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MIDDLEBURY KEG1STEK OCTOBER 1, 1886.
Wlio aro dcsirous of plac
ing tlicir Full orders, wo
would Btato thnt our sloro
is now finislied, and our
cntirc stock of
Is quito twicc as large as
wc lmvc herctoforo car
ricd, and will bo found to
For fine work never boforo shown
in this city and fully cqual to
our growing tradc Wc
would suggest that an
H3 arly Call
Is advisablc, as favoritc stylcs aro
being closcd daily.
strivo to improvc in
IT1! t nw fl n
so as to compare favorably with
thc imnrovcments in our placc of
Turk & Bro.,
The Leading Olothiers,
156 and 158 College Street,
Cheapest Book Store
I3T XEff EXGL.IXD.
Corner Church and College Sts.,
Is tho Placc to liuy JEi-ei'y-thiiHj
in thnline of liooh'.
Wu woulil ie-iH'Otfiilly announco to tho
pei)ili! i)l Mlilillebmy mul the MirroumlliiK
country that wu nr lircpiiroil to funiiHh
llooks i'lthi'1-ni'W or old, (-tanclard orMl-cul-
laiicoiis, .-.cliool or Collvgu, at prlct'S not
ijuotuil liy othur ilrnlt'ri. Scntl ln youi'oriK'rs
or wrltu for irirt" pnst.jinlil, Wo shall puli.
llh in lliln pa)t'r lator on a prlcu M of Mun
danl Works ln Setn. I.OOIv KOlt IT.
S. Hitingtflfl & Cd
. wmum statioms,
KlKine SMtioncry, Engravcd M'cil
ding and Calllng cards a spccialty. -10
REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY!
Wlll be solrt ut pnbllo aucllon, on tho pretn.
Saturday, Nov. 6, 1886,
COMMKN'CINT. AT 10 O'CI.OCK, A. M.
All ot tho laniln ln Sliorchaiu, Aildliton coun.
iv, now iwiniiKiiiK to tlio catuto or the lato A.
11. Trenilwny. Snhl lunds iontnlnliiK nhout
375 ucre, iinil conslMliiK of vnrlely of limJs
(lliradow. WIHnlhuid nnd lHNlnrni-iil nnil 1h.
oinuo uio nomo jiiupo ot wild Trcadwny, uixln
whlcli tlnTo tn iin u.xponnlvomodorn dwcllliv:
jiuimu, wiiu Muuuifiii ouiuiiiKiins in tiiirco
Utlon. Thoso lunU.i wlll bo nolil ln an cntlnu i
parcid or In Isovcnil purrols, to ult custunll
(Th, mul iih hlmll hcuiii niost boncllcial totht 1
CHtato. Tcrnis oany, bnt lnado known on dajl
of Halo. 1 will hImi at tho Hatmt tlmo nnll A
iltiuntlty ot iiay and f;raln and Illty lioud ot
Thl farm and tho dwclllnKlioiisciind bnniH
nro widl Bnppllod wlth good and durublo
And Inclndud In tho lnnds oircrcil is about
lOOaorosot woodland, npon whleh thero ln a
laro qnantlty ot wood, two nunixr orfliunla,
anl a largo uiiionnt of Mawlng tlmher, heui.
lock, bntturntit anil baniwood.
JOSKl'lI T. sTICKSKV,
Adinr. of A. ll.Troadwny.
A. II. Ili'innno, AiiL'tloucer.
Khori'lmui, Vt., Oct. 1, IbSO. 40;tw
Mrs. Abcl Itlec ls 110 bettcr tlimi rc-
ported last weck.
i). Ji. Jicnnctt rcturncu 011 siuuiay
from Fontlulac, AVls.
Prospor Elitharp, who has been West
soine slx niouths, Is lioniu agaln.
Edward liussell of I'oehester, N. Y., Is
visiting lils slstcr, Mrs. .Tamcs llowe.
Win. Graham lias movcd into tlic shop
latcly vaeated by Ell Petty, for the pur
posc of repalrlng furnlture.
