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BANKRUPT SALE. ! Deaths.
Th? M.inrhtvtcr Journal. this passage lit speaker f altered I vm - for traits wouudta-I ty tbia trreavt- tub ! UNITED STATES PAIL. ' a., at r srt i,ti niHiti.D, i - .1. ta lb Malt at c r. tnu. Baikrrt. t. EE-E'MTIiALDlSEASE ,datpsh .i-M lt.li.. .h..pJ. t, l-H. R. IL !., Slate at ImmL . V4a . th Axfc , 1 !'- 1, U XLtm, a4 et whack tie pe- t'c l Mar,d,tler araraj far lit pat tw ffli txa . Friday, , May !Hk,aa4 jests s-prtEgbad Java steal, e' I'l f 'H . tnr A ft'Kiltl fUtiaj trfta frt I J Mi E Mt it.nsEirT, tlinilill gl talk t..w. the' I VS.,. ir.i.i, V.t ll.t. Vjws W lleU, f ad M0mt !""" t - p.l4ir er l i S&, cmtJ. Ao4 they Saitl bint to ml in lb t-eaullfsi Pcllwoed cemetery antil' IS IT CURABLE? -J imIiim fes- Wi tit lb.ft.if rutYt.4 irtA. ! I J i?OH'AT Wilt ftvs. l th MttUv4 tM. r 4 In Kwiki ..!. M fell. (twt K.tt Till IIUY, MAY 24. IKt. t J epos tie earia wild. Ler full e4th j i&e wormtJon morn, and tie tnonro-j'r j t.l Uaaiy end lovelioc-se lie trsBscen-'ers $3 about tie streets. A wife, in ... 1 an! ete.!uaA4 form ol diMr msaxl f carry,,: U. sua.. of th. i eil.-d felt fnuas j kair. nova iuui(l, l wsr. (.. ar, ! ,,, ttrtt. aad kse trwl mtaf I fwrlioWt 1, if"", I Juu .t, ll. ea It. h- !.). tew kmf., iuw .r. o . t.axxjm iifctMil rlif '" U Mt ' -ti; tin In ill if muii. fcy i tn aioviai . I.i... , kk fc.Htitil. ' ltl CM K- ; fl.t Jtlonf -f It. llrU'j Ulid fctlS lf;ib. tbff CbllJrca Ul CD :.wu,w! ir'ih" r-.mi4ul. M4 ? ti . btul. f 4 M Kl mtit. . ..dm-tr i . . tuvfrll. U Uor...l ; A.U.H.-fc.r,... ll 1.-. 4. .t.f J t' MjrccUl-i to y : tnt Ut ilrm Tl tttlwcl ft tbia - !ceel r a'o kll la noura. i.. f. t. i'k.-it,.,, ; U'AXl I I -LIVK iHJVDi, aniJ M. a. US. ''" i " iyo r.(4lN. tUaatwaimt at itM t: t (Jc'l aili lie taU.i j tice m bt at Falraaera. Vl.. Aug.; t. fluoii. 4 Uif lost, wuow, to wm w i -- , ruiorj rwiv im, ki 1 . t tJi'. ... i i . n!i.. . ....... lA&r. pi I ri i. d ufti i ritTinnuviif..iiu. Ma. , . tij t I.! Iffti ila, H taa.tu,bo.a, wae the fiiat aftU4 taiatater 1 UieJ ia IVro. SonJar, May Uib, M .-a. ! .bt aad ut . -u. k r.i.-m-l t-a aa au4 dMtt.atMiA at iB ih. in.tii t.mri i ih iwwj y ANT Tt HIjI a hurae rroro a t li ,"- . , , , i . i . . , . . httwaat aviaira. aemi Si. iwinil m'iiI1m tnwsiMolu tt; , 1 F-";. . I rof th. Ih.imH of V.t..l r tr(ird, tMl ba aoa4 i.t ia4 ilta4 l-cf lb c Hftitry f fJf C,l!e at l-aal.t-toa twiaary. He ,neMllf.biy abort lat abiaiag coaraa U a a finni-n ! aaJLa., ifcta. tim.aa a--a. ( M ia aa.d vir. b, (ti. a, Kadd. .f It.a. , -- ,ire4 U..J45bry cVn in 1,33 a4j l.c. J a..,.,. H.'.'mU-. at IT PAIJ DC CURED. raTa.' T ' lialaa ifcaeaaerf Jitll Cziiticf ? .,.in.iJ s- ia i..,. i,;- .... i Wetnardaton, Mm la t.f r l'.Hh jear aba -! aa wvnaiwi Um,. .i b...ii i. (JlJ i w ! let a aubar(e and cM.ft.ia tbrrM, tra il , TiVi tiriVV TVIM Iiniii4'( ' 1,1 " 1 l.aaa.aa W ar. i,ui.ira wa lloti. h. B. Burton, of ilia ambiti abott rompaa of 32 jeaii In Tb. l.-diaaa r. Urf aB.U-4 b a aitpo. A b .1 lii iV .,!, P. WtaU a . lluaaiaaa UwMrfolpJ lie imortaU1. ... I i - 1- lit r rre a-ea lba tariad aracea of the h.aaeat Ci aa roa CaTtaaa t bat a alight ) Am at Uiaa w M. at p aa. V'T." r .t V. .V- '.V.. L! I Iumi I'-uil. Mat Itta. la:;. .. . . etU ? i f At3aa la Aaia. l-ut Ua ; , ! arry ttt4- j f it.a at Kara. Ti.e U. r!').., I) D , of WaaLington, 1U. He. C u w ana lf tcalu J aa;cal t. ejj.;. t y, Jljaaia, Catholic Biljp o' I uaaiau auiliiljr at.. are caajig i OJenal.-urgb, lkr. Jawca Datie liul. tu,m aaie tro! ?e. The Itoudtauiaua I, r j. t (Jr JJaliaon, Wia.. Ee. J l.e a ;o dcSt 5 their io ltaJetice J -,v 0.niu.j, a TownabeoJ. and Jobo ai4 aJlji$J;tti io U CjU. Tlaj0 fitxt p.t After leaviar col- J.uatiaaaara !aaiiof tkeir f,.rcea to t !.- iMubaia lat aa p ail!e, bat it i eaiJeal t4! iWfy are cr;t gAng to ii)Ya 14 CXTittatflirtfi-le wiilout con ai larable Hbisi g lla.MV avaain nK iu If HI' ft. a it. TTe dca'i'e t tali tie attention of our c-aJera ti lit lttuf f Henry i5"cl.er in I'.utSaijil on ifou Say ectt)0f aeit, May iliUbi Coia l!ite ajiaiigcioi iita bare Icen mail? wiib all tie railroaJa leading to KaUand f r extra tiaioa and balf fare on that otcaaion. Iteaidebla of Maacbeeler' and all lovroa on tie line of the Harlem Kilcoatoa railroal can go to IluUiiuJ ou tbe regular traia, tie aiieroooo ex oreaa ami return oa tbe aama train whkb will leave Rutland ut (:45, at tbecbaatif tbe lecture. All who at who attend tbe Iretare will bo carried I r fare one way. Ilia la ancli an op o ortunlty of bearing the moat celebratd tlivioe in Atnorka aa our ciliaene will probably uever bavo again. Ilia new leolure, " Xbo Miniatry of Wealth," ia bia moat p'ipiilar production, creating the in jet uiiboaadud cilthuaiaanj every wliuie, It baa already netted bim f 40, 00 i. Wu append berelo a notice of tbia lerturo, when it wa delivered in Cin cinnati iluiiog ilr. lieeebcr'a recent triumphal tour tiirougli the wont. " Pika'a Hall waa crowded laat even ing from parquet t bulcony with an earnest, eir audienco of people from the beat circlwa of our city, who had gathered Ui liaten to IWv. Henry Ward iluocher ia bia new lecture, " Tbe Min intry of Wealth. Trobably no audi ence which h it ever gathered in this Liatoric ball repreaented more fully the wealth ami Intelligence of our city than did that whidi last night greeted Mr. l!