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j.Tolinliiry, VI., rrlilaj-, Oct. 18, 1SK3. AVeather Ilwonl. IliiiKliaiu's druc store, for tlie l k onding Octobcr I, ISSJl. Jllglirst. I.owest. Dirsday, 50 2t Iav, 4i 'Z7 lurdar, ."1 17 liday, .-VI IS Imlay, lil r.i sd;iv, i;i IU hlnesday, 7H !( further Local and State News iee fourth page. Hratlloy Harlow iviw in town over rnlav. II. 0. Moore i connt'cti'd with tlie hilionc exi'liaii'jc. Tlio aiitilliiii foliage lias 1ic;ii qililc lilillo tliis seusnu. i-T. Spencer lias adnptod tlie stiiiidard of tinie. Tlio I'ussitiiipsic road sold 117 rts lo Hoston lnl week. Mrs. .lcaiinrlto Wallace ol Harton ; Hipraiio at tlic- South cliuicli nn iilay. II. llerri.k antl K. A. Hilsliy aie Slllllllg mr uiusiral couventioii al 1 iugtnn. It is exprctcd tliat tlio new depot ,11 lic paitially occupicd by tlie lirst IICt Hlfli. Tlit) ni'W stainlaid of linii! wcnt into t oii tlie Lake road at tuclvc loek. Wednesday ni-rlit, Oct. 10. An cxtcnsion ol'alxiitt fifteen ioils tli oii Cn'CM stiert lias been laiil aml tlic woik ol' railin is in ll'SS. Tlii "IIiMorj of tln- 1'iiitcd Stutes" Uen of l:i-t ucck is iiu'i-tin-r with :i Hal i it i in li iiiii cilizcns. :is inerits of tlie liooU deserve. ,1. 1', Town of Washington, III.. i'HS hi niil-i'riptioii aml savs : "1 lii'rn a suliM'riber for tuenty-livc is aml eanniit Io witliuut it now." Jolin K. DollolV of Sl. .loliiihlnin neciircd a pciision of I a moiitli '."!." arteaiH, aml l.'aiisiiin (). Sinilli Lunenburg $ I a inonth aml .f.-7."i a rs, Tho laM ganm of ball of tlio season I 1- ilayi'il oii tlic Fair giounil oii inilax aftriiooii, Oct. I.'I, hctwcoii MiiHeis of St . .lolinslmry anil the letics of I'.aiiict. ('. I). I'hrlps a foiniiT ciunlnyc iu ('iih(Uiniii)i ollice, lias hcciiuie oue Bthn pioprirtois of tlic I.ancustcr l.'c- ililicaii, siiecreding ('. K. CiiHingiN. tlii' lirin iiainc being (J. 1). I'liclpn Aliout ti'ii of tlic siiigrrs of thc Iplist I'lmri'Ii uill he cntci taiiicd iiii'HiIay evoning, Uct. Il,ly Koslci jStcvcns at Sl. .lohnsbiiry (Vntie. Iy will '" 11 laifji' roai'li, aml a mil timc is as.-iiui'il. Tlm .M. K. iiiaiti'ily nn'ctinK will liclil iit Mnnic liall nct. Siiiiila.v. 1 pii'siiliii-; clilcr will lio inrsi-iit. bo naiti'ily fonffii'iico uill lic licld tlic M. K. iai'Mii)ac oii Satuidax I'liin, at, 7..'!0 o'clock. Tlm wifo of Kcv. I r. liottomo ol iw oil;, ti'inporaiily stoppin in Swii, avc tlic IailU's ol tlus placc two Sry intcioMiiig aml instructivo Itililc Iksattlic Nortli cluucli cliapcl last ll iilay aml Momlay aftcriiooiiH. A ili'lcation fiom Cliaiiilicilin fjistwill iiistitutcaCA.K. jMistnt Wost Itiiicoiil, 'riinrila cvuniiiK, Oct. II. new post will lc iniistcicil iu lrv Kmt ('oiniiiaiHlcr Cinsliy, aml llic Iiovk tuii tlim post will p ovci in ISryantV i;o ciiacli. Tlicio was anotlicr ilcatli liy dipli- I'lia at l'addock villai W'cdncMlay. (!aidim i- irl was siipposcd to 1m !- ieiiii; fiom tlic diM-a-c, liut v:b Bililcnlv takcn woimi aml dird. Wc ivc not licaid of any ollicr cascs of ijis disva;-c in tlic placc. Svi iiif;l'u-ld Kcpnlilican : "An un- jiil uiau ulio saw tlic ro'ciit cnraniii- 1'iit of cniioiit militia at St. .lolms- dcsciilicd tlic rcvicwiiiji ofticcvs : 'Onc is tlic ovcinoi-, two aic govcrnois aml tlic ollici scvciitiM-n II want to lic "ovciiiois.'' Tlic in tlic scliools in cliargc i)"tli! Sistcrs (il'Coiiicu'alioii dc Xotic iainc, to tlic iiiiinlicr of over onc liiui- ).'!, cnjoycd a liaskct pit-nir at llaiii- Lill Wcilncsiday. Tlicy niaiclicd tlicic In t liai;"' of tlicir icspcctivc tcaclicis. ll" tlic. wcatlicr on I'lidav aftcrmiou of liin wcck is plcasant, tlic liovs in tlic nls liavc a iiicnii'at tlic sainc placc. I Tlic aiinnal nicctin of tlic Slatc uaclicrs' as-iK'iatiiin will lio licld at Sipital liall, .Montpelier, Oct. iil, 2Ti, aml "7. Tlic imlicatioiis aic tliat Ilie hcssions will lic iiitcrcstin, aml liosc liaviii" tlic airaiiucincnts iu tliaicc dcsiic a full attcmlancc of rlicrs. Kctiim cliccks will Ic ivcn ivcr tlic railro.uls, aml lioaid at rc- i-d nitt's will lic pioviilcil. I lic datc of tlic pioposcd iiiusical (invcntiou is ct iini'citaiu. Tlic c- I'litiri; coiiiuiittcc liavc writtcn to W. f. Slierwin, askiii liiiti if lu can -on- lact tlic couvelltioii Iicic ou tlic wcck B Nov. iH, lint lio answcr lias liccn ic- l ivcd. II' lic caunot comc at tliat timc, 1 will lc ncccss;iry to pustponi tlic Suvcution for a fcw iuoutlis, as tlicrc Kill not lic an oiicuin" for it imtil iu i-briiary. L. !. aml Mrs. I'lint liaxc liccn on L vi-.it lo tlicir miii iu Daiilmry, Conn., land wlicti tlic licll of tlic Soutli cliuicli Inm ou Siimlay, it was icinarkcd tliat a new lianil was at tlic liell-ropc Mr. Il'lint liad not liccn aliscnt ovor Siimlay Ilx foie for tnany ycars. Wlicn lic rc turus aml lluds tliat tlic town aml tlic Imilioad clocks aic sixtecu niiuiitcs Iapart, lic will tliink tliat lic has awoko I'rom a Hip Vau Winklo hk-ep. F. M. HatcJi of East llerkshire, a grailuate of tlic St. .Tnlinsbury acadcmy in tlic claRS of 'AJ, f tlie Boplioinore olass in Dartinoiitli colloj;c, recontly won two silvcr inedals for luaking the quii'ki'xt 1IH) aml 220 yards ruu in tlie atlilctic r.ices. Tlio 100 yards ruu was mailc in 10 scconds, sccoud le hind tlic fastcst tiino on record. Tlm 2"J() yards ruu was made iu 2fl secomls, tlnce st'conds licliiml tlio best tiuie. Tlie Kalatnazoo (Micli.) Daily Ga zettc givcs an cxtondcd accouut of a liicnir tliat was licld at Galosbnrg, Sept. "7, ly tlic l'ionocr society of Kalatnazoo county. Frank Little, son of Ileiiry