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Ut fixttmzn. XO'tTFEMER.VT. WEDNESDAY. JULY 10, 1879. The Yellow Ferer. Memphis, Tennessee, w.n thrown into great excitement wek Bgo by the up peamnce of four or fito c isus of yellow fever. Tba local boird of iioilth issued a bulletin tba next morning advising people to leave and luuusuods followed the udviei as ii pi'4cuutinary measure. Tbiee or four of those attacked by the disease huve dieJ but new casus have not appeared Hnd It is now hoped that the fever will not spread and that the esse that have occurred were sporadic. I'eople are returning to the city and the excite ment there and in Mississippi where then was a cat ) or two has somewhat abated. We nolo however that Casey Young, congressman from the Memphis district. thinks the di-ease will prove epidemic thi: year though he hopes the terrible scenes of last year will not be repeated. Action will be taken hy the national authorities noting under the authority of the lale law passed by congress and every tffurt made to arrest the spread of the fever. it. nas oeen btateu uuring tno past win tor, wiih what truth we know not, that the towns along the Mississippi were very careless and negligent in the matter ol sanitary regulations, anil that their drain age and disposal of pestilence breeding filth gave an invitation to the scourge to return It is true in this matter as in others that prevention is more valuable than cure and it serius t range that after the fatal scenes of last year all precautions should not have been taken. Tho disease has appeared some weeks earlier than l ist year and had it proved ol the same general character no doubt the fatality wuoM prove greater than it did then. A week or two will show whether the hopes of the southern people that the pesent trouble is not to become gen nral are well founded or not. Vermont Editors. The tenth annual meeting of tbe Editors and Publishers Association began at Rut land the 8th. Mr. Walton was reelected president in the evening and there was an address by II. A. II use, and poem by E. (I. Phelps. Tbe next morning the com pany visited the Ilonso of Correction and the Howe Scale works and during the whole stay iu Rutland were most hospi- lally entertained. After the meeting at Rutland, tho asso ciation, in charge of F. C. White, E'q., -tupcrintendent of the Rutland and Ben nington railroad, left Rutland for Troy, where they were to take the steamer for New York. The trip from Rutland to froy was pleasant and made with no mishap, and on arrival at Troy the party was met at the depot by carriages and taken to the Troy House, where a fine nipper was served by the proprietor, B F. Siiles Esq., who ii, or ought to be, a native Vermonter, and this generous hos pitaliiy to tbe members of the press of his natjve state should make them proud to own him as one of her sons. From the I'roy house, the party proceeded to the steamer Saratoga, and at 8 I. II. steiuu- d down the Hudson, past the vaiious iron manufactories, whose lurid lights in ado a scene of wild, weird beauty. The passengers grouped on the decks evidently were all enjoying the sceuery till darkness settled over the landscape. Then in the spacious saloon of the steamer. In social converse and in music from the grand piano, the evening passed pleasantly till time lor country people to go to bed, when i ho piano was closed, and soon no sounds were heard save the throbbing of the great engines and the beat of the paddles. At in early hour many were on deck viewing iho beauties of the lower Hudson, the palisades, the fine residences so numerous lieie, and at 7:31) the steamer reached her wharf on North River, when the party took carriages for the St. Nicholas Hotel where a very handsome breakfast was partaken of. Mr. Welch, the proprietor, is also a vermonter by birth. After breakfast tho party took the Elevated The republicans have done a new thing railroad for tho boat running for Manhat- in carrying the election iu Annapolis, Md Mr. Downey of St. Albans, fioigl.t conductor on the Central Vermont, while walking on the tiaek caught his foot in h t'nig and two wheels of a car pnssed over it, crushing it badly. Everybody who ppeaks of the Bates House, Rutland, from experience finds occasion to say that is a first class hotel in every respect. Mr. Ba'es not only "can keep n Intel'' but he does it to the full satisfaction of nil his guests. r ft t - i . .1 iicucrson iawis nas veroaiiy and in writing declared that hu is not a candidal) for the United States Senate. lie is n man of sevenly-one years, is engnircil in preparing a def) nee of his administration as president of the ex confedoaacy, and is fir from robust health. A Watertown woman moistened he liandhcr. hief and rubbed it on one of Barntim's tattooed man's limbs. She said it was blued by the operation. Bo that as it may, I he heroic Greek left the platform swearing that he did not propose to stnnd up for people to ' pinchy, pinchy, pinchy all de time." John F. Uuzzoll, tho murderer of Su-ian Hanson, was hung last week in C incord and the detectives are quarreling over tin question whether the hanging was justi lied. I lie emi ts seemed to be satisfied however and they considered the matte very carefully. Btizz-dl was once ncquittei of the murder but wa9 afterwards convict ed us an accessory. Ex-Governor William Allen, who died at his home in Chilicothe, Ohio, Friday, was born in Edcntown, N. U., in 1806 anil when very young moved to Ohio Adopting the legal profeSsion.he wa9 retire- sentive in congre-s from 1833 to 1833 anil Lnited States senator for two terms, 1837 1849. In 1874, he was elected governoi of Ohio, defcaling Gon. Edward F. Noyes, now minister to France, by about 800 mnj intj . The fino steamer "Adirondack," which was built in 1806, on Lako Champlain, and was dismanded last fall, has bee! sold to parties in Detroit, Mich., who will at once commence work in taking hoi down and shipping the same in sections ti that v.by, where she will be rebuilt for lh great lakes. The "Adirondack," when taken off the line, was in excellent condi tion, and had it not been for building tin railroad on tho opposite side of the lake no doubt would have been doing a good business now. Tbe St. Albans Messenger says : Th( comparative scarcity of potato beetles this year i9 accounted fur. They are pursued by a parasite, which is a striped buj; similar to the cucumber bug, but larger. He follows the potato bug and eats it eggs after they have been laid upon thi vines. This will probably bo the last yoiu of the operations of Colorodo beetle to an considerable extent, as this parasite has appeared in Considerable numbers in this vicinity. They have been working up a supposed mnrder case in New Hampshire and had concluded a man named Harding had murdered h sewing machine agent named Elliott, near upper Bartlett. E.liott proves to be alive however like the majority of sewing machine agents. Tho comiuuniiy can Imidly believe however that they were wrong and that Harding is innocent. They seem to he rather angry nt the latter be cause it is made certain ho hasn't killed the agent. Hail and Huhihcane ox the Con necticut. A terrible ' hailstorm nnd hurricane passed over Wells River Mon day evening, lasting fifteen minutes, followed by a thunder storm. Some of the hail stones were two inches in diameter. Crops and vegetation are destroyed and torn to shreds, tan Beach, Coney Island, where the grand banquet was advertised to come off at the Brighton Beach Hotel. We preferred a quiet lunch And a good frolic on the sun md so were not present at the grand banquet, but clip the followiDg descrip tion of it from the Free Press: The " banquet " was of ten courses, mere was no Dill ot tare, ami all were erved a ike, without partiality or choice. The first course, served after long waiting, was vegetable soup. Hie next course was plates. Ihese, after a quarter of an hour or so, were whinued off bv the waiters and a second course of ol ites of excellent stoneware, very much like the tluers, only a little warmer, was Berved Hie fourth courso was boiled fish, verv well cooked and palatable; but without lance or dressing. iifih course, white plates. Sixth course, raw U matoes in hoes a single dish being set in the centre fa table of nfiy persons. It Droved itu pie, however, its no small plates or lorks or other means of getting the slices o the mouths ot the guests were oruvlded. Sixth course, more fish, Sevenlh course, plates. Eighth course, plates, a little warmer than course seven. Ninth course. ce cream and cake. Tenth course, tooth picks. lliere was plenty of fun between the courses at the tables, and it was allowed hat a grand banquet is a very fine affair. Some thought that as between a banquet ind a dinner, they would prefer dinner: but it was insisted, on the other hand, that i grand banqunt is good as a preparation for d nner. The dinner, however, was ot forthcoming ou this occasion: and. in fact, none was promised ouly a grand lanquct. Col. 