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' fc ''' - .,.S0 V YEA It. $1.01) W NOT PAID IS ADVANCE. "Let all the ends thou nimost nt be thy Country's, thy God's and Truth's. FIVE CENTS PEIt COPY. VOLUME XX. BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT. FRIDAY, MARCH 13. 1896. NUMBER 33. A t i w u TO ItKSiT. Tki-rtl-cmi-ntB under this head two cents n Y first Insertion, awl one coat a word in each (Ul)iKiiieiit issue I mn 1 I r S) Main Btreot. 82tf A moil tenement. Colon ami Olot street!. li5 corner of 3itf -Furnished foom at JO Oak St. S8tf BEST. Hood cirdboard eifrne, "To 1 Bent," ean b0 ot'ta't'e"1 at UETOBMEU Office, efceap. ' ' "j THE PROFESSIONS. P B. H. FADE! sureeon. ujis ii. viffiirrn I. ivi.iii S;oli, Vt. Telephone. 51.2. VIRTUE. Veterinary L. T. Lovell anil Son's 5, Arms' block, Bo!. Jrat MARTIN", Veterinary Burgeon, H anil Dentist, graduate Ontario Veterl- lury college, ,R. J- I-";", i)L,MiI.1l "Uluis .-"-'J 5H Mil pcon, i.Mftit" I'nlvcrslty.) Ofllce 51 Main S-yl ' FtV ml ni.iiii.ii'.i, iiivu ,l lieshleiice, No, 34 North Slain Street. Honrs until f a. m.; 1 to 2..W anu cany evening Sundays, 1 to 3 p. m. J5.yl i. CLAKK. Dentist, Whitney Blink, Urattleboro. fi-yl nB. f. L lllo Hlt'KI.EY & MORAS. Furnishing Under, lakers, So. '.' So. Main St. Telephone call, IStf B.uo and Uultnr CiiK.5oreen St Instruction. Miss 23tf DUS.KK.Tt HI I& C.RAY. bl,rk. Sight ealis at Brooks" licioro. Vt. riEO. n. Ottlce, Crosby House, Brat-4ivl OOIUIAM. M. D. Whitney Murk. -Mam "treet, iirnttieiioro i-racucc lotted w the df season of the bye, Kar, Throat, .nloe. i n.ee hours, :r:,i-i.'; i p. m.-4, i ucs- jsjiiiii'l trt'la, BelUuvs Kail. ? only. Kemaindcr of week at ltf Ivory Soap Pure FOB SALE. FOB SAI.E.-A x Weight S200 lb Welirlit S4O0 Hw. II .r i'i... ,S.:r " 33wl POHSAI.K. In Urattleboro, or to rent after April llrst. flottntrn hnii.. rtf !.,!.. allln lino shape, it la ten rods from Postoflice! v.,,, u ,v , goon location, win sell at a i . .mi, ueai estate Aireut. s-'w bar- Willi. A. V. Mav, Ileal Estate Agent. ILRMLREat n liarsain. Two chamber I sets, 3 i.r.draperv curtains, 1 nlusli roekcr, Jons 1.ettinu,.Jb., Rettln Place. 3Swl FOR SEHVICE. A UiorouBlilireii nerkshlrc iu.ir. lerms ii West Urattleboro. I)AVI1 J. liAltHKTT, 3UWS )K SALE. Itarc chance for risrht, man to if i'iiii'iibiivu uumiiuhh, oiii emimi in .......j ui omhi. aiiv pariv lOOKlllir lor an openii s lll do well to Inrustiiratc. For further particulars address U. L. li., HKH.nUKit Ollicc, Urattleboro. Vt. u FOU SALE. Two-seated hIcIrIis at a bar train, i.ciiairllli' lil'i.mnrlv ntmmlnil ,n 1. D. Williams. DRS. WKH1TKR Street, Urattleboro, a, to an;! 0 to 7 ::.o j . PRATT. Otliee bourn 41 F.lliot 7 to 8 a. in. i-i. (1; IIIIWF.X, SI. H.. llonio'opathic Pbysl in :um Nurn-con. timee nntt Kesiiteni-e Block, Uratt leiiuTo, t. innco notirs ,- a. ra 12 till '-' ami (I till ! p. in. lot. iARHF.K, Dentist, 1'ratt'. Block, ltf A. WOOUHl'RY. Dentist. Otliee l.i.t M., Urattleboro, Vt. I'.'wly 0. IIOLTOA. .n. u. i-iiysician am -.nr.-'i-nn. iratt eDoro. t. limc nnii resi corner Main unit w ainui ntreets. imnie rem 1 to : and from (; to 7 o'clock p. ni. ! 7 11, n'tTKBMAX nevs at Law, Hank IlliH'k, MARTIX & ItITT, Atlnr. liiattlcboro, t, op?'- Iientist, lliMiker 1I1ik?W, UrmiLs House, Urattleboro, t. na. a. kxapp, 1 ' Oil t I, MIl.I.ER. 51. D.,l'hvpicimi and Sur. A. seen, Hooter Block, Urattleboro, Vt. Ollicc Soars liefore 9, 1 to 2. t :M to t. PETTF.K, Dentist, Croly W4S,II rvR. p. a I' Uloek. (her Holdcn's drug store. n P. WHITE. 1- M. I).. Pltyalrtan and i Surireon, Willlamsvllle, Vt. OiUce hours, tia'. a. m.. 11 to 1 n. m.. and to 7 P. m reio. pboae eoiutection 4tf TA-MF.S CONI.AXD, M. D., I'hyelcian and J Si,rn ItrfirtlHlioro. Vt. OfUCO in CrOsllT Block, opposite Telephone Exchange. No IS Wilrnit St. Uflice hours troni 8 to S a. in., I :! to3p. in MERCANTILE. and Tinwarx, lluln St., opp. American House. t V. COX A. CO., Stoves T AH HOWS 4. CO.. wholesale and retail D dealers In Coals of all kinds. Oiticfl No. 33 SblnSu-eil. llraltleboro. my fU.APP & JOXKS, Books. Stationery, v tauev Gooils. Pictures ana Franiiine. ayi TOWN SCHOOLS. 