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1 lie Manchester Journal.
lHfi;MY. MAT 2. t . , ... 7 1 r a'. J IUm ic ,i t f(s i re-eta t'ir.1 I 1 jr.. g Btltger, it. J ., pcpSTaUotS tu b lU .Ja are do KiH, It U t...t iai- . .i ltal psrrfb! ee M.',bkU raay ptl .s!e ttt it tl .-tt t-c t If! k Rsncb I II" Jt jutt ? . FeaS- Cj.rJt,o a fi.( tit i .tk at IU d.tr.rr Iet.dere4 to tU - . . Out. i B on o, Katariar n'wtn. h l!t a f. aartci d i.wr. l e ria. t,,.r.Je.! iL.a fc'.tKa! cuDDtxlrum : : Wbo l a i f,TfJ Li.'jiwll tie gnat' l patijul ly (S.JiBg sal fr bia tbult ct.sttt)?" aija.itiun b.thii l aetetal i uwn (a bwer to tbe e jaal aaifrtk(0 f a!! in Ibo riuitb ami in lie f-'t Ub. ILe Ottawa ll'iute cf Comniofc oc caiuii!iy fin-aeota aome disgraceful C( i.n a wt !l aa tie Ccogrrne cf tbe t'titeJ Stated. The Torurit-j OluLeiu a retftvt c!ncr.t)on of aceoea tbat luuk ptaie a bile ago, apeak of a promt. ijet4 mrrr.tx-r cf tbe Houw ami Mini, try, lU : ' Tu aj thst be waa utler tb it,rti)ft!re (.f liijuor wou'il le a i;roi!y ijai!f-jiite repreaentaliou cf tbe fact. He wataimply drui.k iti tlx; plain, crtiitiary rentie cf tbat worj, Hut borkin acb en cihibiti.,n w It ly no nioii flood alone. Acotber niemlf-r "waa a! ery drutik, ati-l ItelJ tbe I! r lor two Iwur, utteriog ail I'm bile lie tiiokt tinnitijjateil tionst obe, uttielitrcd ly even a glimmer tf tbat it and huu.ur wLith tbe ititbti-itetl are aometiiue tredileJ itb displaying." Senator IMmtind of Yertnorit aaya tbe only legal way in wbich tbo qat tioii cl tlie title of rresident Hayca could come before tbo United .State aupretiio court, would Lo in a case wheru hi autbority t rn.tko c!:iO ap piiiiitiiu tit in the til. lUi rbould le t i pntid ! ' Mr. Ti'dou or b! friend.''; and writ of quo warranto migbt tbeu be aui'd out in tbo Uliited tStatci circuit couit, Irom wbich it would be carried t tbe uprctno court. Otberwic the electoral comuiiiiiou bavo fettled tbo matter, eicrptln o Ur a tbe clause upplira which provide lor a recourse of any pemou having lights to be taken w ithout regard to the ecltletueut tem porally made a it were by the general provision of the bill. Many congrctii lu n ay tbat it i utter uonsense to talk bout the bill ; tbat it in a battel? po litical topic, and doe tiot dct-erve ecri oii attention Ibu rialtebuigh Itepublicau tell tbi goud one on Chatle Dudley War tier, apropos of hi Adorondac stories in the Atlantic Monthly : " Mr. War her was once climbing HayMack moun tain, and 'Old Mountain I'belp', the futuou guide, was ahead picking out the trail. Now tour'iHt usually bavo a grunt horror of getting lout in the wood, and Mr. Warner wa no excep tion lo this rule, and on tbi occasion all hi facultit-, both phyical and men tal, were concentrated ou keeping Phelp in view. The way teemed a diflicult and steep to scale a did tbe battlement of Heaven to Miltou's Sa tin, I'belp' having got a good start, topped lo gH a little spruce gum. IIo bad climbed up a tall tree some thirty feel, when bearing a noie, be looked down and was aurptisee to see Mr. Warner swaiming up alter him, with aotious, steaming vige. What on sirtb are you climbing up bore for f uealed Old I'belp, in hi shrillest tune 'What fur f ' growled tbe ctlifi; 'I'm trying to fo'.low you up thin blessed nmutiUin ' " 1 he Jt iii.'i uu discovered a liure' ti.l in FiotiJa U I vieek. A man Lamed MiT.iu. one of the returning lord at tl.p bite election, bus " ccn fefwd," that fri ft) information wbich be ban tcctived since ibecsnva and lr' m the fact that bo wa unduly influenced at the time of tbe cout.t be i now eomiiiied that be was wrong and mat ine alate t.culd nave Uf n g.ven tolilden. It u probable that we may ()m!.- a number of such document letween tbm and the next elocli. ti. 'lie in lu-aJior-a are that the coining cmpau it our oemo.. r.t.c ir.ei :j i I 1 . A - I a .. . . t s ... .c i.u, muu, ,.,. i-u l iiil. Ibey know that such kind of etiiiehte v u!d be worthies in any at tempt to ou.l llayea from bi cffice but T ;jt,or t,f the Man,.UiUr Joi"t : it make a vety good campaign cry.. Major Jsroe Ooodwiu, President of 7Vy o'e any votes. 1 bey ,ho Cnn-licnl Li'e Insurance Compa- ba.c forgeltea all about Crotin audinj &xvi verj gujjet)y ,v Hartford, liarnum's mules and tb wholesale t ull j VUrch ,r,tll( ool f,ivc0t but prob,. .U-xiftg by which they carried half ft: U.,WM.D c0 nd 70. d.ien touibrrn stale. Tbe man wbo ! t, i:r.lin u miim r lln. !. the botse i quite likely to i-e me firittacry "slop tb.cf. But in lbejwb(J io fotmer yet,n gQii bcfore rail-j ena be raresy deceives anyooay. iu;riJ, Cawe illt0 UMi kept , puin tut l.t election was eieeedicg'y close and j gliod ittWt homo ctt ,1( Albany bitter and all g4 citirens were g'ad j t(lrDpjk. , liu!e over , mi!a noMh wm when it w. over atd tbe matter s!