Mr. Parsons of Middlebury occupled
tlio pulplt of tho Congrogational cIiuitIi
last .Sundav. l'ev. Mr. Ohnstead ls away
on a vaeatlon.
Chas. Grandoy lias takcn a farm ln
Ticondoroga. 1 1 ls father-ln-law, AVm.
Fiteh,it ls undcrstood wlll lmvc eharge of
lils farm hcre.
Tho two horses reported stolcn last
wcek liavc bccn found. One bclonging
to Mr. Philllps was found in a pasture
ncarthelake; tho otbcr C. AV. Huntlcy
found dcad in the Elitharp pasturc.
It is vcry slckly here now.
Tlic Baptist socicty is slating lts house
M. 1'. A'arnoy's new honsc on Church
street is nearly done.
A. K. Grow lias beKun work on his
barn, on Church street.
Tho Catholles are to hold a fair at Hol-
ley hall in about two wccks.
Tho vlllagc inust be incorporatcd and
liavc a systein of watcr works, is now thc
Ihe Coinniercial Hotol is nearly eoin-
pleted and will soon be open to the pub
Daniel Monroe has buried three child-
ren, from one to nlne years of uge, sinee
No hear that the Bristol l.eeture asso-
ciatiou is tlcad. It mav prove to be onlv
JWumor, but wc fear for tho worst.
loyd ISrljXijs dicd Mondaj- nlglit. lie
broke his leg last week, iu juinplng from
a wagon and died, it is supposed. from
II. C. Muulll wa buricd last Frlday
with Maonie honors. Mr. Munsil was
one of ourjbesteitizens. lie wa secretary
of Libanus lodire, K. and A. M., and bc-
lonj;ed to both chaptcr and council ; was
treasurcr of the graded sehool, and rc
siLrncd tho oilicc of town ticasurcr buLll
fcw days beforo hc died. Truly, a gnl
inan has fallcn. f
Thc Y. AV. V. T. U. of Cornwall wlll
hold a parlor mcctlng at thc homo of
Mr. and Mrs. Ira I.. llamblin, Mondav
, Octobcrt. A good progrunime
ha becn preparcd, and a eordial in vit:i-
tion Is exteimtMl to all who are intcrested
in tcinperance to attend and help inake
thesc niecting.s a success.
Ilarry Brake has bccn visiting
friend, .lohn .Sjierry.
Dr. Sevcrance, wlfc and clilld of Mine
ville, X. Y., vlsited at Dr. G. AV. Honds
Lewis Xanabone, .Tr., latcly dug a po-
tatoe which welghcd four pounds and
Mrs. Win. llanks of Addison is spend-
ing the wcek wlth hcr datightur, Mrs. II
Ilattie Hamilton went to Middlebury
on 1'ridav last and staid over Sundav
with Mrs. I'. It. Uingham.
15. V. Ilaskell and wife went to liristol
Saturday, returiiing Mouday. They U
ited at llcnry Collamcr's.
Henry l'eck has bcen tnaklng inIde ro-
pairs on his house and will soon add to
looks of thc outside by fresh jiaint, ete
Thc eiiL'lne at the creainery has been
out of rcpair, but is now in working or
dcr and patrons delivcr thelr niilk there
Mrs. Mansfield seeins somewhat hn
Mr. and Mrs. Galusha Matthews return-
cd from thelr trip last wcek.
The Central creamery at tho depot
clocd for the seaeon on Tuesdaj.
Amatcur tnuslclaus in town bave or
gani.cd a brass band. The iustrumcnts
were to have ariived on Tucsday.
Card haVe been receivcd from llon.
and Mrs. JI. 11. Lmgdon of Miuucapolls,
Mlnn., aiinotiticing thc inarriagc of thelr
eldest daughter, llfirtlm, Oct. 5.
Itev. S. F. Calliotlrt frf Orwell occupled
the dcsk last Sundaj' in exchangc with
the jiastor, glvlng an able' dlscOurse ln
the mornlng, andin tlie eveninpf gpcaklng
agaln with much interest.
Mlss Abble Kent arrivcd liom fliis
week and wlll put tho cottage iu order or1
thc rccejitlou of her niothcr, Madame"
Kent, who rcturns later from Greensboro.
