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WI3DNI3SDAY, NOV13MH13R 5, 18711.
TERMS IN ADVANCE,
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... 8 00
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Address nLOUH l'Al'KIt CO., llutland, Vt.
The Pennsylvania railroad company have
declared no dividend, mid tlio stockholders
mc said to be getting nnxtoua. Cause why?
-not oC the anxiety, but of the want of
dividend, The. report Is that the money
market is so stringent, In London, Hint
money catinot lie borrowed, i:ccllent
railroad management tli.it, which goes to
London to borrow money, upon which to
I use and pay dividends.
Who ran tell the considerations that gov
ern the human mind ? Amid financial cm
Ittrrassments, when manufactories nroolos
iinr. men are being discharged, or given
half woik to save them from want and suf
IVring, the masons of New York city select
H a suitable time to inaugurate, a strike.
Thousands upon thousands of woikmen,
all over the country, are seeking employ
ment, but can llml none ; and yet hen; arc
Inc. thousand men abandoning ttoik
i hiioslug rather to leinaln Idle and cnduie
waul, than woik for a few cents less per
. t IV.
IM.icc a few Items, iceciU'd by telcgiaph
e.slordny morning, in juxtaposition, and
Hie fool fid effect of the financial dllllculty
may, pel haps, be belter appiccialcd. S!
thousand out of eight thousand jewellers
me idle at Newaik, 3Sew Jersey ; lliere is a
Marked dirio.i.'e in lcccipls of Inure rall
inads In New Yolk, and some lines have
icditml the number of cais ; It is coinpti
l. tl that live thousand operatives aie out of
employment at Pateison, New Jersey ;
the Dinfurth locnmntlic works will nm on
iidftlmo. through Hie winters two htin
.ind llfly men have been discharged from
fie ea.-lern division of the liric railroad, and
. icdiif'tion in wages has been going on for
Mime time; the shawl factory of .Tunics
liay iVCo., of Schenectady, employing two
hundred hands, will nm on half time; the
liel.iwaie, Lnckatvana & Western railroad
c unpany are woiklng on four-fifth's time ,
the Domestic sewing machine company,
ut Newaik, Xew Jersey, have discharged
l wo hundred and twenty-three employes j
Mid that Is not all, but enough. Tills, be
it lemcnibeicd, is lint a paitial iccord of a
simile day, and all days neai ly alike Win
ter is upon us. Thcrefoie practice econo.
my and lcmembcr, cither in jour abun
dance or with your mile, the sick mid suf
fering, the poor niul the needy.
"twici: ir ji:oi-.it iv."
It is strange, It is parsing strange, how
so.ni great principles w hich underlie, even
the foundation of free Institutions, forming
the very bulwark of the liberty of the per
son and the freedom of the citizen, arc for
gotten or are, temporarily, buffered to
pjss Irom memory. Notwithstanding their
origin is found In the teachings of the
Divine .Muster, that it were better that
liiiicty-nine guilty persons should escape
than that one innocent person should suf
fer, the world was governed for centuries
upon Hio contrary principle. H wcie, per
haps, neaicr the exact truth to say that the
question of guilt or innocence did not,
down even to a lecent period,
enter into the punishment or oxc
euliou of alleged criminals or ob
noxious persons. Rven in the great charter
of liberties wrested from John which is
the foundation of the so-called constitu
tions of (Treat Riitaln the principle was
not fully recognized. The utmost conces
sion was that "no freeman should be
nrrested, or Imprisoned, or disseised of his
land, or outlawed, or ttatroytd in any man.
nrr," "but by the lawful judgment of his
pceis, or by the law of the land." At
what particular period of Knglisb history,
that broader, deeper, and more impoitant
principle, looking to the safety of human
life, declaring that no man should be
placed twice in jcapordy of his life or
limb for the same alleged ofTensc, we can
not, at tills moment, say, and it matters
not. Tyrants and despots found easy
methods to avoid either principle, and the
life and liberty of the subject was measu
rably, at the will of the kingly ruler, law
or no law. In America, howeer, it has
always been different ; and during nearly
a ccntuiy, the rules to which we have ic
fericd have been pi uctically In force in most
Hurnpcuii countries, always excepting
times of involution or popular tumult and
commotion when their application, in the
tine lcller and spirit, are thu most noces
iry. In order that there might bo no loom for
quotum, the first Congicss. under the con
dilution, 3idcli assembled in 1780, pro
posed an amendment to the constitution
thing the matter beyond all peradventuie,
which was speedily ratllled by the requisite
number of states and thus became n part
ol our organic law Indeed, it became n
I t.ti t thereof ne.uly us soon as the original
'iistruiiiiiit was assented to by nil of the
old Hill teen slates or colonics The piopo.
.ition was embraced In tho "fifth amend
incut," and In these words s "Nor shall
"any person be subject for the same of
" feme to be twice put hi jcnpaidy of life
or limb," It Is evident from cotcmpora
neoiis history that the icnl purpoit and
ni'Miiing of this provision was not fully un.
ilerslood at the time of Its passage j mid
from these facts, although Hie principle was
by no means now, wo aie led to Infer that
it was differently Interpreted as the gov
eminent of particular countries approach.
I'd, or receded from, despotism, liberty reg
ulated by law, or actual lawlessness. We
learn from n icportcd case, heard as early
as 1570, that tho principle was ucknowl.
edged as ono fundamental to tliu libcity of
the subject In Great Uiltaln, but In that
cno-tliat of Whltcbread and Fcmvlck
a novel course was taken to evade It. The
guilt or the accused seemed to admit of no
moral doubt, but thero was n fatal defect
in the evidence, mulcting It Impossible to
convict nnd making it tho swotu duty of
the jury to acquit. Of courso a verdict of
acquittal would have discharged tho prison
crs, giving them a perfect nnd perpetual
Immunity from punishment. The crown's
iittornoy, therefoic, ngalnst the- protest of
the accused, but with the consent of the
judges, discharged tho jury before tho con.
elusion of tho trial, "In order to procuro
moio full proof at n subsequent trial."
The other extreme was taken by tho most
eminent attorneys of Pennsylvania In tho
case of John Ilaucr and others, Indicted
for murder soon after tho adoption of tho
constitutional amendment, nnd which Is
one of tho few catiics cckbre, In this coun
try, of the last century. Therein, It was
claimed that Holier having been discharged
by reason of a defect In a former Indict
ment, but without a trial, could not again
bo "put In jeopardy." Indeed, Judge
Story decided so late as 1831 that after
the trial of a respondent by n competent
jury, upon n good Indictment, which re
sulted lu a conviction, thcic could hu no
new trial granted, no mnttcr what errors
might have Intervened, because the accused
could not bo "twice put In jeopardy."