'I hos. It. Sharp, the receiver of the lying Island railroad, hid offorcd the -ourtcsies of his road to the party, and we found a train of palace cars at our dis posal, in which the party were whirled up the island in short order, running at a peod of fifty miles an hour. At tho ferry Mr. W. M. Lallan, the New York nzent of the road, who had accompanied the oarty from Brighton, took the party in diargo, ac oss the ferry, and In omnibuses to the elevated railroad, where we were net by Col. Stewart, the general superin endent, and an extra car placed at our service, and with Mr. Liffin still in he o mipany, we mado tho trip to Harlem anil back in good style. Mr. L iffin's courtesy win appreciated by the members of tho irty and deserves special recognition i'roin them, which wo are happy on our part to give. At this point the parly, as a party, was iroken up, somo to return home on the light boat, others to enjoy themselves, some in one way, some in another, llav- ng received from Mr. Laff.in an invitation o visit Fire Island, we, with II. W. Lore, ,f the Saturday Evening Jievitw, anil vile, accepted the invitation, and ut 4 o'clock p. m. we left the station at Hunt er's point for " B ibylon," where we took lie boat lor the island, which Is nine miles from the main land, and where we arrived n about three quarters of an hour after we lelt the train. The account of onr visit there we must defer for a future number, when the remainder of the irin may be described. t. the glass in, the place was broken, large trees were . torn np, fenoes destroyed, houses unroofed, barns blown over, oto It was the most severe storm over known there, and the people were muoh alarmed It crossed the river nnd at Woodsville. N. H.; hail stones fell the size of lien's rgs. Several houses were unrooTod and sheds blown down and there is scarcely a house in town but hail windows hrokenr , Crops of all kin,' were out dowa and spoiled. The damage is very heavy. 1 ' ' . "' . . .' Good TemplauItems. The celebration it Lyndonvillo was In every point- a suocess. The assembly was numbered hv housands. The St. Andrews quartette and the Newport band each discoursed ipproprlate and admirable music; the speakers wore all eloquent and excellent, vtiil tho railroad nccommod.t'ions were in every essential first class. To those who ittenilo.l the occasion must ba considered i "red letter day." The next grand move upn tho temper ance board will be the union temperance camp meeting to be held at Nonhlield, Vugust 19, 20 and 21, on tho grounds of ho Central Vermont c imp meeting asso ciation. This meeting will be a union of i" third of uliureh, Sunday school and all tompernnee Tram Our Rafular Carre poadcnl.) London Letter. ' London, June 20, 1879. Tbe .royal agricultural society, under the nominal patronage of tbe prince of Wales, is in the midst of preparation for an inter national agricultural exhibition that prom ises to be more successful, as it will larger and more comprehensive than any of the previous exhibitions of the society Two miles from the marble arch, am on a plain, open road, well served at nl timet hy omnibuses, the site of tbe exhi bition is now so Largely occupied with tin structures necessary for the vast and com prehensvie display as to suggest a neai approach to complete readiness. Owint. to the continued rains, the ground, a aiil clay, is not at present in good condition; but there is lime before the last day of tht month, when the show-yard of more thai a hundred acres will be opened, for an en tire change in this important respeot; am even a few days of sunshine, for wliicl the moderately hopeful may look forwan as a seasonable likelihood towards the en. of June, would suffice to make thing pleasant for the opening. Situate as th ground'is, between the E lgware and liar row roads, with a recently increase) accommodation of railway service, tha rarity in the overgrown compass of th' London postal system, a veritable ruj it. urbe may there be found. If the socielv which takes the lead in promoting nation tl agriculture bad gone into any of tin English counties and actually famed fo picturesque scenery, nnd had. selected spot ngreeamy surrounded by tit 1 1 and woodland, no happier a combination o sylvan nnd pastoral vicinity could hav. served to heighten ami show forth 111 busy bucolic picture. The show "will b almost entirely surrounded by noble trees with spires darling up among them, heri and there; and will include within it ample bounds many oaks and elms, re joiciug in what Polyphemus calls " duceo growth." They will aid in a scheme o rendering ornamental those portions o the ground not occupied with sheds, oi marked out in avenues, one comely trei giving additional grace to the open spot near the entrance in tbe S ilusbury road where is situate a small artificial lake. adorned with neighboring objects of ap propi iute character. Seventeen years havi elapsed since the " Royal " held its groai exhibition at IS ittersea, and tha disparity wuicn even then existed, between thi home production and consumption of fooi has meanwhile enormously increased. Aii eirnest desire on the part of the sooiety ti promote abundant supplies of all nourisli nig nnd sustaining aliments may be seei by every one who will glance through the schedule of prizes. At present, tho total value of these inducements to competitioi amounts to 13,188, and other awards ar. contemplated, lor British nnd foreigi horses, asses, and mules, tha gross sum ti ou uisiriouieu is t3,3'ju. rtio prize.- among bulls, cows, and heifers, of all th British breeds, amouuts toi,5l7; foreifi oatl'e dividing the large sum of 1,755 aim nireign Slieep AWU; wllllo prizes amounting to 30 will be apportioned among goats. The account of live stool is made up by .300 set apart for pigs I lie list ot produce includes hops, sued corn, wool, butter, cheese, h irus. bico i. preserved and fresh meats, field and gar den vegetables, and honey, the last minim suosiarice ouing stiown in coniunctioi with hives and bees, under an advance. ysiem of apiary management. Prizes fo .1.. .... an uiese various extllhits amount t 1,716, apart from the main sum ol 11. 492, devoted to the encouraguient of stock bi eeding. Every day now makes a visible differ ence in tho aspect of the vast show-yard and a visit of inspection, in which sevcra foreign representatives of agricultural societies joined, was yesterday made undei the guidanco of Mr. II. M. Jenkins, th. secretary, and Mr, Jaoob Wilson, who urn- cnarge oi tne general arrangements. there being, in the enclosed area of om hundred and fifty-five acres, seven mi let of cattle sheds and more than fivo mil. s of other canvass covered cr timber roofei stru lures, the magnitude of the show may be easily imagined. Drain ways, at in the Jardin d Acclimatisation, in Paris are being laid down, and a species of char a banc will be drawn on these by sm ih L'--..U I .t . uieuuu lucoiuoiives. ivs a sign oi ap proaching readiness, it ts worthy of le marks that Mr. John Unite's contract t finish the implement yard, which only expires on this d ly, was out of hand Ins week ; and his workmen have made mon than necessary advance towards complet ing the remainder. If tho canvas whirl covers the long rows of sheds were laid down us a carpet it would cover mon than twenty-four acres of land. Suggest ive, indeed, are the statistics of this 'great show, for which two hundred and fifty tons of straw, seventy-fiva tons of ha, anu miiiy acres oi green nod, sucb a vetches and clover, have been deemed i, possibly short supply, so that additiona quantities are in requisition. The inter national character of the exhibition will without doub', be excellently maintained : anu in view oi me large incursion ol guests plans will be duly organized for showing them proper hosuitalitv nnd foi conducting them to the sights oi London. Fron Our Btiulir Con-mpondcnt. Our European Letter. London. Eng., June 28, 1879, Since writing last week, the reoort of ne ixinuoo select Committee upon electric iiguung nas been issued, and proves to be i document of unusual lucidity, although wmmendably brief. The views heretofore ixpressed on the subject are strengthened n a rem irsame manner by the oonclu ions of the committee, not only as re- ;arus tne ngnt but also in reference to the ndustri.