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VOL. XVIII NO. 38. HYDE PARK. VTm WEDNESDAY, JULY 12 , 1899. TEEMS $1.25. NEWS AND CITIZEN. (News Established in 1877. Citizen Established in 1872. United November 15, ISSl. Published Kvery Wednesday by Lamoille PublishinglCo. at Morrisville, nnd entered at tbe Morrisville Postottiee as second-class mail matter. fg- This blue X means that yrrnr subscription expires with this number, and that no more papers trill be sent you unless your sub script Ion is renewed. Henew at once so as to receive next issue of paper. BUSINESS CARDS. STONE'S ORCHESTRA. MUSTC FURNISHED FOR CONCERTS, Wedding-", Lawn Parties, Promenades, Dancing, and nil occasions where music 13 required. Violin Lesson; Hows Iteliaired; Violins for sale. P. K. Stone, Morrisville. II. J. LILLEY & CO., IRACTICAL CNUEliT A K KRS. Embalm in" a specialty. Telephone connection " " Hyde Park, t. W. L. AD.UiS, V. S.. VETFIHSAHY SURGEON & PHYSICIAN. Eijiiine surgerv nnd dentistry a spec ialty. Residence on W Main Street, (Telephone.) Mohuisvillk, 1 T. U. W. DOTY, PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER AND FU ueral director. Kuilialinmg u specialty. JAMES W. ROIJRINS, M.D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office and residence at M rs. r. Hall's, Park St., Morrisillc, Yt. Icle-pnone. con nection. A. J. VALLEAU, M.D., C. M. o FFICE HOURS until 111 a. in., from 1 to : p.m.. and trotn . 10 p. ' 1 " 'nee opposite Ilia P.lock, Wolcott, t. residence oppi Telephone , J. Ai UOI3LNSON, DENTIST. Booms, Corner Brick Mock, near The Randall. Painless method, gas, !,, ,.te used. Suecial attention civcn to nnnointnients trotn out f town. Ollice hoim 8 to 12, 1 to C ville, Yt. No. S Portland -St., .Morns. DIt. A. A. MIXOTT. DENTAL l'Vltf.OUS. -In Purling Block, Morrisvlle, VU, where lie is prepared to do all kinds of Modem Dentistry. Oflice hours from 8 :so a. m to )i -:m p. in., 1 au to 5 p. m. CEORCE E. GOODWIN, Nl. D., -VIYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office liours troin 7 to !l a.m. and tlto ft p. in. Johnson, T. Fresh TomaSoe and CUCUMBERS. New Potatoes and Cabbage. Also, a fuli variety of strictly first-class GROCERIES, all at the proper prices at T. B. ELLIS' Grocery, Portland St., MORRISVILLE. Wanted Eggs ! F0UJlcl--l'rcs'a California Fruit aed Seasonable Vegetables, at J. F. THOMAS,' Center l'ortland St.. Morrisville, Vt. 0. L. WOODS, THE TAILOR, is up-to-date with a full line of new and attractive Suitings at REASONABLE PRICES 1 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Portland Street. - Morrisville, Yt. Lamoille County, For Summer of 1800: At Hyde Park, July 17 and 18 Jefferson ville, July 19 and 20; Stowe, July 21 and 22. Work hci'in, at 10 a. in. on first day at each place. All thinking of teaching should take these public examinations. School directors should urge teachers to renew or secure cer tificates. Sonic towns have already used full number of permits allowed. 'I here are yet two terms of school for the year. Five towns in the enmity were short of teachers this spring. Those desiring to enter the formal Schools may take these examinations. K. L. 1NG ALLS, Examiner. HviiK Park, June 27, mo. Solid Steel Scythes, 50,35,00, & G5c Cherry and Ash Snaths, 50 and 75c Whet Stones and Hay Rakes nt EUR, lie lit MCf, KELT lljile Park, Yt. Jtenew your suI'M-ription promptly. Pic Teacners iiii H0 BUSINESS NOTICES. Wanted Two girls to work in hotel. J. A. Farrell, Cambridge Junction. For Sale. One two-seated Surrey, nearly new. w ill sell cheap nnd on easy terms. S. B. Waite, Hyde Park. Notice I hive twenty acres of grass that I wish to have cut on shares. Apply at puce. Also for sale, Ladders ; will sell at cost. 8. li. May, Hyde Park. Ice Cream. Made in two flavors straw berry fruit, nnd vanilla can be had nt all hours at Dwiuell's drug store, either by tbe dish, quart or gallon. Seasonable Goods Honey Bee Flour, nice fat red Salmon, big thick Codfish. Red l.ion .Inn Ten, lievere Java Coffee, Crackers, Cakes, Cookies, etc. 11. aite, Morrisville, t. For Sale. A fine roll top desk and three lnrge snfes, now in the court bouse at Hyde Park. They will be sold very cheap if taken at orce. Enquire of E. ( . bite, at the Pro- but e Office. Sun Bonnets. For Camping, Golf or Cy cling every Indy needs one. The latest sail ors and walking hats, and a few more trimmed hats nt ore third former price. Maiiy E. Moody, Main street, Morrisville. Buy the White Sewing Machine, if you de sire ii perfect worker. 