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O. W. t'f(anB, Try.
Mr. and Mr. II M tltun,
Mm EJmIi Walwa, "
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OjriM B. Wtltun, "
Mitt MtUtl W1U..11 ti.il liin.t,
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KJmo Trt7, Tr.jr.
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Lotiti, Canuwl, K. Y.
( l,n. Utjttnd vifr, ilalil ami nnrta, I'lllt.
Ur to l Mr. Wai, II, VU tbttu, Now York.
Mi Jullt Wti kbtm. "
Mitt H'KUani, "
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Mrt luuuil IVrk.ut, '
MtM K.O. BiJarr,
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Mrt. Win. Linix, "
M.tt K. A. IjuI, "
kitta M. A. InU,
Mim TilU I.I11U.
(iur4oa MkKtr, Ctiubril;i.
Mitt Kourta, Wvuutockitt.
Tht Mittrt Trrtl, Chli nu.
Mr. au4 Mrt, (i. W. lUuiuittt, I'mtun.
Mr. auJ Mrt. K. W, tkatt, tu.l ervtui, New
MttUr r.l.ln Scull,
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Wtllrr O. M. Muno,
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W. II, tfbtSii.in, lnuvt!(!lii.
K. J. Orunt tT, DrtuJun,
Juho Iniitiu, AUtatt.iit.
A. W. L(iiU, w lork.
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t'liut k'lnntlty, I.to.1iTut.
lr,ltn,l Miiatua, ll.tu ii,Ur.
t'bt. (Wumfim, llrsmklju.
Mf. A. Ojiiimi-im, "
Mr. M C. Okm,
M t tikvit, "
0. W. Vti; Mtitui.
-Msyor Wirkbam aod family if .New j " ' firc toiht follo,ted with.disas
York are aioM.in at ik. E.,in ll ,roQ wottqueurrs. The engiue will be
A fine shower Mondsy eveuing laid
tbe dul, tut more rain is needed for the
Fartneit are having Coe weather for
seeming tbe bay crop, which, in Ibis
vkiaily, It veiy good.
-U. r. Hoyt of New York and Frank
Clark of U.Iob hsve been vitiiing friends
U l.TB; t- . !
-IM. larber ad Lit astittanls for-(
Biib lie parlor motic fk-r lU Iuinox
Hoom) as ututl. .
J. tl. Walton and family of New (
York si gQttla at tbe Fuiaot lloon for ;
Ibe summer. j
-ILtv. Ii. CabB FisL-r rrea( bed !
two ry Co. sermon tt lb Coofma-i
tiortal ebercb U( on lay.
Tbe ftoaiiy a Dr. A. W. Brown of
New York, Is 'stopping at tb Kim Hoe !
tat tbe to in tut r, a otoal. j
I) a ar tpcaJieg lb sun. mtr at tt TtJ
ct-Die Hotel. j
A smart sfacwer Wednesday after-!
tiooa esubt a arest deal of bay eat, tot !
gate tb j-roacd t j itiir good toskic..
1U)1 t-j;:uia ha a novel "Uarn
ia lb ttsp of a Bii'y iivit, tboroogbly
brakes 10 baruest.
ft Tb tweiitg for re--igt&zitg He
fir district wid U 154 al tbe eosr
' io-a, th'.a. Tloraity, tttslnj at I-j'
o't-kk, A f'J a. w a Jar,- U desired,
j Tt, ,rt Ja bli Urms tf
U tart Ulsn ia li Wlibasat (oVf i
.iM tj tej &BitBtcatiit tjr Artlor
G. tti-t.J of Hit tow a.
-taRUt W. bo I'M trJ-
. I.m UtsH4 m ! tat at Barr aad -Frairr bor wruriu the Ly
: liartca htaMiur tU ewniB tear. Wr.'rfon .thh It utiario ar! a ad
1 ft a(o ttfK.ft IL re cstiUl fur
lie Urtt or! tea ut (t.iuart,c inc:.t.
Mf. C. A. lUrroi L a oni jne g r
t'm oram ul la tie !.; of aa old fb
I'jmJ dieucr 'tt or timp ke'.tia af j ro
; i;,.c:jf jii.:t I aud Lorg ca crotdud
i in tree rtniibg cut : if . loniead
of (;!nlag TniUa, toweter, It cootaitit
-T!e ecurioB to llw.ic Tunce!
tied tiiurvity i:l be aa occm!ub of
mare iUo oiJii srt laieiett tod a large
onibr Sii avail tie m!e of id c'jtap
fre, (fi i,', f.r Ibe rouod tr! ). I-aocb
iut be retried at i!kt niil l little
rLa&re lo Injr a dicaer on the gronnJt
mlu' h are at tie rait euJ of iLe lanoel.
lit ,"-uii,)i'i:iiJ taiid will accuiii;aa I be
etrar,iun. Tl.e iraio irtve lla-
ctitttrr at 7:li. All Titkeil for alo at
Wait & Hard, at ii. M. )lt', I)oreti
tA. i. Ciaik Jt .Ve, Factor? I'oint,
aud at the railroad nation in Mancbettcr
tud bumk-rliii'l. It i dvtirabie tbat
lickct be ruturfd at once, to tbal the
oiaiiiKtri unf know bow tuany cart to
provide. Tbe train will alop oue tour
at Nuisb A.laim on tho it-turn.
j -TU-r are teeeral c.et of wbooping
j conjib among Ibe cblldrca of tbit village.
