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The Jlantliftcr Journal.
. r .. i, rw. . t Tin i;-iAV, 1tj:. , st:i, It ' tat decided to leave tU college fuwing svseouaUoa. nnd. a ti Hkt mra.rii j L.-!vl Liiu.Ua. .i i -i ... -i - iv ! 'a..'ai: ii,4c-l U 5x Ltfy to via if tHumvt ..gbt a IU ttU Ui.x. iUm fo'ai vii.oif t..e t.f J, y f ' : tt.' tc at l l ie tlf c; . -e rt- ' d4.. AcJ e are Lot are ttit uat a.1 fai (-, tu ritrtl patiiC la-j clu'M, will U Utter aaltaSed utjJef aurli aa arrarf eoirt,!. j U bl.a4 ba:ti,aa tj.aLi ba;rbowt)l eibtbiUun. I fH-U,.,,ed Clacr lbyce ur aa i.. ! Tu impolUt)Ce of ,ucb . tt a. jw..U. a to r,i,am moleaiaii if ijuiit,u f oor Cree1 MuUDUio Suu .bail tf iU rtal lor hrcab riff ...... c,ai.u. ; a!.n, to retrain the Ceira! 1 Vernal from prrtrenliof tl CU-abir. to.4fci.nefl.cnl Ilirrt J:!raJa from ; ti. ii .. it I .. 1 I . - a.t k-,." v iwn.eBnc U4. accTJvj. to tU Wan ; alw, for ... order to ,uipl the Ceuual to pee j arur jy fu, ama.a of trul. 1 b bear- ; The brief c!.! annoniKfinenia Le len put li!.?d from time to time of tliii rrcetit iiiuiidtUioiK in t'nlarid C- utj u roncfption whatever of tlie t-rn..le tiature i f iLe diaU r wbkb b f il tbat couiitry In I toooiU. Heaey iU twa feet iu tbickneaa were in n.e iiiotaocaa carried away, arid the aiiUrber of reaidencea umk r water in it aoutb aidu of I.vuJoa ean only be etitnal.l by tkouaaada, wbile large tjMUibera are JtatroyeJ. It ia remark able iid in tl,o night time, and the rat intiiuation many of the poor bad ol it wa when ibeir lurniture Ugan to tiu.t about in their room, there doeu not appear to bare been any sacrifice of life. In ono street inhabited !y poor people, there was an increaae to the population j and as evidence of the willingness of tlio working claat.es to aid each otber, the neighbors collected st the bouse, even while the water was riamg some feet on the first-floor rooms, lent all the assistance and cea fort they could, and at once estabjfJbed a communication by means, ol boats with the ouuide woild. I.J),Liui were! issued describing Ouj. t 0( tue -happy mother" ipjj two of three days afterward, Vu streets, necesearily, were pas3V,e only in boats. Tempo rary bridges wero in some places con aUutfttd. Trades pcoplo delivered tiicir goods from pUuu or Thames wherries, and the postmen also had to charter similar conveyances iu order to deliver letters. The boys alone, prob ably enjoyed tho unaccustomed scene aud took advantages of tueopportuuity to sail eitemporaneoos yachts; Tiis destruction throughout tho coaotry was equally great. In all the aidlaud counties the laud was under, water. In some instances only tha tops of the trees could be seen, ldgo and cot t ik in a wo r .!.. J . a ay, i arm lag op- crauons were, o:. course, stored, and a largo area.of. crops was destroyed. uiaa.U'rs u sbi.ping were very nu nierous ,,.m. r-n.iuKr UK TIK SACS ATK. I'liSalOKAT OK The Senate has re-elected Mr. Ferrv Presideut of that body until the Ha. of January. This removes any uneer tainty during the meautime as. In. hii status aud as to tho success u,a to. the Pm.i.l.(mn ..I ll.. P!.. I f. . . . ,v,Uv..t j ui .uu tmica niaiOH m case of any rontiugency. AnJ :l gives the Senate tune to consider, Uie broader jueations of iu powsa in.lhu mattor. It is contended ou the one hand, that when it e-rtaaitlenl Wilson died Mr. Ferry as President pro tem. of the Senate sucwded to his prerogatives and the S"t ate had no power to make a chwge. On the other hand, it is huld that his term expired with the beginning of a new sessiou, and that the right of the Senate to elect its President st pleasure remains unaf- letU'd. There are authnrilies and pre cedent for both viewa. vaiisuu i TMnx fe-sratatiai.. The people of this state are st last moving in the matter of an appropriate reptaatation at the Philadelphia CvDtennul, which bids fair to I the greate.t exhibition of the kind ever