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RUTLAND, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1873.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
P A I N T S S 1 CI N 9
(). T. C 11 0 S S,
Manufacturer of mid Dealer In
finishing i.r.Min:i!, shingles, i.atii,
CLAl'MIAHUS, AND Sl'Itl'CE Ll'MIIEI.,
IlOllltS, HASH, 1II.IMIS, MOULD
INGS, HltACKETS. WIN
DOW FIIAMEN ic
Scroll Naw liis of nil kinds, I'lnhln-r, Mulching
and Mlazlwr ilono to order. Ynnl nnd Mill Cor
ner or I'nlun nnd l'urnaco Streets, near Freight
Depot, llutland, Vt. Mayld&wSm.
QHOW CASKS, CORNER, CLOCK
O and Mniitlu Shelves made (o order, with
l'laln or .Moulded edtres. HltACKETS sawed In
illlTereiit styles nt DEAltllOltN'S
EW MOULDINGS FOR PICTURE
Fmmtiii,', Chromos, Mlhoifrnphs, and
MURTAIX CORNICES OF 11LACK
J Walnut, or nil (Jilt, mado to order, cur
tain Kings, Tassels nnd Cords. DEAltllOltN'S
BEARISORN IS AGENT FOR GAUD
MIK'S Perforated Chair Scat, for renovat
ing over Cad-Flag or lltish bottom chairs,
l'leaso to call and seo them.
drove Illock HUTLAND, Vt.
" HUTLAND MANUFACTUHING COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SEAT CHAIRS, I1HD
STEADS AMI C1IAIK STOCK.
Corner of West and Forest Sts,
L. Atwood, Agt. O. C. ltcnm.KS, Treas.
T W. ICING,
Manufacturer nnd wholesalo nnd retail dealer In
HASH, DOOHS, HI.1MIS,
MOULDINGS, HHACKETS, AND HOUSE FUU
Ol- KVEKV DESCUII'TIOS.
l'UIINACE STKKET, Hl'TI.AND, VT.
Orders by mall or otherwlso promptly attend
ed to. myldtf
.1. J. GUINDON,
Ii L AOKSJII T II .
Particular attention paid to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted, shop on
WEST ST., NEAlt OLIVEIt SIAMSLK WOKKS,
mayld3m HUTLAND, VT.
HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL l'AINTEIt,
(IHAININO AND DECOKATINU, IN AM. STYLES.
Kalsomlnlngnnd Hard Wood Finishing, Glazing
and dlass Staining.
Martcll's New Ilulldlng, Center Street,
ltutland, Vt. mayldlm
LINCOLN IKON "WOKKS.
MarhloMIU nnd Holstln! Machinery of tho
most Improved construction. Derricks and
immplng machinery, castings nnd general ma
Steel and Iron Wlro Hono at Manufacturer's
ltutland, Vt., May 1, 1873. mayldtf
O. II. M U1ICIIOU8 E,
Opposite Central House - - RUTLAND, Vt.
A. II. H AAV LEY,
COXTKACTOK AXD VllACTICM, Sl.ATr.lt,
Ho Is prepared to do all work promptly and
well. Orders can bo left nt J. E. Glynn's store
on Merchants' Itow, or nt tho llardwcll House.
IteeremeH ltockwond Ilarrctt, ltutland; L. M.
Mason, Piesldent of First National Hank, De
troit, Michigan; Hon. .1. M. Marvin, Saratoga
11 K O K E K ,
U IIIIOAD KTHVET, SEW YOllK.
Stocks, Governments and Gold bought nnd sold
tw Interest allowed on deposits, mayisdtf
jTiotcts and Sitting $00111$.
C It A M T O N & 8 A L S 11 U It Y
Tlio BAUDWELL HOUSE Is located opposite
ho Depot and has long been favorably Known
to tho traveling public. It has been recently
Improved, now urfordlng the best and most
nmplo accommodation to guests.
Tho TADLE will bo supplied with all tho
luxuries of tha Season, and every attention will
bo paid to tho comfort of Its patrons.
In tho future, ns In tho past, tho Proprietors
Intend to mnko it a Hrst-class House uffordlng
nil tho comforts of a homo to tho traveler. The
public pntronago Is solicited.
