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MUNTPEL1EB, VT. WEDNESDAY. JULY 0. 1879. ytt desire to make the Farina particularly Talus bit lor iu ' tTom " p,ru ' Ve'01". ! oar l,enJi"J'Ir''u, ' "' 8u,e- Polllr In Uaatiiiutoa.OrsnicoaQd Lemotlle Coaatlea, will con tra rest favor uiko m and our reader by eemlluK ua i.k1 InfcUwenct. Oive aa facta and wa willarrauire iaem fur the i'i-er. J ilins Kmpp tiirts next woek for Iowa wlieri' he expects to locate. Engine Conip iny, No. 5. wro out for pnuaite hist Wednesday evening. Coiinierfeit t ratio dollars, much lighter than the genuine, are in circulation. Samuel F. Prentiss, Es., of New York b is been stopping in town a Tew days. K.lilie Tullle was quito severely burned j'lout l is face by powder on the Fourth. The dog poisoner is around and the coiu'li iu of Mr. Dennis I. ine is the first to Miffur. Two white woodebucks, rare curiosities, can be seen in the show window of Fred K. Stevens. Mr. Thomas IV. Wood arrived home on Saturday from Xew York to remain through tlie summer. A monument to the memory of the late James G. French was placed in Greou Mount cemetery last week. The new principal of the Randolph St te Noinial School is A. V., not A. E. Kilson, us we gave it last week. 1'iof. A. E. Leavenworth gave the an nual address before the alumni of Bueiuan Academy, New llavea, on Thursday las;. The sun is again out after a retirement of several days, nnd tho outlook for uij makers is more pleasing than for a fuw days past. Sirs. II arabaugh, of San Francisco, Cal., arrived hero this (Wednesday) morninu on a visit of some weeks to her mother. Mrs It. W llydo. Chas 0 Divis is erecting a house on Seminary Hill near the one recently eiectc d liy Harvey Freeman. This is the f, ,iu tli in the course of erection in thai vicinity. On Monday morning nn eight-yoar-oltl daughter of Louis Goodnature, living on Court street, foil from the poriico in front of their door and broke her arm below the elbow. O.i the niaht before the Fourth a stone was thrown through ono of the froni windows in the store of Barrows & l'eok and another one broken in tho rear dour of their store. The Chicago commission house, ol which Mr. E W. Bailey is a meiubor, is eoniK)9t d of E. W. Bailey, V. W. Bullock and J. V. B tiley, and goes by tho ilnu name of Bailey, Bullock & Co. The store recently occupied by II. C. Webster, in Bruee's block, is now beinjj fitted up by Azro S'.one for a bakery, a fruit store is to be run in connection with it in the front part by Julius Selinas A wallet containing some cloven dollars belonging to G. W. Belknap was lost last week between tho Central Vermont depot in MoutDelier and Berlin Corner. The Under will bo suitably rewarded by leav ing the same at the Fkkeman oflioo. At tho regular meeting of Engine Com pany, No. 5, hold on Wednesday evening . of last week, Dr. Ch is. It Pell was elected 1st assistant foreman of the company to (ill the vacancy caused by tha resignation and removal from town of Charles Wells. The dwelling-house and shod belonging to C. U. & A. C. Templeton, in East Montpelier, was destroyed by fire the other day. Most of the furniture.clothing and produce in the buildings were saved. Tho in-urance is $300, which will cover the loss. The next session of the Washington County Good Templars' Union will bo hold at Trinity vestry on Wednesday, August 13th. Piesident C. B. Ilulbert of Middle bury college will deliver tho address in tho evening, which session the public are cordially invited to attend. (Jen. lVrley P. Pitkin has been appoint ed chief niai'8hnl of the stato fair, to be held at Montpelier, September 9th, 10th and lllli, with John L. Tuttle and L. T. Mallory as assistant marshals. The Montpelier cornet band, Bert Waterman leader, will furnish the music. Lewis Wood was fined five dollars and cost, amounting to some eleven dollars for knocking Charles Alexander down last Sittirdav. The row was tho result of words that Wood thought were not re spectful nnd some of his friends imme diately raised the amount of his fine, Alexander claims to have been pretty vcrely hurt nnd n suit for private dam ages is talked of. R"V. Dr. Hull, who has baen the rector of Chii-it church for the last eight years, preached his parting sermon last Sunday evening, and is now fishing for trout on one of tho tributaries of the Sagnenay with Bishop Bissell. Dr. Hull has won the reswet. not onlv of his parish, hut of the community generally, during his rec torate, and ho carries with him many heaity wishos for his future welfare. The Fourth in Montpelier was ushered in by '.he blowing of horns, burning of iiowderand the usual miscellaneous noiso, A "an" of sonio twenty who had started out to arouso " tho folks " got themselves somewhat aroused nnd after parading the streets proceeded to the Berlin sido where they indulged in a free fight in which a few were quito roughly handled, but no bones were broken nor arrests made, Messrs. Fu'Icr & Son, who havo alwayi done a hi" business in doors, sash and blinds, are this year doing a trade that ii one-half larger I Inn last year, and th was twice as largo as ever before. Tlioy think their policy of selling at tho lowesl possible figure has a great deal to do wlih this increase in which we agree with them, but we also think that the fino, clear material from which thoir work is man a factored has more than a little to do with the satisfaction expressed by thoir cus' tomeis. On Tuesday morning tho explosion of a tiro cracker frightened tht horse attachoi to Whiltier's meat cart, which was stand ing uenrly oposile Mrs. H. W. Hyde' house on Harre street. Dashing up street, it came in contact with the hitching post of Mr. Lelund. breaking it off. and also tho one in front of Mrs. Brown's, learin, her front gale off also. Turning into th' yard of M. M. Cutler it was caught by Mr. Cutler. Tho only damage done to tho cart was tho springing of both axles and tearing the bands off the hubs. All Probate Court. II IHVKr riLOE".l ule. N.A.OHAIiE.Eoirlster The following business wis transacted in tho Prob ite Court of the District of Washington during the two weeks ending July 7,1879: June 20. Oram el S iwyer's etate will referred for probate to July 15 h. June 27. Silas Mend's estate S. It. Huso, D. A. Gray and Charles Fo-ter com niis-ioners of division of reversion of dower. June 29. Simeon Pratt's estate com missioners' remrt returned. June 30. Curtis Osgood'i