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Tliir.U.AT, MMXll 15. Slttt HI ttalt-V f. C H :i t, r:v.iv. owe n isTt, vtaotrt. !- !. o :. ?. t I- , at . K J , a. - Jrt I t ft -.' i ia. II i - aw I'" Tll-S, II -.. 4.l I jre. flags ! i.J. l-jrH U.t.j5tf I--iilJ'i!f I! II. lutm, I i-'-f rn 11. t4 ., t'i ifiuf , lil. AtTirM UKt I ! if II a. It .,,. Jk.4rM, JvmamM, JWM, 4 c, Gi. I'. War, fr-p'-u-toe. Irr.o.l VwtMUt faHn Vj-il M if a.Waias s4 rn-l II . M. feit !'. !hh ' IMr ruieutA Imti 7 kanMVaf.at.disaiae-.lata II a. a'l-a Mr.as! JS ! leal gwii Jortk. , l-ifm:, teMi.r"-J, CWsr, . I.t"f Dirts fttt.fitr. IrrnH 1 XiInIM 'Lit 4 $rut Vel'tp 4iMitri sol rn.i.i si I , a. T a, TaUie ai4 Mtwdiri at II . - a rue armal W l jt 4. at. uia gmg rta low kmimforrf t 1tur. . D. Cram, I'ropfialot, Malta !. OtTH-Cr r:ir4 ff S.wTora, AlUaay.Trvj fti-vta a&l V1..1 ti II l'i i. a. K.)!lTI h !f l ' Kei,tl, Borlsfcgtot sad Lui i 1'J r. a. i.kaNVIUK stall tj .'.at. lioaa-s at Isi ti . a POST OI HCKewa Una 7 a. at. U r M Mailt fi ll.t Notib air al Ita P-al utrt a' I a a. a. Matt fima III twatb arista al lt 1BV ill mi. a. Mails l.r t'ara, l.airraa dU!, J.a.aica ia.. fcf ftl faciurr l-oiul 1'u.iwf- l Milt a. 1 ! a, ILaradaje sad Bt- ardare. T.l.rapk Ur 0wa from la. a. to I f. a. MAXl llllim. The aprlon lerm tt tbe seminary commence to-day. C. V. Swell advertiaet for dd!ari. -A party Irom tbli tUUkb will ktttoj I be war drama, "rilriol Sudi of 1778," II (he roaila aie nut tuo la J. C. K. Of Til Lai tud laruo order for liU roili, r!t and Cic, from CaliforuU. TU aerietof ic!t)ici will clo with au t ti(0.tiumvul at Muaic Hall, tt wbkb a couple of fattft ill be prtxntf il. The date ! not yet fiiod uh. Muutin-lior rtjvdcra in ten tuilca of tldewalk la good eoodiiion, Exchanyt. Maucltetttr tai orrr (bree uiilci of mar hit ilJiwalki.. The mud ba becu uucominouly deep tbia aprinf, but tbe roada are geltiug ad ded In aouie plactt and tko woratii over nolcta I tt re la another aolid frerr.e. A parly of youiijf people from lb village kllcudcd mgar paity at C. C. Ikll', Monday rveninx. Tbey report good liinc. I'anicl I'urJy turniahed new maple augar to tbuae who attuuded (be sociable at Lla bouae kit Wcdncaday evening. It wia tbe firat of the teaaun and blgbly ap preciated by all. Cooalderable uiaplo augar h&a born inailc, already, aud it la of ouaaally good quality. Nice tamplea Lave been kit al tbli office by A. K. fykca, Daniel l'urdy od 11. P. t'tley. Cone Si Ilurtou bave lecclved ttock of apriutr good. Tbey alwayi keep np nilb tbe limti aud purcbaae (be lateit alylca aud beat good which can be obtained. -Sueak tbievea are about. C. C. Bell Ion a jaautlty of Maple ayrnp from Lit augar bonae Monday tilgbt. The office ofli. W. Ilradley, hi Sunderland, til broken into one night laat week and artklta worth thirty or forty dolltrt were atolen. Tbe Chauocey (ireea farm wai bid off by Harriaon Hubbard for $5,(J0. Mr. Hubbard took pociou at once and Immediately bad bit nien at woik in tbe aplcodid tugar orchard. Tbe farm waa aold very low and buyer rcem to be tcarce Ilia ipring. We boUce in a rcixut Calitoruia pa per th.t Mr. Fred field took to active part in a mammoth featival held at Ban Joae, and that other nietnber ot tbe family alao took different part very c crplably. Our reader would be delight ed to act wore letter from Mr. Field In the Jot unai.. The annual tcbool meeting will be held In (he vtrioa diitrkt next Tue day eveoiug, IbeL'dh. Care ahould be rtercited in tbe election of ofllcera, and there ougtit to be a better attendance of tboae inlerrated In good tcbool than there generally it tt tuete meeting. Tbe County Uuloa of Good Templar, which convened tt llcnnlngtou, on the 13th Intl., elected thcte tffi;r for the entulog year; Co. W. C M. i Uleaaon; Co. W. U. r., Mia Julia Bin ham; Co. S., Thoa, E. Ilrowneil; Co. F. 8. and Treat., Edward ti. Moore; Co. Chaplain, W. A. Adamt; Co. M , Kdward Brown ell; Co. Guard, Mitt Nellie Croaier; Co. Scollnet, Henry IUibrtaoo ; Co. K. H. t., Miat I.tura Keujlngton; Co. h. 11. Miaa Nettie Vial). Tbe following it tbe report of the tcbool in Dittrict No. 10, Mitt Ubbte Walker, teacher: atitirt of iboaa who bave no tardy wtika during tbe eight mo m l.t of tcbool were, Minnie and Winie Velal. Ia the jear llattie Walker waa kWat three ha!f data, and Mmbi Velal (wo what davt. Tb fiIloiiif had no aheer during the winter term, Heniy aad Fiauk Wa'ker, EJaarJ, Wihie, tiexirga and Minnie Velal. No lardy niatkt, llenty tad Frank Waller, Lddie UoUferd, Willie, (ieorge tod Minnie Velal. One lardy mark. Untie Walker, May and Nellie Tardy, and Edward Vrtal. U wca'd tave trouh: and expente to tbe litert if l be following law wat ob terved ty pro(eriy am oert, or if nothing more, lo lv a ll.t of ibeir proprty at bom when going away and Itut aav a attend Titit; Section ti, CotDpllttion i bi iuc -iiiu iwnai 01 riiuooi. -.