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WHO TAKIS THIS?
•, J* •: fr« |«r*»u« who (lay at
< eltaitr* on *uh*« rt|>tt<>u
9 V |t>-at. at *1 .»• |»r mr, r*
,.i * ••Ni.fibrr> hrforv th#>
. \t »»»•* It W«ii«n|. w» «|||
p, kh ». »• « autMrrtptioa t« Hth#r
v %:r Farm mouth
, ^ '.Hiro*), or om jrmr'a
W«HMOkl(»«|" • MoOth
„.,f f, wiximth and Horn#. Thla
§tr **| • •H'1 tto*" l«M» Of Mlt
Ct>UU, l*uhltohrr«.
» -jef
u- M . i. > , of hr*ar Kalla,
, n IV - f *
ui Nit Ihrrf't in
: • r to OHM J*.
««j- "f I lno»ln. M.lnc, U
. i »' llatnniond*
k «'■ now In thi» oflWw of
y, -.r' N H lift* proJrat. tl*ltr«i
>«tunU»
V . >r» lUM« :• h«u f«>rw
-I- '<• th# w
, ? fc .<Mrr, Mr* Kw
) \ • l'» fti»m and famtlr Ww*#
itt* .. t«-d»T, ¥<>o>la\
•% • »• torn yj^i UM
• • < \u«tln «tot MlunliT to
» • hr U rnc«£»| •• prtovt
% • k*h Hh««d, trrm tv(iuota<
fft «r» ft
« > N. »r.i and f»aillv rrtur»»il
V-'•* *' "> lalmouth Kormklr,
•tor* *|"-nt th» mnnrr
>> « «.,■* th# \n»c« Is* houftr
TV (< •'« of • hunting niU h ti i
. , . - . I«li"d that nothing «f>.
. . .l.rpt "leg I lliiftlr
Jbi ■, lh< ir KhnluW i«wnltn|lj.
! «hi»er o»rr to think
£ •»■*. »h«D th*> ' Mil
. u. . «v »i)U tl»« Main*- K«rni
r \ . . |*mr. with "1« *■'>" *tar>d
4 «: fn»a> th«* front of th«
"m —— —
„• : %rr«alUt Cirri* at thr hull
it I' <> o^olhf IValc at
. M .iruiKiit fi«r th** e» rt»
IVI»*rkrrWi.ii|
. *• '» till !• oYI«*k
crnt*
w«»ltmr». »n W.NwtbiiM
• i n I'an*, ha* NIU out for an
*r«lt>r»dar. No» 14th. at 9
i « m No |H>«l|«>iM>fiM>nt on ic
' mI •rtlhrr. II# I'lfrrt all ht«
wL N'tulng tool* and a lot of how
Mi f «U.
a • : VO« lik»- lk»«r ll»l)oW.-rU
M*4>ri« iimi iiU|>Uv, »ou t It'
^«nl ilnir it w«-uM hat*-'
'h* wit* hi-ij{ h«»ur, toukr
ixrr> i »>'ur hand and bwt k out Into
I. • f ti. I thr lightning'* fla*h
» r • ruar *
;>• • r>t -1• would Ilk# to *.-.
,ht« alHi Iwu tirrn orVr
t j-rk-r® o»rr I-*»%• II way
h'*r* it thU iWinltv ar*> at*»ut a*
« > I • trt-tli. and wh*n i»Dr dtw-ft
r • |-la«*- h- idi aN>ut a* #-n
.. • i ilr|p«i«| «-an*lMatr tlx
_• .f.-r rJ<t1k>D.
- ' K"i , of Ma>hlD(
I f "nirf|» of I'art*. •unli>
t . ^r«i«« V f Har!
« • •: !«••■!<••• m thr |V. .ioii
\ ..fur gtor.. atnl I* rill
| • of th*" HUM* a* *|*vUI
•a M- Hart Ml a man v fr»• ■
i V . . > <»a \ • glad to -* III* grin I,
I > h;« »rrr i ti<••• II on
• f<>r thr hunting tuaUh
•«••.» P.* ( iik*n had » gun,
T IV oli! gititkuian
•. h««orr. fur In g"t ui>
» kl«| lit llir bright light,"
• U ft 4|mI a «• for lltr
tit thr (ug<^ Ilia I *|i p(
l»r ' *'gi *t '■<({ f gallo
*» 'I ' • ' U|i that Might.
< • «> llngg* of ***<««t h I'ari*.
'» a. ft <• I tra« brr, antr*
t mainloliii ('laving of Ml**
• JTIlt th# ftUMIIItrr lirft
* • i *ho»rtl tin |«>4*lbllll|r«
.■ «m! |m r «>»n cwiMtiJ
y >» g uia.i i-r Mm
•< hr -I 4* . ti.1,1* of thr lh*|ru
'' » ■ •tin ably. If »r litd nM.h
. Mi*i IlilJrll lb* •laDih'.n
• i • i tak> front rank a* a
fcr.u ,,t.
i ^ftlunlaT Ihrnr i* a Inutit of
1 aiH«M tl» n*k of the *uu. It
»• *rvni indlf It Ua char da*
« • » »iit to g«' . tir «ni' U< d gla**
•I i!a<i n««l> III ob«rr\f It.
• i:, h» »i«lbir fr«*» about 1«»
¥. Mrrvlin will U ti a*
I * -4 U|->n thr fao* of thr «un
♦ting a g<»«d Irlrni'l* mat
fir "V trdtlttc AllirrU aO a dr
• f a mrthod by ahkh a tiuiu
•rrw It *iniultaii«i'u«]t
1 * > I*a0t wrddlug took
Not. I, at l«» o'clock. at
•> '*• .< of the bride* (-areut*, Mr.
v I W hlttruiorc. »lirli thrir
t \r ir Flora, and l*hllli> H
,!id In it irriigr b> Itri
<>f >outli Parta fliry
U: > I< autiful wrddn t pr»- Ut»
t dinner »at **rtnl at I
' i tli* ha( i>t coupl* left ->u tlir
• ■lid a *ho«rr of rice
*• •• .•.!,.* of maiir friend* and
Ma*<ft. hw**Kta fur a abort
* tour.
'!»■ —«i Irtlm Id l*aria |««»at oflU-r:
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,»» » r*Mk.
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V. » »,
i Tl» -i^rttafD nd at ibt ball M»b
mog of U»t wrrk. •• r«IM. and
"*»• < lltflt*a and Kil|tr lluUklat cb«»a*
t it'll ra* I. fi r th« «[jf*ual
»a'ifc Twaday «u th* »or
>4mTv day a|.|uiMrd f,»r th» hunt,
id -b- •|H>rt*Brit ia«W um of all lb*
- *b< aii«J DM»r« or l*aa of ,hr dark at
kt rutla of lb* day. \t a u'llmk in
^ •« itug the faun* »»< o untfd. aud
t»'-ult »aa •].« for lluU-htn*' aide
.' f.>r lUrl"» a aid*-. \nattrui|>(
N*ade I* kan tbr aatth run a* n*ar»
■ oUr "«* tbr aquarv,*' and tb»r*
i*ry Ultl* If uy gau»»* brought la
r«a* iM»t arxurrd tb*dav of lb# bunt.
»i i total of tb# fanw brought la
•4«aa
{•M
*• *» xl i«il|i«k<r.
' •<
'•■aiaaut
•Mm!
•n»im
1^'h1 km.
,2' -i<nmla.
_**!»• Kalrn
*Tr"
*■ • a
• a« tb# tlio*
ttlWr
„ ralood
lavrraaed to
^ii..t »t il*. U«t tuotuvot tb*
H *IHur«tla.r rv«*n
*4 v " *'4 •a«fi«Ml*oo*i<h
'*1 IU a fo..| OM. Tbr
I *{p-r ,t4 ^.fYed at tba I'nWm
fT*|*
netting to th# ll
"' im mt, ' •' Mm ■
a \rto oo th* date. It
7* tlar, aud at Bl|ht liHTf
THE OXFORD BEAKS.
TMt OOINQS OF THK WISH IN AU
SECTIONS Of TMC COUNTY.
WILSON'S MILLS.
WUI lUrt and Walter Rwkmti mch
had a promt of «n fntlr* Ml of laapa
hir thr b»a«< tnw Mr. iwl Mr*. IxmtoII
that tbcy W9T9 («Um fur U flMlAl
Dm tht* Mit
Mr*. iVtrr IJiiMmI* and child are
tUil*| at hrr fathrr'*, J. C. lUan'a.
Mr. and Mr*. st*pkn llanai«ir of
Krrul «Mt at John « oa % vlalt r»
NMlf.
I'. M. hclljr and I trad Ballrr han |um
u|» to krlly'a caap on a sporting trip.
II. <i. Ilrnrrtl ha* goo* u|> the Magal
loway to l<>ok at a logging t«>b.
Hnwl liowd i kt. >•, til la Uffnlrr
!«««hrr. U bring hrr fourth term hw.
