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U U wotkittR. from tl.'- Ul.ternO'iwmv in IM J-ii-y oi ; thai a!'. -th'T .aj--r U Hl,T ita-1 1 rxiy A l-iafm nMgrn we mu.-l i.-Uit ir-m uiul was cijx-t t J thai Hit r,1Uli by lau w!li( h flM , a far mere iui V r'-ta to ma.iiUiii while tkii", l 'rra- i me V our HiiuJ Uiat th l-uaiiicM j in w(.i; is ami mlilit :al lva.tYra liai J-1 jM-ut-traliic hanior ai;ainl llio onuide .' i ,.Am.. rn'ii f Troy tin nut want our trifle, only know w hat U ay trIo, an Jit iai wuilt) Utaii 4liI the rivera which male the fail tii.M.n '"ir frifwla. ffiw S!'T ,!, tl title, to fci.! in rxteii.1-1 jiK i.ttr ir' uitio bii i a.o i, ti 'W. !- ry new ulcriU r wegtj h. lj. t!..fi the w.rk, lor win. u u ill engajf", not ily to fnrnieh a . .. i ... . . .. It i T, Mil uw oir " " I 4. t.w.t tain N tt r railro-. f wit-1 -" M II. I. T I IM,I . . ....! I .. A e t, liitc wfil nii"in''t i i ..'' -- . ; , l.l nMtl.oi'ilv. that a i,rjoi.itioii hi M--ii ItiU'le I'V l'- . t , .1 .. II . !...,. Vt I..... vi iil.'oi a fi w ' I . . iih to jme fit in. ,ii, r hii.I l" .mi '-f i veiiiiif' tram l :uin iiom 11.7 . . .1 t T ..... In Ihi ,rojioitiiii, as we understand it, the Hartam Evtenaion offer to the Troy fi.u.ny the privilege of fitin ihe .oii.t to which they will run, either to , osi. k Jam lion, Mtate Line, North t uumRtoii or lictii.iiifrtou Villape i aiolaUolo allow the Troy A PoKtcn Company the right t lit and detei n.me the t infl h.r the freighn find i at. of fme for pa witpeis between Troy and Notlh Betiiiington ir Hen iiii.Ktoii, i-imply ftskin.e, a f-nraln id.are . f the price ( barged. To Hindi an ofl'er a Ihi we have al waya Mlpposed the Troy A TeiHtoii Company could not object ; and that when ) literal a proffer :ih this waa made them they could fmJ no it ao li able caime for a refusal. We now think that the real reaaon for their not complyingwith thin renewed attempt on the part of the Harlem Extension Com pany to open the much needed cou nection Iwtweeii Troy and Southern Vermont, in t.ecaiiKe of Home lack of f.ic iltieH or other ahilily to aeeejit the additional huainewi, on the part ol the Troy & BoHton Co. The argument that Buck a connec tion would interfere with the biiUJiiig of the WullooniHac Road, cannot he loanable, Itecauite the proposed connec tion ia nimjily u temporary matter, if the Troy Company choose ti make it no, and i juit in such- a way as to he entirely mibject to their control. There fore it nppearn to us that there mtorf lm aome reaeoti beyond the control of the Troy & Boston Comjiany, which prevent them from aeccptitig thin more than liberal offer on the part of the Harlem Esteimion Company. Would it not t well for the merchants and 1 itieiiH of Troy to imjuiro into thin matter, now that the Bpring traffic and I ravel in opening f It would certainly be, to the in, an inexjietmivc method of renewing their trade with Western Vermont, and can in no possible man ner work against the interest ot the citizens of either section, nor against the interest or expectations of the Troy Company. Wo look upon the re jection of the late attempt at a con nection, as a matter that really more effect Troy, than it does our Vermont citi.eiis, but il is soriotitcly injurious to nil concerned Jhuim'r. iMiiiitiiMi mill. Will the Heuningtoii Vv l'lfnn, which has heen so actively engaged in throwing dirt " at those of the citi zens of onr county who joined in the building of the Lehtnou Springs rail road, at a time w hen no train were run oi the Troy route south of Bennington, inform us w hen the projectors of the Wallootnaac railroad will commence " throwing dirt " on the new route to Troy After so murk talk, and so waxy jiromiscit, it does seem to u that it is about time to luy a few wheel barrows and u ak a show of business. What will be aaid of men who after eighteen month delay show no "signs of life?' littok out gontlriuen of the Walloom aac tr you will be set down as the latest (a.bire Hill. HlttO IM.tn llil. IO T M V Til a: v i T. v have eailive inf.msti.Jti that the lladein t'tteiiaioii R. 11 Co., have t.fteied very favoiahle terms to the Troy A l'-oaton It. 1. Co. to induce them to run their trains U North IVi.ttingtori 1 instead of the State Line) an t make a ittoriiijigas w ell as evening j connection w ith our line al that point TVy Laving relmwd to accept the of-t.