Tin MuiuImM'T Journal.
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b, t ufe I." n.' s use f tii-.
t-fr " csptnie ll.e f !itf t,t n. he 1
dmI.iuc The Utert rofcr.t on
gu nf'!' VU-cn.
!'"., P.i.t! r S52. doti! tful f.T. -ith b"i.t j
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r to r i
t'.aa aa f ipll. Tie aggregate j
vote will M.t t- far fr.m KO.Wk'i. a.n-1 j
In r-pLfirn iispiniy af-oui
I.i. yrr the i-m.;." vote 3.",-o'.i,
an I the r )iiLii'-an aj 'fly '
.' K. The t .1 I vol i riunh below
t!il i f aiiT V(.ir since I and the
iit!i in majotitjr i rjuI t' tf.at of
n.jr ' i thro years, fK ' Jt 1""2
mitt anoiT H iminnai
1 t . . - ..,...... r.M uf i. .iiw
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Lnwrrti r-.,ni.iBt-.ii ami Rullanl e ,
in a "ln 'eh f Je Tine" an l neither
. ii'.,U. d I- r t.'ti.U.rt or conteniem e. , a vi ll.nl to uiw.h.vct ami capture j;(,v j., x. (iranger is a leaJing temiH-r-Irt-i.-ed
they re u'.l tye-aoien t t!ie the swindler before they coul I eie- j m-o man in the state, and Ihpior com-
traveling; public, and, in rpurtin t
the amount of pcet)er travel imt
one i f them ti ijnite an bad a the one
at Masich'-ster. The platform is t.ar
...w, the p!:i!ik Hie rotten nJ broken,
iheio in too much darknfhU when the
train aniveti after dark, and there is
tit ofu h a crowd of loafer around,
whose only bu&im si seems to be to
hinder people who wish to get of! or 011
the train. Ve do isol menu that it in
done vi H ormu, but there in no room
to eparo to those who have no particu
lar btifinehR eicept to "look on." Se
riuim coinplaitit are often made to
in regard to the matter, and we do
h' pe that the low owners of the road
will show their public epirit and ap
preciation of the wanta of the people
by building now depots along the line
of the N. Y., U. k M. It. K.
I'KrBIiBli' KolI Jl Mi'TIOS, )
.September 8, 1S73. )
"tVcalatic Oinrj" ' 0'K' (i
1 ir liuUlIirig ol the :'r nnK,
Ai uuiiJ tl.t iuok' than tiii-tic Lrliif,
I "Jf tnt lt da:i(;lil'men "
Ieliberation is Manehenter, and Man-
heter in delileratinn. The Run is not
o anxioUH to iimo above the mountains
here, at lie in to flood tho tdioren ol
extern New Knglaiid. Vo have, how
ever, n notable exception, which proves
the rule, via : The sum neein8 anxious
to pet away, and so goes leliind Mt
liuinox an hour or ho earlier than he
n.ta in Trey. '1 his quality inheres in
the natives no utrongly that, when
once here, they arc in no hurry to leave
thin aublunuiy tsphero ; and so there are
mora well prenerved old people than in
any plaee I ever t-aw. In fact, if the
inhabitants, did not go away sometimes,
and become tainted by tho vveaknews of
other localities, the time of their de
parture would be very problematical.
Already there arc some here who have
kUtyrd longer than i entirely agree
able to their near relatives, some of
whom look at tho matter in the light of
pounds, (-hillings and penco. Wood
Hf ldoin rots here ; and, in fact, some 1
havo aecn ttitiBt be two or three hun
dred years old.
Like many other places in New Kn
gland, this is a very dry one, and you
uuiht dig a good depth for either whis
ky or water. Tho bulk of either com.
modily is impoitod. lioth the water
nttd whieky aie hard, because they have
to come over a rough road to get here
1 hey say water will not run up hiil,
hut all which comes to this place I
think must be an exception to the rule,
if it gets heie at all liven the winds
do not blow direct, but coiae round a
great ways to get here, so that a south
wind is very likely to come, from the
north, and I know the north winds
coma from the south. We have not
had ary wet.t winds from the cast, but
tx poet one daily.
Ti e only manufacture carried on
here, me "gl ove-niakitig'' and love-
making; the former by Hurd A Walker
an 1 tho latterly aIkerAto. I he
company of the latter is numerous, and
is not confined to any one clacs of so
ciety, but master and servant, mistress ;
and maids all participate. Kven the:
clouds seem infected with this prone-
tips iu isrry ai;u ueiay, ani wueni
once the oummit ot t he mountain
fa ten on them, th-y .-cm dct.-rtr.ii.cd
to icsist all invitation to depart Th?
turn woo them in vain, and not until
id I! lea I.mIs an oar cart anv im-'
ftt-Miou I made ; when at ince away
they go to luui.lcn the people and
Umuol cw Hampshire, turn is no
Uugling matter, tor t v any mean, a
one. 1 guarantee we t.aa u.is
attiumer two oays ra:n 10 tia-ir one
aouth of Stu Line. When you ce
Ihc clou U faitly fac-tened to Mt. Kqui
tioi. throw awav vour coaiimtation tv
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hitler llaa the aurrous J.ng country i
that th cloud strike iLem in parsing
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aril four out icfreMiihg abower. II
.M.rda!!y In the town of,
Thi tui.t l a g
1 I'.arc Ar the
fcatilctur oi ..:i-.-p, a i.ye i rxk ,
fijCl the tint i:
TLe aauwtnenu uf tho t4aco re
vwici Cjtt, you tat j fcccotid, i&u'ilr i.t.
at ; t':. t !, a- ;....c. 1 ' att.i
! j '. ye- ! (: '. a Liu 1 r t'." :4 T' rv
t.i. n. llxrT 'T ! ar c Lil,
'iJ t-.-.!itig aHoy, j. a isff: t
1 , 1 ;tt. J, uJ a .!u it-g j-arl.u,
and a ! j i t; in w.f-ct-on
'.- F j'j !)( H.um-; tut Lt i rr.tj-
K-, til li'Jtll, -f If!, ft d:;f ijij,
: ( r .!iinf, (,t l.!!r In ;,!!, pare J with 4
jT'h ! dinner 'i J a fwl app. tiU", lit!.
