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VI rtM tAT. MAY 1. MKItN r.TM IHIH. C.f-'. t-..T Rsn i. iriMri, .t. jrtm-lT)-I, trtasKiirT. li i. ' I (If B Tti .- I . ' i m, I"it 1 a a .. at -I a. f : s.vi. I 4 W 11 II - , tf.r. 1 1 w r - ( I if ' ( - lt i frwt taiittMMKi.M', I--iI--'r n. u. . i"ifi lmt, Kmtml, r J .-!. , . TVU. 'fpr4.a fe)) Imw I a. . K4S II i-aw. i-tC, Jaan. J "i 4 ... l') '-". tn iMtlVuriMW iii.4 St-t Jliiy W rite.? i4 FriJay nlUi. ImuiH, ImhiIumUi reiin d.pot ttM t.u at let tr- " ut. r, .!-'. ".:, M. W. fair. frlwr. tmM it KiviMM mlnl dpi Mbbdai Idtwltul Frla at 1 r H-rriM. la KuiikMiK ratif-. 4at r4r. nimliq w4 tttiiriU. t II tsat arrival est le i a. . lrj 'si N,D., F y.ilimn I "V.t. ft. D. CrTt. ff r.rl.rf. Dalle lH. OCTH-f rilfi4 f. for. li.O r. j uatk as W. 11 t i. aJtlRTH -By rat'ruaJ fr Rutland, Kmlitslwa Sunk tad ttlr a OfcASTUXK sped t.yUg t..w i lu '. FOtlT OFFK 'of. from 7 . r. Mailt tr.m Ik 'rtk writ. 1 II,. p.i of',. at I , a. Mail fra tk guaU arrive at lit I l t'ftb llr a. Mail fr ?, l.eo1ro. Roadfille, J.triaii-a .. k mil. tk el Fe-t'ir 1'iwiil Putt 1 '( at II a a. T".ee,Thar'lt est t- w4i)i. Tfiiir lFa tram I 4- a. to t . a- mnrTm. IUt. lr, Cuttimtn bn lffn quit ill but wt tr ft lo Irani tlit he li Im proving. Itef . Lit (irout ditcourtcJ in be half of tbe Krftloif n, ( the Conurba tion it eburcb lt .unity tnorniiig. Serl room at tbe Ta:ouii Hole) bavt teen alraljr fnj'K'l 1r Miniiurr gtieata. Got. 8argtaut rrlururil from hit vrlottr'i aojoorn lo New Yolk, WfJnn Jajr, lxkli)) about a young at unul. Tbe membera of I'tjillna Fire Co. are reijufiifj to meet for practice aionlay ftaruoon at ft o'clock. Aiivertltctiient for roionaU fur building- tbe new icliool bouc In tliiii village in anoiber column. K. II. (M vii, of tbe Kiuiuox llouie, and family and N. II. i'erkina ail fonil Ir art exier(el home from Florida next week. W'ni. llrowiiKin hat bought back llm glove auj mitten buiiiei ol A. .1. HurJ an J removed it to tbe old quartern in tbe bate tor nt of tbe court home. Mr. Kurd eipecti to remove to Shuiban, X. Y. Tbe I' m 1 uar y ktuilcnla had a holiday Tueaday, which many of them Improved by viaiting tbe maible irriii and Kieedley railroad in Doraet. Tbe jurty were icconipauied by I'rof. and Mr. rbaw. l he I'udine Fire Co. threw a atreain to tbe top of tbe Congregational church tplre, 160 feel from the ground, Satur day, with only -.i men on the brake, and aoine of thoie light weighln. iteerge Smith cut the lawn grasa at Dellwood Cetneiery for the first time iu April, tbi year. Lttt year tie firat cut ting wa the 13lli of May, and tbo year before ttill later. Tbe aeason it more than two week earlier than uaual. Hon. It. I). Harrii of liraltlctoro, and J. L. Martin ef Londonderry, were in town Tueaday, in tbe interest of the lirailleboro and Whitehall Kailroad. They will go Uirougb to Whitehall. They aay that if the (! aide of the mountain will do at wall at tbe cant tide bat done, tbe road la a aure tiling. Now is the golden opportunity for the ftienda of the road. There ha been touio excitement concerning the poWoiunu proper ira of Ibe grauile ware extensively aold by our hardware tlealert. I'rof. Ilnf and other diatiuguUbed cheinUt have extin ined tbi ware and pronounce it tafe. There are tooie kind of enamtled ware, however, which are not ai'e lo ue tor all parpocet . II you with to wit nen the lyujiitudi al rapacity of tbe human coniiteiiance, Jutt observe the yon ng man who enter toe pot office, all aglow wlibexjiectation and receive, not what be la looking for, but a circular for magic aoap, tent him by eouie kindly diipntetl manufacturer. A couple ot foot balla make it lively tinea for onr young people on the green attnoet every evening. Home of the older ouet have been practicing a new game or rather an old one revived which l becoming very popular tblt tpriug, and i aaij to be quite exciting by tboe who have played it. F.iperta report It to be a good out door game, very tirengiuenittg lo the anntclet of tbe