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( It I A ui.im attt I . Urn iiimn a.st.s ? , Vtaa'.ST. Tola . ,..;( cmij. a i . H II I tt M . I I 1 f f 9 .t. 'I- i 1 It H lum . f !-. tu(, '.!.. f, ...; n.jt ! , ci"C". I' it i.l..lS, i.,r!ii, T 1TJ4, Out. l, fT, rrafr.l. 'u vtbr is it. tun ' ; .it. k .,e.ier . Uwtiri lfr!rnlU.I,ltmitf III,, l,..ir at u a t aoa f .vl. r, Jen I. Oil. ; ir!na J. oanvn, fr, M-i.". . 1,4. !, .?:, c . D. Ct iTt, Pr(.ril. Miu c 4 Win l 1 . BfH-ff rJlrl r BmUtxI. Iturltbyt'-d garth t4 till ( M r. . mriixt .utri Mis . . T 0friCRp from T t " it r. ) fr'ta lb Sorth rri l lb Ptl ft- ! Dir. . i) fri lk Xostb trrit !. P"l ' ulllr . i. ht ri, iuiiifo. Hiiiiiiii, jioii- t . b !(, f trj r.iM of. r l II l . T1? Xbmfitf ' Tli(rh ! 0f from 1 1. a lo r. MAX( llfITR -A Hj(ii f!n Tie(l.jr !iiKla kt tab ncdt'd timolut U growing crop. a. . m - t . ... Ml 1, rd from 11 a.m. nun! 2 r. m , ou cormiou Ir- -Tb Elm latins U Itie rlr.t lu open i tuinnier tiilor. Tlipy ire eupcct b un trrlvalt lo-dtjr. -It U ijc(J ihi-re will bo ii go In lb lOiiDlng ol lr!u tint l.udijr. -Klgt for ilceoiilou ur(or it Wtit Tbfr ci bey frol Mout)y V'tit which itlhrr I.rd ou nrly i(Ubl(l nd uiajr li j urtj iti fruit i'Hiie- -Tbt uiftubm of ll I'ndiu Kiigfue . with m (ipmi Ihfir Ihaiikt o ltioe tic ol tbi villtge lio i kiixliy Ul- i la preparing thflr uew uniform. -Tb grml juror from Hit town at f ciining tcmloiu of court are M. Can- Id, It. W. I)n; petit Juror, K. C. y, E. It. llotlUter. -I'hanU LoJtfe, 1. O. O. F., of Kl met, bare been Inriled tu til the lce Decoration t)y, ami ba ai pled. -Hi.liop IVi.icil w ill ( flkiaio with a tmon at Ibe Kpl-copal ciuirch in tin Slage neit tundy at 4 I", M Kemember Ibat ilonalion of flower uld b made lo tbe member of I be mrsiUee ou Tbnrtilay aflcrnooii aud enlng to ihey can be properly arranged. hope there will be a fine display. Ion't forget to bare tomeibing prew ired for the dluuer to be aerred to the iad, firemen, tuembtr of tlio pott and riled Kueal on decoration Day. Din. r will Imi prepared In the Court Houe. IVolh tbe Undine and Facific Kngine mpanle expect to go to North Hen nijloo to llulti up Decoration Day lieywlllgo down at I". m., nee knrporlallon being t ffcied by the rail- ad. Lunch will tare to be provided for a $ nnenber Deeort'ioii Day and wo pe the people will have their contribu n of provitloo ready at an early hour Iday mornioK. Team will go around gather up the eoutr ibution in all the ,!age. l'ciple outtlde can eml their the Court llou e. Atmot all our tubtciiber are owing r one or more year tubtrrlpllon. We d the money ery mncii for our bllla ke to be paid on tlui, June court af. rd very forab! opportunity for any people to aeltte their bill and we pe to receive large amount of money that time. We thill be very glad to neiTe a tall from all our pationt. The Director of the timet, kill Valley .duttrial AwociattJU tiifM at the Tacoulc olel la Ihi i!;te, Tnlit, June 3d 10 a, ., to eomt:ei the premium IWt d krrangemeuU for tbe coming fair and It boped that etery director will be lrent. A meeting of the member of Lid eoclety, (all mbo have tigued tt.'j eirtct of tnmberb!p and all who nmv ith to do to at thi time) i callrd by a Y of ibedireclort on Wednedy, June b, at thi tUlage, to ratify the action of e Truatee. The rjulnci IUu it undergoing pair which will add much to the com et and eonveuiebce of that popular tam er remrt. The partitione have been bOTrJ aad two amail room adj int.g l-e ofBce added lo it which give imy ' frKHtotbi part ol tbe hou.e. Tbj ,0m have also tn overhauled an J put Ii the beat pawkibie e-nditlon and "y-; -ing aboat tie (joe wii tcHin te in ' rime order fur lle lafge tin iu ber of j uet which are expensed during ihe j jtcroir. ! Two a re tj cur bitrgltr a'tfmpiel toj rtak loto the drug atom ol Wait A ! lard ia thit viliag between one ai.d wo o'clock WcdtetJav ttiorbii. D ;. tatkUt, wbo ticept in the tior with on j e alwaya open, heard them al work on j window la Ihe bsocmeut and taetiontly i petMd a window aud tired a revolver at ,tm. It m very dtr k t the tin, aed ' jere i bo tvidcac ibat tit tbol tot k ef- l hut it canted ki pretty g ,! tea-1 ing o the fait td (Lev.i.u-tt. It.tct 'Ncw Yuig are stoppitg la the place at 4 fcurgUtiwill fisd U. f!e la iLk'Majle Crov.' t F F !