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BY W. W. PKESCOTT.
MONTPELIER, VT, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1SS4.
VOIi. 79. 105S. KO. 41.
WEDNESDAY, JUI,Y 23, 1881.
Itcpubllcan Uoimty CoiiTcutlon.
Tlio repnbllcan voters of Washington county aro
liereuy notlflotl ancl reUi'twl to meet In inawt con
ventlon In Montpelier, on HAturd.tr Auirust 2il, 1884, at
teno'clock a. M to nomlnato camllilAtt-s for state en
atorsaml county olllccrnj alao to elect a countr com
inlttcfl for the next two yeara ernulng.
OLAUK KISO. ,
F. A. DWlSKI.ti, RtpulHcan
W. 1 nlM.INOIlAM,
W. A. JONKS, ) Countv
V. l 1'IIKI.N,
o. li. HOYUK, Committte,
V. A. KDOEKroN, )
Dated at Montpelier, Jnly 10, 1S34.
A large majoilty ot the delegatea who wlll
compose the conventlon to-day had nssombled
last nlglit, and at tho hondquartera, at tlie
Pavlllon, canvassing for tbe dltloront cnndi
dates waa actlvely golng on untll a luto bour.
Thore la a vory full attendanco and vory great
Intereat Ia felt ln tbe tesult ot tbe ballotlug to
day. Tbe contest ln tho Chelsoa delegation,
the"zebra ballota " troni St. Jobnsbury and
otber lncldentg In last weok's priniariea, attract
attentlon and partlcularly tho lattcr exclto
Indlgnant comment. It la clalmod by voters of
Chelsea tbat tbe rulo of tho conventlon ro
qutrlng the boz at the cancua to be kcpt
open an hour was not complied witb that,
agalnst the protests of voters, it was closed in
about balf an hour from the openlng, the
result of tho ballot declared and the mcetlog
ndjourned. Votera in Cbelaoa claim that thelr
lights have beon denied tliem, and they proteat
agalnst the admisslon of tho dolegatea alleged
to bave been choaen. In 'Woodbury it ia nlao
alleged that the rulo of the conventlon waa
not observed, and that ono of the dele-
gatea claimed to have been chosen la a voter
nelther in the town of Woodbury nor ln
tbe atate. It la poasible tbat thls caae may
alao como before the commlttee on credentials.
At a late hour last nlglit ostitnatea ot the rela-
tlve strength of the leadlng candldatea on the
flrst ballot gave Grout 140 votoa; Dllllngham,
120; Ilookcr, 100. It waa evldent that there
would lio no choice on thls ballot. Mr. Dllllng
ham'a nomiuation, ultimately, ia confldeutly
predlcted by hla frienda.
A hearing was held on tho Chelsea matter
last evening, and It was declded to admit tho
delegation and report tho facta to the conven
tlon for actlon thereou. Notice was served, lato
last night, that tbe Cabot delegation would be
contested, and tho heariog was set for elght
o'clock thls mornlng.
No preslding olllcer waa selected last even
ing. Tbe followlng aro aome of the diatingulshed
gentlemen preaent who aro not delegatea
to the conventlon: Hugh Henry, Chester;
U. G. Bullard and II. K. Ide, St. Johna
bury; Joslah Grout, Derby; W. H. DuBois,
West Randolph; Kittredge Hasklna and
George W. Ilooker, Brattleboro; W. W. Grout,
Barton; W. P. Dllllngham, Waterbury; W. C.
French, Woodstock; 0. N. K'klna, North Tioy,
Tiieiie ia to be a Blalne and Logan club in
Rutland composed of those who previoualy
have voted the democratic ticket.
Tueki! ia a report that Prosident Arthur will
eoon como north for a flylng trlp to I'lntts-
burgh, St. Albana, aud hla blrthplace at Fair
The Frce Prcss mado lts appearanco last Mon-
day in a new dress of type tbroughout, and
with an lmproved arrangement of matter. It
looks well iu lts new sult.
We aro Indebtod to Hon. Charlea Dowey,
inapector of iluance, for the atatement ot the
conditlon of our savlngs lnstitutiona which
appeara iu another column.
Captain Geokoe Rusiilow has been ap
pointed assistant general auperintendent of
the Champlain Tranaportatlon Company, wlth
beadquarters at Lake George.
DANii'.r, CiiASEof Middlesex, sevonty.tbreo
yeara old, waa stnick by an englne Friday.
One arm and two rlbs were broken, and hla
shoulder was dlsplaced. He died Saturday.
Rbv. S. Leuov Blakk, D.D,, of Fitchburgh,
Masa,, classof 1859, bas accepted the appolnt
ment ot orator before the assoclated alumni of
Middlebury College at the coinmencement ex
erclaes in 1885.
Receiveii Ricu la now prepared to redeein
the cbecks not presented in tlmo to tbe Flrst
Natlonal Bank of St. Albans. It Bont to blm
by mall they wlll ba exchanged, or they will be
paid at the counter of the bank.
It ia sald that a great many twonty-flve cont
plecea, clevor counterfeita, are in circulatlon,
The pleces aro dated 187S. On genulno quar-
tera only three claws can be aeen on the eagle,
whlle on the counterteit tbe eagle has four
claws on one foot and three on tbe other.
Wauuen D. Hatck, presldent of tho Hatch
Llthograph and Eugravlng Company ot New
York, ia supposed to have committed sulclde,
Mr. Hatch graduated from the Universlty of
Vermont at Burlington In the class of 1853, and
Is known by many of tho rosidentaof tbat city,
The Vermont Methodlst Semlnary makes lts
announcement for the comlng year ln the prea-
ent Issue ot thls paper. The high standing
which tho school haa galned under tho present
managoment is comlng to be well known, and
lts advantages aro worthy the careful conalder
ation of all who bave young peoplo to educate,
The current number of Uarptr's Weekly
contalns an article on tho balloon ascenslon
made here July lth, which it calla "a most
noteworthy balloon voyage", lllustrated by a
vlew of the party "drlftlng througb the
cloudB." Since Professot Griraloy'a return to
New York he haa been serioualy 111, but la now
In uaual health agaln.
Tiib Klghth Vermont Reglment has recelved
speclal Invltatlon to attend the Windsor county
reunlon, to be held at South Royalton on tho
20lh ot August. Arrungements havo been
made wlth the aeveral ratlroada for fare oue
way. The exocutive commlttee wlll make ar
rangeraenta wlth tho secretary to notify overy
moruber of the old Elghth.
