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7h M"inf JwMt Journal.
Tb AttiT""!! V V t ' , . m Kit ! ! T'U-f baa twn Ur'l fj;t.tJfg I, j lfn iWT'Uu4 Ilatai 4orin j te f.t ek. tousllj at Hen ab j ir hn! tUtuttg to ritW fi.!. j IUHmkim Uelt I0.ftn ira to j tih oa tlft mi work at,.! ar lit- j t:'ir bolxturc-flf than iLn t!.py I, j It wt-aS i ra to bo i ! ! f i.w'.t.ip on tJirif part . ! aI tniur tneu in uu!u ofjoa a Mrot.lj J.Mififl j.';t If it firmtt I fU-.el at.. tetMrrr.! tmir kMq a i- ... . t!ar Wrtoia pr-fjfUe il toe j f i.re tauat t rt iur-,1, - .vt efi DitU' taji: Sfj eteii- m. rootiucrJ me tlat ccfurm io tie titii rito ,if i!se goT,ftiui,til i ttily meJrt!, aijii I jmptbi74 with Use rr-iii!-tl'!f 'rl U Liiug il atut l-y ft-furm I irif-an an loriPt rilcctioo I th ffiuip, an ! ititrg-'ilf , fi.JoIity, ffieiftity. iil U the (uL!ic tfTiCea. Tlie fi'.'tl tu rte oflk-'! li'ii.Ji rn cntirc'jr U vm ju!iti ! a noel cipt-rimetit, ar.d I do tout we how otic Adiiaitinlrilion, wbkb ImU onlf f jor year, can Kind in aoeceiMiora to any ouch role. I hoo!J tegarj it a aaufficiebt crr-Jit to an AdminUlcatlon to be abie to enforce strict lijnrly, tfficicucy and economy in all tbe public departmenU and ofikea leaving the iacumbeuU, after tha proper dihcbarge of their !TicinI Julio, with the aawo pririiegea aa to politics wh'nb every other ettizen p08eea. unit iiutitf k. l5lUSJtl-OU8, IvHIAKA, 1 K'pt. 18th, 187T. ) ftlittir M mrhetler Jut i:kal: After three yeara of pleasure, profit and good health pent in MancheHter I am now a resident of tb.it city, my fut mer hdme. With a deaire of piviiiff my friendt and the citizen of Manchester, hort deHcription of Indiannpolia, its lusinfM reourcea and other matter, more other matter than bimini'sn re oureet I write there few linei. Indianapolirt, the capital of the utate, i centrally located ; it very level ; has a few moio railroad than any other city in the world ; and hat doubled ita population tince 1?69, which now reaches one hundred and twenty thous and. Ita new building, which ore many, present a very tubstatitial tp pearauce. The ttrveta aro wide, roomy and well thaded, are kept clean and neat, by the chain-garifr men arretted for ina!l offence and unablo to pay their Cues. (I hav'nt acsixted in clean iiifT the street a yet.) This city it alno the county seat of Marion county mid liu just finished a splendid new court houHO one of the CnoBt county building In the United State at a cowt of two million dollar, built of gray stone and ia magnificent in all it ex terior embelihmcnt, while its interior it a marvel of beauty and elegance of decoration, which appear in tho eye of many to have been in a largo mean, ore a needles expondttore of tho coun ty's funds Tho fUto capital building, a very rickety, tumble-down affair for a state In so prosperous a condition, is to bo replaced by a splendid new one a soon it possible. Fraud which is so fre )upiit in public work will be little ptac ti p. imagine, in its erection fr Ii dun h fiirtl governor lint model of economy Uncbt Jimmy, or Blue Jeans VViUiarnn, Iid you ever nee tittn J I belief e he attended the cen tennial O 'lehiaiion at Bennington, Aug. Itjth He is very tall, sit feet fire or pit inches. Imagine a very tall man. !en. Love for instance, with a suit of blue j'tis th tt Gt him like a bag on a beo pole, a daik beard around his neck under hi chin, a seedy lookiug slouch hat and you have Hon. James D. Wil li m, (inventor of Indiana. Cul. Hubert O. Ingersoll of Peor III , pis-d through here a few even ings hi- and after be ha'l changed cr at the I'd inn Dppot, two reporters l.nunced into the car, one at each end. and tsckled the colonel about as fol io: Will yon exenso the impudent interviewer, if he inquire where yon j have ten, what you have been doing, anl where you are going f Oaxing iili a sort of amazement at the pair be resjH.iided, Good fiod ! I've leen to WasbingUm aiel I'm going home. (Jw)i night The InJiatapoli Jour- bal'a young man had it on bi tongue j to k the gtt orator his opinion uf j common recreation and rest. Sonic Um eivil . rv it e policy of the Adujini- time during tho present seasoo a party tiation, but that sweet good night j (who lknow and care not)!ia run what druie il all out cf bis bead acid he rc! be evidently meant should be a fence tin.! ia aa good order as paib!. i around this part of the stream, posted This cily has tweMy-Gve public j his notice duly aigned by the owner chool building, fjiir of which ar de-1 of the land aud thus endeavored to vuted Ut the education of colored chil-j mske of it private property. Now we 1 can boi . me average at-j lets lam e, thia year, aa school baa just j Uw that can be asked for and so cue KvmmeoceJ. but it is very large. j i m re billing to abide by it. Hut it The t at nu-i wiib a never lots i our deliberate intention next sum one night last week ia the burning cf . mer to again fit our camp upon and to one of ita largest charitable iostitu- again draw our breakfast from Long tiona. Tbe Soldiers Orphan's Hune, j Lak. And should there be a special which d.d lb bigbral credit ta the ait of the legislator forbidding it we tue. Tb ec.il wilt not allow it la about J ttill Zn? 11. The ... . p icl of it great otw-fu'ties and: beicg. The farajett in the sorroond'og j ' l' are ttrj i,a:! rv-- this y-w m tl cft.j tl lit.it ttr rtn ' tlnuUtl. It -J lUt IaZIv. Ik ' r. -4 ?t trra 'at.'