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Tho Manc-luMcT Journal.
Mat- M .; THl !.! IV, Al UT, 5, Illtaatt I WffcM . a -a r a r : t I V-: J - V CHANT, f I ". ---s ei rus.ctsi : Ill.VfiV VIJ.M'N, cf mkmm Stia.n,ail.ai ImiMllvft. tea . a - jt ut s hini i; r wkui.i. r ijr . ; l.l I.I, K TAKT, t.f RtnLi.c!,,,,. . ft i- us : JDUV A. PAGE, f MomprU-r. I Ma a-a SO la ? aala.ll.. r . s Mill M K k Mill! IN Wr- i...tr. , I; M 'lull J"V I nii-mro S aatfT It : I ! H k I of M ivi'll-h, of I oi,.l. roa ssi-nirr- ; Ii ( liiil t T, of AiUugtot!. na a.a minr : J I. X 1 1, if Itnpirt. r tT ri-. i J K. It ATI HI'iJii.lv, uf Arlington. Sua isir. or ra-'feits ; I'.. U l"I II IM. KtbUitr I'l.tricl, i till I lliUll t,o I'UUK t. , I a 1 1 latf I a,nll. The Imi o Iniiiili.glon r.Miu'y an hirvt-y rs.iat-d to n,eet iu r,,na rototution at hauk Itai!, i North In ui,tiii. 11, i n M.suday An tb, A I. !?. it Ido'rlutk A. M , fur tbe poff. of nuti,ii.il,i. eusiiljr isSxiprs W ls eup u.ned at the esmiiug rmpla mber elt-ton. From iwul spkn- from nlir-ad will l.t.Ir.aa tbe con- i 1,1k ; aad tkiBtmtu let aa ass. ths largest ltrtiii er fetid in liihiugl.un county, ere uu IXa" Slofck. Ustiinl, Vl, July )t 'ri l.lrl Hpabll4 C mmiy iMtrll. Tbe jtwrtl lU'pnblirtrnof ('.i-aiilimUxi Countjr 1 iijk Hull finriti 1- iiniiiK'i ni o M 0'ly Auvut !h. l III o'Hixk A. M., f'ir Ui par-!- ( b,i,toui, a cwmi.ir u, ki Ui u aup xf1rl In lb fx l H.ltr plra lKiD. All l,'d u ll,V pri,t aduilbwlrfttioo utl In favor of tho l-,ii.,', of (Jr"H f iil 11miu are coidialW In viU(ltoU i'r-aiit. r'Hd a(akera tiara Lf a loiw-. ut ftii lrrw tl,s uuuTiiitiun, tare, bj rail rtd, frr oti war. H. 1 II I' III), 1 r,n,,. iUtitAM, j f,1 ; '' f . illuXAH I . IHI.K ' ' -""l,r'-h.lh ll-niuuicto. Vt., July 2J.I, l7i. !'lt Tli lU'iiuingUm iVfe Vf, accor tlinji to iUown KtatC'iiiciit tho "ofTicial"' county 1'itpfr, tlie otiljr out-cpoken (Jrant ittjf"r in tin county, hits coidp out fur Urei-lcy liccaimc, t it Kaya, tlirei' fuui !ih of iu patroim arc fur tliat tii ki t. 1k,c h it mean tlireo fuurtha in iniinliT, or in ni.e 1 According to the f.iinuUK :yiti of Waloolo every inun 1,hh tila j.rice, tiut we think tho Free i'rr.u IJ out too cliP8, luit perhajiH we liavi) not get tins exact figures. Hut wlicre nrc the men, who two years ngo fried out so utrongty in tho colutnnii of tho I'rte iVewi about tho crimo of luuz ling tin prtH. In hid "IU-collorlioim of a Buny Life" Mr. tiret hy ay ; "I have no f .4 it It in third party movi-meuU, wliich arn generally intpclli'd by an occult purpusa to help one of the leading par lii'H by drawing off votes from the; oth- r." Mr. Greeley and hi friend an "I.ibor.tl Iepublicana"exactly illuntratc thin, liipy neck to help the Democrat in party by drawing oil votes from tho Itepublicnn. The truer conclusion, perhaps, would bo that tho lie Btill dis likes third parties and is a Democrat. IIKI't Hl.lt A Tt U!HMITTKIC. 1'ownal Solomon W. (Jarduer, J. IVikiim, JohnW. Hall. SUiuuird-Obid Hall, J. M. Clougb, J. 0. Sanlord. Headriboro Apiillos I'ailey, II. W. Mason, O. V. P.enoet. Keambnrgh Joseph CroKier, N. J. Wilmm FoHtt-r (irnrnU'ck. A m lltl- OK MlaTOIli. tkrikiM t.lwrfiln ami lluntrr tirvrlvy, tralv'a latrlIUm. Oil th lUh uf August, 1H(V., at the lime when there was tho grvatcut IK1 tt Httily fr encouraging the I'niou Ki'iitimctit at the firtli and uphold ing tho hand of President Lincoln in Lis trying positi-m, lluraco Greeley Published in th Tnhuiir, a letter to Mr. Lincoln, nuking certain demand in his M-lf-confideiit manner. How his interference waa viewed by the l'rehi deiit may Ik judged by the following paragraph from tho reply 'if that cau tious and jnt-t man, dated August i!'Jnd: Hmi. Jlotace Greeley - I-ar Sir: I have jut read yours of the Inh inst., addressed to myalf through the New j of Mr. Shaw, whom tho trustees have Yoik Tn' yHr If there Ik; in it any engaged and appointed principal please statement or assumption of facts j publish the following testimonial from which I kdo to l erroneous, i do not j official member in the board of ttus iiow and hete fotilrovt-rt them. If j tees ol Chester Academy. Uirro 1 any inference which I may To whom it may concern, tho hearer Udieve to I faWly drawn, I do not H. II. Shaw, A. M., now of Springfield now and hero argue against them. If therf I pt-rvptible in it an tmfilfnj 0'id Jiahuil Ume, I w ait e it in dc- f. teneo U an old friend wh.wo heart I bavo always upped to t light As M the olicy I sectit to be pursuing, a you a ay, I have lot meant to leave any wit 111 uoui'fc. a On tho 1th of July, loi, Mr. Grt-f-li-v ticlncd to Mr. Lincoln a letter and . . :.. 