held. By request .we oubli.b U. f,d lowing circular, and we hope- the Fena tora and Representatives will take in torest enough in the matter to join in the plan an ! vote a liberal appropria tion: To the lierbbers of tha General As tab!y of the Slate ol Vermont: At a meetiog sailed by Dr. M. Uold smith the ata commisioner, hld at Rutl.nd. DeccmUr 22, 1ST5, of the intending exhibitors ia tha national centennial exposition to be held at Philadelphia, a committee of whom His Excellency Asabrl Teck. Governor of the stale, chairman, were appointed to select five persous lo act as an ex- rcuttve commitu-e to devise wsys and mean far tbe roper representation of ; our r-Lie in the great international ex- j l.ibiiioa, Ala meeting r.f the undersigned aa' lias executive Committee, held at Rut - UttJ, m Monday, Dec. 27, fr coasnl t.li. n aud after a careful cooaideraUun l the antject they cncloded to sub - mil to the roembere t f the general aembly the (o!lowinf aujrgetiocs: lielievicg t bat the credit and fair farse .four state i io jeopardy anl not de - irJe7 it u mp-tWity i ttp 1 it in faarxrUtt iut to w tins! ntlhor ty w facia, they &tm pv should ; Mi u ifci rwiM, w-o, lifrfKtw, ijv 11 the neUT thereof for an -: rrawtoa of (('isk'tt ta rr'rreBce tj tbe r r r.rer.ir. j of tbe general aaarnMj In 'It sriai session. If U .bail U the general wish of U. !ef ilatare liiat l!,e ' :aUt ! rriiuU i-rwtal at UiUoght to call a ajwial bxh-UuC at r,c '. L cviaiftj catraiiiai, lata coasitw will ! to caJr the aulj.-vt. Who will i oa ail m II i. EawUcT ! J,5t"r a.,4 rrHt tiw to call the !e(-ii!tare pMh-r f r poaecf Ulip? aach action the ror-( a&4 tuak-; itg tocb apjrfcpriaUoria a thry L1! 4t - eta itiffu iat to eoable Vermout to ' maintain nr Uoe powtioa aaoDir the t - : . .it mutit mi)vmtiu Ulwu ber ciUMM ;to Uv, out gncaltirtt !MIluf4Ct Jri og ,a4 oUl W upon the minds of j ,, -I tithe r iiitl LL,LrLa ,UUj,u properly reprinted, would , g of ouf Bi((U.r ,utc, ,B( tle cvni)!eJ worI(L cn ,t the ,nd ,)f . Luu. a nt to aland before the world aa uuuble or uiiwi'liug to represent herself ul tijia great gaUieritig of the natioiia ? Gur bixtory, our honor, our a4f renpevt and our patriuliatii should forbid it. This enmmitUe, therefore, suggest Uae following plan: That each officer anJ member of the senate sad house should sllend the special soaaioa with out expense to the stale. Ibe committee take pleusare in say ing that they have had ari interview with Governor Smith, h President of the Central Vermont railroad company, who, with charactsiiatin liberality, has agreed, that in the event of a special scsaion, called to, consider mailers con nected with tha centennial, to trans. port over tho various Tines of his road, to and from Mvntpelier, any and all memUtrs of the legislature without charge,, provided said members shall attend such session without charge to the slate, and we also have assurances from the managers of other roads with in the state that the same courtesy will bo extended upon the same terms And as no other business will be done, one day's time will be all that it will be necessary to detain any member' They have decided upon the plan sug gesteu, to ascertom your views, as well as to place tho responsibility of maintaining lbs- reputation of the state upon the rcptsHeutativs of tho people, who, by thtic position, are expected to sastaiu it in an emergency like the preseutfc Thy, therefore, respectfully request thjkfc sack member on receiving this circular, will signify assent or dissent to the condition of serving tho slate at this important juncture, without compensation, by returning his reply as soon as may be, and before the 5lb day of Jauuary next, to John X. 13ax ter, chairman of this committee, at Rutland, Dated at Rutland, Vt., this 28th day of December, 1875. Jons N. Baxtxr, Jaocs EsTtr, Executive W ILLIAM It. SANrOilD, I Dhiht P. Hall, Committee Lawbehci