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. V heeler was
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ita-tv and en-
Lei.. B. Porter
, 1 n Monday,
o the railroad
cur-i a tickets
iu f J-4 ,000.
w. - taken ti
n . - :ainent in
d - agent for
tic tapers at
ith 1 candi
on the Demo
county, N. 11..
, in dclanlt of j
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lli.ii. whose death, .it
- ear. at Canton, N
nanothir column, was
bat spent the .
named ale in
nned 1 he 'on-
In l-.V. he !
I her -un. Mr.
Y., and of her
it, i f Burling-
M -.at ks, of Canton.
the first Congrega-..r-rton,
with the Con
1 Kee-cville. and with
.r !i in Canton , and
1 e .r-i-ieit Chntian
ide ol the
i' 1 orted. u
1 1 jilature
i.n the ea-
1 ith the lormation of a
1' it-ter asthe -hire town.
. w-ral of the counties
t the mountain will be
other pr ijects is one
f the county -eat of Ad-
I rm another county
h.n of Addison, the
llutlani with a law
locating the c junty
1 1 '1 r in, -lup ex
1 to th. city, and
!i the ennont, was
ir. I In Ihe returu of
drunken crowd be came
l.rt atcn inland some of them
tr. in one ol tbc cars,
von- went .nto tho car
er. and after a hard tussle
1 ni; the disturbance and
r m the car-. Before this
ver, i ur P' the drunken
r i ir jure 1. i.rd one, at
1 'if window ..1 tho car
i. as weil a- ,t c up!e of
1 ,ien'l pri nejunj
' 1 ' r li at the Corners arc
' c-'i'i' in repnr- on the
1 ' lit 1 It is 10 iking a d
- t'te hrtter in iouk.
' 'i' - ! ad his new barn struck
' ' rcuot.v. The fluid passed
'. wn 1 ue o I the posts to a
1 1 and jas-ed out
1 ' 11 i .1 f.ivr in tneyatd.
r irciii..;i(; m this vicinity
n -. .rn:,nj ex; t.t, chiefly among
-..OS '.ire I M. SninMieif i
' r s x and t S l-a.-j, risal-o sufrenn
' attarlc ,r ,., d.-ea-e. He is
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w" 1 " to fci" bo
Tot Gru list.
Hon. Georcc Nichols. Secretary of State
furnishes the following abstracts of tbe
grand list of the State for the yean 1S75
and 1S70 :
Gbxsd List or Ve&uost roa 1573.
Ral estate, appraised at $?l,106,7d 00
1'ersonal estate, appraised at... 13,3;6t7G6 00
ToUl $59,493 26 (U
ud per cent. 01 wmcn is............ Y)i,JSj J&
Aaajious, 7u,isnai ij....!iio,;r tt)
-ess deductions 3.467 00
Io;M9,lte it 1
Lilt for State taxes...
i 156,033 01
1 ,150,503 26
(ieind List or Vxriiost roa 1576.
Ileal ute. annralsed at
li 519.312 00
Tersonal e rate, appraised at
One per cent, ot which Is
Add pull,. J71,iT.l,at $.'...
Leae deductions 3,594
'"s 1--. 2 at 1...
ToU. ' st for State taiM
Tbejtcif Maine, in recent yean, has
been as follows on the Uubernatorial elec
The sinallness of th Kcpublican majority
lat jear derived exceptional importance
from the size of tho total Tote. In the elec
tion for doTernor in 1572, a special reason
was aigncd for the size of the Republican
majority in the Democratic dissensions that
year, huh caused many Democrats to re
fuse to vote for their own nominee.
TLt Whitehall lluslcr.
'H TORT TOR THE BrRLI.NGTOX riKEUEN.
At the Whitehall firemen's muster,
Monday, our Uurlington boys, the (iarry-owen-.
won the first prhe $100 in tho
rcmarkalile time ol 1.23. In tho foot races,
Niott w. n the first prize in 52 seconds, and
HathuKay tho second both Iiurlington
1 hy-. veil done, Garrvowcn.
Cos i ui atici Hi IU rlisotos. Tho convo
cation of Burlington held its annual meet
ing in Ktnmanuel Chureh, Georgia, begin
ning on Tuc-day. Sept. 5th. There wero
present in attendance on the convocation,
the Ke . Dr. Swell, dean of tho convoca
tion, the Kcv. J. Isham Bliss, rector of tbe
parish, and the Hev. Messrs. Graves, of
Winoo-ki, Atwill. ol Iiurlington, and
White, uf Kaosburgh. At tbe first service,
Tuesday crening, an eloquent sermon was
preached by tbe roctor. On Wednesday
morniiig tho Holy Communion was cele
brated, the dean presiding. In the after
noon the sermon was by the Rev Mr.
White At tbe evening mis-ionary meet
ing addrc-es were made by the Iter. Messrs.
White and Atwill. Wednesday morning a
sermon was preached by the Iter. Mr.
A bite . afternoon sermon by Rev. Mr.
(rave- . evening sermon by Rev. Mr. At
will. 'I he congregations were good, par
ticularly at the evening services, when the
beautilol little church was well filled. At
tbe bu-me.s meeting tbe Rev- Mr. Atwill was
unanimously elected secretary and treasur
er, ,n place of the Rev. Mr. I'utnam, re
moved from the bounds of the convocation.
Ai 1 1 pi.ii. I'riah Covey, vtbo was hurt
on the railroad, tbe other day, died at the
Basswood House, Kast Alburgb. and not at
hi mother's, as reported.
W V Lewis, of this town, has proved
hims:H uite a political prophet. Un
election day, previous to tbe ballot for
Town Representative, he wrote on the
stove pipo in the Town Hall, "Ladd's ma
1 irity 110." and this was just tbe majority
of Mr LadJ. For Sheriff he said 180 raa
lonty. and the Sheriff bad 163. When the
first repnrt of the State came out of 2s,000
majority, he said it would be 24,500, and
irom present appearances be will not be far
out of the way. He says Hayes and Wheel
er arj sure of the election.
s me mereant took tbe nut off from the
wheel of Mr. John McGreggor's wagon
wh.lc he wa at tbe caucus, Saturday night.
Fortunately it was discovered before any
accident happened. On Wednesday morn
ing Mr. MoGreggcr found a valuable
yourg Lor, which he was keeping for
breed, with it- leg broken near the knee.
It had the appearance of being broken by
some otic who held tbe horse by the bead
and 'ruek tbe leg with an aie. It is
tho .12 lit t'-at the same party committed
bot'i of the dastardly acta. s.
Bold Outrage la ortaOrld, Mian.
IESIr..ME ITTEMIT TO E011 a UASE TBI
ra-llllR 111 RbKKED TWO ol TUE ROBUERS
kit I Ll
About -'o'clock, last Thursday afternoon,
Sept. 7th. eight men well mounted and
armed with navy revolvers, entered the
town 'of Xorthtield, Minn. Drawing their
revolvers, and putting their horses into a
full jiallop.they dashed through the street",
shouting t j tbe people on the walks to get
inside, and accompanying their shouts with
the nio-t fiendish curses and imprecations.
Proceeding to the bank, three entered it,
-prang tver the counter, and ordered tbe
eashur, J. L. Haywood, with a knife to his
throat to open tbe vault. At tbe same time
all the persons in the bank, A. E. Bunker,
mutant cashier, and Frank Wilcox, clerk
wcreorjerc, to hold op their band?. Hay-
,r,wwl rr-fnd tn nne-n the moneT vault.
though his neck had been slightly scratched
with a knife. Still persisting, tbe robbers
i.ut a ni-tol to his right templo and fired
ll.,.,.... .1 lll AaaA Thtv thin turned to
Hunk.nd orJ.red him to open the
,ault Hesaidhedid not know the com.
Kmatmn A thA rnhners made demon-
-tration toward him he ran out the back
door. Ibey tired at him, snooting mm
throuirli the runt snouiuer. -nr. I.
u-us nut intprfprntl with.
While three of tho men were engaged in
the hank the others stood on the street
threatening to shoot anyone who interfered,
and tirinir several harmless shots. I'istols
and guns were quickly secured by the citi
zen-, ana a yoong man, nameu nucciei,
ir..in r uinilnu- ol the oDDosite building.
oieknl off one nf -the villains, shooting him
throueb the heart. Another shot, thought
to hn from Wheeler, immediately alter
prostrated another, when the robbers
mounted their horses and beat a retreat.
