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TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 18T3.
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Address ULOHB l'AI'KU CO., Ilulland, Vt.
ItlUMJIIMC'ANINiH IX SPAIN AMI
Republican sentiment must necessarily
lmvo become stront; In Spain, to enable the
friends of republican Institutions to cstnb
1'hIi a government nt nil. The eminent
men or tbo Spanish republic have lately
extended hospitalities to llradlaltgh, the
leading English republican agitator. Ho
took over to Sialn the congratulations of
u meeting of four or fhe thousand persona
fiom various parts of England. The Eng.
Ilsh press pretend to tieat the movements
of the republicans villi contempt, while
Ihc.v praise the royal family and bide their
limit. TJio Pi Int o of Wales has been
dinipatlng at Vienna mid feandall.lng the
English church, of which be Is bcieaftcr
to be the head, by attending the " Vail
riles" theatre in Paris on Sunday, while
the English newspapers have been Indus
irioitsly keeping silent concerning his shot t
comings. Wnikmcn are dissatisfied In England,
unit complaint Is made of oppression In
the factoiles, when- women and children
me wmked ten hours, under circumstances
in to ventilation, ton-ton, and going to
work on an empty stomach between live
mid six o'clock In the morning, which me
calculated to favor disease, and aic ob.
MTved to enfeeble the operatives.
'l'lie tendency towauls icpubllcanKiu Is
increa'-ing in England. The limitation of
the monaicliy to twenty yens, by Jlind
lamjli's estimate, docs not seem tinicasoii.
able. Then, he think'', the change will
be made by the pen. Perhaps so, hut a
king or iiccu must be depo-ed when It Is
done, and such things generally make
I limbic and lighting.
Unless the I'rince of AValos mends his
ways his mother may hae no successor,
llut whatever is done by the English In
that direction will bo with deliberation and
lu such a m iniier that it will be likely to
While Ilradlaugii was speaking at the
Spanish baiicmet in Madrid, lecently, when
he spoke of twenty years in which to con
summate the change from a monarchy to a
republic, be was Interrupled witli c.ebi
matrons of "Now! Now! At Once!" This
is an indication of the dllTcrcnce between
the peoples, and of the Spanish haste
which lacks English discretion.
There was one thing, however, to be
said for the Spanish. They could not do
worse In changing from the monaichy,
with the accompaniment of Its priestly
dominion. Neither the kings nor the
priests had been disposed to use any of the
revenues they drew from the people to
educate the masses. Out of a population
of sixteen millions but tluce millions can
lead and write. Another half million can
read uml sign their names, and another
half million can rca', leaving twelve mil
Hons who can neither read nor write. Of
the four thousand mayors of titles, towns
and Mages, only twenty-one hundred
can read and write. The people can surely
do better for themselves than that, and they
had better die fighting the bigoted Cailists
than allow the re-cstahlisliment of n mon
archy and priesthood under which intelli
gence so stagnates
Tin: sjuirrv nom: niiitii:iis.
The Smutty Nose Island tragedy Is calcu
lated to call out tbo Ingenuity of those who
are fond of riddles. When it first occurred
people felt bo certain that Louis Wagner
was the guilty man that the ofiicers had
much to do In saving htm from lynching.
Captured and lodged In jail he appeared to
be a German of about twenty-eight years,
with a mild, blue eye, and an expression of
face as gentle as that of a woman. He
still maintains an air of innocence, Is very
cheerful, and produces n favorable impress
sion In court by his frank, open manner,
and the straightforwardness with which he
details every step of his course from six
o'clock of the fatal 6th of last Starch until
the next morning. As ho goes from the
jail nt Alfred, in York county, Maine, to
the courthouse lio'plnyfully kicks things
out of his way, sometimes stopping to make
a second trial at a pebble when ho misses
It the first time. On such occasions he
fetches the officer on each side to a sudden
stop, showing his Immense muscular
On the part of the State several persons
testified to observing a large man in dark
clothes and rubber boots walking hastily
towards the place of the murder, nnd some
said they saw Louis Wagner on the even
ing of the fith, though they had never seen
him bcfoie. Others saw tracks of rubber
boots leaving the scene of the murder nnd
hnpiessed In the fiesb snow found on the
ground on the morning of March Oth.
The tcs'hnony of Mrs. Mary S. I lout vet,
wife of .John C. Iloutvet, bad several re
markable peculiarities. She was a very In
Iclllgent looking woman. She testified
that she bad lived five years at Smutty
Nose Island (one of the group called Isles
of Shoals). During the day of the fith of
March she was ut home. That day her
husband and Matthew Houtvet nnd Ivan
Clirlsteiisoii left cnily in the morn
ing. She saw no moic of them
till next moining at 10 o'clock.
With the witness on March fith, vvetc
her sister, Karen Chrlstcnson, nnd a wo.
man named Anetlie. They nil went to bed
at 10 o'clock. The witness and Auctlio
slept together In the western pait of the
house. Karen slept on the lounge In the
easterly part of the kitchen. The curtains
wero up nnd the outside door was unfasten,
cd. Karen was undressed. The witness
was nwakened by Karen crying, " John
sealed me I John scared mo!" Tbo clock
fell down on the lounge, and was Htopped
at seven minutes past one. Karen then
ci led again, "John Is killing mo! John- Is
killing me!" apparently maintaining to
tho last her Impression that the assailant
w'ns"lierjbrotlicr.ln-lniv. It must have been
very dark, however, for tho witness says
when she got tho kitchen door open, sho
saw u great tall man, who grabbed a chair,
nnd whom she does not pretend to liavo
recognized, though on cross examination
she says shosaw him onco In tho room, nnd
t though ho struck her twice, ho did it with
his back to her. It would seem that with
Wagner's extraordinary strength ho might
hayo killed her when she stooped down to
pick up her sister, If ho had determined to
kill them all. Instead of that ho seems to
liavo waited till tho witness took her sister
Into tho bed room and fastened the door so
ho could not get In, though' he came and
thumped at the door. The witness hi tho
meantime dlicclcd Ancthc to hide, and she
climbed out of tho window, where she was
found by Wagner and killed with on axe.
Before ho struck . her she. recognized htm,
nnd cried out, "Louis, Louts, Louis!" Mrs.
Iloutvet, the witness, also recognized
Wngncr, after he got outside, though she
still did not see his face. Itc had n broad
brimmed hat on. Ho stood n moment by
the window, nnd then went (May.
