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The Mandiotcr Journal.
Ji U. Rait- lnur,.. Tilt E-DAY. At MT. r', '.. te.sl I aa M. a.a.t-11. kaattlM t i. v --J.- k GRANT, f I : ;. r a .. i J : in m:y w ii.MtN, tf m.. i,iwt!i. t ! H..a.os ( tnituhat. rvt a-1 r.fc ' a : i:l --TEE S. TAUT, of I!.i!;nt!,.n. i . i al t a : John a, pale, .r m.hh:m r. I ! K. pablla sat taiialislUai, "wtt ft) a nT M I Il t l.v l Wai healer, , fc. Hot oil ION, ul ti!ii.:l.. aa -t-i tt t- ; i . mm -f M tt'. It'EH H, trf pocl. r-; titisttr : I ( Iffl l, of Artiii.toe -. Miua n :it ; J I. V M.U of Iirt, I- p!tm rT.fcri ; J K. !.! HI IJ l,t', of Ai!u.gl.o, . k it i-.is if ir r js i j tf"S, Met i.i 1'i.tri.i, l width. i LiHit"" I'i.imi. HIM 4 41 I I . 'JI'-liI'tiM ca voters tf Mum h s.i t are re-init-nd bfiM ii A Uui'i Hall on t'ri.lay (be ?- ti ilff Airi.t l"i t ' 1'. M , to miun r4i !! fr Toon U. itn;tUte. IVt.I.Kl) Ml KN'.N, ( liUiitita Tyo (' UJtn.lt . (iu. Kiipaukk it I'uibl Doled th.it (iu. Urant wan iicvit ki'h at tlie froiit. We know tliia tj 1 fulsc hooil, im tliou:niJ(i f lravc ildicrs ctin 'Htifv. Ho certainly never got 1-c li i tul a litf laitiiio to prcitert liiniKelf while inon were on a diur,'e a the rj'illanl Kilpatrii k JiJ. (ien. Kilpittrii k h.ivh (irant in an un 1 tt. rel tsol'lier, tut ho gnuluateJ at the name iiiKtitution tliut had the. hon or cif j.roilucing Kilpatriik, and lias ilo ilinereliiin to briille his tongue, which Kilpatrick lias not. The (danders of tho l!ennin(,'ton Frcr J'rfhM against tho republican county ticket aro childly directed to Judge Houghton, candidate for Benator, and one would think from reading that heel that Mr. Houghton in unworthy of any tnmt whatever, Imt tho fact that he iH vice president and chief manager of one of the very largent hanking in Htitutiont in the stato and that the inoul hhrcwl luifiness men of our coun ty mid Ktale i""iiit him to handle their money should Hot at nought all Htich (olixli fitandern about him. (ien, Kilpatrick said at Rant Dotnet that (ien. (Irant had been guilty of bar gaining oflicen for gifts of money, kc, and mentioned Hamilton Fih, Kec'y ofhtate, and A.T. Stewart whom (5eu. (J rant wished t be Secretary of the Trcamity. It in true that lulu of these gentlemen made Grant presents of money with w hich to purchase a reni ih iioe, and to hhow their appreciation of his invaluable services in preserving the government, but it was in lS'Oli, before ho had any offices to bestow or expected to have any. Tho most near rhing investigation by a thousand anxious enemies has failed to discover any gilt of value received since he be rame president. in, v int. ui t io. Tho presidential question as it now stands is by no means a choice between ti.e two men, (irant and Greeley, but lu tlu r we shall suppoil (ien. Grant l acked up as he i. by the great mass of the republican party, or support lloracj Greeley, who i backed up by M lew Oisalii clea reiuioiicaiis aiel ine Kreal bulk ol the democratic part v, be- j 1 '"l '"'),''''"c member ol the new iwccti whom be savs he shall knW ,Jj'"'tv does noUpect that the electo- ibfli renoe provided they vote for him. Consequently wo have a right to infer lhat the election of one insures the Coli linued support of those principles licit have sust.tine 1 us during the past Ien years, and tin"- triumph of the other Wic:ihs anything that one has a mind to vail it. At tin' south they claim il mi-ati a restoration ol the ilcpatlc tWy.,fth south, the renewal of that; '''' " result m me election ihj.UvI of the government which they jlu'xt Tuesday, it will be trumpeted netvU.-d ia IU years previous to the j f,om 0"" ,f the country to the oth war ; in the north it means " clasping j''''. tts a" 'J'eation of ti.e strength and kai.da acn,s the bloody chasm" and i I'epularily i f this partnership bet wein tefonn, ahithU always'the cry of the j J'1"4" rats and those recently republi ji uty which is out and wanUto get in J('t"', i. wii.g it i,i light, we think no! To prevent this is e.i-y. A full vote true patriot. U he democrat or tepulw b.in.ra.i l-.mg hesitate as to his duty, itli toe repiildican party with t irant at ll.o Lead, wnb,, the country wi! .ougntio oo cast mm year. II the dem It and proiperou ; w ith the cm- 'KIU a,lJ l'fais together cast J!i. glomerate party wilh Gre. l.