Brainard, In regard to one of the products of Vermout we insert the following ex tract from correspondence of the Rut land Herald: There is no time for parley or pal a ver in this matter, and it will soon be too late. The idea of allowing the oc c anion to go by unimproved is out rageous, and the omission if we omit it, will be regretted some day, when it is too late. Vermont can, if she will make a splendid record at the Ceuteu ni. I, and all that is wanting is the co operation of the people with the Gover nor aud tue Luiteo. Mates uommis sioner for Vermont, Dr. Middleton Goldsmith, and n determination to "put things through." To admit that wo have the articles to exhibit, but not the energy to place them on exhibition, is preposterous. This applies to every variety of articles. But my purpose is to call especial attention to the sub ject of the marbles. There is scarcely an article that will be exhibited at the Centennial of so universal interest to all classes of all people of all nations as the rnaibles, and surely Vermont can compete more completely ia this respect than in any other. In the me chanic aria, and in many other depart ment of a nation's wealth, she can, it is true, gi re n good account of herself ; but ia the marbles she can stand pre eminent if sbe will. And when we turn over the long list of the world's products, which wilt be there, e can readily see oi what universal tuteresl the marbles will be. They are some thing that all nations are interested in, as they always have been. Every ca tion or country which produci-s marble will be represented there, and the na tions that do not will be looking lor it And the smalt State of Vermont can, if she will make the effort, give a finer display in Ibis department than any other country in tbe world. Thirty or forty quarries giving from five to twenty varieties in styles, grades, and qualities, each, ought to make a re spectable, nay, msgnificent display; , anJ ais can be done. The only qoes - (tioB is. how shall it be done f It sis ' improbable that any tsaenfactorer will ' refuse to join ia the raovemeet. It thas teen said that some of the rnana - tttur - n inUu t the giti thai- - y cm s M all their fcaiUe w.ths,t tbie tvivit.etent. u 4 ib " ' use naurr. wy t.wt.a ru,rr make the eilitst iun because they can. I y j diin, frvwur liiiuj which world cant, :t buy-the rcpolatk-n ; l iurx'Uig tbe fiue.t col'ectioB of , toaiUa at the Cesu-ai.il ?.it.liitt. Now oor marl ic pixxjucwa atd dea'cra -.i Uka the ia.liat.v.? A rf. IiUJ, iu j charge t-f t'.ia .i-j-iilMtil i.tuou u to t iu KulUui oa ur lit fur Jjjurjr lt, aJ we ougUt to U; ; ready to tuwl Lisa with auuio matured . pUa in relaliutt to thi waiter. Cu ------ J. J. R. 15. tllk. UriLK AMI KIM l KA. ll wilt Iu. Ll...l 11.. I ttlll lit. . , ...... i i - ' : fburcb in tlir town of Fait mount, Kai a; and aa tbM who rn'axed In the matter would like to know the result, the following extract from a leiier rereivod lat week, from Mm. Human! , a sitter of the gentleman who solicited our aid for l We olij'-t't, will (ive the devired iufuruia 1 w ill now einlcavor to tell yon a little fnt our church edifice. Oowlng to the ickHecaof brother Cochran and fiiuily, ml the death of liU wile, it was not oni- uicnc il at hihiii aa Wnn Inteudod, but KOl ready lor 1nsiei inc, the mortar made, and a room IN fad by 'JO, lor prayer unit conference meetings, waa plastered, alien the weather became so ould thai Uiey thought ll not iafo to pro ceed farther; o they buried the mortar, hoping to bo able to use It early Iu the Spring, The main building Is thirty-two by fifty (tet. The estimated cot i I 2,TtX). What is promised lioin the "Church Erection Fund," they calculate will fin! si) it ready for testing. ISrother Cochran aeuda his kind regardn, aud sa a he shall ever remember tho good jsjoplu of Manchester for their benevolence. Husband aud invbolf join moi-t