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MIDDLEBURY EEGISTER, JULY 2, 1886.
aml A. M., of thls place, to n large nnd j Flno weather; roads ln good eondltion ;
Intelllircnt ntidlcncc. who evldently ap- croiis crowhig nlccly : some of the farm-
The uew Hateh bullding Ls being push
"Conilcal" Brown uiipears nt Hollcy
linll .Iiily 12.
The biitul Intcnd having an lee-ercain
festlval in about two weeks.
The Advcnt havo had a now prcacher
from lloston tho last two Suudays
Klder Hayward, late pastor of thc
Advont ehurch, lia gone to Shrewsbury,
( K. Smitli Is laylng the foitndations for
a new baru on hl premles 011 Gartleld
Mrs. Wardwt'll, daughter of S. M. F.at
on, from Havcrhlll, Mass., U homc on a
The sehool-houso 1 n tho north part of
ttus Graded sehool dUtrlct 1? ncarly
The Shepherd Family show iit Holley
liall Saturday alteriioon and ovening of
thls week, and on Monday ovening
Thc strawberry tostlval at the M. K.
ehureh, Monday evenlng, was a suecess
we should Judgc by thc nuniber attend
Ing. The Bristol eornct band furnlshod
preclated It, as ttic lceturc lastcd nearly i crs eoninienclng haylng, others KetthiR boat loadsof eoal have Just beun reeelved,
two hourg, and all nppcarcd Intcnsely
intcrested. Thls lceturc was ln the maln
wlthout notes ; hls nieniory Is remarka
ble, as well as hls fund of hlstory to
draw froni upon any subjeet he talks
Hev. Wllllani Thornberryof Ohlo oecu-
plcd the pulpit at the Congregatlonal
ehurch, niorning and cvonliig, last Sab-
Gcorge C. Kelsey has puroha.sed an
lutcrcst in a nieat niarket at Brandon.
Wc are pleased to learn that the pat-
ronage at the grist mill ls dally lucreas-
Guests at the Lake Dunniore Ilouse
ire arrlvlng. Landlord Merrltt knows
how to look alter their wuuts.
That "Conilcal Brown,"' asslsted by
able singers, will appear at the town liall
Tuesday evenlng, .luly 0. An Interostlng
programme is expeoted, and it is lioped
the people will give him a full house.
We are sorry our friend from the West
ido is so troubled about tho clcetlon of
delegatcs to the reeeut eonventlons.
Some one was defoatod Is all the matter:
and we trust lie will recover.
(!raln is looking uneomiuoidy well, es
Mlss Kate Itond is vislting friends at
Mr.. 11. G. Scool romains nearly the
same, with little hopes of her reeovery.
Farmers have eomineiieed their haying
in good earnest with pronilsing reult.
Our towu wa quitc well represeuted
at the Catholie eelcbration, lat wcek,
Mrs. .luliette Holley is iniieh hnproved
lrom her late illne and her daiighters
have rcturiii'd to their hotne.
Hev. Mr. Holierton of Vergennes
oocupied the pulpit ot the('oiigrej;ational
ehiireh last Sabbath. In exelmnge with
Franklin Ilookcr and datinhter. Mrs.
.S. F. Clark, retiirned lat Friday from
HooMek Fall, wbere they had been on
Miss I.ibbie I'orter. tor the pat two
vear teacher ot tlne arl.- ln one of thc
tlncst si'hool, in ( 'arolina, i in town, a
f;tic-t ol her lnotber, Dr. K. (). I'orter.
Ol thc scveral new varietie of oats
tcted tlils caon by I.. W. IVet, one ot
thein the ltadir Jiioen i iiiiw lieading
out. the ced liavinj; been sown ju-t two
telejjrain ha an ived anninitK'iii; tbe
smlilen death of Mrs. Margaret Kddy at
her bome in Miehif;an. Slie was a
daughter of Ira (iale, lormerly ol this
I lie l)oii!la eicanierv eoutiniu to
do a thiiviiif; busines with Inerea'eii
iatonare. The modc ot testlu the
milk and ivin; to eaeh patron aeeordin
to its ipiality 1 ineetiii witli ajiproba-
Hev. Mr. Iliipbs Is to oecupy the C'on-
pregational pulpit next Suuday.
Tho din of the tnowers is heard from
:ill (piarters, and hayliig has berlin in
good earnest. Tlie erop will bc unu.su-
Hluhard Wisell raduated from Sher-
tion while tryiiif; to lilve a swarm of
be!s. Thlrty-six of them fireett'd her
with stiiif; and wc ttnderstand she does
not deiign to eoutinuc. her personal
efTorts tn that work.
Mi. Canic Na-h ictiirned trom hei
AVotern trip last Saturday.
Mr. (i. V. Munxcr of Coltou, X. V., a
brotber of Mr-. Stowe. va- in attendanei
upon, and reinaincd a tew dav- after the
tuner.il ol Mr. Stowe.
