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yfalDDLEBURY REG1STEB OCTOBER 8, 1886.
Who nro dcsirous of plnc
ing tlieir Fnll ordcrs, wo
would stato tli.it our storc
is now finialied, nnd our
cntirc stock of
Is quito twtcc as lnrgc as
wc linve herctofore car
ried, and will be found to
"For finc work never before sliown
in this city and fully oqual to
our growing trade Wc
would suggest that an
Is advisablc, as favorite stylcs arc
being closcd daily.
Wc shall strivo to improvo in
Elegance of our Garments
so as to coniparc favorably witli
tlic improvcments in our place of
Turk & Bro.,
The Leading Olothiers,
156 and 158 College Street,
Huttersold nt 2." eents n pountl ou
l!ev. Mi. Ohnstead has rcturned fioin
It Is unilcrstood tliiit 3Ir. l'hllo Jcwett
has purchased the llayward farm.
3Ioes Fowers 1' biiylng poultry Frl
days and Snturdays at Fleteher's storc.
Joseph Clalr caught an eagle lat week
marklng seven feet sevcn Inchcs from tlp
Iiev. C'has. Bradford of Dcuucmoru,
X. V., Is vislting hl brother-in-law, .1.
Iiev. 3Ir. Cox of West Addison will
oceupy the pulplt nt the M. K. church
S. D. Fnrr
E. S. and S. D. Fnrr are nbscnt iti
Col. X. F. Duushee wcnt to inarkct
Thc sluturs liavc beguii work on thc
Thc fcvcr patient arc all dolng well at
Hepreseiitatlvo E. I!. Patteraon lcft for
the capitol Tticsday.
Whitniorc & Clark's tniulstrcls appear
at llollcy Imll Oct. 27.
Tlierc has becn cight Intcrments in thc
vlllage cemctcry sineo Sept. 1.
Frank Greenough lot hls only child
Tucsday. It dlcd of dysuntery.
.1. 1!. Dike is lyingnt thc point of dcath
at hl residence on East strcct.
Thc new hotel I to open with a danee
on or about thc l"th of this uionth.
Tlicre is a erse of cankcr-rash on
Church street, a ehlld of C. S. Hristol.
Mers. 31unsll aiul Abcrncthy are
pushiug thclr water works to coniplction.
Thc Cntholle fair open this week
Thursdny niirht to eontlnue fonr nlghts.
Iiev. C. S. Sargent of Xew Havcn will
prcach at the HaptUt clmrch nuxt Sun
day at 2 :'M p. in.
Iiev. 1'. 15. Strong goes to Lanslng-
burgh. X. Y., this wcek to bc absent
over next .Sunday.
There was a union serviee at the Hap-
tist church last .Sunday evening. llov
Mr. Gregory preached.
llegular nionthlv coininunication of
I.ihauus lodge, F. A. 31., Monday even
ing. Oct. 11; work on third degree.
A. E. Grow is sick with malarial fcvcr;
a daughtcr of Deniils 3Icadcr and Mrs.
Libbie llowdcn are also sick with thc
Dau Strong has begun work again on
the foundations of hi house on 3loun
tain treet. It is about two years sinee
hc brokc ground tlicre.
Mine liost Uldlcy of thc Hristol llouse
sccms to bc doing hls uual amount of
business wo should judge by an oeeaion
al call at that well-known hotelrv.
II. Pcrsoin Is vislting hls ehlldren tn
Tohn Grovcs, It Is reported, has nearly
closcd a bargain for thc salc of hls farm.
Thc npplc crop iu this vlclnlty ls ipdlc
lindtcdiii iiuantltyand Infcrlor lni(iiallty.
Gcorge Sheldon of .South strcct ha
put 11100 hcads of cabbagc Into his ccllar
It was 3Ir. Clow of Concord, X. II.,
who dld thc work ou 3Ir. liclknaps
Milton II. lildwoll of Xortli lJuiif?of,
X. V., has becn a guest of hls brothcr,
ltev. S. llldwell.
..tiin iltiw! t'ni-i aiiiliton.
lUi.K II liUlilUtUl.1 IIILI H.I J .-umtv-ii
ly on 3Iond.iy last. .Slio had liccn out of
licalth for soinc tiiiic.