! tif) til yea. l ! 'Vf U ! St Th n-rt t,!.H Ji. I. re MajJ U ity riiftwtjv f:i t'ale t-A a 'frvTsl rival f t-csiiMt, am! ! ! j I i- iietp tier :'! I ff. tit r i4t' 1 j f I arj tittJ- unco I hv t-ti t-'st I ft iii east. I ul thi? r-ro- It. !it-n;i i!l Mrf.-n I rtf irc54 ty a "' f ii'r ! known the !i s '''!. ttV-nAw. .tooth! t,f r i,B'sU f o'J". b:.h 'i!'tt tb niansUi luring ,J I"" iWt I kilo lb "J ti&H "' I' fM I rre fr '' ibot bK dirr-etlj through t,,f t7 liirb In th jal dm rauoeJ 5,"' 'f Jietiitlanre. At ttn- jjin-st'tit tiine forriity-eight jcgtr p'" orriri! ati-1 leavv li re 1a.!y, ' wti'1 wfficietit tttn!r t jian ti., .1 .1.. ""' ii't utv.j. '' ery diffi.'rrut from iif-' qui. t Mattt licnU-r that I am in- U Katij'f and amuNcJ. In the morniitit I aiu awVf tied by the tattle of the ruarrel mn's wagon or the milk man's I It, later Came the rsg man and the ftiect pej Her, ahono yell no one can understand and, as 1 he lUribury News Man cure ii. If Iecou!d have hearj a stn-ft ped lU ryi.il apples tboio would hvr- Imtii chitliing stores in Dati bu: v to d.y, so it is here. With this I will close and if you think you can sUud any more, I will write you agaiu. Yours truly, C. II. I'. Mr. Kdilor: I desire to make publio a few words concerning the operation of tho present fish and game law. Tho theory cf the law, itsf If, I deem sound . But all laws are liable to abuse, and the uxe which is being made of this law ia bringing it itito strong1 disfavor with the mans of the people. As a member of a club whose tole object is tho preservation cf our fish and game I desire in common with my fellow members, that this law shall be respected and honored. There is no doubt that, in regard to this law, tho old, innate, native ieeling is that air and water, fish and birds aro freo and common properly. And tho feeling is a true one. It ia tho natural feeling of tho human heart. And this law nuiHt bo cxecisc.l in a more neigh borly, mauly and Christian manner, or tho people will arise and crush it. The strict exercise of it may do for tho plains and ttj valleys, but never for tho mountains and the hills. A fur dif ferent spirit invariably reigns there in regard to such matters, and the peoplo havu seen about enough of the swinish impudence which it has called out, l'crsons in whoso hands a fishing rod hastiotballthelilhcneusof a boo handle appropriate miles of etresms that flow entirety through woodland and pasture, not for to fish themselves, for they aro loo tight to spend the liino and too ig norant of tho art to bait a hook, but out of sheer ktingiuess in order to deprive a poor neighbor of a rich meal and a keen enjoyment, or to gain a half dollar from Borne rich sportsman who may, for that paltry sum, clean tho brook entire. Streams that cross tho road in slucc ways are by this class, Uma ftde posted. No wonder the six year old boys put their notices in derision upon thocom mon. They arj only lotting out the inborn fpirit of '76. As a matter of fact tho first iutima lion we have bidxf tho exislanco of certain streams within amilo of the place where wo have spent our lives has lent through these postings. And greedy have many land owners be come of showing their importance that they have posted their notices upon tnouitain Undo in some cases even be yond any inclosure. In the south part of Ml. Tabor near what is known (to mauy I hope per- aonally), as Huffum pond is an expan sion of roaring branch, called Long Lake, a long, deep and quite wide set back of water. Old sportsmen delight to tell to gaping youngsters how twen ty-five or more vears ago, with their feet pfanted in a certain place without tining from their track they have caught, in an hour, as many banduomc trout as they could lug out of tho woods. Our experience has never been of that character, but wo have heard essentially the same story repeated by a half doiten different actors. This part of the stream is at least three miles from the nearest clearing, act back into this farihert depth of tho wilderness It is a still, quiet place villi the noble spruce fringing it closely and thickly upon l ither side, one of this-e place which he who visits insensibly feels as given by the Creator as a place fori nvo ail tespeel lor the majesty ol inc . . . ... . sport au l the healthful recreation tbatj, Aliautic and Chsrioltersiiway, of may te gathered there are wof private jfjeorj-ia, and two fvr t!;e Grctnviiia and property, ao long the ring of tbe i'4i'a aie is erik&fwa to iu fctoe, aul all Natrre tL-Te awaits with op5 arsis t !