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The Troy I'rrm of Satntday faa the ((..nor 1 f naming a new candidate for the gubernatorial honoiB of Vermont, Hon W'm, T. Ilorrobin of lK-niaiigtoH, lie of the late senator for this county. '1 he 'friii argues that the Republi can paity of thin Htate in divided tweeu Stewait and Pilling, while a g .ndly portion of it ia tainted w ith liierKyifUi, and that the latter with lviu"rat4 could cattily electa popular young man like llorrohiii. 'living all due credit to tin; Pre f ir iu tnsual good judgement ia politi cal ami other inatterw, we think it talk wild in regard , to thin matter. l"iirt, though tht HepublieanH of the Mate may be divided in their preference for 'iovernor, yet whichever candidate is nominated at the Stuto convention the people will kupport. Both of the gentlemen iiamc d are good men and there is really little choice between them as aueh. So there U hardly a pnfftil-ijity of a Ineiik in the party on the ijueMion of governorship. In the next place Greeley Pcpul.lieanH will hardly bring themm-lves to the point of supporting an old Democrat though lhi-y are perfectly willing and anxious that Iemocrat nhould (support their candidate!!. With the exception of of lleiiilrii k who has been nominated for (jovemor of Indian und who will probably bo tuipporti-d by the Greeley Rcpul.'icaim we do not know ofaiingle iiiMance. The Greeleyitea are after the hpoild of oflice theniiielveH, it waH f--r tliiN purpoHt the movement wan Mailed, and if they can wheedle the Domocnitu into helping them into pow er well and good, but very little aid will they give towards helping Democrat.- into oflice. It in a poor rule that won't work both way a and the Demo crat will find to their Borrow that thin in the pooreM, rule they ever adop ted TIIK I OMIVO IIMHH . During the pa.Mwoek neveral Deino ciaiie State Conventions have been le i 1 ami it is tow very evident that lb-rai e Greeley will be nominated by the lemorf.Uri at Paltiniore. Thin harrow the eontcM Jowu to Grant and t in eh y though it is posnible that a thud candidate may I e put in the field Greeley i a bitter y, ,nr Democrat t- ,',-w n,,., at, '...ty many that cannot poinibly worry him down. One of the prominent men in tie- patty in thi State recently told n that he hud not got ipiite ho low yet u to vot for Horace (in-eley, but taking everything into connideration In- thought it might be l M for them t-. allow 'in-eley. curse God and .be 1 here in alio no diiguiilig the fact that the prominent oppoM r -f Grant am.Mii' the IK-i.tiMhaim are but little l lt-r ph a-ed with Gleeley, Sumner, in alt l.i biUertii-h I -a re-t nai l one word in Gn-i h y favor. S- liur ma b- a j;i at many wry face in trying t-t pulj.U down the li!h'ii pher. and it i po.il.le th tt an ertoit veil! be made t.. ili.titute ale lie r ut place of Greeley . r to tun child raiidid.ve, but pre- et.t appi at.itl-ik ileie ate that the 6gl.t tuiiM l-e lelien (reeley ami (Jrai.t. That it wiil I bitUr i al- it-a iy evident, that il will he c!om in iii.oV of the Mal. i I also true, that liiai.t w iil win the day we verily be lu , though we i" n- t regard it a by a(-v meaim tritaiii The Greeley - ....... t .. .... 1-.. ... Iijom fin'i.t, a lar a we can n-aiu 110111 pf lu tial kluiWlfilfl'i Ati Vet, IS til a 11, .1-.. ..v 111,41 Cr.-f- " " , , , , by there are we tuA of it ami niatJiV lUtits to ttctr iatkt i 1 . .. t u ' I.. I 4 1, -a r win iiivr I..1 uwimi " ; i th.,litfhthev we ou the fence and Leai - t ,t. I f l .re Ukint; their t'nal leap lh s ,tebej w ill aof-poU aeyone j t.rj'.t AiiO'i this tlAMl we the whole j 4 the Ule ti 1 tf s who vainly nl . ftea ! tu. I t i teat loin dnli-i? the late "uie j.!i-al.t-neiw." I'M of Greeley "a ut i4rt'r w i.vt KiitLt-d by a.;,v V( rv matv are boii.-'t iti their H '.; r j r-.JU tl mi Giwit. a:. ! t r.U K,B, '4 father trust the htUT f r ;t''c i it f. .r !, y.-t ,f Ti II . 1 ! 1 41 r, J, f h.tl) t?,c vc;y 1' ,r' K " T.v " i- : t, ....;. r. fit. !y ni'mtci t'lirf U iji-J ' f rirJ t-TM-t r'f..fi.i. f r sf t c -.ir-n-,- 11 1:1 li.i- l..an-! ( t'.i' l'fi; !--;.t. a;i,o. ,! fi.any a.-J im t-rirrm.u c'.f t : I- !!.-!. f r t .' . MhAc 1 1 1 !- ( l turn, tiitrt , c--u.f uj t t! -.- Liu-. H ie u h an aitny .f 4 flue t.-tl'-tn a w.uM t-lame (!..- .-tj .f Ki,'y.t ai,4 .,rry the hie out i f il e u j .n.t. AtiJ ths e l!n vr im-sii the h,i.j an-1 ; e.,tiiiin-J ery i f n-f .rrii whit h j e-.-jiii up fi.itu the,r r:.k. We l-v ; alwava le ti. c j that the lute who firt-t I ! a:i I Imii-IiX rrim thvif in th. "is 1 1... i the meet (.ure t- 1-ieak the j 1 -v'-l'i i.n.