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tin i;MY. MAV . iii II T! b'SSi fjv.f ll :i'ti 1 -! !. I. H.t'-r, Trrorr ol H llarW-tu ! -trf si i,I on T' ':r, ptkjlof I m ;. l My 1st. II ... T. W. f,l h: 1 .!. li. 1! r.iiti-r sit- ii-ol i' ruiii.h H's'e Aincr.- ;i LsiAii-i' b.-i, in Iiiln. i, :U r Jr4 i.it':ii' !I of good which tir J .!l Hit hi (lCiff r.lottitl. Hard time don't aflcet tlx-to. -- H'.t Lib! r JVftrwU, l otbrr dy, ti'ii!t u rl; t"'uJ of tLlajtar ron ih. We c-it that $n!.k.m a j t.u i l m,r m.tcili!i hyr, rive it ; 4 baiifly ttit j'fetiffl U-e ffh, lnliWiHnuit:!;.!. -The Wt .;me of m.j.ks Kr j , , , . , Ii4ii 4 nijjar Wfikt f V. . .frilmaon of , Isi.hl "-nw r, VI. We wi lui iiih tli J'i usu. " ; til! ! eai the N. V. Wrtkh- limtt ll MfM-feutal i'tmtioti (r two dollar Hi a.l n. - That. i N. V. Wei kly Timrt ; t tnonih an.M .t iitu, one yefir fir I-', i A. J. fiiay, ha nrf lmd (he i :lw t.tu)tb Kl..j c nj.le.1 bf J. M. l.'n-; 'I, ami one and lhre-f,.nr1li a ten of j Ln.i, m&l injr a fine .t. :y i deler- j m'.ne.f lo n bll I be land thai join him. I Al-nl hs!f loll" i f Ihe (.'ra-liiif? of ; le.I the f g that hllct Urn .il an.l corn the l.ti-ti iihiii) 11. I." , iii nr the Itcmiiiij;-! 'i li d the 1 I'll) doen. The next inorn h.ii ,brf.t s ,oiii ! fi-.l . 'I Lis ro:d when Mnjr the h.iie wa- hilrhed ii, i.rodme liiiishc d w ill 1'imln. e an iinmeie amount h adt d. a lin of i(i, l.- In be juireli-eil of ad diiional fielj.1 t ( r the II. K. ft. II., j rsrofiilly jmni iled dow n and -frgualiiy" and larg-!y iii'irsM-the biiine of Hen-1 Martid br I he More, cnquii iu ofeaeli tiinKion. I-, , ,,,,..;,.,, ,,it - tl. ! liter n .la,e Ik inj , !ean d and K-1 1,0 sl'I,tal '1 l, f"re Xlr- Whitney, a ii;.h,lwittiiSi..l,.aIKrtnd whitewaMi!1,'"r",,Kl'1" l""'te'' ma" ml demanded for the Mi.nmer e ampain. Thi I lite r'tclory foinl market price for his egs, faon w hen It will not do to lean agalnM i but "W w,'re Charley bluh- aalUnleM one w bhe to rlll rv ,IP born, and the dillcrence of a cent on each mark with him. 1 tvery dozen purled the merchant and This' Mttfar m'jkjii clowd aoiiic time kiin e vt ill. only uhont half Ihe tistial crop in lhi t-ei lion. F.nongh, however, lane citifd tu nvim onr buckwheat and fur othi r pni po-e In w hi. li thin delectable production i ad suilicoiisly devoted. -l'lt tc. ii-ii.aii.ii.ir In the FoM ttlli.-c j heater, May Mh l"7.': Henry (i. . at Slain licater, Stay Mh I",.': Henry White. . A. Slcvcnn, Mr. Kloil Dupero, Alexander Ftillir, V. M. I.yon, Amaa K. I'heppen, llavitr Varin; Indies: Mr. Itoswell Warner, Mndi'tnoiH-lk li limee Ilerjeron. Wm. 11. Ill It TON, V, M. The hcason i Mill very backw ard, hut the cold elm wen and Moi nm nc have had are Just the thin for gr&, and will bring a njieedy relief to farmer w ho are short of hay, and their iiamo it legion. There ha been no spring for years when hay has been co hc.irce and high. Hay ing hay and feed hag drawn ftcrioiibly on the Mtrplut of our (arming population and money among them 1 corresponding ly fccarce. Several parties have commenced M'tiding milk to New York for the llrst lime the paM week, in the hope of a hel ler arrangement and better price in tho future. No new ones would begin and many of the old would atop were it not for the prospect of better things. We hut echo the sentiment of every milk producer w hen w o urge upon iIioho hav ing the liuMuck in charge to hurry the matter up and go in for a Mock company or any other acheine Hud will bring relief and we will back you. WfbM.er'i Unabridged Dictionary ha now Mood the tcM. of time, and received in approval not only that popular verdict which In the I'nited Slates ha called lor over fifty million copie of the Webster fteries, but Ihe thorough endorsement of our lcM acholara, a put forth Individu ally, and In the page of the aulhorltlvc IrlodicaU. It I not only, to quote Tro fwor Stowe, In many reflect the grealeM literary w ork which America ha ever produced, but It It In many rtopects the grcateH literary work produced ln any nation or age. Mr. Warren Fowler came to town on Tuesday evening with a i-plendid lot of Irnit trees of all kiiidn, we never re int'mhcr ofapi-in a better l't. lie will immediately commence to deliver to hU regular cuMomcr, but has etclra trees of d.nVrenl varieties, ao a fine chance ! afforded for obtaining a nice ansortment of fruit by applying early. Mr. Fowler will Im at I'eterliurgh, N. Y. on Friday licit and w ill alo deliver hi tree at Wallingford on Friday. Many of our citien w ill Ikj pained to learn of tho death of Col. Kalph J law Icy of Troy. Col, Hawley spent hi boy hood with hi uncle, Major Hawley, of thi pi. ice, and I e ha alo fpeut aportiou of each utiuimer in MancheMer. The Troy 'J'tmtt thin speak of hitn: "Hie band of death ha. Irfsrn laid heavi ly upon ti again, and