Little, who lias written sevcral articles for tlio Caledoninn rcla tivc to tlio carly liistory of Vermont, piescnted tlic legrcts of liis fatlicr at liis inaliility to lic prcscnt. Mr. Little, senior, is now in liis ciglity-sovcnth ycar, and wiitcs a very clcar aml lcgi Iilc Iiaml. I'ci-soiiiiI. Misses .loscpliinc Stoddard of Wasli ington aml Ilelcu Stoddaid of Itoston liavc liccn in town tlic past wcek visit 1 1 1 T tlicir sistcr, Mrs. Frcd. K. t'arpen ter. (Jcorgc Ilidilen aml Artliur K. Clark, liolli of tliis placc, startcd for Florida Tuesday. Mr. llidden lias somu intcr csts theic alrcady aml oxpccts to rc uiain uutil aliout tlio lirst of Jauuary. Mr. ('lark niay convlmlo to scttlo iu tliat stale. Tliey sail froin Itoston Tliursday afternoon. S. (J. ISusIi of Coaticoiik, 1. (., foi nicily of tliis placc, was in town tlie pteseiit wcck ou liis way liouic fiom a tiii lo liiiiliiiton, Hostou, ctc. iVi'W 'I'ime 'I':ilil' ou tlic I.:ilt lo:il. A new tiiue-talilc gocs into cllect ou the Lake load Thursilay, Oct. 10. Tiains for tlic east leavc St. .lolmsliiii v as follows: Mixcd, !l.i0 a. in.. mail -.."ill, mixcd .'i.IO p. in. Tiains for the west leave St. .lolinsliury as follows: Kvpiess !i.:t(l a. ui., mail . .".", uiail train loi Hyde I'ark at l.'ill i. im. Mixcd tiains leave Liiiiciiluirg for St. .lohns Iiiiiv at li.00 a. m. aml I.l.'i i. iu. . A. K. ;aiiil-I'ii'. Cliamlieilin post, aro arranging for canip-lirc in Miisic liall tlio lattcr parl of tlio moiitli, which tlicy inteinl shall lic tlio licst onc. over held lv tliis The atlractivc fcatuio of tlio jratliei in;; will lio a concort of war son-;s liy a doiihle inalc (inartctte, iimler tlio direction of II. II. May. Theso com'eits weic very popular in tlio citics wherc tlicy wcrc fjiven lasf season, drew Iargo umliciiccs, aml proved very siiceessful in a linancial point of viow. Thcio will also lio an addiess liy t'apt. II. V. Lull of Mont pelier, picpaiod with espccial lcfcrenco to cainp-tires, on "Uciniiiisct'iii-cs of tlie Aimy." Short aildi'esscs will lio inadn liy local spcakcrs, aml tho wholo will mako up a pro;rammo of cxeeptional iuteicst. 'I'hc I.ccliirc Coiirsc. Owiiif; to tho latcncss of tho timc that soiiio of tlic cuga;cnionts for tliis year's course of lccturos havo liccn closcd, aml to tho iact that all aro not yct cntirely scttlcd, tlic iidvcrtiscincnt. of tlio Y. M. V. A. lccturo courso docs not appcar tliis wcck, as tlio (oiiiniittci! Iiail hoped it uiight, ; liut cnoilgli has liccn douo so that tho pulilic can get a very ciili"htcucd idca of what is in ston' for thcm tliis scasou. Oatcs havt: alicady liccn lixcd with I)r. Josoph CookGeo. K. Wendling, Ksq., Will Carleton, tho famoiis "Farui llallads" man, Wallaco Itruco and II. II. Ko; a I'clclinited illustratcd lecturor, and the coinuiittco aro well a.ssiued that thcy will add to thoir list I)r. J. A Sti'vi-iison, niaUiii"; six lectures. Thcy liavc also mado datos with tho Caniila 1'iso Conccrt coiupauy, lUaisdcll's Or- chcstra, twclvo jiicccs, with Miss Kni ina IIowc; tho Schuhcrt Quartctto and Miss Alla I'ease, alto,.Mrs. .1. P. Wal kcr, sopiano, aml .lolin Iloward, accoui ianist, aml arc iu hopcs to till up tlie i'oiii.-c of len cntertainuionts with the Li.-lemanu Concert company, with wiioin thcy aio now neirotiatiii; : if not thcm, sonic company cqnally as good if thcy can lic seciiicd. Thcy liavc ilcciilcd to pilt tho tickot for tliis excellcnt course at. ?2..'i0 oach which incliidcs a lcservcd scat, and whcn tho pricc of tho foitr conccrts is t4ikcn out, as thcy would usually cost ahout lil'lv ccnts cach, it Icaves a sniall siiiii for a liuo lecturo course. Th choicc of seals will lic sold at anctiou as tlic ciistom has rcccntly liccn, ncxt Tiicsday cvviiiii, at Miisic liall, licgin ning at cight o'clock, aftcr which plan of tho liall can lic foiinil at ('. C liiiigliaiu's aml T. C. Sieucor's. A I'liiloi-iu Sl:inl:irl ol" 'I'inie At the picscnt tiino thoro arc two staudaids of timc iu iiso iu tliis ihico tho staudaril adopted tliis wcck liy lxitli railioads aml tlio postoHico aml the om; that hasliccn iu usc hcretoforc Tliis state of ntl'airs will causo confiis ion as long as it is so. Thero is rcally nn good icasoii vi 1 1 v all othcr intcrcsts should not follow suit and sccurc uiiifoim staiidaid. If all tlic clock and watrhcs weie sct liack at once, no onc uould lic ahle to p--rccivc tho ilif- fcrence. A mcutal calculatiou whcn onc wants to kuow whcn trumsarriv aml lcavo aud uiails arrivo aml closc is au iiicoiiveiiiencc, to sav tho Icast Tlic olijcct to lic sccuicd ly tho adop lion of tho new stamlard isan excellcnt onc ; and, as tho movcim-nt luis liccn iiiaugiiratctl, tho only way to sccuro iiniforui timc is to adopt tlic now stand aul. Tliis iniht lic rcadily acconi plishcd. Tlio town clock should lio at oucc si't liack to rorrcsioml with th railroad tiino, umpiestionalily tlic cor porations would soou follow suit, aud tho inatter would lic scttlcd. Sonic ilefiuitc partieulars in rcgard to the new staudaril aro given in an artielo on tho fourth page. It will lu scen tliat aluiost tho cutiro railroad intcrcsts of Vermont havo adopted th new timc. The autlioritics of St. AI lians liave wiscly concliidcd not to hav two ntaudards, aud liuve set the tow clock to conforni to tlie new etandard. Tlic Burlington autlioritios liavo taken tlie samo cotirsc, and tlie clocks on tlio Uuitarian and Collcgo strect cliurcli towcrs and in tlie pulilic sclmols aro regiilatcd ly railroad timc. Tliis Hiuiplitivs tlio lnattcr in tliose places, and tlio scttlcinent of tlie question of uniformitv iu timc is assurcd. Disaslrons JFire at I'assmiipsic. 