The Johnson correapondent of the f'ree Vress
ia made to say; "Wo aro rejolclng In a new
town clerk, theglft of Deacon Dextor Whiting
It haa been placed In tho tower of the Baptlst
church," There are several romarkable thlnga
about thla item aa lt reads, but we Imaglno that
the wrlter bad "clock" In place ot "clerk,1
na tho intelligent proof.reader lett lt.
The peoplo of Leicester, Masa., proposo to
celobrate the centennlal ot Leicester Academy
on the 4th of September nex. Thla la a mat
ter ot Intereat ln Vermont, aa the fonndera of
tho academy were Colonel Jacob Davl, who
waa tho flrst to mako a permanont sottlemont
In Montpelier, and Colonel Kbenezor Crafta of
Craftsbury, who was the fatber ot Verraont's
govcrnor, Sainuol C. Cratts.
Tiieur aro clrcumstnncea connected wlth the
fallnro of Judgo Deavitt of St. Albana that
make tho caae worae than at flrst supposed. It
ia stated that many sowlng-glrls and other poor
people placed thelr aavings ln hls hands, wlth
the bolief that lt was safer to do tlnis than to
deposlt ln any bank, The aequel has proved
that Jndge Deavitt could hold out longor than
any bank ln St. Albans, but bad Investments
and tho prevalllng raanla for specnlatlon were
too much for blm. Accordlng to curront re
port, ho wlll not pay over twonty-five cents on
The caso of tho Central Vermont railroad
agalnst the town of Royalton waa argued by
couusel, before Judgo Royce, at St. Albans,
Jnly 15. The aelectmen of Royalton ln the
fall of 1883 lald a road ln sald town croaslog
the railroad at grado. Tho railroad clalm that
under the law, na lt has exlsted slnco 18-19, towna
have no authorlty to lay a grade crosslng. It
la a qucstlon that all towna on the Une of a
railroad in Vermont are Intorested In. Thoro
wlll be no decision untll September, and tho
flnal decision by tho Bupreme court is expected
The democratic state commlttee held a
mcetlngat the resldenco of Hlram Atklns, Jlon
day evening, at which every county was repre-
Bcnted except Essex nnd Lamoille. Hlram At-
klns was elected chairuan and J. H. Senter,
K?q., of Warren, was chosen secretary. It was
dccided to leave the canvasa In the aeveral
counttes to the local committee-men to make lt
aggressive, or otherwise, as they paw (lt, but
thero will be no such active canvass aa was
mado four years ngo. The members of the
commlttee were entortained ln a very hosplta-
Washinoton Cai'itai.: " I am very glad to
hear that there is to be no opposltlon to the
re-election of Senator Morrill of Vermont for
another term hls fourth ln the senate. Mr.
MorriU, although past Beventy years of (ige, ls
Btill ln hls intellcctual prlme. He may sately
count on pasalng hls elghtleth birthday ln
coundnesa of mlnd nnd llmb. He is an admir-
able representative of tbe American people, as
ns well as ot the state of Vermont, and would
make a better prosident of tho Unlted States
than rnest of the republlcans who were candl
dates for the ofllco thla year."
The Unltarian grove meetlng at Weira, on
Lake Winnlpiseogee, begins tbla year on July
27 and coutlnuea elght days. Rev. M. J. Sav-
age ls to preach July 27, Mrs. Mary A. Liver-
more, August 1, and Rev. H. W. Thomaa, D.D.,
of Cbicago, Augnst 3. Tlckets at reduccd
rates, good untll August 23, may be obtalned
at st.itlona on the Montpelier & Wells River
railroad. Tho Unlveraalist grove meetlng
at Welrs contlnues from Auguat 7 to August
10 thla year. Round trlp tlckets, good from
August G to 9, golng, and untll September 1,
retarning, will be sold at about half the full
fare at the stationa on the Montpelier & Wells
The republlcan majorities at the Vermont
September elections in presldentlal yeara since
18C0 have been as follows: In 18G0, 22,370; ln
18T1, 18,977; in 18G8, 27,320; In 1872, 25,333; In
1870, 23,735; in 1880, 25,025. In 1870 tbe Ver
mont democrats were at tbeir best. They east
ln that memorable year 20,350 votes for Samuel
J. Tilden, agalnst 44,428 for R. B. Hayea. Four
years later they polled 18,310 votes for Han
cock, againat 45,507 for Garfleld. At the last
etate election (that of 1882) the total vote was
Hght, and was thus divlded: Jobn L. Barstow
(republlcan), 35,839; George E. Eaton (demo-
crat), 14,400; C. C. Martin (greenback), 1,530
We have recelved the followlng card from
Mr. Vlctor I. Spear of Braintree, whlcb we
cheerfully give a place in thcse columns: " In
your last isaue I notlce an nrticle contalning
the snggestion that my name might be used In
opposltlon to Mr. S. B. Hebard for the ofllce of
senator from Orange county. In thls sectlon
of our county, a reply even to such a proposl-
tlon would not be necessary. Tho orlgln of
bucIi a thought as far as I, and, I bellevo, my
frlends, are concerned ia found In your arti
cle. Mr. Hebard ia the regular nomlnee of tbe
pary, fairly chosen, and a capnblo, honest
raan. Aa such, he wlll receive my unqnalified
support." We are glad to know that the
report which came to us la unfoundod.
The followlng circular ia being aent throngb
the state, dated at Burlington and slzned
"Democratic Commlttee": " It is time somo
concerted actlon was takon in Vermont, regard
lesa of party, concernlng our prohlbltory law.
The platfortn of the democratlo party of Ver
mont ln the present campalgn declarea for
high Ucense law, The democratic nomlnee for
governor haa nlways, ln publlc and prlvate, ad
vocated a llcense law na best for the intereats
and mo'rals of our poople and stato. A little
extra exertlon on your pait, in your vlcinity,
may bear good trult In the comlng election
What say you will you take hold?" One of
the?o documents, dlrected in candldate Redlng-
ton's hand.writlng, waa recelved on Monday by
a ropubllcan of thls vllUge who ls a pronounced
prohibltlonlBt, and It ls needlesa to say that he
will not " take hold."
