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The v.ria .b-l-art- j ' 11 A w ta,S ,0.Mcr tw ,,-M . f ,.r r..ver..m,-!1t.filleJ it be- ; rj'- II "eM r'7 "'i'r"P- lined w ill, riH-li.. at,d f.ithf.,1 1- i vi,'w of tl,e U,'tljat U"",;' t"WU tie wrvaMU. atndilr wi-l nnietlt ! in lhc ,uu " ,tiI1 '"J t0.C'T it .i " i i hidorahle aiuMWiU, and therefore lublo i!,..v d along hi their reaper tivc upheres ; ' ' "'UWU"M r .I ..- .1 i-i- 1 to hrsvv taxatitm, for debt contracted perf.irmiii their uutira with udigence, j" "J ul.ihtvand fid.-'itv j iu fiiriiibhiiig men ana other rneanr.r ' ' ..!.!.. . IK..- ...,.1 f..- I ciitigratulate my b llow citizen on the f.ivoiaUtj orid highly encouraging i-mditi..ii d our financial affaira, an .rc'!jlI in the Tri anurcr'a rejioi t, to w hich I rcK ctful!y invite your atten tion, an nl.kirii' t o( which I here insert l.'nd.'r the wie policy adopted by pre- i-.i h T.-gidat!ireg and carried out by nir accoinpliished and faithful Treaa urer w itli acrnpulutiH fidelity, it aeema that tho tiiiiu in not far diotaut when the public debt will be wholly paid and extingttihhed, aii J that too without any (evens burden upon the people. The TreHiirer credits the State as f-dlwwsf.ir 171 : lialurire Sej.t 1, 1 70 : ii it iti Tri-ik-iry, t t-ii.k!i. fuuJ, ' l'":.i:i (tt ;r. .Hi a Uy lh U V, lim. 137, 1W "1 y lUl Ml. (.v r,-f Jli'ie.1. l.i Ni t II. I k it) ti'l' F Iir'.IM.i'UlKlUk, I'll 77 (i. .t A. mil.. i for inuil .I i, l iU IK) ' Kit. tij Jloai .1 ul JMui aliuu. (refuiilidi, 71 00 I. 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It;,te,k( II IwMfO , . y kU,. t , J I k.k i i k .. m4 e:k'.i. .'iJJi !.( 14 ; :j 1 wi uii leeommetid, however, to ; rur ferMe cnnaiJeiation, the tiujj gi -ti' ti t f the ti.-aaurer, of the iuex pi lii iif-y t,t making appropriatfjui f-..r ; aittii ij.atiiiij the j aynielit id the iinuia ture Uaids. ' tiowcrcr desirable it iny l-c to dis charge our eiitiri! debt, and, howevur, :C)Uiiatil - Ie with the econoum al Lul iU i if the i fiii. e ( b.' and reuiiim free from 1 ai.uMir dcht, it aeenia t bo very biuhtful cci.ii'.niy to burden ountfhes 1 . -.1 .. t . .1 ,.f..,r- NdpreHauig luB laiu ruuiniou, biiu iu. repairing dainagea done by floods, firen, etc. The rodintribnlion of the United Staten deposit money, made neccsHary by the ceiiHiw o( 1S70, under the pro vihious of tlie htatue wan effected in a very Hatiblactory maimer by the treaa urcr. That oflicer, in November, 1S71, collected o( one hundred and eighty townH and gorea tho anin of $00,0i!3 11 and dinbursed the name to sixty-eight t iwim and cities. It in apparent that the burdens of taxation ato Btill quite unequally dif trituted. Is further legislation neces aiy to remedy the evil, or ia it charge able to the improper, unfaithful, or im perfect execution of tho law f The Biibjuet in w orthy of tho serious cod m'deratinn of the General Assembly. I-.Dl'l ATlO. Tho cauHO of education will ever claim of tho General Assembly a most careful and watchful attention. It re quires no argument to convince an in intelligent Vermonter, that it ia poor economy to withold from any class of our citizens, and especially the youth, the means of acquiring knowl edge, whatever reasonable expendi ture of money ia thereby made neces sary. On this important subject lean not better express my views than in tho language of my distinguished predeces sor, in his message to the General As sembly, Oct., 1 70, and which I take leave to again present to your consider ation : There ia a growing interest iu our public schools, and tho truth is gener ally acknowledged that the education of the people is an indispensible safe guard to the preservation of a free gov ernment. For tho gcueral diffusion of education, reliance must be had, prim arily, upon free common schools. It is therefore, of vital importance to tho wclfaro of tho stale that the iustruction afforded ia these schools should bo of tho highest character attainable. Experiment, in all the