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RUTLAND, VT., TUESDA MORNING, MAY 13, 1873.
VOL. 1....N0. 11.
PRICE TJIHK13 CENTS.
(ttothittfl & urniisnittfl ffioortsi.
Gvoccrirsi and groilsions.
IJ A -I N T S
). T. C II O S S,
Manufacturer of anil Dealer In
FINISII1NO LUMBER, SIIlNOt.KS, I.ATII,
CLAPBOARDS, ANDSl'HUCE I.l'.MIll:!!,
DOORS, HASH, BLINDS, MOULD
1NIIS, BRACKETS, WIN
Scroll Hawing of nil kinds, Planing, Matching
mid (Ihulng done to order. Yard mill .Mill Cor
ner o( Union and Furnace Streets, near Freight
Depot, Rutland, Vt. Jlaj ldw3m.
SHOW CASES, CORNER, CLOCK
nmlMantlo Shelves made to order, with
l'laln or Moulded edges. BRACKETS nawed In
different stjlcs nt DEARBORN'S
EW 3IOULDINOS FOR picture
Framing, Cliromos, Lithographs, nnd
Engravings at DEARBORN'S
URTA1N CORNICES OF BLACK
Walnut, or all out, made to order. Cur
tnlu Kings, Tassels and Cords. DEARBORN'S
EAltBORN IS AGENT FOR GARI).
NEH'S Perforated ChalrScnt, for renovat
ing over Cad-Flag or Rush bottom chairs.
Plcaso to call nnd see them.
drove Block RUTLAND, Vt.
RUTLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholcsalo dealers lu
WOOD AND CHAIN SEAT CHAIRS, BED
STEADS AND CHAIR STOCK.
Corner ot West nnd Forest Sts,
L. ATwoon, Agt. o. C. Rcooles, Trcas.
T AA'. KING,
Manufacturer nnd wholesale and retail dealer In
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, AND HOUSE FUR
OF KVKKY DESCRIPTION.
FPRNACK STREET, RUTLAND, Vt.
Orders by mall or otherwise promptly attend
cd to. myldtf
J. J. GUINDON,
BLACKS 31 I T II .
rartlcnlar attention paid to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted. Shop on
WEST ST., NEAIt OLIVER MA11DLE WORKS,
mayld3m RUTLAND, VT.
HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
GltAINlKa AND DECOKATI.Va, IK ALT. STYLES.
Kalsomlnlngand Hard Wood Finishing, Glazing
and Glass Staining.
MartcH's New Building. Center Street,
Rutland, Vt. mayldlm
LINCOLN IRON WORKS.
Marblo Mill nnd Hoisting Maclitnery ot the
most Improved construction. Derricks nnd
pumping machinery, castings nnd general ma
Sleel nnd Iron Wlro Ropo nt Manufacturer's
Rutland, Vt May l, 1S73. mayldtr
O. II. M O It 12 II O U S E,
opposite Central House - - RUTLAND, Vt.
rTUIE BEST SEWING 3IACIIINE IN
a., the wi
orld. Wo havo tried them. Can be
E. N. MEKUIAM'S.
$otcb nnrt Sitting 'Sooms.
The BARDWELL HOUSE Is located opposlto
tho Depot and lias long been favorably Known
to tho traveling public. It has been recently
Improved, now affording tho best and most
amplo accommodation to guests.
Tho TABLE will bo supplied with all tho
luxuries ot tho Season, nnd every attention will
bo paid to tho comfort ot Its patrons.
In tho ruture, as In tho past, the Proprietors
Intend to make It a llrst-class House affording
nil tho comforts ot a homo to tho traveler. Tho
public patronago Is solicited.
A GOOD LIVERY In connection with tho
Attentive PORTERS will bo found nt tho
Depot, on tho arrival or nil trains.
J. W. CRAMTON, J. A. HAISDCBT.
F A R 31 E R S ' HOTEL,
FltEianT Stkeet, - . RUTLAND, VT.
A FIRST CLASS
31 E AT 31 A R K E T
IX HOTEL IIUILDIKO.
mayldam .1. E. JOHNSON, PnoniiETon.