1 f Li.. h Vdtt are ue tf while trie f
ir n utH i.i nm.
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K rv r ! W II I Hkt I T
I i -f I TH C ! it
Uttll (.1 4-'.r !J1 --J...TT!. 1 ut .
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j ovtr !utt""'- !l f'rf'R f a i1A'LH."u,) j
iwvrtU ..f New York t'. Sitr .l lUilroa l :
U n it u itillciti K t.tvi-r $ luO.OOO worth I
have !rea-Iy leeti i"H.c., an I it in l
licve I th.t as mui h inoro his l-ef-n mr
CMMflllly 1 eputintc. I Ih tri tive t.
Irving privately warned, about a
; m Hitli api, uf a coiiti'iiiplateil utteiiijit
;t)l!'(il tLotunrkct with the Kpuriotia
u II I .1. ...llrn. . I
the l.,ti ofli.-e to i-t.-rciM.- tucrea-ed j
viiljnee, atij rsul)uH y joinci t!n-!(i j
ente their plum On Friday, a htran-i
who ht vied hiinsi lf Leonard 1
lirown, broker, of 113 Hi oa I way, lilt
a geuuire certificate foi f 1 ,000 with
Olcott &. Co , bankers and brokers ol
Jtroa l street, lur negotiation. fMibsc
cpuently he left (sixteen more certifi
cates, which appeared to be genuine.
I'pon examining them afterward, how
ever, Mr. Olcott discovered two bear
ing the name numbers He promptly
took them all to tho oflico of the rail
road company, where the sixteen last
received were declared fraudulent
the ore first received being the only
genuine one of tho lot, which repre
sented a total of if 17, 000. lloth police
and brokers seem greatly m stifled,
and apprchetinivo of difficulties and
dangers not yet revealed.
A SKUI1S OF BYhTKMATIC TIIEITH.
The ferment into which the city of
l'.rooklyn has been thrown by tho din
closure of Hodman's defalcations is
simply indescribable Some idea of
tho excitement that prevails may be
infer red from the readiness with which
the most tattling rumors and absurd
reports are caught up, repeated and
believed. Any ono who should fitart
a story that Hugh McLonghlin had
absorbed the entire available funds of
tho city would find ready believers
According to street rumors, not only
hud P.odman defaulted to the tune of
indelihito hundreds of thousands of
dollars, but tho Hoard of Public Works
were under a cloud and their funds all
stolen ; the tat oflico showed a defal
cation of two or three millions. The
treasurer of tho Fire Department Fund
had absorbed all the money ho could
lay hold of, and rottenness aud cor
ruption prevailed everywhere. The
tnoi-tof these stories were credited to
the comptroller, and wero re-echoed
with elaborate comments by the even
ing papers.' Thus tho public mind was
kept at a fever heat, and the credit of
the city and its fame wero at a low ebb.
IS1II1IAS" (OM)fCl' OF A COSDI'CTOll.
The brutality of a certain class of
tho men employed on tho street cars
was shown in the conduct of two con
ductors and a driver when a man was
run over and seriously injured by car
No. .302 (f the Third avenue line, i.ear
liighteenth street and Third avenue,
Friday evening. The injured man fell
from another car of tho same line,
which was urged on by the conductor,
who made no attempt to aid tho snfTer-
er. Hotli the driver and conductor of
car No. 302 also showed an inhuman
haste, and grudgingly waited till the
mangled man had been removed from
the traek, when the car rolled away.
HT.K.F. O'W-Str AM) JOTTINli".
The IJlack Crook is having an un
precedented run at NiLlo's ; and is
likely to continue the whole of the
The Yokes Family are to be found at
the Tnion Square Theatre, in Fun in a
Fog. This piece, although very sue
!crti(,ftil( lie removed to make room
for The Iielles of the Kitchen, which
is said to be their Lent play
The grangers' paper, The Scythe,
rill make it appearance on the I3th
irist lie ofliee, corner of Fulton,
j am, An ttreeU, is putting on
iiutte a ' t uccoiiic cat u, as .'lasov
j ,,m(. djeartened husband asked
j t, .,(,v jj(.,irv V.'arJ Boeeher if he!
j approved of wive upending their time
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N(( Wijmr.n wl0 vaiut. h,T domestic
j . , M ,he h,u,j wi!1 ,C4ve her
; ,.i ,i,. ,ir..ei..,l
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There i. to be a signal sution on Kill-
i iigion lek
! bo:o for a Brca.sus muster about Ocio-
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1i,e l.i-r.util Turn of the Supreme
;',i.i r, i !:ii,i,ii!n-i-,l in be l.ehl at
Moo:Wroa tie last Tuesday tf Octo-1
M r a Mewart of of Ka-t Oarrndoti. '
bralscnaa oa the Crnuat Yi-rav.nl rail-;
!. w at J. iiorkcd frm a train by ;
i ri.''l hf r I5a.l"H ;;, on Wc.jnra.Uy, I
An tt'.hnan, aliie tnt in a boat on
Lake C!anij-!ain War IUrbsoli, a few da; I j
ln , as hi iLc a. l f ilriukirg liquor ,
frt ru a Usi!b a he fi-U b IrarJ into j
i'jc s! r atxl Jiil uol isms aain. j
fy( than vtn tni of trak on tlaj
M jiiljti icr ail Wt'.it llix tt laiiroaJ rc- j
it: ai ii t li Mii ! l-.l, ami Iht iron i j
ita-ly f r I tat. I'miD Wei! Hirer to
Ciriiu Ihc Irn k is atvJy b!ated and
in c..ni'i( ( or.! r.