A GOOD LIVEUY In connection with tho
Attentlvo PORTERS will bo found at tho
Depot, on tho arrival of all trains,
J. . I'KAMTON,
J. A. Salsbciiy.
F A K M KltS' II 0 T K L ,
FiiEiaiiT Stueet, . - HUTLAND, VT.
A FIRST CLASS
M E AT 51 A It K E T
IN HOTEL ItUlLMNa.
mnyld3m J. E. JOHNSON, Piioimuktoh.
J. W. FISHEH'S
NEW DINING IIOOMS,
Central Houso Illock, Merchants' Row,
Wai m Meals served at all hours of tho day
i.ind isi'cnlnir. mayldsm
J. F. STINSON'S
J) I N I N G II A
(Julnn's Illock, Opposite tho Depot,!
RUTLAND, - - - VERMONT.
Warm Meals served nt all hours of tho day
mm evening, mnyiuiw
NEW I) I N I N 0 II ALL,
In rooms formerly occupied by .1. W. Fisher
KINOSLEY H Sl'KAOUE'S I1LOCK,
WARM MEALS 8KUVED AT AM, II0UIS8.
A SPLENDID LOT OF NEW III t AID
il ING DESIGNS, nlso ALI'HAHETS, Just ro-
II. N. MEniHAM'H.
AN D O N & 1IUNTOON,
Wholesalo and Retail Dealers In
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, &., &., &c.
A general Assortment of
11 E L T I N G, L A C I N (1, Ac.
TIMOTHY, CLOVER, AND ALL
NOVA SCOTIA PLASTER,
LODI MANUFACTURING CO.'S POUDHCTTIL
A FtJI.I. LINK OP
CHEAP FOR CASH
It A R R E TT'S OLD S T O R E.
S. J- L001
Wholesalo denier In
CALIFORNIA WINES AND Hit ANDY.
IltTOKTEH ANII WHOLESALE DEALER
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
Tho attention of Town Agents, Physicians
and Druggists Is especially called to our wines,
as they aro unsurpassed for medical purposos,
coming from one of tho oldest vineyards In
California. All goods guaranteed puro and sat
isfactory, or to bo returned at my erpenso.
CORNER FHKiailT AND EVELYN, ST8
(Landon Iluntoon's Illock,)
llutland, Vt. myltr
"fllllE I1EST SHIRTS I EVER HAD.'
-L Tills is what thoy say of
E. N. MERRIAM'S PERFECT FITTING BHIRTS,
flMIK PIANO SELECTED FOK USE
X at tho coming Festival Is the DECKER
1.. n, aicjuiiAM neimnem
-yy E E K S & HA K U E R
AT NO. 1, OPERA HOUSE DLOCK,
Keep a full assortment of tho following
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
FRENCH CHINA WARE,
TA1ILE GLASS WARE,
SILVER PLAT1SD WARE,
PAINTED '10I1.ET SIITS,
TASSKLS AND CORDS,
LAMPS AND LANTERS,
Wholesalo and Retail,
LAMP CHIMNEYS and I1URNERS,
Wholesalo nnd ltetntl.
MATTRASSES and LOUNGES, and
mayldtf DONE TO ORDER.
nURNHAM A- TEMPLE.
We aro Agents for tho following first class
Fire Insurance Companies.
Aetna Assets, f 0,000,000
Imperial, " 8,000,000
Home, N. Y " 4,000,000
Hoyal " 10,1x10,000
Hartford, " S.iso.ooo
lnsuranco of No. America, Phlla. " !i,i50,oofl
Franklin " a,400,ooo
l'henl.v, N. Y " 2,000,000
Phoenix, Hartford " 1,000,000
sprlnglleld " 1,000,000
National, Hartford, " SOO,0(K1
Theso aro the best known of all tho companies
represented In ltutland, and slnco we have
represented them they Ami! jnidvmrt money to
the citizens of ltutland and vicinity than all
other romjiaiiicH combined.
This record proves their stability and their
willingness to pay all proper claims.
Wo contldently expect a contlnuanco of the
liberal pat ronago which theso companies have
Wo nlso represent tho Travelers Life and Ac
cident lnsuranco Company. Wo give a better
and cheaper policy than any other Llto com
Call nnd see.
HURMIAM A: TEMPLE.
Office, Opera House, Rutland, VI.
HARRY W. NYE'S
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY,
No. 4, Merchants' Itow, Hutland, Vt.
GENERAL AGT ETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Fire Insurance In First Class Companies.
