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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER T.0, 1873.
TKnMS IK AtlVANCE.
JiuLVrer month .
Rv mar-Three months..
Address OLODTJ rArF.n CO., Itutlnnd,
The jjovcrnniont hns adopted another
xtcDSurc of financial relief -pothaps proper
because customary. On ami after to-day
ttiey will commence the payment of Interest
n United Htntes bonds, due on the first
'ny of November, wllh n ichatc of
interest at the rate of six per cent, per
tinuuin. That Is tn say.nu anil nfler to-day
ihey will discount their promises to pay
.Interest on ttio llrst day of November, at
ihat rate of Interest.
S. telegram states that on Snltiril.n, the
..nicer'; of the various bank", In New Yolk
. It, continued "to express preat con
ildence" In the strength of their situation
,inil of their "ability to come through safe
Is " Well they may feel eonildont, mi
loin; ns they only pay when, how and as
tl.ey please. Any pci son's pecuniary "sit
uation" l Mriing, when liN debtors will
lake his mile hi'lcnd of his money, and
daienot n,iiostlon the Irnnsactinn, and, If
'line cnhimh I? given, he always 'cvpics-os
lent confidence" of his "al)lllt to come
h hn, heietnfoic, heen nnnouneed, ex
i'hisvely in our columns, that Professor
seelcv.irt' Mldillclmry college, would de
.ircrthls v Inter, u course of lecture? on
uinUtieal chemistry In liitllnnd, coin,
.nenelnir about the llr-l of January. Mine
properly pe.ikhijt, lluie will he a class
whom the Professor will Instinct in chcni.
'try by mollis of lictuix. lcsons, export
inent", cK, It a happv thoiichl on
In- p.nl nf its Iwh pifijeclois Mcssis.
HiLKiiw !iml l.ewi-" anil miM result in an
imuieiliiili' hem lit to all cn!fng,fd in the pur--uitot
a know ledj;r uf the exact sciences,
, also, dd greatly to Ihe ple.i'lire, profit
mid Instruction ol Ihe winter. They Know
ton well whatwelhlnK of the ptojict to
.marine, for n moment. Unit we haveany
aleu of thinuhn; ridicule thereon, when we
evptcss the wish that It could have bun so
nrriingod a" to have had Ihe first lecture,
lcfKun. la-t evening or this evening, so
that the JferuM'n leader might Imp heen
unahved. and It scionllficnUy determined
what "the speck of elemental '.nils'' w as or
inljlht, possibly, lip.
Certain iiow.snpcrs are ciulcnvoiing to
make it appear that the decision of a
Brooklyn court, in a "bleach of promise
case," is new law and bordcis on the il
dlculous. One paper, for fear that its wit
may not lie teadily appreciated, explain
that It "alluded, In a somewhat humorous
manner, to the unpleasant dilemma," etc..
hut that it now tlnds that il 1? serious.
Thankful for being told thai Ihe aiticle
was humorous for we should never have
thought there was any wit in It what It
the gist of the decision? It simply de
clares what has been understood to be law
for years, and so decided by our own Su
preme Court years ago, and which w ill be
found in the ofllclal published reports nf
their decisions. The purport of the case
Is that marriage Is a civil contract, and that
for the breach of a contract, proini-o or
agreement to'marry, pecuniary damages
may he recovered in a court of law ; that
such a contract, like any other contract,
may bo express or implied ; and that it, in
the absence of the ability to prove an ex
picss promise, may lie proved by circtim
utances. Is there anything new or ridicu
lous about tills ? What chance would an
upright, honest person stand against a
rogue, If an express promise was lermiicd
to be proved in every case. One g;es into
n store, orders n barrel of (lour, lias it sent
home, but does not promise to pay for it,
cannot a promise to pay bo implied from
the circumstances, and lis value recovered?
So in promises to many, it is very rarely
that an express promise can be proved; it
must he Implied from ciicumstances.
Everyone ought to understand this, espe
cially editors who pretend to hap studied
or practiced law.
. si'i:.vsn. op iMi.vn.vi'.
If we arc not misinformed - we have not
the. law at hand to refer to--when a na
tional bank suspends payment, II foifeits
its privilege to continue lmlnc., miM
close up and commence anew If at all.
If wc are correct In this supposition, are
not all the national banks in New York in
this situation, and is It not the duly of Ihe
comptroller of currency tn move against
them'r A check is piesented.drnwii against
iundsoii deposit, which will be paid or not
according lo circumstances. If It is for a
huge amount, it ! "ccilllied," or a cerlifl
.atc of dcpo-il given In its stead : 11 for a
small amount, it will be paid, weMni the
currency Is to be p.iid out in Hie city ; if
the holder nf the cheek desire.- I.. trawl
and u.-e his money el-ewheie, he may
whl'lle for his currency . If ttiK I- not
Mi)iendlng payment and i.r Ihe worst
kind, loo we know not what the term
ineani. Let us bring il home to our-elves.
Some of in, by labor and saving, have n
few bundled dollars ahead, which, from
time to time, ne han deposited In :i haul;
for ifc keeping. We have not placed it
in n savings bank, bccaue the inteicst, for
Ihe short time we Intended lo let il lenialu
Idle, would not amount to anything, and
because wc are icsenlng It for n particular
purpose. Our money has accumulated, let
us say, until it amounts ton thousand dol
lars. It is all In the bank and it is our
money, not the bank's, and It, or lis oil!
cers, have no moral or legal light to die
tato to us wher. or how we shall use it.
The time comes when we want oUr money.
We may desire to travel, or buy a farm, an
invoice of books, blooded cattle or fancy
horses, or, perchance, tn loan It to somo
one In Iowa. That Is our business and the
business of no other person. We go to the
hank, pi ejent our check, and nsk for our
money. Instead of tho money, we nie met
with tho inquiry, what are you going to do
with It ? If wc tell them, as every person
with a spark of manhood In his composi
tion ought to, "none of your business," wo
are sardonically informed that we can't
have tho money. Has a bank that system,
utioally pursues this course suspended or
not ? How long would tho customers of
our Vermont banks allow them to do busi
ness, if they wero treated iu this way f Wo
take it, that if there was any law and jus.
tlco in tho lard they would ho put In liqui
dation within sixty days. Yet New York
city national banks nro pursuing this
course, and, at the same tlmo, boasting of
their solvency and of the assumed fact that
the panic has not compelled them to sus
pend. Every bank that refuses to pay n
check, drawn against funda nctually de
posited, no matter fot what real or pre
tended reason, by that very refusal sus
pends payment, both In the lettci and
spirit of the law, and we trust that If these
city banks continue to refuse prompt pay
ment of tho drafts of country banks for
money, to be used without the city, some
measures will be taken to bring them to
rii i: iiai'tist c'uum.'ii.