-7 - - It (be duty el tH lax r-tjei (o prewnt lo j Depot. tbe liasera, on or before the l:h of April , lietry Green bat bit new boilJiog ia eacb tnd every year, tUt of tUir real ! about completed, tad t tang, trim lock etat at we'l m of (Ulr pertona! proper log building it la. fly, oaued, owy,t-i, ot roataed Vy i iUm ta tbe JM dtv of AprM of 'year, aal to jr'te kaic to the iitr of : t 4 ltfcafrra by (Lest ade fcf real eta!e j jdurttg U jer preoad.ag, ttJ f fell jiMiigagt to i to Ike lixert j f.l'.B tU l,rx.e tMeaaiJ, wbea the i ibarififM ttt in beorrlv kaa lakea ijoa I , , r.., , j M,iU thertfw. -There wa gathered al tbe rt;J of live. A. L. M.orr and iady of a.t vj- itfe, t-a Sa'urday evening, Warxh lCUi, t large catcpaiiy of frieodt to cebra'. it r t,:vrf w edd.rg. Mr. and Mra. Mier tad tooJettly lue4 Ihvlr laviit iiont Seat than fvrty-figLl boon previout !y. Ntvertfceleat ibere w at nut a de ficiency el beautiful tad tabtuotial gifit, t LieTy ineowhlavd tot tueotora, to 1 J i -;tt ke (prwrsatiua af tk rtectoaity lo congrttaiate thii raUinable cuopl oa their anion of ii yeart, ao prod o clue of tnjoyniect lo tbe n.any around Ibem Mr. M.nrr doone.1 tbe verilahie brocade of March lC'.b, I V.J, when Iliahop Hop. kina ia '.ton chuich proooancad lb twain "one," now trantformed into taateful pokiaaUc, while Mr. Miner at her a d, with tail aud n about form, temd carc lb owner of three toor year aud (en. Cheerful chat and merry word r tuoodet through tbt pieaaauC and tatua fu.'ly adorned rooma, amid the fragraoue of cooioe Bower aad evergreent, tobered tud enriched by the lien of anions letvet on ihadet aud wall. A bountiful entertainment wat freely ditpeuted, auoo after wbkb Iter. Dr. Wick bain, by re tjoetl, gave appropriate aapreaaiun ia be half ut (be company preacut lo the love aud i-tUtm felt for throe friend in all the )ear (bai we had lived aide by aide, re ceiving their ayujpatby and aid iu our varying joy and need.' He hoped for (beui aud their children, ail abaeut but one, a bright future, and thtt a golden wedding wa in tore fur iLem. Mr. Miner retponded at followt: "Terhtpt twordmty be expected from lue In re ponte to the kind tud tffociing remtrkt mad a by Ir. Wickbam. My heart it too full of emotion for a tpeech. 1 btve long known the Undue, tud flieudablp of (he people of (hit (own, tud htve received loo many mukt of their confidence aud ettecui to btve anythiug of thii kind tur pi iae me. Itut I bad not expected, and tin ture we had not merited inch $ub tlantial token ot their affectionate re gard. Tbe beautiful arllclet presented ate valuable for their intrliiiic worth, but the value we thai! ever place upou them aa memen(oeaof our frieudt, will far out weigh any other ettimtte which eta be attached lo them. Dr. Wickhtm hat re ferred to me tt one of the 'ptltlarcbt' of of the (own. It it true thtt I htve been here tod in thin b3ue coutiderthly over forty yetrt, during which time my rela tion, with hi in aud othcri Kill turvlvlng htve been mott lutimtte tud endetrlog. We, tir, have patted tbe tummit of life, tud tre now rapidly going down (be de cline. When we look back the time tcemt thort to at, while to tbe youDg tbe road appears long, to mark the length of yeart lo which we have ttlaiotd, 1 mott devoutly with thtt til my detr young: friends hero would follow tbe extmple act them by youraelf. Widom, honor, aud length of day would tbeu crown their Uvea. We, tir, tre near tbe end of of our Journey. When we tre gone you will be much mltaed. I may be a little, but our pltcet will be filled. Intelli gence, mortlity tud friendtbip will ever, 1 trutl, be marked characterise of tbe place, and Mtochetter will continue to be a moat dctlrtble place lo which to live. May the remainder of your dtyi be se rene tud trtuqull, your aklet ever clear, nd your departure bo tt peaceful tod bappy at your life btt been Jutt aud