J C. LEWIS,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, TOILET
ARTICLES, FANCY OOODS, LADIES'
11ASKETS, AKTIST8' MATERIAL,
PAINTS, OIL, PAINTERS
HUSH, WINDOW GLASS,
PUTTY, ic, AC.
And tho best goods In mvllne tho market
affords aro my specialties. Prices reasonable,
In consideration of quality.
CBTHESCHIPTIONH carefully and correctly
NO. 2 MERCHANTS' HOW, RUTLAND.
yr.R MONT HOARD OF EDUCATION.
secretary's Office, 1
llurllngton, April, 1373.f
Tho Annual Session of tho
For Rutland County, will bo held In tho
villa a n 'or wa 1. Lisaro n i,
Commencing on Monday, May U, at 2 o'clock, p.
m., and closing on tho Friday following.
Competent and experienced instructors and
lecturers will bo present, and assist In conclud
In q cxcrclscn
Tho day sessions of tho Instltuto will bo do
voted to the discussion and presentation of
methods of organizing, classifying, governing,
and teaching common schools.
A lecture may bo expected each evening.
An examination for candidates for state Cer
tltlcatcs will bo held during tho session of tho
Superintendents aro repucsted to notify every
teacher In their respective towns, and touriro
them to bo present at every session of tho Instl
tuto. All friends of Education are Invited to attend.
Clergymen aro respectfully requested to gle
notlco of tho Institute, from their pulpits.
Free return tickets will lie furnished to all
who pay full faro on tho llutland Railroad In
coming to tho Institute.
JOHN II. FRENCH,
Invites tho ladles to call and cxamlno a splen
did assortment of
NEW GOODS JUST ItF.CKIVED.
lUIIIIOXs, LACK VKHJi AND llAHIIES,
Thread and Guipure Laces, Swiss Tics, Zephyr
and Worsted Embroideries, Hamburg
Edgings, Passamentorles, Hair
Switches and Curls,
And n full lino of
LADIES' AND INFANTS' UNDERWEAR,
And many novelties loo numerous to mention.
RAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL.
To bo held at Iho
TOWN HALL, RUTLAND, VT.,
Commencing on Monday Eve., May 18, and clos
ing Friday Eve., May 10, lsw, under the direc
tion of the celebrated conductor
Mlt. CARL ZER11AIIN, of llosrox, MAR'S.
President, .Mm N. Ilixler, Rutland. I'. A.
Fisher, Sec. E. A. Morse, 'Irons. Geonre A.
Mlctzkle, Musical Cuiiimlttee. On whli li oei'a
slon the following eminent art I !-, whose repu
tation Is unrivaled, will nppear.
Mme. Jennie Van ZiMiT.Prlhvi Duma, lut of
the Parepa Rosa English t'niiipaiis.
Mme Ji'i.k DkHvtiieii, Soprano of Dr. ('lupin'
Church, New Yolk. 1
M. 1'iunz Remmkiitz, ltarttone of Trlnltv 1
Cliuivli, New York.
Mil. W. II. Fessesiikn, Tenor of tho llama
Sin. A. .1. pitn.i.iP!", Tenor of llurllnul.m.
Mk. Geo. A. MIKT7KE and Mn. S. t". Mooiik, I
Pianists. Pror. K. II. H1111.KV, Organist. The
OERMAMA HAND, of lloston.
The Lkadinii MrsiciANSot theSlale will also
THE LAHOEST ClIOHUS
Ever assembled In Vermont will render the
Choral music. In n stjle not excelled nt any
previous musical gathering. On Friday after
noon, Mny 10th,
FIVE HUNDRED PUPILS OF THE PUI1L1C
Will participate, nnd llili, In connection with
the appearance of tho artists, will mako one of
the pleasantest features of the festival.
THREE GRAND CONCERTS AND MATINKHS,
On Wednesday, Thursday nnd Friday.
Lady II, Gentleman, ft, admitting to Chorus
SINGLE SEASON TICKETS, M.
Admitting to all Rehearsals, Matinees nnd Con
certs. Matinee tickets, so cts. Concert Ticket s, 75 cts.
Matinees commenco precisely nt 1)i o'clock p.
in. Concerts nt 8 p. m.
I1AXTER NATIONAL RANK,
- - ijllOO.OOO.
