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THUHSDAY, DECEMI1EU 4, 18T3.
AIMtVAL .VXD DKPAIITCUE OK TI1UXS.
TRAtXS AKR1VK AT RCTLAND.
Fromllellows Falls, 1:10 & t0:20 a, m., '2:20 X
tS!33 p. m.
" llurllngton 12:40 & '11:31 a. m., 12:S0 17:01 ,
" Port Henry, '11:32 a. in and 7:00 p. ui. 1
" liennlngtou, tl2: p. m., n.wi '10.01 p. i
" Saratoga, '11:43 a. m., 0:08 p. m.
" satom, 1:40 & t8:so a. in., t8:40 4:M p. in.
TRAINS LEATE KCTLAND.
for Bellows Falls, 12:50 & t4:30a. m., MJMO ta-M
Uurllngton, 1:43 X t5:40 a. lu.,
Port Henry, D:40 a. m. anil s-M p. in.
Bennington, t3:00 & "O-.oo a. in., x ta:!3 p. in.
Saratoga, 6:00 a. m., Ic 's.oo p. in.
Salem, 1:40 s t:uo a. m., "l:0o X tiwoo p. m.
'.Mull Train f Mixed.
Harlem Extension way, 3.45 a. m and I.") p. in.
Eastern way, 11.40 a. m
Troy way, 12.40 p. in.
T roy, 12.40 p. in., 2.40 p. in., and 8.30 p. in.
Albany, 12.40 p. in., 2.40 p. in., ami v.ao p. m
Boston, 11.40 a. in., anil V.30 p. in.
(.'lunulas, 1.15 p. m.
Northern way, 2.00 p. in.
Harllngton, 2.00 p. in. and .30 p. in.
Saratoga way, 2.40 p. in.
Ne v York, 2.40 p. In. and 9.30 p. in.
C i ncctl"ut Utter way, 9.30 p. m.
Wojdsteefc way, (Stage) l.no p. in.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays and Satuidaysl 3.uo p. in.
sto.'kbrhlge (stage', l:oo p. in.
II irlem EUenslon way, 10.03 p. m
II intern way, 2.20 p. In.
Truv way, 4.M p. 111.
Troy, 1.40 a. in., 11.43 a. in. and l.r.i p. m
Albany, 11.45 a. 111., 4.M and 9.10 p. m.
Iioston, 1,40 a. in. and 2.20 p. in.
Canadas, 12.40 a. in.
Northern way, 11.32 a. in.
llnrllngton, 12.40 nnd U.!i2 a. 111.
Saratoga way, 11.45 a. in.
New York, 11.45 n. m. and 4.55 p. in,
Connecticut Itlver way, s.43 p. 111.
Woodstock way, (stage) 11.55 a. in.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays and Saturdays) 10.30 a.m.
Stockbrtdgo (stage), 12:30 p. m.
EMails will ho promptly closed at thu specl
ileedliour; all letters deposited In tho street
botes will bo collected at 8.45 and 11.00 a. m.,
12.10, l.H2.2)and last collection for all nlgnt
malls, at 9.00 p. m. All letters deposited In the
Letter Hot at tlu Depot will bu collected by
Home Agents llvo minutes previous to tho de
parture ot each mall train
A liver! 1 semen 1.
Heelings, Amusements, i:tc.
A regular communication or Center Lodge,
No. 34, V. X A. L, this Thursday evening at T:30
o'clock. There will also be work 011 the 3rd de
gree. To-Iluy's -lolo.
I'mik.- -Henicmber Hikcr-
Sixoxi) I'aok. Editorials Con-rresslon-id
Notes The National Finances The
Future of Prices and Wages.
Tainti I'aok. Dashes Fair Haven
ratal Affray nt Port Henry Vermont nnd
Canada Hailroad Ilurglary Marriages and
Deaths -Special anil Associated Press Dis
patches. Forirrn P.vok. Centennial Tea Party
Foreign Intelligence Walt Whitman' Pie
ference. Weather Probabilities.
Wai: Depaktmbnt, Omen or tiik 1
Chief Signal Officku, Wasiiixoto.v,
1). C, Dec. 3, 1873 S P. M. J
For Now England and the noithcm por
tion of tho Middle States increasing easter
ly to southerly winds 'with threatening
weather and areas of rain; lor the southern
portion of the Middle States nnd South At
lantic States diminishing pressure, south
easterly to southwesteily winds and partly
A man arrived on the Troy train at mid
night last night, legisteiiug himself at the
Hates Houso as .1. Coyn, Home, X. Y. Ho
washed himself, paid for his lodgings and
wished to be called to go on an early train
to Poit Henry. He met a friend and
stalled to go to the depot to get a lunch,
and in starting to go down to the front
entrance, fell headlong to the foot of the
stairs. He was taken up senseless, and it
Is feared the injury is fatal, although at
this writing, (3 n. m.,) a physician had not
!USHi:s7l ERE AM) THEKE.
The sun sets to-night at 4:28 ; rises to
morrow morning nt 7:14.
A young gill, aged seventeen years, in ft
semi-intoxicated state, was a sad sight on
Merchants' How yesterday.
At the Berkshire, Mass., Methodist
Preachers' Association, nt Willinmstowu,
next week, Itev. H. C. Fairar, formerly of
Castlcton, and ltev. William M. Chlpp,
foimeriy of Poultney, arc lo icad essays.
Our cotemporary will serve the public,
and omc of Its patrons full as well by giv
ing attention to its oicn financial affairs and
difficulties, just nt this time, ns to have so
much anxiety about iu neighbor affairs,
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ItUtland.Vt., will send her addiess to the
IWimnslnr ,.! I!l1.,n,l. she will bear 0r
omolhlns to her advantage.
Hammond, Mis. Thomas II.mn.ond, Mta
I Clarence Hammond,
of Crown Point, arc among tho lost In the
gicat ocean disaster. Great gloom per-
vndes the conimuiiily nt Crown Point at
this sad event, which lias removed a family
icspected und boloml ns friends and nelglt
bori. Expressions of sympathy How In
from all sections from the wide circle of
friends of the family.
Commander C. A. llabcock of the Navy,
has been ordeied to recruiting duty at Hur
The Vermonters at Worcester, Mass.,
havo organized fer n banquet at soiiin tlmo
A match game of checkers for the chain-
ulonshlp of the vvoild, between Mr.
Wylle, the English chmipion, and Mr.
