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THE BURLINGTON. VT-, FREE PRESS. FRIDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 2. L 878.
PRL1NGT3N. FRIDAY. FEB. 22, 1878.
Tfce Tree 1'ress Association
n. . niVKlUCT. Editor.
Tci nn ja.OO a i car. ilwayi In advance.
TRAILS A BRIT K AT BGBLlHOTOa.
Frnm tfce North. S 2(1 a. m. IM 1.40 and 8.00D.B1.
rrom the att,b Central VL K. and 8.20
a. cj., & d ana e.w p. m.
Frum tho tSouth, 7.-fl a. in. 12J m., and 4.S0 p. m.
Froaitfce ta't, by burlinetun A Lamoille U.R.,
IU.2J a. in , and 2.40 p. in.
TR11SK LEAVE BCBUBGTOB.
Going North and ttest. 4.20 and 7.25 a.m., 12.35, 45
ana 7iv p.m.
Goin; East, by Central Vt. R, R., 7.23 a. m, 12.33,
4.SS and 7.13 p. nr.
Gotn? South. 8-2S a. m. and 4.10 and 8.00 r. m.
Go.o? fcaft, by Burlington A Lamoille R. R., 7.00
a. m ana 4 z p.m.
rsiDENT Ratts is the somewhat attrac
tive nime of a Brattleboro barber.
A twentt-pound ltnx was shot at West
Georgia, the other da;.
St. Johns bury rejoices in a 124-pound
dog. What a bonanza for the sausage
Deciueer and Jam-art. An Enosburgb.
widower of 66 was recently married to a
Franklin widow of 79.
TasWinooski liquor agency's Bales, last
year, aggregated 2,650 a sufficiently lib
eral sum for a place of tbe fizs.
A II C.N D RED AND ElATE.V YkABS OLD.
A Montreal de pitch sa that Marie Dupe
iaon died at Nicole r, recently, aged a hun
dred and eleven scats
Is MtuoRMM. Tbe triends ol the late
Rtv. Dr Silas McKean, ot Bradford, are en
dcavorirg to secure contributions to a fund
far a mcLucieot to his memory.
Canadians a:c i.ot permitted to enlist in
the regular regiments cf the British army,
although tLtrL arc in Canada many good
men who would like to become soldiers.
No iees than 70.000 people bare signed
the Muipbj temperance pledge in North
ern Nw Y rt, this soason. Three hun
dred buIials. Lave tuccumbed to the era
Lvtters troLi Concord, N. XI.. report that
Got. Underwood is well pleased with bis
quarters there, and thinks that tbe quiet
and rot frjm care will bo good for bis
Tns Lamoille Am pronouncea Mrs.
PLcc'je DuutLcy, who lectured at Johnson
last week, aKucct?ss ; though it pronounces
her "unfitted by pose, facial expression
contour an J dress, for an 'adjunct of
llor-aAisiito proTcd a disastrous experi
ment in this Mate, the last season. Ai a
general thing the rates realized did not
cover the co.t of picking, and many raisers
hare not tt sold toeir bops.
A RicaroRD man has shipped to Boston,
thi- fcaEor, 1,150 pounds of spruce gum.
The lat bean crop Mas good, too. so that
aesthetic Boston's happiness may be consid
cred a fixed f act.
Beaes tLe fe-tive snow-ball. A Mans
field, Ma., boy of 10, named Smith, and a
Bristol, (Ct ) lad o! 7, have both got fatal
hurts in this way within a few days.
Railroad Litigation. The Connecticut
and Paunipic railway company hare be
gun a f uit a gain-1 the Southeastern railway,
to recover $100,000. Tbe papers were
served the 13th.
GtoacE Pauier is dead set. 18, and Tal
ced at $15,000. In his day he had van
quished Gold.-mith Maid, American Girl.
Geo. lilies an! manyjothers. Ue waa a
torse, as it were.
Gen. Myers, known as "Probabilities,"
says that all these vaticinations in refer
ence to the weather weeks hence are guess
work and nothing more; that there are
no discoveries so far by which the phenom
ena can be determined beyond 48 hours
or po in advance.
Tex Accident Rccokd. R. S. Shepard,
of Georgia Center, who was thrown from a
sleigh and terribly injured, several davs
ago, died three days after tbe accident.
A. G. Wyj.au was instantly killed by
falling down bis cellar stair?, at Waterville,
last Fri Jay.
Bennington a Debt. It is probable that
Bennington will Tote at the coming town
meeting to luna her fr.u.ooo iioating aeor,
but. with the prefect feeling, no action is
possible regarding the so-called railroad
debt of $112,0O, aol the $59,000 accrued
Charlotte. Pre. M. II. Backham, ot
the U. V M., eavc us, on Friday evening
the 15:h ia-tM one of tbe most interesting
and profitable lectures we bare had. The
Congregational church was full and the
audierc--were well pleated. The President
rfe than answered tbe high expectations
Tee good people of Williamstown wera
appalled, tbe other day, by tbe following
dreadful writing on tbe wall : i aM reDy
To ceaTE yoUr cIIairSG.' For Chaucerian
spelling, this if a trifle wore than the New
Yotk sign closo died and clened '
YaluaeleHokie. Jacob Farr, ofW&lden.
his a horse which talus tbe children to
school (a distance of three-fourths of a
mile) id the morning and then returns home
safely alone At Eight he it harnessed and
sent alone to the school house to bring them
IIesry Scripture, for twenty-two years
connfced with the Albany Penitentiary,
has been appointed Agent and Warden of
the Clinton State Pnon, The Albany
Journal "Ays he bas had a thorough train
ing uLd giTM every a-urance of making an
efficient officer. Tbiugs will hereafter be
doLe accijrdic,f toP-cripture, at Dancemora.
OrcuCpfL you .emeiubcr Hamlet's im
paeiomd TaleLtice to "the cel-stial, and
mysauP- idul.tbemcstbeaotifur Ophelia,
fur (ui we take it to be, and as such It has
been od for many generations :
Itul.t tlmu that ttin are fire,
iKnbt that tLo mLdotli mote.
Doubt truth to tte liar,
liul revcr doaht I lore.
. TVisdsoi County is boasting over ner
Congresuen. The li-t embraces two Sen
ators Dudley Chsa and Jacob Co I lamer
and ten Rrpre-cntatives Lewis R. Morris,
John U. Hubbard, Charles Marsh, William
lluntrr, Eiias Keye-, Oeorge'E. Wales,
Horace Everett, Jacob Col lamer, Andrew
Tracy, Duiiry C. Deni-on
Toe old hue liny of Shedd & Walkers
has been di-lred, Mr. James A. Shedd re
tiring, while tbe Me-r. Walker continue
the buim. Mr. fchedd has been in tbe
tin and barter business for over thirty years
and the eucce-s he has achieved is ftirly
due to bis meriry and integrity. May be
llye long and prosper.
Fiery Facts La-t jtar. upwards of
$68,000,000 wf re &e.t away by conflagra
tions in the Unite! States. Not one cent
of this vast Hum w ill ever return ; in fact.
t is tnmbilatrd No, .t our population
numbers 40,(00,(0(1, this Uxes each indivi
dual about 1 70, which, at fix per cent,
wncld represent a ciital of $28, or tbe
en,rfbO'is M.U1 of -100 ('O.fOO. It is fear
ful to contemplate, and wonderful, tbat tbe
American pi "pie do nut see tbe tccesslty of
bcildic; with less de-tructire ma ten dispos
sessing them as c do, in plenty
The statement in ibo )at iiue of the
Montpelier Aryvs that Mers. Ripley
Holton of thn city hal failed is, we are
authorize d to ray, crit'ely without founda
tion. At no time since they started in
bubinc-, -ix j cars ago, 1ms tbe firm been
on a sounder financial hatl than at present,
and the ttory above referred to is undoubted
ly of malicious origin. Of such rumors tbe
city has been full, of late silly, malicious
or a compound of both. People should
understand that tbe business standing and
reputation of a commercial house should
not be lightly tampered with ; and should
be extremely careful about circulating the
reports alluded to.
nepabllran Clli (aueas.
ALAKGKAND HABKONIOrS GATDEKING JO D
HATCH AND HENRY O. W HEELER NOUINAT'
ED FOR MAYOE AND CITY JUDGE, RESPECTIVELY.
Pursuant to call, the Republican caucus for
the nomination of candidates for the Mayor
alty and City Judgeship was held at City
Hall.Friday eTening.Feb.15. The attendance
was very large, tbe body of the hall being
crowded. Gen. W. W. Henry, of the City
Committee, called tbe meeting to order and
read the call. lie then called to the chair
Samuel Huntington, Eeq, but that gentle
man not being present, Hon. Daniel Rob
erts was, against his protest, chosen chair
man, and retired on Mr. Huntington put
ting in an appearance. Mr. Huntington,
however, declined the position, when L. h.
Lawrence. Esq., nominated Gen. W. W
Henry, and he was unanimously olected.
The caucus then further got down to busi
ness by choosing Mr. T. F, Edar secre
Nominations being now in order, Mr.
JamcsA.Shedd nominated for Mayor tbe
present incumbent, tbe Hon. Jo D. Hatch
For City Judje. Capt. U A, Woodbury
nominated Henry 0. Wheeler, E-q
L. L. Lawrence said that Hon. M. R
Tyler bad faithfully and ably filled tbe poi
tion of City Judge for the past five yeais.
and paid a high compliment to his ability
nr.d inteirntv. Acting in bis behalf, bow'
ever, and in bis name, thanking the party
and our citixens generally for the confidence
they had reposed in him in the past,
he would withdraw- Judge Tyler' name
from the canra". Mr. Lawrence concluded
bv 'eeoiidmc the nomination of Henry l
Wbreler a citizen ot learning and ability
h a lauirr and intecritv as a man.
baiuticl Huntington took the floor for tbe
purpose of making an explanation, tie hau
bten told in tbe course of the day that
parties bad bfen printing ballots for him as
Mayor. To those who had approached him
on tbi" subject be bad given no encourage
ment nbattter. He did not want the office.
Ui-i Ir tends were doubtlets prompted by the
ktnde-t Motive, but he had no aspirations
in tbe dirrctuo indicated, though he would
g 1 idly crve in any position tbe interests of
the city and the unit? of the party de
VotiDP was then commenced, the follow
ing gentlemen acting as tellers: 0. S.
atom, ri. u. inca, reter L.anuer, aj, o.
(i Keed, Loomis j.smitn.
A committee consisting of Russell S
TaIi. E. U.Taft. K. B. Walker. Fred Johon-
nott ai.d A. El Richardson, appointed to
report names for a city committee for the
ensuing jear, reported (tnrougn uov. iauj
in laror ol retaining toe present commute?,
nnd it was a crdered.
After tbe lapse of an hour tbe ballot-box
was closed and the result of tbe voting de
clared, as follows :
Jo D. Hatch bad 262T0tes.
Sdmuel Huntington bad 53 votes.
Scattering, 1 TOte.
rOR CITY JUDGE.
Henry O. Wheeler had 217 votes.
Seneca llaclton had 22 votes.
M. R. Tyler bad 4 Totes.
And Jo D. Hatch and Henry 0. Wheeler
were declared tbe Republican candidates for
Mayor and Uitv Judge, respectively.
The caucus then adjourned.