states : fore most in the cause of education, has proved the great value of Normal Schools in training teachers for com- iii'Hi schools. Good teachers arc indifi i peiisible, and the Normal School is ' the iui-trumentulity which can be em- ployod to secure the needed supply. I venture to suggest that the time has cmuo fur the adoption in this stale of a more settled and effectual policy on this subject. In corroboration of the views above expressed, I earnestly recommend to your favorable consideration, tho report of the Doard of Kducation, and the ' !:...' these suggestions meet a hearty re " sp"i.se fr..;n teachers, and all others m,k 4', who have given the sut.ject a careful 1 examination. Whatever necessary in- ii a 'r('a,," of aproptiations maybe requir- . : ml fr the carrying out of the above view a and suggestions, will readily Ik gfanted, I doubt not. It is b( lieved tlio Act of November 2J, 1:0, No. 12, Session Laws, has received little attention from the towns in the state. I would respectfully refer the General Assembly to the Itepottfi of the Heard cf PMucation for 19 and ! 10, recommending the enactment tf I would mggett tha propriety of al . M w, iowiag the yafetn tiii-rcin provided for to be fairly an I aatisfactorily tested, i -tov. " ' Q' tn'-nlificatiots, if aojr, as ap pear to Ix; receKary or desirable. It io ins to have ecgaged the alUra- uervanU, Those entrusted with the Lon of many considerate aod re2ecti:ig j fiaancial af aira of our state have usual men in the state, and to have became ily I t-en honest, vigilant aud trust- " their i' U! 1 c-iavictioD, that twi'iUry t worthy. The Judiciary, always the ice, in u various departtnetiU, j safeguard of the people s rights, and should in aotue taeaaure be connected I the crmevrraior of the peace and good : with ai.d become a part of the edura- order of any community, have invari li.'n of our you-.g men. aud with a view a! !y U-ea impart.!, inlcpendcnt, and to tl .is etd the ij.:itk.tict. of this ut . tptight-a-Itnttiiateringthe law with .in which this science is taught, ehouldj aaciitla!cJiifcg fidelity, aid dj.ptua.cg te U-m! p-H aciary aij from M,!!. siata . 1 i u- i wtu.;T fck j -A lk V-f Iflrtr to fft ta tl. pub. ' lhvi rtjt w t4!i;g 'l the - ,ti--al Agric BUur! CuRteuUoD, tell kt ;lt, whffp the ulj t U much di- IM. ftm rri.cn isnTiTrruM us . iitu. I a:n ia; r I; ace that t j llifl i.trt f ti e t-fScen tf tie Sut at ar-teara tls.t tU Cnatictal couJition ! t f thai itttutio is n-ut'y imp y improved, i lLe'tiriicMt 1 ia Lti. r! lo fi,ratill n rcitt-r in .rovement he re after. It ia t,. j U-li . vcd tin duties cf the aerera! oSi rt have ln well and faithfully jer ..fo .. m f.irme 1 I Ufpectfalty rrcorcmend an : aii riation, out of the surplus earn. ii g i f the prisoner, for the purpose of litiiug up a convenient room in one of the unused s.tksh ps to be used for a chapel for the prisoner on Sundays, and other occasions. The Hefurm school, I take pleasure in saving, commends itself more and more to public favor. It ia believed to be one of the most valuable of charit able institutions. I'Dder its excellent management it is accomplishing incal culable good. For a lull statement of its present condition in all its varied interests, I refer you to, the reports of the officers having chargo of those in terests. The encouragement and promotion of the great agricultural and manufac turing interests of the state iu their diversified ramification, will not be overlooked by the General Assembly, if within the range of constitutional and reason able legislation. That the immense waterpower afford ed by our numerous streams should be employed in some profitable industries, must lie apparent to all. In this con nection I would refer the General As sembly to the first Report of the Board of Agriculture, Manufactures and Min ing, for interesting and valuable infor mation. The Asylum for the Insane should ever be watched with a vigilant and scrutinizing eye. Is it not to be