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Tbin bow of inlcrest m ic ij gialif) ing, for ia honoring i!i irf!i'i bi di.J for lbs !vtion of our enmity we are kiudiinjf the f'iU i.f .iiii itnoi in the boaomii of the liMi g:i.i riioti. The young mn of tiity-ou jpr rrmf mb'f but ery lit tt Cni:-fiiinjj; the gr- tfUb'gl', I tit i li- Annual obnervaoce of thi day i ivi i'y 1 1 ii g up ttfore him llio reality ( I ih" t inlilo conflict, aud the (act Vii liiri do nut entirely furget tha noble nt'ri3c' of the dead. 1 hi If 'in i iirociit haa ruaJe thin a Ivgnl lxlidy and wo hope people, geucilly, s i l lay ai-ido llicir unuil lahora and u i 1 tii'.' auivirora of the grind old army in honoring their dead comrades IU'rnomt cr that blood ia thicker than wati'r. 1 he Warner silver bill, arneuded as to id worit features, passed the Houbc slu r an aM tiight'a session, last Satur day, 'by a vole of 17 majority. The roh' on ili protiition allowing unlimit ed cumuli of silver and compelling the government lo buy it at legal tender ni" i 1 1 h 1 1 i 1 of at its market value was vi ry cl.iM' but was defeated by a small nmj jriiy. Hlvcr it tUtiou may Dot be lite I ad ii h rag money but it is the i,i it tt.ii. n to it, but uompelliDg the g .w.'imifi.t to pay 10 cent on the do'Ur i.:nre for silver than it is actually woit'i in market, thus giving the mine owners tho lc of 6 1 of the differ-i-nre, vt a one of the biggest jobs ever drought I'tfure Congress, and it is sirane thst it should secure more lli in a hundred vottss A few Hepubli. t ana voti d for the bill as it paused and m lew 1 fin i. it voUul agaiust it, but u a lu'i' (ho liepublicant stand up for ti .).- I u.(.ney aud lb Democrats for plenty of it il it is not so good. The HitH Herald, independent, in I ,:.,. ji.c... .,f ii,. i. , , the 1'n-si li nt ami the Democrats in t'oii.i r, ny ' it is a vciy grave con utitoii .iil ij nation, which involve the liiieUment ) principle cornpomleof jfov eriitni'iil the diatribution of powers l twi en ln; national and the slate iitnfiii, "lhe couatituliou re i mi I i the dtalca all powers uot !( -y ft i veil Ik lhe nal'oual govern mei.t Uheie U, or where should be, lhe 'lie .liaxm? That the national ito i inii-t.t i an execute some laws in lit"- i;r la Hot 1; nied. ll Call cullect (n. I mil i iti i ml and internal, and pi' .i-ii ..;!i'i.it- against the revenuo la in .t .'u courts fan il step in l ii i n the lot-al xovrrniueut and the p i" kn p the pea ? If il can, is It w ire and piaclicable for it lo do so ? ".he peculiar mixed character of our i i ! i.rin .,t leaves these questions iu i M I ! In? 1 teouinleratice of i.i.ii.inn . -.-r-. . i . m- I'm no nue aide and sometiuies j . i in .-ihei 'ii ona side It the dan f i .ii eiM.traiitliou - toward which I ii iioi at Ki vrieiuent calurally tends l-y t. . u- 4-iiitf its aaaumptious ; on the i!leti !e i the danger ol a distribu-1 - lu,-i in .kii( the ii.iu.nal govtronienl uv ) i :. .i ifrj t,.i ilk proper (unctions It ii. ! ..r. p.-i'p'-r, tteceanary ijucalion I s b )-, iim I in ("iiirra ati 1 tx'f.jie ! ).. , a d ooe upon which wi iii "ii i, iie differvd, and may still differ ! . . 3 , , '"' 'en'itiriati.ms rife on both aide I . . . . . j ...l-iy atrd A fair lasae ha i t- ' ii u-.a ie. a .-I it mul so lo lhe ocn- , , . ' ; . , ...1 j I Howiiig year We desire lo throw . i.. IX,) 4 Jrfi..n. the veierauj' Jl " ,ew euggeatioos and hints, hop it t,'fry senator, died Saturday j i' g thereby l- c!l out through your i i'.i mi II oVbK'k. Mr (Unison was i-iluuiiia remaiks Irom older aud more t..ia at New bury port, itmt, -i ituti l',j lii laieiii. er na- ., i .i ... , . - I l l! (iii. I wa ummhI to 1 iitry uh Irw .