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MJK UTTLAND J)A1LV (JL013K. WEDNESDAY MOKNJNC, SEPTJ0MJ3EU
VKDSr.SDAY, PKPTEMBKH 3, 18T0.
TtP.V IN .IDV.INCK.
i 1 1 -I'l l inontli
t, iT-Tlirce month).
... 8 no
ol.OliK l'Al'J'.l: co., Huttnnil, Vt.
1'ho governor of Mlssoml Is taking
m-nuiiit ineasuics for thu enforcement o
ill.' laws. An Inspection of the mllltla has
Von ordoicd as, tdso, nn Inquiry as to the
,..,ml,rr.,rmr tlial Cftll 1)0 idled ltl" I"
the ensu of an eincrgeney.nnd how j.ionipt
lv they can bo brought Into the 1 1,0
autliniitles are determined to ptini'h all the
,I1.M cnn-a'-cditi the Call.nvny county
ly uohlng affair, and omio Uirir urrcst.ovcii
iritl.iictc-sair to employ ine ""-
mty lover of the slate to effect that pur
IIIM'IIACTN l. I-IISTH Vl.Vr Ol'
Without constitutional provisions or e.v
jirort. eongrc-slomii or legislative, enact
ment", ihc law vciy wisely control?, con-
etiueu and 'disposes of all contract! made
bv Individuals ov corporations. II 'irdnlns
jiatlloular contract, decline- the mfntiliijr.
force and effect of its proyMuiH, mid so
construe them that no p.irly thereto in ty
be Injured or overreached thereby. It
goes further. It decline"- contrail abso
lutely void, ami by the Judgment or de
crees of the com Is, annuls agi cements that
avej tainted with fraud or corruption, or
where one of the jiaillcs has been over
leached or deceived by undue Influence, by
false representations, or other corrupt or
fraudulent mean. Contracts aiej alio, an
nulled and set alde whcic they contravene
public policy, or are manifestly Injurious to
the Inteicsts of the Mate. This Is common
law, on the subject, ns delllicd, umlciMood
anil enforced by the courts In every civil
ized slate, nation and country In the woild
These picliinin.iry icniaika -coined liceo
nv..i imcKtir v ii:.i.
Tliu Clitl ol (lie I'cnns) lllulltl Ale
iiiiii rn--. It to n If riimmcll vvliose
IVnnio IVoi cr x-n- Knotvii.'i'licIliir
Tor more than u ipiartcr of a century,
dallti;; from about ISIO, one ol the mnl
noticeable object of Intevc' t In Wa'lilii'f-
Ion was in ration plimes ol i-ivpcriiy
mid ndvciilly a singular genius l.noiui as
l'eau IlleUnmn. Duilrg the whole of
the pel lod cMendlng fiom the beginning of
our troubles with Mexico to bin death he
was as well known, not only to lcddeiils
hullo vlsllees, as the Cnpllol llH'lf: and
It was 111 lionet that he had been on terms
or Intimacy with every I expectable mrinbci'
of Congic-" from Websttr and Clii, down
to the lime -hen n-spietnbility in 't.ti"ics
wnt the cVci1lnli and not the nil '.
Ilobeil Singh ton llul.iiiu. :i lie hum
Known, vv i bm.i in M.tl.i liui-l .i" :l 1 1 -I.
Aflil a wil I ."id di sip..!. I i ..i. 'n all
parts of the country, hut mainly In the
South, Hickman dilfled to Wa-hiugton,
and there he developed a uinM evtrnnnllna
I'ne llu-ton (H'l'f )i:'s a collect idea ot
. situation when it says that "the state
, i Scimonl, like Iowa, will soon be out of
,l The sluledobt Is now only 1 115,(1 1!),
,u,i there ntc fc'MO.OOO in the TrcaMiry,
, 1 1 1 a large ninoiliit of ta.se I" I'c colled
, ( ennont. If a good Male totmignile
,-..i,i. - Douglas UH'd to say, ialso a state
i te tl." et.infiuts "f life and educational
Miiulee, aie t heh.il without cam minis
iiviln.il. and .Hiiiwheie the principle of
! ,m :,ie ni acnerally tlifftf-cd ami as
,i i! underMi.oda'.an.vwheiein the Tnlon,
sary, in order to a ftdl understanding of the iy passion for tlrests, hi chief ambition be-
,,. ii'iv tine I' xnlain how itlnippcns thai
ii. ..n.tuMv ki.im'ii to lint few oiibido
,ii own iinmciViaU' virlnitj ' tlmt
.i.i. ..r H,e virbiltv of Uutland-that
iiartils rcide In this comity, and it
.i.... i the Mime time. Ih.it Ihcynto
, i-iteil bv numU'i's Horn this vicinity,
, 1 , rti (mc ah" from JS'rir )') l I'M-
anil I'l'ii- '.""Olf. c aie in.
.!. however, that Mlth i the ct'H-.
. i ,i...i .r.n I heir lefcldiiiie n well
,, ,i, that they have b'uidci fiom 1'hil
, ,ii.i and Stiilmillchl; and that on
u i.i-. Iat aiuityof I'hil.idclphl.tus re-
r , i t r--in the house. He have Mil),
t ,. i i tic- niieMlon to borne cxpett", but
explanation alfordcd is thai it is
. i tin ljlilv family.- sinntualisllc tie
, -iratlotis on the mind, brain or pen of
. i ileal writer. We inu-t be content
i.i thi- 'ifeclly .iiti.-fattniy evplniia
I ne nubile debt statement for the mouth
i AuguM, Uencouraglni.'. A lednctiou of
nc.vil.rsev en million of dollars is all that
could be lccouably a-ked lor. If the
ximevatc of deciea-e could be continued
the whole debt would be c.tingui-hcd in
le - than a iitiaiter 'if a century. The
i-ntiiv debt Is now stated to be i?3.S:il.70l,
'IKI "2(1 cvehiMve of Interest all of which
however. Is subject to interest. Wcwi;
it were line, but uufoitunalcly it 1.-not
Ihat ol till- amoiiul sl,'0 T;!,0Jt! i
more than oiii'-lialf tin rcof as stated by
in-lining paper, hn ccin-cd to draw inleresl
'since maliirits." Whirh means that
that amount of our bonds ate due. provi
sion made for their icdeinption, and notico
given that they would bo paid on pvcfculn.
