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BURLINGTON. VT FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING , NOVEMBER X, 1877.
BURLINGTON, FRIDAY, NOV. 2, 1877
FIT BUSHED BV
Tlie Free Press Association.
Terin...S'J.OO . year, lwn In mdvancc.
1U111 A REITS AT BrBUXGTOR.
From tae North, 8.20 a.m. ana 1.20, 7.1 3 and 8.1 5p.m.
From the East, bv Central Vt. IL IU nd
a. m., 6.w aod 8.15 I. m.
Krom the fcouth, 7.T0 a.m. 1110, 4 and MO p-m-Worn
the tart, by bnrlinston Lamoille IL B.,
I Lai a.m.. &nd9.l!5 p. m.
TBAIXI LXATE BfBtiaGTOS.
Ilouis North. 4.10 and 7.30 a.m, 112. 4.32 and 7.3)
Coiui Last, by Central VL R. IU TJ0 a. m., 12.15,
and 7.J) p. m.
i;.....!. or!, m ,ml). 1 and 7JA) T. tO.
Uolni fcaj-t. by"ltarilnfiton & Lamoille R. K., 6.23
ana 4 53 p.m.
LAKE ClUlirLAIS STEAMERS.
Eteamer A. Williams" leaTes for North, 7.43 a. m..
tteamer Ilirald leaves for South, 2.30 p. m.. arrives
(isam Isle. It is reported that Captain
Corbin will build a steamboat at his steam
mill, in Keelcr's Bay. to run neit season be
tween Maquam and l'lattsbornh.
MArLi Sccar. Dayid Eastman, of Lyn
don, in 21 years ha9 manufactured 06,900
pound of maple sojar, which sold for an
average price of ten cents per pound.
Laece quantities of shad are being caught
in the lale at Albargh and the bays are
fUlcd with ducks. Partridge are so plenty
and tame that WTeral have been shot around
the farm buildings.
FAiLrRi The Bay State Iron Company,
ofBj'ton, owners and managers ol some
300,000 worth of real etate, furnaces and
mine, at Port Ilenrv. has iut made an
aiffnmeot for the benefit of its creditors
Tho liabilities are about half a million and
the nominal assets about a hundred thou
'1 1;t trmperantt- cause is making progress
in Louis iana. A temperance rental was in.
angurnteil thi-re some tnontlis ago, and the
result is sei in the jKwuge of prohibitory
laws in quite a number of the counties, while
the enpprrssion of Sunday rum-selling meets
with very general favor.
A Lamoille cjunty correspondent writes
ns- "his wonderful to note tho interest
felt for thirty to fifty miles around Burling
ton, among thoe larorea wita toe priw
lege of attending the interesting meetings
there: and one of the most enjoyable tea-
tares is the excellent report in the Free
Pxess, whereby we can carry home the im
portant points and read and disseminato
them among our friends.
Woit on the Mate Workhouse at Rut
land is to be commenced at once, and it is
expected that the foundations will all be
laid, and the building be covered before the
Winter sets in. The commissioners have
made as rapid progress as was possible un
der all the circumstances, owing to the de
termination on their part to have the co:
ol erecting too building come within tho
appropriation, and it has been somewhat
diScult to get plans and contracts that were
satisfactory with that end in view.
TnE Belhtot Mcedir. Joseph Woods,
icdicted for asult with intent to kill, and
lor the murder of Stephen Barber, of Bel
mont. N. Y in August last, was arraigned
before the court in Malone recently. In an
swer to the inquiry if he was guilty or not
guilty, ne answered : ' Let the court de
teimine that." lie was then asked if he
had mcaus of employing counsel, and, an
swering in negative, the court assigned him
to attorney. The prisoner, addressing
the court, stated that be wanted no counsel
who bad to bo assigned to him, inasmuch
an they would not feel that interest in thi
cae that they wonld feel if regularly re
taincd, and said that he should bold
no communication with them ; and he
still adheres to that determination. Woods
will be tried about the middle of Decern
VicToar roK. the "GorLD." By the At
lanta Constitution we see that the new sec
ond clas steamer recently sent by B. S.
Nichols k Co., of this city, to "Tallulah
3," of Atlanta, took the first prizes at tho
Georgia State Fair the other contestants
being Mechanics 2, a second-class Hilsby ol
Atlanta, and Ocmulgee 2, a third-class
Patterson engine, from Macon, Ga. The
firt prize was for the first 100 feet of water
through 10O feet of hose, starting with cold
water, tho time being as follows: Me
chanics 2 (iilsby, second-class) seven min
utes 11 seconds ; Ocinalgee 2 (Patterson
third-class) 7 minutes 8J seconds; Tallulah
3 (Gould second-class) 5 minutes 151 sec
ond. The next test was for distance, ten
mincte being allowed alter ninety pounds
of steam was raised, in which to make the
throw, and resulted as follows: Ocmulgee
2 (Patterson third-class) 218 feet 6 inches
Mechanic 2 (SiMy second-class) 270 feet
Tallulah 3 (Gould second-class) 231 feet
inches. Tho Tallulah boys then took hold
and won tho boy) reel race. The "Gould'
seem to find the "top of the heap" every
Tbs State Sundav-scbcol association closed
its thrco day meeting at Bennington
Thursday forenoon, and most of the dele
gates got away by the afternoon train
north, several tarrying at Rutland that
vcmug to bear Whittle and McGranahan.
That there i yet room for considerable
religious discipline among tho Green
Mountains will appear from Secretary
Butler's statistic : Sunday-school in the
State, G50; scholar, church members,
officers aud teachers connected therewith,
67.000; children of sshool age in the Sunday-school",
30,4100 , children ol school age
in the State, 92.500; church members in
the State, about 40,000; attendants upon
church strvice, SO.OOO; Scat population.
33O.O0O, of whom 3'J.OOO are Catholics.
Tbe association ha thee newly-elected
efficers President, A. C. Ilubtwl : vice
president. Paul Dillingham and I). D.
Cole ; secretary and treasurer, II. D. Hop
kins ; recording- secretary. Rev. J. 11.
Babbitt : f xecotive committee, Horace Fair
banks, J. L. Barker and (1. . Fosh.
Did Not Likkto bk Dcmsed. One day,
Ut If, an olJ laimer, one of Judge.
Poland'n early associates from Lamoille
coDDty, called at tbe St. Jobnsbary Hoase,
and inform ud tte proprietor that he was
born and brooght up in tbe fame town with
Judge Poland. The Judge afterwards cor
dially welcomed the old gentleman a one
of tbe chums or hU boyhood, and told the
proprietor to pre htm a good dinner at tbe
Judge expense. When tbe old gentleman
took: hi? t-eat at the dinner table one of tbe
girlH laid a bill of lare before him, which be
promptly handed back, with the remark,
Judge Poland settle my bill." The old
gentleman mut have thousbt he was
donned pretty early in tbe programme.
IkpTr-I)tiirTr Death or Geo eg a L.
Fox, tue Faiior-i Comedian. There will
be a wide-spread feeling ot sadneta at tbe
announcement that Oorge L. Fox, the fa
mous "Humpty-Dumpty," died Wednes
day afternoon at Cambridge. There is
probably not a man in tbe country who
as given more innocent amusement to a
larger portion of tbe public, and, brief an h
tbe memory of those who make their fellow
laugh, it will be a good while beforo this
kindly performer m forgotten. lie was
fifty-two years old, and has been on tbe
stage over half hU life, but has bceome best
known during tbe lat decade an a pan
tomimed in the character of "llumpty
Dumpty." Asa pantomimeht, Mr. Fox easily
ranked as fin-t in thn country. No one ex
celled him in vcratility, and few approach
ed him in the union ol abounding animal
npiritx and rare powers as a comedian.
Uis mobile features neeraed to admit of an
endless variety of ex predion-, and this pe
culiar K)wer of facile change of expression
was f-hown most clearly as tbe clown in
"Humpty-Dumpty." In this he was inim
itable, and though many have caught up
hn eccentric way, nj one has yet given
the character with anything approaching
tbe grace and spontaneity with which he
invosted it. Mr. Fox was playing during
tbewaxon oflSTGat Uooth'a Theatre in
New York, when he was stricken with
paralysis. Softening of the brain followed,
and it became nece'wary to remove him to
an acylum. There careful treatment no im
proved the comedian's condition, that he
wai again placed in his wife's care in
Brooklyn. A tew weeka ago, bowefer, ho
f M r mo Ted to Cambridge, whfre he died.
Home for litMltule Children.
M,,,r, f,7;nn . I fear that but few of
the people of this State aro awaro what the
abovo named institution in Burlington has
done, is doing, and what it tniyht Jo if it
had the means, lor tne poor uesuiuie cuu
dren of our State; and 1 wish every father
and mother in Vermont could sec for them
selves what I have lately seen and heard.
There are at present about ninety children
in the Home. I went into tho "nursery,"
a room with twenty-five Iittlo wan irom
six months to tour year old, with a woman
well adapted to the placcas their "mother,"
no is aoiug atl pussiuiu 1UI men bwu, -
mother would for her own. In another
room of older ones was a school whero they
arc taught to sing and read. In another
room of older oncsstill.thcy aro being taught.
