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VOL. 1 NO. 185.
RUTLAND, VT.t THURSDAY
rU'HTAlN CORNICES OF HLACK
"L-1 Walnut, or all out, made to order. , cm
lain Hlngs, Tassels and Cords. PlIAHHOIlN's)
ottrvu n.VHKS. CORNER.
J arid Mantle Shelves inado to microvilli
1'laln or Moulded edges,
dinercnt stylos at
UHACKKTS sawed In I
PIANOS AND ORGANS Tuned. Ht-u-lated
and Hej-alrcd. .xieb'deou nnd Organ
bellows re-covoi edvv lth new rubber nnd made
MMIE DECICEIt RHOTHEHS PIANOS
JL ore pronounced "absolutely matchless In
every particular." i:. N". MIIHHIAM sells them.
13LVN0S AND ORGANS at lowest
I prices nnd on easy terms, ut .
1. X. MI.IiHIAM !i.
SHEET MUSIC, Music Hooks and small
Instrument s, also best Violin, (lullnr nnd
Violoncello wings may be l.ad n,,.,,,,, VM,S
rpiIE OROVEH & HAKER SEWING
JL MACIIIN1IH the best machine for family
use. as many who have used others have found
out! Sold on Installments at K. N.MF.HUIAM'.S
I'. 1'., I.e. Pianos Pictures Picture
Frames and Peifoct Filling Shirts nt
11. N. MKltHIAMVS
HUT LAND L A UN I) It Y.
t'SDEll TI1K CI'.STIUt. IIOCSK,
Mllltt HANTS' 1KV, - - - Hl'TLANI), VT.
A I.I. KIM'S 01'
,.u'vjr woiik, um'u.sa, vi.vtisu a.-.,
F.xecuted with neatness and dispatch.
An experienced Laundress for nil kinds (it
novwJtr jiditat .v. o'liltlliN.
C A It D.
Tin: hakdwkll hoi-sf. siiavino and
IIAIlt DKKStlXO .V HATIIINO SAI.OOOS.
Mr. Henrv Williams, from New York has
purchased tho above hair-dressing room and
livs lilted It up In ilrst-class st le nnd does the
best work. In tlio most artistic manner, lie
also does linlr work In as line stvlo as done In
,jis country. He makes wigs, switches, curls,
clialnsnndnnjthlngthat Is desired In the line
othalrwork. Ho would be pleased to see the
ladles of Rutland and vicinity and glye them nn
example of his abilities In that line, (live hliu
u call and you will llnd ever thing to suit the
octsodtf WILLIAMS .t WII.r.Y.
DF.COHATION OK CIIVKCIIF.S, HALLS AND
.Manyvearsexperlciice. Oood llrst class work
at reasonable prices. Come and see my vvoik
in the Ilaxter National Hank.
iiu3d3iii' ltutland, Vt.
HUTLAND .MANTFACTntlNO COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers lu
.VOOII AND CHAIN SKAT CIIAIItS, Hill).
S.THAD.S AND CHAIH STOCK.
Corner of West and Forest Sis,
I.. Atwood, Agl. (I. C. I1iiiui.es, Treas.
K I N G .
Manufactuier and wholesale and ietull dealer In
NASH, DOOliS, HLINDS,
Mill I.DINliS, UIIACKF.TS, AND llOl'SIl Ft'K
Orders by mall or otherwise promptly attend
Ml to. mjldtf
LINCOLN IRON WORKS.
.Marble Mill and Hoisting Machinery ot tho
most Improved construction. Denlcks and
pumping machinery, castings and general ina
steel nnd Iron Wire Hope at Manufacturers
ltutland, Vt., May 1, 16T3. mayldtf
A. II. II AW LEY,
l-D TltACTOIt AXlt MACTICM. ShATUll,
He Is preparea to uo all work promptly and
well. Orders can bo left at .1. II. (Hynn'.s storo
on .Merchants' Mow, or at tho Hardwell House.
H'ertMet ltockwood llarrett, ltutland; 1.. M.
.Mason, President ot First National Hank, De
troit, Michigan; Hon. .1. M. Marvin, Saratoga
EAVEREENS ! HEAVEREENS 1
TUB ONLY COLD K WATCH PltOOI'
L t T II
IS O O T S
IN THi: MAIIKET.
All those troubled with corns nnd cold leet
can get relieved by buying a pair at
NO. 0 MllUCl! ANTS' HOW.
for Itallroad Men, at No. BMei-cliants'
LI) LADIES HEAVER ami FELT
SJIIOKS; also, congress Arctic Overshoes,
O. W. CUItlHlHl'S,
No. 0 .Merchants' How,
UY THE MOCCASIN
WOOD CHOI'PF.KS, at
jOOTS AND SHOES.
W. K. lioss
Has now In store a lull stock ol
HOOTS, SHOES AND RUHIIEItS,
MVhlch ho Is selling ut extremely low prices
I have justiecolved the agency for Munson's
unexcelled New York shoes, and shall endeavor
ut all times to have a full line of all widths and
W, II. HOSS,
No. fi, Merchants' How, ltutland, Vt,
Oct so dly
OOK HIND1NO. We am now ready
lo rCCO VP oruers lur an sinus ot mir.