Town nieetin, .luly", to eoiisider the
(ine-tion olaipiopriatin8-J.)0(las reipdr-
edbvthc eotirt In order to eeun' State
aid to the aiuoiiut ot 6"), 000.
Mr. L. . Stowe, whose illnes has
been betore ri'porti-d, died the 21st.
Hurial .-erviec- werc bcld on Thur-dayot
lai-t week, eomliietcd, ui the absenee of
the pastor, by Hev. ( barle- Wetherbee of
Milton!, Mass., who was temporarily In
The coal Rttpply for thls markct blds
fair to bo eipual to the demaud. Four
readv for It, so cvcrythlnc scctns to bo
movltiK ln a very satlsfactory manncr.
Mlss Gertrude Selden of Orange, X. .1.,
was tho guest of Ilattie llamilton over
the Sabbath. Mlss Selden is a graduatc
of Temple (Jrove semlnary, Saratoga
Sprlngs, N. Y., and at prescntU teachlng
White gloves and weddtng favors arc
all the ragc hore now.
Mr. Charles Aldeu, of the firm of Alden
& Cotey, is qultc 111.
Thc ovcnlngs and niornlngs are cool,
but the air is botb elear and braelng.
The sunshlne and raln of the past two
two weeks have kept vegetation at Its
The potato tlclds are looklng well.
Very little is sald of that post, the pota
The Ga7elle l dolng a lively bulness
in towlng. Slie has had tlvc tows Mncc
The timber for the new wharf in front
of Thonias Maek's eoal yard Is on the
Mrs. H. F. Austin ha returncd from
Salem, X. II. She left her mothcr ln
very poor health.
Hev. Mr. Sutton of Starksboro preaeh
ed verv aeeeptablv ln the Methodist
ehureh last Sunday.
Summer is here and the busy note of
preparation Is heard for tho eomlng
guests from the dustv citv.
Dr. Artliur is the happv fathcr of a
two at eaeh of the two vards. The L. H.
Uanforth, Capt. Case, from Xew York,
Albany and Troy, arrlved Friday with
nicrehaudlsc and eoal. The Oauforthls
of the .1. S. Hlckok forwardlng line. Tho
inal boat Aeorn of Hondout, X. V., has
just dUeharged her eoal at Thos. Mnck's
ird, and there are two other boats at .T.
S. Hlckok's yard.
l'rlvate letters from I'cadetia, Callfor-
nia, speak of Mr. Wallaeo Holland and
hls Increashic' btilness, and 'tho general
good health of the Vergennes people llv
Ing in that part of the State. There has
been a great demaud for hotel couven-
ienecs at that plaee. Tlie great one hun-
dred thouaaud dollars hotel, bullding by
tlie cxcurslon llrin, tho Itaymonds, l.s
rapidly advanelng to eompletlon, and
will bo one of tlie tlnest hotels on thc
I'acltlc coast. Mr. Holland left Ver
gennes last fall with n large party for
that loeatlon. Hls patent blltuls will no
no doubt ornaincnt the new hotel and
provc a good eard. He has the inonopoly
of tho I'aellle eoast for hls Invention, and
will, If he hves, yet he aniong the lead-
Ing business incn of the Far West.
The Burlington hijrh chool on Frldav
graduated.'M puplls the largest number
in its liistorv.
nian aeademy. Moriah, X. V., last week, rhrlglit little girl, whose advent on Sun
uid contemplates enteriug college thls
One day last week Mrs. Fanny A.
Wolcott tnot with a rather warm reeep- ehureh, were about tlfty dollar:
daj- made it a day of rejoielng.
The reeeipts from the strawberry party
in the iark, bv the ladle of St. l'aul's
Mi Marv Cndv has re.siimed
labors, after a w eek's vaeation.
Mrs. I.illian (Jihnore is at her parcnts,
for a short stav.
Mrs. .lohn Oarling and datighter Mlss
Mable are at Mr. K. 11. Fisko's.
Tlie quarterly eontereiiee on Monday
voted to inereai-e the pastor's salary and
general improveinent wa manife-tcd.
l!ev. Mr. .laekscm of I.isbon, X. Y.,
nnd another pieacher from . Chazy
ire holding a -eries of mectings at the
W. M. ehureh, to eontmue over the Sab
bath. The publie an- oarnelly invited
to attend and help to make it a prolitable
'hildren's day wa- obscrvod last Sun
day at the M. K. ehureh with short ad-dres-es
iiy thc jiastor and Hev. Mr.
(juay ot thc W. M. ehureh, tollowed by
Miine exeellcnt rceitations and deelama
tions and singing bv the Sundav 'ehoid.
At 2 o'cloek Sunday atternoon the tirst
(piartcrly meeting of the year wa- held. 1'.
K. lieiinett prcaehcdau earnest doetrinal
di-eoui'se and 21) person- werc takcn into
full eonneetiou with the ehureh. One
wa- baptied by inunersion and iinited
ire looking tlnely, and in faet
mv tliem look better at thl
caon of the year.