A berious nccldent occurred aa tho local
patsenger traln from White Rlver Junctlon
was drawlng up at the West Randolph statlon
yestorday mornlng, Rev. S. I. Currier was
approachlng the croBslng below tho statlon at
that tlmo ln a wugon wlth aspanof horses, and
hls attentlon waa attracted to a traln from the
opposite dlrectlon, so that it waa not untll tho
local passenger traln was witbln a few rods
that ho was made uware ot the danger from
that source. He attempted to back hls teatn
but the horses appeired paralyzd with fright
and rofused to movo. He then app'.led th
whlp vigorously, and they aprang forward an
had nearly passed the tr.ick ln safety, whcn the
" cow-catcher " caught tho felloe of a hlud
wheel of the wagou and tho whole teatn was
drawn around under the wheels of tho engino.
By aome means whioh appeared almost mlracu
lous, Mr. Currier crouched down and escaped
wltu a uau Druiso upan tno teiupio. ue waa,
nt flrst dazed by tho blow, but wlll como out nll
tljiht. Ono ot the horses was so badly mangled
as to necessltato kllllng him at once; the other
wlll recovor from lts Injuries. Charlea II
Heath, Eeq.,of Montpelier, waa an eye-wltness
to tho accident and was promlnent among
thoso who hostoned to render asslstance to the
Onck on a time, when the Irlsh queatlon was
agltatlng England, Dean Swlft wrote a book on
the Bubject, showing that II the chlldren could
be dlsposod of ln some way tbe race would
gradually dle out, and tbat would torever eettle
tho vexcd questlon. Ho then tirgcd, na the
most Batlsfactory solutlon of tho problem, that
tho chlldren be eaten, nnd gave fnll directiona
for prcparing thcm for the tablo, ndvlslng that
the smallest be roasted whole, as young plga
are cooked, nnd lald down the most mlnute ln-
Btructlons for servlng tho largo onos ln a way
to tcmpt tho appetlte. Tho book was enjoyed
by nll England as one of tho keenoat exaraploa
of lrony over wrltten, but a mattor-ol-fact
French wrlter, who dld not read between tho
llnea, revlewod the book In all serlousness,
holdlng lt np as striklng testimony to the de
generato morala and barbarous custotns of the
ngllsh poople. Thls Intelligent Frenchman
is dlscounted by the Newport Expreti ln lts
commonta on our vtews of Goneral Gront's tem-
peranco record, as set forth by a correspondent
last week. The Exprcsi evldently had n Grout
chip on lts shouldor nnd, lmaglnlng lt eaw some
ono mako a pass at It, wlthout waltlng to seo
whether a Berious attempt was made to knock
it oit, our eateemed contomporary began to
saw lts arms, llko a veritable wlndmlll, and
shout ltselt hoarse over a " most Idlotlc eftort
' to prejudlce people agalnst General
Grout." Having quoted a portlon of the ar
ticle ln questlon, lt says: " For foollshnesa thls
takes the cako and dhclosoa the anlmus of the
wrlter. Tho statement ls made that General
Grout Is a strlct abatlnence man and doea not
take lntoxicatlng drlnk as a medlclno. It does
not afllrm that ho would not tako lt to Bave
llfo. The imaglnatlve sceno portrayed ls a
brllliant one, worthy a great mlnd, but we
hardly thlnk the entlre second distrlct wlll be
unduly alarmed at tbe prospect." Put on
your glasses, dear Exprtss, nnd read that note
ot ours agaln, and you wlll seo that you were
bllndly zealous for the worthy general. We
tako thla occasion, however, to say that hero
atter, it any such probable statement appeara
ln thls paper as that Redlngton will be elected
governor or that D. M. Camp wlll be chosen
senator from Orleans county, 'lt may be set
down 88 an editorlal joke.
Wr glve below the Bchool statlatlca of thla
state for tho year endlng March 31, 18S4:
Number of Bchool dlstrlctg
Number of publlc echools
Average number ot ilay of achool In the year.
Number of dlfferent ecbolars enrolleu In the
Number of scholars between flve and twentr
years of ago
Average dnlly attendance
Number ot dayt' attendance to eacb tcholar
Number of ecbolars attendlng prlvate BChools
Number of male teachera employed
Number of t emale teacners employed
Number of teachers trho have attended a
Vermont normal Bchool
Average wages per week for male teachers....
verage wages per week for female teachers. .
Amount ralneil by town tax for
echool pnrposes $108,748 80
Amount ralsed br distrlct tax for
nchool purposes 360,272 27
Amount recelved from rent ot
lands 9,782 71
Am't recelved from other sources.. E3.M3 09
Total revenne for school purpoees.
Amount pald for teachers' wages,, $429,930 84
Amount pald for f nel 39,396 33
Amount pald for repalrn 39,302 73
Amount pald for new bulldlngs... 96,994 09
Amount pald for Incldentalt 23,319 $2
Amount pald for new furnlture..., 10,120 92
Total expendlture for school pur-
Approprlatlons to normal schools. . 8,984 00
Comparlng the above witb the report for the
year endlng March 31, 1883, lt la found that the
number ot school dlstricta haa decreased forty,
the number ot schools haa decreaaed three, tho
number of days ot school haa decreased four,
the number of scholars enrolled between the
ages ot flve and twenty yeara haa increased
five bundred and elghty-nlno. There haa been
a docrease of ten ln the number of male teach
ers, and of twenty-two in the number of female
teachers. The wages of male teachers have
increased S1.84 per month and ot female
teachers seventy-two cents per month. The
total reccipts Increased S13,73G.38, and the
total expendlture Increased $4,020 99.
Rev. C. T. Blanchet presented the forelgn
mission cause on aunusy ar. uinst cnurcu,
The chlldren of Trinlty Sundav-school had
jolly picnlc in the Nicholas grove, In Berlin
Rev. II. F. Hill exnects to conduct icllgiou
aervlcea at WrightaviUe next Sunday, at half-
paBt two o ciock v. M.
HiitAM Atkins addressed the democrats of
Roxbury, last Friday evening, at a rally and
Jiag-rnismg in tnat vuiage.
The Montpelier cornet band wlll glve an
onen-alr concert on tno crounua ln front o
the C ipltol buildlng on Friday evening, the
Smith S. Ballaiii) of St. Albans, for Bome
time past an einploye in tbe local frelght clllce
at tnat, place, nas taxen tne posltlon ol irelgnt
cierK at tnis station.
The Montpelier Assoclatlon of Congrega
tlonal Minl-tters will meet In the chanel ol
Betliany church, Tuesday, July 29, at half-past
ten o ciock in me lorenoon.
