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INK YKRMONT THA XSCK I PT.
IVIilaj, Orl. iio, mil.
Judge of Probate.
Verm on I .Medical Society.
On tlie 17(1i l'hsf., Ilio cnBO of Jiulpo
i.f Probnlo for thm Comity between
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cimoi.i, aiciiinii nocii-tx oh jh- i ""(-, milii'sof
mm..n ni Ao. is, mate uouse, .uuni Ui.e Lepmlntnio for llm neo
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pcnei , on u cunesuux , wci. iu, ioui.
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fill in i! n s of our
iiili . in lhr llfi'l- f rtenti !i)'1 (V-ii'tir !:iitnuD1 ns to tho or$ from the Henry Minos, cnviiod
I ro.iitisv .,f mi; Dunne; A l'l. i f-i Wninn. nml an ''.V the Messu, Buiclcn, of Troy, N. Y.
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ui men jui;ii ii uv' ' v...r.... , , , unii iicai, ll uu nil .uoilllliy UOXt, III
I jn cnniiot bo too widely rond. in uid I . p. m. Alter (ichnto yy Messrs. Hub
DrtVru or L. (1. Biou.ovy, 3lq -fl'hob
1IM0H1C IIC" ol Uie dentil of Ml'. BL'O-
!ov, given itmler our obituary bond,
m vuiv, coriainiy, po leceiv
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Gold opeSt-d ",m 10- -i.
- " -v "''j wi-nur read
ers. Mr. Bigclow was born in Doiby,
in this Stnto; but removed at tlio mio
..f 1 I i.. 1-1 1 ...i. . . .o
hall, was ndontcd
J lie President, I'j. D. Warner, nf Now T,H, s. mi am mil uncling of the ' adoption of the nth-ire nnd hinti to re-1 1,fU'J' btookbi idp, mid lloinidn, of of 14 to Canada, wlioro on rcanhin
iliiM ii. toi.k the elniii at 1U u im , aim i... i,..i.i ..( t l ,.,;m. i. 1... ii.,. t,..,.a ,,f , v 1 " ,XH "uopien oy a ote ol 117 inaiilio al he hrcuuiu oiifraireil in Mm
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Health and IfamcsH, and o,n future j m Q(t Ja : J -un ujo Ui
I1UJHIIIIJ IW1 '" am-ou uuimn. DKTIATK. XJHTO 1101. 1)0111 II (U0rillll IliallU'd tllCl'l! till 1811), wllOIl llO 10
i.. i. i.. ii in mi iiiiiii ii i iiriiuitii r ill' iifliwiin Ht.kiiiiri in ii.ii.i..... i i i.. u.,.1.'.. .1
t " 1 " v" .wiV cim uu UUiHUini "i t uu iui'jjni.i,! n, j r..iv, , j,uh7 imnuvi Hi lUIJUlli lJ i IIHJYUU Ul JillrlllllJlOll. lUHl Wllfl fill f
Mvron W UnHfv Ifcn . nnd A. j ,"' "'iw opoiicd with pmyi-r b.v ANllH,'or.
.Siunson, 12m , was considered by the . . , t, r ,
,., , , tu.ft of tl. Tisla-, """" 'n '"1 J D i V Eimitu.-On Tuesday,
i int.. Mr. and .Mrs. Hnn
ll.ri.p, of Fairf.old, celebrated the ; f postngo, bv umilti..- the price of !" Mow" r. . Ilenry moved a call of horo.
,i t , i . . ., the Senate, and 1? .Senators reRtionded uoiim
tl. rmmemtry of then- nmrnaKe, , each, fitf cett by ,na,l. tu )h() C(ll, 'of tlR.n. nMWH I J"
lieirhomc. Allhoiih the weather , i n, mnlion nf M,- Ut.uw o.i5.,...
Hntt vntiaiitfV itntllltlilltfA frtl Trnlllf
lin CnttntV.'and thev were nearly ! ipfiro l,rt"C,ltc(1
cnnvnwmrf r'niMlnlUf'O fit till! Ijpfftslfl- i
m" i.- i Afnoi-mi i l'l'-'1"! Secretary. ,15th ii.M., Mi
vii u w . . j . r. 1 . 1 .1 . .
AjeiPgHW iroin eorrcHpoiKiinj,' oco- .(,rtiri
to the .Society, ,(,,
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1. ;.. f.,..,. n( lln ..v "m.i .iv.. i nitir jioiic. iiiinuiiui
Before the General Committee II. A. Me,(1,fn , ?J- 1Il,an' ( , wn not p.opUiouH, a larRe and pleas-
Jlnrt, Ifcii- ollured to road an affld ; nu " A"nuP1 ; J"" ,,nfw"- -'H company were present UunnB the , ""rho 40th n.mu
vitofthotown derl: of .St. Albans, Jr. Ashbe Woodward; fron,nf1,rnoon ftml evcnillR! Blld lpi. M --f1-
JifiiipMiiie, urn. .-. . i-eiinooy, lh( ,.i,m,s w itlioiit, their hearts were!'" ' T'"v
and (. 1. Conn; from M;iv aehuselt-i, ' mi,.,! Wlt), snsiiim. I at their ofiice m Montpelier on the
'mil. :..i 'l'l... i... l. .....I r ...
xulii iijbt. j in jyu i . ii'i a c.uuiuu uu
trncViif,' to show that the cnntf stunt,
Mr. Samson, had received the hug
nst liiiinhfi' nf votes, and it wus ro con-
i ... u... i ly neln
siuercu nnui an eriur ;n win muuw
l Allinna wn il Urnvpieil. 'I'liP certifi-
en'tewnsmsdeont with reference to , respective Societies.
the error as corrected. Mr. l.uiley
objected to the reading of tho affida
vit before tho Committee for the na
il) ptiblisheiH, I present, .Mr. Heudee moved to adjourn ! moved to IktrliiiL'ton.
ittul iirs. Jiannon Messrs. Lee !c .Shrpnrd, IJofilon, free -) " f mo aoimto reiUBingHMiiloenjiayed in tho unmo business
lie, However, abandoned active
uonneytioii wilh business a number of
yours since: rosidiinr horo with im n.