This would show that the
robbery of $145 had been perpetrated bc
foie this last murder, and that tho robber,
as yet unrecognized, had gone out of the
back door nnd mound tho house, to perpe
trate an entirely useless assassination. In
deed, the circumstances seem to hnve oc
elli red with such rapidity as almost to com
pel the opinion that the robbery was com
pleted before Karen was dlstuibed.
In bis statement to the court Wagner
said that he had worked for a stranger till
ten o'clock the night of the murder, and
had then gone to a beer shop to obtain n
glass of beer, which made him so s'.ck that
ho fell to tho ground. When lie waked he
went to his boarding house in Portsmouth,
entered at the back door, proceeded to bis
room, tlucw himself on the sofa, slept till
lit u o'clock next moining, arose and look
the morning train for Hoston.
Ills landlady says the hack door was
fastened by her thu: night, after 13 j that
next morning she unfastened It tit six.
Wagner came into the back gate at half
past six with ( on hit clutict, telling her
be had got Into trouble and was afraid ho
would be taken. She thought he looked
quecily, and inked him wheie he had slept,
as his led was not tumbled, lie said on
A witness testified, that In Mai eh Wag.
ner told him he was out of money nnd
would hae some In less than tluce months
11 he had to commit minder for It. On
cross-examination he said Wagner had
Mid him tills on the 20lli of December.
In his statement Wagner denied tho id
leged couvers.illini-', and looked tho op
posing witnesses In the face. A shirt with
blood on it that had been found and
claimed to be III", was tried on him in
court, and it was found that It would not
meet around his wrist by hull' an inch.
It may be that Wagner got the snow on
his clothes after his early ilslng on the
moining of tho Oth ; if the back djor was
fc-lcned he may have gone out at the
frontdoor; when bespoke of trouble and
being taken, he may tune referred to the
trouble from the beer and the fear of being
taken 111 ; and this sickness may have given
him Ids " queer " look.
The circumstances nie U'ry peculiar. It
is singular, for instance, that Mrs. Hout
vet, who escaped, should have staid hi her
bedroom till she saw the assassin go away,
and should then have left the house, un
deleried by the danger of meeting him
outside, after seeing the fatal result of such
n meeting to Ancthc. She says she ex
pected to get n dory with which to leave
the island, lint hid In the rocks till half an
hour after sunrise. A woman wild with
terror might do just as she did, and might
leave the house with the crying of her dy
lug sister in her ears, and Mrs. Iloutvet
may feel fully persuaded of the identity
of Wagner, and lie may be tho man, but
doubt enough bus been thrown on the
case to serve as another caution against the
mob practice of hearing but one side and
proceeding to rash extremities. The courts
are the safest for the people ns well as tbo
accused, though justice may sometimes
fail ot a victim whose sacrifice Is honestly
i,i:i"i'i:it iico.ii iionto..
Iluu. Ilutlor und 111 ('iiberuutorhil
ANpirutioiiN lurlflcnllun by f'lru
Ilvcchor, llrlmNtoiiCf Humum
1'ruveiitinir off AccltlenlN and Siiv
nig uf nullum I.lfe on IIullruuilN
l'rojucled Convenience for llnpltl
Transit Through Hoston Suggi's
llon of a Sew Depot IiU'li Ad
journment off the Leg liklutiire.
llosiox, Friday, June It).
Itutlcr stock appears to lie coming to the
surface again. After the desperate fight
which he made for the guberniitoiial robes,
two years ago, he was compelled to haul
off for repairs, both to himself and the men
lals who lick Ids hand with the vain hope
that he will pull a piano fiom his vest
pocket ns a reward for services performed
and a stimulant to greater exertion In the
near future ; but his signal success In the
salary-grab business lias so emboldened
htm that he Is now reaching forth after the
treasury of the Old Hay State, and if there
Is anything in the form of prophecy in thu
fable of the "early bird and the worm''
story, it must be admitted that he has a
good show for success, us he was tbo first
bird or beast in the political Held with a
feeling after the Governor's chair. Ho who
can so manage as to be a candidate of tem
perance men and whiskey men for that
ofilce In this State must be a scheming vil
lain, mid Hen. itutlcr Is that man. While
he lives he will not relinquish bis cherished
Idea of becoming the Dig Injun of this na
tion, and no round In the ladder upon
which he can get his foot will bo lost sight
of, unless he happens to get n chance to
step up two rounds nt once. The liutler
Club dodge is working well here In the
city, and soon it will lieglu to crop out in
other parts of the State. I don't think he
will dare to become an Independent candi
date at picseut, although he would not
hesitate to do so If he felt quite sure of
success by so doing, lie docs not care
anything about any party beyond what uso
It can be put to for his gain, neither does he
regard any person except as second in all
respects to Hen. liutler. Hut I predict that
ho will never lie Governor of Massachusetts
or President of this Yankee nation. Ho Is
a Modoo among civilized men.
You can have but little idea of the
wickedness of Hoston people; It is thick
and of very bad degree, and, what Is worse,
we don't purify wortli a cent. A few
months ago, the fiery clement came upon
us llko fiends Incarnate, destroying in
hours the work of years, eating up millions
of money nnd more than n score of human
lives. Wo boasted then that wo would
turn what was a loss luto gain, by better
streets and more beautiful buildings. Our
boasts aie becoming realities, when "hell
let loose upon earth" again stares us in the
face, and acres of area are covered with
debris. If this process Is to contlnuo In
definitely tho Mlllerltcs will begin to exult
over n seeming prosect of n partial realiz
ation of their dogmas. Wlint wicked pco
plo wo are ! Ilrlng on your bears.
ISccchcr was hero tho other day. He
preached 'at what was formerly known as
"Brhnstono Corner." They don't have so
much brimstone there now as they used to.
AV, II. II. Murray usually occupies that
desk, and ho Is n better judge of hoisc than
of brimstone. Tho nffah last Sunday
was sciindolous. The pew-holders were
crowded out and the mob was crowded In.