feared that the institution at Bratllcboro is wanting in some respects, in those ac commodations and appliances neces sary for the health and proper care and treatment of tho unfortunato class con fined there? I respectfully and earnestly catl the at tention of tho General Assembly to the Report of the Commisfiioner and his suggestions. On this important sub ject I am persuaded no member of the Geueial Assembly will neglect his duty, , : Whiltf the state has made adequate provision for tho deaf, dumb, and blind, in tho state, it is thought by many that provision should also bo made for an equally unfortunate and equally merit orious class of our citizens tho imbe cile or weak minded children or youth of poor parents. If anything can bo done, in any degree, to ameliorate the condition of that unfortunate class, within tho authority of the General Assembly, I have no doubt that au thority will be exerted in their be half. For the purpose of. aiding tho cause of temperance arnoug the people, laws have been enacted and are now in full force, prohibiting the traffic in alcoholio or intoxicating drinkB. It is to be fear ed that in some parts of the state, at least, these laws are lamentably neg lected, if not wholly disregarded. I respectfully submit whether some plan may not and ought not to be devised which shall secure the moro faithful execution and enforcement of the laws. From a source entitled to high con sideration, I have been requested to recommend that provision bo made by law for the establishing in every town iu the stale a public library of suitable and well selected books, for the use of the inhabitants of the town, under proper regulations, I would recom mend the subject to your candid and thorough cxaminutioo. H)lltI'..N lAkUUVl.E COMI'AMIB. The people of this state are very deeply interested in the matter of in surance. A great amount of property is insured in, and largo sums of money are paid to forcigh corporations. Many of such corporations have failed ; sora have proved worthless. Our citizens have been and are still liable to be de frauded and injured. The commission ers, who have, in a limited sense, this matter in charge, receive no compensa tion for their services. Is not the sob. ject worthy your careful considera tion,! Before closing this communication, I desire to say, that with profound grati tude to my fellow citizens for tho exalt ed position to which their kindness has raided me, it gives me great pleasure and awakens a juist pride as I know it doe in tie bosom of every Vermonter to cal a retrospective glance over the j entire history f hut commonwealth, and f.:i J that, with so few exceptions, the complicated machinery of our sys tem of government has operated so har- motiioctdy, each department being as- t,i al,1 Anvr.tti.l fuIil.f.,1 j justice" with aa fevc Lalaoce. Thai ittCJCiarT. for kliiiiy ad leaj-ir.r. and ;eoamadfsi Um Ugfe reprt aicn- jfrUjt of k ol mon inrM ; jo iidickl ability ia ttu iUU t.il the OnraolJ1ery,iecea!le, ioaustrioua,' iiiUllignt acl paUi"iti m citiiteT.i, j Ut ready to .boulder the mu.ketanJi brklonthearmor.t thrir eontry. ! ! fro the d.ya of Ethan Allen aj.4 Ter rea4r to ibouiaer me muket anJ arner to the preaott moment, ' have shown themselves as daring and invincible on the rattle celd, ai they are peaceful, induatrious and patriot. c in private life. They have deserved and received the nation's praise, admi ration, and gratitude. Education, ever the handmaid of morality and religion, has always been fostered and nurtured with parental care aud a mothers affection. The log cabin, the school house and the church have reared up a a class of noble moo and women, who have adorned every art, trade, calling aud profession throughout the land, from the honored tiller of the soil to the dignified and learned physician, lawyer, judge, statesman.theologian thereby reflect ing high honor on the slate and nation, till the name Vermonter Las become, as it were, a synonym for worth