The third robber was bit. but escaped. A
baLd of fittv citizens was organized, and
headed by Wheeler started in pursuit. At
lust accounts the robbers had not been
C111HL0TTK. Mr. Harris Yale, of Water
town, N.Y.,whois visiting hisbrothcr W. L
alo here, met with a sad accident on Tues
day last. He fell from a scaffolding somo
embt feet high and fractured a rib, besides
bruisinj and lamiug him. His brother was
I with biai and fell with him to tne grounu
j They were found lying ide by side unable
I to -tir. but, fortunately .his brother escaped
; Mr. Myron Hoford has a lino cranberry
natch. He realize a bandsomo sum from
it every year.
Tbe farmers now are very buy threshing
grain and digging potatoes. The potatoe
crop w ill be very small this year, but tee
quality of them will bo very hno.
Mr. O. II. Alexander eihibitcd a most ex
tensive and most expensive variety of pota
toes at our County Fair, and, as usual, took
the second priz:.
Tiut Hydii'aRK OcTRiGE. It is Mated
that the reported tramp outrage upon Mrs.
l'erry. of Hydcpark, sometimo since, was
not committed by tramps at all. Terry
has been in the habit of brutally beating bis
wife, and sho herself filled her mouth with
stones and dirt and took the chloroform
that mado Tier insensible. All tho broken
windows, and threatening letters tucked
under the doors, are traced to tho family
themselves . The whole region has been
frightened for weeks over thco supposed
tramps, but tbc object of the imposition is
not very apparent.
Cast'.sc out Devils. Some years ago
when 'ildc r Halo was settled in V, aterford.
he preached a sermon in which he had
somfJiing to say about casting out devils.
Unc'eAsallovey bearing about it and,
wisaing to plague the preacher, began to
question Ml a about such nonsense being
Accepted as literally true. .".Now," said he
"Vccordinc to your doctrine I have a devil
in ,ne and d.) you suppose it would bo pos-
over seriously, for K&S:
"No sir, not and have anything left.
THE BURLINGTON. VT.. FREE
THE VKUMOJIT STATE FAIB.
rajsncT or as ijiinextlv srccES'tci, ar-
The first day .TuesdayScpt. 12th,of the 20th
annual fair of the Vermont Stata Agricul
tural Society and Wool Growers' Associa
tion, opened auspiciously at St. Albans.
Bcllevue Driving Park, which is situated
one half mile from the village on an eleva
tion commanding a charming view of tho
lako and mountains, has tho advantage and
merit of new building and structures, with
all the improvements and conveniences that
time and cxperienco has suggested or de
sired. The track Is a half mile one, and
prononnced by all horsemen to be the best
course in tho State, and tbe fast timo that has
been mads at races heretofore corroborates
Tho show of stock and cattle is said by
tho-c competent to judge to be superior
both in variety and fineness of breed, and in
point of numbers, to exceed that of any pre
vious fair of the society.
The Ransom Guard Battalion Band ol 21
pieces, Henry W . Hatch leader, furnish
music for tho three days of tho Fair, which
is a guaranty that it will be first-clas, and
of a meritorious order.
Bernini I)R YVeilue-ttitr.
A n.VE PAY AND AN IMMENSE ATTENDANCE
The second day of tho State Fair opened
under the mo-t favorable au-piccs. The
weather was delightfully clear and bracing,
a sufBcient number of entries had been
made t3 secure a gratifying success in that
respect, and at an early hour tbe pcoplo
began to flock in by hundreds. At tho
time of the races, in tbe afternoon, it was
estimated ty competent judges that eight
or nine thousand pcoplo were on tho
grounds, and the total receipts of the Fair,
we arc informed, will reach six or eight
thousand dollars, against four thousand
five bundled at Rutland, last year.
T11E DISrLATS FLORAL HALL.
During the entire day Floral and Me-
hanics halls wero crowded with visitors,
throng succeeding throng in apparently
never-ending succession. Both halls were
well filled and pre-entcd a fine appearance.
Of tho displays which attracted more espe
cial attention, and whioh wero of particu-
ar interest, we noted tbc following :
Tho Burlington Shirt Company show a
ca-e of their shirts, collars and cuffs, cut in
the late-t styles, thoroughly mado, nicely
lanndriod and altogether in apple-pie order.
A nobby "dream dress" attracted a good
deal ol attention, as well as mammoth sets
of cuffs and collars, and the entire di-play
was a very creditable one.
Mitchell & Roberts, of this city, have a
case of handsome plated ware, and K. 11.
Huntington, of St. Albans, shows an exten
sive assortment of fancy clocks, silverware,
George K. Edson, ol St. AlbAns, shows a
case of stuffed birds a very pretty thing.
ot up in excellent style and C. C. G.
Horslev. of Weston, has a noticeably fine
collection of dried flowers, gras-es, etc
Tho Singer Sewing Machine Company
how five styles of their excellent and popu
lar machines and their department is the
centre of attraction for the ladies. Mr. D.
X. Nicholson, the efficient and gentlemanly
manager for this vicinity, gives his personal
attention to this exhibition, and the display
is certainly a fine one and entirely worthy
oftbis great corporation. Over the ma
chines is suspended a fine chromo-litbo-
grapb, showing tho various factories, etc.,
of the Singer company. No rival machine
put.in an appearance, and if it bad it would
undoubtedly have been neatly and satisfac
Mrs. A. I'. Burns, ol this city, has cases
of hair goods and hair jewelry and some
fancy work on exhibition all nicely dono
and making n handsome show.
H. A. A. K. B. Lyon, of St. Albans, have
ome handsome Estey oran-, on which
most excellent music was di-coursed during
Some good oil paintings aro contributed
by Mrs. George Shattuck and Mrs. George
Dr. W. s. Johnson, of Milton, shows a
case of bis well-known family medicines.
embracing thirty distinct remedies, all
originated and manufactured by himself.
The Lamoille Mills, rairfax talis, have
twenty-three pieces of woollen cloths for
men's wear, and several samples of yarns.
A large share of the space i- taken up by
several ol" the St. Albans merchants, who
show carpets, ready-made clothing, etc..
whioh fill up the -pace very handsomely
and are good advertisements.
The display of fancy work ls simply
bewildering, and speaks volumes for the
skill and industry of thewomenof Vermont.
There are tidies enough to cover .Mount JUn-
field.and quilts enough to keep all ermont
warm, while of unspeakably mysterious fem
inino garments, fearfully and wonderfully
made and embroidered, tbe number is be
yond description At every turn, too.
pious mottoes, measly rugs, composite bed
spreads and painfully elalmrate embroidery,
burst upon tbe the visitor's astonished
gaze. In short the display was a very choice
and eitensive one, and was hung over in
rantnres by spectators of tho softer sex.
And. last, but not least, tbe hall was
beautified by a splendid collection of raro
tropical plants Irom the gardens 01 Hon. .1
11. S. White, of Shelburn, has an exceed
ingly fine collection of apples and pears
110 varieties of the former ana Jj 01 me
latter. O. C. Waite. of Georgia, also nas
a rood display of apples somo three score
varieties and a choice show ot preservca
fruits of various kinds, and boxed ami ex
tracted honey. It. I'. Meech, of Shelburn
chnu-s snms nice nears and apples ; 0. B.
Landon. of Milton, some lino grapes; and
Henrv Bryant, of St. Albans, an excellent
assortment of fruits and vegetables. One
of the most attractive features of tho ball
is the fine display of hot house grapes and
peaches and of numerous fruits and vege
tables by Hon. J. Gregory Smith.
Doublediy, Petty Co., of t inoosEi
show three sets of chamber furnituro which
wero much admired; W. F. Moulton, ot this
city, shows his well-known oaves troughs
and conductors, and J. V. Ferguson, of
F.-sei. his natcnt bureau milk pan. In this
latter article, there is, as might be expected
a large display and lively competition
Rioley Sons (Don A. Wilkinson agent in
this city) have a largo display of their ce
ment Dine, the sale of which h increasing
year by year as farmers and others become
better acquainted with its merits
Thero is a magnificent display of cattle
the best, wo aro assured by competent
iudges, ever soon at a State Fair. It is cer
tainly well worth seeing. We note a few
of the many entries. I.. S. Drew, of South
Burlington, shows his fine herd of Ayr-
ehires. which attract deserved attention.
