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Rl'KLlXCTOX AD VICI.NJTr,
Thewcither ia betutifal; a foretaste of tha
InJiia Summer we suppose.
The Cm celtlcr who cine Into Darliastoa wis
Felix Powell, in the yeir 1773.
John Joy, of B.-ittlcboro', wis family in.
jarel while target thoatinj with hi ion cn Sa
The Itdy sophomores t Ann Arbor.Mich. , haze
tie handsome freshmen by blindfolding and kis
Fifty prisoners pitted through Plattaburgh,
cnThursdsy last, from Sing Sing, ea rente for
The old Phceaix Ere engine of Whitehall has
been told for SS50. It m tent to the town cf
Adlisoa lut Wednesday.
Maiosic The Supreme Council cf the ancient
and accepted Sattiih Rite far the Northern Ja
risJietion of the United States, was in session in
New York oity lut week.
Chivies II. Remit'.-, of Koytlton, was to in
jured by 1 colliaion cm the Boston, Cliatca and
Filchhurgu railroad, on theSUtcf August, thtt
it caused his death.
It is Slid thtt a bill will be introduced into
the next Legislature to divide the town of Ben
nington into two towns, to be known as Eut tnd
Sr. Albam Bums lUncrr. The mirkct
Tuesday wis ictctive. Common to fair, 10 to
LUc; mediam to good. 20 to 25c.; choice, 26 to
2:. ; selection!, 80a. No trim tcilons in cheeie.
The grand jury of Rntltcd Coeuty lining
foond billi of indiotaent tgiinet Hirira E.
Adimi of Rutland, for anon and Ureeay.be wtt
arretted on Strardsy lest, bat billed ia the inio
The drifted men of the Stite who piij coai.
mutation money, furniehed substitutes or en
tered service, will hold 1 meeting in Ratlind on
Thursday to consider the men urn for petition.
ing the Legnlature for a return of commutation
Thc-uebubip. We aretatborixed by Col.
Pingree of Hirtford, to sty thtt he la not a
rindidite for the Speakership cf the Iloute. tot
in common with the entire Windsor County del
egation favors the election of Mr. Henry of
While ths suture nil birge St. Joceph from
Sorel was recently pauing through the dnw of
the bridge at Routes Point, the boom caught ia
the timberr, and the ctptain while cnieivoring
to relieve the Teael wu knocked OTerboird and
Richmond Maekjt At market, Mondiy,
about 1000 boxes of cheese, and sold aa followa :
Good farm dairies, 10 to 11c; choice ftim dti.
rie. 11 to 12 l-2o; factory. Ills. Abont 300
tuba of batter, tad old for : good, 23 to 2Je;
choice. 2o to 27o; very fine, 28 j.
BtEiCii or the Peace Ed Lsvell wis
brought before J nit ice Salmon Green, of Rich
mond, on complaint of grsnd juror S. A. Ad
drews, the 10 h u.ant, charged with bretob cf
the peace. He was fined $15 and costs, and to
stand committod tin pail. Young Ltvell filled
to pty his fine, and was committed to Barling
ton jail by constable Fergnjon S II. Davit for
the State, W. I). Hall for defendtnt.
Tbe old CoL Pearl bouse, it the head of Petri
e'reet, better known of late as the Foote bouse,
which is now in proceia of reeosttrnotion by
Dr. John II. Fieseh, who bat recently become
its owner, is one of the old land-tuiks. It was
built by CoL Frederick Stxton, in 189, when
the population of tbe town wit ktt than 800,
and !be rett of the boows were mcttly tog
house. It most be one of toe oldest, if not the
very oldest, building standing in our city Its
frame :s of heavy timbers of oak, still it sound
A very successful surgical operation wtt per
formed by Dr. 8. W. Smyth of this city a few
dys tinoe, resulting ia the cure of strabismus,
or crott eyes, for a young woman of 26, who bad
suffered since an infant. The operation wss
performed on Ike right eye, and tbe sympathetic
Ueotion of the left wis correoled thereby, with
out cutting, to that tbe pitient't eyes appeared
is natural as those of znett people. The opera
tion took but a short time, required no chloro
form aal under Dr. Smyth's skillful band wit
not particularly painful.
Gilbert Sptuiding, a native of Vermont, be
longing to the Methodist denomiaatios, bis been
fiund guilty of disturbing the congregation of
I!v. C. L. Westgtte at Providence. R. I., and
held for further trial. It seems that Spauldiag
hoidi eomc views which are not consistent wita
the beliefs cf the church, and attempted to force
them upon the meeting after having been re
iuestel not to attead, when the strong arm of
the law was called in to quell tbe ditturbinee.
Bpialdiog ii firm in the be'ief thtt he is a
martyr to principle.
IltrarrisaToK Tne dwelling house of Oscar
Tomlinson wu burned on the 17th ins., with
most of the furniture and provision. It is sap
posed the fire caught from a def'ive flue. lots
$1500; insure for SI 00.').
G. B Anirevs of Huntington has a nursery
ot eight thousand apple trees, set last epriag, of
choice varieties grafted oa tbe Siberian erab
apple rort Mtny 0' the trees art from three to
four feet in height and but the growth of one
A DM40H Co-tfKTY Faie. The Aildiicn county
fair, lut week, - owing to the very unpleasant
feather, oame to aa untimely end. Quite a
large number of articles and stock were entered;
tnd on Thursday forenoon the rain filling in
torrentr,thc directors met and adjourned the fair
until the 8th, U!h tad 10th cf October. A lirge
number of boriet were on the ground to take
part 00 the trotting course, but the depth of mud
actually forbade uaing it at all. Some trottiog
wta bad oa the course owced by George Ham
mond near hit reedenee, on Friday. Meisnris
ire in progress to make tbe fair in October a
crtnd f access, tnd if tbe wcatber should prove
ftvorablc, a nice slew will berealited.
('uiroK Psisos, K. Y. A "little unplea
santness " it said to hive sprung up Hit week,
between Mr. Rhodes, warden at Clinton piiscn,
and some of tbe emcees under him, in oor.se
juenoe of whioh several of the most important
effice are declared vacant. Rumor tisetts teat
the principal keeper" and others attempted to
1ut irhwkcy into Mr. ISkodet' glatt as he met
al'out to (rififr, tnd thereby to enraged him
that he could not longer tolerate their presence
He difchirged them at once, and sjtaeof taem
started for Albany on Monday norning cf this
week, to lcok after their edSciil standing at head
Those Eiectioh Rtrtraxi It is not a milter
of much consequence, in view of the fact thtt
we iball so soon have the cQolal count of tbe
vote cf oar State; but we believe we have at
list arrived pretty clciely at the true figures for
Hollaed coucty. The Town Clerk of Mount
Tabor writes us thit fourteen votes tpei e cut for
Gardner in thtt town. We ctn't reconcile this
with the Rutland llirold't repeated statement
thtt it . mw Mount Tabor cut bat two votes for
Otrdcer; but is the Town Clerk bis stood by
us, we stsnd by the Town Clerk, and rettin our
Ugures for lit. Tiber, at 81 for Converse and 1 1
for Gtrdoer. Then we htTs thj official figures
for Brandon, which are : Converse, 450; Gard
ner, 153, varjicg a little both from our figures
(received by telegraph) ind the IleraU't. With
theie correctors md 1 correction of our footings,
we make the vote of Rutlind county Converse,
4,517; Gtrdner. 2,061; Renublicia majority.
Dn FiLi.owsmr.-We are indebted to Henry
Claik cf Rutlani.whjwas a delegate to the Grand
Lodge of Odd FeUow, in icicn last week at
Baltimore for copies cf printed reports cf its pro
ceedings. The Grind Lodge in secret see.ion on
Friday night, instructed the committee on secret
work to preptre a reiua of the ritnil and re
port at the next ssnion. Mu:h of the un
written work was transferred 0 the chsrge
book. The change will take effect Jinaarr 1.
1873 At the morning session Satarday.Aficr
eoniidiiicg several resolutions and reports, the
flnalSire was authorized to establiah the order
ll the Britiah lake, if proper application be
Clle. The price of cards tnd dismistil certifi
"tei xn d at 15 ceatt each. It it istinttcd
thtt the receipts tad expenditnret for the ensu
"f Jm Mlotri: Recepts, including the
90lC',-- SGIMM03; expenditnrer.
rottUrg tut jetr,
Clistos Coukit Nosiisatiosi. The Rernb
lictni cf Clintaa County, N. T., hue nominated
ia excellent ticket ai followi: For Alterably,
Everett C. Biker cf Plittiburgh ; County Treas
urer, David F. Dobie, preaent inenmbent ; Sup
erintendent cf the Poor, Peter Senecii; School
Cotarainioacri, William B. Dodge and Rjbert S.
MeCoUougb; Coroner, Harvey Carter; Jaiticts
of Srsiions, Ira B. Viughim. The Plitttburgh
Seut iml tiyt : "We commend is witc and ap
propriate the general acts of the Contention. It
sought out iti cindiditei with the most jadiciout
discrimination, and has given as I ticket thit we
tike pride and pleasure ia putting at the head of
our columns. And now, we anxiously await
the voice cf old Clinton. Thit it will be in
commendation cf the right, and in cosdemna
tioncf the wrong, we believe we miy nfely
Tux Oust asd Wimos Eaole. An unneatl
amount of merriment has been introduced into
the Presidential campaign in this vicinity, this
tenia. The list good nitured trmsactioa is as fol
lows: Eirly last week the Grant and Wilson dub
of this city cime in possession cf a large blick-
headed cigle, which they proceeded at once to
send forward with the election news to the Na
ticnil Committee at NewYcik. The cage con
taining the bird bore the followingaidrean "Ilea.
E. D. Margin, Chtirmia cf the National Re-
pnblicia Committee, 5th Avenue Hotel, New
i crk." Upon one side were the inscriptions :
"lie don't know Biled Crow;" "We've scooped
cm sgtia." "September majority, 25,700.
Carry the news to Horace." Another side bore
these inscriptions: "This chip doa't quack.'
The woods are full of 'em." "It's woaderfol
how we do it, but we do." "Vermont will give
38,000 majority for Grint." The cigedesgle
went fsrwird by tha Nitionil Eipreu
last Tuesday in chirge cf S. me.
senger, with the following shipping bill
OnasT kSD Bilbos CjMriiax Cum, ?
BrEusaros. Vt.. Sect. 1G. 1872. C
Hon. E. D. Morgan, Filth Avenue Hotel,N.ii'.:
Dear Biz : Wo have the honor to forwird to
you by express, a Republican bird with lidiegs
from the mountains. Ilehukrjt above the
" tidil wave." Our mrstencer roes forwinl
with 26,700 ratjority which the Republicans of
mis cine propose to increase to S3, TOO for
Grant and W ileon in November. Wc cbal'ecge
uy pvuion w me couniry. wnere an equal
quantity cf Trituttn have been invested to
the squire acre, to harvest a larger mijorily for
Very Beipedfully, Yoar Oht Servt..
President of the Club.
The following reply has beea received :
Finn Avxxce Horix, N. Y. Crrr, )
Sept, 20th, 1872. 5
WiBHXs OiBBf , &c Burlincton. Vl:
Dear Sir : The "Eagle," with returns from
me goou 01a liepoBiican SUte of Verniont,eame
uuiyiontni. uov. jiorgtn desires me to oon
vey to you his acknowledgment of the favor,
and to express hit thanks therefor. It hit been
tne "observed of a 1 observers" since its arrival.
Tiuly yonrr ,
Bnsr A. Guddik,
Third Aa'inal -Ureter of the First Itc-
simeut t. . 31. CStiinusrU Light
The First Regiment of Vermont Volunteer
Militii.'.Col. Theo S. Peck, went into camp Tues
day on the fair grounds at Eaicx Junction.
The companies were nearly fall, about 450 men
having reported. The white tent! make a neat
appearance cn the muster field, and the evolu
tions of the citizen soldiers showed them
well skilled in the minnal of arms. A battalion
drill took place ia the afternoon, closing with 1
review by the Governor elect, Hon. Julius Con
veree, who midc tome congratulatory remark!
to the men open thoir good older and discipline.
cxpretiisg hie great interest ia the militia, and
bis pleasure at being present at the muster. He
also made a pleestnt and encouraging speech to
the c&e ri at drees j-arade.