,TiPy havo becn abscnt nearly a year.
.W J.IIIIU. VUHJIB IU 11113 Illlll
Mlss Sarah A rlght of AVcybridgo wero
marrled at thc re.Mdcnce of the brlde's
parents, jir. anu .nrs. l,. j. wrlglit, on
laturday nftemoon last, liev. C. S. Sar -
gcni pcrioriuiug tne ccreniony
It Is nxncoted tbat AFlss Mnttln llarrnws!
will bi Tirnsntit. nt. tlu. iii.w.tttwr ut tbn T..,3
dies' Ald soeletv. on AVednesduv of liextS
week, and wlll glve an outllno of her ten
years of nilsslonary work Iu Japan, with
Ineidents eonnceted therewlth. A large
attendance ls deslred. Tea wlll be served
as usual, at llve o'clock.
Mrs. J. lt. MeGlhbon ls galnhig slowly.
Jaincs 1. Smlth is so that he ean go
about some, wlth the ald of crutehcs.
A vcrv hard ralu eanie last Tucsday
nlght, rnlslug the streauis very hlgh.
Itev. Mr. Lazarus of Crown L'olnt, X.
., preaebed hcre lat Sunday in ex-
chango wlth l!ev. E. Matthews of thc
V. M. church.
Mr. and Mr. Dan l. Munley and thelr
daughter, Mrs. Xuttlng of Brandon,
were hcre lat week vMtlng frlemU.
Mrs. Munley ls 85 years old, and 1 sinart
enough to walk nround, and reeently
rodo 18 nillcs iu one day, wlth three in
Lyman P. ltowe lias ralsud a vcry nicc
Ilcld of corn. U was plautcd May 28 and
haryested September 24. Hc pixcnted
thc wrlter wlth one hlll from tlie tlcld,
containing llve stalks, cach of thciu over
nlnc fect ln lcngth, on whlcli wcre sevcn
largc cars and one iinpcrfcet ear. Mr.
ltowe evldcntly knows how to ralse corn,
if he does llve on the mountalti.
llarlie and Tennie, son nnd daughter
of Lyman 1'. Itowc, started for Brandon
last weck to attend an evenlng entertain-
nicnt; and whcn about half a inllc from
hoine the horso tumcd a little, causlng
the wagon to run upon a large stonc, up
cttlng the wagon, and as it wcut over
It threw the horse upon lils back. llar
lie snrani; to thc borse's head. The an-
imal struggled, and whcn he cauie upon
his fcet tlie horsc, wagon and boy all
went olV a bank down an lnclinc, about
twenty fect from the road. The boy
succccded iu gettlng thc horse and wagon
back into thc road. Thc wagon was
little dainaged, but not so but what they
resunicd thelr journey. Thc girl receivcd
a sllglit hurt upon licr tace.
There wlll be a temperancc Sabbath
sehool concert Iu I'lptou next Sunday
cvening at slx o'clock.
Mrs. Carney of Pittsford has purchas-
cd tlie Diekerman place.
Itev. S. II. Koiinoy of Hartoiisvlllc i
expcctcd to oceupy the pulplt at the Coii-
gregational chureli next Stindayevcning-
Mcctings are being held at thc Bumi
sehool house, condueted by ltcv. Jlr
llcath of West Salisbury.
Dr. O. M. ltuinp ls sullcring lroui a se-
vcrc cold and nciirali'ia, but is convales-
eent at this writing.
G. 1). Mcrriam aiul wife have bccn ab
scnt for scveral davs visiting fricnds iu
.las. Kitts and wife. M. S. AVhitc and
W. It. Kllls arc viitinjr in tlic wcstern
Mlss Carrie Thomas is imiirovili!' in
health under the falthful and elllcicnt
care of Dr. E. II. Martln.
