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; m iba lar.' ,f a ya ik alt t-f latAert, ; as l-f'tr, but ;- rif t bock will at rumixi va MiTkiittt. SANFORDS JAMAICA GINGER UNITED STATES RUIU'commiionkk s notice. lUrthn. Ws, tee teJsriW, smac aspiBtd bv I - ' ..... -.. It. H. tks I -..bate 0.art fcv Ibe HM4fvij l,K,M,, ilfc. I- U. 4 A large aid tetrad, a tic tftwi; ioj th isle rest cf this rxaJ MJ t 4. ! :1 a h 1 I- l r . i. . , .... . i oa Thusai I fcsf a. an j sept ope Ivf it drcT,i , i , . . ' , k I.o.air.r : -.! .l 4Mntj ti) J.i o to !&; . ' Jv fir t of lt ' fftlfi t:! fc.J' i V' !Tt.. It t.f JlXH UIV-II,, ... ,,.?,.;.. .. ...... l .'- t !! Afc'.KaT! r I r-tM n Jr,r -!,-! II I. It. il J '. !.- . i , dl U .IM I IB t-l ll..rl.:i. fc.r.bt I 1 J!l RMUY. .IM. It, Iftt, ki i t rr 1 .r lit tew toads-issue! ; r , , ' 1 . .. .. . . Mhat It I tho UutT litis C.l Aft. tl . rtwrt..,t..iIn:t..''f.t:.iiii.V J-il- . I- . I t..- .i U III. 1 i-l Jt , .. mum. hh l Dm fi)-t .IliirrittatO ;t otii s l!.. ...' li t I oiH-4 MM front 'nmxt. 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(' i ikl Ik Bf 4tBl UiJ fnftrif r jfnJ(rte Lte ob- - tiWi fr .C03.(WO, of mbicb 10,. Tli tviatlj wlii h tUtick M-'a&t jfroa.OOa m to U 4 4if Ui Mil i ' .'. S '.l , k. it-1 M ynmhi, uJ J two rn'.t.Uii fur rt-iooufilioij purpocii. 1 cpi t U t f VJ, L. l"ul H' e u.iicf . Hue ! ol f txtlj NVar! il lb oottbero pjnr ol i i..i(.ud kl .'iX,o; : moug tb j , f tie oatbtra papers art calling I t-iIJ-t j j!U,jti ie tbe rift.i T!i-uj;!!ij MitiM.( pi to pnoiB Ibemorder ih tl JIfibdil cborrbrt, Iwo'ef t.f ibt rtiinbolm fatuity bot their cbool boo . a court boe an! jc.! ate not aol probably will not be trl Uea auj rcaiJeacea. At Mt- j bee-lrj. IiinUnj ibe &lUaia!ppi pa I . t, krnit! bout-ft wero oterturifd j j,ti die .u'.iibiii(f ucb aigitiGcatit t r BfiriKftfl. A foaf praoba are re-, i.t im llir fu!loi:,g from tbe Vicka I i rlf 1 ilijuutl. larg llet!l: -. " I "There will be no oppoaitiwo in Ya- It it romure .1 tbtiH. A. BiwoJ, lor- tl)l) euunlr, tbi f!l, the regular (s.c fly masiajer of iba Button, Clmtoo j )cnncrnc ticket. Tbo puliltcul anil r'iU'bbarf tailruaJ. tJ preaiJebt j tbangva in tbia county under tbe Jfiaa and ue pfctidriil .f other roada, and iip.pi policy, are ao aliikiujt that .utJt II. Huwe, f .fioerly td the tl.ey re worth ri'calliux. la it knttan Jf y gtx.-la juLbinjf houne oj . ci,t 2 4','J lpul!ican rote, and gate Hf, I'iirrce A Co , have failed, tbo j former for 1 1 .iOO.OOO and the latter for tOO.OtO. The failures tero caused by ui.proGtabtt investment in Eastern railroad securities. lie ports from lener, Col . indicate that the women ole freely enough to refute the assertion that ther will not , 4e if they hare the right. At a recent di ction in that place the women cast S2d totes. One womau desired to oto fur her buaband who couldn't cotne. One woman' fote wa challenged on the ground that she was too young to Tote, the aid she was eighteen and old enough to many, and conM-ijuently thought sliO was old enough to vote. The Graphic's Albany diapalch says a formidable Hepublican candidate for C'oiikling's poailion is being developed in the person of K. W. Stoughton, of New York. If Evart is not a candi date ho will bark S'Uiughton, who is suppoaed to bo especially hoalilo to Conkling. Kuie Senator Starbuck also has senatorial aHpiralious. Stale Sen alor Woodin will bo really Conkling's ni.il (V.iini Jab'.c opponent. The l.uKniaua have not yet crossed tlm Danube, and in the artillery duels and ftMrmiidica the Tuiks have quite held their own. The situation of the Tuiks ia Ai-i.n in not ijnito as precarious ax bail been rrportcj and on tho whole it is m well to co mo to the conclusion that the Tutks are not yet whipped, though the odds auiufct them ato great There may be and is likely to be some hard fighting before the matter is set-tl-d. In reply to the delegation of Ala bama republicans, who called at the V'hile Houbo to emjuire if northern man vrvte to be turned out of oflico in the southern stales, because they were northern men, tho l'resident replied that ho did not'approve of turniug out any efficient officials. When ho was Mliidied that northern men had gone south for the piupuae of procuring of fii'o h believed in discharging them to (inks loom f"r representative Kepub lii'iihn, but where a northern man hud i. l-iii ihVd himself with the iuteresta of pfople ho believed in allowioir him t.. h.!4 lis office if he poi formed hi tlu ie flieietitly j -- - I'rom all pari of I lit country tline .