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THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 187!).
TK11M3 IN AHVANCK.
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Address OI.01IU PAFKlt CO., Itutiniid, Vt.
Georgia has repealed her usury laws.
Will Vermont seriously reflect upon this
matter until our next Legislature meets f
Juilgo Shlpnian, judge of the United
States District court for tho district of
Connecticut, has loslgiicil his position.
Cause, Inadequacy of salary ,.'I,(!00
which sum ho found Insuflleient. for the
support of his family nnd the education of
hlsihlldicn. Some of our readers will
recollect tliat Judge Shipman picsided nt
the Inst Oetohcr session of tho Circuit
court in this place, nnd that all present
ueic favorably Impressed with his ability
from the promptness and celerity with
which he despatched the business of the
court. Hon. Nathaniel .Shipman, of Hart
ford, a l.iwyer of eminence, Is bis succes
sor lion, .lames Lawrence Oir, United
States minister tit St. Petersburg, wiio died
in tint city list Monday, of inflammation
of the lung', was born nt C'r.iytonvllle, S.
C , in lST'J. lie was educated, studied law,
pu'.lishcd a nev.sp iper, ami served sW
terms in emigre v. lie was speaker of tlie
!!"!h congie.-s. Mr. Orr sided with the
.South during the war, and was one of the
peice ' omml-sloners who visitivl Washing
ton nt lis commencement, lie was nftcr
wnrdi at the head of n lcbel illle legiment,
fiiv' v. elected to the Confederate
iim:res. Prom In 1808, lie
sine ins pi.ivlsioiitl governor of South
Ci!'..llu.i, by PiesMenl Johnson's iipp.n'nt
mral. Mr. Orr was one of Hie most generally
p ipuler of nil the recun.-lrucled.
nth j:i:t co.n.ii ismo.i:k.
The trustees elected or uiiileituok to
elevf a stieet coiiinils.'mncr on Monday
evening. Tho.-c who wanted the succoss
ful candidate elected went home satisfied,
while tlne who did not want him elected
revoked the appointment and made
another. The fiiends of the first chosen
still consider him duly elected, and not
having had any notice that another meet
ing was to have been held, are of Hie opin
ion tliat there was no subsequent meeting.
We do not know about it. We. cannot uu
tlioritlvely say, not being at cither meet
ing, whether some of the trustees held u
meeting for revoking or are only joking.
If the trustees do not know who is stieet
commissioner, or whether there is one or
not, outsiders cannot be expected to settle
what they cannot agree upon themselves.
They might remedy the diillculty by call
ing another meeting, making it public,
letting in everybody and tho reporters, nnd
when tho people saw It all set out before,
them in the papers next morning they
would know who tho btrcct commissioner
In making that appointment special re
gard should be had to fitness. Doubtless
the two street commissioners already elect
ed would answer excellently, either of
them, "if 'totlicr dear charmer were away."
Hut another election might result In choos
ing somo other person, and hence wo take
this opportunity to emphasize tho matter of
fitness. The ofllec la very important. Ex
perience and business capacity are wanted.
The interest of the village is to bo consult
edno private ends, no stocking political
cards. We want judicious, tip-top attcu
tion to tho streets this year. We want a
commissioner who either understands the
business or can quickly learn, and who
will put men to work for business pur
poses. Sinco writing the above wc learn that
thetrustess have held a meeting nnd unani
mously elected Isaac Gibson. He lias had
largo experience in making and repairing
l'ASHCS TO JVIiV.V.S.
Wo have not made any nttack oivtho ju
dicinry of Vermont. Wo have spoken of a
faulty principle involved In the carrying of
railroad passes by judges who might have
railroad cases to decide. A man with a
pass naturally feels complimented. It
shows that he is distinguished from bis fel
lows, and It tliereforo possesses u value
much above Its intrinsic worth. A grate
ful feeling connects the owner with the au
thors of the pleasure, it Is also very con
venient and gratifying to be able to step on
a train and take a rido when nnd wheieyou
please, without expense. If n judge should
have n case before him, with a railroad thus
favoring him on one side as a patty, he
might lie fearful that he would bo thought
to favor the road, because he hud npass;
and therefore unconsciously suffer himself
to lie biased against the road. It Is re
ntal keel tliat Vermont decisions have fre
qucntly seemed to incline to bovcrlty to.
wards railroads, In both judgment and lan
guage. ' So positive -of this is a certain
newspaper, that In a "feeble protest,"
Wednesday morning, it pointed to Vermont
decisions as evidence that thu judge.) had
not favored railroads. If they opposed
them, it Is no better, ltallroads should be
truated as well as any other paitles in
couit. They should not be obliged to give
passes to judges and their families, through
either fear or favor. It is not easy to per
ceive how u judge, with a pass In his pock
et, can preserve that perfect impartiality
which leans in no degieo either way. Judge
Collamcr once adjourned a case to the til
' ternoon, because his pass, which had been
presented to him by one of the parties, was
interfering with tho proper working of his
mind. In thu Interval, he leturned the
pass, saying he could not try the case with
it in ids pocket.
Tho argument founded on the meagie
nes3 of tho judges' salaried bears on tho
question of raising them, and not on tho
pass question. If tho judges' salaries nro
too small, they should be Increased. To
suggest as n reason for passes that tlie
state does not pay enough salary, and
tliereforo tho railroads must help, Is equiv
alent to snying that tho judge must depend
partly on tho statu, and partly on gratui
ties from corporations liable constantly to
Itccomo parties In his court.
Tho fact that Vermont judges have trav
eled frco ever since railroads were built In
tho state, has doubtless led many judges to
accept passes without considering tliat
theio was any indellcucy hi so doing. Jlut
a custom not right in Itself requires some.
tnmg more than ago to set It right,
tiii: naiiahy sv.vs.vnt:.
Hon,;Jolm F. Fornsworlh. of Illinois, Is
lncohsIs,ltujt. "lie trnnsfcr,libj "back pay"
to the county treasuries In his district. If
ho had taken ,tho ground that tho money
bclmigott'to hlnif and that he wished to be
generous, no fault could be found j but
when he publishes a letter denouncing tlie
back pay as an "act of mutual bribery by
an expiring Congress and a recently elected
President," wo pause to Inquire why ho
took tho bribe? The letter nnd tho gift
have the nppcaranco of a double stroke of
policy. The Hon. John F. purchases tho
good opinion of his constituents with
money be thinks ho ought not to havo In
Ids pocket j and as for tho virtue of It
why, tliat Is in his letter! so thcie is
both virtue and profit.
Mr. Fnrnsworth thinks the I'icsldent de
served impeachment for signing tlie bill,
nnd that the people have a right to bo in
dignant and wrathful, because, among
other tilings, they have "immense public
debts, national nnd state nnd local," ex
cellent reasons why Mr. Fnrnsworth should
have left the money in the treasury.
