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Mr. llalloHay,of Jerey Cily, rea ht .1 a tine din'otirM' at the (.'onjfrfjsa imml ( htirtH lat Sahhath. Smio of our old tueii ean heat tho 'Ui)" ''out of (heir !Miti" in the tic of ho old fahioiied )the ami jiitfli fork. Nvhle J. l'urdy, 71 jeiir of itffe, recently uuwcdaiid jnead out one ami one-half tcrci of ifrii', coiiipletinK it Iwforo twelve I'cJut k. Willi Hud on uf Zera Hard, was itifi.rtiinato ftioiiKh to have the end of o of hi finders i liiched off In tho coff r a mow iiifi iiiathine on Tlitirday. Ilo hiuk (hn nciinatioii of uteli an opera ion anything hut ( leai'aiit. Ilirain r.mirn met w illi a ad aceidetit in Monday. lit! U ailhject to epileptic it, w hich reiiikrhini for the time Iiimmq. While etigajfcd In the hay field on that lay ho had a mithtcti nttaek and fell on liia trythe, hadly rutting both liinlm near he knee joint. Ho wat lnotiaht t thi tillage and Ir. Heui'.;nway ilreitsed his Wtillliil-i. A larjfo cottipsny from tho Fiuinox lloiitic vitiled tho top of Mt. Ktuinox on Monday. (ur hokl guests arc taking ad vantage of (hei-c cool daj by gctttntf up nu'ueroitit cxcuraltin parties to illfl'erotit H'tlifa t'l inieif'iti in una ftititiiiiy. Here i anew reanott for voting for (irt-tley. .n outline Pctiiocrat ot this; Keep tne amnenco in good tiunior, at town on declaring bis intention to sup-iliuus making hard hits on tho Demo- port Crwlry w as asked if (ireeley Is j ltcintk-rst. "NO," was the reply, ho ill not Democrat. He i a darned mean j llepuhllf an, but we w'ant to keep some ! ing to swallow. At the close of the trouble agoing." tneeting a hearty vole of thanks w as giv- A man last wn-k brought a uit j cn to Col. Joyce for his excellent and pa against Vamlerlip's Hotel to r-covor i ,,u,,'c M"'1'1'''' a"11 three loud cheers for wage for hi aoif. services. ln trial it I (in"1'- The meeting was a great success turned out that the young man hvl, with! ' Creeley men will be compelled to his father', t cut, engaged to w.irk for jl'11' 1,1 .maidcrable extra labor if (hey a rcrtali, time at w ages, and that he 'j "lllle K"'J ll'l'ir l"'t Ht H'O' carry ltd bt foro the end of Iho lime ami w .'lb-! 1 " ' out ttiltirieiit t-flUM'. Al least Magistrate ' I'AWIET. Fowler, before whom thecacwas tried -Farmora in this vicinity arc bu-y so found it and brought in a judgement ; ,,mkii,K hav with a f.rospcel of a tooil for defendant to recover cost. We refer , .. , r .. ,. , . . to the rase not for u peculiar Interest , ., , . . . . . . . but U'cauc it tilings tip certain pniici - , , , . . ' , . . plt of law which many of us ought to . . . . . . ... ,. , ' ! , U now manufacturing sago cheese of ex- plo) era na well aa the employed. A Coll-; " " tract for hU.r ia just as binding on both j , d!,'"t 'l""1'- partica aa any other contract, and H either) We hav" iioghi;letl sending you l'aw party bnuk il he ia liable to an action for i let new for stt,ine time. The fanners of d image.. A person w ho bin s out for a (hi town are looking ehcerful while certain lime and leave U (ore it oxpira- gallicring an alnimlaiit nop of hay ami in tioii w iiliutit uliu icnl caiifto not only has ; view of the abuiidalil harvest the coin no claim tiiKiii the w stea all eady earned ing fall. I think 1 never aw the l'awlct but In Mime rase may b held liable for even iimrc damage for bica.'!i of coiitt at t. ( hi the other hand a ihiii employing a lalmicr under like in iimslitruet and tli- hargra l.im w ithoiit Mittiticiil iim! Ie- i lore the end of l!) liw tVr hh h he is i (tigagrd, wou;J In? held liable for the I unsold. amotint cfwagta lor the fail time. If! MilIlv of lle (UuUi ld(hlU ot ,;. ffp!e undoUKvJ liie law on tin ),, Uvc r!.d. Mis JSarlicU of Mid hxt iM(ri.KLly and fi partUular injllltf ,,rBnvil!l.t N, y., !llT i , tool making their .Miitiatl. definite and I ,,;. -t 0. U, eloMnl h,-r a. htl witha wilting wU re practhabk', tl'ns would J j.j,.,,, The excci.es were held in the I fewer lawauit ami mote general ,u .j,),.,,, c (,f w krU"s i.'5'1"" J ""' ; K nlghf.. Ail of the pupils look part in ho ahoolJ be friend.. Um, xer. isc. by dt, Uiining, ilialgi,e, HT. jit. Mr. W. Li., StiptrinU iidt iit, Wing Thfkui ilcf mfi-.alitr haa twice wilh-!taned ufoi, nrnaiktd that he w aa happy in the pat wwk ajmnded lit our ear, and ) t Tuct the kclauol chihltcn and ail who twoei ihe etdrrty and ahied meutU-ri ! wt fe i participate in the excn iM-s. lie of our roitimisiiilj' have l- n euuatg( to Urf aiient jfiave. John W . lUnia, Lnj., and Mr. Saiaii lentl, widow f the late I k.u. Mjrott Clark. Weuefer iuor tkteudeJ notii tttitil .et ck. ft- . ' . f ..... 