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THE BURLINGTON. VT.
lltKK PRESS, JTKIlA V MO K N I INTO, ITE'BR.TJfAR V 2 2, 1878.
ISurlingtoii ami Vicinity.
UrpiiMlraii Mimlclimi Hfomlwallouii.
For MJ)r JO D. HATCH.
rr CtvVvifee-UENRY 0. VHEhLl.R.
W RD II.
For AMermau-ALBMT G. Wiittuoei.
For Alderman t sidekick II. WiLEias.
For Alderman Albert E. IUchardson.
I'or Cmauts Cumitilsslfiiirr,
Albert Town, of Richmond.
Stove wood is selling in llydcpark at
$1.23 a cord.
Strawberries have appeareJ in the New
York market St a box.
Plattsburgu wants the Stato to build a
railroad irom that tillage to Danneraora.
From February. 1377, to February.
Montpelier entertained at its poor farm 405
Toe Ne' York Ledger nominate Thomas
Lord as an honorary member of tho Stowo
Ir co-t .7,537 to keep the poor of Rut
land last year most ol it going to tho poor,
not in the poor house and to tramps.
Florida ha new potatoes strawberries
peas fl'W, mosquitos and flsa. Hoses
orange trees and alligators are in full bloom .
Dr. T. II. HosKiss. if tho public is wil
lin proposes tj start a bucolic sheet to be
called the New Vermont Farmer, in a few
The International Butter, Kgg and Cbeco
Convention of the United States and Cana
da will be held at Chicago, March fish 7th
It is understood that tho Rutland rail
road company will pay the taxes on its
property under protest, and tettbe matter
in the courts.
Tiie total amount of loes paid out by
insurance companies in Clinton county
N. Y., during the year 1577. amounted to
St. Albans Bitter Market, Ftb. 19
Market dull, attendance small and receipts
light. Butter sold at CO to 30 cents ac
cording to quality, with very little offering.
Mr. C. O. Blaee, Superintendent llubirt
inform o, has not been appointed station
agent here, bat is ent here a acting agent
and to a.iot in adjusting the account of
The Farmer' and Mechanics' Savings In
stitution and Trut Company will reduce
the into ol interest on the book account of
depositors to five per cent, on and after
Whitney, the gunsmith, who wa burned
out, in Leavenworth Block, ha fitted up a
new .hop in Cherry street, ju-t out of
Church t-trcet. See his card, in our adver
Canada i becoming 'aroued," and is
ready and right anxious to raise and send
over to the iid of old England an army of
thirty thousand volunteers. ''Confusion to
the Koians' is the cry of the hour.
A TtsiN DWARr named Thurston, who i
said to be 7 feet 0 inches high, weigh 310
pound and can lift 1,500 pound, dead
weight, wants to make a match with Jame
Owens the Fairfield wrestler.
Another Centinasun. Mr. Martha
Morey died in Strafford, the other day. at
the extraordinary age of one hundred and
one 5 ear and ten month. She retained her
faculties to the last, recoenizlng her friends
up to the day before her death.
Tors ii am is scandalized over a man of -13,
who has jo st married his fourth wife, a 13
years-old girl, when her predecessor had
been buried only about four week. This is
"off with the old love and on with the new
with a vengeance.
Fibe at Bexni.scton. At Bennington,
Sit a r day night, an incendiary fire destroy
ed the barn and contents, including two
horsey seven cattle, one hundred sheep and
a quantity of hay and grain, belonging to
Hewitt Bovie- No insurance.
Diphtheria's Ravages. Thomas Van
Buren, of Pitt "field. lot four children from
diphtheria, last week: Martin, 5 years old;
Charles, 10; dirali,"; and Adele,3. Two
other children of tho same family are sick
with the same disease, and not expected to
Tbe Whitehall Artesian Will. After
many months of patient boring, the artesian
well company, at Whitehall, has achieved
a success, and struck an adequate stream of
pure water that flows at the rate of 50 gal
lons per Lout. The depth reached
was 17 feet, and the width of the bore four
Tde J car List. The following named
gentlemen bare been drawn as jurymen
from Burlington to serve at tbe coming
term of the United States Court, in this
city: Grand Jurors William 0. Shaw,
Ceonett Turk, Orrille Sinclcar, Goorge L.
Draper, Vernon P. Noyes, Heman W.
Allen, Wallace II. Brink; petit jurors:
George J. Stannard, L. A. Itnm, Henry
Loomis Henry Greene, L. D. Turrill.
Bio Horse. A correspondent writes from
Covington, Ky., that ho has seen a horse, a
black gelding, 6 years old, weighing 2,030
pound-, proportionately built, and measur
ing twenty and a quarter hands in height.
He was bred at Berlin Heights, Erie county.
Pa., and is owned by Mr. O. Can, of Cleve
land, O. His hostler has to curry his back
and neck lrom a platform three feet high,
and the only way he can halter or bridle
him is from a second story window.
Installation. Rev. C. K. Ferrin was
installed as pastor of the Congregation il
church, in IMamfield.oo the 13th inst. The
installing council was composed of id in titers
and delegates from the churches of Wash
ington county, and was fully attended. Tbo
examination was protracted and na ti -.factory,
and the public exercises were of es
pecial interest. Mr. Ferrin commence hi
labors in hi new field with cheerful pros
pects ; and tbe church is to be congratulated
on securing so faithful and ablo a pastor.
Requifu Mass. At St. Joseph' church,
Monday morning, tbe Rt. Rev. BMiop Ie
Goesbriand.ai4tcd by six priests, celebrat
ed a Solemn Requiem Ma-s for tbo rcpoo
of the soul of the late Holy Father, Pupe
Pius IX. Tbe church was elaborately drap
ed in mourning, and presentod a peculiarly'
elegant and solemn appearance. The Mass
was attended by the ft. John Baptist and
St. Joseph societies, arrayed in full regalia
and wearing mourning rosettes and sa-hes
and other appropriate badges; and their
standards were also draped in mourning.
Burlington Twenty Years Ago. The
first printed report of the government ot tho
town of Burlington was issued -March 1st,
1859, and formed a Iittlo fly-sheet of four
pages a striking contrast to tho nearly two
hundred octavo pages which form tho cur
rent city report. From a hasty inspection
of its contents we get tho following notes:
In tbe year 165B-9 (from March to March),
the total expenses of the town wero 11,-
500; total debt, 18,000; grand list, $20,
000 ; tax, 3.2. cents, raisins $0, 100. The
Bupeiintcndcnt of School? received the
princely salary of 21 a yoar, and thetbreo
selectmen t'-O each. Tho expense of tho
criminal department was 1,000. This
"large expense the selectmen explain, was
doe to prosecutions under tbo liqujrlaw;
and they givo it as their opinion that if the
operations of that law "can nut be mado
delf-sustaioing it fall far short of its inten
tion. The selectmen were John Van Sick-
Icn, Carolus Noyes and Settling Pattee ; and
the population of Burlington was about
seven thousand. Some improvements (the
selectmen report) had jut been made in
City Hall, which render it the gorgeous
affair familiar to the present generation
the dome ceiled over, the chandelier put in
(at an expense of K5), and tbo defective
acoustic qualities of the hall partially rem
edied by dumping twenty thousand brick
into the floor.
Tbe Cxrcu?, Friday evening, Feb. 15tb,
was well attended and was a harmonious
and orderly gathering. The generally good
record of Mr. Hatch, as Mayor, tho number
of hi positive friend, the declination of
Mr. Huntington (on whom tho opposition
to his nomination bad concentrated) to be
considered a candidate, the prevailing un
willingness to have any dissension in the
party, and the prospect that the Democrat
would make no' counter-nomination if he
should be nominated, combined to assure
tbe rcnomination of Mayor Hatch. It i
hardly necessary to say that his nomina
tion is eouivalcnt to an election : and he
can be trusted to give us, to tho extent of
his power, a repctitiun of tho careful and
economical management, which has charac
terized the city government during the past
Tbe question of tho City Judgeship was
simplified by the withdrawal of Judge
Tyler. name as a candidate. After five
years ol capable and faithful service, he
rightly felt disinclined to havo his name
taken into a contest. As we have said, if
therowa to be a chsnge.no better selec
tion for the place could be made, than the
choice of Henry 0. Wheeler. He will mako
an honct, faithful, able, courteous and
clear beaded Judge.
Li-t year's City Committee was an ener
getic and hard-working one; and the party
doc well to retain it, another year.
Tiie "visiting agent" having said in a
report on the State reform school at Wet
boro, Mas.f that 'When the child leaves
the school he should be permitted Xoforyct
the things tcftich arc UhinJS the Springfield
Hcyvlhcan remark that : "Unless tho
mode of flaggelatiou has been completely
changed at Wctboro. it is not easy for a
child in that school to 'forget the things
which are behind,' except when he is
Richmond The lecturcof the Rev. Mr.
Emerson, of Underbill, lat Wednesday
night, was well attended, over two hun
dred persons being present. Tho Iectorc
wa full of apt illustrations and practicable
hit, keeping the audience to the close in
the bet of humor. The lecturer received
hearty applause at the end of his hour.
Mr. Garvin, principal ol the high school,
read aJoiah Allen's wife's" account of a
donation viit, amid much merriment. The
supper was all that could be desired. One
four-borso team and several doubl? sleigh
load of the friends of Mr. Hazen from
Jeriehowtre unexpectedly present, but tho
ladicshcre are never caught napping, and
plenty of rroviions were left after the chil
dren were all provided. Mr. Love very
generously gave the ue of hi houo for
the occasion, for which ho receive tho
thank of tho society. Mr. Hazen was
placed on tho sunny side by the receipt of
ooe hundred dollars in round figure.