one of our oldeM and moM prominent, as well a ItcM, citi-r'-n ha been taken away. Col. llalph Hawley died at hi residence, No. S WtMiington p!a(se, ve.terdav afterntKin at 2 l-'i o'(lk, of inllamriiation of the j lung. Ho had been ..Irk. WC lielieve, ! only three day, ttid the first intimation that many of bis friend had of hi illues w a the anrtouicc merit of hi .h ath. Col. Hawley ranked among our besl turret. - ants am! citizens. W hile never rpceial - ly t. lire in public enterprises, be took a lively Interest Iu them, and hi voice and Inflticuce ere aiw av given to the aii j of molality, virtue and religion. He wa ) a Ui"t e xeiitplarv u.an la ail the relaliunt ! of life. A a inert haiil be wa carefully prudent, but trUt!, bonorah'e . ; a in ,!. m.. t,t at especially on i.ging am. a.in.i, a. a nu. nana aim lather' 1.1. . . . ... . xawpl might -!! tri-ve at model; n.l u CI r.iSsn M. .'l ... I ,v. i. an.1 at tllt.st.au lis. a,ki.fcotmt - a - i'..,n arm i),.s t,f . tt, s .i i . :.i tion w ere tiioM- of a mt w ho pra. u-d what beptwubed. He held fto public of. fl, hat that of N ho.,1 CVmnas.ioner for two ye., wn nc w a u-U ly h. , txi'itajfue la the bonorablc position of: Pretidcul of the Board. Kme two year ! . . - . , ' ! sine lie Made a tour to I.urope, ktid It- . turned oiu h refreshed ia mind and bodv. I Hewasaj parahlly iu the enjoyment ;,f 'gamut health tip to the very tuoment cf tt last lilt, ft&tl hit Mends UA a rigU i i. aiito -juie s -ral ),r yet of n fubj ' ! , itfM tb.) atUrily i ,.f L.us. The ' tt.Bi-iir iU fsrtl li death. H, miU- tary .tie l obtained srvcrtJ je.r t';u a t-rff i tf thtOne IIutiJrfl aol ) illy f It-puriCM, M!( toiiiil." Mr. .rs Vf. SmUh h iJ ! hi rwi i"i-n to Giiu an Wilson and ill rr rooie with hi ("a.Miif y lo .wr!ija. A 'tiij'nv ! lb f it of our juijiijj iji' ii will have tint wcrk lo join a ' i'ny lrrro N w England about t wi ll; !!. Goreramehl lands on the North ern IV ifir II. K, !n Minnesota. A joung lad oh the 'west road' i f ii'..y surprise-d si tho remarkable r'totnl in lime in th tiiP many rtl- i)i!iif!)! klnul . At ixf in, at kluuuM ! tl unit moment ho lnrJ the whiciH . at Lat lKrwt. kin! at Salcui, Un UniK-ry , Vlf ln tui, rjiit.ft t,e lumber will ai J.u,i,!Cr!anl. tlx? S-minfiry n. the lWn r),K,, ,AMlvim. wt(,k , ,L,ifty fartI(el. m lr. jtai hahm have bwn fttm-iitly noiiwsl, . . . .., .. . , i : anil who lircn taft of I'eru low n line, had i coaied hi hcim la rontrihule a few pj;k thai uiitjht In! cchaiijt. for Hum! ii)u li i.ir.r,-ii.i,.i:s L.r it.. f....:i.- ti. !.,..:., ,.. i i -....i .,.. n... i.,.. I . wiim-jii-ii wt ie a liltlo contrary, Im- the .-t 1 1 to he f.llcl tu larffe, and, w hat was wrs than nil ol', the daily rort from l'rk A' Ainold'n utinwed ft j regular and con tant ibv line in the iri e of . i. but. .lien.e i nlwssre- w jintwl, one day last trn k ld Sjiei" i iieijtlilmr an he jotirneyeil alon-f, the price j of cj?s at the dilleretit wesU'rn inatkels. s ,!l hia cuMomcr and frugality, dohbiu and j egK, Matted for Factory 1'oint. Hut a i mm ion dillirully watt yet to be overcome, j l'ern turnpike lay exactly In him path and j Mr. Hill would certainly demand 12 eenls j rmii way for paMing tho old rickety gale i and he could not L'ct throuih and dltco (o W,C, Lo ,.tt10 ,)ack ,, lie g( , ,. . ,., ,,.,, .,,, ,, Ho had played that on Mr. Hill until it was play ed out. A bright thought came lo our frugal fanner. Ho would leave his team at the house juM. above the gale and go on foot lo Factory 1'oint, it was only three miles away and U cents wa do peniyng. This w a done, egg marketed, Yi cents saved, and our 'hero' was return ing with hi empty pail and a large bun dle of well selected bottom priced article and a ho w as passing the gate Mr. Hill stepped out and demanded tho toll, and reminded him of tho fact that ho had driv en his team over tho road once and was going over it again and that he bad run tho gate beforo and was liablo to pay a heavy bill of co-ts. This was too much for frugality ; tho future looked dark; It would certainly ho eoiticr to pay 21 cents than ten dollars and dit-crction wliifipcr ed "yon had better pay," and bo paid, and went home, a sadder if not a wiser man. J. DORSET. Winter seems loth to leave us with a little snow on tho mountain tops occasion ally a yet. Sinco tho fine rains of last week, nature seems to revive, grass in tho valley looks nice and green, and fruit trees are budding. Crops in Dorset are goiug into tho ground rapidly. Farm ers and farmers wives never were more busy. Our village district school commenc ed this week Monday, tho high depart ment taught by Miss F.mma Armstrong, the primary by Mis Maria Moore. EAST IHMSKT. A resident of this place informs us that Greeley is ahead there' and will got nearly the entire vole. How is that? WKT iUTKUT. The