( !or. Ttjr rs-asosfd ftn- i.( at-d drew lb ba t to tit l-f Ut 11 t WUItiM ,tMd a&d U u J J fccd frt Sa. -1t I:- ' :r f fttrt Is !J.ood I SI 'a n tkt stfc.B MU!."D, war f ... liei;a.,o U-Uris, Mti'xu wsr; i lUUni frk.iiDf, IstLieol.C A., j l&fsetrjr U. f A.; Ctarh P. Ib Col. t:k Vu Vo. ! U;m j H .-,., N. V , Vets j Corf W. j IWesii (. E i ia Vt Voli. ; F-dffts ! A. Tsjiof, Jodl It. Vt. Vol.; lja ' Dim T kr. ( ;h Igt Vi. Vol. ; Uoium IWbr. ; Acitt(u Wjbh, Co .', ltts IUki. Vi. Vots.; Wizard K. j liftmen, fvtg. Co. E, itb J!rgti Vt. Volt. 1 L l iO(t to UbkobVB N'Utl.iera KiJ: CUrsM Kxlovl, .., t. ish Vi. UUrl II. aiaer, , . n, itij;-, w i tlatn Caoimlog, t Jtniiuu at. Cumu.iig, ad td CoiiiJ-any E., i'b Vtui.i'iit Voloiitftii. TI.e following are hurifd l'i Factory Point Cemetery: Sol kiiiihi 1UA ), Co. E, tn Vt,; Georgt) II . Di ietiaon, l o. C. UUi Vt. ; JohO Mc(iui?n, ll'h VI.; Meprd J. iilfM.n, Co.C, ll hVt.', Jmea lliclti, Co. A, 2 1 Vt.; Mjron D. Jameon, Co. C, H.h Vt.; Ceorge Fleming, Co. E, Stb Vt.; Char lea Mrar. Co. C, 14ih Vt.; Eogene Fhelio, Co. 11, 7ib Vt.; Charlc Chapman, Co. C, 6tb Vt. Catholic 'eeinrlery, lKrtl Hill: Willi aw Moore, Co. C , 14th Vt.; Wiliiam llorati, Co. C, It hVt.; Michael Ilanlan, Co. C, 14th Vt.; Ktrl Carney, Co. K , fitb Vt.; Lry. an I.uiidagau, Co. EauJ Dor -et cemetery : Edyar txluu, Co. C, 14tb Vl.; Henry (iardner. Co. C, 11th Vt.; Sylreater Tier, Co. -, lllb Vt.; Wal do lltrtow, Co. K , 6ih Vt. Aiaiecciu lerm i f tbe I". 8. Di. trict Coon in Uutldiid the following do cldioii were rnleiedi Jiihu W. Cratbptou, atkignee of Ell ft. I.athrop, v. Harriet M. Lalbrop et al. li! ia equity to act aafde a mortgage of tl.txK) on land hi uuderland and Man cheater. Decree that mortgage it a valid icmiiy for the um of $S,751.40 and void a to the balance, and reatricteci in it operation to tbe land in Mancboaler, at iiiorigaie wa not recorded in tbe town of Sunderland, with cod lo the orator. $me v. Ed 1). Lathrop, Jr., el al. Dill in equity to et axide a bill ol aala of real ettale, a vet bat I in no of farm and convey, auce ol Murk aud firming tool. Decree that the deed of the real ealate be et atide; that the bankrupt baa a bomeatead In thu farm, and IUnney Howard, Wm "li. 1 X uu and Frederick Cook bo appoiut. ed coiiiinitfioner to ael out homestead. That tbe conveyance of the peraonal prop city it a valid trautler and bill I die. mUki'd a tu ibat, and that tho leane it void and U ki t axide, and thai Eli It. Lathrop, Jr., account to orator aa per crder lor rent and prollta ol real ettate; and W, G . Veitzey appointed maafer to take account. No cotlt to either party. Same vt. Earuent M. Lalbrop et al. Hill to net anido mortgage, and (he aaine I let akide aa being made lo delay itud hinder creditor, with cott. KACTtiKT POINT. Mi. Truman Itontlcy wa called to Pawlet last week by the tickneai and death of her mother, who ha been in feeble health for tome time pail. "Webb Brother Orcat Moral Show" exhibited on the ground near Thayer'i hotel on Tuewlay evening, before a fair lized audieuce. Their itreol parade wai rather a alim afTair. Our ladie are bard at work In the club room making ahirtg for tbe member of the Pacific Engine Company. Thoie who to kindly treated them to ice cream on Tucfday afternoon have their thanki. The ladiei of the flower committee for Decoration Day, in thii vllkagc.would like to have all who have flowcit to con tribute to u'nd them to the house of Mr. J. II. lioncklecl a early a possible ou Thartday afternoon., Hi-Imp ItUtell wilt make hi annua' vlnit to the pariah ol Zion church on Sun day next, June