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( .ft? '?', ' f WIT. Ill i U1.4Y. ZIT. h X alional XU'pttMlcat Ticket JAMM A. GARFIELD, Of Ohio, tot if rastitur. ClJtvS.Ee. A. ARTHUR, Of Nw York. rilktirikitlU. TM-T-t, w. r w. tu ixt. et. w, wr Lt3 I li, tf I-rujw S.t l.t , JAKX. ATtH U4 E B. at Ai listfo . t 4iir it irTTir mm i -tu it not lit ia uu run IIIKIHk. i.vU HaV Ls AP J ke!B i i "" au TJ1KSE RK THK SAME PRINCIPLES FOR WHICH THEY FOlUUT FOR FOUR YEARS. Rir.aa tub net wtlo ro4'b r"VM THUS urt i o ViaalBtt'B A0 PO SOT AHAt ran y. Iivr that rrt iota vT rum!- tut hwih ir tin Din- ii n-ntr.i VVd Hampton, at tbe fur ting In the intwsl of Derftoct alic t am, ry is Vjf g mi, at f-Uotl n, Jot) .'tb Th Rutland ftmne wishr-t I kuow wb it costt muf tor State ei pentts io Vrrntorit thst it la New llsmp- sbir. It." tsif I t, tit oerly ill lifl !!') lM.'li'Jll, IjJ illClUJ U 10 Jrw ibe iiifcrruco our Mte it tlirif j(t J corrupt. Now tbt trudi U til cuuil ripeiiwrt la Xw JUtnp-hue r puidl y county ttx, wbiln in Ihit Mu lLy ro pid Ly the 8uu. Tblt It by fr the Urge! U-ra la the wbolt litt cf expentet. Take thia out and llwoolJ Iriog oar t'ale ti ppDtfli cooi Jcially blow Nmw IUtnp-fUrt-. lo cornpariug alatea it ia fair to luclude ouly tbo aamtclaM ofeipcnaea Iq cacb. TDK 'I PIIIB" UtHUCMtCV, Tbo New Jrej Democracy bat noirimalcd for governor toother of lie "tuptrU" kind of demucrett wLo baa no ay tup tlli y with "iiboemakere and Hattera." Vcnoout baa juet diepoted ol one of then ''nopcrb" democrat?, and the olid north" It ouly waiting lor the 2d of November to "poliah off' the auperb presidential candidate of the "aolid 800111." Tbo "upbeib"ldeaof a 'aolid aoaib' don't com la work. Mr. I'cnjuiiiii' Butler, whom Dom allc j'Hiinti'a ha for yeara delight--d to Ch'l ' I cmi" Butlor, "ailrcr apooo tbivf and otli. r teodcr aod oodcariog epitbeto, Gliding that bia rag baby tihow did not lake itb the people, baa Uodcd ia the boeotn of the Democretio party, "boola, body and brcecbet," and baa bvto received by them into full comuiuiiloo. But Mr. Duller telle joat at big Ilea aa ho did when be claimed t j be Itrpublir an. Io a apeech in Bol ton the other night tie arrtcd that be r '.lrnmanded a New England legion of f OijO, which wont to the gull, and that in Uio wlio'o 0,000 there were not 600 who ever voted the Republican ticket. There were two Vermont regiroeola in that legion and we would like to wager the gereral that there were more than 1000 Republican in tbeae two r'gi-nent. HOW MKW YORK ( CIRUllD O THK DKHVCntCt. Unfortunately for the Dtmocrallo I rty, the Wallace Congrettioo.il la eti,tiiig Commute.' recently got a'oun I Ui New York, aul unearthed the ?el niiir.ili7.4ti.o liatida of 1S68, the mI t. uli uf wbicti are felt even to ti iliy. John I Davenport, Chief StiptrrvUor of hlectiona lit NewYork, ippoii.U'4 under the Federal Election Law. wa under examination. In lidi Mr. Davcuport wa employ rd by the Union League Club lo iovet t'gato llico frauda aod bo baa devoted a good chare ef hia time iince to that work. He tclla the committee that ia 196 o Iota than 61,000 fraudulent certificatre of citizeriahip were ittued and that ao naked waa the crime that aomrt 20,000 of them were not evea re cordod? Ibtae wholesale a at or alia a tioa proceedin(r began la 1S66 before the iofamou Jodgo Cardoco, a Demo cratic I ol, aod were cootioeed ia 186? before Cardozo'e fellow ia I of amy and uWrvieuce l jIVmocracy, Jodge Mc Cunn. In lSuS, for ibe Crat time in iu bUtor y, the Suprrme Court waa opened