Mr. Fnrnsworth stales that the President
nnd Congress mutually understood tliat tho
bill was deshed before It passed. About
tliat we know nothing. He was in a posi
tion to be Informeeh lie makes a very
good point, however, lu quoting the fol
lowing provision of the Constitution :
"The President shall at stated Hints receive
tor Ids services compensation which shall
neither bo Increased nor diminished during the
period tor which ho shall lint u been elected."
The point is tliat In the clause of the
constitution piccedlng the nboo quotation,
thu word "term" U defined lobe four ycats.
The word period, tlieiefoic, means some
thing else, and applies to all the time for
which tlie President may have been elected.
There Is too much splitting of bails
alimil tliat kind of an argument.
The cx-tougi oilman's next point is bet
ter, lie says the object of the Constitu
tion in tlie clau-e above quoted is topie
vent a President from bilblng Congicsato
raise ids salary. In this easu Congicssof
feied to pass n bill raising the Picsldent's
salary if be would sign a bill giving them
over a million elollirs beyond the salary for
which llii'y had woiked; and the act
was no better for being done at midnight
on Wednesday than it it had been element
noon on Thursday. We must concede that
this logic is Iriesistable. The people, how
ever, hate not complained of I'icsldent
Grant. TI.ey have not forgotten how he
brought them out fiom under the cloud eif
war with pc.sonal services so Inestimable
Oat they would not begrudge him a mil
lion. But no other Pieslelenl will ever be
allowed the cccentiieity of attaching a
hundred thousand dollar signature to a bill.
As for the Congressmen, there is neither
excuse nor mercy In store from the people.
In reply to the assertion that larger com
pensation was necessary to bccure compe
tent and worthy senators and rcprcsenta
tles in Congress, Mr. Fnrnsworth points
to Webster. Clay, Calhoun, Denton,
Wright, Iiuelianan, Adams, Corwiu, Chase
and Douglas, who worked for i8 per day
during tlie actual session, while Hutler,
Jemcs, Smith, Drown and Farnsworth (if
the latter should ever go back), are sup
posed to earn ubout $55 per day during tlie
Mr. Farnsworth points out some of the
new needs for money Indulged hi by mod
ern congressmen. They must have fine
residences in Washington, nnd when they
have settled down and feel at home they
want to beautify tilings around them, nnd
hence at the last session they voted three
million and a half dollars for the streets of
Washington! This is a very astounding
statement, but not being n congressman we
are not prepared to dispute the figures.
Such an appropriation in Rutland would
give us gay streets.
liesides this the same authority states
tliat the last Congress voted half a million
for various hospitals, tlie board of health,
the reform schools, and somo other tilings
intended te lie covered by an "etc." Be
sides these four millions there were liberal
appropriations for government buildings
nnd grounds. Wc shall not undertake to
guess at what a congressman might call a
Tuiiipcrniira I.im'. E'urnii-r Move
ment .Went lier.
The working of the Illinois Temperance
Law in some parts of the stute is working
much good. In some counties tho law is
enforced successfully, while in others,
where tho German population predomi
nates, It is almost Impossible to get a jury
to agree. Such is the caso in this (I)u
P.igo) county. At the March term of the
circuit court, there were three men indicted
by tho grand jury on goenl proof, for sell
ing liquor contrary to law. The case camo
on for trial, with a grand array of legal
counsel on the part of tlie defense. Two
days were consumed in the ttial of tho first
party, when, to tlie surprise of all, the jury
acquitted the prisoner. Such is the proju
dice nniong the Germans tliat any law that
tends to shorten up or wholly cut oft their
beer supplies arouses their indignation ; and
uny man who duals hi it cannot bu convict
cd of a crime in its sale. Several ineffec
tual attempts have been made to the legis
lature this winter to iepe.il or mateilally
modify the law, so that its stringency
might be Impaired. Several cases have
been carried up to tho Supiemo Court, and
then tho law has been held constitutional,
and thu decisions of tlie lower courts sus
tained. The friends eif temperance
are still baiigtilno that gooel will
grow out of its enfo cement. Chicago lias
made a move in the right direction. Tho
city authorities have, after nearly u two
month contest, succeeded in closing all sa
loons oh Sune'uy, and at 11 r, m. every
Tim I'ltrtnuih' :'lovoiumii.
Tho farmers' movement, as It Is styled,
has assumed, In n few months, monstrous
proportions. Tho new constitution adopted
In 1870, elcslgnutcel that all judicial elec
tions should lie held in the month of Juno,
so that party politics might not enter Into
tho election of judges of tho several courts,
This year a Supreme Judge Is to be elected
In tho central part of tho state, where, the
farmers uru tho best organized t and at a
convention held at Princeton thu past week
to put a canelleluto In nomination, the far.
mer party were in strcugth, and drew strict
party Hues in opposition tq monopolies of
oil kinds, nnd especially railroads, put their
own man In nomination, nnd are preparing
to contest every Inch of ground In that dis
trict. The present chief justice Hon.
Chos 11. Lawrcnco, (who, by tho way, is a
Vcrmouter, lrom Vergonues, and of fine
legal attainments and unexceptional char
acter), who Is from that district, was
thrown overboard by the convention, and
A. M. Craig put In nomination. Judge
Lnwrcileo will take tho stump, and canvass
THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOM, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY
Ids district, and tho result will show what
the farmer strength Is. It scorns that they
liavo been rather hasty In their movements,
and, mushrexim-llko, 11103' S down as sud
denly ns theyhavo come ip, and but' a
small amount of leal good lie accomplished.
I ho spring is very cold j at this wilting
but n few warm days, and no grass yet for
feed for stock. Farmers are at least three
weeks behind hi sewing their grain, and
the prospect of the railing year is quite
discouraging Corn has ndvnnccd 8 to 10
cents per bushel for June .tho past week,
but now, to an Eastern farmer, would look
like small prices 83 to !!7 cents.
May Oth, 187!). m. 0. I1.
Hr.CAiTintF.n. Abemt two-thirds of tho
boys who escaped from tho Wcstboto,
Mass., reform sclioolhavc been recaptured,
nnd the majority of them were glael to get
brck. After wandering about nil day with,
out food, many of them applied to tho
farmers for entertainment, which they gen
erally received. Some of the more reck
less broke open the depot nt Southboro,
ransacked tho ticket olllcc, carrying eilf
such express matter as suited their fancy,
nnd then leaving for fresh fields of con
Wiser Snows H,lt.i:oAi. It is renorted
tliat the West Shore Railroad from Albany
to Jersey City, the enterprise with which
ex-Gov. Page is connected with. Is to lie
consolidated with the Now York and Chi
cago Itallroad. lion. James II. Ramsey of
Albany, Is to bo president. The new road
will touch nt Albany and will leduee tlie
distance between New York nnd Chicago
one hundred miles. It will go west from
Albany on the south side of the Mohawk.
Llro's decn midsummer, tin tin, hills I nniit.
