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Till? ttUliLlNC.TON FREE PRESS: FRIDAY, SEPT EM HER 5, 1800.
ALBURGH. r, . ,it hii proont"d n flap; tti tlio 'it until district. Tho ling was I Blued 111 n I'n ufa hirue number, lloV. ll.lt. i in mill Hie 1'ri'Himtntlon !iireoh and Itov. f,n .am u'tmiinled. Soiiiu ofntir "sharp" in .ill ii me 1 nut of tliatr money nt tlio C i r m It f.iir l the thlmblo name. Tlio 1 run from Sin to fi.VJ t 'arils nro out an i t'n uiiiriaxe nt Joint IJdwnrdsof C it in itnil I.nillo J. VinburgU of thla ii , v cilne-in . September 10. WARREN. I V f.ri'tnc and family nf Wakefield, ' , nr t I ir. t). I). tlriotie's. Willl.ini ' y al mill. Dell Ilrnm Is tenrliltn; In 1 M in if Hlnytim attends whom In ' I v ' Vs. W, W. Ncrvoyof Web-dor, . , a' 1 1' Vanl)eticit'n. J. A. Mo . f !' v i li tu e, 11. 1, anil UU sister U .oi v w oi k are limno.-William Ilar ' tMiin in Dedhani, Ma"". A mm -. r i I n ' i.une in Wnltlinm, .Maui., to B . I nnDeusen is In ilochuster mi iv mill -William r.lllott bail a I . . outlieSSlb limt., but Is liuptov r i Ilcuthisnt Hartford.- J. C. u n) i ile uro in Honton. WAITSFIELD. i i f New llavon, Conn., 1'. K. 1 t rl'T'i are nt home. The MI"cb ' ri I. liniklin of Lowell, Mass., II T-" Inners are In town, i . simi stuck a pitchfork tino t in it while Betting oil' lroin tlio SUDBURY. J K fo'-tnr lias returneil from Ohlo. . II ile 11 better but not ablo to I'D i. i !'i-,i'lto Is to teach the fall i M' nt school houe find Miss ' . I r.. k hchool hoiine.ltrs. l.tl- ii - .i eutcr ami liiuto stopping FtOCHESTER. i fi P.etltel while at. work In t.uttir ho" shop cut his left . 1 tirtular saw and lost two WATERVILLE. 1 hi in has moved to Cambridge urtt Mann linx e.miiplcteil his i . lor Mintliiil;. -Mr. Harvey . i iwrlitcr have returned to ben ' i iuIi ha returned to Worccs. t i me , Tillotsnn is buying entile. itii.ieiii cd Monday with Carrie 1 .it io Carpenter both of Cam i 'en Mi. I,deTalor of Am i , a l Mrs. Homer llarttard and ' Ni hiii, N. H.. nrn theKiicst.s of i I har i s Mamiiuv lias moved lo y I 'pi l mid Frank Laraway. Jr., 1 i it . tlii hotie vacated by Man- WESTFIELD. II "net Winglow of Bo-ton are i u. i i-, I). A. Wlnslow. apn-tt'tu'i-t soli is very ill. Mark nil. in d to Manchester, X. II. in i. it of town for it few days, ail ii been engiiKi'd to touch the I ol - MisB ilulot of 1'rovi u ii I rank C'hainberlln of Cam .iro the attests of Mrs. Jacob .' .n tended the service held nt y H'V. Mr (.rtaiinf Wa-hlnn- ii ilenuris or uar Jiter, Mass, lST RANDOLPH, itn'nal Sunday school scholars h i ' i iday In tho grove, near the A''i' rns i I. ngod over l). and member i 1 1. cn of the Milliard family, ' i .u d out ot door dinner, at the I i ..ii afternoon. i .in excursion to Ansa bio Chasm BRISTOL. i ll gained 110 over tho vote of i ".oi iats gained VJ, I'rohibi- i ii o,vn. Justices elected. - 1 iru'tfon, I. A. Young, 1'. W. Hi ii, mnrv tiate. jo in liana '. J H. Donnelly ran six bo rn Uristol and iX bohlud in POMFRET. nml wife aro In New York. i i i turns this week to her -. iv .urn. Albfo I'erkins Is Ht- w i.nuland fair at vv otvester. . h i- returned to New Hertford, -i stooo stock. M rs. A. K. . ii. Fanauf is In ( annua. ADDISON. it'id wife are Rolna to Ilotnn '.itiorrt is sick.- Mr. Aldricb -t -ei 'nun iittiolta,iti?tchuri h. V. arncr is at home. -i-chi.oi I.. M. llrowu lonelier, hcKius LA'3T MONTPEL1ER. . p'nv at Middlesex. Monday, a I wile have returned lo the and Wilbur Havfonl has Il irvey house, (ii-rlic Cutler, "i, ' imi" llliss, luc. Dim;wall, i.vin. Williti in Kelley. Chaiies t ,i. I loll and Charles heeler at it t lie Vermont Methodist seinin Aihi luirnhamisat liurlington. s i i!,.ileBcent. WEYBRIDGE. ,.i- returned to Wcybridge alter n in li.ikota. lie Miy this i id of Dakota.- M K linker ii this wmti r.- I'rof. and Irs. to their home in West Vir i Hi v. Mi. Hulison of Vei- nii-i'swith Kev. Fort. Sunday. i- 'luldlehury, teaihes anain in 1 -tnci ; school lavan t-eptomher is and wife are hero tioni tho NORTH TROY. 'i l'lirti r is duiigerouBlv sick of -miiii'V I'hillipB is hcnoiibly sick. i i.i'iiriiii finisho.l his mviviil .V' . demy npuned .Monday, teach i.t'iiiL', Jlisses Htta lladloek and 1 1 'emhince larger than evor. -Air. I i .1' n, Mass., is hero. An em 1 i ui.ui.in ot Sutton, bioke his , ''.inniaior A; I.ewiB's mill in Jay, FAYSTON. Mad I Ivor Vnllov fair have been i 1'iumpt, especially of flno colts I - - " ui'l rnovas to Moretown to ' Ward. Mrs. ti. V. Ainsworth . "ii. n.ovo to Minni'iipoiht this -.. i . M. AltHworth will accoiuua- ROCHESTER. ii ban gone to Canada. II. It, 1 1 1 1 1' of -Maynaril, Mass., ara nr llarwiy. KUa Tievilllon is i. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Chat i fclri. liov. J. P, Muiviuio- WEST BERLIN, i rn to K. (love, Sunday. Mrs. I id August ail, buried the "bib, in omciaimg. miiooi lejan SVilleyof Horllu, teacher. M .r 'CAST CALAIS. " iliams of New York is here. ' ' No. lobi-gan Monday with .' i. teaoher.- Mrs. U Hcmls uf -uma her sister, Mrs. ira. MONKTON. " Denver returns to the West ii.s has returned tu Manclion- iinvtd in health. -The picnic in lay bchoul at Long Point was 1ST BERKSHIRE Pi fry and wife ore at i'hllo in') Morris Is teaching at lieiw i.lage school begins Monuay, .