The St. Albans companies attract nr.otr.al at
tention on account of their rew uniforms. Cip
tain Carpenter's company, "B," adopt thename
of "Barlow Grave." ia Lccor cf Hon. Brtllrv
Birlow. Their uniform is of gray throughout,
with red trimmings and epaulettes, after tbe
style cf the old "Itinera Guards," which com
pany went ont in the first regiment in 1801.
Captain Newton's company, "D," have assumed
the honored title of their predecessors, "Raasoo
Gusrde." Their cnifotm is alio of grey, with
black and gilt trimmings, white crost belts tnd
epaulets, the style being the same as thtt of the
7th New York regiment It would seem thit
etch company bad attempted to rivtl tbe other
a beauty aad costliness cf drees. The compa
nies own their uaitbrma which were purchased
wholly by them. Tbe uniforms of the other
companies sppetr rude ind seedy when com
pired with the St. Albtns eomp tniet, and this
leads us to urge upon the Stite the duty of pro
viding more suitable outfits for our miiitis.if we
would have them efficient. The old soldiers in
Captain Newton's company are especially no
ticeable. ery many of the noa-commieiioced
tdSeers and private: were coin missioned officers
in the field during the war, and among their
numbers are a large proportion of the leading
business men of 8t. Albans
The following is the Roster cr the Regiment :
FIELD AI) HArr.
Colonel Theo S Peck, Burlington.
Lieut. Colonel J P Barnum, Richmond.
Major W L Greenlesf, WinocikL
Adjutant E E Greenleaf, Wiaooski.
Surgeon Edward S Peck, Burlington.
Atst, Surgeon J O Crampten, Winootki.
Quartermsiter William Smith. Burlington.
Sergeant Major A G Safford, St Albans.
Qoartermziter Sergeant Senrard E Weston.
Commissary Sergrint Enoe W Tift, Butling
toa. Drum Major Divid T Sairpley, Burlington.
Hospitil Stewird Rollia C Brezuley, Hutt
iegtoa. use orncESF.
Co. A, Burlington Ciptaic.WilliamCrosxn;
1st Lieut. John Htllahm : 2d Lieut.. E J
Co. B (Barlow Gravsl. St Albans Cantain.
Mason B Carpenter; let Lieut, M G Gilder; 2d
Lieut, F L Roberts.
Co. C, (Wells' Zouaves.! Euriineton Cin-
tiin, E. C. Rjer; 1st Lieut, George II. Kings
ley; 2J Lieut., Napoleon Laurie.
Co D, (Rineom Uuirds,) St. Albans Cap
tain, John W Newton; 1st Lieut, F Stewart
Stranahan; 2d Lieut, Seymour H Wood.
Co. E, Winootki Cipttin, R W Goodwin; 1st
Lieut , J W Edwsrds; 21 Lieot, George W
Co. F, Huntington Ctptain, Hirtta Cook,
lit Lieut, MSTafi;21 Lieut. Jesse P Chip
man. Co. G, Richmond Ciptiin, 0 A Edwards;
let Lieot, Cyrus Green; 21 Lieut, Henry
Co. H, Hinetburgh Ciptiin, John II Alien;
1st Lieut, LI Brocson; 21 Lieut, Ames Mor
rill. Co. I, Winootki Captain, Warren F. Weston,
1st Lieut , John B Morse, 21 Lieut, Richard D
Co. K, Wettford. Ciptiin, Charles E Parker,
1st Lieut, J P Bixby, 2d Lieut., S C Rugers.
The detail for yesterday wasai follows;
Officer of the dsy, Maj. W L Greenleaf. 061
cers of the Guard, L!eut. M G Gilder, Lieut.
J P Chipmin.
The detail for to-dty is as follow:
Officer of the Dty, Captain J II Allen. Ofiioers
of the Guard, Lieut. J P Bixav Lieut E
The afternoon was quite hot, but the men
stood up bravely under their two hours and
a quarter drill.
The muster at Ef acx Junction ecntinacd Wed
nesday with favorable weither,acd 1 continuincc
cf the good order md carefol ittention which
hive made thit one cf the most profitable and
tucccitful mnitert in the history of cur militia.
The grind feature cf the day wit the review ia
the iftcrnccn. This attracted a numerous crowd
cf spectators. Among tboie iu attendance from
this city, were Senator Edmunds, Lieut Gov.
Underwood. Miycr Dodge, Hon. L. B. Engletby,
Hen. J. D. Httch.E. W. reek, Ex-Mayor Ballon,
W. Gibts, and other citizens, with a number cf
ladies. Qiite a party of ladiea and gentlemen
were also pretent from St Albans, The review
took place at htlf paat two o'clock, the regiment
and battery pissing in review beforo Gcvernor
Stewirt and hit stiff. The mirching wis excel
lent, all things considered ; and the regiment
mtde an exceedingly creditable ippcarance.
The regiment was then put through a number
ef battalion evolution! by Col Peck, such tt
breaking frcra line into column by company and
by diviaisn, marching in column of severs! dif
ferent formttiont and in line cf bittle, etc , con
cluding with practice in firing by volley, file and
at wilL All the movements were executed with
really enrprisirg precision, considering the
limited amount cf time that hat teen
devoted to company and battalion drill The St
Albans ccmptnlee.with their beautiful uniforms,
asd inferior mirching and drill, attracted
fecial tttentioa and pta'se. The battalion was
ttea formed ia hollow squire, when Gov.
Stewirt was introduced to the regiment by Col.
Feck, tnd addressed them as fellows:
OCT. STIWlBT'S srEECtl.
Col Ptck, ani jtnlemen qf lie. Fiut Rtgi-
THE BURLINGTON, VT., FKEE
"ttnt. After the cleasact dntv alrcadv rerform-
cd this aftcrnooa, it affords rne further pleuure
to express to yon, ia behalf of the State aad for
myseu individually, my gratincitioa at the
good , order, efficiency aad discipline we hive
witnessed bcreto-diy. I need not say to you
thit under a system like ours the government
matt ultimitely rest on the loyal hearts of its
citizens, and upon emergency the life of the
guTernmcnr uepens on the action or the citizeas
ia defending it bv arms. Our theorv of cov-
oent discards the standing army, and places tie
ucienee 01 tne government oa the people; aai
it is the duty of tho people to maintain such a
condition of orginiution and familiarity with
the pie of arms as will cnible them to act with
efficiency when the occisicn arises.
I am aware, gentlemen, that the people of this
Stite have given you very little encourigemeat
ia your efforts to sustain the militia, and it is
therefore a greater pleasure to tee thit jour il
rsost nntided efforts hive been so saosessful. I
ira the more glad, also, because your success is
Ike etrcngeit gusranty thtt the State will jet
furnish the idiitioatl aseistioce aad encourage
ment to which joa arc entitled. I am glid to
diy to bear tettimcny cot enly to the zeal md
efficiency cf your ifficers, but to the good order
and creditable appearance of the rink lad file.
I congratulate the State that it his euch a regi
ment as this. I wish you a safe and pletstnt
return to jour homes; and I trmt that yoa will
in future continue to manifeit the stme interest
ia the eupport of the militia of the State, in
order that the future rosy show increased effi
ciency and sncccss.
Theie words of appreciitioa tnd cheer, were
received by the regiment with three routing
cheers and a tiger, for the Oovernor. Dress
piradc followed, after which a Governor's rilute
cf fifteen guns was fire! by the Battery, while
the Band entertained the guests of the Colonel
with some cholco selections. The pinde thus
ended plcssiatly ind successfully and to the
gritifuttioa of all present.
The New Chittenden Connty Court
The new Court House, erected by this County,
u ready for ccoupaccy, and is cne cf the test
structures of its kind in New England.
The need cf newqwirtert for cur County Court
bectmc appareat a number of years tgo. The
old Court House, erected in 1829, hil longjeince
become laaJequite to the leeds cf the Court ind
of tbe Bar. In the growth of Burlington, its
loottios, once suitable enough, hid become
about the noisiest one possible. The deficiencies
of the buHding became even more apparent after
the eatabltshrceat of the term or the United Stttes
District Court ia this city. The project for a
nevr Court House begin to take thspc, wheo,
through the efforts of Senator Edmunds, theU.
S. Government offered to the cauaty a site for a
new Court building, on the ltnd owned by the
government south of the Post OE:e, oa Church
Street, free of cost to the county, upon condition
only thtt the terms ef the U. S, District Court
m'ght be held therein without cost to tha gov
ernment for reat
Three jears ago a proposition to build a new
Court Houie wss hid before the members cf the
Legislature from this cocsty. But the county
was not ready then to take bold of the mitter.
and tbe subject wu postponed. Two years ago
it wis brought up again, and though there wis
considerable objection oa the part of tome of the
members from other towns ia the county, who
thought the old building good enough for them,
and that if Burlingtoa waatod a new Court
Houte she might build ot-e, a majority cf the
representatives from Chittenden County agreed to
favor 1 bill whioh was laid before them, by the
terras of which Barlington was to purchase the
county -s intertst in the old Court Houte for
S 10,000, and the county was to ra'ue $40,000
additional by ttx, to build a fifty thousand
dollar Court House, E. J. Phelps, John
L. Mason and Ezra Meech to be commie-
sioners to determine the jlin for the stme. This
bill became a law. The commistkners ia dae
time adopted a plan furniihed by Mr. E. CRyer,
architect, of Burlington. The work cf cocetruc
tion began in the spring of 1671, and has pro
greased tteadily till now, whea a few finishing
touches of the interior only re main to complete
is of ttono, cf tbe combination cf red stone from
Willard's lede aad the blue-gray It's La Motte
stone, which has been found so tasteful end
tatiifaclory in the Catholic Cathedral and Meth-
oditt church of this city and in Bethany church.
ofMoBtpeher. The exterior it a itrikingone.
The structure ia a rectangle cf nineiWeiir by
fifty-four feet, with a semi-detaobed tower
twenty feet tqutrc cn the northwest corner. It
of three stories, or speaking more
strictly of two stories with a man
sard roor. Belts of blue chiselled stone
divide tbe stories, and tbe corners, window
ctsiagt, and theooraioet and caps of the chim
neys are of the esme cut stone. The window!
ia the lower story are double, divided by a
column of stone work and surmounted by low
double arches. In the second story, whioh con
tains the court room, the windows are large inl
arched with tbe round Roman ireh. The wills
are surmounted with a cornice heavily enriched
with brackets, above which rises the French
roof, its sides slated with blue asd green line
in belts. The corner tower rites above tic roof
with a bracketed cornice, upon which rctti the
belfry, which is a French dome, of shape scme-
whit unusual ia this region, being tquire it
thebaic and octiff-:! at tie tep, slated ia
belts, tnd finished t J aa ornamental ircn
railing on thetcp. tLCtopof this is SO feet
from the ground. The front of the
building on Church street, is ornasienteil
with a porch of oat stone. A flight cf
eight steps leals to ths platform of the porch,
which is 12 by 18 feet, tnl cociisU of four
great blocks of chiselled stoae each C by 9 feet
Triple columns of ttone support the roof of the
porch, over the bracketed eernice ef which is a
heavy balustrade The effect of tbe nho'e is
massive and tasteful.
Entering at the front through a handsome
duubledoorof chestnut with arched panels and
bleok walnut mouldings, wc finl ourselves facing
a hill 9 feet wide, which extends through the
building from west to east At the right risei
the main staircase, of chestnut, with elegant
Wack walnut kaluitraJe and heavy rail of black
tlnur. Atcendiag this wo reach the court
room. This ia a very fice room, etacicus,
light, elegant and rich, without tawdriners
in its finish, and admirably adapted for its
use. It ia nearly tqaare, measuring CO x 47 feet,
and 21 feet high. The walls are wainicotted
for four feet from the floor. Tbe rest of the walls
aad fie ceiling ere hard Cnisli, vrith heavy stuc
co cornice aad crcamentsl centre pieces, from
whieli depend the two chandeliers. The bench,
with, its handsome deik cf black walnut tnd ve'
vet. occupies a shallow arched rcrrsi on the cast
end of the room. In front i the bar, the spa
ciora area of which, rcirly twcnty'ieet squire,
ia tarrrunded by a rich and heavy railing
of cherry, cf aa ornamental open-work pat
tern with Uaek walnut rctettes and heavy rail.
The jury boxes, witness stand, prisoner's dock.