for tbo iu of naturaliialioo papera. In the aupreme coort there were Uaoed in December, in one mo la 26 12. eert:6catea; while lo January 1669 th leputy Oeek of the Court foond lime lo ikeue 27.89. Ia the Feprcma Court before one fodgt there were ie ue) la iteo daya io October 18GS, tS.SIT eertiScat. .fearly all the jedjee who Uaoed theae eertificalea fouod Itme to do ao without totpeadiog their ordinary duUMt, aithoogh the car t ficile work aloee. If hooeatly i CQt 1, e!'d . r atuethiag more than twefty f ur hoart work each day. In h',9 letaeen aod 3.000 per.ba appeared before Mr. Deveo pwt aiid orteadertd theae falae papera and male affidavit u to how the ob taioed them. Of theae 1.000 men had voted oa the paper for eight yera. Th t were eiJer!fy eer age whee they arrived ia thia eoeatry f.m futty lo any year cf agejt fcv were aatara?ite 1 aa mitora, with- i J. tSariijj il tir ti.tesUoe. In IS"S t- uottber tf traadalcut crUea'ea j.'gittered wan rs!eeed to 3.15T, a trsJatt 1,W9 la 1ST. Mr, Paver-ort tritU f .r 8,10 fcoldrr cf taper. exd pretefttftd a" rfxr.t 1.249 float oi;tf, ii la ikMruM it was 1x4 Lia lit'i tkne of It I. IS" jtfvcar4 aw papera Nor did IW yw Twk til eosrU cotfiae ihtir 'l'n?ittoo to Nw Yt-ik And al ' 14 ' ' r t foooiir. They tlur!ii.fd Bitty proes in N't Jrty at, J the olbr-r Hale. Mr. Davenport depoaed loathe krew cf the aeigur cf 3.0&0 cfrtifka'c contracted to be delivered in Cvboectk-ut at 19 ceuu etch . They ere tixtii by lit n.Uce. VERMONT ELECTION. "I'UT VKRMONTKItS AlIKAl) AND KEKP CLOSED V1" C4RRTTHEHEVS TO MMHE. THK MKUKST MAJORITY AT A .STATE RMXTIOX FOR TEN YKARS. .V deapatch received jual aa we goto praia glvea the reaolt In a majority of lie town whiob lodieatea that Vrn ham haa 26,300 over I'belpa aod a ma jority of 25.000 otr both I'be'pa and lleaib. Have heard from 21T town. reoiiiugtun County ha dooe nobly in thia coutett aod hat made more Re pub icau gain than any other county ia the Stale. The following i the result in thia county a far at heard Irom : Firobtm. H't. Loaa. Onia. Arliogtoa 204 172 V ltenningtOQ 682 625 231 Doraet ' 268 179 88 Landgrove 64 7 8 Manchester 847 102 64 I'era, , 101 31 6 Uupert 138 11 31 Saodgate . . 109 6T 37 t:bfubry 205 . 10G 71 Punderlaod 62 68 19 Wioball 122 15 23 V.'oodford 84 60 2 We have uot received full reloroa In regard to the county ticket but there waa very little scratching and tbo whole ticket it elected by ao iocreaued majority. The repreaeotalivei from towns in thia county at far aa beard from are: Maocheater, D. 8. Wi'aon ; Dorael, O. E. Whitney, Reru, M J. Qapgood ; Wiuhall, D. C. Ilentoo ; Sunderland, A. Webb; Arlington, M. U. Demiug; S'ltftalury, Miio I'ierce; Landgrovc, W. Abbott, Beiiuington ; K. F. Abbott; Saudgale, 0. Woodward, Rupert, K. II. Boobe, Woodford. T. J. Mallory. All Rnpublicana but Webb, Woodward aod Mallory. DKNOCHATI IN THK HKBELI.IUR, The Argut and Patriot alioka to the assertion I hut there were more Demo cralio union eoldicrt io the war ol the rebellion tbau Republican with a perti nacity worthy of a bettercauee. In ita I ax I ianue it copiea from the Boston QIAm the following table showing that 13 alave atatea furnished more troops than IS frte ttatea: TkirUaa Frot lutm. Vila 71,111 h.w Himpbir M,6.1 Veriauol . SiMi 1 blrtcao 6Ut SUtci. Mlitoori 199,111 Ktntaehr 70.7S Virginia ( Wot.). ,S2,0 hhods I.Uod TcnDHtea BBctcb.... 7.37i Marflaaa ..&0.316 Hmnou uvj Iitiu 40.11 CilifufDi. 15.7S Dvlftwirc ..13.S70 .. 89 .. 8,2'il .. 6 lil .. 