Tho oldest 1 saw were not over ten or
twelve years old. Thcv have nico dcu,
good wholesome food, and cverj thing that
loving hearts can do to make them happy
and virtuous. Since its establishment the
"Home" has taken five hundred children,
six of whom have died, and nearly two hun
dred have been adopted into good families
where they are being nurturca ana traincu
by thoso who feci a personal intere-t in
their good. Tho managers aro ladies from
all the various Protectant denominations in
the city, who give their attention to tho
work tree oj enartje, as-isieu ij iuj vuuu.j
managers Irom every county in the State.
It seems to me that no object of chanty in
ti,amtfthasuch stninrr claim on us a
this. Christ says. ' Inasmuch as yc have
done it unto ono of tho least of these my
l .-J, .... I.-.. rtn t nnl.l Tllf" TIlC
building, which i situated about a milo
south ol the city in a very plcaant
... u-, ,1 nfvimimniiiLtG nianv uiuiu
if tho requisite fund could be obtained.
The institution i supported wholly by con
tributions. Let tho friend club together in
a sin"lo neighborhood and send a box or
barrel ofclothing that may be ued.or pro
visions, always remembering that money
,u ,n,ii,r in their stead. A carclul in
spection ol the management ol tao insuiu-
tionwlll C'tnvinco auv uui; lu .
..-HI h. a.,r,r,,riat,r1 tfl the oblCCt. US
nothing is conuuiid in salaries or pay of
soliciting agent. Lvcrything is managcu
with the strictest economy, and under the
...-.I.,! G,inrTi.:in nf the noble ladies who
nice themselves to the work. It is a mury
, nun in sucu an uuicui, s ,ui-
home institution, and wo can see lor our
of the rood our charities
will accomplish I hope none will come to
Burlipctcn without calling on tho presi
dent. Mrs. William C. IlicLok, or the vice-
president, Mr J. A. Sbcdd, for further in
formation, and alo visit the Home Cor.
Tue Sea Serpet. Capt. IngalN, of the
Ida U. bnofford. reports that on
,.., ,r,n Tr,m the. Ka-t 00 SAW U CTCaiUro
which must have been the sea serpent. He
came out of tho water twice quite near tbe
schooner, ana tne captain luiuuue v. ,
r... ,n nth i i nenn mucu rescuiumu
thatola wbalc, but was larger. He had
large heavy flippers, and when they struck
the water mesounu was suaip wu
Portland Press, 2ofA
Bristol. Edward Dillon got jolted out
nf his Innded waron la-t Monday, striking
on hi head and shoulders, injuring his spine,
to such extent that he became paraljied
and died from tbe effects of his injuries
Emerson Smith, proprietor or the cider
mill at the east end of the village has built
a cask that holds 4'.' Darreis.
A child ol Dennis Bissonnctt fell from
the door yard lence a lew days ago.iraciur-
ing and dislocating tne rigni eioo .
Cdaruk Ross Redivitcs. A Cincinnati
despatch says : John W. llinmin and his
mother, an account of whose arrcs-t at men-
mond. Ind.. for abduction of Johnnie Eddy
Moffitt was publUhed, last week, makes the
followine statement: Uinmanknew nothing
ot the abduction of Charlie Ross until led to
an investigation by oung M&ffitt himself,
who in looking at a paper containing bu
brother's picture, raid, "That is mybrothci
Walter; I wonder where he is now." When
shown tbe picture ol the home of Charlie
Ras, be taid: Oh, that is where I used
to live, and there (pointing among tbe
tree;) is where my swing u--ed to be. ay
ud this fctrcet is where I got into the car
riece with two nun. When shown the
niptures of Charlie Ross, be said, " I uei
to have curli. too, like that, but they were
cut clT, while I was drumming on a tin pan
with two sticks way upon a high hill in the
porch of a big houe belore we went on tne
tcator-nn A h'lCT hOMC that Went PUS.
puff (imitating tbe exhaust pipes ol the
LtMrnori llinman f-av there aro at leat
seven dtinct marks upon Johnny Moffitt
corresponding with similar -identifications
upon Cbarlto Ross. That boy has been locked
.in ond iil-trpatM lnr talkini? to them about
his old home. When called Charlie Ro-s
heburstinto tears, and said, Don t call
mi that name here, or 1 will ba locked u
;n o riarb rnpt. Thcv sav that th
adontcd daughter of Moffitt's cautioned
them fthnnt makin? anv facts in regard to
the boy public.and acknowledged that there
was a mystery as to who he was. The Ilin
mans say they did not a-k Johnnie to go
trith thrm Jin volntarilv ran awav from
Mcffit's, and accompanied young llinman to
a wagon in tbe woods, where be begged to
be taken. Ho taid that they were trjing to
reach a telegraph cEce where they could
communicate witn nos. r. iouui if
very wealthy farmer and bears an unblenr
Fbie Will BarTi-TS. The first Free Will
Baptist Conference ever held in the United
States was held at tho hi-t Hill meeting
houe, in TunbriiJgc, Oct. II, 1627. Th
Strafford quarterly meeting, which cm-
braces tbe town of Tunbridgc, commenced
Tuesday the celebration of the fiftieth anni
versary ol the conference ol 1827. The
morning exercises were as follows: Open
inir Tirarer. address of welcome, bv Rev. A
bbepard. of Brookficld; remini'-ccnccs of
tho East Hill church, by Hon. A. II. Drew,
Devcon Major Smith and Rcr. A. Sbepard
At the conclusion of the morninc excr
ns. refreshments were served. The alter-
noon exercises were as follows : Reading of
renilutun pas-ed bv the General Conlcr
micu at Providence. K. I.. October. 1671. re
lativo to celebrating the filtieth anniversary
ol tbe first conference ; reading of tho
minutrsof thefcn-t Ocncral Lunlcrence, by
Rev. I). S. Fro-t.of bt. Albans; prater
wrmon bv Rev. D. S. Front: text. Revelation
22i chapter. 17ih ver-e: theme, iAlva-
tion:" benediction bv Rev. John Maxley. The
evening exercis consisted of prajerand
oenlerecce, and a sermon ty itev.rn Viarn
The weather being unpropitious through
out, tbe attendance was not what was ex
Burlington and Lamoille anhPortlin
and Ogdensdukg Railroaps. In reply to
our recent strictures on tbe conduct of th
receivers of tbe Portland and Ogdensbur;
railroad in refusing to make connections
with the Burlington and Lamoille railroad
the former, through tbe St. Alban Mastn
fcrt say :
From all information that we
gather, there as no purpose on the part o:
the receivers of the Vermont division ol th
Portland and Ogdensburg road to sever the
connection at Cambridge Junction Their
straitened finances made it incumbent upon
them to reduce the running expense, and
this thev did bv takinir off the express tra;
with which the BurJineton and Lamoil
had connected. They now run a mail train
both ways each day, and a paenger car on
their freight trains. It would t-ecni not to
be inconvenient lor the Burlincton and La
motile, which is only a tap, to accommodate
itwli to tbe main lino, hconomy hy tne
Portland and Oedensburg is certainly com
mendable, for it owes construction and run
ning expense claims which it ought to pay
and is htrurclinz to rav: and of course
while owing like that, not to mention inter
est, and making home neeary outlays lor
tbe eafety of its track and tbe increase of
motive power for moving fat-t accumulating
freight, it cannot be expected to run lor the
special accommodation of parties, some ot
whom were never backward in throwing
obttacles in tho way.
In answer, it may be said If tho Bur
lington and Lamoille railroad is 'only a
tap,' it is the largest 'tap" the managers
of tbe other road ever saw. Tho Portland
and Ogdcnburg road, in the first place, ran
their morning train so as to make it neces
sary for tho Burlington and Lamoille to
leave here at five o'clock in the morning,
under which condition tho latter road, of
cour-e, could do no profitable buinc, and
naturally made the change necessary to ac
commodate our pcoplo and thouo along the
line. ion alter the Portland and Ogdens
burg managers withdrew their a I U moon
train, leaving us without any connection,
whatever, beyond Cambridge Junction.
Since the opening of tbe Portland and Og-den-burg
railroad, la-t July, not anngle
train has arrived at Cambridge Junction on
time, the delay being from half an hour to
four hours or more, and it was impossible,
on this account, for tho Burlington
and Lamoille road to make connec
tions at the Junction at all. As to that
fan accumulating freight,' we may
say that the only freight of much account
went out from Burliogton and was delayed
at Cambridge Junction by tho Portland
and Ogdensburg managers. The last and
somewhat personal clause of the mana
gers Tery lucid manifesto, quoted above,
we confer ourpelvM unable to understand.
Bi.ii Boston t'hTs!cian. "has nociasl as a blood
purifier- lleanni of its many wondBrlul cures after
all other remedies hi I fa 1 lot, I v.slte.Hho Labora
tory, and conTinc-'d mjself of its genuine merit, it
Ttrenared from barks, roots and herbs, acn o
hich is highly eflective, acl they are compounded
such a wanner as to produce astonishins result.
the (i reat Blood rurtficr.
