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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1880.
Jj$nMnmm cP $onnmh WKDNKSDAY, JUiW 7, 1880. Orgniilzlng for tho Cnmpnlgm The mcmben of tlie Hepubltcan atate commtt tee elected at the reccnt tato conventlon held thelr fint mectlng laat nlght nt the I'UTlllon Tliere were prenent llons. George Nlcliolfl of Northfield, U 1'. George nt West Fairlee, E, J, Ormabeeof llrandon, C S. l'flgeof llydermrk, L. 0. Greene of Woodstock, J, J, Eatey of Brattle boro, U, S. Tatt of Burlington, and C. K, Iinton of Guildhall. The cominlttoo orRiinlr.cd by elcct lng IIod. George Nlchol m rhatnnnn, C. 8. Tnge as aecretary and treaurer, and an eiecutlve emimlttee of five, as follows: Goorge Nlehols, C. S. Tftge, E. J. Ormsbee, lt. 8. Taft aud Jnllu J, Kr-tey. Tlie commlttoo expreMed n determlna ttou to proRecuto an actlvo cntnpatgn ln the atate, and are very wingulne of an lncreaed Kepubllcnn majorlty for the tlcket lo Septomber. Currcnt Mcntlou. Thankm to CongrcMman Jojce for valuable pub 11c docutiieuU. Urv, Okoiuik S. Gcerxsrv wlll preach ln Emx Center next Sunday, July 11th. Two denlrable tenements for nmall familles may be found by loqulrlng at thls ofllce. John R. Dlakklf.y, oo pUcatorUl plcasnres bent, It Btopptng ln towu for a few dAjs. Initiation of ofiicers by the Kntghts of llonor At thelr hall thla evenlng. Ixt every momber be preccnt. I). & W. Tildkn of Barre are prepared to do wool cardlng for thla and nelghborlng communl tles. See advertisement. lKHKiK Hall of Elmore commltted eulcldeby hangtng lant week. He was raltwcd on Thumday and wa not found tlll Saturday nlght. Any one wlnhlng to purchaee a farm ln the lctnltyof Montpelier wlll flndarare chance by Inqulrlng of S. S. Kelton ot thla vlllage, Thfiib waa no publlc celebratton here of Inde pendence day, ollher upon the 3d or the 6th, The IrreproHBlble small boy enthused as usuat. Wk have tho detAllsotahorrlble outrage com- mitted near thls Tlllage inst Sunday, but as the Intereetaof moralltyand the ends of justlcedo not demand thelr publlcatlon, we refraln, for tho piesent at leaet. linowN of l)ex, who was arrcatedfor Intoxlcn tlon Tuesday ot last week, sufilclently recovered to be able to remember having purchased his llquor of Georgo V. Foster and Jeme Cayhite. The former patd hls fine of 810 and costs. The latter was found gullty of one offenae.nnd took an nppeal Last Frlday nlght, in order to gtve vent to hls enthuslawm, Lewis Gerorehit John Kwlngover the eyo, Kwlng swore out a complatnt agalnat hlm, and Monday mornlng he waa arrcsted, taken be fore Juatlce Iluse and fined five doltars and cohIs, wlth the allernatlve of the work houxe. He pnld the fine. Wk caII attentlon to the adrertUement of St. Johnsbury academy ln our columns. The prlncl Ia1, llcv. II. T. Fuller, has hdded to the hlgh quali ficatlons he had beforo by claslcal ntudy aud travel ln the classlcal land-i for the year past. Thcxe add to the attractlons of St. Johnsbury academy. Uknjamin'h Fallb has been the pcene of many enjoyable plcnlcs, but that one whlch came off ln that dellghtful locallty yesterday was the leadlng event of the klnd those rural pcenes ever wlt ncsned. A clara-bake was n covel frAturo ot the ooywlonand under ' Freem's" tfrtllful mantpu latlon lt was a grand Buccess. About forty, ladies andgcntlemenandchlldren, iiartlclpated, and fun and frollc ruled the day. TiiBSunday-Bchoolsof Montpelier are to unlte ln a ptcnlc excurslon to MHsUquol Park at High gate Sprlngs, Tuecday, July 13. TJckets can be procured on Monday of Fred Blanchard and George L. Storyit thelr placen of bunlnenn, and at Central depot ou Tuecday mornlng prevlous to leavlng. Fare for the round trlp adults 51.00, chlldren under twelve years, fifty centa. A gen eral good tlmo isexpectcd. John W. Paok, Kq , who made a proepectlng tour tbrough the west ln April, has dtclded that Horace's advico was good and vtlll act upon lt ln a few days expectlng to leavo ou Saturday next. Hegoes wlth hls family to lllue Sprlngs, Ne- braska, where he contemptates engagin in a land and cattle buslness. It a a deslrable sfctlon of tho west and of that state, and we trust hls ven ture wlll be a surcessful one. We have recelved the semt-annual catalogue ot theftate normal school at Randolph. The aggre gato attendanco for the past year was 4U3t or an avcrage of 127 ir term. The aggregate attend- ance for tlA past thlrteen years has been, 1807, .TJlj 1808, 2G2 1809, SOtJj 1870, 308; 1871, 423; 1872, 410; 1873, 400; 1874, 41M; 1875, 452; 1870, 440; 1877, 4U8; 1878, 430; 1870,457; aggregateat tendance elnce February, 1807, 5,050, Hie gradu- ates were from twelve countles, Bennington and Grand Isle belng unrepresented. We feel that we are dolng the publlc a favor ln calling thelr attentlon imrtlcularly to Hood s Sar- gaparilla. Thls Is not a patent medlclne, but fs a proprietary artlcle possesslng real curatlve prop- ertles and Its effect upon the blood are very posl- tlve. Sprlng debllity, blllousnesit, dytpepala and all tronble caused by Impure blood readllyyleld to thls excellent medlclne. We think those who gho lt a trlal for that "outof sorts" feeltngfrom whlch so many suffer and 1s peculiar to thLs eea- son wUl be qulte witiefied wlth the results. Tiiebe were some errors ln our list of Grand Templo of Honor offlcers prlnted last week, and we reprint, as followa: Grand worthy templar, T. II, Dunstone of FJy; grand worthy vlce-temp- lar, George L. Story of Montpelier; grand worthy recorder, J. W. Kendall of Montpelier; grapd worthy trcaaurer. I. M. rlght ot Montpelier: grand worthy chaplain, 1 II. Htnkley ot Mont pelier; grand worthy usher, Josiab Evaof Ely grand worthy guardlan, W, II. Euetace of Ely past grand worthy templar, Joslah Tcarson of Berlin. The Bocial event ot the week 1s the marrlage ln InChrUtChurch by Kev. Howard F. Hlll, nn the evenlng of the 30th ult.( of Mr. Edward V. Black- well, cashler of the Barre Natlonal Bank to Mlss Jenuie, daughterot Hon. Charles Dewey ot thls vlllage. The chancel and the pews occupled by the frlends and relations of the " hlgb contract- lng iiarties ' were tastefully decorated with ftow- ers, and after the formal ceremonles,asthe bridal palr moved down the broad alsle to leave the church, thelr juithway was strewn wlth roses by thejuvenile hands of Mlsses Kate Dewey and Gracle Houghton, Maaters ltobert Dewey and Ed- dle Houghton, the youngest elster and brother of the bride, the little nlece and nephew of the groom. A receptlon at the resldence of the bride' father closed the festlvltles ot the pleasant occa- nlon. An oriental traveler descrlbes thls buiy Bcene, wltnossed on hhttoric shores ; " Our steamer landed ou a bcach whlch was the port ot Antloch, where the disciples were first called Cbrlstians. There was no town at the watcr'a edge, no people, no wharf. The itassengers and the merchandlse were put ashore ln lighters whlch ran up Into the sand. A troop of camels with thelr drivera lay on the beach, ready to transfer the goods Into the Interlor, Among the artlcles landed wereboxea marked Dr. J, C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A.' showlng that they contalned medlclnes and whence they came. These wlth other goods were holited on the backs of camels, for transportatlon to Antloch. Thus the k 111 of the westBendsbatk Its remedies to heal the maladles ot populatlons that lnhablt those eastern shores, whence our splrltual manna came." Wk are thls week, enabled to glve the coroplete census of Washington county ln the table belo' Tlie figures ln some towns dlffer from those pub llshed last week In conaequence of the final re vlsion, It wlll be seen that theloss Ueleven hun- dred slxty-one, about as we antlclpated, and mostly ln tbe towns of Waterbury and Northfield, strongerand betterand more Chtist-like. After the stnglng of Old Hundrod, Turner and other famlllftr tunes, the corapany dUpersed. TnEenthusIasmof the Democracy recelved It flrst wct blanket, llterally as well as figaratlvely, on Saturday, The day, belng ft sort of compro mlse Fonrth of July, and the tocal loailng day, was selected for a flflg ralolng. General " Baldy " Smlth and Colonel Waddell of North Carollna wereadvcrtloed to be present, and a grcat tlme was antlclpated, Filday nlght lt bogan to raln coplously, a drUcllng fusllade was malntalned lill nlghtfall, and the orators reprosentlng the blue and the gray telegraphed thelr regrets. The watopjiroof Democracy from the nelghborlng tonns were on hand, but learned wlth dtsgust that thelr fair weather coropatrlots at thecapltal had postponed the alrlog ot the buntlng to a more agreeable season. A voluntecr commlUee, under the leadcrBhlp of SergeAnt-at-Arms Blshop of Waterbury, represented to tho local managers the noccsiity of dolng somethtng to satlsfy thone who had braved the mnd and drlzzle ot the day, and luvcstcd In rallway tlckets, that they mlght bc bold the banncr and llsten to the exposltlon of the true falth, Accordlngly lt was dcclded to have an In formal ratslng, and, after a long day's waltlng, a beantlful tlag, bearlng the names of Hancock and Kngllsh, was put In posltlon and nnfurled above State street, betwcen Unlon Block and Bascom's not he of confederate cross roads farae, but our actlve Democratlc drugglst. The