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IM VOL. VII NO. 221. UARBE, VT., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 190.'). miCE, ONE CENT. BAIJLY T 3E THEIR SKULLS WERE CRUSHED Aged Couple Found Dead In Their Shed. BUFFALO TRAGEDY SOLVED Charles Bonier, Suspected of Killing Mr. and Mrs. Van? Frehr Ar rested in Erie. Buffalo, X. Y., Deo. 3. The mystery of the disappearance of Vanz Frehr and wife from their home on Jefferson street, wag cleared this morning when the police found their mu dered bodies buried be neath a shed In the yard of the house. The skulls of both were crushed. A ham mer with hairs clinging to It was found tn the shed. A search lor Charles Bonier, who moved Into Frehr'g bouse on the day of his disappearance began Immediately. Louise Lindholm, Bonler's housekeeper, was arrested. SUSPECT ARRESTED. Charles Holder Was A r ranted in Erie Today. Erie, Dec. 8. Charles Bonier, suspected of the murder of the aged Frehr couple iu Buffalo was arrested here this morning, lie was lucked up to await the arrival of Buffalo oflieers. TO PREVENT COMPLICATIONS. Knincr Williams' Speech Head at Opening of Hdi hIng. Berlin, Dec. 3. The Reichstag opened today, Hie chancellor reading the speech of tht Kaiser who was unable to attend. The Kaier mentions the meeting with the ru'ers of Italy, Austria and Russia, end expresses the expectation that these meet ings will re.u!t in the promotion of uni versal peace. His majesty states that Germany is cooperating with the other powers for the maintenance of order iu Macedonia, and thus prevent complica tions. WHILE FAMILY PRAYED A New York Actor. Christian Sclent lt, Died, New York, Deo. 3. While his wife and daughter knelt beside him in a saloon on First avenue, praying in all the zal of their ( hristirtU Science faith that bis life be snared, George Thompson.an old actor, died last night, Thompson had been suf fering with a heart atfection aod was re turning home from a Christian Science meeting, where he went iu hope of a cure, when he was attacked with a sudden weakness and staggered into a saloou. lie appeared in one of the first dramatizations of I'ucle Tom. Tenth Hurl of 81 air Dead. London, Dec. 4 John Hamilton Dl ryiuple, tenth ear! of Stair, is dead. lie was born in 1810. WILLIAMSTOWN. S. C. Briggs is very HI at the heme of Jason Jeffords. Rachel Bruce returned from St. Albans yesterday where she has been the past 10 days visiting her uncle, Frank Bruce. Miss Cynthia Townsend lg quite ill at the home of Henry House, where she has been living for several weeks. Mr. Ketchum of Brookfield, Was here yesterday and put in phoues for Clogston Bros, and Ed. i'oor. There was a good attendance at the grauge meeting last evening and a good programme. There were several present from neighboring granges. Henry Lasell died at his home this morning after a week's illness. He leaves a wife and seven children. The funeral will be held from the house Friday at 1 p. m. Win. Wells Relief Corps held its annual, election Tuesday eveuing and the follow ing oflieers were elected: President, Mar cia Seaver; S. V., Mary McAllister; J. V., MarySavcy; treasurer, Helen Kimball; chaplain, Mrs. Frances I.athrop; conduc tor, Millie Drury; guard, Myra Blanehatd; delegate, Helen Kimball; alternate, Mary MoAlilstei. GRANITEVILLE. The members of the American Order of Foresters will meet at 7 o'clock tomorrow morning to attend the funeral of their brother, Joseph Badger. The dance to be given by Court Rob Roy is postponed to Friday eveuing, De cember 25, owing to the death of Joseph Badger, a member of the order. The funeral of the late Joseph Badger . will be held from St. Sylvester's church tomorrow morning at 9 o'cloek.aud the in . termeut will be iu the Catholic cemetery In the city. At the regular meeting of Robert Em met court, C, O. F., last evening, the fol lowing oflieers were elected: C. It. J. B. Fitzpntrlck; V. C. R., Timothy Murphy; P. C. R, Frank Finnegan;Ueo. Sea, Frank Coyle; Fiu. Sec, John oheridan; treasur er, W. IL Miles; first trustee, Peter Mur phy ; second trustee, Joseph Houghton; third trustee, Phillip Clark, COAL "POCKET" ON FIRE. Two Alarms Given at West Lebanon, N.IJ. Has I'urned fur Hun White River Junction, Dec. 2 The coal in one of the large -'pockets" of the Boston & Maine railroad at West Leban on, N. IL, has been burning for several days. The fire alarm was sounded in that village yesterday as the building was on fire. Deluge Hose company responded and the fire in the woodwork was extin guished. Iter