-tl developments likely to be irought about by the economy of force, r, in other words, the working power of iiecu icity. it was conclusively shown by oiue oi me soienutio wltuesses who were lulled by the comiuitie, that tha vire which was Used to trausmit oower in he daytime -may be used to transmit ight at night, thus not only bearinir nut ho truth of the experiments in Franco to vh.cn I referred last week, butaotually joing beyond those startling results. In udentally, tho report affords soma verv valuable information for consumers of ignt. lUe commit tee are of opinion that neg is conipinies have no claims what ver to be considered as the future dis uuuiors oi eicctrio light. Dr. T.ron rMayfair, who is underm,! , i.. ivwi, fcW II... O Irarted the report, which wai unani- lnilnltr nHnnl.i.1 . ....I n .. j TOvfm, viuiji says uiat g,n umpauies possess no monopoly of light ng either streets or private houses be- ond tha power they have of laying pipes a nie streets, ldis home thrust at the ;reat distributors of light at whose mercy ue puoiic is so absolutely placed, will not very p datable; but oonsuniers will ejoice at the prospect of an alternately upply, however remote, which will doliv- ir them from their present thralldom. flie hun Iredth anniversary of thi birth fTooj Moore, tho Irish minstrel, his wen very generally and enthusiastically eiBDrated tnroughout tha English-speak- ug world. The bright bard of Erin has iffered no eolipse from his s looessors. Vhat Byron wrote more than fifty veais .go is truer than ever to-day : They lay, Tom Mojre. your aons ro tuux Cii tins be true, you lucky mn?) At miduiif ut, in tbe PerdUn tons' ue. Along the itreeti or laiuhau . Some twenty years ago, when on a isit to Bowood. in England, the venerable larqms of Lansdowna drove me out to he border of his grand old p irk, one Hire iutober afternoon, to call on Tom Moore's Keep U Before tbe People. TI1K SOUTn HOTALTON BOAD CASE. I notioed an artiole In the Argus and ui duiy witn the above title signed "Justice." As there are rannv omissions and misstatements in said article ui ln,lTe 'ro beginning had a puhlioand personal interest in the road ami personally know the facts of tho whole caw, t win give the road proceedings from us inception to its final overthrow by the In the first place, t'te main street, about thirteen roils from where the Chelsea and novation roads emu. lamlino- In )l. J..... u.- . . . " in-pui, nas neen deemed to narrow U acuninmooule tho b isiness of the public; so much so that it was not Ihoight boat to have sidewalks fur foot tnimt .n.l t..,ii.. uoing ineir shopping on ill is siroet have Iwen obliged to pick their way througl the mud nnd around teams as best tliei cutil.l. The publir have long since soei. and Known this, but how to rcim-lv tl, evil bad not occurred to them, for the stores on each side of tlin himi. hi 'en erected in the surlv lilstorir ..r ,i,. village.and the niostnfili. noiu twenty five to ilnrtv years, it was not thought advisible, if legal, to require thi present owners of those large stores t remove them, at the cost of thou-ands ot dollars, some not ownimr b i, k m .u ihein on. But the fire of Febrn in .V 1S7M swept the stores from (he southerly pide ol the street und left nothing standing on thai side of the road, wiihin the distance ahou. slated, hut a small movable marble sln and a Utile ilaucrreian saloon formerly on wheels. Then was the golden moment, as lllu public thought, to widen ihe narrow street for it was supposed that the iiuild H3 ourni uau Oeen partially in the high I am hanny to record ih-it Mm 1 fi... (whom I i-upMsa ' Justice " represents, of C. M. Limb & U R TWMi ui . star shining through the olouds in th larkuess oi ntgnt, look the initiative nn.i hew up a Uetition to tl.n ,.!,.,.,, ... have the street widened, and the selectmen very properly, in response, procured Mr Levi Hizen to ill ike a survey of the rn i.l ascertain ils b uin.birv in 1 1 urilh is niiiu of wideuin the atrt. tl contemplation of errection wnul.l I,. r. q tired lu bo erri'cfoil wiili, mi iu.. n,i, oi me nigtiway. Marnh 7, la78, Mr. Levi Haz m nnd the survey and the above law linn took a active part os-isting. The result was nn. tt tl,.. ... t - i ... . uiuumiiui i IHtrn.'l IIS III I lliul mat . of the burnt stores having been within th. limits ot tne Highway, they hid stooi " ""' ieei soutiioiiy and without tit. limits, mid i hut the northerly line of lb. roan ran tlirouirli Wi mot's nn bl,-k store and tenement ill the coiner com mencingon the Sharon road, next Geo. waterman s millinery and tenement build g torn ouiiuing), next W. 11. Martin 'i .i.. , - ... i now puiih ami Harness a inn. t u.n Wm men npwnrus oi e.gnty years of Smith's hardware store and Vhn,, r. I ge, and 1 Jjad the pleasure of seeing, I building), next M. J. Sargent's drug sion ioiu ouii ungi, anil last but not least. Hi, taigo s ore occupied by O. Belknap, bein tne second building erected in the villa some miriy years ago. Ihe di-l-ino the northerly line of iho road would rui, through the Wilmot block was found t. be about four feet and increased unti it run through tho Belknap sturo somo tot, or fifteen feet. Mr. Aaron N. King nnd Mr. Lewi Dickermaii. both of Tunbridge, and mvseli Wall!..... T 'P. ..I. lis ... . J v ...... iu .. i.aiueiij were Hie owners ol me inree blocks of stores burnt; nil of u were present and deeply interested in th. survey While the survey was in progress, and before it was known where the"linet of the road were, it occurred to mo that i a new road could bo laid on the southerly side of our contemplated blocks an.'i between them and tlien Private nirk commencing on the Sharon road, runiiin.. pirallel with the old street and througl to the Woodard hole) road about tbirteei rods, being us near and us direct to tie dep it. Taking a part of the s-re.tL flow ,, travel from the old street it would no only completely obviate any necessity o "loc.iiug iuu om sneer, acconitnoilatin. the public travel uiuallv as w.-ll. h,,' would great ly enhance tho value of mi stores by g.ving us direct access from tie depot to tbe baoK ends of them, whero ou, heavy freight could bo unloaded. hough then but a withered fl iwer. hie lovo's young dream," tha beavty of his ue, nnd tlie " Beitie " of his songs. The ;ood old m irq lis nover tired of talkin" of lie brilliant wit and genial hd'nor of his ioet-prolcgd, and of the wonderful effect, he rapture of delight, produced in the rawing room of Bjwood when Moore tng " to chiefs and l adies bright," his iwn songs, set to his own music, and .ccompmied by himself on tho piano laras Hills," "She is far from ho land where her young horo sleeps," ,nd"U. the divs are 2one when huautv u iglit, sung with all the ell ision of an mprovis tlion, and with an expression of K)k and m inner that thrilled men's learts nnd melted women's, m ide the ivening of "those days " ut B woo I wh it Jhristopher North called nooks ambro- fince. liyron, who was ofUin present at hese pootiu feasts, wrote his ' Ad Iress n tha Uo-opening of Drury Lane Tliea- re " in the very room I chanced to occupy unng tlie visit above mentioned. Alas! iow the lights of other days are fa lei! The harp that once through Tarn's halls, Itasoulol inudic Ihetl, Now uantraus ma as Tata's walla, As though that soul were dead. A grand temperance movement his ecently been slarled in England, which, ike the anti-treating society in America, annot fail to pro loco a radical reform iu lie habits of the people. A company has leen oiganized, with a capital of one oillion sterling, for the purpose of estab ishing cheap coffee houses throughout the ity of London, and all other large towns. ) take the place of the mm shops. These laoei of w.ioles.ime refreshment, where gen -reus c ip of c .flee and a roll of .read may be had for one Dennv. are iade in every way attractive to the working pe ii.le of b .th soxes, and they i.l.e.i.ly lare'y pitronizad, while The N.iw York Evening Post, one ol the most careful and conservative of paper and one which cannot bo charged with undue warmth iu its support of the repub lican parly indeed, it is always prompt to criticise the polioy, the measures and motives of republican leaders thus sums up the democratic position : "Yet what do we see to-day t We see a solid south. It is not wuviusr the blonds Lient-Gnvernor Dorslieimer is currently spoken of as the opxsition or Tammany candidate for governor before tha ilemo orailo convention in New , Yorjt. ' Gov. Robinson being ihe other candidate. His friends claim that he can get the deles-Aiu frolii Kings county, Brooklyn, as well as, irum jnbw ion city, wnicn woold prac tically 'Insure tbe nomination; but the election 1 t sooietios.on the best camp mooting grounds in the slate. Speakers of eminent ability, both from within and without the suite will attend. Trains will run at largely reduced rales, and acoommo lations for butrdlng, restaurant and hotel board will be provided in ample sh ipu. We hope to announce lull particulars next week. A, 3. 