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THE HUTLAND DAIJA' GLOJJK, THURSDAY M0JIN1NU, AUGUST II, 1878.
Tlio results of tlio cheese factory in l'cru
tlnu fur have given tooil satisfaction. Two
shipments have been inaile, one to New
York, and the other to llostou. nml In both
caes the cheese was pronounced to ho equal
to the heft In tho market, and roinmnnilcil
the highest price.
llntter sells nt Woodfoid at 1" cents.
The apple crop of llennlngtnn County is
Charles, son of Albert Dunn, resilient of
Woodfo.d, was ilrownecl in too i unison m r,
between Troy nml Albany, N. V., n lew
Miss Eliza M. Clark, lorinetly Supcrln
tenilent of schools at llciinliiilnn, and now
Peccptress of theTri.y High School, spent
all of Inst week with the Mlc l'.irk, at
leniently A. l..v, ihe ( lly lan.Hnr.l iil
WiMi.ir.iril i an agriculturalist. lie planted
... ,.l.nnt t ... in .Idle nt .lime
t-.iril.i.nv. ri.i - ,
i ..i,.i-,.,l fm.ii ibe ill". In sei en weeks
" .. ' i... "r
"Y good In Knott-
t m I grown c. ....""' -
,mi- lis .lone:
Cut. .!. I" r.'i.nl)
Mr. J.einnel 'oo,l, of I'eachani who
icsi.les near "Cow Hill," met with a sell
una acci.leiit last Sunday afternoon. UN
l.,,,-.,. ran awav kicking his buggy into
nieces, throwing Mr. Woods In such a 111.111
hit .. in break hnth bones nf hi leg near
the ankle, nml Indict several etvre tlesli
John C. Cl.uk, wlin h.n been clerk In
ib.. I'iist National liank in St. .lolmbnry
the past three years, lias been nppolnlcil
ci'liler ot the new hank at l.lieiea
Anions the visitors nt Newbury S pring-i
are Ma.laine l'aullne Cnn'ssn of th Italiai
Opera Troupe nml scleral other foreign
There nie t'ruiii II'. to in') hoarders at the
Spiitig lintel Xctthurv. Among tlieni are
families Irnni New Ynik. llostnn. fspiing
llel.l. 1'hll.idelnhlii, anil Can.nla.
C 'ill It Ik 1 1 11 Co. 11.1).
It... .iv II. Hounds, of liiclif.n.l, has lc-
.-..It i d 'ibe iilinninlllielit nl' lll'l't'otnr nf
Cutnni at that place.
Three biin.lrcil anil eight) "Ix thicket anil
..I,.ni, i.,v eases 4 12 in nil ill cngrii:
ilie intention of our net l'riiiiklin County
lil'llll.l loll' I'oilllf).
tli.in.l Isle county Imi HI Sunday i-cho.ils
will, nil ceiK iii.il icm-hci. mm
scholars. Number of lc-mlcnl church
liiciulior, !l.y ; cinivcisioiis !,
Tin- ineiliciiial chnraiicr of the water nf
i.i. I.uli.ii. Mm lin'. Smith Her... is IiIl'IiIv
ciiiiiiiien.le.l by ih vicimis. Tlic hii.irilln;r
house ii kept tiv Ciipt. Coihin (of the A.
Williams) anil his excellent v. lie. Mis.
t'orbln, is well iiihipteil to licr position
The Alhurgli Spuna. Ihnw lias now
about 140 guests.
Orleans I Ill)
The name nf the Pot .Ollice nt East
(ireensboro. has lieen changed to drccus
born station, nnil.lniiicaW. Smith appointed
(ien. llenrv Vt'hlttloseg formerly (in Gen
Howards stall' anil well known in connection
willi the l'rccdmens llurenu, ilicil at St
Elizabeths Asylum on Saturday
The docket of the .Supreme Court for
llils county shows sixteen muses, tliougl
about half of tlieni are "with the court tor
decision, having already been argued- The
i unit made an or.lern lew icais since to
save expense in printing, that counsel in
each ease sliouhl designate to the clerk
what points would be raised in argument,
Tlie term commence August -I.
While going to Kane recently, to visit
the grave of her son, Mr.". Connive of
Chelsea, mother of James C.i?j;iiic, was
tin-own from a wasnn in wlileli she was
lidliig, nml quite seriously Injiued.
Chelsea now has a direct conimunication
with Mrntielier by stage tluce times n
W. II. II. E.ule, a brother of the re
nowned A. A. Earle, has lltte.l up a job
printing oillce in connection with the
Citizen ollice at Morrisvllle.
About tluce tons ofimttcr, u car load of
cattle and one of sheep, were; shipped fiom
Morrisville station last Monday morning.
One of tlie new streets of Morrisvllle,
has been named Portland street,
lion and tie3 for the railroad continue to
pas tlie .Morrisvllle station at the rate of
of six.r seven carloads a week, and the
work of Ironing is progressing finely be
yon.l Hyde, Park.
Merrlain ifc.Jnckoiv, of Morrisville seem
to lie doing a lively business down at tlio
foundry, melting iron every day and llnd.
lug ready sale for all the plows, cultivators,
harrows, etc., they can possibly turn oft.
Tlie liurlington Demoemt, Woodstock
'(.(, and Vcrgennes Vrruumttr have been
"going for" Enrlc, of the Citizen consider
ably of late, and last week they all lnoke
out at once, so look out for a good lively
thing or two In the Citizen this week.
.Miss Carrie Chase nf Headwlck, has
been appointed assistant teacher of French
hi the Morrisville graded school.
Mr. W. W. Avery, one. of the piopiietors
of tlie Mtmarial, while on a visit to Jlerlin,
Vt., a few days since was thrown from his
carriage and severely injured, several ribs
being broken and his system receiving a
terrible shock, lie is now convalescent.
