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M,a, ' joltbe UiiU m Kitctiaion, ami urge Mr Wiiii4 roetrary lJ lUripw.,,, im,ll0liUle puttiu m t,f "that Uii-. t all hw Lit ..ij.,!wimtary !JOUnj thc Walloom- Pl.Artionn.i't.t l-i!I tirnjirh grat.Uiig j w vam ,ijje t) Tr t), n a4.l.inal m'.mU-r .f IVngrt-M to lh .. ., , Vrrm'ir.t an.i iwvcrl oihtr Stat'', an.1 llirro i rotjiJrrl!e rofKcl U.at it will thf Hcnat, ler the M nU. auJ Houe p'-tj ri'!y aJhrre U 0- prattioc i.flttiiijr ca.li hoa dvtennitie ijuia. tion rltit.(j to it wn tucmlr. In the till lom' a law Vermont w ill 1 have tt.o name iiuiulcr of rfprc-wtitatm-i an i dintrict ah now ha, i4 Mr. WiH.ir.l will probaMy claim hia rijrht t' r.M.Hhue hi eat, anc it w a ly hut ffiurt iiiuuu that the hill w carrit-4 ami t(r n-frc(iitative ave4 to the U1'. TIOl. IIKMIK itrrii KIHKVIKH, The P.'tiKH'ratic National Committeo havo dechled to hoi 1 Uieir convention at Baltimore July f'th to nominate can diJatr. In the meantime they will wat. Ii public aentimetit and learn what the Philatloljihia Convention jiropoiwa V Jo and then make their nominations accordingly. Many Democrat and onto of the paper of that perauaaion at the north and nearly all at the south favor the adoption of Greeley, on the anything to Iteut -Grant doctrine, but whether thin will be the courne adopted by the convention or not remains to be mnu. Thay will not do it if there is a reasonable, chance of electing a candi date of their own. TIIK IKDK AL HKKIItlKHH. The IUdical Reformers held a con vention in New York lant week. They adopted platform which provides for a new Constitution of the United States, a national code of civil and commercial law, tho abolition of mo nopolies and a Mjstein of money and currency on a basis of public credit, the employment of unemployed per sons by the Government, universal gov ernment lor the wholo globe, minority representation, and that this party shall Ik.' known as the Equal Rights party. At the evening Bcssion Mrs. W'oodhnll delivered an address, and prophesying; that from this conven tion would go forth a power to shape the world. Mrs. Woodhull and Fred erick louglasH were then nominated amid the greatest confusion an candi dates for President and Vice-President of the United States. An angry dele gate, disHatisfied with tho candidates, moved tho nomination of Spotted Tail, suying the Indians ought to be repre sented hero before niggers. Another delegate suggested if Fred Douglass declined to accept, a heathen Chinee be nominated in his placo. Tho Con vention broke up in an uproar. TIIK lOLOHltD VOTE' Some of Mr. Greeley's friends say that a majority of tho colored voters will support the Cincinnati nominations, but, as far as heard from they decline to have anything to do with Mr. Gree ley. Fred Douglass, the most influen tial colored man in the United Stales thus wiit.-H in the lust number of the National Eta : ' We cannot tee, for the life of us, bal clasH of men will be likely to runh t the support of Mr. Greeley, There waw a time when the friends of a high protective tariff might have so rushed ; but who believes now that Mr. Greeley ores anything for the tariff, alter his letter to the convention, plainly design ed to capture the free trade vote f Ite puhlioaiia cannot suppoit hirn, for ho is no longer a republican. Iho rebels might support him, in recognition of Urn bailing jrCcrson Davis, ainl steadily shouting lor universal amnesty ; but rcbela are not made of that forgiving itu!T They remember the old man's war cry if 'On to Richmond,' and his fiery appeals for a vigorous prosecu tion of the, war, to well either to for give or forget The Labor Reformers cannot rally lor him, because they have already a candidate. The temperance men cannot very well support -Vr Greeley, l-eeauso they see him plainly m league with those who like and mut-'t have their laget . Vtiiliout multiplying