J. W. FISHER'S
NEW DINING R O 0 31 S ,
Central House Block, Merchants' Row,
Warm Meals served at all hours ot tho day
and evening. mayld3m
J. F. STINSON'H
Qulnn's Block, Opposlto tho Dcpot.l
RUTLAND, - VERMONT.
Warm Meals served at all hours or tho day
nnd evening. mayldlw
N E AV DINING HALL,
In rooms rormerly occupied by J. W. Fisher.
KINGSLEY 4; Sl'RAOUE'S BLOCK,
RUTLAND, - . . . . VER3IONT.
"WA1IM MEALS HKUVKI) AT ALT. lljlUIM.
A. H. HAAVLEY,
COSTUACTOll ASI) V11ACTICAL SLATKlt,
Ho Is prepared to do all work promptly and
well. Orders can bo lctt at J. E. Glynn's store
on Merchants' Row, or at tho Bardwell House,
JUeriiMt Itockwood Barrett, Rutland: L. M.
Mason, President or First Na'lonal Bank, Do
trolt, Michigan; Hon. J. M. Marvin, Saratoga
, if TTST1XT t. lnnvnrt, isr mm
j vnw imrrv nir Rnin nr.
ENS' CALF BOOTS, 43.00 to $0.00
111 l no Cheap casu store, no, u, merchants'
J AND ON & H UNTO ON,
Wholcsalo and Retail Dealers In
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, oca, Ac., &c.
A general Assortment or
B E L T I N d, L A C I N G, AC.
TI.AIOTHY, CI.OA'ER, AND ALL
NOA'A SCOTIA PLASTER,
LODI MANUFACTURING CO.'S POUDRETTE.
A FULL. LINK OF
C II E A P F 0 1! CASH
BARRETT'S OLD STORE.
S. J- L0W'
Wholcsalo dealer In
CALIFORNIA WINES ANN BRANDY.
WORTER and wholesale dealer
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
Tho attention of Town Agents, Physicians
nnd Druggists Is especially called to our wines,
as they nro unsurpassed for medical purposes,
coming from one or tho oldest vineyards In
Calirornla. All goods guaranteed puro and sat
isfactory, or to lw returned nt my oxpensc.
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN, STS.,
(Lnndou & Huntoon's Block,)
Rutland, Vt. myltr
Merchants uslncf nrlntprt wrnnnlnn. will in
well to consult us beforo ordering, as wo make
aslow ngures as New York or Boston House,
and give ( better uccommodntlons In assorting
lots, wlillo u great saving can bo inado on
'fvlgUt. GLOBE PAPER CO.
M E K S & B A R B E R
AT NO. 1, OPERA HOUSE BLOCK,
Keep a full assortment ot tho following
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
FRENCH CHINA WARE,
TABLE GLASS WARE,
SILVER PLATED WARE,
PAINTED TOILET NETS,
TASSELS AND CORDS,
LAMPS AND LANTEHS,
Wholesale nnd Retail,
LAMP CHIMNEYS and BURNERS,
Wholcsalo nnd Retail.
MATTRASSES nnd LOUNGES, nnd
mayldtf DONE TO ORDER.
BURNHAM A TEMPLE.
We nro Atrontx lor tho following first class
Fire Insurance Companies.
Aetna Assets, f,ooo,oo
imperial " 8,000,000
Home, N. Y " 4,)(),uoO
Royal, " 10,0110,000
Hartford, " ii,2.io,o(K)
Insurance of No. America, 1'hll.i. " 11,250,0011
Franklin " 8,400,000
I'hcnlx, N. Y " 2,000,000
I'hn-nlx, Hurtford, " l.coo.ooo
SnrlnglleUI, " l,ooo,iioo
National, Hartford " w,ikio
These arc tho best known of all tho companies
represented In Rutland, and slnco wo have
represented mem iney have imiw more money
tho citizens of Rutland and Mcluttv than all
other comj'amVs rombiiml.
This record proves their stability and their
willingness to pay all proper claims.
We conlldcntlv c.xnect n continuance of tho
liberal patronago w hlch theso companies havo
Wo also represent, tho Travelers Life and Ac
cident Insuranco company. Wo givo n better
nnd cheaper policy than uny other Ltfo com
pany. Cull nnd see.
