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TI1E BTJ11LTNGTON, VT., FREE TRESS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10. I S-TWTF "UlES.
OUR CITY GOVERNMENT. THE PLUMBING ORDINANCE PASSED BY THE BOARDOF ALDERMEN. A l.lti-ly Itrimli In Hi" lloiiril Out thu Street ltiillimil-Mr. Aluur'ii Itlll for hcrvlrcH l-iirtlim- IM-iciisscil -Tln Slrcct Nnmbi-rii. Tin; llimril of Alili-rincti held an ml journeil uivutliiK, Miintlny lit which l'res tlent IJoiilh ami Alik'iincn Cook, ling lfsliy, Johnson, Kelly, Mi Kllllii, button and Wcnvur were pioi-i'iit. .1. II. Woiccm tur was granted a liciMiSL1 to connect tin premises, y5 Kltnwood nvcniu-, with the. .sewer. Tlio street committee, In accord ance with a resolution calling for a state ment in relation to tlie Street ltnllroml cotnpucy, reported that the company hud complied with tlie terms ot the resolution of Sept 14, Ifcs:,, in all respects except that the street dossing had not been put buck properly, but that t lie company of fered toplankorotherwisu repair the cross ings between the rails when so ordered by the CLtnmittee. Ahlenimn Knglesby moved that the re port of the committee lie referred back and that tlie committee in connection with the city attorney report at some fu ture meeting as lo whether the company have lully complied w ith the term" ot its contrai't with the city, especially as to mill ut . lining the character of thai portion of the highway between tlie rail? and two feet outsiileiot each rail, 'i'lie subjict was then generally discussed. Aldeliimn Kuglrsby thought the company had not liorne the expense ol the road lied in vari ous instances as per contract and in places where the Mrcets had been macadamized portions between the rails had not been so improM-d. Alderman Johnson thought the com pany were not required to use the same inatenal as tiie street depattnient did as I mg as they kept their part of the street in good condition. Alderman Kelly said that when the resolution in question was pa.sed il was understood that tlie street railroad weie to Use macadamizing wherever the street department did. Alderman Knglesby said the only point ut issue was tlie interpretation of the resolution. The city attorney placed the same interpretation on it as lie did, and the street railroad company so understood it, for their attorney inlornied him Hint they considered the resolution burden some and desired its repeal. Alderman Uooth sad he was under the impies.stou that the tormer Board had in tended that the street lailroad company should use macadamizing wherever the streets were macadamized, but lie was not sure ivhether that intention had been em bodied m the resolution as it stood. Alderman Weaver also thought that tlie coiupauv were to Use tlie same material as wiis used in repaiiing tlie sticets each side of their track. Al'leinian Hnglesby's motion was then adopted. The president read the resignation ot II .1 l"o-ter as grand juror to take ellect December 1, owing to his election as State's Attorney. Alderman McKillip moved that the resignation be not accept ed Alderman Knglcsby thought there sliould be two prosecuting ollicers so that when the State's Attorney was called out ol town there would lie some one here to prosecute the city cases, and moved to amend that the resignation In accepted. Aldelinan McKillip accepted tlie amendment so as not to vote on a negative motion, and the motion was lost, the resignation not being accepted. I.X-AUIKIIMAN AI.dKIt's CLAIM. The special committee consisting of Al dermen .McKillip and Weaver to whom was re I erred ex-Alderman C. J. Alger's claim for Sill) for special work on the water question, reported that as a matter of justice they thought he was entitled to some compensation, but there was no pre cedent tor paying him for ids services un less it was in tlie case of .ludgo W'lles wlule acting as mayor. Hut alter consulting various authorities tln-y had decided to recommend the payment to him of SI. 10 upon his