Thc potato crop ls qulte uiievcn ; soinc
itc good, white othcrs havc bcen dania;;-
cd by rust and drouth.
Hev. C. li. Church and wifc of Clinton-
vllie, X. V., havc bcen vlsltlng thclr par
ents, 3lr. and 3lrs. J. Kirby.
a dcpth of 100 fcct thcy tlud a bountlful
supply of watcr.
J,'Mr. A. A. Uranch of Dcnvcr, Col., an
Orwell boy andu hrotherof ourcstccnicd
townsuiaii, Dcacou II. I). Ihatich, has
rccently rccelvcd thc appolutincnl of
post-ofllec inspcctor for sevcral of thc
V cstern btates. e I'oncrnttiiatc our
frlcnd but arc sorrj hc lias dcpartcd froin
thc polltical faith of the fatlicrs.
V. O. l!ay pald -Jl cents for thc bcst
buttcr on Saturdav lat.
A largc nuuibcr of our peoplc attcudcd
tlic fair at Fair Havcn last wcek, and re-
port a good show.
3Irs. 31. A. ltoycc ls glvlug I.awn cot-
tagc a new coat of palut. T. I). Lewis
Is dolng the work, whlch Insures a good
The I.adlcs Forclgn 3llssionary soeicty
will nicct at the CongicKational parson-
lge on AVcdnesday aftcrnoon of thc prcs-
Town Auditors 1!. E. llrown, J. T
Ilrauch and V. O. Hav nict on .Saturday
it the Kaglc Hotcl and couiplctcd thclr
s(julrrelhad l,utlw , auditillf; tlu.
J. II. Xash inct with a
dcnt whllc out htiutlug.
becn drlvcn into a trec, and a largo tlsli-
hook had becn fastcncd to a polc for thc
purpose of gettlng thc anhual out of his
hidlng-plaeo; and as 3Ir. Xash tlirew the
polc to a inau In the trcc it came down
and the hook went through 3Ir. Xash's
middle tlngcr. Dr. Koss put hlin under
the Inllucncc of cther and cut thc hook
3Ir. Kd. ralnicr is elerklug for F. II.
Ocan whllc hc is at Montpelier.
Smlth D. Collins. ,Ir., and wlfc of
llaverhlll, 3Iass., arc homc on a viit.
3lrs. 011 ver Eaton ha gone to Itusscll,
ICansas, to llve. Slie started Tucsday.
Itcpalrs havc bcen lnadc at thc 31. E.
parsonage, which hnprove the looks of it
(iuartcrly niceting sorvices will be held t,m wjth the ,aku '
at the 31. E. church, East Monkton, a
wcek troin .Sunday. Thc prcs'ullng cldcr
is cxpcctcd to bc iucscnt in tlic cvening.
Cheapest Book Store
IX XI3W EXIi.lXI.
Thc Old C;:n:r Bcc'.; SVsr:.
Corner Church and College Sts.,
Is the Jlta to Jiuti Ercnj
thhir in tJiclhie of Jiooh's.
Wo woulil respectttilly iinnouiico to thu
pooplo ot MliMK'bmy nnd thu i-unoimllnK
coimtiy that wc wo pri'liared to liiriil-li
llooks olthcr new or old, ntaniliiril orMI'-ocl.
lani'ouo, Scliool or ColU'(?", ut prlciw not
quntril by othor ilcnli'rs. Seml lu youronli'rs
or wrlti- for prk'os poM-palil. Wo Mmll puli
h iu tliln papcr later on a prico ll-t of Man.
(lard VorUs tn eH. I.OOK KOU IT.
S. Huntington & Coi,
B00K3SLLERS and STATUS,
lUIItl.IXJ T4, - - VT.
if" Finc Srationery, Engravcd Wed
dlng and (.'alllng cards a spccialty. -10
Fordyco II. liottuin has retumcd
Thc excitemcnt over the road question
has souicwhat abatcd.
11. .1. Sniitli is iu town buying buttcr
for a tlrni in Troy, X. V.
Ilon. 1). V. Xash makcs tlic nintli
State Scnator clcetcd from this town.
Xcw Havcn strcct has an organi.cd
bras liand and its residcnts arc entltled
to thc synipathy of the county at large.