W.F.Kay. of Ravensdale, (Phillipsburg),
P. Q., has choice herds of thoroughbred
short-horns and Ayrshires. L. A. Jackson,
of Milton, and I. T Parris, of Fairfax, have
good herds of Ayrshires. George L. Rey
nolds, of South Burlington, exhibits bis
heard of twelve thoroughbred short-borns,
and herds of the same strain are shown by
L. C. Fisher, of Cabot, Heman Hopkins,
Jr., 01 Montgomery. A. A. Moore, of East
Berkshire, and C. K. Gray, of Eift Mont
pclicr. Peter I.eclair, ofWinooski, exhi
bits his fine herd of Jerseys.
C. K. Frost, of Highgate, J. Gregory
Smith, of St. Albans, (eleven head). Boy
den & Carter, of Randolph, Joseph Battell,
of Ripton, (thirteen head), show herds of
Jerseys, tbe total reaching some CO or 70
head. In Devons, Boyden .t Carter, of
Randolph, aro tho principal exhibitors,
showing twelve head of fine cattle. George
Davis, of East Montpelier, shows six head.
H.N. Tracy, of Essex, exhibits bis three-year-old
Guernsey bull. Brigham & Van
Sicklcn show some fine steers and working
Joseph Ballard, of Georgia, shows a
magnificent yoke of matched steers Short
horn Darhams only three years old and
weighing no less than 4, ICG pounds.
In awine there was a moderate display,
the principal contributors being O. S. Bliss.
of Georgia ; J. R. Holyoak, or St. Albans ;
II. N. Tracy, of Essex ; and AV. F. Kay, of
Phillipsburg, P. Q.
In sheep, large and fine flocks of Cots
wolds were shown by G. P. Conger, of
Georgia; II. W. Davis, of Alburgb Springs;
R. G. Hill, of Elmoro ; G. W. Flagg, of
Braintrce; U. C. Kibbeo, of Berkshire, and
Peter Robinson, of Lacolle. Spanish Merinos
wero shown by A. K Fuller, of Pomfrct
(a noticeably fine flock), A. E. Perkins, of
the same place, II. C. Burwell, of Pomfret,
R. J. Jones, of West Cornwall and J . T.
Stickncy, of Whiting. SDuthdowns were
exhibited by C. II. Gray, of East Montpe
lier, II. 0. Smith, of Pomfret. aud W. F.
Kay, of Phillipsburg, P. Q., while Lincoln
ahoep arc shown by Peter LeClair, of Wi
nooski. The display of sheep, as might be
inferred, is a remarkably choice and exten
In tho afternoon, first on tho programme
came tbe address by ex-Governor f rederick
Smyth, of Manchester, N. II., one of the
Granite State's most . pected and honored
sons, who gracefully combines agriculture
and banking, and who for many years has
been an ofS.'er in tho New England and
Now Hampshiro Agricultural societies.
Gov. Smyth's address was a plain, prac
tical, common sense talk, and it was
received with marked attention. We regret
that undue modesty on tho part of tho
distinguished speaker prevents us from
giving his excellent address in full. Ho
spoke of tho advantages of Vermont as an
agricultural State ; of tho necessity of
using the best materials, and bence of
attending such occasions as this and seeing,
each for himself, the best and latest inven
tions and improvements. Gov. Smyth then
pas.-cd a glowing eulogy on agriculture,
and spoke of the application of mind and
thought and mechanical ingenuity to its
work ; of tho necessity of study and of tho
dvantages of small larms, and closed with
expressing his pleasure at the success of the
pro.ent fair and a brief nottco of tho ben
efits of such an ccca-ion.
At tho closo of tbe address came tho
races, lhe-o were closely contested, re
markably interesting, particularly the 2 3-
race, and were watched with eager inteie-t
by the vast concourse. Tho first resulted ss
THREE-HIS 01 E Ril E-
First premium $50, second 2. third $10. 1 in ' to
O. 8. Sollace'a !.!;. Giflord Boy I 1 1
v K. liokomb't Island Bor ' '
UtUiu Bros.' Coachman 3 4 :
. M IWmey.cli. s. Leas :.
A William., eh. in.Ablile.M B i 3
. A. Brown's b. m. Nellie lirown 5 o f.
Time 2 49 , J 47 , 2.47.
TWO THIRTT-EIOHT RACE.
Owing to the latene-s of tho hour our re
porter was obliged to leave the ground be
fore tbo completion of this trot. 1 be first
two heats resulted as follows
T. M. Tieroe a br Barner Kelly 3 l
K. K. llowara-s . m. tua ie i s
L'ttonlirw.' Blacl Iieiter 2 3
11. S. smith's Lady Smith 4
T A. Cutting's Alena W '
Time, l 41. -'41.
The following is a summary of tho races
trotted Tue-day afternoon
Purse of fl.s-f.10 and $10 -for mated horses : best
i. to harneea.
I'tton Bros' ' 1
,. 3. Bedart's - -
E.A. iloleuab J J
Time. ' . 4.
Puna ot Ui :, tin and f". tor three-joir-
hdtrard Hmee. b. s. Star Ethan I 1
oha Boshee. Bay blll.n i i
u. union, or. r;. mown i.c .
llarver. b. z. Brown lick 4 I
K. T. Bruwnell. oh. m. Bi; llirl e 5
T. btiekuev. b. s. Henrv Allen b
uhn llnlman. b. a. Fred Lambert S -
A. L. Witters, oh. m. Annie Lane dr.
Time. 3 23. '. li.
i'arae Jsf-.t, $r. anl ft 'for four-year-olds.
II. 1. U. Is. nib. Island Iley 1 i I
A. v.ni.axa. n a r - - -
. Harvey, I. m farin aloniton i 4 1
. iv. 4 arit. n. t. m. isancy i - 1
. F. Predmiire. b. . C. i. Root '
. II. lHv.a, b. m. Jennie dr.
Time, 3 f, i n-i, . '.
We are compelled to postpone until uar
next edition many items of interest connect
ed with the fair.
W aterville. The lecture given here on
Friday eveninc. September 1. by Hon. Geo.
W. Hendee, was one of the best political
addresses ever made in tbts town. The ar
guments were very convincing, and all pres
ent, both Republicans and Democrats, gave
good attention to tne speaEer s remans.
Our town meeting passed off with un
usual quietness. The strife for Representat
ive was between two staunch republicans.
Varnus P. Locke and Henry Wilbur. The
few Democrats in town cast their votes for
these candidates, and at the fourth ballot
Mr. Wilbur was declared elected by two
majority. About 120 votes were cast the
largest vote in thi town lor many years.
Mr. Julius Carpenter, who has been stop
ping at the Mountain Spring House for the
past lew weeks, left for his home in Colum
bia, S. C., on Siturday morning last.
Our select school commenced on Wednes
day of last week and up to the preent time
there hare been 2s pupils in attenaance.
Mrs. Brush, relict of the late Orli
Brush, died at the residence of A. B.
Water's, on Sunday, Sjpt 3J. Her funeral
was attended on "cdnc-day ol last wees Dy
Rev. E. Wbeelock, of Cambridge.
Aranss the Border. The recent fire at
St- Hyacintne, Canada, it was fit-t reported
was started by children playing with match
es, but a man named Blanchette and sev
eral others have now been arrested on sus
picion of having set fire to their premi-esto
obtain the in-urance. The evidence against
Blanchette annears tobe very strong Ibere
was a great scramblo for goods by thieves,
over whom the authorities had no control.
Thrco lire engines were deserted and burned.
The number of pcoplo reported houseless is
2.000 Bread is being supplied irom Mon
treal, and tho houseless ones are sutlertng
The last issue of tho Quebec ojiaal (a
elle contiins notice ot tho seizure of tbo
roadway of tho South histern Railway
Company from Vet Farnham to the bound
ary line, in the suit of Philo Lamkins, of
Riceburz, who obtained judgement last
year lor G.000 damages against tbc com
pany, as recompense ior injuries suiaiueu
by him at the aecident near i.icnioru. in
Auuust. IB7I. The description ol the land
seized occupies seven columns of tho (ia-
zettc. The railway is announced to Le sold
atKnowlton, next January.
'evrs by Telegraph,
rnr. maijk i:i.i:ctijs.
A ltepiibllcan Vlclorj Lnrcc Tteliubllcmi
;nliis Miam ltcrorm lt-lml.ril.
RErCULICAN MAJORITT 1NCREASIN0 AS THE RE
TURNS COME IN.
ArcrsTA, Me.,Stpt. 13. Returns mostly
official from 3S0 towns in a total vo'.o of
125,771, givo Connor 70,530, Talbot 55,211;
Connor's majority 15,C?i). Tho same towns
last year in a total voto of 103.531 gave
Connor 53,b70, and Roberts 40,001. Con
nor's majority 4.200 a Republican gain of
Portland, Mo. 13. Returns thus far on
tho TOte for representative givo 100 Repub
lican and 21 Democratic representatives
elected. Thirty towns to hear from will
probably make a final showing of 111 Re
publicans and 40 Democrats.