Sheriffs desk, Ac, are cf chestnut and black
walnut, and are arranged in the usual manner,
much as in the old Court House. The western
htlf of the room is allotted to the spectators.
It is provided with settees, of French's
patent, cf cheitnut andiron, seating about 20
penoxe. The floor within the bar is carpeted
with kanciome Erutselle carpet, and the other
portions cf Ite room, except under the settees,
with a nett iogriic. There is a reminiscence of
the old court room in the old mahogany water
stand, fcr drinking water, which always stood
within tie bar. It is now placed just without
the bar, in the center cf the room.
The room is lighted by sis large arched win
dows, thtee oa etch side. These ire diridtd by
centre millions and glazed with la'ge panes, cf
Co by 30 inches, four to each window. The
cashes are cf chestnut, and are hang with cords
and weights. Two large chandeliers, of bronze
and gold, of a new and tasteful pattern, bang
from the ceiling, and with bracket lights tchicd
the beach will amply light the room. Ventila
tion is secured by foc.r large circular ventilators
in the ceiling, leading up to the roof. Two hand
some arched doors with ornamental panels, cn
each side of tbetecib,1tad to the con sulticg and
jadgea' looms in th') rear. Of theie there are
two bandecme rot mi, neatly carpeted
and furnished, for consulting rooms for the law
years, in. I m room for the Judges. A room ad
joining this is provided with a marble withstand
and water closet These arc all exceedingly
convenitnt and elegant rooms. From tie hall
behind the Court room connecting these xocroa
there are back aUircaics, leading to ths Jury
rccas above and to the floor .below, fir the
convenience cf the Judges, Jury an J officials cf
the court We omitted to cay that the main en
trance to the Court rocm is through a large
arched doorway, clcted by doab.'e doors of cheit
nut and black walnut, hung on double-acting
spring Letts. Over these iVa large semicircular 1
light of embossed glass, bearing the Goddess cf
J astice with the sctlet and sword ia the centre,
with the Arms of Vermoatoa one side aal those
of the United States oa the other. Thit
haadsome ornament wis designed tad exe
cuted by A. G. Lucts & 803, cf this city.
We have been ia a good tsaay ccurt rooms ia
'ether cities, and though we have teen more ex
pensive ones, we do not remember tee which
seemed to ns in better taete, or likely to be more
convenient and pletiant ia u;e than this.
Pasting up to the third itcry we Had a crnira!
hall ruaaiag from east to west, with iccros ca
each cide, twelve ia numler, including cne in
the tower. The two rooms at the eastern end;
which are large rooms of 16 by 14 feet, are ap
propriated for jury rooms. The rest will be let
for offices. All are good-sized and pleasant
rooms, 12 feet high, finished with chestnut and
black walnut, and these oa the south side have
beautiful views of the town tnd bay, frcm ths
Descending now to the first story, we look
into the suite of rooms oa the north side, provid
ed for the Probate Ccu: ' These comprits a
Probate Court room, 20 b 19 feet, from which
opea the judge's private c:Scc ca the west, and
the Registers effioe cn the east side. Frcm
the latter cpent the fire-proof vtult for the beckt
of the Ccutt This is a large affair, mctsaricg
18 by 11 feet, ia doted by double iron doors, it
made thoroughly fire proof by brisk wotk, and
reatt cn arches of rnaeoa work. The building
could undoubtedly burn wilhout the slightest
dinger to the contents of this vault. The Pro
bite Court rooms arc hcatd by a furnace in the
The County Clerk cccupics the remaining
space cn the north side of tbe hall, his cffiee
being on the northeast corner. Attached to it
is a spacious vault, cf similar construction to
the enc we have descrited, and of still larger
dimensions, for the stfo keeping cf tl'e Conrt
records snd pspers.
Oa the couth side of tho ball is a large room
fcr the grand jory, arcom for the Sheriff, and
two rooms connected, to be let for cfllces. Theie
are all very nice rooms,13 feet high, furnished ia
native weeds like there above. andCniiltd with
All the rocms above and lelow hare inside
blicds to the windows of blick walnut and cteet
nut The doors ind windows tnd door eatings
ire cf tLc time talive woods. The door-knots
thrcughout ire cf Iron: ind cf an tppropriite
device bearing the scales and eye of Justice.
The floors are all cf hard Southern pine, and all
the fittings are sabitantial snd rich rather thta
Descending once more, to the basement
we find water clorets, five in numler, vaults for
storage, and coal and fuel rooms, lighted by low
windows and accessible frcm a rear entrance.
We have thus described the bett Court House
in Vermont Wc are able to add the very grat
Ifying fact, thit contrary to all precedent the
cost of tbe completed building will sot exceed
the limit originally set. cf 50,000. It it a re
markably cheap buildicg at thit figure, and
probably, under the increased price of materials.
could cot be duplicated to-day for $60,000. A
moderate additional appropriation will be nec-
csrary for furniture, net included in the erigintl
It remains fcr us to mention lie parlies of
whose ekill and care the building it the monu
We have rocr.ticr.ed the times cf tie commis-
eiccers appolcted by the Legislature to adopt
the plan. Of theie our towctman, E. J. I'helpt,
Esq , gave to the matter the aid of his cultivated
tittc and liberal judgment, and Hon. John L.
Mtton took strong interett net only in determin
ing the plin, but in cirryicg out its detiils, and
his good serse ind cireful judgment have teen of
much servioe The supervision of the coaetruc-
lioa wis given by ltw to the ceiiittut judges cf
the county court, ind Jalge Lincoln not being
so situated thit he could give muoh time to it,
the reipociibility devolved upca Judge Parker.
The plan of the exterior wis the work cf Mr.
E. C. Ryer cf thit city. The interior arrange
ment was planned by Judge Parker. The mtton
work was do by Guy 11. Willard,aad is a csp-
Tbe ttone for tke trimmings tb-cjghu-.it, the
poreh. So , was cut by Walker Brothers. The
plaitering wss done in excellent style by Morse
& Stone, Henry Pe-o having the subordinate
charge of the same.
The carpenter wotk was by Ejby Bro
thers, tbe working plans being by Mr Rolaey
The doors, sash anl blinds were made by
Chcie Si Smith, from designs by Rodney Ruby
The main staircase was also made by Chase A
Smith, the heivy rail and balustrade being
planned and put up by Mr. Henry Rieslorph,
professional stairbuilder, lately conceded
with the establishment of Cnaae & Smith.
The glazing was done by A. G. Lucas A Son,
thecrnamectal embossing being the handiwork
of Mr. Paicehta-1, in their employ.
The tetteea ia tbe court room were tilde by
The gas fixturce, plumbing, stoves and tin
roof, were furnished tnd put up by Wheelock
The painticg aad oiling of th: woodwork was
done by Stephen II. Kartell. There are all
Burlington Meebanios Ths bronze knobs and
other fizturrt were furnished by Ira E. f bat
tuck of this city.
Tbe low exit and thorough construction of
the building arc due chiefiy to the careful iu
f trintetdence cf Julge N. Parker, who has had
the entire charge of ihe oocitructiou and given
his personal attention to every detail, and cf Mr.
Kolney Roby, who has been ths Master Carpen
ter. The building docs them and all concerned
the bigbeit credit and they may well be proud
of it It is an ornament to the City, and our
Coucty can now boast of poaiessing by sll odds
the bet Court House in ths State.
Prior to the Cincinnati Coavcntioa, Horace
White, of the Chicago Tribune, delighted to
call Hones Greeley an " impirtd harlequin,"
asd ncracc Greeley luxuriated in denominating
Horace White a "perspicnoua anl sublime
liar."' Times hive changed since then, and the
lioa and the lamb arc lying together, even as
they formerly lied apart.
The editor of a Western newspaper, who is a
little careless in his writing, was indignant to
find in ore of his editorials, as printed that the
nirne of th: editor cf the Springfield Republican
was called Samael Growls.
Jimes Anthony Fronli, Pro.'esior Tyndall,
George Micdtmld and Elmund Yates, ill men
of note ia Eagltnd, are to lecture in the United
States this winter. Froule ia a biatoriaa, Tyn
dall a maa of science, Yatet and Micdoaald
novelists, and tho latter has some celebrity as a
poet All, we believe, have a'sa bsca editors
and writers for English periolicais. Mr. Froude
leeturee on bat one subject, the relations of Eng
land anl Ireland, and that only in a course of
five lectures. His tppointmeats for ths season
have already beea arranged.
The Unirersalut says thit Rev. Eli Billoa,
now in the West, intends to return to Vermont.
George W. Wing, of Montpelier, for eevenl
years the efficient Aaslstiut State Treasurer, As
tiitsnt Secretary of Stale and Town Clerk of
Montpelier, is going West this Fill, and is to be
succeeded in these positions by John W. Page,
son of State Treasurer Page, wh is fully comp
tent to hold them... 't
The St Albins Sfesienger ssys thit Hon D.
R. Biiley will net be a candidate for Preaident
pro tern of the Seaite.
Elwin S. Wright, representative elect cf Wey
bridge gave 1 reception recently in honor of his
election, to which ill the voters ind their wives
and sweethearts were invited. A large number
were present and had a gocd time.
Mr. John Mclunerney, au excellent "typo" of
the Fbee Pbess and Times Job Office, and a
bright and popular youag maa, who has beea
for a year or two President of Ihe Iliberniin
Society of thit city, haa received an appointment
in the Government Printing Office at Wtthing
ton. John his pleisantly signalled his printer's
promotion by making an agreeable matrimonial
TCature. Success to him iu both bis capital
Miss Mina E. Gregory, daughter cf Hon. John
Gregory of Northfield, has devoted the past year
to study under the best icttructioa in elocution,
anl is said to be greatly improved as a reader.
She proposes (0 give leadings throughout the
State during thecomicg season.
Lieut T. B. Nichols, of the 6th U. S, Cavalry,
has left for Fott Dodge, Kansas, where he Las
been assigned to duty.
Thomas Hill, the artist, on account of poor
health, will reside ia California for a few years.
nu pulmonary trcnble threatens to return.
Kossuth, tho remarkable orator and reformer,
lives an exile in Turin, ia poverty aad seclusion,
though each year-elected to the nuagariaa Par
liament, and with biits cf friends calling him
back to Hungary. He has grown very grey
and old looking, it is ssid, but has still his
former vigor and frcthncts. He and his two
sons live together the only survivors of the
family. He hst takes au oath never to return
to Uangtry while it is in uaioa with the House
of Hapsbarg. He believes in no prosperity 0:
liberty which comes from them.
Apropos of Mr. Grceley'e tour West, the Cin
cinnati Gaitlle relates this incident :
" Juit before Mr. Oreeler delivered hit snecch
at Pittsburg, on Thursday evening, he was ap
proached by Gov. Randolph, who turcettcd to
him thesabiectt to which he thoald refer. He
listened to him for rome time, snd finally, pall
iate his hat over bis ejes, said : ' I will be
tr 1 don t know my opinions better than any one
elaa dees.' ne thea delivered that speech which
has uaahc-i to the ground the hope of bis sup
-oners ircuga in? norm.
E :ond About is oat of piisca just in time to
lead .ae proof sheets of his new norel, in which
he gives the Germans a worce dressing down
even than that which recently procured him bis
The American Geographical Society proposes
to give Mr. Stanley a reception cn his arrival in
this country. Dr. Livingstone is to be made an
honoiary member of the Society.
It ii reported that Robert Bonner will retire
from the active mzaagemsat of the Ledger ia
Senator Joshua Hill, cf Georgia, who has
been deslaral as a supporter cf Greeley, his de
clared emrhatioallr for Grant and Wiieoa.
Fraak Bra Kurd, of. Benniagton, is mtkirg
preparations to give a icrics ef Shaketperian
readings in Northern New York, during the win
li!ll!niin County Coart.-.Scpt' mbcr
Hon. JOHN PIERPOINf, Presidicg JuJge.
lion. nATHAa blXOOLX, i , . , ,
Hon. Nanuxin. Paikeu, i Aut JulS"
TrasDAT.Sert 21, 1S72.
Tbe September Tern of tbeCoaafy Court opened
this (Toesdty) morning at nine o'clock ii
the new Court House. Of the 209 cues en the
Law Docket, eighty-eight are marked for Jury
Trial, and 29 art set for the Court.
The following are the officers of Court '
Wilder L. Burnap, State's .itlorr.ey.