The Daknta Investment Company, of which
ueorge u. umora is a meiuuer, nas neen ln
corporated. They are dolng a prosperous busi
ness, witb headquartera at Grand Forka
A kkautifuij and impresslve servlce was
held Sunday evening at the Baptlst churcb
when two young glrls were baptlzed. It was
of especlal Inturest to the large number of
young people present.
WE learn tnat Mrs. (J. M. Cleveland gave
some beautlful songs. ln an artistlc manner. at
a prlvate entertalnment at the Hull Yacht Club
llouse, inui, uasrt., last wednesday, Kx
Senator Gllmore's tamlly and others from Bos-
ton were present.
The Woman's Christlan Temperance Union
wlll glve a lawn itty at ura. u. 1.. r nller
grounda next iuursuay evening at peven
o clock, Ice-cream and cako wlll be served
and other attractlons offered to make the occa
sion an enjoyable one.
Fiktkkn counles of voune noonlo attended
ploasaut German at the l'avlllon last Friday
evenlnz. Tho matrons were Mrs. Georce O.
Shepard nnd Mrs. B, F. Filleld, and the leader
Mr. ueorge 11 hneiiara. juuslo was lurnlsned
by Mr. II. II. Scrlbner.
The republlcan caucus held last Thursday
everilug waa unusually large. One hundred
and seventy-flve votea weio east, of which one
hundred nnd 'flfty-one were for Dilllngham
delegates nnd twenty-lonr for urout delegates-
t no nst wlll uo louuil inanotner coiumn.
The balllffs hold a meetlng Monday evenln
to flx tho water-rates for tho Montpelier sya-
tom of watcr-works. NollilDg uellnlte was
declded unon. but another meeilng wlll be held
Boon, whon .the rates charged iu otber place 8
will be consldered ana rates to juompenor con-
The people of Bethany Boclety are to be
congraiuiatoa upon uieir gooa loriune in secur
lng the sorvlces of Mr, F. W. Baucroft na tenor
of the quartettecholr, with Mra. W. A. Brlggs,
Boorano. and Mtsa Marv A. I'hlnnev aa con-
tralto. Ihe cholr now ranka among tbe best
outsiuo of tbe large cltlea,
A liAitciE crowd was attracted to tho saloon of
Jesse Cayhuo on Monday evening by a sculllo
wuicn occurrea tnere between uayuuo anu
laboror on tho Blnnchard buildlng, whom tho
lormor trlcd to ejoct from hls rooms. Lonsiaor
nblo forco was UBed nnd sevcrnl hard blows
admlnlstered, but there were no arrests.
SoMKot the oinnlovcs of Tiik Watciiman
ofllco had a basket picnlc at Foster's nrovei
jNortu utiais, on aaturuay laat, llio time was
filea?antly apent In boatlng, gathorlng water
llloa and other amuaemonts, The party do
Biro to oxpross thelr thanks to Mr. Foster nnd
tamlly for the useof the grove and for other
courtctles extended tliem.
The I'u'.lman car from tho White Mnuntalns
for Montreal, nrtlvlng here at twenty-five mln
utcs past flve r. m., now leaves at once for
Montreal, lnstead of remalnlng here untll seven
clock to watt ior tno (jblcago exuress from
Boston. The new arrangement went into ef-
foct on Monday, n special traln belng run from
Montpelier for the purpose.
I'noFKHfOH C. II. Ghimlev. the icronaut who
made such n successful balloon nscension from
thls place, July 4, has tondered Charlea A.
uwier an lnvltallon to accompany him ln nn
nscension which he Is to mnko from New York
clty on tho 20th of August. It ls not probable
tbat the lattcr wlll accent. however. aa hla
buslnesa affnlra are Buch na to render lt 1m-
Amotiieu tbroueh Pullman car tczanrun.
nlng over tto Wells Rlver road on Mondav.
The car runs between Ogdensburg and I'ort-
lana, ana tno trlp east ih made entlrely ln day
light, leavlng Ogdensburg at half-vast elx a. m.
and nrriving in l'orlland soon after oight
o'clock tho samo evening Thls car runs from
at. Aiuans to t-aoyan s ana returns ln connec-
tlon wlth the White Mountain and Montreal
Anotrr twelve' o'clock Saturdav nltrhtafire
was dlscovered nenr the llne ot the Montpoller
ec wells utver railroad, a suort dlstance above
Sabin's crosslng, and it was at flrst thought by
thosenta dlstance that lt mlclit be located ln
one ot the Bhops of the Pioneer works. Flre
naa startea in an oia pnBscnger car, wnicn nas
stood for a long time near tbe track diroctly
opposite tne rioneer worKs, ana lt was totaiiy
consumed. Noalarin was souodul, and the
fact of lts destrnctlon waa not generally known,
Tiik old buildloB on tho corner. between tbe
buildlng ot the Vermont Mutual Flre Insurance
Company and tho Btore of Denison Dewey, so
long occupled by Mr. Dewey as a tln-shop, nnd
more receniiy Dy nn wasnourne ior a patnt
shoD. ls belnc torn down. The buldlnir was
erectea by juage jNlcnolaa liaylles ol tne bu-
preine court of vermont, fora dwelllnz-honse.
about 1810 or 1812, and lormetly stood near tho
soutbwest corner ot tne old atate llouse yard,
neariy opposite tne present resldence of M. li.
Smille. It was tuovcd to lts present slto about
1830. and was lat occupled us a dwelllng-house
by ur. iiurnoam, a promlnent physiclan, wlio
vacttea lt more tnan twenty yeara ago.
Lettehs uncalled for at Montpelier. Vt.
pos'-ofllce, July 19, 188-1: Ladiea Mrs. Emlly
f- ueeK, iuiss aiaroio urooK, juisa Abbie itar
wood, Mrs. II. B. Mears. Mrs. Julla A. Nourse,
Mrs. Mary B. Orcutt. Mrs. Marcla S. Roeers.
Mlss Mary L. Reed, Mrs. Frank Rogers, Mrs. Al-
treu Klce, ausa Ula Watson and Misa Ada Wood
(2). Gentlemen Henry C. Baker. George II
Cldwell, Herbert C. llale, Montpelier Sboo
my u , Jonn mcArtniir t2), ueo. uoberts,
Josiah Slmpson, Johu Scrlbner, T. S. Sloan,
Fred Savage, M. C. Tmy, II. W. Tucker, P.
J. Wiggins. Andrew Wood and Hueli Quinn.
rartlea applylng for any of the above must
say " navertisea, ana glve tno aate.
uko. w. wino, Acting i'ostmaster,
The Sunday-scbool picnlc nt Wlllsboro Polnt.
last week Thursday, was attended by about
flve hundred persons. The day was very
pleasant, wlthout being dlsai'reeablv warm.