1 .. . ... .t . . - r. votine ia Wlfij itro ll.ai at inn-w li g ,f t!.t Vertnoiil ami New Yolk Milk Pro- .... - . ft.. ,1.... I. .f lit. I , .1 miftiit' l . l . i in . , u iiiii . I'aclorr IVit.!, ouitidav, Antial Mi, 1st;, at 11 o'ci.xk a. ia. It 8 iuijortjiijt ; ictitaik the vauerinttFttdetit piw-raed toik-t mpeib. The night w as clear an 1 thai every lartner auJ tui.k prifclticer Mi lisrtletl ith a betat.f ul pholcj; raj h eo.4 tlivourijC the 111 room t't that iao ahoijid be ptcM-nt ; kiiwho tlcaire to to-1 album a token of fiitudrbip fi-utu Iw-r I jj-.,ur which usually accouipauies a July oourace tlx ectcri'i'va wiil L w op-i j upil. ill liaitWU n marked Uit !. ..k mlly of thl nature. At one o'. kk jK.!tutti!y to tske rURk ia a coti;mor.iti jd to l.iic the pkturc tf all her our Larvuclie took u home to dream . v.. . t W f -nr.. I : Nf Yc?l a a; c-f i ;. i... j ..:tr. t r the ; !;.- (! fi.ri:.': it:,i j v. . I i ; -i r v ti .'. .i is N i sr nt . ; j . I 1 1 -.li ii , l'.'f . i i. ;' t . t J'n b- t , v 'ivr W !:a:.v;..i. Julr JTii. :-T.-. -VV. i! I :(,! .&t ,?a rviutJri.l f," m u 1 i. ! !j kin! r ;-'T! O sS 1," j !. Ul.fti r:f r-Vr !;vif! I f Mik f r t.'.f j i, t t ;cnv n '. i ! " in -tiuiitria I" 'kit- I.;. ;.b !. It ' i.r!.l U iftwn !j!i;.!rM W ri'j-i. :';v ; ; u,i: :(..! rid ! (i..m tlrf- lie !rf-U-r ' t!.n in r ,-t.l !'. t!' in. mui.f tit i f -..!. Hi. f...;..a j i ff -in t:.f !:(-) " ! .:, ' t!lr ! ! . !' i I" ' !.!(.!' .!!! lui'tii.iiit !,'. it m m:v ( if! -.' -1 ( t;S':i U.f : ! ! t l-i i.i ill M ! 1! -t . Vi'i i !ia! il i!''M-nc tit: f J.M lioti.-f. ue "Ur m ij' i' iii of ctir (i'-n i.;t-.t t!n kiii' Ifi) ! r t!,i' lis j-usj"".- -f - -,t! i!,i- tiioi.ii !i.'iii, aii i t'.l j rn.-'ttt.- i thr !',mi ki i n..t sit;!:i. Sl.l.iilf lo li.f ll. llloi; i f t'.i ili lt l M( ( i '!(! il! )!!, ti I'lilln! n tin !i i v. I: v Hi n io t r uni j ir rtiti- jir'-jiii;ii ai; ! lini-h rc ; niii'irkfJ a! lii Irm.' .luc--!-.) i t (. ! t!. !uc 1. 1 h-i fcrli hi. We cii ; entirely nitf wi!li .(!n r tl .'i'. il i not il ('-ititil in WrUTii New oil,. The i l-ii.i -tut lit f t!if il Him j of Miii- hotel , ! (N't ), iiiiI''i , with .nr I'oUu n( Si i'ti h ! jrranilc. In tlit rc','i i- the liurc of fsiih, Vntiu I'.., ... ,.'.. l,l,c "' ' to tin' (lui., rut fiom 'I'I.e (It-fi tiiou the ( yr ia I Se-a-urahle ill the t ilittn hinl the of l aetory 1'oiut, Vt. Thi f t-iitli iiuiii i ; -xre-y cnneil in iiiittiiilii liiriiijiiir.tr- h'c nt thitt j'latT. ami hi f.ieiliiif. foi j.ro. tin. :Uij liloiiiimetitiil anil t-etnt tei y Woi k, ! of every tleer!'!ion are tiiinrpu-i-eil have a little more time to devote to jioliu iu (hi' country. We ulvi! our eitietis eal itivt'KtitfalltMi. Ami I am lileiied to who itniteiiipliite fivt liiiff monuments in any of our f ciiietericH to coiiMiit Mr. I'lillertoii. lioUl-l.T. - Ilev. I r. Steaim favored us Willi a beautiful iliucoute oil Sunday hist, ll is to he Imped that it untile a tine ami laxting iinireioi upon the liiimlt (if the eou ftrcfjalioii. It is it-itlly a pity that we cannot boast of a pipe organ. It is a ad f;n t (hat in country eliiirt hen the presence of a good uif-aii loo ofien implitu (ho ahsetiee of a k'ood oi,'iniii,t, while fometinies when a (,'ood organist tniffht 1)0 found, the instru ment to play on necins to be wanting. Thin appear to be the case with n. That wc have a (food organist no one who was in ehiiieh duly '.'lst will ilouhl. The pub lic opinion w as that whatever little mus ic the old oi-ffan possessed, it was brought forth w ith a woiitlerful fjootl effect. Our friend John V. Cheney was then presid ing. I . AST IKIKSKT. A roiisiiijf tirant and Wilson ineetiiif; w as held tit Cochran's Hall on Tuesday eveniiijf. Tho hall was literally jiaeked, there- beiiiff ll.VJ present, a small portion of whom were ladies. There vvcro also a largo number outside who could not be accomodated w ithin. Among those pres ent w e noticed a large delegation from Manchester. The niectiinf was called to order by the president of tho tirant Club, Mr. (ieorgo Ualchehlcr who introduced the tpeaker, Col. Joyeo who delivered a very forcible address nearly two lours in lciiyth, taking for hla subject the two candidates, (irant and Greeley ami show ing from their past record as well as from tho known character of the two men, we think,to the complete satisfaction of most of his audience, that tho former is infinite ly superior to tho latter for tho ollico of Tresideut of the United Stales. Ilia re marks were received with a great deal of enthusiasm, the applause being long and freitient. Tho Colonel's speech was dot ted hero and there with enough wit to cralic party, so hard that we could sec a lew wiy laces in the autlieiit:e, which told well of the nauseating pill they were try- ; crt'p. - ; , , ! i Mr. li. C lekham cheese f.ictorv is i, ' .-. ; ii fu l oil-ration, using ' to uoon ! ; , 4 , x, j itoundi of milk per day. Mr. ickhain river a alley look more beauliful, at this j season ff the year; all that is lacking to make thin one of the most inviting farm ing localities in the State is the Ilatleiikill .t I'aw let Live rs liallroad. The cheese factorioa have a large share of their cheese u,, oiii.1.1 l-areriW neiilt.t w-d It) tl j all I!i''V ? ought to make home attractive and lid j would be re mc-UibcreJ by the chiidren a happiest iiitxl of their life. Was K,t. jry to f SabittWii u the ilitfcifiit K..l...,.t i 1 I... ..... , . ; s non in i'.,- iv rn mire uatou of one l-aject on a taMil f-ri.tcr: and ll .1 I.. I...iil ll.. Cm. ... m.l t.r ,i:.l.,.l .-. i. -1 -v .. . . ....... .. . ..... , j . ........ j when Ihia wouid Lot wr o. After theae M i 1 i sr. l J i.J (ft.H .1 ;:!, i -. t!.4t i ti.-L ti.-f jiii.e ( lisv- a:i writ (. tl' s '.:)' r'ii fi-rii-'-ftT t!.J a.Ji i. iu (,:i 1 t l-tit f. ,u; to r n h t5:tti. t .;, t. fl li I f 1, I I 1. I Tlw.T J si 1 i r a lit y fit.-t i-t n-t ii l.yi'j : ii i -ii 7 in i.-tt'rttinjj K-i t ft I , !.- 'i If H-.'.!l.! 11 aiiH: liiti (ft : .1 it i -.-i i. --Tiif .' ;ir.t ." f iirCM' )... !: t. thi ;.;.v t- l tloif.j K'hmS htik'iiK oit'(; Iroiti i, ... t(.' i ..u.!. ff tiiiik j-tr Tin y i.sf lit nlorr bt tin fai tury Vll l.i i t . w h nt 1 1 .n.i- in weight a)jii! .Vi j.tuit!. Mt. 1 ! t. i 1 'i i-i , t'ie mini nf. tnr-r M !.: t.v lory, i- n lAcfll'-nt W s'ikn.ai., dii-1 haft tuir tlunko !'T Itmiti litii! J 'ft.- tf .!. Ke, it:!! mi our tnhlf, of l.t fn In ai. u 1 u t f. tl,ih i- (f iM .Ui'i-ii:t! fine ijiiality m.il fuui. -The loi!y anlfH t In .M' I i !. lit thi p .'i.t' i tlil ill H't'atiull u -i li o; '-iili to :'.' J.oiiu U t.f lni:k I'T l:ty, Imv iti l.ati.1 j' . ic.i- H t'll inj; .' 1 SI -. t-acii. HI fi nr. Tin' I.uini'i's in (hi- lorfiiily are lm-i ;y ( iii:a;o'l in n-i miny tlnir h.ty 1 1 oji, i w hi. h, lay the way, lii.U f.tir t" he at lea-l ! one t!iii.l U tter than U-l year or the j jcitr pifvioii.. 'J'l.t' tirit . r.i l.iis M'!.l.iiii ! looKf.i inoif .r..miMiif. t tun i lookiiiff Well, tin! (he I'tiUtoe crop I think iniirt i he men it than ail averajft! one N.i aechleiitit. iiiiirriiiifi' j lirtlis o r tlt'iith" li'ivc ttr.'iirietl within the pa.-t week . - hir l otiiiiiiiuity have heen to luii ! y cnf.'iie.l in Hf;i iellhiil'itl , li I'Nili t s to jn ilnlffe very freely in iho pttlitieal (litetis- s'ioiih of the day. After hayiiiff we chall leal n that w bile the Jul UN I. reserves the right to advocate iis preference either for tirant or for (ireeley, its pages are open to both sides of the great political contest in which our country is now engaged. In ns miieh as the patrons of the .lot iinai. are nearly equally divided upon the po litical questions of the day, 1 regard this course as jii-t and commendable, and should be satisfactory to all parties, r,. Mr. A brain Wooilard of this town is engaged In getting up a (ircch'i meeting for next Saturday night, and has engaged the School Hall for that purpose and written to (iranvillo and "Whitehall for speakers. Mr. W. is a Hie long demo