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I, " VI t( lt4lt l..l.l., h V1 Ut llrutaii. tin H. I' huoii. " Mim K. Ii.rraa, " I'. Hfttiil. rWo,'t. Mr. Mm. U. Jlai:, H.D? fii'irf. Mku k. k .", " Mim Mill, " A. M-iia it., N' Vork, MANairaTKR. Wail k Hard bave wct potatiwa of line quality for ' cheap. -liase N. l'helpa, Eq., of New York, puht;d tin) hnd!'iue black borao intely cweeti l.r Fdward llu.'zhca of llortct. Jeveral iaro diovcii of lore cattle iavo been through (own fi o m the north luring the paa few v ccki. They were dircbaDcd in tbe north part of the atale fwhere tho bay crop wit abort. Frof. WoodarJ, "ibe old lavorlte," fvlll ifive one ol Lis "unimralivlcd how" at the court boune lbl Thundsy veiling, one lourtlt of the proceed to be liven to the lire department. w tioid b ilropjicd to 1.03, tho lowcut ince 15 inter and ebeeo biive been lo.'ng better, the former wlen of good juallly aelling from '-"0 lo 2o ccnln, and kha latter from 12 to 1.1 ceiita. lr. E. V. Trull b rented A. J. iray'a boute at the junction of Main and jN'orth Main fir n, and inleudg'to loer Vrre for Ihe prcilco f bU profesHlon. lie bat rtcenily been iu prtctiie at Co .oei, X, V. And now Wm. Smith come to tho rout with a bean pod two feet and three uebe in length. We don't tuk peoplo it take our word fur tbl item, but tbe ean pod cn be aeen at Ihe Joi iinai. -like. J. If. lUrtictt ha '.'I car load of coal ii band which be U telling for about levea dollar iter ton. Tbi 1 a dollar ilghrr than il w two ninnth ago, aud I I likely to go higher mill. Ixiok out it hi xdvcrlin incut next work. J. E. Fean i completing hi law tudie in Mr. Miner Hike . Ho expect a gel admitted to tho bar at tho I'eeem cr lerm and will, very likely, locale ere. lie i a graduiio f Dartmouth i1li-jjf and a nitive tf thU county, L.C Orvii haj-it n iived a laigo Viorlinctit of aainplea of fail dre good ii new and tlotirtib'r bade, and among tber article .vhich be now keep In atock e notice crx'pe llrve, iticbeing, a fine ol of JboU, etc. lie i eoiitinually ad ling novclllo. tiive biiu a rail. Into N. Fbeip F-q., and fmi!y, .nd John II. Watfoo F.f j., an I family, ke their departure for New York to lay. "Many bappy returna" y we. Tbe extra mai! at ihi ffioe will be !lcnutlnued at ibe cke of tbe prenenl inonlh. Tbete maii bave Men a great oBventence, giving o ail oar through .tilt five hour or more in advance of h regular mail and canting much of the mil trat lo reach il dcftlinaliou twenty our bout eariier ibau It otberwbe Would, llcrtalicr tbe i-!'Ut mail will loe at nine o'clock inatead of (eu. Mr. It, I), fc'iotkwell ha received 1 good aMrtuic:il cl fail miliinciy good o whi. h the a-ki ibe attention of tbe ! :1c. Talker U loavling a carat the depot lib Ti !y Koe jUtoe, l")i!g S. ? for W pound. At (iri.vii!o we ero Ibey are ptylvg but 30 ceu'.t. The rup i ahoit in lbit Mtiion aud not latge a any portion rf Ihe alate, and Ibe gc ral Imprewion U that Ibey will be high r, but it dcpendi aoinewbiit on the Mate f ibe crop in ether tiitict. Tbe EqaiBcx lloue tSil ha len S awilic tiosering lo enioy eor fioe Pep- rraUr weather. Masrl.tter I oudonbt r dly tbe popa'.ar reaort f frepteinW. ! Naotber piece bald it lairon ta late a tbe ttrttaii. ;' -Tie panwtkwtck we Lave lad VtitM veij t."l weatLer, Ibe ibermoio-1 Vitr lonolug at b'gk i degrret la the ' t.ade. If the wekiber wa a warm t f - : a!oiry l ibe cUk-a, t!oe viatior ! aba were Ittu.ti a burry to get home tve wUbed ttcmaeivea InuIc agala. Tot ratbtr HiW it roij aod deblfal, and issit fc. k e-tt l-t frosty (, j : i--.rt.sl that Las un t irott jet. w u.t - t u -i k ol da;.,., .alaarribm. aJ .if U a fm wio wi.l a!l . Jit it-f la ArL!i"i'icji, fci.!g'.e, ami aow p.'