i.'Ut. Service, with the holy communion, will commence at 11 o'clock. The .Sunday achool will meet immediately after the arrvlce. The prnceation will lorra on the treen eppotite Kouciieel'e, Friday morn ing, at U o'clock tharp, in tbe following ir.br: Marahat, Union Hand, children wilh ll iwert, l'lienii Itidge, I.O.O.F., Pacific Kujfine Company, Undine Engine Company, Drum Corpa, l .at Skiuner and) veteran soldier, Orator of the day, Cill zfiit ou toot, Cilia?!! in cairriage. After the aervlctt at Ihe Facuiry Point Ceme tery tbe procettiou will iti-torui in the tame order aud proceed to Dellwood Cemetery, and alterward 0 tbe ipeak er'a ttand. and lunch will follow the addict. Dauiel Cfcflee It repairing Hi Louae. Tbe new tut at market ia In full opera tion. Change I a lallroad time table next week. Ice on- iaif inch thick ou the mora ing of tbe 27 m. lU-uben, Colvia wue oal with a "pick tpan'' new carriage. -S. W. I .ura has repalnd the old! repalnd the old to muve into it (...uieneaJ. I uteudiiiit tu tuuve into it j llou. J. L. Martin ba placed a beau. ., s . . . ,.uiulln . ,.0J,iul louoiain in front of hi. residence. i,ou. (5i,t. (,eo. tvakiona it doic ihe work . -Mr. f. If. Pond I at Willtoglord wo.king - a dwelling boute for Mr. Mruaa luuh-itder. -U -U it Vloy and hi too, Jamei, have mined tb marble work of ilolii. ter. Tirel t Co., al Et Dorset a. polish- " iKaiT. -W have k.-l fiotl three eight J - tao.t la ue'on. M'.t Mn c It. tiray It stopping in Bea - bttgion at preat eit. Dr. aud Mt i. Ltudcrtla.e ol Wetlers (t 1 Wl ,J L; fool tf!lt I bad f t ratUd at tt aaii! lat week o4 u at i rru U.J cp for rr ; a rt. -Trf Wri ad x Uj.art art iaviied te atve tvwer a4 everg reem ia raadioeaa to dVra; the ulJicr grvci Krdy, at t oVl-.x k r.u, 1te Utrtber t.e. d C. W iiiiamt and lU ir witea to k a trip oat of tow t j Vfty Sll, it tig the tin aanitertary ol lb;r tbartitge. T l'HT. lUv. F. I. Jvbt-Kn wld Iretcr n(Ka tbe ml ject picture In tchool hoe had, rridet etettiug, Mty Mih- TU psblie are cordially invited. Tbe Iretorrr it to iliov lb d Cereal phttea in life. Tit lecture will be fiee. rawtiT. ' Potato bng are again pttltlug ia an appearance. The 5 cent eoontar in the poat-offloe 'baiidiog had a good run latt Saturday bight. The farmer are nearly througbt planting aad are waiting for a red, alto rtiu. Cheete from tbe Slorab, II akely , and renio chrete factorlea have been ahipped (Lit week. - Tae acholar in dittriet No. 2 will prol-ably decorate the few aoldiera' grave In the cemetery. Sila Baker' child, who wai ao ba I fy bnnxrd a few week lince, I ilowly Improvieg. A caae of f mall IVx in a mild form li reported near thla village. Meaiurei have been taken to preveut it Iroio preadlng. Tbe next regular communication of Morning Flower Lodge No. 71, F. & A. M.. lake place at tbelr Lodge room Thurtdty evening, May 2'Jib. Mr. Jeremiah Duxbee died at ber reaideiice on Mouday morning last at the age of nearly 71 year. A kind mother, friend, and neighbor bai gone lo rett. Tbe funeral aervicci were held at tbe MeilKkdiat Eplacopal church ou Wedncs davlaat. al 12:30 r. at., ltevt Walker and Fokaolllciatiug. i-kbu. The gran crop ii going lo be average one; ao aay those lhatought lo know. Farmera are buty and all nature teem lo be doing iti level beat to belp them. At an adjourned meeting to couiidor the question of a reunion the Qoming 4ib of July, beld al Geo. K. DavU' on fciatur. day evening latt lie following officer and committee were choten: Dexter IHic fi elder, Preaidetit; Jonathau Hapgood, Vice Preaidetit; Jaiuc Dudley, Orator; Ita K liatcbelder, Hito:iau; D K Siinondt, Poet; JC Lakin and J U Siuiond Toatt-matter. Committee on Finance, D IJaicbelder, J G Walker, M B Lyou. Committee of arrangement, E P Chandler, 8 L Walker, P T Wyman, C W Whitney, W J Farnum.Asa Brown, John D Prieat, II J Batchelder, Harvey Stone. Committee of Invitation, It 1 Baichelder, W B Sitnond. M O Walker, O P Simond, P I) Wyman, U