band played and adiluted hurrah arose from the sldcwalks. Un der a rattllng flre of torpedoea and fire-crackers, to whlch was added the dln ot passlng vehlcles, Mr. McGettrlck of St. Albans addrcssed the crow d. The spook of Imperiallsm sceraed to haunt the spcakcr's braln, and hls seared eyeballs saw Ira. nendlng ruln ln the specter of another Kepublican presldent. He dellcately holsted Hancock Into the mllltary nlcho jwpularly asslgned to General Grant, and honored Garfleld wlth an euloglum, the materlals for whlch he scooped from the gutter. Numerous cheerfl for many persons and thlngs closed the ceremonles for that day, The rrgular formal ralslng ls announced to tako place Thursdfly evenlng, the 8th Instant, at whlch tlme tho dlstlngulshed speakers from abroad are surety expcctcd. Chahlfh W, Ketchi'M. Mr. Charles Wallace Ketchum dled at hls home ln Barre on Frlday, une 25th. Tbrough the sprlng he had been pros- trated wlth an acute catarrhal trouble, but reem- Ing to bettcr a little was drlven out a fortnlght ngo, vldtlng one of the stores and the post-ofllce ln the vlllage. White In the latter place hls iac- ultles scemed suddenly to fall hlm, and upon be lng helped back Into the carrlage he fell into n itupor from whlch he never rousod, Charles, son of Loren and Maitha Ketchum, was born In Barre, January 12, 1858. Ile passed through tbe vlllage school and took up the college preiiaratory course ln Barre Academy, completinghis studies there In une, 1875. In the fall of tho (ame yenr he en- tered Dartmouth Colloge and was gradnated from tliat lntltutIon June 20, 1879. Keturning to hls natlve vlllage heworked upon the farm durlng the summer, and In September commenccd the stndy of medlclne wlth Dr. Jackson. Durlng the fall aud wlnter he also taught the wllago school, dolng double work untll the close of the school ln February, when the decllne in hls health began, Always of a deeply consclentlons tcmperament, he was led by hls convlotlons to make, in 1875, a profosslon of hls falth, nnd from that tlme on he never wavered In the path of Chrlstlan uprlght- ness. As a boy and niember of the family, Charles was a lovlng son and a beloved. In the college, where hls character found Its fullest de vclopment, he came ln contact wlth no one who 111 not mount his loss. Among all hls class- mates there are few who v.ill retain the undl- Ided and unanlmous sentlraent of esteem ln whlch hls me mory wlll be ever held. Always a dlllgent worker, teachlng wlntcrs, worklng uiwn the farm summers, he obtained a reputAtlon for perseveranco andenergyof character whlch few in his class shared wlth hlm. I'rompt, exemplary in dlsctpllne, gcnlal ln dispositlon, he needed no quallty t.) endear hlm both to hls Instructors and to all hls companlons. Hls mother and father, four brothers and slsters, nnd two aged grand parents lived to follow hlm to hls grave. They have the most cordlal sympathy of all who were acqualnted with the son and brother whose loss they have reason to so deeply mourn. rom the Vermont Chrontcie, West Randolph. The permanent organlza' tlon of the Garfleld and Arthur club was made by the electlon of K. D. ITpham, presldent; William II. Du Bois, Lyman Hutchlnson, A. W. hdson. B. Salisbury and Frank Parsons, vlce-prcsidents F. N. Holman. secretary; E. J. McWaln, cor responding secretary A new flag was ralsed Saturday nlght, desplte the rain and mud, witli conslderable enthutbiBm. Short speeches were made by E. I). Upham and Colonel Mead, The other exercises were omitted The JAdles Ways and Means Soclety held an lce crcam fetttl vallast Thumlaynigbt at thelr vestry Hev V. M. llardy and wlfe have returned from a vlsit to Morrlsvil'e George Uathburn was flned $11 on Monday for Intoxlcation. He dlscloscd on llenry Chaudler where he reiwrted to havegot two gallons of clder. TOWXI, H&rr ltrUa,..P , t'fttMt..,, CnlHlt Duxbury Kml Wonlpeller.. KRyHlon )lrrtn Oore. lttrbflulil MhMletwi ,., M unltietkr tluiHown urt')flll . .....i rUlnflt-Ul Itoittiiry W.ltnDeld Warren WaUrburr Woulliurr. ( Worowwr 3,U0 I Un 1 U4 87 J 634 40 Um i:m i,m 1870. 1.4 10 Ohangk, The Congregatlonal soclety have se cured the servlces of Itev, A. M. Maaenheimer for the comlng year, He has jQst finlshed his theo loglcal course at New Ilaven, Connecticut, and seemsto be just the man forthe place. ...The school In dlstrict No. D, taught by Miss Lella Iiord, closed last Thursday. Mlss Lordbas glven good satlsfactlon as a teacher. On Frlday th school, with the people of the neighborhood, niet ln the grove near Frank Ilaywood s, for a picnic The pleasure of the afternoon was somewhat marred by n severe storm, and the teacher would express her thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Ilaywood for thelr kindness and hospitallty....Miss Carrie Watertnan finlshed her school In dlstrict No. 1 last week Wednesday, and it Is reported that she will go to the White Mountains to sind the re- malnder of the summer, The Cnmpalgn Oponod tn Montpelier. Vermont Acndcmy. Vermont Stato Kctts. Ilie local polltlcal event of the week was the address deltvered In Trlnlty church vestry on Frl day evenlng by the Hon. H. G. Horr, reprosenta- tlveln congress from the elghth Mlchlgan dls trict. Thenotlcoot Mr. Hori's apjKwrance here was brlef and Imperfectly clrculatcd, and the evenlng was ralny, bot a large number of our clttzens assembled to hear the man who had proven a raatch for Sunsct Cox In Sarrlng matches ot wlt, and who ln a speech, spcclally ad dressedto the sonthern roembcM durlng the fa mous extra sesslon, condensed a world of practlcal wtsdom Into hls advtce to them " to stop ralslng hell, and go to ralslng more corn and cotton," The speaker was ptoasantly lntroducod by Ifon. V V. Walton. Mr. Horr was born ln the nelgh borlng town of Waitsfield, but hls parents moved west when he was three and a half years old, so that though of New England stock he Is essentlally westernman. Helsln all respectsaBeit-made man; workedat home tlll he was twenty years old and helped to support a wtdowed mother and large family ot chlldren. He then commenced tudylng, entered collego and graduated, boatlng Garfield, ot whom he was an early frlend and as- Boclate, $20 In the slze of the debt he Incurred for hls educatlon. Ultlmately he engaged ln the lumber buslness In Mlchlgan, where two years ago the people plckcd hlm out from behlnda ptnelog' torun for congress agalnst the Green- back candldate ln hls dlstrict. After a hotly con tested campatgn, the success of whlch was due to hls keen ready wlt and hard natlve Benso, he was trlumphantly elected, Mr. Horr has galned n natlonal reputatlon durlng hls brlef congressloual career by hls orlglnal and pungent manner of dlscnsslng natlonal questlons. He Is glfted wlth genulne mother wlt, wlth natlve abllltles and aptness for lllustratlon whlch enable hlm to dl- vest the questlons that He at the basls of the ad- mlntstratlon of the government of much the mystery and abstruseness that seem to envelop them, In hls hands, questlons llkethat of finance becomethe every-day problems that entor Into the ordlnary alTatrs ot buslness Bfe, and are con- stdered and settlod wlth the samo plaln hard sense that an actlve thlnking buslness man puts Into the management ot hls personal affalrs. Government ls the aggregatlon ot tndlvldual affalrs, and its admlulstratlon hlnges on theaame general rules and prlnciples as the affalrs of In- dlviduals. Tliis factwas plalnly developed under the famlllar and senslble eluctdatlon of tho genlal peaker, who enforced hls plaln practlcal irecepts wlth many humorons anecdotes and wltty thrusts that exclted hls audience toslde-spllttlng laughter. Hls exposltlon of the eventsof tho extra sesslon, the lntents and punxses of the domlnant De mocracy In congress as expressed and lmplled by thelr nords and actlons, gave one a vlvld Impres- slon of that memorable carnlval of the Democracy on thelr resumptlon of iwer ln the leglslatlve branch of the government, and of the danger that threatens the country ln the event of thelr obtaln Ing possesslon of the eiecutlve as well as the leg lslatlve department. Hls revlew of the hlstory of the Democratlc party ln war tlme the obstacles thrown ln the way ot the government in Its early efTorts to subdue the rebelllon ; the creatlon of the greenback and the truculent course of the Democ racy In relatlon to that powerful factor ln the work of saving the Unlon; Copperhead dellght over the defeats of the Unlon armles; the effects of Unlon vlctorles on jendlng electtons; the " fire ln the rear, inaugurated by north ern rebel sym- pathlzers, whlCh developed Into tho Intamous draft rlots just when tho uttnost energyof tho government was demanded at the frout to turn the qulvering boara of vantage ln favor of the Unlon brought back the meraorles of that event- ful perlod with startllngdlstlnctness, Hls dlscus slon ot tlie general and excluslvely politlcal Issues of the campatgn, and hls comparlsonof the ier sonal merits and qualificatlons of the two leadlng candldates, worked hls audience up to the hlghest pitch of enthustasm. Hls sallies of wit, hls square hltsbetween the eyes from tbeword go"at jtolltlcal opponents and thelr arguments, hls elo quent trlbutes to emlnent men identified with the Unlon cause, and notably to General