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VOL. 1....N0. 2.
Manufacturers of nil kinds of
ciiAt'KiniM, iiiii:ai and cakhs.
llur Roods nre ninnufacluroil from tlincholccsl
select (Irndcs of I'loiir, and ns llo.idlcy knows
lust how lu make I hem, Micro will tin no doulil
In nhlnliiliik'n pjoil scli'Clloii.
I'uillcutar attention lo Mniiiifiicliulns 1'rost
In flip neatest sl.vle. All orders promptly at-
tended m. .i. s. Tin'ri.i:,
No. ss West, HI., Iliilland, VI. '
Ct "ium llniHii Hrend every linn nliiir, nnil
Sun.l.n ii i i i 111-, Iiolll A imlll ii o'clock. Ill) lilsin
A 1 N 'I' S S 1 G N S
UHOW CASES, COItNEll, CLOCK
I) und Mantle Shelves made to order, with
I 'lain or Moulded edict's. llli.U'Kins sailed In
dllTerolll stllOKllt Iin.UlllOUN'S
vnMoriiDiNGs fok HriritE
.Ll rriimln& Chromes, Lithographs, and
U'HTAIN COItNIOKS OF 1 1 LAC If
Walnut, or nil (lilt, made lo older. Cur
tain IHngs, Tassels and Cords. DHAKllOliN'S
EAHHOltN IS AGENT FOIt OAltD
N Kit's lViforatod ChalrSoat, forrcnoval
Insf over C'ad-l'lag or Hush liottom chairs.
Please lo call mid see them.
flrovo liloek 111'TI.ANH, Vt.
ltl'TLANI) .MAMTAdTHINll CO.MPANV,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
WOOD AMI CHAIN" SCAT CIIAIHS, IILI).
STILMIS AMI CHAIH STOCK.
Corner of West mid Forest His,
I.. Atmooh, Agl. (I. ('. l!n;in.Ki, Treas.
(). T. C It O S S,
.Maiiuf.ieluier of and Denier In
riNNiiiNo i.rMHKii, siiin(ii,i:s, i.ath,
CLAI'IIOAllllS, ANDSl'ltlVH Lll.MllljK,
IIOOltS.SASII, III.IMIS, MOl'I.I)
INIIS, IIIIAl'Kiri'S, WIN
HOW I'llA.MUS ,t
Seroll Kuvlng of all kinds, Planlnj, Maleliinsr
and (ItaxliiR done to.order. Yard nnd Mill Cor
ner of Union nnd Furnace. Streets, near Freight
Depot, Ilntlaiul, Vt. Mayld.twsin.
Manufacturer and wholesale and retail dealer In
HASH, DOOHS, 11I.INIW,
MOl'l.DINOS, ltllACKKTS, AM) HOt'Stll ri'l!
01' KVKXV M'.SCKII'TION'.
Kuiinack Htiiekt, llen.vsn, Vt.
Orders liy mall or otherwise promptly all elid
ed In. myldtt
.1. .1. GU1ND0N,
1) Ii A 0 If S M I T II .
Particular nltentlon paid to Horscshoclne;. All
work warranted, shop on
WEST ST., NRAIl OI.IVEI! M.lltlll.i: W011KS,
mayldr.m lilTI.ANI), T.
norsi:, MAX AND oiixamlxtal l'AlNTi:U,
(IliVININII ASH DECOUlTINfl, inau.stvi.es.
Kalsninltilngaml Hard Wood Finishing, (llaliii;
nnd (llas-i Staining.
M.irtell'sN'ew Ilulldlng', Cenler Street,
Itiitliind, Vt. muvldlm
LINCOLN IKON WOKKS.
MarliloMIll and HolMlntr Machinery of the
most lmporved eonstnietlon. Derricks nnd
puiiiplntr machinery, castings nnd general ma
Sleeland Iron Wire ltopo nt Manufacturer's
ltutlatul, Vt., Jlny 1, 1373. mayldtf
o. ii. m o it i: ii o v s n,
oppo-ilte central House - - Itl'TLANI), Vt.
rpiiK ih:st skwino machine in
the world. AVehavn tried Ihein. Can tin
itotcVci and pinum oom;;.
A It I) AV K Ii Ii 1I0USK.
C It A SITUS & S A I, S II U It V
Thn llAltDWCI.L IIOl'SP. Is located oppusllo
the Depot and has long been favorably known
to the Iniuilng jnihllc. It has Iieen recently
linproved, now iirtordlng tho best and most
ample accommodation to gues'jt.
The TAllf.i: will bo supplied villh all thn
luxuries of tho Season, and every ntleullun will
bo paid to the eoinlort of Its patrons.
In I ho lulure, as In tho past, the Proprietors
Intend lo make It a llrsl-class House affording
all the comforts of a homo to tho traveler. Tho
public patronngo Is solicited.
A (1001) I.IVi:itV in connection with the
Attenthe I'OltTUItS will be lound nt tho
Depot, on the nrrlwd of all trains,
I, A. Sii.sni'UV.
F Alt ME ItS' HOTKIj,
Viiekiht hniEKT, . . lirn.AND, VT.
A 1'IISST CLASS
M i: A T M A It If i: T
in iiuir.i. iitiii.iiixn.
mayldam J. II. Johnson, I'koi'kiktou.