Ono elderly woman I suppose he, she or
it was a woman straddled over tho tops of
the seals to her little pew, which place tho
other pan of her had succeeded In reaching
before the piessuic became so Intense. If
these people bad been less niggardly they
would have seen more worthy and gicatcr
curiosities when llarnum was bcic than the
man Hccelier Is. O, for n little moie man
and much less nabob In the average Ameri
In view of tho many accidents which oc
cur to railroad trains that would have been
avoided could the trains have been slopped
In a few seconds less lime, nnd a few feet
less space, It Is lefieslilng In know that
perfection lu Ihe mailer of car brakes Is
neuily leached. The Impioved Wcstlng
house appears to lead, us was evidenced In
ii trial between that and the Vacuum brake
on Wednesday last, which took place on
the Hoston and Maine Itailroad, between
Heading and Lawrence. The first trials
were between Ihe old Wcstlnghousc and
the Vacuum, lu which the Vacuum gained
n decided advantage, but moi.t signally lost
it when the Improved Wcstlnghouse was
put lo the lest. The two trains consisted
of nine passenger cars and a locomotive
each, and upon the first til.il weic running
at n speed of 2S 2-10 miles when the brakes
were applied; the Improved Wcsllnghoiise
stopped lu thirteen and one-half seconds,
which was nine seconds less time, and Ulf,
feet less distance then icqulrcd by the
Vacuum. Another trial w as had under the
same clicumsliinccs, except that the trains
were run nt the rale of 112 1-10 miles an
hour, the result being that the Westing
lloiiM) was stopped lu twcnly teeonds,bclng
an advantage of six seconds le.-s time nnd
2(i.i feel less space over the Vacuum. The
last named train was now entirely with
drawn and the Westlnghotne train made
further experiments, one of which was to
attain u high rate of speed and then detach
the locomotive, when the nine cars were
stopped by applying the automatic arrange
ment from the lnlde of the cars in n dis
tance of about 1100 feet. Four cms weie
next brought to n slnnd-stlll at the end of
150 feet. The experiments were witnessed
by lcprcsentatlvcsof at least ten diffciciit
loads, besides the niembeis of the Master
Car Huilders' Association, holding its
seventh annual convention In this city. It
is unnecessary to speak of the importance
of pioviding all railroad trains with the
most complete and approved apparatus for
quick stoppage, and public sentiment
should assume that shape that all railroad
managers will feel compelled to adopt
every contrivance possible for the saving
of human life. With the utmost care, ac
cidents will happen, but willful murder is
A went inconvenience now existing in
Hoston Is the nuisance that travellers from
the South and West find in changing cars
for the North and East. There Is now a
good prospect that this will soon be done
away with, as tho New York and New
England road is making arrangements by
which cars from its depot at the foot of
Summer street can be run over the Mar
ginal road to the vaiious depots on Cause
way sti eet. This will be u great sav lug of
time, trouble and expense to tho through
travel, and ll is quite probable that the
llotti.il uml Albany roiul sil look out for
the interests of their patrons in the same
direction. The great need of Hoston is an
Immense union depot nt the west of the
city, Into which all trains may run, and
from which lines of horse-ears shall diverge
into all parts of the city. It Is strange that
Mr. Qulncy nas not suggested this idea.
No steam railroad ought to be permitted to
enter the limits of such a city as Hoston.
and especially to cross streets at grade
should be made n crime.
The longest session of the LegWutuie of
tins State, with two exceptions, ever held,
is the one just closed. The members con
gratulate themselves upon tho large amount
of work which they have performed and
tho unexceptional manner of its accom
plislimcnt, which Is just what every pre
vious Legislature has done. The people
feel a sense of more than ordinary satisfac
tion that It Is not any woise than it is, and
wonder if there Is not any better use to
which 400 men can be put than to stock a
chin-music mill with them.
The Liquor question ul lilrllngloii.
A large meeting of the leading and in
llucntlal citizens of Hurltngton vvus held on
Friday evening last, nt which Hon. L. C.
Dodge, the Mayor, presided, to consider
the enforcement of tho prohibitory law.
The gathering was comprised of represen
tatives of the various manufacturing es
tablishments, professions, trades and busi
ness houses of the city.
Tho resolutions express the opinion that
the illegal sale of intoxicating liquors, is
inllucting great Injury to the city, In the
obstruction of business, In the Increase of
pauperism mid crime, in tho burdensome
increase of taxation, and lu endangering
the pence of families and tho character of
A citizens committee was appointed,
consisting of J M. Van Slcklen, Daniel
Roberta, H. S. Nichols, Heniy Loomis,
William Mead, H. P. Hlckok, to secure a
lietter enforcement of the existing liquor
Spirited addresses wero made and a sub.
sciiptlon of over 12,000 was raised, ns n
win king fund before the meeting closed.
Thu subscription was mado $5,000 before
Saturday night, and It Is said the amount
can be made $10,000 If needed.
Mr. Hichardson, editor of tho Davenport
(Iowa) democrat, Is visiting his friends nt
Graton, Caledonia county. Ho Is a native
of Vermont, and lie is ono of the llvo news
Iiajier men of tho West.
Dr. II. H. AVnlling, u A'crmonter, who
has been n resident for tho last few years
of Harbadocs, lias recently liecn making a
visit to his fronds at AVoodstock,
George Palmer, a former resident, was
burled at AVIndsor on Friday by tho Masonic
fraternity, A'crmont Lodge nnd Vermont
Commandcry of Windsor unit Suthron
Commandcry of Claiemont participating.
Mr. Palmer was a son of Dr. Palmer, for
many ychrs a prominent physician of
AVoodstock. Hu died at Herlhi, Prussia,
May 22, where ho was cntraL'ed setthiir mi
machinery for Ihe Prussian Government,
in mo employ ot Halt, Whitney is Co., of
Tho Hon. Job Stevenson. i.T-ponirrpsH-
man from tho Hd Ohio district, Iwb pub.
ashed a 40-pago pamphlet on tho subject
of " Credit Mnblller Lcelslntlon nnd Oner.
frHH RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 17," 1873 "
I 'J'llO Vcrilllilil (Irntrnl llnllf.111,1 I 71 I 1 ." -' . i ,,m ' " ' ""' -.miihii .i.. ., ! .
Tho Vermont Central Itnilroiul
IIF.AIUNO ON TUB PETITION TOP. TIIF. Al'I'OINT
MKST OF TIIR DIRF.CTOIM AH nKCKlVKIIS.