Tbe IUptltl Society ba?e rrilaced
1'ieir old rm-loilron with a fine new Ktley
Neatly f 100 bat been tubtciibed to
ward) putting our engine in tborougb re
pair. Jlitt Su,ie Arcbibald, wbo liai Lceii
atteuJing acliool at Snloui Hirer, Is at
bome ou a vacation.
Mr. Milo Wall baa repaired bis boma
i on lli west road. It preaenta a very
vest and tasteful appcurance.
j Tbe Cbamplou mowing inacbina
iwbiiti Meanrt. oruberger and Tbayer
j arc amenta tor, U undoubtedly one of the
j brtt out.
Tbe I'aciflu Fire Co. witb ut to re-
1 turn tbeir tbankt loibe I'lidinc Co. for
tbe ne of tlio Utter' bote at tbe Jtmland
' Ti e next regular aervice of tbe Ilev.
i Mr. IUndall at Ibe KpUcopal cburch, will
! be beld on Sutulny afternoon at 3 o'clock.
I Tbe Ilev. David Foter Estct of IJaa-
nor, Me., wbo wit formerly paiitor of tbe
Capli.t tburcb lu bit vi!!ii)e, it la town
for a few day a.
Frank Arcbibald, wbo wat hurt at
the bursting of tbe engine on tbo Fourtb,
bat to far recovered tbat be U ablo'to be
at work again.
Mr. Morton Mauley of tbit town,
wbo graduated ibis year at Middlebnry
college, ranked quite blgb l:i bit ciafct,
titaiiUing fourth in a c!bm of iiiuetecu.
J. II. lioncktccl bin been appointed
K f ti I uiiilcr the law tor (be tale of
liquor in (hi town. Head hit notice
; among tbe advcrtieementn.
Dou't forget tbo lawn parly tbit
Tbnrfdty evening at the grouudt of Mr.
II. Howard. Trovidcd tbo weather It
uniuilablo tho entertainment will bo
given at Adama' hall. Per order com
mittee. Manchentcr'a grand excursion to tho
Ilooiao Tuuuel comet off ou Saturday.
The fare for tbo round trip it but $1.35
and tbo people of Factory I'oint will do
well to take tbit opportunity of viiiling
tbo longett tunnel on (bit continent
A yonth livltig near tbit village stole
a pair of thoct out ol Danbam't store
the other day and wat making for homo
with them when be wat overtakon and
made to return tho stolen articles. Tbe
amateur thief came to near being scared
to death that ho taw tbo outlines of the
I!y rrquett of Ibe committee of ar
rangements, K. Eitsbrook will accompa
ny Manchester's grand excursion to tbe
lloosac Tunnel, Saturday, July 13th, and
furuitb Ice cream by tbo plate or larger
ijiiantities (0 those wbo may wish it.
Tbe rcific' were unfortunate at
Hullnml, July 4th. Just as the engine
was fairly at work before tbo boys bad
begun lo "put her down," the lop of tbe
air chamber blew iff sending tbe hopes
of tbe l'acifics' skyward. At tbo time of
the break the engine was throwing over
1 VJ feel with a beautiful stream and in
I creating about ten feet at every stroke.
ibe throw by the Salem company tbat
won the first prize jras lets than 203 feet,
and the boys have good reason to believe
Ibcy would bave brought home tbo rake
but fi r tbo unfortunate accident. Per
bsps it was fortunate tbal tbe engiue
gave out at a mutter for suob an accident
promptly repaired and ready for another
The following note explains itself:
Gaits wi, h, S. Y., July 8tk, T8.
Mr. FJitor: I'lcase allow as through
jour paper to send the following vole (0
your engine compsny, as It was given at
our IllCellliir on tbe .Vh in. I Mminn
tM: -Tbat we hereby return a vote af
I,,l,k 10 rciflc Eoioe Co-. of factory
I'00. Vt., fur tbe valuable aid tendered
u. at llutland on the 4;b Inst." We were
yttJ otrr (bu Joor TOinpMy met Wtb
Ibe accident tbal they did, but, despite
tbe rrotklug aud growling of a few o
yoar lowatuirn, we are aatitfied bad not
lU :r tbambcr "busied"' tbey would
UB Ukeu tbe first pri. It seemed lo !
j be the general tordictof nearly all present
at the trial. We Ik-m to meet your coin-
1 '"' tl 60 di,U"t d!e "uJ wU1
rtd' uJ ' aid Ihtm in any
Your very rtsjectfully,
Hot ..11 at Hum Kjo.ise C , No.
V. lllMf K MMtT.
Vacation in District No. U of two
Mr. Hatch aud sitter of Hebron, bsv
btea vit.ticg Ur. Jobs Hkts' ramify.
Morton B. Mauley bn completed bis
coor of stody at Middlebnry college.
Mr. sad Mr. Joba C. Black on r
ftriBt. t Jukxte Ut If w dp
! -"Lto l:iiM- !: n ,ol4 ,oa
I Ut il tUl tfcsii- wett up lo
Hid It oatJ bal cr-or ottHUt.."