and mer it, and a passport to confidence and re spect. May this ever be her history, and this people continue that happy people whose God is the Lord. I need not say that economy, both of time and money, will be consulted by making as brief a session as is con sistent with the due consideration of the several matters that como before you. I am not aware of any necessity for important changes in our statutes. Al low me to ask whether there is not greater danger of too much rather than foo little legislation f Upon this ques tion I would appeal to the experience of thoso upon whom is devolved the duty of administering the laws. I shall be pardoned, I trust, for sugges ting that under our present constitution requiring only biennial sessions, in creased vigilance should be exercised to guard against hasty and inconsider ate legislation. I pledge my hearty co-operation in expediting the proper business of the session. I respectfully refer you to the reports of the various departments and to the suggestions therein, several of which, without fault on the part of any one, I have been unable to see. Jl LU'S CoNVKRSE. Executive Chambkii, ) Montpelier, Oct. 3, 18.2.) OCTOBER ELECTIONS. PENNSYLVANIA REPUBLICAN BY 20.000 MAJORITY! OHIO ALL ItlOIIT. INDIANA CLAIMED BY REPUBLICANS. THE Hobruka Repudiates Greeley. Philadelphia, Oct. 8. In thirteen wards of the city during the first hour, llartrantft was 236 ahead of Buckalew, aud over COO ahead of the Republican city ticket. This is viewed as an indication that Ilartrauft will ex ceed the rest of the Republican tickel aud not fall behind as supposed. The Second ward will, it is asserted by the Evening Telegraph, be carried by the Republican) tor the first time In eight years, and also that the Republican can didate for Stale Senate will be elected. At the headquarters of the Republican State Central committee they are calcula ting on a large Increase In the Republi can vole in this city. Reports from vari ous wards that llsrtranfts majority will be twenty thousand in Philadelphia. The following Ilartrauft majorities are reported: 18th ward, 1430; 2d ward, 11 7; 9th ward, 775; tth ward, 343; 10th ward, 1870; 16th ward, 1350; ICth ward, 1590; 18th ward, 1813. The Fourth ward given Buckalew 780 majority. The Eleventh ward gives Buckalew 325; a Dcm. lots of 664. The Democrats generally concede thai the Republican majority will be nearly 20,000. Pittsbi ro, Pa., Oct 8.-2 p. m. Forty districts in the consolidated city of PilUburg and AIleghanyCity,have piv en Ilartranft 6384; Buckalew, 4612. Alleghany county is estimated at from 6,000 to 7,000 for Ilartrauft. Nine townships in Tioga county give Ilsrtranft 1,063 majority; gain 2JC. Naw Yobk, Oct. 8. The New York Express, Greeley pa per, says that Ilartrauft is probably elec ted by from ten to twelve thomand ma jority. 'tw York, Oct. 9th, 1 a. ui. The chairman of the Penniylvania Slate comruiUee telegraphs that the Re pablieaai bave carried Philadelphia by a majority of 2W.000, and art gaining large ly over last year's vole Id all parts of the state. A dispatch half an boor later says the election of Hart ran ft is conceded by upwards of I3,i00 majority. OHIO KLk-UIOt. COLIMBIS, Ohio, Oct. 8. In Warren City, Trumbull couuty, 3 wards give Wyckotr, Rep., for Secretary of State, Ml; Wiley, Icra., 2fi9. Returns from 20 towmhips in varkm counties ia the state, tbow net Rcpubli can sains over taai'irlues for Secretarr of 'joint committees aud a Uicoiber'of the t,..:.. ,k,-A.r,,. . ' J. i . ... ... i.ik.t iu icv in iiw. a vu ut kucw swui ' show democratic gain of votes. iw4 aLSXTi.. A prril ti the New Yk Tlfi UKe:-abHetn.liv r!riKt !to,ut by ! S,v to ,'. VHIIK l.: Tin. The elecuon ,.J off qM!y. A full TC"f i"-1; M m,j )ri!v. p,,,. M ,, ? 1 , ,.- h.M. ...nal.Wl th ! rw-r. ifn..,-.,. hoIJ, jr.vc ft Pp. tiit'Hir of l'O. IllkT. UK ll 1.1 null M il TIlH. Wamiim.ii.s, ( t. 8. The election in tint District ol Coliitn-1 , , . - . bM to-day was attended with but few disturbances which tho ouli.