-it.ili-l'wi lit I.I MK II 1 1. II MM Ml.lt IM, j H,,,, Je.M p. I.aM. the memher tl( j the Liii-ral Ilej-uMieati National ('..m-i n.ittc,., J1J4H ifMi,.4 a K-npihy a Mri-ss to j I the people el Veitm-tit, uu-l ai,ituiire ' lUho ft.Hi.wing uaim-1 gentlemen f.. i-ui,. j htitule the State CommiUee : Henry (.'. A'lauet' St AlhaiiK. ( hafh Clement, llutlan 1. John Kallitibitry, Kutlan l. Fletcher Tarhle, Swantmi A. (t. S,ilT..r.l, SL All.an I.)ivi.I S. Sweet, All.uryh. 1). . Kent, Kitht Dorset K. Henry Willey, Randolph. The committee are to meet at the ' Van Nen Iloiihe, Purlington, June I'J, ! for the purpose of organization ami ac tion. The address wa received too late to be publiwhed in full but we give the fol lowing extract which give the pith of the whole thing with the exception of tho platform of the iit-w party which we have given in a previous issue. W'e would like to ask our friend, Mr. I.udd, who is responsible for the attempt to breuk up the Republican party. Put hero is the titraet : The Republican Party, organized more thau 1C jitars b;(0 and hulilitig tiiibrokcn jKrwcr for the Inst twelve years, is now iu danger of being broken In pieces, and its mi.ii-iou ended. Xo violence from oul nitlo foes could have wrought this result, but the executive of the Nation, sur rounded by flntlei-ein, parasites and cor ruplionists, who have blinded his eyes to tho real situation, and who see In his re election the only hope of a continuance of their hold upon tho public treasury, has shown that ho is eipial to tho la-k. It is his blind determination, aided by the whole power of an army of otlicc holders with tho regular machinery of party action in their hands, to force himself up on nn unwilling people for a second term which bids fair to disintegrate tho party to which ho owes his present election. I' ml ur his ndiriini.it ration tho public morala have lieeomn iteliaseil. 'i'I"lism and gift-taking, which were odious to Washington and Jcllcrson, now find favor iu the eyes of his followers, ami are publicly npproved And defended by his mouth pieces iu tho I'uited States Senate. Defalcations have occurred with startling frequency among his chosen agent. Mil itary rule Is substituted for tho reign of law, not to secure protection to tho lives, liberties and property of American citi zens, but tho better to enable hi in to pro long his power, which docs not rest in the hearts of tho people. The President of the United State has lately assumed the role of civil service reform while his apologists iu Congress, many of them at least, do not hesitate to avow their contempt for every measure looking to the withdrawal ot the vast enginery of public employment from tho debasing in fluence of partisan politics. Under the influences which surrounded him, and which have enabled him to secure a re nomination, while a tried oud trusted leader for the second place 011 the ticket was supplanted to make way for another it has come 10 pass that proiuoiioiv does not ih-jM-nd upon met it, but upiju ine ability and disposition of '.'.c ftppV.cntit to advanc" ;' rf,,.10nnl interest of Ue ' "'.-.Vi,.i,i 11,1 iluii ill lu-t ouhlii! iK.il inns which were once im--ts ot honor, are now ii guidi-d iis marks of servility. It it sui-po-cd that Federal oflice holding and lionet independence are incoinpatihle. The Ignorant and coutcuiptuimi dis regard of the Chief Magi-tiute for the fundamental laws of the l;uJ, and the tendency to centralize, all the powers of Government in the hand of the Presi dent and hi advisers, oblitering thu line between a National Government and t Jif power of local self-guvei'iinier.t by the people of the Stales, cau-H's grave and j well founded apprehension, whether In escaping from the heresy ot a new Con federacy of separate and independent Stales bound together by a league whieh any one of them might dissolve at pleasure, we have not fallen into the op posite extreme of centralized Govern ment, and whethtr the di-lim-ion be tween the s)Wt-r granted to the Nation-! hi (iovi tiitiK'ut aim! ihttfO tt rt(Ml to il,i j ciit cvtiitH and srfiit'8 may fide lM-Midi' of the Mute, U not Mug wh-dly , frum my inind. And now while I Can-lo-t fciltt of and dcMroycd. j lv)i wt;j tninIc with the friend t of my Ttp literal i: j(ubi;n movciiM-'nt U yflUti4( or vihit the old familiar mccuck II'I-.llll IIIIH I'lUCIll , 14 I.a-1 IIS OIIJ4I1I .1. 1 4147 widc-spread, deCi-M &tfd dissatisfai lion ti..w tviaiiij? w hit Hie present ailiuini tralion, and rei-iiUed in Ihc Ciiieiiuisli Coiivtiition. Thi Convention, nottvilh- auiidliuf ibe a-M-r(iiii of I he a.lmiuXra- K , ... . . i nn ores to the cmiirarv. Wttstnaue 11 1 j cv -lusitely of IU-ptibliv-ii. No iH - mti - i traU wcio amoiij! tlicm. 