M Huasell, Jonathan Hapgood, Cbarlei Baichelder, A T I'.yard, J P Long, Sbeparri Aldricb. Tbe 'following geotlcmeu and their wivea are the Committee on Eefreahmenl : D Baichelder, Mark B Lyon, P D Wyman MJ Hapgood, Ira Ii Walker, Samuel Stilea, J II Whitney, JG Lakin, A J Simonda, Cbarle Baichelder, E II Hart, Ira 8 Wail, Merrill Cook, C P Philllpi O P Murdick, Alvin Itobbiua.Charle Hunt. Special Police, Calvin Bryant, J G Walker Jr., Newton Lakin, John L Byard. Another meeting it called to be beld al G. K. Davis' ball on Saturday, Jane 7th it 2 o'clock r. u., to more fully mature tbe plana for tho reunion and full attendance ia desired. All ibould endeavor to do what tbey can to make (hi a grand luccea. . LANIM1K0VK, J. It. Haynei and A. Woodward are the jurymen from this town lo connty court thi term. The Ilev. Mr. Gillii returned last Friday from a short lojourn in Canada. He ia looking hale and bearly We had a hard front Thursday, Fri day and Saturday morning. The eronnd waa frozen a little Thuriday and Friday morning. Ai there appears to be a mitlake in the lime ol the meeting of tbe Grand Lodge of F. & A.M., aa mentioned in the list report, we would call tbe attcn tion of othcra to it. Al we uudenlind it it aliould be on the next Wedueiday after tho lecond Tuetday in June. The poperty of tho late A. A. How ell will be aold, both real and perional, tbe real ettate containing about thirty laud, a Dew bou.e built two years ago, new barn built recently, and a good atiop. Alto a good let of car pen ler'a toola, farming tool, household fur niture, ic Who cm 'ell ui why the mill going frora the east tide ol the mountain atop oer 'igbt at Baroumville? Our itage arrives at tbe Baroumville post office at 111-2 o'clock a. ui.,and if we are correct ly informed the train pattei that place al 2:4i p. m. Now whose fault ia it that we cannot get a letter from here lo Man chester Depot and Manchester village the lime day it leavei tbii office? Will aotue one that koowa pleate inform ut. No one it intended to be eentureJ, for we are elljitble to mistake. WiCTII LOXbONUKRKT. Two white Irotta latt week. We bear of no movement at yet in thi lowu to observe Denotation Day. ' II. r... Cunah nf nnr il!.ira i hlackttnitht, baa hired in additional band t0 W0rk i lhe ,oop. j A pirl, of t!x UJiM od geotiewea 5 of Bcllowi Fall were gnett at the Weat j m,er Uooae from Tbortday to Sunday ' morning. Tb, fUH)0t bojo, boatet) mpta. vited to aceammodate tbe railroad work ; kre Ufcil(g eapboniooa ippellationa, .,uca as Myrtle Avenue Hoote, Tamarac j Hoow, I'atiauder't Beat, Maple Dell, Ihe ' Home Coufort, and the Sunny Side. 1 One of the nealett plecel of work- ; maDtbip ever aeea by thia writer ba ast been taraed cat front the ahop of Phelpt j Broa., ia the ahape of a akeietoa wagon B.Am . F C UInln ikJ IrOSfJ bf I C. A.vTUtmaa. I wUU wi Jat 1 poiied and w baUt lor ltev. L. O. ! harbors, tA FerkSotvUe. i t ii t :. I Our band will go to Arlirftoa lo a- j ikt Pott I'ed.er la tbe oUervaace of Decrilon Day, Pertont owing the elat of Ihe late Mark BeoUey thoold rrai tbe "notice" among the advertitementa. j G. W. Bradler rweived a orderj latt week 'or S.iO,CCi wrooiea platet. He ) can turn out 4,tJ per day, aad by work- j ing cigbtt, which he I now doing, he raa nuke .,'. - j AIil.lM.Ui. j Mr. Z. II. CauAeid bt bees qoitej tick for a lew davi pa.t but al thia writ-; ing it to a lo be out a little. We bad aevere bard frol lt week and another one Mouday night of thia week, which will caute mottof tbe gar dene to be planted over again. A town meeting wa beld at loan ball Saturday, Ihe i'ltb intt., which was quite alimly attended. We hear there wa no cppotltlon lo paying the Interest on Ihe bond, now due., -Mr.J. 11. Jud.on.M. II. Demlng and J, K. Batcbelder have gone on tbe moun tain to and a week at the Branch pond tuning. We. thould aay It wouiu be a little cool np there theae fro.ty oigbti. IUaikji'abikks ok Du;i r I'oT, V No. as, G. A. K. I . AkUNHIoN, V'EKMoaT, May 27, 1S.9. J Gin. OkI'IU, No. 1. lt. Tbe memben of thi Pott will re port at 9 o'clock a. m , Decoration Day, at the library roemi, their regular place of meeting. 