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THE BURl.TNGrTON FRISK I'KESS : THURSDAY. OCTOBER 3, 1907.
it the 1st Vermont cavalry. Mrs. Henry Parker, Lorcn Dunlap and Mm. J. K. Minn nnd daughter vent to Boston Tucs lay. WINOOSKI. James P. McGrnth illeil suddenly Sun day morning nt the home of his sls-t-r, Mrs. John Ilurkn on Malletta Bay iveiiuo of heart trotihtu. Mr. McGrnth t ad hern 111 for tho past few weelts, but I us hoon able to bo about the house and V sterdny morning walked down street. S.iorlly after his return home ho was stricken and died within a few minutes. James Patrick Mcfirath was born In Limerick, Ireland, r,r, years ngo, He came to this country when a young Imy ninl since resided here. Ho Is survived by three brothers, Edward McGrnth of this village, John McOrath of Rurllng lon, and Michael Mcfirath of Urldgn port, Conn., and two sleters, Mrs. Mary Haves of Limerick, Ireland, and Mrs. 3 I'm Burke of this village. Mr. Mc Clra'h was j man of a pleasant disposi tion, and wns popular with his nssocl- 'is The funeral was held from ft. S'rphen's Church Tuesday morning at "'ne o'clock with Interment In ft. Jiep.i'n cemetery In Burlington. Mrs. Sophia Alapa died Friday evening n'ter an Illness eovcing a period of about two years. Mrs. Alapa wns M (ears of age. Hie funeral was held ' u HI Frances Xuvlor Church Run in afternoon with Interment In St. t i .nets cemetery. Ai mportant business change took -e Monday when Charles H. Shlp , sen or member of the llrm of Shlp , ei .S- Allen, veteran hit rd warn dealers. o d his Interest In the business to Stan e P, Tut tie of Hurllngton. The llrm i i ae hereafter will bo Tuttle S A'Vn C.eorge H. Allen, Junior member of ' rid firm, remaining In partnership h Mr Tuttle. Mr. Tuttle, the new member of the llrm Is n young man who n i.a lied a wide anil extensive knowl dc of the hardware and paint business h nigl his connection with the Holton I I 'ware company of Burlington with n 'ii 1 e wns as'-oelat-A for seven years, ir ilse with the Harrison Hrothers P.ilnt n r i nnv of New Yolk, with whom he n is ei.pliycd for the past few yenrs a ri leg representative. This stand s of tl'e oldest business places In the 'ige M-.p business being first started I Patrick MeOreevy and Charles H. ni. n 22 years ngo. One year later Mr. 1 Ciiecvy retired and Mr. Shlpman con X i ted the business alone for one year. Ur 'len then joined blni and for 20 years I r m name Iris been Shlpman k Allen. Mr. Sblnmnn has made no plans for the future, but leaves the business life of the 11 ce w th the best wishes of the public In general for his success In any new ven I ire he mnv undertake. Mrs Mary (ijerlbner) .Tubell died shortly before ten o'clock Tuesday i or 'i p .it her home on Maple street lifter an Illnons of about seven weeks' lurntlon Mr Jubell was born In I'urllng'nn In 140 and was therefore 57 yenrs of age. In IS." 7 she was n n'-rlecl In Hurllngton to the Hon. Frnrlc Jubell nnd shortly afterwards a nr to tnls village with her husband, u here she has since made her home. Kir Is survived by her husband, Frank Jubell, two daughters, Mrs. M. M. IVeston of Burlington, nnd Mrs. N. M. "hlpman of this Ullage, and two sons, Frank and Eugene Jubell, and ono rlstcr, Mrs. Sarah Wnlcs, of Iirlstol. Mrs. Jubell was an estimable woman, 5f high character and beautiful disposition md was widely known nnd highly re hj ected In the village. The funeral v U he held from the late home tomorrow nfternoon at 2:30 o'clock with In 'rrment In Green Mt. cemetery. RICHMOND. Miss P.lanche Varney returned Mon il . from Bethel, where she has been ' goes of relatives for several days. I !( Berry left Monday for Middle '.tv wl eie lie attending college. I'm October meeting of the Women's M -sloi.ny society has b tii postponed to l acs lay. October is. when it will be held nt the home of Mrs. O. K. Goodrich. Mr and Mrs. lleman Johns of Hlnes 1 irgh have been visiting at tho home of M J J I ns for several days. The W. C. V will meet with Mrs. E. P, treat at the parsonage Thursday afternoon at '- 30 o'clock. Thomas "err" of Milton Is the guest of his brother, A. C. Berry. The Rev E. P. Treat left Monday for flevelnnil. CiIiIm wlicin l-in will nMm.i the national council of Congregational Ct'UThes -Mrs w c. Fuller, Mrs. C. A Ave'1,1 i nd children . ml Mrs. M. o. 'ioodrich left Tuesday for Loxlng ton, Mass., where thev will be the guests of Mrs. C W. Jacobs.-The Christian Hndeavor society gave a hash sup per at tlie Congregational Church Tues 3av evening from C to S o'clock. Mr. md Mrs. F. H. Rhopardsnn and Mrs. fSeorge Palmer attended the State R inday Fcliool nt Manchester and the Miss Ed-th Hohlnson and Bessie Hroek intended fie Stale Christian Endeav ar convention at Swanton. 