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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1882.
WKDNKSDAY, JULY 20. 1882. KcptibllcAii Cminty Convontloii. Ihe teputllcan voterfl of the counly of Waahlnglon are bereby notlfled and miiipatert to meet In innm conven tlon al Montpelier, ln Capltal llall, on Patnrday, Anirnat 5th, 1M2, nt ten oVIork A. H.( to nomlnale camtldate for atale aenatori and cotintjr ofllrera, and to elect a countj conimlttM for the next two fmri enaulnjt. (IKOKtlF. A. I'bTNAM, w, I-. mt.i.iMiiiA.M, W, A. JONM, r. r. riTKiN, W. A, 1IOYCE, K. K, JONLX, lmto-l at Montpelier, July 12, 1881. Htpultiean CoNnfy Tlio Dclny. Tho publlcntton ot Uie Watciiman wra delnyed one day tlit week In order to glve lt readcrs the renult of tlie dltrlct conventlon. We belleve they will thank us for glvlng them Uie news one week ejtrller tlian we could have otherwine'done. Locftl Items. Buri.inoton Datly Yce JVfM la lor trnle at rhlnney's bookstore. A htkady, tnduotrloun young man. who U a Kood penniAn, and deotres conatant employrocnt, can learn o! a gfxxi vlttiatlon byadilreMliiK "Biisl ncffl," CAro of thl offlce, ln his own Jmndwrltlng. FkankII, Dascom'b drug itore U headquarters for clgara and patent medlclnes; also parl green for potato bufj, white hellebore lor currant vmnns, andcarbolate and chlorlde ol llme for rfi cnfectants. Ocit agrlcuHural editor, T. II, IIoBkln, New port, Vt., wlll nend a burhel crate of curranta to anyetAtlon on the raMumpsic or Wells Klver raltronds, evpnts prepnid, for fonr dollnrs. In rmaller quautltlea at theeamo me.but notprc vaid. Tiib bllnd boy ls at homo agftin and wlll atay a few weeka, and would like to refill wltli cane such clialra as noed It. If any one has sucb, he wlll bottom common slze for fortyrt?e centa eacb, lnrger and other work ln proportlon. A nelghbor wlll get and tetttrn them gratl, 11 wltbln a radlus ol flfteen rallei", Orders nollclted. Ulrect to D. II. Cole, 1'lalnHeld, Vt. Current Mcnllon. Trk Orleans county reptiblican conventlon wlll meet In Iranburgh, July VO. Lamoillk county republlcfln conventlon willbe beld ln Itydciark, Augiiflt 10. Tiik aoldiers of Wlndnor county wlll hold a te unlon at Sllver Lake in llarnard In September. It ld eipected that General N, V, Bankd wlll de Hver the addrei8 at the comlng fair at St. Albana. Hkv. J. Kdwaiiu WitiniiT N eiicted to prench ln WrlghtHvlIle next Sunday afternoon at two o'clock. Hkv. Geoiwik S. Gt'FitxsRY wlll prcacb ln Waitsfield next Sunday, July UOth, forenoon and afternoon. Tiik citlzens of Burlington have pubccribed about a tbouand dollars for the Shennan ralli tary band. Tiik little fteamer Curlew, whleb ba lately beenplying on Lake Champlain and Otter Creek, has been oold to partiea ln Ojjdensbtirgh and han been taken to tbat clty, A ltFGi'LAit comrounlcAtlon of Aurora Lodge, Xo. -J, Free and Accepted Manon, will be held at the maaoDic halt on Monday evenicg, July 31, nt half-pant oeven o'clock. Womc. Uev. D. V. Mouoan of Beverly, Man., will preach ln the Baptict church at half.pat ten o'clotk Sunday mornlng. Mr, Kogera wlll preach to the cblldren at half-paft seven r. m. Tiik thlrd ntimber of the Green Movntaln EcJio, publirhed by Vermontern In San Fracclsco, has been reoelved. It contAlnfi, amorg othcr good thlDgs, a blcgraphlcal pketcli of I-uiac Tlchenor, Vermont'n thlrd governor. A whw paper ls wion to bo atarted In Vermont by Mr. A, Menserof Hochester and wll! bewlled the " 1'atrona Hural," lt ts to be publlahed monthly, price fifty centa per year, and willbe under tbe auspiceH ot the 1'atrona of Iluabacdry. At the democratlc cnucua held last Fiiday evenlng tho followlng delegatea were choten to attend the dihtrlct conventlon held nt Wells Hlver to-morrow: lllram Atkln?, William Mlller, II. G. Dewlng, Will Sulllvan, A. J. Slbley, W. O. SUndUh. Amoskeao Ecami'met of Odd Feliowa of Salem, Mnm, make an eicurelon to tlila vlllage. They leave bome September 4th. From here they go to Burlington, Butland, Albany, New York city and Provldence. Tbo Salem Cadet band wlll accompany them. The etate Pplrltuallct a?oclatlou haa bought the Queen Clty I'ark grounds at Burlington for a carap ground, pnying ? 3,000 therefor, and will hold a camp meetlng there from August 21 to September 11. Next season they will erect a hotel and a large number of cuttages. Thb venerable Stephen Ilerrlck of Middlesex raadean iDterestlDg call upon the new proprletor of the Watciiman last week. Mr.IIenlck ianow elghty-elght years of age, and Is the oldet living contlnuous tiubHcrlber to thls pnper. Ile retaina hH powers and facultlea to aremarkable degree, and hU reminlscencea of the old timea are very entertalnlrg. Tiik moht atrociouii pun we cver caw waa lately committed by the Sheldon correppondent of the St. Albana Messcnycr, We glve it, as the circua blUa wy, ln all lu undivlded And stupendoua en tlrety. Here ycu have lt; "When wlll people realize that it U mournful to be more'nfulU" O, Sanltl Saultl See tho effect of your example. You are forglven, but go and t-In no more. Vfh.mont etate falra will be held as follows: State fair at Burlington, September 12-lfi; Ad dison county fair at Mlddlebiuy, September 0-8: Chittenden county at Vasex JuDctlon, September 0-8; nnion exhibltion at St. Albans, Augut 31, September 1; Dog Hlver Valley at Northfield, Septrmber 19 21; Poultney industrlal at South Poultney, September 20 28; Kupert at West Ru pert, September iifi-28. Tiik flrst continuoua hlghway bullt ln Vermont, east of the Green Mountalna, waa from White Ulver Junctlon to Burlington. From the Junc- tlon It went to Ilandolph Center, and through Brookfield, Montpelier, Waterbury, WllltstOD etc. It waa conctructed by the government and lald out hlx rods Vrlde, or two roda wider thanthe roadaof modern daya. To-day lt lo oneof the best roada in the state. Klkven carloada of eicnrblonlsts from Lyndon ville came to town Tuettday, The excurslon waa under theausplcea of the Methodist church of that place, although Ihotte partlclpatlng were by no ineans all of that church. The traln waa due here at 12 10, but did not arrlve untll 2, because of the length of the traln. AsBlstant Saperin tendent Wliltcomb was obliged to go to Wooda vllle and procure an extraenglne to get lt through, St. Amiani Memnyer; "The hablt which great many travetera have, of appropriating wbole car oeat for themselvea and thelr vallses, And asBuratng a calm Indlfference when otherx enter the car and look In valn for any empty f eat, la not a courteoua hablt, to aay the least, Tbe aversge vallse can rlde aa corafortably on tbe car lloor aalnAeeat; and ordlnary pollteneca ought to preclude any necf sslty for the ald of a bmke man cr condactor ln cleaiing away obtruslve baggageor turnlng over ceata to make room for additlonal jtaHcengera. Tiik followiug oillcera of the St. Jean Baptltte Soclete were InnUlled Tuenday eenlng, July 2.1 for the nlx monthn enfuingi President, Francoli Archanibault; vlceprefldent, I'lerre Marcotte (lecretary, Mlchei I.cdoux; asflctant necretary, Al phonite Ilainelle; correcpondlng secretary, Herre peaautelsi treaeurer, Seraphin Neveaux-, aslst- ant treaxtirer, Ilenry Smlth; corn, ord. Louls Hondeau ; ass. com. ord Thelecphor Allard comite d'enqueto, Alex llamelle, Sr.t Kugene Laviolette, Jaquen llamtlle; comite dereceptiou, Antolne Archambault, Uaphael Lanler, Alphonse Sboreitt. St. Amuns Mtmenyer : " Coinmencing on Monday, the 24th lnt., a