( -ar-ir ou lo li Tcrti;e.
Mr. Jdcstbsa Tsybr's Faniily are j
spending tbe sottiiBfr in Iowa, boarding
wi:h Mr. Joba lUliit.
lucre te of population in I)",triclNj.
12. l! j .tt uisn in town Win. H.
Smith; caue U-y btby. hee binb.
We, as a viliae, aie not given torgo
littn but w do claim tbat we got op
very good Ore-works ia Ibe shortetl lime
00 record, 00 Ibe evening of Ibe "Fourtb. "
The 11:30 tight exptets train ran
over and killed a nice large two-) ear-old
bsilrr Uloiigiog to IVxter French and
ton, ia llruuujvil, on tbe tiigbt of the
2d of July.
E. I, Maditon is all ready for Ibe
lC'.h of August, having finUbcd bis bsy-
Julr Cib. Uicbmond Trip wbo car.
rirs on K. A. Jameson's farm, alto llu
itbed on tbal day.
There was a splendid shower iu Ibis
jiciuity ou Ibo tsh of July, while two
miies away on either side acsicely a drop
fell. We suppose it tnust be on account of
tbe good morals of this community.
Tbe excursion train to North AJsms
00 Saturday next, will leave Ibis station
at ?:S0 a. m -, returning at about 8:30 r.
si. It will probably be bed for people to
carry their own lunch as there is not
much chance to get dinner at tbe tunnel.
- E. M. Pratt' lamous bird dog
"Uarry" was poisoned, a few dajt ago,
by tome vile miscreant. Tbo animaj
could not have beeu bought tor a
hundred dollars. Such kind of business
seems to be a fuvorite pastime witb some
persons in Cambridge, N. Y.
High farming will produce big crops.
II. W.Lawrence has a plat of ground
containing sixteen rods or one tenth of an
acre, from which be took a ten quart pan
ull of "bugs" at one picking, and be
thinks got only about a third ot them at
Trumau Eaton and Ed Ikockway
caught 616 trout Iu about a day and a
half of Hiking last week, briuking home
i'j lbs. of (1 1 fused Irout, besides what
Ibey ate during their slay on tbe mountain.
1 hero must be some "particular place"
for such fishing or else it is the effect of a
good fish law.
Motet Cheney, Esq., of Barnard, Vt.,
is vititing at S. P. Cheney'.
Lyceum for this week adjourned on
account of the excursion (o "lloosac
Our part of tbe town Is suffering by
reason of the long protracted drouth, the
showers going around us.
A seamstrses in tbit vicinity cele
brated the 4 ib by making two coats, (for
boys), a vest, also a cambric dress and
apron for herself, and had on the last
two just before evening making calls in
Quito a company metiaW. Sykct'
grove July 4th. Tho duet that we were
obliged to encounter in getting there de
tracted somewhat from the comfort of tbe
occasion, but when once there the grove
was cool and pleasant. Ilev. P. S. Pratt
made tbe opening prayer and was followed
by an address by Mr. Brownoll of Pown
al, subject, Temperance. After lingering
a few momenta for other speakers, wbo
we had hoped to seo present, tbe people
adjourned (0 tbe table. Tbe dinner was
excellent, tbe arrangements, I under
stand, were under tbe auspicct of tbe
Good Templars," assisted by others.
After au hour or so of pleasant, social
converse, tho company dispersed, Tbe
street parado during the forenoon by a
company of "Horribles," and tbo closing
up by fire-works in tbo evening, was all
gratifying to the children, doubtless.
The Glorious Fourth was observed
in Uu pert In a very quiet aud becoming
manner. The farmer kept his Geld, tbe
mechanic kept his shop, and tbe mer
chant kept his slore during the day. in
the cool of tbe evening after tho domestic
duties of the day bad been discharged
and cares laid aside, nearly all our peo
ple on tbe west side of thn mountain,
Joined by a goodly number from adjoin
ing towns, assembled on tbe grouuds of
the Congregational society and partook
of an entertainment of ica cream and
lemonade served under the direction of
Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson. After
the conclusion of this entertainment a
very fine display of fireworks was ex
hibited, obtained and supervised by one
of our patriotic townsmen. The display
of fireworks commenced with the ascen
sion of a miniature balloon, anl another
was sent up at the clo.e. After a friend
ly greeting of friends and neighbors all
quietly retired to tbeir several homes.
Now if patriotism is to be measured by
tbo amount of powder burned, orations
spoken, declarations read, and bad whis
key guzzled down on Ibe fourth day of
Jaly, llupertmay as well bo counted out.
There was quite a gathering of
friends and relatives, last Friday, al tbe
bouse of A. J. iNinouds, to celebrate (be
S7ih annivertsry of Ibe birthday of Mrs.
Aout B. timonds. Her room wss gaily
decorated and a substsntisl snpper pro
vided for Ibe guests. We noticed among
ib table ware antique silver apoons and
oiber articles mad out of Ibe knee
buckles worn by tbe ancestors ol the
mUT- Though anable to walk about
without help Mrs. Simonds retain her
faeultict in a remarkable degree.