CONGRATULATORY SPEECH TR0M MR. ELAINE.
Augusta. Me. Sept. 11. At tho large
gathering assembled to-nigbt to hear the
election returns, Mr. Blaine was loudly
called for and in response spoko as follows
Friends and townsmen : I havo never
assisted in securing a republican victory in
Maine tbat gave me tbo profound and
heartfelt gratification derived from the
work of to-day. At tbe moment of Gov.
Hayes nomination for tho presidency, I
hastened to tolegraph him that Maine
would speak forth her approval no doubt
ful tones. I sent this assurance not only to
tbo standard bearer of tbe great party to
which 1 am proud to belong, but to a per
sonal friend for whom I entertain tbe
warmest regard and tho most sincere re
spect. I am sure the whole country will
take the result in Maino to-diy as a most
significant indication of that larger and
grander victory which will preserve the
power of tbe nation in the hands of tboso
who believe we are a nation. The people of
Maine act independently and vote intelli
gently ana tney nave to-day indignantly ro
lusedtobe transferred to tbe agents and
tbe allies of tho confederate power in tbo
snuth. and tbe sister states of Maine tbat
fought by her side in the war for the Union
will stand by ber side, in the position she
has taken to-day. Mark that ' Gentlemen,
I bid you good night, and I bid you good
cheer lor the morrow.
Tiin."vi:u voiiit .4vKit.4Hsim
tflofcmor Mot Ran?a letter of Arceiitance,
Niw York, Sept. 9. Ihe following is
Got. Morgan's letter of acceptance :
Nitr York, Sept. 5th. 1876.
lion. John M. Francis, President
Diar Sir 1 haTe receiTtd tout letter
1 officially informingme of my nomination for
PRESS. FRIDAY MOBNLV&. SEPTEMBER 15. 1876.
Governor by the Republican State Conven
tion which met at Saratoga Springs, on the
23rd of August. It is indeed a great honor
and one that I highly appreciate to receive
again the nomination for Governor of the
State of New York, and I desire to make
my cordial acknowledgement therefor. Al
ready through the favor andpartiality of the
peoplo I have held the office two full terms,
one term in a time of peace and ono when
the country was at war lor the preservation
of tho Union. While I did not seek tho
nomination at this time, it is prized nono
the less on that account, and leaves ms no
alternative but to formally and gratefully ac
cept it. If tbe nomination should bo rati
fied at the polls 1 shall hope to discharge
the bigh duties of tho office so as to meet
the approval of all just men. Tho resolu
tions of the convention embodying
as they do tho platform adopted by
the last republican national convention,
together with tho excellent letters of ac
ceptance of our candidates for President
and Vice-President, meet my cordial ap
proval, and asl have in messages and in
various other ways so often mado public
my views in relation to proper management
of affairs of state, and so recently as tho
Hth of June last in calling the Republican
National Convention to order, expressed
my opinion upon prominent national ques
ti as now attracting tho public attention,
it would appear to bo unnecessary to extend
this communication. 1 have tho honor to
bo with much respect, very truly yours,
E. D. Moroan.
."Ir. ItocerVa Acceptance.
Mr. Sherman S. Rogers, tbo nominee for
lieutenant governor, also writes a letter
accepting tho nomination in which ho says:
"The statement of sound political ideas
made by the Cincinnati convention, sup
plemented by the resolutions of tho conven
tion, over wnich you presided expresses tbe
convictions of tho only party to wtiich, as I
believe, tho .control ot the national and
state affairs can safely bo entrusted. I have
no intention to enlarge upon the principles
so enumerated, but desire simply to express
my concurrence therein."
The 3Inhacliilsclt ISrimtcrnts.
TUET NOMINATE CHARLES rRANCIS ADAMS 1 OR
GOVERNOR THE REST 01' THE TICKET.
Worcester, Mass., Sept. 7. In the con
ention, yesterday altcrnoon. Gov. Gaston
made bis appearance on tho platform a few
minutes before two o'clock, said ho appear
ed for the purpO'-eof withdrawing his name
from the convention, and then amid cheers
moved tho nomination of Mr. Adams. .Mr.
Aspinwall, of Brooklinc seconded the mo
tion. Tho motion to nominate Mr. Adams
was put and carried, but not unanimously.
Several delegates called for the " noes, "
but they wero not taken. Three cheers were
then given fur Mr. Adams.
William Gaston was then nominated for
elector at largo after considerable endeavor
to nominato him for Lieutenant-Governor.
EJward Avery was then chu.-cn as tho
Tbe balance of the State ticket will be as
follows Lieutenant-Governor, William R.
Plunkett, of Pittsfield ; Secretary of State,
Edwin II. Lathrop, of Springfield ; Audit
or, John E Fitzgerald, of Boston ; Treas
urer, Westun Howland, of Fairhavcn ; Attorney-General,
Richard Olney, ol Boston.
ll'. llutler rVoiiihialdt liir ('onutr.
A MOTION TO MAKE HIS NOMINATION TNAM
Boton, Mass., Sept. 13. The Conuress
ional Convention to nominate a candidate
in the 7th dt-trict. met at Lowell to-day
and Gen. B. F. Butler was nominated on
the first ballot wbich was as follows
Whole number of votes 100 . necessary to a
choicest. Butler received SI ; William A.
Rus-ell, of Liwrenec, 13, Carroll 1).
Wright, of Reading, U. A motion to make
Butler's nomination unanimous was lot.
about ten delegates voting in opposition- A
committee was appointed to wait on Butler
and invite his attendance. On entering the
hall ho was wildly received and made an
extemporaneous speech. Carroll D.Wright
was nominated for Presidential elector by
Siov . Tllilru. Ir fence A l'i 111. 1 1 lie 4'1-itrur
f I'rrjur) .
a i Eur thin storv, to av the least.
New inik, Sjpt. 13 The Herald says it
is authorized to announce on information
deemed authentic, not, however, from Gov.
lilden direct, that the following will lie his
lino of defenco on the income return perjury
In l-fil, the year of the alleged filse re
turns, his twij brothers, Henrv and Moses,
were m the chemical manufacturing busi
ness in Lebanon, but financially embar
rassed to such a degree tbat ruin was
inevitable unless prompt and ample relief
came tj hand. In this crisis Gov. Tilden
advanced, at different date-, large sums of
monov amounting to several hundred thou
sand dollars, out of his earnings, all or
nearly all of which was lost. Tdis ho
claims left his income at the figure given
in his statement, and is the defenco to the
charge of perjury.
.i:vv n il it .-i.un.
TUE RlMJRMi RF.rtiRT OF TKEEIS ARREST
New V.Rk.Sept. 111. The Herald's says
a ile-patch Irum igo "fates that on Wed
nesday, the 0;h int., on the arrival of tbe
Spanish bark Carmen, at (Quarantine in tbe
harbor of igo, Irom Santiago de Cuba,
alter a voyage of II days, the governor
of the province ot Ponteveiii. btarded
her The guvernor w-- accompanied
by some ut tne -eere: ponce and
inquired for two of tno passengers. He
ordered their detention, and having con
sulted some photograph arretted ih"tn.
Escorted by a detachment ol pjliee the
prisoners wero sent to Corrunna, whence
they will be tran-ferrcd to ilavant on a
Spanish mail steamer, leaing nntheSlst.
On their arrival in Havana they witl be
handed over to the American authorities.
Their baggage has tmcn sealed and goes
with them. It i believed here tbe prison
ers arc William M. Tweed and his secre
tary. rl ETHER rARTIClLARs.
A despatch from Madrid to the same pa
per gives tbe lolluwing additional particu
lars. It wai, lound in July last tnat tweed
was in Santiago de Cuba, having pas-ed
there from Havana. Gen. Joveliar was ap
plied to by tho American consul to have
Tweed secured and sent to the imtea
States. General Jovcilar was qoite
willing, even in the absence ot ar
extradition treaty to oblige the Amer
ican government in return lor their courte
sy in the Arguclles ca-o some years ago.
