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Tbe Ul tnuUtrefKirli tiiow iligbt lecllde In tbe priee of rbfete aI o 1- oe lo tbe price ot bouet WUU tn ic- iTtdtonud. 1'otetoei rem ain at abou( Ttfo wW ftirijieil ctbbtgn lieadu on t Mngte tamp it what tbU ataxia bat pro- loor-l t Hi L. I'tky, "Two bratta lrh bat tingle tbongbt" it what it re- ninU nt of. 4 Mr. B'ewrof Kiwacry Point hat a ike new a lock of millinery gotxlt which be advertitct ia Ihil Ittee. ! !,ol la thlt r.lltge daring tbe Teach r't lnttiiele, plaiu bJack lace acarl, and V hng black oatrich plume. Any one lidding either of I bete articlet will oblige he ownpti, by kavjug Jhrui t thla ot -tJcirUiUcii who afteud turkey ahoott 1111 d) well to pairouice the Hulctte of Fhafitbury, whnte they may be attured f the brat treaiment and a trjture deal very time. -We here iril tbem and luow whereof we alilriii. lUad K. M. l'rail'a new advertitt- iipnl. J I'itt f egg-aliaordinary aiae bare retjuitutly Im-cu tent ot by ewnort of am .iiloui poultry, but Cliat. Uardiog beett lie crowd no autail Ctfifi, the three be Uudt at riot filling an ordinary pill box, Imd be aaeurat ut that that tbey are tbe roduct of a genuine Black 8pauitb fowl. llard UnwM muat bare had as extremely lqirrnlng effucl pu that biddy. C. F, Orria tat jott eompleted an t racilreahow card with ipeclment of filet if bit manufacture to be bung in tbe office if the Fortti and Stream, New York. Nr. Orria bat auid flioa ( kit own taaotr telure only Ouritlg the pan year, but hat Already rei rod tinejro prdert, nd ney are prouomiccu uy experii toe oeit net irflilt.', ,''' v;.;; .., I'eoplewbo wouKl like a perfect tblrt attei ahonk! patronUa Mr. L. 11. lling tu wl i lir town for lew daya cut iug Iheio. He will give a icrfect fit, rum new pattern ojmtleg at the tide, l great luiproreoieul Wiethe old atytoe. A ptitAu will lat man t life time, and k dollar ctusol he more economically In healed, tie I Hi TWUim Leeee . e'eeerai of Mroll tent were awaken- ld by tritfrerfhqnakeVllch occurred at o'ekxk iundtj ; rooming. The tbock MOil aereral aecttihtli and rallied dtwrt land WMMtowtf ke mmmn iattaacea throw. lug do'ffl 'aHkWt ipn. led from the walla. "The tbock wat not at aerere here f t H waa In '.arft furyb'f Borth, la Sloa tctl a great niirfy'" people Wronilng ai muck frlghieotd at la leave their boutet Tb . tkihi i iutra Ifttidt toil wat lied alp MeMpelieV efV the full Demh wlte Stipietne t'ourt, lat week, though tb dcliu bat Vfti been made pohlle at we go to proa. Tbe amount of bond let4 by lewnt In thia Bute wat at lo! lowt ' Jteioiugtoti, 1 25 ,000; Shaft. bryt40,twJX,r1iiiJhn, frW.OnO; Sun lrlJ, 10,000; Uaecbeater, oO,(X0; lor f ,0wM; ,,TNr fr,(M); WalliBjford. .W.fkW. Aujouoiine. in the wh4,i)Ji;2iajMj Mancbctler wat rortatik4etttgk to "tell oni" her later eat at a tnitll ditcoanl. Other towot tight ka.Sloifhiiacfie thiof but de Uye4 wftlu wat too kte. la the pree eat tuU ttj (L una of IWauingUta la 'e.iwiithfie of tbe polau aaade by l cxtlur U, that the art eo abiing I to r.t aid to a railroad corporation r iiboat (1 etate, it aocon eiUeilovaJ, ttkH If avituioed by the eotirt WMI apfr ,My well to the oiber 10 ".. Amlk.r X)int esade la that tbe ' be etjaiiito majority of tax yer fit KM tfcuined. A large mat of tettiimoay oa fit pui vat lekto, but there waa aot m.ca of it trad to tbe court, eV tight bun brio alloweJ la Licb toprnwul lli. e.c. C.N'.ltTee-( a , , . . . . . , ,iui uuiv, tr.KtMi, liters irunin poit ana A. B, Mtfthrr appeared for the . ., , . , . ... to .! t t! i V rZ i . ' bu long occupied borne one of hit 1 yesrt her health has not born soihcitnt , W. Bradley tf SunJcrland, sends j fur attendance at public or social gather nt itwar of Wr varig from his mil Ingt, aad on this secoant I be invitation erootnpfcbied by tht folio tog not : to tuetl at btr bouse waa Ibe mar so "Weltiok UkStuwuW MtK!4wj ni; wpithle lo ite Ladies' Bockly, of w hkb bare be 1iwd werr ntnrfe s-arfWr tbaa ? sbe wat formerly It nsefal member aad ral!y n-jtJ, as we found lbs j valued cfSoer. A very lnr namber re other 4my lo elttt,g a r ttornwrst btteh tpooded to tti iavitaUou, both ol ladi4 log la tar ' tetswlng mahio that tie ' and gentwraea, for whose entertainment ire when small was branded in tbe star ! liberal ptotitioa had Utn tvaJe. Oar Hll, umptM of nfof mWk 1 sbJ j exeellent botets txH only gr a eordlsl j jftt 4 rJtc.'y sbowlrg at diU or yvr in which U bread m j.iot4 iber. T ! 