1 also fell Bobbins, Kulibets. Bells, Oil Cans and .eedle-i. Agency for Baldwin - Hi frigerators. Crown and Car penter Organs Rt E. G. Wilson 'n furniture Store, Morrisville. Wanted A few more men to travel: ex perience not nere-sarv. W ill pay from fbt) to $HQ per month and expenses. All wanting work call on or nddrcss Monarch Agency, Hotel Randall, Mdrrisville, Vt. Notice. The moving of buildings or the raising or lowering them is my regular nusi-te-is as successor to the late Orville I'.eed. Also make a specialty of repairing bridges. Prices moderate. Address A. S. Moodie, box 107 Morrisville, A't. Notice. Beware of peddlers and spert ule venders who claim to be professors, etc. If you have any eye tronbli come and see us. We are here to stay. e do yon good or no pay. Uthce Main street, wilder s store, ex amination free. Come iu. In office Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, every week. messeii, Optical Specialist. TI. J. Dwinell is agent for Montpelier Steam Luiindrv : work sent every Tuesday night, re turned Friday. Work called for and deliv ered if parties desire. Special pains tHken with all work and satisfaction guaranteed or money relunded. To the delight of ladies we cleanse and do up Ladies' Shirt Waists, without tnkinir out the color or having the colors run. The Peerless Mfg. Co. will commence work July 11th, lHO'J, after their usual summer vacation. They would like to employ filty more ladies to run power sewing machines on underwear und skirts. Will give stendy work and good wages.- Call at once or ad dress the company, stating age and previous occupation. Peerless Mfo. to., liarton, v t. LOCAL NEWS. MORRISVILLE. Will Delano its ou tbe eiek list. C, II. Slotum went to Boston Tues day. G. A. week. Barrows was in Newport last Geo. Mower wns in Franklin county last week. The coal men are busy filling orders for winter fu'jl. Carroll Spnuidins ia (upending the week in Barre. Miss Flora Terrill has been visiting friends in Middlebury. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Beebe were in Cnnibridge over Sunday. Louis Champeau is here from Bos ton for a short vacation. Miss Cora Woodward is at home from her Burlington trip. II. J. Dwinell was transuding busi ness iu Montpelier Tuesday. F. G. Fleetwood paid St. Johns bury a business visit Tuesday. Mrs. C. A. Dodge's residence on Congress street is being re-shingled. Ilichard L?ach has eone to Bran don, where he has a position in a store. Mrs. LI. Waite left yesterday for a short sojourn in Albergh and other places. Yernon Holbrook finished his va riation Tuesday and returned to Bur lington. Miss Alice M. Collins of Ilillsboro Bridge, X. II., is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. J. Robinson. This is the vacation period, lots coming and going but printers go on without any vacation. Mrs. F. C. Browning of St. Johns bury came here last Friday to visit her husband, who is in L. B. Boyn ton's shoe store. Mrs. B. II. Sanborn, Mrs. llannah Doty, and Miss Rosa Doty went to Greensboro Monday to occupy the Sanborn cottage. The lumber for the new school house is being delivered on the site. It is now expected that the excava ting for the basement will be com menced the latter part of this week. C. A. Rich left Monday on his an nual visit to his children, going first to Rutland, thence to New Hamp shire, and later to Loweville, N. Y. He will be gone three or four weeks. After a week's shut down the gran ite sheds started up Monday morn ing and the work of shaping rough granite into beautiful works of art was resumed with all its wonted ac tivity. To-morrow will be a great day with the young people and some old ones who desire to take in the excur sion to Providence Islnnd. It is n pleasant trip to tnke nnd the price re;isona!Je ?i.2.j from this station. The Ladies' Aid of the M.E. church meet in their vestry, July 19. Supt. Gordon is shipping 15 tons of fibre 'board to Kennebunk, Me., this week. Mrs. E. E. Evans of St. Johnsbury was the guest of Mrs. E. A. Hart last Thursday. They do say that Carl Gile plays the roll of the old style pedagogue to perfection. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Morse went to Jeffersonville yesterday to visit their son Leroy. Mrs. U. S. Itowe is now boarding at Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Joslyn's ou Main street. Mrs. F. E. Ehlred and daughter Maude from St. Albans are visiting Mrs. II. Aller. Dr. E. W. Cullpy is back from Kirks ville, Mo., where he has been study ing Osteopathy. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bvron Lambert of Edn were guests of Mr J. E Imunds, Friday. ami ..urs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wheelockcame up from Boston Saturday evening and are stopping at Dorchester Heights. Walter Hill is making a combined business and pleasure trip up St. Johnsbury way, his wife accompany ing him. It is pleasant to note that C. W. Greene is getting along finely, and it is hoped will soon be able to be out of doors. Mrs. Mary Blossom of Winooski, sister of G. F. Small, returned to her home Saturday, after a few days' stay here. Clarence Booth and wife of North field visited Dr. nnd Mrs. I. P. Booth several days last week, returning home Friday. While splitting wood last Satur day, II. W. Smith received the full force of the axe on his foot, making a bad wound. The foundation for Bedell's Maple street tenement has progressed far enough to enable the structure to be placed thereon. W. L. Messer has had his resi dence re-painted and the grounds graded, which adds greatly to the appearance of the premises. Prof. A. L. Hardy and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Munson for several days last week. From here they went to Caspian Lake. A very fine picture of the U. S. Sen ate, after it had passed the famous "0.000,OAO w"rlnRTi last, yeae, c-gt be seen in the omce ot l he uanclall. Two catch basins have been put in on Summer street, at its junction with Union street, and one on Main street, in front of the Wilder building. Win, E trie has moved to his farm, over beyond the Boardman mill, and is now a full fledged tiller of the soil. This will tuake Mr. and Mrs. Earle a very pleasant home. Miss Florence M. Bryant is home from Fort Plain, N. Y., acr-ompanied bv Miss Jessie Tanner of Fort Piaiu. They visited friends in Boston and vicinity on the home trip. r. A. Eggleston and family were in ton Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Eggleston, was born here, but went away about 20 years ago. Her maiden name was Alice Adams. Perley Howard and BlaDche Dar ling were in Calais over Sunday with Miss Myrtie Darling. She accompan ied them to Marshfield on a visit to Fred Darling's family and friends. Miss Marv Strong, who has been spending a part of hpr vacation here, left to-day, for Waterford, Me., where she will meet Mr. and Mrs. John Hyatt Brewer, after which she goes to Boston to resume her work of teaching. Some favored ones have been hav ing new potatoes for the past ten daj's, but the early crop is Dot nu merous enough to appear on t he mar ket. The quality is said to be excel lent, but it takes a good many of tte tubers to make a bushel. B. A. Palmer was away from his work at the station the past week, spending a portion of the time in Boston and Mystic, P. Q. During his absence, Wm. Meade ot Johnson and Fred Peck, alternated in slinging lightning in the way of telegraphing, L. P. Booth of Randolph, who is proprietor of a photographic studio at Randolph, was visiting his parents here from Saturday night until Tues day morning. His friends here are pleased to learn that he is having a prosperous business. The morning service at the Congre gational church last Sunday ws Badly interrupted by the sudden ill ness of the pastor, Rev. G. N. Kellog(r, so no sermon was preached. Tte Sunday-school was held at the usual hour. The friends of Mr. Kellogg were glad to note that he was able to be about Monday. The Camp Meeting Association h(s engaged Rev. Ralph Oilman oi Mal ford, Mass., said to be one of the most successful evangelists in Niw England, Rev. G. W. Hunt, formery of the New England Southern Coa ference, W. S. Smitbers of St. Albats, nnd others. Eminent divines from other districts in the Conference will also assist. Miss Anna Chaplin of Enosburg Falls is visiting at A. A. Niles'. E. A. Soule and wife of St. Albans were in town last Friday and took dinner at The Randall. A son came to Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fairbanks Sunday morninir, claim ing care and atten tion. Miss Plumma Darling has for guests the Misses Lila and Mildred Woodbury of Burlington. Royal Peck has completed the re building of his Cherry Avenue tene ment, and is taking a rest. Sheriff Stevens