1'raper, ivsq., grand worthy chiof tem plar of New York and right worthy grand counsellor has already been secur ed. A Good Templars lodge was instituted at Colchester, July 9th, by State Deputy Rev.' J. C Langford, assisted by A. R. Straw, past worthy chief, and members from Burlington, Walerville and Tuppur lodges. There were over seventy applicants for a charter, and forty joined on the night of institution. Rev. John Chase is worthy ohief templar, and Dan T. Haniress, lodge deputy. hose who visit the n, instead of getting ipsy. noiy, headachy and quarrelsome. eturn to their work refnsh. d, strengthen- d and cheered. This most excellent eform is enlisting the acting sympathies l the better classes, and none but ruin ellers oppose it. Another temperance novement, auxiliary to this, is the effon hat is now being made to introduce light iger beer in tho plaoo of heavy, heady Cnglish beur. But tha coffee movement is tho most practicable and effective, The working people must have places of re ort during the intervals of work, and on Sundays and in bad weather, and thou ands will pi afar the coffee houso to the mblio house, especially when books and lewspapers ure added to the attractions. file coffee movement is not only popular n ljondon, it is fashionable. Tho highest lames in England are associated with the ood cause, and 1 predict for it a glorious revolution in the economy and morals of tlie people, and a large dimuniiion of the Newgate Calender. Mrs. Langlry, the " sensation beauty " if the last three seasons, is going for a rip to tho United States, and has engaged i passage on one of the magnifioent ves eis oi ttta White Star line. As the ladv n question nas rather used up England in he beauty business, she pines no doubt for fresh fields and postures new. The shirt to recoLMiize the fact that ih nmli as solid as it bis been at any time fori'6' 's' Neilson, tlie aclress, h twenty-five years. Of course, wo do not mean that it is solid to make war on the Union, but it is .solid on a puny sense It is solid for soft money or for hard inoiie.y. No less eminent aiepresemo live i ban Senator Hampton says that il cares for none of these lhing9. It is solid rather put Mrs. Lmgtry'g nose out of joint. She Is the lioness of the season. She " makes up ". to look fiva -anil-twunt xr ind a woman must bo a irood artist ih can knock fi leen Years off her HI7A nn.i lefy the sunlight. It is all very well, at for reform in the administration . .f il.- night, on the stage but women irBnur .'ii government, for econemy in expenditures, ''ray their want of artistio touch when ,g..iuai, mo upprupnaiion ot uiouuy lor "J i'" puwuw lor tne eoo ol dav u.ll.ui.lia ..n.l ...1...- I . J. - . I I .. V..IIAnn fl ......... , I .. J ' subsidies and other improper or doubtful purposes? Wu know that this is not the object of its unity. What is it solid for il not for the old narrow notions the mis chievous historic doctrines? After all the tremendous events ol recent vo.ira ... hear a senator of the United States talking, in the old fashion about "his people," us 11 mo Buuui was a country luieign 10 the Union. We hear another senator of the unitou oinies mentioning the late wretch ed sectional stiogglo in congress as a companion piece to tlie Declaration ol Indejiendenoo. These are small signs, but they are truihlul ones. The great sign is the solid south, and if that is not a gioss political anachronism it is bard to imagine what would be. "We see in the democratic party of tbe north a single purpose lo encourage tba solidity of the south and lo profit by it. The tongues of the party orators were not more paralyzed in 1860 in respect to matters which might otl.nd the south LhMn they are today." Ia Neilson Hashes up nnd down Umn How on a coal hlaek steed, lo the deli.'ht of onr jiunesse (singe) rforee-and Mrs Langtry is " not in il," ns our (.portsnien say. jba Americans are fond of ilia monds. Mrs. Lansrtrv possesses in (Win wr nh of, tho marklers. and tbH ,i,i. the prestige of her name, wbiuli is well known Iu the states, will render ber nn object of interest for some weeks. Alpha. The Louisville Courier-Journal says: "Mr. Ilendricki has no Ktrengih to speak of in ihe sonih. He has none at a II in Kentucky, and he never had. Of all conceivable deruooraiio candidates for president at this lime, Mr. Hendricks is weakest. Ho is equally weak, too, as a candidate for tha nomination. lie repre sents nothing but himself, and he has rendered that issue odions by his foolish and selfish war on Mr. Tllden. If it was his design to kill himself off. ho oould not have adopted a better course." I auggostod the above to Mr. Dickerman and re. marked that it would enhance tlie value of his prou erty i00. lie immediately fell in with tho suitirea tion and replied that it would increase tho value o his property that amount. It would not do to tall that (referring to tlie $ m) as he should go in foi damages. I usked him to help get up a petition ,m, ho agreed to help. We immediately went into Mr tzr.i w illis' house for that purpose. Alden Cham. lierlain and Mr. Dickcrman's Sam Cass were there and the matter of a petition was talkod about befor, thom. Mr. Dickerman asked Cass to get sen an, paper, nnd I suggested to Mr. lilckcrmun to dictat, the petition as ho was a practical surveyor an. had had considerable experience in his own towi in road matters, as celectman, town agent, etc. II. aid he would assist nieandall agreed on the noin; to commence atand where the northerly line ol th. road should run by our foundations, tlie width t, he left to tlie discretion of the selectmen. In tin wording of tlie peUtion he dictated. 1 wrote with i pjncil und would at times suggest something u him. After tlie petition was drawn as above we gave ii t ) Cass und he copied it, which copy was prcsente. to the people for their signatures und subsequently to the selectmen for their action. Mr. Alden Chan! bjrlin, who was present all the tune, at one. appioved and then and there s gno.1, being the llr man who slgnned. Mr. Dickerman said he suppot ed he cjnl.l sign but as lie lived in Tunbridge h, thought he would not ns it might effect his Ian, damages. He said, "I think Mr. C'oihurn will sign.' I took the petition and started to see Mr. Colburn The surveying party had arrived ut tlie cross road, near the Wilmot block aforesaid. When I arrive, thcro I stopped with tho party until they had com. pitted tho survey through tho stroot an. I doclareu the result the northerly line runuing through th. buildings as aforesaid. I then wont on presenting the petition lor signatures and, with a very f. w exceptions, nil signed to whom it was presented A. .N. King nnd his brother, Daniel, alter the sur vey and line were decla cd, were standing ncai King's ruins and I presenteit U.e petition to then to sign, and he thought he would not sign, bu; Daniel might sign If he had a mind to. Daniel then and there, in Aaron's presence, signed It. Tho re sult was that in a very short timo afier there w-er. Ully-flve names, beBides Jir. Chamberlain's, com prising not only tho most of the substantial men In South lloyulton village but many lnrge farmers ou: of tho village, those who had formerly been select men of the town and oUiers who hold and hAd hclu various town offices. Tho selectmen, in response to the potitlon, gave notice to the parties Interested of tho Unio and placa they would exam ne the ground anil hear tne par ties. On the day appointed an examination wah had, King and Dickerman being present and heard. Tho selectmen decided to lay a road, four rods w ide taking about one rod fr nn the side of Private park It was laid with the provision that the town paj the Bum of tuo, and that a bond of indemnity be got up by the friends of the rond to save tie town harmless Irom all cost nnd expense over Uiat sum the bond was Immediately got up and the selectmen laid the road four rodB wide as before stated. The lino ol the road did not ' take all the land up to tbe foundations thcrcol," as stated by "Justice." but lea two or three feet between tho line and the foundations, which was the same line agreed upon by Dickerman