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Who pats map at der pert hotel,
L'nd dake? his oydera on der hi
Und nit der Aioleiiu eats a Khwell
Who tis Id romw indo mine thtore,
Drowf down hu pnndles on der tmt.
Cdd neier vchtope to shut der dore
Wbd dates me py der bandt nnd siy
"Hans Pfeiffer, how you ti io-dav
Cnd goes for peeenis n?hdt aray 1
Who spreads hi nmple? in iw, ,
L'nd dells me, "U, and w
Ind uri. 1 cts 'Mer bottom price
Who says der tmr W J.l
Vrom Sharmmy. ubon r ,
t'nd sbeats me dei. dimef oix&t of nine
Who dells bow fbeap b""''I-t'
lliub less as rat I seuld ";L,
Hot lets dem p. as be ras saen
Who rarraMs all der -acts to rait
Her ratomora ubon h" male. ,
Who romes aroundt ven I been eudt,.
llrlaksoep mint bier, and eels mine anal,
t'nd ii Katrlna to der moat '
Wan. Ten a otw n:nia di ray,
Vil' bear v-aFleiffer Has to say.
Und mil a black ere IM away
L. '. J laBeelen ,WneJ.
tot rniLAiiOJ-ni ixintestiox or lf."3.
In the Mninp. we repaired U. tlie Adelphi
liui'ding on Filth street, below Aalnut.
which had lra wirnl for oar use. Sixty
ta o delegate- were found to he in aUen tanec
Ileriah (ireenoftheneida (X. V.) institute
wa-cbis-ni president. a fresh-faced, ndj-baired,iathereomion-ltinpiimn.
had the reputation of an aide and eloquent
-water. He had already made hiawlf
known to u- a- a re-,l,ii.- and elf-afrifcrinj:
alolitionist. Lewi' Tapj.ni and myself t.iok
our plaer at hi- si.l.- a- -n-unes. .m the
elevation at tlie we-t end of tin- hail. I
inp oer the awK-aaWj . I n.ili--J that it a
maiah i-.mir-.sil o( imi)sirat'velY jounc
men. oroe in middle a-re. and a tew le-vimd
tru: period. TVy were nearly all plainly
dres-nl aitli a new In eolsoon
. l. reiM-e. Mam ol tlie laee- Itimwl t..wan!
in, wore a l.iok uTexprvtaney and siipim-ss
ed enthusiasm . all liad the earnest ne- whieh
Wight lie eipeoed of men en-a;ed in an en
tentrise Iwsrt with diffieullr and wrlrnp
with peril. Tts- line. inteJlcvtual head of
.arri-m. prematureiy laid, wa- eonspi uou-.
tlie sunny-taeed vounjr man at hi' side, m
whom all die la-atituds seemed to find ex -pressiiai.
wa- Samuel J Slay, niin-lm-r in
hitveiastbeliestUoHl ol the N-wall- and
yuineTs ; a man so exceptionally pun and
lai-pe-healled. so venial, tender and loiini.
that lie e.iuld lie faitlilui ti' truth and duty
without making an enemy.
"Thode'il wad look int. his lie
ADd f weaT be eouldau wraou 111
That tall. ;annt, swarthy man, ereet. ea?l
faeed. upiu who-e somewhat martial tigure
tlie Quaker coat -eemed a little out of place,
wa- Undlev t'.Bt-. knoa in all eastern
1'ennsxlianuiasa stem enemy o! slaieiy .
that sl"iht. eaper man. entensely alive in
eniy fentur- and 5e.tun-.wa- Thoma.. Ship
lev, win. for thirty vcar- had licen the pr.
teetur ol tlie free colored people ot Philadel
phia, aud whose name was wispered rcver--ntlv
in thedaie-cabin-of Maryland a-the
lrieiid ol the black man. one ol a cla. pe
culiar to old Quakerism, who in do'in- what
thev fell to tie duty, and walking a- the Liht
within puided them, knew no fear and
shrank (mm no -acri6ce. Ilrarer men the
world hi. not known. Iteside him. differ
ine in creed, but united with him in works
of lou-and charity, sat Thcmas 'Whitson of
the llieksite school of Friend-. Ires-h from
hi. fanu in Iaweaster county, dressed in
ptainest homes-pun, hi? tall form sormujnted
by a shock of unkempt hair, the odd obli
quity of hi. vision contrastin- strongly with
the clcarne. and directness of his si.iritual
m-iht aiiur AVright, the youn- rrofessor
of a w e-tern college, who had lot hi- place
by hi. 'old adrocacr of freedom, with a look
oi'.harp concentration in keeping with an
intelif t Kcei ..-:i iKiui..- t-l-.b.
watcbe 1 the priK-eed.rg. t:.- 'Ul in- .pe-taeies-
tpenui,: in-111 -t. "i ' t .jK-ak u.'
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Ce Win- Hal prrvlou-' rii imt d Halt Mleli
pillar- of the Methodist and liapti-t chun-hes
could In- nothing l-s- than auarc in their
dealing-. The busines- ol the l'c.iplc'
Lane" wa. rapidly incn-a-in-i on the Ilud-4111.
ai d it- obi lit-,"l tica and North Amcriea.
were getting a little old. a- tin Tr.-v line
wer getting out the Kuipm- and swallow,
two rapid and manit'uvnt boat-. Si lin-w
and Newton e-nut-ived the idea el gctini;
ssUic ol the Allianv and other pp-tla-riier
luercliant- In unite with them ami take -tKk
eoouglit to enable the company to build tw .
uiaguihcent new .teami-r- 11 -how nig the
in-ht. realm-d by the old Ural-, whieh were
enormous, lor tho-v day-, tiny lulu little
diflieultv 111 getting ijuitt a nuuilicr of ten-t'l-iusaiid-dollur
men. with Tom N-huyler at
taeir head Two floating palaci- wen- put
1 11 the river the next spring, and ran cniwded
all tlie se.is.ui The business was immense
Tin-licH .t.K-khoider. were in high glee.
Tin- new Uavt. had n-imbursed in a .ingle
-ca.-on. Tin- prai-c. of tlie skiliul manage-im-nt
of lrc and Newton were of the mo-t
laudatorv character. The annual meeting
wa. lieid. and the report ol the manager, wa.
most gratifying. A very large cash dividend
was cxja-etiil. Tinaliv a new stock-holder
moi.-il that the profit- lie divided. Uncle
liatnel objtvted that -uch a proceeding would
tie higlih nnprujier antecedent to the taking
of an account ol the stock on hand, and he
moved that in order to ascertain the cash
value of the company"- lioat- they should lie
ut up at auction to the highest bidder,
terra, cash. The -small fry objected to thi.
as unneceyiry. The company wanted the
1-oat. to u-e the next season. There was no
use in selling. Hut as Ilrew and Newton
heW the majority or the stock. Mr. Drew's
motion earned Tlie new boats were put up
first, and Drew bid in one at his own price,
and Newton the other. Tbey were the only
parties pre-cnt who could conunand the cash
requi.it to make the purchase Having the
cu.tody of all the company, money, they
were able to ldank down the amount of tbeir
bid.. The whole projty of the eumjtiisv
sold at nominal price., these shark, taking
what wa. desirable and letting the balance
g- to outsider. When the sale was over,
trie 7 tool wa found to realize onlv just
enough to jriv the company, bilk." Drew
and Newton being the largest creditors, next
to the contractors who built the new boau
and engine.. There wa. much tall swearing
in tbo-e days, and tearing of hair and stam
ing of feet, and gna.hing of teeth and vow.
f vengeance but there wen- no dividead..
and the aflairs of that company were closed.
Schuyler attempted vengeance by building
the liip Van 1 inkle, a gay and swift little
steamer, which lie ran in oppo-itinn to
Drew- and Newton as long a. he lived. Hut
the -'People's Line" pni.pered from necessi
ty. Tlie western railways, then fast ojiing
and extending, were admirable feeder-, and
all the boat lound ample employment. Tbc
little folks liad their eyes o.cned, and would
never have any more slock o-ratioiw with
'Lnde Daniel." Tbc latter onlv chuckled
over bLS good fortune, and went alawt con
cocting new schemes. This was thirty Tears
ago, and most r hi- riier mmpren. 'liare
passed away . but 1 las graduated rroni
steamboating into railroading, in which be is
now well up in the MT,ior ca jt -and
tuck" whether he or Va.Klerl.ilt will
take the valedictory honors.
Clieioil WEatMi- Tin- is not tl e
ly country vvh.cl. isdi-ra-e.1 w.ih ehurch
A """Tt Vf tiK Church r
England the Lev Join. Jl .,1. has recently
been tried and 1 cwuvirted r an offenTrii f!
ed "the soliciting of the chastity r f '
female nerrants in his employ." Ind al-o or
perjury for denying the offenee niion oath
or ail of thi. the Wn has nteVeed ht
to audpension from his office for three
years, subject to reinstatement by h nroT
cszmE a emifisate of good character rigned
by three clergymen.
Some enthusiastic reformer down in Maine,
who is dissatisfied with the semi-monartic
character or our American cellezcs, starts a
decidedly norelidea. It is that of a "stcam
Bliip college." He would lit np a first-class
steamer with all tlie appliances necessary to
make it an in.titution oricarninp, and would
take on board as many pupil, as it would
accomodate, and set out fir some distant
land. Each trip would constitute a term,
and there would lie four trip, a year, each to
a new part of the world. Actual observa
tion, as-istcd and puided by looks and com
petent instructors, would constitute the
prindpal part or the curriculum of this float
Ins i-tnool, and the latest development, or
science, and the lar.juaps, history and ac
tual condition of the countries yisitcd would
lie the main oljects of study.