-e MoiiiliUv anppreaaed. Gen. N. P. C'hlpinan, Rep. aua tiM present ueiegate to Uingr, is ,. II,,' .ikl ..i.iAiiie 1 i.l K u, ..,,......1.. "T""-Ii caus also aleci iu t the ai ie legates to Ix'gisiallvo Assembly. IOKKKSI'lllll.M K, Morn i.iKi(, Vt., Oct, 5, 1S72. Editor M'lm -heMer Jour mil: There is little of interest to commu nicate in relation to the proceedings of the Legislature Although not mu.li haa yet been dune, the present Legis lature will probably get faiily at woik as soon as our Legislatures generally have, notwithstanding tha fact that there is an unusually largo proportion of new members. Qnite a number of the members ar rived in Montpelier on Monday, and were ready to laboj with the other members upon the matter of organiza tion as they arrived by the various trains of Tuesday. Tho lack of any general acquaiutanco among tho mem bers was quite noticibl ; it very often being the case that n prominent mem ber knew scarcely a fourth of the gen tlemen elected from Lis own county. The principal interest, of cnr.rse cen tered in the organization of the House, Tho contest lor both speakership and clerkship was quite animated, but was apparently conducted throughout, without any ill feeling between the can didates or their friends. Tho canvass ing continued with great vigor until midnight and after, but it was then generally conceded that it was impos sible to make any intelligent estimate of tho relativo strength of tho candi dates. Wednesday morning at eight o'clock nearly all the Bennington County mem bers met for an interchange of views in relation to the organization of the House. It was found that a very large majority of those present were in favor of Mr. Haskins of Bratllcboro for speaker, and it was finally decided to cast the vote of the county solid in his favor. Mr. Fairbanks of St. Johnebury, Mr. Henry of Chester, and Mr. Hawkins, of Brattleboro were the candidates put in nomination. Tho Domocrjls decid ed not to nominate one of their members and vo'ted for such one of tho persons named aa they con sidorod best qualifi ed for tho position. Mr. Fairbanks led on the first ballot, Mr. Haskins stood next, and Mr. Henry last; whereupon Mr. Henry withdrew his name and re quested his friends to give their sup port to Mr. Haskins. But the result of thp second ballot showed that many of Mr. Henry's friends took their support to Fairbanks, which secured him a fair majority over Haskins. Mr. Fairbanks, the successful candi date, was a member of tho last House, and w as favorably known in connection with it. Although many were of tho Opinion that others were better adapted for the peculiar duties of the speaker's chair, not oue word whs said during the canvass against his character as a gentleman without reproach or dero gatory to his general ability as a legis lator. For the clerkship there were two candidates ; Mr. Camp, the clerk (A the last two sessions, and Mr. Newelb who was first assistant clerk during tho same time, Mr. Newell's .friends were enthusiastic in his support, but Mr. Camp was elected by a large ma jority. The Bennington County mem bers generally voted for Mr Newell. Mr. M. B. Carpenter, formerly assis tant secretary of the senate, was elect ed secretary of that body Mr. Clark, who has served tho Senate for so long a period in that capacity declined to be a candidate. The Senate passed a res olution of thanks to Mr. ( lark for his long and faithful service, and the oi l Senators made remaiks referring to Mr. Clark's career in connection with that body ia the highest term. It was generally supposed before the session that Mr. Carpenter, an old Senator, would be chosen president pro temiiirr of that body, but when the ballots were Counted, Mr Hinck ley was found to have a large majority. In the Joint Assembly, when the state office! s were declared elected aud the oaths of office administered to tho Gov- ernor, Mr. Hiiickley presided with do- cided ability, and