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WEDNESDAY, AUG. 2. 1882.
orlti new from all parti of Vermont, sod onr friitda
n difforant part of th 8tat, eapctallr In Washing
ton, Oranire and Lamollla Counties will confer a g-re
favor upon na and oar readers br aendlns; ua lora
otalllffflBce. Ulva ua facta and we will arrantre them
REPUBLICAN COUXTT COSVEXTIOX
Tbe Republican votera of the Coantr of Vim ahlnrton
are bereby notified and re)ueatd to meet In Maaa Co
vantlon, at Montpelier. In Villaire Hall, on Hatuiwat,
Acodbt i, 19 mt 10 o'clock, a. H.,to nominate candr
detea for state eenatora and ootid ty officer, and to
elect a county oommlttee for the next two years ea
Dated at Montpelier, July la, 1883
llBtl. A. Fl'TNAV,
W. P. rtLLINUHAM.
W. A. JoNKH.
P. P. Pitkin,
W. A. Doyck,
K. K Junes,
Have your job printing done at too
Circulars, hand bills, bill ho&ds.note and
letter beads, etc., printed at the Freeman
Odico at lowest cost prices. Send in your
Tbe democratic county convention Is to
be held here the 19ih.
Judges Ross, Powers, Veazey and Taft
were in town last evening.
The August term of the supreme conrt
for this county begins next Tuesday.
Peter Gauthier has gone to St. Johns
bury, to work two months on a job of
James P. Holt has removed from the
Bacon block into the Hibbard house on
Rev. J. Edward Wright is to preach In
tho Universalist church in Barre next
Daniel Carr and Luoo Nicholas havo
opened a ootnmission store In Bacon's
block on Muln street.
Kir. V. h. Leland has removed from
Liberty street into the front tenement in
the old past-office block on Main street.
Tbe large lot on North street extending
from the street to the Cbathollo cemetery
has been purohased by John Ewing of the
A. D. Bancroft estate.
A. N. Blanchard has moved his photo
graphic gallery from the old Marsh build
ins to the rooms formerly occupied by Mr
Clifford in Walton's block.
On Sunday evening a kerosene lamp
exploded at tho house of Onghtncy Sham
bo. In extinguishing the flames Mr
Shatuho badly burned his hands an 1 arms
Mr. Geo. II. Smilio, the popular tola
phono manager for A. C. Brown, has
bought out tho boot and shoe buisinoss of
Walker & Puffer. Mr. Smilio retains the
soi vice of Mr. Fuller for the present.
Tho national lifo Insurance company
has rented in addition to its present rooms
those formerly In use as a pension office.
This gives that company the whole of tu
second floor in the Vermont mutual
Susie Hartshorn, nine years old, died
at Emmetsburg, Iowa, July 19th. She
was the eldest child of Mr. and Mrs. E
J. Hartshorn and the grand-daughter ol
Charles G. Eistman. She had been ill
Camp Watson is running again in full
force. Mr. Atkins wenl down Monday
and a large number of guests are already
present at his summer resort. A goodly
number of our village people are at tbe
seashore or going.
On Wednesday evening of last week as
Mrs. S. M. Calkins was driving down one
of the hill roads in Green Mount Csmetery
the oarriage overturned in making tbe
turn on to the road running in the oppo.
site direction, and the horse beooming
frightened ran, which resulted in tbo
breaking of one of Its legs, which necessi
tated Its being killed on the spot. Mrs.
Calkins was uninjured, but tbe carriage
wag nearly demolished.
Hon. Nelson Ainsworth Chase last Sat
urday started to go to Barre afier hit
grandson, CaBbier Eaton. When near Mr,
Heath's residence he was observed to fall
f jrward and on going to him it was found
he was dial. He had before been troub
led with heart disease. Judge Chase
was bjrn in Petersham, Mass., Feb. 18
1802. lie lived in Calais from 1802 to
1836 whon he moved to Montpelier. He
was an old lime teacher and was widelv
known as a surveyor. He went baok to
Calais about 40 years ago but has for
many years again resided in Montpelier.
lie was judge of probate for two years and
for many years register of probate. He
married Clarissa Hioks, Deo. 13, 1827
and she survives him. Judge Chase was
an upright man of quiet manner but po9
itive convictions and lived his life of
more than four score years retaining stead
ily tbe good will and respect of tho many
who knew him.
And Stii.i, Another. Tho Vermont
Methodist Sominary and Female College
seems U have righted its porridge dish in
the right time to catch a shower of good
wings just at this season. Sinco wo
recordod lost week tho gift of
piano, Polonbor. & Co. of Now York, by
tlie solicitation of Rev. J. D. Becman.
who for sovoral years oarriod on an agency
lor lue sale of their organs, have donated
to tbo seminary a double bunk pedal base
raionber As Co. organ, with seventeen
stops; price $1112.00 This eenorous
donation will provide an opportunity for
pupils in organ music to obtain all the
advantages of pedal organ practice, with
all the combinations offordod by church
organs. Tho Indications all point to a
ijirgu uiujnuance hi me seminary during
the next term, tho engagements already
made being of a number to warrant liberal
estimates of inoreaso over previous terms.
It is a long time since the sun shone as
bright on Seminary Hill as at the present
President Bceman has also purchased a
fourteen stop organ of tbe same make,
rained at $49h 00.
Brki.in. The record of the summer
school, taught by Miss Alice Kinnoy in
district No. 4, shows that May Glines and
Myra Johnton have no marks against
their names, Flora Celley no absent
marks, and F.innle Wright, Mina Dewey,
Milton Glines, llarvoy Johnston, Ephrairn
Hill, Mark Glines, Eddie Sawyer and
Norman Sawyer no tardy marks. Fannie
Wright and May Glines have not missed
in spelling during the term.
t'eitral Vermont Camp Meeiiiir.
I he above meeting will be held on the
grounds of the association at NorlhQeld
August 21-28. beginning Monday overling
and closing tho following Mondav morn"
ing. The usual favor of half fare will lu
given by the Central Vermont and Wells
nivcr railroads; and all trains, excopt ex
press trains, will stop at tbe camp ground
woen mere are passengers to get oO or oi
It is hoped that every charge on the di
trict will be represented by an efficient
corps of workers, who will do a grand
work for the Master, and that unconverted
persons will bo cordially invited to attend
so mat tbe meeting may prove to be i
marked success in tbe "awakening of sin
neri and the sanctification of believers.'
Men of Israel, help!
H. A. Spenceb, Pres.
Ika Beard, Sec'y.
The district steward' meeting foe Mont.
pener district will be held on tbfi camp
ground at ortnueld, Tuesday, Aug. 22
at 1 o clock V. m. Will everv mstor h
kind enough to see that big district steward
has knowledge of the meeting? We hoDe
all tne disliict stewards will be present
The annual mooting of tbe Central Ver
mont camp meeting association will be
held on the camp ground, on Wednesday,
Aug. 23, at 1 o'clock r. H.
II. A. SrENCEIi.
Bradford. Several of onr people left
town on Monday and Tuesday of last week,
among whom we noticed Dr. L. W. Han
son, Miss Susan Doty, (eldest daughter of
the late Dr. A. A. Doty), Mrs. J. C. Hardy
to go to Berlin pond.Vt. The last two go
Doping mat by a change of climate they
may improve in healtb. W. B. Stevens,
wife and daughters ; Mrs. L. F. Hale, J.