1 ...1 . a dispatch Lo Lad received from Colo-iuiinistraliou of Mr. Shaw, maintain iU ladvji Jewett, ho wan at Niagara Falla, c''l oarned reputation, aa afTurding an iit wLith Jewttt id. Two ami aa-jpportur.ity for the young of bo tho doia of Davi A C., aro now in Canada j sexes to ettt-r upon aad pursue their trir y,7 qu1 i-on.'ifc j vrrt fur ;"! atudie under most UvuraLlc circtiro and r.juet-l (im ley lo come to Ni-; sUuee iu the classics, or the different agaia PalS ith the Prt-aideut s pro-! bianche of Li.g!h Liurature, Citing Ulitm for theia to proceed to Wash-S them well and fully for any of our col i tig ton. In hit letter Iran ismi tli tig j lege, or for more common walk and tbfm to tho President, Gietley aid : business of life. The attention t f thejf was a widt-aprtad cctivktijn j piou young tnen of every denomination that the Governmed and iu j roitiinet.1 ! of christian, It pefu'.'y baking forward uppoilr are not aiuioti for t-acr,jlo the tniuiatiy, and needing pttuhiary !tfil!?, Vwi t fj.:tr ! f r ir,-:?gTM, !( ;.! wiih a iiew t-) tie tu-xnti..i ' ! ti -a (w-fj t t" Mt In N' ;i! Cuo ' !,'.,!., If., at, 1 iDw'sicl y av It hut Mt cfr-ai a t.-c-rU. tu it.aur- f , ti. n, (te ley a'?, tg r U-1 a -!an f a ,nliin lit, la reaj-or,,.,., IJi,tda , ; f '!' Jt,!y '.'!i, IC 1 If j mu aj, Ci,,I .,y j i r-, !i aeywl.ere' . -it.g t-i bi .';,V j r"p',s.l:on of J f-tou Iiavi, la wthr, i f .rpeit. f , fK.Vi ttt'J I ,r r-,1 !. , . I,f ( .,,., ei 6'.-,-', . 'j.rv. w hU-ver lf it etiil ia (, sjV t .t him that he ' t.'iy on,e to nse w ,th yon, t--, Afw-r coi.eidfiablo hagglirg at the t t'l i:i,poe ! 1 V I.iii' -ln, and mik' , ! Llii'lia! t orreap. (irecley where lie tiatiol.s, ; pioeecdcd t,.' Ni.igirjt IVi, . "p-.t.l hih JliluUH pCJi.f j f i!ii)g ' tit it ( -ly t i 'i,e the nlfap-' : poinU d reN 1 agents of th'' purport o( ' Lini o'u's letter. A Siibse.jilent letter ' i to 5 ret ley from the Presidef.t, dated j July I 'tli, said if they would consent ' j to coin on being ahowu toy letter to j sm of the ilh inst , thow that and this ; j to them, and if they will t ome " th( J ' term ft Hei in t!ie former, bring them. I i Tie'se letters were not shown to tho ! j rebel agi-nts by Greeley, but after cor responding w ith them along until the j 'JUt of July, Greeley showed them a ! filial statement of these same terms, J wliich the President seiit to Niagara! I Falls by Col. John Hay, to make sure ! that it was delivered. 'I he ho t then ' tamo out that the rebel agents It'iJ no i Utitharitj fr m Li' htiuiui ll and tho farce was closed. Mr. Jewett subsequently made a public statement that Greeley regret- ed the tad termination of the initatory steps taken for peace, in fimnewnce uf , the Kuu,je uiuUe ly (he l'rtuUnt in Wtuhin'jtvn fur iiej(ifiiiti''s uutn- d it iu ally. This statement, as will readily be seen, placed President Lin coln iu a grossly false position before tho people, and ho applied to Greeley for permission to publish tho entire correspondence, suggesting, however, tho erasure of Greeley's references to the North Carolina election and the threats of a northern insurrection, as being likely to infuse into tho public mind Home of tho despondency which Greeley himself felt and openly avow ed concerning tho prospects of the country. This proposition Greeley declined and Lincoln went into tho canvass for his second term, resting under tho im putation of having pursued a vacilla ting course in relation to tho proposed negotiations for peace rather than that tho country at this crisis should receive the impression that there was danger of a northern insurrection or doubt of an ultimate triumph. On the other hand Greeley, tho man really at fault in tho matter, who could have explained it satisfactorily, in tho meanness of his soul suffered tho mat ter to rest and Lincoln was compelled to bear it with all bin other trials. What a contrast between tho two men ! What a lamentable want of patriot ism and even common decency on the part of Greeley ! Tho fooling with which Lincoln regarded it may bo gath ered from tho following note written at the time to the late Henry J. lUyrnond, editor of tho New York Timet : MvDkaiiSiu: I bavo proposed to Greeley that tho Niagara correspon dence be published, suppressing only tho parU of his letters over which the red pencil is drawn in tho copy which I herew ith send. Ho declines giving his cousent to the publication of his letters, unless these parts be published with the rest. I have concluded that it is a better for me to submit, for the time to tho consequences of the false position in which I consider ho has placed me than to subject the country to the consequences of publishing these discouraging and injuious parts. I send you this and acompanying copy, not for publication, but merely to ex plain to you, and that you preserve them until the proper time shall come. Yours Truly, AhUAlUM LlNi o I N. t OIlltKM'OMIKVt K. lit It SKMIV tKV. Mam HisriK, July 20th, 1S72. Mr. ,litor: That the public may know something ofthe character and general reputation Vt , was for throe years principal of our Academy, himself a clear and in tensely earnest scholar, a rigidly tho- rough and accurate' instructor, a tirra and successful disciplinarian, a chtis- t'u gentleman. Ho gave tone and character and incrrae U our Academy which few principal have reai hed. It is expeeteJ, therefore, that the Seminary here, will under the ad- ". !, is -;--,: iiJiy calo-d to the fset that otic ita f tin ,cf fxiiuary is to m.Jer j thi a! !, an I Ury ar arnettly invited aa bmtoforc t- fharc in lb l'!;' f-e"-ti.