Snmiiel Kimball, nf Muntpelier, has con
tracted for the building of a monument
which Is to mark the grave of Philip Km
bury, the loiuuler of MethmllMii In Ameri
ca, whose remains are Interred in Cam
bridge, N. V. It Is to be of Harm gr.initc,
ai.d will cust Sl'J.'iO. It is to be completed
ny me i.itnoi iicioiier, anil will lie Medica
ted on the -'Ot!i.
ilnyinjris uenilytiuislied and b.n, icmiIu.1
in a light cioji, many ilicr funis falling oil'
10 to V2 toils from last year's crop, Not
withstanding tlie uut.twiriihlc neither the
bay has been put In the bin n In good cm
ditlnu. O-car Jones nf Moiitpllcr has jiut m.I.I
bis f.irin in llerlln to Mr. .Slieihiirn ol
(il.ner. for ijTOOO. It has been in his taili
el's nn. I grnn.lliithci's possession Tor Tl!
years, Maj, Samuel Jones settling mi It in
IT'.ir, when it as a complete wihlerue--.
James (5, Walt of Weston ha been .U
cl.ilcd a b.iiikriipt,
Tim olllcers of the Ci)iineelleut Itivcr
Valley Assoclatloii have been ery fortu
nate In seeming the services of Col. J. W.
)tob';iion of Clarcmnnt as Chief Marshal at
their approaching Pair, for which extensive
prep.irations are. being made. Col. itohin
son has selected for Ids aids Wllso llritton
or llnrlhind Vt., and I'.dwhi .M. Tolles ol
Deacon Dawson's letter lo the Albany .loiirnal
Why llii.) Dl.lii'l calth in' t'Kli,
It was my fortune upon one occasion,
when homeward hound, far on In June, to
fall in with a party of six or eight, who
were encamped where n fortnight he fori)
the trout wcro so abundant I could catch
u day's supply for a doen of men In a
couple of hours. Jiut I found this
party literally llshless, and the most
profoundly disgusted group of lisconso
latcB 1 ever saw, Sonus of them had been
here before, In piopcr season, and dono
splendidly : and tliev had brought their
Jrlends with them now, anticipating equal
luck. I explained to them their mistake,
recounted to tlieni my own experience, of
n fortnight before, and, out of sheer sym
pathy, escorted them two miles to n favor
Ito and secluded pond, -where the trout are
equally plenty at nil seasons, ntul -where,
,J,'eVef0,maao UalW abundant sport.
Not one of theso gentlemen cm afterward
"fooled away his time" by fishing on tho
"riffs" -when tho trout had clmngcd Ihclr
quarters to the spring holes.
ll.VVMi AMU Avi:iivn:it.
Hotv tlKi Smith C'nrolliin (InKoi-
C'oiKiiicrcit 1IU Mniiiincrliig
IXIinulo ol Ilie Kcxt llllglnii.l
Hon. Henry S. 1-ootu devoted one of bis
reminiscences, now being published In tlie
Wnsluimtoti L liromeu, tocx-beiintorlliiyne
or South Carolina, uhhig nn account or
the way In which, as described by himself,
lie overcame tno nanii oi siniiiiuermg in
youth, and adding a grncerul tribute by
lilin to his old antagonist, Hnnlel Webster.
Mr. l oote writes t
"Hon. Havne win of medium slatuic.
well shaped, and nf n (Ingillar animated
and mercurial aspect. His eyes were very
bright and dazzling, ami of light hazel color.
His countenance wore a very mini ami oe
nlgnint expression. Ills face was cleanly
shaven, nml h" wns elegantly but unosleii
tatouly nttlrei'. Ills maniHrj were m.irkid
with a graceful and winning allablllly
wlilch I have never seen surpassed. I
asked him how he hail been able to iiciuire
such woii'Irmu facility of expressiun, and
siicii reninrknlile capacity tor keeping nine
the interest nf Ids audience, lie iiii"ered
my ipieiles without any t'.iNc modcly, and
without a particle of utlgar cgollin, very
nearly in these words I "loll gne me
credit fur much facility of expressiun, and
fur lulling successfully cultivated to tonic
extent the gurcei of rhetorical display. I
shall surprise you, I do not doubt, when 1
tell j oil that at sixteen years of age I was
an awkward, stammering boy. I desired
to become a lawyel, and was men then as
s'ulioiisly preparing m) self for the legal pro
fession.' A j until inoru ambitious of ora
torical distinction than 1 was I am sine has
never lived. Hut my friends and relatit es
all joined in urging me to give up the ho e
of future renown as a speaker, and to du
inte myself tu sunie other calling belter
adapted to tlie sleii.lerness nf my faculties.