B. W. Prichard and wife, Geo. F. Morris
and wife, and some others go to Rye
beach, to be absent some weeks. Those
going to Rye beach go with their own
teams, making it wholly n pleasant trip
Jerome i. Hale, of whom mention was
made in the Messenger last week, leaves
early In August for Richford, Vt., whore
he has purchased a fine hotel. We wish
him the success he is worthy of.
Rev. T. P. Frost roturned from his va
cation the middle of last week and spoke
to his people with his usual interest last
Chelsea. Edward Dickinson of Lowell
is visiting parents and other friends in
Mrs. W. P. Townsend roocntly paid her
lister a visit who resides in Providence,
Mrs. Mehnda Metcalf of La Cross,
Wis., is visiting her friend, Mrs. E. Rob-
Mr. John Thompson of New York Is
now m town on a visit to his aged father.
Mr. E. G. Goodhue, the former princi-
pal of the academy, was In town last
Mrs. Scales has removed hor millinery
shop from the hotol Into the house owned
by Mrs. Elihu Hyde.
The listers met at Chelsea August 1st,
aooording to the statute, to equalize the
grand list in the county.
The hay harvest i3 progressing tinoly.
A larger crop than was expected is being
secured by many farmors.
W. M. Ordway was in town last week,
being on his first trip as a runner for tho
wholesale of boots and shoes.
The woman's foreign missionary society
will hold a meeting on Saturday, i. m ,
the 29tb, with Miss L. C. Hatch.
New monuments have recently been set
up in the new cemetery by Calvin Good
win, Martin Ordway and David Comstock.
Tho north common has been improved
by the removal of stones, filling holes and
by grading so as to make the surface even .
Foster, Grow, while out Ashing in a
small brook, July 31, fell and injured
himself so as to require modical attendance.
Mrs. trench Jonos diod July 29, aged
71 years, aft sr a sovere and protracted
illness. Her remains wore removed to
Tunbridge for burial.
Mrs. B. Berry, who his been detained
at St. Jobnsbury for soveral weeks on
account of ill healtb, returned Julv 27,
with some improvement in health.
At the recant business meeting of the
Orange county veterans' reun ion society,
to be held at Eist Cjrintb.J.B Atwood and
Goo. F. Raed of this town wore appointed
on the committee of invitation. Tho time
of hoi ling the reunion will be on Sjpt.
12 and 13th.
Tho membsrs and friends of tho family
of the late Harry Uatch had a pionlc July
'J6th, in a grove on the old family home
stead. Thirty-two relatives and friends
were present. A good numbor from a
distance were also present. The occasion
was highly enjoyed and was a pastime
that will ba long remember od.
The new society of ladies, known as the
Willing Workers, starts off with the most
promising prospacts of being a sucooss.
It numbers now thirty members, with
olbors to join soon. Tho society held its
past meeting since the organization with
Mrs. II. Webster, which was fully attend
ed. A nice, largo tent was erected for
their accotnraoUtion in Mr. Webster's
yard. The society will hold a strawberry
festival oa Friday afternoon on the lawn
0 front of Hyde Cabot's residence.
A thunder shower passod over the west
part of the town Thursday. The electric
Quid struck Cbarlos Jones' houso entering
near the ridgo, damaging nearly every
room in tho house, an 1 tore up things
genorally. It pissed very near some of
the inmates, but no one was seriouslv
njurod. Iho houso wis well supplied
with lightning rods, but afforded no pro
tection, as tho fluid entered the ridge very
near to one ot tho rods pointing upwards.
mis laot raises a doubt as to their benefi
cial effects when placed on buildings.
Groton. S. P. Welch lost a little p-irl
Sunday night of diphtheria.
David Newton has roturned to Mjn-
chostor, N. II.
Mrs. Thayer, from Boston, and Mrs.
Montgomery Heath are visiting their rela
School closed hore last woek on account
of diphtheria, but it seonis to havo subsid-
1 at prosont.
Mrs. Frank Clark and son returned
from Boston last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Folsora are in town.
Miss Alice Barnet, from Lyudonvillc, is
visiting hor scboolmalos her.
Bortha Little has roturned homo.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Darling from tho
west nro visiting Judgo Darling and Judge
Sr. JoiiNSRi uT. A. W. Wild has moved
to his oharge in CiarloUe, Vt.
Elder Spinney of North Danville pro ich
ed at the M. E. church last Sunday.
We are expecting now to loss Rev. II.
T. Fuller, who has been principal of Iho
ncadomy for some years. He has secured
a position In Worcester, Mass., as principal
at larger pay.
One S. D. Kendall started for Ivika
Gaorgo. New York, on a vacation Mon
nay. no goes down the Connecticut
Liver through the sound and up the Hud
son in a boat U foet loog andsorne2J feet
wiuo and weighs SO pounds.
Secretary Sago left us last week for a
vacation of four weeks. Ho went to his
home in Connecticut.
Our artists, Clifford & Menns,leave their
work for a vacation in August. Clifford
goes to Indianapolis, and Menns to Boston
is. Is. Atwood and family are at the
Adirondack Mountains enjoyin" a few
weeks. He went with his own team.
C. T. Robinson has lately arranged a
counting room in his store and taken in a
book keeper nnd one more clerk, ma kin
five and six hands which he works
General Grout, who his been sick for
some weeks, was called back by telegram
irom me sergoant-r.t-arms. He left for
Washington July 19.
The houses an 1 vacant lots in this vil
lage have all been numbered in regular
city style, parties from Massachusetts
doing tbe work.
The M. E. society are thinking of build
ing a house on tbe camp ground at
Lyndonville. Wo hope they will do so as
tuey need one.
A number of our townsmen weut to
Montpolicr Tuesday to attend Iho conven
Next Sunday is the twenty fifth anniver
sary of tho M. a church here, and it is
proposed to havo things as much as possi
ble as they were at that time. Nearlv all
the old singers, the organist and organ,
win be present, and the same hymns
Dr. A. H. Warren savs that Knaa
after making allowance for rivers and all
water surlace, would afford an acre of
land to every man, woman and child in
the United States, and that If Texas were
thus divided there would be more than
three acres for each rjerann. KvMontin
the United States has an opportunity to
develop to greater extent in the future
man in me past.
ruRuviAN 8iKUr cures Dysneusla. General
ueuinty, Liver Complaint, Bolls, Ilumors. C'hron
Diarrhea, Nervous Afflictions, Female Uomulainta.
ana all diseases origins' Ing In a bad slate of the
Lx-Pre. Hayes expeots 20,000 bushels
of grain from his Dakota farm this year.
Tbe exactions of society, added to tho cares ol
maiornuy and the household, have tested beyond
endurance the frail constitutions which have been
granted the majority of women. To combat tbls
tendency to premature decline, no remedy In the
world possesses the nourishing and strengthening
properties of MALT BITTERS. They enrich the
blood, perfect digestion, stimulate tho liver and
kidneys, arrest ulcerative wealinosBos, and Durifv
and vitalize evory function of the foinale system.