J. W. riSlir.lt'H
N !: W DINING It O () .M S ,
Central Houso Iilock, Merchants now,
Warm Meals served at nil hours of I ho day
and cu'idioT, masld3m
.1. F. HTINHON'.S
I) I N I N (1 II A h h ,
(iuluu'.s liloek, Opposlto Iho Dujiol,
11HTI.ANI), - - Vi;itMONT.
Warm Meals sened al nil hours of th" day
and cu'hlng, mailiUw
N E W D.l N I N (J II A h h ,
In rooms formally occupied by .1. W. Fisher,
KINdHLHY A; Hl'llAdUirH HLOCK,
WAP.M MHAIJJ 81'.llVi:i AT Al t. IKIPliS.
C A 1) K N .
Wholesale nnd llelall Dealers In
OltnOUIttlW AND I'ltOVIHIONS,
t'ANNIlll rilt'ITS, I'lCKl.llS, Ac,
AND l'ANCV (I00DS.
Also, Dealers In
DKV (Kioiw, SHAWLS, DIHS (iOODS,
nosii:i!v, iii.ovns, ac, Ac
An nasnrlnu'iil of
(HINTS' FUllNISIIINO (i(X)DS
Coiislantly on hand.
roii mail sti:ami:i:s
tWIHIAI'TS I'OI! ANV AMOUNT ON Till:
HANKS OP HNOI.AND, IlllILANI), SCOTLAND
COIINLIt FIILKIIIT AND liVLLYN STS.
"WATTY'S N A 11 Oil 1'IC Ifl.KS,
I ) Crusse .V Hl.ickweH's Pickles, llalfnrd's
Woreewtersldre Sauce, Nabob H.iuee, In fact
nearly nil kinds of Lngllsh l'lekli's can be rnuiul
at It. W. MARSHALL'S
-1 Peaches, ltluekbeirles, ltasplicnles.l'iuins
llueklehen les. Also, all kinds or milts In -tiiiH.
foraaloat II. W. MAI.'SHALL.
mayld.twly drove street, llutlainl, Vt.
ITU.If HOItN .V JIAdNOI.IA I'l.Ol'It
J very choice, for sale at
iiiajldAwly II. w. MAKSIIAI.L'S'S.
rPKAS, from fit) cents In ijl.7."i;
j. (iround cori'Li:, at
II. W. MAliSllAI.L'S
Corner of (Hole and West Ms.
1 8 ii 7 . 1 8 '
O Ii I) It K I) S T () It II .
;i!oot-:u:s axi rjinvrsoxK
CIIII.M' KOIt ('AMI.
maytlf .Meiicihsts' I!ow.
.lOSKI'II II. (JUY,
S. HAYWAltD A CO.,
(!iioci:iui:s, phovisions, hay and wood.
Wasiiixiiion- St., ltrri.ixn, Vt.
U Ii T o n M A It I
m'NTON It HAYWAltD
All kinds of Meals,
Vlsh, Vegetables and
i runs in uieir season.
Klngsley A-Sprague's Mock, Merchants'
l'KTKIt K MoMANUS,
( It O C E It ,
And dealer In
P It 0 V I S 1 O N S ,
No. 93 West St., ItUTLAND, VT.
T 11. MUSSEY,' No. 11 Merclmnls'
11 How. (iroccrles nnd Provisions.
rilOI.ESATE FltUlT DEPOT.
Tho Subscriber lias mado arrangciaents lo
reccuo nil kinds or
bv thn enr.lond direct from llrst hands In New
York and lloslon, and Is prepared to nil orders
froni Healers 111 uuiiaiiii anil irom on ine lines
of Itallroads centering here, nt the Iiwesl
OltANOLS AND I.LMONS
llepacked and Warranted as. reprtseiiled.
1 am also iirenared to n.iv the liMiest rash
jirico lor roiaioes 10 snip in .miiikci,
II. 1'. HITCHCOCK,
Opmsltn tho Depot, -
Wliolesalo dealer In
CALIFORNIA WINKS AND HHANDV,
' IMIOIITKll AN11 WIIOLKHtMi IHlAI.EIt
CHINA AND .fAl'AN TKAS.
'Iho attention of Town Agents, Physicians
nnd Druggists Is especially culled to our wines,
as they aro unsurpassed for medical purimses.
coming irom ono of tho oldest vineyards
California. All goods guaranteed puro nut sat
Israel ory, or to bo returned nt my expense.
COHNKIt FIIKKIHT AND KVKLYN, STS.,
(Lnndon A Uuntoon's Block,)
Ilutlaud, Vt. in lit
Merchants using printed wrapping will do
well lo consult us before ordeilug, as wn make
us low tlgures us New York or lloslon Houses,
nnd give better accommodations In assorting
lots, while a great Having can bn mado on
frelghl, . (ILOHH PAl'isu co,
lIOTUHE l'HAMINO DONE WITH
J. Neatness nnd tasle, nnd ut reasonable
prices. Sumo now and beautiful btlesjustre
H. N, MKIUIIAM'SI.
UTI.AND MAltltl.E COMPANY,
Wltnl.KsAl.r. IIRAI.KIM IS
II LOO If i: SAAVED M A It 111, E.
H'Al:l!IE3 AND MILLS,
.1. N. IIAXTLl!, Supl. WI'.ST HI'TLAND, VI.
