VOL. INO. 18G.
I JUTLAND, VT.. F1UDAY MOKNING. DEOEMBKK ;"), 187..
JMUUK THRICE CENTS.
U'ltTAIN COKNICEd OP 11LACIC
V.' Walnut, or all (lilt, mailo to order. (lur
t.iln Rings, Tassels and Conls. DHAUHUUVS
UHOW CASKS, COHNEIt, CLOCK
1 j and Mautlu .shelves mucin to order, with
Plain or Moulded edges. UHArKCTS saw-oil 111
dllTcrent styles at ilRAHIIOltN'S
xtew mouldinos fok pirmtE
jJN 1'rarnlng, Uhrnmos. I.tllingi'nphs, mat
1 .1) graving ut 1 r.A 1 1 ho II N 'S
PIANWS AND OKOANS Tuned. Iteu
JL latcd and ltcpnlrril. MelnnVoii and Organ
Hollows ro-cuvcreil with new nibb.r mill mniln
I i work "as good as now," .it
II. N. .vIKRRlAM's.
milE DECKED llltOTHEltS PIANOS
L arc pronounci-il 'absolutely mateliless In
every pal tlcular." I.'. ". MKIUtlAM sells them.
IJUNOS AND OltOANS ill lowest
1 prlees ninl on easy terms, at
i:. n. mi:i:i:iaM'h.
UI1LET .MUSIC, Music Hooks mid small
H Instruments, nlso best violin, ilultar awl
V lolonei-lln Wrings 1..A.V ''.."JumumaMS
rnnv. ghovek a- hakki: sewing
I .VI A I'll INK Is tin) best machine for r.imlly
use, lis mailt who hnvo used others have round
out. fold on Installments at K. N. MiaiHIAM'S.
I) P. P., I.e. Pianos, Pictures!, Picture;
I . l'r.inies and Perfect Filling Shlrt.s nt
K. N. MKItltlAM'st.
I! I T L A N D I, A lT N I) It Y .
t'NIlKK Hit! CKNTIUI. HOl'SP,
Ml.ltl HANTS' HOW, - - - lil'Tl.ANI), VT.
All. KIMM OK
it'xiinr ivniiK, iiurn.isa, l-i.rrist;
Unedited with neatness and dlsmloh.
An experienced Laundress for nil kinds ol
noviio.ltf Mor.l'AT (I'HKIRN.
C A It I)
nil. iiariiwrli, lior&i: siiavimi and
II Mil Dlir.SSINO & HATIIINd SAI.OllO.N,
Mr. !!onr William", from Now York has
purchased llio abovo hair-dressing room ami
lis ilttcil It up In tlrst-class style and tloos the
best work, In tho most artistic manner, lie
also does hair oik In as line stjlo as done In
"..lis country. He makes w Igs, snitches, curls,
chains uml anything thai Is desired In the line
ofhalrwork. He would be pleased to see the
ladles of llutland ami Mclnlty and glyii them nu
example, of his abilities In that line, (live htm
a call and you will rind everything to Milt, the
hist tile oils.
ncundtr WILLIAMS A. WH.RY.
Ill.Vdl! VTKlN Ol-' CHURCH KS, HALLS AM)
Many ycai s evpcrlence. (lood llrst class work
at reasonable prices. Come and sco lay wink
n the li.ixter National Hank.
Ul'TI.ANH .MANfl-'ACTrillS'll COMPANY,
.Matuituctuiers and wholesale dealers tu
A (Kill AND CHAIN SKAT CHAIRS, IIKD
STKA11S AND CHAIR STOCK.
comer of West and 1'orestSls,
I moon, Agt. (I. C. llruui.hs, Tieas.
IC I N 0 ,
Maniiruetui er and vhnles.ilo and lulall dealer In
SASH, DOORS, I1LINDS,
Will l.lllMIS, RltACKIlTS, AND HOI'Si: lTli
01' KVEKV llE-.CKII'Tins.
I I itSACI! STHKGr, RfTI.ANl), VT.
ordi le mall or otherwise proinplly nttend
i to. mjliltf
LINCOLN IRON AVOKICS.