OI.OIIK PAPKH CO.
WAGS. Wo liavo now in htocli nnussoit
1 ment ot Dennlson's Patent Direction
labels and Merchandise Tags which wo will
sell at manufacturer's prices.
We liavo also a good stock ot ' Phllllii's Ho
curlty Hook-Tags," a very convenient and scr-
vlccablo arttclo ror mercnants. Among us a
vantages are; Ooods eun be more readily mark.
I'd than by any other means; tho tug Is no to.
curely locked that It cannot become detached
from tho goods; no chance of the tag becoming
.letacbcd from tho hook; no iwlnts projecting
to tear other goods or your nngers. They aro
safe, btroitr and chtop. Call atid diamine
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octssdlf. M JIuldcn iJine, Now Y'ork.
rELr,RY PLANTS From Peter Hcnder
V.J bon ready on nnd after June th. Send In
your otders. Cabbage plants for latocronby
the hundred or tuousand; also, Orecn Peas
ready about July 1st. Flower plants, among
whli h Is tho celebrated AmnruhthaH Halslfollus
or Fountain Plant, constantly on hand. Hou
quels, vv rest Ik i made to order
H. ( I.H.MONH.
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FREE FROM ALCOHOL.
1)11. J. WAt.KEIl'S CAI.llOU.NtA VtSEOAIi HtTTKflJ
nro a tiurely vegelablo preparation, mnde
cldelly from the native herbs found on the low
er ranges ot the sierra Nevada mountains of
Callfoinln, tho medicinal properties ot v.hlch
aro extracted therefrom without tho use or Al
cohol. Tho question Is almost dally asked,
"What Is tho cause of tho unparalleled success
of VtsiuAU Hittkhs?" Our answer Is that they
remov e the cause ot disease, and tho patient re
covers his health. They are the great blood
tmrlller and a life-giving principle, a perfect
ltenuvutor atid lnvlgorntor of tlio sv stem. Nev
er before In the history or the world has n nied
lilne been compounded possessing the remark
able qualities ot VisrilAli lltTTKuslnheallngtlie
sick or any disease man Is heir to. They are a
gentle 1'urgutlvu as well ns Tonic, relieving
Congestion or Inflammation of the; Liver ami
Visceral Organs or bullous Diseases.
Dlt. WAI.KHIfS CALI OMNIA VINIXIAIt
act on nil these cases In a singular manner.
Hy imrirj Ing tho Wood they remove tho cause,
and by resolving away the errcctsof tholn
llammatlon (the tubercular deposits) the affect
ed parts receive health, nnd a permanent cure
IF M1IN WILL F.N.IOV (10011 IIH.U.TH,
let (hem use Viskiak IlmKits as n medicine,
and avoid the use of alcoholic stimulants In
proclaim Vinkhah Hittkiis the mosl wonderful
Invlgorant that ever sustained the sinking
NO PilltSONCAN TAKH TIIIISII HITTKHS
according to directions and unialn long un
well, provided their bones nro not destroyed by
mineral poison or other meat.s, and Mtalor
gans wasted beyond repair.
lllLI.IOt'S.HHMITTIINT.AND INTIIHM ITTIINT
r t.v r.nn
which nro so prevalent in the valleys of our
Cleat livers throughout tho I'lilted States,
especially those of tho Mississippi, Ohio, Mis
souri, Illinois, Tennessee, Cumbei land, Arkan
sas, Ited Colorado, Ilrazos, ltlo Oranile, Pearl,
Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Hoanoke, James,
and many others, with their vast tributaries,
throughout our entire country during the
summer and Aultimn, and remarkably so dur-
Intf seasons of unusual heat and di.vness. are
Invariably accompanied by extensive derange
ments nt the stomach and liver, and other ab
dominal viscera. In their treatment, a purga
tive, exerting a powerful lnnuence upon incsc
rations organs, Is essentially necessary. There
Is no cathartic for the -jurpuse equal to Dr. .1.
Walkkii's VtsKiiAit Hittkhs, as they will speed
lly remove the dark-colored Mscld matter with
which tho bowels aro loaded, ut the same time
stimulating tho secret tons of the liver, and geu-
rany restoring me neaiiuy iiincuous m me ui-
FOltTIFYTItll I10DY AfiAINST DISUASII
by pui living all the llulds with ViNr.iivn IT-
tkus. No epidemic can lake hold ot tliesjstem
DYSPIIPSIA Olt INDKiKSTION,
head-ache, pain In tho shoulders, coughs, tight
ness of tho chest, dizziness, soio eructations of
tllO StomilCll, line. IHSie in UIO Iliuuin, u n m-
tacks, palpitation of the heart, Inflammation of
the lungs, pain In the region of tlio ktdne.vs,
and a hundred other painful sjmplums are oR
sprlngs ot dyspepsia, ono bottle will prove a
better giiarantco ot Its merits than n lengthy
SC1101TLA, OH KINO'S KVIL,
white swellings, ulcers. Krvslpclas, swelled
neck, goitre, scroiuious iniiaiiiiiuuiuus, mv ur
rial affections, old sores, eruptions of tho skin,
soro eyes, etc. In these, as lu all oincr consti
tutional uiscnses, ilAi.fcr.nn ...........
have shown their great curative powers in tho
most obstlnnte and Intractable cases.