That Nrrow Gai-ce Railroad. At
Brattlcboro, Saturday, a third special town
meeting wa held, for the purpose of voting
on the question of 'ran-ferring 50,000, tho
um for which the town bad bonded itself
in October la-t, in aid of tho Brattlcboro and
Whitehall Railroad, to the new proposed
narrow gauge railroad from South London
derry to Brattlcboro. Tho votes cast were
I,0T0, resulting in a favorable vote for tbe
transfer by 105 majority. Two weeks ago
tho majority against the transfer was 71.
Should other town along the line follow
Brattlcboro's example, the road will be be
gun early in the spring.
Charlotte. The residence of Mr. Ceo mo
IVa-o was burned to the ground, Monday
morning, between 12 and 1 o'clock, Mr.
IYae and his family barely escaping with
a few article of clothing. There was no
time to tare anything. The fire took from
an ash barrel, near the shed, burning the
shed firt, with a large quantity of wood.
Had the wind not been iu the north, his
barn, would undoubtedly bare been burned,
too. Los about $1,200; no insurance.
L- II. Hubbell, stition agent here br
oyer twenty-fire years bas resigned, and
William Dodge ha" been appointed to 11
I. O. (S. T. The Good Templar cause
seems to bo flourishing in tbi- State, tbe-o
days, at may be learned from the following
note of recent happenings: W. J. Pen
rose Juvenile Temple, No. 9, was organized
at Ely, Feb. 10th. Fifty juveniles and six
honorary members pined. In the evening
there was a public temperance meeting, and
the largo hall wa crowded. Tbo Good
Templars lodge here is flourishing, having
doubled its membership during the lat six
weeks, numbering now 87.
A Good Templar lodge was organized at
rawlet, called Pawlet I-odge, No. 10ft, with
LeMie Lodge, No. Sft, was organized at
Georgia, with fifty-nine member . a few
days since, by J. 0. Leslie, G. M., of St.
Albans, and O. B. Lad J, Lodge Deputy of
Good lision Lodge, No. 125, as.-ited by a
goodly number of members from Good Mis
L. L. Durant, Eq., of Montpelier, has
entered the cauo. lie lectured at More
town, bt Sunday, and expects to fallow up
his lecture with the organization of a lodge.
Washington County Good Templars
Union will bo held at lUr-b field, on the
St. AuiiNS. On Monday evening, a party
of young people, consisting of Gcorgo Lav
ender, Jlobert Smith, George Gutin, and
three young ladies, took a sleigh-side w hich
ended in a runaway, turn-over and the death
of one of the hornc, a span of valuable
blacks from Milo Clark'x stable. The team
got started to run on Johnnycake" bill
and after spilling their load u ithout serious
ly injuring anyone brought up on an iron
post set in tho road near the Iloughtun
place, in the lower end of the village.
tine norso had a leg broken, ami tiaj to tto
killed. The same po-t. it i- said, caused a
hcrious accident to a young lady lat
IiiroRTANT Cask. Judge Sneplcy, ol tho
United States Circuit Court, has jut fin
ished beariag tho ca-c of -the Woodbury
Patent Planing Michino Company vs.
Keith in Ho-ton, and has reserved his de
cision, llus was a tct case involving tno
validity of letters pitent granted Jo-cph P.
Woodbury, on tho f imous prosure-bar do
yieo lur planing machine in IrVJ.'t. Tbe
uit ban been pending about two years, and
the qurt-ttons involved have been largely
di-tcusned by tho parties through the news
papers and by pamphlets. Iho case wis
argued by l. N. Ihckerson, of New York ;
A. A. Stout, of Portland, and J A. L.
bittirr, ol Huston, for tbo plaintiff; and
by B. F. Thur-tun, of Providence ; and I).
Hall It ice, of Hot-ton, fur the defendant.
The verdict will In looked for with much
The address delivered before the Associated
Alumni of liarro Academy, at their re
union in June, 1877, by President llulbert,
I). D.. ol Middlcbury College, on "Tho
Academy; Demands tor it, and Tbo Con
ditions of iU Success, has been printed io
a neat pamphlet. It is a plea for higher
and belter fitting-schools in Vermont: and
we trunt will accouipli-h omething towards
stirring up effort to supply so obvious and
so crying a want in tho educational system
of our Ktate.
Tub Windsor Jovrnat has no expectation
that therej will bo any celebration of tho
centennial anniversary of tho first session of
tho first Legislature of Vermont, at Wind
sor, on tho lefth of March next. The Jour
nal adds :
A letter from the Hon. K. P. Walton, of
Montpelier, president of the Vermont Ilis
toricnl Society, relativo t tho subject, in
dicates that ins health would not permit
him tn aid.in any attempted celebration in
Windsor, and that if his life and health are
snared he will present a paper on the first
Legislature, at tho next annual meeting of
the Historical Society, in Montpelier, next
lir EirsRENCK to another column it will
be seen that tho famous Dr. Urann, of I Jos-
ton, who bas wrought ho many marvellous
and almost instantaneous cures, m many
towns throughout New Kngland, during
tho laxt few years, contemplates a visit to
this city. His advent among us stiould bo
bailed with joy by any who are suffering
from any uf the disrates nnmcd in another
column, and all such should srek an early
interview, as his consultations are frtf and
uiftnj of his cures aluuist miraculous, us
many in this city ca,u attest.
int or Vermont.)
isd, tub. It., 15:3.)
UK ISO AIIHT OF THE It
Vmeral OrJtrt Ai. 2.
I. The following officers, elected by tho D part
meet Encampment. lieM at lturlicfiton, January
30. ls. mm faerebr announced
j. II. Gouldin;, Cot 14, llutlanl Department
A. .l.Nove, lbt 4?, Bennington- Senior Vice
Denartmmt Cuiiimandt r.
It. J. (Vffey, Post 13, Montpelier -Junior Vice
lr. 8. Worcester, Tost 2. Burlington Medical
Ker. Daniel C. Roberts, Tost 1?, Brandon-Chaplain.
Council of Adtninl (ration P. P. fitkin. Montpe
lier. fot 13; wuiani j-arnngton, at. Aiuins, cost
20; t.lijah Wales, Brattlt boro. IVd Si A.J. Pike,
Krailfboro, roil -11 ; ttillaM llulden. Arlington.
Kcprcsentatire at l.arse tojjie .National Encamp
ment Klijab Vt als, lirattlehoro. Poet ; alternate
t ieo, . Hooker, Brattlebnro, I'ust H.
l'olezatf to the National Encampment .1.
Hartow. Ilurlinston. Poit 2 ; alternate, Willsril
Karnojton, tt. Albans Pot 'JO.
II. The followlnf Comrades are hereby apiwint
ed on the Depart moot Comma tide r'a staff, and will
be obej ed and redpectet! ;
l.bon Taplin, I'ost 2, Burlington -Awistant Ad
Ld. K. Creenlcaf, Post 2, Jturlin;ton Assistant
Quartern alter Oeaeral.
Charlta A. Curtis, l'ost 23, NorthGold Inspec
tor. J. C. Baker, I'ott It, Rutlind-JuUe Advo
cate. J. II, Pyer, Poet 11, Rutland ChUf Mu?terinx
III. Tliflpostofiice address of the Assistant Ad
jutant General and Assistant Wnartt master Uenc
ral is Borlioztoa Vt , where all communications re
latins to their respective departments should be
IV. The appointment of AiJj de-Camp will be
announced la future Order.
J, II. tiouLDiQ. department Commander.
Hum TlfLix, Assistant Adjutant Ueneral.
Albcrcu Narrow Escape. Henry Cave,
sexton of tbo M. K. church at tbo Centre,
went to tbe church, Sunday morning, to
start the fire. When be arrived at tho
church he found that he had left his key at
home. II be could get under tLe church bo
could then go up through a trap door to the
rooms above. Ihc only way to get under
the building was through a small holo left
in the wall as an air bole, and into this Mr.
Cavo started. Ho got about half way
through and then stuck. No amount of
wigcling or grunting could cct him anv
further in- He then thought he would re
treat, but alas! tho holo had gradually
closed, or he had suddenly increased in size
to such an extent that be stuck
fast. He then tried his lungs,
but his head being under the
building no ono beard him. He re
mained there three-quarters of an
hour and was finally discovered by a couple
of ladies coming to Sunday-school, who
were somewhat surprised at seeing a couple
of feet projecting through the wall. After
a timid inspection they took in the situa
tion, and proceeded to extricate Mr. Cavo
from hi- unpleasant position. It was for
tunate tho weather was moderate, as he
would probably havo frozen if it had been
Tho February term of the Grand UU
county court opened, transacted its busi
ness and closed, Tuesday, tho I9th inst.
Thero were no jury trials and no bills found
by tho grand jury. These short terms
speak well Jor the county.
A letter received from the commanding
officer at Pittsburgh, exonerates the town
from any bltimc in the death of tho soldier
frozen at Wind Mill Point, recently, lfis
came is McGarvcy, instead of Mead, and
tbo Colonel sajs he was uhsent from tbo
command without leave. We think no
person conversant with tbo facts attaches
tho least blame or responsibility to tbe
town or town authorities. s.
