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RUTLAND, VT., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER , 187:5.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
VOL. INO. 101.
Site Svmlcs.
fH'HTAlN COKNICFS OP 1H.AC1C
V.,' Walnut, or nil out, tnudii to order, cur
ium Kings, Tassels mill Cords. UKAllliOIiVS
UHOW CASKS. COlfNLIt, CLOCK
t? nmlMnlitlo shelves ninilo to order, with
I'lnln or Moulded edges. HHAOKHTS sawed In
illtTcrciitsljlesnt liHAIIIloitN'S
drove lllncl;.
ri:rM(Hn,niNas foiF pimTitK
1 1'rnmlng, Chroinos, Lithographs, tied
Eiigrallngsnt IiEAIlllOliN'H
X. .MHIIHLUFS
I.
nuiFiwr fittinc siiuira.
pattehns cut 'ki meanciii:.
Ii X. MF.HHIAM'S PFHFKCT FIT
ill. TIXil SIIIHTS. Thoniut comfortable,
durable ami economical. je.uiy
i:cki:iFi'.iu)s. fnhivallkd im-
ANO l'Olli'ES, pronounced the Uncut In
world. Warranted for seven years.
1)
tli.'
FHF.SCO PA1XT1XC.
ASH
IIECOKATION OIJ (ilUHCIILS, IIA1.I.S AND
1'Altl.llltS.
Matty years experience, tlooil Hint clnsswork
ill iciisiinilhlit lirieos. Oi
Come and hcc my wotk
in tin- itaucr National lUnk.
w. iji!i:tsciimi:ii,
lltitland, VI.
ini.1il3m
o. ii. .m o it i: ii n i' s i:,
DFXTIST.
opposite central House - - HUTLAND, Vt.
ma IdU
"iTl'TI.AND .MANtTAOTl'IIINtl COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SEAT CHAIIP", 11ED-
STEAIIS AND CIIA1I1 STOCK.
Corner of West and l'orosl Ms,
III"! LAND, VT.
I Atwooh, Act. (i. c. l!i'(iin.r.s, Treas.
mayldly.
j w. ic i x c. ,
MannfacUirer and wholesale and l etall dealer In
SASH, 1IOOIIS, HUNKS,
Mon.niNtjf, liiiAcKins, and liousi: ivk-
NISIIINll MATKKIAL,
or KVKitr iiBsriitiTins.
l'i'iiNACK Min:i:r, Ilrinsn, Vr.
orders hy mall orolhcnvlse promptly attend
ed in. mylillf
T1IOS. KOSS.
i.ixror.x ntox works.
.Marble Mill and llolstlmr Machinery of Iho
most, liniiroved construction. Derricks and
puinplii's' inachlnery, easllns and ;eiiei-.il ma
chine work,
steel and Iron Wire Hope al Manufacturer's
prices.
nullum!, vt., May 1, 1ST3. ma lillf
. u. i FayTj ,TTy 7
vtTii.vron axi rn.untc.u. ki.atjh:,
1UTI.AND VIIUMONT.
Ileisiirepareiltodo all work promptly nnd
well. Orders can lie left at .1. II. (Il)nn's Bloio
mi Mpri'linnK' ltow. or nl the llarilwcll House.
((Vtrrriir. uuuiv,, ui.ii i..u . i. t.i.i ...in. , ... ....
Mason, President of l'lrst National Hank, De
troit, Michigan; lion. .). M. -Marvin, araioi;a
springs.
jpT uIj t o i -m a n k f. 'i',
Dl'NTON HAYWAltl)
Proprietors.
All kinds of Meals, rish, Veelahles anil
lTiilts in tneir season.
Klnifsley Kpragtio's lllock, Merchanls' ltow.
tnayldcm
Slltn'TI.i: AND KI.AST1C STITCH,
,S7v'll7A'( MAOJUMCS, dc, .fr
At II. N. MnilltlAM'S.
IlIUNTlXd. SelMiiKiii'' Pearl l'less.
1 New and Miluahle liivenllon. i:v Ty liusl-
ness man hliould halo one. i'resses ami oiiuns
iroiii ilu upwarih. SendhUimii lor C.il.iloijiieor
Presses. Tvne. Cuts. ele. ool.DINO .v CO., u
Kllhy street, llostou. auii;.LlA.w urn,
T
v) i'iMXTi:i!s axi) I'uiii.isnnits.
The flt.OHi: Paper Co., lialus iluplleales of
the following ai tides oner them for sale al low
prices:
Hle.im i:n?lne, sultahle for luiinlni; presses,
lloo (lard Prcs,
Smith Hand 1'ross,
Card cutter,
one ISUlo Mlterlns Machines,
head Cutter,
And numerous other nillclcsused In a PiJnllii'
onicu
T
AUItP.IXr, WATF.lt WIIKFI.S.
list op Tin:
wr.TMoitr.
Ii Inch i
4S '
TriiniNi:.
Inch 300.no
t.Tr..no
Tliil.eil
1CIIU.IJ0
ywi.no
4IMHKI
VMM
ntrhtv ner cent. Useful effect L'll.iranteed
ul nlecenl test of a thlrt.-sl-llieh Welluoio
wheel, hy Mr. DniTbun.nt Ilolyoke, Mass., ine
averairo ot ten trials was over. r.u.UTV two
(Kit ChNT,
piticr.
LIST
Inch
Till! WOI.COTT
TiiitniNn.
1S
'J I
; "fieo
l.Vi.oi
yao.oo
i: I hell
$ niMii
ilm l.no
s7n.0J
A thoioiurhlv hullt. oconoDlcat, ilunilile
wheel, mid t.ofd at a .small perceiitaue over
cost.
Mill work of all dosci I pilous, to order.
Stri.l.lVAN MACIII.N'IICO.,
Claremont, N, 11,
Oat. 10. dlmo
j.J FF i)vi:it,
NO. IfiMKIK'IIANTS' HOW,
Dealer In
ron mid Load Pipe, I'ortahleand BUillouary ilu
K I lies; ltiil.iiy StiMin, I'orCuHhilCuiLern I'llinps:
Leather ami ltuhher Heltlu?! ltubher llosomiil
l'aclviii: lluhher ovcrciidin, (limes and Mlt-
lous: steam and wnU'r tiauffos: Water, hiu.un
mid (las 1'lttlmrs, nnd l'lxthres, nil kinds ; I'lax
audSoaintonolMcKlnj Collou Wasle, I'liunli-
ers' i.uo'is.
STHAM, WATI'.U AND OAll I'l'I'l'INH
Doiio at short notion, uinl ut lu'liiosadapled lo
I in limes
liullaiul, M.iyl, IS" liuldi-.iii
8'
ti:a.m stoxi: currFit company,
Solo proprletoiti and manufacture of Iho
WAIIIIWBM. l'ATKNT
KTONi; :ilANNHl.r.I(l "It (il'AUUYINtl MA-
CIIINU,
For cut tins (.tono Into varloui sl.es nnd dl-
inelisions
;in all kinds oi1 (iUAi:ni:s.