This was In a case In the United Btatcs cir
cuit court at Boston, and hns not been fol
lowed ns a safe precedent.
Notwithstanding this principle has been
for so many years acknowledged nnd Is a
part of the constitution of the United
States which Is the supremo law of tho
land yet, when It was announced that
ono of the jurors In tho Stokes case had, as
It was nllcged, been bribed In the Interest
of the prisoner, the several New York
newspapers, nt once, despatched reporters
to the district attorney's olllce to ascertain
If tho eircct would be to bet aside the ver
dict of manslaughter, nnd allow the state
to, again, put him In jeopardy of his life.
The context of the "fifth amendment"
shows that its friiniers did not intend to an
nounce a new proposition, but that It was
meiely declaratory of well known and long
established principles. Thus It provides
that no person shall be held to answer for
a capital crime except upon duo present
ment or Indictment s shall not be deprived
of life, liberty or piopcrty without duo
process of law i and that private property
shall not be taken for public use without
just compensation nil of acknowledged
validity, in fence before the settlement of
the country, and the foundations of lliitish
libcity. llcingsoold, so well established,
so vital, it is passing strange that Intelligent
men, hi almost the last quaiter of the ninc
tccnlii cenluiy, should have been Ignorant
thereof but such seems to have been the
case. As wo said in the outset, It is found
cd upon the divine piecept that it were
better that ninety and lime guilty persons
should escape than that one innocent man
should suffer. So sacred Is the principle
held, ns involving personal liberty, that
after a verdict of acquittal has been ren
tiered, an avowal of guilt would not en
able the stnto to try and punish the guilty
man, Such an Instance has, in fact, oc
curred in our country's history. A man,
indicted for murder, was acquitted by the
jury for want of siilllclent evidence, and
was, of course, discharged. With an
effrontery and depravity, hardly to bo con
ceived of, before leaving tho court room, he
confessed to the crime, narrating all tho
horrid details, evincing an extraordinarily
secretive and fiendish disposition, and
closed by saying that lie had "laid in wait"
for his victim for weeks and months be
fore the crime was consummated. Ho left
the court of law and justice a free man,
and tho law and courts were powerless to
deal with hhn. It may seem a reproach to
the administration of justice that such
should be the case ; but it is fur better so
than that an Innocent life should perish on
the scaffold, or that he should bo liable, at
every new wave of popular excitement, to
be again and again called upon to make his
'mi: wouxii or .iir.itoAvi 11.1:
That " a good name Is a peail of great
price" is an old, trite, thrcad-barc saying,
but it is true nevertheless. It has, more
over, just had a splendid illustration in
that great, selfish, busy emporium of the
country. In New York city, we expect to
find nothing but a selfish, exacting greed ;
everyone caring for himself, and letting his
friends and neighbors go where they ideas
cd. As loug us his ow n financial condition
was sound, the most cherished friend
might go to tho wall for all the aid that
would be lcndcrcd, save upon the most am
ple security and then it would be given
grudgingly and with hesitation amounting
to almost a denial. Commercial honor and
mercantile integrity are, It proves, worth
something, even there. It is well known
that II. 15. Claflln & Co. were financially
embarrassed, but before the bank presi
dents could decide whether or not to grant
them tho nid needed icportcd at some
tlirco millions of dollais the danger was
over and they were us sound as ever. Their
friends and creditors, ns soon as it was
known that aid was wanted, stepped for
ward, without solicitation, and bridged
over the whole dllllculty. Security was not
asked or requited. And why? I5ecau.se
they had established a name fur commer
cial honor nnd mercantile Integrity, which,
nt the present time, was of more value than
bonds, notes, moitgages or bank stock.
The effect of their safety from temporary
suspension was almost instantaneous upon
the market. Notwithstanding tho Ilnnk of
Knglaud had raised Its' rate of discount to
the almost unprecedented rate of eight per
cent., the niiiiket became " buoynnt," nnd
prices of stock advanced from one to five
per cent. ; and tho close of business hours
showed a more cheerful nnd hopeful phase
than lias been witnessed since the first days
of the panic. A leading financier of New
York city related to a reporter of the Trib.
xine, an Instance of the street business
honor and Integrity of tho firm, and of Its
leading member II. 15. Clallln which wo
cannot forbear quoting ; and wo commend
It to tho young men of the country for their
Instruction and Imitation.
In speaking of their embarrassments, be.
fore Hie nld was rendered, he Bald that tho
"action of Clallln In 1&T7 was a sufficient
gtiaranlBO that tho creditors would not 6tif
fer for any accommodation. When the
crush came In Hint year the firm of Claflln,
.Mellen & Co. suspended payment, like
hundreds of others. A meeting of tho cred
itors was held, and tho proposition was
made by a committee, to whom the terms
of settlement wero referred, that tho Ann
should give Its notes for seventy per cent.,
running from tbreo to six months ; when
theso were paid, It tho firm was able, It was
to glvo notes for tho remaining thirty per
cent Then, when these wcro paid, inter
est was to bo paid on tho seventy percent,
nnd afterwards on tho thirty per cent.
Theso terms wcro deemed to bo very liberal
toward tho creditors, and tho greater num.
her unhesitatingly acceded to them. A
few, however, demanded seventy per cent,
lu cash. Their claims against thoflnn wcro
purchased by tho Bpcaker and others ut this
figure, and tho settlement was mndo on tho
terms proposed by tho committee. Tho firm
resumed business and tho creditors wero
paid in full, with Interest. More than this
Jfr. Clnfllu procured a list of those who had
sold their claims for less than their value,
visited them, and paid tho difference, with
Interest. Ho paid In this manner to per
sons who had no legal claim against him,
4210,000. When remonstrated with byhis
friends for paying those who had no legal
claim against him, and who had acted In an
uugencrous spirit toward hhn when he
most needed sympathy and nld, Jlr. Clallln
replied that he did not wish any man to bo
nble to say with truth that he had lostadol.
lar by dusting to his mercantile honor."
Jolit mill Sliver oiiiinge.
The Director of the .Mint, In his annual
report for tho fiscal year ending Juno 30,
gives the amount of gold and silver depos
its ami purchases, coins struck and stamped
and bars manufactured during the year, ns
..,."'0,11.17, tin !.".