Vergennes. The Franklin llouso is about
to cbantre proprietors. T. U. Smith of the
Park Hou-c ot Middlcbury is tho new pro
prietor, and w ill Ica-c the property of the
Messrs. Adams, and Fo-tcr. These Utter
gentlemen ow n a laro firm near tbe city,
and wi'l rcmovo to it as won a" poc-sion
Messrs. Smith Kelchnan have leased the
manufactory and warehouse formerly own
ed by the firm ot Holland & Parker, and are
now filling tbe hup with workmen employ
ed in making Holland and Parker's
patent extension tables.
Swamon. Mr. acd Mrs Roll in Smith
were very agreeable surpri-ed on the after
noon and evening ot Feb. 13th, it be inn the
twentV'Gfth anniversary of their marriage.
Most of the company were from Hurlington,
Kssex, Underbill and Jericho, the latter
town being represented by State's Attorney
Palmer, who is a brother of Mrs Smith.
A small company of friends from Swan ton
were present. An original potm entitled
"Woman's flights' was recited by re
quest by Mrs. S M. Palmer, of Under
bill. After music appropriate for tbe
occasion, a bountiful collation was
served. A poem composed by Mr. Palmer
for the occa-ion was then read, containing
some telling hit", and bringing down tbe
house, llev. Mr. Hyde, of Swanton, made
a capital speech and tendered the congratu
lations of the company to the couple, who
had so happily completed their quartercen
tury of their married lite. Tbe abundance
of silver coin was ample proof that wo livo
in the "silver age," and other testimonials
of love and regard were also noticeable.
Dr. Morrill, of St. Albans, has been ap
pointed station agent at tbe wet depot. 11.
N. Leach goes to Milton.
Tlir I.BlHjrntory of Hie Hj alcm.
Tbe stomach U the laboratory of tbe system. In
which certain mjtti rious processes are constantly
zoingon. There remit in the production of that
wonderlul Tirifin; aent the blood, which In a
state of health ruihes laden with tiie element of
vitality to the remottM puts of the eyttein. But
when the itomnch is Fvtnlpara!j zed by dyeij.gla,
blood manufacture la carried on imperfectly, tie
c ircaUlLcn zrowi thin and Iuisb, and the y
tem fuflVrs In confeqoeuce. 31oreorer, indigestion
reacts upon tbo lirer and bowt U.renderiuz the Grit
tlogfiih and the lattercontlipited. The brain also
suffers by rympathy. ands'ck headaches,. sleei-less-nes
and nerrous uiidoms are engendered. IIcn
tettt r'i Stomach Bitters refurmi this state of tbln;t
Sire permanent tone and regularity to the stomach
and it asfeciate organs, the bwntls ami liver, and
ensures complete nourishment and Incrcaed rixor
of the j stem. Itis the -most pojalar ai well as
tbe m-t efficient anti-lfpidic and touic In Amer
ica. Tuk Titi aTM kit wmrH is cainio ground aionnft
tbe Medical Faculty, for curing Brisht'd Disease,
J r ii i-y, Kidce, Bladder and Urinary Complaints,
In that of prescribing IlK.MKiA-. (travel,
luabetes, Bt teutijn and Incontinence of I rine, and
I'sin in the Bide, Back and Loins, are cured by
HUNT'S REMEDY Family Plijsiclan i.ncrilo
Cl ARkk's TotiTll A(UR 1'ltors cure inttanttf.
ICerp lun I Tetlli In Onlrr
by u-in - 80Z0D0NT, which will impart P.undne-s
and purity to them, save j ou many a dollar at the
IntUt', and -re nt m&ih unnecessarj pain and
wirry, It wit), likewise, leud swiitntsa to the
breath and impart ti the sums hard nes and a rosy
Fili -Kiowlii'OI. While we do nut hold that
"eery man should lx Lis own dH.tr," we are frie
to maintain that tbe ignorance of a majority of men
and women upon matters most vitally important to
their physical or:nltiIiin Is lamentable. If the
standard works of tbe IYat"!y 5Ielical Institute,
Boston, could le placed In tho hands of all.btdh
old ami )oun;, th- field ol quackery would be
srealy dimioiil-ed anl Iho deptructiveue-s of our
moot insiduous and watln: di-eascH ;rettv le
vnc4. By re.'erence to our adn rttein columns,
it will lw found that the titles of these works ure
'The Science of Life, or Self-PriBcrvation." and
'Ii-eases of the Nerves and Nerrous Maladies"
the value of which is proten by lh fact that a
beautiful and costl) (inld Melal has jmt 1h-ii
presented tbo author by tle National Medical
Axaoclation. I eb "twadlwlt
ts'otther medicine in the world wai eter iren
such a test of Us curative ijualitlctai B03C11KE8
(IE II MAN bUtlT. la three esrs two million
four hundred thousand small tattles of this medicine
was distributed fter of rharyt by Hmj'Uts In this
ccuntri to those afflicted with Consumption, Asth
ma, Croup, severe I'oubs. l'nonniunia and other
diseases of the tbruat and lungs, giving the Amerl
ean people undeniable prool that HERMAN BYKLP
will cure tbem. The result bas been that druikts
In eicry town and vllla;o in the United States are
recommending it to their customers. Uo to your
druggists aud ask what they know aliout it. Sam
ple bottle 10 cents. Regular size 75 cents. Three
doses w ill relieve any case. For sale by Vincent.
Ta't A Co., and B. W. Curpenter k Co., Burlington,
"It si ems as If I should c&uzh mybeadolfis
sometimes the Impatient exclamation ofasurlerer
from aevere Ct-u-h. ijuell 1b paroijFm with
Hah't Uonty Hortkwnd anj Tr. 1lirllefU
immediate and tbe cure cettain. Bull by all
Pike's Toothache Drops cure in I minute.
Afrit lork ht
il M i iif) .llin hot,
Nrw York, Fib.iai.
PRIME MirCHiitiie ViTlm
Transactions ajzrKatel 4i,iiit shares. Lake
Shore. nnei Dt-lawnra and Lackawanna, jmoi.
iOLDnVquole. at lull,
(iOVrHNMKNT BONDb lower.
Naw Voir, Feb. :
COTTON Arm i sales tld balosof middling
lands at lot
l-LOUK The market Is uoled more stead
Receipts 12,") barK saln I.',wm barls No. t2. ;
KaerUne state and wentern at 4 J-WJVti
common to nol eltra western and state S miJr
ood to choice eitra do at ! ! t tt( ii
entaoinn to choice white wheat western eitra at
6rA7K0i faucv wbita wheat western eitra at
6X".r7 Hi. com men to good eitra Ohio at fill)
ft 7 Si , common tit choice eiira St. Imis at
&HA)Hiai; patent Minnesota extra kok1 to prime
S&.n8'J., ehii'ce to rtoubie eitra dTUfyim,
RYh r LOUR, uiet, sales 'hm barrels at 3 ml
&i 73 for state.
CORN MKaL e.iner elIo Western, Jersey
and li.nslvania at a.'-W'Ni
WIII.AT Markel U quoted dull, CecnipM a;
greatcul iM,i Ixi-hel' anil Km aU nreiii,.
ii l.imln lit i I I'M I I'J lor .New York No .1 spring
I WalMWi No. I Fprin; I "3 lor Ch eapu No.
IlEAPQtTARTCRB DePAHTMINT OF VEIZM05T.
2 ; 1 '.n3Ko for No. 3 Milwaukee, 13,'Sl 32 for No
2 winter red; 1200 123 fur ungraded suiin;;
Itll for No. 1 winter red amber Mlch'an; 1 a tot
No. 1 white; 1 Ij.cr i-itra white.
RYE market actiret for No. ! western ; T.
for state .
DARI.tV quit t ; C3'oT two ruwed it a to ; Sj &
93 tor Canada.
BAULKY MALT dull.
CORN Receiuts 17.1WJ WsheU : calf i; 'Am
0 53 for ungraded western mixed. Cltfr5l for ft V
ro..; tor sicamer inixeu; -i jw ir io'
OATS dull Receipt 12.000 bushels : sales 3fi.O
Dunei; j-n iorno. i Aew lurk; S isci !or no.
ulute; 37011 fr white western; 3i4TJ."i Ui mixed
state; scsi lor wnne no.
II AV -steady : 65070 for ihlDi.inir.
HOPS stead v. unchanged: 20J for i eirlin?a
C0S for eastern and western. StffU ir Mew York
tatei i-'Jiuior uainornuna.
COFFKK Klo lower at 1110171.
btUAR firm at 7I07J for reOnin:. 7 for j-rinie;
reiiueu urm. iir eiannaju a; "J1 lor ranuia!
91 for iwwdered ( ?J for crusliel.
KU'K quiet at tjs7 for Louisiana; C0" for
PET KO LEU M dull t crude 707t ( reflned at
utt uniten at i uwi 1. 1,
TALLOW uiaikot quoted stea.lyi Bales 05,0(0
lbs. at 7i.
EUGS du'.li 23021c lor State and Ponnsjl
PROVJ&IOnS Pork, market tta.li- rni.1 nnit
mess II 10011 w. Cut meata western quiet. Middles
firmer at 5i for wentern long clear; f. for city
LARD. BUTTER, Etc. Lard, niarkot clv6t
lower at 7 5507 6(1.
LlNbEElf ' 10.
WHISKEY dull; 10? iid.
riiKcc run rs.-ln this citv.on Thuradav. Fob.
tlti, at the re lid euro ol the bride'a parent. l
ney. di. a. nucox, r. i. I irrre. t.pq . Ol niair.
eb., and Alice B. Plielpi, ot thia city. No earda.
IICK WottTLtT At North Ffrr!!mr?h.
