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THE VERMONT FARMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND EAMILY NEWSPAPER.
Repotted fcr tho VMMMir I'ARHitii liy
a. . uiniiiUti), . )
Produco rotiimlwlmi Morolmnl, H John Street, Ittwton.
Wednesday, Oct. 30.
lliillernnilfllire.f..T)io. receipt of butler far
llio wonk liro fMf fnCeMEes against I3,WJ pack
airci for tho portespondlnjr week liut year. Tlio mar
ket hiis ruled firm and filfly actlva Ibr eholeo llutter,
nnil nil nriitmi ln been readily tdacod at full prices
Now York indYormimtnno foil sold In round lot at
HfliiTJib awl 'election, nt 33cifD30o sj lb. Cliolco sum
mer dan. r- recently received havo been hi botterorder,
and wo nc-lioo ralunt tc30o p Ibi tho tmUlda, prion
l cosily ndslned ftrtlie l?t lot. Several lota nest
cm fall linvo boen sold at 'Jfioa.KW lb. Common and
medium nutter romain dull and price nro In buyer'
fwnr , , ,
Tho rccoliill ofChoeee for the week have lieori T..UII
loins and 'Jl tons. Thero has boon no material change
In the market dnoo last week. lluycrs wore not to
Unit to pay oxtremo Prices tho nrst two or three
days, hut toward the closo thero Is a (Inner tone and
t ilos are mado nt full rates. The high, rate In Ibe
country hare strengthened holder! licro, and a confi
dent foollnEprevalli that prieo will bo sustained, If
not advanced, tlili week, Realty lino fuUiiry
Is ic.irce ami commands 151c. but the bulk of tho sale
haobocnatlliriojn, lnoludlngOliu), New York,
and Vermont. Farm dairy sold mostly nt I.li9llle,
with a row lino lots at IMfiJI no V lb. At Utlca and Lit
tlo Fall tho sales of Dietary wcra at 131711(0, with a
few nt ISO i and dairy at WOHo, mostly at ISITOnHf
riour ami tlsnlii. TliOm.irketcontlnueduUfo?
Flour and the sales only In small lots as wanted, . bat
prices remain about the tame, as receiver nao not
been disposed to force tlio market nt any material con
cession m prices. Low and medium grades may bo
quotod 33o V bbl loiror, and tho favorite family brands
nro hold at prevlons prices, with rathor moro Inquiry.
Advlcos from the west still tndlcato n scarcity or cliolco
wheat, and but n -email per oontaicoof thowhoatreee v-
l at leading points is good enough for tho manuCio-
ture of the choice family brands.
cboico family brand. While choice brands
nro likely to bo scarce nnd rule hlRh, medium und low
rlu be comparatively abundant. We look for a
much whw range of prlcos betweon high and medium
miles. Tho sale have been at $9$l I.M) f bbl for St.
xmlj. lncludlnst eholea l rnivls at tho latter rateif a
ID for Illinois, nnd t"l0..Vjror Ohio, Indiana and Mich.
liran. butsnodllllchliranuoaerlnir from s9JiOiao.ai w
libl. Southern Flour Is senrce and quiet, ThOtSalRi1
bavo been from S7SDI3 v bht Air commqnwextuajnd(
cliolco family, llakers oxtral romaln without cbango,
and have boon In moderate demand. We qnoto Jllnnw
sota at ffeii and Mllwaukle at $7.23r.?S 1 bbl!
Ixiw grades nro quiet. Wo quoto sales of common West-1
cm extra at $G.5o? .ai, and Wcstorn sopors at $j.Wn.
C.IM 1 bbl. I
Tho market for Corn has been rather quiet since our
last, but prices remain tho umo The shliiments of
tho week havo t ern large, comprtsln' 71.910 bu ana tho
export demand lias Improved. With high freights from
tho Wc3t and rcdu&nl stuck In Elevators thero Is a very
conlUlent Iccllnc that prices must improvo. Wo quoto
sales of Western yellow at 7ioitr73o, and Western mix
oil nt .OciffJHc bn, tho latter Kenernlly bold nt 73o.
In (Mts there Is no change, with a tilr demand. Tho'
capacity of our Klevators lias been greatly Increased,
nml there will bo longer be any delay In taking care of
receipts as they arrive The sales havo boon at 4lciffl
4oo Tor news and 4rvs;,to for old. in Rye tlio salos havo
been small nt HocfflWo IP bu.- Shorts havo been selling
nt(23, fine l'ceil at $2Jffl!l, and Middlings at $'!l23
Ilny.Tbcro continues to bo a good demand for
choice hay, with sales at $2i"'-M tj ton. Urdlnar grades
Hop. --Brewers havo been buying mon, freely and
uncos are urruor inoucn r.oi nuoiaoiy cuannod. wo
quoto Good to prime, 1372, lb JUCittJOc.
Other l'rniluce.llouusmoroactlvo at a sllubt'
nilvanco over last week. Tho sales of cliolco mediums
havo boon at $2.X 1 bu, and soma holder aro nsklng",
leiiow r,yo rango irom z.iorat, wuu sales
mostly nt tl,'SSCiS7f bu. Pea lleans aro not so much
sought alter, a few sales go over $3.6!.
tggs There ha been a lair supply of Eggs, but a
largo portion I stale and fresh lots advanced to .llciO
3oa lj dot. i
l'otatocs aro a little Crnicr, with sales at Oc?oO l"
bu. Sweets are cosier, selling at $.1i9).'Jj f bbl.
Unions aro selling at $J..'HI.,Tj t bbt.
Apples There Is a better demand for cliolco Bald
wins, with wiles at $2.'i" V bbl. We quoto i Wosteru,
$2.a'at2 1 bbl Native, $l,O0i2)i2j 1 bbl.
lrvliloiiii.Thofo Is a firm Tooling for 1'ork with
a irood demand, and iirtccs are still tending unward for
noss, tho stock of which contlnuoTcry much reduced.
Tho sales have lieen at $ll.00iffj!2 fur prime; $16 Ibr
mess i and fiMffiein.Miror clear nml extra clear, ni to
quality fleef ranges from HOtltl'i for mess ami extra
: and $1iSI9.S0 for clear nnd extra clear, as to
u f II
tuessi and $Ioi31Clir family.- Lard bo been In lair
domand at '.ki.eiuj 1 lb for City and Western. Smoked
Ham are selling at UctTICo t lb, tho latter pneefor
choice Wctcrn. City drceeied Hogs havo ben svllingat
7tiM0 y id. iuimeau couunuo in lair ucmana at,
Thero Is a scarcity of fleece Wool, a strait lot 1 dial
cult to find at current rates, the purchases the post two
weeks having nearly cleared tho market of all avallablo'
lots of lino lleecos. Thero Is somo held under lira.
Its, but at prlcos considerably above tho vlovrs of buy
ers. The bulk of tho sales tlio post week havo been at
about nrovious lirlccs. but at the closo llcocos aro iron.
orally licld at an advunco of full 2o l lb on account of
uicir scarcity, strait iou or anc.iigan a, that Ibr somo
weeks Dast havo been scllln? at nnfftxic. cannot now
bo bought under D7c, and X ami No. 1 Ohio that havo
boon dfi&cult to tell recently at r,;cffWo, nro now llrm
at oua ana upwarus, wuu saics oi a numoer or round
lots at that figure. In pulled Wool and CallfornU Wool
tlio Improvement has not bean so marked, but purchas
es cannot now bo mailo except nt cxtremo prices, and
holders aro more lndiircrcnt about realising than fur a
,,,- lm TlLlniLMIInnlAr ll -n-.V... .... .1..
.Vila, fcUUV IIDWtlU,WVJU.VI ,11V lu-mv, Ull tlU
seaboard lias led to more Inquiry (or tho balanco of tho
clip now hold In tho Interior, but buyers havo been ra-,
titer surprise.! witiuu n wcck, at mo urmness with which
It Is held at all points. Tho most deslrablo lots of Ohio
Uecccs are not ollcred nndcr 60u, and In other plaocs tho
Iincos nsneu icavon no margin lor operators, otoexs in
ho bands of manufacturers aro small, and wo would
not bo surprized at a further decided Improvement lio-
loro muny weexs. rrices nave occn lorceu nown to a
very low iotnt, ami now mat tlio reaction has fairly
sot In tho advance may bo moro rapid than many an
AVatcrtovt'li nml llrtlitiiit.
WEDXKSnA v. October at.
Amount of live stock at market this week Cattle
177.', Sheep and Lambs 3,031 1 Swlnei7. Number from
Cattle IIW. feheep and Lamlis JI7I , Swlnu
Ilerf CuttlcA few choice flUmWIinJi extra
$9..V)iaiOO; first quality $7.tiiM.() i second quality
$C.(imec.73i third quality $I.Ofl.-,.oi).
More Cattle. Working Oxcrrnnil Steers, Ppilr,
from $75. $173. 4JU0iai73. '
.Milch Con . nml t'nlm fn iJOffl.W i extra $o
uua . i uiivh vun. ,ua'.
Yiarlliii;. $I0iS1Si two years old $la0i three
years om tssiw i.
Sn Inc. Northern dressed Hogs Gjc lb.
AVnol She i p Uftac 1 lb. hhearotl sheep rj7
P lb. Spring Iunlis iioiiOTle V lb.
Venl Cnfre $8ie.
lliiiea. cvc. lirlirnton nines lie a Ule nor m , coun
try hides a Po per lb. nrlghtou tnllow .'en Co per
lb . country tallow SeaTilc per lb. Iamb skins "Ma
ft cacu. snearca sxins ouc each.