the locomotive whistles in the yard sounded a second alarm and again the fire was prevented from spread lug through the building. The railroad company has a gang at work moving from the pocket the comI that Is not too hot to be handled. It Is imped that the fire will not communicate to the coal in the other "pockets" as the locomo tives on the Concord and Passumpsio di visions use West Lebanon as a coaliug station on outward trips, and a shortage of coal at that point would prove a serious inconvenience. LECTURE WAS ENJOYED. Rev. F. A. I'oole Spoke I.at r veiling; oa Vacation Tours. Those who heard Rev. F. A. Toole's lecture on his recent vacation trips, at the Congregational church last evening, had a rich treat as the lecture, Illustrated by views taken by the speaker himself, was very enjoyable. The Kev. Mr. I'oole chose three vacation trips, on which to speak, from Portland, Maine, io Sebago Lakeand thence by lake steamer to the town of Har rison, the second to Marblehead Bay, Massachusetts, the yachting center, and the third, to the historio town of Ply mouth, Massachusetts. The story was told so Interestingly that one who only heard the lecture and saw the pictures might easily have imagined himself tak ing the trips in reality. The stereopticon was operated by II . G. Woodruff. SPECIAL GRAND JURY. Considers Charge of Murder Against Jo seph Krun. Woodstock, Dec. 2. Windsor county court opened yesterday, Judge Loveland Munson presiding. The first day's as signment of cases was easily disposed of. A special grand jury was summoned for the purpose of considering the case of Jo seph Bean, charged with killing Ephraim Root. Watson S. Blanchard of West Windsor is foreman of the special grand Jury, which is now at work investigating the Rochester homicide case. It is ex pected that a report from the grand jury will be made by Friday. ONE SOLITARY DRUNK. Record ia St. Johitnlniry io a Month. He Was Trying lo tirt Out of Town. .St. Johnsbury, Dec 2. The police re port only one arrest for intoxication in .No vember, a record of a month whioh has not been equalled in two years. The ar rest was made at the depot ana the man arrested was going from Staustead toMor rlsville. He Stepped Iut Wfeng Shoe. Rutland, Deo. 2 Walter J. Louis of Bennington, colored, a prisoner at the house of correction whose sentence expired Nov. 12, bad noshoes that suited him so when he was discharged he took a pair belonging to a fellow prisoner named Farr and wore them. After a short search he was located at Bennington and yesterday he was brought to this city. Judge Ross and Grand Juror J. W. Ly ons went over to the house of correction this morning and the shoe thief pleaded guilty to petit larceny. He was sentenced to the house of. correction for not less than 40 nor more thau 45 days. Kandolph lias No follce. Randolph, Deo. 8. X. C. Buck, "who has been acting as chief of police for the past year, last week tendered his resigna tion and since then Randolph has been without a policeman, the assistant po lioenian having moved from town recent ly. The loss of this oflicer has already been felt Saturday two complaints were made to Justice of the Peace Hutchinson, ami justice asked for, but nothing could be done about it as there was no police to arrest the offending' parties. How long this olllce will remain vacant cannot said for the trustees find it hard to get any one to take Mr. Buck's place. Growth of (he Granite Industry, St. Johnsbury, Dec. 8. Few people are aware of the steady growth of the granite business in St. Johnsbury. Five years ago there was only one granite firm in town and they employed only ten men. The principal equipment consisted of three polishing machines and two pneumatic drills. Today there are live linns em ploying 75 men and each firm reports a steady and increasing business. The plants have 11 polishing machines and 20 pneumatic drills in addition to the usual lot of small machinery and tools. Making Good the Loss, Rutland, Dec. 2. No clues were ob tained by the local police today to the thief who stole $400 and several checks from St. Joseph's convent yesterday, A subscription paper to make good to the sisters the amount stolen was circulated last night and today by Georee C. Under bill. At noon today about $300 had been subscribed by parishioners who are inter ested in the welfare of the convent. Kicker's Local Market. Groton, Dec. 2. The receipts at Rick er's market for the week ending Nov. 80 2000 lbs. poultry, 400 lambs, 150 bogs, 120 cattle, 300 calves. Price paid: Poultry, 7 to 8e; lambs, 2 to 4 1 2c; hogs, 3 to 4 l-2e; cattle, 2 to 4; calves, 2 to 5 l-2o. Hogs lower, other stock same. DowMtes la Randolph Hit. Randolph. Dee. .1. The bankruptcy of the Rev. John Alexander Dowie will af feet quite seriously several people la this town, who have quite a little money in vested in Zlon City. CANAL TREATY IS RATIFIED Republic of Panama Ap proves of 11 LITTLE TIME WASTED Paper Was Rushed to Capital at Colon and Signed as Soon as Opened. Fanama, Doc. 3. Tbe canal treaty With the United States which Mlnistei of Foreign Affairs Esprilla brought from Colon has been ratified by the re public of Panama. Roar Admiral J. G. Walker arrived on the same train that brought Senor Ksprllla. Senors Arango and Arias, with some ministers of the republic, met the parly at the railway station. Honor Espriila drove Immediately to the government pnlncc, where the chest containing the treaty was deposited In the main office. Tbe junta and ministry assembled In the grand salon of the palace. The chest and two small tin boxes, address ed to the members of the junta and bearing the seals of Minister P.umtu Variila, were placed on a table In the center of the room. Surrounded by the spectators seated about tbe table, Senor Ksprilla opened the chest and withdrew the cotton wrappers, bringing to light the treaty enveloped in Panama's flag. The document was addressed to the members of the junta by Minister Bu-nau-Vurilla. .Senor Arias broke the seal and form ally handed the paper to the members of the junta. There was only one copy in the English language. After dis cussing Its provisions the ministers and members of the junta signed the docu ment with a gold pen purchased for tbe occasion. It was then handed to Rear Admiral Walker for transmission to Washing ton. Itar IVtlt Ret-rlve Reyes. Washington, Dec. 3. Dr. llerran, the Colombian charge, called at the state department and arranged with Secre tary Hay that the latter should formal ly received General Reyes. The doctor discussed at Home length with the sec retary the existing situation, but will leave it to General Reyes to broach any suggestions with which he may have been charged by the Colombian govern ment looking to a settlement of the dispute between Colombia and Pana ma. Secretary Hay will give a courte ous reception to General Reyes, but it Is clear that iu the view of the admin istration the steps taken as to Panama cannot be retraced. Bunan-Varilla, the Panama minister, called just after Dr. Ilerran bad left to ascertain the latest advices from the isthmus. Fourth Clan IVigtmaNterM. Washington, Deo. 3. The following fourth class postmasters have been ap pointed: - Maryland Tannery, McIIenry S. Mar shall. New YorkSouth Jamesport, Minnie R. Jones. i 114 HORSES BURNED. Immense Stable In East St. Louis De stroyed, East St. Louis, Dec. 3. The stables of the East St. Louis Transfer company were burned last night, causing a lo.s of $ ,0,- 000. One hundred and fourteen horses perished. He Wat 101 Years Old. Brandon, Deo. 2. Joseph Brooks, who has been iil for some time, died Tuesday afternoon at the advanced age of 101 years. Mr. Brooks has long been a resi dent of Brandon and was its oldest citi zen. The funeral will be held Thursday at 2 o'clock. . Ireland Will Be Cardinal. Rome, Dec. 3. The Pope has recently been induced to promise to consider Arch bishop Ireland s early nomination as a cardinal. The Presbyterian Fair. On Saturday last the ladies of the Presbyterian church decided to hold their fair, which begins Thursday evening of this week, in the Favllion on Pearl street. This is tbe hall that has lately been enlarged and decorated by Mr. Hals. Those intending to contribute gifts may send them to the ravlllon at any time on Thursday after 9 a. m. As the hall in which the sale is to be held Is very spacious and beautiful, the ladies de sire to give a most cordial invitation to all the friends of the church to come in. Doors will open each evening at H 30 and a finelv-arrainged program will be ren dered at 8 o'clock. To see the decora tions, to hear the concert, to enjoy the fel ship, will cost you but 10 cents. You will be there, won't you? Remember the place, back of Helton's jewelry store, on Pearl street. . Ballard's steamship agency reports the arrival of the Ivemia at Boston. Mrs. James Duncan and family were on board. WHOLESALE LICENSES The Commissioners Give Them Hearing. CHARGED WITH MISDEEDS Five Witnesses Wrere Eeard C. H. Lalor & Co. Explained Their Methods. Rutland, Dec. 2. C. II. Lalor & Co , holders of a wholesale liquor license, were summoned before the board of license com missioners this afternoon, charced with selling liquor in small quantities illegally. Five witnesses were examined, Patrick Rossi, a young Italian, aged 21, testified to getting a pint of whiskey of the firm. Wal ter Read, aged 14 years, test'fied to wait ing while hossi went for the whiskey and he got a pint. John Foley testified to get ting a quart and to getting at a later day two half pints. For the defense,Sylvestar Lalor testified that he sold Rossi a pint of whiskey, but that he expected that the man would buy a barrel or a half barrel of ale about that time. He also testified that he sold John Foley a quart once but denied selling him two half pints. At that time he made the sale to Foley, the latter bought a case of ale. C. If. Lalor gave the same evidence, adding that he was the sole, member of the firm. The Lalors said it was their custom to 1ft a buyer have a small quan tity of liquor if they bought a large order of ale or similar drink at the same time. Decision was reserved. OMY DAYLIGHT ROBBERY. Says Mr. Rowland of Her Lowell, Mass.. Kplsode. Mrs. Ida llowland, formerly of this city, who, it was alleged, was buncoed out of $1)00 by Christopher Sorensen, alias John M. Thompson, of this city, said to a Boston newspaper, ''It was not an elope ment, nor was it a case of being buncoed. It was a clear case of daylight robbery. "Sorensen came to board in my home in Barre, Vt., about two years ago. I con sidered him an upright, honest fellow and had no Idea, that b was the kind of man he turned out to be. "We sold our Barre home and my hus band and I made np our minds to locate in Massachusetts. About two weeks ago Sorensen departed, saying he intended leaving from Boston by the next steamer, 'Last Wednesday 1 left for I.owell with the intention of linking up a little cottage for a home. I took along t!H)0 in money and a few spare tells extra. "When 1 landed at the station here who should be the first to greet me but Soren sen. 1 was taken by surprise. But he explained he was looking up some Lowell friends. "I naturally explained to him what my intentions were in coming to Lowell, and I innocently informed him that 1 had quite a sum with me "We walked down Middlesex street to gether, and being a stranger in a strange city, asked him to recommend some board ing house which 1 might stop at for a few days. He pointed out a building on the opposite side of the street. "1 found out afterwards that he told the landlady of the house that 1 was his wife. He thereby secured a room next mine. "The next morning I left my room for a few minutes. My satchel with the $1)00 w as on the table. "On my return I noticed the head of a man disappearing down the hallway. In a flash I thought of my money. Hurrying to my room I found the satchel open and the money gone. An officer and 1 took the next train to Boston, and then hastened to the Cuuard dock in Boston. I passed back and forth among the 300 passengers and was just about to give np the search when I soddenly laid my eyes on Sorensen. He did not see me. 1 grab bed him by the shoulder. "All he said was: 'Till, for God's sake save me!' and then fainted. The oflicer then took charge of him. Sir KnlKhtu Attention! It Is the command of the Thrice Illus trious and Most Excellent Rajah of the Imperial Domain, Knights of Birmingham of all the Americas, that all Sir Knights within the Royal Bouuds of Old Krow Lodge which lies between the rivers rising on the north and the Rio Grande on the south, and from the Passamaquoddy on the east to the Monterey in the far west that so far as in you lies you are requested to assemble yourselves together in annual convocation at Old Krow Lodge No. 1, Miles' hall in the great and bumptious city of Barre, Friday evening, Dec. 4th, for the solemn and illustrious purpose of electing the Thrice Illustrious and Most Excellent Grand oflieers, the conferring of degrees and partaking of the rites of the order which are C. CO. W. R. Catto, ' T. I. M. K. R. of A. A, & C. Episcopalian Sale, The ladles of the "Church of the Good Shepherd" are very busy preparing for their coming sale which comes off next week Wednesday evening and Thursday afternoon and evening, Deo. Uth and 10th. It Is h' ped the ladies will hand in a good ly amount of articles by Monday. They are trying to have a large variety or use ful and dainty articles for "Christmas' gifts at very reasonable prio.ps. Mothers that want to dress dolls for Christmas