A hearing took place at St. Albans on
I'liday, before Chancellor Koycc, on tho
petition of tho Dlrcclois of tbo Central
Vermont i-allioad and of the trustees mid
managers ofuho A'crmont Central nnd Vcr
mont nnd Canada, to have Iho former np
pointed receivers lu place of tho trustees,
and that possession of the roads bo given
them nt once, us contemplated by tho
chnitcr. Mr. Park and tho trustees wero
piescnl, wllhj:. .1. Phelps, Esq.. counsel
lor Mr. Park, and H. F. Fillcld. Esq,, nnd
Hon. Levi Underwood, counsel for the
BtA. O. Safford, Esq,, filed n inollon In be
half of ccrtatn Vermont Central bond
holders, for a delay In releasing tho present
receivers from their trust obligations until
they had settled their accounts.
Hon. E. H. ilnrd, of Huillnglon, up.
iicnred for Mr. Hrooks, President of the
Vermont it Canada, nnd moved for delay,
on the ground that they had not sufficient
notice of tho pendency of this petition to
make such preparations ns they desired to
meet It. Ho had mlvised Mr.
Hrooks that the Chancellor would
probablv grant un adjournment, and
Mr. Hrooks was consequently not
present. Ho thought they could not safely
go on now to discuss tho grave questions
which tho contemplated action involves
and trusted the court would grant reason
.Air. Fiileld said that Mr. Hrooks and Mr.
Hard received notice In ample time to
make all preparation j Mr. Hrooks ought
to have known what be wanted to do. Ho
had notice of the pendency of tho charter
In tho Legislature, was consulted about It
nnd freely nssentcd toll. He knows ns
much about It ns we do, benco he needs no
time for prcimrntiou, If tbo management
Is changed, It docs not affect the rights of
tho A't. nnd Canada. They will have the
same remedies against the successors of
these lccelveis that lliey have against the
I eciiv ers themselves, and besides the matter
remains in the hands of the Couit, who can
remove his appointees nt will. The
A't. A: Canada nnd the bond,
holders have not raised u dollar to
belt) them, ulul on Iho other hand
their factious opposition has embarrassed
the Managers. This motion Is of u piece
with nil their conduct. Nobody's rights
will be prejudiced by the change, but on
tho contrary the interests of nil classes of
the creditors will bo enhanced, and he
thought they had sullcrcd long enough. In
conclusion, he called on Gov. Smith to
statu some of the business reasons why
there should lie no delay.
Gov. Smith said that since the Tiustces
and Managers found themselves embarrass
ed, they bad been doing all they could to
sell their bonds, but tho bonds have been
decried in Hoston until (here is no sale for
them, nnd the managers wero reduced to
the necessity of relying on the Income of
the road. The winter was severe, and the
margin above l tinning expenses small.
With some of the creditors they made nu
arrangement for nu extension nnd with
others they arranged to make payments in
Installments, wlille the expenses were cut
down to the minimum. Under this new
charter we have found n way of relieving
the embarrassment. The President of the
Vermont A: Canada, to my surpiisc, but
greatly to my gratification, became u sub
scriber to Iho stock, and came to me
nnd expressed Ids delight with the arrange
ment and gave me the assurance that wo
should have his licaity co-operation. If
the petition Is granted the relief to the
creditors conies nt once, nnd in fact the
new company have already advanced to the
Trustees !?200,000 to meet pressing liabili
ties. AVhile the property is in this transi
tion state we find it impossible to adopt any
plan for the future. At a meeting of the
directors in New Yoik last week we found
ourselves confronted with the necessity of
putting down new iron, putting on more
cars and purchasing our coal which is
daily growing higher but were unable to
decide anything till after this hearing and so
had to adjourn over until next week.
Meanwhile business is wnlllug. Only yes
terday Mr. Hobart bad an npplicatian for
!i00 cars, but w o were unable to furnish
tlicni. la the ctuiciuuiS ojiiiiioii iiiu con
templated change of management would
make no difference with the rights of the
A'crmont A; Canada. It chauges nothing
but the simple personti of the management
and nil tho funded obligations will be as
welt protected and nil tho ltoating debt bet
ter provided for than is possible under the
Mr. Phelps said that nothing is proposed
here to-day but simply to change ono set of
officers ot this court tor another. No liuht
of liny creditor can be prejudiced thereby
it me now managers are just ns competent
and just us responsible. The new, with
one exception, comprehends the old nnd
has a desirable reinforcement. Now, why
should there be any delay if He did not ui
derstand that the A'crmont and Canada
were going to oppose tho chnnge, but simp
ly they wnnt more liniu in w Men to deter
mine what they will do. This ought not
to lie allowed because it is not u question
solely between them nnd these malingers .
all the creditois of whatever class, nre In
volved. Thu cntcrpilsc is paralyzed for
the lime being. The trustees nre in, to bo
sure, but they expect to bo out, nnd so they
don't feel llko making provisions for the
future nnd with impaired credit they can
not do it. There is nothing new in the
petition. It is perfectly well understood,
having been long discussed In the public
prints and otherwise and expected usn mat
ter of course,
Mr. Hard, In answer to Mr. Phelps,
would say that the A'crmont nnd Canada
do expect to oppose tho change. There
arc grave questions under the charter
which have not been settled by the
Legislature. We need time to con
sider them. Possibly the proposed
new management may bo unobjection
able, and possibly n change may not pre
judice our rights but these assumptions In
volvo some of tho questions which wo do.
siro more time to discuss. All the affairs
of tills Trust are In n bad state. A prno.
tlce has grown up here which Is wholly
without precedent, for the Courts of Chan
cery to run railroads. It Is desirable that
the management should bo taken out of
the hands of tho court as soon as possible,
nnd bo had not supposed nnd neither had
Mr. Hrooks, when ho subscribed for stock
and gave the assurances to Gov. Smith
which the governor had related, that this
new company was going to apply to run
the road as receivers. That there was no
thing in the charter to suggest that a com
pany like this, with stock subscribed nnd
Hooks closed would do any Biich thing, anil
if there had been, it wouldn't have amount
ed to anything for the Legislature cannot
Tho Chancellor oblvnted the necessity
for further argument, by announcing that
ho would grant the motion for delay. Ho
suggested that tbo desirability of their
agreeing upon on early day, uml nfler con
stitution, tho hearing wns nppolutcd for
Thursday, tho 10th lust., at 0 n. m.
Hy agreement, nlso, the petition of the
A'crmont nnd Canada for leave to bring it
suit against tho Trustees to recover tho
urrears of rent, will bo heard alter this
question is decided.
Thu IMocMsim Convention.
At tho Episcopal Diocesan Convention,
Thursday, the report of tho Missionary
Commltto showed that ifl,577, had been
paid to missionaries.