pure." Dr. Wickhtm then offered prayer, and tbe hour of eleven being near, the gucit dcptrled. ,;, ; FACTORY rOIKT. u Det. Durritt offers bit pi tee for tale. We tre gltd'to notice thtt (be fathers tud brother (btt joined tbe cold water army tre sttnding firm. There will be t maple tngtr gather ing tt Adamt' ball, Tuetday evening' of next week. Ten ceutt at (be "door" will admit to an entertainment couiisting of aongt, ttbleaux, charadea, ic, after which hot tugtr will be tcrved tt ten cent t dlab. Froceod to aid the Metho dist minitter. Jotepb Lugeue tdvertiaet bit homo fur tale tt tuction, on the 30;b. It It one of tbe mott detlrable location In tbi village. Mr. Lngeoe tnd family intend going to MaMtchuteil. He btt been a rctideot of tbit place for a long lime tnd will be very much mined at a cltlrtn and neighbor. A tomewbat muddled ttory wat cir culated tbtt a ptrty of young men, wh occupied oue ot the front tettt lo church Saturday evening, disturbed tbe meeting. We htve lufjuired Into (he mailer of aome ol our citizen, who tat near them, who tty there was ao dittarbtoce wbtt ever. So much for the boy. AAeruooo and evening meetings al the JttptUi cbureb tre well ttteaded. M!Towntley I an effective tpetker, delivering ber tueatage to plainly and clearly that be who runt may read and understand. There teem to be t deep feeling intnifetied, yet ii ia an under current thai hardly reacbet tbe tarface, but when it doet buret through, as event- nallv It mutt, tbe "bell-era" will aee rkb barren for their la bora. "Comical Brown" ba evidently give Factory Point tbe "go by" this tpring. A few dayt ago bit advance agent wa in town, making arrangement lor a ball tbit Tburaday evening. Ia view of the religion! meeting! tbit week. Mr. Adtmt remarked to him tbtt be hardly thought be would get ta audience of twetiy Br terwoi., Ilia ttOM event ap witi: lfutn b, little more moral! ly, t little more blue ribbon, tad tbit would be a darned preliy town Mi-tcntm MroT. Ivl I'ood It tt work tt bit trade ia l'aw et. -Hawiey 4 Fielding's "Oid Ntncy" bat gone wner til good boraet go. Notice H. 8. Sykea' advertiaement of ErVbatotad Tripp and bit os-io-iw, )mr Crowa.agttield will ctrry e-n E. A. JajBao's fan rtoeally prrbaeJ of' FajeiU Baker. j Tbe fufteral aervloM of lb tat Jba retry ten held al the borne of the de- ct-eard, frost wheac tb run tint wer take a to huadae iaod tor Uiermeol. j J. DavW k Son are doieg a thriving beaiaeat I tDaaatacturisg atp borke-t, ' bralert, pant, Ac. Tbe fjutuS of their; ham men i beard late ia Ibe evening! aad early in lb morning. Hretbtirad-' vtrUacment. liourr. I. Barrow a bat revived tbe appoint tntat of Deputy Sheriff. Ia 177 Ibere were eleven mtrritget, twenty-four deaiha, and fifty-one binba la (lie Iowa of Dortet. Met. II. G. Root and Mn. blorrt of Bennington were lo town Itut week, goeait of II- D. Root. Don't forget our laat sociable, which will be at lb lector room, Tburaday evening of Ihlt week. A large attend ance It detlrwd. EAST IXMaaT. We htve received tootber iuleretilng tod cleverly written communication on "Old Nig," but have no room for it thii week. mr 1 nr. Lymtn Kinne, aged f2, tnd George Harmon, aged 46 yetrt, died, Monday, tt thout Ibe tarn hour, of typhoid pneu monia. Mra. Nancy Harmon Huiih it veiy low wilb tbe ttme dieao aud not expected lo recover. Newton Claik, wbohat been very tick with cougottioo of (he lungt, ia reported much better. WUI Kl'I'tUT. Tbut far tbe pronpect for (he tugtr mtkiog It good. It bldt fair lo be t good crop. Mr. Sheldon Bailey, formerly of (bit (own, now retlding lu Michigan, tpeaks before Ihe Farmer'e Club tt Mttonicball, Tburtdty evening. Subject, Veterinary Science. Friday evening the Wetl Kupcrt Dramatic Club played the Hidden Hand' at Maiouio ball before a full house, the number being much larger tbtn expected, Ibe traveling coutidered. All teemed aatitfied tnd tbe geueril remark wat that It wt better rendered Ibto by traveling eompaniet who make it a profession. The icenery wat new, covering over 1000 feet ol canvat,aud wat gotten up specially for tbit pity. Tbe trrtngemeutt of Ihe tttge end painting of tbe scenery was done by member of tbe club. Mis May Bltncbard, a Capitols, performed her ptrt well tnd lu the scenes tt tbe ragged newt boy was a decided hit. Jame Hopkins a "Wool,'' tb darkey, wa In imitable, keeping tbe tudienco lu a roar of Itoghter