-! lhe tU uie hilUM TLii CapUiu tlrd. and we think but a small portion j j,,,,,, 0o(,dwio t,i(J t0 t0Mi JuM. ol tbemb.ve any desire U fight ,r,Ua ,be elder and James, the sublet elnlion over agam. cf 0-t uolk Tbe fubcr WM firU , . ofl.cer ia ibe Governor Fool Gusrd, un- TU t w cbxfc in tbe tower tf tbe Col - Wge Mrrtt ct arth. ItariiPKlon, as :o- inated U IU first list Fridsi trttMg. Tcrry tf U t(S)J M,jor jttry wa Brsttleloro tss a bW t diaia. UteKftf sr lr,chr in tfian.-', f rl.ioB j fof t ime pi ,Uir UviD r ... i.h ttaek lands, He;'fmoto. lft.c. 1Ud.ai,ar at by ,...,.? ,. ... .... ..k Tt. SU.i f (WCt jets sud by su iLi:ti.kb arts. gtmetii; ite t is lurtta ta ti liisiij tsrnea to by the k k St w;f at say beer desired, (anKirvtmiiri. Mas- itrs, Yr., A pr i! 1 ST 9 Mr. .." -r: rUsre cf lb famer I venture la seed, yon It ft-flowiisf f-.r publicaticn-1 lave ior.g Ml lie need, as farmer, , .?n,.;krt wltre I tvtild !! traduce ' ' at f:rpnre, receive my rooory that 0 1A t tilt r woiJf jy m I wetit .Ucg. t8 f Mr. IJorr V!ker tf llm f!iw, I r(it!jfarj or rcearr to ohC C.i ,,. ... ' . . ' ! Cvi-kuQ tf New iork. To my urj niw i ia lwt or Ituee data 1 icceieJ a ! tier! ' ivic.cu . ... ,fitn y !"!, Mr. Cabk'.ia Iu( .r.-Mf in 1 r,,H liinii hr.itHf a I c"9 . oJ UJ u" l ,be L'h l aike price u4 lUl b f teaa tbe rnouejr in a d.y or two At the time njct-tiooed tbe money caae together with a bill cf 'e wbich n v?ry ti.fctory indeed. Sinco then I hare been tending butter and other produce twt one and another with very 4ii.-f U'ty xtturn wbich bare been very prompt Mr. Editor, I would like to be iiitrumetiUl in aaaiiling the farmer in Ibi viciuity in marketing their produce where they cao get ft fair pike and get tbeir pay when Bold. I wrote Mr. Conklia in tbe wiuler, ei pressing my deaircs alao Diy feara, tell in2 how we a farmer looked upon New Yorker with distrust, and re ceived in teply oinclbiiff liko the fid !wwin : "Mu. J. AV. I'mjwkn, I)earir: 1 received ycur and in reply would fay I hin a fanner. I rctideia Copake, I'oluoibia County, New York, I am tet:l bete by the farmer of thin county to m.'!1 their produce, consisting large ly tf bay and straw, also butter etc., and would bo pie-wed to handle pro duce from Vermont" Yours respectfully, C. C'ONKUN," Now, Mr. Kditor, what I wish i to nay to tbo funncia ttirotigh the Joi usal that I bit a-Hiired that all produce eoiiRiY'iied to Mr. Conklin will bo sold at a lair j iico and the pay promptly returned, lot be ha tint far acted tho part cf an boncbt tnaii. IIo ha visited ti0 place and bad called upon gome ol my neighbors und debires Ibo patron ago ol the people of Vermont. Your truly, Jxa. W. llowis. Tbe following i a verbatim extract from the private letter to a friend, of a girl twelve year old, now a resident of California but a native of Vermont, Some of our reader can guess who it is. We wink all of our twelve year old reader could write as good a letter : "The new i tbat Ah Fab, Mr. Cat-tlcmaii' China girl, 'u married to ff Notr, Mr. Bradley's China boy. Hue wedding was at Mr. Custleman's, in the room that used to be tho library but i now tho prettiest little parlor imagiiKiblo, with lurnituro of red rep, and laco curtains. Tbe guests, num bering about fifty, asBombted at one o'clock. The happy couple took their staud in tho doorway, but Ah Fait de clared at tho last moment that fcbo could not stand up all alone with ft boy so Miss C. had to stand aa a Lack ground. They were dressed iu tho usual Chinese fashion. Ah Fab had white rosea and bridal wreath in her hair, drab kid gloves and ft white laco bankcrchief it. her hand, whilo the powder ou her face showed ofT to a great advantage, and withal she look ed very charming and said she felt very happy. The ceremony was per formed in the Chinese language by tbo Iter. Mr. Condit of the city, after which we all went forward and cou- gratulated and kissed the bride. In a few moments the older guests went out through tho curtains to tbo next room wi.tre the cake, fruit ami flowers were temptingly arranged on a long table, and Ah Tab waited on them. Mean while the younger guest paid a visit to the biidal chamber, which i about a big a our pantry, all fitted up in pi: k, curtains, bedspread, carpels, uin'.i, wall and all. lhey are to tako a wedding tii;i to Milpetas ('J miles) ; the ciptuse however is net to exceed 1 bits. When the little brida passed round the tea to tho Chinese guests lhpy cath LaudeJ a ,iuJo pacUg0 rofil np jn reJ ps)(r tLina mj ur mfMt .Vo coDRratulftto you.'j c, ,ietlilIg ,,em be found they each c.,!;,a";, j a df;Urf i all amouMing to (lt(.ulv j!;4r4. She received . 