Parties who wi-h to lie accommodated in
the Massachusetts State l'ri-on would do
t t a . flierearc but six
teen nnoccupied cells now at the disposal of
The following advertisement appeared in a
recent number of the Philadelphia ierfyer :
WA.MB1I-10 trade a -rami ioj""
cemetery for a piano : 227 North Cth street.
A relijrions paper say. that the only wage,
not reduced in panic times are tho-ofsin.
A Yorkshire c..' rc-ciyed lier last lasting
in thi. manner
"I'ntlcnwatli tlm rmtt
Li- tht- DiiiuMerin: dart
lir EleaiK-r BateuT slii'veti.
Vt4! ivrwtl in tbc art
Ot ine. eoffUrdf ami tarta.
AikI Hit- lu.-Tli.- trade ..r tlie ven
tiae made Iter laid lmff.
All oou br tlutti be.
Aud maat- her dirt lie.
In bue that ber crust may lie ranssl
The Tr.iv H'A'J infrinje. on the patent of
the Phiudi Iphia Itigir. and says
r.r n i-ut tlie prajH- and toll tlie knell .
M,. . .lt-.Hl a low-l) liekiMirl lielle
llr -limiaf li la.li.l awai lit i-l
U tit I- nell -v-l-r- vn a -
An nl.l miiiisU-r 0111 (
i.hhmcr t.. take -uufl
diiritijj the -eniuiii. t"
.lider n-M-ted that hi
m-omni'-nded a iar
t.. keep biin awake
whieb tin ..Id lock
hid U tter put the
siinfi in tin s4 rin n.
t Le . Sl . ui ' nii'"' evening,
al-ut two dnii-n younp men ol the town
save n tn.K-k serenade to a c-niny who had
rci-cnt'iv "W "r aw' retnrned with
a wile" ll.irn-. tin-pan-and other uncouth
iii.tnitiieiiis made hall an hour ol tlie nijriit
hiJeou- and tlie enwd were rewanh-d by an
iiiviution t" walk in and rcfre-h the inner
man Tin host wa. constrained to apolo
gize lor the JMilcity of tlie ihecr he had to
offer -it wa. only lemonade. In that pleas
ant lieu-ra-rc tin-" health of the liappy couple
wa-drank, and tbc scn-nadets took their
leave Then- was a eiuel and a sjieedily
nceiirrinj; one, and the whole party, under
the influence of the ipecac which had diffused
it-ell in the .iinplc refection of the cvcnili!:.
liad an idea d how th.-c feci who on the
va..iy deep nonsicn to Neptune that whieh
The nciplc of that remarkable colony on
Pitcairii". l-lacd in the Pacific, the descendant-
of thi mutineer-of the liounty. now
numlicrinj; T'l arc very destitute, and aiil
has been .cnt to them fmm ban Franci-cn.
( ur readers may rememlier that some
week, since we puiilished an extract from a
letter to an English paper, by an English
visitor to thi country, narrating his conver
sation with a Cambridge horse-car conduc
tor, who proved to be one of the students of
Harvard College, employing lit- vacation
thus in remunerative laW. The corres
pondent expres-ed the opinion that such a
case would be known in England, and we
added the opinion that it wa.. an honor to
America. Ve fjund nearly such another
case the other day. on another of the Cam
bridge hur-e car-", only in thi., the conduc
tor wa- a member of one of the professional
schoub-. and -erved as ' extra " at evenings
and on Sunday., earning money in thi- way
toward, hi- "support while continuing his
.tudie- We are sorry that any young man
so situated .hould think it newssary for him
i" labir on banday. but we honor the pluck
ilia- .t-ted. and have no doubt that the sc-
r- 1 1-: - if our American colleges would
tan.- ...1 t,-..!red in-tance-. Vimgrtga-
-t'-ig features of the
I.xli.iiirion will be a
-it ituarv writers of
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1 li- i ilml ocfon'
eame at th:
late hour to
tl an erring
1 - ..11 apKal 1 .1 tli- panl
-on. who had l.-en c-ntintl i
tiarv lor -s-icn year., and who had
mon-to stay -'liatis the name ol your
son-'" asked the tr-.verntir The old man
gan it li-ivernor Nou-then , without mak
ing In j. any definite n-ply. n questi-d him to
.tep into hi. private room and wait till he
was at leisure. Thi laet wa .. the panlon
liad letn graiitisi earlv tliat miirning. and
the oid man-daughter had a'tfeady gone t-i
carry the jiardon to her bn.ther ndactimpanr
him Irotn the peniten,:-ry to the governor's
ofliii'. In a lew nit - i.s tlie lilicratcd man
arrived with hi-siste. neither expecting to
find tin- father then', and t'nc lather not
dn-.iiiim that the itanlon had already In en
irranuil line i-iii n-a-liiy im-igim thcsi-enc
.1- the ;! tvennir i--tndiieU.i tlie two to hi. pri
nt, rtiotn The son Hew to 'jis. rather and
cmhraei'd him. and then Hi lging his arm
around tht gov ernor. neck . rocred hi. nice
with kissts. The ..Id man. ovcn-onie by the
gn-at liapjuncss ,trthe moment, sank into his
chair, st.l.lting like a child. 11 ere were no
dry eyes in that mom. and Ao-s? who. a few
minutes later, wen- talking and chatting
with the retiring governor in the reception
rooni, little imagined in vvliat a touchingly
pathetic scene he had liecn a participant.
The liberated man has a wife -and child eight
years M, a sister, and aged p -.rents. It will
lie a plea-em reflection dun ng his lifetime
to 'icneral Noyes that it was one of tbc last
acts of his excutive power to fill one lionshold
with the sunshine of bappii ics-. and restore
the beloved one long sepal ated fmni them
who had fearfully condom-', far his crime.
An Origi.vil Expost-r.o or the "Pall.1"
The speaker was an elderly negro, who
had been a "hand" on one of the vessel, in
the Lower Potomac. 1 Ic said the devil first
tried to get Adam to--at tbe apple, but
enny man in all he sei ises lnightcr knowed
de Qebil couldn't cr 1 lone dat ar : Adam's
too smart fur Ole N'i :k when he had nufSn
but hiself ter tuk c ire on. Hat de debil
knew, care he was in lie! n fo de Lo'd frcw
him outen dar, he kjiei v dar was a woman
to be made, an' so he (-ai -t Ixive out de anchor
an" waited far de woina. 1. MTien Eve cum
'long he knew he'd got sure ting on dat ar
apple ; and he hove 1o ngside whar she's a
settin an' whiper in lit :r car an say she's
mighty nice gal ; an' s he's so tickled wid
hi- fine speeches dat sIk ju." say guv her de
apple w hen he ask hci don't she want it.
De debil so pleased to f ee she Tooled so easy
he like to hvrf out lc.nd . Women is mighty
hard creeters to i'.o an; -'ting sensible wid,
dey jus done gr , contr try cv'ry time dcy can,
an vvben Eve got bet min made up to cat
dat apple, sh e'J cat it iT dc Lo'd his-clT tell
her let uni -alone. ; "xin "s she done cat it dc
debil Bay 1 ohi-cli, 'she made muss dat ar
garden ITjen" an" sb t kinder bear what he
tink, ar.' make up her wicked min" to 'tiec
Adam to eat todcr on e. So she cum 'long
side me time when si seen him settin ' un
der o tree, 'an say, 'Adam, cat dis ycr,
he', lierry nice." l!ut Adam say he won't,
ar .' she keep tca-in' b an, an' sayin' bow .she
love him. an" finally h e's 'ticed, an' rats dat
lad apjjc, an" den dc : uigeJ (labricl fly 'Imig
dar an' druv' cm lurf outcn dc garden, an'
say dey lf liav 'ter wo rk fur der livin". Cut
Adam nc"er cat dat ar apple "ccpt Eve done
gone 'tiec him : an" be didn't do it den "1-isis
lie love her, an she si nh a tongue, like all
de women, she make hint b'lievc black is
white."" SiJuri ndrrirs in Atanltt
How To 5IKK A WKlSOUE Ccr or
CorrEE. A conitoisseu r ofct.t, "ec thus writes
of this ln-vcragc and its preparation '. There
arc three comjnents i a aftre-caffcin, tan
nic acid and wood; tbe first ilia hcaltbrul
stimulant, the second i ? very inj urions to the
stomach, causing her alacbe arid deranging
tbc system generally , hence the reason why
"many are obliged to a bstain fron . the use or
coffee. The onlype rfect appar. itns I have
ever seen forprepann g coffee wan urnjwhich
THE BURLINGTON, VT.
ba two inside cylinders, both having a
strainer attached to the bottom, the larger
occupying about one-half of the inside of the
main nm, -while the smaller fits inside the
former, but U not so deep. The eoSee or
tca is placed in the larger cylinder, and boil
ing water is poured into the small cylinder,
which passe, through the strainer upon the
coflee, not in a volume, bnt in fine spray,
and then through the coffee aud the lower
cylinder, taking with it all the caffein and
leaving the tannin in thegroands. Tlie cof
fee falls into the main nm perfectly clear,
and forms a most delightful beverage. Some
time ago, while dinuig with a celebrated
French physician in Paris, we were taking
coffee, when he said to me. "Do not the
people of America generally lioil coffee?
1 replied in the affirmative. He then said
"If coffee is boiled it should not l drunk,
as tlie liest icirt rosses off into the atmos-
Tihcrc and t ckles the nostrils, while the re
mainder contains the pni on, which is very
injurious to the stomach."