A. J. Howard, Clerk.
Lamau A. Drew, Sheriff.
Deputy Sheriffs. Clark W. Reynolds, Under
bill; Franklin Wight, BorliBgton; Eugene Bit
tcitnette, Richmond: John II. Booth, Milton;
Lucian W. French, Etetx Junction; Seth W.
Mead, Shelburn; Russell J. ilone. Bolton; Fer
dinand Beach. Jericho.
LIST 01 GKA2D ZTUU!.
Boltoo, Henry Stack pole; Burlington, Luther
P Bloda-ett.H H Doolittle. Dan Lvon: Charlotte.
J U Deaa; Colcbeeter, W V Reynolds; Essex,
i.oocn liowe; uinetbargb, Lorenzo Murray;
Hunting-ten, Chester Rois; Jer cho, J C Bcst
wiok; Milton, Norman Wright ; Richmond,
Giles Howe; Shelburn. Lee Tracv: 8011th Bur
lington, Hubbard Chittenden ; S: George,
Henry Lawrenci ; Underbill. S W Mead ;
Weitfurl, Ira Stevens; Williston.Leet A Biehop.
Bolton, Jorl T Davis; Burlingtoa, Amaia
Drew. E 3 Johnson. William Mead. Ira Slut-
tuck; Charlotte. C G Prindle. L D Stone: Col-
ehetier, E V N Fisher, W T Herrick, Sbermaa
Jlcsoli; iimesbargb, Kli Clark; Essex, AB
Halbtrt. L Williams lUinesbnnh. E W Hark-
nett: Huntington, Harry Ross; Jericho, James
n iiutcnicaou, ueo w Btylei; itilion, George
Howard. Smith R Lincoln: Richmond. S p Cut
ler, J 0 Waliton; Shelborn, W A Eddy, A F
Peet, E S Saxtoc ; South Burlington. Auguatus
Kimball: St Oeorse. Norman Iahim: L'ndarhil!.
T M Graver, II C ltchtrdion; Wettford. Anole-
ton Grow, Lucius Irish; Williatcn, E C Fay,
Proclamation tor grand and petit iorors was
then made, the lis's ere called, aad the ncm
bsrs duly twern.
OB ISO JCBT.
The court briefly reminded tbe crand iuroia
01 weir general amy. first, to ascetttin
whether any of the laws of the State had been
violated, and, if so, whether by my peieoo
within the jiritdiction of the county court In
their investigations they would be tsaisted by
the advice of the State's Attorner. It waa not
necessary that they should be satisfied beyond a
reasonaote uouot 01 tne guilt of the offender.
Evidence only of a character sufficient to create a
probability tbat if an indictment was found by
them a conviotion would follow, would be re
quired. Twelve of their number should agree
befure aa indictment oould be brought, other
wise thry should return the bill as Bot found.
lion W . Krvnoids. of Colchester, was id.
rinT j oar.
The ccurt reminded the netit jurors of the ne-
cetiity of their abstaining from, or listening to,
any conversation relating to any cause which wis
to oe trie j at tne present term, anl His Honor
alluded to the various devices which were used
by ptrtiet interested directly or otherwise in the
trial cf cases in the courts. to inflaeoce the minds
cf jurors, and cautioned the jury in regard to
the proper discharge of their duties.
The jury calendar wis thenct'led tnd GS cases
marked for trial.
On motion cf Hon. Via. ;. Shaw, Lhaancey
W. Brownell, Jr., of this city a recent gradu
ate cf the Albany Law t'chcol was admitted to
prictice in this court
No case being rea ly fr trial till the after-icon
session, the petit jury were excused till two
A hearing was thrn had en the petition of
Hannah E. Piul ve. I-t 11. Paul for a divorce.
The bill r- as granted fcr intolerable severity.
Custody of pf.o r soo Frat.k P. toother with
the kouiebold goods si. I forn-ttire was grta'ed
Thit afternoon th cts. of tVni. Gordon, spec,
vs Luther L. Durant, tpt was tried. This wis
an action of assumpsit for mcnejs collected by
defendant for the plaintiff, and which was
olaimed by defendant to apply on account of jro
fesiional charts which be bad against the plain
tiff. L. L. Lawrence ami Messrs. Wilbur &
Palmer for plaintiff; H. Ballard and L. L, Du
rant for defendant.
WrojtuDAT, Sept. 2i
S,on afier tbe opening of the Court this morn
ing the jury in tbe case of Gordon vs. Duvant
brought in a verdict ia favor of the plaiat.ff for
SG7 1S and costs.
L. F. Terrill, ipec. r. Ripley i-pragur,
and Amanda Sprague (huiband and wife)
apt!., wss tbe fiist case tried this morn
icg. This was au action oa the caic for de
ceit in turning out the property ia question
(one cow) to tbe plaintiff, who was Deputy
Sheriff, who claimed that the property belonged
to ihe female defendant, when in fact it was the
property cf one A. 8. Cook of Brandon. These
fact were denud by defendants. During the
pendency cf the suit the hosbtnd (R.Iey
Sprsgue) decease 1. The Curt held that upon
tbe plaintiff's own statement of the caie on
trial, he eo'ild not recover for the rcasoa thtt
the warranty at claimed by the plaintiff, if true
grew out of a contract, and therefore the wife
could not be held, as tbe husband was tee only
ptrty retpoosibfe. A verdict was accordingly
directed to be returned by the jury in favor of
defendants. A. C. Dixoa and E. It Hard for the
plaintiff. L. F. Wilbur and D. Riberta for de
fendants. Exceptions were tsktn and allowed,
acd case passed to Supreme Court.
Samuel B Meigs vs. Smith, Briiaerd tad
Clirk was thea taken up This is aa actioa oa
the caie to recover damages to plaiatirTs vessel,
ia September, 1SG8, cauicd.aj olaimed by plain
tiff, by defendants neglecting to open the draw Ia
the railroad bridge across Lake Champliiu at
Rouses Point, as required by liw. R. II. Start
and E It Hard for plaintiff: G. C. Ntble, B. F.
Fifield and L. L. Lawrence fordefeadaats.
Tcs CucBEimr. lion. James M. .S'.aJe, the
Middlebury correspondent af the Rutland iferj
aid thus writes thtt journal concerning the
clerkship cf the llouse :
I observe that a spirited contest is going oa
for the clerkship of the Ilcuse of Representatives,
at Mcntpelicr, this coming retaion of the Legia
Iature. Mr. Camp, who haa been clerk for some
years past, seeks a re election. Mr. II. K. Newell
of Shelburn, who has ben bis assistant and a
very excellent one too, ia also a candidate for
tbe position. Both are good men, aad both are
well qualified. It seems, however, that rotatioa
is the order of the dty, anl if the one term prin
ciple is to be applied all around, I know of no
ret! on why Mr. Newell should not be elected
clerk. Mr. Camp has ha l it the usaal time, and
it would not be doing injustice to him (if it
should now be given to Mr. Newell. Mr N. Is
a ycung maa of good character, geaitl ia hit
intercourse with his fellows, well acquainted
with the duties cf the potiiion, and I think
wculd make a meat excellent clerk. It certainly
needs one, somewhat familiir with the dutiet of
the desk (in view of a new ind untried Speaker)
who will be able to render aasistaccc to the pre
aiding officer of the House. While Mr. Camp
has a good knowledge of the duties tobepetform
ed, Mr. Newell is equally well informed. I Mad
that msny cf the Addison county Repreeenta
tivet are strongly ia favor of Mr. Newell.
A HfcaAEEAELC Boa's II cad. The fallowing
appears in the Salem (If. Y ) Press :
Last Saturday night, at Jtmet Boncelly was
coming up iho railroad trick, followed by bis
d;g, the midnight train came along. Tho dog,
inttcad of leaving the trick as a prudent and sa
gacious dog would htve done, turned around
an l faced the comiag train acd began berking
at it Tke-traiulcamcruahing on, and though
Donnelly called httegr it maintained its posi
tion, and'thc rtlult Vo that the trtis run over
it, dividing its body into twoeqatl ptrts. The
etrangett part it yet to be told The trtin pin
ed on and Donnelly wbiatled to hit dojrani the
part that had the heal cn crawled rtc ward
his feet, end the other half remained ta'tnt
track. The evident desire of the dog wat to pre
fect bis mister. Sciratilh men have ettablishel
the fact tbat euch a thing might happen, but we
never tttectcd to it until we learned the above
To the Free Press and Times.
xcw romc NEWS.
A BLO0DT ArSSAT W lEW JETJLT TEESIBLE
TIGHT BETWEEX WHITE A-TD SIOSOES
SEVERAL HILLED ON COTII SIOES.
New Ycbst, Sept 23 Details arc published
here Ihu morning cf tho massacre at Hunterdon,
N. J. One hundred and fifty blacks and over
three hundred whites were at work oa the tua
nel oa the new railroad from Perth Amboy to
ths coal mines. Saturday night a party of the
whites who had teen drinking atsailed a party of
the negroes and were repulsed. They procarcl
reinforcements and renewed the attack only to
be repulsed a second time. At midnight the
whites rallied in considerable numbers and at
tacked the negrces burning their buildings.
Both sides were srmed with pickaxes acd other
implements. Charles Coll. a white laborer, was
killed. The overseer quelled the riot
bnt most of tie negrces fled in terror.
On the discovery cf the dead body ft their com
rade the next day the whites were filled with
madntss and rtiecd a cry cf revenge. They
organized at four o'clock iu the morning armed
with pistols, eucs. in . ind ,t,-il ;
of the fugitives. They fired a volley . killing
Dennis Powell, a negro, and afterwards horribly
mutllltcd his bodr With clubs. The mnm
ectttercd in all directiocs, Benjimia Ditshmia
wm u-unii eecrciej nnuer a stoop; he was drag
ged forth and his brains beaten oat A third
negro was shot while running away and t's
body stamped to a jelly. Tho whites then re
turned to their nusttcr!. Th .Vritr Af
the county with a larre tarr.r, r-
connoitericg the region, and has mile two
arrests so far. Moat ik
nave aoanuonea tee reterve wages due them and
ciciioj ouu tne scene or tee affray was at
Patenbcrir. Huntfrrt.i mnnv
AS ArOBXSS Br THE STBAIGriT-Onr rJEJIOCSACT,
A lenethr address to tb ilrnvnrf it,-
United Statet wss ittued to-dav hv th
uiiuce 01 inc ijOUllvme convention. II nn
tbe object of the aisemblage ia that city;
opposes the Baltimore platform as undemocratic;
luuii-uu last mo ruemDera ot lae uemccratic
party did not demaad the nomination of Greeley
and the adoption of his plstform, and says the
watchword is, not "any thing to beat Grant,"
but "any thing to prevent Greeley frcm beating
and deetroviai tbe democratic rarlr." fl.mt-.
election, it says, would be less a calaxity than
that of Oreeley, and if the former it chceta the
responsibility rests 03 the Baltimore coventioa
which refuses the people either a nominee cr
platform. The adlrcis concludes by invoking
all democrats to vote for O'Conor and Adams.
At the conference of Ihe socallnl in lrn.ii
uemoorats to day Hon. James Warrall ef
Pennsylvania, presided, an 1 J. II WiIon of
.moimi, wit secrettry. air. n trrall maie a
speech in favor of Grant and Wilson. A large
number cf of letters frocf persons sympathizing
with tbe movement were real. A national com
mittee was appointed, as alsoi plitform com
mittee from New York. Hon. J II Gilmer cf
Virginia, wat choen chairman of the former.
Resolutions were adopted endorsing thnr.nt
and Wilson and republican slate ticket, aal a
committee wis appointed to prepare aa address
10 ne inicpenoent uemccsacy.
Ok!t. BtKXSIliE TO OXEXi.LV.
Oen. BcrnsiJe in renlv to eertiin rm.-v. .t
Mr. Gree'eyat Pittsburg in regard to the vete
rans' convention, issue.) to-day a letter denying
'V vri ('"ct cf tl'J convention justified
Mr. Greeley's remarks. Oen. Barneide says: "Ia
view of the fact thtt Greeley has eharged us with
a desire to engender feelinza of bate ta.ar.I is
survivors cf these who were ia armed rebellion
against the government, we desire to retract our
wish that all differences may te obliterated with
this one single condition, thtt under nc circum
stance rill we support a man for chief magis
trate of tbe nation who in tbe hour of the
eouatrv't greateit dangrr did not appreciate the
aituation tad by words and acts step forward to
its def nse "
l-iet!ry In X'rtJiiiylianla. ITr ,lt.