line, refreshing May showers have beautilicd the face of nature and made glad the hearts of the people. Farmers are active, plowing and sowing their Held, hoping for a ho.inti ful harvest. The good dames have turned more or leu of our house upside down pre paratory to receiving white-wash, paint and paper, and wo are happy to say that a like spirit has been lufiicd into the re ligion and educational part of the com munity, so that our church and school house arc reecivinif some of the modern Improvement. The Cheese factory is in operation a usual at thi season. - Wc have a select school taught by Mi Merrill of Iloston, who gives good stisfaction to her patrons. We hope lo have more pnpils from out of town in future. This week Thursday evening the read 'ntr circle meets at F.. Hawley'. Headers, Kcv. H. 1., Hayden, Mrs. May Harrington and Miss H..II M -Call. John I 'help and family who have j 'I""! the winter so pleasantly in this j place and vicinity, have thi week Matted j b"- their We-tern home. j Thi its healthy commuuily both ; physicallv and moiallv. The air is pure ' and Invigorating, the scenery from onr j hill ymuii beyoml dem-ription, onr val- ie fertile and no grog shop or grocery, j Our merchant, milliner, and dress- . ; maker are I preparing to supply the I . ..ir,.i .i ,m,.i.i , n...;, ..,,.' j tomr, ami be re let sn av, Mr. -. I. Hetrt-e and Mr. Clark have iin-ucJ ------- - , i,s.k..tL room at O. 1. Ik-bee's w .,,mn.o,i.twt ho . . . . . flTOr ,ll4.m mhh U4r patronage, and . . . i,ert! ,1(.j. fio,i in, ,iw.i ,moVfs, tlvi(.,, Mr. BK and Mi i ' l .ij, t. v,1 . of tuwue moch to lite gratiScatioi. of the jint,t;,. lAllilAX. "Mul,r 1 ),h '" U U, muK.n pie of the urchin. The kppeirauce of straw bat ou wir Mm l beraldi the eomlttg of pring. Tlie Imoille river b loen well Cl- 1 k4 will Jog daricf U t twl. TU, proptrty vt Mer. Claik A. l'.ordtiiao ; -IkuUr Alkn U J ilh;ouf Urf; ml fujtjklic. lWtU; fcn.frM -f ms; !c uirr from S w U LU ottJrrful U tuitiiii-ry, Mr. : V,,1. iVtiins t.f .VtorI ' Il.-t-rv in the f nivriMir of Vrrmoot d- httrf.1 m Intrwainr krtoi cm Thar- any cfi tiK- ;ii. ilfl. Sohkvl ! Il.nK. j Klin .. thf li!.-rrV h -icliw of U. Nrw i -J-f. HM. f I-ulrlW IU.i,U; lunthute on tl wctuion of U j U5 ' 111,1 1,e e" k,V(,,i' 'li,! ,, r? M,li annlrmtrr In Jat. net. Kuu.l ar ho 1 1,1 ul iu X,,,,r Wk- ,!,! n!t- iitg rioii fr tin1 luij-roTf incut of tlx" W-'UMt " iu-hiu"-- .IiH'l liuuhlou lm purclmmpJ Iiiu ry i( Juliu lUlU-rt lor t-',"""' the IVur Ui jjK hmiU of Nitat4A-a civkmh! Fairfax r!ain, cu route for (icoijiia 1 t ul, Jat wit'b. IVlah are. wllinjf at cent "x r hithel. ihmi n.i.r. .4nuw norm Mav th. .. . ,.,. .,sr ,a,lc pin inajne ni,ar main. IVi.e l' til 1. cenli. on I,. Livf-nuoiv i rtiniiiiig hi mill full lime, ii-itinjj out i hriir harks to Hull - WilliaiiH hs j(inc tt l!ulnn to buy ;-'"'- '.'. Wliwdor IfiiiU More whil Ins i ii. --W. M. Wheeler in Hi work f.irT. I.. l.ivcrniore in hi mill. .W,. (. Vb-b-r Mill reltmiiH Hi hid f)!ij .,.n.H i f. hi . -Mr. .b)si;h fiarnard, one ff Ihe lirst settler of this town, died at Obeijiu, Ohio, May 1M, aged 9.' ycais. He re moved to Ohio many years ago, but will be well rcincmliered hv tho old inliahi- lllts. At the exuuiination of teachers for the schools, ou Saturday, seven applied and passed a satisfactory examination and re ceived certificates. George It. Wvman, town superintendent, conducted the ex amination assisted by Geo. K. Davis, Theodore Hand, M. II. Lyon and 1. C. Siniond. I.ASIK.ItOVK. A son of David Howard fell from the high beams in the barn last Thursday, itijuiing him seriously. The physician thinks his recovery is doubtful. There was preaching in tho Union Meeting House, Sunday thoAlh, by the presiding Elder, who informed us that it was jn i to uncertain whether ho could find any one to supply us ns pastor tho coming season. s The public examination of teachers came oft" tho 4th. Only one Teacher was present, Miss Lamlferc formerly of Dorset who passed a good examination. Tho saw mill known as tho Bitmap Mill lately repaired by S. Griffith of Dau by is doing a good business. A neighbor passing through an ad joining town, the other day, made the re. mark that ho thought old barrel were a scarce article iu that towu as tho cattle showed the prints of tho hoops as far as could be seen with a telescope. A serious commentary on tho scarcity of hay. SOUTH I.ONDONDKKnr. Dea. S. S. Lyon is now at work on his new tin shop with three or four hands and the work is progressing finely. Such is the case with all that the Deacon takes hold of. N. E. Hart has rented tho old, well known, stand of J. L. Pierce, and has just returned lrotn Boston with a full liuo of all kiuds of goods usually kept !n a count try store. C. D. Farnum has just got his circu lar saw mill in good running order and is busy sawing