(.rherrinijpr'.pei u of abundant h.ir-hi, vest iinioiy au.l copious rjins have refreshed nearly every section which had teen threatened with drought. The crops of cereals, of fruit, hay and vei e t,.l,lrs promise to l-e of the ery let 1'n.lc rn and midd'e states will gather in a rich yield from nearly every branch of agriculture. Indications in the south j The storm was confined mostly to the aro excellent; the gieal central wesljC(;t. '1 araposs, twenty-three leagues eipci I even to up.us former years : j Maud, ttllJ Pica Matili and Canchones such crops wffto never before seen ! f,,r j tho interior, were more or less griug in Oregon, while California. S Jestroycd. Iha shipping of guano from wnert tho outlook was forbidding! tho southern dcpoails is indefinitely enough a few weeks ago, estimates the value of her suiplu wheal from Uiisjiiwepl way. The destruction to ship year's yield at fully tea million dolUr. i,jtig was very great. The American t t.ir t -u ol returning aud increaaing prosperity i therefore, i f the m..t substantia! character. t i - - ----- .. llttlh-V IM lltf. fffll.l lllirtc1 I: V list! Uli. , "... .i it r tif any country in the world. One of: lis provinces. Sfscedonia, once t.un. .j-l .reJ the eastern worlJ. II . ol all . . .. Europe, the most pioduetiv portion.; A od then Asia Minor and i'yiia, once m .'iioj'uliioJ all the coutwerce uf the wot!,!. 4in the tank i f the Kcphrate and li.'ti wilhui the Turkish emnite .Ui. Minor Ufore lU Arab and Tor- tieh cc.n.,a.Hl.wtre .itoateJ hundred. i.f tilk and thecojiiUy was cu'.tvsleJ l i-. a garden, and wa. exccediejly i:.h Toilish t.!. ha. rednred ihP u r,, I ; , M.,i, . . .. I. .auu. of JttsliialSon that the tax. . ui n ltger Mtport the rovernmeat. 11, tt,: ... r . .Ui. r t.- t.,i. Iteaiiisg (..ur per cctt. iclret caa l ood aivaiiUgo lo replace the six per tu. and lb in of 4 i rent, mm 1-6 stppe.J. The negotia 0f4iit a majority of 1,51 1. Laal autumn it tat two Republican rotes, and gare Mr. Tilden a majority of 3,60 The Springfield Republican notes that the exporUtiou f American butter which has always been limited to the poor grades on account of the difficulty of prettcrving the article, has received a great impetus, like the exportation of freah meat, from the improved methods of preservation. The New York deal ers are constructing immense refriger ator store houses, where choice butter can be kept for consumption or expor tation. A refrigerator recently com pleted is a frame building. 65 by 45 feet and nine feet high, cooled by 200 tous of ice, and with a capacity of 10, 000 packages. Another firm makes use of the greater specifio gravity of cooled air. The second, third, and four stories of a block aro converted iulo a refrig. crator, with the ice in the fourth story tho floor of which is in slats, allowing the cold air to descend and flow through tho whole building. At the Manhattan Club banquet, at New York, Tuesday evening Gov, lildcn being called on for a speech gave his opinion of tho manner iu which he was " counted out" and his oppo nent " counted in." Tho spcach was not bitter in lone, it was no more than could have been expected from him provided ho said anything at all on the subjec t. It closed as follows : " If my voioo could reach throughout our country and bo heard in its re molest hamlet, I would say, Bo of good cheer, tho republic will live. Tbo in stilutioris of our fathers are not to ex jiirc in shame, the sovereignty of the people shall bo rescued from this peril and ro cstablihhed successfully. Wrong never appears so triumphant as on tbo evo of its fall. Seven years ago a cor rupt dynasty contaminated in its power over a million of people who live in tho city of New Y'ork- It had conquered or bribed and flattered and won almo.it everybody into acijuioacence. It ap peared to bo invincible. A year or two later its members weie iu penittn tij.im or in exile. History abounds in similar examples. We muni believe iu the riht, and iu the future thin great and nob' natiuti will not never its po- I ,,it. from its moral life. : l!y the uriivil of a steamer from Cal ; ;l we )aie tHU,; 0f disaster from e eurtluiunke and tidal waves i South America Arica, I.iuique, 1'onta d Lobos, I'abellun de I'ica, Khauavay UuaiiilloH, TowpiiU, Cobija, Mejillone do Holivitt, IntozagaKta and Cbanaral were nearly a'l destroyed. Six bun tired lives only were lost, lho destruc of property it estimated at $20,000,000 suspended, as ail facilities have been : bip Alida, Get man ahip an I an Eng and an Ilaliau bilk weio loal at rbell..n de l'ica. Other were darn aged at liusnillas. The English ship n Br A vomnoor was lust; the caplaiu v "le. three childien. nur. carpenter ' . i i - I J I -t 1 1 " auu airwiini writ; tiiiisriiru. i iir in tr ' i ; , . ' ;lih ship Conway Castle was driven ashore and filled. He was thrown back fiom the shore by a receding ': wave arid sunk in deep water, The c c " uv "(' U"J of lh,l.lk Gabriel Castro was B,,k with a lion bo rd ; tae number is ' U!,K no u "ial vessel aro ba lly damaged. The governor's