whenever be appeared. The company being tome 20 in number, sptco ill not allow a detailed report, but the ptrtt were well assigned and all equally well tniltlncd. Tbe rehearsing bad been under Mitt Mary Sheldon' direction, and the work wt to thoroughly done that only t few slight mistakes occurred duriug the evening. Tbe pity Is in five acts and occupied (wo and ono-btlf hours. The music wts under (he direction of Mrs. F. W. Hopkins, on tbe piano, and well italated by Mr. Edward Clark, of Poultoey, on tbe harp. Tbe audience wt well entertained between Ihe scenes by Ibe music. PAWLET. Another ftltl accident occurred In this town on Sunday. Three boys were out ou Haytttck Mouutain, amusiug themselves by rolling large stones down the cliffs. In some way one of these struck t boy named Albert Trombly, tged about 16 yetrt, and knocked him down tbetteep mountain tide, a distance of one hundred and fifty feet, killing: him almost Intttntly. SOimi LONDOHDEUItr. Dr. Wo. K. Eddy, who removed from this placoto Cheater tome five yeart since, left here a great many warm per sonal friend endeared to him by his pro fessional ttct and akill, and sympathy iu the tick room as well at by bit warm aud generout social qutlitiet. Recently a large ptrty of these frieuds gtve the doc tor a surprise visit. They were joined by a number in Cbetier, filling bit house to overflowing. Tbe occasion proved oue of rare enjoyment to all coucciued. Be fore returning to their homo the doctor and bis wife wer made the recipient, by tbe ptrty, of au elegant set of silvd.' knives aud fork tud other article of table allver ware. Tbe pretentatlon wa made by J. L. Martin, Kiq., to tubtlance a follow: "We bave titembled to night tt former pttieutt of yourt, not only for the pur pott of mtking you t a friendly vitit (which we bave all to much enjoyed), but alao to tender yon lettlmony of our blh appreciation of your profaatioaal ear around our bed tides when ditetted tnd tfSicled. It teemt to me qoite appropriate tbtt I abould be Ibe one lo txprett to you our tbiokt bectuae it wa your tkill, your labor and your fidelity that tpared lo me my greateat earthly boon, the but- om companion of my life. Not only am I eapeclally benefited by yoor proferred aid and skill, but all of Ibis large parly thtt now aorroundt you would In torn offer tb tarn evidaoce. It it well then that w tbould be here, and it it a duty w owe to ourtelve and you lo make tbi txpretaiou of our feeling, henti menu of friendtbip ortlly expretted are often forgotten and kxt through tbe un certainty of memory. Emblemt of friend tbip and etteeui art ever repeating It when examined, ued or looked upon; therefore 1 bav great pteaure in pre senting to yon, la behalf of tbi company, Ihete tokeot of our esteem. Not that they pottet gftAt intrinsic worth, but they tre presented to you by heart fi.IeJ with gralllod for yoor tkill and tym palby vr maaifeateJ ia tb cbambert of our tick. I ta well tware that tbe too- coat of ut til dependt largely upon thai affection, advic and ear (bat we conlin- ally receive from ber whom we love tbe deereat; therefor (hit vialt and Ihete to ktas are detigned for youraelf and your i better baif. W alao offr our earnen prater thai la lb future at la tbe pat year labor aball be for good, and when yoa aball bav mad that journey from wbot bourn no travtler returns, you tnty with satitfacUoB recall a lift of lot! crowned witb tcoox." TL eVoda very bif :iy rtjcpothltJ, ;btAliry tt fol low: "I am taken greaOy by turpria by tbit tcta'iltaUoa of your kind neat and tbr tokens of yoar aiaoer fnend h,p. At I k'k around upon Ux who hav g at be ml ber to-night tod discover ao snaay of any former patieau, lay sniad ! carried back to tbe si(k room, to times that I bav met you suffering from disea se lo which the human Ceah it heir, and ihe fact that you art able to b ber af forJa me great pleamre. I fully appre cia'c that the object of your vitit it lo make ourlcartt giad; tud you will per mit me to in that yoa hav fully aocout plixbed your purp se. Tbe long journey that yoti bare taken, (be joyful vialt that you bave made, and tbe valuable preaeutt that you bave off red at emblemt of your friendtbip, make tbit on of lb bappieil occaniont ot my life. Wben loaded wilb troublet tud caret the knowledge of tb existence of frieudt like the affordt on greal pleasure, and it truly a bleated boon, TUt