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THCU'XUT, MAY li, I". IIIIUI TIO IMtl.toa. (mui Vaaaa, taw I tCADCTT, r st a unr. .. erne- cixu. . t'.i savm. I -..-- IM Is . IVf. .- I t . a.-W f It i r . ,-!? . IMt. ,-ttaJ. ii i . - To its.. t . .-. It r, sv f ttMsw., ! . rrptif lal. tmn IIKt-a. ! If ii a I J, txairwaa, I'rofnetdr. trrM ! IUrtMtt ftir4 Moata. 4Uf a4 fn4ra II . a. rtH4, Tfdatn4li at 1 . fW arrtl W Ifc U ftb Nmlii. K. W. aarra, TrvftmU. mta at m-atat rai!fa.4 itput MuaJ)t 1 a4aaaaya aa4 frvUy ai I r, a. HTaai, laaa Main4f rulroad J'jK.t TmIt, Tal4i ad nlwJijt at II 4. , ft Hmtl W It a. m. Irua f ief Murih. from wiw(rry (o (Ittt&r. . 0. Ct am, I'ntlw. Malta l law, tOCTtf- Br !1m4 M Albaar.Trvy tuU aa4 WM at ( Ju aaf 1 1 Mi t. a. loUTU-hf ruiroad fr Kgtiai.J, rsarUi.titoa Kana aa4 a 4 . anaKru.t.i aa hj u ptJttT Ornfta ffia 7 . . l t r, a Hail fiwaa lb Kurla arrtn al lh fual om. . tl t at a, a. Mall tana Ik tialk tmt al tl foal () II ava. a. Mula fw F. Iiulf rt, HuuJtiIIo, Jamal. at tf, riaMp ai KarT I'oinl I'uain). Mil a. a. Tlaya, TbninUja im HaU ar4a. Trla(rfh ( Oaa fraai . i.tolr.a. MiKcutarrKR. Tta Klca llooaa will trbibljr "open tat b!lM till I acaaoa. We audcraland ilt txptct arriralt oa the Mb I tut . A parly from (bit villagt ttarted tblt Btornliig for Bourn xitid, lo bt gone atftra dayi. Tbt fiali will bare a fine opportunli to ba eaa(bl. Tktrt waa a bard tbowtr wilb bail aoooajpaoimctil br Friday afternoon. No dataagt dout except aoroe wlmlow glau Wat broken, Aloaio Wyman loting alily, and Noble I'urdy over forty ligbit. Tbt tlorta wtamote ttrert In Arlington, SLafUbary, Sbntban and fc-alem, and wo bear uaryelont alorint about tbe ize ol tbt bail tlone. Tbey were uncommon ly large. Tbt faulty of tun late Her. Dr. Cutbman dtalrt lo rxpret Iboir gratcfal ckaowltdgemtntt to Hit many fiindi wno bate to attidaouily tougbt by pt r tonal aerrtct and deeJ ofkiiidncut In tbalr liint of beavy torrow to allerittt tbt crushing burden, aud aUo for the dtep and lender uipalliy inanifctled for them wbtn It pleated their Heavenly I'alber lo take to bimaelf their hnloveil buaband tod parent, L. C. Orvti in nrgoiiating with a view of renting the store formerly occu pied by llurd k Walker, and if tttKfic lory arrangements can be wade bo w'll in a few dayt put l:i a atock of fancy good, or alaeclolblng and geult' fur nltblng goodt, and perbapa bolb. Tbere It a dttnand bert .for both tbeie liuei, and wt bope lo tee tbe enterprise speedi ly and taoccailully eomummated. Ilettrt. Wait & Hard bave put tbe drag tlort at Factory Point in rfood run- nlng order again, aud "Clark" it there oa band, ready to attend lo tbe winii of eutomtr. "Jee" remain at tbe helm at tbe original eilabliubmcnt in tbi Til lage. At tbey now bave lo supply two (tore w lib stock they expect to be able to pnrchaxe good in much larger qiian lltlet than utusl, and coiucijuently at lower price. They will give their cus tomer the benefit of the name. Try I he in and prove It. Our lutnnadf lioiel proprietor com plain of the iew fUh and gnnie law, as having a tendency to keep people away who would tilbcrttiae come hcie, aud that aeveral instance of the kind have already occuritd. Ttl U a view ' ol the ae worth looking into. Would ii be a write policy lor ople hero who ric firoduce to soil or have any Inicrcat In tbe prosperity of a bailor which bring' a large amount of ru jiu-y la lln slate lo adapt any plao wbicb will tend lo keep people away 1 Tbe question ha rbore (baa one tide