- rr.f t, art.! - f:t tf mas can cake it j. Sfh aw of it a tie inolascet siwuwa-! absv losl! ! Hrotg'y c:-o.J.-JneiI by all pt. rn W ( tl pTi-Mfrt gtae 5 if ttfy drsiic it t fu'lwt tie present legi' alure-, Ne t t t-9 wra!icae we give another instance. There is an old roan of sev e:.ty i i f.ir vi lu'.i who has spent all tl.e en;: yat le pnil. n of bis life amotg the iM spt-rls of the f rft, gaining his livelihood Jatgi iy froni the fieh and f ;r of its Arisen. Aa he approaches tl.e en I f lifo everything eUe t' I ginninj to li ita bold upon bit af b ( ti t s. His children aro scattered s jn.e f thion bravely deal yet their absecr dislnrbt Inn not. The steady pursuit of Lis tr.ide be is no longer able to follow, Lut be complains not. I!ut the old forest has lost for him none of its charms. Yet a he enters its ccver with bis gnn and bis traps he finds conspicuously posted on some tree the notice, " Fishing and Trapping Pro hibited." Nino cut of every ten of the notice that meet bis eye were put there out of sheer meanness, by persons who do not own a gun or know how to load one, who have never owned a trap and don't know how to set one, and would deservedly get their fingers canght should they attempt it They knew and desired it should wound hi heart- The least possible injury ho has committed they are unablo to show. On the contrary he has saved many of their hens and their sheep from the bears and tho foxes, and would many more if they would let bira alono, But what of that, they havo an opportunity to bo mean and have never been known to wasle one. Wo repent. Such actions arc not countenanced by all truo, well-wishers of tho present fish and gamo law. B.viiKnivii.LE, Vt, Sept. 17tb, 1877. Dear Journql: A pleasant ri Jo of twelve miles over a good road and tho Green Mountain brought u to South Londonderry and Jho Grove mcetingwhich was so mod estly announced in the Journal two week ago. As wo drove upon the ground the genial faco of Dr. Marden met us and he informed us that ample provision had been mado for all who camo from a distance and that wo need only to step from our wagon to the scuts in front of tho preacher' stand and our team would bo well cared for at an expense barely sufficient to cover cost of feed. Wo took tho Doctor's word and (subsequently found that he mcaut everything ho Baid. It was Saturday and the thirl day of tho meeting. The Kev, Mr. Wells, of Wardsboro, preached in tho forenoon to an audience of abount 400. Iu the afternoon tho I!ev. Mr. Gumming from Mt. Holley, preached from Exodus 32 26. " Who is on tho Lord's side," The able manner in which Mr. Curamiugs presented the old, worn, but vitally im portant question, held tho large audi ence, which had increased to at least 800, in almost breathless attention throughout his discourse, and the con tinued silenco for a brief period after tho Amen was spoken gavo evidence that more would bavo been keenly rel ished. Several other Rev. gentlemen followed Mr. Cnmmings and spoke ably and impressively. Dut I suppose your local correspondent will givo you a full report of tho meeting. I only designed to givo you tho impressions of a stran ger among a peoplo who from distance ought to b strangers, but from gem ality and habit are bound not to be strangers to any who coma among thorn. The grove selected for the meeting is about eighty roils north of tho hotel and I believe for tho accommodation of a large gathering of people it is not surpassed by any grove in tho stute. It is easy of access, gently sloping, densely shaded and plenty of water Sunday was tho fourth and last day of tho meeting and the audience was quite large, jodgiog from the number tho seats would accommodate, at least 1500 were present and throughout tho day perfect order and decorum were obser ved not only upon the grounds but ap parently throughout the neighborhood No police badge was to be seen, in fact none was needed, the very atmosphere was fatal to the swaggering loafer or the noisy, brainless rowdy. Much credit is due to Ilcv. Mr. Trevalion, of tho Methodist church, and Rev. Mr. Wheeler, ol the Baptist church, for the manner in which the meeting was con ducted, and much credit is duo to a people win will so universally unito to make an occasion of this kind enjoyable and pleasant to all. J- Tbe fastest time ever wade by a learn was thai on Tuesday by