lion, hence they had leased to draw int
icst. The fact is that there are somethin
lei than thirteen million dollar.? In that
class of bonds outstanding. The show in
as It is, Is encouragint: cnini"!, '
lnoulrv. contained hi the following note
We know not why the Inquiry should be
made of u. a we do not tivoless to In-all
attorney, hut as it happens to be upon n
subject with which we .lie somehat fit
miliar, we will answev the Inquliies. stub
lug the law of the subject if- ll l now un
dcrstood and declared, and as. in fact, it
i been llindr iMnbli-died almost slnco the
lime whin the memory of man runneth
not to the eonlrarv. Tie-note of inqnliy
1 a.4 follows :
ItfiiMi, September Si, IH7
ittttvr llntlmvl lhh .---A discussion i e
centlv aio-e among a elide of voting men,
til inn the question whether or not a yiaity
IllSpOSlllg 111 11 OUS1IH-SS M Mil llll- m,l Ht,
anil executing, n noun not to engage in ine
business us u nval to the .puieliasev, is if
mi i- held br sue i oh L'atlon. It was
niarntabiid hy some of the dbpulii'its that
the coin Is hail licculuil unit it luinil .-xceiu-
1 u,i, '--i Mil b cmdllloiw was not Miliil,
and i -n.i -i- iiii-nt I imthlns coithl lie iccov-
I m ii lotli-itttre. Mr statins the law
mid iIciIhIhi-s 1,1-nilng ii,on this question
von will gre-itly oliligc an IxqniUKi
The Ian tquin Un- subject ii vell settled,
both in thi-i countiy and In .!reat lliltain
and thcie is no conflict of authority
anywhere, the combs of each ntnl
everv slate holdimr the same docliinc.
Contracts in reslritint nf trtvi' are looked
npoifwilh disfavor by the common law -
which has equal force with statute law, by
cvpicss legislative cuai tuienl in Hie eve
nil slates, eoniiiosins; the Lniteil Mules as
well as by the Culled States -and nil ton
tracts for thai puipo'e, ov bonds .founded
Iheieon. ave held void and cannot bo en
forced. A distinction, however, I- nude,
which is founded upon icann andtonunon
sense. A jmrtinl icstiaiut of trade, If
founded upon a sulllcienl consideration,
does not Invalidate an agn-einent. Tor ex
ample : an aL'teenicnt not to cany on a
specllled bu!ness in' n certain place, or
within tertain bound-', or. even, beyond a
limited distanii.-Is legal, bce.tu.-o an indi
vidual enteiing Into such a contract may
i,-i ehe a sulUcicnt icntuneiation tor so en
gaging, and Is not deprived of the benefit
of trade. Such a eonlrncl can be enforced
or a bond, founded thereon, can be col
lei led, but theie inti.-t be a considera
tion to siuinoit the same, which must be
proven. A contract, however, providiii;
that one of the paitics thereto Mial! not en
gage In a particular bti'-iness itn;irlrre Is
void, mid can not be enforced. Any for
lug to Milne as the fop of tho day. lie be-
line an adept In personal adornment, and
being eittv and graceful in manners, and
posseting some meanii which he dlsbutsed
with litieralilv. he soon occupied the posl
lion of Hie Ameiiciin Ilenu Uriiniinel. and
assumed thai wmthy's title with :.ll due
llkrllilv. lb: hnbnobb" 1 i',!i .ill th-gu-.d
men of hU liar who wen- mm"i I----u nil
plea-tires- and ilieie v " - n v up ' -i'-ii.
ty yem a -hn ' n . n-i - '
among lii reirn!-n and 1 1 , .i-h-uiil , "inp.iu.
Ions In the deli en h ,n,-l al Un i; lining In
blo hotneof tlie luiglitesi oiiiiiun-iils ol tin
Scnato and the House
Hut the time came when he cn-ild no
onger shine but ill Inn rowed iiliiinage, and
Hem becani" the walking hdverti-einent of
lie- I'n'hiniinble tailors and the slool pigeon
of Ihc iiiinibleiH. I.lttlo by little he went
down in the scale, and when old age began
lo ciccp upon him he was frequently di
pendent lor the nicessaues of lile upon
Ihc maid wrvant of the hotel and upon
he chatlty of -drangi'i? whom he levfrtj.
upon wilh a cull inipudinie dint wiwal
Jie.itl Ilicknuti U dead. A week ago the
poor wreck, thn victim of a wasted hie
was stticken with paralysis, on .sqnnlay
he was lemoved I.i the ln-iit i). and M-n
day inoinini! he bn-nihed hi hi I.
Ill leal name was unknown, his family
supposed to hiic been one (,t tin- v.ealtlii
cst in .M.ir.vliin-I or Virgini.i. luivlii" sent lo
him n stiimlated stun every ye-ir on condi
tion that In- should keep their sceiet. lie
never told anybody even the name ol the
place whcic In- was born, and nobody ever
knew vi licit! he lived in Washington until
one night in Loui-iatia avenue a the lurned
him into the sttcct wilh his wurdtobe In his
arms, frequently al the Washington bars,
while tippling uhtsM-s with the politicians,
he said it wa- a poor city that couldn't Mip
poil him like a gentleman, and it was his
Intention to make Washington suppoit
hiiu: and he did, even to the extent of
levying " cents from each of tin- young
bucks of tin- town, and larger sums fiom
the larger animal Tor the la-t few ye lis
id his life, having been atllicteil with in
tlainmatory rheumatism, he made no n-e
whatever of inloxlcatlng liquors.
nottnee thoact th it Hi'- llepttbllcan Mate
committee Is levvin- , uiiliibtitlons upon f
tin) l euoral olllci holder i in the state to
carry cm tho preseni eimpilgn. Tho Vir
ginia Scullncl lenins Hint ".Mosby'B men"
ill not icspond favorably to this mutest,
and 1 walling to see If their olllclal headt
will bo cut off. The administration papers
aiiuiiuncu that the I'icsldent declaicd Ihat
no government employe would be lcinoud
fur fcfusing tel contribute to a poillleal
fund, and It W'iiofnt nil llkwly ttliit'hc will
atlse the icinoval of l-'ederal olllcclioldt'rs
In Virginia or any other State, simply be
caue they decline to aid wilh their means
one p.nty ov tho other.
Vim: M.vxnoiu I'kisom-.i:. The liiitlsh
Minister In Informed the State Dcpar!-
ment that the trial of the Mnliltnb.i prKou-
r.i will take place at Kurt Unrry this
month, a special term ol the emit I having
been ordeicd for that puipose. In the
meantime the prisoners will not he i -leased
on ball. Tho Ihltlsh authorities, by deeld-
log to go ahead with the trial, assume Hint
the olTcnce wh cnnunltlcd on liiitlsh soli.
and decide, therefore, lo hasten the trial
rather than admit the pnonei to ball.
Vhey say Ihey will malic every elToit to
see I lull tnev nave goon iinini-i. i ne
Stale Depaitment did not anticipate this
result of the teeent i 'irie-potii'iene,-i-n the
u, I Jli.ll),
Sisc.i i vt: Tuvokov. (In the imiinnii; i.i
the :lst, a bo it, (ontiummr two men and
one woni in. was swept over the lull'- in
Hie Sehuvlklll river near Kissinger's bridirc
In Heading, l'n., nnd one of the men mid
the woman drowned. Their name.- me
Chailes llaimotiy, anil .Mary Heibi it. I'' c
other young man, nuniiil llolfniui c
caped by (iwlnnning. The hitler made a
st itcmenl lo the police ollleialsto tht-efl'ecl
that Harmony lowed Hie boat Inlcnthiinilly
over Hie falls, thi-ieby carrying 'ait hi
lineal that pie would not
I.vr.vvirrn:. -The oilglu.d doeimienl lm
just been discoveied among some old Hies
at the Treasury Depaitment, by which
Maiqtt'ts I)e J.-afa.v cllu made over to some
lKilliinore mi'i-ehanls hU entile pnvate for
time in l'ranco lo scenic them for a loan
Lmadc to organize troops in defense of the
Cnlted Httites The contract Is signed and
Inpart diaftcd in Lafavettc's own hand,
and bears dale .Inly 1, 1781.