N. II. Beef Cholco grado lncluJesnothiugbutstall
foil llirj to 1100 s bullocks, llxtra and fir.t nualltr
Includes tho best, large, fut oxen, Second and third
quauty mciuaes oxeu and two and three years ol
Lambs Extra Includes ooMcts, and whon thosoof In
lerior quality aro thrown out.
IIekauks. Ciiltlo The market fur cattle remains
very much the same as last week. A good, healthy
trado for fine stock. Working oxen In demand. In
many cases theso Oxen take tlio place of diseased Hors
es in mu uiij, iiauuiu; iroiinu to ami iroiu tno ueriot,
Ac. Young, slim cattle still ncll quiet enough i somo
In tho country. J. W. Taylor sold lu hoatl of young
cumu u , o jier io; u w, 10 uress irom MMi to wiu JDS
eaehi 4 throe year old steers to dross 1000 euchnt
9c tier ft, d w. W. II. Ilordwoll sold somo prime stock
to S. S. Learned i tho best pair weighed OOtulb ut
homo. II, Dow sold i threo years old steers, to dress
KJOO lbs each, at lllcpcr Ibj d w i 2 nxen at tw per lb, d
w, io uiih -Ail iu eueii, uuiuien dc iirocK sola 4 stagl
for $1M or 9c nor lb. A w small cattle at 7e tier lb. a w
Shoep and Lambs We find prices have not traprorod
iruin uui wtx-K, eten wuu 0911 iienii less in tno niarKCt-
Tho prlmo causo for tho weak fet-lln; Is attributed u
proper ways of convej anco to and from tho elty. The
horso dlscaso still nrovalls to au alarmin-r extend. At.
most every horse Is affected, thereby cutting olf one of
the mainspring of trado. rujl ono half the ordors for
rrcsu moats cannot no lined from tlio ract that It cannut
bo inovixl. II. Lawrcnco sold 1191 Ulicen and Lambs.
avcrago CO lbs, at per lb. V. Allen sold 47 bhoep
urn, iiiuiiF, uvurugo ii id, at io per id. iieo, vounte
sold Iii uuolw, avjrazo uC lbs, nt .l.&5 per head.
Hastings sold ono car load or French shocu at a llttl
over filo ncr lb. ' a
I'oultry Jluch of the supply has arrived dressed thl
wcok, l.ivo poultry wo selling tins morning at
ICio per lb, ncoordlnz to uualltv.
Onlv about luillfb:
mostly oung Turkeys. We quoto
I. Hmi l?l,l,-Vni,aYtai
a ICio per lb i good oven lots at 10c per lb i falrlih flocks
at 1610 per ju, poor at im per iu.
Veil? l'ovii Market
Tvn luv, OcU.f
VhSur dull Hnd ilecllnthjf. with sales of O.ljoO barrel ,
State nt $V907.M V bbli round hoop Ohio $7-OT.)
tj'iiuii wesiorn nt t.HWJ:43t anu soutnern at 97..0
iiS12.Hi. Whoat Is dull 1 no salos reported 1 Chicago
spring at $l,47fcl.90 V but amber Mlehlgnn nt $1.1-8
epl.Ui white Michigan at tl.ro.oil 1 and winter rod
Western $I.&79I.M. Corn is dull, with ml of CI.11U
bushclst steamer mlx-d Western ntcijo 1 bushel, and
sail do at tie. OaU aro quiet, with rales of ld,nuu bu
at ICciaiS! V liu for now Ohio, and ItilfcUl for eld
Western, llccf dull 1 tales of plain mess nt $3.U0W.UI
and extra mesa at $.O0Tli.ii V bbl. l'ork Is flrini
salts of l ifi iMi 1 new men at $l3.s15.9d V bbl, nrfil
primoat$ll.lifll.n'i, Lard Is steady t r-.iles of IAI
tierces nt HloiJry) is- lb for sterna refined, and 9o for ket
tle rendered, llutter I quiet at 2 Ic V b for Stato.
k. v. Avonr, siAiticivr.
The demand ibr all grades of domestic ha boenfiuite
active, but principally lor California und Texas.
prs now cxiiroM oonlidenoo that jirleo will advance-,
uul principally lor uuu.oruia uni) 'iexas. lioai.
r cxiiroM oonliileneo that jirleo will adi
lenity they prefer holding thelritock tos
t current nriees. Tho stock of floere Is uni
tin-in ut current n
Ihelrdock to selling
Tho stolk of fleece Is unusua
ly light, .bore net bclni
ni'n rjuarUr mlllb'n'piiunds
i very iiuk-t. tho inaiket be
In nils market.
CATTI.K JIAIIKlyP. '
Mox.UT, October 'IS.
Ilceves are unobanged (alus at 13ollloVlb for
common and choice stock, most of tho sale being nt
luil0 avoruno i-rlc llci reoelpl of the week 'JD
lieuil, Sbeei ami limti aie dull and jc(tfio V Ih - low
er i salos at loiUOlo tl lb for common to choice sheen.
nnd 010)710 for lambs , receipts tfi.GUO head, Hogs aro
dull and to v " mwer, wim sale nt 1icrwg0 ? in liyo
weight, and ClcTo drcMud , rcoelpt 4S,(n,
T . '
From our fyccml lUjiortcr.
Our market wa very ijuKt to-lay but price wcr
fully suitalneil. Not na much cheeso olTero.) a last
wook. and buyor not ns anxiou to secure largo low,
USil boxea cheeso of W lbs each wcrp sold owl shipped
aUo.awtubsofbuttcror ,ni Uw each i I car loml of fat
hoirii 1 car load or beer came, aim i ear loan or pota-
n r...B l.nrrnl. t.T n llllllul.
Duttor-Klno Oct. gilt edged nnd golden clotpoil, Us,
nnn iit, ,.iN.iii,n :n.itffi'UL.. fine full Jnoilv.hie, irooil.
largo dalrlo'iWW, oimimoi. 'Jio4W8ii, poor und olf
Choose-r.uo roiiory iaxe; uio, juuiu iivmii wi
rami dalrV lino selections, I3el to do sago I JjeSCI
do guod plain l'iioii:kj, do oo.au.on 103l.
hoof Cull lo fl.am9fiai llewt, live nelghl, a
..itnlllv. U.UM Sl.lkUBI.Vlll l owl. Uvo wolllllt.
n.. UfCWItll UUHI.II Itfjwwiw,
I'otaloe :Ml.ti bushel. ( lino winter, apple
12.011 V bbl
IVom our fytWdi Header.
J. tMll'AI, IIVWI-CI
Tno Duller markit was loss anlmateil to-day than
lottweek. Allhougii mere wo no jeenno in prieo.
laiyersiooK iuii.1 or it rauier eautiuuiiy, sun mv.
imld iroil round nrbM fr the vurv lMMtriUality. J
few dairies were sold at J7wieAi, whllohy far tho groat
tr proiioitloii sold from :ieiV:i f lb,
Ohevse remain about tho samo as last week, IHl!o
There woro shipped from here to-day tub but
ler, ani jvv uxi cucese.
Calcitonin County .Veim.
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ST. -.tOIINftllUHY MA11KKT.
Corrcvlcil Weekly for the Vr.ltMONT Taiimkh.
limnsnAV, Oct. 31.
Apple. Native 5ifM3 per bbl. Western
1X60. Dried Apple loffilto per lti
lit ain.-.'Jlariow and Tea, tIMWl perbu. ,
niiltrr..Setectct and choice 28ciB30o per lb. t'om
mon aicsTloa per lb. , ,
Cheese. Farm dalrk-s IOol3a per lb, Fjactof y lllj
imiic per li'
l'lniir..-No. I Sprlns Wheat 5.2!l.tofM.I.
Ainiier tvinier iio.'Airi(Ui. ivniie
ll.ni. While Winter 11OJ80
Kt. l-oun i-astry II2.W.
per Ins. Shorts and Middling I33WI0 per ton. Oats
onctTCjo per bushel. .j,.
l'roil.icf.-.Ilecr, sldl( ldol liraYlrtcfe
IVo er lb.' XutUin lOcirJISo per lb. Chickens, In lots,
IScOICo per lb. Turkeys IGoittieo per lb., Potatoea COi
i36o perbu. Onions $1.71 per bu. Egg 2830) frtM.
Hull. Turks Island too per bo, Ashton Dairy $1.00
nor lu. lllnilos Dairy. $3,?0 per ba, Wvetpool coarse
lint $i.i1 per bushel,
. "r-'tf. -V tswygft in
llowis, jout howu?!i ia jtho lutallon'
most !u vosuo.
I'orkcra nro payiugllieir Bumruer board
bills, and goiug Info winter quarters.
Very liaVd Croats ou Sunday and Mondny
, , r '.Hff.iWO J-'U
metiis. v inter sat mo uoor, out tno uajrs
nro clorious soiuo of therm?
'J'lio now' Universal 1st church is nearly fin
hod externally, and has received lis first
coat of paint. It is very tastefully designed)-
architecturally, and tho workmanship icat and
Tlio Democratic Convention at White.
Hirer Junction nominated J. W. l'icrcc, of
Springfield, lor Congress. ,J. W Weeks, ofj
jyndon, u tho chairman of tho District
ThcfjvilliiM a Thahicsgiylollallratltho
Union House, St. Johnsbury Center. Mr.