words we speak a colored man, one who has uo in : erect in public all'tirs higher than the freedom and elevation of our long en slaved rae we say frankly to our Cin cinnati fiieu Is we cannot support your candidate. Colored men are not so nth in political influence and tower that Ihey tii sflord at this time to! throw either away upon men who, however eieellent, plainly cannot be elected. We he no to tea to throw v. hen we vote uow, we should n 4 will, vow for victory. The fire is aituu-j ..r me toirJ child school fi.iuM; ia all the Gulf state ; the knife A the KuUuv aKMuuiinis read for the u.rcu i tte colored men of the South Cir.cinnaU holds out no oiwurance t,f .00 directors "move on the works" protection from fire and death. In fact. with "that thousand men" armed with the liiM'tnijalt movement wrests tha'.i 1. . .. col-d man . Iibeife. fnm Z custe . K T Lec,U dy ot the nation, the only power that row- 1 litil lhp lhe IWe Ve murt fares fr it, a&d put it it,u the bands ;cue us if we adhere to our original of local gjeraieat, w hich wouM i or.inion that the uresent miiiffr !-.! . ... .... . tiwv uvsitot 11 .a any cuiort-d wo wUuke tie meaning 4 u,.t pU i ' , r , ; "aM"M " ve tnuaren. wsj iatheCimmnau pUtforfo? No; the! Ia conc,UM'a wo ,H mml,y add wm the daugLur of tLe late Thorns time Los tot yet coot to txchatge old j i a' t th general t pinion Shelovy, w ho drowned himself last sea frie&ds and tinted uuirtimeiiUi:ue fwr j f tne people in and about Bennington j btlug also deranged. nrw r,?1 VW cSicehere or that no more trains will be run by the On Tueedsy wb, jSd insi., Wm. .8 lUi th mo:M-u- !- f f tie ' !; d-'Ja u, i-forr p! fcrr- n.i!'..!; f f pV, M with hrdlip sod drrer m -or at ? : 1 rtia ti depths !! oof soul we !, treat. ctt ry n ): rr-i man Man 4 C.mfy by the rTubl.ron on-J t r the mm : tal party is l-outnj toiler i t; ... frsi - - ;'" - t MT1KIK HKIH V tl.K HUUWOIK MlllKOiU. Tk e .. tww.4 n.ria.... s UiI.ii . 1 leil.e Mallr-en ftaa..M.. Ikla.rf hil.. 1 k. !. points. Nothing ahort of biiilJmg j their road will save the projectors of the Wa'iloomaae from appearing before the people of this county as humbugs of the "large blue kiud." Thos.5 who believed the statements and promises made eighteen mouths ago that Pennington should have a new railroad to Troy within ninety days have discovered that they are "deluded victims," and begin to rea lize that the big talk about the Wal loumsac was on; talk signifying noth ing. We say again to the AValloomsac directors, if you are in earnest, build your railroad as promised, otherwise you will be regarded as mere schemers who are working tho Wallootusac sim ply as a "political placer". The people understand this matter, and you can not shirk the responsibilities of your statements and promises. You must do something yourIvf before you "throw any more dirt" at the men who put a road through your Fair ground and over the old town hill for the bene fit of Bennington, at an extra outlay of more than twice the cost of building your share of the 'Wulloonwac. Wo repeat, build your road or come out like men and advocate the opening of the old Troy line, and uho your influ ence with your Troy and Boston allies to that end. Sections 8, 9 and 12 of the Walloornsac Railroad charter ap proved October 19th 1870, read as fol lows : Section 8. Said railroad company may contract with tho managers of any other railroad company to do and perform all transportation of persons and property upon and over theirroad, and may leaso their road and do such other things as may be necessary to build and run their suid railroad, and branches ; provided, that tho railroad of this corporation shall not be run un less tho railroad company, with which this railroad shall connect in the state of New York shall keep up the connec tion with tho Harlem Extension R. R. at a place known as the State Line, until tho branch