'I'lie Bnsiiicss of llic Villae 1Vicl Out. On Sabbath tnorning, aliout threo 'clock, tire broko out in tho Cusliiiiaii pulp-iuill at I'assituipsic. ul iu ahout two liours that uiill, a s.iw-inill con nectcd, tho rako-factory of Sinith & Galliraith, and tlio llouring-uiill of E. & 11. K. Ido, woro all totally de- stroved. Tliis iiicltiik-d all tlio lnanu- facturing of tho villagc. Aftor fighting tho liro for ahout ouo hour, a mcs- senger was dcspatched to St. Johns- mry, whcro au alarm was souuded, aud a portion of tho fire dcpartmcnt spondcd with Torrcnt engino, but boforo tho engiue had gone far, a tele- honic uicssago auiiouncc'd that tlic firo had spcnt itsclf aud hclp of tliat naturo would lio of no avail. Tho liro was discovcrod ahout the cliininey of tho pulp-niill hy two inen ho woro in tho building "clcaning up" alter tlio workuieu Iiail qiiit at. twolvo o'clock. Tho mon wcnt for Iielp, but it was so long hcforo pcojilc coulil lic aroused that tho uiill was -(iiuplctcl in llaincs beforo niiicli liclp irrivcd. The llanics sprcad to tho iw-mill, thon to tho rako-factory and thcnco to tho grist-niill, whoro tho liro was stoppeil. Cousiilorablo stock iu ic uiill was savcd, and ncarly all tho uiacliiiicry aud stock iu tho rako-fac-torv inight havt; liccn savcd had not Mr. Galliraith lockcd tho doors aml eil tho pcoplo to spcnil tlicir cucr- ics in savin tlio buililing instcaii oi icinoving tho contcnts. I'ho pulp-niill was owncd by George Cusliuiau of l'assunipsic aud rrancis A. C'ushuiaii of Lcbanon, X II., and i-as insurcil, building and niachincry, :;",(00, which a unt will reiliico tho plant, yct. their loss is cousidcrablo iu inlciTiiptioii of businoss, ctc. Tho ikc-factory was owncd hy Ilugh Sinith aml Waltcr Galliraith, aml thoie as no insuranco on cithcr buililing or contcnts. Their loss niust tio lietwcoii two aml threo thoasaml dollars, and it. falls hcavily npon nicn who aro little iblu to bear it. Tho loss of E. T. & K. Ido will roach .(i,(MI0, and their insuranco is .ji.ihmi. jacon 1110, inc ither of tho ownors of tho mil 1, and tho owncr" hcforo thoin, was proseut at tlio firo and workcd hard iu saving propcrty. Ho camo to l'assunipsic scvcnty ycars ago, and his fathor he- forc hini was tho inillcr at tliis samo uill. Tho firo ovidontly cauglit froin an ovcr-hoated chiiuuoy or stovo fiiuucl. Itisuot kuowu if any of tho works dcstroved will bo re-bililt. It is an xccllent wator-powcr, and thero is talk that. a largo pulp-niill coinpauy niay purchaso tho eutiio powor. In my oveut, it is iiuito a blow to the busincss prospority of tho little villago of l'assunipsic, which had for the last ycar or two bcen "picking up" con- sidc rahly. Ahout a dozcn nien witl faniilies aro thrown out of eniploy- iiient. Siniiiiicrville. E. L. Hovcy is digging anotlicr cel lar ncar W. P. Challco's, lireparatorv to building anotlicr house. His uiill is repaired, and ho is again rcady for busincss. Brunell has the frame of his new house on Elni strcct up tliis wcek Drouin's house is nearlv rcady for oc- upancy. C'omluctor Powcrs aml fanii ly, accoiupanicd by Mrs. Frank Uire uc iu Hoston tliis wcck "iloing" tho fair aml looking at. the now stylos of inillinciy. Austin IIowo aml family havo bcen cntertiiiuing friouds fiom Illinois. Sinieou lloyt has rcccntly hceu visiting the sccncs of his youth in Salem, Mass., and contiguoiis jilacc E. Iticharilsou aml wifc havo bcen ongagcd by Fnmcis Kichardson to look ifter inattcrs at tho Willoughby lakt placo a ycar or moro. Thero is quito : farui aud stock thcrc, and wo scc rcason wby Fayetto would not do well The loss of Eflie Goruian was a se voro lilow to the parcnts. Sho wasono two sistcrs of ncarly tho samo age who lillcd quito a placo in tho hcarts of hcr assoi'iatcs and neighbors as well as in the lainily. The ropairs at the Fork works aie completcd, aml business as suiiies its gencral asiicct. Busincss in tliis scction seeuis to be in a healthy comlition cvery oue having enoiigh to do. Althoiigh we now havo aniong us i lawyer, a doctor, and a niiuister uono scem to lie m a quarrel, or sick or vcrv sinful. Wc l'cel that tliis is worth spcaking of. Ilast ICiirko. .Mrs. K. Tute has rcturnvd to h liome in C'aiubridge, Mass. Mrs. Biirn- liaiti, sho that was May Williams, gor to hcr hoino in Lake Village, X. II. Wednesduv of this wcck. Willie and Xellic Jenkins havo gone to Mauches ter, X. II. Frank Holuics of Water town, Mass., has iiiincd his familv at his wifo's lirothci's, George Latliain's for a week's visit. 1 he ladies ot tlio .M. L. cliurcli i:o pose to organizoa niito society. Qnar terly lnceting two weeks froin next Saturday and Simday. I he tjooil lemplars aro liaving very interesting incctiugs. They havo liuo orchcstra. Corii-hiiskings aro all the fashiou' here. U'cst Itiii'kc The state superintendont of eduea lion, assisted by Supcrinteudent Algc of Burlington, held au educatioual mecting hero on tho oveuing of Oct. !