-yat the 0M ,,f lW. lt"'' 1 tt' r than head, Ihe future is doubtful, lo" y the j a!,.v f'ir '"va fr-fises them. This b ast bo can be.iute when so much i will leuve !,1 ,noo for ihe republicans, i -.1 .i.ikf. WV t,v.s rtoi.tW bv the i"r niajotity. TLis in nearly 5,- ail of ll,e rfj-.uR1i.-an otgat-iyatn-n, V c,rS.f. one t.enl, ah all we rush Maif i-niht.i one t.erii, timii we rusu i bbr.div and h,iM ioto another We ; & to the p... and votes, next Tuen trust the gwd aetiMS and patriotism of; l!'at majority will 1-j teached. If ihe i ie ill Ht u. from danger. 1 11 ""M it will be the fault of nHI'tllltlK Ull M (lUHMIOI Purmiatet U call of rwonty cotnmil Uf, a Urge Lumber of frienda f thej I'suee of u-tr.peranet in Fcrmingtn (Atunty tni t at the Town Jla't at Arla.g - ton, on tiie .t t!i t'.ay 1 A u gout, at iu - cuiy; it ir tn JaU to atiawcr tne expec oVbn k a. tn. , tatioa of republicans tvervw here, w ho The ol ject of the fotivtbtioo wm t-o j eo bn-king to tl.i ,tujn.li rej-u! Rcaa de iio what coure tJ purme, uhli- j at ate fur ti? key-i.ot to the grand tnu t ally, ia rtgvi U the cauw d Uti.ptr- j ic of Vk-ury which will swell hua arne la the CovsiAy . 1 Maice t California ia Nov ecLcr. 'v T,. rcme:.i.... ur.';fl U t-ti:t Uf ti.e 1! s. It. E. lir -.-wj!. of JY-wriJ, ' Ill.airtnaa -f entity , a-.iaiuw. H n. ! '('ni I' at' t, f Pownal tinted j II" ider.i i f tie ti tvt t,t; rj and T. It. i a, S i r t vy ,!r. ! M;"( r I u-.:U-zV:'d, S crt-Urv. Mr. i li. V. laff -rd, if Ariii jrtrs, t-d-rt-l ti. (,.ii.'.t;r.jf r latum LJ h wan a ! -pt'' J ; .u.. TLt it ii it.ij-.-.i;-fit. at t:.. l:r:n: t- J ut a t' H.--f!ir. ju,,.tJtJ ' ti. k t in ti.e f.t ! !. The ..(;? -f t.-m- ji i :., in the jttdj''tiifJ t if thi ('"li ; i ( :.t. ti, t,ii'd tulT. r II triy Ii acl;.'!i ; w re t j ha. M .. I ly Ii. E l'.:o :,!?, that a c i-.iniHi c, I fr tit tat h t wn t p- i ri-' i.te ), t i from ! 'faV j ptr t !o dral reivdutiotis trrr'.ug ' the tiii.ei.t f.f tliii i'(ir:vr,t:.,:i in re- i Ct-l It. futuie t-.htiral at ti-n, wLicli ' ; was ad..j-u-d. The f.dl.w U - Iepati - j wi fe appointed tm b r.,rou.itti-? : T. K jBn.wij.!! ,. 1'owEal ; W. W. ruf!. r, j.-f lVnniugtoi, ; A. J firay. of Man-j UhoK-r; Aaron rier.e, uf Hiaftshtny ; 1 1; W. Saflord, i.f Arlington ; E. M. 1 Torrey, ( fl..t t ; M. M. Hale of Sim- i dorh.nd; and Win. Root, of j:u,.,.,t. The e.mventi.,11 then adjourned until ! 2 o'chick, p. in, On rcahwiiiMing. tha reunion whioli ha kept every state) cmmilti'O on renolutionn pres.oited thoj' the union an wi ll as i. stored it to its j f dlowing recolutioim, whii h on im.tionplo' (J in('onKies8 ; a reform that has: .f 1I..H lturtn m r'l.nf.i 1,1 wen. t .lw.ii ! up separately atid after discussion were adopted. HVirrewj, l'lohihition of intoxtcatiiig !i'iiors has become a S' tiled policy of thi State, therefore, .Wo.-., 1st-That it in the duty of ti'ini-erauee men to act politically witk a wise regard to ils strict enforce ment, and give their votes to elect rep resentatives who shall strengthen and perfect its laws, and officers who shall fulfil all of its requirements wilh jus lice and impartiality. y.V"i t.J. Jid lhat we comdemn a) illegal and nefarious the custom of county grand jurors to dismiss without injury complaints against offenders under our prohibitory laws. ,'h ftl. lid That a committee of three bo appointed by this convention to act as a a County Committee, whoso duty it shall bo to call a convention at Mich time as shall, in their opinion, bo necessary in order to secure the several objects expressed in these resolutions. V.'iWivi, Uh That we recommend tho further appointment of town com mittees of three for each town in the county to call town meetings in their respective tuwiis, when requested by the county committee, which shall ap point delegates to'the county conven tion. 7rWcA, fith That these resolu tions, together with tho minutes of this convention, be published in the county papers. The convention' then appointed the following county committee : 13. E, Erownell, of lWnal, S. S. Scott, of Reniiingtoii, and W. Adams, of Manchester. Tho town