Un motion of Mr. Henry, adiourn-1 easional absonco of it few mmiilia n
d; the South, on account of tho health of
iioosE. inn JntJ-oducrtl ami llyer
ml By Mr. Foster, of Cahiin, rolnt'
mp to the fees of the (leneral Assomb
5-20a coupon,' ;oi' "
2t mules. "'
U. H. On 'St . ..
lll ASx, cur l)u.
mrrrmi, r lb., . .
l Hi r.i(K, " I "
lens, (nir busliol,
I ohm Mi.aL, iur chi.
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1 IJlt'll, bliptTllllO, jj
lnHsHni), per biiiliH'
Dr. Wm. Unrnlmm, Who were cordial- Mr. and Mrs. Noithrop were tho
-.dent and el" u'ciiiients of ninny valuable irifts from
'quently responded in behalf of their ' H.u fn,.ll( tlms assembled, and ex-1
Dr. AVm. McCoilom introduced an
addition to the bv-law of tho .Society.
if hon irni
niembors of his family or of his own
Ul his mialuies of chnructer his
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v illlcfiilM i in- imli. fin- tin ..! ..,,,1 1 i. ...... , ' l.llli, Ltr tii,,
' t ' ' nun j "JH'i vnnevi, an uu flllll KM 1S11I, lupnlllUHTS, 'l'lll-'.(
per d.iy for attendance, but deduct-, for tho honor and interest of his .State jfJs " ' .'.
, injr all dajs any member is absent) ; 1 and town, and outspoken oarnestness '''J'
I to colli oil M1VS and nivalis. of fhotiirlit. utuV Inmmnm. wn tinml 1 n..i."
Loyal W. S'.i I've, Addison; John V. i liy Mr. Marvin, in amendment of apeak, for thev will bo romombered ' ;VTAT:'', i-r 'i.iiMici, niw
H..H 11,.,, . Cor..,v,. fin,l. ,. 1.1..., ..!;.... i (I i t i. ...i .i ..." . . . .
juvKfil fTien n1e,-ini.. mil nnlv fmm 1 , ', , w..fjv. v....,.n, , iu K n, ,m,ihiiB iu tiiu nmiuii in uv mi WHO JJ1ICW llim. 1119 ( IROnse, , ,s m,t. Cumuli
piesed pi ntplcmnie not onlj f.m , Clllwloilia. A W. Allen, Chittenden; ' town officers (liMors to be so elected , diopsy, nff. ctn.p the heart had doubt-' K i-ta,
thrifts thoiuhcves, but more from , UnrTey Jiukv.ue, Ksex; Victor At- astoseive thioo years, one retiring . less hunK aliont him for manv years, j w.Hr,"'
the kind wishes and aflVction which i wood, Franldin ; H C. Hill, (Irand Isle; nnd one new lister to be el"cted each It became atfpravated by a fiill from wot 1 i .-.'V,!',' '
thev betokened. About one hundred w- H. liinphiun, Lamoille; li. . Hai- year1; to com on judiciary. i liis home ouMunsliold Mountain, last! ' . ..
the year ciisiui.p weie:
Houses in the after-
,, j... ijniiv i1ih1 received membcrB. Dr. J. N. Styles, read an , fif, v ,,on,,0 W(rc , .resent, and af-; yo"Mnew uranire; J . i HKinner, i r ! n,u l'aml. -L,aj mp a tax on the summer, and for a number of weeks
SOU lliai im. nin uiui riuniu no, ,v .11 I Hiiim TI Vnrfpi- Tint nml ( mr .u n( I ,;il y l,.; i.: i i i , ,.
((l,n ii,! f il, nnl.1i.vit nppneiativeDiograpii.caisUetei.oi jr. .v )l(i P!1, taken of the b mule-1 m " . .. ' , v . ., . " t V ' , V.s -. "V r 7""" ui.m.. uvunmno i . pos 01 nin
and tho same had boon taken contrary j " " " nospeuuuy uuring ine iay m uien wmdsor; Daniel Jlalihvin, T. r. Red- noon
memoer 01 mis noiery, (leeeaseit. 'io!-, vcnerablo h'wt and hostess, at ft late held, E. S Camp, J. T. Ihurston, C. ,
mg with the follow mp 11 .01 tit ions, 1 (,,. j tuo evening were requested to Dewey, W asliinpton.
which w le unanimously adopted, as j,1Vo their attention while Hon. A. J. SuWscquently the old oflieer were
follows: I Samson made some exceedingly ap- 1 elected , viz; Daniel Baldwin, l'resi-
Whn-rai, It has pleased tho Almiph- j 1)l0j.riate remarks in the presentation , d.-nt; T. P. Bcllield, Vice President ;
tylulpr ,fevents to rennne, lysnd-!of tl) ifu U1(1 ronclu,(11 hiH VP. Charles Di wey. Secretin v; James T.
