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MONTPELIER, YT., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1892. NUMHKIt: 42. bbmisemmts. GLEASON fcCO. THE VERMONT WATCHMAN. ARTIH'K ROPM Montpelier, Vt., Otneral Etlilor. T. II. IIONKINM, M. D Nport, Vt., Agricultural Kdilor. CARMENTS FOR Ladies and Ghildren CllOICE AND EXCLU SIVE Stvles FKOM the Leading New Youk Manutact'ks. SPECIAL DISPLAY, THIS WEEK, OF NOVELTIES IN FlNE DkESS Goods a N D Tkimmings. jy Bargains in Flannels, Blankets and Underwear. CENTEMERI KID CLOVES. L. P. CLEASON & CO., Corner Main and East State Streets, MONTPELIER, VERMONT. GLEASON & CO. THE F RE DEALERS! Invite their friends and patrons to their feast of good things in the Furniture de-partment. Good Styles, Good Quality, Low Prices I Parlor Suits upholstered in Plush, Bro catelle and Jtugs. Sofa Beds, Maatel BedR, Cabiuet Bcds. Lounges, Easy Chairs, Kockers. Chamber Suits in Oak, White Maple Mabogany, Black Waluut, Cherry and Ash. Pillar and Common Exteneion Tables. Dining Chairs, IlallStands, Sideboarde. Couches, Parlor Tables, l)esks, Book Cases. Wiudow Shades, Draperies, Curtain Poles, Sash Koda, Carpet Sweepers etc, ttc. Spring Beds, Maltrcsses, Pillows and Feathers. Our fucilities are unsurpussed. Our Stock tbe largest in Central Ver mout. Terms $2.00 a year; 81.00 fir six mniiths; tifty centH (or three months. FUSLIMUni KVKHY WKDNKPHAV IV The Watchman Publishing Company At Montpelier, Vt, GLEASON & CO, Corner Main and East State Streets, MONTPELIER, VT. Business More Mentlon. Nota Bknr. All BOttoM ol marrlages, r deaths Mnl for publloatlon in this paper tnnst be signed and Mthorind by a nroper person. Such annnuneemeiits are (rtiUently received without ifgBatUM or voucher of any kind. Bkes for sale liy 3, E. Benjamin, Mout pelier, Vt. Clean your clothes with Castilian Cream. For sale at D, F. Long's. See advertisement of Dairy Bohool of State Agricultural College elsewhere in this issue. GOOD honse-painters wanted. Apply to D. P. Clarke, East State street, Montpelier, Vermont. A new line of children's bonnets in plnsli and silk, at the Misses Fisk's. Largesizes a specialty. Georoe W. Wilder invites attention to hil new supply of ladies' and gentlenien's fashionahle stationery. The public is eordially invited to call and examine the nne line of millinery goods at Mrl, M. L. Wells', Duxbury Corners, Vt. Pianos and organs from the best. makers, (or sale or to rent, at. George W. Wilder's touilc rooms, Montpelier. Cool soda, with delicious syrnps, soda with lce-cream, mineral waters on draught, at W. E. Terrill & Co.'s, successors to J. V. Babcock. Hikam T. Clark, veterinary surgeon, hafl opened an office at No. 1(1 Court strect. Horses boarded and treated. Telephoue connectiou. To Rent. Rooms fitted up for doctor or dentist. Also rooms snitable for dress making, and attorney's otlice. Beckett & Gale, Williamstown, Vt. If you want suceess in life. the prospec tns of the Burdett Buaiueu and Shorthand College, Boston, will put yon on the right traik. A postal request will bring it toyoti. Soldiers, soldiers' widowsand depcndent relatives, entitled to pensionn nnder the new pension law, shotilil send to T. J. Deavitt, Montpelier, Vt., for a olrcuUuc oontslnlng the law in full. "Jkrusha Dow's Alhum" will he ex hiliited by the Ladies' Society of the t'hureh ol the Me.H.siah at, (lapital Hall on Tuesda; eveninn, Ootober 2S. It will he followed hy dsnolng, with music by the Montpelier Band orehcstra. First National Bank, Montpelier, givei fonr per cent on depoiita remaining Hix months or longer; three ier cent on deposits remaininc lcss than six months. See ad vertisement, page elght, A Sot'TH Dakota farmer who sold hil farm and left the state write.s baok, " OITer a prize at yotir next county fair for the big eest (ool 10 the county, and I will try and be tliere to r'ompete for lt." THM Gapltal Savings Bank and TrUftt Company as ilepositors fonr per oent and taxes on Htims not exoeediUB $1,500, and makes loans on home leourluei at six per c ent. It rents tire and burglar-proo! de posit boxes for flve dollars a year. In adilition to bll heavy trttokinfl husi ness, Clark B. Rohertl has put on the roal a single team. Baytiage to auil from all trains. Care. pimnptness and dispatch at live-and-let-llve prices. (Jftice in rear of Kxchantje liotel. Telephoue conueition. Houil kor Sai.eok to Rent Two-story bouie, to a desirable family, located corner of Wiuter aml I'earl streets. Eleven rooms, ftirnace, and Berlin water; is a corner lot, witli lawn aml good gsrden, Apply at the premises, or address Mrs. J. H. Burpee, Montpelier, Vt. For "Colunibus Week," Brophy & 0o make Ipeolsl offsrittn of desirable dry u I-, and especially of line dress fabrics. The tirm's stock is always alireast of the tlmes, and embraoei the latest metropolilau fads and novelties. Give the advertisement on another p,,.