kludiict of your will b lo me a atimulaul for future acta, and Incen tive to reuewed exertion and fidelity. Allunlon hat been made to my tymptthy. How could It be other wU with eucb pt (ienti at thcc. You bave offered your prayert for my a u ocean. I is turn offer my prayer (hat you roty never need my profuatioual terviuet again, but that my vitittin tbe future may be timply ihoaeof friendship, tnd that thcae may continue until God iu hit providence taket ut bume." SAMH1ATK. By neglect of selectmen to pott up warning, town meeting wta not held un til the Villi. Towu ollkera: moderator, C. R Woodard; (own clerk and treasur er, W. B. Randall; selectmen, It. Ran dall, A. M. Hamilton, L. A. Bennett; 1st countable, C. R. Woodard ; 2nd con tUble, C. N. Smith ; litters, It. M. Pro van, llarland Woodcock, S. oulllvtn; tupt. of school, W. J. Hamilton; town grand juror, Uavul fcuyrtcr; tuJitort, A. J. Woodward, J. E. Bruth, Win. R. Hoyt; overseer of tbo poor, It. 8. Hurd. Voted town tax of GO per cent. If paid before tbe first of Feb. 1879, to be 60 per cent. V'OOIKOKI. Some lay that "gentle tpring" ia at Ihe door, but Walt nutil Mtrcb howls out and (heu tee. A poteen of moil chased a big bear iu Dunuville laat Sunday, but (heir effort proved futile. Considerable maple tugtr bas been made, and brought Into town, of tbe best quality. It isn't quite time to "bolj in" last year's old stock jet. When any particular point topless him it lo bo carried it is quite a big thing to be "moderator" as wts proven at our last towu meeting tbe 12 lost. The "Pine Valley, boys," who con template i v'"f? a show In a few dayt, favored Jauiet HigIus, Saturday night, with a free rehearsal. F. II. Cutler bas gone to Boston to live, and "Sassy Sain" says bit father btt turned up out iu Arkansas, rich at a jew, and called his prodigal son thltber. When a wife in Woodford forgets to sew Ibe tuspendcr button on her bos- binds trousers she is patted on tbe back for balf an hour with a pine board an inch thick. The following aro the officers elected at March meeting: selectmen, John Bughce, A. Quitteifiold, A. W. Wood ward; collector, C. W. Cutler; Listers, E, E. Andrews, S. M. Bowles, E, Craw ford; auditors, Philip Smith, J. Hatha way, Jr., towu grtnd juror, Amos Aldricb; agent, A, A Id rich.' There wat only 75 cent on the dollar voted to do- fray tbe expenses of tbe town, aud anotb er meeting will toon be held to reconsider tbia vole. Our selectmen bave received com muuications from the selectmen of Dorset, who were appointed a a committee to look Into tbe matter in regard to pur chasing a county farm for paupers. It would seem that tbe people of Vermont bave not, ss yet, drifted so far iuto tbe "lapse of ages" as lo need tucb a perqui site, especially for it own poor. "Tramp" can not be classed as paupers, and if a "county iramp . jail" wore . erected it might prove a terror to tbe Itinerant wsgt, and be beneficial to the community. However, if the project it realy an etten Hal one tbe selectmen of Woodford wiil do all in their power to help it along. Ktcw iratM. The strike ou the Welland caual work continue!. A month's coinage of silver, $.1,000,000, will wcljfh 200,000 pound. Gen. Grnt arrived at Pirxu, Greece, etcorted by iron clad. A large crowd witneeaed tbe landing. Garabaldi, so far from lying dying at Caprert, la preptriug to visit Pari dar ing tbe Exposition, when he will be tbe guctt of Hugo. Counterfeit trade dollar bave been discovered in circulation In Ktw York. Ibeir appearance it excellent, and it la hard to detect them. A ditattrout fire visited tbe town of Sparttntburg, Pa., tbe 7lh, destroying every butiuett building in tbe place. The iota it about 1100,000; loturauc, $60, 0U0. ' : The Ohio Houto j liul resolution ak iug Cougres to repeal tbe resumption act passed Ibe Senate by a party vol Itie democrat affirmative, the republicans negative. Tbe Kentucky Senate appropriated $!0,000 for a monument to John C. Breckinridge, but leiected, 23 to 1, a proportion lo give a like amount for a monument to a Uuion officer from tbat State. Wben our pople gel dUgutled with the doiogt of Congress, tbey most look across ibe border, tnd listen while Sena tor Macpberton of tbe Canadian Parlia ment call Mr. Cartwright a "kook," aod Mr. Blake charge Sir John Mtcdotv ald wiih beiog a convicted thief. Tweuty-fiv thousand war claims are on file at