2od. Every comrade li req netted lo wear tbe G. A. Badge on the left aide of tbe coat. Srd. Comrade Wm. P. Ealon 1 here by detailed lo decorate the loldieri' grave lo the cemetery at West Arlington. 4tb.' Comrade N. L. Andrew i here by appointed Marshal of tbe day and will be obeyed accordingly. 5tb. All comrade of Ihe Poit ire re. quetled lo Invite all Union aoldleri and tailor of the late war who are not mem ber! of Ihe G. A, H. to join with ut in the observance of tho day. Clh. All comradci of the G. A. It. and all invited loldieri should be on bind promptly aud abow by tbelr pretence (bat the old flag ii yet dear to ut, and tint the love of union and liberty wa not laid aside when the Aug wa furled and the iword laid by lo rest. By order of C. A. Bt'NDT, A.A.Ghant, Post Commander. Post Adjutant. 8AMX1ATE. We are glad lo announce that our much respected townsman, Mr. Gilber1 Hamilton, wbo ha been 10 very ill of late, Ii ilowly recovering, under tbe skill ful treatment of Dr. Maynard. 1 It i hoped that all will remember Decoration Day and be on baud prompt ly at 12 1-2 o'clock p. m., ready lo form in procession at the Congregational church and. march to tho cemetery, where Ihe aoldiera' graven will be decorated with appropriate ceremonies, after, which the procession will return to thetshurch for the closing cxercisei of tbe day, which will consist of music, recitation, and addresses by Dr. J. W. Still, of Otsego County, N. Y., and otben Although this it Saudgate'i first atltcmp) (o observe the aoldiera' day, may it be a successful one. We hope all the citizeni ol tuis town will feel it their duty, and all in adioining towns who can will feci It a privilege, to attend, and try to give tribute to those brave toldlerij ; BEULIN, N. T. -Preston'i is tbe place to go to boy a new watch or get your old one repaired, Dr. Sands baa received tbe appoint raentof examining Surgeon from tbe New York Life Insurance Co., for the town of Berlin. A flirty of five person, having im bibed freely, assaulted D. W. Millard's family on Sunday list. One of tbe until ber, Win. Fowler, was put under arresi and trial let down lor June 2. "I don't want that ilaff," la what a lady of Boston said to ber husband when be brought home some niediciue to cure her of lick headache and neuralgia which had made her miserable for fourteen yeara. At the first attack thereafter, it waa adminis tered to her with aucb good rcaulta, that she continued its use until cured, and made ao cutbuaiailic in ita praise. that bhe induced twenty-two of tbe best families in her circle to adopt it as their regular family medicine. That "ntufr is Hop Bitters. at t That tiik.I'honocuaimi can 'bottle op tbe voice aod pis it down (0 future agei is Indeed a wonder, bat Ii not toe reilor ation of a lost voice more wonderful? And yet Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Diacovery tpeedily restore e, lost- voice, cure hoarseness, sore throat, bronchitis, and cousompiion. Many minister wbo had abandoned tho pulpit, by reason of tore throat aud general debility, have, by Ihe use of tbe Discovery, been restored to perlect health and strength. Sold by druggist!. t Alanwtt aalrl4. Ooe of tbe most bandtome, eminent ind tucct selul merchants in the country, after year of suffering frcin dyapepaia and liver complaiul, became melancholy aod desperate. To add to bi trouble ao eruption appeared, wiib disfiguring effect upon bit lace. rbyticiani exhausted their tkill lo hi betaaH, bet failed to afford any relief. Hacked with tbe tor tuenta ol indigestion, and mortified at bis personal appearance, be attempted am ctde. Kind friend interposed, and in doced him to try Sandalini. Tbe effect was wonderful, ilia blood became puri fied, digestion improved, appetite