Ilaiker of Ilostou, will begin Dec 10th, at
Tho liartonvlllo depot was broken Into,
mid about $140 worth ot tickets taken Mb
Five new Grunges of thu Patrons of
Husbandry have been orgimled In Ver
Tim Gi.oiii: Is under special obligations
10 Alfred H. Connor, the night telegraph
operator for the very coirect report
of tho President's message, and his
persistent efforts to enablu us to lay It
bcfoui our readers yesterday morning,
Also to Ml. I, O. Hagley the (leneral
mr .. ,,. Iilu stillt-tnriliu n ( ( ntt lrt in nr.
ranging and forwarding tho dispatches.
'ri,. T.rtn Re.iUw savs that them seven
ll.ousand men In that city who want a war
with Cuba, provided they cango as sutlers,
I liPV (10 llOt cam lor llio iiunuin uuu kiui
..11 n.tf wont. Uftplmnnotoavenin?
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inn viuiULL'ii iiuiiui o
t.i...i i..w,-. r iviir iiifi(iinrr rnnntrv
bv selllntr cliecse at 87 rents per pound,
Ix. " " ifti,ii
Money matters am constantly growing
blighter as the weeks pass.
The lcinnrknblo mlilrcss of .Itulgc Davis
to the convict Tweed Is printed In tho
Liberal Chriitian as " u model of that real
eloquence which nlwnys nccom panic thu
speaking of troth with power."
Yesterday was set np.nt by the Episco
palians for Intercession In behalf of mis
sionary work nt home and nbroad.
"I'nddy, my boy," said n gentleman to
1111 Iilshinan, whom he observed fishing
awny at a deep poo, "that must bo n
fayorltc stieam for trout " "Faith mid
sure and It must bo that same, for I have
been standing here these three hours, nnd
not 0110 of 'em come out of It."
Throw out a few crumbs lo the English
sparrows during the winter.
09 cent stores are being established
throughout thu country. If they arc as
popular nnd do as largo 11 business as the
00 cent store In Holland they will be 11 success.
Hl'iiulaiiy. Some miscreants on Tues
day night effected an entrance into the
lesldenceof Mr. Kobeit Motllthrop, living
near the Fair Grounds in Ibis village, and
devoured nnd can led aw ay what provisions
they could lay their hands on. Next morn
ing the pantry was found to have been
swept clean of its plenteous time
during the night, but foitunately the
thieves seem satisfied to gn no farther In
their stealing, and nothing else Is missing
savo a solitary silver spoon. Sneak thieves
are evidently in this vicinity and houschol.
deis should look well to their locks nnd
Tin; ExTim-Nors. This organization
held 11 regular meeting last evening at the
Hardwoll House, which was well attended.
A charade ot a plecs'iie character was
euacled, and vocal and instrumental music
was furnished by tho members. The
"Arion Quai telle" an amateur male or
ganlzation nude Its first appearance and
sang two quartette. Dancing was then
indulged In for an hour or so to the evi
dent delight of the participants.
I.KoiTix oi' Ituv. E. Mills. The second
Icctme by Hcv. Mr. .Mills on " European
Scenes nnd Society," was delivered last
evening at the Jlaptlst Church to a very
good house. Tills lecture was a vciy brief
description of some of the won; pioinincnt
features of Pails, Its public buildings, pal
aces and gaidcns, tho social standing and
refining iiilluences of the people, nntt some
thing concerning the .suburban villages of
the metropolis. Time and space forbid an
abstract of the same. After the lecture the
ladies of the Haptist Society had prepaied
a social season, and provided ice cieam nnd
other refreshments. The next lectme is
to be given in two weeks, which will cm
brace his journey from Paris through the
centie of France, touching upon Lyons,
Marseilles and Nice.
ncvMwro.v coc.vrv comer.
Hon. Hoyt II. Wheeler, Chief Judge.
Hon. I. N. Sykcs, 1 , . , , T ,
Hon. M. W. -Porter,
John V. Hall, Clerk:
Kidnesdty, Ike. 3. The court convened
at 0 o'clock. The day was occupied iu the
trial of the case of Aleander II. Xonns vs.
I.ouls Noithoute. Trespass for running
into aud damaging a carnage. George W.
Harman and C. X. Davenport for plaintiff.
Tarrant Sibley nnd A. II. Gardner for de
fendant. The testimony was all taken,
and after a charge from Judge Wheeler tho
jury took the case. Tho com t thou ad
journed until 0 o'clock this moinlng, when
the Xo. 130 J. K. Mocliler vs. Town of
Shaftsbury will be heard.
C'nlRl Affray at fori Hinr) .
About four o'clock on Wednesday moin
lng, Patrick McEncry, a citizen of Port
Henry, was seen prow ling around the house
occupied by Mrs. Hobear, in that village,
and trying to get in tluougli the door which
was locked. He was repeatedly ordered to
go away by Mrs. Itobear, but paid 110 at'
tention to her warning. Finally she llrcd
a pistol through the window, which, how
ever, did not seem to intimidate him, ns lie
soon broke down the door and went into
the house A scufilo hero ensued between
McEnery, Mrs. IJobcar, and hcrson, which
culminated iu the shooting of McKnci v by
Mrs. Hobear, killing him almost instantly.
The true cause of the invasion by McEncry
Is not known, while we understand the
woman's reputation Is not of the best.
Vkumoxt axo Canaiia Haii.i:oad. Wu
learn from the Boston papeis that the ill
rectors of the Vermont and Canada road
have trusteed the llostou and Lowell, Hos-
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is ,n.cimnnry t0 otlieis in the United States
Iu addition to the writs mentioned above
served upon various roads at the suit of the
Vermont and Canada Hallroad, one has
been Issued nnd served for the sum of
$150,-000, upon the X'orthern Hallroad
The coal dealers
that little more
tuan half tho usual stock of coal for faml
ly consumption has thus far been ordered;
this season. People assume that the coal
monopoly will not materially alter cxlstin;
prices, and, theieforc, order two or Ihrcu
tons Instead of 10 to 12, and hope for an
raster money maikct by the time they nio
ready for the rest.
Mauiu.k, Somo time during the past
year 11 company of men living lu Cam
bridge purchased a tract of land In Water-
vllle, near Hakcrsllcld line, with the
expectation of finding a large quantity of
marble. It has turned out to be a nuperior
quality of limestone, an aitlcle much
needed In that Bcellon.
TiiESriUK atPoh-tHeni-v is not yet
settled. Messrs. Peak & Doty s men have
, t ,0 rk 1C ,..,, w,,0
I . i . e .1 1
Mr, I)o(, ,ho aUt, They wero J
however, nut Into execution. I ho men
will go to woik this week for $1.40 per day
or not at nil.
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A Heavy Wkioiit. Tho nancw tay
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itiero is il nov in ifffiri iif. inuriccn vc;irs
olil, that welglu one hnudreil nntl eighty
TEE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, THURSDAY MOHNINfi. DECEMBER 4, 1873.
