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MONTPELIER VT., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1887.
VOL. 83.-4229. NO. i.
BY D. AV. DIXON.
I'libllalMsl I'Vfry AViMlin'xilny nt fi'-! iiml M
South iMiilti Strcet, Montpelier, Vt.
Wo nro h1)1u to miikc tho following llbornl
offors to old nnd now stibscrlbers of tlio
Watchman for n ltmltcd perlod:
THR WATCHMAN aiul NEW YOUK WEEKI.Y
Tkuiunk, one year, to subacrlbera ln tlils
atato ft SS
TnE WATCHMAN aml 1I09TON Wkkklv .touu
HAL, one year, to aulncrlbcrs In thls alatu.... 2 25
THK WATC11MAN nnil TllOV WKKKt.V TIME8,
ono year, tn subacrlbers lu thls atnto 2 2)
TIIE WATCHMAN llllil NKW YoltK WKEKI.Y
Mail ANI) KxritEss, ono year, to anbacrlli.
eni ln thls atato 2 SS
Thc offcrs are npcn to old us wcll ( NEW
tubscribcrs to thc jHtpers mcmctl rcsidinn tn
Subscrlbers In otlny stntos imist send ton
cents In uddltlou to tlio ubovo rates.
Tho abovo nro nll Jlrst-chtss reintbliean nml
amtlif neicsixipers. Tho rcgulnr nubscrlp
tion prico of eneh of tho city pupers is ono
dollur a year.
On tho llboral torms offcred no suhscrlp
tlon can bo tnken for less thnn ono yoar,
nnd no commlsslons oti tho siiino csui bo
allowed to ngents.
Now ls tho tlmo to renew 3'our subscrip
tion for another ycnr, tliough tho tlmo may
not havo run oitt, and socitro either of tho
nbovo ilrst-class olty papers for u tioinlnal
prlco. Pleaso show thls offer to your
nelghbor nnd indiico hlm to sitbscrlbt!.
Tho Watchman wlll oontliiuo to clnb
with all tlio leadlug periodlcals nt tho nsual
Hl'.Aii what Webster hns to say about
Tiie llnest specimons of tho photographor's
art may bo seen at Harlow's.
Usk K. E. Dodgo's wenther-strips. Leavo
ordersat Oleason & Oo.'s fiirnlture-store.
One good second-hand plano to ront at
Griggs', Waterbury. Also organs to rent
A cahload of whiskey-barrels, emptitd
thls season, for salo cheap at L. 11. llunt
ington's, Stato strcet, Jtontpelier, Vt.
Pianos.I wlll sell firnt-elass pianos for
tho next ninety days at lower priees thati
over boforo offered in Montpelier. J. F.
llKAVKit shoes, beaYer sllppers, with felt
soles or loather soles, by far tho best stoek
over shown in Waterbury, now for salo at
JIus. M. L. Wells of Duxbury Comors
is oxpeeted homo from niarket tho last of
this week with a flno assortment of winter
New okoa.ns eonstantly on hand to let,
and rent applled as payinent if purehased.
Prices reasonable. Terms easy. J. F.
Watermnn, Montpelier, Vt.
Aitlks, A earload of ehoico llaldwius
and Greenlngs has just urrived nt tho
Uentral Vermont freight depot from Shel
burn, Vt., nnd nro bcing sold at very low
Fakm mortgages nettin seven per ccnt
aro sold and fjuaranteed by tho Farmers'
Trust Company. Theso loans aro receiYing
tho endorsement of tho most cnreful in
vestors. Inqulro at tho ollice of GeorRo AV.
AVinc. Montpelier, Vt.
J. C. Ghkios has secured tho aseney for
tho James Means S'3.00 shoes for Waterbury
I want oYerybody to know thntJliavon
largo stoek of jewelry, silver-wnre, etc,
wliieli I wlll eloso out at astoniHlilngly low
prices to inako room for holiday Koods.
Any ono lookiiiK for barfjains will llnd them
at my jewelry-store. O. 1. Scott, jowelor,
Xo doubt yon haYo heard of KldredRo's
Celebrated Stovo-pollsh. Just think! You
can havo a rccipo for makinf; tho samo by
encloslng a postal noto for flfty cents to
tis, ns wo aro tliu wolo proprietors. Itcan
bo applled with a couimou brusli ns easily
as paint, needs no rubbitiK, is absolutely
freo from dust and provents all rust. Max
well, Henry & Oo,, 8 Mills street, Hox
A lauqk now liuo of knit legglus, beaver
boots, sheep-skin moccasins and a full ns
sortment of overything for warm footwear
at Grifrgs', Waterbury.
What ovorybody says must bo true
Kvery ono who uses Maxham's Carbolized
Ointinent says of it: " It is tho vory best
remedy for any kiml of a soro upon uiaii or
beast that wo havo over nsed." This is
what Oris K. Itavliu of Sberburno Bays of
it, ou Aucust 10th, 188T: "Tlio oint inciit
reached mo In duo tiino, and I was very
glad to get it. I liavo four larpo sores upon
my aukle, from whlcli I hnd not slept iiilit
or dny for a week uiitll I recolved It, nnd
now thoy aro doinc very nlcely. 1 beKiin
buyiiiK tho ointment of Mr. Churchil! eicht
years npo for a bad soro that I hnd at that
timo, whlcli It hcaled at onco. I havo
botiKht n nroat many boxcs of Mr. Church
III, hut nt tho timo of his duatb I losttho nd
dress of tho plnco to got It nnd havo slnco
been unnblo to flud it untll n fow days ago.
Itis tho best thlnj; for n soro of any kiml
that I havo over found, nnd l shall not bo
wlthout it aKaln. You wlll ploaso llnd on
closed ouu dollar, for wliieli please send mo
flvo boxcs moro of it." Tho ointment is
sold by .1. V, Hancock, Montpoller, Vt., or
If your dealer does not havo it K. A. Mnx
ham, Bethel, Vt., wlll send it post-paid toany
address on roceipt of price, twenty-11 vo cents.
.Monlpoller and Vlcinlly.
Hkv. Joii.v CuitniKU Is ipilto surlously III,
IjUco Niciiolas wont to Xow York Mon
day. Biiow.v, Suilth and Jones aro nll in Dostou
Gkohob A, Knai'J- of Ilurllnnton was in
town over Sundny.
Mits. Simkon Dkwky will pass tho winter
in Hostou and vlclnlty.
KimiT porsons went to IlurliiiKton Mon
day ovenliiK to seo Laii(;try.
Wiliiok ir. Tkuax of llollows Falls was
In town Thursday visitlng bls parentH,
Tnus far tho procoedlngs of tho (jnueral
leim of tho Bttpromo court havo not beou of
hiterest to our readors. Wo hopo to prosont
a summary ot tho buslnoss dono nt tho oloso
of tho term.