building, i water cotdenseis, Ut.k, wharf, every. ,L"isT except a few hut at the back of, .o .teen ahip injured. The survivors must corns t c i Loo tor extensive e rT; , xu St.Aihaia Iron 4 6teJ Works! j eo give tmp'oyttient to sottis toeo, j - 1 gnj are ninsing at Hieir full rapacity . and a'.i wLo atH.it declaieJ their ti! litigricua ti y their proportion of the i tail will dj all that ia anked of her. Aoolhwr tewn meeting wa held in j 1'awlet !t week to ote on the qaei- tit n tf bonding the town. There wan a majority tf 22 tgatoat tending bot the friend of the road bare called an other meeting and y they will carry the town. As the last vute reduced the oitjority agtiint bonding ruure than one ba!f it looks aa though they might aucceed. How about MinclienU'r and Dotai t l" They ought to come to some decision in the matter at once. It in hardly light that towns which are so earnetit in the matter should be delated by waul of action by theae towns in the middle of the line. Iot us say whether we will or will oot. sii.vr.ii as Niitst, Tbero has been an attempt to get a bill through congress making silver a legal teuder for any sum and it is re ported that tho President and Secre tary of the Treasury aro in favcr of tbe cbango. Tho last congress appointed a commission to look into the matter and tho minority report, which we give below, presents Borne very good rea sons why the change should not be made. First Tho great changes which have taken placo during the last year in the relative value of the two precious met als aro attributable almost entirely to fluctuations in the market prico of sil ver, since the price of commodities generally, reckoned in gold, have been comparatively stable. Second Thcso fluctuations indicate a considerable fall in tho valuo of silver which has been produced by three causes : 1. Ly the great productive ness of the silver mines in tbo Corn stock lodo, which within a few years have doubled the average annual pro duct of that metal for tho whole world ; 2. I'.y a great diminution within tbo last fivo years of tho demand for silver to bo exported to British India; 3. By tbo demonetization of silver, within the same period by Geruuoy, Denmark, Sweden aud Norway, and the limit put upon tho coinage of it by Holland, France and tho other states of the Latin Monetary union. Third These fluctuations prove that silver has become entirely unlit for use as a standard of value, and this action cf Germany and other European states shows that they huvo become awaro of this unfitness, and have altered their systems of coinage and legal tender ac. cordingly. Fourth Tho question whether the three causes here alluded to have per manently depreciated tho value of sil ver is ouc which docs not at present admit of an answer, Yaguo esti mates and uncertain theories afford no safe grounds for legislation. J'ifth The so-called double standard fs an illusion and an impossibility. The prolonged attempts mado in France and tho United States to establish such a standard have been complete failures, causing much confusion and inconve nience, necessitating frequent changes of legislation, and resulting only in the alternate establishment cf one or the other precious metals as the sole stan dard. Sixth' Silver ia further unfitted to be the principal medium of exchange, 1, through its considerable weight, and bulk iu proportion to value, being thus inconvenient for iiho in largo transac tion and settling international bal ances; aud 2, ihiough its constant li ability to loss by abrafcion and clipping the corresponding loss in tho case of gold being so small as to bo almost im perceptible. Seventh The proper place for silver in a monetary system is that of a sub sidiary or token currency, which is considerably overvalued by law and mado legal tender only within certain limits. Theso limit being iudetcrmi nale except by general considerations of expediency, there is no valid objec tion to so widening them as consider ably to increase the amount of silver now in circulation, paper money being withdrawn to an equivalent amount, and the silver coins being mado legal tender for any sum not exceeding f.'O. Eight The proposed "policy Of COO i llitninrr I . . -r 1. 1 Inrifli-.i' ruiidu rnnfn rrn nl. i tiuuiiii; n li iviiii.i nvvvm wi u t s . a .,.!!.. .,.j,a- ,U 1 'y with the metaiic standards" would! ibe ia the highest degree inexpedient! and unjust, this paper s.oney system having been the chief cause of the par- - ' - " " ' " . ast three years, and congres, having 1 , a. far back as 18GU, solemnly pledged, the faith of the country for the resump-j j lion of specio payment, at the earliest j practicable moment. i Ninth Circumstances at the preeiit time have mado such resumption bolO - ..,.. "P" "-"v'." "" spontaneous! v contracted itself at the 1 averacc ru oi 94.uuv.uvu a inoom I during the last 22 months. The Beaoingtoo Manner aunounces the publication fa daily paper there, during the Centennial In August. ' lum I It Iu'.I.t! lli.'IH .s. i 1 guisi4 t.f Iw. Ksaf-ml ,.;. . 