( Ihe it avail - ol rdnratioif ltl . . n n the t hildirn of the pin.r ! y pail of tbe ceMuiy.' . i (itii.in a livr!it4 in "iUr)i ftm the l(t that ! . irtit old, oe ataa placa-d ia 1 iK lii o3.ee 1 1 tbe N tur oni t !!..al4 w:.tB i. t,,a (oorteeath Jr. ,rtvi wo!4 bate bea. and work ll- rao u write for that i ar nal U-- ... . , . ... . f rti,. !re.eUJ tU aj-e ol aettb- 0 1 r be road U like oik m:.i ml twenty edited the IieiM'u:' anywhere else, good for tta.'j-oti:y. Ia Is .'5 he owned attd r-wthinf for any penoabeul parpe. re tioru J lb Pr Prv at Newlory f ft !! rke 3 a i ortt vmsa U !.!:; d ilea ri lrj li Nelkeai l'ii"ttl.r--.'-sl. lis tvr.g.&al total fttctl in Kcftl. Goir-g lo P en eg too, I , ia be conducted lb Journal i ( the 1 to r. political and tdCJ '! tbat ccc4rmtd slavery. H ueJ slavery is e Fourth of In t t:i -o. J nre r J ia tb Park--um Un li, HcwI jb, ia 129; aad a'terward. ti t,i !o Baltimore, lo j,-.i,t J,i.r of the Geaiu of I liUftiil i.tf ipati:0, ii aOCiU 't-g Hn jn;n Luodv, kt whose ng 11 ' P-MM-rsfcip bad tee Um , ,.e rmc.p.it .-out. bi! Mr. , Undy lur gradual emancipation, . and the 1-iMrr cotidf enoatios of tl ' trade led lo bia condemn f"" eql imprisocmeet. , tie ceuid nil pay the Cue to which be ..J t.,r0 r.lec. nor tbe-o.u. He jfirrrd lf(orJ on ilfrj In k- ' rl lii. oJ (fiundrd (b Litrttor. Jrorr IU, lSt. With tba jorol i. ..!.::. j .u: " 11 (IUUMV- f mi raixrarTi. Report i f rrop protprcts bor that NVw I'.i gltti I will coutribote at leaat I "i p-r c ut mnre of bay and of butter, Urt. and tork than last Tear. lo c indodioe New y,.fk. f, tlfcyt, New Jeraey, Del- . ii.i,.:.. ill-. -,lll " W AMVMBU.W m.it the Atiantio and between New fciitflaod and Virjtinia, of the cereal, Moral will I if more largely railed tbao Ui-t yr, corn aoniewhat more and olhf r crops nearly the same. The fruit cropa, enpecially tbat of peaches, promisee well, with some exceptions, aud may be set dowo as everywhere at leafet up to the arerage and in some sections decidedly larger. In the West and North west the reports aa to both corn and wheat ere moat flatter' iog. Aa to wheat no considerable fall ing ofT ia reported in any state except Kansas. Illinois promises au average crop, Ohio an increase, possibly te 30,000,000 bushel ; Michigan 34,000,- 000 buftbels, larger even than the last two years ; Minnesota 30,000,000 bush el , a large increase ; Nebraska an iu crcaso of 20 per cont. and probable toUl of 18,000,000 bushels; Iowa, In diaua and Wisconsin aa large a crop as last year and probably a considerable increaNe, As to corn, all the state of tho West promise an increase with the exception of Indiana, where it baa been abandoned to some extent for wheat. In the Southern atalea the prospects are not so strikingly flattering a in some other sections, but reporta are encouraging. Cotton is up to the averago in Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee and Arkansas, and there is promise of an lucreatto in Virginia, South Carolina, Alabama, Louisiana and Texas, lu Mississippi decrease is anticipated. Should the pricea be sue. tained the current year will be a proa perous one for the cotton planters. An increase of corn in indicated In all the Southern states except Arkansas and Missouri, where there is a falling off, and in South Carolina aud Georgia, where, however, an average crop ia expected. In tobacco there is a per ceptiblo but not large increase ia the South and a larger cue in the North. Rice promises fairly ia Louisiaae and well in South Carolina and Georgia In wool and stock, the staple product of Texas, there will be a decided in- cresse. ( (lltHICHHtlXUBKCK. - ' " ,T"r"T n Mix, nssTXB, May 2T, 1879 Mr. Kdilor: Will you kindly and earnestly re. quest triune in our own neighborhood and vicinity to make special effort to gather all the flowers they can and m'mJ or bring them to either ol Jthe committee on Mowers, the aflenoon of May J9ih, that suflioicut time may be had lo arrange them properly. Every trni patriot ought to remember that we have crimson memories in the South that time can hardly efface or blot out. We have vacant chair and broken