out tho logs. Ho has some 8000 logs in his yard, and all in want of lumber will do well to call on C. D. CHESTER. We had a caucus at the Ingraham House, Monday evening the 150th tilt., for the election of delegates to tho Bellows Falls Convention. Twelve men conven ed and did the bvsincss in seven and one hall minutes by a Waltham watch. My rick Weutworth and P. H. flohhins, Esq. were made delegates. Pollards Cheese Factory commenced ttiifilliny cheese April, llh. A lurgo business is looked for the coming season. About i'oH lbs. of milk is now tho daily dcoit, but three times that amount is about the same as guaranteed as soon as the land "flows with milk and honey." The neatness of this establishment is absolute purity. Chester has a flourishing Fanner' Club, and those who should lie judges, fay, that the discussions at their meetings are marked by a practical knowledge of the subject, amounting to scientific analy sis. The able secretary, John S. Adams, Esq., often gives elaborate reports of meetings of the Club, through the columns of Ihe Windsor 'Mmo7, frequent extracts from which are to lie seen iu other papers. Gentlemen of taste and refinement will, nowhere, outside tho largo cities, find a better place to schyt an outfit than at A. D. Fletcher's. Wc have ever awarded to ''Del." the palm for discrim ination in the selection of gentlemen's wear. He ha just returned from market and his tables, shelves and show-case present bv far the moM complete line of i f..sl.t,iiiiilili. ktiifinoa. fiii-rilsliinir criwulu .,.S. Ac., ever displayed in Chester, while in the making up, the very plate which are i ever fresh from the foremost mart of fashion iu Europe and the United States, display no greater erfection in fit or st le of fsbi ie tli m. may any man w ho ; palroni4s this popular establishment. llUATTl.tlKlltd. -The annual roi.veulioi.of the Eiiico- :.. -...i ,.;n u I...... .... '.IBHI nil, IB, ll ! j I.. VII i ... ,,.i. ,.c ..., , .- I lovv. Jir. v yr uciivere.i to lecture on L... ,. ur u?ul,r si,ln,u.- Pv,.,. " 1 atl.er llvaciuln on MHMa even- t . St , , I -OM Mountain gave a grand spec tacle !ai week, line of fire a mile long, daiuago w done of com, bul it wa a grand sight nevettheles tor those who pM-ket were not iDge.l, Grvteful shower have fallen upon the dry earth, the gra rise np in living green for iu igti of apjireciation, bud ate iweUins ud the bird sing a loud a j they ran in t!e tfetwral f jiring jubilee I Lt Mvndar crcaing Mc.r. liar- naboe iJ FoKodtu, riU Arbu.-klc and : Smitll' in85,, f!)W,t tut k.!J inJ ArWli-, wl,t ran U "" of ,,u conK't 1,!'" k urai.i ni-r mi i.u jut CuUficJ Kolin Atlair." "I wish 1 w corc't." w her he ha rcMuc! wnrc an h m; at limn' rUU'. lie w the fct-ninr of thf firm of Hall, Bradley A Co. of that city. A. 1. Gale- i building an extensive j and had been the purchasing agent of the addition, to his harness shop. This addl Krie II. 11. When he died bo was one of '. tion i made necessary by the Increase in i the director; under the new regime. His : hi buiues. Mr. ti tle 1 one (if onr funeral wa largely attended iu thi place ! most enterprising business men. on the 1'th tilt, fie owned a nice sum- J ;c.v. F. C. Hoolh delivered the moru mer residence in town, and had lately j K rmoii hi the Methodist church last bought a valuable farm In Vernon. He ! jsahbath, it being the second lime that he wa always fond of his old home, and j ims preached here. He partially excused will be greatly mi-ed by all. i himself at the begining hv stating that on SANIKiATE. A little boy In the northern part of the town, an adopted son of John Knapp who works in E. B. flurd's luniU-r mill wa killed May ilnd. He had been sent to call hi father to dinner, and crossing a pile of log which had lieen loosely roll ed together down a hank, they gave way and he was crushed to death between Ihem. He wa a bright little fellow and beloved by all who knew him. 11. S. Hunt's water wheel to hi clothes pin factory having failed he has purchased a steam engine 25 horse power and is now getting it iulo place no more freezing up now. Quite a number of land siiilc have occurred in town this spring, one quite extensive on t. Hamilton's land, a sleep hill side near lo Miss Jeanuetle Wilkin son's buildings who don't seem particular ly grateful for tho providential donation, and would thank Hamilton to remove thp rubbish. w. it. it. Altl.lNOlOS. Tho lit. Kcv. W. H. A. Bissell, Bish op of Vermont will officiate in St. James Church, Arlington, on Sunday the I Jth Inst., at which time he will Institute the new rector of tho Parish, and administer the t'ifo of continuation. IIKNK1S0TON. The Glastonbury railroad is progress ing finely and gangs of men ate at work till along tho line. The friends of tho W'allootiisac road are getting discouraged and are asking why