Wednesday, Feb. 13th. by Iter. J. Vi. Ilcnnetl. U 111
iiaca, oi urweu, anu an Laura;.. ivortuy, t
Shu lot. In thia eiti. on Snndar. Feb. 17tli. of
aipntneriu. inrue. son oi uaJl. J"im autljulla A
ODeicon. aea yeara ani n months.
l'laii-Dura I'aperi jjn-a-e copy.
Inuis In ttiiicitv. of dnhthrlu. Eddie. old cft
son of K.J. and t. E. Irivin, ased 5)ors and 6
TWILL Fell at public auction, at the Ft ore of
b,l'. .recn. In Mi e Won, on the 11th day of
Marcii, A. D. I-CS, rommencinj nt ten o'clock in
the lorenoon :
A larKe quantity of Dm;s anil Mcdeclnex, Rot
tie and Driif'u Furn-ture. calen. Sl.irtarn. JLe .
three Show lae-i, a!o a lare quantity of Dry
uiHuia, jwoih ami biioec. vrocRirj', uiaswnre,
Ilardwsrc. Wall Paoer. Salt and Butter Tubs.
Platform fcahs Ir. Also a lare lot of Yankee
notions. A ipo one nutuio Roie. onel01e bleisb,
one Pair Harnesses, one Pairbteds, Two Uajon,
onr b:ngle Harness, one Evaporator, 3iift Tin Sip
Buckets, too Wooden Sap Buckets, one Separator,
JOUN F. DRAPER, As-i-nee.
Fibruary ISth, 3j3w
TTflW miH.l WELLS. RU'IIAKDSON A
UOfj XilJCiCO- PERI EOT iiurrER
I?T Ij1?T'P t OLOK is recommended bv
XJClXL J XlQX the agricultural pres, and
n tt rrtm ud by thouaudiof the very
SjU XX JA bt Datryo.in.lt givis a per-
CA T A V) I feet June color, and is harm
U il U XL less as salt. A cent bottle
colors 3mi pounds, and adds S cents per pvund to its
taluo. Ask sour Drurietor Merchant forit, c-r
send lor descriptive circuit rj. hells. Jtuuai.r
sosACo., I'ros'p. Burlington, Vt.
XiXXXJXMUta Warranted the best and cheapest
Tfl T7ATT Dyes for all family and latcydje.
XC XUU Dresses. Cloaks. Coat. Rib-
flT ATJ bons.Ties, leather, anjthin. can
VlwAjvlXv bo colored any hade. Anouecan
TTOT? use them. The expanse Ik trilling- We
U OJLv espeiially recommend the Black as much
better than logwood. Sold by druggists, or an
color sent by mail, lirgo site 2.V.. small sire 13o.
Bend for DjeBook and l antiful Samples, Free.
Wells, Rica ihusos & IV .Prop's, Burlington, Vt.
DaVIDI.TnpFr, ef South Burlington, having
tbi day bled In tbe Clerk s itliceof Chitten
den county bis petition for the foreclosure of cer
tain vt misea in the city of Burlington mortgaged
tosaidTuierh) Julm Laramie and Susan Lara.
mle. late ot said cit, tn the 14th day of St ptember.
74, to ncure the paj ment of f370..tl. wliKlipre
mlse4 are descnlied la said pet lion alol!owj The
premifes lately occupied by said John Laramie and
Susan, his wife, as a homestead, being tbe same pre
ntises on the wi t side of Inn rvalc AteuiiQ in aid
City convened to the said John Laramie under the
name of John Lama by Dofly P.Iiatte, under the
name of Duffy Besett, by deed datwd Nov. 1.', l-CS;
which premiss consist of a frame dwtlung huu(e
with barnj and outbuildings and anout rnccightli
acre of laid, bounded on the east by Intervale Ar
enas, on the north by ilmd of I'eter king, on the
west by land of Joseph Bacon and on the south by
land of Arcene Nantellet that a d premies were
subsequent mortgaged by tbe said John and Su
san to R in -o II. start, of sill city of Burlington,
to secure the sum of t&Q. And It aipi arm; that
the said John Laramie and Susan Laramie re-ide
w ibout this state so that a fubpo-na cannot be
served on them, it Is ordered that uoticeof ths pen
dency ot said petition be given to the said John and
Susin by publl-hloG in the Burlington H 1 1 htr
Fntit PRrss.a public n.wi)iapcr.the6ubt)tanceoffliid
petition. if this order and three weeLi saccn-uely,
the last uf which publication.! sh jll be at least twent
das prior to the (lrst Tuesday ol April, ItsS, the
same being the day of the commencement of the
term of court of Chancery the next to be held nt
Burlington in the county of Chittendtn, when the
said John and Susan are required to appear and
make answer to said petition.
lIven undtr my hand at aid city or Burlington
this 15th day of February, 1:03,
a j. uuwai;i, cierk.
A. G. WATbOX,
u, r. rtlhi
OAirc, I'l'rk's Itlnrk, I'nlli'ei' M.,
Ngrtufrn. KnslanJ i-27.liO),(WKi
IlirERIJI.. KoalanJ 13,0tHi,(HK)
CouukRiKi. Union, KngUml, H.'whi.ihxi
Kotal, KnglanJ lrt,(HHI,(HHI
London Aj-uram k, KnlaiiJ.... 15,(KKI,lK)
Kranriin, ThilaJdnhia 3.SH0.mM
Fire Association, Philadelphia. 3.SiK),Nio
(iervan Aherican, New York, .KHI.IHXI
1'ennsilvama, Philadelphia l.SOO.INHI
British Aheripa. Toronto, I'.Q., 1.300.ion
CoNNtcTKCT, Haitlord 1,WH).(KHI
Continental, New York 3,IIH).(MK)
JIutcai. I.iie. New York .. .. 85,KK,HH)
Travellers .4m.n, Ilartrord, -I.OOO.IKHI
Hailwat Passenger's, Ilartloid, ICHl.tHiO
Veruont Lite, HurliogtOD.... 185,1)00
Conn. .Miti u. I.irr, Ilartrord. 45.(HI,(H
And other reliatilc Companies.
I.nrc' linr iiln4'cl uf u moment'
E3TJ)u. Dotie. t.r expiration ot I'vlioiis K.as
OrCorrefModecre anl orOers ty mall er tele
xrab faithlully attend.l fo.
,.-L(Fe atlja'tcxl and aUI al tbN bflie.
T. S. PECK,
General liimiraiirr Agent.
(eb 8 dlwtf
More Goods Than
Wi want l.iM'llniit. 1 f oti don't
want it till, idini' ami lin part. Vic
shall (itliT our entire s-lork
WY l.ave .
' a inn ytnek oi
Anil, in tact, in-l iciiiIi Inew what
we ileal in, ami when we say we will
sell tlieni rlieap to elne iiut.iiu
know wliat wi: mean.
(7Viii will all le .iirrlae.l henji,n lln.l i ut
Iimm we arv pellins I ur flk ( but we ran bt'tlir
alb.ril to do Ibis tban to lo non,-.
i:i:mi:miii'i: hii; i t u i:.
HAYES & MILLER,
Central Mount) Itlorlc,
cniiiicii sr., niiiii.iNCiToN. vi.
With a (M la Al.aja lianeroos.
H'i'IIn' Varlmlln Tablets,
A mire reiue.lv Tor nH'lllm anil all illneafea t'te
TllltnAT, I.UNtlH, t'UUT, an.l Mll'uUa MKM
I1IIANK. I'utu. .nly In llI.UK lHie. K..M b,
f N. CIMTI KNTON. T Killl, Afnne. N. Vc.rV
Jin JO '.li.lw
Gun and Locksmith,
llavin-ci'ened a t w sliop t.n (.berry Street, Qrt
door eat t Cburch Mreet, i- vrejiared in do all
Wlnila of wi-rk inbislnie.it the Iowe-t (.rivea for
riMIK M'llINl! TKRM U1 bcin on lliur!iy.
1 leb.US, toardinj inciumnjnmm. wish
ine and ironin-r Innn J-'-lto $1 iir t-ek.
Barr. V.,l-eb. 1?, K. I3.dw.:w
Must be Sold
to ;mse'oiit tiii: lot,
A JtiodJaworlment f'f Imv juieoil
A H'W 1IKCE3 OF (INK
AA'J CASJ1 uVlUiES,
A lot 1 Cloths lor Glen's :unl
All al prices that will sell
them regardless of east!
A. K. COLE, Agent.
Central House lSlock.
N. U.-rort'ASII only.
Burllncton. Jan.lltb, l:.- (law.
Woofler, to-ilav. at le tlinn tittiwl
vtilm; tiie mo-i einiiplele afot'ln.ent
t lllaelc Silks we liave eer show n.
We call alteiilinn to a few niinilier.-.
A good Dress Silk at
M.I'-! l-' per jaril; worth
A liaiidsonio Sillc at sl.'Jfi
per yard. Cheap at $ 1 .fill.
A superb Cashmere finish
Silk at Sl.." 7 1 -'2 er pard ;
good value at M.75.
Alieautilul Silk at si. CO
Aitia-jniliceiil Silk at s I ."7
A regular !'-!. 2J ctialit
Silk at M.S5.
The hest silk at st'.Ot) ever
ottered at that money ; a
regular S -.50 iiialily.