Mr. Wm. H. Vamlrrbtit's at Flet-lwotid park two minutes and twenty-three secondt. Mr. Vanderbilt himself drove, and Ills licved that he can even beatlMa nnparal- Iclcd record. The Maine eltclioii bat resulted In the reelection of Gov. Conner by a plurality of UJjiJO, and a tnsjoilty over all of j (C.i'JO.) This will exceed bit majority In lb, by 707, and came within 3,000 that in lsTC. The greenback vote in lirG wu 633, and this year it will be not far from 5,0"0. Tbe Baldwin locomotive woik bave recent'y received order for ten locomo tives for tbe Missouri, Kansas, and Texas railw ay, live for tb Pacific coast, four Colombia raUroad of Sulb Carolina T: Ml. AaiUcv r-vminajv, at licneu.g- to, tttavj Ua tnly-HAiJ jr an- k!fit tlc Bnak.-tuu.tit '! 1 if. Yale, im TaeaUy of last 1'rof. 4. V. HaU, f. i be v.:m if3", Miilkburr college, baa baro alde-J it n faculty, wbWb, to eetber with It: iatf'TOVtd scboal nwjm, .'ut.j! wt,tj, sad a fvHiJ alit ujmce, pr tiiura wcil lor tUe fa'.br of ilia Invi tation. Uiiceuliy, jut as an lcaraio) Iraio, ioaded with paw'CTS bad left l.)n.1jtl vi:!e, one ol the r uiilove at the deiot happened lu thtuk that the freight train, A at f.vm the aauia direelijo io which the eicurioniia bad kft bad not arrived and the um; of an eng'tue, which annul on a aide track wi.b a'.catn '-up, aud which was sent Kreechicg afier the tK-piariisi train, bcv)y avfrted a let jib' coloiion. Tne third annual meeting of thu W, man' Temperauce Union of Verru,mt will be belJ at 5t. Aihaoa on theSt'tb; and iTth of 6. pieuihur. Th object of j litis convctitiou is to consider by wltut mcaoi ttie temperanoe reform may be promoted, and to acquire courage, atreujitb and l. ill for future effort. A fviU programme baa been prepared, and an Interesting and profitable meeting la expected. j V. T. Dow.C. L. Mason, 0car Mason aud Finlerick Martiu of Kitt Kichford played base ball ou bunday, for which iport thry paid $10 "5 csx'h. A. Wilkios, Geo. Morgan and C. N. Ilouk of trading, while at work ou the road one day recently, killed sltlped tiinl,", sh 'lit as Uigo as a titsn's wrin In the tlilckfi'i part, tu which were found f.' cm (i ones none of them less lhau six inrhes long. J. Thompson of Windsor gives tho fol lowing as tho account kept with his 00 native hens for six month ending July 1: Cost of keeping, $.'2 30; receipts, '2'M dozen egj(i st an average of 14 cents, SioSCl; net, 331.2S. A hen at St. Albans recently hatched out a iie-t of tui'tlo ei;gs, and no mother was ever more surprised and out of sorts with her family. The worshippers at a church in Ily gaie were very much disturbed on a re cent Sunday, for uearly 1,000 cattle, which had been drlveu iuto town, sur. rounded the church during the hour of morning worship aud monopolized (he music. lion. It. J. Jones of Cornwall bss sold two bucks aud four ewes, to a California man for $G00; also two bucks to another party for $200. McBers. Moore & Biased of Slioreliain bave shipped 75 bucks to the West. Ilonry Morris of Chcstor has just threshed two hundred and fifty-three bushels of oats from three aud one-third acres of ground. Saturday last the largo barn and out buildings ou the farm of Mr. Anson S. Johnsou, of South Burlington, were to tally consumed by fire, together with 70 tons of hay, 100 bushels of oats, 100 bush els of wheat, a quantity of peas and bar ley, a new fanning mill, two sled, etc. The total loes is about $2,500, ou which there is an iiHtirsuco of only $200. Ono- half of thocoutonts of tho buildings were owned by the tenaut on shares, Mr. Wes ley Smith. Tho lire is supposed to have taken from a match accidentally drop ted into some straw. Mr. Thomas E. Boyce, of tho class ol '70 of Middlehury eollcga, has taken a position as teacher in the school of Prof, M. E. Cady, formerly of Middlehury, Iu tho thriving city of Aurora, III. Mr. Boy co started for his western homo on Thursday afternoon. As the (rain ovor the Burliugton & Lamoille railroad was moving towards Cambridge Junction, Wednesday, it struck a largo tree which bad been blown across the track, this side of North Un derhill. The cowcatcher of tho locomo tive was broken, and the train narrowly escaped being thrown from the track. Albert Flits of Bralntreo gave four sknuk fits by killing all with a tingle blow of a heavy club. Then ho went and burled his clothes. A seven years old son of A. li. South worth of Fairies jumpod from a win low twelve foot 1 1 tho ground, while asleep. Tim ftll did not awaken him or crioinly hjuro 1,1m. (i. YV.CUrk of BcuitiiiKlon, has riio fitfs on a "fiij-lree" which is ovor twenty- six years olil, Ntttl hss boruuliuit each jfsrshtct thu second. This tree is kept in tftti opti sir during hot weather, ami in an ordinary warm room timing the cjld soitsoii. Senator