Ms-I). Shaves ha commeneed paint
Imr lils house in thc vlllaire. We undcr-
stand he will move into it carlv lu the
Sehool in d striet o. n coiiinienceu on
Tuesdav witli Miss Alice .lennings a
tcachcr. The house has been thorough
ly ropaired on thc liisidcdtiring vacation
and prcsents a mueh inore wcleome ap
Mrs. ('. 1!. Williani has gone to l)u
bmpie, Ia., lo vl-it hcr daughter, Ada
Mrs. Martha Uurt Thoiupsoii of Ksscx
X. A'., is visiting her grandfathcr, T
Mrs. Wlllis aiul slstcr of Pittsford have
becn visiting Mrs. S. T. Haker and other
Miss M. A. Mills of Pittsford lias becn
eanvasslnj: the town for a history of
AVasbington and vicinity.
Mrs. Gillis and Mrs. Morgan, cousin
of A. A. Pond, have returncd to thelr
home In Wisconsin, well pleased with
thelr vlsit to A'erinont frlends.
-lr. aiul Jirs. voiuey iei-ev nave n1-
tumcd troin thelr vlsit to friends in the
south part of tlie Stato and rcport that
evcrvtliiii'r is looklnj; better hcre than
there. Crops of all klnds have sullercd
for want of raln.
Mrs. K. I). Pcek, slstcr of Mrs. .1. E.
Parker, is verv slck with malarlal fever
ln Hraudon. There Is no doubt but that
she contraeted thls fever at Atchlson
Kas., whcre she hadbeen taklng care of
A. A. Pond has Jmt rcturned from
nortbern Xew A'ork wlth a lluo lot of
young cattlc. Mr. Poud Is a good iudgo
aud haiidlcs uothlng but llrst.class stock.
He has jtliit bought sevcn new mllchcoWs
of the Creaui Hlll stock farm. Thls
mcans long inoney pald for them.
An old townsmail, Dr. Henry XU'hols,
now of Xlagara county, X. A'.( was ln
town with his son calllng upon old
frlends aud looklng over tlie eeenes of
hfa chlldhood days. Kverybody remern
bcrs m has hc.nrd of old Dr. Xishols, one
of the rlrst praetlehig physlclans iu tlrlsr
town. Mnny sears can yet be seen inailc
by lils .old lancet. Dr. Henry is a son of
'lom Anothcr CoiTospondont.l
On AVcdncsdaj mornlng
Sent. 15. a
4.'.... lilnnnnnt .!. ..P 1n..f T I .......
and a few friends g'athered at tho resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs'. V. G. AVright to
witness the niarrlage of tlielr daughter,
Mary, to Fred ltawson. It being thc
season of Howers, the house was fragrant
wlth thelr perfumc. Undo'rtlioUlreetioii
of Mrs. lt. I). Xeedlinni, ablyKsisted by
the Mlsses Church and Hubburd, evcry
apartment was tastcfully dccoratcd.
The ccrcmony was pcrforincd by Itev.
Mr. lllcc, after whlcli caine congrat-
ulatlons and refrcslnnents bountlfiilly
scrvcd. Tho prescnt, bcautlful and slg
nlllcant of apprcclatloii of the modest
worth of the prctty brldc, wlth tho lovc-
September day, consplred to inakc It
pleaant and liappy wedding. Your
eorrcspondent notlced soine of the pres
ents, but dld not notlce the naines.
Vmong thcin were an elegant gold-band-
cd palnted clilna tea set, a dozcn sllver
knlves, a dozcn sllvcr forks, solld sllver
tablcspooiis, dessert spoons and tca-
poons. sllver cakc plat', sllver cake
aket and palr iileklc casters, uiilitic
las frult dlsh, two colorcd cut glas
sets, bcautlful niekcl-platcd banglng lainp,
pair twcnty-dollar gold pleces, Marselllcs
qullt, laee plllow shains, handsomely
wrotight tldies, bcautlful oll paluting,
ete. Tho conjrratulatlons of all wcre
hcartilv bestowed on the liappy palr,
who lcft In the afteruooii for a carriage
trlp to Lake Dunmorc and other places
Mrs. II. Stevens s visiting hcr daugh
tcr in Chlcago.
Huttcr U stcadily advanclng ln priee
in thls market.
Thc Ladles' Ald soclety were to meet at
Mrs. D. Tappen's AVeducsday.
Potatoes aro turniiiK out flnely. 1'ot-
ting ahuost unknown.