a public meeting is not called to sec If something cannot bo done. Mr. Kalph Goldsmith, who bus been quito ill for some time, is out again lo the gratification of his numerous friends. The Banner and Free Prm are in dulging in a personal quarrel which must bo anything but pleasant to their readers. It is vastly easy to slide into a quarrel of this kind but not so easy backing out. Tho last word is what both are after Eo. Jouksal. It will bo readily con ceded that roofing is one of the most im portant building interests in our country and every "periodical" of tho day, often alludes to the immense draft upon our forests. I am well awaro of tho difficul ty ol introducing to public favor any new method, however meritorious, and the fact that it is a "patent'' adds nothing to its acceptability. Nevertheless, I wish to call the attention of your readers to tho fact that I have received letters patent for an entire new method of roofing, and have put one on at iny residence which I earnestly invite every person interested in tho subject to examine, for tho follow ing incontrovertible reasons: That it saves one-half of tho roofing material as compared with shiugles, that it is less ex pensive, that it is much less liable to take fire, that it cannot lie blown off, and, that I have yet to find Ihe person who docs not give it his approval. Gko. V. P.0IS1NS0S. Bennington Centre, May 4, 1872. WILMINGTON. Dea. B. L. Barnard met with quite a serious accident a few days since. His horse becoming unmanageable, from the unfastening of a tug, he attempted to save himself by Jumping from tho buggy, and in doing this sustained a compound frac ture of the leg near the ancle. Tho bones were set by Dts. Pellie and Titus, and are doing well. The scarlet fever seems to bo on the increase of late. One school iu town is postponed on account of it. The hotel, kept by Wilder & Kidder, ho been taking a thorough brushing up, in paint, varnish and paper, so that it will he iu fine condition for summer boarders. Tho churches commenced their sum mer arrangement, last Sabbath, of having hut one sermon a day. The. Sabbath schools occupy tho morning and preach iug tho afternoon service. 11KKI.1N. Mrs. Mary Klingenstein died on (he first inst. We get about half a crop of Maple sugar. Hay i away up and grass a win dow n this spring. "Occasional'' says there was a much grass last year the first of April as there I now the first of May. Tho machinery of the graded school begins to run at last. The department at Albany has decided that the trustee elec ed at the tirst meeting constitute the board of education. School is to begin in a few day. Teacher are already en gaged and are on tho sot ready for hni ne. We fear thi graded school btisine- will be an eijiensive luxury. From present appearances I should iu.ke there I not to tie a much buildii.! iu our village tl.i spring a there wai last. I notice Job T. Wilcox and K. K. j Green are making line additions lo their : dwelling and 1. G. Dcnison, !.'-( , is fitting up a new lumber yard near the de- j pot. ; A large quantity of milk got to New- York from lk-rlin but not nearly all thai is , produced here. Frank S. ha started l is : cbees factory again near the village, j -The higliest hill were white MayJtii ; rid k formed thick window glass. : ! Howing I pretty well along hut not j much sowing or pUnting done yet I do not bear of a republican in town that i troubled with Cincinnati fever. d -rjuvra! have it (j ic tUeuf Any pit la a im. t-u:,ju.l,1 flail i ivv ivii,-a U.r.A.iiti rn i aiii.nv ta triiuc tummrr stjesu. ; t,T ,t t'stii!cr ate ilt.injj fine j ; huiit" in tlti ir new lvrc. Now the ' h!..fk is cum) Oettsl am! even thing klxmt '' a in ship li.'ije it lorms uuf of tlw finpst : ' jla. l"r hiis'mrs in the rmintry. Frank Hand ha commenced the; e n-ctiiui (if a iare busincs block on the j corner toward the depot. Improvement : is on Ihe rampage at the Sptinj;. j v.T IthlKuV account oi recent illness no l.u.l not pre pared himself as he would have done had it been otherwise. His text was laken . - .... . . . . troin Isaiah 40.-;'.0. He opened hi dis course by describing the difference lie-' tweeu Icinpotal and spiritual strength, j He spoke of Ihe nations of the earth, their; rising and downfall andgnvo a the cause! of the latter tt neglect of duty, the love for fashion and display, which would in liuie conn; to a dl-like for labor, and falling into thai languid state which char-! acleried the French nation. Ho also spoke ol the faults of Napoleon, and quoted I bo remark w hich he made lo the French nation, That he wished to con vert France Into a flower garden, Into a perfect Eden. He enlarged upon the faults of the present time, and seemed to long for by gone days. His theory being that tho peoplo of Hie present day wished to do something