1 y tU Vt Hit m deaf by jr-j t?.l r (0. Mas? of iUe )t ( Wcle r tvrl ortoK,o)J ircir U'n mf clw.-ii of u4 (LIi Wif om f be lvc ' fcfsl ar elr k4 b4 w diw : to lb x rt of No or elf U btbe In , tisr-.rr. At th rtrolBUoa f lb loj Um n mttt V-''T tft&r Ob j mhik rrfrrffj to iiMJed lot o. 11 ior.M of n,ec. tl Juy or gml ocfiirnog htttueJ i-f H'.l, bS w robkblf toaJe'brr, wb!cb ftitbuagb doroftiic in their Ub OiIu were lalJootmore lbn jelaratur wrr)l rt!iy ubiic in tbeir U taoJrr-i rt to, tbt being eoroer ' rtttiuoi nJ rcm ii. Jhtt, be bo u( Ua No. 11. Cirtb Ur grow jail bfiJl wrenwoi from bii b dfiibr J rej.iJly, lboiib aot at fat a the t.ia Tbe tnammoth e'mt la our village were j Utu' iatiird a little more than ooe huo- dteJ yrart ago. Tbe Teecfcert' lotlitule lat wetk euflVred a mewbal In rrpi-t Ui attend ance im aoeouot of ibe aerere alorm. Tbete wtre i$ leaehcrt preaent. Tbe fuliiiwing itatvbediiie of the rxertiaet, ail ofwtbicb wf re practical and iatereat tng, eriai!y to the teachert preaeut : THlDt lVtXi. lxtare by Ibe Wale Superintendent M'.IDAT MOBKlKvl. 1, Ariibmetic, by tbe Saperlntendent. 2, Oral Compotitioo, by Mre. K. K. Kyle i t Jutex Junction. 3, Vermout Geography, by Walter E. Howard of Cattleton Normto School. I, Lauguage, by the Superintendent. 8itT ArrtMoon. I, U. 8. Ilitiory, by W. E. Howard. i, I'hytiology, by Mre. F. K. Kyle. 3, Tbe Metric Syitem, by the Supt. I ft I . 1 Tl T - I It W, ILI'UIIIII VJ A. Um iAUILIVIV, , , on Mu.lc, and T. II. Archibald, D. D., oo luttructloo In Morale. rBIDAT ETIX1KU. Ledure, by lion. Denry Clark of Hut land. e m Mm r huumno. 1, Aritbinciic, by the Supcrtntendeot. 1, School Manaemeul, by Mrt. Kyle. , lU'clUtlont, by I'rof. 11. II. Shaw. 4, Attronouty, by lion. A. L. Miner. 8 ATI Kl-AT arTKUKOOJI. 1, I'olitical Econoiuy, by W.E. Howard. 2, On Ileroet, a paer, by Mrt. Kyle. 3, School Management aud reply to quct tiont, by the Superintendent. rAtTOkT fomT. Another young couple contolidaied. The next regular commooicatlou of Adoiiiraui Lodge, F. k A. M., will be Nov. liili. -Col. Colhuro aud II. W. Davie have gone to 1'enutylvania tocbaae Ibe bound ing deer. Tbe earthquake ebock of Sunday morning waa quite aentibly felt by aome. Ootpel workeri begin a tcriet of meetingt lo ibe Daptitt church on Mon day next. Mrt. Wilcox hat toiuetblng to tay concoruing bcr new a lock of goode, in tbe advertising columna. It would greatly add lo the comfort and health of our children to add a couple of new coal ttovct to out tchool farni- (are and money could not be much better pent than in putting them there. lion. M.S. Colburn wai uuanimoui ly cboten president of the Vermont Asso ciation for tbe protection and preserva tion of game which met at Rutland, Tuetday, and II. W. Davie one of the dircctort of the aame. Hubert A met i one of tbe county committee, appointed at tbe eaiM meeting, a:'. v -V , Tbe following report of the higher department of our diatrlct tchool, Mre. Brown teacher, for tbe term endlog Oct. 26th, came In too late lor publication In laat week JouutAU Scholar Jiari no abteucet: Helen Bouettocl, Emma, Beach, Jamet Bently ; abeeut but one day : Cbarlea Boneateel aud Mary Bently; hav ing no lardy marki: Helen Boneateel, Emma Beach, Grade Jones, Delia Smith, Mary Wilson, Willie Settout, Frank E tebrook, Mary Bently; one tardy mark: Jamee Bently, Daniel Coffey, lioae Rob erta, Mary Green. MANCIIKSTER VhVVT. J. C. Blacktner It patting np a brick building. Mrt. W. 1. Taylor it on the tick list. J. C. Blackmet't new houte ie ready lor a tenant. We think the people of Ihit "burg" forgot that we have a pound keeper, S. W. Bourn hat lately aold Ore car loadt of lumber to be tent to Connecticut. II. Colvin hat purcbated a aet of 30 Inch lionet for a grUl mill and Iniendt to have It lo full operation In a abort time. Mr. Jaine Ltwrence of Shirley, Matt., accompanied by hit oo, inado a flying vltitto relative-tin thlt place, latt week. The acbool ho ate la Eatt MaucbeMer waa crowded, Sunday evening, the prayer meeting and tcrvicet being very interesting. . .' . - ;s W o r Oar friend Myron II. Lawrence bat "been, gone and doue It." Allhoagh we are aorry to Vote him for neighbor, yet we with him and bit worthy young bride long, happy and utefol livet. William Ba'.kley it quarrying lime atone for another kilo, to born tbiteeaeon having aold out all of bit laat kilo. Hit lime findt ready tale aa it makea uncom monly toogh and ttrong mortar. powirr.' - - "' A public examinalioo for teachert of the common tchoolt of Dortet who have not already received cenlflcatet, will he held at tbe acbool houw) lo thia village, on Saturday, the lOib int., commencing at S o'clock a. m. 1. S. rntrr, Sop't. Our aoclable Ul Tburkday wat one of exceptional ioterett. It waa held at the old paraooage, and gratefully we re cord the fact thai alill tbirly-fjve yoara from thedex.a of the revered pastor of, J . t I - . : - , T . . . . - . wrSt-wo to !l, bet with tbtrry spirit ' and wiatrocUv and nirruinitig e overs ooeUibsieJ sabsirj:s:;y o lb Intel'if- ( J x4i t:o oi ib ticf. TUiB iu Ustrr frt of Jt Jat, IUI b 'pweriar Joumt, l H .t , bmto j.ftriu cf lb dff sl booorJ vj;-('dfi; Utt cortont ibiic from ;fufi UodiniJ m,kniry eeldt. Mart ln.irit uii la !t K people re daogbtrrt went far away to minittrr lo ibe world erangeUtation; brrektt been a tucrioo ol funeral tervicet, from tbo of the aged patter laid away to bit rett to tbe of the yeuog and valiant ao'.Jier who died for bit country, ere in our earlier tittory have been quiet conferen ce! of tome t f ti e cliief men of our Ver man ltrecl to plan witciy for tbe inter est it tociety, education and religion. And before the higher tcbooit of learning euald e'e where be ettablUbed, tinny young men came here to get the inatruc tioo and culture thry uctiied for the pro lettitiut they were afterward to fill and honor. It la to be hoped that the n umber of tuch houneiof historic attociatlom an, I tacred tuccuoriet mty be multiplied in our land, and that their doort may at timet be opened for tbe young genera tion! to become affectionately interetted in'lhote who have gone before but who thould not be forgotten. We will not omit to mentiou aa one pleatant reult ol the large attendance, that lti diniei dropped into the trcaturcr't baket ag gregated a very anbttantial help to the ladie' lund for the improvement of (be chrtrcb edifice. WEST Hi l'AUT. 4. t A young carpeutcr hat a No come among ut and it boarding with Mr. E. II. Beebe. We may now expect new housci built on abort notice. The young mau weight about teu pounds. Tltere hat been fourcatea of fever the paat four week. Three have been In a daugeroua condition, but at tbit date hopea are entertained of their recovery. The ayroptomt are of the old typhoid cbaracter, temporary intanity being one of the marked feature!. Our village hat been destitute of a doctor for nearly two mouth, and we had to depend on Salem. Tbit week Dr. Cartieuter from Fair Haven, hat ta ken np hit residence among ut lo cure on. Hit. He It a young man, but hat been in practice with hit father, and if the mantle of tbe father full on the ton, we may congratulate ountelvee on hit ad vent here. Tbe Itupert Farmert aud Mechanic! club organized Tuetday evening, Oct. DO, for the winter meeting by electing Fay W. llopkiua president, J. L. McCall vice pieaideof, Johu F. Sheldon secretary, X. W. Collins treasurer; A. C. Beebe, Al bert M. Sherman, William Hoot, Harry Clark, M. C. Phelps, C. M. Sheldon, A. T. llurd directors. Adjourned to meet at tho Baptist meeting house in Went Itu pert, Tuesday, Nov. i'Otb, for the first evening for dUciusions. It is intended to bold meetings each week Tuesday evenings at aomo place. LAN IMi ROVE. Quarterly meeting last Sunday. j E. E. Reynolds has chargo of the church the ensuing year. U. Harlow Is runuing his mill ou full lime with tbe help of five men, aud ex pctt more help soon . 