-jthf:r. Il waa no crowd of aimplo curiosity atckera which bad gathered to see and bear the man whoao name h I by so nuay muana becomo familiar but 'i audience of cultured, intelligent, reprcwontativc CindtmatiaiiB, who bad gathered to liaten to the greit orator, to do honor to the noted divine. Sir. t- t t a ( . a jteechtr a lecture i.cutirciy ocwj waa received with that profound, earueat altoiiiiou which only aapeakerauch oa be can command, and which from an audience of thie nature muathave been a pratifyinp teatimonul to bimnelf. He waa frequently and warmly app!uded atvarioua point where bia wonderful eloqaeuce or Lia kcen. 'iniciave humor gave apecial occasion, and tbe attcn lion throughout waa especially marked 1 Cincinnati Enquirer. AUiiif t Ilaltlwin'a barn., la Whiting, were attack by lit;htaiig Friday fore ii. Km and .totally continued. The loat ia $.h) ovr tie insurance. KtctianU, the aueclt"J l'laiullald lu ifiidiary, waa brouxht duwn to Moutpe- tier Wednradav, and imlgrd in jail l;u lnriU ia aaitl to hava threatene i 10 rt lit to the town. Owhig to the bih price of farm pro ducia, a larger area of land In Vermont; wiiibepat under cultivation thla eaon tt.ti f r many jrart. Many farmera are fiifi.itf from one to five acret to wheat. 1-Vank (. Jj!H', waj went to BratHe bore aoo'te time io at aanl f ir a Ilicb fttrr, N". Y , Hungry, uticcrrmoiiioualy il. jjaru.) on au early iraiu ilie other day, alu-r .'li.'i.').' Il uriithliig iraila and bag niiijf um $7..Hi OcluMKliig to empluj rrt. !'.(. I i, c.iurd ail of the lleu iii.j(!ii . Ai.M.ta kcnra to be uoliUet lii.i ii.ii; j.-iftstn of lnuinoi luuat either ta.onwi y crt duiing the tniiiiia mua nr ih, iiaimr. or a Kuatd will b f a. r t at i ti- sii.iaiKca of all anch p'.acea. Ml.J l. . Il I'oWRal C JllllDilU l ai i,!by h.i giti, Tliurt lnv. sue had rtr-r tid.y bf.n ia ilrciintDg l.oalih and at tuiH-. cii''r?-tcd aiiti tnrlambuly . r?be aa !! daul.ii-r ol Kraama Jowrlt, a ' wrViH.) e.tuao ol that town. Mrin Hale of Weal Window, bad a )i.l lua-n U wrrfc, wiih one brad, iliiir eaia, ilvhl U ( nrl I tro tail. A qu-Jruae4 clwkeo a lialchf.l lit Url.. to( rt".-oi!f , it kavittf four perfect The tlo dM not lite lung, ha Irg lii.g t wac ti fvir it. A hti i Irotkcit of il).(, who waa rouvitU'd in the Windbam Oanty Court lirinber term, 1J, of tie crime of j ' ru ' Jr-. iiev. J. U. ile-a-tstiU j;h iiiunt io ti l, and cn.ocd jCtjliam, of East Atliogtou, were pre t b isrpi isoaed In lbs stale priaou lorjei.t. lie church waa beastly draped ti. ie,.u cf t j tar., pardoned out - ja moarriing anJ the floral offerings and by t.8 f. .verr on H.h inat. . fdecoration. were profuae acme of the Mr. Gcoier S. P.ilt, a naiiveof Grf-j6net cotniog aa beart offerings lrora ' '- fc'"r o' ParkrWe, Mo., ucmber s of olber denomination. Tbe lr-e la ti aid ai.very roatest til , , , , ,. ,. a- ... . funeral duconrae wa delivered bv Re l.i. j rta, thrown i.lo iU Mari river, C' B' ,loirt- D D - pJBl tf Mid in I to a r-idtit of IRlno,, froiKM ! efcT co-lege. from John, 17:25; t k aal a coJJege for the education and "Father I will that liey also whom Thou tiais er ofCbrlaiUa wotkert la Park- jfe"t giveo me, be with me where I ata (tbat they may MoU toy glory." From !,,, that lime were Itee. lSvron Kun fce Uogi(t .cboal in Alabama and lii pi fur Ibree yeara atij tbeo entered l.aue theological aeminary. llcie be lemalned one year acd tbeo went to Auburn where be graduated in 18i.v i ne aame year bo wM rdluud aud ieaUUcd paalor of the Congrega tiunal church in Orwell where be la bored earnestly and faithfully for nine teen year. Then a call came from Mancheater, which Mr. Cuabman coii aidercd it bia duty to beod, though tica between paator and people at Orwell bad becomo ao atrong the aepar aliun waa very painful to both. With what koI and with what aucceai Mr. Cusbmaa entered upon the work of pro moting harmony among tbe people here all the old reaidenta well remember. It waa like pouring oil upon the troubled watera. It waa utterly impoahible to quarrel or indulge in bard fecliaga un der the preaching and good counaela of Mr. Cuahman. And here be labored, " Faithful unto death." Tbe full reault of thcHO labor no finite mind can esti mate. Conversions and additions to the church were acatlered all along tbe yeara and towarda the close a full bar. veat was gathered. In doctrine he waa orthodox but without bigotry. Ever ready to give a good reason for the faith which was in him, he denied to no man the right of free thought and free speech. Like Paul be waa all things to all men, but for the same purpose, that ho might win sonio. He under stood human naturo too well to attempt to drive, he always led. He did not point out the way but went that way himself and asked others to go with him, and his company was so pleasant that it was hard to resist. There was nothing cold and hard and unattractive in the religion he professed. It breath cd of the aunshino and the perfume of flowers and the songs of birds. Mid dlcbury college, in honor of bia scholar ship and his eflicicut labors in tbe cause of education couferred upon him the degree of I). D., but it added nothing A higher power bad long before en dowed him with a. nobility which uo earthly institution can bestow. And though bis active labors are now ended yet the sweet remembrance and tbo in iluence will go down to the remotest generations. And the good be did was not confined to bis own church and so ciety. His benevolence could not be hampered by any