!tni:B Disk k. Within the pi-t few
lay a fatal diso.He h n appetrc-l In several
of the large contractors' stable In New
Yen Is. The horse in thest ible of Mr. II i-
heni, contractor, of 10'Jlh street, were
sel.ed, and w ithin IS hours 10 out or his
stock of l!i died in agony. A number of
tses have also oceiirre.l In other table. In
the city and vicinity. 'I he dt.siu-c is a
iccie of ecrebro-splnal mcnhiglli.
!f it,Jll;!mi,1ne' 'collected, neither
UAKi: ICAS'l'i: ni.owi.i.
Wo hope for gi eat good from the "far
mer's niovcnienl," tho "pintectlvc granges"
and similar ovgaulzatlons, although we are
tempted, some times, In despair, to nsk can
any good possibly result theiefrom, So
many blunders have been made, so many
Impracticable schemes broached, such and
so many discordant ideas prevailing
thinughout the different parts of tho conn
try, and their capturo hi some places by
demagogues nnd politicians, wSflTd seem to
forebode almost certain failure, Notwith
standing these misdirected effort-, these
abortive schemes, and di-coidant views,
there is a vat possibility for good in the
movement. The undcilying principle Is
collect, and, unless the abuse U i-oirected
In some other way, must form n rallying
point mound which the people will gather
and woik out the problem. It m iy be the
work of years to bring older out of chaos,
and t-i produce harmony w hcic all is now
confii-lou. It may, too, be speedily ac
complished. 'We know- that In the past it
has taken years to work out reforms. They
have spuing up from a small seed, dropped
by the wayside, until they have ovcispre.id
and levolutionl.ed the land. Wheio the
movement lias been of this Mud, It has
been lasting and ln-ni lii i.il, and has, in the
end. ciiiiimaudcd the ct,pect and nppioval
of the whole people. We know Ihat we
luc faster now llum we did a lew years
ago, and. perhaps, reforms can be piessed
forward with a lint-house grow li. tint we
I car not,
Tln-ie have hi en icforni" as well a jnc-li-mh
1 refoi ms which have, by persUlent
niliitioii, b'-i-n foiced, al once, iuio pioiu
Inence, ovcispieml tind ciilitiolli-dthe whole
i-ouiiliy. hut the leslilt has always been
Ihat, after tliu cMitcinenl of the hour has
p.i-sc.1, they have censed to occupy the ot
lentlon of the country, and the ically bene,,
liclal ic-ults - which ought to have been
permanent -have been loM. If the ii turn
In the old ways has not been as sudden
as the change theiefioni. there has
been a gradual falling back, so t It.it a given
number of years, nfter tliu first gicat excite
inent, w ill show n retrogres-lon rather limn
progic.-s, whcic, by every known pijnelplo
governing human actlan, there should have
been nn advance j unless the advocates and
followers, led away by a temporary excite
ment, expressed views and Ideas, which
they did mil, on sober second thought, re.
ally entertain. If the fanners will move
slowly, adopl a broad, comprehensive! plat
form, they will, In the end, form a grand
party, capable of Immense good to our
country. Whether or not the Idea upon
which they originally based their move
incut can ho worked out, successfully,
through politics nnd parlies Is yet n cities
lion. It must, however, bo solved in some
"way for tho common good of the whole
country. It cannot be accomplished, as
wo have heretofore said nnd Mill think, by
class legislation or by a party formed from
those engaged In ono particular Industry.
All must and will combine, If necessary.
AVc hope, to sco theso reforms accomplished
outsldo of politics, but wo think tho move
meat, already made, will eventuate In u
gathering together, in ono patty, of nil i hat
Is good, pure and patriotic In'our poiitlrs,
Our advice Is to mako hasto slowly.
bond, given to enforce such a provision, ni
nny other promise lo pay money, or any
other valuable thing, for violation of such
an agiceincnt bo enforced, such an
agreement, e.mlract, bond, promise to
pay, etc., is, in contemplation of law, shn
oly wn-tc n:mcr. It makes no difference
what consideration may have been paid, it
is absolutely void. The reason for the dis
tinction is obvious. In the llrst cn'O the
Individuals or companies ran engage In
bu-iiiess tisew here, and the stale will not
be deprived of the results of (heir labor.
In the 'other case, so much wealth, industry-,
skilled labor, or, perhaps, the results
of a life lime of study, are taken from the
country, or icndercd ii-ele.-p. The prcc-Iso
llnil's. within which, or beyond which, n
poison has the right to contract Hud ho will
not carry cm a particular business, d6penda
upon the particular circumstances of each
one. The law will not uphold any con-
trtlel or bond that tends to the gem ml or
unrtiiiiuhfo K-stralnt of trade, and the
courts, have, therefcre, decided each ca-o
upon its particular clicunistanccs, but In
accordance with the principles stated.
IIKllSd-llll MlriU ill 31 UhMU-llllSi-llH,
Kll.l.lU) ii v l.iniiTXl.sci.
On Monday afternoon a sovcie thunder j
storm visited the city ot ISoston anil
vicinity, and with numerous fatal results, I
The thunder and lightning was not as
severe in the city ns it was In the subuib.s
and towns adjoining. The storm seemed
to have divided before it reached Huston,
w bile the thunder and lightning was heavier
both at the north and south, and reports
lepiesent Hie storm as mine violent in those
' In Maiden, the dwelling of Mr. .1. Wil
son was struck by lightning, damaging It
to the extent of sIOO. Hero the storm was
very violent, the wind blowing a fmloin
(,'ale, and the lain falling hi loricnts. At
I.ynn the storm wm the sevei est that has
visited tlial city lor niaiiy years. Several
accidents oecuncd, nnu of ivhltii proved
fatal. Aithtir D. Taylor, a paper hanger,
while papering a house lit Miiro-e, was
stiuek by the elccliii: cuiienl and Instantly
killed, lie was a native of Xonidgewock,
Maine, and w,n about !!) years of age.
Another man winking near liim iccciveda
severe shock, rendering him unconscious.
The storm visited the city of Salem with
great v lolenee. The tJllford saw mill had
its chimney shatlcicd and a lire was tliieat.
ened, the liie department was called out,
hut befbio they arrived the danger had
pabsed. At I'cabody, a little boy living in
tho part of the town known as Dublin, w as
struck by lightning and Instantly killed.
Several trees wore blown down and a llng
stall bhivercd to pieces.