'At the sale J. Emerson's property last Thursday, bidding wat not very lively, consequently things were sold very cheap. Parties were In town last week from Connecticut, buying butter, prices paid, 23 and 21 cents. School closed iu district No. 2, Fri day, Nov. 2. The winter terra commen ces December 3d. Latt Friday waa the most rainy day of the season. We have not heard of any damago baiug doue in contcqu ence, ex cept lo E.H. Hart's mill dam, which waa und.'rmiiicd for about the fourteenth time. All who attended the public exauii nation In this place for tbe winter term of school were tatUnetl. At leatt we have not heard of uuy one complaining that tome one else fared better than they. A. A. Howell hat hit new hone near completion a to be ahio to move lu tbit weU TuamIiv. By iho way, minor aa) t be going to keeo a li.Het anil that lie' tia ordered thing fur the opening. Now', Uncle Dud.if that, ita f iclbe mre and not invite tuy of tliu total abstinence people to the opening, tor if you do they will sorely have you over tbe other aide to board with the eJitor of the Manches ter JoiftJtAL, and rumor say he It not at ail particular in hit way of providing meat and drink for lhat clans of boarders. iXIKUONlitKKr. Mr. Walker, f ur tailor, it prepaied to do work in hit lineal a leatonable rale. y . A Danby man it negotiating for the purchase of the taw and gritl mill, with a view of putting them into good wotk iug order. We trut the trade will he cootumm tted. Our townsman, Mr. II. Moore, It about to r move to Lit farm iu Peru. Mr. Moore 1 a public tplriu-J rum and one of onr beat carpenter, aud while we are aorry lo lote him we congratulate our frtendt of Peru upon to valuable an ac quiwitiou to ibeir tiicicly. ivoxnviu.fc. Mrt. Alibis title raite one tla'k of both beans with podt containing 70 beant. How it Uiit for betut? , The "Mountain Home Grange" have bad shipped to them recently tsvo car loJ of abort and one of fi jttr. Messrs. II rtce aud David Gale rais ed 1-J0 bntticls of ears of corn on aa acre of ground, and also 13 large cart loada of good pumpkins on Ibessuta piece. Mestrs. Horse and David Gale have tb best pen of four bogs In tht town. Tbey will dress X each. Can any one beat that in one pee? aoi ru LoKiwsiJEfcar. This lima St Is a big turnip, U 1-2 pounds, W. 11. LVJeo fathers It. Dr. A. H. Bixhy, aocrptably, p'ted tbe rr it at lb MtiW.t eborefc Sunday aflernao. Noble Jalnsca tu pa!W, batched UiJ Ci t((i up 10 date. Tbe party, bo by mi!kk, it Si bojeJ, took OTtrcoat from ItU Ho tfl, in Tero, t itw JiTi r.er U Iko nireton cD(nnI). U bcrcbr rraaflsl to a fcB wi-boat frtber reminj- He toik down aa o id bran born, and by one thrill blatf, through latt werkt Jut ax tl., made a representative for "lVrry" and demolitbed a thriving law office, and tel up aa experienced Intur ence agency. Now let bim try hit hand on our scandal rate. KCTLAXl). The extentive preparations for tbe State work houte and Howe scale manu factory, make bninet rather lively here jutt now. Tbe Bennington anil ltutlanJ railroad thopt have alto been repaired aud enlarged and put luto good working order. Tbe revivaliita have gone their way bul the good effect of tho meetings still remslns. Tbe attendanoe at tbe church et and at tbe tlated prayer uieetiuga bat greatly increased, and a good number of convertiout are reported. -Prof. Mietzke hat inaugurated a te net of subscription concerts, tbe munic being performed by noted singers from abroad t.Vited by borne talent.' The fimt was giveu Tuesday evening, aud was quite a success, both at regardt tbe audience and tbe performere. The next nill be given Nov. ltilb, when Milt Fau ny Kellogg, a Boston soprauo, and Mr. opkius, a Burliugtou tutor, will be preseut. r LAKT AllLIJiUTO. 