creed or caste, it was aa universal as mankind. So man in need of sympathy or assistance ever sought them of him ia vain. lie was literally running over with kindness and good will. It permeated the whole community. His smiling face, kindly voice and hearty grasp of tbe band were an antidote fur grief, medicine for tbe sick and solace for the dying. No social gathering was quite complete unless bis contagions laugh could be beard, lie waa not more a minister than be was a man, and yet very few preachers could excel bim in the pul pit or in the social meeting. His ser mons always betrayed tbe scholar aud the deep thinker, yet they seemed to come from the heart rather than from the head. There waa no strained at tempt at eloquence, but his discourses poesej no sedative qualities. The fce'iu and pa'hos with which they were filled waa enou?h to fix the at tention and m.ke a lasting impression, Tbe place he held in the hearts of tbe people was shown by tbe large atten dance at bia funeral on Sunday, by the qyivering lip and gliatcuing eyes aa they camo to look upon bim for the last time. Not only from vhia place but many eamerom adjoining towns. No service were held ia the Uaptiat and Episcopal churches and their pastors and many of their people came l-t pay the last tribute of reopect to the do ceased. II m. Zenas C. Ellis, of Fair haven, and II M. Wright, Dt a. Ilent euway and Mr. l.iscom, some of bia eld pariabonrsrs at Orwell, Tev. A. J. aaiaou, of St, Albaus, a college class mate, and lU'v. A. J, Fennel, of Glees Falls, X. Y , a claaamate ia the theo logical seminary, and a!ao Ilev. P. S. dutiful daughter, the luviug inter, the affectionate nils the Under mother, the tvnipaibrMe neighbor, the icaluut Chris tian, the ktjihlv auroccafiil babbaib school teacher and !Shbat!i aaiiool taperioten dent, aleo the tttiuieul and popular super inif ndrnt and toucher ol common actiooia. lie fore tir 13th year was completed the became in reality a devoted follower of tbe loving itedr emer and daring be re mainder of her brief piriinaea she oa- tenaihly walked with God. The whole community mourn, but our )oa is her gain. May the od of all grace remem ber ibeKlricken family aud relatives, but especially the stricken buatiand and sou Her funeral look place at the old church in 1r, on lUeny tho iitU. 1 et. Lots 2 :'.. The Sabbath achool at Landurove, of hich Mr. rSlylua waa the superinten dent, unanimously adopted the followiug rendition : J!eotil: That the Lamlirrove Sab- bailt school deeply deplore the los of fitter Styles and as a testimonial of our gratitude for her aerviccs we lender our dec-peal sympathies to the stllicled family. At the lat meeting of Bromley Granse, of Peru, the following reiolutions were unani nounly adopleil : Irhtreati A Divine Providence has removed from our number, Sister Stiles, no who baa ever been faithful in what ever position the bat been placed, whose conduct bas ever been bijjbly exemplary, wnose counsel ami nia we entail greatly tiiUn, and whose loss we most deeply leei, tnereiore, llenilveil: That we lender to the be reaved hu.band our sincere and heartfelt sympathy iu this time of sorrow and af fliction, also, that we remember with the moat tender sympathy the motherless son. hcnotved: That a copy of these icso lutions be sent to the family of Sister Styles, and a copy sent to the Manches ter Journal for publication. . , STATK KKWS. A correapondent of the Brattleboro llecord ssys thst Rev. F. W. Olmstead has closed bis labors with the Congrega tional church in Townthend, having fin ished a pastorale of siven years. Mr. Olmsted's stay in town bas been one like the comuiju experiences of mankind of mingled sorrow and gladness While here, some of bis family Lava been tick a large skaro of tho time, and he baa been called upou to lay iu the silent dust the loved companion of bis youth and mother of bis children, nud a daughter, whose virtues aud amiable qualities are rarely equalled. Mr. Olmsted is known throughout tho State an one of the strong est and ablest in the denomination. John F. SpofTord, of Ludlow, who mysteriously disappeared from bis rci deuco, Weducsday, was found towards night of that day about a mile from bis residence fitting on a wall, somo distance from any dwelliug, in an insane state. The steam taw mill, dwelliug houee and baru, owned by John M. Saffjrd of Cambridge, were burned Sunday morn ing. Loss estimated at $3, OX). The bouse was inaurcd for $800. The mill, In which there was some valuable ma chinery, was not Insured. Win. E. Hawks, of Bennington, took two lront from tbe Walloomsao, last week, aggregating 4 10-16 lbs. A boy was receutly suspended from the Ilraltleboro grammar school for tbe reason that he was iu the habit of carry ing a pistol. Hon. Hiram Cole, aud other old resi dents of Shaftsbury, recall the tact that on (ho night of May loth, 1434, a heavy snow storm fell, to the depth of eighteen inches, which enabled farmers to freight (o Troy by sleigh", ou the day followiug. The apple trees were heavily freighted with snow intermingled with beautiful blossoms. Solomou Montague, over whom the pa pers are having so much to aay, was the fourth child born iu Cambridge. At that time Cambridge was iu Rutland comity: Ix month after it was in Addison comi ty; two years after it waa in Chittenden county ; and from V)i to 1835 it belong ed to Franklin county; since 183j it ha been anchored in Lamoille. So Mr. Montague baa lived in five counties, and ttill all tbat lime bo baa lived iu one town, aud twenty-two year of the lims within 100 rod ol bis birth place. Q ENTRAL VERMONT. RAILROAD LLtlU.KU EXTENSION DIV1KI0N. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT TRAINS LEAVE MANCHESTER M OVISli 80CTH: 7 10 t. - Mail from liutland for Troy, alao fur bemiinKton and Kew Voik via lt- am hnn.es and t'halbsni 12 IT r. . l.ipr-s, Kew lurk aud e't. Albaua na Jrrv. I 3S r. a -atiad nm Itattand. 10 il r. m .Sight Kpre, Montreal. Ogdeiut- bnrxU a 'id !r-w wri via iToy. TBAISS LEAVE fOB THE KOUni: I 8 5t a. M.Vigtit Ktpteoa, New York anil Mon treal ana lrfcJuliarg. V) 4S . n.Jatnrla Kicbt 10 'il a. (. Hail from Nu. tienhiugton, Troy anu aionireaiar.ri ct;ui-tiiL.tirg. S r. m Eit-rw. Nw Vurk and at All-ana a 11 r. S i.d, Chatl.ain t tori.tr and Beu r.ingtB KtiUand. Th lit; a eouneeling vrilb the on Mail Uave Tiny at 7 M a. aa. connecting with Ih sight trama frBiNir Votk. ) liay fcijr ke N w York, at I a. in., arri:ug ! t-u Ait-au. i5 p. m. Ti! lught xpruniavo Sew York at S 10 p. vial'roy, ir-piing haiurday mben it ieavea S.w Ytxk at t So r. u , Uiu Iikkt Is 45 . u tsamrOa? a.bt and runa Uiroagb t Jtoutn--al and UifdikiiH.arg buinug r v attaebed t botb niiflil traioa. l).-a.tij( r aii car. ar. allaali.d ta day etjirea M.n M. AUn. an I N.w lota. Th act asd ckocia thraugh ta all tmperUot pawu. Ctiiiirt at ftale Jin wltb triit f Try Kew Yoia it ail potat aosta aed wt. at Chat kau. uh Uaini )- .s York and tiarifurd, at llu.-i- lti.vti. with trairs f ur!h Aiianis and th. Tunm-i. at UcUanS wtik traurf iur ail kotnu k-vnb and . a.t. JKSSJ1 HI aDKTT. J. W. HOkABf, Virm -!;r)nu-.u,f.t. (Wo 1 l"cr.nt;t-tlt,l. k t, aanae. VI, May lV,i-7i. douo it.J mat fuUoa a pnrM.l.cil rtuiMr. IU. Iiatd, iuciuouhI lu.iur luai iiu i lodged io Urn caul paaunoa t rov"! Willi a ' ( .tmlu-.lH.n.. ih. Blrvrattoa and tuflimaia- tun .utfdu.d mud butitd. lb. vatuo tu.tubtoa nu. Imloraof tha Ik id nr. rlrauaed acd panned Cvu.nuiuuuailjr lia fc-iiuu ia lli.t of a p erf id panTyitif atria, iiwuronni ia na en iiii-ourd tua .town Ui. and jvuma Ilia daatrui-UT. aR.nl ia .laurrtatl iljaaaaca. Sanford's Radical Cure. 18 a Inril ami rvin.utational rmdf , and la ap Dlird Iu tho bu.I iaoai:a bf maunUtmo with IU". batjford'a lwpreTod lnbihna; Tnbc, abich accomiiauira radi Lutll. If of cliirsr; and inUsru.l! ur oonaiituiionallT. aherv, l-t H. oi'tiua na lli. niBi-ua oiimm at tb lliroai and alomaili, il (rcr. lli. aratna Iruu tue xnuo p.D.roi.a ,r ( iiirrh. Vulil tin fund tvaull i. tau-iM uu ui.iibuivi.1 ear can o m.i. 1'bu. tl uuiieu aOun 01 tin. rvtu.lr ia auiri- ur Ui .11 otliara ur combination of otUara. SanLrd's ltudical Cure HAS voraad a r.Tuliitiiin la tb treatment of l attrrb. It baa Uaotuiiatratsd baruud all donbt tint Una, ilim-tK' u iu it. aevcro.t turina ia curable, and that corofurt aud bappin.a mar bf made to folio, yeara of tutaary, inn ol aur frnnn, b a paratotaot na of it, 1 1 method of traatuiont orimnatiHl bv l'r. tjauford. via., tb. local and eonaiilutiouai, b a r.moily proparad by diatillatlon.la tbe ciulvonr ut.r onaren to Hie pubbc tbat will bear tb leat of tiro. Sanford's Radical Cure la Prepared by Distillation. IVKItr plant aud herb tbat yialilaita madioal j sraeuc to it ia plaod in an improred atill and tbor unoKlod with a aoWent liquid, wbicti, by heat, I mad to paaa oar Inio me raeaucr, boariUK with it the healing eaaenora or juioea of th.aa plauta and berba, free from avxry contain iuatiou. nui aud oolorloaa. iliua tb active medical couatituante of tbouaand. of pnunda of berba aiay oe ooudenaea into a very email com lu'tbiawey Hammed' IUuicai. Ucaa Ii aire.ti'd of the mux-aiini', worihle.a foaiurea of all olber remediea, wbile it earalir proper tu a are inorvaaed U-nf( 11. It ia poaiti.ely tb grrateat medical triumnb of trie age. Each paciageooutaiua Ur. Sanlord'a Improved Inhaling Tube, with full directions for u in all caaes. Trice, II. 0U. For aale by all wholeaale and retail drufrKieta thronghout the United Slate. WEEKS k rOTTEIt, General Agente andTi'bole aale CruRRiata, Boston. H COLLINS' VOLTAIC PLASTERS An Electro-Galvanic battery combined with tbe celebrated medicated porous strengthening plaster, forming tbe best plaster for paiusand aches in the world of medicine ELECTRICITY Aa a grand curative and reatorative agent ia not equalled ny auy elrinuut or medicinu in tun bia- torr of tbe bealina art. Unions the vital nrk haa fled tbu body, rtaloration by meana of elec tricity it poaaime. it ia tne laat reaort or au pbyaiciana aud 8iireon.,atid jat reHcued Ibone aiida, apparently dead, from an untimely grave wbea soother human iL'eucy weuld auoueeded. Tbia ia tbe leading curaative element in llila plaster. BALSAM and PINE The boating properties of our own fragrant balsam aud pine and the guma of tbe East are loo wen known to reiimre aeacnpuoD. ineir grateful, healing, eoothiDg and atrengthnniug prupertiea ar well known to thouaande. Wheu corn I iued iu aooordance with lata and import diacoveriea In pharmacy their heainig and atreuEtbeninir pronertiea are inereaied teufold. In thia n apect our l'laater ia tb beat ia use witbout the aid of electricity. TWO IN ONE. Tbna" combined we have two grand medical aseut io one. each of which aerfonua It funo lioo and unitedly produce more cure than any liniment, lotion, waah. or vlaater ever before compounded in the history of medicine. Try