H. HEsar Haxteii,
H. F. IxiTiiitor.
J. W. CltASITON,
N. T. Sl'HAdUE, .III.
W. C. IIUNTON,
W. c. Landon.
J. N. Haxteii,
T. W. Paiie,
GEO. E. HOYCE,
GKOIUIE II. HOTTVM,
Made and remitted for nt Lowest Urates.
1NTEHEST ALIXIWED ON TIME DE1'0SIT!.
A general Rankin? nnd Exchnntre. business
II. Henry Haxteii, Prcst. J. N. Haxteii, V. Prest.
Oeoiioe R. IIOTTUM. Cashier.
JATES' HOUSE CORNER.
MASON A- JEIiKOWSKI
llavo Just oiwned the largest stock of
0 L O T II I X ti
Ever brought to Vermont. Cast off jour old
clothes and buy one of our
sti'lihu Hi'iuxn auir.t.
Wo havo them for nil pi Ices, and will sell any
thing In our lino
TWENTY PER CENT. CHEAPER
Than any other store In tho State. Don't go to
a store where their stock has been handled
over, year after j car. Comowheroeverjthlngls
FRESH AND NEW NOTHING OLD.
A glnnco nt our stock of
OEXTS' FURXISHIXG GOODS
Will convlnco vou that tho Hates' Houso Corner
Store is tho only plnco where the stock of these
goods aro complete.
I.AVlKlf AXD OKXr.f TllAVKUXO l'.AUH
of every description.
HATS AND CAPS
Aro n leading nrtlclo with us, and this ac
counts fur uur
Of every stylo and price. If you wish nnjlhlng
In our line, call nnd get our prices; they will
convlnco vou wheru to buy.
MASON 4- JEIIKOWSKI.
43 Merchants' Row, under tho Hates' House,
g P K I N O OPENING
OPERA CLOTHING, HOOT AND SHOE
E M P O R I U M ,
Merchants' How, ... Rutlanp, Vt.
WATKINS & CADY
llavo Just received from New Yoik nnd lloston
Murkets 0110 of tho linest lines of clothing ever
exhibited by any .Merchant this side of Mendou
or New York, consisting of
MENS' HOYS' AND YOUTHS' SUITINGS
Of every dcscrlptlon.manutacturcd from
FINE ENGLISH CLOTHS,
Down to a Cheap Cherry Valley.
liOYff OLOT11INO A SPKOTALTY.
(FUKNISIIINd I100I1S DEPARTMENT COMPLETE.
Our Hoot and Shoo department consists of all
tho latest novelties of the season. ;
SPECIAL T I E S .
Flvo hundred nnd twenty.ilvo trunks, very
low, having been bought before tho rise In gold.
Two hundred and llto pairs Womens' Mdo
Laco Hoots. 18 thread, nt VI. Sizes from i4 to 4.
uno nunureu aim inreu pairs i omens' jtoois,
button, 10 thread, at tl.es.
Two hundred pairs Mens' Rubber Hoots, all
kinds, at 3.oo.
In every department. Troublo to commenco nt
T a. 111. anu continue until v p. in.
F, W, WATKINS,
WM. P. CADY
Jp K A N V I S C O ' S
Representing llfleen of tho largest nnd
Strongest Companies In the fulled States nnd
GENERAL AGENCY FOR VERMONT
LYCOMING FIRE IXSUIEAXOE CO.
llavo Issued pollclia for THIRTY-THREE
YEARS, nnd paid over f I.Iit.SI l.o-l for losses.
-MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.
IN THE WORLD.
INCOME LAST YEAR, $1,0l)9,-l(ia 0(1
Policies on I lie
CASH 01! MUTUAL PLAN,
FOR RUTLAND AND ADDISON COUNTIES
FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO.
THE 11EST COMPANY IN THE STATE FOR
FARM I'.RS. ' '. I
tv Insures nothing but detached dwellings,
barns nnd content?.
Hy this plan, FARMERS' only pay for losses
on J'.I.'.U rilOl'MtTV. Np hazardous prop
erty Insured by this company.
(Clothing & uvnijshina (tfoortjs.
L L E N & D It E W
Aro lust homo from New York ond llcston
Ilh tho laftfest and best selected stock of
HUADY MADI! CLOTHING,
UKNT.-V FURNISHING GOODS
Kht shown In Rutland.
Prices will bo ua low as .tho lowest. Theso
goods aro bought for CASH and will bo sold
CUSTI) M CLOTHING
A largo lino of CLOTHS to select from. A
CUTTER that cannot bo beat In Vermont.