-i Berkshire, teacher. GRANVILLE. l Hon and Mrs. v. W, lloss are 'u'lo.M. I.ainb Is tea ell In if In 1). W. I toss Is at Walls ml Is nut nnU well borne bv "i iirltable slomncb, but It will 'liKustive organs. Dyspeptics I' Ii ie!if from Its use. "JUei. i'i in satisfy n. v .'i petit ' better i ' a ' t.i ' .ys a built ler i.; coiii!.ii.it. MONTPELIER. A pnrti from Vermont, Lodge of Odd Follows will visit Korthllelrt lodge, Thtirs- (tny ovcnlne, September 11. The Walts- Held lodgo nro arranging lo hold n union this district ill this purl carrier, is on picnic of tho lodges in in this district, Milium hero ot Washington county, Timothy Cnllnhan, loiter his untiiinl two week's vacation, nud Georgo A. knnpp, clerk nt tho post olllce, htaftod Tuesday on n vacation of otto week. Iho .Milltnry bund ami u Inrgo gntlierlne of townspooplo viilted tho residence of ,. Hart Cross, on School street, Tuesday night, null gavo him u serotindo in honor of his election to the position of town representa tive. lh visitors wero trentert with cigars mid it fow remarks from Mr. Cross, after nn introduction liv W. A. Lord nnd threo uhcars from the gathering. Tho hand then serenaded James 11, Lnngilon, Ilia Herlln town reprosentntive, nt his residenco on Main street, receiving ti cordial reception and cigars front Sir. Lmigdon, who said ho "wished ovorythlnz in ilontpuller could he n swoct ns Hip music." NORTHFIELD. II. Ii. Fnrniiui, grnduato ot Cnnton, N, Y., theological school, who has lately been supplying tlio Vniversnlist ptilplt, will ho orrtainod nt T p. in., noxt Friday. Rev. Dr. Atwood of abovo named school, will deliver the sermon, and Hev. J. lMward Wright of Montpelior, tho nddress to tho society. A council will ho hold on Thurs day uvoning. STOWE. Schools opened "Monday : high school with an increased attendance. i-towe cornel hand paid their termer leader. I'rof. Albert Cheney of Wotcrbui'v a vi-it, l-ridny evenlna. -Mrs. M. .1. Kalch is with her daughter, Mrs. Hitch cock of Mcrflsvillc Charlis Talrman of Wtt-hinBtiin. D. C, is the nuost of C. II. Chap In. Mr. Ida I old and sun are nt North llno l'nrk. The following fusion justice ticket whs elected 'I titular : Republican, John Smith, ". Aljter, V. J. Atkins : demncratii, tleorge Hohlnson, John Wilklns ; united la bor, . 11. Weeks, T. It. Smith.- L. S. Thomp son and wife of Host on. accompanied by Mrs. Thompson's sister ai o In ton n. VVATERBURY. Klnier Cofl'raln has returned from Johnson and will live nt the noil'rnin place. -May Writ-ley is in lliir'im.'ton. Mrs. Adelhert Itnr lciirh returned this wu-knlth her two chil dren to her home In Adrian. Michii'aii. tnkliiir Nina Hruce, her Bister with her. Mrs. l'lin lw i nnrnuyke went cdncsilav to Manchester, N. H.. lo live with her daiwhtor Mnr. The Christian Endeavor society of the Mi lhodist church will meet at T o'clock. Htindav evening iiimtuu oi i uesuay evenniR as noretoiore EAST CAMBRIDGE. Mm. M. J. Robinson of Manchester. .'. II is with her sk-tcr. Mrs. t-arah Nye. (llennlo tionyenu attends school al Johnson : Mary NyeHt Morrlsville academy. -Kdwnrd Hay. lord from LUtln, .111., has been the guest of L, H. Tirtill.-fl. J. Weston of Hanover. N. II.. is with Mrs. Frank Weston. Mrs. Miranda l) Connor Irom -New llavi n. Coi.n.. is here. NORTH FAYSTON. Mrs. Jacob Tarr Hotce died Septcmlier S, nae 1 TCI, the oldest pi 'so in town.- A i-on was horn to W. I; Urntidfleld, Scpteinlicr .1.11. Johnson sold his place to Mrs. Hone H Innnl s. -Mrs. Annie I'asnett Uiay and. daughter Irom .mv ium ciij um uei-c. ornu lioyto s girl Is Sick. RIPTON. After election (i. J. Hodges wheoled S. C. (li'insin a wheelbarrow from his house to the town house with the usual nccomiu'iiiments or music anil lairness to sett:e a waiter.- L. C. Bean's horse gut onto nn old plattouu to a coal kiln which nave wav and allowed It to iati -u ieei. Kitting the animal. EAST BERKSHIRE. John Heart of liranrton is hero. fienovieve Huliouil of hiciiuo is nt Mr. Hart" . -The lunil Siri iiaili d Mr. Paul, Tui'sdny. -Hl'liop inr-s'-ii i, in inn i i nine in meni ins appoint- nieni mi' .-epiciiiner , nt i alvary church bervioes tor September at o'clock p. m, NEW HAVEN. Warren ash of North Dnltota is bore. Dr. H. A. Stoddard of Slielbnrne has located in town. (1. A. Hartoii is sh It. Ira Wind. iu:ed 4. voted on iuesday. lieprc-cntath e i h ct Soii'ii' will kib a reception next Weiliusfli.e evonin'. VEST ADDISON. Prentiss C. Hoyt is tenching at Crown Point. MtB. Frank Trimble teaches in dlstrh t No. and Cora s-ttiiiiir tn No. I fli-ncii Hninu II. engaged in the City llo-nital. Iiostoii. ROYALTON. Fred Lockwool is station ni?ent.- Pi-nrt Morse is in Wiuchenrton, Mass., studyin,' inert ictni . -Tlio Congregational society havi raisert nearly S'jOiI toward repairing the chuioh. MONTGOMERY CENTRE. Frank l.umhia has moved to Loivell, Vt. Mrs. Flora smith has returne.l from tlm liru. nital, health unimproved, Uuy Hon ley is bol ter. EAST WARREN. Hev. A. 11. Truax holds otinrtcrlr services Satin day adernooji and Sunday. - t.ntiter coiuy is very sick. Herbert Poland is Blok. PLAINFIELD. "Fnelo Jeff'1 Lanson died Friday. Jioi . Ward preaches Sttndaj. llitmestllig. The conlrni t to build the Vermont insane asjltim was awarded to Mr. Clinton Smith of Middlebury, Vt. Head what he snjs about the Msterioui Pain Cure, a biotch toinedy. Then if you hao r!ic iini.it i i si, neuralgia, lammio.h, brui'-i's, i-pnilns, sick headache, etc., try this