new llne wlll be opeued vlathe Central Veimont road, runnlng pullman parlor cara betueen Montrenl and New lyndon without change; andthepubllo are now glven chance for excurolooa from Montreal to Bloc Ialand (and return), a noted aeaMde reaort ou LoDg Utand Sound, for the reawonable amount of tendollara for the round trlp with correiond ingly low ratea from statlona between Montreal and White Ulver Junctlon and Brattleboro. Illock Island U a inost dellghtful resort, And wlll Aitract inany people who long for aeaid pleaiurea." Tiik annual tneettng of the Vermont Iditom' and PublUhera Amw ciatlon waa held at Jlurllcgtoi last week Wedoesday evenlug, about thlrty o! the membera preseut. After admlttlng veveral new iuf mbern, ofllcera were elected a follows Presldent, A. N. Swaln; vlce-preHldenta, G. G Benedict, L. (). Greene, C. M. Chase; rrcordlug secreUry, I). Wfbster Ulxunj corresondlDg nec retary, 1. M CAmp; treaRiirer, C. M. Mone; ex rcutlve coinmlttee, O. (J. Benedict, A, II, Tuttl W I. McMater. Vailous mattera of Interet tbe craft were dUcussed, and a coiumittee threo, conitistlug of G. G, Benedict, L. O. Greene and 11. A. llujie, were appolcted to procure some neodod changw of Uie Uwi and practlcCM of tAle ofllclala, ftffectlng the tnteresta of the publishera And prlntera of the itate, The entlre party then went on an cicurslon to Au Sable Chasm and the assoclatlon tdjonrned tfne dlc. Titn mall pouch stolen at the Central depot, the 12(h of January last, waa fonnd In the rtver near thecemctery Wednesday mornlng, bj a nd of Sexton Ira Snow, white In awlmmtng. The ntrAp hAd ben cut And the contents ot the pouch ex tracted, wlth the exceptlon of nome bundlesot newspapera. Tiik reptiblicAn ntAte commtttee held a moetlng at the pAvlllon Tueoday evenlng and organtzed na fottowa: Chalrman, Hon. George Nlchola of Northfield secretAry and treajurer, llon. Car roll S. pAgeof Hyde Park; executlve commtttee, George Nlchola, C. S. Page, J, J. fotey, Warren Glbba, 11. J. Ormsbee, Littlb Nrlmk, daughter of George Atktns of the Arftus ofilce, After A long and palnful lllness, paied peacefully away Sunday nlght. Her case luzzlcd the knowledge and bnflled the sklll of attendtng physlclans, who roanytlmea gave her up And as many tlmea recovered hope. Wlthln a few daya ot her death her frienda had Btrong hopes ot her ultlmate recovery. The final change came without n Btruggle, nnd vhe was thought to be asleep for some tlme After she breathed her last. She was a very brlght, Affecttonate chlld nnd had a large ptace ln the hearU of all who new her, And many frlenda will aympathlze wlth the lmmedlAta relatlves. The funeral ver vlcea occurred Tuesday forenoon at ten o'clock. A cL'itiova cAse of apontaneoua combostion took place ln Hichford the other day, W. II. llurlbut hml a lot of hay cnpn ot heavy white cotton made, and to render them waterproot dipped them In nseed oll. After allowlng them to haugacouple dKyaonallne he folded them up and placed em ln a ptle under a back veranda of hls house. About etght o'clock the same evenicg whllst shuttlng up hls house he thought of the hay capa And started to take them lostdo, but upon puttlng hta hand under them to lltt them they wereao hot that he could not hold them. Groatly sur- prlsed be oeparated the ptle And waa more as toulshed than ever when he saw that they amoked. Upon examluatlon they were found to bo as brown aa If baked In An oven. AMONQthe many atrangers ln town to-day we nottce the followlng : Kittrldge Ilasklna, B. D. IlarrU and Jullua J. Itey, Brattleboro; Luke P. 'oland, Ilorace Falrbanka, Dr. G, B. Bullard, St. Johnsbury ; L. II. Thompson, Irasburgh ; C. B. Eddy, Bellowa Falls;UG. Hinckley, Chelsea; Justua Dartt, Ascutneyvllle ; General A. Cush- man, Hochester ; W. C. French, Woodstock ; S. Thompson, Lyndonville ; George Nlchols, Northfield ; Carroll S. Page, Ilydepark ; Governor Farnhara, Bradford ; Warren Glbb., Burlington ; Theophllus Grout, Newport. The newspapera are represented by C. S. Forbcs, lloaton Journal ; O. Greene, Mootlstock Stannard; II. 11 Parker, ilradford 0fnon,' W. Howard Tucker, Asso- clated Presa ; C. S. Klnsley, HurHnyloix CUppcr ; Ilward Johnson, Burlington Frec Vci , A. A. Carle, iAwlmnrk; L. P. Thayer, Mct Hanhtph Ifcraltl; I). W. Dlxon, St. Atbana Messenger, Tiik cnucua Saturday evenlng, altbough the parttsans ot the leadlng candtdatea worked splrlt edly and earnestly for thelr favoriteo, passed off an orderly manner wlth a satlifactory result the electlon of the Poland tlcket nlnety-three to eventyone. The supportera of Grout or somo of them attempted a pleceof sharp practlce by clrculating a tlcket antd to be primarily for 1)111 logham, wlth the object of drawlng thevotea ot the many who are personally frlendly to htm and ho would, under dlff erent clrcumstancea, be glad to vote for him. When the fact waa demon fctrated, as lt waa very neatly, that tbe ticket was trcomlarily for Grout, the projrct fell llat. The namea of tbe detegates elected are as follows: ItramCarleton, George W. Wlng, J. C. Iloughton, W. Guernsey, T. O. Balley and C. T. Sabln. Tho delegation waa authorlzed by vote of the caucus to lltl Any vacancy that may occur. Mr. Sabln and Mr. Iloughton were unable to Attend the conventlon, nnd J. B. Thurston and Hush P. Barrett oerved ln their places. TiiESabin Slate Coraiiany of Montpelier, Vt., was organized ln thla vlllage, Monday, the 24th lnst. At the meetlng of the stockholdera the fol- loniug gentlemen werechosen dlrectora: Charlea Burleigh, George Jewett and John Burney of Fl'chburg, Mass.t Charles T. Sablnof Montpelier, II. II. Blngbam of Stowe, John B. Thurston and Kdward D. Blackwell of Montpelier. The directora madecholce ot the followlng ofllctrs: teHldent, Charlea T. Sabln; treasurer, IMward Blackwell; clerk, Jamea T. Sabln. It Isthe lntentlon of the company to commence operations at once, ln openlng the qnarry on the farra of Mr. Charlea T. Sabln. Dr. Cuttiug, the atate geohglt, In speaklng of thla quarry aald that findlngitof very superior quality I thought a few facta ln relatlon to the same would be ot In terest. Trnclog the probable extent of the alate by the outcropt, we have no doubt but that at least seventy-five acres can be easlly available. The outcropa are about one hundred And thlrty- ilx fcet above the valley below, thui easlly sup- plylng an tnexhaustlble amount of slate above the llne of easy dralnage, and the valley also fiirnlfhea ample room for the refuse materlal, The slate Uken from the quarry at thla tlme U ery tough, and can be split ln tableU two feet square and one-elghth of an Inch ln thlcknesp. It ia of a dark tlcli color that doea not fade, 1s even In ghade, very free from Iron pyiltPH, and In every way a good ftate for rooflng pnrposea. rorsnual. Ukv. A. W, WitD has accepted hlacall to Char lotte. Conoiiemman Gkout has rcturned to hUpost at Washington. Hon, Aha O. Alpis and son are vlfitlDg At their forraer home, St. Albana. Sknatoh Kdmudh wlll remaln at hls home In Burlington for the present. JurwiK lliiADi.KV of the Unlted Statea Supreme Court la, wlth hia famlly, In Burlington. Kev. John Cowan of lsex haa returned from a vacatlon wlth frlenda in Pennsyhanla. Hkv. L. O. Biiastow of Burlington haa gone uiun hla curamer vacatlon to the Adlrondacks. Phofkhhok G. 11. Pkhkinb of the Unlversity of Vermont has, wlth hla famlly, gone to the White Mountalns. Conohfhsman Jovck haa pnrtlally recovered from hla recent