and myself in said pctlUon. The titles and amount of land taken for the road as found by the selectmen, commencing In course on the Sharon road and ending on the Woodard I hotel road, are as follows: First, D. Taruell and Lawrence Urnlnerd (Drain. erd having a deed but only in reality a mortgage lino;, one lot ouxm icet ou Sharon road; second. one lot ajxOO feet, owned by 8. Dickerman, on no road, back of Ills store bctwocn it and the Private park; third, D. Tarbell and Brainerd again, on.. lotouxOJ feet, on no road, back of W. J. Tarbel.'a new block and the park ; fourth, D. Tarbell and Uralnerd again, one lot 34x5u feet, on no road, and betwoen A. N. King's front lot of 4(1x50 feet and the park; ttfth, ono lot, owned by Aaron N. King, and all tho land of King's taken for tho road, IdxSo feet, oat side of which lies on the Woodard hotel road and this narrow strip lies botweon King's Iront lot and tbe common; sixth, one lot, taken from the side of the 1'rlvato park, owned by D. Tarbell, extend. Ing along by tlie above described Iota HO feet and 1 rod wide, rnnning from tha Sharon road to the Woodard hotel road aforesaid. The damages allowed to each by the selectmen are as follows :-D. Tarbeil 3SS, Lewis Dickerman too, Aaron N. King (56.33. It was supposed that tha selectmen, who were oeruinlr capable and dis interested (holding as they did a bond to Indemnify he town), well acquainted with the value of tbe land and needs of tba public &d done aroplo Jus. ttoe to all parties lntorettod. If any favor had been shown in tne appraisal of damages It was certainly Irown, according to the value of the land taken, to " aia Lewis DickTman and Aaron Jt. Kin. The apnire-it dnire for the nr strwtbr Dicker. in Helping rei up me petition and what occur red with Kinir when Daniel siim! it U.I m..i, n 'o Hiinfl- that we should have their eo-oprnitioa i-"- wmi 'i lie miirnunit orapiiml, know. mg as the public did and still know... t,.i- i.n aj situnt, that Ihe r ind would greatly enhance Uie value of their front lots l,y giving them free .ct,,, noove huh, wnere tney are ion deprived, to the rear end of thne l.iu. TheeeA.M th .nnM.l utrueli us like thunder from a clear sky and tlie second cla p was lu ler than the ft rut when we ami me.law nrm of Lamb C. P. Tarbell, who jive In our mi.ltt and ought to regard the public intereM. r.wnt'y so very active in their en leavors . i.n.e iwuiu eir.-ei wnienea. hid cnmpletelr '-hanged front and hnd enquire,! in if,n, n',i Oickertnm as counsel to deteat the tironoeed new street. The people wer- nrotied and regarled It .... ...; M. u,w nime.1 at tne pilDllo'necessitv nut as n idock thrown hef.. re the wbee.a of uublic Meiitri,. Ilixbv Jones, and M. R. AHamm. rsnk. ininmnnff the first of nn, ltn.inM. r.i. i hv generous public spimand for the sole n-irpose or ultiinrilelv obtaining the road and Improving tlie park, purchased of Daniel Tarbtll all his Private ii.ir nn i an tne iterorn descnlicd lots as Justice -o.Biuruie sum oi '..'ou, l. Tarlie renerousli -nntr.b'it.n? Ii. t iL-en n it nr ti. -m,, n.,M.huu lu.td, towards the fenjing and Improvement of the " .litlejM era 111 Q u . .1 . .1 1 thua living an opportunity to Uralnerd and larbeli mii;u uiey ni i n-it care to let slip." Mr. "Jll-ti.'e."whnt ia lh.M.1 ...l.Ari,n-ll.nt. land taken lor the mad, as it is located, compared with the val ue of this whole 1 1 ,S0 1 purchase ? saying ao'hing of tho enhanced value, uy reasjn of the mad to your irnni lots. W ill vou please figure II aut honeatlva i.l let the H.-ures "npiiear in the Argus ami 1'titrwt? Would your land be north what tne . lectmi-n triVn Vnll In i nm as nn,n,..M.I wittt that not let llp BHle?" To return to "Juatice'B article; that the names of trainer,! r,n,t 'i .irne 1 w.m a.vx.inn na ,,eti. tion, that .Samuel E. I'ingn. Otis Chamlierlain um i.evi uazen were greed upon as commission. TS ami tanetionnil hv t Ae.ntvt ia .l.iiu. lie. true : hat tint commissioners were called out hv us about no 1., tu ui vounier ana uxe.1 .Nov. 1 as a uay lir it.itiniK. LiiilL flnon niree nemo- m hi nu nir. dazen declined to serve And so a-nve notice: that rreat effort was made on our part to agree on imo.hit niTtii to uise ins p:ace anu nave tne Hearing n t'te day appointed I iiersnnallv know; that all lawyer employe I could have atten ted on that da laving great expense an i troub:e; thitwe were iiioiie.i, micr maaing ail reasonable oners oi igreement, d g-in.inanger style and in cunse- luence utterly lalied In aa-reem. all is hut ton rue ; that the case had to a-o to the I leceinber term if court; that Hon. Joseph C. Parker of Quechee vaB aiip.iintcd bv tlie court tu UU Mr. iluZL-n'i, place is a'ao true. i no commissioners were called out by the mends ind counsel for the r ia.l and .Inn nutlee irit-en thai thev would meet at Lamb A TarieU's ufllue r'eu- ruarv iu, ii,t.,ra neann. I tii-y Inot at me time mil place nppoitile.1, when Lamb nut in a motion for conliuu nice which was onitosed bv onuimei r... bncio.ei. i iiu iiiik iih oa-i ami in-tcase cunlln aed bv King and Dickerman navimr tho court an. I oxpciiBe of that, dav, on the ground maailv, as was na erstooii, ui tne necessary absence ol Hon. D. C. Dennison at Washington. 1 he case s oo.l continne,i to March -21th. Previous to the annual March meeting two sets ii i-tiniiaaiue loracieniuien were pal .n nominntlon, rithoiit reg ird to poli leal parties, souarelv on th.. round ol road or no road. Kach p irty had their .cue .viiraera in toe iiciu long ueiure the meeting; :iiat tlie nt road ptrty were overwhelmingly de- n.-.tu-i i ir.ie. wi il seeuis puoiic opinion was em ail itirally exnrcss;,! in fivorof the rial: that on ',ho -21th day of March the commissioners met at l.amh ,t Tarbcll's olhVe and in consequence of the reat numbers present soon adjou ned to Wood- iris ii in. tuo nearing oi testimony commenced March ittli nn 1 continued until and occupied some part of Thursday. Some sixty or seventy witnesseti i-siniL-ii iui ,ne man nun n tew lesuueu against, but those of any consequence who lebttllcd agulnst, nazen excepted), eleven in numbe , gave their nil lavits which were road before ihe court, their ..niva iiiiB.iiui4 in tins article, me nan was lit erally pscke l with puoplo, in tny ladies ho were lecply interested attending. The result was, from die testimony, there seemed to be but oue side to uiu c.tsu unit mat was lor tne rou'l. The comaiissionerSi well known men of high standing in public and private tile, abovo all suspi- ...... u.w. .'., ...um iuu ui tne ifroniiii. -eported unanimously that the public good and lecessity required the ro id to be laid u here the selectiuen had laid il and so the caso went before tho court. Tlie commissioners found ant bo Reported the land taken by the road and the ownership ot the same to ho ns found by tho selectmen particularly acreinbelore set lourla. Xhey uppraiscd damages as follows: llixby St Jones and Adams, who said to the com. inissiouers that they claimed no more damage than that given bv the selctmi n. ;L'i0. for uli l,ni. n,- ;lviu icei iui, anu .mi ior mat. ruev, by request ol counsel lor the mud, reporting that'lot sep rutely; L. Dickerm tu $! w; A. N. King Jioj. Tnoy wcru isituii m iiqmrt me ii image oi me -.ilxHi lot tl lting wned it, (which ownership tlicv did not Und, but ounn to tne contrary;, and they called it l.ai tiiui.iitc n uwiieii ov n. nir. lnev 11 iei-a v ir.it.. Kzra tVillis tja, and C. M. Lamb to, because V illis' small house an I Lamb's ntli.-.e were m. i.m.i yiken by tht road, hoLli dunning title bv lease unit inth liable an 1 obliged to move ithout oompenaa. ion on the owners of the land irivin them n.na..a I'liatlJ. Hy e, A. Davis. J. U. Ilacon of Chelsea nu ,i. a. lewksliury ol Itandoiph were called ipon to testify, as "Justice" asserts and t iat to the :rual value ol Km 'sun . Dickernt.