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Thcro aro 71,220 taxablo polls In Vor
mont. S. W. Carter's houso Id Cwflsbury was
burned Friday night, with most of Us con
tent?, two bams, two sboJs, Ac. Loss
$2500; Insurance) J1300.
A lad olovon years old, at Hawlcy,
Franklin county, banged blmsolr Friday
night In a lit of nngor at being corrrccled
by bis parents for somo slight olToncc.
Of Voimont's 1W Congregational
churches only 01 bavo settled pastors. Tbo
church membership is 10,017, of whom 1810
joined by piofosslon last year.
Tho llsbkU factory and board mill of
Aldrlch fc Barrett, In Bradford, and tbo
nrlst mill owned by Horace- Farr, woro en
tirely consumed by lire, with tholr con
tents, Sunday night.
There Is sutplcton or fraud about tho
f.illuio of tho Industrial works at Spring
Hold, as stock not Included In their state
ment is found, Tho wliolo nllulr Is to bo
Tho secuud annual meeting of tbo Wo
man's Christian Tempcranco Union of Vor
mont will be hotdcti at llctinlnglon, on
Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 27 and S3,
Thctilnl of 'Intro, tho Hlghgalo mui
ilcrer, will take place nt tho proiont term
ill' court. IIo has mado no confession since
his llrbl.nnil will not s.iy anything about
A freight train bound north, anil tho
Montreal express passengor train, going
Miuth, collided a few miles below St.
Johusbury, on tho I'assumpslc road, on
Friday. Theio were qullo n number of
passengers on the expicss train ; but all cs
cjped serious Injury, though somo wcro
slightly bruised or cut.
Tbo cillzons of Dorset proposo to erect
next year a monument to mark the etto of
tho house of Cophas Kont, In which tho
Council of Safety bold several meetings.
John A. lloblnson or Troy lost a gold
locket at Ceulro Ilcnnlnton rour years ago.
It was run ml recently In a field that has
been plowed twlco since tho locket wii
Audrow La Page, alias St. John, tho
"lost man" of Moutpelier, has not been
found as reported, and tbo authorities of
Montpolior have oHercd a rowaru for Infor
mation that will lead to bis discovery,
llano boasts of four lawyers who do
not uso piofano lauguage, tobacco, or strong
drink in any form.
Tho "town system" of common schools
is In operation in only sovon towns In Ver
mont. Senator Edmunds started for Ohio
Monday morning, to assist In tho cam
paign. Two children of Charles Ryloof Waits
field wcro'at play In a cart body, Monday,
when they accidentally tipped it over, and
ono of Ihtim, aged llvo years, was caught
under It and killed almost Instantly.
The equity of redemption of tbo Indus
trial works company's real estato at Spring
lleld, was sold Friday, for tho bonetlt of
the creditors, to C. D. Brink & Co., for?371,
tho mortgages amounting to $7300. Tbo
personal proporty, consisting of machine
ry, printing presses, paint stock, lumber
and other stock finished, unfinished and In
process of manufacture, was sold to .Samu
el Alford, Jr., for about J3500.
Hayden, tho Derby Lino murderer, has
been indicted for murder by tbo grand ju
ry at Irasburg, still refuses to soo any one,
and appears to feel a rcuiorso that is sel
dom witnessed by a person of bis charac
ter. IIo will make- no dofense, and persists
in icruslng to employ counsel, lie says
that ho wants to bo bung, and tho sooner
the form of law Is gono through with the
better satisfied ho shall bo. Major Charles
O. Brighain, ono of Ilaydon's victims, has
rccuvcred suOlciently to sit up, and tbo
doctors consider blm out of dauger.
Tho Flauder's Tump Company bavo
just put up successfully ouo or their 2,500,-
000-gallons-por day pumps, at St. Johns-
bury, with sovcti miles or street mains.
The mains wcro subjected to a pressure or
183 pounds to tho square Inch on tbo trial
Tuesday 1ml, and all remained Ann. The
cot o( the cnllro works was about $75,000,
tho prico paid tho Flandcr'a Company for
their machluory being $57,000. Exports
who baro examined the work declaro it
perfect, and freo from any infringement.
Hum to Vanquish the Htotuacai'a Tor
mentor. It tho enemy of mankind were permitted to exert
his diabolical Ingenuity in the intention of a new die-
(isc, he conld scarcely devise one more worthy of hii
genluji than dyspepsia. The dyspeptic auff erer li tor
mented by symptoms resembling thole of almost et
ery known malady, and is often worried into mono
mania by these conflicting snd perplexing manifesta
tions. A farorite though absurd hallucination of the
vlcUm of chronio indigestion is that he or she has
heart disease. Dyspepsia has often been pronounced
incurable, but experience has shown thst Ilostetter's
Stomach Hitters win Tanquiih it, together with the
constipation and bilious derangement which usually
accompanylt. Diseases of the kidneys and supposed
rbeumatio pains vre also frequent concomitants of
dyspepsia, but tbey, too, succumb to tho above-named
NEW YORE, Sept. 10. Flour Superfine Western
and State, 14 0031 CI; choice do., 6 IMS 60; white
wheat Western extra 6 05137 73; patent Minnesota
double extra 8 0CM 00. Wheat No. 2 Chicago J 11 ;
No. 1 Milwaukee 1 15 ; white Michigan 1 as. lty. 80o
llarley SI. Corn steamer mixed fi7l-2c: graded
mixed 60o ; new yellow Western CO. Oats mixed West
ern 371318c ; white Western a2G0. Pork new mess
16 80. Hotter Western 15(3 22c J Stste 18315c.
cniOAOO, Sept. 19. Wheat No. 3 Chicago spring
1 OOal OO 1.3 on the spot ; No. 3 Chicago spring 93eMc.
Corn No. 3 mixed 18,417c. Oats No. J, S3 1-ae. Uye
ox. ran is o on the spot, uraiuio.
Ttcvr York Stock unit 9IoBeyMurfaet.