invaded this town yesterday and captured six good and true men to serve as jurors. Mrs. Frank Simpson and children returned from their St. Johnsbury visit last Saturday evening. Miss Emma Larabee went to Piich ford this morning, where 6he has a situation in a summer hotel. Mrs. P. Peck nnd Mrs. W. Wood ruff are visiting the former's daugh ter, Mrs. I). E. Foster, at Barre. Airs. C. W. Clark of Westfield was here Friday and Saturday on a visit to her sister, Mrs. H. J. Edmunds. Mrs. Edna Blair, who has been working some time in a Burlington laundry, was at home over Sunday. W. B. Patch has the thanks of ye editor for a mess of those early pota toes he raises. They were as tooth some as could be desired. Mrs. Chas. Hill and dnught.er of New Haven, Conn., were here several days last week ou a visit to her sis ter, Mrs. W. 0. Rocheleau. Mrs. II. R. Marvin and son Roy, who have been visiting Miss Lillian Patten the past week, returned to her home in Sheldon yesterday. Geo. M. Powers has the ground staked out for the new residence he is to build on the north-east corner of Congress and Union streets. Geo. Milo who went to Swanton last. Thursday to visit his wife and child, came back Tuesday and re sumed work in Gile fc Churchill's store. D. P. Healey went to White Biver Junction Friday to meet his wife, who had been visiting there Home time. Both returned here Monday night. Dr. Rublee went to Burlington last evening to attend a meetinrr of the State Board of Health, leaving his practice in charge of Dr. L. J. Marshall. Mrs. Maria Tinker and Miss Maud Booth !p1: j'ppterrtj" to attend the 10th Annual National Convention of the Y. P. C. U.. held this year at Lynn, Mass. Mrs. E. J. Merrill has closed her dressmaking establishment for a few weeks, and gorif to the Summit Mouse, Mt. Mansfield, to remain until about S?pt. 1. W. B. Patch and family were in Stannard last week on a visit. Miss Lulu Burroughs returned with them last Thursday. Miss Lizzie Patch of Waterbury is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Patch this week. C. W. Earle of Middlebury and Dr. A. A. Minott Sundayed on Mount Mansfield. The day was not very auspicious for sightseeing, but Land lord Churchill's hospitality made the liours pass pleasantly. Friday of this week the ladies of the Cong'l church will serve one of their regular dime suppers at 5:30 o'clock, to which every one is cor dially invited. Missionary meeting at 3:30, business meeting at 4:30. At the coming Lamoille County Fair a cash premium of $5 will be paid for the best exhibit of Vegeta bles raised from the W. Atlee Burpee & Co. seeds. Buyers of these seeds should bear this in mind. Lake Elmore has been a favorite resort with a good many Morrisville people duriDg the past two weeks, some going for a day's stay, others remaining a week or more. It is a very pleasant place, and destined to become more popular as theyears go by, as it is easy of access. Henry E. West, a prominent busi ness man of Milwaukee, Wis., has caused to be placed in the Universa list church, a memorial window lear- ihg the inscription, "In memory of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. West and daugh ter, Helen West Gates." J. P. West was the first Deacon of the church. The work of re-building tbe New England telephone line has been pushed with vigor, and the setting of new poles began on rortiana street Monday. The line entering tbe vil lage follows the railroad right of way striking Portland street at Wilson's store. The poles used are very large and tall. Ex-Presiding Elder L. 0. Sherburne of Enosburg rails, and Rev. Geo. W . Sanborn of St. Albans Bay, were in town for a brief while Monday, en route for Elmore, where a very hap py home wedding was heldthntafter- noon, the bride being jvnss Pvelyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Bangs, and the groom Rev. Geo. W. Sanborn. Kev. Air. Sherburne otnciat ing. After a brief visit at Laconin, N. II.. the "twain of yesterday" will go to St. Albans Bay. Their Mor risville friends unite with others in extending hearty congratulations. Dr. W. G. Church of Burlington, was in town Monday attending to professional business and answering the greetings of old-time friends. While here he performed an opera tion for the removal of a cystic growth from the throat of Miss Flor ence Billings. The doctor and Mrs. Church are planning to spend a short vacation here during the summer. The many