All (he grades of Hullnlid Marble, In the
sbapo of slabs of Mirlous thicknesses reipilred
for I'urnlliire, Mantel, nnd Decnrallvo Work, as
well ns Cemelery uses! nlso Cubic Slock for
.Monumental nnd Ilulldlng purposes, Including
liases, strips, nnd Posts, may tie found In our
5 aril at nil times.
Our pxlenslve arrangements for the produc
tion of Mnrhlc, In tho way of (Juarrjlng Ma
chinery, and Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
of saws, place us In tmsltlnn to Hiipplv the
wauls of (ho Trade, Wholesale and Itelall
Dealers, 'Hiilldcrs, Furniture-Men, and gen
eral Manufacturers will nnd It to their Interest
lo rnwir ns llh their orders.
lll'TLAM) MAIIIII.i: CO.
l.lYEIt JIAltllhE AND (lltANITE
AMEltK'AN AND l'OUEION MAItlll.E
TAin.irrs, FONTS, AC,
To order In any part or the I'nlted Slates with
out risk to Iho purchaser.
All work executed by lids establishment Is
done In the mosl Tiiommiii nnd autistic
So large a propoi Hun of our work Is now going
Into the City Ccinclerles In successful eompell
tlon Willi Iho best city manufactures Ihal otir
products are as famoiHand conspicuous for Ihelr
excellence, In Oreenwood Cemelery of New
York, Iturnl Cemetery of Philadelphia, and
many of the Western Cities, as throughout Ver
mont. And we present the fact of our constant
ly Increasing business, Juslllled by the I'NDOiui
xcKUKSCKof our work dining I ho past live
ars, ns the surest guaranty purchasers can
hai! of our faithfulness In (he future.
1 ItKAT.OI.OSINd OUT SVII.M
TIIEIIE Wll.l. HE Ol'KXKll AT
NO. u M HltCll ANTS' HOW,
On or aboul May si, a large stock or
UENEltAI, M r.ltOIIANDISE,
Which will be
S o I, II A T (JOS'
nr.om: out ,i iium.v i:sn.
(IEOHUE CIIAPIiAIN, .Ii:.,
T A I, I, 1 N 0 V 0 It I)
A. HILL A- SON
Will open on .Monday, May Mh, the now
oier Ihelr Kline, where will be dlsnlaied an
elegant stock of Pattern Hats, Ulbboiis, Flow,
ers, Frames, Hats. Ae. New York doods nt
alllngfoul prices. Also .Mens' and lios' Hals
mi, i vugis.
inning eniargeii ami linproud our
l0 shall Olicll on Hie sainn il.iv. tiui tlrllll.
.MESS', 1I0VS' ANII IIIII.I1IIENS' Sl'lTS.
( an glio n pond business suit for tin. and we
iiaio n gnoii linn or nner good. Kleganl Coals
mm r,sia uiiii uuu i.iuis.siiu iiavo reiiiou
And can now offer n full stock of Iadles',Mlsses'
unu cnunreirs snoes, uubbers and hllv.
pcrsj also. Men's and lloH'
Hoots and Shoes.
o it o o if i: it y
To open i also In slock, (llassware, Hardware,
iinissfeeu ami i iour. vie can gho t no lies
ui uargaius in
(IIIOCKHIKH AND FAMILY SUl'I'I.IKS.
Como nnd get a lbs. ot.tho best whltesugar ror
Yi, nun goou .in pan i en lor ui ccius. in, ji. ii o
liiiMisouiu not ns gooil for Ml cents.! Hut wo
cannot gh o i ou n list or our goods or prices, so
juu iiiusi can on ut nun sen iui our.ieiieH.
W A Ii Ii 1 N
(1 V O
A HPIiENDID LOT OP NEW HltAlD
JV 1N(1 DKSldNS, also ALPHAIIHTS, Just re
U. N, MKHHIAM'H,
KUTLAND, VT.f FRIDAY MOKNINU, MAY 2
WatrUfiS ami ymlxty
T II E T II n U a A
THAT Wll.t. HEAD
Tin: iiHTLAND oloiir,
Allow us to say that
O V It S T O It E
.MLIiCIIANT H'HOW, NF.AK THH IIUK-IIIVr.-
I' I N E WATCHES.
As Merchant .tewi'lcrs. wn urniinun nlwfit s In
be posted and slocked Willi nrilclos of
AUTISTIC AND INTHINSK) WOKTIL
SOI.ID HII.VEIt (IO0DH
From (lorhani A- Co., always sterling.
f V II J' I, A TED WA It ;,S',
CLOCKS, SPKUTACI.i:, AC, AC.
HEN If. CHASE ii CO.
A I I, E Y tc P A It M E N T llt S
S I I, Y E It S M 1 T II S.
Weh.uelhe largest and best a'sortmenl ot
alches eicr ollered In this In.irkit.
(I OLD CHAINS,
laigo supply, embracing eveiy variety of
.1 E W E I, It Y ,
In ilili abiindaiiee, and moio coining.
SM.VEIl n.TEIl ANII S1EEI, KOIt T1CI.E WE.
our Mock Is large, and we sell al lowpilies.
R I I, V E It (! O O I) S.
hii.vki: hI'oiins (ir (ipp. ntts MANtirAintjiK.
HOdKllS' IlliOTHKIlS PLATKD l'OHKl
Tea Sets, Castors, Ac, all the best.