illness, and la able to be on the atreets agaln. Ix-Pohtmahtkh-Gknkhal Jewkll of Connec ticut la etopplng for the summer at Congresa llall, Sheldon Sprlngi. J. F, McGowan of St, AUians haa accepted the pOBltlon of manager of the Pittsfield (Maaa.) Evenlng Jonrnd. Miti. Li'KK P, 1'oi.and and her slster, Mra, Hoblnson of St. Johnsbury, are etopplng for a few daya In Waterville. Dit. U M. anii Willabo E. Nklbon of Lowell, Mass., have started on an extended blcycte trlp to Uutlaud and pointa beyond. itrsiDFT IlAMLiNof Middlebury Collegehas been undergolng an operatlon on hla eyea at the FleUher HoppttAl In Burlington. Tiik ordlnation and InstAlIatlon of Ucv. John L. Sewall of the Fint Cougregatlonal church ln Westminster took place on the 19th. IIon, GF.oitnK P, Mausii of Burlington, for twenty yeAro mlnlster of the Unlted Statea to Italy, died ln Vallatnbrotia last Monday, Mn. William II. Stuono, president of the Atchlson, Topeka and Santa te railway, baa been very elck, but is now improvlng ln health. Anniuit HKAin'oitnof Jericho wlll sooncora' raencethe publlcAtlon ot a four-column weekly newspaper, to be styled the Chittenden Jitporter, Ho.v, A. B. TiioMttioN, secretary of state of New Ilampshlre, haa been spendlng a few daya wlth hls brother, J. C, Thompson of St, Johnsbury, W. W. ItKNJAUiN, a natlve of Brldiort and lately prlnclpal of Mount Pleasant Academy a Slng Slng, N. Y.,d!ed on the 20th, aged flfty-two, PnoKKHnoH S. B. Whitnkv, the organlst, will return from hnroiw In tlme to conduct tbe choli feBtival to be held at Brattleboro early ln Sep teraber. Tiiomas C. Kahi.v of Iadville, Colorado, who was trled for the tnurder of Olllcer Samuel C, Townshend, formerly of Wallingford, haa been acqultted. ltuioi,rn Goldhmitii of Bennington has been appolnted a member of the mtlltary band at the soldlera' home at llainpton, Vlrglnla, And has gone there. II. II, Uosrtof the Vermont Kplscopal Instltute, and famlly. wlll take a trlp to the White Moun talns, Massacbusetta, etc, They wlll beaUent several weeka. Hon, FiiROKHit'K Hii.l.lNdH ot Woodstock named as one of the corporators ln a blll now be- fore congresn for the Incorporation ot the Nlcar- aguan canal comitany. WfrsLKV W. PiiHM'rtof Middlebury, a gradnate ofthe Chandler department of uartmouui Coh lege ln 1881, has been elected clty englneerof Port Iluron, Mlchlgan. )it, Goi.iiHMiTii of Hutland haa been elected an honorary member of the New Voik pathologlcal soclety, Ileta the flrst Vennouter ujtun whom the bouor was ever conferred. GovEUNOit Binoiiam haa recovered from hls , late vlckneas and waa ln town Uut week Wedne day. Hta popularlty among a11 clAsaea of people ta evlnced by thelr sollcltnde for hls recovery. Lymam W. IlFDiwnTON of HutlAnd was nomln- ated for congresa by the democrats of the flrst dtstrlct at thetr conventlon held In Burlington last Thnraday, Only forty delegatea were preaent. Mm. G. U Watkiiman of HjdepAtk has re- lently recelved from the St. Johnsbnry and Lake ChAmplaln rallroad company $100 for Injnrles re celved A few yeArs ago on the Poitland and Og denabnrg. Dit. Siikkhak of St. AlbAns has beenoffered the jxwltlon as lea.ler of the cholr At St. Luke's ln that place, but declined to sever hts connectton wlth the Congrcgatlonal cholr, whlch he has served so well for many years. IIf.nhv Wahhrn of Troy, N, Y who dled very auddenly of heArt dliease Tuesday of lnst week, was one of the last ot the survMng stage drlvera ho used to drlve between Troy and Bennington ilfty years Ago. Deceaaed was aeventy-three yenra of age. Hkv. Dh. Sapfohu lnslats on hls reslgnatton of the iutorate of the College atreet church, Bur lington, And the church has voted to accept lt, subject to the approval of an ecclestAstlcal coun cll. Stepa have been taken to call one to dlsaolve the present pastorate. PniLANDKit DE.M1NO, formerly a well-known reporter In the Vermont legislature, and eenlor tenographer of the auprcme court of New lork, has reslgned, nnd Sncer C Hogers, a former stenographer of Franklin county court, Is ap polntod to filt the vacancy. PiUNCirAiiUoMKitT. FuLLFit.nowof St. Johns bury Academy, has accepted the appointment of prlnclpal ofthe Worcester (Mass.)'Free Institute of Technology, Ile has brought St. Johnsbury Academy to a hlgh standard of excellence And hls losfl wlll be neverely felt there. Mu. Danigl A. Tuttlr, at one tlme a well known roanufactnrer of wrltlng pnper, dled at hls home ln Springfield, Mass., the 17th. Born ln ermont ln 1815, his boyhood was possed At Bel lows Falls, And there he learn ed somethlng of the bustness whlch he afterward followed, Pbeston Powrnfl, the noted Vermont scutptor, lately exhlblted to the wldow and the mother of the late president the model for A bnst of General Garfield taken from the portralt used on the new five-cent postage stamps. Tliey were hlghly pleased wlth lt, and Mr. Powers wlll At once pro ceed to Italy to execute the work In marble, life-slze. Colonkl Cominb ot WlnnemuccA, Nev., has inst dellvered to tho president and fellows of llddlehury College the tltle deedatothe " Hose Creek Silver Mlne," sltuated ln the Slerrn mlning dlstrlct, Humboldt county, Nev. The present vaIuo of the property la fixed by the glver At S.T0, 000. The condltlon upon whlch the gift Is made that Its Droceeds shnll eo toward the bulldini? of a hallof sclence.to be named after the colonel. Mr. Fkank O. Dewet ot Boston haa been in town vlsltlnir hls relatlves and manv frlends. Ile isa good representattve of the genus " Self-Made ien." uie oiaest oi ine sons oi usmao uewey, e left home when but a lad in tho directlon of the metropolls of New Kngland. IIIs flrst ocru patlon was that of a peddler of tln ware and the good s usnally golrjg wlth that llne ot buslness. iiy constanc nppucaiion ana tne exercise oi snrewa Yankee wit. he rose stepbv step tobewhatho nowis, atthe headof a firm of wholecale deal ers ln those goods. He la a brother of PenNon, Simeon, John and Orville Dewey, and a cousln of Charles and ICdward Dewey, all ot thla vlllage. Sknatoii Kiiumh has recelved from hhcol- lenguesnf thejudlclary commlttee, nctingVlce Presldent Davis, Senators Bayard, McMillan, In galls, Hoar, Garland nnd Sargent, a beautiful ex presslon ot sympathy regardlng the recent death of hli daughter Julla, ln the form ofaletterin whlch they say : " Knowlng how grlevonsly your tenderest aff ection has been strlcken InthMrre parable loss, It la beyond ourpowerto ofTerany consolation, except bucIi as wells up ln a slncere sympathy. But we humbly pray God to glve you fortltude to boar thla hard trlal, nnd to ln snlre you wlth confidenceln hls snbllme mercv, that tho loved one In passlng nway from thla Ilfe, has jolned the bleBsed ln everlastlng joy." MoNTrELiEit. F. W Morso and wlfe were in Boston last week.. . . I). M. Cainp of tbe Newport rvress waa in town last Wednesdav. He ln- isted, rlghtlnthefaceof our editor ial. that Grout would bo nomlnated. To-day has declded lt Hev. Georce F. Story of Waterville was in town the latter part of last week C. W. Flsher of llarre walked to town lAAt Thursday ln an hour. L'retty good tlme J. (J. Ilougnton la leit alone n the bank. Frank Kendall beine awav on hla vacatlon Those whose buslness la near the head ot State street were entertalned wlth a war of word) one day laat week. The dlsparity in the volnme of voices of the contestants waa an great aa between the physlcal forco of David And Gollah. A allght dlsplay of rauscle ended tbe Affalrand the doughty colonel remained ln po sesslon of the field Mr. Bottsford ot Boston has been vlsltlng wlth hla frlend, H. G. Brown. ....W. D. McMaaterof the Woodstock vewas ln town last Thursday.... Company II hadadrlll u(on the school gronnds Thursday evenlng. The usual delegation of small boyadid the standiog a round A large new aafe, made by George L. Damon & Co . waa nut Into tbe nost ofllce Fri- day In consequence of the rain of Wednesday And the lowerv asrject of Thursdav morninff. nnlr about slxty went to the Northfield camp grounda on iqo picnic excursion oi irinuy cnurcn, ine day, however, provfd to be a good one, and those who went enjoyed the occaslon very mnch Barnnm'a advertlslng car, Number 2, arrlved ln town last week Wednesday and bllled the town And surrounding country on Thursday. Another car wlll ho herB thls week. Numeroua young people And chlldren of larger growtb were enter talned by the muslc of the calllope Mr. Charlen T. Sabln returned to town last week. . T. YA ward Urmsby, late of the Argus omce, is at work ln a iobpilntlne establlshment In Mollne. Illinois Mrs. Morton Marvln ls stlll very slck, lthough reportod better at last accounta On Mondav two men drove around the ttost offlce corner froin State to Klm atreets too sharply, breaktng tho snokes out ot tbe hind wheel nnd and throwlng them out. No further damage was dnne L. P. Thayer of the West Ilandolph Iferald and Xeics, 0. S. Forbes ot the Jioston Journnl, and John L. Mason of Richmond were ln town baturday Uev. II. E. Butler of Jack sonville. Ullnols. brother of Dr. Butler of Ewsei. preacbed a very Interestlng sermnn at Bethany cnurcn iasi aunaay r. w. uamwin oi tioston, brother-ln-law of General Grout, was ln town last week look 1b g after fencea. Hesults would aeem toshow that nome bars were left down...,. A. G, Trulan, tho well-known telegraph operator at tne uentrai vermont ratiroad station, iias re turned from a vacatlon ol two weeka at Whltefield. C. N. Haekell of Concord. N. II.. took hls nlace. j, v tuiii nas reiarneu irora iwsion.. ,. PrAKCOtt nf Mnlne snAnt SnndAV wlth lila brother of the Watciiman B. F. Flfield re turned to town last Saturday Kev. F, W. Bartlett ot Northfield aaalsted in the evenlng aer vlces atChilst church on Sundav. There wlll be no service next bunday Abijab Kelth and famlly, who have been vlsltlng wlth Mra. C. W. Wlllard. left on Monday..,.. Freeman Bixbv has been ln Springfield this week. He wlll return to- morrow iion. u a. imnaana inmuy leuior York Bcach, Malne, Monday where they will pena ine remainaer oi ine senson. jneirae- parturo waa conslderabiy ilelayed by Mr, Dana s serlous Illness, They wlll be warmlv welcomed whenever they may vtslt this vlllage .... Tbe palnters have put a new look upon George C. Shepard'a houte A portlon ot the Montpe lier ana weiis mrer miironu siaiion nas neen taken out of tho center and tho east end moved up to cloae the gap. Thls ls designed to glve rooma jor learos to get uie ireigui wnnout nav Inz to stand ln the street.. The followlnir young gentlemen of thla vlllage made a trlp to Camel's Ilurop yesterday; K. (J. Brown and hia frlend E. lt. Botsford, George 11. Shepard and hls inena u. i. urooKs. u u. tving, unarue inomp son. Charles Chandler and N. C. Kinc. Thev wentontheenrly morningexpress, whlch stopped lortnem at uiaiey a, ana mey iiaatnemu day lor fun and sleht aeelne Alexander Warden. the lonc tlme fireman at the I'avillon. haa left hls 1ob lor a ieiierone,. , juuu i,. xutiie reiurnea lues- day evenlng from Dakota Mr. Fales ot the Bishop House went lnst week to Woodstock to attend the funeral of I. L. Thompson, Mrs. Fales' oromer uev. u. o, Dmiiu waa uname to go to Ludlow tonrOHch last Sundav Calvln Stow. who has been ln town for the past week, has re turned to Lowell, Masa Mlss Jennlo IC, Walte la vlsltlng herslster, Mrs. Jamea T, Sabln Mr. H. II. Demlngot Newbury wlll soon removeto thhi place. He has been a merchant at that plnce many years.., ..Mr. II. C. Webster's chlldren, accoronanled bv Mrs. Blackmer ot Orwell, have returned from Brandon. Ilenry Cobb, Mr. Web- aier cifrn, lBtaning a vacauon..,..n, a. Loomis and who nave returned rrom baratogA...,,Mra, ii. v. HMsnam nas ueen iu lor several oava Mra. John Brooks has gone to Newbury to vislt her father.... The wlfe and daughter of Jullua i-.iciiDerg, a nmea iiosion mnaician, are at tne Hiversldo. . .Tbe Ijine Manuf acturlng Onmpany'a works are now run by stenm ln consequence of low water. Advantage la taken ot the fact to re- pairtho dam George Turner, formerly clerk for A. J. Howe, ts vlsltlng ln town. He la statlon agent at 0age Clty. Kansas... .Hon, Ilenry lUllard was at the 1'avlllon. Mondav evenlnir. . . . The regular Camp Watson party will go there next week..., George Edgecombe, formerly of the shoe firm of Chase St Wgecoinbe, ls vlsltlng Biiuman uuuse, nis rormer iwnner.,.. uev. ii F. Illl 1 had a sudden Illness last week Fildav but recovered so as to be at hls desk on Sundav, ....Mrs. Jamea T Thurston la vlsltlng atM R miuen mra. ouwaaru . uoiuy ana aaugn- ter wlll snend tho summer In town.. . , , Fred Klrn- ball, formerly ofthe Aryut ofllce, iald the town allylng vlsitlast week Durlng the absence of hla famlly, who are at Ilandolph, 11, A. Iluse, iq.t is uonraing at ine lavnion mr. ana Mrs. 8. B. Durveaof Brooklvn. N. Y.. atotmed here Tuesday on a trlp through the state. More reul uujuyijieut nu uo uuutiutru iruiu suiu n wity Ol traveling than from any other.. . . .Tracrs of plnk eve are stlll found amonz some of the hontes ln town.. Mra, George G. Kellogg Is rocoverlng from her recent Illness,. ...Dr. J. R Gomienough has the thanks of the editor for a flue bunch ot Kiud lllies,..,.Mr. A. A, Hadley Is out of town r a few daya.,.., Uev, Ilenry I. Cushman ot I'roviaence, H I , wlll preacn at the Church i the Messlah next Sundav mornlnir.. .. .Mrs. M. 1- Ile, are stopplng wlth Mrs. II M. Pierce, nuother aaugnier, ior a short tlme. Mra. narrington wlll ue pieHsantiy rememuerea ny inany oi our peopi TiiKSECitUTH ofSuccksi. IJnauestlonably one ot the most remarkable successes of any modern enterprlse ls that of II. II. Warner tt Co., of Rochester, New York, proprletor of the cele brated Hafe Kldney and Llver Cure and other reme dies. Thetr buslness is enormous and ls due wholly tJtwocauees; Flrst, the unlque and powerful uewsper advertlslug they are doing: and eo ondly, m the real valueof thelr medkinen. 