At the annual village meeting, holden 1
Monday evening, the following officers were I
elected for the ensuing year :
Moderator Joseph Adams.
Clerk George M. Fuller.
Truslcci'S. Peck, M. Maynard, W.
Collector I). McNnmara.
Treasurer E. H. Phelps.
An appropriation was made to purchase
hose for the fire company, and also to pay
the present Indebtedness of the company.
The trustees were Instructed to cicct lamp
posts on sticet coiners, furnish them with
lamps, nnd see that they are lighted on
The Old Folks' Concert by "ye syugcrs"
fiom Casllelon, which occurred on Monday
evening, was n grand success. The mull
enco was large nnd nil wcte well pleased.
.Miss liuit, especially, won golden opinions
ns a vocalist of rare talent.
D. LymaiiCraudall,for a shortthue editor
and pioprictor of the Fair Haven Journal,
Is in town. Ho lias lately been connected
with (huH.irro Gazette, of Worcester coun
Allen Ilrothets have just leased the pop
crly known as Mud Dock, near Clilpniau's
Point, in Orwell, whew they Intend to
commence Ihemanufactuiu of I nick in the
spilng. 'they already have an extensive
hilck manufactory lu this place.
The old Adams House, fur many years
occupying :i prominent position in our
village, has met with 11 change. A pat I of
it has been moved lo the 1101th pait of the
village, where it will be lilted for a tene
ment. The leniainlng poillon was being
removed w lien the snow caused 11 suspen
sion of the work. This pait now occu
pics the street opposite the post olllcc,
whcio It is likely to lemalu until spring.
For many years this was the only hotel In
town. It is rtnnoied that :t line brick
block will be creeled on the old site, during
I be year 1871.
Tin: I.ujroi: It.MDs tx Amusox Cmxiy.
A lkiston exchange says : Slate-Allor-ney
I.ucia's efforts to suppi ess the liquor
traffic In Addison county imct Willi a
hcaity popular icsponse. lie was iccent
lycscoitcd from the couit room to bis
hotel by a baud of some foity instiumenls,
mostly of tin, and the first cltl.ens of the
place united In making bis progiess :i pcr-
tcct ovation. Knthusiaslic groans gicetet
him on every side, nnd it eggs hadn't been
so high lie would have leeched something
substantial in the way of a testimonial.
Tin: Pahmixs or IIi siianduv. I he
ranges of this order have been steadily ln-
oie.v-ingof late, especially in western Ma?
sachusetl, and 011 Wednesday a Stale
grange is to be organised in Greenfield. It
is expected that pioinincnt representatives
of the Xatlonal Grange will lie present,
and also the officers of the Vcimont State
Grange. The movement iu Massachusetts
has been only a lecent one, but In Vermont
it took root many mouths ago nnd some
lifty granges have been established. We
learn that the movement is progressing in
Maine aud Xew Hampshire, and that soon
State granges will be formed iu both these
A Form 11 Ti:i:m. A young woman,
about twenty yens of age, enleieil hint
week upon her louilli teim in tlie btatc
Prison she having completed her third
term only about thicu months ago. This
time she goc3 from Uurllngton on 11 sen
tence of two years.
Tin: Holidays. The. Holiday season is
dose at hand, nnd our merchants arc pie
paring for them by fresh invoices of new
W a i.t os's Vnr.MoXT Hkoisu'.i:, Farmers'
Almanac and llusincss Directory for 1874.
The only Vermont Itcgistcr published.
Single conies, bv mail, 15 rents. Addiess
Gi.oiib Paper Co., Holland.
Waxild nt Allen & Diew's, live good
coat makers. Xone but first-class workmen
need apply, ns we want only those who
can work on line custom clothing.
ciianneil hands, face, rouch sk In. nlinnles,
ring worm, salt-rheum and 01 her cutaneous nl-
loci 10ns eureti. anil ino sk 11 niniiu sou mm
smoolh, by using tho. lunlp'-r Tar Soap, made
by Caswell, llii7.ini cn., New York, lie eer-
iiun 10 genne .lumper mr nuap. us im-iu iuu
mnnv Imitations inadu with I'UllltlOll Tnr which
lire worthless. no2ld.tw4w
In Mlddlebiiry, Nov. 27, by Kev. 1:. 1". Honker,
IJ.ivld II. Moiiclmm, M. 1)., (it YVnlllngford, and
Sarah A. l.eacn (teacnei) 01 .Miuiiicuury.
in Uurllngton, Nov. 21, by Itev. II. (Iridium,
Kd'.ird M. I'liincy and lieorglo A. Ilurruwx.
In Uurllngton, Dec. 2, Francis P. !ctiilf ut
.a Crosse, Wisconsin, formerly ot w ashlngton,
v UB ears mm m mumus,
?,nv -,UTl riiu iii;.
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Notice Is heteiiy given mat 1 nuvu icureii
frum tho (Inn ot Tuttlo and llodlngton, ami
Irom uu business connected with the Hutland
UrruU. I.. W. IlKllIMlTUN
liutianu, December 1, isis,
fjl II E S V X .
W'UKKLY, SiUMI-WKKULY & DAILY'
Tho Weekly Hun Is too widely known to 10
nulro any extended recommendation: but tho
reasons wnicu navo aireauy given it nny wiuns-
anu Buuscnocrs, ouu which win, wo nope, givi
ii many inousunus more, nro urieny ns lonuws
It Is a llrsl-ralo newspaper. All tho news of
tho day will bu found In It, condensed when un
important, at full length when of moment, and
always prcscnicu in a civar, iiiieiuiuiu uuu in
It Is u liist-rato family vmiior. full of enter.
lalnliiL' nnd Instructive reading of every kind,
but C'liiiuiniiig Homing inui can oueiin 1110
most dellcnto und scrupulous taste.
It Is a llrsl-ruto story paper. Tho best tales
and romances of currentllfcratuioiiro carefully
solectod and loglbly primed In Its pages
it, is a 1 rsi-ruio nirricuiiur 11 nancr. 1 110 most.
fresh and Instructive articles on agricultural
topics regularly appear In this derailment.