Sbr U a very bard working troohrr,
and takr* grrat Intrmat la the advaur
mrut of hrr tcholar*.
Vrrt vans for thr Mwaoa and •rrrral
tarktln of tprlng Ikiaw In tdoaaom.
tAST SUMNtft
The lltbhard iuim! U now iwoipM by
lUnnle Knight.
Mr. Illbbard and wife arc out wrmt tor
thf winter.
nhw time ihi* month we in to ht«f t
'«'«rw of l»»hf Inmrn by two of thr
(M-ulty of thr XiIm !«Utr t nlltp no
agrW ultural topic*. Thla will afford an
n»*ll«it opportunity for *11 In the
vklnlty to Warn M*nethlng of value per
taining to Ibrlr lolrrwlt. |j( tbe p*<v
pW (rumllT attend. l'la«e of meeting
and <utr* will be given later.
IV ruocrrf»tl*Hiil church U now
«le*titut* of Ptulir MpplT.
litf. John K. Kerry voutlnuea to *up
|>1« both the lla|>tltt thurrhea la town.
The Mlnot IVlInf Co. have had i
mw labeling and ahipplng tbrlr good*
from thU plait.
Kira Keen, Jr., »<l family ara to vWU
In H»«Uin and «k-lollj fur a few week*.
Pf RU.
t.eo Wllwin la In town again.
W. II. Kent ha* moved hla j»»*t office
Into hi* hou*e, and J. M liammon ha*
niotttl Into the *tore where llent ha>
keft hi* nffltt.
Alton Newton Intend* to more thk*
»erk l"t-> hl« «t*lnl th«t lie bought of
J. M. <tamnion.
Mr*. John Knight ha* a |«illet that
waa habited la Apill, that haa laid three
tluien r(fj« and want* to aet.
IAST PCRU
Thoma* Karrar I* living hi* bin-h mill
over Into a grlat mill, and the neighbor*
are very much |>leaaed.
Horace ( lark I* rerr low. but their
have hope* of him let.
They hare no hope* of Mr*. Yarney.
CAST BITMlL.
I (Milan atimmer da**.
Mr* Km ma l*utnamof IHideld accom
(•anted b% her father. Mr. H. J. Howard
of |U»*ton. called on many friend* In
thU place la*t werk.
Mr. and Mr*. IV, >. Wl|ht tUitrd In
thi* plate and attradnl church la*t sab
bath.
W. II. Tracy of Unkr'a Mill* ha*
open*d the *U>r* at thw place, and
nl hi* family Into Mi** Helen lUrtlett'a
rent.
Mr*, .\noie II. Ilrown I* »erv *kk.
l.illUn U. Kimball rloaed her achool
Wl •» llethel Krtdar, No*, J.
A thunder atorm No*. l»t.
IIROWNFttlD.
Mr* Thoma* N. KtUol Kartnlnjtlon,
Nil i« tUltln* frtrntl* In thU
•ii< I I fcrtimark.
Mr. *u«t Mr*. IJbbt have rvturtw«l
hiNiir (run Kn«r|*»rt.
Mot. II. Skkori U In town •rttllnf
n|» hi* t>u*ine*« preparatory to lr«tln(
for Anierit-a. Ilr lr«*.» \rw
\ • k ' V IIM ' N V : II." * !1! !, •
rrtura t»furr «prln(. Ill* family *111
•pmd thr vtntrr In An«lo**c. M »•».
Mr*. M. ! trad mi U tUlllu< her *ou
Alton. who li»r« In Ma*MihuM>tta.
Jik> i «>u*lna ha* rooted Into unr of
K. It. Itran'a bou*r*.
WIST fHVlBUHG
Mr*. llarrtH |*utnant. H'artl. ha*
toru «t*ltlng hrr »i»trr. Mr*. Kannlr
r
Mr*. Mhltrouih haa turn *topp)n(
with Mr*. Marv Walker.
Mr*. ICatxlall ami to# of IVrtland are
tUltlnf Mr*. Karrlnfton.
IV farmer* ar» dultif HH»r«- fall plow
ing than u*ual. owlo* to tbr Hoe wrath
er.
FRVtBURG CINTRt.
Karm^r* half oMnnrmwl plowing
•ud is In* rr»»«xl at rragr will U turnrd
om.
w . II. Howard hu f«rrn vWltlng old
tlror frWnd* and rrlatltr* In and around
Nr» M«rkrt. N. II
IJr». Mr. t'urf j, Ihr t>rr*idlug rld»r of
tkli dltlrkl. inx-apM tw pulpit of Ihr
tlartn»r M K thurvh 1**1 Xlihtth.
Jran and family httr moird
lbt«> thr Knight BuntWa.
"Itut k«kln lU-rt" llrrb Hurd U In
llartWtl In Ihr tmplojr of M*r»hall
Walk'
Kn»nk l»«vui*dr* twiluru trip l«»
Cortland !*•( »rrk.
« harlr* Abt«>tt bu rrvrntljr purvh**
nl a valuaMr hor*r uf Jran M'alkrr.
It Iwtki aa If th* CrpuhlUan* would
climb all MM tlx- Kn N Mil 111 !l.
Il>* Aitdrnijr ll« II for (ktotwr U an
i**ue that contain* nivch lntrrr*(lng
rmriln(, and a half-ton# pkturr of thr !
oilltort aixl hiitliiru u*n«(fr. It lack* J
nothing in drr** and printing and |
*ho«ld l># financially rncouragrd.
It Is Mid that lion. .\. I*. (I'irdoo will
•r* urr thr chairmanship of an Important
committer at thr mining •raaioii of thr
IrgUlaturr.
« hark* Karrlngton la *u|<rrintrt>dlng
!h< l.ulUIIng of *r«rral dwrlUltig hou*r*
it North « otmar.
Ihr wi*r ntrn of Krieburg rvldrntljr
■lid no* hrrd thr adtkf of DwnUfy
M> hrrn in a m-rnt i**ur of thr Mainr
Kartitrr; for tbrjr ha»r forrnrd a *tock
company and purcha*rd a ttallion naid
to hr luii«rtnl from Kranrr.
Mr*. Df. I'yruui It k-alnl in Port
land » hrrr *hr a ill prulkt hrr profra
•ion during thr wlntrr.
lurnr Humor ha* it that llridgton U
)u»t hugging lirr*rlf lmu«* a joung
man In that tUinlly ha* raptured thr
bnrt and hand of a fair daughtrr of
Krvrburg t 'mtrr. Thr toung man la to
br congratulated up« an unu*u*I
| amount of g*»*l *rn*r.
GftilNWOOO.
Oct. 31, 7 o'clock. P. v., *1111 warm
and i rain ttorrn Only
ih* froat lut tii< >nth atxl one (nr;« In
thi*. i t'DK n«'rth-ea»t, voung nun!
Millard Kmiuoua bat born falling In
Imlth for i number of year*. In cona,*
<M*wc» of overwork. and lui told tiU
| farm to *y I venter Cole. Ilia too Kml
will wTUpjr It fur th* preaent. Mr.
Kuim»n* belong* to a family of e Irtren
ihiidrm, nib*of about are still lltiug.
lie U unmarried and a aid.iaed alater
ha* been lu«|)ln( houa* for hint.
Hm* »rttrr had an Intarttew with a
voting lady mvntlr, «hu had alwaya
' Heed la town until two tear a ago, when
the motrd to H<>*tun with her parent*.
II* dkl not rtonnlit her at dr*t from
i th* fact that b*r f*»-r hail aaautU'sl th*
color of marble and lirr wal«t wa* mil
run. It larger round than a «part. Im
, proving on th«* aorka of nature, don't
' you «rr'
< apt. fc.<o» K. * o%ill. tiff aid little
boy, of CaaibiUl*, Mao., »rr» our
(unti laat »t*k. ami aaa born a
tailor, hka father and both grand*
fathera hating hern tea captain*. II* l«
J4 trari old and haa tntdi-lhrt# royagea
to the Ka*t Indie*, and mrnl to other
parta of tkt world; ao that he could tell
u* IOM prHty bard atorlea and bar*
' litem true at th* aam* tlm*. While on
liia flr*t voyage th* cook dt*d and waa
given an ocean burial, ami duMog th*
•evond on* of tit* trew, a Jiaede, Le
J ci me inaaae ami Jumped overboard la
th* night, and thu* burl**! hlmarlf. Mr*.
; Covlll aboaad ut a*veraI thing* h*-r
hu«baud bid brought born*. among
j tabb-b waa a *«t of jewelry, tit* br*a-t
plu britig tao tiger'a rLtwa, hI wllh
' tbelr Utaaa |i«gclher. tb*n fa»Uti*d al.b
I alit«r baoda ami ttudded alth garweta.
Hi# ear lead. arr*~<b« »lngle claw
trimmed la a aiiutLar maaure.
ThuratUr, Sfotr. I. "Aft#r si)t|la
auuabioe,** aa)l the motto, and it'a ao.
lb* atorm la ended, and again I be akjr
It blue and tie »rmp*raturr like #ep
tember. Balmy New England, Italy of
I America!