circles. But we have quiet homes, ileletided by a good government purchaaed by true and noble men who disd on the battle field. Let us uot forget this, but eugage in this light duty with loving hearts and willing hand, whether for fiieuda or stranger nor think ihu l iino rpiil iu vaiu. Lei us follow their ojinp!e. be true and noble, snd Jefeud thoelar and stripes. t. Ill OIK MIUHWaV llHVKtOKI, rxat, Vt.. May 20,1879. KJitttr of the Jovrnat: We suppose your paper is one that ia conducted for the public welfare. Hardly anything affects tbat welfare aud ioteicil ao strongly as the matter I good, well made roads, and no time 1 1 ton ytar ia ao auiuble for tbe discus- ' .li,ri i.l .hi. OMKIftlifin A.lfl. within t)i . . , . . . . j- . . next lour weeks each highway district ... , , , . , , , iit receive lhe labor, tbe character of , . ... . ... ,..... ... inuil.it Will liiaillij UIVIUU wuciuci im , ,, . , , , r i wiil be a good or bad one for the Decern-!r4Hrivwe4 tutod.. We are great . ,, . .ouii atttltiK a tall iu moll pun attttttg a tali lu motion. 1-1 ih aurveVor rraoU bever lo i.ail r pair the b'jihway uoder hi halftv L-t him l thorough a tmr mm (urn, then il bia l.X falls abort im- r.iiaieir holily lk alecttiiea and p. ILeie ta no danger but that lh f portioe of the road will t-s i. mm .ruud itoair at least aa it Lrt f tft nuttit B j-jJ ,a k'ff oiteci'toa, Uvlt tfe r ol ie, the roi m'n-y. Nc..:i "bit- 'f" tW l Cbltd FrUT, 4 iter iro4 mkir,f ! cf o mac ! ': fao.. H J trtrtMo m ibi. u3 jet eoiUus w oi 1 r aai'y aad waoi;..i.'y neglected. craweiBg road t.i.rf wear,d l-tid" keef itself free from mud Bea in mind, first -. the roa I, Ilea attenj to the ditches and wti bars, the importance of which, especial ly the latter, is t-Ki geoerally under lood lo rt'iusre notice . A tual that is well crowned dues not need targe or frequent water bars, and tin conduce largely la the pleaaure at. 1 safely of travel; i wbat ia more trying to spring or tirrva than a large, gulping water tar. Ibeie isuothmglo com pare witb it unless it is a sharp, ti stoue. the existence of which iu lhe traveled part of the highway should render a towo liable to indictment. Iu crowning a road put the rood solid material in the centre. II you are com pelled to put soft dirt any whete lit it be at the side, never in lhe middle. For heaveu's sate never avoid the labor of making a sluice way by allow ing the water to croas the top of a road in Irtnt of a water bar. It is sur prising that such a cane should ever be kuoen, yet there are a score of them in as many miles in each of our moun tain towns. Iu rusting a sluice ay make it large and atrong or else throw op your commission and let it alone. Of all the contemptible things upon earth a stiogily hall made sluice w.iy teat ttiem all. If there is a single generous streak about you let it appear when you are making these water course. Make them eak, shallow and narrow, and they are a standing nuisance as long as they exist. To resume, crown the road higlw'iib bard centre, clear out well the ditches and aluice way, be very sparing of your water bar, and yon will have a road tbat will be an honor to yourself and your district and one that can be banded down to future generations. srai'K sjkws. A large number of farmers in the para disaical towo of Kdeu sie raiaing tobacco Ibis aeaaon. Tbe mining company st Ely have late ly added 192 feet to their furnace building witb eight new furnaces. A fourteen-year-old daughter of Abram Tenney, of Searsburg, was lost In (be woods recently, snd wandered all day before being fonnd. Trof. Royal Sherman aged 85 year, sod for more thsn 0 yara a noted travel" ling magician, died at bia residenco at Duxbnry, Saturday. Tbe granite business in ISarro is flour ishing. There are seven stone shops In tbe town and over 100 men will be em. ployed this summer. Wool is beiug picked up In considers ble quantities iu