(len rleilfll 11 lie neii imil inniirni a
clared elected by a unanimous vote.- member of the Association, thcrefoie l,llukH wi,h lril.ver. Mr. Northrop, lhur-ton, nenartr.
luifiTox at.vntcijT ocl. i3
to the StatUtcH without bein ten das
prior to tho Session of the Legislature,
and the Constable's ceitificute was
conclusive according to Ihe Sbitiile.
'l'lie allidavit was leyisttrod Ly the
Committed, and Mr. Bmlev was de-
Thomajoiity for Mr. Bailey in Hip 'bo it-
County was eiyht, as determined by
tho certificates of tho various presid
ing officers of tho town mcelingn in
then, befoie his guests took their Fuivn -.' Mi rrvi. At the annual
leave, spoke in 11 feeling manner of the mooting held on the 16th, the follow-
recovery. Jio nuuntained his interest
in public atl'nirs, nnd in overvthinir
Tkkspw. Oct 22. I about him, to the last; hold cheerful
Sdnatf. Jiill Iiili-ufhwcfl and H tr- conversation last evening with his el
ril -B Mr. Dale, lelatinp to divorce der son, Mr. G. H. Uipelow, of the
iif citizens of tlm State obtained in j Tnm-x, and other mouibt rs of his fam
otiier States; to committee on pi int-, ily, and rose ns usual this morning;
hip. 1 but soon after, at 7 o'clock remarked
By Mr. Hard, relating to pleadings , to ins attendant "L am going," and"
1 to coin on punting. 1 sinking on his bed, expired instantly. '
TfiWiW, That in tho death of Dr.
umnesu. uinmiicr society mourns j changes that had taken place during , ing elections were made for tho year
Vliu iui.n vi Uliu Ul 110 Jliw.-?l uncilM uiuill
hers; tho community n skillful phvsic
tho fifty years of his minried life;
inn; a family of a kind nnd affection- changes m Ins own
.. Bov. 0. M. Blodgott has boon ap
pointed Consular Agont at Froligli9
burgh, Canada. Mr. Blodgott was tho
faithful Po3t Chaplain at "Baxtor TJ.
S. Hospital" in Burlington, during tho
Among tho latest nccossions to tho
Chittenden County Bar, is Oapt. A. G.
"Watson, of Burlington, who was a gal-1 deceased a copy of the preceeding r
laulnnd faithful oflicer in tho First I olutions.
ate husband and father; aud tho Ver- changes 111 the town, county, State,
niont Medical Society a most honored Nation, and tho world itself; the pro
gress of tho ago; the surprise with
and useful mem er
lirxolwd, That the incnibera of this
Society lender their heartfelt svrnna-
thy to tho family of the Wased in implements of labor in vogue who be
tho loss of 0110 who so rkul. merited ! au life; and expressed it to bo his
Cr Y. Cook, Addison; E B. Burton,
Bennington; T. Sibh y, Bennington
Centre: Barron Monlton, Caledonia;
1. E Wales, Chittenden: ,1. V. Coon-
1 .. 1,1. iir t : 1 ..1.1.. . . .
'iiivin 01 o. v. ivuisiey ami oui-1 jtr. Uigelow wus 01 years ot ago - -ors,
for repenl of law prohibiting the Fin- Vw, OH. 10.
catching offish in ceitain ways; to t
genei al committee.
On motion of Mr. Walker, adiom 11-1 Ofcff The day is not far distant when
ed. the majority of tho people in want of n.r 1'.
I Western rupfifliic . . .
' ceitnlii'ii i fra8
1 iiicdliim extra
I K1""' Mli'l c'linir,., ,
I OilllllllL' (lelieMC, C.,;i
1 nila, !no. JliclnK,M
I Rt.Tionlii. K'"'1 "nil i-lioici
I t dill Hi al prr 1.1,1
('tu, WVMi-ni hum ,!
(nin, Nnrt'ii, W.Kfu, l'aim.1.,
'IcnflK K"W mi'.M '-vihIo.
l'l i.i lluii -1', 1 j
SKtcrn nml WimMi.
IIousu. liilh liklvndxu-cd tintl Il't) f musical instruments for thoir homes,
red. By Mr. Deiinkon, of Hovalton, will not rest satistied with tho more
to alter the time of hohliup the Decern- testimony of advertisements, but their
er J'A'(.' . Xj. nOW'les 1 r.Uikllll A. I iiui iu 11 iiiumh cuiiiiijr com i 1 111 iuivuimnn niu no uiibuii iqiuu 1110 11c-
which the ounp would look upon the M. Kinney. Grand Isle: A.M. Lellv I m'8t ltesdny in December) ; to com ou tnal musical merits and mechanical
Lamoille; J C. Steams, Orange; J. nuuiciary. j excellencies 01 1110 uosiroa instrunionts.