-ra f! r !. t. MMni7iii, Yr , Ju't 1' 'th 1 The ijyeti.:a "lto will bePreai-' del.t" ba lee derided IkVMier than a' Tone anticipate''!. It cannot 1 Con- rb red visionary or al-Mird to Ifdieve ' that, if an election could bavo lt-en j ! ! 1 t.i w i . k ago ILra, o Greeley would have rt-ccivi'J a majority of the! popular VoU of tho country. It has j befu true, however, that from the day j of 'irei ley's tiomiuationi to the pre act t whenever rank copperhead, ha ap proat hed a Pepul liraa w ith a Ku klux smile and an extended palm there Las i been a shrinking, a recoil, an invulun-, taiy and iudesci it al io lepelling force ! felt. Anders.jiiville and Lilly have Come suddenly to mind, and an uncom fortable feeling ha interfered with tho enjoyment of a Social hour, and some lb-publicans when brought to this test of tho correctness of their course have followed the example of Pat, who when riding down a very steep hill his horse caught the toe of his shoe iu the stirup Pat dismounted immediately saving, I'o jabbers if you're going to get ou I'll get off." Reform is a potent word, and very liable lo create a powerful, impul sive, agitation iu communities or na tions, and if tho voice that rang out the startling cry from Cincinnati had by subsequent tones given evidence of sincerity its call would have been heard and heeded by million of free intelligent voters. How humiliating it is for these same free intelligent Republican, voters to read the letter over the signature of J. A. Berry in tho Tribune of July 2Cth. Whether this silly disgusting dish was made up in one of tho back rooms of the Tribune building, or actually writ ten by Berry iu Arkansas none of the voters of Yermont will care. But that tho New York Tribune has given it place : The organ and mouth piece of the great reform candidate. The child of his young struggling boyhood and the pet of his prosperous sturdy man hood. Tnc New York Tribune, t the Joi unal that lias done more to educate Republicans in Republicanism than any other two Journals in America. That this Journal should offer iu form of a letter 'such' an apology for Arkansas rulliaim, and offer it as political capital outrages every Republican principle, and every intelligent voter. The real or fictitious Berry aflirms that the Ku klux outrages in Arkansas are a myth, but that in order to produce a proper political effect Grant leagues divide their numbers and ono part shoot tho others and charge it to Ku-klux organ izations and this is all done to elect U. S. Grant to tho Presidency iu order that the lew offico bolder t Woodruff County may retain their offices, the most lucrative of which is $500 per annum or about one half as much as an ordinary hod-carrier receives fordoing cleaner work. This letter of J. A. Horry clearly in dicates the work laid out for the great reform party through this Presidential Campaign and needs only to bo circula ted to open tho eyes of every Republi can in the country. I have taken the Ti Hun", for 18 years, and take it now, it has been my school master in Repub licanism, I shall not send twenty-five cents to have it stopped as your sub scriber did, but must hereafter look upon it as the apologist, and supporter of ' Rum," "Ku-klux," and "let us alone," and read it accordingly, and as I have been strongly inclined to the support ol Greeley, and reform I have been slow to see, and find on waking up that tho great mass of tho Republi can Party had discovered the true issue already, and that the question of who will bo President had already been decided. k Donst-r, Vr., July 20th, 1872. Mr. Kdilor: We had tho pleasure, about two weeks since to take a trip down the Hudson River, as far as Newburgh, N Y., and thought that a few words about it would pleaso some of your readers, of course this is not meant for those who have gone up and down tho Hud son time and again, but rather for those who know nothing about it, except from what they may have heard. Pas sengers starting from Manchester on the 10 15 a. in. train going south, ar rive at Petersburg!! Junction, where they change cars to arrive in Troy at 1 1:55 p in Understanding that the I night boaU do not top at all the sta llions, wo took tho 4.05 p.m. train ou j Hudson River II. R. It had been a j very warm day, so that towards even ! ing a little breeze along the river seem !cd exceedingly delightful. At Pough ' ke psio the train stopped long enough ito give us an opportunity of seeing the j mettiliers ofthe Troy Boat Club march i ing I y in procession, in splendid half ! marine uniforms, and a band of music I at their head. The "Troy boys" ap J peared lautifu!!y. We arrived at I KishkiU at 8:30. By-the-way, tho train I on w hich we were was a freight and i accommodation. From this place a ferry c rosses every half hour to New- burgh, situated precisely opposite, on ! the west side of the Hudson, about S0 ! mile south of Troy and M north of New York. This city waa incorporated a'.Hiut Cve or six year ago, and ha now a population of about 12,0o0. It Ilia sneral goodltotels ; l'tite4 Statea j Hotel, only a few steps from the lerry, m Lie b l.u lately Ui a cj.lirdjf mj(-v.v tfl and: Ci'B:! '.iiC Jk't Ut, give p"ifert Mtisfafti.'D to tC CCMon;t ri. 