Watbinglon, and it is slated tbat eighteen yeart will be required to adjudicate upon them. Many niiiiioAt of dollar are called for by the elalmt, moatiy by southerners. A man named Ptqaet recently kft tbe upper Olitwa thautks and started to wai beat. II was txtt tcvca dtytj vrkuovA food, ami rn rei2 a. ar j boot gorged bimteif to tack an extent tbat be died a abort time aftrrwtrd. la tb Vaudertiil will cat counel for : lb eoBiaataat cflaraJ to prove that thej valo of tb VaoJerhl.t tate wat out bundrtsl tuiilioa dollar, bat the turn-j g: ticlade 1 tb proof. Proponent' 1 couotel effrrfd to admit the value ot tbe aiau lo b "0,iAfc),uVU. A private ditpalcb from Paatma, re porta a fir there vrblcb destroyed the Grand bote! aud other large building, with many rrtidence. Tbe ! are reported at lVi,w.'u, with lu.nraui of f.'SO.OTO. Th coat of ihe Grand hotel wat ll'JO.OJU. At Madison, lad., t few dayt ago, a lot of little colored boyt were Trying court, and teotcaced one of ibeir num ber to be bung. He wat accordingly strung up by bis beets to a door-knob tnd left there, while one of tbe executioners went down ttairs to tell hit mother of tbe affair. . She went up stairs and found the boy in a terrible condition, with blood gushing from bit not and tnoutb. He bad lost bl eyesight and on tbe next day be died. A mau, bit wile aud eight cbildreu, patted through Palmer, Mas , on their way to a new borne, tayiog that Bilinfiald wat getting to be an uncomfortable place iu which to live, iu oootcquouco of itt re ligious quarrel, aud tbey proposed "to locale wbere there was only ouo meet in' house. . Tbe Memphis Avalaucho says there ate no longer auy real political iatuet upon which Ibe people of MisMsMppl are divided. What i called Ihe Democratic Consorvtllve party, it sayt, is merely "an office-seeking orgtnizatiou, wboe chief stock la trtde is denunciation of Radictl ism. . Tbe Washington Herald says a for midable secret society hat been organized iu tbe Southern Statet. All of Ihe lodges aro south of Maton and Dixou's line, with headquarters at New Orleans. A large number of Southern politicians are active members, including two members of Congress from Louisiana and Georgia. It I believed they will wield . great strength iu the future administration of Southern Interests. " Dr. Pieree'a Golden Medical Discovery will cure cough in ono-half the time necessary to core it wiih any other medi cine; tad it doet it, not by drying it up, but by removing tbe came, subduing tho irritation, aud healing the affected parts. Sold by druggists. To an already well established reputa tion, are constantly added tbo waiuicut praises of traveller who bave enjoyed tbe hospitalities of tbe Grand Centra) Hotel, New York. A Ilemarkabla Result. It makes no difference how many Phy sicians, or bow much medlcino you bavo tried, It is now an established fact ttiat Germau Syrup Is the ouly remedy which has given complete satislantion In severe cases of Lung Diseases. It is true there tre yet thousands of persons who aro pre disposed to Throat aud Lung Affections, Consumption, Hemorrhages, Asthma, Se vere Colds settled on tbe Breast, Pneu monia, Whooping Cough, &c, who have no personal ktiowiedgo of Boscbce's Ger man Syrup. To such we would say that 60,000 dozen were sold last year without one complaint. Consumptives, try Just one bottle. Regular size 75 cents. Sold by all Druggists in America. (ieaaral Railroad Ticket Agency. Commercial travelers and olbert goiug West tnd South, will do well to procure their tlcketa at Lansino's General Rail way Ticket Orrics,397 Broadway, Now York, (between Walker and While Streets). Mr. Lansing furnisher tickets to all polnte ia the West and South (as well as North and East) and travelors in any direction can bave their choice of nearly (0,000 routes. Lansing has special facilities for furnishing transportation to commercial travelers at lower tates than tbey can purcate tickets at other offices. Information given with reference to each route and advice free, when solicited. Traveler are courteously entertained ot bis office, S97 Broadway, aod all enquir ies pleasantly answered. Yaa must Car that t'aogh. With Sbiloh't Consumption Cure you cto cure yourself. It bas established Ihe lact tbat Contumpllon can be cured, while for Coughs, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and all diseases of Throat aod Lungs, It