wai restored, all tbe organ returned their function, and bi mind completely re covered it balance. The eruption 00 his face entirely dissppered, his natoral cometinet returned, aod he now enjoys perlect health. It is tbe simplest and suret remedy ever known. Aandaline Lotion is the greatest curative for all erupt ion t and other nanatural diacbargea. Will do just a recommended, ud a di rected, or money re! u tided. Price 11. Atk jour druggist. Providence, Dee. 1, '7. Dr. Gounod, 5 West ltih St., N. Y.: I reply to your inquiry that "eao daiiue'' aud Saadaline Lotion thoroughly and rapidly cured me of ao old aianding eate of barbwr'e Itcb, aod yoa may pub lish ibis. P. O'Miea. Dr. Gounod' great uieUical work, fall of interest, over SjO page. Price 1 1. Send for it . I MIPI 1L TlfTIWOST. MkM Cf the tkei pbytictaB ate iK'wa't tuna ia tbelr dai'y practice bectote it la Ut beat cocgh remedy that ran be made. Now I ihe lime to Bona' Ma hBut Ittma and preveal Dyvjepaia, Bi. rtotort and Jaamiire. which are ao prevalent la the aprmg ontha. Oo'y i5 cent a Uttle. IllSKT X. Jllr!IC' ARKf A am Oil LiiiT I a lAii.i'r reme.lv whkb thould be ia every Uuiiiy. I'ted for Cola. Horn. Scald, llrniwt, Mraint, Jte., it has no equal. ,V 4w iw. a. u. m kiici i'.it aiiiiir 1 warrauted lo relieve the Croup in thir ty tnintitet: To relieve a common cold immediately: Torrlit've a.il.ni at ouce: To care all e-iugbt before ulceration: To core tore throat : To cure hoarn-nett ol tingcra or tpeakert: To a! way itxwen a eougb: To caute the patient lo raite lieeiy : To ilwa produce rel at night : To give tatiklactlon to all who uke it. 46 ,tm ( int. To ail who are anffering from the error and indikcreiiomol youth, nervonwek net, early decay, lo ol manhood, Ac., I will aetul a recipe thai will cure you, Fkek or CiuiiiiK. Tbla great remedy wa discovered by a miktionary in South America, hend a wlf-aildreaaed envelope to the 1U v. Joiki'H T. Ism vs, Mntio l, Kcp Ynrk CHy. Wly vu mail I art Ihtl ! With Miiloh' Consumption Cure you can cure yourself. It ba established the tact that Consumption can be cured, while for Coucha. Bronchitis, Wlioopiug Cough, Asthma, and all disease! of Throat and Lungs, it is absolutely without an equal. Two dose will relieve your child ol Croup, it is plcasatit to take ana per fectly harmless lo the youngest child, and no mother can afford lo bo without it. You can use two thirds of a bottlo and if what we say is not true we will refund tho price paid. Price 10 cts. 50 cts. and 1.00 ner bottle. II your i.ung are ore or chet or back lame ne Sbilob' Porou Plaster. Sold by Wait & Hard, Manches ter and Factory Point, Vt. Have you Dyspepsia, are you consti pated, hive you a Yollow Skin, Lohi ol Appetite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use SHILOIl'S SYSTEM VlTALZEIt. Itia iruaranteed to relieve you, and will yoti coiitiuuo to suffer wheu you can be cured on uch term aa these? Price 10 eta. and 75 cli. Sold by Wait & Hard. Well'i Penian Perfume 'HACKME- TACK" ii rich and fragraut. Try it. Sold by Walt & Hard. al t Don't HIV up Ihe ahlp. When these onl were spoken by our lament ed Lawrence, it mutt have hocu a tok oin time for tboto ou bond, aud probably not a dry ey among them, aering their commander mortally wounded, and itiU giving ordert like tlit above; but not mora solemn than when Uie family pby- tioian iuforiut you that totuo one of your family haa ao affection of the lung which, oegleotod, will eventually terminate in Couiuinptioa. But, reader, don't be frigliteDed or 'give up the tliip' for Dr. Hale, a phyaiuiau of Europe disoovercil a remedy for til dinghi, 0ld. Hoartcoen, Kith cult I'.roilniiK, and all tflectiona of the Throat, ItronchialTube and Lunfrt leading toContump lloii, and C. N. CaiTlKNTow, one of our leading medicioo aeaiert, or no, i piiiu atouuo, new York, behevlug the market retpured an article which waa certuin. Kil't and tare to do tho work. and yet within the