Situivnj.ii.Pa.. Sent 25. Mr. Grtelrv nr.l
at Corrv to-dav iu favor of rfttineiUitinn n.f in
denunciation cf the Ku-KIui outrages and the
carpet nag govei omenta of tbe South Consider
able portion of his tpeech was devoted to ths
ease of Arkactas, where 20.000 properly holders
are still diefrancbieed.ind where Bowell Clayton
ond bis subordinates are tbe State board of can
vassers with absolute power to reject whatever
votes they tee fi- snd bring abont S ieh a result
si they cboote
V e.srm AelTi .
nticoriBT or vt ivhoss situ obb bed is
D is vie, Co!., Sept 2o A wonderful discov
ery wae made receintly six miles west of Caribou
of- an enormous ilver lade or system of lelgs
so locked and woven together as to be practically
one ledge. It met sures 03 feet in width and can
be clearly traced over five mi'es. ctrryisg ore
tbe entire diitaroe that eistyt 576 to 100 per
ton The surrounding formation is ponraany
granite, and the ore carries Galena black anl
ray tulphurita, 4a. A large number cf men
are already at work upen it Great activity
exists everywhere in the misti. and reports
comet from all quarters of larger vielda than
Ca-ioo.Sept. 2 The fol owing democratic
tnd liberil republican congressional nominations
were made to-day : 1st district, B. B. Otis,
liberal; 21 distnet, Ca-los II. Harriion, dsn),
crat; Sd district, J F Lamoine, liberal
ea t-iistnnil .eva.
PopriABD, Ms . Sept 25 The Putnam Pha
lanx of Hartford, have spent tbe day in an er
cnistoa down the harbor ia tbe morning, and a
parade in the c;ty, evcortel by city companies .in
nuciariios is j,ew uijarsaint
Mabchbtfb, Sept 23-Theodore Tiltoaof
New 1 ork. tddreseed a very larga and enthuei
astlo meeting at Smyth's Hall this evening,
severely arraigning tke adminlitralioo of Gen
Grant Many republicaai attended. the meetioe.
The galleries were filled with lilies. Ia the
meantime a procession cr abont COO under the
auspices of tbe Vouog .Men's Greeley aad
BrownCIub paraded through tbe principal streets
with torches, and many buildings were illumina
ted It is propose! to orgtnise a batttlion of
woodeboppett in addition to the torch bearers.
BotTos, Sept. 25 The committee appointed
by Harvard College overseers to consider acd re
port on co-education of the sexes, recommend
that no aetioa be taken on the subject at present.
Pibh pj no real medicine ever gamed the rapid
popularity which CAavoaia has done. Oaemaa
rajates their expeiteoee ef its irool i fleets to an
other. It is a aeiretabte preparation, per.ectly
narmtees, pleasint to eaee , does not distress or
ETtpe. but regulat-8 the system, and Is sure to
operate when all ether remedies have filled Any
person who has ever used Caatorta for stomach aclie,
constlpatl.in, crcup flatulency and worms, piles,
r ernxed liver, will never arain use nausaaUa -oil,
bilter fills or rlarootlcSyrups. The Casioila
contaiLS neither ttiueials. Morphine nor Alcohol.
BJitts soothinz, qa'etln effect, it produces cntural
steep, and la partieiUrly adapted toeriiagaad
teitMng children. It eots but 35 cents, snd on3
bottle will save many dollars la dietort' bu:t
MlTME Is row pre'eribed lncajejof icrofuta
and other diseases of the blocd, by many of the beat
pbyalerans. owing to its jrcat iuic:n in curler: all
u.aeajta cf this nature 1 1
Don't Hawk. Hawk. 8plt,Ep't. niow, Elow, ani
dis-uit everybody with jour Catarrh taA its
illiaslve odor, when Dr. Sara's Ca'arrb Ilimidy
will speedly destroy all oior, arreat the dtseharKe,
Tbe speeiilty ot tbe remedy known as Suolan.
di Hrxnu Is that It pt-ettively oures kidney,
bladder and glandular dlseassi, mental and phj s
tcil debility, diate'es, s ravel, tnd ottabliih .he
Iiealth of those who have and who sre icdultns in
tboerrorsefyouOi. By its means tho healthy cur
rent of the neive fla-d and bio id la ensuiol, acd the
ryitem tirengmecel and lnvlcerated.
Wc d're to cTprew, tliren;h tho c 4am ns cf too
Free Vnrs, car ttiiaki to oar Iriends at Jericho
Centre, lor tba pleuact surprltie Tiltatoar Ute
bemff, oa Wedneadar creain, ISepL 4ih. acda.li
for the preHatJ so kindly bestowed a "Cmdea'a
UODeoidaco" aad a Moroeca Oma rfinttlnfrivr
ioxen bilrer Table Knlres. also other artleUsof
uo uia paninj run oi me Buncay tcaocLTiiese
prescnii Taiaible a they are, wJl posess as a tea
fold worth la tLU oar new home on accoant cf the
May ITo wh notices CTea tho civic; of a cap of
.lun.mr, jtrnm ifl-ni, wi may mo Diessinscoi
hearca rest upsn the dear tua-jiy School at Jericbo
E. A. IsEK.
Lexiatoc, MlchSept I3th, lfT.
COXSUMI'TION C.tV UK CCBKl).
eOnEhXK'3 PDLMO.NIC SVRUP,
CCUEKCK'S BEAWEhl) TOXIC.
BCUESCK'3 MANDRAKE TILLS,
Are tho only medieines that will euro Pulmonary
Sometimes "medieines that will stop acou-h will
orton ocsasion the death nf th,u,t!n! tt i,&, nn
the liver, stops the circulation ot the blood, bem
orrhaca fjllows, and, in fact, cloisln.tho actioa of
J-Iveroomnla'nt and iirra,tti tiin 9ne
t t "S'' ma. causeu tne cough.
two uiiraa ci tne cues cr Consumptloa. many are
now complalnln; wlta dull pair; Iu the side, the
bowels Sometimes COttiva ami inmntlmei tiv nes
toazue coated, pain ia the ihoulder blade, feellns
sometimes very restless, and at other times drowsy ,
the food that la taken lies heavily oa the stomach,
accompanied with acidity and belehtnz of wind.
There symptoms usually originate from a diaorCered
condition of the ttomaeh or a torpid liver. Persons
so aHieted, if they take one cr two heavy colds, and
If the oouh in theso ease be suddenly atoppod, the
lusga, liver and atomich clojr. acd remain torpid
and Inactive, aad before the patient is aware of his
situation, tbe lungs are a mass of sores and u'oir
ated, and death ts tLe Inevitable reinit-
Bchenca's l nlmotlo byrup la aa expectorant which
does not ocntaio any opium, cor any thin -oateu-latel
to cheek a eouxh suddedly.
ticJleack's Seaweed Tonic dlaaolvea the food, mixes
with the gastric Juice of the etcmach, dlgosts easily,
nourishea the ijatem, and creates a healthy emu
lation of the b'ood. Hbn thM hnnll matl
at In sallow, and tho patient Is cf a billons habit,
Schenea'i Blacdrate Puis are required.
These medicines are prepared by DR. J 11.
BCUUiCK t SUN, Northea.t corner cf Sixth aad
"tpu, i-uiiaueipn'a, i'enn., and for sale by UkU.
C. OOUIIH'JN t to., 3i llanovvr SI . Boatoo, and
John V. Henry, n CoUese Place, Ktw York, w-olo
tor sale by Diufgiits Eentrally.
aiARCCP.nn rvrr i DKAFNEIS.
Foreuie f I , ( cr Test Bample fur 23 cenu ) by mall.
Dr. B. r. it v ATT, 216 Oiaad btrect, Hew Yctr.
ItUaiadthir to pass throuxa lira only half
eimeio are tsouaaads whoso habitual coa-
aiuoaisoceof laasmor aal debltltv. n..,
pUlacfnosjocJSsalaaasS! thsy taffar no posltiv
pain, oaimeyniTo no relish for aaythta- which
affords montal or sensuous pleasure to their more
roouss anu energetic follow bstors.
Ia nho cases out cf ten this state of lassitude and
torpor arlacs from a morbid stomach. loll jostloa
QMiroyt me energy or both mind and body. When
tho wasto of tature la not supplied by a due and
regular asslmtlatloa of the food, every crcjiale
starred, evary taction Inurrupted.
How what does common scale su rgeet under these
crrcunutanctt of depression? Iho si stem needs
roustnzandstrenzthenin? notmArelirftf-n hnn-
SM"0' !? lnk afterwards Into a mora pitiable con
dition than ever (as tt assuredly vrould do If aa
ordlcarr alcohollo atlmutant were resorted to), but
radically aad permanently,
liow is this ceatnbla aMm( k.. ....n.-n.i.-t ,
Tho answer to this question, founded on the unvary-
r A,."., ui quitter or a century. Is easily
ptven. Infuse new v.gor Into the digestive oreans
oyacaurseofllcsiettei'a fctomaeh Bitters. Donot
Wilts time in a'lmlnliili-ln 11..
but wake the system up by recuperating the fount
ain head of physical ttieasth aai energy, tho "rest
orxan upon which all iho other organs depend for
their nurture and eupport
Hr tha t!ma that ailntAn fu- r ty .
table tonlo and Invlgorant havs been talm.tao
feeals frame of the dyspeptlo will -to'la to foot
Its bealgn Influence. Appetite will bo created, ant
with appetite tha capacuy to direst what tt craves
; VCT Jf. " . rurocauipins-UQlll health
ful b.ood, lit to be tlio material cf fleah and muscle,
bono anl norve and brain, flows through the chaa
nels of circulation. Instead of the watery pabulsm
with which they Lave keretefure been Iren-rfacTlv-nouruthed.
Far. ins political campaim.
ClubS 8U4 l-.dltlilnil ntnn'tiil tt. T.1..
taadloj, Bengolal, 4o, 4e. for prooesaions or neet
ipjs. torches, Chineso Lantsrns tn every stile
Flats. Tracsparenoioa, 4o, io., for tho CAmpalu
ClijriEK, 81 I'D E & CO.,
W CnACNCY bTP.EEr, BOSTO.V.
Soto Manufaetarers of
SJartbaU's Patent Illuminatlcs Clndlettict for
lllumlcatln windows. Tha beat ever make,
benl for pries list. Bept 1 dswAa
iralerloiTii t'nlun l,lv iocL. Market.
FOB TBS WSSST CVDI.IO vrssOAT, Eept St, 1372.
in.. our 07 un siocs: irsiain.
Cattle. Sheep 4 Lambs. Sin.
2.039 7 047 2M
l.t-'i 3.122 i
.-"- i ..lit
Prion of Mulct lliwf a r. t,M. tn ma ...
& : a:r, Ji.VMflOil; Irit quality, $? fjoa) o
seoonit quality, JS 00 76 73; third quality, SO
MUeu Jowl and Calves, from 6 , eatra,
Farrow Cows, i&SZi
a'earliara. i.n.ir- Twn v-.. ,.i.i . . -L
jeaisowrnora. ' ' """'
boss, etc "' ""'0' yor h-n dreesa-1
,,Ft?' of "heP aau Lamnt- Wool aheap, amcv
It. . Sheared sheep, 57o tt.
V eat Calves, $8 on to 16 ml.
PriCci of H itiftn T! .icv:. n.i.j.. .
k.i Vmir, bk-tw, fi cicii. '
Cattie Iiuiead of 14 h.,i
wiek. ne Slid tha ia.Faic ..i-
?!,!SJ0e,-l"'Te3ywa- torn tbrw
Lundrwl edd hud wtue Western setua. hv iin.m
Caldwall, direct Ircn Chieao, III. Thsre were
nmedetanUotu. The Calm , wo Branch Railroal
are gre tl In need of a doub:e track, which hi,
been ta...ed of for some time, and we think wilt be
pjt throush very aocn. BrlOfa hiro bi widen
oJ already for that purptse. Theatoek waa flaely
land, all rltht, an-1 lx oa fl-.o fatted itoca were
readily made. Mlm ttnir...!. nh-.r, , .k il .
jj-.v .. ..Uji , w jc itwer, uie least rodcctloa
W IBI JllUilV BIVCK.