'iMruftlon is provided for advanced town K jioiarsat lirallleooro caneniy in est r.rat-tit-tjoro. on new examination of "all. Those de irlnir li are notllied t be thereon Monday. Mari-a Mih, pruiaptly at 'J o'clock for that pur ie. Id- iMroetorx. CAR!. S. HOPKINS, Clerk, liratili'lioro, Mar. 12, Hi. 3i'l BE3 HND BOARD NOTICE. My wiiv, Olive M. lluhvi. havlnif loftiny hviX without jur-t cjnise or reason, thislw tt'lorljii! any porfon h;trlKrrinr or irurilliiif Ikt inntv ace, m'nt a. 1 Mia II pav nuiiolits nf hereon-m-fiju'altfrlliir, date, IH'ouks. Hri::ebonif Vt., March , $iw3 C. I. HOWE SON, PHOTOGRAPHERS, MAIN STREET, Brstileboro Vermont. fiUCf ION SALE ' m ar. onnt of the recent death of my husband ' '. Bishop, I will sell at public auction on Tuesday, March 31st, lswi.nt lOo'olock, my farm il IT", reres, stock, and tixle. Sa d farm is stt nateil about two miles from Brattlelioro on the fond leiidliifr from C'CDtrevllle lo Algiers, imd is aovii as the Hiram Aldrlch farm. The house "as uew two or three vears airo, the barns are in first i lass conilltioni and a silo was unlit last year. (ifl(f water at house and barn, plenty of uo1 pasturiiip, gnd the lillapc land ss In a liifrh tile of cultivation. A bundance of nice young rmt trcs, iii-o a nice larce timber lot of Msl or '! nor.ls of wood and tlmljer- The farm will s;v keep .Hi cows und lias a milk route con nected with it at the present time. The personal propertv consists of 1 pr. good tiusine-s grer hore, "l pr. bav horses good 'irpi tenni, i nice iiiack marc 0 years old, sound 'lktiu;i threc vear-old colt, 12 milch cows " ""reamers, Scows due to calve in April, i itir due to eume In In the full, 1 two-year-old inter, 1 yearling heifer, 4 calves, 15 hens. 1 "wan maehsnc nearly new, 1 hav rake nearly 'w i plows, 2 harrows, 1 one-horse lumber torn, 1 express wagon, 1 carriagt, I "Id "y, 1 traverse 6lcdge, 1 sleigh, I pr. donble tornesies, s single harnesses, I driving harness, i moilstone, 1 wheelbarrow, 1 haycutter 1, ciil nator, i cornplanter, I Kcllpse cornolanier " 'eao.i, pitchforks, scythes and chains, J9"", com anil hay, ill cards stove wood anit "umerous eiher tilings, including household "nature. Terms made known at time und 'Tf. ale. '. P. til I.SOV. Auctioneer. ANMKS. IIISUOP. 33w3 IOlt SALE. Iicsiraliie lots in Christ's Church cemetery at Katt Cull ford. Address. J. K. Uai.k, Ciuilford, Vt. 43yl 70R SALE. Homc-mude Food, choice Teas audCollces. Also Lunch, with Hot Tea or Coffee. Mus. Jacors.34 Klllot St. ititf POH SlXj33. A small Farm of 25 acres of good land, plenty ol fruit, goon liulldiuirs. all in cood reualr. Ktilung water to house and barn. Also mv WANTED, WANTED. A llrst-class yonng or mlddlo aged man with wife to go on to my farm. Good wages and steady employment. Applv to J. llENltv Piiatt, Urattleboro, Vt. 33tf lITANTf I A woman to do family washing vr away ironi ine uouso. No. 7 Walnut St. F. ti. 1CUUKHK, SI Wl WANTED. Pupils in shorthand. Priniler Typewriting solicited. Park, 3 Grove St. Smith Lilian 33tf UALKKMAN WANTED $100 to S123 per t month and cncnses to introdtiec our iroods to the trade; stuple line; position permanent, pleasant ami iie-irauic. Adiircss nun stain) King Mfg. Co., Chicago. 31tf irAXTED. People having tenements to tV Kent will do well to place them in our care as we have Inquiries about everv day. nir tee Is small. Moiiisk & Eduktc. 2ntf WANTED AN IDEA. thing to patent? l'rotect your Ideas. Thev may brlnif you wealth. Write JOHN WKliDKU. llL'liN .V Co.. Patent Attorneys, Washington, U. C, for their SI, sou prize oiler. s yl LOST. Iletween Rrookllne and Athens, on March f'th, a bag of carpet. K. . Ti tiiill, Newfaue, Vi. 32wl water-nower and orooerlv in the east vtllaire nt Guiit'ord, cons!siini; of new dam. arlst mill, car riage shop, blacksmith shop and tenement, al! new and in Hrst-class; running order. For par.. Acinars, enquire of II. N. WlI.IiF.li, 4;!tt Guilford, Vt. REAL ESTATE OFFICE, BOYDEN'S BLOCK, Elliot St., - - Br.ittloboro.Vt. BHATrLEISoltO Cicaning Works, Proprietor. STEAM s Flat St, E CARPET 11. l'iioiuas, 32wyl f 1 or II. HALL, Carpenter nn i slater, er in slate. 20 Clark street. Ileal-20tf Carrlnue Paiuttuc. Prices according to the limes. Shop, I. AbUitt Canal St. 23tf WA1TK lllllMill; WA. MORSE, House and Slgu Palnt- Ing, Hani and Soft Wood Finishing, Paper Hanging and Decorating. First-class work guar, inteed. Shop, Harmony Bfock. 35tf fOHV OALVI3, Stoves and Tinware. 'J Main Street, fxcbauue lilock. 2S TOIIX DCNLEVY.Cnstom Tailor, Hook. 't er Block, up one llight. Cleansing, Repair, mg and Pressing done ut short nouce. 