HEBRON.
II. A. Clubman and family ind A. M.
i:ivhanl*ou and f imlly «nl to Auburn
to attend tlM wedding of II. M. <'uah
man ud Ml** (isu. Mr. ud Mr*.
Cu*hmeoare now at bla fathers spend
ing the «ttk.
Mlaa (Irin nuui|tua vti bom# for i
dav; going back to her school Sunday.
Mr*, (urdalla Kverett ntr* an old
fathlonrd tan party Thursday afternoon.
Wm. A. Ford of Doaton Km been at
C. K. Trtpp'i thla wf«k. II* was n stu
dent In the academy under I lev. A. K. P.
Small ami hat been In the place occw
sloaally alnce, bla laat vlalt being In
KVt. II* tar* he ahoutd never recog
nise the place and but two bouaea In I be
|»lare. Heft Ulover'aand K. H. iMnhant's,
look at all aa at the time be waa here.
Mr. Ford baa been In the editorial rooma
of the Itoaton Tranacrlpt for about
thirty year*.
A. G. Howman baa been losing bla
bee* of late, and one night kept watch,
lie aaw a skunk (» to the hive# and
acratch to dlaturb them, and when they
came out he ate them. Mr. Itowman
haa alnce killed three akunka and
hope* to save the reat of bla heea. C.
■AST WATIKFOKD.
Mr. and Mr*. Ira Johnson bar* return
ed from Maaaacbu*etta, where they have
lieen visiting relatlvea.
Mr. and Mr*. William I'. Knightly
a|>ent la*t week In Itoaton.
■ B, Hall la building • new ell, under
which he haa dug a cellar. Irving Frost
ami l»*»ld F1«»«hI are doing the atone
work, and M. II. Warren the carpenter
work.
Fred hllgore la patting In aome hard
work In the Held oi>po*lte hit hou*e
clearing It from t>ouldera.
tieorge (iray ha* hullt a front on hla
ell. It I* a great Improvement.
Kva M. John*on la vlaltlng In tavell
and Itrldgton.
Two huntera fn>ru Huston are staying
at II. keen's.
WIST Bl T Mfc _
No new* of great Importance thla
twk.
tHher* iuav have bear atoriea to brat
tln»*e of Uat *irk. hut I haw not. In
fact, I fee I rather inalgnlftcant ao tar a*
thoao *toriea go. In three *core year*
and ten I have never teen a hear at large,
although I own a hack paalure with an
orchard In It. where, according to
othera, hear* (to congregate, and near
ahk h report mM tern were foraging
Mi other*' fruit. H'hen I went to pick
mv at>t>le« there waa nothing to remind
■M - f Mother HuM>ard and her dog, for
the fruit waa all I here and narr a hear
The a* h<*o| In the village rioted la*t
week. According to re|*irta the school
ha* heen a auc -e*a. Mlaa Kimball, the
teacher, haa »*en ijulte |«>|>ular with
(•areata and *cholar*.
S. W. ISitter, Kaq.. called on your
ctirre*|Hin«lent last week.
I"he bora hrreaN>uta are gathering In
<iulte an aunKint of amall game.
NOMTHWUT itTHfL
Herman llennett ha* gone to liorhun,
N il . to a«*l*t hla brother *>am a while
In the harher *hop.
I» W. I*ratt and family hare gone to
Mie for I he «later. Mr. Pratt haa
a H»h In the wimhI*.
I*n»f. and Mr*. H'lght leave the flr*t
of thla month for a tri|» to Arooatook.
the garden of Maine, where they eipect
to reap, not "garden aaaa" hut golden
reward* for the know ledge of mualc the*
Intend lm|»artlng to thoae wlahlng to
learn.
tieorge and Khen chapman went to
llerlln the |«t.
Mr*. <>eorge Murphy haa gone hack
over the river to live.
HARTFORD
IHed. October ;Mh, Madlaon J. Ku*
•eil, aged about •«»» )ear*. Mr. Iluaaell
haa heen In feeble health for aome time.
Hi* lo*a In the vl« Inltv In which lie lived
will be much frit, lie waa a man of
atrict Integrity, *ound judgment and
gixid hu*lneaa ability. Aa a town otTlcer
he waa unlveraallr liked, lie leave*
many frienda who deeply aympathl/e
with the bereaved family.
»Julie a nuni'*r of farmer* In tlte town
are aelllng their applea.
Italph Morrill haa added to hia atock
of gtMMla a large lot of readv made cloth
ing which he ofTera to aell at a very
• mall profit.
i i
WEST PARIS.
The young people of thla town will
hold a atniable at Ma*onlc Hall on Fri
day evening, Novt-mher <nh, under the
auapice* of the I*. O tJ. C, In connec
tion with the entertainment there will be
a book party. All dealring to do ao are
requested to wear upon their dieaa aome
ornament or aymhol representing lite
title of *ome book, Inuring the evening
there will he an apron aale, ami refresh
ment a will be aerted. All are curdlally
Invited.
RUMFORD.
Kugeoe liarker of l»akota la at hla fa
ther'*. Kllaa Itaiker'a. Mr. Itarker went
w«*t NNfll veara ago, engaged In farm
ing. a fid not liking aa he expected aold
out and It la aald lie will now make hla
home In one of the eaatern atatea.
Holland Kaatman recently aaw two
beara In Mr*. Mabel Thom|»*on'f orchard.
Mra. Kaatluati haa gone to New llam|»
•hlre to care for her daughter who la
dangeroutly III.
^ylveater, of llryant'a l*ood, la doing
the finishing of it', W. .Htetena' new
bouae.
The Martin place haa been aold to
l*elano Itrothera and they luve moted
in.
HIRAM.
t»n Saturday *everal ladiea met at the
Spring achoul houae and completed a
nice ijuilt for Mra. KUaa i.ould, who*e
gooda were burnt in the apring. In the
evening the gentlemen arrived and
brought hole* containing aupper, each
one aharlng hla aupper with the lady
named In the hoi. Yarioua aiuuaementa
were then enjoyed and we then adjourn
ed to Mr. Kll C. tiould'a, where good
mualc waa furnUhed on the organ by
Mlaa Annie Moulton of Hiram and Mia*
i lark of« ortilah. Mr. Kugene Amea of
«>k»w began played on the harp wlnulng
much applauae, aa did the ladiea.
Mr. Voae of Portland waa In town
Monday to run the line between the
railroad and t»eorge It. Ilean'a mill lot.
Me«ara. Aliuon Young, Jobu < 'lark and
Kugene K. Stanley are at>pralalng tlie
Urge eatate of tlte late Caleb C. t lemon*.
ROXBURV.
Nearly *11 il»« iw«t Iwre la rm 11 road
Dew a.
The «<>rk of ii»H«truitU»o U l«elng
|>u*hed ill iluo( tin* llu«.
'I"brr*i It i bl| jult at lUn-ky Hill be
low I.. II. Itffd'a mill. H * III I* •
wlnter'a job to go through the ledge.
A ttrtiu rnflor and other heavy ma
chinery *re Already on the ground and a
crew of two clearing off the )oo*e atone.
Bv the grading of the railroad Jim
IrUh U entirely cut off front getting to
til* Arid aero** the river.
NEWRv!
lira. John Katne* hat been tick for
twn *«rk*.
Orrln F«»*ter la hauling apple* to
Bethel. lie U *hl|>plog thetn to Berlin,
II.
J. II. Farrarl* at work for John Cool*
Uige flnWhlu* room* In hUell part.
[)ennl* Kllgore haa moved the |io«t
orth-e to lViplar Tavern, lie la to run the
houae for the enaulng year, M. A. Kame*
having moved out.
The cider niilla which have beeo run
ning full blaat for a number of weoka
are about ready to cloaa up operation*.
WIST 5UMNIR. 7
II. T. lleath U at work forT. II. Lunt,
Buckfleld.
C. M. Packard wanta aome good
chickena.
Mrs. Mary Freeman remtlna about the
aame.
Fletcher I'arlIn haa moved from tim
ing to J. A. Xoye*\
u I.. lleath l« Improving.
William T. Donney haa Anlahad haul
ing lumber to Mouth Park.
Tleavy thunder ahower October 31a.
C. K. Handy la up In the lake region.
Howard Brother* aell largo quant)Una
of guoda In their line. Mr. Howard la
on a trip up to the lakna.
C. M. B la bee alaughtered a porker
November lit that dreaaed 410 poutda.
Mlaa M. J. Cummlnga la to teach
lt.'lfc>ol In Sumner the coming winter.
Mr*. U J. «lnrney made a flying trip
to Kumford Kail* ooo d*v l*«t wow.
Mr. Horaco Farm ou • nleo m«
Jtorw. It Ian beauty.
BITHtL
Married. November lit, by Rtr. Mr.
FVkea, Mr. Morton Abbott and Mln
Kellto dwell, both of Ureenwood.