Windsor county, at prices rsnging from 1G to 19 cents for un. washed, aud 23 to 2C for waahed. . A man in Albany is losing bis bens by some sort of a disease (bat seems to para lyxe their legs. Why can't soma of our neighbors' bens catch it? Tbe Isrgest single consignment of hi in ber, this rear, was received by Bronaona Weston, Dunham & Co , of liurlingtou the other day four barges laden witb 720,000 feel. Uzziab Wyman and his Orpha, of Cam brldgsport, bare lived together in mar ried life 71 years. At Llnsley's mill, Burlington, the loth tbe fly wheel of tbe engine burst, almost totally wrecking the machine, tearing out botb ends of tbe brick buildings, and do ing much dsmage generally. The engi neer, Michael Dallohsn, was in the room at the time, but fortunately escaped In- While William Murray of Watcrhury was driving two lories attached to Broil er the horses look fright snd ran. lie was throwo in front and run over by the roller, aud barely escaped audden death, tie ii badly brulaeil. One ol hi ribs wa brokeu so that it made a rupture in the pleura and expoaed hi lung. The doc tor give hope of hi recovery. During the recent high water in a town adjoining Ludlow, sa youuginan named Joho Reynolds, of K.sei, was panning near the bead of guile a large pond, be beard cries for help, sud ruuning around a beud in tbe road he aaw a lady strug gling iu the swollen stream, into which sbe had been thrown from a runaway team. Quickly divesting himteif of coal, boots' snd veal, be plunged lo the rescue, a tot wiib s rare tipiay of eoutirage, mo readrd in bringing her salely to ahoro. Tb Uly I young, lich a nl very gratt-lul au lhe yoaia aay. Mr. G E'rov Krineuco, who wa burned severely at Hik burning of Ca.ii h' store some iwo weeks sgo, at Rutland, died Irom lhe effiict of hi injuries st the resideuc of hi brother, Mr. M. J. Fran ciico on Washington at re l Suuday after nooo. Tbe deceaaed was ion of Polly W. Frsaclseo, of West Haven, He was alto brother lo Mr. A. I). Francisco of Rut laud. He was S4 yesn of age and has slws)s lived in Wekt Haveo until coming to Rotlaod some 14 month ago. He mi very popular tber s he haa tuen at Rut land. ()u a recnl StiinKy at Contletoii an Ho year old uiii.t.ii-r delivered a fifty year old m noon ai th Coxgregaiional Chapel on in aij.i m "vi"H Kiattce," irrni inei word., "AmI tley em oui and preached ! thai lueu tmu l ri-peii,.w Ti e diacourre waa drat preach. I at Liheriy, Indians, fifty year, ago lat Novrmbrr. Among bia beaters st that time w aa lb father of Uenrral and I' tilled Malea Senator Duru id ol UUol Itbud. Twojoong lad ii a of VI inland village, righlrek) )rai of age, pretty and u.eifj- brra of lti fliai taioiltea, wtie iu tbe waoda, and one wauled to kit the other wbo rtluwd, wbra lha nue detiring to oealats abut her Mia liaa aioce died, the pt)icii ay)ng that lh wound ol itaeil waa ikh aecawaarity ia'a!, but cauwd tier voua proatraiion, and berdea'b reanited. O.ivtr Avery, baUiog Irom Danhary, (X, reeeatly discharged from tbe bouse i tti.lc and d.ia. II atttmptsd to as I ha iaMer OB Mwiin" PcaboJv. II is a bard character. Paper Lais tra aerved Bp tb de facto vi!ia,je off. -ra of IWooingtou wboa pretended e'eciioa at tbe viiiags meeting fceid ia April laH ha bea reported, re quiring the moderator, cierk sad trualeea, bow ac.Uftg !jr virtu of Ibal eSmioa, lo appear and afcow csu why said court nouid wot depoae tbem. Tb order i made returnable blo aetaioo to be he'd at Monlpeller, on Auguat 11, 179. ia sasiiHUS. We quote the following notice from the Livingston, N. Y i llqulii- an : Not three months since, friends were called lo mourn the death of Samuel Vance, one of Oroveland best citi zens' lie had been au unobtrusive but faithful office-bearer iu the church, a genial and exemplary member of socie ty, and filled all the relations of tb home circle witb kind consideration and affection, and in the church, in