Ciueles Astoe Bristed's Uot. The
vVn.ionfinn rTs.Tvindent of the Snrinzfield
;.V.M,,-mi in sneaking of the death of
chirlp. A.t.ir TiristeJ i Carl llensonl. lias the
following "Away over the seas, on the
beautiful Innfcs of the lihinc, there i. a no
l.le mole desolate for want of a master or
mi-tress toojien its doors or waken the gen
iu. of iKwpiL-ilitv sleeping in its amplejipart
ments. r)H.talr- is a suite of rooms where
the dust lies heavily on chair and tabic,
where the pictures arc veiled in cobwebs,
and tbr daintv piece of unfinished work ha.
gmwn vellniv where it lies close by the
thimble " which slender finger,, will never
touch more. It U seventeen years since a
woman's bund laid tho-e things down, say
ing lightly. " to-nioirow" and lichold,
Sorniwdwelt in thc-c chanilicrs forcver
more ' Twenty years have come and gone
since the boy vrhom these servants call ma
ter first npeiicd his eves on the sunshine, but
in all the years since the horrible Itoman
fever knocked at the door or his brain it lias
ruled neither eye nor ear. nnd tbc summers
and winter- have found hiiu a child still,
contented in an asylum in Pari.. ill be
know or care that the only man to wliom bis
existence wa- other tlian a burden, tbc man
whose wif. dwelt in those solitary chambers
on the Khine. kept ever since a -acred me
morial to this hoy'- mother. died tbe other
day on 1 -treet in thi- city '"
vr.itiioiT a i'.wn.
Tbc wife of Iorenao Chapin, of New Ha
ven, recctitlv presented to him asm weigh
ing filteen pounds.
t S.ili-bnry a I fi year old boy named
Hinc, employed in l'lolfs spool factory,
lost three lingers by careless contact with
.me ol the machinery of the establishment.
Two of the linger, were entirely severed,
and th.- other so nearly so that it will bo
iiii., .).! to save it for him.
lioiit j-J OiKI hare ln rai-ed in l!en
nington lor the sufferers by tbc recent fire
Abodv ol water said to cover an area of
two aen- or more has just leen discovered
t... t..,i of unit of the mountain- in
('lastenliurv . Some of the oldest inhabi
tants say that many years azo it wa. known
to he there and wa. called the "Lo.t Pond.
and that one day Stephen Pratt, hxi.. then
.f ltomninfftjin. in eoiunanv with two other
gcntlcmen were roaming about in the then
mlnt-l-- interminable rorcsts trapping.
ti.nnnniir to hove hooks and lines in their
nticlrets thev detennincil to sec if there
wasn't some troutin the small brook which
they came across. After getting everytiimg
in readiness tbey threw their hooks into the
lot,. k--t..t nrttf M their amazement . as
thv afterward eynres-sed it themselves- "It
filll with tront '" Thev fished alon,
un the stream a Tew rods, and to their utter
astonishment, came to the Mind abovemen-
tlnnol Tltere tknr slid the tniUt " took
hold too fast for spovt!" They caught
w tl.n thMr ivii-I ' "hrtnr- home through
the woods, and were consequently obliged
to leave some, but with a determination
that they would visit the pond the next
a... ..Vur l-n- trrtvel ther finally reach
.1 tkn .m.1 to town where thev had left
.1 ,Mm K.,r n-rntlv fatigued. ThCV
travelled all the next day.but could not find
the pond, and it has not Decn ai-coTcr;.
There has not been a school in session m
the town of Woodford this winter.
Ladies take part in the public debates at
CALXDON LI COC NTT.
Widow Mo-es Gage, of East Burke, who
1- now 7p vears old. gives the following
a .. - mt of vvork she has accomplished aar
it t -e past year . Wove 140 yard of car
fci.t - lH yards of woollen cloth, span 305
' ' . - i . - : . . .. a 1 1 1
-still."' yarn. nis u pairs uiuiBueauu u
p'ur- o! .lockings.
A it inzf has been organiiedatSt. Johns
It - I', iitr. . with fifty members, lieorgc
ILniiif. .- master and Ephraim s.jnc, Sec-rt:a-
I .,rr .-not much romance but a good
de. -1 li nevolenee in a work undertaken
l. tw .1. ompl-shedvounghdiesfromllyes.
gat. w are 'now on tbe second winter of
7ai...i 1 . teaching colored people, young and
i- Alexandria, Va. leaving their
in a 11 . home to live in an obscure part of
tint il--. brilliant old city, nnabletofind
I. . rdi x.-cpt among the still " ("espi-cd"
. 1 1- I r whom tbey came, they have toiled
on . het-red by the mo-ic of their own piano
and the sweeter melody of the voice they
h vvc trained to .speak the name and sing
the praise of Him who-e .love constrains
them . They have more than a hundred
pupil., and have organized several hundred
into a Band ot Hope lor temieranee. One
now g.ies ' to the tront" to aid their brother-
in in-atitrurating a similar work at l'eau
fnrt, N f
Thev l.ai e lccti going for the ruin seller,
in St Johnsl.ury. Harry Jones cigar store
na. broken up and Eugene Burr (somewhat
known 11. I'.urlimrton) and Cyrus 1 1 ad ley
havini: Inx-n ennvicted or the third offence
were likei v to go to jail but fled.
J. II. Peck, who makes Lyndon Centre
hi. hcad.iuartcrs. was recently arrested for
selling lnjaur His manner or doing busi
ness was to carry his whiskey in bottles and
disjiense it to customer, in that way. He
was lined J-JI and costs, amounting in all
A correspondent of the Springfield Hr
lmWif.tn denits. tliat there is any unusual
nnxictv aui.mg business men at St. Johns
bury, or lhat any failures have occurred
The n U class of business men who are un
easy an tin- ruiii-sellers, he says. Tbc Fair
haiifc. seme work- are doing an unusual
amount ol bu-ine-s. The collector of taxes,
who ha-111-irlv jsHUMllnn his lw.iks. finds
less tr .u t.f . ttliui-tiug this winter than last.
li-.r-.-.- Uirtlett. ot Lyndon, was si-riou
1 iniur.-l in tlie head on tin- Suth ult., hy
-lidin- a-.-.m-ta team. He was unconscious
1 ill tlit. n. vidiv, and now lies in a critical
is.i v t-oi vrv
jor ' rioht. ot Wet Concord, hasl-ecn
fine.! i lor runiscllingand warned to leave
ttiwn, ivliieli be did.
Fnddic, a seven yearsold son of John
Dowling. or Island " Pond, was in-tantly
killetl, recently, by a had ol logs on which
he was riding tipping over aud Tailing on
A child was Ixirn in Fairfield, reccutlv.to
the wife or Burton Webster. The only
claim to distinction which this little parcel
oT humanity at present enjoys is the fact
that it is of the fifth generation, itsgreat-groat-grandmothcr
being still alive at the
age of ninety.
The funeral of Wheat Beals, an old resi
dent of St. Allans, was attended at the
M..thndi.t church, on the 27th ult. Mr.
lieajs, at the time of his death, was S'Jyears
old. He came to St. Albans about the year
lr-00 vith his father, Adam Beals, and has
T.s.ided there with the exception of a
fewycars. He and his brother Ezra arc
claimed to lc the first constructors of a rail
Tnnil turn t vblc in this country. This was
i,;tt , Utistnn and Ou'ntcv road at tbe
(ininey nn-irri-s.. His father wa? one of
the orninal TeJ i'arty in Bo-ton Harbor,
n,l Vnii tilth .'istinction throughout the
Revolutionary war. He died in St. Albans
some thirty years rzo.
Allen Stilphen. of St. Albaus Bay, died
on the 27th ult., of " blicfc canku-ra-ti,
after an illness ol four days.
Ihconly excitement there has been in
Franklin lately was a lawsuit wherein the
plaintiff claimed the enormous sun ol
and received judgment for $1.21. t cau-cd
t-Tititmnt-ni than the i'encva arbitra
tion did, and foil as much as the advent o f
Capt. JacK s Dana wo"iu uavo uccu.
ltcv. Mr. Vail, pastor oftho M. E. church
of Graud Isle and South Hero, received a
donation of J:12j Ian week.
A noted hunter or South Hero Tears that
he has lcn the victim ofa " sell." Ilohas
a gun that scatters shot badly, so that it is
not of much iccount. A while am, he
saw an advertisement in a city paper, offer
ing to send information whereby such
' scattering" or shot could lie effectually
prevented, on receipt or 50 cents. He sent
the money, and in due time was informed
that to prevent hi gun Irom " scattering"
he should " put in only one shot."
M. II. Cady, or Stowe, who for many
years has In-en in the carriage business, has
been compelled to go into bankruptcy.
A granse has licen organized at Hyde
Park consisting of fifty-two members, with
Hon. L. B. Sherwin Slaster, E. U. Sherwin
Secretary, and Kusscl S. Page Lecturer.
The Baptist Society, in Johnson, had an
oyster supper and donation visit, recently,
and took over $700 for the benefit or the Key.
A grange has been organized at Stowe
with B. K. "Wait as Master and Orlow J uu
son as Secretary.
m; T.inie A. Bibbit, oT I"and..lih, has
secured a position as soprano -M '"'
cht-rch in the city or Brooklyn, N "i , n
a salary or 51.000.
Mrs. Lucy Hinkley, ol erstiire, -
years ur age. She does the worit lor uirev
J . r l n.111- ..I ttr.tt.tn-.
persons, tates care 01 .uc ...os w. .
knits sale mittens for a Boston firm, and
walks to the ncighlwrs with a light l.t
when she wants a little rest from her work.
Granges have been organized at Ver-hire.
Washington and Chelsea.
Leonard Fish.ol Braintrcc.has paid -J; 100
fine and costs for selling rum at his hotel.