is absolutely without an equsl. Two doses will relieve your child ot Croup, It Is pleasant to take and per fectly harmless to the youngest child, and no mother can afford lo bo without it. You cab use two thirds of a bottlu and if what we ssy is not (rue we will relund the price paid. Price 10 els. 60 clt. aud $1.00 per bottle. If your Lungt me sore or chest or back lame ne Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by Wait & Hard, Manches ter aud Factory roint, Vt. .Have you Dyspepsia, are you Consti pated, bave you a Yellow Skin, Lost of Appetite, Head Ache, If so don't fall lo ute SHILOH'S SYSTEM V1TALZER. Ills guaranteed to relieve you, and will you continue to suffer wben you can be cared on such terms at these? Price 10 cU. and 75 cU. Sold by Walt & Hard. Well' Pertian Perfume "HACKME TACK" it rich and fragrant. Try It. Sold by Wait & Hard. J t A Wit tUr(rnir, - - Fkiekd, stop that cough I Do not neg lect a Common Cold even for a day. It may end in Consumption and death. lUv. N . II . Dowif a Elixib bat cured tboutands, both old and young; and il will enre you, If taken freely aud in sea son. Tbi Euxia bas been before tbe American peopl fobty-six tears, and bat never failed to give relief to all who btve used it. It bas won lu wty by act ual service, nutil it bas become a house hold friend lo tboutands of our best families. Regular pbyticiant use and recommend it. Clergymen and all pub lic tpeakert are It beat patron. Railroad Employe, much exposed lo cold, cough etc., (hould alwayt use it. Farm ert, Lawyers, Merchants and everybody, old aod yonog, speak highly la iu praUe. A tttmt-if Ital Ktttt Kit 1 1 a. lUxftr & Joiistojfs Advic a am Oil Lisimlkt it an extern! remedy for man or beast, for coring Wound, sprains, Straint, Sores, Cat, Braise, Burnt ami I' leer of every kind, including Skin Di aetae generally; and while ii applica tion it harmless and never pain(il, ! tffset a re mo st wonderful. At a in.i LmMEKT it meett tb wtntt of every household. Warranted to tatlsfy all who ute It. llara fa 1 allw SI fed Baxter's Mandrak bitters willceriain ly core yea. If ypa bsvs any Liver diffi culty, indigestion, eoouipatioo, psln Id tb rifht tide, try tbee Hitter at once and aee bow touch good yoa ca receive for Si cent. S ibe ttt remetkaVi prvloo ticn cf this age aaj rouutry ia Hall' Hair Rrerwcr. It uoef ia unpar ai'.cled. It t t eg!.t a'ter ly rit a and poor, l.'g! and !, young and old Inbalitaiita ef forrin laa la the frco pie tf Aut:a':. i Europe, aod ol -outh America fi'id nicar to pet it at hatcvf r ct at It ia t'lvaute il woik like tragic. Il lent. re Ihe hair toil youthful ci'!"r and 1-e-auty, and rob approaching tf of one ol iu ditagre able crompammrul. If you at get ting I !d, try it Try il if you are gelling cray, or if you bare any di aeajie id the ra!p. Try it if you wish a good hair dirw-ing It will rot dis appoint you. Mutitce lod ) -NVtiH. GEEAT ANNUAL CLOSIM OUT SALE For the next UO days AT ROBERT AMES. In ordrr to cUmo out (lie Imlanco of my ktoi k of lull ami winter gondii I oiler for the next 110 dava my wliolo Htotk of Dry Goods, BOOTS and SHOES, Hats. Caps, Etc at eucli prices as cannot fail to moot tbe approbation of all who cIiooho to tako advantage of tbia Halo. Largo Block of Dress Goods at from "0 to 50 per emit. Ichs than bavo ever been olTorcd in town. Cahmcrcaat75ctH. former pi ice, $1.20 Black Alpaccas at Irom ao to 40 per cent, less than ever Bold before. Colored Alpaccas At 15 ceute former price 25 CetitB. at 20 cents former price 25 els. at 30 ceuta former price 60 eta. Largo lino of ahirling (lanncla, water proofs, caBuinieroo, Kentucky jeans, cottonades, Ac. 3000 Yards of Beat Dark Styles of Prints, At 5 1-2 cts- per yard. Shirting Flannels al 10, 12, 15 and 20 cents per yard. To make the mile completo I will ofTer BOtno great inducements in Clroccrica. Price List $3 00 for Puro Oum Rubber Boots. f2 60 for Good Rubber lJoots. 18 cts. per gallon for Dcht Kerosene. 40 cts. per pound for Host Jap Tea. 5 to 6 cents per yard for Betit Prints. 