- a eareful perugal. The Barnard, Stimner & Putnam Co. pay attention to eloaks aud wraps in their usual lively Itraln, on paK ilve, thil week. The firm ranks among the largest dealers in New Fngland, in ladies' garments, and what it says in regard to modes and fabrics may be relied upon to be absolutely true. Thkrk are many veteraus who have claiuis for pensions pending that would do well to ooniult James E. Curran, Mont pelier, Vt., who has hal over six years' ex perience as a special examiner and is thor oughly familiar with all the lawg and rulings of the departiuent. He makes increase and rejected i laims a speeialty. Advice free. The Tavary De I'uento eoncert company, tO-night, at Blanchard's Opera house, uuder the auspices of the Ladies' Library Guild. This company is new to fame in this local itv, but its ojming is heralded hy reports of innsical lUOOeMei won ami popular favor accorded only to artists of highest, quality. The cause, the merits of the company itself, appeal alike to tho unstinted up port of tjiis commuuity. " That other furniture unneern," ai Mr. Webster pointedly charaitorizes the lirm of Webstet & Co., has juit reoeived some new tbinn in the line it carrics, aud invitea you to call aml examine them, assuring that it "doeinot ilainage furniture to be looked at." A new line of chamber suits with sin gle aud doulile adjustable mirrors are a novelty, and worth going to see. Glance at the alvertisemeut on another page. It is not unusual for colds contracted in the fall to haug on all wilder. In sueh cases catarrh or chronic brouchitis are al lnost sure to result. A tifty-cent bottle of Chamlwrlain's Cough Remedy will cure any cold. Can you afford torisk so noob for so small an amount? This remedy is intended especially for bad colds aml croup and can always be depended upon. For sale by ('. Blakely, druggist, (iRANcm No. ;iHi. Jlarke county, O., 8sp tember 29, 1893, Mr. O. W. Ingersoll: Dur ing thl past (our years I have ordered many galloM Ol varioiis shailes o( your in deltruotibll paints for several of my neigh bors, in each i'ase proving salisfactory. I can chcerfully recommeml it lo my brother farmers wlio desire a cheap and diirahle paint. ,1. W. Ware. See advertisement Iugersoli's Ltipiid Rubber l'ainls. Ed For Sale. No. 1 piue lath, No. 1 eight-een-incli ipiuce Hhingles, mouldings all klndl and iiutdH to order house tinisii, spruce, Imss, hutternut, ash, oak, cherry, white vood, Alabama liard pine, Michigan pine, Boorlng Ol all kinds. Bought, at the mills; will b sold cheap for cash. Tuming doM to order. All kludK of job work in Ihe wood worklng line. Telephoue OOB. DSOtloiis. Dnileil States Clothes Pin Gom pany, Montpelier, Vt. Kink furniture, and furnilure the chief obsraoteriitlo o( wblob li utllltj (bougb it be not line, is always in deinaud. To meet this deinand. Gleason & 00, have pnrcliHMed the largest stock evur HAOWD in tsenirul Vermont. The liue umbraeei every thlug, furniture for the kitc.hen, dlning rooin, sittiug-room, hed-rooui, parlor, lilirarv, boudoir, hall and corrlilor. Tlie prices are always right, and tbe goods speak for theinselves every little. See their ad vertisemt nt on this page. I'mimiks vs. (iiANTs Liliputian as they are In size (bi ing no laiger than mustard s 1-), they ai hleve resnlts that their Bridi- dlgnagian opponents uttetly fail in. We refer lo the ellicacy of the p' Werful preiiara tion kDOWn as Dr. I'ierce's I'leasant I'ellets, l ompared with that of their gigantic com petitors, the olcl-style pill. Try the little glants, when d.siepsia, liver coinplalnt, constlpation. hiliouHiiess, or any kindreil ills assail you, and you make no mislake they 11 dlsappear at otice. Thkhr is no use of any nne suffering with cholera when Chamherlain's Colic, ( holera and Dlarrhira Remedy can b procured. It will give relief in a fewininules and cure in a short time. I have tried it, and know. W. H, 01 nt.on, Helmetta, N. .1. The epi demic at Helmetta was at tlrst believed to be cholera, but snbsecptent, investigation proved it to be a violent form of dysentery, almost ns dangerons as cholera. This rem edy was used I here witli gretit suceess. For sale by C Blakely, druggist. Ik you wish to invest In footwear that will be satisfactory in service and comfort, as well as coirect in style, call at the " Old Reliable " slioo