1011 INFLAMMATOUY AND CIIHONIC HIIII'J-
gout, bilious, i eminent and Intermittent fevers
diseases ot tho blood, liver, kidneys and blad
der, these bitters have no equal, such diseases
are caused by vitiated blood.
ersons engaged In paints and minerals, such
s plumbers, type-setters, gold-beaters and
miners, as they advance In life, aro subject to
paralysis ot tne uovveis. Toguaru nsauisLuus,
take a dose ot Wai unit's Visriak Hittkds occa
FOIt SKIN DISi:AsKS
eruptions, letter, salt rheum, blotches, spots,
pimples, pustules, bolis,carbuncles,rlng-vv onus,
scald heads, soro eyes, erysipelas, I ten. scurfs,
dlscoloratlons of the skin, humors and diseases
or tho skin ot whatever namo or nature, aro
literally dug up and carried outot tno system
In n short time by tho use of these Hitters.
pin,;tahi: andotiikh wohms,
lurking In tho system of so many thousands, aro
elTectuallv destrov ed and remov ed. No system
of medicine, no vermlrugcs, no anthelmlnltlcs
will free the system trom worms llko these Hit
KOH FHMAI.K CO.MPI.AINTS,
tn vountrorold. married or simile, at the dawn
or womanhood, or the turn or life, these Tonic
Hitlers display so uecuieu an lnnuence uiai uie
provement Is soon perceptible.
CLF.ANHII THK VITIATIID HLOOI)
whenever you llnd Its Impurities bursting
llirougu me SKin in pnnnics, eruptions or sores,
cleanse It vvhuii you llnd It obstructed and slug.
Kinil in litu veins : inuiia.j it niivii ii i, luui ,
,our reelings win ten ou wuen. ivccp inu
ilood pure, and Ihu heullh ot the system will
it. ii. .Mcdonald .v. co.,
DrugL'Ists and Ocneral Agents, San Francisco,
California, and corner of Washington alii!
Charleston streets, N. .
soi.il dv all nnrootsrs anu pkai.kiis,
Oct. 1, (lAvv cow ly
HAXTER NATIONAL HANK,
II. Henhy Haxtkk,
II. F, I)iiiKor,
J. N. 1UXTEI1,
T. W. Paki,
(IKO. II. KOTCE.
(IKOHOK It. 1IOTTUU,
J. W, CKAMTON,'
N. T. NriiAUUK, .In.
W, 0. DUNTON,
V. 0, LANPON.
Made and remitted for at Lowest Hates,
INTEI1KST ALLOWID ON T11IE PErOSITS.
A general Bankltig and Kxchango business
II. IltNKY lliiTin, Prest, J, N. Haxtkk, V. Prcst,
Ukouuk II lion I'M, Cashier
for young ladles, will open on
WKDXKSDAY, SIIPTII.MHHH loth.
A limited number of bo irders taken Intu Hie
Principal's family for the year.
For terms apply to the Principal.
Heferenccs-Presldent Angell, Ann Arbor,
Mich.; Prof. M. Petty, Ilurllngton, Vf.j Hev. J.
II. Worcester. D. D lluillngton, t.; chief
Justice PleriHjlnt, Vergennes, Vt,; Hon. II. A
Hurt, Hvrnnton, S t.
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Term will begin on Thuisday, Dec. 1 1 la.
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r'Ml'LOYMENT AT HOME.
In evei v city and Town In Vermont, for Mi arti
cle Just out.
.o siinscription, lAciinive teniiory given.
Host Inducements offered.
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decavvlin Hiitlauil, Vt.
ANTED. Two Tallorcfscs tn wink
with loilrnevtiien tailors on tine coats:
nlso one pant maker, to make by hand, and a
Ilrst-class void maker, (lood wages and sle.idy
work Ihe je.ir round, only experienced hands
!'. M. SMITH,
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Ing to thcitate or the late Joseph Sheldon of
Falrhaven Aisow) nun lainus, .- jeainngs, in
1 ii.... nhn.it, tr.f kliln.iliKr , 1IH) tllu. lireoillntp
., ,, ,,nrk bucks, will unsold altogether
or In lots .Hint customers, for runner par.
I leulnnt. il uiK,n. or address
S. W. IIAILKY, Anu'ii.,
sepudtf Fnlrhaven. Vermont.
j l O t S A L P. !
My liousei the corner or .Main and Washing
ton strectwith or without th" two houses ad
Joining. Also u 'slrable ir.irden lot on the south end
f .'.( A I N S T h i: i: T ,
enntnlnlt about llliy choice trull tree".
Mrs- II. W. IIFN'IOON.
Kilplc ol C. 1'. lluntiion. at
LANDON ,V lil'.NTOON'S.
WK AND LOT FOIt SALE.
suited on (he comer ot Pine nnd Fouith
siren, Falrhaven, Vt., formerly owned by C.