The annual railroad nail is this year to 1m
held at the Bellcvue House, Newport, "A cl
nesday evening, Feb. 11.
A decree in chancery document was lodg
ed in the town clerk's office in Derby the
other day .which measured 231 feet in length,
written on legal cap, and closely written.
Mrs. Locke, who died in Irasburgh, re
cently, at the age of SB. had had 14 child
ren W grandchildren, 60 grcat-grandchild-rcn,
and three great-great-grandchildren.
t v.... 1.1 r-.ur.,... tititit ..Im !
ticrrv ii . itu uiu v-muott- -.'..- .-
WorKCUa Claim afc inc a u..tt few.-
for f-evcral months, last season, reports the
1 t i: I.-. lt 1. ifrt-mrr.
gold or the finest quality, lie is nrrang-
in" to resume work in earnest as soun u.
sp?in" opens, and asserts that he can ca.ily
make from $5 to $10 a day His brother I
w.ll join mm m .... cuicii...-
(iilmanL. Estabrooks and orris viiieci-
crmct with a severe accident while engaged ,
it, itniiini- mill lo?s on the
; si..l,rt,i. in. the ftJtb ult. Thev chop
ped down a large spruce tree, which lodged
on a sapling birch. The spruce unexpect-
lyslid from me s.ump aim mus".
brook'-s leg and Wheeler's foot, and as the
spruce swung round and ran back it carried
v heeler w itn it, i.iirow u.... u. ..rs-t...
spruce. As the lop ol me spruce ro.ieu u.
the birch the butt or the spruce lay on :iu
M h.n- lilieratini? Wheeler. They were
three-quarters of a mile Irom am i.ou-e.
.s ."i. -t- v.- .
heeler unaiiie to move, an.. .r-a
severely bruised. ul.n.ks hot,., .lovvn
to his house anu starieu nun ior nniwi .
expressing his tears ma. mrj wo...uu..u
. - - . i .-....
him ocaa. incy siiit-ct.-ut-u ... ...... ..o
him to a Iioum: and sent fur medical aid.
E.tabrooks' liack was slightly injured, and
the small Iwne in the leg"pnliably rraetun-d.
Wheeler ba three or lour fractured rib..
and a foot fcarlull brui-cd.
VVASIII.SCTO.N rOCNTl .
lii-t Montpclier numbers among it-inhabitants
a very large number of aied pe.
pie. Three are U2, one ill, one 95 and risht
range between f'J and M years of a-e
Tlie barns and sheds of D B. W ouster.
of Marshficld, were recently destroyed; hy
lire, his hou-e narrowly escaping a iim ..
The fire was caused by the explosion ol a
kerosene lantern. The dry Iiouk- ot Henry
Averill. of Mar-hficld. wa- burned w-entlv .
with staves for aliout three hundred butter
The bouse of .lob Young, in Jamaica, m
cupied by George Prfiynton. recently caught
fire near one ur the chimneys, and was con
siderably damaged. It wa- on v hy thc
most active exertion that the building wa.
The annual meeting oi tuc ,oruiMi... , (f ..lorftll,y iM doing more in-
Mutnal Life Association was held at Brat- S;rmont and other New England
tlcboro.un the l.th w "ld , ,-, U othw
Iroard or officers were re-elected as 11 , There was a time w lien locality was
F. Holbrook.Pres.dent ; S. M. N Bite ice- J (.,,,,N1jcrcj. Hutland alone for a bang
President ; F. A Na.h. Trcasurcrand gen- and Jnwt , ,e
cral manatrer. Jamos Dalton, secretary . (lt tht. fun0w ing officers (iov-
llenry C. Wiliard. assistant secreury. , Ll(.atrIiant.(i0yDlir, Chief-.lusticc
UrialSvkes, of Brattleboro. formerly pro- r JUstiL-e of the Supreme Court. United
pnetor of' the old American Hou-, died on j,,,,. senator and manlier of Longraw, to
Saturday. He had nearly reached the age nothing of minor State and county of
of WO, and hi- home bad been in Brattle- j fu.T), The same wa- true of Bennington,
boro for over 50 years, where he was very i qmehury, Burlington and other part of
highly re-pected. He never bad been sick, Juc blaU, Why was it so? For tbe simple
until the day when he died. ! reason that locality vvas not regarded. Tbc
meetin- of the State Board or Agricul-
re will be held at Westminster, Tuesday
and Wednesday. Feb. 10th and ifth. The
nrnramme is as follows : Tuesday after-
noon, " Adaptation," by W. V. Davis.
Esq.. Westminster . " Intelligence and En
terprise Necessary to Succeed in Farming,
by F 1). Douglas, Whiting. Tue-day eve
ning, "Highways," by N. G. Pierce. Esq..
Westminster . " Our Manufacturing Indu--
tries. by lion. una., ii. iiea.n. .uuuito-
lier. AVednesday evening
pherc," by Dr. Hiram A. Cutting, Luncn
burgh ; " Granges." by Geo. Sabin, E-q.,
Westminster. odncsaiy atternoon
" Wa-te SProduct- of the Farm, by Prof.
Peter Collier. Burlington : " Management
of Swamp L3ids," by L. L. Jameson.
Irasburgh. ednesday evening. uai
shall we do with onr Boys." by Bev. P. F .
Brainard. Westmin-ter : " P.unning out of
Stock. Crops and Lands," by Dr. T. II.
Hoskins, St. John-bury. Each taper is to
be followed by a discussion in which all arc
invited to participate.
Col. E. D. Frost, a Brattlelwro boy. is
general superintendent or the Mississippi
0. A. Whitmore, formerly of Beading,
has been some years in Bo-ton. connected
with Hall's. Gilmorc's and other celebrated
band, as clarinet player. Hi- brilliant per
formances has won praise in New lork
Chicago and other cities He i- now in
Linden, Mass., a factory where drum- ol all
kinds are made, also banjos, guitars. t-u
Dai. Benj. Aldrich, or Springfield, died
recently, at the are ot ninety-four. He was
the olde-t inhabitant ot the town, and by
his death but two arc left over ninety vears
Woodstock i- about to have a granfi
Bomanso Spanlding, of Bethel, wa- .lan-
gerou-ly hurt by lieing caught t a !t u in
his saw mill Jan. -JO.
An arrangement is concluded iKtween the
Woodstock Acricultural As.H-iution and
the Windsor Count) Agricultural Sieu tv
and the hairs are tuercnv locaii.i
ground, for 10 years to come
bprmirhcld has a thief dct.-etinr niet
The financial state of the Co-operative
Manufacturing Company, ol Sprinirficld.
is so bad that it. stock sells for only 10 per
cent. Thev are proposing to -s-11 their pro
perty and close up.
In the bou-e of Jona-Ghnn. in Spring
field, live eight person- who-c ages ranire
from three months to A2 years and -ix
months, who are thus described by relation
ship hy our informant One creat-grand-mother,
two jrrandoi.ithcr-. three mother-,
one grandmother-in-law . two iimthcrs-in-law,
one grandfather, two lather-, one father-in-law
. three sons, one son-in-law. two
grandson-, one grandson-in-law , one great
grandson, two daughters, one daughter-in-law,
one granddaughter, two brother-, two
brother in-law, two sisters, two sisters-in-law,
one uncle, one aunt, one grand-aunt,
one aunt-in-law , two nephew", one niece,
one w idow, and ono maiden lad) .
L. II. IMson, of Bethel, reccntlv fell
down a flight of stnjrsand wa. baJlv hurt
In many respects the failure of M C.
Fairbanks, of Wood-tuck, is aver) sad one.
as w idows and orphans w ho could ill afford
the loss have loaned him money without
security , supposing him to lie pcrlcctly solv
ent. A sehool teacher in Bridgcwatcr. after
using moral sua-ion on a relractory pupil
for some time past in vain, bninght the
ruler into practicea little oneday last week,
which so irritated the boy's father that he
brought an action against the teacher, set
ting the damages at $150.
An Oui-FASUioEn Mother ami a Be
rociiKD Boy. Some timo ago, a Mrs. Buck
clby, who lives over m Berrien county,
Mich., directed her son Samuel, a lad or 14
years, to take a turn a; the churn. Now,
as Samuel had set his heart op going a-fi.h-ing
at that very time, he "got his back up"
and flatly rerutsidtio agitate the cream. The
curvature was promptly taken out ot his
spine by a slipptr, and, with "tears in his
eyo." he went on duty with the dasher.
In about hall an hour, and during the brier
absence orhi. mother, his eyes fell upon a
plate oT lly-poison, and a bright, smart
thought struck him. Just before Mrs. B.
came in, Samuel lilted the filial platter to
hi. race, and as she entered he put the
"poison from his lips with the dramatic
exclamation "There, mother, I gues. you
wen't lick me no more"" Now what
did this Spartan dame du? Did she shriek
fiir a doctor and fill into hysterics?
Not much. She simply took Sam
uel l.v the naoc ol the neck, lifted him
deftly into tbc pantry, beat the whites of
six eggs together, aim una nun .o enguu
the same in.tantc-; he refusing, she called
the hired girl, and in a twinkling Sam
found liiiu-clf outside tbc albumen. Then
Mrs. B. began preparing a mustard emetic.