store, where you will And a large stock of seasonable goods which you Oan hiiy at very reasonalile prices. Al there have beeu some changes in the shoe trade at the capital lately, many will bt leeklng the most dMlrable place to buy their boots and shoes in the futtire. We re spectfullv InVlte all sui h to give us a call, aml Ihink we will be able to convince you that it is for your interest to buy uf us. C. H. Shi)uuan, 100 Main street, Montpelier Ltontmra Enoinerrs. The qnattton o( llcensing engineers is being so a.itated in every state in the Union that within a short time, for the protection of human lives.it will be impossilile for any one intrusted with steain to hold or M0ON a situatlon Witbout passing a rigid examination and olitaining n license. Stevenson's Illus trated I'ractical Test, has been published to aid engineers preparing to pass such exami nation; aud as it erahraces all the (iitestions asked on the hoiler, pump, englne, dytiamo, Corliss engine, etc, it has already met with such a demaud that it is uow in its fourth edition. This work, which only costs one dollar, can be ohtained of the publisher, Walter C. Kraft, 70 La Salle street, Ihicago. Thk witty Irisliman, when told by a doc tor that his liver was almost gone, said, " Faith, it's glal I am, it's allers bothered me!" The liver, niore than any other orgau, is the index of the body. With a morbid liver the whole systein is out of gear! Moil powerf ul for the restoration of this " citadel of health" is Hr, I'ierce's Goldeu Medical Discovery. Its actiou is direct, prompt, effectual! Recommeuded by emiuent physicians, it has gained a uni Verial reputation as the " Great Liver Reg ulatorl" Correot the liver, aud you cure many ills! The " Golden Medical iJiscov ery" is tfnrriniiYd in all cases of liver diieaie and lilood disorders to beuetit or cure, or mouey itromptly and cheerfully re-turued. Montpelier and Viclnity. Mrs. A. G. Eatom is threatened with fever. T. W. Wood returned to New York lant Saturday. Thk. band gave a eoncert at the Pavilion on ETrida; uight. All the lianks in the village will be closeil on Friday, ColumbUI day. Miss Jane Si'KAR dieil in Berlin, Thurs day momingi October 13, Thkrk was a pleasant sociable at the Ohurob of the Messiah Friilay evening. A. J.iSuiLEY, as one of the Vermont m million on the World's Fair, left for Chi oago Monday uight. Bdwabd LTMOH of Moretown was buried Sunday. He was the thlrd in his family to die of cousumption. Gkorok White of Waterbury was the bay rum jag pulled in Saturday. Ue was Bned $10.51 on Monday. Thk Bethany Christiau Kndeavor Society is to have a pumpkio sociable on Friday evening in tlie chapel. Thk fcderal buildiug has beeu tborouguly washed and ironed iuside, and looks as brigbt as a new dollar. Thk Chautamjua class will meet with Mrs. Rand, 41! Barre street, next Friday af ternoou at two o'clock. Thk trustees have appuinted I)r. 0. A. Bailey health orlieer in place of Dr. C E. Chaudler, who resigned. Mrs. H. ('. Bates of St. Johusbury aud Mrs. J. H. Hastiugs, bride of the member from Wailstield, are at Hotel Fullertou. Miss Lizzik Long of Jacksonville, Fla., and Miss Kmily Long and William H.Long of Fairlee are visitiug Miss Martua Long. J. A. DkBoer returned Saturday even ing from Boston, where heattended a lueet iug of the Amurican Actuarial Associatioi). James ( arey's right hand was caught in a plauer at the Uuited States clothespin works Friday. Three tlngers were injured. The Fret I'rcsa says the lecture of W. A. Lord.Kiq., iu Burliugton, Mouday eveuiug, was largely attended aud greatly appre ciated. F. W. Bancroft is to sing at Barre ou Thursday evening, in eonnectiou with a band eoncert to be given by Signor Gio vanni Rossi. Mrs. Roiiert Kellv left Mouday evening for Nebraska, to join her husbaud," who is a conductor on the Chicago, Burliugton & Quinoy road. Thk auuual meetiugs of the Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance Gotupany aud the Union Mutual Fire Insuraiice Company, w ill he held to-day. A cordial invitation is extended to all visitiug memherg to attend the meetiugs of Brooks Post, G. A. R., ou Tuesday evenings at their hall, 6S Main street. Thk Non-partisan Wouian's Cbristian Temperauce Cniou will meet this (Wednes day) afteruoon at three o'clock with Mrs. D. L. Fuller, Main street. Cady, the respondeut in the Barre rape ease, pleaded guilty in county court iu one of the cases against hiin. Tbe others were ordered not to be hronght forward. John Paui died ou Thursday uight of last week at the age of seventy-three years. The funeral service was in the chapel of St. Michael's