Lyford, tho landlord, will do his best to inako
it a pleasant occasion, and nothing is risked
in prophesying 'that ho will succeed. Hill
Notice tho advcrliscmcut'of Messrs. K. it
Fairbanks' largo inroico ol'clioico Miclii-
gun apples. Wo aro assured that these aro
by fur tho finest lot of apples ercr brought
into St. Johnsbury, and cmbraco all tho
principal and most desirable fall and winter
Epizootic" means "upon nuimals j" "cp
idemio'' means "upon people." An cpizoot
ic disease,' then, is a disease among animals,
corresponding in noma, respects, and especial
ly its mode of propagation, to an epidemic
iscaso among men. , It is incorrect to Uso
tlio phraso "horse epidemic."
llobt. II. Johnson living ou Caledonia
Strict, last week bought a barrel 4of. apples
of Mr, Wm. Drew wio, whilst delivering tho
apples at Mr. Johnson's house, lost his pock
ct book containing some fifty dollars. Short
ly after, tho book was .'ound by 51 r. Johnsou
and promptly returned to tliq owner, much
to Iho lattcr's satisfaction.
Mu. KuiTOit. Is oil cheaper for street
lights than daylight? If not, I would liko
information as to. thcnecaniity ol keeping
several of our' strect lampS'burning until
o clock in tho" morning, as is frequently
dono.,t r. W.
Mrs. S. II. Flanders, of linrlmi, is canvas
; Caledonia and Orleuns Counties, tho
town of Ilradford in Orango County, and part
of Canada, for-tno Iioiitou magarino, "Amer
ican Homes," with which a fine chromo is
given, .ilrs. Maimers lias experience as
canyaascr, a rejiablo' jladj,- andde? eryes
encouragement. Tlio macatino for winch
sho is taking names is n very popular one
The republicanxomuiitlce of New Ilamp-
shiro have invited Judge Hteele to assist in
the canvass of that stale; anil I ,.' is speaking
oycry day this week. Ho has proven to bo
one of the, most (.ftkictit -ind ponerful speak
crs in behalf of Grant it Wilson. Wo aro
glad to" sco'th'at ho' devotes 00 time to mourn
iug over hlsjj repulse, in the, convention, bul
goes at onca to work in a state where work
is useful.- " 1 '
Tho exhibitions iu St. John. mrr, ,Ust
Thursday and Friday evening', of 'Mr. Bu
ell's lino screen-picture?, i ru a treat to ov
cry otfqTwjjoj'- attended .hem. I,. In tho two
cyenings somo fivo hundred pictures were
shown, by the aid of a powerful calcium
light, upon a screen about fifteen feet square.
Theso pictures aro bo perfect iu themselves,
and 86".bighly1 illuminated,' tbat,'theyrgivol
perhaps, tho most perfect idea of their orig
inals that can bo obtained, short of actually
seeing t hi m. Tho attendants on the cxhibi.
tion (ravelled1 rapidly, by the' aid, of -Mr.
llucll's apparatus, from St. Johnsbury to
Montpclicr, thenco to Stowe, Manchester,
Western Massachusetts, the great plains,
(via. Pacific It. K.,) California, (visiting tho
big trees and Yo.scinitc,) and to Florida
Thence theyjire' tuken (Ueross 'tlio Atlantio,
visiting tho chief J',uropcan cities, the Swiss
mountains and Italian lakes. In a second
part, magnified piclu'resVero-' given of Cuo
shells and corals, statuary, Sio. Ac. This was
tho programuio of the first evening, and the
second was equally good. Nothing could bo
moro interesting or instructive than, Mr. liu
oil's exhibition, nnd wo heartily recommend
it to the publie everywhere. ' Whilo it ii
entirely worthy tho uotico qf tlio piost ii
tclligcut and, cultivated, it is especially uso
ful and attractlvo to young people, and no
treat to a. school. would.be inore appreciated
than admlssioif tb Mr. Uuell'5 s"Art! knter.
i i. . . t
'Backed up.V ullH
To the Editor of the Vcrbwnl lirwcr ,
In tho lust issue of tho Caledonian nppenn
un nvticlo which tho editor says was t-ofnsod
piililiciition lu the ! aumeh, slgncii ny .inn
voters of school district No, S3, taking ox
i'1'ptions taiiiuvtlclu 1 wrote with roforcncu
ti tho DiiiiTjllp'aucusi iltiwiwuiyobject lu
Willing that nrtlcla to statu the fact Hint
money wu used by polnnil'g ngciits.rpwtui
iiyercil MI over town, somotlinn rojcctcij
Dill geuornny nceopteii, i sum, "ill in
Vojis)0i iiclghbQrhood, nt Mot'su's Mills, nt
Jfortii Danvlllo vlllago," &c, Money vn
brought lo ler,i' without staling whether it
ncccnlud or refused. My iiectuatlun
wns'ligairfst l'dlaluVs ngontj, nnd not ngalnst
tno votcin of Panvlllo, The writer of tlio
adidonian rtvtlnle peierts "Wesson iiclgli
liorhood" Into "district No. 22," which is
uUltcfntUllordntthlnff. Thu .ncai-ot polgh-
utm ttl.iv lu.lj.m I., Iliriit.finl. thf'llfif il lltlil'tH. I
I'clur Wiwoii miVK, "I'rcctoii wits nt my
lousi) it fuw tlnys liuToru tlio umiciis, mid iwk-
eilinollow I. Wilson tlio I'oliilnl mid Sli-clu
iiu.'stlun. 1 told Mill 1 Imd not tlioiiKlit
much uIhiiiI It. Mil Wiiiilinl to know if I
would not ciiini' out mid volo for l'oliuid did-
uKlox. I did not glvii it vi ry dollnllii irily.
Ho iioko uIkiiiI my m-cIiiic t'crtiiln men, mid
M Al'UWiPiktlon : "Will yon liikn liolditnd
heW'' sun I in
milled, "tlinru It KOiuo moiiiiy
" DAvld lliUiiii'iVlinllM llmt rnsUin emtio to
his Ikihui' anil Ufl some money, nml witiitod
hint and IiIm son to como lip itnd voto lor I'd-
itlld iluli'itiiteii mid told lit lit that ho cutihl
. iii . o i.ii ii. i ..i 1. 1,
put up his hurMi nt bnil h. mid It should . t
(tdsVliIni itliythliig for liny ulid gruln. Hut
hu said tho barn a all full lifforn ho got
David llaoon's farm udjolns l'elcr Vfv-
mul rotor Wesson's iuIJoIUm itlosus
AVuiwiin'si. .nml I tl.h.k tlmv mo In tho tamo
f8?T' :S'r 1 ' ' .'. i . hand Tor tho iiurpose itnivciuoil tno mrcsi ui imiy nun laying llio poataco, nnd a ncccs-itofgUorhooil-certiilnly
near onm.gh to 1iamruill, ,, ,,,'uho ,,,eviy had boon f!ir; c.rrcetion, will to made. If not. then
u?po i.iyemuMuuni iiiio,tn:vi -monuy w.vs
orotic to ocnr-in tinti pari oi mo town.
,llut tho writer of tho article In question
lias no husluess to complain, for, its ho him-
IMffenJs, ho Is '"if tlomocruU ilyeil til I
sing. Ono would ns soon expect
llnd Juwi-N iii pig slyo m nnythtng republican
In John IiFryo. J. S Dun A NT.
Wm. J. Cook of Mackvillc, has bold his
residence to. Joseph Foss for 8000,
0. K. McCrillis, engaged In Fawiug wooJ
for tho railroad Company, sawed three fin
gers of 'one hand cpuite severely a few days
l,i,. M.-n ol Mnnkvillit. Iina titlrrhnHPil
J 1 I
thu ianu of Wm.
D, IIuso near E. Hard-
wick, for 85.000.
His Farm consists of BO
Tho Cuiittdit llorso disC.asa, so i called, has
mado its apnearanco hero, Most of tho horses
iu, this village aro afilictcd with it in. somo
degree. No very scrcro cases ard ytt re
On accodiit of tho horse distemper, th6
Monlpclicr stngo did tot learo thatplacol'
.' kj i -'
last baturday. llicro aro no won norscs to
I r,,ii,i,l in llmt n1nrn miinni' tlm iironriotors
f .. 1 !!,. lalilne. I
Victoria LiOOge 0. 1U1, I. u. OIO.i.
held ' their quarterly election on Tuesday'
i . , -,i n.t..r:., .,.,w. w
eTcuini: last with tho following results. W.
C. T 'A. i. Huntloy ; W. V, T Mwn
IlattioW. llridgnmit; W. S S. A. Uoss,
.W. T., Herbert Ward; W. F. S., Miss
Celia Huntley W. M., A. ' K. Wakefield ;
W. I. 0 Mrs. S.S. Still
, , , ..
V0 liavo to cpronicioonotncr sau casualty
upou tl.u C. iV l It. t., resulting in tho
le-itli nf nn iHtininli!i. citizen. Ait tl.u cattle
train going south was passing under a farm
bridge iu thu vicinity ot lhetlord, Mr. Dan
iel Goodrich, a cuttle drover, who was sitting
upon one of tho ears was struck upon tho
head, and lustuutly killed. His head was
criislii"! by llio UIO'.V. it is siaieu mat
Mr. Uooiineh saw his danger, but was
unable to avoid it, omng to tho lowncss of
tho bridge. Tnesc bridge uccidents arv get-
tiiiL' to bo feurluliv 1r1.111i1.ut, and it would
, , . . , it, , I
teem as though tome provision should bo Ue-
vistJ. under tho authority of tho leelslature,
by which they, as well as tho equally cow
. ...i ......I ........l : I!
muu suu laiui tusuanuii vwui,.,uu w,,,, ....v
, to 'liny. .
should bo reuuerea impossimc. ii is omy a
question of ingenuity and money to make
them bo. Mr. Ooodnch was ti valuablo citi-
zeii and a l'oo.I man, and his loss will bo
deeply und widely felt, ilia age wus ufty.
seven years. His remains were taken to his
homo iu Ilardwick, where his funeral took
place ou Wednesday.