to ft , and ought to be well considered. Tbe sjttnbcrt of I'oal skinner, (. A, U , will meet at Factory l'olui, May Jtb at o'clock a. rn., and, after decorating Ike grave in that cemetery, pioceed lo IVtllwood ccaetery, tod afterward to Dortet, where atsnilar tcrvice will be btld. All Old aoldier aad the ople generally are invited to eaaUt. At Hjr ae( tbe school obildien and luetulier o tbe Good Templars lodge will attend ia a body. Martial tnaaio wi.l be furuiabt d y a bud jrow IjMaville, X, Y, The local comniite to tee I hat fbtrm are revided tad tbe proer arrangetnenis auade, are eotaradtt Cook, Black, Woosttr, nbr aad "I(iUS Kiiboru Teams will be pro Idt d fur the mnnUu ! ...... r i TWre will b a rai'ntad meeting io lie laiarest of U B. Jt W. railroad at lit Coort llouat ia tbi tiliag. furaJar evtaing, al 7I So'ctock. Ilou. II. D. Hani of liretlitboro, J, I.. Martin, 1 j of LoedonJeiry, and oUitr will ad - dreae tbe tBCOtiBg. It Is hoped that not only (be frieods of lUe proruMed road, bai (boat wbo are opposed u it or ind.f- frreat wilt const out, ant) a!o tbe UJ r Tbe people oa Ibe eaat aide of Ibe tuaun ala who obscrad so ubrraiy, aieim- J'"61 wbeiber we, oa thit aide, are ready to help or not, II will io a wU a iby bave the road will U Ul. If we bang back, or think tie toadwIilU boUtaoniebow without oar WMttlaec. we thafl Cod tursves bsdly '- L1 oe oat t(.d watt U beat lote done. "-. .v.., Uteat, dd oa MotJ.y, and wa. turid , arlth Mto5e boaon to-day. He K4 or a ril tH&y-tr years, "Walla Ptsst. AUOJ toiditra of IU Un kM ef Ult . .Ar Mjfa U.UrMr who artftol titr of 1U mJm i 'tHf , t.e, f rtl. U)4bS IU or-' tra ecu dialiy Dit4 W Jaia wita tbe J !r it Mr, Usui ! w r re.- j tsara4N l It Pott TU cUlklrtB of Or ;,.:. Ui Wife 44 twtwtJ lb jhiUj tcoooU taAt tbt ttlrariloa ol ) mii ar 4 7 L4 dbiHraa. j Uir lbr, trt alto rcjtsw 1 oi ' 1 try a Jv,'.! tr!, ha, AJ1 at i!b la U oUttlw ot tbt day. C. )jf ibtis, U. II. Wtu, R, of Nw A. BatKly, OtataaBiltr, A. A. Grant, V'! c'tt, U tit ,, tad tap- Aiotttt. TU foliowir.; It list ,n- jwitf l Mr. IU 1 tun iw atncf &ir j dr Siotr jf fr. Paries; Lis ist ak fats l i.rulbtr ttitsoaa bt MJ lor ' L ta anj doa bl Ibtf toaUl 10 toj-plf "iltr t.f r't.-. Mr. Half watt juuii ituj ty all nim tut blui. , M V III tTLN IHI-liT. "...t, ..., ant I.airra r nbsntr. tn , .. . " Aud Bi trt bttr mtsf trot tloritt .-.--- -TU tturtlir tilgbt Iraiot trlil ttu ! at !fu !t)iit al J'):4.j o'clock, comiueu- riilj oil I Lis .''--lb Vi. II. Ku'lrrluu bat bit tllemire janlt-n ;MfJ, aud weold likt to takt cjnliri io furnifb ftuiitt with cboiot Trjjelahi. Tl -rt Ii a !kfuf J ctniut lit thl "burg" ibil bai a rrtaia amouo t of trkiej to da erery trtDt-fuar boon. Tbat ia bit mia.ljn bert, and wtll be per farm it, loo. The road belarteo (bit and I'adorr I'oiut, knowo at tlie meeting liouM) bill road, bai Ireta thoroagbljr rt pairvd mi lrr the uirrviloii of aelect u.u Jaiuet I.tmauu. iMi.r.T. There will be a tuaeiiug in tbe inter et of ll.c ft. .