TiiKtiR was a Hallowo'on party ntUlebnrd
llard's on Klm street Monday ovenlng.
l'KOKKSSOIl I). S. BLANriKt) wlll inovo Into
tho houso latoly vncuted by I". II. Hlnkloy.
S. W. Couse wlll move hls photo(,'rnph
gallory to tho upper story of tho Hlnlto
G. II. 11. IJrnny, tho tnllor, has rontcd
tho l'olaud tonemont rccently vncntcd by
E. .1. Gale.
Thk Coutrnl Vermont rallroad has lald
n sido-track to tho now Rranlto-sheds on
Gkohok Wilkinson lins sold tho Hlkor
plnco on llnrro street, recontly purehased
by hlm, to .1. W. Kllls.
Mii. ani Mits. II. H. Dkmino wont to
Lowell Monday to vlslt thelr son, Charles
H. Uemlnt;, nnd fnmlly.
CiiAiti.KS A. Owr.EK nnd family go this
week to Rochester, N. Y., which plnco they
wlll mako their fitturo homo.
C01.0NEI. T. C. Fletohku of tho railroad
coinmlsslon and Major J. C. Steams of
llradford aro at tho I'avilion.
Mk. .T. II. SUTitEULANi) of Montreal hns
been nmoiiR tho dlstliiKUished vlsltors nt
tho cnpltnl durlng tho past week.
Tiib vlslt of tho blsbop to Chrlst church
hns been set 0110 day later Tuesday, Xo
vember 8, at balf-past sovon r. m.
C. 0. DAVisaud wlfo, nttor sponilinK tholr
sunimor vacatlon in thls vlclnlty, sturtcd
for Ohicago, their homo, Thursday.
Franklin IIoyt has begun tho laying of
tho foundatlon for hls now houso on Klm
street, to bo erected thls fall nnd winter.
Thkue Is to bo n special incetltiff of tho
olllcers and toachers of tlio Unitarinn Sun-day-school
this ovcnliiB In tho conferenco
Uavid Mayo has nioved from 0110 of tho
W. 15. Adams tenements on Klm street to
tho Stephen llennett houso on Upper Main
TltB regulnr scrvices of tho Church of tho
Messluh wero held In tho vestry on Sunday
last. In futuro tho malu auditorlum will
Mk. and Mks. Ciiaklks Drukv of Kssex
Junction havo been speuding thoir lionej--nioou
In Montpoller, tho guests of Mr. and
Mrs. 0. C. Field.
IIknky Lkslik, for several years an cm-
ployo of tho Montpelier Carriago Company,
movcd, with his family, to Lcominster,
Mass., on Monday.
Thk woiuau's auxlliary connectcd with
Christ church is to meet on Thursday nt
ten o'clock r. m. with Mrs. Mnrk Fowlcr,
upper Mniu strcet.
Du. II. K. Cuoss hns tnado his last vislt to
this section for this season, and nftor vislt
ing lirnttloboro, Fitcbburg and Rutland will
go South for tho winter.
Cai'TAIN Joiin W. l'Kt'K and Secretary 0.
IJ. Clark of Volunteer Hose, Xo. 1, wcro
ainong tho limited nuinber of invited guests
who accompanied tho Kthan Allou Engino
Company of Iturlington 011 their oxcursion
to .Montreal l'rlilay nnd Batunluy.
Tamks Smitu, of tho tlrm of Sinith, Whit
comb & Cook of Ilarre, has hecomo a resldont
of thls vlllage, having sold his farm and
reslclenco, formurly owned aiul ooeupieu oy
tho lato Josbua 'i'liwing, aud having cou
cluded to retiro from activo business lifo.
Oykk two hundred Itoston-bound pcoplo
took tho cars at this station Monday aud
Tuesday, ono hundred slxty-elght of them
golng vta tho Central Vermont. Upwanls
of two hundred twenty-llvo tlckets wero
sold nloiu; tho lino of tho Wells Kiver road.
It may not bogenerally known by Mout-
policrltes that a Iloston mail is rcceivcd
hero by tho train from tho north nt !:-.
Monday mornings. It goes to St. Albans
ln n closed Doucli 011 tlio Siinuav nmnt ox-
press from Itoston nnd is left hero by tho
day postal clerks ou tholr wny soutn.
The shop of O. C. Clogston Is soon to bo
occupled by Johnson & Colton to meet tho
iiicrcasiiiir demands of their nlatiug busi
ness, which will then occupy tho entiro
ijiiiidiiii!. it is proo.imo tnat nr. uiogston
will movo his business into tlio wood-shop
01 1110 lato .Montpelier uarrlngo Uomjiany
Amono tho lawyers uttendingtho supremo
court thls week aro Hons. James Barrett
and W. C. Uunton of Kutland, J. A. I'routy
of Xowport, A. M. Dlckoy of Itrailford, A.
I. Hunton of Hothul, K. W. Sinith of Wells
Kiver, ox-Governor Furuhnm and J. II.
Watson of liradford and J. 1). IJenison of
IlltOOKS Rl'.LIKK Coki-h will meet to flnlsh
up tho work for the Sohliers' Homo at two
o'clock this aftornoon. Any person de
slring to contributo rugs, inittuns, mulllers
or other articles for tho comfort of tho vet
oraus lu tho Sohliers' Homo may leavo tho
samo at Grand Army hall or at'll. 0. Web
ster's storo, as a box wlll bo sent tho hust of
I.KTTKits uucallcd for at tho Montpoller
(Vt.) post-oillco October 31, 18S7:
MUs llessln Ayres (2), K. K. Doati,
Mtsa Miml..-I!like, II. W. lllll,
Mrs. KUlu KlliiM, .lua. M. HolUud,
MUs IteiNlo HollUter, l'rctl MHratnu,
MUs MhkhIo .NeiMiim (3), A, II. Itlinaell,
Cmiii, K. I.. Staplea.
Paities applying for any of tho nbovo must
say "advertlsed " aiul givo tho dato.
Geohuk W. Wino, I'ostmastor.
Laisckli. & Hkyant's Ideal Unclo
Tom's Cabin Com)any will nppcnr at
Illaiichnrd Operu-houso this ovoning, nnd
nu opjiortuulty wlll bo niTorded nduilrors of
tlils faiiilllar play to seo It presouted by
n good company, Unclo Tom, Little Kva,
Topsy aud tlio rest wlll glvo n truo ropro
iluctlon of thls picturo of slavery tlmes.
Tho children esjiecially wlll deslro to bo
prcscut aud shoulil nll havo periuissiou to
bo. Tickets nro now 011 salo.