Morrill, of Vermont, says that there wss no necessity lor the Prefideot's order to o (Bce-holdcis so far as Vermont is concerned, bectm loliril oMojrs here uuvcr bavs assumed to control po litical uppoinlmoiiu, adding: "If for one minute it was thought that any offl cial st rojjated to himself power over the distribution of official patronage or places it would bsve been almost fatal to him." Vermont is to be congratulated not only because of Ur freedom from official dic tation, but becanse of the poisessiou of a public opinion which readers such dicta lion iiii)Oi-.il)'e. There is said to bo a marked mortality among tho fjh iu Lake Bomoseen, their pntriil ii-iDuitu being noticeable along the shore. The cause of tbls unusual fstaiity is aliened to be paria green wash ed from potato vines by the rain, and the n re into the water ptoducing the hove ffi-ct. Wiille K. C. Hunter, of Jy, was driv ing over a bridge, few days tlttce, hia bor.e took fright, aud bimiiClf and team were precipitated Into lha stream below. Mr. Iluuu-r vss aerioaaly bruised, and rectived two broken bones. 8o Tiionotwiitr iom UUN'T'S UEME- I)Y braes un and strengthen the const!- ofituiion H.Bt KiiliiBir. II n.l li-r ami L'rluarv Diseases, are promptly cured. IIL'KT'o KEMEDY curea Gravel, fclone or Calca lu io lb Bladder, Brick Dust Deposits, Incontinence of Urioe, and Diabetes. HUNT'S UEMEDY care all Diaeaae of tbe Kidneys, Bladdet, and Urinary Or gans. Cl a use's Tktb A ti k Diyita er utlantty. ly A. C. BURR. Look at Prices for Cash. 75 cent Ktnpresa Cloth f r '.'5 cent D " Ires Good b-r 15 " 11.25 Table Lioen for 75 cent. Gray ai d Blue Waterproof below cost, 50 cent lied Flannel for 2 cents. S5 cent White Fanoel for 2t enU. Good Straw Ticktug 10 ce!,ls, P.rowB Denim 12 cet.t. Cotton Halting 10 to 15 cents. Lac Window Curtain 25 cent per yd Covered Button!! eobirs 10 ct ados CbilJrcut Glove Id to 15 ccnU. 110 Shawls for M 00. n :,o. ti f'J.0,1. $1.25 Com't for 75 cent. Hi! k r.s Just Half Piifo. Worsteds 15 cent per oz. Dmetviic Patents F cents LOO LucLakiu Gloves for ft. 25. Flour at a Bargain. pounds Satin Gloss Starch CO cc!t. Sacks !alt 25 cctitH. SANFORD'S JAMAICA GINGER Tliii iL'ttt i rct.tiritUon is im trrtl from the TKt'B Jttiifci. (MiiKHr. cimtUtisd itli rh mo r- t-nialjct Riul iMiain ttvui h nrkiidv. ml ta ml ty virut Ij rvir,v uthr lntr l nr ehanea tf OrHiKr l fof lh' "public I ff whivh t pf rJ villi klvulini by tun oi.l lirmt.. CHOLERA MORBUS, Crsnis, lMnn, I)i-rliu ami Dvsi iitcry ars In- iniitij luiii-Ti-ti ujr li. ii. win rnii'ii-i of t'liuliira tlorliaa impiwsiliie, If Ukstt srliua lbs avrmitimirt nf tins daiiffi'i-unscuniDlsitit llrat man ifest tli('ir,"!l!. Cramps and Pains whether imtitil t v iDiltcestion. Improper fJ change of watvr ur tliot, i ft s inilulKanoa iu ire wattor, sxpusurs tu snO .Ion 'liatiiti-s or iftm peraturs, ars nniuJintely rulinvsil ty it. Una otitic added to a iialiuo "f ICE 7ATER aud awsatensil, furms a tntxtnra hli:h, aa a cooling, hsaltliy, and rorreatiinK Huinmor liuv ersgs, lias no t,ilal. llariuli of Ita water pre pared In tun way, may oa ursna wiiiniui ins Ulthteat Injury i'and happy is Urn man who finds iu this a auBntitute mr spirituous liiiinra. Its value to the Farmer, the Mmbeuio, aud Iauorer paunot he over-estnuaUid. Il ia so cheap aa to be within the reach of all j ao finely flavored aa to be enjoyvd by lovera of the ohoioest Uiuors. DYSPEPSIA, Flatulency, MiiKirisli DiRention, want of Tone and activity in the atotnacta and bowele oppruaa. ion after eating, are sure to be relieved by a un file doeo taken alter each meal. A great want I'llita for a Restorative Stimulant free from aeriona ohjc-ifimie, yet palatable, even invitinx to the seiisiiive palate, which will create no moil ml appetite fur iuclf and oporate aa an aasislant tu illKmU m, as well as perform Hie functiuna ot a etiiHiilant. Huch wo ouufidimtly believe is to to found ia Siinford's Jiimaica (iingcr, an elegant comUnatien ot the True Jamaica Ginger with the choicest Aroiuatioa. It is be yond all comilsnson tho moat healthy, invigor ating tonic anil stimulant bcturs the public, It is earnestly recommended to the weak aud ner vous, to those recovering from debilitating die eases, and to tho awed, to whom it impirte warmth and vij;or. OKfjA 11EWAR1) Will be paid for a hottle of any oilier Kxlrsct or Essence of Ginger if found tocijual in lino flavor, purity, and prompt medicinal ef fect San ford's Jamaica (linger. Largost, Cheapest and Best. Take no other until you have given it a trial. Sold by all Wbolestlo and Metal! DrnggiHts, Oro eern, and ilcnlrrs Iu medtoius. l'rice 60 cents. WfcKKS 1 rol l i'.li, (kncral Ageuts aud Whole Bale DniRHisis, Uotlon. ELECTRICITY For the Million. Ait Elecfrict Jiattcry for 