'Elizabeth and Her Herman Garden" iv 'i le one of the features at the sale nt t ii I nlversallst vestry October 10. - T'i W C T. U. will meet with Mrs. Tre ut the parsonage this afternoon .it 2 30 o'clock. Owing to the absence "f t e pastor, the Rev. n. P. Trent, IT f I,. E. I'rlor will have charge of tor morning services at the Congrega tional Church Sunday and tho Hov. Francis Kimball will conduct the rwiilng services Mrs, Arthur Bost wlck nnd son, Clyile' who have been tho guests o' Mrs, Charles Ilostwlck, relumed to their home In norehester Tuesday morning. Miss Mnytle (llea pon was the guest of her sl.iter, Mrs. M O Lcary, In Burlington yesterday. Tho Loulso M. Smiley Clrclo of King's Daughters met In the vestry of the Fnlversnllst Church yesterday nfternoon W. S. Wnlker, J, W. Mc Cnrghnn M. I). Denilck, Alexander T rrlen, Mr nnd Mrs. Morgan were iotig taose who went on the excur- hlon to Boston Tuesday. The It. H. S. will hobl their annual nutumn fair nt P.elleviie hall Thursday evonlng, Oc tober in 'or the benefit, of tho senior riass "OS Candy, Iro cream, fancy nrtleles, etc., for sale. Program from i' lit to n:30, dancing from ton to 'welve The Misses Towers nnd Stone ivlll furnlsi music. WEST BOLTON. Mr and Mrs. II. F. Davis snent Sun- :l'y In KsseX Jimeilcn with relatives. M Lai illnde Is visiting friends In L-iw-rence, Mass, Bolton can boast of ns rood a piece of permanent road on the north side of the river aa thorn Is In this "ounty, I here Is a c.-irh of scarlet fever .n the family of I.oren Hill, Miss Ada lirock went this week to Manchester ns i ueiegme 10 inn titnio suniiay school convention, BOLTON. very curious accident occurred en tho south side of the river Thiusday veiling While Herbert Ward of More. own and l arl halilns or this place wero lrlvlng from tho lattor's homo to Jonos- n.l tel.!.. I.i'lni, I.. hii ,1... 1 . - l- .' . h M , vas overturned nnd the hnrso lolled over i le Isn Into th river and wua drowned. Fortunately no ono wi Injured. Mr. Wnrd bad recently been offered $200 for the horse nnd refused to sell.- A son wns born to Mr, and Mrs. Fred Otiyett Sep tember 2T. 13d ward Hlldrcth of Burling ton wns In town Thursday surveying tim ber lots belonging to the Clark estate. MILTON. The social committee of the Congrepa tlonnl Church nrn to give n. harvest sup per at tho vestry this evening. J. K. Clark went Tuesday to Boston for a few days' stay. Col, and Mrs, II. O. Clark have returned to their home In Knst Orange, N. J, I'dward Allen of New York city Is visiting friends In town. The llev, F, .15. Horrlck went to Cleveland, Ohio, Monday, WEST MILTON. F K. Blnke returned Friday from a lilp to Boston. A good many fish nr be ing caught Just out from the mouth of tho river. One man who went Friday caught II. one of which weighed four pound Mrs. ". L. Sanderson took a trip to the island Friday. John (I ranker and Loon Morgan go this week to enter the Vermont Business Col lege In Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Coslcllo of Milton Boro spent Saturday and Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Sarah Costello of this place. Potatoes are not an nvir.ige crop nnd are rutting haifly, JERICHO OENTEB. There Is to be n meeting held nt this village tn-dny, under tho auspices of lion. Jlntnn S. Stone, State superin tendent of education, for the further ance of the eiliicntlonal nnd other In terests t,f tin- tnivn nnd State. Theie wHI be a nicotine of all the teachers of the town In the afternoon, nnd In the evening Ihere will be a general meeting for nil, nt which JMItor Frank L. Greene of the St. Albans Messenger and F. B. Fllnn of Spi Inglleld, two of the mot popular speakers In the State, will bo present nnd speak on the topic "New Vermont." It s expected that the p.cv. Fdis'ln P.nse of West more, n former pas tor ,.f this church, will occupy the pul pit, both morning nnd evening, next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. V.ose are expect ed In town thl week to make n short visit nt nenenn L. M. Homo', and other friends. It. W. Jordan Is making plans to start for a 1ft dnvs trip to New York, Phil wlelphin, Washington and the Jamestown exposition Saturday . ,xt. The pnsonage is l Int ,ei: In readiness for the coming of t'' new pastor, the Hov. S. II. Barnum, who is expected with his family soon. The annua! har vest festival miction and supper will be held Frldnv, October Is. under the aus pices of the Ladles' Aid society, HUNTINCTON. Julius Drlnkwntrr has icnted the farm of It. R. Wh'te for the coming year Miss Haze Bates gave a parv to her friends FrICnv evening Fred Selvas, Jr., nnd wife will move to the farm of John Fargo soon. A horse belonging to O. S. Kenyou was )adly cut on a wire fence Friday. Archie Tomllnson Is attoiid'ng school In Montpeller.--Mrs. Mary P.lng entertains the King's Daughters, Oct. o. Mrs. N. A. Johns is entertaining her mother, Mrs. Cedrtnan from New York. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Chapman are entertain ing their sKter, Mrs. Chapman. The Free Baptist association will hold their meeting here from the 1th to I'ftth. Mrs. Hanson Pierce Is visiting Mrs. Kate rtoss. W. P. Conger and friends of Bur lington were In town Sunday. John Fills returned from Boston Sunday with his new auto. Kate Thompson led the C. K. meeting Sunday evening. WILLISTON. The Woodm.'ti's dam'o which was to be held th2 11th, has been postponed un til the 15th. Mrs. Delle H.Idreth of Jones- villo was the guest of lu r sister, Mrs, George Goodrich, Inst week. Tracy Hark Is improving nnd there, has been no new case of dlpht h'rla. It is re porl'-d that Mr. ASMtncy I' going to resign his position In the creamery. ESSEX CENTER. Evangelistic meetings un.i. r the leader ship of tho Hey. N. T. Hafer, State even gellst, will be held In the B.iptist Church beginning Oct. 10. at 7 p. !., and con tinuing about 10 days. Meetings will ba held every evening and Sundavs union meetings will be held at lf:4.' a. in. The Ladles' Aid fair which wns to be held the 13th and K,th has been postponed one week nnd will be held the 2Id and 23d. William Wood, vho has been visit ing his brother, Ralph, at Bristol, Conn., returned Monday evening. Mr. Pierce, who has been visiting his grand-daughter, Mrs. C. J. Hanley, ieturne.1 to Finlerhlll Tuesday. Mrs. Julia Bellows of Char lotte visited friends In town Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. J. Williams, who li.ive been visiting in Lebanon, N II., returned Saturday. HINESBURGR. There wns a hnrve-t supp. r nt the Methodist Church Wed-e.Mi iy eve ning. Mis. Kate Ishiuii putrid Sun day n Bu'llngton, Miss Maiy Wright was at home over Sunday Mr. and Mrs, F. D. Severance of Burlington were nt their farm Sunday.