Tweed, however, was apprised in Santiago
of his impending danger anl siiled for
igo, epain, on July... on Doara tne san
imr vessel Carmen Mr. Cushing thereupon
notified the Spanish government of the
fact and found them willing to arrest
Tweed and return him to Cuba or deliver
him up to the Atuerioin consul. Every
precaution was taken by the Spanish gov
ernment to secure Tweed's arrest in any
part of Spain, or on any coat lino by which
he might arrive. Severe orders were given
to local authorities, especially tho-e of Vigo
and tho Galilean coast. On September 0:h,
altera long passago of forty-one diys, the
Carmen hove in sight at Vigo and was im
mediately boarded by Guv. 11. Pontevcdra
The Governor at ones recognized Tweed
from a photograph which he had had in his
possession for somo tirno previous to tho ar
rival of tho fugitive. Tweed was entered
on the ship's papers under the namo of
Secor, and was accompanied oy a man giv
ing his name as W illiam Hunt, who is said
to bo his nephew. Both were immediately
secured and thrown into thocalabozo under
a strong guard, but were subsequently
transferred by order to the Fertress, in
Vigo, under tbo command of the Captain
General. StHEica'a I'cmoic fciitup, roa tut CfRK w
CossrupTiot, CerflHs avd Colds,
Tbe ercat yirtue of this mediclue Is that it ripens
the matter and throws i: out of the ty stem, pur.fles
the Mood, aud thus etTwts a cure.
cUheck'. Sea Weed To tic, roti tun Ccbe
l)T3PEl5tA, iKDISESTItJ.t. it .
The tonio produces a healthy action ol the stoni
ach, creating an appetite, forming chyle, and curing
the most obstinate cases of Indigestion.
8cnE.tcK's Ma.idraks Pillc, tor the Ccbe of
LH ER COMCLAIST, II.
These Pills are alterative, and produce a healthy
action of the liver without tbe least danger, as they
are free from calomel, and yet more (Slcaclous in
restorlns a healthy action of the llrer.
These remedies are a certain care for Con
sumption, as the Tulmonio Byrup ripens the muter
and purifies the the blood. The Mandrake Pills act
upon tho liver, create a healthy bile, and removes
all diseases of the liver, often a cause of Consump
tion. The Eea Weed Tonic sives tone and strength
to tbe stomach, makes a good digestion, and enables
the organs to form good blood ; and thus creates a
healthy circulation of healthy blood The combined
action of these medicines, as thus explained, will
cure every case of consumption, if taken In time,
and the use of the medicines persevered In.
Dr. Schenck it professionally at his principal
office, oirner &ixth aid Arch c.tb., Philadelphia,
every Monday, where all letters lor advice must be
bchenck's medicines Tor sale by all
Mother, can secure health fur their children
and rest for themselves by the use cf Castorla, a
perfect substitute for Caster Oil. It la absolutsly
harmless, aud Is aa pleasant to take as honey. For
Wind Colic. Sour 8tomacfa, Worms or Constipation,
for younz or old. there Is nothing in existence like
It. It ls certain. It Is speedy. Iilscheip.
Caked Ttr..at, Rheumatism, Sciatic. B.ell-
Ints, Sprains, Stiff Joint,, Barns, Scalds, Tulsonouj
Bites, and aU Oesh, bone and muscle ailments, can
b. absolutely cured by the use of th. Centaur
Liniments. What th. hit. Unlmen, 1. .cr the
human familr.the lellow Liniment is for spavined.
,n .nrl lame horses and animals
jailed, and lame norsei ana aotmais.
Aus 11 -w3m
The only preparation la the market (or cleanlnj
and beautlfjrinz ailrer ware, jewelry, ete., without
leaving the allshtest scratch upon the finest surface,
la now told bj jewelers and dras-rtits, under the
nameofCarbolI. We cheerfully recommend It to
every family aad can assure them that after cne
using, they vill never allow themselves to be with
Carboll Is prepared In London and sells here for
twenty cents a package.
July 6, i Eat, Mon.Thur iw tf
Bright F.TEs,rezi.larfeatnres and graceful fizare
fail to produce their dne effeH if tbe complexion ls
defaced with pimples or blotches, or the sain ls
rouzh or harsn. To remedy these defect use
Ulks-i's Sulphite Soap. Bill's Hair Dte restores
the tinte of youth to xray locks. Aux 29, "daw4w
The American leonIe.
No people 1c the world suffer so much with Dys
pepsia as Americans. Although years of experi
ence in mcdlolne had failed to accomplish a certain
and sura remedy for this disease and its effects,
such as Sour Stomach, Ileart-burs, Water-brash,
6ick Headache, Costiveness, palpitation of tbe
Heart, Liver Complaint, coming np of the rood,
low spirits, general debility, etc., yet since the in
troduction of GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER we
believe there Is no case of Dyspepsia that cannot
be Immediately rolicved. 30,000 dozen sold last
year without one case of failure reported. Goto
your drnzglet and get a sample bottle for 10 cenU
and try it. Two doses will relieve you. Regular
ice 75 cents. Janel'2 deodlweowtf
Flashing in their pearly sheen,
From the glorious coralline,
See those teeth untarnished '
Whito alike the hack and front
l"es, by the frajrant S0Z0D0NT,
May beauty's mouth le garnished '
Kidney Diseases, Dropsy, and all D.saascs of tho
Urinary Organs can be enrol hy the use of Hcst's
Remedy. Hundreds who have been given up hy
their rhysicians to diehavo been cured bv Host's
Rehedt. Try IJcit's Remedy.
Sept 15. deodlwlw
Letter irom Rev. Sylyascs Cobb, or Bosro.t, e
1T0R Or THE "CHRISTIAS FREEMAf ."
Boston, December 24, IS5.
Dear Sir It may be some satisfaction to yon to
be informed of the result of the trial of the "Perc-
iai Stri p" in my family. My daughter was
brought low hy a typhoid fever last spring, and af
ter the fever leftber ihe continued very weak, and
tbe simplest food distressed her. For months she
remained In the same debilitated condition , but
from tbe 1st of September last, when she commenc
ed taking the Syrup, the dizestlve functions im
proved, and she steadily gained strength and vi
vacity, and now, having taken two Wttles, the is
restored to a good state ol health , Indeed, she ap
pears more really healthy than she haa for several
years past. I am cf opinion that the "Protoxide of
Iron," contained in the Peruvian Syrup, was adapt
ed to her case, and effected what no other known
medicine could haTe effected.
Yours truly, S. Cobb.
Sept 15, deodHwlw
itAtrrtntvu Union toc) M i L c t .
4 km OUST P UTI HTOCK AT HARK IT.
Cuttle. toOoep tt Lambi. bw
This week ttii Wj.i
Lait week ff6 S.M -tut
From Vermont.... 3899 iU
I'r.ceifo! Market Href A few choic. I" .- ar 7
itrit.. $7Offlrt Brut QTil1tv. 16 ttt 6 T', fcec-
ondquility, $150.ff f-u . third quality, ti:sat b
rr ce ui store cnute urtin; oxen per pair,
fi. Sli. S175. UK). Milch Cowi ami Calref,
from $Jiwr;i), eitn, $VilK. Farrow Cows.$.tt3ii.
)earlJDMliur, Two Years Ola, JlaJTX', mree
Year Old, tiHMK
Prices of Oheep and Lambs In lots, 1150, $2W,
$2 ."lit and 1 1 each, eitra, (1 26, or (rom 3 to
4 J ft. nt-,; Lamb-, 4Jtft5c V It. Veal calve,
mces ot Hides. iinw ani situs- imcLii'm
Hide, iSfH r. Tallow, r Ccnotry
llirlw. '.abo Taliow. jc te a. I'ell, tK etch .
CalfSklns, lOSIHc tf It.
Cattle Nearly li head ! Cattle were yarded"
at th t market. Tho ri effected o Western Cat
tle lait week was mamta.ned, anl several buncbes
were sold at an ad ranee the latter part nf last
Week, to day :nll rate obta.ned. Northern Catt e.
the butchers inform in, shrink heavy, and they hal
much rather bay vttmern at proport oally bibber
rate than tbe Northern, and whereas Uestern Cat
tle w'leasy the Northern are almost a dm;, and
have to be peddled oat as beat they oin be.