1.,.. I gift too r.umervu to mention. was a dozen silver tea spoons." t.a liUtlil.rvU , nit.!ltion. One futdf ,on of c, t jMnt, Qoodmiu, . der Msj r Commandant Nathaniel Ter- ry grandfather of tbe preset Gen. . was cue tf the finest officers of the dav i ---,'". - - a - j we leys lxd I j ia tho dsys and iarj L!a g tf out t s criers to a! ; so! Jim we W.t tie magnetic power bis voice and knew Le m torn ti . . nrrrt I er.l (7, r..-v! ar : n rcii In iitt ' ' ' , i '.:nhj t-Jiitr. Itr rime tea. a .o if- aov.,. " '7 '"''-.. . : 1 it . . - - - i . . . incidence, -v' '" l, v , , " ' , v t i,f,th ih caxe t ) le front Jct-albao . It cbJer the cumtca& J cf tie for mer ILai the in t guar J niJe lieir Crtt ... , , . ... , t) ertit l.icu at tb t to New York, be tune aa Jo'tr ic!itooic!fl in tbe paper. ISotb tf tLee ; . ,,, nretra! u ..' , i iu tic cjutiWy, lut now quite vkbiu ! lV,f r, I fit ar. i. 4 r- -1 v .t m inl I built aroutiJ iu every quarter. It was tear the border tf tbi old family do main, in a fontbero direction, that Jame CoodwiB two or three yeara since put up an expensive palatial res idence. He made a visit to this place in the summer of 1 ST6, duriug which the writer of this article had a long and interesting conversalion with him about old lime afiaira and the men of our early days, sorno of whom wero now living but the moslof whom had passed away. At that time he spoke of ibis building a the desire of bia son rather than any particular choice of bis own. When ou a visit to Hartford in the autumn of that year, I rode out to see bow the city bad expanded during tbe twenty years or more siuco I had seen it, and it was on this occasion that I saw him for the last time. Ho waa just coming out of bi houao to go to bis place of business in the city. Ho did not ride in a splendid carriage, though 1 presume he bad one, but took a plain ono horse car, uller a brief interview, and proceeded on bis way. Mr. Goodwin married Miss Morgan, of Hartford, a sister of Mr. Junius Morgan, ono of tho great bankers of thojiresant day. Just how his busi ness life began I do not know. 13 u t through the tide of fortune he acquired great wealth and was said by Judge Skinner of Chicago, who bad intimate business relations with him, to have been tho richest man in Hartford. Put at the limo the Judgo expressed this opinion as U bis great wealth and ex lensivo business transactions, his large possessions of land, buildings and va ried accessions to his great estate, bo thoughtfully remarked " but ho must go sotno day and leave it all." And be has gone ami probably much sooner than at that lime was expected. The sad accouut of his departure reads thus. "IIo had attended a meeting of tho di rectors iu tho afternoon and went home to his supper. Ho then went out for an evening engagement and died suddenly of apoplexy, iu a street car." Thus instead of living to enjoy tho fine man sion so recently completed, be waa not even permitted to die in it. Hut in that same car, which I saw bim enter, or one like it, running by bia own door.he sunk in death without warning and alone. What tho religious character of Mr. Qoodwin wus I don't know. In regard to other matters ho has a good record. Ho was tho Cist President of the com pany, but afterwards resigned, then was again called to the samo post and re mained in it till ho died. "Ho waa a man among men, and as honest and honorable in his business as be was capable. In his death, lile insurance loses ono of its ablest men and tho city of Hartford ono ol ita best citizens." J. Andeksov. USITIAUV. In Cauton, 111., on the l'Jtb of April, ol consumption, Mr. Tbooias M. tmitord, aged 'ol year. Mr. San fold but been iu declining bcalib for several years, frequently hav ing attack which continea bim to the boune for tcveraj days, ami each attack etming to leave hiin wcul.er, until be was aware there was no cure for him that be was fullering from a tiiteuec which would ultimately be tho cauio of hi death. Thomas M. bauford wan a uative of Dorset, Vermont. Iu IHjT bo cume with bi family to Canton, und in connection with a partner opened a mar b'ejanl here, under the lirm name of Sanford ,fc liaichelder. Alier a lapsed a short limo Mr. Itatebclder retired from tho lirm, and Mr. ltlako K. Barrows, Mr. Stanford' brother-in-law, took hi place, the lirm remained Suntord it Harrows from that time to a few months ago, when, on accouut o! (liability to attend to tbe buiiine, from the condition of hi health, tbo tlnn wst tbetolved, Mr, liar rows continuing the buaineij. Mr. San ford vu ono cf our best cilizons and moiit energetic Luainen men. lie was honefti in all hi deslinga, and bsd the conflJcnce of the entire community, lie loves a wilo and one child, a marrid ' . oan i.icr , uesiuca rciauve ami a hot tf II ieiiU, IJ lilJUiUU! IU9. li)lllUIl per. I, ... ... ...... 