-tn's lHn,l i t.,-i.u I'lie ashmisliuiunt of all land owners in the village .. ......... n..., .ii.iiu, wim ueioru supposea luey new something about the value ot their lunds may ie iiiiaginu.i. In the bistort- oi the vilimre iM,,.i i, .1 lever been sold ut such l.ibu ous nriees - dt.itt.t t!,r lie little strip I x5l L ot, Dickerman'a pent up lot, estllled to be wo. Lit relatively as much us his front ... u, iuu name oi&tj huo n ull tne new block up,. it. yne it itness ooiicncil mat a little by sating its ciaiito vaiue lo tne tvuole, builiiiiig antl ail, he iiiiiini put tttoiie-tuii-n. alio new building itself ould nut have cost iiiueh less than a -u hi i in. .... lut their testimony belnre me nut am quite sure 1 tlo nit nusiepresent. If I do I shall be glad lo set nem right beiore the iiulilic. I know l m i lnt iboilt the 111x50 feet Si 0 mi-iii. Ono witness af.nl ie was i ever in the ul.age before, but had gone ... und.,..,, ..,c u.110. ciniu iiynu, assignee ol u. Southgate in bankruiitev. so.d to A. x. Ktrnr tne rout lot 4ll.x'i(l feet. Ii online on two .tr....t- u ,n. u large twt -story bi i ding thereon and ihe liix.K) fett ncce, nun to.,t oeiore me lull ol real estate, lor 11450. King got g.Khj ilinurallee nionevnn tin. Iniinl. .ng nltme. hat would be the value ol'tuulrout lut i A.n teet, tvitu tuo basement and wall, as now tamllng.lt the In loot omen is u-.n-tlijui 9 v..i iisstiian i,uoo. nut justice" savs, " Men of ex. lenonce, ucqiiaiiitt-il Willi the value ol such uruner ,"elc. iiuit Llihu UjUu, A. Davis and J. 11. iaeon are associate directors in Chelsea bank vvilh . X. King was admitted Ity them. Dickenuan told an ions it'-suiis mat ne tvas now satlsucd. "lUStUe UdillltS 111. Itldlial su.isi,.,i,tlona tt it-iray tne opening oi mo street an I the suoscrip ion to-oav stands on baiter tu the aiiiiinnt oi ai ..v .ubstantial farmers and those llolding linporuint ...... U..-D a,g,ii,g iniei.iiiv. uiie ta.iy living in lassaciiusctts, owning property here, gave 5. "Justice " is tlllite correct Where lie sivs: "rnnn et the matter go before tho court," etc , and 'although tlie alii lavits cunt lined no new evi leni e." The astonishment of that cuunsel when .he court tveut behind tile report on t e partisan nu.i.ii i. ut 1'it-K.enunii aim niu, anil tne am. lavits il tne Chelsea men, Hyde, Dans and Ilacon. the tandolph man, Tewksbury, the Itoyaltun men, iradstreet, tviuslow. Hewitt. sniiMnste. i!. i. 'i',.p- iell, counsel, und Mr. Ilazen of tiartl'ord. coin. irises all the alii l.ivit- before the court. It is not iutlerstood that tho allldavits ol Hewitt, Soutngate r Ilazen went to tu,- needs of the road, but to titer mutters bearing on side issues, llazen's had elerenee in putt to its locution on tlie para. C. I. ..,l. , , ,. ,.,., ii in e.tcr ior tile puuuc 10 acute it ull on the common. ".lUStice" SllVS: " I" UOII ft View Of Hie evlilnnnA 'ncconipanlc i by u plan of the tillage, it is under' . stniul Hint .liiilvo l,,H..ir ..n.i i.. 7.. .i ..- - -I-- ..,, uu,tv .inn ur, lite OIllV members Ol tlltl COlirt. Wel'A lin mint, u, a in ' their deci-don in setting aside the report." n.i. .,et. ui tne eve. ence.-- ior tne road, of hose sixty orseveutv witn. ssns py.,iiihi.i i.ui-.,p.. .lie coii.niissioners did Judge liuriett and .In urn llllerhavev Mas tne nlnii tn.-nle liv tor nu-.... vhowus employed by Mr. King lo make it, a lull nd lair repiYsculutiun of all the points in t.ie vil age bearing oil the necessity and location of the UMt 1 ne plan was nicely executed und corr. ctly irawn, as lar as it went. Did that plan have a nark or a tiato of a recently made three or lour aot sidewalk, taca oil thcsi.icol'toe atr.-..tn.,ttrialiA uy block, and only about forty leet Irom my walk icross Ui il? No. Did that plan have a mark or race ol the very liiipor.ant fact of the 1 ication nt .nu iiunu ut too out street, oi mo st-ttles where the iMiblio of neceBBily hare to drive to have freight veuhc.li' Notala'l. I do not wish to reflect upon Mr. Ilazen for being mployed and piid by Mr. Ki ig. He tvas in duly jounii to nun i in ins work what they directed. As the lire ilion of tlie whole of the new street on '.ho .park was strangely urged, and its testimony was put in to that eiiect, a few words in answer: i'lie vast amount of l'r ght of p itatoes, grain, cat tle, hogs, horses and often lumber weighed on those tcaies and loaded and unloided Into und from tho are on the side track near llixby Jones' store though the entile, hogs und hoi sea are not genor. illy caned there) of necessity compels tho publ c to drive there. Now which is best for the public rood, lo Im t o the street us laid, or go four rods fur ther down tlie -iliaron road, still farther away from the direction of the acales and side truck, then turn it right angles on to n road through tlie park, to the v ondar. 1 Hotel road, then turn nt right angles igain back towards the old road, so as to reach tho icalca and track, making eight rods' extra travel and two sharp turns lor a very louded team, or ilher learns of those doing business on tho main .treet? Is there but one answer? When the community surrenders, or permits the whole uf a street to be laid across our beautiful park, when lenced and decorated not excelled on the line ol the railroad from llurlington to Mellows rails, for purposes uf a puhlio highway, it will be when Woodstock surrenders their park for the same purpose, anil when l..s thm. r!..., , people uatlier on our park, as that number by estl qiateilid last l-riitay.tocelcbrte tho declaration of indepen dunce. W illiam j. Takjiell. Sews and Gossip. The Doka of Argyle and his daughters arrived nostoa vealf rdav. Seaalor Bayard of Delaware will tail Saturday for two months' slay la Europe. The American Institute of Instruction held closing aeatloB at Kabysn s, Frltlay. Senator Tbnrnan and wife are traveling in New Englaad, being at present la Boston. It la believed that only live lives were lost by Ihe disaster ea LakeQuloslgamond, Friday. Captaia Eada rt-porla that work at the mouth of tha alltali-aippl river ia virtually completed. Tha wife of James Russell Lowell, United Stales minister to Spain ladaogeruuly 111 at Madrid. 'Prof, lllchard A. Procior.ihe English astronomer is about to visit the United States a second lime. Four murderaia were hanged last Friday, two in Vligmla, oue In Nonh Carolina and oue in Texas, Talosage isd rawing lot men ecrowdaathia Lnn. don exhibition, and It la stated that he is paid SaOu a uight. Manton Uarble was mxrrird In New York Ihe .Hh, to Mrs. A. WiUiatDs Lombard. It was noi loue in cipher. Tbera are no new oaes of yellow fever at Mem phis au I the g -nerai belief there Is that the citt Will escape an epideua c. The safety of the A lb mbra Is said to be impeiil etli the bill on winch the famous pa lace stands hav ug lately shown signes ol landslip. William II. Vaudtrbili is said to have enriched nis collection wnn an ad n ton fou.owa woitb ol paintings t.uilng bis recent European tiip. Sixty meailiets ol a Sunday-school got ion in the Mammoth Cave, and their lights bui ned out. Allei uur noui'S uf su.pensei they weie rescued. Daniel Butters A Co., of Montreal, the most ex tensive grain and produce exporters in Canada ire In ouunciul difficulties. Liabilities 00.0.0. i wo nuaeu cneruo, over tne portal of a new court hou-e at Rjckftrd Id., so offended th. Jioral seuie of the city that thev were chiseled off. i tie aggregate exiions oi petroleum oil this yea are Iji.ooooUagalusMS.OiAJ.iluigalljiis ,t Jeil over a million gallons are dally exported from X folk. AnnIB Brow n of Lowell, Mass., thought she hnd taken pru.aic add, and Isy down lo die In tront o ihe puiice station, but tbe tuepcctiug diugg si bun chualed her. Minnesoua celebrated the Fourth as the biccnlen ulalofihe discovery ol that unexpired wildernes tv Da Lath who planted the Fieuch fl tg there uu luiy , iiija. A lady ol Scotchtown. Pt., has a pet cat whicl takes its meals ut the tabic. It sits up at ihe lubl wnn a uiu pinneu arouud II, and is fed with liter spoon. The Elmira (S. Y.) cremation society has two lady members, and has collected about :JU0 towam budiling a furtiace. Theltev. Thouiaa K. Beechci is engaged in theente.pnsc. A torpedo boat attach id to Admiral Lnz ircff'i frigate, at Croustadt, was blown up while at prac tice, on Wednesday. Five mju were killed ami fourteen wounded, somo fatally. T. Thomas Vail, ex prpsldent of the Merchants' mm aiecnanics- uaax ol Li'oV. and nrcsiilent nl he 1 roy & Boston road, has made a general as signment for Ibe benefit ol Ins creditors. Tho spinners strike at Fa II River has now beet In foroe more than two weeks. The manufacturer lulm that they are gaining and the atikers losing gn und, and that now men are rapidly lining th, places ol the strikers. Paul Boynton says ho intends lo try going ove. Niagara Fails in his suit some dry, but he wll st go Ihroush tho whirlpool lapiifs below tht tails, having ulreidy been offered a large sum tt attempt tbe passage. MuMasters.au Oaij temperance lecturer, was aken suddenly PI on a railroad car, and a physic ian told him that a glass ol brandy was the onl- thing that would save bis life; but he relused l. tuke tbe 1 quor and died. A statement has been issued by lie War Depart ment, giving Iho number of muu furnished the Union army by each siato und territory from Apn 15, lStil. to the cloBe uf ihe war. It shows me ttlai number of volunleere to .be 2,678,9.17. 