Dea. E. A. Doud is palnting and bru.-h-ing
up his buildings and is so liiuch iin-
nrovcd in licalth that hc swings the
1'he Xcw Havcn C'eutral cieainery has
closed for the scasou and soiue of it-
accouuts of thc
late town trcasurcr, Ilon. .1. V. ltoyutou,
3Ir. Dusharne, the elllcicnt shoeinakcr
on Depot strcct, is giving his house an-
othcr story, with othcr repairs, which
will greatly Iniprove tlie looks of his
place. Jaiucs Klinbcrlv and II. 31. 3Iolllt
are dolng the work.
Thc oldest son of 3Ir. Talhnadgc
Lewis, a boy IU years of age, perforincd
what niany oldcr oncs would shrink from
dolng. One cvening lat wcek, whllo his
parcnts wcre at thc fair iu Fair Havcn,
hc niilked 'J. cows and took care of thc
inlnials, bcsides othcr ehore. Vhcrc ls
tlic boy of this age thatcan do thc cquaK'
Kcv. 3Ir. Calhoun occiipicd lils own
desk at tlic Congrcgational church on
.Sunday last, givlng his congregatlon an
cxccllcnt misslonarv scrnion iu conncc
ui) of a collcction
for thc Aincrican Misslonarv soeicty
uiil Ilev. A. A. ltobertson of Vergennes
will prcaeh In tlic Congregational church
on Sunday next iu exchangc with 3lr
A nuinlicr of our frult-growers nict on
Saturday cvening and organizcd a socic-
tv to be called thc Orwell Frult-Growers'
issnciatlou. The following olllccrs wcre
elcctcd: I'rcsidcnt, E. 1). Griswold, svk-
rctary, W. C. Hack; and 3Icssrs .las,
Ketchain of Sudbury and II. I). ISrauch
wcre appointcd to confer with fruit-grow
ers Iu rcgard to ilipo-Ing ot tncir trult
iu thc futurc and pcrfcet Miine plau as to
conccrt ot action in handling thc prescnt
ibundant crop of apples.
Thc Kvcrgrccns met on Saturday aftcr
noon last at thc resldcncc of 3lr. and
3Irs. D. E. Wells on Depot strvct, who
wcre liieniocrs ot this youtlilul nussion-
arv soclctv at Its organlatlon Dy .Mrs.
l'cv. 31. L. Scvcrancc soinc 10 or 12
veais slncc, and this was a notable nicet-
Mr. Dan Halo Is arouiid again.
3Iiss Xora .Sturtcvaiit, who ha blllous
fcvcr, Is inucli the saine.
3Ilss Flora (iuay ls niucli bcttcr nnd
will rccovcr If nothing new occurs.
Itcv. 3Ilss Uclevnn Is nt Panton alst-
ing the pastor In a sorlcs of nicctliigs.
Mrs. Polly Saniison Is nt Vergennes
vlsilliig her daugliter,3Irs. llnrry Adains.
Qiiartcrly niccting at the 31. E. church
in two wccks. Itcv. .1. .1. Xoc of Mid
dlebury will bc prescnt.
lohn lirittell went to Montpelier on
Tucsday, havlng rccelvcd au appolnt-
inciit as pagc in thc House.
I.atc ncws from Mr. E. C. Sturtevant
tclls of his safc arrlval and salcs of large
nunibcrs of shcep at good prlces.
3Irs. l.oval Iluntiiigtou has retumcd
hoine from a Ut to her niothcr, 3Irs.
Wllliani .Sainpson of Uurke, X. Y.
31r. .lohn A. Chlld ls at 3Iontpelter at-
tcndlng the anniial incctlng of the dlrcc-
tors of tlic Vermont 3Iutual Flre Insur-
iincc conipany, a ls 3Iartin E. Spraguo.
Tlie ladlcs of thc Y. W. C. T. LT. of
Weybridge will hold a parlor nieetlng at
at the resldcncc of Dea. Sainucl .laines
on Wcdncsday evening, Oct. IU, coin
nieiiclng at 7 o'clock. All are cordially
invltcd to attend.