society, and at borne bis place cannot well be filled, but the measure of bis year was three core aud ten ; the noontide brightnes of life bad passed into th. evening shadows of old age, aud it closing wa like a beautful a u tu rner sunset, giving promise of a coming day of songful gladness. I1IU.IAKD -lu (ln.v-l.nn. April 18 h, at tlia laie rraiilt nea i f Kamoi-I Vaure, after a abort lllni . iia ili lurii, agod ii jiara. Iu the death of the young, some heatt is made desolate. It is but little over six week siuce tbe deceased took up his residence at this place, wearing the happy honor of a life blended witb another. Iu that time he had won the highest esteem of all witb whom he bad become acquainted. A young man of refined taste, of good business faculties, kindly, energetic and social. Tbia sudden death, which bring deep Bor row to all, fall with crushing weight upon the young wife, and in thi double affliction, she baa the heart-felt sympathy of all. His remain were taken to Dorset, Vt , aud laid to rest near hi old home among the Green Mountain, where widowed mother and only sister weep in bitterness that the life of this one ao dear to them, has suddenly gone out. Strangers bed tear over him here, and hearts go out to them in tender sympathy in their sorrowful bereave ment. Through this cloud come there not a rav of light by which we know " lie doeth all thing well 1 " Wo Ufa atvtr Ihlaikl If the crabbed old bachelor who ut tcred this sentiment could but witness the iutense thought, deep study and thorough investigation of women in determining the best medicine to keep their families well, and would note their sagacity and wisdom in selecting Hop Bitter as tho best and demon strating it by keeping their (amines in perpetual health, at a mere nominal expense, he would be forced to ac knowledge that such sentiment are baseless and false. ..... FINE Spring Clothing FOB GENTLEMEN. All our new and aoleot atylei of GKNT'd fcl'lUNU 81 ITS from th flneat inakaraof tb hunt foreign and domaaUe fablioa ready for im mediate nee bandaomely mads and aubatanUal; trimmed. They are In Mixed Fancy Cassimerea, Diagonals, Cheviots, Iu Light and Medium Weights, perfect ia cat and aty'e and cnetom Ilk is ap pearand not tuperaeiiid by KarnieuU niada lo order. I tin ut vie. of the fabrioa in many oiiii etclneively coiitlued to onraeWea. Youth's and Boy's CLOTHING. . . in every atylsT :tKic lioea of SPRING OVERCOATS, including the I'LSTKRETTK. WK ARK HEADQUARTERS FOR GEHTS FURHISHIHG GOODS Hats and Caps. Ca.lt and ew aa, if ro atab ta ear or. Largaia 10 tbeaa iroM4a, tat price are lea I tea auy utier ktiaM ua Vamauiat, A. O. CUNNINGHAM, Ko. 5 CexTta St., - - Bcrti, Vt. fcotkad, TL, aUy ib, int. Vtft POND'S EXTRACT. Ittl utUT It .llilll Pain Destroyer and Specific for Imnammation and Hemorrhages. EH EU M ATISM. N EU HA I1IA. S oUitr !rv-araOo& haa raf.il eo maay reaae .f ll.. l.o;ti exiaav et&ie aa tl. aiTaaer I'uf l unil la tu'aiueUI IB tlii'M itmmmmr; l.on.bm, l ama a Ha. mi Hula. me. I'twat tittu r tiiat .'v aauta Int mt ah.a ra ..! of rh4tin i. iBti.n).at, la a (rval b.lp la rtaait)( i&t'aenmai.ry oa) e. HKMUURH AtiKS bleeding from th Lunfa, ln..ua.h, Kjw,. froga aay aaaaa, ia laJily Motrlfil ao.I at"('i. Our haaii Ciai .!. U mm in laa41.aaaiUe.au) ar gtrmi a.Ja in arreuug internal bl4ie( DIITHEUI A AND SOKE THROAT. . tk KiraaiT pruupUy. It ia a aura ear. I)tay la daugr )a. CATARRH. The Extract is the only epectAr r. thi dl.ra, toU ia Haed, Sc. uu "umm 1 1 ki." pwtelly prepared lu meal ear). o eaaoa maiaina all the eoraU prep erliDa of the EiTaior; nnr .Swil. Siaimia ia inralaaU for aaa lu CaUrrbal aSucliuna, ia timple and laetpanaiTa. SORI!. UIXKItS, WOUND8, Sprain and Ilruiaoa. It ia kealiog, roolins and eleaae icf. t a oar Uirthkt iu oonnevttuu wiib the tirati-r ; il will aid in bi alius,, aoflauiug and ia keapiuf out the air. BURNS AND SCALDS. For allaying