Other towns were visited, and some con
slderablu damage done lor lnanv miles
A IUt.ui.ai: Ci.r.nciYMAX. Tho beautiful
lim-n nf flt-nrt.. I-CI ., I.-- o-
.inflation. A man calling him-iif
"Her. John Jloorc" visited tliu place and
proposed lo lecture on tho "Harmony of
the llible nnd Solent o." He had no creden
tials, but won ills way to public confidence
at a bound, lie went Iroin liotise to house
to sell tlekels. He would give twoleetuics
if slxtv tickets weio sold al M apiece. His
leetuies were well leeched, he boaidcd at
the parsonage and icciivcd general alien
Hon. All at once (ho village was alarmed
by a series of bold lobberiis. A silver ser
vice was sti len from ono house, a fine bar-uc-s
was taken from a stable, and property
disappeared light and left. A citl.cn
watching through his blinds saw a man
plow ling round his stable. He gave chase
nnd overtook and n nested Iter. John
Moore. "Her." was n guy. lining from
house to house to sell tickets enabled him
to get tlie lay ol the land. He called at
the hon-e i'loin which Hie silver wis stolen
the d.av of tlie roblieiy . sent (he set rant out
of the loom and examined the piemlM-s,
He pi clouded to have a headache, mid Hie
lady of one house went out to get some
thing to lelieve him. She came back sud
denly, and found thejcvcicnil gcnlleini'ii
overhauling lier closets, lie is known to
b. a jail bird, and will probably now get
hisdescits. Tin- good people of (Jieen-
with, when another clerical looking sen-
tleman come.s along and proposes lo liar
monl.e the llible with science, will prob
able demand hi-oicdentinK
Latest !iirrriil ."Votes.
l'wo hor.-e thieves were lynched
day in Itenlon county, Mo.
A whirlwind on a M-initobi pralile re
cently formed a hay-spout.
It Is suiriiesled that tlie Uovcriunent
I'linting Olllre can fnrnlh the pmtal
Theie have been three death from
cholera since Saturday at Whcelim: , W.
Virginia. ... '
loo statement Is mailt- that .ill!) mm
shops hi Portland, Me., hive United States
About :i,000,000 bilek- will be made at
I.ewiston, Mo., this season. Tlu-v sell at
s-a per 1000.
The Mormons arc lepre.-cnled ns being
execedingling di-loyal to the tieneral (iov
eminent. A man at l'awiuckot, It, 1., was killed
on Sunday bv falling head foicinost into
Ids well. ' '
The Pawnees me preparing to take
vengeance on tho Sioux for the recent mas
sacre. A young Indian at Deseit Village, in
Canada, kicked his father lo death recent
ly. Thomas Kelley of Portsmouth, X, II., is
m!-iug, nnd Is' supposed to have been
Life Insurance Company,
llrnr.iNOTov Vt . Mc-pl. I, 1870.
To On Dnei'itcs Men "f Wrnuml :
The undersigned would Invito y our at
tention to tho'follovving consldeialionl le
lallng to' tho "Vominit Life Insurance
Company t" believing Hint a.- cltixeus of
tho State, defirnu ol il- material piospeil
ty, yni vvuuld naturally feel Intel esteil hi
tho siicct-s ol nn Institution whliii, If pro
pel ly I ostered. wi iihl rt giently' chhiince
l'roni a (nioful eslinale of the amount
of Life Insurance now held by our citlciv?,
It Is believed the sum of over six bundled
thousand dollars Is annually sent from Vcr-.
moiit. In the form 'of premiums 'upon life
policies. !siie.l by companies located in
I thai a jiiiii ii'M --temnf tlriitniiyr
Willi Ii enrii he Hie ,-il of other- at the ex-
jien-,- i-l ' 'ir w n :
While we ci,ir! i,i,i Mirphl - ol butter,
ehco-o, wool, sugar, marble, etc., islt wle
to export tho pinnrfinf tho'o staples to pur
i base that vv hltii we can furnish wltiln
our slate quite as cheaply and of as gootl
quality a cm be obtained elsovv here '
Why not retain a far ns practicable the
money we imjxirt In return for our exports,
to enable us more fully to develop the re--ouiccs
of our hill nnd vallies and lo per.
m ineiilly augment our general wealth?
It Is ii" put oT tin- Intention Jof the tin
di i igno 1 1-, impair mdldence in Hie tn.
bllily au-1 i liai.ieter fur fair dealing of the
li'iding lilt ",1'ipanir of the country : nor
In cre.ite di-i nnlent In tlie minds of those
ItiildliiL' Mi'.ieies !n Iheni. Ther are irene-
rally in-vHorioti liwtitutions of gieiit prne- I JO
Ileal hetieht. li.it the question is. why
should not a h-im company, equally safe,
who-e ns-ol-. in .ttttiKifiltm t,t ..(ViV'V Is
j gteater Ihan IIiom-of any other company,
who-e (lllliei and Dlreclnrs are selected
from mining our hum prominent and mist- !
! oil citizen and whose bnlnes IntcteMs are i
i Identified wilh those ol our State, bo pa-
hlm I trniiiod to n liberal extent by iM of our
lending citizen, who believe in the wisdom I
of life lii-.niance. Who does not so behove
when at the present dsy liuuiccti-twen-
i tioths of the business men in our Lugo
towns and citie? are Insured In suni rang-1
ing from wn.OOT lo w.'IOO.OOO ?
That the Vermont Life Insinanci; Com-
p.my now nearly live years old Is establish- ,
cd on a .ubsi-autial and entirely firm lui. ,
i beyoiul all quc-Hon.
Alrci-lr. a large number of the hti-luos
men of Vermont have taken policies in the
Ycnioiit Life,'' aggicgatlng mime Al,.
:!(I0,0II() in .unoutit, and show a must com
i mendable mleie-t in it- necin. Yet the
1 undoHmie.l i peruadeil Hint the number
- would .sunn l,e iiicic.uti ten fold, If our
eltlen-, would give the matter due coii'-i-j
deration. Then, with such an -hlbil,
j showing the conlldence of Hie people. of
I Vermont in thcii' homo Conipany.the lnm
I ngein and agents of tho "Vermont Life"
! might lo.isonabty expect the mo-t gratify
, ing lxwilt from their elToits In other local
ities, mid. from roar to -year a largely In
creasing income vvyiilil. llcyyv In. lobe In
vested within our own borders.
Kven those gentlemen resident lure who
represent foreign companies, will admit
that a vigorous l.uiur company, with a
handsome fund for permanent Investment,
would be n splendid adjunct to our mate.
i While a Life policy In any sound com
j puny 1 a good tiling to have, it is quite as
! good a tiling to have ono in n home com
I j .iny As very many of our eltircns, how
ever, in.-nie in goodly sums In different
companies, would ll not be w i.-c, in view
' of the above fuels, to jdace u fair share of
such Insurance In a Vermont Institution,
i w here those connected with the manage
! inent of the Comjiauy and lt funds are
l well and favorably know n '!