Mr. Bart Brrail, a fnmwr Bethel boy,
to visiting frieoda la thto vicinity.
A chicken pie tapper will be Mreed la
the I'alversaltot chapel Wadenday
evening. laiereetloc paa will follow.
Admission 5 ceata. Sapper JO centa.
A larce number of the young people
atteoded Ihf academy sociable regardleae
of tba rain Wodneeday evening. Ao en
tertainment committee rboeea for the
occaaloo made the time mm pleeaantly.
(Hm joker or more celebrated the last
night In October la a Fourth of July
•tyle. Thursday morning IVklni'bar
ber shop sod Hyaot'i m«at market were
dwontud with strip* of burlap. dry
Koodi boxes, cord wood and baodlai of
feoclng wire from Brown'i hardware
atora. |»«rt of • woodpile near the
chair finishing ahop waa also piled ap oa
the aldewalk. %
BUCKFIELD.
Mrs. Ilardy of North Paris and her
daughter, Mrs. Merrill.of Itumford Falls
were In town laat week.
IV second lecture In the course to
young nwu was delivered at the Baptist
church t»w Pastor Lawrence Sunday
evening, tWtober M, to a rood audience.
Oeorge M. Atwood and wife were la
town Mooday, the tHh alt.
Mr*. Kmllr Olenaon of IVrry I* visit
In* at Mr*. W. W. Itacon'e.
Oaatloe Spauldlng and wife of Cape
Kllaabeth w«* In town thto week.
Mr*. C. A. Allen haa hern i|ulte III
fmm an Injury received In falllnjt while
In Cape KlUaU th recently.
Mr*. Mary Hreaerof Portland I* visit
ing her sister. Mr*. C. A. Alton.
I»r. O. It. Hall to falling gradually
and to nearly stghtle**.
Carlton i.ardner has purchased the J.
C. Fuller stand and haa commenced the
work of chaage and renovation.
Natlooal Hank Kxamlner C. P. Hatch
has purvhaaed the Horace Morrill stand
and I* remodeling U Into a modern
structure.
A. F. Warren and wife vtoltod friends
at Itumford Fall* thto week.
The IU|tflst Circle met with Mri. O.
II. llrrsi T last Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Mary I- Blshee Is taklag lessons
In vocal culture at the Malae Conserva
tory of Music.
K. V l*rinee and wife retaroe«l from
New York Friday, Mr*. Prince being
•tulle III.
Mrs. Wm. It. Sewall of Humner has
been keeping house for Mrs. F. P. With
Ington during her visit to New York.
I aw re nee (turner has so far recovered
from his ttroken arm that he return
ed to Hebron Academy Monday, < Mober
3".Hh.
Mr*. It. C. Jewett visited friends In
the village the past week.
Mrs. Sidney Spaaldlng to suffering with
a serious affection of her left arm.
T. S. Itrtdgham. has returned
fn«n a reunion of hla regimental officer*
held In |W>ston last week.
MVtBURO.
Uranvllle Austin of Boston spent Sun
dav In tnw ti
I»r. S. C. tiordon was In the iilatv
Tuesday.
The ladle* of the Congregational
Society gave a supper and entertainment
at the vestry Thur*dav evening.
An Interesting meeting of the C. I.. S.
C. was held at Mrs. l<ocke'i Monday
evening. One of the beat numbers on
the program was a map study of Itoman
Britain by Miss Hastings.
Mrs. F.. K. Hastings was In Portland
last week.
Mls« Mattel Morgan has returned
from Brooklyn, N. Y.
Itev. II. N. Htone and family are home
from Massachusetts.
Mr*. II. S. McKenney and daughter
have gone to Portland for the winter.
Mr. N. C. Brown and family, who
hate l>eeu at the Oxford, have gone to
New York.
Ml** l^ntlsa lloyce has returned to
Miss Abby Page's.
The funeral service* of the tote F.beo
Weeks were held at his re*ldence on Frt
dav afternoon.
Mr. Henry A. Coolldge died at his
home In Washington. I». C.. Oct. .11,
after a short lllnea*. Age, 73 years.
Ilia widow to Mra. Jane Frye Coolldge.
»ho Is a native of this town and whose
many friends In this vicinity are pained
to hear of her t>ereavement. Mr. C«m|
Idge s|*ent the past summer In Fryeburg.
IOVIU.
The »t<»rr uf \lr. John M. Karrlngton,
with the |n»t| office. at Centre l>o*ell,
»u burn«*l Friday morning. Ciutf un
known. I*»«s on building and (lock
about Insured for t£Vii
A fslr delegation attended the Congre
gational conference at llarrtaou Wed
nesday and lliursday.
Itrt. II. K. Karnham and wife have
arrived home from their vacation.
I »r. K. J. Noyr* ha* gone oo a trip to
Itumford. I^wlston and iKbfr place*.
Itr*. I>««Id Chambrr* has aold hit
iKirtrlo I tiarlr* llartlrtt of Slotirham
The rem sins of Sir. Jamea II. Martin,
a former resident of thla town, were
brought lien- for Initial Tueaday. They
was ar«i>mpanlrd bjr two member* of
Ihr Masons and two of the Son* of Vet
erans, and by hla wife and two children
with hi* brother* and a aUter. Tlie
funeral took tdace at the Christian
charrh, attended by llev. l\ S. Young
of Fnetmrg. Th* floral oflerluga were
lu great abundance and very line; being
furnished by tlie aoclrtlet of which he
waa a m«-mber, and alao by rrlatlvea and
frtrnd*. He died from dlarwae of tin*
heart from which he had aufTered for
j tome time.
CAST BMOWNFICLO.
Mr. and Mr*. W, II. Stlckney gave
thrlr many friend* In llrownltelda pleaa
ant surprise by coming bomr for a few
daya. They return to Andover thl*
week.
Mr*. Sarah Sanborn la (pending a few
daya with her daughter, Mr*. (I. M.
iSanboru.
Mr. Jamea It. Kill, who haa been alck
of ttphold fever, I* recovering,although
unable to alt up.
Mra. C. I). Feaaenden haa tonallltla.
Her daughter. Mlaa Id* Feaaenden, la
taking cure of her.
north«uckfTild~~
Mra. I>r. C. II, (ilbba and her two
daughtera are lu our place flatting.
X. Maaon la at hi* aon'a, A. K. Ma
sou'a.
I lew Id llrothera have been repairing
their mill.
Klmer Austin'* children are having
acarlet fever.
Jaaon Mitchell ha* moved back to hla
old place.
Hill llUbee and Charlea Collin liave
flnlshed threshing for Jamea Ilk-knell.
Married, In Huckfleld, < October iWh,
Wm. C. Illahee and Mabel Damon, both
of Huckfleld.
NORWAY LAKE.
I»r. Harelton and wife went to New
Hampshire U»t week and will vltlt Bov
lon before their return.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurtce Bowker are to
move on to George llobba' farm for the
wlntrr.
Prank Oreeoe U up at the Outre at
work for Fred Poater.
lira. Webster Kllfore It quite tick
with eclat Ic rhrumatUm.
David Hood la at work atoning a cel
lar for 4. H. llall of Waterford.
Harry Wood and wife went to Ilarrl
eou Sunday to vlalt J. C. launder* and
wife.
There waa an ovater aupper aod dance
on Froat lllll In t>avld Flood'* old farm
houae Thuradajr night.
NORTH PARIS.
America Andrew* and wife bare been
vl*ltlng their ton, Wallace Andrewa, In
Cortland, returning October 30th.
Two membera received the 3d and 4th
degree* at the Grange October 17th;
two new application* and two demit
card* from two member* who with to
join thl* Grange weru alto received.
I Mr*. Ida fuller brought Mr*. Gray, n
lady ttu year* old, to g. II. Andrewa'
October iwh. lib* formerly lived nt
South l*arl».
K. Churchill aod wife went to Bethel
October xnb, returning the nest day.
They report Calvin B la bee who ha* been
tick *ome time aa being bettor.
Mra. IxmiIm Sopher tad Mr*. Abble
Waahburn have gone to Mloot to vlalt
relative*.
Mr. McCorrlaon of Portland Halted
hi* grandmother, Mra. Dtaatha Pallor,
October *-».
John ButtertUld hat bought a yoke of
pfaa of Porter Steam.
OKNMARK.
Mlu Mild railBeoo la quit* alck with a
fever il her auot'a la Hiram.
Mr. Arthur IVrtter la with hU daughter
la BrowatUld tod U reported a* very
•k<k.
Mr. Waatoa of Portland U apeodlog a
f»w weak*' vocation haw and U Hopping
al Dm lUrtlett IIoum.
W. I*. Joaea tut returned boat* after
a year'e ibtnci la New York aod Klin*
chuaetta.
Mr. fnd Hmlth hM (on* to Portland
making cana for Daratum A Morrill.
The ma| people of thl* place have
formed a temperance naloa, aod m»*t
mry Saturday •▼•aloe al A. II. With*
am'* parlor*.