They told me th.it It was absurd and t Illicit
Ions in one who stuttered so iihi.uiiuahlv
to think of becoming eieii a tolerable plead
er ur caues This niiirlille.l me mil. 'b, bill
I did lint desist from the struggle in which
I had so zealously enlisted. 1 thought much I
of the dillleiiitles nfa similar kind which I
Demosthenes was reported to li.ne en- I
countered, and of Ibe uecesstul
ellurls niii.le by him In oiercome '
tlieni. I dilligeiiliy studied the tones of
my own voice. I essiyed to llnd out all
the mysleiles which belonged to our com
plex vocal organ. I labored fr.iiu hour to
hour, and Iroiu minute to minute, to a; cer
ium the precise nature of those particular
impediment to a clear and easy nrticul.i
tion under which I was "iiUcrlng. 1 pif -dercd
this subject by day, and It was with
me the prompter of many a painful and of
many a pleasing dream. At length the
light broke in upon me. I lnuiiil that I had
never before learned to talk; thai I had
been siill'ered all my life to jabber contused
and unintelligible sounds, I learned at
Inst thnt to speakj In the true sense of the
word, was to articulate distinct vocables;
that the ardor of my temperament was such
as well as my ambition, to communicate
Ideas to the minds of others, that I had
heretofore unduly hurried my syllables up
on each other, ur rather tried t'n do so, to
that the vocal sounds became inextricably
intermingled and hopelessly Indistinct, and
that every fiesti ell'ort had invohed nie hi
greater and greater embarrassments. I
came at last to tlie conclusion that the tlrst
step I had to take in order tu ae.pilre the
complete control ot my mice was tu put
my own feelings under the strictest disci
pline, to habituate myself to sober thought,
and to learr. the indispensable art of keep
ing the fervent sensibilities with which I
was endowed under thorough command,
and thnt alter I had done these things In ail
ell'ectunl manner it would then be indispen
sable that I should strive to enunciate eacli
syllable thnt I had to utter clcaily and em
phatically before attempting to emit a suc
ceeding one, and so on until the whole sen
tence, whether long or short, should have
passed forth from my lips, lty pursuing
Ibis course rigidly for a consideiablo period
of time, I hoped that at last I might ac
complish the great objects that I was sack
ing to attain, and that I should become able
to speak fluently and without pain either to
myself or to others. I practiced constantly
upon theso ideas, and if I now speak witii
ease, as you seem to think. I am Indebted
for my power in this respect to tho labors
which I have just described. This is so
certainly tho case that I assure you were I
even now to attempt to express myself in
tlio rapid manner which bus become so
common of late among young men of fiery
temperament and of unchnstened moral
organism, I should inevitably stutter just as
disgustingly as I did forty years ago."
After tills interesting recital had closed I
ventured to refer to tlie grenl oratorical
contest between himself and Mr. Webster,
in tlie national senate, now nenrly half a
century ago, and asked hlin what he thought
of Mr. Webster's powers ns a speaker, lie
at once answered that lie supposed him, up
on the whole, to be the most consummate,
orator of either ancient or modern times ;
that his ability as a reasoner, he was con
fident, had never been exceeded i that Ids
imagination was as fertile and vigorous as
that of Milton or Homer; that his humor
was both exquisite nml abundant ; that his
knowledge was unlimited ; that he had the
most happy command nf Ids temper at nil
times, nml that on certain great occasions
lie had excelled all the speakers that had
ever lived, not excepting cither Demos
thenes or Cicero. I then nsked him what
lie thought of Webster's manner? He re
plied that it was always grand and impress
ive; that lie hid never heard him utter a
word in a careless or vulgar stj let that lie
seemed never to forget bis own dignity, or
to bo unmindful of tlie character and feel
ings of others, and that when thoroughly
excited, the stiblimu grandeur of his thoughts
and language, derived great additional po
tency from Ids noble and soul moving enun
ciation and his few but impressive gestures.
I then said lo him: "Hut, (Jen. Ilnyne,
cvciyoneln tlie South admit e.l your speech
es on the occasion to vhlch v.ni have been
referring more than they did llio-e of .Mr.
Webster, and it is said that lien. Jackson
was so much delighted with the first of your
speeches In the senate that he had it printed
on satin for distribution ainniig Ids friends
at a distance. Was this so?" To which lie
leplied: "I helieie lld is to li.ne been
Hue; tlie people of Ibe south generally up
prnl i d my speech, beeaii-e they believed
that I had been defending in it their oun
local interests and honor, (ien. Jiiekson
admired It because be thought lli.it I bad
successfully i indieited the Democratic
cause, to the support of which bis mm lile
had been devoted. Hut i.m know that in
a few mouths thereafter, when our nullifi
cation experiment had deu'luped its gigan
tic piupurtlons, u I nl after the ineiiinruble
contest had occurred in the senate between
Mr. Calhoun and my iinci.'nt antagonist,
.Mr Webster, Oen. Jackson became so
great an admirer of the senator from Mass
achusetts that he fho..ght seriously of mak
ing him chief justice of tlie supreme court
of the United States upon tlie decease of
our venerable .Marshall, lie assured, sir,"
lie continued, "I neicr for one moment
bin o thought of comparing that speech of
mine, made in dhect ntsallment of Mr.
Webster and tlie Federal party of old, and
to the defense of which I had thought
proper to challciigo him, to his great and
uncqualcd speech in reply thereto; though
it is certain that for n day or two it seemed
by many that I bad come oir victor in tlie
Tin, t'liiuii'e or llelue Slriick
Taking the figures of tho last census te.
port for our fact, we find that during the
r 18'0,"ler,0 were in tho whole country
203 deaths front llglitnlng-stroke. Let
womankind take notice that out of these,
148 deaths were of males, and only fit fel
males. '1 hu total number of deaths from
all causes was nearly ttOO.OOO. Tlieni
were, 2,4:17 deaths from other causes tn one
death from lightning and there wcie lt)0,
88.1 persons Hying to every ono killed by
this cause It Is somewhat singular that
tho lightning was decidedly moro dls.
tructlvo with both males and females he
twecnthenges of 10 and !10 years than
with any others ; between 10 and 15 years
Is tho most fatal time, hut even then the
number Is very small. Much comfort for
thoso still inclined to bo timorous Is to be
found In going hack further on tho record.
The deaths by lightning In 1R70 woo onlv
eleven iikiio than In 1800, while the pop.
illation had Increased moro than seven
millions and the rate is declining in spite
of the hasty conclusions formed by reading
the news of ii day. In 1800 there were
foity.clght deaths from lightning out of
evety 100,000 dealhs from nil causes t In
1HT0 the inte was only foity-two. Hut
now when only 20'4 persons died from
llgblnlng-stroke In 1870 llieic wciu !I7
deaths I rtnii Min-stroke, or neatly twice, as
inanv. Vet the number of persons who
shudder when Ibey see the sun tise would
licit-it very htn-ill rnlhi tn those who shudder-
ill the rising of the thunder c loud.