-r we feel louiid tv say, that f'tc re- aja.am,,;'., 1 lK irtarni rmfaryt ret. .fm lh r.ii; i Jltn .. H- ' i, fl ':' nr ii'-mrm y,.t(,-H,H,H i n , I,,, arf real v now, as w.M.ks .....i ,l,e Trov.V r..,Mo ('om-il..lve.,,rovi',l r:.ur,.:vi ,m-m u ,.,ny i.i enlc inf. ')T..nB. n..M,t, f..r;l-.V H- N' V.nk ami Troy ,ote,.,. , ...miieethm of mi.. on the two rorU j We are a.snre.l l y the Manage, ..I .I.i. ti . i :....! i il... il.,... ih. v alw have ln, to do an) thing the Republican party, namely; the most . iheir power to improve the Troy compile lit.rty and the most exact . 1 tuuality of rights, under the law for all , emsTlh.ii. ! t)jrat!g1(jUt the Republic; the pro fit at the Tn-y i 1Ui.hi II. II Co i motion of the education, intelligence hate fully detenmre4 to 'keep the j and thrift of cyery claw, and etqoci!!y njuize ol," and tvu.w-l the citixeu of! lairing cIsm of our population ; t ,-, , , . , (.r.a , , . 'the roost und observance of the pub- ""?"n Un, lf'mt" U' i;1cW,i,,U.UiU,warJ.ourcrc,bu.r.ty Ue Uot.mc ra.lroad, must now I ; , .,.. lA tU B.tii,iial dett. and tj U a-rrry iN-naible fnan in I5. n- itsviws Cjiaiy f Tr j J IW-tiitft'-'S QMio th'Tn y .V I ii'n of r-'y j'', regain to I 'n, Miwcint tw.uMni"7 m'-fii are in if ulaU'.n with r-gr 1 jiit matter we give the jr-u fa- f t-f t!r w, in rd-r that otsr reader miy av-w who it s th.vt I ! - k the war arjt ViiiU l Uiiy tr.iifi -sk it way llf?n Tivj mi ) (he WV-U-sti Vi n!i' i;t V!i y . li1-.n i"-f j.!, I -tit are t-jliofH ' I that I "t r.. r...l .-..,.!' ;?! iL.tii.e ''' l!" J "Jl ' il- in if iiiK tkmi.v.. The tt.irhni Kitilifiion I!, it, will ooh ji.u a im w Time Tahte, vi ltit h I will mke mum i L:itig''R in the riiimin of trains lietwr-en Iiutlailit aii'l ( li tt haiii, to U'ttt-r ai roiiiiiio.httc tin" jri iier al t.tiHii,. !K t.f their line. Hut lor the "ilo in the manger" policy uf the Troy .V. l'.oHtoii i:. R. I'ti., who refit' to make connect ions at North lVn- Illltl'ioit, or allow out II nun no. I.. (.. ! I .' ... ..II Jloomt K .1 tltmo.ri, inr ciiieun woui't . -i , r -1 . I ..I Ilie liaiivm I. I'linioii n. I.. i.i-i will do everythinff m their power to encourage and iieciimmodato the various business interests on their line from Cha! ham t Hutland, and give the mmiiier travel a .taylifht train from New York It a a-l til l SlATlt C(IVK. liOA. The liepnblit an State Cfiivention for the appointment of Delegates to the National Convention at 1'hiladelphia, was held at Bellowfi F.iHft cm Wednes day. The convention s lare in nnmls'is and hal 'iiioiiions in at t ion. A lare-e nuniber of the most prominent men in the Stat were present. Hon. Frederick Billings of Wood stock was chosen ''resident, and on taking the chair made it very eloipieut and sensible speech on the political sit uation, maintaining that it is the duty of Bepuhlicaus to stand hy the party, and to purify it from whatever corrup tion may exist, and make it in the future what it has heen in the jiiist, the salvation of the country. This can only he done hy staying in the par ty and not by bolting it as some pre tended reformers are doing. The speoch of Mr. Billings had the true ring to it aud was well received. Hon. A. L. Miner also made some eloquent remarks, which were roundly applauded. The following delegates were chosen: At large, Oov. Smith, Horace Fair banks, B. If. Steele and Geo. W. Orandey. Alternates : W. G. Vcazey, J. B. Mead, A. S. French, und Z. H. Can field. First District Delegates : Geo. A. Tuttle, Rutland, Geo. Nichols, North- Gold. Alternates : N. T. Sprague, Jr., Brandon, M. S. Colburn, Manchester, Second District James Hutchinson Jr. Braiotrec, Wm. Harris, Jr., Wind ham. Alternates. Col. H. K. Stoughton, West