forearm. You play It with aa old hat onyonrhead, and a atout atlrk in your light baud, and Ibe harder j ou wbark tbe carpet tbe better it make tbe dut fly. At tbelatt regelar communication j ihocijjti he will hurdiy tw able to resame of Adouirain Lodge, F. A. A.M. ibe! WOrlt fur saie lime, following retolmlons were o.unlmon.ly j ,.fr K c ;rje w)( b re,iJci adopted: j bf re lor Ihreejeart, preached hi fare- M ere: It ha pleated cur Heaven- j wri roinii, April .".'lb, and ha remov ly Father w bo ak.ua holds ibe ittae ol j 1 1 , imut i L nJcrLill. Uev. Mr, life and death, to remove from thit wjrld ; s, ou, who wa t xpected some Ume g-v, tbe soul of oor dceaed Brother, Albert L,M .Stained by aicknet in hi family. 1. Wail. Therefore: j u j. exacted here Mil Mioday. JRnoirrti; That we bow i humble ubmik0 to Ibe wiii of Him who work - via ia a niyaierHMia waj ui wooaei iu trforta and yet doetb all thing well. itimv1 ' Tlial w r-lflkt, lltji lriiiii. , . . lj m tMvtuvr " iv mil vi w wuriiij j friend and brother, a faithful fuHiu.ni, aad fceaioet Mason, ever ready to con- ciliiat true frieadthlp towsidt L-mM-lf and taUriid lo Lit btoten a kind, fitter- ed at the Methodist bonke, Sunday fore st! tpiiiU ; u-Mib; Dr. lUxby in lb afterooon. .'tittWivtl; TUt wetxtekdto Litte-' L Jout Las come io with hi aa rtaved fkcuily our teatitelt tyitipathy in !- eckl litter of foxe. Thit line it it six ibeir fltirtk . j f them found stuorif tht rrvlt Tut f cf U ; e:t U ia.IiV!f r fftn1 -ti4 w fit la tt ! fw.:y tf Bfii.tsr ; U tj.kJ t;- ti iff l'i ( !k Lw',1, kuJ U '. L Wm,) J. 1. t'Tkt rii . iijtr kt ,.ug tiff Urge fjOaoUUc 1 f rsb!T j'a.tsf. t it 'kklng- Ibe tvf ' tit i S!i( due . T tuU ta of Vu-'.ti I'iie ". are , f ,.r'el to nut t f jt pracii .""aturday, : at ti r,'i ot 't p, la. -I', J. Wa ler it preparing ta bui'J a ' il;it-.4eof bcr tt Iager.e boutcton ) lb .! ty kfilt Ilt Ioft. M tk 1IF-ATI U M.IVT. J. C H:' ktBcr'a t'one fcne b'ok ; at i, jvc' at it d - atiUun'.ii. j Jor; h Morgan i Were and it em pK'ied in Fuliertoa't marble werkt. 1 Ww. r.uiklcj' iifw kllnofiltne It bar i,i .1 and itdy t r u-e. It it a good ! '. and tel. cheap. li.c Umber for A. II. Ktug'a twit c ni;c u nearly all on the ground. The oik wiii t eoiiitueticcd aiortiy. Tl i i will be no change lu tbe lime tkliic on tbe llarletn Kxtenaion railroad until tbeittbinat. The llrattleboro A Whitehall ikiiroad J! run at utual uu til further notice. Maynard Keynold it inanufactuting ;g ii a I -r warning the fcttive tKrtnin. Tbr'! w!i intend potting their i-renil- wii! lo well to iurchM) of hi in. The tint once up, if any man attempt to tear them down, arrt-tt hi in on (he tpot. I'cxter Horn it intending to move into I., W. l'ond'i new hone, which it fast approaching completion. It it only a ijuetlioii of time whenil.it place will be the main village In town. It it al ready a nolrd fai I that all who come to Manchester or Factoiy I'oiut, ttop here lirt. f . iMMIHfcT. ' "7 i Mita Agnet F,e!d, of "Albion, Y., I tpendlng a f :-k iu thit place. IJef. Mr. (iioul of llrattleboro, ad diecd the people here Snuday evening on the tuhject of the freedmeii. l)r. C. F. llarwiHjd, a graduate of the ThonipKoiiian tchool in Cincinuatii Oliix, it in our vicinity prepared lo prac tice in hi profetslou. The lute raina are changing the face of nature rapidly ; every thing tpririging into new life, and the farmers biity get ting in erupt, George and Henry l rentUt, iona of Ir. Fretilin of Now York, liavo lately pi'iit a lew d.iyi iu tliit place. We hope to welcome the entire family here toon. We have ttill a few caet of sickness, among whom ate Mi. Calvin Sheldon, Mr. .lu-ti Holly, and Mrt. Dr. Farwell. Tlie latter it attended conittantly by her mother, Mi. Not mtin, of North Adams. The Washington Hotel lit being thor oughly renovated preparatory to the tuiiuuer cumi'HijMt. At it inmate are are of a genial and plcaxnut order, and cIimc for bo tiers moderate, we think they are decrying of a full hre ol the public iilroiiage. The proprietor, G. V. Itaker, spares