It Is uu Independent political paper, belong
ing to no party and wearing no collar. H lights
lor principle, nun ior iuu i-u'cuoh ui uiu ui-ni.
men to olllce. It especially devotes Us energies
to tho exposure ot iho great corruptions that
HOW weilKCIl uuu llliuvu uui luuuuj, mm
threaten to undennlno republican Institutions
altogether. It has no tear of knaves and asks
no lavors iruin uiuu aiiiMi, inn,
It reports tho fashions fu- tho ladles and tho
market for llio men, especially Iho catlle
markets, to which It pays particular attention.
ffi' ' '! "!.0WC ,'!'1s1r',.y7r,r1"n'KV,L',,;,i :
scrlber. It Is not neceasary to get up a club in
order to havo T..K WlilA ps at lids
1 ,. ..nnK
TIIK WKHKLY HUN night naire.s. nflv-slx
gjgji $ lM a '',nr- Nu ,lla""a
Jar.'.yBHuMKal:v!e S'MVw jir
ecu vi ruiun .u it-ii ur ufr
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, I1IILIV1 ui lUl'll'llUlil, LUIUIUIIH) IIUIII VIIUUIU1
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i iiouuver iw.vw. au iitu now a ror y roiim. uu
I pwi tiniuu in ivvw vein u iiiuimt. ur tu.w j vui
'rociuijorioornvtT.n diMcountof vypertent.
AUUr-, "Till: t N," New VorV City,
Special to the Olobo.
The Murder nt State Line.
Henxixoton, Dec. 3.
Charles Gieen, the man nriestcd on sus
picion of being the murderer of Ann Shay,
who was found at State Lino on Tuesday
morning dead by llio loadslde, has con
fessed that he nsssaultcd and ravished her
and left her nllve In the place w here she
was found. It Is supposed that she lost
her senses from the fiendish treatment of
Green nnd on legalnlng them was too weak
to arise and so died of cxposuie and cold.
Giccn was taken lo Troj and there con
lined in jail this afternoon, to await com
The prisoner Is a young man of about 2!
ycais of age and has a loaferish appear
ance, although not looking murderously In
clined, lie has a bad lobulation, having
been hi the hands of the law several limes
befoie for various oflVnccs, principally for
The excitement is Intense Iu the vicinity
of the occurrence of the tragedy nnd It lias
been frill id an attempt would be mule to
lynch Green, but he has been caiefully
Special to tlio (Uobe.
WKslKlIX VUIIMON'I MPSIOAI. ASSill'IA'l IOX.
Mllllll.Klll'UV, Dec. 3.
Tlicnnnual convention of the Western
Vermont Mu-ieal Association opened heie
yeslcrd.iy, for four days of singing nnd vo
cal training, under the eminent dlieellou of
Prof. L. O. Emerson, of Huston. To-day
the cliorus niunbeis over one hundied, 'iiiil
all pails air well lepiescnled and very
evenly divided. Singers of prominence aie
in attendance from all parts of this stale
aud many from Xoithein New Yolk.
Everything piomlses a grand convention,
musically and financially.
The chorus spent the foicuoon of to-day
iu singing, from the new work of W. O.
Perkins. "The Chinch Welcome," nnd the
ever popular "National ('bonis Hook."
The class were pu' through a systematic
and thorough course of training upon sevc
ml of the numbers rehearsed, by Professor
Emerson, who, as twtal, displayed his tal
ents as a drill-master nnd musical conduct
or. Much attention was given to expres
sion, and the light light and shade, under
which discipline much improvement was
shown by the class.
The social hour this afternoon was made
paitlcularly entertaining to the goodly
number of spectators who assembled, nnd
was a splendid foictaste of what may be
had during the remaining two days. The
ollsts, Mrs. Carter and Mrs. Spring,
were ot course llie ciuei comers 01 minir.
tlon, weie iu tine voice, and won new
lautcls ot pialsu far men h,..-......
talents. They favored the audience
with two duetts, which weie each
nthusiastically encored. The singing of
these ladies, either In solos or combined, is
rate musical Heat to the listener, and
their appearance at the Convention is a
matter at once of congratulation to the
management and to all who come within
thu sound of their bird-like voices. Mr. J.
P. Cobb, the humorist and hero of many a
Vermont musical convention, is in attend
ance, anil is, ot course, a niaihuu uiu.u-
tion. He sang a patriotic song, of a stir
ring llillUie, Dill Ills IlUl-lllvnig niaiimi"
would not allow him lo retire until he gave
them one of ills inimitable comic songs,
which he executed In his best style. Pi of.
E. II. Higley, the pianist of llie Conven-.
tlon, performed a brilliant piano solo,
which was icvchcd with much approba
tion bv nil, while little Miss Ella
Eail, lhe"muslcal prodigy," appealed In a
bewitching song in her most lady-like and
Impressive style. She is destined to be
come one of the finest of slngeis.
After the social hour tho chouis took up
the Xatlonal Chorus Hook, nnd executed
several of the most difficult nnthems and
choruses In very ell'cctlvo stylo ; also a solo
nnd chorus of Prof. Emerson's ow n com
To-morrow and next day will undoubted
ly bring a large addition to llie chouis,
VTlille the programmes for the social hour
of each afternoon nnd tho grand concert
of each evening will furnish a musical en
tcitainment of much grandeur and merit
to all who have the love of melody and
song lu their heat Is. s.
From Sen York.
'bw Yoiik, Dec. ii.
Schooner J. H. Hall, grain laden, from
Youniistovvn, Ohio, for Oswego, sunk olT
Pultneyvlllo while in tow ; ciew saved.
A Hue In the boiler of the Anchor Mills,
St. I.ouls, collapsed yesterday killing two
William II. Hasklus of Taunton, Mas
suicided In the street, by shooting, to-day,
uged II fly.
Wasiiinoiox, Dec. ii.
Tho ltepublican Scuatoilal Caucus met
lu adjourned session tills morning, but
the committee appointed to icvlse thu
standing cominittco was not ready to ic
port and Iho caucus adjourned until to
morrow. A caucus of Democrat Seuatois
was hel I to deslgnato who shall 1111 respec
tlvo vacancies left by majority for mi
nority representation on committees. The
list not being received from tho icpubllcan
caucus, nothing was done but lo adjourn
subject to call,
I co Ilroaklug' Up.
PlIl'llllKKKI'SlK, Dec. !l.
A sudden thaw has prevailed at all points
on the upper Hudson, to-day, and icpoiU
fr om above stnto that the Ice, south of Cuts,
kill Is on the move
Suicide of Judge IVckhnm's llrother.
Mliw vt'KEL' Dee. 3,
The man who jumped from llie bridge
Into the river, last night, proves to be
George W. Pcckhnm, an old nnd esteemed
but retired lawyer of this city, nnd brother
of Judge Peckham, of Albany, who was
lost In the Vllle dil llavte. Mr. Peckham
was nbout'80 ycarsof nge, nnd It Is thought
that the death of his brother produced
SEXATOI! .MOIinil.L OX HKSI'MPTIOX OF Sl'KCIE
WasiiixoioX, Dec. 3.
Senator Morrill of Vermont argued at
length to-day In favor or the irsuniptlon ol
specie payment, and urged upon Congress
the necessity of legislation lu that dlicctlon.