.r. 1 BOl ct a daft, tut mij J ia !.! it 2ur, ' , we (:. r S t.cI ef th tnosry la pj j fr .' s.i lib. W svtea lo ktp It U cirts.alivn. S?i who ar' y tbiJ ia jajnxt.us at tbowj i etufte i.;..uiikB to pay Bp, of tby will: -TU llunum Iwrttrv!oiiCo , Me'lty i X vt iliee wlw ti ot(iMHl 7 ; I'n.iwT Ctt . ! ii.'si . j ns ri!to! U eimrce of frenl i iacoiit-eoifoce lo lbif to!DM. Tkejr Sr;!ioI b re of rref """" "v ' " " w " " " wry ior-4 orcr is tnser ro J, na o'r tLS tin t iloot t!iy wlU b wra- i 1 1 " " " oarr. Ttee fume bare bttn railns t ni from fifij to ona tonJreJ Uiooiaud do!Uri rich jeer, ezeiotira of freight, bkb ! not a eery email Iiemio tbe !,!!' of lbee lowne, N l uhdj noone ego a young tlp, tfirr Li.l.ling bit twe-lbeartcooJ nlgbt, ttroiitMl oaltide tbe Tillt to get bitneclf Lack on earth, aaio before retiring, eliirn be aw a tteautiful bUck aad white kitty run acroet tbe toad and bide in Ibe j Si;g grM To capture said kitty ae j f-ti.j lur ibe akirrtaid eweetbeart wu j the wurk of a moment, but alae for bu titH:tatioui! Kitty proved to be , ii'tb r kind of a tat altogether, aud our Kl fiic mi iluua!!)' repented in aackclotii aod !(( until be could drum up another t'.iit of c'otbei. lie wat out ae well ot- f-.l in natural bintory M Ibe native, thvii'.i thai IctMU will not be wantud oo him A I It l lour i't:ron iu towu bave urtt-(dcd iu raUiiijf (juod ripe cacbei Hit year. A. D. Waiker bad ibe fluet lot, a branch ten liidie iu length baring elcveu large once which ''were of very tine flavor. We do not tuppoee thit will f ver come to be a peach growing conn tiy, but thete etperimente ahow that in favorable leatton Ibey can be grown here, and by extra care and attention they mihl, porbapt, be quite auccetatuU ly grown. Mr. Waiter bae atartcd quite a Urge nursery of young applet aud pcara of almost evury variety which are now two year old, and which will be ready for letting uext year, lie alio baa all the choice varietlea of atrawberry planta Jor anle, and bai already abipped a lar;;e number. IVople who Intend to ttart atrawlterry beda ororcharda will do well to co n ml i Mr, Walker, aa ho can be relied upou to iurnUli Junt what be con tract, The Ondftwa be ball club huve been doing aonie very good playing of late. Aug. Ti they beat the t'ua club of Londonderry, acore tf to 0; Sept, 6ih the timid Templari of l)oret, '25 to !; S(t. hth they beat tba Uock Katen or Mancheatcr, 27 lo 1H, and Kept. 1Mb Ihey brat t he Franklina of Tawlet, 12 to Owinft to some dUputea the umpire called tbe gmio at the end of the eighth inning. The following ia the score: oxruwAi Itl Jt. 2 () 1 1 1 1 1 OtTS. X S 3 8 3 1 5 1 3 Itouetitci'l, Archibald, Lackey, Hentley, Colviu, Fowler, Smith, Uobf-tK, Splillg, Total, l .'tANKI.lN.t. 12 21 lit N.i. 0 1 0 0 2 t a oris. 3 3 4 3 2 3 1 3 3 21 Si'Ott, IVttcr, Dean, Agan, A. Taylor, Ileebe, V. Taylor, Aiulrti", Illack, Total, irnall package of all kind, (except plum, liquid, aud auch article would be likely to injure other mall matter) can be aeiit much more cheaply by mail than by expre, and if properly wrapped will eo jul a alfly. The article hould be 1'iXed In trong manilla or other wrap ping paper and tied up with itrong twine. Articles aealcd np ao they can not be examined without tearing off Ibe wrapir are object lo Utter potiage. Tba potiage for merchaudUo l one cent for each ounce aud lor the fraction over, and the limit i four pound. If tbe arti cle 1 mailable and properly wrapped it make no difference whether il will ko in to the mail bag or not, tbe carrier i obliged to lake II. Finding rod bave been frequently tent from thia ollioa by mall, outtide of the mall bag, and have alwiyt tafely reached their destination, at a cott much let ibto by exprei. If there I any doubt about it weight inch matter tbould alway be weighed at tbe cilice, a it canuot be ecut unlet wholly prepaid by damp. frAITORV fOIXT. Mr. Dr. Wyman I on a viiit lo ber old home in Ohio. A. (S. Clark and wile bave gone on a vikit to Canada, making Ihe trip In their ctrtitge. Il ia tumoted that a wedding will take place in lbiil!age Ihi week. Mr, John Ctrr, a yoiiag man from New Yoik , bat been lying quite danger ou'y ill at the Coiburu houe, bul I iui proviiii. The regular communication ol Ado- j niraut LJge, r. A. M. occur oo j Tburadey evening, rept. 2Hi, and of the (-llI"er ' mtt ''er. 1 k f r.... i. ..i ii. A. C. Duir atock of good. A good many detirable bargalnt teft. Tbe O portanity of buy ,ing good at ba'fpric will be offered on- ly a few day longer. See new price hat notber eolornn. We drie tbe people of rectory Point to atiraJ Frof. Woodard't grand rbteitaimoeBt at tbe court boute ia Mto- rbeter vt!!g l-u-a'gbt. To tbe ,lt'i. am a word, "ftiKji )0U ace a ?gwl riiabie tnteru'oiaciit five it yoar opporl." (S Iji lb tatTtat 61 :ti- rHt of tu i t;. kp ' .::. wUfft iheJr bt,U4iB . ! -Tte Ha!U( U Win, 14 for ; Dr hoa ca Il'.trtmcr' avtugt. .le tif- j toiut ! tB OtfJ IS !'