4 ll-. ... (-i.i.iH.1, . ,u m U Mru su fsr t Ck.Ur Mora.. DUrrhira, Uvsenterr, t ramp rr r..&iiuu.ij 11..1 B.,1 Ul..il.i.U Ikt aud Pains Sea ;a""' ,u"r,1 "Vf-"'. auu saius.ora ,,ronl n, irJ,, a, .ni,,, , ,, , . , iia Ne" KuKisbd w sickness, (aUIs A no. u t!.t. 1 tit uiiier. ,.tail.i4i.tl. Tbs e?oiv. ('hills t. .r .f i: St.onl.jiui. ' .1. ! itJi in. Chill and tever, ,unj t iitousaia t,i. Lis. It is ni.uuUcluri.4 Feverish symptoms ! iu'iy eaur m il.. lo Ihim.sml Catarrabal ,'. ' ki v-msiiwiai j,j Iudk la sdvtiios :,.f CuU.QlUpllUQ, l y Symptoms, Neural- which it s-nu rt. a ! i.ck'OS I...UI- ami tril gic and nheurnalic ' 1 '"V. " 0 hvi 1 y ituji: .utsreu.:y. ruicment ia Symptom, t.tur Mviti aiMtaratus it .J- i-lr.l tu a tu 1 cr UUl 11:1' Ui t.f outl Dysjiepsia, III Jl ujsteri. s tntl)irtUia a vrulit, 'Jiis b..:tm;i gestion, Uatuleucy nu ,w0 tljBMua ,ttor tiuuUrt-tl bultltt. s btiur liisiug of Pood, Krom Ibis bilt-l stl ai. ut, U Sill l.s t. u Alskes tco u alet Vixmjt tuUTKA . uvmu H10 aisiiul.i'inr. liarmiesa. ,( i-mi..ru. j.m.ir. GniKr m a inaQuertbst Is tood for all anes.'"""'1 Uma ""f" ,"r 0 a tbumlb enorinut trsiie iu lint arllclt. Its ule . iunt Il.vor, great nii.nt auj low prlco sboulil be It.stnd oucs l.r tliose id jUfsd of a f.uiily mcJi-u-iua befuru slluwliig Hlimtelfs to ls in jured, by miart pn-seii-atiun, 10 biiv utlieta. llDittn;iii baviot; wbtt )ou call for Sani-uiiu s iJtuiii'i OiMir.u. Cr.nn ItEWAlU) wiilbe paid for a V""" bottle of any other Hxtract or Es sence of Jamaica UiiiRsr if foiiuil to equil it in tine flavor, puritr, aiwl prompt medical effect. IS0I1I by all Wboknle and IletailDruKgiiits, (Jro eers, and dealer, lu madiciue. . J'rioa 0(1 oeuts. WKKKS A lvntR, Oem-ral Agents and Wliole tale UmxRitts, Uueton. m U MORE PHYSIC No more nau.eatinir, Imriiluif Linemonta, 1,0 tions, Halves, snd Oiutmeuls for l'aiu sud Bore nest, lint grateful, beaJing, snd soothing i.xler nsi spplica'-ion, tucb as can be hid by tbe use of Cou.ikb' Voltaic 1'lastshs, llio pruatest and most tpeedy pais reliever In tl.e world. Tbia grest remedy centiits of Voltaic of Galvanic l'latei caiiituily atlaohed togelbor and imbedded in a l'ori.ua l'laxter, highly mudieited, forming the ftrtndn.t cunlivc. tgent of this century. It if a gentle and eunatant ELECTRIC BATTERY, rloitly and conUnicusly applied by the adhesion of tbo l'laster, and ia capsule of elVeoting instant relief and permanent cures in tbe mosidialrois ing caaea of cbroaio external silmnuta, and in disraees origiuatiiiK in a disordered condition of Ibe electrical er vitalizing forces. It is un surpassed as a prompt and auoc remedy in Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Cramps, St. Vitus' Dance, sciatica, Hip Complaints, Spinal Affections, Nervous Pains aud Irritations, Epilepsy or Fits proceeding from Shocks to llio Ner vous System, Ruptures and Strains, Fractures, Bruises, Contusions, Weak Muscles and Joints, Nervous and Fee ble Muscular Action, Great Soreness and Pain in any part of tho body. FllOM AN OlD PUVSIUIAN. OdiflWrien. I hereby certify that for several Tears naat 1 bare need tho Voltaio l'lastert in my piai-lleo, and have never known them to fail in all'ovding speedy relief in lluae eases lor which Ihey sre leeouimendrd. They are not a quack nostrum, but a remecial sgenl or groai vsiue, Very truly yours, W. 0. C01.LISH, If. D Bucksport, Me., May 27. Sold Everywhere for 25 Cents. Hold by all drnggosU, and sent on receipt of 25 cents for one, f 1.2) for sin, or $2.25 for twelve carefully wrapped, and warranted, by WEK.KH it l'Ol iLlI, l'repnetors, lloston, .Mass. J-iw ACCIDENTS Will happen In tho best regulated families. Buy a policy against all kinds of accidents for a Day, Week or Year at the lowest rates of Fow ler A. son, Manchester, ueorue e. Boynton, Factory point, or or a- r Chllds, Bennington. 41 JjADIES of Minibe.ter and v einity will liuj every w.-ck a nt-w supply or Millinery Goods AT MRS. WILCOX'S, Hit. in vi rv many i f the rhspen and braids now in nae, ahiie and I. la k straw kata and bon-nt-ls, Krencb chip, American chip, courts sud nin- br.i.i.. Silk Ribbons and Flowers in New Col lors and styles. Many or my trimmed hats are city ttimnied. il'j (JwnU are awl WiUbt &ld ( ktup. I.tdii-a it will coat run nothing ti look at my ito Hla. and if toil winti to uurcbsae vt.ii nin.l be aati.iii-d si b piices. I.tdica witlmig snv of lintteiick's att.rtis, that I have at tbia writing can have thou fur 6, 10, aud 1.1 eentt MU8. , YYtLCOX. Fat'tury l'niut, Vt , May 2Uh, l77. 