'Bates 'id Orleans- Brndlev Fish 1?nt-1 Mr. Van Sicklen, of Burlinpton, Messrs. S. D. it H. AV. Smith, of Bos-
111 reunion to uimieinien jUiiroie t o,; uni, manuiaoiurors 01 1110 ivmoricaii 1 whoI-Domf-stic :
to com on corporations. ' Organs, have been favored with such j c!mnwm'
Bv Mr. Park, of Beuniugtor, to a class of customers, and havo thus,
amend sec 1 chap 90 g s, entitled of been tuablod to build up an immense
idl that love and respect which thev firm C(1I1viction, anived at from the ' K VV" V 'r''' ntw'
havo for so many years bestowed up- , 1 1 .1 . n i 1 - Bancroft, C . A. U rd, u ash-
on a trve Christian husband and fath- f rui f na "P0". thut. 1 niRtou ; Samuel ( ; ray, Windham ; J. F.
1 mediate luture would not oe less unit- Jjeaue. liidsor.
iiirnw nml 1 tr
Iiird, iti bblH. nml tn n iv.
liutUr-guwl uii.l iluiii-i..
" l'r lb.:
Cmulicl . . .
llmolvcd, That the Secretary be di
rected to tiansinit to Hie family of the
ful in improvement and invention, than William L. Rowles, President; Car-: societies for the support of tho po.el trade, notwithstanding tiie groat com
the past fifty years had been. los Bancroft, Vice President; Joseph . iuul htmiry associations; to com on petition which exists in this particular
i,.i..,..i y,...-.( ...... . s; 1 xx-. u.. education.
He alho alluded to the remarkable ' t... 'L'. .... ' liv Mr. Proclor. of Rutland to in-
biauch of business. Mu.-n-at llevx
Yermont Cavalry. The Times says ho
has studied his profession in tho office
of Hon. Geo. F. Edmunds, and hns
enjoyed the advantages of a course at
tho Albany Law School.
, Brevet Major Avery B. Cain, 1th TJ.
S. Infantry, stationed at Fort Sedg
wick, Colorado, is now visiting his
' friends in Rutland. Ho will roturn
about January 1st.
Sonntor Edmunds and family arrived
in Washington on Wednesday ovon
ing, and look up their quarters for tho
Representative Woodbridgo and
wifo loft that city for their homo in
-Vorgennes oil' tho snmo ovoning.
Hon. Robert S. Halo, of Elixaboth
tow'n, N. Y., is in Washington on busi
ness connected with tho Whitehall k
Dr. L. 0. Butler, from the commit -
too appointed at tho semi-annual ses
sion of tho Society, to Uiko into consid
eration tho subject of criminal abor
tion, nnd tho vicious advertisements
and publications of tho day tending to
promote that growing evil, reported,
rocommondiug tho introduction of a
bill similar to n law passed -in Rhodo
Island in I8ti7, nnd tho appointmont
of a committee to urgo its adoption
by tho LogiBlaturo. Tho report was
unanimously adopted, and tho niom-
laci mat during the liny years 01 his 1
married life, he had never for a day Cli-'w
been confined to the house by illness, 1 jrj (,,r Tiu.i.-- vipt :
or l-een compelled to call the aid of a. Joseph Beruell
n, Oct. 11, 1SG7.
Those Old Clothes.
mi 1 -r t 1 1 " f 1 Ui, h ithuut rah i , as m I
I hen we havo Mrs. Lincoln, whom ,ni ordmarr Mo a.
coipoiute the American stone Co.; to
com 011 manufactures.
By Mr. Brighton, of Hvde Park, to
nf II. ;n foirn l.u i- ( nrr, ,i w .... i... ' very properly chai aeterize as "that
physician for himsolf, and closed by , printed me with sov.-rnl ears of heir-at-law of JoBeph and Catherine , drea(Unl wom,ttU' !'' "unds. She' Mlu,
. -i . 1 .. . 1 e. lines Hillllirelv nut nml snvu In mn Dii-m..
expressing nis gratmuie to nisL.rcator t.orn tluit measure thirte. n inches in ,ouruo; to genenu com. ' , ,, , .. , '
for the abundant prosperity and bless- i(.n,rti, He has tho finest show of ! .'i'. rT, i?'n ;L''a..mLVa! roaTdS' 1 clothes or I will d'sniember von." An.
Sit lw t VI Ul 11 ai. tU lUUt'l IU1IILL' kUt3 U 1 . . .
ll(r Ciiuic Kitnv fat ami
( 'xen, liri.lK) ,i l.j,50, Int iiualit'
il.)unlit; IU.75 .1 11.23; Jil .
S13.SH, J KW .., ,ni tutnl wvia
,111.1 llrt'HH. .1 b. vl.
Working Oxmi.-0P ,i '
1.1 hIui- bh I.i 1 f.
ings ho had been permitted to enjoy.
Miccp unit l.iuiilii l'c ii H1 i
ltalt-.. WIinlnMnlti kl n Ii.. ,.
comes squarely out aud says to our Uiuaai a, no 00 t-i-nta. lain
.-.. vhi..'i. ;iu T IU I HI ) i. 1
Ill.t.-B. 1ti.all...,i 11. l.
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I lotn. Uu i)ic. CalMiiiiM UU-n I..
i 11111.11. Jt )M- IT,.
Oun You.so Folks. This popular
Magazino for Boys and Girls presents
a very attractive table of contents for
hers of tho Society who aro mombors , Novombor. Doctor Hayes furnishes
01 1110 legislature, togetnor wun tno nn escilill new chapter of "Cast Awav
1 allixi. 74 Hi.-
l'"t I2.2S rt 2.75 p
) I. 1. V. V. V, I'. l V V. v. e. p pi
Prcsidont and Yico President of the
1 111 the Cold;" Mrs. Diaz gives two more
The Catholic population of Yormont
Grace Church, Now York, iuvited
thq Rev, Philip Biooks, of the ilmrch
.of tho Holy Tiinity, in Philinlelphin,
tb become its rector, offering him a
salary of $15,000, but ho declines.