14wly 25 lbs. Corn Beef, SI. 00. COCNTl ooritT. A VVlliniiiHtou Fanuand Family Tan gle Townsheud Moose Case Sherman and Watte now oa Trial j Court convened; Tuesday, .IuiIko Lnvolantl Munsoa'prositliuK. Upon , tho call tit tuo "jury calendar nil 1 but 1(3 of tho cusm woro roinovotl frcm tho iur3' list, and it is probable that others will ho diHpoised of either by ! settlement or continuance. Tho (list case tried by jury was Walter fcl. i Grimes vs. Frank J. Huyd. nn notion of assumpsit to recover (luO balance of purchase price of n farm in Wil mington. Tho cvi(onco of plaintiff tended to snow Hint ho had been a laborer and during t&o past live years had accumulated and snvod f.T7si.47 which ho had on deposit iu tho Wil mington Savinss bank; that during the summer of he commenced to keep company witfc ho sietor of de fendant, who lived' with and kept house for tho defenlant', tliat on Oct. 22d ho married lief and nt tho solicita tion of uel'endanllp.irt'hased hift farm and moved thereon to reside, paying for it and personal nroperty 81700," by Hssuminjr a inornate of 8S0O and giv ing his note for siHXi and ttirnms; nut his bank book to apt ly on this note. That owing to tho fact that his wife insisted upon his doing so, he on Xov. following sold bad: to defendant a half interest iu the larui and personal property for tSOO; -that afterwards plaintiff was so tttnied by defendant and sister that it Ijeeanio impossible to live with them and ho learned from conversations which ho overheard that they desired and inlohucd to pot rid of him so that Dec. 1 following ho had a talk with the defendant and astern! to sell him tho ri'iiisiuing hnif interest jou the farm for flOjU $100 of which i was to be paid by the defendant assuming one -ball nt ine mortgage on the farm a.id fflCO emu. That' the de fendant afterwards informed him that he could only pay slh?j cash and the balance Jan 1st, as he did not ;;i,t to draw the mony . ut of tho bank and lofce the interest: tlict on the .-auie day they went to the Wilmington Savings Kank when the deed was drawn by Mr. Lkirlov. who also a receipt at the dictation of the The case now on trial iu that of 8. II. Sherman vs. Fred M. Waite, tho trial of which will consume tho bal- lauce of tho week. liltATTLEBORO SOCIETY. tho PEEKING AND FUMBLING. Either on Hurglary Iutvut or After Darkey Servant Girl. RicliardsDii s Market SOUND, SOLID and SUCCESSFUL. FIFTIETH Progressive Semi-Annual Statement NEW HAMPSHIRE! Fire Insurance Co., MANCHESTER, BARGAIN SALE. Women's .") Shots. l.uo Lis) :l.'J.r ii.oo a.!M ;.isi 2."iii l.M lil'l I'.oo 1.7.1 l.Sil I. SO All these arc frt-i.li goods. The broken lot. shoes that were S4.."i. $1, g.l.oU and are ni-trked at ? The values are as great as ever. MORSE & SIMPSON. Horses! Horses! have uo hand a number of good business J'urksaud drivers, iu pairs and singles ruluring " ' icht from SOU lbs. to 1400 lbs., 1 iair ol '"wk Horses very blockv, weigh 2tsi0 His., this " as go. a ,air f (rses as ever hwk as ' "'I'i'li a collar, also a number of other pair "J wei.-b from 2400 to 2sl lbs., these horse ui co right as we wlsii to make room for more. ... i" " "timber of el'iuha on hand which we "'ilusinnutatcost. We have a car load "I "Sons i all kinds ordered which wi'l le heie Al-.,,, !, ,, ,,i ,!,,., f Harnesses, Kolies and all kln.ls of Horse goods iu s niieru Vermont and a full Mock f l,r--.'Jl!s l.iniinenla iipH mptlfritief . Give us a fnil stt. f,,r Vllru.i. .ne frualiantee to fendaunt saying it tas "for balance duo on farm trade," which was signed by tho plaintiff without reading or Hearing read and upon tho supposition that it was a receipt for tho 150 only. January 1st the plaintiff went to the bank and found that the defendant had been there that morning as soon as tho bank opened and drawn out the money, and later iu the day ho saw defendant and demanded of' him the H'iO balance; which defendant refused to pay claiming the plaintiff's wife had a homestead right on tho premises and he was going to pay tho money to her. Plaintiff made another demand and then brought this suit, which was immediately followed by a divorce proceeding on tuopur f his vife,wbo had declined to live with him after the sale, of farm. Tho defendant claimed that ho pur chased tho farm because the plaintiff had got sick of his trade and was go- I ing to leave anyway ; that it was agreed that he should purchase back the half interest in tho premises for 81000, but that plaintitf'b wifo who waa present, declined to sign tho deed unless she could have ?40(l of tho pro ceeds claiming that she would S'vn bo ! a mother and was afraid that if her ; husband had the money he would go lawnv anil leave her: that the nlnintilT N. H. jtianily agreed to this