estate W. C. Peck, administrator. July 2 R. and A. J. Wheeler's guar dianship guardian account allowed. July 5. Lnra Clark's, estate A. S. Martvn, adin inUtrator; it. E. Patterson and llazen Goodrich, appraisers and com uilsxioners. J. M. Dtna's estate 'id min istration account, referred to July 25th. July 7. Curtis Bond's estataaduiiuis istiation account referred to July 2Gtb. Andoveh. A serious accident occurred on the Fourth hs Herbert Spiulding, in c unpany with Minnie Whitney, was on his way to tho celobr uion. Discending a hill, the horse commenced running and became unmanageable. B nil were thrown from the wagon. Mr. Spiulding received only slight inpu-ics, but Miss Whitney was severely injured upon the head. The people of this town with some from idjuining towns assembled at a pleasant giove near tho town hall for the purpose nf celebrating the one hundred and third mniversary of our national independence, rhe programme was as follows: Prayer ly Ilev. L. B. Hibbird of Cavendish: ifter which tho choir s ing in a very spir ited manner, " Union and Liberty." Tho leclaraliou of independence was then read tn nn excellent, manner Dy miss may lacquith. The oration, succeeding another appropriate selection by the choir, was delivered by Hev. L. B. Hibhard. It was an extemporaneous speech, full of histor ical remiuiscenous and amusing anecdotes Mr. llibbard is a man of no ordinary ibility; possessed of those rare qualities which have enabled him to become an interesting speaker, ho was listened to 'with pleasure and attention. After p ir taking of a bomtiful dinner, tho exor cises, consisting of toasts and responses, were resinned. Alter too toasts were jiven Miss Jacq'iith road, with good effect, a pieco entitled " Tho Revolution- iry Rising." Her voice is well adapted to public realing, bein' full and under thorough discipline. Tho martial musio was good and all returned to their homes well pleased with tho exorcises. A short timo ago the young people's literary association held a meeting nnd liscussed tho following: Itesotved, That he mind of worn in is inferior to that of a in. Tho negative of the question wis duiost entirely supported by tho ladies. ind won tho argument by a decision of the board and also the merits of tho ptesiion, whioh were decided by the house. Mrs Mary Ilaseltino of this place has n night blooming ceretts, which was in ilossom on the evening of July 21. This has a large, pure white, wax like flower, its feathery petals and singular foliago 'linking it extremely attractive, while the fragrant aromi which filled the room caused it to be very ngreeablo to the uany visitors wtiicn caned nt tno late 'mors of 11 and 12 to witness its unfold- ng- BAiiiiE.---The glorious Fourth was cole- ir.ated in this town by a few " patriots" whose ambition culminated in ringing all le bells they could gel at, changing signs, tearing up side-walks, firing guns and crackers, blowing horns, etc. The great Iject seemed to bj to keep all decent people from sleeping within tho sourco f their noisy demonstration. The exer- ises commenced soon alter il oi ine J I and ended about sunrise of the 4th. A 8orni-annu.il dividend of three per cent wis paid by B.irro National Bank on July 1st. The fork manufacturing company have stopped work for a short time to take their invoice and iniko arrangements for mother year. They are building a new coal houso and making oilier necessary epairs. Tho oldest son of Alonzi Fisher, a young man about sixteen years old, is very dan gerously sick, s lid to bo from going into the water so much. Martin Andrews b id a short celebration on the morn ing of tho 4th in horse whip ping Peddler Pierce. Causa, smey talk on the part of l'ierco. L. A. Phillips an I wife started for York beach on Tuesday morni ng. E. E. French, Esq., and wife are about starting for their annu il visit to Saratoga Springs. Unelu Imiuol Richardson, who is now eighty years old, claims to be the cham pion fox hunter in Vermont. Ha his killed about seven hundred with dog and 'tin, and tr ipped enough more to make in ill one tbousau 1 three hundred and eighty- line. Ilo has also killed thrnu deer, twclvo fishers, live otters, and other game too numerous to mention. Allan Fay has returned from his visit to fexas. Ho thinks Vermont is a good stale to live in as well as to emigrate from . For the want of good hay weather the f iriuers are busy in their potato fields. Tho cro.imery on tho farm of Wm. Clark is now in successful oporation, using the milk from somo ono hundred and twenty-five cows. The butter is gilt edirod and sells well, and a very fair cheese made of tho skim milk. Thomas McGovern lias moved his works to his now shop on Bridge street. Chelsea. A smart frost is reported to have appeared on the morning of July 1st in low places. E. Titus was quite badly hurt recently while repairing tho wall under A. W Whitney's grist mill, caused by certain limbers breaking and letting somo large stone fall that were laying on the timbers. Tho smartest rain of the season occurred July 3 I. Rev. H. W. Worthon paid a flying visit to this place last week. July 1th was ushered in by the ringing of bells and the firing of guns. The two .Sabbath schools in tho village joined with the Sabbath school on the West Hill in grind union picnic on observatory hill, oh the premises of II. Annis. The Brookliold brass band furnished the musio. The peo ple on tho West Hill made extensive and very excellent preparations for the picnic and left nothing undone that would add to the pleasure of the occasion. They are entitled to much credit for thoir efforts to make It a sticcoss. Our village band was employed to piny at tho celebration on Bennington. It is reported that Hon. T. W. Park has informed the selectmen of Bennington that unless their t-'.OOO suit for four yoars' neglect of his North Vil lage National Bank to return a list of its stockholders is withdrawn, he will remove tho bank from town, and will levy exe cution for $12,000 overdue interest judg ments against the town. Noirru Ferrisburoii. Haying is well commenced. The crop will not be as heavy as last year. Camping out is fully inaugurated along tho shore of Lake Chaniplain. Many fish ing and pleasure parties from the back towns are seen almost daily making their way to the same. Tho 4th was p assed very quietly by the most of our people until evening, when quite brilliant and interesting fireworks were enjoyed by