Thk report of tho Montpelier letter-car-riors
for October is as follows: lh'llverctl
mail lettors, V,W; mail postnls, l.'J'.f.l; drop
letturs, .'1711; drop postals, l'J'-i p.ipers, etc,
7,7Wi; rt'gistereil lettors, 71). Uollcctctt mail
lettors, 0,011 j innil postnls, 1,-J.V.lj drop lt
ters, "l.r; drop postnls, HD; papers, oto.,
I, 171. 'yofdj-ilellvered, y.'.WiHj collected,
II, 'J7'J. Theso tlgures show au lucreaso ovor
tho business for Septembor of L'.dlll pleces
dollvorod nnd 1,1112 piecos collected.
Iv, A. Ashlani) nnd II. C. Royco of St. Al
bans, W. K, llnrnoy and lt. G. Ilrown of
Montpoller, S. K, Kmory of Cavoudlsh, I.
J. Farroll of Newport, Iloward Hasoltlno of
Wuterbury, O. It. Hltt of Brattleboro, R.
W. Hulhurd of Hydo I'ark, F. h. I.alrd of
Marshlleld, II. N. Roso of Rutland and F.
R.Shnwof Arlington woro (ixnmlned last
week for admission to tho bar nnd all wero
successful, tho marks rnnglng from soventy
four to ninety-sevon iier cent, tho rcijulred
averago boliig sixty-llvo, Thoy wero forin
nlly aduiittvil at tho closo of Thursdny
iuorulng's sesslou of tho supremo court,
Thk Rov. Goorgo W, l'orry, ntuto goolo
gist of Vermont, ls to glvo hls iiitensely in-
torestlng lccturo on " I'otra, tho Knchantod
Clty," lllustratod by tho ald of tho storcop
tlcon, ln tho Church of tho Mosslnh noxt
Monday ovoning. Evory ono who deslros,
wltliont trouiilo or oxponse, 10 reap 1110
frults of othors trnvols 111 n reglon full of
iiuirvfO 11T11I mvHtnrv. Iiut tuado alinost lliac-
cesslblo by tlio rnnaclty nnd superstltlous
npprohonslons of tlio Iledoulns, should nt-
tend tlils lccturo. J 110 uommcraai .uircr
ttscr of Cnnton, N. Y., snys: " Mr. I'erry's
descriptiou of thnt portlon of Arnbln ndja
cent to tho wonderful prchlstorlc clty of .
I'otra. and hls skotcli o tlio citlturcd peopio
who tloiirlslied thero at tho onrllcst hlstorlo
tioriod, who wero tho llrst to oxpress ldens
by writton chnrnctcrs, nnd who, at a porlod
of unknown antloultv. erected nionuments
of nrt nnd nrchltecturo that nro tho lnarvol
of tho worhl nt tho present day, was oxcccd-
ingly interesting and a ntting lntroducuoii
to tho tour of tho most wonderful clty tho
world has over known,"
Ouu muslc-loving peopio, lf they wlsh for
nn ovenlng of renl ploasuro, wlll not fall to
nttond tho concert to bo glven at Ulanch
nrd Opera-houso Saturday ovoning of this
wcok liy tlio swcdlsu song liuarteito uom
pany. Au Important featuro of tho com
pany wlll bo tho orlginal Swcdlsh Song
Quartotte, tinder tho porsonal dlrectlonof
Mlss Anna 0. Wallberg, a gradilato of tho
Royal Conservatory In Stockholiii, Sweden,
who organlzcd tho llrst quartetto utider thls
nanio in tlio irnited States. Six of tho
ladlos appear ln tho gorgeous costiimes of
Sweden, decorated with appropriato jewols
and ornaments, inany of which wero im-
liorted liy .Mtss Vt nllherg. Tlio ipiartetto is
asslstcd liy Miss Noln Frlnk, jiianist, Miss
Llllian llullock, violinlst, nnd l'rofessor L.
L. llyorson, liumorist, all oxceptional nr
tlsts in their respcctlvo parts. Tho pro.
gramino Is an attraetlvo 0110 and has u llb
oral sprlnkling of tho concorted music of
Sweden, which is at onco pecilllnr, classlcal,
extremely tuneful, and, ln Its barmonies,
especially adapted to part singing. Tickets
for tlio concert may bo obtained at tho
I'hlnnoy book-store, and it is lioped that all
wlll nppreclnto tlio rnrity of tho opportunlty
nfTorded and oncourago tho brlnglng to
Ulauchard Opera-houso of a hlgli order of
entertalnments tho present season.
Amono tho two hundred or moro ot
Montpelier peopio ln Iloston thls week
aro tho following: II011. and Mrs. C. W.
l'ortor, Mr. aud Mrs. I). F. Long, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Poland, Mr. and Mrs. C. I'.
l'itkin. Mr. and Mrs. U. O. Taft, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Johonnott, Mr. aud Mrs. Mor-
ton Marvln, Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Skinuer
aud son, Mr. aud Mrs. G. K.Tuplln, Mr. and
Mrs. K. I). Hlackwoll, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Hlanchard, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Clark,
Mrs. J. 11. Morso, Mrs. C. II. Wilson, Mrs.
J. C. lloiighton, Mrs. II. M. Plerco, Mrs. A.
A. Morrill, Mrs. W. A. Ilriggs, Mrs. O. II.
Smlth. Mrs. Charles Reed. Mrs. F. I. l'it
kin, Mrs. J. E. Wrlglit, Mrs. S. Chaso, Mrs.
n. A. Jluso. .Mrs. ti. v. vvinjr. .Mrs. 11. w
Komptoii, Mrs. W. K. Vail. Mrs. G. M.
Scribuer, Mrs. G. II. llennett, Mrs. F. M.
Corry, Mrs. P. A. Standish, Mrs. A. II.
liaker, .Mrs. it. 11. wnittior, .nrs. 11. u.
Ilolmes. Mrs. W. L. Loland. Jlrs. X. Davis.
Jlrs. Kinmah. Freeman. Mrs. G. W. I.eslie,
Miss Klla llailoy, Miss Helen llurpee, Miss
Mary A. l'liinnoy, Jliss .lennio l'liinney,
Miss Clara Mead, Miss Julla Mead, Miss
Dora Ilolmes. Mlss Clara Miller, Mlss KlUo
Foster. Miss Julla Scovill. Miss Oellu Halo.
A. I). Farwell, J. II. Rurpee, K. II. Aldrieh,
i. u. .Marv 11. -M. 11. (il uian. llenrv jsutt.
J. V. Ilrooks, E. II. Towne, Peter Mltchell,
V. I'. lSraman. Colllns lilaKelv. Urrln
Daloy, Freeman Ilnyden, C. K. Caustic and
Of tho concert glven Friday ovening at
llarro by tho Louiso Ualdwin Concert Com
pany, which is to appear hero tholatter part
ot 1110 present montu or tno nrst wcok in
Deceuibor, a Montpelier gentleman who
was present says: "Tho concert glven by
the Louiso Ualdwin Concert Couip.my, Fri
day ovening, under tho atispices of tho llarro
Kntertaininent Assoeiation, was ono of the
llnest and most enjoyablo of tho season so
far and was wurmly nppreciatod by tho
largo audienco present, who nttested thelr
approval by hearty applauso during the en
tiro periornianco. tacvcral cnanges wero
mado 111 tlio punnsiied programme, imttiio
numbers substituted wero very pleasing and
wero rendered in a thoroiighly artistic 111,111
ner throuuhout. Mr. C. S. Comell uavo two
llno songs 0110 in responso to an encoro
witli oxcellent tusto and expression. llo
has n puro bass voico of good compass, full,
rouud and uiusical to an uiiiisuul dcgree.