crat, ami made himself very conspicuous at our town meetings during the war by bitterly opposing the raising of the men or money for its prosecution, lie staled publicly, but a few days siuce, that his views were unchanged, that he stood now where he always did, and that Horace tin -dry hail repented of his past sins and come over to democratic party. Wc congratulate the very few Liberal Kepublicans of this part of our town on the appropriate selection of their chosen standard bearer. . VAIUIAX. All quiet on the Lamoille. liutter 20 to 21) cents. Lggs 15 cents per do.. Orvillo llishop had his faeo badly ln iured by being kicked by a horso while driving a mowing machine. Win. Pitcher, proprietor of the Val ley Hotel, was brought before Justice K. S. Viutler on the l'Jth inst., and fined i? 10 and costs for selling liquor contrary to law. A son of Mr. While had one of his limbs amputated on Thursday, an incur able fever sore making amputation a ne cessity. A good deal of excitement exists it) this section between the (irant and (iree ley parties, sharp contests are being fought daily with words for weapons, but the supporters of (ireeley arc so few that we expect they will soon come over to (rant, unanimously. We would bo safe in predicting the election offiiant, as our molded men, our smartest men, our wide awake go-ahead men, and in fact all our wen intend to vote for (irant ,t Wilson. Hurrah for Fairfax ! ( 1IKSTEU. The (ireeley and Iliown gentlemen to the amount of some twenly-live met in solemn conclave at the Chester House Wednesday evening. II. F. I'ollard was elected chairman; F. W. Marsh, secre tary; Henry Howard, (ieo, II. (.'niter, delegates; committee to toriu constitution and by-laws. Ceo. II. Carter, 11. L. Ald- ,:..!. i it !., I' i ... i.,,..., ,., 1 llfll, lit l.fllllft. 11CIII11I !, lllllll.'l OIIU llll.l serious were made by 1-. U . Marsh, Mr. , , ,, l at kard and O. II. Carter, One gentle- r . . . t man, of sanguine tciupcrment and full of hot hope, predicted that the (ireeley ami I'iiowii pai ly, ill this town, would be able to shadow the "straights'' before the No vember roll-tall. Said gentleman ln-iug a worthy cilicn quoted as A. A. in ail the social and bii-itiess relatione of life, we arewllling he should sin k at th it liule pap ofcomfoil until tho eclipse piedi. ted after which time, if we have no more im - tioriant oiisiness we win iiirinsii nun witha dessert of asufetida j From 75 to K.I of our citizens thrt.iiged the iviJeucc of our e-tci nied ' (owiisinnn Mr. Thomas Jenkins, on Tut s- il . yeveiiing. inc. -.hi n.st., i, rtne purpose- of witnessing one of ll,o.e rare and mys.e - rlous dUplays of nature, the blossoming of the Night HIiHtiniiig Cei-foiis. Six buds upend slriiost airniiitaiieoiisly and liilt.-d V . !' Si", 'f 1 I ' J i if'.! , A the hou-e wilh a uio-t df!ij.hifiil ft a- gain admishion. The speaker reviewed ' glance. "1 he plant is a fine specimen and iJ,k.,;Vf Lut ,,0iIit.diV( tIK. hjv ,,( t!i(. the only one in town we llWe. The rJrtlWic:l ,,:ut of' f;,, ai(J (;, ! count v ami patience of Mr. JeitkiiH in , , . , , ' ,, , ,. ' , ' . , Ilor.'ict; (ii'eelt'V ad lin ing i.'iunv a clear t aeuditig word to o maiiv of lis to enjov ... ' ! this fine si.:U. ! while he h.c, fully leVf ' 1,1,1 co"chl,,,ve arm,,e"t. plied lo a il,(.naml enquir ies ( iillilc him ; ';'u'"! "" l" coriv.uce the freemen t f j to otir jfratitudcand icmt iiibtam e as fi a- Yennoi.t tliatni.t y are bound I y every ! graiil a hi beauiitul plant. motive that i-linuM actuate a true 1 ovt r ' I will venture the as-rtion, linked by a uiot omeSfisb spirit, that imw here in ! t,nr Slate ha Ihera lianspired more tu - Joy able gathering than wan the luipromp- , 1 .... . I f .t.' i-. u t I ..... i 11 ....t..u tu lioj. i i.m v . iiui , '.'in loic.i.,' : evehioif. About 75 tadie and ueiitletltf n . . ...0 Tin K .1 '.. & ir. r,..t,..,. ' . i . . ... . . .,-. i j...v - . iiiat- .g ; al.soiutely Isewit. hiiig and tlmr . - k a. s f 1 ! I l- a-; 3 I t J Ci. ft.rrp , t.-lli. .o.T.fc i,.- ty i,., ii... i..t- '". iwcr n is il l:-. lo .1 l, p; l;t r l :.:.n it U i !i ! ! If (!,: M';i-,l!. 1 Atomic man. naiiic.i I'it-I Iaj.!-!.' fiii; i'.xt.l !