. ...l'.',o07,3s'J 43
Total lij.sil.sis ss
Deducting rc-deposlts innduaml Issued by one
Institution und deposited with another, the ilu
posits wero :
ouid ;37,"oi,sv- ss
Siller 0,14.1,32 13
Total fGC,S4ii,7l4 31
Hold pieces, I.SiUJH, valued at ..3.1,210,337 to
sil ver pieces, 11,;h,!M), valued nt.. 2,01.1711.1 M
Jllnorpleees, is,92.i,ikk), valued at.. 401,1.10 CO
. Total t!2,B23,SM $3S,C'1I,1S3 no
liars tine gold $7,toli.i(l sn
I uparted gold I2,mo,j 2.1 211,10.1.1:1 c 11
M110 silt er ii,(l,2.v.i M
I'nparted Killer s,'jss,c.ii 7,021,014 f0
Tolnl 27,.ll7,r,ri ill
Union I'uritlo ICnllroiiil.
The following Is a statement of the
traffic department of tho Union Taclllc
rail road company 1
Scut. IS73. Sept. 1872.
Netcntnlngs.... .107,00) 12 110,731 so
Increase gross earnings for Sept J20.1,S2 (10
Increase net earnings for Sept 147,303 32
.1.111. 1 to sept. 30, 'is. Jan. I to sepl. 1.0, '72
K.llnlnifS 7,30(3,024 111 $li,23S,32l 27
Expenses 3,l2,Ss2 70 3,.1I7,.122 87
1.1. uiu I lilies. . . ,1.1,111.1,1-11 su
Increase grnssearnliigs for 0 mos
Increase not o.unlngs for 11 mos...
Net earnings.... 3,073,141 so i,con,70S 40
Tlio Cirvitt Coal monopoly.
The Heading Railroad Company, which
lias gone so largely into monopolizing
Pennsylvania coal lands, wants subscrip
tions to a S-10,000,000 six per cent, gold
loan, which was put on Hie London mar
ket on the 23d of October. The transac
tions of this company in land and transits
are simply enormous, niul Ibis year the
company Increased its net income up
to September 30th, sl,10!),7i!l; Its totnl
earnings for the ten months being 12,
022,221, ngalnst !10.'50,lfi0 for the same
period In 1872.
It is a remarkable fact, says the Haiti
111010 Sun, that three of our grout lailroads,
should the Reading get this one taken In
London, will have negotiated 10,000.000
each In London tills year. The R.ilthnoio
and Ohio was Hie first, at tho vciy best
rates, and the Pennsylvania load claims to
have negotiated the same amount prior to
the late panic on tills side. The Readln
railway is 708 miles in length, with tracks
and sidings equal to 1,33 miles of single
The Philadelphia and Reading Coal and
Iron company, the capital of which is held
by the Reading railroad, owns 00,000 acres
of coal lands, on which there are ninety
collieries, pioducing annually four millions
of tons of coal, and may lie increased
double or treble this amount. It is stated
that receipts for the current year from rail
road Unfile will bo 15,000,000, against
ij 12, 12.1,000 in 1872, and the entire gross
receipts of the year fiom the two com
panics will be over 22,000,000.
It is added that this increasing tralllo ic
(ptiies increased facilities for carrying and
the opening of the mines of coal. The
scarcity of vessels has created a necessity
for an addition to thu company's licet of
Iron-screw colliers lor shipping nt Poll
Richmond, -which amounts to two und a
half millions of tons a year. Hence tills
now loan is called for. It Is contended on
the one hand that the public is to bo bene
filed in this matter of tho Rending railroad
by Hie greater combined facilities In coal
operation and transportation, while on the
other hand It is held that Injurious mvio-
poly and contiol of the coal interests gen
crally is tube the result.
A 'J'vrrililu Dialli.
For several weeks 1111 Italian couple, a
surly Neapolitan of an unpronounceable
name, and his youthful nnd handsome wife
have been travelling through New Jersey
towns exhibiting a big black bear that
danced nnd performed tricks. They passed
through Newaik early IViday morning,
crossed tho Passaic river, and after giving
1111 exhibition of the bear nt Hast Newark
proceeded on their way to Jersey City.
While about a mile above Hie Lodi Hotel
the man tied thebiute to a water pipe be
longing to tho Jersey City aqueduct and
told his wife that it would lie belter for
hhn to proceed to the cily first and engage
a stable for the bear. The woman was to
remain with the bear until his return. He
returned about 2 p. in., and found his wife
dead in the bear's dutches. Tin inn in
Kast Newark and Mimmnucd tho authorities
who shot tho beast and took care of tho
body. Her arms and chest were crushed,
and tho mule had managed, notwHIistaud
Ing the muzzle, to tear a huge portion of
tho clothing from tho woman, which he
was devouring when found by the Italian.
Tho man cannot speak siilllclent English
to tell even his name, nnd last night nu hu
predion prevailed that ho had caused tho
death of his wife by letting tlio bear loose
on her when 011 Iho meadows. The spot is
over a mile from any dwelling, On this
account it is probable that an Investigation
will tako place.
i:illl of II .VllK'il Di spurnclo.
A man named George Watson came to a
violent death lu Lone Pine on a recent
Saturday night under tho following cir
cumstances; Watson and a man named
LindseyLewls.both well known hard char
acters, had just returned to Lono Pino nftcr
several months' absence mado necessary
after a former shooting affair and an
nounced tkelr determination of running tho
town for a while themselves. Constablo
Hcnrv Stevens arrested them onco during
U10 day at the point of tho pistol, compell
lug them to glvo up their arms, but ho gave
these back and released them alter receiv
ing a solemn pledge Hint they would be
have, themselves. About 10 o'clock nt
night nn altercation took place between
them and Stevens in Peterson's saloon
where thero was a largo number of per
sons, each and all of whom camo In for a
share of tho violent abuse at tho hands of
the pair. Watson whllo daring Stevens
to como out In tho street to fight, drew his
rcvolycr, cocked and presented It nt tho
crowd, und sworo ho could "shoot any
m tho house, nnd would do It if any
man mado a move." At tho Instant of this
lusn.no proposition tho report of u pistol
Wild linuvfl ntwl WnlDmi .t........n.l .ln.l l.tu
..v...Ht,ll ,111, iiiujfjiiai IIIUU, 1119
revolver fulling to the floor by his side.
voioner j.iiuk neiu an inquest on tho lol-
lowlng day, tho jury rendering a verdict to
ii,,..ir.,i ;.,,! .i.:...,..,....! v
...uvunb luui ui-ivun.-Li uuiiiu 10 Ills llCUUl
by a gunshot wound, inflicted by somo per-
"".I iv mem uimnonii, 1110 ikiu entering 1110
left temple. 0
DAILY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1873.
Tin, Ccuirnl Vermont Unllrimit niul
I ho Vermont ami 'anaiia ltnll
ruitil. nESOI.fTI0.V3 Of THE lllllECTOHS Of TUB (EN
THAI. VSI1MONT HAIMIOAII.