Huetcd's fall and wintcr suitsare pop-
ular. ltead his eard lu thls paper.
A fair ainount of wool i lludiug its
way to market from thls statlon. 'J'liey
keep inuin as to priccs.
Mr. Satterlv Tuttle of thls plaee wlll
lcave for Callfornla, the lattcr part of
October. lie rocs to Lo Angclc.
Uev. Mr. Austin of the Methodlst
church i about readv to rcsuine his du-
tics as pastor. Ile will preach next Stin
Mr. C. H. Strong and Henry Iliekok
took advantagc of the Champlain Tran
portation trip to Lake Georsre and Xew
A'ork for .$".
I'hc reccnt ralns have opened up a good
prospeot for fall plowlng and it will bi
promptly hnproved by thc indutriou
A ear load of valuablc sheep are to be
sent from Crown Poiut, X. A., this week
for thc Colorado market bv C. AV. Mason
of Xew Haven. They nuuiber 111.
lioney tlcalers sblp most ot tlic pro-
duct of thelr becs, but somc honev s
boiiirht in our loe.il market at 10 cents
pcr pound thls season.
Mr. .1. G. Hindes receivcd a Xew A'oik
tclcgram the other dav whieh lcft lilui
but a fcw minutes in whieh to pack hi
grip saek for tlic city. It was business
Autumnal glorics givc promisc ot an
early fall. Thc trccs are rapidly putting
on tlicir varicfratcd pltituagu, and the
in.iple, the oak, the beach, the ash and
tlie cedar lend addcd beauty to liillslde
Mr. and Mrs. I'alrbank are pleased
with thelr new home Iu Middletown, Ct
md liavc had evcry nioment occupied
since they lcft A'ergcnncs, not so nuich
o, bowevcr, as not to long for a look or
a haiid.hakc from old familiar fricnds.
The industrious small boy is having a
tenible struggle between his fear of
playlng 'liookey" from sehool and hi
love of tlie hickory aud butternuts, tbat
grow iu sueh tautaliing luxurianee on
trcc.s be knows so well.
Miss Miiinic .Spaulding, who has been
sjicndlng a plcasant vaeatlon ainong re
lativcs and fricnds in Panton, A'ergeunes
and elsewhcrc, has rcturned to hcr du
tics as tcachcr lu the publie scbools of
Xew A'ork city.
The Hercuics roadinaker, exhlbitcd at
the State fair by F. M. Moulton, took the
lirst prciulum and found an hnmedlate
sale to Warren Hared, a succcssful Mi
souri farmcr. Hc went West years ago
Scveral persons dcsiring to be baj
tised into tlie Metbodist chureli and pre
ferring ininicrsioii, will have thelr pref
crences carried out by Itev. Mr. Shcr
man of the Hantlst church, Oct. 10, at
soine lioiiit on the creck yet to be Indi
After all the fears expressed by soino
that tho cold season would prevent corn
COrn was shown Mouday by lt. T. Bris
tol of Panton, which was thirteen inchcs
long and one of the rows had ilfty-eiglit
kerncls lu lt.
Wc hear that soiito of our skilled nic
chanies are talklug of golng to thestrick
en city of Charleston for the wintcr.
Mr. George Myers, one of our best ma
soiiSj Is sald to have pretty iiiuch decided
on going. He would do well as hc Is
tliorotighly" conipetent as a builder.
An experienced fanner, who has lived
irt the AVcst for tuore than twenty years,
and who U now visiting old friends once
inore, tells us that Vermont never made
i better erop'showing, all things cousld
eed, than she does thls season, so far as
his llfty years' expericnce eanjudge.
AVillard Bros. of Denvcr, a sheep linn,
dropped In oii Mr. C. AV. Mason of Xew
Haven, Saturday, looklng for some' A.
Xo. 1 rains, and he soon furiilshed'tlio
Colorado nien wlth six-of Fariiliani's'bdt
French rams, wlth w'lilch purehase'they
were so well pleased that they took the
return traln Saturday nlght, feellng'that
thelr trlp had been a success.
