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HYDE PARK. VT., WEDNESDAY. JULY 26, 1899.
VOL. XVIII NO. 40. TERMS $1.25. NEWS AND CITIZEN. News Established in 1877. Citizen Established in 1M72. United November 15, 1881. Published Every Wednesday by Lamoille Publishing Co. red at the Morrisville Postofflce as second-class mail matter. mr This blue X means that your subscription expires with this number, and that no more papers wUl be sent you unless your sub-ai.-.iir-n 4a renewed. Renew at once so as to receive next issue of paper. BUSINESS CARDS. WALTER Tl. MESBER. OCULIST and Specialist in lenses (or defective eve1", umce wiiuit bujje, Main Street, Morrisville, Vt. IT. J. LILLEY & CO., 1HACTICAL UNDERTAKERS. Enibaln. Inir a specialty. Telcplione connection Hycie rai-K, v i. W. X.. ADATtfS, V. 8., VETERINARY SURGEON & PHYSICIAN. Knnine sureevv and dentistry a spec- laity. Kesmence on to (Telcplione.) MORIUSVILLE, VT. Ki. W. DOTY, TjAPTtrAT. UNDERTAKER AND FU- neral director. Embalming a specialty. MORRTfiVILLB, Vt. JAM EH W. ROB BINS, M.I., -kirvoTrnv AVn STTRREON. IT Office and residence at Mrs. Dr. Hall's, Park St., Morrisville, Vt. Teleplione con nection. A. J. VALLYEAU, M.D., C. M. OFFICE HOURS until 10 a. in., from 1 to 2 ti ,n . mill from 7 to S n. m. Office and residence opposite BiK P.lock, Wolcott, Vt. Teleplione J. Ai ROBINSON, DENTIST. Rooms, Corner Brick Block, near Tlie Rand'ill. Painless method, gas, ether, etc., used. Special attention given to appointments trom out oi town, vmcu uu , in V' i to 8. No. 8 Portland St., Morris- ville, Vt. DR. A. A. MINOTT. tuktjt. PAKf.ORS. In Darlinit Block, j Morrisville, Vt., where he is prepared io rtn all kinds of Modern Dentistry. Office hours from 8 :30 a. m to 12 :S0 p. m., 1 :30 to 5 p. m. STONE'S ORCHESTRA. HIUSIC FURNISHED FOR CONCERTS, I v,.,1. Hmra I. awn Parties. Promenades. Dancing, and all occasions where music is required. Violin Lessons; Bows Rehalred; Violins for sale. P. E. Stoxe. Morrisville. GEORGE E. GOODWIN, M. D., YVIYSICIAK AND Sl'HGEON-.- OOlic htura S ,.nm 7 in a n. m. and fito 9 P. m. Johnson, Vt. STATE OF YEKMOXT. VW vnitir T.TFE INSUR ANCE CO desires to negotiate with sore bright, hustling business men lo represent uiem in m-ouuun m ij wwt ti,v nnt now rcnresentetl (-lood in come can" be earned under the proposition we will make. First class references required. Anlvtn AT. EX. 8. HKOWNE. New Eneland Manager, CO State St., Boston Liberation Notice. Notice is herehv given that I have this day given my sons, Clinton N.Stygles and Clarence 11. Stygles, their time during the remainder of their minority and I shall claim none of their wnm or iv anv debts contracted by them sifter this date. EDWIN STYGLES. Hyde Park, Vt.. July 18, 1899. NEW HONEY Oranges and Lemons Fresh Cookies in variety Table Celerv, fresh every Saturday mornine. ah at tne proper prices at T. D. ELLIS' Store, Portland St.. MORRISVILLE "Wanted Eggs F0UHCl-"Frcsh California Fruit aed Seasonable Vegetables, at .J. F. THOMAS,' Center Portland St., Morrisville. Vt. O. L. WOODS, THE TAILOR, is un-to-date with a full line ot new and attractive Suitings at REASONABLE PRICES 1 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Portland Street, - Morrisville, Vt. BARGAINS . . AS LONG AS THEY LAST. O. a. Tiexford make scythes, Vermont Clipper, price 50c, cut down to 40c O. R. Iterfiird ninke scvtliM. Solid Steel. price 60c, cut down to 45c Wm. Harvey & Sons make scythes, Vermont Clipper, price wc, cut uown to uc Wm. Harvcv k Sons make scythes, India Btocl, price foo, cut down to bio Iland Rakes, Snathes -and Whetstones at cost. AVatch for tho bargains next week. KEELEIi, The Hardware Dealer, 11YDK PARK, VI. BUSINESS NOTICES. Ice Cream. Made in two flavors straw berry fruit and vanilla can be had at all hours at Dwinell's drua store, either by the dish, quart or gallon. Butter, Pctteb, Butter Bring me your butter. 