At a meeting of the directors of tho Cen
tral Vctinont railroad company, held at the
olllce of S. L. M. Harlow, Esq., New Yoik
city, on Tuesday, the SSlii day of October,
A. D. 1873, nt 2 o'clock, p. in., tho Picsl
dent submitted nn official communication
from the Claris of Iho Vermont und Canada
tallrnad company, which was lead, and Is
Omen or Veiimont A: Canada)
Sr. Ai.iian-.s, Vt., Oct. 17lh, 1873. )
(Tisnti.kmiiN! At a meeting of the Ver
mont nnd Ciinnda railroad company, held
at White River Junction on the Kith Inst.,
the following gentlemen were elected dl
lcclors, to wlti Hradley Hallow, I'rancls
A. lirooks, J. N. A. (lilswold, Romeo 11.
lloyt, James R.Nichols, Edward A. Sowlcs
anil Samuel Wells.
And at a meeting of said directors, held
on the same date, tho following resolution
J'rsolcitl, That the clerk of this corpora
tion bo directed to Inform Iho receivers and
managers of tho Vermont Central and the
Vermont and Canada Railroads, of the or
gaul.alloii of Hie now board of direction,
and that said directors are ready to receive
any communication they fee lit, in regard
to Iho relations of Hie Vermont and Can
ada Railroad Company.
1 am, gentlemen,
Your obedient servant,
A. (1. SAITOItll,
To the Rccelvcis and Managers of the Ver
mont Central and Vermont nnd Canada
After a full consideration of the forego
ing communication, .Mr. William Jlutler
Duncan offered the following resolutions,
which were lend and unanimously adopt
J!eulcctl, That It is the dedio and Inten
tion of tills company ns Receiver. awl Man
agers of the Vermont Central and the Ver
mont mid Canada Railroads, to discharge
its duties and obligations to all parties in
Inlcrcst in said propeity, with fidelity and
Impaitlallly, und to place said property
upon a peimaneutly healthful anil
profitable basis That to secure this
result and to restore it nt the
earliest moment possible, to 11 condition
where all Its just obligations to Its fecit
illy holders may be lully discharged, In
accordance with their legal nnd proper
priorities, it is the wisli and desire of the
Receivers and Manager, that n state of
harmony and concord should exist between
llicm and all parties in Interest lu said pio
pcrty tho Receivers and Managers be
licving that by united counsels und the
heaity co-operation of all, Ihe de-iicd end
and object will soonest lie attained.
AY.wtai, Tint this Company will be
happy to lccchc, and so fur as may be
practicable, adopt nny suggestions winch
may be mado by the Vcimont and Canada,
or by the representatives of any oilier
class ot security holdeis, looking to the
promotion mid advancement of Hie highest
Interests of the properly itself, and will
cheerfully co-operate In any nlau which
will best secure haimonyof inlcrcst nnd
economy of management.
llifolcul, That this company entirely re
pudiate ine statements mane ny ihe pres
ident of the Vermont and Canada company
in his lute repoit to his stockholders, re
garding Hie character nnd objects and ulti
mate purposes of the Central Vermont rail
road company. That in no sense does it
contemplate speculation, nor has it as a
corporation, nor so far ns Is known have
any of Us incmbeis, lu any manner, at
tempted to depress any of tlic securities of
any of tlio roads composing the Vermont
Central system : nor has this corporation.
nor, so far as is known, any of its members
directly or inuiieciiy, purcliaseil or caused
to be purchased any ot said securities. Nor
does this company, cither in its capacity of
receivers and managers or In its corporate
capacity, seen or intend to mane tlic sys
tem of roads under its management, see
tlonal or local in its policies on the con
limy, it is their avowed purpose to so con
duct its affairs, as to secure the highest
nenellciul results to all sections und locali
ties Interested in, or accommodated by the
roads under Its management, free "from
discrimination or undue preference to any,
having in view tho ultimate security of t fie
beneficiaries of their trust.
UcwUctl, That fully icco-rnizim; the doc.
trine, that the; relation between Hie load, as
a means 01 transportation, and tlio commu
nity on its line, ns the active nirents for the
supply of Us business, is one of mutual de
pendence, and that In propoitlon as a pcr-
irci cooiiiiuimy 01 interest iietween the
two Iho prosperity of both is iiioinolcd
therefore, that it w ill be tho aim and pur-
nu in uns company 10 encourage anil
promote to the fullest extent, every Indus
trial enterprise on the line of Its road, and
to aiioiu every icasoiiaole laeilily tor their
Jtrnoltal, That the fcciclaiv boiustiuc
ted to eonununleato these resolutions to the
president of the Vermont nnd Canada com
pany, anil to slguily to that company, the
readiness of this company to confer with
them on any subject of inlciesl, lending to
promote too avowed objects ol the forego
ing resolutions, and 11 cordial anil friendly
relation with nil parlies interested.
A true copy of record.
Sec'y, Central Vemiont Hailioad Compa'y
Tin: Nathan- Mnsninir.i:. Irving, who
bus been confined at thcCentr.il Ofilce on
the charge of complicity in the Nathan
murder case, has at last made a con
fession which is now 111 the hands
of Superintendent Mutscll, who has
carefully written it and detailed feve
ra men to work on hints nnd suggestions
contained in the documents. Although
the officers refuse to state any particulars,
It Is, nevertheless, known that
of his stalcincnls have been verified. Dis
trict-Attorney Phelps will move in the mat
tcr ns soon us possible.
A Hoi.k Co.nductoi:. Tho Twenty-seventh
Regiment, National (luaid, State of
New York, had their first parade and rcgl
mental drill on Tuesday of last week in
Moiiislana. This regiment was organized
from tlic riotous Third. At (i p. m. about
fifty of these soldiers, who had absoibcd
largo quantities of red-eye, stepped on
Conductor Wild's train, bound 1101th, mid
nftcr Insulting a number of ladies, refuted
to pay their fines, threatening death to tho
conductor If ho attempted to eject them.
Tho conductor demanded their fares, and
they attacked him wllh their bayonets. He
retreated to tlio car nnd they pressed him
Into a coiner. Ho smashed his lamp over
ono of Ihcir bends, and then drawing his
revolver threatened to kill the first man
who raised his bund. This frightened
somo of them nnd they stepped back. Mr.
Wilds summoned IlaKiraiw .Master Johnson.
and then locking tho car doors he, with a
cocked revolver before him and Mi. John.
son behind him with 11 coupling pin, col-
lectin every lure.
Tim Oiiani) Ckntuai. Hot ki..- Tlio af
fray In which Stokes shot risk (Vein 1 ml nt
the draml Central Hotel. Tho onculm? of
that humenso establishment, just about
thico years ago, under tho chaigo ot H, L.