To-day, the new and beautiful llaptlst
church, on Center street, will be dedicated
10 the service and worship of Almighty
fiod. It Is, too, the semi-centennial nunl
veisary year and almost the anniversary
day of the church. We wish that the ded
Icatlnn could have been appointed for
Tuesday, tho Wth of November so that
their church building could have been (led
dicatcd and set apart fiom worldly uses,
on the day that, fifty years befoie, Its then
small number had assembled and, In ac
cordance w lib the rules and usages of Ihe
denomination, organised themselves Into,
and were lecognlcd a, a church of ClnKt.
11 was howeyr ordered otherwise, but
Ihe ol.M iaii(e nl eacl anniversaries
wlieie they can be established beyond (pies
lion neiy not have Ihe peculiar force, ini
pin timer and beauty to other- which com
mend tin in .o much lo il". l'.i-.-Ing by the
matter of a few days, or wccKs it may not
be unlnteie-llng or unprofitable lo bilelly
refer to, and iccoiinl, the history of the
church, and Ibis we do although we have,
heretofore, on dlllerent occnloin--and In
a dilfeienl capacity detailed these facts
somewhat at length. Notwithstanding
tills, it seems lo us a proper day, hour and
connection, in whldi, once mole, lo lccall
Ihe past and present - a lifly years may
be bioiiht Into a single day. licfnic
speaking ol the cluiich In Itullaml, It may
be will lo glance, hi icily, at the denoniinii
linn ill Yeimnnl. A school boy upon be
Ingiisked where the HiM while settlement
wa- Hindi' In Vermont, would promptly
answer al Idiniinerstown, although It was
mtually made on Klein Mnlle, while the
ical, substantial, ennllnulng settlement of
Ihe stale coninieiued In the .southwestern
pari uf Veimonl, hi what 1, now known ns
llcnnltigU.u lomity. It used tn be related
that cM'ty family of Immigrants, coming
into Ihe state, was met by a committee
with an enquiry In refeience to tin ir de
nominational proclivities, and upon being
n'ked what business of theirs it was, re
sponded in substance : If you me llaptlsts,
go to Miaflsbury; If t'ongrcgatlonallsts,
to I'.ennlngton ; if Episcopalians, to Ar
lington ; and If you have no religion nt all,
go to l'ownal. The anecdote s, doubtless,
apochrvphal, lint il expiesses Ihe true Idea
of tho then condition of the settlements In
Kliaflsbury was the mother ot the llap
tlst church in Vermont. line was found
ed in 1709 the paient church iu tho state,
the fourth chinch of any denomination
in Vermont and the second west of the
Oreen Mountains. Here, too, was foimed
iu the ham nf Thomas Mattison, Ihe (list
association of that denomination. In our
commonwealth, being the third in New
England and the seyenlh In the United
States. "The Shsftsbiiry Baptist Associa
tion" was oigaiiied on the lllbdayof
.lune, 1781, the churches composing It,
howeer, with the exception of two in
Slialtsbnry -the second in that town, or
in the state, being formed in 1780 were
In Massachusetts and New Ynik. Here
lotus correct an eiror into which an early
Vermont Haplist historian lias fallen. In
speaking of these early chinches, he says
their nicmbeis were called at that day
"Separatists ;" while, in fact the Congre
gational church in Iiennington was estab
lished by "Separatists," who came at one
time tn be known as "Strict Congrega
tlonallsts :" and it was, in fact, almost
solely owing to this separation or division,
that that pari of Vermont was settled al so
early n day, and Ihe Connregallnnal church
tlieie established. Il is doubtless true that
many of thc"SeparatlstH"nftorw arils became
Baptist, established churches etc., and it
may logically follow thciefrnin, that they
formed the lust llaptlst church in Ver
mont, hut In no sense of the word is it
true that the "Separatists" were Baptists.
But lo proceed. Soon after the dale first
mentioned, a lunch was established in
Guilford and others at different places. In
the early history ol the denomination,
there Is a noticeable contrast between those
days and Ihe present in tho multiplication
of chinches Iu the same town. Eor exam
ple i In twenty years Shaft-biuy had four
distinct ohurchs ; Ouillord established the
same number in nliout the same time ; and
l'ownal, nl first the place of "no icli
glon," established two at an early day. As
early, ccilainly, as 17HI5- we know not
how much earlier tlicre was a chiucli In
Wnllliigfnrd.nf which "Elder Hcniy fiicen
was the (list settled minister," mill which,
at the dale mentioned, had a membership
of foity.fnur. Poiiltucy, nNo, preceded
Iiull.mil lull rgaul.atlon of u continu
ing chinch, Hev, flails Kendrick being or
dained there hi 180i, while Mlddlelown
contests the piioiily. in Hull.ind county,
Willi Wnllingfoiil, bin big a (lunch there
established nseaily as 1781. In 17M.1 the
"Veinionl Association" was foimed iu
tin- him of Elder .foepli Cornell, In
Manchester, and to this association the
cluiich heie belonged tint il lis dlsbandment
union or merge iu lWw. In the , car last
mentioned IN.Vi- Ihe two associations.--the
Veimimt and Shaflsbmy united and
merged Into one, calling themselves the
"Vermont and Shaflsbury Association."
This association Is composed only of
chinches, we believe, In Rutland and Iten
nlngton counties, and Is not to be con
founded with tho "Vermont llaptlst Stale
Convention" which assembles heie to-mor-low,
and which icpresents nil the churches
or associations In (he state. Our review
of thn blstoiy of the chinch has been,
necessarily, hasty, cursory and brief, and
wns only designed to Illustrate, Imperfect,
ly pei haps, the situation of the church here
with olherchurcliesot tho state.