Will cure the worst caso of bcrolula.
Is recomnunded b) ph)MCun8 and apothecaries.
Has fleeted some marTtllous cures in cases of
urea the wort cases of Canker.
Mttu with wonderful success in Mercurial .tisea-es.
Will eradicate Salt f.lieum from tbe sy stem.
Kemoves rimples and lluimrs from tbe lac.
Cares Constipation and Rejulates tbe Bowels.
Is a valuable remedy for Headache,
Will euro D)Spspsia.
Restores tbe entire Betem to a bealtby condition.
Removes the cause ofPUr'ness.
Kelieves Faintles at the Stomuch.
Cures IV.n in the Back.
Lffectually cures Kidot-j Complaint.
Ji ftTectue in the cure tf Keiiulo Woakues.
Is the sreat remedy for C noral Debility
i. Vt,.,trtw,-r4l l,v il rlifsesof neoDle tu be tin
lieu ana mos; renaoie moou i-uiuiri m
ii. it. sti:vi:.s itoMon, .mis.
Vcirctiiui U M 1'V all PruirjrNK
iN'or I "Jlwlm
Continued until Nov. 4.
Walnut Chamber Sets
1 Set of 4 riccci BctMcad, Marble Top
Drciwinj; Ca.-c, JlarWc top aMi stand
and Marble Top table at
Kat Lake Stv'c
ASH CHAMBER SETS.
Containing 10 Fiecea fn m J23 and upwardB.
1AIXTED CIIAMISEU SETS
From JI5 upward.
Bom eleaot 0&-a at ry low prices.
4 SuiU of 7 Ticccs each Seal llmwn all wool
Terry, Stuff liick Parian, PicdBacli,
and PlAin Scat, each at $C0 00
Suit 7 Pieces, Seal llroun at 45 00
" 7 " ll-iir CIulli at 45 00
7 " Seal liroun at 50 00
' 7 ' Tan Satin, larpe.atfO 00
Jted Terry, "
Seal Hruwn at
Tln allrnliiin ol llie Inlialiitiint
of lriv i:iiu'lninl living titliln
orlM'jond a limit ol AO mile
from IIoioii, Ih tailed to llie
Hkenntr it thill le made known to tbe proprie
tors oIOk IU1I, that sir jersona in anyone ton
de sire to examine the Fall and Winter joodi which
are now beios exhibited by us iu the custom de
mrtment.and tojnf ordttM for irinenu from th
Minr, we will lend a competent man, with aamp.ei,
to take me aor at no xtra expend. Tb- price
(hall ! ex acri T the miim as a-kd in our own cus
tom rooms, fronJtbatt!ielii!taiipe from Button
does net xcced Afy mtln bere tin- distance ei
ce. da filty mil s the lollow.ni sums will lo adde-1
for xpenwof traielliu ,nmfly tetween lifty
and one hundred miles, tb added (.barge on the
whole order will be it it dolu kh betm en one hun
dred and two hundred miles, fifteen dollars.
OuUidethw limit r I. w hnjrland e ri.aU uot
rocrHt willU cieii. The Ct in all carta will
be -uarante-d Uoodn will be sent U. 0. 11.. with
tbepriile-e .f examlnln;. No traiellln ynt
will be mploj.d tt autborired to act for ui in any
wiiy.a.i1wetballon. "end our rt-prentatUe a to
eucli r nas vrm cvki tstttnuKni r. with m.
Aif I fiand Sporttmtn fhoii d fend for tbe llluf
trated circular "ttl.e -'Iloston Mitlns buit'made
ana .M only by
O. Wr. SIMMONS & SON,
O A K JC -l I' L t
Oct IU -MelA Iw
That at Vi.-i!ATi:"s. U'nlcli work i--iliiniMii
tlienio-t tlioKiiiL'li iii:iiiiit,:iI
i'iy lfilocfil rate-.
Corroct lEiiilronil linic ki'pl liy I lit'
liiifst lifgulaliir in tin) fill.
WiiKlica, :lrlis, Jrwrlrjr, In
liirm- vnilfly. iiikI sold rlirnp.
C W. WINCATK.
Hv far Oio lamest niitl most
attractive assortment in tlic
State, 1 prices to siur the
wants tit all.
frT" ll'e make Gloves onrf
Mittrn.t n iiiisiiie. and enn-
fltleutly believe Hint-ive, offer
fl rearer 1 1) a iivein en r i uuiicra
in oar line iimn uny mm-r
dealer in litis elty or mate.
Call ami see lor j ourselves.
"IVn will deem it a pleasure
to show joh our goods
whether jou want to pur
chase or not.
"Wholesale and Uelail.
.1. 11. WHITTEN,
7! College St.
Oct 12, Jitr
CLOSING OUT SALE
J'ha lons, Top and Open lluij
ijles, Tiro-seated open Wa
gons. Jump Seats. JCxten
ffoii Top, Second-hand
Carriages and Wa
gons, Farm Wa
gons, civ., Vr.
ThiaU an ci-ortunltj nier Wfore offered for
I-arties wanting anjthiDi: in our line tolu at
Come and tee while ourftoek ideumpleta.
At Shclburii Village.
TKA.OY & IiOItEKTS.
81elbuni,!VUBept.. IS??. dlwtf
Is it to-day
THAT toit aim: i.oist; Tl itrv
A Suit of Clothes '.'
A Winter Overcoat '.'
A Fall Overcoat'.' or
Your Underwear? or
A llat or Cap ? or
A Shirt? Then so to
Where a& IiLmense stock la n.w reudy for
r.iivkitir nitTn Suiti at SHAW'S than at anv
other place in town. We cLallense ny of our
4-umpelttors to tiiowjou cools tnllii lino e'iuai in
liter norlamantbip, ttnd lor iirool rime in aud see
E. V. SHAW,
7S Main St., Jiurlington, I t.
Kducatcunrnien and ladies for the pnnr pil
dutlea of life. 'I u Bay one wbo mil rend u" x list
ot njmrn or jwns iron9 of a miUWe:to
attend tbis mIixoI we will Herd, 1rre ol rhare, a
nirreof UmuMIuI h nrrnrlt. I r CJ'aln-rwe, gums
lull partieulairtaodreitiialTri.,W. .Mil'iirAlU
L U1III-1 1S, Principals. Ucti nion,eJtwt'iu
WOODMAN, TKUI5 at CO
IHIUHTKIM ANI IIIALMM IN
Drv (jioods, Woollens.
AND 31AliI WAKISH.
Corner dl'.Tliilille iiimI I'i'iiiISIh
Oct ii dtotiir.iu
HiicoirslUockvCluuTli SI rcr t,
,1. 15. WKMiKK, 1KNT1HT.
TU Ki.vr, ii:ahh pkactici:.
Prices to suit the times. All work warranted.
OIH e, C'urner uf ltie ml CtillcKr1 hta.
Ftb',dwtl Burllncton, VI
Wrlmvi- insl ornrI our of llu
lrl srli''lrl of
IliTrslirtwn in Hii. 'Hy, ami
ciitlraior to iiinlk our .ir
oik ol'llir 1110-.I jittrin'Iivc
in ilio Vry sl line.
A LAP.t.K AiSORlMhNT OF
JSlavfc& CoIorcdJ)ress Goods,
In all srarles.from 12J ct.per janl up lo thetinest
"tufis tolflcunit In the u.arket home .ery nice
l'.LAt fAbHMKHI'&. atniind cents ftrjard.
Tlte-o -o'-lfi aro I X TB liAUtiAlNa. A nice line
ffTltlMMIMi blLKti, In all color, at verv low
).ncei'. mack and cilorei eltct". Inatlquilitioe.
rare tarsias, at $ianl per ard.
A lull llntMifl-ncllr' anil piiIs'
Hiiilerweiir, MiiyH ami noiime
Mmuls at all piirt'S Talilc
I. hu-lis, iuUi"-. Tourlf,
Of l.:cli we have a vi rr lare line, anJ will I oM
Lower than the Lowest!
Plain andi'heck Flannel. Kepcltanta In all colors,
Ticking i liev lot bbirt.nss. iHsium, Cotton
Print?, iiinbama. c. wb'cli will te nM
cbeap fur iab. A full line of Ladies
at.il Gent Hosiery and (iK'Tfli. bilk
nl Uorsted Fringe in oolle-3
varU ty. 5nicz n Kit! Uloves
in tho new lall eulurs at
Tj J. p?r pair.
('urfit of all kimi. ineluairR Madame FojN Cor
eetbnd fckirt buKiner.
The atot' Ctwds arc tilt new ami lotilit lor cash,
Mid Hill 1 sold rbe&pcr than tho rhapet. Fleaae
call and 4 xamine vxils and pm'td tn :ure purchae
in els. wMre.
Comer Cliiircli mill lEank M4.
Oct li- tt
Our Jlranthi of "Jleach
Jlrni." "White Jlose." "Alll-
a-in; ami "Slialeri,' Jlcst"
Jb'lour, are mtctintj villi a
ltirio stile because of then
superior quality and fair
Tea and Coffee
Our sales have nearly
doubled. Call and nee us.