-y A"'iu:i w - tiiiiw'urj Ttif-iir ir.ottoi! w hit o !:!;'. iii In i.r' U' t rivt r. - t I .-ur ikt'-ii KMtiiitfr Iho I tuvi-r-a'it ('huiih I a.. I a!,'l!itb, t't fie im-' : iiit'-rril iii Vi,.-1-!oi;n I'.rfKik. s.r. .M.j;lo:i ff l lie lfr.rtj;s- Mloiiiti Chun h i anav fur it vit.'uti.in of H.itH- no k. llt v. !r. l'n.'f ut:-!ici ; !.: j.ii! it. Mi . Mii-liill j t t a lif .1 a very 1 - t ... i .. ... t. " ' " " ' it'll till" lllltv ff liitll ft thlUliallli. lVt'rV ' , ,. i i ' , ... .,i . l.. , , m,. m , nii' rui'ttiii iKiii.in .'il . .'i. inn-. , I Imvi tt-U j,-?a.l. an. I i-hc! iiinrc coitM i liuvo lii-iM'tl 1 t til liuti Iju liiilile en j;otnl ' : :in cxhibil of hi tatVuh-; ktiil lilt ire, ; ; know in" hi" -iii'-ei Ay, we ikhf.l all tiifil ! oiiM niulU hy . o iiiiswt r il ohjt oo.t ,Mri,.t,oi, a.,,, , . . i : Mr. Ilirhnr.l r.iitilley ami iitiiiiiy left hi re tin Tliiusil.iv iiioniiiii:, rxticvtin to kail for !itti'oje on Saturtlay. Til(. (,1;l,lt ,m. raUe.l a fluff la.t wt.l,k Mli,,.11(, aonini-t i-:aiin. jT,l0 i,Tl.,,viU.K ntllietl a-.tin too, with jift t lit truiii lion, Ashley Stone of Wi'iiiiinjrloii. lawyer l'.iVt'iiiort of lliis fl.-t.-e uinl W. 11. A lexantler. Messrs. Al'en K Il nHvell have passed their iiilcn-t i;i the lirooks House, to Hare .v Hoyden. Mr. II. is a conductor on the Connect icii t li. II. K., and Mr. H. is former landlord of tho Levcre. Mr. Fer dinand Tyler bus begun the work of building a brick block near Main Street bridge. The Lecture Committee are reported to be wide awake thus early, in order to procure the best and most popular lec turers fin our benefit this winler-. Wis TOH. A fire broke out in this village, in the barn of Anson llaywai'd, between one and two o'clock in the morning on Sat urday last. The lire soon communicated with the barn ol Mr. Sprague, of the firm of Kichanlson & Sprague, and the des troy ing clement was not stayed until the dwellings of Messrs ) lay want & Sprague together with all tho out buildings were consumed, without leaving so much as a sill remaining. Mr. Hay ward and family were iibsent at the time and nearly all of their household effects were consumed wilh Hie building, while the household goods of Mr. Spruguo wero almost with out exception removed to a place of safety, Mr. Spraguo had recently relitted his buildings nt great ex pense, and had recently filled his burn wilh hay. The fire is supposed to be the work of an incendiary. -Mr. llaywnrd's loss: is about $2,'.HX), insured in the Ver mont Mutual for $1200. A portion of his furniture was in tho house and was con sumed. Sprague's loss whs about $1500, partially insured. St'NUEHLANI). G. AV. Hradley has recently painted his saw mill which adds materially to its appearance. Ho is constantly adding to his mill, new' machinery with tho latest improvements and employing none but experts or mechanics for operatives. This in connection wilh the improved facili ties lor hauling logs, handling lumber and shipping, enables him to fill orders with tho utmost dispatch, and at prices that defy competition which is worthy of note, especially to lumber dealers. Peter Hushee was arrested by cons table Parsons on Sunday evening for be ing intoxicated and noisy, and placed in Manchester Jail. On Monday morning he was taken before G. H. Ilacon and fined 5.00 and costs. While hats arc quite :iumerous. This town will go for Greeley & Hrown. In your issue of .1 ul v 11th you give an account of a disgraceful fight between a mother-in-law and her daughter-in-law. I feel authorized in saying no such light has occurred in this (own. Soi-tii SiiAirsiii uv July 20th, 172. .V;'. Jjlilur: Accurdiiiff to previous notice a Grant and Wilson ratification meeting; was heU in South SJiaftslniry, Friday even ing, July 20th. A Hpeciiil train was run to carry the bands and the large delegation of citizens that were present from Pennington and North Deiining ton. First in order was the raising uf the largo and beautiful flag; prepared lor the occasion. Tho Hceno was an itn piessiie one, und us the glorious em blem of liberty was being; tslowly ele vated to it.s proud position, the hand playing the Star Spangled L'aimer ami l cannon booming forth itH thunder, there ; W(.,,t up with it tho united prayer of ! tll0 a,,,,!,, muhjt,,,,., () long may ; ;, , .. ii ,. 