II iirlicr crauV ?ilkfat proportion
ately low i iri ccis. AVe ate lnaUnir
lecial ellert-i in s-ilks nl (linnet
aiul"I!ellony itmiiufhctm fs. Maxim;
sold IIipm? two mako.-i lor ears, we
confnlontlv ofler tliem lo Hie pulilie
as llicnifwt ili'Mralile rooils in the
narket, liolh for l.eanlv of lini.Ii
Itlaek Silks siiilahle lor
Trimmings, lrom 7.1 cents
COL OH El) S I L KS.
t3TTbe best lino ot BLACK t'AMI SltlM-s ia
tli. city. IKiiTl take our word for Ibia. or anv cnefl
1-e lo tbe rortrar), I tit sire lliriu a l.-k .imt
jU'Ue for jourele.
LYMAN & ALLEN.
Feb. , Ii-.-diwr
I SAY LOOK!
,t pieltv. new Cold ami r-iler
Walelies for Ladie-. l!os,
nta ami Lailioa' Searf Pini. KU.lionai.tl Hair
Cbamn, Willi Mule ami Cull Tirm.
Tbe ItEKT Violin. Iluilar. .Haul., an.l Violoiuello
btrina alwava Loit.
laAZAKUS V MOi.'KIS',
Ami tuuiij othi r ebcaiierSi'OJtacle- and KjeliliSiea.
rSf Watcbes. lnck. Jewcln and Sieetacle
rejairel. ami (lla fittid by mj full prniill.
At the old ftand.
it k Is rb. .1)
tuv, to V A. Jvk.,. -i
it his been in cont.mt practice for tli 1'int
Mohinif Chronic Ihtrav a Sfftitity, aruf
tnakinif tunny rtnuirkalJe ana, in ionic
! IlisiNcu Mclliiiil (il'Tii'iiiniciil,
Will lieat Valines llouve,
.Hominy, I'elil Mill J Jlll. ISt-,
TO ItKMAIN A VFAV DAYS
DiuiiiL' III- piacliee lie h:i liail pa-
lienls I'iimii nearly em Iohii in
Hie Xew Kiinlaml Slate-, inani
"I w Innn weieliroii'ilil on ln'ils
ami jriten iiji a.- inenral'le.
Ilia I a ir now pel feel l
well ami alile lo vtalk.
ami make lilea lile
iiiL' in-lead of a
He has lieen lfemarkalily
Suceessliil in Curing the fol
lowing Diseases :
Ki'inal Troiibbp. Nrriounnei", loin ilo u ikneo
eak lUi-aa, 1...4 ol VilnllM. i.vinl Hubilio.
o.ao! Voir.. I liruat Troul.K-, Mouiai-b Iroublr?.
t-'ii.liK. l.,r 1 roul.lt r.ililatioii ! Iliu llpirt,
l,lMliieFf. I'll.. Ilt-iiilaibo. I'.lo uiuitliiii, Ni-uruli I,
toUtLCa, lh liirea-.-. ( ..Ml Jflious luer e,.leii.
Tuuior,, Atbioa. I'jrjlj- CaLirili, ri.tul.i. I'll...
ele . ele.
Terms so low that all ran
I vail themselves ol his treat
New Printed Cambrics.
Xcw ami Xeat Patterns.
A';ir GJXQIIAM8 ,IU8T
JIIaKACHED AN1 BKOWN
I!fl llooils anil Popular liranils.
Notajolilnt, that will oliliirc the
pnrelia-'fr lo look over lOO-picees or
mote iiefoie lieinj' suited, or a desira
Me pattern ean lie found ; Imt every
piece and pallet n is new, desirable
Trefousse Kid Gloves,
.Manufacluicd ly Trefous.-e & Co.,
A Keal French Kid (Hove
Atjenls for JUtsar J'al terns,
IPIIK Annul .Meelinc ol the (bamplain Motual
1 tire ludurai ce t'oiiiaiiy. will lie held at their
ollieo. in iiuriinston, t..Tuela. Manll 12th. IS73,
at 1 1 oMocl a.m. .sAYLht MCUUL.
l:urlin.l..n. I.. Kib.ltb. litr
S. HUNTINtJTON CO.'S
n:n. in, itn.
XhW MTn.YOKOXFORD TEACIIERb'llIBLES
JO.KPH COOK'S LKCTI'RES UN OKTUOKOXV.
SANANTUA AT THE CENTEMMAL.
M'MiAV SCHOOL LIBRARY, iro Volj. 25.
Aent for 1)1 -NNISOX'S 8hipi!n Tasi.
Corner Church and College Stieeta.
nurlmtoli. Feb. IC-d.rwl
Would lie well inveod in our new
and daily arrivinir.
Ready iMade Clothing",
Couinrixcs all f Ivies and imalitics :
ley far tin' lart aortnient in the
lale. and our prices are aeknowl
olirfd livall to he the LOWEST.
A iooil assortment ot'JIen's
ami Hons' Overt-oats ami Ul
sters still on liaml, at aliout
half the former prices.
t-4e time and money by calling at
B. Turk & Bros,
The Leading Clothiers.
l'.urlio;U.n. Keb. ir., H7.-)-dl1tl
Tea. Co lice. Cocoa, Suirar, Mtila.-es,
H nip, l-'lcnir, ileal. Ilutler, Ktrgt,
t'lieif, Oraiiff.-. Lemons, Pried
I'riiil. Canned (Joods, llo-ton
ll.iked I'.eans, Pure Hpiees,
Pifklf.Ttiliaci'ii and Salt.
Fresh anil Salt Meats, and
S(dt Visit, of all kinds.
McKILLIP & WALKER,
Will Imt where Ihevcan get the hest
Unijiiiiii and the ;'ooiN pnne jn.-l i.s
t'i jti'i m nit il.
Wf have ele-.tned out well in tin
p.i-1 ".li das. the "txlds and end-i" of
our .-lotL. We Mill ltae a few
Ihiiijr- of lrob.cn Suils and ChildrenV
(iiivianand Polla Suits, which we
have put loirclhei- on our Sacr tice
Tnlile. The uel inonlh will clo.-e
Ihein. If j on waul a hat-gain look
al llio-e . iuoiN ;- uml voir to stmfcn
we li:ne ju-l houirlit a haiid-oinc line
Worsted Coats & Vests
Which will he open for inspection,
Satin dat. IVhtunrt -d.
li e shall ojj'er them at the
eloiest possihte mariin.
bbill tiiroio loCorrer lllore. Kai itaaoa Ulti-k,
at. ml A01l-I lor the renenl eolno and Fee u,
at II"' i l l -lar.il
E. P. SHAW,
Sicciiil Grand Holiday Halo
('omiuciicing AVciltiodar 3lorniur.
Dec. l'J, 1ST", and continuing
lo Fein-nary t, 1STS.
The tiiHt rhtn ut inventory btacl.)
We wlllolltronrtt'ct at msli tncca acannot
lail toewure the entiro elearace f ilIAatoiLii
anti y inter ucxMia.
We will coromeEfB thiea'e hy eflerin Die bal-
IQCeOfbUr WlntOr (,IllL tliisnlsF tn rr.7 Atrri.-.
one who mt y I in need ofa sarmect." suitable
uu-NinuDiiy npunnme one ieiore toe rtw year,
at folluwiug list of iricei.
The titles ami shape are tb r.eweit, tn-t the
pricei wilt be fbuml low en(ujfa to surtteallin
10 Saeqnfs. imitation fur ft-al clttli, formerly
8 Pacnue, imitatluaforfealcloth.formerly ". (),
T Koub Hearer Sioiiuts, Fplendi.l ?tIe, 1? in
ches ion tormerly ? ui, now ?lTii.
6 Roozh Header heque, iplemltil tile. I-! in-
Beaver acqu-s. lormerly $u.iH', now
5 Plain Bearer .aciiuej, tr.mtnf.1, formerly
$G.5i now $,.(.
27 flop, all wool. Moscow Beaver, hanJsnraely
anil neatly Irimmeil. formerly $15 (K. now llM
3 leautiful lMatal)ase Kaei-ues pleDli1 shape
amtstl bandaomely trimme-i. formerly ljii
5 Fine, all wool, rialn Ilcaver, Importcil sacnuf 4
formerly now IIiml
1 V ne KIBian Denver, handsomely trinimcJ.for-
I llan-lfome importe.i Circular, Ii 'lit color, for
merly $15 ui, now $1 rt.
1 Ila nd some finjmrteii Circulur, dirk color, for
merl) tlio, now iimio.
All thnse in need of a cUak should nt delay in
securing ono of these sreat tarain9 at once.
DRLSS i.OODRToaiH to the attractiveness of
tins department, and to make this sale all the more
interestin:, we wi'l offer the fo lowing unheard-of
4' pieces Tacko Tlaids. In immense variety,
worth 12 cent 'orPteeTits.
20 pieces Windsor 1'l.nd. worth 15 cents for 10
17 pieces Iinilon t'erjie Tlaid. worth 1 cent3. for
A pieces American crctonnrs, half wool, onlr
30 ulcces Nrw Mltallais. hnTfvv.l -tllcnlnr
1 lot fine all wool Vipojue Euitioi, worth M
cents, onU 37 centi.
Bis line all wool Colored rulimcrn. wnrth I HO
only C5 cents.
Together with an itmxene lin nf Pliinnm!
Fancv Materials, in cotton and im,I. and all wnol.
ranztde in trtce from l?( tints to 371 eents ner
VoffdV JSIiiok Caslmicre.
lihVr MA K K IN T1IK W0niJ COMI'(SEl
OF TIIK FINFiT I.LAHA WOOL.