sohool, Saturday morning. The various loclelles in town, iucludlng the Keeley association, liave beeu invited to take part iu the procesiiou at tho close of tlie t'oluinbus day exercises at the school house, Friday. Thk post-ofllce will be open from 8: 00 to 10: 0 a. m., aud 4:00 to 6: 00 p. M., ou fr. day, Colunibus day. Carriers Browu aud Miiler will make one delivery, at 8: 00 a. m. Collections as usual. The Union Mutual had a 81,000 risk on Ihe Bummlt House at Roxbury, whicli was burued Saturday uight, and Agent Kemp had rIKI of $1,000 each in the Sirlngtield aud North Americau associations. Onb of the latest applicants for Keeley treatiueut ought to be able to keep the doc UM busy a few days at least. One day laBt week he took 18.'! grains of morphiue hypo dermtoally, drank sixteen glasses of wlnsky, siuoked tliirteeu cigars aud wout home right nide up. B. 8. Willii, wife and sister, were ri.l iug ilown Baire stroet, Friday afteruoon, when the borse took fright, ran, aud in turning Hyde's corner tlpped tbe carriage over aud ipilled i i occupants into the street. Mr. Willis' wrist was nprained, the carriage and harness broken, but neltiier of the ladies was injured. Mns. Joskph S. Strrlinii left, last even ing for Vlrginla Clty, Nevada, for the double purpose of regalnlng her health and visitiug her two brothers. slie will proli ftbly lie alisent a year. Her daughter Jen nie takes her place at home. At the last, meHting of Ihe Daughters nf the Americau Revoltition at Burlington, the namei of MImMI Mary and Jennie Phln ne.v aml Mrs. Helen II. Howei of Mont pelier were presented for membership. They will be acted upon at the national headipiarters of the society. W, Morrison, the cxpert workinan in M. W. Wheeloek's book tiindery, aml F. M. Sylvester, a inore recent aciiuisitlnn, leave town this week, Morrison on Thursday nlght for PhllHdclphiii. and Sylvester later for Boston. Robert K. Morrison, an em ployee nf the Ariwe orlice, accompanies his brother, The next meeting of the Vermont Grand Lodge of Oood Templars will t)e lield here on the second Wednesday of October, ls'.n. This year it was held at Barton on Wednes day and Thursday of last, week. Bruce McOonald was elected grand messenger. Tliere was an interesting discussiou on the Reeley cure, which was endorsed. A copy of the MimiheMrr Itoard of Trudv Journtil has been received at this (dtioe, aml in it is a tlne plcture of Edward M. Slaytun, presiilent of tlie hoard of trade. Mr. Slay ton was born in Calais, aud is well knowu iu this section. He is oue of the men who are belplng to make the queen city of New Hampshire a live and prosperous place. The meeting of the Woman's Home Mis sionary Society, at Trinity churcb, closed Thursday evening. These ofllcers were elected: President, Mrs. Eliza A. Barrett of Bradford; corresponding secretary, Mrs. J. O. Sherburne of Cabot; recording secre tary, Mrs. W. S. Jenne of Bradford; treas urer, Mrs. C. H. Farnsworth of Bellows Falls. He.nry C. Fi llerton recently sold two lots of land in the rear of his house on Barre street one to Frank George of Middlesex and the other to Alvin Robinson. Mr. George is uow putting in the foundation of a house, and Mr. Robinson will build iu the spriDg. A street will be opened past Mr. Fullerton's house to Wilder street. Conductor " Steve " R. Coliiy resumed his oid post on the local branch of the Cen tral Vermont ou Mouday. Conductor Hoy returned to the night run, while George Buzzell again takes the pleasaut oc cupation of " baggage-smaahing." "Steve" has pretty iiearly recovered from his jam in the Richmond wreck, and looks fat aud healthy, anyway. Do not forget the excursion of the Mont pelier & Wells River railway to Boston. Pickets from Barre and Montpelier and re turn only $S. Good, going October 96; returning, till and iucluding, November S. The route of this excursion lies in part through the picturesipie scenery, down the valley of the Pemigewasset, by Lake Win ulpeiaukee to (,'oucord a rare and desir able excursion. Cassius Peck is the recipient of a medal, uuder act of congress, for gallantry iu the civil war. " Cash " was a tighting member of Company F, Vermont Sharpshooters. The particular instance of gallantry in reoogultlon of which this medal is given oc eurred after the battle of Antietam in a charge across tbe Potoiuac, resulting in tlie capture of a coufederate battery. The reotor of Chrlit ohurob, Bv. A. N. Lewis, has iust issued tbe tirst nuintier uf thePartth Record, which is full of informa tion regardlng the pariih, aud eontalni also interesting articles on religiOUI aud nioral themes. Tlie Becord