Randolph, 0. H, Chapman, of Cavendish. Third District. Geo. Wilkins, Rtowe, Lawrence Barnes, Burlington. Alternates : J. W. HartshorDLun enburgh, J. B. Clark, Milton. The following resolutions from the jinn of Judge Steele were adopted, and seemed to express the sentiments of all j present ; Av)ei, We cordially aiairove and endorse the present National Adminis tration and commend it as distinguish ed among tho best of our history for ability, integrity, economy and lidelity to principle. JiJvrd, The first preference of the State is for the renomination of Grant and Colfax, and we wish our delegates to regard that jirefcreucc so far as up on consultation with the delegates from other Mates, they shall find that jirefercnce consistent with the harmony oi tho Republican organization, tho welfare of the common cause and the successful and permanent establish ment ol Republican principles. To these considerations, all others should vteld 7'rWeei. We deeply regret the de fection of Republicans from the regu lar orirani nation. We lelieve that the object of reform professed to be sought by the liberal Retmblican movement are j mainly such a can be secured only in tho Republican party, wliile the only practical result of lhe movement w ill be to strengthen the Democracy. ,Voi-. We dejirecate tho restora tion of the Democratic party to pow er as endangering the equal laws w hich n vll'iaUlL.1 ..'Is ' I ,J - .aiat The oonoHition of that nartv Whrt"',rr l e I ii;rf- ri'-n t have recently t-en engrafted upon our cold here for the time of year, but veg system, a preventing any further pro- etatioti has again commenced and the i - i' .- i ..t.i. Kres m mo same airecnon, ana a use- T M o p.r.v..,.a ... -e-- er n war claim, against the Government which would heavily increase taxation ,! and seri.-uslv impair the national credit. j ;;r.M'Wt plejje ourselves anew . uis our first hute Cotivotition for!,.. , ., , ' , , ' two veam. to the ere at leading aims of j Awards our aoldter snJ sailors I y promjt and penerou pr.vi-iiri f-r i,ni, their r.4rtiL.. ; prcevervaltoii efface so far a f( .IT t I a i ;i it 1 .. ' i ' .-.1 u ?'! tt.f'f. !.: f: a toe ( .! in!! .;. of :. Fast t t s..i.V" in!' l the Wc-i; fth'tilm--. unrr.y in l!.f a Ju.u.:tf t.--ti c-f I'k :! j.f'C.j.tiJttJ h!.-) tL ! in tin c-r ti-'t. a.'. 1 n f-.n. i f 'J al-iiM in a' j i!-jat .t.t f t'.e j ) Jic .. rv h. .n t- an t m. lie ( iii.tty " ' t' 'y tA u y tsurpii- Mti.c m iiit.:ili -n of Hor.!.'' 1 !i-W i....H;r:.!. r.f,B .v I he (:,,. . 1 1 we ,,., j ' i,n -ftt-y inruu. o Ui.icia.i i u.e ; aiiV iteree of certainly w hat the effect wilt U." tireeleva a ramli.late i.oa- , . ., bch great btrengtli anil at the same fc , . . ... , e to hi htaiHlara maitv w ho woulj oliici- i win.' hae gone foi (iratit, while, on the 1 .,., , ,,. ;m,. out of .roMirt ion other ban. 1, many ol tho-e who vc re j --Inn lati;e, nod ml ijuile in harmony f.reiiioit in their oi.o(.iti.ti to t Irani j iih the reM of Urn building. It it mr- will not itiloi t (ireelev. 'i lie German m.mnte.1 bv a eoln.Ktl Maine of-1 itmIIv vote whi. lnvaslar-elv't i.m.te.l ,. in J ''"" "' !' t gu.vn -cer-, , ,, ' . ,, i lainly it 1 not l.Il.erty , for the ha not sui.iioit 'f the new movement w ill : ' . ,.,,., i 1 rtie nci'dlnl cai ; no .lulice, for the flcle' ":,"".y '": 1 ' " ' ' " donl.tfid ifthe rrea m:is ol the V m-j cratie j.ait.V w ill i-ii.oit him, t lrnil" Il j it. tteetiiH to be the j.olii V of the 1 'e-j mocratic leaders to wait .and t-eo how his nomination is received by the coun try at. large before they determine whether lo run a Democratic ticket or ml. From what we can ryalher thm: far we f.hoiiM jiidc,e that the nomination of the philosopher of the Tnbune lias not been icieived with that decree of en thusiasm that would le necessary to make it a sweeping affair His great est rtreiifrth, however, is among the common j'roplo and not among the leader?, and il in possible th:tt if the matter ever pet.