TRUNKS AND HAGS.
ALLEN & DREW,
Paink, Howman k co.'a Old SrAND,
21 Merchants' How.
gPHING AND SUMMER
IN ALL STYLES,
FOR MEN AND HOYS' WEAR,
JWEXTRA SIZ1W A SPECIAI.TY.fU
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS AND VALISES.
Tho best stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Fine Whlto and Fancy
MADE TO ORDER.
A. O. CUNNINOHAM,
No. r. Center street, (opposlto depot.)
Gr. c- a
PECK & KEXJAMIX'S
C L () T II I N G S T O K E ,
Where you can always llnd tho largest and best
assortment of stylish
READY MADE CLOTHING,
RATS ic CAPS, GENTS' FURNISI1INO OOODS,
TRUNKS, SATCHELS, 4C,
And save 25 per cent, on every nrtlclo you buy at
P E OK A- 11 E N J A M I N S
POPl'LAR SQUARE DEALINS '
GRHUN MOUNTAIN CLOTHING STORE.
No. 19, Center Street,
HUTLAND. - - VERMONT,
CENTRAL HOUSE CORNER
Tho Place to Huy
For our CUSTOM DEPARTMENT wo have
Just received a full lino of , .
Which wo shall mako up to measure at
Call early and mako selections.
II. W. KINGSLKY,
Central Houso Corner, - . RUTLAND, VT.
FRIDAY MORNING M A yTo 1873.
(For tho Rutland Olobe.
Cimvi'x, iiiii-h mill ft'oulN.
The " fool catcher " who has been plying
his nvor itlon nt Ktltl.mil with success, n).
pe:u 1 111 this pi tee a few evenings since
nml opene.l 011 lis. Uy n i ltsc he collected
quite :i l.irKc i-rmvil, hy iitmounclnn hy
ll.iiniiii; Imiiil tli.it at a ccrUln tinic 11
(ert.lln perumi 11 unci (teal or llcliljoiis)
wimlil rule 011 n vehipipcle hi front of tho
Like Hoiwhccii Ilonye, ami he luHc.l Ihe
pulillc to come ic.t.l witnet the womlerful
feats he purfnrnij 1. At or neir the time
set for the vohvipe le p"i'form iikc. this
hipeil, lnste.i,l or a el.)c!ii'(e, put in ills
appear.mc nml comment eil to Iminnue the
cniwil, nml ollcieil lo wll u certain klml of
lien, worth til retail say llfleen cents per
ilo.en, anil put one pen in a box at one dol
lar per liox, or per pen, ami promised In
certain boxes the purchasers would find
live dollars, and In oilier boxes less sums of
money, all the way down to very small
sums, and in certain boxes Ihete would no
money be found, but simply one pen. In
doing tins business he assured the crowd
Hint he would not take but ten per cent, of
their money, and that the ninety per cent,
should be honestly nnd fairly paid hack to
the crowd, In very unequal proportions,
after the manner of prize candy, but all
should linvo an equal chance for Hie pri.cs,
and told the crowd that this was just the
chance, nnd he the very man they long had
sought to lead them on to fame and for
tune, and invited the crowd to step In and
try their luck and his integrity. Ho then
nnnounced the nonappearance of the veloc
ipede man, and gave some very plausible
Tho crowd not not seeing any chance for
fun in this veloeipedcstrianism business,
turned their attention to this man of words
nnd wind, who was now in a wagon, stand
ing upright, having 11 kerosene trident
flame, casting n dull, red glare, smoking
like a tar kiln, having in h'u hand? a large
number of greenbacks, which he proposed
to put into boxes nnd sell to the crowd be
fore detailed, witli tho pens. AVliile Haunt
ing tills money in tho face of tho crowd,
the wind blew the llamo and smoke into his
face, giving him n wild, weird and plutonic
appearance, and when I fust saw him with
his fire, greenbacks and boxes, which in
the night time looked at lirst like a piece of
pasteboard, nnd not knowing what the fel
low was driving at, it appeared to me he
was selling tickets for Tophet.