1. 1.. I lill..l. I: sialic .v. The oldest person of Moutpelier is Mrs. Ptu be liazart), sged 101.. Twenty-one bankruptcies have been re. corded at Iturllngton siuce the first of April. Tbe veteran lescher, Prof. Jodsh Dana U lo retire from tbe Rutland high school at tbe end of I be present leim. Pev. Henry Sistk, (Congregations!) of Chester, has reif ued bit psstorate and wi I snd a year in Kurope. Rev. II. P. Aomin bat beta transferred from Troy to tbe Vermont Conference, and will be stationed at M. Jobntbory. Horace I.ii hmn cl bbortbsm ditd the otber day, st tie sje cl 'AS, leaving a farm of eieven bund.-cl scrti, snd soctUleof It U related that N. T. Swaiuc of Bran- jon ,M , Cf tUtkt s that wel 'h sit- j ty.fivs pound . bras band of Vt s) iog is said lo be ; 1 U 1 Ibe li.cr stii Haibxif bill, which LkeJ Ih llou.e. c M ouJaV. sri rotiii- ; nes .,.i,,i esca ftr liuriingtoa tarucr J and lor Milium Bay. A Wkt bas b totUirj scats cf ; c-fjltt e:e Si .revJ Ms county, prtbsad- irfrstBuf Tbe was did not laat Iobsw ttaa 4 bocr. Tb MrHri. Fairbanks of M.JuLb burr. srs flitter Isrrs orders for ctr ! ' tc't.vrd trora ' - . i tataiaaed Son lb America. Oo(, ,boow4 9J thirty ScattB ma ts st tbe isciory last wett A rnso riaiieJ Caslletoe hut wrl, wbe j ) wbowM la It at ttat time. Ha U ni! yeariolJ. ' Tb wUI of tba late H. E. IlraJford oft Bennington, gift l-V110 bi wiJow,1 ki mtofriarlD(r property to till two , t'VW o UauMri. at.J mike, .ereral fl.V.n Wqueaia to worthy relative and friend. Tbs leading room which the lidie of Hennington opened, a lew week inc, and which they bsva since conducted U eloed for lsrk f patronage. Tbe room were pleasantly located, well warmed and lighted, and have been supplied with daily psper and periodical, yet they wert frtqueuted by few or none . Jixct II. Batcheldrr, the forget, i aid to be Impatient nnder hi confine ment in tbe Middlebury jail, while Iea. E. P. Smith, the wlfo poiouer, U mort quiet, keeping up bis courage iy a ecret communication with Mr. Cbamplio, hi parsmour, who ba not been near ber husband siuce ber releaie. "We have repect eveu for brUllc," ay the liurlingtou Clipper; whereupon the MorrivilleCition reuurki: "if one doe not respect that which covers bim, what will be respect?"' Mr. Kuo h Picket mau, of Cbeliea, caught a perfectly whlto iquirrel, in a box trap, last week, of I ho (peoie known tho mlpcd squirrel or "chipmouk." In a report in tbo Palatka Herald of ar rivals at the Putnam House, Palatka, w notice the nsme ol the following Vcr montcrt: Hon. Frederick Hilling and wile, Woodcock, and Col. Franklin Fairbanks, and wild of St. Jobnsbitry . Four youn ano last Friday in some portions of New England there wa lbs severest snow storm of that year 11 inches of snow fell during the uight and day snd January could hardly furuUh a inoio wintry day or a better snow blockade. Nine of the deer which have been col lccicd iu Rutland during the winter, were turned out north ol Pico, near the road to Woodstock, Saturday afternoon. The deer were released Irom the boxes In a small clearing. Six of them made lively bounds for the wood aud were soon out of sight. The other three lin gered in tho open space and nibbled the young grass aud raspberry leaves. Albert Lister, F.sq. , of Newark, N. J., bss sent a quantity of bis celebrsled fer tilizers to the president of Middlebury college, to be distributed among the larmers of Vermout for experiment, tbo only coot to the farmers being tbe freight probably not more than one-fifth of their value. Wishing to assist tho col lego In its desire to beueflttbe farmers ol Vermont, at tbe request of President Liulbert, Albert Chapuisu of Middlebury has contented to aid iu the distribution of these fertilizers, sud will endeavor to place them where they will receive a fair trial. Tho chceso factory situated two mile cast ol Poultuey, snd owned by Edward Pruo of North Oranville, N. Y., was burned Sunday ulgbt absut twelve o'clock. The machinery, etc., contained in tbo building was comparatively new, (tbe factory buvlng been in operation on ly thirteen dsyt) sud with tbe exeeption of two vats, was entirely destroyed. The Ore is supposed