1 am row paying good prices 20 .10 and 50 pound tubs preferred. M. Waite, Morrisville, v t. Wanted A few more men to travel; ex perience not nere-sary. Will pay from ?60 to $ 80 per month and expense. All wanting work call on, telephone or address Monarcn Agency, Hotel Kumlall, Morrisville, Vt. Morriville Lacndhy. This new industry appeals for your laundry work, confident that with entirely new machinery and ex perienced help we can pive yon satisfaction. Give us a trial order. Wm. F.Flannagan. Lost Ladies' black wallet containing $20 bill. Same was lost while owner waB going from Hyde Park to Morrisville by way of the Plair.s or on the return trip by way ol uaa- ley's CornerH. Finder will pleaee leave same at the News & Citizen office. Notice. The moving of buildings or the raising or lowering them is my regular busi ness as Fuecessor to the late Orville Reed. Also make a specialty of repairing bridges. Prices moderate. Address A. 8. Moodie, box 197 Morrisville, Vt. Photographs! H. E. Cutler will be in his Branch Studio opposite Post. Office, Morris ville, the .Hist of July and will stay until the Saturday following. Remember the date, July 31st, for one week. Come in and look at samples ol work. We guarantee all pho tos. H. E. Cutler, Barre, V t. Notice Good line of men's Pants, Vests, Overalls, Shirts and Hose, Boys' Knee Pants, Shirts, Blouse Suits. All kinds of Qrocries and Tinware all new goods at, right prices. Will take all kiads of farm produce at highest market prices. Have for sale one express wagon, or w ill trade for other property. A. F. BOWEN, Morrisville. Vt. H. J. Dwinell is agent for Montpelier Steam Laundry : work sent every Tuesday night, re turned Friday. Work called fr and deliv ered if parties desire. Special pains tuken with all work and satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. To the delight pf ladies we cleanse and do up Ladies' Shirt Waists, without taking out the color or having the colors run. LOCAL N EWS. MORRISVILLE. Charles Duba was in Isle La Motte over Sunday. CIibs. Kllogg has returned to his work in Boston. Flora Foss of Hardwick was in town last Thursday. Mrs. II. F. Munson went to High- gate Springs Tuesday. The stref t sprinkler resumed opera tion.", aiuin yeriti'tAy. ' Howard Skinner of Craftsbury was iu town yesterday.. 0. E. Luce of Stowe was in town for a brief while Sunday. Mrs. A. B. Perley and son return ed to Ilardwick Thursday. Mrs. A.J. liovnton oi uutiand is visiting at C. M. Boynton's. The work of remodelling the Saf- ford mill commenced Monday. Mrs. C. Walcott and Miss Walcott of Boston are at The Randall. Miss L,ena Wiiiev ot vvatsrville is the guest of Mrs. W. F. Sherman. Mrs. Frank Fre6ton of St. Johns bury is visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank Simpson. F. J. Smalley returned from his trip up Orleans county way last Saturday. Fond lilies are not "hawked" on the street as numerously as in for mer years. Master Jesse Waite went to Alburgb last evening to put in two weeks via- hung relatives II. E. Cutler, the photograph man will Le in his studio again next Mon day for the week. Clifford Terrill of Underbill Center has entered Brackett's Btudio to learn the business. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Ferrin complet ed their visit here last Saturday and returned to Montpelier. Dr. Martin the oculist is at The Randall, to remain until Aug. 3. He goes from here to Stowe. It is rumored that L. B. Boynton has rented the rooms now occupied by the News and Citizen. Don Sanders is enjoying a week's vacation from work in Dwinell's drug store, and went to Mount Mans field Monday. C. W. Fitch, wife and daughter, went to Caspian Lake to remain while Mr. Fitch is building a cottage for 11. J. Slayton. Mrs. Minnie Fitch Steele of North Platte, Neb., came here Friday for a prolonged vint with her parents, Mr and Mrs. C. W. Fitch. Mrs. M. J. Eddy, who has been here for a week or more visiting her son, Rev. M. S. Eddy, returned to her homo in Barton Monday. Jack Arkley, who has been in Can ada for the past three weeks, return ed Monday, and is back in his old place in the granite sheds. The pop-corn industry seems to be in a thriving condition, and the two firms catering in this line Bhould be ablo to Bupply any demand. There is no question but what many big loads or lumber are hauled into town each week-day, but it is conceded that 4350 feet is the long' est two-horse load of the season, so far as the Peck mill is concerned, and for this the medal should be awarded to Clarence Merrill, who accomplish ed the feat over heavy roads, last Wednesday. Misses Blanche Cram and Grace Bedell are visiting at Waterbury. Phil Clark nnd wife, of LyndonviHe, were at The Randall over Sunday. Miss Jnsephine Graham of Wash ington; D. C, is at G. W. Hendee's. Ell Davis is to-day moving into the Busbee house over in