As above suited no argument at this day
seems to boncodedln favor ot life insurance,
yet it may not be amiss to state ono or two
farts Illustrative ot.' Us practical results.
Tito undersigned during an active ox
jicrience of many years, has had occasion
I t.i adjust a considerable number of losses
br deaths among Ids jiolicy holders.
it ana best.
Tho stillest, fastest and easiest lockstitch, self-
Airents for tlio Ilortram B'jwlnif Machine
indue m unnuury, uunii. iiieiaiesb uuu uusi,
Thn bflllent. rnste-
settlnt?, straight nccdlo moclilnctii the market.
Hotter terms tlinn any company Aildrest,
JOHN A. POUOi:, cicncrat Aircnt, Datiburr, Vt.
STANTL'1.- All men wishing to make
T- money to send for i p.itnplilct contain
ing Instructions, Ac , which everybody should
know. J. l', Tll.Tox, I'msnrno, iu.
sroon ciioppnits waktkd to
nil f in rnrtli nt hard wnnil In Mention.
Apply to ilEo. v;-Cniri.lrt, , lit., . Merchants'
A NTH I)
Two active Hint eneruMIe
LIl'K IXsrHAM'K AiiHX'Iti
tilKOtlelt f,i- one of III" nlite.l nil, I I" -t I
in nn corSTtiv.
commission or Salary will lie i-ald n-.-im
Tin: mxr iKcnnonv in thk -.r.v-ie
eftii he secured In resiKHudblc men.
Aililre, with rererence,
gnias ami &HciUtlnc$. I
jytros. MicrvliNi, chhmicaiS
p a t y. s t m i: ji I c i s i: s .
i.MKiK srect; Jt.n' isM.r.ivr.n
N o .
I'l.sii.H SiiKKKT, HfTI.VSIi, VKIIMO.NT
1'hancis n:xx & co.
Li MtATOOA WATKHS. All kinds, by
k5 tlie bottle ur Viic, niul Star Mirlinr Water
nil iiratntui ai
KltA.NC'IS 1T.SN & CD'S.
V. CCSN A- CO'S.
aiii. in. Utii.
hi., mutiiiid, vt.
S A L K
nrst.i i,iH sure nn niitl liunrtar nrnof eoin-
hlned (inei.r "lleirliijf's l'ntenl I'liniaiiloii," hi
nern-et winklnc ni-di-r. Will ho sold fur less
limn Its real vnlne. Apple nt tin- Hatter N'n-
llriu.it l'.nni,. , ,
jjlfjltf C. It. IIOTTCM.
i,li:n-,s dysknthhy syhcp
Will chit 'nil. Tn II.
I . I K.X.N A I ll.
li-OOT. HASH, Itr.Ol'LATION
t'. IT.S'N A CO.
Vi'TYS'roYS, of all de-cilptlon, nt
I) V. KKSN A CD'S.
A L I'.
i'lie sutisi i-ih.-r Ine, a cuiiilv i-nniiriitils toiii-
nrlsliiif a iiiniiilile outllt for luaniihictuiinit
eatiilv, vvhleh he will sell for less than mie-Iialt
th" orlirliml cost. Alfe, one heavv Trucl:va
irnn, very cheiqi; anil "lie pair of Double V.orK
finn. W. t'HAW.IN, .'it.,
u Mertliutith' ltiivv.
Illltliinil. May 16. mjiSiltf.
I! SAL H.
Mvli-'iiseonllieeonii'i'iit Main anil Washing
Inn si-,-i-t with or without tlie tvrti house" Ail
ilt-shntile irnfiteii lol nn I lie soul h end
M A IS s '- I! i; r. T
i-. l- i:nn a i u s.
f. l'UNN A- lO'H.
nnd Wheelhnrrow", nt
P. ru.vx A- co's,
M o A L .
On. S. W. SMYTH,
Iltivllii; eslnblKlied himself pflMonohllj I,
Iluttnnd, ntnl fur the heitrr convenience ot lit -t
patients, he has removed his cilice tmni the
fiardivell IIoush to the
1IAXTKI1 NATIONAL HANI; llLOCi:,
where he inny be eoniultpcl dJIlv (eept Krl
days) free ot charRC.
oniee hours 9 a. ni. to 4 ,. m. , find 6 to; p u, ,
To those who ma' lie unacquainted with the
particular" of my pi act Ice, a brief explanation
might not ho unwelcome. During the whole of
my professional career, my time and attention
lias been exclusively devoted (o tlie study nnd
Investigation of diseases of the EYi:, EAK, NA
SA!, CAVITY, THItOAT, LUNCH nnd CURST,
and derangement- of tho NEHVOl'H SYSTEM.
My specially embraces the eradication of On
i'm;,!ii, Catarrh, Throat Viuavt, affections ot
(ho IVal Ornuni, .!(,ma, and all lMrvr.giea,
Jlronchlal and fulmonart Complaint I the re
moval of licafiitH, Dlwlianjc from the Kar, and
tlie treatment of all dlseasos leading to Ventral
DrWitf, or tlio lossor Impalrmcntot AVrrov aa
Myofllce Is prov lded vv Ith every practical Im
provement and advantage founded by the ad
vanced state of ineillc.il science for the relief of
human suffering. Patients coming under my
enro for treatment may expect to receive every
benefit guaranteed by science, skill and a com
To the t'vnuc, I havo to say (hat I do not
consldci It necessary at (tils tlmo to present to
your notice further testimonials ot tho success
of tho new method of treatment I advocate.
Having, durlngthc past six months, given you
statements and reports from tlio most reliable
ts-ople In this vllhige nnd vicinity, should cer
tainly give those who aro still stirfering con
tinence enough to employ r,ne who 1 so unlver
lit' Consultation free and term within tin
reach of nil.
S. W. SMYTH, M. I).
"JVKltY DAY llHINrtS
O M K T II I N Ii
x r. w
i-iiiiliiliiliiji aisail Hit choke fruit treet.
Mils. n. XV. IICNTiioN.
i-:ii,inir" f i . r. itiimoon, at
l.VNDON A HCNTOtiN's.
T'lic siihseribei' otTei'H hit- .-ate the
lllil si: AND LOT, SI COTTACIK ST!!Ki:i'.
Comer William street.
Million I. hi good repair, contains 1i rooms, isas
nnd water above antl below. Location desirable.
Cellar nlnays dry and well ventilated, nam has
aeeomiiimlailnns too two horse, or hnrso nnd
eon. uood barn cellar.
Aiiorllonot the rurnllure will be sold with
the house It dcssied.
IvvMossloii given nt tiny time,
c ii. ronitus.
initial, d, ,!iin, tl !;:. dtf
j AXiTrol: sali: at acctiox.
I will -ell. on Siliinlay, September I'.lh, ul
two iiVI-j.-!; p. in., on the premises, to tho high
est bidder, about ten nni-H of land, In lots to
suit pin eh.-isei-s. said land lies directly east or,
ami opiille to, the fair Urounil-, and iiirni-d
good building lots, Willi a view of the l'nlr
iii-miniV . and 1 known a tlio homestead ot i.