and they went to i the village and had tho papers drawn, and lie paid the plaintiff S10 cash. 1 sassiimcd debts of his to the amount nf t'.'ilJ and agreed to pay bis wife the 8100, which he afterwards paid by giving her his note for SiJOt) which in cluded this debt and an obligation of ! f"J00 for household furniture whieh U i he purchased of her, that tho plaintiff l-i il is I'l-ier mane iiuy oiaiin ou min inr ' : money until the bringing of this suit, 9'V-itl2.55.lS? ; ;in'' ,'lat ilfter the bringing of suit he I met nnii auii asKcii xiiin woy no naei ; brought such a suit and ho said lie j didn't know but some one had ad vised him that he couid collect of him. ! Defendant also produced us witnesses ! three of his brothers who testitied to I admissions of tho plaintiff cunoboiat- I ing the defendant's claim as to tho intvaer. lho plaintiff denied any i sucn contract, ilie jurv returned a rdiet for the plaintiff to recover $1S2. 17. II (. Burner and Waterman, '.Martin .fc Hitt for plaintiff, Uulter i field and llaskins .V Stoddard for de , fendant. Charles C. Tafl v. .Marshal I'. Ked : Held, an action of trover to recover the -.m . .., value of tim e horses, mortgaged by UbKt&U I A r I.U UK defendant toono II. A. linker. ! The evidence of tho plaintiff tended Warm (fie flour before ll-n'inf, to ' show that in August, ISO.'!, the de i . ,i ;.,....., i. i'. i 1 fendant mortgaged to H. A. ISuker of ithouf the temperature ot the band. ITownBhWM, Btaoing aml ,iv(ipy Use U liberal amount of tood ieaxf j business as security for the payment and sidd a littlo euLfar to liven it. :"f n,otr ,of ;i00' wnich .'ortgagcd in- r, iiz' i.i eluded the threo horses in contioversy ; Ceresota absorbs more water Ifian that whil(. i!ak(r nell, an. W1U,(1 ,hl. nrdinaril flours. It' the dotlirli is too mortgage two of the horses wit.- sold .- wtlfrtlio hi-ptid will lie heavv. ! by the defendant, that in January, - Wednesday night just after E. !' lirooks and daughter had returned homo from tho party thoir uttontion was attracted to a man hanging about tho house, walking back and forth and acting suspiciously. There was a dim light in the room down stairs oc cupied by Mrs. lirooks who is out of health, and it was extinguished to watch proceedings. The follow had sidled up to this window several times to peek under tho curtain which was up a few inches from tho bottom of tho window and soon he was heard there again fumbling to raise it. Tho inmates wore watching and Mr. Brooks was deliberating whether to shoot lie had tho iron handy or to call tho police. But tho follow, per haps frightened away by hearing some noise, went back to the street, and Mr. Hrool.B telephoned to Officer Hall who was on tho spot in a very few moments. The fellow had cleared out but Hall tracked him in tho fresh snow clear to the houso where he rooms, and found his overcoat all snow i howiug ho had lately been out. Tho fellow denied having been about Air. Brooks houso at all, and was able to show by a companion that ho came homo soon after midnight, but the com panion didn't know whether ho went into tho houeo or not. The tracks had it frequent twisted look, as if tho fcl low had turned round to look behind hii.i and a purl of the vvav thev indi cated a lively pace. There was an other fellow on the street late that night, going home with a girl, and ho hints it, and Hall after careful in vestigHtion is sattsheil that he is ot tho offender. In fact the tracks leave n j chance for ilouiit that it was the first one. 3 Of course ti.e iirst idea it suggests is that he was o:i burglary intent, and is ti;e man who committed tho deure- lrew I Uations last summer. But there are le- smne points, ehicllv in his reeord. to indicate that ho was dogging lound after a darkv servant girl, though the family and her friends trill not believe it, insisting that shu is "no mch girl." and if this was the pur toie, it is remarkable that ho should have been fumbling about the be:it r.jom in the house. Re : Siatflilt'llt, Cash Capital. January 1st. ls5. ; (IHIIO.OOO.OO I Reserved lor Kc-luii!