! it. fUnj t( oar i.ikr. ij r. .ra. Ha'if L (one to wcttfro Nw yrk f riUii tour. Mrn. Terorr euJ Abel, j tiuto (r; icr( ere in lows !r l.oit time. Tby bire ibe rej ut!iB of doiiij fixni work. A c!H'l c'lnsmenret! in our eiHic, !.. , ... ... ... , tr UHiue. A large, dark, doubiethawl belong ing to a gentleman, wat taken from bi carriage on Sunday evening, Augn!, wbiie be wa in church- Will ibe bor rower pice return ll tbaarl. Tbe ubjecl of a tinging tchool here i being altated. Our to umun, i. 1' Cheney, (hoe rare lutulcal taicut i to widely known,) 1 at borne again, and prepared to teach. Cou'.d we, who tit at pleated lileutr from bbkti to iUb bath, rttlie w hat a ifieat ion it would bo lo ditpertte with our choir, it would, I think, liinulale u all to ait In ri ing the fund. e have many young voicti that need practice. Mu-lu it l heavculy gift, let u cultivate i LAMHiUo x. The tcbool in ditltict No. 2 com in c need lal Monday, the 10th ttnt., w iih -0 tcbolart, which number we believe ba tince iucreated to 30. Mr. Faruuui ha been repairing Ihe washout at Ihceud of his bam, caiiiwd by tbe heavy tbowcr aouie day aiuce, Mr 8teveut of Wetton tiiperlutetidiui; the atone work. A bird ol ibe long legged pertuatiou wat boi on the pond at Claiktvllle one day ltt week, thai meatured from tip lo tip of wing, 5 foot, 7 1-2 inche, aud from lip of bill lo tip of toe, 4 12 leet. We aro having few day jut now of nice warm weather, jut the thing for that kind of Canada coin which Mr, yarnum of l'cru raited last teaton. It want tut thirty da) a now ol auch wea ther a last Wednesday to make it good, tound corn. Tbe ihonnoiiiuler on that day Indicated HS" in the (bade, good for September. The grove meeting at South London derry last week wa well patronized by our people, nearly all iu thia vicinity at tending. We h'liir that one of our town peoplo who wa there ou Sunday wa accosted a he wa driving into tho grove by one of Ibo dignitariu of Landgrove with a atout hickory Mick in hi hand, and ordered lo halt, and wan informed that team were not allowed there Not winding lo make any disturbance ho turn ed hi team around and quietly drove away, bul at any other time or place ho would have Invited tho Intruder to how Ida authority. We afterward noticed that team were aliowod to pan over tho game ground. Cannot Londonderry rim their own camp meetings without detail ing men from Landirrova In act aa police? If they wero not acting under nch au thority they thould learn their placet bo foro they again go out of town lo attend any public gathering. We notice thai II. II. Harlow ia shingling hi mill while ho i wailing for water, lit is a!o doing many other lit tle Job of repairing around hi premise. K. R. Hurt It putting in a now dam hi place of tho one carried tway by the high water tho firet of haying. Do liaa It uoarly completed. We are glad to see the genial fuco of our old friend, L. A. Woodward once more at tho borne of hi childhood. Mn. A. 1). lloynolde ha to far re covered a lo be able to ride to South Londonderry to attend tho grove meeting lait Sunday, Our Ilootoii paper did not ccmo last week, but we do not attach any blame to our Hugo driver on that account. Why are there not more Manchwler JoinsAi.s taken in thin nlace? F.very family ought to have a copy. lt In fact that we did complain of our mail carrier trolmr bvuawlth our mail 011 account (a he ays) of Ihe rain. We did not think thai a reasonable ex cuse, l'cru ask 11 how our mail carrier i pId for the many kind act which he pci forum. We know uol how they aatit fy thit one, but if we mistake not l'cru people were instrumental in getting a flue Imposed on our former mail carrier lai winter for the tame ctljiie which we complained of, that U, bo failed to carry their mail. lSul thia