.Mr. (jorneu, 111 111s ursi appearauco wnu a
professional company, is to bo congratu
lated upon having scored a declded suc
cess. Miss llaldwin's selection, 'Cavutiua,
from Lucla,' was rendered with oxquisltu
ilolicacy and oxpresslon. Miss Ualdwin
possesscs n lilgh soprauo, remarkubly puro
nnd clear in tho upper notes nnd very llex
ible throiighout tho entiro rango ot her
voico. Sho sings with miich intelllgenco
and feollng. Mr. Rlckertson is a dccided
acqulsition to tho concert stage. Ile es
tahlished liiiuself at oueo as a favorito with
tlio audionce. llis volce, although not of
great voluine, is yet a very pleasing tenor,
smooth aud of genoral good ipiality. Mlss
Peako contributed. ns her share of tho solos
ln the programme, 'Tho Old Garden,' and,
iu responso to an encore, sang a very pretty
liilluby song. Wulf Frlos' Fautaslo 011
Russlan and Irish airs was 0110 ot tho gems
of tho concert and ellcitedsoveral recalls, to
which ho respouded with rarogood naturo."
Chaklks K. Wooi), niorofamlliarly known
as " Ed.," son of tho lato Charles R. Wood
of Montpelier, dled on Monday at tho ago of
forty-iilno years. IIo was u tinsmlth by
trndo, nn employo of F. Hlanchard, and
lived for iuany yearH with his grandinotlier,
Jlrs. Lydla Warren, 011 llarro street. For
somo timo past, hovrover, ho had mndo his
liomo with Gilman Scribuer, who resldes
on Prospect street in Ilerliu. Insober hours
ho was a inan of most genial eharacterlstlcs,
courteous, obllging, good-naturi'd and cor
dlal, aud estcemed by all with whom ho
camo ln contact. Hut ho hnd n seemiugly
incontrollnblo passiou for lutoxicatitig
llquor aud at timcs Hurrendered himsulf
uiicoudltlonally to it. Yieldlng thus on
Saturday, October l.ltli, hodlsappeared from
homo nnd his whereabouts remalued un
known to friends untll Monday, wheu an
uounceuieut was mndo of hls demlso nt tho
houso of Lovi C. Alexandcr, who keeps a
saloon 011 Malu street aud resides uenr tho
top of Clny Ilill. Mr. Alexander states thnt
011 Fridny last ho found tho unfortunato
mau on a hay-mow in hls barn lnadruuken
stupor. IIo was romoved to tlio houso aud
cared for by tho inmates, his whereabouts
at hls own request reinalnlng a seeret with
them. On Monday ho uskod Mrs. Alexander
to get hlm nu egg to ent aud as sho left hlm,
after coiiiplylng with hls request, ho asked
her to " send Patrlck," tho hired ninn, to tho
room. Upon goiug to his room tho mau
found hlm dying. A physlclan was sum
nioned, hut dcatli occurred beforo the plnco
was reached. Upon his arrival tho causo
was aiiuounced to havo been heart diseaso.
Tho remains weroremovedtoMr. Scrlbuor's
and tho funernl wlll oceur to-day. Mr.
Wood was ln oxcellent pecuniary cireuui
stances, being 0110 ot tho helrs of tho War
ren estato. llv hls donth tho property ro
vorts to tho Woodburys, as providod by tho
wlll. Tho oveut, with Its attendant cireuui
stnuces, Is 0110 of tho smldost which wo
havo been called upon to record for a long
timo, aud grlef at its occurrenco wlll bo very
general and Hiucero, It cnrrles with lt, too,
a most Impresslvo lesson.
Mks. J, I). IIkkman ot Morlnh Centor,
X. V,, has been visltlng 011 tho Ilill tho past
week. Thoso who wero stildonts nt tho
Semlnnry wlien sho wns preceptress wero
very glnd to seo her famillar faco agaln.
Other vlsltors woro Laura Ivllburu, class ot
'83. Lllllau Cressoy aud Mrs. Palgo of Hnm
urd. 1 Tho llaud nnd Adelphl so
clotles uiet lu jolnt sesslon Monday even
lug, l'rofessor Hlshop hns gono with
his family to I'eiiusylvnula, whoro thoy nro
to reiiiain for tho winter. Ho roturus thls
Thc Vermont Hnr Assoeiation.
Tho nlntli nnmtnl incctlng of thls nssocl-
atlon, to which brlef alluslon wns mado last
week, oontinued throiigli wednesday and a
part of Thursday, nnd wns woll nttended
throiighout. Tho publtc mcotlug Tuesday
ovenlng wns cnlled to order nt hnlf-past
soven o'clock. Following tho mltiutos of
tho last mccttng, tho ntinunt uddress wns
rend by tho preslduut. of tho nssoclntion,
llon. Charles II, Henth of Montpoller, tho
subject bolng " Marrlngo nnd Illvorco in
Vermont." Tlio hlstory of tho lnw pertuln
ing to dlvorco was rovlowed, and tho oauses
for tho Incrcastng iutmbcr of dtvorces nnd tho
jitstico of Uberntlou under statcd coiidltions
wero niuy discussed. iiiogrnpincai sKeiclics
of Willlam Upham and James 0. Ilarrett
wero to nnvo neon given liy 11011. Ij. 1.
l'olaud and Judgo Veazey respcctlvely.
Dcath ln tho caso ot Judgo l'olaud aud
iludco vcnzey s imperntlvo ilutics olse-
whero dcprlvcd thoso In nttondnnco of theso
Interesting fentures. Tho necrologlcal re
port, prepnred ny uoionei a. .M. iiicKey 01
llradford, rovealed tho loss of soven lnem
bers of tho assoeiation during tho past year
L. P. Poland of Waterville. 11, 0. Hall of
Swanton, II. K. Seymour of St. Albans, R.
F. Parker of Wolcott, llarvey lluttou of
Wallingford, .1. U. ilarrett ot Kutland nnd
Phlnens Chnmberlln. formerly of llradford.