Mrs. Hooker, of the woman's nnlnn
missionary society writes from Mexico:
-inose wnosav that this is a Chriaii.n
nation, and that Christian effort should
rather be directed towards heathen lands,
need spend only one Sundav hero, or rn.
ceive from any truthful man a bare recital
of current facts, and they would be fully
uuu villus uiiu tne trum as it is m Jesus
is throughout this nation practically nlmmi
unknown. I constantly learn of'corrup
tion that makes me stand aghast."
it is easily proven that malarial fevers, constina-
tion, torpidity of the Iivor and kidneys, general de
bility, norvousuoas and neuralgic ailments yield
readily to this groat disease by converting the food
inio rich blood, and It glvos now life and vigor
tho aged andinurm always.
AsiiBURsuAM, Mass.. Jan. 11. luso.
havo boen very sick over two years. They al
gave me up as past cure. I tried the most skillfu,
nysicians, but they did not reach the worst Dart
Tbe lungs and boart would Oil up every night and
distress me, and my throat was vsry bad. I told
my children I never should die In peace until I had
tried Hop Hitters. 1 have taken two bottles. They
iiuvc ueipou me very much indeed. I am now well
iimiu nusH lubuimun ioiks noro woo have seen
uuw nicy uuijieu me, anu luey used tbom and are
cured, and feel as thankful as I do that there la so
valuable a medicine made.
;Ww3 M us. Julia Ulsiiino
Gen. I. Senoy lias given another $25,000
to Weslojan trench college, Macon, Ga,
Tho Rev. Chas. E. Piper, formerly) of Pittsllotd
n. n uumowol wakeflcld, It. I., writes: "Mj
who nau oeen an invalid for years, but Baxter1
Mandrake Hitters cured her." N. II. Downs' Veg'
eiauio uaisamic Biixir always cures coughs, cold
and consumption, when taken in. season, llenrv
& Johnson's Arnica and Oil Liniment, lor Bprains
bruises, outs; swellings, old sores Sc., Is excellent.
Kev. Dr. Kit Billou has rccoivod a call
to the Universalist churoh at Eist Mont
A llKALTUV STATE.
People aro constantly changing Ihcir liomei from
East to West and from Norih to South or vice ver
sa, in search of a healthy 8tato. If they would
learn to be contented, and to uso the celebrated
Kidney.Wort when sick they would be much better
off. The whole system can bo kept In a healthy
stale by this siinplo but cffectujl remedy. See
large adv. 3owl
Tho son ol Rev. Dr. Bailey of Sheldon
is to be reotor of tho Episcopal society at
consumption luds quick victims lu lUc wc ik.
strengthen your system agninn this and all oili. r
iQ.la ol diMiase by using iVueat Itutor. S'hI
Jdin Bright purposes to soon vi'it
Amuiica, and it is oxpectod tli.it ho will
deliver soveral leoinres while here.
As a sure remedy for Sick Headache. Sour Hum.
ch. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipation. Torpid
iiiuui.neaa .c, no mcdicino is ciiul to
r. ujiii-r nanuiake ismcr. N. . Downs
fclnlr u tbe oldest and best eoiifh remedy in exis-
icDue, muises, scalds, burns, tpr.ins, rul, Ac
cuuer on man or beast, ire speedily cured by the
usbw icniyat.jjnnsin's A'uiea and Oil Liniment
Ifyou have any skin diseases or diseases of the
nair or scalp, any Itching or discoloratioos, sun
burns, frecllcs, pimples, rough or dry har-li skiu
juu nave in ur. u. w. lienson'sskin Cure, a sure,
pence! anu elegant remedy. Sold by all druggists
The term bydra my be used to renrcsent anv
maniiold evil. Ifyou would b.itilj Bucriur.,iiv
with this many-hoaded monster or disease you will
uou it expedient to keep Mrs. Pinkbam's Vegetable
compound always at hand f Ur. Running.
.Filers l oenlleil lor at tloiiu.ellep, VI. t'otl
oinre, July tm, issi.
tWTo obtain these letters neraoti m-,.i .,. ,..
LDlEs.-Mis Haiti Baleh, Mrs. T. A. 1,'hise. Eva S.
m. ninney. Miss Alleen K. Klnnev. MIm v.iii.
ion. anss aiary aiack. Miss Nettle Newha II. airs, an
bert Severance. Miss Mary K. Hchrciner, Mr. II
TTiiu, .ura. Auuuim norceater.
OF.STl.KMli.-Lenedet!0 Blinriu.Oamhli.ln n.......
J. O. Carleton. J. Oreirory (larloton, Uremrr Oarleton,
Whitman S.Dyer, Zara Morcure, Jobnamialt Olo
vannt Iteitti. . U. Vail.
.'iS.'J"!!'11 ul1',!1"11' mt NWldwie nf the bride's
'tew rnteffl a""
In Montpelier. July 29. Run. NliLSOV A nn4&"
axed ai years ami 6 months - ulKsh
JA" Randolph, July IS, Mrs. ANlrE YOTlVll,
"Kelalth Dpcd8""rered much, but died lu
CONES' 5'i,i'Vi, o?0I1""m''M0". VI ANSA A.
LUNSfcll, wile ot Warner Thomas, Kod 25 ,,.
At this office: anolv to or a lilma. ini;n
qnalih'cations amd torras,
II. Ii. Wheklocic,
t?Jfl'i.ll,f01,r.fwn ,0,,n- 5 Outfit Tree
?,?,I'"ik- Jverythlwnow. Capital not ro
giilrol. Vie will furulh you evervtlilior
Many are makinir fortuuoa Lathe's make
i!i!;iRJ;"9",l"nSlu"!.h0" ,ml f'rlx make
,reat pay. Header, lr you waut a business
at WtUCU yOU Can make vrpnt in. .)l
h., . tV.m,o,l.F0r!,7r"e ,or Particulars to II.
Hallett k (Jo., Portland, Maine. tintyl
iijLL't HFAITH PRPSFRVINfi
v i-wui 1 1 1 1
Ts tuaJe Ftrictly AdiuBtabl
to any form by a new and novel
arrangement in construction,
and ia the moot COM FORTA.
liaLKand PERFECT FIT
Tl.NO corset known.
Ia Approved br tbe llcnt
Fof sale by all ItadlriR drulcrn. ,
Wnx O cft I'"ly mnt wanted.
Wi " ,nstf' en Mannfaetiiml by
f noYAL iis.it jx xJ
STATE OF VERMONT
Ji i.ll P. Kirp 1
OtAlti.K-t 4 llt UU.VUU,
I Hc-ittetiiUT Term, I
This powder never varimi. K marvel of pnr.tv.
rtn:rm ana wholesome ..):. More (fronoiiilcal tlmn
the ordtn.iry kinds, and tuttinot la Bold in competi
tion with tho multitude of low teRt, abort woiwlit,
,7 1 -1 t"'niii. .vint uniu in can.
i.nvvi, BakinuPuwdku Co.. 106 Wall-tit.. N. Y.