L. I'.ucock. For krms, ,ve, npplv to
HIIl'llF.N T. KI.1.1S.
Faliavcn, Vt. Oct. 22 Svvdtf
Jotrts and giiiituj UooiiiiS.
Ml I) WELL llOfSF..
.1. W. CltAMTON, Prnpilelor.
1io llAltDWHI.L HOl'Si: Is located opposite
lli Denot. and has long been favorably known
to he traveling public. It lias ueen recemiy
Dunned, now ulturdlng the best unit most am-
ur.'s of the Season, and every attention will be
pal lo the comfort of Its patrons.
Ii the future, ns In tin' past, the Proprietor
tnrndsto make It n llist-class House ailord
Inl nil the comforts of a home to the traveler.
Tl" public patronage Is solicited.
(MiOOD I.IVIIUY In connection with the
Il'teiitlvc POIITHltS will be found at the He.
tut on the nirlval of all trains.
1ENTRAL HOI SR.
AMF.IilOAN AND F.rilOI'KVN PLAN'S.
Complete with rooms
EN SiriTE AND SINGLE.
, LOCATION rNsi'Hl'AssKD,
being the veivcenteror f.i-hlou and billllant
ltutland lire. In proximity lo places or amuse,
ment, and, opposite (leorge II. Palmer's, Hurt K
Mierilllin, l . A. riirsuur.si nuu ih-uiki ...iih
Hard's dry goods palaces.
() Y S T F. It S
for Mile In large or small iiiantltles, and served
, every style. A ,.uiniVi
IfntlHlld. Nov. f. dim
A l E I) U NM ORE IIO L Mv
E. I'. HITCHCOCK, Propiielnr.
J. W. POHTIIH, Mvviiii.li.
This well known and kipular Hotel, situated
on the shores of l.ako litininoie, bus been re
cclitly put in thorough repair. Several new-
Cottages huve been built and new ly furnished,
and will be opened June 1st, for the icceptlon
of boarders and tourlstK, inayjsdtr
TEW DINING HALL,
I. A 1)1 K S A N D (1 T. N T 1. Il M 11 N .
.1. W. FISHER,
(Qulnn's Illock,) Oh-ositk tiik Dupot,
r-Warm Meals at all hours. Polite and at
tentlve wallers in attendance.
Flesh Oysters received dally, and sold by the
ganou, ipiari or pun.
R. DEM ING, PnoiTiKini:.
!!7-Kree Carrlaeo to and from the Depot,
A cood Llver.v andlSllltard Hoom lu connec.
(ton Willi (no uouse. iiuvmiu
ETLAND MARBLE COMPANY,
VVIIOI.KSVI.E PKtl.KllS IS
11 L O 0 K tt S A W E D M A R IS L E.
QL'Alll!II'.S AV'II MII.IS
J, N. haxthh, supl. wkst Ki'TLAND, vt.
All I he evade nf Itlltbilid Xlnrble. In I lie
t ,u t viriAi. 1 fl-i,n, fiHllllrnl
for Furniture, Mantel, and Decorative Work, as
?inS?,?Btt n e m, ini
liases, strips, nnd Posts, may bu found on our
yarn at an uuieH.
Our exicnslvo arrangements for tho produc
tion or ItHible. In tho wnv of iiuamlng Ma
chinery, nnd Jlllls comprising thlrty-two gangs
ot saws, placo us In position to supply tho
wants of I he Trade. VV holcsnlo nlld ltctall
Denlei-s, Hullders, Furniture-men, nnd gen
eral Manufacturer!) will llnd 11 to their Interest
to favor us vv ith their orders.
mayliWwtf Itl'TLANI) M AHIILH CO.
"PENOILS.-tDIxdu's Pencils mado In
I. tho t'nlled States, nrn much superior to
ruber's, and aro sold at lower pi Ices. Try
OLOIir. PAPKH CO.
piDF.R HARRELS. Good cider
V J rels for Side nt.
ituiianu, Nov, r, isia. invwiw,
It R O K E R ,
II (0.1f) UTMOST, AW VOIIK,
Stocks, Oovcriiments and CSold iKjught and sold
l Interest ullowed 011 deposits.
he gtattima guity COlobc.
THURSDAY, DECE.MHER 4, 187i.
Ill fiirnier times, iiinrc lli.ni ill iii'M;iit It
was custniimiy for parents to give, to tliclr
cliililrcn sliriiilicaiit luiines. Tims we hear
of ptttli male lianies ns Consider, Return,
Remember, nnd women licailiigsncli names
M lliaiily, UiaiiKtiil, Aleicy mm llic
like. This vvns so common that it excited
no iartlcuhr intcict. Hut lo llic iiainc
that hciids this in llclc thcio pctins lo lie u
peculiar significance, a positive Injunction.