Attempted Suicide. Rowland Hunt, re
siding near Brattleboro, attempted suicide
last week, by cutting his throat with a
bread knite. Seeing that this was not to
efiVct bis purpose, be rnshed out of the
hou, around into a shed near by, and be
gan to blazj away at the top of bis head
with the edge of a broad axe, but inflicting
only flesh wounds of a trivial character
He will j-ecover.
Yen nor, the Canadian weather prophet.
says: I expect to see some severe weather,
and some very heavy snow falls, and it is
no: unlikely that we shall this month re
cord one of tbe coldest dips of the Winter
The month will again end stormy and cold,
and March will probably bo nshered in by
deep snon s. I still maintain tbat February
will be tbe mosi wintry month,' and tbat
we shall yet have extensive snow block
Portland and Gcdensourg, Vxbmont
Division. From a statement made by tbe
treasurer, it appears that the liabilities of
this road include 91,000 preference bond
sold and $314,000 pledged as security for
notes given fur iron ; $1,457,800 first mort
gage bonds soli and $842,200 pledged;
$32,(HX) consolidated and $149,000 second
mortgage bonds pledged ; $486,772 notes,
bills, pay-rolls and similar claims ; $231,-
000 overdue coupon", and $434,000 bal
ances due other roads, agents, etc., making
$4,043,772 in all. The amount realized
from ttock subscriptions was $1,022,000,
and there is $55,600 in uncollected sub
scriptions. There are many small claims
for ties, labor, right of way, etc., the non
payment cf which causes much suffering
and discontent along the line of the road.
Demonetized Senators. fbe Washing
ton correspondent of tbe Boitoo cTroteZer
says of the kcene in the Senate, Friday
night, during the final debate on the Silver
bill : "Toe Keno was remarkable as well
as di-igraccf.il. A large number of Sena
tors were in an utfit condition to partici
piU in dica-t-jor, biog so intoxicated
tbat they could scarcely Uni on.their feet.
There were from ten to fifteen in this condi
tion, and instead of being taken to their
homes, they remained in the Senate Cham
ber to make themselves conspicuous, and
pam the occupintsof the gallaries who
were cjmpelled to see 4he sight. Such a
a scene was probably never before witnessed
in tbeCdpitil; and it ought to bring a
blush of shame to every citizen , that such
exhibitions go unrebuked.'
TueMuk Bcsimss. A Senator has In.
troduced in tbe New York Legislature a
bill ("or the protection of dairymen and deal
ers in milk and the prevention of deception
in tbe sale of milk. It provides that every
person who hIl sell or offer for sile any
milk from which the cream, or any part
thereof, has been removed, shall mark in
letters not Ie-s than two inches in length,
a cooBpicuous place on the outside of
every can or package containing uch milk,
the words, '"kimmeJ milk." A violation
is made a mi. demeanor, and in addition
thereto there is a penalty of $50.
Tuhe is a rousing temperance movement
going on at V hitcball. Nearly two thuu-
aanl people have signed tbe total abstinence
pledge, and some four hundred bard drink
ers (wnich class have flourished luxuriant
ly at Whitehall from time immemorial)
have been mclaiuied. The three hose com
panies La tea, Doran and Hobson and
the militia company signed the pledge as
organizing , tbe liquor dealers aro
going out h( the business, and tbo streets
are watered imh Ucr "and sicb."
The Montpelicr Argvt, commenting upon
thesurcesof the "Moffat Registers" as a
source ol Stito revenue in Viritinia, makes
the suggestion tbat tbe whiskey drinkers of
Vermont be allowed to pay off our State
debt in the same way. The Middkbmy
ttcyisttr tbirikc it is a good suggestion, but
is fcurprii-t J to see the Argvs going back on
its tatr6ns bLd ;urty in this way.
Silver The i!vor fractional coin, it
may not bo generally known, contain but
384 trains to the dollar of silver, and aro in
triosic&IIy not worth more than 85 cenis,
as compared with gold. They are bought
and sold. hu-erer, owing to tbe actual em
ployment of them as4,chaoge," and to tbo
limited amount of thdjj which has been
coice!, at fnmi 1)7 to U8 cents in paper, or
95 cents in irold, so that their market value
is con-tdcrably higher than would bo tbat
of tbe ilJ-rmu silver dollar.
I. O.G T. At the latt regular meeting
of Cbamplain Lodge No. 20, I. O. of G. T.,
held Feb. 12, l;6, the following officers
were duly installed by tbe Grand Lodge
II. R. Wing, W. C. T.
Mrs. W. II. Biiuk. W. V. T.
E. II. Trick. W. S.
Henry R. Hill, V. A.S.
Robert McCollom, W. F. S.
Miss Carrie Wing, W. T,
C. L. Hart. W. C.
A. 0. Smith, W. M.
Miss Ida Wood, W. D. M.
Mrs Carrie Sails. W. I. G.
Frank Church, W. O.G.
Mrs. A. 0. Watson. W. R. H. 3.
Mrs. E.N. Peck, W. L. U. a,
M, U, Fuller, Librarian.
IllZIt OtVIV AOUS.
t:LTlWOUE.MD., Tub. tt, 1977.
DearSr. Since cera1 jeatnlliave jrtasore
and very palnrnl font. I had some pb)sleians, but
they c u lil n't cure ue. how 1 have heard ot soar
VtUhTlNK n-omalsdr wlio was sick f..r lin
time. and becime all well from jour VEUHINh,
and I went and taught me cne 1h tiled VhUK
TlNti; and alter I had utl ne bottle, 1 lie pains
le!t me, andltlezsn to lital, and then I bought
one other bottle, and o 1 tn e it j ct. I tli ink (liM
lor this rcmcdj and loimclfj Ld wlxtnnr every
iufferer miy i&y ittrntloa to it Ills a bltssmx
SIRS. C. KRAHf. CM V.t Bilt'more Street.
Mr. 11. R Stftevs.
In IS72 jt-ur VfUI'.TINF. waa reccmaitndsd to
me. and, Uldtns to tt.e erFuafii(n of a IriMld, I
cor-Ft i, ted ti lij It At tbe lime I wa fuflerlns
Iiom zencrsl debility and tenounnroMMt'on,
period teed ly rerork and Irregular habit. It
wtndertul Hr:nstln nr und curitire pmierts
reeiunl to fflt-ci mv debil. tated f)teni troai the
flr-t di9-; d i unsr its rn8ier.t n- I rapidly
rrei-rid.:ititi n tr,om thnnuMitl benhh and fi
teelm. h'me then I hatt nt hritated 1 1 tie
VKiRl'lNK my cirt iinqalifipd endorsement, us
hei nU' f-.re and Hiwvrlul uett in pTOUKtin
hodllh and ri-e'urinf the wasttM teiu to ie
lite and -ner?y. Vh'll.TINK is I ha only rned cine
1 lire, uLd as Kd? a 1 1 vc 1 mur txiifct to Cad
bettir. Vi-uri truly,
W. II Ct-ARK,
i;0 Mtnterej Strctt, Atlejijany, Tenn
tiu; itKjiT si'iu.i .iii:iici.i:.
II. K. STETESS
DearSir.'IhiniB'CfTllfy tl at Ihaviurd your
"Bl.od Preparation" in mj famiis l.irfriernl jrs,
and -hink timt f fro'llla c-r Cnkeron Humor,
or Rheun at'c Afleetlorp it cafim 1 1 0 ficelle ; nd
a a blood i tinnVr and tprin; n.cdicii e tt i? the
beet thins 1 hue ever uel. a? A I he u;ed almost
verlhin. I rn chet-rtullj rcetmm nl it to any
one iu nri-d f men a nit-diriue.
Mb. A. A. M.NbMOItE, H Russell ttn. t.
what i iii:iu;i.
" BoSToi, Ft-b. 1.1, 1371.
11. K.biE ei a. Vfi.
l'earfcir, Aboatonejcir cince I f.'und iny-elf
In a frrhle eondition from general dt-bility. Vl-Ut
TINK was t-tronly ifcmmeniled to me bv a friend
who hadbeu much lec fitted hy itiu-e I procured
tbeartlec, and, alter ufinf mrral bt-tile. was
restored to hta'th, ai d cttm-ntioued IU ue I leel
jjitern&i?ut that there is to medicine ruperiorto
it rr thi-i-e eomplaicti lor wh eh it Is eieclatly
prepared, and would cheerlully rrcoromend It to
tlitss who .'eel that they need EimetLio; to relo:e
them to perfect heil.h.
Repectfully jour. I.'. L. rETTl.NGILL,
Hi in of b M. Tettcn'tll A, Co.,
No. i'tbtatottreet, Eostoa.
all havi: iiit.im:i iiiilikt.
Goctr Berwick, Mr Jan. 17, S72
Dear Sir, I hae had dyppepi-ii initi wortt !onn
for the la t ten j earf at,d ha v taken hundreds of
dollars' worth rf nifd.cine Ltliout obta nljitf any
relfe' In ttptemter la-t I ct mmeiiced taking the
VtGETINF, ticco which time my health has
eteadily impiOTed. My fwd diire-ts well and I
have gained liliitn pounds or tlesh. Ihere'are
several others in thi plare taking V FtiEHNE
and a il lure btahud relie'.
VonrtruU. TlHMAS K. MPORF,
Oft-rtt-er tt raid Room, 1'orUmoutb Co. Mills.
II. ft. 5HTi:VES ICosloii, Mum.
V"u'ltnp is So!.! by all lrncclst,
Feb I, MAwtf
To our old frelndd and eu'tomers, and as many
new ones as wilMavor us 1th a call, we would ray
that we aro prepared to futnlbli antliiB? io the
TIN SAP BUCKETS,
Sheet Iron Chimneys,
At prices lower than ever liefure
V' Mill roitliiiup to pity ca.li
fur Hides and Milus.
IIDAI A .IIASUK.
OIne.)mr;b, VX, Jn 19. IS7K wtr
HURE AH ! EURKAH ! !
XUE GREAT QUESTION
The place to liny Carpets
ciicap i at
II, M. HULL'S,
He is prepared to fhow as larce line of
CARP E TINGS
Al ran be found In the State New patterns received
aalkGtaatut. lie aho faaa Lis usual extensive
JFaiicy oud Staple Dry Goods,
A Gne afeortirent of Ilamburshs at remarkably
Gents' aixl Hoys' Clothing,
Ilat, CapH, J toots and ttlioc,
Hardwaro, Cn)ck'iy Drns
and IMcdiciiu, Paints and
Oils, Groceries and I-'Iour.
Also Agents for Pot bins Electlcftup, the best In
the world. W hwlefeale and l.etiil.
Warch2 wtr II. Ji. 11LLU.
New and linproveil Patterns
ADAPTKD TO ALL KINDS OK SOILS.
l'loim, IlnrroifH, Steel-tnotli
VtiltiviitorN, I'otnlo Jlocx,
Shovel' J'loiiv, villi Iron
or btevl JttarfvH, Iron
mul Strel Jlottil brrnjt
er.i. JaiiiiI Itollem,
Sugar Aruli CastiiiKH, Cast
l'cnco J'ost.s, I'oht Ulanls anil
Ueneral .Icili Cnsluis.
(2Tllcpaiita IjD c.n fhort net'e.
II. It. I-Al'lllf l(.
Sbccrpur to K. I'atrJrL & imaii )
Gf Llki&l dltcauot to tbe trifle.