of said railroud to North Bennington shall bo completed and a permanent connection made at that point. Section 9. If said railroad com pany shall not, within three years from tho approval of this act, commence the construction of said railroad, then this act shall be void. Section 12. This act shall take ef fect from its passage. It will be seen that more than half of the timo allowed by the charter for commencing the work has expired. We oak the editor of the Freel'rex if this long delay after such jMsitive promises that the road should bo built immediately 7 does not render the pro jectors of the enterprise liable to criti cism. If tho insinuations of the Free 'w last week as to the coprsc of a leading director in Pennington are true, or if the late statements of tho Troy l'ri'xf, that "the building of the Walloornsac Railroad is not likely Ui take place under its prcscut directorship," and that "if there had been life and energy enough in the Wallootnsac corporation to answer the purposes of the slowest going sloth that ever knawed bark the road would have been built by this time," are correct, we certainly ought not to be blamed for giving our readers our opinion of these Walloornsac gen tlemen who, to say the least have made as much noiso about their project du ring the past five years, as the building of scveu miles of railroad would seem to warrant, taking into consideration the fact that thus far they have tabled much, but dune mihtng. Section 8 of the charter provides that the Walloornsac Railroad "shall not be run" unless those of our citizens who reside on tho line north of North Bennington are accommodated at trad as well as at present. This was an amendment inserted for their protection without which the charter could not have been obtained. We can assure the Frte Pro that if Bennington thinks it for her interest to jinvest ISd.OOO in another railroad, wc !t the north end shall not feel called upon to offer any objections, and will cheerfully withdraw our "political plat er" theory whenever the Walloom- ' O me-an foht.!ier v .n tlite l!V 1 I .. . .. .1. - r . . i J f.T.l u;i.:.pi'( 1 11 n.e .uvui,- . branch t-f the Wallo- niac ri!tI ,j t ;,f.y ,, i(-r ., J.,,, " tiik i.tK Jtm.r ' rvti.in. oi hot., , j ni,. .......... ......... ... tl. low n a4 a f.mi rM.eft of I-'o. , .t f. w , iii;;u.ii ami ouoc wi . - " iijv v..-... j ur.Ur for interment in I c!!wck1 Cem ttr-v Kini.i.uifi 1 t!,r willow of the llnl, ll lW.1 '.ll I.Jwar.t S. ai.4 The fo.hiwini; notice uf Judge Iham wceilrart from the wrmou of Itev. Mr. Cii'hmatt preached lat Sabbath: Judjie lhin wa bom in this town in A"f,ukt 1 lie was ednmied among these kill and mouiiUiiii, iretare4 for CJli, K0 tx utv. Ir. Jai-kkon, of lorK-t studied law with Judge Skinner and practiced for a time st Rciiniiigton, after which bo wa raided to the bench of the tupreuie court. leaving Vermont lie re moved to Now York city, where he con tinued to practice his profeccion with great success. The following notice of his death appeared in tho New York Post: "The death of Judne luhain aO'ecta a w ide circle of sorrow ing frlemU and brings up uiauy memories of adittingnihedcarerr. Rarely do we Bee among us a representa tive of that clam of men old timo judges who were raised to the bench, as it were of iiecesaity, purely because of the weight of their professional influence and character; whoce decisions formed strictly on principles of c.piity and the common law, illumine the courts of the country, are cited abroad with respect and contin ue to be quoted long after their authors have given place to younger men. Such a man was Judge Isham, for a long time an associate with Chief Justice Redflcld aud Judge Bennett on tho bench of the Supremo Court of Vermont, in its best period; but of late years a resident of this city and of Piermont. He was rarely seen in court although ho was a counsel lor of