external toinedy and If jou do not tmd uutck and hi.stiin; lellcf wo do nut want your money. Sue circulars and read what our ueitihb, rs say about it. W warrant it. Mfci-sits. J. Ii,Ui.M.s A Son- (,inll, mnt: In reply lo j ours of the 1Kb, 1 would s is uij cm ploo whom you tioiteil for a sprnlnert iinklo with our Mjslerious Pain Cine al HurliiiK ton. N't.. Mime time since, walked a mile or more to lim home after ltn lug tlio can nt this station the following evening, and tho next morning wis ready lor work as uaual with the pain and sorene-,3 all 'one. We have used it In our family for . roup, fore iliionl. i oms, etc., and tlnd il uuii k to do its wiir.;. ami is a valuable icini dy. I i an chi urfuilv n i oiiimi nil It to thu uolicu ot tlio public. Iluspeetfully jours, Cl.IMOX SMITH. Midillebur.'.', May 24. 1WH. Sold br ilriink'islo, Wells, Hiehardson A- Co., wholesale agents, J. Ilarnos A Sou, proprie tors, liurlitmlou, Vt To Olip Silhsci-ilmrs, The special announcement whiih apiieareil in our columns some time since aiiiiouucing a i-lii'cial nrrangcmi nl with Dr. H. .1. Ki.mmi.i. t o., of Enoshurgh Falls. Vt., publisht rs oi "A Tieuli'-e on l he liorse and Ins llisenses." wliei-i'-b our hiib-cribHls were insbleii lo obtain a cops of that valuable woik l'ruu by Bi'iiilinu' Ibeir address In II. .1. ki.Mm.i, Co., innrt ciii-lo-iug a two-ci'iil stainii tor matliug suiuei is renew ud lor a limited period, Wu trust all will avail themselves of the, importu nity of ohliiiniiig this valuable work. To every lover of Ilia lioivo it is ilidispeusable, as it treats tn a Dimple manner nil thodtonsea which aflbi l tins noble animal. Its plii iioni. I'lial sale throughout the l intel States ami Canada, make it standard authority. Menlion this pupar w lien sending lor "Treatise." Which Tumps arc Pi iifnrahlo ? Llrimi the Mluneiiimlla Trlbiine.l Since it is inevitable that there must be troops occasionally ut the polling places on tedornl election days dn the Moulin is it hotter to have striotly resjioiisible fertornl spldiors protecting till voters, rogardlet-s ot party, or shall wo suunnt to thu present pi in of a coiitioi of thu ballot liiixi's by coiiipaiiii-s ol you democratic brig mils '' CUAMPLA1N FAIK. OPENING DAY OF THE ANNUAL EX- HIUITION AT HOWARD PARK. ALnrgo I'lrst liny Atteiirtanco Most lib elling Hull (inula of tho Season Splrllort llaei's In Two Classos -'I ho JI.vlillillluii. Tho mnnngcrs of tho C'linmplnlu Valley fair nt Howard l'nrk wero favored by one of tho most delightful days ot tho season nntl tho opening day of thnlr unnital cnIiI liition yestenlny was very successful. Tho day was bright nnd tho air was neither too cool nor two warm oxcept (luring tho ball gamo when sonio of tlio enthusiasts noted un appreciable rise in tlio temperature Tho attendance was (ratifying tor tuo llrst duy especially when the fnct is remembered that on sovernl opening days ot thu Stnto fair tho receipts were not stilllcient to pay tho running expenses of tho day. Tho nrrnngo ntent of exhibit? in iho vnrious departments wits well advanced for tho first day in an "oil jenr." dating from the State lair, and tho visitors found numerous things to feast their eyes upon in tho way of attractions. Many oxhiliits wero Into in at riving, not roachlng the grounds until lnt iiicht, but this morning thooxhlbllors will undoubted ly bo ready to bo "at homo" to everybody. The show of Iioiecs is particularly lino and n number of Iluo herds of blooded cat tle as well ns grade cows aro to bo found in that department. Tho show of sheep and swino is tho weakest in tho stock depart ment, but soma especially tlno animals uro to bo found even here, Tho poultry show is iUlto large nnd it include a number of very nt tractive coops, tho variet y being tnnrked. Floral and mechanics hulls nero in a slate of transition, nnd oxhibltors were busy during the cntiro afternoon in arrang ing their attractions. Jrtnehinery hall in tho largo pavilion was nn exception to the general rulo Irom the fact that everybody nnd everything about it appeared ready for the fair to proceed and it contains a large and lino exhibition. Yesterday's programme was carried out in a successful manner and everyone pros cut appeared ell pleased with the day's sport. Tho ball gamo which resulted in favor of tho Brnttleboros 2 to 0, ngainst tho University boys, was by all odds the linost gamo of ball put up in this city during Ibis season of exciting gainos, nnd it was thor oughly onjoyod. Tho races in the 2:4. stakes were also closely contested, nnd horse men rank them liljli anion;; tho ex cellent races trotted at Howard J'urlc. Another game of bull will be played nt tho park this morning nt 10 o'clock, and this, with the afternoon races, will make a tno3t attractive programme THE BALL GAME. Tho V. V. 31. 's shut out lurtho first Timo this Season '-! to O. The series of four games with tho Hrnt tloboi os was opened with a victory for the visiting team by ascoto ot 2 to 0. The game was played la tho enclosure and wns up pnrtntly ot more interest to tho spectators than tho races.iThe result of the gamo can bo directly attributed to tho inability of the home team to hit linldwln who occupied tho box for tho visitors. Tho nimble looted Dottd on second nnd Ilickey nt short gath ered In all the ground hits that came thter way and tho Iirattlohoro lleldi'rs hurt an ag gravating way of getting under everything that wns batted out. Hickay tool: two hot liners from the bat from which he litado two pretty doubles. O'Connor pitched a great gamo striking out 12 men nnd tickled his position in line shape. i U. V. M. a. ii. n. In sn. aii. no. a. b i I.. Allen, lb 4 0 0 II tl 0 Ii 0 O'Connor, p II fi n u n u ill l Hill, bs 1 tl II U 0 1 1 (I (iraos. 