friends of Rev. D. E. Croft will be pleased to read the fol lowing from the Daily Saratogian of Saratoga Springs, N. Y.: Rev. I"). Iv. Croft and family, who have been stopping here for several months, will leave to-morrow morning for Greenfield, Mass., where they will spend several weeks with friends, niter which they will spend the sum mer in Morrisville, Vt. Mr. Croft has re ceived n flattering offer for his entire time for the lecture platform, but has declined, as he will assume a pastorate iu the autumn, giv ing only a part of his time to lecture work. The Lyceum Bureaus which handle Mr. Croft's work have already thirteen weeks of engagements for him. HYDE PARK. Col. McFarland was in Montpelier today. Capt. S. B. Waite was ia Hardwiek Monday. Sheriff Stevens is after the unli censed dogs. Mrs. John Hardy returned to Bos ton Tuesday. Mrs. C. II. Crane visited friends in Hardwiek last week. Miss Nellie Sargent of Stowe visited friends here Tuesdav. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. S. Lach were in Fletcher over Sunday. Mrs. C. S. Page and daughter were in St. Johnsbury Monday. II. A. Scott and wife of Craftsbury were guests at F. R. Child's Friday. Will Harris and family visited fiiends in Enosburg Falls 'last week. Miss Blanche Foss of Morrisville spent Sunday with Miss Maud Bai ley. Dr. Melville of Bakersfield was in town the first of the week, visiting friends. Misses Bertha and Lena Minor have returned from The Thousand Islands. R. W. Hulburd and daughters, Maijorie and Emily, were in Jericho Monday. The selectmen have repaired the bridge. over Boardman brook, doing a good job. Miss Alice Page spent Sunday in Waterbury with her friend, Miss Pearl Randall. Geo. Parker has with his familv taken up his abode in theSlicerhouse on Depot street. Miss Lottie Lacey of Burlington spent the Sabbath with her friend, Mrs. Mary Hand. Harry Burnham and wife of Wood bury spent Tuesday with I. C. Vaughn n's people. Mrs. Rossie Bennett Rooney visited relatives and called on old friends here the past week. A picnic was verv much enioved by Miss Belle Havens and her Sunday school class to-day. Miss Fannie Parkhurst cf St. Johnsbury was a guest of the Misses Sawyer a lew days hst week. V. L. Blodgett has purchased of H. M. McFarland the tenement now oc cupied by Geo. Seymour nnd takes possession soon. F. L. Lilley was in Yergennes, Bris tol and Ludlow last week on wagon business. This week he is at North field, Randolph and vicinity. Misses Hallie and Fanny Kelton, daughters of Judge Kelton of Mont gomery, were the guests of Miss Ber ta Cheney several days last week. At the Rebekahs' meeting last even ing one candidate was inducted into tbe mysteries of the order, after which ice cream and cake were served. Miss Anna Lilley returned Satur day night from Proctor, where she has been visiting her friend, Mrs. Chas. Riley, since the U. V. M. com mencement. Miss Jennie Carpenter, formerly of Waterville, but now employed at the Industrial School in Middletown. Conn., visited at Mrs. Glen Wilkins' the past week. S. B. Pinney of Greensboro was in town Monday. He stopped with J. W. Noble, somewhat compulsory, we Judge, as Joe had him by the collar when we saw him. We would judge that Dr. Marvin Goddard's business was increasing from the fact that he has an assist ant. The little fellow is a recent arri val and of course is "the best baby that ever was." An axle on Forster's bakery cart broke Tuesday afternoon while on a delivery trip, causing a little discom moding to the management, but John " got onto his job ' pretty quick by securing another wagon. Frof. Ingalls nnd bride will come to town the last of the week for a short stay. The Prof, is county ex aminer and will pive attention to that duty next week. Consult advt. on the first page of this paper for time and places. Chas. Biley of Proctor is spending a week in town, stopping with his aunt, Mrs. A. L. Goddard. On Sunday he assisted the choir nt the Congrega tional, church and reudeml a very beautiful offertory, which was greatly appreciated by the audience. Earl Jordan of Wolcott, who has been at the Mary Fletcher Hospital in Burlington the past four weeks, has returned and is spending a fow days here with Jas. EatoD. Earl underwent an operation for appendi citis, which was very successful. It. L. Fairbanks devotes just a lit tle time to buying wool. Thus far this year he has taken in about 23,300 