reach of all as regarda price, baa purchased theongiual receipt from Dr. Hale and we understand ia telling very large quanti ties of the same, ami ta far aa we bear, It give entire sauafaclion. It ia now told by all drng giatt in New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, New ark. N. Y..Hobokeu. and. in fact, til through the couutrv at DO cents and $1. Oreat saving by rur chiauig lai'iie tins. Depot Ciuttkntow a 7 Hmb Avenue, riew Uora uuy. nw I'ike's Tootiuchk Yaon, euro tu one minute. New lllooil Will Tell, and as Rpriug haa eomo, you noed to take tomo kind of blood medicine Now if your km is yellow, pimples coiue out ou your face and back, eves dull, feel bihou", take oue or two bottles of Du. Hawks s Ntw 1'lood Uuncnr, ami voa win l.e, anrnriend at the cbaime. You will (lush op. cheeks will become red, eyea briuht, what you eat will taste riKht, iu fact you and all others ahonld take s Wood Kemeiiy in ine Bprint;. naa for Db. Bawkss' New Blood Kkmkiiy, aae know it i reliable aud will do as wo eav or mouey re- refunded. For tale by Wait X Habu. ITioe si per bottle. 4 ' S " Poor Alan's ('uuch Cure. . 1 T, .. C,.. ,. 1, 'n ... Mill AtlvA AntlUrSOU B I HUr W1U m Vull,M n,.. your oounh in lest time than any Cough Cure ia 111 Illtl keV, lb D .- .V, ...nw ..,,1 Ai,. rv lu.tflA ia warranted to Irive sat isfaction or money refunded. Trice 25 cents. for salo ny wan a. nam. j-vm The Heat Veil Have yon aeen H. W. Aul A Co.' Foldiso Ea Morrs? They are certainly the moat perfect in. vention for the purpose ever Invented. For years inventors have been taxing their brains to invent something that would effectually and safely protect tho ears and neck from cold, at the tame time avoiding the danger from profuse perspiration, winch the all worsted wrapping! cugonilered. Tint great dcaidemtum hat it lust been found bv the invention of Ten Kiioau Uvrr which ! a muff so arranged as to fit all persons, no mattrrof whit tse. l b mnlTi are nude of silk vtltire, or the nnrat fur of different kinds, and lined with slik. 'lhe manufacturers sie 11, W. All Co., Bloomslmrg, Pa., snd a postal card will bring you circulars fully detcribiug lliene meritorious aiiicma, ai-o eiianiuir nun thev crevent sickness in manv ways. The Com ptny want SKenta, eithir Udies or genta, audit ia one 01 tiiv yen upuiiiuv c.c, uni'i sPrtiAi, KirncKs. I. O. of O. F. Itegnlsr meeting, it Adam'a Hall, on Fiiday Evening of each woes. W. A. ADAMM, Hec't. I. O. of O. T. Regular mce'inga u Haturdaj Evenings of each week, at Adam's Hall ' W. A. ADAMS, W. C. T. T. J. HOYT, Sec t. Ko Jiuine$ Trantacted on Saturday New York Colthing BAZAAR IS HOWE'S BLOCK, Next Door to Drag Store, FACTORY POINT. - VERMONT. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE That the hett place lo ba) clothing it at SCHOENFELD'S The Bett dooda for tbe leatt Btooey. I htvs Jot rttururd from New York w-tu freati goods and have ths tuoat eomplet stock of MENS. YOUTHS AND BOYS' SUITS AND LADIES AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. Railroad Fare Paid cfc aT to raafji&nni, j)rrt.tiir Ut) dollars .lli vt fjcxM, frets ArUiujtua aud JUat L-oraet. i raeu-rr rulat, Tt., Hay ?ti, I'.:, 'tut him A JOHMSQN'S AnyiC4goii- LINIMENT For Mm and Boast. .( its re rssre f"tr llVtsisrfs, ffft-tts, aPswtjjw frsstsri. llwrsts, It-era, TO 6IVE SATISFACTION f". iletla. lartsas, tvtasl f f Skin I4srse. Rh it in trrll trilh the hand. tid sll Snuslaat. IMm V uJ Mi r S-ll A Xic MEMORANDUM HOOK and PENCIL or a pretty RUSSIAN POCKET FAN, to every customer j.nn bsing; tne dollar' wotth tf gcxnla, until June 1st, at BURR & MANLEY'S. Choice Suirar cured HAMS ldlucetl to 8 Cts. a pound for FLOUR--St. Louis Michiiran (lour at a bartraiii. BOOTS AND SHOES-A irood line of (ient's boots and shoes and O.vford ties. In Ladies' and Childrens' shoes a complete assortment at extremely low prices. HATS AND OAPS-Very latest styles, in all grades and prices. TEAS-A good Young Hyson