will hereafter lie issued on the 10th of eacli inonth, if sulti cient eucouragement is given. The little paper will iuterest many who are not mem D6M of tlie parish. In county court yesterday, the Pixley case was still on trial. The testimouy ou helialt ofthe respundetit was still being put in. That there was a tire is not nuestioued. The evi dence now coming iu is in regard to the time tbe tire was dlioovered, lt laolaimed by tbe couusel for the responilelit that he could not have set the tire and got to where he was observed, Judging from the time the witnesses of the respoudent say tbey MW the barns hiiruing. The case will take uutii Thursday before it is coucluded. Ad.ii 'tant-Gknkral Pkck has received from Colonel M. Barlier of St. Paul, Miin., adjiitant-general ofthe old Vermont Brigade, the last tiag of the brigade, which has beeu iu his possession siuco the war. Witli it is a record of the brigade under this tia', pre pared by Colonel Barber, from which it ap pears that the riag was used duriug the Petersburg campaigu aud the events which led to the surreuder at Appomattox. The rlag will lie placed with the other battle tlags at the state house. At the meeting of Green Mountain Chapter, Daughters of the American Revo lution, at Burliugton last week Tuesday, otti cers were elected and other busiuess was done. Mrs. Mary B. Peck ami Miss Belle Fi field of Moutpelier are members of the boaid of managemeut. Hon. B. F. Fitielu is a mem ber of the advisory board. These delegates have been elected to the national congress, to be held in Washington in February: Mrs. T. S. Peck, regent for Vermont; Mrs. B. B. Sinalley, regeut of Green Mountain Chap ter. Mrs. Mary E. Arthur, vice-regent, is the alteruate delegate. Thkrk has recently been placed among the relics in the collection of the Vermont Historical Society at the state hoese a powder-horn carried in the Revolution by Joseph Howes, grandfather of George Howes of Montpelier. The following in loriptlon is upon it: "Joseph Howes of Lebation, his fiorn, made in Wicked Cam bridge, October ye 14, 1775." The surface is also elaborately decorated with views of Boston, Cambridge, Charlestown and Bun ker Hill. Ou a card attached to the horn are the words: " Suhject to the order of Joseph Howes of Dakota." Thk anuual reuniou of the Vermont Of Ucen' Reuniou Society will be held bere on November 3. A busiuess meeting with an ad ress in representatives' hall will be held i e afternoon, and in the evening there . ill be a bampiet at the Pavilion. The officers of the society are: President, U. A. Woodbury; secretary, Fred E. Siuith; treas urer, L. G. Kiugsley : chairman of the exec utive committee, J. II. Lucia. W. H. Gil more and L. W. Shedd coustltute the re malning memberi of that committee. The oration will be delivered in representatives' hall hy Colonel J. 11. Guuldiug of Brattle boro. Mahy A. Mkrrill died last Saturday at her home, at the lower eud of State street, aged about forty years. She was the daughter of Ferraud F. and Eliza Wright Merrill, the latter the daughter ol the Ute Rev. Chester Wright. Deceased had been an invalid for many years, and since an at tack of the grip last spriug lias steadily failed. She is survived by a brother, Ches ter Merrill of Ciuciuuati, aml a sister, Miss Charlotte Merrill, witli whom she has livcd for many years. The funeral was held Mouday forenoon, at eleven o'clock, Rev. c w. Qiallagher offlolattng, and the iuter meut was iu Green Mount cemotery. Mr. Flbtchsr, tbe St. Johusbury Repub lican's Moutpelier :orrespoudeut, has this to say of the Apollo Club minstrel enter tainmeut: " For an amateur eiitertaiinncnt it was uearly perfect. The siugiug was one ofthe featurt 8, and no hetler is hcanl In professional shows. The jokes were freib, aml tbere were several laughable hits on the iHgislature. Tlie pnmdn of thn 'r ito, 's i' , - i,n -i niiu '.,t. 1 4y Pitch " bauner called out hearty appiause from Governor aud Mrs, Fuller, who aal in the (ourth row from the (ront. Mueh credlt nf the entertainment is du to the gcnlal Bert Taylor." The Central rallway's annnal excursion to Boston isannounced. Tickets from Baire and Montpelier, $5 for the roniid triii; good, going Ootober 96, returning till aml Inolnd ing November 5 a desirable opportunily to visit the "Hnb." in this oonnsction an iuiportaut ohange in the running uf tbe Central trains Is noted. The mail whicli leaves Montpelier at nille o'clock A. M. is now run as exjiress from White River Junc tion, arriving In Boston at tlie early hottf of 4:25 P. M. Travelers will highly appreclate this ciiange. Tho hour of