1 It. T. llurd has purchased tbo Lockey property on the mountain, co fi liating of a iteam inill aud three thout and acre of woodland. He "will make buiinett lively at tho mountain house. Tbe firm of Judson, Dernlng A WoodworlU have purchased the store and stock of Vest& Bro., lu Arlington, and aud taken potiettlon, aud will be pleased to see all of their old customer! and many new one. Quick sales aud small profits is their motto. We hope the temperance men bsve back bone enough to atop tba aale of in toxicating driutc lu Ibis pl&co. There was a fight recently, chief of police Smith had to bo called in to put on a "quietus." Lives enough have been sacrificed in this place to the demon, Rum. - We have enough shiftless, lazy, "part-your-bair-iu -the-middle young men," meu too lazy to work aud perhaps too honest to steal, without rum's adding to tbe number. As long as the prohibitory liquor law is up on the statute hook let it be eu forced; if it is a bad law let it be repealed but wo think it is a good law. WEST ARLISUTOS. -Tho school on tho green commenced last Monday under the direction of tbe veteran teacher, Miss Ida Emery of East Arlington, Rev. J. C. McCollom will hold ser vices in the White church next Sunday, Nov. lllh. at 2 o'clock P. m. Tbe hor nets have been exterminated,' 'so come out and fill up the church. ; 'Ji.' ; WOODKOIIU. George, son of Amos Aldricb, is lick with typhoid fever. As Thanksgiving is near athand why wouldn't an old-fashioned turkey shoot be In order? Those astronomically inoliued have closely viewed (bo firmament the past few nights. Tbo planets have been cut ting up some wonderful caprices. ' T. J. Malory is the lucky one this time, aud Miss Susan Niles, of White Creek, has been drawn into the meshes prepared for her by Hymen. " , Frank Carrier who serves as driver by proxy on the mail route between Ben nington aud Wilmington,1 doslrei ua to iuform the Brattlcboro pspera that it'was John W. Rudd, the father of the proprie tor, who "lipped over" on tho Searshurg turnpike. "Uncle John" is, au exper icuced relusinau, but we winh to inform him that ibe roads in certain places are uot as good as they used lo Hva. Does thia settle the matter on the "western end ?" ' ' -' Mondty nlgbl was a dark at the Sty glan luke while I ha rain poured in lor reuit, and we bear if bair-brendth e cat: of a few who wero unfortunate at lo be out In the ink v'blarkuea. The nmnin are up to high wausr maik ud every thing it ready lor whiter solar as water it concerned. The heavy swuin of wind and rain last Friday wat the acver est in the ."idea oj November" for year. The smoke stack on Sawyer's steam mill was demolished, and several shade trees were blown across the street which bad lellod the, elements for years. . , arATte sews. Its Addison county ouious are selling at 30 cents per bn.ihel, and the growers tre "wrotby." ' ' ' Tbe Brandon News says Rutland draws six-inch hair snakes from her reservoir and is dissatisfied aboat if.' , ' Wilcox's boot and sbo store iu Ben- oinaton was robbed ot M worth of goods, Ibe other uight, At (he mceticg of Ibe Vermont Dairy men's Association, held at Dorliugtoii, the old officers were re-elected for the coming year. S. S. Balcbelder of Hardwlrk, raised 40 bunhels of wheat lo the acre, and don't want to go west. J. B. Woods of r- surupsie raised 4'JO boshoU of oats on six seres. It is reported that one of tbe prominent converts at the Rutland revival meetings has recently made restitution to a gentle man of quite a turn of money unlawfully taken from bim. Jaraea Holion, of Putney, was found In hi tsw mill, Oct. 22d, with hta skull broken lo and tbe brains oozing from the wouudt, which wete probably caused by some part of tbe machinery. James Crosier, sentenced to state prison for ten years for lbs murdor of Wm. Smith of Halifax four years ago, wis par-dont-4 by Gov. Fairbanks on tbe 2.th. C rotter Is (0 years old, and broken Leitiib it