-unce and other Liabili ties, MIT SI R 1'1.1'S, TOT A I. ASSETS, II. E. TAYLOR A SON, At lUiATTI.F.IiORO, VT. ;ents. Urattleboro High School. This has been a week of school itors. Wo are glad to see them. The Senior class aro reviewing ometry. Misses Emily Guild 'OG, Bollo Eames 9i, nod llattio Tidd 9!) havo resumed thoir school duties. May Douglass '93 whs housed the first of the week. Miss Vinnlo Lawrence'Tias entered tho class of '98. The third term began Monday. The spring vacation will begin April G and clnRe April 12. Col. G. G. Benedict, editor of the Burlington Free Press, has recently issued in book form, by request, a se ries of letters written by him for the Free Press while a member.of tho 12th regiment of Vermont Volunteers, and published at tho time by Unit paper. The request enmo from many men belongirg to tho regiment, who havo no other record of their life in those fateful days than memory gives them, which must of necessity be fragmen tary. The book, which bears the title of "Army !ifo iu Virginia", will give the casual reader, one not so particu larly interested as the "army boys." a good history of the services dune by this 12th regiment for it. country, and i.i a Titling tribute both to the dead and the living. The book is published by the Free Press Associa tion, and neatly bound in green clnth. A picture of Col. Ji.-uedict in uniform appears at the frontispiece. A cigarette club is suid to be latest among Urattleboro ladies. Miss Ella Stobbins gavoun afternoon tea Monday in honor of her friend, Miss Lula Horton. F. W. Putnam and wife give a card party to their friends at their Tyler street borne, this evening. ' Tho Ked.Ien held anothut j of thoir socials at their hall Tuesdayfovening. Ajlurgo party being present. .,9aaJ Tho ladies afternoon whist club met with Mrs. Dr. Barber Tuesday and next week meet with Mrs. C. O, bins. i Mrs. Fred f.Tuttlo gave u party to Borao of her lady friends at her South Main street homo Saturday afternoon, it being her birthday. 2i&iE ' Tho Epworth League give a sugar supper at Kcd Men's hall next Thurs day evening. AJsale of fancy and uso- fu! articles willbo hold during the evening. Tho Women's TAuxilary of tho Epis copal church met with Mrs. W. H. Collins Tuesday afternoon and tho Junior Auxiliary with Mrs. F. W. Childs Wednesday. Lindc Kail gave a supper to nino of his friends Saturday evening. After IJItATTLEBORO SOCIETY Tho Odd Fellows gave a successful and onjoynblo danco at ihoir hall last ovening. Tho Murray club meet next Wednes day night and a paper will be read bv Geo. A. Ilines on "Charles Dickens. " Tho Christian Endeavor society of the Baptist church will hold a poverty so cial at tho church parlors next Wed nesday evening. Mrs. H. S. Goodenough pleasantly ontortainod a number of her ludy friends at her Elm street home Monditv cvon- Rob-!lDK with cal'cls- About 40 rrom tho Baptist society hero went up to West Brattlcboru Wednesday and met the society 1hcrc. A nice supper was served, after which a missionary meeting wits held. Mis. L. D. Teraplo gavo un interesting ad dress on tho work of women in mis sions, Misses Nellie Robinson and Ethel Bruco sang a duet; Miss l'hoips rendered a solo : the male quartette con- ' sisting of Ed Morse, Arthur Maynard. Christie Crowcll and Fred Knights fur j nished a selection a jd Miss Alice V.'ii . liardgavoa pleasing recitation. Alter a jolly time all returned homo on the. j electrics. Uso less soap you uso too much. supper the evening was pleasantly t Marchings, spent with dancing and vocal and in- ! MlfB uth Hawlcv spent a few Strumcntal music. ..irS '-.-. ....'.tiif-V: :nf thin we.-U- in Hnrinofieid. ?.l: The officers of the Order of Forest- Mr. and Mrs. Camden Smith art era held a meeting at tho parochial iting friends in Massachusetts school house last week Ihuradav even ing and chose Dr. Bruce as their cx amining physician. IOPSmith and wife delightfully (ays vis-,"nd Connecticut. Miss Barbara Murphy left Tuesday for Windsor to act nc god mother for the little daughter of D. W. Sullivan and wife. Itev. Fr. entertained a number of their Wends at ! Cunningham went to Rutland Mnr.f lay- tea Saturday evening. After wlnci i M:"-'1 ' "b ".". tho evening was spent with readings. ; CUI3 Devotion. Miss Wiilienimit recitations and games. ans ot the uciormor stan, lei i at- lelightfully en-ih - vnrti!fir.MiB9 .tf,h;,nnt jAsh leaves next Monday for a week's visit .nJIolyoke, Mass. Airs. Annie u. Cobb and son Willard leaves tomorrow Miss Minnie Scott tertaiued a number of her friends at i he.- Hiih street home Monday evening. Whist was played and a jollv good time enjoyed. She also entertained a for Cambridge. X. V. Conductor , . j i Houert v heeler is visiting friends in nool). ! vt-....,,.!,,,-,. f;- v.