1 lie mine ,,"'n . ... . - ,. .1. -1 ii-re..iKir,. "'"""-v !eUt' AMmMm lAUrmn . ''"V"3 , mcl u unu and re-eiect AlirAham Lin.i!t in 14 tlx? znn men 1 A. .-..e.. 1 a. 11 ll.olr e ,t.re i (ti 1,11 tt in ; j w "t" , i do ,. ll.e n WUitm-lhe s.me ...en wh,;, iiitminie.l and le ted '.. ii. (.rant in , K7, Auiohl' the. luicm.itt hi uvor -i ... lt,i cause were niitiy el ,t.i ahaiii I.ui - x!n'g !s.-iii fri'-s.ds. tun aiiiuht'ut ario. The milk Lieiwi of New Vvik r I I Wu ,-i U-1'.-l I v the mi 1- i tl.e me nwidia which many of our! i .... lanutr have a tie p lut-rt-si i i.ktiy to I u tX '..t-hcl a m ra:.ri.t I asi t-J the tj,:;tuJ s. ! Ui.-e of b"tl ; rvJ ! fa -i 1 c -!. a rw f. A tnwUiijj -flhe fommitu-e if the difVret.t or- . pj,ijkticiii w an ,('.! ut tie Akt- r Iliiane in Ni w Ys rk. Tiien. lay ! 1i,t . k, W'r tli ij.fi.-fri.t B-th-l f r 11 irm v t a d.n tiw -J jj tlt tf r--r3.ii.jfay.iijt t.k -(-mjatiT (itli a 1 ii.J of wr.c ti.illia fr Juit-utiiijj the tuiik wan J( i'ti'l A uW"iitiiit-1 in- (.(k-ks js cln'-i-ii I- aiiuiji! tlio Uctai'a an-i a tiii'ftitijf in to l be!J in j-n pv-ttioii i f iry rvaihng. I f oim cut .-f him, while in liim it lii-fili-n ' (w y.-.ik t--tiay (llmrnjay) to e--m- Ih Ih v" an you write, that oi.e Mi-mUl , the man, the mere wkke4 an4 i..K-i.t ,.J, t, tl. -iijai.ij!ati. :"rcal t-i !-an4 net "flint I.U ' the oatlm the Ker it vilj U m-r, i 1 ,,.r. i.,ve l-en vme f( am that tliere-1 eyes u, tin; arfrniai el the e..-Mle then he will he a l-etd r matt." I trr.Kt ! .jiiirej atmmtit vi iUck wutih! tft U party." I'.ut, e!K.i;j.;h of thU. . thi will j-mve in yer i'ae. I Mn-' ult fl( wt. (1lllen.uii-I that pMiui.l The r-Mii! an4 Jatghters 1 I "i-U Tese ' 1 erely hej.o that you aii.l Mr. Sumner, i I((.,t men tf taeatia have j romiM'4 to iiingt u IV" scatu i-4 1. rfa-.K-a.it ever ; an4 all that cl.u -f men wlm are tiow tke all the atuck that fanmrn Jo m-t 1 this vaxt Ci.untry eiidit t.) he venr'ao waiit.Mily ami l-itteilv reviling (ten. want, s-i lhi matt, r tit aet at rent. There hhoulJ ho a proviinii in the eon- j ... ...... . . ; htitutioii i4 the Btieiety, however, that a; pc-rtinn ef the tu k, fii-uph for a CH1I- trolling intereht, ahouU l-e reserved f- r the rtrnieiK, so that if enough of them Jo tu t t-ee f,t to take the Mock on th t-tart tliey can Jo no at a future time if they t house to do no. P.y the arrange- ; ment it irf confidently expected that the consumers will grt a Letter article at the fcame or a h-t-n jiricu and the farmer receive enough to niuko it Home ohject for him to continue in the busi newt. A similar organ iat ion in IJotston, with the exception that it wan formed by the Consumers itiBtead of the pro- ducern, hart nearly revolutionized the milk trade of that city, and the evils of which we complain have been remedied. We hope the fanners of this vicinity will take hold of the matter with a will and the milk business of this section will become the most profitable of any iu which they cun engage, .OtHUMt. Tho various bodies of tho Masonic Fraternity held their annual meeting in Burlington, during the past week. The following arc the chief Grand Officers elected : Joseph L. Perkins of St. Johnsbury, lit. Eminent Grand Commander of Knights Templar. E. A. Jewclt of Burlington, M. E. Grand High Triest of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter. Park Davis of St. Albans, M. AY. Grand Master of tho Grand Lodge. E. S. Dana of Cornwall, M. P: Grand Master of Grand Council. . L. C. Orvis of Manchester was elec ted Grand Warder of the Grand Com mandery, and Grand Priucipitl Sojour ner of Grand Chapter. E. L. W'yiuau of Factory Point, Dis trict Deputy for this District. E. C. Houghton of North Bcuning ton was elected Grand Junior Warden of the Grand Lodge. J.'T. Shurtlefl' of Bennington, Vice President of the order of High Priest hood Great harmony prevailed throughout all the sessions of tho various bodies and all seemed to enjoy themselves. Most of the decisions of Grand Master Davis were sustained by the Grand Lodge. In the case of Ditnits however it was decided that no brotli ercould claim a dimit except ,for reas ons which were rated suflicient by the Lodge of which he is a member. Rol lin'a Monitor was again recommended by tho Grand Lodge to be used by Vermont Masons, and is now in print and for sale at a reasonable price. tOHHKSPOXDKIVt'K. Tuov, N. Y., Juno 15, 18?. Editor of Manchester Journal;- Your