-Mrs. Lord of Shrewsbury Is tho guest of the Uev. Mr. Greenleoi and family. Dr. II. F. Hunt has returned from New York nnd Brooklyn. The Itev. .Mr. McCnbo returned Saturday from Pat terson, N, .1., nnd occupied the pulpit at the Methodist C" tirch Sunday. Mrs, F B. Dow leas inllv entertained a company of ladles nt her home Fil day evening. EAST CHARLOTTE. Mr. and Mrs. I'M win B. Kimball ie turned to town Oct. 2, from their wedding Journey and went Sunday to their homo In West ford. Mr. and Mis. 11. C. Bass nre passing the week in Col chester. Miss Jessie Carpentler Is visit ing In !sex Mrs. Caroline Powell of South Burlington Is tin. guest of rela tives here, Mr. ami Mrs. Finnic Mn Kenzle of Albany, N. Y., nre visiting Mrs. McKenzle's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Carpentler. Miss Belle LaFnun tain of Burlington Is passing some time with her aunt, Mrs. William Palmer. Miss Anno Stacy, who was called to Bos ton by the serious Illness of her slter, has returned nnd resumed her school. Clayton Fonda returned home Frldiy from a visit of several weeks 1 tii her sister, Mrs. Guy Baldwin, In Dauby. -William Carpentler went Tuesday to Fast Attleboro, Mass., to visit his three chil dren, who teslde there. He will be ac companied bv his son, William, who will lemnln theie for tho winter.-Miss Kath erlne Hewitt Is III. Mrs. A, N. Klllson celebrated the 70th anniversary of her birthday on Friday last and w.is pleasantly reminded that others had not forgotten tho occasion when some of her Intlnrain friends (juici ly dropped In to wish her many happy re turns of the day. Tho afternoon was pleasantly passed together, supper being served at live o'clock. Mrs. Klllson was tho recipient of somo substantial memen tos of tho occasion, Clayton Fonda camo from Danhy Friday, where he has been tho past month with his sister and hus band, Mr. nnd Mrs, Guy luidwln. Mr. and Mrs. Kdwln B. KlnVball returned from their wedding trl). i,it Wcdnesdi.v nnd -wont to their homo In Weslford the first of this week. George Seguln, the nurse, Is nt home from Shelhurne, where he lias been since last May caring for Mr. Klllutt. Mrs. K. A. Norton Is III with tonsilltls. William Carpenter went on Monday to Attleboro, Mass., to work In a Jewelry factory. Harry Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith, went to Clare mont, N. It., on Saturday, where he will enter n machine shop as nn apprentice. The Baptist Church has. during the past week, received n gift of $1S0 with which to buy a new furnnee to bent the nlidlenee room. F. S. Ilnr.ard returned to his home In North Hyde' Park Tuesday. Miss Frances C'lntlt represented tho local Y, W. C. T. I, nt the Stale convention In Brandon last week, JERICHO Mrs. Amos Hartwell of Montpoller has been visiting her brother, George Foster, Miss Mnrle Mclaughlin of the Vermont Construction Co., of Burlington, and Frank Krewet of St. Mlchnel's College were nt the Coslcllo home over Sunday. Miss Grace Lench and Arthur Packard were In Fletcher over Sunday guests of Miss Leach's parents. Theodore Wil liams and Oeorgo Howe wre home from the University of Vermont over Sunday. Miss Luirn Carroll mid Mrs. Fdward Maeliln of Westrord were nt the home of their parentn, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Car roll, over Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Henry Desanv and daughter, Barbara. were vltll friends In Burlington over Sunday. J. A. Sullivan of La Colic Junction, P. 0.. was nt Thomas Addon's over Sun day. A. D. Cochrane and daughter, Hdltll, have returned from Jonesvllle. Mrs. Mary Lowry of Pennsylvania, who bus been visiting her mother. Mrs. Julia Monlton, has returned. Miss Allda Pontile Is at C, II. Nash's. Frank Nichols of Knst Fletcher h is been visit ing bis daughter. Mr. H. F. Montague. Arthur Brown has been visiting In Mont peller for a few ilnys. Miss Knlherlne Bnyce bus returned to Burlington after a two weeks' vacation with Miss Kllon Ccstelln. Carl K. Nay of Burlington was nt B. G. Brown's over Sunday. - The Uev. II. 1". Merrill, a representative of the Sabbath Protective association, spoke nt the Baptist 'hutch Sunday lu the morn ing and e' the Congregational Church nt rndorhlll In ti.e evening. Mrs. Fdna Perclvnl bns sold her wood lot to Sherman Pnllnrd Mr. nnd Mis. Fiodcejck Poroival nre In Man chester ntteiiillng tho Stnte Sundn -school convention, Befoie their re turn they will visit their on, Ifeber, In Rutland. Mrs. Charles K. Ijirkln of Glens Falls, N v., visiting her crnndmnl her, Mrs. William Folsom. Miss Lllllnn Hutchinson Is the trues! of relative's In town. Mrs. n. II. Mann has returned from n ten dnvs' visit lu Ks-sex, N. Y. The Rev. .and Mrs. Fred erick F.ineison, who have been enjoy ing a months' vacation In Boston nnd vlelnlM, are evpeeted linnie this week, and Mr Firerson will occupy the Bap tist Church pulpit Sunday mornlmr. Mis. L. B. Abbott of Boston Is visiting .at the home of her brother, William Whllcomb. The seven cent en. lal iv ( ti bv the Ladles' Aid society Monday evening wis a social and financial suc ces. About J.ln was realized. Mr and Mrs Carl Goodwin of Mnntpeller luivo been visiting his rr-other. Mrs. Nelllo Goodwin. Homer Kinney has gone to Frse to slate the house being built by F. S. Tomllnson. The fnrmers havo about finished filling their silos. Uos well Humphrey has moved Into tho Blxby house on Lee river. James Bo saw will soon move to the farm va cated by Mr. Humphrey. MILTON BOEO. Malvina Liinian lias sold her farm, stock and personal property for Jl.Sou to Julius Sweeney. Fa Hrry returned home from Buillngton Thurdiy. Dr. Ar nold did not think It advls.il.,. to hav an operation. HUNTINGTON CENTER. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilder and Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Jericho viMiod at William I,o-i-vltt's Saturday nnd Sunday. Mrs. Allen Pierce and son of Waterbury visited at G. W. Biewster's Sunday. Mrs. Cora Bar ker of lllneshurgh visited friends In town the last of the week. Fred Wells has returned home from his work In Massarhusf tts. ST. GEORGE. C. S. Allen bad a relapse last weer-. C. Kllinger of Wllllamspnrt, P.i.. Is visiting his siMer, Mil. l. 11, Tilley. Hubert North broke an ankle while plowing. Messrs K. II Converse of Charlotte and G. V. Patrick of Illneslniigh were in town Sunday Mr, and Mrs. L. W. Williamson of Bristol nnd Mr. and Mrs, W. C. Wescott of Ksscx visited at M. W. Hinsdale's last w"k. Mrs. Pheba Hins dale bus returned from a visit with her daughter In Wlnook.. 1 1. H. Tilley has Just lectin d a pension for Mrs. Joel V. Carpenter of Starkslioro. MUs Carrie Small is spending this week with Mr. Laura Hinsdale- Mr. and Mrs. Murray lshnm of Callfornin weie guests of reln ti "s In tins town one day last week.--M. K. Tille..- spent Sunday at home. FRANKLIN COUNTY, BT. ALBANS. Henry Beor, who was charged with the larceny of a horse and carrlnco belong, ing to Amos Skerl.s of Skeels Corners, In a preliminary hearing held at the office of D. G. I'l.rman of Swniiljn Thursday afternoon was bound over to the ncit teim of Franklin county court In the sum of W.noo. He asked that an Informa tion ho filed against hlni and he pleaded utility nnd was sentenced by City Judge N. N. Post in city court to the State Industrial school nt Vergennes for the remainder of his minority, In case the young miscreant does not he havo hlmelt In the Industrial school hu IU bo sent to tho Stnte's prison for thren to four years. Miss Florence M. Knuckey, a daughter of Mrs. James Knuckey, formerly of this city, but now of Kansas City, Mo., and Menltt C. Pieston of San Antonio, Tex., will be married at Knnsas Cliy Wednes day, October Id. After their inurrlige they will go to San Antonio to ie.lde, where Mr, Preston Is pilvate seerutury for General .Mehl of that city. Twins, a boy and girl, were born to .Mr. nnd Mrs, llenld Wednesday, October 2. Miss Julia Curtis Reynolds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hardy L Reynolds, and George Austen of New York city, were married at Woodsvlllo, N. II., Friday morning by Um Rev. C. H. Fnrnsworth, pastor of tho Methodist Church In that place, Tho ceremony wan wltnesj-ed by Miss Reyneilds's mother and Judge I,eo s, THIotson of this city. Mr. nnd Mr. Aus ten will sail soon for an extended trip abroad. It will bo recalled thai Julia C. Reynolds was legally adopted In October! HXKj, by Geongo Austen and they soon left for a Kuiopenii trip of several months' dumtlon, In the early spring following Mrs. Austen, wife of Geoi-Ro Austen, who did not nrcomniny her husband and his adopted daughter abroad, applied for a dlvnrco which sho obtained In New Vork. Sho also attempted to havt the adoption f the young woman annulled ii.s sue said II wns eibtnlned Without her consent. She did not succeed In this, however, but Miss Reynolds herself resumed her former name before leaving for Woodsvlllo this week. Benti B. Terklns on Saturday nfternoon for Hip fourth conf-eeiillvo time, won tho championship nnd tho' Vermont State In dividual trophy cup, for clay target shoot ing, When he defeated Asbby H. Head by the close scire of S4 to M. Mr. Perkins Improved In form ns the contest pro gressed, miking the remarkable score of 24 out of 26 in the Ixst round. Mr. Per kins won tho trophy first from K. F. Greenwood of Knosburgh Fulls nnd has defended it slnrn ngalnst A. S. Head of this city, Dr. C. H. Burr of Montpoller nnd again against Mr. Head. The sad news wns tecidved here Satur day of the death of C. Fay Mason, which occurred nt Aberdeen, S. D., on Friday of pneuinonlM. Mr. Mason was born In this city 32 years ago nnd was the son of Mrs. Marshall Mason, Besides his tnother ho Is survived by four brothers nnd sisters, dipt. A. M. Mason, U, S. A., Fort Barrancas, Florida, Kd ward Mnson of this city, Miss Helen Mnson of Hartford, Conn., nnd Mrs. Lillian Mason. The remains will prob- Tho death of Mrs .Robert Atexnnder, which occurred nt llenryvllle, CJue., on September 27, hai been heard of with sor row by mnny frle-ndu here, whom Shu formerly Hied. Homer BrooVi, who bought th,. so-called Bedard fa im from the Hon. II. Kl mer Wheeler nbout a year ugo, has sold tho place nt a handsome proilt to O. Lnnoux of Hlghgate. Possession will b given at once. The full term or Franklin county court was re imed here Monday nf