Sheep and Lambs The qualni of bhsep and
Lambs ran considerably tetter tlian previous
weeks, and whereat quotat.tms and pa.ea wuald n
tarally represent an adranro m pr'f t is m con
seooence ot better 'rides iitWe i We quo to prices
Arm and sales astire.
lMiltrr ibe market ir 1 uii.tr i remains an -
changed. We quote a sh.U.nr tne l ;het rate :r
uniciens rvwi mc. juraey .1
Wed5E8DATi Sept.! , KC,
FLOL'R The demand for Floor has been quite
ct. re and prices are firm an 1 we, smta ned. The
sales hare been to some extent ant the transic
ttons include Western superfine, st$inS3 3"
For oommon extra., $ - tt i " :r Waoons.n
eitrms, sS - ard II nnesuia ex fas at
S3 Ct fi 7' lor wh Us wheat Oh . Indiana and
Michigan. $175 fi QO Tor Illinois frum S " fi
7 2. f.r St. Lnttis. at $6" " b bhl. Rye F.-ar
at $ :'?' 5rt h.' Oat Meal 3t I f f hbi.
iiKAllS Corn is in moderate demjnd. 6a lea at 5
tt t-tf hoshel for m.xed and je-.-.w. Oats at
41 m re Y butbel. Rye at V i ashel. Shorts
at til 50 .'.. F.ne Feed at t f it and
Middling at $H 4P.ih f ton.
PKOVItilONS. fork -s .n aovte demand and
price are dull. Tbe sale? hare been at i "?i7 5
fur pr.ine f 1 7 I- fur mens , and f j ? f..' Ou
t obi. :T clear, beef . in fair demand. Tbe
Mies at f 1" ikrf!l2 fr mess and extrt mes, and
0 1 iM tur family. Lard at U tf Uc ? It.
ttmuked Uauu at Ui a M-st ft
I'RODUCE. Cho-ce -Trades f.f Butter still scire
and wanted. Lower ;rados firm. Ch e New Yirk
and Vermont da-nes nave been at ut X w.tb
eiected a shade it srher , and common to
tid ran.-e fr-m 20 6c P fri Cheese at 1 iff
luc V tt. Wh.to Beans ai Si - 2i o bushel
for niediom, extra pea at i lu SS l ". and
yehow eje? at SI ' 01 bash. Ecj? at MS 2lc
dot. Ptitatoes at S3 io dt hbi. App.es at
SI m I 30 t bM. Onion at i a . . 1 bt 1.
WOOL. The market for W-jo' has been qa 'e
act Te Prices are well susta ne1 scales include
l.t It h ti and Pennsylvan a fleeces at i tt
;tc ft , .-uo) Its Michigan, and Wisconsin,
and other Geeoee at M G X lb . 2.mi tbs
oombin and delaine fleece at tt boc fr waibe.,
and (vtfJcc lb .or nnwahd
Tltr YorL l'rotlilou .MarUrC.
New Yore, Sept. 13.
COTTON-easy I-:- decl.ne. sales 1 bales at
11 lor middling uplands.
FLoUK-Keceipts 'C- Mm ' a better and
fir expirt and hme trade demat i the mrrove
ment be n; chlelly on lew grades and Minne
sota" Sales J6.tMt bids No. 2 at J tt 3.6t.
superfine state and western at 4 tb j. common
to jjiK-t extra western and sute 4 -.nff - tit. cod to
choice eitra do at common to
choice white wheat western extra at 54"650,
fancv white wheat western extra at 6 .v.ff?.7S ,
common to .rood extra OniO at 1 2, oommon to
choice extra St. Loan at j.'-J-ffb-' patent Min
nesota extra .rood to prime cc 7. "5; choice to
double extra 7.35aif 34. Market clostns firmer.
Ke flcur firmer at 4.75 a for superfine.
Corn meal more active. Western, Jersey and
Peneo Iran a at 2.fX& . Brandy wine at 3.2S
Aew VorL. Mniiey tnl Muck Market!
rUw Tons:. Sept. 11.
MONrY closed at H&2.
FRIME Mertnntil Paper at 1JT6.
HTERLI.NU at KH.Wn.
i(tLU opened at H! and closei at Hit.
CLEAKKNUS. fll -TJ.ut
CUSTOM R EC HITS 11,011.
TREASURY difbursements, J9.4O0.
finVKRNMKNT BOMW firm.
STATE BONKS qu-et and nominal.
RAlLROADa firm, except coal isuea which are
lwpr- . ,
STOCKS opened at iG2 per cent lower, but snb
seqnently rec vered aod the market became (trong.
At the close the stocka were stron and higher
with the exception of coal stocks wh ch lower ad
vance for tho day m general was iiffil 1.
Transactions axiregated t -,-. rjmres with prin
cipal dealings as loliows . 1-ake fchore,13.M. bt.
I'aul, fi,. Erie, none. ortbwestern, none;
Western Union, 7.iVO, Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western, H Out Wew Jersey Central.2 000. Michi
gan Central, T.ixo , lMaware and Hudson, 4,6t
UOLO cloced at 110.
MONEY at marl.
OOVERNMEM lS dull.
STATE BOM'S quiet and nominal,
bTOCKS closed active and unsettled.
The following were th closing Quotations
U. S.6s, 'el Reg U.i Po. 't-i, Reg. July...ll5i
V. 8. Cs, ol Coup. ...ltt-1 I U. 8. new 5 13
5-ajCoup, V3,ola...-IL'i 1 10-4HS Reg 115)
new l8ue....li:ii I 10-4s Coupon I IS
Do. 67. Keg. JuU'.-.HfJ I Currency 6s I2fi
Delaware & Hudson. " 1 New Jersey Central. Si
Canton I Chicago Rock IslMlOj
Con. Coal Company s t I Milwaukee A tt, 1 aul 3.11
Cumberland......--. ik. preierrei ....... w
W. D. Telegraph Cc "ii Toledo 4 Wabah....
tw ckitivitr.. lj t Do. urelerred 2
Do. preferred 1" i Fort ane,(ex.div.;iOl
Pacific Mail -fjj Alton 4 Terre Haute II
Adams Express Co.-I -i I Ih). preferred IJ
Wells, Fargo 4 Co c. I Chicago 4 Alton.... 9CJ
Am. Mh. Express Co -l Do. preferred 101
U. S. Express Co.... ii I Ohio Mnuiislppl.. Hi
New York Central.. .lu 1 Iela-ire Lack.... 7i
Ene -llA.4 . i-i. Co 15
l)o.preferred 13 I A. 4 P. pre.' H
Harlem U" I Wo. Pa ific li
Io.pre:erred 13.1 ludiani Central 31
Micbisac Central.... 4tH I Cbic, Bur.4 yufncy.H3i
Panama Lannibal4btJcseph It
Union Pacific Stock- t4 I Hartford, Erie 1st... 11
L. 8. 4 Michigan Bo.. I do guarantee l&i
Illinois Central.- 8. I Central Pacifio tond.1101
Cleveland Pittsburg Cnion Pacific 1061
Chicago4 Northweet 371 LandUrants 1041
Do-preierrei C-'l U. P. Sinking Fonds.St'J
Clove., Col. 4 Cin... X.
Tenn. Cs,-coup.... 4C Louisiana Cs
Tennesiee It, new... 47 I Ueorgia bs
Virginia 6s '5 North Carolina ...
Do. new. .......... 8. C. tew.....
Missouri fs 10"! Exchange Long..
St. Joseph ti HiTJ Exchange bbort.
LiuBiRT I.arLilR. In Winooski.Vonday.6ep
temberllth, by Iter. J.F. Otis, Charlea E. Lam
bert, of Troy, and Miss bhxi A. LeClair, of Wl
cooskl. Jacobs Pint At Westford, Sept.5tb, by Rer.
John Chase, frank L. Jacobs, of Independence,
Inn, and Louie t. Fine, of Westford, Vt.
CiieiiT Fasam In Ilschester, Sept. tth, by
Rer. Geo. 8. Guernsey, Mr. Orlanlo A. cbeney. At
torney of Fort Kcott, Kansas, and Miss Ella A.
Faseett, of Rochester.
Gibsoh-Tiica. In Wolcott, at the rcsidenoe of
the bride's lather, on Wednesday erenlnr. Beptem
ber th. by Rer. U. tt. Baa'ord. assisted hy Ker. K
J. Glddtns, William J. Ulbn.of Jericho, and Era
K. Tllus, of Wolcott.
IlGSMEft. In this city, Sept. 1 1th, at th, residence
of hia aon. M. W. liosmer, Joaiab lioemer, ased 'M
years and 5 months.
Coojj. In this city, Sept. Jth. ISTt, Boratlo N
lJlK)n' 'I"1 56
CIIAMK In Richmond. Sept. II. of congestion of
i 1IAKT In Canton, X. V Aujust IOJj. at the re,
j idence of her dauhter, Mn. C. M. Bucks, Mrs.
Barah B. XIart. ased SI years.
New Fall Goods
Fancy Dress Goods,
A Handsome ltrilliantlnc
for 50 vents.