Marble Mill and Hoisting Machinery of the
most Improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings and general ma-1-lilne
steel and Iron Wire ltopo nt Manuraclurer's
llutland, VI., May 1, 19TD. mayldtf
A. II. 1IAWLEV,
ix rinrToit ash ntAcricM, si.atiui,
lie i prepared to do all work promptly and
well, orders can be left at J. E. Clynn's store.
r. Merchants' How, or at tlio llardwell House,
Krrnnru llockwood llarrett, Rutland; I. M.
Mason, President of First National Bank, De
tioit, Michigan; Hon. J. -M. .Marvin, haruloga
oot.s anrt hocs.
JEAVEIIKKNS! HEAV Ell KENS I
Tin: ONLY COLD 4; WATHR I'ROOl'
( O T II li O () T S
IN Till: MAIIKKT.
AH tho-io trouliliul with corns and cold feet
an set relieved by buylnga pair at
NO. ll MERCHANTS' ROW.
VI" ENS' HUPKAI.O LINED HOOTS
j.T 1 rn
Mr Railroad .Men, at No. it Merchants'
OLD LADIES 11EAVEK nnil FELT
siioi:s; also, Congress Arellc Overshoes,
o. W. CfltRIKIfS,
No, i; MerchantH' Row.
BIY THE MOCCASIN HOOT KOK
WOOD CHOl'l'liRS, ut
(. W. ITRHIKICS.
w. i:. RO--S
Has now lu fctoien full stock of
ISOOTS. SHOr.S AND JUMHlEItS,
nhleh he i.elllngal elicmclr;low prices.
I have Just rcceUod Ihe agency ror Munsou's
unexcelled New York shoes, and shall endeavor
nt nil limes In have a mil line of nil widths and
W, E. ROSS,
No. fi, Merchants' How, Rutland, VI,
ocl so illy
JJOOIC lllNDINO. WViue now ready
I i in ree vk orders for all kinds or work.
IlLOIIi: I'Al'KR CO.
TIIAOS. -Wo lwo now In stuck niinssoit
L incut of Dennlson's Patent Direction
Uibels and Merchandise Tags, which we nil!
sell at manufacturer's prices.
Wo have also n good stock of " Phillip's Ho.
urlty Hook-Tugs"n very convenient and ser
viceable article for merchants Among Us nd
vunlagcs are: (loods can bo more readily mark
i d lliaii by any other means; the lag Is so sc.
cureiy locscii mav it, nwmuv uwn.w .v..
rrom inc goous; no enuueu ui mo mt, uiiuhihih
detached from tho hook; no points projecting
to tour other gooda or your fingers. They nro
safe, stroni; and rhinp. Call and examine
thorn. GLOBE l'AI'EIt CO.
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IJItOSPECTl'S I'OIt 1874-SEVENTII
T II P. A L D I N E.
j An lllustraled Monthly Journal, unliersally
I ailnilttedtobetlio Handsomest 1'eiiod
I teal In tho World. A llepiesenta-
llv e nnd Champion of Am
NOT I'OR SAI.i: IN IJOOK OR NRWS STORIX
Tim Aldtm, while Ksued with nil the regulai
lly, has nono or tho temporary or timely Inter
est characteristic r ordinary periodicals. It N
an elegant mli-ciilnny or pure, light and graee
rut lltcratuic ; ami a collection ot pictures, the
rarest specimens or artistic skill. In black and
white. Although each succeeding number nr.
lords a fiesli pleasure to lis liiends, the real
value and beauty of The Aldme will he most ap
preciated nttcr tl has been bound up nt the
i lose or the 1 ear. While other publications may
claim superior cheapness, as compared with
rivals of a similar class, The A Hi m Is a unique
and original concept ion a lone and unapproach
ed absolutely without competition In prleo or
character. The posiessor ol a complete wiluuiii
cannot duplicate the uuautllvol'lliiu tuner and
engravings In any other shape or number or
volumes lor ten times Itseost ; nnd then, there
are the chromos, besides I
ART DEPARTMENT, IsTI.
I The llliiitrntlotisot The AHine have won a
I worlibwlde reputation, and In the ml centres
or Europe It lsunadmltleit tact that Its wood
cuts are examples or the highest pi'i'lcctlon
ever attained. The common prejudice In lavor
or "steel plates" Is rapidly .Melding to a more
educated and discriminating taste which recog
nises tho advantages or superior artistic quali
ty with greater facility ot production, ihe
wood cuts or 'Ihe. Ahlme. possess all tho delicacy
and elaborate llnlsh ot the most costly steel
plate, while they afford a better rendering of
Ihe artist's original.