A heavy thaader ahower paaaed over
thU place Wtdondir evening, October
31 it.
OXFORD.
Rev. Mr. Mlddletoa hat returned from
llo«ton aomewhat Improved la hmlth.
I>r. F»uw* U falling. Ill* brother
Horace from Minnesota U here.
Ml** Itaker. i former resident, l« vlalt*
log friend* here.
(Jeonre ller*ejr hM Cone to llo«ton.
MIm Culie* was able to return to her
home on Thursday.
Klder Whitman baptised lire j»r*on*
on Sundar at the pond Dear \ eaton'a
grove. Meeting* are held each evening
at Knglne llall.
Mr*. Itrown haa gone to Maaaarhu*
•etta to atteod the funeral of her brother.
SWftDftN.
W. S. Small of Karmlngton waa In
towo la«t week Ixirlag apple*. He
Ukea them to Italtlmore ami Detroit.
Mr. Small haa handled the applea of
thla section for aeveral year* and tlie
farmer* are well aatlifled wlthhla deal*
lac*.
Frank Durgln la patting up a »hed In
whli-h to atore hi* corn fodiler.
WInfield Steven* gate* to Ma*aachu*
aetta thl* wrek to vl*lt hla brother In
Haverhill and contemplate* having an
operation performed on hla hand.
Mr. and Mr*. Keuhen Djrer of Sehago
are at 0* f, Saander*'.
Morrell Jewell and wife have gone to
houaekeeplng In the Wm. Bennett hou*e.
A MUCH-TRAVELED YOUNG MAN.
Mr. Frank f. Frailer, o( lloople,
Walah County, North Oakoia, has t<wn
visiting K liner A. Frailer of l.»«i
Sumner recently, and ■ few Item* wo
ivrulng the family way be of Interest to
•mm of jrour reader*.
Mr. Frailer ha* bwn traveling nearly
three years. hailnf I**# In forty-three
•tatea ami one territory, (I'tah. lie
• jirnt thirty-lite Jar* at the world's fair,
and haa visited many of the principal
|>lac« of Interval In the l ulled Males,
lie haa visited many natural curiosltle*.
unoug litem one cseern ulne mllea long,
the natural bridge In Virginia, ami sever
al of the wonderful giant trera lot all
forula. lie once stood on Olacier Point
and looked down ;IJ>*» feet. One of
those huge treea « a* .!» fei-t In diameter
and *■» feet up to the Aral llmli. Ilia
guide Informed hint that the limb waa «.
feet In diameter and that the whole In*
was fert long, lie Imught him a
pony which lie rwde In his travels t<»»
tulle*, sleeping at night on a blanket on
the ground. A* Mr. Frailer weigh*
>»*er Jilt |H>und*, It made sulflt lent bal
lad to keep the |«ont from but klllg.
Mr. Frailer la 31 years of age, a pho
logra|»her by profession, and spends hi*
time In traveling to see the curious and
wooderful. t »n his way to Maine, at
Philadelphia, he purchased a bicycle and
nale It all the way to West Mluot, where
a heavy rain aet In, and he took tlte train
for Itumford Fall*.
It I* very Interesting to hear hla de
scription* of places that he has visited.
There Is enough that I* grand, wonder
ful and sublime to tie seen In our own
pountrr and Mr. Frailer I* storing hi*
inlnd with scenes and Incident* that
memory will delight to revel In.
Ills father, Thomas Frailer, formerly
resided In Kangeley, Maine, leaving that
place about twenty-eight \r*rs ago, to
*erk his fortune In tlte "Wild We*t."
lie flrst lived In Montana, then Minne
sota. wliere hi* famllv joined him. but
flnallv settled In the Ked Itlver Valley,
North lukota, being among the Aral
*rltlera In that locsllty. lie (milt a •<«l
bouse, tixik up government land, raised
large crops of grain, prospered and was
XMHI able to l>ulld a giNHl set of build
ings, and with his large f«mlly live com*
fortablr.
The itesl Itlver Vallev Is from .VI to 7.1
mlh-« wide ami »>• mll« a long and ls a
great wheat-growing place. Mr. Fra
iler'* folks have raised this year Mlttt
l»u*liel* of wheat, !»•*■» bushels of bar*
lev and 1 •*»■* busliels of oats, making
run bushel* of grain alone. Wheal
*tarted In at i-l cents |ier t>u*hel, which
will at that price enable one to live,
pru*|>er and go a-vlsltlng. iMermlned
Iierseverance ami wise ecitnumy haw for
iliu succeeded In securing a comtietency.
Stlck-to-lt-a-tlve-neas generally wins.
HLiN't N.
LETTER FROM KENTUCKY.
OAKLKT, KTm brt.fl, IVI|.
Itrutorrul:
Again has the fair aoll of laurel
County been stained with human blood.
On Sundajr evening, Oct. 7, W. It. Staple
ton and Wo. Metcalfe became Involved
In a personal difficulty at l.lly, In which
Metcalfe received knife wounds from
which he died the nest dar. It Is
thought that Mapleton was justified In
killing Metcalfe.
Our autumn term of circuit court,
three weeks seaalou, adjourned last Sat
urday. The grand jury returned It* In
dictments -one foi murder, three for
malicious stabbing, and ooe for graud
larceoy.
(Julte ao Interest la being taken In
the congressional race In this, the
Kleventk Congressional IHstrlct of
Kentucky. A primary waa held In |iart
of the count lea of thla district on *"pt.
Hth, but waa proixMinced Illegal. The
Itepubllcan candldatea were < ol. Silas
Adams of Casey County. I>avtd li. Col
son of Itell County, ami John li. White
of Clay County. The latter died an In
junction In the circuit court of Adair
County, restraining the holder* of the
ballot bote* from allowing anr election
to be held In any of the countle* of this
district. Colson declared himself the
nominee of the Itepubllcan party, but
when It had been determined that the
primary wa* Illegal, a convention was
field at Somerset and Adams waa nomi
nated amid tumultuous applause. Col.
Adams ha* recently died an Injunction
In the circuit court of Adair County, en
joining and restraining the county court
clerks of all the countle* In the district
from printing or causing to be printed
the name of I>avld G. Col son on the bal
lot* to be used In the electioo to be held
November Oth.
Hon. George K. Stone of l toun
t v waa nominated «« the I>emocratlc
candidate fur congreaa In thU dlatrlct.
There were Ave candidate*, tod It re
quired twenty-one ballot* to make tbe
nmn I nation.
Kverybody la buar Catherine corn,
digging potatoea, aoJ otherwlae prepar
ing for winter.
It aeema that the |teon|e of thla vicinity
are having more than their ahare of pro
tract *1 meeting*. 11m MethodUta—
South—have been preaching at Kaat
Iternatadt, two mile* aouth of thla place,
for three week*. About ality addltloua.
At Mount Olive, two mllea north of
here, the MethodUta— North— have been
holding a •'cyclone'* for nearly two
weaka. The "cyclone" claim* about
alitr>flva addition*. Service* were brld
at all different churvbea, all near thla
place, laat Sunday.
CoiKRACKkH.
A Cortland young lady loet her watt h
In going to the Wland ateamer and dla>
covered he? loaa In a peculiar way. She
had It faataoed to her dreaa la a way
women have of waarlag watcbea by
tneana of a pin. Aa aha atarted down
the wharf aha felt the pin drop on her
band and looked for ina watch. It waa
gone, and ahe retraced her ateps, feeling
the attempt would be u*e|e*a. A heavy
t«am waa paaalng Commercial Stmt,
and aa aha atarted forward after It
paaaad, there In Ita track lay the watch.
It had fallen lato a crevice between the
pavementa and the team bad paaaed
over It without Injuring It, while aome
mod had broken Ita fall. At leaat a
doaeu people had walked over It without
•eolng It, and It waa ual^orad by tba
fall. That young lady la now putting
watch pocketa In all bar draaaea.
Tba popular and brilliant vouag Port
land preacher, Rev. Matt S. tlufhoa, haa
racalvad a call to CUteac*
MAIN! NEWS NOT IS.
A mag of Imjr burglar? ha* bm ar
rMM la I*wlaton, and eight boya frora
I to If 7ear* of age ha?r been hound
over on the charge of breaking nod en
tering several atorea on IJabon Htroet.
The boya were ao young that they did
not wen to realise In any degree the
enormity of the olfcnee or the diagram
which attached to It. Hall «ai Used al
Ifll each, but the boya were allowed to
go In charge of I let. Kr. Mothon. who
nude hlmaelf personally responsible for
their appearance at the January tern uf
court. They will remain In U»e Ilealy
asylum untU wanted In court.
A tramp named Lawrence Keegan waa
found hanging by hla handa and feet
between two Maine Central freight can
at the upper Maine < entral depot, l*w
Won. while the Cortland train waa be
ing made up at midnight Tneeday
night. Ilia feet were both caught be
tween the bumper* and crushed? lie
waa removed to the platform and the
patrol wagon celled. A physlclsn
found that he had no broken honea,
though the flesh waa torn about hla
feet, lie waa taken to the hospital. He
clalma to belong In Ithode Island. but
will not give the name of the town.