Grant, were recelved with rapturous and long contlnued ap plause. The vlslble and audlble tokens of appro batlon whlch greeted the speaker, especlally from veteran and distlnguished soldlers who were pres ent, showed how correctly be had gauged the Issne whlch Is uppermost In thls campalgn. Mr. Horr, j from hls personal knowledge of the politlcal situa tlon ln the debatable states, and for reason i whlch he explalned wlth candor, expressed hls unquall- ned judgment thatevery north ern state would glve a Republlcan majorlty at the electlon In No- vember, and closed wlth a stlrring and eloquent portrajalof the awnkenlng that wlll sweep thls land; from every loyal coruer of whlch will be hcard the old assuring refraln, as ln another slml lar crlsls, " Wo're comlng, Father Abraham, three hundred thousand morel" Long contlnued ap- plause followed the close of one of the most eflec tlve campalgn speech es ever made ln thls place, and rlngingcheers for Garfield & Arthur followed. A verbatlm report of thls speech would be a most efTectlve campalgn document, but no report could convey the Impresslons whlch tho earnest uncon ventional manner of tho speaker makes, nor pre serve the fine point ot hls wlt, his humor, hls sar casm, hls plaln blunt loglc. It was a character Istic western stump speech by a representatlve western man grafted on the staunch New Eng laud stock, At the close ot the speaklng, papcrs were clrcu latcd for slgnatures for the formatlon of a Gar fleld and Arthur club. Last week the nleAsant Tlllaee of Saxton'i ! Sknator Moiuull and family have salled for Itlver welcomed the Baptlsts of the state to the Eorope. examlnatlons and commencement exercises of Hon, E. J. rneLra has been chosen professorot thelr new academy. We left the Vermont Cen- medlcal jnrlsprudence ln the Unlverelty of Ver- tral at Bellows Falls to pass by stage Into the mont. beantlfnl valley of the rlver, whose name the vil- MAjtsn O. Vmwa, for ntne years past prlncl- lage boars. The strlkleg feature of the valley ls wl o( ,h WindMr h,.h Rchoo, hM twiantA that lts goologlcal formatlon. Natural terraces rlse In 1 poeitlon successton ono above another to the number, ln some placos, of five or slx. Tlie grounds of the school conslst ot a plateau ot thls klnd, of thlrty flve acres, elevated about thlrty feet above the vlllage. Tlie two brlck bulldlngs, a ladies' dor- Samukl Lamhon, a yonng man abont twenty one years of Age, Itvlng near Randolph Center, commltted sulclde by hanglng last Frlday. TitKofllcers getno clueto perpetrators of the mltory, and a boardlng hall, need only another dwtardly outrage upon J, C. Tracy and wlfe at bulldlng llke the dormltory tocompleteAsceneor "wniarwora, ana me cnseis suu invoiveu in beautr and sorpasslng lnterest. The accommo- yy. datlons for the young women aro already qulte I An old man, aged elghty, named Smithers, at porfect. They have handsoraely carpeted and tendlng the celebration nt Derby Center, July 3d, furnlshed Drlrate anartments Drovlded thom, was run over and had hls leg broken. There lieated by furnaces and also supplted wlth opcn were several other accldeuts. flre-places, and on each floor bath-rooms wlth an tjr. Fbank K. Ainsworth. foi two years past abundanceofwater, both cold and hot. The yonng house snrgeon of the Mary Fletcher hospltal, has raeu lor uie preseni nna rooras wnu lamiues in reslgned that posltlon and leaves Burlington tne vinage, nut lake tneir meais ai me pu shortly toesUbllsh hlmself In the west. iicainingnaii. inoinsirucuon proviaea is o.id , Vf,VIlwn. ftPrM(wl M Vnrth Trnr Isnt hlghest grade. The proceeds of an endowment tot an wUh ,QUnt km oa fund o more than elghty thousand dollars are Homer q N HylRn(, Mcaped from sCrupuious.yappueuiu uie psyuieDi ui inr ffl . , . c iweedimrs for salarlos, thus enabllug the academy to command experlenced and efllclent Instructors. Tho salary ot the princlpal, Horace M. WUlard, ls 2,500. Tlie asststants, three gentlemen and four or five ladies, are mature and culttvated men and women, glvlng evldence by the examlnatlons of thelr respectlve ctasses ot thoroughness and cfn- clency in thelr work. Tlie relations ot teachers hts extradltlon wlll be had. Tiierr ls but one person under Benlence of death In the state prison, 11 C. Hayden, who Is sentencod to be executed the flrst Friday ln Jan uary, 1881. The present number ot convlcts ls one hundred and flfty-elght. John ItoricLLK and John Sulllvan have each Flro Kecon! In CAMimirxjicnono. Adwelllng-houseat Cam brldgeboro owned by Byron Ellenwood and occu pled by Dr. Ellswortb, was destroyed by fire early Saturday mornlng, Insured for S800, whlch covers loss. In Sr. JoiiNsnvnr, At three o'clock Monday mornlng the d well Ing of D. A. Morrlson was de stroyed by fire. Loss About 92,000; Insured for 31,200. Tho flre ls supposed to have caught from a defectlve chlmney. In Vr.HOF.NNFA About two oclock Wednesday mornlng of last week tlie resldence of Stephen Bates on North street was dlscovered to be on flre. Nono of the family were at home, Mr. Bates belng at the FarmerV Natlonal Bank as nlght watch man and the family ataent from town. The flre men arrlved In tlmeto Bave thewalls of the bulld lng, but the contents lncludlng all tho clothtng of the family save whatthey wore, were destroyed, glw dvtrtumtnt$. Goou roit Baiiies. "We are pleasod to aay that our baby was permanently cured of a sertous protractcd Irrrgularlty of the bowots bytho useof Hop Bltters by Its mother, whlch at the same tlme rentored her to perfect health and strength," co say the parents, Unlverslty avenue. Rochester, New York, See another ooliimn. tn MontKtW, Jnn 9ft, nt Thrlot rhiiK-h.hv Ot. HowkM I r, II III. EDWARI IICKINHON KI.ACK WKf.L. nui)ikr Hon. CtiaMm IteKejr of Montpelier. tn WdfMbary, Jtins Jl, IlENJAM IN LEDO snd LOtllfl A nilCHIK, In Hrlp.lot.Jnrs SO.by Rtr. W, t). Hll, WALLACE E. t BrtnNnn ALit,r, 11, iiAnnr.uiin r.. Tn Orftflon, Juns 23, tr Tfr, K. J, WsM, ALDERT O. nnjfi mnn i luha r.. riu.suii, oin oi ursiion. In tto-1iilr, Jul 1, tiy v. Oeo. S. Onirnwjr, IIENRT I ln MorrUTlllfl, Jnns 3 bj Ttev, 1. 1. Honth, RANHOM II, OOOHKLL snd LOTTIE 1'. rilENClt, both of Kltnore. In I-owHl, Jnne M. I!t. II. N. IIoy, ALP.XANHER 8T. LKWIS and KMMAJ, HIIiri'Er,bola of IIj'l" Tsrk. ln WfwHmrr, Jnn 27, hr R. H. R. Howm, OKOHOE I FAV of WooilRtock ftlid Mn' KHTIIElt FAl'lUtANKIl of ronum. tn t.ym, Ntw Hmlilrf, Jnns 9,hfHr, A. F, pat W, F.W. BaRLLSO Mid JL'LIA A, 81'KAR, bolb of hlj, lnll(irlInKton.Jnn2S,br L. O, Wnrr.ll. W.ltRA- 8mllr,(lA8rON K.luWNKaad M Altr K. t'lKLI), both ui iiaruni, itnngni. it.ItlliDlcKof Milton, Vermont, ao4 EMMA II, ln MIiMImci. Mr 12. ki thn MMhrwllat niinnniiM. tv It. T. TrrvlllUn, V 11.1,1AM II, 11. Ht'CK Rnd MARY Srr.Eur Salvr cures Piles. Wiiat an Accidrnt DiD. It has dlscovered an absolute cure for atldlseasesof thekldneys, whlch can now be found In lUy'fl Kldopy Pad. StKEDY Salvr cures Piles, and puplls seemed to bo of the most Intlmate and beon sentenced by the county court at St. Johns- mutually confident order. Deferenceonthe irt of bury to the house of correctlon for three years the students and accesslbillty on the part of ln- for recelvlng stolen goods, and Mllo D. Ainsworth structors characterlre the school, and the well ls sent to the state prison for three years for preserved conditlon of publlc grounds and publlc I Iarceny. halls gave evldence of manllness ot students and I Thr follow Ing itatents have recently been due snbordlnatton, Thero were no Blgns of granted to Vermonters: W, S. Blalsdell, Uan- rowdylsm or tdteness, Kleven students se ven dolph, beehlve; O. W. Kendall, St. Albans, plalt- young men and four young women were gradu- ing machlne ; O. C. Munro, Poultney, feather ren- ated, having completed the full course of four ovator; O. H. Slmmons, Bennington, manufacture years, and having been In the school from Its be 0f ooff ee pots, etc glnntng. They won the esteem of thelr elders by fiercopt raIn ttotm em known in northern thelrmaturityofthoughtandbearlng.andbythelr Vermont occurred Saturday last, Itlasted only slmpllclty ot taste In dress. They needed no flnery fi(tecn mjnQtM, but gnllled out roads and carrled to conceal frlvollty, and they lent the Impresston away 0iutcea and brldges. Torrents ot water It ls Imposslble fora woman after a falth ful course of treatment with Lydu K. Pinkiiah's Veoetaiiik Comi-ounu to contlnue to suffer wlth a weakness of the uterus. Knctose a sUmp to Mrs. Lydla I;. rinkham, 233 Western Avenue, Lynn, Massachusetts, for pamphlets. that a school ot substantial basls ln wealth and true culture would lssuea produetof solldltyof charac ter. Thoexerclsesofannlversary week were an ad dress before the graduattng class Sunday mornlng ; by Kev. S. II. Stackpole of Saxton's Ulver. J-i- amlnattons Monday and Tuesday forenoons by the examlning comralttee, 1'rofessor Albert Hark- ness of Brown Unlverslty, author of the Latln and Greek text books In common use, Hev. II. A. Kogers of Montpelier and Uer. T. M. Butler of Townshend. Lecture, Monday, at three r. m., by C. B. Crara, D.D., of Boston, MassacliUHCtts. Concert In the evenlng by a quartette from Bos ton, Mrs. II. M. Smlth, Mlss Abble Clark, Mr. W. C. Tower and Mr. Clarenco II. Hay, who furnlshed excellent music, also in the graduatlng