- lo a e-jtiare v ote the 'irilntiif readers who pin their faith on that journal will poll a larger vote than is now anticipated.. Rut owing to his erratic course on many occasions many of his followers do not place that, im plicit confidence in him that they once did. Very many of the delegates at the Cincinnati Convention were disgnsted with the nomination, some of them de claring they would . refer Grant. His nomination was the result of a bargain with the Frank Blair--Brown faction, Blair being the enemy of .Shiirz. Frank Blair did more than any one else to ruin the chances of tho Democracy in 18U8 ; he is tricky, and always goes to rule or ruin and therefore is not a very Bafe champion. As between tho two men, Greeley and Grunt, although we admire the for mer for many things, yet we believe the latter is the safer man for tho chief executive otlicer of the nation. Besides wo can see no sullicicnt reason for bolting the regular nominee of the Republican party. It certainly is not a very good policy to bolt tho party until wc find out whom they will nomin ate and what principles they advocate. KIIIUI.KI'IIVIIKMK. Baiimmvii.le, May 1st, 1872. Mr. Editor: Mr. Ames in his letter ttjiou the milk question last week complains that ho received a severe rebuke for venturing to write upon the subject and that his letter was severely criti cised. No rebuke was intended, and as to criticism if there was any severi ty manifested, my only apology in, that your FasfDorset correspondent certain ly misconstrued the language of the preamble and resolutions of the Execu tive Board of the Milk 1'ioducers As sociation. Let the language of the proposed plan be.given, and the sit cr est criticism be applied and not only its advocate but many other of your readers who are deeply interested in adopting the oof plan for removing the present abuses in the milk rode will be well satisfied. Mr. Ames speaks of l.iu knowledge of the causes of complaint and believes that a better plan than that of a stock company may be devised and pro poses simply an association but does not tell us how this association will be held together or how they are to raise funds for operations. These questions are of vital impoitance and a satisfac tory answer to them will be gratefully received by all who are sending milk to market. J. E, McNai ohton-. ; out, and lind jiuslurc. While other bruii- Pa lw tiiiovE, III., May I, U;i ull,i uppijuiale texts of scripture While reading the locals iu my latjl'ak from the walls. The mii-ic wan JomvM.. April l. I made up my !uindiK" " he M-Tvi.x-s excellent. Dr. 't ' i... it. . r r..... .....i:..., ...... not to complain more of cold weather I ,. . , - ,,. i . . . '-'kw.l spring .although it f w:iy i . . . . . . i cart, ia spread with nature s green car - j y, ,.,,.,. ,,aill fyr big 3. " tl.e .al few week m sowing the grain w hich is already coming forth, While he is preparing the ground for) j ,0Vf, tnv irio ,,, wl,j, j j l ion if o oi'.cii lor a orcaui Of that sweet mountain sir; I stfin to feel il (an my cheek And Iniiic w iih mv hair Lnn-r. IU ).. April '2'Hh, 1 w7 Mr. EJ,h.r: Cherry and apj ie tc.-B in lull bh-om, j ""-'' h' at ' looking wea an l pr in- lises su at iii.Jiiit ham M I -. li Im ,.'1 w.siberwtl.ej i . t i i were V.Y.i-1 I y the w ititi-r, t!." i' t 'i. To IttOMl I - ;r ..r,.j; ; I i,.vf Ur..isM.lrt.M.icoit atitmn rM m)wtlw f.,n.l wha . . . . jwUIinff to nirrf nt u hi our Mate .HMiij,:,,.!! oi il. , i ty .rrny anu l"c-i turv-'jiic j mrc il i ui 'tling anions ll 1 lii-iinljtiii sii.l o follow mj; the iiulili).' i f 11.0 Umiiiful 'im'Hifki rivrr that il i .alm..t iniiLlo t.MilUiii a view of the Hr? iiU- fivu. any one Man.lj.omt. tirm til Hi -aii, i conrw, wi w the !' In il rood allianivf j;uie, 1 ut w hen ail thr jrnivcn aiul avi iiuc HI Ir i s bii in full loiiajt MontH'licr mn-i u m OI t ,f ranhly rar.Ui, circfc-4 The State Hoiim' U naturally the moM. "'!'' '" WMivg of the town It Utniitlx on a hamlftonic elevation, yet with ; . . , , . i t! i a fur higher In I for a hiu-k grouiiil, ami i a Match cililn-e