eome of our most influential men in matters affecting tho largest interests. His reputation was known through New York, New Kntfland, and sotno of the western states. His example was a most useful one in all the relations of his life, prominentia ho was necessarily in society, a standard bearer and an active member of his church, and one who zealously per formed every duty of the citizen. Surely in his case wo perceive 'tho memory of tho just is blessed.' " Above all, the crown of his life was tho bright shfhiug of bis Christian faith, in which ho was in structed by a mother ho tenderly revered, ami in which ho lived ; which sustained him and gave him sweet peace in his pro. tracted sickness, complete resignation to tho will of'God in tho nearness to death, audfm asctiranco clear and all sustaining that ho should soon be with his Saviour and with tho dear ones already In Heaven. KIMHF.lt KKSOKT ITEMS. The Pino Plain Advertiser learns that several wealthy residents talk of erecting a io,W) summer hotel in that town. Hon. A. J. Crano has bought tho inter est of II. II. Howe in the American Ho tel, Burlington, and will tako possession on the l'jlli. Tho hotel is to he eularged this season. Mr. Harlow 11. Priest, tho popular clerk is to remain. Tho Clarendon House at Clarcudoti Springs, Vt., will open May 1.1th, under tho charge of Byron Murray, Esq. Tho popularity of this resort has given it a wido reputation. Tho beneficial influ ence of tho water and the purity of tho air combine to mako it a deslrablo placo for permanent or transient boarders. Tho Equinox House is daily receiving many applications for rooms for the com ing summer. A largo and early business is expected at Manchester this year. The Colhnrn House Factory Point Vt., will open soon under tho management of Mr. John M. Vanderlip. Tho houso is now and handsomely furnished, and will undoubtedly have its full share of tho public patronage. STVt'K 1TK.MN. N. S. BenliHin of Derby, died of eating too much maple syrup. Another I urge steam slate mill is to be erected at Fuii liaven this season. ' Newel Lyman lately killed twelve crows at one shot at West Glover. Two paper mills are to be erected at Bellows Falls the present season. There are already three. On the completion of the Rutland Mar ble Company's Mill at West Rutland it will bo second in size to none in the Stale or country. The pencil company at Castlcton arc shipping slate pencils by tho million and ground stono dust by tons in answer to orders received from abroad. Luther Alnsworth of Calais, has for a long timo been a gray headed man, but now, in Ids Mih year, Jiis hsir is again turning black, which was its color in his youth. The .ft. Johnsbiirv chief of police 1ms notified m 11 the drinking shops 111 town that if they continue to sell drink con. j trary to Inw they will be prosecuted. Milk cars commenced running from White River Junction, Mav 1st. The product of SM cows h&s already liccn booked by fanners, and it lakes 7.') quart for a car full. Franklin Cherrier, Jr., of ait lax lately appropriated four or five hundred dol lars worth of notes payable to himself and father jointly, got them c-hed audited to part unknown. Mrs. Bartlett, w!fe of Dea. E. K. Bart lett of Bri.lgewater, wandered from her borne again on Monday nigbl, and was not found until Tuedar, when her lifeless body was discovered in the river. Mr. Thomas Roordmanof South Chit' tenden while lranged put an end to her life, by throwing herself into a veil. She . ...... t . . .. .... ftr'tri-. en e.