WILL CERTAINLY CURE
Coughs, Colds, Hoarc;-.iess, Sore
Throat, Eronchitis, Influenza, Asth
na, Vhooping Cough, Croup, and
every Affection of the Throat,
Lungs and Chest, including Con.
sumptiou. Sold by all Druggists.
NOTICE TO INVESTORS!
ratMortKWltoalFtatoI.nana mado and vnaran
lew! by tuc
Nebraska Loan and Trust Co ,
' HASTINGS, NK11RASKA.
Sehnol ltuiwlH ami M11nlelp.1l Soeuritle. for sale, llest
11S , fJS 7 ,, " ""' !"r 11111 Partn-ullirs.
IAS. I). HAH rWfcLL, l'les , t. (J. H kustimi. Treaa
AN INVALUABLE ARTICLE. Tho reader of
this paper have no doubt seen tho adrcrtlsomont
of Ely's Cream Balm In another column, An arti
cle like " Cream II, Urn " bas long been desired
and now that it is within the roach of sufforera
Irom Catarrh, Ilajr FcTor, etc., tlwre Is every rea
son to boliovc they will.tnake the most of it Dr. W,
K. Ouckman, V. E.llamman, Druggist, and other
Eastonians havo given it a trial, and all recommend
It In the highest torms.-Easton, l'a. Dally Argus
UCt. 7, 1S7D.
JI1 SON, aged nino yoars, was afflicted with
Catarrh; the use or Ely's Cream Halm effected
complete euro. W. K. IUmiian, Druggist, Easton
Trice 50 cents. yowi
Rcr. Geo. Porter has been cngagod to
preach Tor tho lownslioncl Congregation
alisls another year.
Nervousness, pcovishness, and fretting, so often
connected with overworked females' livos, is rapid
ly relieved by Brown's Iron BittcrB. 3lwl
A Nashua, N. II., clergyman has attend
ed. In the Inst two nnd one-half years,
ovor eighty funerals.
Where Appetite's flerco raging fli 0
Tends human misory.to promote
And burning fluids fcod dosiro.
Poured down the incandescent throat;
Then Sanfouii's Ci.noer quells the bla.e,
And craving appotito allays. fm.11 ml
It is said that Sonntor EJiuunJs does
more miscellaneous roading than all the
other senators put together.
FONDER ON THESE TRUTHS,
Kidney-Wort is nature's remedy for kidner and
liver diseases, piles and constipation.
Sediment or mucous in the urine Is a sure indi
cation of dlsoase. Take Kidney -Wort.
Trpld liver and kidneys poison the blood. Kid
ney-Wort revlvos them and clnanses the system.
Ilcadaoho, bilious attaoks, dizziness, and loss of
appetite aro cured by Kidney-Wort. Sec adv.
ltov. M. I.. Sovcr.moe of Middlebury
has boon chosen principal of Burr & Burton
GOLD MEDAL, PAEI3, 1378.
BAKER S us
Covoa, from which iho oxcpbs nf
Oil has been irmovc d. It ha? thrre
times the strength of Cocoa mixed
with Starch, Arrowroot or b'nipir,
and la therefori- farmorp ccononii.
i'al. It is delicious, rio'irlhliirii.',
HtrcriKlhenint;, easily (HtreHii-,1, and
admirably adapted f.,r invalida us
Well jib fur per. ns i:i heallh.
Mold by (J rorcrs cprvwhpri.
BAKEfi & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
W r?nT5.AK?.i.?!"!"W".!h Wi "of' r.
position unouir tbe flrst of the laud.'XIte a,"l E
f JtEDERICK DOUGLAS
?.",.?... fr.""1,1". 1 m'ie ' " Oal'iu " in tlirtlllu,
......a.,.,.: i,uruHiH, Wltn t i added i-linrm ilint
uds who-havo wslsd" tii'e rwnHkil areorand
have beon thrilled by th lu.ueuce of this wondefful
MiHw PAIIK PUDLiaillNO CO IIartrord, Conn
roSK',V-, A complete college rre
preparatory department. CataloKuJs aoiii '
ni28wlo H. L. CALDWELL. D.D., President
the Complete Life of
JAM ES aARFIELD.
the formalion of h I'atilact: the c.nten in l'.nm thr
A...,,. Attack ; Hie .S,,reical Trfatmmt. K m", to
Lone Branrli : 1ii , leiitli and l.nristl. u;ll s.ll voir m rrrri
f.im.lll. AUK-NTS WANTKIIKTCrjwIlere. Ki "f ofl
"' c- ;'l I'I'V A tb . PhlladclvU. !
TlH-ir CArsi; and
t v r 1:.
Kniirht's New 1 reHlisf
Slit Fr'H. Ailtliess
ilie L. A. Ksjiiirr Co., I..
K, St., t.'iiieiniiHti, t
STATE OF VERMONT,
WASIIINOTON COUNTY. HS.
VH III ouiity foul1
Addison II.' Uailkt. March Term. Is-,
WHKnKAa. Jennie K. Ilalley. or I'lalndelil lu the
loiiuty of vVsshl imlon. at the Jlarch T, m A I "
if tllHtJoniltV t iHirt tnr hI.I I'. ........ .. . . . 1 ""I
tba t.ifw.Vl.iff,M,;''.?r,Hl"r.tn lu"ltauS
ou the suth day of Hepleniber. A li ii 7, t Toi's" ira
In.the County of OraiJue: that aim S 'h! V'V.
:,....'ull?.'.I.ll"1 IwrformeU her said marrlairo eove:
same: for that beliwof snfflrlent pecuniary ability ti e
said Add .on H. had without ca.iBe. vrosily, wontni'lr
and cruelly refused and nelecied to provide Biiltal, l
nfn'nS tPf?1 '"' f '" "m ll" W.la of mat"
hML Xfr her 1'0I1,1,'ai'1l lth the said Addtam II ;
it,hl. .f.1." ,"ow I'oidlMK In said County
And whereas It is made to appear to H..n. T P
tlR 1(1. .1 11(1 ar A nf tills UiK.au. 11 . ' .'
ruout tbat the Baid Addisou 11. liaiiey reHides iht.nV
vniB niare wnere tlifl iiriu-faa nf tt.t - -.7"."
r , J! '.'.'iH".'6 "!$".'?' by ""'d J'ldKe of tbe Huiireme
and make answer tborcto and ahow cause. If ai v b
may have why tbe prayer thereof be not Vrantwi be
ontbeseeoiidTuesdayofSoptember. A. I m" Vt "
SllWi-1!-KtlMiP'itillcalion of the sulistiucj of
-"- i ...uu .ii.iuuiaiu rrn.min
ri.iT:: t 'Zul ''lr.,i;rnited at Montpelier. aforesaid
l,iK,',.teJ.'5Jt ?n """li "?.t leant 31 day.
oko. w. w.n. Mutizs -for ubi.iii!.lM vtr;:
STATE OF VERMONT,
WASHINGTON COUNTY, 83.
Emili E. Ur.r.n k M. D. Oilman,
, ... .. Admr'8, &
H. W. Heaton,
Cat.vin E. WniTTi.KBF.TJb Wife, ft
1am pih K. WniTri vjuv i.
T. J. UEAvifr. ' ,wa
WrrRRRAK v.mlt.r nAn.i a...t , r. .. ..