said to be the can of the pardon. Emily Tower. agei 17, pupil at th Si. JoBntbary Academy, wboe prrt! rtiJ In towo, coninj:Unl lokiJtby drowning i. the Taatucptic t.r. Moo-1 dsy evening. Cause, temporary Intanity. The Bennington bailie monument w ciatloa hat decided lo locate tbe mono ment on the site of tbe tVntennial stort boase, at Bennington Outre. There are ?I,0.) scholar lu the com mon schools of Vermont, lO.O'O lu the 3.1 graded schools, 3,0O in 2C different acad emies, aad fitting for college. A Boston parer lays: "F.x-Gov. Smith of Vermont bts purcbated the Hallct place In 0terri!le, Mats., for 1, 2v:, and ia fitting it for a aommcr resi dence." E!miua Boyden, of Barnard, who bat been a great sufferer frem aome unknown internal disorder during the pat two jears, bad a aewing needle of medium sizo extracted from her thouider a few days ago, and is recovering. The annual meeting of the Vt. Bible Society was held in Montpelier, Oct. 17. Tbe total contributions f on Vermont to the society the pail year were $10,KU; balance in Ibe treasury $.!,r,G0. Tbo old board of officers were re-elected, aud the annual sermon was preached by Rev. Geo. B. Spsulding. In the Smith Champlin poisoning case, the prot-ectition will be represented by State's Attorney G. R. Chapman of Ver gennes, Col. W. G. Veazey of Rutland and ex-Gov. Stewart of Middlebury. Mr. Smith will be represented by Henry Ballard of Burlington, Geo. W Graudy and J. II. Lucia of Vcrgenncs. W. J. Wright, an iumato of the Stale prison, was uincnargea itie Ato on ac count of the expiration of his term, he having been seutencod for one year for stealing four cows iu Arlington. Slier iff Tripp of Addison Couuty immediately re arrested him on the double chargo of stealing six cattle from a man and ahorse and buggy from another parly aud con veyed his lo Middlebury jail. Hon. C. W. Willard and James T. Thurstou, of Mootpolicr, leave tbo fore part of this mouth for Arkansas, where tbey are to spend the winter at the Hot Snrlnei. A Berlin horse fell 29 feet from a bank to a pile of logs, turned two somersaults aud rolled 70 feet more down a steep in clino of loose stouct, but got up and be gan to graze. Geo. F. Leonard, tho mail agent be tween Newport, and Springfield, Mass., for tho past 17 years, bat traveled over 900,000 miles, and uever met with an ac- ceident. A Danville manufacturer sucked at a siphon to stait the runuing of a barrel full of cedar oil. So much started that he swallowed enough to kill half a dozen men, and he barely escaped being one ol tlicm. The Oltaquechce woolen mill, North llartland, consumes sixty thousand pounds of wool per year. Nearly twice that amount of shoddy is used. The price paid at the preseut time for wool Is seventy cents per pound cleansed weight. A Cornwall man picked 30 quarts of second-crop raspberries the other day; and their flavor was pronounced superior to the first fruits. Vergennes is about 30 miles from Bur lington containing about 1,300 inhab itants, and enjoys tbe fame of being the oldest city in New Eugland and the smallest city of the world. Tho St. Albans Reformed Men's Club have resolved as follows: "That if any person is known lo supply any member of our club with alcbolic drink and we can prove tho same, wo, as a club, will in our power touting the guilty person or persons to justice. Tho special committee of the stato agri cultural society on csttlo disease prevail ing in tbo statu will be called together lo consider some means for its suppression. A passenger train on the Utah Central railroad, near Farmington, was lifted from the track Tuesday, and turned up side down by tho wind. Coals from the stove scattered through the cars but tho fires were put out before dmnsge wss done. Several persons wero badly hurt. Tbe San Francinc) Chronicle says that California would bo belter oil' without ber gold mines, aud argues the point as follows: "Tnere are 3,000 people in San Francisco hI mi wlio live diiec Iv or in directly from ill! piirc:i-- an I sale