1. Jin- I will give a Warranty Deed and
Inn, filiate possession. A poittou of tho par
ch.' money can remain on mortgage or ap
pro ed utiles.
1 Wvi. M. l'llM.li.
litiiland, Aug. 89, u:i. nugttij-d.ni n
All those vvtm vvl-li rati novrlmve
liKI.IVKItF.l) AT THr.II! IIOMK",
SO0A AND SAHATOOA WATKHS,
VHT & SIIHHMAX
cr.LLiut.vTKri sii'iios dottlk,
As S)i,ikllng and a pure asttrawn fmin the
KOCNTAIN AT MY (W.NTKH.
OASTUHH LAXD IX PITTS I'OHD
X l'orsaloorrent. One hundred nnd twenty
tlvencre of Hum 1'AHTITIii: land located one and
one-iiult mile from l'lttroid X'utuiie. Ailtlress
or call on J-:. v. lini'lICOl'K, umler Nnllonnt
liaiikof liuilaiitl, Kalliiuil. vi. Mnyltt
jIo.x'etaiiy. Last week closed on u very
quiet monoy market, Them was no In
creased demand, or money offered moro
frcelyi but a steady business went on be
tvvcen borrow ers and lenders, the noto deal
crs going between to facilitate operations,
In such n state of' tho market rales must
rcinalit'uuclinugcil Only a limited amount
now falllng due, uny excessive, amount
would enhance, tho rates, but tho banks
will bo prepared to supply more In Septem
bcr "nml October, m tho calculations were
mado for nn ncllyo demnpd at that tlmo.
.Lu'.vxnsr, SiniKX-rs OntinuKii Hon::.
IIIuo Moto writes to the London 7YiMtliat
all ynting men sent out by the .Japanese
government thii'Ughotit.Huixjiw and Auier
lea with a view of njiplyins thein.-olvos to
tho study of different branches of science
have been ordered home. The students al
present number lji)().
The government chained ibc n-ident
mlnistcis to iiiakii a choice uniony; Hie -Indents,
icipilrins tho mostdwurviiiol' Iheni
to be pointed out and tliu remainder to be
sent back lo .lajian. The mlni-lcr., how
ever, jiroferred to send' all back ajrain, ml.
vising the jrovcrmncnl lo silbiuit them to
mi o.xaiulnaUoti, tiller which those who it
would h ive to relurn to .Kuiope -hotild be
Tho lea.-oii given for Ihc recall i- thai
ujion their teliirn from Kurope and Amer
ica they were nimble to bcir a satl-l'iiclory
examination In the studios they weio jiur
suing. The luiluro Is uttilbutcit lo nut un
derstanding the language of tho country In
which Ihey studied. Tho government act
ing ujion thl. resolved not to sent any
mom students abroad until such lime us
they have had three or four years Intruc
Hon In homo colleger.
.lohti II. l'l.ollis of Oi'foiil bad tvvenle
seven sliii'ii killed Mnnd iy by ono ll isi of Although in ncaily every instance, when
lightning. (Im deceased party insured, ho considered
The rumor that tho newly elected .Mexl- ,imelf in independent cirt-uiu-tauces and
ml'H-i. some casus .piitc wealthy, yet nt tho
It is stated that them have been thlilv llmc ,vll0n lU'"" ,'',I'"1- " '' W
dealhsfrom cholera at Millcrsburg. Ky., I Instance, (the uxoopllons being In a prnjinr.
since l.ii Thursday. ' ! Hon of one to eight,) tlio money paid ujion
The latest excitement In Xew Yolk ll- j tlio life poller was absolutely nicdod, and
nancial circles is concerning nn attempt to ! it nj0c juovintcd Immediate d'tslic-s. One
jilaco forged radioad bonds on the lii.n kct. i , , , . , ,
i-i. .. i i. .i... . . nn . r , her fact: there Is alvvavs iiot ii
Ld ward Palteivon, 50 years of age, 1 , . . ' .
wauled at Xew York to account for fi. the soltlcment of an est He. All ordinary
000 vvhleh dlsajipearcd when he did. Inrcetments that a man makes aie belter
A. Xovvlleld of Xew York ha sued II. if he lives lo carry out his plans, than If
Coojierman for railing him a gambler, and ho docs not. Let him make ono Investment
laid tho damages at ',,,000. ,ut w, ,,,.,,,, v.llm, ()f ,,,, t
X-ltaK i hU ai,a,,lms ,,rullT 1
their Stale Convention, menta as leady money Is the Juvt thing
The Missouri Italians will petition Con- j moiled in the feltlcment of an estate, and
gross for the siipjiie.ssion of the tralllc in 1 in Its nbsonce great saerillce aro fro(tiently
Italian children by the judronc. , mnde.
The fuilon of Iho Freneli Hoyali-t jmrtle , The undersigned will bo hapjiy to give
is legarded as having been actually m-eoni- H11V f,nmtion he may pobtcss ujion the
KKnU&i?,,,B "r ,"" rk'anStK.bjeetof life insurance, and especially
William Knlabtlv. an Insane man. killed i l,'"m l!iu condition and claims of tho Vcr-
hi- sister and nephew, then set lire, lo the , mont lite Insurance company, to any or all
ACADHMY. HAlilti:. YKIt-
Aj MONT. J. S. Sr.vci.DiNn, LL. D Principal,
A. II. Kim bill, A. 11., Assistant Principal.
It 1 the design or the Instructors to tili'iilsh
young men nnd ladles the most ample nmt
ihoiough cultiue In preparation for college or
buslnes-i. The philosophical nnd chemical ni
Jiaralus Is extensive and fieely used. Hoard,
lui'luillug room, washlngand Ironing, from J.i.i n
lofi.no per wool:. Call terni begins Aug. vllsl,
1st:i. for ca'aloguo Ac, apply to I'rlnolr al.
i: DUCATIOXA L
Call and cxamlno ni
11 M HH C II A XT S ' HOW'
' Hates'- Itlui-k.
ALHKIt'l' W. IIKU1IXS.
may nn r
JHM .MW AMr.llICAN ASH COl IIK.l'O
P H I X T S .
10lo. 10U-. 101c. lO'.c
W YAlllls, 4-4 STIilt'Kll AND 10J,KA DOT
C A 51 11 11 I 0 S.
15 cents reduced from so cent.
1100 LINEN SUITS, H'tltTE St'IT.s,
In Muslin and Victoria Lawn, w to iium.
iivht .f sui:!.Lx
Offer the most elegant variety r tint,
II L A C K O O O 1) S
In New England, nt extremolv low pi lee
Of all kind, reduced to-day.
I'AIiASOLS, LADIES' AND C'lUDllES'.,
Opened new lo-day, very hanilnme and elie.m
HCItT'S XKW YOHIC SHOKS.