2b Arc t II II 1 1 .1 I 1 ltanney. c A- 1. f 4 (I U U II tl 1 1 .1. Allen, ah 1 0 II II ii n li ti llogle, c. f. 4 II 1 I) 0 0 U 0 Hi ewer 1. f. & '-'h. . II (I 1 1 0 U n (I Ferrln, r.f 3 0 0 1 1 '- U U Total 83 0 1 3 2 lil I'J 3 ltnATTuuiono. Dnwrt. 2b 4 1 1 2 0 3 '.' I Smith c. f 4 H I) il ti 1 n U Murphy, lb 1 1 2 2 n 8 n ti Hiiki-j, ss 3 II 0 I) 0 4 I 1 O'K.iutke, c 2 0 U 1 tl 7 n 1 Mcliill, 3b 3 II (I II II u 2 I Jones, 1. f 3 0 fi II II 2 II 1 Donnelly, rf 3 0 0 0 I) 1 0 n Ual'iwin. p 3 0 0 U (I 1 il 3 . Totals, 211 2 3 r, U 27 11 scoieby inntngs- 1 3 3 1 5 0 7 0 V. V. M I) I) U II 0 II U () n- II lirattlebovo ... . 0 U II I) I) ! 0 0- ! Time: 1:1(1; enrnert runs, Iirattlohoro 1: struck out by U'Connor 1 1, by liiilihvin j; bases on balls by U'Connor I, by H.uilwm 1: double play, ilickey unassisted; wild pitch. () Connor t; tut ny pticiien nan. ilickey: umpire, I. C. loluisott; SLoror, J I). Allen. THE RACES. Little Ned ami Harry 11. Win Iho :!.-. (Muss and Van 'i-ss stahi's. Tho trotting bognn promptly nt one o'clock with tho 2:4- class, piu-to $:!U0. There were six starters, c. bay Aluiout not appearing. V. W. Jlooro ot Hhorehnm, 1). (J. Matthews ot Morrisville and U. 1). Leonard of Hitiesbitrgh culled the horses up 'and g.ivo them their plncjs. Tom Hamil ton got the pole, Prince second, Prince It. third, Alcnnder fourth, IJtth- Ned tilth and Hoi'.huru sixth. In thi! tlrst heat Liltlo Ned was an oasy winner, and barring a little brush at tho ilnish with Prince It., there was littlo contest. Little Ned first, I'riucu it second, I'riucu third. Tune, 2:;! 1 J. In the second heat Tom lluiiultoii out footed Prince H. and got second pl.ico ; Littlo Ned won handily in 2 : l!li "'t'1 'l'0,u Hamilton tocoud and Prince K. third. In tho third hent the horses were some time in coming from the stums and scor'd several times beloru getting olf they went in a hunch with Little Ned a trillo In tho lead, which was Boon increased. Prince madu u bad break ut tho ihird quarter turn nnd lost his pluce but gathered and came down tho stretch m line style guinlng lost ground. Little Ne.l and Tom Hamilton were close neighbors down the strotoh tho former win ning by a neck in 2:!J1J. The suiiuuury follows, No. 1, 2:lo class, purso .$300. Little Ned, b. g A. b. Webb, llur- llmilon ill Tom Hamilton, b. g W. .1. Davis, Windsor fi 2 2 Prince Ii., i). it., K. F.. Sykus, While lllv- cr. I unction 2 3 2 Prune, b. ., Iotils L'lpoiut, Plntts- burnh, N. V 3 0 4 Ah under, i ll. a., K, F. lltownell, lttir- Imulon - ..140 Hi dhurrie, eh. if., tl, M. Di'lanoy. liur lington !i ,1 f 'lllue, 2;-i4'4, 2.3H, 2;31t. Tho Van Ness House staked for threo-yeur-olds, purso $11115. had four entries. Although the time was not fast the race was u osely coiitostcd and oxciled much interest. Uaby Hello drew tho pole, Donotta second, West J'oiut third and Harry H. fourth, llaby Hello and West Point had several brilshos down the backside hut Wtt Point I eat the mart- al th' n i 'h and sno mud'' her bust time in this hcut gelling second It. third and Douelta fourth, time 2:ol. In tho second heat Harry H. was sent to win, beating West Point and Itnby Hollo, nnd winning In 2;!H with Wost I'olnt socond, Hnby Hello third and Donetta in tho snmo ploco. In tho third heat AVost Point and Harry having both won one hent, tho division of tho money was uncertiilii, but Hnrry H, took tho lead and held It easily till tho homo stretch when Wost i'olnt who had not actod tlrst rato in this heat forgod ahead and drove him under tho wiro In 2:00J summary follows: Harry II., b. g., S. Harris, Morrlsville.. West. Point, b. s., W. H. II. Walker, Windsor . ... Hnby Hollo, r. f., bonis Ijipolnt, Pitts burgh, N. Y Donetta, b. f., F. J. Dunbar, Wlnooskl, Time, tVil, ":Vl.. MECHANICS' HALL. Tho 1 1 Tho nini'liliicry Department t illnrt Willi n I'liiu Exhibit-.Somu ol the Kiitrli's Although the show in M.ochnulcs' hall was already n good one, yestenlny was a dny of preparation, as Is always tho cuso, nnd many of the exhibits did not nrrivo at tho park until last evening. Tho largo building devoted to tho display of agricul tural machinery, carriages, etc., was well llllod, however, and it is fully up to the average of previous years in general, whilo in some respects the exhibition is bettor. Tho exhibits nro particularly well arranged for the convenience ot spectators, theto bo ing bettor method in tho largo machinery hall thnn usual. At the oat end ot the pavilion is the ex hibit of tho H. H. Rnbcock llttggy Company of Wntertown. N. Y. south was Iho llaldwm Refrigerator Company of Hurllng tott, who showed ull of their dillerent styles and sues of refrigerators uttd mndo an ex cellent exhibit. Tho exhibit ot A. (1. Pierce, dealer In agricultural implements, ot liurlington is next wost next, uud it comprises al most everything needed by the mod ern tiller of tho soil, including mow ing machines. liorso rnkes, manure spreaders, Slltdobaker wagons, cusilttga