Tlio name Is one that cvciy Yvimontcr
should ho lirotid of Yet who has icmcin
licied Remcnilicr H.ikcr? Has lliciecver
hecn ecn a hiogiaiihical slictcli willtcn of
this liero? He was tho cutcmporitiy of
Ethan Allen. A enptnin of (lie Orecn
Moimtiiln Hoys ami early gave his life for
Ids State nnd country. One of tlio llrst
mart vis of the revolution, yet no monu
ment maiUs his icslitig plate. And nt
this late day when Veimont Is taking, steps
to perpetuate the remembrance of those
who curved out this commonwealth nnd set
Its machinery to work, It seems fit
ting that Ciinlaln H.ikcr should be
tcmemheicd and should linvo some
where on our soil an cmlmlng monu
ment. The writer of tins article Tcnluies
to note a few of the Important positions in
which Remember Haker llsurcs In caily
Veimont history, hoping that some abler
hands will produce a complete biography
of tho man, nnd nlso relate what has be
, ... r
Remember Haker was born nt Woodbury,
In 1740. Of his childhood and
youth the wilier can pay nothing, except
that he had a good education ns is evinced
bv the documents now in existence that
were his production hail learned survey
ing had served as an nppientiec and
learned the joiners' trade ns well as that of
millwright showing nn active, diligent
nnd persevering childhood. In early man
hood, nt the ngo of eighteen, he Is lighting
for his country, being a soldier hi the ex
pedition against Canada. He was In that
division of the nrmv commanded by (ten
Abcicmmbie which met with its terrible
repulse under the walls of Foi tress Ticon
dciog.t and was obliged to retreat to Fort
Edward. 'The next year under the victor!
oils Gen. Amlicist he was In that trium
pliant conquest that embraced tho capture
of Ticondetoga, Crown Point, St. Johns
and the surrender of .Montreal, and culm!
natcd, (though by another division of the
nrmv) in the surrender of Quebec
fter the carnage upon the heights
of Ahiaham, wheie the. gallant volfc
and the brave Montcalm each at
the head of their tcspective nt ink's
gave their lives to their countiy. After
the expedition against Canada he returned
to his home in Woodbury, Conn., and was
,.,,r!,.,l mi in after. In the veil tiin lie
...i i ib,. ew Hampshire grants:
locating In the town of Ailmgion. A few
families had moved into this town the year
before. From this time to the day of his
death lie became an earnest p.iiti..tn among
the Gicen Mountain Hoys for the tights of
tliu New Hainp-liiie grants, and we venture
the nsscition that Vermont has no hero
not even its tutelar saint Ethan, lint whose
fume is dimmed by the lustre of the eleven
veals service anil uie mat tins ncio gave
to our State.
It will be noticed here that his advent
into the slate antedates that of Ethan Allen
bv five years, of Ira Allen by eight years
and otheis of llic Allen family by still
mine tunc, lie -vas own cousin id uie
Allen nnd perhaps Ids inlhicncc drew them
here. As we said linker and family con
listing of Ids wife and two sons settled in
Arlington in 1701. Ho soon alter built the
llrst grist mill ever built in that town, and
upon the oig.ini.atlon of that town in 1708
he became Its first town clerk, lie was
one of Hie ptoprietors of the township of
P.v.vlct, and dining the year of 170S lie tc
moved to that town and made his pitch in
the tun llivvcst part of the town and built
the llrst gristmill ever erected in that town
on lands now owned by George Toby,
Esip In the controversy which sprang up
about lids time between the Inhabitants of
New Haiiipshite grants and tlio Ixcvv
Yoik claimants Remember H.ikcr became
a distinguished leader, espousing the cause
of tho New Hampshire, grants with all the
sticngthof Ids energetic natuio and rcilst.
Ing tho piclentlons of the land jobbers of
New York with a power that caily made
htm a mark for the persecution and balled
of that put ty
In tho year 1770, In .June, while Ethan
Alien vvasliefoie thecoutt at Albany vol
iiutiirily defending .Install Carpenter and
employing tlio eminent Iugersoll, relying
on Hie justice of ids cause, confident of
success. Haker in the early days of said
mouth surveyed tho township of Wallln
foul. It is believed that H.ikcr surveyed
most of the townships In the south part of
Rutland county nnd the north part of Hen
iihigton county. "In October. 1771, Ethan
Allen, Remember Raker and Robeit
Coclnan with six otheis, Inhabitants of
Rupert all well armed proceeded to warn
iff tlio intruders, who finding opposition
X'ldn, lied to New loik and the log
houses which they had erected wcie pulled
llovvn .,id heaps and binned with fire."
Said "Intrudcm" consisting of tho lnliahl
I ....... i.... 1....1 . ,.i.l...l ..,,!,,. il.L.LI..
"" '"' "l""" ""'- "1-"
t1B rlch, level and fertile lands of tho vves-
tern l.arts of Rupert and Paw let. It will
bo seen that llicso "intruders" were Raker's
neliihboiB. and it follows us a matter of
coiiicctuio that Haker Instigated these pio
cccdings. About this limo ho removed his
family back to Arlington, piobably for
ctcatcr sccurily ns Gov. Tryon had now
offcicd a icwaid of llfty pounds for his
On March the 2lst, 1772, bcfoio day
light, being Sunday morning, the 'infa
moils' John -Munio with twolvo llko char
ncters being Instigated by tho liopo of the
levvard and tlio dcslro of notoriety, iu tlio
most cowardly manner broko Into Itakci
houso for tho purpose of his capture,
Haker was awakened by tho breaking open
of ids door and tho entrance of a number of
men armed with swords and pistols. Tho
Intruders rushed upon him with savago
fury wounding hint by n cut ncrosn the
head nnd nlso on the aim wlthaswoid.