The r.ili' nf de.ilh fiom sunstroKc has de
clined dill Ing Ibe ilecado fioiii iilnclv-one
to clghly-imc hi 10(1, ll'H) de.ilbs fiuni all
causes, lindwilli the liicicasc locale mid
lllfoiliiatlon nil tlie subiecl Is likely lo lie.
. ii'a.-c sllll more. Jhnl It will ahvai's piob
ably I c largelv III excess of the f'ghtnlug"
tali'. It Is iil-o iintli cable that there
wcie l.ilil deaths by suicide, while there
weir only vo'j l.v lightning! In other
wolds iiiriudiildii il is sK limes as llkelv
to kill himself as llglitit'ng tn kill him. '
VIT .V SIIKIi.MAN
OT". N Aliltss A.MIIIIK'AN ANII ('(K'llKCO
I' II I N T S
ltljc. lOJc. Kile.
ttn YAIIHS 4.1 STIill'Mli AMI I'nl.KA HUT
A M II 1! I C
U cents, icflurct trniii v. e.-nls,
lisi LINKS' .1 PITS WIIITt: St'lTS,
In Mnsii, i hint Vlelo' l.i 1,-iw n, (a rsi to tin mi.
Iir.'T .(' KIIKliMAX
DITcr the most eit-gi.iit uiilety of elioieu
M I. A (' K l (i (i It s
In New Itnghiiiil, at extremely low prices,
Ot all kinds, reduced to-day.
rAit.wii, r.Aiiir.s' and t'iiii)itF.N",
Oivm.M new lo-il iy, very Ii:1ii1miiii,' ami cheap.
injurs nkw voitK snor.s.
'lids shoe Is worn icry extensively In New
Yolk City, mi. I Is Ilie best, clic.i)icst an. I h.inil-sninr-si
Mine in America.
lll liT .V SIICItMAN
Offer the largest nn.l best variety of Dry (looili,
ami hale tho best lighted unit tnigesl
Sales-i-ooin tu Vermont.
liiltl.iuil, July H, ls',3.
itixti (scons. si'itiNti cenns
KINSMAN .V noiss
Wish tn say In Ilie iiulills thai Ihevhave now
open r.,r Insperlloii tho he-l line of spilng I
Oooils tl.e .'i.'i'olt.'ied.
HOtinilV, (II.OVLS, .ve,
An el.'gniil line or
MILK ANII WOOL POPLINS
iirri LiticiCH ci:i.i:iiati:i) pattluns
(Ml ami examine our new line of srooJs,
Yours respeel fully
KINSMAN U IIOsiS
Si. s Mercliants' now, Itutlanil.
pAHKIIUHST A CO,,
Wholesale nod Itelall Dealers III
roni:i(iN ami iiom i:sti(,,i
I'ANCV (toons NOTIONS .10.,
Meu-hanth' now, liiiil.iu.l, v.-imoiit.
Wo Invito cj-rl.'tl iillei.tlou of all pei-sons
ilsltlng lliiil.'iinl, or persons In pui-siilt or the
bi'st place lo hut goods lu our Hue to our stock,
which embraces Ilie prineii al sti.ples of the
I I' is Ol It AIM
To Keep cim-.hintly In htoek, siieehilllcs tn
euiy d.-pailinenl woithj ot the attention or all
persons In pursuit of lirj (l.sids.
Our st.s'k Is sel.-cled with great care anil
marked at prices lo fully cnrresiHinil wllh i lie
We liaie now on hand specl.dlles In
noir.sTK' nitv noons,
(ii.ovls, iKHimtv, coicsnTs,
And In fact we h.ne baigabis u even dep-in
KID (ILOVLN, .7.'.. 1.(0, l.iKi, l.m, I.T.'i.
C. A. I'AHKIIUIIST, .t CO.
lulland, August o, isja. ninylillf
A llrst-class s.ifeltro and burLMnr nrutf com
bined ono of "Herring's Patent Champion," In
perfect woiklng uiier. Will bo sold for less
thnn Its real inlue. Apply nt tho llaxter Nn
Jylfsltf ti. it. IIOTTUM.
H A h K I
The subscriber lias a Cnnilv annaratus com
prising a complete outfit for manufacturing
candy, which lie w ill sell fur less than one-taali
the, original cost. Also, one heavy Truck" Wa
gon, very cheap; and one pair of Double Work
OLD. W. CHAPLIN, Jk
!) Mcrcuauta'' How.
Iiulland. May vo. myitutf.
O II S A T, K .
MPH ASRl llANCH
or tu s;
No. 120 HnoAiiwAY, Nk.w Voiik,
Has become Iho most popular t.lfe Insurance
t'nnipmy In the world.
Assets over t20,(ss)'n)
INCOHK .. . H,MV),MI
New business during the J ear ts;j of tlie C'nia
paiilcs represented In Itulhiml,
Mutual Mm !n,t..i7,"ir.
I'liiimlx Mutual ii,tsi,3I
Charter oak l?,itn,r,oi
Itf public 11,530,301
Massachusetts Mutual r.,41T,iNi
Ninth Aineilea 4,f,il,i;r,
Trni eli-iV ,i:a,tr
loc il. Ai.vt-oiiv no inn oi- iikiiuiksck:
.lulu. N. ll.ivtei-,
Ner. P. hlmons,
-lolui A, Mead, M.D.,
Col. V,(I, Veae.l,
-loii M. Iluu'ii,
(leo. It. llolliuu,
.l.ihn W. Crniiiton,
.lohn A. siielilou,
IllJIt.N'HAM A- TKMI'I.K.
W'e nie Agents for the followlnijSilrsr riass
I'lre Insiiianee Companies,
Aetna Vsset i, $ii,w..,oan
Imperial, " s,iH),ii
Home, N, V., ' 4,mi,isi
Itoyal " 1..,.iiki,isiii
llarttord " it,4Mi,(inti
lnsuranee ot no. Aiui'i iea, i-mi.i.