At tho present time threo of tho
; Now England Bishops aro abtont, viz:
Hopkins of Yormont, Easthurn ol
-'Massachusetts, and Clark Of Rhodo
Levi Silliman Tvcs, L D., LL. D.,
formbrly Bishop of tho Protestant
Episcopal Church of North Carolina,
nnd.well known for liiB roligious writ
ings, philanthropic works, and convor
"kioii to the Catholic faith, died at his
'residenco in Mnnhattanvillo, N. Y.,
Sunday afternoon of last week.
- '.Rev. G. W. Stetson is now absont in
Ohio. Ho goes to attend tho dedica
'tory soii vices of n now church, which
'hasbcLon built iu tho placo whom ho
.Stamps oy Di:us. Tho Commission
qr of Iutornal Revenue has decided
that ground-ront deudB should be
btntupod tho snmo as other convey
ances' of realty, or at the r ite of fifty
cents for each fivo huudred dollars or
fraclion.al part of livy humliiid do'lara
of tho consideration or vnluo.
iMo.vrooMKuv. Chas. Martin has
leased his hotel at tho Centre, to Goo.
dlakor of Johnson. Mr. Bakor is a
young nian, nnd his friends aro confi
dent, that he will keep a good hotel,
""jThc, Baptist church at tho Centre
.yillugo .has . recently rocolvod u now
coat of paint. Sentinel.
n . . 1 1
oocioiy, wcro uipointeu sucn com-, capit(U .-Letters from William Henry
mittoe- j to his Grandmother;" Gail Hamilton
Dr. Wm. R. Hutchinson road nn in-1 writes of "Jamie Again." TIk se and
torosting and discriniinativo paper on j other excellent stories and poei.i.i, a!!
"Tho Medical Springs of Vermont," 1 profusely illustrated, make tins mint
giving an analysis of many of the 1 her of "Our Young Folks" one of the
springs, and tho modicul virtues they i bct ever issued.
aro said to possess. ; Tho Publishers pros, nt .-u ini 1. .in
Dr. C. P. Frost road an able paper 1 array of attractions to readei - of "Our
upon Puerpal Gonvulmom, tnvinir his Younp Folks" for lhliH. Charhs
viows of its diagnosis, pathology, and Dickens has w ritten express 1 f u-this
At S P. M., tho President of tho So
cioty, Dr. E. D. Wurnor, delivered a
vory interesting nddrosn, mainly his
torical and, roniinisctmlial of tho vari
ous Qniicks and 'Qrtacfr ' lidslrhum
which havo existed in I113 day. Tho
addross was woll roColvod by a largo
audience, and was dolivorod in the
During tho evening au intorotting
discussion tool: ploco upon Ovariotomy
and Ot-arian disoaso in which prs,
Wnltor Buruham and H. R. Storor of
Massaehusotts, and Drs. Wolff nnd
Corlisss, of Now York participntod.
Adjourned to 9, A. M.
Thursday, 1), A. M. Discussions
Puerikd ComuUwm, in which Drs.
Frost, Rnss, Bulltud, Tennoy, War
ner, Keith, Miles, Richardson, Put
man, Hydo, and other participated,
rolating to cases occmriug in their
Tho committeo on Nominations re-
portod tho following list of Officers
for tho year ensuing, viz:
l'ixulenlU. P. Fii,8t, M. D.,Brat
tloboro. Mce President E. x. S. Morgan,
M. D., Bennington.
Htvvdanj. lj. C Butler, M. D.,
Nortlu iu yellow corn that I havo ev- 1U(,illc Yullev Railroad, with amend- no.t 'inow uul ll onld have bet n
or seen in Vermont. It was grown on ments whicll were agreed to, and tl0 good idea to buy thorn up. Trne.i
, i it. .. 1 ...:.i l i.,n i,.-.!...,! ih;...i",.,.i;.,.. they are not worth much, for 111 com-
Ki.iuuii iuul nn euveieii Willi u vijror- --"j tu.... .ei.u.i.tj. - , r x i r i m I
.,. , ,..x ! afteusoos. l,aI,-v "ltU alr?- I" '"'. lexumtned them
....... u .11 eiuin Men pioweu me; a,viTi!i ..... ,,,. i esterdny. Un the matter of Dry
25th of May. But very little manure m,The hour for n joiut asHt.lubiv Qooi s Mrs. Paul's head is as about aJ lKnrKCT SIGHT ri;nj . ,
was put upon the ground nnd none in havinp arrived, tho Senate repmied to levo.1 HS I.n08,t wo.,,l;11 s- &'o went ov-,
the hills. I havo no means of deter-, tho Hail of the House of Repiosenta-1 e,r Ui2in 111 ao'IUI' iscovonng that the
.;,,;. n,.; u, 1 , - 1 Hvih dresses were frayed around the edg-
nnninj the vield per acre but mdcintr lnt B- J I
.... I rrllrt Mi.li..fr. l.n-lni i-nl.i...ml T-I. CS.
iroin appeaiance it imi.t beeuonnous. ' v.:7Z."r"V""'. ' Ilcr soul', was not "in arms nnd rea-
Letsrislnlure of Vermont.