Mrttn k&ll S.ftmtM. tO ImM -J'A I-.. .1
lamb. ihanLut weiV Wli; TZTrZ" '."."R."1
at Brichton. the total for .1-.-...-. ,, .. '
isiriut , TOi7V .V."l '.' .'.""I
zrr .i - . r ."v itiivmog ween wc
ions to purenaaa alueh oi the t. ,
. mwntwiiu im iiuien. wno nam n.. r r
yrtn en-chert to kill and aad sell oa eommtelcn.
ualv u,,, ajBcn eaoouraiement to lay
inheavr. Last waet'i iri itiii n.t .
"-ti h a, anii -'-r
rittltri'. But littln flnli- I,, -ti .v..
week i tevoral drovers had a lew crates of eh-ekena
and Lent. QiotaUunj as last n- UreJ. D,sl ehlok
ratal ICie tb , latr !o-ji l6'.cK!b i iv. fowl i6ie
hi, unlaw; iuj, loerto , poor ljieayx
tVinsasnar. Sent .5
LODR-TLe markot has been vary Arm durlni:
the seek ant prices of atanv leed.nj- Inmi. . -
25 e.vJeybbl higher The demand fiom the trade
is eo-d ami npp iss ooatlnce to be taken . anas
rtoeived The al have been at i 2-6 01 fjr
f-fnSS "j- 5 & f" couuaoa extras .
I. ;osm 50for Uilwutee and Minnesota extras;
Inoludinicholcs bakers' brands Iu Hhtto US
iS3,l,b?!ili,, HorOhIo Indiana
and Miohif an . ti aitrio ij rur lUmole. aad ,9
I l . for bt LouU Tne stock of Ml kinds of choice
rl"aI " V 'A" ra Mm) h" "tea in mc4er
ate d-mand at 3 5m &i. Kj e Piour has been sAd
In (mall lets at 13 013 JO fc lb
, 'i,R-v'-The market fr Cum Is Urns, with very
Muejrljii, u hi-ber prlc-s are aaU jtpated and
L't1.' xk, 13 tl'Tatortahildfcr ex
wortu Bseiand The aalee have bwa atTleTae
for Witt.ru jollow, and CSSTOc for Western mixed
Oatnare la steady demand. and r-nmo white are
joarc. and ranted Tae sale, have keen at 3856c
for new, and uai e Tor old, as to quality In live
the la ta have been in an.aU lota ai 85a90e 1 bash
K3S24 Is? tonl lalmtnt ,nd "ddliaa-s sales at
i'iI;''lI0?3-p?r,L firm- idy demand
from the IraOA and th. market is almost entirely
bare ot mess The sale, have beea at ill 23eu OU
b.r prime, IMri3iofjr moj aad tirei9 for
c e.r and t jtra clear, aa to qulity la lletf the
"'""t" ?eo 'oei l fw mes. and extra maw!
andS.iai.rwCuaUy l.m u Un ta fc
macd, with aalea at 5 iioe f.r cm- aad Wes;eia In
nJd'fRiiS1 f 'ta renJ"d In Smoked
Uwnt Ihe tales have been at Hi 5o t mfer cilr
j.wtstem dry dre-solhogtreseuinj at 7C71
,e'P'. of butter bar. been
P!MJ llW " T,rr blue choice quantity, and
this deeerl.lJon U searee and wanted at full Vricea.
Tbeaa.e.or eoodand choice Mew.Torkaod Vermont
have been at:S.So. and faeey lets at hlnber
pricet . and ownraon and fair from Idi6cyts. The
lower tdea are dull and d Uealt to sell Cheeie
remains withoat ehacie and has beea in steady de-
i '"t" from 43 ' ' . and
rroin 11 713c for common an ! prima dairies. White
Mass ar. lower. New are coming forard more
rreely aad holders are db-ol to realia. bales ot
extrates at J50j7.,, aod gjod aal choice me
dlums at ti . J V taeh. Volluw ci es have beea
lJintati50 aad red kidney, at SKo J- buih.
Potatoes are In fair demand ard have bean i it
"4 Ma abr Jackson
hbltua. Sweet Putatces ranga from tlttt i-bbl.
"'3J3""'r- Hsiareflrai and Lave adianceri
to iTe i Vdoz. Applea aie plenty and have beta
lDfdjt Jla50Vbbt,.sl0 qiahty.
WOJL. there has teen considerable doing In
domeetic.lwtprCMarero. aad remalniwlthout im-"fi1"-
J?ftarers have purelusi sme
ooO.il to Km. atd the sales include ITijxai Iks and Ohio
flMtM M iaowtirgXX
i-i21 "".Oioaillkrhliu X and Sledlumat
ffS,f5J,: ."""""i'1" nnwa,hedllteeeett26ei2io.
lto,t 0J t delaine and combing at T2 tt 7ie , 'and tub
Z??iSi?l''!!t'- Pallwl w1 h" been in fair
demand at l O 6-e for super acd X. and 2 wo Iss
u,'ta 'elaltr.1 0 r.f-a coMUeraMeaellms
Hear Votk Jtntiej unit Stork Mnrket.
Kxw roasr, fiej t S
Jtf&t" a" " "
brnllLiNtJ KXCIIAN8E dull at 107ti07 for
prime alx y days, and IOi-4li-I 'o.-s i
GOLD Briner, owning at lu acd lelltagd wa
tolUs, dotuii at ll-"(in, Loat, troui 2p,r
,;JPr?r5l'!' to 1 -""''rule, C:.ar(n-s jSs,.
"ih ,TAi,u,', trai''rer diakursvd 3,U1.
liUaUlNUKNTt qiiet and a fraction lower
ilil"nniEat tw.tded ti,"V) at in sv,-ii)ua
tsTATE DOND3 dul. ani steady.
Tbesituatloalntb.sKwk txehange was less ex
f . 'n!n ."' bat more n-e.ting in the general
.Sal""'; "'Si"1" '"r t,io iei"Ss"
and est le.ular. Tha exiiemo d Sirence bttwien
e.ah and regu'a- was one per cett,. aad the-e was a
Urge rmiunl cfiu-ck born.wt fn a tliU rate down
to Ait. ilurios the arternov,n tbe dia"o:enee be
tween evh and regular ws sllaht. At eno tlmo
cash Krle was Irani aa i to I below the price ia Ihe
regular way, Ttoinoa oicitlng tv.nt oftLodar
was tt-e ilse iu Panama aad rsc-ec Stall. Ihe former
sdracelcgj1, per cent, acd tbe lattiri',. The
upward movement was basol cn the rurnora spoken
M yjiterday. Kew Jeraey Central aad Delas.o t
h'la.dNi,"'1 . "T e"t catheraptnr.
belntea tie tjo coaipaolet, oa a dividend question.
Iheea-lydealinga ia tho ihitea not uientloced
f f""!? nra narlet and a general advance,
bat In tho altirnooa the entire tut coxmecced to
Z'S. Jf t'S ,vn"J '""Oi. la the downward
movtmett Krio and racaaa were the moat cen-l-iououi,
the lo-raer declining .i, aad the latter 4
per cent, northwestern ptcterrea was paiticularly
wiak and declined J' and TadSc Mill (ell itT2
per oent. Late In tho aftemooa there was a recov
ery In the general list or I to 1 per cent- Panama
recovered In Northwestern preferred it U esU
lI,',t?t?V5,t'uLcaJ't,lrM ""eaold. The m i
Jot eteeJ dull and wealr. The governing ommll
tee cf the stoen exchange has decided that membera
whose atoek Is sold out under ths rule fornondo-
,TiI?iSB'1"!wlie?,,ieslN' or " tooelivercr
piy dloereuses shall le mn-i.t . n- i. i
fi?ihtia'1'L,II:'n CCCTlcaoa T eapuUloaundera
. u o. coup....iii iio. ISC7 reg Jaly 1131
I-a coup. o k. ill) Do. IS63 rejjaly iij!
iBun ui v 1111 1 u.s. new te iim
S20eoup'6S old. liuiio-to eoup Irri
new lijj (Cuneaoy e's 112J
i'oi. i aiaojca U6 1 Chic. 4 :,'.w..
C'onsolidited Coal Co.42
TV. L'aioa To' Co (V(
Eo pref. 54
raciBo Mall 7 I
Eostoa Water P 43
Adaou' liiprees 92
Bells. Fgo 4 U0....SJ
Am. Sin. hip 70
L'ottoitJtatfts Kxp. .7M
NT Cent 41IlUt.lt. 93
Vo pref. 49
ilarlera j dir H2
Do pref lit tlv.... 115
Kit. Coat. Ei,air..n;
t-'nloa Paclllo stoct.3
Klsh. Southern...... 871
III. Cut 123
Clere. Pitts RSI
Teaa 6s ex-coup 7-1
Tenu. 6's, new.....H
Mo. 6s &l
if. c. cs..... a
C. C C ....
N J. Central ici
cnicagoA li I Hoi
Mil. AStTaul mi
Do p.-efd 72
Fort Wayne Ex dir 91
A.a t. n a,
Do. pref. 40
Chicago A A ...ill
Do. pref. 11a
Ohio A Mississippi.. 4
uartra Erie ci
..ac .j -
Chic.B A lJalacy..I32
ot- Joseph. .........
- -1 iactuo lpo
Laloa Faclne.. td
Laad bracts pot
"lew VjvV Katkil,
tlsw Toaa. esot 23.
ik,. r. tmi, ?c,u M3U Ioer, sa is 9.ta
I tl' 1 Kil- R I J .n. I 1 .... 1
- in j ivuui, uucp uniO 7 3U7
'i western i5 I5t9 73: Southern J Titan m.
ifLns, m ?' qnlel Kl uucoanged 1 siles
:hela steamer tntviwl tvt... - i-i-
SS'JL ?'i1s: Oats heavy and shade easier: sales
39,sl bushels : ohiotiaic, KtaUrn 47Sj4ii.
PROVISIONS? Pork nnl.t m l
It 5043131(1. Lard!o. Puii.r iii.; Ci..'
Will KEY shale Una sr at 9il.
RICE qu'.ltat 8I4J0I.
KCOAKfirmi )Iueovado 8r 9 , re&nln FXe79J
COFFEE aimer at 1619171. "uu--
HOSIN stetyat4 33.
J.ETl"iy:.ul1 1le,l nnle 11 1 reBneJ 2)1.
TAL OW lower at 8iiS9l.
FREIOIITJ to Lire nrol ..II.. ..4 e.r... .
Hour terateam mere active snd firmer 1 grain per
Steam HSlti pertatl, corn KM.
Krai P,-. r- T- , v. . tt-vi . . 1-. . 1. ..
1 T , . . - .UlkO OUT,. Vrllllirr,UUa.
ft Church, In this dty, Rar. Oca. B. Baffird offlelit
i?5" ? Wednesday morala-, eept, 23th. Darlal
Svr",,-;?? oopnia u., daughter cf BamualJI
l.ffw-Ji;CI?'"''h,lll Inst, at Colches
ter Lsatrs, by Rev. R. Ntt, Pastor Baptist Church,
.''vPh Smith, of Coichsiter, to Mrs. ImUy
&EEKf. Karw-va It- - -i v v
JSftSHi ttSa.i? ti.' K.v'ntmll.of
kMHVTrf.Tr.1 TSmrV At the reaidence ef tho
nn J.'i':" MaWea. Mass.. Charles
v. ........ j, i., to U. AE-lr Kith!ir:r!
'.'"iMr-DcLLaHAir.-In Et. Man's Cathed-
v5ru.?!nc.EeBJ:;9,1 bTttL Very iter. Ttcs.
DaUahau7both7ftWcltr ' "
Til. ''SiSTr""-ln Charlotte, Sopt. nth. by
R- Kio cf Chariot-e. ' " tMrI"
DOUOLASS Tn Tr;i.V,Ts C . oui.
FUebaN, Dcnslisj, a-M 3 month?.
autMUA. nsvrrxa. airsa ss roan tvna montia!
iir1111 fchelburo, Sept. 13th, Jeirio Mttria,
i, sIaTUUhMEco. Florida, Eert 13th, John
ed 7 mcnttis.