to bsre been the work of incendisries. Tbe loss Is estimated at $800; insured in tbe Vermont Mutual as follows: $200 on contests aud $1)00 on bnlldiog. "Ou, Mr Lack I" How often we hear these words. Paiu in tbe Back arises from Kid uey Disease. HUNT'S REME DY cures all Diseases of tbe Kidneys, Bladder and Urinary Organs. Family Physicians use HUNT'S REMEDY. Ci.auke's Tooth Aciik Dnors cure in tluntl;. Rubber Paint. TO THE PEOPLE OF MANCHES TER AND ADJOINING TOWNS. As the season is arriving when many of you are thinking of besutifying and improving your houses and out build ings by treating them to a coat of paint we ask you to consider tbe qualities of the rubber paint lor the following reaa sons: Its ingredients are Linseed Oil, Best English Lead and French Zinc, with the addition of two pounds ol rubber gum, cut with a chemical to each gallon. The particular points claimed arc that while many of tbe chemical paints that arc sold have no oil or lead in them, but are simply a chemical pre paration, Ibis differs and tbo superior points may be summed op aa follows It is tho most economical paint costing one-quarter to one-third less than auy other while one third more may be ac complished wila a given quantity. Iu durability surpasses that of any other paint lor the reason tbat on whatever weather or condition ol climate used it is not affected while its great body of oil, lead and zinc with the addition of tho rubber makes body remarkably strong and st tbe same time so adhesive and elastic that it will not crack and j peel off. It retain color aud a beanli- j ful gloss better than any other kind of pamt. One gallon will coter twenty live square yards, two coats and will seake a better finish than three coats of ordinary paint. It has been used in Manchester and Dorset for the last four years and has given tbo best of satis faction. Ibe rubber paint is prepared in pure white, made from bleached oil especally for inside work, which makes it very white. For a floor paint it has no equal. It is prepared in different colors and put op io 1, and M gallon cans ready for ne. The price Las been reduced lo two dollars per ga'lon, which makes it by far the cheapest paint known. For circolsrs and infor mation in regard to this paint Call at C. P. DUNHAM'S. Fsdory Tt, April 17!, 11. ti- Just Received,! New Dry Goods, New Carpets, New Upholatering Goods New Hardware, NEW WOODENWARE, NEW STATIONERY, New Paints and Brushes, NEW CROCKERY. GLASSWARE, New Platod Ware, New Wall Papers, AND OIL SHADES. Fcr furtlur particulars plM inqalr of COXE BURTON. Manchester, Vt., April 2Mb, 1878. i l WAIT & HARD Complete Stock, DRUGS 1ND CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, Fancy and Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Soaps, Brushes, Sponges, Vases, Toys, Confectionery, Cigars Tobacco. REVOLVERS, Catridges, Powder, Bbol, Jto. Turkish Bathing Towels, Lang Protectors. Three Dozet Stereoscopic Views Over M1HEHESTER SCEHERT. Celluloid, Elastic and Nickel Plated TRU83C8. The tuost approved shoulder braces in use, for sale at the drug stores is MsxcBUTU ajd Facrckf Pom. Msaslssur. Tt, t JOta, 1ST N CIUNCEIIT StoM rf Vrnawel. Bsuat. C-My, . YaaJai Wsrasaau ' .. fmttxt trw, Ts, 17. M .sua S. Ota t ki'S. fc-..Tll Sts.! Pr..' Wtartw J Vs-liMr. ia tS OMatt T rutt(tM a.rrMu4. Su s.l na vr. rr . vn . m esw.? ta a.i j ttn s ( mt. his (KtiUKt tot IK prfT at I f.i-MliaibS s iftia SBlgf f St I fe.trW- W. kit , ut tt3 SwkMifr, an Ih II 4 i-t Sua., ISTS ut fomt sfiiUtMuw al tvrtaAa a4 . m l u.w ia )t.twftttr afMi.l, aa Sract as fu4 ; ltataf m tual aal an.tivit1.J Sa.f f ail the r,'w,ja' iTi ! frao. V4tl-r-U to It. HUilr aa4 Ik asd I'Iuim W. kit s I da.t "1 11. i. .U'. i Auttt.l SI. v r.'rrao ai b4 so U l i.l j tia4 a srnwa paittrniar il.-ri.0-Hi e( U luaOii karay niarl Tb a-niv. invm 1 Uo&c ais U lo wir. lb r' ltu avui "t ai4 (irvsuiar aaJ yar faiiUiwar ujia ilial ul ifaii ar fS-rtt'U ta aaitl d.t ftuta .. I Mibaila U lli aaid ll.ui..it A king s l..uos ti : ,-li.u, at lb Suaia-t.M .., ar it lai.J ovush! I t U ail l'rai. W.t!.. r ti, a O. smI wJ. ut U lukkast lia.liQ. t said Vt,'ISft kou?; thw Nrtn mv.ii'.t. ra iW-nraa wl ia aorlli titw ol it. Il .l.-n t tarn, S rutl ; inac Nartb, I iis;i ISi mMtn att al, 11 roils and 17 tiuke lo a ult, i:..u. Surtli, M dr(T' -V ttiLUl.s 10 l.i U. oaalpr ol Oi tunhatt. iSat- Iu Ih maur if aid hi(, Lj to il, plaea ut tgiomn ana II. chow fau,rj hu;!iiis tbnreoa atailiu t. (lbr aitli lb llntl iu lak Ui air Ih ll apiin sua rurnuUtiiig wl.-r lo Ih k !.