2,3 .. i.m 1,6. ... Hi ArktnaM Loaifitn Narlb C'uolina. AUbaru Finl 1S ..... S 9 NrlKukk CM us. . , Ir t.aio 1 ,0w Tnu 79.319 Hi,ii .i Tut.l ....i:ca Totj.. .4 '2,'Jfl m,t s Pnim-lKd by ! ut .... fin Ubrt bj rrlU i'lC.'Ui tif rai.ct tu fnr of iUU .... U.Oit the Sta'e of Miaaouri ia credited with almost 200,000. Io 1860 the tlafe of Miaaoari bad a little more than or. million of white population and this would make one aoldier for every five of the population, wbicb everybody knowa no tate or nation could furtiah. Betide everybody knowa that Miss ouri waa evenly divided on the que tioa of the war and only lb moat prompt action oa the part of Gen. Ly on prevented the a late from voting it self out of the union. A itwa the Governor aod a very large p?riioa of the State militia armed wiU govern ment rifle joined the coo fra racy and many other collated oodef that flag. Thia would make the number of aoldier furnished both aide about one In three of the population, Thia of course ia an utter abeardily,, How coatee it then that the Stat ia credited with ao many troop The ana wer ia very easy. The whole militia of Ike atat u en rolled aad armed for ae'f-defenie bat c-iold aot be called to to oat of the Slate, When (o actoal eervice they drtw the aue pay at other aoldier. Tbi enrollment waa made each year and ofcouree the list waa repealed ia the record of the department. They were aot aoldier ia ths ordinary ac ceptation of the term aod oaly a email portion of ihaa ever it asy actual eervic. It la perfectly aafe to aay that M'caouri did Dot furnish 60,000 anion eo'.dier ia actual aervlee. Ia regard to the other aUlea men tioned nearly the earn thing it true While we were io Memphit, ia 1863, three regie-eat of elate troops were formed foe the defence cf the city. Ia tbce regiseata mere than one half the ctere and nesily ote ta'f the mtn had tea ia the cbfderat army, got tick of it and retaraed to the city. They sd to laegh aWot the aaoeet f'f r vk they tr. j.J l-e Ifkily la do Li rcU Earn, if ra: rd osl. ani wheo, .v-a after, l'oret male a raid ielo the c.ty d;H a maa io the regiaea lilted a hand to drte b!ta c-wt. Tbi was the kind of trop furnished by the t-order staU-a. We do not tnraa that there were not w ood tvldtcr furbished bet the aot ,f item were militia, or ttate troop, an J tboogh they were on the toll at the War Department they were ic!ly no t-rlter aotdier than Fa!l tlafT famou legion. It (a with such men of straw aa ibcee that the Dera ccrat bow aerk to tffet the t rare soldier of the North. Cujcaoo, July 2rtth,lS80. Ih-ar Mr. : ScveotyJre miles up the Pcahtigo River from it mouth a amaH stream cs led "Medicine Crock" C ja luto the ruain river from the norlb-eat. The tributary ia a clear, cold.aaiftty flowing brook and formaoy mile leaps and foama over a rocky bed, interlaced with fal'a aod cascade. The water io the river, for a dis'ance of fifty feet below ibe juuetion of Med icine Rrook, ia clear and deep aod at thia aeason of the year Ibe pool is a grand reodesvous for trout. They run up the awift rapid of the lower Reshli. go and alrikiog the oold water of the tributary named, go no farther, at least till ao'umn. The spot I have named furuishea rare sport to thetspertaogler if visited at the riht seaaou of tbe year and when- the water ia at a proper etage. It ia known only to myself aod a few friend and annually I vUit it. On Monday evening, the 19th lust., (this day week) at I o'clock, after a long aod tiresome day' journey over rough road, I pitched my tent oa tbe wet baok of tbe Pesbtigo directly oppotile