To fully reallo the wondeiful work vUilch
The Ahllne Is doing for Ihe cause of art culture
In Ameilca, It is only necessaiy lo consider tho
cost lo llio people or any other decent represen
tations of the pi eductions of gieat painters.
In addition to designs by the liiembers ot Ihe
National Academy, and other noted American
artists. The .IMiiewlll reproduce examples ot
tlio best rorelgn masters, selected with a vlow
to tho highest artistic success and greatest gen
eral interest. Thus tho subscriber lo The A Mine
will. at n trllllngcost, enjoy In his own homo
tho pleasures and Kilning lnllueiices ot true
Tho quartcily limed plates for 1S74 will lie bv
Thos. Moran and .1. 1). Woodward.
Tho Christmas lssuo for ls;i will rontnln
special designs appropriate lo llio season, by
our best artists, and will surpass lu attractions
tmv ol Us predecessors.
I'HEMH M rim HTl.
Rv cry subscriber to The A hi ins for I ho icar
is:i will rccclvo a pair or chromos. Tho origin
ill pictures wero painted lu oil for tho publish
ers or 77,e -iMinr, by Thomas Moran, whoso
great Colorado picture was purchased by con
gress lor ten thousand dollars. Tho subjects
were chosen to lepresent "Tho East" and "Tho
West." One lsa view In llio Whltn Mountains.
New Hampshire ; Uiu olh ,r gives Thn dills or
(ireen River, Wyoming Tenltory. Tho dltTcr
ence in tho naturo of tlio scenes themselves is
a pleasing contrast, and affords n good display
ot llio artist's scopo nnd coloring'. The chromos
are each wo ked from thirty distinct pliites,and
nro In slo (12 .x Hi) and uppenrunco exnet fiic
slmllcs of tho originals, Tho presentation of n
worthy example ot America's greatest land
scape painter lo tho subscribers ot The AUIne
vvasa bold but peculiarly happy Idea, and lis
successful realization Is nltested by the lollow
lng testimonial, over llio signature of Mr. Mo
rnii himself :
Nkwaiik, N. ,1., sept, seth, lsTii.
Messrs, Jamks Sutton tc Co.
deathmen,! am delighted w Itli tho proofs In
color of your chromos. They are wonderfully
siicccsstiil representations by mechanical pro
cess or tho oi Iglnnl paintings:
(Signed,) THOS. MORAN,
Theso chromos nio In every sense American.
They nro by an original American process, with
material of American mnnuiucttirc, rrout de.
signs of American scenery by nu American
painter, and presented to subscribers to llio
llrst successful American Arl Journal. If no
better because or nil this, they will certainly
lxissess nn Interest no lorelgn production can
Inspire, and neither mo they any llio worse If
by reason ot peculiar facllllles or production
they cost tho publishers only a t rifle, willlo
equal In every respect to other chromos that
am sold singly ror double tho subscription
prleo of The AMlne, Tersous or taste will prlo
Ihesi! pictures for themselves not for tho price
Ihey dldordld not cost, nnd will appreciate Ihe
enterprise (hat renders their distribution pos
sible. If miv subscriber should Indicate a preference
for n ilgure subject, the publishers will send
"Thoughts ot Homo " a new nnd beautiful
chromo. 14 x CO Inches, representing a llltlo
llnllanexlle whoso speaking eyes betray the
longings of his hearl.
ij5 tff Milium, in mUanct,with Oil t'hromo
I'or litly Cents Exlra. tne chromos will bo
sent, mounted, varnished, mid prepaid by
The AUIne will, lierealler, bo obtainable only
by subscript Ion, There will ho no reduced or
club ruto: cash for subscriptions must bo sent
to llio publishers direct, or liandcd to thu local
isinviissc r. without responsibility lo tho onb.
llsliers, except lu casts where the rerllllcnlo Is
given, bearing tho fac-slmllo signature ol
illllies niiuou iv vo.
Any person wishing to net permanently as a
locui canvasser win rcceivo inn aim piotiqa ill'
fonnatlon by applying lo
JAMES fil'TTOX k CO., liibllsliers,
oclJSdtr. ti Maiden Iano, Now York.