Montpelier, In the County of Waelilnitlon, a dmli?
latrators of the estate of diaries H.wd. late o ii
Montne ler.doreased.aiid Homer W. Ueaton, of said
Montpelier, have this day Bled in tho otll.'e of tl ,
C ert of tbo Court of Chancery for the County ol
VVashitKton.thelr bill In chanrsr for the forecl' .Jure
IKOT.duly execufod to the said Charles
I Illfl. anrl thn aait Unmap i'
mortare deed of tbe followln described lan. I n"
Moretown. In the County of Washington, aiol Htat of
Vermont, viz.: "Uelnit the ai.utb halt1 of the ttrs!
1 homas Ht.Johmaao hmr ..m. ... in..., ... ; ......
the eaat. which formerly belonged to tlie la'rm nl Lr
man Cobb, and l enclosed with the first mentioned
i us:" tosoenre the payment of sii hundred 'and
Ine do lara siieclfiert in timd v. . 1
scribed as fnlfows: for tbe sum of two hundred and
throe dollara each, dated February II. Hi;, i.ai'ihl." 7
wo and three years from date, wit h interest anuall v
. im inorwajted the said preuiisea to T..1 iieavlt t
to i t. J m 1,10 M,' Ji"i l:. reMilcs
.... ..M.c.iuai .aiu irciiiises are rea securiM
for the debts; that said notes are due aim uniuiid, anil
;a administrators of said diaries rt,.e. ; and .r,iv I'll
for decree of foreclosure aKainst all of said defendant,
JdUmstheOourt will sborteu tho usual time 01 r
. war. ,l.',Lti. '?."?-
the prooeas of this Court cannot he served ui.00 Tim
It is therefore ordered that th i.i I VV..?'
tlesev ba notified of the tiM,,Hanrtu i .... X ..7.. . :. ..nI1'
eery, aud summoned to appear and make answer to
the same, and show cause, Wany he niay hav why th?
prayer thereof be not Kranted 6efore tlie Il'i " KiiirT
of Chancery, next to he he ,1 at Af.,..,n.itn
Piioiicaiiou mtueauosianceorsald bill in Cbancerv
newanaper nubllshed at Montpelier' aforesaid The
last of whicn publication shall be at least twe" ydavS
previous to secoud Tuesday of September A I) li
Wh rttTs.T amn"a '"""lent notice to sa Id James
Given under my hand St Montpelier In the ennntv
of Washloirton, this 3 HI day of .Vuly, X 1, iSJ c0,,u,
HoMtR W.IlKAToN. J
" MKitF.AS. Jnli'ii I. Knapp, of Montpffljor. In tb
cr.itnty ol Waabintfton, bas tlii day fli-.l tn tlm nfliee
ot th'lerk 'f the Court of Chant-fry. witbm and for
" '"iiiii .'in, uin kin III t I)tU fry W it llJSt
uhloy H(ilitiril,riinriea 4. liuhlKir-l.of Ka Mont
liebiT. ami ll nupr W. Heaton, of Mutliurt in aald
ttif State ot Ttrx:.. wttitiir lortli In d'ulistanr
1 hat Ashlt-y iiniiiNtnl, of Kat .Mniitelifr, in tbi
'.in mii'i .ii,nr niiirt-niuii, W.1R uu Tlie Smil (J.ty of
Munii, A. 1. 1". i. tbe owner of a piece of lutnl m,,d
i arm m tlie, htat nt l-iwa. tlf-sfrilwd as follonn: "The
.. .. c.. , .,i rnu.uas, I'lurirr T weilny
iiiinioer tbirty-six, in townibii ninnfr ninetv tlirrc
ranre ten, in tlio. .unity nf Fayette, tu tbe SUte of
Tiiat prior tin-r.-to, tct wit: on th fit!, day of Hen
teinlier, A. 1. I7i. Ashley lliiiibml liml cxnenti..!
fjeeiinf tikid latiil to ohh CliarleH i Hubbard, which
... . utiii PAm mm anil I tnirtlHH III me laUJ ref
nnls of l ayette eoiinty, in tbe state of Iowa. Tlie aaii
uarift, i. iiutiimni paid notnitnf fur nald an,i, tnij jt
f r ti i I i r ,,',IM"in aiorenaifl.
ley Ht.bharV; VbtV ' " uu"
lhatonoraiMnittli2ithday of Mareb. la;?, iu con
aii'"11!. i.i L,m,irr'1 dollars paid !v- tb orator
: 1 . i """iis. in- I'm. iinnt u n.iin ibiui nt tun un
-Uiey Hiihhard. That the Hald Ashley proouretl froi
tlie Haul (.harb s (t. Hubbard au unrecorded deed ol
eoiiveyanec of nan! land to tbe orator, and on the ald
j. ui u;iy ' . . J , , 1,1116 sa ni AMiuey Hubbard and
lita.Tii.iaA. HHbliartl.alau duly executed their
d"-ei t aatd land to tlm orator,
'i'hat on the name iuih day of Mnre b. 1877. tbe orator
...... " " mi. a nnn-Ky IlUOIiani ID
couHiderati-iu of a hnimn and lot in Motitnllr
whirh was tho same premises conveyed to tbe orator
lM7f!. Tbat ou the wild 1st dav of Jtm Mn th.
exeeitteii to Hind Freeman a mortifate of said bouse
and bit to Hecure tlm mm of of the purcbaae
. .i. i, -.s .1. ...m ii'hcii iu iiHrei annual
ly), one of fiin-1 nntes ftr rg.a payablo in one year from
yrV,.1.r.?V:f!"lp,a,,nt? nf W(nn and disrases of tho
Stoinncb, l.oweln. I.umrn. I.ivt-r and Kidnein aid is
other J omen, an it novor ItitoxifateH. fHle.and $1
w4UV,,,r ,,uy,,,K4il s'x'' Uim-ox i Uo.,New York.
date, three nntea fur Jjlui each payablo neverally in
two, throe and lour yara from date, and one note for
IJ5 payable in five years fr-mi date. The amount of
tMia muriwajfe debt on the JUtli day of March, lan was
I be orator allowed Ashley Hubbard ft.ioo for tbe
Iowa land herein mentioned as part payment for said
....no ami hp , imviim Maiaum i viw uue the orator.
It wunatrreed by tlieorator and tin h bunt that u.,i.
bard would assume and pay tbo Freeman niorhan-e
debt to the said Freeman iir tbe orator's notes held hv
Freeman becanio due, and tbe orator avreed to pav
Hubbard Bixty-livo dollar, the excess of the Freemn.ii
mortiraire debt ol the rft-Mi that Mtihir.i ,'....,l'tt.u
tor. No time was mentioned when the said sum of ti5
he could pay it at anytime belore the 1st of June, luxi.
-I.... ,. v ...oi up. u..u w rieeiuau, or upon
That the said Ashley ITubbard was insolvent on the
..in.. . , mi,, imb no rcmaiupu to tlie
i J . iii V i T , 1 .Atlfi iiiiimard
nimr to Ashlev Hiiobanl. wuh nmH tn m h
llrooks, of M-mtpelior, Vt , In whfeti deed the Kran'tee
assumed to pay irfo of the Freeman inortKatr debt.