Thl shoe I woiu very exleiiMvely In Ni-
York City, and Is tho best, cheapest and hand
somest shoe In America.
IIUIIT A" SHEHMAN.
Offer the largest an t best variety ot Dry flood-,
mm nave lliu oesi hkiiicu uihi KirKfsi
ales-room In Vermont.
IllIHT . Slil'.UMAX.
liutlanil, July 1, is;:. my idly
The fall Telia of this School will commence
Tt'ESDAY, SEl'TEMllEll ir.ni, is;a,
under the tuition ot Its former teacher,
MISS LIZZIH I-'. MKHHILL,
with coiapeteiil Assistants.
Iiistiuetlon Is otTeretl In Common and Higher
I'.ngllsh liraiiches, Mathematics, rionch, Ijitln
tlood board In irlvate families at reasonable
Persons desli Ing to patronise this school can
obtain finther Information by addressing .1
W'll.DEi:, West Unpen, Vt.
Delercneo Uhadlo former pations nnd the
following gi'iitlenien who havu attended exam,
bi.itlons ot this school: .tudali Dana, A. M.,
Principal nf Itutlnnd High Srlinol; Hon. Henri
cl.uk, Membei-of tho Itutlaud Hoard ot Jjliica
Iton; liev. D. llaytlen. West import. Vermont;
Dr. VV. It. Mavnard. Salem, New Yoik.
The net Term will commence on the dlh of
IKI.hlllt.VI'llV t-1 1 1.1. I.Vt'OIH.
Thl-old nnd well known I list It tit Ion I still
In successful operation, with a full corrsi ot
teachers, forprep.uliig jiiiingmeu Tor college,
or for busbies, nnd orfcrtng uuitsu.it faellllle
lu Music, French, Drawing nnd I'alntlm.', and
other iieeoiiipll-hiiienl to yrituig Indie.
p i: i; a ii o r s k .
lint two si, hits oni.v.
will be exhibited at the
O I'M HA IKil'Si:. KUTLAXn,
slll'l KMIlElt stii AM" situ. 1-T3.
..On .Monday evening wilt be presented
A I! C T I C It K (i I O X S .
On Tuesday Evening,
SCHXKS IX Hl'HOPi:'.
.Mr. lilnck has liicomparably the
I.AHIIEST COLLECTION OF VIl'.Ws,
taken Hum nature, lu the t'ldled States. Ills
npparatusl ihe most complete and extensive
ever luported ; .and the scenes is feet square
are most brilliantly Illuminated by menus of
a new chemical light tho mast powerful arti
ficial light aiallablo tor this puipose, known to
science, 'Ihe view will be described and ex
plain. d by
hixc. coons, sphixh noons
KINSMAN .V HO1-
Scats secured without
Pi:s.ShYi.VANl.v. Tho editor of the llni
rlsbuig VittrM risks Inoafccratlon by 1W
Hcilhig that Unco millions of dollars have
been stolen from tho Pennsylvania Trea
sury slnco 1BCU, and that nut less than Ivvp
nillllnns of this money was liaeed by tho
Hon. John IL Orvlsto William II. Kern
ble, c.x-stato trcnsuicr, Iho jiatrnnof Hvans,
nnd chief jirofessor of Addition, Division,
and .Silence. Tho Patriot says that If
Prank 37 Hiilchlnson is elected state trca
Biuei', a thorough Invosdignllou of tho past
and present .condition of Pennsylvania
flnnnccs can bo made, 'fhls mIcht,bo, but
tho Addition, Division, mid Silence which
defeated IJiiclalcvv nnd saved tho Kcinblo
ring last November can defeat Hutchinson
hoiisu and committed suicide ut Ivnlglilly'
Station, JIo., on Saturday.
(Jeoigo C. cJorhaiu of CallforLla, cleik of
1'. S. Senate.sccms to have the hiilde track
for Senator Casscrly's icat though theie
will be n bitter contest,
A woman named 3tary Lee, who lias
been wandering in her mind tin the subject
of religion, has mysteriously vvaudetcd
fiom homo, alter lo.iylng net
where they c ould bo cared for.
A woman at Greenville,
neighbor Satttidav cvenlm!
knlle and an n, and bursting oticn the
door, was met by one of tho family, who,
llring ut her twice fiom a lovolver, klllisl
Sim "Wouldn't Si:li.. A man stopped a
Xorlh C'aiollna woman who wn diivlng
her family through tlio streets, en route
West, r.nd tiled to buy her, "rig," get ling
thlsrejilv: "Stranger, yo'er ov u vva.stin'
ov ycr breath talkln' to mo about hollln'
tlial erector. He's too noble a aiihull, and
ho comes down from alicestcrs datln' back
to ther time what I can't remember. Money
can't buy that them donkey, and ycr might
as well (jult thatlern' ycr mouth about
triullu'j beside.,. i lien I smokes I smokes,
nnd when 1 trades I trades, and 1 ain't In n
bit of tradln' humor Jlstnow. So, ttrangiTi
ycr might us well closuu yenlly-trup.
Dis.VProiNTKii. Jlonday of last week
David Tiickcr, nf Hrlstol, and ' Xabblo
Howe, of Timbrldgu aged respectively 83
uud 08 ycais, went to Chelsea, and called
on Jailer Ilcrrlclc, to get united in tlio
bonds of matrimony. The Elder called for
their ce'rtlllrnte. but alas, that necessary
-document had been forgotten. 31r, Tuo
dicrwentto Ttinbrldge, 311x8 llovvo's na
tive jdacv, but tailed b procuic the de
sired rumor. Tho next morning he' wrote
to llhstol, mid anxiously awaited tho rc.
turn mall. Xo answer came, and after
waiting t.111 Suhday tho disappointed lovers
returned tta Tuiibrlilgu In despair, their
only consolation being that ns thov are
young tipy can afford to wait.
who may be deslious of such Information.
Persons desiring to ncttw agents w 111 jileaso 1
nddicss tho under-Igiiqd staling their age,
cxjierlenco, Ac, witli reference. Very
r,-pectftilly, W. 1. (Jii.iiKKr,
(ien'l. Agl. Vermont Life In-. Co.
STATE XOH3IAL SCHOOL.
t leeTultliiulsorrered lo all who graduate,
and n thorough courso In branches reiiulred by
iho State, together with theory and iiriirtleo of
leaching. Iir.v. It. il. WILLIAMS,
fit It AXI) llUin'OX SKMIXAI1Y.