Seeing this, Sam' pluck dissolved, and he
commence begging, crying, "I was only
tryin' to skeer vc " But the stern mother
wa' rot to be softened, nnd Samuel had to
svvn .low the mustard. He was :hcn forced
to take a do-e of pain-killer, and bad his
ba.k rubltcd with "Vigor or Life," and his
stomach with the "Oil of Gladness." Then
he vomited np everything but his boots
and socks. This being over, be took seven
Aycr's pill--, two tpoonluls oT ca.tor oil, a
tea .jioonfulof salts, and a blue pill. And
now, iryou want to behold the maddest ljoy
in Michigan, ju-t say "fly-poison" to Sam
A Goop BESttT. Soon alter the vi.it of
the Commercial Club to Montreal, and
partly resulting from that visit, heavy ship
ments of Canada wheat in lwnd. forciport.
bean to come down over the Vermont Cen
tral and Lowell roads. This is a new fea
ture in our business, and one or great pro
mise for the foturo. The receipts are in
the neighborhood of 75.000 bu.hcls every
week, aggregating nearly 3O0.OH0 bushels
since the first ofJanuary. A considerable
proportion has already gone to Europe, but
the bulk of the wheat will remain in the
elevators until sometime in February, when
for a few weeks the export from Boston will
probably be larger than was ever known be
fore Cemmcraal Bulletin.
PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 13.
From the Rutland Globe.
The Coirraor qorstln.
We have, Irom the outset, insisted that it
was loo atly to discuss the governor ques
tion Wo know that two years ago the
question was entered upon at as an early
date a. this, but what did the result prove?
The gcr.tleuicn who were named in connec
tion with the nomination were shelved, and
our pre-cnt governor nominated who,
although somewhat thought or, and a little
lalkut i.r, in connection thcrcwitb. was
hardly considered as a possible nominee.
We are aware that it is useless to attempt
to cause a cessation oT a certain class of
discussion, so long as the friends of certain
aspirants arc "trotting out their favorites,"
recounting their "good points," and, more
particularly, describing their "running
oualities." in the public press. Wc are re
minded, moreover, by our friend or the
Free Press, that one or our State newspa
pers has hoisted the name of its editor's
favorite candidate at the head of its columns.
being, ir wc mistake not, the only editorial
expression of opinion in fovor ofa p-irticu-I-,;
inilivid,,-! This aside, thecommunica
tinnt rrrnl ii.iiri. mere ' skirmishing on
--- , ,
t t.n nntnn.td ' not n .1(1 W I.IJi:.. t. vttu-tiu vuu
t . "Tl t--n..u
sideration or the question, lln-s we always
expect, ana may cum..."- ....-
s new spapcrs oi-i. " : -Vi .
ofliec-scckcrs have friend, who will write to
the newspapers in their l-chaT. But that
1 ." i.: J ' ." ,, ..himatc deci-ion. is
'"V lix2.lc at M.ddlebury.
J f''"" irwcmay judge
t .. - , .-
from current events, mat tnc pcopic j.ro-
po-e to make the nomination this year,
without any particular help from pnires-
: . ' most assuredly
siuuai iiuiuiti...' . ,,-
..... . . . -...i ,r i-l eve that every cood l.e-
publi.su'i in Vermont, and every lover of
the State and her institutions ucires tue
ii,.e il.in Asa eitiien, webavc thessme
t.,.,t ;' tl... onestion as has every other
..:ti,...,.i tit St.ite no more, nn
i r..r. newsnai.ersarc cxttecicu 10
,,,,;;. (',piion, but in this
-- , . lims-ihasno such
.... - - - w(j shmild
i.n .t. ..ot.ftr.ts of lii.it the fiirmtrsof. Ptlh
ii. ut.i.tiii In the clioiceof men, they
, ... tr,.ll inforiiied as we are . let the mat
ter Ik-bit with them, and we do not risk
inueh in - iv mg that the decision w ill I a
There i- another matter, in this cuiir.oc
.: ;.. r.tlfrenee to whieh we desire tosay
.. n.'n.that is the matter of lucalilu. This
l.,l,ll.liorv affair, by whatever name it
.-.. 1-. i.ro.ierly known aud desitrnated
.... :i.tsl l. ..lie vvlu claims to liave Iwcn
therewith resolving. "That the intcre-ts
1. 1 Aiidi-on and Butiand counties are idtn-tn-al
and that it i- desirable that said
c-iunlie-aet in uni-on urfin the que-tions
about to lie presented in our coming state
i......ii and that wc as citizens of said
coiiiinc- deem it proier. and will u-e our
tt-tliionee for the accomplishment of this
purMisc " li - a matter or comparative
unimportance what the-e dozen or so men
rcilved They can, of course, "act in uni
son." il thev "deem proper, and n-e their
o' I... il..t M.s.....lishn.tnt t.r' that
iiiuuii -. "'4 --s - -
"purpo-c" which i-. thcendeator to unite
the citizen- of Butiand and Addison eoun
t.es n-.iii.t the rest ol the State. If the
resolution mean, anything, it means th
, liest man was selected lor ol'aoc no rjattfT
i where he resided. Many, even, of our
younger readers can readily reoall tl
; when Butiand had a Governor,!. . s. Si
nml n iitdirp and. still later, wben she bad
a I nited states senator, member or Con-grcs-
and judge. Why? Because fitness
tor ofliee wa- considered before locality.
Could this have happened if two counties
i.,' r...lvd to " act in unison?" State
officers, judges. United States senators
I and members of Congress are not elected to
represent tne interests of one or two eoun
tie., but the people or the entire Stat. If
Butiand County has the best man 1st him
he selected . and the suae with Addi-on,
Chittenden and other counties. Did Massa
chusetts -uffer when she had two Senators
from Bte-t-in . o' Michigan when both of
her Senator- resided in Detroit ? Far from
it, as cverv one knows. We have a pride
in our own town and county, and should
desire, above all things politically, to see
one of our son- occupy tbe highest odBce of
the State, and others in other responsible
position-. So, too, we have a State pride,
and arc therefore, unwilling to sacrifice the
interest- ol the State on account of the local
ity ol a candidate', residence We do not
ay that there i- any danger of this. c
do not intend to -ay" that Butiand and Ad-di-u
counties cannot furnish enough ol
the lot material . but wedo protest against
the idea el tin- Middlcl.ury n-solulmn, that
one or two counties are more interested in
State officer- and State affairs than i- every
other e 'iiiitv in tbe state.
Shot it - - William B Wiliard and
James K t arpcuter were returning home
Irom this village Saturday night in a double
wagon, while going up the Ihill towards
Austin Puller's thrv were met by two men.
eiufcntlv intoxicated, with a single team,
' driving vcrv l-i-t, and attempting to take
the whole r" .id Their wagon struck Wil
i lar.l - in.) wa- evidently damaged some
what, lor the occupants ent out and follow -1
ed U .Hard and Carpenter, evidently with
i Will -ereni intent. The latter took
i little notice of them. hut con
tinued to walk their horse-, up the hill.
After considerable talk, one of the men
drew a revolver and fired at them, but with
out doing any damage. Thinking that this
wa- earn mg matter- a little too far, Wiliard
and Carpenter hilched their horses and
went back, hut hy that time the drunken
men were out ol the way. and inquiries
failed to elicit any information concerning
them Hi' hh'ut Stntmi.'.
suo. m. Twoyoung men named Welch,
brother-. ..ml to Ik- tnim this place, in
dulged in an unt.irttinati spree at Preseott,
Tlmr-sla) . January SMih While under tlie
influence id liquor thr started to come to
( igdensburg W lien they reached the toll
gate house, alstve Preseott. they were suf
lering extremely Irom the cold and endeav
ored to gain entrance, but were told to go
away on pain of lieing .hot. They said they
must go in or freeze, nnd il not admitted
would break in. when one of them received
a eharg ofslmt from a fowling piece. Tlie
other one .tartcl down upon the iectoerosh
the river, and wa. picked up afterwards
with l. th leg. ..i severely frozen that it is
li-nrid amputation will lie necessary The
brother who wa. .hot had his breast filled
but i. simiiosed to Ik- not fatally minred
The physicians have succeeded in picking
out ten or twelve shot. Both were at 1 res
cott under the doctor's care Friday morn
ing Ojdt ntlwrq Jtntrnal.
Wvr.il Winters. It i. customary to for
get each winter's weather before the next
conies, and to consider every season remark
able An old numlrtr of tho Hartford
Covrant contains some records transeriliod
from the journal ol the Bev . Thomas Smith,
of Portland. Maine, kept between tho years
1730 and I7U5, whieh arc rendered especial
ly intcrc-ting by the pre-cnt mildness. In
1735 January was pleasant aud moderate
and February was a " summer month ;Mn
173b January came in like April in 1710
there were but two snow storms ; February
was a summer month again, nnd March the
same . in 1751. January 15, the frost was
entirely out of the ground. February wa
like spring, and" the winter ends a won
der through the whole." In 1750, in Janu
ary the fi-h, as they arctcj'orted to have
done this year. " struck in ' from the sea,
the weather being so warm. February was
delightful, and March blu-tcringbut soft as
May. In 1773 Mr. Smitli-reeord. a summer
day on January 27, " wonderful moderate"
the next day, and Feb. 9, '" no snow- since
December 20. wonderful weather. e saw
two robins" In the year I. .5. iebruary
27, the New York Gazttte and Post Uoy re
ports that " last Wednesday the weather
was so uncommon warm that many young
lads went into the river to swim." The-e
are records all but one ol them more than a
century old. They notice six remarkably
warm winters within a period offorty years,
but coming with no noticeable penolicity.
People w ho are calling this a season strange
above all others, indicative that our planet
has drifted into new influences, and who
are promi-ing all sorts of consequences,
from poor crops to Second Advtnt, may
hear in mind that there is a precedent for it
all. and that whether the weather is divine
ly dispensed each day or isa grand sequence
under ordained law which prayer cannot
affect, it keeps coming nnd changing hour
by hour, and tbc peculiar freaks of a cen
tury and more ago have not resulted in an
nihilation yet. Nor lias the period lietwjen
them and now liecn one or uninterrupted
FlX IN THE MlNXESOTA LEGISLATURE.