Ills wile too was baibuously wounded by
a sword cut acioss thu hc.ul and neck, and
ono of his boys also, then about twelve
years old. Haker being ovcipowcicd and
bound was thrown Into n sleigh and con-
vcyed off with the greatest speed lowaids
Albany." Tidings having leached Hen-
nlnglon, ten slalvvalt men mounted In
haste nud puisucd as for life. Yengeame
was their motto, as they understood that
their beloved leader was mm tally wounded
and was being conveyed lo Albany m a
living condition, in n mile sleigh, welter
ing hi his own blood. Theicwiiid for Ids
apprehension being for ''dead or
live," It Is icndlly seen how with cicclncal
impetus these men were fired to strike the
inhuman monsters. After a headlong race
of tidily miles and just ns the pally now
swollen to fifty men Unit guarded the
sleigh containing the nearly exhausted
Haker wero ubout to cross the Hudson
liver, the leu daring pursuers appeared in
sight. The cowardly guards lied to the
woods. H.ikcr was iccaptuicd, lcficshed
and c.ired for, and iclurned to his ovct-
H.ikcr about lliii time signed the counter
proclamation, which was published In the
journals of the day, offering in connection
witli Ethan Allen ami the olliers wno wcie
proscribed by Gov. Tryon a icwaid of live
pounds for tlio delivery of John Taber
Kemp to any officer of the Green Mountain
Huys. Tills man Kemp was Uie piinclpal
claimant In the biiit before the Albany
courts which Ethan Allen had so generously
yet, unsuccessfully defended. As Allen
was preparing to leave Albany Kemp Hied
to persuade or biibe him to use Ids in
lltiencc to Induce the Inhaliltaiils of the
Now Hampshire grants to give up their
claims, saying that their c.iu-e was evi
dently hopeless and adding slyly, "lou
can tell them that light even does not al
ways picvail where might i luought iu
question." Allen had replied fcciitcntiony,
'Tho Gods of tho valll 's are not the Guls
of the hills." Kcmpa-kcd an explanation
nnd Allen told him, If lie would accompuiy
him to Rciiniiigton It should be made clear
to him. As Kemp did not come to licniiing
ton tho explanation has never been given.
The saying was to Kemp an unsolved
riddle. Yet It troubled him and Ids asso
ciate sorely. Gov. Tryon could give no
explanation, but he announced that lie
should protect the interest of New York,
and he announced also, bombastically Unit
he would drive their "oppo.-crs into the
Green -Mountains." The people of the
rants now held a convention and resolved
that, as they could obtain no ju-tice by
vv, that they would organize anil ic-Miiy
force tho pietensloin of New Yoik.
This organization was made by cbosing
n their leader Col. Ethan Allen ns Colonel,
and Selh Warner, Remember H.ikcr, Ro
bert Cochrane, Gideon Warien, and others
docs not speak of a legiiiiont or any other
inllitarv or'Mtilzatioii. or any number. Tho
.eoiiln assembled at lieiiniiiglon (aiu to no
ess Hum imu bundled) lCsolvcd lo siippoit
their cause by loice, mm lliese me the
chosen leaJcis. Fur n name, lliey, icmci'i-
beiing Gov. Tryon' tlucats to (hive them
into the Green "Mountains choe lo call
themselves ''Gicen Mountain Hoys."
This is the origin o thai mime, that lias
since been sounded witli iitido lo the
remotest corners ot the carlli, ever a syn
onym ot nravciy, nariuiiooii ami loiiy
DUItvose. .V iX.v.vir. uiai sun naiigs iirouu.
f over Vermont, ami is covcicu vvuu
lorv. and covcis the Slide with honor.
Heniember Haker was present at its birth.
as has been seen, and piescntly it will la
shown that, at lis chiislemng, when it llrst
received its "baptism of tile and blond," it
was Raker's blood that filled the crystal
font. Remember Haker the W slum
if the (hern Mountain , should le
eivo all honor from the Mate and the
nation. Haker was picscnt at this usscm
tiling at Henn'mgton as a "principal inlialii
tant of Ailington," what position he held
in town is not known, lie may have been
still "town derk. Ibis will piobably
never be Known, us his succesMir, Isaac
Hisco, a Tory, destroyed the iccord. in
The shorn i.llom induced Governor
Trvon to trv mediation, lie wrote it letter
to Rev. Mr. Dewey, of Hcmihiglou (then
under Indictment as a uoter); iu that
letter be promhcil wctum to any
or nil of the inlmhitanls ol tin
teiritoiv Unit would come as tcpicsenta-
tlvcs ot the people, witli a statement of
their cause of grievance, except lo the
persons of "Allen, Hiker and Sevii",
and afterwards including Selli War
ner. (Warner had struck John Muu
ro over the head w.th his cutlas;,
Row much Haker regretted tlio relusal
of protection we do not know, but it would
seem that his experienco with protection
the March before, would not have inclined
him to long tor any more ofth.it sort. He
signed thu in inly and noble remonstrance
that went to liov. Tryon by tho commis
sioner appointed for that purpose. Also tho
bold declaration of the situation, and their
right address to "gentlemen, friend nud
neighbors." It was to the world in the
autumn of this car Ciq t lin Haker and
five men accompanied Ira Allen iu an ex
tended tour through tho northern part of
Thcv "went from hkeensboroiigli Tall
by water to tho lower falls in Onion river."