committee, as appointed by tho delegates of the Bcveral towns, aro as follows ; P.oiinington W W Puflor, A M Downs, C E Woodard. Pownal 15 X Foster, A H Potter, Harbor Thompson. Sandgale A J Woodward, W J Hamilton, U 15 Randal!. i Jorset E Torrey, Hyram Haw ley, Rollin Sykea. Manchester A J Gray, W 11 Dean, Kgbert Smith. Shaftsbury Aaron Pierce, John M Perry, A A Collins. Sunderlaud-M M Halo. HX Ruck, A W Phillips. Arlington Willard Holden, 2d, Sand Renedict, Payette Shepperd. Rupert and other towns in the coun ty to report their choice of town com mittees to secretary. On motion, the convention then ad journed without day. Pi.Rin Rati-, Pros't. T. P.. Miu.ru, Sec'y. ADHItl- ss (IK I II K 11 Kl'l 111.11 W K I MTK ON MI'I'I l-.K. To the lli'iiuhlicnn rolcr of Vermout : '1 he Presidential (lection, so far as Vermont is con. clued, w ill bo decided on the 1'ir.tt Tuesday of Seplcincer. ral vote of this state will be given to Horace Greeley in November. What is hoped, however, by the managers of lhat party, is that the new movement, set on foot at Cincinnati and approved at Rallimore, will so far capture re publican veteis in Vermont as to re duce our old fashioned majority in September. If this hope should bo an- cioiaiiiiy iio it. Sermont Has not j cast her full vole by a least IS.t'OO f..r : '""'J J ' j '!"'re t!i;'" the majority f.r Gov I'K"-. f""r years Ago. If every voter lepul licans ho uj "t'tt Gen. Grant, and not of those w ha tsuppcrt Hurace (Jm-'ev. Such la the iind( rUU-ment of what : republu aui -of crmont can d). Ta do 1 letw is re t only tn coiue short r l our We ;:. till )e i: ,1 t:i lo t!. U'.l'c, Every m:. - bin jdv ri 1 our t ict--ry ; Jm iic ml '.ring. At f V.. ,t t.cvrr ha 3 rt.-.jre trx--n i 1 e j r- u I -f t!i ;t J'.ili..ti, i -f H.f'.r it lao. lln"-r hic 1wj Vent in t!f van f t!n aimv ( f ' J -ii. In its i. i ri: i. st t'.e f.''i,t haf tifwr tin oa-i-t;oti.Mi. No ti.au .!-.i:t t--l -'ir l-v.i'! y ; u nwi ' 'jtl'tioM-d i-.'.r U v. . t!.c rihl l.f tl.VI. Ml (dl l !) 1. IS h'TliP tOrti-j hit.t.y U it a J.u:idreJ times. l. t him. U-i.l-i.;t-J te;uctatit.y t.i I a Wit!.'-h: it flice liific. The single and cotnmiH.iin isne if; -ampian w a s::i.ple .t.-. it i :"" n'tii-iliati.,!., it i t.ct f-miion, j ' il ' ' 1"he are -Jy the K!':!,-,ii!R Kr,it r'!it!' "f x'i0 t,rat"l1'i tin- J.ew party. Tin- Kepuldioai) j j I'y ' true parly iT roe. ncilia-1 1'"". H'n.t.ii auJ leJ-nu : a reei.iiei.ia- tioii. Hliieh et-tal phlien jdstn.-u atj.l e.jual ri-hts and maintains them, and at peace with all who U-y the law ; (llf-'trUhte.l 001 TU I l llOIIUKTatH ailil Ii- publicans alike, and united them in op-: position to General Grant. The sin gle issue is, Shall the new Constitu tionthe constitution of freedom and equal lights, be enforced by appropri ate Congressional legislation, or only by state and local laws? Shall the J Democratic, party, which opposed the three great amendments, be entrusted with their enforcement., or shall that work remain in the hands of the repub lican parly, through whoso persistent efforts alone the amendments became part of the constitution 'i If the government is surrendered to the Democratic party and their new but not numerous allies, these great amendments bocomo only words. Sla very may not bo restored, but equal rights and impartial snflragu will be denied. These amendments have no self-enforcing power. If tho men in possession of the government will not enforce them they arc but dead letters in the constitution as impotent at tho tfouth as the old clause respecting the rendition of fugitive slaves was at tho north. Can any republican fail to see this, or seeing it, can ho fail to vote as he always has voted in favor of making these guarantees of the con stitution the protection and defence of the Union men of the South, whitu and black alike t We need not recall the brilliant record of the republican party. What the Republic lias (saved, as well as what it has gained in the last twelve I years, is tne achievement ol this party. When others wavered it was steadfast; when others clamored fur a truce or a surrender, it kept its face to the armed foe ; when others negotiated for peace, at any price, it demanded liberty and