Tho deaths of J. 0. Hrldgmaii of Burlington
nnd A. L. Minor of Slanchester wero also
reportcd. A paper upon the early legal
hlstory ot Orangocounty, Includlngsketches
of formor promiuent members ot tho bar of
tnat county, was read ny ox.uovornor l'nrn
ham of llradford nnd u tributo was pald to
tho metiK ry of tlio lato Plitlnnder Perrln by
Hon. N. L. llovdeu of Kanilolnh. Anronosl-
tlon mado at thls sesslou to so arraugo that
tlio antiunl illnuor sliall lu luturo occur 011
tho ovenlng of tho llrst ilay's meotlng lles
over, under tho rule, untll tho noxt nnuiinl
At a business nieetlng, held at tho
court-houso Wednesday aitornooii, tho re
port of tho treasurer was siibtnittcd, show
ing a balaiico ln tho treasury of S8U7. A
motion was mado by C. W. Hrownell. Jr..
of Iturlington that tho anniial ilues bo iu-
creased Irom to 2.uo,anl a committeo
cousisting of ono meiubor from each county
was nppoluted to nominnto olllcers for tlio
year ensuing, nnd 1). J. Foster, J. J. Knright
nnd W. L. llurnap of Burlington, A. P.
Hunton of Hethel, II. W. Heaton and 0. M.
llennett of Montpelier, Waldo Ilrinham of
Hyde I'ark and W. P. Stafford of St. Johns-
liury wero addinitted to memiiersiup,
At soven o'clock ln tho ovenlng tho assoeia
tion metin tho I'avilion parlursand discusseil
certatu clianges iu tlio moilo or proceduro lu
commenclng suits and execution utter judg
mcut. Hon. Daulel Koberts of Hurlington
nreseuted a blll nurposed to bo Introduced
in tho ncxt legislaturo looking to what ho
urgcd would bo a chnngo for tho botter.
Tlio featurcs of tlils ulll wero discussed and
it was dlsposed of by referenco to u special
committeo cousisting of .Mr. Kolierts, L. 11
Thompson of Irashurgh and II. C. Ido of St.
This session was followcd by tho anniial
dlnner, at which sixty covers wero lald, aud
of whlcli tho following Is tho ' inenu.
Haw IU110 rolnts.
I'ntatocs l'arUlonne. Ct'lory.
Itoast l-'illet of necf,Hith Muslirooms.
I.amb Clioiiq. I'otlt l'ols.
HoantTurkoy.Clicatiiut IirenliiK. Cr,uiberry Sauce
Masheil rntatot's. t orn. r.,irly .luno 1 cas,
Clilpkpti S.ihul. Slirlmn S.tt.tri.
ClilckenCrniiuettea. tjilecn FritttTs, Vanllla Flavor,
KllKllah i'lllln rudtllni!.
MerlnKUo Utace. Oraneo sherliet,
Wlno .lelly. Aasnrteil Cakp. Vanllla Ice-cream
aCaliroruia (Irapea. MalaKHdrappa. CatawbAUrapea
riKa .uia. i.aypr uaiaiua.
'ears, Apples. OraiiKPa.
The repast was ono of thoso which hnvo
helped to glvo tho I'avilion Its onviablo
reputation and thero was no chanco for n
sugwstion of improvement in any particu-
lar. 1110 juugesoi tno supremo court, excepr
iug Hon. II. H. Powersand Hon. It. S. Taft
wero in attcndaiice. and amomr other nroml
nent lawyers present whoso names do not
appear clsowliero 111 tno report wero llon
II. C. Ilates of St. Johnsburv. Hou. W. 0
French of Woodstock. Hon. Henrv Ilallard
of Hurlington and J. D. Uenison, Ksq., of
Tho post-prandlal oxerclses wero opened
wltn " tcrso and appropriato " romarks by
t'resldent lleatli, who called upon tlio viv
rlous speakers with brlef aud liumorous iu
troductions in each instance. Judgo Tylor
resnonded for " Tho Judiciarv of Vermont."
plcadiiig thnt his brief councction with the
bouch sliould havo excuscd hiin from this
duty, but nlludlni;. ln a fellcitous mauner,
to tho high reimtutlon of Vermont courts
and tho high placo whlcli thelr dccisions
hold iu tho opiiiious of tho legal fraternity
throiighout tho laud, nnd nttrlbuting tho
lilgh rank ot veniiont courts to tno supC'
riority of her bar. G. W. Harmon, Ksq., of
Bennington was called unon us a renre
sentatlvo of tho older memhers of tho bar
and spoko brielly. Hon. Daniel Koberts
was asked for a song and gavo " GalTer
Green " to tho delight of all nnd iu n voico
remarkablo for 0110 of liis years, A. 1
Huutou of Hethel coutrasteil uiodes of nro-
ceduro ln voguo a half ceutury ago with
tliose ln uso at tlio present day, tsx-uov,
ernor Farnham was called upon as tho In
coiiiing prcsideut of tho assoeiation. Ho
spoko ot tlio improvement ln torms ot legal
praetico aud of admission to tho bar, nnd ot tho
iutimato retations nt tho nssoclntion totlicso
iiiiprovoments. Judgo Vea.oy's remarks
njion l'.ugllsli courts or justlce, suggested by
his recent vlslt to theiu, wero of esiieclal in-
terest, nnd tho performanco of liis duty as
messeiiger to bear totne assoeiation 1 110 grcet
Ings of Hon. K. J. l'lielps, its llrst president
mot entliuslastic applauso. Ir. J. II
MlmmsofSt. Albans, " for tho nress," re
sponded with n huiuorous song, which wns
tlio causo ot utircstrulncd merrlmeut aud
was greoted with an encoro. W. P. StalTord
of St. Johnsbury spoko in behalf of tho
younger niembersof tho bar, nnd H. C. Royco
01 t. Aioans aud K. u. urowu 01 .Mont'
peller in behulf of tho candldates for adniis
sion to tho bar then undergoing oxninlnii'
tion and nresent bv invitatiou of tho asso.
ciatlon, Postmaster L, W, Keillngton ot
Kutland was tho last speukcr. uud hls re.
marks woro interrupted by tho arrival of tho
" hour wlien grave-yards yawn." President
lleatli oxpressed thanks for the honor con
ferred upon himsolf aud tho assistauco
giveu 111111 111 tlio perlormauco ot 111s dutles
and tho oxerclses closed with tho singing ot
" Auld Lang Syno " iu chorus. Tho dlnne:
was unanimously spoken of as 0110 of tlio
very pieasaiuest in tno iustory 01 tno asso
At a meotlng held Thursday iiiornlug
tho report of tho comuiitteo on iinmlna-
tions was rccelved and tho following
olllcers wero olected by acclamatlon: l'resl
dent, Hon, Koswell Farnliain; vlce-prosi-deuts.