the mouth of Medicine Brook. A few momenta later a light balleau, brought along In an extra wagon, was launched Into tbe stream, and with a friend" I poshed noifcoleerly across the brook, then, dropping down to tba detp pool, clinging o'oaely to the eastern ehore, anchored my boat soma thirty feet from tbo willows aod alders which grow at this point closo to the waters edge. - " -.. I held ia my band the 8 or. rod, reel and Hoe presented by you some months since and upon the six foot leader were tbtee of the flies from the book , you gave me. At the first cast I had a rine and booked a trout which upon being landed weighed a pound. That eveniog and the following morning my friend and myself caught eighty trout from that one deep hole and without moving bur boat a distance of twenty feet while fishing. One (the largest) weighed 1 lb ; one, 1 1-4 lb; and about thirty weighed 1 lb. each. The average weight of the entire catch was a triilo over j of a pound or 63 Ibe. for the 80 flsh . la all my life I never had finer sport and I merely write to say that I am fairly in lovo with tbo rod and its equip ment and to thank you once more for the present. Ibe trout were nicety dressed soon after being caught and packed in ice brought aloug especially for the pur pose, and I got them borne (Chicago) in splendid condition. Had tbe weather been cooler and bad I known just where yon were I should have snot tbo entire catch to you by ex press. I have written the above thinking you would be glad to know of my suc cess in the Erst trial of the Orvis rod. During August and September I expect to test it ou the big trout which I am told I shall find ia the stream of south western Colorado I expect to travel in the Gunuioon couulry and among the Southern States. If I should cbance to secure a four or five pound trout you would be likely to learn of it. Very rospectlully, . Wa. E rTBoxo. MKW ttlilU HOt'TK T(l KkOltlDt, wiTcitoss k Jacksonville baii.boad. There are about one thousand hands at work on the Waycross A Jackson ville Railway, and others being sought for aod coming from all directions. It is proposed lo have traina running to Jacksonville by January 1st. Patten ger train and engine have been con tracted for and are being constructed, to be delivered by December 1st the locomotive from both the Rogers aod Baldwin work, tbe paaaenger train en gines having seventeen inch cylinder, twenty two inch atroke, five and a half feet driver. Tbe time from Jackson ville to New York will Lo made ia through cars in 36 hours; Charleston, 10 hour; Savannah 6 hour. Three daily paaeeoger trains via thia route to Jacksonville two from Savannah, aad one 1mm Macon. Tbe roadway aad equipment of tbia line will be 6rat-claas o every respect, and the beat that money can buy. Machinery ba been placed in posi tion in the tbopt at Savannah that will enable them to complete 10 freight cara per week . v ll, lltUlll( . Itrael Joott, of Franklin ttstiou, Ohio, bst a sou whom tbe doctors had give op w iib Diabaiet. Us applied a Dar's Km xtr Pad, w tea bt commenced to improve and It oow ab'a to gt oat and eltead to bit work. . Ltma E. I'lXiHAHi Vk ktaiui Com MjIu revive the fropibf tpiiitt; iurig- oratta at. J barmoaiws the orgsnta inac tions; give elasticity aod firmsess to lb step, restores the natural lustre to thteye, and plant u the pale cbetk of beaoty tbe fretb roatt of Ufe't tprlog aod early tnnitnerjtim. 