I,. 31.U11 KAY'S
Excelsior & Ex
lliiiL'slmrIi, - - - Vermont
A lo Iealor In
Our Mattrasfies are mdo from the choireBt Ei-
Celaior t.cti.re it Id mipni, kid tltoreiore adtliij
re tlmn t-ne-iiaii io ltd ear.
Be sure aid call uud rte vur block.
New HarnesB Sop.
The ut.tienl-ne1 would leriHWlfulIi Id Tut m the
petp.e vl CLittudeo i'iulI), that be has oj ent-d a
I irm-t l:it IIiiriiM Sliogi, in
fieit dtof to II. XI. Hull? St'ire, w here he will be
gia-l t Sec all hi bid custou.c-' :d mau new
.lOlliN II. A 1. 1. ION.
KUSSEIiL A. COKEY,
llAltO FLI.I.lU'-rO 1I1C
Grim Mill, at Uhiesbiirjih,
And Repaired and I'rQtttd the nine.ofTrs for sale
uais, lurir, wheat an-l t't.rn. Tor .iug
llr.n. bhtrta. CVrn and nil alnds f
O round Ft el eohatatitly on
timid i the lot rire,
t'utom work done lathe best uunaeral short
Hlneafcurjh, Vt , July 9. 1 -wtt
Coffins and Caskets
Ofall fliQn ai d varli ui t-t) lot rrmatanlly on band.
ffew Bbd full fupplj of 1 KIM MINUS. Prictu to
suit the time Tualh Io all our former patr ns,
while we sclic.t further attention F-ilievlns our
twe&t-Hve jeais ei trittice fnatilfs uf to under
ttaul ana meet the naiiti of the putlie.
S. C. CASTIjIS,
March 2 wtf IIIM.sitriti.il, T .
DANl Eli I'ATI.'ICK, ami,
HAM tACTUHl.il UK
CHEESE It OX MS
Custom Siiulnc ami I'laliiinK-
l'.ctall liftlrr ip Jlin and Bgft Wood Lumlicr
March 2-WL' Jlincilmrib, Vt,
IRON IN THE BLOOD
Is XatineV Own Vitalizer.
A protect d Folatton of the Frtdoiide of Iron Is o
rnmbtned as to have the rhararti r ot en ailmi-nt. as
easily dt rPted and atiltiiuatfd with the Mood a1
tli fonip'cFt tood li lrcreji-ea the Unntit of
riaiuro'n own viiiiininir Ami. iron mine imoii,
and cure a thouind ill, timplv hrT&n'nsup,
Inviorntini and Vitaticng th Sicten. The cn
richHi and v.lalizwl bb od pi rrmnTM very part of
me oodv , rfpainpj nanuses ami wasie. learcnms
out morbid tFcretUmx and leains ct'liiin lorois
eae to letd Um.
I'OI! A S1MMXC .MKDICIXK
It Ins no eaual. Mimulatin'? without resclioi,, it-
effects aro n-tHAeiT dlfltring in thl rcpect
in iu an aicoiioi:c lucii'!.
I)yM'-l:i. I4liililv. I.U i r t nni
lilninf, lirnik)', Iironlr Diur
rliirii. Hrrvn AtTrct-
lon-, :lillls uimI Ivmi,
liiiinnr, I.!- t ('4iiilin
lioniil Visir. IViniih
Kit Oil VI Kl.l.-lirWMVH tvuiTi:itr
From Mrs. Mary Franc!, well known as "Marsan-t
BRi-.iiiBANk.l"oo!tock,VtCctober C, IsTC.
Setu V. Fowlb H-fos
Gent Ir men Two i rr arol besran totkethePE
RrtiA Tl I was in a languid. halr alive rttte,
ihrcufb inf'pitnt dj tpepsia and defectire cirruU
t on ol the blood 1 hrre bottles o' the PanrTM
HrFCPrhsnsed this to plow inf. hoard ns health. I
bt fintt aoiiitttA. Miiiml'i and ean wilk
five tniirfl esiy with, ut .rttiiir, or busy ui) self
out ot dot rM dav !nr without fatigue
A Is cousin whit re-'rtea with me, took therup
rurtn; her lecortrj from a fert u il ne oi so-ue
weiks. She ha W n ti.rAlid tor) ear. riTelKittles
oftbeSt rup hae so tutit up hrr sistira tbat she
now eau qune neariii, sep f u ir.u can warn
ihrrn nii'dii fin line w.-at her . withf ut fatirue. 1
contider the med cine s iriialual la to persons of
redentar) pursiut, or to thoi-e wi(n unr nom ian-
U(r or ii w S ir is, i iial l reiaie nn p:rnnaif
tericure of in flVcts to joit, leaviti jou to make
what ue ou vi aeti rar niter.
ours very rejiiecbu'Iy,
ntttii ci i, is. ii. cni,4j rr, i:si.:
Of the Crmof Colgate t Co . Manufacturers of Fla-
Tcrins txtract,21 Ulackstcnc tlrtet. Lofton.
toMERVILLE, Mas., I'cc 6,
Messrs. betbW FwloAtoB.
facntleuitui tJist Soririr m little daughter ssed
Gve.tecann-very much etc seated wifi ,osof an-
I etwe, and pieat prostration oi airensin. m nmtii
so tbat we were obliged io take ht-rcutol fchool.
lh!s contmurd thnuih tin-umuier,and cau-ed us
much anntty. Alter tri ipp various remedies wim
out derit m-r anv hem-El. ur family vhsician rt'-
commended the u-e of I'mu'viai firRt r. After
usmzitone wi-ck we raw unmarked improvement
la the ehlld'i pondttion. and in a mouth lie was
tupidly gaining in health nod ttrrretD. ner ap-nt-titB
liemir excellent. At thli date tho ts Derlect-
y well. wiih round, plump cheeks and ficalthy
color, and liasain aitenling school regularly. 1
consider her retoration t 1 eaiy entirely due to
the TenrTiA bTKrp, and fet tbat I cannot tc
highly recommend it aa tonic.
Very grate ully tcurs.
Cllib. 11. COLUATK.
In pMpand bv bKTU W. OUXE & Nl.SS.
Boston, and sold by dealers general!).
Feb 1, mon.tbut9.wlm
13T11 ANNUAL STATEMENT OF
ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE U. S.,
!! lii'ouilwit.v, IN'.A'.
IIKXIiY I!. IIYDK, ruF-siUKX
Foi: thkYeir ksi'ito I)e f mrei' 31, 131
Amount of Ledger As
sets Jannary 1. 1C7 f 30,41
.en Tlepreciation In
U.8.t.ott. Ittnds.. f7;,lJ23C
Le9s tpeeial Contin
gent Kund tit meet
anv denreclatiou In
value vi Keal k'ftite SifiK.iO
Intrros; and Ilenti. .
Claims by Death a&d
Kndowments $2fCl 127.52
Dividend. urr. al-
ues, and Annuities, -1.HV1 119.21
Dividend on Capital.. 1 UkiTW
Azencies and Commis
sions. ......... ....
ExDeneq and Ext n
pui-hnient ol luture
tinmiorions CC2 012 1 1
btate. County, and
XetCash Ai-eti.Dee.3l. Is". .4jr,SS
Band" and Mortgses J13.723.2I
Ki.il tatetnew Voik and llorldQ.
and tin filiated under lorclusure.... f..2NV 4
tn tti fttiiles btockl 3t--A4l3.17
btate Blocks, und blocks authorized ty
the Laws of the btate of New York. 3.235.0C1
Ixuns ecured by t'n.ted btate. apd
btate ard .Municipal lionds and
Mocks authorized by tbe Law a of
the btate of New Wk l.3,3"
Cush n hand. In banks an 1 tber de
iositane on interest and in trnit
ince rreeived). I,1n.310
Commuted Ctmmiions 103.751.
Ifueirom Agents on Acc't of I'remiuu s 217.1' 17
Interest and Uents du4 and accrued, 391,471
rrimiumj due and in iirorcss of Col
Itction 79 lis 01
Deferred Premium mIsI'ii
Premium on tiold on hand 2 911 tJ
Tefal Asifl. Iter 31, 17 7 33,2SO.oS3.77
loiui Liaoimiei, mciuuin; rencrie
!o remrurjnee of all exitire
Tula! Indhldrd Surplus o.JOU.OOI.;,
OI which heloiUB (a estimated) to
Policies in genorttl el! 3.C10.nS2.:7
Ol wliich Nlon!!S (as estimated I to
Colic esin lontlneclats -J.919 00
Xtw Iluutmt in 1S77, C f fj Poticitt,
iiSKUrtny $.U 712,79 1.
Fmm theundlidd suroius. retersionarv divi
dends will be declared avallab' on nettlement of
ntxt annus 1 premium, tn parlicitutmg podciep.
U. W.PllILLird, 1. tJ. VAIN CIsK, Actuaries
We. the iindertlzttd. havedn iiersonlcirefulU'
examined the accounts, and have coui led and taked
anarouit In detail, of the aet and pnpcilv of
the b cleiy. and nerei) cert)') lal tne loresoiuR
statement thereof and of tho bu'lnes of the tociet
t.Ein.CTO K. IlAit"'LPU, James M. 1!auiii,
lfL8v b Trjinm. IU likt 1 1 it-n,
1 no mas A. Ct Mil
peti tl Cuiiim I tee of (he lb ard
ui in rectors
JAMlv-. W. AI.r-XAM'i.i:, Vice I'ros.dtut
A M tl Kl. liOHR iVV U tin tarj .
H W. t n i t, u( eniiti nd nt of Aitncies.
I he ulMive liun s ure fn w tlie If-ih Aitnual btu'e-
m 'ot 4il tl.M h,ciet j , i pu a ol wiiirn, logetner itn
an) additional ini'Tu ution n aru ng iLerMiciei)
mar I e otitained of
II II COH It Jt Kl'I.I.I.It,
let'S-n.Ui (.rnrrul Auriil,
Is the inott Itcuutifiii wotk of (he kin 1 in the world
It coptuins nearly IK" pises, hundred of line illus
t ratlin, and ir hnnuo latt uf Ftoum, beau
tilutly dratin and colored trim natute. I'rlce. &n
ennis in pHju-r coveri; ji m in rieani cmtn.
Printed !u l rman and - n tlh
Villi's JLI I'HIHAIKD ftlotlHLt M AlaAZIIK.-3-i
pago, lioe lllustr-itli ut. an t CoVred 1'Iate in every
nuinoer. Price tl."-"i n l ear t 1'ne i pies for i' i").
Kk'-t CiTALOij r,Ji Ktutratious, onl) '2ets
AddiefS, J AM lb Vlt'K, Uoihntler. N Y.
OF KVriKY STY LIC.
SI ( I film oj ( very make,
Slrlflm HtroHfflH huill,
Slcljihs Inch fmlslied,
CARRIAGE & SLEIGH
KM POM UM.
.Iu-t .outli til' I lie Van Nc- IIou-c.
1. s. I do not pr.-p ai to be b"atrn in this btate
on (JuaLtit),Wnalitt,or 1'nce.i.nl I guarantee wlut
I r0n It. I. I'.lltlWN.
Itorlinalon, Dec 21, l-T7 wtf
I SAY LOOK!