-,. v- The last public entertainment of the; prosH ictves Wednesday "for a t'riri to Hedgerow Debating Society for the ;xew York .Mrs. A. G. Carlton vis- winter term will be given at .North itl friend-! in Windsor this week. street hall. Monday evening, March 1. ! Miss Jennie Duncan is in Xew York debato on tho "Character of Julius this week lo.ikintr nn new strips in Caesar," will be foMowed by the umus- idi-ess making. Mrs. F. H. Morse goes ing play, 1'syche, M. JJ. ; noxt Weck to Now York to purchase her The next meeting of the Allianeo i spring millinery. Mrs. A. E. Woods Study Class will bo held at tho recep- ; returns today from Holyoko when -ho tionatroom tho Brooks House on Mon- thus been for u few weeks. Mrs. .! ate day evening next at half seven o'clock. Burchard left Wednesday for -ew lhesubiect is woman s suffrage. Papers, torn to spend a few weens with lvev. by Mrs O. D. Esterbrook and Miss Cdall and Mrs. F. J. Parry. E. J. Dcvine, All members are cordially invited. j who has been on tho road as advance Tho Christian Endeavor Society of ! "Bent "r 9: J- clacV, Old l.euoo the Congregational church held a most j ia"r ..returnee! home ftaturuay interesting missionary meeting Sunday j '"Y""'!"". """ l";KU 'lo c"u " evening. The meeting was conducted I by Miss Minerva Tyler, chairman of . " . s. "T ' . the Missionary committee and inter- jKutland and Chester. -Mrs. J. Morsu esting anecdotes were read about tho ' loav' 8 l"!s ft,'eK. .,or a 8tay Agnv loiwuiOWiw i varioui. ieid. ol work. I nuuu iVt "IT'S" . -1 -.V. H, " Dr. and Mrs. E. S. Bowon enter-ifr-,i xi r. a n w riT talned a party of some fifty of thoir , wife Mt Frk,.,v for a Rix v6ek,a friends with eix handed euchro at thoir home on High street Saturday evening. ha8J rntui.ne1 from Kefreshmonts were served during tho i ealanil X H MORSE & EDCETT, "REAL ESTATE "fiSli 61 MAIN STREET. Send fur Catalusrui'. t7tf i'raternliy Xotcs. I'lH llt'liukjilij met in Dili Kt'llmv hull Tut.- . i lay t'vt'ninjr an, aftor the work rcirc-iinn nts ! ol roftt.'O iiml rake were fst'rveil. A huiiiIilt j of the )hhii Ktlior Loiljre of llliindalc wore prt'sfiit. Three new members were taken into J the Mtriety. ( Columbian I.uio No 3fi heM a meeting Tucs ) l,'ty night nmJ worked the iiml decree. A regular iiiuctiiijr of Fort iKiTnmcr Itoyal Arch chapter No. la wan hehl ia?t event ii)r aii'J lhe'4tu tlegrec eoufcrred. 1 A Younir. D I G M. went to Town-hrm veMerdav t witnei theeonferrlmj of the ;!nl dc-jfree ly niazinjc Star 1-oiljte, V A A M. SUGGESTIONS FOR I SING tiive trie aoiign ainpif and knead thoroughly tunc Just tlie texture of hiviul and also putting into pans. kiioudinr inipn" 'Un ' NOKTHEKN SI PPLT CO., Millers' Ants.. Burlinsrton. VI. ; ISfll. tlin nlnintilT liurchasod of linker tO l'lSe ; tho mnrtrr:nT und onto luivirn' thir.fiiro before j t200. which was then its face value;' I that afterwards the defendant sold the ' . ;otner horse; that in .way, isi'.i, the i lllljirovos the ! mortgage bring- unsatisfied the plain- j ' tjtT demanded the property covered by I it antl foreclosed his mortgage upon , suit of the properly as he t-uiihl tind. ; realizing only euoui h to pay a j.i'ior mortgage and leaving hnu whuliy un satishcd, whereupon this smr brought. Cliurcll Notices. Services in St MlcliaeU Eplwopal cliurcll Sun ilav fourtli la lent 130 a in. Holy Commuuion Kilio a in. Morning I'ravcr ami ScVmou 11 t.i a in. Sunday School anil c.i cclilsinjr, . p in Kveniujr pravcr. Services on lunilay anl Krlday morn. Inu'il o.clock on Krlilav nnJSalurilav attcrnoon tltoo'cloi-k, Ittrtor'H cla lor liiblc sttnly every Krinuv evening inri!i!r Lent at 7 so o'ck'4. The Uiblc class of the Kpiscopa! church met with Ucv W II Collins in the choir room b'ri'lav uijrht ami will continue to ilo so each Kritlay tlur. lux Lent. Mrs L l Temple will apcali in the Rapti?t clmrch next Snmlay evenlmr. .Mornili? wor.hip iu the Vnivemalist church next Snn'iav at the usual hour with prcncliimr bv the paor, ihcine ".lcsus anil Crime", the hccoiiiI iu Lemon services, Mumlay schtwl anil pa.-tor's llible class at 11:4.; Junior Y ' 1' C Lninn 3 p in; V 1' C I'nlon. 7 p m. All nre cor-ili.-iltv luviteil to these meetings. There will lie a preaching in the Advcut church Stiniiay niijlit at 7 o'clock. No services ut .lit. ru uccouut ot the pastor beirg In Vernon. .VKWB FLASHES. j evening and tbo prizes were awarded ! as follows: 1st ladies. Mrs. George j Hvder. 