NEW TOltK, Sept. 1. Money easy at 1 1-333 y ct
on tall. Oold 110. Government bonds
U. 8. 6s, 1881.... coupon
UO O-WI, "
do do da
do do 186T
do do 1868
do new 6s ,,,
do 10-sOs, coupon,.,
do Currency C4,...,
, 124 3-4
Wutfirf om n Union live Stock Muriel.
Tuiid.it, Sept. 19, 1876.
Market Beef Choice 17 60(37 87 1-3 J extra l77 n
first qusllty 6 25(48 79; second quality 6 6030 00
third nmlltvl SXJR 55. ft
(N. 11 Choice includes nothing but stall fed 1100 to
1(00 Ih. bullocks. Extra and first quality Include the
best fat oxen. Secsnd and third qusllty include oxen
and two and three year old steers.
Store Cattle Working Oxen, V pair, from 1100, ISO
(3230. Milch Cows snd Cslves 33(460; extra 69383.
Farrow Cows 30330. Yrarliogsl023; two years old
18,332; three years old 283(0.
Sheep and Lambs In lots II 5033 60 each ; extra
3 00,31 90 each, or from 3 1.2iaeo $1 ft.
llrlghtou Hides Be W to. Country Hides 6(45 l-3c
Uouutry Tsllow 5 3-(5 l-3c. Felts 60o. Calf Skins
Poultry 133170 V to.
Ilrnttlrlioro Irlc- Current.
Apples, bbl (3 00 a
Potatoes, bu 70
llutter, lb 25
Cheese, lb 13
MuLsses, gat 63
Syrup, 1 00 a
Sugar, raw, lb 10
do refilled 12
do maplo 10
Silt, T I, bu
Teas Japan, lb 40 a
Oolong, 60 a
Young llysou, CO a
Hulled Oil, gal
Cotton Seed Meal
30 a 35
53 a CO
63 a 70
Flour, bbt 6 60 a 10 60
Rye Meal, lb
Hay, ton 18 00 a 20 00
Wood. drr. 6 00 a 6 00
do greon 6 00 a 6 60
Eg is, doa
3 60 a 3 00
60 a 63
1 60 a 3 00
20 a 32
13 a IS
Pork, dressed 7 a 8
Ilecf. live weight. 7
Veal. " 4 a 6
Mutton " 4 a 6
Lamb " 6 a 0
Turkeys, dressed 14 a 18
Cbickeua " IT a 10
Maple augar. tub 8 a 10
do. cake 10 a 11
City noil Country.
In Now York ctlv n rnannrfnliln fnmlli.
pays $1,500 annually for tho tent of n home.
puytician cuarges from three to llvo dol-
rs for a slnc!o visit nnd furnl.linii nr.mr.il.
Iclne. In tho country It frenunnltv rn.
ilros a long rldo and great Inconvcnlonco
obtain a phvslclan. nnd when fnnnil hn
may not bo alio to procure tho proper rem
edies. Tho most romarkablo ami tinfjll.
remedy tho world has over soon, and
Which Is endorsod bv all nhvnlolnns. Is
now placad within tho roach of every fam
ily, whero It can always be kept for Inimo
dlalo uso. Danger arises from doiav. Ono
dollar or fifty cents Invested In Centaur
inimcnt will last a rjmlly a yoar. Thcro
MO naln which It wilt not rnltnvn. nn
swolllng It wilt not subdue, wound It will
not neai, or lainoncss it wilt not euro. It
heals burns without n scar, aud rendors tho
bllos of snakes and tho sllncs of hen In.
rrmont Ilcuilqtiurtrrs ut I 111- Ontrn.
Tho above diarrim ifaowi the location of tho Ver
mont headquarters' building on the Centennial
grounds at rhlladelphla.
We wish to tender oar thauks to the many friends
and relatives for the very happy surprise tbey gave us
on the Htb, and the lalaible presents they left with
US. JEItUVJ. DODQE.
AD DIE M DODGE.
Dammcrtton. Sept. 18, 1876.
A Yew Thing lUut We Knn.
We know that a disordered atomach or liter pro-
dacea more suffering than any other cause. Vie
know that very few physicians are iucceiif ul In their
treatment of theae diaordera. We know that Da
CoiU'b IUdlcal Care will, without the shadow of a
doubt, almost Immediately relieve and permanently
cure all of theae dlitreaaing ajmptoma. We know of
thouaands who are willing to testify that what we tay
ia true 10 ioe leuer ne auow in, u you wm gireii
a fair trial tou will Ut ni add rour name to the "cloud
of wltneaies." Will you give it a trial, and do It now ?
Trial alze only 35c. Sold by I. N. TUOBN CO.,
Trof enor Parker's Pleasant Worm Syrup la perfect'
It safe and extremely palatable. No physic required
Costa 3S cents. Try it.
Xtuportunt to Fenom Vialtlnfr Xr
York or the Cratennlul.
The Grand Union Hotel, New York, opposite the
Grand Central Depot, has over 350 elegantly furnished
rooms. Elevator, iteam, and all improvements, Eu
ropean plan. Carriage hire la fared, ai baggage l
taken to and from the depot free. The restaurants
supplied with the best. Guests can lire better for less
money at the Grand Union thau at any other first-
class hold. Stages and cars pass the hotel constantly
to all parts of the city, and to Philadelphia depot.
"Conatltutloni. Cuturrh Itemed."
We take pleasure in inviting the attention of our
readers to the advertisement, found in another col'
omo, of Messrs. TJttlcfleld h Co. of Manchester,
N. II., proprietors of the 'Constitutional Catarrh
This house is too well known to require any atlet
tatiou from our pen as to the character and standing
or tne genuemcn composing me same, or any assur
ance to the tiubllo that whatever course thev msr
pursue in tho matter of the Introduction of remedies
to sue puunc wm be cnaracterizeu Dy lair aeaung, an
honest purpose and an earnest endeavor, while reap
ing their Just pecuniary re ard, to relieve a suffering
While It Is not our province or within the scope of
our ability to cuter Into any discussion as to the mer
its or demerita of medicinal ageota, still the fact can
not be resisted that the "Constitutional Catarrh Rem
edy" is certainly a departure from the ordinary run
of patented cures which are flooding the market at
the present day, and stands high upon the list of
standard pharmaceutical preparations, being com
jtosed of the choicest and most effective articles of the
materia medica. and preeminently fitted to cope with
tne snecuon wuicn Dears ita name.