Tho report of tho Vermont Episcopal In
stitute) shows that one-fifth of the students
of tho academical department nro commu
nicants of tho church, and tho condition
thereof Is very satisfactory. Total amount
of Its funds from the beginning, over B0,
Tho following persons wero chosen tho
standing committee of the diocese: The licv
Dr. Swctt, tho ltov. Messrs. Putnam nnd
Atwill, nnd Hon. H. Canllcld nnd Messrs.
J. AV. Ellis and II . H. Smith, being tho
same as last year.
Tho licv. Dr. Douglass, President of
Norwich University, rend tho report on
Christian Education. It recommended
Sunday teaching by fathers of their chll.
ilren and attention to home catechising.
Also attendance to church on week days
especially on holy.days by tho children.
Judge Iledtleld moved that the
thanks of the convention bo
given to Hon. 11, HIchnnNoii, of
Itnsfnn fnr lilo
tjwivnun iun uim UIIIT ill
favor of Diocesan Missions,
inc. next convention wns appointed to
to lin linlil In Ml T,,l,,,'o t... 1. 1. '.... n .
on the second AVedncsday of June, 1874.
Tho Kcv.AV. H. Collins, of A'crgcnncs,
and Itcv. 0. T Ogden of Hollows Falls,
wero chosen preacher nnd substitute )rcncli.
Ir nf lhn MlfiQtrtnnn. fin..,., nt it.n ..nt
Hon. Victor Atvvood of SI. Albans, mnde
tho annual report of the treasurer. Hall,
anco on hand, $217.11. ileeelved for Dio.
resnn IVTlflalnnq. At ntl7 t!l it.... t
Itlchardson, (JfiOO. Total, 2.107.1ll. Hall-
nun; on ilium ui if sin i tor Diocesan jllss
ions. fin innllmi nf ll,i !(... t,. l),..,,l,.ll ,1...
usual thanks were extended to tbo olfccrs
ami pansmoners ot su I'nul's church, Hur
llugton, for their hospitality.
After prayer and the benediction by tho
Hishop ho dcclarcd the convention ndjour-
iictl rutr tttr.
Claik Asa Hatchelder of Mnnrl
graduated at Hoston University Law School
lust week, being tho only A'crmonter In the
Guests from New Jersey are arriving nt
the hotel ntAondford City to spend' the
Fuller .fc Torrey have taken the hotel at
Ilartwellville, so famous for Its trout din
neis. The streams lu Hcnnlngton county are
low and the business of lumbering, one of
the great Interests, is dull.
One night last week two Individuals
fiom the -Alodocs or some other tiibc, made
a raid upon a poultry yard near Povv
nal Centre and captured a nice tuikcy:
upon their retreat It was made hot for
them and they were obliged to lice nnd
leave their booty. One of tho party re
ceived n buckshot lu the back-side o'f his
person nnd the other bad ono of Ids fingers
In tho fourteen Congregational chinches
In Caledonia county during tho past year,
there has been n net loss of twenty mem
bers, Last year the reported net gain was
There nre 8,4 18 persons under twenty
years of ago connected with the Sabbath
Schools lu Caledonia county.
Chailes Hadley, a young man employed
In Fairbanks' Scale works,at St. Johnsbury
w hu lias been ill for some time, was taken
to bis homo in Canada last week. A bed
was made for him in n large box, and he
wns taken to the station on the shoulders
of men. His disease was gastric fever.
The Cttletlonittn gives an ncccotint of u
stone tho blzo of n unll-keg which dropped
through the roof of n shed just after three
children had gone out. Children may be
plentiful uml mischievious in St. Jolins'hurv
but it Is not in accordance with tho laws of
the nineteenth century to thin them out by
blasting lu the streets.
dill lellltcu Count) .
It. O. Walston of Wllliston. sold a cow-
last week to M. Fletcher of Essex Junction
for ;;!),), which dressed 1)47 lbs.
A little dautfhter of AVeslev Hicwster of
Huntington, was recently pushed into a
pail of boiling water by her biothcr, and
scalded so badly that she is not expected to
Tho new Masonic Hull of George AVusb
ington Lodge, No. 51, nt Chelsea, will be
uciiicaieii on st. .lomi.s pay, June SJtli,
J. L. Mack performing the ceremony, and
Henry Clark of ltutland, will deliver the
ailurcss on the occasion.
On tho 28th ult., n little son of E. P.
Densmoic, of Chelsea, aired six vears. at.
tempted to get into the hind end of n bun-
ucrwngou when it wns munition. One
leg was caught lu the spokes of the wheel
which carried him over with the wheel,
breaking the thigh bono a little way above
LYanL- loiwiT I .mnlw.rt Ifttsllnjrti, l-esldill"'
nt Post Mills, in Thelford, seems to be ii
foolish youth. He desired to marry a
young miss, and his mother refused her
consent, whereupon lie resorted to "cold
plzcn," attempting to kill himself hy that
method on two occasions. Each "time,
however, Dr. Niles, who resides in the
next house, wns able to bring him out of
Two cows belonging to Sylvester Allien,
w lio lives in what is known ns Hear Swanm,
in Middlesex, was struck bv llulitnins and
Instantly killed in the thunderstorm of
paturuay, x'-uii. rney were in the Held
and were found lying close together, with
out slignt mniKs ot mangling about them.
Other cattle near by escaped uninjured.
Lew Avery, n deputy sheriff in North-
field, heard of there being some Honor in
the freight house one day last week, and
on being refused permission to enter nnd
seize it, broke in at the window. Tiouble
will grow out of it. Two or three days
after this Avery had nu unpleasantness
wiin -eison ivier tiutmt un account unit
gave him the lie. Avery picked himself
up picuy soon nnu n scume cnsueil vviileli
it tool: tne secretary ot state to put n stop
'i milium Count)-.
Twenty-six sheep bciomrini; to John S.
Leach, of AVlndhain, were recently killed
On Monday, May 2(Jtb, one mile out from
vv iimingion, peopio were lcasting upon
that saccharine delicacy, warm, wuxv inn.
plo sugar, eaten upon snow found near
'1 own-bend people nre shaking their
sides over n practical joke played upon an
old farmer, who bragged considerably over
u nig egg mat ouo ot ins nous nail lam,
The tiny following its discovery, a mis
chievous neighbor placed n Inure iroose eiri:
in tho nest, and on tho strength ot this the
unsuspecting farmer brags louder than ever,
and has actually sold his hen to a Jamaica
man lor ijl.