172 w It 1 tbe aoiveraal cry a!l over h Irtd that X.toda.'1'e Spavia Car i a poaiiiva car. Head their AvmWeaseat. Crattlal, Oo'orti&c aad taslaiaiaf la tneaul or i-fcytictl waket are at sit till-Mr All mho bars aaed Ifetta asy, ibtr is noiblnj to 0 coir4 iib bs( fUl lra. M,iCMin To Diihtih.. A liiead cf oora bearing it aaid that all famous dicoeiieahv a aaocameet, remark ed : Yea, all bat an; tha discoverer of Unghi' Disease. Buttbar i a man, Wn. . Ciark, ol Providence, R 1., who u entitled to a rabaomeat, for ha make a mediciue that cui-es Bright' Disease, and all diaea'ea ef the Kidney Liyer, Hladder, and UriDary Organa. It i called HUNTS RIMF.DY.lhe Great Kiduey and Liver Medicine. Sold by all Druggists. Trial siae.'i cent. a PitlM Umtf. We i not In tbe habit of puffing any sort of patebt medicines la our eolninna, fur tbe busiuets r.f a nea ipsptr is t tat people know what is a-'lng on la tbe world, aod ito: i lend aid la what awry ba aa Imposition. Uut w btppta la kuow Dr. Dtvid Krxatdy ef Itoudoat, N, Y., and on prrsoosltf testify tola exctleuee l tbe utediciu wbicb ths doo- toe call "F.voi ili Remedy." Aod if a word cl ours wi'l ei tostt aa)bodv lo usa It, anil lliiu find i e ii-1 fiorn mffjrlrg, no peisoi ai eti queue shall biuJsr as from st)iiitiii word. For dlMtkit ol tba blood, kfilni ys tnd Kiwols it bas no rqush We iii il m t b alilinui ii fur fire liiust tbe d Ur lt.i Ii fs. !. Patty Time. AH HTiHU8HKl JiKMKDT fHlWNS' Euxik bat besu wi(ll known anil used at a cong b remedy lor filty ysara. No other cough tuedicine bss stood the teat for ball tbi leagih ol time. 1 be people land by tbat wl iob Is good. Da. UaxTEit'S MsKuasKc RiTrau are purely vegetable tha product of lb hill and valleys. ( Wabbahtko. IIimrt Joiixso' Aknioa amd Oil. Linimkmt I wrrnied to please ail woo use It. '. . .:. . . . Tba most confortable boot la town : Is that wiib Lyoa's I'aieat Matalllo Heel blilfenere. ; ; . ,. .- " ' s War Tnallsig A Cat. A bad Cold wilt ran lu coarae of about ten daya, aod, may end iu Con sumption and death, unless some means are employed atone to preveot it Many a useful life' haa' ' been saved to tbe world by tba prompt oa al JJr. ft. G. White's Pulmonary Elixir. When sensible ol having, taken Cold, com mence at once taking th Elixir accord ing to directions oa . bottle, sod job will soon be well. , s Have Wutau's Raman or Wild Ciiku8T always oa band. It cures oooglis, folds, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Croop, Influeuxa, Consumption, and all Throat and Lung Complaints. 60 cents and ft per bottle. 161y The Pkbcviak tftutT has cured tboos mill who were sufl'ering trout Dyspep sia, Debility, Liyer Complaiuii, Rolls, llamois, Female Coiuplahits, cte. 1'sin pblelt tree lo any aildiesa. Setb W.KowIe & 80ns, Boston. 161 y Tha Vltal Halt la., JnJsll, Mich. Will aaisd tbtlrestearsud Mattro-Voltaic Bflt to the afflicted opoa SO dsyt trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. . . They mean what they say. Write to tbm without delay. ' . - . 271y ESTABROOK Has Oysters for Sale by the Qallou OYSTERS by tb plats, sitlier raw or oooksd to ordar. Also Sweet Potatoes. Cranberries, Grapes BsDsoaa, Oranges, Lemons, Pssoats, sad other fruits ia 4hsir ssaaoo. Best Brand Cigara and Cigarette Large Stock Fresh Confectionery DECALCOMANIA AND EMBOSSED SCRAP PICTURES. Largsst 8 lock In BsanitRto Ouaat?, tltrssl from liuporteis, Cbepr Ihaa Kar. 200BOCKS TO LOAN. Bitot s, Rt.ii.irurr and sthrr arllulf snltsbl for flnlidat I'rcaonls. Laal bt tf't laat I'sls brook's toe Croat, snad Jr0 tteab errata, always hand or aiails wor. Oail anil gal aa Orttsr guw aatl taks tons horns wtlb )oa. Old Plsvs OHori(t Dr. Clf Diont. Faotort PolT. - YEOMr. Fsctory roint, Vt i Oei 1J. 1179. ' " JVOW IS THE TIME id got taost ' Old Clothes Colored And Cleaned op for Sa as mar Wear. ... .;i.