2.5 Cents. COLLIN'S VOLTAIC PLASTER Carea Pain and Aches. It equtilizns the Circnlstion. It subdue Inllammstery Action. It cures Kupturcs and Htrsins. It removes rain and Huretu-ss. It cures Kidney Complaint. It strengthens tho II uncles. It cures Ithcnmatisin snd Neuralgia. It relaxes Htillened Cord It enrea Nervotta Shocks. It ia luvaluntile in I'unlvais. It cures inhumation i,f the L ver It ri'infivea Nervonii 1'aoia. I:, cure Npii a, , onliiis s, It la (irtft'il and r'o oliing. It cnrc Kptliij s? or Fiti. 1 1, i afn, Ki li.h'e. and Jiiii'mii.al. It in irif-ribi d bv I'uvsietkita. It Is ni'lorn-d by Elec'.ru -una. Collin's Voltaic Plaster, iswarruil, A, on tn renutitlnii of Dr. Collins, ita iiivcit ,r, mi old phvMicia-i, to to the bedt pUstnr iu the world ol tin hi fine. The union of tba two great medical g 'tn, vi.., Klectricity and Mi'dicitl l mi au I hum-nii'S, rully Jnatities the claim, n I eni:tl a this roiuetly tu rauk f.irs mo -t am in all rui-a'ive compounds fur all ti terniil Achi snd 1'ain. Hold by all diurset, an I sent on rernlpt of 13 eeuta lit one. Ii.it fur sis, or ti Jo for twl carefollv wrapped, and warrauled, by WtKKS 4 1'OTIER, I'ropiietura, lloaton, Mia. IH TOR SALK OU TO KENT. My farm i outaiulng 226 ac.in of laud aituated lu the mirth ptrtof M iiinli-a'jsr, Vt. lmoireof or addres4 lfanii-y Howard, factory I'oiiit, Vt., or the underiurieil 41 GATE! II. liAltNAkft, Troy, N. T. TUST KECEIVED AT MRS. WILCOX a nrw and nice assnr'tneut of worsteds. A aloe ine of MOTTOM, CARD BOARD, CANVAS, Ac, Notice tbe Tinted Motlots al Mia Wilooa, and ao eiieff . Notice the Tinted Motloc in Blue, Drab, Pink, and Brown. Sometbin New in fiilded Mottoes, at Mrs. Wilcox. lie aura an I Ixk at tbe CROWN MOTTOES, nice aa ao oil piiotin. TitiUtd Cant Koanl Io 'iild and iiiivrr. Java canvas la Ulsfk, bcarkl, llrown and While. You can find CHILDREN'S COLLARS, aud BIBS, Ladies Linen Collars and Caff. Cr; L.n l:i'li,i.i', in whiU and black, and FoKlti( piaiUtd aud plain, Kavfc Tiaa, Ireas bit id., Ac Ac , at Mrs. L. Wnooa. A Ft w New Fall Style of Hats, Jn-l Ikvu-tvad. MBS. I.. vTIIXOX. f aotory Tsint, Vt,, fcfpt. Mt, fsT7- i Lamp Chimney, 25 ciit. 7 Bar Sterling Soap 25 cenU. 9 Bar iVtbio fv.ap ti 00. Dixon Stove Polish 5 cent l 00 Tea for 73 cent. M Cent Tea for 60 cent. (IO " for 0 cent. 100 Plant Jar at Half Price. Butler Jar at Coat. 4 BushcUSack Salt IT 75. Men Rubber Boot, No. 10, J3 00, Boy " " $2 00. Boy Leather lbmU ft Ps to f 2 00. Women' Calf Skin Shoes. 100 p'r Missc Shoes 75 c't to f 1 50. 150 p'r Children' Shoes 25 c'ls to ft ft 00 Veiling for 60 c't per yard. Velvet and Velveteen. Black Switches (real hair) $ I 00. Fashion Catalogues Free. Overcoat, Clothing and Bttff.il. Rulc at your own prices. Lin ply Oil aud Pork Barrels. S777 ia not easily earned la tlisae tiniea, but it can tie me,!? in thtn tuentl.a b snv wi of either art, Iu any part if the country, who is wlllliir ( wmk steadily at tlis ruipioju,ant that luruiali. In- per k in tour owd town. You need Dot be awav tr ro Bone over uujht. Von caa Rive yuur whole tuna to th work, or on v yuur spars momenta. Vi e have aRimta wlo are aiakliif over tit Iwr day. All who engage at once eau make ni-mey fast. At the prseetit time luouey cannot be made st easily and rapidly at any othi busiuess. It costs BnttiinH an try the bulu-ss. Terms and ti outnt freo. Addresa al win. II to VI It. IIai i rrr A Ce., Iirtlii,t, Uaine. (1 KORO K II TCU KLDKUVS IhTATK. KrsTS or Vr. ir, Mancheater Mstrie'. ss In t'rot-ate t'ourt, held at Msnehester, witlnu aud for aaid District o.) tho tMIl tiny of AUifnai, A. t , 177. I'leseiit lion. E. 0. burton Jiidtfe, The A lmiiiialra'nr, 1. 1,. Knit, on Ihs eelat" nftleorir ltatchelder late of li.irs.o, In asid diatriet ibioeaaod, proposj.ig to reuder au acootint of bla edniiiiiatraUou on aaid ealats, il ta nrdursd bv aaid Court that ald aeoouul be eiauiiond fur allowance at a eeasion thereof iu be hold st the I'robato Oftl.ie In Manchester in said Diatriet on tbe Jltlth day of Keplombi r, A. D., 1S77, and that liotioe be given (o all persona Istervated by the publication of this order In the Maiitbssler joi'SSAL, a newspaper printed at aaid Miiiches ter, tim e weeks aucceaaivvly. previous to aaid time of beanos'. A true reourd, Attest, K. BDt'UTOS, JndKe. A Irua copy of Uncord, 15 Kw Atteat, E. 11. Iil'UTON, Judgo. )YER O ATM AN '8 ESTATE. Htateof Vermont, Itanehiiater District, sa. At a 1'robate Court held at Manchester within aud for aaid diatriet of Manchester, on the 3otu day of Aujust a. i. 1H78. Pruaeut. Hon. E. II. lliirtoti, Judge. An Ibsttuiueut, purporttnu to be the last Will and Testamout of Dyer Oatiuan, late of Arling ton, in aaiu district, urceaaed, tioing prsaented by Geo, It. Oatiuan, tbo Kieeutor thureiu