At howeaily n dato poisons of thin de
nomination settled in Rutland wo know' of
no means, at present, of ascertaining, and
It may never bo known. In 1787, a law
was enacted compelling every Inhabitant
In the town or parish "to bo of, mid to sup
port the leading denomination j or to show
that they were of different views and sup
ported tho gospel elsewhere," At this date,
and for years before and after, notwith
standing the disclaimers of our fathers, tho
alleged reason of ,tha settlement at Ply
mouth, and tho provisions nf our state and
national constitutions, church and state
were practically united. Tho only differ
ence was that oue form of worsjilp or be-
THE HUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. TUESDAY MOKNINrJ. kmptibmkmh. "m ihth
iici was ino "cMab shed Chun h" n one
town, while a neighboring town might es
tablish nnothcr, Ecry tax payer was
bound to pay his duo 'propoitlou toward
the preaching of the gospel, whether lie
listened to It or not, whether It was Inter
preted in accordance with his belief or not,
or whether his sympathies .and alllllatlons
wcie with the frw?ir denomination or funic
other, unless he could proe that ho did
not believe with the majority and, also,
helped suppoit some clergyman who
preached the gospel as the Individual tin.
ilcrstood It, and ministered as he thought
proper. A man M ilrm religious conVlc
tlons and decided denominational piocllvl
ties was compelled to tippnrt a minister
who. Sunday after Sunday, deciled his
honest convictions, suid held up forildlcule
his form of religious worship and liilgloiis
lews for, although this U all changed
now, and a broad spii II of chiistlau chari
ty and fellowship penades nil denomina
tional pnlpils In tlio-e days, decrials and
attempts at ildlciile formed ton much the
staple of ordinary pulpit elloiK jfwe
examine the lecords of the town of Hut
land and wc picsiune the .same would be
true of the lecords of ecry town In Ihe
slate, which dale luck tutu (lie last i en
tury we lind illselalmeis, signed by Indi
viduals declaring that their leliglous con
iclions are not in accord willi those of the
innjoiity, accompanied by ccillllcalc- that
tlic IniUldual I.' n member of a church in
some other place, and contributes lo llie
support nf the iiiiulsti-,i Iheie. Wc find in
these recoiil- llml individuals, of xniioie
denominations settled .lieiv. and tiled thejr
proof, nl an eaily day, but cannot loll how
long the; euiliiie.l tills nnti-icpubllean bul
lion, walling, iu patience, lor a change.
The llrst notices that we llml of organiza
tion nn the pait ol Ihe Itapli-ls me frag
mentary and, in pail, liadllional : but, in
this connection, they deseive a palng no
tice. Iu tsOI. il would seem thai tlieie
was a ehunb at Center Rutland, but when
oiganlzed, or how lunar It continued no man
can tell. Il had no cluiich building and, I
we believe, but one tegular pastor- a Rev. I
-Mr lliiilbiit, who icsinid iu tsthi. Their
organization wa,. however, continued for '
several years. piv,iehcr lieing obtained
whcncwT and however they could Ik', In I
noting the fact ol this commencement at
C( liter ltiilbind. It m-n iu- mcntioniil, as a '
lemalkable cotuoiilcnoo Unit all of our '
present leligious denominations, except the
Advent, wcie originally established at that
place or, rather, thai Ihe llrst churches or
organizations of all these denominations, In
Rutland, weie there located and thai, so
tar as theie is any ptesent connection there
with, aie extinct.
Wc come now to the ptcscut Il.iptist
church, whoso semi. centennial annlveisaiy
will occur next month, and whose new
church, on Center sheet, is to he dedicated
to-day. Our icview of the history will be,
necessarily, brief and cursory, because we
-the writer have, heretofore, given it lo
the public in a peimanent form, and be
cause it probably w ill -as it most certainly
ought to- -be rehearsed In all lis minute de
tails as n pai l of the exeecises of Hie day.
The genu of the church maybe said lo have
existed, and, pcihaps, commenced to
sprout, ns eaily as 1S1B, when n seiies of
"prayer and conference meetings" were in
stituted nt what wns then called "Mill Vil
lage," some mile and a half noith of the
court house, and lnwb.it is now known as
the "Pooler distiict." Iu 182!1, the seed
had borne such abundant fruit, thai fifteen
persons-eight males and seven females
organized themselves into a chinch by Ihe
adoption of ' Articles of Faith" ami a
"Covenant" and, further, by the choice of
two of their number ns olMecis Daniel
Ford, moderator, and Adonijab Ford, clerk.
On the SSth day nf November- fifty years
ago next mouth n "council of iccognl
tion." as It is called, composed of delegates
from l'oullney, lluhbnrdton Brandon,
Whiting, I'illsford, Ira. East Clarendon
and Mlddlelown. assembled in Rutland,
who "iccognlzed" it, extended the "light
hanil.of fellowship," and look Ihe other
necessary steps to constitute il a regular
church organization. For a lit t It- over two
years and a half from the next May. the
Rev, Isaac Fuller was engeged tn preach
upon alternate Sundays, and was succeeded
by who was. In fad, their llrsl rcgulaily
settled minister Rev. Iladley l'roctor. If
ever a pure and good man. n con-cientlous
christian, and a faithful minister nf thn
cross, was sellled m Rutland- and we be-I
lieve llieie have been many such-Iladley
Proctor stands forth pre-eminent among
their number. Wo wish that we could de
plot him as he appears among our eailicst
childish lecolleclions, or lecount, with fil
ling winds, the estimation hi which lie wns
held not only by his own church, hut by
all denominations of ohiislians, as well as
by the community at large. Words, how
ever, would fall us, and the. lime and place
is not filling. Ho came fiom China,. .Me.,
w hither be returned only to be gathered to
his fathers. Rut wc must hasten on. His
succcssorniuiriMninlslry some for along
cr and snin'o foia shorler period have
been Revs. Samuel Eastman, D.mlcl Has-
hell, A ins llaynes. .lo-cph M ltockwood,
Miami Howard, Frauds Smith, J. C Fcr
mild, Oihindo Cunningham, mid, (be pres.
cut pastor, Edward Mills. With refeience
to church edifices we will not here speak,
as Ihey are leferred to el-ewheie. We hayo
aheady extended this article to nn undue
length, but consldeilng that n new and
beautiful chin cli edifice was to be, to-day,
dedicated, in Ihe semi centennial year of
the organization, it seemed to us a land
niaik In our history that required more
than a mem passing mention.
rim. nauiiv iiii.i,.
I.iller I in ill IOiiii. licoruc B-', r.ilniiiiiils
The Burlington f-'ite J'tim of yesterday
publishes the following letter from Senator
Edmunds on the "back pay question."
I .twin, llelghun, Aug. 28, 1873.
One of your numliers overlook me at
Coblenz. In it is a reference to the back
salary appropriation of March lid, 187.1, to
my altitude icspectlng the same, and to
the state of the law of unexpected appro,
I opposed the salary affair all iu my
power, nnd In earnest. Bnforo tho hilt was
signed I freely expressed tho hopo In the
quarter where I thought it might be con
sidcrcd, that tho President would veto It,
Three or four days utter, tho accounting
officer, of tho .- enato settled my pay nccount
excluding, by my direction, all increase
and paying mo on tho old law salary ; for
it did not appear to mo that I could prop
erly take mote than the prior law gave.