paper for tit'ii I subscribed, comes reeje'.iv'.y l0 my address, I al ways welcome it, and read it with much pleasure, finding much to inter est me in tho local items from the sev eral towns about you. These localities are all quite familiar to me. Tho days of my childhood and youth were spent in the "North Shiro" of old Benning ton Co. "Old Burr Setn." sheltered me under her roof for some two or three years, ami "Um le Jo.'' and "Old Burn ham" as we boys used to appellate them, beat into my dull brain the live languages and the dead oucb ; then the problems of mathematics were de monstrated by chalk lines upon the black board, and though they were not drawn with "mathematical" precision, yet, they answered very well their purpose, and there too were received the first smatterings of Chemistry , As tronomy Ac. All these scenes and in cidents ol childhood and youth seem fn-sh in my memory. Time can never obliterate them They hist, while more of my early days, 1 find much satisfac tion iu the perusal of the local depart ment of your paper. The perusal ot the letter of your . t . . 1 . t . . Dorset corresjHjnueni, Mr. Armstrong w mc iiiwi mm, ,i'i K, n u i . , ., . . , ...... .t. i.;...,... -i.;i.;...,i i ;.. , ami 4 our reiiiv vnerevo. nromtiieu iuti ; to w rite these lew lines. You say iu j this reidr, that you do not claim to be ia 00 ilicul but a Zoo iiancr. Ia tins itie you strength, vou will win success j -.,." ' .,,, .,, utMD ! ' .1... I ...i a.,..,,......,..- ".., it. 1 . J . . 1 . , , ; an, vim-- , n .u j vm ,.nivi - , , . r mu-oigence k,i lor lis poni cat,, a, u,, ,ui ... .,- : 1 thitik ll.e majority t i your reaueri ., .,.t-.. .1. will tell you tne ssme. Ana uiougn ; u.,;,it political questi tus we miL'ht Kf - f, r t,rav do n t kXu tor paper as : friciiJ Aniittroiig would do or hst dwtie, , J falbt r pay jou Lr two paper than to have none at all. i migblliave bojiiO nympatuj wiui 1 1. "v ' upon political ; r.s. y-t I $. CX li- 1.!..) : ! le v t !. t I- .! .lit Ii i-'1' t-'I fiii..!. I ; a-hf-nM nay to b;; - o "t.r j,e ' Tie J.. i.ui an I him. If have'" gave 'j tiUicity t ycur "pc-t ep U'!i y , I , y tii r l hp:; Hi fa i! I tn t !! frr( ii!, i. I ;f l,c rm- ' not ithrUol i.!n- Ii.tt:l ojuii I lac t;i t lfu h'i iti ! t.a laith in . ! "r:it" l:-j-uMio.i:Ma ly tie r-:a li:.g , -f fivf (ir.-u.t faj.', t -tc Lit-.-ral inil-Iicia at.-l e-:.r I'Vistuf ratir. lliin is ' nhA ba l-.-fi U.-t a Un.g tiuif al-out the' ! ttrotiH. ami Leivt.-iirtliev tnav l-e. 1 re-1 .......... . main. Very tru'v yotiis, 'TiioJis." j Tin: wiihi.iii i-rvt i: ji hh.ki-.. I'.ost-.s, June Tlh, K'J. As the musical entertainment was planned on a fprodif ions scale, so uNo is the building in wiich it is given. The land selected upon which (this mighty structure stands is on a portion of the Back Bay laud iu the tingle formed by the Boston .4 Providence, and Boston v. Albany Railroad, a few roil beyond tho Kiint of crossing and about an eighth of a mile from the spot occupied by (he great structure of lo'.i. In the space of seven weeks a building, symmetrical, gra.eful mid ornami-nlal, has been hewn from the raw material, erected, painted, ornamented and furnish ed for occupancy. The Coliseum covers an area of 10-',oo0 square feet, being ;V0 feet long by .'SaO wide; has upright walls -10 feet in height at the sides, ami much higher at the ends; a trussed roof of In genious construction and great strength ; a lean-to roof of graceful slope -both roofs having a superficial area of over 200,1)00 square feet a highly ornate fac ade, flanked by ornamental turrets crown ing the ridge and supporting tho banners of tho nations anil tho white flag of uni versal pence. Inside, tho Coliseum is divided into "chorons balcony" which is not a balcony in tho common accepta tion of tho term, hut a floor covering the width of tho structure and nearly two fifths of its length, except a central sec tion reserved for tho orchestra, and slop ing upward from the front; an auditorium cnpnblo of accommodating from 25,000 to 00,000 peoplo and Including a parquet divided into lilleou largo sections, and balconies divided into twenty-three parts with a wide promenade around the sides of the latter, and another under it. Tho inside decorations aro beautiful and pleasing to tho eye. Graceful festoons of red, while and blue descend from alofl, and night and morning paintings adorn tho organ end and colossal paint ings, representing Peace and America, the opposite extreme. Tho whole effect is soft and gratifying. lOo chorus socie ties, numbering 20,000, forms tho chorus; of these 