I'henix, N, Y
These ore tlie best known of all Ilie companies
leprcsented in Itillland, nml since we haw
represented them they t.v ;fii'i uioir vmnftu to
the cltl7Piis of Hutland and ilflnlt.i limn "II
ittlir .-nifiHiiifN etinibltir!.
This reeoi-il proves their stability ami their
willingness to pay all propel- chiliii-.
We confidently cxncj't a eoiilliiuain-.. ol iho
liberal patronnife w hleh tiiese eoiiip.uit.-s li.ne
We also repi oscnt the Traielers Life and Ac
cident Insurance Company. We gle a beller
and cheaper jiollej than any other Life com
pany. Call and see.
lltniNHAM .V TL.Ml'I.l-:.
Oflice, opera House, ltiitl.iml, VI.
nml Sin Wave.
U.N'X & CHAMTOX,
Mamifactiireis of all kinds of
aii.l dealers In
I'LXNISIILD, HltlTANNIA, .I.M'AN, (IUSS
AND WOODIIN WAltr.S
nf every description.
llltOOMS, llltrsilF.1 AND JtASKKT.S
and n general assortment of
housk Kimxisiiixd coons.
Sp'-cl.il Mcllll Irs for Jobbing nil kinds of
TIN ANII OLASS WAIIH.
:v.lt kinds of liuiTKK liikea In exelianite for
NO. 14 MKHCHANTh' HOW.
' Itutlanil, Vt., May 1, 1S73. myldtf
i: m o v a r.
S (1. stulcy, o( the late Una of htnley A- Us.
plncott, has reinoie.l ids business from No. ii;
Center St., to No. Ill Merchants' How, where he
bus formed n Copartnership wllh Messrs. Dunn
.v. Cruuitoii, under the ttrm name or S, (I. Staley
. Co. Ilowlll be pleased to see ull of Ids old
customers, anil as many new ones as will tin or
him with a cull.
S T A I, K Y k CO,
No. 14, Mkiiciiistr' llow,
STOVKS AXI) HOT AIR TUltXACKS.
The wtewait and Now Aiaeilenu Cooking
stoves, for both wood and coal, constantly on
hand. Manufacturer!! of and denlets In
COI'l'KH, TIN AND SHI-XT IIION WAIti:.
1' h U M 11 I X I.
Ill nil Its branches,- llath Tubs, Waler Closets
Osbiili.t Wntei Piping, and l'Tlllnifs of
TIN HOOFING AND JOltlllNO
Of all kinds promptly attended to. None but
skillful and reliable workmen employed.
.., WORK WAMUSTM).
KKKIVHB, tl POORS NOKTU Ol'THEOfKKi 1101'SK
(Svam-icsi & gvouljilons
i'lT'.AM STONi: (T'TTI-'.l! CO.MIWXV
Sole proprietors nml Manufacturers of the
STONi: CHANNKLINO Oli (fl'AltllYJNO MA
CIlINi:, I'or culling Rtone Into vnilotii tftim and ill
inensloi.s in all kinik or (jr.i:iiir.
omen ash siioiv,
JOHN W. CltAMTON, ITes't,
(iLoitm; i:. ltoM'i:, Tieas.
ins l ly
oi:o. .i. WAitnwiii.L. tiiipt.
Q(!ltAl' IHOX AXI) STKKh, OLD
IJ Marble Siws and currency taken In ex.
change tor Nulls at Hie
llt'TLAND NAIL V.dllKS.
West of Lincoln iron Works,
J Y ,!' I)Y1:i!-
NO. lriMLIICIIANTS' HOW,
Iron and Lead I'lne, Portable and st.itlunai v Kit
glues; llotno steam, l'oreeaiid cistern I'liuips;
Leatliernuil llubliei-Helling; Itubber llo-,eauil
l'aekli.gj Itiibbei- oicrcouis, (Holes and Mil
ieus; steam mid Water (i.iuges; Water, steam
and (las Flltlmrs, and Flxtmec, all klndi: l l.ix
nml Soapstone Packing; Coilou Waste, Plumb
STLAM, WATKll ANII (IAS I'l lTINtl
Done al shoit notice, nml at pi Iocs adapted In
Hutland, May 1.1S73
pi.UMIHXC, AXI) OAS FITTIXC.
COPI'Llt AND sunirr IKON WOltK.
Hal lug leased rooms No. ir, Merchants' How,
lnStoiowltlilI.lt. Djer, I am prepared to do
nil work In my line in a workmanlike manner
nt reasonable rates.
PI.I'MIHNC AND OAS VITTINO HOODS
Mipplle-J r.t the lowest rates.
S A T I S F A C T I O.N (I F A It A N T H V. 1)
iir Orders by mall promptly attended to.
s. D. ,ii:nni:ss,
Hutland, May 29, 1873. dam
Q. It O V 1", It & 11 A K 13 II S
NHW I.Ml'KOVr.D LOCK-STITCH
S 13 V 1 X C. M A C II I X 13 S .
Makes tlio stitch alike on botli sides. Light
riumlivr. Complete In attachments. For sale by
i:. n. MintniA.n.
rpo 1'itiXTKHS -vxn TunusiiKits.
The (il.oili: Paper Co., haiiug duplicates of
tlie following articles offer them for sale at low
Steam Liigluc, suitable tor running presses,
Hoe Card Press,
smith Hand Press,
Iron Frame Paper cutter,
Two Hide Mlteilng .Machines,
Two Pairs News Chases
Two sctsColumn Hides,
And numerous other articles used in a Printing
oots ana ltcifis.
Q. 11 V. A T It 1-3 1) C C T I () X
Tlie great excitement no.v prevailing In Hul
laiul Is, w here can a Man, Woman or Child get
Iho best HOOT on Nlloi: tor I tin smallest
nmotuil of money.