BURNHAM & TEMPLE,
onicc, opera House, Rutland, Vt.
HARRY W. NYE'S
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY,
No. 4, Merchants' Row, Rctlanp, Vt.
GENERAL AGT .ETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Flro Insuranco In First Class Companies.
J C. LEWIS,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, TOILET
ARTICLES, FANCY GOODS, LADIES'
BASKETS, ARTISTS' MATERIAL,
PAINTS, OIL, PAINTERS'
RUSH, WINDOW OLASS,
PUTTY, &c Sc.
And tho best goods In my lino tho market
ntTords nro my sielaltles. Prices reasonable,
In consideration or uuallty.
rf-PHESCltllTIONS carcrully and correctly
NO. 2 MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND,
yERMONT BOARD OF EDUCATION.
Burlington, April, 1613.
Tho Annual Session ot tho
T E A C II E R S' INSTITUTE
For Rutland Codnty, will bo held In tho
VILLA ail OF WALLlXai'OUD,
Commencing on Monday, May 12, at 2 o'clock, p.
111., nnd closing on tho Friday following.
Competent nnd experienced Instructors and
Lecturers will bo present, and assist lu couclud
In tho exercises.
Tho day sessions ot tho institute will bo de
voted to tho discussion and presentation ot
methods ot organizing, clnsslljlng, governing,
nnd teaching common schools.
A lecturo may bo expected each evening.
An examination for candidates tor suite Cer
tificates will bo held during tho session ot tho
Superintendents aro repuested to notlty every
teacher In their respective towns, and tourgo
them to bo present ut every session ol tho Insti
tute. All friends or Education aro Invited to attend.
Clergymen nro respectfully requested to glvo
notice of tho Institute, from their pulpits.
Freo return tickets will bo furnished to nil
who pay tull rare on tho Rutland Railroad In
coming to the Institute.
JOHN II. FRENCH,
Invites tho ladies to call and cxamlno n bplcn
did assortment or
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED.
ItlllBOKB, LACK VEILS AND HAItUKB,
Thread nnd Gulpuro Laces, Swiss Ties, Zephyr
and Worsted Embroideries, Hamburg
Edgings, Pnssamcntorlcs, Hair
Switches nnd curls,
And a lull lino or
LADIES' AND INFANTS' UNDERWEAR,
And many novelties loo numerous to mention.
RAND 3IUSICAL FESTIVAL.
To bo held nt tho
TOWN HALL, RUTLAND, VT.,
Commencing on Monday Eve., May 12, nnd clos
ing rrlday Eve, May l, isij, under the direc
tion or t ho celebrated conductor j
Mr. CARL ZERRAHN, or Boston, Mass
President, John N. Hatter, Rutland. F, A.
Fisher, Sec. E. A. Morse, Trent. Gi-orge A.
Mtetzkle, Musical committee, on which occa
sion the following eminent nrtlsts, whose repu
tation Is unrivaled, will npiH-nr.
Mine. Jennie Van ZANtiT.l'rlnm Donna, l.itoof
the Parepa Rosa English Coinpuny.
Mme Jl'i.e DkRytiieji, Soprano or Dr. t'hapln's
Church, New York.
M. Fiunz Kemmertz, Baritone of Trinity
uuurcn, .cw lorK,
Mr. W. 11. Fksskndkn, Tenor of tho Barme
Mit. A. J. PniLMra, Tenor ot Burlington.
Mtt. Geo. A. Mietzkk nnd Mit. S. C. JIooke,
Pianists. Prof. E. II. IIiiilrt, organist. Tho
OERMANIA BAND, ot Boston.
The Leadino Musicians ot the State wilt !so
THE LARGEST CHORUS
Eer assembled In Vermont will render tho
Choral music. In n stylo not excelled nt any
previous musical gathering. On Friday after-
uuun, iuny loin,
FIVE HUNDRED PUPILS OF THE TUBLIC
Will lurtlclnnte. nnd this. In connection with
tho appearance ol tho nrtlsts, will mako one ot
me picasantcsL icaiures ox 1110 icsitvai.
THREE GRAND CONCERTS AND MATINEES,
On Wednesday, Thursday nnd Friday.