101 belong to Mass., 13 to New II., 10 to Conn., 8 to Mo., 0 to Vt., 7 to N. Y., 2 to It. I., 2 to 111., and 1 each to Pa., Md., Mo., InJ.fclowa, Wis., Cab, D. C. and N. 15. Th.'i'ty one brass bands lire present, including the Marino band of the United States, from Washington; tho band of tho Grenadier Guards, of Eng land; the Irish National Baud; tho band of tho French Girde Republicaino and the Kaiser Franz Grenadier band, of Ger many. Tho resorts are sustained by tho voice of an immense organ, the most pow erful ever heard iu America, and perliae; in tho world, and tho sub-bass iu tb0 nUm scmble, music of popular air, jg intensi fied by a huge bass bi u- l2 feet iu di ameter, and the ve' of artillery. Among the '(jentlcuieii from abroad are Johauii Strauss of Vienna who is emi ncii, as a waltz composer and conductor 'of an ochestra of world wide celebrity Franz Abt a well known composer and conductor; Heir Franz Bcndall a dis tinguished German pianist, and a cornet quartette from tho household of Kmperor William of Prussia nil of whom take part in the grand festival. Tho first grand rehearsal commenced at 10 o'clock a. m. and continued until 1 o'clock p. in. in troducing the following dill'erent direc tors, P. S. Gilmore, Carl Zerrahu, Strauss and Abt. At 4.i minutes past .'f o'clock p. in. the prayer and addresses of tho Mayor and Gen. Banks having been spoken but not heard by more than two thousand people; probably owing to the manifest Incapaci ty of the human voice to cover a six acre farm the impatient auditor were reliev ed by tho sound of (lie various instru ment being attuned to l tic bars of the opening number on the three weeks programme. MrGilmorc had tho deserved honor of opening the festival, and us he came down the long aisle and took the conductor's stand he was received with tumultuous cheering from the men and a unanimous waving of handkerchiefs by the ladies in the audience and chorus. The selection was Old Hundred, and Its tfift',. i-l r,i,',,i I,,- li,.tt l-fi-l fit.-,. tilt, !v- ,.,.- ' ' - not In.-li-s,-i-il,e,l. Tin. btbilee will be a .luoMiliieenm.,,.,-...,, i. - Casti.itox. Vt.. June IS. 1872. -1. Arnt'tnni'j, Efj. ; llv Dear Sitt. I am a subscriber to the Main hestet Jui nsAi.. and of Course read will, interest your letterof the 8th . . ii.st. in the JoriiSAi. of the i:;tti mist , . . . . . a . 1. T. .1 , . . I . ..... I ,. ...1 ....... ...I,.1.. im iiuh iii cjuh., i.,,... , wards Gen. Grant and the great politi - cal party supporting him, and in this view will reply to this part of your let- t.-r by adopting the words ami senti - ment of the letter recently addressed to Mr. Siiiimertiv Wiiliafu Llovd (iarri- - - - j - - - 1 e i ' , gaw w Mr, nutnaer uw "u-t iinec , . , . , daitit, lead lu the ' ...Il: ... . .. j ue wiu otu oi comj ! I utea h.utt-i Senate aL':1!'st -en . .Grant. Which letter I coiiimetij t-i ' ! jour god judjCi-mei.t ami car-- J ful consideration, ad-,j -ting it as a part . i oi this letter ami tu pan a auawer to; pour u-wr oi uie 6t" v. i tlii part c! toy P U' r wi.i v: ueeme j ., t-y. In v.-ur !. is r ; 1 1 leave t i My 1 w at -l,-.r 1 Cist r.itU l--.tti-JtK-M" anj vnU:i j t i:i niasi'.'fr f.rm a (.tth iu j ut 1. !!' r, ti t!io s.iiiii- "j ti;n i t' il't; yA'r a !. j ti i w len l. fJ-ri 1 hitiiM-if grt ally .- 1 to lr:u a i:san : j r.-faiii !y a-.I i..-U-ht!y ftiiff . ij 1 f nn'C-ar, isitifyiii liis i.!c4uic a a -4 wi-.li l-y saying: "It in ia Lim, anj ought ! (Irant anJ tliroiiirh him the ere at t-oli- , lical party of which he is the exponent, J will live to see the day which w ill de- monstrate that you, and they, have beeti too harsh too fast misiruided ' . " , ' ' h ' and unjust, and will w ish your demon- , .. ., , , , , strations, wrath ami comitmely had not been expressed on paper. Mr. Sum- ner must have discoveicd lief, .re this that he has greatly lessened himself iu me esiiinaiioii oi uu caimi.i .iineiiiaui people by his Jesuitical scmi-arrairn- l i J Cj .unit, and arguniciitat ivo niuloilictioiis, so carefully, studiously and malicious ly uttered against the l'resideiil of the Fuited States, from personal consider ations entirely; unless his egotism is even greater than his worst enemies charge to his account. While iu you letter you attempted to belittle Gen. Grant, you paid a splendid compliment to the Kditor of the Manchester Jominal, when, in sub stance you informed him in :i public letter, that you do not deem it "safe'' for you to have the Joiiisai. iu your possession, for fear that it will cause you to become a supporter of Gen. Grant. Whilo regret