heartily, for we have much, prior to that act of kitidneaa, to reuieuiber the people or Msnchester for. Thus we hce, that though unable to get Into their new church as soon aa they had hoped, yet aa they havo a good sized room for prayer meeting", we trunt they will keep their faith and hope alive through all the cold and chill of winter, till -'Spring shall all its wa8t.es repair." J. A. STATK I'lKHIi Tho citizens of Nortbfield have sub scribed oue thousand dollars for the cn dowment of Norwich univernlty, located in that village, during tho pat week aud want to make the whole endowment 000. Dispachus from St. Albans, state that a lad answering the dsscription of Charlie Ros. was placed on tho Montreal train at Nashua, N. II., Monday night, by some men who failed lo provide him with a ticket, lie gavo another name at first, but finally said the men had made bna toll a fictitious story, and that bis name was Rosa, lie said he had lived in Philadelphia, aud that ho had been csrri ed away. lie bad a brother Eddie aud his mother's name was Annie. Tbe lad is now at St. Albana. (iospel meeting will be held at New port during the lirst week in January, and after that in Ludlow, Springfield Manchester and Factory Point. The ustnes of the towns to be vihited are giv en in order, without any dates, so that the committee may spend such time as they see fit in each place. On Thusduy of last week a little three year old boy of Albert Jenkins, of Lyn dou, was scalded to death by falling into a pail of boiling water. Its mother bud just taken the water from the stove, pour ed it into the pail, orid was closi ng the stove as tho little child backed against the nail and sat down in it. The child lived but a lew hours. The house of Mr. Win. A. Crombie, on Uattery street, Burlington, was entered by burglars Saturday night, anil property to a large amount was stolen. The burg Ur took sll the silverware in the house besides moat of the clothing. ll is evi dent that thev weie no novics, but were experts at the business, as they selected the most valuable property In the bouse J. F. T. Corwin. of Derby, N. II. while returning in a sleigh from the fu neral of bis mother, at Chelea, Vt., was thrown out aud remained unconscious in tbe snow for an hour, when he revived and managed to crawl lo a house near by, but died from the effects of bis ex posure Rev. Dr. Clement, of Norwich, while abnt ou Tbsuksaivirm day, bad bis bouse rob bed of bedding, etc. While lookiuir for oilier lost property in tbe Claremont, N. U., depot, tbe doctor' was found boxed up with no mark on it It was left there by a German peddler, who 1 now under arrest for ibeft in that Stale. At tbe celebration of Forefather's day by tbe New England aocieiy of Washing loo, iseualor Morrill spoke, and among ibe gueata were Col. C. 11. Joyce, wite and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. W. Strong, and Miss L. M. Strong, ol Rut land. Miss Fannie E. Towuslec, the female evangelist, bus closed her Isuis witn the Bantiil society, al Walliugford. Ass result of ber tfiorls about sixty ptisoiikj have been converted. At the cU-e of tbe j Beavers, Broadcloths, Cassimt-res, meeting, ou the night of the 15ib, Rev. j Doe Skins, Cottonades, Flannels, Tick Edrar4 Couover, the pastor, presented '; iugs, Domeatic Paper Fashions, Ac., lo Mis Townaiey IW and a .0 bible, in behalf of tbe people of tbe p ace. Three voters la tbe north prt of tbe'rmyQ jvEy CUTTERS town of lra, are compelled lo go au a pi!- i gritnage of sixteeu mile to attend town meetings. Abe trip is iroin lra into Castleton, tbeoc to Weal Rutland, snd then through Clarendon into Ira again. , ! lfl g,( , )ooro,y ofUiirly.,wo Tuj ; olJet of ulta bM bn ibl round i j t.r muf . than fiftr years, aJ ha been i Tbey return by tlie same rjute. Hitting Elected Justice of the peace once in that 1 linte. iuhu-i c;t r KkwmJ. ry j """"f1 - "J ".