WESTON, -10NES & l?KOS,
Ht'UI.I.MiTOX. I T.
- I'AhiniiAiti.i: i-Aiiii.noiwoaiiao
with lamp, ln. 'Ji tcroll, Uh name. IW.,
posHaid. Asenta'outlit. lUJ.
Oct i. vr-i "
oe, I'AM'. AIIDS, mow Hake, damask, ic.no
tn aiike, it a name, vv, Mtrauuruwi,
haau.N V. Oct wl3w
IL & R. ATWOOD.
Vbo8s:lo Utilcrsand I'lanlcr in
I'loviili-iiro II Ivor nml Virginia
I!) Commercial M., lloston
w. , ..11 nr lare. I'ROVlDKSfE R1VKR3
fresli freni tl-:r 113 lauy, ai yi.vu per saliva,
nii.i Niiuli il.I.s t 1', cent. Mr '.ration. Alao,
fltOl IItK nil r.ll AH m av i bamo
In the shell ly the lushcl or Imrtl.
Ureal chance to make money. I
tou can't Eit cold joucan jre
sn enbacks. We need a person in
cT-rv town to tke subscriptions
Jl'i ttlnt rated family publication in
i mm i.r me mr-resi. rneaieEt ami ih?
tbe world. Any one can become fuco-s slul agenu
llie ruoet elepant ttoris Ol an piven ireo iou
icrihers. The price is Bo low that aluit e er body
.,.u..rltiAti llna 'ianr ti iifirl in intf over lljO in
a week. A lady a-ent rtprtts taking over -liMsub-penber
in ten daj s. All who ensase make money
fast. Vou can deiote all jonr time to the ruaim?e,
or only jour fl are time. Vou need not b' away
from borne oer nizbt. You can io it as well
a m intra. 1-till Tiart If ulars. direction and
termslne- Heaant and espersive cutfitlree. If
uMant probtable work n-nd u jour address
at once. Itco.-ts nothing to try thebusinemi No
one who enrajc fails to make treat paj. Address
"Tbe 1 eople s Journal." roltiann, siaicr
T AX--. for ART DpOMIATION. t'redui
JtO tlGl V color, plazed Icside. 1-anry Flower
Pots, JirHin e, ire unci, nay nmxi, -c
Manufjcturern puces. IVRTLASDbtcm Wi:eIo.
mi kiii Mreei, iHtioii. vii o
iattv PIANO. ORGAN best. Ad-Lock
I utartlin1 fre! Oraan, l. tti'iu $"-.. Pianos
onlv SI Si. CitttCTO. Cinularslrve. Daniel t.
tr.itty, Uafhmjton.N. J. Oct H-'dlw
I The only combination of the true
iamaica timber with choice Aro-a-iiiiiini
v,maticsi and trench Urandy, for
.itiiivis. . wear ns ami vrosira
tionof tbt uenous torces, InaMl ty
in Mtern. c.l.lm of tbe xtr mil
IlilUnH'.l lul Nimto-utrerini bumjnity at
onre pihiuic;. BirPDiuou.iii ami
A(k lor Mnford' Jamaica im jer
SHJthoM' Apeoti Makics $ to $l a week
MOCEAUEMV WANThll KUtTHK
Cross th'' Crescent.
ti, thrillm Ilistorv tf r.us and Turk for:
tear. A Ud Moryot Mooillud and lanatic.sm,
Hie Stri!" Hr I owcr ami rrreu. iv mo . 1
I )r 1. IV t'.rx-Li-ll KiF.fllx - 111 fir I tCUllS
ii lii'iou. fooial snd imtitiral outi in; their iiilers
and "entraI-, rau-eiof llin r. wetjibtv Inttresi;
......b. -t- r.i.1,,.. ft.1. II1N OnK iiZll.
in it r.iiti ts iic 'iiki ll.u-iratujiif. and far
nirpl al! utlrsin uiliti and iialik xile. Irlce
just reduced i". tt" ' beiwl for full parlicu
lars. llut'turd Vuhs., prlnle
let Id. M&.1r
r t lAVMK MlKIt'A KltS, with name. ince,
tilt 1 tr. 'Si without case. 'K . So new fun i-ardu I IW-,
tiutliUH-c. F. WAbllM'CN aiiddIelH.ro,
i.t.-i 00 to si.i.M ii:ic
in ntrv eommunltF for Men or Women ol inttlii
jrttr.ee and enem fuaines1 Uibt.ta'V andrispeet
hi, tvod nrcir.-jlar. P.W.ZlKiLl-K iu.ii
Arch ht.. l'hIU l"a. Oct -n. Mnwiw
ThoKe wihiilnj llelie f and Cure for Hi pi i i.b should
consult lr J, A. fill KMAIN, J' - lir.Mdwjt, el
Vork.MM iik lor bts now liook. with I'liotocraphii
1 1 kern ri-cs ol Pad cisei bo' ore and after euro. I ware
1 1 cheats who preteLd to lurn'.-h lr Miett
i. .,f th. f. Ilnwt. n I'.Krman fli'flt. now Tallin1
hitmeliIr.tt.U.rp uipivn. is lodiciwlc nooiuplaint
of lr. t., ami await trial lor lorsery anti emu
ilemcnt Oct t, M.t,w l
; Jlis Word. Norl
and II oruers
Tb's U tbe Latent. Most At
traclue, Llrest,('beaIet and
v.chl iiiU'iraien litKiK on iun
Wonderful Mao that has 1 ct bren l-ubliobed. I
.-ontains bin or Mooi, t- -.t . P.li-, Vuitti r,
ind others. A Ho Moil's l.--t rlllon, imhh
I'.Tlr 1 t, lliiMim. i.T llnrlrilio. LlOln llr.i in ' am
addres in I ond n.t-dint urh. I'ul.lin. I'.rookljn,
New York, Philadelphia. Oiiiii;o ami IkisIoD,
Koldonly by -ubvription.
A vnvi r. WANTKIt. Send Tor lull .le-tcriptlvw
Alff 611 IS terms and urculnrs to
NFLMIV A Pllll.I.ll'i;3i:road.ar.N.V.
FOR PAIIilCl'Lins. AIMUlhaS,
AVilson Sewing aiaeliine Co.
I.roatlwa) , New 1 ork L'lij .
U hicii. 111.. New tlrleans .
i r fjn 1-rjuci'tv, (ul.
Oct III, Mint
Al.i:. I U Ti:i lot llir
WOKK DAYS OF (JOD.
A t4Hk of tiianellou l4Ul) and richnef In
lhousht.itIeand Historic licit. Lives the exv
ream of avietii e. making iln thrilling wonders Ainl
l-rlht uems household treJuer. t".ndoitl by the
I'nMtnd l'lers rverj where.
KAilK CI1ANCK lor Aent. Kales immen-e.
Haiupla Illutiratlon. ireulars and Irrim Ulrh;
al once. J. t JU t UUHV tU l' adelphi. I'a.
n-., and llevoUers. Illu-tratiil l'r ire Lift
Uu.UStre'. tiHraT IVr-imf ttonas,
I'llUbur;. I'a. th ttal,M4w tf
'lit it p et'e- She
Munic loetj.. -ll
Oct - , 'ilmlw
lUillii MAMMOTH (Uf IT TO KVKIIV
J 1 ljlJ 1HM bteiuwindir Watch I HIK
li iifM older. 'I ri Pol t.
IU. t i;uNHill A (.. 1'bll.o
. or Mil
WlliLIAM II. SUVWAUI),
111 Nil I IIU,. UK II "I loll.. V. I III 111 I "II W I lull..
Tor tonus ail'lri-'aal
IT.IH IV.I. AVI.M'I'. llllt lll.sTi:il,
Oct hi. Meoillif
Xl"" A'.nl. Wnntfl l..r Ibe llislurr ul Turkey
.HI an.Mlar In llie l-ail. A'.eoU eoiuinj lu
U.J. 11 I'uint lite. 1ILM' M 1 ll. ltoekland, Biass.
II I I
GO TO THE
And ileal direct with tbe uiunufacturer, which will
sare i ou from one to three profit a. We nball keep
constantly on band a full assort meat ot
fancy and 1'lahi Casttimere,
Jhlanncl and Stocking
Which w will exchange for Cash or Wcol at
'tonhhinsljr lew Gxuroa.
HT All onler for Yarn, accompanied mtb the
money, will le filled at onr regular price and sent
by mail free of charge.
Is the necessity of the present time, dive ua a trial
and wo will clothe yon and jour families for one
half tho money you would otherwise pay.
Wo guarantee lower prices
than any oilier mill or dealer
In the State.
For thirty-two years tbe public Lave sustained
us in niaVias zood ffoods. for uliich we return our
Hmtsburib. VU Majr II, 1S7T. wtf
Excelsior & Ex
lliiu'slntrgli, - - - Vermont.