Monti'i mi 1 , W din .,day, Oct. 10,
SrsviF -af'i i!)i'"i! - Bill providmp
for iissessmg a ta of three per eeni
1 11 the couii' 1 I' iiidsor. Pusscd.
Jliit -i'- i.ltfi nn, .11 - Tin- spe iKer nn
.I'-oiinoed th" folli v, dig select cotnmit-
t 1 s:
On the snbj . t of expenses of litiga-
hill No. 2, incorimratinp tho Liiuoille
I Valley Railroad, was taken up, read
1 and leferred to committee ou rail
1 l olds.
Tli(- President appointed as a com
mittee to xisit and inquire into the af
ar WIOCWI.VO V I-ILK
dy for tho fray !
Mm cover, many of them woro soil-
ed, and cut very low in the nock.
1 "Why -T.jhu, I would'nt wear one of
th; in," t he cried, "not if they had '
PKIlFEt TFA .-.''
Puis of the Vermont State Prison: ' ' " ",M VJ nn UU! p'osideutesses
Messrs. Baker ui.d Root. Ul lt ow?r 011 -di.rs. I've got bet-
H01 sr.. JM Pa.rd.ll 2, to mcor- U'' PUf-V 'Sl s "l !l,nl't-' "
poiato tho Linionle VaUev Railroad ."li ;t "'-v ' 1 :dh ctionately urg
Coiupany. ed, "these ai e 1 eputiln an party di ess-
li-imrl--From select com to which S yen should pmeliase them in
was referred H 28. to enable the tow . pnnupic s sake, it not t r old assodv-
rait-.-iUar ivaaiinw -nh i1
nl.m.' "11-.I1iii JSii-jiiH. I''i
I i . Pi , .111- III -111 lli't I'll' ' '
li- I llll.. (Ill .111 tl.lt -n Al 11 1!" '
tlli J il'i in -t ili.n tin i;i"' 1
: 1 1'l.r, I !. II till' 1 -. llflM'.-. 0'
till I M
Tin i ! nut n-.inii- i-n e
.1 .1 ... -.1 -. .1.. . LIUIIS illlS m III. 'A . 11 II lilt.
JleK1'u- JJUIIurtl, Ol ".V.iV.. t .:ii.' Vt'.ii w I '"M I.icht O.ir trroat and .n.,,,1 PreMilent .. .i' ' !i. . ul'L..1.' . . . '.' , '
Ma-azine "A Holiday Roneince, " w tlaven, heeler, of Jamaica, Cat-' was murdered Thinl w h it n c o. 1 '
1 1 ,. " . . lin of Swaiitmi Miller of Porrfi-et nnd 'Company, in favor of the bill w ith "1,uupd. lmui. w 11.it a cbo.-.-
which will appear 111 early uumbeis. Fr;,f.U(an of M aterford i tc''dments which were agreed to and f nme of mind it wouh throw you . PKUFKOT SPKCTACLES MADE,
with illustrations by the greatest of 1 To visit the Reform School Messrs I bU1 ni"died to third rending. The 1 1,lto' Uie memories of that horrible
Mnglish designers, John Gilbert. The ' Marvin, of Albumin Van Siek'len of ' meudiuenU to this bill and also to the nssnssination night, and the snle-, Oao of tho ttrm .ii i t ti .
1. .11 ..ti... ir.i:,...ii ...mi 1 -i T.,,, i;....i.... 'l' ,.t mi.. 1 1-.' .1 1 lull inprirnnrnl in
Uini-nn,l. nm.nrni.Mr (lellt bftllgingS, Would crowd Up Ul ,K iit. n r-i.H'-
. iSurlini'ton. leunev. of Thf.tfnr.l Pm-l-
uto several articles in prose amUor.se. ol Ht- Albans and Kellogg of "mi io a con icmion wiiu ine
Tr .,. . , ' , , .Benson. Vermont & Canada in tho town of
Dr. IlnyoB will ftu.sh hw capital story, Tho akJl. lnJ(1 bofor(j t)o Honso Swan ton, "Georgia, St. Albans. Milton
'Uast Away 111 tho Cold. Airs. Stowe IV l!0mmunieation from tho Govornor, I anc Burlington" being atruolr out and
will continue to writo sketches like ntiuounciuir that ho had aimolntnrl nn I " lii'fiold, Sheldon, Highgnto nnd
,nr;his pnrt, under tho joiut resolution I Swanton," inserted iu tho bill.
providing for the reception of Mniorl J'm J'i"0(iucea ana Hoj erica. Jiy
G.on. P. H. Sheridan, Hon. Paul Dil
lingham, Hon. John G. Smith, Hon.
Frederick Holbrook, Rev. Hnrvoy D.
KitcheH, D. D., President Janie's B.
rVngell, Major Gen. W. Y. W.
thoso which have made her so popnl
with tho loaders of "Our Young
Folks." Mr. J. II. A. Bono will furn
ish six historical artioloson very inter
esting supjcols, which will be illustrat
ed with historical acourncy. Tho An-
you as you rustled nround in its hi nvv
But fctill she wns obstinate. "I '
don't want ally relics of tho leliol!''
Thk Baiik Oasok. Wo dip tho fol
lowing from tho Now York Evening
"A birch bnrk enitoo has been pre
sented to tho Central Park byMusaia.