beat and paiu it la ounvalrd, and ahosld b kept in every family, rnady fur aa 10 eaae of ae ciilrnla. A ilremmn of our OismniT will aid la heeling, and preveat atiara INFLAMED OR SOKE EYES It can he uaed without the allbloat fear of ti arm, quickly ellayiuf all lull imiuaiioa and euceD.ee witnout paiu. EARACHE. TOOTHACHE iND Faeeache. When tlie Ktrsarr i ud according to dinh tiiuia, ltr eflct ie aimply wouderfal. FILES lilind, Hleeding or Itching. Il ii the liroati at kuotrn remedy, rapidly eurieg w1 .:i nK- nidiciiii-a liavn tailed I'uMU'a Kx tiai t Mai I. .ion 1'ii'ia I n rl. a. t Hat', ia a pie venture enamel t'liali 1; ai.d rile.. Uur OlT- saaT ia of itrnat ilr where the removing of eJothing ia incunveuient. FOR BROKEN BREAST and for Bora Kipplre. Tb Eitaai-r ia ao cleanly and aAlcaeiuua that niothera wi.o bave one uaed it will never be will, .111 it. Oar UiVTMasT ia tb beet emollient, thai San be applied. FEMALE COMPLAINTS. No phv- airlao ueed be called in for the majority of fe male diasaaaa if the Eitsuct tie need. Vail dl reetioue aooumpany each bottle. CAUTION. POND'S EXTRACT Ha been im itated. The ceimine baa tho wrda "PoaD'a i Tatcr ' blown in tbe glaaa, aud our trede-niers. on aurronndiug wrapper Noue other gunuiue. Alwaya ineiat oa haviog Poso'a KiTao T. Take BO otbar preparation. Il it nrotr told in bulk. Price op Pond's Exthict, Toilet Abti- ci.ks and Specialties. POND EXTKACT lo.. It 00 and It 75. Toilet Cream lln'l OaiarrbCm li Uentifno SO I'laatnr Inhaler 50 Naaal Mynnfe 15 Up Halve i To.lol 8oap l3cakca)50 Oiutmeut 60 Medicate J Paper. ... IS ranrABiu omlt at PO.D'S EXTRACT CO., Nkw Voaa ako Loscum. SOLD 11T ALL PIIUOUISTH. ly New Carpets! Brussels, Uart.ord 3 Ply, Hartford Extra Supers, Hartford Supers, Lowell Extra Supois, Cheap Wool Carpet, Double Cotton Chains, Single Cotton Chains, Stair Carpets, . Druggets, Hemp Carpet, Oil Cloths, Cocoa Mailing, ' Straw Matting, Mats, Hassocks, Ac, Wa aiah to call rapeeial attention 10 the above good, aa om aaeortment ia batter than ever and pricea ar lower. NEW WALL PAPER, White Blanks, best assortment we ever had, Satins, Gilt, Oil Shade, Paper Shades, very handsome. NEW CROCKERY! A full assortment of T. k It. Bootes 1st (Quality and Kiciuiio Aixoctx. Wei shall be pleased to show these good to any wishing crockery. GLASSWARE ! Glass Sets, veay cheap, Goblets, Tumblers, Individual Sets, Ac Dry Goods ! Cashmeres, Cheaper Dress Goods, Black and Colored Trimming Silk, Black and Colored Trimming Satins, Black English Crape, Black Silk Velvet. SPKINO AND SUMMER SHAWLS. HOSIERY! New Lace and Hamburg Edges. Cotton Edges and Gimp. HEVi VHITE GOODS I Ladies Hemstitch Handkerchiefs, Gent Linen Handkerchiefs, Children Bordered Handkerchiefs, both linen and aoilua. While Lawn Handkerchiefs, by th duaea VtBT CHEAP. White Marseille Quilt. TO PAIHTERS1HD BUILDERS We keep tbe best of Oils, Pure Lead and Colored Paints, Japan, Varuiab, Dryer, Ac. HARDWARE CHEAP. ; Good will be cheerfully town. COXE ni KTO.. afateasvvrr, Tu, April M, lr?. Clothing. Clothing. GREAT BARGAINS OFFERED AT TH! Faotory - Point, Clothing Store or -A.. 8IEOEL. THE BEST AND LARGEST STOCK OF CLOTHING EVER IN THIS SECTION, And I will sell them much lower than anyone else. REASONS WHY: 1st. I bay food for raab and aail for cash aud Biak pneee very tow. Id. 1 am rename two eturee, one el fair Haven and Ifeerwfor buy clothing In large quanuuea. bleb give me lb l am fll of bailer traaiue tbaa thua who era haying on entailer In. Sd. I go to niark.t mj.lf an.t bay f tb la ge atauaraeiurere, while oikara ar buying moaliy at buoia anil of ooure pay much bulbar 1'ne.a. all Una wiU eonvtnee yoa thai yon can aav aaoaay hy parchaeiug your clothing at tbe l tb uag el are of A. tuegel. THE LARGEST STOCK OF MENS, BOYS, YOUTHS 1KD CHILREHS CLOTHING, in town you will find at my atore. Just received, very nice stock of SCHOOL SUITS FOR BOYS which I