S V V. C T A O I, i: S
To lit thosu who cannot see well.
A new thing without rrauies. Very dcslnole.
an nun see iui oiusciies ui
11A1LKY AND PAUMKNTKlt'H,
II Mehciiants' now.
ma) tilt I
WATCHES CHKAI'Klt THAN HVKH IIKFOI K
MAItSIIAI.Ii & OADY'S.
Who liae lust received a large and eleguut
slock, open cases with Hat glasses, In Imtli
ShIss nnd American, Key ami sieiu wnuicrs,
NKW ASSOltTJIKNT OF CHAINS,
(101.11 SKTS, HINdH, PINS, AC.
Solid SIHcr and Hllier Plalcd Ware.
A lino lino or lllack .lenelrv In horn and .lei
Call at the old stand ol Clark llros. s Marshall,
corner .Merchants now ana west street.
inaynmn maiishau, & uahv.
SON HAVE A NIC!
WATCIIKS AND CHAINS,
lEN'EUtY, CLOCKS, SPKCTACLES
dUNs, cAitTHiinr.s, hasoiis,
noun sii.vKii an'o tni.visii (uiw wake.
WATCH IS, C'I.O(!KS AND .IKWKI.UV
Itcpalreo In u workumnllko manner, and en-
I'riil Imp i'vi'Clitml nniilK' '
Our cuslouierH will lfnd us over 0. A. Park-
hurst's store, unono lllirht or stairs, wheio out
rents como cheap, and nocauglio ourpatrom
inu in-iii'iiL ui ii. in uur nnv prices.
Cull and sen us 'it your earliest convenience,
ADAMS AND SON,
No. 31N MKitciUNia' ltow, III' HrAiiis.
P I T TH V 0 H I) V UHNAd E ,
.1, ItlUCIIAltl), I'liOI'ltlKTOIt.
CHAltCOAIi PIO IKON,
riTTHFOlll), VT, iiinyldSin
(ltAND .Ml'SlCAL l'lCS'l'IVAL.
To be held nt I ho
TOWN HALL, JUTLAND, VT.,
Commencing on Monday Hie., May 12, nnd clos
ing Friday Ke., May Hi, 1S73, under the direc
tion or Iho celefiriiled eondilclor
Mil. CAUL ZIlllllAHN, of ltosiov, Mass.
I'icsldent, John N. Il.nlcr. ltutland. 1'. A.
Fisher, see. K A. Morse, Treas. (leorge A.
Mlet7kle, Musical Coiniiilllee. On which occa
Hlon the following eminent artists, whose repu
tation Is unrivaled, w HI appear.
Mine. .Iknnik Van Zsiir,ITIma Donna, lateof
Hie J'arepa Itosa I'.ngllsh Company.
MME.IrtH imltVTitEKi Soprano of Dr. Chapln's
Church, New Vol k,
M. 1'inxz IlKiiMFirrr, Harltone or Trinity
Church, New York.
Mk. W. II. Fessenuen, Tenor of thn Harun
-Mil. A..). Piiut.iis, Tenor of Iliillngoii.
Mk. (Ieo. A. Mirtzkh nnd Mil. S. ('. Mooiik,
I'lnnlsts. Prof, K. n, lliuikv, Organist. Tho
OKHMANIA HAND, of Huston.
, Tin I.KAUisn Mfsimssnf the state will also
Till! LAHOKST CHOHFS
Kht assembled In Vermont will render the
Choral music, In n style not excelled at nnv
prcMous musical gathering. On Frldai after
noon, Mny lillh,
FIVK lir.NDIir.D ITP1LS OF Till! Pl'HLIC
Wlllparllclp.ile, and this, In connection Willi
thenppearanceor Ihu artists, will make one ot
the plensantest featuies of Hie festival.
Tllllln: (IIIANI) CONCKHTS AND .MATINKKS,
on Wednesday, Thursday nnd Friday.
Lady JI, (lentleman, ii, admlltlnir to Choi us
SINdl.l! SL'ASON TICKKTS, .1.
Admitting tn all Itehcarsals, Jlatlnces mid Con
eeiij, Matlneo tickets, N els. Concci t Tickets-, els.
Matinees commence precisely at 2'4 oVlock P.
m. Cniicct Is nt 8 p. in.
J 11. MEEIfElt,
PIANOS AND OIKIANS
Sold cheap for cash, or on easv terms, wllh
monthly or iiuarlei I) Insi ailments.
KVKHY INSTHH.MIINT WAHL'ANTKD.
Sent imstpaldbym.ill to nnv part of I he count rv
on receipt or the retail price.
ciii iicii ciioiii, Rtitnmi mi mv school
Furnished al publisher's loesl rales.
CP' A liberal illscmini
Teachers mid clergjiiicn.
In Ht-hiNjIs, Alllsle
Solo afenl III liutl.ind fur Morrafs unrivaled
.SKWINd MACIIINK NKKDl.KS,
or all kinds
Wairanled the best. Patenled In Hiigland and
America, Sent by la. ill loan) address by
,1. II. MKKKl'.It,
No. 8fl Mel chants' How.
OIMIANS TO KENT
K. X. MKIIKIAM'S.
HIE PIANO SELECTED I'Olt I'SE
nt Hie coming Festival Is the IIKCKKIt
1III0S. H. N. MKltl.'IA.M sells lliem.