The body of a man waa found Satur
day morning, the tfth, on Hie Boston
anil Maine I tall road opposite < fc-ean I'ark.
lie had evidently been struck by a train
and killed. It waa Earned that the man
waa Moaea llusheeof Richmond, (Quebec.
He and hla wife were traveling to Hid
deford. At Portland h» »ent out to buy
some tobacco, leaving Ills ticket with his
wife. Ilefore he gut back to the station
the train had gone. A« his wife had hla
ticket end lie had spent his la*t dim* for
tobacco he started out to walk to Hid
ileford, and It Is sumiosed was walking
on the railroad and waa struck by a
train.
G.
Sea bird* nn»«t be unutually plentiful
at lUr Harbor, If •• «rr in judge by the
record of J30 *hot In on* forenoon there
by « party of wvfn • port* men.
About the proudeat boy In Main# at
I'fwwt la Fred llardUon of Franklin,
agfd 13 jmti. While on hla way to tbf
malur* after ro«i one afternoon recent*
If, he a«w a deer, the flrat lire one tie
had ever *een. lie had a fan loaded for
partridge thoollng with him, which he
fired at the animal, killing It.
The deer are reported aa eu-eedlngly
familiar Ihla fall. A Hmoktnn young
man while out hunting fur deer, found
one to hla *ormw, lie waa walking
along, not thinking of hla deerahlp,
whrn he rrcelred a rrmluder lu the lower
region of I lie back. lu the aouabMe hla
hat waa torn In piece*, jret he did not
think to ua« hla guo.
The aportaman, no matter wliat kind
of a guu he carrtea, haa no ei«u*e
for returning from a day** hunt emoty
handeil. Mnall game la fairly awarmlng
lu the wood* all over the atate. tiray
*<iulrrel« haven't tieen plenty for
rear*, aud coitna are mi thick that the
farmer* complain of their depredation*
In their coru Held*. They are rrry fat
and nice.
Two hunter* In upper |Vnob*cot, who
were after letter game, were confronted
by a big m<M»«* the other day. and con
cluding to take adranlage of the op|«>r
tunlty, *hot at and wounded the animal.
With blood In hi* eye the monarch of
the Maine wood* charged them, hut al«
though frightened nearly out of their
•en«e*. they managed to drop him when
but a rod away. When the ett (lenient
waa orer I hey were mi weak they o»uld
•cmrrely aland, and neither of them care*
lo rejiewt the ei|>erlence thl* >ear.
A •itortanun waa m-entlr wen going
Into the Main# wnoda with ■ full *ult
made »f ilfrr *kln. II* had the imprea
•km that h» waa going to dwltf the
ilerr that way. An old hunter admon
I •!»•*«! hi III that the deer um> their roam
ta «f|| at their hn, ami furthermore.
Ilut If he «rut Into the wood* la thai
rig Ih* other hunter* would t<e likely to
l>uncli that deer akin full of holeawlth
their hullrta. Too uwny huntera g<>
upon the i>rltK Iplr. "Hboot twice and
then look.'
STRANQCLV SAVfO FROM DEATH.
A Ifrmmmlt* ri*«*allM mt .tnanl»aMeat Ii
■ <>(Wbll»|
A crowd of wllimwd a alngu
|ar arrii« |mt»' tin* other iiit>lit, lo whlfh
a man'a llfi» ww «inl after ai botiI a
fwhl. n aa c*er any wriur <>f fiction baa
evolved. !Ufo Hliafft r, a well known
«fMirtiiik niaii, waaaeated In • gambling
m1o«ii talking to a friend, who bad only
lately c«»iii« Ihto froai Ibniaal. HhafTer
wan telling hla companion of a ijunrn l
that h«* had with another %ian aU-ut
town, whom ho au*j»<*t«*l of being
aU»ul to mako an attempt on hla life.
Aa ho waa api«klnt( th« wuteni man
aadileoly interrupted him with iheMu«»
tiou, "Hay. Miaffer. do you retnemlwr
?oar old l«ualueae aa a telegraph opera
tor V
Shaffer, wb«K It aeetua, had followed
thla trade brforw going west, hmked aur
prlant, l>ut anawered that ho did.
"Well, yuu know, It's a very ta»y
thing forgot ta-u. Now, I will bet you
ran't tell me what I am going to tick
oat here aa thla table."
The eaata-rn man then took a pencil
from hia pocket and la-gan to tick off a
miaNW which, aa be flnUhed. cauaed
ihaffi'f to spring haatlly from hia aeat,
drawing, aa he did a^ a revolver from hia
pia ket, which he throat ahrnwt in the
faco of a man who had betei atandlng in
tho lit Kir of tlx* aaloon, ami who had
juat covered him with hia piatoL Thai
two nmi glarvd at each other, ami theu
BhafT* r aaid calmly:
•'Better put up your weapon, Smith,
unlet* you want to ahoot It out with ma
here. I hare got tho drop on you aa
moch aa yoa on me. "
Hmith twaitated and then replied
that ho would pat np hla piatol if hhat
far would and oouaented to lewve the
qawtiiiu Iwtween them to the arbttra
tlotl of tnuttml frieuda. Shaffer agreed
to the arhltratiou plan, aa It aeenia U4h
men hail their reaaona foe not lotting
the taaM of tho had blond between
them In known to the public. Hmith
then left, ami Hhaffer thanked hla quick
wlttcd friend fur the aervloea ho bad
rendered him. The meaaage tha oaat
ern man hail rapped oat waa aa followa:
"If yoor enemy la a dark complex
looed man, with a booked uoeo ami a
pear on the left cheek, ho baa Juat eu
tervd thoaaluon am! haa hia hand on hla
piatol pocket If yoa fear treachery from
him, more quickly, or he'll hare the
drop <>n yoa I am unarmed, ao that I
cannot draw for yoa. Draw now, aa be
haa hla piatol oat, and onlaaa yoa are aa
quick aa lightning ha will have yoa."
Hhaffer'e keen ear caught the warda,
am! bo acted at ooco aa them, aa haa
hem abown. HI* wheeling ao suddenly
about oo Smith took that gentleman ao
by aurprlae thai be waa compelled to
back down.—Ilaatinga(Neb.)Cor. Phil*
adi Ipbia Times.
IMk at a raiaea tafkatka Uawaar.
Mrt Lyno Htepbena, wboaa faltera!
In England took place recently, had ao
completely outlived her celebrity that
aha doea not And a place in "Men and
Women of tho Time," yet when the
orntury waa yuuug the name of Mile.
Du rem ay uaa a bouaebold ward, am!
the author of the "Jngoldaby Legeoda"
puta into tha mouth of Lortl Tomnoddy
frhrq gddruaal ng' "Tiger Tim'' tha warda:
Matllirae'a AtmI.
Dannar'aM,
T^llaal haMHantH la bar riaai
Tim Ttaa, eoaw Ml ma tiw,
Whrt aay a antilwaaa lad ta&>T
Durcrnay, the dancer, dying at It,
haa aunrtTed Mall bran, the ainger, AN
yeara. Tha fanner married Mr. Lyna
Htcphena, a wealthy man, who left bar
a Ufa interest la hla aaat ta Norfolk and,
alao moat of hia property. 8bo •urrired
hla over 80 yeara. Mm Lyut-Stephen*
alao had a rmldeooe at Roehampttai,
where aba took A deep Interest Is the
oonvaut
J. A. T.AMBE,
TO
«. M. MUTRR,
n Market H<|., HOITII PA IMS, ME.,
Kwpa » fell Dm ml
Groceries, Dry Goods, Psper
Hangings, Carpets,
Piifttl, Oil I, LiiMi Hair ud Camtnl.
CALL AND SB* U«.
R«41m mt AmIckh mt Ma lnpalalBMl.
AS imtoM. I* llw l »«M; t.f o«r..rl t*l
•Ui* «f Malar. Um ink -U» of itrt , I mm
Tto m. i« u r» i.» i(im m4lf« »f bU »f
MlMMMrt M AHtfM* of UM I ••oil ml Mbtf uf
trams "Tami.bY •* iNsiHi.ii Milt txiMr »r
llllaftl, iMrftNl MM, who to* ImuMM
limlirtl U|mm kl« |«4Hki« l>» Ikt I.KWt mt ||
•ulirtr j for mM I "Ml? »f I'lM
JollV M TRAftB. AmKm.
TilK wktnlWr Ikrrfi.r f«Mi Mk«
IkM ImImi Iwva ilalr a|i|»>liilr<l |.y Ito ll.m.*
aM» Jwigm of I'mI«I« for 11 r ■ vflliM,
•ml munti»l UwlnHt mt A>lal«lMral»r of Ik
M MM TWITCIIBLI.. tola of fart*.