('oiiimuuioii will ln; eelebrated at thc
( ongrcgatioiial ehureh on Sunday lnorn
ing next, Hcv. Mr. Calhouii ollielating
Hev. S. F. ( alhoiin prcaehed to a pret
tv tull houe at thc Congregatlonal
ehureh on Sundav foieuooii from Matt
Mr. Kllcn Mcvcns s ln town', loOklng
altcr her iroicrty lntere-t we presmne
as well a- visiting hcr mauy triends and
n lativer hcre.
. O. Hay has returned irom Kansas
and ropot't" liusinos and eroji.S in tiue
eouditioulu that tar-awiiy State, iu whieh
many of our people ar'c largey lutercsted.
Couiieal Hrown if billed lor 'auenter
taimneut at thc town hall on Satunlay
cvcning, .luly .'1, and our fun-loylng
people will doubtlcss ulve him u tull
Scvcral new huildfngi- have tlie. frames
uji; ainoug thein are the , uew resldeueo
of Mrs, ltaeoin and that of (Jcorge I).
Ilu-h, both ot whieh are not yet inlly
enelo-cd. The new drug store ou .Maiu
street ls ncarly completed.
A schodl pienle was held at SuiiSet
lake on hriilay ot Iat week, whieh is
reported as bcingan en)oyablc all'alr; and
ou Saturday overal of our young people
held a picule at Lake Houi6:een and re
jiort It a little showery, but a good tiniu
Hev. S. F. Calhoun gavy a seholarlv
lceturc o'n;j'ree Masonry af thc towu hall
on ThuiBday evenlng of last week, inidcr
the niispiccs of Indepetide'nee I.odge,' F.
Volney Ifelscy i on the tek list this I the lot
week. j Hc was
H. I). Xeedham has been vislting his
unele and eoii-iiis at Moriah, X. V.
(.'. I.. Mason lias been to York State to
see his siek mothcr.
.laiues Wil-on has tluNhed work tor the
Brandon I.lme eompany.
Kugelie Pieree has neen in town a few
days vislting hU mothcr, Mr. S. T. Ilak-er.
Aaron Hryaut, general agent for the
Champloii Mower Co., was honic over
Sunday. He is a good worker.
The ladies have no reasou to eomplaiu,
everytbing p.ieil ofl'so pleasantly at tho
iee ereani and strawberry festival. There
was over 200 guests present, though the
raln kept many away. It was a sueeess
both tluanelallv aud -oelally.
Mrs. .loseph Hcuiity spent two days in
Itutland last week.
Mlss Hetta l.tiwls has goue to Crow n
I'olnt to learn the trade of (IresRiiiaking.
H. T. Tutts of Orwell was in town the
early part of the wcek, the giiost of H. U.
lr. and Mrs. KU.ur I'eek wout on Sat
urday to vi-lt their son, Dr. X'. D. I'eek
K. .1. K'loek ol Middlebury llileil the
pulpit of tlie IiaptUt ehureh very aeeept-
ably last Sabbath.
Mr. Cunnlngham of K'utland was iu
town Tiu'sday looking at tlie horses seat-
tcred; he was looking for a llue eolt
ur.s. ii. r. weaue is geiiiug uioug iuee- i
ly and her full reeovery U now lookcd I
forward to as a near eertaintv. I
Ollbert Duinas s paintlng II. F. Deane's
house and loro barn, thus hnprovlug.
their loo);s and preserving thcui froin dij
eay. Mrs. do'eph .lones went to Hutlaud
lat Thursday to attend the celebration
there, and from there went to West Hut
laud to vUlt her daughter.
l'reparatory leeture was delivercd in
the ( onareirational vestry I liursday ev-
ening. Cominuiiion Sunday forenoon.
llechlve supplles tor this and adjoining
towns and eastern Xew York keep the
tlrm of Alden it Cotey aetively employcd.
W. H. Hixbv, Kso., of Fort Collins,
Colorado, returned lioine, Monday, after
I a briet visit to his many friend" iu Ver
Mrs. I.ouisa .ludd Wiggins, daughter
oril. O. .Tudd, K-q.. lormerly of thls
j plaee, is expeeted to visit Vergennes thls
Karly potatoes are announeed on every
hand, but llawley Day ot Waltham Is
i quitc sure that his potatoes beat all eoin
, pctitlou, and iierhaps they did.