will sell at the lowest price. HATS Sc OAF'S you will see the largest assortment ever eeu in any country place, and there fore, can suit everybody from tho small est boy to tbe largest Man, and at all price. A An a took of 0-E3ST T'S FURNISHING GOODS, Shirt, Scarfs, Ties, Handkerchiefs, Suspender, and the Patent Nast Linen Collar. and a great variety id TRUNKS AND VALISES. I Invite lb cltiaene of Manoheetar and vicinity to nail and examine mj atook before pure li emu g elaewhere. A. SIECEL, HOWE'S BLOCK, FACTORY POINT HIEOEL A l'INDUa, Fair Haven, Vt. Faotory Point, Vt., May Hth, 1M79. tnjc3tn fHE LADIES OF MANCHESTER, ItOHHKT aND VICTNITf will find lb Urgrat aamrtment of Millinery Uooda or all aiuda, kats. Bonnets, Flower, Ribbon, Lace, Velvet, Bilk. Ornamenta, imrnanee Rtnrk of featbera. TBIMUKD HATd AMI IMINNKTd. all at yonr own pries, aa they mint he aold at ouoo, wituoot regara to ooai. At tbi House or J. C. Blac iukb, MAXCBEHTEIl liEPOT, VT. JOHN G. llLACKV RFt, Aitminiatratnr. Maaobieier bepot, Vt., May 21. linn. Un DRY GOODS. Ia. order lo close our Copartnership, we have decided to largely reduce our entire ."tock of BUY JMODS ! Prior to Jnly It. Our t locks ia all departmenta are larger od more attractive tbau ever before. Commencing at Dress Goods, we have made a reduction of prices in all department. A choice line of black and colored silks and all DRESS GOODS VERY CHEAP. PRINTS, GINGHAMS, LINEN GOODS, Hosiery aud Gloves, Notions, Trim- uJngs, and Everything In tbe line of Dry Goods at Reduced Prices. Steel Must be Greatly Reduced V JULY, lat. CEO. BRISTOL U CO. 85 AND 8J THIRD 81 , TROY, - IST.rT. 7I1 Jt T. BEACH, ia doing tb Best1 Carriage Painting for law saaatwy tban waa aver dua in tiwi J. T.' BEACH, du alt kibd of CiJtRIAGE TRIMMING J. T. fJlACH U ready at aU liea.s la do CARRIAGE WORK 1 gKt akap. sal aa eh a tb Um Bw4. J. T. 1 1IAC8 ut f 1- Lsag, fc;c aaitli Htiup. WKf fact fry "-, mm, 177. ."Ustrriaco. A' Taabvi.tg, lil J,, t IK' l i.t j i i..ii r, -.!, ig r l Snr,i l t'i.lr.,1, en.tiM H E W ' r.f, K H K H. ..I it, Inn ..( fa. e., I t. h a. i Utalhv AI la.trr)e, It.) a r , r..r a Iwf t A.aa. A. A tn...,, c 1 yata, I u ti aaJ IJdaie. At La,.te't. Mtf ttih, i iw.)niniti.4, ati. I Van A t. U w.la i.f A, A. b,at, ast i yaaie I aa .i.ti. t d.r. AI huo.Wi.ee t, att t, tint f ke. agi. ft I a) a. (War cl i,d ef mt.i .il'i. r .or ltli. - t'ar. ,.of ( iril t .1 ; ait. .5 f r 1 U4. U-f An.! I ti n .1. 1 i.i. U , U'.a car' a ti ili.l., 1 Ita.i lliv a ol i.v an', t .)-) (ail 1.0, Til. lK the! .lltl t'l..l ll .llMlf Alut t ill. ititt i r.-r t- ..il aul4ll) a. I fit, riioa ! .ti-, U.e of affl i .i.'R I waa 1I1V t. iiui.a lo bear. Tbutiati aickmg awl waiting thy mm lo aiar. lint th Ai t. I i f tth kai a,ki-a at leal Ai t lueitt l tl.y trail I ia aaawiitlr hn paawxt, 11, ? i.ti'i.i.ii tie i'ir, ib.'U ait wilk tb axed ant Ilia l .ral la it.el ti.'Bj. bn the iauaB)d ar furwmv ai ra.1 WANTS. A.1'rli.iml, uii.1i r ihte hml, tea I htiii ea h lOMittioo. .-.",' , . :. - ':v TANI't.O A yiionr mau to U-aru th buei. Ofaa nl i itotiit-raptiiiig To lha light ptenn who il eiMoe at dmihi f can cft.r b.itnr lernia lhau otual. A aixni attenuil baud oulttt for eale vrar im,e i eil on or a.hirwM It. ti. At.l.KN, Prnwigraplicr, Matii htwlrr, Vt Xlaiiehlr, Tt , May 'iHb, i. tf Nci 1 U K All claim in '"r of tbe .lt. of t.ia Itiintlir. I 1 n i,f MintetUinl, tin...- 1, m-)i he 1 a.it il 1111 :to tUve Irora thla del or tl.ey will li. riillvcti-d hv la. The e.ial mum ii. oil. i.i ItAl.l ll Wr'.Xfl.r'r, A.lmiuialrabir. Hiiudrrlaiid, Vt , alay Jll, NT'.. gvw U ANTr ll. I iiml.