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Davis, pastor of the Kliot church, bus returned from Dartmouth, where lie preached the college sermon bust Sunday. The Kliot church pulpit was oc- cupied by Dr. Webb of Boston. Qazlewood have dosed their house on Galen street for the. Hazelwood will be at the Ilunuewdi the greater part of every week.
Dillon Bronson, who goes away for u several weeks trip. In the morning the sermon will be by Prof. George K. Morris and in the evening the services will bo in churge of Prof. Charles W. It Isbell, —Fred Smith of this pluce made a tine showing in the athletic meet at Saxonville last Saturday. In the too yards flash he won a special prize of a diamond pin, as winner of the fastest heat, and first prize, a Morris chair, as winner of the final heat. Loring B. McDonald of Concoru, Mass.