S ine K ii )ii liand on the Pauniiiic
raih.) I t rlil-e rct'iitly LilU'J a tri-
rii nike, ti'u ui iiijj three and three-
ijuiirtris f. !, aJ roiiUiuing acvetity-nt
tiis;i natc imasuiiiiK fititu three to hi
ItK'ht-s and 111 good running order.
Thev (.leal jjinvtetdueti at Welti Kiver
Slia the iuUhitaot. don't like it and have
CUJ)t :u,u J to Jve a mw brick tchw-l
hou iih a umo-arJ. They will have
t jet up a j;uuJ one to Ijnmni e that at
We-t Uainluiph on the other bide of the
I.aniug Miiiii, fonnerly buisnen agent
at llocton of the Yenuout Central raihoad
ha In 1 11 apioiiitetl tuperinteiulcnt ol
! freight und trautportation at tt Albam,
til bticei.i'ii .1. . llitftiirl rtirntiv fimxiitif-
gcill,lal M11.riu,e,l(icnt, vieo Ui!e.
niU.iouer lor Caledonia comity. The oth-
er diiy he fell 011 the Mdewiilk ut Lvndon,
and the irreverent local paper say If we
ran liud out who sold it to him, we shall
favor the prosecution.
I' is estimated that about L'8,000 quarts
of berries are consumed iu Burlington
auutmlly, of which this year, Mr. J.
Chauviu on Church street, Jias sold about
quai ls. These berries were bought
on an average cost of 10 2-3 cents per
quart, making a total of l,Cb(i.
At Bellows Fall slieriUThelps and posse
with virtuous Impartiality, pounced upon
theUlnud house and another promlucnt es
tablishment, a few days since, and cart
ed off a largo quantity of liquor, only to
liud themselves sold, the liquor proving
to be water. ome think it turned so
after it was seized.
By way of pleasing variety during the
services at the Congregational church, at
Bi altlehoro, on a recent Sabbath evening,
a select choir rendered hymns of ye olden
time, Including Strike tho Cymbals,
New Jerusalem, Denmark, and other
favorites. The heartiness of the singing
under the direction of Ex-Gov. Holbrook
iiiado tho exercise unusually interesting-
The quiet of Montpclicr was disturbed
last week, by the occurrence of a bloody
tragedy at the shops of tho Montpelicr
manufacturing company, wherein Albert
N. Daniels, an employe, shot and serious
ly wounded Carrio Demmon, his sweet
heart, and then instantly endod his own
lifu by a shot from tho same pistol. The
refusal of Miss Demmon to marry him is
supposed to have been tho incentive.
A Fairhaveu horse, is so smart that he
will go to the post-oflico without a driver,
get tho mail and post the letters : go to the
hotel a Tier passengers arc all in and when
his master says good-by to the parting
guests leave for tho depot. After the
load is out, ho will start among the
cars, place tho wagon iu the right place
without direction from one, and wait the
incoming train, whon ho will return as lis
Wo learn from good authority that a
new daily paper is about to bo started in
the village of St Albans, that capital is
now being subscribed to that end aud is
receiving considerable encouragement.
It is to bo run by a stock company capi-
ital to bo about $:10,000. Wo understand
that about f 10,000 is subscribed and the
market is still open for takers; the precise
nalnrc of the object sought for in this en
terprise has not been definitely announ
ced, we belive, though it has been gener
ally understood that It will be the cham
pion of the railroad Interests of Vermont,
it is to be edited by ono who is well
known in the journalistic circles of this
Stale, but this, however will doubtless be
determined as the project proceeds.
That was a curious caso of putting one"a
foot into it, (hat the horse of Charles II
Martin of Middlesex, was recently in. The
horse was out at pasture, and Mr. Martin
bearing something drsp with a dull thud,
went over to find bis horse down aud the
hind foot of the animal to firmly embed
ded in the jaws that neither beast or man
could extricate it until the shoe was ta
ken off and the foot pulled through the
horse's jaws which were then extended
to their utmost tension. The horscs's
neck was drawn to ono side by the heavy,
strain, and for somo moments after re
gaining his feet be might be said to be
long to a stiff-necked and perverse gener
ation. Finally the animal came out all
right and will not soon essay to tickle his
j psa(e h bU ,)im, hoof.
IKH'H 1 1 KM.
me uoTcriiincm uas a gaiiuw way ui
j treating the Modocs. Several of them sre
10 t,e ha"J in October.