'Ihe former fact proves the lmiMrtanca nf the news lpor columns In the euccesa ot any buslness, and tha latter vhuws the bagernesrt oi the publlc to secnre those artlcles, bo they medlclnes or other wlae, that posseNs real roerlt. Krcrybodj (Joo.s to Kro tlio Kloplifttit nt Jlarnrjm's. Of thls nhAnnmAnikllv trrnafc nthlhHtrtTi ln be here Angust loth the New York Daily Tclegram says ! " A clrcus Is a publlo blesstng. It attracts the sage. the sllly, the rlch, the poor, the great, the small, tln young, the old, the fovely, the ugly, the bst. the little, thm hnlv. ttiA Imnlnns. the jndge, the malefactor, General Orant. John KfHy, mo "iieauien uninee," Ana ine reiugce irom Connemara. No other class of entertalnment we wot of cau do All thU. No Amount of red flre nnd roallsm will prove so potentlal as a clrcus. a more remnrnanie menu tnan ttiat lurnisnea vy the nforesald wily caterer to the people cannot be Imaglned by the average man or woroan. Lovely creaturea ln daxzllng costumei And wlth exnulsltelr shaned forma lloAtod atrltr throuirh space, rode janntlly on creamy steeds And oounaeu ugmiy over uanners, turougn noops, Across streamers And over poles as eaifitr and far more eracefullv than a llthesome schooftrlrl trlns over the akipplng rope. Tender limbed young ginsaiu jusc wnniever aesirsa overneaa on ine trapeze, and ono of them was sctually treatrd worso than a Sepoy, Sho was blown out of, not from, the mouth of a gun. Then Mme. Dockrlll, who enjoya the proud distlnctlon of belng the 1 Emnress of tho Arena' bestroda fonr dannled gray steeds, and absolutely stood on the extreme joiDt on iooi on lue crupper oi a cnnrger in full career around tho rlntr. whlle the band in the orchestra plAyed the Mtish Patrol Oht It was a thrllllng sleht. Stald matrons and hoary headed alrea forgot thelr dlgnlty And applauded as vlgor- uusiy nnu vucnerousjy ns ine smau iioyn ann glrls At thelr sldes. Tow-headcd, blne-eyed little fatrlea In marsellles and velvet erew frantlc wlth excttement, And could scarcely be resttatned from hurling themselves hend foremost Into tho rlng, And like feroclous young caUmarans or border raiaers, CApiurtng ine pany eiepnant or tho Kng ltsh clown s donkeya studded wlth sunllowers. Even the man of lron and stoleUm General Grant relaxed. The CAprlces of the clown brought A smlle to his vlsage like the fugltlve flnsh of n wlntry sun upon the faco of a grAnlte cllff. He unbent to the rusblng steeds nnd watched wlth klndllng eye the grand and lofty tumbllng of the athletes. Great is Barnum aod tho Mastodon Jumbo. Lasell Seminahv. Tho lllustrated caUloeue of thls favorlte Instlttitlon, whlch has been re celved by ns, Is a model of typographtcal and ar tlstlc beauty. No semlnary for young women is dolng more thoroughly good practlcal work than thls, and no school Is mure thoroughly equlpped, For further partlculara send for CAtaloguo to the prlnclpal, C. C. Bragdon, Auburndale, Mass. TEMrEKANCK CAMi'.MEETiwn. The fourth An- ual assemblv ot the Unlon Temnerance Cnmn- meetlne Assoclatlon will be held at Lvndonvllle. August 1, 2 And .1. The followlng emlnent speakers wlll glve nddrPseson the occaslon: Hon, iveai iww, I'ortiana, flle.; uev. A. J. (iordon, D.D., Boston; Her, A. A. Mlner, D I)., Boston; Hev. B. K. Plerce. I) D.. Boston: Hev. C. W. Cushlng, D.l) , Bradford, Penn,; Hev. Hugh Monteomery, Norwich, Conn.; Hev. Merrltt IIul burd, Burlington; Hev. B. M. Tlllotson, St. Johns bury; Hev. K. W. Culver, St. Johnsbury; Hev. F. n. lueipa, st. jonnauury; uev. i. t. rrosi, uraa ford. lt wlll be the alm ot the manacera to elve the meetlng a posltlve Chrlsttan tone and they ask the churches and clergy to attend and ald ln the purpose. Popular excurslon ratea have been arrangpd on the Passumpslc, St. Johnsbnry and lakq inampiain ana Montpelier nna weiia mver railroads. Includlnz a crand Sundav-school excur slon on August 2d. Full lnformatlon concerning rates of fare may be obtalned At stations on the above ronds. Heturn checks wlll be furnlshed on all other railroads lnthe state. Partles attending the nsserably may obtaln board nnd lodglng at Lyndonville for 81.00 per day, or find faclllties for self-boardlng on the camp ground if deslred. In- lormaiion may ue ODiainea oi o. u. itiorrison, Lyndonville. For further particulars, address George II. Hicbmond, Secretary, Northfield, Vt., for programmes or excurslon ratea. Wlth Dlamond Djea any lady can get ns ;outi reaults as the best practlcal dyer, Kvery lye warranted true to name nnd sample. Tiik Connecticut snnreme court has declded that women are ellglble to Adraissionaaattorneya. Tfieih warfaro Is Accomiillshed." was the touchlng inscriptlon pUced upon the tombtone of a huaband And wlfe. There la nnthlng whlch so eours a man, And Induces domestlc warfaro as 111 health; and especlally weakncss ln the back, loa of physlcal iwwer, an early breaking down ot Doay, renaenng one unui to attena to nis dusi ness. Then carea nnd anxleiies multiply, the temper becnmes rutlled, and peace Illes out of the wlndow. Behold the great restorer, Ilunt's Hem cdyl Quletly lt comes to the man's relief. One bottle searchea out the disease, and begins its cure. Two or three more take on the good work, and finlsh It satMactorily. The kldoeys are healed and reitored to thelr proper function-, the weaknest la gone, the back li renewed, thebfoom of health returns, And all the old-time raentnl vltcor ln one s buslness atTalraiand there ls no more sour temper, but lastlng peace. All hall to uum s nemeayi gjttsiness jQothcs. " Rounn on Ia" Ask drueizlsts for It. Cleara outrats, mtce, roacnes, ueauugs, sKunRs. locts. Cfi-halinr ls certaln. allavs nervous lrrltabllltv ana sieepiessness. ' Yoo can't sleen?" I was bothered that wav tui a course oi vneat umers nxea me. Skinny Men. "Wells' Health Henewer" storcs health and vlgor, cures dyspeiwia. Sl. Don't walt nntil your aro slck. but buv now a bottle of N. K. Brown's Issence Jamaica Glnger, wmcn is pure, tttrong ana reitnnie. Wiiat elvea a healthv ADnetite. an Increased dlgestlon, strength to the muscles and tone to the nerveav urown s iron uiiters. A Dkliohtful Novklty. Ladies nrefer Flor- oston uoiogne uecause tiiey una tnis lastlng com btnatlon of exqulsite perf uraea a dellghtful novelty. When bablea cry, somo say they bawl Not so; but 'tia their way to call For Brown's Teethlng Cordial. Many peonle seem to thlnk there U no danser ln neglecting a cold ln warm weather; but thla ls a latai mistake, uemember tnat vt. u. White'a Pulmonary Kltxlr will glve Instant relief. 1500 per vear can be eatilv made At home Street, New York. Send for thelr catalogue and inu particuiara. Dutciifh's Exthact of Hoots. from the ex tracts ot snruce. birch. burdock, velluw dock, etc. uaae in tniriy minutes; renay ior usein tweive nours. a capitAi tonic ana a aeiigutiui ueverage. I AM now readv to lav down tnv bundle." So sald a laborlng man who for long years I ad toiled to sunport his famlly. and had become reduced ln health. He now ays that Hops and Mnlt Blt- ters naa maae uim a new man. Don't get dlscouraged becAuie the doctors sav vou cannot live. I was troubled n Ith dronsv. and eiven un to die. But after uslnir Sulnhur Bitters for three months, I am well, lt is the best medU cine for all kldney diseases I ever mvr.itra, ls , jsrtayeiwri. Whtah'h Balham of Wii.i CiiKitiiY cures couehs. colds. bronchilis. whoottlng couizu, croun. tnftuenxa, consumptlon. and all diseases ot the tnroat. lungs ana cnest. i uty cents ana 51 a oouie. A Valuahlk Adpition BecAuse lt is ben- clal to the rcalt) andadds to nersonal beautv restorlng color and lustre to gray or faded halr, wby Parker s Halr Balsam ls such a popular aresstng. Ladikh who have used Wheat Bitters sav thev are wonaeriui m cases oi nervous ueDiiity ana otner trouuies oi tne sex. CosTiVFNEsa. The most effectual way to over- come a costive hablt ls to take a small doso of Baxter s Mandrake Bitters before each meal. and fol low it for a week or ten daya; the cure wlll be imia, uui sure. Pfiiiodical mln. bsck-Ache. cramm. etc.. are Imnosslble to those who use Ilealv's Veeetable Tonlc Cordial. See advertlsementon the fourth page. Do notbe decelved. Insibt on havlne the cen ulne Brown's Iron Bitters, made only by tbe urown inemicai uo., ana take notning eise. Pkkuvian Sykvf cures dvsiepsla. neneral de- bllity, llver complalnt, bolls, hnmora, chronic dUrrlien, nervous aflections, femalo complalnta ana anaiseaeeaarising