MEN WANTED 1 See II. II. C. & Co.'a adrertlse-
The new AtUs llotil, Philadelphia, Pa., is conve
nient to everything, and as for coolness, its guests
live In a park.
The perspiration to a great extent depurates the
blood, that Is, it carries off Us impurities. I(the
pores become obstructed those Impurities, when they
donotremaiu latent in the circulation, cause erup
tions. The remedy for this state of things Is Olkhn's
Your l'fe can bo saved by Iff nut 'a neiiieily.
limit' Ileninlr cures Dropsy and all diseases
of the Kidneys, Bladder and Urinary Organs. Hun
dreds who have been given up by tbelr physicians to
die have been saved by Hunt' Remedy, and are
now with us as Ihlng witnesses of its alue.
The iny llenirily, Those who suffer from
foul breath are open to the charge of carelessness. It
la an offence that cau be speedily abated, as a single
bottle of the fragrant BOZODONT will unmistakably
accomplish the work. No toilet table should be with
out it. It will preserve and keep the teeth white, and
tne brestu pure ana sweet.
Spalding's Glue, who would be without it ?
Children Cry for Cusloriu. It lias pleas
ant to take aa honey, and la absolutely harmless. It
la aure to expel worms, cure wind colic, regulate the
bowels and stomach, and overcome lnitatllity caused
by rash or cutting teeth. It is a perfect substitute for
Castor Oil, and for Coitiveness In young or old there
la nothing lu existence to effective and reliable.
The latest, frreatent and moat reliable reme
dy ever put together by medical science for Xlneuma
tism, Wounds, Swellings, Burns, Caked Breast, kc.
is the Centaur Liniment. There are two kinds. What
the White Liniment Is for the human family, the Tel-
low Liniment la for spavined, lame aud strained
borsei and animals.
Irou'i Kuthalron prevents the hair from
falling out or turning gray, renews Hi growth, and
gives strength and vigor. It Is dellghtfullyperfumed,
nd makes a inlendld dressing. It Is the cheapen!
an d roost desirable Hair Toclo ever produced Uaed
by the erne, roceoniy&u cents.
l"jlff Dietetic Httleratua. Universally ac
knowledged the best In use. Each pound bears the
name oi jauks i'tlx. none genuine whbuui,
In Warihboro, Srpt. 11, a son to Mr. led Mrs. Mi,
an a. White.
Ia Lynn, Mass., Sept. C, a daughter to Frank E. and
Annie bieen runs.
In Brattlsboro. al the Universal lit church. Sept. 31,
by Iter. M. II. Harris, W. A, Faulkner aud Alice II.,
daughter of Hon. Parley Starr.
la ursine uoru, orjii,, ia. vj iwt, 41. jiurcuru, Al
bert Uopklnton and Ida M, Munroe, both of Urattle-
In Vardsboro. Sept. C, by Rev. E. P. Abbott, Frsck
w. uemis ana uaria u. Jouy, uom 01 narasuora.
In Town. bend, Sept. 29, by Her. M Carpenter,
Henry unaerwooa sua tssran t 1 wucctu, uoia 01
In C beln. Mass., by Bev. A. P. Foster, Charles A.
Iiioe of CLUUua.tad4UUJ.U43vUaU.dUOuil
In Brattleboro. Sent. 20. LotLa Blanche, daonhter of
Wm. It. and Mary Geddls, aged ft years.
THE MEDICINE THAT CURES
TakloiT Into consideration the character of Us vouch
ers, the history of its cures, and the Immense Increas
ing demand, Vegetlne may be UirJy entitled the lead
ing medicine of the age.
For Scrofula in the blood, Vegetlne Is tn Infallible
remedy, and no person need suffer from tumors, ul
cers, abd all diseases arising from Impure blood, If
Ycgetlne Is usrd according to directions. There Is
not a case of Scrofula In existence that Vegetlne will
not cure, provided, however, the vital functions bare
not lost their power of action, all that may be said to
the contrary notwithstanding.
vegeuno is pi taunt to me luie, raiia in 11s inuu
ence, and absolute In ita action on disease, aa tho fol
lowing unqueiiionaDie eviuence wm snow.
Jawuaiit 3. 1873.
U. 11. Stevehk, Esq. :
DcarHIrt When about tlx months old I was vacci
nated. The parties who were vaccinated from the
same virus died from the humor. Tho humor spread
over me to such an extent that I was rolled In bran
to prevent me from scratching my persoo. The dis
ease finally settled lu my bead. I remained lu this
condition about tweuty years, troubled all the time
with soree breaking in my head and discharging cor
ruDtion from lot ear. At Ihla time a small kernel ap
peared ou my neck, gradually increasing In size until
a tumor formed of such Immense slxe I could see It
by turning my eyes downward. All this time I wss
taking varioux remedies for my blood without any
I then went to a prominent physician in Boston,
who, during his treatment of six months, lanced the
tumor right times, which coil me nrarly f too. This
leu me wun a rougn, agiiravateu sore, witaout at an
diminishing the size of the tumor, and in a sickly.
letuie commiou. 1 connunea aooiuer pojsician iu
Nstick. who. after considerable time, succeeded in
healing the sore without reducing the site. At this
point 1 commenced to use Vegetlne, through the ear
nest persuasion of a frieud. After I had taken this
medicine about one wsek I experienced wouderful
sensations. My whole body seemed to be undergoing
a radical change, until, finally, the tumor broke and
discharged frightful quantities. From this time It
decreased lu izo until the bunch disappeared, but
my neck still Wars the ugly scars of the sore and
Unco. I am now healthy and strong and able to work
x win aiso mention tnsi 1 nave wtn an acute sua er
er from Inflammatory rheumatism erer since I can
remember, until rommencing the use of Vegetlne,
when almost Immediately all rheumatic pains ceased.