I'ctcr Uibsou, of llycgatc, hail an applo
trco growing ou (Jerry hill, iu tho east part
of Urotou, which produced this year forty-
cu mis year luny
They aro mainly of
' , , ' .
nntcr and pio apple.
. " .
four bushels of apples
lame size, and a trood winter
Tho trunk of tho tree is seven feet nod elcht
. i r . i . .. . :, t,.
ll.CI.C3 ill Cireuillicri-uw. .J.
ten bushels, and in 1870, thirty bushels.
i.-.i... .. ... . i.. i;i.i :., .i,,
.ippies uru uu uaiicuivij iiui. .iij, u mi.
loealitv. somo orchards which usually vield
irom uity iu twu uuu ji in uiuuuie, una jcai
having ; from . fivo to twcnty-Bvo bushels.
This is claimed to be tho champion apple
trco of. Yeriiiont.
J, S. Drew recently lost u fluo .yearling
colt by, its breaking intd an old well.
The Klehtli Vermont regiment' nro iibo'nt
to plnco n portrait of (ionernl Stephen Thom
as in 1110 MllUO IIOIISO.
Tlio Vermont rimriiuicoiiticiil Assoelalhiit
hold its third annual meeting nt the Statu
Home. Moiitnollcr. Uct. S3d nml '.Mtli.
Thorn U now ubill before the lcgUlatdro to
giVo to foiimlo taxpayers over twonty-ono
years of ago tho right to voto In school ills-
trict meetings. It has been referred to rt
tlict meetings. It has been referred to n
Tho Meeting of thu Vermont Editors' nnd
Publishers Association, nt Montnollur. voted
to mljpuru until thu summer meeting Vhieh
IS io oo ueiu at iiiu iiiigiuu.
I'lifl first hill introduced to tho House, nt
Mntitnclicr. this session, wjvs for tho abolition
iifenpltnl ptmlslimont. It eamo near being
siiiollirri'd In tho birtli by it romsnl of n sro
iinil reading; but It was dually saved, on tho
grounil oi courtesy.
A lie-Union of tho Vurniont cavalry i ngi.
iiunit is In bo orLMlilzed nt Montnellcr. Wad-
lies.lay, Nov, 0. All returned cavalrymen
wlm inti'iitl to ha nrosent nro invited to nil-
dress (Jen. Win. Wells, lliirllngton, Vt., by
I'l.A V ,.l,l fM,..,lfl,. rtrw-Ulv l.olil
Da iiiiuimI iiinrdlnir nt Alnntniuler. Oct. 17.
.11, .., VVI"-............ v.
(iiectlng Diiniol Hahlwln irosidoht. Tho ud-
dress was L-ivcii by Uuv. Dr. rotter of Now
(iovernoi' OonvoKe endorses the l'resl
hull's Tluinksi.'ivluir Proclamation bv his
own,.ppoIntIngNov. Sri, as lliu Vermont day
of tlianksitiviuir nml nrayor. Let it bo ob
served by young ami ol.l.by man nnd bruto
inn in iiiil' t no inrKOYs;
I... .u.X vr...
n, " rcWToS fflltanX" T.!o
noniiilenco of tho i.ul.llB Iii tho niiinaixomoiit
(tftho nt'l llM hardly been slmkon by tho
llaimiglllg lei'inis, iviin.ii iiuni Minimi ti, uu
limouni.i'.., yub'tuu rvmt is numuu ui h""'
lllcntlou to those Inturestod In Vermont en
Tho day oxpross train for lloiton over tho
Vermont Central ran litto tho end or a freight
itiiln .'In motion lu thu same direction. Tues
day ailuriioon, near Mont poller Junction.
Thn saloon car of tho freight tmln which wits
in tho rear, was considerably sniasl.od, nnd
two or three of tlio train liand., who were at
dinner In it, wero somewhat bruised and
scratched; but no oup was sorlnusly Injured,
Tho ougino of tho oxpross train wn dlwililnd
l)y thue9lWorit ' "
Ust week Ihero jvoro shipped 1",007 Hit.
of butter from Vorgerines tlepotfand 15,303
front New Haven,
Tho farmers In this vicinity report that
the potato ci'op 1 almost it total failure, ut
least so far us furnishing a supply for mark
et is concerned. Wo know of two men who
dug In their Holds for two days nnd the result
of tlio lrtboi; was four bunhoU of totind pota-
lllfM. MllllV III I lilt III
Many of tho liehli plittilcil hut miring
it 10 ill tin nil. Ainnv ucrrs ui miy
riiinatii iinr-iit 1111 m-i-oliiil of Iho hoitvv lillllS.
It Is sulci thiiro nro Imiidreils of acres uf
Kntss still stnniting between Mhldlebury nml
'i'hii iinntiiil ineollns of tho Woylirlilgn
Piirninra' Cllili wn.l hohltm Wtilntisilny liven
lni(, Itllh Insl, Tho followhiK olllours wero
eleeli'il fut' tint iniiliiif jonri Den. Siuniiol
.lumps. I'mslilunl:.!. V. Cotlnti. Vlce-IVoHl-
ilenti H H. IlitKnr, Seeielitry timriVonstiror.
Their first iiiim-iIiil' wiis hold on Moiuhty
uvenllig Oct. mu.
A rookless rlbti'Aclor lutnird Jeromo Cov
ey, nr Mnnilfiitli', winio imniK Kii'Kru 111.1
inothor - in - liiw, msi wtuk I'riuiiy.wiiiiiiiui
,,rtnJ),,I, ',, r tho Injuries nshSvlthiio. til
n,i .fi,,..,i.,,, miiriiliirr. nL 1ml f Hint
tWidvrthn Kssox Wiioloii MITUitt West Con
otnl WW tlisonveveu in no on uir, in in i
root, itnd Iho want oi miy .M.ii ieni mi-mis hi.
destroyed , together wll n tl.t ioi.i hunury mu
m.tuKsmu.i fiioP ".
9' . . 8 ' ,ii 1,-1,, Li ,t nVWW. nml
r,,,,,i1,'.1,iJ,,nit,f - I1t. aervlco In nrevontlna Iho
rttrtliur spread of tho names. Tim loss t
iiiinRitiirv. mi i u.nni. a hu ii.ii, , ,o i
' . . i i
lilOKlly owneu in tiolieoni, nut was run iiy n
Ilutltir sells ut Fmrlitx for 30 to 33 cents.
Kiiiilrrt'1 himta tin! nil thn mvo lust I1IIW.
nnil ovcry rusty nroiocK is ouing iiniusiit in
A wnll til tin fiirin,.!'. Ilvhiir nut 11 thntlsiillil
miles Iruin tho Frmikllii County fnlr gi'ininil,
lml.4 Hint In, nml Ills vll"K llllll UU SHU llllll
his wlfo. nil iihtn nml itiimissiou Ui tho Inir
nn 11 dliiirln iiii-iiilii'i's ticket which hv its
cmulitlons should lulmlt only tho member
lind Ids Wife. Uo llllll llll Wlfu llttllltleil III
t..lu.n, l,n III., 11 r.suml ftllt llllll litis Kritl
Ills wire nsctl tno siimotiCKet, wnci
mlv enrr 01 it out nnil t ie olil eoiui
nml lliiii, went In. Tills is unite too
fur llin anelelv. nml tliev Imvo collclllilcil ((lis
sue no member's tickets lu future its tho only
mciins oi countervailing tho cunning Irniul
Work nt irnullnir tho depot kiohikIs at John
son lias comincnco.i.
Tin, Ktniin work for lliu nasseluiur nml
freight iicpots nt uyao ruric is nearly com
Tho cltleiis of Morr svillo nnd
,.... Iirm.rii.,., ..liiislness Men's Chili.1
with llitv momhors. whoso obiect is to in.
JlrOVO 11. 0 DUSI..CSS II11CIUMH UI III" 111111:11.
Hint's tho way to no It
A lltt!nsmnnr.Tnroil Siimitillliir.
t.on nged nbotit six yours foil from it tn
whllo shaking npplos last week, hreiiklng i
,iijih ,if U, ii.
-llslocnling tho elbow joint.
"Up In tho applo trees,
Hcedloss of danger,
Manhood In embryo
Stares at tho stranger,"
nnd gels ti "hoist" occasionally.
Kzoklal Ilttlhml of No. I Into Park roconl-
ly cmigiit n trout in Kiiterijii4n ponu, i-.uen,
weighing four ihjiiiuIs nml Dino ounees-
ur Mjiiuii3 1111.1 ninu o
- - -
Tho iiltack on Alouzo C. Uceil,
1110 luiacK 011 .uoiizo u. itceii, 01 wji
ltitmlolnli. still rental
onmliiJ.i mystery, but the
Wiy, of Hnnover. N. II.
nml en uso ol Hee.rs Iiuury,
iistiinee.s, eonilrm tho Id...;
opinion of Dixi Crosl
hs to tho nature nnil .
and other eirctimshtucc
that nn itlletiipt Io kill him was iimilo
The early closing movement it lu force
iiinong tlio liarlon merchants, (ioml tiling.