The event or the legislative sca-on at St.
Paul. Minnesota, was the speech in which
Senator Samuel S. Bcaman (formerly oT
Hampton, N. Y-, a son of the late Bev. X.
S. S. Bcaman. D. D., of Troy, N. Y., and
a half-brother or the late Hon. illiam L.
Yancey or Alabama), lately uncorked the
vials or his wrath upon the Oevotcd head or
Joe Wheelock.editurorthe St. Paul Press.
" Am I, a senator under solemn oath, ex
claimed the brave Bcaman. "nor ns good as
he? Why should I be followed and abused
by this dirty sleuth-hound from Nova
Scotia, the home of lories of the revolution
ary war? Wben our country was in danger,
ho was a ' foreigner,' and begged to be re
lieved of the draft, nnd only became a citi-
xen wnen a postomcewaa iaiucvt".- -would
not stand any more abuse from sucn
a dyspeptic, Iresh-watcr monu..
Bcaman's voice resounded in the aisles.
visitors, heads of departments, clertts, anu
finally members ol the House. "-
the Senate chamber-.-ouu filling the gallery
and lobby to their utuiot,and as the excited
senator indulged in a burst of real eloquence
as he detailed some or the wrongs suffered
at his bands, followed by biting sarcasm
and invective, the spectators broke into the
most rapturous uemonsirauouso. tt...
LiLurt-TiANS. One evening last week the
wifeof Mr. J. B. McCrum. living at i.u. os
Parsons street, Kalamazoo, M'cu. P""e
birth to twins a boy and a girl. ncur'
prise of the parents can nc imagined when,
on surveying the party, the nurse held up
the tiny pair or inrantsin the palmot her
t a ri.s Dt ftttr wRiirhea. ana
UltUUS. lUtJ n c t o .
the aggregate avoirdupois of the twins was
three pounds and four ounces, oneot the
pair weighing one pound and eight ounces
and the other weighing one pound and
twelve ounces. They were less m" 6"'
inches long, and perfectly formed. A Pea
was made lor them, wnicn cousi-..cu -minute
basket filled with cotton batting.
and clothing had to be improvisea ior .ue
. . .k.i v-lv, in cTnectancT had
St.UUb. S, tUk " l..t. . t. f
been made up proving a world too wide lor
their little limbs. Some doubt was express
ed by the physician who attended the mom-.-n.uXth.ihr.rviinld
live, but from
latest accounts they are not only alive, but
t.st.i;rlt- l-t-M.lit nnd wideawake, and claim
a nlaen in this hit? snhere as well as their
own immediate brothers and sisters.ol which
there are several in the mniily , grown up
WE SHALL OFFER ON
MOXIAY, .laVXUaVKV -'(.th,
At about one-half tin- nnal
In l"i-:uitlliil I'alU'riis, itmiiig
Iriiiii T s-riil- pit jaril upviar.N.
Ther are fiae -wals arsleoaaprlae lare ranelj
ofwkttlis aad patterns, aarl are bj far tbr CHEAP
tSsT foods ever nffrrsi in this I ne in tit - r t.
At tbe Lttw l'rlee.
Also Fall L.oe oftbe "NEW
Amcrhan Gros Grain Silks,
AT LOWEST PRK lfc
1. 1. 1. 1 a ii a a T i: i: i.
1.1 11 A
l'.' Caurra Slreel.
ilurllnrten, V-.. Jan M -a u
T thi: hahh )ti:.v I
CUtTTENllEN AND GRAN"l ISLE I'OI'NTIKS. j
rplIE nndera.irae4 w.iGld respert'all. anwainee
1 lhat they hare seenre.1 the eaclej.iTentblT.ir
the niiantaetare and aale of the CELEBRATEI '
JEWKTT MILK J'ASS ! .
In tbe eiwntieii of Chittenden and iranl IkIc.
tar Ajrent will awm -tiait Uie Ualrvuien t: that
setrtton and all order? siren them will rere.e
llavm tbe most approved facilities lor manntar
tarine. tbe l-et workmen, and the ( ex 1
perienee in tbe hueine of any firm in the Mate, we
areeooaUtnt Uiat our work will civic y'frt sati
ettc blnae the mtrodnf tion of the Jewett Pan. wvera.
Vat lne have 1-een brought tfore tbe public,
whieh a poo trial hare all -prjred inferior u the
Jewett. In many instance they hare been en
mdenrt entirel) worthle. We hare remored -eral
teuand uppliel their plai-ee with tbe Ji-wett
Uebarepnlin nereral hundred w in Orlt-ini.
Ctmnty. oat on f whieh ha. failed ti rive entir.
aatbtfaetloB. We eoutd Oil thecdamn ol tbix pajier
wish ua-lite4 tettmoniaU from "ur cosu.ojf r
bateuMider ft unnecenaar) on account ot it- -u,. t
ior quatltiea heinsw widely known.
II un to procure the beat cheapcit mt-t
durable and onrenient. hand m your onter- lor the
Jewett Pane, which fU proudly upn hxr :.-ur
ubtrti, and mxa her throne o. tutr rui tl.
marliftttf tbe urld.
All mniunKrtti-im sh.-uld le nadree-i t.
MAKTIN A SMU i;
Fah 'wtf N,.ithTr. t
t i: i it. si'i. it.
CIEIII, :itisii. risisii:
i wn tbey n U-wer than ever Niw . our t me.
AT WKtSTON. J0N154 tWA.
TEA, TEA, TEA.
Tea of Utter quality at tbe i-iate hw pnea.
At ST Cwltr-fe Street.
KAIM V1JI6V MV
Andlnlaot everjtbin jou wsnt Inmr line tint is
toiaa, andNltHiftbao.iwi Will find
AT WESTON. JONES a S
liurlinfton. Vt., IVc. IS wtf
jrsr itr:tu:i vt:i.
A Few M1VT nn STVLISII Pjttiris or
va sstji e p a s rsr
Alao a Dire line of
BOYS' An YOUTHS" SUITS.
These -uJs are eat and made In a St) le fully equal
to eustuul work, and I Invito tbe attention of those
in want of such articles. Tsro bales
VERY LOtV roit OASII.
No. is tbe time to ln)'
Overcoat at a Discount
Of 2a per eent an fall prices at
UEAIK.IJAr.TEBS. OPrOOTE CtTV HALL,
Jan. 8-wti "E. r. SHAVW.
I) It. W.tl. HALL'S
BAIaSaiar FOHTI1K l,U-;s,
hi: ;ui:vt amukivaa t-n.ir.r-n -tivi:
Cunlauiption la NOT an uwuraMe -Jisasc. Ill)
aiclans asiure ua of tlili tact It la cnly recesdarr
to have the bight RrairatT. and tho terrible inaL.tl
can lie conquered.
Hall's ItaKltlii Is llii Kernel J.
It breaks up tbe nilit rweatx. roller! tliett).
nreeaive tlshtaeas acruat tlie luoirs, and heal- '
tlio lacerausl Mid excoriated tutfaei' wuttli la
vemon of the duroue produce.
While Life Lt.t Tlirrr i IJoiM'.
It maj not he too late to tScet a cure even atter -
tbe doctor! have given ytu up.
Jlall's Ualaam ii auld ever here, aua may 1st
had at wholesale of tbe Proprietors. JOUN F.
riENRV, CDRPJLN A C0 at their -reat JleJic.ne
Warehouse., t. and 9 College riaee New York. Trioe
tl per bottle.
Kall'a Balaam is also a sare reuitsit Ir
bl'ITTINR or EL00I),
And all other diseases of the respiratory organs.
Also Proprietor- of S. .ill's lll.-td and Liver
Byrup. Carl.ilu- balve. VAey Truelirs, Ovysenvted
-titters, Moll's Liver Pills, ar
I0U.N 1" IIKN1.Y. CI RRAN 1 CO..
- ao.1 - CulWve Place. New York.
Jan I in
inc. :k vi
iiJLt irr j: kg r.j to u
WILL 10 IT.
IT A TltlAI A.Mt ior WIIaI
Tit Jltwt Heiulst.-r bun tHH-n recv mmfinlv1 hy
hy man Uyt ..-id-. anl l" allowpd h j.i t.b
fcaow it Tiln t hv jurt w.ut wr i'j m i -i 'ur
far Jlemrt 1dp-isc
Forctrrnlaris'arUrfitiu-iiijl'' A'- a-Jtlrt'--tUtu
FRAMK 1. I Ntt ALLS, C(aM'i.ai' N. II.
Vtie 0t it i i m i - 1 't V -"airl. cor
iiiti- iM I - ' " T l"u.-.n-t-.
Iron in the Blood.
MAKES THE WEAK STRONG,
Tlir Verarir.n Strttp, a Trotcet
rd Solution of the l'roloj-nlr of
iron, fK no combined as to hacc
the character of an aliment, a.i
tasilif iligcstcil and assimilated
irith'thc'blood an the siltl)lcst
food. Jt incn ..- s the nttaidity
of Sature's Oim Vitalizing
jifjent. Iron in the Wood, anil
cures "athouand Hit.'' simply
by Totting up.Jnriy orating and
Vitalizing the System. The en
riched and vitalized blood per
meates crcry part of the body,
repairing damages and trastc,
searching out morbid secre
tions, and leaving nothing for
disease to feed upon.
This is the secret of the won
derful success of this remedy in
curing Dys-pepsia, "Lher Com
il.ih:t, Dropsy, Chronic Diar
Chills ami rovers, Humors,
IOss of Constitutional Vigor.