nearly all, furnished by the generosity of a few of our citizens. The luoro brilliant, fascinating anil ex pensire fireworks were, however, enjoyed on Saturday evening, furnished by llenrj Wicker, of Chicago, III., son of C. W. Wicker, who is now at this place on a vis iting and pleasure trip with his family. Alcfsrs. Charles and John Wheeler, with their aunt from Chicago, are also on a visiting and pleasure trip at this place. II. W. Djw went west a few week? since on a visiting tour. Michael Q ilulan is now erecting a now house at East Charlotte. Ho intends to niovo there in the fall. The post ofll -e at this place becomes n money order office after this date. July 7 A crowded house was in attendance at the services at the M. E. church on lasl Sabbath. MeDuffy Bissott and Mrs. Sarah Charnplin were married, we are told, a few days since, by Rev. II. N. Muoger of Ver gennos. Attendance at the M. E. Sunday school on last S.ibbaih was ono hundred and forty-eight; penny collection at tho same one dollar and twenty-one ceuts. Some sickness prevails. The quarterly report of the secretary nnd treasurer of the M. E. Sunday school showed an aggregate a'tendanco for the quarter of 1531, or an average attendance per Sabbath of 127 10 12, also an ngire gale collection for tho quarter of $1:1.23 or an average collection per Sabbath ol $1.10 1-4. Rev. H. G. Diy, having decided to sel' a largo portion of his well selected library of nearly one thousand volumes embrae ing books on nearly every subject offen a grand opportunity to all who may wish to purchase very cheaply. Marshkield. George A. Putnam ant" wilo capsized on Coburn Flat, in Cabot, few days ago, the horse taking fright m an object by tho roadside. Tho buggy tipping over threw the horse also, but fortunately it lay quiot till Georgo am Nell got out of their, not novel, po.-itioo Damages to thu cairi.ie were all that were sustained. Mr. S. II. Packer has taken the wm path, the potato bug being his foo and tin Paris green sprinkler the weapon. Ho h selling lots of those nnd they say they work like a charm. At Meader's ball, July 3d, about seventy five couples wero in attendance, and as 11 II. understands his business, probably hue a good time. Morris II. Eddy, who is in the employ of tho Fairbanks company at St. Johns bury, has been at home a few days on a visit. George O. Davis is putting up a very nice barn just east of Putnam's storo anu has il nearly completed. Schoid district No. 8, taught by Mis-. Emery Benton, closed last week, a very successful term having been taught. Several couples cf young people visited Barnaul's show Saturday evening and speak of it as having come up to adver tise mcnt. Tho Fourth was duly celebrated here Dr. Pardo of New York city delivered a fine oration, Hirdwi k cornet band fur nished excellent music, and the antique- and horribles made plenty of fun. About two thousand people were in attendance. who seemed to enjoy themselvos as they should on the day. Sunday aftornoon Rev. A. O. Farley at tho Methodist church preached to chil dren, taking for bis text Prov. 30:25-29 "The four wise little things of the earth' represents the ladder up to wisdom. In further explanation ho said Solomon had the most wisdom of any man. Christ the wav to God. God gives wisdom tn these litllo animals and prayer to God will cause Mm to give wisdom to us. He spoke very pleasitntly of some of til traits of these animals, nnd urged the children to be wise and learn b lesson from them. Mr. Farley conducts ono of these services each month and very suc cessfully, having tho happy faculty of interesting little children ns well as the older poople. West Randoi.imi. Mr. J. Allen Smith of Rockville, Conn., is stopping with bis son, Mr. A. A. Smith, for a brief season There will be a Sabbath school concer at the Congregational church on Sunday evening next. An Interesting programme has been arranged. Twelve persons wero baptized by Rev. C. P. Smith, pastor ot the Christian church, on Sunday morning last. In the ifternoon twenty-one wero received as members into the church. On the same morning two persons wero baptized by Rev. J. S. (lojdell, pastor of the Baptist church. Roxhuby. Hay is very good and im proving, but tue weatlier prevents mucn haying. Potatoes look nice and not much damage from bugs as yet. Tho ball at tho Summit houso was a succerg; line uiusiu by Bert, and tho sup per was excellent. A son of Mr. Joseph Douglass put his hip out of joint tho 4th. It was set by Dr. Fink, and he is comfortable now. Mr. Douglass goes to Nebraska ibis fall. Wii.liamstown. The Fourth of July was ushered in by tbe tiring of salutes, uccomptnied by the tinhorn band who seem to feel it a duty to imku as much noiso and as great a variety as possible. The people of the M. E. society tn ado preparations for a picnlo in a grove near the village, but showers interrupted their arrangements and they went to the Town Hall, where it is hoped thoy enjoyed a pleitsant timo. There was a danoa at the Gulf Spring hotel Fridiv evening. July iih. Somo thirty or thlrty-fivo couple were in attend ance. The school bouse near II. D. Abbott's was burned somo time, during Saturday night. None of tho people of the district knew of its burning until Sunday morning, Waterburt. The Fourth was duly celebrated at Watorbury. Preparations had been made for a good time and a large number of the residents of the vicin ity wore early on the grounds. The Mont pelier band and militia company arrived in the early train and were met at the lepot by Eihm Allen Engine Company ind escorted to tbw hotel where they wit nessed the parade of the antiques nnd horribles." after which the procession was formod, the bind leading and the "Capitol Guards " acting as escort. The procession proceeded to ihe park where a first-class iratlon by H. A. Huse, Esq , of Montpel ier was listened to with attention, after prayer by Rev. T. Trevillian. Hon. P. Dillingham acted as president of the day. tn the afternoon, at Hotel Park, the greas- id pig was let loose and its shabby treat ment by a great lubber of a fellow who '-didn't give it half a chance" was the sub j -ct of unfavorable remark. The foot and potato races were noxt proceeded with ind at 6 o'clock a mock dross parade by lie " Capitol Guards " caused much mer iment. The invited guests from Montpelier are ligh in their praise of the handsome rain ier in which they were treated and the -xcellent tables set before them by Lmd ord Bishop. But didn't they make those ablos look sick! About fifty conple wero present nt the lance in the evening. A lighted fire-cracker thrown into the face of Arthur Newcomb, eleven year Id, at Watorbury, Friday, ignited a bunch n his hand, which exploded nnd destroyed lis eyesight. South Woodbury. Joseph Morse of this place has been sick for some time, ind is now very low, and considering his igo, which is over eighty years, it is feared that he will not recover. Joseph Benjamin of this plaoo has own id the stage lino from Hardwiok to Plain ield for two years, and there h:is not been i trip missed in that time, and but fuw rips that he has not been on time prompt- y. He has lately given his stage coach a lew coat of paint, which makes it look ns veil as new. All wishing to, travel on the ibove route will find a good team and .