Alone, nnd yet accompanied liv a thought
Thut Kind ciidimincu to my spirit lent,
Aim an 111) iiiuiu iu nappy musing wrougut.
Tho morula;,' hours had vanished up tho blue.
iiii-m inn mi biil-ikt irum IIIU IUHJIlllU0lie.il,
Eight over bight my rugged pathway grow,
i.ul nun i jiuuiiu uii wuu uiciess loci.
I Ml no r.iliitncs.i at tho noontide slow,
Noslu Inking that U10 hills were steep tucllmb:
Tho world, nil beauty, lay outspread below,
To heavenly musle all my thought? Kept lime.
For nye n voice kept singing nt my heart,
In this Brent lamest I shall hear n pari, '
And gulden slienicsbrlnghonio triumphantly.
A sudden elaikncss tell ntliwnrt the bky,
And nil tho beniilv fndod n-nm ihn line.
I felt thu madness In my spirit die.
,is uiiu iu moot iiiu eninu along; me way.
A veiled presence, at whoso noiseless tread,
juy noun suxm pulseless wiui 11 sudden rear,
And nil tho prennlso of tho future lied
Tho Master's work, tho golden hnrvosl near.
"I do not need to nsk theo who thou art"
I b,ltd with bitterness. "Vet 'IN liul. nnnn;
Among the lenpers I had borne a parr
.1MU UUIIU 1 SUI IUU lllluSL lliou 1C 1 1 1110 1 00111.
1 had been ready when tho evening came,
Somo sheaves had proved 1 Intel not tolled for
With kimuy wclcomu had pronounced thynnme,
uu Kwuiij iL-ii. iiiu rest, wij jireseiiuu uiuuiu.
'Jlut now, In sootli thou contest nil too soon,
And tnk'Ht mvworkunllnlshed from inv hands:
Thou htd'st mo hence when day Is at tho noon,
.My goiucn Harvest, nil unjjnincicu fcinnus."
Hut when, with bitter tears, I turned away,
A irentlo volco said : "Is it then but so
Thou lovest tho Master? Is It tlilno to say,
tierc win t work, a sucu .111 nour win gov
"Canst lliou not trust Mm? Lo, tlieso many
IIIsloo has led thee, giving still tho best,
With good uulookcel for still has met thy fears,
Thy sharpest trials turned to swcelcst rest.
"And Is It well tliat, like a Howard child,
Thou clalmest us initio own tho things Ho
Tolurollieo upward, which thy thuughts be
guiled To nobler alms, a worthier Intent?
" 'Tls not thy work tho Master ne eels, but thee,
Tho loving spirit, tho believing heart,
Tho child, obedient, trustful, gluil to bo
Where'er Ho will, to stay or to depart.
"Thlnk'st thou thcro Is no work to do but this,
No other harvest whitening lu thu sun,
Tlint any cliango can rob theu of tho bliss
Of sure completion of tho task begun?"
I turned la haste, rebuked, no more at btrlfo
With Mm my foolish heart had emailed to
And lo I God's angel, not of Death, but Life,
lleforu mo stood, and drew mo to hts feet.
Celia llurlci'jhtn WtnnaiCa Journal.
TJiu I. e ?lll I'.xiienscs of llio Ver
Tho legal expense account of the trus
tees and managers of tlie Vermont Central
was brought before the investigating com
mitteo on Saturday, and in it nppear tho
followlug items :
In 18G5, It S Tuft, i2." ; George G Hunt
IJ375 j Andrew Tracy, $582.70 j L Under
wood, $1,000 ; Georgo F Edniunels,ij,l,074j
K Collins, $1,801.50; li Underwooil,$1000
K Dlakc, ,250 ; L Underwood, sjl,00,"i ; J
MPinkcrton, $7,540; K Howe, ,1,000;
and general legal expenses $0,250.53.
In 1800 HUDeanlsley, $387.83; J G
Abbott, $100 ; T P ltedtlcld, $221 ; H
Uarle, $120.50 ; G F Edmunds, $1,117 ;
Mr Solder, $1,071.50; L Uuderwood,$1000;
G F Kilmuuds, $1,001.53.
In 1807 h Underwood, $183 ; Denton
& Wilson, $100 ; Drighiim & Waterman,
$25 j 11 N Davis, $300 ; A Tracy, $777.
00 : L P Poland, $071.30; A J Soule,$28.
0!) j Kinney & Collins, $257.50 : T S
Halm, $311 ; D F Fillcld, $2,310 j Denton
& Wilson, $30.75 : Denisou it Henry,$81
85 ; I) C Dennlson. $32.70 ; J II liralnerd,
$00.78 ; I) C Dennlson & II II Dennlson,
$132 ; Andrew Tracy, $031.00 ; Georgo F
Edniunels, $35.25 : GO Hunt, $100.
In 1800 Dewey & Noble, $878.87 ; do.
$1,034.72 ; II H Talcott, $43.40 ; L P Po
land, $500 ; J O Abbott, $252.00 ; Daniel
Huberts, $200 ; Denton & Wilson, $110 j
D Darlow, $100 ; D F Fitield, $1,050.23.
In 1870-O W Willard, $500 ; Dewey &
Neible, $1,250.73; do., $101 ; h V Poland,
$700 ; J H liralnerd, $0,078 ; li It Hard,
$4,350 ; Kelson & lland,$l,200.53 ; Dewey
Noble & Smith, $140.88 ; do., $1,202.52 ;
de) $1,840.03 ; h P Poland, $030 ; T 1'
In 1872-GeOrgd' G- limit, $100 ; also
general expense item of $1,180.05, which
ends the account,
Gov. Smith testified that thu persons
named nru the only attorneys In tho State
retained, except those by Hatch. Delicvu
tliat Poland and Fillcld have appeared for
us hi tho Legislature. A great many per
sons are named In the accounts who tiro
Knbw What Hit was Doisd. A dozen
eir perhaps inoru years ago, ono of our cltl
zens, whoso week day duties gave him but
litilo leisure, was wickedly, but very fcuc-
ccssfully cngaged lf Shooting pigeons from
a cherry trco by tho roadside, near his resi
dence in our village suburbs : at w hich oe.
cupatlon ho was caught by a clergyman
who was returning from nn exchange with
ono of our village ministers. Just us tho
sportsman hail sighted n Hock, and aimed
thereat, the, clergyman tapped him on the
hiiouiuer saying, loung man 110 you
know what you uro doing '" Then follow,
cd tho nun's discharge, and as tlirco lusty.
fat pigeons fell to the ground between tho
sportsman nnd tho domlnlr, the former re
plied, " Don't that look as though I know
what I am about pretty darned well V" A
sorrowful " Gooel-elay. sir 1" was nil tho
juriucr conversation mat sccineel approprl
ate. Jlenninpton Manner.
A new dish is grapo leaves fried in egg
batter. It is called a French dish. A con
temporary remarks, " Wo can't think of
uujtiuiiK umv WUU11I uo itioruiiciiciousiuiiu
frleel grapo leaves, unless It Is theatrical
posters on toast."