Hon. James K. llntcheldor ot Ar
llngton, S. U. ShurtlolT, Ksip, of Montpelier
and ,101111 01111g, Ksq,, ot newport; secro.
tary, lieorgo w. ing, P.sip, 01 .Montpelier
treasurer, .JiuIl-o Hlrnin Cnrletou ot Mont
nelior: board of manai'ers. Governor Farn
liam. Hlraui A. Huso of Montneller. Johu
II. Watson of Hradford, C. 11. Pltkin of
llerlln uud icobort Koberts of Hurlington
Subseiiuently President Farnham nu
nounced theso nppoiiitmeuts; Coiumttteo
on niimissions, u. w. wiuis, ir. w. iuir
mon, -'. w. Hrownell, Jr., M. .Mansnr.A
A. Hall, Waldo Hrigliam, X. L. lloyden, J
O. llurko, P. R. Koiulall, Frank Pluniloy. K
W. Stoddard and J. J. Wilson; comuiitteo
nu proresslounl conduct, 11. V. .Nolile, 1,. V
IttMlliiL'ton nnd W. P. DllMiiL'liaiu: cniiimlt
teo 011 Jurisprtidcnco nudlaw rcforin, Daulol
Koberis, 1., 11. Tunmpsou aiul 11. u. Ido
committeo 011 legal hlstory aud blou'ran hv
A. M. Dlckoy, T, O. Scaver and Seuecn
Ilaselton, Of tho uowly-admitted mouihers
of tho bar R. G. Ilrown, P, J. Furrull nnd
H. C, Royco becamo nt thls tlmo iiieuiborH
of tho orgniilzntlou, tlio total meiubershl
01 wiiicu is now 111 iiio vicinity 01 0110 nun
ilreil HMVentv. Tho meetllirr wim tlirmiirh
out a most interesting and prolitablo ouo,
and Its Inlluoiico ls alinost certuln tn maiil
fest Itself iu a largelylncreased utteudunco
nt tlio gatlierlng 111 wliieli wlll closo
tho llrst decado lu tlio Hlstory 01 tho usso.
Tiib not procccds of tho lato fair hold bv
tho Ladles' Unlonof tho Untversallsteliurch
amountod to J5!KK).:i'.', nnd tho soclety is to bo
congrntulutediiponltsHiiccess. Krncst Ioon
ard rccelved tho ntghnuon thonenrestguess
as to tho nuniber of kernels of com in tho
bottlo, hls gucss hclng 781 nnd tho liumber
11011111 78'J. Mrs. J. F. Rhondes was tho ro-
clplent of tho souvenlr (jullt. Joseph
iiacKson, hou 01 j. 11, .lacksou, .M,i,, nnd
thoinlsfortuuo tohrenk his leg Just nbovo tho
nnklo last Friday, ns ho wns helplng nrouiid
tho ICclth houso, whlcli tho iloctor hns been
movlng. Tho fracturo wns reduced by hls
fnther, who was asslstcd by Dr. W. II. Reld
of Montpelier, both doetors belng present
wlien tno accldent occurred. A nar
vost concert was held nt tho Methodlst
church by tho Siindny-school lnst Sundny
ovenlng. Tho concert was well nttended
aud tho oxerciscs wero very Interesting.
1110 sccond ctitcrtalnment of tlio
lccturo courso was glven by tho Louiso
Ualdwin Concert Company last Fridny
ovenlng to n full houso, nnd ls spoken of ns
ouo of tho best ontertalnments over glven
hero. A largo liumber of our peopio
havo takon ndvnntago of tho low ratos to
vlslt Iloston this wcok. Mr. and Mrs.
0.15. White of South Ocorlleld, X. II., aro
visltlng Mrs. Whlto's brothers, tho lloyces,
thls week. C. F. Stevens movcd Into
hls now houso last week. Ho had just ro
covercd from a run of typhold fover and wo
learn 110 ls agalii contined to tlio bed.
Lewis Kcith hns bouuht 0110 of the small
cottages on South Main street erected by
.101111 vorK. it is to 00 occupled ny .Mr.
Kelth's son-ln-law, R. A. Hoar.
Kkv. Joiin J. Hall wlll conduct n rc-
llglous servicc ln tho school-houso ln tho
Loomls dlstrlct on nuuday alternoou at
threo o'clock. Tho Ladles' Sewlng
Clrclo mects nt Mrs. I). C. Pearsons' to-day
(Wednesday). A socfablo for tho young
jiooplo wlll bo held in tho ovening.
Kov. Mr. Hall prenched to tho young ineii
lnst Sahbath from tho text, " Is tho young
man Absalom safe." Tlio.churcli gal-
lory has been cellcd up and a stovo placed
lu tho room, thus providlng a small room
forsoclal and nrayer-meetlni's whleh can bo
qulckly and easily warmed. Henry
Kced lias several liorses wliieli 110 Dronoses
to let peopio tnko on trial. ; A church
meolliig wlll bo lielil ncxt Prlday alternoou.
The appralsers agreed upon by tho select-
men nnd James Hlckey to appraisotho laud
daniages ior tlio road leadlng Irom tlio sald
Hiekoy's placo to uear K. T. Hopklns' wero
Hon. C. W. II. Dwinell, Hon. W. S. Murtiti
nud Daniel Smlth, Ksq., of Marshfield.
They looked over tho ground tho 10th, The
length of tho road is four hundred rods aud
it runs on Hlckoy'.s placo niuety rods. Tho
coinmlsslon ullowed Hickey ij'J'Jj for land
daniages and fencing. Tho selectmen havo
hlred L. W. Walbrldgo to biiihl niuety
rods of this road for ?(i7, coiniiiencing nt
tho McFarllu place and runuing toward K.
T. Hopklns'. Tho elghty-sixth annl
versary of tho orgaulzatlon of tho Congre
gntional church ln this town was observed
Sunday, October 'J.'td, with oxerclses by tho
Sundav-school. A short account of tho
early days of tho church was given by Hou.
J. M. Fisher aud remarks wero mado by
tho pastor. It wns considered an interest
ing occasion. An educational meeting
ls to bo hold at tho Congregational church
Friday ovenlng noxt. Thero wlll be exer
clses by tho teachers nnd a lecturo by
l'rofessor J. A. Delloer of tho Montpelier
Union School. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. S.
Ilatchelder started for their futuro homo in
tlio Golden Clty of Callfornla last Tuesday.
They will mako their homo witli their son,
l'rofessor W. S. Ilatchelder, who is dolng a
largo business as teacher of muslc iu San
Francisco. Wo regret tho departuro of Mr.
and Mrs. Ilatchelder from our comiuiinity,
as they wero good iiiembers ot soclety uud
ulways rcady to lend n helplng haud iu
overy good work. Jlrs. Adda Har
rington was rccently called from hor hoiuo
in Jliunesotn to this plnco 011 account of tho
slckncss of her fnther, Mr. JIcDulTee.
Charles Howo was in town last week In tho
Interest of hls furin property. Jlrs.