This statement I volunteer for the purpose of bene
fiting other suffering humanity, and you will confer a
favor by giving it as much publicity aa thought prop-
O. M. BAVELS, Ashland, Maas.
What is Vegetlne ?
It is a compound extracted from barks, roots and
herbs. It Is nature's remedy. It Is perfectly harm
less from auy bad effect upon the system. It Is nour
ishing and strrngtbaniog. It acta directly upon the
blood. It quiets the nervous system. It gives you a
good, sweet sleep at night. It is a great panacea for
our aged fathers and mothers, fur it gives them
strength, quiets tbelr nerves, and give them nature's
swett sleep as has been proved by manyan aged per
son, it is tne great uiood runner. 11 u a soothing
remedy for our children. It has relieved and cured
thousands. It is very pleasant to take; every child
likes IU It relieves aud cures all diseases originating
from Impure blood, fry the Vegetlne. Give it a fair
trial for your complaints; then you will say to your
friend. neiKhbor and acquaintance. "Try it: it has
He port from u Xructlcal Chemist and
Doctow, Jan. 1,1BT.
Dear Sir: This is to certify that I have sold at re-
tall IU 13 dozen (1832 bottles) of your Vegetlne since
April 12, 1870, and can truly say that it has given the
best satisfaction of any remedy for the complaints for
which it Is recommended that I ever sold. Scarcely a
day passes without some of my customers testifying
to its merits on tuemseives or tueir menus. 1 am
perfectly cognizant of several cases of Scrofulous Tu
mors being cured by Vegetlne alone In this vicinity.
cry respccuuur yours,
Al OILMAN. 468 Broadway.
To II, B. Stevens, Esq.
Ycgetlne Is Sold by all Druggists.
A BE tanaht by the Sisters at St. Joseph's Convent.
Xjl Drattleboro, VU For terms apply to the Con
vent, walnut street. w-v
AVnnfofl linn To mU the cojfTiUKimL
llUltltU) 1UUI1 BA2IK ft OTIC COMPANY'S
Steel Engravings of the four Presidential Candidates.
The finest and most life-like. In size and quality are
IS.00 works. Price reduced to 11.00 wr copy, retail.
Grade and price unprecedented in candidate portrai
ture. nave otner iietures sna nrst-ciass uoois.
It, li. CUHRArt ft CO., Publishers,
as Bcnooi st., uoaion.
Republicans Rally! ;
and secure these,
the best PortrslU.
LECTURES & ORGAN CONCERT,
Rev. J. F. MOORS
fT linEENFIELD, MASS., will dcUrer a course of
as x.cciur. iu ue now
llmlorim Phurnti In rn
UIIHQIIQII UIIUIWI) III UIQUIGUUIU)
On Thnrsduy Erenlng1, lie 11 1. 2M, and each
following Thursday till finished, luey are the results
of recent visits to the places nsmed. The followlog
are tne suojects ana ue time 01 toe lectures j
Sept. 28 Jerusalem and the Jordan.
Oct. Nazareth and Oill.ee.
Oct. lp Damascus and Balbee.
OcL ID Egypt and the Pyramid.
Oct. 26 Uerculaneum and Pompeii.
Nov. 2 Rome.
Each Lecture will be preceded by an ORQAN CON'
CEItT by Prof. SCUUSTEB, to commence at 8 o'clock,
Ticket for the course of t lectures, $1.60; single
tickets, S5 cents, to be obtained cf Mr. O. V. Eater
brook at Pratt, Wright k Oo.'s and of Mr. James DaU
ton, or at mo aoor on toe mgnt or tne lecture.
If FISH & OYSTER
Rytlicr's Arcade, Urnltlcboro.
milE SUfiSCItlBER baa opened a new aland in
JL Uedberry's Meat Market, Bytber'a Arcade, where
no wiu seep coustautiy ou aauu
ty the quirt, pint or gsllou. Also. and
UXiIIt(f MJf IU HUEilH
All Kinds of FRESH 6c SALT
FISH of tho bost quality.
C7" FRESH CRACKERS always on hand.
X shall run a cart Jn this and adjoining towas.
Assuring the public that all goods from my market
wilt be found first-class and as represented, I solicit a
scare oi tneir patronage.
Terms Strictly Cash,
38tf J. A. TEA KIT 8
New England Farmer.
X,B1lnr Aarrlcultarul JTeMspiiper.
REDUCTION OP RATES.
ItV till iruJ Ihe F.tlt.tlKIt ut gear,
sf.sssif jiait rr
S2.I5 CA8H IN ADVANCE !
Trial subscription foroneouarter. (thrse months.'
for 5i Ceute. Money must accompany all orders, at
auuve rates, oeua stauip tor specimen
OODY S HOWE'S
General Insurance Agency,
Offers RELIABLE Indemnity In FJB8T-CLA8S Block
uompaaics, aucn as i no
MTJr.t. tt.tnwontt, M'naurMX it
Mla.11 II mr JYite iurk.
s i' iii.YtjfiKtu nn mi tr .t.i .r(
LITE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO
of nsrtford, Conn. Policies Insuring against accidents
irom one montn to a year, ror any amount zrom uni
to Ten Thousand Dollars, and ail forms of Life Insu
REAL ESTATE bought and sold, Tenements to
KV-Offlos U Savings Bank block, DratUeboro, Vt,
MlLOOLat KOObT. , " V.B.SOWS.
orrEn ron sale
HEAVY k B11F.LF HAnD
WAI1E, In all lis Tirlctlcs,
at lowest fltEurcs.
WE sell only the ' WEYMOUTH," snd
experienced builders know they are
worth 25c a cask more than any other
ALWAYS a full and complete stock of
kinds and sices, and at lowest possible
A full stock of English Cast Bteel.