$ aml day of tho 4th. The ovcning was takcn up by tho geutleuicn uauied with lectures. The Ith was taken up iu dis cussing various topics, intorspcrs with questious by teachers present and othcrs, also class exercises by classes fiom the school here. Tho mecting was well attended and was interesting ' and profitable. Revs. Cushing of East : Burke and Owen of Lyndon Ceutre were present and assisted in the exer- . cises D. . Deusniore, late of tlie linn of Densiiiorc & Sinith, lias bought II. L. Doyle's grocery busincss, and is at once to tako posM'ssion. He will add a line of boots and shoes to the stock. Deus niore has also bought tlie X. S. Colby blacksniith shop, aud will use it at present for a store-bouse. L. W. Green lias bought the Poppaea Parker place of D. S. Townsend, guar dian of Mrs. Parker. Consideration' $I,(XX). On Mondav evoning au agcd aimt of Mrs. Perry Porter, who is living at Mr. Porter's, put a hot brick iu hcr bed to warm it. A little later tlie bcd was found to be iu flanies. A good scare and a ruiued bcd was all tlio damage. IVoi-tli Uauvlllv. The Ladies' sociablo was held with Mrs. William Husselow on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 10. Tho regular moiithly nieeting of the W. C. T. U. will be held at tho liome of Mrs. W. J. Stanton Tliursday after noon, Oct. 1 1, at two o'clock. Mrs. Erastus Drew was out tochurch last Sunday for the lirst timc sinco hcr rcturn froin Lyim, Mass. Iler health has somowhat iuiprovcd. Wo aro pleased to report that Willie II. Palnier, who disappeared so mys teriously two weeks ago, lias returneil to his liome. Lyndon. l)an. Willard, enginecr on the Pas sumpsic railroad, has resigned his posi tion and has gone to Micbigan. Hcnry Sinith, engincer, has lcft tho road and iutends to go west. Will Bigelow, en ginecr, is taking a vacation. His train broko iu two ncar Barton Lumling, and he allowcd tho parts to coino together with so niiicli force as to do consiiler able damage to the cars. S. J. Wilson has resigned his positiou aswoodagent of the l'assunipsic railroad, and Elmore Oleaveland, late coniluctor of the Xew York cxircss, takes Wilson's placc. Wilson resiinics his old place as engi ncer on tho mail train. Burleigh Ber ry gocs into the cashier's otlice in place of llenry Prouty, deceascd. During tho high wind on Tliursday ifternoon of last week, a railroad ood-shod at Lyndon ville, contaiuing soven or eight liiiudrcd cords of dry wood, caught fire, and for a fow niin utes it secnied that tho shcd and con tents would be dcstroyed ; but a largo force of men, with hoso and jiails, con- Uered it aftcr a sharp light of ten niin- utes. The new lii'oengino was brouglit out, but anived too lato to be of ser- vicc. Col. W. II. Ilubbaid is going to scll his farm and pcrsonUl property at auc tion, aml will go to West Farnham, P Q., whcro thc colonel and wifo will d tho cooking in a largo restauraut. Tho Odd Girls' society givo a nias- qucrade pnrty at Good Tciuplars' liall riiursday night, Oct. 11. E. F. Owen has gono to Massacbu- setts to work at his trado as a uiachin- ist. Elisha Bigelow has givcn up going west, aml lias bought a half lntorcst iu W. S. Masten's drug store and jewelry busincss. They will also have chargi of tho extiress business and will dc- liver exprcss about town. 0. W. Xewell & Co. arc building ii largo storehouse near tho freight depot to be uscil in connection with their hardvvaro busincss. Dr. J. W. Copcland and A. Twomhly havo irone to Xew Moxico for a few weeks' vacation. Prof. Iiaugei preachcd at West Derby ou Siimlay iu the forenoou aud uldressed thc Y. M. 0. A. lnceting at Newport in the aftoruoon. L. B. Harris is in New York this week. L. .1. Iloughton, who with his familv have been in town for sonic weeks, returncd hoine this week. .Tlcliidoo's I'alN. Mrs. Hobcrt T. Gibson will scll hcr farm of three humlreil acrcs, together with the stock, crops, farming tool dairy aml sugar uteusils, at auctiou on Wcdnesdaj', Oct. 17. D. 15. Locke, tho principal of the acadeinv, has in his librarv a book two humlreil aml fort.y-six ycars old Kev. Mr. Kanslow of Wells Hivei iu exchange with Hev. Mr. Mors preachcd au excellcnt soriiiou last Sab liatli. Mcludoe's has a new barber. Mr Joyce, who left last. wcek, was a goo barber, but wo umlcrstaml that Mr Hooker is cqually as good. Tho .Mcludoe's iiino dcfeatcd tlu Barnet niiio by tiftceu runs in a gaiuc ol base ball playcd here last Saturday Mr. Pcarl, Bishop's clerk, has rentcd pait of J. Chauiherlin's hoiise, whei lic will remove his familv at once. l'assunipsic. There will be an oystor suppc the liall ncxt Tuesday evening, uiidor tho auspicos of the Good Tciuplars, Iy-nle. Jolin Gibson has bcen building quitc au additinn to the old brick hotcl this place, aml with tho barn rcccntly put uji, the place is greatly improvcd in looks. Wo uudcrstaml Mr. Gibson contcuiplatcs lemodeling tho insido of the brick house. Tho new house on the old Xelsoi placo is ncarly rcady for its fair occu pants. Suiiincr Kimball of Boston is spcnd iug a few weeks at Fair Viow, and, by tho way, the aggrcgato w eight of sove woinen who chanced to ineet at Fair View, ono day last week, was 12"ll lbs Who will siy Hyegate is not a healthy place ! A base ball club has been organizc at this jilacc, and wo suppose tho in tlictiou miist bo endured. Coniinuniou sorvices wcre held at th the U. P. church last Sabbath. A teniiieranco nieeting will be licld in thc aliove cliurcli, Saturday evening, at 7:30 o'clock, at which good speakers are espected. A teinperance nlVetiiig at this tinie seeuis very opportuue, as tho farmers have just gatbered their japples, and the questtou is, "Iiow iihk Ji cider shall wc make T" St. Jolmslnirj- C'ciiirc. A valuable cow, half sister to "Jersov Queeu,'' owned by Oscar Brown, died last week. St. Jolinsluiry East. Kev. W. 1. Laird presented the work of tho Xational Kcforni association at tlie Congrcgatioiial cliurcli on Sunday uioruiug. Victory. A new liall was dcdicated bv tho Good Tciuplars on Tuesday evening, Oct. 9. District Deputy Smallev, as sisted by Moose Iiivor lodgo, iierfonned