sign ing a receipt in full. Alderman Knglesby said that while ho thought Mr. Alger had done a large amount ot work and was en titled to compensation for it, he was op posed to forming a precedent m the nmt- A'.derman Kelly said he was not in favor ol Mr Alger's projects more than any ni In r member ot the Hoard, but he was in u position lo know lli.it Mr. Alger mi entitled to pay, lioui tlie tact thai he had devoted his whole time to tin- water ques tion and the Wmooskl bridge, saving Illi cit v a number of thousand dollars. Alderman McKillip said thai Hon. Diniel Huberts was of the opinion that Mr Alger couid not culled pay for his seivi es fiom the fact that they were vol unteered. Udennan Weaver stated that every man who 1 ad been appioached on the subject thought Mr. Alger was entitled lo some coiiipeii-.ition. Aid. rinan Kniilesbv moved that the re port ot the committee lie laid on the table until ml the members ill tin- Hoard weie present, and the motion was adopted. llll. I'l.l MIIIN'li OlilUSASCK. Ald'inian Knglesby moved that the nlu nl'ing ordinance lie read the third tune, and the motion was passed. After the reading of the ordinance he moved the silspi iision of rule 11, which wis voted. He then moved the passage, ol tlie ordi nance and called for an aje anil nay vote The ordinance was pasted by the tollow llif villi- : Aves -Aldermen llooth, Knglesby, John- mih" Mi Kilbn. Weaver -.1. X.ijs Aldei men Cook, Kelly, Sutton 3. i.u:c ti:m: i.k.iiis. A resolution introduced by Alderman MiKlip, was passed authorizing tlie h'rect committee to locate four additional electric lights. The stieet cominitteo reported in favor of i:r.iutiiig the petitions for electric light at tlie corner of William and Main streets and tlie corner of Howard and St. Paul streets, as soon as leasible. Alderman Knglesby moved that the report of tlie committee lie laid on the table which was lo't. It was then accepted and adopted on million oi juuitiiihii .uciuiiip. sriii:i:r mmiii.ks. Aldermen Johnson said that he was un able to report satisfactorily in relation to the street numbers and he moved that n neciat committee of three lie appointed to investigate the ninth r and report. The motion was adopted and the chair ap pointed tlio street coiniuiiiee. The Hoard then adjourned without day An KiilnrprlHliif;, JCiillahlH IIoiiku Hcaiipri- .V bowiey can always Oo rr lleil upon, not only to curry In stock the- best of everytliliiit, but to i-ceuio the AKcney f"r such articles as liuvo well known merit, anil aio popular with tlio people- tlieieby Hilstiilnlni? the reputation of liciiiK nl wiiyseiiteipiKIng, it I id ever reliable, I hi villi,' Bcciircil the Agency lor the cclulinilcil I)r Klmr'.s New Dlscovi ry fur ronsiimptiiin, will M II It on a positive (.'Illilillitce. It will Miidy euie any and eveiy nlleetlonot Tluoiit, I.iiiiks, und Chest, anil to shniv our conllilciice, we In. ylle you to mil anil Ki t a Tuid bottlel'iee. TI1U WAI.KIill AND HATCH FA I I.UItl!. .Meeting of tlio Creditors Frltlny A. O. Illllnplircy Appointed AhhIkiioh. The creditors ot this Walker .V; Hatch Lumber and Manufacturing; company held a meeting at the probate olllco In this city Friday und elected A. (). Hum phrey, of the lli-iu of SalToriUt Humphrey, assignee. The creditors hope to receive .Ml cents on the dollar allowing for shrink age of sales, but the chances are against It. It was shown that the Wlnooski Water Power company, who nl llrst took slock in lliu new company, but subsequently sold out, have a mortgage on the titulary (or about ill, out) and II. K. Wright ot Wllllston holds a mortgaue on the ma chinery for MUUl). The liliseeuicd debts of the company aggregate about 'J!ft(HH) and thej estimate their ussels at 17,000, but the unincumbered property will proli ably not sell lor that amount The following aie the major claims proved Friday: Shep.ird A: Moise Lum ber company, tftll.Yi: S.ill'ord A: Humphrey, $I.VJI i Burlington Woollen company, -:)'JD ; Kd wards A: Stevens, .fis:)s ; .1. H. Booth, .silll); S. Bigwood A: Son. r.'u'J; sikillttnjs, Wl.itneys & Barnes, 17I7; B. Turk & iiro., xw. I'he most important claims which have not b-en uppi oved are as follows i John . w lutein I'oncord. .v il , f.niiu: ureeit- lee Bro-. of Chicago, i(i:il;C. II. Illoil ttctt.KiM; llowley A; llerinance of Wll llamspoit. Pa., H F. Sturti-vant of liostou. ss:t'J : Frank l.el'lair. Viiil f ltz- p.itrick A: Co. ot New Yoik, .sTOU ; Scrau lon c Watson ol Deiroit. s.V.b; Wliit- comb Fay ot Wllllston, .4.'i7 ; Holine.s Bios, of Detroit, SIJIII ; Bay Mate Belting Co. ol Boston, j:H); 1'. S. Peck, Willi; 1. T. Williams of New York, -s.iDll ; Wells .Iv; Hichardson Co., e-UM ; Hipley iSj Hiiltou, lilil; Van Il iriieiV liillliiiot .New link, ITS: M. Martin of New Brniisulck, .IT.i; Lcsli iV Co. of (ioslien, Intl.. i:i0; Ste phens iV; Detlrall ot Tonawanda, N. Y., ilild. Sliitcmciil of tin- l inn's Ad'.iliH Why tilt) IIiihIih'ss Slllllllll l.'Olltllllll-. Tothe IMitor of the 1'iee l'iers: The Walker - Hatch failure, 1 think, will turn out to be lar less disastrous than was at llrst thought. Tlie old company was a iiartnerslup composed of Messrs. Walker, Hatch and Macomber. About one year ago they with others lormcd a took company, and all the old company's assets were turned over tothe corporation. These assets, as I understand, were made up mainly of machinery, stock, both in the rough and partly finished. What their real value was it is my present purpose to consider. The old company had issued a catalogue at an expense of about i'MM, including the advertising in other chan nels, and it had winked up a good and Iirolltahle business. It was an Industry vv hirii supplied a demand, and was in It- ell a credit to tlie city. Hie corporation made a purch ise of tlO.OlIil. This was the original cost ot the plant. The corporation have atltled to it in buildings, consisting of one large shop two stories high with basement, nearly equal to another story for wol king purpose, a kiln two stories high and brick boiler house, the whole costing over jilJ.liilO. The buildings are complete in all their appointments with heating appaialus ot the Stuitev ant patent at a cost of .M.-.'iK). The shutting and main line of belling weie all new mil the same is true of every part of tin; above mentioned work except the two boilers. P'-obablv no bitler shoo either in its durability or in its adaptability to the uses for winch it is built, can he found any where. Tlie writer has seen quite a ntinioer or snops mull lor woou manu facture and has never seen one surpass ing tliis one in tin- excellency or Illness of Its appointments. The corporation have Uso added aoout 1.11)11 worm ot new machinery and have spent some s-IIKl in lowering tlie racewav. The ilgures above given are low, considerable leas than tlie actual cost. If this estimate is accurate, therefore, it would appear that, calling the new ma chinery worth half of its co-t, tlie plant, as it may called, with new machinery, is really worm to day to me purchaser W-,400. This tloes not take into account tlie old machinery which tlie old company had on Hand, nor the stock on nana ui un tune ot tailute. The latter was lnven- rietl at -stslHK), but was put in the sched ule at itioui). The good accounts were said to lie fcioOO, call them -J'iOOO. Theie would be then in all fsutnj to be milled to W'J.llin. making i-KUOO of real assets, not counting the oltl machinery, or the value1 ot the work already uegun and in process of completion, ami which Is now being mushed ami the lull value ot which les.s tlie cost of llnishing, from the time of the failure, must be add ed to tlie Ilgures ul'eady given. At a low estimate based on the above consider Hons it would seem that nl least s-l-UiOU of assets are available. Out ot this is the real estate mortgage of t'll,lM(l anil a per sonal e.