will do well to call In as they have all kinds of dolls' clothing. An entertainment will be furnished each evening. ROBBED WHILE HE SLEPT. Kenneth MeAulay Knows Not Whom to Call Friend Now, Kenneth Mo4ulay, brother of Joseph MeAulay of Barre, aud formerly a quarry man here, came from LandofT, N. IL, w ith the intention of visiting his brother the first of the week, lie got as far as Mont- pelier and there fell in with what he called friends, but he doesn't think so now. An ordinary person would think the same, as aicAulay is nnnui if:!;) In bills, some loose chansje and a va'uahle silver watch. He lays it all to Fred Cilley.a one-time friend, but who now would be welcomed with open anus tbe other way. MeAulay struck Montpelier Tuesday af ternnon, and met Cilley. According to the report, Cilley hired a room in the Dudley block, for which MeAulay paid as he did for the suppers for both. This Me Aulay aid not object to, and they retired. The latter slept heavily and still trusting. The next morning, yesterday, he awoke at 5.30 o'clock. There was no Cilley there, neither was McAulay's pocket book, nor even his silver watch. A ter rible reality swept over him then. Tbe landlady reported yesterday that she let Cilley out of the house at 12 30 o'clock as he complained of beinc sudden ly 111. Cilley went nut, and search for him has revealed nothing since. Central Vermont trainmen say that Cilley board ed the 3.10 a m., train for the north yes terday morning and that previous to, his departure he displayed considerable money as well as a silver watch. Whether Mc Aulay's property got mixed up with his during the night Is not proved. KILLED BY TRAIN. Ryegate Farmer, Granville Header, Struck by M. W, R. K. K. Kn;liie. South Ryegste.Deo. 3. Granville Mead- er, a liyegate farmer, was almost instant ly killed by a Montpelier & Wells River train yesterday afternoon near Boltonville. lie was driving a span of horses when they became unmanageable and ran' onto the railroad track just ahead of the train. I he wagon ws struck squarely and com pletely demolished. air. Meader was struck in the head. He was taken back to the depot where he died a few minutes later, A young boy who was in the team witn hun lumped and es- eiped injury with the exception of a few tnuises. 1 he horses were not hurt and ran some distance to Edward Henderson's w here they were caught. The deceased leaves a wife and a two-months old child. EE WAS ACCOMMODATED. Intoxicated Man Asked For Lodging at the folic Station After a lurch that seat him sprawling through the doorway and into the police station last evening, William Richardson of Monson, Mass., looked up at Oflicer r rank Haniel aud asked for a night1 lodging. He wa accommodated. The accommodation was extended still further this rooming when Richardson was given ten days in the county jail at Montpelier for being intoxicated. Ha admitted in court that he was undoubtedly intoxicated when he struck the police station, and Judge Fay took his word for it. Richard son arrived In Barre from Mohsou last evening. FORMERLY LIVED AT PLAINFIELD. Mother of If. A. Kogg and Mtr of Mar tin Freeman. Died at Lowell, Mni. II. A. Rusg and Martin Freeman of this city receivtd word this morning uf the death of Mrs. C. W. Ruga at Lowell, Mass., lust night, the deceased belns the mother of tlie former and sister of the lat ter. She was born at Plaintield 74 years ano and that place was her home nutil 50 years ago when she went to Lowell to re side. Besides the relatives above men tioned she has a brother living in Boston, Edmund Freeman, The funeral will be held at Lowell tomorrow and the inter ment will bs beside her husband there. BAFRE CASES WITH JURY. State v. Taet jr and Jaciiueg Heard In County Court Today. Montpelier, Deo. 3. In county oourt this morning the arguments In the cases of S'ate vs. Tacey and State vs.' Jacques lor impeding an omoer were concluded, aud the cases went to the jury this fore noon. tien, Thomas Seriously 111. Montpelier, Dec. 3. Gen. Stephen Thomas was reported more comfortable yesterday, but grave fears are entertained that he will never raliy from the Injuries received by a fall, so as to be again ou the street. Entertainment at Presbyterian Fair. Tha concert, at the Preshvterliin fair in the Pavilion this evening will begin precisely at7 'l-. The following is the programme to be rendered: jmstnum-msil Duett, MjssfM v aiker and I'hilops. Quartette, Mesdames liruley and tlalc, Mli?hi' Hutria add IMiillin Vocal ' olo. William Khnrrlilx Ladies