ternoon. with Judge Wllllnm ij. Tay lor presiding The case of George 1! Dee vs. Cnsslus Austin of Georgia, an notion of replevin, which wns to have been tile . wns lililioiineed ns settled .inddl seontliiued. The board ot directors of the Sheldon Poor House ii'-soclntioti held n special meeting here Tuesday and elected Mr. and Mrs. MitM A. Regm of Illgbgate, as manager .ind matron le.pectlveiy, of the Institution. The pi est at incumbents of the po'itloas are Mi. and Mis. H. 13. Dewing of Sheldon Springs, who will conclude ile.r duties on October 31. The odjour: ed hearing In the matter of the priority ..f certain claims against the ! St. Albans Stieet Itnl'.ray. which was to hnve been board Tuesday before thu lion. How W Hullnml of Hyde Park, as special master, has been postponed to October 29. owing to 1'ie unavoidable ab sence of certa'n p.nt'es In the case. 'I be annual e !lng of the stockholders of the Central Vermont Railway com pany, has be. ii postponed until Tuesday, October 13 nw ' g to the iliubllltv of several stoekl.el !rs to be present. The remain" ( Arthur McNany, who died ill Wor'c-.er, M,is., last Saturday, were Tue.sd.iy Liken to Fairfield, whejo the Internn n; 'ook place. Mr. McNany was a former lrpldent of this city nnd went from here to Worcester a few years ago. Besides a wife and one child, be is survived bv li s mother, three brothers and a sister. Miss Wrn Loomls left last night for Ne YeuU. fr'n whence she will sail S.aturdn for Sail Juan, Porto Rico, where she has a position ns in structor In the government schools. Miss Loomis Is a graduate of the St. A. II. P., '0.3, and of W'lleslev College. '07. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace B. Halbert or the Bay have Is- o il invitations to tho marriage of tl, Ir daughter, Miss Frances Ilolber- to Sllns Ilnzelton of tills city. The wedding will take place from the home of tho bride's parents on Tuesday evening, October 13, nt eight o'clock In Franklin count) court yesterday the Jury In the case ,,f Klsie Blake Mit chell vs. Horton H. Blake received the charge at 11:13 o'eloi k and after three hour deliberation n turned a verdict for the (lefendent to recner his costs. This case closed tho list of elvll cases, until the criminal eases ..n disposed of. The case of State v,- pnnl Gentllllnn, alias Paul Warner, . 'mrced with horso stealln-v was the Ilrt criminal ense on the docket and Geti'.'.llna pleaded guilty nnd Judge Taylor '.is taken the case under consideration .md will pas sen tence later In the w. ! Actus Raymond. the 17-yenr-old Illchpate boy who kbke.l up a great rumpus a few weeks ago by stealing two horses in HlKhgate and wns fin ally captured In tie "Lost Nation," ri' ar Bakerstield. after n long chase, was yesterday arrnlv ic.i charged with the crime. He filen le,! guilty and on account of his yo'.Ui. the court ex ercised clemency and sentenced th" boy to tile State Ii dnstrlal school at Vrrgennes for the remainder of bin minority. The nlternntlve sentence wns passed of -not more than four nor les than three and a half years In Hit House of Cone. Hon at Rutland. If Ftaymond does not behave himself while at the Industrial school. The case of Alice Mills nnd C orge Jack son, char-ring off.in under the blanket net, wll' be the first case up this morning. News tins been received hero of the wedding of Miss Fra-ie, s Ald.-lch Glen of Richmond Hill. N Y , and Verinu W. Houghton, son of Dr. nnd Mrs. Al fred S. Houghton of 'his city and Now York, which took pin e t jjichmnnd Hill. Inst Saturday. The groom Is well known In this city .ml Burlington, having been a resident of both cities. WEST BERKSHIRE. Mis. John Jolley and Mils Mary J. Armstrong returned fn.i.i Brooklyn, N. Y., Friday. -The W. C T. IT. met with Mrs. C. W Pearles on Wednesday. -Henry W. Lang and C. raid Jones visit ed their pa lent. over Sunday.- K. A. Austin went to Boston on the excursion, Tuesday. It I effected that a former pastor, the Itev. W. V Stanley of Cali fornia, will preach lift . on Sunday. --G, D. IYixman expects to go to Boston this week where he lias employment. FLETCHER. Several from here have gone to Bos ton on the excursion,-Ldw-ird Thompson has taken nugeue Blnn. hard's farm and will move there soon Henry Lainello of Cambridge has tak-n the niimtvood fnrm.-Sewel Spstildlng of Fairfax was at borne over .Sunday. Ray Strong and wife of Fairfax were recent visitors at Ira Green's. FRANKLIN. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ruble, Mrs. R, D. Brill and granddaughter, Ur.ives, und Mrs, A. S- 1 1 end rick find v. J. Mullen nnd ion went to Boston on the. excursion Tuesday. The Grange are to give a supper In tho town hall Friday evenlng.-The condition of Mrs. N. W. Mullen remulns about the same. Mrs. O, B. Wells U Attending a Missionary society nt Barre Misses Margaret and Ruth llopkln and Kiln Randall nro nt tending tho State Christian Kmbavor oonventilon at Swanton. -llenr,- W, Pratt iitttindid u G 'iH'etlng at Kss.ex Junction Wednesday. Continued on I'll I'nite,) IN HUB MARKETS Quotations on thu Lending M"od ucts In Demand lloHton, Oct. 0. While lititter prlcM have been Jacked up n llltle hlRher, there Is n halt In the market, nftiti.verH do not respond refidlly to the advance, nnd tr.nle Is dull, iliotiplt some dealers nre Bellini; toji juices. The Jobbing jiiit'ivs Hie; Choice northern creamery, .'