gentlemen who have witnessed many such occasions say that that somewhat formal affair never went off more promptly and smoothly, than it did with Mr. Hinckley in tho chair. I-ut. tiov. Taft now it ci iii.icl the . , tie i Chair Of the Senate, a:el proves to be ; . . . i . - i n- ti i an excellent presnimg oflicer. The! Senate stanJing cosntoitteeg hsve been . appointed, aid the selections Sr-efU t'l . , . , . . , , . , have teen jadictoualy made. Mr Hougltor.is tUirman of one cf the jvuaiuiii.icc ou laii a uui, auti mi. v'ji- lorn is n the crroruittr in railroads bJ en mdiUry affairs. A j.im rcn !i;ti n ff two S-ali-r!..! tlree i''j'VMu i'1'r BU', , , , , , : ir the IWvm u mvetigt ihe ' c-f the ium yUra at Prtt.i- i r.i na p4.c.i iutr uoutM. lu tun. ; c f the clirp reeretly tita li u;M ' ,t!,t u.i:ittioti. Uit foe!iir in tviu r! : lhat in jUll,,e K..tU ,,, lU pUt, ailJ , ruarn, uf the inrtltolk a there h,u!j! U tiK,r,M,fh lul "V 'Nry i-; " oj'i"if ivi.i ... u o pai ana J 1 -''U !I.JJ 1)1 ftllfliTCIUf I V i'l lilt a . a i ... i i . . . . . . . . r . i r-y turn. The first I ill intro lured int.. the j Hoime w as a I ill to ah.i!ih capital pun- ushmeiit, substituting in pUrn that ,.f I. . , ,, . . tmpnsonmenl lor lite, with a provision . . II.1 - j that a person so sentenced under this I act sha I tint l.e tiardoned et cent nni.n ( - - t j recommendation of the General Astern - j p!v qll0 in, lJl0 jjoi1h0 i s;o, and was defeated in the Sen - , . . ... , . . ... ate. It is not likely to meet w ith the same success in tho lower Hon mo this session. Attetrpts were made Friday after uoon to adjourn both the Senate and the House, ut.til the following Monday, but the attempts failed in both instan ces. There seems to bo a general de sire lo occupy as much of the time as possible, and make the session as short as it can be made consistently with a proper consideration of the interests of the state. Only one or two of the standing com mittees of tho House have as yet been announced. The appointment of those committees this session is a matter of more than usual difliculty in conse quence of tho Hcuse being almost ex clusively composed of new men. Tho committers cannot be judiciously mude up unless the speaker takes some lime to acquaint himself with the qualifica tions of the members and their fitness for different positions Time lost in this manner will undoubtedly be saved iu the end. It is the opinion of every one that Mr. Fairbanks will perform this delicate 'ask with excellent judge ment and perfect impartiality. a. go M ET ti 1 N G N K W I ! TURTLE OIL SOAP, Ininrt).il from I.ud(in for TutUt "", ami Wurmiiml Rii(.i riir Ui iiiiviIuiik "t tlifkuij eiT bi foiti ofl. n-.: tu iho itiliic al th prii-e. Very Large Cukes 15 Cents Each, For Sain ISy L . C . 0 It V I H , ImbIit in DRUGS AND FANCY GOODS, Cor. ol Main and Union Streets, MANf IlKSTKU, V'T. Who dan pint ri'edvd a FINE AHSUllTMl'.NTOK LUMWN (lonim, OK VAUIOL'H KINDS. New Styles of Splendid Perfumes, ic. CLEAVKR'H WHITE ItOSE.l JOCKEY (Xlll, WamnU'd ui rirto tlio fauioim l.ul.in'a 1 i- trai'lK. Aii Original Pipe Price 15 Cents! All MnwkrrH nhmil'l discard tlio old clay ilpi', and un lliim", which itr much mecr ami vory durable. Call uud Iomm. at thorn. "Vmiitrv is thk Siicit ok Lira," The1 wlio nniuko C 1 0 A 11 S , Insti ad nf I'lpes, and want A FINE-FLAVORED HAVANA, Kliould inquire here fur a "TciiK Rosk," PkicicTen Cknth. ' Fon A QCAItTE Fl," Tliuy "can't be boat" Id tlie state TltltEE A Fins IM of I.lOMIE GOGTift, G'oiiciaUiiK of HAND MlltHOItH, ISItt'HHKH, Ac In fact, at this ustalilislini' iit Jon will flint al m.mt anytliiiiK ymi wmit m the Inm of Faurv Oooda, Lskidua llie initial very enmpUito atock of DRUGS, MEDICINES, CONFEC TIONERY, ETC., ETC. (it'll Mori'O: "DlTIMt'H." Mti(hct.T Vt., Si,t 5ih 1H73 1 1 It DYER, mui.kb ii PORTABLE ENGINES, ruiiM .Vpi2i nottK iu,.vr, roa mauhi.e ni?Trc iik III.KNH kS. U"'iBV I'l MI'S A SO 1 l.v S V I.I .S. HuU.ru ANli OiHEIt ItOTAliY I'l MTU f it Quarry and Mill Work, also CAST ASK WlioLlillT IKuN i'll'K. Ai! eizia f.r Water, Nii'arn and (!. All liii'la r,f filtiiikS Fixlnrix, Sliain and Water liuK", bnaiu Whist , ;i.,hs Vlvc, H'.i.am, Out and 1'tt ('iH-kii, Ac. ki'iiiii;r iOe-E ani. rfi.tino, uutiimc iiki.t- l.OI AM) I.Al I Nil. 1:1 HIlKK AM) n.AA l'A klN'i AMlloTION WASTE. JjiKhie. and other Quamr Maeliinery put In operation at short nolniM. Also, hteain, Vlater and (, Fitiinita. 