no pains in making a home for bit guett. KAST HUIC-KT. I'rof. Stiaw and a goodly number of his pupil of bolbtexes of blithe beart and blooming visage, honored thlt placo with their pretence, May lt. This is a high coiiipliment to our scenery. J. It. HollUtcr has bought of Ira Cochran all hit Interest in the quarry and tiiui bio mill and oilier property of tbe late Field marble company. Our Mr. Micawber who have been waiting for something to turn np are ttili waiting for the new firm to put in an appearance and make our village vocal with the barn of buidncB. The examination for teacher on Pat uiiIhv lat was held here, and was better attended and more interesting than uii al. it U iinilcrntood that nearly all the applicant acquitted themselves well, and that thne trained in the vicinity of Katl iKitNct were second to none. Jlut this it not "rflUdul." , ; ' A woodshed belonging to Thoinat McLnnghliu, containing about thirty cord ot novo woixl, forty or fifty bush el ol oi , tome lumbar ami many farm ing loo! was dektrojed by tire on (be inn. The origin of the (ire, like that of many oihers uow-a-d), cn on ly hi gitct-i d. , . m pkiit. Iij!ht Tay lo- recently aold one thtui:tiid huohcl of potktoea lor one thoutatid iloliart. They were shipped al Manclickier Depot, and brought the highest piice paid there. Dighl la al wa t a lucky man . Muiitilia Diuforth, a reaniit aludeut at 15 irr .V Button Seminary, w'.ii tut been attending ibe New K igland Cour vatory of Muic, hat aob lined a position at organ'tt In one of thi Boston ctiarcliet ataaltry of f-VW. Tliit will enau'.e him to puuaa hit muxical ttudiei with out akiug favors of anybody. lOXtlOMUBllT. Tbe tpriug examination of teacher will be held al the school bouse la tbi vi!'u;je, Satni Jay, May 5th. We ate glad to Iciru that cur village tbociiitker, John W. Gibson, who ha been vety ill, J about , the I onic again, i Ttt jnMNirtcHir. j GlM j, ,rtmir The cheee factory opens about the middi of the nn hth. Autiin I-iveimote it the bo mill ruin (hit jttr, he hating the largest Bomber of log in. AcsUn W. Clayton, layaian, preach - ' J, I.. JJk.M.a ktarted Tc;ay fs4 ' At.4 ik 1st ta u.iS a ! ti-.iS t.". ! M felt, bad, ismltii to tt other ! . " I lrt fiv-m tt I t ' o lalwr la the iii!rret ' 1. i i, vi- i i w ki B!.-i .:; i.t cf ar. jfltbepi-elll. V.U.L. a,t. ., . j Mr. Chat, W. New art of Urattirb-.ro . Ou '? u tx,i it, iwt f.t , ' frniei j a tukt ( U.: plfcv, taa an j AU a t ti.f )nt rg- i klTriiiaeroeat la thi ioe i f Ibe J 't j int.. Mr. Stent It fctd a fee expert-1 ra , ! es.ee in L;t bo.ii... h.t living tol l j i:io t t f lumUrr it sCoal Itire bc !id lnriiu.rrit ia the latt (,a ,!, Connecticut rivi r. 'Iwo teat i akkffirietit gurau f Lit ; Tbe tilobe ktatca that Mr. Mostly bat ! t-orre't wiaiitiir of doiiijr buvii.e.t. Far- bitn irqite.lej lo pray f r a Kutlaiid ; tie m iUtig ta part ban loatrutiirbt will lawjer. ; do wa.l l mntolt Mr. r-tewart. One huudreJ and fily-nioe it Ibe i 'o!irvini. jeauibcrt f inmates of the Mate Frion, i - Frank Gala letvct town tl.it week U ' ! engtge in tbe mi k butinet in lk!ou. I Out of i i tiampt that have bcru en j -Utile Mien, daughter of Mr. and j Ur;i'"'eJ '' '"J uthoriliet, iMrt.dobnliugbeeik vervt;1.ki!h!uf-g;ou!y,wo '1," a Ji'-'lion to ! fever. ' iWl,,k- I ... ... i . ...i .1.! Kev. Dr. fearer, foimfrlvof Kutlaud. Vtt.. II!-... .... . 1 s.-l.. -..it it r!it i,MlMohJ. She Krobablv wi:i;U epted I ' , gite good tatiafactiun. j N. I. Itartiett will teach the nhoo! j ; iu N'artburg aftain (bit summer. 1 W ,r tif rai in. a ''black lint'1 fori tbote who do not lemli ut the atuonot of 1 (j (jj;, ... ..... . i , . i n it i n jiaip imii nr nay week, Anthony llagar had one which wooUl weigh three tona, more or lett.j fall an inch or two on to hit foot. 