This, as 1 understood, left the money In
tho treasury, . . .
The new law haying mado jno a creditor
of the government In. a" respect in which I
did cot choose to bo one; tho simplest nnd
most consistent course seemed to be, lo re
fuse to take the money. I knew that I
should have the legal power to reconsider
and draw the money w Ithln tho tuna limited
for lapsed appiopilatlons, hut I wns not
greatly In fenr of the temptation, and I did
not wish to exercise any ownership over It
whatever. Thercfoie, ' the dliectlon wns
given not to bring It Into my account nt nil.
Tills, also, I learn, was Ihe course of the
Senators from Ohio, nnd pcihaps olhors.
Your paragraph holds, however, that tho
money Is mine hi law. and that some af
firmative act Is needful in order to give tho
treasury the benefit or il. If you nie
light, I shall perform the act : hut I think
you nie not. My view wns nt Ihe time,
and still Is, what I have stated, and for
this lenson i The law wns an appropri
ation of money for ceilaiu puiposes(whlcIi
annuitized the heasiiiy olllcers lo pay II
out. The money still belonged lo tiie
lieasiuy. it was not Ihe prnpcity of the
persons In be benefillcd until il should be
duly paid to them. An account with the
appropriation is opened m the liens
liry, and as the money is needed
It Is drawn upon by t lie officer charged
with its dlsbiusenienl, He pays il out
separately In each nf the persons who have
a claim In be paid, on Ids nceipl, which Is
his wmcher. nnd he cannot by law or in
practice, have credit for a penny beyond
the sums actually paid and for which ho
produces the tocolpl. Then al Ihe end of
a fixed time all the money so appropriated,
and not actually paid out is transferred on
Ihe books of the treasury to the general
fund, the appiopiiation account Is closed,
and il becomes Impossible lo draw money
on that account without a new law. Tho
reasons for such a course nie numerous,
nnd me uialiily so obvious as not lo need
I speak so confidently upon the subject
at this distance, for the leason thai only a
few j ears agn, 1 utsMcd with some earn
estness iu passing a law for unexpended
appropiialioiis, which was understood In
possess the qualities I have named. It was
designed to collect meat alui-es, and it lias
done so. Without the act before inc. I
have no doubt It coveisih- en-e In ques.
Hoping to see the (liven Mountains in n
few weeks. I icmalli,
tiKomiv: F. Eihiimis.
THE RAI'TIST SOCIET1
History of Its Church Edifices.
tin: new nrii.DiNii.
or n.i :.Tnnwi:
A U.IMIMOli: t'lSI'ieCK.
t ill III II KlIIKIi K
On the 27th nf February, 18.7, the
Church anil Society held a special meeting
which wns duly organized by tho appoint
ment of Deacon Ezckiel fJroen, moderator,
and Amasa Pooler, clerk. This meeting,
after adopting a constitution and Hilesof
order, voteil m linlM u new "meeting
house" and appoint a building committee
to superintend the woik.
The following named poisons weio then
duly chosen: Ezckiel Orecn.William Oieen,
Daniel Ford, Ira Seward, Cyrus Edson,
John Smith, Asa Howard, Comford
Barnes, jr., I.o wis Sawyer, Chrispiu Tafl,
Amasa Pooler, James W Pooler. Aaron
The building committee subsequently ap
pointed a sub-conimltlce of four, viz. :
Ezckiel Oreen. William Oicen, Daniel
Ford and John Smith to piuchasea lot of
land on which to build said 'meeting
house," which duty they incepted and
promptly di-charged, proem lug the land
upon which the hrioK church stood, at the
corner of Main and the extension of Wash
ington sheet, where the icsidencenf .1 II
doubling now stands. The building com-
mittee enteied into a contract with ficorgo
W Daniels to build Ihe edilice which was
At a meeting nf the society held Aug. 17,
Ifiifl, it wns voted lo assess six dollais flu
each slip (except those nil eaily sold,) for
the purpose of purchasing the land on
which tho meeting house stands and the
yard around it.
At a roclety meeting May lrJ, 18(1, John
Smith, Moderator, It was voted to sell two
rods of the parsonage garden and slips be.
longing to the society, to raise fifty dollars
lo pay for meeting houe ground.
When first built, tho internal arrange
incnls nf tho house weio strictly in accord,
mice with tho pievniling New England
style, vlz.i Pulpit placed high against Ha
waii between Hie entrance doors, and the
choir extending along both side gnlleiics
j and across the eastern end of Ihe house,
I 111 1R.V2 It wns voleil In re.mnilel .mil
. n.lloVnte the entite interior, which wns
done, making Ihe audience, room more con.
I venient mid nttrnctlve. Its location nt that
time being central in tho village, It was cx
peeled that Us foundations would be per
manent, but the inpid grow tli of the vil
lage north nnd west, a more central posl
Hon was demanded, and after piotractcd
and cnieful consideration of the subject,
the society, nt a special meeting held No
vember 58, 1870, voted "lo arise and
build," nnd the following committees were
Subscription Committee Rev. Edward
.Mills, Melzcr Edson, Samuel II. ICclley.
I Building Committee (leorge A. Tutlle,
E. W. Horner, Deacon John Murray.
Location Committee R. R. Ki'nuuan.
II. V,. .Marshall, Ilarley C. Tnttle.
Subscilptlons weio solicited for that end,
commencing on tho Kith of January, 1871,
and work wns begun on .March 2Sth fol
lowing. A lot wns purchased or I). E.
Nicholson, Esq,, on tho north side ot fen
ter strcct.bctwccn Wales nnd Court streets,
for tho sum of i4,00fl, on which lo erect
the church, nnd excavations were Imme
Tho corner stone was laid .Inly 18, 1871.
Tho ceremonies upon tho occasion wero
made particularly Intciostlng und impres
sive. A large attendance! of the mcmhcin
of tlio society was present, ns well ns n
largo uumlicr of citizens iu general from
Rutland am vicinity. Hev. Dr. Ooadby.of
Vergenncs, ilCii .residing In PoiiJtiiey, ad
dressed the assembly n fitting, terms with
tho Interests of tho occasion, and other
ceremonies were had. The corner stono
was laid in its place by the pastor, Rev.
Mr. Mills, previous to which many . Inter
Mtlngancl Impprtant church and statc doc
ument were deposited therein.
IlI'silMI'TtON 01' Tlir. NKW llt'll.tUNO,
As the lcsult of the Inborn of the com
mittee and the supeilntcndcntB In the vn
llous departments of the work is seen the
noble edifice which is this day to be dedi
cated to tho worship of the Most High.