At a recent "braiding bee" at Mrs.
Emily Parsons', 70 palm leal bats were
Mrs. Warren Wbeeier bad a limb
broken reeeatly. It wa set by Dr.
Ayer and tb is doing well.
Mrs. Yetpatita Bsuson, bo bss
beea quire ill for sou time, i said to be
Tb Grangers beld Ibtir jesrly fetil
val on the evening of July Sad. Tl
Jamaica band wat io attendant and all
bad a good time.
f lit M. E. Cliarcb w be'J, Mr.
. Mr. Ikwnta, tt prwIJin eider, latter cf "ulir-g Itiirr
;!;rBOo. Tbnre c8J;5!r were J
Uiitted Ib!o tt. church.
Oar popolw laoJioru, rrca M
; tl rtrnie .trclo, Joly l:b,
' Ll!"a te er fecatertd, bot lingered
nrui! !ardT waitif. Hit fa-
tieral was aMrndcJ Monday by large
concourse of people.
Tbe "Fourth wa appropriately
celebrated at i:wenvi, although tbe
tbowery weather cut tbort the
gramme somewhat. The Jsmaica baud
was la atteudsoce. Oue pleating feature
wss tbe reireeut!ioa of the tratet bv!
young ladies drcst-eJ in white. A pro-
reunion of "horribles'' made considerable
sport for the crowd. While the proces
sion was ueariug tbe river a young man
named Cobb, with a young lady iu a cov
ered carriage, attempted to cross tbe
bridge when bis k rt became frightened
tnd ran them ff inlo tbe water. The
young man was a good swimmer and
managed to rescue bis companion with
Mrs. Frank btevens, while attending
the reunion al Chester, July 3J, received
a severe suu-strokc, but hopes are now
entertained of ber leoovery.
Haying has commenced Iu good
earnest. Ou some meadows aud low
lands tbe crop wss much injured by tbe
frost, but on upland it will be fully up
to the average.
Independence dsy passed off witb tho
usual salutes tiiorniug aud evening, iu
tcrsperscd with thunder showers during
the day. There wss a picnic at Dcrry
pond, but the people bad hardly got to
gether and commenced to enjoy them
selves, wbcu up catno one of (bote tremen
dous tbuuder showers and lor more than
an hour it rained aud poured iu such a
way tbat umbrellas were of uo accouut,
the lain pouring through them aud thor
oughly soaking every oue. After it stop
ped raining most of tho people decided
tbat borne was tbe best place in which to
eat dinner, and so tbey started for home
and dry clothes. Hopes are entertained
tbat tbe school will mako snotaer trial
and will succeed in having a better day
Black moths nleutv look out for
your picture cords aud carpets.
Tho surveying party narrow gauge
bave reached Jamaica.
Mr. Brad Buxton, of New York, Is
vUiting bis old bome.
-Master Wiliic Hall, of, Boston, is ou
his annual visit to this place.
-O. P. Clay, stage proprietor, has put
on a new Concord coacb, running from
this place to Chester.
A picnic at "Dcrry" pond was tbe
cxtcut of celebrating tbo Fourth lu this
Stephen Houghton exhibits the boss
ben's egg Plymouth Hock-measuring 6
by 8 1-4 inches in circumference
Joseph Duclos, while peeling bark
for Geo. Curtis, stepped on a peeled log
and slipped severeb Injuring bis spine.
J. L. Martin and other directors of
tbo proposed railroad go to Boston to
day (Monday) looking aftor Ibo interests
of tbo road.
A party of eleven went from this vil
'ago to "Derry" pond a few days since
and enjoyed a good time, and caught 287
of tho finny tribe.
Fred A. Walker has returned from
big visit to the sea coast, bringing witb
bim a fair young brido-found ber la
Providence, It. I.
A party of six ladies and gentlemen,
(raveling from Boston to lako George by
private conveyance, stayed over night
Sunday, at tbo West Itivor House. They
paid tbo bouse a high compliment, stating
tbo faro the best they bad received on tho
T. W. Millctt bat been compelled by
ill health to give op, for a time, his post
as watchman ia Bradley's mill. He
hopes to be on band again io a few days.
There was a largo gathering at tbo
picnic July 4tb. Very many were pretty
thoroughly wet by tbo shower which
camo np so suddenly in the morning, and
the dainties for tbe tables were somewhat
demoralized, but it soon cleared away
and a good time was enjoyed. The plat
form for dancing was well filled and this
part of tbe entertainment was thoroughly
Mr. F. II . Cooledgo has laid tho
foundation for a fine house on Water
Street, opposite tl.e resideuco of H.E.
Canfield, Esq , and will soon put tbe car
penters at work ou i(.
Tbo Fourth of July passed very
quietly, nothing going ou iu Ibis town.
A few went to the Sunderland picnic, but
tbe rain interfered much with tbe pro
Bradbury't sacred csutata of 'Either' j
will bo presented at the Congregational!
church, East Arlington, Thursday and
Friday evenings, July 11th aud 12ib, (in
stead of town hall as mentioned last
week), by tbe singers ol tho town io
full costnme, under the direction of Prof.
E. A. Tower of Xorth Adams, Mass.
Tickctt 25 ceou, fjr tale tt tbe door.