The young ladles in Wuleibury are get.
tlniT to III- llllrh.tmwul llWIiir .,1,1
sordino, Is that you " Is ' tho way' ono fair
ouiuiuu unuuicr ono on 1110 street yes.
terelay, and tho ungcl In bustles and lilgh
heels meekly anil poetically rcsjionded,
""iou lict, I'm your katydid every time."
A Ntiort .tlctlioil or C'oiiiiiilit; An
Wo find In .111 old number ot the Ver
inonl Chronicle, tho following letter from
Judali Dana, A. M., now principal or tho
Holland Graded Schoeils, relative to a
"short method of computing annual hilcr.
est," which wo republish for Its local Inter
est but ns well as for tho InsUuctlon of our
Ml!. DAN'A'ri I.KTTCl:.
Windsoii, April 8, 1802.
Mrtirt. Million :l have, for several
years past, used nnd taught llio following
shoit and conclso method of computing
niinual Interest, as allowed by our Vermont
Courts. Dy insetting It in your paper,
you will, I doubt not, confer n favor upon
tho teachers nnd business men of tho State,
since one is less linblo to commit errors in
a shoit than in a long proems, or if mis
takes have been made, they nru more
to UNO tiii: excess or ax.nial ovr.11
Find llio Interest on the prinahial for tlie
years alone ; on this Interest find tho inter
est for half of the years less one, and the
months anil days.
For example, suppose wo have a ptlncl.
pal of $375.87. anil the tlmo 0 years I)
months nnd 18 days ; find the Interest on
$375.87 for six years, which will bo $133,
31 ; on this find tho Interest fen' half of
(0 -1,) increased by the months and days,
which will be 2 years, I) months and 18
days, or 3 years, 3 months and 18 days,
which is $20.71), tho excess of thu nimual
over tho simple interest. If to tills wo add
the blmnlo Interest for the whole time, the
sum will be the whole interest due.
And now wo have n Modoc hat.
Georgo Knglehart of Long Island City,
is dying from an assault by highwaymen.
The New Yoik police made nn extensile
raid on gambling dens Tuesday night.
Tlie inaugural parailunt Hartford, Ct.,
promises le be 11 billlianl affair.
Nathan 1). C'onant, a prominent citizen
of tlie Highlands, died em Monday night.
The foundering at so 1 ejf the ship Ten
nyson, erf Nu.vbtiryport, is reported.
The list of killed by tho fall of tlie bridge
nt Dixon, 111., foots up 75 ; wouiuled, 32.
There me renewed fairs of an Indian
outbreak in Oregon.
iV Chester. Penn.. lien eU'servcs Immor
tality for hutching a chicken with four
legs, lour wings anil one hcatl.
Passes Issued lo congressmen by the
Union Pacific railroad have been discovered
em the market, selling for kvis than the reg
ular price of tickets.
The amount of the salary trrab returned
to tho treasury, so far ns announced, is
The Atlantic Dank, New York, is to
start up onto mm e, nnd see If it can't do
At Ironton. Mo.. dcodIu mo no lonerr
allowed to smoke iu church, nnd this is a
Continued shocks of earthquake me re
ported from San Salvador.
Tho population of New Jersey has In
e'l cascd 723,000 In eighty years.
A Wasldngto;, 'jarber shabed one-half of
a customer's fute nnd then fell dead.
The number of visitors nt tlie Vienna ex
hibition lias hitherto fallen below what
A newly-married couple found them
selves in a railway carriage with only one
passenger, w ho appeared to sleep profound,
ly. Soon the lady commenced te call her
lover all tho endearing names that natural
history can supply. The traveller roused
up, begged the laely to call her partner a
"Noahs ark" at once, and allow him to
Single-breasted sack overcoats are the
most fashionable, cither with or without a
fly' cut long and very easy, silk facing to
the edge, 11 velvet collar to match, and
worn open or buttoned. Striped Marseilles
waistcoats will bo much worn, but double
breasted and buttoning four buttons.
" I never saw so cold a woman as Mrs.
S is," said an envious beauty of another,
the other evening. " I feel quite confident
that she must givo her husband a cold In
llio bead whenever she kisses him."
William's Colli-go Commencement
The fullowlng is the progtammc of the
Seventy-Ninth Commencement Kxcrcises
nt William's College.
Senior Examination. Thursday and Fri
day, Juno 2G, and 27.
Sunday, June 29. Address to the Mills
theological Society at half-past 10 a. 111. ;
Daccalaureato discourso to the graduating
Class, by President Chadbourno, at 2 o'clock
p. m. Prayer meeting in Mission Park, at
4 o'clock, p. 111.
ilomlivj June 30. Adelpluo union ex
hibition at half-past 7 p. 111.
1'umlay Jul: 1. Class day. Kxamlna
tlon of Candidates for ndniission to Col
lege, at half-past 0 o'clc k, a. 111. in Al
umni Hall. Another exmiiinatlon will bo
held on Wednesday September 3, and op
portunity will bo given for private exam
inations, as circumstances may require.
Public exercises of tlio class at 2 o'clock,
p. m., in tho Congregational church. Meet
ing of society of aluinni, in Collego Chap,
el, at 0 o'clock. Hon. James A. Garfield,
Class of 'CO, President j Hon. V. II. Dewey
Class of '40, Vice President, nomination
of a trustee, reports of Examining Com
mittee, &c. Ladies invited to attend. At
tho close of these services, there will bo
nn adjourned meeting of tho Adelpliic Un
ion Society, Hon. C. F. Scelgivlck nresidimr
There will bo ro-unlons of tlio classes of
'43, '18, '53 and '03.
Kxening.ViXio ltlictorlcal Exhibition,
at half past 7 o'clock, by members of tlio
Sophomore and Junior classes. Proiuen
uilu concert In Goodrich hall, at 9 o'clock.
Wtilnextla.v July, 2, Morning Com
mencement KxcreUo nt half-past 0 o'clock.
Trustees, Graduates, and Invited guests
dino in Goodrich ballot half-past 1 o'clock,
Keening. President's Deception.
A Historic niiiniimeiil.
Wo doubt if tlie citizens of Saratoga ap
preciate ns they ought tho fact that tlicy
live on classic soil. It is almost a hundred
years sinco Jlurgoyno's surrender, and yet
no monument rises to mark the famous spot
whero tlio battlo was fought, nor la thero
shaft or stono of any kind memorializing
that important event. Hut wo nru glad to
record tho fact that thcro seems now to bo
a probability that tho battlo of Stillwater
nnd tho surrender of Ilurgoyno shall bo
events duly honored In a monument, In
185!) the Legislature incorporated under a
"perpetual charter" the "Saratoga Mon
ument Association," with a board of four
teen permanent trustees us directors, con
sisting of Georgo Stover, William Wilcox
and Henry Holmes of Saratoga) James M.