'Ante won't lift any tflnre rocks for a few day. Two bo; t found a riet of a doauMi ttiake in a ledfe I bo oilier day, and the terpen! were all vry affectionately en twined around one another. An end wat toon put to their livet. Henry Frayman thinks it it not much fun to thoot cartridges from a nlle when he gets them iu wrong cud to, and they explode in hi face. Henry carried a tear on his phi, now. Tbe wile of John Mycrt, who eloped on foot will) another Canadian a few days ago, bat been heard from, and is enjoy- j lug a miserable existence ou the charity of the town of Cambridge, N. Y . Met ier would it be il finch people had never been born. "Three, )ai ago lhe first of May there was a big snow ttorm, and ibe road bad to be plowed beforo they were paasablc. ''Y"e correspondent" enjoyed a sleigh i Ills iu the "Hay State' on I hut day. F. 11. Smith' new mill, which bus been undr course of construction for a year or Iwo, u now having the finishing touch' pul on, and when completed it will be the prettiest mill in town. Landlord Crawfoid it tigiug up the city hotel preparatory for the summer campaign. A season of recrealiou on the mountain tops is very exhiluraiing. U. D, Culler, who it one of the highway surveyors, has been doing a good business in making improvements in hi ward the paM week. Thai' right; we hope the good work will be carried on throughout the town. The illumination canned by the i'.cn ningtou fire Sunday night, was plainly seen from this town, hllliougli the wea ther was inclement and tbe fog thick and heavy. Evidently the (ire liend owe lliMitilngton a grudge. BKIIt.IN, N. V. Itnel Maxson and Frwin are expect ed homo from Canada with n fresh iu voice of horses, this week. Ja. L. Green' furnace is ruuuing Bow with Leroy Whittakcr back at his Old post again, a moulder. A. C. Green, miller, ot Petersburg, own lhe best blooded stallion iu this vi cinity. Arnold also has a fancy for good dog; his dog "Frank" slandiug first clasa. J. E. Weal, photographer, who has been at Petersburg since last July, hat moved bi car to Berlin. Mr. West take luperior picture, photograph be ing LI speciality. Philip Canficld'a tennant house was was burned on the night of the 2oth inst. The houie was occupied by several fami ne, who saved but little. AL., the llorllii correspondent of the Troy Yew, apeak about ''Deputy Sheriff Wadsworth." If being constable, makes a limn deputy, then we have quite a number of them. Let' see, there is Deputy Sheriff Waite, Sheldon, Main, and one or two others that we don't just remember now. CHATHAM, N V. The family of J. I. Msuriu iR have taken the iOU-c, No. 1 North street. Thomas Hots; hi purchased o' S, Wilbur lhe church hill properly, and Imt rem vd let i the ti n !. Thn widow Cally h purrbaaed tlin Chat. W. Iliiiburt hon-e, No. C Noitb ttieet, and hat taken p (.eion of the tame. The coul batines at thit ktaliou, which has for (he pat Iwo years been conducted bv P. S. Gilford, but been sold to Myron T. Hughson, formerly of llainetburgh, Pa. W. L. Drown bat removed to New Lebanon Centre to take charge of the rcl ettato of a aimer iu that locality, while tbe Doctor' family rcturu from Piti.field and r-occupy their old place iu tbi village.. it. P. Dunham, from New Lvbanou, bat lhe Chatham Hotel In running order, and from hit long experience In this butinett bnpet to receive lilt thare of the pubiic patronage. Its pleasant tnrround ingt and genial boat, together with tbe well conducted and attractive cuixine of the hottest will no doubt be appreciated. There aeernt to be an nnuutl desire for a change of locality, a aort ol hezira among the ttaid inhabit trill of thit hith erto qttiet old town, which In lhe absence of an annnal'y pnblUhc l ditectory might trouble th'uu not fsmniar w uh the kiir rounding lo find lb. w hereabout, of onnosc soukiii ut. o ..u iu . ...i... way ihi clas of terkers, we notice the following among the mauy change ntklc IUv. It. G. Adauit, ol the M. E. cbnrch, after an acceptable miniatry of three year In Ibit town, learet for Ful ton, In Montgomery roomy, and Lev. lUnry A. Siarka i appointed to lake hi 1 pl- Mrt. lUlwio rtcynold La purchased I . . a I,.