A splendid brick stiuctuie rMng with lofty
and Imposing proportions nbovo the major
portion of tho buildings around It, present
ing lo the eye of the onsen cr a flue speci
men nf the architectural display of man's
handiwork, and giving u striking Impres
sion upon Ihe minds of every ono that a
society showing such enterprise in design,
nnd such capabilities of labor nnd care in
execution, must prosper and bo. known as n
power iu Hie land,
The building Itself is of brick wllh mar
lite trimmings, devoid ol much nrn.imcnta
lion, bul erected In a neat and compact
manner, showing tasle as well as much
good common sense. The height of the
building fiom the ground lo the top of the
sphe l 117 feel. I'ndcincalli the main
body of the house is the vestry and other
rooms llie outside of which portion of tho
building Is of nimble 2 Inches thick, wbllo
the bilck woik of Ihe main building Is 12
Inches thick, Inside or which is n frame
work (I 'i ft feet, ns heavy ns built for any
wooden building of the same size. The
height of Ihe building from Hie foundation
to the root is 2:1 tool, while Hie vestry por
tion is I!! ficl high, 'flic (htirch ns it
stands is ih by fin feel Iu circumference.
The church is approached fiom Centre
slrecl, upon which It fronts, by maible
steps from Ihe sidewalk, the grounds in
fionl of the church being built up several
feet from Ihe sheet. From the steps a
marble walk leads lo the church steps of
Hie same material, where entrance is gained
lo the lobby Ihiough bi avy folding doors.
The lobby is 2fi " I I, and is divided by
steps, cm cied willi matting, up which one
I. usbcicd lo llie plane ot the audience
room itself. An entrance to Ihe hitler is
ell'ectcil by I lu ce separate doors which lead
up the center, anil cast and west nl-Ics.
The cenhnl entrance Is made through fold
ing doors, the other of single pattern and
all covcied wllh baize of a bluish tint.
piescnts al tiie first iovv a plea-nut picture,
handsome, yet subdued iu color, its cnliic
appearance blending In noticeable har
mony of effect, and the whole becoming
more satisfactory to the eye as lis many
good ipiallties aie more closely observed.
Tills room Js 71X-IN feet In dimentions, and
is ".I feet from llnor to ceiling. The light
ns It shines in is condensed nnd beautified
by tho handsomely siained glass windows,
shedding a rich halo tint of sunshine
throughout the loom, shlking upon the
tasty row of cushioned seals, lighting up
the homilies of the frescn-painting upon
llie walls, and biinging out the hand-ome
colors of tho cm pel and nil ol' the lessor
combination, that siitroiuid and make up
the loom, with pleasing effect and added
The stained windows wcie second from
the establishment of Messrs. Cook of Bos.
ton, nnd mensiue 18 feel in height by :'.
feet in width. The seals were made by J.
W.King of Rutland, and built in n 'half
eiicular form, nnd number St hi nil 21 In
e.icli row. Mr. J. V,'. Stearns or Rutland,
the lipholslcier, rilinished the elisions,
which were covered by tho pntiiuilc l.vllcs
of the society, in a handsome led. The
fresco work has been finely executed by
Mr. H. Rrel.-chmer, while the painting of
Hie wooKwoik in this loom was done by
Mr. T.ouls .Mai tell of Ibis village. Thn car
pet of ingrain, and wrought In rich colors,
is from the bouse of Mcssis. Flagg, King
A Hl.ikcman of Troy, and adds much tn
Hie fine appearance of Ihe room.
The pulpitis ciliinled nl the iuillier ex
hemilyof Hie church, upon n raised plat
form which is 12 feel ions, 17 feel wide,
and some tlnce reel high. It Is built back
from the wall anil with the elaborate hes
coing on Ihe wall, makes n line feature of
Ihe room. Tho pulpit is tho workmanship
of J. C. Wilson of l'oullney. Over tho
arch above the pulpit platform, are Ihe
words in fiermau text painted In different
colors, "Ye shall icveience my sanctuary."
The Baplisleiy is located iliicctly in front
of llie desk, is III by 11, and three feet
The gallery is directly overthe lobby and
is entered by a stairway on each side from
below. II is sjiacious in dimensions, being
2fii() bret and well appointed in every re
spcel. The organ is from the manufactoi v
or.l .1 Marklove of Ftica, X. Y a foil
ilesciiptiou of which w as given some w eeks
ago in Tiik Or.om:. This is on a raised
platform above the singers' seats while on
each side is a small gallery for Ihn accom
modation of people when Hie church Is
crowded. The singers mo piovlded with
easy chairs and with ample space for the
chorus choir that furnishes the church
willi music. On the wall In front" and he
low tho gallery mo the words "Let all Un
people praise Thee, O Ood."
The gas fixlilies which foiiu n prominent
fealiue In tho furnishing of tho house were
provided by the house of 1 S. Ryan Ar
Son or Rutland, an' of beautiful style and
nro kuMily provided. Theie are twelve
brackets on the walls of the nudlenco room,
I esl le two that aiosii-poniled In the rear of
the pulpit and four in the gallery. Tho
entile building is heated bytenin from an
apparatus located hi the cellar, from the
establishment of Messrs. Clngston A' Co.,
of Ro-lon. The beat is conveyed to the
uudlcncc loom by means of pipes which i
run on either side of Hie room, andnrccov- j
cied w ilh a wire scieeu In u tasty manner, j
nn: virsinv I
is enlcied from Hie outside, on Hie cast side
ol' the building, nnd also from the pulpit
platform by means of n stairway on each
sldo of the pulpit, which lend to the dress-ing-roonw
Hint adjoin the vestry proper.
Tlds poi lion or tho building wns finished
In February, 1872, and the chinch hafri
held their meetings there from tho first
Bimd.iv In said month up to the present
time, The main room is tho best of the
kind In Rutland, nnd is splendidly arrang
ed for meeting purposes in every respect.
Its dimensions are 10x17, furnished with
settees, fifty-two in number, the preacher's
desk und sofa, nnd n good Estoy organ for
tho uso of Hie choir nnd Sunday school
Tho room is well lighted by gas and heated
wllh steam from radiators, The walls mo
hung with impropriate emblems, such ns
"Faith," "Hope," "Stand up for Jesus,"
"Ood Hlcss Our Sunday School," t'Ono
Lord, one Faith, one Baptism," and others
ot llko nature.