-Wfel men write, haa tjrIl LfYO,r.l- e ' . . jpjj lor imc ume a wie aauaou iwu, ! Ik Hows Falls, and vbo ho lralU,oo Ix-it.jf. left olon. krl fwn tbe window ' iOfLi.ro. - ra, third iUt, or! fell upon the ground, rrnthlnf him fearfully and ; rmBtin(f j,b n , ,or, linM, hu wlBj0j. Mti,,,w. , , . i Isll resume! worl some two Wfksoko itinniuif t jvjTK'iit ii thr .lav tiiw, with j ooljr om act of hn4i. T)v bavf nrarty ' , , . , , . . . . jrrar viutk. i n oonipany i.bt rrrrnv ly cut a channel from the mill along i.lf their boom, a diUiu of one-Uilnl of a mile op stream. THE ICELAND SODA FOUNTAIN a Tit Drug Store, Manchester Vermont, L . C. OR VIS, lli proprietor Iim C OME TO LIFE aittiu tfar hiring Iwu D E AD ALL W INTER, a u FROZEN SOLID AS A ROCK uid Lu rtiuunrd sjoc LAST NOVEMBER, but liumiftKUi'Uttjr T H A W S D O U T , uu.trr iiidttDC ol this Warm Summer Weather w that now, u of old, REFRESHING STREAMS do turn FOR THIRSTY MORTALS, at the moderate prira uf Five Cenbs per Glass. Wliea you corns In to get a glaaa of soda water look at Ui Una atock of FISHING TACKLE hers displayed, and bur a pound of THEA-NECTAR and receive a preaeut of a Beautiful Chromo Free Gratis For Nothing. If yon smoke, brre l tbe place to get the Best Ten Cent Cigar In town THE GOLDEN CUtfLS. Try them and yon will be convinced. AUncnetler, vt., luy 7tti, irri. Uy690x (JARPETS ASD OIL CLOTHS, Fine Msortment AT BBADLET A BLACK MKll'6. USICAL INSTUMENTS. C. II. Cole will be in Jlancboater and vicinity a fow days for tbe pnrpoae of selling musical in struments. He is agent for piaooa from BTErNWAVfi, BRADDURYU, CLl'ETT SON'S and other mannfaotnriea from the bigbeat to the lowest prices. He ia also agent for the aale of KSTKY'B, WOOD'S AND TAYLOR A FARLEY'S Cotttage and Cabinet Organs. reopl or eocietiea wishing anything of tbe kind can uarouase 01 mm on very lavorauie i ma. sample room a at (;i.um a Sons, 201 River HI, Tcn, fi. x CHA8. H. OOLK. JJATS. THE LATEST STYLES OK HATS can always be proenred of E. W. I10DQHTON i CO., 2:0 Rivts Stbkkt, Tbot, Niw last. Send your alze by mail and the hat will be re turned by express all 0. K. 6Hw QROCKERY & GLASSWARE, "White Grantin Ware, Yellow Ware, Rockingham Ware, The largest assortment and the lowest prices at BRADI.KT BLACK MKR'S kliwt T, PERKINS, OPrtWITE THE MLSIC HALI, MANCHESTER, YEESiONT Ilea on hand au.l Is constantly receiving a tupply of all kinds nt HAKllWAHK BMUUXn MATEKIA1.8. PAINTS. OILS, olass. I't'mr, IIKNITI'KK, COACH, DKMAK, AND SIIKIXAO VARN18 R Kermene Oil, lipniine, Sperm, Whale, Urd, and Lubricating OH PA1ST, VAGSISH AND STRIPING BKI'BIIKM. CAHPKXTEllM AXIl MAVJXS' TOOLK sash conn. CLOTH1M LINKS. A.NU LATH TWISf. A lot of Plnuits. aod Levela, very cheap. The nl aevtiueiit of Ola in the county. The Celebrated U. A. Standard Meaimrinp Itodt. A large lot f CHOCKKltr A SO Vl.AWWAhr. A Full Line of Groceries We bar jut received eOM feet of Hubine Clapboarda, wtucb will be sold very , Also a lot of ttranviHe Brick, the hwet there ui. Agent for linrt'i Standard Scalet, eil kiuda. Fayle's Patent Haud Sleds for Boys tad Girls oee te beet band a led out lot aale cheep. Ail kixMla of earpeaien work do be la the beet Hi, finer. Maacaeejter, Vt, Nov, 16U 1971. Jr.lrVn M ASON .V Jr.RKOWSKK. (!HAM orF.MMi 8n:i; axi hi mmi u t i.Tiiit;. HATK. ra!K tilNTS It BSIslllMI l..s.'S'" ' AM HtOI H Ike was n-i CORNER STORE, RUTLAND, - VF.KMONT. Ciliaena of Manrheeler and vi.Mi.ity you can aave iki per eent, t'r.raiiiiig .t. the uii.ler.u r.e.1 for y..ur Mn'a an4 Uov'a i'lulhio, lisle ( ape arid Oei.la Kurniehiug ti.sMle. ft hn-h comprise an 'stih Niw nto. , i.i, 1'raiM.eii. viihis TKC LAST TIN LAYS r0 II. TOS A Nl N I W V lH M.akiTi.. Jiontifotnet the pU.s', COIINFR HT01IK, under tie ti.o.1 linuM-, t-ORNKB HKJtl HANI S l:oW AJeENT I H ST'S. CHAM, a MAHON, M JERKORSKE. 7lf JAPANESE SILKS, Black Silk, Piques, Linens, &c, Received this day St KRADLKV A III.ACKMEUS Q F. SWETT HKLL8 BUKLINUIIAM'S CkLKURATF.O OKN- UINB CUCCMBKB WOOD PUMP. AlJiO THE ' PRIZE CnVRN." THK BEST EVER INVENTED. Manchester Vt, March 20th, 1872. 