1 QENTRAIa VERMONT RAILROAD HAlll.EH EXTESHION DIVISION SUMMER ARRANGEMENT TRAINS LEAVE MANCHESTER MOVISn SOCTH: 7 Ida. M-.Yail from liutland for Troy also for iieniiioKlon and New Y'ork via L ha nmi bonoe. sud Cbsthsm. ' j It SI r. txprew, Niw York snd bt. A'baria 1 o u . . 1. n i.i r --t iifii ii im Itutlao t r. -SiKht Express, Moni.ful. Og.U-, baifjb sod New lorx vis jr.iy TRAINS LEAVE FOR THE NORTH: i S 51 a. a - S.ght Express. New lork and Mou- treal and Ot-diiaburg. I i 45 r. u. -fatiinlav Mgbls id ll a. n.-Msa from int.mgjB, in.j; ' ---t'lT.ar0"" '"n-! t&tiTJV'tiZZ IitnKBlUflo troy si 7 sua. m. onef.n.g with tb night ir.wtave. New York. .t .. m., j BOOTS AND 8H0E8 a r, ...,. . .oil Ulo tb Osr kid snd kid via ir.jy, etrept.ng h.iar,i..s w u i.-.v.. ;, ft.tofday a.gU and runs ti.roos-b to Hor.t...-I Tssidcruoueli t.. .1 tmpcrtoat 1 p,a,fc . , . . . . , . i ... .,,,,. .d ,.. i i i,.i. tfiwcta at itiki. una wiiia irajiia v tr'rj ihatnwiih It. :i.a f. Sew 1 .-ark anl liartrij, al j Hs.teir JsacOon with trati.a lor N.wth A i:i and ' gnh aTd'wl. aU1U j tJ Ui ittuoti. si ffutouid wita trails i-.t so pause 3. W. HOB AB P, Iliiua.iiilwJi.l. C.ul tBrr-.t.trd.t. I at. Aibana, t. Mat m,Ki, ' !.. hiirtrttt'.J duiT.cim-nl SauJtr.tl D (..,. ...... . ,, ii m I.I U lm lit Spruit flf J -f IM' 2rl fttm IiBto. Ua.i.f I Uwws, ssism j k ,u(, , ..k t l .. .... 1 . l.n.. T ..!. Tknrl.. .lul Kr.i.. si ii. u.i s l.f h 31 1 m. lrnv lu n iu Tui-.i.j-. ibarsas; su4 Sslsntsf St I 1 t.. Atuv. st .0 I.ml.o sl p tn. tl .h 1 regain.! stub l-. l, lorn. ..'.') Fioui It-rlio to M.iutpshar, ssllas and back, lin. e I to a a M-k. Ur.U. riiu M.iuday, Wtdni MUy, aud Friday si H p m Aritrs at UuutpiiUer by I p m Lea. 1!.miIi-U. r Monday, Wt luia lay and rrt. day at 4 i p m. Irrivs at lier.m by 6 pm. 11 nd required with lis J, 11(10 I'rua!a invited for sis lliuca a-wtk ssrvtcs, with trbrdul t.f d. panurrt sod amvait (daily eic.it Suti.av) at aaiu buurs. Ii jiid lor s a UiuK.-a-wu.k t.rvios, 2221. I rom l)soly four (Virners to liauby, 4 milea a.id ta k, tin ft tunes a week. Lese Hanby l-'our t'oruers Xursdsy Thursday, and Saturday al 12 m. An its at Dauby by 1 p Ul Leave Dauby i nc.day, Tliuradsy and Haluiday at 3 p in. Arrive at Dauby Tour I'orneta by 1 p lu. liotid if.ilirel sub III, 1 1 CO. Hl'i. t iiin Giauiil e to HaiiOH k, i luilt. and lack. Ihree tlun-a a Wei k Leave Uranviilu I uvtd.y, Tburadsy and ristsr- day st 7 p ui. Arnve at llaueo -k bv H p m. Leavu llaucotik luetdaj.Xsursday and Saturday s; a p iu . Arms al (iranv.lls by 9 45 p tu. Uiij.l reiiuirud with bid, f 100. 2220. I'rom Linooln lo Dristul, i milat and baca,aix times a wees. Leave Lincolu daily, eicept Sunday, tt 4 p ui. Arrive at llnatol by 5.13 p ni. I.t avti lln.lul dally, eicepi Huuday, si 6.45 p n. Arnve si Lincolu by 8 p in. liund retiiiire-i wtin uio, rev. 2J-J7. From Miildletoaa Hpriugt, by East Poult- Ut y, to l'uultuey, 0 miles aud hack, sis times a Wtltit. Leave Mul lli tu. s tipr ngs daily, eioept Huuday, at .11 a ni. Arrive at l'onllney by 1 p in. Leave I'oultuev daily, except Hunday, at I p.m. Arrive at Middletowu Kpnnga by S p iu. iioud re.juKcl witu bid, muu. 222H. From North Cambridge to Cambridge, 4 miles aud back, twice a weik. Leave North Cambridge Wedueeday aud Friday at s a m. Arrive at L'smbridus h 9.15 a m Leave Cambridge Wudueaday sud Fridsy st V Su a m. Arrive st North Cambridge by 10.45 a ru. llond rnuireit with bid, I too. 222U. From North Fairfax to Haint Albans, 4 unlet and back, twice a wenk Leave North Fairfax Tuuaday and Saturday st 8 a ni. Arrive at Haint Albans by 9 a m. Leave 'Saint Albans Xuetdsy ami Saturday at 11 a in. Arrive al North Fairfax by 12 m. llond required with bid, liou. 2230. From Haint Albsus Day to Haint Albans, Hi miles aud back, three nines a week. Leave Saint Albans Day Tneadsy, Thursday snd Hsturdav at 5..W p in. Arrive at Saint Albans by G 30 p m. Leave Ijaiut A.baiis Tuesday, Thursday and baturiiay at 7 M p in. . Anive at fmut Albaiia Bay by 8.30 p m. jj. uio ri-tjuiieu win, uiu, niw. l'rnuoaals invited for sis-iiuies-a-week service with schedule or aupartures ami arrivals (daily, except f un. lay) at same nours. lioiid fur six-tiuies-a-wsek service, 1200 2231. From L'pper Falls, by I'erkiutville, to North (Spring neld, 5 unlet sud back, six tunes a week. Leave l'pper Falls daily, except Hunday, at j 31) a in. Arrive at North Mnrinefleld bv It a m. Leave North KpriugtieUl daily, except buuday, alii pm. Arrive st L'pper Falls by 3.S0 p m. lionu reiiuireu witu mu, .uu. 2232. From Weybridgo Lower Falls te Middle- bury, n miles sua back, three Hint a a wees. Leave Weybridgo Lower Falls Tuesday, Thurt dav aud Hsturdav at i.DU p in. Arrivo at Muldkbury by 4 p m. Leave Middlebury Tuesday, Tbaraday and Sat urday at b p. in. Arrive at Weybridge Lower Falla by 7.30 p la. itouu reipureu witu uiu, siisi. 