-tate mortgage ot :!WI0; in all s-ll,-Oil), which deducted Ironi the asseis would leave net a-seis ot .s.i,;i.,u nvallaiile to the creditors. This sum is about what the uiisi-cuied tlebt amount to. In the above statement the cost ol the new buildings has been shrunk one-quarter, the new machinery one half, and no account made of the old machinery. The stock has been called .s-iooo less than the inventory made at tlie time, the good at- counts at their lace value, and .s-t(KX) for the value ot the goods in process of man ulaeiiireat tune ol failure. Noiv t his nrooei tv is valuable. It i all in readiness fur tlie carrying on of a good oiisiness. it should ne added that the plain embraces uut;-teiith of the water power at tin- itain. There is a demand lor the continuation of thissauie line ol work. It is understood that orders I' r work have come in unsolicited t.isier than the work could be done with a help of 10 men. It is io ne in pen some enterprising luan oi men ot means will be on hand to puichusc this piupeity, ami thus a valuable indiis tiy be saved to this city. Burlington, Vt., Oct. lssi;. ArridimtH on tlio s-ltlc-Miilks, The sleet which fell Saturday evening fioze as fust as it fell and rendered walk ing on the sidewalk a dangerous feat, both that evening and .Sunday. Mr. M. W, Johnson, of the linn of John sou Bros,, hail the misfortiino to fall Sat urday evening on the corner of Church and Bank streets and break his leg just below the knee. Dr. F. W. Kdwards at tended him until Dr. 1. M. Bingham came and set the limb Three ladles aho fell at thesaiue place, hut fortunately with no serious results. Sunday a gentleman tell on Cherry street striking on his head with such to reo as lo render him in sensible. If one or t wo of these accidents results in tlie payment of heavy damages by property holders or the city the walks may receive better attention herealter. rim in riiiitHinirKii. Baker Bros.' mills, in Plattsburgli, caught lire on Friday, ami were damaged to tlie extent of fJinoo or MOOD. Suppod cause, sparks irinii the lire in the holler room. An Annum- Wanted. Can any one hrinir us u eiiso of Kidney or Liver Complaint that Lleetrie Hitters will not spceilly emit ? We say they can not. us tlious anils ol cases al ready pi-inuinently einid ami who ate dully leeoiiiiiieinllug I'.Ji'i t rio I tli ti'i-s, will prove. Iliight's Dlseasj, Klaliete.-, Weak Unci:, or any m Inary coin plaint quickly cured, Tin- pill It the blood, rciril lulu lliebowels.iuiil in t illi eelly on the diseased parts, livery bot tle g'liuante.'il. Pit sale at Ml cts, a buttle by lleuupie& Low roy. MMTON. Al r." I tut I ird'si Ledum mi thu (Iriinil Army i:iiilsloli In Nun 1 l nn i-1 si ,. Ml li ON, Vt., Nov. 11. To the IMitor of the 1'iee Press: Last evening at the Methodist chiitch the people of our town were favored with a most inteiesilng anil Instructive lecture by lion. Henry Mallard of yotirclty, un der the alispicesof Iheladlesof thechnrch and congregation. 'I'he subject was "Acro-sthe Continent with the (Iralul At my," nnd gave the leading incidents attending the nlinual meeting and trip to San Francisco in July of tlie present year. Though the evening was '.inpropitloils, a numerically lespectable, and highly ap preciative audience attended, and inaiii lested th'-lr appieciatlou by uninterrupt ed attention. Mr. Ballard is nu unusually pleasant and agreeable spe iker, presenting his thoughts tersely ami vivaciously, holding tl-oioughont the attention and thoughts of the audience. lie gave Us the very next thing to a per sonal trip through 'he regions and scenes he depleted. Beginning with a descrip tion of the "great West," Us livers and lour grand trunk lines of ral'roads across 11 to the I'aclllc and the vast changes that have passed over it ill the last :',. jears. He proceeded to relate the Incidents and experiences, which, travetslng Hie im mense tcriilury twice, in going and le mming made n journey of some KMKli) miles, lie gave picturesque views of mountain andpraiiie, river and plain, lake and city, canon and cataract, ver dureless lauds, snowy mountain peaks 1 ami