Diseases of the Kidneys ami
Dlaililcr, reinalc Complaints,
anil all diseases orirfinatittg in
a bad state of the blood, or ac
companied by debility or a loiv
state of the system, lieing free
from Alcohol, in any form, its
energizing effects arc not fol
lowed by corresponding reac
tion, but are permanent, infu
sing strength, vigor, and new
life into all parti of the system,
and building up an Iron Con
by the use of this remedy, from
i.-eah: sicl.ty. suffering crea
tures, to strong, healthy, and
happy mcu and women: and
iiiriilidscannot reasonably hes
itate to give it a. trial.
See that each bottle Jtas PERU
VIAN SYRUP bloirn in the glass.
SETH W. FOWLE L SONS, Proprietors.
-o. I Milton I'lace. I1...I.....
jOLli UT lt.LLL. . IM.UL1.
Oct Ai deoillw y
Avliith can l'f cnrcil lv a
time- resort to this f-tniul-artl
jircjiaration, as lias boon
proved by the huntlreils of
testimonials received by the
proprietors. It is acknowl
edged by many prominent
physicians to be tlie most
reliable preparation ever in
troduced for the relief and
cure of all Lung complaints,
and is offered to the public,
sanctioned by the experience
of over forty years. "When
esorted to in season it sel
dom fails to effect a speeds
cure in the most severe
cases of Coughs, Bronchitis,
Croup, "Whooping Cough,
Influenza, Asthma, Colds,
Sore Throat, Pains or Sore
ness in the Chest and Side,
Liver Complaint, Bleeding
at the Lungs, .fcc. AYistar s
Balsam does not dry up a
Cough, and leave the cause
behind, as is the case with
most preparations, but it
loosens and cleanses the
lungs, and allays irritation,
thus removing the cause of
KEIH W. rOWLE 4. BOKS, Boston, Hut,
Aral sold by Irrucajists and Lea!era general! J.
SWISS WATCHES F0K 150 VS 4. .MISSES.
l!len'. Size-. American ami Svv ias
LAZAUCS I Mnitr.IS' SIlPEr.tnit srECTACLES
AMI EVE liLASbES.
Bifocal Spectacles, to see far and near. Tinted or co
lored Kre lllasses and -spectacles . a lare st.rk
to fit almost ererv: eye. Many new goods
received amee New Years.
We desire erery one lookln- for conds for nso, or
for presents, to examine our stock ami prices.
Teaebera, scholars, parents, children, all lilterally
dealt with, at J. E. KillNSMAIIi-K
Did Stand, Church fctt Esubllsbed It-O.
H. BWd m tmrlt FraUt. Jan 1 dAwt.'
c.nrVT infirm iim. to i
ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE U. S.,
ItO 1 tf:ilAVSi v. TV."".
rnxs i !.--?
WILLI All C. ALEXANDER.
lirjSUV li. liVUK, JA3IKJ W. ALKXANHKU.
M X DIC Ate frprKIITMI-KST TB
K!WAR1 S. PECK, M. I.
S 2 2,0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0
'S fl.O 0 0.0 0 0.0 0
,'TT4i ruui'ii-K ii-.'i'
S n 0 . 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 . 0 0 i
Trnt'i in a Xnt Shell."
I. IHiritis tlir last tlui-i-moiillis
liusitii-ss i:in li:m- l.-i-.i
iiiiipclii-il ( fivs- tilt llii-ir liiu
iiii.I rsn-rsj u s:ic ilicir In.si-iit-s
J. This jinn -s lli.-it t tie- muni")
iiivi-si.-.l in f.iiiiiiii'rrial pur
suits i, to a Ei-i-al tlcsrec, -on-liiirul
upon llir life ol" its pos
sessor. Your t'stiitr, a a whole,
tlepriveil of ) our naiitict-iiieiil.
mils! slirinl. in value finin (lie
iniiiiii'iil of j mi r .lea III,
S. Mure, therefore, your Imsi-iii-ss.
ami all -.our investments,
will he of less value lo-moriow
if jou are tleail. than lo-daj-.
while ) on are living, il is eviilenl
lh:ilour life sliotiltl lie lully in
stiretl. The hardness of the
times, instead of Iiiriiisliiii- :m
eveuse for .Irlaj. sliould t.ild
vveilit to the aru-ilnielil in luvor
of iiiimetliate iiisuranee. lor
il il is hard lor )un lo pa a pie-
In ill "VOW, how inueh harder
would il lie for jour family lo
support Ihemselves, in these
liilss-s,, if you were dead.
Ci'iis-ral A.i'iit, rquilalili' I.il
-..ii r:ui.'.' Society. Yir"
IJAVIMJ ItrrAlREli AMU nE-MOPELLEK
JA tbe Fker Pke.h Umldiii.. and naudi increased
onr facilities for doin. work
Tin. 1'itia: i'iti
JOIl PBIXTISG OFFICE
li prepared to executa all orders for
PLAIN AND FANCY P1UNTINC,
with neatness and despatch.
THE LAT1ST ASH P.lifT HACIIINEUY. NEW
AMI 1IAMISOVIE STYLES llr- TY TE.
ASH IY0RKMEN OF FrXNT.l
ENCE AM TASTE.
enable us lo guarantee satisfaction.
All kinds efPrlntm-. from a Hard to a Hook, and
from a Handbill to a double-mammoth poster, done
al the FREE l'llEsS OFFICE.
College Iturlineton, Vt.
viul lt.MM; CAltlis on ban.1. an; printed
Enzrare.1 Wetldlc;and Visiting Cards furnished
to order, at city prices.
Wade's Colored and Black rrintin; Inks for sale
ST.lTi: .MIltTtAJ. M IIO.I1.
KAXnoLPlI, - - - VERMONT.
Spring Term l-rgins the Revml Tuesday in
COURSE OF STUDY" KTENDEP. BOARD OF
EJT MUalREfl OF STCDESTS 1!,CREASEI. J&
More than ail Qraduatea.
TriTIO.Tt l.M A TEAK.
EnWAr.I) CO.NANT, Principal.
Randolph, Oct. 17. lsn.-d3awAwtf
I If IIEF.EAS. my wife. Elita. has left my bed and
y board, wlthont jnst cause or pruroeation.
I therefore forbid all persons harhorin; nr truetin
her on my account, as 1 shall pay no debts ol her
eontractin- after this date.
EBlli.Iton, TL, Feb. 7, IKldldAww
il. II. v. WIII'l'J'HTIIi t
ARE VOU W SEARCH OF KM PLOTMENT
TIU: .HEIV Vtil.K Tortus u u,.
tastes, sellin; nook ever published. iDexperieoeed
ranra-sers report from S to 31 sub-crlbers per dsv
it reat eielteiiieat amorcr old Iks., ajents. An aet.re
man muted in every town in tbe Unitefl Stairs.
ben.l nr soeeimen pa-es and terms. LMTE1
KTATKs PCKLISHlSl, CO.. u,nd 13 Cr.lrers.1.
Place, i. yJ-.h s, tdiwlw
I-II-.;UAIMIV.'. A new look on the art
HI U1 VP- 'r iaud ffmplete ijstem oJ fiionct.r-SJ-ort
i au4, ma Iiortt-t. most imple. eainr, atui
ccmDrolien'.ire. enaWio-any one in a fhort time t
rpurt triali. tjnvehts, ennonj, 4c The Lrd -i-rayer
im wruten with rtroke uf the pen. and i ,
wonlf pr w.nate. The unemploye.1 Wld learn
1 J8a"rt i'niLr-iieentf. Aznt wanted
d1rtV. T iV -tVANS A CU 139 a. Ttb Street
AUKNTS WANTED J-"to $10 made dany. Sam
pled mailed free II. WIIITK, Newark. J
A.MAA' OK A TlUM W.Mi When deat i
was hourly expected fhm CONbUUITIO.N. a
remedies harm failed, and Jr. 11. Jimck wa- vx
1-crlraentinr. beaetdently made a preparat n
NX) IAN I1K3IP. wbicti earel hi- .niy child, an
now pves this receipt free, uamfip: ot tw. -itamp-to
pay expenses. IlKWI aUto euref niht rweat
nauea at the rttmaeh. and w 11 break a tret.i -.
in J4 hoars. AddreM. Cb-Idimicc t o . iatj JUo
bt., Tbila,. mniing tbu paper. reb 4. -tdJtwtw
0"7Q A WEEK TO AGENTS. Fastest . n.
O O article out. Three raluable sample
ten rents. J. BIUDE, T67 Eruadway, New V-k
STAIi Ia,?IIXA WAKE
TAtLESaiKLDo, Plate, Water Pm nER. Tka ai
Con-CE PorhTADs. Ac. tsend ont) dtnltar an-i ri
eeire prepaid a nample of thu elegant and u-e u
Idatnl table furmture. rnond or oal. Y.wry xu.
y needi awl will huy tbee -riNMlt. A-nt- ir
makiDS khsdj. JInre waMett ladir ainl zvnt
men. STAR LAMINA WAllE. mi Ilrtiju. h
New Turk. Jan .'l.dXwlw
MAUMI'iniAT NEW BIBLE btVCKtN
One man jurt elearea f in 4 day- r,i t
tbe COMPLETE IK)MIST1C B1I.LE. ju-it out V
tyaod takm; ftaatnrva. riizra-. nr -ur -par.