That was superior vcal put on -ale in
1 Seott's markct. last week, lrom Addison.
' Mr. II. Gullev lurnUhed it. The ealves
I weighed 251 and 212 lbs. re-iieetively
Mr. II. . Kdmond and tamily are ex-
1 peeted iu Vergennes early iu .luly. We
understand that they will stop at thc
Grand I'ninu, tonneilv thc Aineriean
i Hev. Mr. Stebbin- ot Cornwall and
Hev. .Mr. Hobcrt-on ot the Congregation
al ehureh exchangcd pulpit- last Sun
dav. Mr. Stebbin- was li-tened to with
There wa- a very pleasant prlvate pie
nle of sjv eounle-. trom Verucnne- to
Ha-iii llarbor last Friday. The l.ily
took the part v there aml they returned
but no real news, tlius tar, ot
shoemaker, Gutav Hauueman
ast -cen on the rallroad trael
I uear Wetport, X. Y. His atllieted wifc
j thinks hc has iifen miirdcred.
! Friday, (!. II. Sprigg shipped torty
ealves and tour eow- to Hoston niarket
also forty eows from Xew Haven and
I Middlebury stations, to sainc markct
I Veal, -I to l 1-2 eent-, live weight.
I llarvey Wlllard of thc Southern Hotel
St. I.ouis, Mo., arrlved hcrc Mondav
evening. He will he the guest of .1.
Hlekok, Ksq., during hls short stay
aniong his old friend iu Vergennes.
The new tonn sidewalk in trout of
Gaines' bloek will be of North Hlver
stonc, delivcred at Hondout. X. Y., and
will reach here by boat. Whcn all thc
front iiniiroveiuent.s are completed it will
be the tluest-looking bloek iu the plaee
The line drlves arouud Vergennes are
aniong its endiiring attraetions. Itristol
I.iucolu, Grand View Moiintalu and lSa-lu
Harbor, with their llshing, wonderful
vlews and boatlug, on lake and river, are
a permauent rouree ot pleasure to res
dcnts and visitors during the beatcd
Vergennes, .-ends her uual ijuota to
thc eoniineneeinent excrelse at Hurliug-
ton. Although she has ncither son nor
daughter in the1 uulvcrMty, stlll, State
pride lcads us all to eneourage, by pres
cnee and sympathy, an instltution that i
doing !( nuieh lor Verinout and Ver-niontcr-,
The late Hon. 1'. C. Tueker wa- a
proniiiicnt lawycr ln Vergennes. Hls
i son, r . , l ueKer, 1 a promtncut lawycr
of the bank's funds were loaned dlreetly
or indlreetlv whcn It falled. It will be
remetnbered that Ilarlow falled for 81,-
0OD,(XK), but the fallure was eonidered
sipiarc, and Harlow got a gooil tleal of
sympathy for turning all hls property
over to hls crcdltors. It ls now lutlmat
cd that hc dld nothlng of thc sort, and
that tho proposed sult would knoek Ilar
low dowu and set Ilralnerd up, ln some
way not very elear to an uutsidc vlew of
the'intrleaeles of the St. Albans eollaps-
es. Harlow, liis wtte nnu two granu
elilldren are boardlng at the eldon
House Iu St. Albans, paylng 810(1 a
tnonth for their keep."'
The .heei)-breeders of Morrisville and
vieinity liave organizcd a Cotswold
I'wo burglars eantured at Montpelier
last week have lieen liotiml over tor trial
at the September terin of eourt.
I'ho St. Albans ereamerv dlsiioses of
the nillk and ereani of t!75 eows, and
OUI) pounds of inllk are bandleil dally
h'.nina .lcroino has neen bound over
lor trial by the countv eourt lor tcaling
i gold wateh and onyx ring, at Burling
Hev. J. M. Gelot has resigned the
eharjre of the Catholie ehurch at Pitts
ford to Hev. Charlei Itovlan of Hutlaud
ind Hev. Mr. Glynn.
Vermont hons do not seem to be doing
their whole dutv. During tlie inontb
of Mav 1,21S,!I(!() etrjrs were entcred at
the St. Albans eustom house.
Though the roads were in had eondi
tion, ( . A. Hoadlev ol lieiinington rode
trom that plaee to Xew Haven, Ct., on
hls bievele, a ditance of 11)2 inile-, in 20
At Hydeville, Suuday aftei noon, Hlcli-
ird Connellv went to vi-itat Mat Kelley s
houe and got into a row with him, dur
ing the eourseot whieh the latter stabbed
thc former twiee, but it is thought thc
injuries inllicted will not prove latal.
Gcorge F.lv, a brilliant voung nian ol
. trom Cbamplain, X". V.. while at-
tempting to juiup ou to the mail tralu
thc other day at thc ero--ing halt a mile
below the depot at St. .lohn-bury. lo-t
hl- hold and -lid uiider thc ear-, liaving
both legs etlt otl' aliove the knee. lie
lied the next day.
A cuiioii.--torv eoiucs lrom Itarre. Mrs,
Howe of Kast Montpelier, who was
hired a- liur-e lor a wouian there, lo-t
her speeeh thrce ycars ago. and -inec
theli had uot been 'heard to uttcr a loud
word. On the dav iu iUc-tion -he wa-
uddeiilv attaeked witli violcnt nau-ea,
aud wheii she rccovercd -hc eould talk
in a- di-tinet a volee a- evcr.