It i-i built of graitite, in iuiiile, niHive lioric Mle, The dome a there. AHlnv rale the fiM.ie W i (io( H ,, itfli i,,,,.,,,,,,.), !ls ;, j ,.,n,, liii- o lie of Mtlid metal! w ,, i js only h ond covriTil wilhsomej sort ol yil.liiifr, I feel il to be my duty lo eoiiilcmu il. The porch i Ol iKtliltnlod j with a fine statue o Klhan Allen, who e grand lij'.nie, with ujiraised hand, in the m l, I MtppoV, ol'bidtliiig the British nir-j render, In Ihe name of God Almighty and the t'orilineiital Coiif-i-e-'f , mal.ci a very fippropriiile ncntiunl. Anticipating future per; il.ilitien, a litllo party of Indies, of whom 1 wac one, availed ourselves of the open doors and jioliin services of the jan itor lo go in boldly to those stately legis lalire halls. The walls of the corridors arc dorornted with pictures of our soldiers, grouped according to their regiments; while on filver Miiehhi, nearby, are en slaved the mime?! of the engagements in w hich they tool; iiu l,with some details of Ihe fame. The, legislative and somite chambers are t,pueious and handsomely finished and liuinishcd. Wo sat dowu in liixuiious ciu-y-chairs and concluded that when the sovereign pcojilo send lis there, if they will give us as good pay and not make us work any harder than our pres ent representatives, wo will be quite re signed to our late. There is a fino library too, for tho heuetit of members, which might well go far towards making legis lative life quite desirable. To be sure there is a large number of those dreadful volumes of Messages and Documents, which onr husbands and fathers arc al ways secreting lest we sell them lo tin peddlers, but there arc enough readable books to over balance the dispiriting ef fects of these ponderous tomes. Quito a number of fine engravings ornament the library walls; while in tho Governor's rooin.which is a pleasant parlor-like phiuc, thcro arc numerous oil jiaintings of our distinguished governor ami judges. There Is a room devoted to Natural His tory, with many specimens of our native birds and beasts, very lil'o-liko in their at titudes and expressions; also quite exten sive cabinets of minerals, shells and fos sils. The little people who were with us were quilo appalled by a fierce looking cut anion n t , w ho glared down on us as if ruling passions willi him were still strong in death. Indeed I was very glad mysolf thai tic was "lifeless, defunct, without any doubt, the lnniiof his being entirely out," On the wholo 1 think our State houso a crcdilablo affair to the little Green Mottn tain State. In tho way of schools tho Montpclier people have a very fine graded school house, where some four or five hundred children find ample accomodation and the best of teaching. Miss Mary Burnham, of Manchester, is prominent among the teacher and a great favorite with her pupils and their pnrcuts. The Methodists have (mo academy buildings, on Seminary Hill, almost completed, where they will no doubt Lave one ol their flourishing deiiomi national schools. Of graceful church Kjiires the village has its full share. I counted six from my window, Episcopal, baptist, Methodist, Ciiilariaii, Liberal Christian and Con grega1 ioiiul, all of them fine buildings and H'veral of them remarkably well designed. It was my good fortune to attend service on tho Sabbath in the new and beautiful Congregational church of which Dr. Lord is the pastor. The building is purely Gothic the only true ecclesiastical arch itecture. The lofty upspringi.ig arches, the graeclul carvings, the gorgeous col orings, tha richly stained windows, thro' which Ihe lights like glories fall, all these arc like a grand hymti of praise, inarticu late but all the iiioi c iinjircssive. The fine organ stands In a deep recess back ol the jmljiit, and over it in letters "quaint and olden is carved, Worshiji the Lord in the beauty of holiness. Over the principal I entrance are carved Hie words of Christ, j I itui the Door; by me if any man enter ' In he shall be saved, uud shall go in and lotu i-a iiiitti oi iiiir