HAXTElt NATIONAL HANlf,
- - .jllOO.OW).
II. Hesiiv 1Hti:ii,
II. I'. Ixnuiioi'.
I. W. Cumins',
N, T. SI'KAIll'E,
II. KlSllsl kv,
W. C. Dl'NTIIV,
W. C, LiS'iioN.
.1. N. HlM'EK,
T. W. Pake,
(Iko. 1 Hoick,
(Ieokiie It. Don I'M,
(( L LK(,'TIONS
M.ule and icmlttcd (or nt Loesl Urates.
INTEIIEST AI.I.OUKII OS TIME IH.I'OSITV.
A general llauklii
nnd llu'haiige business
II, Hesiiv Haxieii, Presl. .1, X, luxi Ell, V
(Ieoiiiii: II. Hottl'ji, C.isldr.
Uso Iteune's Pulii-Killing .Magic Oil.
" mrla IHv ii Clmtm."
Hale to Use and delicious to cure Colds.
Hafo to uso and delicious lu cum Cramps.
salo lo use and delicious lo euro Catarrh.
Saro to use and delicious to cure Contusions.
Hata to usu and delicious to cure colic.
Safo to uso and delicious In euro Croup.
Sato to use nnd delicious to cuio Cough.
For Soro Throat, mix ltenne's Magic oil with
water, and uso tor gargling tho throat, and lu
severe cases swathe Die lliloal at bed tlmo wllh
thrcnor lour thicknesses of ilannel wet with
Ilia Magic Oil This prevents bronchial dim
cutty, and cures canker lu Iho Throat ami
stomach, and promolcs digestion.
Heinle's Palii.Kllllng Magic Oll-Neuralgl.i.
Itennu'a Paln-Kllllng Magic Oil Hhcumatlsin.
Iteniiu'a Paln-Kllllug .Magic (ill sciatica,
ltenne's Paln-Kllllng Maglo 011-CliIlbhtlns.
Iteiino's P.ilu-Klillng Maglo oil Sprains,
ltenne's Piilu-Kllllng Magic Oll-lleadaehe.
ltenne's I'uln-Kllllng .Magic Oil Toothache,
Ho sure and get Iho genuine. Sold by all lion
est and prosperous diugglsts, merchants and
grocers. Manufactured old) by W.M, 1IKNNI!
ti. SONS, l'lllslleld, Mass.
f I1A0S. Wo Imvo now 111 stock mi ussoit
A. ment of Deniilvin's Patent Dltecllon
labels nnd Merchandise Tags, which wo will
sell at manufacturer's prices.
Wo have also a good slock of " 1'hllllp's Se
curity Hook-Tugs," n very coincident uud scr
Ucenblo article lor incrchaiils. Among Its ad
vantages are; (loods can bo nibio readily inaik
cdlhauliyauyuthermeiinsj tho tag It so se
curely locked that It ciiuuot become detached
from Iho goods; no chance of Iho lug becoming
deluched from Iho huikj no Kilnta projecting
to tear other goods or )our lingers. They nre
safe, Mrong and cheap. Call nnd examine
Iheui. (iloiii; I'Ariiii to,
'XirANTED. Dry (IimhIs Cleik Inmieill.
V utely. An lApeilenccd man prefeired.
. o. llox sml.
I'lilDAY MOIINIXO, MAY 3, 187!).
The llrollieilMMid or l.ocoiiiiili t lln.
Tho llrotlicilmoil of the I'lHillmanl, wits
liistltiiteil nt Detroit, Michigan, August 17,
18(111. Tho original (oiisllltitlon.niliullk'il.
cnglnccru, llicnicn nnd machinists. This
feature did not meet lliooxiieeliitloiisof Hie
originators, nnd ut a enTlaj mooting of tho
Oranil Dh Won, held ut Detroit In Peliruary
18(11, iidliiiHotl Was limited lo ciiglnceisi
only, nnd nt Hie following nniiual inciting
Hie iimne of the (irganl.atliin wns changed
to the "llrollieiliooil of Liieomotlve En-
gmeers." 'Iho conslltiitlon nnd liy laws
were lev iscd and the whole fraternity was
placed upon n now and nlid iass. ChaikM
Wilson of Itochester N. Y, was elected
Chief Engineer, nnd has held Unit position,
devoting )is vvliolo tlmo and eneigha lo Its
duties since. The iiduilrnlilo manner of
conducting Us tilTali-M lindei' Ids direction
lias I'l'iuleiod him Immensely popular wllh
the lirollieihood and he Is deservedly held
In high regard. In 180(1 still fuither Int.
portant changes were made, re-modeling
the whole working or the order making
It really n school of cngitupva,
Jinny of the tllMons have established
lilirurles containing mechanical nnd other
Useful winks, lending to Improve ami per
fect the several members in the profession
und lodevcloplhciriiiliids. It seems to be
the endeavor lo tiring the organization lo
such a standing, that it will be a sulllcicnt
guarantee, that any individual holding u
certificate of membership $ n all respects
(inalilled to 1111 any po-lllonusa locomotive
I'he objects sought to lie accomplished
aie mutual assistance and relief, and to
combiiii) the interests of Locomotive En
gineers; to elevate their standing as such
and their characters ns men, Tho high
alius of tills brotherhood of toll in one of
the highest forms of inilu-tl y.und one of the
most Important fields of activity nre com
mendable. Another purpose sought lo be
accomplished is the promotion of the kind-
lle.-t lelatliuis between engineers und the
railway oflloiaK as well as to render more
secure the Interests of life nnd propeily
committed to their cine. These objects
must ceitalnly scenic the respect of every
This llrotherhoinl, by its commanding
position, growing numbers and widespread
inlluence for good, is forcing Itself upon
public attention, nnd it should, for it is of
general impoitance. The strong muscles.