Marvin, John A. Corey nnd James M,
Cook of Saratoga Springs Leroy Mowry
and Asa C. Tefit of tho county of Wash,
ington; Peter Gansovoort, of Albany)
Ilonillton Fish, of New York) Phillip
Schuyler of Westchester. Georgo W.
Bleeekcr, of Brooklyn, und Horatio Sey
mour of Utico. Upon tlio death of Mr.
Illccckcr, Mr. Dcnson J. Losslngof Pough
kccpslc, was chosen trustco to fill his
place. Subsequently two moro vacancies
wcro created, occasioned by tho death of
Air. bchuylcr anil J. At. Clark. As wo
liavo already noticed, tho charter was
amended last week in tho legislature, and
Dr. O. H. Payne, of Schiiylcrvlllc, and
Win. L. Stone of Now York city, wcro
named in tho placo of tho two persons last
mentioned. It is a gratification to us to
noto thoto excellent appointments. Dr.
Payno of Hchuylcrvillo 11 a gentleman of
tnsto and culture, nnd Mr. Stono, whoso
memoirs of General ltlciUcl and Madamo
Illcdsc) niado him familiar with tlio entire
campaign culminating at Stillwater, seems
to bo specially fitted to tako n part in
this labor. It is nlso a fitting compliment
to Mr. ptono's literary researches in con
nection with tho location and Incident? of
tlio battlo ground of Saratoga that ho
should bo named as a trustco on thU board,
nnd wo do not doubt that ho will lend nil
Ids vigor lo tlio prosecution of tho plan
for a becoming monument to coinnicmorntu
ono of tho most important events In tho
history of tho American Devolution.
Many women are anxlom to tako the
placo of man, but they don't caro to liavo
the man move.
Thcro is no baso-ball club In Danbury,
and so a Pino street gentleman was obliged
to fall from a stool: to break his thumb.
A youth who wears tho latest stylo of
slcovo studs cannot bo expected to bring up
a scuttle of coal while his mother Is around.
Always shut your bed room door baforo
retiring. You may have to get up in tho
night, and closing tho door with your noso
is 0110 of the lost arts.
Tho new jail has five occupants already.
Although comparatively a young institu
tion it Is so managed as to command tho
confidence of tho public.
In a recent trip along tho Erie canal wo
taw eleven ministers sitting on tho banks,
nnd anxiously waiting tor a boat full of
passengers to dash against tlio shore.
Trying to carry homo five pounds of
mackerel and his wtfo's spring donnet nt
the snino time, on Saturday evening, was
what prevented a Ualinfortli avenue man
from attending church on Sunday.
Suntimunt i on thu Flail An English
regiment In India had had its colo s taken
away from it for some net of Insubordina
tion. Every man bad his rations and pay
as usual, and no physical punishment of
any sort was added to the ideal one men
tioned. Yet every man in that regiment
groaned and suffered under tlio chastise
ment. Coarse, Illiterate, brutal fellows,
perhaps, t! cy were. Why should any ono
of them mind the taking away of 11 regi
mental Hag? Common sense would laugh
at such a punishment for such men. Hut
the commander knew what he was aboutt
A fort was to be stormed at the top of n
long bill. The enterprise was tt peculiarly
periliom one, und 0110 that required some
thing more than ordinary persistence. The
commanding ollleer rode down the lino to
position occupied by tiio disgraced rent
incut. "Men!" liu ered, "your colors uro
at thu top of that hill charge I" And charge
Ihey did, that single regiment, up tho long,
cannon-swept hill, through the nbnltls, over
the ramparts, into tlio fort nt last, a mere
handful of them left to receive tho Hag
again, for wh'ch more than two-thirds of
the bravo fellows hud gladly given their
lives 1 There was no common sense in tlio
matter, else the fort never could have been
taken at all. The poetry lu tho souls of
those rough soldiers overbore all that, and
who shall say that tho poetic was not tlio
worthier and more manly view?
Tin: Gruit Tu.vcsl U.nmui Chicago.
Over thirty proposals for tlio construction
of tho tunnel to connect tlio proposed West
Side Pumping Works with tlio Wnjer
Works wcro opened last Saturday by tlio
Chicago Hoard of Public Works. Tho tun
nel, beginning nt tho west end of tho now
lake tunnel, will run about three and five
sixths miles under tbecity to the sits of tho
pumping work, nnd will bo Jabout scrcnty
ono feet below tlio ordinary level of the
lake, There will bo nino working shafts
and nine firu shafts. The clear width of
the tunnel will bo seven feet, and the height
seven nnd two Indies. It Is to bo lined
with brick masonry cloven iuelies thick,
and will bo completed Janunrv, 1873. Tlie
original estimate of tlie coat of tho pump
ing works, the tunnel, and tho now lake
tunnel, was $1,500,000. Honds were sold,
and $1,300,000 realized. Tlio llako tunnel
has been completed, and Hi cost and that
of extending thu water malno has leduccil
tho amount to about $800,000. The Hoard
estimated that 300,000 would bo required
to build tho land tunnel, but the bills re
received, which vary from 8100,000 to
8300,000, has led them to concluda that
not ns much money will liavo to bo expen
ded. Hetwecn $300,000 and 6500,000 more
will bo necessary to completo tlio pumping
works and mako tlio needed main extenj
Milton's Daily Lire, Milton lived in a
small houso In London, or in tlio country,
in Huekinglianishire. Of all consolations,
work is tlio most fortifying and the most
healthy, because it solaces a man, not by
bringing lii.n case, but by requiring ctrorts.
Every morning he had a chapter in the
Bidle read to him in Hebrew, and rcnialneil
for somo time in silence, grave, in order to
meditate on what lie hail heard, llo never
went to a place of worship, Independent
in religion as in all else, bo was sufficient
to nunselt. liostiuliod til nnuilay; then,
afiar nn hour's exercise, ho played tlio or
gan or baso violin. Then ho resumed ids
studtes till 0, and in tho cveninir cnioved
tho society of his friends. When any ono
camo to visit him ho was usually found in
a room iiung with out green hangings,
seated in an arm-chair, and dressed uiiictlv
in black. Ho bad been very beautiful in
Ids youth, and his English cheeks, once
delicate as a young girl's, retained their
color almost to the end. Few men liavo
done such honor to their kind Amidst so
many trials (a scrivener caused him to lose
810,000; at tlio Hcstoratlon lie was refused
payment of 810,000 duo lrom the excise of
ficer his liouso was burned In iiiu great
llrco when he died ho only leit $7500, in
cluding tho p-odttce of Ids library,') a puru
and lofty joy, altogether worthy of hiin. had
been granted to him; tho poet, buried un
der tlio Puritan, had rc-uppeareel moro
etiuiimo than over, to give to Christianity
its secono Homer, Taine.