sweltering chasms, Mormons and I miners, sea cows and Chinese, with rail-1 road and California steambo.it excursions, ; receptions and marches, which tilled up j the two hours of delivery, to the delight and edillcailon of the listeners. Some, perhaps, might take exception to the lee-1 turer's earnest views upon the propriety or expediency of closing all ingress to tlie j "Heathen Chinee'' to our national tern-'. tory, as savouring too pinch ot contra diction to our boasted "Declaration of In dependence" and character as a civilized Christian nation ; yet, on the whole, the lectuie was intensely interesting and in structive, and delightfully appu-ciated. 1 think the general verdict ot the hearers would give high merit to the lecture and a hearty greeting to the lecltuer should lie repeat the same In ourcominunity at some luture time, or bring stores of deecriptlou or thought upon any other subject. J. 1-;. Movvkx. nun rt'tti.K; schools. lteport of till- Atlioiitiiiien for Ortober A IiimhI showing. The leport ot the eniollnient, attend nnce and taidini-ss at the public schools in this city for the month ending October :io, lssi; is as lollovvs: Sclnols Iltnh School tin v.v.i ! .'i (iiaiiini.ir selinnl i:w i;it.!1 tti I liiiiiiuniii- Annex It II..". HI (I l'lne sin-el luteiini-ibiite. S'.l SI. I !d II I'oinrioy liiteriiH ihute . SI TS.S !U - Ailimis nlei Iiii-illale.. . 7U liii I- I North unit Mtirra) slieels Int. i nieili.ue : L".i.:i lit 1 l'lne street I'liniiuv ... SS so HI 4 l'oineiov Primary lit! Hi '.II I Ailnuis Primary HI !U S3 " Ninth anil Miniiiy streets Primary ... Ha 100 81 s Mnhi stteet I'liiiiniy :;i ;n.a in :; I'ulls school il i;i;i HI I North Avenue Si ISU HI 1 Tot it I 1113 Mis.!! HO 17 Totals lor i iirnesponibiii? I ie i ii hi iss., 1CKI0 SB I 4.-, Beginning with next Monday, the after noon session of the public schools will open at hliU and close at Ihyu. This regu lation will continue through the short days of winter, and until the schools can return to the usual hours without danger to the eyes of the pupils on account of darkness. TIib. -Vial! Sur vh-o AkiiIii. To tlie IMitor ot the 1'iee Press : There is a good ileal of complaint with the mail at this dace, letters mailed here are never heard from, our daily does not come with any regularity, and sometimes we do not get it at all, as was the case last Thursday ; we do not lay the blame at any one's door. I suppose we should be thankful to get il as regularly as we do, under tlie present administration, and we hope it won't lie long. C. Jericho Centre, Nov. P. Itl't-l-llt l'tltt'lltS. Among the patents granted last week were the following to Vermonte.ts: Nel son I). Stanley, K-sex Junction, tire up setter; IlenrvC. i ole, Wallingtonl, shov el ; Homer M. Hinu-ll, Ivist Franklin, medicinal invig iratiug tonic, tradi-Miiark. Hough on llu- Li'KMulnrti, 1). K. Nicholson wiites to the Hutland llr.mltl as follows : "I see by tlierepoit that the I.t'gi-lalui-i' has killed the juven ile aiitl-toliiii-eo bill. K itlently thinking that a. boy under HI years of age has juM as gootl a rigid to lie a tool as an older one, in or out ot tin- Legislature." A Tenlliln Tire arouses tl-.e iiinielieii-loii ol n whole ellj. Anil yi-l I In-u llu Imvur n iIIm'iih' still t Ir-t one, Sail I ii ri lali', w. un u sullei- ll.nn vein tojea. Willi ehi' ane ihs.-ii .i s anil wtiiKiii.Pe peculiar to their sex Kit wunrtliiit lhe aie growum whim' wil h e cry d.it , an ' si III' take to measures lor their own iel . t. Ilr Pieu'c "l'avi'l lie I' l'st'liiilioli" I the li Mill ol :ile Innir 'Ui'l artied sttnlt n limiile eo.np unit ., it is guarantied to cute. flit II I'l ll IS 11 I'll list It lit ioillll fll-eMil. 1 Inml-j S.ir.