Hero tliey came across tho boats of the sur
veying party under Captain Stephens of
Xtw York.Tlicylonn d that said party con
niitcd of six white men and thirteen Indians
armed. The white men had three guns.
Haker and bis parly had only one gun, a
case of pistols and a cutlass, yet by strata
gem tun entire torco 01 wmio men was cap
tured by Raker's parly and the Indians in
dnccd to Icavo. linker in his parley with
tlio Indians nt this time showed great knowl
edge of Indian character, 'i'aidiliou says
that for year lie was the companion of the
great Indian lighter and scout of Vermont
I'Jea. sundtriana. Stephens and party
wero released upon their( promising never
lu trouble tho Grants again.
Surveyor Uoekborn whom Haker had as
sisted to capture before this timc.v tin mid
summer belore, did not get let on so easily.
His instruments were broken up and le
eamo near receiving tlio "beach-seal."
Raker nnd Allen went on and explored the
country, linker surveyed the township of
Mansfield and the party returned tn the
Onion Hlvcr nt a point that i now lu the
town of Holton. Haker and ono man re
turned with tlio boat to SkccmborniiRh,
thenco homo in time to nttend tlio con
vention nt Manchester, Allan nnd
four men came homo uver land,
"After travelling four days through the
woods, brooks and rivers, and over the
rango of Green Mountains with only ono
dinner nnd three partridges for five men,
they reached I'itteforil, almost overcome
with hunger and weakness." During this
nf Alien'., ho and one man vis-
' : : j., '. .i. !...,. r ii .,f tho
Ited tlio grisi-niiii ai'"" . ...... -
Otter Creek, near YerKciinc. caused tlio
in- wim wni a tenant of Col. Reed of
New York, to break up his mlll-ilones and
ii.em ilovvn tlio falls, and gavo orders
not to n pair tlio mill again on penally of
sulfctlng tho dip!casuro of tho Orecn
In July 177U Col. Reed having induced
a number ol Scotch emigrants lo settle near
this niill-.'lte, ho also having fished up
the mlll-slnnc nnd repaired them by hoop.
Ing, and, reinstated tho miller, "Ethan Al
len, Seth Warner, Remember linker an I u
number of olliers" paid a visit to Vergennes.
"They compelled tlio miller to break tin
mlll-slones into small pieces with n sledge"
and thtow them over tho Fulls. They
would have burned tho grit mill only that
iti conllagriitlon would endanger Pang
born' saw mill, l'angborn was the original
proprietor under the New Hampshire title.
The New Yorkers had displaced him on
their advent and returned. To prevent a
recurrence of fiese scenes, Allen nnd lin
ker built a smalt block houo at tlio Falls.
In tho autumn of this year "Allen and
Haker witli one hundred men" went from
Rcnninglon north to drive olf tlio settlers
of Durham nnd Socialborougli, or compel
them to recognize New Hampshire author
ity. These settlers embraced nearly all
Hie inhabitants that wero then settled in
Hie towns of Rutland, Clarendon and Wal
llngford. They accomplished their under
In Illicitly 'spring of 1771 llaker and
Ids family removed to Hie mouth of the
Onion tivcr. This family Remember
Haker, his wife and tlitco chlUron, wtr
the first settleis of Colchester and for that
year at least this was the only family in
town except, that Ira Allen boarded "with
them patt of tlio time. Hiker went back
to Arlington and with Ira Allen engaged u
urge party of men and cu!. a load from
C.tstlcton to Colchester, being about seventy
mile, and to guard against molestation
from New Yolk claimants Haker built a
lilock foit having tlilily-tvvo port holes In
the upper story and being well furnished
Willi aims and ammunition. This fort
stood near the Onion river and near its
lower fall'. Haker now coiisideied hhnselt
permanently located lu Colchester, and in
ihiced a part of the men to remain with
him. tiiil piep.iied to build a giitmill iu
compJliy vviii Ira Allen, his cousin. Till
gii-t mill or coin mill ns Ira Allen called it.
was to have been on n larger scale than the
ones he had licielufore elected in the town
of Arlington and Paw let.