Oll'IC'K AMI) SlIOI'S,
UltHTLAND, VEKMONT.
JOHN V. CItAMTON. I'resi
(ir.oittn: i:. hoyci:, Treas.
DIIAItLUS ULA1IK, Sec'l
,urfupt.;
myl ly (IKO, J, WAltDWKI.L.
Dn.
CAIILIVS WATK It PltOOI'
OU. HLAVKTA'O,
ion
iiAitNi:ssi:s, cAituiAtn: toi-h,
hoots, siious, inc.
I'llsharnesiios perfectly and prevents crack.
HILT, ooes noi. iry ouv ur Ku'u iiiosuriaco.
Softens nnd preserres Iho leather. UuiuUos
iho water, Excellent for hoots, shoes, ko
Siroivcs universal satisfaction. Manulac
myioaiwtt N. c. MAitcii, Mwaichury,
tLiCUiS.
s. ' ,-om'
Wholesale dealer In
OALU'OUNIA WINIS AND IIHANHY
Also,
imI'Ohtf.u ash vvhoi.rsii.e nr.ii.Kii
in
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
The nttrhtlnn of Town Agents, Physicians
nnil lirusfglsts In especially called In our wines,
us they ore unsurpassed for
cnnilnir from one of tlio oldest
California. All goods guaranteed imro anil sal
Israel nry, or to ho iclnrneil at my expense,
nrnr : ,
coiiNmt l'ltinoiiT and i:vi:i,yn, sts.,
(Land. hi .V llnntoon's Hlock.)
Iimland. VI. myltt
rim.AXi) .MAKiir.i: co.mpanv,
lllll.r.SAI.r. DEAI.KIH IN"
1U, 0(!K SAVi:i) MAIMlIiH.
JPAl!l:li:rt AND MILLS,
.1 n. i!a:;ti:ii, supt.
Wi:sT IH'TI.AND, Vt.
All the Trades of IhllLllnl Malijle. Ill the
Kh.iiin i , r sl.ihs of Mirlous I lilcknesseS leiilllled
for I'urnllure, Mantel, and DccoratUc Work, as
well as Cemetery uses: also Cuhlc Slock for
Monumental and llnlhllng purposes, Includlni,'
liases, Mripi', nun rusts, ma ue luuuu uu om
yarn in nil nines.
OiirexleiisheniTiiniii'iiienls for Iho produc
tion of Muilile. In the way of ouarnlti!: Ma-
eldncrj, nnil Mills comprHInx Ihfrly-t wo tfaiiKS
of saws, place us In pnsitinii lo supply inu
wants of llui Trade. Wholesale nnil ueinu
Dealers, llullders, riirnlture-Men, and gen
eral .Manufacturers will llnd It to their lulercst
to faMir us Willi I heir orders.
lttiTI.AND MAltlll.i: CO
mayld.lwtf
x I u in', ,'i'i -l! ,t'-"i
-SnVKNTII
i. Yi:.it.
T II i: . A 1. I) 1 X K.
All Illuslrated Monthly Journal, universally
admitted lo lie thu Handsomest Period
les! In Iho World. A Itepresenta
t Ii eand Champion of Am
erican Taste.
NOT roi: hali: IN UOOK OUNIIWS STOIIIN
77e' Milinr. while Issued with nil the reirular-
ltv. has none of the temporary or (Imelv Inler-
est charaeteilslle of ordinary periodical. It Is
an e eirant iiiUcellaiiy or iiiire. ilirlit and trrace-
nil llieiatuie : ntid a eollecllon or pictures. Iho
rarest specimens of arllsitc skill. In black and
v i1. .mi iioiiiru eacn sui ( i eio hit it a -
forils n fresh pleasure lo lis filcnils, thereat
Mi ue and lio.iutj ol rite .IWnir will he most ap
preciated .liter II has heen In mm I up at the
close or the ienr. Idle other publications ina
claim superior iheapness. as compaieit with
1 Ivals or a similar class, rite AlJine Is a unique
mid orliri mil concept Ion alone mid uiiapproaeh-
en aosoiuiciv wiiuoui coiiipfuuoii in jirico or
character. The iosscs,oroi a completo volume
cmninl. iluollciite I he ouautllv ol'lhio n.iper tiint
enirravlniM In any other sliupe or number of
Miiumes lor leu nines us eosi ; nun men, uieie
tiro mo cnioinos, nesiues i
AHT DHPAltTMLNT, lsil.
The lllii-.trallous of rite AMinr have won
him u Me ii.ul at Ion. and hi Iho nrl centres
in i.urope ii is an aiiiiiiiieii i.ici, mat us woou
culsare examples of Iho highest perfection
hit attained. The common prejudice lu f.nor
or "sieei puues," is rapiuiy yiemiiij 10 u more
educated and illscrhulnatlue; taste which lecoir.
nles the adMintii'-'cs or superior urtisiie iiuaii-
Iv nltli L'reiiler faellltv of nroductlon. The
wood cuts of The Alttiiie poisess all tho delicacy
ami elaborate llul-h of the most cosily steel
plate, while they alford a belter renuerlii"; or
ine urllscs oilLlnm.
To tullv renll7e the wondeifiil work which
Tlte Altline lsilolmr for Hie cause of art clllttlie
In America, It Is only necessary to consider Iho
eosi m ine people oi any inner iiccciil icpieseu-
i nous oi i ue in on uci ions oi Lrre il ii iiuiers.
In aildllton to designs by the members of the
National Ac.llleniv. mid other noted Alnellcmi
nrllsi", rite .IMi'iirwIll reproduce examples of
I he best forelitn masters, sclecled with u lew
lu llit highest artistic success nnilk'renleslireu
eral Interest. Thus Iho subscriber lo Tht AUIliw
will, in a trinniBeosi, enjoy in ins own iiouiu
the pleasures and leilulnu' Inllticnces ot tiuo
ml.
Thofiuaileny tinted pialcstor ish will be by
Thus. Minim uiol .1. I). WiMjdwnrd.
The Christmas Issue for IsTI will contain
special ileslejisnpproprlato lo Iho season, by
our best artists, and will surpass In attractions
mo or us predecessors.
piti:MiiM run is-i.
i:ery subscriber lo The AMIm for Iho year
is,i ui 1 locclw u nnlrof chroinos. The ornr u-
al pictures were lulntcil lu oil for tho publish
ers oih' .u.iiiii', oy 'i nomas .Moraa. wuoso
ereut t.'olorailo lilcturo was ourcluiseit bv Con
gress nir ion iiiousauii uoiiai. l no biiojecis
were cuoseii in icprcseni "i no li.lSL" nun " llio
wesi." tine isu ui'w ill ino Mlllo -siouillllllis.