arriving in Bos ton is earller than any ever made before. The expre.ss whicli leaves Montpelier at 12: ;W is dttl In Boston at 7: 15 p. M. Charlrs M. Thompson of the You'h'n '(jtnpaiiiri)il Boston, Ipenl a three weeks' vacalion in a " tramp through the south ern and eastern jiarts of Vermont and a visit of a week or two at Abe Holt's, in Woodbury. He was accompanicd by a friend, aml several others joined theni at Woodbury. Returning. last week, they passed through Montpelier, speiiding a few uOUn in looking about the town. Mr. Thompson has recently been promoted to the position of heail of the nianuscript read ing ileparttnptit of the Vnmpanioii. He has an interesting story in a recent number. He is to be heartily congratnlated on tho literary suceess which he is winning. Aiioi t 225 members of the New Hamp shire Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows, with between twenty and thirty ladies of the Rebecca lodge of Woo.lsville, visited the (inarries at Barre on Thursday morning. The Grand Lodge wan in session at Woods ville on Tuesday aud Wednesday, and this excursion was elected as a tittlng tertnina tion of the gathering. The excursionists ar rived at Montpelier about noon, aml were received by the local Odd Fellows and the band, by whom tliey were escorted through the priucipal streets to the Montpelier house, where dinner was Merved. Several Re beccas of Northfield and Barre received the Woodsville ladies at the hotel. The excursionists returned to Woodsville in the afternoon. I. N. Chase of Cambridge shipped from Montpelier to Colunibus, Ohio.last week, :i7ti Jersey cows, making eighteen carloads. These have lieen picked up at various polntl and are destined for dairy use, 2ti0 going into ene town iu Ohio. In the locali ties wliere these cows have been bouglit creameries have been established, aml dairying has loperseded the raising of catlle for beef. The average prii:e paid for these cows to the Vermont farmers is about $:(0. Mr. Chase made a similar ship ment from this point last spring, of which mention was made in this paper. Vermont farmers may raise cattle to stock the dairy regious of the West. Long ago they ahan doned raising for beef, and now the West ern farmer is forced to abandon beef-raising for dairying. TiiEaunual meeting of the Woman's Home Missionary .Society f the Vermont Meth odist Conference was held here, last week Wednesday and Tbnrsday.at Trinity ohuroh, Mrs Eliza A. Barrett ot Bradford presided. Rev. A. J. Hough made au address of wel come at the opeuing of the couvention, and Mrs. Barrett reaponded. Mrs. A. B. Truax tlien gave an address in belialf of the mis tionary societies, and there were papers by Mrs. 8. K. Huse of St. Johusbury ( enter, Mrs. K. J. Parmalee of Enosburgh, aml Mr Ella 0. Kliner of Barre. In the evening Rev. T. P. Frost, D.D., of Brooklyn, gave one of his brigbt and thoughtful audresMR, hli subjeot being Columbius' missiou. Mrs. O. M. Boutwell of St. Albans presided, and tliere was a large attendance. Remknyi! What recollections of rapt pleasures surrnund this name! What an ticipations of uew delights tlie annoumc meut of his coming always excites! And Remenyi is coming again! The muslcian, who, like Timotheua of old, oan " swell the soul to rage or kindle soft desire " is booked for lheOpera-house for Wednesday evening, October 20. No bving violiuist is tiie peer of Edouard Remenyi. None sostirs hutnan sympathy and seizes aud holdf every avc uue to tlie heart. Make every engageiueut subordinate to the coucert iu which this magioian of (be DOW is the grand central liguru. Witli him comes Mlle. Florence Sage, solo pianist aud acconipanist ; Miss Minuie Methot, soprauo soloist ; James W. Marshbauk, barituue all distiuguished so loists selected and approved by Remenyi himself. The date is Wednesday eveuing, October 20. A tramp pnt in an appearance, Tuesilay moruing of last week. at the living rooms of Peter G. Dewey, over his slore in tlie Selinas block. Miss Henrielta Dc.vey opened the door in response to a rap, aud was greeled witli a rullianly deinand for a OUp of coffee aud somethiiig to eat. Miss Dewey retired from the door. aud spoke quietly to her father, who was in another room. Ou Mr. Dewey's appearance, the tramp's manuer ohanged aud his eurly de maud was altered to a btiiuhle reqtiest which Mr. Dewey told him he would grant, provided he would do some work for him in the store below. The thoughtof work dead eued theman's appetite, aml he faded from the scene. Others iu the same neighborhooil have recently been annoyed by such visit ors; aud iu oue iustance at least a woman was