cutters, harrows, tedders, plows, Grays, throshers and horso-powers, road carts, eta. Kichnrd Nott of liurlington also makes n flno exhibit in the lino of funning machin ery and utensils. William Decring and company of Chicago show several sUes ot thoir well known mowers, in charge of their agent, H. Hammond of Iiostoii. II. A. Hay of liurlington makes n flno exhibit ol carriages, buggies nnd road carts. Mechanics hull, proper in tho llornl hull building siilfered more than machinery hnll fiom the Into arrival of exhibits but a larg number of displays of great merit arrived Into in tho afternoon and evening nnd by this morning litis department will make its usual complete and excellent appearance Tho display of fruit and vegetables was al ready liirge yesterday, Including nn endless variety attractively arranged. The dairy exhibit occupies a prominent position in the contro of the north ' end ot the hall and it includes some lino exhibits. Tho Cooley Creamery company occupies tlio central position at tho opposite extremi ty of the hnll. This department is titular the supervision of Mr. Fred Johonott who is assisted by Mr. li. W. Wilbur. STOCK DEPARTMENT. An Unusttallv linn llllw ol llot-.ses in 'arlotis Classes. fine of the finest features of tlio horse show U the exhibit from Dr. W. S. Webb's Sholboiirito farms which inc'inles 2.'! import ed English hackneys, Fruncn eoachers nnd nntivo trotting stock. The exhibit is head ed by Almont Wilke-i, the French coat-bin htulliuns Juvunhts, Juchitor, Juan Hurt and Job, and tho hackney stallions Courier, Ilrown Fashion, Accident and tiprotbro Fashion. Tho brooding of soma of this ox hibit follow-,: Almont Wilkes, by Almont, dam Anna- bol. Folly a carriage liorso bred by owner, Hoigut UIJ, folded May Otis, lSii; sire, llicroyable; dam, Violet. Sprotbro Fasu- iou, lieight l.j.l folded lsSo, siro Charlie Firuawuy, dam by Perfection. Courier lolded 18ST sue Canvasser by Conlidenco il'im .l ly Day. Juvaiiais by Agumlel dam Hapide. liuskiiey iiinro Nitrate, by Copenhagen, dam, l.ndy riroaway. lieliio Lyons, by Candidate, dam, Lady Lyons. Lady Alnco, by Fitnber Firoaway, dam, lionny. l erunudB, a I' ranch coaching mare, by nleriou. dam, lompete. Col. Let! rand H. Cannon exhibits Sister and her handsome colt by Homestead, Ono ot tho finest llllies on tho grounds is Col. Camion's bay 111 I v Ada, 15 months, wuich won lirst prl.o m her class at tho liorso bleeders' meeting nt Rutland. Ada is by Homestead, dam by Adonis, second dam by Wnlkill Chief, third dam by Sir lleury, lourth dam by American Star. There is also a lino exhibit of tho got ot 11. V. llrbw nell's stallion .Meander. Tho horsu show na well ns tlio cuttle nnd sheep will bo spoken of at length to-morrow. Minis. Between the heats yesterday nftornoon 12 of D. W. S. Webb's imported hncknoy uud coaching horses from France and I'.uglaiid were led out in front of tho grandstand; they made a lino exhibition uud wore loudly applauded. A horse attached to an open wagon broke through tho bridgo on the north sldo of tho grounds just inside tho track, but was ex tricated with only a fow scratches. Tho gamo of ball drow- more nttondanco from tuo crowd thnn the liorso race, and the grand stand was nearly dosertod during the gamo. Tho gamo to-day will begin at 10 o'clock a. in. ADDISON COUNTY FAIR. Opens Aimplt'luusH Mraiiyor Wins the rariniii's' Kate. ISpei iul to the Trio Puss.l MtiiliLiiin uY, Vt. Tlio Addison county fair began nujiicloiisly to-day. Tuero was iiuito a crowd on tho grounds this afternoon with prospects of a big attendance to morrow and Friday. An unusual largo number of entras hao boon madu and con siderable stock was brought upon tho grounds this afternoon. Tho farmers' race for a purso ol Jjl'.'.i divided, was trotted tlii j atternoon with tills result: stranger, llronco lielrtiug 1 i 1 Kitty it., tn ....22 2 Fioshluila, b, c, ... ;l ;j ; Hilly Almont, h. s 4 t Host tune 2:Vi .4. . A Vel niiilit 1 nntl mot Iter's Otiery. From the New York Star.) K, W. Winter, general manager of tho Omuha railway, tolls tho following tnlo with gtoat gii.to : "My grandinothcr is a dear, innocent lady, who lives up in Ver mont, Shu was telling a visitor all about lite family, ono day, and when my turn untne she said, 'Now, there's Urno, he's doing light well,' ami her voice sank im pressively. 'They do say lie's gottlng as much as a $100(1 a year, though 1 don't soo how he can earn ull Unit money honestly. place, with Wost I'olnt first, Hnrry ZACCHEUSTUEPUBLICAN LESSON X, THIRD QUARTER, INTER NATIONAL SERIES, SEPT. 7. Text of the Lesson, I.ul:e lx, 1-10, Com 111 It Verses, 7, 10 fiolilen Text l.tllco xtx, 10 Coiumrntary by the Ilov. I), 31. Stonrns. (Complli'd from Iwon Helper Quarterly by per mission of It. B. Hoffman, publisher, Philadel phia. 1. "Awl Jesus entered and pusscd through Jericho." Thelastvcri.cs of the previous chapter tell of His lienJing n blind man ns lie cumo nigh to .Jericho; while Matt, xx, SO-ltl tells of His licaling two blind men ns Ho departed from Jericho 2. "yliuJ, boh old, there icutnmnn named '.aeehmix, which leas the chief omony the publicans, and he uvi.t rich." We arc not told whether thu other publican wns rich or poor, but wo are sure that ho was poor in spirit. Instead ot 11 rich ruler, esteemed by the pcojilo as in tho Inst ltbsun, hero is .1 rich publican, ono of tho class whom tlm Pharisee t blinked Onil that he did not lie long to; but preintly we shall ilnd this rich chief among the publicans, in tho com pany of tho healed blind men, a follower of the mrck and lowly .Testis. 