New llamiishlre : the nth ,r irlves Tho cliffs of
(llccli lthcr. WmiiiiIiil- Terillorv. Tho dltfer-
ence In the nature ot the scenes themselies Is
n ulcus nir con rns . unit affords a ironu display
of the aitlst's scope and coloiliiK. The chrouios
me each wo ken iroin imrty uistinct piaies,miii
lire in si.e tis . no nun nppcarnuco uxuc
similes of the oil;luals, iho presentatloi
wort h.v evainplo of Ameilea's irrealest
seapn ii.ilnlcr lo the subscilhcrs ot 77n Altline
wnsii huld but lieeullaiiv liaiuiy Idea, nnd lis
successful reallatlnii Is nllesled by the lollow
Intf testimonial, over the sleiinturo ot -Mr. Mo-
laii iiiiuseu :
NhWAiiK, N. J., Sepl, liOlh, ISM,
Mossrs. Javiks Svttom a; Co.
litnUiwru, I nin ilcHirhled Willi Iho proofs In
....In., ut v..!.. ,.irmt,.ts 'I'liev nr., wmuli.t fnllv
successful rcpreseiitallons by laechanlcnt jiro-
cessoi ine oiiiiiaipiiiiiiiuifs:
very respecuuuy,
(Signed,) TIIOS. MOHAN
These chroinos are In every sense American,
They are by an orlixlnal Amerlcmi iirovess, w llh
maliilal ol Amerh au mauiiraclure, from de
signs ot American scenery by an American
lu nlcr. Mid presenieu lu siiuscrioers io inn
Hist sucu'Sllul American Art .loiirnul. If no
lieller liee.nise of nil Oils. Iliev Will cerlallllv
nossess mi iiiereNi. no nirei'rn oio iuciio i ca
nsplre. and niilher are Ihey uny Iho worso If
by reason of peculiar filcllllles of production
Iliev cost the publishers only a l rl lie. while
ispul lu every respect lo other chroinos that
mo sold slnifly lor double the siibscilptlon
in. en or 77. Ait ine. I'crsous oi t isiimv in p io
lin.se nie i ores for I hcinselv es not fur tho urlco
Hue. illdorilld not cosl. unit will mipiTiiatu the
eiilcriuisoth.it renders Ihelr distribution pos-
sinie.
ir ii v so .-.ei .ui's in i i i eninaiireiert nco
for a lli'iiro siibjecl, tho piibllshcis will bend
i nniRri.iM of Home" u new mid beautiful
chrmiio llxvo Inches, representlnif u llltlo
Ilalliin exile whose sieaklii eyes betray ino
lougiu oi uis Henri,
TLItMH.
ij.l per annum, in mltance,icilh Oil Chroino
I rce.
l-or lifly Cents Kxlrn. Iho chromes will ho
Kent, mounted, varnished, nnd jirt-pultl by
man.
Tlte Altlliu will, hereafter, bo tibtaliiablo only
by subscription, Thcro will bo no reduced or
club rate ; cash for subscriptions must ho sent,
to the pilbllshersdliecl, or handeilto tho local
canvasser, without responsibility to Mm null.
Ishers. except Hi eases vvheru Iho certlllcnto Is
irlieu, bcnrlnir Iho (av-slmllu slt'iiuluro of
.mines Kiuion .v vu.
CANVASHKltS WANTLD.
Any person wlshlnir to act iieriuiinently ns a
meal caiivnssei win icccivo inu nun prom pi m-
loriiiniiou oy iipjnj iiiK to
.IAMLS SUTTON 1 CO., Publishers,
oct2sdtf. W Maiden Lane, New York.
B lllCIC I linvo five liumlrcil tliousaiul
irood hard biirned inerchnntahle brick on
naiid nun tor saioon icusouuoiu it,-riiis, ncuso
tall and examine, warninteil to irlvii satisfac
tion. W.M. SI. ITUI.D.
ItutlanJ, August 1, 1573. UUKldlf
"yjTINKOAU HITTF.HS.
I'Uiir.i.v vehetahli:.
FHKH FitO.M ALCOHOL
1)11. .1. WAI.KKIl'A OlLU'OItNIA VINITIAll lllTTIUlS
ntu a purely egoinuto preparation, miuiu
chlclly from the natlvo herbs found on the low
er ranges of t lio Sierra Nevada mountains of
California, t hclineillelnnl proper! les of which are
extrncieil incrciiom w II linn t um ini; in imiiwi.
'rim niicstlnii l-i utmost dallv asked. "What Is
lliu cause of the unparalleled success of isi
ii in Em ruts 7'our answer Is that they icmovo
the case of disease, and the patient roeovein
hlshoalth. They are the great Mood purtller
and a Hfc-glvlng principle, a perfert lionovntor
and Imlgorntoi' of the system. Never before
In the history of the world has a medicine been
compounded possessing the remaikahle ipiall
iii.ui.rvivwi.it Hitteiis In hc.iUnir 1 lie Kick of
r medical Minuses anydlsease man Is l.elr to. They are a gentle
I ini llc il pmiHisis, ,,' . ftl( W(, ns Tonic, rallovlnjc Cnngcs
ildost vlnejards In tlon in- IhiI.hiiiii.iIUiii of the Liver nnil Visceral
Organs or Illlllous Diseases,
lilt. WALKEIt'S CAI.iroliNIA
vineoai:
11111 l.lirs
net on all these ea.ses In a singular manner.
Hy lmtlrylni: thu niood they iciiuno Iho eniiie,
uiidlij lesonlinraHaythocfffetsot tlielntum-
paits receive health, nnil a p( initincnt enrols
CilCL'lCU
ir mi:n will nx.iov ttooi) iiiiai.tii,
let Ihcmtise Vinhhh r.irri'.iis ns a medicine,
nnilavold Hie use of aleohollo bllmnlantx In
ecry form.
(IliATDl'l'I.TIIOt'SAND5!
nroclalni Vii-'fuit UiTTints Hie most wonderful
lnuiairant tnaleversusiainen ine siiii.invcRyH-
icin.
NO I'llliSONOAN TAIUITllllSi: .lllTTI'.ItS
aecorillnj,' lo illrocllons nnd remain lontf 1111-
wcn, proviiieii incir mines nre not (lesiuoeii n
mineral iiolson or other means, and II ul organs
wiihieu oc.Minti ri'paii .