-easonable fare. James Nelson, tho butcher, is to make lis first trip for this season one week from text Tuesday, the 15th of July. Ho is veil acquainted with the business, and his iioat will be noally dressod and handled vilh care until delivered to the purchaser, "lone but first quality will be offered for ale by him. The city boardors are expected to put in an appearance about this lime, and stay lirough the " heated term." It must be a ich treat to them to stop through the hot veathcr among tho beautiful scenery of ur state, and enjoy our pure mountain ir and the exercise that nothing but ountry life can give. Worcester. Rev. P. II. Carpenter is dding to ti e appearance of his place by iho erection of a new horse barn. The school in district No. 2 closed on fbursday last, after a very pleasant and rofitable term, taught by Miss Jennie M .ovell, to the full saiisfaction of all. Leonard Hauiblet, in going into the tall beside his horse received a kick on be left leg, below the knee, hurting him mite badly, nnd at the same time the torse stepped upon his foot, the cork cut ing through his boot and bruising his toes :onsiderably, making him quite lame. Some evil disposed boys fired off some ire crackers and torpedoes in front of the Jongregational church last Sabbath, just tefore the close of the forenoon services Ve luipo they will be more manly in uture, and not disturb the services of the louse of God. The law guarantees pro ection to such services, and it would he .veil to remember it. Rov. C. S. Smith of Montpelier preach )d at the Congregational church last Sab b till. His subject was Christ as our High Priest. The sermon was very plain and instructive, and fully illustrated by quota-1 liuns from the Scriptures; text Ileb. 3: 1. 1 Communion services were held in the af cerncon, Mr. hmiih, assisted by the pastor. Itev. Mr. Carpenter, officiating. Mrs. Amanda C. Bugbee died of heart lisease, July 1st, aged sixty-eight years, eight months and nine days, at the resi- h-nce of her son-in-law, E. M. Hamblet. Mrs. Bugbee was tho widow of the late Chester Bugbee of Calais, and had come o Worcester to spend the summer with iter daughter, Mrs. Hamblet She had been as well ns usual until Monday, when she complained of a pain in her chest. In the course of the day Dr. Hunt was called in and gave her some resting powders. At night blic retired as usual, nnd when Mr. Hamblet called at her room at 11 o'clock she said she was all right. In the morning when thoy went to call her to breakfast thoy found her dead in ber bed. The funeral was the 3d. Rev. J. M. Rich offered a prayer at the house, when the procession proceeded to the residence of ber son, W. C. Bugbee, in Calais, where tho services were held, the Rev. Mr. War ren officiating, this being the eighth funeral sermon he has preached in that family. The Castlolon norma! school graduated a class of eleven seven ladies and four gentlemen. Richmond Uuttek MAiiK.tr, July 7. Butter sold at 8 to 11 cents for fair to good; 11 to 12 for choice, 12J to 13 for lino. Farm-made cheese gold at 6 to 51 cents, nnd factory at 51 to 6. Barnum's " greatest show on earth ' gave an exhibition in Montpelier on Sat urday, July 6th. As he travels entirely by rail his horses wore all fresh and the street procession was ono of the best over witnessed in Montpelier, although his promptness as to time of starting disap pointed many late comers. The exhibi tion under tho canvas came fully up to the advertisements, and that is saying a good deal. Richard E. Beabody, convicted of for gery at tho Ia9t term of Calodonia county court, had his case go to ihe supreme court on exceptions to Judge Ross' ruling in relation lo tne admission oi eviuenee, His bail was fixed nt six thousand dollars, and ho is about the street again with ap parent unconcern, while his family friends are ooin plelely ortished. Tha ease was tried with great ability and vigor, the two lending lawyers at this bar Mossrs.Belden and Ide being engaged upon opposite sides. Minnesota has now had almost three weeks of constant rain, and rust is begin ning to develop itBolf in the vtheatorop. Nebraska, Kansas and Illinois havo also been visited by heavy rain falls, very much to tho improvement of the crop prospects, which on the whole havo a more promising outlook this week than at any time during tbe season. Vermont Jews. AOliISOM CODSTt. Lucy J. filer, daughter ot Ihe law K. V. Byder of Weykridjct. lua beta e lee lad to lb eualr ol DMuraJ eoieuoe l McKetdree ootlefe la llilaou. The Addieoa County Agricultural Society will hold Ite mxi annual rlr la Muldleuuiy, September Kiln, 17th and 181b.. Tbe ana or Ur. Iola Dipper of Venrvnnea reornlly Indie turn Ur a tangs bog whtrh he wm buiebering. BENNINGTON COUNTY. At Searaburgb, lie oilier day, eorae acampa drained tbe Uses, a . Itrlgi'e trout pood, and took tbeielrom about 700 of tbe r pcckled beautlea. CALEDONIA COUNTT. Ur. and lira. John Uawea of St. Jobnnbury oele brate 1 their golden wedding, July let. Mr Eaton or Oinrllla had cigbteenabeep killed at one (Iroae or llxbtoing, the other day. Orolon contalna thirty Ore widows ana only about nine widowera, with a few old maida. Diphtheria la raging in the weat pari of Groton. Twonare already died. Tbe I'g Jam on tbe Connecticut river oppoalte Waiertord la troubling tbe wo.kraen considerably, and unleaa blah water comet they cannot get them over tbe falla. Tbe Flret National Bank of St. Jobnabnry payi a eemi-annnal dividend of three d, llara a abare the luth inat., and tbe ilercbanla' National a like din dend the 1Mb. CHITTENDEN