justice, nnd through that peace ; when others attempted a reconstruction with out universal liberty, equal rights and suffrage, it demanded and obtained all these; when others talked of repudia tion, it stood fast by the honor of the nation, and its policy has amazed the world in the rapid payment of the pub lic debt. It has increased the revenues while it has diminished taxation; it hits settled a grave diflcrenco with a for eign power, by tho peaceful methods of arbitration ; it has adopted an Indian policy at once humane and successful ; during its administration of the Gov ernment it has not only carried tho Ke public successful through a terribly destructive war waged by traitors against the Union, but ifs policy in peace has contributed to an advance in the prosperity of every industry of the country unprecedented in our history. We ask every Kopublioan to give one day to the country. The nation has learned through the terrible experi ence of a civil war, the cost ol a Gov ernment and a policy unfaithful to the liberties and rights of the whole people. One such expeiience should be sufli cient for a whole generation. The people see and (eel this. Prom every part of tho Stato comes the most cheer ing intelligence. Republicans win. at first hesitated are everywhere taking their obi daces in ihe ranks They see in the candidate of the new party only the dress of the old republican ; the heart and life of republicanism have gone out of him ; they see in tho can didate of the republican parly the Cap tain who never turned his back to an enemy ia war, the Chief Magistrate who lias tio policy to enl'oice against the wiil of the people, and who has j f.y,,!! v , xecuted the laws ; their j v(.r,ik t -s ut ,iul,tfaK Let it le em- i phatio and worthy ol Vermont. Gio. W. Grammy. Chairman. Gio. Xi. hoiji. Secretary. CllAUl.lS II. .fi-YI t., ) Si ii-iii M Thomas, i f 11 WKI IN f AlliHANKs, Ml pulllicall Wil l l.'oi ms, Mule ii.ii.H N. Dam:. : ('oiundili-e. Iiois L. JLftsn.w, ! Cai:ijhi.i. S. !'.. i , J I l.llltl- sfi.MiKM pAPTotiV 1'oiNT, Vt. I Aug. HUb, 'Tl'. DiAK Jol'bXAl. : The Greeley club if Cliester has given the l hi iilustra- j lion of the pra lical working and join- j Cij.h-s if that party that lia fauefi on- j 0-r our ( t M-rvaii ;;. 1 heir delegate, Geo. II. ( arter, t- ti.e StaU? eenveti- tioa at Euf.ingt.:1., w here h i; Wis tl.air- tna-l of the CvtiiBiitU-e on i- j:js, i now an jiiiiiatij of EutU;. 1 jail oa a tharge of t-aAt-zJcfeCLt of tlo faadu c-( iaiaura&te codpaiiit'i ly wbgta Lc th I: M iff wa e:nj ! iye !, tj t!. amuntit t f f.'.-mh II- 'ot H.iraca l.oa I l ut't.Ccl at (succ. and pllifl ail- ., ... Kii.rTHi(K. (U u KilrattiiVa raid tbr,.gh Ver- n!..I.ti.f.ppc.s,ti..o to hi.- oil commai..,.,, t!i(. u. j (l( w.4:,t,-.j; J.t. l-id fair to l e a antrco- fa,!un- ft d(4,lg! fi:f ,..llC vl!T r,aK()I1( .Pi a-, lit would have Ic-nwd.miu tha 0!l!y roi,t ved al.t i i.e third of th-! K. eral t i have KUid aw ay rather than V( l iif,, C0IiVet.ti.n. I , have r.uso.1 up the Croon Muut.-j j..j ,m r!,.n;i i,)t,.,ost ii, the tainWv who h.ij-peu to ktWW too mMt.fi aUvAVlf teJ Mr.! tail. :h aiiiUt him. ; j.owt.r i:l ,,!,;, ,.! would While in Rutland, Maj.-r Ha..I..-t.,n of ,aw, donc H() (i.Ut;,,,,. ifj. had n-1 the. 1st Vt. Cavalry, chared him with 1 . ,!1:l;,.;,v ,,r .1.0 v,.1,h r.f the ! uin vrry abusive I.tiuc to tho ! Wnn.nt lov. on hu ;kMout an J , i . f T a,o ol lowiag tue w Lite H-atuer, re- f lernng m ins statement t, Uen. " "' Wells. Kilpatrick telegraphed to Wuilsto get a denial of the charge V. .. I.,.l,,tif ll... l..l..,rr.. a,. - - 6.. v ...v .... . r, wci, v nu u eci out: w no in aequuiii- t''d wilh Wells knows settles the ques tion and Kilpatrick too. Xoi.Tll I'.LXMM.ToN, Vt, A tig -0. To Gen. Wm, Wells : Did I ever call the Pirst Vt. Cavalry, in your pres ence, cowardly sons of b-'i Did I in your presence cowardly hide behind a house in battle t In the name of old memories, I ask you, General, for an answ er quick by telegraph at Rutland j. KiM'ATltlcK. i To w hich Gen. Wells sent tho fol lowing reply: lil lil.INO ion, Aug -0 To Gen. J. Kilpatrick: You did call the Vermont cavalry sons of b . You did start to lead the same regi ment in a