AM) t'AMfeL'3 HAIR FINISH,
Commtcclnf at 5'1 Ct nts nonards. Si.rijl at.
tentlon Isaokeil totbe uualitv lutM-t inches wide.
at 75 cents perjard.
'Jveed.s and Casslnirrosy
For Bon wear, and Cent's uitinf. Iiunienae
sacrifice-) id thl4 department.
ciiHivm.ts iiiksi;xts ai ai:iv
We take necUl pleasure in acnrintn? the tuS-
lie of this rare Dtxrtnnitr. to ficd srmethin? to
please everybody, in our Handkerchief and Fancy
uooan jirpaiimenu fee ine loimwin;
20 dozen all linen hemmed and hemsticlied ITanil-
kercbl:s,at Sc., lilc.. 12c, 15c, 20c- JT-c, .Tk., 37
I-2c. eeour hemtiehed.25c.
17 dozen Lad ea'Fure Flat lli.dkirchier
at$J-")per doten I'eantiful CimMe Hemmid
and Hemsticlied. Initial Hand k ere h efs at 25c
and .17 .c All Linen CikmI.
23 dozen dent s l'ure Linen Hemmed II ind ker
chiefs at I?rt4 , and up ! 3:tceatc
The Rloe soo-1 are all Linen, and nuce are put
up In pretty boxes, in "ui. ablo furtn fcru liand
An endles and mrerlr varietv Impossible to
enumerate. Come acd sea this immense assort
ment. KIRRON, BOW' AXI NFCKTIE DEPART
MtNT In cjllin-spi-c'al attention to this ilepirt
ment, which is simply perfect. wede!ro to tuxr
it known that we bare -pared no exertion to pro
care all the latet mrelt:e. and we think we have
succeeded sufficiently to enable tbe most fistulous
to 1 gratified hre.
BOW S at II' 1-2 cents. 17 cent, 2" cents and up
wards. See those rich, hanj-embro'.derei FrcLch
Ties, and at half pi Ice.
Gents' Bows, Ties and Scarfs
Mourning Good., Caliincrcs, Crepe T
Mouniiiiir Ildk'fV. ami Pliawb.
BLACK" SILK-Be tintcelcl-rate.1 " Ponp-on'"
Lyons silk, al II 5t. We warrant it equal to.any
quality usually retailed at $:.ti
WHITKtiOI. French aud Fnilish NanJoeks.
JaconetM and (Ambries, Tape Checks and Satm
6tripe. luckeil Cimbr cj, etc., etc.
ULUr .In brinln-r to theuot'ea of tur
chasers onr assortment of tilove, we .i-k special at
tentiontoour TreIouse Ukve best (love in the
World. Tt clnxd out tbe balance (f our stock ol
these superb Kl 1)5, we will mark the two button at
St. 50 per pair.
To in-set the call of ail the tn pcrsu-t of cheap
Kid, we will offer a birain at 37e ptr iair ow
we confidently atFert that this (ilore is sold all over
the country at 55c to 75c per pair.
Call for our tilore at $1 " tte take pleasure in
LACK anl KXIUIiOIItKBILS'-Hojiery. No use
attemptini to enumerate ; we betfn at 5c per pair,
and the entire stock Win marked down every one
can be suite 1 in value
LAWFtS and Ii KMT'S VNPhRCLOTIlIMi -We
bosin Ladies and (ieot's tioiuls at 25c and jo up
to tbe finest ;ooij. hplendi-1 Coixls at 5fc.
LINl-N and HOl'&tK KkHMi t.OOlK Table
Paiuakaand Napk'ns. lolies and colored fru-.t
cloth t-lieelio and 1'iUuw cae cotton, Itmks.
IUmask-,and Bath TowN.
FLAMN lLS, KLAXKKTS AMI yriLTS.
Blanket r'kewr before liJM-we uia-te such l nee.
W e bem at I-r- per pair.
COITtKNS In Bteu-hedaud Bri'n. a!l the wj!1
known make. a well a the cheaiet tnUt oom
mencinf at 5c wr ard. Splendid bariotu, full,
t aid witte Cotton, at Cc r ard
I'KINTS AtlUINHUAMs.-,w j ards splendid
prints at 5c per ard.
VWlOLKN M WOR&Thh 1.00IW Ladies
dents and ( hl.dten'j Jat-ktH. "cjrtN Nubian,
Zeph) rs Mantillas, et. all marked down
The abt.ve thwU will be m exhibition W KPNlN
lUVMOUIMJ at'. o'chek, and durlur the boll
dajsourstorwilll openeor no until U
o'clock, the better Ij enable everybtMv to take
adtantae of Ibis great holiday tle. Ute as well
A. A. BUSGOYJSE,
UerrirksOld Stand. ,r.;i (Mmrcli St..
Late Ui'more A r.urzine.Builirb'n. Pl.iltiburili
and Kee-e ill.
Butl.nton. t.. Ie?. 1-77. - wf
For the Next 25) Days
We li:tll tiKiko tin- liitvt'-t irit'0- in
Hie lolldwiiiir t-ooiN. frr mailt' K
!iiff in llii-'i'ilv: lioinnintr villi
We fhall floi" cvfi-v vitnl at .H'.T
WHAT THi:V CO'ST. in all .juali
ties, from S cts. to f ilM) iiofyaicl.
Black Alpacas lrom 20c. per
yard, upwardsi. A jjood Mack
Cashmere fur fiOc. A1m sonic
extra bargains at 70 and 8()c.
AVATEi: l'KOOF CLOTHS,
In all jrr.uli. ('anion l-'latint'N I VI t
Skirts. Xuliia-. eatf-'. mc ami
(lent.-' I'liilct-wear. Ilo-ierj. &e..
Sold regardless of what they
cost to make room for new
Our gmul-. meall new ami i!t -ira
lile.anil will Ik' .-olil I'or It than jou
ran lmy olil pliopuorn tjooil-.
Vo shall open on Saturday,
Ian. nth, a large line ol New
I'riuts anil (liiiliaiii-- in
Dress Stjles. A1m itlcaclicil
and JJrown Cottons at lower
prices than ever before.
T. s We liara jii 1 a.Mrd t. ur st.vk a olcj t'r.
ol Kull Cli'tlH lur .Mtn'a an.l It,-) -i wi-ar wlnoli
w.rr lxiuztit at a prfat rr.luft.i.n tn.in I. nnfr
pric.4. mi tliat li lit t'i- alile to lelltlirtu LOM Kit
tLan Hie LOWtKl'.
Ili'iiii'mlu'i-tliat UPimnn wliat ui'miv.
It frtfull) .
KINSIiKY & TU.Iiri.K,
:iirni'ri:liiir4li antl Hunk M.
A treat reduction lu Hie price nl pUle work Iroui
now to Jan. It, lirf
I will itiiikt si-1 ol Mrth nl rlO
mid upunrils, mill wiirrmit nil
.1 H WKLI,KRr Dentil,
N'w li Jiwtt tVrmr Tinv aad(ulleji Hts
JTarmers and Mechanics
ASI TriT COMPAQ r.
Charten-d by an Act of the Le-ialature of Vermont
approved November 11th, io.witha,
paid up Capital or HOO.&jO.
This Institntxn gunrauteei the payment of Us
ucfu 'uiciMi, meieoy securm; uepotuiors
a2Sin-tALi.lcsseB which may be sustained by the
CONDITIONS OF DEPOSITS.
Hook Account i.
Tiie Einallest sum put tn Interest (ball be Ott
Dollar, and no fractional part ofa dollar shall
Deposits made durinj the first fire days of any
uvula m u.w luieri'si irom me ursi nay oi inn
month, and those made after that durinj the month
wui urw imereEt ircna the flrt day or the :ollow
lntcret-t Will r.prrPftitnl tn (.nnallnra ! t!, t
of hve per cent, per annum, on the firit daj sof Feb
ruary im August, ana inii interest win draw
Intercut from l.itA nT ii(h r-rt-Ait. inrunrmni1lni
twice in every j ear, without trouble or care to the
Thu Company will also Ifsu Deposit ReceiDts
pattttWe on ilemimi:, with Interest from date at the
If not paid wilhit thirty dajs, tiiree ir cent.
If not paid within s.x niOi ths. Bra per ceut pr
The interest on the;e Jtce!pts will be paid at the
jni 01 tery tix iucniu- a.ier meir aaie, ana en-dorsi-d
upon the receipt when presented for soon
Tbe Institution It designed for nit classes, and Is
oin to ati.
IndiTidnals, Firms and Societies seeking incomo
from money in abe ance or at n t, will And aafrty
and advantage in thislQEtitution.
The buemc&s ol this Company is transacted by the
XVATIOXAl. It A If,
inA .-rj-.eita mil V- -i-A ...1 ...T.I.Iln
bank hours. MUJ.EY MAV KE BfcHT FOR DhT
Hmi Hi .MAIL OR LXPRL&S, and Lank Book
will be promptly r tnrnod.
11ENRY r. IIICKOK, President.
C11A8. W. WOODUOL'SE, Treasurer.
Feb. A0. 15:s dtwu
MIXOOSKI FALLS, VT.
II. W. MASON k CO.
Arc oflcriii!r Iianrains from their
;,00() Yards Brown Cottons,
0, 7, S and 9 cts. per yard.
:,()()() Yds. Blenched Cottons,
S and ! cts. per yard.
JJOO Doz. Underwear, cheap.
Prints, i cts. per yard.
lay Pieces (set) of Crockery,
" I'ountl Can Toniatoc? 15 cts.
.Pound Can Peaches ".Oct..