Wllllani 1.. Xoye, a Hiehtoril tarm-
cr, .iu ycars old, -not liini-elt dcad
thc other dav. He had a row with
laines It. Mudget. a ncighbor, and stab-
bed him -liglitlv witli a pitehlork. X'oyes
ecing thc doetor tia-s his hou-e became
exeitcd, told hi- w ifc wbat he had douc
and immcdiatelv went to thc barn and
Some one stole a liannner, bitstock and
bor-e hoe piinch lrom .lohn Hichard-'s
hlacksmith shop iu St. .Tohnsbury Thur
dav night and went to the Caledoniaii
uillls, owned by A. S. Mel.eod. aud
broke open the outer door of Mel.eod's
sate. 1 hev proliaoly l)ecame trigliteued
aud left wl'thout getting insldc thc iiiner
door. There wa- onlv 8H inthe afe at
Tlic-e are the noniinations of thc Wind
ham eounty Hepublieans : For Senator-,
K. W. Stod'dard of Hrattleboro and A. X'.
Swayne of Hcllows Falls; State" attor
nev,'ll. .Mann, .lr., of Wilmington; high
sheriil'. .1. II. Kidder of Wilmington.
As-istant Judges Walker aud Clarke
were reiiouiinated. The entiinent was
unaniinou for Mr. Kdinund- and a rall
The Chittenden eounty Hepublieans
held their eonvention at Burlington Sat
urday and nominated WiHiain "els of
Burlington. A. .1. Steven- of Winooski
and Smitli Wright of Williston for Sena
tor, D. .1. Foster of Burlington for
State's attornev. T. W. H. Xiehol of
Esex and .1. K Smitli ot South Burling
ton lor as-oeiate iudge.-, alld .lo-eph
Barton for shcritr. kdinund r?-olutlous
Thec delegates to the Farniers'
national eongrcs- at St. I'aul, Minn.,
Aug. 25 next have been appointed by
Gov. Pingree: At largcDr. lliram A.
CuttliiL' of I.uiieiiburgh. Piol. V. W.
Cookeof Burlington, (Jrville M. Tink-
ham of Pomfret and Marvin . Davi- ot
Westminster. First Congre-sional Di
triet Franeis D. Dougla ol Whiting
and (ieorge G. Smitli of St. Albans.
Seeond f 'ongrcsslonal l)itriet Klam M.
Goodwiu ot Hartland and Stephen .1.
Hastings of Waterford.
Xntrs. Thc Senate eonimltte on publie
bulldings and grounds has subinltted a
proposed ameudmcnt to tlie undry elvil
approprlatiou blll provldlng for an ap
tiropriatiou of 830.000 for tho publie
bullding at Montpelier, iti addltion to the
ainount already approprlated, and lli-
ereaslng thc llmlt ol Its eost to 81 -'3,000.
The Senate eoinmlttee on thc Dltrlet
of Columbia have voted to report advere-
ly upon tlie nominatton ot C. h.Mnt
tlicws, the eolored lawyer of Albany, X.
l .. to oe reeorder ot cteeds lor tlie dis-
trict Thc Presldent devoted Frldav to
prlvate penslon blll, actlng ution 11S ot
them, atter giving eaeh eae a thorough
personal examliiation. Thirty of tho
bllls were vcto-jd and 83 were iipproved.
The Senate eoniinittee on privllcges
and oleetiou has voted to
idverselv to anv investigation
eharge ot briberv lu eonneetiou
eleetion of Senator Pavne. ln Ohlo. It I
eharged that the Staudard Jil eompany s
Intluencc prevcnted a favorable report.
nlee- i lii,'VL's,"n' Tcxa, and his 'son ha just
thc bar of Galveston. I.nw jiraetlee
seeniR to be tho ruling trait of eharaeter
in the Tueker family.
There are many usplruuts lor publie
favor in thc (lieatre ot lmrvutlng nia
ehiuery. Aniong tliem, Saturday, were
.1... II It - .....1 .1... ..V .1
) ing horse-rake; tho Kureka, the Jtuekeye
l inowers and ivapers, and Deerlng mowir,
Secrctary of the Treasury Mannlng Is
reported in better health than for slx
months before his reeent illness.
A Harvard student may die from tlie
etl'cets ot injuries reeelved" while engagcd
with others iu tryiug to elean out a Bos
The Knights of I.abor in Wiseousln
will iiomiuate a full State tieket this fall.
Two rival labor eonventlons have been
ealled lor that purpor-e.
Of 214 poojdo poisoned a few days
sinee at a picnie near Flenilugtoii, X. .1.,
six will probably die and 20 are ilanger
ously siek. lee'ereain is believed to havo
done the inielilef.
l!en. Butler is agalu eoming to the
lront in Massaehusctts polltlc. A uew
Butler paper 1- to bo -tarted in Lowell,
but wliat thc testive Ben 1- gunnlng for
no one ean tlud out.