( W. K. It , at K haul beuae ballon Wadnes.ity evening, My IWib, at 7 o'oloi k. The meeting will be al dretaed by lion. It. I. I'arii of iirattle horo, and J. L. Martin K' , of Indon derry, and others. L"t Dial show that she is wideawake initio good cause. :TIjc ladies are aiso Invited to be preseul. It Wa big enterprise, and ia order to bave it inecetd, w- mutt all take bold and pub. WEST UlTCttT. The auuual moeting of the Disciple of Christ lor the etaiern district of New York will be held with the cbnrcb at thit place, commencing Juno 8tb, at 2 oclock p. in , and continuing over the fol lowing Sunday. Minsters from New York City, Brooklyn, Troy and Danbury Conn., arc expected lo be iu attendance. KAST IKJKSKT. D. L. Kent & Co. bave been enlarg ing, repainting and refurnishing their oflice here, making it exceedingly neat and cotey. And why shouldn't Ibey? We are very glad that there I a proapect that the Field property here will be put In shape to run again. Tun Ver mont Italian marble I bound to beat in the end, and the more mills we bave sawing it, die sooner the people all over the conn try tiill find out its good quali ties. I'kKU. TIki pot oflice has been removed from the hotel where it lias long been kept, to tho store of J. J. llapgood Co. Mr. Davi of tho Urouiley House, is preparing fur summer boaiders, where a cool, pleasant, quiet home may be. found. Our sabbath school baa just been re organized for tho year, with Mr. M. B. Lyon a sujicrintendout, and witb nearly the whole congregation iu it, as usual. Mr. Alexander Corbet, of this place, Hi year old, hat read tho Bible through HO times. He was the late Rev. Dr. Cushman'a sabbath school teacher for tlx years, in Fair Haven, Vl., where Dr. Cusman't father preached and died.' Our sportsmen and others bave no great respect for the game and dog iawt, and use very undevont language In speak ing of them and those who made them. We bave big signs besido streams where amu-kral or a trout could hardly find water enough to drink. Mr. James L. lis) lies aud wife cele brate their goldcu wedding this week, A party of their descendants of two gener ations, and other friends from New York ci'y have arrived. Mrs. Dr. Miller, of New York, attaughlcr of Mr. Haynet, wrote the "History of l'eru" in the Yer monl (isawteer and HUlor'cal Magazine . The family are highly respected for Ihuir culture, Intelligence, aud worth. LAMx.UOVK. Tli school iu district No, 2 is langht by Mi Mirth Wilder. The (commodious house in Clarki ville, U'cly occupied by Mr. UictMrd'on, b hern rented fir a parsonage by the Methoditt society. We learn (hit a store is soon lo be opoued in thst psrt of the building fonnei ly ased for that purpose. At a regular meeting of the grangers April l.th, it was decided to observe Decoration Day, May 301 b. The chli ilien of the sabbath crhool and day schools and ieop!e generally art Invited to join In ilie exercises. went IOMWSHEKRV. The cheese factory coiuint need opera tions Monday morning. The friends of Dr. A. II. Dlxby will Ue glsd to learn that be does not design ren.ovliig fimn the place, as baa been i . I I.,,. !! ik. U. j rwiiiTH , uiti win Bunm! iu uuiiri 1"",!,o0 during ibe summer. The very soinreer like weather of lat week has bad a wonderful effect opon vrgeiation, and Main ureet begin to wear ii sonimcr gorgeoua apearaur. A nuiiibrr ot improvements ia build ing and painting aie uoticahle, and Others are in proaptci, among which will : be an aldiiiouto Ibe tsniage shop, tbe j increasing business of that establishment dfinnJing more room. anuKoruN, Decoration Dy, May SThh, wiil be observed btre. Theciiizeiii of tbe towa are rtuqeaied to ioia witb tie cotnradet of I)aj;(er Vtftl Ni)t Si 0 A. u t t p,,, observance ofihtsdsy. Oratioa ,,f Viu AiUrt CUlVl bfg,u Albao., at ; Xowa ,UI) M u 0.ckM.k t. M f moti : eaiW U ,j.rec1oB af D. W. Saffrd. ! Ater lU tiercUM w ,h ,D fr, ef uiirrs boiied ia is. Jeu cbarcb fui lhd ia ,be Htwmt.rty will U " - -"Ipraciiaooer (who bat beea a whole year f (baoider. TM