Lady ti, Gentleman, $2, admitting to Chorus
SINGLE SEASON TICKETS, $3.
Admitting to all Rehearsals, Matinees and Con
certs. Matinco tickets, w cts. Concert Tickets, "s cts.
Matinees commence precisely nt 14 o'clock p.
m. Concerts nt s p. m.
BAXTER NATIONAL BANK,
11. Henry Baxter,
II. F. LOTIUtOl',
J. N. Baxter,
t. w. Pare,
Geo. E. Rovce,
Georok H. Borrujf,
.1. W. cramton,
N. T. Si'HAiit'K, Jr.
W. U. 1) UNION,
W. C. I.ANHON.
Mado and remitted tor nt Lowest Rrates.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIUB DErOSITS.
A general Banking nnd Exchango business
H. IlENUY BAXTER, PrCSt. J. N. BAXTER, V. PrCSl.
George R. Bottux, Cashlr.
RATES' HOUSE CORNER.
MASON ti JERKOWSKI
Havo Just opened the largest stock or
Ever brought to Vermont. Cast on your old
clothes nnd buy ono of our
stylish smrxa suits.
Wo havo them for all prices, and will sell any
thing In our lino
TWENTY PER CENT. CHEAPER
Than any other storo In tho State. Don't go to
n storo where their stock has been handled
over, year altcryear. Como where everything Is
FRESH AND NEW NOTHING OLD.
A glanco at our stock or
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Will convince you that tho Bates' House corner
Store Is tho only place where the stock ot these
goous are complete.
LADIES" AXD OUSTS1 TltAVXLISU DAGS
ot every description.
HATS AND CAPS
Aro a leading article with us, nnd this ac
counts xor our
Ot every stj lo nnd price. It you wish anything
In our line, call and get our prices: they will
couvlnco you where to buy.
MASON & JERKOWSKI,
43 Mchants' Row, under tho Hates' House,
P R I N G OPENING
OPERA CLOTHING, BOOT AND SHOE
E 31 P O H I U 31 ,
Merchants' Row, ... Rutland, Vt.
AVATKINS & CADY
Havo Just received from New York nnd Boston
Markets ono ot tho llnest lines or Clothing ever
exhibited by any Merchant this sido ol Mcndon
or Now Yoik, consisting of
MENS' BOYS' AND YOUTHS' SUITINGS
01 every dcscrlptlon,manufacturcd from
FINE ENGLISH CLOTHS,
Down to a Cheap Cherry Valley.
nOYS CLOTHING A SPECIALTY.
tFUnXISIIINd 0001IS DEPARTMENT COMPLETE.
Our Boot and Shoo department consists ot nil
tho latest novelties ol the season.
Ftva hundred nnd twenty-Ilvo trunks, very
low, having been bought before tho rlso In gold.
Two hundred and llvo pairs Womcns' Sldo
Laco Hoots, is thread, at II. Sizes from 2 V to 4.
Ono hundred and three pairs Womcns' Boots,
button, 11 thread, ut !.-.
Two hundred pairs Mens' Rubber Boots, all
In ovcry department, Troublo to commenco at
I u. 111. and cuutlnuo until v p. m.
V, W. WATKINS,
WI, P, CADY.
JJ R A N 0 I S C O S
F I It E
Representing tirtccn or the Largest nnd
strongest Companies In tho United Slates nnd
GENERAL AGENCY FOR VERMONT
LYC03HNG FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Havo Issued policies for THIRTY-THREE
YEARS, and paid oer f i,ii,sii for losses.
3IUTUAL FIP.E INSURANCE CO.
IN THE WORLD.
INC031E LAST YEAR, ijl,09'J,-lfia 00
Policies on the
CASH OR MUTUAL PLAN,
FOR RUTLAND AND ADDISON C'OUNTIIS
FARJIERS' 31UTU L FIRE INS. CO.
1 1, 000,000 00
THE BEST COMPANY IN THE STATE FOR
FARMERS. ' -
tr insures nothing but detached dwellings,
barns and coulentc.
By this plan, FARMERS' only pay for lasses
on t'AIM I'llorKltTV. No hazardous prop
erly Insured by this Company.