Tbe party arrlved In Burlington shortly after
half-past elght o'clock, and were obllged to
wait soruo three hours for the arrlval of the
boat. Thls time was passed very ploasantlv bv
most ot them ln ridiog or walklnz about the
city or rowing around in tho harbor. Arrivlng
ln Wlllsboro about noon, tney weto allowcd
two hours for refreshments, after which they
were takon down tbe lake us far as Essex, on
tne New lork slde, nnd thence btck to Burling
ton. Qulte a number ot excursiunists remained
in Burlington untll tho nlght traln, reachlng
uome nt one o ciock. iiio party was accom
panled by tho Montpelier cornet band, which
aiscoursea excellent muslc tnrougnout tne day.
Mauy A. Kino, only dauehter of Beniami
Klnc and Attnes M. Nve. dled of consumntlon
at her home, 18 Cllnton street, Cambridgeport,
aiass., last week tuesaay, at tneageot nme
teen yeara. She bad many warm frlends in thla
place, wnere she passed aeveral weeks durlng
the summer of 1882 Though naturally modest
and retirlog, she was none the lesa a pleasant
companion, and her gentle dispcsitlon nnd
lovlnc waya greatly endeared her to the bearta
ot all who kuew Ln-r here. Sometblng over a
year ago sbe bad au attaek of hemorrhage, and
since tlien her health haa undergone a gradual
decllne, though it was not until within u few
weeks that the near approach of death waa
made evident. She nnawered the flnal snm
tnona in the same sweet spirit which had
characterlztd her lite tbroughout. Fnneral
services were held at the houae at half-past
two o'clock Thursday atternoon, and on Friday
the remaina were brougut to Montpelier for
burial, arrivlng here at twenty mlnutes past
four o'clock ln the atternoon. Brief services
were heli at the grave, condncted by Rev. J.
Edward Wright, and attended by n large
number ot relatlves and frienda. The lloral
dNplay at that time waa equal to any wo have
ever teen on a llko occasion. Mr. King re
turned to Boston on Monday. Mrs. King and
two sons remaln ln town for a few days.
A iikautikul banner, bearlngthe portinita of
the republlcan candldatea, was Buaponded be
tween the poat-olllce block and the Dalloti
buildlng last Wednesday evenlcg, in the pres
ence of n large cruwd of speciators, and three
cheers wero given for Blalne and Logan. A
ratltication meetlng was nfterwards held at
Capltal Ilall. The meetlng waa called to order
by George W. Wing, Esq., chairman of the
republlcan town commlttee, who lntroduced
Hon, Henry Ballard as the flrst spenker. Mr.
Ballard Bpoke eimestly for noirly an hour and
n half, urglng 'tho clalms of too republlcan
party, the inerlts of tho rnndldates, und tho
duty of republlcan votora. He waa followed by
Hon. W 1. Dillinghaiu, who spoke brlefly in
emphaals of the lde.ta presented by Mr. Ballard.
Duilng the evening papers were In circulatlon
to secure tbe namea of those who norede.irous
of joinlng In the orgitnlzatlon ot a Blalne
nnd Logan club. A commlttee was appolntfd
to prepare a Ust of olllcers for the club
and tho meeting was adjourned to Mon
day evening. The Montpelier bacd tur
nlshed muslc durlug tho evcnlog. The com
mlttee snbmltted thelr report on Monday even
ing and tbe same was accepted, and a club or
ganlzod by tho election of tbe followlng oillcers :
Presldent, Fred K. Smith; vlce-prestdents,
Hlram A. Iluse, George L Ijine, Stepheu
Thomaa, Rev. J. D Beoman, J, II, Burpee and
E. M, Guernsey: executlve commlttee, Goorge
C. Shepard (chairman), J, W. Brock, L. Batt
Cross, Chatlea DeF. Bancroft, W. W. Prescott,
P. II. McCormick, Charlea F. Collins, C. W,
Guernsey, Peter Badord, Aughtney Jangraw,
Charlea C. Ramsdell and C. W. I'oiter; treas
urer, J, C. Ilougbton; correspondiDg, secretary,
Harlan W. Kemp; recordlng secretaries, O. D.
Clark, Alland G. Fay and A. W. Ferrln. An
addlttonal commlttee, conslatlng of the follow
lng, was choeon to secure nddltlonal members
from thelr respectlvo wards: Ward 1, Thomas
J, Keegan and II. 0. I.ull; 2, George Felt and
G. W Colby; 3, E. W Urown and Jnmea Can
nlng;4, J L TuttlonndC. W. SellnaajC, II. M.
Pierceand O. D. Clark.
Mit. and Mns. M. W. Tandv ot Boston, and
Mr. and Mrs. John Church ot Citra, Florlda,
were ln town over Sunday.,... Mrs. 11. A.
Cleveland ia spendlpg a few weeks at Hotel
Pembcrton, Hull, MHssnchusotU..,.Mrs. L. W.
Shedd returnid to Montpelier on Monday, at
ter a long absence Mr. nnd Mrs. Ransom
Morse and chlldren ot Chlcago are vlslttug
thelr brother, F, W. Morse Colonel and
Mra. E Henry Powell of Richford, nnd Mra.
Thomas Reed of thls villago, aro sojournlngat
RyeBesch N. W. Wells, of tho II nn ot
WbIIb & Nloman, Schuyler, Nebraskn, la vls-
Itlng at J. G. Farwell's Mlcs Mary K. Caus-
tlo ot BoUou ia vlsltlng her tnotber, Mrs.
George II. Bennett, in thls place Mlss Mary
Trombleo Is spendlug n vacatlon of two weeks
nt Ausable Chhsm nnd Port Honry, N. Y
IU, Orway and wlfe are taking a vacatlon at
Chelsea. T. J. Keegan takes Mr. Ordway's
place on tho pollce force L. W. Redlngton
and Colonel V. A, Gaskill ot Rutland, and 1).
B, Smalley and General T. S. Peck ot Burling
ton, were In town on Monday,
ClinrKcd wlth Jlurdcr.