gravetc-f aoldier. J1 , , nfntvrf ,irer) ba.Ul ia ih cemetery at Wtt ArUag-J,tHj concerning It. At home, tbe txam- gtasatst of the day: 1st, Heading of general older. Xod, Frtjerby tbe chap lain. .Vd, LcoraUta eorg by tbe Utot Club. 4 lb, OraUoa by IVtl. Albert Clarke, itb, Nng by tbe t.iee Ciob. i.b, Heading of poem by comrade Wjl lard Holdte. Tib, Iienedkiioo song by Usee Clab. Tbe proceasioa will then be formed la froat of tbe bail, and march to St. Jarue chnrcb yard, where tbe graves of soldier burled there will be decorated ia accordance witb Ibe ritual of tbe l'oat. After wblcb tbe procession will re-form aud proceed in team to the new ceme tery, where tbe grave of ildiert huri.nl there and in tbe CaLboiic cemetery will be deooraled. We hope a many will tarn out a possible and a:at the com rade of tbe poet ia tbi tad bnt pleasant duly. wuouroKt. Fruit prospect are encouraging, It tbe paper you are reading, paid for? Geo. Towa has gone to Michigan. Look out for counterfeit half dollars, also your thousand dollar bills. Geo. W. Sawyer aud wife returned to their i'ittaford home, Monday morn ing. A good name is the passport to sue ces. The world is bunting after good names. spring veal, bine glass, potato bugs and war topic are all tbt rtge now. Decorttion Day, Wednesday, May 30th. Snail we give It a little obaerv a nee? Three enter prising gents bave eo ttructed a boat and put it on tbe lake. You can use it If you have a "past." If some book ageut will bring arouud an inrxbaustive and reliable pronounc ing dictionary in the Kuisian language, we will not even kick bim. A rumor prevailed last week; that Jacob Harbour had died in bis wagon while driving from Beuuingtuu. Inas much as Jacob 1 gaining iu health, hi is yet a lively corpse. Two young lads tried the experiment of finding the way to the "sucker pond" one afternoou last week, and as a result tbey lost (heir way in the forest and passed the night alone. A resolutlou of sympathy and condo lence for the bereaved family of tbe late (lev. Dr. Cusbmau, to tenderly aud aff ectionately endeared to tbe beartt of the people of Manchester and tbe community at large, waa giveu during divine wor ship at tbe Colon Christian Church last Sunday, Evidently, Monday of last week wa an unlucky day In Woodford to handle an axe. Three men inflicted painful wound on their feet that day, and Alou . Ilutbaway, one of tbe unfortunates, has been in a critical coudilion since the accident, showing strong symptoms of lockjaw. At last accounts he was im proving. The areas of rain which bave prevail ed the past weeek bave giveu tbi section of tbe couulry a liberal share. On Fri day of last week tbe heavy thunder storm was followed by a terrific hail storm, which made tbingt jingle for a while. Hail atones, or rather cbuakt of ice, of all shapes came spitefully dowu. Some weighed half a pound, and one was found which measured 3 1-2x2 3-4 x 1 1-2 inches. A Here gala prevailed at tbe time which nproo.ed trees and moved tome old buildings from their founda tions. Vegetation bat come forward witb wonderful rapidity tiuce, and wilb a good microscope one can see things grow. OLD CHATHAM, N. T. Mercury lor three day pist, 8i lo 90s in tbe shade. Early planted potatoes are up, and to are the Colorado beetles, well dressed and re uly for action. The civil service lelorm, or aume other civil or benevolent intljriice, has offered a townsman of ours, Mtriin thi ber, the position of light bouse keeper al Siuet vesant Landing on the Hudson