'paraaite,' w hich aUj git, g i:p uvusid j SVwlurghliAi two U '.it Moot-la, ! it in a pirI f- no. until fina'.ty it in- j Biixe.l it-bout and ft l-c-Ta institute, g-ru 'cleaning rn th destiryu the tree that eral'y ralit-I New burgh It.stitt. Hen- o kindly uj pottc.1 it. The t;ee at J ry W. Nglar, A. M. Principal. ThiaT-wt deravs an. I diiaj pear, wloieiU i the m st K.isiiiii t.t si h i. I in tie city para. to teit.am Uu ling by viitue anJ i ailnatc 1 r.pou tho height -l!eJ ; of iu own strengi,, glorying ia iu tri j Seminary I !. e, couimai;diii a taag-' uinpli. 11 u who are ,'ti-lio.id.'J ni'leetit w up and d .'Wii the Hudson, i Tho rettery on every tido i iiubi d of : ttnHuq.iSsed Wanty. The i biii-t of ; this iutituti "n is to thoroughly prep.ire ; boys fr their c.. liege coutne. Several ' foreignf-r are gathered here to gi t ' their r-du.ati.n. Spaniards. Frencli, j Cubans, Svtiatis, and others. There ' - i aieto Presbvterian Churches in the j city, and a third one is I eing built, al so an Ltiiacoii.il Church. l'or abtin- daneoin modern improvements of all ; kinds, and particularly for the superior beauty of its situation, w e think New burgh surpasses all other places on the Hudson River. t. i c. Gnuim, Rum Co., I'a., I July 'Jlth, 1S72. J Mr.rJUor: Inclosed please find $2.00, tho amount of my subscription to the Joi'RNaL from Juno 1st, as I find by my receipt that the old subscription ex tended to Mav 25th 1872. We old Yermonters out hero on the shores of Lake Erie cannot do without the Jot H- nal, because of its local news. One thing I cannot account for is why our paper does not reach us Saturday even ing without fail. It does not until Monday, sometimes Wednesday, and sonic- numbers have failed to put in an appearatico at all. Harvesting has begun ; wheat is heavy notwithstanding the dry weather which lasted until tho 15th inst , sinco then there have been frequent showers which will save tho corn and lato po tatoes. All kinds of fruit will be abun dant. Respectfully, u. v. it. We know of no reason why our friond should not get the Joi iisal regularly. They have been mailed, with the others, Thursday morning without an exception for more than u year. We think the fault must be in the mail Ro. Jot'HSAI.. Salem, N. Y., July 2tith, 1972. Editor ft7lchcstcr Journal: Deab S111: Last Friday evening wo had a political exhibition, which, had the programme been suggested from years ago, would have been considered the production of an insane mind. It was nothing more or less than tho mar riage ceremony of "Democracy," and "Greeley Republicans." The pyrotech nic display accompanied with tho hois ting of the "Greeley flag" seemed to be the principal 'part of tho entertainment. A few speeches wore made congratula ting i,essful evont.tmt one wouiu judge from tho BtilTncBS and awkward ness of the speakers on both sides, that they were unaccustomed to public speaking, but this was not tho case ; they were unaccustomed to advocating thoso political principles against which they had fought for almost a lifetime. For tho platform on which they pro tend to base themselves, is all a mere sham for show, and below all of this, lies deep laid political intrigue. It was very evident that both parties were dissatisfied, and would have much preferred to talk ou those subjects more in consonance with their feelings Perhaps, however, they may think that by practice, they will bo enabled soon to succeed, and so now propose to make a beginning, even though their new food is indigestible at present, and gives them painful symptoms of dyspepsia. To talk of enthusiasm or even of any special interest on the part of those gathered there such as might natural ly bo expected on such a strange oc casion, would bo perfectly absurd. In fact most ofthe audience was compris edof straightforward Republicans, who had met there for tho purpose of wit nessing the 'foolishness' of theocca sion. Not a corporals guard of intel ligent people- would have been there without them Greeleyism in Salem, we can assure you, has and will have very few vota ries from tho old Republican party. As a party, we are firm and untlitjchiiig and decided. Wo aro 'silent,' not even talkative, because wo feel our course is