2nd. ladies. Mrs. C. M. 0. Richardson; 1st. gents. Col. Geo. W. j Hookor, 2nd. gents, Chas. II. Pratt, j l he Lathoiic society are to give a sociable at Grange hall next Tuesday evening, March lith. The young miics of the Sodality will have a tancy latile. A program consisting of in strumental and vocal music, will be iven. Banquet hall has been secured where ice cream, cake and coffee will ' served. One of those thoroughly enjovable social occasions, with ii"thi:)g still :ibotii it anil characterized by that fac ulty in making everybody plunge ar once lnio a men time' . v.uirh tortus the art of entertaining, was the dancing and card partv given bv Mr. and Mrs. GcM.K.Kichurd sand Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Durgiu at the Brooks ''oiise Wednesday vening. About 1011 of their friends responded M the invitations. The guests worn reiceiv.'d in the pai lur, aft-T which they udjjuriieii to the din ing hall where dancing was enjoyed, Messrs Spear and Wales furnishing mu sic. Those not wishing to dance en joyed cards iu the parlor. A lino col- : latum wan served iu tho reception room where a table was spread which; was handsomely ornamented with a hu ge center piece of Easter lilies with a border of daffodils. The party broke up at midnight after an enjoyable oven ing and were taken to their respective homes ou tho electrics, a special cur being chartered for th' occasion. The; guests from out of town were: F. A. ' Howe and wifo of Keene, Horace W. ' White and wifo of Windsor. Conn.. Ed ' Stratton nf Northampton, Mass., Mr Lhas. Kisby and Mrs. Edward of New York citv. Too much soap is ruins them; use less. -V. W. Boycton two weeks bad for i-l'ofhesi . wcek'a J Dvcton :.ks at V Prominent registries at the ! House this week havo included .Cheney of Hoosick Falls, N. Y., Greenwood and wife of Ashbuir. 'Mass.. Mrs. C. H. Uodenburgh of ton, ('. B. Wingate of Syracuse, N. ; and (!us McDermott of Trenton. who all n.atle a stay of a day or Over-Sunday guests were Henry A r f i rovident'i'. I-rnneis J. I V: Brooklvn. J. D. T. Traill. C. and Klisha Fiagg of New York. . W. Drown of Providence, R. J. Jr.ks C. A. Moseis r.i.aoi. Uos v.. - . ,7.. two, :;olu of (', I'll.' V. M. C. A. Notes. The meeting Smi.lny afternoon will I ili-c-scii by ) K Ciuuiuin of Costal;, turned mlssiona'-y. The members of tlic assin iatioi! Kl!. ehi jrci.f services. ;it the clmi'el in Nort .i dale Sunday. The second term of the Workers 1'r ela-s will eomtnenee Stmd:iy at 3 o'eli".'' ccciiin the yo'Hi; men's meeting. There are still four weeks left to Hie I contest which Is, prxirressins finely , II"' c twin: all th:if could be desired.) lliiskrl itall Game. The V M t; A basket ball team met and eil ihe Northampton tenni in a auie oi 1 bail at the Armory Mondny eveliio.c. leaine opened at elht o'clock shai'P, tl.i boys appearing for t lie llrst lime in 11:1:: uuitorms, which were white with wine e. trimniiiiirs. Ilnttlleboro out-played h-'.' nents at every point, especially tiitrlDtr tin1 tcu minutes ol tlte g:oue, wuen tne .ir tons picked up a little. The home team k- u:.ii near their basket nearly tne wneie .- ail :t rc- I a v c tcinr , Jrc- :;eut-;:i-kct Tho liomt : Ttetv -'ored OlMH)- nrst the f the 111 A- i The Ha-e Case. W14 ' 1 oc r ran. Ii I im.YC mill muicsi ,n. i,..u oilier licai-tna- in the hast Cambridge, Mass, pro ' l,,te ..nnrt thl. w.,ek. Mrs Haves, a Weiitliers- 1 l)ii i nfiiiiifunl r.Mlllio.l til:,! III. ljr ..:..!, I 1.: I. .tn ihi. .ihuiI l..llfvlnr to 111. reek horse sold, which w as after the mort- I lesniess and improvidence an.l insaiie.lelusu.in . . .....,: r . among tiieiu the niea tnat nerson iiaromwas gag.' came into toe possession of the , , ,lt(.auaet wnu-li he willed Ills moncr piaintm. was som wiiu tne A. -tut. E. E. BLOOD ACO ,VR.-li,,n'tf T?et that we keeps liist-claw l-iunl andTransieut suible. lueri h. ., .irjTat, Mle of Kui-nltnre and "..-li.,;,l r,.,,),.,, the jlt,1pe cllTk place on irt'rt' " -durday and Mondny. ManH 'h J,,1'- lr 9-.m. , 6 p. in. if you need .ihr:u the way of house turnlihlnff. "'J bargain, a- everything will lie tola. 4 iixvn vtine Hh.,i r.verv imy until July.' Importinceotiniric t.urujH-ai .1 Iu m i fiiUl n HOliL hllllft Inr sunnili's. ccklv lmpon- -.'.--' .; ' -. ".,.. .r reouireiiH.ui-. Ilus-ia lia nuy niniior- ".7 ."-i--.. 'winl. - -t beat plant: twenty mi Isn's ;l ;. '" ,,!.. I..-I c:.riulnite,lMite; ,. : "' ,.;,, f;. ni lion-. i.-s in i.mi.e.- "" ' -:...-;, mean - ten .-.nt III v -ceil.- Mi:'-. -, .1,,., M ,:i proilt " .... . ,:i)t. wall a tie,!,-. ;7...i.'. f Hi-iit. Mc ro,,- a.in !';! In ," .' i. and make Si per hU. "J Write p.itlietil.i.-!'