H. A. Russell was called to Waterbury,
Conn., October -lst to attend tho funeral ot
her sister. Leslio Austiu vlslted liis
parents, Mr. aud Jlrs. Johu Austiu, last
week. Wo aro pleased to learn that ho is
succeeding tlnely in his profcssiou as teacher
of vocnl uud iustrumeutnl miislo iu tho city
of Jlnuchester, X. H. Wo regret to
announco tho illness of our vouernhlo towns
iiinn, Mr. F. JIcDulTee, nnd to say that
gravo doubts aro entertained as to hls ro
covcry. T. H. Lauce, Esq., has mado
(piito 1111 improvement in tlio villago eeuin
tery by the purchaso of land nnd tho build
Ing of u new fenco.
A Sunday-school concert will tnko the
placo of tho usual mornliigservlco next Sun
dny. Thero will bo u piiblic iustullation
of tlio olllcers of Moscow Lodgo next Friday
eveniug at Gray's hall. Tho cereiuonies
aro to tnko plnco at half-past soven. Fol
lowing this will bo presouted tho comio
temperanco draina, " Our Awful Aunt."
Tho oiitertiiinment will bo freo aud a cor
dial tnvitation is extended to all.
Jlrs. Iiuok dled last Thursday aud tho
fuueral services wero held at tho church
Thk Universnllst Sunday-school held a
harvest concert last Sunday ovenlng. Tho
exerclses, whlcli wero Interesting and ap
propriato to tlio occasion, cousisted of a
short address by tho pastor, singing by tho
children aud tho choir, reading by a young
lady, songs by threo young girls aud reclta
tlons by uiuo childreii. Thero was also n
good exhibitlou ot tlio ftuits of tho earth.
Tho teachors' oxaminatiou will bo
held at tho school-houso ln district Xo. 10,
known as tho Peck scliool-hou.se, on Satur
day, Xovembcr l'Jth,
In tlio death of Jlrs. Ilomer Hollister,
which occurred at her homo Jlouday of last
week, the commuulty loses a klnd and obllg
ing nelghbor and tho family a loving wilo
aud tuother. Tho funeral services wero from
her luto homo tho Wednesday following her
death, Rov. L. Warren olUclatlng. Wo ox
teiul to tho hereaved family our heartfelt
sympathy. Jlrs. Cauipbell, daiighter
of J. P. Cnrne.s, who has been quito daugor
ously slck tho past week, ls considered
somewliat better. . Fred Haminett and
family spent last week at L. C. Hamuiett's
on thelr return from Iloston to their homo
lu Phlladelphia, Several iu thls
vlclnlty nvnlled theinselves of tho oppor
tunlty olfercd by tho rallroads for a chenp
trip to Iloston.
Thk schools ln dlstrlcts No. '.', 4, tl and 1)
closed 011 Friday of lnst week. Jlrs.
R. A. Jlnxwell came uear bleediug to death
by tho piiucturing of a varicoso velu last
week. Mr. Jlaxwell held his tliumb ou tho
voin whllo her brother broiight Dr. Allou
in about au hour from tho tliuo ho left tho
houso. Jlrs. Jlnxwell Is stlll very wenk,
but lt Is hopcd sho wlll fully recover in a
few iluys. Jlrs. Kllzaboth Jlaxwell,
au old and respected resldont of thls town,
has been dangorously IU tho past week, but
nt thls wrltlug is somo botter. Mr.
nnd Jlrs. Georgo Jlnrtiu of Lowell, Mass,,
nro visltlng tho parents of Jlrs. Mnrtln, Mr.
nud Jlrs. K, A. Ilruco. .. A. 1), Hragg
has Improved tho uppearaiico of hls houso
aud horso-baru by puttiug 011 threo coats of
palnt. Tho " Genuan Flats " may bo
styled tho iiiuslcnl part of tho town, as llvo
now orgnns havo been purehased ln tho dls
trlct during tho past few moiiths, Tho pur
chasers aro Hollis Jtehuroii, Johu Jlaxwell,
John Chaso, Wllllo Colton aud Mrs. David
Lovelaud. Jlrs. Mary Jnno Somer
vlllo's horso stumbled nnd full, whllo com
ing down Druw nnd Paliuur'M hill, in Walts
Hold, throwing Jlrs, Somorvlllo out of tho
carriago nnd lujuriug iier soveroly.
A. D. Hragg lost a good horso (" Iko ") last
week, Ho was npparuiitly all rlght lu tho
liiorulng nnd dled nt eloven o'clock a. m.
Wlien llrst noticed ho npponred to hnvo 11
collc, but soon began to porsjilro profusely,
tho swcat riinnlng off hlm ns ho stood in tho
stnll. Mr, Ilrngg thlnks ho vas not slck
moro tliuu 0110 nnd one-half hours,
Thk school ln dlstrlct No. 4. tnuirht bv
Miss Addlo S. Peaso, closed Friday, Octo
ber '28th. Tho names of thoso scholars hnv
Ing 110 nbsent marks aro as follows: Hattio
Corss. Ilesslo Corllss. Jlnrv Jlarhlo. Kddlo
llennett, Clnyton Henry uud Henry Knnpp.
Thoso having no tardy marks aro Hattio
tjorss, ivatio uriiiin, uiayton ilonry, l-reddlo
iiarrmgton, i.uouarit iinrnngton, Henry
Knnpp nnd Lovi Nolson. Freddlo Hnrrlnc-
ton, Leonnrd Hnrrlngton nnd Ablo Porter
woro aosent oiuy ono-lialt day eacli and
Lolo Heaton only ono day. Thoso mlss-
ltig 110 words ln spelllng during tho term
nro Lolo Heaton, llertlo Jlurble, Lovi
iNoison, I'eler crowley and Clnyton Henry.
Jlnry Crowloy mlssed but one. Mlss Peaso
is au oxcellent teacher and lt ls lioped
her services can bo socitrod for tho
school tho coinlng winter. Jlrs.X.
A. Stockwell hns moved to S. K. Jlnrhio's.
David Ilrown hns gono to North
Duxbury to work for John Durkee.
Thero wns nsnrprlso party at John Rynn's
Friday nlglit, October 'J8th, lt belng tho slx
teentli blrthdny of Mlss Jlary Ryan. Jliss
Ryan was tho reclpiont of many nlco pres-
ents. JIlss Lllllan A. Portur is steadily
KmiKNE Mkkhill and Henry Greenwood
started on .Monday for Florlda, whero they
nre to spend tho winter. 1 Dr. Kdmond
Packer of Lowell, Mass., vlslted his fnther,
Dr. J. Q. A. Packor, last week.
Soventy-llvo tickets wero sold at thls sta
tion 011 Jlouday to partles taklng ln tho
Iloston oxcurslou. Waverly Town
has closed out hls business ln llarro and Is
stopplngwith Lovi llenton, his wlfe's father.