the controlled nerves and (pilch minds of
the men who hold the reins of the
locomotive cannot be ignored. The great
busy woild of Unfile and travel und
1 lie B:i"i I'd lives of thousands me in their
bands. They nre heroes, putting them
selves at the post nf pcill for Hie sake of
others. How many a beio is found in
ii,,,;,. .limriinS it eerlnin dcalh. bis
hand grasping the throttle and the lever.
Tht'.v mo grand, but offluu's iihsniic, mi.
published beiiH'S whom the win Id 'should
honor. The eye must be ipilck In watch
iignliist "dangers nhe.nl," und the ear icady
lo bear any unttsiial sound and every power
strained to the utmost tension to guide Iho
railway train over dangerous chasms and
steep ravines, fearful bridges, ilovvn
perilous grades, through nv fill cuts und
around curves where steady band and ipiiek
mind should giiidejhein. In every revolu
tion of the wheel, the engineer skills the
Ynlley of the Shadow of death." A
broken rail, nil embankment given nway,
a sudden flash from tho headlight Ihal
comes sweeping around the corner and the
door of death swings open to him. Coitr
age, boldness, manhood, pluck which par
take of the old Itoman idea aie regained
nndwcsav "Cod ble-s nnd preserve the
The organization is simple in its char
acter consisting of a National Division
having supervision of all the- subordinate
divisions in tho whole country. There are
hut tluee or four divisions In Ycrmont, the
(list of which was instituted at ltutland,
October 18, lSlKi, under the name of ltut
land Division No. 81, which now consist
of 40 members, over which William 11.
Thrall, one of its eailiest members and most
zealous promoters, presides, as Chief En
gineer. ' This division has woikcd its way
uniibstiiisively in our midst with no effort
to attract attention, only at their annual
public Installation of otlleers, or a social
festival and on one occasion a gathering
of the whole fialcrnlty, In Ycimont and
vicinity when public leligious eerclses
were held ut the Congrcge.tio'ial Chinch,
tho ltev. .1. (iihsou Johnson pleaching be
fore them an appropriate discourse. Tills
gat lining, although it took place upon Hie
Sabbath, was marked with ah order and
decorum particulaily observable, callln
forth favorable comment from till who
witnessed the display. So far at least as
this coinnumity have known the workings,
and seen its public demonstrations, the
ltutland Division has honored itself and
the motto it bears upon its banner, "Do
unto others, as you would that others should
do unto you and so fullll tho law."
Wo call attention to tho Hrotheihood at
this time in the view of Ihelr social festival
which is to lie held at the ltutland Opera
House on Tuesday evening, May B, that
our leaders may fully understand the or
ganization nnd its piinciples. The organ
ization has Its social featuies, and ut suitable
times and seasons the members gather to
gether w llh their families and friends In Ihu
enjoyment of tho courtesies of life.
Such U the gathering on Friday evcnln
lu obedience to st card Issued inviting to a
"(lr.mil May Day Hall, nt the ltutland
Opera House on Prlday evening May S,
187;). The celebrated Hall's Hand of Hos.
ton are lo furnish tho music. Grand Mnrch
at 8 o'clock. Tickets to Hall iJl.fiO; to Gal
lery BO cents." Supper nt the Hate's House.
Pico leturn checks over all cnuout ltall
This festival Is probably to fill out tho
programmo announced last winter, which
a largo number of fi lends from abroad
were prevented from attending by reason
of a severe piiow storm on tho evening an-
nolntcd delaying the nillwnv trains so us
to prevent their arilval, although largo
numbers wcro on their way, It U to bo hoped
that our friends of the Hrotheihood of
Locomotive Engineer s may havo "ausplc
lous skies and a "jony goou time.'
tH 1 1)1)1, IITOW.'N.
The prospect forstunincr vlsltore here Is
encouraging. The Moiitveit Hotel Is to be
under the management or Mr. 1). DoolHUc
of New York who -has had Inrgo expert
Mice In hotels. Tilts house will 1K! open
for guests June 1st. Nothing will be left
undone to make lis palions feel nt home.
The "Monheii" Is located on an eleva
tion ovcilooking the village. It Is built up.
on the most improved plan, and has two
bundled aigo airy rooms wllh all modern
conveniences-gal, vvaler.nnd batlies,and is
newly furnished. The gi omuls are extcnslvo
and nfTord ample room for play and exer
cise. The famous mineral springs are but
a few rods distant, affording thn Invalid
the water fresh from the fountain.
The pleluicwpte mountain scenery nnd
COTllent road around MliUlletowu afford
llnedilvcsto Lako Austin and Ilomosccn
where good llshlug Is abundant.
Tho people aie hue-hlng up their resi
dences and grounds In preparation for the
approaching wateilng season.