All this time he was furiously lying, tell
ing one lie a minute, and perhaps seventy
five to the hour. He told the crowd that
this was a fair and legitimate business,
and he had practiced it at Rutland and all
the principal towns in the United States
and Canada, with the approval of the bet
ter class of people therein, nnd that tills
was a rare chance to make a large sum of
money nt very small risk, and in which
they could not lose but ten per cent, in any
He made It a condition precedent that
caeli person who bought a box should open
it at the wngon, that all might witness
that everything was fair and just as repre
sented. This suggestion "took" vith some of the
ciowd liaving "faith without knowledge,"
who began to invest, anil as might lie ex
pected the first who bought, drew prizes,
on which part of the crowd g.ued, admired
and wondered. This prize money they
reinvested and lost, nnd bought again and
continued to buy to ascertain whether it
was luck and chance or tilck, and thus
continued until they were satisfied that
something else was "sold" besides pens nnd
boxes or gieen backs.
I do not know of a single person who
drew any money and kept It there may
have been such but I think not.
When the evening entertainment was
over the performer showed the landlord the
nett proceeds of the play to be 43.li0, and
said this was the sum he look, and what ho
realized. Now if tills business had been
conducted ns represented he would have
taken in about .43.'i.O0, and would have
paid back UUl.OO, retaining ns ids com
mission the snug little sum $ 13.50, for
handling this money one evening. Instead
of this result, 1 do not believe all the crowd
eairied away five dollars or even ijl.00
taken from tills professor. I except in tills
estimate tho first purchases of Ikixcs and
pens which drew prizes and which tho pur
chasers reinvested and this was not car
ried away but so much was drawn 'once
There was some curious features in this
business. Thoso w ho lost most were told
befoie purchasing that tho wholo tiling was
n client, and it was fully explained to them
nnd they nrc of a class of men who think
they aro sharp and able to take cure of
themselves, and do not, as a general thing,
placo much confidence in wltat any man
will tell them, and liavu not much faith in
human integrity, anil they know that every
thing they could know nnd reason from
that tlds man was lying at a fearful rate,
and no ouo of all tlds bitten crowd would
have sold this man a sheep worth live dol
lars and taken his note therefor payable in
ten dayfl, well knowing If lie did ho would
loose his mutton,
Yet they gaped, stared, wondered, and
admired this fellow's incohcrcncynnd volu
bility, nnd swallowed Ids lies and btories,
and were mnnzed that mi smart n man
could have lived so long, nnd they not have
heard of him before, nnd they kept their
months open so long that their jaws be
came rigid nnd and one could seo their
"buck teeth" n long distance by tho light
of tho professor's lamp.
It always has seemed amazing strange to
mo that men who think they mo smart,
and aro really sharp in some things, and
cautious in most matters will Indulge In
gambling, betting nnd buying "saw dust
packages," and in ways that niu devious
and In tricks timt are dnik, nnd who while
so doing, have good leason to believe they
will bo beaten and cheated nt every turn.
Horace Greeley in his life timo was at.
ways striving to keep this class of fools
out of tho lire and out of trouble by con
stant and untiring advlco or reproof, somo
of whom lie excused for cause, saying Hint
"A man who 1ms pot common sense, Is not
obliged to use it." Horacojielng dead and
theso Irrnoccnt ones left friendless, I must
take rare of tlicm I Our Castleton nnd Rut
land unfortunates will not wish to bo let
off on the lack of common sense. If this
fellow is to be believed lie bled Rutland
more In proportion than Castleton. He
said he took about $4.10 out of Rutland. I
saw him two nights at the coiner of Mcr
chont's Row anil Centre Street, with his
lamps trimmed nnd burning, nnd his clack
going, nnd he was surrounded by a gaping
crowd who wcie buying boxes of pens and
were watching each other Instead of watch
lug the man cheating them out of their eye
teeth. If any one had repeated the old nmim,
"a fool and Ids money Is roon parted." in
the hearing of any one of llils crowd, it
might have been .deemed both ti lie? and
1 hardly think Hint is true that there is
ns much pleasure in being cheated as in
cheating, still our Castleton friends seemed
to enjoy it exceedingly during tho per
formance, but on reflection they do not ap
pear to be vciy proud of it ns n pecuniary
transaction, and "mum Is the word" with
them when interrogated about it. They
lmvo u very short memory of Hint "eventful
night." Still I think, the most of tnem
would go into the same kind of "gull trap"
set to catch fools differently set nnd baited.