-ap.inllii Is a eoi.stltiiMomil reteeilv. It e- catarrh, lilve 11 a tioil. Catnnh Is Intlammatlon of tlio mtieons meiiilirane, utteiuli-il vtltli Inereasci! secretion. Thus cat.nrh may afTi-rt the he:ul, throat, Btiimach, liovvels, or any patt of the lunly vvlieto the luucoiis membrane Is ftituul, lint catairh ot the head It by far the most eiuniium, coining on so iiuilu.dly that often Us presence- is not suspected till it lias olilalneil a firm hold on its victim, It Is caused by a cold, or a succession of colds, combined with Impure IHood. AVhen firmly established the disease- Is cx ceeillutdy ihsaKrccalihi, causing llovv from the nose, ill j ncss of the throat, heailai-lie, loss of appetite, roaring ami Mazing noises in tlio eais, etc. In 1 1 nod's Sarsapanlla may ho found a prompt and peimaiient euro for catarrh. It putlnes and cnrli-lies the blood, soothes and rebuilds the diseased iiii'iiiluani-, and thus soon ctnes tlie disease. At the samo tlmo it refreshes and times the whole system. Tlio reinarkablo siu-t-ess of this peculiar mi-iliclno entitles It to your confidence, (live Hood's iSarsapailtU alii.il. Hood's Sarsaparilla Bold hj allitniRKlitJ. f ljMifnrfS, rrppurnlonlj RoliltijrftllilriiRRliU 51, li for fS, l'rorrf itonlj bj 0. 1. HOOD .1 CO., A put b.-earle , Lo ell, Man, , liy C I HOOD A CO., Apothoi-arlci, I.ovioll, Mail. IOO Dosos Ono Dollar I IOO Dosos Ono Dollar I'roinall I'nrlH or tlui Sliiln. Marv Ann Henrlchon, who died at Hut land Centie, Wednesday, was m yeai.sof age. Charles B. Irish has been appointed Poslmut,.rat South Hero, to succeed A. B, heeler. Yerinonl sent tothe Boston market hist week I'.'H cattle, 7bi sheep and lambs, 111) calves mni c,.-,s swine. The Imilills of Biati lebnro have laid nearly four miles ot Akron sewer pipe in tlie village lids season. The Windsor national bank lias decl-ir-ed u three per tenl semi annual dividend, the 1st Inst., payable December 1. home of the young people at Hutland are anxious to have a toboggan slide built and it Is hoped the project will be carried through. Bellows Falls is going to buy u f.TJf(l tsllshy steam lire engine lor llii-ii- tleparl meiit. An engine house will be built at once. The duties received at St. Albiinsiluriiig October amounted to Shi, Ills 7!!. Among the entries that month Were PJ78 sheep, valued at sai.aio. The lititland village trustees have done consi lei, ild.' u.irl; in tlie .-i.'.n ;-,,. Dn, season, hiving nlniiit "illilO tecl of -ewer p pi. Ihsi ,es lepeii ing considerable, ami the total co-t b,,, been about id-Jut). Siittirihiy moi iiing a tleei appei-reil m the door yiud of Luther II istiiiau's place, on the Chittenden road three miles norlh-e.i-t of Hutlnnil Village. Holland people aie agitating the project ol organizing u board of trade and estab lishing n market day in Hutland and it seems to its wi-eand limely. A high compliment was paid to the worth and talent of Vermont 's state piesideal of the W. C. T. l, Mrs. J. L. Perkins, when Iowa W. C. 1'. I'. Invited her to deliver the iiililless al their annual convention, on the same terms which Mrs Liverni. ic commands lor such ser vice. Citizens Senna and Perron of St. Al bans arc ende.. t-jiiii to get .i shun of s7 i.OUU.ooi). belonging to a deceased lelntive ol Palis, France, named Bonnett, and an oliier tannly by l ne name ot liusiiy, ol lh.it id. .ii-, have high expectations Hum the est de ol one Lamot ot France. Mr. K. C. P.iiineiiier, assistant book ki eper ,,l the Balcheller Fork works In alliligfi'td, was inaiiiul Wednesday iniirnliig to Miss Carr.e Batcliiiler, ii wv ilthv young htdv nl Waliiiigloi-d and daughter ol .Mr. John C. Balcheller. F.. Vailelioiicii-tior, the catcher of the Hutland nine, is at his home m Lawrence, Mass., where he expects to train and play baseball in a rink. His kg, which he Injured while pla.v ing ball at St. Albans, still tioubles him. The Highland Park drum. Ilfeantl bugle corps ol Brattleboro now numbers !'