Exfwla every way aw tell" qutk 1 .
term to Ajentn. Oatfit free. Fot 'uil pirt u.jr
ad-lrew, I1L,B&A1U BKO.. Pul., .: . :
Ilttfttm. Jan fdJtwIw
OOnfir. A 1 I-US mad with our -j if-v
C-i OUU COMBINATION PRotSPfctTl
represent nanple pares and ittvlejtd lm1 n.
intensely mtor-i-ttm-x jml useful l-'k-. tlu: .
eer taotily. Bert thin:: ever tn-wi hy eanw
Aeato wantvd to make a permanent lu- ntt
theaeworka. bend fl 'i !r jrixitwtu"', tn tt
outat needtni. rhoom tmtrv and suimjv
oik. Fttr i lttrtd r n-u. ir" mI 1 ltn i--u
addref- JOHN t. rlrTThU A U Pui- . t'l. 1 1
An 1 a'' Thr-tvl Iisase- ue
Wi'U.-. C:iHolic Tablets.
Put u; n t rT.ri- I v-
tiiii i ami si i:i. iti "ir.i
'! ' ' '" "
m ' ' X I'icrcc'H (. .listen I
5-TlftlI-alTiK oicrj.w bid 9
bt I , . to cirroi ' i - jJid fl
-. UlKll 1'
I rl i t . ' i
I Dr. I'irrf rs?1at,".l l)ou IlC, lb
off - - 'OO Hew artl
iiiiiLruiia ui.i r $29 '
iE. J. T r2 IV -r -rwrs. wn. I r-thtaif ai U
Tl -?- ' '1 i . - - -- ''-' "
r--ft-cu-vi 13r.Kt:ler petble Ittiettxnnt Ic
Srniw 1 - '" ' aa - - enrtf -N-r-.i. -
r.. .t PVs-t - P TTJ-L iti jL-h AT" - I'
I . I'T jL US. uuT rW. I'i-.
iu-kv"-!" M " " 'j -iTi.( r !l" ila K t
r-mcM-.lia-t -a U - 1 - - ' lar.-e- 1 w, K
l.i.Smtm. Pii-'.r.' I 1 - -
tJU-rv Vm)- n..rtr -.rr- i- - r- 1
cznhbec Nsnur- -" r lit I'Ih"..w
Jan 25 tdiw-lw
CA .11 VII OltnE"
The Great IhscoTerj- for tbe .mined ate rel e
care of Rheumatism. Nearaiia. bprains. Bru -Paina.
btraina, Stiff Joinu. &w11iob. lnflan. ,
tioaa. Bcniona. CataTh.Jte..4c. It wil. Bot?rea.-r -itain.
and for the toilet is a ixunry m ever fan.
Thoniaadfl w II and now tester to iv rreat ac f
Try it. Pr ce per bottle. S- centa. REll;F
HOVr. Prop'r, JuJ araenwich fat.. K. Y Jja l
rilHE HIGHEST MEDICAL AUTHORITIES Or
X KCROPE say tb Btrunzeat Tome, Pur.Oer arx:
Oeobaxnient kbown to tbe medical world it
J Ult JJBEBA.
It arreatt deear of ntal forrea. exhaajTum i the
1 nervous rynem, retore nsor to the deb.l t-ited,
c)eanreeTttiatd blood. remoTea Te?icle bptrurt in."
t and act direetlr on tbe Liver and Spleen. Pr.ce
j SI a bottle. JOILN V KELLOGs, l pt: tit.. N.
! Jan 13 tdJtw4w
. Tin: i-otvi:!,!- ti:m iunii:it xyt
ti:v.m iici pi.vti: untiis.
MAN CFAtTC RERS of and dealer n Steam
Boiler- Rotary Eleachen. HjrLiw Ke r faa
ometen. Water and O Tank. On St lie Ic. Ir n
llr.dies. and Roofn. al all descrption- ' Piatf
I Iron Work-, inclndins Penbtka. numea, Quarter
Turns. Elbowa. Ar.. for Tu-b ne Wheel Work A1--Pobb:n'
lmproied IJotl4w Steam Pre Plate
I with Hydraulic and Power Prease " a!, mr.es.
Woollen Uod9 Manufacturers. Hepa r n l ne
' with pmaipuie-s and aatiafaction rnaranteed. W
hare on hand uirevteconil-banii Tutuiar ---4
feet diameter and P feet lonz. - nth Tu ?
l.'i feet Ions;, tt-borae power eacl.. Aj-ot.at. I'.iru
Boiler and Eninnt-.r home power, a.: t- wh -u-r
warrantad in swd order. Also one new uit .i
' AKin. h horse power beeond-hant I' ter
taken in part payment tor new. Order- ' ma i
' taltecrapb promptly attended to.
I RICHAR1 DOBBINS. -n,.t
t MRS. KUZABETn ImBB1NS. Admin is-:: x
I I utv-n near Meehan t" Mill. Lowell. Va."
I lee Is womJtillw
lla. in; Porrha-t-l anl Kei-i let ft
filtl. T 1 I 1. I.
Farmer!) ownniant ran liv J. 3l.i.REi. 'K a -i
1 am prepareti ... .1-ail manner fi rsitniir,
lite suttrteet n.ttiee anl :n lite lw-t manner, it-u
Flour and Fees! i: til k.nd. a pt cio-t.i'. .
baavd. and inr sale as i..w a- can Im? .Din-vie 1
11 s KKM'
Jan. -V Ic'l Jinsr fCseex Jan -I ion. V
IlltVA VT A. -.TH ITTO-I Itllllt.
ronac .r kitTiiT. raarAiuiT.iUT ti i.i-i.
The atad ea embnfe.1 n the i.lan . tin s,
aad deait-TMtd Tttr tho-M-imp 1. win. it....- . . (.. -
rottd kTsttsBst tije Elem.-n: i-. r-
I BT 8I.ALF S.O IstfaLr IVIl't
Coilllllert-inl Al illiliK'li. .
(otai.i-iF'.i'oKrKarTlcAi.aprLit ati. . ivli n
. .iliiliK-rcitil M rilini:.
trre ars ial .crEBatt a t,. ur.. u i .
KKLATIC TV aiUtTlABI.E PAPRK t.-Tli.
All of wli i-h are especiall) nec--s.-,
attspte.1 t. ( i.m.nen-ial purptH.-,.
Tfieae des.nnrut accomplish nutrvrti i-i
inrlnded m tbe atsire stuilies ma iM-,ts - n t
of las loll... in- stod es, viz Kam-i VVi n
$iu.ats.. tanaaiiAa m.I AriTMrrt. iot ....
tbesa as as,- au- ...die- sepan.t.
I rnpils reevi.rti at ao) l me ' ther ..-f . it-ir
Iaresr dt-tirin; .-1. i.lren e.ln.-ate.l n i .... n .
prartu-ai wanner ar.- inv leO I. ela'ti lie i
r..s o .1... Sk-i,,.,!,
Calal.tirue pt !ree 1't.mmnn n- -It u
addressed V.1 ta.i.n;1..n street, a- sm i
interview- may I had frum'a. m. nut
t'losed batnrua . a.
II F. IIIBCAKH I'r ii . i
N. B.-Tliis RcSot.l will I remoTed a i- a
seeks u it n.-w liail.tinc.li.tw in prt.s-t- .
aaerJoa,eq-Ber Essex arsi tTajtbinTto a street- -
raan previous k. thv fire.
An-nst I wty
VLL ..vnin tis "msa l.re.1 Arv.b ro M.--- i-reto.-etFd
aMt at the Vie'ld.., h-u-i- s
Alaana, v t.. on Taeetlav . Felt. tth. at 1 1 . i ..k
ia.. to take aeecssarv measure- It romi a .thi -llentlaook.
rpllB.VSKBAL JlEBTIMi at tbe Chamo: . i 1
X tual Fire lasaraaae Comiama . will u i.c
their eflea, ia ISurliactna, V t.. Tues.U. . .VI
loth. 1-74. at 1 1 o'clock a. u.
lil bAYLK .NICHOLS is.-
coit.Mrr., Ai.Tns ititiTni:st.
Aad all other Hacd InatruinenL
10U.SS. VIALAS. VI0LINCELLOS. IHIll.L'
llASsK,, AIRCIU'-.TR.LA !U
l'l.IIMllls tVtllil-. VltMC mill..
Prjee from $X. to $Ai.
PRUJIS AN 1 FIFK lor Seldiers. The w -t ..I I
TARS for Uoitar players. In fact . mo- .
Instruments in common use. of ho best m-iifr .
Alse all thin-s needed u. replace lost os-t-t Is
strum.nls. YtoltaandliuiUrslnnanda. Jlu
Jlereaandisd. lur sale by
J. C. 1IATSES 1 CO..
CturtSt, Boston, 10pp. the Court llouic.1
Jan. 23 deodAwtf
B. S. NICHOLS & CO.,
Board Planers. Sha.linr. Wittr WhwU. Had n.
JMllls, Saw MIIIi, lirlit MiiiiJlarble M lUJ.a"(
3Iul9.Papcr5Iill.n(Ty Forinm ani Bw.t-.
for Coau and Itrul'tw.I'iitent bUn lh
Cen. latent llinti Saw?, Iore low
rf, bteam Cnrm. lioilc-n aod
I'ump, JlVon Fenian,! Kn !
inzs. Iron and linn
AISO DUUM II
BT1L9I AI UAH K1TTI.S
OF ALL KINDS.
LscMlirr ud lCnblr. Jlrltli.t; iml llor.
Patent Steam Patrkinr. Morse'i Twi.tj Irillj,CoTlis
Knneii and W'ortl.instoni Pumjeei.
PIONKER EUILPING, BURLICTl)N, T
B. S. MCIIOLS,
Feb.21-Hlwlr y, a. uotitilN.
MTHEVJS 8 DAVIS.