Tho ltnllroad oilers fifty dollars rowaml for
the iii'ieeuon oi tno rascal wno put it stouo
on tho truck in llurlim hiluly.
i.mi .r,.M..ni l .. i.i i.. i...
"11 119.11.1, ui tii.itaifiu l , I'luiiu ilia ivji i,v-
ww ,(, j.eo 0cti 10i jfu jujlll: Wi!
,v. TMcDnnlcl' uirtlini In (!nifiMl,iirv
cows sold nt from 910 lo 910: hay from s?5 to I
S'l'-pcrton: stntw hlcher In proportion than
,i. t, bimpson. or Mist unittHiitiry. Inn
i0, bins.. Seminary.
Tho lUrton Monitor U lncicnslnir very rnp-
Idlv in its circulation. It ilcsorvrs It. helii"
tne iiest paper in tuu euiiuty, inueeii ine on
ly ono with uny ri"i in II,
ri... ....... ii,. ..r,..... ii... i, ;,-..,,.,,- ,,rl
Orleans county from Iiwbiirgh' to Newport,
IS prouauiy to uo one ui tun iuom u.ciuiig aim Fau.-iiieiioii nt uiu euiargcmcni anu un
miestions beloro tho legislature. provement ol tho Faiimeii, and offers of help
Mr. A. WHMu sawed his luinil ut Austin,
Toslvn ft riirkur's mill, Hitrton I.'tmlini;, nn
tho liorso-illseuso I nil over tliu county,
lmt few fatal ciu.es nro reported as et. It is
nlmost ImiHissihlo to get nuy teaming done,
,uid tho mail Is carried wost Irani Newport
I.. I .1
Tho liorso-illseuso is nil over thu county,
with ono homo, or rather pony.
I l no ownort cornet llami navo :i concert
l.Vl.l I.,V. l'l...l. ..I....
ttls VU lllllji Wll llllllj UIVIIIIIUI llUt l'lJ"
ng u highly commended by tho-0 who liunrd
. Tho Umftsbury Mill Company is gotting in
nirgo quaniiiics oi lumucr nnn preparing to
nun nig uusiness tins winter
Tho niaehluery for thu now steam mill nt
.rcensooru w mu arrivins, , iin.i tlio propne-
tors oxpect to havo It running beforu Jan. 1.
Tlio main bulhllnir Is lOOxW. with an , ISx-
oo. iney navo put iu n loo norso-power on
gino, and Intenif to .put in machinery for tho
inautifaetiira of all kinds of lumber.
ItL'TI.A.M) COUNT V.
Thero nro two Keno bI.oiis in full blast In
Tho now "Market-dav" nt llrnndoii was
very successfully iuaiiguriitc.t ou Sat.inlav
Uet. lUlh. nnil. notwltlisUiiKlliig Uttt few
knew of lliu project, tloiihlu tho nmoui.t of I
ii.rin protmeo wits oueruii lor saiu tuai wns
expected, and everything wns sold for e.-iili
nt good prlcos. Two hi lire lloston denlors
I imvfi iii-nitiinii ifi aiitiifi
havo promised to send buyers to this market
uvury .Saturday, If tl
iu amount oi pi ounce
hrought in will Jiistiry It, nnd there i every
prospect that tho "lirntiiton Market" will
soon bo entitled to ho renorte.l ninoiiL- thu
soon bo untitled to bo reported among thu
leaning iiiarKets ui tno stutu.
Messrs. J, Kstsoy & Co., mamifactururs
oottago oruiins in iJrattluboro. aro now milk-
iug, on au average,' uuu Instrument uvury
twonty-livu minutes .lining tlio working nay
ol tuu Hours.
WI.VDSOH COU.VT V.
Tvnhoid fuvur. of ii malignant tvnu. isux-
tensivuly raging iu Chester, und iniinv iter-
sons ill the priuiu of llfu ai-u ilnngeruiisly ill
wuu me lerriuiu iiiseaso,
Thu Woodstock Htnmlird says: Apples und
eliler nro gelling tuo upper nami nnoui nurp.
Small children stay uway from school mid
I ,,, (,,.,,,(, lid IIIWII.
Tho only Greeley King in Woodstock was
put up by n small boy, who took thu
widest imrt of hU fat her's shirt, lied it tun
mno sli'ctcliing from one tree to iiuothur in
thu front ynnl, und uut letters from u news
uaner and misted "(ireeluv & Drown." ou tho
lower edgo. That boy will iiiuku it limn, if
v.. w., iov.l.1,
. -oyuslnus.,.dnlotof.W ncies
'0O "J"01" ,or wu-
J. M. Whltnoy has sold uight ncros uf hind
ijj rtuuiSOll Klllll IUf yIUO,
M. M. Whitlioy has sold Ids farm of slxtv
acres to Allien Hopkins, 1'ric", not Including
Addison linker has purchased it lot of ill
acres formerly n portion of Wm. linker's
farm, ol Mr, Alouzo Jhiltun of Wuldeii.
IIou Orra Crosby died at his residence iu
Cabot, Tuesday evening, Uct. i.M ut tlio ago
of 79 years. . Jiplgo Crosby wits a limn well
nml liivomuiy Known Hi tills tintlro wc-ction
A. li. Arms, of Kiist Montnolior. has do
inonstrntod breeding Cotswold sheep to bo
prolltublo buiiuoss. Ho began two years ago
with 10 bend, nnd an Invi-ntiiioiit nf fl'J.M).
He has nlroady sold 700 worth, nnd w
(J. II. llolilun, of Middlesex, ipa.lo ?PPQ
pounds of butter from eighteen uqwu during
llio season run closing, iiesiiing tuo iiiiik nnil
butter used In tt fnmllv of A'oui six to ton tier-
sons, ItnvenigCd him n llltlo oyer C8i cents
I'lulililiift with Pliintlii(s, Ave.
Wd cluti with all tho noimlai' magazines
nhd papers on tho same MnnS with others,
but do not (111 up our spaco with a etahdinir
list of lliciu. If vou want anv of them. fcnd
us mo nnmo or names 01 thoso you want,
Willi your subscription for tho FAiMtr.it, (en
closing tno casn,) aim it will bo sent, no-
ineinher, that we mmh! theso publications at
tno cost prieo 10 us, to accoinntodato bur
subscribers. The iiiopov is sent-to tho.pub.
lishers nf thn publications' ordered, and after
tho receipt uf tlio first number, which shows
Hull they l.nva got your namo and address
correctly ,,nd havo received their pay, Vou
must look to Ihi'in to correct anv errors or
deficicnciei', As a rulo thero will bo no
triiuhlc, but occasional errors will occur, and
you must not go off half-cocked, get mad,
nor 111111K you nro cneafcii. but write a oivil
vti", , , ., ' ',7 ..
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wriu to am, W() wl1 eco ,t f
llt. us wo havo p.-i..!. iho.it rrrnr.
(.oininon. and vm, Vl n ndn
on iuttmn what, vnn nnlnr. rnm,U,U .ml
1 his offer is oneu to all our subsoribars.
i ,!, m. ii,.... .,i.anM:i... r il v.'
. .. . ....
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ly, or in clubs,
Cnrreipniiiteiils nml Agent
I nro wuntcd for tho VkiiMont Faiimkii in ov
ciy town in the Stato. Wo shall bo clad to
hoar from indiviilnnb who desiro to.hclD un
,. ., . I .. , 1 1
11 imsway, anu can niako it mucii to 11.0
interest Ol COinnctCnt persons to act for US' in
tins capacity, AtliJress, with reference, "l'ub
lishers Vt. FAnMKii, at. Johnsbury, Vt."
The llest Plnce Io Aitverltse your l-'nrmi
is in tho columns of the Vkhsiont FAnsiEn.
tird wo wish especially to call tho attention
ol .-iiir readers to the value ot tho nilvanla-
ties wu nfler tlinm in rrnirlitins ihn w,.rw nlno
ges we ouir ii.om in reaching tno very class
uii.oiiK ivi.um met' musi lOOK lor a purcnascr.n
tor ncivspapers in Vermont cau nml uo
litter paper to offer tho public than the Veii
most F.utMr.n. It has nlroady a larcoponu
lai lly in every part of the state, and all who
have tried it agree that it is tho easiest of
work to take names lor the Faiimeii. Lib
cr.il terms will bo mado with canvassers
Now is tho time to begin
... , .... .
loung men and
ladies, as well, as feeble persons and thoso
out of employment, will find no mora profit
able way of employing a part or tho wholo
of their time than in soliciting subscriptions
lor tlio I'AitMKii. Address "Publishers Vt
1 AitMF.it, St. Johnsbury, Vt."
A Vnlmililo Siieclnl Premium
Wo offer as a special premium to encour
age those who aro engaged in getting up
clubs for tho Faiimkii, a copy of a valuablo
new work entitled "Tub Oiikat Inhi'stiuks
ov thu I'NITM. Sr.tTia." Thlj is a lartro
lmok of 1!W0 paccH and 500 engravings, and
iH n e01I1ncto hisfory of all branches of in-
, . 1 r . , . ,,
dttry. procoM ol manufacture, Ac., in all
ages; written Iiy competent men, as Will bo
Ftcn by referenco to un advertisement in an-
other colunin. This book, tho scllinc nrico
of which is 83.1)0. will bo aicen to anv ono
who will semt us a club ot Dm: iNew Bun-
upitlnl-tim nnil tuv imi.i.in . ihon must nil
l.n ,,., niilHr-rilinra Wn will nl !v n
......... .,w .bV
copy ot the book to any ono who will send
us x club ol limiTV buihcuini:iis and Foil.
tv-kivk ioi.taus. This latter club need not
not all bo new subscribers, but a part at
least one-third, should bo so. Tho bojlc
far tho club will be in addition to a com ot
l ,i n i t . ,, ,
I the I'ARMiiit, v'luiK, which wo mvo to all who
t up n club rtcil or moro No (roo
& with a club of Cve",
hut the book only, win
hen tho full subscription
prico of two dollars for each subscriber is
A (lorn! Wiiy lo Slnil.