WrLLrR Tri Pavwl.tfiv r 1 i r,
. .ua ) MX 3.
phCI?0UlIscItir':ert ZM Mri.AImlraiV
'F5?XTaE E-CLOaCRE cr ths RitKriber. in
Sith hlVl' "i e;1.iy,tpt- :ad "Sht bay Colt,
.. - - - Uu ,,,,, j'l tmr iu loreeeai. Any
lfnTT?ffK!liir""s,,Jh: rthe itai
f.p'.o-dj.iw.t A- J- B0MUTT-
Oil. J. P. BRVAJT,
Or 32j Wijt 3lrn StRtar, Saw Tins.
tMufZE.'&a ""?' "tr.oIitr ; Jlempbrema-og
House, hawport ; Wolden lloun, St. Albans,
, rwBEea praettee, at tho
VAS NE83 BOCSE, BDHUX3T0.V, VT.
and will remain uatil Oct;bar I h.
Chronic nicasc CnieJ with
NO SUR8ICAL OPERATIONS PERPEJIED !
uui mtie time is rpiuirea rjt nvetera'e eaes of
Sis, Deafness Ipliepsy, acd Censamtttcc
mw.auv cumoiuicQIO iftteae. evrn
cepuon 11 a so made or Erolen Bores. Dlahwatloe..
u (.urvatcret cr the Spice sal inppuratod Tu
mora Even tLcsa will be muh K--nr,-H .1
-tt..i r, .1. .... -.1" " .".V- "r
- - - -- 1 - - i.u awuicLuuci inity eureu
Diswes which aremoreceriaincfbetugesred with
a rew operations, are Weak fcpine, Interaal U!etr.
Ufa vf o.o, Dsfal Liver. Kutaeva. Heart
tailing ot the V7omb, WeakneMcf the Uuihe. Drs
ptpt, Rheaiattsa, hioc-hitis. Diabttes, .rvor,s
Deoiliti-, elo. ,
eo manr thousand, urn itmHv .,nt.i.j .v
this method tt treatment, as praauced by meat
Mcntpelier. Burliarton, Newport and St. Alrtine.
natertowa, Lnoperstova B n-hamton. rochoRer
.... u.y, .i. 1 j as i.T,iruit mien ; siitniueF,
W . nn.1 t V.lnmA III r- i 1 , .
pla, Washiagtoa Territory, thstltseimausamau
ry to Sly more, than that by It the vital form
TOwi.wii.ri . buu wnas teeats more wrnderf.1
iLtbatdiaeues heretufure eoasidered incurable -like
Sa'ling or the Worab, Cvanan Tnraars. Ueak f p-ne
aad Fever Seres ore oJteaquiari cur-d.
Jor the ti'.Ufanloa of Invalids 1 give ihe names cf
nuu ua.s uvu uaicu, lor leicreDOe.
SII3S KM3IA ALEXANDER, JIoatpeKer, u . a
complete loss of vo.ee, uoable to speak a load word
for 13 months. Perfectly restored.
M1S3 JOSEPHINE CLARK, Montpelier. Vt
Prolapiui I tetl. or yalllns ol the WtmbTand epinal
Affectloa ; unable to rMi aloce for Iwo 1 eais
Perfcc-ly cured. jw.
rVK- Wu 1LilID??CT- K"fe'-i. Vt, Faralyals
of lower limb., unable to walk fur three rat nthi, is
now as well ai ever.
.llliJ atAKY J. DAVIS, North Dnibury. Vt kil
years an invalid , bedridden most ef the time fir 17
years . Dylpepra, bpinal Irritation and female
r'ta?-"w8K!P1tr I)"lai1 proatratlon.
SllffJ C.LLEN EASlSiAN. South Walden, Vt.
ehrotls JcflammalleB of the kre jjots. cartilage
tadly thickened, effusion of synovUl flaW and par
tial paralys-s-uaabte to wall without err. Ultra fcr
two years Perfectly cured. "awoet R-r
UltJ. W. W. RLJIHILL, NorthBeM, Vt, ecal
weakceaa, spinal aid female weakness, severe eon
Itipatlon o! bowels aad bad cough. ""
S"1.1-A T- GALt"' "Mt Hilton, Vt. dispone;!,
spinal d.Boulty, lemale dullculty, (reulrersiooi
and OLiapleto nervous prostration.
JItaS A.NNETTA BR VAN r. Coleketter. Vt
female and spinal diieeaity, with sever, rcascnlar
"P.''M?"-to Wilt Perfectly eared.
3IRJ.R it. MEAIts. Mlltra.Vt.Uiiridd7nti.re.
yeais. rrolapsus uttn, sciat'ea, tMrt disne. Made
tj walk at once
J.IR3.V.C'NTmA IIOMPHRBT. East nijh
r'i,V" p,ro!?F8' inlu'ceratioa of Uowomb
Unable la walx tor Sre monms.
TElt.MS FOIl TRKATSIB.M
Alwais reasonable, according to the means of tho
The ealebratMl tonle ."-r.l-n. "tvi-.i ... i v , -
at Dr. Kryant's .See, or ol Geo. T. Foater. proir.e
tor Union House, as. ntpslier, cr cf A M. Pian
draxgt,lit Albaca, Vt '
Sept 17 dlwtf
JOaT. On Btt. laja, in the eity, or c n tha Ste'.
J bora rosd-aladv's Gold KnemMltit pn t,h
the letter Din the ceitre. The BiJer wiU be re.
wirdeby ieavinglt at this cBee. top- .u-wit
T HEKEASjny wue,Abby II. Stevens. Laving de
VT Sertedmv bel aad board wlthnnt m
f rovoeatlon. 1 do herety peoiiiMt all tenon tar
boring or truittng her oa my account, as I shall pis
w. .11 wniiKuag 1 itr tnis a iti
Essex, Vt, E.pt am, 1 J7i-w3t
KORT1 COWS FOIt SALE.
rpnERh wUl heroM at TCbLIC AtCTION. a: tho
X Old ll&Bt Film ARM Ulla nmth . f V...-
Junction, Forly Eupirlerllilea Cms, oa Wednea
dsy, October 2d, 1872, at 1 o'clock p m.
Tersss Caih, or Approved Pare.-.
II- tt. BALLARD.
Sopt. 2J, l?72-iidllw
VALUABLE t'AR.II FOIi SALE.
OITCATED IN SlIFLTtnRN- V.T 1. IV C,l...l
kj A i'urllngtoa R. R.. eoavea'ent to the Village,
I ost OSSee, Depot rhurch. Ac. snd only mil.) from
Lu'llngtoa. Conuloj about 1 lo acres best tillable
land, which will easily keep a lUek equlvileat to
23 cows and a team, winter ant soauuer. uo wi biuie,
two stories, eourenlectiy planned, and will aoeoui
mcdate a large laxity : parlor, Httng rooji. dining
room, klu-bea. 2 bedrooms, hail, pantries, e , oa
tint floor, and ajmanv ronmt ,knT lt.nMM.lw
tullt at a cost . ovarii.!)-, 14ti x 40 with an L 30
x hp, nnieceu cu with sll the raodera improvtmenta.
Inc'ndiag ruacleg water t rouzhcut. Also sheds
lee boost aal other ecnvemeBce iits a largo
apple crehard, inciudlcg 31 ttancard vsrlettw.
which thouth it isnotyetmuymaturedhetjieUed
over 0 bbls. fn one season. Also a great variety
of pears, plemi, grapes. Ac Largo firat arowtn
sugar grove with sugar house, laaf. Ae. Flanly ot
hard wood. The larm will produce mere than
sul&clent to net a large per eectage cn its c es. er
farther particulars aad more complete datcrlptl jn,
apply to, or addreer, it. F. VAN VLIhT.
cepi le-u-taoxwlia Shelburn, Vt.
OOOII I.VstRJXCS AOK.STS
TN BTJRLINOTON end tvy toan if Venuoot,
W to renrfsett tb ilLOMR SITTTntr. I its 1
bORANCB COUPANY, tf New Yort'
FUEL. 1IOUD2-, Ceniral Aaent.
. et Albaae, Vt.
TUE aP.aUBiT rSKMlDK CHR0MO3 BVER
THE C1T1ZE.V AXB ROf.VIl TAI1LK.
$20 00 for tXM with the best Stery, Toclil aad
Literary paper glvea in.
Two splendid Drtlniem t?hrAmna ,tmkI ...Ii
to every subscriber.
SO. 1.-1.AUXCII OP TIIELIKE-nOAT.
Ml. I1.-RETDR.V PROM TIIK
Siaes I7x 31
rOJRF. BRfS., ABENT3 FOR VBsUIONT.
Farcp:. at Store. 99 Cellege St, Eurltataen, VL
OOOII XCWS OI-' GREAT JOT.
Having just re'.urced frtra New Terk and Bos
ton, we are now opening acl are sreparcJ to
show the public the moat extensive assertrcent ef
Fall acd Winter Goods for MEN AND COTS
WEAR evtr seen In thit State.
Our Custom Depntment Is farttailtrtj attractive
this season, laving leltcted with Jrest care, th.
choicest Fabrics la Trench, Ergllah, Cinnaa ant
JTetrflieaaerie leotnjin saysUrr ((Wiilmfet
i flu eify, which w. cut and makeup to ordir la a
style aot to he excelled.
Our Cutter having seen service la Loadca and
New York, with our oen experience ef twenty years
ia the business, wo ra ctture the jmtfic that we will
turn out ntnt hat ths the very seal wor. ind we em-
plo no second class workmen.
Our itoek of READY MADE CLOTH ING ef ur
owa manufacture, caaaot bs eurpassed. ths large.t
stock ia the CUta, good wtrk. aoMy styles anl low
Cur RAT aad CAP Department Is complete-
soae oftheaewest Brodway it) let cot to be seea
The "Dunlap" Silk Uat'the lest In Ihe country.
Our Gents' Farnlfhlng Department stands anscr
passed In aoviltles, elegaceo, s'jlsand aUlity.
A foil lias cf Alexaadres Kid Slaves la all shades.
Ladles and Genta' Trunl s and Travslllag Bags
Umbrellas In new designs.
Boys' aal Children's Clothln: la great variety,
all of which we effer el the toitttt possible prices.
Call tefore purchasing, at
B. TURK A BRO.
8ept 17, !87J dlwtf
rpROT BUSINESS COLLEGE. EarisxiaBira lSCg.
X litcoaroBATm 137L Offers the accumubted
facllltica of 14 years ancceaefnl oneratton f.ir the
practical education of young men. Individual in
struction and personal attention given each atudent
by experienced teachers. Expenses for board and tat
tlon moderate and advantages for study and bur-Ires
training uaeq Balled. Address for Collide Journal.
JNO. It KAUNELL, lltOY. K. V
JOIIX KEVSF.R'S ESTATE.
TC. TUB snESCRIBIOtit. having been ap
I r pointed by th. IJonorablo th. Probate Court
ror the District of Chittenden, Commlasloners to
reeelT.. examlco and adjust tha claims and demands
or all persons, against tho estate cf John Keyser, lat.
0f,u,1,,"i"Sh. lasaldDL"trlet,decoajed, and also
all claims and demands exhibited la offset thereto i
f 1 "f.'cocths from tho day of th. dat. hereiT,
i!.'faV'J'T Curt f-r that purpose, we do
theretbre hereby give notice, that we will attend to
the bustneai ol cur appointment, at the dwellia-tfA-
W. BUI, la illnesbnrgh. ia said DistrieC
. wfdcIays cf October and March
n SS5 !!, "''- M eachef said days.
Dato-i thlspi day of September, A. D. lafi
R- tf. JlIMAtlD, 1 ,,
ASD3K-7 CURRY, coa-n-i-tloaers.
TS,P'.i)i-tl,f-t Cour ' cf " Sites, for the
tV ''rtctof Xcrmoat, la the raaltsr tf Patrlox
iiealV. Bankrupt ill Uinlrrnntv. T it,.MW;...
ea'd Bankrupt, and all ethers whom It maycoa
eern: tho undersigned Asaigaeo cf th. estate of
aalt rankrupt hereby gives notice that It has been
ordered by tho D .strict Court of said district that
the leeocd anl third general meeting ortheeredl.
ten or said Bankrapt will be held at Burllagtcr,
thlUeadeuCcuaty.oa th. 16th day cf October, A.