Alio lealer In
Our Ma Urates are made from the choicest Ex
celsior lcfore it is pressed, and therefore adding
more than one-nail to its wear
Ce sure and call and see our stock.
March 9, wtf
THE GREAT QUESTION
Tho place lo buy Carpets
cheap is at
H. INI. HULL'S,
lie is prepared to show as large a line of
As can be found In the State. New pattern! received
as fan as out. He aho has his usual extenaite
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
A line assortment of Ilamburshi at remarkably
(.cuts' ami Boys' Clothing,
Hats, Caps. Boots and Shoes,
Hardware, Crockery, Drugs
and Medicines, l'aiuts and
Oils, Groceries and Flour.
Also Azenta for Dobbioa Eletic8oap, tb. best la
too world. Wholesale and llettlL.
Marili 2-ntf tt. M. I1ULL.
have on hand a
COOK and PAKLOH, COAL
tuat we will sell at prices
lower than ever belore
w. fan Hv. .rest bargains In Second-ham! Cook
and Parlor Move . as ne hare a lara assortment
AT THE PRICE WE i'ELL
Ilussla and American Iron
No one can afford to use-old.rottoncr defective plpo.
READ .V .HAINMUf.
Ilme.bnrsb, VU, Oct. 5, 1577. wtf
IS'ew and Improved Patterns
ADAITED TO ALL KINDS OF SOILS
I'lows, Harrows, Steel-tooth
Cultivators, potato jioes,
Shovel Plows, with Iron
or Steel Eludes, Iron
and Steel Road Seraj)
ers. Zand Rollers,
Sugar Arch Castings, Cast
Fence I'osts, Post Dlauls and
QrKciaInn: done on short notice.
It. IC. 1'ATltlCIC,
( Successor to K. Patrick Hons.)
RT Liberal d.scount to the trade.
P. J. MURPHEY
FANCY AND STAPLE
Groceries, Flour, Queens-
ware. Hals, Cans, Moots,
Shoes. Nails. Glass. Paints
Oils, Dye' Stuffs, Family
Medicines, Perfumeries ana
Notions generally, oj wnicn
I do not intend lo be unaer
sold in the county. '
IMea.se call and examine
stock whether purchasing
or not. Uoods shown witn
A specialty made in tho
purchase and Mile ot TEAS
lor family use.
Illneibursb, t.. Mar. 2, nit
New Harness Shop.
The undertime! would respectfully inform the
jieoplo ol Chittenden i;ounty, mat lie oas oieueu
rirsl-Clins lliirnrss -sliop. In
Next do4r to n. M. llnU'H Store, nhere he will be
k! id to see all bis old customer, and many new
JOHN U. ALLEN.
Oct. li, .77-w3m
UUSSEMa A. COHEV,
IIAMId I'l I.IHA'-IU TllK
Grist Mill at Jllnesburyh
And Repaired and Kefitted tho sam,oirr for sale
uats. naney, nneai ami voro. ior Mmiug.
Bran, bhcrts, t'orn, and all Kinds of
(round Feod constantly on
hand at the lowest price.
Custom work done i
the hott manner at short
Coffins and Caskets
Of all sire atd various stjlea constantly on hand.
New and full supply of THIMMING3. Trices to
suit the times. TuaikM to all our former patrons,
while wo solicit further attention. llelieTinjour
twenty IH jeirs esperietic enahles us to under
staud and meet the wants of tbe puMiO.
S. C. CASTLE,
March 2-wtf IIIi:slllIIJll. T.
Tho umiersigniMl keeps Hurnessei constantly on
bund. An "tyleof llitrneiis maae t onlor out of
thn hett Btttck. a- d the Intent sti le ol Trimmings.
tine "ork made a ipecUlt). Impairing donoon
rhort notice. I'riceii k low as the low eft. Call and
li. TIIItftKll A CO,
llltiesl.urgh, Vt.. March?, wtf
DAMKli rATKllK9 Unci,
M AN I' FAITH IthH OF
HITTER TV US.
Custom Miu lim nml I'ln luliitf -
Helall healer in Hard and Hoft Wood Lumber.
March.. wU llinburith, Vt.
THE EYE, EAR, and THROAT
Successfully Treated with
SAHFORD'S RADICAL CURE.
Crc CES i the tt of merit, and snccesa In tbe treat
O liiv lit of ('atnrrhil Atlti-tion'.nnirwjnin7 mUera-
Mu fjiluro.nit jh uailsiiibted prckiicrur4ttTi proper.
Ufa lit tin! remedy uii. 1hh.s M.FOEu'ii t:moAL
Ctca fir fatarrli pw-n.- ftuh properties the evi
(lcnrp.tt I It fhaiK'ol iiiim1k iicd ti 1111111011 lul 4 from thd
motrH.ji.t.Ul p I'pltf in all nations of Llp.must oe
1 otii Itisne on I bin t'int. eer. u lielK-vr.ln the hl
tory orpopul-triiif ili lne bu rnrh Taluablc ttrsttmony
lci nolfiTuil. frity olfi re. lu f norof aoyrcmeily than
that tn l!it iHKfiesion of th1 proprietors of AiroD'B
lUntiMLfl i.k. Aiidvjln ibItfnaitl4,itdocnocrepre.
scLt a thoiisinalth pirt (ft n f rommecilatlons Which
arei-nayiifriiii'y irn m ht'M n'lomnuiiavor. reo
plt of altb ami refinrmr it In nllprtiof the rooiitry
i.ij "I". at ruiirii'iuii " 1 uj uiciii'i'l i( cuts
ni.vrn 1 11 thi rpirHl.tr lucillrnl iirofa-Hsiinn. )intnhiin tin
piitilt. ty Inrl'lcntui ti a puhllstieiistuteoient. He pen
irt ot tlnwe Uhhi M f.ir tlio rrrwa mrntionrd. The
il.winntiltittPdtftlm.nlal from Hexkt W flla.
ki . of V el In. ! urio & ln.'l 1- xpre-t. U an outsnuVeu
ludorscmcut ot lilch we arc Justly prou-1.
.n M344 . Iwfi tlriiwt I hjiulLrximoninnlhi fa-It It av
ilutr that I f to mffi r htimamtr tn write Ton.
st-tUrnr tne creat lm ut tliat I hmeilrrieil from tha
uaeif Sa3.oc( ll wu 11. ( imtiuK UTiEita. For
more thfia 1!0 year I have li. n a-Htrtcvl uti tUU very
iMLiiomu cumpiniiiu 1 luto irn t nil tuo ri'mcmrt
t (.. ill. 1 tlml. lint tl l triiAfi rlTl t.r Mmi.niit
hi-nelit. I at full tlir th 1- I I arrival at, that state
t'jAt I tnnt liive rrli.-f t.r illc. 1u i-ntlrr nn-nihrnnnni
ystrni h ot hernm.- m JnCann d, an.t the tomncb m
hum cn to 1 110 1 acme roaot.or n i ai i go wbetber 1
haul.Tlliti t cotl luck. .r tiot. 1 iw sn K.tTcrtliir.
njfnt of thi mi'dl'tie, and a'thonch being very tnered
uluiisj Khout Bpfctnia or notnini of any kind. yet In
Phet-r Uwirillon 1 tried thin, an it wa at once ttfnrflteil
by it. Hie rhinj:Bof cl'm itv.it t hronii dine axe of Ittr
liver, and toy imr may prrvrnt my 'Mire
rrktoratin.bnt itiebem t I itt-nre Iron it tf illy one
Htuniei nti' ('.'. and 1 an hpln?ti tie completely
cnri'ii. atijatl -tarrn-at t rerpetthle oht aue.
If tit n- it.'meiit of n.r c i-e can be of any wr Ire to
tlinn ell it ted a I h ire hi'en. ai d enable yon to bring
his rniidiy inio more ifin-rai . expi-i-uny on me
irt tin r I whero tt N much nee Jdf I. niT uhiect In
writing thN noli will be obtain!.
rrTtrtiKT-.nr. 1U-.VT.V WFLLS.
AVr:oa . N. Juno, I'.Z. of Vt'elU, Fari Co.
Fuc'. r.tcl.fii'.-fftntjitu Ir. in font's Imtirovc.l Tnhnl.
Inir 1 uhe. and full dim Hons lor iuo In alt cmi-i. 1'rlre
tun. tor rule by ail Iiolttuiln and Itail lniKifUu
and Ialt'rttironi;tirat the 1'niteil i-tateinnd Canada.
tttLKS 6. II'TTH:. General Accnts and WLulcsalo
ITugiaW, IUnton. X! js.
ThlUtrert!l that 1 have been nslncyonr Collt
Voltaic lLArn:3 for hul irjjiuient of the splemi autl
D cure so ton In the Momuch. hiiI they hve irlven me
more relief than any other remedy 1 hnvcever uned I
unnlil liiirhlv reeommeptl them in all uferlDLr from
the etfeit of paluaud inCammitlon
riccaEio,Mo.,Ju.'e?i. 1 7t
1IarIni'oeeiIon tonve arrmodv for n rtru nfTfrriHiii
In mT stilt I tried one f iuir l uLLIM." oLTA10 I'LAfV.