tort of cuOlng I not pleasant, and we expect ibat South Londonderry la of o mild a disposition that they will take no notice of what your l'cru correspondent ba hurled at u in relation to tbja matter, and we will at tend to what wo think i our biz., aud lei other alone. '-So mote it be." SOUTH U)MK)NIKUKV. Our stream are lower, and road dustier than ibey bave bceu at any time tbi season. The pastor of the two cburche Methodist and llaptbt will uuite in holding a meeting in ibe grove, next Sunday if the weather i favorable. The Virginia jubilee tinners, an ori glual tlave bauj act free by Lincoln' greet emancipation proclamation, are billed for Ihi place for next Saturday evening. They come well recotnmeuded. Tbe writer 1 glad to learn thai that inilepcudiiit mail line accommodate l'cru. It ought to accommodate tome body. More lhaa two ktter a week would be tent from tbi piece over thai line if there wa any prospect of their ever getting thiough; a it it, ibey are teni by the way of Chester, taking two dtyt to reach your tide of ibe uioontaia. I!ut bow U it about the carrier giving Landgrove Ihe go by when it it loo hot or too col J, loo wet or too dry r Won't yosr Peru correspondent bab ns op a iiiU rhetoric on that subject? In Jut tiee, let It U recorded ibat ibe Jot kkau (17 of the tn if f 00 please) came through last Tburtdty. h ijnoi known whether the carrier got through 'leftre be start cd" or to. Tbe fcrove meeiieg ckcj it labor ' (f ooJav rreits. TW wfaibtr was vary t lt T? kf ! l"J ? '!frJ'' 8, " t ' rreea the rnmmK Tt. ire were pre mt tiafiflg tb mcetiof : Here. Lueeil 4 We!u .f Wki.UU-.ro; Ilullog of lkoJtU!r; lier ef Jemntoe; Cummitigt of ML lk.!!jr; Mrt.4il of rw!ot, uJ TuriiiUa o4 W!reUr of tl lUt, Te laitrril ia lb Bjceiiuft ewmej lo !f!;!j iorreue ouiil fnndey ( one o'ckH-k, wbeDtennjt I!iU etiowcr fr'.I, Which net everylblog Into Jire eoufmioa end rr.ohcJ la erlf helf ttie fx'ie go ing botne. Tli jtetiom pf Ihe twu icuumi" in UAt IiX( mthwii u uuiip i . ' . ' , .,. ,.. other cusfsrjmcn ireseui, wilu iwo or three of ibe laity, labored assiduously and faithfully during the entire time. BIT! ami. No intelligence ycl from Oib. Mi! linglou'a five boarder. Any cue know Ing the condition of tbe j til and tho near ness of tbe term of court cannot very well blame them for bidding adieu lo !bo.e fmi!lar lull. The grand Jury did their duty by ludicllng the structure in scathing terms, and If the ccmtity doe it duly by way of repair or building a new one. the lime wl! rwu come when Ihe old shell will not have a (ingle iumate There ia nothing like keeping inch place attractive A gieat many people are feeling tad because the (iMte i no more, but they would bave lell aadder still if Ihey bad been compelled to fool the bill. It wa very pleasant to have two paper aud then everybody could have a chance to hit everybody else a dig when occasion required, but it wa rather too costly port for a few ludivlduil to shoulder all the expense and other iieopki have all the tuu. Rutland long ago passed Ibe ago of girlhood, but ia hardly big enough yet to afford sustenance to two dally paper without a great deal uf nursing and frequent 110 of the bottle, but kl must bo confessed that both wero vigor. ou aud strong, and that one of them thould thu early be laid beneath tbe dalsie aud the other pine away because of loiieliue, is sad to contemplate Tho judicial mill bus commenced to gilnd again, and the usual number of uu fortunate individual are waillug lo take their turn between the upper and lielher tloues, while the usual number of legal gentlemen arc taking their hand at tho crank. No Very Important case have been tried thus far, but tba lawyers say thoie ia music ahead. We learn of a caso of icandal which wo fear too tunny of our citizens delight 10 roll a 11 tweet morsel under their tongue, bul a wo consider the Joi'knai. a highly respectable sheet we will not go into detail unless by particular request, lint wo could a yam unfold which would posses more truth than poetry, and would servo 'em right, too. tiiuriiAK v. Mrs. Harriet Stoddard, wife of J. M. Stoddard, passed gently to lior rest iu