Powers, attracted much pleasant com-
mcnt. Mr. Powers U a Verinonter a
shrewd, Industrious, cucriretlo. r.nn
Mountain boy, who has built himself up
Into his present prominence, with a snug
llltlo fortune of half n million dollars In n
business career of less than turenH-.m-n
years. Mr. Harlow II. Priest, forniciiv of
1110 uarilwcll House, Rutland, Is ono of tho
clerks at tho Grand Central,
At the recent Haptlst Stato Convention
hi .Massachusetts Rev, J. C. Foster of Ran
dolph, told anecdotes to point n moral
against stinginess, nnd nlso remarked on
tho foolishness of croaking, mid referred to
tho progress of Haptlst Interests In Ver
mont, especially nt Ilrntlleboro, where at
Hie time of his settlement as pastor the
church was very feeble, but now Is tho
strongest chinch In any Protestant denom
ination In the slate,
Tho Connecticut River Valley Medical
Association held Its October meeting In
Hrattleboro, Wednesday of last week,
The members wcro shown over the Insane
asylum by Superintendent Draper, and ex
pressed themselves much pleased with its
arrangement. Appropriate resolutions
were pnsed 011 the death of the late Dr.
Dlxi Crosby of Hancock, N. II.
The new hall of Llbanus Lodue, Hrlstol,
Is to be dedicated November 11,'1873 Ad
dress by Henry Clark of Rutland. .Masonic
levee lu Ihe evening. All members of tho
fraternity are cordially Invited. Commit
tee of arrangements, S. C. Hill, E. A. Ilas
nitine, J,. Craiupton.
Rev. Mr. (lankier addressed the Tem
perance society on Wednesday evening last.
Rev. T. II. Archibald of tho Haptlst church
MCjjhK 011 Wednesday evening, November
Tho second lecture in llio Hrlstol lecture
course w ill bo delivered by John II French.
L.L.D.,of Hurllngton, on Thursday even
ing, November (lib.
Hiistol is having weekly temperance lec
tures. The winter term of the Hiistol Academy
commences November 20th, under tho
management of 11. M. Weld, Principal.
The Hiistol boys played a match game
of base ball with the Mlddlebury College
boys, on the ground of the latter, last Sa
turday w eek, and won the victory.
The drawing of lumber, on Sunday, Is
one 01 ine occupations ot the young inen
Rev. J. W. Morrill, pastor of tho Melli-
uiisi i iinrcii, is 10 nave n iicnclit jJecem
Slime lllll' Op! Oil,! nnlntml flm lir.llcn nf
0. J. Foster, ut Rliilon, In the nbsence of
inning, 111111 LUIUl'tl OIL uncoil IIUSIICIS
,'1 I'. II.).
-Moses H. Ferson, of Goshen, wns nrrcst
I'll frif Lln'tlht,,. n r.r II V O I
... .... ...v.. . ii.icv. ,,1 lit m unit 3, ii,
Chmt'lull, Lit fall, ami nn examination
M-n-a ll-M 111 llir. tnlt 1., MM'IUI,
in niv, jii hi. 1U111W11.11U1 t- iiint
Iriday. The court failed to find sufficient
CVl.lcnei. In lmlll ltltl, 1V Ipl'tl nll l.r. wna
Wlilln Wtlll-im Un,.-,,-.-, V... f t ..!...
........ . w, ,(,.-, J,.-l., Ul l,lll.
tcr, was standing behind his bugey, nt the
siuiion, last rruiay morning, mc liorse
took fright at the cars nnd gave a sudden
stmt. Mr. Powers caught hold of the
wheel and wns thrown headfirst over It,
striking his head violently against tho step.
He was taken up In an unconscious con-
oiiioii, nun up in inrcc o ciocK mat alter
noon he had not recovered consciousness.
On the night of tlic 21st of October some
miscreant went over the incni ses of Nn.
than Morrill, in Staiksboro. ami killed nnd
idled up ten tinkles, nnd stole nnd curled
Jill J M. 1I1UIC,
Lewis Mult, who keeps the Fort Cussin
1 louse at Fort Cassin, in Fcrrisbmgh, was
arraigned before Justice Parker of that
town, lust Thursday, for selling intoxica
ting Ihiiioi' without authority. He was
tnllnil irnlltv r ft r, ...... r.irn....., t t.
- - " ...,vv.i iii.llo..-, illlll 11 llu-
ing second conviction, he was lined if 300
nun com, no nppeaien to me uounty
Court. Tho day previous 11 seizure was
mado at the Foil Cassin Rouse, and about
uvcniy-iive gallons ot lupior were taken.
Rev. P. N. Granger gave un effective
icin pcrnncc address at West, Uornwa 011
Sunday morning Inst to a full house. Ho
spoke at Lomwall 11 the even iil'.
Mr. 'A. 11. Robbius of Cornwall, raised,
the present season, on one ylne four
Mpinshcs, the largest or which weighed filli
lbs. niifl oificiivoil lift flu., I., oi..n.....r....
" .,v- Ill 1.11 linn .
ence, and the other three weighed in tho
.liiuit'g.ur, josi ono nunureii ins.
John II. Lawrenco for thren venu IpIIi.i-
of the Howard National Hank, fiorlinr'inn.
1 as gone to Sterling, His., to engage In tho
All Hallow F.vo was celebrated in Ward
Five by the stealing of a hundred splendid
head of cabbugo from Lawrence Neville,
Wllllard street, nnd the breaking of the
windows of Thomas Russell 011 Union
street, by some rowdy boys from the slums
in itaicr strcci. a ngni at -MeKcnzie's
corner was the principal event In tho
'I'liu I.alinr OiMrcss.
The Vi'vv Viwl.- Vi. I!..,.,.., ir..i
. ... ....... .(,.,111 ,111,1 mil i-
ford railroad company has given notice
uiiii uiu nine 01 daily worn 111 mo repair
shops would bo reduced from ten hours to
eight. This reduction, of course, cm l ies
with it a reduction of 20 per cent In
Work has almost entirely ceased In Iho
icw iiaven carraige lactones.
The Fall River NViru says tlio Cresent
nun nas organ running eight Hours a day
Thu button factory of Hostwick Hrolhcrs
111 .Msv .iiiuorii, nas suspended work for
1111 indefinite time.
Tlic Lcnov iron furnaces has blown out
for tho winter, and the glass factory is ex-
lieeiuii iu suspend operations soon.
The Anlsouam mills at Rocknorl. -MnssT.
have suspended woik. About 300 opcra-
mc uiu inronii out 01 employment.