safe so long as there is such a scarcity of 'disaffected' Republicans. And if wo are correctly informed, this silence is universal throughout tho country, aiul Will manliest llsell Oliiy when tho crisis comes iu November next. Then we arc confident that the old urovcrb will be nroven to be true. ,, . , . ., i.i . , that, ".Speech IS Silver, but ailCIICO I gold." Sir. Editor, we are pleased to see hy the JoLhsiL that some of our 'Dorset friends arc and have concluded to rt ... . . i j ,i main wmi uiu oiu pai 10 " " j v I,,,,,. Ij.,,,, ,,11.,, l.e.l and are nat e so long Uen aiiaaiu, auu arc organizing a Grant club. tiOO'J for East Dorset May it bo the means of producing a reaction which shall be felt to the extreme boundaries of the township. There is no other alternative, no compromise. Either we stand firm aud continue with and sustain tha old Ib publican Party, or else by 'departure' we strike hands with Democracy, and ill be forever swallowed up in the maelstrom of destruction, whic h the ia preparing for us. There is a tree, native of aome of the caeteni countries, which is eaid to fro-w t j a trry tc spec u; lo mjo, tut iu bature kocmt to lUr t a .-:tof, Kcpul beans beaie, lent our pn sent ( pre spel ts f,.r power and glory sh.i!l j met t tho fate of tho po r tree, and t" late friend that P'-mocr.uy hasj p'ayfd the parasite with us. j. u. u, I a" aaaa a , JJURH AND BURTON S KM IN A RY. j t v ! Man, iii-ti i:, VKhVosr, .1 Uimnlinj n. 'v ,S, -A. f,r l.ndit j fill, lictitittitl't, Afl.u J tlx- 'hai,es-i . ef a I nil ..ol of Tr. t,- j X, J ZZluZl lion to II, t , ., &li,l t.'Utiff 111,.,, tir,.i,rli'. f,ir relief, r'tilli.rm aii.l A,a,l,'tinr Var In ni ! Wf.tupaiUv, Auk illftl. AQ early a jlJfttioti for riKilna wilt t. l"Uli allllUt"oU. tor otlit-r 1 parOelitara or l'lsl"h-uoi, alilreaa Hi t, J. l. I Wh ktiaiu, li. I1, at aiaut lu ali t, or the lTuiciil ; ro r augual l-l. M. II. KIUW, 1'iiui-ipal, Mauche-lur, Vt., Julr Hitli, TljJlHn rOOL WANTED. lu Urbii,i;c (or (iuoda at IIUAll.kY A I.l-Ai h.Vl.l. s VOW THAT A CONNECTION IS A' llSTAUUSliKU UtrWtLN Manciiks-iku AU TlU.iV, I.a''.R' are invited to rail at the DRY GOODS STORK MAYNARD. NOURSE & CO., Kt w Masonic Templi) 15 and 17 Third Bt, Troy N. Y. TI10 amvi-BS Willi which have met haa cm- flrmtid na 111 Uu' opinion that we are ankinif low one. for our gocsla. We havo lisaut assort incuts iu all ili'iH-ni'Uoiia of l'iy (looita, mchuliiin bll.KK lilwk ami Colored. SHAWLS lamia Laco l'uinti) a:ol Jto-krU, Ut toiiiau and Wool Shawl. Lmhroidi'tiea, Kihhoim, Laces, White UimkIm, Cloths, i'riiila, 1 Iiiii, Ih, lloiist kui'iius Hoods and hum 11 W illi m. D R E S S GOODS. We havt! a lare variety of Cashnicrva, J apaiiesi) Hilke, auani's,' ivpiuiH- tiamisoimi Mripos ana Krocaih) jiatti'ms, Kut in Nti-ipc l'oiilin, TstTotas, Qiiiicn's Cloths, ('ri'toiuirs, Itouhaiv rotilins. Aud iiioiti than 2(1, OhO yaidd ol .Mohaun, j;ood quality, at 'L" cU. per yard, Alo,'ill (In ns'linea a lumu asnoitiiiuiitat 2,1, 111, and :17 ct-ijts a yard, and warranted, Solid riilk, Mliiiii-d tirenmhiics, making a hand some arid set-viceuiiu uruns, SIONK rhii.ijsh, 12 1-2 its. S E N D F O It SAM P L E S. Lad es are resiii'i'tfiilly iiKim-stcd to call and cxamino oi-.r stock of ood. Wo are ready and willniK to show our Uoods, whether thecimtonier wiahe to hnv or not. If you wish tor Saiiiih , d not hesitate to anil for them ; our clerks are iiistrnctil to uive all that are asked for, and wo would consider it a tuvor for thoso ladies who do Dot visit the cities to write us for samples of such Roods as they may lined, and compare pricus with any other they may have. Kipresscharites are small, mid uioncy chu oftentimes ho suved liy bnyliiK your roousoi us. MAVNAH1), KOl'KHE .1 CO., 1.1 ASH 17 Tumi) Hr., Tiiov, New Youk. aily:Kl POUND AT LAST, The ouly ruliahlo S E WING MACHINE ill the nun ki t. TIIF.LAUliKST, THE HIMIM.KST. T II E DAVIS VKHTICAI. FKKI), SIll'TTLK SEWING MACHINE TIlIiCHKAl'EST, lIIEIiKST. Possesses all tho desirable dualities of the Htin d&rd Ma:biii8 in the market, lu its I'dpai-ily LeiDK the Jjinii'tt Family Machine made. III its Nhniiirilv heintr composed of but Thirteen Wurlciti'i Varti. In iu Altiiilalt)ity to a mile range of mirk, la its Anne of (;,eruOon-ruiiiiiiiB llRhl aim quiet, auu ueing easny nouiprenpinum. lu its i;ti)- Coimtnidtun ami Beauty uf Style and Jr tinnt. Dut its I'kiki'U'ai. KcATi ur is its V E R T 1 C A L F E E 1) , wliich Is the mont practical and desirable device for that purpose possesMed by any machine, giv ing Ihk jiavis me prelerence, and wmcii oiu mantlfaetiirera cluilii makes it StTKItloi: TO ALL OTIIKIt MAclILNKS. A mom' (it's Rlauceat tins novel roinbiiiiitioii for a KM n, will convince the reader 01 us supe riority, f it tlit) following n aooiis ; lt. The pns.er fimt ia always raised from the fabric win 11 the f, id takes place, llitn bv im parting, uu resistance to -aius or ndKSs while re oiling. 