The Mlddlelovvn cheese factory has id-'
icady one hundred cheese ready for mail;.
'''' 'V' "
Allow us your noighbois to gicct vou
to extend the light hoad of fellow sldp-to
welcome you In our midst. With all our
boasled wealth, our business cnterpilscs,
und our central and commanding location
we nre dependant upon those outside fir
' daily news. We have two ns good
weeklies as can bo found, but in this go
ahead lightning age, these cannot satisfy
our cravings for Hie news of the hour. We
say again- welcome. We shall not be jeal
otts of ltutland even if she does outsblp
Whitehall. We will endeavor hcicaflcr to
show up some things wlieiein we possibly
may excel you. uriiKK.v.
ltev. T. C. Poller formerly of Itullaud
who has been, the ai coplublc pastor of the
Methodist Church nt Williston has been
assigned by the Troy Conference, to Win
The funeral of ltev. .1. L. Mnynurd, pas
tor of the Congregational Church was nt
tended by a very huge concourse of people
on .Monday last. The services at Ids resi
dence were conducted by ltev. M. II.
Iliickham Picsldent of the University or
Ycimont, and at the Church, by ltev." .Mr.
Mr. Torrcy of lllnesburgh, ltev. Mr. Wil
lard of llciuiinglon, and ltev. Clark E.
l'Vrrin, 1). I), of lllnesburgh. Mr. Mny
nard bus been a very acceptable minister
or the Gospel formanyyears nnd vvashigh
ly esteemed by bis people and his clerical
brcllu en of tlie Winooski Association most
of whom were picsent nt bis funeral.
Tub Aismv Hkcniiin-.s at Xkvv H.ut.n.
The following is the olllcial programme
for the army leunious nt New Haven,
Conn., net month:
I iic.sii.iy p. in., -May Hi. Annual meet
ing of tho Society of tlin Nlnlh Corps nnd
Hiirnslde i:pedlllnii nt "l.onmls'.s Tcinulo
ll.inqiiet in Iho evening nt Alumni Hall
of Yale College. Downing of New York
Wednesday, .Muv 11 11 o'clock n. in.
.Meeting of Iho Xiitlnmil Council of Ad
ministration of the (Irani! Army of the
1U o'clock in. Meeting of the Xational
Encampment Grand Army of the Itcpublie
:it the Stale House.
;i o'clock p. in. .Meeting of the Society
of the Army of the Potomac nt Music
o'clock p. m. Conceit given by Ad
miral Koote Post Xo. 17, G. A. It., at Mu
sic Hall, in honor of distinguished vis
itor's, Gilmore's Hand of Huston.
ill o'clock p. in. Army of the Potomac
banquet at Alumni Hall, Yale College.
Vfter the liantpiet "Hummer's March" and
serenade to prominent otlleers.
Tuesday, May 1.1 0 o'clock A. M. Par-
adeofPost Xo. 17, G. A. It., for escort
10 o'clock A. M. Mcctingof the National
Encampment G. A. It.
1 o'clock P. M. Dress parade and review
id Second ltcgimcnt Connecticut National
1) o'clock P. M. Grand Hall at Music
The city aulhoiilics have invited Presi
dent (limit, Generals Sherman, Sheridan,
McDowell, McClellan and Hooker, the
Secretaries of War nnd Navy. Admiral
Pinter, Governor l)i, and the Governors
of New England.
A Lvkok lli.Asr.- -.Mr. Thomas, foieman
of tho Welch Co-operative Slate com-
pany, located near Williams Brother's A:
Co,,' Slate Ledge, lu Poillluey, a few days
shue put in a hlat using 10 lbs., powder,
which moved a rock In two pieces weigh
ing Hit) t J Ions, -ono Iilock IS feet long SM
feet deep and ',';) feet wide. Allowing ten
tons to the car hud, it would load a team
of nil's two miles long. This company
have Just llnlshed working up ii largo block,
they moved list May with one blast, from
which they made 1S00 square ot slate.
Sum- von O.u.iKonsi.v. -The Ilmllng
tou h'lie I'ivh says: Stjme notice has been
given in the papers of the recent sales of
line sheep from this State for California.
It may not Iki generally known that tho
llrst,licep sold for that market werolmught
of L. S. Drew of South Huillngton, and
he has mado sales for three years in suc
cession. Henry Thorp and Henry Newell
of Shelburn have also furnished some sti
pcrlor sheep from their, flock; and Chitten
den county has sent to California as val
uable flocks as any county hi the State.
A Sad CAbK.Wo learn from tho llur
lington Free I'niu of an extreme and sad
cose, occasioned by the hnpassablu roads,
occurred lu Harthind, during some of the
llrst days of tho past mouth. Mrs. James
Hndgnian was taken sick mid died before
any physician could reach her, and neigh-
hoi's had to carry a collln hung to poles on
their shoulders, for several miles. No
clergyman could get there, and she was
burled on the premises. Capt. Win. Sav
age, of Windsor, a brother of tho deceased,
mane two ciions to get to ine nousu oi inn
sister, and only succeeded hi the second by
crawling some id tho wny ou Ids hands and
knees, arriving after sho Imd been burled.
Pit ICE Til RICE OICNTS.
1I'i:i.ix(iton. Merchants begin to com
plain of tlie dust, and call for the "snilnk.