that Mr. Si inonds has lost a valuable subscriber in you, I must congratulate him in having extorted from you this candid expres sion of yours, of his ability, and while the Editor lias lost a subscriber ho has gained a personal admirer in a gentle man, in whose judgement you have un limited confidence, and who paid this Editor twelve and a half cents u num ber voluntarily for his paper, when the regular price is only five cents a copy, l'ou appreciate the power of the Editor, and the value of the paper not withstanding you fail to recognize any value in Gen. Grant's services either civil or military. It seems to mc that a man of large and liberal views should not discon tinue his "County paper" on a (jues tion of preference in regard to men for office in which it is admitted by the subscriber that he and the Editor honestly differ, and this is his only reason. The people of Manchester and Dorset have more to gain or loose in having a good County paper than has D. K. Simonds "or any other man." It is for your interest to have this pa . per sustained, and to have good, liotels and attractions in tUfeae towns which will cause y.eople to love, revere and respect Dorset, Manchester and towns adjoining, and who will come amo' g you to reside transiently or per manently as tho case may bo, and bring costly gifts in the shape of c hurches, church-bells of great cost and celebrity and splendid sweet toned organs, and make your valley of tho Battenkill de sircablo above nil other places, that they and those from afar as their cus tom is when "life's fitful fever is o'er and they sleep well their last tslccp,"and while awaiting their "final change" while they "softly lie and sweetly sleep" in your beautiful land, and as they have faith in the resurrection, bo they will hope to rise in the "lust day" in tho valley of the Baltenkill. Having spent my school boy days and tho time from my earliest recollec tion until I was twenty years of age in the "North Shire" of Bennington Co, I was then impressed with the belief common in that County, that Benning ton County was the grandest County in Vermont, and had tho greatest num ber of good and great ineii iu it,, that Bennington was the finest town in the State, and that Manchester was next, and Dorset next to Manchester. Coir se-piently I am grieved when I learn anything amiss of a Bennington County man, and am grieved at any attempt to injure the material prosperity either of V;:. !, n !rri: ;-J 4ii :,wcr t. tho rrir.aisi.!. r our common country or any section thereof, or to impair "the fair fume and ! Iinn,., ,y ..,,.,. 4 1 o, it. H...J, ',' .,Z name" of any citizen be he ever so'1"'"1"' ,;"H, AM MI01..1 tr ,,c , rf. high or never so humble, and this at-1 (,., .,,,l-;,l -,,! fr,.n. v,. mv J J f'lei,.), A. B. Armstrong of JJors.'t, ,, . . . . I Benniiigton Co , vt., was not in good 1 taste and was not deserved in this at - , ., l.mj'l 01 juum to 00 nn unjust iniii ami hide the meritorious services of I Gen. Grant under a small "g There "0 (i large enough to do so, the j I T',,;f.,i t,-i.o,.u ....I I..,,. .t..,,,,i. r, ... j - b- '-" 1 111.;. i ,.Ol,,.r ,r,,..l ,.r ,,,-.'1 i.. ..I, .,.,,.- ! . -- . . i form. His fame is world wide. I I HI'" ,HI,. fcl'l "1 Dlllllll 111 DUU u, 1 -vou cvtr l j I fflc-i.Hivo by you said, please do ! " lUsH CilfX'' If 'ou ,,uve u'jl t!i0 I 1 courage to take it back an apology ; I ""S 3"our "3"--reton. j ri- . at 1 i l.especiiuil J , P. IS. Pi lii.l. o. I I'UlKS C A1.1-H. J ; Uaalt.Bit'ljr riiilMl, nearly .iu) tu Engraved Card. ( ;i aid fiamn-a H-ui)ti.at jar the iocisJ-Ai. oriitfc. j,:hm AT I,ST. 1 1. 1 S F. W 1 N G MACHINE h 1 1 1... K- r ; lit y,wt'i iv T II V ! A V I s itirti. u n j, rru. s 1: W I N ti M A C II 1 1; 1111 it i;ai -t Iiik i i.m all the ,l.ill-l. .)ii:. l, i-t Ills Mm- ; I .11! 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P 1 i with tl,. t.iiii. 41. r.M.-HiH - will, it. mil in. i.uiu mi ill K ls a! the lime tin- li-i-J Uk.-a ,ia-.., n.u.l. ia il sure, .nous-mi.l Uniterm iu Ji-iiK l li- :U Till- iii-i il!- ticiiiK in IU,' Koo.U at Hi' Inns 11,4. f I lake- .!a.'.-, t. ,,.(. r 11 ini;i...ilil.-1. 1 full HI,,- I'll'.-., ttlilli On titlf, I I- all'' U lti-,1. Oil. 'I 1,1' VII, I'll .41 It KM MA II tit-lliR IhIiuhI thu ln-e-.tli. rtnnlt Is II caj.at.l.. ut s.