- " . It will Bat tbats took as wall aa asw sad aavs ba-lntv Ws tball Ssad s DOS' as'art as an weak daring lbs priu. All solrs wsrsaMsd fast and icaarrsnies i lo aatUfas.ioa. Urssaaa sboal ba npt4 bafora djriat, bslssala aats sad atbsr (owls esa b 474 witbaat. w. a. iiauni. ' Hi' . 1 Aoxrasi Oflos, MaaobaaUr. Vu. Arll lOlk.lSTS. 47lf H, S. ALLEN, PHOTOGRAPHER . ( . j . .( ,.Aa Photographs, ' Tintypes, " ' ' Slereoaoopie Views, Oopie and Enlarge Pictorea Ae. Moosss aasr rsaidsnca, florin-Malt HL, MA.NCHtSXKtt. - ' - TIBaOfTT Maaabtstsr ft. Ma Ml. 17. Chaa. W. Stewart, Osaaral Aaai fur aaataara Tsrssaat fir DECKER BRO'S Celebrated Pianos tuu tut. ... WEBER'S PIANOS The Worldllleitowned ESTEY ORG AH. (la baa Waa a nwetical smtsasa la lbs aa- a'tctata W aaioai iHtnaaacas, bs feaewat isvalrtatasl wbsa aa sas u ssd auaaa ai a lKa at tba aaasafacortas. biSMalf. ats ml aail ibaaa aa abasf sa a ba aU sad arrsaws-arriasLratbsei. aeaiastiatainssia CUES. W. STEWART, Ct. Aoai? ExATTLtaoko, Vtuiorr, tt Or t iksiorasti.(eV atssaJusts yr. WILL OPEN this vkxk a t r New Prints, NEW CAMBRICS, New Dress Goods, w WW Blind, NEW BLACK SILK FRIXUKS, BLACK SILK GIMPS, HEW CLOAk ORNAMENTS, GERMAN KNITTING YARNS, This ysrri is very serviceable. Caahmere KnittinK Yarn. Call ' and see DR. .WARNER'S .1.; -. .; .. ; ' FLEXIBLE HIP CORSETS ! the Lest Corset for the price ' ; ever show by iiu. Cone & Burton. Vanchealer, Vt., Aug 18th, 1880. SIEGEL'S FACTORY POINT Clothing Store. I WILL SELL CLOTHING FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS AT GREAT Reduction in Prices Far the purpose of closing oat light aud medium weight of - li la Mens, Youths, Boys and Children's ,'- ' Site. U will gin yat as a import nnUy la laj a salt , cbsapar ftin at any Imi Uf.ira . A LARGE STOCK OF Llnon Coats, Alpacas.' " Flannels, .. :) Linen Votlert, Mohair Dusters, UNEV AND WHITI M AIUAILES , TBars. Aa swtiraly asw stork af CASHMERE AUD WORSTED V , ,( S XT IT S( -fi jt rttslsadof th i laUtst stylea GREAT BARGAINS IN ! Straw Hats, REDUCED FROM $1 25 TO W CTS. A Foil Line of GENT'S FURNISHING COOD3, gas Uaadrlad aklrta, wblla aai OolutaJ, bkl awdsrwaar. asd a rr? alaaaut aWrk of task au, anrfa, ti. arsrf ptna, aiads. sollsr bl taa. alawaa baitoha, Kaat Mai eultara, silk baadkrrhlff, of ( diSsrcnl (jotlHin fur Uiias aad faUasa, and aaaatjr utaar srbtslaw toe as SMTixas la Buaua. DON'T FAIL TO CALL ad raaatas balbar bvsuus tbaa sayoas shM wU!gm)a THE ONLY CLOTHING hTORE BE TWEEN RUTLAND AND BEN-. NIKGTOM. A. SIECEL. HOWE'S BLOCK, FACTORY POINT Factor; fUat, Tl.. July, la MM. tJM Saxony SUMMER 'JJNPARALLFXED StCCESS aw Vaa White Sewing Machine!! Is tbs lUr.: jut uf Us raiauaos Us aalas sawuBi k M.H.VJ JJa.Oim,, No other Machine Kvrr Had each a Record ol Popularity. Il Is irr llitlit rinnics. ll lial s il.mbla fad. It lataawr tu nnvtarauuil auil Isaa liatils to (at al af w ilsr Ihaa any olfaar. Every Mechise Fully Warrenled for Five Year By W A. ADAMS. Afaal, PaeUtry Total, Tl. TR0YJ1ES 10 CENTS A MONTH. DCUXO TBI CAMPAIGN, , . ' OR $L PER YEAR, FOR THE TROY WEEKLY TIMES SAMPLE COPIES FREE., . ' J.V. TBaHCM itiCtsilt.' a.ti . ,ur, " Trsf M. T. jr. rjv.