1' win, i j.au Armsiios mo to rirnwi i'l" Ciiiouia Fai-ioiiiks. ii. It. M'Kll, 13 Jitrehanu' ho, llnllki.d, VI., Jlarr li 2'li, 171 . 4 HWfi .CIAL NO'IICK. W M . WILLIAMS would respectfully inform th public that h is Not Wound Up yel, hut is prepared lo set up i,i iri. ii, lliliVL,.! in toe .ei'j berl stjlv. , A H'tUrill H'J Ult'l J Ml j) ,Srhntl fi,r .'ol Wt aie ttsiiie the L.tl '! Oak sOx k, also, U ather ; oti'l drittlrmrii, ol our fliai.ulsi mm, i Affords the a-1vaiita,.e, ,,ra Halt ifnt-i of Tea. I.- 5lai til lli "old fikhion- ,t way. Carefully 1'i.paod l.oii.ea .! rwrnb, W;th o-er tl.loy j(ir eiperienre in the man-1 it,,,rt11(li drlil'in the lj,iiiklj sua (. al aii uk. luik of I. -aibif we rlalia an acirantas;. ( u to lh tlaraies and yntun io n pr -(.siikk t-r VSe lukl.lil,.une mir ..0 eoitara shlch are far j e,,li.-((e. (a '.fw and A ad u.i. i' kr bcixis aiiw-reir to ll.k qsna'ty furnisbert. i Wdnekdav, hug ast. An a; ppl.. t on t t !'. bet of U. A. r,.e Iaiher, Seats fwt Oil, r.kmia wui he ..ni.. adi tkK"m r. oil,, r I'nwtermr Hair, Ac. tuwuiiilf ou band. Iparl i uiais i,t ('.mionkka, addiess !. J. ) Cui..i. nuns lanne.J ss Okoal, j i, il,.u, I. IV ai Jiko.-hi i. r, or il.e l'i,i.d,il IlofM t, Jut. 1, lsVi. MI j'ilOi ; nt auu.t jki. j n, ii. shaw, i'.;t.pt CHIKTS, COLLARS' AND CUFFS. I Manc.e.w,, vt., J .'r -ii". i a - 1- 1 1 k t . I- ti. i'uivr.i'.5, i j Eair Ali.iv.io, - Vtsnosr. ! Hascrai-rcaia or .,SE i,i:tH4 hiiihfs. fx)iXAHi anl-i tils. 1 , ,,uB Df the eabiic t it. ! fa-t li-at be baa on band a Cm aiuct of j ! K'OTCMASD LSOLfett CHEVIOT SHIEIINO !ib .U I tiS'le np to order i a Ihe flneet atjien, rot Uj ui-aeif), ate! warrmi4 lo Si. AI- k. 1 mi lir.-k Mori loads from th -ry b at ,.. , Mu1)B, u. inttth,mu, llis u . y in foil u. c-kkiifkOi- i t '. ll.-1 -k S.k i.f i.n.ar w.-iu : kiae ! rot.n1 . eCk-et, wai.t and rw i 4ilaiw bow ' iv ,.t. r i.f ki, rk a.',t.p the aiai to lot S!.!- fc.k 'i.tu rt. it. no o it tiumir of pout. Ul LTo?, tlXu I f".i.i.4 . awl bu..i.ek aL.rt i - "' - :1 "" fcaai AtULtvA,, i au.y iota, inr Tj;yi'ii Marriasos w k.. um,i ..-, v.. . ...; t1 "vvl r i"?t 'iiVT.t' V I 4 ' " ; , . ,, .,,.,, . i ... j . -. Uru. M M'.i- hi H , pK' In- Hit i. pt; - i, : Ut ; :!fr..",'.',: l-ir v'"?,,,u j 'ft"'. m ' f, ; " nil .' .. k - til. ..!.. .k-...U. l..n.r.l i.. rki.it. m ti. c i nk, ,,. h ' find l.km il ll T til itti .1 I l kl llu 1 r IUl, 1 ' l; 1 Hi I' , ' A;i rr....M an i . f .i 1 Al.h i kk.H4'.l ,llk ; iu . m... , ...., o 1 OUt HY, tl.r iMV'fc; l.ivJ t" ! . I- i. lUi.i. i ' Ari-nsi -n, t . K, t i, !. M' I i lis i i. v : ill H. t ll....tnl) ,.t, Wkl-ki-ifuli, kV lo III.' illiik ,f MiU hiat-f fciri H.M.rtv lukt kite hk op.'m ,1 ti e i nifl r.cri.i.v ,v,. uJ l.y lira. i. Ii li.n.ien. I .r lilt '... of ct.nltnuiliij II. k Milhiielt I'll, Hi, k. kh. ii. , a 1 be I'.tie.l a o.,Hi(..K. n.4 k ol 1 all and iu. lei ink .k , i i(, i ,,K i,a n.,1 ii. j an, .., i. lull and naiiili.i- Ii t,:m im l.ii.il. k elk. i, tk, iii'kisl aliar.. ..I iw.ir .aii.,ukK. rij.e, iii,wi. k,. le ue.t. hsl'.kfkeii.iK ). u' sulk, ii II C I N 1 1 1 Pill I. tkCOiry r.iiut, N -. 'i.!, liJ. Ik ;l PHOTOGRAI'IIIC. 1 sinihl iiif .i in niv .,!.! .ii, itii n ni'l til oilers ho ouhl lis a, I'lo. I... i, ill. or an ,u. title iir lbfitlk..Urw (.r lmti.la, lllt 11,,., ek!l r-t t at m oi,l sia'id, i,i in n,.ilh ..f toe llann. lle.tiK ih.ir.mhtr po.ie.l, unit a,,' lot. iiii,,iuri ni.iiitk i,i ion ,r,k. nl .ii, 1 ll to r u.j s. II lht 1 can niie k i i!..