;iiifl the debt ext luvtiis bed. 1
1 b.it on tho J4tb day of Marrh, W:7, the orator met
W. Iluaton, in Montpelier 'and the deed from C?he ora
tor to N. F. llrtoks wan then and there delivered to N
i iironiiH, who caused the same to be recorded in the
- .w. f 1 1 un name uay. who
''is been well Htized and poBaesHi vt tbe same from
1 Hat the deeds nf Ashley Hubbard and Julia A
Hubbard to. I. K Knapp, and Charles . Hubbard to J
i'. hnapp, were left with .Mr. Hoaton to be kept and del
livered lo J. P. hnapp upcu tho payment of the sum of
sixty five dollars, the amount which Knapp had atrreed
to Pay on the Freeman mortaraire. '"""ffrnju
'J hat (in the nth day of August. 1377, theorator nald
Asmey jniooaru .fiu. anu on tlie UrjIJi day of Deceiiihwr
lr-77. bo paid Ashley Hubbard lu more to apply on the
sum of sixty-tiv.- di'Marr aforesaid. Tliese sums were
wil Mutely received and receipted by Ashley Hubbard
i he orator, alter making said mivmnnrB -
State of Iowa to ascertain tbe value and'eoudition of
I-"... -.v '"""u .-iiii'i.'j ment ana remained
u tbo west for some tune, niiti uhm ha
Vermont be ottered to pay Ashley Hubbard tbe bal
ance of tbe sixty -live dollars and the Interest on tbe
same, in pursue nee ot tho above named agreement
but liubhard relused to receive it , r t,7,,i,7MeA1.t'
deeds aforesaid to tho orator, as he had agreed and
le made AihleV H b . tJM
the ainntint due as aloresat-l. und demanded the deeds
refused to receive, and informed tbo orator that he
bad forfeited his rnrht to said deeds and land bv not
makiuf his paid payments at an earlier date The or
ator also tendered a Jilm sum ol nimiey toil V Hpatoii
and demanded the deeds ielt with him in March 177
and be also relused to receive sunt muuey, aud roiused
to d(! liver tbe deeds tn the nrutnr .a i,., ,.,.,.i.. ...v!"
doiip, and told tho orator tbat he must confer with
'1 hat on the M li d.-iv of .lulw l.ui . ,
tmiderod II. . Heaton, in the presence of witneHH
sixty dollars in if old ruin of the Uuited States, and has
since kept said tender r.od, hopuiir that Hoaton and
Hubb rd won d conclude to accent the same, and do
livwr said deeds of the Iowa laud aforesaid to the ora
tor. The orator luisfre-iuently. in a frieudlv manner
reii nested tbe said Heaton ami lohiiarri ;.."",.
money and to give him hia deeds, which they rtfuie
and netfloct to do. ut
The said ileatvu says that bo has now only one nf
5li.ii deeds in his posse ion : that the deed or ri,..Ho
(1, Hubbard to J. V. is missiUK and tbut ho does not
recollect of seeinifit since tho ii-tlb of March 1X77
when it wan placed In his safe by one Charles J Hub'
bard, a sou of Ashley Hubbard, who was a law student
fit tbat time in Mr. Heaton' office, and made and wit
neBsed tho deeds lett with Mr. Heaton. Mr Heaton
says that no one but Oharlps .1. Hubbard has had ac
cess lo bis saf'a, or au opportunity to take the deed
irom Ins safe; tbat. alter these deeds were left with
him, and while be (Mr. Heaton) whs enn lined at bin
bouse with a broken hip or sickness. Charles -I Hub
bard applied to him for the key t'i the safe, Biiyiiitr he
wished to see the Knapp deeds. He delivered the key
to Ins safe to Charles -i. Hubbard, who afterwards re
turned it, and Mr. Heaton says he has not soon the
deed of Charles O. Hubbard to J. V. Knapp since that
time, nor since March, 1H77. Mr. Heaton informed the
orator that ho hud advised Ashley Hubbard and
Charles J. Hubbard to receive Mr, Kuan ' money
and deliver to him the deeds as they otiifhrto, aud as a'
Court would compel them to do.
Tliodeeds of Charles (i. Hubbard to .1. P Knapp and
Ashley Hubbard ami Julia A. Hubbard had never been
recorded in any land record in the county of Fayette
Stato of Iowa, whon lett with Mr. Heaton, and there'
fore irave the orator no leal title to said laud until de
livered aud recorded.
Tbo defendants in carryinif out their purpose to dc
fraud aud injure tbe orator atterwards. to wit, on tbe
fith day of December. W8, cnuveyed said land in Iowa
il Rfc Oreut chance to make money. Thorn
1 mm M mm who alivnva t:ilcf mit -i.,t,lt;a r .i.
1,111 II K iiX
II II I i II wliilo th ,. ,,i . l i, wt'K"y i ly Astik-i- Huljliaril. aud rt-ounlrd In the- luu'l reccirds
II IIIII ?&n&'$F$22$t ' rV!,n,'y ,!f! --.-Ue.ut..r Iuwa!'"Tl,nrSSr
W If U If .luuiivnipn w'mir hovK .l lilV.;l'',' lev'.'at'"t sjul r.i ivi-yau.-n was mailii wltlinut ran.
wnrt r.r 1.0 I- ,1 , ... .? ? Kulcnitliili, atul fur tun purpusi; nf imtiriiiw tlinnratnr-
ties. Anyon.ranXtfiVirk'pr'o1, "rTlr "m
start. 'llirliusini'SK will nay n, ,ra than to in L !-' "w" ''"' ;'il land by virtilo nf said r,,.
dinarv wa.-s. Ki wislvi alitllt f iiVilW fVS No W?)';.')''.'? P '" ".'' -" l'l" th l.'nnrt.
one who enira fails to uiako loneira fldlv V.'ii. ..,?, Iha ""' ei"lnt ronilniiina- and ranfleratinK
d-vi,t8 your wliolo tlmo t'l tlm work or mill" vol? 1 ,llV'.r" U"'r I"'","' ' I'resi-ut unknown to you"
Mala.: yr-.o, r
So to Si ' f ) r ?f li"'n"- Saraplo worth if!
7. i .'i1 .'Iri-e. AddrmsSiiNsoN S l'i) l'ort
: AND t
WOKKER IN IR0K,
SUOl' ON 13HIII.IN STIIEKT,
exl Dour South j'Jtlwniutr Lraltirr Slorr.
DONE WITH A PKESS.
ortlauo. I a.,t words to charge tlicm. do nroteud sn.t ,vn .'.., ...