2d. The needle being In the fabric ami roov iur with the vr-BTU Ai. rs:i-HAu - with im full preastire ou th g jisls- it the tone th" Ised takea place, renders it sure, all oiig and uniform in length. Sd The needle being in the goods at ths time the feed lakes place, rcudcrs It 1 in ( m. Ijle to lull one niuee while the other is stretched. 4th. Tbe vkuth ai. hkko iiah being behind the needle rm. dels It callable ot imihiiil- i-tantf goods makes a tiusith and flexible aimill with sticl. aiikesin both sub s thiia eualiling the sewing of any number of nockm--, without hasting, and opcrullng won S'jnil la.:illiy ou liie iichviihii an Well as the ) li li t a fahnca. The Simk TuaIik, and otln is engaged in ee. ciiliug ,'roll work, hriidiiig, tie... iil appreciate the value of this h-ed at ouee, aa the eiilches are alwava the same I, iikiIi lu luriilng curves, long or short, in sillier diieciion, while all other ma chines lengthen the all, h ill luriillig the goods one wiv. ati.l hort,-u luiurninu the oit,ir. In addition to the foregoing invalush!' and in liiM,utl,!H ti aturcH whu ti are oec-llllar Uj tlim j m, nine alone, we ur-e il,e loilowmg a.i.inionai aro essential lu any machine wnthv of a place ill the family or manufactory: It. S'mi i ii itv - It has no under works to I l'M.keit after or to get out of otder; is composed I of a li-a nuuibcrof woiloug pans thauauy other j futile M tuns ; . easier and .loickef learned; and ts au simple iu cotiatrui-uoit that it can be uaed etliieiiliy by any une with faculty. 21. In aiiiii-n v In woi king parts are made of tha best imported sO-el ; ea h point of frio boa beitig caae-bardened. S-t. trnnrs' l - It is the largeal mai tiiue j tuanufactured that a iaiu d lo family sewing ; lt oj ,uci, arm embiea ii Uj do a gissti-r snei I"' ""O hiug. 0, lbtesl cambnc, ihrwug i .;., ,,!,, k u ban.t..ieaihi , ad d,- ,'U j u so well that tbe hiiu machine may be ad esl.er iu mautilactrtnng or laou.y aeslug w,lb eiual faenhty. 4 b. l-aai-ri'.isn nr sn fc,.oar It rone at s torn rale of speed, whicu, c.ii.Ou.vJ with lu !-,,. nr leea. aeables tbe operator to turn the wirk at any aUKie wtoie the tua,-hme ia In fuli Bioliot,, wnnout changing the tension or length of attwsu. 1 be a, a. blue will be aitown ith great pie were whetiiei you d-lrs to purchaaw or bot. i'kaaa call end tatuiue. SOLD OS tMSTaLLHL.NTS. C'IjONEY k WILKINSfjN, Afrents ' wathaa Couity aoJ tl.e Kurth Sh.ro of ffesibibgtoa County. Factory Point, Vermont. THE IT. ACT. TO FCY SVMMKR CLOTHING Tin: corn nr. roi;r P..it H P.l.iek, Coiner of Mer thaoU Row and Center Street. Rr ti i. MAM IN A .U.UM)VM in ord, r t" ,bfHH- of ttieir I.VlUII MX a K i,i SIMMER (,OOHS t i Uiake r,s,tu f 'l II. en FALL STOlk ir FASIIIONAlil.Y (I T CLOTHING, haie .b teimnicd in make a re.lii' tl.-ii ol prne f.-r the neit S 1 X T Y DAYS from LI to iii per cent, on all Sl'MMEK (iOODS. HATS, C AI S, VAI.1CF.S, t Alil'LT ll.U.S AM I MI UI.I.UVS slwaya on baud ; alsn s Fi ll Link ok Gints Fi hmsiiino Gikihs. l ome and see n U fore put chasing elsewhere M tHtiS A JI.liKoWSKI. Ilullaud, Vt , July lTih, JsTJ. CTtltfi (U STOM ROOTS AND SHOKS AT uu: KMTOLY 1'olNT I'sToM IKS'T A slloK Mlor Thankful for the very hhctnl palionage be. stowed in the past, we hope to merit and rowite s counniiRuce of the same. We insim fact tire tooi dcr tliNr's Fine French calf boot,.. " llt,-kkiii hoot " " tisitcr Uiots, all Mtyh-ti and luaterials, " " (ipera hoote.al! styles and lusleriuls, " " N ip iluon boois, all niatciiulK, " " Webster Tli-s, " " dx ford Ties. " " t'ollgress lies Slid gatels, III fact everything In the hue of gents wear. LAIUKS' IiI'.l'AHTSILrT. I.Ainr.s' Fine llottoiird bis,:s, all iiiatenala, " " liuitntioii button lio'iti. nil iiiaterlsls, " " I'oliah boole, " " Serge bisit, " " Congress I'mds. We manufacture everything for ladies wear out of any material denned. Hatisfsctiou guar anteed lu all i ssi's. The I'oUtneing liulr irilt lie StriiAhj Aithtridta All work niauiifactiired In tbe latest styles. No work not perfect will he sold. Tho very bent material will be lined, and nil gisids sold at tbe iowent possible price. AH work will he done when iiromised. All goods warranted to he just as represented. au nuts win uu collet leu promptly Orders from a distance will ivceivo prompt at tention. H. M. LYMAN, Agent. Factory l'oint, Vt., July .Id Wi. Call and examine our piNE CALF ROOTS, OF Ot'lt OWN MAM'FACTlTti:, selling for (5.50 to (0 00. Oppotito the l'oet Ollico, up stairs. H. JI. I.VMAN,!Ageut. Factory l'oint, Vt., July 17th, IN71. !!':)tf 0-fl JICH, ATTRACTIYE, STYLISH, SOLID OOl.O, LOLi.v.d pi.aTK, ,1KT, SIIK1.L ANO DOLLY VAItDKN JKWKI.ItY. The llnest assortment and most desirahle pat tenis ever ollerd lu llouintigtoii County. WATCTIF.S. CTXICKH, (ioLD I'KNS, SfLVF.lt AND SILVKIl I'LATKII WALK, HI'KCTAIT.KS, NOTIONS, LTC, KTC. The largest stock of American Clocks and Gold l'ens ever ollered in this vicinity. C7in,f.i( oiise tn fA Mute fur Amniean Uutfhm, f'sll on O, L. Howabii the Watchmaker, Jeweler, Kngraver and Manufacturer of Solid (told ltlngs Hlurt Htuds, Sleeve liuttonn, Silver and Masonic. Jewelry. 