Opening wide from this room arc, on
ono side, two rooms for Hie purposes nf
tho Sunday school, and reception rooms In
connection with tho main vestry on occa
slops of' a social nature', Ono of tjim,
:K)xl5 fect, Is well furnished by Mr. S. II,
Kelly's class of young men, !!0 in number, j
with chairs, marblc-top table and books, j
while the walls have 3 largo aud handsome
engravings, one representing "Jerusalem In j
Her Fall" "ns now viewed from Mount of
Olives," nnd the other "Jerusalem In her
Grandeur," "the Tiluinphal Entry of
Christ Into the Holy City," both eng'inved
by H. C. Selous. nnd provided with a key
dcscilptivo ot tho different buildings anil
prlnclpal.flgures so finely Illustrated In the
pictuios. The library is located in Hie
small room adjoining. Opening from tills
Is another room Ui.xlO, well furnished wllh
seals, while, opening from this, isn cloak
room of a very convenient natiue. Acioss
the main veslry room are oilier looms, two
ln.xl l.and n pantry of spacious dimensions,
robe room and wash room. Heie, too, nu
entrance Is effected to the cellar, wiieie Is
located the sleam-heallng apparatus, which
Includes not only a heater, bul a range for
cooking purposes. Tho llnor Is cement,
nnd rooms for coal and wood aie connected
nn: woliK li vs iikk.v hunk
in encli department of Ihe building iu a
thorough and satisfactory manner, and the
society may well congratulate Itself upon
securing so clllcicnl a committee, unit such
able services a have been laid out upon
their now Hunch. The architect or the
building is Mr. .1. J. It. Randall, well
known by bis nets hi the name capacity all
over the cnunliy. Too much ciedit cannot
lie given lo.Mr. George A. Tnttle, the chair
man of the building 'conuntltrp, for his la
borious and pains-laklng sei vices in direct,
big nnd superintending the erection and
completion of the chinch, while all the
committee have done evervlhlng hi their
power lo advance the host interests of tho
enterprise from the stall. .Mr. John Mur
ray, aided by his mechanical genius and
the superior woikmanlili of Mr.
.1. Hutchinson. who has had a
general charge of the workmen inside,
lias Ihe credit of much of Ihe perfection
that is shown in the mechanical work of the
building. Messrs. Glli-on A Rounds or
Itutlnnd have furnished the brick-work,
slone-work and ma'oury of all kinds (ha'
have been used in the erection ol' tho
church, while in the rally completion of
the vestry .Messr.Muiriiy, Hutchinson nnd
Chillies Povveis had the supcrvl-ion of the
work and Mr. J. N". Howard done tho
The main body of the house was delated
in its completion from late in 1871 to Oct.
lo, 1872, when the lobby was completed
and work was begun on Ihefinisliing of the
audience room Fcbiu.iry lfilh. of the pies
To-day the hou-e is lo lie dedicated
and the work has been rapidly pushed
tow mil 4 completion, so Hint now nearly
every appointment connected therewith is
filled. The cot of tho church will probn
lily reach Hll.OftO, but an ollicial flalcmenl
or the financial condition or the society as
icganls the new building will, we uiulei
sland, be made to-day. A programme or
the dedication exeiclses to take place this
afternoon will he found on the third page
or t Ills papBr, and, ns will be seen by the
same, Ihey will be of a peculiarly interest
ing ch irni Icr and undoubtedly call out a
Allen ,v !,,
.Merchants' How. aio
selling goods at lo-t for
Hals. Caps, Euinlsliliiu floods
and Ready Made Clothing. Unnd floods
at veiy tow prices.
IIKNNISO.VK I'ATKNT MIll'PINTI T.K.S.
I Ivor aim millions linvn heen Used within the
past len years, w ithout complaint of loss hy tair
becoming detached. All i:niess Companies
use them. Sold i,j Printers nnd slatloneis
i.v er.v wnere.
HOW TO I.IUHTFX WOMAN'S I.AIIOK.
It "lime Is money," then ever; tiling that
tends to facilitate labor Is n positive pecuniary
henell . lo mankind. The liest sen Itnr machine
or churn Is not a "irood stiong woman," as ox
perlenco proves, su Sapollo, Iu enabling one
woman to easily do ns much cleaning of every
kind In one day as two women can do In two
il.i) a with Hio scrubbing Imisli and soap, Is a
positive blessing to the human race. No wo
man who has once used It will ever uso nnv
thlng else as a substitute, sold by all dealers.
'I ho cheapest as well as best demising sub
stance In the world.
.Iji'iils lor llie JIil
II. I., sillson. llemiiiigton.
II. I'. .Morgan, Wiilllngforil.
llcibeil Smith, Factory I'olnl,
II. s. Ilard.Aillngton.
.M. II. Kelley, south W'nllliiRfoiil.
('. c. Fierce. Fast Clarendon,
H. .1. Caipenter, Ilrattlchoru,
idbbs & Co., llranilon.
Dennlson lirothers, IMtur.ird.
V. Jl. Iiay.Mlddlcbury.
Hums noit, l'lttsncid.
.1. Ii. culver, ll.vdevllle.
T. K. Ilorton, Clarendon,
I). 1'. Fenbody, Plttsfoid.
Ahlen Co., Mlddlehun.
II, K. Spencer, Sutherland Falls.
.T.N. Haskell, Falrhaven.
,. I,. Kellogg, ("nstleton.
i'. J. (Ulmore, West lititlntnl,
I. , .lohnsnu, Wesl I'awlet,
W.S. Ilassell, .Mlddletmvn.
.lames Dice, I'awlet.
II F. Pnrmcnter, Mcchaiilesvllh',
I). Ilorton, Mount llollv.
V. W. milliard, Foulli'iev,
I', llollon, Danby 4 Corners.
W illiam Fierce, U.mhy
II. A. Carter, llcnson.
W. II. Hull, Wells.
0. F. Woods, Hollows Falls.
1'. II. Hobblns, Chester.
1. '. It Allen, F.i.st Wnlllngfuul
Sherman in-others, Mullovv.
Ill-own k Clark, Chittenden'.
J. II. I'nrdv. Manchester.
s M Southard, Veriremies.
Tim undersigned would lnusl icspectiiillv In
form the public that he w ill open on or about
September 1st, In stalej's building,
:iT CENTF.II STHIll.T,
n llrbl-class Merchant. Tailoring 1 Wnbllslunent.
Having been connected with somo of tho lead
Ing houses of New York and liosion, where
nono but llrst-class helpnro employed, I claim
loliavoliadsueli experience as enables mo to
compete w llh any ono In my lino of business,
Foielgnnnd Domestic Violin nlvvnvsonhnud.