exercises In tlie afternoon and at the princlpal' b levee at Proctor hall ln tho evenlng. Tho Morrisville Itaccs. The annual hose race and horse trot was held on the grounds of the Lamoille Valley Fair Ground Corapany north of the vlllage, Wednesday, July 30, and Thursday, July 1. FlKrr DAY, Wednesday, tho 30th, opcned up with slight showers, after qulte heavy showers tho nlght be fore, Nothtng was done on the ground untll after dlnner, A stroll over the park showed one that there was no lack of the usnal number of peanut venders, lemonade and clder stands, wlth now and then a stand where with a tcink some- coureed through the fields, Injuring the crops and causlng grcat dainage. Thk memory of the late William Morrls Hunt, the artlst, Is to te perpetuated ln the Unltarlan church at Brattleboro by a memorlal wlndow con sistlng of a copy of the great jialntlng " The Prod- Igal Son.' Tlie wlndow ls glven by the artlst s Blster, Mlss JaneHunt. Last Frlday nlght burgtars entered the ofllce of II. W. Putnara ln Bennington and attempted to rob two safes, One was blown n early In ploces, but the burglars found no raoney. The other Is cracked ln two places, but not opened. It was er Idently the work of professtonals. Tihtrsday the Vermont dlvlslon of tho Port- land St Ogdensburg rallroad was taken tssesslon of by the new company, tho St. JohLsbury & Ike Champlain rallroad company. Thls road, under the managemect of lts recelvers, Colonel Jewett and Colonel Hastlngs, has been greatly lmproved, Its buslness largely lncreased and lt ls already one ot the popular routes for travel. Whxiam McCloskev of St. Albans, a brake- man, had hls rlght foot badly crushod at Essex Junctlon last week. In attemptlog to get on to the englne attached to No. 1, hls foot stipped and one wheel of the tender passed over It. Dr. Tbayer of Burlington was summoned, and lt was found necessary to amputate nearly half the foot. McCloskey had a hand crushod a f ew months ago. Mrs Stei-hen Packakd, who was recently tarred and feathered at Middletown, vtslted her Sitkiiy Krliep cures Dlphthcrla. Qun Boston correspondcnt announces that one of the most valuable remedlal agents ever Intro duced Into that clty Is the famous Wyomoke, or Nerve rood, produclng, as It has, many of the most rcinarkable cnres on record In nervous dls eases, heart aflllctlons, broken-down constltutlons, etc., etc. Sold by all drugglsts at S1.00, Sl.W, and S3 00. Si'KEDY Kflief cures Dlphtherla. A Good iNVEHTMitNT, One of our promlnent bustnest men sald to us the other day: "In the sprlng my wifo got all run down and could not eat any th Ing; passlng your store I saw a plle ot Hood a SAusArARiLLA ln the wlndow, and Igota bottle. After sho had taken it a week she had a rousing appetlte, and dld her everythlng. She took three bottle, and lt was the best three dol lars I ever Invested," C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Uassacliusetts. thlnrrwlth a fitlrk In It could ht nrocured. Whlns. lap robcs, etc., besldes all sorts of vlctuals and home at Tinmouth the other day, oscorted by drlnks could be procured upon the ground. W. I. yunK Gfttea and John Aldons, armed wlth revol I'anl held forth In a lanre tent where danclng was "rs. She has agaln dlsappeared. John Aldons PRrriftH on. Ijindlord Shauldinc airaln cracedthe R trouble wlth hls wlfe whom he threatens to dlnlng hall. At about half-past ten a. m., extra murder, and who Is protocted by a clvll guard. tralns from both east and west brought crowds of The state s attorney has taken no steps to Investl- noonle besldes seven hose companles. The traln fiate 1118 outrage. WMlllDgtOO,., ttUke , Tontler ltounton , liUoa , Hulton , WATEitwiiv, On last Sunday Seth Town, an old man, was thrown from hls wagon by hts horse becoming frightened by fire-crackers, and very badly cut and bruised on hls bead and shoulders Caiiot. Quarterly meetlng last Sabbath at the Methodlst church, at whlch there was qulte a large gathering. Two were baptlzed and recelved Into the church. The average atteudance at the Methodlst Sabbath-school for June was one hun dred and fourteen. Waitsfield. Hon Hoswell G. Horr, member of congress from Mtchigan, made a llylng vlsit thls, his nattve town, last Thursday, He was de- ltghtod with the scenery of hls natlve hllls whlch seemed familiar to hlm from bearlng hls mother tell about them. Mr. Horr was only four years ot ago when he left Vermont for the west, and another of Vermont self-made men. In the evenlng he addressed a house full ot people from thls and surroundlng towns. Ile ls an efTectlve campalgn speaker and knows what he Is talking about. He showed the rottcnness of tho Demo cratlc party, the nothlogness of the Greenback party, and the purlty of the Bepubllcan party. He has a faculty of wlnnlng hls polnts by calling out the ludicrous, and kept the house in an uproar of laughter a good share ot tho tlme, He was fre quently applauded durlng the address. TuUli Hkv. and Mrs. Kimmkll of Barre were the re clpieuts of asurprlse party, Tuesday, June 2Jth, ou the fifth annlversary of tkelr marrlage. Thelr frlends began to gatber at thelr resldence about elght o'clock ln the evenlng, and tlie house was goon'fllled wlth happy hearts, made more happy by the songs sung by Mlss Stanton and the quar tette by the cholr. Mr. l'rlest, prlncipat of God dard Semlnary, fellcltously alluded to the event of whlch thls was the anniversary, and expressed the hope that the good work sosuccessfully begun by Mr. Klmmell mlght contlnue. Mr, Klmmell replled, thanklng those present for thelr expres tlons ot esteem, aud sald lt dld a mlnhtUr'a liiait good to know that hU labors are appreclated, and tUt he bopod the soclety would oontlnuo to grow Williamstown. A shocklng casualty by light ning occurred at the home of Mr. George Wil liam s last Frlday, soon after noon, resultlng ln a very serious injury to Mrs. Wllllams, a daughter ot Mr. Charles Krsklne. She was struck by the llghtnlng and so badly burned that fears are en tertalned that she cannot recover. Two barns, with wagons, harnesses, a rnowing machlne, slxty turkeys aud three plgs were burned Mr. Charles II, Beckntt took the second prlzo for declamatlon at Dartmouth College week before last, At present Mr. Beckett Is the only young man from our place In any college. Tliere ought to be more, No young man of earnest purpoee and good hablts need fear ln these days that a " lack of means can deprlve hlm ot a college ed ucatlon. 1 here are a plenty ot ways for such per sons to obtaln heln, as e personally have seen proven ln many cases.,,.,Messrs. George Bass and George Adams returned from tlie medlcal school ln Burlington last week Mrs. J. A. b. White and Mlsses Annelte Kdson and Lucy White propone a trlp to the sea coast of Malne next week, to be absent a few weeks Lucla Smilh, daughter ot Asa Smitb, and a well-known cltlzen of the place years ago, recently dled at her home In Mlnnesota. Her death resulted from eryslpelas follow Ing a cut of the hand by some artlcle of earthen ware....(The census of our place shows a populatlon of 1,031), Ten years ago It was 1,230 Forty years ago lt was over J.C00,, Kev, Mr. Bartlett ls expected home thls week, to resume hls mlnlsterlal labors at once,,,,.Mr. George Karlo reiwrts a very large per cent of In- crease In the amount ot work in his tannery over the work of last year., ...Our town clerk, George Beckett, has finlshed hls new ofitce and shop, and moved Into lt. It ls a very neat little establish- ment.... We notlce some very thrlfty young orchards In these parts, and notably ono on Luclus S, Slinons' preiulses, where, as ln some other Instances, the orchard Is protected by woods on two sldes, north and west. Pemocratio SfATR Convkntion, Tho Demo- cratlo conventlon for the nomluatlon of state of flcers and presldentlal electors at largo wlll be held ln the Howard opera house, Burlington, on Thurs day, the 22d of July, There wlll also be a grand mass meetlng ln connectlon wlth the conventlon, at whlch speech es wlll be made by promlnent orators at home and frora abroad, General W, B, Franklin among others. $GO0 lUwAiui, They cure Al dlsejises of the stotnach, bowels, blood, llvcr, ccrvfj, kidneysand urlnary organs, and JfWXJ wlll be (Ald for a case they will not cure or help, or lor any thlng lui pure or Injurloui found ln them Hop Bltters, Tftrt It Bo advertuement elsewliere. Moretown. The vlllage school taught by Mlss Jennle M. Thompson, asslsted by Miss Georgia Prentlss, closed a pleasant and satlsfactory term last Frlday. Lena Kvans, Eva Freeraan, Kunice Grlfflth, Nettle Iovejoy, Kliza Moulton, Grace Moulton, Nellle Moulton, Jennle l'rentlss, mma Uoblnson, Lettie Spear, Percy Davls, Barnle GII- lett, Jesse Towle, Freddle Abbott and Lewis Free man had no absentor tardy marks. I'mlllo Free- man, Georgia Prentlss, Lola Spaulding, Addle Siwyer, Allce Taylor, Wlllle Freeman, Kmmett Taylor, Herble Freeman, umer Towle and Joseph SomervIUe were tardy and absent not more than ono day, Chelsea. Waterson post ptcnlc to Fairlee Lake, that was to corae ofi! last Wednesday, was postponed untlt the 4th ot August.,.,Mlss Ada Hall, who has been teachlng In the south, Is at home spendlng her vacatlon. .. ,C. S, Emery, who wenttoSomerville, Massachusetts, some tlme ago, ts now clerk ln the Black ltock House, Nantasket beach.... A soclable waa held at Erra Walker's Wednesday afternoon, June 30th..,, Mr, N, D. Sianley ot Fond-du-Lac, and Mrs, Nelson Allen of Ia Crosse, Wlsconsln, are ln town vlsltlng thelr father, C. It. Stanley.... William Carpenter has graduated from St. Johnsbury academy and Frank Mllls from the Burlington medlcal depart ment. ...Miss Minnle Woodard ot Wakefield, Massachusetts, ls spendlng the summer in town, ....Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones celebrated tbe twentleth auniversary of thelr marrlage Satur day evenlng, July 3, and Mr, and Mrs. George Moulton ot East Brookfield also celebrated thelr anniversary the same day, about fifty betng pres ent.. ,,Last Sunday Kev, D. Kllburn preocheda very eloquent fourth of July sermon from Levit- Icus xxv; 10. " rroclalm liberty throughout all the land, unto all the Inhabltants thereof,", Mrs. VA Dlckeyand Mr. Elllot Lockeare very low wlth consumption,.,The Congregational soclety had a picnic on the south common on the evenlng of July o, Uefreshments conslstedot lcocream, cake, etc, after whlch there was a dlsptay of flre- works. MoumsviLLE. Professor II, O, Dwlght was ex- amlned by the Congregatlonal mlnlsters of the couuty at the vestry of the Congregatlonal church, on Thursday afternoon of last week. Theordl uatlon servlcus wero held ln the eveulng. Kev, Dr, Clarke, secretary of the Amerlcan loard ot mlsslons, was present..,, A noou stage has been put on between thls place and Waterbury. . large company of the rouslcalcommunlty were In- vlted to attend a " muslcate " at K. II. Merrlam's on Frlday evenlng of last week, Mrs. Parker Leach, the noted slnger from Muntroal, was present and favored the company wlth a few select songs, Uncle Marshof Marshfield wasahtopresent'wlth hls vtollu.,,, .Frank Wilder has been obllged to close hts school at the chail on account of slck- ness.,4Mrs. parker IamicIi of Montreal has en gaged rooms at Wtu. Cheney'a and eipects to behere two months etvlDirlessons In vocal muslo, She ts a good singer, and was here last wlnter at the conveniiun tuat pruveasucn asuccessinrougu me efforts of herself and husband..Communlon servtces were held at the Congregatlonal cburch on Sunday mornlng. A vouoar chlld of II, C. rUke wabaptltod,..,Kev. V. M. llardy and wlfe have returned to West Itandolph..The hose races passed ou rather quletly, but a good ueal of drunkenness was seen tbe result ot an ooen bar whlch was allowed to be run ou the erouuds, , . . A party went on to Elmore inountaln on Frlday nlght for the purpose of staylng over nlght. A miserable tifght was spent, as lt ralned all nlght and the party Itad no tents,,, Tlie flrst oamplug party oi tne scason are now ai lumore ionn tor s few days enjoyment. The party coniUu of Jam- from the east brought tho Island hose company of St. Johnsbury and the Danville band. The traln from tho west brought In the Barnesand Sutton companles of Burlington, the Washington and Frontier companles of St Albans, the Blake and Bourdon companles of Swanton. At about two o clock, after one beat of tho 2.35 race, the Barnes hose company, who had been ruled out of the race, ran an exhlbttion race. maktng firet heat ln stxty-flve Beconds. Tlie hose race then came off, The rules re-1 qulrod each company to run three hundred yards wlth not more than elghteen men, with a reguia- tloncar carrylng twenty-eight hundred feet ot hose, and make a connectlon with a hydrant and attach plpe to the hose. The following ls the nrtmtai, artonaneai, Atiragt. 67 M ImmI lh bjtlraut. . w m'i ,. !, WC. Tho prlzes were awarded as follows: Washing ton, flrst, $150; Island, second, 5100; Frontier, thlrd, $50. The tlme of the Washlngtons, slxty-one and one-half seconds, ls the best on record. The judgea were ex-Governor George W. Hendee, L. A. Drew of Burlington and P. S. Benjamln of Wolcott. The Barnes company ran a second exhlbltlon heat, maklng it ln slxty-three and three-fourths Beconds, average tlme, Blxty-four and three-elghths seconds, Alternatlng wlth tne heata of the hose com panles were those of the horse race, the score ln the 2.35 class belng as follows: lilack Joe, Concord, New HAtnjmlilre. lilkrk Jolm'nT. Lvnllon 'V.mV.'. '...'..'. little, Hurllnitton 1 1 Lftdy MorrUl, Htowi 6 5 Little Dick took flrst money, $80; Black Johnny Becond, 550; little thlrd, 520. Thls closed the exercises of the flrst day. SECOND DAY. Thursday the weather was fine and one or two very slight showers cooled the alr. At ten a, m. tlie extra tralns came, brlnging qulte a number to at tend tlie races. The crowd came ln faster and larger than the day before. At eleven a, m., the three mlnute race was called. Three heata were trotted wlth the following score: I 3 1 , 1 1 t I 1 ZJJ, -tJ, JM. Molly took first money, 500; Bllly Becond, $30; Llltle Gent thlrd, 510. At two r. m, the free-for-au race was run with tbe following score; EUft Doii 1 a 1 1 Lillle Dlt-k , , Amr . . . ..... . Five horses were eutered for thls race, but only three were present, Ella Doe taklng first money, 5150; Amy second, 575; Little Dlck thlrd, 525. At three r. u. tbe foot race was started. A purse of 550, dlvlded, 525, 515, 510, was off ered for a H go-as-you-please race, A small track was made for the oocaslon, lnslde of the larger one, with ten laps to the mlle. tuicn person who entered was to go as he pleased for two hours, and the one who covered the most mlles was to recelvethe first money, etc The following lsa summary: Little Oflot ItlllT Mollle CUrk iuoe , WllllAm IIa.ln Jubn Juhnton. ...... K,l. L l'g rinrgeut,,. Ftrit hour, ,,, I mllof, 8 Upi( ,,, BinllM, SUimi ,,, BuiilM, AU ,,,, ftnillm, 1 Upj Sfon4 hour. IlmtltH. lUtn lt uillea, 0Uii, Hudson and Johnson, both from Burlington, ran together all the tlme and took first aud second money. La Page from Hydepark took thlrd money, The two former got three laps on La Page the first hour and one the second. Sargent dld not get down to the work easy and so could not keep up to the end, and soon fell out The races, as a whole, wero a declded success, and well deserved a large crowd. All tbe trot- Tiie closing exercises of the Btate normal school at Johnson took place on Saturday, Juno 20th. There have been durlng the year twenty- slx graduates from tbe first course and slx from tbe second. The annual catalogue showed an at tendanco ot one hundred and seven durlng the fall term and one hundred and twenty durlng the sprlng term, a steady Increaso durlng the year and for four years past. Mr. R. T. H(trd ot Arlington has suspended payment. Mr. Hurd's embarrassment comes from the Arlington manufacturlng company's troublo. Tlie company does buslness In New York dty, and Mr. Hurd Is one of the heavlest stockholders and an endorser to a conslderable amount on the company's paper. It ls belleved that Mr, Hurd wlll be able to resume, as he has property enough to cover hls llablllttes. Mr. Uobeut MoNTooMEitv's little boy, four years old, playlng In the streets of Hinesburg!) ith some other chlldren, Ignlted hls clothos with matches, and before assiBtance arrived ono leg and slde were literally cooked. Part of hls cloth tng belng of woolen helped hlm somewhat, but hts Hfo was saved by the presence of mlnd of Mrs, J. L. Kockwoott, who wrappod a shawl about hlm and thus extlnguished tbe llames. The chlld Is great sofferer, but may recover. Du. II. E. Crilds of Norwich, whose wlfe sud denly dlsappeared, but was found secreted In the house of Ezeklel Blanchard, left East Hartford, Connecticut, a year and a half ago under indlct- ment forarson there, The jury dlsagreed on hls trlal and the case was not pressed to a second trlal, because of hls good connectlons, and he was allowed to leave provlded he would stay out ot the state. Hls wlfe, a daughter of Captaln WU llatn Wllcox of &st Hartford, clang to him through all hls dlsgrace. Satvrday evenlng at St. Johnsbury Mlchael Murpby waa uet upon by ltock Page who pulled hlm out of a wagon, pounded hlm and run a pitch- fork Into hls arm. Murpby got Page down, when Dick Page came along to help hls brother, and Murphy ran, pursued by the two. Nelghbors came to Murphy's asslstance, The Pages went before W. P. Smlth, justlce ot the peace, and asked to bo finod. Tho justlce refused totake any actlon tlll after a full bearlng, The cause of the row was trouble in the school dlstrict. Tub famous curtostty, the Brandon frozen well tbe work of man played upon by a freak of nature was dug ln November, 1853. First was ten feet of gravel, tben four feet of clay, then deposit of ten or flfteen feet of frozen gravel, then about two feet ot gravel not frozen, when water was struck, and the well waa dug to the depth of about thlrty-five feet. Tbe water ls about two feet deep never more nor less. The lce was cut through last week and found to be twenty-two lnches tblck. Thero ts lceon the wall some slx or etght feet from the water. TiiEchlef feature of thesports at Lyndonville Monday was tho wrestllng raatch between II. M, Dufur of Marlboro, Massachusetts, and George W, Flagg ot Braintree, Vermont. Thls uiatch was the doclslve contest, each having prevlously won A match. Dufur won two falls and Flagg three, The match was closely contested and was very lnterestlng. In the race for the tbreo-mluute