- , .. . .i.. - a lot 01 vt liuor tear i&e ic.w.'i uuutc, i t.. i . dwelling for a family residence. lUt ik GuJsk !. aaoirsi kvt of tiaff. T call from the Fourth Frct- i u)icitan cnurcu in rjmtuir, .v. i l.. -i . i. . v- - A b':g ttory i told kbout tbtee bee lu WimUor, that laid fouiteeurggs in tkre ei. Don't you believe it. ('ore 'NVsllow Fall ha. ahip- I'ed Irom his farm uearly !lx msple trees ur neileaiev, .Maa. I 70.01 pound of sugar have beeu ship ped to market from liratth boro, this sea son. The largest amount in one day wa 8,''!0 pounds. A lilt! boy of Aa Child, at Fairlee, was run over Sunday, while playing around a loaded carl, and iiotantly kill ed. Charles Harris of llrattkboro has sold bit vsluab'e Y'oung American nisre, l year old, lo D. L. Moody, the evangel ist. There is to be a change iu the propricl orshlp of Iilshop' Hotel, In Moutpelier, about the first of May Mr. Fale and wifo intending lo remove to Woodstock. Judge Uradley, of the United State Supreme Court, bat engaged room for the scskoii at lhe Mount Mansfield Hotel, Slowe. The Sslfortls with C. V. Filch have the contract for building Gov. llendce's house, iu Morrisville, Ibis summer, wbicli will cost about $0,000. The Kutland village school teachers httvu been engaged fur tin) next school j tur, vtilh an aggregate reduction in their wages tf f 1,000. The trial of Edward Talro fur the mur der of Mr. Alice llutler at HighgMe, was concluded ou Saturday afternoon with a verdict of murdei' in the fiist de gree. Joseph Miles, a brakeman, was killed instantly at Barton, while coupling car ou the PassumpHic railroad, Monday. He hud been employed by the company just ono week. The fine young trotting stallion, lllack Hawk, Jr., owned by Lewis Wilkin of IJridport, ran away the other day and jumped into tho lake and was drowned. He was valued at $1000. We regret lo learn that llev. Aldace Walker, D. D., of Wallinglord, Is again seriously ill, and bis son, Col. Walker, and daughter, Mis Mary Walker , have bceu summoned to bis bedside. At last accounts he was getting belter again. Last week Frank Barney, of Middle bury, broke Lis leg whilo fighting with hit brother-in-law. lie bad just begun lo walk after having broken hi leg last wiuter, knd this last accident sends him self and family to tbo poor house. A gentleman who was cverely afflict ed with a cough got up one xtighl recent ly to tako a dose of Cherry Pectoral, but unfortunately got tome Ayer's Hair Vig or instead. Ho thought hi time to dye bad surely come, but providence kindly ordered otherwise. Dr. J. M. Carrier, of Castlctou, ha donated hi large collection of Indian relics to tho slate cabinet. It contain nearly one thousand specimens, and Is rich in illustrations of the domestic life of the aborigine of Vermont. The St. Johnsbury Caledonian says: "Phair's friends are now moving earnest ly in his behalf. He lack neither (l icnds nor money now ; and Iha best le gal and detective talent n ill be at work lor him Irofn this lime until May Hb." "WHAT KVKUVIKM1V SAV MlT UK TUCK." The incontrovertible testimony offered by those who have used Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescription induced the doctor lo sell it under a positive guarantee. Many IhiI its have rcli uiuc l Irom imiui' it ou account of a general feeling of pri judice Hi:.tiiist iidve riited meilicines. Jam uie d-k a question. Are you pnjuiictd sainsl aewing machines because you b ivesien i hem advert. sed? or can you ilotibl the ingenuity and skill icijiiiicit iu ibeir inveiiiiou? Again, would you rc fuie loinsuie your house because the c .iiupauy aovertised thai it had paid mil lions in losses, and yet had a capital of several millions? Do such advertise ment shake your confidence, and create prejudices? Then whyrcluse to credit the testimony ot those who have found tbe Favorite Prescription to bo all that is claimed for it iu overcoming Iboso ail ments peculiar to your sex? Why sub mit to the use ot harsh, and perhaps caustic treatment, thus iiggravaiing your malady, wbeu relief it guaranteed, and a positive, perfect, and permanent