1 he Winceestcr repeating arn.s company and thi Providence tool company will send Hie last install ment jd,.i00,"00 worth of arms euu meted for bt the Turkish government to Constantinople in i few weeks. The entire contract aggregated A'.i.bVO,. Ono. The house of a miser who recently died 'U Rcrger. county, N. J., wasseatched and 5,0o0 found crested In odd nooks in difj'e.t ut parts ol ihe huusi iuclu dug gold aud silver coins black wlih age, om stute bank bills, and small paper currency Iseuctl du.iiig the war. Tbe anniversary of Iho battle of the Itoyne passed oniopcace in .Mtnireal. Luo d.ti ciul-astel suuogly with the same date last year, when Hi, city wus tu a state oi lU'moii. The Uraiigcmen n oilier cities made the usual deinonstialions, bu uo distui bancus are reported. A drove ol Texas steers bioko loose in Centra pai k, N. Y., Saturtlay, and luniimg through Hi streets, tossed a number uf people ou their hoiti and goitd several boises. I h"y also did sunn damage hi the puik. Some oi them wore killed bj me police and others wcru capluied. Mrs. Sarah E. Howe, who a year ago obtained divorce lium her husbaml, Col, Frank, E. How. cx-pension agent at New Ymk, was married th. to iii. ii. i. oijimn lloosa, n prorLineu libysiclan of that city, and a pi olessor in tne tuedi tail department of the Uuivei siiy ol Veimuut. ills now thought that tho new southern Pacific railroad may be completed by Iho beg.n aingof IHol i ne line liom the other side will piubably be e) temled to Tucson tins year, anil the lino irom Hi sine to tue mo tjranuc. liils w ill leave a gap ol oniy auout four noudred and nity miles which cui be easdy covered in a year. Tue moldcra, lio In number, employed nt tin Roatliug, Pa., batdwaro works, stiuck fur highe wages Salur.lay, and the p.upriclors notilleil Ihi n thai Iho woiks would be closed 'or a niuuih. It I rumored that a genera l slrike has been onleied ti pen. About lao moulders are employed at th. hardware woiks and foundeiles in lliul city. n New Y irk, S itur lay, a release w is re iortlea in ihe registers oftt e fiom Mrs. Annette W.(llicks) Lord tu Henry Day ami Clarence A. Scwaid, rustees lor the heirs of Taomas Lord, her husband who died In Fejrutry. Mis. Lord relieve. Uu Lord estate from all claims in consideration o ttti5,ooo which site accepts iu lieu uf aioo.ouo w ind Lord provided should be paid her six months ufie his death. Gen. Sherman wa. promptly interview ed on Ins arrival in M intreal. to a question as to his insi,unti A ' ,,,",'t lie sal J "Oh. 1 am not ,h .,,1VUtn,( metniuy brother, John Sn. rn, ,n ' l"i'T not want to be I'lesident. You can the most enijli:itii- kin ! ofn iu-,,i..i , Slv" lih a very big -JJ' if j ;k(r t .iheruisnive,;;;:; Ilo.,k..K,n hunion.nei.f Z ovt-rlia.l. eonsiiL H,;,, 111 opposite ""U lllu t: i, I,..,. "r,,l,ly as any tireil of HIV lite, anil .1.. i,..r ....... .'. 0 D"l worry me to death, us they' did 'ji lu Harrison, Linculu, ami olbeis J'l, not a doubt that these -e,i,lels picsuiuiii, men wu iuimiu"u.v l-in US-II I ill Vi An,i,r; . "Uo you thina he will IIU . dale? ' kod Hi,, repoiter. " ''Jl ".So; lie is counuilttjil lo poller. Uo wi 1 rutin, f, tviilt na iiiik.i. n- i . u"dr uieoiiieill. uo priciHieil hnu, and wi,l, , witrill liliti.n in ll,u ill' ...: .... 1 11 a .can 1001,.. bi.faras '1',1,,,.,, Ut.in,, , .a it woul.l ii avo been p,.,-5n:,My :, lui Ull' for III... to have l,- ,., ctl.,, ,. , . g pntMdent of the Uuit.nl Stales. 1 " ..Id, worn out p.,li,iein, ami it is a ,r. ihnifj lor l.imst li' ,,,,,1 evm. olll! Mr. Hayes wa., fkut.-.l. ,!, SlurUj 1 may be preMdeiit, but Ib.-y will UM,UV worry ins life out. IK- is u wj. .nan, who has been enjra.d in "Vnr( vii U ItH-iuen wor.hyol' bis t, t., na aecusloniud to state,inaiiliip n, , lllerg ol polilioal economy. Hu j, tmire, liHererit from niu except in one imi. ibat is, tha power of coiioeniraiinw eiieroit s Upon one givou point ,,n,l ., oblivious lo ull else." ' " The outbreak of the yc.l.y f,.ver nt Memphis has impressed ihe member, f lie national h,.,n, of health with the n.cessiiy of titkintr timely an, virr,,in dieastlies to prevent tho soi-ea I .,f n, Hpitlciuie. Under Uiu law, unnroveil ,. ho 2,1 of Juno last, tho powers ol' the ward are very coniprnliensive. they I,,.,,,, nutliorizeil lo establish a qtiiiraniino It.?. tween tha stutes. nn.i In remumi .i.. president to detail olli :ials Horn the several departiuunts to iiilorcu their re -tt. lations; iiutl half a milliim dollars Were .piu-i.pnatei fur their tis,.. a. Im thin he Now York quarantine hospiLil rin yellow fever has excited o .,,, ; dial eiiy. but 1'ruf. Chandler. P' e.sid,-m f lie .New lork board of healih. il,mi. thuro is no p-roun l fur fum-. I i. i, ...a. ... piarantine was eff.it tive, tuid houl, i,e lisease eaiii headway in the sonm en.T iflic moastires w. ill, I be taken to prevent is spread. Xow York was, lie elaiine. I, a leallhy city comparcil with other lir'n. centres, as the death statistics !..,. f. i'hilatlelphia nnd other tilae.ts tv.,,-.. .. uompleie. In his letter to tho lelebfating the Fourth of July in M int fomery, Ala., Gen. Jno Hooker wrote, il, ,i ae believed that, if a new party, ba ed on reconciliation ami honest nionev." eonl.l 'jc sinned by a few influential tit'zens, il would sweep the country at the nevt presidential election. There is trouble in the combinminn amps of tho Honorable liilks and demo- -ratio panics of California, limb l,..v ho same cantlidato for irovernor. but at ho s one of the jrreat himl inonopolists of the slate, sntl Honorablo liilks ure bitterly pposed lo limit) mononolv. thev nr., truck with tlie incnnsisiHintv nf In ,. .n. li.lacy iiinl talk of withdrawing i,;,,, Ill's would leave the ileiitoerot xm,,'. nilor-ed his nomination in a neenliai It- nice fix. TUE MARKET. The vendetta of local pride which lor years has aaid between Clnoago and Cincinnati maybe aid to be votuu ly sen led in favor of ibi laiter. Cincinnati has evolved a boy with a tail. The hap. py youth's name is Ueorgo llo'in, and tha caudal ppendage was tlltcoveicd by a neighbor while tpanking hun. It was about fouitecn Inches lone. bony but flexible, appears lo be a conlinua Ion of the bat kbone.is coveie I with hair four Inches long, anu ocorgc cuu wag it like a dug. Senator John B. Gordon Is a member of a rresnyterian cUurch near Atlanta, which reoi'ntiy ml in it: e. I a colored wotunn lo the I'ommiinion tnblo. Tho n n ator and Con gressman Chandler were anions the mem bers who look communion at tha mmo lime. The Atlmila report gays the mailer -caiiseti iiouio talK, nut was generally approved." General Piatt, the national candidate for governor of Ohio, declares there will he no split in bis party worth mentioning that only a few will vote for Ewinjf, as' tbey regard bim as a democrat Ewing's vole for Randall for speaker, I e says, settled his fate with the national party. There are many evidences that Piatt L right, not tbe least of which is Ewing's perturbation, lie has played fast antl loose between the two parties so lnrnr that neither ono has much confidence in bjin. Mrs. Hooper says in her last Paris letter to thi Philadelphia Telegraph: " Master Isaac P.cllJr. Ihe young nephew of Mi . James liorlon liennett of the New York Herald, Is jui live days old. Th. dav after the youug gentlctnau's udvent his unc't ualictl to see him, and laid on his cradlu 101 Uulteil -tales bonds oi (1,000 each as a christening gift oi rather a gift ol joyous arrival," according lo the old niediaeviul custom at tho accession of a ktng." There was snow in the air at Portland, Me., on the Fourth ol ju y. Sergeatit lloyl, of ihe Signal Seivioe, happened to boon the street at the lime an 1 oanlit sever il il ikos on his sU-uvit, Just be. foie 5 u'clock in tho afto. noon a cloud was ob served rising Irom tbe south. At the same lime another arose from the uoitbwest. The current oi wind which bore this along was cold, while thi opposing uurrent was warm an I saluraled with vapor. These two Intermingled, aud the elfout wus the formation of orystals ol snow. A Portland, Oregon, dispatch Bays: James Car. don antljehn Howell, (rem Astoria, britg tbe sensational story of die wreck of tbe British baik Pauline, from a south American Port near Gray's baibor, wilh a Iobs of twenty of her crew. The captain lost his bearing during ihe night and the snip went ashore on a reef with a fearful cra6h. Cue olliiors were ptnlo stricken, the boat was swampe and the men were swept away. Canton anil lloweli were thrown ashore by the waves hall dead and claim lo be the ouly survivors. No vestige of tlie ship remains. One