Tta.and In tu.Dt four hour the pain waq en t Irt ly
trmovru. j. i. on n 'ii-.
. i t JPier rust . ai h-ii.il.
ikon a. MlVx Jane It. 1...
Collin oltalr rl aster' elve the best satisfaction
hre of anyihlnc t it tias in (. tried for LaniencM and
catnesa wi iuc itick. ncnu eou mere rieru n j.
171. t .
BetaT. ILL, June
IiIcef 25 Cents.
Tt. rarrfjl to olitain CtiLLIN-.' Volt tic l'L AST EB. a
romhination of t It ctru and oil air- Pint. h. It b a tilb
ly MvaiCAU-a i-iati-r, a.-t ttm in tne aiKnecui. rom
by all H holrtal nd lUdall ItrncitW throitfrhout thm
United Mat. nd t'anndasund hj H K ItJTTl.t
Proprietors, Hot-ton. Mjt.
Nov I wed. satiwim
on wamiiiivi;to: vriiKKT, novrosr.
This Schcol Is desimed to eive to pupils of either
rat th hert and most through rrenaration lor com
mercial pursuits. It is now well known and lully
Tin; IaAimji-st am mot sitckvs.
wu co i:ic iii. miiuui.
As thorough training istiTerel In this School to
thni who desire to Drenare for business Dursuits.
as is given in the Law or Medical School to those
who choose a pro:eion. kach patil advances
independent ot any otcer.
It (loieinline l-i of the highest order. Its gratia
ates may be found in all the leading mercantile
nouses in ice city.
PodIIs ti cflred at anv tioio durinc the veiir. uDOn
suituble notiQcation. For admission or for Pros
pectus containing term. Ac . apply to or address.
If. K. lllltltltl.
Principal and Prrprletor,
(Hours. 9 till 2 C. aslunston Sucet, Boston.
TlifWN'8 Carriagf, Sleiah. Wagon and Harness
O balsro(mt, first coor wmuio: aneiUou-e,
The tendendency of tbe ttmes demands that price
DROP, DROP, DROP,
And in accordance therewith I shall cfler lor la
spection-aQdsale.at LOW Kit I'KlCts, a fine lot o
twann.l ttiriA cnrln" nnd extention too Pe.vton;
sidespnnp, fide bar, top and no-top Itusgies Cou
cord and two heated Wagon, jump s t, single
and double llarni'Sje-1, Ac . c.
larties can rest asured of getting a st.isb,
strong, and thoroughly finihel vehicle andbar
nehs. Orders by mail will receive prompt and
laithful attention. Visitors, deainug topu-chase
or not, are cordially invited to inspect our sioca.
II.D. BHOWiX, I'roprielor.
Burlington. May 4, l7. wtf
A AGENTS WANTED FOR THE n
Hcoatalaafnll deierlptlMi of Hijthrr KMla.TarLtf ,
IfipL Urisnsr. lu lllwir, rh- Ilalv Land. tic.
IUutrsittvl with ifji iinr 1 n.Tif me. Thi m Ih vl
UaapicU llilxy pubhuluil ot tha tountric lU'oiTrJ ia tlia
Thi irrand new work la th mralt of tTmnt and Eitf o
tvi Travrl In all th otuntm niiBurJ It la a hrt and
-timrlr tKai.W thoii.voiieonthiin jvit sn.lthisi
sl M-llintT un vrr publtlinL tin A.-ut l nlr
the tnt anvtlirr, I i w 'ir. SI
HKlmntiV Acrnta.ilnntl.ii.4lt. tSrrjr vaTChsnra
to lotke m.nfr nf.mlwrt'Wrtwwn. VW, .J",
lime. v,nil I r our Fit- Tfrm In Atfrnt. amt a lull tl
rlntionnf Ih 4frrl"otli an.l Jii.lif-fir vnurwlTe. A Wrt-
A. It. Woatuivuiui i lo,lulIl.hfrs lUrtford, ttl.
JIT SST, izi EAZ
tiers ac:t ta a7 r:iijr ef
Sets A::;rs3 rArrxsn,
C3 Ctziu Ti: tiiJ ars uirly
Lilies Jet Zti'i -.ti Ciansi
FEED YUUK HOUSES.
)ERS0?)S who iMt Burlington. oOen wish ti
know here they can leave their tfnim at.d be
uureof their getting Roinii-jre and. to those I would
say that 1 ho recently p tlttwl the urge turn. t'U
McHhamc fclrn-t. rearot Pre Pre-?.enirjme Inmi
Church bt., hrelaiu prrpireal t. tithe carol
teims care'uily and a- chap a any oao
I also kfep a Rood iiumt-er ol aniirle and double
tiams, tareiui nnver iurnu sa-ru "
Juneat.wtt 1"A J. ri.AIVAliAS
ltlt. AconHwanlfd. Hu-I-
Aug Jl. 77-ttly
Sulur. fraleaitMPB aolJ lamellnar
strut, adjms B A UHMHU,
2. . UuHM M- 1 UM-umaU, IX
Aug !!, wly
SJOI.II l'l..Ti:i Tlli:H.t'heaivit
.inlhe Luown worm, uwrie naunrrtt w
Agtntt, AJdrcMti, A. wl tran a vo.. v umta
Aug. I. wly
The most Herful healing agent eter dmcorere-l
PhjaicUns Kite it thehtgbwt praMe.and o-elt and
prescribe U tn tteir praeti.-e. t ores tn.tantl the
rorot bOllrt. allas the pain v I HI KNS. removs
I'llll'L ami HUH Oil--, and Is a thorough lW
INtKl'l'ANI'. It bej.ts the lift of all t'lnl
maiiti and other healinc omi mod. Prictf.2r.cia
pirbo. fold by altdniKiW-
JOHN K. TTkNUV. Vl'KUAN A l .
T?Tt BaiidyTolieKe Place, New ork.
Great Cry and Lots of Wool !
In olh-r words, much said atKtut, and pn nty of
goods at the
;o:uieini:i icoou am .iium
There ran be found there
ITIlrclliimoii Hooks, Hl-nik
ltooliw, Ss ltool IEooUn mill Jlnlrr
litis. IVrlmllriilH A- n Uirrs
rltliiK 1'iiiht, i:nrloiw. Ink,
INn, Clinic. Tjw, Ariif
IrrtnK, IWIirt linUrs xilltt.
ANMImmI HliiHir, in ul I .TIiiHirnl
liislriiiiirnl anl oiImt titiii4-al
rarMy puriH.se Is tjgl.e all the worth of the'r
niouey. Hr-NKV ll. UAV1S.
Burlington Vt.,Aun. 3l( u: tf
The I'iil.rrs uf ;alllee.
ZT ALICE CABr.
There were seven fishers with nets la their Lands.
And they walked and talked by the seaside sands,
Vet sweet as ttia sweet dew tall
Tne words they spake, toah they apoke S) low.
Across me ion;, uiui centuries now.
Ana we know them, one ami all
Ay, know thine- and love then all.
Seven Eud men in the day of Old.
And one wa cntleand one wa DoM,
And they walked with do nward j ea ,
The hold was Peter, the gentle was John,
And they all wen- sad. for the Lord was zone,
ynd tney knew not If lie would rie
Knew not If their dead would rise.
The livelong nizht, till the moon went out.
In the drowoinz waters they beat about t
Beat slow throuzti the Io their way ;
And the tail drooped down with wrinsin wet
And no wan drew but an f mpty net.
And now 'twn the break of day
The great, glad break of day.
"Cast In your nets on the other side
(Twas Jeau speaking across the tide;
And they cast and were draj'in; hard
But that di-ciplo whom Jesas loted
Cried Btralshtway out. for his heart wai moved,
MIt is our risen Lord
Oar Muter and our Lord
Then Simon, strdini bis fisher's coat.
ent o er the nets and out of the beat
Ay, first of them all was he;
Repenting rare the dental past.
lie foared no longer his heart to cist
Like an anchor into the sea
Iowq deep in tbe hungry sea.
And the others through the mists so dim
In a little stip came alter him,
Irainj their net through the tide.
And when tt-y had gotten close to the land.
They saw a fire of coats on the sand.
Aud with arms or bve so wide,
Jesus, the cmc.Ced '
Tis long, and long", and long a?o
blnce the ro'y lights bean to flow
O er the hills of tialilee .
And w ith eager eyes and lifted hand
The seven limners saw on tbe sands
The fire or coals by the oea
On the wet. wild sands by the sea.
Tis long ago, yet faith In our souls
Is kindled just by the fire of coals
That creamed o'erthe miit of the sei
Where Peter. giMing his Giber coat.
Went over the nets and out of the boat.
ToaDtwer.Lovit thou me"
Thrice er. "Lov'st thou me
Softly, oh softly the years have swept by thee.
Touching thee lightly with tenderest care ;
Sorrow and death did tney often bring nigh thee.
Yet they hive left thee but beauty to wear,
lirowiog old gracefully,
r from the storm? that are lahin; the o-ean.
Kar.r Mch rtsT to the Dleasant home-liht.