ol stock, av!rn)iiiK in llioir expanses $.),0K) a year, ere iv, then, D,OtJ0,0iH' which the I'lm-cnoi it" not est ii. bul winch 1 eainutl by their victims. Mining is no unproductive littltifctry, hut the value of its products arc more than eaten up by the gambling speculations which it stim ulates." enry Gorhaui, a Utah Mormon, un dertook to chastise his six wives with a horse whip for disobedience. IU had previously punished them singly tnsny times, aud had grown arrogant; but this time he had ovcrrsted his power. fta-rwaat Drbtllly. Vital Weakness oh Dh-hlssiojc; a weak exhausted feeling, no energy or courage; tho result of iixntal ovku work iNDi;iiiiTiON or excess, or some drain upon the aystem, is always cured by lit MrmtLvs Homeopathic Specific No 2. It tones up and Invigoratea tbe systcm; dispels tbe gloom and despon dency, Imparts strength and energy, the drain and rrjuveuatcs the entire man. Been used twenty years with perfect suc cess by thousands. Sold by iteaiera. Price per single vial, or JJ.'ki per single tisckaire of live vial and :'.00 vial ol powder. Sent bv mail on receipt of price Addres. HUMPIIHKYS' HOMEO PATHIC MEDICINE COMPANY, P Fcltox St., New Yoiik. Awt-tilMliig Sacte. It is tle duty of every person who list used Bo II EE'S GfcBUlK Mitt P to let P wonderful qualities be known to their friends In coring Cont-iiroption, severe Cought, Croup, Asthma, Pneumonia, and in (set alt throat and lung diseases. No person can u It witboni immediate re lief. Three dosca will relieve any cane, and we eonnder H ibe doty of all Uriig- visit to recommena it lo lite pyr ay ing mutomptive, at least to try one bottle, as 4 isxi doren bottles were sold la.l year, ', .... , fi,,l and no one cat where it failed was re- ttorted. Sucb a roedtctne as the Geksiaii ST CP cannot b too widely known. Ak Ot b too Widely known. Ak -it about il. Sample Bottles '.I 1(1 rt.nl i ILcvntar ail 7i , f . i w sale by Walt and Hard, Mia- l .slir t'oinl VI your Drnirgitt to try fiU cent. For cheater and rVlory Point, Vt, M't r atborUJ ( taarntMi (bit VnUn.fi Yellow Min, and Garl l-angm-r aud lability. Voa mot acknowledge (bat this would he rntnoat un'ru w had positive evldroewj tbatitwitl rurr. Yon wbo are toff, rirg from lhe complaints, tbft words ar .ldrr-.l tnj will you continue to suffer when you tan be rured on such termif It is for you lo deter mine. Sample bottle, 1 f-nt ; regular tit, cents. Sold by ail & Hard. '0,iwi) die aunuallv bv nrvWtlng a Congh, Cold or Croup, ofteu )e-.ling lo Contompiioo and tbe grav. Why will you neglect so Important a matter wheu you cau get at our More, Siiit.on's Con mxnhix Ci'KC, with tbe amurance ol a teely recovery. For swnett acntut the Clie.t or l.ungt or l.atiie litck or Side, Sutton's lViiort Piatik givrs prompt relief. Sold by ail X, llard. IIukmitm k, a popular and fratrranl perfume. Sold by Wait fc llard. Man Chester, Vt., elsewhere by all dealert. A Vr4 I Vltrc ) mm, FmiiKt), stop that congh! Do not neg lect a Common Cold even for a day, Tl may end iu Consumption and death. Rr.v. N. II. Down's Ei.ixiu hs cured thousand, both old and young; and it will cure you, if taken freely aud iu sea son. This lll.ixm has been before tbe American people ioiitt-mx tkaus, and has nevrr failed to give rebel to all who have used il. It has won Its way by ait l a I. t-KRYK r:, until it has become a ti mi up hold friend iu thousands of onr best families. Hegular physlclsns uo and recommend il. Clergymen and all pub lic speakers are it bent patrons. lUilrosd Employe, ninth exposed to eoldt, cought etc., should always ne it. Farm ers, Lawyers, Merchants and everybody, old and young, speak highly In iu pt aUe. A Krwrdy thai Ktvrr Falls. IIekky & Johnson's Ahnu a aki On. Linimknt is au external remedy for man or beast, for curing Wouud, Sprains, Strains, Sores, Cuts, Bruises, Burns and Ulcers of every kind, Including Skin Di seases generally; and while its applica tion is hsrmlens and never painful, Its eflects sue most wonderful. As a Family