in a uaa siate oiido niooa. Tiik old need them for strength j the young want them for a tonlc; the slck crave them to get well; the well take them to remaln so; dyspeptlcs neM them for relief; eplcures like them as an ap- petizer, everyuody uaea tiops ana jualt uitters. Tiiky are Uable. The doctors are all llable to be mlstAken, they were In my case. It cost me $'J00, becanse they sald I had heart disease, and then told me 1 must die. (irandmother sald lt was llver complalnt, and S- worth of Sulphur imters cuteu me. Jenme uovkpon, Wiiat everybndy wants ls a rellable medlclne tnat nover does any iiarm ana tnat prevenis ana cures disease bv keeDtuir the stoinach ln order, the bowets regular, aud the kldnevs and lHer actlve. Such a medlclne U Parker's Gluger Tonlc. It relieves every case and haa cured thousands. bee other column, Iribune, Hiikumatism, sjiasms, eulargement, alpItAtlon( water about the heart. and Utnv formatlons o the heart all yield to the usb ot Dr. Graves Heart Hegulator. Yuu cannot try lt too soon lf you Hre ataii anucied. t'ampinet iree oi r. u meaiis, Concord, N. H. Prlce flfty cenU and per bot ti e. ror saie uy uruggisu. Tiik lot of woman ls not nenerallv a hannv one, Wlth the troubles attendlug her dumestic dutlea comes a long train oi maladles Irom whlcii men Are exetnnt. These are cenerallv iwitlenttv borne. the physlclan or lntlmate frlend only knowlng of them, Dr. Ilardy made these cttiuptaints tho study of a llfe, and he has left a reiuedv almost soverelgn In lts ellects. Try his "Ytomani rrlenJ," and you will hless his name. Schofula. A medirinelhatdestroys thegerms of scrufula and has the iower to ruot lt out is ap preciated by the allllcted. The remarkable cures of men, women f.nd chlldren as deHcrlbed by tes tlmoulals, prove Hood's Sarsaparllla a rellable medkine contalnlng remodlalagents whlch eradl cate suntfula from the blood, One hundrwl diwes 81.00. Sold by all dealers. C. I, ILhx & Co Lowell, Mass. A Pi KA'iANT Lkttfu. Sicl.il teleuram. " Zee- land, Mlch. Please llnd enchwed draft foraiiiiunt of lnvolte. Mav 7. 1H7U. Ihe llaxter's Maudrake Bitters glve the bost satisfactlon of any juitent medlclne I handle. They have advertUM them selves after selllng a few Untlea, and I warraut eery wmie. n, i'crriei, uruggist. uuioiirnen, liver txjinulalnt. dllness ln the htd. iudliies- tlun, Coustlpatlun, and all slmllar diseases yleld reauuy to tne eu ect oi uaxter's Mandrake uuters, price tweniy-nve cents par uottie. Kcflcitcd from Deatlu Willlam J, Conghltn of Somervllle, Mass., sayst Inthefatl of 1870 1 was taken wlth HLEEiHNrt pr tnn lunoh, followed by a severe cough, I tumi, m y njipmue ana nesn ana was connnoa w my bed. In 1K77 I wa nifmlttrul tn thn Hnanlraf Tlie doctors sald I had a hole In my lnnga as blg m I iiRii aonar. At one time a report was arouna that I was dead. I gave up hope, but a frlend told tneof Dit. WIU.1AM HAI.L'S HAI.SAM FOIl THE LUNOS. I got A bottle, when to my aur- rise, i comraenced to feel better, nnd to-day I eel better than tnr thrrA vpam nnxt. I wtltft thU honlng tliat everyono afillcted wlth Diseasecl Lungs wlll take DH, WILLIAM IIALL'S BALSAM, and be convlnced that roNsunuTioN oan iik vl'ueh. I CAn hosltlrAlv mnv tt hn dnnfl hintA annA ftian nll the other medlclnesj 1 Imve tAken elnce my sickness." A Flno Tliluir for llio Tcelli. Fraerant EOODONT Is a mmtnlttnn nf the pnrest And choicest IngredlenU of the OrlenUl yegetablo klngdom. Every ingredlent ls well known tO llAvn A 1tnn(ll ofTftft nn thn Atti and guma. Ita embalmlng or antheptlo property Ana Arnmatio fragrance makes lt a toilet luxury, SOZODONT reraoves all dlsagreeable odorsfrom tho breath caused by cntArrh, bad teeth, etc. U la entlrely free from tho injutlous and acrid prop ertles ot tooth pastes And powders whlch dcstroy tho enamel. One bottle wlll last slx months. ItAblcs of iliUllllCC. PotAtoes they grew small, And they Ate them tops And all In Maumee; Tlie bnbies klcked And squAlted, And mothers s(anked them all In Maumee; rnatorln's cured them flll, No bables now that bnwl In Manmee. Wohth HEMKMitKiiiNn. Now that good ttmcs are agaln upon us It ls worth remembering tbat no one can enjoy the pleasantest surroundlngs lf ln bad health, There are hundreda of rnUerable peopte golng about to-day wlth disordered storn Ach, llver or kldnevs, when n bottle of Parker's Glnger Tonlc would do them more good than All tho medlclnes they have ever trled. BfcnurAinA." Oulck. coranleto cure. all an- noying kldney diseases, $1 at druggists. Tn Olovfr. JnlT IS. bv Mcr. lt. H. ArUm. WH.I.tAM MtKKlAM aikI ANN K. KltENCH, botti ofUloer, ln Island I'on-I, July II, by Kev. K, Kotfotn, IIAKLF.Y t. LUClAsnclHAKAIl McFAULAN, botli ol -Npwark. In Crimlfr.Jiitv 12, by Kv. II. 1,. Hlsck. CIlAItt-ESE. 11ROOKH smUKNMK K. IIOLLK, botti of Cliooter. InllMltlenoro.JiilyM.tiyRcv. ii, K. Mrtln, OEORGE , I'KATT ml .MAItlA C. COOK K, botli or Hrattleboro. VIS h, HI'AItitOW an'l JLNiK'u JACOHS, both of CftlalH. In Hnmton. Jnlv 20. ht Rev. I). R. Vrt. tlVrv f LOODofNotth AdAins. Slaid.. &nl 1IA H. MttOKE of Jlrati'lon, In South WlnflliAm, July 9,hr IlfV. V. tlaker. RANSLKY inHKI.NUTON And 1M (J. WlilTMAN, both of Houth Wlndbsm. ln Northflelit. Jutv lq.bvRev. WlltUm H. Haifn.dKOIKJK K. CLAKK of ltonton, Maks., ari.l itO.NA MAYNAKI) of Nortlinuia. ln Wt Conoonl, Jnly 17, by llev. I.. F. Koriney, EI WAItDF.. IHtEWof Ht. Jolin,.bury nl LUCY II. 11LU DLKof Concord. In 81. Jntinnburv. Jnlv 11. bv ltiv. F. . FUlipr. TIIOMAH V. KMI- IIY of8t. Jotinnbnrv and ASNA K. UltAl)tJKI of Sliprbrootte, 1. fj. MOEAL AS AT MONTPELIER THURSDAY, AUGUST 10 1882 Sccond Ycar of the BARNUM AND LONDON MORiJL P. T. BARNUM, J. A. BAILEY nnd Our Tenls are Twice as ever nimle, a asnertfd by tho maker and rtdmltted lnnnon fttinwn, iwu i-,normnu nienaRenBH, niiir.i roiie JUciDg iracK, fliueum oi JAVtn; vuriomiea. ON W1IOSK IlltOAl) IIACKllie(il!i:i:N ciiii,i)iu:n iiavu iciuiiun iiundiiuiis of ti.mes. Ai rouch UrePr than any othcr llvinir EleDhant In luaD any otner .now no matter now preientiou., No other Show ln the 22 ELEPHANTS 22 'n nther dnzpn Showa rimblnpd darn rlnlm Tn Zoolojtlcal Oillection. a more (lorEOoua and Sun-DiMlinK Tarade ten tlmea over. More and Iletter llornert, Nearly Dotible att Many Hallroad Carn and Tentn, and Twlce an Larue. Every Wlld Beaat and Anlmal a Karlty. Kvery act demont rates tbe otner m una aiftcuiiii-eDi, maniiuom ana oibicivb aa to mistake radiant sunnulne for snadowy moonueamu. THE ONLV EABY ELEPHANT Nuralnir Kvery Few Mlnutta. Now Three Montha Old. lfiOwn Lalnol Wlld Deant. In the Street.. Thelr Keerwra tn thelr lnldat, iiO k.ll-Oolcl OTtrllonlnK v.!tli Anlmala, and a Menagerle Ud Iioaeln tbe I'arade. Tojether wlth the I.argMt Zoologlcal Dl.pU'V under tlie Sun, llarnum'a Fainoua llotnan llliiHlrome ltarea, !l Clrt'UXM In 3 Itlni., and Only luvellnit Muaenm ol Wonder Kut llmutteit. Hkeleton Mea, 'J Wlld Men of Itorneo. Ktc. IIAUN1I.M I.IVi:si Tho tmbllc lovo lilm lirtclnely wbat lie advertiitei, itemember the Uiitl iear, ana tiei iteaay to Dee i uepenteit iina. TWO GRAND PERFORMANGES EVERY DAY AT 1 ANI) 8 1'. 31. DOIIUS Avoid tho Crowds on the Grounds, & i'litrlot uiuce at tlie utiunl bhkiu -wvnuco, Ri,ln,ll,l RamIm anil Itiuim fnr (lmHI l'nonle. Kverv llAttrnnA Uuna Ixiw Uate Ktcuralon Trnlnti r.reatl; Kedureil ItaKw. Admlaalou the Same UCKIriMTU ANVItODV. WII.I. i:IIIIUT IN IIIIItl.lNCTO.N IS WIUTIi IIIV1.H JUNCTIO.V IN NT. JOII.NNIIiritY In Montpelier, Jnly 25, n Inf.nt tl.aitli(er of W. H. Lom D.ra, nbout 1 jmt, ln rwcli.m.Jnn.lMllALI). 