- r j : log uw, ds w aaa i list trr nui two I through bra Ui bstt Bi, nj w. taking hi P j . . , ,, fc,, Aawu j etlsM br lUe ,, Mwm a log and lb j body of ibe Ire. A vcung nan with; him fSnaHy !! In retting tuat et tf the Me. II was orsr a tuii from i ". J u,ut tllre u'ur 'J'' Wfvwt t torn ciu d u DrocurrO H UJ u uf L' A tit in Ui 5cuiogUv Uuum, Nuritt , . ,,, woitD ho lon,w, i ll!ii-'l,lll)ir, ul uU'e In ib.dioinj : .inio.lcl and art flra to lb Ub!a.. loitt and titi Wiui. A ' (lube whlcb i ou (Imj UUI, con!aioitg about a pall ' f wtr a4 a goldfub, wm broken by j table, quenclied '.he fire before toy one la Uc boue knew ii)Uiii)j about ll. There i a proj.ict to run a brace b of the Central Vrrmoul lUilroad from I'tih- el op ibe uiaiu stream of Wblui river . i - .. .. . . i i.-: ... n .... u.ruuu iotauriua ik,i;iie.icr. auii road would accommodate lbs uiauufao luring villa- of (isytviile and quite a jfood (arming region, all of which now eek the railroad al lU lbel. Koctieiter ia sUo oue of the cLic f towns through which tlio Gteeu Mouuiaiu narrow-gauge road waa to inn, and thia project ia a move uu the part of the Ceulral to tap the Hue ot that road. Tha towns of Uulhol, SKN'LUrldK snd Rochester are aaked to bond tin iu-elvi a lo the amount ol f 100, Mi, aud Rucheaier ha already voted to invent $.l.7 ou condition that lbs real ia raiwd. '1'liia projttct throws a cloud over the procta of the narrow-gauge road, though it may be pushed through. The annual rcorl of the Pasaumpaic road in jiM published fnm which it sp peara that the total Indebtedness lal, TtlN.OSi. Tlie saaels are w 10,214. Of the (l,5ox),(XK) mortxaife bo:idsuthoriitod by v"' f stockholders, Feb. Htb, 1873, only $070,500 have been Issued, lesviug on hiiud to be iaaued, (420,600; these together with the 147,600 Iu the siuklng fund will tttke the entire funded ludebt. edneaa outalttu of thia inaue, and leave S surplus of $H0,o00. The company will then have but one claa of indebtedness, which will consist of $1,500,000 first mortgage bonds, payable in 1813. A son of Mr. K. A. Willisma of llrid- port met with a pa.nful accident on Tuesday Dec. 21, by stepping upon the tinea of a hay fork, which penetrated tbe foot, aud it Is feared that the wound will lead to serious consequences. )0BB1NS ELECTRIC SOAP. Save Time Save Labor, Save Money, Save Clothes, Save Women wo toll it HONtiSlEfcL A liCIUl. fJOBBINS ELECTRIC SOAP. Marv litd a little Umb, I in dueoe Hi whit m dow, Which wu ctuwd by being wmheil Willi Dobliiiii Elsotnc Soap. For tale by B. A I). gWEET WALNUTS, For tile by the Quart or Butbl by B0NE8TEEL 4 BURB. pUBE JAVA & IlEO COFFEES, Oronud freaU daily at BOKE8TEEL BUBlt'S. Y'E have very fine 8wet Jtp Tea for Bite. pr lb. BOKKSTKKti A IfUttH. y0LF & BUFFALO lvOHES, Lined and 1'iililieil, Ijip Itiiiiei and Uurte Blink e'n, wli.i h will te told at reaauiitlilt! pneot. ItONErtfEKI. k BUtlll. (jLOTHINO For Boys', YWIn" and M -u s wear. HQNEHTEF.I, A Dt'ltB. SELL THE Pearl Ware Crockery, wbii b l wtrraut not to crt jk in boiling water . liOSEKTKF.r, A BL'KIt. ye sell a very choice article of Buckwheat Flour, Graham Flour, Oat Meal, Crushed Wheat, &c. B. & B. pUPE GUM RUBBER BOOTS ttrrtut d not to crtck. piaue it lle.-y track. Ain-tLsr pair givctt in B. A B. FULL LINE OF B. A B e. Two New Harness F - ck tf al IlLACtUIB-S. XaacMster tt. pen 1ST5. EICELSIQB DliBIES . . . . . . . t . w - OAM.TUIIKIV A RUSSIA SINDINC VINCENT CROVER, OMrcGIST AMD APOTMtCART. . mS CJLXS, UCATKR3 ALSO Tts Wtrt, Puis and Muni.4. rfhr.1 Irua ttd Uiffr Hut, Urai Uit. Slum l' , lAr..;nl Hi Utut. ALSO Tin ItuuAus, fiunp. l-fJ ani lra film. (.'! Iron tlut Siukt. f itm and Pit. t't (Ul'tuiird. tiiMdt furui.bwi Sn iilfr. 