Brlef mcntlon waa made last week of tho
sudden death of Mrs. Johu Murtny ot Berlin,
and that an examlnatlon of the body liad been
made by Drs. Chandler and Kemp. The re
sults of the nutopsy have not been made pub
llc, but tne inieronco ls arawn tnat evldeuce of
death from unnntural causcs waa found, as
Murray was nrrested Sunday mornlng on the
charge of murder nnd ls now conllned ln the
Montpelier jall, awaltlng lila heatlng. Tlio at
tentlon of Stato's Attornoy IIuso waa flrst callod
to tho caso on Monday atternoon, July 14th,
and he caused the examlnatlon tobemadethe
followlng day, as stated last week. For some
reason tne body of Mrs. Murray, wbicli had
been buried ln the Clay Hill cemetery, was
dlslnterred on Sunday, nnd the Btomach la now
doubtless belng catcfully examlned by exporta,
The hearing Is now flxed for Thursday, whon
such facts na havo beon dlscovered wlll bo
made publlc, unless the case ls discontlnued
forlack of evidenco. It Is entlrely posslble
that no proof of any foul play wlll bo dlscov
ered, nnd that Murray may have been arrested
merely ns a procautionary meaeure, the stato's
attorney foarlng that he might be scared oft by
me ogiy rumors nuoat anu tne tact tnat tno
body waa dlslnterred. Through the courtesy
of Charlea II. Heath, Esq , cuunsel for Mr,
Murray, und Deputy Sherlff John L. Tuttle, a
representative of Tiik Watchman hnd un ln
torview wlth the prlsoner nt the jall yeatetday,
when, ln reply to questions, he told substan
tlally tho followlng ntory: I was born In More-
rown ana am tnirty-tnreo years of nge. l
rented what Is known aa the Sllloway farm, in
Berlin, about ten vears aco. and bave llved on
lt ever since, wlth the exceptlon of about two
years, isbi-hj, wnen l llved ln Montpelier and
woraea ior tno i.uno aunuincturlntr L'omnanv.
I was marricd about threo years ago and havo
no chlldren. My domestic rolationa have al-
ways been pleaaant. Sunday, July 13tb I waa
perfectly soberand there was no trouble be
tween my wlfo and mvsolf. We were both
about home all day. In the atternoon my wlfe
unu a nirea ooy went out to picK some peas,
wnen sne compiaineaoi tceiinc verv tlred nnd
dlzzy, She camo iu to He down just as I went
out to barnesa a young colt that I waa break
Ing, and when I camo back, about dark, I found
her lylng ouourbed ln the bedroom, not on
the lloor, as has been stated. I sp ke, aud as
she did not answer, I trled to arouse her by
sliakiug nor. t then batbed ber face ln cold
water, tblnking she might have fainted, and
tried every way I could to brlne her back to
consciousnesa. When I found she was dead I
went to my nearett nelghbor, Moses Shuttle,
and, taklog hla team, wo two camo to Montpe
lier to notify mv relatlves and cet a ohvsician.
Some one went after Dr. Chandler and I leturned
to my home wlth my Blster. Mrs. Sellnas. Dr.
Chandler dld not come and L sent my brotber
to Montpelier, telllng him to get some doctor
to come Buro. He found Dr. Templeton, who
arrlved about thioj o'clock Monday mornlng.
Atter ruaking an examlnatlon. he told us to
prepare tho body for burial, and sald lt might
just as well have been done before. I was par
tlcular to have a doctor come, as the doath of
my wlfe was so sudden that I waa afraid there
might be bouio susplcioua about It. The flrst
intimatlon I had that anything waa wrong was
on Tuesdav mornlng. when Stato's Attornev
Uuse, with Dra. Chandler and Kemp, came to
the houso aud the physlclana held a post mor
tem examlnatlon. Nothing waa sald about
any legal proceedlnga, aud the tuneral waa
neid at tne uainoiic cuurch in Montpelier,
Fatber Duelue ofllciatine. Durinir the week
I heard reports tbat I was arrested, but I kept
about my work as usual. stavlDg nlchts at mv
father'a on Court Btreet. Sunday murning, just
aa l was nitcning np my norse to go to my
farm, Deputy Sherlff Tuttle arrested me nnd
brought me to jall. My wlfe has been troubled
witn aizziness ana sliortness of breath ever
since four years ego, when she bad a kind of
Bunstroke, and on sevei.il occaslons has been
prostrated by some unusual excitement.
Inere ia a Beemlnnlv well-founded renort
that Murray and hls wlfe have not always
nveanappny, ana Murray s record nas not been
wunout biemisn, but tnere suould be very
positive evldence brought out before he ahould
to judged by the publlc to be guilty of so
terrlble a crlme as tbe murder of hls wife.
The result of the hearing will be awailcd wlth
Tlio Sariutjrs lianks.
The followlng Is a comparative statement o
deposits in each savlngs bank and trust com
pany In Vermont, July 1, 1883, January 1 and
July 1, 188-1:
rVsrs'Ss 3 S'Sse 52 5 S 3 3 2- 2
pr-1 H. Srr'S
: a'i: Ts.; : :
: 3: r: ?: : X". ta.: ffS
3i : s;
- I &
-i lo 1 1 ir k co 's fc m ae e u to ii ai
East Montpelier .The McEwen piano, left
on trial at II. 0. Steward's, fails to glve satls
f actlon, they belng better plosed vlth the tone
and make of a Chlckcrlng, furnlshed by
another agent. aome of tne best tnuslcians ln
town speak hlghly of the McEwen, as good
autboiity as lizeklel ye navlng expreesea r
nreference for the lattor lnstrument. ....Mrs
I. C. Dodee recentlv made a brief vlslt at the
home ot Mrs. I.ols M. Jacobs, in Calais, where
she saw a fnchsla three feet hlgb, bearlng flve
nundred blotsoms lt may weu be cauea e
poorhav croi when a msn cuts oulv six hun
dred pounds of hay from flve acres, which was
tne actuil expetience ot one ot our neiguuora.
....Thebuay organ agenta stlll Improvo each
little Bhinlng hour, though I. G. Cndy ot Calais,
agent for the Sterllng org-tn, stlll cmitlnuea to
noia nia own, as taras euecung saies is con
cerned. An agent for the Masou & Hamlir
organ, whuso headquirters areat West Rau
doipu, wasiu town iwo weeics ngo, naving ioi
lowed a Sterllnz oriran on Us wav from thi
Montpelier depot to lts destlcntion . hete.