3Irs. IMacc's patients are all dolug
well. 3Ir. Dexter 3Iltchell of St. Albans
was lierc Saturday for treatnicnt for
hcart discase by her, and rcturned hoine
on Monday inucli iinproved. tjuite
nuuibcr from out of town have bcen
l'cv. W. 31. Avres and wife of tlic Xcw
Englaud conferciice arc at hls inotlier's
3Irs. Francis Ayrcs. .Hu lias bcen uti'
ilile to 1111 his appolutincnt lor soinc
moutlis ou account of poor licalth. Ili
friends are inade glad oncc nioro bv his
prescnce amoiig thcm.
iiatrons now patronie tlie Ileaver Glcu
checsc factory, which is doing a thriviug ing on this account and was attcudcd by
REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY !
Will bu sold at publlo auctlon, on tlio prcm
Saturday, Nov. 6, 1886,
COM.MKXCIXG AT 10 O'CI.OCK, A. M.
All ol tlm lnndH In Shoroliuin. AddUon coun
tv. now ln'loiiL'liiir to tlio t'stntu of tlie lato A.
II. Trcadwuy. Siild liindji eoiitnliilni? about
1175 ucn'8, uml coiiBlstliiff of u vurlcty ol laiuls
cliulo tlio liomo placo ot sald Tri'udwny, upon
wiiicn iiiiiru is un oxpciiHivoiiioucrii uwouin
houHo. with biitllolenl outbulldlnirs ln lalrcou
ditloii. TIk'hu huuU will bo Hold lit nn rntlro
oiirecl or lnltovcml mircols. to wilt cuHtoin
its, and un nlmll sccin mnst bt'lli'lU'llll to tlio
I'Ktati.'. '1 ernia uuhv. but uiudo known ou ilav
ot Hidc. I will nlHo nt tlio miiiiio tliao soll u
iuuiitlty ot liay nnd Krnln nnd Illty heud ot
ThlH fnnii nnd tlio dwolllmihousoninl buvnn
aro wi'll mi)pllcd wltli (jooil nnd duiublo
And liicluiicd ln tlio lnndi otrorod la about
100 ncros ot woodlnnil, npon whlch thcro U a
UirKC quuutlty ol wooci, iwo xiiKur orcnurun
nnci a inrno uinouiu oi huwiiik iiiuiior, uoin
lock, iintturiiui nnci ontttwoon.
JOSKI'H T. sTICKSKV.
Admr. of A. 11. Trcadway
A. II. limuuuo, Aiieiioui.'iT.
hborclmin, Vt., Oct. 1, lSsC. 40;lw
.Iiidgi' I.anc rcturned last wcek from a
visit to his joii in Chlcago.
3Ir. .lulia F. I.angdon of Eulicld, X.
11., was in town last wcek.
Franklin Ilooker and daughters wcre
absent scvcral day last wcek on a visit
to friends iu Poultney.
Mrs. 31. C. Stcbbins rcturned last Sat
urday from Springllcld, 3Ia, wlierc slic
has bcen spemling some tinie with her
daughtcr, Mrs. 'J'ayior.
3Irs. I.ois Wrlglit, widow of thc late
iev. .Tehlcl Wright, dlcd at the resldencc
of her sister-in-law, 3Irs. Edwin Ells-
worth, on 3Ionday last. Tlie funcral was
ittcndcd froni that place on Wedncsday
iftcrnoon. She lcaves two daujrhters
uid a son.
Pur-iiant to the invitatiou given Iu
last wcck's IK(isri:ii, the V. W. C.T. lT.
uid niany othcrs gathercd at thchospita-
blc hoiiK! of 31r. and 3Irs. I. I.. llamblin
last 3Ionday cveuing, it being thc occa
sion of tlieir tenth wcdding anuiversary.
Thcir niany friends thought it would bc
lilcaslng to surprlse tlic worthy couple
ind uianifcst tlieir rcspcct and cstecni by
gifts, aniong which were two llne casy
chairs, which wcre preentcd iu a vcry
happj- maniicr by 3Ir. Frank liaudall, to
whosc remarks 3Ir. llamblin gratefully
respoudcd, alter which tlic prograinine
for thc evening was prescntcd, conslst
lug of sclcctions and cssays. Finc ri
Ircshnients were i-erv.d and at a late
hour the conipany dlsperscd lcaviug thclr
bcst wishes lor niany liappy returm of
Xelson I'emily has two childrcu sick
with typliold fevcr.
Tlie I.adies' Scwlng circlc will mcct
with 3Irs. II. E. Sanford on Wedncsday
aftcrnoon, Oct. l.'t.