The paat week has recalled the fact
that one would be glad to take off bis
flc.b and sit in bis bones,
There wis a "slow and easy" rain,
aionilav nitLt. which waa mno t.,ti.
welcomed. & dorinrr tbe dav
There was no Donder and Blilzen
in Wrwidr,.r,l ft;a VittrtK l.ni
Ibtir fingers buraed witb fire-crackcrt
i (he fifth.
-Henry Cutler "done it on the sly" j
the mor oing of the Four.b, and be aud
1 b,s bnde enjoyed tbe first " trip of tbe
iboneyrn- to Jackvillelbatdsy.
oo or uooe in iroot CI tb ceme- ;
. tery and tb bigbw.y there is pr.isewor-
Itby and speak well for tbosa who bad i
; tbe malUrio charge. . i
1 t i
! -David Crotier's dwelling and farm !
OBiuini.- 10 bearabnrg were burned last ;
wetk Wednesday night; supposed la be
ibe work of an Incendiary. Ininred for
f -, Ttdoed at coBsidertbie more.
;ja:rl on the eonfr cf IS Boatct
.th wisa liOaiiin'i x fjr (le for -
lia L. t-ri."
1111 l SHI .
Lied in fandgat. oo tbe t-ih In.t.. of con-w aJ f " J "" f from t
tamruon, Lmma, eo!y daughter of,thJ, io Ull ;ritr tree. Udder
Uatittoid II. aud Sarah A. liandall, were produce J and tl.e tree was climlxnl !
Scd years aud Li dirs.
-Hers was a long aud painful iiliic,
ana uur.cg te urat 01 tbe past week, a
was ber oft repealed wstu tbat Uealb
, . . , . , , .
mik't.t I. ret- tbe moral cod and re -
;tea.e her from ber aoffcrim:. tbertfoi.
tbs time for departure cama sbe
' waa reaJy and rengmd. Her ilcifi.c
not unexpected, since, never etniow
ed with s strong constitution capable of
enduring the extremes ol our Northern
climate, ber health wat a source of con
stant auxiety to ad who knew ber, yet
she bad suocetkfuiiy patstd the first stage,
as ll were, of ber life, was Iat ripping
into womaubtod and her friends enter
tained great hopes of ber ultimate recov
ery, but with ibe New Year there was a
change, a gradual decline began which,
though intervened with apareut sym
tows of recovery, culminated in ber death
on Sunday morning. At an early period
of ber siik nets she accepted tbe Saviour
aud became a Christian, impelled, not by
fear of approaching death, bnt, by ibe
couscioutucts that sbo had not served ber
Master as wss titling and sbo dctircd to
live a better life until be should call ber
to give it up, A short time alter this de
cision sbo received tbe ordinance of bap
tism from her pastor. Kcv. Mr. Towns
abend. The dcceakcd leaves a homo va
tint and giicf-strkkcu of which sbo was
tbo light and joy; many sorrowing rela
tives and a largo circle ol friends and ac
quaintances, w hoo only consolation is
ibo Ibouuhl implied in tho text, John
ii :.'.'. Liko Lazaru', sbo is not dead but
sleepctb, and, "Iu ibe fullness and glad
nct ot tbat blest summer morn," tbey
will be united witb her lu a laud whero
death comes no more. Tho Itinera! ser
vices wero hold at tho pleasant bome
ol tbo departod, conducted by the
pastor, Ilev. Mr. Towiishcnd, assisted
by Kev Mr. Wood of Kupert. Ibe en
tiro community laid aside, the ptimiils of
every day lite and attended, ibe re
mains were borne to their final resting
place by thoso who bad been ber school
mates and companions In life, to whom
tbeso words had becu addressed only a
short timo before ber death: "Prepare
that you may meet mo in Heaven."
Thus may il be.
Orleans county farmers complain tbat
grass Is coming in short weight.
Several stores have been broken iuto iu
Barton and small sums of money stolen.
Heart a 10 very troublesome in tbo cast
part of Bethel, and have destroyed many
Johns Pellet of Norwich, a' dealer iu
plcturo frames, was drowned on Saturday
afternoon, while bathing.
Luko Piper, tho Salisbury poacher who
shot J. J. Ivelsey at East Middlebnry tbo
other day, bus beeu held In $j,000.
A carrier pigeon recently flew from
Potter Place, N. II., to Hoyallon, this
state, in 85 minutes, tbe distauce of 75
Tho Union church bell and furniture at
Essex Junction were recently attached to
satisfy a Burlington man's long standing
claim of $130.
Tho Bennington Baptists order a $3,000
Hook & Hatting orgau for their new
church, and it promises to bo 0110 of tho
best in tbestuto.
Throo Bellows Falls Isger beer sellers
have been fined $30 apiece for selling;
two paid and gave $.VX) bonds not to tell
again, and tho third has been committed.