One of the effects of tho panic wns the
throwing out of employment at least 20,
ono .....l.t.... ..(..1. ... x'.:. 1. r .1,1V
m'liMiift fcmo in iii-ii, uu iioiiiiiiiiercui
Tlio Haitford Carpet Company's product
exceeds that of a year ago, and there Is 110
immediate prospect 01 a necessity ot cur
tailing the business.
The Trenton zinc works discharged
thhty hands on Thursday.
Tho Huston and Providence Railroad
Company has discharged about forty of its
employes last week, and It Is proposed to
reduce Iho number of trains on account of
lack ot business.
The blast furnaces of Jloorehcad is Co.,
on the Monomrahclu River, have suspend
ed, nnd It Is said that Hie suspension fore
shadows thu closing up of the remainder of
such furnaces in tho Mahoning and Shen-
nngo valleys, i hero are eight of these fur
naces, employing about 10,000 men.
Di:sii:s. Senator Fenton denies that he
was one of tho backers who aided Phelps,
the defaulter, to get a position under
Font YiiAus. In tho Superior Couit, nt
Lowell, Mass., 011 Monday, before Judge
Hacon, O. M. Palmer, charged with set
ting lire to Ids store In Newton, pleaded
guilty and was sentenced to tho Htato
Prison for the term of four years.
Concession Ri'moiikii, There is 11 ru
mor nt Albany that Phelps has concluded
to confess nil about tho Trt'ftRllrv- fMllipylv,
mcnt, and Ills further examination hns been
postponed till Wednesday.
Hs'ai.131! WoitKMKN Kncllsb workmen
seem to Ignore all tho facts in regard to
their labor dllllculty, and Insist upon
higher wanes, notwithstanding such nctlnn
on their part Is driving business from Kng-
nsii innuiiiuciiircrs wllli a rapidity that is
alarming to tlio well informed masters.
What they will loso by their obstnnov Am.
crlcans will gain, If our own workmen are
wise, nun our mauutaeturors alert.
Tho Merrimack Woollen Mills nt Drncut
havo received orders to discharge all their
employes and close tho mills as soon ns
their stock on hand shall havo been work
To people In want of fall custom cloth
Ing, wo would say, go lo Allen it Drew's,
27 Merchant's Row. They havo a first
class cutler from New York, and hate the
reputation of getting up fine, woik, and aie
putting prices very low.
A Card. In reply lo many Inquiries on
the subject, I take lids method of nnuounc.
Ing to lecture committees and others Inter
ested, that 1 am arranging to deliver a
Unfiled number of lectures during tho com.
lug winter, on any of the following sub
jectsi 1. "From Paris to Pompeii, or fifty
days In Southern Kurope."
2. "From London lo IMiuburg, or six
weeks In Great Ilrltaln."
3. "Tho New and Old Worlds com
pared, or lessons on my Huropcan trip."
1. "Temperance ami Tcinplarlsin In
fi. "Heroes and Heroism."
For particulars, address
Rbv. 13. Mlf.iJ,
dtwwlt Rutland, VI.
TilK Purest nnd Sweetest Coil-I.lier Oil Is
Hazard and Caswell's, inaUe on thu seashore,
from fresh, selected lders, lj' Caswell, Itazanl
A. Co.. New York. It Is absolutely piuu and
HiM'ef. Patients who have once taken It preter
It to nil others. Phjslclniis have ikeideil It su
iellor lo any of the oilier oils in market.
HOW l'i:it.MANi:ST CUHTOMl'.ltSAlti: MAlin.
If you havo notcr used Hnnoll.i, tlio next lime
joiisein! lo your irrorer tell I1I111 you want n
cuko ;"lt will cost 5 ou only n few cents. Then
look nil over 5 our house, ami w here! er you llml
n spot ii)Oii the paint, the furniture, carpets, or
mi) llilnir else, whether It ho illrt, greuse, lar,
or whatever else, use Napolia according to Ihe
simple illrectlons. Then collect nil the tinware,
copper wnre, knives, roiks, ketlles, etc., ami
Foltsli them up. When you have 1I0110 this once
lien rnocli Slurunn's Hons know iwsltlvclv that
then siaiollo litis won another pennniient cus
-KMNK CARD PHOTOGRAPHS
J. OF TIIK
(Two styles, Hntranceil nnd Normal), tliroui;h
whom the "Myslcryof IMwln Drooil," wnseom
pletcil, sent postpnlil for 3K cents; hoi hf.0 cents.
Trade supplied. Address,!). A. I.IIII1V, llrattli'-
uoro, i. nowiitw
"VirANTF.I). Two tnlloicsscs to woik
TT with Join nejnu'ii tailors on line coals
also one nant maker, to mnko lv hand, and 1
Hist class vest maker, (ioodwnircs nml slendv
work the year round, duly experienced hands
P. M. SVI11I,
Nov. 1, ls"3. lildlw a; Center ht.
JpALL AnTmVJNTF.R THAIlT:, 187il
W. W. Mi CALL
Would say to his numerous old customers, am!
the public generally, that ho Is now opening n
very lino stock ot WOOI.IIXH, and other piece
k'oous, adapted to tho season, of the best ipial
Ity, which he will makeup to order In the most
stjllsh, desirable nnd fashionable maimer, nt
prices which will correspond with the times,
Customers leading thelrorderswlth him need
have 110 scruples In regard to getting their
clothes cut to lit nicely. Ills long c.xperieiico
warrants that. Alterations, 0110 after another,
are perplexing to 11 customer, and never suit
when done. Customers can mold all such In
conveniences by calling nt the old stand, o
poslte tlio Depot, am! get their garments cut
and made ns they should bt'i also, cutting
done for others to make up.
W. tV. JlcCAI.I..
O A It I) .
Tin: iiAuinvni.i, nousi: kiiavino anmi
HA IK DltlXSI.NU HATIIIMi SAI.OOON.
Mr. Henry Williams, rrom New York has
purchased the aboo halr-Uresslng room and
has titled It up la nrst-class style and does thu
best work, lu the most urtlsllc manner. Hu
also does hair work In as lino stylo ns done lu
iiii.-iiuuuiij. nu minted is, swiiciies, CIll'IS,
chains nm! anything that Is desired In thu Hue
othalrwork. Ho would bo pleased lo see thu
ladles of ltutland nnd Mclnllyandglyu thum an
example ot his abilities In that line, (live him
a call and you will nnd everything to suit thu
oel30dtf WILLIAMS Jt WILIIY.
C K N T s .
Iioa't jou sco what It means ?
TIII-3 HOSTON !)!) CUNT STORK.