Shcrmau Hnrrliigtou is again locatcd
at thc saine barns occupied by hiiu in the
sumiuer, wlierc hc has llve horscs whlch
he is drlvlng.
31 rs. Dclora 3Ioody, with her childrcu,
lsft on Monday for Itatavla, X'. V.,
whcrc she will visit rclatlves, and perhaps
will go from tlicre to Knua.
Jack Frost has uiade hls aiinual visit,
but has not provcd a very dlsagreeable
visitor as yet. As is hls habit, he will be
llkcly to cotnc oftcner aud stay longer,
.loscph White has nioved Into the house
rccently purchased by hlui. Franci
Shorkcy has nioved into his new lioinc,
aud Warren Xortou has nioved Into thc
Scnator Xash aud I'epresentative I.an
don will stop at thc 31ontpclicr House
thc prescnt elon. This U one of thi
bcst hotcls in the State and is owned by
Irish it Sparrow.
Kiom Anotber ConcsponiU'lit.l
Mr. H. W. ( artcr is (itiite out of
3Irs. 3Icacham was utucicutly rccov-
cred to attend tlic ladii'' ineeting ou Wed
3Irs. Gill'ord and sister. 3Iiss Eaton,
will soon lcavo to reside for thc wintcr
with 31 rs. GiH'ord's childrcu, l!cv. aud
3Irs. 1!. It.Tobey, at Ashbiirnliani, 3Iass
After an ab-ence ot iuore tlian a ycar
Mrs. and 31i licnt, widow aud daugliter
of tlic late Ccphas II. Kent. will soon bc
doinicilcd airaiu in thcir cottajrc at thc
(Jn Wcdnc-day aftcrnoon 3Iiss 3Iatiie
Harrow- iioke vcry intcrctiiigly to
about tlftv ladics at tlieir church paiiors
uion ccrtaiu phac of her work as mis
sionary iu .lapan.
3Irs. Deacon Pottcr auil Mrs. Shcrrod
Hrowu havc bcen appointcd dcicgatcs
from the Xcw Havcn auxiliary to tlic au
nual mceting of thc W. It. 31. to bc held
at'.MIddlcburv Octobcr "J7.
' Intelligcncc was rcceived last wcek of
the dcath, at Wahington, of 3Ir. liodncy
.Sniith, for niany years a residcnt of that
city, but formeiiy of this town. Hc was
lirothcr of 3Ir. arrcn Sinlth.
i large miniuer ot voung iicoplc aim
chililren. Thcy wcre vcry handsoniely
eutertaincd by 31rs. Wells, who knows
well how this is doiic.
Mr. Frank 3Iacaulcv lias rcturned troin
3Iiss Annic T. Hubburd, who has licen
liying iu Auburndale for thc pat year, is
yisitiiig friends in town.
3lles 3Iary and Xcllie Ford, nicces of
Dr. .1. T. Xagle of the board ol hcaltii of
Xcw Vork citv, who have bcen spcnding
thc .-uiniiier at thc residcncc of Mr.
Coiidon, havc rcturned to thcir lioinc.
rnclrni'd froin I.u-t Wcek.
Stiirdevant is in Texii'
at Ilrcad I.oaf
3Ir. and 3Irs. Xcwton arc homc from a
visit to Xew Hatnpsliirc
3Iiss Luey Harriugton
from a thrcc lnonths' stav
I un, havlng succcssfullv
31rs. 3Iartha Place of lloston, a piiysi
dau ot tlic .illnd or Cliilstian seicnce
theory, is treating quito a niiinljcr of
hcro with marked succcss. She
aluiinisters no incdlcine wliatcvcr,
l'he marriage of 3Ilss Sule, clilest
daughtcr of Col. W. It. Huiibut, took
place at the 31. E. church on 3Ioudav
evening last. Thc happv inau is Prof
Cpii. V.. Mnrtln nf llunnv ItrnoLv Pn.
rt .1. I.,.. .,f '.i.... ....... ' '
..... ..i Wu, .... ....... , , .....fnaanr ,,f i.b vet.iln.rv In P,.nlti.v
.i.m......u,.li -'nnu u., iiiu tui.K llistltnt.. an.l nniv rosldln.r nHVInnnaU-l
I.adies' club, at thc ladies' roouis aud .,... '..". i .... i. ... ,
It .... . .1 1 llu veifuiouv was iiei ioi ineii ov i.ev. .i
iscans inaKcu;, pumpKii. pies, s M ,,,. frllllr Iins,llr
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inpiii iiiu.iii, oiu., nuiu iiiiiiiu uiu lo-
luinders of tlie "good old days of yore.'