COUNTT. Tbe champion calf waa exhibited at Burlington iheolnerday. Although but three weeka ol;, Il had attained a beight of eighteen incbea and a weight of thirty poundi. Prof. V. 0. Barbour of tho U. V, M. baa Jut gone for a three monlha' absence on tba geodeiio am fey of the state, to the charge of wbiob be waa recently appointed by the government. Essex county. At Lnnenburgh a few daya ago Tbomas Gongb and two men named Burroughs were arrosted for smashing to saloon windows and assaulting office s ii Ijiocaater, N. 11. Oae of Ihe Burroughs waa brought to bay by a shot from an officer's revolver, but the other escaped to the woods, one of inem receiving a bullet in bis back. ORLEANS COUNTT. B-arlon has been mourning over tbe operations of thieves for several months, but has now got hold of aomeof Ibem. Two boys bave been arrested and confessed to being oonoerned In the robberies. A man named Bennett fell 35 feet from the barn roof of Mr. Adams at Derby, Saturday, breaking his hip and arm and reoelv ing Injuries which may prove fatal. George Uregolre, a half-breed, waa recently ar. rested al Newpoi t Center for an a ssault with intent to kill. Ileld far trial at the county court. RUTLAND COUSTT. While Levi Wilson of Shrewsbury was driving Wednesday, his horse Jumped and run, throwing Mr. Wilion out and his hoad struck against a stone Ue struck on the left Blue of his forehead, and his injury is considered serious if not fatal. Ur. J. B. Smith, who .was acting treasurer for time for Grace church oi West Butland, bas beeo arrested on the affidavit of tbe Irtaaurer changing hiin wlih collecting over ffteo of tubsorlpliooe to the oburcb au-1 couveriipg them to bis on nee Suulh succeeded in gelllug ball- WINDHAM COUNTY. Tho Vermont Academy at Saxton's Biverbas Just graduated itslist class, numbering only two. iameB liurus, wune mvi.iuk uu iuo rauiunu near Faycttville the other day, wua partially burled by a lulling bank of gravel, and wad seriously to- Juied. Tbe Unitarians of Bratlleboro have voted to oall Kev. John U. Green of Moutreat for two years from January I at u salary of 1 ,800. Brattleuoro had only four atreet lights on the Fourth, and one ambitious youtb had a band in ihrueol them. A young daughter of Judge Al lie, Urattleboro, was thrown from a boric a lew days ago and dialo cnled hor elbow. Frank Harrington of Dummorston bad all the Sngei a oi his left hand blown off while fooling with powder on the Fourth. II. W. Lynde. a farmer of Jacksonville, has been adjudged a bankrupt, and his liabilities ;are glvei at WOO; assets not knowo, WIKDSOli COUNTY. ' White Blver village has a lodge o f tbe Knights of Uonor. David Uunler of Windsor had twelve extra fine sheep killed by eating Paris green wbicb was carelessly left where they could get at II. Frank I.yman, of South Boyalton bas been ar. rested and lined t'2u and cost tor abusing bis duughier. Tho Springflold National Bank has declared semi-annual divideud of live per cent. Nineteen graves of Union bo! 'lers were found at Spiinglleld w about headstones. Tho following extracts and letters will show the opinion of tboso who havo usod white bronze monuments nnd are ac quainted with its duribility and beauty, Mr. Aaron Bancroft is agent for this mate rial in this section of the state and will gladly show samples of the work to those who wish further information about the mutter The friends of tho late William Turnbull have erected a monument over his re- mains, in the Grigsville Cemetery, which s one of the handsomest in tne county, is of White Bronze, a beautiful material, comtHHed mostly of zino nnd copper, almost lnoesirucuoie, oi wuiuu Buitruuaia ay, "Judging from a chemical and scien liliu stitDdooint, will lust tuousands ol Vfiirs." The monument stands on sub- suiniiitl stone foundation, four feet squitre, and live feet in tbe ground, laid in lime mortar. Tbe lower bronze base it turee fuel and three inches square. On the second base is the family name; also tbe venr in block letters and figures. j.he lower die is about nineteen inches sqmire, and twenty-eight inches long, with four tablets, which contain the inscription and suitable erub ems. ine upper die D.is tour tablets of emblems, all raised or Bign relief work. Four smnll urns stand on the corners of the upper die. An octagon base supports the spire, which is round, 12 inches in diameter at the bottom, and sur mounted with a cap and urn of unique design. Tbe monument is over sixteen fret h ?h. ana us eenerai appearanue chaste and bcautifnl. It Is certainly one union? tho most attractive monuments that human love anu n:cuon nave rumen in that cemetery as a tribute to its dead. Milton Betcon, Milton, ill. The White Bronze monuments are com posed of the most Industruotible of all Known materials, and bv chemical fixed laws will fctmd the action of the atmos phere and other ;onciej for many ages. The laws of definite proportion nnd affini ties are as unchangeable as the laws of gravitation, and as these monuments are acted upon by airenoles of less affinitive strength, they will remain unchanged through any period of time. A lASTLK, fll. U,, Prof. Chemistry, Carroll Col., Wis. Wyoming, III., Mar. 13, 1878. Barrk, Vt., Mar. 8, 1879. Mr. Turner -Mr: Your letter of Feb. 22d is received. I was away, therefore could not reply sooner. In regard to the White Bronze monument I will say I niu periectly satisfied ; would not exchange it far nnv marble or crranite I ever saw. I think it supperior in every respeot, and wonld heartily recommend it to my friends. Mine was set one year last June ; has not changed in the leaBt; looks just ns nice to-dav as then. I liked it at first, and like it better now. and think from the appearance, age will be an improvement, In room oi uecay, as wun maime uuu granite. Kespectiuiiy, J. C. Packard, The durability of While Bronze Is estab- lisbed bevond a doubt: and the best nbemista and men of soienoe freely state this fact. This beautiful material is now offered at a less cost than stone. All who wish for a permanent record of loved nna. infiirilwd nn monuments of ever- enduring beauty, should Investigate this subject. Tho proprietors are making a special line of square snail monuuieou, from two to thirty feet in height, at very low prices. Think of a family monument ten feet high, with four nioely arranged tablets, for inscriptions, in raised letters; a large, beautiful design, for $160. These monuments are furnished at prices much lower thnn the sarao designs could be pro duced In stone. MlDDLEBUKT DEATO OF Jl'DCE CoOK. Samnel E. Cook, Judge of the probate court, Addison district, died at his home this village, on Sunday afternoon at! about four o'clock. His health has been I gradually failing far over a year pat. lie I waa about sixty yean ot age ami bail I filled the rrvponaible position named since! tnedeain ol his predecessor, Jixlgo Col in u. i mien, it Is tnougnt ine governor II continue tbe pn-grni icimter of pro bate. Colonel L. K. Knnpp, lo fill out Ihe I unexpired term, bis two years cxperi-l ence and familiarity with tbe business rendering him a very acceptable anil ca pable person lor tnat position. There are not two opinions anywhere as I the situation. In Kentucky, asel.