L I, E N & I) R E W
Are lint homo from New York nnd Boston
with the latgosl ami best selected Mock (it
READY MADE CLOTHING,
GKN'IV FURNISHING GOODS
Li cr shown In Rutland,
Prices will bo as low ns tho lowest. Theso
goods nro bought tor CASH and will bo sold
GUSTO 31 CLOTHING
A largo lino or CLOTHS to select from. A
CUTTER that cannot bo beat In Vermont.
TRUNKS AND BAGS.
ALLEN & DREAV,
Paink, Bowman i- co.'s Old Stand,
21 Merchants' Row.
CENTRAL HOUSE CORNER
Tho Placo to Buy
For our rt'STnxf niniAiiTMpvT 1
Just received n mil line of ' "
Which we shall mako up to mcasuro at
Call early and mako selections.
H. W. KINGSLEY,
Central Houso Corner, - - - RUTLAND, VT.
gPRING AND SUJI31ER
IN ALL STYLES,
FOR MEN AND BOYS' WEAR,
:f-EXTRA SIZES A SPECIALTY.jj
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS AND VALISES.
The best stock or
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Flno White nnd Fancy
MADE TO OIIDEII.
A. O. CUNNINGHAM,
No. 5 Center street, (opposite depot.)
31. C. S.
PECK & BEN.IA3I1NS
C L O T II I N G STORE,
Whcro you can always nnd Iho largest nnd best
assortment or stylish
READY 3IADE CLOTHING,
HATS & CAPS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
TRUNKS, SATCHELS, AC,
And savo ss per cent, on every article j on buy at
PECK tc BENJAMIN'S
rOI'ULAU SQUARE DEALING)
GREEN MOUNTAIN CLOTHING STORE.
No. 19,, Center Street,
RUTLAND, . VERMONT.
T & T. OA DEN,
Wholesale nnd Retail Dealers In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNEII FRUITS, PICKLES, ,tr
AND FANCY GOODS.
Also, Dealers lu
DRY GOODS, SHAWLS, DRESS GOODS,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, Ac., AC.
All assortment of
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
Constnntly on hand.
AGENTS FOR MAIL STEAMERS TO AND
tDItAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT ON THE
BANKS OF ENGLAND, IRELAND, SCOTLAND
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN STS.
18fi7. , 187U.
OLD It E D S T O It E .
(UIOCKIIIKS AXD PllOVISfOXS,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
mnyltr Merchants' Row.
JOSEPH II. GUY,
S. HAYWARD A CO.,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HAY AND WOOD.
Washinbton St., Rutland, Vt.
Jt U L T O N 31 A It K E T,
DUNTON A HAYWARD
All kinds of Meats. FKli. Ven-elnlileH unit
rrults 111 their season.
Klngsley A Spraguo's Block, Merchants' Row.
PETER F. 3tc3IANUS,
And dealer In
No. 93 West St., RUTLAND, VT.
T EVI G. KINGSLEY.
BUILDERS' AND CABINET
Weymouth Fine Finishing nnd Empire Cut
Nails, Iron, Steel, chains, Ac.
Steel, Iron, Picks, Ames' Shovels, Blasting Pow
der (goi eminent proof), Fuse, largo
Drill Files, Sleel Striking Ham
mers, Handles, Ac.
MANILLA ROPE AND CORDAGE.
SAW-MILI, CIRCULAR AND WOOD SAWS,
AND BOYNTON'S LIGHTNING
Oils, Varnishes, Glue, Sand Paper, Brushes, Ac.
GLASS AND PUTTY.
A splendid lino of Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Shears nnd Scissors.
Parlor Furniture, Center Tables Mirrors, Ex
tension Tables, Bedsteads, Mai trusses,
Spring Beds, Bureaus and chulrs.
Manufacturer of Black Walnut, Chestnut and
Painted Chamber Sets.
Velvet, Brussels, Tapestry, Three Ply and In
grain carpets, oil Cloths, Ac, Ac.
COFFINS AND CASKETS,
AND METALLIC BURIAL CASES.
At L. O. KINGSI.EY'S.
Rutland, May 1, 1SJ3.
rilOLKSALE FRUIT DEPOT.