the dedicatory cercnionics, Kev. Mr. Scribncr of East Burke acting as chap lain. Tho address of dcdication was given by Bcv. B. M. Tillotson of St. Jolinshtiry. Hcinarks weie mado bv Mr. Smallcy, Bev. Mr. Scribncr, and A. I. Shaw of Victory. A good organ has bcen phicod in tho liall, which is very plcasaut and convcnient, aud all ncar ly paid for. Tho Good Templars havo douo a good work for tho causo in Vic tory. Walden. Hev. L. E. Taylor and wifo have re turneil froin their weddiiir toitr iu Burke. II. II. Lane rcccntly shotabluo hcron that incasurcd six fect froin tip to tip of its wings. When shot it had three lish iu its inouth. It wasa voungbiid. Veinioul IV!Vi-s. ft the poi t of St. Albans for Sontein- ber, . l:!,:!!.?:! weio rcc-ivcd forilutics. Bcuuington's artcsian well has got own l,0(M) lect aml vct thero is 110 ater. I lic iiumlicr ol crniout pcnsiouers 011 the pcnsion roli just issucil is ilaccd it -LBft. 0s-ar Eddv of Wallingford will prob- ably loso a haml as thc rcsult of a gnn ning accidcnt. Threo Iiumlred tons of stcel rails for ic Missisuiioi railroad arrived at liur- lington on Tuesday. Onc humlred loadcd freight cars wcrc scnt out of thc Central Vermont freight epot 111 Isiirllligton 011 ! riday. Frank liall of Ifanilolpli, eighty cars old, ilicil m tlie police station at Manchester, X. II., Tliursday night. riicSt. Albans HaptisUare to ercct a arsonagc, of tho Qucen Annc stylo of ircbitccturc, 011 their lot on Congress strect. ISIack iliphthcria has uuidc its ap- pearance 111 tue soutncnstcrn purt. ol Albiirgh, and is raging with tcriiblo maliguity. Tho Vermont Pharniacists' associa tion holil their aiinnal nieeting in lirat tlcboro Wednesday and Tliursday of this wcck. The out-biiildiiigs of tho Mary lclcher hospital at Burlington, latclv destroyed by fire, aro in process of ci-onsli iictiou. Uutlaml county contaiiis about r 10 liensioucrs, wlncli, at tue samo ratio ol payuiont. as Rutland, would aggrcgato iliout MiO.ooo per ycar. I'ho Lamoille fair company, which was iu a rathcr slini fiiiaucial comlition hcfore the recciit fair, will havo a sur- lilus of 200 or over aftcr scttling tho ills. Wallcr Worthcn, a freight brakcinan, had his hand crushcd whilo coiipliug r rulav night, at hssox .lunction. IIo had bcen 011 tho train but a few duvs. The tliii I y-lliinl auiiual mecting of thc Vermont homcopathic mcdical so- icty will bo held at Montpelier 011 Wednesday and Tliursday of next week. I'he depot at Morrisville was entcred by burglars Momlay, but uothiiig was obtaiucil as everything of valile was depositcd in the safc, which the thief was unable to opon. I'ho aiinnal match gauie of football bctwccn the soiihonioro and I'rcsliiiian classes of the uiiiversitv of Vermont was playcd 011 Saturday and lcsultcil iu a victory for tho formcr. At Roxbury, Mrs. J. P. Warner's hotcl, barn and dwclling house, and istus Spauldings two barns, hltv tons of hay and sleighs weio liurncd Fridav. Thc origtn of tho firo was in- ccndiary. Loss . l,(HI0. two-year-ohl son of Gilbert Lane of Cornwall was sovcrcly luirued last Sunday, by acciilcutally sittmg down iu a kcttlc of boiling hot water. Tlu chihl is still living, but is considercd in a piccarioiis comlition. Joseph Massey, agcd eighty ycars iind Ann Fuller, forty ycars old, botl il' whoiu livcd 011 tho town farm in Poultney, rcccntly ohtaiiicd leave of itisencc, callcd upou a niiuister 111 an mljoiniiig villagc aml woro marricd At liurlington on Tuesday, Isaiah Lanya, who atteuiptcd to liiirn th Maiy Fletcher hospital Aug. .'!!, was scntenced to ten years 111 tho stato prison aml a line of .l(), tho stato re- quiriug liotli line aml luiprisonincnt. largo party of citizens .scarchcd the coiintrv aroiinil St. Albans, Sunday for t'harlcs K. Turiier, lato jauitor of tho public school building, who has been inissing sincc last Tuesday niorn- Turiier is sixty-tive years ol age gcneral tenn of the Vermont su prcuic court is orilcrcil to 110 licld at. Montpelier coininencing Oclolicr .1. There aro eighty-sevcn cascs 011 th docket : twclvo of thein havo been hcard once but are ordcrcd to lu argued. i'he nianagcrs of tho Wanicr hoini larui at At. Aliians raiseit tliis season froin three pecks of sced thirtv bushcl of potatocs of the Mohawk variety, and tho liome has ruiscd 011 its owu prcuii scs this ycar about I.ri(l bushels of po tatocs. W. II. Kinson of Brattleboro, whih out hunting with a friend rcccntly, had about tlnrty sliot acciilcutally 1I1 harged into his breast by the friend who was approaching in an oppositt duection. I ho pliysiciaus tlutik Km son will recovcr. Ziba Xason, aged about sixty veais fornieily of Rochester, coinmittcil sui- cule liy u 1 1 1 1 1 r his throat with a sl kuifc, Momlay, in his placo of busiiiess it est ISrattlclKiro, ailiaceut to Im son's house, whcro he was living. De sjiondcncy the causo. I'ho Vermont & Canada railroad company havo liled a pctitiou in th county court, beforo Chancellor lioyci iiraying that the Langilon suit against the Vermont Central may bodiscontin ucd clainiing that the dan of settle nieut rcccntly agrced to will be in operative uutil the suit is withilrawn Itoncllo C. White of East Wallin ford recently fouiiil elevon teeth whilc digging a ilitch throiigh a swalo 011 In land. They aro about threo inche long. oue inch suuare : also a sniall jaw ltono fillcd with other singular tectli. Sonio of thein were taken t Xew York, and all who saw thein say tney uever sjiw tlie Uke. Michael Ilcflrin of Winooski, eiu- plovcd on tho gravel train at Charles- town, N. II., was run over