-e-l here In the south, tue people leel that I the extra session was a mistake, and that we have lot with each dav of it. Louis ville Courier-Journal Don.) Frank S. Harlow of SurlngQeld, who recently I graduated at West Point, ranked eight in his clas I of SO. lie baa received the appointment of Second I Lieutrnanl In Uia Jiimb Infautry. It mast be good, for everybody reoomaiends ft. id the doctors prescribe it. We muan Dr. Boll's I cougn syrup, nice u cents. (-iSwl Alexander Stewart of Proctorsvillt). the would be belr t J the New York Stewai t's estate, bas Jutt returned 'rem New York "In funds." The Stan ard says that from the bet Information at iat Alexaa ler has to this date received about eight months' entertainment at the metropolitan Hotel. with the freedom of the city, and (1,900 In cash, besides transportation free to and from New York, two or three times. HOW WOUKS WOULD VOTE. Were the question admitted lo the ballot, and I women were nlloweti to vole, erery wornn in the I .aou wno oua used lr. fierce' fa fun to rreorip Mud would role tt to be an unfailing romedy Tor the diofH-en ueeuliar to ber sex. Or. Pierce ha- reut ived hundred of grateful leaLiinooials of il I uuivuvu power. lowa u'lr. iowji, warcn sin. itwa. Or. B. V. PIkhce. i.uff tlo. N. Y.: Dear air tur tuany m until a I waa a great suf-1 feier. myaiciuos oouiu an ra me no relief, m I mv tieflunir I commeuoed tne use of your tavorUc rrescripuon. n atweuuy eneuiea my entiro auu i lieimaneni cure. a ours uianaiQiiy. MaB. 1'aUL B. BaxTKB. letter CJncalle4 fr at Mom pel ler, Tt.Poal I Ottlce July 6, 1870. ,TTo obtain these letters, persons must tfire tbe 1 a bore date. Ladies Mrs. Cbaa. J. Brown, Ellen Grant, Mrs. Rosalie Olon, Miss Amelia Parouto, Mrs. A, M. Pear son. Gentleukw, Joseph E. Bob ley, Walter Barney, David Outler. James McCrea, A. A. Nye, F. N. Peck, Willie M. Straw. S. Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Tobucuo. k52j A Freb Book of nearly 100 large oc'aro pa get- or the bick. Full of valuable notes on Hcrofula : Disease of the Breathing Organs; Diseases Men; Diwianes of Women; Aches and Pains; Heart Troubles; and a great variety .of Chronic fiUeasee. with evidence that In most cases Iheise diseases are curable. Sent for one stamp. Address WUItiiAY HILL PUB. CO., rl3m0 No. 129 B. 28th Street, N. V. MARRIAGES. In Bradford. Julv a.bv Rev. A. B. Truax. Mr. CHAS G. HlUi'bON and MUb ELLA M. UVEUErt'. both of Falrlee. tn Weat ToDflham. Jane 8Ut. br Rev. G. Dlntntwii. JOHN N. TOWNS of Oomuth and Miss L1LLIAU or uraQge. IEu. K. BAKNE8 audit 144 CAUUIE E. fcJl'EVENS.botb of UeaaiiiK. Tn PlAtehAr.Julr7th.br Rov. W.T. Htorna. Mr. Q.M. ana mihs uHjia'niA lahuj ui Aiuuru. DEATHS. In Eat Montneller.Jnty 7.of canoorotiB liver AVERY CUAl.vUNd, aved6 years. In Waita River. June 1st. CARRIE M. BACON, oi ooniumption, is years. TuTouBham. June 7th. Captain JOHN FlSLLiJWo, aired sti years. in K.ant Orannra. Junta 10. EMU A.dauirhtor of Mrs. Hellen Grant. aed 8 yeara. in Rtrafford. June 8. of heart disease. BENJAMIN Li. (JAUL. tuj . Ka it years. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. SfATE NORMAL SCHOOL, RANDOLPH, VERMONT. Fall Term Bogius Tuesday, August 26th. Greatly Increased advantages for Board, and Rooms for Belf-boardinir. For any information in relation to the school apply to A. W. tiJBUi , a. is , rrincipai. BARRE ACADEMY. The Fall Term of 14 weeks will betfin THURSDAY. AUGUST 21st. 1870. Board In families. Including room, wah!nar and irouluK, from $3 00 to $3 50, at the Boarding House, $2 '35 per week. , , it , , , , For Circulars irivlnir information of tho School, Ad- areas, J. o, orauiiuiiiyi uarre, July tin, iv,v. New Bampshibe, West Lebanon,(Junctlon of Uou-1 necticutaud wnHuum-rs. TILDES SEMINARY A Boarding School for Ladies, unrivalled In situation .smplt In facilities, thorough, Ohristjau, homelike. $iUa per rear, with certain extras. Catalogue on reunehi. riucipal. ViSlTilq Cds, sag Ill send loo or tinted wttn auj nmA WF.iTr.v nrinted on them, for only 26 cents post- imid : W for I5c 36 for Wo. 6U, no two alike, 36o. Our , carda are taroe size, and beat quality tue market at- t.Am Hauiarnnf th iiheaa troth SO BXtetlSiVel V Sd- vertised. Aqrnts Wanted. We have the largest and bet aortment in the state, cousistlntr of over 400 varieties. Axeut'n complete outfit of samples, only 16 cents. 50 Acuualntance uarus, assurteu, ms uoiikuh, A'.iTt'-1.6 CU ttvton CARD CO.. Moutoeller. Vt. lO.bce oPDosite Poet Offiue.) rMl4m6 Look! q at..Miwnnln Views. 9 Card Photo's. 1 Ornamenta l Oomlo aid Acqualuunci Carda. The " "TOT S'S. .. v. FHU. Messrs. PITKIN St CO. Invito the attention of the public to tha foil Off Ua of Companies repreaented by? them, in which tb.eyoffertolnsure.your property la Strong Reliable -Companies, and on as trood terms aaoan be procured elsewhere) " BS,7Iu,bo7 8 aw .HI 3 8.4-W.lW UAHTlOKD.of Hartford, PHtESIX. " NATIONAL. "1 FKNKLIN, of Philadelphia, HOME, of New Yora. NOBTH BKITISIU j ud MKTIUUAN 1'ILB, i SOOTl'lrtH 1 e. Scotland l,ow,,xt S.Wl.TSH s.m:i.6 3.XU,H2 1,636,02; 7,7KI,UIJ 16441.836 6.160,000 Aud all the MUTUAL COMPANIES dolnx business In the State. nrtiorruiMHuU.net by Mailer Telegraph uitr,recfive Attention fTJut Notice ofExpiraUon of PollclasAlwayslGivet I Office:LanfrdonsPostOfflce Building, 8TATK STREET, MONTl'ELIER, VT. P.P. PITKIN, FRSO.B. PITKIN. MONEY MADE IM Btmiso DOOKS, SASH AND BLINDS OF D. L. X3LLEU SON. They are selling Good Fine Doors, 85 cts. Blinds No. 1, nil roll, - 65 ots. Ttaer keep a full stock ol above GOODS on hand and will not be undersold, (five them a call I before buying elsewhere Also a mil assortment oil