A largo boarding-houso of tbo Fitton
mill at Cavendish, wbi :h bad just been
fitted up for summer visitors, part of tho
rooms being engaged, was burned tho
It is reported tbat Mr. Gullcy, father of
Mrs. Dea. Smith, tho Vergcnncs woman
who was poisoned, will apply for a new
trial of her husband, on tho ground that
several of tho jurors wbo acquitted bim
bad formed and expressed opinions favor
able to him, previous to tho recent trial. "
Tbo Burlington Woolen Mill has no
stopped for any dull limes or panic since
1850, and is now employing some five
hundred operatives. The cotton mill is
alto fully employed, running about 10,000
A tbice-ycar-old son of John Boyce of
Waterbury, was kicked in the bead by a
horse Saturday, and is not expected to
live. Ilo was iu the habit of playing
around tho horse which was supposed to
Tho Windsor Journal says : There are
at present one bundled and sixty-nine
convicts io (he Stale Prison tbo largest
number, we believe, that were incircerat
cd at one time. Provisions will bave to
be made for au enlargement of quarters
at Iho coming scssiou of tho Lcgitlaturc,
as there are but one hundred and fifty
seven cells iu Ibe Piitou.
Mr. It. L. Houghton of North Benning"
ton died the 27th of cancer. He wat an
enterprising merchant, a man of good
business ability, and a much respected
Bobbins -fc March of Chester, whose
safe was robbed ol several hundred dol
lars last year, bave just got track of some
of Ibe stolen bonds through a New York
Warnings of tbe plainest tnd most pos
itive character seem lo be of Hub or no
avail in preventing boys from fooling
with deadly weapons. Tbe lalest victim
to Ibis sort of nonsense and positive
w ickedness it Miss Mary Camming of
East Montpelier, who was shot by a boy j
of Middlesex, tbe 27th, while be wat play-
, lug with a loaded revolver. Her recovery
j it doubtful.
Judge SLcrwau Page of the 10th judi-
cUI d'lricl Minnesota, impeached for
tflicial misconduct by tbo House of Hep
rescotativc last winter and on trial be
fore tbe Senate since May 23, was ac
quitted Friday eight on all 10 of the arti-
etc Mr kcnleit It. l,!(,l i..l t,.r f,.
Tiction upon any .nicies being 23 lo I i
DM the constitutional two-third. Judge i
pge t Bali cf Morri.town, Vt . I
Aotlljer ,f tWc aad w.rnine. which !
are tldotn brnli-d: Tha llartl.l tv.-t
Two t-;n of Mr. Georgo Barteil, of West j
Icutl.od, ge.! repe-.tivel eivW aud uint i
...Ls . t , ... 7. .'
lunisn a oaiii in iub TlCiniiy Ol ;
tbeir resideooe on Tuesday, wbere tbey I
fouud a gon. Tbe oldest one, thinking I
tbe gnn waa uoloadt-d, pointed Ihe weap
on at bit IlUJe brother "just for fua.'i 1
and tnsjI the trigger.
I ti cobteat I
iaio iU nsfjfitiB;
boy'i LtJ, e4 icnh
m lnUnltivu. '
' fW jiTi
lilo gEjt ci
: btiJ rrt ft! work ca lie ro! rr t!.i
. Fiher piste, en the mountain roal toj
jlrasburg, tbey saw a smsll besr Ib tbe
i pastor nrar by. A d g was srt tipoo ;
nearly to tiie top, when young bruin,!
j ho bad retreated ss far anj as bigb as j
; potatbl, tatnpe.l from lb tire to tht
! ,,t . i- , t ... , ,1 .1...
ifc'vu.iw, a ut-taiiw vi mmv mull ttttT
' ... '
! He jumped up otiiejured and ran,
out waa toon ctrtakra ty tie nun am
Tbe contract for building Ibo atoms
work of ti e new North church at R.
Johiubury bts Leen let to a Mr. Libby
01 rtiriec. ibe stou ccuie from IMe
La Motte, acd are lo be laid in their
rough slate except the trimmings of the
building, which are to be of the me
stone dressed. It is climated that il
will take o"0 cubic yarJs of stone, or
lot) car load.
There arc to be nine lighthouse built
00 the shores of Lako Memphreriisgog
six by the Canadian aud ttirro by the
A ltrmaikabU ttnall.
it make uo differcuco how many Phy
sicians, or bow much medicine vou have
tried, it is now an established f t mat
German Syrup Is ibo only remedy which
has given complete satitfaetioii iu severe
cacs of Lung Diseases. It is true there
aro jet tboumls of persons who are pre
disponed lo Throat and Lung A flections,
Consumption, Hemorrhage. Asthma, Se
vere Colds settled 011 ibo Breant, Pneu
monia, Whooping Cough, Ac, who have
no personal knowledge of Botchec's Ger
man Syrup. To such wo would say that
60,000 dozen were sold last year without
0110 complaint. Cousutnptivea, try Just
0110 bottle. Hegular si.e 75 cents, hold
by all Driiggints in America.
A YVuril lu I lergymrat,
FniKNU, stop that cough I Do not neg
lect a Common Cold even for a day. It
may end in Consumption and death.
Hkv. N. II. Down's Ei.ixnt has cured
thousands, both old and young; and il
will cure you, if taken freely and in sea
son. This Elixih has been bctoro the
American people kohtv-six ykau.h, and
has never lulled lo give relief to ail who
have used it. It has won Its way by act
ual skkvk k, until it has become, a house
hold friend in thousands of our best
families. Hegular physicians 11 o and
recommend it. Clergymen and all pub
lic speakers aro Its beat patrons. Kuilroml
Employes, liineb exposed to colds,
coughs etc., should always use it. Furm
crs, Lawyers, Merchants and everybody,
old and young, speak highly lu its praise.