Brooklyn. Mrs. F. II. Gatps was in Burlington yesterday with St. Johnsbury friends. Will Cobb of Hard wick was trans acting business here last Thursday. L. E. Brackett goes to Wateryille this week to do photographic work. Mrs. H. E. Cutler and children, of Barre, are visiting at Judge Church- m, ' "TV 8. Ed. Spilleris beautifying his Brook lyn residence by giving it a co it of paint. Dr. Marshall returned from his Cambridge and Waterville trip" last evening. Dr. llodskins of Waterville, wrs here Saturday and registered at The Randall. Mrs. P. K. Gled and F. G. Fleet wood were in Johnson a part of Tuesday. George Morse and family and J. R. Parker and family havegone to High- gate Springs, where they will camp out for three or four weeks. Walter Bridge has recently passed a successful examination before the State Dental Board, and can now practice dentistry in this state. Water and sewer connection has been made with the site of G. M. Powers' proposed residence, and the work of digging the ci liar commenced. Mrs. J. W. Fairbanks and son of Cbicoffo, Til., have arrived and are the guests of Mrs. Seymour Tefff.. Mr. Fairbanks runs the largest tea and coffee house of the west side. The f.equent rains of late have forged all growing crops anead in a wonderful manner, and been of great valus to the early mown grass laud, insuring a very fair second crop Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Currier went to-day to Franklin County to remain there for a few days. This is the first time in thirty years that Mr. and MrB. Currier have taken a railroad ride together. Mrs. M. E. Roberts of Moriv h came Irere Moncay night and remain ing until to-day. While here she dis posed of her Main street property to Mrs. 0. R. Luce, who occupied it for several years. Mr. and Mrs. Almon Bugbee, of South Bend, Indiana, arrived here last Friday and were the guests of the Misses Bugbee until Tuesday, when they went to Waterbury, but they will return herelater. Don't forget the lawn party and band concert in Academy Park to night, given by the ladies of St. Teresa's church. If the weather is unfavorable this event will take place to morrow evening. William G. Wood of Chicago was in town several days the first of the week. Mr. Wood was a student in the Academy at its start, and found quite a number of his fellow students to talk over old times with. A. R. Campbell, the optician, has filled 600 prescriptions since 1897 a good indication that he is meeting with success in that branch of his business. It should not be forgotten that he is here the vear round. A. B. Austin and W. I. Paul were on Lilmore mountain featurdav. Wliile there Mr. Paul fell and sus tained a dislocation of the right shoulder. lie came home all right. but the next morning found that his arm did not work just right, bo Dr. Robbins was called, who pronounced it dislocation and placed it in posi tion. Enos Hill took possession of the Centennial House at Hardwick, Mon day, nnd the people of that town and traveling public may rely upon the best of nervice, as Mr. and Mrs. Hill with "Chub"' Mears as clerk, have had the necessary experience to make the patrons of the house feel at home from the very first. Miss Adah Valiquette of Rutland is the guest of Misses Marguerite and Lou Slocum. A lawn party in her honor was given on the spacious grounds of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Slo cum yesterday afternoon, for which thirty invitations were issued. The young people enjoyed themselves immensely, if appearances count for aught. M. S. Rosenberg closed up the Globe Clothing Co. affairs here the first of the week, and left to-day for St. Johnsbury, where he will remain over Sunday, before returning to St. Albans, where he and Sam have a large clothing store. As the two brothers have a large circle of friends here, numerous visits from them in the future may be expected. A Emery fell into George Town's clutches Sunday for indulging too freely In "Jersey lightning" and creating a disturbance at Worcester, coming here for a Hafe retreat. . The duet left here at 1 a. m. Monday morning for Worcester, where the usual assesment was lovied, when George and his prisoner went to the Capitol, where a charge of cattle Btealing hangs over Emery. Mrs. Geo. W. Parmenter of Mont pelier was the curat of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Sanders over Sunday. Mrs. John