,1 iirlly. new t!l(l :i ml iher
Wali lics fur l.;iilir-v llnv.-",
an 1 .Men.
i.tnts'anl Lal,.ft'Frarf rim. llll.l.on tnd lla'r
I'halnA. Willi blKlo ami I'm! 1'iiik.
S-oiu- Cllllll'O Sa-ls, !M lllKl
The 11KKT lolin. Uuit.rll.nlu. anl Vluloacllo
blribsi alnaja keiu
j. e. jii:isiiaii.
iioffer IIrotlicri, alto Ibeer) Jb Itrothe r
A I and No. 12 Knife), For It anil tspoon,
Pie Knivc, thild ahniTcatnJ tort?, etc
.iA mi s mohsi-.'.s i:stati:.
STATE OF VERMONT. ) The I Ion. the Probate
To tho heirs and all pcrsocs interertod in the
o-tato ofJatuos Morsj, late of L'urliasb.n, insiid
District, neocat. (litri-Tia.
J II hit EAS, application had been made to this
IT Court in writing, by tho admins rtnr. witii
tlie will anneM of said deceised, pra) ins for licence
and au'hont t sell the real ettate ot sjid dece-ied,
for the jeij ment of del t, and charges of admin
traiion. and t cirry out ilie provision of the
lit will of f.i il iVcei , and set tin; lorth therein,
the tniii unt i f iltht duo from the snid icceisiil,
iho Chiracs of atmioli-tr.itlon, the atnom t ofpei
Fonal ectHte, and the s-tuntin of the real e ate.
UliorctijH-n tho slid Court uipnuted and n
"ignoil Mm f,tli d ly of 91-irrh. A. I. I7,nt tho
I'robito Court r.mi. En slid li-trict. to he.ir.itid
lccidu iihhi p,,il appiii'.itliw ati-l ielition . and r
dcmlputdic itotii-o tliereof to bi gitii to all mri'iin
iitterrMeil tlit-rein, b luibli-lnii mud order to
gether with the time and place ot heinn. three
weeks sucres-difl) . in the Piirlin 'ton Irte Pros, a
ncwrjtxT wliicli circulate in the noii;hliorhiHd ot
thio perwiiJ intiTCi-tid in Slid entile, all wtliih
publication shall 1 prcviou to tho da) arsiiied
Thereiore, jouare hereby notified to appear be
fore iid Court, at tin time and plaeeavi.ji.ed. then
and there in said Court, to g w Ih tolt tho law
d.rcct, for tbe pj)ment of thedtdd., and iharges
of adminitrat!on, and make )our objn-tioii to
the granting fuch licei.!o lf)u eoeaue.
liiven under my bind, at the Probate Court
li'-onn, this lltlid.i) ot rcMinrj, A. D. 1.
3-1 w3w It. r.-IT, Ke.ister.
iKMiAri: iv. 1 1 iitis i:stvti:.
ST ATn OF VERMONT, 1 The Honornble the
To the heirs and all icron interested in tlio est ito
of lloraca N. Curtis, lato of AdaiusviHe, C.ntda,
1 J '11 ERE.VS, application hilli Leon made to this
TT Court in wntin-, liy the adminii'lrator ot
said estate pra) Ing for licence and authority to
sell the real estate of said deceased, iiuludrg
ilie reversion if the ti-io'i dower then in, for the
pi)uent of debts, anl cliArgesif aim notrati m,
and settin; foitli therein tho au.ouiit of deldi due
irnu the iiid diTead, the cbarr" of ndnun.tra.
lion tlie amount of prra iiat e-tatc. and the situ,
ti ui of reals'at.t.
Wliercupoii, tho said Court appointed andnsigncd
tho ind diiyof Alar-h, A. D. Ii7-I, at the l"rohate
Court Rotun. in said D.strict.to bear and Iecidoup
on said application, and jietition, and ordered pub
lie notico thereof to lo given to all peron inter
ested therein by publishing slid order, together
with the time and pljco of heannr.tiirie weeks suc
ceively En the Hurllirrton Free Pres, a newspajr
which circulates in tho tieihtK.rh'i-l of thue
jiermns interested in said estate, all which iut
lications fhall I e prctlous to tho da aligned for
Therefore, j on aro hereby notified to appcir be
fore said Court at the time and place aligned, then
and therein said Ci urt. to iite b nd a thtilaw
dirtrts lor t lie pa)iuent of tbe dtlit. thireif
adminiiration. and make )our oojecrioiiS to
tbo granting such licen-c. If ) oti fee ciu-e.
(ivcn under mv band at tho Probate Court
Pkoom. thlsl'tb day or l-ohruarj. A. M. l7-t.
SlwJw It. S. TAFT, Register.
fiii:hi:uich ii. iiaiii:s i:tati:.
STATE OF VERMONT, To all persona con
ditrict of rninrtDM. us. JfFre" rkVr.
Ware, late of tVilliston. In saiil I) strict, deceased,
At a Prolate Court Imlden at Uurlinston. within
and for tbe District of Chittenden, on tho 5th day of
lebruirv, A.D. I', an Instrument purpottingtole
the lat 1 hi and Testament o t-reticnck II. ware,
late ol Wllli-don, in said District, deceased, was
presented to tho Court aforesaid, for Probate; and
it is ordered by said Court that the V7ih day ol
Fehruart.A.D. IS7-. at tho Probate Court Room
in said Iiurlington. be assigned for proving said
Instrument; and that notice thereof be given to all
perons concerned, by publishing this order three
weeks succtsivly In the Hurlintin Free Pres'. a
newspaper printed at said Lurlint n. pretiouato
the time appointed.
Therefure ) ou are herei mdilled to appear bciore
said Court, at tho time and place aiVrcFa.d, and
contest the probate of said will, it ) ou have cau-'.
tiiven under my html, at Hurl Hilton, in said D -tnct.
this 5th da) of ret ruarj , A. I.
X3w R, 8. TAFT, Register.
i i'ii:ij noivi: iit.s i.stati:.
STATE OF VER.MONT, 1 To all peron con
late of !Iinebur;h, in paid Diitrict. decea-eil,
At a rrobite Court bolden at Iiurlington. with n
and for the District of Chittenden, on tho Jth day of
ehruai),A. D. 137-s, an Instrument. puriMirting to
be the l.it Will andTetamnt. of 1'muel tinrdjear,
late of Hi nei- burgh, in said District, dwi-ed, was
firesenteit to the Court aforexa'd, for I'rohate. and it
i ordered by Eaid Court that the 27th day of tebru
ary. A. D. 1ST-, at tne Probate Court Room in 6a id
Burlington, be aligned for protin said Instru
ment i and that notice thcreol be gnen to all per
son concerned, by publishing this order three weeks
succesaively in tlio iturlin'ton Freo Pre, a news
piper printed at raid Rurlington, preiious to the
Thereiore, )ouaro hereby not fied to appear be
fore said Court, at tho time and daco aforesaid, and
contest the probate of said will, if ou have caue.
(iten under my hand at LurIinrton, in said
District, this 5th day of Itbruarv, A.D. I-C-.
33wjw IL S. TA IT, Register.
SALOUi: MKO.Mi'S JISTATl!.
STATE OF VERMONT To all 1-ersons con
Charlotte, in said D.strict, dkceased,
At a Frobfto Court hidden at Durlmtun. within
and for tbe District of Chittenden, on the Snd nay oi
February, A. D. I-s, an Iiftrurncut. jurporfng
to be the last Uill and letHment of akme
btroig, Uto of Charlotte, In said Di-titt, ue
ceacd, was .resented tt the Court aforesaid, tor
Probate, and it is ordered by said Court that the teili
day of rbruary, A. D. I nS, at the Probate Court
Rooms iu said Iiurlington, be aligned for protlng
tUid Instrument ; and that notice tliereof le given
to all jiersous concerned by publishing this order
three weeks FUCcvsnitely iu the rurlingtiu Weekly
tree Pres, a iiewpajivr printed at sud Curling
ton, previous to the t me apointeil.
Therefore, ou arehereb) notiheil to appear lielore
said Court, at the time and place aTi-reaid, and (Mu
test tho probate of slid will, if )ou hato cause.
Uiven under my lii&d at Rurlingtun in said Dis
trict, this SLd day of Kbruary, A. D. Ifl.
3JJw It. S. TAtT, !Ulter.
JOSKIMI M1I1S-II ISTATi:.
-TE, THE MTCRIIlER', having been P
IT I'ointcl by the Honorable the Probste Court
for the D.strictof Chittenden, Commissioners tit re
ceive, examine and adjust the claims and demands ol
all persons, aiaiit the t'tate of Jotsepli Marih,
late of llinejlur;li, in said district, deceaseil,
and also all claim ami demands exhibited
In olT-et thento ; and six months from the day ol
the date hereof, 1-eing allowed by said Court for that
purjiose.we do thert-loro herehy ivo notice, that we
Hill attend to the hus.ness ot our appMntiiuut, at
the dwell.ng houo of rred Mjrtii. ol Jliiiefhurph,
in said District, on tho fourth Thuitday of 1-ttnu
ary and June neit, at 10 o'clock a.m., on cacjj of
said da) s.
Dated thi23 h dav of January, A. D. 1S7'.
J. F MILrV. 1
i: II. lhrl. Commissioners.
NJULE S. PARTC1I.)
Iil.lC COAT'S lTATi:.
liTE, THE Sl'RSCRinEIS, having been ap-
pointed ) the Honorable the Probate Cour.
for the District of Chittenden, Commissioners to re
ceiie, examine and adjust therlaim and demand ot
all persons, against the e-tate id HiiT Coat,
lata of Coichepter, Id Slid district, ilecejscl, and
also all claims and drmand exhibited in otl'et
thertto; and six months trom tho day of the date
hereof, being allow eit by said Court for that purjio-e,
we do therefore hereb) gito notice, that we wilt
attend to tho buiinc or our appointment, at the
oILcstf K. F Urowuell.in Hurl ujlon, in said
Di.-trict, on the third Viednesdats ot March and
Jult nest, at Hi o'clnck A.M.. ou each ot ca!ddj)S.
Dstodthis 4tb day of lehruary, A. i.
ALHEKT U. I'll.UCK, ( .lnth,i()neM
II. W. CARPENTER i 1 'J"
IN the District Court ol the United Mates, ft r the
D.strict of Vermont. In the matter ct Alfred
Keirh. Bankrupt.- In ltaukruptc)
This ii t-ijt'VO notice that the (Cotd and third
1:1 neral meeiirgs of the crtd'tors of the a'oreaid
Rankruit, hate hern ordered by laid Cturt to be
bcl-l at Hurt ngton. m said Iutrift. on the Atb day
of Fehruar),A D I7S. at IU o'c'ock A. M., at the
t flice or L. L. Lawrencr, cne of tie Register in
lt.nhruptey, in rail District, for tlie purpofe-
named m tbe i7th and Sth beclioiis of the Hank
rupt Act of March 2m), In'.,', nnd that I have tiled
my hull account ni A$lt nee of the otate of raid
ttankrupr. In fa'd Ci urt, uu 1 that at the time nnd
place uhovo nam id 1 thill apply to fu.d Ci urt for
eltleni ut of my a d aeetuut, and !or a do-charge
from all lability as assignee of and ettte. In
accordanca with the prot is onof said'.th Section
oftheUaiikruolAct or Manh '2nd. W7.
Dattd at Mieldon,in said histrlit, t a ttli dnj of
1,1.-.' utld.U4wUt UM . OREEN, Assignee.