toiiiiiittiiuio I'ti-n- cm e, of rare rulture and uuusuul lalt-ut. His MTiiii'iis were adiiilrsblc ; full of or iginal thought, line feeling and ietuasive power. It inav lnleiit the .M.mcliealer ; ,,t,(,,,Ie , I1()W tUl Ml,. Mn, 10 h t cLHllnlH WOlil.lll, is liatlVC of Mull. lies. ! ter, dauber of one of ll.e eai ly leaches , j of Burr Seminary, U. Mr. Aiken. ; 1 ne biuine.a Miccta el iioiii.encrcim , oiisk a..d lively, tkougb there arc no cx-1 ; tensive inamifactures, or worka ot any j I sort lo build Up the JilC. It e ins U lC tbe natural center ot a large aerkiiltural i cli.tticl and to diqicud um that and it .. , u .i -r. ti joitlclal ,-j.awi. lor its thrift. 1 here M i-mi d to be rial iv oi.Iy one large bus! - ; i.c,the maiiafactu're of babies' cab.; but ; judging from the number of these little 1 h"s orkutmihily wiesn I saw adorning i ,i , i ...F,u ., r..,ebiea i U()llSj jut)e ttC u);mai,d lor these ,vm.. ... - ; j tnip-a might ju-tity almoM any smoiint s r.f i-nterjtri-e. .. to ouiw .et-. k to U j-cojWriUCAN l"MMEU RESORTS, j 1 t1. a. waft nnlv l.intiiJ aw.a. . t a mift . pl- !Mrt man Ubr raU r bJ ranoU W othrrwie than i,r.ina. L, !- ivlir. full of rhrniinp home nir to rt-i.rrM-m u in onr .-msic h-j:- lkja,nrr u n - l MVKH H KMIHT ITml, I'arrn Stevens, tlH grrat tiolrl rnn of tlie I'ltited Mate, tliptl 1M week. The IvrlamU are trjing to make ar raiigrutent to run the t Iran i I'nion at Saratoga the coming seaiMin. Colmtihiallall. at Lebanon Sjringc, N. V. ban been innking miie iiiU'rovcmenU and athliiioin among which U a new cot tage with several fine tuiti of rooms. Arthur WIMo ("roonlcy of $1 School itreet, 1oMoii U about to couimeiice the publication of a Journal eieiialh Je 1 - voted to Mimiuer resorts. .Se ltU a- vcrtiement in another eolutiui. ! The IJatea Hohm, Itiitland, Vt., Im been enlarged by taking in a portion of j an adjoining block, muhlmf nn addition j of many desirahle rooms. c. F SWt TT ns crctMBr.n ttocd rriir. istso the n:zz ( it urn the eest eyek istsntkd. Mauclioalor Vt., March 20th, 1872. ailiC'W J AS0N .1- JERKOWSKE. GRAND OPENING or SPRING AND SLMMF.Ii CLOTHING, flA'l'H, CAPS A GENTS I'TItNIKMNfl (1(101)8 CORNER STORE, Umien Bates Houkk, COBNEIl MEIKIIANTH JtOW A CENTEIt 8T, RUTLAND, VERMONT. Clticn of Mnicbeator ami ticinily ymt can avo 20 per eont, lv,ralling on tit urnloralftned for Tonr SlBti'a and Iloy'a Clotliing, Hata (apa and (loi)la FurnialiinK Uimua. Wbich onmpriaoa an Entirk Nitw Htock, ai.i, reaeHAavu withis THE I.ABT TF.H HATH rBOM lloflTON A!l) Nl'W YoSK Maukktu DonltforKi't the place, C011NKM HTOHE, nioler the Ilatea Iloiiae, COHNKli WKKCIIANTS I:OW ASC'KNTFll ST'H . CM AS. 8. MAHON, M. JfJtKOlVHKE. ITfiifl S. Jf LOOP. IMPORTER AMI hoi.khai. tirAi.ra IN JAPAN A CHINA TEAS, iLvsnoii 4 Hi'ST"his' TiMK K,) COIt. FREIGHT ANIl EVELYN STREETS, RUTLAND, VT. I would atato for the Information of tba public, tbat tlii-M Teaa are Import, d under in; praotial aupfrnaiou, and are G I' A II AN TEED HlF.E 1'ItOM A hi' I.TEH ATION . AkiiiI fur PI KK CALiroUMA HISW, hy the caMs or harn-1. llcab;ra art. rc-iptt-ttd lo call and ai-uin finality and prirfca of (eK-Hl, aa I f--. aaiialinil i-iiat 1 ran tnalta II an itl.Jw-l for ilu m o por ch av. 17'IJniljl 'OTICE. NiAI.a ia hereby given that lb parluetabip heretofore exiating under the firm nam of lieaebA Ie la Hoa .lay ibaolved by mutual JOHN T. PKAt II. jam. k. i.f:r. j 1 glva toUct that I am to remain at tba old i stand, aud Hum who require any Hong in lb rK to J V ' aervelhem. 1 il! endeavor .. ilo wwk well al j I j ' Ail ut-ritM arroanu aM a-emed ly i 1 and a aetUenieet i nejairavl urn u Uf' 15ta Yours rvepertfuily, JOHS T. 11AC1I fat'tmy Point, Manb . IO. llMt ...j.., . ! fu U u...l u.r, tiT i!.- f t'lWMu b n..l .l..rl.i uromrt b h i.. t). n.i.t 'Om!.. iii rrit ; ti.mt jamUmr i (tulumr lii.t tuwti. -i m i. t'' utn.. : AO trr ai.iiu r. iii'i:ii;i.n,i'iW'' .'