Ahern of LyndonviHe, was the guest of Miss Mary E. Moody the first of the week. Will Whipple completed his vaca tion and returned to his book-keeping duties in Boston, Monday. Miss Blodah, daughter of Paul Blo dah of the Hotel Lamoille, returned to Bakersfleld Thursday night. The Morrisville base ball club goes to Johnson to-morrow to play a game of ball with the Johnson club. Mrs. Hattie Gray and daughter of Worcester, Mass., came here Monday evening to visit her father, J. A. Bun- dy. Mrs. 0. P. Foster, who has been living in Woloott for some time came back Monday and is occupying ber house. I. O. Andrews held the lucky num ber that took possession of Conduc tor Simpson's watch, last Thursday evening. Mrs. Hartson, who is living in North Wolcott, is gaining health rapidly. Dr. Campbell of Albany, is treating her. Capt. Kenfleld went to Bennington Monday evening to attend a meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Sol dier's Home. Mrs. E. A. Hadley has bad for guests Mrs. M. R. Lpwis and three grandchildren from Wilmington, Del. They are going to Hardwick, Mon day" An adjourned meeting of the W. R. C. will be held in G. A. R. hall next Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock. All members are especially requested to be present. Ernest Foss has the carpenter work to square up bis building on Main street well under way. Ernest Is making things hustle thi year, in the building line. There will be a special communica tion of Mt. Vernon Lodge, F. & A. M., Wednesday evening Aug. 2. The officers are iu hopes that there will be a large attendance. Miss Ella Barrows of Barton Land ing came down yesterday from Caspian Lake, where she has been en invin.o: nn ontinir, and will be here the rest of the week. Letters from Mrs. E. H. Stone, who . . 1 1 A. is attending a summer scnooi at Penn Yan, New York, state that she is getting along finely, and is also doing some teaching. E'mer Rider's little boy, while play ing in the nam last Thursday, leu through a feed hole into the manger of the horce stable and broke his left arm about one and a half inches of the shoulder joint. The fracture was reduced by Dr. C. C. Rublee and the little fellow, whose years do not span t he half of a decade, is getting 'along ns well as could be expected. Sunday night the two barns on diet. Ward's farm in Elmore were burned, together with two horses, four cows, a number of calves, and 20 tows of hay. Suspicion pointed to Herman Tucker as the one setting the fire and he was arrested by Deputy Sheriff U. Stevens and brought to Morrisville, and later taken to Hyde Park. The evidence is circumstantial. The play, "A Celebrated Case," under the direction of C. Walcott Russell, is now stated for the even ings of Thursday and Friday, Aug. 10 and 11. To the castof characters, published in these columns some weeks since, may be added the names of Miss Emily Rublee, Leon Booth and little Helen Russell, who has played the beautiful child part on the road for the past two seasons. The costumes are beautifcl and are of the Louis XV period. An exchange well says: "It is a notable fact that many good items are lost to the newspapers every week by the modesty of the people who hesitate to tell the reporter or editor matters concerning themselves. The right thing to do is to stop the news paper man on the street, or any other place you may see him, and tell him vou have been on a visit, have relatives visiting you, that you and your wife have a new baby at your house, or that your wife entertained friends, or anything that is in any wav a matter of news. If you have done anything mean, keep that to yourself, for there are others who make it their business to tell about it." Since last Friday until Monday night there has been trouble with the incandescent lighting system of this village. It was known that a short circuit existed, but just where, was the question, and apparently is yet, as it has not been located. Supt. Dow, and assistant, Morton Cheney, have made tho grand rounds several times, climbing poles and trees in their search, but without avail. Then nn electrical export was called, G. B Wilson of Lynn, Mass., who put in Monday afternoon and Tuesday fore noon with the local force to solve the mystery, yet the "hodoo," if such it is, is unapproachable as ever. It can be said, however, that every effort possible is being put forth to give