by a tr.iin Saturday, and botl. legs cut off below , tho klice. lie had liecil on a sprco tordwicriptinnii at reaMinable pnccs. Table i few ilnvs mil w-is wnlkini? on tho a IOW ua.VSaiUl W.IS waihlllfe on tlio coniing up behind hini. His chanccsi for recoverv are very slight. , ... : , ., ! A MlSS Jtldd. whlle Visiting a Sister ! who works in the familv of George I Freuch at West Kandulph, on S.ituidav evening, attempied suicido by taking a dose of I'aris green. The act was quickly discovcred and proinpt niedi cal aid saved the unfortunnto girl's lifc. Sho is scarcely scventccn ycars of age aud assigncd as a rcason for tho act that sho had no fricnds, hcr parcnts being dead, and was discouragcd at hcr future prospccts. The lirst of tho twcnty-four indict nients ngainst Lawrenco Brainerd was taken U iu tho Franklin county court. at St. Albans, Momlay afternoon. On account of objcctions on tho grotind of various iiiformalitics, the stato's attor ncy entcred a nolle pros. in this caso aml imiiicdiatcly lilcd au information covering tho essential facts of tho in dirtuient and said ho desired to have it tricd at this tcriu of court. Juilgo. Koyce, howcver, thought the rcspoud ent should he allowcd a longer timc to preparo, aml rulcd that tho caso niust go over to the noxt tcriu. Stato's At torncy liall is assisted by E. H. Hard, and the responilent's coiiuscl are II. C. Adains and S. E. Kovce. ItoHton lricr Cnrr. iil. VT. lUTTTKn, fhoice. pcr lli S5 a : Fair 1oj;hh1, St) a i Cominon. 12 a 1 VT.C'IIKESE, Factory, porlb 10 a 1 Farm Dairy, good, 9 a Farm ll.iirv romniou, 6 a FI.OUU, St.'l.ouisi-. lllinoiH.perlihlS 75 a 6 ! Ohioand Michii;aii, 5 (KI a5' Couinioii Kilra, 4 00 a 4 ; Ilaxall. I.A1U). Ticrces, - Tulw, ECIIS. Fre'.h, I1EAXS, Mariow. perlb per busli Mfiliiun. S Sliicd, 2 I)l:li:l) Al'l'I.K. Maino rlioicc.pcrlli Maiunand X. II.. ', .1111111. 11, Maino, ciuarlrtit, ciioice, WVhI.tii. I'OUI.TKY, Turkcjs, In-sli kilUd, Turkt'y.s, t-ouiiuoii, (Jhickcus, lH'sll. Cotlltllllll, FomIs, G.-fse. I'OltK.CIear, Ki., porlibl t7 UC Slesi, 14 IU Fn'h IIo"s. Haius. siuokt'il, SII.VDUIKS, I'li ltops, (lais. d Hay, pertou 17 (10 a 18 (10 jioi Ib 20 n 23 per bush 42 a 44 lialocs. ,ficci;il JJflfirc;;. Try Ilood's Sarsaparilla this t A Fine HlT. AVhen tho proprietorpf Hnrilock H1o,h1 ItittiT. pnt tliis rciiownod nifMtioino ou tho marki't thuy liit it exactly. They hit dyspopsi lii'Htion, and livcr aml kiilno coinpl.iints liard blow, from whicli tliey will nevor rtcover. 10-11 r Goon Tllivo. ! soinalimcH wish I oould tako holdof the sale of Thomas' Kli ctric Oii. for I tell you it is a "ranil u'ikmI tliins. and Iam couscicntious iu sayiuj; I cnuld do n ijoimI work." Kev. E Crane, Corry. l'a. Electric Oii curod this irontleman of iunsy ot many ycars standing. 10-11 Huma.v llmon. On tlie purity and vitalily of tho I.I.m.iI depend tlio vior aml lieallli of tlio whole system. Disease of various kimls is ofti'll only th liini tliat iinture is trying lo removo tlio ilisturbin; causo. A reimsly that sives Iifo aml vli;or to tlio , eradicatesscrofula aml other impurities froin IIimmI's S.irsaparilla iimlonbledly does. must lio tiieme.ms of preventinir many diseases lliat iloccuritliout its use. Sold by ilealers. tSlce' At 'West llnrke, Oct. 5, a 1 .. X. Olines. to Mr. and Mrs eJ,7r-.7f.v. ViFMnrriinictt nntl tlatths inserlal frec. Oliituarirs six irnl.i ti line. ,t St. Johnsbury, Oct. I. liy Kev. llenry W. Jones, Willard .1 SI.HhUrd aud Eilith M. VCrislit, lHith ol St. .lolinsliury. At St. Johnsbury. Oct. s. by Itcv. E. T. Samlford, V. II. Houst.in of llarton and Sarah K. Kaiuey of Victorj'. At Topsh.im, by Rov J. C. Faris, llr. C. 11. Stur- lovantof Manchester, X. II., and M. Lizzio Stewart ot Topsham. At Jericho, Oct. 3, by Kev. F. S. Fisher ot St. Johnsbnry, Fred E. Itrainerd of St. Johnsbury and lara C Dixon of Jericho. At St. Johnsbury, Ocl 6, Almira A. Kinney, wife of tlie late CurtU E. Kinney. At Danville, Oct. 4, Cliarles E. llarbor, ased 35 years aud 7 months. At Lyndon, Oct. 1, Mrs. Kachel I'. LorklinK, ,;cd KI years. At Titusville. I'enn.. Oct. 4, atter a lonj; illuesa. Cheslor F. Moise. son of Mrs. W. S. Walson, forin - rly of St. Johnsburi'. -7ri' Jldvcrfiscmcut:;. lIMi W'ATCIIIIS KIII-AIKKH and raled at 1' nuwAwiA i:iivki.i;s. FOR SALE. WOOD FOR SALE. ,. I'KN.VIMAX. FOR SALE. A IIOUSK iu Suinnierville, enquiro ot ItUSSKI.L 1IAM.KTT. St. Johnsbury, Nov. 30, lsrtl. 141f FOR SALE. I ittlered for ule nn IVar Fr particuLirs fiHpiir IIUSSKLL IIALI.iriT. WOOD. lo. 1, Dry Hard WimmI, for stoves or furnace tJIIAS. S. IIASTI.VCS, St. J. ti. L. C It. It. Oltice, or 40 Siriiin St. FOR SALE. ido saddlo. almost new. and ouo lane tagon with four seats. suitable for sta;o r larmiu. f.nqmro at llr. rsettleton s olnce. For Sale. Tho honse owned bv II. street. I'lice reasoiiable inents. Knuuir of . II. I'KKSTOX. N'ew Kucl. I.idiesorGentlemei tosellllavis' I'at-nt l lu :i.l IJiillr, neeiltsl liy every lady who uses neilleand St Jobnsbnrj-, Vt St. Louis Flour. bavp intt rt-ceivwl a car bad ot St. Iinit rl' ev?ry barn-1 warranHMl firnt clatw, which will le M CIIKAP for CASII for tiie next 30 days. V K. KKLLKV. St. Jidinsbnry Centre, Oct. 3, le3. lOtf Wood and Timber Land For Sale. niirUn acres ot paature t 11 acn c-dar fr fcnciuzuT a bizbaruain. odand timlMT lauU alio with heiulnck, npruco and mt purjiws. lo I Hoi JAMES ll. STKVEN'S. Admlnifitrator. St. Johusbury Centn-, Mar. 1. lntfl. 