I'roiu iii.iny irieuus in an parts oi tne
l. r' i.. ;.. -,i -i. ,1 .
bta, wc ar0 receiving expressions of plcasu.ro
in ucttint: up clubs for tho ucxt year. Wo
hilwmI to nil such, nnil to others who will
loin in the work, to net their friends who do
not feel liko subscribing for a year to begin
to try tlio I'.MiMKii until January 1,
ich they can now do for Twentv-kivf.
I W.rn.m.. ,. TWIK. ln.rrll fr.
ni'y n oenu per imo,
In Lowell. Oh. ill. hv Iter. 11. N. Ilovev. Mr. Her.
licit 0. Lainnhero und JIUs Addle M. Dalley. both of I
In (Ireensboni. OcL . by Ilev. A. W. Wild. Mr. Mar
tin Abbott, of .Hover, and Miss Caroline trance UIU,
in irasburgn, uct. '.'u, uy llov, a. a. biuuii, ix. u.
M. li, names and jnaa Nellie ur
ray, formerly of Coven-
t ry, lioth now of Iiwell, tlass.
At Barton Landing, Oct. 21, by Rev. II. W. Culver,
Mr. James W. Wyman, of niowufngtou, and MlssKlla
II. Day, of Coventry
v, oi iovcniry.
rownliigtoi.,Oct.J, by Uov. K. W. Culver, Mr,
Ira L, Day, of llarton Landing, aud Mia ElecU A.
Auitln, of Itrowulnzton
At Kast IiurW. Oct.3,
bv rtev. II. r. Cushlnz. Mr.
Ellas Ali'rlch and Mrs. Lucy I,
eiuuiton. an oi nurse.
In St. Johnsbury, Oct. W, Mrs. Detsey Hale, agod 78
."; . i ,..,n
in uiorv-r, not, I , .I1UIU Vlll.,iUlU, V. 1 lllgjn IVM,4
Aiwt 14 venrs.
Mo (Unvor. Oct. IS. Sldnov Franklin, ounzcst child
of Ilev, Sidney k. 11. and Mura L. Perkins, agel S yrs.
in.Now.iort.Oct.i.f, Mrs, lieUoy Kllhy, widow of the
Iter. K.H. Kilby. ...... ,, ,.,
. In .Newport, Oct.ai, Mrs. Hall.thcmotherof rtov.rt.
A 1'oi.rin.or Iluiixi:, Thewldc-spreait Influcnco of
American skill and enterprise ha outstripped tho com
prehension of tho Americans themselves, Tlio fitbrle
wrap tho loin of Africa, and tho tawny skins of South
American pampas. Dut wider still oro spread tho pro-
ducUofourskllllninedlclnts. A lap) visit to Dr. J,
C. Avor & Cu.' laboratory and office In Lowell, tliowetl
us that the whole utfure of Iho habitable globe pay
its trlbuto there i thero tliey cater to and icrre the re
quirement of .almost all nitlons. Their publications
aro In the many tongue that wideiy-ierveu people
uso. Their letter must bo read from and written in
many languages, for which thero sit a long lango of
correspondents with the Indispensable aecomplishmcut
for their duties. Their dally mall of half a bushel of
letters bring them advice, order and lemltlaneo
from the elrclo of tho world, Wo were overwhelmed
with luuatemont, and our readers would be by an In
spection of this wonderfully extensive, health-dealing
enterprise. HoHy tyrinj (Jifss.) ceniinoin.
-JO.St .VIl'TION 1'UllbU fJUUUD,
SOllljNCK'S I'VLMONIC BYUVm
SCIlBNCICa SEAWEED TONIC,
SCI1ENCICS MANDRAKE 1'ILLS,
Aro the only medicine (hat "111 euro Pulmonary Con-
'USol'no"nriesinodctneiUiatwllIttonaoough will oc
casion tho death or tho patient, , It lock up the liver,
Luis tha clroulallon of tho blood, hemorrhairo fol
lows, and, In fact, clogging (ho action of tho very
iirinmi that caused the oou-rh.
- " . I - , . .... . ... . . . . -
i.iver complaint and uyspopua are tno causes oi
two.thlrds of the case uf cousuiiipUon, ttany aro
now oompiaining wuu uuu pain in mo siue, tus Dow
els sometimes costive and souiotlino too loose, tonirue
.coated, pain In tho shoulder blade, feeling somotlmes
very rcstioss, ami at otner times urowsyi tuo iihus tuat
Is taken lies htutllv on the stomach, aeuoninanliid
Willi acidity and belching of wind, These ) mptoms
usually orlglnato from n dlspplcred condlUon of the
sbiiiWh ur a torpid liter, Persons so allectsd, II
take oflO or tif o heavy colds ami If tho cough In theso
coses Lo suddenly stopped, tliq Ittng s, liver and stomach
clog, and remain torpid aud Inactive, and before the
patient is aware oi in situation, tuu mugs u uiai
or sores, and uiceratixi. ana uoaui li tuo incritaoio re-
Hciicnck'il'almontiiSirunls an exueclorant which
does not contain any opium, nor anything calculated.
It. Mmplr nniiurli aiiiliinlv.
Dcucnoit' neaweott 'ronio uissoire tno loog, wiau
I KKUsSe.lfS afSSS. S&SKS?
I (ion of tho bloiA. When the bow
stomaon. oifosu uasuv.
sate a lioaUhy olrcubv
bowals are oostlvo. skill
(allow, ami Uio patient If or a, yluUius habit, Hche
These medlclnoa aro prepared by Dr. J, II.
S0I1E.NCK A SON, Northeast corner of Sixth and
si nml rax a I'll is aro ronuiroa.
Arch streets, 1'hlladolphla, IVnn., and
UEO. 0, (I00DWIN A CO., M IMnovor
IVnn., nnd for lale
ur,u. u, iiiiuj'riiil o. LJ.. an usuurvi stievii uiv
ton, aud John l Henry, d College place, New Vrir,
Fur nil V PruggUU generally,
m!' It is read br-moro Vermont farmers of tho 3-JP,Tl;V",r'.', 1,1 ? ?2JVor ,a,a "l"
loll... see- bel'er class thai, any other paper. This class ..kiSSfStlS:
miieh 0' . .Ivertininir is (Uno at rcrr reasonable rates, .utirict. doeoiuiMi. boimr nroscnteil to Court bv Lovlco
Thn Flrincl 1 hi rtf AnnTrts.
Evof brought Into Vermont,
0an now i)C 1(scn t our Blyro ratUc, W,hin to sup.
ply therrncUes should cull early, as they aro selling
K, A T. VA1IU1ANKS A CO.
WHITE Wt.XTEM lfIIJC.1T
We aro now rocolvtnz from tho Wost somo of tho
choicest branits of flour mado In tlio United Btiites,
euoh a Plant' St. Louis, Akron City Mills, and other
celebrated brands, to bo sold la lot to suit.
13. A T. FAIRBANKS 4 CO.
St. Johnibury, October 31 .
HOUSE FOR SALE,
("ITUATbU in St Johnsbury Contr
i j pio mom, am
nlo mom. and conveniently adapted for two fami
lies, on the ground floor, each having access to tho
water, woodshoil and cellar, without
r. woodslioil and cellar, without .passing through
the other' rooms. Tlio titlo to tho promise will com-
never.falllmr snrlnc; of water and tlio nine con
veying the same to the house, and an excellent garden
of IS auuaro rods. Prloo, 11,301 and term easy.
for runner particulars inquise 01
4vnn n. won 1
St. Johnsbnry Centre. Vt.
IT o x Sale.
(JKVKItAL half-blood JKItDKY and AYHSUHIB
11 l.l , 1 . fn. q..A T.Hh.i In
' i.'Stf i,j. V5uTi: The Ayrshu-V. in
I ' thoroughbred 3 years old cows,
calfby a thoroughlied Ayrshlro Dull. Also, four Muck
lambs, Leleoster and Cotsweld
will bo old low to
A. P. DALTj.
Derby Line, Vt., Oct. an, 1872.
HOICACi: HAWJIS' I1STAT1
STATE OF VEuMONT, 1 In I'robato Court held
UiLSDosil District, S3. ( at the Probato Office In
llawes, tho Kiocutrlx therein named, for probate I It
Is ordered bv snld Court, that all persons concerned
therein bo notified to appear at a session of said Court
to bo held at tho Probato Onico In St. Solmsbury on the
. av or November, a.u. htj. and show causo f
any tney may navo, against iuo rrouuwj oi sum nnii
I-,,,- wl.lA nnnuiM 1 li nirthor ortlercd. that n conv of
1 innnmm m ui amir un iiuunjiiuu liiiou n.u.i iud
CCSSlVeiy in mo VKauosTrAllXBH, printou at ot. genus.
nury, nrovious to saiu timo nppointcu lor Hearing.
iiy tno viiun, .iiw.il . . .
ASA L. FllliNOII, Judgo of Probate.