Corn, Plums ami all Mml? at tlio
same reduction in prices.
Full stock Boots, Shoes and
lubbers,atvery low prices.
.4 full line of Latins' Corsets very low.
Choice line ot Teas, Coffees,
and ccneral groceries at bot
Reppect'ully j our,
II. . NASOX a CO ,
EarIo a Sloct, tippoilte EteTens lIoa,,
Wlnoutk! Falls, Vermont.
P. S. ticois dcl.Tereil free in VVinooaLI anil
Orvjinatfl Prftf.StoclbnJfff, frfftfiortJgri
culture tn iue jiamcnutiii tifrtcuuuTiu ottryr.
Made fcr each crcti. fnrnishlnir the Plant foo.1
which each require. C?edforflvertai3,andia 1977
aipIIM on rvrr It0ti0 cr nltb jeeat facceas.
P KEDCOED. Fi-r sale 11owker"s Bm.
aid Drili. 1'ErsruATK of n lllzh (trade; also.
Chemical, bt nd :or Pamphlet. Mailed frse.
W. It. 150WKEK aV: CO.,
ror one quarter of a cent n day.
or si icr yt-ar.
Ilantlrai-ti- Illustrated. Kor all farmm. garden
ers, sr-'io-jrower. itock-raiivrs, dairy men. and all
Interai ia this srtat Industry. For all who de
sire to learn abut manures or fertilizers, abent the
best method' o farm practice, acd all agricultural
? repress. AIo contain art'ele cn Farmers In Poll
cs, oa EntTaolojy, Roral Arlcnlur-, Window
A True raruier'n Paper,
PaUiihed inthe interetj of TrotltaWe Agriculture.
'tClMCE IS BrT FrCCATEO(.OMJI01 SeS."
At.k ronr newsdealer for it. fiend 10 cents, or
three postage etamis. for a f-ts:iiiia number, to
cii:atific kAit3ii:itf noti,
For m CASK of CATAItltlt
that V:t'OUIff KAIMCAL
Cl'lSK forCatarrh will not Icitantly
Ilenry U t lis, K.. Wella. Far;o A Co.,
Aurora N.V.: Vm. Bowen. ffii.Mc.
llatton. Uract A Boenk St. Lonis.
Tet!monlaU and Treatire by mail.
Pr.ce, ith Improved Inhaler.il. Hold
eTtry where. WEEKS & ruTTEK.
riopr'f ttr, Boston, Mast.
n; I detail Price $'AW. on'y $2iW. Pak
Jr 111 II 03 1 L0KOi:.As.prt"i:5.only!04.
Paper liee. 1.F LEATTV.Waahinrton.H.J.
Choirs. Sinuins Schools, Societies,
TIi Salutalion (12.00 per dozen), or
7,1 on (gli.dO per diz?n), or no IjIi-
cor rcr tlczen). or l'frKins
Singlnc Srltool 73 per Jzcd), or
JtilntsonN liorus Clioir liilrnc
lion I took ($12 00 per dozeD).
The first two are Br-t-cla-s Churcb mnicSKvk.
i- Krcer?.,n and IV. O. Perkln?. and have full
in-tructii efmie?. The last three are fitted eeprC-
tally fcr tfinxin; whowls by the vtrybest talent.
Now for a spirited Wirter andi-prinsfcinnsCIa.s
lsoce new interett to th jear practice, by
ini..nn.inr run in A !V .T A i- .nurt lur
H Is!iiiv.:tr, - - Hutttrfahl $1.25
Don iUunio, - - DuilUu llutk. 1 50
Jost'pir UoiKlnsr, Chadmck. 1.35
1'roillal Snn, - - Sulhran. 1.25
Vnlimrgi !Hfslit, Mendelssohn. .60
r.elshaiiar and and Jen ph'i Eondaie are drama
tized, and are splendid musical dramas.
IA Kit lIT0. dt CO., Ilutton.
Educate lcunsmen and lad cs fr r the prncipal
duties of life. Toanyonewho will senif w lit
or name cf jonns perons of a suitable a-; to
attend tn 13 SCnooi Will seniu irte vi cnaro.
piece of iMjautifol it nitork. Tor cjtaloie. jirin
la I parti ular.aidrss at Trny.N-l CllKA Kk
A bWIkl.l'b. Principal. Oci5 "mon.satAwCm
fiUC treatment ot Cmccr ha become so fnter
I fven withnutckervth.it theprortfsivephjs
ii lan lias ap;eared unwillinpto enter intotheareni
a'atnot tliedrcptiom contiuentl ihemtMof the
n.Vica' I'rwfefion are almot totally tritoraat of
(his ff irfut nn mi-t prevalent d.?ea-e. They
repaid cancer as incurable ltecauo they do not
umierstiod the rr;n of pat.ioUy, coneoriitly
th uiereH try to alleviate the excruciating pain
which th a d sea-e entail upn it victim. We
re ard Cancer a curabie m bvth !orms mrdolury
and pcirrhu". We have u-t-d our n medic in this
countr and Eun l-e "or the Iat twenty jetrs with
marvil'ou- ;ue. e-pecally tn oa-es of the
womb, breast and '.at . lu earm etly amictt a call
from thot-e who h-ve up hope. One of the
phjsic'ans of the inetitutr will visit thoe in any
part . the cuatrj who are unable to call. Ueue
ne-tht r km . p'a-ter or cau-t and rau-e n; pain,
depend n; entir. .r upon iur sn-cilic. Pee lor
t-xamlnitioo and wri-ullat in. .t.n in all cafes.
All letter : m-'Uiry must cnt-rn Sl.oi'.aaour
time i alialle. and canr't r-e siv-n for nothmr.
Addrt-v. ,1. Utter to the uper ntendenl. Dll.
i;'jBLltlMN, i.tlu-e o Icjtitate.
nt Trcniv-nt fc'trcit. Bo-toa.
LEA & PER IJ INS'
I'KONOi'i ki m tn KTi:.cr
C0N.Nul3H US JIHIll M.11KN-
I ILfMlN at
TJ13ET1IL ji f Madra-t. hial-ri-STV
er nt Wfc i-tkh,
"Villi Good siF A ''-'
!JlliCt.l . x,u tirA 1 fKt
, ,, . 35 "Jieiuinl DlD'la.attil
An.l avi-lical.le t" glQtW fH i. m my vv n,
.. . .1""- tti in t ralataMe
tmv Ai:n:nl-- J,- ..,.- th m..t
OK IU8U. SiTT: (;li-l.-.ni rauc
't'lal s uiailc."
it it-rTi:iiMiim: sai'i i:.
THIS IIIVINA TIIK ClWniKK NOT 0M.V
nu; r.isT. liur Tin. sii'aT
Signature n on ever) lottle.
join IU'Rt t-X 0.,
Iiirnt M.. niitl 1 I nto fr
ov i Milan
IN the Iiistriet Contt o'the Unitd State?, for the
I:etr!ctof Vt-ruiciit la Ke Kobert H. Styles.
Bankrupt. In Uantraptcy. No 733. District of
Notice la nerehy riren that a petition ha been
filed In said Court, bv Kobert n btjle, of Bar
Ifnjtor. lnsaid liistilct.daly declared a bankrupt
nndi r the Ac; ol lonzres ot March 21, is", tora
d.schare atd cp r ificite thereof. lrom all his debts
and other cla'iu provable under ?fd Art. ami that
tha 2d day of April. IS78, at t o'cTcck a. m,
lefore the lion. LIotU. wheeler. Juda of said
Court, at the L'-b. Court Rt-oth in Burlington, is
aisijned for tne hearing of the name, when and
where all creditors whu havo proved their deb's,
and other person in int-reet. may attend and show
cause ifany they have why tae prajer of said
pet.ticn thould not ie rantt-d.
luted at BarhEton.on the ltli day of Feliruary,
3j3w B. BSMAr.LkV.CVrk.
I .A BlMdtl'PTCV.
IN tiie District Court of the United btatfi for the
District of Veniiimt. In Pe' P.)mn Kinney,
BankruptIn P-nk:u tcy. o. C'Ji. District
of Vermont, f
Sue N ties is hereby xiven that a petition lias
been filed in saii Court, by don Ki&ney, of
Lowell, tn aaid District, duly declared a bankrupt
UQd. r the Act of Congress of Ma ch 2d. 1J-C7. for a
discharge acd c-rtiCcatf thert-of, 'nm all bis debts
and other claim provable under aid Act, and that
the 21 day of April. l-7-.at 9o'cI"ck a.m, be'ore
the Hon. llujt II. Wliteur,.Iud;o: ea.d Coart, at
tbe U.S. Court Roonm in Burlington, is asi?ned
for the hearing of the same, whin and where all
cred.tors who hare provfd the r debts, and other
pcr&tii In m'frest, may attnd and thiwcauaeif
any Ibey tave wh the prater of said prtitiOQ
tfaoal 1 not c anted.
Dated at Burlington, on the Wi day of Feornary,
33w3w B. B. S5I ALLEY, Clerk.
IN the I'iitriet Conrt of th Ynlte-l tta'ei for the
District of Vermont In the matter of Ileraso II.