SHELF HARDWARE. Lead, Oils, Paints, Varnishes, Carriage uoiors. Mixeu rami, au roauy for osin?, NAILS, CEMENT, BHEATHLSG PAPER, OLARH BT THE BOX AMD LIOIIT, Windows glazed ready for the houBe, Blinds Trimmed and Painted. Tbe above Qoods were bought low for eaeh, sod will be sold low. Okad or State Stueet. D. L. FULLER A SON. Motpller,Vt,.Mrrth.U7. riltf NEW ADVERTISEMENT.3. y e ROYAL SW,t jj. J PQ17PER Abs'Vthiteir iut marie from Jtim. Croaui ui Tartar. InnmrlM ex-'lunively fur tht" i ).r frtun thp Wine (1itTli't of Frauna. Always uniform ami wlxrleanuie Sold onlv in tifl by ail Grocer,. K ponui can br nnflttd tn viv ad 1r. i"it'r ni'l.on rot-pint of 6 rteota ROYLlHKIN( POWnF.It CO.. 171 Diiati St., New York, nrnt clifan powder cuutam alum; tintfrotift lo nnitti; avoia mem, especially wuou Ltnere.i loosoor m uuii. rutyi A.GL STONE, The Cotnev Jevecr, HAS REMOVED TO UNION BLOCK, STATE STREET, Second Doorfrom Miiin Street. NEW STORE, NEW GOODS, And Prices as Low as the Lowest. I would thunk my old customers for their patronage while nt the corner, and ihiill be h.ippy to see them at my new placool business wiln their mends. FMMJl! TIMELINE A. J0S1.YX S ESTATE. ThenndftrHivrupd.havinir bftennppolntfd by Hip hon orable Probate Cruirt forthe DiHtrh-tof Wanbiutrtun. (inmtniHsimierii, to receive, examine, and adjust al) lainiH and deninudfl nf all nerHDiiA asrainnt the ontatr RmelioeA Joalyn, late of Waterbnry, in fluid District lecpftsed, and all el lims exhibited iu nirnet thereto, hereby wive notice that we will meet for the purpose noreeaid, at uoo. h. pease's btoto on tne urn iny ui Jnlv and I4th dn v of Jannnrv next, from ID oViork. a m. until SoVlnck. p. m each of Hid davn. and that six month from the 14th dav of July A. I. I879.in the time limited by mH court for said crwlitorB to preueut their claims to uh for examination and allowance. jjateuat wateiDury, thifliioth day of June A.u, ltm. M.fJ. (UNEK1)Y. P37w3 tEO. H. LEASE, i Coin mission era. 0 RAMEL SAWYER'S WILL. STATE OP VERMONT, Wahluifton District ih. In Prohite Court, held at, Mimfnelier. within nnd fni- said Diatiict.on the&itbday of June. A. D. 1879: An inHirumt'iii purporiinr id nifiueinHT. wj;i nun testament of Ornmel Hawver, late of Nurthflfld, m said district, deceaped, beiuf prctiented to Court for Probate: Tt isordt-ri d by said court, that all pernoiis 'oiiocrncd tuerein oe notinca to appear r a kcssiou or nafd court to be held at the Probate Office iu Mont. oelier, on the IKth day of July. A. I). Ik; 9, and ahow f-aue, ii any wiey inav nav, an:uii8i iuc prooaie oi laid will; for which purn o it is further ordered that i copy of tho record of thi ordur be puiUished three i weeks succcBBivclv in the Greeu Mountain Freeman. for heuriuv . irintcd nt .uoul.teiier. urevioua to bald time auiioiutea jjy me i nure aiipki, F37w3 HARVEY TILDKN. Judwe. Gr, UAKDIAN'S NOTICE. STATE OF VERMONT, District of Randolph, sa. Tn Prohnte Himrt. held at Rand dnh. withm and for aid District, on tne ait u uay or .luue.A.u la.a S uuuel KimhalKiruardian of Rhoda Sanborn, inpnne. makes application to mul C urt lor license to Hell the folluwlntf described real estnteof said ward to wit: A fnrtRin i it reel of land situated in Tonnbani. also. one other parcel, situated in C unuth.reprcieiitlni; that tbe sale tnereoi, ior tun purpose oi itutiintr ine pro Rcdw of such nale at interest or investing tlie t-O'iie in stoi hs or real estate, would bo beueilcial to said ward: Whereupon, it ih ortierea Dy sail court, tnaisam iniilii':ittim hit referred to a nous Ion thereof, to be held at the Probate Of nee, In suid Randolph, on the 32d lay oi July, a. u in v. ior rieariuie iuu ueciBion t h or (inn mid. It.1 furtber ordered, that all nerou intereiatcd ,a notified hereof, bv nublication of notice of said application mid order thereon, three weeks iiiff Hflivoli' in thn Orden Mniiiituin KrcAmnii. iinbliHli. d at Montpelier, before said time of hear inif.t hat they may appear at saiiltime aud place, aud.if they see cause, oujeci tnereio. Bvthe Cnnrt-Attest. P37W3 WILLIAM II. NICHOLS, Jutltre. ROBERT HARGINS ESTATE. STATE OF VERMONT, District of Washlntrton, sr. Tn Prohat., Htvxrt. held at MmtnoMer. in Baid District.ou theSthday of July, A. I). 1879. C W. Willard. executor of the estate of Robert Harvin. late of Montpelier, In saiil District, deceased. presents hi administration account for examination and allowance, aud makes application for a decree ol distribution and partition ol the estate of said de- W hereupon, It is ordered by said court, tha' said account and said application bo referred to a session tnereoi, to ue noiu ai tue pr-irmieoni'-e in saiu vioutpeller, on the flsth day of July, A It Im:. for hour! iiir nnd dprlnlnn tlierooti : and it is further order ed, that notice hereof be triveti to all persons interest ed, by publication oi the same three weeks sinces sivelv In the Green Mountain Freeman, a uewspaper published at M nut pel lr. previous to said time ap pointed for heannir. that they may appear at said time and place, aud show cause, tt auy they may have, why said account should not be allowed, uud such decree made. .... uytue uonrt Attpsi, F28W3 HARVEY. TILPEN, JudKS. T) HODA FKIXK'S ESTATE i STATE OF VERMON T, District of Washington, aa. in Pmhiite tfourt. held at Moutoelior. Iu said District, on the 8th day of July. A. D IS.tt. rtn n Wivwlward. adminlstratir of the estate of Rhoda Frink, late of Water bury, In said district, de ceased, presents his administration account ior exam ination and allowance, aud makes application lor a de cree ef distribution aud purtition of the estate of said deceased. count and said application be reterrud to a sesuion YVbereupuu. 