He wns not, lie said, wedded to nny special
plan, but lavored that proposed by promi
nent financiers of Xew Voik. that the
Secretary of the Treasury shall l-sue certi
ficates payable lu four yen's with Intcicst
at 3 Cm at par iu United Slates notes or
gold, at option of liold'T: irqulring bulks
to keep one moiety of their it-serves In
these certificates, aud for the government
to give notice that on January 1st, ISTo, it
will p ly its notes in cash In New Yolk 1
authorizing Hie government to negotiate
the loan of two hundred million dollars In
coin nt (1 per cent per annum : ccttlllcatcs,
as fast as icdecmed, may be paid out by
the Secretary of the Treasury lo satisfy
claims against the government. He hoped
soon to submit a bill providing for the de
sired return lo a specie basis.
Senator Ferry of Michigan, moved to
take up the lesolullon olTeicd by htm on
Monday, to provide for the settlement of
the financial derangement.
Senator Wright of Iowa, moved that tho
Senate proceed to llie consideration of ex
ecutive business, with llie understanding
that Senator Feiry be entitled to the lloor
0:1 his icsolution to-morrow.
Senator Stevenson of Kentucky, patent
ed 11 petition of 3,fi()0 citizens of Kentucky,
asking for the passage of 11 law prohibiting
the manufacture of spirituous liquorsinthc
territories.!!! the United States.
The Senate at S o'clock went into execu
tive session. After 20 minutes the doors
wereicopcncd and the Senate adjourned
Mr. Pratt submitted a resolution instruct
ing the Committee on Judiciary to inquire
whether Congress 1ms constitutional au
thority to create corporations torconstiuct
ing railroads and canals penctratidg two or
more States, and whether It lias authority
to regulate rates of railroad transportation
over existing loads cbaitcrcd by the States,
which, by consolidation, have a continuous
line ruunlng through two or more Stales.
Mr. Fcnton's bill to provide for better
protection of the Xoithwcst frontier, etc.,
provides for the loan of eight million dol
lars in United States lO-oO four aud a half
per cent, bonds, to be made by the United
States to the State of New- York, for the
purpose of enlarging ncqucdiicts ami one
tier of locks on the Erie nnd Oswego
canals, lo the rapacity to pass vessels of
war 25 feet In width and two hundied in
lenirll, nnil niori'lnnt vpsci.ls .e .! l..
died tons burden propelled by steam, where
said canals are less than fiO feet upon the
bottom. The bill also provides that after
the payment of the debt for which canal
revenues 111 c now constitutionally pledged,
und after the canals aie thus enlarged their
net levcnuc shall be paid into the tieasury
of the United States until the proposed loan
of S-8,000,000 isiep.ild. The bonds me to
be issued upon Ilieiepottof the eommls
sloners ns the woik progi esses every three
Mr. Cessna, of Pennsylvania, olfercd a
icsolution ts admit Davis and Hogan, of
West Virginia, without piejiidlce by their
Alter some debate it was lefcried.to the
Committee on Klections,
Mr. Scliuinaker, of Xew Voik, gave
notice of n bill to erect in the city of
lirooklyn a suitable building for the
post olllce and federal com Is.
Mr. Storms, or Pennsylvania, gave notice
of a bill to lepeal so much of the act of
Maich 3rd, 18711, as prohibits weekly news
papers from passing llnough the mails free
Mr. H.iwes, of Mississippi, Introduced a
bill to provide for the redemption of the
loan of lft'iS.
Heferred to the Committee in, Ways and
Mr. Co, of -New Voik, moved the ad
mission of P.. C. Davidson, from the fourth
distiict of Louisiana, nnd advocated his
.Mr. Hutlcr, of Massachusetts, scut to
clerk's desk and had lead n ccitlllcate from
Governor Kellogg, of Louisiana, dated 29th
November, 1873, nnd stating that at the
special elect! in held in tlie fourth distiict
of Louisiana, on November SHh, Oeorgo
L. Smith had icccivcd a niajoiity ot tlie
votes cast, and was duly elected to lepie
sent that district in Congiess.
Mr. Cox Intimated that the ccillllcatcs
had been got up in Washington, and stated
that It was practically impossible to havo
the vote counted so boon in n distiict bo
largo and without railroads. Ho appealed
to tho Houso to give tho State of Louisiana
the right to bo heard through nt least one
representative fahly elected.
Ml. Morcy, of Louisiana, moved to
amend llio resolution by Inserting the namo
ot Oeorgo L. Smith instead of Davidson.
Mr. Hutlcr, of Massachusetts, stated
that tho House by Its act jesterday had
vlltually decided the nucstion, because, If
Mr. Peters had not died he would have been
admitted with Sypher and Sheldon. A
special election had been held to till the
vacancy, and Oeorgo L. Smith had been
elected, and was entitled to bis 6eat.
Mr. Morey's amendment wns ngiccd to i
Yeas, 1(11 i nays, OS.
-Mr. Woodford, of New Voik, and Mr.
Phelps, of New Jersey, (Itepublicans),
voted in tho negative, and tho oath of the
olllrcr was administered to .Mr. Smith.
.Mr. Uutlcr. of Massachusselti, then
innved that the ceitillcales of the contest.
nuts for seats, from the State of Louisiana,
bo leferrcd to tho Committee on Hlcctlons.
Tho comnilllce was announced by tho
Speaker, as follows :
Mcssis. Smith, New York Thomas,
Ninth Carolina Haelton, Wisconsin j
Todd, Pennsylvania Pike, New Hump-
shlioj Zlncr, Virginia! Itoblnson, Ohio j
Ilunlson, Tcnnesseo j Althur, Kentucky i
Spier, Pennsylvania, and Lamar. Missis,
Mr ICnsson, of Iowa, asked unanimous
fcoiieut to Introduce and have printed a
"'" 10 rePeal llie mcreascoi ine saisry mw
Mr. Duller, of Tennessee, objected.
The House then, at 4 o'clock, adjourned.
Loss of the Vllle dn Havre-Inexcusable
Ciirelessnrsss.-.Ilrinery of the
London, Dec. 3.
Later details of tho wicck or Vllle du
Ilavie, leport that the Loch Earn was
sighted by those onjboard the steamer from
fifteen to seventeen minutes befoie the col
Xew Yoiik, Dec. 3.