2213. From Ilordi.villu to West Enosburg, 2( miles aud back, three times a week. Leave Dordoville Tuesday, Tbursdsy sad Batur dav at n a in. Arrive at Weat Enoabnmh bv 9 a ni. Leave West Enosburgh Tot sday. Tbaraday snd Hat u may at mu a m. Arrive at liordoviile by 10.30 s m. ilond required with bid, IIOO, 2231 From .South Wsrdshorough to Wsrds- borouL'h. 3 miles and back, three times a wett Leave. Month WsrJxborotlgh Tuesday, Thursday and Haturday ilji m. Arrive at Warditl orojlrh bf 6 a 111. Leave Wardshorough Tue.day, Thursday sud Hatlllilav at 7 s lu. Arrive at Kout'i VVsrd. borough by 8 III. I!. .ml re pined with bid, 1 100. 22 15. From Wert (leormt. bv fleorijia Plain snd liiorHia, to Kast Georgia, antes ai d back, tlx tuiit a a wet k. f.e.vo W. at (Jeorgia daily, eieepl Kuu.lay, at h a in. Vrnvo at F.4t I) itiruia b. 10 31 a in. Leave I ut (id igla il.ily, except Huuday at 4 p ru. Arrive at West Georgia by C.lO p in. J) lid retjuired sith bid, IHM. For forma of unM'iasl. bond, snd eerufloats and aUo l..t im tm-ii. n. as to tns conditions to be emit a- e l in the outr.t t Ac. sts advertias uii-nl.it tliis.Utt! in p uni-hl.-l form, tuviting nrooo.aU f .r mail sti vice m lbs stale of Vsr- iu. ml, 1 1 be loiind at the teiiiiinal pml olfijes of Itieiihov.t runlet, aii-l t b bad on sppucsllon lo Hie He o id Aan!aiil I'. .H. Omersl Hid. .linn. it be sent iu sealed envelopes, su iii-rati'ihcl "M.il iirnotnal.. stsle of Vermont," aud td Ire.Hi d lu Dm becoud Aaal.tast I'o.t- iiidnter (it u r-l. JMj I). M. KKY. l'o.tnisater ienersl. QOv'IKS CHEAP FOR CASH AT HAPQOOD Sc GO'S, PERU. 5000 Yards Prints, the l.rgett lot ever brought into Iowa. 1000 yard at 6 cU. 4000 y'ds at 7 1-2 . 1000 y'ds I3est Ginghams at 10 cU 1000 yards Post Vard-wide Cambric at 10 cents. Coat's and Clark's Thresd 5j ceols, A aios ma chine lliread 2) cents, giv.s g'XJ ssusfsclioo. iTHE BEST RIBBED HOSE 8 CENTS bned eroiaat .jie is ih : button 137. s e.ar on ! Dtoeat. Tbs ibe beat Auertcaa Kid 1 w A a. tb. W. La,d Farm .taset mu from jtMi.iTiue.aa stage road to Measter. ... ... . . . . t ... ...... .t iI.LmJ ai(k . ,. st;a.i,',oa. im sed speiearcbsfd. rio iiri. cH-aini ..' w..m .... - - ' ami f tmoar oii s iu e w.m ib ; JanssJia on a large su.-sea of wsttr. IS feet krad, - a; B'Ji..r-..v. o w-t.. 1 siiop ab t j tt rea isna. iwm 7- ! At-p.-v to or address I AUK laTEItMOBt:. "sly Jaaae, Vt. .itmia.u.-o tad a. .a. ; lt.i,t al rl.art.. Ibis 'tti tf ut Ji. a. e. 157. " 1 in h ii. vursa. ' ... i IS HANK Hl'ITl'Y. IhaTaitTor Vaswi.sr, s. Is tb lltstrwl Court e u. Vuila luatet lor lb. Dieiri.H of Vtim ol Is lbs Melts if liaaisia k Farglaota, I' r. k -rti'ti. Is al-akrwi'tt ? . IM. la lo . lMtll lhat I, SaioBfl F. Ilarria of lie n ni eg ton, la ttd ditlnet. bt biwn tini apooiut.J Aatiirao of lb. f.laU ut tal.l Hl. aiu A Kaigiaton, tiaaanipta. aud that 1 have ac c.ptrd said trust. 8. r. HAIiRlH. Alg.'.j Dated st tlvaaingUia. May l-.Mli. IS77. 2 Jw IIIRAM EASTMANS ESTATE. Ll Hlsla of Vermont, Manchester Dlalrbt. .a At a 1'rol.aw Court Said st Xlaachetter wubin sad f..r said di.Ou t of Maacbaater, on lb .l dav of Jus. a. l-Ot! ireseal. Hon. E. B. Ilarton, Judge. As lasttuuisai. pnrporong to be ib ls.t Will and Testsnisat of Hiram Eaatmsn lata of liu prt, la said disinrt, Sseeasetl, twiug pr.wnted by Charlotl svsstmso. the txtrulrii theie.ii nanied, for I'robats, it .t ordeml by said ('..nil, tkal sli persons ooocrrD.d therein be re.lilieil lo appear st s sea.iwn tbereof, lo U- beltl st the Pisbata Oftinalo Msnchealer, IB said Julrid. mi tht iltb day of Junt A D,l7, st 10 oVItk, ia tlit forvaoon, and abow eanae. I' any ib.y save, against tbe pnibste of aat.l Will ; for which puipoae it It further ordered, that this order, be bsblieked litres weeks .u.vf.iiT. I. in lbs MsBebettor Jt SSll., a uew.paser pr n r.l at Man. -healer in lioa .tale, pii.uu. lo .aid tiaie of beating. Atteet, E. ii. BVUTOX, Judge. in "hankHvptcy. DisTsu r or VssMosT, ss. Tbs underaigued bci.l.y gives imtuieof his tppoinlnisal at Aaaigses lu bankrupt y of (:inr!e It. Young, of MsDcheatar, In the eounlf itf U.niiiugtoD aud .tale of V.i in. nit, within .aid district, who is sdjadgsd s bsukriipl npon In. cr.dltor District CT.dltora psUllon, by tbs Diatrict Conn of said i.tricl Dated 1 3w Dated st MsM-bener, Vt , May Sth, 1H77. M.S. COLIR UN, Aasignes, HARNESS SHOP. 11 listing purchased the shop of H. N. Willi- inn in Howe's Block, KACTOHT rOlNT. - - VERMONT. I thsll manufacture til kinds of Hsrness from the best OAK AND HEMLOCK TANNED LEATHER st piices to suit ths times. H. r.e lllsnkels, Bruahes, Oomnt, c, ror tais. Sly Tlll'MAN BENTLEY. The Meadow King Mower. The Cheapest. Strongest and Simplest Mower in Use. This mower is mads of lbs best Iron and Hteel The Finger liar is tbe most perfect yet