Tho village authorities of Hrattleboro
are enforcing tho rule recently adopted for
tne eariy closing ot ine nrinumg snops
Saturday nights, and AV. A. llnrkcr, keep
er of n combined fish market and beer sa-
loon, was brought up for violation of tills
ruie. no cuiieu lor a jury at first, tint tlio
witnesses becoming numerous, finally
pleaded guilty to three counts and was
linen ?.su anil costs.
In Cavendish there are 30 people who
are over oil years oi age, nun ot them
nre over 85,
About Springfield the roads mo said to
bo as dry as they usually are in August.
A light liny crop Is feared.
A few nights ago an nttempt was mado
to rlllo the store and safe of M. N. ttoss in
Hoynlton. An entrance was effected by
removing n pane of glass and boring holes
through tho back door, thereby enabling
tho operators to lift the staple trom with
out. Tho goods were more or less tumbled
about, nnd by means of n paper tunnel,
powder wns poured into tho safe lock, but
no evidence existed that a match was ap.
plied. It is supposed that the perambula
tions of n gentleman who took tho night
train, and who carried n lantern, frighten
ed oil' the burglars.
Mrs. L. A. Marsh has given tho collcc
tlon of minerals made by her son Benjamin
Swan Marsh, to tho AVoodstock High
School, mid they have been put up there
with the collections previously given by
Mr. Dotou and Mr. (Jco. H. French.
Piic-itv wmx Soaked. On Tuesday
last, the palaco car attached to Iho New
York special day train on the Central rail
road had n rare e.xperlenco at Schenectady
the locomotlvo had taken n supply of water
from tho tunk but tho keeper had omitted
to shut off tho water, and ns the palaco car
passed the conduit plpo they wero flood
cd, tho water jiourlng in through the ventb
Mors pn the roof. Many of the ladles
rich and costly dresses were spoiled. They
wero told to mako out their hills and the
company would pay them.
TIIK CnOJVTV AND I'f.SI'WJinitK.
Hon AV. A Coursem Mnvnr nf viNniii.
Now Jersey, nnd family aro spending their
fourth season nt Mlddlctovvn Sprlngi,
at the residence of E. Ii. Cook.
Visitors are tratkerW I torn In rrrwul ! if
numbers, both for recreation and health.
The prospects of the season aro flattering.
Our townsman Albert AV. firm.
has met with n deen nlltlritnn i n,I
dcatli of his wife. Mrs. Gray lias been 111
ii long nine nnu mo lat few years con
fined to her houso nnd a great sufferer,
bearing her ntlllctlons with great reslg.
nation. She was n woman of trrent worth.
highly esteemed by nil who know her many
v irtiies. iter Kindness nnd excellent quail
tics will bo held In lasting remembrance.
Afew weeks ago our community was called
to mourn the loss of another lmlv. wi,
has stood for more than forty years n pillar
oi society whose moral wortli was fully ap
preciated nnd whoso life was full of good
works. Mrs. Paul, the wlfn Ilr. v.iinki,,.
Paul and the mother nf t). Wolminr 1.,I
of St. Louis, Missouri, formerly of Itut-
lanci. sue was n womnn who had en
dured tho toils nnd discomforts
try physician's life with great fidelity nnd
patience, uer lilo was devoted to her
family, mid In this regard was a model
mother. In society she will be missed nnd
in the active work of tho churrh nf lur
Thus are those who a quarter of a
century ugo mingled with the hearty nnd
cheerful society of our town, are rapidly
passing nway, and thedeath of these ladles
leave but few of that class remaining.
The Congregational chapel was well filled
Sabbath morning. The subject of the ser
mon delivered by Hev. Mr. Hulbcrt being
"Th Law of God." Hefore giving out the
ten, tne pastor announced that for the
year ending April HO, 1873, the contribu
tions of the society and chinch were ns fol
lows: To American Hoard, $251.27; A't.
Missionary Society, 151.28; American Mis.
slonary Society, 20.03; Congregational
Union, $30.58; American Tract Society,
25.00; Hihlo Society, 32.17; Chlldrens
Home at Hurllngtoii. (SO.OO; trji-i.n liv
Ladies' Home Missionary Society, 211.81-
making a total of 778.74.
In the evening Itcv. Dr. Hnwlnv
livcred un utile address on temperance, nt
tho .Methodist church. At the close of the
sermon nn opportunity was given in m,v
who chose to sign the pledge, which was
responded to by several. The festival
given at Stewart's hall, last AVnlnra,iv
evening, for the benefit of the .Aliwion
school, was a success. The total receipts
ainounteil to nliout 135.00., out of which
It was estimated n clear profit of i75.00
wouiu no maile.
A few of our young ladies wlin wi.w. .)..
straits of presenting Mrs. Charles Hicc with
some token of their friendship and esteem,
assembled (quite unexpectedly to
Tuesday evening, nnd presented her with a
ucaiit.iui cake hasket and spoon holder,
Mrs. Hlcewas recently married, and pre
vious to tli.it was librarian at tho Free T.I.
briny, in which plnce she made hosts of
Much pleasure is anticipated In the pro
duction of the Operetta "Doctor of At
cantnra," by tho ladies of tint C inirrntrn
tiotial Society. Ut Fren T.llirnrv hull to
morrow, (Tni.Biluy) ovoning, Hm rtrocccxlo
io go lowanis building the new church.
The ladies who are getting it up played the
burlcsqe opera, "L'Africane," quite sue
fully last fall, and nlso produced it at North
Bennington. AVIth -Airs. J. A'. Hall as con
trolling spirit, and the assistance she will
secure irom jiiss Hello Huntoonand others,
It is safe to predict n'fult house and n pleas
ant entertainment. .
Mr. It. M. T. Hunter is now mentioned
as the probable conservative candidate for
solium ui i irgiiiiu.
Ex.Gov. Tht-nrLrimit-t.tM .l.,.)1.,;.a l.
come a candidate for governor of Texas nt
iiw lllWt UlCCllUIl,
Alexander II. Stevens has ltought buck
tne Atlanta (un.J Sun, and resumed cntlr
ownership and management of the paper.
A AVashliigton dispatch says that tho it
presntatives of the French bondholders ol
the Mcmnhis mul Tt lncn yniirn...i i
finally compromised with the Texas and
j .leuie company upon the following terms
l'nr oiwli klini-i. nf tin. t-oI.w. ..r ...... i
i . . .. . . . . onu mm.
died dollars tho holder is to receive a title
to thirteen acres nf the Texas land grant,
or seventy-five per cent of Texas and Paci.
he bonds payable within five years, or
thirty per cent cash.