riv er. Mr. Shabt-r uived three )ear iu the late war, aud was honorali y diiiuhag ed at it close, aud will no doubt dis charire Ihe duties of the t ffisein an ac ceptable manner. We Were Friday visited with one of the most violent aud destructive storms of the teaou, accompanied with bail, which did eome damage to the rye crop aud broke tbe glass in windows that were unprotected by blind. Tbe wind blew at a fearful rate, partially unroofing Ibo bridge ovir the Klnderhook creek at Ihe Center Mills, and uprooting abjtit ii apple (teas in Ibe orchard of P. F. Colby aud completely demolishing the barn of Timothy McCarty, aud auotber oa tbe White larm. I he storm came up from (be southwest and In its devastations pur sued a course about northeast, ibe bail earreut being only about iwo miles wide but taken altogether, it came nearest to a hurricane of anytbiug In Ibia locality for many years past. "in sc at Mat wiTVscas." "The nineteenth century i Ihe age of novels,'' remark a literary historian he might have added wilb equal Irutti, "aud novel Impositions." $tn4id poliienesa has been pasaed off on a for native re finement, the form of devotion for Its essence, tnd speculation for science, tin til we look askance at every new person or thing, and lo an assertion of merit, in variably exclaim, "Trove ill" la bnel, Satan baa made bimselt so omnipresent, that we look for Ida cloven fool every where even In a bottle of medicine. Imagint a lady, having a complexion ao sallow that yoa wouid deny her claims lo tbe Caocaalaa type If ber features did not eouloran lo it, purchasing; ber first tx.iiie of ibe Gulden Medical Discovery . The one dolltr I paid In the very Identi cal manner la wbirb Mr. Taylor avgbt be expected to purchase a lottery ticket alter bis exrserianca with "No. Kt.UiJ," with this difference, bis doubt would be tbe result of personal experience, while bert would be founded ou what a certain I net ih botlte la.f se5lcbes!y, taste of lit contents cartiV. r, taket tbt pro scribed dose airra rarrfai:y, and then proceed to watch U result with at much anxiety a a pr.-4itiotrr woald coent the pa's beat of a dying man. t-M lake another do, and another, an 4 bow Ibe bottle to ber friend, telling tbm the "leelt better." Her skin kts it biiiioet tint, ber rrrt rrgsia their ios Ire, her aceastomed energy return, anj tbt I act that she purchases another boi tie is a sere wilnrts Ibst the has found tbt Golden Medics) Discovery lo be a reliable remedy for tbe disease indicated. Tbt IsJy wisely resolves that in future ber estimate ft any tntdicdnf will be baaed upon a personal knowledge o lit (fltvts, and not Uon what some pracli tioaw' (who always makts long bills rhyme with pill) mar say of it. Dr. Fierce is in receipt of letters frem hun dreds of the largest wholesale aud retail drngglats la tbe Unite! Mstea, stating tbst at tbe present time there Is a greater demand for tbe Golden Medical Discov ery tnd I'lirrstivt I'elleu thsu ever be fore. In tdectiout ot Ihe llrer and blood tbey are unsurpassed. DM. ailllAMI't lllTKM VITALlat.lt. Wa are authorised to guarantee tbi remedy for the cure of Dyspepsit, Inao tivt Liver, Sour btorntrh, Constipation, Ixst of Appetite, Coming op of Food, Yellow Skin, and General Languor and Debility. You must acknowledge that thit would be ;uinon unless we had positive evidence that it will cure. Yon who are suffering from these complaints, these wordt are addressed and will you continue to sutler when you can be cured on such