great, something which might make them popular, but they were too inactive and really too delicate to carry out any of their plan or desires. If they could not perform some great thing they would do nothing. Following Ibis was a beautiful illustration which ho presented showing that he who wailed upon the Lord and was active in relig ious duties, ever ready to speak a kind word to his neighbor when he met him, was regular in attending meetings and never failed to assist in any way the progress of tho work of God, was ro" ncwed in strength. He it is who is hap py. Aim such men never law to bring with them a cheerful countenance and a happy heart. Thev aro tho pillars of the church. Ho lingered long upon the peo ple of the present day. Ho ridiculed the kid glove and tissuo paper aristocracy. That our ancestors were happy while at work with their loom or spinning wheel. They could walk eight or ten miles a day and thought nothing about it. But the present generation aro very different. They can go to church only when it is calm and pleasant. They could not walk but must ride. They could not porform household duties for their hands would by that means becomo rough and largo. I trust tho young people of tho place will bear iu mind tho morals which ho so clearly illustrated. It is a pity that wo could not have known before these essen tial things in eveiy day life; but wo trust the "young minister" will observe the improvement when it has been brought about and remark upon it. I for one think il would be extremely impossiblo to break through tho laws of custom and go back to thoso of former days. No, look forward and let your motto bo "Ex celsior''. Flowekimo Mah.k. CHATHAM. Weather is very warm and pleasant. Tho lilac and horse chestnut trees are coming rapidly forward, the heads of each of tho above mentioned varieties aro quite advanced. Several of our enterprising citizeu s, by their united effort succeeded in sot ting out a remarkably fine and thrifty elm tree on the station grounds last week. If the tree flourishes, as it gives promise to do, it will be labor well spent. The rapid strides that have bee made in the vegetation of tho country, in tho space of two weeks is remarkable. Tho fields seem to bo nearly as green as usu al at this season, and if tho warm weath er continues sjcadily, we may hope to caleh up with time. I'AWI.INU.S. Several attempts have been mado re cently to burn tho village of Pawling, Dutchess Coutily, N. Y. Wednesday morning of last week the Catholic church was fired, and il, with iis contents, was entirely consumed. In Ihe afternoon tho excited inhabitants held a meeting and offered iL'.oOo reward for the arrest of the incendiary. SI'KIIAI. MIIHKS. Thk (irM or thk T'HI.KT Hie world y i Hu .ooosT. It field' tlie U-etli pearly alnte, niJ" In tlio tiri'ttl. rri:riit mlor. -s.unitmai.iuK uie ill-humors nhii-li nmiaiT fi'iw from bl tu itloc ted set nt tci-ili. Suoiiosr la cunviMiii-iit, aud iiriiilix'u sensation at "lice o ilelightf.il, tint makes it if .eure to use H. H)il:iiK's dine mil incnit v.mr Mnaciu tr. Thi nt'tt It -i(iikr ("ommu.ueatioi. f A-h'iiirm fjiici-, I'. A A. M., .il l held on Tliiiraday I'VCHIII!', Jw-o I'lill, l-i. K. I.. WVMAN, W. M I,. C. liliMH, H. W. A.l.i.iliaiii I liupl.r. Nil. 1, It. A. M. Ne-it f rnUr cN'riviirati'ifi n WV'li.ia.lay vt.- inij Mv 'il J, at ii d' t. r,. : ij vim, h r J. P. tll.At K, h- . t X. E. HART. : I have rm 1 into I he tor fnrmrt. - ! cr i . ' l "rte ' " " ' rf f mnl tli? M'M K (if DRY GOO D s ilicln 1:11' ln.m (i-.i. Prints, Cation ( c-ttn. i- 1 y v .-.; i... ( 'ft.. Very, f'.j'er Hang.r.ga, oidow i urlaioa, Ciocertea, i.f all kin tw .li w- iry, I" ale j ware, Y'-ntr, 4c, ic . Ac. 1 ,;; eii to aa a. tl.ep, fr .-.!, a. ll.e tau e i ...! o l rutigui i al my at-n , IU to WJliliil. S. .. HALT. Mytli,l7X Zr.tf N'lth 1- t " b '!, Vt. f TX'It AM KINPOr tMX'I'S TOt WI-slI T(l j 1 ' J, ail m ' UUAl'U Y ULAlKMLi:, , 1 v Uxt lnl. M''"' K rKTU f r a v r. n c o h u a it s AT n a l r viae e jTwo Boxen for Twenty (ivo Outs. TIF TOP yi'AUTY How in that for Low ? A Largo Slock of FANCY GOODS, YANKEE NOTIONS, DRUGS, MEDICINES, etc., elc. etc., etc., etc, lo ou titi.J, all tlibu inmitlulioil Kixsl". ml tbnnatnU mure, for Hie ty I,. C. OltVIH. Uaneheati-r, Vt,, Fet. 7tli, 1H7Q. tMlyi.iO. "JvjEW coons, New Goods, Just received hi ItKAIiLI V M.Al KMI.K'S. TILE'S CASH STOKE. Dry Goods, Croc erics, Spices, Clothing, Boots, Fish, Gloves & Mittens, etc., elc. Tea 73 cU. Ctt 11.25 HuKr lOij eta Gt 134 eta Clothing 10 V cent, off Winter prices. Caned Fruits cheap. Call anil look at k1 rd yon will buyof E. 0. Tt'TTbE, Old Furnace Wore, East Dorset. Et Dorset, Vt., Feb. 7th. 1872. 