Buck & Pendur, proprietors of tho
Menjphremagog House, Nowport, Vt
und is now on .exhibition in tho old
arsenal. It was built Hub summer by
some Indians from yu FraneiB, Cann-
thor of "Tho Seven Liltln Kisti s " ,,.. ,0": V ells Gen. Porley
of tho most charming of children's! TUArl-r'.iii,. e -r 1
1 1 -ii x 11 r. xt , , -v ktuly, of Mornstown, to m-
books, will tell "Damn Natures Sto- j corporato tho Morrisvillo manufaotur
rios," expluining many curious facts of ing Company; to committoos on mnn
animal and vogctablo life. And hosts "fuctuim Adjourned,
of other good writers will help make I Tumtsmv, Oct. 17.
"Our Young Folks" constantly nttrac-1 Senate forenoon -Bills Introduced
live and useful. As the Publishers Ht'''i; Dnlo; a bill entitled an act,
un -. -Ti 1 1 1 . , eedmg to the United Statop oxclusivo
say "It will be seen that Oar loung jluisdmtion over a site for n Cimtom
h oiks for 18Gb has something for its .House at Norton. Rend first and
patrons in evory juvenile department: second time, and on motion of Sena
Romance, History, Fiction, Fact, Poe- , tor Dalc- liali's H d 21, requiring
trv.Pinse. F,oiev S,-...,.p,. I.;,. ,, i'K'"'('ineni una izi uuurs to intervene
Watch Jlalitrr amUcwolir, st l-i"- ' "
davHonlr. WihIih'mU.v ami Timn-il-' ,.J!
1:1-1, nn, f till, nml nt tin-Ht.ir. ofiliVftli.'
HOW Utterly unroasonnbln a wnmnn XTBTT. Mil'ou. Vt.. om- t. .
: 1 T 1.1 i 1. .. ... 1 . Xiivi'imx-r lflt li. fur the muti"
.s; x ....gut, as wen nave uijKed to :. .. .,.,-... utlI1L, lhl.;u; l(f .
tho bod-post to pursunde it to buy a i who r.-ijuirc moru than (.ulumry ait. in.
balmoral instead of chintz curtains. ! .. .
! Poor Mr. Brady had tho trouble of A. II. .Munjail and K MlllintJ
showing us tho goods without effect-' .
ing n single sale, and I went homo dis- Art- our Hi.U- AkchIh for st. .Mi ,
T 1 . 1 1 11 1 Re" Wo t-iiuilov no in alars.
contoutod nnd unhappy, inoro pur- 1
stiaded than ovor that 1 had made
mistake in tho choice of a wifo for
woman who would refuse to woar
Mrs. Lincoln's old clothes, after all
that has bepn saidnhout thorn, is sure
ly umvoi thy tho confidence mid nffec
tioji of 'Any good republican. "John
Paid" in Sprinyjield Jltyutiican.
Mr. Crane, of Nowpoit, to incorporate
tho Missisquoi Ruilioad Co., (from
somo point on tho Yormont k Canada
iu Franklin County, to somo point on
tho Pussumpsio in Orleans County);
lo com on rmlronds.
Joint Atotcnibly. Tho Sennto camo
in to tho Reprosontntivos' Hall, and a
joint assembly was formed for tho pur
poso of elocting judges of tho Suprome
Court and rcportor of tho decisions of
lion, Stephon Thomns, Profiidont of
tho Senate, in tho chair, Hon. Goorgo
Nichols, Secretary of Stnto, clerk.
Thn fnllnu-iiiir i.liiiiliiwiu m-ai-i. n.nrlr.
by. a viva voco voto: j A oiilc Response. Too much
John Piorpoint. of Vergeames, Chief U,UUH4 nuoi 00 given to 1110 nonio ro
1 . AJA.
PT. AM I I V
Justice of Supreme Court.
James Barrett, of Woodstock, First
1 , . , . ; -- :. (thsisniui ri usuco.
Iml w u. 1.1 .,,..1 .1.1 .nn.i:.,.. I . . .
and Auu,bon,enl, und it unul continue p il a 7iU t ! .. '?IU1Wof 1lUlaU(1' Hoc
to be, as it now is, A Household Ne
ceKsity and Delight." It is only $2,00
a year. Clubs get it at jednced lutes,
and Premiums ate offered for new
Tmutui titiitd .dirariun - Chas. C!ail:, ! Snbhc ibers. Send
M. D., Montpelier. 1 Fin.ns, Boston.
frrmanj and Auditor -v.. M.Chan 1 Is Ir I - Book L
to TlOKNOll iV
The Senate voted to adjourn from
Friday afternoon to !) o'clock on Mon
By Senator Pront (by request); nn
net to corporato tho Wulloomsack
dler, M. D., Montpelier.
Dr. Junes, of Waterbury, lend n
paper on Uun Shut Ft m l urn of the
lionet, occurring under his observa
tion m two field hospitals, over which
lie had ohargo during the war.
The by-law, admitting to honoiviy
moHibamhip, four members of tho pro
fession out of tho Stnto each year ws
adopted by the Society, and Dr. Ash
bol Woodward, of Connecticut, Dr.