-4lln; t-iftNtu- mu.la j makea a unisitli aii.l lli-sllilt. ot-am will! atn-l hUkv on 1U. ulilrH ttiUM UrttitlK tin i wihtf uf aiiv imuil'or nf tlu- lincf-M'-w willmnt IIH!R, niivl opera!. ot; witli t-.ju.ti fucilny on Urn lit annnt a Wi'll h (lie htfJiW's fftlinc. Tim ynr. Titud., ftiiil iillu'ii iij;t('i in c(. cminK u roll wurk, hritidiiiw, '"' Hppii-i'Ulo (ho VithiM of tin (ftiii k( mcc, tti (lie t It-hf tv ttlwitH 1 1n faint lcii;llt iu tiiiniiiK curjf, I'Hijj or sliurt, iti t-itluT (IntM ti.tn, wluli' mI) (tllitr m-t-liiiit-a leiitlicn tho nti 'li in luihHUf gootln one hhV, rih! elnM'lcn mturuilin thu otl t-r. In Riitiition to tho hi'K'0iiji invalmih)( aiuI m (liripyiir'ailt! ti ttltirt rt, lii h r ptciiiirtr to tlim Hin.'Mlit &loiit, Wti Ut:i- llir f.illiiH'iliK H'1IUimIim1 piiitt winch tliim m.i''hii)i' pMt.H(t'8 tnl Inrl. ate ri-Hi-ntml in aiiy inavliinc wuittiv vt a 1co in Hit' laiuily or luaiiutuct 'i v: 1-t. Hnti'i.n n v It lim m uih.Hr workto t l'Miiinl Hfit r it to ct 'nt f (.r-lcr; w riuupnt tl of a leNa iinmtPV of win it in parts t hn my iiln-r hhutttt- MhcIhi)" '. ih eAHiitr it i ut (pucker li-m iiil; and 1h ho rGinpl(Mi) chiihIi nctnm ttmL it citn )fii URfd clVicit-ntiy by Any mtu will) fftt-iiity, 'M, I'i uuiii.iiv ItH w-.tkinK pMl-i aro in mlti of tho hint intportpil t-tco ; tat h point of Iric tion hoinn: cAMO-tiiirticiicd. 3d. IjlKlFMY It ih tho larjfMHt III A'U in niaiiufacluriHt tliat in adapted tit laimly sowing ; iIh '.IA inch Rtin cii.ihlc it ti 1 1 a frn-atcr variety of utUchlit, ti inn tiio lii'trU'!. ctnnbnc, through all ffnt'lt-n d (hIm irk to harnci-M ioatlier, ami tleH it so well thitt tho tamo inachinfl may l' lined either in inauutactuiiog or iauitiy Mewing with equal faciUiy. 4lll. I'llAi ru AHIi.II Y ANll KcoNdMV - It rilllB Hi a liiKli rate of Mpced, tthich, mmilnnvd with in peculiar fouct, enabluH thu operator to turn tho work at fiitv anlu whilo the machiuo ia in full motion, without changiiiff thu tcnuiou or IcdkH' of Btitch. Th niftchino willln" nIiowii with rcat plcaHuro whether yon dcue to purchase or iiol. I'letiati call and oxnnmio. BOI.U ON KNSTAId.Ml-NTM, CLONKY WILUINSUN, AjrctH Tor Windham County and tho North Hiiro of JicniiiiiK" County. Factory l'oitit, - - Vtrnmt. 21Utx ":fW THAT A CONNECTION IS 11 :;hTAIll.lHlir.O liKl'WKKN Manciiksti:!! ami Tnov, I.a.lif arc iiivit. d In ' all ht Hie BUY GOODS STOKE or MAYNAHD, NOURSE & CO. New MsimK-Tt..niilu 15 and IT Third St., Troy N. Y. Tim mici eaH with wlji-h liavo mot Ima con fjrmod us in tlio opini'ii that wo aro ankniK low jirioea fur enr Ko.,,Ia. Wo linvo i,l.-i;aiii assort ments iu all doocrij.lioiia of iiy (iouila, iiiclutliug Sir.KS-Jilaik and Color)!. HHAWIJl-lAina baoti l'uiuta and Jitckt-tii, Ol t, in mn and Wnul Shawls, KinbruideniiM, Kitiiiona, l,a,-.-M, White (liKiits, Cliilbs, l'rinlM, I-'launels, JI'HiHi-li, i-iiiik 1, nulls and Small Warm. D It E S S G O O I) S . We hftvt a lartfti ariely of CatdimeroK, J apuiioMH Killvn, JfipaiM'- INipliiiH - hanilnoiiii! Hi ripen aihl UrocadtJ pittteriiH, ISitiu Ml'ipe i'npJitia, 'J'aflefaa, tnetrli'a 4 . ht hn. r''t(nii( i( HotiUftiX I'ntfttllH, And linn- tl,:ui 'JHI.diH'i vhhU ot MoIjaiih, good ipnt'ily, i-t Tt ct, per yard, A!(, iti tiH'iiB' lioi'M tt Uxy.r hmoi tim-nl at l Yjt iifd 'Slh cei.ln n vai', hi-d w ai'rnttted, Hohd Mil-;, Mnpt .i Or' tiB'hiM ni;ihiti a h ;nl- lll( iti' l H'-'V.! crti"? iirci-i. Hi 'INK HiiM.A.i, JJ 1 2 , S K N D F O It S A M V L E S. bad.r eiiomiii i.- , i trully r- po nl. d t . all i.M 1 r slut a ,. i-i.ml.. vi to., r.-stlv r,j willing tu li'.w i.iii (iiimlrt, 1 1,,-r Uicti.-t.iii.ir Wislit-s O; I 1 1 y i net. 1! yi.ii wiii l,,r r,ai,td'-n, !m l,,a ii' lOit,- tu a-h lui II,, -in ; .mi- ol.vtn rv iuslrui-led In 1,-ivb all that an- unkfd f, and wn W.illl'l roliwln li a luvi.r f.ir llinro ta;-a win. ilo lint yii-it tin, citi, s to w lit.- us tor ham pi, . . ot a.i,-li .'.iia H I tie v lijuy lie, d, and e,,ii,(,ai prieva Willi any oil, .ri Ui, y may have. l.ipii,(.hai" sr.. aiuiill, iOid 111,11,, y ,-nu hIk-iiIhii. 11 be av-4 l.y 1,'oiiiK y.mr uo-lh nf us. M.WNAI:l ;.01'I;,SI. .V ( ') , 1", sn 17 'J unto Sr., '1 '"". - M Y.,i,. ;l) ;dix 1 (JUSTOM MADE BOOT S ,t S II O E S . , ral,i uianie r and 111 liie L A T K S T S T V I I-' s; i N , b io,. , n, ,r lUI IP. I.,, ;. 1. 11 1. and i Ill a I'K that Ur ' , ,, f.vuf lulu with 1 tt.Oii w warra la liim . ! Ill I'K that Ur , tuwr .aii-.iK, i 5I Mutio Strict IVa I ai : I,.i... 1 - - . . ........ .. i,n,, ; A" '""d.d tw a. n-pn i,ud. All W.ilk ti ,1.,: wh, 1, prulul-.d. It i; A D V P A Y Ail kin,!, and atvi.-a ot 1 I?.. I.4IOA Woi.K M tl'l TO tlliOtll, liei.U l ino Work Made a hirf-ciality. liipalru,. Ji,, l-,.,uip!iy. S M ItU.-; 4,,.., I t-U7 l-.jii.t, Vl., May 1st s7t stfx - , . ... I' t I'M Vt II' u 1 1 I - , -. Sili,aK.