376tfx fjARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS, Fiue aaaorti.ie.it AT B1UDI.EY Jt BLACKMKHS. -p( PERKINS, OI'OOHITK TUB MI.'SIO HALL. MANCHESTER, VERMONT Ha on liand aud la constantly rere!vliif( upply of ail kind of UMiDWAKK HV 1 1.1)1 SO MATKKIAI.H. PAINT. OIL. t.l.ASS, PUTTY , KTKNITUKK, UOACH, DKMAK, AND s-ill.I.I.A"' VAItMIH II Komwi.e (lit, lieuKii), Nptinu, Whale, lard, and Liilnii-atiiiK Oil PAINT, VAKSIMI ASI STItlPINO BRUSHES. VAIirKXTJCKS AM AM MAT." TOOLS. SAKlt COI:i, I'LOTllltS LINKS, AMI LATH TWISK. A lot of I'lunib and ferula, very cheap. The beat teaortmeut of Ulan in Ihe eouuty. Tli Celebrated U. ,S'. StnniUird Jfeimurini; liixh. A large lot of f'HOi'K Kit 1" AM IlLASSWAliK AIJiO A Full Line of Groceries W hare Ju.t i--ied 4iKl fi el of Mai'h.ue C'taiiboarda, which will 1 a.dd erv low Alao kit til Graiivillo Brick, the t,t there la. Agent for llinrf'i Htiiwlnnt iVci, 11 l.ud Eayle's PaUnt Hand Sleds f if pj.ja aud tin 1 Bee, tb bl band a.-"! out foe sue cheap. Ait kir.it of carpeiiU-t wwk douv m lb tami Bix-.iM-r. MurUur, Vt., lwh t71. l)So I ..,,, ...... h I HATS A CAIS AT KHAUI.t y A 1:IAC1. M I II H. L HOWAUH. W If ! i a V s I - I r i I ft X-M 111 l: I , iitrSii. ua j (V l.liW , V I VI t - . f. I- ; i am 1 1.1 v II i 1 1" k niii..'iiii, ! AMI Sli i, 1 I i 1 I i) AM , Si I t I I I i cilt N Akin t:,trA . !..!.., t,. 1 : (.!! ! .-, in hi- l'..ait 4.i1.'l firrp. 1 0lOi- 'ft. l-.ri- t f' i It. I i ' . -I - i )s .. I I I ',IJ.;s.;l III. Ii I.J S . I Bh..fci- lliP (--.111 .( oii.i r jnwitaf. lui lrn,m .- pur. rhM sn.li.ti R md.'-'-l p.ii.. . ..-t. . ft UU' fl 'ttl 1 ' I-' I' f !! I I ' .M. . I li mlis Ti ' If i v.. ' .l,-r-.SVrt i4.f.-. V. S1 Air'-..l t.f li - l.i:o t K IIAKuK I I.A-T1V 1 K S I ! fi II . SI WtSO VI M I11SM i aiit I inilln .1! hn tvi'l Hit li.I.ti .1 -if . uic-KiM in Iti sit nf im oi 1 ttis. tun , t, li"tlirr it.. ur!..hb In l-uri I.SM. i'i ricl. In -U ftl lur s r.nii. fti. l fftniMS.'.-i. ito-ius. Ivr. villi 0ii it.il rrritl i-tfti.-. u( nmi r.ai-. in i. t-y .-r-.miil t lUillslt.'M Ui) 1-1 . mi? i.r afll, i.- tbt't li.if r ! ttiti ihcrit. Such . ;.o. nv w!.i .rii. ; ftliit IliiSM- .iUa r Kr.t.4 mm fto... j N.I IiO'Iuiimi lisfn s:i t liti W.tcLi. r,if. i full. ? j iiw-.i, 1 .iKf&t.nn tw-ftiiti'u'lT &-i.o t. i All w-U .f mptiy rl'Tiili-4 m Hi. 1-..I w.'ik. ; tiiftiiliiii1 n-,Miif f'f a l!t-rl i.(nijwn.o.n, i II. b IIOU AKtl, ( .l!r IV-.t (I'Sru Mcfllt, Factory Point - F.-.ty IViiil. list 34, ls l - Yotmoiit, tt.'iiri) fiutifi li'AKM Foil SALE. KtuaUvl al-i Three Miles from the Village of Jamaica ai. 1 almi.t tlie Atumt VI il aci ttnvbrivd. tnilil anion itistaut-e fumt l'.,li.lMtir ,,-d land r II wali-tnl, mtt ie;. a fti'd i ri tia.it, ' h.'ir.' . tat k'c amount nf lit mlm a ta K, sia. to liat.l, alio r tunes ap.n.sp it.d hard 's-.l tuntier. I lo s.,1 itlnniili ii.t.iii ttian pa i i' aold on rasr trini. and t a t-ars, liuit'i-i and fin the lain., vi .il I lif AT lUCiiUN If applied til Li loir uiidi r contract. Itie -Mt Poi-r I. sill. ad I. I.. N. HI'ltAUl F. tlstti Jamaic. Vt., Krli. Hlli, ls72. I,)K SALE. for a-ili tiia liol.se. lot in il titrn iUnnU'ii on tin- ,i net of Mali, and North Mum Kln-cU. (.H hi' "ill !) Hid Ittutdi) '!-". im .'-.it- -1, in the iMuith irl of lli villit- u Mum Kiiiit, to (jntlier wilri otic ncii1 it Uml ur thirty Ihtt . tvm of Uinl, nil 'lt ti rc-l, kkI fnul iMill.iii). in K'kmI mpair. A I no Iwiiitr rimhI lintltliHn lot ou Mum Stiot-t iintl am much Usui buck h our Ijan miotiry to hv for ; nil in uh. f on cf tin) In l iitdiuutiona of icmriiitit; in Dtp htHtf, mitt onn run n'mt ttmt of ila.v frm tin1 ciii k tu tli i It itr h lownr frm i ltlicr fioiit tiuiT. Jhtit i$ tht tiinv mut "'' !( I'- tn 1 uy cheap fur mth or omtit. A. J. (.lt.V. Maitv.u'htur, Vl., April mU, 1h72. ;.',-; w U j)KNTISTHY Tlie antisi-rilier would leanii'tfiilij ii.ro. ,.. the people of M a in lie st er anil vicinity that lie ha pnirlised tho husiui-sa of Hi. A. M. lid. i. am. and voil col. Untie it l the same place, whore tin hope to reeeive the patroi.K "f " "ho iniiy have work to do in lua linn. lie Intend to do nothing hot Good "W o r k And tltitirniihvB Sittirfitftion tit Ai-rn; nstun'. Prlcps will he a low ta heretofore and work will be done a euimply t any eo.intry oltion. lie will be at hi oIILk in M.incliester at nil time eeett en the eeeond week of each luontlt. On the win a oiini.iiiiii inir will, iiim aeconu Mundav of racli nmntli, until further notice lui will be at M". Klin's Hotel iu Pondvilln ; oil Tues day following at Teniiy Hotel, Weston ; on Wednesday at ltrowu'a Hotel, Hoiitli liiulon ilury ; on f'huril.v t Tonushen.l j on Friday at Or. (spring a Jamaica. T K lt M S V A S 11. OEO.lf. HWIT. Maucliester, Vt.. Not. 1st, IH7I. 2.134tfr ( COMMISSIONERS NOTICE. We, the iibscriler, tiding appointed hv tho Hon. the Probate Oourt for tho District of Man- cheater, Ounimlaaiouer to receive, eiaiuiiie ami adjust the claim and lui.ia.nl