The negroes are getting dissalikfi
1 t"' administration because he
J vi-lted the White Mountains.
i The Government has concluded to stop
i H' supplies of rum to the Indians, in the
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br.i a II, at it i 1 U airt LIiTi f ItA fit Infill
f W,J M - ,
t rt-rvuiiv ftiui.iie.i ia me Henri or eiccirici.
j ty neatly as a dirk would have done
It wts not much trouble for Con grets
j to raise salaries all around, but the po-
1 find some trouble ra.siug money to pay
At the present time there ar over
2J,W Americans in Faris, who rnd,
on u aversee, nearly, if not quite, M,-
The aunuai eonnumption of tea in the
United Sutes arnoont. to about tfifiUO,
(voi juii Is equal to ship-load for ach
Stale in the I nion.
p. ;.'!,' debt ii a;iuot forty million
dol.ais. lUUn is a rich city, and it
wealth is iucrtasitig, but tb debt anJ
taxes are increasing faster.
u,e Tt loclr' tMtr-
j A Madison-ave. young lady tent all tbe
wr U I ,a for s.m.e he f rshq pen. j
She wsnttl U tuJy l-'.c iutwet, and jr- j
fcit !rsr:f in the ro w jnlopprr j
Tlie npeaiou t.f the New York War-;
hone and Security C'omptny was due to !
t! fact that companies bonding railrosds 1
had Iwrn.we l the pr of the company
and Lad tcn unable to tf turn lh money
in time to protect this paper.
A young man nsmrd Motet Folton, liv
ing nesr ILIUboro, )., wm on Lis way
to be mairird, w hen be was struck by
lightning and iustaully killed. Two
years ago bit brother was thrown from
his horse and killed while goiug to marry
the same lady.
A man and his wife (niraei not given)
were found dead in bed, S few dy ago,
at their home in Mount Vernon, lnd,
having did of cholera. When discover
ered, their only child, two year old was
clambering over their dead bodies, in
rain attempt to swake them.
Tho New Yotk Warehouse and Securi
ty Company have asked for an extension
of time and the creditors are asked to
meet on Thursday next. The capital is
f i.WO.Mi; nominal surplus $r;X',(K.i ;
outstanding notes, $1,000,00, held by
strong parties, w ho will probably grant
The great success of the recent meeting
of Yeruiont soldiers has inspired the
Massachusetts aulliert to organize, a sim
ilar reunion of the soldier sent out by
Massachusetts during the war. The pre
liminary steps were lukcu at tho recent
annual meeting at Springfield, of tho 81th
They havo a practical way of righting
things up in Canterbury, N. II. A Man
chester man who had unfairly obtained
farm of a dying man to the detriment of
tho widow and children, recently visited
it to cut the hay, got his mowing machine
ready for use the next morning and retir
ed. That night about twenty men and
woman turned out, prepared the hay by
moonlight, sold the crop and placed the
money in keeping for tho rightful heirs,
all before daylight.
A Clever statist in Taris has summed
up tho pecuniary results to Franco by the
late war with Germany as follows: War
Indemnity, 5,01X1,000,000 francs ; interest
on the same for two years, 300,000,000
francs; the keep of the German troops,
273,C2O,00O francs; value of objects taken
without requisition. 204,172,000 francs;
war contribution levied, on Fails, 200,-
000,000 francs, and so on till the account
forms a total of 6,673,811,000 francs. But
this enormous sum is exclusive of pen
sions to the army, the damage done to
malcrial and the expenses of reorganiza
tion, which swell the total to 13,000,000,-
000 francs. Tho average value of a day's
work in France is one franc and a quarter;
and thus it would take one man 10,000,-
000,000 days, or 1,000,000 of mon thirty
years to work it out.
KI'MMRR KESOHT ITEM.
Edward S. Isham of Chicago is at the
Equinox Mouse. !
J. O. Brown and family of New York
are stopping at the Equinox House.
Mi.jor James Goodwin wife and Miss
Goodwin of Hartford arrived at the Equi
nox House on Monday last.
Maj. Surtcll Prentice aud wifo of Picr
mont and Miss Prentice of Albany were
at tho Equinox House last week.
Geo. W. Miller and wife Frank Miller
and W. II. Benjamin of Albany are
among tho late arrivals at tho Equinox
Clias. II. Dayton and family, of Long
Island, arrived at tho Equinox House
yesterday, to spend tho remainder of the
Hiram P.' Rogers and wifo aud Miss
RogM and J. H. Wright of Saratoga
have been spending a few days at the
Equinox House. Mr. Hogers was a resi
dent of Mauchestcr some forty years ago.
Died, on fktnnUv, tbe 6th of SpiHomber, of
c'linlora infantum, Oenrije 13. Aldrlch, unlv child
of II. II. and Sarah Aldricti, aged S months.
Tho funeral was held Sunday after
noon. As this is the second time they
have been bereft of an only child, they
havo Ihc deep and heartfelt sympathy of
tho whole community. His brief life was
pleasant, he was tho joy and Idol of his
parents, and as ho is thus early taken to
the fold of the "Good Shepherd," may
the sorrowing parents be attracted thith
erward. If you desire rosy cheeks and a com
plexion fair and free from pimples,
blotches and eruptions, purify your blood
by taking Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical
Discovery. It has no equal for this pur
Geo. B. Lincoln, late President of New
York Board of Health, says: "Carbolic
Salvo is a most excellent article." A
thousand other testimonials aro to the
like effect. Beware of imitations. Gcu
d i ue has stamp of John F. Henry, 8 & 9
College Place, N. Y. 10
O. O. FELT,
CUSTOM BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
One Door East of MCSIO HAIX. horabsui
prepared to do
CUSTOM W 0 11 K
of ail kinds in a tiTM-rior maimer, aod at a rea
GENTS' FINE BOOTS
a specially. Kw Lasts of tbe
Call asd la your ordirs and get a BOOT that
will (it our f.t.
NolliiiiK bill the b'-t of sloes od. A till all
Order br mad or ot!rwia will roci
O O. FELT,
Q1TIZENS STEAMBOAT CO.
TROY TcFnEW YORK.