Jusu ou Friday evening, August 31st, In Aurora. HI. In accordance with her known prclcr- once, tbe Impressive burial sorvlco ol the episcopal Church, without sormou or re marks, wa used at tho funeral by her rector, tho Ucv. W.C. Hopkins. A largo circle of attached friends now nils sadly one whose rare excellence of character will bo most tenderly remembered. Mrs. Stoddard's lovo for tho retirement ol homo prevented her from engaging iu any public mission, whore her nUs would bave been more widely known While tho appreciated the conlldeiico which enabled other women to grace po sitions of usofulnes before tho people, she was content with tho more sacred and quiet precincts of domestic life. Her fine literary taste led ber over a wide range of reading. Few were more famil iar with all our best author, few so ful ly abreast with the newa of the day. It wai ber habit to preserve for reference all notices of our public men, and ahe watched the career ol each one with the interest of a true patriot. Her reading wa not a mero past-time, but it stored her well balanced mind with inatorial for intelligent opinion. Kver earnest In favor of the sacred nes of christian marriage and tho home circle, (he firmly opposed easy divorces and the breaking up of household. Her friendship wero warm and lasting. Thoso who knew be best wero the most devoted. But while thus true and kind to others, ber crown ing aim Iu lifo was to promote the pros perity and welfare of her husband. To this she consecrated the devotiou of true heart, aud a retlued mind. Aa a mem ber of ihe Episcopal Church tbe attended devoutly upon ill ordinances, and when sicknia kept ber at homo, alio welcomed them lit her room. More than once the gathered her friend ai 'a n ud her bedside, to share with 1 hem the g ace given by a loving Saviour in the ttci mient of lbit Holy Supper Though dead, our sister yet tpeaketb. The music if ber voice will long lin ger Iu our heart like lite potent Influence of a heavenly inspiration. Her bereaved husband ba Ihe (ympalhy of alt who know him. Aurora jer. uw rrtiL.it ATiuns. S uiBsi.u' Momtiilt for October give the conclusion ot Dr. Holland' popular tory, "Nicholas Mintorn ;" an Interett ing article, "How New York i Fed," (illustrated); also the following In! crest ing Illustrated articles: "A Yankee Tar and bi Friend" and "Toga and Tog gery," beside much other interesting matter. Kdward Kggleston will cora menct a new (lory, "iioxy" in the No vember number, to continue through tho year. Nicholas Mintcum, by Dr. J. (1. Hol land. Thia (lory appeared aa a aerial In Scriboer'a Monthly, and waa widely read aud universally admired a one of the bed of Dr. Holland work. In it be bow the only radical enre for pauper ism la our lure citlc and for tbe tramp nuioance ia ihe country. It ba been Is sued in a handsome volume by Scribner, Armstrong & Co, New Yoik, and sent pott paid on receipt of price, II.7&. Mr. Moody visited the minister and laymen of the ttate at Bellow Fall Tuesday to confer with Ibem about com ing Into the state lo bold a tarlea of meetings during tho fall and winter. A pot office ba beeu established al ItawtoDville, Windham county, with Fred 15. Pier as postmaster, aod A. J. Shaw liaa been appointed postmaster at Victory, Eex county. Jamea llinch, clerk for tit Culled State and Canada cxprea company at Morris ilif, wat held at St. Jobntbnry, Tuesday, under (even Lund red dollar bond to appear at court lor ttcallng money package from lie company. rrtcwia. A recent fine la a Mixicat te'.n taswsl a lost of ti l.ves. Two young fool foflgbt a duel at Sfael- t-r, Kt,, a few bajt ago, with fatti re- a"t( to both. 1 iv uiiiliOB month))- i the rat at which Ibe lrury di trtmrr l accu Ululating gold fr the purpose ef re- tomptioB. Tbe great Coc iist ensiae ia Machinery ball, Philadelphia, ba been Wi.cn dowa an 1 packed, icady for removal to Provl denre, K. I. Stvrnty railroad cart will be nte'rd 10 carry it. Opt. King of Sttita (iertrude, Texas, It making an addition of tlity-lbiee mile lo In pt.turo fence, which will en. cluie altogether, w hen completed, tc t. Two spans, each 2J feet long, of the