A llrmrily that Ktver Kallt.
Hen ur & Johnson's Aknica anu On.
Li mm k nt is an external remedy for man
or beast, for ciinuar Wounds. Sprains.
Strains, Sores, Cuts, Bruises, Burnt and
Ulcers of every kind, including Skin Di
seases generally; and whilo its applica
tion is harmless and never painful. Us
effects orcinost wonderful. As a Family
Linimknt it meets tho wants of every
household. Warranted to satisfy all wbo
Von mutt C ure that lough.
With Shiloh's Consumption Cure you
cau euro yourself, it has established the
tact that Consumption can be cured,
while for Coughs, Bronchitis, Whoopiuir
Congh, Asthma, and all diseases of Throat
and Lungs, it is absolutely without an
equal. Two doses will relievo your child
ol Croup, It is pleasant to take and per-
teeny Harmless to the youngest child, and
no mother can afford to bo without it.
You cau use two thirds of a bottlo and if
what we say is not true wo will refund
tho prico paid. Price 10 els. 50 cts. and
$1.00 per bottlo. If your 1, tines aro sore
or chest or back lamo uso Shiloh's Porous
Plaster. Sold by Wait & Hard, Manches
ter and Factory Point, Vt.
Have you Dyspepsia, aro yoa Consti
pated, have you a Yellow Skin, Loss of
Appetite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to
use SHILOH'S SYSTEM VITALZEU.
It is guaranteed to relievo you, aud will
you continue to suffer when yon can be
cured on such terms as these? Price 10
cts. and 75 cts. Sold by Wait & Hard.
Well's Torsian Perfume "HACKME-
TACK" is rich and fragrant. Try it.
Sold by Wait & Hard.
lave Von ltllow Kytit
Baxter's Mandrake Bitters-will certain
ly cure you. If you have anv Liver dilll-
ciilty, indigestion, constipation, pain in
mo rigru siue, try tneso iiittcr at onco
and sec how much good you can receive
for 25 cents.
If UKs-mntD n an Erntlinn n! G mesh's fcri-
I'hi a Koaf, the ruling timcitio for ditcttpt, ir
ritation and aliramoh of Ibe .km. tint t mo. I
lalnttry boantifier tit the complexion Tin ad
mirable article is an itit'xpen.ive tnbttitulo for
nuljilisir bath, and 11 equally at i-fb'clivc in htn
iblnng ciiuihoiii Biala.liot, and relieving th
I1114:. of rheumatism and irout. ltcdni t and
roulirn i, tan, frerkka, pimple, and indeed
tvtji.f impcrbi-liori of the eutirlo it entirely re
moved by it It it avouched, by ladu 1 who have
have lined It, to he the uiott effective mean of
citrihiiiK and aofteninK the akin tint they hive
tvi-r employed; ita health promoting propertic t
aro widely rnoiuizid by niedii-al men, aud
etinfd io it beinif, emanating from olo-r and
eipnilly reapnctabl eoureet, preclude any n,a
ouable doubt aa to the irenuineiiceaof itt claimt
to public confidence. Clothing anil linen from
the k k roomi di.iufecUd by it, and it preventi
contagion when the danger ef i hoonou dii
fan hat been incurred by contact. Korea and
ulcer, that rt.mt thn operation of ttlve and
lotion, are h. nled by il, tud it toon relieve ihe
twelliug and patn eauaed by brnwi an I tpriin
The opening cf he porea, retulting from Ihe
wboietom ttimulalion of Ibe intieilli iil blwid
vetfclt lint il produce, 11 the tiled Let! rtUii
lated to ate the circulation when uvi rhealed,
tnd carry off Uioteoffen.ive Kriuiilttioua which
di.H(,-iirn tbe cuticle aud render fxitence a tut
of tuariyrdom while Uity remain, l-.mptiotm,
ailuieot thai ointment will uot i nn-, tro en
tirely ernlii ated byULKKK'shi'M-uiia Boar. Hold
by Drn,(Kits. s-w
Hill's Haiu 4 Wiiisi.it IJie, black ar brown.
JJENNINOTON AND RUTLAND
TRAINS LEAVE MANCHESTER
MOVING SOUTH: j
From biitltud for Ikniu!,gUo Toy,
and New York. !
fi 2) a. a
U i .-,, - A'Ue. I
" " r- tWZZ ?A7"ka I
5 W r. .- tt Itantiiagtoo, 1
TUAINS UK AVE VOU TDK SOUTH : !
3 ,M a. at. Sight Eipreti, Kew
in tl tud Uvileutburv
If) 11 a. a
-I'miu iJeniiliiKtou-aiid Troy
niiii..i auo iaeuauurg.
3 Si r. m-S w Yolk and ilouuetl tiprra.
i 10 . a. -Mixed, beiituigoia forHuiitnl.
Tlie traia ronueetirag witb tht up Armui'.5i
lionletti Troy it 7 4 1 a. n. noamei-ujif w.-.l,
iliw btyi.i rti:it iroui new loll.