SUNNYSIDE '& THOMAS IOWELL
tr Ttor dai'iT. 8tor.U twHd, from
FfjoT Of BlajAbWAV, at
6 O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW BOATS! LIGHT liUAFT! l Wilt I
Arriviiig id Jtw V .rk and Trf.f at aa tulj Wr,
tuatuuu (irf t,u,i, all t.i. boat
,.i leas h w lrk trota itrir eew and eoa,BiO
dioa. sj, Surii h:'. tvA Lrvy at,, at t
f'l."rp-fsirill bt carrfnJ ti wais ail frtii;hl
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New Slock for Fall and Winter,
Mcu an l Iky Suit, j
CuU, Pants, Yc st and Overcoat ;
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Sew Style just rcceired at
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Cadva, Leather and Cloth Traveling
Factory l'uint, Naur it. l. Buiiuii.
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Factory Point, Kear t. a. Mtanon.
f.lc itiiitiir nft'ii Mfl tl oirnnr-,1 tohe Sfv.'i.
twj .Wiii 'o'i )' It't ''' .Stria W,Mli
til tJ.e J'iin AjPt.ilio im lc7.
THE WEED SEWING MACHINES
ire all nmlo by MAClll.NF.liV, iijiim Ihe name
principle a tbe American Watch, each part l
iur au ciaet itiiplicate of a cnrrinpoiiiliLK jurt in
every other Machine, thereby itieiiruift
ACCVKACV AND FKKFKCTION
IN SI O V K M E N T
CONVENIENCE OF REPLACING
IN CA8E OF ACCIDENT.
A FKCX'MAR AND IMPORTANT FRATUBK
IN Til It rAMIl.T SI 1 I.K If 1 IS J
(jTHt'CMloN WlTHHUCn AN
ADjrsTM SST OF BAL
MOVISI1 ANU WITH THK KX
CFd'tiON OK T11K ANKI.K JOINT, NO
OTI1BU MOTION OF TIIK L1MU8 OL MUSCLES
18 ItEQL'IKED TO OrtltATE IT.
It makes the LOCK STITCH alike on both sides
of the fabrio; nses
STRAIGHT NEEDLE and the 8UUTTLE,
Consequently, requiring no change of tension in
pass ing from tbin to thick subatanoes, and riof
cct j.i; alao execuUng
EV BY TOSSIBLE VARETY OF WOKK, such a
nCMMIKO, TUC'KINU, FKI.l IKU, Bi rFI.lNU,
HKM-RTITCH1NO, AMI) NKWINO
Hl'INO, OS AT THK
Binmxn, saus tihk.
'UTMOST PERCISION AND BEAUTY.
stitchino ErriiKB with
COTTON, BILK, Oil LINEN THltEAD
WITH EQUAL FACILITY.
MACIlIMKb BOLD ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
S. M. LYMAN, Agent,
I 0. Box No. 64,
281y Factory Toint, Vt.
All orders Promptly oiled. AGENTS WANTED.
of every description at the
Lot 181 Prices.
Factory Toint, Vt.
Manufacturer of tho
AMERICAN PIANO -FORTE.
Wholesale anil retail warcromin at the Factory,
comer of Broadway and North Ferry KU,
Albany, New Yoik.
EVERY 1'IAKO IS WARRANTED,
These Piano-Fortes have received
TUIIU Y SEVEN GOLD MEDALS & DIPLOMAS
From Die diflVrnrit Fairs aud Institutes.
An llluatra'cd circular he sent on applica
tion, from which a person can select with full
conlidence that a K"1 an instrument will be
sent as if be should leci for himself.
address WM. MuCAMMON,
Albany. N. Y
HAVE GOT ON HAND A FEW
Dozen Gallon of
HEI1METICALLY HEALED CANH
MAPLE S Y It U P
Borne of which is VEItY NICE am) some that I
should not wiah to call very nice.
FKIlfcS TO eTIT HVALITIW.
C. F. BWETT.
JtaucbcaUir, Vt., July 2S, 1S73.
Try ( avd e will yon tloodl.
Aunaau Aix Okixui To
g RADFORD, SYKE3 & CO.,
&KALBKS I t
Stove, Tin, Copper, Sbeef-iroii Ware, etc.
particular attebUoa paid to
IlooCug, Gutter. Factory Milk Can,
aa'l all kind of
and aiao all kicd of
la our lib Himt at abort notice ai.4 ia the bet
iw, aud at
Lower Bates Than Anywhere E!e.
JiMMLl.K THE J'LaCE,
at tt old a uol ul . It. Youcsr,
FacUiry fvu.1. Vera. At S.'Ji.M
1MUTT S ASTRAL OIL.-Al olute-
" It t 1 erfe-ri; osl.rW A.i t ;
form. Iwr.i.navk;tf t.u;- Qpriff U 114
uirtw in in? ifcirr itli -o tnrt ip'l j
or 11 it-j? tu( 'ntiwtcriKi i irit i.vit
rm iA lii: i 4ni. rn ..
ftft ttft ivt fT v.nMtt.i Mt. fttvt ll Yri
bjrtU't & im .it.s, r pnnd i t tU oet'i t t v i
r -n t-f .' ?tstM"". j
V.iUisrin o g'JF titt ct v.4J ti.l nn ,
fr'ra l-nn !;;. t.'nnft .h - it.