(! men. They expect to move to a better hall soon and devote the winter mouths to learning to tlrum troin notes. Tliev hope to turn out a good corps, fully uniformed, m the spring. I The Brattleboro I'lttrnir presented it sell to its readers last vv eek in a complete new diess of type and enlarged by the ad dition of a column to each page with a propoitionate increase in the length of the columns. It is one of the handsomest and best weeklies in Vermont. The Brattleboro Free Library trustees have this week ordered JUKI vvoith ot new books. They also ask tor contubiitions ot historical documents from any who have them ami are willing to contribute to the public good. Bon. John Porter, father of Hon. C. W. Porter, secretary of state, died at Ids home in Quechce Saturday nun niug alter a briel illue-s, The deceased was highly esteemed citizen of Windsor county and had held many olliccs of trust ami lespoiisibility. His age was fe-s years. Throe Engines Collide. ' A singular accident occurred about two miles north of Montpelier Junction at about 7 o'clock Saturday morning. Four; extra engines, each with caboose attached, i were going north when, owing to tlie' storm, tlie lending engine was run into by the one following, and before the third could be stopped It ran into the other two. Tlie lourth was brought to a standstill before It reached the wreck. The llrst three locomotives and the cars were some broken and one brnkeman, who was stand ing in the door of tlie car drawn by the third engine, was hurt about the head. Tlie track was cleared in season to allow tlie Boston express to pass without delay, but the local passenger train trom tlie south was tlelav ed a couple of hours. A llorilhlu Turin Of irmlarial dise.iM-Is iliuuh oriiu. Constant drowsiness, sleep Interrupted by a chill, sue- eile.l by a consuming heat, anil that by nn evhaustlngswe.it. A scti-.ilion Us of nutnliiie s from cold, but no .shaking uttemls It. Bus tetter's Stomach Hitlers invariably er.nlie.ites It, though II is ihe most obiltn.ite lorm ol mliismn-horn di-ea-e. l'o eon. pier it wiih I 1 1 1 in nc- U as i ii ii isi I ili' a, to han't- down lilbraltar with a howiler. Mala-nil ili-ord is of every kind ate atteinled with tier mgeinent of t'ne liver, a luel evinced by the sjiTrim tint which the sltlu us-uines in such diseases. Tor tlnsst mptotii, as well as or Its cause, the Hitters Is a eeitalu remedy. 1'onslip itiou, dyspepsia, rheiiuiJtiMii, and inactivity ol the kidneys and bladder, are als relieved by this line allerative. iiti:titAKi's i.i.imi: of oi'iu.vi. A In ion to the viet nil ol vlliated in luliretice, a Ii essinn to tlie Mitleiers I nun tigoiiilng p , in. lints eti'Ui a -eil.itlte. all ilvin', an I uuti-sii.i-moibe, il all.t.v s nei't'oils it nt.ihiut y. le hetes p-iiu iiti'l eonvillsioiis, ami piodm- s de litrht'iil Kliiiiii" r lines not unlace na mm, eon-lip ii ion, he. id. i 'he, in- other illlple.isaul enii-i ipe nees.e iiiseil by t hi- narto'ie luoper I les 111 ot her i-i -in rat h aw ol 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 ii . It 1 1 iv. sertes the iien I de. and is iierleetly sale usa hiniseliolil H irii ily. I'l lee, eenls per bottle. Hold teiywlieiv Do nu le -Snntli, Agents, llOstOtl. Ti'tnir lot gne s eonle ' mill -tottuieh ilertlllg lu, I)i-. rs n.. st I -1 1 1 s. j, , . tv i it.ttiu need. "I am happy to stato that 1 used Hood's Sarsaparllla for catarrh, with which I have been troubled many years, and received great lehet and henellt from It. Tin) catarrh was very illsagteeable, especially In the winter, causing constant discharge from my nose, ringing noises In my cars, and pains in the hack of my head. Tlie etTnit to clear my head in tlie morning by hawking and spitting was painful. My gun-cr advised inn to try Mood's Sarsaparllla, and It gave mo relief immediately, vvlillo hi tunc I was enthcly cured. I am never with out the medicine hi my house, as I think it is win tli Its weight in gold." Mas. !. II. Cinn, to.';) i:ighth Sheet, '. W., Washington, I). C. " I have used Hood's Sarsaparllla for catarrh with very satisfactory results, I havo received more permanent henellt from it than from any other lemedy I havo ever hied." M. U. iti-AB, of A. Iteail & Son, Wausoon, Ohio. N. It, Do nut lie induced to take any other preparation, hut bo sure to get