A London special gives the following
additional particulaie of the loss of the
Vllle du llnvio. At the time of the col
lision Hie second officer wns lu charge of
the ship nnd perished. The sailor on tho
lookout was icsrued. He maintains that
ten minutes prior to the catastrophe he re
ported to the officer lu charge, and the lat
ter gave confused ouleis to the man nt the
wheel. The few saved owed their lives lo
the sagacity of the engineer, who stopped
the engines in time, thus preventing further
loss of life by slioi telling tho distance be
tween the vessels. Only one among the
new can speak English, the remainder be
Ing Frenchmen. The steamer was steering
cast southeast, on the stai board tack, Ink
olT two points prior to striking. The Loch
K:ii 11 was 1 mining three points free on U.e
poit tack. The weather was clear and the
stius shining. The ship was carrying all
her canvass except studding sails. Two
hours later the sea became somewhat
rough. A com t of Inquiry lias been open
ed at Cardiff. Cnpt. Surinont blames the
officer In charge, beyond which he is un
able, satisfactorily, lo explain the cntas
trophe. Xo signs of the ship Loch Earn.
The American consul nt Cardiff wns ab
sent from his post of; duty. lie. h:n sent
letters or condolence from London, regret
ting not having heard of the catastrophe iu
A Paris Herald special says the detailed
accounts given by survivors are liairowing
anddistiessing. Mr. Waite, who was ac
companied by his sister, became sepai atcd
from her In the horrid vortex caused by
the sinking ship ; the brother alone was
saved. Miss llrccdon left the wicck hand.
In-hand with her father j the latter was
drowned James Hishop had seemed two
planks and gave one to his friend, G II Tny
lor, who was drowned. Mr. Hishop nar
rowly escaped. A sailor attaching himself
to the plank, Hishop left it nnd swam for
another. Hobeit McCtoskcy Hutt, aged
17. said he was roused from sleep by the
shock and ruslicd on deck. There he
found nearly all praying. Mrs. Hulk
ley's invocations aloud sounded like in
spiration. Judge Httfris W. Peckham was
standing near his wife encouraging all, and
saying, "If we must go down, let us go
braycly." lie observed Mrs. Murray, Mrs.
Piatt and -Mr. Kcnnett. The latter was
bringing her infant on deck, the little one
who had been the favorite of all the pas.
scngers. She handed tho child to the
nurse while she weut to letch the second
child, lieforc she was able to return the
ship went down. Hutt thinks he lloatcd 20
minutes on a spar. Many were prevented
from swimming, having their overcoats on,
("apt. Surinont remains at Cardiff, utterly
prostrated. All attribute the disaster to the
,l "f discipllno on board.
Jacoo Ui.uuniu.l of Klallmsli was an ad
ditional victim by Vllle dn Ilavie. He
was on his way to France to attend to fami
ly matters, and leaves a wife and four
The vessel was insured in French com
panies for about one million dollars, or
two-lbhds of her full value.
li inn Washington,
Wasiiixotox, Dec. !i.
Abel Owen of South Carolina, convicted
of Ku-klu.v climes and sentenced to im
prisonnient in Albany penitentiary, was
pardoned t i-day,
MAIL HKKVIl'K KXTKXSIOX.
liailway mail service has been extended
from Ithaca to Oeneva N. .
Xvw Vorlt Siloi-U lilln .Vloilcy .flrli-l
New YoitK, Dee. 3.
Money closed at M7, after loaning ut I-.H per
hteillng Lxcliango lli-mat 105 for on da) s, ami
lio for sight.
Customs receipts at the Hold Kxehauge to-day
amounted to $i2S,ooo.
Hold closed nt 103 alter selling at 10S', to
Loans weie matin at T.
carrying rates 1-32 to 3-tn.
Treasury illsbiirsuieiils lo-day amounted to
Clearings lu tho (iold i:ehnnge amounted to
(lovernments closed sliong nt the highest
prices of Iho day.
Stato bonds dull but strong.
Stocks were actlTe;throughout tho day anil
prices advanced from y, to 4', percent. On
closing there was a reaction ot from H to 1 per
cent, tho maiket closing barely steady, Willi
business well distributed. Tho greatest ad
vance was In rncllli! Mali. Tho strongest
stocks outside I'nclflc Mall w ere Western Union
New York Central, I.iko Shore, Rock Island,
Northwestern and Oldos.
Tho following aro tho closing quotations
I Where blanks occur tUero wero no blds.l
11. s. 0s st rej 1
U. s. 0s '02 eoupon.llsi4
bus X Cln
u. s, nus -oa i eg. . i iu,-
U. S. f-20s 'OJeoup.lll
II. H tt-'iOH '04 coup.m
II. S. -20a '05 old.. 112
II. H. I-2tH'C5 now. 116
MIL bt. l'anl
do. preferred. . .
T. VV. X W
II. H. H-20S0T 1 ITV
II. H S.20S-CS llti4
I'. S. rs new WJ.sj
U.S. lo-ios reg..,.irx
II. H. l0.40scounon.U0
Alton aud Torre
do. preferred... 22
Chicago Alton.. 01
do. preferred... 102
currency Cs IWJi
son Canal 114
Cault n W
ConStlldaled Coal 49
Cuuilerluud ' W
Ohio X Mississippi. 57!
DcL.Lack. A; West. 97'4
Uostou. Hartford &
1 .r.riu. ...... ....... i.sj
v. c. x luuiaiia
C. II. X o
o4illiniidbaf &hl. Jo-
Quicksilver 2lf. senh....
do. preferred. V2 Central 1'
l'aclllo Mall as'
lloston W liter
Adams Ltpress... s.-x
Wells, l'urgo x co. ea
United Slates Kx-
New Yoik Central
V 11. It. Ii 72.1,
da nrelL-ired.... 00
l.a. os now
lliirlem Ill V!
Michigan Central., in
Union Pneinc 21!,
Lnku Shore & Mich
IllluoLs Cuntrnl UI
North Carolina cs. 22f
South Carolina 0s.. 22
Cluveianu & i-itts-burg
Chicago A. Norm
Rchange. long... 103!,
40V no. snort iiw
Vuiv ViirK l'roiliico .Hurkei.
Nvt Yort, Dec.H,
Cotton. Firmer and In good demand. Sales
5,370 bales, at 16'i, for uplands,
rixieit lleeelpls f,800 bbls, Tho market Is
dull and lieavy and 10 lo 20o lower. Shippers
aro holding ofr while the local Irado Is brisk.
Sales v,un bbls, ut IMil 40 for supcrllno
western state ; fa :oiT 00 for common good to
chotco j" do. ttowsTcs for common to choice
white whnat extra western and stato i II 15f3
1 83 tor good to cholco do. ; tl M! CO tor com
mon to choice white wheat : to 85 to s OS tor
common lo good extra Ohio; IT 00 911 00 for
common to cholco extra St. Louis, the mar-
xet closing uuu.
His r lock, 1 no market is stcaoy at iinug
LORN MKAL. The market for corn meal Is
scare nr 13 coi 10 for Western: nnd f4 10
134 2.1 tor Hrandywlnc 13 -SB for Jersey.