t'liieu Pacific railroad bridge across the M.shuiiI river belwecu Coutcil Waff, la., and (J.uiha, Neb., were distroyed by a violent w ind on Saturday luorulug, and Ihe lost 1 f loO.OX). lt will take two or three month lo rebuild Ihe spans. An Illinois county paper give a lit of sixteen farmer lu Us Immediate vicinity who are now worth from f U,0o0 to .'K1, (XK) rat ii, who commenced life with noth ing but their baud and got their sltrl by woiklng out for very low wage, some by cutting wood at -i cents a cord. The New Voik Central railroad I qui etly but steadily at work discharging the emplojcs w ho were most active In the re cent strike", especially those who advoca ted violence. Thit method of ittiklng back I dissgreeablo but instructive, and may furnish food for tkoughl to labor agitators. Allen, 0110 of tbe ptUoners, who, In at tempting to escape from a Connecticut prison, recently, killed tbe watchman, ba made a full confession. He ayt $1,000 were paid lo tbe turnkey who a lstcd them. The Mendelssohn Qiilutetlo Club add anew member (hi teasou, and is assis ted by Miss Lewis, soprano. Thomas Nasi ha nearly recovered the uno of his rheumatic hand, and will soon resume hi cartoon sketching. John Taylor U President of the twelve apostles and acting Freldont of the Mor mon chinch until tho new President is elected. Taylor was shot at Nauvoo at ibe lime Jo. Smith Was killed, and is a strong Mormon. A Salt Lake letter say Mormon pros perity ia fictitious. . The condition of tho peoplo is hopelessly wretched. Their earnings are swallowed up by the lead ers. Many of Urlgham Young's under takings weio failures. Crazy 7orse , Ihe Slonx Chief, who surrendered last May, died f.'om a wound received in attempting lo escapo. Some commotion was caused among tho In diana at Camp Robinson by bis arrest, but it appear lo havo subsided. '1 ho Boxtou Commercial Bulletin doos not object to their having bands iu At lanta play Dixie, and The Bonnie Blue Flag. Il says: If tho (icorglaus will only pay I heir debt and inlud their busi ness, let theiiijig to whatever music they like best. During tho lust ten years 1,132 persona have been killed, and 21,827 maimed in the streets of IjOiidoti by vehicles of ono kind or another, but for the most part by light carts 11 ml cabs. The number killed last year wu 130, whilo 2,710 were Hialmed. The governor of Maryland has admluls tei.d a deserved rebuke to the miserable, sneaking militia of Ids state who failed him in tho trying hour of tho recent strikes. As the Governor slates In his letter, only a small portion of tho sixth regiment could bo mustersd for service aguinst tho rioters, and of thi small number barely thrco thin companies fivo-slxlhs deserted while on duty, leav ing but a score ol men faithful lo the state. A drove of 7K0 head of cattle passed from Canada Into (ho states at North Troy last Tuesday. They were owned by llayden & Dow of Albany, and the duties on them amounted to tl,6'.)9,0O. At St, Albans lust Saturday night Jo seph lingers, an elderly employe of the Tremont houso in that place, was a. limited aud badly beaten by unknown persons, whoso obect teem (0 have bceu cither murder or robbery. A the vil lage make no sppropiialion for night police or lighting tie lamps, such as saults can be made without fear of detec tion. NKHVOUa DKUILITV. Vital Wkaknkss ok Di hhusion ; a wesk exhausted feeling, no energy or courage; tho result of mkntai. ovkk wokk iNDisniK-riONS or kxckss, or some drain upon the system, Is always cured by Hi.'MiMiitKvs' Homkopathic SriM.iric No 28. It tones up and Invigorate the system, dispels the gloom aud despon dency, impart sirenKih and energy, the draiu and rejuvenate tho entire man. Been used twenty years with perfect suc cess by thousands. Sold by itealcrw. Price 11.00 per single vial, or 15.00 per tingle package of live vial and $2.00 vial of powder. Sent by mail on receipt of price Address, HUMPHREYS' HOMEO PATHIC MEDICINE COMPANY, WJ Fl'LTOM ST., NXW YOUK. IT IUI STOOD TUB HIT, If you doubt tho wonderful success of SiiiLOH't Coksihitios Ctat, give it a trial; then if you are ool perfectly tails. lied, return me oouie