A CllltlOUS ClHCL'MSTAXCK. All CXCCU
tion recently took placo In California, the
circumstances of which wcro peculiarly af
fecting. The doomed man had not 11
friend in the world, and throughout his
ttlal and confinement no one, except a
pnesi, ueinenucii mm or ouercii mm sym
jiathy. In July last ho attacked a coinpan
foil ill It tt.ltonll In lfl-il TtllllT unit lirlui
crazed with drink, ho elrow a pistol und
woiuided Ids uutturonUt so that bo died.
For lids ho was tried and bciiteneed to suf-
ter death. On tho fatal mornlm; ho nnrtnok
of somo light food, and was visited by a
priest, wno aimilnlslercil to him tho last
rites of tlio Catholic Church. Deforo the
hour of execution arrived ho made a state
ment, m which ho said that when ho killed
ills victim ho was intoxicated, anil felt
badly because he had heard that Onno hud
mniio 11 111s boast that ho couhl whip him.
When, having prepared himself for thu ex
ecution, und being nbout to go to tlio scaf-
fold, bo was told by tho deputy sheriff to
put on bis bat, he wild, " What for! Do
you think I nm sunburnt '" Deforo as
cending tlio scaffold ho waved his hat to
the crowd which had assembled, and ex
claimed, "Good-bye, boys." Ho ran up
thu stctis. knelt on thu ton and nravcil.
When thu bherlff ndjustcd tlio rope about
his neck ho said, " I say, sheriff, can't you
put tliat under my arms 't I was always
ticklish about my neck." When the drop
leu no elicit without a struggle.
iJB"Among the arrivals at tho Dardwell
Houso May 7, are the following 1 John
M Parker, Syracuse, N Y ) Jonas Wilder,
Hupcrt, Vt ) John O Tyler and wife, Drat
tleboro j WC- Atwntcr, Durllngton ) It I,
Wright, Troy, N V j Lalloy Heillls, Port
Hciiry,NY ) Hon Dailies FrIsble,Poultney,
P p Moore, Hostou, Mass ) O M Towns,
end, Wnlllngford ) P O Johnson, North
field ) L Muusoii, Manchester j A Wake,
field, Ludlow J Giles, Ludlow ; M J
Dlakely, Dorset 1 O II Gccr, Troy, N Y ;
Frank Wooster, Albany.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TO HUNT
, at 1:. N. MEIIUIAMU
Also repairing and tuning.
milk PIANO SELECTED FOR USE
X at tho coining Festival is tho DKCKKlt
llltOS. 1:, N. JIICUMIAM sells them.
EW ARMY DllOGANS, 41.70, i.t
There Is no pain which tho Centaur Mnlment
will not relieve, no swellings 11 will not, subline,
and no lameness which It Will not cure. This Is
strong language, but It Is true. Whero tho parts
nru not gone, Its effects are marvelous. It lias
produced moro curcn of rheumatism, neuralgia,
lock-jaw, palsy, sprains, swellings, cnkeil
breasts, scalds, burns, salUrhoum, car-achc,tc.
upon tho human frame, anil ot strains, spavin,
galls, &c, upon animals In ono year than liavo
nil other pretended remedies sinco tho world
began. It Is a counter-irritant, nn nil-healing
pain reliever. Cripples throw nwny their
crutches, tho lamo walk, poisonous bites nru
rendered harmless nnd tho wounded nro healed
without n scar. It Is 110 humbug. Tho rccelpo
Is published nround entli bottle. It Is selling
ns no nrtlclo cut before' sold, nnd It sells bc
causo It does Just what It pretends to do. Thoso
who now surfer from ihcumatlsm.paln or swell
ing deserve to suffer If they will not tiso Cen
taur Unlment. Jtoro than 1,000 ccrtlilcatcs of
rcmnrkablo cures, Including frozen limbs,
chronic rheumatism, gout, running tumors, Ac.
havo been received. We will send n circular
containing ccrtlilcatcs, tho rccelpe, Ac., .gratis
lo any 0110 requesting It. t)no bottle of tlio
yellow wrapper Contour Mnlment Is worth ono
hundred dollars for spavined or swcenled horses
and mutes, or for screw-worm In sheep. Stock
owners tills liniment is wortli your attention.
No family should bo without Centaur I.lnlment.
J. n. 1I03R a Co.. New Yoik. maylwlw.
(,'ns: orlu Is more than a substitute for Cas
tor oil. It Is tlie only mc nrtlclo In existence
which Is certain tonsslmllntu tlie food, rcjtulnto
tlio bowcls.curc wind colic nnd produce natural
sleep. 11 contains neither minerals morphine
or alcohol, and Is pleasant to take. Children
nerd not cry, and mothers may rest. lwlw.
J. 0. BURR & HYDE,
FINNY &IDH OF PIIY'SIC.
JU I'A'JKS, 2W JINOltAVING!?.
A it. 'I'll:.' e .p',;-" of Medical Humbugs nt the
pus' nnd .r, nt. 11 ventilates ejuaeks, Impos
tors, Tr.i, 'tin,' Doctors, Patent .Meellelno en
ders, Noted l-''iinlo Cheats, rortuno Tetters
nnd Mediums, mid gives interesting necouiils of
noted I'lij slcl.uiM and narratives ot their lives.
It reveals startling secrets, und Instructs all
how to avoid the Ills which Uesh Is heir lo.
Wo give exclusive territory and liberal commis
sions, l'or circulars and terms address tlio
publishers, .1. II. llCltll ,t II Villi,
Hartford, Conn., or Chicago, 111.
OF Till: UNITED STATES.
Twelve hundred pages and MO engravings,
printed in English nnd Herman. Written liy
twenty eminent authors, including John II.
Hough, lion. Leon Case, IMward How hind, ltev.
E. Edwin Hall, l'hlllp Itlplpy, Albert llrlsbane,
Horace Greeley, 1'. li. l'erklns, etc., etc.
This work Is a completo history of nil brandies
of Industry, processes of manufacture, etc., In
all ages. It is a completo encyclopedia ot arts
and manufactures, and Is tlio most entertain
lnif and valuable work ot Information on sub
jects of general Interest ever offered to tho
public. vo givo our agents tlio excluslvo right
of territory. t)no of our agents hold 133 copies
In eight days, another sold sr.s copies In two
weeks, our agent In Ilnrltord sold 397 in ono
week. Specimens of tho work sent to agents
on receipt of stamp. For circulars and terms to
nuenis iiuiiiess iiiu imousners, .1. ti. iiuuii k
HYDE, Hartford, conn., or Chicago, lit.
UNCIVILIZED HACKS OF MEN
IN ALL COUNTHIES or THE WOULD,
llelng a comnrehenslvo necount ot their maiv
ners and customs, and of their physical, social,
mental, moral nnu religious cnnracicrisiics.
llv ItKV. J. a. Woon, M. A., V. L. S.
l'lvo hundred engravings, 1,500 Super Itoynl
ucinvu pages, in two volumes, or
two volumes In one.
Agents nro maklnt? over $100 ner week In sell
Ing tills work. An early application will secure
a eholeo ot territory, l'or terms address the
.1. 11. Ill'IIIt & HYDE,
llAllTFOUD, CONN., Oil CHICAGO, ILL.