III I.I. IOCS, Itll.MITTHNT, AND INiiMiMITTLNT
li;vi;i!S
which are so preMilent In the valleys of our
ureal livers Ihroiiiruuul Ihe rimed Males,
esp. chilly those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Mis
souri, Illinois, Tennessee, cuuilieil.iud, Arkan
sas, Hed Colorado, Itraos, Hlo (iiatide, I'eail,
.Miiiiiiina. Aiooiie. .ivanuau, imauoke. .lames.
nnil iiiany others, with Ihelr v.isl tilbutniles,
Ihrouir hout our eullro country i uiinir I he
siuamer and Auliiuin, and leiuaikably sodur-
ui? seasons oi unusual neai nun dryness, ure
Invariably accompanied by extensive derange
mentsof the .stomach mid liver, nnil nllKriili
doinlunlMsccr.i. In Ihelr trealiaeul, n puri;a
live, excrlllii; u iiovverriil tutliiciice UHin then"
arliius organs, Is essenl Lilly necessary. Tht re
Is no cathartic for the mriiose eipi il In Dr. .1.
Wai.kkk's Vinliiaii IIittkus, as tin'- will speed
ily lemovo the dark-colored Mscld matter with
wnicjuno oovveis nro Kiaiieu. ai inesanie t ino
slhnulatln tho secretions or thellver, nnd iren
erally restorlne; the healthy lunclloiis of lliu ill
fc'esllve ort'ans.
POltTIKY TKi: 110DY A tl A INST DISHAHI!
by piirlfvlnirnlltho llulils with Vini.chu ir-
Tiui.s. No epidemic can take hold ol I he system
thus fore-aimed.
DYSPEPSIA Ol! INDHlLsiiON,
heiul-nche, pain In Ihe shoulders, (otnrliK, tlht
ness of the chtsl, dl.lness, sore ei notations ot
the slomuch. had tasle lu the lnouih. hllloiis ul-
tacks, palpitation of Ihe he. in, liillainmallonot
Iho Iiius, p.iln lu the region ol the kidneys,
and a bundled other painful sjmploms aie olT
sprlmrs of dyspepsia, one bolllo will prove a
Oeliei 111. liailiee 111 lis llli'l IIS lliail a It'lllll
nilvcitlsemeni
SCHtiri'LA, (HE KINO'S IIVIL,
while swelllntrs, ulcers, Hryslpelas, swelled
neck, iroltre. scrofulous Inllamuiatloris, inercu
I lal atlectlons, old sores, eruptions of Ilia skin,
soio e.ves, etc. In these, us lu all other constl-
uiiioniu diseases, vv.w.KKiis vinfiivu iiuh.i:.s
have shown tltiir jrreui curative powers In the
most obstlnale and liilraclable cases.
I'OIt INI'I.A.MMATOltY ANDCHHONIC ItllllU-
MATIS.M,
limit, bilious, icmlltent and Inlermllteiil lovers,
diseases oi i no moon, uvor, hnineys anu oiau
ihi, these hitlers have no eiiu.il. Such diseases
are caused by vlllaled blood.
MLCHANICAI, DISHASHS.
Persons ericageil Inpalnls mid minerals, such
us plumbers, lype-setltis, k'olil-bcatcra mid
miners, as they uilvanco Hi llle, are subject to
paralysis of Iho bowels Tumiard usalnslthls,
lake a doso of Wai.kku's Vimiiau IIiiti:us oeca
slonalli. roil SKIN DISCASLS,
eruptions, teller, salt iheiiin, blotches, spots,
jiunpies, pimples, boiiB.catiJUncies.rini.'-ivorius,
scald heads, soio eves, ervslni'las. Ilch. scurfs,
dlscoloratlonsof the skin, huiuors nnd diseases
in inu skiii oi vvnaievcr name or iiaitue, ine
lllcrully diiir up ami earned out of Iho sjstcm
in u suori uuio ny ine u.s0 oi iiieso iniicis.
liNTAIIl: AND OTIILK WOll.MS,
lurklii!; In Ihesvslem of so many thousands, are
ellcctually dcntioved ami removed. No sibleni
of inedlclne, no eriiilnues, no authiiinhilllou
will tree the si stem from worms ko t he.se Hll-
leis.
rou ruMAi.i: complaints,
Iii youiiir or old. married or slnirle. ut tho il.inn
of womanhood, or the turn of ille, Iheso i'onle
iiuiers uispiuj so uccnivii mi inlluciicii inai im
provement Is soon perei'iillble.
CLIIANSIliili: VITIATKl) III.OOI)
vvhenevcr Sou 1 1 tit t Its lmputilles liuiullnt;
lhroinrh tho skin In nhnnles. eruntlons or sines.
cleanse It when von llnd II obstructed and slmr-
L'lsh In the veins : demise It when II is nnd :
jour rceiinirs win icu you wnen. Keep ino
iiiooii June, nun mo iieaiiu oi mo sysieni win
ioiiow.
, iieimsAi.it .( ;ra..
DriiL'i:lstsaiid (leneral Atrenls. San I'r.inelsco,
California, and corner of VS'asliluiflou and
Chai lesion sti'ccls, ,N. Y,
Rlll.ll I1V AM. lllll'fifliaTS AKD DEAI.KllS.
Oct. i. ilttv row ly.
woui) to 'nil': wise, i:tc,
Mn. IhiiTiui. A slranircr came lo Hulhiml a
few days since wllh a l.ir'o meiuoramliim of
tioous yiiuiA'ii in uie House I' iiriusilllli; line,
I e ca islnt cuirs ore. min e a few niiriiinses.
nnd then Mslted several other stores, shortly
aflerhe railed nifaln iimlsald "wherever I have
ucen in inipure lur uoo.n ino nnswer was liioy
nro Kepi oy
WF.HKS .t HAltllFlt,
so I luivn retuniiil lo buy what I want. Wi
would nuviso an who nro luokitix lor
IK) It HI! FU UN I HI! 1N1 (IOODS,
nnd would save time and shoe leather, to llnlsli
their naiiioraniiuui nefoio leavinBinusioio oi
octllUtl WKHKH & llAllllLlt.
riMIH FALL TICItM OF THU HUH
1, wlNOTON, VT,, SCHOOL
for yiiuuif ladles, will open on
Wi:i)Ni:.SDAY, HHITK.MIIKK Mh.
A limited number of boarders taken lulotho
rriticipniniiiiniiy for the j ear.
For terms upply to the Vrlnclpal.
J.0U1S POLLIINH.
Iteferenci President Anifell, Aim Arbor,
Mich.: Prof. M.l'nitv. iiiirllnirtnn. VI.: llev.J.
II. Worcester. I). II., Hiirlluk'ion, Vt. i Chief
ausuco rier xjini, viri-'cnuus, ,; nun, ii.
Hurt, Hwaiiton, Vt.
luiraat
Ojvorcdcs ami gvovtsitms
'J: 7
HOOTS
AXI)
SHOES
I 7 .
WITHOUT KF.OAltli TO COST,
I 7 .
TO MAUI! HOOM.