lb kctiu.i-4.c ti&Jt Ks? t.i I, it, tvn.l t-tr,iw--rlt
tw;t",t f. m J r nw of rh-i n4 .UiKtta
Hi lttrfrr ti .ii fi t,J l .i C.iw-nt
B''t""i tlirfcbi j( ciHjrit-Y r,',o.m'ttii U
it t r-'Uil hi ti. irl p!isri,T. rA
t ibo.i U l-j (lit ( r.i pttiirf, i JiAS. I KA IT
0 lt I nii.iii JitrtN i, N- ntk, Iiim&t
(,H)MMISS10NLS' NOTICE. I
II. in. lb 1'nit at Court ol tt. ,uirt of slaa-cliceu-r,
iMiiiiiiffKi.mrra l. r,'Or, etantio an
adjust the claim and drtuand of ail proa
in,u the I.iai uf
(..! I'. Har!.. r. late of 8nitcte.
in aid liiln t decae I, and aleo a,i claim and
deu.an.la eibibitcd in fU t (her. (: aaj ail
munib from (h 2M dar ofAusM ts?S, tiaiag
allowed by aaid Omul fur that pur).ie. w do,
thref,ir, here! gne notice, Dial will all-
to Ihe buMnees ol cur ai.poiutmtl at ihe lale
rft!d.ni'e td (be aanl ittn.-aacd on the th day of
Feb., 171, from oil uutu fmir o cl.M-a, p. m.,
on said day.
I.ati-d at Bauilgato, thi Mu day i.f Ancmt,
A. l., IsTi.
lldlM H I I'llllVAN.
hltl liMAN Mi lloUS,
T J. Ii. BONFSTF.EL'S,
Factoiiv Foist, - - Vkhmont,
may be fi.uud the celebrated
CRYSTAL PALACE FLOUR,
made fruui c!cct,d whitH wticat, sla.. cheaiier
a-railua or Ilnur,
Fork, Hams, Shoulders ; Lard
Iu pails ami tubs.
Halibut, Fish of all
kinds, White Beans, Bried
Apples, Peaches, Prunes, Cit
rons, etc., and also Canned Fruits,
Jellies, Pickles, etc., etc., which will
bo sold low for cash,
J. II. BONESTEEL,
has Just received a large linn of
IIRRSS (10(irS, I'KINTS, CI.OTHtNd FOli SPItlN(
AND BLMMKH WbAH, a uu FINK DKKsa hlillll
manufactured at Peterhuri;h, N. Y., from Wam
aautta Mushn aud lino Ihii.ii fronts. Large as
Wall Paper, Window Shades.'Ciirtains,
Tassels, etc,, which will be sold
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Fsotory Point, Vt., April 8, 1873. SUtfi
In medicine quality in of the groateat Imparlance
TAIT & HARD,
Successors to L. C. Orvis. Doalnrs in
PURE DRUGS, MEDICINES, AND
Our latK'O stuck, coneistinK of Patent Medicine,
Drugs, Dye HI n IT, Tooth brushes, llatr 111 unlioa,
Hcotch Wood goods, etc., etc.,
WE HAVE GOT TO SELL
on or before June 1st, 1873
a largo assortment of
F I SUING TACKLE!
Constantly on Hand,
Flioe. Books, Reels, Fish Lines (all kind) com
prising Cotton, Linen, Kairan. Hilk, Waterproof
oucu silk, anu me
Gold Medul, Water-Proof, Tapered Lino.
Powder, Shot, Shot Bags und Pouches,
Powder Flasks, Caps, Game Bags, Etc
of ill kinds. A goml
C ALE N I) A It CLOCK
suitable for ollices, for sale cheap.
(!. 1. WAIT,
Manchealer, VI., April 51, 1H73.
at the Jodsnai. oflice, for sale cheap. Every va-
ety of bnsineaa euvelope. to
AjJBLEAR MILL FOR SALE.
The subscribers offer for sale their
M I L L PRO I'-E R T-Y
FACTO HY 1'OIST XlllAilh,
a short distance from Manchester In pot,
The Mill is comparatively New, ha
I our gangs of sawn, water power
and is conveniently ar
ranged for sawing and Landlintr marble, tenement houea
and KS,1. u are bealde it, tbea with teams
wagona etc. will be sold on resaonahle Urma.
FKTF.R WYMAN BON.
Factory Point, July 'ti, 1973. lutfx
yiNCENT (i ROVER,
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY,
Fact our Poist, VtHMOVT.
PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES,
Fancy Goods, etc.
-PrtarripUofj AccuraUly C'jicpoondTd.
-I'l,r.'-.ai. and trad aoppuej tie raa
SrS' ifLl tal.s at liouae, iat dr uwl of the
l. I, tr. tti.1i iorr,i m V ;.r hr r,
sll -n, t.i f lin'f mU t
I I ti. iu IV.Te. (. I On , b t Van:, ,,.-. .11
J a. e.
B-T f'. in Au.Uk't-'l. Mm li.ai.kf.i! It.
pi. S, u Ir mU'ii, Ml B siMmm, a j.'.
j OSI1 f N ,o ty V M t.M
A Jerl.i-.eil ina i( .t n .,!, r IS;, liea I a ten
c..ila pel ti(t ea. fi luwilioii
A A RON slIKI.DON's EST AT-
4 Sialn of tutii.ii, M,ti,,ir. lii.itKi
At a I't.'Uie ('..mt I-.,., I al Uii.lie!. r, a,it.tn
aii.t f.T eanl lielin'i of M u.'iii.tiri no tbe
dar ol Aucnal a p.. 1T I
Pr. !. I, II. hi. I . li. ILiiUli. J Ije
All ltirit!.'iil In w-itiiiK p,ir p..iiiig la he lh
Uet wni aiht l.-euntenl uf Aafuu Mie 1,1. 0 late f
liupeil, m nt dialin t, ilis eaa. d. .. po eenied
W iierrnp u II waa oid. rrd Hut ,. I ii.atrn.