G. P. Conn, of New llampihiro, Dr.
Arthur Wolff, of Now York, npd Dr.
da, of entire sheet ot bark, sixtei u feet ' W'dtor Burnham, of Massachusetts
'longbyfour feet wide, which will soon were
vo muncneu upon tuo inue j wimUlll muctM,g
By Prof. II. B, Storer, M P.. is n com- I mmhwooh.
pnnion volnnm to "Why Not? n Book 1 .rHo.l'"& , Introduced. By Mr.
thor. It is a pamphlet of 17fi pages, , lows prohibiting pound fisheries. Ro
containing tin able nnd careful biirvty furred to Genoml Committoo.
of certain "Dulioato Subjects" usiuilly ' ' ' From tho committoo on
shunned in Litemture nml couvorsa- i '.f8' ,feommondingtlioabolisliinout
Tt i....,i ; 1. .1 .1 'ut u,e "'co of Bank Coinmissionor;
011. It contains eight .utuUs with aml thnt tho fllnolonB of t,mt omc6 Uo
the followmg headmgr dovolved upon tho Auditor of Ac-
Ills not Good to bo Alone; Mar-1 comitB. Ordciod lo thlrdronding.
riago ns n Sanitary Measnro; Howl aptkhnoon.
Early iu Life is ,Mariiuy to Im. A.l. I HdU
vised y The Rights of the Husband; , r' lmll of henvphnrg; nn net to in-
x .... c. ijii.L - 11. 11 ' corporate tlm rn1lll,lnann1. Rnilrimil
isschusetta, 'Are thes.' Rights Absolute or Recip- ''"l'"""' tno W'nHoyinsncl; ItaUroai
proposed for eleciion ut tho n.-xt imd with Duties; Should mere In- ITlTy.KT 1"" nwlT
'stinct, uk enson b t!,0 rU1e? Argu-1 tho Tu.y & Boton Jil trtmspuit
oud Assistant Justice.
Asahol Peck, of Montpelier, Third
William 0. Wilson, of Bukorsfiold,
Fourth Assistant Justico. .
Benjamin Il.Steolo.of St. Johnsbury,
-filth Asspitnnt juhuco,
sponso with which Uie Washington
jjiorury yompany ot l'liiladelpliin arc
'fins - '
Hit 1 i
I Hills "'
,1 rn.'t "
Skl'l H s '
Jbian'i s .
p,... , '
rnland'a i"putatloii aa an ei ,'iiwt-n
n uii ilii x. it ih tin
meeting in their patriotic endeavors to , "
llOmo for tho ratnitnti oil lid
"u""""i' "i niu ixivoismo insiiiuto, a oiii pi-op
nn- troul.lod,) oIvlk iipm . ,
, anil 111 fact i vcrytiuiiK i" " " j.
.!. 1" .. . . .. i-.im i-.il. -. IV ice. 23 cents, aiau-
toiuieis ami sailors orphuns. Tho ali thn Hiipcnlsioii of tho oriKimt
plan adopted by the company has been 1 J Uff PO AWD
Sivnl ir'"051-! tlelil),),'"tll''. " ' And for naV bv nU Wl.oVl- and 1
locoivcd the ondorsement of eminent Kit, and at ('ountry stmx-H w. "H
legal authority. Tho trustees selected 'V l'"-.' R"'1 Uarlc'1' Wlll'y 1
.1 ... , 1 AKlUts.
Wheeluch G. Yeazoy, of Rut'nnd, ! to disburse tho money thus raped aro
Reporter of tho doaiaions of the Su
Tho Somite withdraw und tho Houso
Live ron Otiiehs God hns writton
upon Uio lowers that Bwooton tho nir,
upon the broozo that rocks the ilowcr
upon its stum, upon tho raindrops
that swell tho mighty rivor, uppn the
dewdrops that refresh the smallest
sprig of moss that roars its head in
the desort, upon tho oconn that recks
Qvery awuunior in its channel, upon
ovory penqilud sholl that sluops in the
well known citizens "of Pennsvlvimifi
nnd New Jersov. nnd their
1 Troiirlrlin- Alio. AL'Cllt f'lf ' 1 ' .1.
lltlllieM Jr....'. . 1 . . . 1... 1 U' I...I.....1 VI' ( ' ' '
. 1 1 , . " 1 inriiinu uy 171. a. 11. x u.u...., .... t
puuiiui oo n stuuciont guaranleo to ''. Diai-rli, Kiixie. uiman i-u (Vm
uioso wno would nid in renriii!' one of """.'
uiu iiouicst ciiariuea that over thrust
itself boforo tho peoplo. Every sub
scriber to tho stock, which costs but
one dollnrper share, not only receives
n fino stoel-plato ongraving, worth nt
retail fif.y por cent, more than what is
paid for tho stock, but is also guaran
teed somo prosont in the great distri
bution of tho $1100,000 worth of pres
ents which are to bo awm-dod in Mm
G. B. SMITH,
Tho throo largest pros
llutralo and I'ancV BlelKli ItoheH.
Ladjca' Drfsn Furs, Fur and h ' '
ITittcnsi, Valines, Uiubru.i'-1 '
tiling lings, Triinhs. .
l. M J '.lo. Tula an ocjlai dm-noo to" ZZ
onts tuo worth $70,000.- Each sharer I Sou th Drain Street, St.
l.ill.ln.. .... . .. ... "-- ...--""JJZ
AtuuiiSi 1 "i
ighty sun which warms ,J one of tho hugost presents. Every
uie millions ot (reatiires that . one will obtain KOlllli lll-nkim, nrwl ..
lho ill its lii.ht.ii.imi nil 1. I Ii...:.. .;. . .l'WUI" 'I
ten, "Noneof us Jiveti, t, hnnself." ;S Juad
. ... i . " it i
VCASII PAID FOR SHIPPHIB
J. fctnall sum of uionct, go
nf nionov. (,'H tQ lino"""