terms? It is for you to deter mine. Sample boltle, 10 cents; regular size, 75 cent. Sold by Wait A Hard, Concerning Sllllmau'a Elixir of Lite, which we aJverii-o iu another place, Geo. K. Divit of l'eru, well known lo many of our re tilers, writes the follows: Pkku, BfcVNimiToN Co , Vt., Feb. 2:1. A. L. fcnu.siAN, Eq. Dear air: -1 bsvo been troubled for the last ten years with a very bad serofulons leg. List fall, S.C.Goodwin ot North lloosick, tnd Geo. Smith of Bennington were at my place, tnd Ihey urged me try your medicine. Mr, Smith procured two but tles for me in Mcouiugton, aud I took one aud a hall bottles, which completely cured me. I have just written to Mr. Smith for a boltle for a friend iu liratlle boro, making the tilth boltle I have bought lor myself and liicmls. I think 1 could sell considerable iu this vicinity, and if you want an agent here I would like to lake it. Yours, &e., GEO. K. DAVIS, 1 M. NSCUVOUe OKHII.I I'l . Vital Wkakkkss oh Df.pue.smon ; a weak exhausted feeling, no energy or courage; tho result ef mental ovku woiik iMitsi ttKTiDNS or excEss, or tome drain upon the system, ia alwayt cured hv Hi'mi'hrkys' Homeopathic Specific No 28. It tones up and Invigorates the system; dispell Ihe gloom tnd despon dency, imparlt ttrengtb and energy, the drain aud rrjuveiiatea the entire man. Been used twenty years witb perfect suc cess by thousands, Sold bv ealers. Trice $1.00 per tingle vial, or $5.00 per aingle package of five vial and f2.00 vial ol powder. Sent bv mail on receipt of price Address, HUMPHREYS' HOMEO PATHIC MEDICINE COMPANY, 109 Fii-ton St., New Y'oiik. The Gates House- ja the best in Ben nington. When you come to town, stop thero. AO 000 annnalltf l.v nti lpl tin a Cough, Cold or Croup, often lending In Consumption and the grave. Why will you neglect to important a matter when you can get at our store Silicon's Con sumption Cike, with the asftirance of a speedy recovery. For soreness across Ihe Chest or Lungs or Lame Back or Side, Shii.oh's Porous Pi.ASTK.it gives prompt relief. Sold by Wait & Hard. I1ackmet.u k. a Doriulur and fruerant perfume. Sold by Wait & Hard, else where by all dealers. IPKCIAL. NOTICES Masonic. Tbs next ReattlsrCommomeatioa of Adontram Lodg, t. k A. will 1m held on Tbnrad srouiug. May 24, (Elestion,) at Faetorv Poiny i. a. WU11TLK, W. M Adaalram Chapter. No. It, II. A. M. Neil res-alar convocation on 'f liuradar srim- ing. May 31, (Election,) at 7 n'clurk. W. A. ULAUK, Sect, Kklarr I'ost Ko. 4, U. A. K., Most in Adams' Hall, Faetorv Point, on tbs rlrsl Tuesday Tennis; of acb nionlb. JOHN fl. BLACK WKR C'lmruaodtir. (Irani l.oilgr. No. 104, I. O. U. 'I'. Meets at Adams' Hall erory Xalnrday sreidnu al 7 oVIik'S. All member of the "uriler" are insit'id. Decree nieuliiiRS vi llrst slid third HtlnrdtT eveiiltiK of eavti miintli at 7 "'clock. T. i. IIOYT, I. 1. I ndlH Klrc t'dinpuny, lx iir.siKR, Vt. A J. HI' III). PuKKuax. C F. DKVH IhT Assistaxt Koiom . II. II. Krt'lKT in Ambihu.st FiiliKMss. K. -. lOAI.K't.. FllSkMA!! 1 1 . K J. N HAItli AsisrT Iokkmah Hunt. II KO(il.Kl'ON . . Kunaati M- K ahii I-aihok II. OKAY AlUT FilUKSAS UunK AM. I.AIJIOCH. W. A HI.ACK Hwni.i'iu ami 1 bi.auhkb of Him he. tsr tn I c liny i 1 Mud eft-rr week a u- snpji y of Millinery Goods - AT ivins. wilcox's, Hattius.rs many f Hi atiprs and braids now iu u. aliilo aud bis k atraw kaU aud Lsiti nrts. Krenb cLip, Ameru-aa rbip, foars aud ttlis braids. Silk Ribbons aid Fiowera iu New Col lore and stylet. Many of my triamsd bat srs city trimmed. Xy GooiUart ami WiB In Suld ( heap. I.adie it will oust ya BOlhiiiK to look at my goods, an I if yon viab lo pnrolias ton ninst be sstisttxl oi li pricr. l,sd:i-s ishlu( any if I! nil suck's I'alsrua, that 1 has at this writiut, cat ta llisiu fur 5, 10, and 15 cents M HS I.. WILCOX Factory Point, Vl., May 31Ui, lh77. 