45 ccnti for Turks Island Salt. Good Tea, 20 cents Soap per bar 7 cents. Splendid Flour $0 50. Gents Vents $1 00, Gents Pants $ 1 50 to $2 00. Heavy lied Ticking 10 cts. per yard. Ilcst Lard 10 cts. pur pound. Shirting Flannel 1'2 to 25 cents for BeBt. Molasses, CO cts. fyrup, 05 cts. Chewing Tobaccc, CO cents. Ladies Kublcrs 33 cents. Cheviot Shirting 10 cents. Beat llaiuins 12 i cents. Crockery and Glassware, at cost. Canton Flannel 10 cts per yard. Nice Bteached Cotton 0 cts, per yard. Pplended Brooms 20 to 25 cents. Cloth and Casniomes, at cost. Hats, and Caps, at cotit. Mens Heavy Boot's, Tap Sole 2 25. Mens Heavy Boot, Best, f 2 50, llama, Pork, Fish, Ac. All at bottom cost prices, for cahii only. Come aoon, don't delay. K. 11. 1'IIATT, Manchester iJepol, Vt. J. C. Blscktucr's Oid Stand. 37 O. Tvl . HOWE, Kaclni f fjl, VI. GREAT REDUCTION is Custom Boots & Shoes, Vut Cwli or fcadjr f'y caiy. Our Ai&rn-ao tail I'egad t'M " I'liil. (Jik " - " cot. rrmiii " . ( " " . .W T:.l!-g, .... . 60 ia All o l. .r wwi is j,r pjiLuB. I .Uroi t Ltur a ao I (si.:L ti.ao aisy Lf, Unt.t Ucitsict-iuaat.4 UuOaii'l. rL4i ' tai i tiU' Sii tutk a(ci(y yALi Ati-r. koi. estate aad pafwassai fi"(Mt TOR SALE, ContUtirg if a farm cf lclwa til anl aeven hundred acrra, :inttd ( -f a tut of !& .' al U .vt, l, lv .v, ifcra hntu.rwi of bird t Iimi't ii,ut.M la fr i Mine .-ttt t .ini-J U al ilia i ri-MiH ! -oir-m.-t-' t4 tJf tu a SrvVWaa 1..:ii.id-uI. l t t u. . ar ut Ik (wl. Tt ax ) ara m' i. Ji la U rx4. Complete Apparatus (or Cbeete Making li will b U al Hi Mfii'sl pKlsuilt, t on h Irinss a U1 fl-l Ui am r it' in t 1.1 ri' in 1 1. i o4 rn.fnaMa turn " i a l.aniki' iiui-pl i il NoKk hhn tvnuiU-iHiT. 1 acre aiU alwi mM .i('owi, 12 Head of Cattle, 6 Horte, t. (rata, t,H ta. rg.ii, lni.l. ninls. Ai A fur Tnna an.t vibi -aroMia lbtir ol Hrmsa M HiifTi.m . Ilia piettia, o et lha I al lt lH.ri, M i. t ut rri M Marrh ih, tt Clias. W. Stewart Orutrai Aeul fur Ivialksra V annul! I lr DECKER BROS'. Celebrated Pianos, aijo rtui WEBER'S PIANOS The World Renowned ESTEY ORGAN. Ho lu tn a jiraolii'tl wurkaian ta tb man. ufaitur of mnaiaal Uisirumeiila, lie tiiuvs a K.pml inatiunivnl han b w I', anJ mt sll ai-lix-Uona at tha niaiiutaalnrira, luitiairir. lla ill aril tlifin aa pliRap aa lhi ean he sil,, anil aarranls every iiislrunii nl. Aililreas Inquirie ta CHAS. W. STKWAItT, Ons. Amur. IlaATTLKiioito, Vehhomt, I I Or lo tha iUm-hcxIcr Im'Iiiii. Ofllra. TII1UD OUAND IUUWINO Distribution Co., IN THE CITY OF LOt'lHVJLLR, KT, ON TUl-aUAY, Al'ltlL 30th, 1818, Oa MoKtt lttriHMii. Under lb lmmliat aniiarrialoo of R. C. Wlo lrmilh, Ki-Traa. Htalu of Kr., Dun. T. A. Harris, I'rpa. Mi-i. TrsliD( and Trans. Co., t ol. lieu. K. 11. (iray, ami olhai proiimicul cillseua. lint or ritizi:H. 1 CAPITAL, PUI.E OY tw.ooo 1 Pri iao,i i I'nzas IIO.OliO, kii.cxio 5 l'nse 6,lK, ".UI 6 I'rma 8 IXJ'1, 1S,IS) IU Prize !i"Jil, ao.WK) as Prist , 'ji.ixk) 60 I'naa tftl Vt,9 0 Jim Pn.aa i,i"l SuU I'nwa Iipo, BU.UK) 1,003 True, all Cask, .'), 00 Wbola TiekeU. 110; Halees, .t; It Tlnkel. 1100 ; Sat Ticket, two ; 67 TicknU, IMO. rOniclal Hat vt Drawint will ba aant iraati to all bnvnra ami will alao l publiahed In Ilia Iiiisvilla Cui:uita JuuHmi, and Ntw Yuaa lliatLn. Muni'V can be aenl by Mail. Poatal Oritar, !Uia lured Lutter, Kipreaa or (Jrafl, parable lo I'oui monwealth DiatrlbiiUnn Co. All urders for Ttrk eu and amiliratiniis tnr KH'iea ahmild ba ad draaaed to COM Ml INWKAI.TH BIHTHIUUTION CO.,or T. J. CUMMKItFullU, Mucrutaiy, Connor Joiirnal UtiildniK, l.oiiarilla, Ky. 43 w Circulars giving; full iarticutara aont true. pOR THE BEST INSURANCE In the Best and Cheapest Companies CALL ON FOWLER Ac SON, OLNK1UL AlitNT Manchkhtkr, VaitMOKT. 25 Dozon Ladies Vests and Pants, at a great reduction from former prion, AT AMES'. pRKPAUK FUJI WINTKU by goiuR to Win. Drowason' shop, ouiler th Court lhiu.e and baying a Dice pair of CLOVES OR MITTENS. Hi; manufactun a and keia ou band a good aa turtmimt lor aal low al WHOLt'JAIX Oil IiLTAtL. WM liUOWHHON. Mamhester, VI., Nov. 20ih, l77. DM Large Stock of Men's Boy's and Youth's Boots at a ureal reduotii 0. (2 00 buy a good pair of men' stoga boot at Ante', J T. JJEACH, 1 doillg 111 Best Carriage Painting for ii-s money than waa uti doc lu tows. J. T. I;EACH, dot ail kind of CARRIAGE TRIMMINO. i. T. !:EACn ia rraiy al ail tlmn Ut it CAIJUIAGE WOIlK in f"A skap. acd a ehrap aa tb tuuta lit ni. I, T. liP.ACIl la wotkieg oir, J. l.agtoaa, lllark amitb hoop. 2a-lf rf.lory J oint, VI., So. Wb, lr77. )4 D. IJOUItN'i " " FUENITUEE STORE. GOODS ALL NEW. 8 Ul4 ait graat eats, aa4 aukl CHEAP FOR CASH. Qooiil dai-Tortd fM to all tuaobahl d.aUta. Blackmer's New Building, M lNCHKSTKR IjK1OT, VT. mair