1 . r r ,i r i it wave oil the laud ol the lice and the home of the brave." Three cheeru for f.ioir.r.1 Crift ,..,,1 .1... j 1 . 1, .Ji ft .ft. l I I ft. l". IV. 11. Uipi III 17 ',,;.. ,.lU ,,m,, ),...;,. r ,i, ,.,, ,.c ,...., jv,-iio seek to bring reproach ujoiri Lin - fair name or rob him of his well tamed ;! - J-JU-of I.utlaml was t he ; orator ,f the evcn.rg and spoke i!o- qu'iitiy an 1 efleetua'ly to a CMW-Jdl ; audience, many goiu away unalh! foi of his country to cast their sufiVagt-s ; ; I r the rejrunr ref ul ocan careiidat'.-H. i Col. Joyce was f-.ilowt-l ly Hn. 'f. S. paik in ttiC well timed lemaiks, ' . . .... . 1 -.. t . - ... . al ii V re;tJf .'liC J W it 11 aio C'l - .IC J!l W ica I . . . . 1 . . . . ' ' he kli'.'ull i.'.t -A'i i r Gun ley and why he '.' j' l v te f-.r G.-n. Gr:i',t. A cr.sniiiittee cf f.ve was au.our.ee 1 by tie CLa.r-Ju re Mi.Li.gt...', -t,; iraft a constltuti jfi and l-v-iaw ft.r Uriliit RlidVViisjU Hub, alter Which (t:r !..; m )',r t.' t ri i. : i!. ( to l-'t'-ft i',-!if.!l' J I : l a I 1 1 ' .1 1.,'M'.'!" i.-t-m, in a r-.-.i:.-rt!;- at t'ro w i. I.iik i f ctitha- ... ..... i .... . t t ..r. I.V. J.' ol I l 14 Wi.i.j, :i.J tl.t' CH-t-ai''a ".th.U i'! i .t i i I t 1 1 in i.!it re- ,,H'.t fa-KC I V t..'- t it., ' i l t f o'JUI i ,". j a'"t nt v. 11 NMS..T' X. -The lull t.f Anc'J-t U' oriel-rat ed hi a t iii. nut iiii.tiiie manner, in ikmi.ii ii (rant an;l ii-on, cih.1. v.v.ih" Miinsy' t'ire.is ill tvhibit .here njii.eiline tlurin,; the month of Aiirt'iit. They ait: tuny in the tmithern I'Srt f f the Mule. t iii'i'i;i. Tj,e II oiA Val!c Co nlf retire nii'rl- . . . ...i..i.i. i. "n " '"r ' "o- .,..." "" j .lnroi. lloir H t Iiitc was Unit tif Illlli h' , ' . .1 t ... i ii MKHI. I lif It'llL W f.lUi.1 t t'UIIOI lauiv M .! two hnn.lii'il ml fifty jn'r-tmi'. ami wit j, ((,1,,1 u the f;runili of S. Ihrnriliiiuii. Xho t-rtifrr are a fullttws: I'leMilfiit, Uov. A. S". Sih'.ev. Samlv Hill, X. V.; . . . . . . . . . vice-; re.nh'.it. II. II. I la-, avoy sia.. : ! H'CIt llll y , J . I . JllllliJ', ilillttoi'l, (leaMirer, .lulm I. AVhite, lloofiek Falls New York. The loss of money which many sup ptiscd Kiinpp would sustain by (he sud den departure of Malloy, is to be fully adjusted by other contractor of the Hen tiingtoii & Glastonbury LaUroad. Ho has not been heard of jet. t The picnic came oil' as announced, and was a festive occasion. There was a large number in uttendaiice, and one and all seciiied to participate in the enjoyment. The weather w as remarkably line during the day, but heavy clouds coming up in the evening portended a storm, and the rain begun to fall about nine o'clock. Of course every thing was brought loa close. The music was excellent, it being fur nished by two members of the celebrated (I'uatli ille Hand ol Hoosick Falls, X. Y. Vivid Hashes of lightning wero seen last Sunday evening in a cloudless sky, a phenomenon never before witnessed by us. You who have inform us, please. On the preceding evening the Aurora I'.oreitlis brightly illumined tho northern heavens, coming well over into tho east ern horizon. Chiis. A. King, F.sq., will remain with his relatives and friends in (his place during (he "heated term," a fact which wc mo glad to make mention of. iS. J. McLenilhan has dug from his garden this season, some of tho finest and largest new potatoes we have yet seen. Ho generally manages to keep ahead in all things pertaining to tho vegetable kingdom. The patrons of the llenningtoii Free Press, here, don't seem to like tho recent change from good to bad, and wo are of the candid opinion they will havo a dis continuance niiido by soino of their sub scribers for that injudicious movement. Politics! Where are the principles? A beautiful humming bird makes daily visits to Mrs Temple's beautiful flower yard, not varying ten minutes, any day, fiotn tho hours of 10 a. in. and 4 p. in. VVII.MIMITON. Winfield IJoyd, a young man about 1H years of age attempted to commit suicide on the 22d tilt., by taking a largo dose of salt peter. Tho timely aid of a physician prevented a fatal result. A good number of city boarders are enjoying our