Latest New York styles of llrenklast .Inckoti
nnd .Morning downs made loonier, Satisfac
tion guaranteed la every ease,
F. .if. SMITH.
llutlaml, VI., Aug, 20, 1S73. d
VETERINARY.-'. C. Wllkhrso"n7s
(ireat I.ngllsli Cough Powders, for Horses
only. A blue caso for Coughs, colds, Snellluir
of tho (Hands. Sore Throat, I.'pldemle, cntnrih,
llorso All, and nit discuses, of tho Thronr and
Theso powders nio sure at all times, being
.. . . , in iniisv.iuus 1.1 UfcS, 1 I eiiicu ov r, i,
WILKINSON, Vertlnary Surgeon, l.Taremont.
N. II, For salo by (
WINll, agents for Hut.
inuu ami ricinuy,
R E A T
R E I) r C
T I O X
KTho great excitement now provalllnir In Hut
land Is, where can n .Man, Woman or Child get
tho best HOOT Oil SilOH for the smallest
amount ot monoy. ,
Now, Citizens of Itiitlniid nnd v Iclidfy.'l claim,
and do also stale, that I can sell you anything
usually kept In a Urst-class Hoot aud Shoo stoio
as cheap, or oven cheaper, than can bo found
lids sldo of lioston or New York markets.
IP. M.piensp call before purchasing else.
Where, and 1 think .thai you will bo convinced
(before lenMng) Hint thn abovo statement Is
correct. Yours respectfully,
W. K, ItOSS. -o.
.. f Mcrcuants now, nutland. vt.
8tore:fonneil) occumed by French narrovVs,
J H M O V A I, . ,
Dn. S. W. hJMVTit'ji , '
ilaWnif established hliniflf permanent!) In I
llullnnd, niul tur the better convenlet'ce of his
patients, he hni lomovoil his onleo fri.intlin
ISnrdn-cll House to the
HAXTKIt NATIONAL HANK III.OC'K,
where bo ma) lie consulted d.illv (exicpt m.
Unys) free or charge,
(intfo hours 9 n. in. to 4 p, in,, and ii loi p. m,
A ( .Mill.
To tliosuwho may be iiiiacqinlnli'd wllh the
partlculOM of my practice, a brief explanation
mlsht not ho unwelcome. tnirhiK Ihe whule of
my professional career, in) time und attention
has been exclusively dmoted tn tho study nnd
Investigation of diseases of the KYi:, KAII, NA
SAL C'AVITV, TltnOAT, I.UNOS anil ('MUST,
and derangements of the NKIIVOUSI SYSTKM.
My specialty embraces the eradication of CWt
innp tion, Catarrh, Thrmt llixenv, ntTectlons of
the Vocal Orjmi, Atlhuia, nnd nil jrjny,Vn,
llrvnchial nnd I'ulmonatp Vomplntnt ; the re
moval of DcafiM; Dlwhamn from the line, and
the treatment of all diseases leading to (Jmrrat
eMity, or the lnssnr Impairment of .Vrrroea an J
My office Is provided with every prnclleul Im
provement and ndtanlago founded by tho ad
vanced state of medical science for the relief of
human sulTerlnrr. Patients coming under my
caro for trcahilftil inaj expect to receive every
benelll guaranteed bj science, skill nnd a com
To tiik Pi'iiuc, 1 have lo snj that Idjnot
consider It necessary nl this tlmo lo present to
your notice further testimonials nf the success
of the now method ot treatment I advocate.
Having, during tho past slv months, given ou
statements and reports from the most rellnblo
people In this illlane and Mclnlly, should cer
tainly give those who are still surrerlng con
fidence enough to emplnv one who Is so univer
tf (,'onsiillnlluii free aim terms Hllhln Ihe
reach or all.
S. IV. .SMYTH, M. II,
5ruij.s ami UtHcincs.
Urn's, MEDICINES. CHEMICALS
P A T E N T M E H I C I N E S .
t-MifiK mil k Jt sT liM'Ktvr.n
No. 1 :i ,
I'CNifm Mi'.ti.r, Uri'I.VNIi, VKllMdST
I'RAMiS El INN A CO.
Q.VEATOC-A WATERS. All kinds, by
I J tho lloltle or Case, anil stnr soring water
on iii aiiRiu si
ritANcis n:xx ores.
IXH'KET Ct'TLERY nt
.1 F. Fi:XX ,V C'O'H.
iU. ALLEN'S DYSKNTER Y SYIiCP
i 7 w in (
Will cure von. Tn It.
F. FKXX a: CO.
lOOT. RASE, ItEflL'LATION AND
J KublM-r Halls and Clubs nt
F. Fi:.'N ' LO.
BOYS' TOYS, of nil descriptions, nt
F. FF.XX A: CO'S.
Mini r,ET .VliTICLES Tt
X F. 1'IJNN ,V CO'M.
rinU.'SSES and SHOl'LDER RRACES
X at F. I'F.NX A: CO'S.
TlOLL CARRIAGES, HOYS' CARTS
J I nnd w hcelhniTOws, at
H2I.UHH' F. FKXX a- CO'S.
CRY DAY RHINOS
S O M E T II I N U
N i: W
All I luxe v, Imwlsh can now have
IHVIVKIIKII AT TIIKII! HOMF.s,
SODA AND SARATOGA WATERS,
CF.I.CIIIIATIMI Ml'HON IIOTTI.KS,
As.spnrkllng and as pure asihnwn from the
KOFNTAIN AT MY (.'OHNTKI!.
call nnd exan, Ine nl
II MERCHANTS' ROW,
ALItERT W. HIGfll'xS,
illRHP FOR SALE.
A Hock of i'.rM) nni'O Snmilsb sheen, nf Llin "linn
Pedro" lin t "Improved Pindar" breeds, belong
ing to t lie estate of tho late Joseph Sheldon of
Fnirhnven. Also M) lino lambs, 'j.- v cartings, in
Uno condition for shipping: loo fine breeding
ew es nnd s stock bucks, w ilt bn sold nltogel her
or iu loos in sun customers, i or iiirinerpnruc.
UKO?, Villi UIOII, I1 JI1IUICH.S
S. W. 1IAILKY, Adji'h.
S A I, E
A llrsl-clnss safu llro ond burglar proof com
bined ono of "Herring's Patent champion," In
perfect working order. Will lie sold for lew
than lis real value. Appl.v nt the Haxter Na
pjlMtf 0. H. HOTTt'M.
S A L E
Tho subscriber has a Candy nnnarnlus com
prising n complete out tit for manufacturing
candy, which ha vv III sell for less than one-halt
tho original cost. Also, ono heavy Truck Wa
gon, very cheap; and one pair ot Double Work
(!FO. W. CHAPLIN, Ja.,
Kill land. May 24.
v .ill'IVUUIIIM now,
My hou.su on t ho corner of Main and Washing
ton street with or without tho two hoiiscHad
Joining. Also a desirable garden lot on the south end
M A I N S T II V. K T .
fuululiilng alwut, nrty choice fmit trects.