of the celebrated cases on me lioal books is thutof the Frenchman, Alexis St. M.rtln, who, In June, in No. thorn Mlcnigun,accl lentlv receiv ed a charge of buckshot in his side, which so laid open ihe stomach that food could at will be t jected ibrongh tne orifice, and Dr. Iteamnont studied the villous phases of his dhiesiion foryeaia by ob serving the expo.ed surfaces, liut some readers may out know that SI. Mai tin is still living at St. I'homas Canada; that, though seventy eight years old, he Is halo ami hearty; that the orifice In his stomach Is still open; that he has had seventeen childnn and has survived them almost all, and via i ne is now so poor mat ne is unable to Join bia wife, who lives In Oakdale, Mass. Henry Phinn, a boy aged nine years, fell from the roof of a live story tenement bouse in New York while Hying a kilo, Mon lay. lie struck the slate' roofuf a building 4) feet below, smashing several of the slates and making a perceptible indentation, from the spot where he struck he rolled to ih e.'geoft.e roof and down toward the pavement, another headlong Jiurney of U faeu lustoad of tasning nis uraina out against the stone nsvemenr I as might have been expected, tbe boy atrnck be tween tQe htads of a tnam nf hnr... r..n truck Dole.andaiuirwihr.tin. ... . " i lots, Buao.s; Msekerel, 13c; salt rish.C .nl, uc i a, . iow seoonna Salmon, SUluo K It,: rripe, 12,'c; It ivo-mnt: dropped aofily to the ground. lie tu i.iki. Oil. I gallon. J0.-1 i-ntaitnaL. i.n-uei. i.:.5rcf)0i-,; when picked np, and did dot seem frightened at hi Nl" bnshel.soo; Daoy, itjiNo Ih; Siuai fearful experience. Ills rof.i,..a ..a .k- . . 'eHiied,9loi,c; brown 7t8,i, doiases, l gallon, .earn,, experience. Ills forehead and the baek of 8. oviiVj; Maple sugar. ,od)8o;Syruu. 7 gallon, his head were cut, aud his body severely brnlsed "80; Tea, 0-.,i7S; Coffoe, Old Java roasted. u ni. uones were Drakeo, however, and It ia ' ' r th.ha.eao.pod any aeilou, X. txYtT. '.eported and tetegraphrd ex pretty fvr lie Un;n Mutiitiatil tree man. B03TO.V CATrLE M.VRKEr. AT CAMBIiriXIE AM) HliKiMTON. For the weekending Tumtay. 3vly VJhAy lt'n v ',. At market this week, .vim' B.hjj i ,n ' lust wees 4 .171 1i,7.H i-. i'J .Ul one juitr a,iiO 5,,ijif 7,.o. PKiCf58.-it.3tif Ciiri.l.'-Kvtrn i , t nn-l lu- Vy u...u u.aj.j ui s truth v. it, Ull, I ItV , -fjU-J-IO ill l 't ( il ,, I - l.il wji'h .ii hi l , i.tl. 8 I: J' MB, iv.ontn ft Ii ?nn., UllCL'-JU.tl. l. iOfXj.OI If 1 0 i a. on mv anil (Iitissei In. nl. A ,.t,, W-iikutx Ox-mi tl.UuM f iMir, ut lo men value it ij-ei. H.nH u Hlli'.ti O I-, fair qn;ilu, iJ.ifi;-. c tin im, wuti -ir without u,tlve-, m .v ;nriw iimi uiitiuitrv . $iuu:', sn rtiu ' , I' ll .1-111 f, Illllf, l.t.ifj-, o . 111). Miet-i uii-l J.aiiiu (.;nii'i 4 "fi;.: cxn-i ic. pot Itj live rtuiiii,, in- -fj 7) ',.y i j lii-.dl MittoD- Vuil ,iiL, im it .:;rui t.it.nv f nt hfs, 4.i tiuj. ., i:vf w.'-uut Veal CnlveM ;I..iU 4.7 in m- 1(. Hiiiuii Ui ifctium, btirt ; i-.-iunrv '..l- . - . C;df kitit, nm. r.uir, . , ; i uui.m'i rehi uii wool un, inuo.i i,:tii vncu. ItKM ItlvH. Siii(jlits um .inm fur, ,, "(i.m wen hit yen-emiy .tml tu,,iv hi- iil ImiMjer to the lia-lu ut the opeunuf. 'I'tic.-s ind ,k,u"i " vsici . eoit rn r-i,ipiu'3 ,n i- rxiiecu'il iimi uuicuers me tMliJing utt'iir uuv lih',. C . ;iviu Jfc Sun iK iwi li.y-iivu -iet;i, jiih-h w. I 'll '7 i'M r.s.ui .Vto fcsvi, hve; A. N .viuu m.Vi im. itnee lcer, xvei;i;e ,JU fc, i(l , , !IU i LAeni-8. vi-n r?ieer. HveiHj?" l."!! it b at (;','i; k ft, I. U. .Mrgeut sol i mx ox.sii, weum .HW Itu, it t4.5: -uuwt. IMcm on live h,i,-, .tii vll:,a ule.1 lower Ly ;v; f lb in 1 lnt lVfel. I'liem .v q.nie a diu.pl i'imui V. nn ,,t- an- .sc.v k. v. W. Auatm si'iii aixl- me l.iiulis, jivrrdKe 41 Ins it 0-4 0 6 tt,;.J .v. '.luiiviy bt.i-l one Uuu.iu'U nii-i me l.imb-, HVeiaaeft4l nt ti''e it f , .,, ilV, u-ty-eilii8iiuuio.. bhtep, vei ii- iu iuu, at -It; p It.. it ii HOSTOX MARKET. FLOUU-Ti.e tu tikel i jir t,t -Hi.' le il.'lina t7iii V n li .1 I n- nit .oiioB, wmi me exeeimoii ti iw We.-u-m t.vrif, wlin'U ure sratce and watiieil f.r Km iiiifan t-siim l it qiiue lull mikc. he beiiei euiiiiuiiu m mooeiMle (liniaiKi fit. i, i um hoiuu Inidf. mi-Mlif lt-elm aiiu.HK HuIiih r u Imie .-.Ii.mi t Iu-Ilv. .wina t.iiueMiijsi.k-n e ut uio ve.lo.v Kvur pink' tntl favuiabl.- aecouiltn hnm ain;nl, Mhn-li n.nu .cvnvn iuu nuv; 1 1 titj in Wtlyi it V i vVe noli ait-sol Wet in mhihi iim. ; !mimn oxlras, 3 ti-'i ti.l 'lt ; n.. uuon i'u.. t.T.'i; iinJ oiiuu;c uo,, -i.!ii( i 0 f ii,,, iu ' ..iinui riniieo MUliH-.-uia UaK-'i'B l)iiiu.l Stutiyi.l vinter wheiitK are ct'hm ai !.;. ,i 5 i..r Unio ami .liehinait....TO.MHt r.ji ln.li.niitau.1 Mm.o, :ni.l tf- 7.mn.i B lblior --i, Lnuta the out-i.ie 1 :11c i-m a ifc-vl nuy biauUs. V nner who .1 p.itenu art! M-li-uittin a -man wav l ii.att7.."i, ami Spi we wt lo.ai 'i.2nitiii0 bol.a lew 1 mey br.uM- .'".-..' 'f inxheriii small Ma, Ke rt.iur, curn meal a.aleal iijuiil arcquiel an I uilohaiueij. Hit IN I'lie Com iuu kt i tu qii'ct an l ste.i-lv, wuti veiy inuileram siufks ami reeetpis, ami a I nr leimmj IV0111 me lueal Untie fur vuv e.it rt-qunv .neiili. The inqiiny tVoui Mn pp.; is u.,a ut-en eut-rk-el to Home exu in by (he aiiv.ai :e iu tn-ean fii-iKiii", inl 8yiiipiiiai.i ol' we;ikes in Hie etilli uliirkL'ts, owiiu to laiKe ftnl val- tnei e. 1'ncei are iiliotit uiat lial ulianne. Ve quoie the raiiiiO ai 4Si.tit! j lil.)el lur 1niK.1l anil coiuiiion vellow : W in im il-...i for hi lib ntixe.l toaruve anil .'ii Un..- t... ,...t- anil No. 2 luixed lor expoii, ime un uoanl. o.tts am qolet hiiU uiiehauto t. will) cha mi..i'hLii.uj exetiuiiH'iii, ami buver ami mlkis raili.-r apmi 111 neir views, rtequoie au. i imxet at 4 all lit-; No. I iIohihI No.ii wbllo at 4il'ti;; No. 2 wuiUtal &4t:W,; iHo. 1 while at 43 'i lie: anil i.vi. trn,. ai 4.'ojpJc If biiHhel. Ke, liauey and Mill eed are quiet and uuciiaiv.' il. FiiOi'Uo. 1 he m.ukt't it) quiet lor a'l lo'Itti ' mlicles umler Un ueatl, ami ( ici-s an wuii.ul matenal otmne. U.ijry phhIucis aiy uull and a -iM-ie easiei, with icueiput in ex -css in euueiil irade it qui it mi 1111. Kh-b 111 h Bt;aie initl li.m Hi. lull prevtuus iat..-.. Ne. IViaiuc ae e.-iiu,.- 1.11- witni quite lit-elv. :iti l llie itnilii.ct n' 1- Uou nwaiO. P.tiJvllOVS. The PrtrkiiTirkft CMilinni's 1I11I! ami uueit-uieil.iD view ot the t-huip i. etine in pi ic ti ol all hu; piotiueiH in the Vft.ieni partu..; erU'rus. nieu ih support eu t ie nut 10 the vo low 1 ver panm an-l prospective f tiling t Q'iu -ouilieni Uiviv. llul tlie 00-t ol piuil ci kid tins not Deceit 111 ile" l.il reduce. I, an 1 hence local UiieUui s ... n .i ,ii.,...i toeoiue Uowii lutiun, but ate looktiiK lor a piv K ivcoveiy iu jmees. rto imte b,iI,h uf uvfia ami tin ill lo's pi lmt. ami exu ix pi line Mrk ai i'.i nt iiie-.0 10 0 7-;luui; em clear, Mi Or 1 1 ,jU;ikiI cut 1I0 ?115.iul2oo; backs HiWiiij uj ,VI dui. Ntnokil iik-hU am in i-1iji.Iv ih-m 1.1 1 ...t,i ilnn .i 7Hc lor UibB ami iSiioul iers ami : ,loe t-ei lo mi laine an-i binall 11. hub. Lnr l is tu uii.ie aie iimiifa ami eaner tf WSu per lb I ti ro-tou nml WeBleiu lemlereil. UrmMM H. ,ln l i 3H0 per lo lor oily UitHaed. a to uoalwy H"' weiuui. iR'ei m in yooit iieiuaml imkI , are linn nr. etpeiiall lor tim ohiprin if.mle. W' quote Mesa at 4f.KM'ln;exua hhs bub jd, Lnn iv 11 fxuili, new plate lia.-l ..0 per lihi. aUUAlt. Ihe raw market ih verv linn, with ritlliei HQ UllWai'tl tttmlniii'.v 111 in ti'..,. ilnn 1 . :.v. e-l nuprveuient in Loiplon ami a luitlur a-lvanci' heteiiithe itilneii a Hole, qn -iu 1 m lair, ami HVo p th for itooil rellimuz era. leu. Hph sales lowdav of 178 hhilb Miriu.iin 011 01 iViiie lei tia - - lieUueil BiirfiiiB conitiitie in ntit ve ilt iujim. unti pi cea are inm at Uiu mitmiid Ihj.l mit. ii. v note bUlCO IVOIU UlHl llMlltlft III MHIiiIhiiI I'lilD-kUl h7.t' powdcied at HVr: irii.iii,l.,ti.tl 1,1 Ki.i.. tMnilMni A cuffeo ciublicii, oK),c; ,io txira c twii.Sieiiltt exlia yi'llow U a.'to.'j.u; ilo ',:l.i C lt),utiHiJi an-l K'tl'leQ yellow ty,J,c tf !). WU iled.il i-,k;oi iric:a art) Sc itbjpo ibtst) iiuolalltius . MONTl'EI.IER MAUKKT. RETAIL PnlilR For tht wwk ending Tuexdav.jHl ib, Itiil.. Apples rlrlol ne5 7o m; ilniiur, larfiw. Bcel' 4 flft-itki ; Heel', tlrleil, srreco wtnaltl.-'ltS I'ort, Iresh, rwlJJie; I'urk, null, lUe; Hum, I.V; l anl. lJtrj Vt-al. 6liitj Mean., . Ull-li.l, JSJlt'. Corn $.18 ; Corn rneul, if I.U His tl.tM; Ual ' bilnriel. :lAI10c: tlmi hlil.. aiiaKiirl.iNi: ciaik a.s, tMb; i.oal, toa, 7 Jonooasi; Chiwi-r, It SfltliKj; Klwh Fresti Cixl. tlruaitu'l Iim: Halibut, .irMs tiMtl fM'l, ! rk.Jviriruirn -Se'