Mr. F. 1C. Haven has rcturiieti home
troin hU Wcstern trlp. lt wlll be remeni-
bcred that he was appolnted by thc ltc
publlcau State eoiiiinlttce as a delegate
to thc natlonal licpubllean anti-salooii
conference licld at Chlcago, Sept. 10. lie
vlsited St. Louls, St. Paul, Mlnncapolls,
ete., "dld" Chlcago tliorougbly, and wa
greatly pleased wlth, prolmbly, one of
tho most Interestlng and Iintructlve trlp"
of his llfe. Hon. Gco. AV. Urandcy made
good sclcction ln nomliiatliig Mr. Ilav-
en for tlic posltlon.
Itev. D. Cobb of Soutlieru Callfornla
conference preaebed a serinoii of unus-
ti.il breadtb and eathollclty last Sunday
from thc Methodlst pulplt. The church
had no vacant seats, no unlnterested llt
cncrs. Thc reinarks werc prcdlcatcd on
tlie Wtli, 20th and 27th verses of Kphc-
ans .) aud while our iinuts lorulu a rc
port In extenso, lt may be sald that no
report could plaee the speakcr, wlth bl
eommaiidlug preciice and carnest air,
propcrly bcfore the rcader. lils sernion
wa decplj- Interestlng, very inipresslve
aud could not fall of lastlng good to all
There are over flfty students ln thc
freshnian elassat tbeuniversity, lturllng-
Thc annual inspection and paradc of
thc Burlington llre deimrtment was held
iu that cltv Thursday.
AVilbur Washburn, IS, fell four storles
down the clevator shaft at the Carpentcr
Organ eompany's factory in Hrattleboro.
and was probably fatally hurt.
Mabel AVrlght, aged slx, llvlng near
Saxton's liivcr vlllage, was kiekcd in tlie
stoiuach bv a voung eolt and iiijurcd so
tbat she survlvcd but a few hours.
Thc old honiestcad, built by Gov.
Chittenden, the ilrst governor of the
State, is stlll standing at AVilllston, and
has been occupled by slx generations.
O. M. Tinkhrm has bccn appolnted
dcputy siipcrintcndent ln the dairy de-
partniciit of the Iiay State Agricultttr.il
soeletv and will look attcr the interests
)f the A'ennoiit dalrymcii.
ISurglars cntcred the storc of George
I'ease at Williston between tlic hours of
10 and T o'clock, one night last week,
md took ovr 800 worth of jcwelry and
a small (jtiantity of tobaeco and eigars.
Kllls Cole of Kast lltirke, wbilc hclp-
intr Mclvin Wlilte tlircsh, fell from the
mow. ftriUItiir on a fork liandlc, wliicli
)cnetratcd bls bowels. Hc sull'ered great
lv at Ilrst but is now nuite comfortablc.
William McXeil of Shelburn reeently
shot aud woundcd an hnniPiie bald-head-ed
cagle whieh after a desperate encount
er hc sueeecdcd iu capturing alive. It
lneasured sevcn fcet from tlp to ti i and
it welghed Hi pouiuls.
Thc ireideut of tlicA'ciniont Woinan's
Cliiistian Temperancc union. Mrs. .1. L.
Perkins, lias becn engaged by the lowa
AV. C. T. I'. to dcllver an address at thelr
State conveiitlon, whieh will convene
about the middlc of October.
The case of the State against Martln ('.
Davis. the scliool-inaster who shot and
scriously woundcd the fatlier of one of
his seholat's, was contlnued by mutual
couscnt Mondav till thc March tcrm of
the AVIndhain county court at Xewfane.
Davis was adinittcd to bail.
Liglitnlng truek a tree noar Jack
Hull's hoit-e at West Concord tlie other
niirht, and paeil from the tree into tlic
hou-c. llull was letting down a wludow
aud thc lightning foiloweddown his arm,
slde and leg. took oll' two toe nails, went
down tlirough tlic ehambcr tloor aud
passed out of tho front door. tearing up
thlugs gcncrally iu its cscape.