Our experience shows us that Ameri
can Is NUT as trood as tho best Kn-
gliah brands of steel.
Always on hand a full
stock of Globe, Putnam
and Vulcan. We have
also on hand the new
Putnam pointed nalL
A crest variety of both table
and pocket cutlery; solid plated
knives, related snooos and forks.
L shears, scissors, razors, Ac.
A large variety of the best goods constantly on band.
WE are the sole stents In this town for
the D ran don Lime, which Is ud surpassed
in quality, ana wmcn we oner at a very
low orlce. We also hare the celebrated
Gray Cement Lime.whlch for brickwork is un equaled.
The beat HOFFMAN'S HOSES
DALE CEMENT, always trtsb.
IN quantities to salt.
OF best Canada Fine, thoroughly sea
soned and well made. We invite com
parison with any stock of doors in this
BOTII gUied and unglaaed. We are
firepared to furnish glased sash of strict
v No. 1 alass. sash and work, at bottom
OF all slses, on nsnd or furnished
at abort notice.
Kutb ss Wheels,
Itlms h Bbafts,
UJiUUAllUU II UUU, Spring., Asles.
Mslleables, Enameled Cloth and Leather,, Iron and
Splndlo Seats, Iron psshers, a;e.
BI'IIUCE AND HEMLOCK.
A full line of Select Family Groceries; and we call
especial attention to our Teas, Coffees & Pure Bp ice.
Prime Timothy, Red Top & Clover at tery low riet$t
We receive our Hour direct from
come of the txst mills in the
West, we sell none but choice
Flour, aud we believe none have
bvttci fad li tits for selling good Flour at low prices
WT"AH our coods are selected with mat care, and
oui motto always is.
'THE BEST COODS AT THE
C, F, THOMPSON & CO,
ISAAC COOE & CO.'S
G. W. Calden & Co.,
2 C'rntrul N.rcrl,
y ItE tho only authorized bottlers of these celebrat
ed Ales. These Ales sre strictly the product of
Malt and Hops, an 1 are commended by family phy
A Superior Substitute
for Alcoholic Compounds.
Experience has demonstrated that these malt bev-
erages are used beu endslly for general prostration of
tbo debilitated nervous system, are also a famous
And preferred by invalids and those nursing, being
positively free from all objections.
They are less In price than Engliih or Scotch Ales
and are considered by connoisseurs to be their equal.
II. C WILLAIiD,
OSCAR EDWARDS, -IIO
WA LAND k LOWELL,
Agent for firattleboro.
rpuE Subscriber Is receiving the Tery best grades of
AIII IiYKEXH VAUEY
Now is the time to pnt in yoar winter stock, ss
Cosl bss touched bottom price.. Hesse call at A. V.
COX It CO. 'a STOVE UTORE and get prices. Balls.
ikhuo Kuatauieeu or money rerunaea.
38-92 jl. jr. auBABOir.
Northern Aqueduct Association.
ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION.
Art. 1. We, the undersigned, do hereby assoelste
tocether for the Duroose of suntilvlnir a TMrtlon of the
Ksit Village of llrattteboro with w ater by means of
an aqueduct, agreeably to the provisions of Chspter
00 of the Oeneral Statutes of Vermont.
Art, 3. This association shall be known snd called
by the name of the Northern Aqueduct Association.
Art. 3. Ths capital stock of this association shall be
divided into eighteen shares.
Art. 4. Any person or persons owning one shsre
shall be entitled to one vote at any meeting of said
atsocistlon, and those owning more than one share
shall have one vote for each snsre thev mar own.
Art. 5. The first meeting of this asaKlstlon shall
be holden at the Brooke lions. In Brattleboro on the
J3d day of September, A.D. Iffie, at T 13 o 'a lock, P.M.
Notice of said meeting shsll be given by publishing
these articles In the Vermont Pncenix.
JOSEPH BTEEN, . . one shire.
iichux uuitnuaai, oneahare.
N. B. WIIXISTON. . . two shares,
B.M. WA1TE, - - . two shires.
BHATTLEUOBO EAST SOCIETY,
by It. W. Clarke, U. A. Clsrk. Trusters, two shares.
aitANOER. on. share.
r, W, IIROOKH, - . two shares.
I.. l'.DIOKINBON, . . two shares.
U.P.8.CUTTS, . . 00. share,
r. W. KUECII. . ou.alian.
I M,caoaev1pJ.0. Orosby, . cos ah arv
Dry and Fancy Goods
. It. SILSBY & 0.'S
WouliI rc9icctrully unnounco Dial wo
aro found In our lirnucli of liadc, and cordially lnvtle an Inspection of Ilia uliolc. It
will Ijo our lilglicst aim to soil GOOD QOOBS
We display sll the novelties In fsbrlc and color. FINE FRENCH CASHMERES, HUNTER S
GREEN, MARINE HLUE, SEAL DROWN, CHOCOLATE BROWN FLOM DLUE
and DLACE, DROCADE CASHMERES In all the new shades, SATIN STRIPED CASH.
MERES, popular colors, CAMEL'S HAIR SERGES and CAMEL'S HAIR CLOTH, new
assortments ot TWILLED DE BIEGB FLAIDS, FOFLINS, ALPACAS, SERGES, etc.,
Fall Colors. '
Notwithstanding the rise of from 30 to 60 per cent,
offer, our present One stock at the former prices, and thote who purpose buying will find It of Interest to call
and secure a bargain before wo nuke new purchases. AO Per Cent. Nut oil ut lrr.ent lrlcr..
BLACK BRILLIANTINES and BLACK
the money In these goods. New lot Jmt In, LOWEST
WATERPROOFINGS, In Heal Brown, Oray, Blue and Black. Iaii prlccs-all new goods.
Large stock of Canton Flannels, Cottons, Wool Flannels, Shirtings, etc.
Novelties In Fancy Ooods Usmburg Embroideries, Buchlngs, Tits, New Dross Buttons, Fringes, Laces,
EM Gloves, ttc.