In a*l I I ...ml.. 1.- . I.» *ti la* t- I *• Ihr
law illr*r«*i to Ihrrrtora r».i»M|i all p«r»*a
l..||..|l.i'fl«lr..|MM <W*I I i Btkr
hMMlWf |«r»»a4, m4 Dkm wW.i ktit U)
ilrmaa-lt IkMKN to llklMl til* MUM to
«M. I«. IMM. JAMB* P TWITS IllCl.t.
TW Mbtnlhtr i.. rri.i (tin i .t i .1.- m41.. u.*i
ll« I a. ' • . II •IwlV a, f II t. I lij III* II II J»l«*
• if lr- .'.all. for Ito I I» iifllllurl.Mil tHIIW
r>l Ito IntM of K««r«tov ml Ito Mlto of
it».olU«r. riTi II. Mr «f lllraa.
liatklnxiMT.iWMWil, lif fllllf l..«.| »a Ito
law illiraU, to Itorafuca ifcfci all i »r ~ .«• la
I. l it I l.i IK. hIM* of a*» l lUvawl |.i Ml* Im
a I. | « i i. ■ n|. a it I llM* « h I ... «I. > ||*
■Mill til to •« Willi Ito MM Iti
lire, IM*. imm. joiiw r rits it.
Tlta wWflNrf barat-r fttaa pulittr n.4lor IM
kM hwi ilaly inalkltil by Ibr llMHmlilr
J»lp of I "rot-air fi»r IW I kiii.ii ii| ihlurl Mil
mm«I IW IhmI •( AilmliMrtlrti ■>( Um aa
Ul9 of
A Alt"* J AIIII'iTT. Uk of KI M fi >KI>.
!■ Ml'I l uWll, ilmtwil, by |1*ll| lattfl M Ihr
law .llrwrta. aha rr»i »rM« all |»m»m
la»lat<a»l !■» IW mal» "I «afcl 'WnwiI la auk*
lataar>llalr |4I mral, aa-l Ibnar «lw bat* *ay ila
maa-la lkm<« to fiklMI IK» Mm In
• M 1Mb. l-«4 i'I.IU II Hll I.IM.II AM_
OKPiiRI*. m — Al a I «»urt of Proiata ball al
Parta, wllbla «nl fur Iba imalr uf Hi
f«f»l. um Iba Ulnl Tm*U; of ibl. A. I"
UM.
R l> AMIRKWI, A<lml*Ulral<>r ..a Um
Mala of I.KVI AMlKKH* lata af
Parta. la a*bl I ••««!». 'branal, batla# l"»
aralol bW amiaal uf a-lmlaMraU<>a uf Ihaaa
Uta of •»l l 'larpaaa I for allow aara
lllMRIIi, Tkal Iba Mi l A>ln>lalMr*|or git a
Mb* la* all lalaraatail. by rawlaa a royy
of tbla uplar In la |>uMlabr>l Ibrra *frka Mar.
raaalirlr la Uta Olfonl IVa.»r*l |>rtat»>l at
Parta, tHal lhr» mar a|>i*ar »l a I'Mlala I ourl
In la brbl al Parta, In a«M loualy, na Iba tblrl
TaaaU) of V* aril, al alar u'rbvk lb Iba
foarawiat, aal a bow ■ aw, If aa j iba; bat*, wbf
Uaa Miaa aboabl a. 4 I* illuwal.
liRatROR A. WIIJUiK, Ja<t«a.
A Uiaarway M»a« —
ALHRKT U. PARK. Ua*tairr
«l\niR|i, aa -Al a < ••urt of Pr»< tlr hrH all
Part*, alltila a»t for Ibr 1 i«inly of txforl aa
Iba tblrl Ttar*lar nf «kr| , A l» 1—4
I barw • II |ia«U, I'lailaUlralnr »ai li.r »a
lalw Of Mil IIM"M» l»*\l«, lata of i.raftI
la Mbl nmaU, itwaaant, batlag m—Hi blal
an natal of a>laalala|raMua »f Iba fcaialr af m"
'Imaml for tM.>« **• a
uai tam, That >ul * liar <t»r ».<W of
tba Mlnr |o all |ar»..na Int. rr-l..| II- n In, l>y
|»aMWI>tnf a of IMt orlrr Ibrrr wrrba a«tf
I» In Ibr O%for>l Itrln.a f.l a l>r•
I rl■•«<»! al I'ar1«.In Mi ll uunli INallhf 1 mat ai.
Pr al ■ I'n ' alrl oiirllnlw lH.l '• aal Parta, allli 1
ia l f..r ••I I 1 "iiiil*, o« ibrlblr>l Tur*-lar uf
Mat. bail, al alaa aa'rlurk la Iba for*a.• hi, aa>-l j
ibaw raaaa, If aa; Ibr; bat*, wby Um aa*
tbmiU »ol la lllowal
I.ICO. A. Wll.aov Ju lfa
A IwaaHii alla«4 —
Al.llb.MT l> PARK. Rrgtalar
IIUDKD aa At a lourtof Pr-.i-alr l»M al
Parta, wlllila in I f»r Iba I ntialr of i»ifi>H,
a* Ibr IblH T' r-Uf of . A It. I«t
l lw'n I *1.1-41. A'lmlnlMralor on INr r<UI>
of III II \ M % IIII. art uir of Kuiaforl,
la Mbl I .malt . I»«r»~-1, baataf |.rt *a>.|r<l hla
arrow at of a>ln>lnt*UaUoa uf Iba rriaba of Mbl ita
■ raanl for aUowaaaw, aal • prltate brraaaaa
taalntl tabl raUIr
• •a|i«a»l>, Tbtl Ibr Ml'I A lmlaMralnr ftaa
It.4l.rl.. all |«r*.'tia li urr.ir I. lit ra u-ln* bi ofiy
Itflbla nrlrr I" l» |>i*l.iUbr.| Ihraw wrrba a.M
'wMlarlr la Iba Olfonl larooaral |>rtala<l al
Parta, ll al |t.ri mar a|>|>rar al • Pr"i air I o«rt
b> la brbl al Parta, la Mbl I ounly, oa Iba Iblnl
Taa*Uy of Noa aail, al alaa o'rhak la Uta
forraaa-a, anl *b»w raaar, If aay Ibr) bat*, wby
Ua taaa abuaibi n.« la alU»wa»l
i.Kaild.R A WIIJUIV, JwUra
A traarof y-allr M —
AI.IIRKT P. PARK. Mr(t.lrr
• Al • l««n of h»U M
full, lllkll aa-l for tlM I wwllf nlmM,
•mi (to ihlrl T«m»U» of iM . A. D l«t.
OtUM \ IrKfclli*. Kt«r«|r1« thr •■•Ulr
.fS<*K\KI»4 H MKHKII.I., lata of
llrl r..a !■ Mil rMMr, ImiIm |>i»
wMnl krr tmwM of a.lmtnt*lr»ll..i. of Um
ritolf of **11 Iwiwl for alU.»BB«r
OUUIIII, TM Um Ml I K««r«ir1t f1»#
Ui til |wr»..i»« UlrrrH»-l Ihrrrln, I.»
|'«l>IUhlH( • roj.jr of lhl* ortar Ihrrr «rrk« iw
rfMiiflf I* U» <l«h>r>l llMwril, a m
|>r1nu>l •• I'arU. la mM • ooalT. Ik*l IWt mt
al • I'f'.l^ir 4 ..«r1 in Iw Ikitbi al
I ar1«. In Ml-1 I iMiBly.iMi the thirl TiwaUf of
>•* Mil, al tltf u'(liaklillMfi>ff*»«, aal
•kiiv rautf, If aay Um? kail, Whf Um wa
•feottM awl Im alk»«»l
UKnKUK A. WIIJMI*. Julf*
A Irw rwr-ium —
Al.HAKT l>. rARK. Kr«1 «tar.
aa —Al a I ourt of I'roi.ar h»H al
fart*. «IIMi a«>'I for Um < «miiiIv of «»»foH, oa
IlM Uilrl r«M*lar of «h-» . A. I) I—4
fttarlla K. ftieralrtl .mi IlM raialr
of DM. W. ftMITII. law Of Hiatal.!.
I* aal I < oualjr, <U<<ra>*il. katUf i.r*«i<tr<l Urr
tiruual of lilMlKlilrallu* of Um RaUW vf nM
Ifrrttrl f»r alU.waora
UHHIH»I>. Tkal hU I irvatiti fit* B»Ur«
lu *11 («r«>n U.lrrr«U»l,l'» >a.i«ln<a «17 of Uli
•rlerl.. Im |.«hll*lM»l llirtw wrrfc* •«.. «-«.liel j
la ila* < >i fori Itrawrrai. |>rla|p>l al I'arl*, thai
Ibrt aay a|>|*ar al • I ourt of l'r»lalr to Im ImH
al I'arU, la a*|i| l malf ,m Um IklPlTwalaf
•f Nov. wil, al alaao'rlia-k la Um forraiaia, aa-l
•how rauw, If say Umjt hair, why Um mm
• Ix'Ul I n.H IM BtkMlvl ■
UMiKt.R A. H I J»lf«
Alnwtopt-aiim —
Al.llKKT 0. I'AKK, RrglMrr.
mniKII,.. Al • « ourt .f rmlafai hrM all
I'art*. »UWb aal for Um f .malt of utfonl,
oa Ihr Ihlrl Tue»Uy of thl , A. |i |m*
«Hi the {Million of I.. I. fvwrr* of tlaao?rr,
irat'n*- f..r IIm ai>|»lntMMnl of hlniMlf
of Mi l llaaotrr. •• a-fmlntHral-.r of It* Hilr of
KINtAM II. ItlWItRw, tola of IUa..»«r, la
Ml-1 tonal 7 ofiuforl..|a»aMl.