3. "lnd he yoiiyht In srr Jcsuh, whn He vim; and rnuld nut for the prrsn, bicaute lie u a Utile nf utalure,." His motives aro not given, but we infer from the rest, ot the story that he, too, would bo a follower of .Icsus if Ho would have hint, l'erhnps up to ttiis moment lie was merely curious to see this great Teacher and worker of miracles, as when people go to church to hour n new preacher. Hut how many huvo thus gone, just to sec aud hear something new, or ecn to scoff, ami there they weru found of Him whom they sought not. 4. "And he ran In (are, ami elimhnl up into a xyranwre tree U ee Wm: lor He was to pass that n ay.'' He was in cirtii'st to see Mini, he catnu out from tho crowd, and unconsciously hid himself. In listen ing to tho preaching of tho gospel, or tho teaching of tho Sunday school lesson, all nro too apt to !oe themselves in the crowd, Inst end of taking the truth home to them selves. If wo lire to profit our own souls it must bo by separating out solves from others and by believing that He means inc. .". 'MiiiJ iWidi Jesus came to the place, lie looked up anl sate him.'' lie who knows our down sitting ntid uprising and undcrstntidsour thoughts afar off U's. exxxix, il); who saw Niithnnncl under thu llg trco (John i, t(i. saw also this tniiti wnen hoh'lt tlio crowd nnd climbed up into tltiH ticc. 'i'lio leu cs of the syrnmoro could nut hide hint anymore thin the trees of t he garden could hide Adam uud F.vc. lie saw also the desire.-, of his heart, for Ho knows the tinners t hat come into our. miutl, every one of thnn i F..ul:. o) Hero is n seeking sinner and a i-cckin Si-n lour face to face. Whnt a glorious meeting. Thu Holy Spirit btought it about. He docs nil these things. "And said tinfo him, Zarchirus, make haste and come down; jar todai I must abide nt thihousc." How Zacchiuus' heart must have leaped ut these wolds; nnd then He called him by linntp, there was no mis taking it, Hp .surely meant him. ti. "A nd he made haste, and rinnr doirn, and ricelnd Win joyfully." Thank God for t lint . However, he came down; ho came quickly and received ( 'hrist gladly. As the angel hurried Lot out of Smloni, saving: "iviape fur thy life; haste thee, es cape thither" (Gen. IT, 23', mi wo who i'.!'.' s.:ved would urge tlio unsaved to make haste and come to .Icsus, ir we only heartily believed what we profess tn believe. T. "And win a tin 11 saw It, then all niur mn red, smjinii, that lie teas yniic fo be iuest irIi it ma 11 that i.i a rinncr." Here is.-:itanie isting, tho devil angry because ho h.i.s lotit a captive. In 7.eeh. iii, , we sec u man clothed with III hy garment:-, stand ing before God, and Sn'..mat his right lintiil to resist him. but 11 little further on in the chapter t lie Ulthy garments aro gone, and Satan is gone, too; there is a glorious change of nppurel and the angel of the Lord stands by. Whenever a sinner c iincs to Christ, tlio devil is sure to Ilnd fault nnd point tn the filthy garment. He did so through Simon, the Pharisee, when the pour worn an came to Jo-us (Luke vil, 3yi, and again in chnp. xv. 2, when tlio publicans mid nn tiers ii'ine near to Jusus. He is always lining it; it is his business to resi-t every thing t rttly good; t, 1 hinder sinners from coming tu Christ, nnd tohitider saints from son i.ig Christ, lie is the devil ti. e , the ncct'.si ; or slanderer) nnd Satan (i.e., the ndvciniry); lie is a serpent, for ho i subtle and his ways are crooked; and he is 11 dragon, having great powir; but he bus tm' nil power, Jcniis litis that, and lie. blcs-cd bo Ills name, will yet destroy nil the works of the devil, and tho devil, ton. Let him resist and accuse ell he lias a mind lo; we will overcome him by the Illood of the Lamb, and by tho word of our testimony, even if wo die for it. S. " And Zuccha UH stood, anil said unto tlic Lord." He could not walk with Christ till this wns fettled. With sin on tho con science tliine can be no true fellowship w ith God. lint heio comes tho evidence uf the sincerity of liis convctsion. His faith be comes manifest in ins works. Ho shows that he has truly rojienteil. "Heboid, Lord, tin hall of nn ijoods I ijlre to the poor: and f Jin rr taken any thl.11,1 (nan uuy man by tuhv accusation, l riMuii hint luiu'oi.'1 These things were neither his Milvatiun, nor the ground of it. but rather I lie evidences llint he had pas.-cd from death to lite. We must keep in mind and stand linn on this, that there is no sal vat ion by works reveiilcd in Scripture tltoni. iii, 20; iv, fi; Lph. ii, to. We rest only nml wholly in Christ lor salvation, but being s.immI we must ptove it in out lives. Tints iii. s, is just as faithful a .sajiug a.s 1 Tim. i, l."i: "This is, a I nit lil'ul. saying, ni.-l these things I will that thou nliirm n 11 stunt ly, that they who lime beliew-d ! careittl to maintain good works." 