Whiskey. Tho market Is a shade better nt
D3o toS34C, cloilng at93e.
Wheat. llccclnts ST.Sso bush. The market
F rices are generally without decided rhani-u j
Ml lor No. 2 Chicago ; II 49 toll C3 fur Iowa
sprlnif i II t& to I ISO for No. 2 .Milwaukee 1 tj
for No. 2 Northwestern sprint;; fl 49 to 1 Mfor
No. 8 Chicago ; II iy, for choice No. 1 Mllvvnu.
HVK rim market Is nutet and nominal
at 1 00a 1 10.
IIAUi.KV. .Market Is quiet. Sales of 10,000 bush
two rowed state at 1 01 s via bush fair western
iiAiu.i'.y .malt. nrainermore active at f a 10
Cons. lleeelpls 9,10) bushels. Tho market
heavy and lower. Haies iso.ooo bush. 720 for new
mixed western nlluat j Mc for do In store : etc
(HTH Kece nts TG.0110 bushels. The mnr.
ket Is tinner nt MS' for western mixed nllunt !
mo to fTc for while western; tan lor do in store.
Koos Una al 31c lo 8-M for Jersey: Hoe. in
alefnrStnle and rennsvlvniila ; 29c to 30c for
v estern ; 2s,c to 2ts,c for Canada.
iiav 1 no market is nrm nun rimci,
decided cliangn. 1S73 Is quottdat 40i4s (;.if.
irma, isi.t 111 4.'X(t.-ilc.
Covi..-Tli market quiet and unchanged at
MI.JH Ml fnl A i , lirlnl fii ,mt tn,r nnr.m
LKATimi Market. Is milit. nrul nrm. Iron,.
lock sole.Iliienos Ayres.aiid Itlo (Irande, light,
middle and heavy weights at ioe: Califor
nia do., 20 w 2s; Orinoco do. nt2.1.
wool. Market Is rather mnrn ncili-p. row.
Ohio lleccoatwws2'4 ; California spring sac;
Oregon quoted at 4oe ; Colorado nt 23irf25.
Cohek Market Is nrtlve and decidedly
higher, scales 27,000 bags ot Itlo. Itlo Is quoted
HciiAit. .Market Is quiet and steady ; fair to
good reilnlng at 'W'X-
.11UI.A.SSKS. ine uinrKci. isquici ; iuua clayed
19 10 22 : .Miiscovada reilnlng lti2i! : do ltolitv
30 to 32.
hick Tho market Is without decided change
1 6vim ; rngooii, G'.-rfOsso.
1'Krnoi.KL'M. The market Is dull : crude
at no ; 13c for reilned.
1'oiiK. Tho market IS act ve nnd tinner at
114 fiO for 2-year old ; I13M413 7.1 for prlui moss;
January jio ; jin 2013 i-.vnur Aiaren.
1IKKI-. Tho market Is lnchamred at I'JAO
(AI0M for plain mess; llioorfisoo for extra
IIekp Hams. Tho market Is dull nnd steady.
TiKitcK Heek. The market Is dull nnd
quiet nt 20321c for new prlino mess;
2M2i-,o for India do.
Cut M kats The market s nu ctand stcadv.
Sales of western pickled hums nt nVc for
.Middles excited and higher ; long clear on
spot Vi($lc. ; long and short clear January
7'0J8',. ; February 7,h7'4-.
1. Aim Market Is excited and higher ; west
ern steam quolcd nt $ic ; January sve ; Feb-
ruary slss'i ana .nitron s Vrfsv
uuTTF.a .Market is wciik s-utaicror se ectcd
stato tlrklns; 30132 for good lo prime do.
2.2.io for good to tine western llrklns.
Ciikesk Market Is on ot linn at 13-..C for
nne lots of stato factory.
T II I'
ll i:st n io w s p a p r, it
r ; n m o a' r.
A Y H I' O It T II K
W K K K L V O L Oil E,
TO JANUAltY 1, 1S75.
OLOUK PAPKH CO.,
Ul.ll'ui, y. mAnpr tltll the 1'ust Miisll-r
or any of our agents.
.-rclits ltr tlir i;lobu.
II. L. Stllson. llennlnglon.
II. P. Morgan, Walllngford.
Herbert smitli, Factory Point.
II. s. Hard, Arlington.
M. II. Kelley, south Walllngford.
i , t;. 1'ierce. i.asi ttareiiuou.
K. J. Carpenter, llrattloboro.
Kelley .t liyer. llrandon.
Dennison liroihers, Plttsford.
Ituftis Holt. Plttsileld.
J. II. culver, llydevllle.
T. K. Ilorton, Clarendon,
1). P. Peabody. Plttsford
Allien X Co., Mlddlebury.
II. K. Spencer, Sutherland Kails.
Ashton Hubbard, Kalrhaveu.
Kelloggti lllce, Castlcton.
C. .1. (Illmore, West liuthuid.
I Johnson, West Pawlet.
W.s. llassett, Mlddletown.
James ltlce, Pawlet.
11 K. Parmenter, Mechanlcsvllle
II. Ilorton, Mount Holly.
vv. W. lllbtiard, Poultney.
P. Holton, llanby 4 Corners.
William Pierce. Dauby
II. A. Carter, Unison.
W. II. Hull, Wells.
o. K. Woods, llellows Falls.
P. II. Itobblns, Chester.
11. It Allen, Hast Walllngfotd.
Sherman llrothers, Ludlow.
I! row n X Clark, Chittenden
J. II. I'unly, Munclicnter.
h M Southard. Vergennes.
J. K. Johnson, llubli.irton.
A. W. Irving, Orwell.
Itetibeu Wlilteonib, stockbrldge.
W. F. Morse, P. M., Shrewsbury.
S. Sails, Forestdale.
11. II. liutton, P. M., Caveiullsli.
W. S. llassett. Postmaster. Mlddlelovn
J. C. Spoi cer.Postnnister, Last Clarendon,
c. A. liann, l.asi rouuuey.
C. It. Marsh, NoitU Clarendon.
-yr E E IC S & H A H H E H
AT NO. 1, OPKItA IIOUSi: Ill.OCK,
Keep a full assoitmcnt of tho following
HOUSE rUHNISHINC. (lOODS
fhi'nch china waiiu,
TABLE OLASS WAliK,
S1LVKK PLATKD WAUL.
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
TASSELS AND COUPS,
I.AMPS AND LANTTltS,
Wholesalo and ltetnll,
LAMP CHIMNEYS and ItUHNEItS,
Wholesale nnd ltelall.