Extract ot Hoots nnd Heibs which almost ln-
vnnauiy euro 1110 louowing complaints:
Dyspepsia, Heart Ham. Liver Comnlnints nnd
I-Oss of Appcttt cured by taking a tew bottles.
Lassitude, Low Spirits mid Slnkltig sensation
eureu iu unto.
Eruntlons. PhnnlPS. lllnlrhps nnil nil linnnrl.
tics of the blood, bursting through tlio skin or
uuivrwisc-, curou reauuy uy louowins 1110 uirec
Hons on tlio bottle.
For Kldnev. llladdor nnd L'rinarv derange
menus It has no equal ; 0110 bottle will couvlueo
IUU UlUSb IiOeHlCai.
Worms expelled from tho system without tlio
least dinicutlyj a tow bottle's nro suniclent for
wiu must ousiinnto cases.
Piles, 0110 bottlo has cured tho most dinieult
ease wnen an otner remedies raiieei.
Nervous Dlnlcultles, Neuralgia, Headache,
,1 miai iiiuiu-uiuivij
ltheumatlsm, Swelled Joints and all Scrofula
Anlletlons removed, or greatly rellyved by this
llroncldtls, Catarrh, Convulsions and Hyster
ics cured or much relieved.
Dllllcult Hrcathlng, Pain lu tho Lungs, SIdo
nnd Chest, almost invariably cured by taking a
Femalo Dlnlcultles, so prevalent among Amer
ican ladles, leld readily to tills Inval liable med
icine, tho ijuaker Hitters.
Illlllous, ltemlttantttiid Iiitermlttnnt Fevers,
so prevalent lu many parts of our eonnirv. mn.
ph'tely eradicated by tho tiso of tho cjuuLcr Illt-
Tho Aged lllul In tho Ollaker ltllli.rH inct.tltn
article they stand in need ot In llielr declining
years. It quickens tho blood nnd cheers tho
ininu, nnu 11.no 1110 pnssago iiown 1 110 philio In
clined, No Ono can long remain unwell (unless nllllct
cdwilh nn Incurablo intense,) alter taking a
few bottles ot tho (Quaker Hitters,
Sold by nil Druggists and Dealers In Medicine,
tfHolil at Wholesale nnd lletall by C. 1.
WING, Dmgglst, ltutland.
lilt. II. B. FLINT X CO.,
At their Great Medical Depot, 105 and W llroad
Street, Providence, it. I.
Merchants using printed wrapping will do
well to consult us beforo ordering, ns wo mako
as low llgures as New York or lloston Houses,
and givo better accommodations In assorting
lots, while a great saving can bo mado on
irclght. (11.01IU I'APElt CO.
POPAUTNERSIIIP. - AVo linvo asso
J elated with us as partner with oiio-thlrd
interest, E. I. Cobb, formerly of Tlnmoulli. Vt.
Tho nnu uaiiio will bo 113 ever.
Walllngford, Vt., May l, 1873.' nvj fwiw
XTWK is WASIIDL'RN'S FLOWER
V Heeds nt
FltANC'lS FENN H C'O'S,
No. 13, Center street, Jtutlainl,.vt.
Q A. PARK1IURST As llT
Extensive Dealers lu V
1'OIIEKIN AND DOM EMTIO DIIY GOOD,
And a complete assortment of
NOTIONS AND HMAI.I, WA1IES,
33 MKliCHANTS' HOW Itl'TI.AND, VT.
iii-,isuiu 111 iiiiiii niiuw iiiu muling
Public that It Is our nhn 10 keep llio best select-
1-11 rn.iv ,,1 ,"nn ill ,,111 nnu in l,L' IOIII1I1 ill lIlO
Slate. We nro ifinstanllv replenishing our
shelves with tho pilliclp.il Staple Nmeillcs of
llio Season, making nur Establishment tiik
iikst for uur Interest front which In purchase
your DltY iioolii.
Wc have the llest llarealns In
DItKSH GOOD S,
II E A f T I P I' I. S I I. It II.
An extenslvo nssoi tincnt of
l'or Men nnd Hoys' wear.
Kills nt Jl.na, Jt.w, f 1.7.1 Per Pair.
Call for tlie .lACIJl'El.IXE I'OIISET best Illltns
Our prices are sure lo give satisfaction.
('. A. PAllillirilST ft CO.,
mayldtf lH'TLAND, VT.
JJEASONS WHY THE PAIN KILLER
PERRY DAVIS & SON,
IS THE linsr FAMILY MCDICINK 01' T1IEAOKI
And why It should bo kept nlwaj s near at hand.
1st. PAIN-KILLEU is the most certain Chol
era cure that medical science lias pro-
2d. PAIN-KILI.EI!, as a Diarrhoea and Dys-
icmi-uj, si'luom 11 UlCl inns.
Sd. l'AIN-KILLElt w 111 euro Cramps or Pains
in uu puri. ui uiu system. single uose
utualiy eilects a cure.
4th. l'AIN-KILLElt will euro Dyspepsia and
Indigestion, If used according to direc
tions Mil. PAIN-KlLLr.lt Is an almost never falling
euro for sudden Colds, coughs Ac.
ctli. I'AIN-KILLElt lias proved a sovereign
remedy ror I'eter nnd Ague, and Chill
l'oicr; It has cured tho most obstlnato
Till. l'AIN-KILLElt as a liniment Is tin
equaled for I'rost lilies, Chilblains,
Hums, Ilrulscs, cuts, sprains, Ac.
6th. PAIN-KILLEU has cured cases of ltheu
matlsm niidNciiralglaalteriears stand
ing. Oth. PAIN-KILLEU will destroy Polls, Fel
ons, Whitlows Old Sores, giving relief
from Pain after tho llrst application.
10th. l'AIN-KILLElt cures Headaches and
lttli. PAIN-KILLEU will savo you days of
sickness nnd many a Dollar In time and
12th. P.MN-KILLElt Is n purely Vegetablo
preparation, safe to keep and to uso tn
every family. Tho simplicity attending
its use, together w 1th tho great variety
of diseases that may bo entirely eradi
cated by It, anil tho great amount of
pain ami suiTerlngthnt can bo alienated
through its use, mako it imperative
upon every person to supply thi'inselves
w ltli tilts aluable remedy, and to keep
it always near lit hand
THE PAIN KILLEK is now known and appre
ciated In every quarter of tho Globe. Physi
cians recommend It lu their practice, whllo all
lasses ot society havo found In It relief and
omfort. Givo it a trial.
Jlo buro nnd buy tho genuine. Every Drug
gists, nud nearly every Country Grocer through
out tho land keep It for sale.