Linimkkt it meets the wauls of every household. Warranted to satisfy all who ue It. Haw Voa Vrllaw Kyti I Baxler's Mandrake Biltorswlll corlain Iv cure you. If you have any Liver difficulty, indigestion, coustlpallou, pain in tbo right side, try these Bitters at once and see how much good you can receive for 25 cts. SIK( I.I. noth-k Hklnarr Pott ISo. , U. A. It., Hosts In A. Unit' Mall, factory Potut, DD tba first Tuetday eweninii or uacb monlb. JOHN O. BLAOKMF.lt. Comrotnder. Urttt l.oilgx, No. 104, 1. O. O. T, Mtt at Adtmt' Hall every Haturday twenlng tl 7 o'clock. All membert of lite "order" tre invited. Dettree meetinKS everv flrit and third Saturday eveniua of each luonlb at 7 o'olnck. T. ). UOYT, L. 1. t'mllno Fire (otniany-, Maxciikhtkr, Vt. C. F. OKVI Fobmah. 0. It. wWIfT 1st AimiHTAirr FoBKHtM. J. K. HI'HItHY to Ahuiktaxt Fohsmam. E. H. FOA'LEK FoasMAN Mcita. J. N.IIAIIU. Ah-uhtatit Furk.iiak rllltX. H. KOOLKtlTUN. . Foiikmas Hims ami Laiiiikh. H. OKAY Aas'T Kouksak Hook anii Laiiiikb. W. A. lll.ACK HKcmtTAHV aud Tbfahuuku. CARD BOARD, In While, Black, Rod aud Tinted, at Mits. WILCOX'B. CONE & BURTON with to csll attoction to the fait that they nevsr bars had so well seleoUd s stock of g.wdt si at prett-itt, cotHittmg of Fall & Winter Dress Goods AT ALL riUCEH, TRIMMING SILKS, TURQU0IS SILK, VELVETEENS and FRINGES, Knit Underwear for LaJies, Gents, Misses, Hoys and Infants, 8ea Foam. Nubias, Muffler, Tippets. LADIES JACKETS, Gouts and Roys Cardigan Jackets, Felt Skirt lor Ladies and Misacs. The Hues', lot of HOilCltY w haw ewor htd, alau the bett aaturtment of KID GLOVES, in Opeis, ttil Fall and Wiuti r Hhades. Il'c Make a Snerialti) of I'anrif domls, nr.... ' .'i i ...,. it buriji ami Lwcs. WORSTEDS, First Quality of Germanlown Yarn from the heat manufacturer in lbs country, Embroidery Patterns, Canvases and a great many other things m tins line NEW STOCK OF PRINTS, and other Domestics to arrive in a few days. A Ni m Lhie, of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, Oil Clutn Stove Ruga, Mats and Matting, Mirrors and Picture Frames, UPIIOLSTEHIN'O GOODS, lu a limttted ntnit, Laeo Curtains, Hollands, Shades, Ac HARDWARE, Paint and Oils, Crockery ami filass, always in stock. St-M.uf.Tirs naiie or Flour Sugar and Teas. A Nice Line ol TRUNKS, LKATHEB IUGS. Shawl Straps, Trunk Straps, aud Baty CL. 1Iit tr a great stint otl,. - ar'.irtt-t wrt.irb t, im-wwuUn lo at t.'.'JU.-l ha Ut buttc but It ; a k,r. ,,B, ,,,,, u, ebrf ii.r ti.o anvtbti.ir wta tae to war eoti.iirt if lbs? .U i ' riw w t-a i ow hwk and raf-tlitwa aaabte u iu j KlW BUM M i,,. ,B4 a.t i u ; t,u... ui iiao ) i-wi- utr rat ! tutuert wbicb viil ttkaa vt.mn bulb awWijMlo ! tvtuert ab.td viil kaa U.mB bulb at b iii I tad qt.ai.iT. floola are Lw-u.i; ffe oil ia .ra J !" . bkTfc u ro a ksruu t tb litlr. i'lt-aw tail aud tarij u.ta M- ,i!a.mii. I W. Vt (t-.lv.Slrf KT 'lin WAIT & HARD aavt f at MauxchMterfe Factory Point a Mil ! t.1 tio. k of Drugs and Medicines Toilel and Fancy Articles. Confectionery, TOYS RKYOLVKKSJ. CUTHIDaf. Stereoscopic Vlcics. Tho Beat 5 Cout Cigar in the Market, also the " HARD TIMERS," THREE FOB TKN CENTS I I A Laboe Assortment or CELLULOID, ELASTIC AND Nickel Plated Trusses And the Now Centennial Shoulder Braces, the latest aud most de sirable brace iu uso. 20 Legal Blanks OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, in Stock, or priuted to order at lb JOURNAL OFFICE. JOTMEALS AT ALL HOURS, Oysters in Every Style, CHOICE CI0AE8 AND CONFECTIONED! AT j. i. mm i.if 00X8, OpposltsDepot, 31 111 KutleadVt. 11 10 A N D I I :i A N I A O WAY DOWN. Cluett S sonS 265 RIVER ST. Ia Bitting their sprtsg ta maetmecl, tk pleature in lotormtDg tb baying paMie that la c)iitiiniooe of lbs great decline ia all b at leal Kuodt, ujioo suiulbttiua thlt "ill pros lb ttry l-.t Urns to niika a trat-tlatt ebole, a4 r- iar tl a visit before anttn( a parebaM e lwk I STEISWAY, -CUICKERISG, CLUETT &. SONS, HAINES RROS. PIANOS AKD ESTEY ai MASON k HA -UK ORGANS, A 8PECIALTY.