MATTHASSES and I.OUNOIIS, nnd
noviswlf DONE TO OltDElt.
rilAOS. Wo havo now in stock an assort
X ment ot Dcnnlson's Palent Direction
Ubels and Merchandise Tags, which we will
sell at manufacturer's prices.
We havo also a good stock ot ' Phillip's So
curlty Ilook-Tngs," a very convenient und ser
viceable artlclo for merchants. Among Its nd
vantages aro: floods can bo more readily mark
cd than by any oilier means; tho tag Is so so-
curcly locked that It cannot become detached
from tho goods: nocnancooiiire ww uviui,m.k
SS .ookl ao poinu projecting
totoarotliorgoodsor your lingers. They aro
safo, strong nnd chtap. Call and ')!
tUenli (1I.01IK PAPKH CO,
g V. SMYTH, M. D
PHYSICIAN ANIJ SfltflEON
for all diseases ottlie
KYK, KAlt, TIIHOAT, LUNGS AND
CHEST, CATAHHH, ASTHMA,
And nit Chronic Diseases ot whatever nature.
Dr. S. may be consulted free ot charge at blj
Haxtki: Natioxal Haxk Huii.hixo.
onice hours, lo a. in. to 4 p. m., and 0 .to 7 p.;m.
CUIii: OP CATAHHH.
CATAHHH has always had the unenviable
reputation of being Incurable, or at most of bo
Ing only teniiorarlly relieved, lu tho bauds of
the regular physician this Is no doubt the case,
as for want of time or neglect to study and In
vestigate diseases of the nasal cavities and ad
jacent paits, ho Is unable to locate the parts
alTccted, and usually prescribes n slmplo wash
ot some kind. No matter what the condition ot
tho parts affected may bo, If Ills patient gets no
better under this mode of treatment, Dr. A. or
II. gives his patient the eomrorlublo assurance
that the disease Is Incurable.
1 have proven, In hundreds of eases, that
Catarh Is curable, It properly treated. It has
not been for want of remedies In mvtrrfa innti'ci
that the treatment of this disease, so prevalent
among us, has fallen In disrepute w llh the gen
eral practitioner, but for want of knowlcdg- to
properly nrply the remedfos. My s)stem ot
iientinenviorine cure of Catarrh Is entirely
original with myself, based on nn experience of
many jears practice, making thu dlseaso a
specially. So simple that the rciin-dles can bit
applied at home, wlihout the least .nconvenl
enco to business. Painless and so veryeniea
clous, that the first application gives relief to
the most distressing symptom, tho secretions
of the mucous are lessened, llio breath purified,
and every unpleasant symptom removed, und.
last of all, a permanent cure Is effected.
d.twtf s. w. SMYTH, M. D.
gnujsi and 'lUfrticinr;.
CENTS AND iri'WAHDS,
ALIH'.HT W. IIIOOINS,
Offers to the good people of Hutland and vicin
ity the finest stock of
DHUOS, MEDICINES A.- CHEMICALS,
to in: found in Tim state.
T O I L H T A It T in-KS,
an Immense stock.
1.00k out for our stock soon to inrlvo for the
7 o i. r J a y
ALHEHT W. HIOOINS,
41 MwtciiAvis' How,
.YTHS ! SKATES 1 ! SKATES! ! !
HOYS AND OIHLS.
O L 1) -At E N A N I) .M A T It ON S
OUU SKATES HAVE ciivii:.
At Nn. 13, Cestui St.,
ULL AND SEP. US AND GET
ALMANAC l'ltr.l'. for ls74.
I. FENN X CO.
Ml AT HACKINO, HACKING COUGH
will soon wuir you out. Try Kendall's
Pectoral llalsam before Its too lute. It will
V. I KNN X CO., Pi.oniiKTOiis.
711 Y will you suffer with that cold
T w hell ) ou hav e a remedy In Ur. Ken-
dall's Pectoral llalsam that will cure )ou
It, only Mi cenis lor large umiuw.
F. l'E.NN X CO., PKorntBTOKs,
UAwlf No. is. Center St.. Hutland. Vt,
ljirgest slock In town and
every knlle warranted at KCSS t C0.N
r AMES AND
PUZZLES and cvei.
KX thing for the Little Folks, to make home
'oiks, lo miiKu uoiui
F. FHNN .t CO.'S
t N OHDINANCE HEL.VTIVE TO
JV Till! HKMOVAI. OF SNOW, ETC., FltOM
THE Sill K VV ALUS AN 11 O L'TT E 1 IS , ADOPTED
OCTOHEH i, mi. , ,
It it hereby ordniiml ly the Vtlta.je of Hutland
at follow :
Sic. 1. Every person owning or occupying
i.reinlses lii tlio vl lage. adjacent to sldewulks
itid gutters, u st eh sueets or parts ot streets,
astlK'Trust 10 ,,l!! aci,"t"
imt" by not ces published In tho public puwrs
rint. ,1 in S lid v illage, slia I be and Is hereby
mi iilr u in eiiiove'' from such sidewalks and
gi Iters adjacent lo his or her said premises
resH.cllveiy. all snow, and to keep the said
walks and gutters clean.
"re. 2. Every such owner or wcupan men
Honed In the foregoing seel Ion, who shall neg-
ct o comply with tho provisions thereof,
shall foi felt iin.l pay to said village a line of
tv"o tlollurs for each and every period ollweul)
i our hours ho or she shall at any time or times
be guilty ot such neglect.
In aectirdanco with the above ordinance, the
Hoard ofTrustees lor Iho village ol Hut and
hereby designate Hie fullowlmr streets which
must lie cleaned the full width ot said side-
"center, Chestnut Avenue, Church, Cottage,
Court, East, Edson, Elm, Evelyn, Forest, Frank
lin, l'tirnace. (Irunger, linen, uruve, Howe,
Lincoln. Main. Maple, Meadow, Mechanic,
Meriduuts' How, Nlikwncket, Pine, Plensunt,
n..w,,o,.i uu cr. School. Siunnier. Spring, lei-
rill. Turnpike, Union, Wales, W ashlngtmi,
West, Williams, Wll-
" per order ot tho Hoard,
J. M, OTIS. Clerl .
mo DHY-OOODSMEN, UHOCEHY
X M EN, 11UTC11EH8 tc.-We otter tne'arg-
est lino of vvrttPiuiig ruiiers, i-ui.-r "'('
mwi m'hIih.h tn im found lu the State,
llest miallty inanllla, best i tt ltt - Uo ur i ii a -
;gl,ts. llo"t .iualllrnVr Imgs and Hour
sacks warranien inn snu uuu "!."",""
j;lln"lha'IJi,'l( fJ5iy or gotKis. bond us an
' order riioiiK l'ArKlt CO
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