341y630x IT R. DYER, DXAI.IB IN PORTABLE ENGINES, raoM 5 to 23 bobse powxn, roa haiiiii.i ctrmtiis DEsaicts, aoTAiit ri'Hrs and taknebies. HOLLY'S AND OTHER ROTARY PUMPS for Quarry and Mill Work, also CAST AN WROUGHT IRON PIPE. Alt sizea for Water, Steam and Oas . All kinds rJ, FitUnKi Fiitnrea, Steam and Water CuaRtia, Steam Whistlee, (ilobe Valvee, H',am i inure and Pot Coi ks, A ' KI!?5,l.L1tlif A?ll; l,E, T.. LEATHER llELT-INOoA?P.J.-,A kl'BBKK AND K LA X PA AND COTTON W ASTE. Engirt an.1 other Quarry Machinery put lu ot'.tlou at short initios. Alan, hlinui. Water nd llae Fitllii;e. I'AHTicn.n attkntion taid TO FITTlNtY UP ('HKRNK I'a.TOIiIKS. H. it. IiVEli, 15 Merchanle' liow. Rntland, Vt., JUrch 2(lth. 1M71. ftlllfi JEW GOODS, New Goods, JiihI received at HRADLEY A HLACKMER'H. gEINMTciIINEs"" If you want a HOWE, WEED, FAMILY FAVORITE, WHEKLER WILSON, .GitOVKR BARER, or any other good machine plcaae call on W. A. ADAMS, Factory Point, - Vermont, and eiamiue and eniuparn the different klinle and take the opiiiiuii ol one that ha all the timi. clae machinee on hand ami r. paired Ihem f.r 1 yeare. Vi. A Ai'.mk hu aim., t ie lo k f r PKiTAi LtS j j to tie found iu tieui.ifiUin .-..anty. Call atid m t j bis tttodn and aee it hie vrtci-n are r.oi better I 1 than ya rau get olherwberee. N. E. HART. I have removed into the e'.rre formerly oc- f enpied by J. I.. Pierce A Co. aud have ere atly j increased my stork of D R Y G O O D S iticliidinK Ilreaa O'exle, Prists, Cotton Clothe, Dolly Vardrua, Crockery, Pajwr ilangiuga, Wiftdw Curteiue, Orocenea, of ail kind " ! Plaied ware, . Flour, Ac, Ac. A-e-. , I will sell U.e goods .. cheap, for reh, a tbe aa&e quvbiy rw be bought for al any store la the ooostry. N. E. UAT. howtb Lood'Merry, Vt., May Stn, I2. Tint i i I l MM H U H.'kVII 1. (JISTOM MAlK ii o o t s .i s ii o r. s . Tl NbiuK !!. (. .a. 1 ' f..rjii tHVtml.-d ! J.io. i.tcrt lh choJ at. Huc. ia Irf'ftt.t LATEST S T Y I. V. S. bnl lit imml tnnUrUl U I own. b4 hi rirtnr in lb tmHM vtrrm U bm id y tn thiit ht ttitl nuttaU who fnrbiw Slri. t Personal Atlenlion to ltuine. All a.'.V eikrTautc.! I l a reprceetited. All w.iik d me abeii promieej R K A D Y P A Y . At! kin.ta and ellra ot I'inf l.tMK Wnea Mi to num. Cents Fine Work Made a Speciality, i. pAirtiiK l"no I'roniptly. s. t. i,v man, A.ut. Fu tory Point, Vt., May let Ki. IMtfi 'JITfflV,, ,i 'V'l GET THE BEST. Webster's Unabridged Dictionary. IO,fHiO U'onl.. mid Mfiiutntit not t' ofier 1 ttt'ttttru. sjo Es.iaAVix.is ; Isitl Pa.is Qi auto. Pbico Hi. Uriienevrr I ainli to ohuiu i-i.ct d. nnitoue, 1 c.iihiilt it, (St-buyler ( olfan j I vely Scholar ktiowe ita Yalne. (W. 11. IW ill, the lli.t .rlao, Ac Ht.cn one oi mv .iailv runipaiitoiiH. (J.ihu I. M.ill.'V. lhe liiatohan, etc ) So far as I know, bent rt. lining Iiictionarv. ( H..ra. e Mann 1 1 iho beet guide of Hluilcnti of our I.angiu.K 1 (John (1. YYhittier. ixcele all oihora in defining tontine terma. J (I'reeidollt Hitchcock,) 1cmarkal))c coitipenilltiiu of hiiiiian kbowled.;e V I VV. S. Clark, Pn-a't Aij. Cutlrgs. A nccceeity for every intelligent family, atti dent' teacher and profi arlonal man. vhat Li brary la complete uilhnitt the beet KiiRlieh Inc tionaiy. AIJSO Webster's National Pictorial Dictionary. 1M0 Pages Octavo. (100 Engravings Price 15. Tho work ia really a ;em ' n Jiwtionttry, Jnat the thing for ill., niillion .tiiierl.-nn KilttctttuiHtti .Vrmrty. PubliehedbyO AC. MERRIAM, Hirluglleld, Mann. Sold by all ilookaelleie. THE PLACE TO BUY TEA AND SUGAR la at liltA Dl.r.Y A lll.At KMKH'S pIPROVED ROOFING. Having received letnira patent for my entire now method of roofing, I solicit particular at tention to the facts, that IT 1H CHEAPER TMAN BI1IN0LES. is perfectly ti;;lit, easily malo FIRE PROOF, cannot be blown off, will last a life time aud ia quite simple. Those wishing informatien will address me at Ilciimngton Center, Vt, (110. W. ROBINSON, lieuiiiiigtou Center, Vt., Feb. 31st, 1S72. SWUfx t J. WHITCOMB, East Riiport, Vermont, Steam Manufacturer of Butter Tubs and Patent Butter Pails, Country Merchants and Farmers supplied at Wholesale pricea. The HoberUon patent Mutter Pail ia the very best thing of t he kind in into for keeping butter, Lard, Ac, perfectly aweet CALL AND EXAMINE the different styles of Tubs and rails made at this ealsbliahment. East Rupert, June 6tb, 171. 