TLe n.gbt eipreo l.vM New tork tt 7 D m
wfsr a ttale4 u, wt, iKt.t iru..
Dr"' rw ' 'raned u, aty npit.
v- w l w n v. Ajotet tn 1 jt.w lork,
Tu ktti and tbwkt tbruu'b lo ail luilTUul
C.tiUtt ftal Imm with train (or troy
Sew I t tod til t.iui -it, aud arti, m t ,i'u
tiajbt b fcoitii A laait i,d Ue Xonael. al hat. j
traiu io t-i uu wmi, ud ei.
Srtb I!nailV Vt., April SMb. m nil.
St. LOUIS FLOUR
AtC. It. Dt"NHAM'.i
FOR $6.75 AND 7.0
BUST IKiNT.LlXS rOKK I4 00
per barrel, or clt. per pound ia iniall
quantities. Choice Jap. Oolong and
tlrecn Tea at greal'v reduced price.
I'LACK ALPACCA COAT.
Blue Flanel SuiU, Ac,
At Hottotn I'ticr at
C. J. M'XUAM-aA
Ftotory I'oint, Tl., July 10th, 1-C. (4.
H. S. ALLEN,
Will Jo Portrait Work, In bis bus, tl a
Discount on Former Prices
Until Mny 14th,
aftor lnrli lot room mill b rbtd fur two
kt br tile imrputc of sirwmg. l aitln lib
of lit ai.li lira , A.- , tbinikl ciiiiniMil. tit alia
bim tl uiii'. fistl i'Ww llort Mu.uai(rot,
Siittcirui r.a cn bo ttiu tl bit rw uit and at Hi
l-iui; hlorct lit Vitil ,1 limit.
Mtm bettrr, Vt., My tit N, 1T.
would reclftilly auiuinncft In lb ' opl ol
Mtiu'lit'tlor tint uimiy kbit liny btir iall
rvcnntlir oini. J
A Now Tin Shop,
uotr His depot. hcr tlmv will kop oontUnlly
(11 litnj a (uod Ui.ly of
cook: and parlor stoves,
Tin, Glass and TVoodctiwaw.
Wo aro alt prepared to do all kinds of job work,
Tin Hoofing Ac, upon Short Notice,
and at price to corrotumid witb lb hard tlnm.
Vie emplor noun but llnl-elit worknun. there
fore am turn of kiviiik tatnftctlou in all eato
All K inds of Barter Taken iu Exchango
for goods at cash prices.
Oivo us a trial and sod if we do not do well by
J. I 'A VIS A HON.
Slaoebestur Dupol, VI, Nov. itntb, i!7tf
West Dorset, Vt.,
Will make for cauli
American Calf, Pegged Boots, ft.M)
Philadelphia Oak, Pegged do 6.00
French Calf, do do il iio
do Sewed, do 7.00
All other work ia proportion. I will gaaranto
bftter work tbiu any other workman iu Una.
niiik'tou Uourity, fj.if
pREPARE Toil SUMMER
by going to Wm. llrownaon' simp, under tb
Court llouae and haying a nice pair of
CLOVES OR MITTENS.
fie Dannfacttires and keep on hand a cood as
sortment fur tile low at
W UOL1-.SA1.E OH I1KTAIL.
Mancheter, Vt., Nov. 20th, 177. 97-t
fflJE SUBSCRIBER HAS
THE BEST ASSORTMENT
Cooking, Parlor and Box Stoves
Is T1IK NoitTlt KlHUE or Br.SMNtiTO
Co f NTT,
imiMig whi. h can bo found tb famoui
Argand Coal Stove,
l)th with aud without oven, which forWulj of
comtruciiou, economy of fuel and bcanug proic
eitiet caunot be beat,
STOVE PIPE, HOLLOW WARE,
Tin and Copper Wore,
SI lea of all ti.et for tlovet, Ae., til at th lowett
ca.li price: Jobbing prompliv ttlended to.
hAU'L il. yob'NO.
Factory Point, Oct. 'IV), IS7. 4lf
D. S. WILSON'S
WHKbK CAN liK VOVKD
Sofas, Lounges, Chairs of DirTereut
Kinds, Spring Reds, Matresse,
Feather, Chamber Suits,
BfllEAfH, liK.MTlUbH, IK)KIN'10f.AHryi.
I'lOl Vhf. FIlAMM, r Hfr.bllK.Na CAH-
blALKI, Ao., Ae.
. , . . , , ,
Also CofliliS Slid CaskcU. RobaS of
HE A USE IN ATTENDANCE.
Warwrouu I Door North ,f tb Britk Cbarek
Sure Cure for Cancer,
SCROFULA, RHEUMATISM, HOhl
THROAT, CATARRH, DYSPEP
Chronic Diarrhoea, Liver and Kidney
D trtw, and ail Dlaeaaes, and all
Diteatc ariting from IttipU-
rities of tbe Biootj.
SOU fiALE AT
I Wtit A Hard, IS.ij' L..!r ai.d Fael'ry Poilil ;
luta. a, l.i. , ir ; tj. l.ual,., J .aurl,
j Jubuaou, Weal l l'i-t. ii y
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