2'cw Prints, yew Cambrics.
Ladies' and 4Jonts' Wrappers
Agents for Bazar I'atterns.
AND OIL CLOTHS.
hH 7 (I
Are cow tpsatnj daily an immtnse rariety of
Fall and Winter Goods,
Including DRKS3 f.OODS .n the new dark o !orj
and of erery texture.
ALBA CA S ,
B LAC K
MOIIAIltM IJI liltll.I.IASTI.M:".
Black Silks Low Prices.
TWEEDS. CASSIMEF1ES. BR0ADCL0TH9,
WATERPROOF! 1.1 NEW DESIGNS.
Cloaldngs for Ladies', Gents'
and Children's Wear.
(Plain and Checked Shirtin; Flsnnels for Men's
wear). White, bcariet. -Navy Blue and Gray Flan
nels, in plan and twultd weare lor fall and W.cter
Hosiery and Underclothing
In sreat variety at popular rates.
Eiirgoyne & Ilallam,
13 Cb arch Street, Herr:clls Old Btaad.
bept. 6-dJkwtf Enrllnzton. Vt.
Honiovul200 IMimoH AOrcani
AT MA-MTACTl'llKItS' I'UICK.
The subscribers will sell their entire stt-clt cf
Pianos and Organs, new and second Land, aneet
Mmtf. Mn H.mks.and Mere handle, at very near
cost prtces lor cash during beptember. previous to
removal to their new ftore, 41 East 14th bL. Union
Squire, October let. Illustrated catalosues mailed.
Agents wantf d. Special indnements to the trade.
HORACE WATERS 4 bONd,
Manufacture's and Dealers,
AnjCVdiwlw 4SI Broadway, New oik.
Uave been made cf the matter depnlted on the
teeth anl sums of individuals, selected from all
classes ot scc ety, and In nearly every case animal
and veTttable parasites were found to exist In
Ereat number. Experiments carefully made have
UK. VINCENT'S UEXDAN
destroys them instantly.
EtntusGTOM, VL, Nor. 15, 1-4.
Kno.los the composition of.Dr. Vlncent'a "Do
dim.' I take pleasure In recommending the same
to tbo public as the best preparation for th, teeth
extant, aa It destroys all parasites, thus arreitln
decay, rendering the teeth white and smooth, and
th, sums healthlul and Bra. Tne merit, stylo and
convenience cf " Dendan" cannot fall to make it a
favorite to all. . .
JAMES LEWIS. I). I.S.
Ilavinsa knowledge of the materials used In
comi'oundlnir. I)r. Vlncent'a "DonAS," I unheslta-
tinily recommend It to the public as coatainini all
requisite properties to secure the resulta deiired.
Tlx i fear reel and healthy fsnti.
The patent bottle In which" this Is pnt up, renders
It th, most conrenient and economical preparation
that can be desired.
WJI. II. WATERS, D.D.B,
Sept 8, Moo, Thur, Sat twtt
A' A T URDA Y BULL
SEPTEMBER 9. 1S7C.
DAXIBL BEUONBA ;
(BT UEU. ELIOT.)
Corner Church and College streets
TO AQKNTS or any who teed WORK.
THE BIG BOXAXZA,
The 811,er Volume.
Da DaQcilx., New Book, with Introduction br
Kara Twain, la Joat read. II la th. richest la text
and Uluamtlona aeon tn lone time. Ar.jouout
o( work or dracxta,: alone on a-m, dull book! Oo
fn. M. r.n.. It will All tonf IlOfiket, with EBOnelT.
anr. ! I.n't delar nd lose urritorj jon wnt,aend
lor elrculara at one.. Iteosu nothlnt; to SMthem.
AUatRIUaMf PUBLISHING VU., UuUord. Cwin I
Wish to extend their thanks
to their customers in Bur
lington and surrounding
towns for their patronage
since the commencement oj
They also wish to announce
that in consequence of their
Closing out Sale
of Men's, Youths' and child
ren's Clothing at 50 per cent
less than actual cost, tlieg
have so far reduced their ft ocft
that they are now able to dis-
play the finest line of
vcr shown in this city.
They have Stylish L'laids in
suits and trousers fur men's
and youths' wear, fine Bul
lish and Amtrican wanteds
made up in thshitcsl fashion.
3IAX Y THINGS EW
And stylish for Boys' and
Children's Suits, etc., etc.
Please remember that their
stock is entirely new. When
you want to buy
Save money by calling at the
Opposite Fletcher Library,
Sept 4. tdAwif
A aics: I.I t OK
VEXDOME KII) GLOVES,
In tiie new Fall Co'urs aad Black in al. siu.
A. full .Assortment ol tlite
Dollar Kids that Ave have
sold so many ol
GEO. H. KINSLEY'S,
Corner Church and Bank Sts
P. 8. Remember we make a specialty ol
kinds of BLACK AND MOCRSINU O X PS.
BoiIIaitoa. Sept 12 tdiwtf
Wearen-w rcceiv'nr our Kail St-ck of Goods.
tSomtth.nxnew ceari every diy. bee our nen
Navy Blue, Seal Brown, anl Butle lirien
i width, ail qaalitfe. which we shall cfTcr at
uur customary low prices.
M-.Al. HHOW.-V lVATKHPItOOFS,
Ve also at th.a t!m. .lsh t- call cfpetfat attcotioa
to our stock ol nic. Kin OL0VE3. .hictt oha.
in all tbe new and desirable s&ades.
and Alexander Kids
EOR 8AEE Bt"
Sept 1. 1T6 d4wtl
I wish to Inform all mr former natrons and the
publie eenerally that 1 have removed my Photo-
rapn anu rerreoijpe nusiDces irvu iai iwiuwui;'
pled by me ior tne pas. leven tears in o.
Ua.' knllllti w.rm ri i mrt nf llnlnfl WtrtCir
the well known Vermont Gallery of Art recently
vacated by Hills A- Bowers, which 1 have newly re
paired and furnished. I have relald tbe akyiizbt
in Ground Glass cf a blue tint which renders the
light so!t and agreeable to the eyes of the bitter.
Uith thfa lfvht nietnres of small children can be
made almost lnitantaneowly. It Is In fact one of
the best if nt TUK B KST bKYLl u UT in the btate.
The-e ROOMS are very ea v of access belnj ALL,
ON ONK FLOOR DP ONLY ONE EASY PLIGHT
I have endeavored to mike these rectus pleasant
and attractive, and I am prepared to do all kinds
Photographic Work in tho
very best manner anu at
the lowest living prices.
Card photographs from the finest retouched neja
tive. $2.00 pcrouxen t also Ferreo types at our usual
low rates. A rood assortment of frames always on
band. Thankful for past patronage we solicit a
continuance ot the fame and cordially Invite ill to
GALL ASD EXAMINE
.FiwtmtM AfwAtV. RAO MS over RInlir k Hoi
ton's Hardware Store. EMRACE next nortn of
Lyman Allen's Dry Good ttore, ISO Chttron Cu
K. O. WORMELL,
WJJK CRICEIW, havin- been ap
ti,n?tT1tb?r ,rabIo the Probate Coart
for the Dtr ct of Chittenden, Ccmmlssionen to
receive, examine and adjust the clafmi and demanCg
orall persons, a sainat the estate cf John J. Kay.
late of 60. BnrUnstoD.in saM IHfrict. deceased,
and also all claims and demands exhibited In on t
thereto ; and six months from the day of the diU
hereof bein; allowed bsaid Court, for that purpo
we do therefore hereby -ive notice, that we n Ul
attend to the business of our appointment, at lum
former residence of said fay, in said lXsuict. on
tho SrstThnrsdaysof Eieptemberand January next,
at 10 o'clock a. m., on each ol said days.
IXitcd thiJ 2d day of September. A. 1. 1576.
II W3; T. F. HTK WA UT,
i:rint.i.n isk.-et.oiv estate.
TE, THE SCHSCRIDERS, having tco p
Tl pointet by the Honorable the Prubate Court
for tho Ihstrict of Chittenden, Commiaaioners U
receive, examino and adjn't the claims and demands
of all persona, against U.e estate or Kparalm Bije
low late of Westford, in said district, deceased,
and also all claims and demand exhibited In ibet
thereto , and six month from tho djy of tho data
hereof, fcein allowed by said Court for thatpurposo,
we do thereS.ro hereby -ire notice, that wo will at
tend to the buimess oi our appointment, at tho
residence cr Mrs. Lucy Billow, of Westford, tn
said lr strict, on tbo first Tuesdays of October
and Apnl next, at 10 o'clock a. m., on each
of said days. Ilw3w
lited thu .d dar of &pU .V. P. 1376.