-vis & son, MAMO'ACTDRKHt Of ARf) DKALtk 1 1 STOVE, TIN 4 COPPER WARE, GLASS WARE. WOODEW WARE, See' No. 8 wood cook tlove without reaer- ., voir, No. 8 wood cook stoves with reservoir, ISO. 8 second band wood cook stoves Vo 0 wood cook stoves without reser voir, No. 0 woedcook stoves wilh reservoir, we. V second band wood cook stoves. No. 8 coal burning cook stoves without reservoir, M. 8 coal burniug cook bloves wilb reservoir, N. 8 second band coal burning cook stoves. K. coat buratog cook stoves without reservoir, Na. 9 coal burning cook stoves wilb reservoir, No. 9 second band con! burning cook stoves. New parlor wood stove, New parlor wood cook stoves, Secobd band parlor wood stove. New parlor coal stoves, . New parlor coal cook stoves, Second band parlor coal stoves. We can sell you smsll box stoves, . Wa can sail you Urge box stove, " " ' We Jean sail yen . second band box stove. We can sell yoa stoves fo; cash, We can aell yon stoves on time, We want all the good interest bearing noiea we can gt. ' We cannot afford ta giva aa ay stoves, We eonnnt afford to be chested ont of love. ... , ,' We do uot want any alow notes tbat cannot be collected, r , ' , if yoa want to buy a atove, If you want lo aell a stove, ' If yoa waot to trade stoves, - - . - OA IX VfOV ' J. DAVIS Sc SON, Manchester Depot, s Ycrmoot. J. N HARD'S DRUG STORE. BA8E BALLS AM) B ATS,C a large aaaortaaeat. Cheaper thao aver. Croquet Sets, , right mallets aad balls for $1.25. ORVIS' FLIES aod all kind of flah. log tackle constantly on baad. STisKoaoorio Vuws, Caisa Cir, Vasis, Ao., Ao. PARIS GREEN and WHITE HKLLIHORK, death to I'ola to Hufrt nd Currant Wornis. The eaaal complete atock of Drag, Chemicals, and Patent Medicine, oafcUe)Bary. ('liars, Ahli ' ' C ICE COLD SODA WATER, all for tale at J. N. HA!.D'3 DRUG STORE, Mancheater Village. ataatbrtKir, Tt., stay SsS, tvA t Al lv r.i. lj (la), a .Ur,lrWKr.tn4 I'm, J.-ba Vt . Miirrl.icc. At i':si!, -r -, k t''. taxi Wn:.! .liiil U' ikar i ai a. btU .4 al sldViillttiia1 H'tl (SH I i A t 4lt riiivtft, Jjl'KR AND HVRTON .KUINART Man tiotrr 'nuiant. A Boarding and Day School for Ladle and GeuUeatra. Srra IS a I'aotacia nf t TuU h.-atit v' sMa at ti-tl.tf4 1a.l,r fa, fa It tra. tra.l t- a a ! am t. thutmitlt )t.!m u.t hi.giiab ilt Sitamal a!..iitr...n (S- ,-la. a. an J t. Has 1r.ar4 I f 4irjr. 1 Ua nl I l-uliM tvl to.t si ll.s I. mis a r.it. laaa ... V. i,.(it. A nt ml i"'l 1' lor b.irf, r.xiua.ir mhrt u,..iuil...ii, a. 1, !,a ITtar 1 tl, A i.t t.i I tiirMitnra ht fj.r rniKH. !atf hta'ar, Vl , Juia Tib. 1mm. I J M PORTA NT TO DAI RYM KNT PiitMii'U hi liarp It'ri II. I rtl ballar C., t-.t.m-laittiiTi l. N. Un.wii A l a, " t t'u N. I , aiii a.. si tiibpr, llutata imH.ia Mi..l li. ai il it la in fart. H e unly pnralr -.-labia raitaiaiioa ill tii n.nk.'t . F t bMils t-iartanii il i,J tmutt tclutnlaj If l. at aaUafaa t' tut aa.s I t Slf ). N 11AHD, llaucbtatar, Tl. Jt'ARM FOR MAl.lr A il.a na a fatm (.l.a.anllf Iiala4 lulls turn l ira tillaf., ntainm( IliO Si-rn amlabl, ll til in... iaainta ami tl laniL ith gnat aaar S'Al.ai at.il avuoR a nii larl. I'll.. Il."i.i. ots ba t ran iriixia aa aai (aa. Api if u uf i.tilrrat- J II. HlalOSI'H, fata. Vl. VOll .SALE. Ooa ul A. W. Oraj's (Ini S TWO HORSE 1CACIIINES tr1brabir( IMI OIiilc -r!tt an4 sawmt ooit; sla.1 ONE CIRCULAR SAW. cbsap fur oaali or part trada. l.U. HAHROW. . Itsat. Ti., An. 3ib, UXA lia ' rilK, FI N EST ta t moat ai u.' tn ilix-a of BOOTS AND 8HOES IN CENMNUTON tXV(iTT AT i HAFGOOD'S, PEEU. Ksry srMots wiriantail IHMmit l. aa. "a battar boot sold si aaj pnaa tbaa ooia si II Tt. A OEN'IH WANTED Tu lata aubanri(itiiius fur tbs IMEUNATIOXAL UKYIKW ths Ulatl and bsat Awarii-as patiltaaiion, af