7-J-tf FOR SALE. Sil sf.sl horss, twn simhI drivinc harnesses. some liutlalo rolies. fine sleib, oue larze new friserator. The alsire will lie sold cheap for rasb as I have moie or that Un.l of miierty than I want. I tako Ihem in trado and havo to keep sell ins to make room for more. 61tf W. J. ISUAY. JOHN GILMAN, MASON. All kind of man work oromptlr atUDde to. Furnarei and lxiilrt -t ia tbe Utetit improred Hfttiti. All klndrt of material for aal. aucli plaHtfrin:, mortar. brick, lime. c-mfnt -tc-Scluml St., Iaililick Vlllac". Vt. St. Jobnabury, July ld, IfatG. IW-12' L. F & C. A. Caskoll, SILVER PLATERS. u&slX Sl,'&n Port of 11 re-pUtl In the bet mnner. Give us trtal. b't. Johnsbnry, Oct. 6. 16S3. ntf MUSIC " MUsANXIEB.DAXIELSeradnatelnmn.ieof Stanstead Cotlece, deirn to intorm tho peonleof St-Johnsbnry that sheis preparwl to riToln.trne. at tue resiuence ol uer papus. uertincate ot Krad. uatton may be aecn at C. 0. Bingham'a drnc stort. ApplicaCions made by Ietter addro.sed Uox 470, or at hor rooms Mr. J. L. ADAMS', 2 Mount Ilasant itrei t. 11. 13 ChewXdehtalXroohs.) 1K. . K. NKTTI.KTON, has openwl Dental Itooma In Walker'a llloek, Main atreet. and 1. pr paml lo do all work of Ihe profrsston in a thoron gh anil aalistactory manDer and at reaaonablo rates Ollioe honrs troiu 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. 9fltf Administrator's Sale. Will be aold at public anction at the riHsidence of tho late S.imiH'l Pnmty at East llurko. Satar day.Nov 3, KI al 1 o'clock, p.m.,the follovring prop erty, vit : Tho liome placo cousisting ot house. liarn aml outliiiildinea and aliout ld aciT. of land Ihcrewith, also 40 arres wood and mowing land alMiut ono lialf mile up the dish mill hrook with a emall siif;ar place and au;ar honse tlierron aml surar tots. At same timo and place the farming tools, consistiiigof Aiiutt-horaelumlierwAcon, trav crse sled, plongh, harrow, liamcssi and hay. coni, potatoes and muuo household furnlturo. 11 13 I'. T. A. llDMPIIItEY. Administrator. NOTICE. I herebv cive notice that I will aell at l'nblio Auction ihe deod and premises I hold in trust for Johu S. Farnham, situated on tho Ilazen road, ao calltsl, anil heini; all thelaml in Hardwick of which Aaron Farnham. lato deceastsl. died seized and tlie ier thereor. on tho north side of tho Ilazen road liii" IniiH the old Warner stand to drcensWo tino. being sanie coneyeil to me by 11. X. Davis in trust to bold for said Faruham'a supMirt. Tho avails of aaid land to bo applioil for hia 8iipHrt aince I took said deeil. Said anction to be held on said iueiuises 011 the 24th day ofOctuber, 1883, at FKAXKA. FAY. Hardwick, Oct. 8, 1883. 11-13 AUCTION. The sub-cribcr will sell at public auction. Tuesday. Oct 23, 1H83. at 10 o'clock, his farm in Concord of 100 acres, 30 acrea wikmI, with 150,000 lieavy spruce 1iiiii1.it. OishI huildincs, runnine water 10)10111,0 and barn. Apple andsuar orchanl for family use. GimmI hop raisinc farm. Eijht KismI cows. p.lir Rood work horses. weij;li 22IK), l two-horse lumber wasun, 1 eipress watou, 1 two Iiorso traverso 8lel, t ono horso traverse sled, IiIoiikIis. harrows, eto 15 tons hay, 5 tous straw, 18(1 liushels oat.s. 123 bushels potatoos, 75 bushels eorn. househohl fiirnitun, 18 cords dry four-foot wood, 40 cords stovo Mood Tenns mado known at time of sale. 11-12 JOIIX S. TAYLOK. AUCTION. Tho fUiWriln-rs will H.-U nt imlilic aurttmi Snt, unlay. OctoW 20, at 10 o'clock, a. m. tlio fanu sitnatiMl two miloH t ast of SL JohnMbury Centro aiiu Kuowu as iuo wmria r nmi larni, atm laieij owmil Hii-1 occuim. lr Lovell G. Stile. Saiu fnrni coutains 170 ncrcs, lias a coori sit!rar orrlianl on it anil wool and timlT HntVicient to iay lnr tho farm ; it in uell divideil and under a j;ood stato of cultivation and faiilv fenced, noai At'liool and in a umm1 nelirlihDrhootl. VtlI watered, Alnoat tlio samo timo and place tlio fnllowing sincK aim iMtrmiiai iniiertv: 7 cows. 1 calt, shoatfl, I liarrow, 1 plowr, 1 two-liorao luinber vragon, 1 Imi-jkv, I Hlt ili, 1 two horao lj;iutf aled, i iwn imrnM iraverse l pair team narnt'8-ies, Hinlo liarneMs. Iiurwo rake, luowinc maclnne, buf lalo rnbt's, m-t of scalpn. rakcs and ititchforkM. 20 tont liay, 5 tons ntraw, and lot of corn fiMldcr. liouM-lioiil timtiture and all dalrv toi8. Snira nrchard if 1,CHW trt-t-M, .VH aaji buckets, holdora. nauuu itio, goHi atiar iiouhp, woii euippol lart of imrchaao monoy can reniaiu on niort;a:e. G. S. &M. K. S11AV. St. Johnsbnry. Oct. 2, 163. 11-12 A CARD. Wo fcike ibiri id.-iImmI of retnniiii; tlianka to our friend-i hi Passninpsic aud vicinity for tbe eflorU mado U ae our mill aud contcnts dnrinK tlie astrotis firo of tlio 7tb inst. We also fetl vry prati'ful for tbe many uxprcHsious of aympatby bavo rccoivcd. In tbirt cnnui'ction we will stat in anawer to many inqniriea tliat for tho present wo shall keep for sale in our warohouse noar tho It. H. Station tuii atock of llour, meal, prain aud feed of all kinds which wc hall mcII at .is low prices aa ca found eNowhere. Mr. II. A. lleerwortb, the ntation aent, lias kiudly concnted lo act a our ageut for tho time Imiii. Tlio telepboun haj been placed in tbe ollice at tlm statfon so that any oue can inuuicato with us directly at auy time during baal ueaa boura. E. T & II. K. IDE. St. Johnsbury, Vt., Oct. 8, 1883. VISIT ATWOOD'S CLOTHINC, HAT AND CAP STORE. llin large stock of fall and winter j;ood: cotuplet. IIo can supply you with fino or medtniu pradepMnU, all new. clanauddesirable(aud fcroar- anteH fair d.il and extivme low nrici'H foreiHMls cases. This i without any question t laij;et stock of fluo xmmU in Northeru Vermont. J. A. MO0RE, Saleaman. L. It. ATWOOD'S 11 ONE-PRICE STORE. Itank