pounds, paying 17 cents per pound. Last year "be took in 17,000 pounds and paid 18 and 20 cents, the latter price for over half of it. A fine picture of the U. S. Senate has been placed in the Tha-nix office, The picture, which advertises a cer tain brand of cigars, is well worthy of inspection, as it gives a clear and distinct picture of the faces of the several Senators noted, as well as otherwise. The first real old-fashioned rain for many weeks was that which set in about 3 o'clock Sunday morning and kept at it continuously until about 5 p. m. Crops were in bad shape but this downfall of "humidity" has helped them wonderfully and all na ture is greatly revived. Chas. Whitcomb is shipping his fa mous strawberries to a grocery firm in Burlington, who retail them for 15 cents. When in Burlington theother day we noticed a crate of these ber ries and they were much fresher and finer looking than several other crates from other places. The Orleans County Monitor of Monday says: "Mr. J. A. Crane of Greensboro made the Monitor office a pleasant call last week. Mr. Crane is in this vicinity as a special agent for C. S. Page, and is selling Page's Poultry Food. Mr. Crane reports a very large sale of the poultry food in this county." J. S. Waite's place at the west end has been greatly improved by the addition of verandas and extensive improvements upon the house, mak ing it a very pleasant home. This is one of the pleasantest places in the village, commanding a delightful yhw up nnd down the river, and for sunset views none better can be found. " Prospect Point " is a good name for the place. A lawsuit between Carlos Jones and Mrs. Kose Garrow, to recover possession of what is known as the Noble place and rent for same, was ' brought at the court house Friday morning nnd occupied nearly allday. R. W. Hulburd appeared for the plaintiff and Powers A; Cheney lorthe defendant. Jones claimed that the defendant had violated the contract and was misusing the property. A verdict was rendered that Mrs. GarV row should retain possession of tbes property, rent to be payable accord ing to her understanding of the con tract. The jury drawn were Judge Waite. John Finnegan, J. S. Leach, C A. Slay ton. E. L. Noyes, F. P. Hill. Geo. Town, the Deputy Sheriff, has a great fondness for dogs, shepherd dogs in particular. The other day he went over to Frank Whitcomb's and traded for a pup. Town was to pay .$3.00 for it and instructed Whit comb to leave it at Sheriff Stevens'. Now it appears' that Gus Robbins wanted this same dog and he told Town, when George related his pur chase to him, that he wanted that dog and would get it. Well, Town has been wailing all the?e days for the dog and as it has not appeared the conclusion is that Gus has paid 50 cents spot cash and was given the dog, Whitcomb thinking 50 cents in the hand was worth considerable more than $3 00 promised, Anyway Town says he will have that purp if he has to go up to Eden and steal it. Perhaps Gus may have something to say about that. County court resumed business at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning. The case of State vs. Harry Switzer of Morristown. charged with stealing chickens ot.Vic Brown, was taken up. The Sheriff set about bunting up a jury and made a raid upon Morris town gathering in six men, good and true. He then raked over Hyde Park and after eeveral hours work secured the following jury: E. E. Harris, J. II. Atchinson, Geo. F. Earle, Ed Stone, Geo. Cheney, E. G. Wilson, W. P. Boomhower, J. W. Noble, A. Y. Wiswell, John Finnegan, W. C. Maxfield and I). II. Scribner. Switzer, who is about seventeen years of age, is charged with being implicated with Sargent in a chicken scrape. The first witness was Yic Brown. The case is still on and may continue through Thursday. This will be tbe last jury case and court will probably finish up Friday. State s Attorney Thompson is assist ed by G. M. Powers. E. B. Sawyer appears for the respondent. Riverside. Mr. Chamberlin from NorthSeld is at work for Ed Lilley, Mnrcus Gould h;g hjted out to William Bassett for the season. Snnford Stenrtm and wife of Craftsbury Tisited nt .1.1). ami Henry Currier's last week. Mrs. Carlos Eastman and two daughters from the North villnge spent several days with her sister, Mrs. Frank Whitiomb. Henry Currier bns improved bis residence by adding n portico nnd veranda, nnd mak ing several other improvements about his premises.