at 25cts. The finest 50 cent Japan tea in town. Oolongs and all other grades and prices. TlX 5 COIlt COUntOl n new, atti action lliU week. Mancheater Depot, Vt., May lOtli, THE LIGHT !tVf if HOME SEWING THE KINU OF AH UCEim. The "New Homo" when once used will retain its place forever. Wo would rcHiioctfully announce to tho iniblic that iIiIb jMiinilur Sew ing machine is now ollc-rud fur fitlc, as being the BEST FINISHED, E&SIEST RUNHIHG & M DURABLE Machine now in the iiinrket. A Mifhino that will do work tmsiiriiaisfd by any other machine. This Machine in ho constructed that the power is applied directly over the needle, thin enabling it to cew the heaient ma terial with unequalled ease. It id bimple in i:omlrneliori, und durable a iron and Rteel can make it. All it wearing parU are ciie-hardened or Bteel, and ingeniously provided with mean tor taking up lost motion. A self-getting needle, and wind the bobbin without having tho machine op crate. So we are justified in Warranting Every I (should bo pleased to show the who will drop me a pottal card or W. C. LAMPSON, Manchester, - . Manchester, Vt., March 5tli, 1879. M. F. GLEASON, Watchmaker and Jeweler till continues to do Brat claa. work in liii line. Hs will fomiau any attic ol clock ir witch from His liiwu.t lo tbe hiaVat K'' at pnc-s that cannot U btn. Us Is also agent lor tns eoltr bratd NEW MODEL light-mmiing Weed Sewing Machine Jacbioe Need lei, AttaclimouU, &c, at srsttlj reduces! rrlna. Call and t then Tbankfai lor psl fttors h scucit a conlin aancn. 411 work ilooe uioauttlv abd warrauted. Bhus ovtr C. ii, Insula htore. fU-ry Point, Vt May lat. I9. CliJOia COOLEY CREAMER Kaperw-dns lsre and aiail btot for sttlli( milk. It requires no milk room, ll retire, c Vtcljr for ou Di. kiCK tn?, ' ttupnre air, do.t or j flirt i aiinl rcf.'U miik i Ht 111 It. It Biakct mof e butter t u rain a ii of ' the rr.am. aod the auiumy Isuirtrt Iass4 by ' snfarat wosthrr. It mate. bOrr UltUr. It rSU labor. It it rua.r. t lialwr Hia'U fcf thit prooess tuck U llioaian i Aoisoal lbs Itustul I nar hia aud WluKt lit niiclxst wu ail tu greal saarkeu. j trtkrnd sisaip fur tu I'lismia ta ! Vermont Farm MachineCo; DrlloMi ratils, Vt. 1 JtLUNKltT I Mn. B. GAUL It ft rmrl bvf i MILLINERY ROOMS p 1 ' al r ?e-w1 ft tuii tw lit if m t 4 (i t k t M"jum lt th DRESSMAKING! M- (1 11 C. lia h Ul. t.v i us If it It. ltaL ti.,t ti -rt lA 1 iiiematief Mm IV ft I1 I KM AH. Fabler Vl . A- r.i li Jt-ll A TTENTION LADIES ! I al. irai-eelfn'-ly ei Ihe atleMi oi tbt , I t.a c( lb s iKuitii t.t the fart thai I ; ,i i!ed a iMUlioeri ai irs M nt failitis r-4-' dtice arid aro rC'.r,..i l. w.rl ,n eea! t.?ililk A I K .1t ew. fiiie ti..t ehae MlKI I IUKXK 1 1 1. U'tt I" Ki-l. Vt , Alio liih. l"t 4"f the next week. 18tU BURR A MANLEY. RUNNING Machine for 3 Years. working of tho machine to any one call on me. - Vermont. Photographs, Psrreotypn, cnulc-d tnd inlarK'd (lieturaa or auUhliiK in my line will b ma le at the (trnsebt rerJud-d i-rtci-H t few weekt longer. Call now and ear. tu cilia l.ri- you will btie lo pay ui-H aumiuer. 1 bas ou hand fur ssla cb.s a large lot of htereoecopee, HlreoM?ipie View., Picture fiames Ac. AImi Klaaaee for tbe new cotioi sla-e pu lure and tome silk vilret nickel ruu trauif a made c-tpreaaly to put ttieee pictures iu. Call and see ttimn st my oi1 ataud noar lay ra.iduhcc, North Mam btreet, Manebiatiir Vl. H. H. AIXEk. Fob J7.1S79. ILLINKUY aT- Mrs. L. D. STOCKWELLS, Tbe ladies w.U find tn !gul assortment of FWINCH AND AMF.UICAN CHII', Leghorn aod Straw Hat tbe n and fancy br: ', ' T .r l.'aeetde" aad other tiaps m aLtde bats. 1 be lateat etylas la a.Su bat. A u Ilowera, Iiitboua, Hatiiil, (jfaoaclifilra snd t,l kinds of Sew ati l Fashiuiiable Miiiiuery Goods At th Lowest Price. A fine tarwty f fancy aru.!e, fcetk luui, a-te. Mi ,:aecr sua iraiiaii x eoik 'I jt.e m it,e taW.l l)it and taoel p(loil uiK.uer. !. I.. U HOLtwtlX ilaifnter, Vt., Anni 2J, if MACHINE !