delightful niouHtain breezes and fine scenery. There is but littlo news of impor tance here now, and wc are too happy and indolent this warm weather to "create" any just for public print. I'lvTK.IISr.l KCilf, N. Y. Josiuli Jones lost four cows by light ning a short timo since. J. II. llonesteel has been appointed Xotary public by Gov. Hoffman. There are a few (ireeley IiepublicaiiR here, but Greeley stock is not, on tho whole, very good. Mr. I'lCiijiiiiiiii Allen receully had the misfortune to lose the champion cow of the town. Mr. Maxon, our new stulion agent is liked very much. Our former agent has gone to die city and our new one bids fair to (ill his place. Onlv eight licences were granted here on Thursday last, bill more will be needed if we tire compelled to support all the roughs from lieilin. Whortleberries, must be very plenty on the mountain, as seven men picked nine bushels on Saturday. Mr. Dcuibtiry, a colored youth, arrested some time since for horse steal ing and disorderly conduct ami admitted to bail, was on Thursday hist arrested again for stealing and will soon be on his way to the place where he can Sing Sing. There has been no (ireeley Club or ganized here and probably will not be, as very few are now willing (o own him. Mr. Scrivens keeps a good variety of 'e wagons for sale. People cannot do bC'ltcr tllllll l)U' IIU'III. ) I ni,w i.i.iia.nox, n. v. A correspondent writes: Tribune t",'k ll,w Ul"' "" Kl"'1)' . ,aJ. , , Hir,iol, of the j () (f j , ; Ami then touch- i j,,, Th" old While Hut Is playing out, The head beneath II, fuddled, Like his cabbage he is (.'rowing Mont, And in politics is iiiiiildied. As tti (i.aiit or I'li'-'c (ireeley He is climbing dreadful alow, For iiiHuy now s)-ak out qtilie freely For Cncle Horiaco they taiuiol go. arm ii. uti .. i aiftla, lat. t asMi.a -a r.tavtttMl for 4 aalor (1 a family .1 . - ,. . .. 1. . 1. k..t tl I.I. .,1.1 ill M lui disiii or irrij, Lot ia ar U ttat ht o al- r,ti'r f. lunl.i l.ne I.1...I ll l. tiuirlr t. ! l-w r.r.t.rao "ii ..L.ii.t n.ii.er Miutral. I 'Iff'-"- . . 1...' .... .., I II.... t . i , ... r.t... li,.!,. Kftititiil J-il.ii.-r. II la eile. it iiaiuii. . and far more -flci i fe li ti X, Sa.o.tic ttvrafw or 1 u i Oil. ;y axx'ttt. ..f t'li .!-. I -i -.1 ie ' natu'al !(., ! Im ftI., tii.'iv a-lT te.l In i rt.:.i' .r lee-ttio. i iui r. a. li ii-iia W .iaa, t , vtumael. h 4 t" .. n-i w U wioxMit tium t . tn.n ajti. k. II et Ut Se.ut .-a.lt ymi itnr.tM j i ia g.t it fr l"J bt: will ajuaya ftcp it. Il4i.il U.ii. r-ftti'ti'T Ji ftM-rai.eiii. ot ot tt.a Jft4. j n.i tl.i-U lt Wa nntl; ia tti (. t II. vt (- j. mi 'lo'ft ' ii. u r-r vffil-. ! ni elli, w -tt -1 : ' ! ( ..r iMMit, t, U !..' .UiT kti.l !! '- H ttlt, .! u. r. tl. I'M 1 't!ini tt. Jll.!ij, ie. p lo tl: i!xkit r- 'at. I f Ml He r.1 . I ..I f -if. it mi lunlt t 4olUtt nt foil r.l iwiirj Mft. li-.i.n.' f r '., tU.-if i i tliftt iil .It II. ftftf l-tV ft . ft l. i .ftB I .-II lt. toi.'.'t .1 !;ftk''t K-tt l'(J lft l.li. I 1 II.' t rrfl. Ulftl ftllA.'tillll'llI. (.1.1 I. HOW Al l ,".t.M!t v'! Is otit, U t Hiiifti'i rl-HIII 4(lr Oil. " II rrl I V" t I l.ftftu." Il Wl.fcft l,kv ft lUllll." "' It Ifilkl. ft I'l.ftJli. rt " II troikft lift, a rl.ftirii ' ) ftwrtft hko t .-l.ft-riii ' ll W.'llift l.kt' k l' lift! in." " li wlk t.ftl ft . l.fttm lift f,ll.fu! . 'ir. 1 1 i,t in ll lli-ftd, Hn.l N."Uo.i, Kftlft'-lii', t ft.f fti'lift, Ivitp rvtft, ti4..ft t ftUliii, I'ft.lt I i 1 ii J.'iiitft, J ftltir hit. 'til il. t, Slit N..i 1 Uliil.ftf.. 1 tl.'ft ill llir It. . he. it. , Uiiitf i. k. M.;l J.i'.nu, .rlHftt tionit I'ftllift. I !.-, , t l.'.:...ftill. lluitftl'T i. 111. ft.'. Illl f f ft liou. I'.uw.nft. t'lu.ii tft Mutt'Uft, t rftn 'i-ft, t'li. SjiOi, !ilt Nftil tmo.t, l,m , iVililO' K. 111. M-iliftl VV.i.iiii. Ainl in ! i." K.'i' Mftiiu- Oil Ant tu ftii ft ift lift. (..'hut . M,;ir tnl. Atiit nt ail ftiift um l.Miut- a UNit till, . Ali.l 111 ftii Uft. K.'fllU' 'ft .M fti; I.' (Ml. An.! m ml aim !wt li.'iinr. a fti. (lit. All 1 IU ail tint- Ui 11 lit- ft Mat. ;c I 111. IMiy it ii,'rf Ton l.ra.1,' Jiuy lar;.'.' aii" ft if y.ni can K't tlo in 1 ' il ('' :?; il". ll faittifullT. (i,-l ; - tVuir . i iv I I 1. V V I.' i. .... i U ... i- . j chrsli r, ainl t't li mess A (tin'Mii la,.turT j foint. t.:ii.