invented Tbis novel Joint, used only oa una mower makes THE ONLY REALLY FLEX A ULE CUTTER-BAR YET INVENTED. It csn bs raised bv the driver, while in operation to any position, and th cutters will run equally ss well, being alwsys in a hue with the piiuian. It is thus enabled to conform perfectly to tin anrlace of tneven ur uud, without lucrta.ing the draught, aud also avoiding tbs breakage to common with cutttr bars Joiued at tbs heel of tbs knife. For it lightness of draft wo refer lo the following tests, At the great Field Trial of Mowing Mschlnes bsld ander the ausplcei of the Centennial Coin million, near Philadelphia, on the 27lb and 28th of June, 1870, the Meadow King maintained its reputstioo ss Tns Lioutioit Dnarr Hiankaiiu llui ta m use. Hubbard 4 ft. 6 In. wi It. Huokeye, (New Model) 4 ft. 227 II. Ilnckevu, (Cantoui 4 ft. 24 In. 2KI tl. Walter A. Wood 4 ft. 1 iu. 22J It. Johuetoii 4 ft. 8 iu. 205 tl. Wheeler. No. 6 4 ft, 3 in. UUl II. Screw Power 4 ft. 8 in. 235 tl. Kevetone 4 It. 5 iu. 22H Pi Kifbv .' 4 ft. 2id It. MEADOW KINO 4 ft. 7 In, 205 It, being from 6 to 15 lbs. per foot of cut lighter than sny one on toe nsi. At a i'ubho trial of Mowert, beld July 2, on lbs Ward Cotton Farm, in tbs town or lisrtlsml, Vt. nndsr tbs management of H. C Wheeler, Feu , of White liiver Junction, Vt., the Meadow King Mower received ths award of Host Mower ander s drsnght of 125 pounds, while tb other camp tiu2 mowers showed si loliows: Granite huts lOfltb Hockey 170 Kmflen M W. A. Wood s 210 Tbis was indicated by the dyuametnr fur nished tud hsmlisd by the agent of ths KuirTnu Mowing machine company. The Judges wore Mes.rs Galea, James Loouard. and Geo. b Marcy Trials of tbe Meadow King Mower. Die following re.ulta in regard to the operation of tbe billowing uauied musing machines were ascertained st Oil. nil, Juno 2-i, by the under signed : Wood Machine I feet (1 lu ll cut, rtq lied s oialt ol 175 Iba. hi the grass Clippi r -S feel S nielli cut, I'll pound tn the grae. Meadow King- 4 let! cut, i ll.a, It the glass. Emu h runn, W. H. Powkhs, AlsiiiS Hoi'ta. Coniniitlei strjed upon by lbs seveisl Agents. At Morri.nlle, Vt., June 3th, befuie s.milsr eomiuitt. e; llucaey. - ili.fi ai 175 M.s. Clipper draft was Hid Meadow Kiug-diaft was 125 Gleaner Horse Hay and Grain Rake. The IS.t Rake in Use, a We have Nu merous Testimonial to Show. Ws will al.e refer to the following parlies in this vicinity wbo bsvs used tbe M.sdow King Mower sad most ol I hem tbs Granite Male lUke: U. W. Kaiwall, II. J. Har wood aud Edward Yousg. Dorset ; O.rueliua Smith, A. lieebe, Handgsts; Meiritt Farrar, A. T. Iliird, ltupert, Vt.; briuan Weed, Edward Leacb, Pawlet, VI ; Wu. MeMillen, U. Cleveland, Jeckaoti, N. Y ; Siiaa Boynton, J. M. Moore, HsWrxm. N. . Boi.u rr J. I, McCALL, llup.it, Vt. Wb.ie ssmpl mschiues can U teen sud eilrss oblaiuad. Sj7 HAIR TINE: TI IT II sliaiulslea tbs growth I I If l" '"r venta n iritiu i.iiiog lint or lurniiis srav Ii ala. cares tbst anuleassat Itching Ibst lathe prelude of the hair e decaf. Pemoves daiidrud sad caret sll diteatea of the scalp, ll makes s Dies shampoo sud dreseiog lor ladies' au.l ebll n s bead., ss ll removes tbs dandrnrT sud dirt, keepe tbe bes I cool, and haves lbs bs I ofl sud acalpcl.au. Tiyltiu l yon will nae no other. Aak druggi.'a snd Birr oh am. for it everywhere, or a.nd 75e tu -s for tual bottle. add-essC. W. ltlClla.lllSON, Jisrnt Vt Mild in Manchester by W alt A Hard and V. O rover. Welle, bichard.oe A Co , IlorliugbMi, Vt .whole aii. agiuta. 24 NOTICE ! Having Stdd my Inleteat in tbs Carriage bu.i Btss to P 11. Kell.y.all aocvunla in said timoueaa are pay. bis to bua. ' V. O UuVl.ll. KoTFt't! Having port han-d Of V. Orover hie Carriage basine.a, sun k sad lec-ooiit., J aiu pi. ! nl 14 do Jobbing W.tfk ebeap lor rsb. I srnags I'siDtius sad Trimming a apeeeUv. P H. KEI.LEV. Faetaty Pot at. Vt., March, 177 4 tar. apply (' I. WAIT. Sept. 21. 1.73 M.ucb-.ter, VI. . , , TEXAS FAEMISO 4 STOCK I.ASDS f.seie. l'aaege ticacu t-3 au putala area, las lasi- eaaare ieii-a. aa eueap. Jjg. AMM1 fcEOWS, 5 taaas KeiUH.o, K-wrt ... A GENTS WANTED I want agenU j .,,, Ltler than digging for Gold. .,u! "".- I V, air.au have somelinaM mad. high as luant.i nil. . ... "'-' r ) : E,.rr fasadf Is some ealir. ?"7 '".'; i"?rlZ'"Tr"::" .,;:i...e b.;bt ..-ii.a.ds f laaeillir. .wui nmimrn. raw ... .. - . , ........... f- . .11 ,...1. Ik. te or Bourses i Is l'l"l. s . J S'S'K. Iff. I .a H Par- e' ' Macs U Una ul t'.irwi. N . lhitliH. Is S'-i in,. . Y . Jo. stb, ttaanak sJpAlli.t.f. wif. ul His l.ls Ha M. AiUti.i, ak.d SI .Mrs so-1 i ias. tu I...II 1 .e.lffiv, Ju ,. 4lli, J.r.ni.ak At..i I, M l",,eg.