intiiuidated into providiug food for one of these good-for-uothings. Thk semi-atinual meeting of the Keeley Leagtie Club was held at the rooun on State street, last week, aml these otticers were elected: President, William A. Lord, Escp, of Moutpelier; tlrst vice-president, Fred C. Wooilworth of Burlington; Reoond vice-president, Patrick L. Lyons of Mont pelier; secretary, William i Canniug of Montpelier; treasurer, P. S. Prioi oi Barre; exeoutlve ootntnlttM, Dr, li. L, Watson of West Topsham, Walter C. Wlnten of Bur lington, T. L. Snow of Barre, William Tierney of Berlin, A. H. Blake ot Portland (Me.), 1'. H. Gaffney of Montpelier, William E. Wright of Barre, Lee Badger, Peter Gauthier and A. Galaise of Montpelier. The membership of the club is rapidly in creasing. aml efTorts are being made to bring into membership every graduate of the Vermont Institute. The prime objeol of the club is to luduce uufortuuates atflicted with the alcohol, toliacco or opiuiu habit to take the treatment, while its general objeol is the encouragement of members to con tinue in the ways of ab.stiuence. Tua Unitarian ohurob was filled tu the doors Sunday evening ou the occasion of the barvest eoncert. Tlie church was very prettily trimmed. The pulpit alcove was nlled with corn, pninpkins. and many veg etables and fruits of the golden atitumn, and overhead were the words, " Lord of tlie HarTeBt." In frout was u pyramid of plants and vegetables in which weregrapes, apples, pears, corn, etc., aml iu the ceuter was a tower, huilt appareutly of blocks of m uM, Tlie programiiie comprised the following. Reading of poem, Rev, Mr. Weeks; song, "Our lteaveuly Father," choir and oongre gation. led by F. W. Bancroft; piav. i , song, "Praise, O Praise," oholratvd congrcga tton; exercise by Miss Cutler's class: m-i-tation, Charlie Wlng; responsive reading aml siugiug; "Buildiug of Ihe Tower of Char aeter," liy four meinbersof Mrs. Harlow M. Siuith's OlajSj song, "Ever-changiug Sea sons"; recltation, Edith Hlam liard; respou sivu reading aml siugiug: recitatiou, " Tlie Almanac," hy four littlegirls; recilalious hy Leslie liayford aml Abbie Harvey; "A Soiil; fortheGoru," soloby Mrs. Hattie P. Wil lard; recitatiou, "fcutntnet Gnne," Josie CofTriu; "Little tuaker Sinuer," Luuia Bailey; song, congregation, "The Old Htone Baxin," Alice Blauchard; song, "Harvest Home," cougreg ttion ; closing hyinn. Mr. Weeks made a very interesting V ' j ' " Mnl II iM. Cli au ilauas. ' seminaky hill. Bukt Yaw received a gash over his eye last week while playing foot-ball, andjwas unable to play at Barre on Monday. Buhnham is sick with typhold fever. Myron Cochhane Is visitlng here ou his way nOtDO, W. M. Yaw of West Berkshire, with hil family, Is vislting here. Miss RoTOB, 'm, of Woodstock was visit ing on the Hill last week. Hknhy Brewmtkr aml wife of Hunting ton were at Mr. Kddy's last week. Thk reception last Friday was enjoyed by all. About two hnndred were present. Mr. and Mrs. Benson of Boston were on the Hill last, week visitingwllh Miss Eddy. Miss Ci.aha P. Vancr was visitlng here last week. The students were glad to greet her. H. B. Hanson and John Blake, from Unlverslty of Vermou', were here last Fri day uight. A few of tlie delegates attending the Ep. worth League couvention made their home ou Ihe Hill. Dr. Bl'shnkll, 'hi;, made a short visit here last week. The doctor Is having very good suceess in his ptofession. The (Jifi lo ihe Publlc Llbrar. Thegiftof a portrait of Rev. J. Edward Wright to tlie Montpelier public library by Mr. T. W. Wood, tbe dlatingulthed arti', is an event of unusual interest to the peo ple of the village. The picture is, of course, a nieniorla! of both Mr. Wright and the artist, and us such it will baprlaedby all who have ever known either of tbe gentle men. Tlie le:ter accompanying the picture and the reply of Mr. Bancroft, as trustee, which follow, will, we helieve, he read with mtich pleaimre: " Athe.nwood, Oct. 12, 1893, "DearMr. Bancrotl Will you klndly allow me to present, through you, to the Montpelier public library, my portrait of the Rev. J. Edward Wright, as to him perhaps, more than any other individnal, we owe theex isteuce of our excelleot library. Mr. Wright is so highly esteemed in this conimunity that it seems ipiite titfing and appropriate his portrait ihould belong to the public, to whom he has devoted the best years of his life's work. Very trulv vours, " TH0MA1 W. Wood. " Mr. F. Wi BanoreI, Trustee." " Montpelier, Oct 18, 18r2. "JfK lnar Mr. Wood: Iii behalf ofthe presi dent aud trustees ofthe Montpelier public li brary, I wish tothank you for your