.liUait'lHc; western creiimery, 3U4fi! aillie; Vermont dairy, UTftSSc. Cheese Is llrmly held at the recent advance, Hit Jobbing luiccs being: Vork stnte, lriQlOlivi Vermont, There is n firm market for ei,'ss, though quotations tire not yet ad vanced. Choice hennery and nearby, n;'.(T,'i."e; cistern cxtraa, fiOfjo-c; west ern. 212(ffM(!. Tlie local fruit nnd vegetable mar ket continues fairly active, nnd, al though firmer prices are not materially higher, a llttner feeling Is apparent ail along tiic line. drapes iiml fancy tipples, both cook ling and entlng, have been very ac tive. Grapes have seldom been better than they arc this year, und its they are fairly cheap Hie retail demand has been good. HIileliclTies hnve gone for the yenr und omittilotipi'S will not last much longer. There Is a fairly good demand for cranberries. Tenches and plums go fairly well. Pears arc scarce nnd high. Potatoes tire fairly active and llrm. Sweet polntoes tire coining in freely, but wants are correspondingly large, and itilte a large prnpoitlon of the stiles nre nt thu outside quotations. .String beans nre tinner, and the Im proved variety of llnia beau is not u lie nnd now under $1.."0. Cabbages are plenty, reasonable and in good de mand. Celery moves steadily nt llrm prices. Cucumbers grown out of doors nre almost exhausted and nre being rc placed by the hothouse product Apples Aletunilers. .!'(i-l barrel; Wolf river. y,'nA.70: grnveiistelns. .t.'irfi 4.f0; mackintosh reds, .f.'Wt; maiden blush, ?'J.,-CK(i.'!; fall pippin'.. $2.aQ(Z; Porters, ;?2ff7l!.."0; pound sweets, Sli.r)0a .l.r.O; common sweets, $,2TStt 1.50: Col verts and L'oni't'ngs. $l.."fJ72.2."; weal (hies, ."''(.'!: Harvey. ;s'J..Vii:i.'J."i; crab apple. .:."; I. ."iO barrel. CuiUulotipcs Colorado .-tnndard erts jL'.'J.IT'J.riO. I Cninlieriirs Cape Cod, ?7.."0o7S bar- j rcl. and ?L..afif)'.7,"i craie. ' Grapfs AInicrias. $2.TYa-i barrel: Callfornin. four-basket crates, mus cats. .o',?:?j tnknyx. si.r.ftfaU.'J.": cornl chons. SI.oU'o'J: malnga, ?1.."0(72: York stnte pony baskets, leln wares, l.Kg'Hc: Niagaras, l.'lfffllc: Saloms, I'Jtp'lUc; Concords, liRi: I 'caches I'tnhs, 1.7."V57'J box; York state baskets, Si (ft 1,50: two-basket car riers. $o.50irf'.75. Pear Ilnrtleits. 3. 507iM.no bushel: benrre hose. $-4f!75; seckels, JUGri; lieunv d'an.inu, $:t.50; Sheldons, $.50 fef -1. Plums Idaho varieties, .?l.rO(f'J.50 4-basket crate; York state damsons, 50c S-lb basket. Potatoes Aroostook Green moun tains and cobblers, Wu'Oc liushel; sweet potatoes. Norfolk and Kastern shore. $'J.:J.VA'.!.."0 barrel. Benns String lit-an. green, $K(51.50 bushel; wat, 75c(&$l: shell beans, ?ltft 1.50: llmti lieans, common, 5CJ75c; improvtd, SI. 50. Cabbages Drumhead. .? lffi'1.2.1 bar rel; savoy. 75c(fi?l barrel: red, 75fiJi$l box. Celery White, 75cfef?l box; paschal, .P1.2.Vf;i.5i): Boston market. ?l.'i"(R1.50. Cucumbers Native, Sltlj.'! box; pickling cucumbers, $ i.25&ri. Lettuce, etc Lettuce, 50'7r75c box; romaine, 50c dozen heads; ecarole. 75c (H$; chicory, 50e7i75c; watercress, -10c elor.en bunches: mini, li.ViHOo; parsley, '.TV-lOc bushel. Onions Native, 75c(7J?l liushel; Spanish, largo crates. .$2.50; half crate. S1.2.Y(71.50; leeks. -10c dozen bunches. Squashes Native summer, .Tfrtc apiece; marrow. S1.2.Vf 1.50 barrel; tur ban and liny state. S!.50',?1.75: pump kins. 50crnSl Irox. Tomatoes Native red, 50c(iJ$1.50 bushel: green, -lOeejiJOe. Turnips Yellow, $1,50 barrel; white, 75cf(3.'?l bushel .Mlscellalif mi Beets, 75cf7$l bllsli el; carrots, 75'a00(' bushel; brusscls sprouts, liiffil.se qt; green corn. 75C'f?l bushel; ogsplant. .?1.25f(il.50 box; parsnip. $faW2! buhel: peppers. Jjtlitt 1.50 box; radishes, 2(Vft;:0c bos: spin ach, 25$T50c busliel; okra, crate; mushrooms, S1.5fCe2.50 basket: cauli flowers. ? 10x1.50 dozen. Skinned hams were reduced Mc but other pork provisions nre steady and un changed. The market for fresh beef Is still slow, but extra choice steers are scarce and tlie outside price hns been moved up a peg. The quotations are: Mxtrn f-ldcs, 10 1--I10:Mc: good, n'.iQlOc; light, OTtOs-c; heavy hinds, i:l!tuC; good, 1212'ac; light. Ilf512c; heavy fores, 7',i(fi;c: good, 7ff(7He: light, 0 1-2 (ei'7c. There is u very steady market for lambs and yearlings, vcnls holding Hrm nt: Spring Inmbs, ll12c; fall lambs, D'fUt': yearlings, Sftiiic; muttons, Sffl c; veals, HVXal.'ic. The poultry market Is somewhat tinner, owing to lighter receipts. West ern turkeys, l.Valflc; native broiler chickens, l?W20e: native masting chickens, 20t7j2:te: western broilers. 15 ((17c; fresh killed northern fowls, H19 17c; western Iced fowls, 15c; native ducks, Hfcfl.'.c. Hay Is dull and easy; straw Is quiet but steady; mlllfeed Is quiet and easy. Hay. choice, $22211; No. 1, $21; lower grades, .1lWi.l!; rye straw, $21.50 2.'l.50; oat straw, $10. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. fti(lnlon In Xm York, IWatim mmi Chlencn Mnrketa. New York, Oct, 9. WHICAT-Bei ol;ts I'.'l.WO; exjiortH M, 710; sales X.W.Oon futures; 5S.0O0 spot. Kpot llrm. New hlKh records were made In wheat to-dny followliiK Kngllsh cables and foreign buyliiR. After advancing !V4c. however the market ronctcd on the Rovcrnmeul report nnd closed steady H t to net IiIk' ir. Dec. closed Jl.lt'S, Muy -losed It.lii'ii. COBN Heeelpts ll.SSi; sales IB.OOO, spot flrtn; option market muk fairly active nnd Btroner on frost nnwn nnd tho crop report closln H to lc net higher, Dec. closed TS'Jci May closed CS4c OAT8 rtocelpts 7S,(W0; exports 2,500; t firm. COKFEIV-The market for coffee fu tures opened steady nt unchanged prices to an ndvuiiced 5 points In sympathy with higher French cables nnd llnhter Brazilian receipts. Trading was very e.ulet dtirlnis the day but the rnarket held steady nrnund the opening figures nnd closed steady net unchanged to five points lower. Sales r the dny were rr. ported of U,0V) ba?s Including: Oct. $:.!; Nnv. Js.oo; Bee. 10.10: Jn. JH.10: Peb. W.1B; May V,X, nnd Sept. jr,.4.Vaf,.M. Spot roffee tiitel, No. 7 Itlo f.rj; No. ( Santos Sc; mild coffee quiet; Cordova 8'f UK". St'OATt Unw steady; fair r'flnlng 8 41; cntrKilgl 86 test 3.95; molasses sugar "10; refined stendy. HOBTON prtODUCB MAHKRT. Hoston, Oct. S. rLOCn Flour Is firmer and higher! Spring patents, mill shipments, $."l.S0fl!.20: winter patents, J4.S5-S r,.2"; winter stralerhts, J4.7r.fi5: winter clears, SI 4.T5; Kansns pnlents, J.",.20(rG.7r,; spring clenra, ll.MfH.ss. COHNMHAICornmenl Is cany to day: eyitineeil Is firm lo-day: Hag common!, $1 .BOfTl .f2 : granulated, M.3IV54.SS: iKilfed, J4.2(Vn4.4f): rolled oat meal, ST.IetfT.r.; cut and ground. JT.sO'if S.IO: ryo flour, $4.00175. 40; jcrnhnm, ?.Mrtf 4.C0. COHN Ptendy: Spot steamer yellow, TfUTi'Tc: No. 2 yellow, TFe; No. 3 yellow, 76c; for shipment, nil rail, Nn. 2 yellow, 74W744r: No. 3 yellow, TIPiflTte; lake and rail, Nn. 2 yellow, 73tW74e; No. .1 yellow, 7337.TUC. OATS-Oats nre. firm: No. 2 cllpp'd white. (11c, N'o. 3 clipped white, COH-aClc: rejected wbl'e, :,!r,9Ucs for "hlpment. 32 to 31 lb. r.:if-,ai,ie: si" to 31 lbs. fiOlVfleic: 3C, to 3S lbs, liv?ifi2c; fnncy, 34 to 30 lbs, r.3"n(llc. HAY Hay Is dull and easy; straw 1" CUlrt but stendy; mlllfeed l steady: Lay, rhelrr J'523; No. 1, 121: low er grnfl. JlOfi'lfi; ry straw. $12.f,iffl3 TA, oat traw. JIO; lake nnd rail .hlpmnt, sack sprlm; hran, $27. f.nfr 2t ; T'lnter liran. middlings V.Wtm: mixed fe-d t2a.nfy3.il; red doir. J31.,"9fT32: eottonseed meal. $3f?;,-. :,n: nsed mesl, $-n.50f 32. HAMS- Skinned hams were marked down ijUo yesterday, but other pork provisions nre unchanged, skinned hams ar' quoted at 13'if 13V.C BHKr-Fiesh beet Is nuift: Ex tra sides. lOHfllOSJe; good. aHfilOc: light, Dflf'ic; heave hinds, WpWir; good, 12tj l!'ic; light. llUfil2e; havv tores, v.m Sc: cond. -n;ir; light, LA MUS AND TrCArtIlNOS Steady: veals are firm: Spring Inmbs, Hfl2ej fall lambs, O'Tfllc; yearlings, Sffflc; mut tons, R'rifie- veals, lli13c. rOCLTny-Poultry I- steady; Western turkeis, l'fiK,c; native hrollr chickens, lfiCOe: native roastlns chickens, 2fVfi'23c; western broilers, lStflTc: fresh killed northern fowls. lOfflTe; n-estern Iced frw, l,",e: native ducks, 14tflBc. EOOS-Ksrs nre very firm, with west ern stock quoted hlshr: Cbolce hennery and nearbv. s.l'ffSSc: eatrn extras, 20?j 32c; we-trrn. 22,Vft'-4,4e. HKANS IJeans are the market being v quotntlons; Cnrlond (Hum, JJ.23: yellow . rciln advanced, "'u nt the new en. V); me-'2:r,- red kld- nevs, f: IS; California small white. 2..Wr 2.",; Lima beans, fiv,u lb; Jobbing lots, lOJrir.e above car lots. ATI'LES Steady : Gravenstelns, J37J4.S) bid; Maine Hnrvles, $2.7.1fi3.K. Alexan ders, J3ff4; Wolf Illvers. J3 :01i4.fyi; Col verts and Jeannettlnns, Sl.n0O2.2r,; Twenty Ounee, S2.ri01i3; I'lpplns. $2T3. Torters, $2 2.7M round Sweets. S2.rij4l3.iVi, ordinar- sweets, S1.2S'1.B0; common varieties, S1.G0 fi2: box apples, SH72. Sl'f! AUS lfetlned sugars nre llrm. with a g.ii demand, granulated and line belnt fpioted as n iais at S.10 POTATOES-Whlte potatoes are steady but sweets are lower; Jersey white. 7o?f fOc: Mnln Oreen mountains, ,Vff55e; Mnlne e-ohblers. er.'!T70c; sweets, S2tfi2.r.7'i bbl. CHICAGO PHODCCE MARKET. Chicago, Oct. 9. WHEAT Dec. $104; May $1.10. CORN Dec. COH-fiSe: May GlHc OATS Dec. MVo; May MHTjc. I'ORK Oct. S14.3T.: Jtin. SIS 60. IJUID-Ort. $0.12'3: Jan. SS.OIU. lUltS-Oct. $7f0. Jan . W. Csh quotations were as follows: WHEAT-Sprine No 2 $1 lOfll 13: No. 3, Sl.iW51.iri; No. 2 red, JLOmWlii. CORN-No. 2. ntiifcc: No. 2 yellow, OATS No. 2, No. 2 white; No. 3 white. ,W.!.'fi5.-i.;c. TITK-No. 2. S7'oSrc. Ji Alt LEY flood feeding. 75W3c: fair to choice malting, !7fi$t.04. FLA.VSEEU No. 1; No. 1 northwes- ern. Sl.3r.14. TIMOTHY Prime seed, $4.30. CLOVER-Contract grades, $17.00. SHORT RIRS-Sldes (loose) $7.D5'qS.m. MESS I'ORK (per bbl.) St4.35'ft4.40. LA ItO (per 100 lbs.) $n.32'i. SIDES-Short clear (boxed) SS.23ffS.."0. WHlSKEY-(nas!s of high wines) 51.34 Hl'TTICR On the produce exchange to day the butter market was stesdy: cri sni'rlcs, 24flC5'ic; dairies, 22I7c. EGOS Steady; at mark cases Included loUlrlSKjc; firsts 21c; prime firsts. 23c: extra: cheese, firm l2H(ff14ie. LIVE STOCK MARKETS. (Imitation for Cattle, Sheep nnd Hosts t it 1'ork, New York, Oct. 0. REEVES Receipts 2,330. Market steady. Steers SUfe.50; hulls $2.5WJ3.r.0: cows SI. 35 fi4.25: few extra fat do $4.40. Exports to day 3,300 quarteVs of beef, to-morrow 4, 2M quarters of beef. CALVES Receipts 1.S23. market steady Veals JS'S 0.75 ; few fancy $10; culls $4774.30; grntscrs $2.734.23; fed and mixed f3.5ont.30; no westerns. SHEEP AND LAMnS-Recelpts 13,034: market steady. Sheep $3.Wff5.r; culls IS.23153.00; lambs $(JJf7.70; culls $4i?3.efl; no Cnnnda Inmbs, HOGS Receipts S.71C; market firm to So higher lit $7.1(VtT7.:0. LIVE STOCK SELLS WELL. ThU Wrek'ii Trice nt rtrlirliton Wece A IllKh An l,ns( Week. Iloston, Oct. S Prices n the p.rlrhton livestock mnrket yesterday were up to the standards of last week, The trading njiened