Quartette. Iteaumj;, rii'Psie Jones Vocal Solo, Margaret lieaton Axel'rill, '1 lie Woodmen Admission fee only 10 cents. , Public Notice. Parties living In the vicinity of street lamps who have not received postal cards, with which to report when lights do no burn, will confer a favor by securing some (from tbe city clerk or the members of the city council) as soon as possible in order that we may be able to get the best pos sible service. Parties who have cards will please send some before the last Fri day of each month to enable us to present same to the finance committee for their approval. John J. Mackenzie, Chairman Lighting Dept. Barre, Nov. 23, '03. Notice, All members of Local 481 are hereby notified to be present at next regular meeting, Dec. 7th, 7.30 p. m. To nomi nate officers for the ensuing six months your attention is called to Matiding Decis ions of G. E. B., March 10,1888. Per order Local 481. S. U. Doty, Sec. EASY THING FOR EUREKAS Barre Bowling Team Braced Up. CAPITOLS WERE VICTIMS Home Team Wroa AH Three Strings With Ease Donald W. Smith Individual Honor Man. The Eurekas bowling team of this city easily defeated the Capitols of Montpelier last Dight In Alexander's alleys in three straight games and by the total score of 254 pins. Smith of the Eurekas was the high man of the evening with a three string to tal of 534 and he also rolled the highest single string ol 101. The tabulated score: Eurekas. Byrnes 158 157 123 438 Douglass 143 114 . 149 43d Cbarboueau i;H) 142 157 438 HouKhton 135 123 177 435 Smith . . 181 1W1 102. 534 75(5 757 708 2281 Capitols. Dewey Terrieo M eader Canning Gill 15 100 113 111 138 143 15(5 121 125 132 148 062 457 38(5 3SfJ 304 ' 424 2017 Pet 1000 m 533 414 444 111 15!) 14.S 121 138 (120 70!) The standing to date: Won lost Calumets . 0 0 Pastimes 4 2 Eurekas 8 7 K. of O. 4' 5 Queen Citys 4 i Capitals 1 8 ODD FELLOWS AGAIN SHOW THEIR SKILL Defeated Clan Gordon Cribbagers Five to Three and Jump Up In Standing. The Foresters nf America di.riited dm Clan Gordon ertbbage team last night by live taoies to uiree. 1 tie result My tables was as follows: Henry Caselini and George Stuart, F. of A . defeated Cert Trruni Ami W I'urlr f1 (l'i).tr. AnniriRTui A (!:(.litii V tit A defeated John M elver and James Hector, O.U.; George Kotieitson ami oe.u Burgh, V. of A., defeated I). L. Wytlie and Chas. Williams. C. G. ; James Patterson and Win Kentt V t A ib.funtil i:m r v.rij- tie and Win. Dawson, C. O.; A. Clark and A. Ninth, t. of A., defeated m. Brown and James Reid, O. G. Joseph Will and Charles Keith, C. G , defeated O. J. L. Matthews and P. Alex ander, F. of A.; William Stephen and H. ouaw, yj. ijr , ueieateu v m. tvans ana Alex Stephen, F. of A. ; James McKay mid liiihert. lndi t! li ,1uF.a(ad J. dm Gibbs and Win. Mackle, F. of A. Ibe schedule of next week a games will had V V and T fl f) V tw If f and F. of A. Dec. 0; C. O. F. and' C. G. i;ec. jo; i. u. u. r. ana t. ol A. Jiea. 15. The standiug up to date is as follows: 1'. W. L Pet. Red Men 40 24 It) .000 I. O. O. F. 40 21 11) .525 C. O. F. 32 K5 10 .531 F. of A. 40 1!) 21 .475 Clan Gordon 40 hi 24 ,400 DOGS KILL SHEEP. David Holle. of liwkley Hill Logo IS. Dogs Not Known, J'lghteen sheep belonging to David Bolies of Beckley hill were killed by dogs Tuesday night. The dogs are not known. Mr. Bolies has a Hick of about 50 sh-ep and Tuesday night they were in the yard near tbe barn on his place when dogs came along and drove them away, follow ing the sheep ana killing IS of them. Mr. Holies pasture is paitly in Berlin, partly in Barre town and partly In Barre city, and 11 of the dead sheep were found in Berlin, 0 in Barre town and 1 in Barre city. GARETTO'S TRIAL Will Ho Started In County Court Decern ber Uth. In addition to pleading not guilty to the murder of Eli Corti, in couuty court yes terday afternoon, Alexander Garetto plead ed not guilty of attempt to murder Emilto Vochini at tbe same time. The prisoner was calm, though very anxious looking, and shook his head as he replied 'not guilty." Immediately after his plea was given, Judge Stailotd announced that the court had decided that his case must be tried this term, and set It for December 14th. GOES TO WATERSl'RY, B, Croto Will be Sent to Insane A.jluui for a Period. Montpelier, Dec. 3. Judge Stafford Las signed the order committing Bartholomew Croto to the state hospital for the insane at aiernury uutu lui ther order of the Oouit. Croto is under indictment for mur der in shooting Peter Vorron at East Montpelier September 7 last.