11 is oruereu ny sam ruun.iuH nam ac tnereoi to ue iieiu ai tne prouaio omce in buki uuiu- elier, on tue n-m uay oi iui a. v. ie-i. ior earfntr and decision thereon: and, it Is further ordered, that notice hereof , lie tfiveu to all persons I succcsaively in theUreen Mountain Freeman, a .Hi.or iiiibfisltMl at Moutoelior. Previous to interested, Dy puoncauon oi me. tutuiu lureu n 1 lime appomiea mr iifariUK . uim iudj nmy ni-i'oi mi said time and place and show cause, if auy tht-y may have, why said accouut should not be allowed, aud aucn aecree maoe. lly theCourt Attest. HARVEY TILDKN. iudre. rJ83 JOSHUA M. DANA'S ESTATE. STATE OK VERMONT, District, of IVaBhtnKton, sa Tn Probate flonrt. held at MontDellerdn said district ontbe&thday of July, A. D. 18?: J V. R.Kent, administrator of the estate or Joshua M Dana, late of Woodbury, in sahl district, ueceasca, presrtnt his administration account for examination and allowance, aud makes application for a decree of diftributiou aod partition of the estate of said deccas- Ied. a a i a Whereupon, It is ordored bv said court, that said account and said anplicatloi. be referred to a seasioii thereof, to ue neiu ai iim rruw ,'uVnT. I ......Al n t u ORth ilntr ft .Till r . A . Ti. 1H.9. for I Iiwrinir and" decision tUereoii;aud,i t is fur thw ordered (that notice uereoi oe Kiven ui an imm.u iuwiriru ttai ..,n..Arni nf tbe snie tbree weeks successively in the Green Mountain Freeman a uewspaper publish- Qa at Montpelier previous to said time appointed for hearlnta-.thattheymayoppearatsaid time and plane. I and show cause. If any they may have, whysaid oo- 1 count should not ne auowea. ana niico uecrtw uiaua. f whiteSewing Machine Co. Cleveland, ohio. BUY A FAMILY BOX OF AIMER CRACKERS. TilEY AUE THE BEST ClliiCKEll MADE. Every Cracker Plainly Stamped , T.T Ht- mr BEWAliE OF 1M1TAT1U1N M ISTJFACTrKED BY BAKER AND WHITE RIVER JUNCTION, VT. BUY SMITH'S CONFECTIONERY. myl Dauchy A Uo's Advertisements. ENLARGED M AY Int. 17. Price nncItaUKcd. The onlv combination of the true Jimai fJim-er '1th chotcearoin iH,m ni Fr irh br&ndt- whti-b ure- rentM inalnml ffver.riwiil' thn ntnmicli ami boueta perfect diaffhtton, and timure protect "in 1 rom "1la- awn aii'l ailtiieota Incident to travel. It -ankri'k Iamaica flivoKR. Pat a bottle iu your traveling ba. fk for Haneorh'b. rM2Ti4 1200 return" in ft daya on 41iw invented. Official Rpnnrti nnd liifnrinRtion free. f.ike profit week I v on Hu k option i.f .Junto M. Ad dre T. POTTLlt WUKlliT k CO.. Haukpr. Wall St. N Y. PM27w4 A. GREAT OFFER ! ORQANH 30 up wards: PIANOS U'fi upward a, not used venr. wood a iif-w -ari-Rnt'd. l,rw prii-eaor caah. Ctalorin'i; Mailed. HoFA'E NKWFlAJiim and (Jlt'lAN at fcA rKAOKlHNAKY ttAif.n, Ai.,wcaBi iiii ni., n. i . r. v. vox, awu. SALESMEN WANTED. Two enenretlc men wanted tn Nell ttrtiularrt irnnri to Mcrchauta ai'rt htialne men in Middle and Nr Kr.tr lmt Htutf. Good salary and uteady eniplo ment for sharp ealeameu tli it can M-tlthe good. None other wan'ed. Addrefi F3uW4 H. H. HPKMJKH, 119 UroadWftV, N. Y. I GENTS WANTED FOR THE 1 INDUSTRIAL HISTORY ii OF THE UNITED STATES. Deinir a comnlete hftnrv of all the important induarieof Amerlca.includiuif n,r.iniltiiral,Meehn 'al. Manufacturing, Mininw (Joninier ial and ot tier nti ten -rlne. About 1000 octavo paea and three hun dred flue enfrravIUKa. The w York Era Hhvhi No Other kucN work ex lulu." For descriptive circulars and terms apply to The Henry Bill Publishing Co Norwich,Ci. TVAen Ladies' Semmarj. Hereafter, our Studenta who come over the Kail roada under the manaKetnent of the Central Vermont Railroad, ct.o flfccuretlcket- at Ij&U fare by apply iu? to HIRAM ORGCTT,A.M.. Principal. Weat Lebanon. N. Ft. FH4tf WHITE BRONZE MONUMENTS. A Grand Improvement, All iier-sons abut tonnrchasfl Monuments. Ilead ftoneii. Tablets. &c, will (Ind it for their Interest to first examine and se sample Motiiimeuts and speci mens of White Bruize work at my residence on Berlin Streot. WepowtnaWe uenrlv200 different at vies of Monil menfp. from 2 ft to 40 ft. In hetu-ht, at prices from $2 tut to iBri5O0: in rityle sotliversilied that all, wo think will be able to select what will fiibv suit their taste. Our statuary alone is worthy of the hthaot conHiderntioTi. It now embrace many beautiful figures both for adults and children's Mnnnments. We also mnha Medallions, Portrait Busts. Soldier's statue, 7 leet hlirh.to be placed on Soldiers' Monnuients. TTn s, vakkh and liouqUFT holders, ior rewrreriex ana Kawnl OoruT Markers for Cemeterv Lots, Flow c. Boiiouets. WreathB.Lambs. Doves.Oeniurv Plants. Odd Fellow and Masonic Emblems and Cemetery Ornaments in almost endless variety; also Slirns, Poor I'lates. wumnnnmr i,eiters ior duuoiuks. sc.rc. These are all made from pure Zinc, Tin "id Cop per and cast; actually Thicker and Stronger in Material, than urons" Statuary, that has sto-xl L'nivt pared for thonmnrt of years; and pronounced by oelei.Httta.to be the bent material now iu use for Ceme tery Purposes; also Kenney's Patent Tubular GALVANIZED IRON FENCES Indifferentatyles for Cemetery Purposes and City ituaiaeuceH, Descriptive Circulars sent free on application to A. BANCROFT, Agt.for Midtle and HVsfrrn Vt . Montpelier, Vt. THE LARGEST STOCK OF FINISHED AXD USFINISIIED LE This Bide of the GREEN MOUNTAINS Now soiling off at COST nt CoWs MarMe WotVs HENRY COBB. Montpelier, Vt., May 1st, 179. rlstl SUMMER MUSIC BOOKS! TOE GOSPEL OF JOY ! Just out. Great favorite. GOOD NEWS! Well known, always jrood. SHINING RIVER 1 ,ac. Very beautiful bookb. GEMS of ENGLISH sows lJt0 Itest Hong collection. CLUSTER OP GEMS ! ,5.w. Capital Piano Pieces. GEMS op the DANCE 1 Brilliant WslUes, He. Lives ot Rtrlhottn, (2 0U. .Vdfil, f. (!?!,). also Hitler'. UMvrmil Ji'd'.2 vola.eaen ti.w. Sehmim n lt . Ifll ,l tu 1 inner. ;IIUII-L llltri. " 3 3 Mwimt (mm (J IK0. rfii.lmir: onro week, all tlie news, ami line Beletitious ol muslf. ;im;.(iv ricMwc. (lOrtH), nt almost all Miisl- il.iokn t.,; ur 1'iiblwhcd. try va,uiittlt' tor reliTt-ui-o. Hue books. Auy oool louili-J, for retail Ti''e. OLIVKIl 1)1 TSON & CO.. Boston. TI1E OKKAT KNOIiISH R EM EDS I GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE TKADt MARKJrtallywom-TRAOE fK, failtntr cure ior Setniual Weakness. Spermatorrhea im nAtnn.-V.RIld all dts- eases that follow as a sequence on Helf Abuse; as Ioss of Memory. Universal LusMTude, Pain In Il-,,lf TllninAsa BofiiM Taking"' ,y. . g: lifter Taiine. manr other diseases that lead to Insanity, Consurrp- 1 tionand a Premature (truve, all of whu b hue rule are nrHt caused by devi iu from tin path of nature and over inlulkfeuce. The Speciilc Medicine is the resu.t of a lite study ana many year. oi experience in ircai- i al :..i..l .ll,.,,o,,u 1?t ...,.im1i,iio In nn' pamphlets, which wedeire to send free by niailto every tne. Tlie wpeiinc -Meaicine is soui oy au uniK e sent by mallou receipt of themouey by addreaslutr krists at $1 per packaire, or six packUKf-s tor tja. or win TUB GRAY MEDICINE CO., No 10 Mechanics' Block, Detroit, Mirh. Hold iu Montpelier by F. H. Baacom. an bv Dru gists every whor. irfilyt CONFECTIONER, this for one fire-cracker. TunLridgo (air groand.