Upi'cchos that tlio orator lias nnvpr paid for said land
I iu Iowa, or oil tired or tend, rrl tlm .i.i. tu.n ,i..n ....
any part nf it to tlm said Ashley Hubbard or H.w
Heaton, hereas.tlio defendants well know as the
truth really in that theorator has paid and offered to
nay the full Pri''and value of said land to A-thley
hl,p! ol'','lLt?,!',,Ue"t0n' 1U "'" o'f
All which ai tiiiKB. doiniis and pretenses aro contrary
to e,intv auiWooU conscience, and tend to the man?
test injury ol your orator, ami for as much as your or
ator is altoKCther reniedllcsB in the premises by the
strict rules of law, and cannot have any discovery or
relief but in a court ot ciuity where mittera of tills
nature are properly coKin.abln, to the end, therefore,
that the said .li-lciidants and their confederates i when
discovered i limy upon their oaths true, full and per
feet, answer make to all. and simruiar the matters
and thinifs atoresaid. as fully aud particularly as lr
the sainn were herein axain repeated ami they there
unto particularly interrogated, accordinv to flio heat
of tncir respect ve knowlnlm, i,n,,r, . YL lr"
and morn especially that the said fharlcs J. Hubbard
may set tortli whether he look the deed of Charles (I
lludbard (called ,ho -.star" deed) Irom II. W. UeatoVs
safe and what become of said deed, aud state where
said deed w or was when he last saw It: second. that
f .'"""'" 'oiiu nnetuer Uliarles (1,
THE BIGGEST ON EAR TH.
'-111 -UATUU X T11K (rKUiVT
The World ia Ooutribuiioa. Sea, Air and Earlh Give up
Machlcsi an the San, I'nre us tin' Drinwj tinmv, Moral as Jlctitjion !
It can liivo no p;rull;l. Opposition Impossible. Rivalry Kodioiilous.
Competition Nonscnso. ft staivls alone LTiiitppro.tclieil
.'! GEXEItVI ION'S A TEACIIEK
AN I J
EMl'EP.OllOF HUMAN HEARTS.
THE AM USE.M EXT I'OTE STATE
CROWNED KINU OK THE REALM.
Bamum Owns lint one Show. II X. vrr Divides it. .lutnlio I ut one Amonf One
Tliousaiul R:iru features.
LOOK OUT. DON'T MISS IT.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 10.
Tho First Anniversary Colubratiun oftlio Conli'deration,
u ii w ll u i
T. T. BARXUM. J. A. BAILEY and J. L. I1UTCIIIXSOX Solo Prop. i.-tors. '
Our Tents avc Twice as Wec as av Paivons Ever 3TaAo.
As asjeitod by liie ruitker aud nduiitted by all Siiuwiiii'ii.
Undcrneaih them aro tho UARXUM & LOXDOM SHOWS. TWO EnormoiH Moniiec
lies. THREE Circuses in Three linr, Iiippr,,lrome in Half mile Racing
Track, Museum of LIVING CURIOSITIES and the "
Xjargest Shows on Eaitli. T
IS HE A MASTODON OF BY GONE AGES?
Eminent Professors of Natural Ilistorv sav that ho his the shaiin nf ihn F.lonlmnf
and the Mastodon also, and tint ho is LAIKiER THAN ANV LIVING BKUTE
THAT WALKS THE EARTH. Is It not pjssihlo that Jumbo is of tho Mastodon
species? There are romoto sections of Africa in yot uiiPxplored by the foot of civi
izecl man. His parantaro is unknown.
MAY JUMBO NOV BE A MA STODOX A XD COME FROM TIIERE!
His tremendous sio and enormous shape diizzIo scientists and wn lenve it in roicn
men to decido his species. Xo Ivinu Mortal ever before saw at one lime in America
or nil rope.
ELEPHANTS 22 ELEPHANTS
IN ONEMOXSTKU HKUI). All other shows everywhere can nut present
-i r. .
If ri.v 1
STATE OK VERMONT.
WASMiXOTON COUNTY. Ss.
HoMKlt W. IlKATnS,
r ,, , l'i ciianccrv.
iTKl'HKN . t.UCI'M. W ho lin.rt, , I ' t..
M. CAtivi.VniTNhv, ' .Sej'li iiioor Toiio, A. I W.
ii WALLAl'K Kknt.
Whchkas. II niicr V. Hi'iitoo ol r.itih.nii.is ...
County uf W'iisiiiinftou, liati thin .lay ttltnl in tlio ollh'e
i u f in - i in y n 1 " i. UitiitTi! ry , lor 1 10 Comity
.f W iiHiillittoii, Ins hill in Chmu'crv for tU,. f,,..i,
tirttot 11 mor:KiieHfttjur forth in sulMtaurn thut oii
the ith iUy ot K-tuli.T. A 1). lU, Steplien W. li, "rum
tuimof mud M"i.tielier. duly exivutcil to Hiii.l ir..n..
a inortifUfc'f Uet'it ot tho follow nor UohiTiIkhI lainl it.
mil Moimieiier, v;z. " All ami tho muuio farm m
irt iniBt-w now ovm.l ami oci-noinil hv ..., u ' Jt.J
linm uiu i twin r all of that part of lot iiumbor twiuiti-
AD iu tue 4U1 iiivision of lands in hjUI twn. ivini
iprivoi iiie -orui itruio h, ho callud. alno a vievt'
if anil Wltll tllU dwi lliu- imwn nml i.n.t... V
thereon. KaiJ land in houodud westerly hy Hie branch
road leailiiiK from Montpelier villatre to WorceKtbr
northerly by land ol William Moorcruit Jr., easterlv
:jy tne norm iauni uou aoiuuoriy by the Houth iiiifi
.f bmhI above meutiinipfl lot M..uni..I r
me all and the sumo premiss eon eyed to nie(the said 1
to enc lire tho payment of tin nlini nl'mu Imiwi.
fifty doiiarB BMornieci m those nroinisory notes for the
his. tn tlif said Ilea ton or onlnr. mi or l.ofr.r-a ii.'J' .?Jl
day of MaiTh, tutheyear8 l77ri, lT.-7antt Iflx, with iu-
ieret mm '!) . . uu niKiimi uy hki iiancunj; that said
ure due and unna l : Hint i innniim, i
said, Haai uin leased said premles to M.CarvJe vVint
ney then of mild Montpelier for the term of five yeara
that thereafter nerombor IU. IHTH, Baid aneiimand
wite Klmlrat. inorttrau-ed said promiaeg to a. Wnllafe
Kmitot raUm luwid County: that said Bartim and
Munu; j vv "" : l",?"lo"'i uu pray in
or auerree u loreciosiire atcamst all of Balddefeii
uii:- mid whereitN ft m mini,. t. 'r
SU i-heii W Dasruin and M. Caryl Whitney reside
without this Htato where the process of this Court
iiilint oe Hervuu ttimu ineni :
It la therefore ordered that the paid Stephen W flat..
ruin and i. uariy wnitncy lie uolifled of the pendenev
f nuirt Mill 111 CUHIieerV. lltlrl iiimiii.n.i.,.1 t.. .
Hubbard vw present .or 'knew that he, the RaidCuarleB
a., , was to have a deed of said land in December, 1878,
uun ""iv " uiu iur or awrueu to ue pa d lr
bv t he said ( bar Ion (i HHnr, ..-i..v
'baid'indUllbbardkuUWthitt 'Lb urator purebaaed
I i V"?' ,U.nt tJip,?t',f11i1ll"t8 Ashley Hubbard, CharleB
J. Hubbard aud 11 W llraton may net forth What e
w'Mifiol . tho "istardecd"Ho called from the Haid Charles
AiidprayiUKthat theflefeiidantsbe ordered to ar
ol-pi i lie w irom iiifi orator, and to deliver the rhiH
two deeds leit with 11. W . Heaton in Mareb. 18T7. to"l?