charge, but found it safe not to continue. All at Roonsboro, Md., July 10th, 1803. WM. WKU.S. GliLYI.OC'K HaIX, WlIXIAMSTOWN, Mass. August '22, 1871. Dear jjlilor: We have had a terrific gale, follow ed by heavy rain this p. m. The wind did considerable damage, blowing down chimneys and ornamental work, breaking windows and felling neveral trees about the grounds. The house has been full of guests all the season, and will probably re main ro till the close, there being new arrivals daily. Last evening Mr. Ruell entertained the guests with a series of stereoptical views which were excel lent. He was urged to repeat it to night but owing to prior engagements he was unable to do so. Friday eve ning, Mr. Will. II. Pope, the popular recitationistof New York, will give us another evening with tho poets. A good entertainment may be- expected, Factokv Point, Aug. L'Gtli, 1872, Mr. lAlitor: In last week's Joliinai, I saw a couple of paragraphs reflecting in a most scan dalous and shameful manner on tho re publicans of Rennington county for their nomination of officers at their convention at Arlington. Wc are sur prised that any man wc are surprised that any person or persons laying claim to the least shadow of character or re spectability would so demean them selves as to father such an offspring. Tho articles alluded to, it seems, were copied from a sheet called tho Free 1'renf, the very cognomen of which is a falsehood on its face, for it is well known to be a dirty xlavcold and bowjh by a ire head, for the oatenaible. purpose of doing their dirty work, and conse quently who but the owners of the thing is responsible for the tdamlcr thus vomited forth against the republi cans of this county and men selected by them to represent their interests in tho councils of the Stato, men whose moral and religious character would not suffer in comparison with the present or past records of the fathers of this their legitimate offspring. ' l i f.'i n iisl in (.-i-y Ii.hiimI lmtid, T. ii.nl. mii-li iuipii- Ui tlx it- kuiiiicW ! Am.iNoTON-.Vt., Aug 27th, 1872 Eonor Jorits.u, : Xoticing a letter, in your last paper, from L. Powers toy ing that certain charges had U-cn made that ho had agreed to step out of the canvass at this time fur .Sheriff, and I that he or his friends had never u:nle any such arrangement, I take it upon myself to make the following tate- ment. At the convention hehl two years ago, I was directed l y the friends of Mr. Crofut to place bin name before the convention, before the meet ing was called to order in the hall. Conversation was had between Mr. j Powers and other delegates front Ar lington, Rennington and Manchester in regard to the oince ol therm at which time it was understood that Mr. Powers only wanted the nomina tion for that term ;after wo went into convention a delegate from Reuning- 1 toil came over to me and asked me if j I was going to nominate Crofut? I answered 1 was, h said, don't do it, j fur Mr. Powers only wants the office ithis term and will then stand aside, I and Mr. Crofut w ill have a chance. L 'said I would kc Mr, Crofut and tell him. I did m, and asked what I should do. lie nai l, then dou't use my name j and consequently no one was iiomlna jtel in opposition U Mr. Powers. At j the last convention after Mr. Crofufa name had been placed tu forc them, made the statement publicly, and no feue detai.-d iter taisel a queaUott ia ; regard to it. Mr. Powers was at Ar- ' ii.'.gt' ti, and could easily hat e atiawtr- j ed it or had Lis friends arnwer it k t 1 if he desired, or was it fcectssary I tiat t nlouli wjtit iit-uijr two uaubtl ;t WM toa late ii answer hi 1, tt. r and give it pfnerat cirrutitiuti ' lf..re the rliTtion, U-for lift ceulJ do- j ! ci !e hi tlier h? ha 1 talked cr author-' i; . ... . ...,i ., , li.f'l I'lii ' I.I K W PI...' . i. delegate., rn -M-i.t ua j, thru .s0ll)MoJ. I nuiktho ! ,ut.mrril aUu.loJ I . in SooJ fultl ami ! kowi,,K w ; j i10aril i per,,,, to ho a f.t, t, and I have since been assured ' ,,v (,lh(,r r.llt,.m(a that they heard j ,), s;,mc ,,,1 of talk at the' con ven- :.. tiuu ol two years ago jjup M MMKIi IIKMHIT I I KM. SPECIAL 1NDUT.MKNTS! To parties engaging rooms fur three or four weeks in