class, flrst money was taken by Dan Young's Truinp. In tho 2:40 class. first money was taken by U P. Sbepherd's Joe. Best tlme, 2 ;45. ln the open-to-all, first money was taken by John L'tton'a Amy, Best tlme, 2:28 In the blcycle race, L. II. C. IUloreau of Boston took tho rnedal. Best tlme, 2.01, half-inlle course. ClIArN.botti of 'MkMteMi by Kct. R. NKmlcnum, )'. W, WHlTElilLLof Uroton ol uuiiA AinntvuKiii 01 uaooi. In Wiuhlnirtin. Jnn M. ftt thn rMlilMM nt ItiN tri,!' Titiiicr, vf nev. l,. u. (jiari. nr. u. fli. b;kiuK ELSIB L. TAYLOR, both of WMblngton. Si'KKDY ItELiEK cures Dlphtherla. CoaTiVENEfW. The most eltectual way to over- come a costlvtfbablt Is to take a small dose of Baxter's Mandrake Bltters before each meal, and follow lt for a week or ten days; the cure wlll bo mild, but sure. Many people seem to thlnk there ls no danger n neglectlng a cold In warin weather; but thls ls often a fatal mtstako. Bemember that Dr. N. G. Whlte's Putmonary Elixtr will glve tustaut rellef. SrEEDY Hf.lief cures Dlphtherla. In Montpelier, Jnly 1, JOIIN HAROENT, 3) year. Id Monttller, Juoe 23, SAML'EL V. 8COTT, 69 years. ln Wolcott, Mtv S9,II)A TUCKER.23 yean. Ia llrftmlon. June 23, IIENRY HUNT, 40 fMni. lDVMton,Jon23,nARDNERUALE,69 JfAri. Ia Ludlow, Jane Ifl, JOEril KLLISON, 72 years. Inltoit4llng,june29, IIENJAM1N llt'CK.ei yrnrn. ln Rrldnewater, Jun24,ORRIN WOOD.M yean. Ia Thelford, June 10, 1S11AEL HARVEY, M yean. la ftallnbary, Jane 23, Mn. JACOH CIIASE, 87 yean. la Eant Rarnard, Jooe 26, LEV1 RELKNAI. B2 yean. ln fhrebury, Jane 2S, Mn. F1I.A WAUSER, 83 yuin, la ritlsford, June2, CHESTER 0, TIIOMAS, 48 yean. Inltramton.July 1, Mn. OILItERT CI1ENEY,64 yean. Ia HriinirSeld, June 27, EL1ZAI1ETH UrilAM, 73 yean. InJlrookflebl.June 19, AUUUSTCS FREEMAN, KSyoan. Ia New Havea, June 27.NOBLE HERENI)EEN,69yean, In AddlMHi, Jane 24, Mn. OEO. W1LLUARTII, B4 yn. In Baxton's Rirer, Juo23, FRED II,WARNER,27 yean. Ia Wnttnlniitr, Jane 27, CHARLES K. CI1 ASF.,77 ypan. Ia Highgate Sprlmt, May 26, JA8. MAOOWAN.&J yean, Ia KmI Knoebantb, June 24, EST1IER M. DAVI4, 33 yn. ln Enunbargb, Jane 23, Mn. MIRANDA NOTCE, 2 yn. In St. Jobnnbury Center, June 29, HELEN M. WOOD- In Calxit, Julj CbAilty Alorse, tn MorrlHvtlle, Jnne 2A, after a protracted UlneM, Mn. EHNA R, MLATTON, 3U yean. ln Mantidel.l.Jnly3,or lieart nlwaa, HETSET 8., wlfe of Danlel HmlUi, 70 yean, 10 niontlu and 23 dayi. In IlrownlnKton, June 11, HELEN. wlfe of ('arlos Gll bert, and tUugtiter of hlljih llarnen of C'lielsea, SU yean. In Hawpfttrh.IndJana, LOt'ISA (DA VI9) COTKLANn, of Danville, S0 year. In iarre,June24.KI.LIE M dAnshter of Cliarlea and fuinma Aimer, yean, v raonim aaa a aaya. One more flower of earth In foded, une more paie lorm laiil away, W. D. REID, M. D,, M. R. C. P. S. K., Physicijin, Surgeon Aoooarbwir, MmWr of Rnyal Colleue of Thytlclans and College, Klflgnton, Canada. Calls in Town and Country Promptty Attended to. Offlnfl ln rooms formerly oorMplM by the lale Iir, J. R. Wowlnard, waiton'a lilork, Htala Hirm, Montpelier, Vt. Vermonters Attentlon I Twelve liks from Jacksoib! Scvcrnl Stenmers nnd Mnll Dnllyt A Mltlrnint la brtna md at flranirM Trk. rinrlila. nn the bpanliful St. Johnn Mr. by nortliern men (wreral from vermonii, lur in imrptiM or entraKinK in orange cniture, whlch promtw " Ws rttuttt." lufonnatlon conwrnlns ths lanila. oranite trmwlng, tnilt and rrgrtable ralnlng. Uie cU- and inapn of ttiln dralrable t'rart, Salra of loU wlll be made to any who dlre to twtter tlielr mmlltlnn upon appUca tlon to 11. 11. WALLINU, Agent. NortbAeld, Vt., June 6, 1VW. 4J-tf KNOW THYSELF! rpIIK nntold mUeHen that rwolt A from Inrtinrtrf tlon ln mrlr Uffl may be allerlatHl and carml. tboM i pn llnhMl br the rKAROtlV MF.D f'AI. INSTITITTE. Hoaton, entltled from indlnoreUon lo early Uffl wbo doabt thla aaertlon ahoald cnr rbaM the new mMlrnl work pab- THK KOir.NOK F LIFK; or. nnLri'Kr.nr.KVAiiun, r.x hattpvd Tttallty, nervoua and phyal ral debUlty, or ntallty lmpalredbr th rmn tit vntith nr tnr clnM &i pllnatlon to bualneM, may b reatomi and tnaobood r galned. Two bnndredth edltlon, revlned and enlarRed.JuRt pnb llnbM. It ln a atandard mmllcal work, the ln the Engiwn laniruaKe, wruwn oy a pnywnan or ut f xptur enoe, to wbom waa awardM a solifand Jowellod medal by the Natlonal Medlcal AMoclatlon. It conUlna beanlirul and very eiinive ntpmnnHn. inrwj nonorea ik, more than flfly ralaable picecHpUona for all forni of pre vaUlns dloeaae, th nwaltof many ynan of eitenMTB and RacccMful prarU, elUier oneof wblcb Uwortb tenUmea 91, nent by mall port-pald. Tlie lyndon Laneel narst " No Denon nhoald be wlthoat Uili valuable book. Tbe author la a tioble bvnef actor," The Tribune aayii " The anthor haa had nnprwcertentM iwmi ln dMllntr wllh nervniiHiimui nf m ktnilHKnil 1U nffectlonn, whether due to peralcloiia hablu or lnlierttel. neiRK picrvo-flitecuiiiBi, ann infniore anowi wuereoi na wrltea wlth nucli power and abtllly." An llluntrated aaaiple aent to all oa recelpt of tli cenla 0T)Ktuh'nr rpfm. 1v nermtwlon. tn Ilrm. I. A. II Ifl 8ELL, M.U., presldent of tbe Natlonal Medlf-al AMtoclaUoo. A rlilrMM Iir. W. II. 1'AR- RKK. No. 4 Italflnrh Ktiwt, Uooton, ManRaclitiwtW. The . A Standing Invitation. lt thU meeta the eye of any man, womau or chlld sufferlng from any dlsease ot the kldneyn, bladder, Uver, or url nary organa, they wlllconslder thU a stand Ing in vitation to buy IIUNrS IIKMEDY, tho Great Kldney and Uver Medlclne. Thla spleudld medl clne (endorsed by leadlng physlclans) U a euro cure for the worst formsof kldney dlaease. All druffgUta aell 11UNT3 HCMEUV, and no chem. ist or phystcian eer prescrlbed a better. Trlal elie, aevonty-nve centn. Si'EEUY Uelikf cureit Diplitherla. The Causk Dihcovkred. Most of the readera whose eyea gcan thetie pagea have BUtTercd from headache, laiwitude, nausea or palna lu the back; but w e doubt Iftheyknew what tbe cause wan. In nine cajca out of ten it waa some trouble with the kldneya or Uver. ThU 1 a truth whlch has just become kuown, and the reult whlch War ner s Safe Kldney and Llver Cure bm accom- plUhed. The above named troublea are caused by dlnordered kldney and liver, aud the remedy whlch curea the cause banUhe the palns whlch arine from it. Speepy Cocciit Cure dont dry up your Coogh, Good Advick. We advise every family to keep Downs' Klixlr always on hand. lt U the best remedy for cougha and colds ever off ered to the publlc. For cleanslng the nystem of all morbld matter and warding off dkeaxen, no medlclne potwessea such etncacy as llnter a Mandrake Dlttern. As a linlment for horsea lleury 6V Johnnou's ArnlcnaudOil Unlnient U unequaled, Itcurea Kpralns, brulsert, aud latnenenH, at once. SrEEDY Couun Cure don't dry up your Cough, Inipuro llrcatli. Among all the dlmagreoablo conequenceg that follow tho decay of the teeth, an Ira pure breath mxut be the mct mortlfylng and unpleanant to lts poAttesrtor, and it la tho mont luexcusable and offenalve in aociety; and yetthe caneof Itmay easlty bo removed by clen?lng your teeth dally wiiti iimtjUHiiy iMMMiiar aentriirice, irngranc au ZO DON'T. ltpurlncn and sweetena the br&ith, coola and ref rechea the mouth, and glvea a pearl llke aimearanco to the teoth. Ueutlemen who in- dulee in cinokini: nliatuld cleanse thelr teeth with SUODONT, as lt removes all unpleasaut odors oi ine weea. akk your aruggui lor u. Si'KFUY Conm Clb don't dry up your Cough HEAL . t 4. . , , , I eircrlenc 13-M I II I WmhI JJOOKH AND BTATIONERYI T. C. Phinney, One more gulleleM, truitlng Pplrlt in tuiy. Called to aceneii ot eniHena tl Little dau!itcr, lovtng Flntcr. Valn lo tbee our heurta wlll cryj Little playrnat, liant thou left nf, M un we aay tbe l&nt good-bye 7 Ilow we longed to keep onrdrllng Wlth our true, but earthly love; Yet, throiigti teara we our EUle Ileckonlng u ua from aboye. LIvo Stock MarkeU The followlna la a telrrarhle mmrt of the Ure atoek market at CambrMne and Brighton for the week eudlng At mwket thU week 1W U,Vfl laet week &MI 1UM) HW 1,111 " one year ago.... 2,793 0,011 9,063 &33 PRI CESExtra f at and hearr cremlain oien. M 21C16.75 1 flmt nuamy.a.) 2.5.75 j necond qoallty, ftTSavOUi thlrd quallty, Wperluo ftion total welgbt of hlde, Ullow and dnweed IjHff. A few cholce tlngle prs, 7 IM)(0.(K). iiuua, euiq tu wiau.w. worainK oteo, siuubimj ft pair, or aocordlng to thelr value aa beef. HUr. TSfiliHj. Mllcb cow. t.0.