ana we win reiunu the price paid. It has established the fact thai Consumption can be enred, while for Coughs, Hoarseness, Asthma, Whooping; Cough, aud all Lung and Throat troubles, there I nothing like il for a qnick and positive cure, and lt sel dom (till. 10 cauls, 60 cents, and $1.00 per bo. le. If your Long are sore, or Chest or liack lame, use Sihumi's Pokoci Plaster. Price 24 cents. Sold by Wait ii Hard. Dh. SIIILOIFH SYSTEM VITALIZ ED is no donbt Ibo most successful cure lor Dytepla and Liver Complaint we have ever known, otherwise we would not guarantee II. lo case of Consump tion, where Ceneral Debility, Lost of Appetite and Contiipaltoa exist, It will restore and rrgulale Ibe system while blllLOII'S CHUB allay the InfUmatioo and heals the longs. Prict 7 cents. Slid by Wail & Hard. II ACKMETACK, a rich and fras-ranl peifume. bold by Wait k Hard, Man Chester, Vt., ti sew here by ali dealer. i It it u The first fbet in l.hs wtili Ihe Amrfi. 'can fooplt 1 t V t Ikfe"; li e second. cow w regain giw hCa:ia. Ths Cri can be o!h-.bcJ bv rocrjr, honesty and saving: tS s,votd, roi health.) bv tis.cgt.iu 'i A'..,ili.'i. Stiouid yw t a dc-spt'felrut si.Ci-Tr from any ei 1111 fin"t!v-i i',prpi, lvcrlntu t Ituit, 1 ml sen roi, Ac, !n:i .Svk I'eadacht, l';p Ion of In lleill, Jvur Stomach, Hb Jkl Cvwliveni-u, fil net of ibe Head, Nervous Prostration, Ixiw SplHts, Ac, yon nerd n il antler aotlr dav. Two d.et of Atmsy Fuiw'ta win relievo you at oor, iSam pit Boltlei 10 cents, lingular ait cote. Potitive'y tout by all firt-e!aM Druggiat In the C. S , and by Walt Hard, Manchrtt-. r and Factory IVit, Vt. I If srtt iai. aoTit it Shlaar r N. l. U. A. K.. Uwti In A.Unit' Hall, Factory Toial, ta Hi artt Tat,Uy tnuihf of wh unetk. JollN 0. I'.l t KVFIt ('..tnm.h.t.r. dual L.mIb, a. u, I. O. U, T. MtU at A lir' Hall try HHu.tt ?nlii al J n etuek AO mi-iutwra f ti.a ,.t,l,r" am nmla.l. Dwtreai mct-imga rrr flrl and third Saturday stuib( u( aa.'li m.uoii al T o ci.s k, T. i, IHlfT, U l. ta4la Clra i aw pa, , Wt sts, Vr. C. f. ORVia ,. roatasa. a. 11. nwirr 1.1 iim.i r.i. J B. hl'IKIlY i Aitt r..mti. K. H. Fowl, bit Foassuit ll.wa. I. N. II AHU. AaaisTixr Ki.assns tl.t. II. KOtll lisrilS . .Coamua llwts i bm.na. H, UUAY . Asa'T r.oitt llmia ami Laieta. W. A, ULACK... Ht. aariat and i'astot aaa. I would say to the Ladies of Manchester aod Vicinity thai I bat Just rtieotvnil a very NICE ASSORTMENT of new FALL GOODS, Which I Shall Soil at Low Fim fi. MIW. I . 0TOrXWKf.l1, 8)l. IT l77. s IHtf NEW WHITE LIME! Tilt subscriber has uat Imriied a kil "f llm tt Mauohmtor Dvptrt, out of a new le.(f, Tlos lime Is of WHITEST AND BT.ST QUALITY, slakoa np dean and mabet llm toughest limrttr, Hit moat ilursbl l'i!cr, anil hillie heat lor STONE Oil mttCK WORK of any lima in this anction. Warrtntsd 10 Riv enllrs aallalaotl.il). $1.00 PER BARREL, at tho kiln or St. '25 tlohvam.1 nu tho ears at Maucliuatur l't'imt. Wlbt.IAM HULKI.12V. Maiichestsr Utipot, May lai, 1H77. 60 o7 Kuelot y I'jlnl, VI. GREAT REDUCTION IN Custom Boots & Shoos, Fur Cat h or lttly Pay oaly. Our Ainnrltiaii Calf l'efKnJ Dout, . f.i.liO " Plill. Oak " ' f..OO " Kreiich ' " ' . fl.40 " " " Kesrsd " 8.00 Taiing, .... . . (10 ota All other wotk In proportion, I rillnnaraiitu bottor work tnd flnlali llitii any shop hntwe bcnniiigtoii and KuUanil, I,aihea' aud Oentt' lino wink a sitcitlty. JJOTMEALS AT ALL HOURS, Oysters in Every Style, CHOICE CIQAI18 AND CONFECTIONERY AT j. w. nsiiER's mm kikjhs, OppoaittDepot, fill; Itntlaail Vt, A PRIZE MEDAL lll.lllil t Awarded to Wait & Hard for tln BEST AND CIIAPEST CIGARS In town Utahlsa k.ii til ll. I.KHT J'.IIAMiH thi-y iisv JUST IMPORTED (from h Vursi uf- "HARD TIMERS," tors th'j rtiltil al THEKE FOR TEN CF.NTH I I I Tut TutM WiSTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY, , .vrAivs h'wX vr ua m uiu Htt,rO?M MUaVti". It aweMt- l rf ft JmswliiBi t4 frsttipf is fatygt r4 ski'-wt int imui ii, ; .