91y210x JNEW STYLES HATS & CAPS AT ilRADLF.Y A BLACKMER'8. poi: SALE. The sntiKcriber, having moved woet, wlntiea to sell his Farm situated one-half mile a. nitb of Manchester Village. Mud l-'inn mitJtlin tthfrtit W) Awrtof Umtt, silh Hiillicieiit tiliiUiliua, A OOOll KHI II' ANDHI OAIt ORI'HAItl), the latter containing about im tteeB. Applica tion can he ma.le to the auhfCiiuer at Manchea. ter for two w.h-Sa. JOHN 11. niEM'S. Manuholer, VI., Feb. 27th, lH7i. 40'itfi JJOOTS AND SHOES Arc sellinp; VERY LOW AT ItHAt'LEY A IILACKMF.R'S. He S A W Y E R IHucceMor iu the Ktatiotiery Biiaii.tma to tiiiiiu Sawyer A . ) WMOI.M.AI.K I.rAl.ta II ,s y a r i o A' : n v , SCHOOL AND ULASK lttXiKH, MARIES, WUAPPINO FArKllW, l-APf R HA(!S AND TWIMM, H'wtr, HVce, Mnlrhr, i'tnk' X'ttwuB, Ac. No. 1 1 Merchants' Row, 101)211 lll'TI ASn. VERMONT. (JOAL! COAL! ciK,aLautlv on hand al Vf LI EUT. N n MAhlll.K WOKKS, Mun.Leeter 1st pot J) t S. WILSON. 1'air.iry pit.t, Vrruiont, Man.tfa.fturer and dealer in F U It N I T U R K , of all kiiula, aleo j ROh WOoIl, VA!f"iANT, HT.A' lf WALSf'T HKHICY, ( llfcBl.M T a.M V 1111 AC Wlj.,1, turtles aad CASICgIS, j MCTl fTE FKAMES. i S-ihlier'a 'feetlru-miaSe framed to Boae wood aod gilt at II tjo, 11 11.75 and 12 la poliUe4 tiv -a t it ainl gill at ll fi, fl.'JS aod Vl.t'i la- eluding g.eee. Vt- ' XX- WH 'OK HAIL . V '" 75.000 Envelone. atlhe Jot st. erfw, toreaie thap. kvery . i r,et..rf hnaioeM euvei. Marriages. J f js-.h. at t?iti, Vt Ik n. O flnn. Mr Ww.lt t ei t lUtlw l ., l.iiihl.. ; f If. I- t , IVi.. ail nl Aiit:k,i" i M Hh. al hhiwksn, N T.. I t lh B it M.- wti. tr ll.r. am Mhm I nn. kii k-tk, all 0 rlut.m. j H tl. at 1 00.I .n4i- tr ! (,slki. j Mr W ,ui,.t r.jhl aJ Km kUrx 1 ll.lrl, tU at K ulh Lotnl .n.lcn j. M.t ib. at rnvl-rf. N T . "f be !:. K N . t ., lb ., M U. i mrry. ot Arimfl.m. ; an.t Mi-a j:i, V ( t Hicnbnrg, S. t Death. j t0lt,rwfl ) Havth. al Trimly rectory Hart's Fails, V , Allwrt William, infut ' t llev. Wai. Ikeet and t am K. Walker. Sent a brief while oo earth In ahine, And thee toahine a light in lleav.-n. OUTI J j O V X V ! A N T R l I Adrerliaementa inaerlrd meter thie Oead al ten cent per line each lueertHm. UrANTFD - A 0xl KtperieK4 Coei i aleo 6 sou.. Applv immediately al the IIM HOl'SK Maucbeeter.Vt., May l.Hh, 1S7I. &U IYfl HAI E. -right yong Kew Mlhh Cowa, or t let for a year Impure of MtJuK 11AWI KY Jl.ii, hxier. Vt., May 14'h, IS7A, Sliltw N H'TK'K. Tl.la le to aire notice that I have given my e..n l'anlel W. hta time donna the remainder of hia ruiunnlv I ahall clalu. noue ol hia earniiiga ttt pay any dehte of hie roulr. tiug after thia data. DAHYVIN F. HAIiJtkn. I.audgrove, Vt., May Sth, IHVt ,'SUSe JTORE TO RENT. The aim formally occupied by Burton A Co, l for lent. It la uitaHe for a atore of any kind. Tctuia eaer. Apply at oflie of WATKUIIOt'SK A t'. FacU.ry I'oiut, Vl., May Sth 1K7'1. Atml,lt I )t Hi: ( UK II VINKOAlt -For aale by the I gallon or herrel, by A. L W att, Near Fur nace Ml. ire, Kaal llorael VU ll Ihira.it, Vt., May it, IS7'i 4!KIIUw HOI HE FOII HALF. -The lelllug H.mee sitnal.d in Mancheaier village, nit the en-ret leading to Factory I'miit, npixwite the rea idelice of I Uintley. w ill he eol.l cheap. Addi-eae C. A. PIFIU F, lleiiningtoti, Vt. 2lld JlNIt STOCK OF PRINTS BLEACHED AND BROWN COTTONS A1J.O HOSIERY AND GLOVES Al' llltApl.KV A RLACKMER'H ) 0. DAG GET, IIBAI.KR IS Woniaus, miasea and rhlliliens shoes and rub ber gooda of all kiuda. Fine Jewelry, Stationery, Fancy Uooda, Pocket Cutlery, Perfumery. Nice Soapa, paper Iloenme. Cnllara and CuOe, Photograph, Autograph aim Tlutype Albuma, Toya, eto. Diaries for 1872. Poet Onice, Jamili-a, Vt. Jamaica, Vt., Nov. 7t!i, 1S71. Vt'iltft THE EQUINOX HOUSE. (Font of Mt. Eipiinox,) Man.iikhtib, VruisoNT. Open from June 1st to October 1st, F. H. ORVIS, ProprieUir. Special inducements offered to parties engag ing rooms from .1 una 1 at. Price card aud Railroad Time Table aeut im application. 