-t i. -ii I,. I'i.k-e fall e,rly. na d. s.iva ar, dstii erMiia J M Ml II II l . Mane tinnier, i.li.l. U:, l'.,i. -tif'. Plt SALE OH liENJ'. 1 he elure and lelieuient in IVtii, f.rineri. O0(Mlileil 1.) ,1. J and I.. It, ll.-,k,,l, l tt lt,e oiiIt siora in town and (.nuiinsn.lk a f.k.d trade. A iai ami r.,lital.li. I.u.ii.jkk i,.a 0, , u duuii iu thiaatktein .aat )i ats. and ciu I it.i.i si am. Addrwa, J.J. IIXI'uiHili l'srti, Vl., Oct. 'b iKV'i. ntx () M HOWE, KIM'. (TM'OM Hoot and flioe Maher. Hliiip over llao. I.. Ilnsai d'a ,b well v i t-ne FAt roitr l',itif, Visi"ST. llaTiiii; rettii tied and liili .l mi slic)i, la pie. pared to ki rvti Ina old etikton'.-'i or ik,w on, ,. '-ii ll. 1MU tAI.K... Imply tnifliafiir loLiin.(j n.ini . Apply lo N ii. I I IthlNH I'J U An-MiLL kV ciDKit Mill . FOR SALE I Hi t,(il i (1 about i oniea fnnu l'Ui ler ilep it. The pimiases connikt of about 111 acres of land, Bluntly aootl. 1 lie nulls wars mimlly in w in JH70. Good stonn dam, Kow enttaKn linusr. The cider mill liasapatmit rruslior nhii li innki a it stiperiiir. l'leiily cf .,ik fur both nulls. S mir fruit treua, part Kiaflcd. I'rict) reari.iial.le and terms eacy. I'liaaeskioii given inuiiediaUily, Would Inks pari pay In goqd salable real (tstnti! if (lcsiic.l. Any onti with some nutans, wtautiitaf a ((....! chatico to niako money, cU ounr ail.lress, ('. (I, UK'KK, Cheater, Vi. is-JtU JICH, ATTRACTIVE, STYLISH, Slll.il) Olll.il. i:oi.i.i;n I'l. ATK, ,IKT, Sill l.lT AND IioU.V VAKIIKN JI.WKI.HY, Tho finest assorlm"nt and most, rlcaical'lo pat terns iiYcr oflcrd in ilenmu.toti County. WATCH KS, CI.IH Kl, llol.l) PkN, SILVi It AN I) SILVKH I'i.ATKI. WAHB, SPKCTAcI.rX, NOTIONS, FTC, KTO. Tim largest stock of Ami nnan Clis-.k and OnM 1'cna t-ver olh red in this vicinity. Chftll'i'tt Jlouvv in Ittf! ilttfrjtir Ann! li'tut WiiU-lit. ('all on G. I,. Howard the Wat, htnnki r , Jeweler, Knsravvr and Msnut. . hirer .,1 holnl li,,id iin.s Shirt HtuiU, hleevs llutloiik, rhlv r and .Mak.,nic Jewelry, i'arliciilsr attenUcii iven to the ad jtikluieut of Chronometers and Fiuo Wal.-ticM, il 1 11 1 c 1 1 It Ji.wi.lry ri parinir and eiigrunui; upon Kohl aud silver. Engraving en ml", 1 fromdiaw inns, in Monograms, or in lloiiian, i n nch, I syp lian, (isruian, Italian and Old hnghfli 'iexls. All wor skillfully and prnmiiily tueetited f,.r a rea ouabln eoupeiikatiou. a d warrttiiteii. Did Hold and silver iniie up or Isk' n in eichsiip'e f,,r new goods or (creen backs. O. L. HOWAr.D, Main Ht., Faclnry l'oint,( Mucbetor) Vt. Fartory I'olnt, June lsih, Injifi J liljlfi pAUM FOIt SALlI HituaUd shout Three Miles from the Village of .fiiuin.ii a and ale. ut tho ssuie dtsiee fi,,m li.thdville About 'Ut seiea KH,d laud well watered, w. Ii timbered, b'l.ldttik )('iod, 'Mid orcbm J, t hoti.e stiiar orchuid, a tarue atoi'Unt of h'-oil " k h-irii, 1 o el. .nee s(,rtic and hard wt.,,,.1 tunl,. r. Ti.e batk. tttnl.er and wo,.d wilimii. ll n.oie U,a' piv fm the fat in. Wiil be a..hl .ai eaky tern.n sod si a OKI: AT li.UiiiAI.1 If applied f.ir befnu the Wi.l i!iv.,r lti!r.,sd is niidcr o.i.ti act. u k. Hi KAiiri: Jau.aU , V l., l e'o. MUi, llT'J. SsiMIs t D. COY. VILLAGE HOUK STORE. erMKMiSAHY avi:m;k, maN( Ki'.rtrrTi.'aa Constantly on hau l t general assorlmci.l of MJSCtl.l.A VKOI.'H A KClOsiI, MX. KM. pi in.n Aiiu.ss w int. litiiu: and THAOT M Ii III.-. IlI.ANK ii.NlKS, UTAJ'I' AAllV. rKN.-i, INK. J'J..SUIA f.S Vi LOpPH, and all articles In this branch of irads. Also, AS AI.sOliTMt.kT or .IfcHI.Ui T r, if JJL'RR AND BURTON SEMINARY, Maschiwiik, Vkkmont, ' . ! bate reoi'ive-t inui the siori oirly oe. eupied by J, L. 1'ikrr.e A Co. o,1 bt. ;-ai,y iie;rtad my slock of D R Y G O O D S '".'. H. .-1..- l;i. l.ot!.on i k Lotion ( bxbs. I).;i;y VwUna, C ro, s.rt I'ajr Jfkl i?,Oii, iftli..biw i -ti' ik. Ok ijtoceriia. ef ao kil,, JtJW.iry, l'.klcl ai -, V. iui. . . A . A". 1 tsi'l se ll toes .,,dk as cOkkp, f,,r i4fc, aa t!.s satiie ijiahiy fan b hnigH tt si ai.y st' to the evuulr. ti. tf.. HALT, ttotilb ts.fc4ot"iify, Vl ty fsui, JjiII 'inl