(X)tfiM.K0: eitra eood. IlOiHXlll 00 wllh or wlth ont ctw, aA may be airreedi farrow and ordlnary, 12JK 241)0. HtrM. rmrllnm. ITJMiiin ftO: two-Tear-oUVn. ill.WWi 00 : uireeyear-olM. :o.liaa.ou, Ntieep, 3(oj eitra, 4RSUoW tt-or 2TU0 Mhead. KDrtDB lanib, a7cIb. Hheared Mieep. b0c Ib. 8hoU, wholwwile. would reapectf ully calt tbe attenUon of book-bayera to the fact that be la consUntlj addlnz to bla large and well-elected atock of Booka, all Uie NEW AND DESIRABLE BOOKS Iof tbe aeaaon, tbereby keeplng bia f tock alwaya frwb and atlractlre. Lnrffe buyers, Banday-achools and Publlo LlbrarlM, fnmlfthed at peclal rmbea. School Books of all kinda furnlahed to the trade at the loweet wboleaale prleei. WIIITINO PAPKRS. KHTELOI'ES, ajjd SCHOOL and COUNTINO IIOUHK SXATIUIf EIIV or evir descrlptlon, MlUng at lower prloes than ever before off ered tn thla mmrkeL Pictures, Engravings, OIIROMOS, rilOTOORAPnS.andan endleaa v rlety o FANCV GOODS, OAMES, Croquet and Baie ltalt Gooda.aUof whlch wlll U aold at aatoolab Ingly low pticea. E3T" Anv Book vou see advertUed toill be sent. wstpaid, on recelpt ofprice. kii. un w iDj ih uuun. duui Di!i reti dreMed head. Rhuhton fat hoan. SWeOOo 1ft Ihi northem H1I T. O. Stato Street, - PHINNEY, ...... Montpelier, YU IdM. saBUfll oonntrv loU. 7tt vklna, 12Wei3c Ib. tfclTow, 5o TR Ib; couotry. iUftU felta wiin wonl on, ZSQtOc each) oountry lou, wStuc uunu iiini, wiflia ecu. REMARKS. WIUialarBO snrDlrof cattle. motiy from the went, the market ln a abaile &ler ay yti Ib, llve w elght. As many are hMvlnglhe cltlea for nunnner rewrti there N a falllng off In the meat demand. and the tindenry ln DiUII lower rau. A. N. Monroe nold slitT-three atvre. average I.1H4 Ib, at Vt 10 1 ct.,and tblrty-to oihcn. average vw nn, at ia ni Lavitt aoia l ilim. KVprana IJ!90 Ib. at U.3il YT rwti J. RtUo avprase UW Tt, at M1 )1 cwt. (1, Vt. Ilollls hAndled J,3W nliepii and lainbato nlaughtf r, bought tipoutweat by agenU. Ttie utarkvtince to-day on rlieep anl lamim are lower by nearly i Tfi Ib.llve.wltb aallm trade at Unlon m&rket. Prloen &r not llkelv to recover. but doiibllemi wlll tend low er neit enk. K Ul.ler & Roblnaon aold thlrty-one nlieen, average ) Ib, at Sc, and nlnetytwo lamtw. aver age m na, at bj.cj J, Miiriey pom 01a aueep ana iiiickp, average 1IS Ib.at 4c, and Umha, average M Ib. at e V Cb. 1'ouUry at nnclianged prlcve-lOc for turkeya, llo for iowi anu iw lor vpnag cuit nens. 1 wo umi onering. Itoston Comnierclal KeTlevr. K003. The mtrket U qnlet, wlth of eanUrn and nortternat UUt,Canada at Ui013c, and weaiern at rOTATOE1. The aeaaon may be vonfildereit nearly over for old poUtoe. Hoon after the clwe of our lait report the im-ii ivrw inu 1 'niURri iirui'i-u w i9uu ff uunnei, wim uuwmie ueiuano. .tew Roiiiuem ntie oeen in uoerai re- ceipt, wiui aaiea ranging ai i.w(j;jv Darret. 1IAY AXIi HTKVW.-Strictly cholce hay oonUnuea acarce.and $1)Q2U)I ton can beobUlned for roanMeant ern and northeru. Home recelvera aay they can getSJIfor the very beet. Ordlnary grndea are plentlful enough, and ell moilerttely at flSQlt V ton. Rye atrawli ln tleady J1KAKS. lea have been In good demtnd wlth aflrmer tendeucy. Ralee of rholt-e nortliem at f 1 9'QI 9U )l bushel, anl wattern at tl.7'QI."3. Medlumi have been ln moder ate reciuefit at f UU1! 4H for cholce. Yellow eyea are Ao W tmtiei hlgher, ana eeiuygim rant recelved at f 1M.M for cholce, and SJ.MQ MO V buahel for lmproved. CIIKKSK. Tlift hreak notlcied but week waa followed tiv a dentorallied market, and prlcee further clecUne.1, wltb hardly any demand from the trade. tlootl to cholce-f actory t qaoted at 7ga V Tb, but lt la very hard to make aalea at over 7-ii'Ci and evenat tht prlce buyera areafrald loatock np. Common to good rangea at 3($tto. The Indlcatloca are uiai iuouirn wui Msmeuu w immis oi fli pounu. RUTTER. Uuyera dld not reapond totheadvance quoted luourlaatand a rearllon noon aet ln, whlch multelln a decllne of about le tt. 1 he aaiea or ew YorK and ver niont d&lrv loU hara been at l6l!ito. wlth 21a a i. treme fUure for fine lou. Allhougli tbe demand waa not brUk, atocK ls pretty well sold up, and we do not look for inuchof a chanife tbh week. Creamerlec bave been aelllng falrly at 'Hf&rto V Ib.and alilioiigh tio Id a full aelllng nrlc. some lancv brands are held litilier. Cholce Isdle Itked weotern Iias Utn ln fair denund at ittQI"c,and AYEE'S SAHSAPAEILLA For Purifying the Blood I Tnit compound of the vegeUble alteratlvea, Barea. parllla, Uock, BtllluigU, and f' of rotash and Iron, makes a inoci enectuu cure 01 aenee 01 comptkinu w iuuu are very' prevalent and af- fllctmg. lt purlflea tbe blood, purgee out the lurklng ho tnon ln the aystem that un dermlne health and settle Into troableeome dlsorden. ErupUons ot the skla are the appearance on tbe sarface of liumors that should be expellM from tbe blood. In temal derangemenU are the determlnatlon of theae aame bnmora to some lntemal organ, or organs , wboee actlon Uiey derange, and whoe snbstance they diseae and d stroy. AYER'S SARSAPARILLA expels these homort from Uie blood. When they are gone tbe dlaorder they prodiice ditwppear, such aa UJeeratiom of (A Uver, Stomaeh, Kidneyi. Lungt i Eruptiont and ErupUte Dxteatet of the Sltn ; St, Anthony't Frt, Rou or Ery npetatt Ftmplti, PuHttUt, Klotchtt, Boilt, Tumon, Tetter ana Satt Rheumt 8eui Jeaa, Kxn.Qorm, c- tii Sorttt Rhettniatim, .euralgta, Patn in tho Bontt, Side and 1eadt Ftmalt Wtakneit, Sterilttv, Ltucorrhma arung from internal vtceratlon anduttrine dtietuet Dropty, Dytptpixa, Emaeiatton and General Debitity. Wllh thelr departure health retumi. 1'RErARED 11Y ri. J. O. Ayer Sc Co., Lowell, Massachusetts, Tractlcal and Analjllcal Chemlsts. 80LD BT All Dragslsts and Dealerg ln Medlclnef Ilard-Workiug aud Dolicate Womeu, Wli.n th.r l.aio lline lo NTOp'anil THINK, ure couvlore.l that ELEOTBICITY XS LIFDE ! Dr. Ioi8s' Eleclric Tranfnsing Battery whlch can be TBtkarriKD ihto tub itstkh. lneuied by Ua. tl. W. HlluTifc.8, who ls sull practlclng the saine John L. ttbaw of Cabot. Ln tbe county of Washington, having flled hls petltlon for a dlvorce from hls wlfe, ttuaan I that on tbe iuh day of November, A. U. 1873, be was duly marnai to uan Aiana uoums or we nev. nuiiKio i. Wlght, a mlnbiter ot the Oo pel, at that Ume resldlng Ln tbe uelbod t hls otnce, 110 Marlbtro Htreet lloton, Mass.. and who has for twelve years ment In the cure of I'aralval. ltraln and Nervous fHnensea. KheuniMtlsni. (loui. Hwollen l.umliago, Arhea aud 1'atiui, Nervous and (leneral Ieblllty, Hplnal DKeASus, Weak lUck or (tlde, ReotleM Mguta, .MKHiiuitrw, AieiAnruoif, n-imes or verKiii ruiurtw ui itiuwi, um 01 1 ower, OI niu or aciiou, 1'aiuiiauon i llejrt. Low of Memorv. Kalntlnir Hne Htomath, r'Latulucy, IHseaiiea of Ileart ai nwer. nf WIU or Artlnn. IVInttitlflo lyslerta, Epltepsy, lleartburo, Dysitepsla. Halt Rhenm. HronchltK Wetk inil Lunin. DroiMV. Aitlima. I1iiHv. Innnt1nallnn. Jnnlti. rAtAirh. Uhllbi, t emaie Uoinpiaiou, UUordered uondittons ot Uie Llver, Rlood, Kidneyi or Urtoary Urgana. Dr. Rhodes' Patent Electric Transfuslng Battery ls made of double-Dlated oomer and a'no thua entvina an tlrttric turrritf and la fllled wlth a rowiirrL kkdi cual raonarr whlch, titmulatrJ into aenom by tbe acld conuined ln the inolsture of tbe body, ia TaAkiruiD ikto Tita arsTEM and tu all tiii iti ciktiks. purifying tbe blood, quletlng and strengthenlug tbe nervea, and suppljlng mnclineeded electrtclty. lt la sutenled from lh neck by means of ft sllken-covered copptr wlre, and TRANSPUBINO BATTERY CO.( 16 Pemborton Square, Boston, Mass. Skth Grekn's attempt to wow aalt water fiali ln freiih water proven a fallure, tbe tliad aud ale wlvenput Into Like OnUrlo dylng Iq aucb num berntbat tbe ateach ot tbelr bodlesU well-ulgh totolerable u tbpy are wasbed upon tho itliore. Kach fiih has ft yellow sitot wltb red edcen or tiog waa nquare aod well coutcet&J. Tbe Danville some part of tbe body, but lt has uot been deter- bauj u a very fine band and duervos speclal men- mlned whether lt ls duo to a tara8lta or the freoh. tloo. Tboy itoppea ln tbe vlllo and eerenaded ness ot tbe water. tbe "bltf boys. No wonder there were a few knock-downs on the ground, for there wero no pollce oftlcert and llquor was plentyt but tbe crowd was aaorderly aa could well be eipected. Uls understood that wbon Morrisville under takes a thlng ot thls klnd they usually make a Buccess of It, Thk Nationai. Comuittkr. The Kepublican natlonal commlUee has chosen Governor Jewell of Connecticut for chalrtnau, S. W, Dorsey ot Arkansas, ttecretary, and Colonel George W. llooker, asslstAnt secretary, Tlie following ei ecutlve commltlea were chosen : Horace Davls of Callfornla, James II. Uebeausot Georgia, John A, Logan ot llllnuls, John C. New ot Indlana,Jobn 8, Uunnells of Iowa, John A. Martln of Kansas, TiiRRKare twelve firma ln WllmlQgton, Oela ware, euguged In the manufacture of ruorocco, whlch einpluy ln tbe aggrrgate about ons thou aand hands. Thej have a capltal Inveated of some $00,000, and turn out a toUl of about elght hun dred rlDlshed sklns per day. Thls leather ls made excluslvely of goat sklns, whlch are pro cured from all part of tbe country. Mininu for platlnum near 1'latUburgb, New York, has coiurnenced In earnent, l'rofesaor 1'eter CoUler waa there a few days sluce, and set a body of inlners at work under the dlrectlon of hU broiher, Jobn A. CoUler of Chlttenango, New York, It ls reported that conslderable quantltlea nf matArtat tievn alrfuLHv ltAAii aftnt nwitv in Iia Henry C. Warmouth ot Ixulalana, John M Forbes UW(ftye(i of Massacbuietts, Chauncey I, Filley ot MUsourl, ' William E. Chandler of New llamptshlre, George Within the past thlrty years thero has been an A. Ilalsey of New Jersey, Tbomas 0. l'luttof New increaso ot 033,505 ln tbe number of people en York, W, 1. Canady of North Carollna, William fiat(ej a manufacturlng ln the states ot llllnols, 0. Cooper of Ohlo, J, I, Cameron of I'euns;!- vanla, George W. llooker of Vermont, John W. AlaMon of west Vlrclnla. llllhu Yaq of Wlaconslo. H. C. llcCormlck of Artxona and btepben 11. 