An Indianapolitlan parent lias been lined
live dollars forgiving tils minor son a glass
of larger beer.
Cineinnntl hnt.l l. ...... .. ,..t....t...... r...
.. . .. . a BuuEHuuiu nir
hash called "mokii." It includes nil tho
ingredients of hash mtd twenty one more
A tollIICfn fillr mrtw,l .., 12, f ....!..
, , , "i"-"-.t "fc oi. jioius on
Monday, with, entries from numerous
StillPU A uroti.t,.... ,.f . .1 i
.v.-. .Mi.uhiuihui U1IU IUUUS.11U1 lIOll
nrs was nu-nriTpil tn A tl r -n..
souri for the best and largest crop. Oilier
i lummm iu iuu uAicni oi nine thousand
uuiuuQ m-nj iiwarueu.
JEVI G. KINGSLEA.
Iiril.l)i:ilH' AND CAUINKT
We) mouth Kino Khilshlntr and Umpire Cut
Nnlls, iron, steel, chains, Ac.
,, IILACKSMITH'S STOCK,
Steel, Iron, ricks, Ames Sliov els, masting row.
iler (ifovi'rnmi'iit proof), Kuse, Ijirgo
IhTU Files, Steel Htrlklnif llam.
mors. Handles, Ac.
MANILLA ltOl'K AND COHDAOK.
HAW-MILL, CIUCULAlt AND WOOD .SAWS,
AND DOYNTON'S LIOUTNIN'Cl
Oils, Varnishes, Olue, Sana Taper, Brushes, Ac.
CJLAB9 AND PUTTY.
A splendid lino of Tahlo and Pocket Cutlery.
Shears nnd Scissors.
F U It N I T U It E .
1'ai lor Furniture, Center Tables, Mirrors. Kx.
tension Tables, lledsteads, Mattresses.
Spring lieils, llureaus and Chairs.
Manufacturer nf Ulack Walnut, Chestnut nnd
Painted Chamber Sets.
0 A It PE T S .
Velvet, lirussels. Tapestry, Threo riy and In.
trraln Carpets, oil Cloths, tc ic.
COFFINS AND CASKETS,
AND METALLIC IIUIIUI. CASKS.
At b. O. KINOSLEVS.
ltutland, Juno 11,1973,
SHMl'N'S TEMPLE OF FASHION.
Juit returned from New York with a large
8TIIAW GOODS, FLOWEItS
And a ire heral line nf iiovfltlei ut n
ovkii s,iki iiais in Hi'tuti: in rim
llrowli Canton School Huts reduced to 3.V.
l.nriro Canton sundowns nt -we.
mack straw, pnrkshap'', at sue.; wnihfl,
NcaoolltanH. straw. I.m-i' and .Vllluii. In nil
Ihe lending shapes, at eipiallv iTditrftl price d.
Stamnod I'amlllu lints nt to rents! sold els.
where ntf 1.3ft.
ltougn nnd reniiji sun lints at hip.
Misses while dress lints at tne.
Trimmed chip lints nl JI.M.
Florida lints In turn, nsiinlli- snlil nl i.y.i. if.
diiced to 11. While, brown nndilinli of the mine
llcnutlfiil ulul llch, nt tistmilshlng prices,
Hy all means come enriy, to gel a pick at our
Handsome Trimmed lints from II upwards, in
a great variety of shapes and trimming, all
marked vvny down to Iwtiom figures.
A laege assortment of .novelties, such as
Infants' Lace floods.
LACK COLI.AItS AND SI.IXVKS,
"eat and lmmltntion lliilr. Sash and Tilmmtng
Illbbons, nnd lots or ot lit r goods, vlii ii in as
sortment, trunlUy nnd pi Ices, nre too well
known to in-ed advert lleinent.
Come early lu the day to avoid the crowd nt
ASIIMfN'S TKMI'LK OF FASHION,
NO.NTAtiL'lL 11I.OCK, 9 Center St.
BAXTER NATIONAL HANK,
H. IlKNltV IUXTKII,
II. 1'. LOTIIKOI',
.1. N. I1AXTKK,
T. W. I'AltK,
(1KO. E. ItOVCK,
(1EOKOK It. 1I01TIM,
T. W. ClIAMTOV,
X. T. Sriuoi-n, .In.
W. C. DCNTOS,
W. I'. I.lN'IIOS.
COL I. ECTIONS
Made and remit ted for at Lowest Urates.
ISTKltKST Al.lflHKIl ON TIMK IICPOStTS.
A general nanklnj; and Exchange business
II. IlKNttv IlAXTEii, I'rest. .1. X. iiaxtkk, V. I'rost.
fltoKOK It. IIottcm, Casiiler.
p II (EN IX MUTUAL LIFE
AIIEVIl OF At).
HAKTFOKD COMPANIES. '
CONNECTICUT COMl'AXIEs FOI! ISTi.
No. of Policies. Ain't Ins.
ILutrord Life and Annully, 1210 i 2,4S7,G92
Connecticut General Life I2i 2,030, iso
Travelers Lite and Accident 2.1st 4,ar.!,wis
Continental Lire i7 .1,021,010
Connecticut Mutual Lire MIT 13,1S.VM1
Charter Oak Life tun) 12,2U1,S51
.Etna Lire s;ai i.B3r.,lST
PIKENIX MU. LIFE Kl.oiT at.Tfil.iat
V. C. MEYKlllIOFKElt,
tna)24d4diw4w (Ussekai. Aiikxt.
VILIAGE OF RUTLAND.
VlU-.tdE Ci.kukV lni: I
lllTUMi, June II, lra. )'
In pursuance of .1 request signed bymorothan
tlvo legal voters of tho Village ot Hutland hav
lngbeen lelt ut tills olllce, notice Is hereby
given that a special meeting ot said v lllngo will
bo held at the Village Hall, on Saturday, June
si, ism, at V, o'clock p. 111., to act on tho follow
Ing business :
1st. To see If the village will vole a tax suni
clent to meet tho necessary current expenses of
2d. To see If tho village will vote a tax suftl
cient to rei,alr the sewer iieiwnt.n tin. riirr,.wi
embankment and Forest street, nnd tlnlsh up
West it feet 6 Jl1"'-1" '"i,l- ulu"-"
8d. To henr a report of the committee ap
pointed at tho lust annual Vlllago election, to
ui wm 1 rusiees.