-rt. cw is.iw vmf4 Y y ' '- ' k r.l w.it . -P. rtj. tt, Ut l l irn I M aVH Wist ar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. t a w II, n 1.1 .OWS, H.M lliu.. N II. " I hara tua.le ta of ilia l'tt.j'aTali,' lot ?sal t sa, a".l tt fcaa f-r-.v'-il . t-a ty ralial.l1 f At .. a H Otai'ao.at nf t at. ath.l4t.j( (Vtutia. I fcn.. f paliattt. noa in onl iul", hralih, liaa Uk-a Una hiimlt, sn.l who tnl I t in , I iH.uai.l.t (llll b.ll Bi'W I B I'Vmp," WJSTAK'S HALS AM or WILD ClimiRY. rs.m F.. T. ol'IMIiY, A. M , I'aish-iru. t a Nsw Ii-i. a iH. II.) Airt,sim aoaitv. " I r mix Ilia nrtawn ;ara I ka aavl PR. WlMfAlt.l IHl.svM Vt Willi CHKlial t.w t o,,.'.., tNiwi. ai l N l win. bt in oumtuita aoh lh rtal uf inai tiu.t, am anUjal I anil II tia ma pitaiu lo sar It-al I Hianl r II Ilia not iKal 1. ton.tr w.Oi ol.i :li I at tninain 14" Wistar's Balsam of Wild Chorry. Fin n A. M'NKI.KR, . P.ntmak T Wav Ho ti -i.tuotii, r, t " I ant tnl'ltt-t Imu.Mi (nM fnil iwaj b .ml nuv',, litr whii'li I uaa I tin II Vt.-, aiii Hti.l il tha Ival rrmaily lor t rumli ur a sort thmal lha I vr wm a. :iia'Ulfil l famt'T ttsti im aa mui'h in .avur ol u aa mravi. In fatl at. flit hare II in lha Ihiiiok, ami w.tnlU aa H1I1.S of .1. .1111; withmil it 111 r as four i.Ui-.tl llAU.Ut OF W -HCHIIY." I VISTA IV S H ! LSA M OF 1VJLJ) CHIUIKY, Fao Itos. ItCFUSK. 0(MUjF.SOW, or Mi. I hava Irlsil WIHTAH'H IUI.SAM OF Wild) Ill.lillV fur an naahiilr Irtiuhlnanmawiiixli, Tnaslli'dt waa all thai ctitlil l a tlnairatl. 'I u uu. i.f Uaa than one liollla rtia. tit antifi-W. A"..iib K'nat r. iKtlva of m I'l.-lin-a alilrli hsv u nil, I Cavf fiinml nuns a, ) m I l Vt'iaTtit's, lia cm ativat prcpi'i .tia in C4t o? oouali 1 riti'l li,a ul'l". Wistar's Balsam of Wild Chorry. Fttom NATHAN I I.l'SJMKH, M.P.. AnaeaH, M.lt "AIIIiiiiimIi av.ait Ot fotoiltninnitinv pttnil on ibt'tnna, 1 ill"' rlnliv mn kn ail .iwptma tf rnur vory aaifllmit 1.u,f pr.iniiun . Ml. VIST'T.H H' H.Ul OF V 11.0 I'M KllllV. ll.la pn paial'Oii 1 lists na.il In my pra. lira lur unite than ' Ii yuara al, ami liar kiways fimuj It to Im of unite t rlmitiial iiviim Hull auytlilinf wila in nit kimw l.'.lrn. I rt ''in in.-ii .1 It Willi lii tfrr iti.'Ml tii'iillali-iii.. lo tlinAtt aulijoclHo l.:oiijlia aud Pntiiiouaiy Complaiitls." Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. l'ro( arel l.y HKTII W. l-OWl.K A 80SH, S(l MitiiUi.ti Avoiiiir, lloatun, aii l atihl by ilnaltua KtniKtally. (OOfiila an.l II t Lottie. VJIy-IH Iw Ayor's Cathartic Pills. tor al the punposrs or a FAMILY PHYSIC Cui'imr foal vi'iiaaa ,f ii'iilino, fyaprptia, Jii illKti"ii, OystiM.ry, Futil Hlnruki'li suit Jrtlli, llt.r lai lifl, Fryaipttlas, 1'ilrs, llh.uiuatitm, Frnp Inif ami ''I .11 Iii.tiaatiit III ) I'lriinaa, l.lTttr ti.nn plt'lit, 0 ).r, J'xUei 'I'liniui. and Hall llliaimi. Wu nis, (niiH., Nuira'til t, aa a dinner Till, and I'm i iti( l.iu 1; Hi".! s ilm uiiikluiihiiiiiiial pur. llv yt'l pe 'eiinj. Tlialr rdi.flla aliouilaiillv .Low linw iu noli Jn'T r i.i 1 1 til tuhi.r pills. 'I Lay ttossfti sn l plf iijiit i. las s lull pnwaifnl lo . Thitv piiri! nut th lunl hniii is of Ilia bl.Mid ; titer silinii'st. Ihn bIiikrUIi or isrlarl o'nu ailo tt'l'iiii ; and Ihrv impart hiiallli and t'Hin t 'ha wholu ln-l'ur. limy ttiiro nut only Hi. tij.(liy complkliias of trnry boily, bill fnrmld alila auri daiiKurniia illattaaaa, Mnat akllful I'll r-H'i-iaiis, ninat einlnsnt slwuymtu, sml ourbaal cu xeiis, smid ouilifli alfia ofi:uns pordirnmil and of I, ol lioiiiiiH. Ihey hart ilarlvad from Ihitaa I ilU. i'lify aan thu .ift Slid litist phralo f.ir rl'iidrtiu, hsoaiiiMi wild as whII aa afloolnal, llultiK siiijar-eoali.il, Iht'Y ato stay to tak. ; and If'ng purely vcKoiabln, (lii-y art untlrtly hartu lt.na. i iiehski) ar Dr. J. C. AYER & CO. LOWELL, 1'iai-lical and Analytiral t'linmlals. HOLD liY ALL IlltUOIIIHTH A Nil HKALICH4 IN MK.Kli.'l.NIi. r o 1 1 I A A N N ! l I ( WAY DOWN. Cluett Si sonS 205 RIVER ST. j In n;.kiii; lli'ir Minute uuulif.ii.i'rit, lak ; j t-a -.r ,n ii,lX!tili lit. l.iiju.g pul'tlx Ibat la ! i i ai.trort. of Ilia araal dt:lutt Iu all nmalotl i f.'U, poa .lamlual.ou tbl. will provt lb. r.ry i,..i uin. Wi links a But c'.aa chxica, aad r tKl a tiil hafur. laaking t p'irchka. tlae. i ST tl S WA V, CHICK ERI NO, CLUKTT & HONS, -IIAINXS UR03. I'lANOUND r-STEV tan MASON k HAMLIN ORGANS A SPECIALTY.