-d 75 J ui WAINTTS, AdreiliaenntnU, nn.t r this head, tsa eeets par but t.b tiitrU., WANTl-t) -LIVE DOVES, wantej I t l! r dUVIi, Uasalsetarer of ArtiSetsI I'tirs, Hm I. .t.i, Vi. UTANT TO I1CY a horse from fl U 10 it at old. liaf rtreleiraj. mast be sonad st.il I in I. 15 I 4 has la high. II IIOI.I ISTFR. Mam l.e.lrr, D-p. t, Vt , May S4, 1ST7. It. VOT1CF. The Trustee of Rurr tod lliiilrin Seminirr are k'rwbf olld tbsl a .pecial meeting of ibe (Vrporatiow. a.U b has,, at their room in (Ii. K miliary, oa Wedaa4sy, June I'uil,, si In "'.!. k a. n.. to llan.aol baal lit .a proper to lo be done st tbe snsual meetia i It, WICMIAW. Man. I.ea'ir, Jure t, 177. tn L)K" SALE. A small lol of gra. J AUDK&SO.V. Maiitheater, Vt., Juns 12 h, 1S77. 4 it fiOOD PA SIT' RE for five or ix hcal ..I a. ... ... ,1 ,..,,) ... I.,,.... .n 1 h.,4 h. apptiitig iu pei.on, er by lulter, la . .. nvnn n a.i. i.. 4-a fsni, VI. pOH SALE, TWO HEAVY TEAM HORSES. P. WTMAN A WIN. t adiny Point, May 9th, IS SI if N'UTICK. Having sold out my .Unik sud l.uMiie.i to W ait A Hard, all aooouutl due we Biil.t be si llli.l with Ihem. Vincent okoveh. Factory Point. Vt., M IT 2C.th, 1877. t. v. u:wi' SIIAVINO AND HAIR DRESSINO SALOON. In ths Cotut houai), opposite the K.uium bouse Sifi'iiU Allntlum liem Ui Jliiiiin'j tuiwra. Maxell KHTKH, Ykkmokt. jjlKEY MOWER ANI) REAPER Bullards Hay Tedder The Ithica Horse Rake. The Very Heft in Use, for sale by (iKllltliK li. licit ION, Msnehester, Vt. Call and sue these machines and read 1 tf the testimonials. notTce. ' Having sold my tulere.t In the re.isiirsiit tud bakery st Factory Point, I hereby notify all per sona in.lttJi toil to me In call and setlle immedi ately, A.IUHHOP. Having pnrchsaed ilia biiaiuesa of A. Illahop, I shall coiilinne ths same, keeping at sll tltuss a good aasortmout of Confectionery, nuts, fruits, orangea, etc, vegnliibles In thsir sessou, also a chotue stock of lisvsiia cigara, J. nAP.HINOTON, Factory Point, May 1st 1877. 50 L'OR SALE OH TO RENT. My farm loulaiuing 2211 seres of land sltnsled lu the north part of Manchester, Vt. lnqulrs of or address llaoney Howard, Factory Point, VI., or the undenigiied. 41 GATES H. BARNARD, Troy. N. T. Invested in Wall HI. (Hooka mskes forlqnei (very month. Hook sent free siplaintsg everethini. Address BAXTER t CO., Bsukers, 17 Wall Bt., N. T. A Safe, Sureatul Cheap Dettroytr oflh POTATO BUG. Cabbage, Current Worms, and other Iu sects is Oi b 1'bst Pouok. Unlike Parla Oresu it dissolve, la wsler, and 1. sprinkled. ure destb. No danger lo plants, or in n.iug. Col's 25 cents sn scrs iSsmpIss msilsd for 30 stmts ( I -4 lb. bos 1 ud lor C r-iulsr with hundred, of lstiiunilL. Dlwionnt lo lbs trsds. KKAItNEY CHEMICAL WOIIKH, P.O. Hot 3I3W M Cuillsndt bt., New York City. For Sale by J. C, Di.ai-kmkr, Manchs er Depot. MA.ML. CllANDLF.lt, Hi unlngtou C'eul.r. A GEN IH WANTED 2 a 50 to 1210 PER MONTH. A New Clear, ami Concise UNIVERSAL HISTORY Commencing sith the earlie.t peitod., uhisissT March, lt.77 . 8 volumes of tbe World's greal, lirmid Ilia oty in one. Aiiclunt, Middla Ag.s Slid Mielern, including bi.tory of Centeuuisl tx position, liiaugiirsl;ou of President Hayis, sud Turkish dilli uiltiea. A bteik of IhMllIng luurest and uinvcr-al need. Bail. f..ir than sny oih.r llestitir.il Illustrations. I-o Price gu.ik Hah-s, Kitra 'leruia, Circulars Free. Address J C. Sh i only A CO., Pbilsdclnbis, Pa, Cincisuatl.O. Chicago, 111. snd HI, Louia. Mo. 3-sw New Millinery Goods l or hiiing mill Summer. I would ssy lo ths Isdies of Manchester snd vicimtT that I have Juat reiurnad fnnn N.w York, bringing with me sn slegsnt sstortsseul of Millim-ry li e.ds. which I bst. sebwtrrf wiih great csrs snd whlt-b 1 sin sir esnn-t fsll to please sll Ho -e who may favor me wuk Ibeur patronage, I have Straw. Silk and Chip Hats in the Norisaudyandoiber o aliai.es. trimmed and BiiUlmmed, alsi . b.au'llnl sud faff Clone aseurtnient of Flowers. Silks and Ribbons in ii.w and Tt-rv desirable shades. I has. Kt CHINO, LfcM, nCKF,tXLLA M, kJU.'K. 11 EH sod EixJIMH, snd sll goods nasally kept in s nulilntry store. I have spent sit weeks ia N'-w York sud (Kited many of tbs mo.1 faabiMi abla places and aols.si millinery stores sad Ulim great pains tu know what gaUMMita are worn iu..l so bow to 111. k.i Iheau. J bsvs si so many enl.r.ly imw patterns ol Dolmans, Sacques. Basques and Overskirts for latlws sud eblidren. My goods will be sold ci.e.p and sil work lu the Diets Matleg sad MUiluery will be done to give seti.reciitio. MI04. I- D. rm KWF.LL. Apul 17, Js77. ELLIN'U TUK INFALLIAULE FIRK KINDLER t0 O'sas. Testiesa- lutoa.. v.. ...t. ul a mi. with increasing snd ,.rhie. o.g eiet Ajf.au asntad of e.orr .naeeapied i Town and Cotihir In tba Males awl lassie , lrf.u.f, giving fail p.ruru.rs seal oa aii, . A kinder eul to a.y oi. w-.toig l b.icu.t sat j Aga-l, Itrf 'n u. igtfcts rs'Civ. tbur t.r - ntory iree- Address . t. SMITH Drawer 12, tteit-l. Wit