IN the Dutriot Court of the Fulled Mates r..r the
jn-trict of V t rmont. In Ke. Haoon, Rannev a
Co.. lUnkrupU. In Rjiitruplct. No. f.17. Dt
trict of ermunt, .
bir -N tica is hereby given that a Ktitioti ha
len filed In said Court, by J hn It icon. t.eor;e
Hini.i'i. t 'ran fold liannet ai.d hdnttrd M Ide. of
bt. Jonnsour), in tai i I'l.iriei.uuiy ciartu iuo
ruiiin um'er tLe Ait oi Lousressoi lurcit jh. im. ,
fur a d sclia riie and cert licate I hereof fr, ui all
their Individual und co partuership rtebtaaud other
rl.iiii uroratile nnd r smd Act. and that llie-Ath
day of Feb , 1-7S, at 9 oVloca u. in., before the Hon.
no) l il. tt neeier. ju xu oi miiiiuuii,iii uio u.o.
Court Rooms it Huftinitou. fa awiftied lor the
heinngol the same, when and where all creditors
who have proved thir debts, and otner pratiisln
liiterent, may attend mid hw riue it anv they
have wh) the prti)tr t f ui I )etitbn sbojl.l nut tie
Patid ut Burlington, on the th dat of January
11. II C31 LLI.. Clerk
Atificr. i.v niniiittrrTCi
rpIIISlstogite notUe, that on theM.Ii dit of
1 febiuir), A.D. Isrc.a warraut in Binkruotey
was isucit agaiiiFt tbeistateil VMIliiw J'oran,
of bt. Album, in the county of trauklm. and
fetate iI Vermont, who ha be n a-liudired a Ifauk
run on Iilseieililnrv )tillon. inai ine pu)meui oi
aut nnoia an l uriitert oi anv iiti ii-iii n-uu
tocaid lUnkrupt, to Imu. or br lnsue, and the
tranrfr oi any roirrl) by bun. are '"(bidden by
liw that at a mfeting of the eredilora of sal I bank
rupt, to prom th-ir debts, ard to choose one or
lot re afSlgi.eeS ol hif rtatn, will be held at a Court
ii rank mote i- t im i,-nit n ai irie iiiceo: la. u
LawMore, hn, In Bur ing'on, iu Ilie c unt) of
I bitteioleu uik Mate m Vermont be'oru L L.
I.irtur. Iv-(., Ktsicter.on the iiili la oil el
ruatr, j, 1 1. ih m y 0-e, vw a, h
(11 o C. FltiTKR,
Lbitid btutus M irshiil. an Mer-iett'cr.
MILS Is to give notice, tlmt on tli J,lUt!
1 Januar) a D. l7! a Warrant in Baithniptc)
was isr-urd a it Jill 1 1 ! i -late id Ji-ie muli .11 It-haiu
ol the Villas ot Witiooakl in the ln t t'otrhesii r
in inncouiii) ol . Itittei oi-u ai.o. rum oi rruioui,
who hau Iran a.ijj.leil a BnArupt in h 9 owo
lri iii-u ilia i lite i.)Uipiioi J urim ami uu.
Inert of ant i.r, nerit lfbn-iiiit tofad Pnnkiiiot.
to li'iu.or br lua use. n.l the tfaii'Ier tf ait H'oo
crt) l) hhii.aretothohlenh) law thtt a mfl'm;
ot the credit -r-- nfsaid Itankruvt. to prote their
debts, and In , hooe ne or none as-lsoee of hi
et4U, will hn hr-ld at a C Uit of It inkrupte) to In
holdfii at tno tfineot L L t-awrtrre in
liuilnigton hi Hie count) ot I hilteli'leti and hi, to
ruiuot. bt-l.irn l. I.. I awn nee t-s. , Ki'sittr.
n the tstli iluy ui FoItuii) A. I. 17-, at l
'clock a. m (IMHlllh P t-Obl hK,
t'n'.led btatei Maltha I, n Mnnt ner.
nlbntlCr OP Vr RMONT, MS - At lllni'aburgh,
t .on the IJihdav ui I hi unr , A. I I'
I he ut d rr-ii.e 1 heiebt sites lotue ol hid ap
poiiituieiit a" AMInee of I' J M in pli) , ot im-s-l.ur;h.
In t hit't loltii tountj , and M ite i f eruioi.t,
withiu haul distrkt, who bus hotnu jul;ed a
llinkrupt, u his own petition ht the D it bt
Corn! ot (am I'Htrtct.
UwJw JOHN V Mil E.Asi-i.ee.
1 ISTRUT K VERMONT, bb. -AtbheMon. t
A ou the 2nd da) .,f hehru-ir), A. D. Ii..
The undersiiEiitHl herel.) jjuos t o'ce ol Ins ap
point ment as Axignen of biinui I B. t.rt n, ol Mir I
don. iu the count) ot t rank tin and btate
of Vermont, withni a id Histnci, who ha leen
adjudged i Bankiupt upon Ids treditur pe
tition, b) the Distilct Ciunof hmoI I if t net
JOHN f'KAl hlt
34w?w sslgnee of Samuel B. Utrji n
KoTin: ix itAiHnriTcv.
rpillS it to give hoti-e. that on the 4th day of
I Ifbruar) A D. 1578. a warrant in Rankrui tcy
wa Issued uxinH theeMate f.r UjHiatu B.DmI n,
of Franklin. In the rrvnty of Iranklin, and Mtte
of Vtrnuat, wao has beet adjudged a Bankrupt on
his own petition tint the pi) inert of any
dehts and diliiery f any j ropi rty lielonsins to
said Bankrupt, to bin, or for bis us, and the
traus'er of any proper!) b) him. are forbid ten by
liw that a meeting of the creditir ofiaidlSaok
rnp", to i rov tin Ir debt and tnchorFconeor mure
assirniesor hi et.if will bo bId at a Court of
H.inkruptry.t 1 e b- Men at the Hotel cf K ti.KIm
bill.in FiMslursh r:i In the county ot Franklin
and Mate ol Venuopt Iiefore Ji Im L Kd wards.
itexistir iin lite 31 day o' Vareb, A. D IS 8.
Ink s.m (JF,n p. FtMTFU.
United Mates Marshal, asMessenuer.
aotii'i: i itiHitci"i nr.
IN the Di trict Court of tint Cn! ed States, ft r tne
ld-irictorVtrmont. In the nutter ol Norman
K. Rider, Panktiipt. To the creditors of inld
Bankrupt, aid all others whom it may concern.
The undefi:nM Assignee of the ertbtn of said
Binkruot. rey ittis notice that it lias been
ordered bv the ldtr e Court ol said D trict, that
the second an I ihird gereral tnn Imp; f the credi
tors of iuM Bink-upT. be held in Middhhury. t
infu'd DistrhM, on theSTith dtyo February. A. D.
l57-.at lOoVb-lv A. M . at the ilh.e of Stewart
4 Wdridic, bf f re IV V.. Veaie), Rehd-r In
Itankruitcy. tor tbe purpose ntmed in Section
rij add r.tcf.of the Btvh-ed Matutes of the I'm ted
State, and th'. is also to cite notice tli- I hate
hied my hnal account a A'sisnee of sail Bankrupt,
and at tad time and place 1 t-hail apolvtosntl
Court for settlement of said account an 1 lor a dis
ctnrge from n 1 liability as Aft-irreei f said estate
Ii accord, tee with the provisions of said 5,th
Dated at Middlebury. in said District, this 4th
dav of rebruary, A. D. 187-1
33w3tv J. L. BUTTOLPP.Assfcncj.
ftOTICi: I TV It 7k It Itl'I'TC V.
rpiUS i to give notice. That on the 21th day of
Jl January A.D. l7-4, a Warrant 'n llankruprry
wa. lue. against the estate of Frank Carter of
Waletf-.rd in i. county of 1'aledobia and State of
Vermont, who biateen adjudtd a Bmkrupt (n
b'own ttitlon that the pa)ment et any debts
and ditivcry of any pnperty belorging to said
Bankrupt, to hiin.or lor ids ue. and the transfer
of an) prope'tt bv btm, are frbI1dn by Ia
tint at a mertiu; ift'.e creditors ot sail Bank
rupt to prove thtlr debts, and to choose one or
mi re iiriinrea of his ehtsto. will le held at a Court
of Bunkruptrv. to l hold n at the flice of Hi-ha
Stay. Iutt Johnrbury. in the count) rCaledona.
and Mate ot crinniit, Infure A.l'Lderwood L-q.,
Kegl-ter.oii the l-.h iay of lebruarv A. D W-,
at I oV .ck . m. tit-OIIOK P. JOSTl-R.
L'blttd btat'S Martlia I, as.Meeener.
Aimci: it ii iMiitri'Tcv.
riMIISi to give notice, thaton the ?th dayof
I Jnury A- D. !C,", a Warrant In Bankraptcy
W33is-tied uaini'ttho estate or L. L. Dutcher
SonotM. Atbin in the county of 1 rmiklm and
b'ateof Vermont, who hive hetn adjudged Hank-rup-son
theironn petlt'rn that the pu ment cf
ant dents and the oelivery n! any prreity be
longing to sad Bankrupt to them, or for their use,
and the transfer ' any property by them, are lor
biddeti b) law that a melting of the creditors of
sa t Bankrupts, to prove their Mu, and to choose
one fr mote acsinecs of their estate, will be held
at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holdec at tbe office
if L L Liwrenre ttq, to I'-urP niton In tbe
county of 1 hittt nden, and State of Vermont be
fore L I- Lawrence ln Register, on the 19tli
da it Icbruary, A. D. 1-7. at s o'clock p. m.
(il-OKOE P. FOSTER,
Cnited Mates Marshal, as Messr njrer.
NOTlCi: IX IIAKIHTTCV.
rplHS is to give notice, that on the 2nd day of
1 February A. I. Kit, a Warrant in BanVruptcy
waI!uld uramst the estate of cbauvin A. Kctley
of Burlington in the county of Chittenden and Mite
of e rinont, w bo hat o been adjudged Bankrupts on
their own petition : tbat the pa) ment ofan debt
and delivery of an) property bclmising said
Ban r rupt j to them, or lor their use, and the trans
fer of any propei t by them, are forbidden by law;
that a meeting of the creditors of tald Bankrupts,
to prote their drcM and to choose one or more as
signees ot their estate, w.ll be held at a t'&urtof
BankruDtcy. to be hollen at tbe cflice of L. L. Lnw
rei.ee, Eiq. In Barlmston, In tbe county of Chit
tenden, and Mate of Vermont, before L. L. Liw
recce esq., Regi-tt r, on the iiCih dav ot February,
A.D.H.'d.atltto'clocka m. UKO. P. FOSIER.
I'nittd Mates Marshal, as Messenger.
AtiTiri, ir iiiJ4inrTcv.
rpllHis to give notice, that on the tth dayof
Jrebruiry a. D. h:s, a Warrant in BankruutC)
wt Lsued aKatnst the estata of I, J Crow lev it Co
ofbt Albans in the cunt) oflranLlin and btate
.f Veru-ont. who hare hern adjudged Bankrupts
cn their own petition that the pat ment o! any
debts nod delltrr of any property bt-longmg to
-aid Bankrupts. to them, or for their use. and the
transferor any pr.pert. by them, are forbidden by
law that a meeiing ol the creditois f (aid Bank
rupts, to prove their del t. and tochooe one or
more a:ignees cf their ehtite. will tie held ata
Court or Bankruptcy, to le hidden at thetffieeot
I.L.Lawrecco Li-q la Burlington, in the county
otChitteDicn, and Mate of Vermont, lielore L. L.