I have the kindest of feelings towards
every person who liought pens or boxes or
experience, and only havo a wish to pass
tlds humbug around, that inexperienced
persons shall not be defrauded out of their
money or deceived by him, in other parts
of the State. This caution may seem en
tirely unnecessary, but this fellow caught
a class of men in Castleton that I should
not have thought could have "taken in and
done for," ns I have described.
Lest this humbug shall think himself
hy ids smartness, I would like to submit a
question that lias perplexed me a good
deal and may lie treated under the head of
"Intellectual Philosophy." It Is this, is
there not a stripe or component part of the
fool In all great elicits or dupes ? I think
there U, nnd to prove this I wih to cite the
Mnuchauscn Stories of Mahomet; Joe
Smith nnd various other imposters, clients
Please let us have an opinion on tills
subject, "Such as is an opinion."
Pro IIono Prm.tco.
llcmiiiif-ton Con ill)'.
Hennington Association of Congregation,
al Ministers nnd the County Sabbath School
Union will be held at Dorset, May 27lh
Tho school nt Woodford City Is taught
hy Miss Lucia Mussey of Rutland.
Several cases of Small Pox m e reported
at East Charlotte, but all are doing well
under the care of Dr. YV. II. 11. Varney.
A Cheese factory is being built nt AVest
Charlotte, under tho direction of AInnsou
Col. E. 11. Sawyer landlord of the Amer
ican Hotel at Ilydepark, has banished all
Intoxicating liquors from his house and
will hereafter keep a strictly temperance
Mempluamagog Lake Is clear of ice. The
Nora made a trip or two through the lake
last week. The Lady of the Lake has been
repainted and is being put in thorough
order, nnd will be ready for her trips in a
Snow drifts are so deep in the cast part
of Albany that some farmers cannot plant
or sow their ground.
On tho Cth of May, Mr. A. Scott of
Craftsbury, planted potatocs.notwitlistand
ing a good sized snow-drift lay quietly re
posing on tho pieco they wcro planting.
Mr.-"V. II. Bowman, landlord of the
Mcmphrcmagog House, at Ncwport,has en
gaged a band at his hotel tlds summer, to
play at noon and evening on the arrival of
S. J. Rowley, of Dei by, gathered his sap
buckets on Thursday May 1st, being com
pelled to uso snow-shoes, the snow being
some two or three lcet deep. He has be
come dissatilled and sold ids land.
Tho Indian encampment at Derby has
been broken up.
Clyde Lodge of Good Templars at Derby
have elected C. YV. Clark, Chief Templar.
Dr. C. L. French of Glover, has a cow
that gives by actual weight 43J pounds of
Reuben Loekwood who recently died in
Irasburgh, was a former resident of St.
George in Chittenden county, nnd repre
sented that town in the legislature for live
The Newport Kiprtm says : a short time
since, nsRev. C. Tabor was called to at
tend a funeral in tho tow n of Charleston,
the roads were so ncaily impasslhlo by
snow, ho was obliged to go on foot several
miles to tho place where the services wore
held, nnd it was found necessary to carry
tho coffin by hand to tho cemetery, 110
teams being ablo to pass upon the road.
About this timo Mr. Gray of Sheffield, was
obliged to mako the entire roulo homo 011
mow-shoes, a feat which might well serve
as a practical reminder of 'yo olden tymes.'
At tho annual communication of Oilvo
llranch Lodge Xo. 01 F. & A. M at Ches
ter, held May 8th, tho following officers
wcro elected for tho ensuing year : Rev. A.
11. Flanders, W M j George A. Rail, S X;
13. K. Uamey, J s' ; F. 11. .Mather, Seerc
taryj Gcorgo AY. Hadicy, Treasurer I).
W. Davis, S D ; J. Edsou, .1 1) j R. Cob
lcigli N. L. Peltier, Stewards ; J.O.Millcr,
Tyler ; A. A. Putnam, Marshal.
At tho annual election of officers of tho
Adoniram Lodge, No, 42, Manchester, on
Thursday evening last tho following officers
were elected s E. L. Wyman, W M j J.H.
Whipple, S W i C. F. Swett, .1 W A. J.
Gray, Treasurer j W. A. lllack, Secretary!
II. Egglcston, S I) j D. E. Moore, J D j
H. A. Mattlson, O. G. Fell, Stewards ; W.
S. Rhilsdcll, Chaplain ; S. Doming, Organ
1st i E. Estabrook, Tyler.
EW ARMY HROGANS, 1.7fl, nt