1A pruaupiijr ttUMfeinU tu atS utt itwnt la t ntu.ffl.orT Bitue.r. Trier, tt low it ni fart) raa ttlord fur lb. ttrn. qntiiiy aul tiyir ut guudt. Order t mall alb h twn ln.iuiuii.it .turn lion. r. H. CXMII.EDtiE. ArunsUMi, Vl., Jts 'M, U74. JURU AND BURTON SEMINARY M.AJUH STEB, VrSMoNT, A Boarding and Dny School fur I,ulir$ and Urnllemen, Offer th tilrantts" f a Fall Bnarit of ttilo tnd l.ileuc.il 'IVm'lnn, tWefuiiy frrjitrid (.uriMit ol Stuitr, tboruugti drill in lli KukIi.Ii Vila oiil tttfUunD lo lb clttur tnd )au( man (rpamis for eoll-s. TS sstt advtnitgi-t for mutio at tli Lowut term. Fill 1 ir beglut WtdoetiUr, Ailga-t X.Hb. Kor botnl, rooma or other luljroitUoa, fldrett lb IYim-i-pal. R.H.8HAW Mauebettar, Vt.. July 15, 1S7&. 71; RON IN THE BLOOD. TUB rEUCVIAN 8YBCP Vittlixea tnd Korirho lb Blood, Tout no tb STtirn, Build nu tb Urokvu-dovn, t uret Uytpeptit, Ueuilily, lripy, (jinn aud rtTert, Clirouie DitrrbiBt, Nrront Attficlion. limit, Huioor. bMWMi of tb Kidney tua tlltdder, Ki-nitlo CimiplnuU. Ao. Tbouaimli bar been abnsl bv the lite ol bia remedy fraia weak, tleklv, tutlerius ere, lure, to triOK . beallby. btppy meu tnd wo- oiud; aud iuvlij ctuuot rettooably lietiltte lo fire it tritl. CAUTION B ir yon set the 'TKllUVIAN 8KUl"(nola 1'erutito Dtrk.) Hold by detlen zeueraily. A Si pts pauiuuia-, oouiaiuing a tretute ou iron a a meuioai tKtui ana oiuer Ttiutuie in- pera.tetlnuoiiitl from ditnusuiib' i phytuntiit, clersyiuen and otlitri, will lie tent free to tio' adtlret. BKTH W. FOWI.R & HONH, t'rnpnf or, SS Utrn.ou Arouue. liottoa. ailrowly L. C O N O JI 1' I ECONOMY. ECONOMY. In then hard time nearly all are compelled to economise, and one cau do so and soil wear irood looklns clothes by having their suited K"r- nient colored. W have nisde arrangements with a City Dyo-House, to that article left at the JnrjsxAt. Ofliee will t forwarded and returned at a alight cost for trautportatiou. CLOAKS, SAQUES. DRESSES. OVER COATS AND COMPLETE SUITS dyed any color and made to look almoat a good aa nw. tav your oruurt anue jouasti.uin D. TEACHERS. K. B1M0ND8. TV) SCHOOL 1 "MERITS" daily tue in schools Tor sal st THE J00BNA-i OFFICE. A P P L E S , APPLES. 3- Barrels of Applet FOR SALE CHEAP -AT II LAI KMKU'S. Manobeater Depot. QKO. W. HILLIARD, BCTLAND, VEBM0ST. $5000 in LADIES' FURS OTTER SETS. ffoauio ltal IllOitoHO.nn Ganniat haarar, no on tan tell fruas Oti.r ti ftp sett, IniittUoa Real 7 VI lo H is, sfiuk Ht. MnrT tod Bi 111 U0, li Ml, IS Ui li.,00, It) U0, r.w to SS OU. Genuine Lynx IMITATION LYNX, Fitch Siberian Squirrel. AUtkt Mmk Staff and Collar t ttfipe ...U K si. of 4 yooOt up txi "9 XI difl-rtct tyl ( blidt' and Mitte. Fnrt . . '.'i win turn 1 t.tlet oti Cp 7 W) to 'Ml M IaiIi..' latitaiiofi Sotl tod Sttrf ban l.Ui u & w (ittata St4 Capa au4 G.ovra tti dilWeutttjhs CttU-lt' ftp. Far TritDtuiunt by tio ytnL . WOLF ROBES, tMt and larg riSMi. T swadt utut U ol4, nun tSuuid taai to mm U.o, b-.uhl d.nut irms U tvak.i. $20,000 . . ta Try 0-'a, tart a nHmut is tutltuid er sary - ta lb. sum Stwaus. am. W. HILLIAHD. t7 VrrctiaaL kw. ski: iiu!ttnr ist;ti.p t cau. at J.H. BOHfSTEtLS&BURR: FACTORY POINT. VT. i tud lUr l.r tloclt t DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS, FANCY GOODS AND READY-MADE CLOTHING wbii b tbey have jnt re- i'ive I and ar.ofli.riua at GREAT BARGAINS. If yon ftii-li for aonu tMuK flint In Hi tiLOVE snd MITTEN line, (lo to Hi uu A VYaij.ku' hln p; Yon will find their stock tip top; And latest stvli s fur one snd all, Virtt d'Hir east of Musir Hall. At our ofTiee jon can fliel (ilovos Slid Mitleus of every kind To suit the tust awl please tbe eye, Willi prices low, to all cau buy, Some are elegant and gay, Others plaiu for every dtv, Hume, we claim, are very fair Ami only fifty cents a pair. Two dollar buys a Gauntlet (Valure) Or heavy Duck that will endure. All our work is nicely done, From heavy Mitleus to linent ones. Nine kids on baud of every shade; Iiogttkiu and Fur lo order made, Htriclly to hutiuess we att. ud; Ootids shown with pleasure t our friend. From early morn till slicluws full, We gladly wait on ttioae who call And