September. Eil ivox lbusi., M wriii.sTi a, Vt. Aug. T., lsic'. All Usually large number of rooms are engaged at the Equinox House for September, the most delightful month of the season, as nil our tily friends know w ho have enjoyed ils bracing air and the gorgeous bounty of our autumnal foliage. Hon. Mark. Skinner and family, of whom our eiticus have many pleasant recollections, have relumed from Kurope : where they have been spending the past year, nnd are now stopping at tho Equi-: nox House. rpHK EQUINOX HOUSE. (1'U.it III Ml. '..liillCI,) Mani ukstkr, - Vkuimiint. Open from June M tu OcMm r IhI. V. II. OUVIS, l'n.i'iii tnr. RMK-inl iucliK-cmeiitH olli ro.l In milu.s i'ii(;af,- IliK lli.illlB iruiu nut' l'rice card ami llailrnad Tiinu Tallin st nl nn Hiilie utiuu. Tho 111:1" A. M. train from Iiw lurk via. llHrli-m aim Harlem l-.iteriitiou lianroaiin arrives ai MMiclitDtiir at 7:l j i: ji. The S a. V. Troy A Huston train from Tiny enn- llt'iMUig Willi lil'.M. mu'iiuhth ir.iui ;.' i.'in arnvirH at Manelui-ler Kt 10:i A. M. Halt gage cliuoktd tliioii(li to Maiiclnmttir. The S p. M. train from Trot aiiivtis at Muiiehos ttrat 7:1j V- M. trains leave Maneliesler for Troy and Now York at 6:30 a i., 1U:-V A. M., and IM P. M. CarriKKfin from Ihe E.iiinoj House to meet all Trains. Extra Can iae8 may be ordered liy Tel eKraph. It tH better to Telegraph ni all cases, vUua couveuient. ain2li-lnn CUSTOM ROOTS AND SHOES J AT J UK rMTii'V point fiTtTOM HOOT. tSllOK SHOP Thankful for llio very lilicial palroimgo be stowed in the pai, wo hope to uierii and receive a continuance of the same. Wo miinufacluro to order Cii-.N-r's Fino Frenidi calf bootu, 14 Hiii-kiikiii boot, " (iaiterbi)otii,allslylenaiidniiilerialii, r " opera boots.all Htylea and tuntcrinls, ii Napuleon bonis, all niateriuls, ii " Wi Imter Ties, ii " Oxford Ties, ii " CouK'reKS ties and patera, In fact t ycrythiith' in the lino of gents wear. J.ADICS' DErAUTJIEI'T. Laiuk.s' l'il'o lintloncd boots, all maleriiilB, .. Imitation button twits all materials, ti i'oliuh boots, ii i , lenie boots, " " (;oiiKr(- Hunts. Wo mannfaetnriT I'verythiriK for ladiea wear out of any material desired. K:ttmlaction guar ant. -ml in ail eatii-H. TV FMtnnug 7,'i'i' will be NlrMI'j Atlhcrnl In All work manufactured in tho latest styles. No work not perfect will bo mild. The very best material will bo nstd, and all good Bold at the lowest poinobln price. All work will bo done when promised. All ood warranted to b jimt a represented. All bills will be collected promptly Orders from a ilistanca will riceive prompt at- tcnUU"- H. M.I.VMAN.Amnt. Factory I'liiut, Vt., July :J I 1S72. Call and riamiiK: 'nr piNE CALP ROOTS, Of Oi l! OW N MAM FAC'lt UK, ellin lor ."i,'iil to SHim. Opiaisite the l'iit Olliee, up sUir. K. jr. I.V.MAN, A.'fini. 1-ai-t'iry I'oui', Vt., July 17lli, 1"7I. 1 1" Ufx 1 1- (JOLI COAL! constantly on hand at VUU.1-.HTONS MAI:M.K WOKKH, g.jljl5t MancliesUir 1 pot. THE PLACE '10 ELY SUMMKR CLOTHING IS THE CORNER STORE, Hates House Rh-ek, Corner of Mer chants Ro a"d Center Street, RiTLAMi, Vkiiviont. MA -ON .t .IKUKONVSKI in t, fib r to disl""..- "t ll"-!' J.AIKU'. ff(H K .r HUMMER GOODS if msjvr r'ttm fr ili'-ir FADE STOCK n FASILIO.NABLY CUT CLOTHING, . . bays iWur:uioi .1 o. n.a a rsote uoii oi ,.,aci o. n,i a rn .,r ihe next SIXTY DAYS from 1j to J per neui. all SUM M EE GOODS IIVT-, At",YAl.K IA I.AUl'KT liA'iH AM) CMEIUXLA ttlwat on baad ; tlmt Fir. u. Li i or Gist Fi umsuiso Gx:i. O tte wnl m as Urf rf parchaauiiSj tisarwlitre. JdAjS JUitUWsKL i nutUbl, Vt, ivij Kta, ln. 7Ctf JJIT.V1IAM .V TEMVLE'S ; 1 N S V It A (' I. A 1. N C Y , I lU i;i;ru ! n i AlTNA INM'!;Nn. COMTAN Y. A-H.. y ,MK Jv ., Ius, r (',,, KN. A-seli, JI..V',"',i.. HtuiioliO Pi i.i. Iv-u ias. E Co. Altst-U, S.KIlWIOO.OO. Imimuu Pint: Kmiumt Co. Assets ! i(( i,ooo,oO. llOYAh INSURANCE COMPANV . : Asset, if lo.nnO.iNKi.oo, PiilMV lssi'inxct: Co., X. Y. Assets, ,.',OoO,OlHl.(H FllANKhlS Inm I1ASCS Co. Asset, !,.Vm,Oii.in, lss'l iasci; Co., ok Xo. Amu, I. . Assets, :i,.'oo,i',io.iKi, SPHIMiPIF.LD INSl'KANM'K CO Assets, ,,ikiI.o.io.oii. yn 1ns,.un., k (V( u u,rnim,. 