one. ran -a lk.its. , Sold by all druggeate. and sent on receipt of 25 cent for one, 11.2 for ail, or t'2.25 fur twelve carefully wrapped, and warrauted, by WEEKS fOTlt.lt, I'ropriutore, Boaton, Alaaa. ol-lw JJOMESTEAD SUPER-PHOSPATE. Tbe lest Fertalizer Known. For Sale by J. C. RLACKMER, Manchester, Depot, - Vermont. gTILLMAN'S ELIXER OF LIFE, Sure Cure for Cancer, SCROFULA, RHEUMATISM, SORE T H RO AT, CATARRH, DYSPEl' ISIA. COSTIVKNESS, Chronic Diarrhoea, Liver and Kidney Dueaaea, and all Uiseaaea, and all Disease arising from Iuipo- riiies of the Blood. OB KALE AT Wait A Haul'.. Mancheoler aud Factory Point Oeo K. Uavia', t'.ra ; O. Baahee, I'awh-t, F, lolio.ori. Weal l'awlel. its l ij OTATOEi FOR SALE l'u J. C. BLACKMER, . Manchester Dcoot. - - Vermont. CARPETS! CARPETS ! ! f urnturE ixjri.ixriTTjrLii:. Therhapt pier in Vermont to l-oy "or Ferkiior and CarpoU 1. of t W tiTEAflNS, hTi o, T. I'rtoe a.'wa lb Wwe.1. Nw larpais and mst)is Forkitareo rsaly. J. W. STEARNS, No. 9, MerxLaoU Row, Rctlsjid, Vt. 2225. Kiom JJ.iim to M lutpolmr, t BiiWa and back, tlin-v ti.- a !-. lUiriin Mnadat, ttwlueiday, and Prblay at 'i v ni Arm. at Monlpein r ff Jpei. lta kbtuiii.hur tloodar, Viedata bay and Pri. day at 4 l.i p m. im at tt.rnu by S y ai. llond r.iu,r.4 vrilb bid, I1W Pnwar Invited f-r an luius-a-week a.rvice, with kctiedui I ai-partar.s aoa aitivai laauy acpt SiinJajj al earn boura. u.inj for n t iiun.-s-a-.ftk s.rvuo, ijij. From lanby Four Curuer W Iiaubj, i nnlna.id back, lines time. a keek. Ltavu Uauliy Four t urner Tuesday Tkuraday, and baturdav at li ni. An1ve at lauby by 1 p in Leave Lauby t wnli.v, Tharaday aad ftatnrdaj at 9 ji in . Arnw at lunby Four Cornera bv 4 pm. iwuil i.uird wun uu, tinu. tiX Imib OranVil.e to Hancock, S milea aud tack, ih i.o lima, a w.k Luare tiriuv.lle Tuetdiy, Tliureday aud Halur- tlav at 7 p ai. Arrive at llamo k by S p w. Leave llauco. k 1 ueiday, Tbiiraday aud Saturday ai p in. Arri'e at tjianv,lle by tl.15 u m. ,, llond ricnuiui with bid, I1UU. 22211. From Llnoolo to priotol, 41 milts and back, six timea a week. Loiive LiBcoln daily, etoept Sunday, at 4 p ui. Arrive at liii.tol bv u ni. Leave lln.tol daily, except Sunday, at 6.45 p m. Arnve ai l.iuoulu by a p at. Uoud l ti, u. rod wilu bid, IH V, 2'W,. From Mi'UIetuwa Hprmg. by at l'oult- ai y.lo I'oullney, n mile aud back, aix titura a Wue. Leave MiJJleUi.a Hjirngs daily, eixipt Bunday, at 11 a m. Arrive ai Kmllney by lp in. ' l.eavu t'oullurv ually, except nunilay, at 1 p m. Arrive at Middleman Springs by 3 p m. liona requite t aim uiu, huu. 'JU2H. From North Cambridge to Cambridge, 4 milea and back, twin a week. Leave North t'auibridgo Wednesday ami Friday am am. Arrive at Cambridge bj O.luatu Leave Cambridge Wednesday and Friday at um a ui, . i Arrive at North Cambridge by 1U.45 a iu. oond reiiuircd wittt bid, riuu. 2229. From North Falilax to Baiut Alba in, i mile and back, twice a week Leave Korth Fairfax Tuesday -aud Haturday at a m. Arrive at Haint Albans by 9 am. Leave 'Jaiut Albana Xuotday and Batnrdayat Ham. Arrive at Ndtih Fairfax by 13 ni. ' llond reiiuuud withiiid, f 1UU. 22:10.' Ftuutrtalnt Albana liay to Saint Alliaua, 111 milea and baok, un co tunes a week. Leave Saint Albana Hay Tuesday, Thur.dty ud MHturasy at 0.30 p m. Arrive at Haint Albana byfi.30 u in. Leave Saint Aibana Tuesuay, Tliureday and Batardav at 7 tin o m. Arrive at tjaiut Alliuue Bay by p iu., , Bond rcqnired with bid, till1). Proposals invited for aii-liines-a-week larvice wun ecueuuie 01 ueparturea ana arrival (daily, except Sunday) at same hour, lijud for oixHiuos-a week service, HOU. 22lil. From tipper Fsl'ii, by I'erkinaville, to North Npringueld, 5 miles aud back, aix time a Week. Leave t'pper Fall dally, except Panday, at 'J.Sil a in. Arrive at North Springfield by II a m. Leave North ISpringnelC daily, except Huuaay, at i a in. Arrive at Upper Falls by 3.30 p iu. llond required witu mil, mm. 22,12. From Weybi-ldge Lower Falla to Middle- burv. 0 mile and back, three liui.a a week. Leavo Weybndgo Lower Falia Tuesday, Tbura- day aud Haturdav at l.w V m. Arrive at Middiebury by 4 p m. Leave Middiebury Tuesiay, Tbureday aad 8t- uroay at u p. m. Arrive at YVeybridge Lower Falla by 7.30 p m. Bond reijuireu wnu uiu, iuu. . . ,. '22.13. From lloidoville ta West Enoaburg, 2 miles and back, three (lint's a week. Leave llnnlovllle Tuesday, Thursday aad Satur day at 8a nu , Arrive at West Enosburth b7 9 a ni. Leaas Wost Kntwbargh Tot day, Thursday and Saturday at 9 3d a in. . - Arrive at Bordoville by 10.30 a m. a Bond required with bid, f KM, 22.14. Ffiirfi South WardsboroUKb. to Warila- borouKli. 3 Biileo and baok. three time a week. Leave Houth Ward.borough Tuesday, Thursday and naturuay at 3 a ni. Arrive at Wardsbonineh br 6 a in. Leave Wardaborough Tueiday, TbursJay aud Saturday at 7 a m. Arrive at South Wardsburougb by 8 a m. Bond required with bid, f 100. 2'2'W. From WcHGuoi gia, by Georgia Plalu and (ieorgla, to East Georgia, b milea acd back, six times a week. Leave Wist Oeorgia daily, except Monday, at earn. Arrive at East (taoriria bv 10 Si a m. Leave l art Ueergia daily, except Handay at 1 p m. Arrive at Weal Oeorgia by 6.H0 p m, ' Bond required itb bid, IIUJ. For forms of proposal, bond, and a. rtiflo. and also lor im truetioin as to tbe conditions to be embraced in the contract Ac. Be advertise 111 1-11 1 f tin. date iu ptoiphUt form, Inviting oronuaitls for mad s irvuju in tb fltat of Vsr- ruout, to be fonn 1 at llin terrnliitl p t ofli ies of iheabuVH t'oiii-s, ui n Ik hast oa appnoaumi to the heioud Aatsianl 1. Jl umcra.. Bids sh', 11 i be sent in wil.d envelopes, in porKcriued "il.il ui-ouuiats. oiale of V.iiaonl,' and ad Iri'.std to li e hrcoud Aanntant I'oal- maater tten -r.l. - J - ' 4w !. M.,)rX l'oito.Usr (leaeraJ P.VRM FOR KALli-Tbo place koow-t a Ibe Wua. Loooard Farm .nuat.d one mil from fiondvi He. on aiace road to Manchester. haul firm c intHiii. 