the Morrisville people light for business and domestic purposes. Rev. D. E. Croft and family, who have been stopping for a few weeks with friends in Greenfield, Mass., ar rived in town this afternoon. They will spend the month of August at the home of Mrs. E. J. Hall, Mrs. Croft's mother. The Morrisvillelaundry commenced active work yesterday, with a liberal supply of orders. Mr. and Mrs. Flan nagan seem to be the right parties in the right place, and the patronage they have a right to expeet will keep the plant running. See his business notice. Francis Blair, who electrified a Burlington audience and elicited much favorable comment on his ora tion at the U. V. M. commencement exercises, is at home again, after having put in some time in vievuog quite an important portion of 'Uncle Samuel's" domain. A union service of all the village churches will be held in the M. E. church next Sunday evening, under the auspices of the Anti-Saloon Lea gue of this town. The exercises will consist of music and brief addresses by the various pastors. All are cor dially invited to be present. Mrs. Ella Hardy, Mrs. Lamson and H. H. Hardy went to Greensboro Tuesday to witness the grand illu mination given by the guests in the summer cottages. Thev returned this morning, reporting the affair a success and well worthy the travel and time expended to view it. Deputy Sheriff Town received a message from Stowe at 9 a. m. Sat urday, requesting the arrest of Chas. Gilbert for a theft. George fqund out that the man he wanted had taken the Morrisville-Swanton train, so he followed on the express, and bagged his game at Sheldon Junc tion, in time to return on the mail train, arriving here at 12:12 p.m., having traveled 72 miles in about three hours. George has reason- to be proud of this work. This section was visited last Fri day by the worst electrical storm of years, yet no great damage was done in this vicinity. The flashes and reports followed each other in rapid succession, and the snapping of fuses in telephone and electric light wires added not a little to the terrors of the situation. During the storm, lightning entered the office of II. A. Slayton Co., but beyond throwing a picture, hanging over the telephones, to the floor, but no dam age was done, several poles were struck. T. P. S. C. E. Convention. The semi-annual convention of the Lamoille County Y. P. S. C. E. held at Jeffersonville Tuesday was largely attended. There were about a hun dred representatives from Endeavor societies, a number of them being from outside of the county. Several from outside the state were present. The program was very interesting throughout and the convention pro nounced one oi the best ever held. The Jtff ;rsonville people entertained the guests in excellent style. The of ficers for the ensuing year are: Pres., Rev. G. C. Junkins, Wolcott: Vice- Pres , Lucius II. Noyes, Hyde Park ; Treas., Edgar H. Scott, Waterville: Sec'y, B. F. Atwell. Johnson; Junior Supt., Miss Jane K. Holmes, John son ; Asst. Junior Supt., Mrs. S. A. Fife, Wolcott. The mid-wiuter meet ing will be at Wolcott. Obituary Mrs. C. L. Blngkam. "LiKht after darkness, Rain after logs, Strength after weakness, crown alter crops.' One more of Earth's childrea has gone to take possession of her heav enly mansion. Mrs. Clarinda Lord Bingham, lor twenty-two years a resident of BinghamvUle, Vt., after a nine weeks' illness, passed beyond our sight July IS), lo'JS). lier pres ence in the home and in tho commu nity was an inspiration to all who knew her, and an illustration of the poet s thought: "No life Can be pure in its purpose and strong in its strife, And all life not be purer and stronger thereby. HYDE PARK. Miss Alemeda Peo from El more is in town. Miss Lucy Sawyer has returned from Massachusetts. Ernest Lilley went to Milton to day, where he has employment. Harry Wellman of Lowell waa visitor in town a day last week. II. M. McFarland and family were in Waterville the first of the week. Rev. Edwin Wheelock of Cambridge was in town W ednesday of last week Dana Goddard, M. D., of Burling' ton is a guest at A. L. Goddard s Fred Lilley is away on another trip in the interest of the Lilley wag ons. Blaine S. Stewart, of Tage'fl office spent Sunday at his home in Bakers- field. A party of six took a bicycle trip to Stowe and Waterbury the first of the week. Harry Parker is spending a couple of weeks at