Thc new divorec law of Massaehusctts
provides for tlie punihineiit ot any pcr
son who obtaln eparatiou by "trick,
eolliision or deviee" aud prolilbits law
yer from adverti-ing for divoree bu-,1-Iies.
Hev. .lohn K. O'Sullivau, a Catholie
rie-t ot Syraeu-e, N. Y. has been found
guilty cd eriininal aault ou a young
wonmii at the 'atholie par-onage of am-
inillu-. and -entcneed to 1 1 year-in thc
Willian Kelahcr, known a- Hedily," a
tougb gainbler, who killed ( Mlicer 'onvey
at Detroit City. Miun..one day la-t week",
while re-i-ting arrest, was ' takcn trom
jail by a mob that night. Iiauged to a tree
aud riddlcii witli iiuiiets.
Wllllani (juarle. Kdward Ilolli. W.
L. Biicbanaii and Albert .lay-t. who par
tieipated iu thc .sonthwe-tern rallroad
trike, werc lound guiltv ot eon-piraey
at l'aroii, Kan., on Friday and llncd
810H eaeh aud -entcneed to thirty day- in
the eounty jail.
A quarrelsome huband and wife
nanied Tyrrel, liviug near Mt. Hope.
Wi.. tou'glit over their illtlieiiltics. and
the wite, delcndiiig her-elt with a eudgel
lrom tlie hub.ind"s blow, traetured his
skull. eau-ing lii- death. Tlie wouian
w a- ill-cliargcd. 'I'hc inurdcred nian wa
ovcr sii year- old.
Thc new team-hlp La Bourgogne from
llavre, whieh arrived at Xew York Sat
urday, made the paage iu even day-.
tive hour- and cight iniiiute. mcan tiiiie.
tlie ta-test pa--agc on record bctwcen the
two iiort-. her average .-peed being a lit
tle over ls 1-1 iniles an hour. Her best
dailv ruii wa- l',W iniles.
A dlspateh from Blooiniiigton, 111..
aturday morniug announeed the deatli
at 1! o'cloek that morniug ot ex- iee
Presldent David Davis. He s:1nk into a
comatose state twelve houis before the
end and paed painlely away sur
rounded by his family. He was born iu
Ceeil coun"ty, Maryland, on Mareh !i,lSi:t.
He reeelved" a elassleal edueatiou at ICen
von college, Ohlo, and studied law at
Lcnox, Mas., and at the Xew Haven
law scliool. He was admitted to the bar
In Illluols iu tlie fall of lS.'C, aud iu lSlili
liegau praetieing at Bloomington in that
State. His debutc lu publie Tlfe was a a
member of the State Houe of Hepresen
tativcs in lsil. He was aftcrward a jus
tiee of the I'uitcd Statcs Supiviuo eourt
aud Cnited Mates Senator.
'Dr." .lohn Buchauan, who attained a
good deal ot notoriety at Phlladelphla
some ycars ago owing' to hi coniiection
w ith a o-called mcdlcal college and the
lsiiance of a large number of bogu dl
ploma to inelpient pbylclan willlng
to pay well for them, wa's eharged In the
.Iell'ei"on police eourt at Xew York the
other dav witli abaudontiieut by I.uey
Buehanan, who elaini to be hl wife.
The doetor denled the linneachuieiit and
iwas naroled for exaiiiinatlon. At the
time the lraud was di-eovcied Dr. Bu
ehanan dlsaooeared. and hi clothes be
ing found on the Schuvlklll river bank, it
wa -tipposod that he had made w:ty with
suddenly Saturday of paralysls. He had
served as inayor for nlne year.
Cardltial Mannlng ha wrlttcn a lettcr
to deny thc statetnent elreulated that bo
was an opponont of hotne rule. On
the eontrary, he savs he ha alwavs
favored a plan of home rule, conslstent
with the integrlty of tho emplre and the
soverclgnty of the linperial Parliainent.
Thc Freneh Senate on a reeent evenlng,
after prolonged debate, pased the blll
expelllng tho prlnees and other mcinbcrs
of royallt fainllles from tlie eountrv.
The next day one thouand persons eall
ed at the ehateau d'Ku and paid their
farcwell v!lt to theComtede Parls, who,
with hls son and sulte, doparted iu the
evenlng for Tunbridge Wells, Knglaud.
Tlie party arrlved there and tho eount
lmmedlately issued a inanlfcsto jirotest
Ing agalnst hls exlle. Prliiee Napoleon
went to (ienova linmediatcly upon the
passage of the cxpulslon blll", and Prlnce
letor took up hls resldcnco at Bruel,
whero he will establlsh a temporary
All eceleslastlcal eounell eolivencd lu
the Middlebury Congregatlonal leeture
room on Friday, .lutie 25, for examina
tlon and ordliiation of Hev. Gcorge M.