leavj tin ir order one ami all Vill'll HURD h WALKER. We have for silo Good Horse lllaiikeU aud Untie just, a few And Uutteriiut eamly, iwtd" by "Aunt buo,' With oimt fop Corn in sugar rolled, At her retllest It ala'i ttlld Is Y HCIil) h WA1.KEII. Man. h.. tier, Vt. VOU WANT THE liEVr GOODS CHEAP Cam. At W EST'S, AaiJNoroJi, - - Vkhsiont, Yod will tiud a very large to k at phickh that vt.t'Y voiirkrniox. JUST OPENED fretb from tbe Botion and New York market. One Cats Klnriing rnuU . Sc. per yard 'J Casn Hett Print. sc. I Ca.et'toilirie.1 of t ytr I wid. -lute. 1 Ctae Beat Gtngiiaiaa lo. DRESS GOODS lu grrtt variety from 12, cent, per yard upward,. Camels Hair Goods, Plaid huitings, Matclcases and .Muliuirs. A fall hn of l!.e CELEBRATED LION' ALPACAS, (illANI) DUCHESS ALPACAS, ALL vmy CUEAP. Tb Itrirfti hue of Toltoutdet, Wo., its Oiaodt, tVe., to b. found iu tb ouuutry, and at base a KllisT-CLA.'sS CUTTER, . prupttw to cut an'l I im tl.eta 0 to tint par. ebtten hi Uie ry utti am. and at p. too. ll.tl eti.ot b. n.awbeii. Out atock of W O 0 L K N s Toreiffn iwoadcluths, 1 wefids, Raekets, Diagonals, eoU.h fcuitiitjfs, Lomotil lioods, etc. 1 rabg.ng in pr.. t Ir im Ul ceuu to f 3.00 tr yard. j j 0;g vt 4 VkLL I j sad tattfy y'r xlvt Ihtiwtual ty U I rat l )larri;ixi. ;.-r an 1 H. , A 1 '.'A-. J-i. i to ',nt.;l, a I 'r 11 In Min.l,.li of inPV V I' ...x - A ( 1" .... ) . i . .1 . . I . - m 1 :i WANTS. , AJ-i rli.i b,i i,i. ui.-lcrll.tt kt., t.4 i J i lin i.. b int.rt.1. jKU SALE.l0.00a fvet of No liili.re,t al l(.t.knr" j.r.1 nt ih. )J P "y K. KtW.i i OTICE. - This is to give notice tb i i i l.t. ta t iky (lit, tut w, J.m It. i i in. ifnitiut..r crt tta w.m.r' I i IMil.i.cl.l.i,, ul tot wkm Matt a t-t. 11 l it c.utra.tog ttltr ll.m dtt.. : i -t.t. l H I T 1 sitsrlKwier. vt.. 7, 1S7, VOIU'K.lhis is t.i eertifv that titvo .b n.y ton, Nrkma Wlot rn, I it in, duiii k H i. r nsii,.lr ot I ia root. titty tu 1 bJ r al ui-nt ir lot flio 'k li t pty any to 1 Si, i-o;iiit.'ina tiftr tlot atl.. k. n. ntriKN Nn ttte, VL.Jtii. M, 1S7S, .i,:i tlTIt'E. Whereas my wife LauJ ' 1.. ItMrt ll l.ti 1.H m, l,l tll.l U.!il WHIM i ttttt wiM' or protvOTto w om imv i.trt, i i it I .tr to ovia.Hit tiitliitt litliMirtrif or ttu-oi lo r mi my t. jih I tt I al.tii pty ut debit i.f .l i.iicoiig ail. r tio, tutu O tO . i, 11SKH.I. I'. a, , ti4. Mm jOIICK. The Stockholders or tl, ! " Ail iti-iii t,r Mtimttt' uioiK t'ompttiT s Veils ", V ? n..ti t, am loo. ti, u .l n t t,i m tl llo' Dill. . ik ittl'l i',.ii;itor IU Ami' it'll , I in -It,, tlie lllliiltyul Jtii itrr, s;n. tl ot im-s i . n., lor tiif puipi'to or fiii.oi t,. lli. i l. t loi tai.l tiimiiai.v tut Hit var e-o.iiii l y orui r n. m w i: , no .11 A Hm'liHtry V011CK -This is to give notice lh n.y ife, Minerva, lia mft tut Utd t l..ni'i wHIinat Jii-t itute or piov wt! iii. a '.I I brirebv loriml atl peraont b.il;H'ti or liu.lc ti t on my acoiiiit as I aliat! pay tt d.-ii,t bi'r omiuat iiug and olaliu uoiw oi ti r earum J tftnr Hot utlit. NVI.VANfH itm Wutt Arlioitos, li'i 1 1, t-oX ,naw OTICE.I hereby give notice th iNl Rielitidaon. bit Inns tlurtsu ibs rs'tiHtHth hit unii'tiitv tint slitll c.tnu uo'i ot lot tiitt wtiott or properly nor pty uy debts of hit ei ti t. ting afti l tin mis. HKMtf U ItirHAllt'H N ludgiovF, III t. 1 1, lsii) Mw UEN l s'W A N TF.l)" I wantVirei, j to canvass fur lit Matnnio IlwHird, M Jti I Hit right It I ml etu make tnnu 111) to lift pint. Territory giseuln Venmuil, New lltinptlnre llieeunre title nt M.lue, For fuither parte lara apply to or a-iuieat C. J. WAIT. Hepl, 'it, 175. Mtiicbetti-r, Vt I L'OR SAI.K VERY CHEAP - I ha on band ..viral buggi. ol An title wlnei will i-ell at Kieatlv redueed prittet, 1'ltoac want ot a good buggy oannot do bettor than I -ivo toe a call. On good s nond hind IniggV for al elie tine two-teatftl eipret waauii for aal ebej Jnblilng of all kiii'ls done in wnttiiianl manner, at short notice aud al reduced priet. j. t. iu:a( ii I'aetnry r. inl, Vt., Aug IS. lH7ri. OOLOMON BULK LEV'S EST AT I WJ Hlalw of Veruion', llanebetter lattiruti. In I'roliste t'tiurt held al MtfivSttattt wits and for said Ilistrict on tho 'Auta day u4 A. I), is.ft. I ieseiit, Hon. E. B, Hurtou, Juilv. The adiiiiuiatiaior no lb etiaui i Holoml llulklev, lata of lUnchuiilur. in, taid distil ile.