4 , NaUoXAI. Ilia: Insi'HaNiK ( O. Assets, .i.'iOOjOilO.IK). The above strong list ol I iisiiranio Com panies, nnd others- nre repre sented by liURNHAM A TEMPLE, TltAVKI.KU'S LIKE AND ACtT DKNT INSI'KANCK COM PANY, III I'M -SlINTI'.li 11 V P.URNH AM .t TEMPLE, General Insuianee Agents, OPKKA MOUSE P.LOC1C, Rutland, - - - Vermont. E. L. WYMAN I. 0 C A I, AGENT, l-'OIt TI1A VI-:i,K.i:S I.I EE AN ! Al l 1 OKNT CO., Factory Point, - - - Vermont 2NI.vl2f.Os-l:l A X T E D . AlSOt'T THE I'lKSTOE HEl'TEMIIEIl, A FEW CAPADEE, lSIU'HTIllOfH, Till STY AND Ill'.Wl'ON.SlIM.E MI N ( AN FIND STEADY EM I'l.OYMENT, AT COOl) WAf.EH, AH CI.EIlKH ON A TIN C A UT. NONK HIT MEN OF THE HUM TEST INTEOItlTY NEEH Al I'l.Y. C I'. KW E'IT. Mi.. .. l. r Vt., Ati;:ust (ith, 1S72. -llyr,:.i QUIRTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS. N. E. POWERS. Easr Aku.no ion, Yi i.jiont. ha'o, ti'i i nr. u or FINE I LESS SlUltl i, ( Ol.I.AIW ASH I I TFS, WibIii s to 1 the uiteDlli.n of the public t the fa, t lhat he has ell hand a flee slo. il of ICoT II AND INOI.I-11 ( UKVIOThlllKTt.W hnli will be made up to or .rill the fluent nlvie, Mil to mt-asiiie, and wilatit'-'l to lit. Al Eit.e lllf-n Sh.l.'s lhmit- to. ill the very Ik kI I 4,-rs..l.- .! Miishn E..-ry (.wntl.-uiaii will te i warranted a fiod lit. by s.udl'K ll.e fxilown.K i litcltsiiltrlii. ill 111 !l.-..-!.e: S ..- i.fe.,J!ar Worn ; sl,e I rollll 4 the chert, waist ao.i Wflst ; il.alai.i'tj fiolll j center ol sl.o'ii'h-rM aioeii: thi. arm to the ami, ale i of thft wit-t. U-t.iioii the lititul'. r of plasU In iMMKim and Bttle of I'Btta ; aio mi idem wtirUn r I U...,ii. are to hv. anets or anrai. Tim traile i tiirnii. i m l. l'i I- til'-iMi and huslliea alurU i at BlHTt ll'ltlf j Last ArhriKH , Vt., July I'r.ii, 1S72- 'iljlhi J)KNTISTP.Y. .,,..,,,,,, o,o. ,,ef.,!ly ii,t.ibi IAS. MARTIN k SON, net. eh- "f Mute !. ' r and n-iuif (hat h liasi' I ' 1 . .,....... t a it I ..I.. .. i .... . . ,,Mr, um mwiii . .' Sli'l "HI C'llllO I 'V tor n.uit w .. . hopes to red ire the -1 liti(e ol n lli m'l have wi.lk to do 111 Ills hoe. Jit inten ts t.J do le.O.mH but G o o d W o r k Ant f.Har Kilos Si!.'t-t'tm " l.'fryl Intl'lw I'ri'-' SWiil I s M 1" l't"f-ii" i o! work will i be .t.Mie as . lusply as s( amy o.m.lrr ofljca,. j Iio wid I at l.m t t:.o in K.o. hesur al ad 1 tiu.n n.- pi eri Urn raew.i.d wm k ol . a.:h molilU. I ll., ll. i a eoflil'tt 1. li lt WltO ll.e eoil ; f r n .... nib, not I furu.er oo'.e tm i w.a I at Moit-sri HuU-1 in Itomluiie ; on 1 j day f .:i mn.s at 'Im.) s ll-.t. 1, Wnsi'Hi S " Wtiiiisa.isr ai i;r-!!!B jl .ti, rvuiu ; on iiisiwiay at I-.-i.ti.ii.'J ; oil jreuy at lr.Vpr:(j Jsu.a.ca. T K li .V S A 1 it- ui'i.n, fcwirr. MaiaiUesttr, YL. Kty. 1st, l7l. i'.i)lfj Doath-v. ti Ihf f..l"rk if I r. thf? . I- I'r H i i t tr. tiff rwifcsri pt lka W titt-l kn llh ln Viii.nt.vn. ,.f liih...l Wrfc ! ,uf is W...jf.ir.!. i f tYtvh.i4 frf, i.-iv 1 ywmv kiwi 7 niMtii, iK'1. V Ml V ' r. M S lt tt W fl 0. j Tiv-t t(h lit 1 4i 4 r ru,t ; T!:'. h ru. .1, iii.l Uri ft , ; t Win llliifit!i fft.r bit ft- t Wf ; f tXe t Ui vf c tnitu 4. it, m . I A iif. Lr tti, in Su .(;, tnUhl Uin'hl'M -I j onT) . M r M.) : UUNTIDl ji, I ! A-lt. fti'ii.ritu ini.il nii-l.-t tti. ti..l ki l.n j ti 1... i. a. )....(... ' S 11 iC A l.Jf Uls-lll 1 Tnl of ; l,.l cn MH k, I'. fctl ftl' Umii the tm. W..rk unit! liVl Sl'lttttf It I,. (illAVKH, j t-nu.l.-rUuid. VI , Aiik .'.'"Hi, 1ST1. llt j 1 Mil SU.K 'iUir'.r tnM'.l.inr mr. fix! I.i j I' ..ll,i.,li (l lli...il!i 1.51 nilh t tin ! l"r. , ! avrtlln (Sil; an li. i t li,rfi-. m.t. i. i i.,., wai n.... ,.,-.i,t. M .ii H IIYWl.KY Me. li. l.i, VI July S.1 i7J. i.afi I llil llM'lnN NOTt(T..-Tlii lit ki ti. I i o.'t. il.t I Imtt. ittvrti nit k..ii 11,'rlM'rt hia tun.' .Iuiihk llit. o miii-lr tl t.i tniti..riOrl kii.I i si. ill iHtiu iioiu- il lu I'uriiiuK n..r ny l las ,.r ion ciiOat-ltiifj afi.-r Hn .Ui. IIII1AM MIAIK. hmi.lKHl. . Jul llllt, lsTJ. i.u JJPRR AND P.PliTOX SEMINARY, MAMiu;sim, YriiMoNt, I io(ii'((i; anil )o i Si html for J.fiilien ii ml (iciitlt Hit ii. I A "..! I he dvi.lje. ..f a 111 II ll..r.l of Teach ; it, ( rtrelilliv I'lepari-d t ouiana or Htn.lv, i tie -omt: Ii .lull hi the I HKiii.li mill n.ivial alien, j It. ai io tit., dm"..' and yi.tuiK ntru ).ti'panitt f..r roll. K''- lnlt ltiMi and A. -a. tt lute liar l.i'Klita t We.tn.