Liwrcr.ce li-, Rister,on the'.Ttli day cf Feb
ruiry A. l. I-nS, at to o'clock a- m.
UtrCRtiK P. Fl'STErt,
1'iutcd t ttes Marshal, as Messenger.
.MTI(i;i. ItlMilll l'TCV.
ri'HSi-t3 gltenftice. thltonthe 29th day of
I January A, D. Kd.a Warrant In Bankruptcy
was issued azamst the estate t f Km ch B. Whiting
ofbt, Altansln the ci unt) of ranklin ardbtate
of Verm nr.tbo has been adjure! a Bankrupt, cn
Lioun iietit on. that the pa) u-ent cf any debt
anddeliver) of any prcpsrty balonglrg lu naid
Bankrupt, tolum, i r lir liis u-e, and the trans.'er
ol an) propet tt by him. are forbid i leu by liw: that
a meeting o: tlie creditors of laid Bankrupt, to
prove toe r debt, andtochoore fctie or more as
signees of Mj estate, will be held at a Court of
Bankruptc). to te holien at the office of L. L.
Lawretice Kq. in Burilnjf tou la tho ciunty of
Chitte den. uud State of Vermont, be 'ore L. L.
Lawrence M-q . Be'trter, on the 2uth day of Feb
ruary A. D. 1-73, at 2o clock p. m. Ii UK P. DOS TER,
1'uited States Marthal, as Messenger.
3-1 3 w
I A HAlt HICTt V
IN the District Court o; thi Inited State for tbe
District of Vermont In Re. B. Krank Wiffxins.
bankrupt In BatArupt-y. to. 6.3. Dit trict of
Mr hotice is hereby given that a petition hh
been tiled in said Ci urt, by B 1-iank tMggins.oc
Barton, in laid District, duly declared a bankrupt
under the Act of C ngres if March 2d, l-67, lor a
disrharge and certificate thereof, from all his debts
and other claim provable under said Act, and that
the yoth d iv of Feb , 1573. at 9 o'clock a. m before
the Hon Hojt H. Wrce.cr, Judge of eaid Court, at
the U. b. itourt Rooms in Burlington. Is assigned
for Ihe bearing or the same, when anl where til!
credm rs wLo hive proved their debts, and other
persons In inteiest, may atlond land show cauce if
any they have why tbe pra)er of said petition
bhould not be zrantcd
Dated at Burlington, on the 3Jth day of January,
33w3w B. 11 SVALLEV.CIerv.
1 ." II 1 rv K It V I'TC V.
IN the District Court of the Cnited Mates, f-r the
District of Vermont. In the nutter of Fred.
.1. Daw. Bankrupt, in Bankruptcy. Ihis is to
give )ou Lotice that, by order ot the Court, a
"econd and third gtneral meeting of th creditors
of ta d BaLkrupt. will I e held on the eleventh Cu)
of Marb.A. IK at o'clock A.M., at tho office
ot John I- Ldnards Fa, In tewpoit. In tbe
couuti of Orleans, and btate of Vtr Lont, before
John L. dward. Esq., one of tbe Registers in
Bankruptcy of raid t ourt, fur Hie purp nes djioM
In the VJih and Will eec'b n or the Bankrupt Act
of .March Sod. A. D 197$, and that I have tiled nir
lioa! ai unts as Assignee of the estate of said
Bankrupt atd that at the t me ml p'tce af resaid,
1 shall uppl) to fuld Court for the settlement ol my
said account. ULd lor a discharge from ail Lability
as Assignee ut said estate, in accordance wi:hthe
provisions of the 2Mb section of raid Act.
hew port, Ftbnury 2d. A. l 157-.
33w3w W. D. CRANE. Aslnei.
IN the District Court of the I'&ited States, for
tbe District or V rmont. la the mat'er of
M)ron Paige. Bankrupt
To tbe end iters or raid Bankrupt, and all others
whom it may concern Ihe undersigned assignee
of the estate of sa:d Bankrupt hereby site notice
that it has I urn ordt red by the distr ct court of
tu'd dit-trb't. that the second and third general
meetmiot the creditors ui sa d bankrupt le held
attheitlu'ecfetenartik Eldrtdge. in Mnldltburr
In said District, i n the SMli da) of lebruary. A D.
H79, at Hi oVIock a. m- t'ore V. tl. Veazev. Reg
ister in Bnknipct), for the purposes cannd In
the 27th and -J'Xh sections of tlie Bankrupt Act.i
March .'nl. v7, and tbisisalo t pive notice that
IhatefJed mv final account, as Asaixnee of said
Bankrupt, and that at mid Hire and pla e I shall
apply to said Court for the settlement of said ac
count, and lor a disclurge from all liability as as
s gnee of said estate, Ii acco dance with the p o
vii"onof amdy-dh section.
Dated at Mi.hllebiiry, in raid District, thi Mil
uaj oi reiiruar), in1.
3w3w I D. TUIIClll.LL Assignee.
i. it i mtci'Tt v.
1 N the District Court of the United Stales ft r the
1 Dibtiictof ermont. la Re. How in Ih Haskell.
lUnkruoL In RaukiuMfv. No. C9-t. Diittiiil
ol t eimout. s.
Mi: Ni tico is hereby slveu that a petition ba
been Llrd in sail Court. b hdwiu D. Hai-Lell,o,
I'alais. tn aaid District duly declared a bankrupt
umb r the Act of Congrej ci March '.M, IW.7, for a
diti-hirpe a in! certilicite thereof, :rom all bid debt
and oilier claims provable undt-rsaid Act, and tbat
the-Juhdayof lib., ?7S, at o'clock a m., before
l tie lion. iio)t li. ttneenr, Jungeoi saiil lourt at
the I. S. Court Booms In Burllo'ton. Isassi'neil
lor the hearing t f ihe same, w hen and where all
creditors who have proved their debts, and other
person la interest, may attend and tbiwcaueif
anyimey tiave wtiy the pra)er ol saui petition
anon u not oe frianieii.
Diteil at Biirlliijcton, ou tbo 1th day of February
.133w B. B.SM ALLEY, Cbrk
IN II INliltri'TCV.
IN the Diftriet Court of the Cnited SUte for the
I Oirtnct or ermut 11 Ke. Ilenrv P. Ducloi
Bankrupt.ln Bankruptcy. .No 77. District of
Notice is Hereby elt en that a uetllioa hit ben
C'ed In sud Couit. bv Hmrt P. Ducloi. ofbt.
Albans. Iu said Di&liict.duly d clared a bankrupt
unut-r ii.e aci oi ii.Dgren oi Biarcu i"n, ior a
discharge and ct r ilicate there.it, from all his debts
and other ca'in provaMe uiMer stht Act, and that
tharthdatof lebruary, K-t. at 9 o'clock a. m..
lie'ore the lb n. lJo)tll. vtheeler, Jude ot said
Court, at the t b. Court Runt, In Burliniiton, i
a"i jtiiixI fir the hearing of the same, when and
where all creditor? who hate i -roved theirdcb's
andothir nersoni in iiuerest. mat attend aud nhow
cueifaiiy they hate why tbe pra)er of Bald
I etui, it kh uld cot tie irranli.l.
Dated at Buriingtoo, tu theJutb da) of Januar),
B. B SMALL!- V Clerk.
IliTRICT tiF E RMONT, 83 U Barton,
l r i., i ne iinuuy oi root airy, a.i.
The undersigneil hereb) gites notice u( hit a
pointmtiit as Ai!Uo of William Aiders-in.
lattoii. in the count v of Orleans, and Slate of t
umiit. withiu Slid Oitrlct, who has berii adjudged
a iiankrupt upon tits own petltioii, o) the ins
trict Couitof sud Dsirii-t.
Jlw it DA N I KL BFCIIANAV. Assignee.
FaVli.1l FOR S'AIaU.
f 1 HIE place kuown as the Maginn Farm, sltnatod
1 iu the luwn 1 1 Mieliiurii, 1 1 milts from Bur
linnti-n. J miles Iroin Mmlt-uru IVnot Bud farm
enntaiii l" acres of land suitahl) divided lulu
uniwinir. oai1! urate ami til Use. I licte la on said
farm a thrill) )oung a) pie orchard of 'Jnotiee,
a euiar orchunl. ta tieis. 'the farm Is well
fenced and the building are all in rotHt rep r at.d
miotl) nuw, Ci nuM'tig of a k,mhI house, horse barn,
h.igpen. eirti bam, cillle larn tfiH .it, which will
la M e ;i nean oi eitiie, ano a turno nHt mini
'I here is tn ter lulling water at the lnue au I turn
)ard. Iheie i on the latin .'1 cows, I lull. I will
II the sail in mi, together wini tne stock ami
farming to-I, for the sum of Jijon a rei.onable
ii oani u wn aioi me resi i d lime, ror luituer
rtli-ulira i all on or ad ires.
rehstiwj.w JOHN khl.Li , Shelburn t.
i ) ( n "r i ; k s u r kk k i Ma
USE FOSb'J VrRMt'NI CATMUtll REMKDV,
eml-rsed b) the ino-t euihitnt I'll) mcian-.
Protestor and beieiil'fie Mm ol Ihe dat . lor ht ing
theUBlCatarihltem dt iu the worbi M.inulaeturea
and lor sale In i- us , l'li r i , I I.,
to whom all i rdiM should be addresprd.
Iial iovri, 'iieents ttat bjr a ail on receipt
of price For tale by all DruggMi. DeC2l,Vwy j
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE.
IT li a lart that can be substantiated by the most
respectable testimonials eier nttrred la favor tf
any proprietary medicine, that the Radical Cubk fok
Catarrh does la etery ca.se atlord Inntunt and per
manent relief. Nomatti rofhow loniretandinif.or how
severe the disease, tlie ikrnt dose elves inch et ideacc of
Its value In tlie treatment of Catarrhal ai!ctloT a that
confidence la at once fi It In Its nhillty to do alt that 13
claimed for It. The testimony of pbt wclans.drucglnts,
and pati-nt3 U nnanlmnua Ir. this respect, and the ac
cumulatln evldeuro U In point of rt" pec lability inpe
rlor to anyever before obtained In fator of a popular
remedy Tho proprietors, therefore, may jimtir feet
proud of the position the Radical Cc&x ba attained,
aud believe It worthy of IU reputation.
10 YEARS A SUFFERER.
From Hor..TheoP. Eogert, Bristol, R. I.
Messrs. Weiks & POTTrn- f-ntltmtn, Feeling
thorouKhly convinced or thn efrleacy of Sakfoed'
Radical lcbk for i-atabeu, Iain Induced to drop you
a line to say that although 1 lute bceu sceptical ot all
tho nostrum ndvt rtiaeT n "radical cnrti," I have
never fuund anything that promUea such relief and
ultimata cure aa that of Sanfokd'b.