-r I inch bnai.U laanti In et- ohang. f r lord and imal. II. ( UI.VIS. Maiiihialii lii t, Vt,, A pi il i,',i. all r TAILORING! aicf Itne of eu.p!i.e Jimt reocivid. Hnil 118 lo HO mi.li In ti n ti'l,.ili' i.t It. j.. lillAi KINItrHh Factory l'uint, Vt,. June tith, lhrS. i.Vlf JAUM POR SALE. 1 nner my frui f 11 aaln, tualii.l In the, town of Wmhall, au nnloa from Maiirhhater Kailroad Miatiuii. held farm conaieia of ail acria. gooit eugar on-b-id, pli niv ol fnnt, and will lump oowe and a tram . Itine I7"0. AIm a ll inner lot of oil ai re, ahonl S nillm from Mancheetw Nlattoii, up the lluiil villi, road. For aal aheap. Aildrix, i. w. taft. Winlall, Vt., ily 13ih. WJ. 6itf gPRCCE SHINGLES, SPRUCE LUMBER OF Jill KINDS, Hemlock Lumber, Hemlock Plank, Ac, FOR SALE CHEAP. Adilrcia i. r. i.ono t o , I'rrn, Vt. rem, Vt JUy 2nb. W9. Ulm 1879. Citizens Line Steamers. TROY TO NEW YORK. CITY OF TUOY, (.'apt. (1. V. Woloutt, Htinilay, Tuesday, TliuradaV. HAIiATOlU, ( apt. T. I. Ahrams. Monday, vYodiioailey, Friday. From atnanihnat landing, foot of Itroadwey, at orpt Httluiday, at 7 ta p. m or 011 ariinal of eveiiiug liKiim, atrtvingin Ni.w York at an early hour, connecting with train eniith and n.t. ThrniiKli tn kiil auld on the nlt'niiT to I,nng Ilranch, llc'i.'nii (irovii. l'liiladi lphia, JlalLliiiTu. V aahingtou, ami baggage rbockod to ileatiua Hon. Kicnminii tlcketa to New York anil rrlurn only IJ lI. Klesatit family room, ti 00. Itianle etate room., (I.tto, 'Unruig CKil mniitha atale rnoiua warmed hy atoam, llanuaira tranafnrred fren. ltrguUr limtaon Itiver llailroad (It ki t taken for pimK! ami etate room bertha. Urate on the Knropean plan. Ak fur tickiita via, "Citixona I.I11B Troy Hteam. ere " Fate Inwur than hy any othi r rotit. l'i.'ki.t for aal at all principal railroad lloket ofticca U. W. HOBTON, OF.O. W. OIIWON, (leu'l Ageiit, (ion'l 1'aee.nignr, Agt.. Mtf Troy, K. Y. Tiny, f.. Y. JJUKR AND BURTON SEMINARY Mam heater, Vermont. A Boarding and Day School for Ladles and Gentlemen. Otfcra the advautagn of a Full Itnard of aide aud aaperinnced 'I I'ichrre, ori fully prepared cionr era of elmty, tborouitb drill 111 Ilia Knglmh wi'li epccial atti iitmii to Ihn elteanui, and young men nrnpare.l for C'dlegH, 'J tie iiiht advmitiee fur Mu.ic at the Inaeet tern. a. H-ninu '1'riiH hegiue Wednaaday. March. I'.ltb, 7K. Fur bnard. ruouii or other inforniati.in, a.l'lre.e the 1'rlni.l. pal. id lo Henetlciarie Itfv. JAMKH FI.ETCTIKIt. Manchester, Vt , Feb. it li, 1K7H. CLOTHING I CLOTHING ! JThT Iit'-CHIVKD AT C. P. DUNHAM'S Job Lot of Clothing for Men Youtb and Boys wear, wbiub will Uaoitl at half or Lets thsn Half the Actual Value, consisting f Coat and Verts, Fiue C'as.luiere Hants. Boys all Wool Suit as Jmw aa $3 00 per Suit. 1 have also aouie auita of Clothia made from tb eeleoratrd Faglevt.le (.asaimeree.wbich f,irdura bllity raanol be beaten ai d era far eairlor to man gooili purchawrd la luirml. Also Fine Diagonal Dtess Coat and Vests, C'ssaimare and Worsted Penis, m dark ai,d fii;bl eubira, wl,lcb will b aold at reaaunsbi pioi. Ail g'e. i warrsuud aa rap. rsemliil C. V. UCSflA. tu-Mirj Point, VI., May '!!, tS7. IN BANKRUPTCY. fa th l i. r'.i t ,url of tb I'ulUd Stat for the Inslriri of Vi rtaofit. In Ike aia.t.r of H.sx.s Cirrl.n, fiaukrapt. 'lo II. a eieditora of aa.,1 tai.krnpl aud all itn.rs at. ai 11 may t-juretu : The Budni signed, assign. of aai baakrapt, hrl i.y givea O'Hira tUat It baa bar ordered hy Ite l',.ui l I 'irl, of S)il f'l.lrirt, Ital His errand at .1 third groarai meeuoge of the cr. l iu rs uf said tiaiiaiiipl ta Said la aa) I In.irKl oi u s tiili day uf Jan., a. IT, at V o'tiock A. , at the If .lat of AiiB ll.rl.etl, bafor W, u V.ary, lirgiaur In f ankrupo y, Ut lb. parposr. oawed id ratioua jii aud of tl.e it.ti.ti niaiii'es of tl.s U lrt hlai.a. aad this 1 aiaj to g.ve ti'Ai Ikat I na ftid suy fioei ac oui.l a Asaigove of a.id tanarepl, anil iiial a,.a.t tine aal p.aM f si. ail apply to a. el Coan f eaUirioaiit of eaid aeouut aad Pit a di. rtargs from ail liabiMy aa aa.ign of ea'd e. lau ia e"'4'Sau:v w.m tue piuvi.ies of aaid if.'j6 enruiiu. , lata at Ai :i."-i id a.,1 l.arit lU.s iiik day til May, a. t t, MAUTia a. btxmw, aKum.