REAL HAIR SWITCHESREAL HAIR
JDST ARRIVRD Large invoice of Blankets Chtap I
IVFor further Infortnstton please csll at the Emporium. Goods shon with a free will.
jr. II. IlcHEA.n, Munuirrr.
Pratt, Wright & Co.'s,
iVOIINTEIIM, Fuary uml Ilulai.
II LACK IIIIOAUCLOTIIal,
In grrst variety for the Custom Trade.
For Uen, Tooths and Bnys, NEW snd at low price, for CAS1I.
Of all kinds, cheap for CASH.
I'I.K NIIIIaTM .tl.tllK TO OltltEIt.
"i-iUvl ijooiln will be sold Htthe Loxeesl iVi'se Jur Quit.
PRATT, WRIGHT & CO.,
Ho. 3 Oniulte Ulocl SIulu Ktrrrl.
Sept. 1, 1870.
Make Ready Cainpaign !
AH prionf dcelrlDg Flrit-ClaM
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Are rtiectfuy luvitnl to rjall tnj examine tie fine ttock
wcr, Hlikti cau alaya be Mind at
C. W. SMITH'S.
HTOCUWELI. Til ellOEH itlllon hand.
Price always Cheapest
BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO
All messures warranted to give satisfaction. REPAiniNG neatly and quickly ciccotcd.
C. W. SMITH.
Itsr's Block, lit door north of J. L. Hay's Livery Ofilcc. lyll Ilrultlrboro, VI.
Ten years ago, Messrs.
their advertising agency In New York City. Five years ago,
they absorbed the business conducted by Mr. John Hooper,
Mho was the first to go into this kind of enterprise. Now
tllcy have the satisfaction of
and complete advertising connection which has ever been
secured, and one which would be hardly possible in any
other country but this. They
down a complex business into
method that no change in the
can escape notice, while the
topics interesting to advertisers is placed readily at the (lis
posal of the public.
The Windham County
Will hold Its
Thirty-First Annual Fair
Ou Its Grounds lu NEWFANE,
On Weditestluy uuil TUumluy, October
4 tit utitl Sib,
As usual, the first dsy will be devoted to a centra!
exhibition of AfiTlcultural, Mechanical and llousehold
Froducta of the County; the second dsy's exercises
will consist of the exhibition and trotting of Horses,
an Address, Foot luce, Society Meeting, etc., etc
A copy of which will be mailed to any address npors
application to the ecretary, la unusually full and va
ried in every department; and it is the aim of the
managers to mske this exhibition compare favorably
with any which the Society has ever held.
Matio will be furnished by the Westminster Bind.
Ter order of the Board of Managers,
J. II. MEBBlriELD, Sec'y.
Newfane, Sept. 19, 1870. 8739
FALL TEBM will begin Aug. 33. Furnished rooms
for self.boardlog, 35 cents per week for each pupil.
Board, i M per week. The tillage Is quiet and free
from temptations to vice. Instruction thorough. Pu
pils will And here superior advantages for preiratlon
for college, for teaching, for business, and for music
A. J. BANBOUN, A. JL, rrtactpaL
Bornardstoo, Jury S, int. tuM
liavo lusl received full Unci of audi gooih as
AT LOWEST CASH l'ltlCKS.
on IIIACIC SIIICW, we will continue to
ALPACAS. We claim to cell the BEST Roods for
SWITCHES. Largest stock In town, LOWE-.T
B. SILSBY & GO'S.
OEMKI.M und CAHNI.TIEIIEN,
of pooJt, for Otnti', Ltillts, Miuet.', and CliiUrtn'i
Beat thlnes kept for Children's wear.
for the Quality of Goods.
MEASURE, IN ANY STYLE
Geo. P. Rovcll & Co. established
controlling the most extensive
have succeeded in working
so thoroughly a systematic
newspaper system of America
widest information upon all
YORK TIMES, June 14, 1875.
Centennial Season, 1876
HARTFORD & NEW YORK
Com li ting of the flrst-cliM Steam n
STATE OF NEW TORK,
CITY OF HAHTFORD,
One of which Inrcs Hertford DAILY, except Stcr-
fUfl, m ft .10 af AI
ririt-cUii Cabin r&iugc 1 TS
FlrttUM Ezcurtloo TKkti (Hon nil Trip) 3 75
Good to return any time daring the letaon,
and on any boat. KVNo cbaree for twrthi.
8econd-clau on Deck. 1 35
8econdlaai on Deck, Excursion (Bound Trip), ,.3 00
Fare between Hartford and Ulddletown 35
" " " LandlDgi below Mlddlet'n 60
CVFartiee of 50 and upward! for the Centennial
can arrange at reauoea ratei io ne unaea at ana
brought back from Jeraey Cltr.
The fare from New York to rhlladelDhia and return
la fl.00, making only 0.18 from Hartford to PhlladeN
pmaana return, licxeu tor aaieon Doara me Doate.
JJaggage iranarerrra at uaruord wunout charge.
Hertford, May 30, 1676. 6m33
IS TAKEN INTERNAUY
AND P0SITIVEIV CURES
rtntUMAIIdm, UUUIt NCUHAlblK ANU lUMUKUU!
SOtD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE, SEND FOR CIA'
EURAlGIA AND LUMBAGO.
PHENSTINE & BENTLEYi
Sold .holeaale la New Tork and Boaton.
Onn RASl'DHRRYoi BLACK
uuu.uuu berrr Plants to be clven awar.
The entire lot will be destroyed by the building cf a
Tsllroad. I will give tbem to you if you will pay for
taking op snd packing. I sold last aeaion. from on.
-acre, f 183.00. line sold 1 BOO. 00 per acre. I nave all
?tbe leading varieties. All orders received now will
receive a premium of some other kind. Look at the
-prices! JOOfor too, or 11.00 per 1000. Send caah and
'airc u. ujuuiiaua,
a. k wsa
Dr, A, J, Flagg's
COUGH AND LUNG
A Safo and Sure Remedy.