Bient b pr icn at s 1 rii t .iir( to Id l .i l i.i.
the il. day of m pt , a i , ti,l .it.v
t'lercif l.e ni.nn ti all p.'r.or. inlnrel..tt br
pnblie,uiif ert.B. d e..p .,f , mc.n I ol iid
ul.ier tbl.e ai-rt pu,-,.e.ir,!T IM the Vu-ii..a.
tMT Jorrsti.. a iieopaper piiitled al I Kt,,.
1-I....IIT. pretnxi to eai 1 t ii.e ut bear iik
A (me reei.r.f,
All... l.UVIMM) StV.NsoN. i;.Sielr.
A tl ne cpT nf re...,ot,
Allet', lMl I.Wll MPNStlS, lieKlalrr.
Tina 1 to cue iiolire that mi the Slid da
of Sept. A. i. Is,.), a tt uiusr N luin in s
waa leeni il anatnat the ralatw ill J V aitewr.it 111
nuhl.of l'iwuai,ni.ic,iiini ul I'l-iriiinioii and
Male of crnintit, who baa a. a.liil.l ue. tiAtiS
rupl on bt t'if.iiiura- I'eiaioii; thai the p m-nt
of an liebte and Itellei-ry uf auv P,'i,ny ..
tnnuitiit In said Pan. net In biai, or 'or lua
.on-, an.l lb P.atieler ol anr prot-i'My l-v hint
ate f.iibidilen liv law- lint' Mm lint: id lb
I f dilura et Kant lialiat llpt In ih. I .1. In
audio cli-oae one or uinrn A-piunei-a ofbia
talilte, will bu In l.l alati illt of l .nkriil l. v, W
i.e no im ii n ine , n-e or a r. . mn. i ,i . m
Iti'iinaiKtmi. in tbe t 'until v of K,.ii.ii.Rt,iti, an t
.siate o Vermont, before A, P. I ..man. Ve.i.
10 unlnl, on tbe lav nf h.-pt., a. li 1M, at
)U o'clock A X.
Tll.'YIArt FMf.l V.
lliiwx Deputy V. H. Marehal, a M,n" iii,i i.
f U M M 1 I O N F. II S NOTICE.
We, lb Hnbecribi -In inK appointed tv
tbe Hon. tin. 1'iobat Couit h r Hie l.ielin iei
Mall. 'boater, ('ommiaaioiu'ta to reci-l.-e, ciainiaod
nil a.ljuet the elallita and dcliialiila of ail l,c.a ,in
agaiual the Katate uf
looiheil Lawrence, late or Arimiion,
in ea.nl Hiaiiicl deci anej. anil ale,, all ciai.n ati.t1
deniNliila etlllbltcd in oflnet iberetis atnt all
tuniiiba from the 'i7th day nl Annual, iM, b, ilk
abuwed bv tb aatd Coott for iliat piueoae, we
tb. remre, hereby eive notice, that we will
altenil to the btlaiiieea of our at)iointinenl at
the Ute reaiih-nn of tbe aaiii ile.,eaH..it, on tho
tilth day of February. 1S7i. from wne until (out'
o'clock, e. M on aaid ilay.
Dale.l at Arliu iUm tlua !l7lh day .if AukuxI.
A II., Si3. A It 11 1 IM ( A.M 11,111,
it;;iw MEiiiiitr ih;nii,i. v,
P. CHAPMAN'S ESTATE.
Hl ATK OrVKRM.iMT. Mll.'l.eter i'lall lot.
At a Probate Court held al Maucheaicr within
and for eaid dtati lot of Maiichentnr, on the Hid
dav of rli pl , A. l ls7;l
iue executor ou tbe .'aiaterir A I". t'liapniiii,
lain of Dnt aet, in aid dielrint di'tieaaeil. ornooa.
e,l to render ail acooiuit of lua atniiulstralinii on
Wbeieupoii it was ordered that aaid account b
einniined for allowance at a I'mbam Court to b
held at tbe Probate CHlice in Miincbeati r, In aatd
Diat.ict on tlin '.'lib day of Mcpl , ls?,l ; and
that notice of eaul appilcatinn the linlurn and
reason thereof, and the tuns aud plaoo of hear
iiiK thereou bo ulveu to all peraonniuti ite,l by
pubt'alniiK a cerlilled copy of the reeonl of aatd
order three week HUcceenively in tin. Mancbe.
ter JomtNAi., a newepaper prtiib-d at aaid Man.
cheater, previotia In Raid time of heui iih(.
A true reeonl,
Attteat, L(JVHLANI) ML'NKON, Ite,b,ti.r.
A true copy of record,
Attoot, LoVKLANI) MUNHON, lt.-iiialer
(JALVTN GOOKINS' ESTATE.
HrATB or Vchmont, Mauehealer iHetii. I, m.
At a Probate Court hi-l'l at Manrln nt.-r wilhiu
and for aaid Diatrict of Mancheeler ou (be Uo;h.
dav of AtlKtiet, A. II. IS7.I.
Preaent. Hon. K. II, Iltiitnit, .fintf:...
'I he eieentnr on the estate of ( aiviu (in.ikina.
late of Ituperl., in enl l diatrict (leceaae I,
proponed to render a filial account of hia ailtiiiu
IHlratluli ou said entate.
Whereupon it wa onhireil that anid sccnutit
he etainiiied for allowance at a Pr ibaln C nirl P
lie held at the Probate Office in Maie-hemer, in
aid dtetrict ou tho 'itb ilay of Hi.pt., lrti.l, and
that notice thereof be iv, n to all pcraima inter
ested, by pilbiieblliK Oerlitled copy nf aa.d
order three weeka ucceaHively in Ihe Manchcaler
JuvusAh, a newepaper priiilcl at said Ma icbu .
ter, previous to aaid time of hearing.