-ii.Uv, iij aut. Ail rarlv aia.llratii.il tor riantm mil be li.im.l a.1 . ol .'0 l or oilier pal Ii. illars or 'alal.Kui-, ad.lleM llev. J. I. i. kl.niit, 1. I. al .Vlaiii-lienter, ui tlie rriiioipal aflur Align! 11- II. II. Sli.VW, I'tlntipal. Maiirbekler, M., July Knli, ls?X 7ljai EMRM FOR SALE. A KiK.il t h nn uliinle.l in tlm north pall of V 1 N D II A M , conUiuinK over Imi acre of land ilivi.li d into pmtttire, mowitiK an.t wooai.a Willi over tii Koo.t niaplea and good eouvi'itieiieeH for luaktus Biif.'ftr. (iood water at boiiKe and barn, (.ood Mouse, well finished, villi 7 rooms below and i alwive, 2 uond barna,. with nlii.il and hot hoiino, with an bitIi for boil injt mwiU in. It 2 7 mili-M from ( heater depot an.t II tiom clturt'li. We wutieri'd last winter, with out the line of Meal I J In ad of cattle 1 home ami in nhi'i'p. A 1 wish to ku went 1 will at.ll at ft fair l i n e ( ail and ace it. JOACHIM IKILTIN. Windham, VI., Au. U7tli, 1X71 U lw 'Y W. & W. LEWIS, HAIU DRESSERS, Court Mouse, Manchester, Vermont. SIIAVINO, IIAIlt CI"!''! ISO AND I1AIII DYtlNd, Executed tu workmanlike atyle. Vdrtirultir ntlenlinn tjiren lo fulling Iaiu1 unit I tnhUrnt' IliUr. Manchcaier, Vt., June aiilli, 1S72. Oltf rM. Mi CAM MOX, MAM r.UTTIO.U or Tint A M KMC AN PIA NO-FORTE. Wholcsaln and Itetail Warorooma at tho Eaetory, corner of IJroadway and North l-'eriy Htreel Albany, Now York. KVKIIY PIANO IS WARHANTLD. Tbei-e I'iane-l'ortea liavo recoived TIIIKTY-HEVKN OUI.D MEDAI.H .t HII'EOMAH from the dilTi rent Ealra and luatltiitea. An illimtratcd circular will bo Bent on applica tion, from which a person eau elert with full coiilidi licit that as (jood an Itwtriimeiit will be Bt-ril aa if Iio should select for liiniaelf. Addles, WM. MeCAMMON, Albany, N. Y. Albany, N. Y., July 17th, 1S7J. s:ltf ntHHOU'TlONtiF COI'AUTNEItHllll'. - The e"piiniieinlili liereUiforn .xitiii under ll.o linn nanin of I lemons .V .rover Is linn day dissolved by mutual consent. All d. bin due tho firm uiust be paid at once. H. H. fT.F.MONH, I VINCENT lilluYEIt, ( I would amimiiico to our former friends and patrons lhat the driiK business formerly earned on by (.'lemons .V (irover will still tin ooiiliniie.t by mo. llopinit for a share of your .atrouaijU 1 remain Yours riinpectfully MNCENTOUuVF.lt. D It (i V STORE, Factory Point, - Vermont, NEW KTOIJK OE lilU.IIH all kinds of I'ATENT MEDKHNEil, A I.ok" art. .rt on -lit of I'KIth'C MKH Y AS 11 fAMY (KJltllS. just lee. ived and e l u,g at low prices Spices, (tineer, Hoila, Ori'am Tarter, of Ihe bntt piahly, ( aihoUitn and C'hl.mdo of I. line. '7.e IUM Kbt J-'niinltiin In the S7iic. VINtT.r lillOVEIl. Ap..thi.ir. I'nclory point, Vt., J.ily 17th, 172 ISMUwi l.'Oll HALE. 1 75,000 Envelopes, at the J.ii nsM. iifTii-n, lor sale cheap. Ewry rietyof hiiniui-HS L-uveiopes. C nAXTER UNIVERSITY OF MUSIC Olfusa Practical and Ketentill c Education f.ir ci'iiiposini? and exectiniiK (.biircli Music. Par lor Music, or. Iiestra Music, or lirass lla.nl Musio popular or Classical, at people's Pries. Has ui.vlualt'd oter over one huielii-d Prsb-ssors of Music, and n.anv buridn ds of Amateurs. JAMi.SliAXll.il, President, Fru.udshlp, N. Y. 1RESIDENTIAL ELECTION, -1 Nov. 1, 1S72. POLITICAL GOODS IN KVI IIT VAIill ir, Fire Work, Plugs,, Lanterns, Tori lies, Madge. Joseph n. priibY. SI and ! Maiden Ian.. N. Y. EsTAIiUSill II 1HI'. JVTEST IMPROVED 11 u R S K P o w i: R s , Threshing and Hawing Machines, Manufaeturt I and ild by A. W. GRAY k SONS, Middielown, Vermont. P rtns II. at wish lo i tifi l.i will do wolf its send ..r ( ii'-ums and Oesiriptivs Praia la si, w i.e U mil', he f.rt wai'1'.-i, upib applicaliaii, Ir. j maki Am Keiu or C A M P A I (1 N P I. A f 8 t ll'J Commiiutal StaraT, EOSTON. H-tw J GRACE GREELEY. A tkttat.t Pl.fJt- j'raph, Uksn from life, ty -Jio. s,jj, sin. iv ol lo any ni.lrCTS tm r. tupt of prtm, Ii On. -aorii U B.s U, skm.Is. Ad-lr..ss L HHkZUWiS. 711 nth Atstiao, 1 X rk Cuy, 1'liKK Osuj.pis li-atki uf Adsuisiii s Itotsuls i.s.Mui, at aii IxuKisl. Ptaj.i suit as Li.fa.ujjK; retiifc.Jy tr AsOjuus, oichs, l.tH., liuK Coa.piaua.1, As tiw 0 0-lia A Co, Ai.uU, trjtwu. La h-AUt, Sis'