Notice i hereby jriven that a petition has been
filed in said Court, by Horace II. Wheeler, oi bt,
Jolnbury, in said Distr ct, duly dec ared a bank
rupt under the Act ot Con:res cf March 2d. 1867,
for a discharge anl certificate the'eof. from all his
dbts and other cltiin provable nndr said Act. and
that the 2d dv of April. l-"7. at 9 o'clock a. be
fore th" lion llojt II. Wl-f-eler,Jnieofsaid Conrt.
at the U. S. C on Koonum Burlington, ii asslntd
for the heariu; of the same, when anl w her all
creditors who have prort-Jth-r debts, and other
p rons in ioter St. m attend and sLott cau?e it
unytbry have why the prayer of said ietitton
Datidat liurliutuo, oathe ICthday of Petmary
E. C. SM ALLEY, Cler.
1 .1 1 1 A ."V II It 17 1 "f V Y .
IN the District Court uf the TniteJ States, for the
Dstr.ctof '.eruont. In the matter of Pamuel
A. Drew, bankrupt.
Notice Is beret) r riven that a uetit'on taibeen
filed in said Court, by basmrl A- Drew, of
Burlington, insa.d DNtr.et duly declared a bank
rupt ucder tne Act of Congress of March 2d,
ISG7, for a discharge and certificate thereof, from
al! bis debt and other claims provable under
said Act. and that the 21 dar of Aunt ISTS.at 9
o'clock a.ubetjre tbe Hon Hovt H. WheeUr.
jod;e of said Court, at the t' S. Court Rooms In
tiurianion, is assignee lor lae Lean ax ot cue same,
when and wbtre aTl creditwa w)n hareprovtd
their debts, ami itber nerscs la intcrcet. mar
attendant show cause if any they bare why the
prayer oi sua pei.ucn snouia not ns raniea.
j'aiea ai dui nnricn.cn me ilu aay oi teomary,
3iw3ir B R. S3I ALLEY, Clerk.
IX ltAr li Itt I'TCV.
IN the DUtnct Court of the United States fur the
i'tnctcf Vermont. In tte matter of Frank
W. Brownell, lUnkrupt.
Nrtica is berebv tivt n that netilion bai
been filed in said Court, by Frank W. Urowoell, of
jinriiDSton, in w l iJi'tnc'.ouii aiciareu a Dana,
runt under the Art of Congress ef March 2d. 167.
for a dichare and cert lk-ate tliereC, from all
Cebts and ither claims provable umkr said Act, and
that the 2J dav cf Atnl.Ksfat 9 o'clock a,m be
fore tbe Il.m. lloyt I U ft heeler. Jnde of aid Court.
at tne u.s. court Koms in uaiiiosion. ! assifrntu
for the kerinj of the same, when and where all
creditors who have proved their debts, and other
p rams in interest, may attend and show cauM If
anv t her have why the piaier tf said petition
shoald not be granted.
Dated at Burimcton.cn tne 19th day of rebruiry.
aiuTici: ix itixKitrpTcr.
rpIIIS i to jive Toti;e. that on the 16th day of
JL February A D. Ii7$r a warrant in Bankruptcy
was lar-ned ajrairtt the eftato of James II. batebrf
der, of Lncnln, in the cccn oi Addion, and State
of Vermont, who has beeT adjudged a Bankrapt on
his cred iters petition- that tne pa j ment of any
debts and delivery of any jrop-rty belon;m?to
said Bankrupt, to limi, or for bis use, and the
transfer of any property by him. are forbiditen by
law . that a met tin; of the creditors of ia:d Bank
rupt, to j rove their debts, and to choose one or mon
ajMiuees of bis etate. will be held at a Court of
Bankruptcy, to hr bolden at the nflce of Stewart
Eld red 'c. In Middleburv. In the county of Additou.
and Mate of Vermcnt, before W. li Vtazvy,Ks(t
Rezister. in the bib. dar o! March. A. D- 13'3.
at Wo'cloct a.m. GEO. P. IU5TEU.
United states ai&reftai, as aiessenser.
XOTICK IX lCAAKltri'TCr.
IN theDistrnt Court of the Unite 1 bta'n, for tbe
District cf Vermont, in the matter ot George A.
tord. Jr. in bankruptcy
oticfli herebr ziren that a 3d and 2d seneral
mei tinsof the creditors of said Oeorje A. Ford. Jr..
liankrnnt. I194 ben orderetl and will be held at
tiutldha.1 in said district, before the Hon. John L.
Edwards. ItexiJtcrtn Bankruptcy, on tne I-un uay
a! March. A. D. 1S7$. at one o'clock D. m . at the
hotel of Hie. n. Hartshorn lor th purposes named
in the twenty-seventh and twint-nhth sections
of the Hankrupt Act cf Merch 2d. I7.
UnildhalJ, t- reomary isoi. is.s.
Z:.x3 Fi:iNK IlALL,Assiznee-
PI3TRICP OF YKRMON'T, S.S. At Barlinstoa.
th's 13th day of February, A.D. 1373.
The nnierM!?ncd l.ertbv ;rie nce of his an-
pointmt-nt as Assfnee oi v. 8. Mchol Co of
u amotion, in tne conn:r oi (.niuenaen ami siaie oi
Wrmont.-wlthi'i said D str'ct. who nave been ad
judged Bankrnps, upon the r own petition, by the
linnet louri oi iam x'ltinci.
3.p)w3w ft. 31. lUft, Aisiiteo.
NOTICE I V lU.YKItlPTCV.
In the District Conrt !er the District of Veraont.
rpilE nndrineI herby sives notii-e of his
1 appcintmenta Assignee of the est ate ol Jeremiah
M. Iham of Colchester. Chittenden county, within
ta.d District, who has been afljuded a bankrupt
upin his own petition by sa.d D sttict Court.
loicneeter. reo. mti, i-.o.
25w3w SAM t EL BIG'VOOD, Asainef.
ALimicii oitii:i,, ktati:.
fE, THE SUBSCRIBERS, having been ap
r iioirtteil bv the Honorable the Probate Conrt
for the D strict of Chittenden, l'ommis'oners to
receive, examine and atjut the claims and demands
oi an perHms.asa'nui tneesiaio aianca noney.
late of Weiuo'd. in said I;trict. de-ceased, and
also all claims and demands exhibited inefbef
thereto; and six months. fhm the dav of tbe date
hereof, be.n allowed by said Court for that purpose,
we do thereforo hereby pie notice, that we will
attend to the business of onr appointment, at the
dwelling house of Mary S Worlt-y, inVVestford, in
said District, cn the first Saturdays or May and
An suit next, lS7i, at It o'clock A. on each
Dated this 12th day of February. A. D. 1573.
5 Com ml isi oners.
GEOfUE BSACUr J
HONET OF HOREHOUND AND TAR
FOR THE CURE OF
Coughs, CoUs. IaSnema, Hoarseces, Difficnlt
Breathing, aal all AfTectutu of tbe Throat,
Bronchial TaWs, ami Lcng, lea Jin j
Thi infolHMc remcTy i cctnvtWCJ f
UiCY of the plant Horthowui. in clicmival
union with TR-1Ulm, cxtrsctctl from the
Iife rsiM'irtE of the forest tree An:
UtiviMM, or Kilm of GilcvL
The lltwwy of Ilorehouml storms am
?CTTERS all irritation i ami inflammations
the Tar-Ktlm cieank am hfais the thni.it
and air pvssftRti lending to the luti. Fnc
OtLLtionol Inrttlwnts keep the oran. coot.
moit, anl m heilthfnl aain. let n pre
jtuhve keep jou Tinm trjinr; tlu great nic li
cine of a iniou tloctor who Iu sai;il th.u
an.U ofhve b it In In- large pmate practice.
N. It. The Tar-Halm has ik hp tasif or
ruinss s cent wi $t rrn R-rnx
tin it wnii tk bay Wfr" (
riUes Toothache !iop- I'uro
in 1 Minute
SKl lv all Prugtts.
0. N. GRITTENTON, Prop., N.Y.
IeCA, I77. ('Jtwly
ISin M'VMKKD IEKOIIX1C.
Patent tri Aran. 10. iT7.
rn-lE S. inkiest and Tet
1 art'ele for cj"k-n
bee'teak ever invented.
Can be ned over either
a Coal or Wood fire.
Chs Mak so "imcklv
it at an tne juice- ana
Havor are rcta-nod.
Pis n.t ret a-hes or
OES mt let "moke and
Ots nut put cut the
Atk lourUvuler for tbe
it b jut whit j ou want.
1h trut fuprliP-t by
FULLER, DANA A PI ft.
110 North M. fcojton.and
WILLIAMS A CO., Nashua. N- H.
Mann ii-tared by
I. ARTHUR r.ltttWN A CO. Puherville, N. II.
IVcC .dedAw 'm
1 v k iv Great chanco to make money. I
J if 3 11 jou can't st Id ) on can se
111 II sreeobicks. We need a person In
111 I II evrv town to take subscriptions
I 9 1 i i 1 1 . for the laT -est, cheapest and N it
V lUumated family publicatioain
the world Any one can become a u.-wsstul agent,
ilia moid etepant works of art jriven free to sub.
icnbers Tne price i t low that aim- st everlotly
fubwr.t-es. One aentrep' rtsmatiu'cver$K-Oin
week. A !adj a sent rifttak -over 4iM(ub
tenbers in ten da. All who CDsajemaVomonej
fat. Vou can drote alt vwnr time to the bu&iutss,
or only jour ri-are t tue. ou need not be away
lrom home over niht. Yu can do It as well
as other. lul. vartk-nlani, direct lo"s and
ternu tre J letaat and expensive outfit lree. If
j ou want pi oil table work bend u vonr address
at once, it cots nothing io try the business No
one who enxae fails to make great pay. Addresa
"Tbe People's Journal' Pot Hand, 41 a ne