of all prison again! the eatnte of I.ydi '1 houia lle nf I.nidjrovo In said 111 not dei-eascd, and also all claiina ami demand exhibited iu onset thereto; anil ail month from the Sd day of May, 1h"2 U-uik al lowed by ld ( ontt tor tnat pnrpoae, we no, therefore, hereby K,ie notice that we will attend to the buaineaa of our appointmeul at the ilwe. linff lionsii nf Kb Abbott, iu l.ainlKiuve, on the llddayuf Koveu.ber, lsvi, troui one unlll four o'clock, p. in. i on aaid day. Dated at l.a.iitK'ovo llua Hi (lay or JHv, A. ., 172. AUHTIN F1-.N. rolll.. JOHN F. TIlOMI'iHON, 1 MARY W. HARD'S ESTATE. Htat ok Veiimont, Mancheatiir District, . At a l'rol ate Court held 111 Mauchuater, wilhin and for said Diatrict of Manchuatur on the 2olli df of April a. D.. 1S7.!. Freseul Hon. IS. n.irum, .1.1110. An Instrument in writing purporlinK to be the last will and testament of Mary W, Hard, late of Arlington, in aaid district, deceased, wa presented for probate. Whereupon ft wa ordered that said iimtrun.ent he proven at a I'roha.e lo.iit to be held on the last Wedniwday ln Mav, 1H7J ; awl that notice thereof he Kiven to all pewm in terested by publishing a cerlllled ipy of the record of aid order three week snccenelvely in Thk Manciikhti h Joi iisai., a newspaper print ed at said Manchester, previous to sanl loon of hearing. A true Uncord, Alteat, I.OVEI.AND Ml'NKO.N, Iteginter. A true ooiy nf reeord, Wl.lw Atteat, LOVtLASI) MfNHON, ltegl.U-r. VLSIE COLVIN'S ESTATE. - Htatk or Vkiim-ist. Maiichealur Dlstnel, . At a Probate Court held at MalirheeU r 111 lull aud for aaid Dintrict U Manchester ou Ihe 2Mlt dav of April. A. D. l7i. f'reaeiit. Hon. I'.. II. Iliiitini, Judge. The eiecntor ou the eaiale of l.late Ci.lviu, late of llorai-t in ai I Ilistili.-t, deceased, mute application to ssid Court to render lua ara-uuni. whereupon it waa ordered that said iccount be xainii.ed for allowance at probate Court lo lie held at the Probate OHIi-h. in Manchester in aaid District, 011 the last Wednenlay Iu May, 172; and that notice thereof be given to all per on liilercMcii by publishing ccrlilled copy of the recoiil of ealil older threw week s.n'ceiv ly 11. the Mm iii-sii Jm mil. newapapi r printed t aaid Mai.eliei.ter, pievi 111s Ui id U'oe of hearing. A true record. AUeet, l.dYKI.ASD MUNSOS, lb gisler. A true eoi.y of record. Attest, l.llVI.I.AMI Mt'NKHN, liegl.l... lns2.!i VANCY McLEN ETHAN'S ESTATE. A tVlATV. OK vrUK.OT, Malicl.eater IllatliCt, a, At I'fohate Court held t Maiieheati 1, within and f-r aaid Dietii' t of Man -hesti r, on the .iil day of May, A. I 172. present, Hon. K. It. IluMon. J.i ige. Ihe Fiee.itor on the eatale 1. 1 Nancy M I." n ethau, latent Handgate hi sul D.stiii I, di-cesel, made tpplicati n to aaid Oiurt for an exteiiaiou of the tm.e In retof re allowi I by aa.d l.omt 01 wlindl to p.V the debt and atltie the 1 Uto of the aaid dn-i-aw d. WJ.erenpoii it was ordered that hiianog iie.u aaid application be had at l'jol.ai Curt Uj be held at. lb 1'iolia.e Oiil'-e in Maiiel.eal.-r, 111 said Dixtre t on toe last VV. dio-rday 111 May, A. J., I7'i ; aid I bat noih-e Iher.-otl he y it u pi all pi rn-iria i.ilereale.t by jiuhiiahiuK a-eeruaid ropf ot tlie I'-.-oid of ai denier thr.-e we. k since, ivi !y 111 'Ins M 1 11 run 11 Jm ..., nejier ptio'i'it at i I Mai.ehiater, j-re.ious lo ici.d t-lii-s of iii ii.li;. A true record, Attti-t, lEIANUMI'SHON, licf;itor A tine e ip of rei I. Atieai," liVt,l,AS Ml N-SOS, U' i;''-r 'si't ! :i IS. COVEY'S ESTATE. t Al a 1'rie ate 1 .out lo id at Hlaie'li'-.o-r, w.Onii I ...1 hr aaei liuill- t of Mate Uii-t r, on loe i.ll of May. A. D ,l7l. preaeut, Hon. It.. H. tiurloo, Jietgn. '1 be txe-illrfir ot toe Jat wui and t'' a uie.it of John lc -lO'ev, bate of handsale !o aatd lo-tflct iiN-e..ed, pre'a.nud au aj'pieaooii ta nimK bi aaid (M'lill p.a.oig for a Iioiim ;i ai it ad tt ! real cioat 01 mvi nnoie 1 r- prrvwitiK ; Ina-t II wild hi b-O' fl-ii to i:.-i iea'cem,-! 5 4,. ,i,ler. -t' -1 10 A t fi .v. .-li!. to bat 1 t 11 ,1 ! ataie "id : f rt loe reaoo t ,( aael leatt e a'-d ! ail lliOfrsled are eill.if w ,eo--i or loioo.a aiel ' at co!t'Ueiitiy uteso-ti to work a-ii mrty on j aol real eat ,nilaO;v, I W licooips'li It wi. Oi-lnii. t tbat h- 1,1 Mp ill ; .aid ai'p.,i-.t.ii h: l.e.ii a' a l'( iV.'.. coofi l 01 hwiil al U.e l'fA,U' I eo- e in Mie-oob r . 10 DiaUlctoli Uir lal WrUlMila III Isl t , so l I that UMoe of at'd a p.i'-ti o 10 n-toia a;cl J teaautie thereof, aiet lea too ao-i Oac 4 hai--I ll g tirr,B i ilfc.. Sli prraol.aU.1.-lil bt J publiatiii.g a certified e.y " the rwir of "act ord'-l llitee w.aka aaei-w.eiy In the Slaie bi; ; ler J-rt-aaaL, a 'w;.ape (- .! Mee tbeater, pfc-.'iia l-i 'l l-lait if bear ft,, . j A true oe-ori,. Atui, U'I- f-ASD HVSHiX, g.a 1. A tm ef -Jf of f ..r.l, Atf .t, IMH.'-M' W !'.! o r, 1 !r,t ;.,. G.