Now, Cltlens or ltiitl.iiidami vicinity, 1 claim,
,.nd do also state, that I can sell xou anj tiling
Usually kept In a llrst-class Hoot mid shoe stole
as cheap, or even cheaper, than cm lie toiuut
this side or liuslon or New York maikets,
I IP. S. Please call before purchasing else
wliere, and I think that you will be convinced
(before leal lug) that llin above statement Is
coirert. Yours respectfully,
iv. i:. noss.
No. Merehant.V How, Hutland, Vt.
Store former!) occupied by Freneli .t Harrows,
Q.Iil-3.T Cf.OSIXC, OUT SAU3
n o o t s a x n s n o i: si
All kinds of hummer Cood a col or loss, lo
make room for a
F.M.I, LINK! I
Now Is tho lime at. No. a toget shod for a
small amount of money.
Chtlihen and Misses
nt a low lljiiire,
OAI.L AND SHI: FOlt YOt'HSKI.F,
A new Mock of lllacksmllh'H Aprons Just arrlied
at No. 0 Meichnnls' How,
JH. CA11M3'S W'ATKK l'HOOF
Oil. II 1. A C A T jV (I ,
HAHNLSSLS, CAHHIAOi: TOPS,
1100T8, bllOKH, WC,
Fits harnesses is-rfectly and prevents crack
ing. Hoes not fry out or gum the su Trace.
' Sortens and preserves the leather. Kxcludes
t he water, ISxcellcnt tor boots, shoes, Ao
liroives universal satisfaction. Mnnufue.
mylCdiwtf N. O. MAIICH, Mlddlcbury,
kvi (i. icixasu:v.
linLDini.S' AND CAIIINIIT
Wejmoulh Fine Finishing and Cinplre Cat
Nnlls, Iron, steel, chains AC.
, ,, III.ACKSMITll'S STOCK,
(M AltltY MATHIIIALS.
steel, Iron, Picks, Allies' Shoicls, lllnstlng Pow
iler (irovenimeiit pnsif), Fuse, Laree
liilil Flies, Heel striking Ham
mers. Handles. Ac,
MANILLA ltdl'i: ANII COHIIAOI'.
SAW-Mlt.l, liltcFLAIt AND WOOD HAWS,
AND IIOYNTON'S I.KtllTNINll
1' A I X T S .
Oils, Varnishes, (Hue, Kami '.-r, llriisli."., Ac.
(ILASS AND ITTTV.
A Hplendl.lt Incut Table nn.l I'oekel ciillerv,
Shears and Scissors.
r v it x i t u it i: .
IMilur I'liinltuie, Center Tables, Mlrrois, liv
tension Tables, lle.Isteads, Mnttrasses,
Spring lleds, lluiealis and Chairs.
Mnniir.icturer of Itlnek Walnut, chestnut and
1'alnted Chamber Sets.
C A It I' i: T S .
Veliet, mussels, T.iliestry, Three Ply and In
gniln cnrpMs, on cloths, Ac., Ac
( OFFINS AND CASKHTS,
AND Miri'ALI.K! IIFIIIAl. CASKS,
Al L. (I. KINdSLKY'S.
Itutlanil, .1 unc I7,ts;:i.
AX'DOX - II IT XT OO X,
Wholesale and itelall Dealeis In
UtOX, STKKh. XA1I.S, &(.., ,Vc Ac.
general Assorlniei.t of
in i: l t i n ii,-; L a o i n (t .ii
TI.MOTIIV, (3r.()VI-3I!, AXI .VI.I.
NOVA SCOTIA I'LASTIIIf,
1.01)1 MANI'I'ACTFHINII CO.'K P0IIDI1LV1T!:.
A Ftll.t. UNB OF
O II 13 A ! V O K C A B II
11 A H H K T T S OH) 8 T O It E.
JT) Ii . I-" I, I X T ' S
or a Kim ii i mms.
A (1IM-3AT MKDICAI, lsrovi3IC
Hxlracl of liools and lleibs which nlmosl In
Variably euro I he pillowing complaints.
Dyspepsia, Heart Hum, Llier Complaints and
Miss ot iipiH'll'i' cured by taking a tew isiille..
Mission!.', Low Spirits and Sinking Seus.iti.,n
cured at once.
Krtmtlons, Pimples; Welches ami all Impiirl
Ilea of the blood, li.irstlng Ihroiigli the skin or
ntherwlse. cured readily hv following Ihedliec
I Inns on Ilie bottle
!'or Kidney, llladiler and t'lluari- dernnire
inents It has no c.tual; one brittle will cmilnce
the most sceptical.
Worms expelled Horn the system wllhout the
least .link-iifty ; n few bullies are siinielem ror
the most obstinate cases.
Piles, one bottle has cured the most dim. 'till
case wlieh nil other reiurdles tailed.
Nervous Ilinieiillles, Nem-nHln. Ileadaehe,
,Vc cased liumcdlatcl,,,
Hheiminllsin, Siielled .foliils and 1.11 Scroruhi
Alillcllons removed, or girally iclleved In this
Hrunchllls, Cntanli, Colli ulslons, nml ll.si.--les
cured or iclleic'l.
Dinii idl Iheathlng, P.dtis In the lungs, side
nml chest, almost Invariably cured In Inking a
few bottles or (ju.iker llltteix
Female Dinieullles.so pieiiilent among Amer
ican laillcs.. ill-Id readily lo this luriilunbh' Hied
Iclne. the (Jiuiker Hitters,
lllllloiis, Honilllenl iind Inleimltteiit Feiers,
s.) prevalent In manj parts of om- country, com
pletely eradicated b (lie useiif tlie (puker lilt-
The Aged tlixl In the ((inker Hitlers pisl the
article the.i stand In need of 111 their declining
years, II quickens the blood and cheei-a the
mliiil, and p.ue the passage down tlie plan In
cllnr.l. No one can long lei.ialu unwell (unless anllct
cd wllh an Incurable disease) after taking a few
bottles of (junker Hitters.
sold by all Druggists and D"n!ers In Medicine
:7T Sold nl Wholesale mid Kctnll bj
WINO, Druggist, Kiitl.tnd.