Thc Chltteiidcn county grand jury, iu
their rcport on the jall in Burlington,
"earnestly reeoiniiieud that new and suit
alde buildings for sald purpo-es bo built
as soon asmaybe; a jall with niodern
iinprovcincnts tliat will securc the safe
kcepiiig of thc prisoners put thercin, and
aNo adinit of the otlU'or iu cliarge prop
crly earing lor thcin without endauger
ing' life or limb."
There are now ln the inane asyluni
at Hrattleboro -t.AO paticiits a larger ntim
ber than usual in reeent years. Tlie
iiumbcr of paticiits supported by private
ineans, by the State, and by towu is 120,
l.'ii and 1S0, respectively. There is an
Incrcase among the inmates of those who
are reldeut of tlils State. At tlie close
of the bieiinial terui iu 1SS0 :J2 of thc
I IT ti.t.tfttna W......t t.,t.l.iltf j lll !
111111(111" nvit; t 11HM1L ll.inn. ui " t ui
1SS2 the iilimbcr was 350 out of UI ; ln
1SS4 it was 'M'J out of 4H7, aud now it is
aSO out of -150.
Saniuel Smlth of Williamstown met
wlth a frlghtful death the (Wlief day. He
cut olVat the butt a leauing trc' bt two
feet ln dlamcter, and whcn it wn scTered
from the sttunp the butt Ilew back, strTk-'
lug hlm on the left thigh. Thc thigh
bone was erushed between the kneo and
the body, and the llesh was literally torn
from the bone from a point Jtist above
the knce (ip to the body, lucludlng the
scrottnn.- As he fell the tree plniied hlm
to the eartli,- the heavy butt lying aeros
lilui just liolow th'e small of the back. So
elosely was hc fatenctl that his coiu-panlou--
were foreed toditf tlie eartli from
under hlm with thelr hamls bcfore he
could be nioved. Physiclans reduccd
the fraeture and sewed np thc wotinds,
llut Mr. Smlth died at 3 o'clock p. m.
from the Injurles received.
The State Baptist associatlon whieh
opened at Saxton's Itiver on AVednesday
of last week closcd ou Thursdaj'. The
day opened wlth a prayer-mcetiii at !
o'clock, followed by a publie meetiitg of
tlie board of inanager. The AVonian's
inlisionary socicty held their anmial
mee'tiiig in the CongiegntlonalUt chnrclt
prelded over by the prcsldcnt, Mrs. L
Maon of Montpelier. Addrcsses wen
made by Mlss Allec Mertlani and Mrs
r:.,t,ia ..r iinat.... untc.. ....
of the early inlsslonarlcs to Iturmah
rl'l.n lfn.,ttnl irln ....t.....
inniiflttir tno Iwibl it 10 r.Sil.w.1 tt, 4-1..
ti f tnvnnmi tlui niiiiinil l.i.oltm&o nmt.'.i.i
tlon approprlated 82125 to asslt 10 need
cburclics of thc Statc. It was voted t
hold tlie next annual meetlng at I'actorj
Polnt. A sernion wa preaebed bv Itev
Martln of Bennington.
I'hcrc were 1 87 failures iu thc Tiiltei
ntatcs anu L.inaua tti rintr t ic ast wniir.
Gould, the Portland (Me.) defaulter,
has becn arrested, and ls in jall indefault
of 850,000 bonds.
Ihc Anaches have been snfelv lortwd
in Fort Marlon, Florida. Tbevare sald
to be lndlll'erent as to thc change.
Thc carthrpinke eentre lias movcd out
to lowa. Fivc distinct sboeks were felt
at AVhiflcld ln that State Thursday night.
The etnbezzleiiicnt of Xeal Dow's son-
In-law ln Malne amouuts to nearly 8150,
000. Stoek gambllng was thc eause of
The statcnient that Secretary Lamar is
soou to be married to a wealtiiy wulow
Is pronounced by the secretary himelf
as only about half trtic.
It is olllclally aniiounced that thc one
dollar sllver certltleates wlll bc issiw.il
October 1. the twos three weeks later,
and the tlve about Xovember 1.
Knr.fnf.ii.t' ....1.1.. ...I..