Tho subscriber has mado arrangements (0
receive nil kinds ot
by tho car-load direct rrom llrst hands In New
York nnd Boston, and Is prepared to till orders
from lh'nlers In Rutland and from on tho lines
of Railroads centering here, nt tho Lowest
ORANGES AND LEMONS
Repacked and Warranted ns represented. 1
I am also prepared to pay tho highest cash
price for Potatoes to ship to Market. '
E. 1'. HITCHCOCK,
Opposlto tho Depot,
WANTED. A FEW THOUSAND
ncres of good timber and wood land
near Rutland nnd Wnlllngloril villages. Glvo
dlscrlptlon and price. Also, some good Western
land, well located. Also 2fi choppers and threo
good coal burners. Address P. O, box 111, Wnl
Uugrord, Vt. maysdSd '
rpiIE PIANO SELECTED FOR USE
X at tho coming Festival Is tho DECK Kit
BROS, E. N. MEllllIAM sells them. I
NEW AR31Y BROGANS, 1.75, nt
TUESDAY .MORNING, 3IAY 13, 187:1.
Itlomor)- iif Il)-ilc'a Tavern.
HO MB. VKItMIIXT I1F.MINI8CF.NCKH,
Tlio mention of "Lllierly Hall," nt Sud
liury, A't., now nmong tlio tilings of tin
past, will call to this memory of many (if
our millers ways of pleasantness nml patlii
of country pcaccftilticss. Years ngo, v lien
lioiml could lie had nt iJILfiO n week, "with
Hint? mcaN n tiny, 11 tlnncc every cvenliifj
except Sunday (n honniin on Hint j, mid I'm
rides In his wnirn thrown In," Ilvdc's was
nt its highest stale. AVhole futilities, from
every part of ll.e country, with limiimeni
hie children, ate, drank milk, nnd - slept
on to Ihi'iiifehcs coatings of fat," nnd en
joyed n freedom nnd freshness that did
then, ns it now docs. In rcmcmhr.nico.
soothe tin? sulleiliigs of n dyspeptic. As In
nil virtuous communities, nature seemed to
tlo its lest In hrhighig the hest down upon
that (pilot old place. Tho wind Mew fun,
nnd when it rained, fun poured upon nil,
It wns the easiest, healthiest, quietest, eosl
est old place In New England. 3Ien, wo
men nnd child! en did ns they pleased, nnd
the tithing men of the village helped them.
Telegrams never appeared In the town, mid
the meat of tho dally journals enme hut
once a week, In tho shnpe of the 3Ilddle
hury Banner, the Orwell Dugle, or the
Rutland Mercury. No 0110 cared to know
of things lieforc they happened, nnd, like
ancient prophets, they gne lengthy con
sideration to rumors before they believed
them. Once or twice in the manv sum
mers wo passed there, two people only weio
anxious enough for the news to drive old
Jack nnd the buck-hoard seven miles to get
them. Life there was ns near vegetation
and perfection ns it w ell could be. Hut wo
are allowing our feelings to run nwny with
us, for the old house, with Its twenty-one
gables, has gone, and wo must think 'of it
as tho children of Israel thought upon the
homes of their fathers, nnd wish to get
Hyde was .1 character. He was at once
the most respected and richest man In the
community- Long before the railroad sys
tem was introduced in the country, Ids
father, who met an untimely death from
rolling off a log, and allowing the log to
roll over hinC established himself as a
keener of the half-way tavern on the stage
road between Albany and the upper cud of
Lake Clianiplaln. Here, as the niicienl
register shows, Silas AVrlght, AVebster,
-Alangtim, B. F. Butler, of Sandy Hill ;
Levi Woodbury, Emmons (sumamed Pop,;
A'an Buren, John Qulncy Adams, and bun
dreds of others known to political fame,
put up for tho night, or waited a. change
of horses and the services of a good dinner.
The original Hyde always had a story at
hand, In which some one of these worthies
bore a conspicuous part ; hut that fatal log
put at end to them long ngo. Hyde, the
son, who recently died, full of honors anil
associate judge of the county of Rutland,
inherited the property, aud the most excel
lent characteristics of bis father. Reared
among the dally chances of associating
with the great, the intellectual, and the
witty of our country, he seemed to have
become saturated with their most winning
peculiarities. He could not only tell a
story without a hatchet, but be could han
dle one that cut lioth ways In telling It.