MMUk Thai MM of Um forrflatf |«<l
liaUllMMHM Ikn* ii«t>M|ttlf,
i.rt..r to Um Ihlrl Tm*U; of *o» , % |i. lid, i
(a IIm <•« fori Itrnua ral |>rlalo>t al Part*, la mVI
I •MtBlJ. ■
t.»:i»H«.K A. Mr I Mo*, J»l«*.
AlntMpr-MM —
AI.HKKT l>. I'AKK, Kr(l*«ar
(lintKII.M -11 a (.Hill of IToUlr. h»H i|
I'uti, vlihla i»l fur Um (iiwiif <>f hi
furt.MllwUlrtTMMter •flirt, A. I" N
AioMm NUUrault, wWlotr of JlMlll'A
WIIITTRMOUK. lair of ll»l.r»a. <li—H I. ktr
III fwriM k«r |vtlltoa fur u iIImim out uf
I'rraooal huk of «ai<l i... r*.-f
• •■l»*an. Thai Ik* aaM I'KIUi—r f1»a
l.-m.r U> • . I- t- I.. UUrwW'l. Iir ranall t «
rvfijr uf Ihl* • r-1. r lit t* i • . i -1. • I dr.. « ,. k.
•nn«Ml«tlr li UwUifiHtl limn" ral. prtdnl il
la aaM r.xihlr, IKal IWf mar ai>|«-ar M »
ft..i «i. « ... it la U MiIh M PmIi, la •»! i
( uiiMT, OH Um> llilnl Tu»a>lajr uf Mil, ll
alM u rim k la |h» r ■ r» ll • n. ml ihow raaaa, If
HT Uwr UN, >Mll4 lh» M*r.
UKolUiR A. WIIJMIM, Ju-lf*
A Iim i"f7 HH —
ALBBBT 1». PABK. «#f1 ator.
OIFllBli. •• — Al a ("urt of I'rulnl* k*M M
I'm*. wilMi «i».l f..r Ik* ( ouair uf oifurl, ua
tkf tklrt TwaUr uf Urt , A. I». IW
P»Vllla T. fwMf, wVlow of ('A LIB t.
ruatiB, Uto of V.«I», itorraaari, i.»«
la* I "* nu»l h#r |«tlU»a f..r an aiW.waara out
ml Im hrmul Kiltlr of *all 'laraan I:
ukUKBfcH, Thai mVI |«tlll<iMr «!»• mUn of
Um mm to all |*n«M lator— tol Umvta, l>>
|>ut>IWbln* a • "|'» uf Ula urtor l*fM »< • ki aur
.. ..|»ri« la ito Olforl Imwrm, a arw«pa|<rr
prlatol al I'arla, la mM n>*a«y, thai tWjr m;
amu al a I'mlair r««rl to taa M4ra al l°arta.
allhln aa-l for mM I uunlj. oa llM Ihlrl Tuaa
•lay uf N»*. Mil, al alM u*tkrl la Ito
fiiwaia. an<l ahow raaaa. If aajr Itojr tar*.
AffAAAftt Iim mm<
OlUIIUJB A. WIUMIN, J a-1 (•
A ITM ewf jr—Alto*—
ALBBBT D. PABB, ftagtator.
OXFORD. M —AI I Cwwft of I'ruUW UM i|
fiite. mil i»i lar UmC-mIt ol Miturl, i>a
Um UlrdTMiiUy •(<*«. A. if. UN.
<)• Um prtMWa ut Walter %. Iktw raartlaa
•I Um Mil o» til A* M. CHAtS •(
IKitekl, pfytBg far MM »• Mil u*i
•xs'iuZTSi JAatJnast r
pfmm* (In Mfa»
a"Sr s s.
•em, • wi|inn r*«M»i at mfc u
•tor •( Smw. ml, a* alaa a*ater» la Um lar»
mm, twl il»w rMat II u; Iter k*t«, vkf tte
—•^"~hrer?wiuU».J.1n
uxrotu.aaw.Ai • oim •» rmui ui at
£5=
r»r4. to nM Omly *« Oilaal, <1i aanl.
wll aal r«aiai aartala >a»l
KuMl«U»glMta«aMaala*l aaC«l—cflb»l la
hte mIIUm »wite la Ite riiiili *mm.
T*a» Um mM f*UUo*«r fi»« mUn
mUM Ikraa wall laraanlfb la tM O*
fcHP—>,•—wayawf artalall lik la
■MOi«al7(MUwa4rah«ru a rrakata
;%5ssSS
■*""*M 0»0«U1 A. W1UOX,
A—"-tafiTB-rAU,^.
9
Tou mike no mistake in going to
H. B. FOSTER
if in want of
Clothing or Gents' Furnishings,
of any description.
A Pull Lino of thin «ea*on's Style* and Fanh
iom can now bo aeon by an ifwpcction of our
stock.
Dress Suits, Business Suits
and Working Suits !
for Men and Yoatha. Wi> have aulta to At «wjr one'a |iu»c, for our
|»rkea range from $3. upward*. I«li of dllfrrrnl color* In lloroe
•piina, Worateda, Cheviot*, *+rgrt, rie., rut In Krocka, Hlnfle and
Double llreaated Xwcka. In fait we have aulta to lit anjr one »M»ht
he he ahort or Ull, allnt or atout.
We alvijri lend In
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
and thla anion w» ran ahow jrou better value than ever A
Urf* aaaortineot of winter overcoata well made and wejl trimmed.
IIANI'X»MK OOOIM, MOllKUATK IN IMIICK.
MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOYS' ULSTERS,
all colora and pricM. A nice line of Kur * oat*. Winter Over*hirta In
Kndleaa variety, (Jrent valuea In lleavv Inderwear. New lot* of
lloalerjr, Ulovea, Collar*, Cuffa. All lite latest In Men'a Nrckwear,
HeMeMkrr Our Stwrk In thr Urfral,
Our Rljflra Ike Dewl hihI our
PHICES THR LOWEST.
Toura truly,
Op^Mlle Bin • N*rwif, Malar.
DO NOT FORUKT
that wo carry the Largcat Stoc k of
Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, Slippers,
Wool Boots, Leggins
and Flannel Lined Goods!
In fact the largest, cleanest, newest and l>e*t Htock
of all kind* of Footwear in thin town. Our price*
are alwaya right. Onr many cuNtomera and in creat
ing Hale* for the Innt four yearn are the bent proof of
our statement*.
Our $2.00 Boots for Men and Women are the
I lent in town for the price. We aI*o have a good
ntock of TRUNKS AND VALISES whi'h fl will
aell at a very low price. Call and ace u*. We
will u*c you well. Your* truly,
BMTT.TOY SHOE STORE,
K. N. HWKTT, M»«*jcrr,
Opflte Elm lloH«r, • • • Norwift .Wain*.
A Quiet
Word
about
Well-dressed men detest
anything loud, and so in
our stock of Trousers
there is nothing but will
accord with the most
fastidious taste. That
doesn't mean a lack of
beauty, for there never
were handsomer designs
in town.
There Is One
Thins Loud
about those T users,
though. It is t price.
That is going to make
the biggest noise yet
heard in the clothing bus
iness around these parts.
Never before so much of
beauty and style and
quality for so little.
Quiet *
T rousers
HfB'i Pllltta III *1.,
that will not Kip !
Muita nt $7..10 thr former
prior *10., an rirrllrnt tradr.
J. F. PLUMMER
Boot, Mhoe «nd Clothing Wlorr,
31 Market Square, South Parla, Me.
OUR $2. SHOES
have taken tho lead over everything. They
have become very popular and are growing
more ho every day. They are
Light, Stylish, Durable and Well Made I
Come and Mee them lx*fore buying eUewhere.
Don't forget that we have al*o a full line of
better Shoen at moderate priccH.
Oxford County Shoe Store,
F. W. Fanner, t'lrrk,
Neat door to Stone's Drutf Store.
Children Ory for Pitcher's Castorla.
N otes' Drug Store,
Norway, - Maine.
Have a mammoth stock of
NEW WINDOW SHADES,
DRAPERY POLES, SASH
RODS, WALL PAPERS,
MIXED PAINTS, LEAD,
OILS and VARNISHES,
•II at rciMMlIc price*.
Children Oryfor Pltohcr1* Oattorla.

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