Tin: stock wn.i. hi: sold at
(H'FAT liAHOAIXS,
As 1 am bound to
a i. o .s ;
r
o u r
PIIHVIOI'M TO OCTOHHIt IMil
t
II U I! I! A It I)
1 7 .
M HltOHANTS1
HOW.
T. (! A 1) K X ,
Wholesale and Itelall Dealeisln
(ii:OCF.I!IF.S AND PltOVTSIONS,
ANN'I'.D lill'ITS, liCICI.IJS, C,
(II.ASS, KAItTHLNWAlti:
AND I'ANCY (IOODS.
Also, Dealers In
ll!Y (IOODS, SHAWLS, D11KSS
(ioods,
HOSIintY, (H.OVKS, SC., AC.
An nssoitincntof
OKXTS' FUIiXISIIIXC. (IOODS
Constantly on hand.
AOHNTS 1'Oli
MAIL STKAM Kits TO AND
itOM Kl'HOI'i:.
W HUM'S I'OIt ANY AMOUNT ON Till:
HANKS OI' IINOLAND, llil'.I.AND. SCOTLAND
AND WALKS.
t'OHNLIt l'liHKSHT AND KVLLYN STS.
ltUTLND, VT.
mildly
i: f. it t u it x i: it
sua a n HKPixixa company.
wall stiii:i:t, ni:w voiti;,
orfef for sale nil the various L'rndes of Hcllned
Sujfur ot superior ((uallty ut ihe ivv-estMarket
I llCOS. -V SUp.TIO- ipitllll ill VVIIUO im
on icci loners use. .mso.
STAXDAltD CltFSHFD,
STAND Alt!) POWDF.ltF.I),
STANDAliD C.lt.VNULATKD,
WIUTi: ('OFFFF A,
COFFF.F. F.XTliA 0,
And Ihe lower grades of
)' , , o ir s u a a ii
orders lo ho addressed to our ofllce In New
ork, Hi Wall Slreet, Cor, real I.
Parties orderlnt: 10 barrels can havu thorn as-
soricii.
Tiaiiis Thirty il.i.vs,
or Cash Hi J dajs, less
ierceiil.illscoiint.
V.. (1. llAXTF.lt,
I itkAsmiKit.
inui 13.11 f
1 8 r '
1 H 7 H .
o i. d it i: D
s t o it i: .
UHOQEIUHH AND PltO VISIONS,
CHEAP l'OII CASH,
(JIIF.STF.lt K1NGSLF.Y.
mayltf Mehcuants' How.
'HATTY'S N A II OH PIOICLKS.
I J crossn .V. lllackw ell's Pickles, llnlfonl's
Worcestershire Sauce, Nabob Sauce, In fact
nearly all kinds of English licklus can be. found
.., ' II VI' tl 1 I1SII 11 I ,SI
Ul
M
F S (' A T
(1 H A P 1! H
at
II. W. MAltSIIALL'S.
l iltUNFLLAS. PHUNF.S. CIIKHHIF.S.
1. Peaches, lllockherrles, llaspberrles.liiiins
liuciiieniiiics. Also, tin kiiiiisoi iruuw ni uuim,
lui sine ut ii. ii , jiiAiiniiiimj
imiylil&wly (Irovo street. llutlnil. t.
PLUS, from Ml cents to t.7li; ulso ff'slt
1 (Iruiniil f oi'l'HI!. nt
ll tt l A llUlt AT T'S
II. W. MAUKIIAI.I.'H
mnyltU'wIy
Corner ot drove and West Wts
ILIC HOHN vt JIAONOLIA FLOUH
II1U1U&W1 il, VI , JHrtlWM,"....
?Totcli5 and Sininij jtloomsi.
B
A It I) w i: LI. HOUS K .
J. IF. VHAMTOX, 1'ivpriitvi:
The llAHDWIM.t. HOt'SH Is located opposite
the Depot, and has lonir been favorably known
lo Iho travellnt; public. It has lioen lecenlly
Impioved, now nlTordlni; tho best and most
muiiio accoiiiinoiiaiiou in truesis.
The TAIII.K will lie supplied Willi nil the
luxuries of the Season, niidovcrynttcntloiiwlll
be paid In tho comfort of lis nations.
in ino mime, us in ine pasine rroprieiorin
tends to make it a llrst-class House alTurillmr
nil Iho ninifoiis of a home to the traveler. The
publlo palroiinee Is solicited.
A (looi) L1VKIIY In connection with tho
House.
Attentive I'OHTHHH will he found at Ihe De
IkiIoii tin; ui in ii I or nil trains.
juneuiu.Yvvii
L
aici: DUX. MO UK HOUSF,
HAI.ISHUltY. VHIIMONT.
F. P. HITCHCOCK', PiiiiPitiKnii:.
.1. W. POItiilll. MVNlllKII.
This well known nnd popular Hotel, situated
on the shores of Iiko Dunmore, has heen re
cently put In thorough repair. Several new
Cottaifes have been built and newly furnished,
nnd will ho opened .luno 1st, for the reception of
bo u dei-s and tourists. inajliSdlf
h () U 1 1) A
I'nim Novt'inlicr to Maw FInrMa Uthcfuvor-
Itn nisDrl fur iiorUimi ih-ddIp. 1ml Its limited
liotcLmiuclty inoM'iits ninny rrom lnukltilL
IIICirlIllIT IHIIIU', UI)(M(MU(l oinerwiM(Mio SO,
I( Is nronosctl lo build u Inn'o hold al home
ii it t hi i mo sun i u iiu'iM uu; loquirfnifniM or
ihnsn who ilcslii sittHTlor act'iiniinoil.'itltnih.
Mi f riM'Pl.'lw ut t hit SI. .T.iiiicu llnli.l .I.wiLkDH.
vine, lust wlhHT, cnaou's me ii npfak rontl-
(UMii iy as io uu' surcrss or mis piimtiii im'.
i-or inionnaiioa as in iuus, ,vt., amnvm
v. ii. ouvrs,
KilulnoK lloust.', MuiiclicstiT. Vt
N
ji:w mxiNo hall,
.1 i) 1 1: ,s' .i -v i) ii i: x r i. j: m i: x
11V
.1. W. FISIIKli,
((iiilnn's lllock,) Oii'osiTi: tin: DcriiT,
lil'TLAND, VEHMONT.
JfWaiin Meals til all hours.
lVilllo nnd
attentive wallers In attendance.
I'Yesh oysters rece ved dally, mid sold by the
iruuuu, ipian or lhiii.
.t'uvnituvr,
y K F K S vt 1! A It I! K It
AT NO. 1, Ol'KltA HOl'Si: 1ILOCK,
Keep ii full iissoiliniiit of tho following
HOUSF. FFltXISIIIXO GOODS
CHOCKKItY,
I'UHNITUKIli
CAiiiins,
litllNCil CHINA WAKH,
TAHLi: IILASS WAHH,
SII.VKK PIATKD WAlti:,
.lAPANNKD WAltll,
I'AINTHD TOILKT SHTS,
IIIIITANNIA WAKH.