11. "-I inf .min kiI untohlm, Thtsd-o tn suli'iitlon come to thlx house, farsnmni i as In also is a son of Abraham." "Sah 1 tii'ti in of the Lord." "Heboid, God is ,n salvation " "Neither is tliete salvation .n any nt her" (Jonah ii. '.'; N.i xtl, 2, Actsiv, 1;" God manifest in the llcsh had conic i that man, and to that house, and had bet rccei ed; and where Jcsits is there is sn! vi'lion. H is all in Mini, and apart fro'i. Him there is none, lie that liatli the S u. hath life, and he that hath not the Son oi (imi hath not life (I John v. 12). The sal nt ton begins hen we icccive Jesus, In. it shall never end. When He comes en 11 our bodies shall he like His, aud then sh' !. wu bo loiever with the Lord. Whether I wit-' Jew or Goniile before ho is now 1 true sou of Abraham and therefore an I, of the world iul. iii, SU; Horn, iv, 11, I Not tunny sou the gloi'y of being rliildn . of Abraham, and cannot appreciate it, I 1 they ieo not the inclining of the Kiug.h in tuit blessed aro the ejes which see, lor thcie'.ii lies the secret of being able to gnc cheetV'tlly one's goods to tlio poor. It) "For the Son of Man Iv imne tn 'i k and tn save that irhleh was Inst." This name, "Son of Man," lias special reference lot he Christ as Son of David, and yet reaches bevmid to Christ as tho true Isaur, the true M-eil of A 1 1 in) 1a in, in whom all nations shall be blcid. GENERAL VERMONT NEWS. The Beptombcr term of the Orleans Couuty Court opoued Wodnesiiny after noon, Hon. H. Henry Powers, chief judge, irosIdltig. The doekot contains 00 cases sot for trial, Thore aro 12 chan cery cases, Judge Pewors being chancellor. Tho Adirondack Pulp and Paper company of JIalone, N, Y., was Incorporated Satur day with tho secretary of state, to carry 011 tho bnsinoss of manufacturing aud selling pulp paper. The capital stock is $20,000, aud tho trustees aro C. Cooper Clark, Augustus V. Shannon und Fredorick A. Trowbridgo. At a specinl village meeting Frldny night Sumntorvlllo was taken Into St, Johnsbttry vlllngo by a voto of 1-17 to I'l l. Suinmor villo has a population of about 1000 and has previously voted to come into this village. Tho noxt Legislature will probnbly pass an on onobling act after which tho two villages will bo one. Tho trial of Miss Louiso Smith ot I'laln field, N, H., at White River Junction last week, for theft and incondlnrlsm at North Hartland, endod in her commitment under $2500 bonds. It seems that the goods wero found nt Concord, N. 11., in Miss Smith's trunk, and ulso other articles, not taken from North Hartland. Mr. Georgo F. Ilreed, proeldcnt and gen eral manager of tho Corona Marblo compa ny at Hrandon, died suddenly whilo on the way to Holland Thursday. Tho liorso he was driving hnd nn attack of tho blind staggers nnd tho excltoment attondnttt upon his struggle with tho animal was so groat that it caused his death in loss than nn hour afterward. DYING WITH HUMORS blch Thre Dnrturi ( mild not Cure Clued In l'onr Weeks bv ' futii'tira ltcmeilles. I wrote you about four sears ago ot tho won derful cure 1 made w it ti your l X'l 1 Ull I lli;.M i:ill.s of a bad humor on 111) fin o which twelve doctors failed to iiniler-tiinit or 1 .ire, Threo years ago last fall m son went to Hncramento, On 1. . 11 in I after two or three months ho broke out with a humor on his Blom-icli mid bark, sudd inn very much, lie employed thiee dlf teietit doctors, and at Inst they told bun to go buck to Maine, its his disease was caused by ilianuo uf cimali'. nml he lotdd lot live in Cnlllornia Ile w rote me that he w.-.s coming home, lor he was living with a humor that the doctors could not cm o. 1 wrote 1,1111 to get some Cl'Tii l ll.i Hi mi iui.s und take in cording In directions, nnd batnetrielv wltn the (Vti. 1 I IIA So u nnd in four weeks niter ho got my le'.ter ho w rote 1110 be whs entirely 1 tired. He came 1 omo a few ivi-i l;s n,;u on a i ii, and is ut home now His health Is good. I have recommended these remiidn s toauieal many people with b, id 1 .ises t, ml would not j iold to doctors' nipilii ines, nnd m no ca- hue I known tin-ill to fail to miiko 11 cure, it ou w Ish tn relet' any one to me, I will answer with pleasure. 1IAHKI-ON sTKi' l-,.s. Lust Jackson, Me CUTICURA RESOLVENT The new lilood and Skin Purifier and greatest of Humiir Itemi'dii'S, iiiieriully no demise the blood ot all impurities and puisonitss ele ments and thus iciuowi thecnusei. anil CI '1 n ' 11 x. the gtent Skin 1 'ire nii'lt 1 rn t u 1S0U' nn exquisite Skin Ileatitltir. external!.-. 1 to clear tlio skin mid scalp, and re-tore Iho limn snertily and pel in.inontly, euro every species of itching, burnlUL-, sinly, crusted, pimply, scrofulous, nnd hereditary disease! nnd hum 01s, Infancy to ave, from pimplus to crofula, w hen the best physicians and nil other leme dlesfiitl. '1 his is strong laugnaKO, but every wnril ot It is true. Cent t in I!i::i- nir.s aro tl.o k rent est skin itiri-s, hints! purifiers, anil humor tonicities ot modern titnos. Sold everywhere. Price, Ctrrn iiua. 50e.; so w. -.'ic; Itl.sol.vnST. St. Prepared by the PoTTKU Illtt'll AMI ClIKMICAl. COIU'OUATIO.S . liiistnn. , .-end for "How to Curo Skin Diseases," I'd p.tKi'S, .'o illustrations, and luo testimonials. PI M '''''s. black heart-, red. rough, chapped, r I IVI and oil snin cuiod b Cent t'l'A soac. "PAINS AND WEAKNESS-" Of females instn ntl relieved b that new, ele gant, -i 1 1 I iula'.lil !e Antidote to Pain, lutlama- tum and vv o ikiiess, thi- tiltliuin vutl-l'ain ri.istei-. li Inst and onl instantaneous pain-killing phis er FLORENCE Home Needlevork7 The 1800 edition of tin's popular series is now readv. It containsipa,Tes in structing you in "Crochet and hmhroiJery. K.n 11 ttii'ei.i tullv illustrat- , It makes a special feature of th'ise Washa ble Cm- vhetcd Pivr.m ai.