1 LIME, CEMENT, ! LUMBER AND SHINGLE For Sale 'by J. C. BLACK M Ell, Mtuchester Depot, Vt. Boots & Shoes AMI HUB It Ell GOODS. A i" t ttj tip ( II S1 II lt " UHiM butm fi'mU t 13 rati iAdirs, lfis Ji,.uln a' si irupor Uut.il 4iuit a4 tfUBTI. farlury riant. tjyAIT & HARD, ft IX Drugs and lie di cine s AT Mii' ttimi ! Ftcroav Pout. WAIT A HAKD -ttl L Fancy Goods and Peffumerj. j At MiacBMTia axo F.croai Pom. WAIT k HARD tl-Ll. Toilet Articles asi) Confectionery At MkKt uijitkb ad FAttoat Point. ttmXT 1 fl FAR5II.NO k 8TOCK LANDS Til ft V foraals. 1'asasa; tiokata to X UajLajLU U point tst. Tat lam oaAMTS (ll'n-r. nun stamp. Liu. AM ill liliOWN, 5a .Sr. us llniLinxn, Buaww. GOODS CHEAP FfJlt CASH AT ' HAPOOOD'S, pOU THE BEST INSURANCE In the Best and Cheapest Companies CALL ON FOWLER Sc SON, UKNI.ItAl. At; MANCIlKsTtB, VUOIONT. Wall Paper. C-OSINC OUT. Gilt, Satin, & Common PAPER. Window Shaded, both Clolh and Paper, Lace Curtains and Fiitaret at a big Discount from Cunt at liCRK'S. I'afstory Point. i'i 'ALL AND EXAMINE THE Nest Pails MixiramraaD at AT S. B. YOUNG'S, aoKtiriains- qua foiirtM-u nuart. oca ten nuart j and on. all quart, tb. It rata hnif fur It.lU. I Jolliuf prouiitly alUiadaJ to aud at low prior,. ' Waolssl TWO rmliabl rot-a U Mil aif. i SAMX B. rol'SU. FacWry foiait, aprit, t77. 19 ) NEW WHITE LIME! ' Tb tubsrriWr Las just bnruad a kits uf llms at i MaiH-bt.l.r byn, bot uf a Sur Mt. Tbi I am is of j WHITEST AND BEST QUALITY, j slakes ap tlcsn aad mate lbs Uorb m'lrtar, tbt uiuat durabi pissler, aad is Uic bt lor i STONE OH BRICK WORK f aay but in II. n stnl-.a. tfurantail ui gtr J autua ji.:eua. j U.00 PER BARREL, ! .1 al.a kiln ttf SI H AhwmrA an tli mn &t j MeacbMtyar Input. siixiss cwi.ai.ai Mbcb.,Ur iM-pot, May lt, r., A TSio Stroag-ost, 1$ poLightestDraftUc V Tho Uott Durable, Jt&i f I Best Heft jar, (TheBestComtinedj 0 ft e CircxdarB Boat RUBBER PAINT, B$t Paint in the World. s W tMs Orcr 100 Different Colors & Shades BEAUTIFUL, ELASTIC, ECOISTOlvIICAU. rrfsrllr imprst lo watsr, aill last Hum lilitv a long as au; ulbr paint knuwa. lir parw.asioa yoa art rsterrvd n lb folio ln psraoD, who hav u J II,, huld.sr 1'alal r H. Srs.a, J. H. Ksllof ft, U.nrl.f.lsr , II W. Pasta, J, Moflal, Patory i'oiul; I.irnt. llimloB. Kpaflord flollor, tort. for aaoipls card, ant fitrtliw IwUuioaiaU afply Iu A. C. BIIIB, Afral for MawusaUr and adjaiuitit loou. o A N I) It t) I WAY DOWN. Cluett 4 sonS 205 RIVER ST. Iu making Ihtir sprliiK auounrsiiu ut, lak pleasursin iuloiuiluK lli Lhjiiik puldir tbal ia (MLs(nsni- uf Uia trsa tUi'liue iu all musical goods, upon eismiusAioo tbia will pros tbt .ry bast ti tn at t nuke a ftrst-rlasi ch.ilos, anil ra quest a visit lisfnrt! nialiug a piir.ilmd i l.t wli,re STE1SWAJ', CUICKEKINO, CLUETT it HONS, HAINES BROS. PIAXOSAND ESTEY and MASON & HAMLIN OUQANS, A SPECIALTY. OWMAN A PAITERSON OK KUTLAND, rroprioturs uf Bowman's Monumental Works, WILL ADVEUTISE IN '1'fllS M'AX'ii WY. S. JOHN liAHNkf, , M irnilirlorrri nt r..ru.V I'aisi.t lnor I'OWFIl MACHINhlty.MrliHl.l. KAWM. LATHKH. UIK I LAU HA Wa bi,.JruT,:!n.'d7:n::1 trrs ti,lottJWprar Di(iaf umiitff ittrmm niurnin hiid fif llinatrftUd i'ltoKti Wuw bai, touuljr, 11 17 CLOTHING -A.T BOTTOM PRICES OTEItrOATa at b -s than lbs ibdli aoald Ii msk tbrm. A lis I) i Ufurr-tt for III W IU 00 I III IS! I ll0 ' SOU ! Iu si " 7 i j t ii i i w ! 