1'mtictilar attenlion given to the sd Justment of Chronometers snd Fine Watches, dilhcult Jewelry reparuig snd eugrsving upon gold and silver, l-.iiglaving executed fromdrsw mgs, in Munogrsnia, or in ltoman, French, Kgyp. tian, German, Italian snd Old F.nglish Tuts. All work skillfully and promptly eioonlcil for a rcawnable coiipi-nsatiou, and warranted. Old gold and silver made up or taken in exchange for new goods or green backs. O. L. IIOWAItlJ, Slain Ht., Factory l'oint, (Manchester) Vt. Factory Point, Juno INtb, Wi. Ktfi 4:),tf gHIUTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS. N. E. POWERS. East Aklinhtos, - Vkiimont. MAXtKAI'TtJtKU or KINK MiLH-l KIIIItTS, ('(II.I.AIW AMX'l'i'FM, Winhes to call Ihe attention of the public t tbe fact that be has 011 hand a fine slock of SCOTCH AND K.Mll.lsH ClIKVIOT SIIIUTINO which will be made up to or or in the finest atyh-n, cut to meaniire, and warranted to fit. Al no. Fine Iirenn Hurts made fiom the very best grades of Mtixlin. F.very (ieutleiuaii will he warranted a good tit, by tiding Ihe following uicaaiiretiM-ht in inches: Ht.e of collar worn ; ai.e round the client, wnmt and wnnt ; distance from center of shoulders along the arm to thekuuckle of tho wrist. Mention the number of plaits In bosom aud style of (-titln ; also mention whether bosoms are to have studs or spirals. The trade furninlied with F'l e dreaa aud business slorts nt short notice. Laet Arhngto , Vt., July luth, 1H72- 721yl(lx TAKE A CERTIFICATE IKTIIK NORTH EASTERN MI'TCAL LIKE ASSt MJIATION, or I'.iivrit.itouo, Vl.HMOST, iorriet IK TOWM uau.,; PROTECT Yo'l'R FAMILY, The Kipfhse 's Iss than One-third the Coat in au Old stoeki'lan Company. lllUrloN NO, 4 For persons siied 11 to 7u, ahmisios, tH (( ASSt Al, HI K ti l) HumKIVK II 10 For ea b death. I'rceut uutubtr, Division Ii. Ages Jil lo In, Aimnotios lid (SI ASSI'AI. lira 11 Oil ASt.SKTS fl 10 F'.,r eti diath. Nunil.' i about t'M, Invi-loN K. Agi-S 40 to (O. AOMtnsluS 111! (Mi Ast ai. m i: ! (mi B.i.Mi r fl 1() For iv h d, alb. K-iuiber about 1'Mi. Apply to it K. Fowi.ia, al Mam Ussier, and st Arhogum, to it. h. Hasi lu ease of tbe ilt-aiti of any member of the as sociation his heirs isr aasigiisea will lo'-etve aa many dollars as there are tneu,b.-rs in his do Vtelou litaitii born. Vt., .May Wth, 17J. Dlylli JJ R. DYER, lr.Al It is PORTA RLE ENGINES, ibou 6 loll soiuir. rowss, n,s nisei s ,11 rr.ua 1-1 kill' SS, EOlASl i-i gf-a si, TOIHII. HOIXV K AMj OTHKlt Iwl AliV I'LMI S for Quarry an 1 Mill Work, alao I AST AS WUot bHT IlloS PIPK. All n.t f-,r Wau r, Sieam aud (,ss Ail kiuda of Futiova tiiou-i-a, Suani and staler lji,:i, SOaiu Vll.litiea. (S,M Valtea, hwaua , Ouage Siel 1st t-ui ka, Ai. hi HH1 K MiK AVt BHITfiO. LHATHI -K 1'KI.T I.mi ami I ' imi, fci sin a Ai' I Lax J ai al.M-i AND iiTio.1 lflt, l.itgmet and other Quarry Mathitxry pet la oraooi at abort notice. AiK, Su-ani, Viata-r and ifsa Kltonca. I'liiel l.u ansstio raib to iirriso It CBr.ui F'ioair. 11. H. Vtti., li Merchant' Iv, lialiatid, Vt., Itafx h Ab, 1S71, tTltfl 1 Vat lis. ! , i Jtt -ill. i !". w r.. HI, U. ! .' T, t: ; 1 ':,t I, I ot a l t 1,,-.,. -u. it Vif(.u, ! J'UI l,,i.V.a ! h I . i, 1 ' I : U,a la!f J :t t - t-B I 1 hi,'- I l.i e. f I "tUaaa.! ! II t!a.t lj t, Si ,l,v la II, f t..or- iA f r-.lt at tti asa.l 15 o m 1, I of. t, J . L-T' 1 ""DIN t I V I If I' I A til-rO-.-niet la iaael te l to L f II.: li' 4 I ft! t. s i Oeeta Jl iu;, , , ti i'. -n Itr.thi !! Ui t.,t.,ri Us l',:l.ii , ll.'tie an t Mao. I rt. i 1 . , i ! -A, t ha s W,l.h it-am Willi g t in. .cut. 1-,. a. T !.i t-n-t. r Will te Mm !U- I . af i, , on a, o. 1 1 ' SAUo' al ! II I W alette-use A t o a I -,-il.i s. j I Vaeloty I . O.t. t , Jiev . I,, i- i 1 I' JVIl tvUT, J hk: .rw a.sg ,ar.. g.t l. " w.-ik, sn.14 eoiia I it., .o Ilia .4-1 I H the I liiao-s aia.' I leali nH iNt.ta, hea I f I I f r-tl- lie, two ar.d tl.i , e leara ,.et W li w!i"ii of !;L j M tJoli Il.tW I I V Maeehcal, I, Vt Jult Sd ,;i. t.,.f I Mil SCl.t:. Al.-.o... . , 1tv,ve I Sh ell. M,-l 11. at. Ilntl.r lilba, W I,, t t liatroe, 1 low, SOU In faltn u, tm.ls X , Ir L. A Al s 1 Nt'Tll L. rilis Is I.i tive li.-O -e II at I Ln giveti my pom Jain, a L hni-ton bis tone ibiltiii,' I.. i- ri ntaiit-i, r ,d bin in otv and that I tisll ciaon nolo, of Ma w or ft jr aeyii-t'ta of his , ,,ntia. oi t; a r t ', .Utc J VMI s p. Kit lit 1. V. Mauchealcr, Vt., July vl, l-.;j. oia IUxst'l.t lloNoF t ul AhlM hsllll'. Ihe f e.,paltneihlp hel.