! t i4 N'" M ti.ua. -" " , A ANrK StI.KS I'.la.k Silk. l'l-jiies, I.ineliH, o lSwtvr J tin iiy at 1 hvl'l.l a M Ai RMEIiH IT 1! llVl'l! ill. ' , .,ll I K i l'DKTAHI.K r.XtUXKS, tH r r, M(1.sK H.tt. t.. mwi et-rtuR warn. a. ei n "' Il.il.l. s ASH ttl llUt IMl'AhV ft Mi s ..r liiHity aii-1 Mill VV.it I., aWo i it as w i:oi i.ii r tiioi rim All aiai a tnr Vat. r, S:. atuaml (l Ail kttela "f j I Filliiua l uiiina, Mi-am ami Water llnafca. Mlralil Wliiatli-a, litolw VhI.iiC, Mtl-alil, llltac 1 an.) 1 . 1 ' it. A.'. I in-bin k iio-r ami in I Hsu, i.i . n un: I ki.i i ISO A N it I. At I St. II MU'K ANIl IIH I' VI KINO AMI eoTloN tVAVIK. ) It.fcii'.'- ati.l o't.ti ijuatit Mm, litui r i'lit tti ..(.I'tnlli'll l allntl tl"li.'.'. Vim, Mi-am, VVuL't . ami om l'llOnf: r.tilo'iMH .iiaMiot i iie i,i i ini.'t t r t to I -'I K.. i. iuii. II ll hi I K, i I.i MurrlititOT tlua j l.ullau.l, l., Maul. i.iil, s;l. aUila ! EWINQ M ACH1 N US iiowe, wrxn, family favoritf., WHI lil Kl: A' WILSON, ,(ll'.oVKK A llAKKl;, or aio ether K1'""! inacliiii flfaaii tall en W. A. ADAMS, Factory l'oinl, Vermont,': an.l t-XHTiiine anil compare Urn ilifli-renl kiiiila ami take Die upuiiuti ol uii tlial ttaaall tht. tin.!- ; rlaaa luat'lnmm im liaml anil o ,.i,rril llmm lor ! year. V, A Ai'.Ms baa also l ie lurgiil slink uf ffKlT.K I.KS to In: fimnJ in lii iiniiK'"ti county, fall ami aco liw kmii, "J ' it liia iii:cn are not I t I -r tli ait toii can Ret ollierwharra. HKIIfx READ-MADE CLOTHING IF HUAHI.FY A HbACKMEIt Tlioy aull the beat and t lie .-btapt. (JUSTOM MADE BOOTS A. SHOES. The anbacribcr. having purchased Hie shop formerly orenpied hy O. II. Howe, is brepared to nialio BOOTH ANH SHOES in the moat du rable manner and iu Hie L A T E S T S T Y L E S. None but the beat material will be uaed. aud bia Ioiik eiperii noe in the biininena warrai.ta blm in aay UK that be will Butt all alia favor lino wttb tbeir palimK9. Mr Motto : Strict Personal Attention to Business. All work warranted to ba aa reprtiaciited. All work done when promised. R E A D Y PAY. All kinda and alylca of Fink Lauitji Vt'oiis Uauk to Ohdeu. Gents Flno Work Made a Bjiociality. Repairing Pone Promptly. 8. It. I.YMAN, AKcnt. Factory roint. Vt., May 1st 1H72. 49:ilfi GET THE BEST, Webster's Unabridged Dictionary. 10,(l0o Worrit and ilfnnifujn tuil in Mwr llir litniftrut. :VKKJ F.KiiitAVtMia ; ISin PaomQi ahio. Phick f 12. A Whenever I wish to oblaia exn:t drHnibiiia, I eoliKiiit it, (Nnlitiylcr l'olfa j Ivelv Sotiolar koowa ila vain,., ij IV. 11. Preaeott, Ihi) lliat lian, Ae.J Iyeeu one oi my Hailv rompntilona. ) l.lolio I.. Motii'v, tba llialoriau, etc ) So far aa 1 know, Ih-hI d tilling Pit-tioiiary. ( Hora. a ilanu ) ' I l)C bial gtildn of atitdi nU of our l.anK"K . 1 (Jobn IJ. Vtbittier.J IIicla all otl.t'ia iu tlvSniiiK aciniilie lertna. j irn atdent HiU'bcork.) I )cnii kablti eompeudiuiu of hnmau knowledne It, W . H. Clark Prea't A(. Iiilige. A neoeaaily for every intelligent family, in dent' leaeher and prnfeapiotial man. What li brary la enriiplete without Ilia beat Kngliab blf tionary. AIUI Webster's National Pictorial Dictionary. llipl Pagca OoUvo. 000 F.ugiavlntra Price The work la really a jfm ol a Iiwlumiiry, Jctat the tiling fortbe million. Awn ivnn KhunlumiU MmtOily. Pobbahed by Q AC. MKltKIAM, Spriiiglleld, Maaa. Sold by all liookatlli-ia. flit: BLACK TO BUY TEA AND SUGAR bliAliUY tU.AI Itvil K J.MPROVED ROOFING. i Hating received U iu ia patent for my entire : new method of roofing, I aolkii j artii-tiUr at j tentiou to the facia, that j IT H( II1A1 III 'MIAN SHINdl.lis, : a rlei-lly tiiibl, ea.ly ma-le FIliE I'itOOl', j cauool be blowu off, wilt li.l a bf t,ma and la j u i4W' mupie, j ii'ij wtsinnff jhiim mnvn wilt i Tho,,- ! aldreaa me at Ik-umnplo'i lnler, Vt. 1 (ii-O. W. JtlJliI.S-i.V, Iieuuiugluii Center, Vl.,F.b. 21.1, 172. .f2tfi j Jl'RR A; BURTON SEMINARY, MANCHESTER, VERMONT. j A Boarding and Day School for Young . ,. . ' . B Ladies and Gentlemen. U"tm ,"orUe to . . , Iliorougn Instruction, i Sirlrt W-i,l.i. i ruoat. 14 Uuui. I'.s- , beiHM awUrne. lilt WIl tnn tll nrfiniij, nan a j.lfi .let Crfit 1 fctie II 9-kt. Fur -iretiiara ant ly to 1 H.rrt'n lot. 1. A, At'HTW. rriiK-tji. lUrtlis, , , , '. . JlarriasoN. "- " " " -" -. . li (.mot l Mf.