A. lw,uto o'clock a. ra. at th. office ofL.L.
tawrer.ee. Iteutar. fn, ,s. 1 1 .v
S'hMj sections of tho Eaalrnpt act of
, T. . n-i Lui, :a is j 10 give noue. mat
I have Bled my anal aeooant as Assignee of said
SaiJ!F,,J- ' Um" place I. hall
apply to tall conrt rnr tti.n..- - r 1 .1 - -
SSH1"!1-1 """-"irgo from all liability as As-"5f.1t'l--
"u- ln aeojldacc. with slid 23th
Mtedat Imlcrblii this 2JJ day of Beplemher,
a v. liiioiriiiiny,
K.VFES IHtII01"S ESTATE.
tha District f Chittenden, Cotamtsaloaers to re
eeivo, exaraiae and a.ijuat the claims and demands
crau perms, agalcs: th. esuto of Rurus Blahop.
ii! .. J11". m said IHatrlet, deceased, and
also all claims acd demand! exhibttel iacftiet
thereto; aad 0 months frera tho day of the date
hereof, being ajowed hy said CVurt for that pur
pf?' . therefore hereby givo noUce, that w
will attend to tha bsiine. nr ,i.,hii...i .
h'SJKMeBef Daaiel Bishop, la said Jericho, in
. '"atr?" w th.seaord Tuesdays of November
and alsreh next, at 111 A.iA-t - m . - .
salt days. '
aiaii una ua any orseptemter A. D ti-j
B. B. FAY.
EDWIN v. maw j Ccmmiaslraeca
THOMAS 11UR.W usTATK-
W l?". 6C!CRIBERS. having been ap-
f.rth. DMrtetot cttteadea: tieTTS
iceaire. cxamlna and tviivitti- tk..i, i.
. u.v vaaatus SLaAU li.Tl 11 til I
f.M K'.?? agalnrt the esuto ,f Thomas Burns,
late if Colohett.', la taU Dislriet deesased. aa-i
al-o all ciaiia. and demands exhibited In i&et
thereto, and 1 rnMUt, f-.. a.- . . .....
hereof, bela- altowei by th. tud Court for the!
W". 5"."'f,e hereby give cctiae. that
. 7h ' t0,,bM'-M f oar appolntaient.
said Duitnet. on th. 1... T..
.'Ctober and Februj-rr R.vt in ,.,.1 w -
on each ef said cai a.
mw ti:n cay cr Ciepleiaber. A D. l-:i
jou.n tv. broSn. ' ,
KDDAR 3 JIilRTON. c-aia..!t:tcrs.
Alii II J. HASELrO.N'S EaTATIl
STATE OF VERMONT. 1 To all Der-ct. n.
MSvaucvoycBiTvKiBrv. ss(c!r?fl i". ?? MLlt
!, n- . . rahJ. liiscton,
la.e ol vlestfiid, in said Lttiiet UMeased.
At a Proh.Lte Cnnrt hnlrf.n . nn.it-tTl?v .
and fortheDijtrict ofChittendrn, onth. Kthday
?tylm "Ti- P- " Instrument partortlcc
to be the last Will and Testament ot Sarai J. ilai.S
Ion. lata if tVulInrri. In -...I M ;.T. . "i
SSff2!S '."k"" I?? afcresaii fjrProbat..'
?. . ir ?n,f,re'1 aatd Court that th. 3th day of
la said T3tlrlingt..n. ba anslg-irt ihr previa- said
lmtrnment; and tliat none taeMcfbegiven toiu
rwrsons concern 5.1, hy publishing thU order three
weeks juceeaaiv.lv in tS. ..i,.. 1 S??
rres, a newspaper printed at aa.,1 Burlinnon.
previous to the tuaa appointed. """miiuii,
Tstairpu, you are hereby notified to atn.r
oeijre taiu Court at the Urn. and place aibrisaiu
atooatest th. probate of said wFlWulSv.
Olvea . ncr tai hand at Burl.agtoalnsiil DL,
trstt, this nth i-ay ol Seitember. A. 1). i-cj
CIRtiE C. IU1s'b,t.ITF..
STATE OF VER iI0:rT, J,,,oa- Troat.
of Chitt.adea :
r-."' H'-P'13 l!:te-tei in the tstit. of Cirg. t'
Day, cfCnderLtl', in slid DUtri t.
WEREAS, irplicat!.-.u in wriHns0halth'I,boen
madetnthu Cnnrt h rK. ... ll- . . 1
to .il the real estate tf sil.l wards
s.unitrth there a that his ward owns aa undl
vldet llfth tart i.r ib.J bomieteid place of about
elgliteen acrts, in said Indortiill, vhereut William
Day lately uied eeizid. mNj.et to fa ri-bt of
fieraeatead ant it r tf the n, t,r said WUlu n
Day therein, acd that it would be rrr the lateret
of aau ward that his hare ia laid premise t acid
for theacmmui rf n,it., ; .. .
tai.atintere.t ' ' "
And thcrefcro the said Court appnintea and as
tTced the 3ulh n.r cr , a i.'Vi-, Ti . Jt
bate Court Rooms, in sii-t' DUtriatllo hearaaJ
deed. nra paid in;..i,.. ',,.... .Tt;
tnUlenoaee thereof be given to all persons inter
eatedtherein, by paMbUag thU orderJ-Jiree weeks
, - !lJ i-iiiu r ie, rresa,aaawa-
paper walen circuiatee in an. riKkn,KA,
ifff? interested therein, all ol which putlieatiots
shUl be previotu to the t'me appoiatei .or hearing
Theretor. ou are herebysaoattd to ajpe beforo
laid Court, at the fcoa. and p ass afuresaid, than acd
there to object ti, the graatiar of such Hen- if
yon see cause.
uiven under my baud, at the Promt. Court
Room-, thiaffid y ifS.ptMn'-er A la.Kr.
."WJW T. E. WALES. JuJge.
ASJG.NEE'. AflTIO.V SALE.
VTTT B H l!Er.K!,Y flIVFN that I will sell at
11 Pnbi'O AucMoa ac the git. 31,11 a-,1 pkki. v...
tory lnuty oecnpi-d by BilnUon & Worth, in
Bamet, In tbe Connty o: Caledonia, no the Jtith day
of Septsniber, A. D. I 7:. a: Its o'o.'oek la the fore
a va. Uuhe highest b'dder forcjsh. all th. personal
TiHfZ helongingtj th.oitit.or
UilMlan Wcrth BikrBi)tt--.iaier as partners or
icdivua-Is. UTcm ROBlNiON,
fSlfceeof Si:31 .13 A Worth. Baakrupts.
i.wp-jrt, tept 3d, AD i5rj Ilw3t
AS!GE1 AllTIO.Y SALl".
VTOriCE 1) BFREBY GIVEN that I will sell at
I'.W-s Auction, at the dwelling bwie of John
Jr' !V2lr':,r- cf Orleans vn Ihe
ildday of t-eptsmler. A .i at ten iclock In
the lot onion, tj the hi -Ueit u. :er. ILreist: all th.
perai nal property anl re.1 cu beloniinj to tbe
eibUeI Jwha Kelly, Ba-srupt
LCCll!. it if INS N.
As-t.'-.s? -). the .-ute cf J .'ic Ke.'ey. BASk-not
Newiort,So. t3i, A L - ll3w
i xra xli rtrpTc v.
T Sr!he,Ii.'";Citi.c",i-''t-- r thD raited tt.ua forth.
A Distrlet of Vemcnt In the muter of Albert
lamp. Bankrupt In Bankruptcy TO th. creditors
of said Bankrupt and ail ethers whom it may out
earn: The unrfersianej, assignee or the estate of
said Baciruot hereby gives notice that it haa beea
eriired by th. trstrlct Court of laid flirtrlc:, tbat
the eeetwl and third general meeting f tte credit
ors ef salt llir.irc; t w 11 be held at riewp.rt,
Orieais C u-ty. fn toe 1st day or Ootf-bcr.A. D.
172, at 10 o'cl ct A. SI., at tbe ofioa ol Ron. John
L. Kd wares. Reg-ter, f r tbe purposes named In tbe
27th aad vui tyeo lot. ef the Bankrupt Act of
March 2d, i-Sj7 . anl thi. iaalso to give zntics that
1 havo S:l my Baal a-eount as assignee of laid
Bankrupt, acd lhai at said time acd place I shall
apply to said Cojrt for a saulement tf my said
aeeouat and for a discharge Iroaa all liability as
a. tigseecfrAi.lt state .a aascrdaace wrh aalj 3th
Dated at Etoirc, this irth day of August, lEi
., A. R. CAMP, AMigaeo
TIIK WHEAT FI8LI1 OP AMERICA.
llcaUhfal liraatc, Free Ilocin, tfood
THE XURTIIERN I'ACIFiC RAIL
ROAII offersfor sale its Lsmda Ira Canlt.l
anil Weatrrn 3Xlmie.elu. eeibra-ing: I. The
best of Wheat Land: 2. Exeelleat Timber for the
3IU1, tie Par in aad tin Fire; 1. Rich Pralrla Pas
turage aad Natural Meadow. Water by clear Lake,
aad running streams ia a Healthful elimato where
Frrer an Aam Is kim.
Ilraln ein heshrpped hens, by laketu market
aaesieaply uTum Eeitem lo.a or Central Ultnol.
Cars L run tbruaah these Lands from Lake
baterior t i-ako-s, l'rlee nf laud close to track
$t to js.oi per aoie: raitber aay il 30 to ILuo.
-even !' irv.lit : Warrant.. Deeds:
Northern Paciaet.SO UduiI. new telling at par,
received tor laud at tl.10. No other untecupied
Lands present tnch advantage, to tettlers.
MiLIIIKHi nndr the Sew Law (Slareh, IST1.')
get 160 acres FREE, ce-r tbe Rai'roal, by tne aad
two yearn' residence.
TRAXM'JHtTATlOX AT REOl'CEII
RATES furniebed at ail principal points East to
pnrehasirs ef Kaiboad Laa-ls, and to Settlers on
Gcverasaent Homesteads. Purchasers, their wife
and children tarrieil free over the Northern Ta
dScrend Now ts the tiro, for fcttlers and Celoci.
to get Railroad Lards end Government IIomKtead
dose to the track.
Sea4 ibr X'atn plilt l rontalaing full Information
map, and etpy ti New Iletaeatead Law. Audits,
LAND DEPARTMENT, NORTHERN PACIFIC
BA1LROAI), ST. PAUL. MINK.
OR S3 FIFT1I AVENUE.
COR. 9th ST., NEW TCRK.
Jure 8 WeatlSatdAsreew, las, ly
MKRt-llA.NTS' XATIOXAI. RANK
St cp o si t Receipts
aretstced by this Dank, payabio rtitmmJ, with
Merest at the folWwing tales :
If net paid within 30 days, 3 per cent per annum.
" s loostke, 5 " " "
(t (I M J ,1 M M
The adrantites cf this system ftr Depoattsar.
that the money Is rente? ntnt.i snd .yase ela
Special attention Is eiDed te the fact that there Is
no less cf interest on these Receipts, no matter
when tha meney Is drawn; th. intereat belog
allowednp l tsodayof ptvment cf tae Receipt
and not betas la thotaapo ot Mifden-tspsyable on
Peposltors ef this ebat can eompcued their Inter
est by preacttlcg tteir Receipts ence ln six months
and taalngcewenes far the accrued Interest or fcr
the priade-al aad Interest, as they may prefer.
C. W. WOODHOCSE, CasUer.
SaiTurday Bull o tin
TUEFENN8TLVANIA PILC11I, aad other To-
ems by vthltuer.
riCSED UP ADRIFT hy the auhor of B. 0. W.C.
CUILD OP TiTB ISLAND GLEN -by El'Jah
STORIES and rOEilS-hy Mother aad Daughter
UNDER TDK CEDAR3-by Alice J. Hatch.
FIFTEEN TEARS OF PRATER, la tho Tallim
otreei 1 rayer eieorrog oy 0. j. riime.
LIFE OF riORACE GREELEY by W. W. Cornell,
TALFS OF THE WARRIOR Jl'DGEJ-by Dr.
KITTY AND LOTTIE BOOKS -by Jeanne H.
THE ADVESTBRE3 OF A BROWNIE by "John
THIRTY YEARS IN THE UAREU-or the Aato-
iiioKrapny 01 Aieica-aiaaura, wire ot oleoamat
Corner Church acd C41ego Sts.