cure has been c Heeled iu thousands of case? Waiia.sji Station, III., Oct. 24, 187G. U. V. Pierce, M. 1)., Buffalo, N. Y,: Dear Hir Allow tne to extend my most tiucere lhaukstoyoii for the great benefit my wife has received Irom the use of your Favorite Prescription. She suffered almost intolerably before using yoor medicine, and 1 had tried the skill of several physician but to no purpose. Finally, 1 thunghl 1 would give the Fa vorite Prescription a trial, and the is now so on 'I and woll. Very gratefully yoors, D. A. HL'NTEK. A Hi vi.nir Tows. Few town are more generally htalily iban the little tow nhip of (,'laremonf, N. II. Epidem ic and prevailing sickness of any kind r l'u unknown bere, wbtch U ac i ,tt 1 1 1 1 far tilf ri t; 1(1 tf F Mufti 11 Ctif . a w . j emnio frum fog,, nd lhe caiitc of j them, pure water, and ibe generally corn- forlabie condition and regular habit ol ibe i"-o.;c. And yet In any town in New England there aie those who are subj-ct to all di-ease of the Throat and Luugt. lu tbi particular, Ciareoiont bkt an advantage over other place, In having a home remedy fir Ihean dread evil, iu Dr. A. J. Flajrg' Cough and Lung Syrup Manufactory. Here it pre pared a Synip acknowledged by Ibout- !Hitttti i itiri ami r.i-rfr.(.itiiil i-ttpA r.,v j - I a'i throat atid lung dieases. Go to your bouse If need be, carry H in year Ipockel! Tryit!! Tryill! N't. i N n(.. R-i. F:r. Tl great nurket of the ea.urnworll has bee held at this janclion ol the Yoijcaand t ga Uivert.' in Knu.i, every aummer for bondreilt of year. Here the aliant Furnpc and A a uwct with their pro ducts (or trade. Cttt k, Cbinrte, Turk and i'eraiaa, et the (iertaaQ aaj tbe Grek with every variety of tnerchandiae that mankind emptoya, from atppbire 10 grioiHtoiiet, let, opium, fur, lood.j tooi and la'orut, and !al hot not leaat, f medicine. J. C Auri I'a.'t clebral- rd rtmedie trtm America were diiity- ed iu an eiegaut butr where the Divtor bimwlf migtil aomeiiuiet be teen. They are known and taken on ateppea of Asia at well at tbe prarirt of Ibe Wett, and are an rflectnal antitlote for the dires that prevail in the yaottri of ibe North, a well at the but and cabin ol the weticru coutinent. .itciin, Jimr. Hoi.iowai's Pit i i. The most power ful existing medicine for the cure of fe male complaint. Fifty year exerinc incouteatably prove these rented ie un rivalled fo; the disnrder incidental to the softer sex. No familv tbould be without them. They may be taken by young and old, as they will restore health when every other mean prove untuocetalul. '.'5 ccul per box or pot. Muvnt'i rjk.nii.iri. Vital Wkaknkm ou 1kphisios ; a weak exhausted feeling, no energy or courage; tho result ol xikntal ovi.b- WOIIK INI'! KKTIONj Or EK.l1.S8. Or OtOe ; drain upon the system, is always cured j bv Hi vriiniTs' 'HoNKornTiiic Srtcmc No '.'it. It tone up and invigorate the system, dispel tbe gloom and despon dency, Impart strength and energy, tho drain and rejuvenate the entire man. I liven used twenty years with perfect auc cess by thousands. Sold bv itealcrs. Price $l.iXl per single vial, or $o.00 per aingle package of five vial and f.'.OO vial of powder. Sent bv mail on receipt of price Address, lllMPHUKYS' HOMEO PATHIC MEDICINE COMPANY, MJ BiiOAOWAr New Y'oiik. The Gate House ia the best in Ben nington. When yon come to town, stop there. THE CELEBRATED Weber Piano, FIRST PREMIUM AT THE LATE PHILADELPHIA EXPOSITION. The World Renowned ESTEY ORGAN. CHAS. W. STEWART, Oek. Agknt. Butt'TLEllOltO, VeUMOXT. A I'inK eipi-irience in the husiu, will en able lhe ailvxrtiaur to aall inalrainvnl at aa low mtf t aa fiuoil Kouila and lirinn profit a will allow. All iirlsr ami coumiuuicstioua, promptly at li mind to. CI! A3. W. STEWABT. U) 6in liiatlleboro, Vt. NEW WHITE LIM$! Tbe siilmcribr haa jnst h it'Dud a kil bf luuo at Manchester Def ot, uut oT a new leilxt. 