-let-u,' i-iitoiu Under in firm name of ( iciooee A t,roei la this day ,l,.,,lv , d l y mutual ci lia, nt. All ih his due llm til til mtlnt be paid St OIH'-C. S H i t I MOSS, I VIM I NT til.tiH U, I would announce to our furioer fiu-ioia at,, I paltona thai the thug tiuaio, rs ("ino-liy cartii .t oil by t'hiiiona A lirovei will mi1I be continued by 111 ll'tplog lot a nl.Hre of yclir plrona(,e I rvtiiaiu Vo'lla l,-ps, IfuMv I'M 'I- NT tllit' I II. Factory l'oint, VI , Jjly l,tn, ls:i s.twt T NY. A W. LEWIS, HAIR DRESSKUS, Court lbm,e, Mum lit li'f, Vermont. SHAMNO, IIAllit't' l'I INll AND ll.Vltt DV I IMI, hlecntcd 111 Woi klnsullku style, i'tlrfieooi- uHi'ittn'ti ooi ii t'i I'ultiifj .o,h, a ,o,-l l -o.'ihriia' ,'oir, Mam Ileal, I, Vt., Julie attilli. Ki .'.llf v; jacoi'.s, Uealer ill LACKS, r MIlboll'I.Kll t, I'd STl:lwMIMH AMI I'tUlsKTSl, KID OI.OVI ,, Ac. Otdcrs l.y mail promptly attended lo. lie tin ngloii, Vt., lib- Lull, s;j, 'Jtityl.is ntuio AGENTS WANTED. ' AtfenU WKiil-'fl ti tlo ln-mtitdil 1'h T"- OUAPH M Altlll 4((R (.H TKM AM) I ' tt O 1 1 M i H t 1)1 i amii.Y HfiHiKim. Kttr turioB, wmi mUimj Im ( UIDKU (V lino , J'ubhhtirti, Votk, I n, ? Mi CA.MMON, M.tsei ai n iii it or rim AMERICAN PIANO-FOliTF. Wholesalo and Ketnil Wsrcrooins at the Factory, corner of Itroadwsy and North Ferry hltei I Albany, New York. EVERY PIANO IS WARRANTED. TIkso l iaiit) Fortes hac received TIIIlt'TV -NF.VF.N fiOl.U .M1TIA1.N ,1 M i'l,OU Art frotn the ililT, rent l-'sire and liistilutee, Au illustrated circular will ho sent on spplica tion, from which a person can select Willi full conlldeuco that as good an iiietrnmcut will hu sent as if ho should select for himself, Addtess, W.M. M,C AMMoN, Albsny, N. V Albany, N. Y., July 17ih, 1N72, S.llf J) K. WILSON, Kaelory l'oint, Vuliiiont, Maioirscton i ami th aler iu F U R N I T V R K , of all kinds, also KOSIt 'iNID, MAIlotJANY, 1IJ.ACK WALNCT clll-ntv, ciihs'i Nt T snd wiiiti; I tmii Cdl'UNS Slid CASK k 1 H, 1'ICTITIF, FBAMKH. Koldier's Testim,lllaB f,m, ln k, wod mid gilt at sum, II.7J , u.m In ttolinhed lilack Walnut and uu a, tiM tL aud ii.'i:, iu- clilillllg glaas. Factory l'oint, Vt., I lev i. jj, 3lly'J10s J)ENTISTRY. The subscriber would respei-tftiiy j t , r t r n Ihfl peoplo of Main busier slid vicinity lM purchased the business of In. A. M. i,,jn,,,n and will conl iliiie it at the sauio place, w,, , hopes to receive the pstrotisgn i,f ail wliO,lny have work to do iu his hue. lie intends to du nothing but U o o d Work .Ami (Juimtnleei .Sutiftrlit,n in h.rrry nsouce I'riceewill he ss low as heretofore and work will be done as cheaply as nt any country otVute. He will he nt his office lu Manchester stall tunes except on Ihe eecoud week of inch month . On the wci k common leg with the eecouil Monday of each month, until fort her notice Im will be at Motguu'e Hotel in Jioiidiille ; on Tues day following at Tenny's Hotel, Wentou ; en VYedliendav st lirown's Hotel, tvtuth liotnloli dcry ; on Thursday at 'Towiiahciid ; on l i i'lsy at lJr. hpruig's Jamsica. T K It M S V A S II. OEO II. F-wivr. Manchester, Vt . Nov. Int. Is71. a.ip.i IN THE MA T'i ER OF THE RAN UY A liANK.-AI ( ha in be is ihn l.iih day of July A. . is, a The Itei-CiVer of the Dauby I'ahk eronoses ren deriug an account of his r civeralnp. Vihere. njiou it was ordered that ssi'l a, count be istu iuetl, for sllowatii-e, at the Lales tionae, in Hol land, in the ci, mil of Holland, on the 'l ib. v of AiiKiist, A. I)., eti, st tsoiM loikin the sltet uoo i and that all pnrnons he nolir,,! tbeieof by pltblinhlug s copy oftblsotibr for five, lays in the Daily Initial,. I lln ui t, published at Hiilisnd, and lor two w.-i ks In the Mam henti-r JoiliMl.. publtahed St Main hi sti r, f violls to the i dsv of Anguat, A. I. 1 S7i, afon aid. l!y older of the (.ham llor. H twi II. h. FuVW.l It, Deputy C h rk. ( 'OMMISSIONER S NOTICE. We, the inW ' Il.rs, hi-t'ig aii(uitiit, ,l by th Hon. tlie I'robate Coin I f,i the intiul of Staik- chesler, CoUimlSKloners Ol rei nils, elallillie all I edjunt tbe claims ait'l ib i,i.ajwa of Wi rvaia against Ihe eatstn o In II, ia V,ruuS ft i,( Aillu Ion. in said I'.s net di ceae d, ia! aini ad claims and demands exhiliU d lu ott. t tio-rcto; aisi six months from the I tit, day of Ju y 1 -Tii 1 log al lowed by said Court for that poi-p'-, we d,,, Iherefore, hereby me notice thai ws w il at'eiei to the bitat'iiaa ef our appoint no lit al the ttaol. hug hoiiaeof Dwiht Sheiilotelu AiilliCt-on on the stli day of January, 171, lorn one until h ur o'chs k, p. ni.. ou nsid ,lsv. Dated at Athngton this llth day of July, A. L., s2. A. 11 tMIII.D , ,. , Mas A. I-.. LAlULI.i l.i '""" J. LOOP, IMPORTER JAPAN A C II I N A T E A H , iI.asisS A Hi srisis's CXilt. 1 hi loll f AM' 1.VKLVN KGtl-.ETS , RUTLAND, VT. I would stat for the inf .rii, alien l4 ll.s pubhr that theM Teas are liopoft' d unthbr loyperaonal sup'ruacu, and are f OfAliAKTLU KL1.E mm AD1T.TI ItATlOS Agett for n UK. CALUotM V, fil l, by th eu of bair.l. I.ai rs srs r'j,.etJ to tall and ri-oi itishty sud prle. of O'ssU, as I f' t soi..ev thai 1 can li.A It au obje t for li.eta O, pn' ClalK, 17 i-io III