1'U- ains oi new aivxiou. Mlclilgan. ludUua, WUconsln, Mlnnesota, Iowa, Mlssourl, Kansas and Nebraaka. Tbe present number thus engagul ls Mtluatod at U!I,5U. lm you read how Jotdah pltkln ot Chelsea! Vermont, was cured of a terrlble aoru lug by noou s harsaiaruia, me uiooa punuer. William Allkn. Jr., of Middlebury, whlle Joiin LoMiot Drutnore. renBsvWanla. waa re cently drlven out ot hU house by swallows, They iwept down the large chlmney, drove the flre out ot the stove and the occupants out ot the kltchen william allkn. jr oi njiaaieoury, wRe lh th. windQW Kaiies -n(i werfl estl- drunk Katurday nlght, sUbbed George Sutnner In XhtJ T Jt i i tl tne arm. i v v . hhh.wi E9 Kldney rAU A diacoTery wbkh cures by the rutural prooesa, AlJSOUi'TION, aR dlMaaea ot tbe Kldaers. Blad4er, Vrinmrj Org-au mb4 Nerveaa Mystesa, vhen noHungtlMcan. lt Ucuu foruiitt to tbe ptlnt, fKwltl ln tu effecu. aud tha nrt cure for tboee palaful and uucb dreaded affticUons, Dlnlictcs aml Hrlf;it's llsease, white lt cure of GrareL, Dreaey, CatarrkerUe lllsJdcr, llrUkdeit Ipoalt( ralsf.1 Crlaatlaa-, Illgb.CoUred UrUe, Kerveas WeaVaeaa aa4 Vulm tm the Ilacli aem tnor Uke mlraclua than eawa of nat oralbaallng. Th prlcs briatfi It wllhlo liis rch of aU( and It wlll annually aave many Umea Its cost la doctors bllls, medlclnefl and plaatert, whlch at best glve but tcm. porary rtltef. It can be used wltbout fear or bartn, and wltboertalnlyof apermancnt cura. Por aale bydnv glrt gnerally, or sent by rnail (frea of poatage) oo reoolpt of tbe prloa. rxgvlar IUd, SX00 j Cblld's I"d (for Inoontlnenc of url&e ln chlldren), L&0 1 Bpnclal (itr Hi tioa Ourbook, "Ildwalife wa Baved,' (Irlng tbe bistury of thls new diacoTery and a large roord ol meat remarkable curca sent f ree, VYrlU for It, Addreoa, DAY KIU.VKV 1AI C"., TOLEIM), OIUO. Pl IITinil Owlng to th many wortblea Kldaey rada uaUIIUn.now sveklnga aU on our repuuuon, we deem II ti th amu-wd to varn them, Ask Coi VA V H X VAU, ana iau aa Mmtm mm ACADEMY ST. Jl Aflorda superlor advantagea for a College Preparatory, I.ATIN rdiI KNtll.IHII, or KNGL1S1I aud SCIKNTIVIO Course uf Htudy. Thla school haa gyiunaalum apratua, eablncta and all other needfut appllancca for the bt tralnlng. Uoard ln Uinlllue, la club, aud roouia for aelf boardlng, Fall term for IttM) beglua August 11, Vor further parUcnlan or cata logue addreM tbe princlpal, II. T, VULLKIt, Nt, Johiuburr. VU Wool Cardingl 1. ft W. TII.I1 KN. llrr, Veruionl, u. now r.rt to d. WOOL OAKOIhU oa rwoDAbl. UtwB. Woul mr U left l Ux ilon of U. DEWEY i CO., oo Hlat. BlnMt, UoutiMMU)rf uul rvtu wlll U ntiuuM to Ui. uuu uUoe. D. W. T1L1IKH. FIRE WORKS! OAMPAIGN GOODS AND ILLUMINATIONS! Uanufcture.l bf tbe NEW KNOLAND riRK WORKS I.AlUMHTiHtV, O. . Jiatnji, ryntetbnlst, Uoston lllghlami, MaiwacliustHU. Fur Clty, Town or Indlvldual Dlspl wurk cituuot be rsoelleo! Our Hoe Collectlous of Flre Worka are un el iiafltHl, We offer a full stock of everytblng oonnei ted 1th tbe trade at low raU and of the Uwt qualliy. 8end for our PrWe 1.11 and HtwrlitlT I'rogramiiie for l'ubllo and 11. Tt WKLLS, Kole Agcnt, Salesroom, 18 Havejr Street, near Milic Street, Boston. NUIIUt IU IHt hAKIVltKis I Mfe. leron IntereetMl, by publlmtton of Um aame thxeeweeka tlme the petltlooer has Uved ln strlct otxterrance of bia marltal duUa, but that tbe sald Husan Uarla hatb not re ganled her marrlage corenant, but oa tbe Itth day of Jane, A, l3.14;7,wItboutany Junt cause or prOTOcatlon, wllf ully defterted the ieUtloner, and bas erer slnoe refused to Lt wttu nirai Klierviore. uie peuuontr asas inai a aiTorce from Uie bonds of matrltnony be grantAl hlm. And, whereas, lt U niade to appear that tbe aald 8uaan Marla Bhaw resldes out of thls sute, so tbat personal serrlce of ui.l lutitlii rannnt lie m&de nnun her. tlierfare lt La ordered, thnt the ald John L. Shaw cause tbe substanoe Of hla sald peUtlon, together wlth thU order. to be publlslied ln Uie Vermont Waichuian & Hute Journal, a newspaper frlnta ln Uie town OI aiompeiier. in sahi oouniy oi n aaa Qiiton. for three weeks aucresslrely, tbe hut of mblcb pub- llcatlon hall be at .east Qve erkt prerloua to tbe flrst day of the term to w lacn aaia peuuon i reierrea, wnicn snaii oe aufltclent nottre to the sald Husan Marla Miaw to appear be- lore sald County t'ourt, next to be bolden at Montpelier, wlthln and for the counlr of Washington, sute ot Vermont, 00 the aecond Tuesday ol Keptember, A. I. l!W0. and sbow cause.lt any she hare,wby tbe prayer of aald petltloner should not be granted. Olveo nnder my hand at Montpelier, ln tbe county of Waan ington. tnu om nsy oi juit, a. ir. m-v. TlkOTHT P. REDF1ELD, Judg of Bopreme Court. O. L. IIOTT, AtTOaitSV TOk Lian,l.lST. 47-4 JOSKI'II A. B. WIIKATON'R KSTATK. HTAfP. OF VKKMOM, Dlstrict of Washington, sa. ln rroltate uourt, neia at aio&ipener, wunin ana ror siua Dlstrict, on tbe 2ttb day of June,A. 1. IWWt Anlnstrumentpuri'ortlng tobethelajt V 111 and TesU tnent of Joseph A. K. Wbeaton.late ot llarre.tn aald Dla trtct, deceased, belng prceented W Uie Court by warren tl, Kye. Uie eicuur ihereln oanied, foc probatei It la or dered by aald Court, that all person coneerned tberein be ITobate Offlce, tn sald Montller, on tbe I'lh day of J oty, A. I. 18f, and sbow eaitse, U any they may bTe, agalnst tbe prooaie otaani wiui ior wnicn puriuee wiuruiri Uial a oopy of Uie reoord of thla order be puMlalMd three mwkm BiuvvMalTiil ln tlie Vermont Watchnian and Htatfl Jourual. prlnted at Montpelier, prevloua to sald Ume ap- UAHVKT TILUEN, Jodge. SEYMOUU CAMI'KKLL'M KSTATK. (TA1 fc OK VEKMOM, Dlstrtct of Wasblngtoo, aa. Inl'robatel'onrt.htudat Montteller, ln aald Uisirtct, on tbe Wtb day ot J une, A. IM)t Erasinua I. Waldo, Admlnlstralor of tbe esUteof Py inour t'aiupbell. lale of (. abot. ln aald Dlstrict, demued, pre senU bls admlnlatraUon aooount for exaniLnatlon and allow anoe, and makes appllrauon for a decree ol disirlbuUon and narlUlon ot tbe eaUte of aald deueaaeii, Wnereuoon, tt la ordered by aald Court, tbat aald aooount and oe reierrea vo s session uifreui. to u Buy the New 13m hl IiTi ItfM ySSMSSSSM a newsiiair publlsbed at Montpelier, prerloas to aald Ume oiiiusi ivr uesvnDg, ni uiey uuiy mui 1 nlsce. and shuw cauae. tf anf ther may bar. wb aald aoouuot sbould not be allow d, aud such deorM mada. Moilol Buckoyo Mowor! Uauufaotared by the Rk-lutrditon Uanufactm lug Uomiiauy, WorcesUT, Uaaa. tsUbUsbed ln 1UT, M'nrmnf'f tho Mvit J)umbtfl JttUabte, Jiaotett Mmtaird and JLCjhtt$i Hraft Motetr tnauufueturttS, Iiuckeje Moer, Dullard's Hay Tedder, Whlt ooinb's lmproved Wheel IUkes and Lot btras for Repairs of Buckeys Mowers etc, etc, roa iiik ar Tolm 1?. 10V0F. OlUco In 1). l)eweya Store, Montpelier Vt Worcester AcAdemr M'orrester, Mass. froiu $30 to $W utay lt had, aoourdlng to ueed, luerll and order of applluatUin. Young men wantlng a llberal eduoa tluuart reoueeted, wbaleTer thelr dreumsUnoes. lo apply to Mf LEAVENWyKtH, frluclpaX. IMUl 8AT.K-A 8KONI)-IIANIl 1'IANtl-ai ; Ura, TOWtt'B,a Hcbowl ilroet, Vlaliiflild; VanooDt, liy Um Court. Atwt, , UIKAM I'AIirilKlfrt KttTATK. IA1E Or VtltUU.NT.lfistnciot Watlilngton, aa. lu rrolMtte I'ourt, Im41 al Montpelier, m eau wsinci, ou UielTlhiUyot June.A.Ii.lwo, Luiiua lfrinerlit, AduduUirator of the eatate of Illram rariner, uie or iuiuury, in iiuu;, iin.x5ou. aenu bls aainlnlstrallon aooount for eicamlnaUou and allow anoe, ana maaes apuucauuo tor a ueoree ui uuinuuiioa nu larUUou of Uie twule of sald deoeaaed. Wbereunon.ltUor deral by aald Court, that sald aooount and aald applkwtlon be referrvd to wmou tiiereof , to be beld at Um I'rebat OfUc,lu sald Moniiieliertoa Um 9Lb aay or J nly, A. V. isau, for bearlng and decLeloo tbereon I And, tt Ls f urtaer or dered, thal notloe bvrvof be glven to all pereona Intereated, by publkiaUon of Um aame Uiree evki luooesalvely Ln Uie Vermont Watcbinan A UUU Journal, a uawspeper pub Uiheil at lonlie)ler. prevloiia to aald tlme appulnted f or heartng, tbat tbey may appear at aald Ume aud pUoe, aud ahow oause, If auy they uiat baTe, wby aald aooount tbODkl not b allowed, and auoh decree made. fly theCourU Attest, . , 4HT lUKYfcT TILDKK, Jadge. S AS1UKI. MKItltIAM'8 KSTATK. 3 PIAIIi Uf )I.IWIU.tii"'t hhuiuivu,. n irntt nniirt. tiidtl at Montpelier. ln and for aald Dla. trtct, oo Uie ftlh day of June, A. D. 1S l E. lt. alerrum aud J. II. llsatlngs, eiecutora ot the eaUUt of Hamuel Merruuu. late of Waterbury, ln aald DUtrWt, de ceased, makea appltoallon to aald Court, llb the oonaent and approbatlou ln wrtling of the wldow, dsrlafes and Irgtleea of aald deceaaed. for IWnse to sell all Um real eatate belonglng to Uie iwlate of sald deoeased In thl state, exoent Uie home plaoe lu Walerburyj represeuUng tbat UMaal Uiereof would be beneflctat o Ui wtdow, dertseea and tegatees.and thoae Inlorealed ln aald eeUte. Wbereuiton, lt ts ordered by sald Court, thal aald appltoaUm b re ferred to m amidon tberof, lo l beld at Uie rrobat nflloe. ln aald Montpelier, on tbe 23d day of July. A, D, Iwh), for hbarlng and declskon Uiereo and, It la further or dered, that aU twrau.ia Inlerwted be uotlfled bereof , by pub Uuatlon of nouce of aald apolluatlon and onler Uuuott three weeka suoctMlvely ln tbe Vermont Watcnmaa A BUt Journal, a new paper publUbed at Uoolpeller, and mhknclrculaue In the nelghborbowl of thoae lotrtfd, befora sald Ume of lieartng, tbat Ibey may appear al aald luue and place, and, Lf they see cause, object tLento.