IU.Kik, Main Street, St. Johnsbury Vt. THE BOSTON VARIETY STORE Is beadquarters for GLO VES. Ijrj;est stock of clives iu town and the lowest lces (lil lan ulovo 75 crnt. thickoil lan I.ittli n uloves. tl. well worth fl.ai: bo ' 511 cents. iio skin, imisi or wiiiiout huinir. or for tins, very llice oods sw al 1 sell them fortl.no : Kid and Driving Cloves. A flllllinoof rivmontll Ituckftloveain allirrail and thicknesses Irom tl.OII lli to t2.50. A Uuo liuck slove for f I.M. Yu have everythini: iu tho line of j;loes aud nntteus from 50 cents np. I not buv a pairof loves of any kind or price uni jou can lu llio anety store aud aud see the Ii liarsaili iu (,'lovcs anil mittelis. We also havo an Immcnso Stock of Lamps In all stvles aud Iri(e from 25 cents to 47.00. fino tmix lamii all complele, with 7tncli illuminator and shade fiir 4I.WI. remilar price tl.50. Fine parlor lamps for 11.5(1, tl 00. A eisuI lamp for 50 veois, iaro-ceui siliueni lamp. 1 no ntiest slyles oflibrary lamps iu town. IIo not invest oue cent iu lamps until on call at Ihe Varietv Store aud Iisik this lar"o assortment over. You can uey on a lamp every tinie at tho Variety Store. XJNDEB FLANNELS At prieea that cau't lio loat Also a full stock Watches, Chaius, harn-s, Clocks, Je.welry, Iiird Caj;es, aliM.s, Ilacs aml Paney i;ikm1s at little Ie' thau lHittom prices. mr (Jeo. k. (!i:ov. UKroItT OFTIIE CONDITION OF TIIE lst National Bank of St Johnsbury, Vt At St. Johnsbury, iu tho State of Vermont, at th closc of ll OCTIIISKI! a, IHK3. KlOUKCKH : Iians and Discouiits, U. S. Iloiids to s.-cnre circulation, Othcr sbsiks, Isiuds, and luortifses, Iue from apiroved resere ai;eiits, lteal IXste, Kumitiiro and Fiiturea, l.'hecks aud other (,'ash Items, Hillsor other lianks, N'ickels aml I'enuies, Specie, Irive ercnt. Iteilemption Fund, TOTlI. UADIUT1KA: Capiul Stock paid in, Surplua Funil, ITiidiviilnl 1-roflls, National Itank Xotes outstandin, Iudiviilnal Heoit subject tii check, Ilemand Ortiticjites of dejMiait, Notos and bills re-diseiiunUst, 1659.694 Pf yn.im (KI 500 uo e,r'47 33.914 24 3.77s- fil R.4I3 Ul 175 bl P.CI2 22,5(10 Ou 1500.000 Ul 100,000 (KI G.I36 C( 413,6111 00 131. JH 0 3.2-!5 (U TOTAl. I1,2I4,4KS KI State of Vekmoxt, 1 Caledonia Connly J ' I, (leo. May. Cashier at the aliove-nam IVrnk, ilosolisjunly swcar that the al.ive sUtemeiil is Irne, to tlie liest of uiy knowledKe aji.l belief. OEO. SIAV, Cashie Suliserilied and sworn to l?fore me tliis 6th da of October, 1SX1. WAI.TER V. SSIITIf. Judjeof l'robate. Correct. Attest : LUKE I I'OI.AN'I), IIOItACE FAIKISANKS. Ilireotora. FRANKLIN FAIKI1ANKS, J :, I T. F'RBAHKS & Qo. Beg leave to annoitnco to thoir pat- rons that they havo opcu au iiumenso stock of New Fall and Winter Goods. DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. Black and Colored Dress Goods. Wo otlcr a line of tho relebrated Guinct lllack Silks, that for richness'of olor, finencss of texture, durabilitj iml valuo aro uneiiuallrd by any other niaiiufacturor in tho world and wo uro sclling thein at tho very lowest city prices. Elegant Black Ottoinan and Brocado Silks iu now and handsoiiie patterns. BLACK and COLORED DRESS COODS, Coiuprisitig all tho novoltios of the season. YVith sucli nn almost inuuito iricty of soft woolcn material, tho winter dress proinises to be liatidsoino ind coinfortable witlioiit being very expcnsive. lu addition to our largo line of stamlard goods, sucli as Cash niercs, Caiuel's Ilair, Flauncl Suitiugs, to., which coine in all tho now shades, we may niention TricotiS Cloths, Bar litz, Wool Ottoinan, Epsoui aud Ascot Suitiugs, Jacquard's, Crepe Ariuures, ctc, with Volvets, Plushes, Suutaclio Braids, Colored Vclvet Hihbous, otc, to match, tho wholo forming au exhi bition of dress goods uneipiallcd iu this vicinity. FALL AND WINTER CARMENTS. Special attuntion is cullod to tliia do- imrtiiicnt as wo buliuvu all piovious elloi tn liavo been cntirelv eelitsu(l by tlio lispl:iy of clugant Fiir, I'lusli aud AHtnu lian triiiimeil GitrmuiiU, iu 1'laiu .nd lirocailc Silk, Ottoinan, Anuuru, I'alotois, Cordinct, l'ltish, New Markot, Ilavclook, aud Diagoual Worsted Uol niaiis, SackH, Cloaks and JacketH, for LailieH, Mih.sch aud Cliililron, rucoivod diioct from tlio lcading Now York iuamifacturors aud at lowur iirices thau last heason. Don't inirtH tlio opnortu- nity of Hooiug Uicho gondn lioforo nur- uliaHing. Hosieryand Underwear. Our stock was novcr moro coniiluto witli dcsirablu stylos in Ladios', Gonts' ind CliildiL'ii's, and wo liavo socurod our UHiial ashortiuont of tlio ccleliratod Bennington Undorwear, In wliito and scarlot, tlio liaro an- iioiiiireniLMit of wliicli fact is all tlio rocoiiiiiiondation iiL'oilod. BLANKETS. Snecial liargainn may lio socn in fino iiiodium aud low pricod 10-1, 11-4 and 1 li -1 wliito Iilaiikcts. Tlio uiagnif iront wliito all wool Wliitnoy lilaukot, witli tlio i(iiular scarlot Califoruiu, togotlior witli colored licd lllaukots and Horso Klankots of all doscriptions, uompriso a most dcsirablo stock to soloct from. Clothing Department. Our disjday in tliis liuo is mado up of about all tlioro is dosirablo iu tlie way of Mcn's Youtlis' and Hoys' Business Suits & Overcoats iu tlio latcst stylos. Our trado tliis Mtahon lias doiuanilod n bcttor grado of goods, aud iu rospouse to tliis deiuaud wo liavo aildcd iiiitny now liucs of fino clotliing selcctvd witli great caro aud witli duo rogard to tlio wauts of ecou omy. A careful inspuctiou is rospect fully solicitod. .Samplt's of dry goods sont by uutil wln-ii reiiuostod. E. &T. FAIRBANKS & CO.