-d alxllt '1'lin-e Mi lea from the Village of Juinaica ' and IU". it 1. mi,i diaUrn from liit.driiie i An-.ut Xl'l a- t-a v iA iand wl ii wale rt-JI, Wfcil ' ,',!"'''';1'1 't"' !l,:" t?""1. ;"-;;''7i. -" cigar "e i.anl, a Uk am-.unt of t;miioi-k barn, I : 41. aprte-? and t.ar l w-..d oir. i Ut for n. Urn,. Vi.ii i.t a-il'i on ty lurm aid at a 41-.I..4T i-.41.t.A!M i if aj.p:,.l f r U f.r ti... W..I lu-..-r JtJr.,J u . U N. KPliAOCK. i Jumui, vt , i. li'.b, fi Marriages. lanm V i., allal y r.. M M Cu,t, .. 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IUiir.a.l, llm fm ui.-r I u.r ill Hip I.iii.U '. of A I'. ttrai.m, i u..ii,i,oin, n4 iim Lilt mi i Itir Lamia ..r M. Si t ,,j,uui, ..-tint Ilia i i....ii.t n,.t ni.ih-.i.ii..ii. n..ui,h iw mvh-I i .,'t tVi. 0 " " ""t1""--'Mi ; 3I1 tM. M. A J. nl II A I". It II . I )l'l;i: t il l H VIM UVIl t ,.r .!, . ll, I p...u i.r l.aii.'l, l.y A. 1.. Wail, .Near lue i,a, m.h I at l,. i i 1 1 " Vt" lUy ; iCK MH. 'J'O 1 K NT. I Ulf ,,, f,.nit,u . wwulllri ,, ,rln a ,;, I ... ., , , . , . . j ' r"r r,"'- It ia .uiUl.! for .l.ii uf anj-klu.t. ! 'i'.-inia t-ast. j A ) I i , at . (li.... nf v,M I '.I; I lilt's).: A ID. l'a. li,i,v I'oiht. l., lij sili IsT'J fat-iiulil ','! I C. DAG'IFT, . ! t , . . . I'K. I t.H IS Wo-tiaiiM, iuis..n and rlni.iiei. she,-, and tiit, n, r k U ,.( all kinds. Kins Jewt-liy, hlitii.,..ry, I ai-y ti.h.d, l'.M-.l ('llt.-lr., I'l l lull, -lv. Nl. t- S,.4.i.a, ai-r Il.taiHiia, t'ollara and l iiili., rhi,l,.ia.ii, Aut.-s'ini -ti and 'J'lnt.vi'o Ainu'-., a, i'..ta, .-I.'. Diaries for 1 572. diil.v. Jninaii-a, Vi. Jamaica, Vt., Nov. 7t'i, ls','1. a It I 'JMIH WOODSTOCK POST, Till'. VKItMONT I.lIU'di.M. lllll'l It I.ICAN NI-'.WSPAl'KU. Villi of widn-a-wuko S.-wa and Polio,-. S.. ,--iiii.ni cipT "iil mi api'ln-allnu. I'ni-n ; It. .'si per year, ix ni,.i,lha 7:' nl m, lit Oil H I' A. I'l.HKINH, I-:. liter and l'ubli.h.'r. WotKl.liK-k, Vt., May H'.'lli, l;at. IH rMli; TllOY PKE.-iS. DAILY BY M All,, h i WKIKI.V osi.Y ONK liiit.l.AII All kinds el ,l() It PRINTING. l'AliMKNTKIt H I.AIIK, 32IW4 aw A aiO Hivt.r St., Trny, N, V. J). S. WILSON, J'tti -lory r..int, Vniinmit, Maiiufai'liii. r and di uii-r in F U It N I T U U E , of all kinds, aliin IIOSI? Wlloll, MAllolJANV, 10 AI K WAI.Nl'T 1 II Uli It 1 , I H1'TNI T anil 44 (M l K V ool. l Ol-HNS ami CASKK'IN. I'lO'l'll!!'. 1'liAMI.H. H.ildier'a 'I'-'Rliinnnials franu-il In ll"so ,i,l and Kill at tl.lN), tl.A 11.7.1 and 12 In )i.lish,..l lilMi-k Walnut and Rill at 11.4.1, ll.lij and U.M in rludillK Klnl. l-'a.-lory I'oint, Vt Hec. l, ls71. . tlllr'illii 'i " PEUK1NS, Opt'OhlTK THU Ml Hit.' If ALL. MANCIIKSTKP, - VKh'MONV Iran nil hand and Is l-nnnlai.tly rnclf',.i; k apply ef all kinds of UAUbWAUK lil'lU'l.V MAmtlAhS. PAINTS, oil., til.AMS, 1-t'ITV, H UNCI 1 lie COACH, I'l.MAP Ujt h,.,.A(. VAItNISII KnriMi-iie Or Il.-ii7.il' h,,,r ai ' Whale, Laid, and l.iihii.-alliiK "d '"'.INT, VAIiNlsll AMI K'teil'ISO Ulil s Ills 'A III' KS TKIiH A.t UAHiiXS' VkiI.h. SAsll toi'.I), I l.o'l'lll S I.1M, 4. mi I.4TU -iwim:. A ,.f riuii,l. a-.d I.. v..l, V.-IV . h, ill'. Inmt iis'lO," ,,l of ! In On- .'.imly. 'II,.. (' l.-hral. d . iV. Stillitlilld Mninuriil'l .'"'. A Iiok'- 1.4 -,f i7,o' A i:ny .i.v ,. isn t-: 41.", A I'ull Line of Groceries ... !,,, i.int rm 1 iv. .1 -I-Mif.it ef Ka.li.lJ ( laplioat'li, "lo- li will l.e a.,l. -ry I- Ali a J"l nl Granville Brick, Ol U t Ih.TB ' An' nl f'-r . . , . . , kit kinds. fay,; 's Patent Hand Sleds .rl;,i..,.l(i, . l.l l.aml ...-a j f-.r aln . h. ap. , , ,r,. ,k ,)-n n, i!, u.i '" r ila4,. li..0 r, Vt., ,y., I'. in o.i' . you.NG NAi xj.i:on. '! ''-a i,-i h -'0- r.'-i h 'r wa i.i-l l-V 's.Vti.i.-r, l.-, ef S rtittl V. 'I,"IJ. Iliawd"' l" I t,tiKM tay, lniit 15 I lit !. '" U )'a, ll . p-no-. ai,l w. ..-I.. I j. u llnl,iln-.l l'..ul,.l ! hs l.y l!i i a III. k III ,ak; U,. i.y 1L .,!.! striuu i ll if.'-m ; ilira il.'.i mi?!. ttl liullriMti MutRaia. I 'li.a .la tu '-I tl. iitt m U " si.cnr.au and i h'....al. .i.ati ; I .Nap..!.. j l,i,,.a in 41. Sliiinelit t,"iii "f I li tllxa- i allaiua t M'Mgttl Iwa4 t-l l-4 1' und lu II. la i MJ'"('' li,t A"r II uu, - tut t- .'..l ' 14 .w-i'j. I tt-0 alv 'Ur in i a' tory I'oSnt ., N'eriJioni, j whn t,M Urfl .t , -rai.it. u. H.ia alual.l an aual. nel li.l-"-a H. t il-.i'- Will appienatt In f ir'a tucfir U ii of 'Jicms Hill 0 t Wattatt , t' U liai-l lfaf.1. I lsi !, if u. i aar 4.i-.a will, f.-ai. An n-atx ! d..o.u..i of ti, tiu .,f f.)ny, Wnl U evnaidered with f.ai. l'-au:rn.f r-it4 f" Biara ff.'fji a d. tai. Aii a.--eifiioa at or r,k k utir. P.. V.. I KAVfli, 1-ruvritUr. i. A. IHAVI.il, Agiut, ia-Utv I'..t.' May it, l-U. r,s"