'Jliia lime is of WHITEST AND BEST QUALITY, alakea np clean and makes the tonithett mortar, the most durable plaster, aud ia the beat lor STONE OR MUCK WORK of any linio in thia section. Warranted to (flvt entire aatittactiou. $1.00 PER BARREL, t the kin or 11.25 delivered ou the ctra at Manchutter Llepot. WILLIAM 11TJLKLEY. Manchester Depot, May tat, 1877. 50 QALL AND EXAMINE THE Nest Pails MANCraCTt'BKD AT AT S. B. YOUNG'S, conipri.in one fourteen qaart, on ten qnart and one six quart, the lot retailing; for 11.10. Jobbing promptly attended to and at low prices. Wanted TWO reliable men to sell waio. KAM'L B. YOUNG. Factory I'uint, April, 1877. 49 A FRESH SUPPLY of til kind, of GARDEN&FLOWER S 13 23 X S ALSO PEAS BY THE QUART. I'OP CORN IN THE EAR, Wall Papers and Borders LEMONS AND CANNED FRUIT, A'i At T. PERKINS. WANTED. E'lHrifucedTiaynllnii Aui-tiU tociiiTiiiurli lowii and rounty fur Mitchell's XewUciieral Alln 1077. Just coropi tsg for sn' acribi r. Tbe well earned fame of thia pobiistier't prtrirma warta rptidsrs tli preaentauoo of Hum, id h tn'iat iijtfl!lii;Di patron, of au'b pro iuriioin. Lot ti mors pi.. aut aud prt'titaol ilun ordinary caDVa.mni;, while lie fratnrea are to titttunroaa at t'i i;ain enowTiptiun of Hios ho hi former oin'. for partli-uUis, cirr ilart, i boic of f round. Ait.. ft lre. jam. d. lcsca.k, atbelbnni, C'hlttendoo C', Vt., Ix'iii CinifiaJ Ageat fur Venuout. Wall Paper. CLOSING OUT. Gilt, Satin, & Common PAPER. Window Shade, both Clotli and Paper, Lace Caruint and Fixture al a lig Diacoufit frorc Cuet t LURK'S. Fftiir PUul. ti RUBBER PAINT, Best Paint in the World.! .r1'k .irsi--V rliM. Oyer 100 Different Colors&Shades! BEAUTIFUL, 3DTJnVT?LI3, ELASTIC, ICOISrOTvIIGAIL. rerfe.'l!T iinpi nun' tn r, Ul (hue t tm a a. Uit,ii an v Vti t j'.n.l t n wn, Hy tio 'ii n ) irn ri t. m i t t: n f , i -in iH.-rH'it lu iiu ui. i i l(S Ua' vr T. i-t . - 11. lrv,, .1. H. Kill, . i;, M us l.. !i ; ll W. tatt.J. V.i.ltat, lai-tni) 1" .t .1- I, lent tHiiii-m, Si'tfkld lliility, .it.rt. I oi nam) U- ;rU ami fiirthrr Ualnnuiii! tp!v In ' A, 0. lilUH. Asuil fir Manrhe.ttr and ilj-iiiri; li.. New Goods, 1877, Spring. M??S. GLACKtViER Inn Jat n .nifi I an entire n ativk of MillU nery Ooo.)., Trimmed Hals, liit.liia, Silta, Fluwert, A. . , All Now mill Prices Low- MltS. Itl.At'KMEIl. 4 '.".' Factory I'oiut, Vt. Boots & Shoes AM) n un 11 eh a o o is. A uii e fine l (HI Kip Hoot fur 1 fm f:i IK) " li ut -i Ml ltiibher BikiIs f r f t (M I.adiot, Mitaea and Ubildiena' ishui I at propor tionate discount at Dl'Iill'fl, Fa t.ry I'oiut. r T. A JOHN IIAItS'KH, vY.Mannfai'tnrera of lUrni s' I'atcnt FlMMM'OWKK M ACIIINtltY. SCHOI.I. SAWs), 1.AT1IKH. t lUt'l LAIt tSAWM Km. Tho only font rmxiT maihiinry without drad ren ters. I.til.'i) to li W(,l per year nude nsintf thtiso mai'hiiiet. Sutiil fur lilimlratod Catalogue 4H pK. F1IF.F.. HocKKniiD, Winn baifo County, 111.-17 CLOTHING AT BOTTOM PRICES OVEHOOATS at li ss than Ibmiiuth would cost to make tlicm. An 111 (I I Ureri'oat fnr f 12 ( 13 ll " $111 () H2 () " 8 Oil 10 01) " 7(0 8 111 " 5 (H) (1 00 " 4 11 Tho above extremoly low figures nill we i;iv for cash. Yon can save 2(1 per cent by Imytnir Over coat for next wititor. AUn a bnfl of Dress Hulls, Httsinoss Ktiils, and a linn of odd Coals, I'anta and Vests, Uoy aud VoataY suit to be closed out at vol v low figures . . ' A. c. untit. Factory I'oiut, Standi, 1877. CENI) 25. to a. p. HOWELL A CO., New York li flip Patmiili lot rtt Ifift Miony Ani.iu!..i.... t ; t u ..t ' ' ...,..... , 'ts"t f'rtftntiiiiij linta til WrOOnewupftperM, autl uatimatt nIjowiiik rout o( a talom Inlirn.llv an. I ,1 ....I in -.w. . . , a ..rl .1 , ... , I.UI t . llllllll. mttiam, Gout, oaralnia A Lumlmuo. r-Hohl oj "iiuR-r.io nun rowi druggist everywhere. Send for eircnlar to heli'hf.xstinb a p.i'nti.fv, 2Hy Druggists, V'aiiinhtii.v, D.C. STOP COUGHING 10 Dr.lKcndall's 'j PECTORAL BALSAM! the fiiiF.tr Throat & Lung Remedy- WILL HTOP THAT Ciit'lilf WiI.L X I;F. that i oi.li, WILL eiJi;K ANY I.IHEAHE 1) p so so Of the Throat and Lungs-. It has been naed io thit Nlate f..r the last il y i for the aoove itiseason, J i V it. Ton hit Mao, Old. Mail, Maid or Matron that Cough or e'dd t A Nail in Your Coffin if v ol do out sttf od lo it al onti . 