" n u inei:uiia lor tuo orator, am
.7 r i . r tUo 'd preiniBea to your
in tV... ,,V MMB r J ' . i faiw "ld ioriuer relieved
cieiice uiuk iu muiiy anu Kooa con
And, wherean. It Ifl mado to annpar tbnt tl.a D!m
(.harleB U. Hubbaid lesidcK without thin State where
i. V i i ".1 La" uul u0 served upou bun:
h .iV. reH)tVrl0,:f;d tiiat V10 Baitl t-'barloa (J. Hub
bardbonotliiedof tho pendency of Raid bill lu ehan
eery.audHUmiuone.d toapiie.ir and make answer there-
jo. ami biiuw raupe, if any he havo. why the prayer
thereof be not trrauted before tbo Honorable Court
? !r HUry,"eVu-' l,f .h,ul at Mo"Pler. w'thln and
b) the piibll.'ati.m ot the siilistam-ii of said bill in
ctaanosry, t.wtlicr Willi thla ur.ler tbcrran tUric
woekH sii.-rwslvrly In tlie (Irti-ii Mountain l'mmaii a
tue last of whlc-li luiljlu allous shall lie at leant an dai s
i.m.u imdor my hand nt Monti-ellcr, In the county
of Haehllmtou. this iwlidnv or July, ,( 1) lw
T T n,-.,,r,. u i ' l-:i-Vll.l.E R.NMILIK.illr.rk.
r..i. DLA.iri. Solicitor lotilrator. r;w:i
nd mane auM.-r mi-r-.o, ana snow causp, f anv ihe.
avewby til" I'ravpr therool he not irrautPd bef" ri
id llon. l'ourl of Olianrery noxt b, bn held-at M nit
elivr. witUlii hii.I fortius (loimty of WanhiiiKton, m
le aM:olul 1 lieday of Kpotpiuhor. A l. 1HH2 at
..l,..U A M . OV IIlH null rnt n ,,r ...
aald bill in (.'haiKory, toother with this order three
...oumwiv. v in Ilia llron M ,,llHB
weekly n'l'si'r. pulilixln n ;a.'t MoiitppHor aorn'
id, the lat cii whir Ii iuibllrutioiiB tolbi. at lessliwfntv
ava ,revi.iutosald:id 'I'ui sday of n,,t,,i,,!;'w,
1M3. whlrll shall lis deeiui'd sulhi leut uotlro to 'the
aid steouf u . i.rtaroiu and .M. Caryl Whitnpv
i;iv,n under Illy hand, at Mouli,iinP ... VV.
this 1st das of AiiKiist, A. 1)., IW2. ' ouiuj
MKLVILLEE. S.MILin Clsrt
H.W. Hkaion, Solicitor. "-n.ii.ierk. ,
How Lost, How Eestored.
.lust publlslied. a new edition of ru. I'ui.tvuwfi ,
Cki.huiatki, Kwav on th, radical rurr of sT'Eumator
jillj-.A or seminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal
-naaes. Imi'Otk.m v, MenUI and t'livaieal Iiii-araJ it?
linpedlinents to Uarria. etc.; also ,n,' I S'
hi'ii.Ki-av and Kit. Induced by self-ludulneuce oi
sesual extravairance. fcc. luuuwenn or
The celebrated author, lu llu admirable Kapav
1 re."S,'.lrff,'VK!; T"" " ""'' J"r" sueeeaSXl
pra in e.tliHl li e aliinnliiir conpciiuenrrs of self abiiRft
il,V'." tfd",,oll' ''"red; pnt '. , mode 'Jf e re
at onro Blinple. certain and eireclual. by mfaim oi
wnlch every sulterer, no ,aUr wlut Ills nindltinn
IW"Tliia Lecture should be In tho hands of vir
youth and every man In tho land Of every
Sent under seal. In a plain envelope, to any ad.lre.
THE CULVKItlVELt MEDIC IL CO
w nn Hn,,J ,"'il'',W:.?-8MILIK, Clerk.
, .. , ....,...,, ,.ir.
iiKi.K'Ari:Ti.iiii)iiii;.Mf.s. rmiM ''''-rii's m.ii uahv tu tiik 32 foot
Xursinj' every few minutes, now Throe Months Old. lfi Onnn 1. .i, -
of ViId Beasts in tho Streets, their keeper in their midst. 20 All-Gold
Chariot Cages Everflo wing with Animals, and a Menagerie led loose in
the Parade, together w ith tho Largest Zoological Display under the Sun.
Illinium's Famous Koman Hippodrome. 3 Circuses in 3"Rings, and Oulv
Traveling Museum of Wonder Marvels, in which is seen
I.i ustact, tho Norway Ooliali, the 4.Lcg;el Girl. Clia-M:ih, tlio C'liinnso lioliol
Dwarf, Zulu Mod, Mothers and Babies, Kit Beauties, Skeleton
Mon, a Wil J Men of Borneo, ote.
Vermont Ksthodist Ssminary Fsmals Sol!s?3,
Rev. J. I). I5EBMAX. A. M.. V, 'On 1 ? Tlie Location la unaiirnnB..... r..K 1. .i.i... .
I?PV !' A llUirni) A f 1 . "e'uty of aurroundiiia. ,M
HhV. li. A. 1JIM1UI , A. M.J'nnoip.ll. ..Iu rucllous lhorouh ria-lit courses or .1, lv
Mrs. J. I). BEBMAN, Troceptress tiW"""""' vi MSTu.ai,il
Full Corps of Teachers. ' 'rS per
Catalogues or Circulars Sent Frae on Application tolthe Principal.'
MOST BRILLIANT PAGEANT HEAVEN'S SUN EVER SHONE ON!
More and Better Horses, nearly double as many Railroad Cars aud
Tents, and twice as large. Every Wild Boast and Animal a Rarity.
Every act demonstrates tho highest grade of perfection, and to comparo
any other to this Macxh-icext Mammoth and Massive Modern Exhibition
Monarch is ns impossible as to mistake radiant sunshine for shadowy
.13 A. R 1ST XJ M
Never advertises n thing he fails to present. Always and forever keeps his word.
The public are his friends aud love him. His exhibition for ages will be the first on
tho Gloho, for no living manager possosses such advantages as Harnum for forming
century enduring combination of unparalled marvels. "
TWO GHAND PERFORMANCES EVERY DAY
AtaandfPM. Doers Own inns hour eirller. Avoid tha crowds on the grounds and purchase Tickets the
day of Kitilhltloii at the Altims OFFICIO at the usual slnrht advance. Splendid. ea hi ud room lor ai.imi
people, liverv railroad ruii , lo rate eicursloiu. train, al irroitly reduced rafts. Admission the same mtS
an ordinary shnnr. No J lt' l- 1 ll'Kl l s nn.-ii to an h ul.v. 'e can't aflord it.
ut BW.VUV.-, "i.i'.imi'.aau i'. n 111 li, I'.l. i-liOl. M. liori, IU1MX, AUG 11.