140 aci.s Welt linitmred, with a tl kiln, house, barn aud apple oiehard. AUo a e.M,d Circular Haw Mm IKIiKo tituated 1 Jamaica aa a lame atreaai of walwr. IS fmt head. 15 bono power. L'oublr bmiae, laru, biackauuth (hop anil iiu acre una. 1 ernia a.y. , Apply to or ad irta MAI.K I.I VF.ItllOltE Sly Jauiauia, Vl an AUtNI WANTiO fOH THE OniENTAL womD fa 1 tMh.Mii. iTwi'Wa sa ansa m .rmtns K.& id. s c.u.,4ru liiatrv p.s1m1m4 ul ttis cvaalrlca Utvuivwl 1 114 KussianTarkishWar That fT-nat mrm U It pwsmII M iM, at! t 1rrA m )t th fMUtt banrs It i lvt ar4 ttii tsk um iri t r. um Mm iuy-X--jA Ot fat atarllattf .,. wr pT.II'h(t OaW Ajf-lal a-Jd atHM Us svsf Htrtar. I ftsa wk ; 91 MtoaMwVii, AVFra. rl .fi siia t la O vry irtTcUsti If wt, Wy Vcrwf 4s 4J- iua 1W 7" l.m. lavtid fr ,ir Krtsw Tvm 1st ArtU. 4 ftl aV aa r-iprVoH U, a nraf sk I 4 )aVljf- tut oatnariw A41a A, U. W-?i.iuW s Cu fuWiaiiTa, llrtgsTi, Us. WANTED. Es pent need Traveling Anu it caovato sack town and county for Mltc-hcir New CkMieral Atlas '., 1077. Jt compiling fr en-enrre. Tb wollaareed fax of U.10 nU..h.r'a ptavlona work radar tb preoenuuoa i f tin.. Io th most IntetugsBt a i.-ei-Je'ioi... tioin in or. pint ant and preiita.Ua ihaa oiduiary aavaui-, while aew featttres ar ao suaiioa a t gala ItiWcpUua of thoa ah hi forisie aa. I ar paruenlara, drtalara, ihom tt gruaad. A, addrt. JM. li. rcscAft. bhcham, CUt4da C" Vt., tt',ia tieuerai Agent Iur Vraattt. SB tlurbagtun, ia asoiiined N r tho tii-ane of the Mlue, ab.B and wb.i all ertdilnr who have proved ttiir debt, and other p.roa in Intti ..I, ma allaad and show can.-, if any they have why lb prater l as id lilio should kot i' grained. l aled at Purling ton, oa tbe 4lb day of lis t, 177. M 3w 11. It. hMAU.KT,('l.rk. VOTICE IN L'ANKRLTTCY. Tbia la to give Dtie 1 that on Ih. 17th day of May, a. . 177. a warrant la bankruptcy wa issueil agalaat tha estate if ll.vuol.i. Carpenter A Co., ol l'ownal IB the County of lu-u-Bingliia, and klaie of Verototit, who have br.n ailjudgMl bankrupt nn their creditors' petition: that lb payment if any debts and dhvi ry of any properly belonging to anl bankrupt., to tbm or fur th.ir aa, and Ihe trauafir of any properly bv them ar fnrbtddea bv law: thai a Bin ties' f Ih ctediUira of .aid liankiupts, to pniv their dents, and 10 ehwse oa or mor. aaaigneiHiot Iheir ealale, will be held at a Court t.f Bankruptcy, to be holdrn at the ofhco of Wriiiht a Hotel In JleuniUKloo, In Ihe County i f Iteuuiug too and State of eiiniHd, hrfor Vi . .11 Yeaacv, Esq , Ih-gister, oa the 4ib da of Juno, a. n lsn, at B o'clock, a. a. THOMAS FUM Y, Mw Deputy C. 8. ataiahal, as Mesoengi-r. BANKRUPT SALE. In It, llollisler A King, Bankrupts, I will sell at (itblic auction the following real estat and personal prperr, at th. Ci.lhurn House, iu Fac'ory Point, County of B.nuingtnu and Mat. of Vermont, on Saturday. Jun. Uih, 1H77, oommeDcing at 10 o'clock A, M., and con tinning until said real estal personal piopertv la sold, vl ; Ihe borne farm of Edgar II. llol lisler, wher th said Hollist.r bow rosidea. oou laiuiug about SO acres of land, together uh ihe farm baildinga, subject to liouiestutd right of said bankrupt and two moilgax amounting to about $27.".o, duo life liasn of ta d llollisiui'a father. Th properly on Fsulory t'oiut kuown aa tb Oilmaa Wilson property, consisting of dwellliiK house, bakery, grocery, Ac , and about on half acre of land, euhjtct to Hire moitg age. amonntieg to abont tl7il Th property an ractory I'omt known aa th Latanrook prop erty, consisting of dwelling bonsesnd about one balf acre of land anluert Io three mortgages amounting 10 .boot lliUKI. Alsi one piece of woodland situated 1 VMnhall and btlug apart of Lot No. 1 In tbe ltib range of lots in said town of Winhall, containing about 4 1-S acrea. Alto tb followlag peraoual property, one span nf heavy team bor.ee, one yearliag 00 It, one wagon box with two aeats. M. H. COLBUI1N, Assigne. Fachwy Totnt, Vt May 21, 1S77. aw M0TICK IV BANKRUPTCY. 11 la tbe Mattor of liullister A King, Bank rupt. In Bankruptcy. In the District Court of the United State for tho Pi.lrict of Vermont. The undersigned hereby give notice of his appointment aa Assign., ot tlollisler A King, of Manchester, in tb County of Benniuglon and tital ol Vermont, within said dietrict, who are adjudged bankrupt upon th petition of Edgar B. llollisler, sue of the partners of the Dim of aid llollisler A King, by Ih lustllct Court of said Dislriut. M.B.COEJIUliM. Assignee. Dated at Manchester, May 'ilat, 1877. l-3w flUARDIAN N0T1CK " TO BELL BEAL ESTATE. SraTSor VaaaonT, Maneheatnr lout int. as, In a Probate Court held at tlaucucstcr within and for said Uiatrict oa tho 21st day of Jltyx. b. 1H77. Present, Bon. . B. Burlon, Judge. Jose nil YV. llichardson guardian of Surah P. Usvnolds, Mary K. iteypolds, Minute E. lleynold and Lena A, Ileynolds, minora, of Manchester In aaid district, makes application to said Court