-' ti le new thinp fnr gentlemen, and tre .dsn worn 1-y ladits. 1 hev art iii.tdi- ui umtudii or M r ence Knit'itiKSilk. Tnis li uk v!lllx'rnaiieJ on receipt ot sin. cents. Mt-nt on year t avoid coniound'ns witn previous edition-. NONOTUCK Silk Co., Florence, Ma. EXCURSIONS California 'k' Wost at the lowest rates. For i in ulnr and full p.ulkulars apply to A. I'll 1 I.I.I l"s A. IU, a'KS U'ashingtoii street, Huston, -Mass. 4 i.w mi Monday, Sept. 1. GREAT ening Ladies' Misses', Children's Garments. Monday and every day during the week, tho finest assort ment ot Garments ever shown in Burlington. ALL ART: INVITED. X. 13. CILUIBEKLIX. 1 mm 1 fflisr 1 rJgr&gJVi I Op (lonatlisui Bltike's Ksttitc. STATE OF VKrUlONT, i To a persons r.nn. ytsTittcT or CnrrtRKtiSN eernert la the estahj iff JoiiBthsn lllake, late ot Miltou, in eali rtlsti lot due eased, . . flanrrttun: AtaProboto Cotirt, holrten at fturUngtoti. witbln and for the District otf (T,,u0nae'h, oil the .'.-.ith day of Augast, IbflO. on lnstrumenl purporlmit to be tbo hurt will n nd leitamenS or .loiuitban hlakn, ate nf" Mlkoti, in fcai I Jistrirt tleeeasert, ,. is prneeLteil In tl.o Court aforesaid, fur e rebate, Anil il Iv ordered by said 1,1' thai tho 27th day of September, Inyo, at tin- Pi itjiit Court Hootns In Hold UiisllugtOn, no luepijnoil for approving said instrument: uu 1 th it nbtlm) thereof ho Riven toall pii.,tis concerned, bv publishing this order three i".'ks HUCcoSslveW In the Hnrinintnu Prim Pn-s, n, n'tripaprf prinlerl at. said Hurnn.-tun, previous to tliJ tune appointed. Therefore vim nro hereliv notified to npnenf bufoto said Court, at the t hub and place atom. Bald, and contest tho jnubatu ot said wlll.U yon have cause. Olven under my hand nf, liurlington, In B&i'l district, this iOth day pf August, tstw, 'lAv:iw JKNNTHKIACY, Itfglster. 31 aria 1 rutclilns' Ksluto. STATE OF VFRMyN T, (The Honorable tlnl nisTitii'T op ( iii i'i'KViiKv. f I'robate CouVt, lotf the District of CliUtendeti. To the heirs and all persons Intere'tPil In tbij estate of Maria llutcbins, lulu of Charlotte, in said disti ict, deceased, (iREKTt.so. vv herons, application hntli boon made to; this Court in writing bv the administrate r or said i state praying for license and authority lo sell Iho whole of real and personal estate ns said deceased, for payments of debts ihl clinrges ot administration setting forth thei hi tbo amount of debts duo irom said ilei ca e tbo chances of ndialiiistration, the aiuouri . 1 1 personal estate and tue silunuon of tho n.-.l etnt". Whereupon, the said Court appointed an? a-, signed the nth duy of September, ls'JU.at thel'u.i bate Court liooms, in said dtsli n t. to hear n 1 ih'i ide upon said application and petition, nd ordered fiuhlic. notii i s thereof be tflveu to . 1 persona Interested therein by publishing' i. t ordi r, together with the ttnie and placi 7 lieariiiK, three weeks successively in the 1 n. lington Free Pn s, a newspaper which cit 'i- lates In the tioigliborbonil 01' those persons i - teri'sted In said esiHte. all which niibllciiti n-i shall be previous to the duy assigned for ii inn. Therefore, you are hi rchy notified to " tp ,ie ui-iuiru', i. ei in,, mill- " i -- -s signed, then and there in wild ( i ija. k- -I your oujci iion to inegt.i,,; i ,i . n i ;c if von see cause. Olvon under tny hand, . it r i i c. rooms, this Kith day of An. i JEJi.ME fej .H , , I,, -to 8 w3w Holuian JJntcs'u Jflst.it - STATK OF VERMONT ' " .- DlSTHILT OK CHI'l I'l.MJtN. . I I 1 i- bati) Court for the Uistrh t of Chitt To all holrs and all iiersous inter i i estate of Holman HaU's late of , x at said district, deceased. WHEREAH. aPDlication hath ' il i . this Cuurl in writing, by the ad' . ji f said estate pr.i.v lug forlu fuse e ' i . -ell tho vv hole of real I ilecoasod. representing to - . i t It woiilil lie lienelicial to tin j sons inn rested m the e-tc -a to sell the whole of tl.i : i deceased aud convert luo i . i And brinmtig into d ,r approbal ion in writiii-. o ald estate residing m i1. - - Whereupon. tin said ( mr i , d , - signed the l.tth das of Seti n 'I -c- bate Court risiiii-. in s-i'rt 1 ' si I decide upon aid afiiili' .itioti . . I ordered public net ice thereof t - t' per-ons interested therein, by pu. . id order, together with the time alio .' hearing, three weeks surf essivtly m the ! 11 lmglon Free Pioss. a newspaper which ci - 1 laii - in the neiishl'orhood of tho-e person i -teri-ti 1 in iiid estate, all whbli publitat i, t shall be previous to the day assigned tor b ar my. Thort. 1 1. re. -ou arc herebv notified to nn e:r before Mm ( ' ri"t. at the time and plai i .is signed, th, :i u, 1 , -re in said l ourt, to n nke your obloctioii- o t . e '.-ranting of such lici u-e, if vou bot'can-e. luven iitnl my hand, a' the probate Cjurt rooms, this 'i; ih il.-n r,t i- -t. 1-m. .1 1 Mi. - M-v. , liegisier. !',vv,!vv of thisl Ilutilier Slioeo ur.1"-' worn uncomfortably tighti Keuerully .'Up "It t I 't. thi: 'coLcinxrat" jtunuru cn. mnkf nil ttipir Hhofa with of hod llnr) i h ruMw r. Thi-. c'-liifi-s ti' thu isiico ana ijn.'t.ul in rubU;r frum Mlpinnn oil. Call for the "CAlfhtrr" "ADHES5VS COUNTERS." 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