- Uirj aud Iroas ou oiliar aixluf, abuul St ruOS BoiUi-aal tram lii Sral aiui 'Ut spluic, ia pip w mhrr cumtupta, witb ih ri(lil to cuur bshmi i'l lli.tM laud at aU bouts t cU so tut said jrtii;s and lay iror olb-r cuadui I (rum aaid fnuK W In iremiai lirl l t r ved aad tuake ail liecar7 fr (.air lo aaid Mk or oosidusis aiau Iu ri.ht to diaeiiarn alar and aS turtioah a diUb li lo a tlr at 1 11 ou aaid Walhaib' laud, about tail rutl ! ally from lb tear line of atid nan.rd prrm laca. lb uraalraa tbeir lieu or a'(aa hail uot m auy boihlm(S ou tba eoo!rd ru isa nortb i.f srbara tka nbaa fsctotv uu und aud ia oaaa Ibi-T do tba rmiu hereby coaTayed shall rTrt lo lb (j ran I or ." Ikwdi- tloocd lor tba paymrul ol tli um ir lainlr tt bundred d.Ular. a peritted iu tael prounsaoTT notit, bilu data August 11. 1, )-o iguad by Charia W. Kiuk, and psvahl lo eeul Kiaunia Welberbe. or order, leea lor liH) each aud Ut last for l.toO, aud ra' abl la I, s, It, I, 6, 1), 7, &, S, 10, 11, sud U year from data ub uilervat aDiiuallr, and a blob la part ara Do .his aud bare not baau paid aaoarduifi to lb Uur and enrol or aaid uotea. And your petiiiou r further tiotb lhal oa or about tba 17th day ol May 1ST7 ou Wbsllock U. Veasr, a lUgl.l.-r iu bankruptcy of ibe I'mUd rltal ilialricl Court iu and for tb disuit-t of Verniont, on- Td aaid aaortsaaad premiaea to oua Maaou a. Col bur a, of MaorkMter, a Ihiidm iu bank ruptcy of Uia eaUle ol K, II, IJidlieter aad IU . Kliii, iiarluer io trad uudtr tb name aud aria of UolliaUir A Kinr, baukrupta lu bankruptey. aud that atlerirards, to wit, on lb 1st day ill June, 1S77 tba Hid M. H. Ooiliurn. a. sticli aaia;ua aeting under lb auiborily f aaid Court sonveiad aaid niorlgaed preunaee to oua hd wsrd flobarla. of Ibe City, tkmnly aud Male of haw York, eabje t lo said mortsaga from said 0. W. King to your peliUnuer. And your peti tioner is informed and beiirrea that tba aaid Kdward Kobarta, by rirtue of aaid oonreyauo from aaid St. 8. Oolbora to fa in, claims lo ba iiiiiii nglit or UU id sod to said premiers aa agaloal your pillUmer. Aud praying thai the eiiuity of redemptioa af tha eaid Cbsrlr W. King, si- H- Colours and Ih aaid Edward Hob art in lb premiaw may lx forei lod agrvaabl to lbs proeieiaus of tba 7itb aeoUon of obspter W of Ibe Oeuaral Mtatuta. And it appearing tbat tb said Kdward Huberts realties out of tbi Hlale. to wit in lb City, County and Btata of New l'ork, ao thai s aubpaua oaiioot ba Barred us bim. It i therefor ordered lhal Hi said Kdward B mart be DoUfled to appear before tb Court of (Ibauoary nest to ba boldan at Man cheater, witlno aud fur tbe oouuly of Hanniug toD, ou tb first Tueeday of i uu, i. P. 1S7 to maka answer to lb foregoing pe itlon; and that tba sohatanca ef aaid petition together with tin order be published three weeks eunceeelrely iu tb ttaacbaalar Jouasat, a newspaper priuted at Manchester, Ibe last of wbich publication shall be st leaat '40 days previous to tb first Tuesday of June, 187 Ohi o ander my band St Uanrhaeler ia said County this lUtb day of April, a. D. 1S7S. tS-Sw II. K. FOWlXIi, Deputy Clrtk. JN CHANCERY. Euwiiii) a. Bacos, tis. Otuatit V. I'Ti.tr, and Masti U. Uti.st, Ccuniiigtoa Connty. IT 1 1 I' . Jj.L.IU VI, VKVI1, Ol RUHUVIt.H.I. IU tha County of DeDniniitou, and Htate ol Vr- II' I T- t t I Tl - ..,D..J..I 1 lm moot, has filed io tba otuoa of tha Clerk of tbs Court of Cbsuoery in the County of Ihmniogton, his petition for foreclosure against tha above named detendanta, suiting form tbat on the al day of Heptember, lb7t the aaid Ouorgs 1'. Ulh-y then of Manchestiir, iu eaid couuty, now t l'ontiao. iu lbs attaa of Michigao, a aented to aid llacon a mortgago deed of curtain laud iu said Manchester, iluaunbed aa follows ; Com menoiug si a point ou tha went aid of tbs high way leading easterly paat Maucbxster Depot, two roua weaterly from a point ou tbe north aid of aaid highway where a hut) drawn in alhneuiaul with tha went sid of tha dwelling houao lately built by one llolhstur, aud where be now litres, would croaa tha north aido of (aid bigbway. Thenes uorlb 23 eaat ten rod to a slake sud stoum- a corner. Theue weat 'ii nortb stivnu rode aud eight feet to a atake and atone-a oor ner. Tbence aontb 23 weat ten rod to tb Bortb line of said highway, Theuoe saat 23 degree onth on the north line of said highway sutku roda snd sight feet to tbs place of beginning Keing tb tamo land deeded to me by i. 11. !l"l hster by deed on Hie 14th day of January, 171, ana reootdml in Vol. IS, paga 103 of tha Stan cheater records, aud a harn thereon built by me, tha aaid Cl. 1, Uliey; conditioned for Hi pay ment of oa promltaory note of fWe hundred dollars hearing evt u