The Royal Baking Superioa? to Tlio fiicL tLafc Iloyal 3:ilcing Powder is, in nil respects, the best bilking powder ollered lo tlie public has been established beyond question. Prof. II. A. Mott, when employed by the U. S. Govern ment to analyze the various baking powders of the market to dorrM-iiiine which was the best and most economical, sifter an extended investigation, reported in favor of the Hoyal, and it was adopted for government use. Prof. Mott, has continued his examinations of baking powders sold at the present day, and now affirms it as his deliberate judgment, arrived at aftermost thorough research and a careful examination of the principal brands of the market, that the Iloyal is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public. Prof. Mutt, in his recent report, says : "The Iloyal Baking Powder is absolutely pure, for I have so found it in many tests made both for that company and the U. S. Government. " I will go still further and shite that, because of the facilities that company have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for other reasons dependent upon the proper proportions of the same, and the method of its preparation, the Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public. Dr. HENRY A. MOTT, Pii.D." IM U. S. Government Chrmist. n ftr -IJ-fl S v: myhhhiihe, -s W.tVt?L TOX. tf'Vlllltl.L-TfllB, TO PRESERVE AND BEAUTIFYTHETEE-TH.C1VE rTEAUHY TONETOTHEGUMS, AND ACrtEEABCE FrtACftANCE JT O THE D R EATtf MYRRHL-mEC-' ISSv'p.EERLESS PREPARATION. l-niSABSOLUTELYiFREE FROM ALL-INJURIOUS INCREDIENTS, IS AT ONCE THE GrTEAPESTAND BEST: m Ire ALL DRUGGISTS HEW unit SEASONABLE AVc have bi'jiun to rec-oivc our c-ek'luiiK'd Select OYSTERS. New Buckwheat Flour and Maple Syrup. Pound Sweet Apples mid (juLes And wo have it.s u.siial tln largest htoek of Tattle Luxuries and Fine Groceries In tlio city to soloct from OUR HI OTTO: BEST QUALITY, HONEST QUAET1TY. J 12 Clinrol) Str;ot. THE BAY STATE FAIR. HELD IN BOSTON, OCT. 6tii TO 9th, as Tin: i, it(ii:sT oi" its class Tin- ONI.V lH'TTI.-lt tlmt ti-oreil 100 POINT, nii.l wns liinrK. ! l.y Pruf. II. P, Slipt. i. f tin- Kulry I li p.n l lil-llt. PERFECTION" was nimli' by tlie COOI.PV I'ltOI'KsS by Ai.iiirii ItiumiN, Dtilh.iin, Mils., wIiom- butter liilnus Hit ci-iiis pc-i- iVnnil in tin- HosIimi niiii l.i t. Tin- Uii-iiiiii-i-y in- Piuliny lliitli-r M-uiliiu' tin- most iniints, vv.: !IT. was niiiili- by tho SHELBURN FALLS ... CO-OPEHAT.VE CREAMERY. The Cri-iiiiii-i-y lliitt.-r miiiiiik tin-MH-.mil iiiinilK-i-1 f i.niN, 1 : till, was liunli- by tlio WINl-SR ,, C '-OPERATIVE CREAMERY. itnth or tiii-M- ftu-tni-.i'D iiu-t-iinitiu ti-1 in tin. rooi.pv i'ii(ici:ss op ciii:..ii r.Ai iu:u- 1 N I ! . Tin .liuli;i-M won' PiiiT. 1.. It. AKNOI.I), Hum ln m thi-iv Is nn uii-.itiT 1IAIUY All. Tlioiil i v in ililn i-iiiinny m-Piniipi'. anil 3li-. PIMVA itl mikion, tin- niili'.t ami most oxprili-nri-il i-ri imwrj maniini-r in N. w r.nvlini'l. Wi' Mibinlt tlii'M' tart- In mlrlllifi-iil il nr lin n inn' mviii-1 licit- c-ln-i-st si-rutinv. TIh-bi- Pii'iiiIiiiiikiiii' nut i-Mi'itliiiial. '1 In-t IIOI.I VPboci s !, ii n-nii' OOl.U unit MIA l.i; Al l. Ii A l.s anil 1st 1-ri-iiiliinw, i bun all uiImi- nutliuils or proi-oTi. i-umblnt'il. vmmoNT i-wioi aiaciiini: co., ftoml for tllnstniti-il circulars. ii.iIIuhh i'hIIh, Vt Mlvii's PettinD Pills, A CUUH VOli DVSPH!SIA, ueliil Dlu'L'Mons htr Diet with rtu-h Hox. old by DrtiKKit or iet n'li' firW cents, JOHN H. Mc ALVIN, Lowell, Mass. ikVwly Powder BccJared all otliers. OB i i:vi:it lirum this i-iu ntuv AI.VOKI), CURE FITS! WhAti I ma im.t l i.i i t Rimn mettiT to atop t'iin f a tutu' n4 Hi n I"' m i-t.rn i-iq. !m n it1 ici , m. i ti iiti tii-i iiiif'a of nr, tn UlttV or FAIUM1 hlCKNjNl a life l ne Uu. I Httralit nif tiuie.1T t nm rt II 4 t'tntii tll4 ii mi ni i n t r w -eW i -ur. Bdii-l t oay fi i ft 1 n n 1 F f ll ttl ol my lit tUIMe rTn. ly tilt l"ipr'i .1 r'HtO.li It U 1 m a 1 m t, l, r I will v o. .f4i H. U 1.1 J I P'l"l,J? wY t