IIo Inteuds to go to Klorldn tho 11th Instant
for tho benelit of his health. Flfty
couples nttended tho promenndo nt Jleader's
hallSatiirdayovening. James Steams
nnd wifo retiirned homo lnst week. :
Prudenco llenton ls boardlng at Durand
Haker's. 1 Lllly Dow and Anna Hurn
liam havo closed thelr schools aud aro nt
Jliss Jk.nnik Richakdson has returncd
homo from Brattleboro rcstored to health,
both mentally and physlcally. Sho speaks
well of hertreatment whilo at tho asylum.
Qulto a nuniber of our peopio havo
taken advautago of tho oxcursion rates to
vislt Iloston and vlclnlty. Henry E.
Iladger nnd Frank Ward nro both Imnrov
itig. Rufus Chamberlin started for
homo from tlils villago last Thursday oven
intr, taklng in tlireo school chihlrcu to rido
with hlm. A short distanco from Hudson's
Hotol his liorso was frightened by tho cars.
It turued arouud aml plunged over tho
steep bank Into the river, whero tho water
was about ilve feet deep. Two of tho chil
dren Gllbert Sllloway and Hessio Turuey
camo very near drowning, but wero for
School in dlstrlct No. IU closes next Sat
urday. . Tho North llranch Cemetery
Assoeiation ls repalring its hearse-houso.
Georgo Patterson's little datightor
Lily has been very slck with pneuinonia, but
ls now better.
Jlns. Folky has retiirned to tho village.
: .Mrs. willlam tjawyer, wlio lias been
spendlng tho summer in Jlassacliusetts, re
tiirned liome last week. John Kagan
of Fayston has rented of C. McElroy the
farm now carried 011 by James Dow. Jlr.
Dow will movo to Waterbury, wo under
C. D. EnoEUTON wlll receive subscrip
tlous and advertisements for tho Watch
man. Otllco in Jletcalf'.s block, over Hlako's
storo. At tho quarterly election of
olllcers of the Good Templar.s' lodgo, Fri
day ovening, tho following wero cliosen:
C. T Rov. A. II. Webb; V. T., Jlrs. J. L.
Abbott; S., J. Jt. Hltt; F. S C. D. Edger
ton; T , Clara E. Harwood; Chap., Rov. I.
P. Ilooth; M Will A. Kllls; G., Jlamlo
II. Wliltiiiarsh, Seut., Walter G. Huutley;
organlst, Alma R. Huntley. Installntion
will tako placo this week. Jlrs. Jlnry
Ann, wifo of Oscar 0. Miller, dled Fridny
night of caucer of tho stomaeh, from ,which
she liad sullered for mauy years. Funeral
services wero held at tho house Sundny
ufternoon, Kov. J. O. Sherbiirn olllciating,
aml the burial took placo in tho Centur
Cemetery. Jlrs. Fanny, wifo of Ira
Whlttaker, dled Sunday iiiornlug and tho
funeral will bo held to-day (Wednesday) at
tho houso at twulvo o'clock. 'Dr.
Johnson has been viMting his mother at
Franklin, this stato, during tlio past week.
Father Brelivet retiirned Friday
from France, whero ho has been spending
a tlireo inonths' vacatlon. Jlrs. Jlary
Blood has moved Into tho seoond story of
tho tenement in Jlrs. Alvord's houso on
Central street which sho has occupled for
somo tlmo and Jlrs. Ilancroft has taken
tho llrst lloor. J. D. Suow has moved
from tho south tenement of Willlam Davis'
houso 011 Pearl street to tho part of tlio
Gourley houso on School street rccently va
cated by Sheriuau lClinball, who ls now in
Jlrs. Gosloy's houe. Jlrs. Thoiuas of
Roxbury has takon roouis ln Jlrs. Jlnx
huni's houso on L'nion street. Tho
work of painting tho Congregnlioual church
hns beguu, Jlr. Jlarble, who rccently camo
here from Burlington, havlngtaken tho job.
Denlsim Ilrown has bought tho An
drews storehouse iu tho rallroad-.vard and
will carry nn tho llour and feed business.
Tho Friends of Dovotioii.an organiza
tlon coiinected with tho Unlversalist do
uomiiiatiou, will hold a two days' meeting
iu tho Uuiversalist church, cominencing
Tuesday ovenlng, November 8th, witli a
sermou by Kov. OraJI. HiltonofSt. Albans.
Several of tho prominuut niiuistors of tho
stato, as well us laymen, will be present and
tako part in the services, A cordial Invita
tiou ls extended toall. Tlio publlu ox
aminatiou of teachers wlll bo hold Iu room
II. of tho high school buildlug Saturday,
November l'Jth, at nluo A. M. Tho
Unlversalist Ladles' Clrclo will meet with
Jlrs. Rhoda Severence, School street, next
Thursday afleruoon uud ovening. It is
a clrclo for work. Orriu Latliaiu dled
at tho poor.fann Saturday morning and
tho funeral was held Sunday, Rov. V. J.
Kidder olliclating. Ho was buried nt the
Centor. : At tho auiiual meeting of tho
Fair Assoeiation, last week Tuesday afler
uoon, tho old board of olllcers was ro
elected. Thero ls a balanco ot about $50 iu
tlio troasury nftor paying all old dohts, nnd
SU10 hnvo been rntsed by subscriptlon to bo
used lu liuproving tlio grouuds. It was
voted to hold the noxt fair tho fourth week
lu September. , At tho special town
meeting, held Tuesday afturuoon, J. lv.
Kgeitou was elected town clerk to llll tho
vacaucy cuusi'd by tho reslguutlon ofG. II.
II. Denuy. Ho oxpects to movo tho olllco
to his present location lu tho Xews block.
Jliss Abblo Jlclutosh and Georgo C.
Sanborn wero marrled last Wednesday
eveniug aud left for .Montreal 011 tho soven
o'clock oxpress. Thoy will vlslt rolatlves
In Jlaluo beforo returulug homo. 1).
T. Averill and wifo aud JIlss Flora luft
Tuesday niornlng for Campello, Jlass.,
whero they wlll speud tho wluter with Dr.
J. 11. Averill. Over ilfty tickets hnvo
been sold nt thls stuliou for tho Hostou ox
cursion. Willluiu JtcCormlck dled nt
tho poor-furm nbout four o'clock Tuesday
iiiornlug. Tho fuueral will bo held at tho
Cathollc church Thursdny nt nlno o'clock.
(IHADKI) SCHOOL NUTKS.
litA Siiaw from tho South Vlllngo ontered
school on Monday of this week.
Mits. Okay is soou to leavo tho boardlng
houso aud John lluttorllold ls to tako hor
place. Jliss Kv.i Coclirauo has been
vory slck with diphthorla, but Is now somo
botter. Qulto 11 uumbur from thls
placo hnvo gono on tho Hostou oxcursion
thls week. L. S. Hutchlus is visltlng
CCONTINUEO ON H1TT1I I'AQE.)