4ofini7l )ENTISTRY. The subscriber would reapectfully infor n the people of Manchester and vicinity that be baa purchased the baaineaa of Dr. A. M. I on neon and will continue it at the same place, where he hopes to receive the patronage of all who may have work Pi do iu hia line, He intends to do nothing but Good Work And (Viiflrimfcet Hit infantum (a Entry Inttanrr, Prices will be as low as heretofore and work will be done as cheaply as at any country office, Ha will be at hia office In Mancheater at all times except on the aeooud week of each month. On the week coimnen ing with the eeoond Monday of each month, nntil further notice be will be at Morgan's Hotel lu lloodville ; on Tues day followiug at Tenuy's Hotel, Weaton j on Wedneedav at Hrown'a Hotel, South ImdoD dery j on Thursday at Towushend ; on Friday at Dr. Spring's Jamaica. TF.llMS AHII. OEO. H. SWI? T. Mancheater. Vt . Nov. 1st. H7I, V.ljlf' yOUNG NAPOLEON. Thia linn h e.leeiiied horae was raited by S. H. Miller, Ea.p. of N uih Vernon, Hia color la bright bay, bight I V 3 4 hands, age IS yeara line epilog, and weighs Eleven Hundred 1'outide, Young Napoleon waa airi-d bv thelitua florae; he by Hi la Dla. k Hawk; he by the old Sherman Morgau ; ila.u a thorough bred liullruah Morgan. The dam of the 'Jilua horae waa a Sherman and liullruah Morgan ; hence, Young Napoleon com binea in an eminent degree, eome of the flu. at atrama of Morgan blood to he found in this eountry. Tlit Al Home taay b fuumt o( il,f HlaUr uj titt jSi'lCI'lV.' fo Factory Point, Vermont, who baa been at coneulerable eipenae to secure thia valuable animal, and honea lhe politic will appreciate his eflorle to offer the etrvicee of a nrttcleae si.Mk horae. Tr.BHB : IIOjiO to Warrant ; to i paid Maa b 1-t, 1H7'1, If the tuara provee with f'l. All marea diapiwed of before the lime of foaling, will be eonaidered with foal. P etniing provided fur niarea from a iliaUnce. AU ac.-iiienia at the riek of the owner. H. E. THAYER. Proprietor. J. A. IIUl r.lt. Ageul. Factory Point, May lat, JS7f, filffw fj L. HOWARD, WATCHMAKKK JKWKLFK AD KKUHAVI.C, dealer ill AUr.i.'AW , .'II tlVUWL UTAVi-l.t'tt AM1U1. AN AND VllgNi II rl'.lH KS jgWELkl1. SlLYI K AM) Ml. VI. K PI.ATKII WAKE, Sl'II Al L k ITC At'i'iil for Alkio lAinhert A I'o'a. eelelratd j Ooiii i'ena, in luura ttiao anty diRerei.l triei, j mauiifa.:t..retl from fhe pur.-et of void and pliil ed without the use of Bolder unlike me paue of ; oilier mar.ufai'turera. perwitie deairing Ui pr : rhaee anyihmg iu "M Hilver Of Silver Plated I lioiela rau aave from IS to 25 f cent, by railing i at Howards. Tho (.'Ampesf owae ffr K. j Imetv-ciu S'ofcwa 1 aui ale.. Agent for the ! Ol'.ovnt KAKZH FUSTIC K-STIT. H j M WIMi MACHINES aud I invite ail who feel aoy Inieieat it rurioeity t in the art of aewiug by ma. blurry, whetUer la- terming t pur.-haM. or not, to rail at tny eeiee i roo.ua and familiartre Mietneeivee with tke diS I erent claaeeeof Hia.:hn.ea tu uee by perBotiel et ! aiulnatioti and by aewing any article they deetre j Bie.u tnero. Suh viit.ira are always wekM, : ami thoee viaite regarded as favors N. h Ciirofi'ifneters and Clot Walchee raj-e- ; fnily ailjueled, Kugraviug U-autifu'ly e. eu'l. Ail wore promptly eecutd ttt the heat work manlike o, iiuer f hberal rHapeueeUo. O. L HOtt AliO, Oppoalle Poet 0.'-e Maia Street, Factory Point ... Vermont, Factory Point, lie 3d, 17 2. ll'fl !Trttf liUltESsj CAIltiS. nearly xUl to Haradeonely pni.(e.t, Eiifrraved Cords. Call ar.4 eaaaaiue Speeii Slif Specimens at THE JoCIiSIAL rirncK.