1 have been afflicted with ttm dreadful disease for
more than ten years, and not until recently could 1
be Induced to persevere with any until I read the Inter
of Mr. IIesry Wilis), and can truthfully say that after
using live or six bottles I nm thoroughly convinced of
It curative properties. Hoping tint others similarly
afflicted like mjaelf will he Induced to make the trial,
1 am, gentlemen, t cry truly, etc.
THEO. P. BOOEET.
BatsTOU K.U July 21, 1377
Snchaa Sore. W'at.In3iinejl,Ri'd, and Watery Eyefit
I'lcemtion and lailanunAtMn of the Ear; lUniring
Koiaea in the Head; Soro Throat - tl on git Ion of tho
Uvula and Swelled To! -i l; Ncrvou lleiidache.X" n
ralirla. lurzlncs, llonJid Memory, Loa of Nervous
I-orce. loireiioa of Spirit, are all carefully and
selcntlflcally treated with thla remedy according to
dirertlons which arcompiny etch hot tie, or WU1 be
mailed to any add re- on n celpt of atimp.
1- ach parkaire contains Or. Sanf.'rd'a Improved Ia
ballnir Tnbe. with full dirertlons for uo In all cases,
l'rlce jti. bold hv alt W holesale nnd Retail Dm rjrlBts
thronchout the L'nlted St it pa and ( anadas. WEEK-) &
i'OTrhU. General Afent and Wholesale DruglBto,
AlTords the most rgmirfal relief Iu Eheama
tUm, AVeak Spine. I.iwtaI I'alna, NVrrou AC
ffctioius, Ixir.U Uheutiiutlsm.TIc; Doulourenx,
rvou4 PuId, AtTcitlcitJ of the Kidneys,
Fractured Kiln, ARVctiuna ufthe Cheiit, Cold 3
aud Cou;h. InJurle- of the Hack. StraliU
and Itrulsea, W't ali. Hack, Sen om pain of tht
ltowel. Cramp In tlio Stomach and Limbs,
Heart AiTWilon-, Knlaretl Spleen, U raises
and Cuiicturen, KheuinatUm of the 'WrUttt
and Anns, Afthiua, iiut. Local nnd Deep
teated l'alnt, 1'alu IutLChent, Stitch In the
lluk, Cain In the 111. Varlcoae or EuLirtnl
Velnj, Critk lit tl.o lbrk and Xeck, Pain and
Weakuc4 in Sldonnd I2.L, Ilotrseaesw.Soro
Throat, Lmubargo, Wlioopln Cough, Sharp
Palna In tho Itrvaf Umrt XIaeaaev ulny,
IlaIetC4, aud for Lameness In any part cf tho
Irl4 2."5 Contw.
Ask for COLLINS VOLTAIC PLASTER.
Sold by all W holcaale nnd Itetall DruggidU
throaghoat tho United States and CanadaA.
and by WEE ICS St POTTER, lraprietors,
UENKY II. DAVIS,
Union Ulnok, KurKugton. Vt.,
Rooks, hlatiourr)'. O nines, Ar
tisls' SntcriaN, Tuncy doniN,
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po-t paid. Anents'outtit lik'
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paid. J.H. HlbTL., INaai.N, ,-Au J, Wly
AGENTS WANTED IN EVESY TOWN.
4:1 ?on Strost,
Dec H ' ly
Itnited States Uocrt. At the coming
tfrtu uf the United States Circuit and Dis
trict Court, lion. liojt II. Wheeler pre
sidlni?, which commences) iti seiona ia
tbn city on Tuesday, February 6th, a
number of important cases lure been matk
ed ijr trial, amon irbicb wo note the fol
lowing : Prentiss; t. Gates is a suit involv
ing the title to the cotton mill at the Falls
out of whose bankruptcy such intricate
legal questions have grown. Stuwell
against Hal lard is aj-uit' remarkable in it
character, fur this latitude, at lent. Itw
a uii for professional rnalpractice brought
by U.C Sr.mel!, formerly of thii city
but now ot tVnnylrania, against Henry
UillarJ, of this city, for arffice alleged
tu haTe been given in htnwell divorce suit
aain-t his wife. Alien vs. Drew isapuit
brought hy the plaintiff, an alleged fraudu
lent bankrupt who itas for some timp con
fined in jil in this city, ai;aint Sheriff
Drew for fal3 impri-onment. The remain
hit- law cats are as follows: Neveux vs.
Tho American Popular Life Insurance Com
p.any ; .McCarthy va. Csntral Vermont Rail
road Company: Uriu'lutn vs Ilojtifc Day;
National Union Hank v. Taylor; Fir-t N
tionI IEink of North Itdnnint in vs. Town
of l.unin";ton (another branch of the fa
mous railroad bond litisatioti); Gntas vs.
Wincoki L and V. Power Company ;
Linsley ys Courtney and MeCormick ; and
Kczr vs. Lliian & Co. Tho chan
cery ca-es are : Ken-selacr and Sir
atoa Railroad Company vs Benning
ton and Rutland Railroad Company ;
Uurdett vk. E-tey et als. (the famous pttent
ca'-e, to which wc have already referred);
Benton v. Allin & Ueywood ; Citizen Na
tional Bank v. Culvur ct at.; IJ rooks et
ai. vs. tho Central Vermont Riilroad Com
pany et aN. (which, however, it i- under
stood will not be beard thi- term): Attvood
vs Kittell et aK; Weeks vs. Incoming In
u ran co Company ; Stone v Peirce.
Most of the ca-ica are ot unuuat import
ance, involving; many thou- anas of dollars.
John F. Henry's Failure. At the last
meeting of the creditors ol the suspended
firm of John F Henry & Cj., a report was
submitted to tho creditors which was adopt
ed, showing that tho firm started fir-t in
Octobzr, 1S73, with an ostensible capital of
$025,000; that it has cono on from tbat
time to January 1st. 1378, without makin
a dollar of profit, but on tho contrary, ab
sorbed in expenses and losses the amount of
the capital, and accumulated, be-ide, its
present enormous load of liabilies. The
assets of tho firm amount to 350.455, and
the liabilities i?Ql,0G9. In view of all lacta
obtained", it was tbouuht tho firm's offer of
30 per cent could only be paid by running
the trade marks in the interests of tbe
creditors. By winding up the general busi
ness of the firm forthwith and realizing as
much as possible from its assets, and by tho
sale and manufacture ot their proprietary
article-, it wad thougnt the firm would be
enabled to pay 37 per cent of tbe
liabilities; 10 cents cah, 5 cents
six months, 10 cents in twelve months.
5 cents in eighteen month, and
74 cents in twenty-four months, due
performance to be secured by as-ioment
in trut of tbe trade mark-, proprietary
rights and recipes. The creditors number
over 000. ine personal liaoiuties ol -ir.
Henry are about 29,000. His aasets are
nominally 8,000. The personal liabilities
of Theodore Cuiran aro about $25,300 and
R-ets .fc:00. ihe personal liabilities ot Henry
E. Bowen are about $40,000, and nominal
assets consisting of a lite msjrance.
A mono the inmates of tho Clinton County
Poor-house are a managedeighty-fiveyear-,
with a sen feeble-minded, forty -live years
old, a daughter forty years of age, also
feeble-mindtd, and a grandson eleven years
old, an idiot, born in the poor-house; the
first an inmate forty-five year?, the second
forty years the third thirty-five years and
tbo fourth eleven years, making an agrc-
gat) cf one hundred and thirtj-3ie years
tpeot by them in tbat institution.
TniRS is nothing in tbe world more in
excusable than the toleration of rum-shops.
They have not tbe least right tj exidt. They
are conceived by a desire to get one's living
without labor, beyond tbat of standing be
hind a counter, and beeotten by a willing-
nes to do any amount of harm to one's
neighbors. Almost every occupation by
which men get their living has the sem
blance of usefulness. But rum-selling has
not the faintest claim to any such quality.
ihe money inu is "pent in rum-soups naa
better be thrown into the sea. ihe liquids
that are diDen-ed there had better bo pour
ed into tbe gutters of tbe streets. The
Tus TitAiiF Question is as-umiog what
may fairly be called gigantic proportions in
soue parts of the State. In Rockingham
(a small town In Windham county, wboe
aggregate population is let- than three
thousand; tho numoer 01 tramp- who call
ed for and received aid at the villaze lock
up, from January, 1677, to February. 1S73,
was 1,172 figures thai appear tho more
startling when it h considered that the
total number calling at the police station in
thi- city was only 1,1 lb lor tbe ttco years,
At St. Mart's Catuedril, Fri Jay morning,
Feb. 15, tho Rt. Rev. Bishop DeGoesbriand.
assisted by twenty-four of priets from all
parts of the dioces of Burlington, celebrat-
ed a solemn Utquiem Jlass lor tbe repose
ottheout of the late Holy Father, Pope
Pius IX. The cbancel, a part of the marble
column-, and the fronts of ths three 'gal
leries, weredraped in mourrjinz ; and the
services were of unusual solemnity and
pier-dor. There was a vat attendance,
the great Cttbedral being packed to its ut
most capacity, the muMc. by the united
choirs ot tbe Cathedral and of St. Joseph's
Church, consisted of a Isreuorian Mass for
A Cuuvittee appointed by tho Faculty of
tho University of Wiscon-in, to take into
consideration the o -education of the sexes,
have reporttd that a complete reparation of
the seies would oe impracticable and a par
tial separation injudicious, as increasing
the expenses for teachers and iuiDlvin? a
difference of mentil calibre in favor of tbe
male student", when in fact tbe female
have shown themselves full tho equals of
their companions in the classroom, they
luttter say, in regard to the moral effect of
having both exes in tbe ame class-room.
that there have never been fewer breaches
ot diciplinb than at present, and none
growing out of this relation.
Tue "Great International Congress of
Beauty and Culture, in New lork, turned
oat to bo a great international humbug.
One hundred and thirty-five women were In
duced to bubjert themselves to the gaze of a
coar-e and half-drunken crowd. On the
opening night the girls who were tempted,
cither by tbeir necessities or their wanton
rtckles-noss, to thus exhibit themselves
were jeered at and subjected to a hundred
ind:gnities of speech and gesture, until they
tied iu dK-may from tbe platform and the
boxes followed by tbo bout of the 1 LI
Deer-Killi.q in tue Aikondack;3. It
is stated that vast numbers of deer have
been ruthlessly slaughtered in the Adiron
dack regions, within tbe past few weeks. by
".-till" hunters ; and it is asserted that this
practice tf followed to an extent that must
result in making tbco animals very scarce,
unless stringent legislative remtdies are
adoptrd. making the penalty a heavy one
fr violation When the miov becomes
deep and crusted, tbe deer congregate to-
Ktiticr in yarus or groups, ana remain
there, gradually working their enclosure
larger by tramping tho snow in search of
lood Alter the pnow-hn.nJrs naeh above
their heads, the hunters then prvido them
selves with ritlifs and snow-shots, and search
out the 'leer, which are killtd in Urge num
bers and dragged awav in bo sold that
plan is often continued until tbo jardsaro
N the goodoid Tiuu of which wo hear
so much, valentines meant buine. The
painted, bolaci-d, betinellcd articlo of to
day was unheard of. It a young man sent
a Valentino through the pot it ws a seri
ous declaration ui lovo or i ffer ol marriage
to theiibkct of his affections On .len-
tino's Day parties ot young people would
meet together and each writ. a little
billet which they would roll up and
draw by lots, tho maids taking the men's
billets and the men tho maids so that each
young man would light upon a girl whom
ho called bis Valentino and each uf the girls
upon a joung man that he called hers.