named, for IVobate, it ta orderel by said Coiut, that all poraoiis couenrued therein be notiSed to appear at a seaaiun thereof, to bo held at the Pi ol te OtUoe In Mvnctinster, in aslil district, on the ISilh day ofHept, A. D., 1K7, at 111 o'clock. In the forenoon, and show cause, ii any they have, against the probate of asi l Will ; fur which mirpnso it la further ordered, that this order, be liubhshed three woeks successively in the Mancheslor Joi.'Iimai,, a newspaper printed at Maiieheator in this state, previous in said time of bearing. A true reoonl, Atteat,!?. II. 1IDUTON, Judge. A true copy of rcotnd, 10 Sw Attest, K. 1). Dt'nrON.Jiidgs. JOSEPH W. MOUSE ESTATE. Htat or Vkhmoni, District of Manchester ss. In I'robato Court, bold at Matichnalnr, within and for said Diatriet on the 3d day of Heptcnibcr a. n. 1877. I'roaent, Hon, K. Ii. Burton, Judge. The Kieeutor, ltobiiiaou Andrus, on the ostate of Joseph VT. Morse, Isto of Dorset, in said district deceased, proposing to rentier an aocuunt of hia adinitiistration ou aaid estate, it ia ordered by aaid Court that said account bo e&amined for allowanco st a session thereof Io be held at the i'rnbsts Ollico in Manchester in said Diatriet ou the 20th day of Heptomber, A. n. 1H77, aud that notice be given to all persons In terested by tho publication of this order in the Manchester JorjuNii., a newspaper printed at said Manchester, three woeks successively, previous to said tints of bearing. A true record, Attest, IS. II. BUBTON, Judge. A trne oopy of Itecord, 1B-3W Atteat, K. U. BC11TON, Judge. L'LVIRA P. BATCUELDEK'S AJ K8TATE. Hi atb or VEitatosT. Manchester District sa. In i'robate Court, held at Manchester, within and for said district on the 2.'th day of August A. !., 1S77. l'rcsent Hon. E. B. Burton. Judge. The adininistrater. D. I.. Kent, on tho estate of Klrita I'. IUtchehler, late of Dorset in said district deceased, proposing to render an account of hia administration mt said estate, It is ordered by said court that aaid account be eiannued for allowance at a session thereof to be held st the Probata OIHca iu Manchester in aaid district on the 2 lib day of Heptaiubor A. n. JH77, and that notice be given to all persons Interested by the publi cation of tins order in tb Manelieator Joi unal, a newspaper printed at said Manchester, three weeka aucveasivuly, previous Io said time of hearing. A true rocord, At'est, K. II. lit.' KTON, Judge. A true copy of ri cor I, 10 Sw "Atie-t, K. II. IlfltrON, Judae. VOIICEIX MASK RUI'TCY. In the District Court ot Ills L'uiled Ktatea for lbs Distiicl of Vermont. Ia He. Walt e A Ui.ilfor I, llankrupls. In tlarikruptcy Disiriel of V, riii int, s Nolle.. is ln-n bygtvrn ili.i s peiitioti has been tiled in said Coin, by Oi-o. A. Watties aud Frank II. iirailf ml, of llenniiigton, lu aaid District, duly declared bAiisrniits, under the Act of O.ngrcaa i f JJ.irch Sid, for a discharge and certifleate thereof, from all their itidividal and co-partnership debts and other eUlins provsble under aaid Act, and that the il l dav of October, IK77 al o'clock a. tu., before tbe lion. Iloyt H Wheeler, Judare, of aaid court, at the I). H. Court Itooms in Ililtland ia assigned for the beaiiuir of tits same, when and where all creditors woo have proved their debts, and other persons iu Inter est, may st'end and show cense. If auy I bey have why tbe prarcr of aaid petition auould not oe granted. Dated at Burtiogtou, on the 21) lb day of Aunst 1H77. 10-3W 11. B. UMALLEY, Clerk. IN BANKRUPTCY. Dialnct Court of t'uited HtaU-a, Kistbii T or VisimosT sa. in the Matter uf William J. Hamilton, Bank rupt. In itankruplcy. To the creditors uf aaid bankrupt and all Others whom It may concern. The undersigned Aseignee of tbe estate of aaid bankrupt hereby gives nonce that it has been ordered by the District eourt, of said diatriet. that the aecond and third general aseetiug of Hi creditors of said bankrupt be held at tbe Towu Hall in Ar lington, In eaul district, on llie'i'ith day of " toiier A. 1. IS77 at nine o'clock a. in., milnre W. O. Vasy, KT , llegister, f-ir the wurposes nawn d lu the 27Ui and ilSih aectionaof the batik rupl Act of March 'i l if 7, and Ihia ia also to give nonce that I have Sled my Ins I account aa Aasignee of raid bankrupt, ami that at said time and place I shall applv to said court for the a-t-tlruistit of said account and for a discbarge from all lisbihlv as Assignee cf aaid eatate. In sc -oi ilauee iU the provisions of ssl! j-Ui aeetlou. It. T HCIiD. Aaaigne. Dslrd at Arlingtiu iu aai 1 District this t ub day of rieptnil.r, A. D. IS77. IS S NOTICE. 