A true copy of Hcconl, Attest,
ASA L. i'HTNCH, Judge of Probate.
fllllJI ACItES of first growth heavy Maplo Tlmiier,
ny the lot. oy tno nan-acre, acre, or wm. w su
uuicuuvip 1 kUUTI II M iu uui ui inn vs mv vn.i
"ffffifcii!.,. eMl,. of ih. nroprlclo, on
tnO PrOmiSCS. LHAHLKS IUHIBHUHJ. UI uvnun
North Danville, vu, Oct. us, 187.
fMIEubscrlbcrlseolnii West, and will tell his farm
X eheap ono hundred acres of land. On said farm
urn lintm.,. two barns, sheds and out-bulldlnirs. good
spring water running to house and burns, good Sugar
Orchard, and plenty of fruit. Will sell all together or
ID iou to suit purciiasors. urm uuu uuiu nwi ui cuu-
l.l ill 1.1IAI ,..k-l
St. Johnsbury, September IS, Ibr.'.
Saw Mill for Sale.
HAVl.NU removed from Coventry to Newport. I
wish todlsposo of tho Saw Mill at Coventry Vil
lage, known as tho 'JLKVKl.AN I) MILL.
' I- I I-...I.. ...Illllnrtas
This mill Is
good repair i has circular, tplitt!nr and lath saw,
lancr. is situated in n ginni lumucr country.
has averuirwl for custom work nlono about Sluts)
purchaso such a )leco of property can do so upon rca-
""rVm,ufi w. nLANCHATiD.
I'tU'lll 101' SillC
. Tho Subscriber 'offers for sale n part of his i homo farm
I known a the ' hiicoiock' liiaco,suuaieuonuie iroj
road less than one-half mllo from Newport village,
comiirlslni: twonty-ftvo acres of good upland, nearly
all In a good stato of cultivation. Cutnfortablo and
convcnlcut buildings, Willi good, puro water, a gooii
ilaee ror a market gararn, ur ror any ono wisuing vu
ueala near a thrlvlm- vlllairo. Pflco ijlSI. Per fur-
tbor particulars apply- to the Puhlhdiers of tho Parmer
COUODEN CUJIM1NH3, Newport, Vt.
CAPEN'S REAL EBTATE AGENCY,
IOCATED In ono of the best firming sections of New
OfHco lit 1 II t IIO III , Colli!.,
Junction of II. II. A V.. and N". & Vt. Railroads.,
Our facilities for furnishing those who may desiro to
mrcnaso a country resilience ur iiirm, are unsurpussuu
Nv anv In the Stato i and shall bo clad to attend to any
business In our lino with despatch, and will guarantoo
in ail coses that nothing suait oe uone , nut
by (air dealing and honosty. We shall be always glad
tir visit with tho applicant tho places he desires to ex
amine, and show all iortlon of iho Kstato In question.
Copy titRtal Litatt AJitrtiur sent Irco ukiu appli
cation. $1,200 WILL BUY A GOOD FARM
iF I'M acres, only two miles from village, churcho.
' storo and nosUiltloo. Forty aero lu wood
land. Ualance will keep live cows, summer and win
ter. Sovonty-Avo applo and 20 peach trees, In bearing.
Oottago houso well painted and blinded j contains 8
rooms. Stable 20x30, woodhouso and shod, all In good
order. This odors on opportuulty for a man of small
means to get good farm for less than the value ot tho
uuiltumrs. rrico only on very cur uiruijui poj-
Annlr to L. K. UAPKN. Heal Kstato Agent,
Putnam, Ct.. Sept. 'a.
701l SALt A IIWIUENUK IN NKWl-OllT VIU
I" luce, well located and conveniently arranged for Uie use
m two raiiiiiics- inquire bi in
A LL tho real estato ownod by tho subscriber In tho
1. village of ixdon Corner. Tho homestead consist
ing ofa 1 1-2 atory house 31 x 31, L 17 x 31, olDcO IT X
2.1. irooil barn and shed, all connected, sunnllcd with
hard and soft water, awl a good garden. It 1 one of
the pleasantest locutions Iu tho vlllago. Also,
A good building lot with h 80 x 30 adjoining tho
above. Hero Is a raro chance to tocuro a good bargain.
Enquire ot E. W. Spaulding, L. K. o.ulmhy, or oi the
owner at Lawrenco, Mass. C. W. SCUTT
For Sale Cheap.
X fJOOD YOUNU COWS, (with calf.) One throo-
lso M.sLn.1 1. nr '2-horto avnroiis wa?on. lirlco S43.
torso exprea wai
ono of Hurt's Sclf-i
prlcotW, costlWi or would oxcia,ngo ho trtgon or
rake for young cattle or lumber,
EDW'D V. ALLEN.
BU Johnsbury Ccntro, Vt.
liiiiTTfii i lki it armt
i'iW UU Alllil'i IvlI'JL
via niio.vuw.vv, iv. v.
During each of tho year ISC', 1870 und 1871, this
Society transacted moro New Uusi.ikbs than any other
Llfu Assuranoe Company In tho World,
In selecting your Llfu Company, olicoso tlio very
best. Tho rates of premium are no higher, and the re.
turn of dividends aro muoh larger, making the actual
cost of your Insurance much less In the Equitably than
la any other Company now doing business.
Ploaso examine tho popular plans of Life, Endow
ment, Tontine, and deferred Dividend Policies,
We would call special attention to our new, attract
ive, and popular plan, styled, tho Tontlno Saving
rand rouoy, oonu lor circulars.
J, W. NORTON, Spcolal Agent,
St. Johnibury, Vt.
K. 0E0. PARKER, Ag't, Wells niver, Vt.
IIEO, B. WORCESTER, Ag't, Thctfurd, Vt.
ST. JOHNSBURY Y, M. C. A.
Nov.l, I6W, JOHN . UOUUII,
'i S9, " Iley. W. U. II. Murray,
Iloe.U, " Prof. J.W. Churchill,
Jourt and Customs
' 20, " Mrs. Leonowons, Court
Jan, 10, 1873, Ror, U CO, Jt, llcpworth, Our American
l" If, ' Plslioji Simpson, . -
Feb, 97, " Oeo. MoDonald, Robert Uurns,
An addltlonallecturer Is vet to bo cniraeod.
Hniijion tioseu. a j.au i uu. wuu reservou seat, ao.ou,
Dl I. ..l.l..tA ..I, nld A.- (ln.-l.t- lulllIM
DI1IHII, WIIIIINIUU -.UVVIIl HVVM V, ..VUm- .v.w.w,
For UougU't lecture, single admission CO els., wltlri
pgrreu seat, ,u bu.
-His preposoil that these r'io puroliano rtrroil scat
UCkeu lor tne season, suau at ai-'te tuiuni uuiy aurer-
Used time, prior to the fUst loeture, m-iel at tha Town
Wnll nnd l,ni Rtr elmlAfl or silt nirs.
Ticxeisror nueoa anu tuter iiuv, s,atuiuguaui-aanu
K. A. WALKER
II, V. 1U1I,
St. J ol.i.slnnvv i A Cilcm)
by I rpHB Second half otll.o VaHVorm will begin
- 1 ..... umniy, ivo vein
d oontlnuo ten woolta,
l'or furthor Information ap
II, T. FILLER, Principal.
GIANT WATER WHEEL. I
the bov Water Wheel ehllnge Ihe a'.lenllen of all
artlc using or inlcresleil In Wtrr Power, as lielng able lo
Most Powor from tho Loact Wator
at less cost In money and trouble than any wheel now In the
It I Sim fit. 1'orMlt. Dirttt Atting. i'niy to A4Stt,
Oftn In tkt Eyt and Hani, Firm am srrany in woiioii
It gives alt the power there Is In lh water, from a fraction-
al to a whole gate, and It admirably
Adapted to Variable Amounts of Water,
ami Is irVirrantca' It Oft Salhaethn.
Ilsllroad f treet, North of Depot,
st. joiiNSDUitv, vr.
OesersUobUrln Mill Works, PUnlng Machines) Hoard,
Shtngle and Clsplnard Mills 1 acartng,Sbaaing and Pulleys)
tlrlil and Starch Mill Iron, ami any and all kinds or Mill
tlepalr ( tlso, Plows and Plow Repairs furnished at short
notice and at reasonable rates.
AYER'S ltAIK VIGOR,
For Restoring Gray Hair
To Itn Nnttirnl Vllltllly anil Color,
rw. Advanclnz rears, sick
ness, oare, disappoint
ment and hereditary Pro-
illsnmilllon. all turn tho
hair gray either of thorn
disposes It to lull otr pre
maturely, and cither ef
fect I unsightly and un
pleasant to behold. Dr.
Area's consummate skill
has produced an antidote
rni tlmiA deformities.
which ha won gratltudo
for him from multitude
nf women and men. Ill
IUib Viaon sometime
always restores to fadoi and gray hair Its natural col
or, with tho gloss and freshness of youth. Tlio com
paratively ftw bald nnd gray head that we now see,
aro thoso who havo not yet discovered tho virtue of
AtEit's IIAtn Vioon for renewing tho hair. Tho fresh
and youthful hair we ico on older head Is often the pro
duct of his art. II you aro disfigured, or mado old, aus
tere and ugly, by gray hair, restore Its youthful color,
and with It your feature to their original softness and
Aaanclogant dressing for beautifying tho Hair, It
has no superior.
Or. J. V. AVKH A. Co., Lowell, !IIun.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
ANU SOLD ALL 110UND THE WORLD.
AYER'S CATHARTIC PILLS
Kon all tub Purposes of a Faiiilt Pin sir,
Oostlvonoss, Jaundice I
Pilos, niioumattsm. Erup
tions and Skin Discasos,
lllllouiness, Liver Com
nlalnt. Dronsr. Tetter.