Mrs. Luclna A., wife of S. M. Pope,
Esq., died on Saturday Inst nt the age or M
Dr. It. Cresson Stiles who was professor
In the .Medical Department of the Culver
pity of Ycrmont rrom 18.17 to IHOVS, died
April 17th at Westchester, Pennsylvania.
Daniel C. Llnsey, Esq., has accepted the
stiperintciidency of streets.
H. H. Howe, the former successful Pro
prietor of the American Hotel has taken
tho Alburgh Springs hotel. He will open
Hie house for vWiors during tlie latter part
A resident of Chainplaln street got roar
ing drunk the other night and pitched his
wife out of doors, somewhat injuring her
The term of the County Court, Chief
Justice Pierpolnt lucsidlug, adjourned 'c
(lie. The Court of Chancery, after calling
the docket, was adjourned to Mondav, May
OiinanP. Hay of Winooski imd Hubert
ltobcrts of Hurllnglon have been appoint
ed -Masters In Chancery.
MoXII'kUKIt AND ItlTI.AXI, lt.MI.HOAO.
The St. Albans Mmvngcr, lu speaking of
this road, says : "The friends of tills road
and the public generally, may be ns-tircd
there will be no trouble about the nss,.s,
ment upon the towns along the line of this
route for the preliminary survey, if Mont
pel ler and ((inland come to' time. The
other towns have already filled their asses
menls and are ready for the woik. It Is
understood the money can be paid over as
soon as wanted."
TheMontpcller.wrW, in noticing tlie
above paragraph, Huts suggests to the peo
ple of Mnntpelier: "In Hie canvass which
we nre making for a road north, we should
not forget the claims of tlie road from here
to ltutland. We have personal knowledge
that tlie people along tlie line of this road
are fully alive to the importance of build,
log it, nnd we think we know our people
well enough to know that they will not be
backward in doing their full share in this
Addison Count) ,
Tlie Addison Association of the Congo
gatlonal ministers was held at the residence
of ltev. Dr. Webber, nt Mlddlebury on
Tlie Addison County -Marble Company
have taken the Ileldcn Rills Maible com
pany's mills, and will bereafler operate
Tho llristol butter buyers have com
menced their legular weekly receptions
Among, the patents recently IsmuiI to
Ycrmontcrs, is one to .1. T. Hawkins, Sal
isbury machine for making spool blanks
A Frenchman, named Piciuil, died in
Oiwcllou l'liday tlie 18th Instant, aged
above one hundred years. He was, proli.
ably, the oldest man living In Addison
Thomas Staflonl, of llridjioi I, with nine
teen traps, lias caught, lliis spring, two
liundri'il and three' luiiskmls, live minks,
und some twenty black skunks, nil within
three weeks' time.
Isaiah Clark, one of the older citizens of
Addison where lie was much respected for
bis substantial worth, died in that town on
Fiiday April 18lh at the ripe age of 7.1
A brass band has been organized ut Man
chester. The subject of a centennial celebration,
In Peru, the coming summer, Is again agi
tated. Unfits A. Lamb, long superintendent of
the North lleimington Hoot c Shoe Co.,
died lu that village, recently. He was a
man greatly respected.
Ten divorces were granted nt the recent
term of tlie county court.
A small house owned by Henry Williams
of Westminster, lias been destroyed by lire.
Insured for $400.
liy an act of the hist Legislature, Prof.
Henry Fnhbanks is authorized to stock
Passumpsle river with black bass, between
the upper dam in SI. Johnsbury and Ca
hoon's Falls in Lyndon, and has the ex
clusive right to catch such il-h between the
(mints named hi said liver, for and dur
ing si years from the passage of the net.
The llnrdvvick Utjvrter alleges that Dr.
. J. Hyde recently moved from East
Hardwick lo St. Johnsbury, to avoid (lay
ing taxes on his property, slating bo had
been told liy prominent St. Joliltsbuiy men
that ho could get into the Iit there for
11,000, "whereas be should go in for 10,-
000 or more."
Sixteen divorces were granted at the ic
cent term of the county couit.
The new "National ll.uik of llairc"will
soon be lu operation, r.legnnt hanking
rooms arc being titled iqi for it.
ltichard Dillon, for 117 years sexton of
Trinity Chinch, Huston, has become a
resident of .Mnntpelier. He formerly ic-
slded al East Mnntpelier, and ere he left
tho "Hub" received many substantial
tokens of the deservedly high esteem in
which lie was held there.
Eight months or the euricnt fiscal year
of the Ycrmont Mutual Insurance Com
pany have gone by, nnd the assessment of
one per cent, covers all tlie losses during
that time, which Is ugood fortune few mu
tual companies can boast of.
Windsor Count) .
The Directors of the Windsor County
Mutual Fire Insurance Company, at their
recent meeting, ordered an assessment of
two per cent, to meet the losses the past
year. This Is below the into of any com
pany hi the country, and below its own
A Chicago druggist, whoso cleik's "nils
take" cost a woman her life, has lioeii sued
for 4-2.1,000 by her husband.
Tlio farmers' movement lias penetrated
the far South, and the Patrons of lUmban
dry have organized granges lu Georgia,
Alabama and Mississippi.
Political journals throughout Iho West
aro qulto generally pledging themselves
to opposn the re-election of any Congrcs-.
nuui vvho voted for the back salary.