slowly, however, owing to the fact that tho Mnlne train did not nr rlve till 11:30. It was bite In Ihe after noon before nil the stock wss sold. The beef trade was slightly Improved upon Inst Tuesday. The best grade steers Irought from 5 to C cents n pound, with 'lily 20 In the market. Tho rim of beef cows, on the other lmnd, was heavy. Ovor 400 changed hands at prices vary ing from 1.S5 cents n pound and upward for bolognns, 2 to 3 rents for canners nnd to ii cents for the best quality animals. One lot of 140 boloernas sold for 1,70 cents n pound. Lambs wern slightly lower In price. Seventy-live of good quality brought 7 cents a pound, but the remainder of the CSO brought 414 to C cents, Three to four cents n pound wns paid for sheep, Ives were firm at 7 rnd 7 cents, with 430 nnlmals In the nvirket. One Yorker brought '.2 cen's. Owing to the good demand last week, the receipts of hogs were heavy, but prices were firm nt C.fV) to CM rents a pound. Over 200 changed hands at theso figures. HUTTER MARKET. Roston, Oct 0. nt'TTER-Stendy. Northern 321,i'ft33V4e western 31V4f32V4c; -bilrv 27fi2sr. CHEESE Steady. Vermont twins llff lPie BURLINGTON MARKETS. Wholesale and Itefnll Prices rnrnlsb-d hy Local Denier. WHOLESALE PR ICRS. t'olntoes .35.00 Egps Xl 30 Rlltter 13 fleef, dresed js, ifti Chickens ,p;-a is Fowls J3'd 10 Hor-s ffl Lambs 12 Sheep ,) Veal ,00 RETAIL GROCERIES. Ream, lima, qt ,cs Heets, new, lb f)2V Butter, ( leamery, prints 37 titter, separator, crea.nery .. .37 Tmxos Cabbage, new ,03 Carrots, new 05 Cauliflower 10 telerv, home irown C3't 0s Celery, bunch Roston 033 0 Cheeje 1S4J.20 Chicory ,2f .lives 2fl Curumhr.s. pk.. email for plcl.llng $1 OWSl 23 Cucumbers, each .02' Egss. strictly fresh 3- Egg plant, ach 23 r.sc.rolle .20 Flour, bread, bbl $.1.30 Flour, pastry bbl $5 00 Oreer Mint .18 Green Corn, doz 3 Green Peppers, doi 23 Lettuce. Roston ball, head.. '.3 i 12 Lettuce, home-crown, head.. fift Pfl Maple Sugar, lb 15H1T.18 Maple Syrup, gal $l.lofil '5 Onions. Spnnlsh '3 Onions, T'hlte, for pickling, qt 10 Onions, native, lb "f, Parsley, bunch f3t7 10 Potatoes bu 70g "3 Potatoes, pk 20 Pumpkins 10a 23 Potatoes, swee-'. lb 0 ITS 03 Parsnips, hunch 10 Spinach, pk k Squnsh, lb .03 Tomatoes, home crown e Turnips, new, lb 03 Wax beans .a RETAIL MEATS. Beef, roost, In 15 25 Fowls, lb 20 Hum?, lb .1! Hams, sliced, lb ,25 Hams, prsed, lb .13 Limb, forequnrter, lb 12'jlf 13 Ijimb. hlndquarter, lb .25 T af Lard, lb 14 Pork Chops, lb ,n Pork Roast, lb H Porterhouse Steak, lb 2BSI.J0 Round Steak, lb 15 Roasting Chicken- .50 Salt Pork, lb 12V4 Sirloin Steak. 11 20 RETAIL FEEDS. Beans, bu 2.0ifj2 75 Ians. bu 2.0fiJ2.3 Rran, old cwt 1.30 Hay, baled, cwt 1.0) Tiny, loose, ton 14 OVSlfl.rn Meal, corn cwt 1 00 Middlings, cwt ' ft) Oats, hu fi-.ff TO Provender, No. 1 cwt 1 " Provender, No. 2 cwt l.fi." RETAIL FRUIT. Apples, pk 23'3'.40 Bananas, doz I(x3.2.ri CnnWoUpe 10JJ 23 Crab Apples, pk 25.30 Figs, lb IBS', 20 Grapes, Concord, bsk 15 Delawares, bskt 20 Niagaras .20 Tokays, lb 15 Grapes, malaga, lb .18 Grape frijt, each 15'jf.23 Lmons. doz .rjfi.SO Oranges, doz 40S.7S Peaches, doz .3if.40 Pears, doz., fancy li'S 30 Pears, pk., preserving 403.t0 Watermelons 203T.X Th wholesale and retail prices In th dally market list are furnished th Frea Press by the following dealers: Paul D. Kelley, p H. Corley & Son, Dolan Bros., Ralne ,t Burt, Vermont Fruit Co., Jones !i Isham., Queen City Market nnd F. Howes & Co SPECIAL TERM, BRATTLEBORO Supreme Curt Will Hear Cnse ugalnst llr. Ryder There Teal Hon Cnse Arjrued Yeerdnj-. Montpeller, Oct. Arguments wero completed In supreme court this morn Iiik In the Washington county court case of W. W. Cato vs. Flfo Child in which the conversion of a quantity of lumber Is at Issue. II. C. Shurtleff ap peared for the plaintiff nnd R, M. Har vey for the defendant. The Washington county replevin case of FrancU Bat chrlder X- Co. vs. Hlrnm B. Wedge was submitted on briefs. This afternoon the Washington county case of John W. Gordon et al, vs. T. J. Denvltt. which Involves tho ownership and homestead rights in the birthplace: of Admiral George newcy In this cltv. was argued by John W. Gordon and R. M, Hnrvey for the plaintiff and E. II Deavltt for the defendant. The Windham county case of State v Dr. James M. Ryder of Bellows Falls, T'ho Is now confiniM In Jn.ll nt Newfance because of his Inability to furnish ball of $7,oo), he having been convicted of malpractice on Miss Ivn Martin of Prootorsvllle, who died In his office Octo ber 30, IWi, will be heard nt the special term at Brattleboro In November as will the Orleans county case of State vs. Boston Mulne railroad for alleged violation of the telephone law. With the exception of one Wush Ingtop county chsb, Stnte vs. Amllcoro P.onattl, to test the constitutionality of the dog law. this completes the hearings for the term on tho regular trial calendar. Two Franklin county cases set to tho heel of the docket will bo argued, They are Crescent G Bolton by next frlond vs. Chester B Ovllt and State vs. Lavltch. The Washington county cae of A. Zonattl vs. Henry Bolles of Marsh' field was argued Tuesday nfternoon This case Involves tho question whether any ono has n legal right to shoot a dog tjhnt Is seen chasing deer In the close senson. The defendant In thla case last summer saw auveral dogs who were worrying a deer In a corner. He shot ono of theso dogs nnd the plaintiff, the owner of the dog, sued Holies for dnmagoe