(.!. A. Aldcn has locatcd in Hoston.
Our reprcscntative.T. .1. Ketchum, has
gone to 3Iontpclier this weck.
Mrs. C. 1. Parker and her two chil
drcn aro at .1. E. Parkcr's for afew days
Frank Wooster has just got a thrce
fourtlis Ilolstein hcifer calf that I
O. Smitli and daughtcr 3Iary have bcen
visitmj; fnends in West ISutlaud and
3Irs. 3Iartha Iturt Tlionii-on has re
turned to licr homc in E"L'x, X. V., very
inucli iinproved ln health.
31 r. F. D. Douglas has heen called to
Hoston to attend as one of the cominittec
at thc Kay State fair this wcek.
E. K. Pond has just old his Littl
3Iac colt to Geo. Cumining- of Woburn
3Iass., for Sl "" ; a vcry good price for an
3lrs. E. 1). Peck i vcry sldj yet
3Irs. C. (i. Freeman's in lirandon. 3Ir
Ann Slnionds of tliis town is her nur-.
no fear but that she will havc thc be-t of
Ernot Wcbster left for Cawkcr city,
Kansas, 3Ionday niorning, to takc chargc
ot tlic band of slicep fornieiij' owned by
his brotlicr Frank, who-c sudden dcath
will bc renieinbered by all of hU friends.
Thc gaine of ba-cball phiycd at Illclt
villc by thc Shoreham and Whiting club
rcultcd as follow-: Shorehani. III; Whit
ing. IS. It seeiu- that all was not har
liionious ln the ga'mc, and anothcr clial-
lcnirc lias bcen given and tlic gauie i4 to
bc played in thc near luture and is to
dccidc tlic mattcr.
About two tons of buttcr wcre -hipped
iroiu our -tation 1 tiesday niorniiig. and
tlierc arc -evcral ton- torcd near by for
thc inarkct a- -oon as the inarkct is
rcadv tor thc buttcr.
Thc funcral of 31r. Chnrles Tredo, who
has longbccn an hivallil, took place Tues-
lay. Ile dlcd Sunday of hcart dlseasc,
Iu tlie 0.1th ycar of hls agc.
Col. E. C. Evercst has jut retiirned
from thc grcat fair at Utlca, X. Y., wliero
hc ciiforccd the clalins to publle favor of
thc Little Olant road lnachliie.
3Irs. II. X. Wccd (foruieiiy 3lrs. licti-
iniiu Sherinan) returns to her Florlda
homc tliis molitli. She has becn spend
lng thc suinincr with friends Iu Pitts
3Ir. Wllllaiu E. Greene wa vcry sick
3Ionday nlglit. Two pliyslclans were iu
coustant atteiidance. Wc uudcrstaiid that
hls son John lias bcen tclcgraphcd for at
Itcv. Mr. Austln preached in tlie 3Icth-
di-t church Sunday last, after an absence
of inonths. His niany friends were
plcascd to hear his voice agaln from hls
iccustomed place. llut hc does not ap
pear to bc fully rcstored to hls old-tiuic
The old brlck school-house, near the
Gcn. Strong place, in thc wcstern dis
trict, is closcd. It was bullt over Ilfty
years ago. Ilon. Gco. W. Grandey oncc
taught school there.
l!cv. J. W. lfennett, prcsiding cldcr,
will preacli iu tlic 3Icthodlst church next
Sunday. He will also act for3Ir. Aus-
tin, pastor, in tlie imiiicrslou eercinony
to be observed that day.
Monday tnornlng Mr. Wcbb of Xoro-
ton, Conn., returned hoine after a visit
with his sister, iu Addison. 3Irs. Tibbie
Willniartli. Gracic, the only daughtcr
of thc late Eiiuna Allen, accoiiipauicd
Mr. Wcbb aud will remaln witli biin this
D. D. 3Iiddlebrook, Eq., fatlicr of
Deiiuty Sherlir Middlebrook, is vislting
friends iu .Mechanic.-vllle, X. Y., Xew
York city, I.ridgcport and Hartford,
Conn. 3Ir. 3Ilddlcbrook ls in the eiiilitv-
tlftli ycar of his agc, and in thc enjoj--inciit
of excellent health.