date with eaid niortgaxe payable one ear from tate; with annual lu u real, baid petition further srering that siac liie eiecuiion of aaid mortgago tha (aid Utlny has conveyed said mortgaged premises ta on Martin M. t'tley, ol ('fi'4i, ubio. And it appearing that aaid defendants, Ueerg P. t'lli y and alaruii M. I'tley roaide out of the tate of Vermont ao tbat a uhpoeua cannot h hsried upon tbeui. It ia ihnrtfore ordered that (aid dufendauU be required to appear on the Diet day of tha ro il atated tearm of aad Court to he held at Man cbetler, witlnu aud for aaid County of llebuing ton on tbe Ural Tueatlay of June, 1S7M, aod maae newer to tbe aaid petition: aud that aaid peU tiour cause tbi order to be published iu lb Manche'. r Jhuuhai., a public newspaper prist td at said Mancbeater, tbrea wei ka Bacceaateely, tbe laet of wbiob eball be at loaet twenty day a prerioua to lbs ooiuniencuuieBt of aaid term of conrt. Hated st (aid Maucheater tb 2 id day of A pi II, 107 H. SS 8 H. K. KOWLLB, Deputy Clerk. J125.' A sfoWTH awd rTrrarstr t A gent. kWud ataju t"t urtua. USosraaaa vav.tlstesll,0. XTOTICE Tb noo-reeiJrnt proprietor of IN tbe town of Hnmlerland, la the County of ttenningtoD and slate or Vermont are bereuy notified that lbs Uiee aaaeaeed by id Towe. Conuty, Hut snd Hchooi Dietrict in abirk.mil lamia ar aitnatad, for lb years l(r7i. 1S7S aud 1S77 remain iu wobls or io part unpaid on tha following laud la aaid town, to wit : No, Dir. A Kte. Oaioin.L 1'sorsikTt.k. IS i 1UU Fraud h.rnard. U1 1UU George Willie. 1 KiU John Kaarlt. 27 4 loU Jioob Varuoiuuui. St liiO Klib Allord. S 4 1U Hicbard Stamer. li 4 l'O Jobo Holdeo. a 4 ItU Henry Cplborp. 4 4 ii r.beoxaxer Strong. Hi 4 KM klia L)Oiea, 43 4 10U William llratlle. 14 11 Wobdliritlge brows. M i Ut Jobs Heard. '47 6 S Hanagrao Darbiden. BS 6 M Derriak VautUrbidea. 1 S Ut ttit hard VeuorBBia, to t M Henry Lyaiao. S3 S 6tl Abijab I rioo. IT 64 Aboar Well. SI t fto I k bard VV;brt. t,4 0 (,0 Jacob WeudalL 15 S W Samuel Weutwortk. . 6 tl Joaepb liaaaett, t b Ut Joeeph Lyauvo, Jr. SH 6 ow J'rtiatbaa btroag. Sd. 41 4 Joarpb l.yuian, id. Ji 4 SO SOnar Well, lu ft CO Kbasvaaer hirkoa. IS ft Ul iiuiotsy Woodlifidg. ii 4 IU lloBatjraa DrbidB. 44 4 lou Tiinotby Lymaa. Cl 4 lot! . NatbanKi statber. ti 4 lot) John truackaaroa. IS 4 lull Jaajiaa awanea. 3 4 lot) Ixmtl VaoderLitlau. 4 )o0 JacB Vaada.btdra, Jr. 'A 4 l'O ham 01 rieutaurl. 14 a iel Vtoudbruig llrowu. 15 S So lMmck VantlarbideB. 5 t iH 'liaacuy Clapp all tb abore hut owned by h. 1 Hard and A. I'.. barUeit, Amoaat of ta I4S3.SU. Alao of an era of Let No. S in tb Sd Diriioa, oiiginsi ptopnatw, Jobs Quinro, laat awued by A. ViaJ ABioant of laa ti Si. Ala to e a of Lot Wo. Hi la tl (Kit DiTiewti, ong:bal proprie tor (saorg Wi.li, laalewuad by Aaoa AuiU. asoauit of tea II 4. Alao M term eacb ef fca. 48, 43 aad 'Jt la tb Sib inruiuo, original propn I ptors be teg raapaouialy Aouer Weiu, lui Ly ntaa au4 WJiivia Brattla, laat owaad by Kdaaid C. huu lb, boohs! of Ui SI. Si . And ao mitca of aaid laltvl will b oid at pubhc aucues al Ibe iu.'lruad lyiA ta fcoji-Vr- juo , oa lb lib dy A May, U"f), at 10 o'clock in tba lorabuoa a ebaii L r"tuii to dlx barga aaid lau wnh ooate uuie prefloaaiy t-1 Ivalad at Subderiaod tbte lb day of April 179, 411 tm ClbA. t'AlwrVliS, fuel Cwosiabl. Marri;ist'. Al !arl.... Sr-nl 1 i R (l.t.a liar la a. t.,e II lwi..-lr a-l i barahaaa, fclh ol "aeilei. Doaths. In K-aifc Rat.0if. f.k. H -ittKiu IM. tie of t tit I "a-ia, M . a- aita. U.mib"a4.a Apul t! Silaa M. f'.t. -I tl rest ant o-. . t tra Ur lite Sa be. eMloi f e.'ir.i.n ,-a.-.u t.a. yar aaui t,e aula batn roivpaoaj klia t g tea .1 ap. and tt.. l.ato, Of iaarai,.f f Uutiand ti;, Many a.ll tasxti.ber s (.uual la,1. 11 s gt-al . fl.'oi Ir -ra eaiairbal euoaaaiptioa. WANTB. 1 25 REWARD. Iat tin tha W;u hall Tttrajjok h.-'.,- V W. TaH ayd I'roBti , oi. day lal ark, a I-.'tl.l txHik rviitaii, --t i" U-a an I email aut' onl aiiinrr T o at- T ra.cd a.'.i t ,ai i t tbft reiom ,4 Ik.