Nelther the Mnson & H.tmlln nor the Tjto
orL'an. that he momltod to have set In on trlal
haa arrlved asvtt. and tho nuestlon Is. Will
he glve up tho competltion wlthouta trlal, or ia
he waltlng for blnck waluut tonttaln Itsforest
growinr. , - a loaa ot jony ew i orK ors passea
through town, n few days since, eu route for
the Lake Vlew house Mrs. P. C. Dodco of
Burlington ia vlsltlng frienda and relatlves here
and ln neigiiborlng towns ucaney tonng'i
two daughtora arilvfd from Boston, Saturdav,
on thelr usual summer vacatlon Dr. Jared
Dassett of Chlcago lina been ln town for tho
past two weoks Anurew narwood ot new
llimpsblro nas ueon tne guost of r.. w. Urms
bos slnco last Thursday Albert Collins,
from tbe West, Is vlsltlng relatlves hero.
AiioutsIx hundio-J workmen emolovod on
thecapitol buildlng nt Albany. N. V., had to
be dlicluirged laat wook tor lack ot snlllclent
2 s 0 5 Ss a 2 " s ias 3 ix
Wo glve bolow nlist of tho delecatea elected
to the ropubllcan conventlon for the second
congresional distrlct, held ln thla vlllngo to-day,
ao far as we have been able to obtaln them:
Cai.kdonia Couhty. Burke. D. Trull. C. A.
Harrls and A. C. Fnrmer; Lyndon, W, A. Dena
moro, W. II. Fletcher, J. W. Copeland and G.
w. unnoon; aneuieiu, aaimn uavia nna lt. 1'.
Klug; Peacham, Ashabel Martin and Jacob
Trussell; Sutton, L. B. Harrla and N. K.
Campbell; Barnet, A. II Gammell, O. P. Blalr,
moses uuuuan ana i'.. r.. wooa; uanvnio, u.
L. Morrill, J. F. Slilpmau, Charlea Woolson and
a. u. u.iniortn; liatdwtcK, J. lt. ueorge, u.
D. Hathaway and I. A. Shattnck; Kirby.
George O. Ford; Newark, II, II. Moulton and
L. O. Slecner: Rveeate. Jamca Johnston and
Henry McColo; St. Jobnsbury, II. C. Batcs,
Charlea Sllvester, J. G. Hovey, A. F. Nichols,
C. D. Newell, James Rltchie, Jr., F. F. Fletcher,
ti. a. uiiaerwoou ana wiiuam r. rniroanRs;
Stannard, J. II. Clark and W. S. Jameson;
walden, J. II. Itogera and B. B. Amsden;
Waterford. Wlllard Klnne aud Georze R. Bar-
ker; Wheelock, Charlea Rogera and D. S. Jonee.
Essex Countv. Bloomfield. W. R. Sllvor
nnd F. A. Roble; Brighton, ,. M. Mansurand
D. S. Stnrrs; Brunswick, W. W. Fltch, J
Canaan, Chnrles Truneand L. II, Adams; Con
cord, R, T. Johnson, R, S. Brlghnm and H.
Judevine; Etst Ilavon, G. W, Hutnphrey;
Granby. S. T. Dudley; Guildhall. C. E. Benton
nnd W. II Hartshorn; Lemington, George L.
Remsey; Lunenburgb, F D. Ilalo and M. D.
uowker; Victory, A. J. buaw.
OitANOE Countv Chelsea. L. G. Hlncklev.
S. B. Hebard. A. W. Wbltnev and Joaeoh Lan-
don; Randolph, Henrv W. T owksbury, Bailey
h. Adams, Ur. ii. i. upiiam, ioan uranger,
Elbrldge Gtrry and Web. Eaton (delegates),
II. S. Newtuu, W, F. Howard, George Blodgett,
j. w. uray, jr., Aiuert nasa ana unariea
Hodgea (alternates): Topsham. R. M. Harvey,
Jamea R. McLam and II. A. Jackman; Tun
bridge, D. F. Chapman, O. P. Cilley and N. II.
Austln; williamstown, u. U. LAtnrop, Ur. u.
A. Ualley and l'.rvln Martin: Braintree. W. 11.
Nichols, V. I. Spcar and S. R. Batchellor;
Fairlee. W. 11. Ullmore and M. W. Smltn:
Nowbury, A. T. Baldwln, John Bailey, W. W.
Brock nnd E. W. Sralth; Strafford, J. W. Ty
son, Jr., Charles Chandler nnd S. B. Buell:
Vershire, S. B. Darllng, Diniel Johnson and
Rlchnrd Smith; West Fairlee, E. P. George
and S. P. Hulchlns.
OttLKANS Countv. Albany, L. D. Mllea, D.
R. Cobband Alex.inder Fraalor; Barton, Geo.
II. Blake. W. II. Blaisdell, B M. R. Nelson'and
George E. Churcbill; Brownington, Charles
Wheeler nnd Carl Plerce; Charleston, C. S.
Ulnman, j. a. aweeney and U. u. uarke;
Coventry, C. F. Branch nnd Salmon Nye;
Urnitsuury, J, w. aimpson, a. uvison ana a,
B Blake; Derby, A. T. Foster, Josiah Grout,
Seyinour Lane and A F. Adams: Glover, W.
r. lempieton, ueorgo wnitney ana tawin uoa
well; Greensboro, John Slmpson, W. E. Bailey
nnd P. G Salmon; Holland, Nlxon Morse and
Al. Jl. uraves; irasnurgn, t. li. liomrmgo,
Eben Grant and M. M. Taplln; Lowell. W. E.
Curtls and II. B. Parker; Trov, II. C. Wllklns,
O. N. Elklnsand E. Blckford; Weatfield, Ed.
Boynton nnd N. C. Hoyt; Westmore, M. D.
Scottand A. A. Brown: Glover. W. F. Temple
ton, George Whitney and E. B. Budwell; Jay,
U. U. Lucla nnd 11. jManuei; Morgan, li. r.
Moore and F. Wheeler; Newport, J. A. Pronty,
C. L. Erwin, D. M. Camp and Theophllus
Washinoton Countv. Barre, L. F. Aldrlch,
G. W. Tilden, J. M. Perry, E. W. Blsbee and
W. D Hookor; Berlin, C. II. Pitkln, Jamea R.
Laugdon and A. D. Stewart; Duxbury, E. W.
Huutley and F. II. Atherton; E-tit Montpelier,
J. L. Coburn, T. B. Steveua and Austln Tem
pleton; Marshfield, Mark R. Bllss, Luclua D.
Nute and Albert P. Town; Montpelier, P. P.
Pitkln, Geoige W. Wing, Hlram A. Huse,
Jamea W. Brock, Clnrk Klng and Charles F.