-eati..l propotliiir to render an account of ailmii.ii.ti ti iou ou said ntest., tt It order, d a. id e.iurl that ttul account be eiaiuioi'd 1 allowance al a atiAii tlieroot to be bnld al ll I'rtilisle UttV'e to llnnrlii a in said dlsl rl t ou 1 1 ttttt day ot Isr-eotnher, a. . I(7.i, and that nous be giveu to all peiaout luterntied by Ibe put I ostein or tin ureter Hi m stsuenetler Joiius a in-wsjafitr printi-d at aatd .Msiieliester, tlnl weeks sudcetaiVitly, prcviius to aal I time bearing. A true record. Attest, LoYKl.AND MCMHoK, I.egi.teil A true oopyor reeoid, I Allot, LOVtbAMJ MCNHON, llegl.ter WI.1X A RAD TAYLORS ESTATE? A Urn s or Vkiimost, Mauebeater lnalrivt. t In Probate Court held at llanelinaler, v.i l.1 and f..r ttld dittriet, uu thei l Cay of Nt h. n. ls3. J'niaeut, Uon. E. II. Burton, Judge. 'lbs Adiuiuisirator ou Hi. eltlit of Ail Taylor, late of Maucliuaivr, iu said dlttilet. cetsetl, proposing to render an aeoi mil ol j admiiitstralion ou said estaU., it I nrdertd I aid court that ttl.J acoouiil be eianosttld allowance at s sesalou thereof to be Ileitis! tl Probate Oltice in Mauebettar tu ttiil il .ari. I t the :iUt day of lieo., a. I, 1S75, Mid ll I iinlice be given lo all person Interested by t ptililtctliuu of tills older In tb. Mat ehe, Jul e.KAi.. a Iieasnaner tiriiiled al Maiiehett' three win ks sue. i .nl j , pruvious tosaid.Vil ul hearing. A true record, Altett, 1.UYH.ASD AllMiOM. K,( ia , A true copy of reconl, Altet , I.OVr.I.AND Ml.NN, Itef ,.u yiSTAR'S BALSAM ol W I L D Gil E i: B Y . .ought, tsiidt, llrtiiiebtria, Hor Throat ii.i.'iii, . iwu, nov.'iJiiiK i. ll. n, lluaiacn i.iv. Uiiiipianii, I'tint r rturi oeta in ibe I I. si rodf, lilemlinj at the Lungs, tnd ev.oy nciitiu oi tun ,iiril, I.ur.iit and ( heat apeemiy ami pi imam ntly curirt by the lit ok. niaias s ii.ii.iM or wii.o I Hi.iv, al, loot ttol Ur no a cougo and leave tlie nelllU'l, St It tli. 1-tt.e Willi mutt remetllea loi.tuiit it, cletutea Ibe limns iij'I tl tit or. uou, inui rt oiuvlug in. ctut ul tbe c.nipl coxsiMrtJi.v v.i.v uk evitii) by a timely reaort to Hot standard remedy, is proven i.y nuuure.is oi t.siniiouialt It bt ceive.l. tvoiie seuulnn niilnta tinned "I. BL'T'JH" tbe aispper. oec, siel 11 a bottle; Itri; btittlra nujcb ob sr. HI-. I'll W. FOWJ.K A HON), l-r.oolel... I. U. L..I.O.. .1...... if. ."vii. mmwn. ."in. vj urai.ti. a orrttiy. (iOOD FARM FOR SALE. In const queue i f th declitin ).tatii,'r i J aul.t. rilr, lit t. Ser for ttlo bit V tvntbi I'ti ia M.I.. IO att r, M. htul ftrtu He. tn un .li.i. iiuilhol tl.. vijitg ut Mat. cli.tr, 1 1. da. log bout it witloo a I.; no l. f iftiuibt.i i,.uri ii ..., too about ik. w. lit Van. ,, Hurt ai d hurVn H..uooiiy. l t,ui H tee. or cn'.ic itn.i, o. Ti, t, g.,o, r ..,... turtr Hrei,arii a.l a. oka wos til tu."t tpeiuvt.l at'iHnu l.Wri.al I i,. .lie it oil 1. Ill S In. Ii .Ul ol tuilivtll.. I lit i.'l.t.laola alt At I. k t . Ill giabfl tl. t :..i.0.i..oi, ;ib taiii.ii.g w.Pr iu tb. bxi tiH.vt jki b.i i, toil I.vnug wtt.r, ovj tu wu io no. i ta barn ra. i net, arini. u, at. 1 to a. tf tu Ibtlltultt.li . tetrujiitf. tn.il-1 a i.i. i........ I n. .... .... A t I wiiMtte bit ei., lull, ta wtil . tui, 1 .,iw t a4'-' ai i wm u.'itit lor a rtsnoy. TERfiis Easy. I.ojiorv ..f lb tub. rlUr oo IU pt.liilat. r 'HAi'Kf r.r okffm. Mtii. Uiltl, Oct. i, l7i. SoSm HOT0flRAPH HAIKJN. J. C. Sunderlin FACTOliI i-ois r. VT, Wl.rr b it L.r.'..t'.ll to Itkt (.trtaraa t.f a l.ti.lt 1. lit b i"al 11 ot tb art at nuu, abi jrh:-t- '(tut