The Cough uml JLmtfr Syrup
Ia the retofdy tbat darlnff the pt fifteen yrirt hai
won for DIt. FLAQQ an extended reputation as a
HI'ECIALIHT for THROAT and LUNO Dlstaie Ar
ter to inftiiy yeari trial It can be truthfully laid that It
baa NEVER FAILED, even In the Woni Cibes. It
Is purely Veer table, and Ita effect upon the i;stem Is
a once Mootlilng uml Tonic.
It Will Cure a Common Cold
In a few hours, not by drying It up, but by rcmoTtog
It from the lyninn. TRY IT.
It Mill fJITIIaCu Chronic Cong-h, by tooth
ing the irritated parti, aud ttrcugthenlog the system.
It Will Cure Consumption,
Eren after all other remedial bare failed. In the
earlier stages of this disease It will effect a rpecdyand
certain cure; and In many cases of advanced Con
sumption 1U effect has seemed almost mlraculotta. re
atorlng to full strength aDd perfect health those whom
physicians had given up as incurable. TRY IT.
IT WILL CURE CATARRH
More effectually than anr other remedy, br simply
removing the cause. TBY IT.
II srlll Curs. IlroncUMI., by allaying all Irri
tation of the Throat. THY IT.
It vslll Cure AMuma, affording lmmediste
relief snd a perfect cure. TUT IT.
It Will Cure Ulcerated Sore Throat.
IT WILL CUBE Loll of Voice. XleLt
Nvrrata, Hectic Sv er.untl ull Nyuilitoau.
of Jon.anii,tlon. TRY IT.
s or Btery Allrcflou or me xur.nl una
X.hwc It only needs a trial to convince the most
skeptical of Ita wonderf nt curative properties
ltemember that it
Do. Wm. Ladd. a leading Drugglit of Clarcmcnt, cer-
tuiea as ioijawa;
For many years I hate known Sr. A. J. Flace as a
succeufal pra.ct.clDg physician, and can assure the
puhUe that hla re nresentations relatire to the Coueh
aud Lung Syrup can be strictly relied upon. It has
ueea uaeu in mm exieuaeu practice wun marreuouB
aucceas, aud I know it to be all that he claims for It.
it Al. HI. Xj&UV, Al. 1J,
CLaniMOKT, 27. II., September, 1871.
Da, Flaoo Mt Dear Sir: Your Couch and Lone
Syrup has prored a gitat benefit to me, glTlog relit f
from severe Coughs and Sorenera of the Luugs, when
all other rimcdlea and physicians had failed. I hare
never taken a medicine more pleasant to the taste or
more satisfactory In Its results.
rrepared only by
DR. A. J. PLAGG & CO.,
IT.ICF., SO CENTS. SOLD UY ALL DUCOOISTS.
Ml AD EG
sj iu rj
This standard article is compound
ed with the greatest care.
Its cirects arc as wonderful and as
satisfactory as ever.
It restores gray or faded hair to its
It removes all eruptions, itching
aud dandruif. It gives the head a
cooling, soothing sensation of great
comfort, and the scalp by its use
becomes white and clean.
lly Its tonic properties it restores
the capillary glands to their normal
vigor, preventing baldness, and mak
ing the hair grow thick and strong.
As a dressing, nothing has been
found so effectual or desirable.
A. A. IIa3-cs, M.D., State Assaycr
of Massachusetts, says, "The con
stituents aro pure, and carefully se
lected for excellent quality j and I
consider it tho Best PrtcrAitATiON
for its intended purposes."
Prico, Ono Dollar.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparation may lie
relied on to change the color of the
beard from gray or any othernndesir
able shade, to brown or black, at dis
cretion. It is easily applied, being in
ono preparation, and quickly and ef
fectually produces a permanent color,
which will neither rub nor wash off.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL &. CO.,
Soil t all Snzsiitf, ail tltlirl la UtUciall.
W. A. DUTTON,
Manufacturer ted Peiler In
Monuments, ITeadstones, Tablets,
And Varblo Work of all kinds wrought from tlie
cuoiceit gnaei oi Vermont ma iitutu am Die.
Of tnery Ttrlety, both uftUre and Scotch, hewn or
I biro constantly on bind one of the Hrpftt itocki
to be found In the 8Ute of FINISHED MAIIULE.
which U now ready for Inspection, and to which I In
rue lue attention oi tnose aoout w rurcDaie. iinita
boTlnitT from a nulabed atock aave the ditaPDOiotmeat
and ditiatlafactlon which 10 often follow the pur-
cuaieoi wore irom aietcnea, aciigna or pnotograpna,
u aim ia
9T .Tire I at I the Mteutauds of Our kmtmt
Aud my patrona will In all caica aave a zm equal to
at loaat 25 per cent of the amount which mint be paid
to travelling agents. I Invite purchaaera to (all and
examine mr cooda and Terlf t tbia atatement.
All ordcra promptly executed and aatlafaction guar
anteed. lffurblrt und AT urlillsril Slat MAX
VKMM and 1111 AC JtEX HIIELVO In great
variety, a urge noca aiways on nana.
W. A. DUTTON,
Shop near the It.B, Billion. 33
To exchange Furniture for a ulce Blarlt Horse.
DratUeboro, Stt,li. 37
STATE OF VERMONT, Marlboro, SS.
TAt Trotatf Cturl for told Dlitrlct.
To all persona Interested In tbeKatateof H. LOUISA
IIIOOINSON. late of Ilrattlcboro lu raid District.
xonsre nereoj no.ineu mat tuis unnri win acciae
niton the allowance of tne account of theKaeeotors
of the last Will of eald deceased and decree
distribution thereof to the persons entitled, at tbo
session thereof to be held at tho Probate omee in Brat.
Ileboro, on tho first Saturdsy of October. A. I). 1B7C,
vrhen and vihero you mar be beard In the premises,
If TOU fee came. 91 ASA KEYEH, Register,
STATE OF VERMONT, MARLBORO,
ss. The frobste Court for esld District.