Collins (delegates), Jotcph li. Morae, Harlan
W. Kenip, P. II. McCormick, A. D. Farwell.
Thomas II. Cave and Hiram M. Pierce (alter
nates); Northfield, Frank Plumley, J. L. Moae
ley, C. A. Btnley, O. D. Edgerton and James
Morse; Roxbury, Asahel Flint and II. A. E.
Rlchardson; Waitsfield, L. D. Savage, J. W.
Gregory nnd W. A. Jonea; Warren, E. W.
Slajton, Jamea E'.dtidge and Sylvcster Banls
ter; Waterbury, George W. Rindall, Arthur
Ropes, Henry Janea and Charlea Wells (dele
gates); Jamea K. Fullerton, Jamea A. Burlelgb,
G. E. Moody and E. F. Palmer (alternates);
Woodbury, S. D. Blake nnd R. S. Drennan;
Worcester, C. E. Harrla and J. R. Wllson;
Plainfield. Nathaniel Lombard and F. A.
Dwinell; Cabot, A. M. Foster, George Gould
and C. II. Lauce; Middlesex, II. A. Sawyer,
L. A. BHjS and C. C. Graves; Calala, S. II.
Foster, C. S. Bennett and Charles French;
Moretown, E. W. Blsboe and G. A. Thornton;
Fayston, J. B. Thompson and Frank Bragg.
Windham Countv. Brattleboro, Jacob Es
tey, E. Crosby, J. G. Eddy, II. R. Chase, C. F.
Thompson, II. F Brouks, George S. Dowley,
D. L. llerrick. I. K. Allen, L K. Fullor and J.
L. Martin; Dover, J. A. Newell and B. S.
Harrls; Dummerston, L. II. Lynde, S. W.
Eitey aud J. L. Williard; Grafton, L. S. Walker,
Sidney Holmos and L. W. Haskell; Guilford,
C. E. Alexander, S. S. Ilinit and J. L. Slmonds;
Halifax, Thomas Smith and George L. Clark;
Jsmalca, E L. Waterman, John Knowlton,
D. iniel Shorwin and J C. Roblnson; London
derry, D. B. Goddard, F. Leonard, II. A. Dud
ley and S. S. Lyon; Marlboro, B. M. Wbltney
aud E. P. Adams; Newfane, A. B. Franklin,
E. W. Blodgett aud G. B. Johnson; Putney, I.
B, l'uffer, Charlea Kimball and J. C. Bolster;
Rockingham, G. K Ruasell, Wyman Flint, G.
II. Babbitt, II. C. Wiley and J. W. Graves;
Townshend, O. S. Howard, J. II. Phelps and
II. II. Holbrook; Vernon, F. W. Johnson and
J. M. Morrill; Wardsboro. Dexter Walt, WU
Itam B. Eddy and E. B. Biasell; Westminster,
A. Stoddard, G. R. Harlow and Rev. John L.
Sewall; Whitingham. J. W. Hatcb, J. B. Chase
and N. L. Stetson; Wilmington, M. A. Good
now, S. II. Andrews nnd George E. Ilaynes;
Brookline, C. A. Cutler: Windham, J. W.
Gould nnd F. II. Harrla; Somerset, J. C.
Wheeler; Stratton, E J. Eddy.
WiNuaoit Countv Bethel, J. J. Wilaon, M.
A. Moody, G. J. Wallace and Fred Arnold;
Hartford, D. L. Cuahing, Ephratm Morrla, J,
C. Parker, Royal Cummlngs and George C.
Brcckway; Ludlow, E. J. Whltcomb, A. F.
Sherman, Elihu Snow and Lorenzj Howard;
Royalton, J. O. Belknap, C. N. P.trks and Wil
11am Skinner; Windsor, Horace We.-ton, M. O.
Perklns, II. L. Willlams aud C. J. Jonea; An
dover, II. J, Parker nnd Wllllam Kowell:
Bddgewater, V. C. Babcock. W. C. Rtyraond
and M. J Hud-on; Cavendish, M, S. Buck, W.
J. Sperry and E. M. Buck; Chester, F. P.
Mather, J. C. Jonea, F. W. Plerce, P. II. Rob
bluaand J. E. PolUrd; Hartland, J. G. B-ttes,
Wilson Brltton and D. F. Rugg; Norwich, D.
A. Lovelsud, J. W. Armstrong and E. W.
Olds; Plymouth, J, S. Buwn, J. C. Coolldge
and V. K, Taylor; Pomfret, Crosby Mlller,
Ora IUnl nnd W. C. Whlpple; Reading, John
McCullough, IUnk Whlto nnd II. Stearns;
Rochester, G, I. Chaffco, U. E. Austln. Charles
Morgan aud II. F Chatfee; Sptlugfleid, Adna
Brown, II. W. Harlow, W. II. 11. Slack, F.
llnney, 11. M. Arines, R M. Colburn and C.
F. Sheldon: Stockbridge, II. D. Morgan, F. P.
UodenaudK. B. Kimbtll; Weathersfield, J.
A Call, C. E. Martin aud D. C. Rlchardson;
West Windsor. E. II. Spauldlug and J. O, Tay
lor; Woodstock; C. II. Eugllsn, II. C. Lock
wood, M. II Chandler, 11 F. Slierwln, L. C.
Kendall, l C. Emmona and II. F. Dunham,
It' any dealer Informs you that he has for
salo n dentlttlco Identlcal with orcontnlning In
gredlenta cquallug or superlor In elllcacy to
those of Sozopont, dlscredlt the Btatement nnd
luslst upon having that alouo. By dolng so
you wlll secure n dentlfrlce par cxccllence the
best In the murket, contalning uotanic elementa
of raro proservatlvo iullueuce tion the teetb,
and ono which will ondow them with most be
comlng whlteness. Another deslrable feature
of thla stuple tollet article ls that lt lmparts
fragrauco to the breath, Sold by drugglsts.
Saiiaii Oiine Juwktt, who haa achieved a
wlde nnd well-deserved popularlty for her
sliort Btorlos, has essayed a htrgor tnsk ln her
flrst novel, A Country Doctor. lt Is but little
to say that tho story iosh0asea tho same charac
teristlca in style nnd cxprosslon that have
ndded bo innch to tho popular Intereat ln Mlaa
Jewett's writlngs. The plot ls well wrougbt
out, aud there are several excellent character
sketchea. It will be recelvod with marked favor,
Ilougbton, Mlillln & Co, For sale by l'hinney,