I'HKlMlll.ll II V
II. S. 1T.IXT A CO.,
At their (ileal Medical Ii.-pnt, lir.,'iii.t IU7 Uroad
HI reel, Pi-oildence. It, 1. mehll Urn
ijook Acr.STs 'ANTi:n.
.1. II. WICK A: IIYDi:, l'fiiiisiii:!:
-I l!(IO A' FO 1! A I. I..
l'rxxY sinr. ot' iMiYsic.
Sil FAOF-S, '.Tl F.NflltAVINns.
A slnrlllng e.xpote of Medical Humbugs of the
pasi uu.l pic.seiu. Il tt-inoau-s tuai K-., tu.nus
iiirs '-raellii'- lloeln.-s. Patent Medicine len
ders, Noted Female Cheats, Fortune Tellers
and Mediums, and gives Interesting aecuiinls of
noted Physicians and narintlies or their Hies.
It reveals stnitllug secrets, and Instructs all
how tn mold the ills which llesh Is heir to.
We gue excliislie teirllorv and liuerji coinmis
slons. For clrciilni-s and tenns addre-.s the
pubiish.-i-s, ,i. ii. lii'itit s itvni:,
Hnrtror.t, Conn., or Chleago, HI.
OF Till: FNITHI) STATUS,
Twclie hundred pages and tM engrailngs
pilnled In Lnglisli niid (lerinnn. Written by
twenty eminent million, Including John 11.
..o.igu, lion. i.eon ( use. i.iittari. iiuttoiuu, jtut
H. Hdwln Hall, Fhlllp lilpley, Albert llrlsbane
llorapn (Irf-.-lof. V. 11. Perkins- etc.. etc.
This w ork Is n complete history ot all branches
ot Industry, processes ot manufacture, etc.. In
ullages. "It Is a complete encyclopedia of arts
and manufactures, and Is tho most entertain
ing and valuable work ot Information on sub
jects or general lmeresi; ever ouereti iu me
puoiie. it e give our ngeins inu e.xeiusite ngni
of territory, one or our ngents sold 133 copies
In eight tins s, another sold 3iis copies In two
weeks, our agent In llarttord sold 337 In one
week. Specimens or the work sent to agents
on receipt or stamp. For circulars and terms to
agents address the publishers, J. II. Ill'lllt .t;
HYHi;. Ilarirortl. Conn., or Chicago, ill,
i'xcivii.izi:n hacks or mi:x
IN ALL COUNTHIKS OF THE WOULD.
Helng a comprehensli e account of their man
ners and customs, and or their physical, social,
mentnl, moral and religious characteristics.
Hv Itr.v. J. (!. WOOD, M. A., F. L. S.
Fle hundred engrailngs. l,son super ltojal
octavo pages. In two volumes, or
two lolumes In one,
Agents are making over ilfta per w eek In bcll
HiC this work. An e.uly application will secure
a cliolen or territory. For teims address tlio
J. II. ill'lllt & 1IYHK,
llAllTFOHll, CONN., oil ClilCAdO, ILL.
UUincvii ana .-fanfy (JjooiVs.
A It It O YVS - M I T C II 13 h h,
(Slll'1'cil.-tlil'S til l'KtlCII .V HlllllOW-s,
I'ltOSI'I'.CTIJs 1'OIt IHTii.
As we have worn no disguises In the past,;we
joinn with no promise of a new sensatlou. We
bhnll offer you no euniilngly detlsed Mbles to
tickle your fancy, nor lake a rresh departure In
unbeaten p.itlis to rcllcio the monotony or
Irutli-telllnjr, For nearly Fifteen Yearswchaio
held lo tlio Rama principles, and we llnd them
all Hiiwoi u by Hie lapse ot time.
MII.l.lNnilV AND FANCY (tOODS
VII()I,I3KA hl3 A XI) HUT AIM.
All orders cut rusted lo our care will bo
I'ltoVPTl.Y AM) (it :'.." I'll. I.Kit.
HAKWVN'fj - .MlTCIII-3I,h,
NO. at MintCIIANTS' HOW.
BHIC1C I have flvo hundred thousand
good hard burned merchantable brick on
hand and tor sale on reasonable terms. Please
call and examine. Warranted to give satisfac
tion, ii-w. !. mm. ii,
Hutland, August 1, 1S73,
ooliri, tationcni, Sit.
!" 1 1. TATloN i; It vv(
-I' .t I. HI (i k ( o.
i i "i I . onsist ii or
i 'in i nn 1 1 ,
or n fT.-i hi i . i t.ii,-,
1- - s I P bles nml 'I . -li.lo.-lii ., luixe ntnl Miinll,
I'i . r Hooks, II' i. oi !. i.-, D. iutloii.il
.looks, nod llu loplllal book
,il 1. n- il.'V I ' .1 iooii
. i i a. in
.ii i Ml i: isooti -. .i io looks,
( i'i- ' ii I.j.h Il ' ' .i ss and ( 'his l.ei
1-lli.ilii.llMMI M.lll lis.
IMI IM. STATIONLIli,
I III x, ! Mil.lsH .,,,
AMI.llll N STATIONLIIV.
;.n Hie I ll,- tl pinin nml tlnled,
IMllll lllll-l-.(, IKINK TO OIIM.1t.
Vt HlTINd FI.FIDS.
Inks In Hlaek, Violet, Illue and Cm mine.