TAllI.i: CUTLKIIY,
I'APKIl lIANfll.NIIS
WINDOW SHADKS.
TASMIILS AND COIIIIS,
IMPS AND LANTHIIS,
(IAS lTXTiriir.S,
stoni: wahi:,
Wholesale and He! nil.
LAMP CHIMNIIYS and IIUKNIMtS,
Wholesale and Itelall,
llol'SK I!I!HSHi:s,
lilATIIKIt llt!STi:its,
PLANT POTS,
PLANT HltACKKTS,
CAHI'llT SWKr.lT.IIS.
.Manufacturers ot
MATTKAHHKManil LOHNOKS, mid
(IKNKUAI. lirilOLSTKUINO
maylillf DO.Ni: TO cutiunt.
jaoots ami cs'how.
2sfavi:hi:i:xsi iii:AVi:iti:i:xsi
Till: ONLY COLD .V WATKII l'UOOl'
) I, O T II J! () O T
IN Till: MAHKKT.
All those troubled with corns mid cold feet
run get relieved by buj man pair at
NO, a MrUI'MANTS' HOW.
TVTUNS' I1UFFALO L1NF.D HOOTS
for Italliuud Men, nt No. t Merchants
ltow.
UUY Tin: WOHST
HOOT, A new
.U kind, only U.V), at
O. W. CUItHIEIl'S.
OLD LADIES HU.YVKK mid FF.LT
SHOES: ulsti, Congress Aniloovershoes,
o. W. ClIltl'.IEIt'S,
No, 0 .Merchanls' ltow.
jOOTS AND SIIOHS.
W. E. HOSS
Has now In store a lull slock of
HOOTS, SHOES AND KUHUF.HS,
which he Is selling ut cMicliniy low prices.
A OA HD,
I have Just received Iho agency for Munson's
""""lled New York slioes, mid shall endeavor
at all times lo halo a full lino of nil widths and
I
sizes.
Yours respectfully,
W. K.
No. B, Merchants' ltow, Hutland, Vt,
Oct SO illy.
IXS.MAN As KOSS
Wtshliisiiv lo Ihelr l'llll'.NDS and the nubile
cenerally, (notwllhstandlnironoof our brother
inercnanis sajs we Keep no nrsv cius-s xuuns,
that wo have received, thu present week an-
oiner
JIAJI.MOTH STOCK,
Includlni; u full llneot
DOMI'.STK.'S,
n.ANNi:t.s,
l'ANOY (lOODH,
NOTIONS,
YOHU and (HJlPUItl! l.Af.i:s,
(1IMPS and l'IHNtli:s,
bought cheap ami llrst quality.
IllisinilY AND Kill (II.OVES,
mid a full line of
OASIIl.Mi:ili:S,
HULL POPLINS,
SHAWLS,
CLOAKS,
and a world of
I) It : S S
0 () O I) S
at twenty-live cents a yard nnd upward.
We want money, and will mako It for the In
terest of any one vvaiitlngt'ooiis In our lino lo
give us a call.
aiiknts ron
i r r i: ii x c k n i' a r r i: n x ,
HIIUAIH AND SCISSOKS,
ohkhnai, oni: i'hici: stoih:.
No. 3, .Merchants' ltow,
Idly liUTI.ANP, VI'.ltMONT.
vnr k siiioiiMAX
ALL IJKST PHIXTS, lOle.
iiinil Prlnls, tr:., (s yards.) l'rcnch Prints,
:ioe., leiliiced trom .vie. IJidles Aierino
Vests, f I. Hed Hose. r.toSI. Kllg-ll-.li
Socks, at, ;r., s,.
Thellnesl Mock of Ihigllsh nnd l'rcnch
I! L A C K O O O I) S
IN VEKMONT.
U X D F. It W H A H .
The tlnest and cheapest goods In New Kncland.
I.AD1KS' VKSTS, 11.0.1.
nosiKiir axi iii.ori:s, kid,
J,0(li) YARDS DltKSS GOODS
In remnants, al from ISVC. to wc; value 'iv. to
IJ.Ooajaid.
III.ACK SILKS,
il.M, il.'', fl.sT, fi.'JD, l-.'i's UW, !3.U).
Vilriln, Yilirtieiii, Timnoi, ftttiii
nnil .SVCi fur Trimming,
llMIIHOIDI'.ltKD SAXONY FLANNELS, lied JSC
i he largest slock of llanni'ls In Vermont,
SCO DIAI'KIt, JI.'A 10 )ards.
Any lady wanting I'UHS Hi .Mink, Seal or
litih. can save Honi i.l to If, by giving us
thelrorder, on upproiiaiion.
I1UHT & SIIF.liMAN.
OCt.'-'U. IsTS
iy?
SKPTHMIJKK.
1873.
(I It AND ol'KNINd
:ii'
DHY OOODS,
AT
PAItKIIUHST tt C'O.'S.
C. A
We havoln slure the largest assortment, tho
greatest variety of until
I'll Hi: I (IN AND DOMESTIC
DHY OOODS,
l'ANOY (lOOlvs, NOTIONS and NOVELTIES
Ol U1IJ Ol y iroous iiuusu iii uicniiur. hum nan mu
special attention ul iiei'sons Hi pursuit of goods
In . in r line lit onr Kllick.
Wo have selected goods fur tho early l'all
trade Willi great caie, and have bargains Hi
every department woriny ino intention ur per
sons iruiu i.iriiuii near "ui
.1 A C l It E !. 1 N E C O I! S E T
Is giving uiieiiuuled satisfaction. Our assort
ment of
SIIIHTINO 1T.ANNELS,
WOOLEN CLOTHS,
1IHOA1) CLOTHS,
DOMESTIC COTTONS
AND l'HINTS
Is comnlete.
Ill WATEHPltool' CLOTHS wo have every-
thing desirable, at prices from f 1 no to li.isi i-r
ynrii,
HLACK SILKS from lusj to H.on.
SHAWLS In emlless Mirletv.
KID (ILOVEsi, ,7.1. tl.oo, 1.M, l,l!i per
pair, w.irniiiieii.
C. A. PAItKIIUHST, & CO.
S3 MEHI.'IIANTS' HOW,
seplO.lt f
Itiitland. VI.
RUCTION.
OPERA HOUSE llWK'K,
WAT Iv INS it OA DY
will continence closing out their
IMMENSE STOCK Ol' CLOTIIINO,
tUKSLsiiisti noons, noors ash suuiis, tiiunks
RIGS AMI VALIbKS,
Al Cost and less, as said slock must all bo clos
nl out before January Ist Islt.
AUCTION SALE
KVKHV SATUItllAV KVKMSU.