-liftm, ti'iirliHtt. Doatliv M ih. al 1 i 1 1 hu. ('. I at li y l oinl, A.. i' 1 A j til sma, at lta. 1 tv- l i.i. Apni 3mh, al Kurtu, Vt, Mr. frr, Mi, r. : RiBO, ftKfll ;rftl. OUT: ior s iM , f A N T R l! AtKtrtiM-muiU inatlr4 utiUr Ihi le4.t at Ii h Of'ttta pr htitf tMrU.w. I in KAU;. uf 10 I a, k fr.a i ? ' ln.iutrf ,.f tlil MVN hi K I H, MatirtiMtrr, VI., Mat Klh, fTJ. ;llr NOTICE. Tl.u i I" (i tii'li.f Ilia! I tiarv Rivrn aiy aen I'aturl W. tita limp dttrtitf ttm rfmataitpr et tiia ttitti.ililt . 1 al.att rla'tn tmim i. Ina aainitiKa or a ativ il, l.la el tua i ntilta.' Iiiik af at tlua data. HMhVIN r. I.Alilc lautlKivve, M.. My will, .'n:ia' lroiii: to itKXT. 1 lit. ati0 f.niiially tHviieir.! t.y limtnti A i, fr ,ct a aill la f. a al.Mv nfam V.ti.l A'li al . il.. ill VV , i I It lit M M', .1 l.t I ael.ti'jr l imit, l !Mjr Wit . .W4iul Ji 1M11 SALE. Iiiit'g,i. new tntli li row A!.,. ' a lot I ally li.Mi. I . for ,! .ItillS c. VVAI.KH1 Maticliealrr, tl , Aipil '.III, isvi. 4"IU' l UK I IM'H 1SHIAI1 l,.r aale It II,. 1 I'altoii or t.ai'id, tr A P. Wail, Nat 1 ut i,a, e Wore, tt toiii i Mat HoiMl, VI , May lal, ISVi WIIW' HOfSK Pull M1.K -The Haeliing llnuan Mliinli I In Maui lii -lif atllugn, on Hie atii't't leaduu! lopai-r-rv l'oinl, oppoiotH Hie r.a Itlelice "f P. llililli y W III b aolil rliaap. Ail.lrtaa C, A. PU IK I'., 'iiillfi Hi utiinglon, VI. 1 -M.NK STIM'K OK PhlNTK BLEACHED AND BROWN COITOXS I so HOSIERY AND GLOVES AT 1IUAH1.EY A I I.AI l MIL'S ! C. D.VGdET, eitAi i n in Wdiiian, tniHara aud cblliliriia abut a and t ub Iht nooda of all kluda. Fine Jewelry, Stationery, I ancy tlotsla, Pocket Cutlery, Perfumery, tore Soaiia, paper lloaome, I'ollara and (,'ulU, Photograph, Autograph and Tlnlvpe Allmtna, Tuva, etc. Diaries for I Poat Clllica, Jauiaira, Vt. Jamaica, Vt., Nov. 7th, 171. a:.llf x 'HR EQUINOX HOUSE (Foot of Ml, K'piinni, ) Mini 'UKNTrn, WliMoST. Open from June lal to October let. F. II. OHVIH, Proprietor. Kperial inditcenietita oll'vred to parllea engag lug rooma from June I at. Prit'D card ami ttallroad Tim Table aetit on appliealioo. 4ih',ui7i pon SALK. The aulwriber, having moved el, wi-hen to aell hia Farm ailuated nne-balf mile aotilli ol Mmicbi Bli r Village. .svii'd J-'tmn eotioti itlnnU l.V) An-e nf Itttul, with atiflieleut tuildlnga, A UOOI) Kltl'IT AND SPIIAIl OHl HAlll), the latter containing about 4KI trees. Applica tion can be made to Hie aubai-riber at Manches ter for two wneka. JOHN II. PHELPS. Hanoheeler, VI., Feb. 27lh, 1S72. VWtt J00TS AND SHOES Are selling VKRV LOW AT IlllAPLEY A lil.ACKMEIt'S. J) - S. WILSON, Fa'biry Point, Vermont, Maiiufa.:! titer and dealur iu F U R N I T U R K , of all kiii'le, alao ROSB WOOII, MAIPSIANY. IH.AC'K WAl.St'T I IIKTIKV, CIIKhTNl T anS Vt Hi t K Wibhi CoI'UNS aud CASKK'IS, I'lOTI HK FKAMES. Soldier'a Tiatlmouiala framed in lte wi.d and gilt at H im, II ', 1.Vi and 12 00 In ollall llla. k Vtalitut and gilt atil.t't, ll.'.Ci and ti,2", Iu eluding giaaa. FaoKiry Point, Vt., Ilec. 20. 1S71. .'MI2I0 A J. WHITCOMB, A a F,at Itiipurt, Vermont, Steam Mannfarturer of Butter Tubs aud Patent Butter Pails, Country Merchant nl Farmara annulled at Wboieaaltt ortcea. tbe ltobertaon patent PntU r Pall ia the very beat tbing ot the kind in aae tor keeping mil tor, l.aril, Ac, periiTtiy aweei ( AI.I. ANIl KXAMIa'i: the dllTon'i.l alylea of Tuba and Paiia made al thle eaUbliahuietit. Mat liitierl, June &lh, s71. !lly2Ku II . A S A W Y K R (Slliceaaor In the MatlOliery liliailteaa to Jmnu Sawyer A -. wHot rjiAi r iiui ia ia ,s r A r I O N A H Y , KHOtil. ASH LLANK IXSKS, MAlilKS, aiiApfiKd rAfEiuc, paI'HS bans ano Taisrs, H'.lr. H'uie, HtuUr,, )'(tlree A'.giona, . No. 11 Me rchant' Row, lit IIVNU, vejimiiN I' 0 'OAL! COAL ! etinitaiitly on band al rt'IJ.KIITON S MaKIU.K Wot., M lyl',1 Maw l.i.iei 1 ti t FOR SALE. (5,000 EliVtiojieg, aohe inn. of.kr, tut sat rbrai. Ffery va- f ,ely.jf baelbaas eeti.rt.a. U