beautiful and generous gift the portrait of Rev, J. Edwanl Wright received yesterday. For the people of Montpelier also, who will se it day after day, realizing that to Mr, Wright's faithful and untiring efforts Wb owe our library, I also thank you. We shall all take the greatest pleasure in hav ing constantly before us tliis memorial of two men whom Montpelier is proud to call her own. Believe me, faithfully yours, " Frkdkrk k W. Bani roft, Trustee." Epvtorth LeagUG Couvention. The tirst, conventiou of the Epworth League of the Vermont conference was held at Trinity church last week Thursday, be gtnnlng at ten o'clock in the morning. Sixty-tive delegates from all parts of the state registered. The programme, which was almost entirely in the hands of the young people, consisteii of essays ami ad dresses of more than average ability. The conveutiou opened witli devotional exer cises OondUOted by Rev. B. E. Reynolds. Rev. A. J. Hough made the address of wel come, and responses were made liy Rev. W. F. Bmith, Rev. W. R. Davenport and Linus Leavens. Mr. Sinitli spoko on "The Young Peoplo's Movement," Mr. Davenport on j " Methodist Fellowship," aud Mr. Leavens on " Wby a Conference League'.'" The I other exercises of the morning were a paper I on "The Leagtie I'rayer Meeting," by Mrs. ; Alice Morse Barney, and one on "Applied Christianity," hy Dr. F. A. Petty. A busi ness meeting followed, aml a periuaneut conference Epworth League orgauization was effeoted. The following omoeri were elected: President, Rev. W. S. Smiihers of 1 Barre; vice-presideuts, Miss Josephiue Taylor of Waterbury, wlllard Bhattuokof St. Johusbury, H. A Dunhain of Wood stock, E. F. Harvey of St. Albans; secre tary, Linus Leaveus of Enosburgh Falls; treasurer, Miss Mattie Hill of St. Johus bury. In tlie afteruoon there was a praise and prayer servioe conducted by the Barre chapter. Reports were made, and several naperi were read. Rev. J. O. Sherburue's topic was " How Cau Our (Conference Or gauization Be Made More BfTective?" Miss Winuie Ball spoke on "The Bible in Our Literary Work." Hon Stiles on " Social Christianity," and Mrs. O. 1). Clapp ou " The Model Secretary." The evening service opened with a song service conducted by the Trinity chapter. Then came three addresses on the Epworth League. These were by Rev. F. W. II iin lil in, ou " Its Back-look ;" by Rev. F. W. Lewis, on" Its Out look;" by Rev, R. L. Bruce, on " Its Up-look." Baoh Was full of lniplration, The conventiou closed with a cousecration service led by Rev. W. S, Siuithers, the new president. Ohituary. Hardino. Amauda, wife of Carlos B. Harding of Lowell, and daughter of Jacob L. French of Irasburgh, died iu Lowell, Vt., October 12. 1803, aged tifty six years. She was converted to Cbrist twenty-seven years ago, ami joined the Congregatioual church, nnder tbe pastorate of Rev. a. A. Smitb, aud has ever since liveil a consisteut Ohrls Uan life. Mrs. Harding was iu the best seuse a beautiful woman. None knew her but to love her. It is safe to aasume that uo uukiud thoughts toward any ever fouud lodgmeut in her heart. It is certaiu that no unkiud words ever fell from her lips. In the home she was a queeu, whose crown aml scepter were love. Her genial dispo lltlon, her kind deeds, aud her sympathetic heart, reudered her presence a heuediction to all with whom she came iu coutact. Many a sorrowing heart has fouud comfort in her words of loving cheer; many au un fortunate home has been blent by her un ostentatious charity. Her death came sud denly. Well as usual on Tuesday after uoon, she was takeu with neuralgia of the heart, aud entered Into rest at four o'clock the next moruiug. She was buried with most impressivo services by her old pastors, Rev. A. A. Siuith aud Rev. F. B. Phelps of Irasburgh. RtWOs Kinslky. Thk members of Green Mountain grange, St. Jobnsbur) Oenter, dedicated a new grange hall ou Thursday, Alpha Mesaer, master of the state grange, olhciatiug. Af ter a bauipicl tlie grangcrs met in the new hall and llsteued to several addresses, chief among them one by Mr. Messer. Thk Transcript Publishing Comp.my of Bolyoke, Mass., through J. G. Ullerv. its rnpreHentative, has purchased the interHHt of tlie Burlington Free Press Coinpaiiv in Its projecteil work, " Represeutatlvc Men of Vermont. " Thk new chapel at Ihe Soldiers' Home at Bennington will be dodicated ou the 20t,h iust. Ex-Govoruor W. P. Dilliughaiii will present the chapel to Ihe trustees Iu b half of the douors. i'nK hnatd ol dui i X DelMt, Mlch., hanadopted a resolulioii, afleraHeiee i;ih, excluding Catholics (roiu teachiug in tbe public schools.