-ij j'lpli: JCFI.AND SODA FOUNTAIN AT 1 III. Prug; Store, Manchester Vermont, h. c. o n yds in.iirji'tin, haa COMK TO LIFT. upon afu-r Laving hat'ii 1K A 1) A L 1, W I X T Kit. It wa FRO Z.F.N SOLID AS A KOCK ami hats mimiiit .1 since L A S T N () V V. M I! K It, lull liaa siilVmli ully T1IAWK1) OUT, nii.l' r tin- if ll o i i.i-c of tt it Warm Summer Weather ad tliat now, aa of old, liFFKKSHING STItKAMS tin iluw FOR Til IKST Y MOliTA LS at the imsliTalt) t i - nf Five Cents per Glass. Wlifn you cniiiti In to ol a Kli"" uf "d nlt.r look at tbi' lino muck of FISlllXG TACKLK lit t f ilinilayi'il, and buy a pound of TIIKA-XIiCTAl! ami receivo a proHtt ot of Beautiful Chromo Free Gratis For Nothing. U yon HUlokc, kern is llio ilftcn to Ki t the Best Ten Cent Cigar in town THE GOLDEN CURLS. Try Ilium ud vmt will he convinced. Maiii licaUr, Vt Jfay 7th, l"ri. Gllyfi.TOj piIE EQUINOX HOUSE. (Foot of Mt. Kquinot,) JIani irF.s'ir.n, Vkhmont. Open from Juno 1st to October 1st. F. II. OllVW, Proprietor. Special iinhirpiiii'iits ofli-rtjil to pai-tio engag ing room from Juno Price cant and Ilailroatl Tims Table sent on application. The 10:t0 a, i. train from New York vl. Harlem ami list-loin l xti'iision ltailroads arrive at Muiiclicaler al 7:1.. r. m. The 8 a.m. Troy .V Huston train from Troy connecting- mill 11 1 M. sti aini ra from Now York arrives at .Mkiic1h"Ut at 111 Mil A. H. llaK KK cliecked tliroiifjli to Manchester. The 5 1'. . train from 'i'io.' ailivoa at Muin lina teral 7:43 I'. M. .rants l.ave Manilieslur for Troy tii.l Now Yoik tC::iUA. m , 1H:.V a. l, ami 4 .( j i-. u. CHrriaK'-a fioin t lit Kitiinoz Ifouatt Ui int.i'1 all Trams. J'.xlra (:ai'riKi a mav boorili-red by Tel tii(raili. It is bi tlor lo Tub Kiaph in all eases, Kin d convenient. :iliiji.-lim V E. HAKT. ft.' 1 have reinoved into Hie r.oro formsrly oc- cupied by J. I.. Pierce. Co. and batio greatly ilieriaiteil my stock of D K Y G O O D S iiicliidinx Jjreaa (Joods, I'rinls, Cotton t.'lotlis, 1 lolly Varileiia, I ri'i kery, l'a'tr IlaliKlliKs. Vt'liidow ( iirtains, (nicer!-, of all kinds, Jewelry, PlalcJ aare, Flour, Ac, ,Vr . Ac. 1 'lll stli Ibt se K'iihIs at t tltap, foreaib, as the name quality ean bo li'itiulit for l my store iu Iho toiuitiv. S. K. ItAltT. Hoolli I.inloii.terry, VI., Slay Htii, IsTX 'mtft r F. TAYLOR, Jlriii.ix, Nt Fink Dhi.ss Siiikts, Cni voir Siiutis, Pi.Kt Ai.i.s Siiikts, itc.,it( ., alft.li- to Or 1 r in Ihe Fn.ft Hi)U , L. C. ORVI", Agcid, Manchester, - Vermont. All null i. left mill Mr. Orv.a ill b fiiM at j .hurt uollca. r.lij).i.-a ot giftMia eaa ! mh o at : liia lore. I i lie Will T"l.e Your Minmne. IJtrliu, X V., July 1.1, l-TJ MTIZI NS' fsTFtMItOAT CO. cur I fTROY TO NEW YORK-FAIiK 5oCTj inrtati'ti. at '!SVsIlh AM. TiloMAS l-OW M L U-AV E Troy at4 New York daily, halufilaja t- fi pUd, l j .s.r If Lu( K P. il. . mi. iu , t n.iiv i.f . trr Kn 1 1 ft i ft e . , .... . . .. . . , ? AhJ.IVINO l in Sw and 1 am at an e5y bottr. aaftkitif I ea n. wen 11.1. mi Jwau will i - i a. .- i'.-ri ifm u.ei, nr. inn ni.'i,,iw,iii.ii. - .tr, .So. , Sortb lion, f-xa .f .th I"'. tat wv.i.a r. m. i-...-.r.. ... ih.iui v ,i ir.4.1.1 1 ntt.. I in O. W, iiiT., et.l AKH.t. inftf. en Im k. !(JKANP CLOSING OUT SALT!. A I,lUii: STOCK OV U(HIVS H. S. 1 UADLFY. YlT Ut I I liT, i IIHtlXT. l't-raotl VllUltt CROCK KUY a. 11 find lr ftli.'k t9 Tlniati ftiitiug IKMITSOUSHOF will IlliJ A rt'MCI.mK asatiKTMaliT. 3 ; e 1 Tliuft nei .linn COTTONS, PRINTS ok DliLSS GOODS t.f any gradu will Hud litre abafliey waul. W if S' s) o a O I o a 3 3 o o A (lonipleto Slock r READY-MADF. CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS ash (1ENTSFUIIN1HHINU (iOOUH IN K. a o s o 5" 5' o 3 W t al V-. a A largo Htot-k or C LOTUS ash CASSIMF.RL.H. o a' 2 V W In -I R. c O m i al WIIITK G(MJDS, IIO.SIKRY All. NOTIONS. ii In ftdditiou to tba aU.v I bava a largu aO- k of T E A S , S U OAltH AM) CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES. All f"l will I HOLD AT A WW PRICE ! ; in onler Ui rlo oat ll.a utir aUn-k a " ft p.aalll. 1 1... m W41I.I ll. ttl.fali.ai of lb ptli. Slur it. h. Lti4iiij;r. T s Q It ft !. V, W K 9 a