J. 11. lACOMuSK,( (
T. K- DL'n LAP, Commis3:onr.
LrCI.Ml.1 K.1I LlJT'S EHTATE
bTATE OF VETJIONT, i The JInnoraWe the
district or cmnwou, ss. i f"lt9. ?rt fop.u
ihitrict of Chittenden.
To all persons interested in the estate of Luclnda
Ba.lcv, ljta of Jtrxto, in said J.rict, de
liriIEKE.VS.sa.d Court has a3inel thenthday
1 1 of September, ISTU, next, f..r the settlement of
the account of the administrator of said estate and
for a decree of the residue of aid estate to tne heirs
of said deceased, and ordered that public notice
thereof t jivent all perxms intereeted in said e.
Ute, hy puhlwhm; th j ordr three weeks succes-
vely previous t the day as-iraed, in the Eur
1 nxton Free Press, pr.ntedin Burhnrton, ia said
Therefore, you are hereby n.t.5cdtoarpearat the
Prnato Court Kins, m T-urhnton, on the day
awined, then and there to contest the allowance of
said acouunt, if you see caue, and to establish
jur ruht as heirs, legatees, ani Uw.'ul claimant
of said residue. Itw3wt,
Given under my hand, th.3)tli day of auuj
A. I), tare. 11. a. TAFT, Ileister.
(.KOIti; E. HAItltiMV ESTATE.
TE, THE SUI&CRIBEP, havm? been ap
1 punted by tii lloirablo tne Pruhate Couit
for the In.tnct of I h ttmien, Comi oners to re
ce vi'. examine aivi a.iiu-t tbe claims and demands of
ail iur-'on,aa nft the estate f Oeore tu. Barrwj,
iate of Burlington, in -.i.d I udr ct, deceased, and
stlso all cla ma and demand exhibitol in olt-t
thereto, anlix months from tbe day of the date
hereof, betn- aliowwl by said Court for that
purpoee, we do therefore hereby jcito notice, that
we w.ll attend t the bu.-. ne-i tIf our appointment,
at the Probata Court oUtoi, .n tie c tv of Burun
tn. in said l-tr ct, on te third Veinedays ul
Uctohcr and ehruir next, at i. o'clock a. m., on
each o.r .'aid fUys.
Jatedth.a -Jiday of August. A.I. 1576.
I w3t A. .lALLks, ! Commlssleners.
J4SII.Y I. UlinTO'N E.NTATK.
lrE, THE hCrSCRrBERS, havinj been ap
T pointeil by the Honorable the Probate Court
for the 1 strict of C&utenden, Comww-fioners tn re
ce ve. exam.no and adjU?t thecla msand demaods cf
ail ptr.v-Dj., a-ail the esute of John L- Whittet,
Ute of Burtinton. in sa.d Jitnct. deceased, and
l-o aU cU ms and demands exhibited ino&et
thereto and -x months from the dav of the date
herw.f, be n allowM by said Court for that purpose,
wo do therefore hereby ito notice, that we will
attend to the bus.neas of our appointment, at the
office of V,h tleranre Hheler. in Burlington,
n s-iid Distr.ct, on tbe third BaturdaTs of October
and February next, at 10 o'clock A. 31., on each of
Uateu this 21st dav of An 'n-t, A. D. 1576.
Ht.NRY P. UItKOK,Comm:a5loner
INCORPORATED NOVEMBER II, 1370.)
CAPITAL, - $100,000.
Th.Coixpiny !a autborited by special charter
to act a reiver, truicee or guardian, and ls a
ieai depository for money paid into Court.
Interest Allowed m Deposits,
wh.cn may be made and withdrawn at anytime.
HEI'osiT UECr.ll-T.s issued; payable on
demand, and bearing frtra three to five per cent,
Religious and Charitable Institutions and per
sons unaccustomed to the transaction of bas.nees,
will find this Company a safe and convenient de
pos.tory for money.
orriCK WITH TU5
nKltniOTv AATlll.TAI. IIAfH OK
HENRY P. UICKOK, President,
CHAS. W, WOODUOt'SE, Txeaurer.
June 23. lr-rs dlwtf
ms i v. si:iti:wrrii tb, AM
IMM11.VSU STUt'U OF
Fall and "Winter
TUE 3ItT SCl'KllI! lisi: or
i:vi:it Miotv.v i. ui:i:i.i?.iiTox.
Prices Way Down Low I
We ask a'l buiersof CLOrtiIG to GIVE US A,
CALL. . Irnubte (o.)oh rt.odi.
l ull Mock nf fit-tit ruriiislilnic
;ooi!s, Trunk., Hags, Ac, Ac.
E. P. SHAAV.
Or FANCY CART'S. II style with name, 10 cU"
Zi) TcHt viid. J. Ii. U est ao. Nljiu. Rent. Co.
MDer. Four SiO.Oo chroma free. J.M.3IU-
YO.n dt CO . -tl Trrmnt bt., botwn, Jla-'S.-AU,
A - 1- If y u wantthe best selling article
xXH "H Lb m the world and a eo,al cold pat
ent levr aicb. Tree o' eort, write at once to
j. imibfc. i
r uridway. n. v. aux-v -a
SSIl TO A .tTOATH rlt A2U?ITN.
The Tftt intern t in all nations and in our owa
thriLing history f il years, makvn this book seal
faster ttisn any otoer. I 'ee books in one, beauti
fully iliU'traied. Low ce. quick ulrf, extra
term, txnd fur circular I. C Mct'CKi Ci.,
Philadelphia, "a. Aa;29 diw4w
3ri 00 mvESiHEtTs or i 2123
The judicious selection and manazement of
STOCK I'til VILBGBS
Is a sure road to rp-d fortune. Send ftr " ew
Bstemof Asfurtd ProatJt.,, trw,wlth full morm
ation coLCrnin4 th Ptock Manet.
Goldand i T. PU1TEK.V.IGBT CO.,
Stockbrokers f 35 fcali ctreet,ew York.
GKA"U F11EE EXCUKSIOX
AT ONE OF THE
!tet IXoirN in the IlnllocI StaH.
IVVILL pay the Car Fare and Dinner o' any nun
or boy from any town on the Vermont central
Kalircad, from Waite Mver Junction on tne aontb.
or bt. Albans on th North, or WelU Kiver.or any
town on tbatrai road, or any town ia Chittenden,
Lamoille or Washicsan counties, to Waterbury.
Vt., who ili buy of me a suit of clothes or moa
to tne value of J30 00 or upwards.
I have m tUk tbejustJy celebrated Sawyer and
Franklin VtooJlvos and also a lar;e assortment of
Imported aod lvmet:c Uuotls, conipni.n: every,
thio'tobe foonl in flt class Tiiloi mi Ktao
lishmett, which will bo will at reat redncum
from former price.
Clothes made as they sh-.u'd be and rauaraet.on
guaranteed In every InsUnco.
K GtO. W. STRAHAlXAlf.
Tae A-tlst Tailor.
Sept -d'lw Waterbnry. VU
At C u Thirty briUtant 9i(I ehromof, with
OlOOl, elerantfollo, SI. Beatrice, onow
btorm. Gold-rub, Fruit.aad other popular ehromoi.
eah it feetlon-, only 5) cents each. NAUONAL
CHROMO CO., Philadelphia, P. Am 29, "dAwlw
a isKNT., Vs ANTCU 10 r tne rreas t-aw-
A AIAtt Ito. Immense sales. It pays.
iiW f.,re!renlar. P. W. ZILGLER A CO.. Fhtia-
delphU, Pa. Aur Z2-.tawiw
Slenare aralnx$WJMto$I20J per week' selllns
Comnlet. ln'th. thrllllns history of IW erentftil
yearsi al '.t th, jreat Exhlbltlo,"-irand In
descriptions ol our nuehtj reeonroel In acncnltur..
commerce, minora ls, mannfaetares. natural won
ders, cnrloaiues, etc, all richly Illustrated: A "Cen
tarr" Map and "Blrd'iulfjr. View" .Tee. S.Ui mar
Tellonslylast. lXJOmor. A-jnta wjnted qnJJJ
for this .nd our slaadark "i.lVn or U 1 KU
.TOSK," Alt already sold. Alaonav BJBtJ.
Ulnstrauons. Kor extra terms write to uub
BAJU ROUPnWUhar,Blirlntnd.MMt AM"-