S1HS. K,'W. HUNTOON.
F.haulro ot C. F. Himtoon, nt
., .... LANDON HlTNTOONtl.
JWELI.INfl HOUSE ANT) LOT '
h' O 11 H A h K .
Tho cubcrlbcr otrers his House and Lot, situ
ated on Prospect street, for sale. The house
was erected within a row years, and has eight
rooms. Water In tho nrst and second stories,
ond a garden under good state ot cultivation.
Tho premises will bo sold cheap.
MPtBdtm O. E. YOtJNO,
( 1ASTI.ETON SEMINARY.
1 he next Term will commence nn lln i
m r.nn vi'itv situ 1 vt nni
This old ami well known Institution I
In siiicessfulopeintlon, wltn a mil . .to
teachers, ror pienrlii young irteii rw ile
or for business and unci lug unusuiil tu. .il f
In Music, French, Drawing and I'nliitini
other accomplishments to vt.iunr Indies
STATE NORMAL MilOul
t'reoTitlllonl.sorreit'd lo nil who nmduu
nnd n thoioiiuli course In branches required i
Ihe Mute, tO'elher with theory end practice .r
teaching. Iikv, it. (I. Wll.l.lX.Mw,
milE PALL TERM Oi' THE til It
1 .INHTON, VT HI.'HOOI,
for Joung ladles, villi open .
Wi:ilXi:.SllAY, KKPTr.MIILH lull,
A ltmltf.il lillmbernf brtfiriters tnL.'i-n o.i.i .,
Pi Inclpal's family for tho car.
For terms npplv lo Hie Principal.
Ileferences I'reslilent Anr-ell. Ann Arl.r.r.
Mich.: Prof. M. Petty, lluillngton, t. : Hev., I
11. Worcester, I). !., Hurllngton, vt. ; Chief
i ii uriioiiii, virgennes, r, j non, n, a
Hurl, Hwanton, VI.
riMIP, RRYANT AND STRATTflN
RESIN ESS ('OLLHOh.
Kstnbllsheil ls.v. Incorporated lsil. 1'reii. '
young men for Intelligent and successful w it
Inllfe. Has the best teachers, best ioi!r-' .1
Htudj,nnd does most for Its students.
For catalog.', giving lull Information, . I
.IXO. Ii. (;.M!Ni:t.I,TMV S
O. T. C 11 o s s,
Manufacturer of nnd Healer In
FINISIIINII Lt'MIIF.It, SHIXOLLS, l.A i i
Cl.AI'llOAIIIlS, ANI1 SPHFCK I.tr.MnKIi.
IHIOUS.SAHll, 1IL1NDS, MOt'l.ll.
INllS, IIUACKF.TS, WIN
HOW FHAM KS A
scroll Saw Ing of nil kinds, Planing, Mulehim,
and (Hazing dono to order. Yard nnd Mill col
ner ol Fnlon and Furnace streets, near Frelgln
Depot, Hutland, Vt. Mnvtdw?ni.
PERTAIN CORNICES OP RLACK
J Walnut, or nil Oltt, made to order. ( ur
tain Kings, Tassels and Cords. DKAKIIOHN'S
SilOW CASES, CORNER, CLOCK
and Mantle Shelves inndo tn order, wlUi
Plain or Moulded edges. lilSACKI'.Trt sawed hi
dlllerent l? ls nt IlFAHDOltNS
j-EW MOULDINGS EOR I'lCTURK
1 Framing. Chromo". Llthogranhs. und
Kugravings nl j)i;Aisuoitv.s
vkiifkct vrrTTxa sin in
PATTHIINS Cl'T TO MKASXIiF.
1 X. MERRIAM'H PERFECT FIT
ll. T1NO .SHIKTS. The most comfortable
durable and economical. Jea:dl
EOKER RROS. UNRIVALLED I'l
AXO FOItTF.s, pronounced the flnesi
the world. Warranted forseven years.
Q.ROVER A- RAKER'S IMlROl.I
SIIFTTLK AND Kt.AsTIC sTITi II.
s i:vixi; WACiiLYKs, ,w . .i
At I.'. X. MKIiltlAM'.s.
aIRL WANTED. Good vvnires will
be paid to a good smart girl, to do waMi
ing nnd Ironing, flood references required
Address loci; box 2or., Hutland, Vt. s?m ,j
'WANTED. A kocsI, smart sirl lo
T T general hoiiseivork. Apply at s;i Center
Street, Hutland, vi. sepiiir.d3il
rANTED. An experienced lalloies
it towork on tine Custom Coals, with
Journeyman tailor. Highest wages paid and
sieauy won; given, .uso, vvanieu nn i xo'ti
encedPant and Vest
linker, nppiv 10 v. i
SMITH, ST Center Street.
"rAiTED. A first clas Journevnian
IT Tailor, Must press and sew. To tin
light kind of uiiian.llsooperweekwlllbe paid
the year round. None need apply for the ,in
alien ontysteadi Industrious men.
F. M. SMITH,
scpticdlf 21 Center SI re. I
WANTED. - Wholesale Purehasin.
T T Agents for tho liartram .Sewing Machine
mado at lianbury, Conn. Tho latest and best
The stillest, fastest and easiest lock si Itch, self
setting, straight needle machine In the market
Better terms ttian any company Address,
JOHN A. 1)01)0 K, (leneral Agent, Danlmrj, i
"W" ANTED. All men wishing lo make
Ti money to send for a pamphlet contain
Ing Instructions, c, which everybody should
know. J. c. TII.TON, Pittsbcko, Pa.
A X T E D
Two active and energetic
LIKE INSURANCE AGEN'l's
to solicit for one of the oldest and Is-si l.o
Compnnles IN THIS (orXTUV.
Commission or Salary will be pnlda-ian m
TKK IIKST TEiiiuronv IN THE sl'Vlf
can be secured to responsible men.
Address, with reference,
HON 1113, llllll.llid, VI
Aug. to. ls;3,
r A L L I X G E O R D
N 1! W ti O O D S ,
A. HILL it SON
N E W H 0 0 D
In every depattinent
W A L L I N fl V O It D
rpWENTY DOLLARS REWARD
Will bo paid for tho
DETECTION, AllKKST AND CONVICTION
of tho prson or persons who, wantonly and
ualtcloualy, mutilated the itono erected to the
peinory o( my child tn tbB.Cathollo cemetery