6 Ml ' I l i Tb. Ut stlrrmr'y Iu tj(urrs .1.1 kit. rr Hal. )(rtl MIS It nt f l';ttir lr- nt. for to. it wiwttr. Alsa a nh bus t t'rsss S'uiis, Bas.wss tint, and a bus uf Mid t'osis, I'aajts bd Vasts, lhss aad V1ias' nils tu b tload tot al '-7 !' figures A. C. l!l til!. Tu-turj l umt. Mf b, l7 JJOTMEALS AT ALL HOfll.S, Oysters in Every Style, CHOICE CtOAM ASD CO.mTIOSf:ilT AT j. i. mm ilmv wti5. Opp.itfM-pd, fill;) stall, Vl DOWN DOWN!! t skall sr h al lr lb Wl.vuftk a all ('.n'n,s at swi. Ti. t' IVs, ttt.rw ti sjta.U is vt-t fr ri.sB aj tbs a a. Ml rsa, kk iH atal tks a bi as a iai asa.t f aiptaait. A ia 'itd tM.it i"S. I'd 4 Mt fan). ic-4, I a. ..ralf,u, (it.knH, A. tall. AMi St I A n I) L I I' kill, ( Us- bus - sal II. avibn, asual p.H. Tall oilS bop ott IBonatl tic Burr's Stor a. crtra artav FactotT Puiat, fab, I. ". it AYERS' HAIR VIGOR, For Restoring, Cray Hair Ta It NtaraJ Vltavltty aa4 CaUr- AJiaaWnf Jfat,. alikasss. car, iltssf oia). aisnt, ami ktrs.lilarr ptdisiliiit, sil I hi a lbs bair trar. aad subsr uf tb.aa uxba. ill absd itshsiuisIt. Ansa' lint tiooa, lit toa sot tlsal baa proa tbal it atop. Ik faluui of lb bair laiiaicKliaUl, ; i fwa ra lb iolk. aaJal ssia ttrlf r sUs-ss tb euksr, aaaa fadad at trar. It atiiaulatoa tb auiriMss wis a tu baltby aotssiir.ao.l prvawrs buk lb hair aad It btauty. Iba biajbf, wtak or ausalT bair txiaiM iIoms, pbabtt d slrsBlbsJ , 1km btir Mim.i wilb lls.ly tpraiua 1 fallit bait is rbcast tad sUbli.bsd ; Una bair tkiokrat, aad fa.lsd at fraj hair ruai lb,lr nImi color. It ot rik la aara aad kambsa, It cine dandruff, kssls all baasor tail ksatb alp si', rliau and aullaudcr abii k rosdi ttiiiia (Hot saes i,f tb. aoalp srs iwfMiaall.l. As a drrs.ii-t fur la.li' bair, li s Vsuaa la I'laiasd lir it grtUlal Hid iMall iwrtaai and sslutJ for tb auft lu.ti. and rtukasa uar it Imparts. rarraatv ai Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, hah., I'r ml ioI and Analjlii-al Ckvaiata. hold er all iiRL'oatim aku miliki IN MEDlCIKt nriNTf:iK Palm-leaf Hats at $1.12 1-2 I'KB 1XJZKN, AT HAPOOOD'S Peru. 300 BUSHELS OF POTATOES lUiai'J on Otm Acre by nailer t lit IIOMKSTEAD BUPER PHOSPUATE Korssl.br J, C. BLACK M EH, atauubixtrr l)sui, Vt. 61 HAY SEED. HIT SEED. CLOVER, TIMOTHY ANfl RED TOP JL'MT IlECEIVED AT A. C BUBE'S. New Goods, 1877, Spring. MRS. BLACKMER bat just rpiJ an tnllr atwatook of klilll nsrr Ouutla, Tiistaitd Hats, Hlbbon, Hills, Flo wars, Ac. All New and Prloea Low- Mm. BLACKMER, 47'i Factory point, Tt. A rUESH 8UPPLY of all kiuila of GARDEN & FLOVEE I FAS HV IHEQUAUT. POP COKN IN THE EAK. Wall Papers and Borders. I.KMONS AND CANNED FltC'IT. JBT7Gt-3LXXISI . 49 At T. PERKINS. THE CELEBRATED Weber Piano, FIRST PREMIUM AT THE LATE I'll ILA DELPHI A EX POM I ION. The World Banowned ESTEY OROAW. CHAS. W. STIWAUT, Ot. A6t. KafTLaaotvt, Vihxoxt. A l"i" supsnsnc. ia lb baiu, vill an al I,- bs aiir li.r l aall iiisirswsBt al a sua rstea a. ,o. J kihhI and liin, prcAt ariu aUv. AH or-Wr. aud e.mmunlr,t,.H.s. pn mpilf t U l I I... f ,' HA. W. KTKW.tar, in ia l'.rMlboru, f " . HISTORY OF H!!IC!!SI!R, AN ADDRESS bfctJVtlitD Uf Loveland Ilunaon, SB:pbli aditiva . . ittMl. liuead diiion , tl.i F(asl. at tb. JOriJtil. CI flit, WAJT A HAhld std !. V tOVr, V.L.L.si.r. tad at buI.bT AMLH', t-vt) rum. rant ot j,id lr tb b fin. DOWN.