A true record.
Attest, LOVKLANI) MUNHON, p. ouiaUr.
A true copy id recoril,
. Attest, I.OVLLAN1) 5lL'NON( Ileuinler.
(JO M M ISSI ONERS' M' f JC.;.
Wo, tbe ub8Ciibers, heir K ,)l(,ji,i,.,l bvth
Hou. the Probate t;out t for '.he Juatriel of Man.
Chester, ComiuiaaiouerK hi receive examine and
adjust the claims aud I'.euianil of all peisons
against the ealute o
David Xbomp , , t f lipi.rt,
n said His net deceases ami alao all claims anil
demands eil.ibit.eiiu Uet Ibeielo: ami au
month from the K7th (lav of Auk., IS7-S beiiiK al
lowed by said ( curt for that purpose, w.. .In,
therefore, hereby ne notne thai we will attend
to tbe biiaiiica of our appointment at the
latfl reaiilni.i-o nf the , ,,.,.,.H, , u1B
27tli day of February, Is? I, liom one until
lour o'clock p. m on mid ov.
Dated at Ituperl, lid 'Tib ilnv of Aiu'
A. Ih, JH7.1, K 11. HVH'oiiii, i '
IM il.ll. Hol'hlNSj
(IEO. II. lELI'S'VisTA'l'E.
H-rtiK or Vkiixont, Mancheeiri lioililet. ia
At a Prnl ate Court h. 1.1 ut M on beat, r, wiiiiin
and fr aii.nl iinct of Miticbe.i, r. on thu aoib
day of Ann., A. I , is::).
i'reeenl, lion, J.. Ji. pin toll, Jteh-e.
An ii.ai run.ei.t to wiKiiik ptirpornni! to be tli.
laat will anil ti.:inent of O. orn'it II I'belpa.
lale of It, pelt, in aaid dultnl, ib.eane.l,.
waa preeelited for probate,
Win reiipon it wim ordered lbati.;iiil ini.tiuiin-iji.
be proven ai a I'rolnle imit in be held on the,
2tili day of re-plnmber, A. I)., H'i.i. Ibal.
riotice Ihe-eof te- ien to al) peraont,
lull, reeled .y piibbliing a cerlilled copy off
lb tecor J of anl oriier tl.ree weeka uei aiv..
ly iu the M .s, muni Jot iinm., a newapatar
printed at aatd Maneheater, previous to mJ
liuie of heartni;,
A trua reeord,
Att.et, UiVKLASD MfSffl.V, Ibsaler.
A true copy of record,
Atteat. IV1.LAMJ Mf.NHo!.', l(i:alr.
(!EO. li. 1 1 OLLE Y'S ESTATE.
HtATE of VrkNi'Mr, Miir)(.Vr Inmlrlrt n.
At ft J'ro.t Osiut hrU ut Matici,.u r, within
ftotl lr it il i.'iritmt of SiiJi t-tTf, oo Ui jlu'l
Uiit ul H-Jil., A. I. JKV1.
Pr'Ktit, Jloti. i- ii. J; u r t aj, J u-Jif-.
'J b aliHiiiitr.l"r of tt.t ui't of (ifiMaH,
lUy, UU of ljni t, in fl Ji-tti'l tli-f 4t
ir'i M'li U) n-iMlt r ft fin. ftu-oiir,t of In ft'ltjjift
trii'u on m'i Nii.U'.
Vht)i"i.i it bb oriii ti d thiil eiM ft'- imi ttj
rxftUiitii 'i fur nii'!' kt a iVotst" f'"uit to
n iflofi lh 'it it. Uy of H. t , a, fi. Ji7., ml tsii
notictr timn f b'-u ii t" iJ (.Mtrtoi uU r
hy yn)rtiuu$ ft in ruil". copy of ti.ti r'""i'i of
ftkiil oi'li t tiif4- fvfc utftv i.iva.j wi 'I uk Mam-
t CJs ( in Jot liXAl,, It I.i r.'afur (;llli!'i't ftt is.,fi
Miii iitu r, j.frvtMtiei tu HM'i lime of ii-'itntf,
A tfin- I of 'i,
A 1 1 'it, I,oKLA.Mj Ml".Sf-ON, lUftitur.
A tlff .(- of fmj'j,
A U9.lAk.LASl Mt NHjN, It
lltU. liit i't'1'r. CoUlt i-ft tti fxll U t Of AJiib-
ftv'ij tif t ti.fc tftitfi 6.iti d. of ft,, ff um
ftiit.t tijf r.Minui of
sji,'ft HftUsiUoft, UU fH.fi irii .
Hi en.il IjuAilr't tJt'f-i j J, ftl.-l a tU c.ftili, ftrwl
ii fotvi,Jii nliitnU ,i iu ufUl ilihi i i'i ; vt4 ftift
Uiuutti If'Ui lt-t !s,Tti Uy of A)i( i J !,
jtikWir! t V wiai 1 jiir! hit t it puil -ent , 4o
Iht rf i. hftHy tthwiv that wt uti 'J
Uj the tiiftfit of 'Ur 'Jiutiht iat fti A, I',,
hriHi iin, in Ari.ii -tj, on Uiv 2L'h Amy of
No,uitrt.-r, l",7 i, kn l t(is iirfi of ttii,tn.ryt
tt'ltti OlaA. Ulilil t'fitt U U-Oef , Ji, HI. Utt
I lie I m ArAuiZioUt th) Jltu dy uf At.gst,
A . U.t in', X
h. M Vsil, j
L AT KST ST XL US
jttal t'V .id a!
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