In Ality, li i.). when l.tlian Allen with
his it'll Iv wcie at C'astleton, cu route to
rapture Tirondcioga, Allen dispatched a
me-seliger post li.iste to JiaUer to upair
foillivvitli lo 'I'ii ondcrogii, lo meet him
llieic, to a.i.-t in Hie icdilctloii of the for
H.ikcr and pally wcie not in time. Hut
they niiivcd bcfoie Clown Point, almost
siniultaneously with Setli Warner, whom
Allen had sent to capture that fott, Raker
and Aden together leeching Us surrender,
H.ikcr and his party having captuted two
boat load. of Hntisli t loops that were
hastening from Ciovvu Point to fct. Johns,
witli the'nows ot the fall of Ticonderoga,
and asking for Immediate Kinforccments,
or tiovvn mini would ui'cvviso ta.i. nils
r.tptuic prevented any news fioin reach
Ing Uie foits north, and enabled the
"(iieen .Mountain boys to ontain coin
plete control of Lake Champlaln,
The levoluthm now broke out. An expe
dition against Canada was proposed. The
unfoi lunate liiclianl .Montgomery raised
an armv and stinted noithward Tin of the
lake. Remember Haker was witli it, hold
ing a captain's commission. It may here
be added that all these Green
Mountain cliieltains " wcie llieic, but
wliile Haker was killed, the olliers lived to
see tills country free, nnd some of them to
see Vermont become tlio fomtcenth state
in tin. v.-..-.-... ti.,. other till have endur
ing iiionumciils over then nrAin!r places.
Ethan Allen at Winooskl, Seth WTaiiicr ut
Hoxburv. Conn., Robert Cochrnn nt Ft,
E!vv.ird":.N. Y., etc.
They also lived to lecciyo large dona
tions mid grants of 1 un'j: To Seth Warner
and Ids hi avc associates etc., etc. Hut we
hasten to the last scene of Raker's life.
Montgomery arriving near St. Johns and
wishing a trusty scout, sent Haker witli a
party of men lo discover the movements of
the liiilisli t.oops at the llc Aux-Noix.
We give the icst in tho language of Ira
Allen, "lie cautiously landed at "the bot
tom of a.b.iy, four miles 'above that island,
In the silent watch of the night, tlieiu se
emed Ids boat, nnd in the morning went
witli his men on a point of land, where he
could see the said island aud the lake tor
some distance Raker being a curious
malksmau always kept his musket iu the
best order possible, sat down nnd shai
pened ids Hint ; a parly of Indians lining
discovclcd lits boat, took and set olt xx it'll
it tow aids St. John. Haker saw them ap.
priiaching the point of laud where ho was,
He stationed bis men behind trees, and
when tiie Indians came near he hailed them
and dcs'ie.l them to nive up his boat in it
lucndly in iiiucr, as tlicio was no war be
tween the Indians and Americans. Haker
had unlet rd his men to be concealed and
readv, but not to llic on the Indians ttnlcsi
lie ttiil ; the Indiins showed no signs
of giving up tho boat, wheieupon Haker or
dcicd them to icliun his boat, or lie
would tire upon them. An Indian in the
boat was pieparing lo lite on H.ikcr, who
attempted to lite betoreliand Willi turn, out
Ills muket missed fire, owing to the sharp
ness of his Hint, which hitched on the
steel, lie tccovercd his piece aud again
levelled it at the Indian, at winch instant
the Indian ilicd at him, one buckshot cu
tcieil hi brains and Haker fell dead on the
spot. His men tired on the Indians aud
wounded some, but the boat was soon out
of gunshot. Alternants the Indians ic
turncd and cut off Raker's head, then car
ried it in triumph to St. Johns, where tho
Hilllsli otliceis bought and bulled it: the
In idy was likcvvi.-ointened.
Cutitain Raker win. tlio Hist man killed in
the northern dcpaitmcnt, and being a man
universally lcspectcd, hisdeath mnde unao
clamor In the countiy than the loss of a
Ihou-and men towards the cud ot the Ame.
Raker's wife and tliildicn leiiiaiiie 1 In
tho blockhouse at Colchester till the Hi
lowing spring, then they were obliged to
leave Willi tho other Inhabitants on ac
count of tlio invasion ol Hiiigoync. The
widow afterw mil man led Thomas Huttcr
Tho writer ha no f.ullicr intelligence of
tho fumllv. He earnestly hopes some
abler hand will give a completo biography
of Remember Haker nnd his family.
Enough Is here stated to show that or
tiionleis have reason lo remember Hcmem
her Haker, remember hhn and honor his
name. J. ! H.
Walllugford, rvov. S,, ISid.
Titov Cox-Kiti-NCE Camp Mkk.uxu.
The picslding ciders of llic Troy confer
ence have appointi'ii an luiciiiuuinini mi'
meeting to bo held at Round Lake, com
mencing July 8th, 1874, nnd continuing
two weeks. All tlio branches of Methodism
in the United Stales and British America
are invited to attend. Tlio Methodist
bishops and thu othci leading men of tlio
denomination have wiltten letters endors
Ing tho action of the elders of tho Troy
Count Euggcr ct Hatlsbon, tho lineal re
prescntalivo of the oneo very famous bank
ers of Augsburg (vvl.oso helpcnilled Charles
V. lo carry on his wars, ) has been recently
onlercd to quit liavaria, a ho took tho oaths
of a Jesuit soiuo years since. Against this
application of tho new law tlio count has
nppenled to tlio king's privy council, on tho
ground that no Ravariun subject can bo
mado subject to tho laws of May wlthou
iho will of tho sovereign, the- power of th
king having been expressly reserved undo
tho treaty of Versailles