I'. W, W ATKINS. WM. 1 OAIIY,
Ituthuid. Oct, II, 1ST3. 3llld3vv,
rpWKNTY DQLLAH8 HHWAHI)
Will bo paid for tho
lllii'UCTION, AltltEST AND CONVIOTION.
mS,,?
iiieinury ot my ciiiiu iu iuu l uiiiuiiu cemutory
Ill this jilaco.
DANIKL CRONAN.
augvfatf
She j&ttttumlgjuittj (Dtobc.
WKDXKSDAY, NOVKMIIKK .1, 1873.
Itlltllllllt (.'oiiiilj.
CAfeTt.r.TON.
Hev. .Milton Tator of the Methodist
clititcliexcliatigcd imlpltslastSalibatli with
Hev. .1. Philips of Salem, N. Y., formerly
pastor of tho church In Ihh place. Mr.
Philips Is In Impaired henllh, the result of
uu Injury from a fall some months since
The services of tho Congregational socie
ty were conducted last Sabbath by Hev It
O Williams ofj the Seminary. Hev .Mr
Ayres onlclntlng In Faiibavcn.
A eopartnet ship has recently been formed
between H. 0. Drown and A. L. Kellogg
for the manufacture of composition slate
pencils These gentlemen hale leased the
grist mill propeity belonging to L. L.
Uardwcll, and me nlicady actively en-
gaged In preparation. One branch of the
business will bo the manufacture of black
board crayons, nil tirtlclo much needed to
take the plate of the disagreeable and tin-
wholesome chalk crnvon now In use.
The family of Dr. A. (5. W. Smith aie
again stricken with sorrow by the Intelli
gence of the death of K.ra, eldest son of
,..,.....,. n ru. ..!....
in, mill ..lis. .June oiiiiiu v.tiii 111 o.tu 111111-
cisco, Cal., by a railroad nc cldent Oct. s:H.
Ho was 20 years old. .
A forlorn looking paity anived here on
the half-past eleven a. in. train last Tups-
day enroute for Salem jail hi charge of
two ofllccrs. It consisted of four persons,
a father, one son and two daughters, the
lather and son chained together, rags tint-
tering In the wind as they paced the plat-
form, followed by the two girls clad In
garments of the poorest ilcscrlpton. They
were all under sentence for stealing cheese
from .1 car, and presented altogether the
most pitiable spectacle which lias been pa-
railed in our mliKt for a long time. From
the baggage car of the same train was
lifted a box containing a corpse. The community which draws nearly all their sus
young men in charge wcie nnticcalily ictl- tenanee from Ibis heavy lreiglit. Let me
cent lespretin it, nnd it did nut trnn-piro compare the tarill" on the Xew York (Yn-
until next day that it was the body of J
Simeon liassett, late proprietor of the
floating buttery on the lake, who was
shot several days previous. The town an-
thorltics of lSenson provided for Its re-
tnoval to Kagloliridge, the firmer residence j bare fact? There is not a business man up
of liassett, nnd the 1:30 train conveyed it on the line of the road but feels this.
to that place.
James Kilbourn Hyde, eldest son of A.
W. ami 31. KlUabcth Hyde, died October
iSOth, at the residence of his parents lu
Hyilovillc, after a painful and protracted
illlness of six weeks. He was 21) yeais of
age. His disease was typhoid fever, and
although he i ecetved the most constant and
devoted caru from his friend?, and the best
medical skill to be obtained, every elfort to
relieve and cure were liuitless. He bore
bis long nnd distressing illness with siie
lar patience and resignation. The funeral
was attended Nov. 1st from the resilience
of his patents, and was under the conduct
of F. II. Al matrons. The lie.uiliful and
huprcsslvu KpKciipal service for the dead
was read by Hev. W. 0. Davenport, rcclor
of tho church in Ilydeville, James K.
Hyde and Ersi C'arr, whose death has been
mentioned above, were born on the same
day of the year and month, and died on the
same day of the week, but one wick apart.
The following list of ollleers of Castle-
ton Lodge Xo US I O nf U T, for the en-
suing quaiter, wcie installed on Mond.iv;
Xov. 3d, by Lodge Deputy II ( Ilrown
W C T, M II Cook j W V T. Lucy Wood;
W S, Herbert Ostrander ; W F S,
AVill'unis ; W T Alvin l.oveland ; W M,
Wiii'Kcnnoy j W ( Hev Win llimes ; W
10, Win Liingdon : W O (i, Jesse Jack
son : W 11 11 S, Airs M II l noK : Vt I, II
S, .Mrs S A Ilrown ; W A S, .Mary Dili-
blnsi WAM, Miss Hobctts W P T, T
P Smith. W .
IIVN11V.
Thu ground was slightly covered with
snow on the morning of Saturday.
Levi llurrctt, formerly of Dauby, was in
town last w eek.
Cider is now per barrel.
Julius Hart, died on Thursday Oct. -"Jth,
alter some two weeks illness. His funeral
was attended at Tinmouth on Saturday.
X good many potatoes have been sold
. , , , , - , , ,
hero the past week at 10 cts. per bushel.
J. C. Williams lias just received a splen
did stock of Diaries for 187
The public examination of school teach
ers, tor the common schools ot u.inuy,
will be held at the school houc, l)lt. Xo,
!, at the Corners on Saturday the 8lh.
.1. C. firinilh has sold his farm to L.
Campbell, known ns the Isaac Sweat farm,
Several law suits are pending.
a.
JlKI.il tNICs.VII.LE.
llimlncss In our village has not us vet
heen much depressed by t''o financial pan
ic. P. F.. Chase's sales for the month of
September in wares of his manufacture
were greater than ever before in the same
month, since he has been In business. In
October there was a slight falling oil' lu
orders received, but ho is working Ids usual
number of men, employing nl the present
time, some twenty-two men iu ids shop.
.Marshall Taihcll is liu.il v engaged iu
repairs in and around Ids buildings prcp.tr
utury fur cumliig vvintcr and also In build
ing an nildliiou to his store house hi front
of liis shop, Titrhell is working at the
present tinio from twenty to thirty men and
is full of business,
Isaac Dickerinan has bnuglit the
.
""
formerly owned by Henry W. Hull and i
busily engaged iu making preparations tn
build a new hou-othe coming spring in
tending to make for hlnnelf a good sub
tnntlal homo. There Is room (or more
likohlm. Who will bo the next?
Tho Sociable of tho Methodist ( hiirch
met at H. 1). Hsrrlnglou's Oct. 30th. We
bear that Moses with his accustomed lion-
pltalfty gave them a good cordial welcoino
on the occasion.