How land a a ruisioiiarv, under uppolnt
inent to .lapan by the Amerlean lloard.
Mr. Howland graduated here in lss:t timl
has just tinlshed hls thcological studle
iu thc Hartford -eminarv.
Together with the eliurebes ot the Ad
dison eonferenee Invitation was glven to
the two ehurches ot Iturllm'tini. tln.
report , eliurebes of Hutlaud and X'orth Bennlng
of the ton; alo to Hev. T. II. Hawks, I). d",
with hc .sprlngtield, Mass.; Hcv. K. K. Alden,
ln It Is f. T. i r .... .. ... 1
ii. ii., anu uev. vrus iiam n. . .. )..
Boston. The last two were unable to
The eounell aeinhled at 10:.'(0 a. m ,
and was organled by the ehoice of He.
G. W, Phllllps of Hutlaud ehureh, mod
erator. and Hev. M. C. Stebbins, serlbe.
At tlie invitation of the eounell tlie ex
anilnation ot tlie candldate was maiiih
by the tnoderator, and Its dieerimliiating
tlioroughnes wa eredltable, both to the
examilier and the examlned. It wa not
to bc expeeted that one who was valedie
torian ot hl elas in college, and about
to give tlie master's oratlou at the lorth
con'iing coinmenceinent would bc laeklng
in matured convictions. It was gratitv
ing to tlie eounell. and triend of tni"
siou. to flnd all thoe matured eonvie
tion iu the direetion of sounil theology,
of whieh elear stateineiit ot i)oitive'b'c
licf was easy. It wa evident that the
eandiilate had been a diligent tudcnt,
and under tavorablc and safe trainlug.
while in thc ebool of the prophet-.
The statcment ot Cliristian experienee
wa sppinlly intere-ting. From child
hood he had prayed jmblie profciun
of Chrit wa made while a studeut at
Xew Haven aeademy, and he had cboeu
the lorcign Held becaue there was the
reate-t need. A- one ol ( hri-t's lriend
and di-ciple-, lie must go whero be eould
do the most tor thc bullding ot hl- klng-
(liiin as a prcacher and teacher.
Thc eounell being by it-clt, the vote
was unaiiiinou lor hl 'iipprobation and
Tlie paluters not having lini-hed ln thc
Congrcgatioual ehureh. by thc cbeerfiil
and genci'oii- coiirtesy of "our Methodist
brctbreii thc attcrnooii ordainiug -crvice-were
in their ehurch. A goodly iiumbcr
attendcd the morniiig so Iou id'tlic coun
eil. and the afternnon audieiice tilled the
ehurch and gave elo-e and -ympathetie
attentiou during the tollowing order of
'IIii-lon, I.onl. tlie IiiIoii-
(wei-e tben on e'xhlbition ob our'street.
K. Ailams of Panton was lu town on and they were the eenter of a large
Tueday settlng some sron'es'lu llie'ceme-1 erowd, composed of iiitelligeiit tarmer,
tcry near rtie Fair bridge, prdeieil by, H. j who appeared to be tboroiighly po-ted
T, .loncs'for some of hls friends. " ' ii. to thoir good points.i -' 1
The Hepiibllean ot Washington eounty
have nominated : For Senator, Fred L.
Smitli of Montpelier, Williani Chapin of
Middlesex; for asistaut judgc, Zed S.
Stanton of Roxbury, Ira S. Dwinell ot
Calias; for judgc of probate, lliram
Carleton of Montpelier; for sheriil",
Frank II. Atherton of Waterbury; tor
State's attornev, Kdward W. Illsbee
ot Barre. Resolution were adopted i
unanimouslv endorsiug thc plattorin
thc State "coiiveutlon, iiiitructing the
senatorial candldates to support and
assist in returnlng Georg F. F.duiunds
as Senatorto thc national Cnngres.
The .Spiiuglleld (.Mass.) Jleimhlkan
gcts thls liiforuiatiun lrom some oum
or other; "Lawninee Braiuerd, who
lled from St. Albans after the fallure of
hls bank there and hls iiidletiiient for
Wreeklng It, ls sald to be failinghi health
rapidly, so bllnd tlud ho can neltlier read
nor wrlte, and supnorted by hls w-fe and
a ucplinw at Wlnnfp'g, Man. Hls friends
tind tho stoekholden ot the Vermont Nti
tional bank propo.se. u sult Iu eipdty
agaliiijt llradloy BarloWj to.-whom most
" (! . II . .. ' l -
The (Jueen, by foruial message, pro-
rogiied P.iiilauient on I-riday.
Twenty-toitr men weru killed and .lx
tecu eiitombed alive Saturday by an ex-
ploslon in the colllcry at Hochamp in the
dcpartincnt oi tne saone, rranee.