Far Irom tbe wVf that are big with commotion.
Lnder lull sail ana tne naruor id aiem.
tirou ing old cheet fully,
Cheerful and bright.
last all the wind that were adverse and chillmj.
Past alt the islands that lured thee to r"t t
Pt all tne currents that wooed the unwilling
Far from the port ami tne lami oi tne oiesb.
til-owing old peacefully.
Never a feeling of envy or sorrow
tut..- h K.irrr.1 r nf rhiMrrii are aaen.
Never yearfrom their youth would 'st thou bor
Thou dost remember what lieth between,
Giadly, lw en.
Rich In experience that angels might covet.
Blcn in a laitn tuat na grown wmi mj j
Bich In a love that gew irom and above it.
Booth mg thy sorrow and huhing thy fears.
Growing old wealthil);
Lo. ing and dear.
Hearts at the sound ot thy coming are lMcced .
Ueaily ana willing tny nana i renew i
Many a face at thy aina word ha brightened
"It Is more ble-'eu to give than teceive.
ti rowing old happily,
blent, we believe.
Eyes that grew dim to the earth and its glory
tiee bat the brighter, the heavenly slow ;
Ears that ate dull to the world and its story,
Drink la the songs that from Paradise flow ;
All this sweet recompense
Youth cannot know.
Forward, yet softly the years havi swept by thee,
iOUCUlOIC mva 1 1 ill i. J "im it""' ii'""
Borrow an-l death they did often bring nigh thee,
1 et they have lett thee but beauty to wear,
ti ro w in g old gracef nil ) ,
Our ch lork If tier.
trBINESS TUE OBEUSK ASOTHE11 STEIKE-
THE LAST KWISPLE" POUTlCAl LOTTEEIES.
Nzw York, Oct. 20, 1S77.
To the tMltor of the Free Press and Time.
As everything pertaining ta the business of
the country is of interest, I railed upon sev
eral of the heaviest jobber. The reports
were all alike, liusiues is now healthier
than at any time since the war. The olnme
of trade is not so Urge, more discretion anil
judgment is being used, and the quality of
the goods purchased U different. The pur
chases of fine poods are much less, and
trade runs lamely to necessaries. In brief.
merchants are buying liberally, though very
cureftillv, and buying intending to pay. me
reports "are all to the ellect that the farmers
atp, doini? vrell. and bmin" fairly well, while
tho working people in the towns, especially
those that are dependent upon man-tinctures,
are poor, and are bujing very little, as yet.
Hut there is a t.troni hopfl of improvement
iu these, as tho good condition of the farm
ing community cannot imr, improve tueir
condition. Altogether the merchants are
of the opinion that the good times have
commenced, and that ther will continue till
we get back to a good, safe, steady-going
condition ot things.
The English succeeded in getting permis
sion ol the hibeiuve oi fcgypt to remove to
London the Alexandrian Obelisk, which
everv school-bov has read of, known as
Cleopatra's Needle." It is now on its way
to England, and w ill be set up in Trafalgar
aTHUHIU. AlUl IU DC UrUIUUliaUU, UU .IU"""
can merchant, who withholds his name, per
suaded the Khedive to permit another one to
be brought to .New iork. ana lie ueirays tue
cost of bringing it, $100,000. The papers
urn nil drawn, aud as soon as steam can do it.
an Obelisk that Hoses and Aaron looked
upon will be set np in the youngest of the
great cities oi tue wono. . no iu uuuw i,
no one knows, but time will reveal the se
This time tho ciirar-makers have quit vorfc,
and are trvinti to make the strike general.
Tho notable teatnre is the fact that a woman
is one of the principal leaders, alary iieis
ler. a vouncr Bohemian woman.who has gain
ed a great deal of inllnence over the laborers
of the city by her fervid oratory and advanced
Communistic ideas, was elected vice-pri'si-dent
of the central association, and ihe at
nncrt took no.it ion as its real head, the ci-
mir.innkpre. who are Ltrtrelv forcisrners. look
upon her as a i-econd Joan of Arc, and they
oney ner commauu- aimuui iuwuu.
majority of the cigar-makers aro the lowest
grade of C5f rmans and l'ules, who live in the
tiltbient tenemint houses, doing their work
there. They are underpaid ami oervorkeu,
for the reason that the trado is easily learned,
and that there is such a glut of workers that
the employers can get any amount of labor at
their own price. The employers are almost
ail loreiguers, ana merciless towuru me wi
of thr ir on n nationalities. The strikers now
number five thousand, and tt is probable that
the moement will go on till it will embrace
all the operatives in the city.
TUE LAsT sWINDt E.
Tho last suindlo is a variation ot an old
one. which originated iu thLscity.and is be-in:
prosecuted from ht-re. The uutitt tynimfi is
ery simple. It is a wire feiict of a not very
new pattern, and which is not een pat?nta
ble. Tho smooth-tongued agent shows it to
a farmer, ana solu-iLs turn to tcconieau agent
for it. As an inducement he is otleri-d hlty
rods free, provided he will put it up along
the road where it can 1-e sten and serve as
an aderti-.ement. It is a handsome fVnce,
and the farmtr bites at the offer. First he
gets fitty rods of fence for nothing, and if he
does take an order, he gets a hWral commis
sion. He signs whit he supposes Uan order
for lifty roil, and immediately the wire is
shipped him. Then comes another agent
who demands pay for one hundred and fifty
rods. Indignant farmer explains that he was
to have fifty rods iree. Agent says. "Cer-
ainly. but on have ord rrd one hundred
and hlty roils, and the one hundred rods vou
must pay for at tour cents a foot." And he
produces an ordr with the farmer signa
ture, to that t fleet. Iheproeess is wry sim
ple. 'Ihe firmer saw a eontraet tor filty rods,
hutwhtnhe eaine to sign, that ordtrwas
slipped up. and he really put his uame to au
othtronofor one hundred and filty rods,
that lay just underneath. He is frightened
nto giving Ids note for, say ?-00. which he
expects to resist, but lie always finds that it
has been discontinued at tho nearest bank,
and he pavsit. When will farmers learn
that all these gifts and everything of the
kind are merely swindles, and that there is
atwavs a cat tttider the meal.
The lieiuoerney of th city opposed ti
Tammany aro attempting to combine their
f uri't s. so hs to make a successiul tight against
the hydra-headed monster. The 'Vnfnmt
says, tiny procrastinate," and of course
they procrastinate, as Atiti-TainuiHiiy ulnavs
ilid and alwajs will, for there is nothing hon
tst in the movement. Ihe Anti-Tammany
iVmoerary are just like the otliir Tammany
IMiiiH'racy, only they happen to le the ones
left out iu the cold. Thej ojgiinie. not to
Wat Tammany, but to compt 1 a dn i-ion ol
the spoils. If they are weak, Tammany
laughs nt them . it they are strong, Tam
m tny biijs them up. This lias ln-en the
practice lor jears, and will be to the end of
time. John Kelly will look them over, buy
up Mich as lie wants, and conteinptuotlsly
kick the others, rrivrastuuitton" m this
ease means waiting tor a bid. The Ii.t publi
cans ate doing little or nothing. Nt it her in
the Vimeior TYUmne of Tuesday was there ft
word ri lating to the Mate tu-ket.
'I he i h dice, guided by Autliony ronistock,
are making a raid on the lot lines. Com
stivk succeeded tn breaking up the sale of
ot scene htersture, but he will l.ul in his nt
tack tiKm the lotteries. The Ittery jeople
are ru'h and well irgauied, and the biisi
uess of gulling fools is too profitable to be
gm n up without a light. '1 hs have Ihe
best legal talent iu tho city behind tlum, nml
then their methods oi doing business are so
secrtt aud will guarded that it is difficult to
convict them. There are a large numl-er of
lotteries that have their luad-piarters iu the
city, aud all of them, with live exceptions,
are bogus. Vours, Alton.
MI". SAfaDT AsMSTS IS THE OHIO F.tXf TIOH
HOW UE COT INTO THE LAUOH JIOTE3JEST,
AND WHAT TUE EEhfl.T WAS.
Comxdet.it X Koalas,
15, lt)77 J
(WliU lb IN TUE faTATE CV
At the rekest uv the 2'iIelLs Kicliard Uishop,
wich people supposed didn't know bow to
run a campane, 1 came to Toledo. Ohio, to
ussiht in gittin together the Democratic
..tr.-ntttlr rtnd nsshoorin the triumph uv that
Diinocrisy uv w ich, so fur, I bev bin a ardent
supporter. And I may say, in parenthsist
mat iimocn-y nez no uummat;-: ..
that respecK. ior ef I hev bin a support to
Dimocrisy, Dimocrisy bez bin a support to
'". i6l.ui,titi .i.iu- t.Pl off. and every
man did his dooty. 'the result will gladden
the heart uv tne corners. e nnvu
onr Cmtrnnr. and we hev sroored a majori
ty uv the I.egiblacher. wich gives ns another
Senator. Uulieloojy !