The shadc trees are gorgeous-looking.
Thu Ilncst row of inaplcs iu Vergennes ls
that iu front of tlic Pierpoint place, cx
tendltig from the bank to Water street.
They wcre all set out by .ludge Pierpoint
aud wcre tlie objects of his tenderet
care. Thev arc iu sprlng and fall "a
The sernion by Itcv. 3Ir. I'obertson of
the Congrcgational church. Sunday, a
one of those practical ell'orts which can
not fail of bearlng fruit. particularly as
it follows so closely upon a widcly-cir-culatcd
tnlsshe of iovc from the pastor
to the mciiibcrs of his chargc. Tlie duty
of individiial praycr and ell'ort. thc ctllc
acy of prayer for othcrs, as excniiililicd
by thc Saviour himsclf. and the need of
a revival of Christian eal in tlie church
wcie all urged upon tlie scrious and
prayerful attention of tlie congregatlon.
The scrnion wa- li-tcned to witli deep in
terest. Tlic absence of a rccciving vault iu our
new cenictcrv ha beeu and i- a -criou
public Inconvcnieiice. Tax-payer- are
rcliictant to votc inoncy to build one aud
our new eenietcry is incotnpletc witliout
one. In this dilcinma a nuuibcr of our
patriotic citien- have concclvcd tlie idea
ol lioldinir a loan exhiliition to raNe
nioney for tliis object. Coiiiiuittccs have
becn appointcd and thc work lias alrcady
bcgun of elas-ifying the tliou-and-and-onc
articles of lnic-a-brac. antiiiuarian
rclic-. Indian ornainents. oil paintings,
II. Stcveus left for Chlcago, IU., Tucs
3Ilss F.lla Hradbury's health is Improv-
ing. She ha bcen very ili.
A new lnick walk i- being put down
on 3Iain street, in front of city liall.
Postmaster Kimball is "doing" lloston.
Ili -ou Gcorgc F. is stopping in that
, Mr. Calhoun of Orwell will prcach
Congrcgational church next Sun-
sisted by Iiev. E. Delevan, thc prescnt
one. liie cliurcli was rlcii witli evcr-
grccus and llowers. A large wedding
bcll hung suspcudcd from tlie center
arch. I ii thc background wa a iiinno-
gram coiitalnliig the lcttcrs 31. and II. iu
evergrccns; also a sniallcr arch of ever-
3Ir. and 3Irs. Xornian Ashlcy of Xor-
wood, X. Y., are in town for a few days.
They are old rcsidents of Xew havcn,
and slnce tlieir rcmoval to thclr prescnt
hoiuc 3Ir. Ashk'i- has, with lils sons,
bullt up a large aud succcssful incrcan- grccns, nud bencath It a bcd of panslcs.
tlic DUSlness. The lialiprs wnrn Mr. Merle Sncdeii and
Mr. Arthur Cole. Thcse, with tlie addl-
tion of Mr. Will Sheldon and Mr. Ilcrnice
Twltchcll, made up thc groomsincn. Thc
brldcsmalds wcre 3Ilsses Xcllie and Cora
Stow, Carrie Uakcr and Edna Walker,
wlio were drcssed ln white. Tlie bride
wore white albatross with white llowers,
3Ilss Lillie Twltchcll prcsided at the or-
gan, playlng a wcdding inarch iroiu
I.lszt. At the rcccptlon held at Col.
Hurlbut's resldencc, hnmcdlatcly after,
a large uumber of rlcli and rarc prescnts
were given. Thc happy couple wcnt dl
rcct to Winooski. Thank are due 3Ir.
and 31rs. Gco. II. Wrlglit for a large and
splcudid coiitrlbution of llowers for thc
(I)eferrcd from I.nst Wcpk.)
Dr. and 3Irs. 3Iathcr aie lu Hoston for
afcwdavs; 31r. and 3Irs. II. II. Young
are al-o vlsitlng friends iu 3Iassachusetts
3Irs. Chas. llarrett of Grafton Is in
town vislting her niany friends. She is
a guest of her fathcr, Ilon. K. W. Sau
ford. l!ev. C. S. Sargent of Xew Havcn oc
cupied the Congregational pulplt vcry
acccptably ou Sunday last in excliauge
with l'ev. Mr. Calhoun.