1 have on band the celebrated Argand Coal Stove together ViUi aa assortment of COOKING and PARLOR STOVES, for wool awl aoal i Hollow Ware, Tin Ware, Ktove Pipe, A'l of which ;:!be soil a, lbs hwest rash prlee. t Jobbing as! a 1 kjsda, In wy in, proanpliy sad i aralir eaajcatad. OiV Bes a esil. SAU L B. JOCKO. I racMT I'vwi, flefi, 1, IST7. WANTS. ! AJ''t tt. Ik a-t, i et frr f t fi-t ant r-J- i r " i 1. h t. M-Mstrr. I Mi; Nai.i;. . . t. Tknw t( a-c. JkA Ttimn l tv.et. Ti, t. is;;. nil N l'TH E mt -,r. lt.t. U W;s ts tft as ok,.t jaat mum n rw.w. 11 na rt, tu t to f,h,l all Ia4 htt i sni- a.nl as I ibaU 'y LIU i.t I nttUttUtm f IKI Sat. 1 1 xisr a mi nit, INK, Vt.lW j-l 1Kb. is:7, 4w U. V , f ltl'1,1, v n v s i c i a s n ii m'Hiitox, trt.vt al Krit, il . i. k ef M,.u aa.! Nol"a Mat Sis., 51 i. irnrin, - - saaWuSV VOriCK Having fsdi ray business I K, M IVsil, all pereona to-tsl.ls.t to aa are i pi sie.1 t i call and pit no wohaut fnrthar a.vv. jJilN d IvLAt aUaU. !au. hrtaler Depot, Tt, Aa. tat, IS7T. VOR HALK V SO Obi Ift'ltlKS SO Obl .. l)..s and Pica U.ui,nf AMiwt hllt.l.tHlN Mn. heeu r, Vt., Ktpt. 5th. i77 IS pot; SALE I TIlUKi; (100D FARROW" COWS. JOHN liATTIH. Msm-hsslor, Vl S pi. tsth( IST7. It Sw VOTiCE. Thi is to give notice that A I have gits ti my son, rmitb I. Hykrs, hia time dmltig the remainder ot his tutvority aa.l sba I cUiin u n e of hia waea tnr pay any debia of los ooutra-ting alter tins dtts. hb.111 P. SlfKF.S. Msocli. ,o r, lu pt. 4th, 1S77 IS-jw ON MT. EQUINOX. I ean fiirtil -b meala, 1ih1Iiw and feed fur lior. ars, at reasonable ratea at the Summit Unuse, I stisl! remain until Oct. tit i'i:ri.Huowi.N. TEXAS FAUM1NO A HTOOK LAK DM tor sale. 1'aassge tieksta to all point west. Th la si- osas r s tirina, one stamp. Da. AMMI llltOW.N, M ,Stss lli li.i.ia.i, IIostos, HALE. (UK OP DItAKK'S Automatic Gas Machines, with pipes and Ihturee, complete, tor price Aa , tiKi titre of or addroas WAIT IIATtn, 8-1,1 Manchester, Vt. t. v. i.r.wis' StIAVINU AND HAIR DRESSING SALOON. In the Court house, opposite the Ko,uiuoi house SfUfM Allt nl inn (iinrii to liming Jtamit. M ANCll tHTKtt, YkHUONT. A(C1DENTS Will happen in tho baat rKutatd tamlliea. Buy policy aualnst all Inrls of accident for a Day, Weak or Year at the lowest ratea of Fow lor II Son. Manchester, Ocoruo f. Boynton, Factory Point, or of A. P. Child, Bennlnttfon. I luveated lu Wall Mt. Slocks makes fortunes every mouth. I liook cent free eiplaltiliig everything. Address DAXrEIl A CO., Hankers, 17 VSall M., N. T. TANTED I 50 Doz. Yarn Mittens 18 AT IIAPGOODS PERU. WF. A JOHN BAltNKH, sManufactnrera of Ilarnes' l atent KIM)T I'OWF.It M ACH I N KIIY, HCIIOIX M A V. H, LATIIKH, CIIICIILAH bA WM, Kto. Th only foot power machinery without dead cen ters. ll.WM) to li.OUO per year made using those machines. Hend for liluslrsted Caulogu 4N page li UK. IUm svoiiu, Wiuunbago County, III. 17 ADVERTISERS Desiring to reach country readers of th tlrmt H ear, can do ao iu th best and cheapest man ner by using KELLOGQ'S LISTS of Western Weeklies. For estsloguus and rates, address A. N. KKLLOOU, 7'J Jackson Street, Chicago, III. - Pullman Palatial Hotel Cars. These celebrated Itotol Dhiluj Cars are now running regularly between CHICAfJO AND OMAHA, on the California K ipreas Trains of the CanitiKi A North Wssirss, West bound, thry Isave Cbleagq daily, eicept Hundsv, (and ou every lliird Hundayi fiom the Wells street dupot, at 111;'!') A, St., su l arrive at Omaha, liatt morning. Kisl boittnl. Ihey loave tliu I rsuaf.tr deoot, up posilo Omaha, at 6:15 r. at., daily, escepi Mstur da , and every third Haluiday) and reach Chi csgo tbe m-it aftt rnoou, So alhrr nvwl evaf i CVilcl'o runt thru (Ws braird J'lUlni'in lliit'4 (tor or any funn uf Wofsf Van. NOTICE ! Having Sold mv iulcreat io the Carrias burl m s to 1. II K.lley.all aocouuts In aaid l,u-lne are payable to liim. V. OUOVKIt. NOTICE! Having purehaaed of V. Orover bla Carriage business, stock aud eocounte, 1 am prepared tJ do Jobbing Work cheap for rash. Carnage I'aintiiig end Trimming a spsclaitv. l U. KEIXT.V. Factory 1'oliit. Vt., March, 1877. 41 Fine Tobacco, Free I TRY IT! If av person who appprecialea a really flu grade of lOHACOti, for Hiuoklng or Cliswios, sill send up their a.l dress by l oslal Card, we ill s-od iu return ( rs o tttmnt) aaasple of the rery best 7lsVico in th market, auaoofao tured by toe MERCHANT'S TOBACCO VOH 4 12 30 IliwljfniKKT,IJoTOK, Mass. Get Your Soiled CLOTHES CLEANED AND DYED sol sa' buying new ones. We bate during tb past two years ssul averal bandrsd articles W tbe citv to be dyed aud aiweye with th best sat teifectiuji. Dsiug la fsit ao-l fpr.ng ad a every week. DRES3ES, SHAWLS. BASHES, IHBBONS, COAT, VESTS, I'ASTd, OVKBCOAT aad any arUcle of hv!s at gaats e an eg ap pne'., if nvt too tua-.li worn, co be asa4e to loot as g'".d aa l et at a amah espeosre. tiring or sen 1 Uicm to the JOURNAL OFFICE, 15 ilastHiJ-Tlh YctMoJiT