Itnt the result of the clecshun in the coun
ty was a astonLsher wich I hevn't bin able to
account for yit. The work-in-men uvthe
county hed organized, lor th purpus uv bet-
term ther conuiaun. sum uveut,
dowork,Levhedruthera close time, and
hev bin groanin over ther troubles, hnt, ther
are sum thousands wich don't nevt-r work: at
alb and a lot of lawyer and doctors, ana
fcich like labrin men. wich alluz do the most
healthy groanin on Rich okkashens
In the mtrest uv the inmecrauic canui
dates. I nrcf d the labrin men along alii
cood, for nine-tenths nv them wich does
work, and wich, ez we figgered it. wood be
troo to the movement, blougs to the Kadi
kels, naterally. and we expectid to briug the
Dimekratik lams wich hed strajed into these
pasters back into the fold cn the morninnv
Tha dav nassed and everything loosed
lovely. ihe labrin men wuz out in ther
strength, and we wuz certain that ft e hed
drawd nuff votes from the EatUkels toin
shoor the success uv our tikkit. And that
evenin I ot down with the candidates, and
many wuz the beakers that we quaffed in ju
bilatin over the redeimhen nv a Republikin
I retired that nite ez happy ez a lord, ana
ezrnmfortflblff ez a man cool be wich hed
acheeved a victory. I slept the sleep uv the
man wich bez discharged his uooty ana if
tolntble certin nv gettm his pay for it.
The Tunrnin sun venz a Ktreamin thro the
winder uv the room that bleksid Wednesday
mornin. I sent down for a paper, and while
Iwuzpulhnon the boots the Uimekratic
Central Committee hed given me, I glanced
at it- I wuz anxshus to feest my eyes on the
triumph I hed acheeVed by doopin the stoop
id wurkin-men into runniu a tikket nv their
own and throwiu away ther votes.
The labrin men hed swep tho county, by 3
majority uv nterly two thousand !
I am a man nv prompt ackshen in all mat
ters nv prinsiple. I niav be slack in matters
pertainiu to myself. I amcriminelly slow in
all things wich concern meerly myself. I
her loitered when mtitashens to axinKnev
bin extendid to others, and her santered,
very frekently, so slowly ez not to git in be
fore the change wuz made ; but in public
matt rs where there is a prinsiple involved,
no man kin be moro prompt than I.
I lookt twice to make shoor that ther wuz
no mistake about the majorities, and that the
workinmen hed reely kerried the county
when I started to the offis nv the hed centre.
There wuz no time to lose. I didn't want to
come in nt the eleventh hour. So prompt
wuz I that I went with wun boot on, and no
hat. It wuz seven o'clock a.m., and ther
wuz no time to lose.
I enrolled myself ez a workin-man imme-
jitly, and w ell it wuz that I wuz ez prompt ez
I w uz. For within a minit there cum to that
offis a thousand Kepubhkins and Dimecrats,
wich claimed the rita to enroll tneuaeives in
the noble army uv labrin men.
They cum from every direckshun.
Ther wuz in that throng every man wich
hed bin bustid for a nominashen in either tha
Kepubhkin or Dimekratic party, for ten years,
and the most promisin assortment uv here
tofore unknown offis-seekers wich I ever saw.
And every blessed man uv em, without -cepshun,
all comme ist ft speech, to wunst,
and in korus, on the rites uv the down-trodden
labnn man, and all uv em howled the
I saw these same men yisterday workin
zelusly for tho Diniecratic or Kepubhkin
tikkets. and afore the eleckshun they hed bin
most industrusly a standm on the corners uv
the street, smotin very cheap cigars when
they hed to buy em theirselves, and very ex
pensive ones when they wuz bought by other
Are yoo goic to take these people in?" I
shreeked iu agony. 'Cant yoo see that
ther ain't oflises enough to go around ?"
"Sir ! exclaimed they all feercely; "in this
holy croosade agin cappytle, and for the
horny-handid toilers, we assert ther is offises
eneff. Ther wuz about four thousand votes,
and we, who from circumstances didn't git in
soon cnuf to vote, will swell the number to
five thousand. Very good. Let the Sheriff
elect, immejitly appint two thousand five
hundred deppyties, and the Treasurer elect
utand np for the rites uv the labrin man, by
appmting tw o thousand five hundi ed clerks,
and then keep out of tha organizashen the
bloatid bankers, merchants, and them ez
own shops and bich, .o that we kin tax Mem.
to pay oar salaries. We shel keep out enuff
cappytle to tax to support us. Cappytle hez
hed its sway, so far now labor comes in."
And they votid to keep the books open till
nine that day, and then close 'em. Ther
didn't any more come, thank Uevio. The
party is strong enuff to hold the city, but,
merciful hevins ! ouless the sejestion I hev
quotid is actid onto, what are they all agoin
to do ? They kin elect a Council, next spring,
and that Council kin vote to pay the Libre rs
S'ZJO a day, but they won't take that. Ez
they alt expect offis, wat good will it be to
offer 'em work at any price?
X sympathize with the labrin man. jUt afore
every eleckshun. but I think I shell git out
uv the org-inizashen and go back to Ken
tucky w her ther aint any labor done that
hurts. Ther is too eager an appreshiasben
uv offis to make it com tor table tor a man like
me, and the ranks uv the labrin men are
likely to be swelled too fast for my purpus.
What chance is ther for one man among five
thousand, and all uv em ez keen ez I am?
The temprenso movement is heving a run
up ther, bntl indignantly refoozed tojine
it, I wuz askt to deliver a temprense lecter,
but I declined.
I'm not a reformed drunkard," sed I.
'That's easily fixed." remarked the re
k ester. "All joo hev to do is to quit.
I heerd one man make a speech on the
Kum, like the grasshopper." sed he, 'is
a burden. I wtnt home last night, and went
to the pantry for suthin to eat, and it wuz
bare. I looked at my w ife and children, and
ther they sot. cold and hungry. Ther wuz
no food, no fooeL in the house wat shood
hev pervided for em hed gone ior rum. Ez
I looked into ther pale, pinched faces, and
ther emashited forms, awakened consheuse
strove with me, and I then and there took a
solemn oath never to drink again- -onless I
The tleckshun in Ohio is a triumph, but it
don't do me any good. Ther ain't no way uv
reeching my postotfis for thre yeers, and I
can't wait. I shel be in the silent tomb be
fore that, and tho worms will be at me. Still,
I did iny dooty.
Peteolixv V. Xasbt
A Valuable Mr.llrlnr.
Tbe reports trcm all parts of the country confirm
tbe sUtemeDt that Pr. Ca'i sreat vegetable rem
edy called "Ulrica l Wosdkr Is havios aa Im
mense sale by all druisists. Tbe proprietors do
not expend enormous soma for flaming advertise
meats, but prefer to let the medicine advertise It
ielf by sendins todrazsist tbronboot the coun
try, tamptt bottttt, fr trial, at a cost of many
thousand dollars per year, that Invalids may teat
lta merits before purchaiii a large site. No person
lufferms with Py spepsla, Ditzlnees, Liver or Kid
ney complaints. Sour tStomacb, Sick Headache,
Habitual fostivene, Bcroftalons Humor. Spiral
Diseases, Weakness of the Male or Female, or Gen
eral Nervous Pre tration of either sex, can take this
remarkable medicine without soon seems its sood
ejects. Uo to our lru!t?t and set a sample
bottle tor 13 cents and tr it. or a large site for
f I ui. It has cored where all other remedies had
Bold In burlinzton by B. W Carpenter A Co.
ard by Wells, Richardson A Cc at Wholesale.
"Look IUrk.Mt Krikid," have yon a pita in
your side and between the sbonlders, sour com
olexiou t4lltw and a tired feeling all over yon. no
life nor ambition, Jtc. It shows war liver Is out of
order. )ou want 1'r. S. 1. llas ARvaiaN Livir
buld by Wells, Klchxrdon Co., Wholesale
A suits, and l'.urntt ttns, Ketail stents, Borllo:
tun; and W. lOreeultfaf, Wlnuoeki. Vt.
t)t Cold,t.!iiny, PUurisy, Croup, Whoop
in; Coub, IhirMDw. en-re Ihntat. Catirrn,
Atttitus, trach.ti- Nlht Seats. Lws of Vic,
Bleeding Lunr- and t'-nsumttln. cure! by DR
tliiWK'S AHAB1AN 511LK CLUE.
Sold by Wriis. Kicbardson & CoH Whoteale
Agents and at retail bv liurritt Kros.. Hatl ngtain,
and W. U Urtenlrar. WinoosVl, t.
Kor Inflsmniitory and Chrome Rheum itistn,
I'out, Buloui, Krmittent and loltrmitteat KaTsrs,
"easr- ot the Ulvod. Liver. Ktdaes, BUdder,
etc. SiUJh diseisni are c.iu-iet oy vitute l htuo i
I'o )r. S. H. Howe's Aribun Tone Blood
l-old by Wells, Rirhardon 1 Co., WhMesiha
Aeents. and at if tail rr Hurntt U'o., Dur.iuston,
aud W. Utirsenletr. of Umwkt, t
Lame and sick hore. pronounced Incurable cared
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