for license to aell the following described real estate of said wards, to wit: All their internet iu the l"l lowing real estate to wit all tbat real estate in said llano ester deerribed In a deed from Wil liam H. llawley and Ellen llawley to Mial Rey nolds dated May 7th, 1S57, representing that tbe aal thereof, lor th purpose of pulling Ihe Drooeedeof auch aal at lutereator investing me same in etockaor real ealate, would bebeneliclal to said ward. Whereupon, it ia ordered by laid Court, tbat said application bo referred to a sua sion thereof, to be held at th Probate Ollioe, in said Manchester, on the 27th day uf June, a. u., 1877. for hearing and decision tbereou; aud, it ia further ordered, that all persons interested he notified thereof, bv publication of nolle of aaid application and order thereon, three weeks suc cessively In the Manchester Journal, a newspa per, published at Manchester borora aaid time of hearing, that they may appear at aaid time aud place, and, If they e cause, object thereto. A true record, Attest, E. B. BURTON, Judge. A true copy of reoord, lSw Atteat, F.. B. BUIITON, Judge. N CHANCERY. Bttk or Vraaoxr, Bennington County, as. Jasks A. Siiki.ijox, 1 rs. I Juno J eru William Uoacaiar asd I A. li, li77. Thomas K Bki.iik, j H Acitov, Jameo A, Sheldon, of Unpen, In the County of Benniugti-D, liai llled with the Clerk of the Co'it ol Chancery in a'lil lor sain coaniy bis Bill of Ouiap.aiut for Hie purpose ot fore closing a mortgage, and thii-eiu etttiug forth in substaiic that on the first dsy of April, JM70, William Moncrief then of said Itupert, but now of Otlowa, La Salle ooiiuly, in the atale of Illi nois, duly executed 1 1 Thoi.is Been., of said Ku purl, ui on gave deed o! ci tain land Iu esld Itupert, described as follow. : 11 inndi-d north erly nu laud of James L. Mi-Call, easterly by the buhway. s.uthorly oa Ian Is (tln-ll) occuoled by William Mouciief, and westerly by isnda of Ira V hheldoa and Ibooias ,1. Beoba. It tiring lin es inn laud deeded to me this dr y by I bonus v. liebe aud aifu, eoutaiiiiuK loiiy acre lis the same more or less ftetd lot of laud being the same lot deeded loTlmims X Hi she the Hth dty of April 1S05 by Janes I,. MeCall,enditloiied for thr paymwitof uxloen bund red dollars and Ihe interest auuuslly, a a)..eiht-J in right piountt enry petes, bearing even dale with said nislrn ment and made pa) able to Thomas .S. Ilcebe or bearer, signed by aaid Vi illiain Moiicm f, Tne II rat not of two hundred dollars psyable Apill 1st, 1H71. tbe eeooud note of two bun iri-il dollars paab a Ai ril 1st 1M72, aie! theiemainlng notes payable on tbe tlrat clav of April in each year tberoalti-r ending April 1st, ll.'l. And further aeiuug lorth thai the aaid M ri cher paid to aaid Bee he tbe fir.l note tit at Ml dne, aud that oald Baebe on Ihe Hth itay of April 171 sold tha four bo'ea nut to fall lu to one .Seymour ilarwood, and at Ike eauie time executed upon tbs beck of arid rnortiraga an aa igutneut tnereof to .aid llarwoel, and iielivirred and muitgaga, ao aatlxoed, Io aaid Harwood as a oecarity lor the paimsut f said noti-s And while Ihe aaid Uwwood so held aad owned aaid leer n tea aad morgan the a. id M-.m-n f paid and took ap Ih Bote which matured April 1st, 1H72 Aud afterwards oa lu. kr.t day of Jun. i7S. the ssid Vyoioar barwoo-i cold and ibliv red to aaid Jaiuea A. A'beldou his three niuiii ing aele., purehawed by bim of id Beebe as aforesaid, aud at tha eaine uai executed upon tb peck ol aaid Biortgaiie au o.lnnmtut th. i. of and delivered the .am. so assigu.d to .ai l ftl .1 duB a a .erqrity for tbe payment of .aid tbr.e Git; and Hiatal Ihe luse of and last lueu liooed ssalgaiueut all the bio traiiafernd to .aid Aheblob wr due, while sum of th. n-det retained a id held by and Ueb w r due. And further selling foith that aud ktoticnel .aid aud citiv. vi 1 Mid iuortte'l pr.o.i-. i Ui oulboajs lAlug and moved to i he .lac of llhnoi.. and that .aid Lalng in Apr 1, 11 7. c.n. veyed by onit-cla m dtr-d the sain. pria.i4.a in said Tbunj.sft Beebe. T hai the aaid uiortxaged preiuiaea baa bo lui.d nils th.raou, and thst tb. in-d iiotr worth th amount for wan h il was mortgaged and ia not now wixib ao inneh aa th smount of eatd beklus thre notes. That said Micldoa bas re-io.t.d aaid, Beeba to pay him tbe emoanl of hi. Uire mU- and uk th land, but Ih.t said lll. r.fuaed ao to do. aid decJaiod that the knd wa not aortb th awioanl of said nol. aad that p atiou d nevr redeem 'Ji. nai; aud prating that the e.jOity at rsxUiuptioB of th aai-1 Vtilham Moncrief aud Tii.wu v- b and all elaiiumg ander thee, m,y h. furl.. I9fl. And it appeann that lb. aid Vt liharu Moncrief reoides oat of the Aiale of Y.rmoet to wit at Ottawa, ta t .lai l lisi no a. It is ordered that said Vidlum'.M onenef b aouned Iu appear before th. Cuort of I bait eery net t to b. bolden at ltaBbster. aiibm ana far taaeoaaty of B'eeioriou. oa lb. fii.t Taeaday of Joe., . li., IHTl, to ma. an.r t tb forvgomg bill of j.iioi.!, an I that In eabaleiK of said bill tugelh.r with th a order b pa'jU.bed thre stiweswiv.iy la tb. Given eador bjV kand, at Maw bister Is .aid Cos my of Btkbiagton, tin ii day of M.y a u. Sn. so- Jw H.I. POWLl. B, Hepo'y CIms . VOTICE. 