- poM! book and all I t pepr ! VTt. C. AMT.tHlN. Ikaadtiils, Vt., Ai i.i ttha. In t. as VOTlClv Having sold my bus lo K. M trait, sll 1 rnn tiuetv.l ar rrqiKatcd lo call and 1 ai tti.oil fi nslnrss tt BI T ait W'lUtitil flttlbe? uottf. JOHX 0 M.Ai KMI.lt ktaiu heaur thuut, t., Sag. let, l-.I. THROUGH TICKETS " Via. I eke Slior A lie Uigau Soulbf in ami (lrat Western A kit. tt-au ft-riUei l.tlrols ta ill pv.ut iu lb tet at Ih l )-t tales sad baggage the. kvl thr.nit.ti. Iy A. 11. I tlNSuU, httalius Anl. VI anrlic-at.r let, Verannit, 4iVy New Milinory Goods. I ha Jtist received n wand lilcc aaaoitnteut ol llata iu a. I the hi hbapra, alt.., hsau'ilsi FLOWERS, III B RONS, Ac , alii. h will be Bold ao ehttap that Bo lady or t hiUI Bead go without s sew hat. I.. D HTiX hwr.i.i., Vlanoheatcr, Vt , April nth, r,n, 47 if JJOW 13 THE TIME to gut tbt Old Clothes Colored Aud Cleaned np for Summer Wear. It will tuaka them look a well aa new and eae bayiog. W ahall aesd a hoi nearly every week daring tba epriug. All colore warranted laat and guarrauU I lo giy aatialaonoo. Dr.aaei akoulil he ripped before dying, hut ties la pauts and other gootla cau he dyed without. t. K. KI MUSIW. Jo'imal C-lth-e. Mailt heat. r, Vt., Apill liMb, 1N7 I7if NOT'IOK. I sm prepared to tartiieb meal and ft ed aa cheap aa it cao he bad wilbia Uu miles, aud delivered if in oueutiltc of lire hun dred or oyer, wllbla two uiile. 1 will inliaiig uiial aud lead for liimtier. Aleo Biauulaclurer of the Double Dash Churn. to he bad on trial for two months, sml If not atiefactury can be returned. Warranted lo give IU par oenl. mora butter from Ibe earn amount of cream than any oilier cburu. It. COI.V1N. Manchester, Depot, Vt., April fllh, 1S7H. 47 if REIDS SEEDS. 8ud II lor Oi l ilt. 7uw .swdj, 1 for Was, 7 for S&c., ur3.) pi.. lf;'s for II. i'4 for Wo. Thb Ki.oini. 'J'hibiits, Its) paga k'ioral work will. Colored 1'laln, KKt., with thr of Ibe above package aeetla two jitara rsan. Siampa good oaab. W. 11. lit.ID, Uobtafr, N. Y. ANNOUNCEMENT. I would aay to uiy pvtrona aud Munis of Man-ehealt-r and vii'lntty that 1 have changed my plana in regard to going away, and hall remain in the room a occupied hy m for Ih last lour yeara. I hava Jiiht llei'i'lt I'd a i n 11 aaioiluiriit of new Spring Style of Hats, rboweitrt, featiieiw, fciLm and iuiionh, wbicb I can eu'd at very low (U:un s. I wuuld 1 preaa thauke for the liberal patmnaira 1 havtt r ccivetl and aollclt a etjitinuance of ih me, I have ileo for aale tha French Finish for Linen and Muslin, ncd by all laTiortrlea give that nn e fltnah that u aoo ou new colore, cufls. Ac. L. VlIUXiX Factory Point, Apiii Sd, JH78. 4'ilf ACCIDENTS Will happen In the bttst reuulatedt ft mlllea. Buy a policy aiiainst all nda of accidents for a Day, Weak ' Year at the lowest rates of Fow- or t er At Son, Manchester, Csorgs f . ovnton. Factory Point, or of A. P. hllda, Bennlnatton 4t I Still Hold Forth at Ibu old almp in EDSON S BLOCK. FACTORY POINT, VERMONT, wbtrc t will coitllnoe to manufacture the VERY BEST Custom Made Boots & Shoes to be obtaisnd is aercoteeu towns. All kind from cearea heavy wvar to the finest FRENCH CALF and KID. W AMI ANTED TO FIT. Repairing Done Promptly. r.pruiF. M'OKNF. Factory Point, Vt,, April lid, 17. 4Utf POR SALE. At a Bargain 18 Acres Land, House and Barn, f-hop for tbe Manufacture of Wooden Ware. Ralf mile froaa I'oet OfSra al Fnbiry I'oinl aud MaocbeeUr. Hon aud laml aeoaraU from lit Bob if Seaired. IiKXTl.lt I'1KIU:E. Manchesu-r, Jaa. Shlh, 17. 37-1 ff HYEH OATMAN'8 Ewm. A UTiTt or Vrsnoirr. Manr beBier Dietrict. . in Probata Coart, bald at Manubeatar, within nd f'r sal dliieliLt oa tba .1U1, day of April a. i. IS7. Tbs Avteaotor, on tha oeUte of D;r 01 auau, late of Arlington, io aaid district draed, prop-aisg to rxoiler aa account of bia adminiatiatioB on Bald aauie. It la ordi-rod by ea.d (vurt tbat said aom,t be eiaailod for allowaur al a eaeeioo thereof lo ba btd at tba i robate !; la Maif heler lu aid Iiialrn-l oa tb IKHb day of May, a. V. ISiS, snd Lb at Botlia ba given to all pereoue Ui tnreaUd by Ibe publication of tbia order iu tba MaucbMier Jot a.it., s aeaepaprr prluUd at eaid Maucbreler, tbrea wet ka tuccraaivtly, preyl'ma to aaid time of bisril.g. A Uaa reeord, Atleet, I. K. HIMOMjH, IUgitr. A trst eonyof re,rd. Ut 3w Atual, U. X. M1MONM4, ItegleUr. IN PANKRUITCY. la the rn.tri. ICoort of tb VniUd fclatte for Ui Iiitt!t ut Wrmobt. Iu ll. Aaa K. Kuine, baukrupta. Is faok-roplcy- liiri'-t of Vermt,ot, a. N tK.a 1 hereby titu tbat a p. ttUon ba been flivd in ...1 t'uit, by A A". Kibu. of hupart, ia eaid liri-l duly dae.ari-4 b..k rr.pt slider tba Art of Coagrree of Mar-b '4 1, jHt',7, for a tliacharr and oerti&tala tberaof, from all kla lo.LrVi-il dtl.u ai.l otb.r Halo, provaoi. ualtr a A.'. aid tbat lb S'.b oay of May, at o'eba-s a. .. Uft tb Hon. II" 4 H- Wl.l...r, Jot of aattt i win, at 1'. I'. M Court p.ooau i iiuiland, !.. gi.d forth Ltanug ut u.a raws, wna cd wbcre eii e.aitore wbo he prtc4 tbeir du, auJotn.r prison 10 ti,utal, V 'f aiuod aod sbow tauae, if any tliey tave, any tba pravar ut sail oe'.r.u aut.ui.1 b-4 b gtBLUd. iiai4 al bariiiaftou, t. tb !Ub day tf April, 1175. 4"-W C, j!. ;iULM:f, r.ierk.