Fall Teim beslus Atigmt 20th. Excellent
nppniiiiultle.i fin- young men preparing for
College, siipeiler Instruction In Mu-le nnd tho
ornamentals. Terms reasonable. Send for a
country tho plluhir form ot athnlnStratlon tins I Cntalogui-nnd clieiilnr.
been growing hi favor since pill viernllrsli 11 II. SHAW frinclpal.
lunch) of Aloes and ltliubail), rolled Into a bill, i Main-hesUr, VI., .Inly 11, IS"X July'lswilw
Their high lwsltlon lu Iho public oonllilelieu has -
llnully been Heeuied ami fastened Into perina- ATOltWICH CXIVI'.liSITY.
hcncy by Avers Calhai tic I'llUiho most, skill- l " " " 1 1 1
fill comblnallnn or medicine (or the diseases , , mhi-i-viiv coill'OF
tlu-y aie Intended to cure, I mil .science can do-! v mini Mil tiu.i.i.ur.,
Msoovort protlui.'C. Those wanting pill-, tip EsTAlll.IMIEI) IN isai.
iiiiik' i iit-suaie w uai pin io inue uui use '
I'Liui itivk I'li.i, have beinnie n si-iin-tl n,-.
V alttablo-s cesslty with Hie American jn-iiple. Indeed,
; cathartics nlwny s have been and aluavsuiusi
1 1... ,,v,..l I., trt r...... I... ..ll ...i . i.. ,.
t '- ,., rrt.'.V t'J .... Ill.lll,.,,,!,, ' III ,II,S
. t., visum n
iirmcd with a I
Ay it's 1111.
Tho lh-yunl nnd stratum Troy Ilu-lnoss Col
lege ileslu-s tn obtain tlio linmes of young men
who mnde nltend school tho coming season.
Persons who will send lithe nnjiios of twenty
young men will iciTlve, post-paid, h.indsomu
spi'clmen-iof plain and ornamental pi-nmnn-slilp.
Has n I'l-enai-aliin Ik-iiarliiient. thorouch clas-
sleul, selentltie nnd iiillllnry Instruetlou, good
I discipline. No students under 14 jean) of nge,
I ndiiillted. Send forcliculnr. Ailtlress,
I'ltOF. CHAllt.ES DOLE,
' NOillilleld, VI.
Next term begins Aug. 2slh.
Itcferences--Hon. S. M, Dorr, Charles Clement,
(len, ll II, ltlpley, Ittitlaml. Jj'IVdini ,
DENNISON'S PATENT SIIIPPINO TAI1S.
over 200 millions hnvobceu used within the ,
iiasl ten years, without complaint of loss by tag I
bceoialug ileliiehi'd. All i.vprosi Companies
iio them. Sold by Pi'lntcrs aiiit Stationers
III.OIH'. 1'Al'Elt CO. JUTLAND, j
June'iSdSwtf Wholcsalo Agents. .
ITMUIIT OH TIIX HOAHDKltS CAN
U Hud good ncemnmoilatlons at No. 14 Pino
D1SSOLCTIOX XO'VICH. -Tho co
partnership ut Parker, llllsoii fc Downy,
Is lids day dissolved by muliinl consent. Tlie
business will bo continued under the lit m nnmo
ot llllsoii & Dovvey, they assuming nil tlio In
ileblodnosH of tho latu Urm, ui.d to vvhomnU
lines must bo paid.
1!. 1'. HILSON.
West Jtutland, Sept, 1, ism. BldlwsvvSt
BOOK HINDIXG. Wo aro now ready
to receive orders for all kinds of work.
OLOlli; J'AI'Elt CO,
rpilH PALL TKHM OP TIIK 111)11
L .IXtlTON, VT SCHOOL
lor young ladies, will open on
WEDNESDAY, SElTEMIIEIt lolh.
A limited number of boarders taken Into tho
1'rlnclii.d's fiimliy for tho year.
For terms npply to the l'rlnclpal.
Deferences President Angell, Ann Arbor,
Mleli.i Prof. M.l'etly, Jlurlliiglon, vt. i Jlev.J.
II. Worcester, D. 1., litirllngtoti, Vt.tchlet;
.1 ust too I'leriwlnt, vtrgentie, vt, ; lion. II, A.
Hurl, Swanton, vt.
fJiWKXTY DOLLAltS HHWAHD
Will In) paid fojtho'
Din'ECTION, AJHIEBT AND CONVICTION
of tho person o.' persons who, wantonly and
mauciousiy-, mui'.inieu inn Htono erected to the
memory of my.chlld In )ho cathollo cemetery
-i. .... -,
Admission, fO cents,
'Ihe prices of admission lor Monday have
been reduced for tho benefit ot the Public
schools. All scholars In tho Oraded Schoolsnf
tho vitiligo of ItiitLind may attend on Mondny
evenltig, at tho reduced rato ot 25 cents. Tho
sale of lickots (or Monday commences nt Meek.
it's on Thursday senldtd
P K 1! A 11 O U S P. ,
FOlt TWO NIOIITS ONLY,
FltlDAY AXI) SATITHDAY,
SElTEMIIEIt Til vsn Clin.
iiKwttx of run r.iynniTKs.
SKXSATIOX CO.MKDY TltOUPP..
IIVIIS'IIICKNT CXIinnM BAND.
jn this place.
PArHKL CftONAX, '
Sl-ITBB OKCIII STIIl,
O I X 1) H H I L L A .
Ol! THE LITTLE (1LASS hUl'I'EIt.
Auxts Waijvck ns l'rlnco 1'arpettl.
Sam 11. Villa, as Clarlnda.
A part lu which ho has nn rtvnl.
TO CONCLUDE WITH A
V O 1' f L A It P A H OH,
la vv hleh the great Comedian, Harry J'. Wilson,
will appear. Saturday afternoon,
(ltt,N! MATINEE " CJNDEItJLLA, "
Or tlio Little aiass sllpiwr.
Prices reduced as cents to all parts of (ho
house, Saturday evening, Great Bill.
Doors open atl:is. Commence at 8 o'clock.
Admission, 7ft, to and 95 cents.
Deserved seal for vale at J, U. Meckel i,
Wish to say to tho public Ihat they have now
open for Inspection tlie best line or spi-n,
(foods they ever offered.
COTTONS, PHI NTS
HOSIERY, OI.OVES ,r
An elegant line of
;-ilk;and wool poplin.
ntlTTEIHCK'S CELEIII'ATED l'XTTEIIN's
Cal and examine our new line of snod
KINSMAN ,t KOSS,
my Idly No. 3 .Merehants' Itow, Itutlnnd
Wholesale and Detail Denlers In
FOR EI ON AND DOMESTIC
FANCY O.OODS NOTIONS AC,
Merchants,' Itow, Itutlaud, Vermont.
We Invito especial attention of all , person
visiting llutland, or liersijns In pursuit of the
best place to buy goods in our line to our stock,
which embraces the principal staples of the
To keep constantly In stock, specialties In
every department worthy of tho ntientlon of all
IK-rsons In pursuit of Dry Hoods.
1 fiur uiu-1.- u hpieeted with event care and
marked at prices to fully correspond with the
We have now on hnnd specialties In
DOMESTIC DltY OOODS
fiLOVES, IJOS1KUY, COI1SETS,
And In fact wo havo 'bargains ' h every ilepari
KID OLOVES, .-. lio, l.i, l.tm, 1.-5.
O. A. PAHICHUHST, CO.
Rutland, Auguat o, HT3. mayidtf