. ' Barlir.rtori.Vt and consent of the plaintitl : tliat tht horse was lame anil nseli-ss and tho plaintiir said Id him. "Why ilont' yon trade him and get one you can use."' The defendant also -'aimed that three horses were rot worth as much elatnieti by the plaintiff and produced witnesses to support thin riitiin, in cluding veteran Oscar E. Davis, who 'peered ut the jury from h.-l.iml a bushy beard anil with a sly li.rst trade" twinkle in his rye ailruttiti that he"bad never kept track of hov many horses he had tiiidcd for I'xeept during one year and that year tli' number wasS-l." The plaintiff iieiiic.1 giving any permission to seil the piop 'nrtvoranvof it after he became the owner of the motrtgage. loiowlege I away from tlieiu. A Murderess at Twrlre. Miun'e Swunxer, the li yearold Altoona, Pa, child whop accd u dose of "rouRh-on-ra.s" In the tatntlv roficc iKit, from wlilcll her uncle, William Mcltri?K..r, died, and her grandmother and eousm liave iml. vet recovereil, pleaded yester- its w;ts 1 'lay to nierdrr in the second degree. 1 The Imadsome Dmldinitortlie Poie Mannfae J turlair Co uis badlv ilamape by fire yesterday ; nfleruiin aod destroyed nearly Wu a-hecls la--I des some jOi llres." 1 i;tuie.. 5laceo, Licret and other leaders Ikive j I jiinci forces and there l considerable uneasi-! , iie.s manifested in official cln-les in regard to j ' thu fact. Ncnrtv a dozen American citizens are I : !ugiii.-tiin;;l!i prison with no pro?.pcrts 1.1 au I early trial althouii theiv is no i-videte of J ; crime. ! nrst haif and during tins halt three basket, verv secured for them and none for the visitii.g o ani, Ounlcvv making two and Sandei-o one :.r die home Wivs. M the opening ot the seconl .'tab the Nortiianlptotis played a harder ;at .mil scoured a Oitskcl within live minute- oi tbc uaciiiu: of tne beeond half. Then llrnulciHuv Bunco I licpaulo p.av her old game and tiiroiialt tlic iclp 01 D.innicls Dunlevy made two more l asiets. ! The urettiest throw of ihe evenlmr ivn- made 1- , ' bv the lrttter Ironi the side nud ltf useil .-. storm . w 11 as oiiofi. j f apiihins. At lbs close thc.ecore tei ... ' in lirottletioi-o's favor. -I'll., h,.. tin nrn 11s tnllols "Suead ttte I'aruua waert. ' .. ,,11 r.- 1 1 r i Norlhiimpion Mrs. Charles Kisbv and Mrs. I HhwIcIitIi I. K Bunco left vesterdav for their homes j t'over ltf 1 in New York city. Mr. and Mrs. J. ; hVltL. iC.: R. Fitzgerald, who has been visiting : t arturight It G her parents , Mr. and Mrs. John Aher, ! The Ihij-s mi to Ituilund Saturday to 1 left Tuesdav to visit in Windsor and i V l C A tea m Mere and Wednesday toe f 'l-iromont V H hrfor roturnini' to i 1110 "tous Itiver team at the Armory. L-i.iremoni. ,11.. nt tore n turning jo lt je fx Ci wj w rhtM yeomen, n - her home 111 6t. Albans. Miss Alinni.i ! siaealiave on a game and tliisni". L. Twist, who has been the guest tho ; "rnblier". past weck of Mrs. Ralph Chamber- 1 Uso less soap. lain, returned to her Worcester Mass., - - homo Monday. Mrs. M. M. Mil-' kiw iu Marlboro. ler returned to Now York Satur-1 J. D. Larueu's barn on the. oiii' day. Miss Hattio Jones r-ituroe.l to , j,j.,c,)" in v..i Marlboro was her duties in Boston Monday after : M t;m Kr)mhj Fridav evening, r- spending several days th l er ;arents : ,.t)llte,)i8 f hay though the st.-i- here--Mrs. Amelia DavenMiit left yes- ifilvr,l. Mr. Larr.td was fec ii... terday for hr-r home in Broad Bnmk, 1 Ptv'K lind .t the lantern on !; Ct.. after a stay of several weel;e at A. ; w , b,. w,.nt round th" .1 C. Davenport's. : t.j fot-.l th other stock und son - . 10 1 ti.ire- iader '..-.lew .ndin -.::iels !lwc. i- the Orauffe Nute. The educat.nnal club of the crance tr.ct Or Hamilt.ui Saturday evening aiel laid cut a plan of sT'.dv. Ice cream ami e-.ke were served bv Mrs linmllton iluring the evening. "got into the room and tipped ; tern over aim in a moment tc wiih i arasi bevond control. There w. insmatics' in the Vermont through Sherman t- Jenne. iir.j Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report ' 1 ' tiered a verdict for the plaintiff to re cover cl.'.."!. Waterman, Martin I Hitt for plaintiff. Kobb and k Stoddard for defendant. The Kentucky Senatorial Fignt Is suli ffoing. The Uepnblicans have an out ,inl mil mIvit roiiii fur s new candidaie. Wed- I he jury rell- , an j ,,;.,!, iimn-c, In-cause the bouse unseated a leiii.smt. llioairn ilie cnte.tMl.i iia.l Willi i drawn and win u.4 lake bis seat and the m-ii.iic ... . Ivl.l.-ll'i " l.irjouK uui l.u uic IiaSUlD- I,.... Ti... I eu iK-rat. have hr4 amiiner OH-mlMT by death.