. -.v.i,...! ..i.iiiiiiu uwuciiwy exiect
to return' to AVashington to' live, for
orders have been receivcd to put his
house lu llrst-elass sanitarv coiulition.
Jienry George, tlie well -known wrlter
on polltical econoiny, has bccn nomlnat-
ed for mayor by the worklnginen of
Xew A'ork city and is very likely to get
K. A'. Kinscy, nlght agent of thc Bur
lington road at Maeomb, 111., was robbed
at tlic polnt of a shot gun by a lnasked
robbcr Frlday night of 60:'t5, funds of
Dr. .1. C. Pcrrlshing, latc prcsidcnt of
the Pittsburg Fcinale college. is on trial
at CoiinelNvllle. Pa., bcfore the Metho
dlst Kpiscopal conference, on eharges of
dlshonesty and lying.
A nuuiber of aetors and actrcssps ar
rived at Xew A'ork Sunday from Europe,
ineltiding Mrs. Langtry, Atigustin Daly's
company, A'iolet Caineron and her coin
pany and Dion Boucicault.
A eanvass of leading politiclau for
prefercnces for President in seven
wcstern State sliowed 244 for Blaine,
110 for Logan. 44 for Sherman, SO for
Clcveland. :i for Hlll. and 4 forTliurmau.
Coiisul-Gcneral AVilliains at Havana
report to thc secretary of statc that
nearly 1)4 per cent of all the sugar cane
produet ot Culia for thc lirst iuarter of
tlils year found eonsuming markcts in
tlie L'nlted Statcs.
Slx llres have occured ln or closc to
thc town of Ilarinony, Me., all caused
by inccniliarisin. The peoplo there
alxmts are so alarined that business
is siispcnded. and people are packing up
thelr ell'ects in readiues? for reinoval.
Ex-Presidcnt Artlitir i iireparing to
return to .New A ork from Xew I.oudon
wherc he lias spent the snuiuicr. It i
stated that bl health does not -how any
iuiprovemeiit, iieither does hc appear to
be anv wore thau whcn he lcft Xew
A'ork lu the sprlng.
Three penitentiary prlrncr all im
portant witnessc in tlic pemliug investi
gation of abuses iu the Obio State-prion
at Coluinbus, wcre takeli suddenly sick
Saturday night, and an analysi of the
water left in their cells shows that they
A iiumbcr of cattlc at Chlcago have
becn found to be all'ected by pleuro-pneu-nionla.
They are to bc examined and
killed and the slieds wliere they were
kept burned. Tlie entirc expcn-e to tlic
State in stainplng out the discae i cti
mated at 8150.000.
Standard silver dollars to the amount
of 8H72,00S were issued from the inlnt
dtiriug the weck ended September 25,
against 800l,4!).'l for tlie corresponding
period of last year. The sulpmeiits of
I'ractional silver eoin siucc September 1
ainount to 81,012.012.
It has bcen detcrinined by the council
mcn of the Sioux natlon iu Dakota, as
well as by thc gelicral nssent ainong the
people, to cstabllsh ill.lil rtiid transporta
tion rotitcs throughout the Ifontier re
gion, which shall be condueted exl'lttsive
ly by Indiausand asan Indian enterprise.
A slight eartlKpiake shock was felt at
Cl'tai'loston, S. C, at 5.02 o'clock Mondav
.iftrTnoon, lastlug about twoseconds and
accompanled by a loud rumbling sound.
Thc wa ie moved from north to south,
llouses wro Shaken perceptibly, and a
nuuiber of ptts-oils ruhed into tlie streets.
Xo daniage wA"dbno beyond the falliug
of looso dasterinjj.
l.ieutenant Scliuctze of the United
States navy, who was' sent to Slberia
with preents for tlie UatH'es who assist
ed in the search for the sftrvivors of thc
Jeaiinette, has returued. 116' was Mndly
receivcd, but found it ditllcult to uiake lt
understood why these presfuts were
made. The llcuteuaut tells an interestlng
story of his cxperlcnces.
lt appears that consrress has left the
President without power to exteud in
vitatlous to French cltlzens to attend the
inaugiiral crenioiiies of the statue of
Uberty In Xew A'ork harbor. Thev will,