On Saturday evening Nov. 1st , the
frlemls and neighbors of SI D. Harrington
from dlfletont p.tti of the tow,
(he number ot lorty or moru uiutic uuciu
I Musci n rel goai old fmWoned family
visit The Fast Wntllngforil band was
in full nttumlance to iliseotirno their host
intislc for tho occasion nnd one and all.liotli
old and younjr, expressed but one thing on
leaving that it was a pleasant nnd enjoyable
occasion. An oyster supper with a table
full of other delicacies was served to ihe
assembled cuests in a most hospitable man.
Ucr and It will bo remembered bv nil in
attendance ns one of the most noreeabl..
social gatherings of which no one knows
i,cUcr low t0 lnako lhan unclc M .
his most estimable wife.
i.i:tti:ics cito.n -riai: i"i;oii,i:,
fn iijlils mi llir llcnsseliior .V Sar-
iil of u iciiilroiut.
Faiiiiiavi.'.v, Nov. 3. 1873,
Uililor Hutlanil (ilobc:
In the (Jt.oui: ot this morning there is
copied from tho Troy Times, an apology
for the extortionate charges of freight on
tho Itcnsselaor & Saratoga llallroad. A
witness before a court of justice is sworn
to tell the whole truth and nothing but the
truth.
If that rule were to be applied to the va
rious articles that have appeared of late in
the Troy Times, apologizing tor this Itail-
road, it would at least, put the Times in a
position to caiiH' its defence of that eoi
poration to he but little credited. While I
admit ihero is no sucli uncomfortable tier-
son to get along with as the- one who growls
w ithout a caue, yet I do think if the or-
rors of the Times are not corrected, many
people will think them facts. As I under.
stand it the shippers of Hutlanil County
never found fault that this road charged
81. .M) for carrying live hundred pounds of
dry goods from Trov to I'nlrliaven, but
that our shipments are all heavy material,
like slate, marble, paints, etc. Xovv if the
'Ames article is true the man that IhuMault
with it does wrong, but, on the other band,
if the whole truth is not stated then its er-
rors should lie printed out, especially to n
tral wltii 1!. & S. I'roni Schenectady to
ISutV.ilo, freight in heavy goods is one cent
,,.r ton per mile. From Fairhaven to
Schenectady it is !1 1-7 cents per ton per
mile. Will the Troy Times publish that
Xovv upon tho point of through freight is
it right to charge Itlpley Sons twice as much
for drawing a ear from Hutlanil to Schencc-
tady as it Is w orth for the privilege of draw-
ing a car from .Schenectady to Hutland, des-
filiation Iloston, for one quarter what it is
worth? Is it right In charge mc $12,."0 for
a ear of coal from Whitehall, nine miles,
and draw a car for Mr. Smith from Schen
ectady lo 1 1 ut la n .1 , eighty-live miles for
12.00? I take it that the land upon which
this road is built was taken for the benefit
of the country through which it passes.
Facts imilliplv as we investigate this thing.
1 urn the subject in nnv way vou chooe.
enmparu w ith any Ho.ul you chouse, and the
fact will show itself, tli'at the corporation
are extortionate in their charges to Ver
mont shippers. Special pleading and petti
fogging by the Troy Times will not help
them.
As you have given tho statement of tho
Times to your readers it U not unfair to give
this correction alo, to those who are all'ec
tod by these heavy charges. They now
charge us S 1-2 cents per mile, passenger
tarill iii Vermont, but they have promised
to reduce it to cents per mils. That is
enough; I think It will be satisfactory.
l or the past six years 1 have written
many letters upon thu subject and 1 think
I know whereof I speak. If the parties
who now run the road were so fooli-h as to
agree to pay twenty-one per cent. Interest
upon the capital stock of the road in order
to get an outlet for their coal mines, they
should not nsk Hutland County to pay it
and then have their organ siiub'us leeau-e
we find fault at it. o. n, s.
tirlh llcliiiliiglini.
CATHOLIC FAIL".
The ladies of the X'oith liennlngton
Catholic Society held a fair and festival at
Hank Hall In that illa-e last Fiiday and
S ilui'day evenings, fur Ihe purpose of pro
curing liiuds to nslst In icpairing their
church, which they have been recently en
larging and otherwise improving. This is
not an Independent parish, but is upplied
by Hev. .1. ('. O'Dvvyer of liennlngton,
from w bleb pla e a large number were in
nltiitdaiH'i1, lliioiigh the kindness of Supt
White, vv lio placed a special train at the
ilispns.il of the society, so that all desiring
to attend from Hciiiiiiigtnu could dn so
ami ilium home ilie same ni'ht whiili
train was run under the direction of F..
piess .Messenger llalloran.) This society
lias not been long In iivlsiciice, and when
services wcie Hist stalled they procured;!
Iiuihluig loriniily used as an academy anil
converted Iho same into a church, but us
tho place increased in size, Ihe congiega
lion did alo, until it finally became ncces
sury lo liuilil anew or enlarge the old
linn, i rcnor i . run, wuu ins accus
tinned liberality, came forward and dona
toil them one-hall acre ol lauil adliiluliig
the lot on which the church stood, and it
was Dually decided tu build an addllion In
the old edifice nnd repair it iu a thorough
manner. The repairs have Issii done in
i substantia! m.iiiiii r. New windows.
doors, and oilier parts have been put in,
nnd wllli the new addition tlie.v haw a
vcrv coinfoi table and well ai ranged church.
ami one that is seldom cipiallcd Hi any vil-
l.igc ot this sie. The b ill was unite taste
fnllv decorated wllh evergreens while Ihe
national and Irish Hags wo.v iiuile roic
siilcuotis. The tallies were well supplied
w lilt mo vai ions in iicies i ui i i ii iur sate,
(which was done by selling tickets and
embraced ninny very tine ami excellent
pieces of woi k. Woiioilcpil among those
present many from the oilier chinches lu
this village, who, for time being, had laid
aite u.r sectarian beliefs, and who, by
their presence, sliovved that they wcie
.. iin...i ..i.i I.....1 ln.ii.iii.f ii.in.t ti.
i .tilling unit .inu' ii. i. . .. ... .'."r, . '
those who wcie aiiiiealing lor aid. The
hall was quite
oniforlahlv lllled by the
crowd that were in attendance anil .nothing
ZUTCZ
criMm nm supper tallies, the grab hag. ring
and guess cakes, and other articles offered
for lo wcni p.itnmlsi, we were icil to
I lietiuie lllill lliu paint; mill nob niict it-u
ti.0 ,,eonle of this society, Tho iccelpts of
both evenings were isflO, from which
about 700 profit will be icnllyetl. Mini.
flnu mibU,M .,, mwnrdcontribuling to
Iho success nnd pleasure of the fair. Sat
".''Vtidui! the Llnco n C orijct mi.
'".. ' , I',..' ..V, . ,i
to w 'Zty .tie ,o be congratula.
ien on ine vvciiiiieiiteu nunvn uiiciiuiiis
I Ihelr efforts.
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