1VKKKB, Jl, ln Inm, Jnlj 5, NEI.t.lK II. (mP.KX, H, In Andar.r, Jnlj 1, roilllK5,m. In nellowl r.lli, Jnlj OEORflK OI1F.R, R In Rt. Jolinibnrri Julr II. HABI1V I. IIAI.I,, l. In Wnrrrn, Jnlf 17, ITILtlAM I). MATIir.K, 6. In W.nrn, Jnlj h, Mm. LTDI A VICKKRr. (W. In HjrrgnUl, Jnlr II. Mni. W. J. IIKKDF.KSOX, 1. In l'lrn,ll,Jlr,Mr. I.YHAN llr.NDIIICK.M. In ItII, Jnlj H, Mra. KICIIAIIII fllD.I'Anil.lo. In Houlli WooiLtock, Julr tft, 1. 1.. TMOM lA0N, fll. In Proctor..!!!., Jnl lt, (1KOIIUK lluliliAltll.tl. In Townnhsnit, Julr V, Mr.. I1KRVET BURS r, 87. In nr.tll.boro, Julr 4, Mr..TIIOMi I .MI.VKR, bi. InKorlh I)n.lll, Julr 1, HENJAMIN CI.IITOKK, II, In Mcln.loo. rU.,Jolr U.Mn.JAMF.S (m.CIIIIHT.M. In Uwrpnr.,Mui.,JulrMAVIIlHMITII,Iorm,rlr of Lrn,lon,6l. InL'liet.rai,Ju1r23,ofMf!en!niiofth bnln. Rer. NOR MAN VLAIIK.M. tn Fmmet.btirg, low., Jnly la. fltWK, only fUnaliler of llon. K. J. ftn1 At.ry K. lUrtithom .n,l Kr.oiMinigliter of tlio Ial. CIiatIp. l. h.Mlm.n. Ltro Mtock Mflrliet. Ths followlnft ls a tnlrvrsrbln report of ths Hts stock mRTkPt t Wstprtown snd Drtahton for tbe wsck endlng TQWrtJtj, Joly 35, ltSJl Cattle, SSerp. Itoci.Valrtt. At msrket thls wwk., IMi Mm )t,m I.STl " " Ust Wwk. ....... 2.020 J,VUI fl,HW sn " " one ymr sjto.,.. 3,8(1 U.m U,m ) rni C EU. F ttts f st stid tiMTT rrrnilom ntfn . t Ifift 10 Wl i flrt onslltT, Mift ft! 'Ntmd qiwlltr, IT.tH)eH 00f ititrcl oos,f JU.00R39.O0 fitr f(xx, tlQM'ttW.w, lthor wlti- lfi,m'ft28ii0i tfirKe-TMr-oMx.f10.lHiitts.iw, HbWTi..lnirri V Rt. HnmrM hm, WiflWw 1b. Khototi, wlinlfnnle. xt rpuil, rioi;o v fh. rt bnr, 'fito y ib. Nonh rra arpfnM tioon, lovftinjio V? lt). Vel raItm. 30flfo W tb. llrtif(itonbWw.Bliiirn.mt!7low,SHo. 'f kfiiN,12atJKefIh' Tr(low,6K7).'nlKftiooantrT JftV. 1 Itn wlth wuulftn, 3,VB$l.Mfciii wantry loU, 2VftI.M. UEMAItK. Th movfin.t In rtl1 (ktpi7 mor!prt. Tlmi)inlT wtmonlv fair, wlth a rinitlitr litrdly up to Uie ti iml Undkril. Tlinr un a llfflit rnn frnni I tit lyitintr. A few iroo.1 jintri of nno grid wouHt liol1 Uie tU of lut wfk, but for falhoh to rommon country stork wequot ml oim, dVPriRe 1,200 Ibn, at He, llvj W. Itkker nold twrtre thrpK-ypnr-old dtwm, to drwtit WW Ibn, 1 9 te, dmwiftd IlitlhKWBV .tr Jarliknn Kntrl fltrtit hend nf wMtrn rAlU.KT rrKKeM0IbH,t7P.liret V. C. Urown kold trn J-jfnr-old itwin, averitiwJrAI Tb, 1 4 i C. Ia IU A fon old four mm-m. nvenim nn, m S7.40 V cwt, and Mi, areraaa IW lh,atH,'ct Kltch A Kamffi old rlulibvn lattln, kTer B(t l.KKI ITifi, at 7,o )t Ih. A rirprMurd ffellna waa nottrAl ln Uie hfp nmrkct. 1 Jmntipplj from thn roiintrj In trrnl- iiRitT lnrrcRMiTiK- Mcnniifl Roiu onfl uunarHi ani wiwn lnmM,aprairp 3i Ib at 7c, and elevpn Pbwp, avernga 118 rb. at.Vi K.M. Marlln Moldaflno lot of lanitin. ivrrmit hXU Ib.at !! V, ('. Flohpr aobl thlrtjr-tmo lainbx, (tro"i pNtit 2.1W at R'aC and foitT-one nhrn. ftroM weUbt 4.11 fbn, at 4)io V fb. ttnre wrro two tonn of Donltrjr at niarKfi. iowih nmiiiiK ai iio.iurnrjB ai u,c, ano cniCKenn Itoston I'roduco nnd I'rovlston .Mnrkcl. EOO'l. Tl.e market ln wr flrm for frenh ntork. Eatm ticUat20i,'Jlc,northerQat 2U20o, and wtUra at 1SK CIIKFHF,. The market Ktmtalim ths adranre nnlloM lt wwk, wrquoicintir' npw norinern racmry at u'KWiio, weptern fm-t.irr tt Qi0ict fair to good at 8, and common at BfJ.c Tfi Ib. IlUTTF.fl. Tbe market has nilM ralhpr eany, and inale Mwtera creamert at 2(t2Ho, faney at KKQfic, nortliern rrpftinorr at 2'itihnp. rt.(iiin frpnh tUlrv at lli6ll"te. telpctlonn at 2'x fair to ioxl at WQHc, common at Jlf-". KELIGMOISri THE MASTODON ELEPHANT, JUMBO! Greatest Living Showman, BAR1TUM! THE BIGGEST SHOW ON EARTH! Creat Compact, SIIOWS! J. L. HUTCHINSON. Sole Owners. Large as any Pavilions by all ahowmen. Tliey cover the Barnum and uircuacs 10 turee ningi, iuppoarome in tian- Ol' l'.N(il.AM), IIKIl OWN uud (M1ASI) captlvlty aa the Il.jroora-Indon SUow I. DlQfiEIl World Exhiblta Exactly Livlnir DellcatO GlrafTea. It haa twlce aa blz nlahent firacie oi nerfection, and to compare any nuu aivntrju ivauiuiuuu piuurku u m luii-uooiuii Oliaviot C;mes ! Marvela, In wiiicii la wen nruaa, inenorwa.T uianr, becannolil word lihl-tbond, aod he alays exlilblU 1 'nparalleled Uratlon Accorded lllm and HU l'artuera KVV.S IINi: llOlllt KAltl.IIClt. nnd Purchnso Tjoketa at tho Argue aa to au Ordlnary bhow. l'oaiTiMti.r Ku Krnt Wi:NIillAY, AIHiUST V rlllliAV. AlJCiliST II SATIIItllAY, AIHiHST 1 July till tliey Oomel Boxes, Bales QS I CO LBl CO " Kiffs Dry Giols Eilfflfiiil! AVe nrc o)cning New Goods in all tlie dupartincnts ncarly cvcry day. Ilavc just rcccivcd a new linc of iine Spanish Laces in Black, Cream & White, ranging in priccs from 20 CentS to $1.00 1C1' ynrd olcgant goocls and values. JNew faashcs, new itibuoim, new Ties, and a new linc of Lace Collars. NEW LOT OF THE QUEEN HOOP SKIRTS," with the ADJUSTABLE BUSTLE, the only style that will make a lady " liapi3'.,J Call and see them. Also another lot of those PATENT BUSTLES J they beat anything I have ever sold. I have just bought another lot of those CACHIMERE and can now show a full line, and will guarantce the iiriecs as low as they can be bought in 3Ncw York or Boston. They ure elegant goods, and will xeveu onAcic. Satins, Rhodames, Watered &. Surah Silks, in Black and Coiors. Special Bargains in Dress Goods during this mOtlth. Nuns' Arcilings in Black, Grcain, Light Blue, etc., etc. I have also just opcncd a New Line of Black Cashmeres! which I ain ofiering at GHBAT BARGAINS. New Cam brics, new Prints, and a full stock of COTTON GOODS. We U Make It Hy Tiirough if an attractivc stock and low priccs will do it, so COME AND SEE. M. M. KNIGHT, Stowe Street, GODDARD SEMINARY, BARRE, VERMONT. TIia F&ll Trrtn Lnrnii tVMlnMiUr. AniruHt 231. 1 2. A hrMtrrilnii limit tnr Ixitli nt-Sf. Nnnerlor faplli- t.e for flttlnii for rollite or for blDP. Fzpt-DRM motler u. foi cauloKue or nj lnformtlon. txlilrfM LASELL SEMINARY FOU VOUNO WJJtKX, Aiibm'ndalo, MnsH AdTntKHof Jlonton llh qolrt KUlmrtutn wl-lt-nreln tn ntlriu,lH lifine; Tinumully boj.) iMHinl nt jilwant rooiuxt teriit cAreof iMMtlitii thoroiiith lnttnirtlon In a iimnwsof i-ludv eiiml tolliatof niwl culleKf1 woiitfti. Inntruc tion in Munlr n.t Moilern L-nint by t vixy tiiti?r. I reM-ciitllnii. t'ookinti. etc.uuahl bv exifT.fi.ii'il Uillti. drwii d. C. l.UA(l!OS.Vrin-l -Ipiil. Normal School. Fall Term oreni Tuesday, August 22, 1882. Sui-prlntD'le&tii, Commlttw nnd FrleoiU ot KlurM.on are laTltwl to notlc ttie KlvauUen liere offereil for tlie tnilnlim of Teachen. Cata'ogues Sent on Application to tha Principal, A. W. EDSON. ST. JOHNSBURY ACADEMY Cordi uiiior d-itge for a Cottrye l'rejmratoryt l.attn and JUtyUht or an EnyUih and Setenttjle Courae of Stutt, Fuur of tLe prlzei Uken ftt IXtrtmouth CelWe, knd the Qnt tlmk ptiza ta tbe Fm-buua cUm at Anil.prt, were awardM tlil year tograJnittrt of tttts cliool. The fftll term far lioJ wlll Wgla TuHilay, Au(Ut 20th. Kor cauloguei or further Infoimtlon ftddren th I'rlticl.dl, U-Ab II. T. FUI.I.KH. St. .I-.hni.Jiir 7. Vt. THE STATE NORHL SCHOOL, ."Johnson, Art. A Two Years' Course of Study. Ttie alm. rrofealonat Uie unetlied, Hclnntlflo. Kiierlenwd teadiera. FATorable Hftfcs for Htmrd nnd Koouis. A terta of twfnty wecki Begins the First Tuesday of September Reiid for a Clrcular, i:iVAItl CONANT, - - - I'rlncliml. 