Pens, Fen-holders, Pencils, Slates, Pocket Hooks
mid WnlP-ts, Ijiilles'l'orle-iiionnaleH, llrsek
cts, Hall Pocketn, Towel Hacks, sllpts'i
( asi'K, lilncklng cases, Hasle's Hook
Siiili's and Shelics, Jewel Stands
mid lloxes tu Caned Wood,
Maleli Safes, Writing
Desk's and Woik
Matenals for WnJcFlowci-s,(Jlass Shades, Vases,
Parian statuary, lironze Oroups
nml l nses stereoseoiiesnn.l Views, Photogrnpln
IaMi?rnphs, Steel Lngravliigs
In Velvet, Holly Wood, ,vc. All klndsot IMctuie
Framing don., in order ami In the host si tie.
N 1! W S D 11 I' O T .
lull) nnd Weekly Papers supplied.
We luilte all wishing goods In our line to call
mid examine our slock before pun basing.
si'An.nixo a- co.,
No. 1. MkiicutSTs' How, HFTLAND. VT.
mmii: i:xci:T.sioit niAUY roit iht-i
(ii.our. i' a run a'.w.i.vr,
. HFTLAND, VKlt.MONT,
. leneral Wholesale Agents for
KHMONT AND NEW HAMPSIIIHE,
WAslUN'tlTON, WAItltFN, LssIA', AND
CLINTON iCOFNTIL- N. .
Why the Trade give to the Hxeelslor I liar) the
picfereiice oier all others,
1st. II Is piluii-d on line i-..s,. tin! paper,
'-'d. Tliesainenualltt of p.iperlsiised lliruil.th
the entire line, gillie; Ju-r as good papi-r In a
chsapbook as In a high priced one.
3d. It Is Hie bet luii lie.l lll.iry In the
-Itli. Wet-lte.tollS.ir.dllTerent stiles to select
Mh. (Julie a niiiiiber or Hie best selling pat
terns arc made by no oilier house.
cth. The pocket-book styles are nil arranged
to suit the business man.
Hi. Hetallcrs want a Diary that Is neat, at
tractive and saleable.
Mb. You will nnd fewer ot them among the
old stock ot dealers, asthei s.-ll belter than
any other Diary,
Oth. The Kilo of the Hxeelslor has Increased
more than wo per cent. In the last four) eais,
which fact shows that the retailer appreciates
Hitli. We give nltractlvesliuwc.irdsand post
ers, and plenty of them.
lltli. They cost no more, and no less, than
other Diaries all lists and discounts being
nth. Tho Hxeelslor Is the best retailing
Diary' offered to the trade.
Wo Intend to visit all dealers In Dial les earl)
In Ilie season. If there are any, however, that
wo do not reach, wo shall bo pleased tu send
them, on application, a lino ot samples to ex
amine In comparison w It li other goods.
Kail) oi tiers arc always tilled complete, while
Into orders nro apt lo llnd the assortmert
broken, unit frequently the best selling st) les
used up. U Is a good plan to put 111 orders early
us pay-day comes no sooner .than with late or
ders. We can deliver goods nuj lime after 1st
Send In your orders for tlio Excelsior early to
TIII-3 C.I.0DI3 l'Al'Ell CO.,
LAXIv DOCKS Are a spcclnltv with
us. Wo havo ever) thing In this line. We
have ono of the best (ir not the best) appointed
Hlank nook manufactories tn the state. Eicr)
thlng is new and In good shape, and we hnie a
man In charge or it who understands the bust,
ness In all Us details. Wo havo a stock ot Ilrst.
class ledger papers, and lailto banks, rannutae-
(iiiu.gi-oiupauics, ac,, iticxaininoour stock ana
(U.OIIE l'Al'Ell CO.
riMIK llUTLAXI) DAILY AND
X WEEKLY OLOIll, contains nil tho latest
news, Including tho telegrams or the associated
press, local correspondence, state news, tc.
No exiH'iiso spared In tlie editorial department.
Ailtertlslng rates low, csiieclally tor short ad.
lertlsciacnts. Tho papers are larger and con
tain moro rending matter than any other In tho
state. (1LOHE FAl'Klt CO
rpACIS. Wo oiler Pcnnlson's Mcrchati--L
dtxo nnd Shipping Tags to stationers and
Printers nt DcnnUson'a lowest prices. Send us
an order and satisfy ) ourseltcs.
qroiin FAPEit co.
1513XCILS. Dixon's Pencils, matlo In
. tlio Fnttcd states, are much superior to
Faber's, ond are sold nt lower prices. Try
tll.OUE l'Al'Ell CO.
PENCILS. Dixon Hound Hilt Pencils
are as good ns Faber's Hound out, some
say better. Ir no better, they dc&crvo favor f ruin
being nn American Pencil at lower prices.
Theyaro made by tho Joseph Dixon Crucible
Co., Jersey city, N. J., and we otlcr them to the
trade, nt their net prices. Try them,
OL011U PAPEH CO.
10 DHY-aOODSMKN. (IH0C13HY-
,ut..t, (it'tt.(ii.it av , tt u oner ine larg
est lino or wrapping Fnpcrs, l'npor Hags, Flour
riimn inuii-n, to ou lOUUtl ill lile Male.
llest quality miinltla, best quality bogitsman.
ilia. Hesi quality straw paper, all sties and
weights, llest, quality paper bags nnd Hour
sacks warranted mil slzo nnd full weights. No
bcrtmplng. Wo handle these goods In large
quantities, and our prices am ns low as others,
selling same quallly ot goods. Scud us an
CILOHK l'APEH CO.
OUH STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
comprises n mil lino of staple goods,
llrst-class pnpors, folded nnd tlat, nileti and
Plain, all wci ius and sizes. Ent elopes of all
grades onil colors, drug, pay, note, letter, oni
tlal and document, uli llrst-class goods und
prices low. Order a sample lot.
GLOBE PArEIt CO,