1 her. by gl It. antic that I Save .iv.a son ( ha. Ire 11. Kendall bi. uih darmf kf. : io. 10. U r ni bia mioority and .ball .laiai non. l Ins .ages and pay an debt of t awttlravtiBf a!li lb., ual. habti.ftt a. lESPal.K l'.ond.ilb'. Yt,. May Mk, 1ST7. . S1-3W NOTICE. Having said n,t Intrr.st la Ih riaarant sad bakery ai Factory point, I h.rabv aolif, all pr- i-is tad, bled to Bia ta call and tti Iwaisdi- atrlv, A.nisHor, Haling par, based lb bnsinMS of A. Biskep, t ihall in iilmne Ih Mine, keeping at ail limee a gnml a.aortnieiil of I'oufio llou.ry, auto, frails, i.rana a, etc., vi-e.lahlee la th.ir huh als ciooi'. tiK-k of llavana ciaara, J. HAnRlMITON. I actmy Point, May let 177. M It'll R VaT OK TO RKNf.-My farm iimtatiduK UM seres of lead attested ia tlieuoith part of Mincbvat.r, Vt. Insult. of ar aildrrss liaiiuey Howard, Facloty 1'ixnt, Vt., ur th niidetiigii.d It UATF.b H. BAIINABD, Troy, K.T. 0OR SALE. ONE TOP PHAETON And one buggy both in good condition, alao one single bams baiueaa and tan breast- piste baruca', oue et tboui nearly n.w. M. if. COLBCaS, Factory Point, Vt., May Hlb, IS77. H-im $10 to $100 S Invested in Wall St. atorie kes fortune av.ry niostb. s.ut rr. aiplalulag tverytbing. litree BAXI EIt A CO , Hanker, 17 Wall St., N. T. OENTS WANTED. I want agents ' to canvas, for th Masonic ll.conl. kLa of llieriKbt kind can make from 110 Io IIS per day. Territory given in Vermont, New Hampshire, or th entile atale of Maine. For fuither particu late applv lu or kddrcei ' ' 0. J. WAIT. Sept. 21, H 73. Mauchealer, Vt. yciio 7 TAKE NOTICR. Teacher of Bennlugton County desiring ex- Arltugtorrt June 1st, at til o'elwk a. m, Kiaanaa Hons will contluu two daya olosiug an Saturday in time for afternoon return trama. Tbe cxanii- naliou will be lu writing upon Arithmetic, Civil lloveriimcnl, Orography, Orammar, History and Orthography, with oral exaainatiou upon other subjects rrquirod br law to lie taught ia com mon schools of this atale, Applicants mast bung teslimoniala from a Tnwn Superintendent ant school commit ten showing that they has taught auccesafully for 10 weeks la thia state. Coiiimnuicatliuis Io be directed to IU. L, U, Palridge, North Bennington, Vt. L. 0. FATHIDUE, K, W. HliWK, M. H, BATES, 1-lw ountv mining Board. New Millinery Goods For hriiiK it ml Summer, 1 would aay Io the lediea of Manchester aud vicinity that I have just returned from Now York, bringing with me an elegaut assortment of Millinery (lends, which 1 have selecl.d with great care and which I am aur cannot fail to pleaao all Ihoan Who may favor we with their patronage. Iharu Straw. Silk and Chip Hate in th Normandy and other new ahapea, trlmmei and untrimmed, also a beaulihd.aud very choice assortment uf Flowers. Silks and Ribbons in new anil ver desirable shades. I he HUCIIINO, LUCK, BCAKFS, OOl.LAHS, NECK TIES and ElKilNdH, and all gorxla usually kept in a milliner store. I la, spent six ws.ks is New York aud viaited many ef the moot fashion- able place and wholeaale millinery etare aad takeu great paina to know whet garment or worn moat and bow to make them. 1 bar ata many entirely new pattern uf Dolmans, Sacques, Basques and Overskirt8 for lailie aud children. My good will be (old do ap and all work la tbe Dress Making and Millinery will ha dona to giro satisfaction. nan, i.. v, niutarir.Ui, April 17, 1K77. 40 NOTICE ! Having sold aif inU-rostin tb Carrlag bust ties to I'. H Kelley ail aeeouuia .ln said l.uiluses are payable to him. V. OltoVKIt. NOTICE! Hating purcbaied of T. Orovar kie Carrlsg buKiness. sik k snd ii o'iuuls, 1 am prep.isd i pr.p.isu iu do Jobbing Work cheap lor eiab. Carriage i. Carria I'siutiug aud Triiunuug a spseislt. 1- II. KaLLKY. Faeleiy Point. Vt March. IS77. 44 ACCIDENTS Will happen In tha beat raKulatad families. Buy a policy aaraTlnat all blnda of acoldanta for Day, waah c.r Year at tho lowaat rata of rw. Inr A ft r n . Mannhsst.r. v. v. Boynton, Factory Point, or af iniiaa, uonningion, II A II! VIKIJ-" I l 1 1 1 111 Vt """ 11 ,,um ''"" 111 11 11 IJtllJoot w turning gray. It als. i ur- a that unnleaaaut itchiug that is lb pri liide of tha lino aducny. Bemuveo dandruS aud cures all di.esae of the koalp. ltavakeea nice sbampi o and dit osmg lor ladies' and ebll I'. n heads, ss il removes tbe dsndfoff aud dirt, keeps the ht cool, and Usvm lbs h t a ifi aud e'-alp loan. Try it aud yua wiB aa au other. Aak drugKlsis aud iori ham fur It erryhi, or s.nd 7e. to m for Dial bottle. Addi. ss C. W. Hit lUIWmON, t.rnet Vt. Sold in Manehcster by Wait A Hard and V. flrover. VV.lis, ltlehardwm A Co., llorimgtua, Vs., whole ail agent. ' M IN BANKRUPTCY. - f 1 I'isTBH-r or VraBorr a. Tb underaigned her. by gl koteseaf hi sppoiiitnient a Aaaigoc iu liwikrapU-y of ( .'btrtet K. Young of ktanchr.tar, ta th eouBty ef ileniiiut-ton aud slate of Vetni'ml, with I said di.tiii-t, wno is aoiadgwl a twukiapt apoa bi rredilirs petntou, by the li.tiit Coarl of aaid; I'lStlll t listed at Ma-u-.be.ter, Vt .alaf I b, 177, AssiiTrM'rslir A very valuable Farm con taining 100 acres of choice land, lii.ig ii the old Col. Baker farm, eltaabxf la Factory I'utut, (lsnt.ri Vt? is oS.r.d f.ir s.:o. H .!,., bare aad oalbuildikge are ta r'eid ciii liuoii. Il, sr. is a ouger orchard ot S'xj ui ou th. plaee, ato a wood lot of II acres It is In lb- lumrdiat vlctally of -hooa, rburthes, railroad .tatlou and loon of tbMiot dm'raole plac. ia the town of Maswhaour. ft land i. uf r-.-'l quality aad aiy Ulasd akd tb trf-at.oa make, it of jocb mors ISa ordinal y vein., aad IT MUST BE SOLD. For terms end lliforliiaUo UvjOll. of at. a COLIIt'lt , Aat. I acttiry F.ini, 1 1., Uwh P, 1S77, 44