4tll. To consider the (inestlmi nf rmwii.,,.
interest 011 tho Water Bonds, or any other iiues-
tth. To seo if tho Milage will raise, by tax
or otherw ise, u sum of money suniclent to build
a lleservolr, or to otherwise prov Ido a supply of
water for the better protection of property
against tiro In tho vicinity unite l'ostonice.
6th. 'lo transact any other business thought
necessary when met.
(lEOItOK It. IlOTrTM, Clerk.
NEURALGIA. Sometimes, instead of
attacking suddenly, It commences villi a
Blight heat or sense of Itching, or numbness,
which augments in severity 111010 or less rapid
ly. Tho pain Increases from time to time, until
jour nerves seem to snap and crack, Jerk nnd
jump, nud play all sorts ot pranks, from the
top of your head to tho tljM of your toes, tho
demon shooting forth llku lightning along ono
unfortunate nerve, and now- trying to tlu an
other Into a thousand knots, then attempting to
mako a lwwstrlng of another, sometimes In tho
region of tho heart, again In tho luce, head,
neck, etc. Vsa Dr. J. llrlggs' Allevantor, and In
a trice your neuralgia, with all his demons, will
bo gone, and onco again you may bo happy,
llrlggs' ltemedles sold by F. Fenu & Co. and
others, und druggists generally.
BItONCHITIS-Is a dry inllammatlon
of tho membrane of tho Bronchia, which
causes a constant destro to expectorate, but
with all the efforts in scraping, coughing or
sneezing them is no mucus to be raised, and
tho difficulty Increasing until it becomes clirou
le; years of suffering and death may result
from this neglect, pso llrlggs' Throat and
Lung Healer, llrlggs' Remedies sold by c.
Lewis and others. '
CORNS A10 ns useless to tbo commu.
nlty as mlschlcMnaklng old maids corner
loafers lu largo cities or dishonest politicians 1
no more of a luxury than epsom salts or castor
!, llrlggs' Corn and llunlon ltemedles. Alle
viator and Curative, eradicates corns, bunions,
and cures ingrowing nails, c. llrlggs' Home
dies bold by Paige & Crooks, (leo. U. Clraves and
PILES Aro a common affection, thero
being but few persons who aro not troubled
with them nt Borne period of their life. Tho dls
easo exists In small tumors In tho rectum or
about tho arms, which nro divided Into tlrst,
thoso which aro owing to a distended state of
tho veins of tho part. Nothing equals llrlggs
rile ltemedles for their cure, llrlggs' ltemedles
sold by F. A. Morse, West ltutland, A. I. Kel
logg, Ciistli'tou, und dealers generally.
CORNS, Ilunlons, Had Nails, &c, skill
fully treated by J)r. J. llrlggs & Co., at tho
great Central Healing Institute, No. est llroad
way, New York. mylvv3vv
riAEAS, from B0 cents to $1.75: nlso fresh
X (iround COFFEE, at
II. W. MAKSIIALL'8
mayldiwly Corner ot drove and West sta.
JATKS' HOUSE CO UN Ell.
MAf'O.V g jntlKnWtKI
Have Just oWicd the lurgi' t itocl: of
C 1. O T II I N (I
Kvi r brought Io Vermont. Cu'.t oil your old
clot lies dim buy one of our
nryi.tsn sHtisn si-its.
We have them for all prices, and will sell any.
lliln'riii our line
TWKNTY ITU Cr.XT. CHllAI'IJlt
Thtm any other Moie In the State. Don't go to
u Muli' where their stock 1ms been handled
over, jenrutterjear. Coinewhereeverjlhliigls
l'ltrsil AND NKW-NOTIIINO OLD.
A glnnre nt our stock of
Will convince you that iho tiules' House Corner
Store Is the only plnre where t lie stock of these
goods uic complete,
,.ii.v .i.vi nnxTtf rn.whu.isn n.as
of every description.
II ATS AND CAPS
Aie n leading nrttclo with us, and this np
counts for our
pfevci.v st.vlenndprlce. Ifyoti wish nmthtns'
lu our line, cull nnd gpt our prices ; tliei will
convince vou where to buv.
in Merchants' ltow, under the Hates' Home,
riM.ME TESTS THE MERITS OF ALL
1810 For Over Thirty Yearn. 1H7P.
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN-KILLER
Has been tested In every variety of climate, and
by almost every nation known to Americans,
it is tho constant companion nnd Inestimable
friend of tho missionary nnd the traveler, on
Iho sea or land, and no one should navel on our
lakes or rlveis, without It.
since the I'aln-Klller was nrst Introduced,
nnd met with such extensive sale, ninny Lltii.
inents, lteller, Panaceas, and other ltemedles.
have been ntrered to the public, but not one of
them has attained the truly enviable standli!"
of the ruin-Killer.
WHY is THIS so:
It Is because Davis' I'aln-Klller Is what 11
claims to be, altelleverot l'alu. Its merits nre
If joit are suffering from Internal palu, twen
ty to thirty drops in a little water win almost
Instantly cure you. There is nothing to equal
It for colic, Cramps, Spasms, Heart-burn, Dlar
rhca. Dysentery, Flux, Wind In tho Dowels.
Sour stomach, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, etc.
In sections of the country where
l-TVTIt'AND ACIt i:
l'revalls, there is no remedy held lu greater es
teem, l'ersons traveling should keep It bv
I hem. A few- drops, in water, will prevent sick
ness or bow el troubles from change of water.
From foreign countries the calls for i'aln
lvlller nre great. It is found to cure Cholera
when nil other remedies fail.
When used externally, nsa liniment, nothing
gives quicker ease in burns, cuts, bruises,
sprains, stings trom Insects, and scalds. It
removes tho lire, and the wound heiilsllko ordi
nary sores. Thoso suffering with Kueuniatlsm,
tiotit or Neuralgia, if not n positive cure, they
llnd tho rnlu-Klller gives them relief when 110
other remedy will.
It gives Instnnt relief from aching teeth.
Every housekeeper should keep It nt hand,
and apply It on tho llrst nttnek ot nny pain. 1!
win give, satisfactory relief, and save hoursof
Dpnottrlllowlth yourselves bv testing un
tried remedies. lie sure you call forand get tho
genuine I'aln.Klller, as many worthless nos
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