Nmietituts this little pleasantry would end
in iretiuioe attachments and result in matri
mony It used to be believed that the first
unmarried person of tho other sex ihat one
met in walking at road cn tbo ll:h of
February, would bo tbe future InMund or
tho future wifo. Many people believed and
till belie vo tbat the birds choose their
mates ou Valentine's Day, anl it birds,
why not men?
St. (Ieokgr On Thursday evening', tie
Iltli in-t, soiueol the family and fncnJsot
Mr. and Mr. Iloraco Isham. bad tho iIe.s-
uro of attending an old-ta-hioned qutit
inir frolic. " which proved 1 vetyplesant
and erijiiAoio gathering, mere Mas 0,1111 a
a strifo for tho last stitch bv some of the
young ladies, in hopes of wining a grand
pnta, not made public." which ended in
draw between Mies Mary cjinvan, 01
Willi-tjn, and Miss Magcto Berry, of St.
(ieuriio Tho strife created much fun lor
the iori) nan v- Ouitc a number ! invited
joung men came 111, in tbo evening, which
was "pent in funny and instructive game,
breuiingly to the amusement of all.
.Mish Alice Borwel'.of llme-burgb. has
taken our school, in place of .Mrs. Calt
I sham, who has gone to tbo Keforin School
IDT 1'Ul'O-A. W icawiiuj iuv UI lUUI I
A brother of the late Vice-President Wil
son is. it is said, a day laborer at Wash
ington. At Montreal, Thursday. MeCill Univer
sity conferred the decree of LL.D. on Gov-ernor-fJ.
neral Duff:rin, ant! tbo latter and
the chancellor had a pleasant little conver
sation in Greek.
Peter Royal, of Lee, Maine, is 110 yean
old. He haa daughter who is 81, and two
sons one b2 and one 80. He used tobacco
constantly until he arrived at tho dignity
ol a centenarian, when be reformed and
discarded the weed, as it might affect his
health. lie also discontinued the ose of
tea and coffee at th same tender age. His
hair, which has been white, is now turning
to a et black, while hi health is good, and
appctit all that could be desired. Indeed,
he Is so full of jouthful buoyancy, and so
well preserved, that he think? seriously of
getting married again.
Pope Pius IX. left 120,0C0,000 lire (about
twenty-four million dollars, old) mostly in
tie hands of tho Rothschilds at Paris.
t A Wagner Lexicon-Dictionary of In
civility. has been published in Leipic,
containing, the title page announces,
cjars3, scornful, odious and slanderous
cxpressi (.nt which have ben ncd against
Master RicharJ Winner, his works and his
di-ciplest by enemies and railers, collected
the mind's amusement in idle hours, by
Judge Nathaniel Eiton, whose death has
already been announced, was horn in
Honover. N. II., Aogust 8tb, 1790. and
was the eldest of a large family of children,
of whom two brothers survive him one
Jiving in Calais and one in Ilardwick.
when thirteen years of age. his father re
moved r H irdwicV. Hero Nathaniel was
married to Ruth HriJman, who died ia
1S37. Hon. Dormin ft. Eitm. of Now
York, is the only surviving child by this
marritge In 1627 Mr. Etton removed to
Calais, where he married Ruth Curtis Gil
man, with whom he lived nearly forty years.
C. C. Eaton. E-q.. of Middlesex, ii the only
surviving child. M. D. Oilman, Esq., 0f
Montp-lier, and John Gilmin, E-q of
Minnesota, were children of the second wife
by a former husband. Jndgo Eaton held
many town offices, was twice elected Sena
tor, and in 1837 and 1S5S was Assistant
County Judfi. fn 1561 he removed to
Middlesex He was an early FreoSoiIer,
anl a man ol gojd judgment and strong
Ma. Moodt ox Prater. Mr. Moody
savs that ho would rather pray like Daniel
than preach like Gabriel. He gave the
fire elements of prayer as ad.tration. con
fession, thanksgiving, petition and submis
sion. He referred to tbe class who say it
is a good thing to pray, as it brings a man
into a humble, docile spirit, ready to ac
cept whatever comes bat icdoes not affect
the administration uf tbe universe which
works according to fixed laws, as if tbe
world were wound up and let: to run itself
out. BatGodi-ays: Ak and e shall re
ceive. If my ltttld boy a-ks for bread, I
don't tell him ti keep on as it will make
him docile and submissive. II a mother is
looking for her child whom I may know to
be drowned in the river, I don't tell her to
keep on seeking as it is beneficial to her.
If my neighbor knocks at my door at night
to get some bread, I don't tell bitn to keep
on knocking, it is healthy exercise, partic
ularly it tbe thermometer is 10 degrees be
low zsto. It persons were to tell me that
my daughter at Amherst, whom I bear
from every few days, died a month ago, I
wouldn't believe them, and the infidel must
go tell his story that God doesn't answer
prayer to somebody ele tan us who bear
from Heaven every day.
Toe Maccn Cnc.vt Miracle. Archbishop
Wood's letter, w hich was read in the church
at Mauch Chunk, on Sunday, is as follows :
Tho Archbishop having beard and care
fully considered the circumstances preced
ing and accompanying what is derisively
called the Mauch Chunk miracle, said to
have been wrought on the person ot a wo
man whose eccentric piety has neither good
sense nor sound Catholic doctrine fir its
foundation, requires me to instruct you that
in his judgment it is a delusion and a pious
fraud. Without icquiring as to the extent
to which others participated in this lament
able folly, he desires to mark the whole pro
ceeding and tbe principal actors in it with
bis distinct aud unqualified disapprobation
and condemnation, and to say tbat a repe
tition of anything cf the sort in this diocese
will ba visited by the severest censures au
thorized by the laws of the Church.
The building of a narrow gauge railroad
from Buffalo to Albany, on the berme or
bank oppo-ite the towpath of the Erie canal,
is the last enterprise in the railway line seek
ing for capital and a charter. Tbe distance
is CC3 miles, and tbe capital is fixed at $GC3
000 one thousand dollars a mile ' Tbe os
tensible purpose h said to be tbe towing of
the canal boats with small engines ol 20-horse
power ; but it is supposed tbat the projectors
are looking to the road as a means ot tran
sit for passengers and freight, by and by, at
least in the Winter months. A letter trom
Albany speaks of the project a a "blJ Bos
tonian scheme, portentous of damage to
New York city by the diversion of trade to
New England. The application for a char
ter is to be made to the New York Legbla
ture, now in session, and there is to be a
Liect.-Gov. Proctor, ol Sutherland
Falls, to our mind, will carry off the nomi
nation for Governor, or i: will go to the
"great unknown. He has djne well as
Lieutenant-Governor; advance him to full
executive honors. To fill the gubernatorial
ticket in a most worthy manner, put on
Gen. Grout, ot Barton, lor Lieutenant
Governor, and tbe thing is done. Tuere,
gentlemen, better this ticket ilyoacap.
lie I Col. Proctor I is one of the largest
manufacturers in the State, thoroughly
identified with her material interests and
alive to her welfare, worthy, from having
fought the battles of his country, to receive
her honors, a man of unquestioned capacity
and purity, and qualified as be is by tbo ex
perience necessary to fit him for a good
Governor, we believe, ol all tbe good name
presented, his is all taings considers d, the
fittest Lamoille News.
a v a it i t i c 1. 1: it ti r 31 e sr.
Fbifsd, stop that coo;ht Do not select a Com
mon Cold eren for a day. It may end In Con
sumption and deitfc Kit. IL DowVs Eleeib
his cured thomasd1. both old and 3 ounif. and it
will care yon, If taken freely and in season. Tblf
L'lixib Lai been before the American people
FobttSix Tea us, and Las nerer failed to giro
relief to all who bare rued it. It has won its way
by icrraL service, nctillt bat become a house
hold friend tn thousand of our bett families- Reg
ular physicians nje and recommerd ir. Clergy
men acd all public i pea ken are its best patrons.
Railroad Fnploj n. much rxpotedto colds, coujebi,
ete., ihculd always use it. Farmers. Lawyers,
merchants and ererj body, old acd j ounjr, speak
highly la its praise.
. ItK.MK.ItV THAT IVKVKK FAILS.
IltAHT It J0BS03 A B.SIC A AD OilLiSIHEST ll
an external rstnidy tor man or beast, for curin;
VV.rt.ndJ, Sprains, Strata. Port. Cots, Braises
Earn and Ulcer of every Vind, Including gain
Iiseaea generally; and while iu application Is
tarmlee and nsver painful, itselTecu ate nict won-
derfnL Ai a Fa milt LlimzTT it meets the wants
of every household. Warranted to satir'r all who
II A V 12 O V V K I. I. l Vt KYl.ii!
Baxter's MandraVe B tteri trill certainty euro
you. If you have any Liver difficulty. Indigestion,
constipation, pain In tbe itsht side, try these Bit
tera at once, and lee bow much good you caa re
ceive for 23 cents. Nor. 10, d, wit, ins, apo
Tbe only preparation in tn market foreleanln
indbeantifyins silver ware,jeelrj , etr without
leaving the slightest scratch upon theSnestsnrlace,
la now sold by Jewelera and drussiata, under the
name of Carbcli. We cheerfully recommend it to
rery family and can a&mre them that after o ace
ustof.the) will never aIUwtbemetve to be with
Carboli is prepared la London and sails bar for
twenty cents a pack are.
Julys bat. Mo ThoTwtf
AS A RELI IBLE REMEDY for Cca-bs, (Mas.
IIotrteneM, or any alec tion of tbe throat and chest
ni0, according to direction given cn each bottle,
MaJam ZaJoe Porttr't Cough Ba.'tam. Itltalway
reliable, and tho possession of a aiDple bottle may
In caerf a sudden attack, prove to be worth fifty
times Its co it. bold by Irueits everywhere.
Tlie Centaur T.iulmenU are of two k'nda
The lilte is for the human fatmlyt the Yellow
is for horses, sheep, anl ether animals. Testimo
nials of tbe effect produced by the a remarkable
rreparations are wratped arcnnl ery bottle, and
may be procured of any dru;ist, or by mall from
theOEjeof ThcCesticr Coartsr,4t Di Street,
Aew Vorfc. City. jan ll)-';s-wly
FaoM Tie Chntian l"mon,Au.22, ISTT
A valuable horse ui th wnlri'i an. Lii.tr.u1 m
the hoc k. bwellinand litn.-iiiinn,i.i ,mA.m
the animal neirly werlhleax. He were advised tt
try tillfs' Liniment, and are ETatliled to n It
acted like a charm. AHut two Inclie- ofb. ue cmo
awav. the Slire healed uu. nn.l the lantm,. n.l
awtllioare at disappeinng.
L V.MAN A UtO TT. editors
Rend postal cird inr pamphlet enntiiiilng TaJl
infunnatton to Iastor tlit.is.46t fitli Avenue,
bew Yrrk. tK-t IS.rr.devdatwIr
ft. U. bteirns & Co AzenLs.
To all who are suffering from tho errors and in
di wreitwnsof )enth. nervous weakness. earl decay,
loss of manhiwal, 41 will send a receipt that will
cureseu. REE OF C1JARUK. Tli s Kieat reii edy
Rent a f elf-ad Jres,i .nTirtT,. .iv. n