Dr. Oliver Weudell Hohnes on Friday
reeelved from the iiilver-ltv of Kdiuburg
the dcgree of LL. D. The tltle wa con-
fericd iu the preseiiee of a most ditin
A ferrv-boat caixied while cros!ng
the Saawa river at T'ragUe, Hoheinla,
recentlv. throw ng 50 nerons ln thc
water. 'most of whoui were drowned
Tweutv-tive bodie have already boen
A reeent law in Mexieo aiithorUes the
killlug ot notoiious higliwav robbers
hiiuiedlatoly upon their arrest, and some
of the wort characters lu. the Hepubllc
have lately bccn put out of tlie way by
Kx-Mav'or Beaudrv of Montreal, who
was mayor during the' e'xcltlng Orange
troubles of 1S78, and by eoiirage and we
iictlon saved the city from carnage, died
I. Miiirliu; '
i. -tatcini'id by iniHlci-Htoi'
:i. lii'-ult ol couiH'il tv -ciilif
4. tm (n-iitioii, ' V illni!.ti'il
5. -1'ilimiri-, IU Mo-e- l'Httcii
7. -i riiniii, lti'V. T II ll.iuk-, D I)
. 1'rnycrnf i iiillimtloii,
ltc M l -tiljl ln
. liiliur "Tlie .Ml-slonarv'- c all
1 I'a-tnraliliaw, l!i -.1, It in
11. Kcllmv-hip ot C'liiiK'lii -.
Ite !.( vitv It Hi itt
Ii. -ni.'iii "Tlie inciniin lljflit 1- 'm-ak
11. Coiii'liiiliii!;prtivr, licv A 1,'oin'ri-on
II. 1 1 iloirv.
l.V Ucucillution, ltc (.co M liou lanil
I'hc prcacher had been Mr. Howland'
iu-triictor iu ehureh hi-torv during the
iat vear, in the ab-ence ot Dr. Har-
trauft, the regular incuinbent, at Hart
ford. The -crvice was inot tclicitou-
md instriietivc, both ln thenie and treat-
meiit. Ibc text Mat.vi: 10, 'Thv king-
dom eoine" was a ini ionarv praver,
i praver that would be anwered, though
the conllict were long and everc. God'
people will tiiiiniih. The kingdoni i a
real one; a societv governed b a king.
l'he word i- not ueil tlgnrativelv. A
splrllual kingdoni becaue built by the
pirit ttiroiign spiritual agents. 'lhat
kingdoni i- unitled by the iudwelling )er-
oual l lirlt. All Klngdoms are made
such by an Iudwelling priiieiplo not bv
territofv or possesslons of anv kimi.
This inward kingdom assumes aud was
designed to haveau external torin. hen
tlil Kingdom -naii nave come in it- tull
power, lnjutice aud oppression, deceit
and fraud, profauity, iinpietv, sabbath
de-ecratlon and all corruption and tyran-
ny will oe torever gone. lhat Kingdoni
helug iiritual, it- method ot comiug i
wlthout obervatioli. '"The kingdoni of
God i withiii you." Thl kingdoiu i-
ilo progre.-.s'ive, from little to liiueh.
Not bv torec. Truth is the grand instru-
inentality. l,My kingdoiu is not ot thi
Thc liieans aud mctliods are adeiiuate
because the power is ot God.
It was-expeeted tliat l)r. Uavi, now in
thi eountry to provide a bome tor hl
uiothcrles.'chilili-en, and who i profe
sor iu tlie trainiug ehool at Kioto, where
Mr. Howiand will go lirst to assit aml
learn the language, would be here to give
the patoral eharge, but he wa uiiavoid-
ablv detahied, and thls service was by
Hev. S. L. B. speare. Ilavlng a person
al acfjualntance with everal of the work-
ers ln .laiian, Mr. speare preraced lil
eharge with messages to Doctors Greene
and Davi, Heverends Atkinsou, Allchiu
and DeForest. The latter had. tour
year ago, ouutrippcd the speaker in
elimbiug Marcy iitul Haytack aniong thc
Adirondacks aiid was tMiually foreniost
Iu uruiouutilig the dillieultlesof thego
pel tield. Mr. Allchiu, who had been ef
tlcient in Mr. Speare's ehurch in Baugor
as ehorister and eo-worker In revlvals
and Sabbath school, wastalthfullyapply
ing all his nnthe aud aeipilred skill
aniong tlin Antipodes. Mr. Alklnson,
wlioe tory of duty In hi uatio laud as
one of tliecrew of (Jueeu Vietoria'syacht
wa typlcal of preeut succets in navi
gatiug the gospel ship, was kindly re
membered. Dr. Davis, who seled the
tallen colors of hls regiment on Shlloh's
sliot-plouglied tleld and advanced tliem,
dc.plte wonnd, uutll his comrades, iu
spired by hls exannle, rallied to his uie,
was now lioldlug the blooil-stainisl ban
ner of the cross at tbe far-front and we
all watched and prayed forhfs safcly apd
siiccess, Dr, Green'e was now reaping
the golden fruit of pioneer labors lu
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