lbs kiKbtat claai", aitb urijinal suutrtbausaa fruai ths must twlttrall writi'rs la atrry cianlry. lulled bw I. T. I oro. Jr., sa llaara l:,nl Loilna, gsnlkmaa vl Ilia bltbaal stlaiaaiasit tnd rullurs, sad bia otni'S srs aloss aaSl oiautlRiiarsnly ct lha Katiiiw. Aloaia briK tit, raadablt asd ll.aliorllt.; aoa niimolilali Ia litaralura, 1'mrta.tlta la ''. i.nasetarian iS raUgms tad InclasSiriiUsi It fit. ilira. , I'rtcr, 60 cf an s uuml.a; (.1 (0 s far, A sssa plrla Agflit'a Uultlt a-r.t oo raraipl of II SO. tpacinion oiipr a.nt In ant t'ltlrraa for II rssts. A, & KAHKIH A til . I'Ubli'hars. 1M0. lit A) 1.1 William Bl., Naw Tort. X080. Citizen's Lino. 1000. STEAMERS BETWEEHTROY&NEVYORK I.tsta 1 iu? dtilf, tu rpi SalorUaa at I r. av or tin arrival ii'i v.,i.n. 1 1 ulna , Hunlj at I r. -. I iiit, II M. KlriUKlnD tirbata ta law Vsrk aft return, only fit Klaganl raaras, asl ti. Itraular iliiilrt.s liitur rallrntd tirStSa rm lnr paaaairs, laulmtint tat rm m Swilh 'Ipw lictala lo l'bl sdeluliia. !ta ilini'ira aad VTaaltus- lua auld oa tbs ttuamara and bactags r(aat1 lroora. Ti nnaan (Irurn and ralsra, I5.lt. Tip llriuliton Dram and fattrs, m SB. Hourlt trin ma do t) I r t-1 from Diliaas'a It a a I lar. Naw York. In all Co Off laland rasaila. O W. HURKiN, Oati. Atrnl, Trsy, V. T. Cs j, W. Gitiai w Of n. Ta. Ak I. Mia THE New York Sun FOR THE CAMPAIGN. li'K Wmi.t M it will la f mud s nrrful tsi llinj lyall mho ars rarntiallr mnrHug for lha raforin of tlia ISalional (lotrrnmrnt, Ilali.tiag I tiat lbs ttil alurh bats ao Iodk baaal la. sttnntry.rsa bsrnrfd only b s rbanna or tbs parly In powtir, TnK Hi rarnrntl)- aiipiorls ftit l'rsaidnat and Vics-l'ruaiileul, UiHtXM.t and Eta Lit II. In orilir that all tlioan bo a.tnipalbiss with oor parpoas may moat atndp&Llroo-oiarats auk tia, will at-nd 'ins Ni:chi. hi to rluba, sr siiiftls aabaurumra, p't nldnt (w-fi.(iyir cmlS for lbs tiaa thrat uiontlia. Adtlmas TIIK TJN, Ksw Yoai Cit. .fll a ECONOMIST, OI'EN JIR8KKV0IH, Non-Explosive Oil Stove. , ; .: y . i ' This titta la el a. p. psiraaUcd Is t-a tbaa lilelt ', and makfa s si! atln af caal sa fual, etpri'iall; iu amni aaaibar. 'try II. - I. YOf 1. factory Ppiul, tl.. Hi; Sfiib, ll-0. . yy&L TnLlJAFs"tH, " still s.uitlooa tba Bianutn lui a bl allkinda of HARNESS WORK tt tbs old stand tnd will audi nti-r lb oiats It far tbs lull rit.t sf sll bo utti Koudt la vat baa la anil. I t MAKE HOST OF OUK lWM UATUaft In lbs old fa.liioi.ad aay. Ws alao a.a Sbssa al tbs llost Oat HUk. Cash PaidforHidesandSkins An assortment of Wbipt, Olankelt, Jte. ' Constantly oo Ilsud. Parsasaadin akinsto aallorlsa allltakt (raal aars iBskluinnt. aCat akiaa art not wnMk tsaaia. liura.l. Vl,M.i&ib. iy tl tit Y)t D. ROURN, Manchester Depot, Vt, STlU. atAblriCTVSSS ASt KEKPft FOH SALK FURNITURE OF ALLKINDS Matrasses, '.-f t -- ". . Spring Red, Ac, Ao, FOR SALE CHEAP- . ' " '' Oit Bis t sail. S , . 0 t llODIiH MasebsaUr t.pot, Tt , Jao. )Vlb, IrBV. KIM Wheal Bitters pw.fAayi) ur WHEAT BITTERS C0I.1P.li,, MWdlebury. Vt. Contain More of tbe Nutritious Health Giting Phosphates Ihaa aay other preparation ia the toaiket. It autka ai.', ft, faiu tadl(aiiua, trys. fapaia,ta:a stid ftatai ltnir, i,tbda,iaa S kaattsy aciaa uf lbs Ijtcr s t.oatja, tad will ba ft.aa4 lata uatl. la all I'aiawaai, a a I ffi.tbial dilimliita, I"i-cals atakir taraibg , a i.tl.af., sr a-a.-f tl.i' li.u. fa a Sr.d as ica. an, ql ' tbis aiiLu; t ia 4 aad Linalibis l l ta.a if drt'a-i.'. j ,a: nd al HAfctt'a Drug (or, UiitLtaier and at Illy Wait'a, Factory Poloi.