H!i:ati:st attk.utio.v in-
W.U tVONDKltl'l'L, ou will nil say when
s ou see It. Hut It needs only a word of exiibin-
atlon and j ou will see w hy it appears so. This
Is only a branch of tho Huston nouses nnd many
uuiers 111 suii'rai caies 01 uiu i;iilien Males,
which havo been established for jears, and
afford the greatest facilities for Importing and
buying goodsdlreetly from thu manufacturers,
which nro offered at a very small commission
nboM thu cost. This need not hu said lo thosu
who examine tho slock, as It shows for itself.
Thero Is but 01111 price for nil, so jou need not
iisk 1 nu pi in 1 nu 1x1111 uru w airauieti 10 uu
exaciiy as reprcscnieu.
Tho proprietors w lsh to say to tho people of
111111.111U luui. ini-j uiu uiu unij p.irui'H inai
ever lmiwrteil tins class of goods directly unit
offered Iheni for salo In this town. It Is the
largest stock, tho llncst goods, nnd latest slj les
ever shown la Iiullnnd. Como and sue, juu
will neierboasked to cull again It lounro not
surprised at tho ipiallty of tho goods for tho
This storo has been established wllh tlin In.
tentlon of making it a permanent business and
ltlshop.nl that tho pcoplu of ltulhind nnd
Hi-inn iu i-Auiiiiuu our siock oeiuru iney ouy
Ihelr houso ornamental goods.
ltemcmberlt Is located
01'1'ohiti: Tin: 111: pot.
TIIK HOSTON !)!) CENT STORI3,
V 13 It M O N T R 13 O I ,S T 13 R ,
Tho Mill annual munber of tlio above Is now
111 press uiiuuxpt'cicu 10 ou reauy lor ueuiers
curly lu November. Persons wishing them,
whether for usu or for sale, uru requested to
send orders ut once- It will bo Iho best number
ever Issued ami contain tlio most complciu
HUSINUSS D I R 13 0 T O R Y
ever published. Kvery person in tho btato is
Invited to purchase a copy, for tho punxwu of
testing this assertion; und any business or
professional man who was doing business m tho
Statu when thu statistics with t.!iMnr,,i nmi
stilus, not Hading Ids nninu In tho same is re
quested to mako complaint, ut once, to the
They can ho had. at wholesale, or mlnll. nf
any of tho principal booksellers lu Iho Mate,
or, at retail, ot almost any dealer lu books, stn
tlonery, fancy nrtlclcs, notions, etc, anil utall
country stores 1 but parties who but o been In
tlio habit ot gutlng ilium direct from thu pub.
Ushers, and ofhers who orefur to ilo mi uru rnr.
dlully Invited as above.
Any ncreon having 11 comnletn set nr tim
nrijiaiii, iui iiioiiioiwiu'URi, lur Nile, IS TV
tiuestcd to correspond with tho publishers.
Tho same publishers also publish a
and niitncToiiv op
on tho saino general plan.
Tlicy will send a single copy by mall, ot tho
Ibr 83 cents; ono of each, In tho snmo wrapper,
for 40 cents. New Hampshire will not bo out !
earlyas Vermont uud thoso who order both
limy expect to wult for them till New llnmp-
.... ..j. .w,iu,t iiiiinv uusuni wiui oruer.
No chaiigo cuu bo returned. Address,
CLAHKMO.NT MANUKACTUIIINd CO.,
OCtSTdtf. CLAHKMONT. N. II.
FOR MA 1.13,
A Itoel: of yNi pure S) 1 11I4I1 sineii. r.r 1,.. .Hint,
Pedro" anj "Inipiov 1 I'uulur'' bleeds, uclong
Ing to tho estate' of 1 . late Joseph Sheldon uf
I'ulrliaieii. Alaofe ,nu hi 111 In. v, leuillngK, In
lino condition fui Ipplnif; 10) hue breeding
I'Wi'SniidSsloeki Will be sold altogether
or Pilots to suit, turners. 1'ur rurtlu r purilc
ulnrs, end upon. uddrem
,. W. HAll.L'V, Mijj'k.
"'PlMlf Falrhaii n, Vi'imonl.
JO 0 I! A L K !
'I lie Ml 1 .ibirhus a Cindy apparatus com
prising . , mplele outnt for iii.iiiuruclilrller
candy. .1 n ho will sell for loss Hum olie-hnit
thoorl , 'leost. Also, olio heavy 'I ruck W u
gon.V' , t heaps and out- pair of IhiUblo W011.
(li:o. V. CHAPLIN, .In.,
, ,, 'J Merchants' Itow.
li . und. May sii. miMdtf.
ly house on tho corner or Main uud Washing.
Ion street with or without tho tno housiid.
Also a desirable garden lot on the south end
M A I N S T It i: i: T ,
containing nbout ntly choice fruit trecls.
MRS. V.. W. HUNTOON
Enquire or C. V. Ilunloon, at
LAXIXl.V .v. lltf.NTOON'U
J.OL'fii: AND LOT FOR SALI3.
.situated on the corner or Pino and I'ouilli
streets, 1'alrhaien. Vt., rormerlv owned by c,
I llabeock l'or terms, ,tc apply to
UEl UEN' T. ELI.IH,
l nlrhaien, Vt. (let 2-i 3dlf
UUiiifvij and ancy ootid.
AT AHUM UN'S
T 13 M P L 13 O F F A S II I O N
At the recent Slate Fair for tlio most
stylish and handsomest assortment
of Millinery, Fancy nnd La.
dies' Furnishing (loods.
HARGAINS ! HAROAINS !
In opening of tho season. Full line of Millinery
I'ATTEKN HATH, ELOWEUS, PLUMES, TIPS
TIH.MMKI) AND L'NTKIMM Ell HATS.
Itibbons, Netts, Laces, Frames, Ice, at prices
cheaper than eier.
NOVELTIES IN AIIUNIIANCE.
T IRS! T 1 13 S !
LongMlk Windsor Ties In all shades nt Ml cents
Fringed nt N)c, Polka dot '1 ie at 40e, ami a full
und complete fluu or nil the latest si) les and
shades at bottom prices.
U N I) 13 R (1 A R M F. N T S .
We will sell you a seven tucked skirt at II,
embroidered Chemise at $1, tucked and em
broidered drawers at II, long night rubes, beau,
tirully made, Jl.co; children's suipsat ., all
worth double tho money.
("ONSETS AND HUSTLES,
Iielts, Inraiits'w-car, IIoslcry,lJiceColl.us, ituni
At Toe., Alexandre's Kids at tl ; two buttons.
L A C 13 V 13 1 L S .
All st les ami prices, from a.v. upward i.
We Mill continue to sell those long, heaty.