10 KENDALLS Oi Pectoral Balsam;! Hat be n bi for tbe public for oer Vt Ti ara, at.. I t l,a. m er heen knoii to fall. Git a tot'!,, and take it according Ui lire i.iti. Ii i. recoiuBn-iidert h many of tin- i.l.i.unni in this at.te, and it Will aer'dv i .-, H rH 50 0 C'Bl tur LrCi BotU... !." Cot.) a for Sitna!! liottlea. I m.M t y Ui atira in JI Iinot, r.vtu:isi i m, Wii i t.ti.i. 4,rs r, bUfiLINOIO.V, ttIi'4')SiT JOTMKAI.S AT ALL HOt'ItS, Oysters in Every Style, cfKiu: tiOAUt isu f.';;.u:-,T;i'Mi.r ai i. i. n-iirs tmv ti, Ui-P'itii.tf, lillsl LtitltaLVi down. DOWN DOWN ! ! 1 1 J.I i IW t-.-t Ot tmiw f Mt.-fc'fctt n ar !? f'.'h ii t. lI-i r t t'm 14 vV ia i -MlMltHtbii tt' tri Wtmll l Ihrm ft H. r ' 1 ft I $ ft) tWtVfal. Al f 4 attl '!, r'.t4 n4 vis . ! t t v -'. !" w H.iiVl- t irvf,t. A- I J A l I jt l !, . i . Silt- Jr y H . f rwor shP wrmonctc! Ilttrr'H Store I A.CTttt't) IU IS j Jacu.iy IViiil, Ib. , I SAyers Cathartic Pills FOR ALL THE PCRPOSI Or A 1AMILY PHYSIC llinUi XX, 1'T IilflT, I .u( htWt'l Bit) IUokMi, M M li, I-1 tv K, lWm, hltpaiiiutitm.ltup tuui R.i Kkm Ih Ii Uf)M, l4f UUi- rUn.l, liMtrt ' fttr, Tuiiiti uJ Muiu, Wtttnii, (-nt, SrutV(f-it, titiibcr t'til, titt 1'iiiifyiriK the HltH., i lb inoi ottttiraiitki tir giim V' wrfr't J. 1 heir fit fit IxiiMlaittlt tlitiw how inut-b ih f iivl t! vihr-r ptiim. 1 tit i tf, Tt y 'tirx t llto foul htimoia vt lh IiJ.nhI ; 1 1 1 t iifttuUt Hi lltHiU tt ilvl i f tl ori,nD liit.i fc, (Inn ; fcnj H.( nnptl lirtUh iU titi'o i 1 1 h tu ing, 'llijr cui'it 4 ft ( t y-tUv fitottuti l VMicy boly l" ti'icttiti tjt,t fcttti dUHt foil ttlMM l, Mimi nklifji I'l-T' m . 'ttt moil viuiii'l cU iKMiifii, aiul n i i iLir.i u, miu ct rt ( of 4 rtn t er(fl htt it itt 1 Klvil lhi lit u f have ttt rivat.t ttutu hvn TiMn Tbrv ' n Ur mfont a ii, I tn l f . r l.iilmt, licrHwt tntlj wtll v r(t(Huat. lU'lllg BUlCttr-CivkU J, illi yittP rftaiV t U ; fciui I'vUik I'tiirty v-(cti.bu-, ilir at iiuttr rty liiii. U'HH, Ikll4ll) PV In. J. C. Avkh V Co. Lowell, Mtm I'ra. linl ii.l AtialvtU-al t'licu.!ta. HOLD UY ALL PRnmisTW AM) IN MUHCiSE. WAXTIIJK Palm-leaf Hats at $1,121-2 Ir.Bl0,EN. AT HAPGOODS - Peru, H. S. ALLEN, PHOTOGRAPHER, ia till at Adams' IUi.i., Firroat i'oiar, Vi tiiiosT, her he I makiun first- lasa VhaUftrapb and FiTtotypes aud gtiaratiteea eatiafftioti. A larse aisottinsct of 1'iottir Fraimia. I'aantparioula, Merit.iMipia and Htreonopi Vimt o n statitlr on hnml and for aale at prii'ta thai dely ioiu peUtien. PAINTING. Don't Hlro it Boito. If your Ilotiae. Fitrtilture, Wtgott, or Karniln Tools need Painting send for "(lll.MAN'll (it'll)l', to Palntiiig." It li l you in plain Kog luh how to ion colors, how to do draining, Marbling, (liarntllig, H'lillewtshiiig, Kal.oiruo. log, Mn, Landscape, House, Carriage and Fur niture Painting, Ae. Ksnt t".t paid fir onY., or three for II 0U liy ANKON tilLMAM. I' O. ll 2.IH, Lewia on, Maine. tl:lm PIANOS. l'arlii a cunti mphamg piiix'bisnig Musical In atrttini-tits i l 'i;rtinh upon ex.niiimliou tlia o are selling fur rath at Lower Price than have pn vailM for many yotrt, aud Out Ibe pre cut cau lint fail to prove Hi 0 best time to accurea magnificent iiotrumeiit atatsioplnigly low pi ice. Warerooma 2G5 IliverHt., Tnor, Ntw Tims, IllETT & SONS (Mr vani ty embiai n tbe world renowned Km WAY ami CHICK KKIM1 Piano, tho ong nilici nt I'l.tuT A stosa aud the very piiiilar IImsih' Pboh. Funis, Slot lhe very brst (iniuas that the world hat pro duced, aud ae ti i I'lMl.g out our slink of good eecouddiaudinatrunii-nl at the puri liK. ra own price. Fiamiric at once. ORGANS. HIT SEED. BIT SEED. CLOVER, TIMOTHY ASf RED TOP Jt FT ItrcF.IVKD AT A.. C. BURR'S. CARPETS! CARPETS ! ! FurnturE T! eUapcat p'.t- iu Vrrmoel to Lay vr Farbitare at.4 Carit ia ol i, W, hi kaltls. In. . (.!.. o, V r. Piii-j ataat IW low.at. Haw I arpeta and titWat.laa feruituia tit r.adr. J. W. STEARNS No. 9, ilercLanU' Rnw, Iittiut, Vt. ti