7C0MMERCIAK UOSTON, The Lnrtrest tind Most Suooeaaful Comraerolal Bohool in America. llvo Tritlulliir hr l'riwtlo-. ln a Mlrct nl llKiruiiirlilr l.riMtlrHl rourt tt atutly, luuiidetl to mrt ilm anu or iuom whu know by r 1 t-rr.enew Itial uur I'uliHc KtliiRtla are not irntrlUK llw iounji In a ill rinl niaiiiidr for II10 acliva iltitlca of llle, and U llrat M honl In the oouuirr to uieiwul a prttt'llcMl and utfful ivurx vl Ualnlun entlrelj vold of all IU uliJeclluiiHblt) riMtturva vt U culturt rritmmliix TAa u'"nKi(ti and couiplvte traln tnti 1 Klven lu Ihla aelux.l 10 thM whiidmr loprriwr lor Mnwiitll4 I'uraiilla aa la ivu lu ImhnlVAl Hihoola 1u tliooa v ho 1iixm. a tirulwuiluu. Next Sobool Yonr begins Sopt. 4tb. I'uplU mvlvwl at any llme, If lhr are vacanclea. Kur rlreular ot twnii, or adnilMluu. aldrva tlie 1'rlnrli-al, H. E. HIDBAItD, 08 WnslitiikMon St, Bakers, Look Out ! ln the vlllage of My, liavtug a iiulatlon of over flf-Im-n bundrwt, tbere l- o baker, v. blle Ihe populatluu ouu al'ia uf iiilnera, merbauhv and UUrera, rwn-lvlng tbelr niouibly paymenl la canb. Hin Vvriuont C7uintr tJoiiiiiir ""PPort a oompKeut Iwker by tuiuiMh lng aU iluur nWHlad.at Kholeaale ytU, ou monlblv omlli, aud wlll gun.uta-e full (wllixitona froui llieir latiorer. 1'attlea dtwlroua to tUrt a twkery on Ibeae oondlUona luua apply iraoually at tbe couipany'a oftli at My, Vermout (raaaunilo rallroad). 26th. and Buiiclles! s v. C BLACII SILI'S. U is Galled tlie Onll Season AVaterbury, Yt. WANTED, SALESMEN. To caDTtwi for fhe Bnld of onr Nanory Stoclc. Uncquullpd fncllKU'i. halarj and cxpeDHfn pald. !fU ftrm at Kralt aud Urna mcotal Trei'd, HhrabB. Ilnwi, etc. V T. PIITII, OeneTft.N.V. Lntl.I.ATION NTICK.-ThU I to certlfthatl tiave tlil day glven mr "on, .Sfttlian II. CUrk, liln tlme durinathe remainaer of hln mlnorltjr.at.d tbat I ihall not liereafter clalm any of tiln eaminpt nor iyny tWbl of bln contracllnif, and fortld all jrou tnnttn bini mi my ac- munt after tMndatn. IIOKACK 1.IOU1K. WUnw. Dnthury. Vt..July l.lHyj. BABIEffc durlnff tbe tiruuesa of tivtblntr. And the best taby mwliclne ln th wi.rl.l I'r.iv.lj.I.ri, u durlnff tbe tiruuesa of tivthlntr. And the best taby mwliclne ln the worl.l (Droltalifv. la BROWN'S TEETHINQ CORDIAL IVIce 5 ccnU a bottle. N. K. lHOVS, IW Hnrl!nirV.nt Vtl riX. By D. CABR of Montpelier. The Haoon Rtore, 011 South Maln HtrtH1!, la now Pinet1. Aurtlon on nturilayp, at one o'tloclt p. u, Hecond-liand furnltura iKMis-it and KOld. Iteautlfnl JAI'AN TKAS conslKnetltoniHfor imbh and irlvate ani. tnni.en wlll uve Brteen cenU ir )ound by buylng at thla liotiae, Ilar nvaea aold 1 beap. MUve conoUintly on hand. INTKLUtlENCn OI'FICE. F.mployment rrolded and help farnUbed. Leave your rdeii at ihla oilice. V. CAltlt. XT. H. B&OWB'S ES3ENCE JAMAICA GINGEE, IS PURE, STRONQAND REUABLE. 25 50I N. K, BKOWN, Prp.. Burll-gtfi VI Hair Jewelry llnildM and mounlM to onler ( wlth aolld sold) by Mra. C, M. 1'RAV.at L. U. Huntington'.), hcbool ttrwt,Monnlier Vermont. l-tf , 11ILLS' KStATK. un, to reoelTe, ezamlne. and adjuat all clalina and doiuantla of all peraona attalnat the eaUte of .MarUia 1. 11IIU. late of Cabot, ln aald liilrlct, dtt-miMd. and alt clalma cxblb itod ln oiTet theivto. bereby glve ootkw that we wtll met for Uie purponea aforeaaid at Ihe dwlllntc-honMOf Allen rrry, ln aald Cabot, on ttieM day of Neitember and tbe i day of NoTf mber nett, frout one o'clock r. u. untll flre o'clotk P M,.et'hof aald daya, and tbat ali tuonthafrom tbe 2J day of May, A. 1. IsHJ. la the tlme llinlted by aald Court for aald cnxUtora to prfeul tbelr clalma to ua for ex amtnatlon and allow anoe. JUWd at Calot, Ihla TJd day of Jiine, A. I). 1883, SANFOIin KINNEY'H KSTATK. The nndertlitned.bavlng la arpolnled by the llooorable rrotwte Court for tbe Dlntrk't of WaxtilnKton, Commlaalon era.torwelTtj.eiamine and adjuat atl cUiuia and deinanda of all tieraona agalnat tbe eaute of Kantord Kl&ney.late of lterUn, ln aald JiUtrtrt, de.l, and all clalma exhlb iimI ta offM't thereto, bereby glre notlre that we wlll meet forlbepurtHNM'aarotraaltl at tbe late rmtdence of Santord Klnney, la aald Iterbn, on tbe 27lli day of July and Jd day of January next. from one o'clock p. n. nnill tlirre o'diK-k 1. m., ea h of aat.l daya, and tbat alz mo&tba froin theld day of July, A. 1. 152, la tbe tlme llmttMl by aald Court for aald rrwlltora to iireaent tbelr clalma to ua for eianilnalii)uandalUaiic.. Datwl at MoutK'ller. tbla &lh day of July, A. P. 133, WII.H11K IHtOtVN, I rftiiiii.l.imera IM.KAMIU MllUlIinsV KSTATK. 14 HlAlhOr" Vr.KMOM,lKtrklol Wanblnjrton.aa, lu lrotau Court, held at Montpelier, lo and for aald Dla irl.rf nn 11. IMh nf Jnl. A. II. IKftl. AnlmtiumentiiirtTttn)llo m tbe laat Wlll andTeabv aient of Klettnor Soriroaa, UUt of Ir.ai't Moulpeller.ln aald liLatrtrt, dei-wuwd, tiflnn preMnltxl to Ihe t'ouit by Tbomaa Ii Mevena, Ihe Kieruior Iherein nauied, for probate! It la ordeml Vj aakl Court, tbat aU peraona ouucerueil tbereln be notlflHl to appear at a atwilon of aald fourt, to be held at tbe 1'rvbaie omi-e tn Montpelier, on the 15th day of Augiwt, A. 1. lBifJ. and abow tauae, lf any Ihey may bave, igalnat tbe probate or aald U1 for whlch purpoae It la further ordered, that Dollceof thta order bepullhiLe4 three ' weeka auwewlvely ln tbe Venuont Watrbmao A tiiate Journal, prtntMl at Monlwlter, prevloua toaaldtluie ap- , poinvwi ior neanuK. uy mw v,wu,v,Tijtrj7,i A, C. AVKttltL, Retflater. N'ANCl' IIAI.IH KSTATK. HTATK Or VLKMONT, lUtrlctof Waahlnfrton.aa, In I'robale Court, beld at Montpelier, lu aaW inatrtct.ou the . day of J uly. A, 1. m .... . , J. V. lt. Kent, Admlnlairator wllb tbe wlll annexed.of tbe rotale of Nancy llall, laie or Calala, ln aald Dlatrk'l, de ueaMl, pnweuU bla adiulakatrallon awount for exaiiilnatlon and albmanw. Whereupon, lt laordeml by aald Court, tbat aatd ecoouut and aald applballoii be referreit to aanuilOD tbereof . to be held at the Trobaie omi-e. ln aald Montpelier, on tbe llib day of Au., A. l. IMt, for heartng and decljlou thereoni And. It U further orleted, thatnotloe bereof be kitven to aU lMtraona IntoreatM, by publloatlon of the ame (hrt-e wwkaauottwalvely ln the Venuont Wab-Juuan A Hlate Journal, a newapaimr publlahed at Montpelier, piTUni to aald Uiu apputnled toi Iteartng, Uiat tbey may appear at aatd tlme and plaoe, and abow cauae, If any they may have, by aald aououut abould not be aUowed, and auch deoree made, Hjr tbe Court. Atuwt, IlKNNMOItK'H KSTATK, 8TATK Or VKKUON r, lUalrk-lof ltradford.aa, In lrobaU Court, beld at V eal Fairlee lo aald Dutrht, ou theld day o(J uly. A.I, IWii Charlea Itenamore, AdmlulaIraor or tbe eatate of Joel ItenNiuore, lale of Cortulu. Iu aatd Itlalrl'l, dwwaae!. 1 re aeuu bla aduilidatratton aououat for examlaatlon aud allow anoe, and makea apiuloaUon for a deerve of dtalrlbo Uon and wrtltton of tbe euie of aald deomaed. Wbere aiu. It la ordeml by aald Court, that aald aooount and aald applhmtlou be referred to a aeaalon Uiereof , to le beld at Uie Probate Oltloe, ln aald VYert Fairlee, on tbe WUi day of Auttuat, A. D. lri. for bearm and deriMion tbereont and.lt U further ordereJ, ttiat nottoe bereof be KtventoaU peraona tnienwtMl.liypubllt'atlon of tbe aame three weba mooeMatvely ln the Venuont Watehman huu Journal, a newapetier pubUahi'd at Montpelier, prevloua to lain uuii iiiwiuwii iui uotruii, uwi i'l-1 aald tlme Pd plat, aM ahow oauae, lt any they niay bave, wby aatd aooount abould notbe aUowed, and anob deeree maiie.