Ilrst class hnlr switches at Rl.'iiind .; Linen
braids one yard long, nt 4oe,
In nbund.nice. The latest and handsomest
uoiellles 111 Ihlslhiu ut prices lower than cut.
made of haniKome and best prints, cut I'olsn
also, at fl.T. and iols of iwful, slWMialid
cheap not ell leant
juimv.vx niMfi.n or ;'.i.vo.t
O i: N T E It ST It E i: T .
JSF.W STORK! NI3W flOODSI
Miss. H. D. .STKVICNS,
(Successor to Miss It. .Mower.)
Would respectfully Invite your attention to
COMPLETE STOCK Ol" ROODS,
which Mm Is selling at the very lowest prices
LACES, LACE VEILS, LACE IIAHI1S,
WORSTED ,t WOltSTED IWTTEItNS
HAMIU'W! & NEEDLE WOIIK,
R13AL HAIR SW1TCHI-3S k CURLS.
A full lino of
CHILDREN AND INFANT'S CLOTIIINO.
Uibbant, Feather, Flccrs and llaU,
And many other things usually kept In a lirst
FANCY OOODS STOHIX
l'leoso call nnd examine before purchasing
HAXT1-3R NATIONAL HANK',
CAPITAL, - .
II. II EMU' 1UXTKII,
II. F. 1 Jll n lioi-.
,1. W. CHAHTON,"
N, T. Sl'IHOUK, .lit.
W. C. Dl'NTON,
W. C. LlNDON.:
.1. N. 1UXTKII,
T. W. I'AltK,
(IEO. E. ROVCK,
(lEOllOK II. UOITI'M,
Mado and remitted for at Ixiwcst Hittos.
1NTKIIEST At.IOWtll OS T1UK UKI'OSITS,
A general lUnklm? nml llxchnmro business
II, HUNiiv llAXTKii, I'rcst, J, N. llAXTKii, V. Prcst.
Qeouqic It. Dottdu. Cashier.
1! R O IC 13 R ,
li imo.il) srnr.r.T, aw yoiik.
Slocks, (lovcniments and Oold bought and oold
tv Interest allowed on deposlta. mnjilldtt
BOOK HINDINO. Wo nro now ready
to receive orders for nil kinds of work.
OLOUK l'Al'KIt CO.
Pruflj ana $Udlrincj.
(Ul I'.M' M) I PWARD-
ALIILRT W HKiOl ,s
APiiiin.i a in
O.r. 1 lo the Jr.ii.il jb-upltt of Rull.niJ uh I . Ill
II. tin nm st si'iek i,i
DRl'liS, MKDICNL'l .V Clir.MK ,
'lll HE I'OIND IN 'I I IK VIA'll.
T O 1 I. K T A It T I C I, I-; s ,
un Iminen e - t , .
Look out for our st.ni. .. .11 t. nriiw 1 1 1 .
7 O L I l .1 y
ALHI3RT W. II1C1U1NS.
41 Mr.ncHixrs' How, 1:1 i i.ami,
jRUGS, M13DICINI3S, CH13MIC.VLS.
PATENT MEDICINES, I'ElilTMERY
I'OVKirr cc r.; 1: y, toyh
f a n c v (i 0 () I) s
i.Mim: srnci; rmnr ion 1 is
CALL AM) S13I3 f -
No. 13 ("FsiEit smcr.T,
FRANCIS FI3NN & CO.
QFORTSMI3N ATT13NT10N. We have
O Just received from tho Hnraid I'tmdtTI o.
a stock of sporting Powder and Duck Miootlm,
FRANCIS FENS .1 CO.
TIMIAT HACKING, HACKING COCO II
1 will soon wear jou out. To Kendall's
Pectoral llalsam before Its Ion Lite It will
1'. FENN .v. CO., I'noi'UiKioits,
WHY will you sillier with that cold
H when jnu haw a remed) In Dr. 1. en
il.dl's Pectoral Halsaui that will cure ;. uu. Trj
It, only fo cents for largu bottbs.
F. FENN .V CO., I'KOt'KIKlOlls,
No. 13, Center St., Rutland, Vt,
Q W. SMYTH, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SliKll.ON
ror all diseases or 1 lie
13VI3, FAR, THROAT, LFNUS AND
Catarrh, Asthma, consumption, and all kin
dred diseases or the Mucus Membrane success
Dr. S. may bo consulted free or charge at his
Haxiei: National Hnk Hi iiihno.
onice hours, lo a. m, lo4 p. in., and e lo ; p, in
S P 13 C I A L N O T 1 C 13
Ottiiu; lo pressing liitslncss cnrai'cments
In Canada, Dr. Smyth will he ahsent fre.m
Rutland from Thursday, Octohcr "0t li, tin-
til Tuesday, November Ulh.
M . SMI T II
Will save those, who wish Ilrst class work and
tho best ilts, thu trouble, time and expeiw of
going to Now York, lloston, Troy, or any oilier
city, by leaving their measure with htiii, nshe
will guarantee to glvo ns good satisfaction as
cuu bu gli en In any city.
Ho employs nono but Iho best .lournemeu
Tailors, and nil w ork Is douu by hand. Am ono
wishing a suit mado In tho short space or
tweutj.rour hours, can bu accommodated.
Ho Is reeeltlng dally Irom the best maiiuMc
Hirers, thu llncst and nobbiest st) les or
ENOI.ISH, FRENCH, HERMAN .t ItELOlVM
C A S S I M 13 R 13 S ,
nnd the llncst
HltOADOLOTlIS AND DOI3SKINS.
Dress Suits from $40,011 to tTWH).
own-outs, " 20.00 to iR.no.
Iluslnesssulls from I20.no to fsn-ml
English walking cnots fromso.no 10 JO.oo
Double breasted sacks from ls.no to 40.oo
rants, rrom (U'o to 17.00.
Vests inadi) trom tho llncst French cassl-
mere, 6.00 to li.oo.
.Morning downs mado to order, 15.110 10 wi.uo.
Thu most cleiriint Nuw York breakfast Jack.
cts ever shown iu tow n, for rrom HJ.no 10 40.no.
Mtsllttcd garments made, over In Iho latest
style, nnd clothes cleaned ami. repaired lu the
best possible manner, nnd nt low prices.
Tlirco largo sampfo cards, dlspl.utng over
three hundred patterns of lino lniioiied goods,
fumlslKd to out of town cuslnmers for Inspec
tion, uud also, nn noerieneeil measurer, upon
application, will Mslt parlies lu neighboring
towns, therein- sailnir them both time and
-.Satlsfttctlon guaranteed In ever) instance.
11EMKMDUR THE PLACE,
No. 37, Centek Street, ltl'TLAND. VT,
October 81, 187D. dtw.