his Bister's at Enosburg Falls. Mrs. M. C. Demming is spending a few weeks with her grandson, Walter Strong. Bernard Fairbanks assisted in Crane & Andrews' store a few days last week. L. G. Fullam of Ludlow was in tha place to-day looking over the electric light plant. Phil Clark and wife and Mrs. Ahern from LyndonviHe, called on friends here Monday. Mrs. L. M. Hill has returned from Franklin, where she has been spend ing a few weeks. Omer Corey has completed work for L. W. Minor and returned to his home at Berkshire. Mrs. C. M. Small, Mrs. Geo. Brown and Wm. Wood spent a day in Harc wlck the past week. Improvements are being made on the M. E. parsonage buildings by way of new shingles. Misses Grace Conners and Edna Slayton are home from a three weeks' stay at Elmore Pond. Russell Page has rebuilt the '"Idle Hour," a sail boat, and placed th same on Elmore Pond. Chester and Wilson Leach and Miss Wilma Leach spent a couple of days in Cambridge last week. Lee Andrews returned to-day from Lyme, N. H., where he attended the funeral of his grandfather. Little Bessie Eldridge of Montrea is up from Stowe, stopping with V. Li. tslodgett s folks a while. Francis White of Eden, took a boy and girl from that town to the State Industrial School Tuesday. Mrs. Gibson and daughter Rose, from Waterbury, are spending a few days with Mrs. H. R. Jones. Miss Nellie Packard of Winooski has been spending several days with her friend, Miss Maud Bailey. Capt. Waite and daughter, togeth er with Preston Fairbanks and sisters, spent Tuesday at E Jen Pond. Miss Ella Kinsley was in Fletcher a few days last week, called there by the death of her grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rice of Cam bridge are with their daughter, Mrs. H. L. 1 airbanks, for a few days. Misses Belle Scribner and Mamie Gale have been visiting Mrs. S. A. Fife in Wolcott for Beveral days. Frank McWhorter, wif or rsarre. on ineir way xo rsr ry il ; boro, called on friends here ldt wei ter Harvey have gone to Grleuebor and iraitsoury ror a lew dayts to visit friends. ( Wm. Wood returned to Chicago Tuesday after spending a couple of weeks here among the scenes of his childhood. The village sick ones, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Severance, Mrs. Camp, Mrs. D. H. Keeler and Mrs. Maxfleld, are all improving. The appearance of crops in this section indicates cheap potatoes and an abundant quantity of material for huskings. Mrs. F. P. Hill and son, Morton, have gone to Colebrook, N. H., where they will spend a couple of weeks with relatives. Dr. Slayton was called to Elmore Monday to attend Mrs. Frank Slay ton, who had the misfortune to break a limb. Augustus Bliss and daughter, Miss Clara, of East Montpelier are visiting his father-in-law, Capt. Aro Slayton, for a few days. Civil Engineer A. R. Dow of Bur lington came to town Monday to make a preliminary investigation Of the sewer question. y Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Wiltiams' and children visited relatives in Mont gomery the first of the week, making the trip by carriage. Mrs. Frank Wheelock, Mrs, Samuel Crosby and Miss Cooledge from Dor chester, Mass., were in town Tuesday calling upon friends. Quite a number from this place vis ited Eden Pond Sunday. The pond is becoming quite a resort for pic nickers. It is eleven miles from here, but over a very good road. Supt. Pierce, of the telephone re construction, line, who has been boarding with Mrs. Pierce at the Phoenix for some time, moved on to Johnson Monday morning. L. II. Noyes and Miss Maud Bailey were the delegates from the C. E. so ciety to the county union at Jtiler sonville yesterday. Several others also attended and all report a very interesting occasion. Oa complaint of Grand Juror Waite Alva Jones, Frank Shedd, S. II. Bart lett. and A. F. Boyes have each been fined $ 15 and costs for keeping un licensed dogs. Constable Stevens killed the dogs. There are others. ' Prof. Ingalls has completed the fall examination of applicants for teach ers' certificates. The number was unusually small. At this place there were 7; Jtffersonville, 5; Stowe, 5. All, or nearly all, will probably pass. There are a number of city people af'The Elms," among them being Mrs. Frances Todd, son Roy, daugh ter Alberta, and Master Todd, also a maid, all from Roxbury, Mass., and Miss Eleanor Hastings of Brooklyn. (Continued on page 8.) e& "St