About twenty years ago on the suggestion
and recommendation ot tho late Isaac O.
Barnes, we went to Hyde's to "see for our
selves, and take rooms for the season." A
pleasant ride from Bellows Falls over the
Green mountains, on a soft .Tune morning,
was enough in itself to make us fall in love
with our anticipations. Our undo John
(who is weighty authority on epitaphs)
was along with us, to "see for himself"
whether lisliing was really what it was said
to lie, slept all the way through tho marble
quarries, and didn't see a tombstone, and nt
about four in the nftcnioon we reached the
end of our railway travel. A small boy,
with hair of orange hue, eyes and habila
ments of gray, stood upon the platform
eating domesticum drops. As he appear
ed to bo willing for something, wc asked
him the route to Hyde's, for we yet hail
seven miles more of mountain riding to do
before wo should reach that desired point.
"Hyde's!" said he, "I'm como for you, I
s'pose; the wagon's round t'other side the
bulldin'i horses are nfecrcd o' them en
gines." AVo soon rattled up Into the town of
Brandon, nnd passing through were in
formed by our youthful driver that "Dou
glas was Wn in this place ; I s'pose vou
know him ?"
It was Stephen A. Dnuglas ho referred
to, ami that was the last reference ho made
to anything until wo reached the foot of a
long aud tedious hill, when he said it was
usual in hot weather for " fat men to get
out and help tho horses by ascending on
foot." Uncle John got thoroughly aroused
by the time we were passing ""Widdcr "
Stark's one-door house, half way up the
hill. No amount of swearing would stop
his perspiration. AVu halted a few mo
ments to allow our horses to feed, and had
a few word9 with a lank old citizen, (who
wo afterwards learned was the reliable dea
con of tho town), engaged in putting in
new shingles on the " widdcr s" roof,
whcro ho ' really thought they were need
ed." Thu deacon was slightly drunk, but
not dangerously so to him, as tho house
was of but one story, and the eaves so near
the ground that thu hollyhocks, not more
than half grown In height, were blooming
nnd blushing nlxivo them. The deacon was
glad to sco us " city folks," and would have
given all tho geographical information thu
neighborhood was capable, of if we could
Fairly over tho hill wc soon gained sight
of the church of Sudbury, whoso four tin.
tipped spires glittered In tho sunlight,
"just ono mile from Hyde's all tho way
down hill," as our driver told us. The
number of these spires excited our reason
ing ingenuity. Whilo one would have
.been ample for architectural effect, and
would have been more economical in tho
building, w o w ondered why a peoplo cele
brated for thrift and simplicity, astho A'cr
moutcrs are, should have required four.
Our driver enlightened us. In most New
England towns, where tho population is
sparso and thinly settled, a single church
building Is used for several denominations.
The Sudbury church served Presbyterians,
3Ictkodlsts, Unlversallsts, nnd as thu town
hall. Hence the four spires ouo apiece.
Passing through the villagowo stopped
at tho post olllco and left tho mails, exam
ined tho stall In tho postmaster's stable,
whcro the celebrated stallion Trumpeter,
the father of all the Blackhawks.commlttcd
suicide, nnd soon after, ut a smart gallon.
drove up to tho porch ut Hyde's. Tho
iiortly proprietor was standing at tho door ;
in form, a perfect Pickwick, his left hand
neatly bestowed beneath his coat-tails, his
right waving us n welcome. Dr. Boncset
was thero to present us, and with the Ian
gunge of his introduction wo will close our
memory for tho present :
"This Is31r. A'an Dam, Governor Hyde,
and this is 3Ir. i 3Ir. , you will
know him. Ho is tho historian. Ho takes
tho facts of our history and embelishes
So much for reputation. 3Ir. Blank had
for thirty w eary years been engaged writ
ing the history of the United States. Gun
P I T T S F O R 1) F U R N A C E ,
J. PRICHARD, Proprietor.
CHARCOAL PIG IRON,
PITTSFORD, VT. majldSm
K1SS1NGEN AVATEit on Draught nt
F. FENN JC CD'S.