EURALQIA. Sometimes, instead of
.X- 1 UlMllKIU BUUUlUV.il' IMUUUVUI.I-S nimu
slight heat or sense ot itching, or numbness,
which augments In seierlty moro or less rnpld
ly. Tho pain Increases from tlmo to time, until
1 our nerves seem to snap nnd crack, Jerk and
Jump, nnd piny all sorts of pranks, trout tho
top of your head to tlio tips of jour toes, tho
demon shooting forth like lightning along ono
tmfuitunato nerve, and now trying to tlo nn
other Into a thousand knots, theu attempting to
make a bowstring ot another, sometimes tu tlio
region of tlio heart, iigaln (n tlio face, head,
neck, etc. Uso Dr. .1. llrlggs' Allovantor, and In
n trlco your neuralgia, with all his demons, will
bo gone-, and oncu again you may bo happy.
llrlggs1 ltcmedles sold by V. Fenu Jt Co. tiiiel
others, and druggists generally.
BRONCHITIS-IS n ilry Inflammation
ot thu mcinbrano ot tho llronchla, which
cnuses a constant deslro to expectorate1, but
Willi all tho ellurls la scraping, coughing or
Biieeztngtliero is no mucus to bo raised, and
tho dinieulty Increasing until It becomes cfiron.
Ici years of burrcrlng and death may result
from this neglect. Ubo llrlggs1 Throat and
l.ung Dealer, llrlggs1 ltoincdlcs sold by C.
Lew is and others,
CORNS Are ns useless to tho commu
nity as mtschlct-maklng old maids, corner
loafers In largo cities or dishonest politicians;
no moro of a luxury than epsom salts or castor
oil. llrlggs' corn und llunlon ItcmeHllcs, Alio
viator nnil Curative, eradicates corns, bunions,
and cures ingrowing nails, Ac llrlggs1 ltoino
elles sold by l'algu a Crooks, Geo. 1. Graves and
PILES Aro a common affection, thcro
being but fow persons who aro not troubled
Willi them at somo iwrlod of their life. Tho dis
ease exists In small tumors In tho rectum or
about the arms, which nro divided Into nrst.
thoso which nro owing to a distended state of
thovctus of tho pail. Nothing equals llrlggs1
Pile ltcmedles for their euro, llrlggs1 Iteitu'dTcs
sold by l'. A, Morse. West ltutland. A, i" Kel
logg. Castleton, and dculcrs cenoially.
CORNS, lluulons, Hail Nulls, &c, slilll
fully treated by Dr. J. llrlggs Jt Co.. at Ihn
great central .Healing Institute. No. 6sl Hmiiii.
way, New York.
g P E C I A L N OTIC E .
DR. S. W. SMYTH,
AUII1ST AND OOtfLIST,
Has, at Hie urgent. solicitation of patrons nnd
fiiends, established a licrmniientJlrnnch onico
In IIctunii, Vt., and may bo consulted dally,
(except I'rlda) s,) nt tho
On all diseases of tho EYE, EAlt NOSE,
TllliOATaiid I.trNGS, nnd nil chronic diseases
leading to General or Nervous Debility.
EIGHT ItKV. LOUIS DeGOESHHIAND,
catholic Bisiior or veiimomt,
Attests In tho following btntcment to tho skill of
Di:. S. W. SMYTH.
llfiiMNnTos, Vt., .Jan. S3, 1S71.
To tiik Pcnuc:
I liavo no hesitation In recommending Dr.
Smith nttcr seeing him lierform a i cry skillful
operation 6n tlio ear of ltev. P. J. O'Carroll, who
was thereby Instantaneously cured of elenfness
of long standing.
mildly LOl'IS DiGOESllIIIAND.
SIIMUN'S TEMPLE OF FASHION.
All tlio leading styles of
SPUING AND Sl'MMEH NOVELTIES,
far surpassing nil our former endeavors In
lleuuty, Ijuallty and Price.
TlilM.MED AND UNTHIMMED HATS,
All styles and shapes, from Mc. upwards.
Exquisite sprays, from 10c. upwards.
SILK TIES AND lIANDKEItCHIEFS,
All shades and st)les. Windsor Ties ntr?., sold
eiscw here at 7oc. Largo Silk Flclin Hand
kerchiefs reduced to ssc. from f I lis.
lleaullful line nnd handsome patterns In Gold,
Lubber, Horn nnd Jet, from 5c. a bet upward.
In nil shades, at 1 00; two buttons 1 ss.
Full assortment, from loc. a pair, that aro
worlh 2i;c, upwards. Iron Frame Hose, double
heel and feet, at 85c.
LACES AND I.ACE GOODS.
A full and complete lino In Hamlkerchtefs.
Hows, Sleet cs, Ties and Collars. Wo warrant
nil our lace goods to wash to tho last thread.
COItSETS AND HUSTLES.
German Woven Corset, wortli ft, wo sell at 70c.
1IA1U SWITCHES AND CUltLS.
Wei cniinot bo beat on lKng Hair Switches at
W iS; much larger nt fsnu. Linen Hralds re
duced to -inc. Linen Switches reduced to ww.
INFANTS1 LONG AND SHOUT ItOIlES,
Merino Cloaks, Hoods, Caps, Shoes, Sacks A' llibs.
SASH AND TItlMMINQ JtlllllON,
In all shades, grades, and at greatly reduced
Lots nnd lots of goods dally coming, and stacks
of them yet to come, nnd all selling at our usual
popular und low llgures. call at
ASHMUN'S TEMPLE OF FASHION,
NONPAItEIL BLOCK, 9 Center St.
fy-OItDEKS 1IY MAH. Samples and prlco
list promptly sent by mall or express. mi Idtf
JTEW SPRING GOODS.
open? lids season a larges and liner assort
HOOTS AND SHOES
than eier before. Ills facilities tor doing busf
ness liavo been Improved, and ho Intends to
excel In every direction all of Ids previous
LADIES1, MISSES" AND CIIICDUKN'S
Flno French Kid,
Oiled nnd Pebhlcil Coat,
Serge and Scrgo Foxed,
tn Button and Lacu
GENTS1, HOYS1 AND YOUTHS1
Cult Hand-Sewed (City Make),
Cablo Sewed, Machlno Sowed, and
l'egged Uools and Shoes In all styles.
Manufactured for Gents1, Ladles1, Misses' and
Children's wear. .
My experlcnco of thirty years warrants mo in
GOOD STOCK AND PKItFECT FITS.
Cull and sco mo at
No. 13 MEltCIIANTS1 HOW. mldtf
EA.n.L . READ 1 1 SOMET1ING
uuieiiii ur 1UUU AITKNTION,
KENDALL'S PECTORAL HALSAM,
Tho great Throat and Lung Medicine, wilt
STOP THAT COUCH!, CUKK THAT COLD,
or euro any dlseaso ot tho
THROAT AND LUNG8.
Only M cents rou Lakok Hoituss,
Try It. Sold by all dealers In medicine.
FltANCIS FKNN CO.,
I'liorniKTOiis. ltcTLANn, Vt.
P.ROQUET SETS, ALL KINDS AND
F. FENN & COt),