To sit rjcrsona interested In the Estste of IIlnAM
IIASKINS, late of Wardsboro, lu raid District, de-
Vou are hereby notified that this Court will de.
Ide noon the allowance of the account of Marshall
Haeklns. Administrator upon said Katate. and de.
cree distribution thereof to the persons entitled, at tb.
session tuercoi to be neia at tne l'rouate omce in
Brattleboro, on tho lstt Saturday of September, A.D.
1B76. when and where vou tnav be heard In the nrem
lses,lf you seecause.
STATU OP VKIIMONT, Marlboro, SS.
Tic Prebatt Court for laid Dfifricf
To all persons Interested In the Estate of DANH'T.
I1AILET, late of Marlboro iu said District, deceased,
You aro hereby notified that this Court will decide
upon the application of Ohloe Bailey, widow of
said deceased, for the assignment of personal prop,
ertr from said estate, at tho session thereof to bo held
at the Probst, omce In Drattleboro, in said District,
on the last Saturday of Beptember,A,D. 1876, when and
where you may bo hoard In the premiafR If you
lee cause. 37 ASA KEYES, llcgllter.
ESTATE Ur FEIIDIKAAD TXIXII.
The underlined bavins been appointed bv the
lion. Probate Court for the District of Marlboro.
Commissioners to receive, exsmine and ad jus tall data a
and demands of sll persons sgalnst the Estate of Fer-
ainana Tyler, lata or urattleboro in said district, de
ceased,and all claims exhibited In offset therctc,bereb7
give notice that wo will meet for the purposes
aforessld at the omce of 8. N. derrick, In Brattle,
boro, on the 20th day of September and 2Ctu day of
January next, from 3 o'clock, P. M., until 4 o'clock,
P. M each of said days, and that six months from
the 19th day of July, A. D. 1876, la the time
limited by said Court for said creditors to present
tbelr claims to us Tor examination and allowance.
Dated at Brattleboro, this 13th day of September,
A. D. 1876.
8. N. UERniCE,
STAT OF DAVID JEFTS.
The uuderslimcd. bavlna ben aoDoioted br the
lion. Frobate Court for the District of Marlboro. Com
missionera toreceiTe,examlne and adjuat all claima and
demands of all persons against the estate of DAVID
JEFTS, late of Wardsboro In said district, deceased,
and all claima exhibited In offset thereto, hereby Rite
notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at
the dwelling houae of the deceased, on tho 30th day
of September and 4th day of November next, at ten
o'clock In the forenoon, each of eald days,
ana ma. hi mootus irom toe
ISth day of Autniit, A. D. 1876. Is the time limited
by said Court for said creditors to present their claims
to ua for examination and allowance.
Dated at wardsboro. this 26th dir of A a trait.
A. Aft iOlO.
A. J. DEXTER, 1
F. E. liniaUAMj Commissioners.
A FULL LINE.
&c, Sc., t&c, &c.
Coe's Phosphate and
Nova Scotia Piaster.
South Adams Lime,
(The best in tho market.)
Grass Seed I
A fmh stock Timothy, Clover, Ced Top and Hun
A SPLENDID ASSOUTUENT Or
t7 Remember tho placo.g)
Tyler' Rlock, Down by tliv IXrldge.
B. A. CLARK.
A Man Cured of Catarrh of Forty
EO BAD THAT IT IMPAIRED HI3 EYESIGHT,
MADE HIM ALMOST DEAF.
TBOCBLXD WITH ft
Xlropplng-a In Tbroaf, 8f ruu&rllng', Buzz
luff In llrucl, unit I'etid llreutli.
The COSETlTUTIOHaL Catabbr Himxdt li the first
article placed before the public that proposed to cure
Catarrh by building up the Cbmtitutton, It atruck at
the root of the whole difficulty, and tnoasande upon
thousands of letters hare been received by the propri
etors, setting forth the marveloue cures, aud, what Is
remarkable, curing not only the Catarrh, but all other
aiuneuia ai me ume nine, xdii ia wnac it ajwaya
does. The following statement la only a sample of
what we are constantly receiving, from well known
people to whom you can write, and not to bogus ones.
Catarrh and Its attendant eTtls. cold In head, hacainir
cough, incipient consumption, headache, pains Id
dsc a ana ioios( uizxiness, laugumneas, loaa oi appetuo
and general weak n nr. all leare together when the
Constitutional Catarrh Itemedy la taken aa recom
mended. Lowell, mass., Feb. 12, 1871.
Miiibi. LiiTLxriiLD k Co. : I bate been tnUrelr
cured of Catarrh by the use of the Constitutional Ca-
urrn iteroeoy, i naTe naa mor iony years, ana ao
aeverelr that mr eyesieht was ImDatrrd bT it. I waa
almost dead, my head waa at want stopped up. I
coma noi preaine ireciy, oiien at mgnt i couia noi
sleep, being kept awake by a dropping in my throat,
aometlmea so badly aa to almost strangle me. The
dlacharge from my noaa waa fetid and my breath waa
alwaya font I had. too, a continual Luattng In my
head, and headache almost all the time. During forty
years 1 have tried almost every medicine for Catairn
in the market, but without receiving auy permanent
bene Qt until I used Constitutional Catarrh Remedy.
After using two bottles I was very much relieved, and
used la all alx bottles, and am now comfuiiklt
cured. My eyeaight la good, I can hear as well aa ev
er I could, I have no disagreeable discharge from my
nose, no droppings In my throat, can breathe perfect
ly freely and sleep every night soundly. My general
health is better than It haa been for fourteen yeara,
and all owlajt to the Constitutional Catarrh Itemedy.
(Signed) EDWIN GOODWIN,
Dover st, Lowell, Maas.
Frlce $1 per bottle, A Pamphlet of S3 pages, giving
a Treatise on Catarrh, and containing Innumerable
casea of cures, sent rear, by addressing the Proprie
tors, LITTLEFIELD & CO. Manchester, N.H.
The Largest and Finest
Ever shown in this town, may bo etcn at
Job Printing Office.
Business Stationery and