The well which was reported as being
drillcd for F. U. Kimball and Geo. Hab
bitt ls proving a success. After rcachlng
The auinunt of business donc
nicrchants Saturdav was not as
it has bcen somctimes.
Capt. Case, with tlie boat Danforth,
anivcd Friday with nicrcliandi
coal for tlie Horse Xail coinpany.
3Irs. Willlam E. (irecnc had a scrious
attack of blecding at the nose 3Ionday
nlglit. It was checkcd wttli dilllculty.
Thu lake stcanicrs and our own are
talkiii" wintcr (tuarters. The Vermont
cnds her season's work with this week.
Thc Young Pcople's soeicty of Chris
tian Endcavor held a ineeting ln the Con
grcgational vcstry 3Ionday evening.
3Iiss 3Iary Fishcr, who has becn ab
sent froin Vergennes about a ycar, stojt-
iiiiii; In Worcester, 3Iass., has rcturned
The visit pald vegetatiou by Jack Frost,
Sunday liiornlng, was fatal iu its rcsults,
as tlie dead vincs lu the gardcns alrcady
3lr. and 3Irs. II. A. Halc are visiting
Mrs. Itusscll, .Mrs. Halc's niothcr, at
Kcene, X. II. Thev will be absent about
Mr. Halc, tlic photographcr, ls absent,
but S. 3IcLauglilin ls left ln chargc, and
he is the tallest kind of a face-iuaker;
call and scc.
"Tlie old quecn's iirm tlr.it (.ran'ther Youns
Keti'lieil buik troin L'oneord, buted,"
would bc wclcome. Tlic invitatiou to
participatc i- cxtendcd to oitien of
tlic nclghboring town-. and it is to be
liopcd that all will tcel frce tojoin. The
ainount of Coiitincntal uniforms. drcsses,
ctc, tliat are laidawayin bureau draw
crs and clo-et, forgotten. it uiay bc,
would astonish mot person, if they
could be introdiiccd to thc llght of day.
Tlic room iu whlch to dUplny this uniiiue
nnd attractivc niu-euni lias not bcen dc-
cidcd upon, but that mattcr will -oon bc
Hurliinrton nroiioscs to have a carnival
of wintcr sports thc couiing scason.
Thc Grand I.odge of Vcrinont. I. O. O.
l, will hold a i:eheeeadegreecoiiveiition
in Hurlington the latter part ot this
Thc frce deliverv svstem was cstab
lished In llutland' Friday. Some 7000
person rcceive thcir niall by the lcttcr
carricrs, who niakc tour deliverics daily.
The Vermont Dalryinen's asociatlou
wants to hold it winter ineeting at st.
.lohnsburv aud the peoplc of that place
are trying to raise thc $200 ncccssary to
gct it there.
Frcd Hoinbard, who rccently escaped
frouijail in Hurlington, pleadcd gullty to
that oll'encc in thc Chittenden county
court and was sentenced to two years
and a half iu the house of corrcctlon.
John H. 3IcI.eod, an employe of thc
Fall 31ouutaiu Papcr coinpany at Hellows
Falls, fell trom a log chutc, about -'." feet,
31ondav afternoou, and a log rollcd jiartly
over hhii. He is probablv fatally injur
cd. Xotliing lia bcen heard of Wyman
3lacombcr of Graud Isle, who diappear
cd on Lake Champlain Septcmbcr H. It
i believcd that the boat iu whlch he was
salllug was capsied. Friends havc beeu
scarchlng for his body.
Fivc tramps lio tricd to capture a
freiglit train on tlieCcntral Vermont rail
road Saturdav were scnteuced Monday
at Hellows Falls to PJ.'i days each iu thc
workhousc at liiitland. Otlicr charges
arc hauging over tlieni.
Thc old court-housc bulldiug at liut
laud, which lias long bcen ued as a priv
atc dwclllng, i4 to bc sold at auctlon Sat
unlMv. It I- the oldest liuildhii lu tlie
villagc, liavlug bcen ercctcd iu 1775, and
ln it the llrst L'nlted Statcs court evcr
licld in Vermont had its sesslou.