Tumors and Salt HJicum,
Worms, Uoot, Nouralgla,
as a uinner nil, ana ruri
O'lnz the Mood.
Aro tlio most congonlal purgative yet perfected.
Their effects abundantly show how much they excel alt
other Pills. They aro safe and pleasant to take, but
powerful to euro. Thoy purgo out tho foul humors of
llio blood i they stlmulato tho sluggish or disordered
organ Into action, and they Impart health and tono to
tho wholo bolng. Thoy euro not only tho ovcry day
complaints of everybody, but formldablo and danger
ous diseases. Most eminent clergymen, most skilful
physicians, and our best oltltens send certificates of
cures performed and of great benefits they havo deriv
ed from thoso Pills. They aro tho safest and be-t phys
io for children, becaoso mild a well as effectual, lie
Ing ugar c-jatcd, they are easy totakoi and being
-urcly vegetable, they are entirely harmless.
IIII. J. C. AYIIlt V Co., I,iv.-ll, lus.,
Practical and Analytical Chemist..
SOLD BV ALL DnUUOISTS EVEnVWIIEIlE.
Fa l L ami W I A T E it
il'it.'j i '
IN NllW AND PlSlluni.U 8TVLI2J.
-Jl 'Jii '
Millinery Work and
Done tb Order
EETINO TAKF.S IN KXOHANUE FOR UOODS.
l'lli:!!!'. A. llOWAltll.
West Burko, VI, October 1 1, IW2.
BEST FERTILISER KNOWN!
-rSL3XT JL.2Lm-cT sis
Ml.nil.K PllOSPllATK OF I.IMK,
UONTAININU l'llOSl'HOllll) ACUI.
lioNR piiosriiATM or L1S1E,
UONTAININU I'llOSl'IlOlllO ACID,
SULPHATE 01' LIMK,
SAND, MA0NI3IA, AND IllON,
SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE I
SOLUIH.K lMIOSl'IIATE OK LIMK, 2U
co.NTAUiiNU ruoaruoiuc Atfiu, aim
noNi: l'liosi'ii.m; qv lime, io.so
containino riiosi'iiomo ALln, 4.90
tfl'I.l'HATK OK AMMONIA, 4.00
SULlilATK OK LIMB, M.05
SAND, MAONESIA, AM) 1H0N, 3.W
PKrr.u com-iku, ciicmjt.
ale Uuwde under the Ulrectl'in and siiiervUloii of I
l'ltOKlCSSOR PliTKIl COI.l.UCIl,
Hecrelaryofthe fute Uiurdof Agriculture, and Is wrriill
;u ritulu Its valuable prntirrlU-s miy liinjlhor tiros, lbrve I
lions sent with each b't.
nj (lanlein CSA tht luoro rcmuntretlvc tlmn miy for
llurllngton, Vt. Ayrl. 2, 1872,
ST. JOHNSBURY, - VERMONT.
' - DEALKRS IN
Ever thins In tlio Uroccry Line, lo'eludioif
In all IU fuvorlto brands,
Jtyo, Oaf. and Corn Meal,
OIU1IAH k IIUCICWIIKAT FI,,0VJV
TEAS, good as can, ba (ound In town.
Dry and rioMed, tU., Trlpo, Pork, Lard, Haras,
HoloMei, Sugar, Puro Soda, Cream Tartar
uml tiptoe, llutter, Clieee, Exgs, Crook,
en, In largo or In small quantities,
Nuts, Fruits, Small Ware, Confectionery, llroom,
Totaaooo, jxxlcI OljctMi'ta,
Ueujtlit wholo ,uil li"uni) to or,der, 10 a 1'UHU ARTI
CLE oari bo bad ovcry Umo,
t'n bo furnlsliod In largo or small quantities.
Wo Intend to keep a Flrst-elftM Qrooery Store, and
hall make our sales at rtuonable price. All w ask;
, Is, Call am too VU, and wo will try and.clo
. tit, Jolmbury, Yt ( Jwi WK
A FEW lire men nantel as Agent- In Oilcan
and Ustcx Conntle. Tho nidiir men ean lecuro
Address, giving full particular,
w n. ,V. WJUTCOMB,
II U II R A 11 1
HUE It AH ! !
Q. H. T IS DALE
Has lust rooolvcd a now and largo stock ot
FUKNITU11E 1 !
Children's Carriages t
Wlilch will ho 'told
CHEAPER THAN AT ANY OTHER SHOP
In Northom Vermont. . My 8 lock of Furntturo con
Ilumy anil Parlor fllinlr,
l'lltellt 1'oliltilfr C'luilm,
C'ninp nnil M'lllotv Clinlm,
DLACK WALNUT, CIIESTNCT and PAINTED
FRENCH St COTTAGE REDSTEADS, BUREAUS,
SINKS, WASHSTANDS, TUAPOYS,
SPRINU DED8, MATTRASSES,
EXTENSION TABLES, CENTRE TADLhS,
WOOD and MAUDLE TOP TABLES,
HAT TREES, MIRRORS, AC, AO
Which I will sell nt tho LowestJCosli Prices.
I have also on hnnd a Large Stock or
Oval and Rustio Picture Framos,
which I will sell at Cost.
Romombcr tho place. FLANDERS' .BLOCK,
Railroad Street, St. Johnsbury, Vt.
May 31 1372
Only 30 ct. a year.
The Cheapest Paper in America I
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column yest a popular Journal, Independent In
tlfl discuwlon of suliject8t lgnorlnj; nothing or gen
cral Interest to Tub American 1'eople. It U In
chargo of ahlo Editors who keen It with tho tlinei.
Its JJopartracnu cover tho Held ormnpizlno ana
nowi litoraturo. Tliat of Morals ami Didactic Lit
erature Is sufficiently abundant and thoughtful to
mako tho Journal an over-welcome Sahbath day or
devotional companion. Tlio aged may find rich
food for comfort in Its columns t and tlio vountr.
Jewels of fact and counsel.
Anoutor department ia crpcciaiix uovovcu ta 1110
Yot NtJ Folks. This will pro vo a mine Of wealth
to the thoughtful and diligent. It Is not only la
structlve, hut so adjusted as to cxclto a lovo for
reading and study in tho young. Abundant spaco
Is given to tho Jfeu of tkt Month, and tlio treat
ment of Matlonal, Political and other secular ton
ics, after tho manner of ouf best weekl v and dull v
XllQ TAKHKUS' J-fEl'AHTMEST IS in CliargO OI ft
practical agriculturist, who makes it equal to tho
advanced wants of the most enterprising farmers
Ilesidcsall theso, thoiowlllho found departments
devoted to education, Bclenco and art In tho ab
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In short, tlio PEOPLES' JOURNAL Is a most ox
haustlvo and complete Monthly Repository of In
formation and Thought.
mo samo amount or interesting reaaing ana uso
ful information can bo had no where elso for so
small an amount of monoy. Only our very large
circulation warrants us in furnishing sucli a maga
ilno of Ittcraturo for such a trilling sum. No fainl
ly nocd bo without reading when such a papor can
be obtained for 311 cents a yoar.
Subucripthnn may commence a( any time. Hand
them to your Posttuostor, or to any of our Travol
Ing Agents, or forward them by mall, to
PUBLISHERS "PEOPLE'S JOURNAL"
Philadelphia, Pa. Cincinnati, O.t Chicago, III. ;
St. Louis, Mo. j or Springfield, Mass.
We are closing off all or our Stock
Carpets, bought previous to the
advance, at old prices.
E. & T.
FAIRBANKS & CO.
Ladies' Kid Button aud Laced Hoots,
Ladies' Kid Fox'd Hutton & Laced Hoots,
Ladies' Serge- Button, Laced and Congress
Ladies' Scrgo New York Hoots, a New
Slippers in endless variety.
Also, a conijilcto Stock or
MISSES' and CHILDREN'S SHOES.
Io our stoelc will also lie found tho largest variety
or floods for
Men's, Boys' and Youths' Wear!
EVEB I'OtJ.VD 11S THIS COUNTY.
In proof or till statement, wo inly ask an opiier
tunlty to display our Ooods.
a tt n
CUSTOM DEPARTMENT I
It to lio mado a specialty, whero.by tlio uso of tho
Arsl Mloek and the emiiloinimnt. .irtfp.,.,. .
f firttlait work.
mr ii wo noiio io sustain the reputation Ion
established lor tlio shop.
THOMPSON & CLAVP.
St. Johnsbury, May 8, 1872. 4r
1872. Speciail .1872.
THOMPSON & OLAPP,
Hoyt'a Blook, Itailroad Stroot,
Havo now In stock tho UrgAt and most complete
BOOTS AND SnOES !
lor Spring and Suunarr wear over eflercd for sale
In thi vicinity and nt prices which defy eoiuiicll
tlon, onion; which will bo found
Ocn'l Provision Store !
DANIELS, SYLVESTER & CO.,
Ever mindful or tlio needs if St. Johnsbury ami
vicinity, aro pleased to Inform tholr friend that
thoy havo openod a Heat Market, Provision and
Grocery Btoro, In Ward' Cloak, Eastern Avenue,
next door to Ido's Flour Store, wherothey offer the
beet stall fedoi meal to bo bad In thoeountry. They
will run a cut dally and deliver goods where,
wantod. Their market Is cool and clean.
Thoy also offer tha following
article In packages,
oltVer small ot
io., Ac, Ac
Their good aro
All of tho BEST QUALITY.
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