PKLEIIV PLANTS From Peter Hcniler
J son ready on nnd after Juno ltli. Send In
your orders. Cubbago plants for lalo crop by
the hundred or thousand; also, (Irccn Teas
readv about Julv 1st. 1-iovver ulants. among
which Is the celebrated Aimirantlias Salslfollus
or I'oiimain riant, constantly on hand, uou
quels, wreaths Ac, made to order,
mnyedly ur l'alr orounas
I'KEi: I'llOM ALCOHOL.
1)11. J. W.VI.KKIl'S CAl.tlOllMV ViSKIIVK UlTrKlIS
mo n purely vegetable prepatatlon, lnailo
clilelly tiuni (ho natlvo herbs found on the low.
eriangesof the Sierra Nevada mountains of
cnliroinla, the medicinal properties or which
me extracted therefrom without the Use or Al
cohol 'Hie question Is almost dally asked,
" bat Is the cause or the unparalleled success
or Viskovu RliTKiis?" Our answer Is that they
remove the cause of disease, and Ihe patient ie
covers his health. They aro the great blood
purlllcr and a lircglvlng pilnelple, a perfect
Renovator and lnvlgoraior or the svstcm. Nev
er heron1 In Ihe history or tlio world has n mod
1 ino been compounded possessing the lemark.
ablo qualities or Vinpoah IIittkiis lu healing the
sick or any dlseaso man Is heir to. They urn n
gentle Purgative as well as Tonic, relieving
Congest lun or Inilummntlon or the Liver ninl
Iscerul organs or llllllous Diseases.
DR. WALKER'S CAI.I -ORNIA MXEOAR
ai l on all these cases tu a .singular manlier.
Ilv iiurirving the lllood they leinovo tho cause,
nnil by resolving awaythe cITeeisnr tholn
ll.iiiiinatlou (the I ubereiilar deposits) the iilTeci
ed parts receive hcnllli, nnd a piiiiiauenl cine
If MEN WILL ENJOY OOOD HEALTH,
hi them life Vistjhu Hii-ikus us a medicine,
and avoid llio use ol alcoholic stimulants In
ev cry loi in.
proclaim Vim.u.vk Hhikiis Ihi' Iiiosi wonderful
Invlgoriint Ihat ever sustained the sinking
NO PERSON CAN TAKE THESE HITTLRs
according lo directions and remain long un
well, provided their bones are not il'Mrojeil by
mineral pol-on or other meat.s and vitnlor
trans wasted beionil repiitr.
IIII.I.IOI S.REMITTENT.AND INTERMITTENT
which ate so luevalenl In the vallevs or our
great rivers throughout the fulled Slates,
esp.tiallv those ot tho Mississippi, Utile, Mis
souri, Illinois, Tennessee, cuiubii land, Arkan
sas, Red Colorado, Itraos, Rio Ornudc, 1'eaii,
Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Roanoke, Jaine.s,
nnd iiiuiiv others, with their vast tributaries,
throughout our entire country during the
Summer and Autumn, and iein.irl.ably so dur
ing seasons, ot unusualhe.it and ilr.Miess, me
Invnilably accompanied bj extensive derange
ments of the stomach and liver, and other ab
dominal viscera. In their lieatmenl, a puign
llve, exciting n poHeirul liilluenee iqioii Ihese
various organs, Is essentlnllj necessary. There
Is no cathailli: for the oui'sjs. rqual lo Dr. .1.
Wai.kmi's Visijiai: llirrniis, as they will speed
ilv remove the dark-coloied viscid matter with
which the bowels are 1 jaded, ut the same time
stimulating Ihe secretions or the liver, and gen
erally restoring the healthy luniiluns or the di
l'ORTIt'Y THE HODV AOAINST DISEASE
by puiirvlngallthe llulds Willi Visi.ovii n
ti:iis. No epidemic can lake hold ol Ihes.vstct.i
DYSPEPSIA OR INDKIEsiiON,
head-aelie, pain lit llio shoulders, coughs, light
ness or thn chest, dU.lncss, sore eructations ol
the stomach, bad laste In the mouth, bilious nl
tacks, palpitation or the heait, Itill.tmmntlonur
the lungs, pain lu Hie region or tho kidneys,
and a hundred oilier painful symptoms mo off
springs or dyspepsia, one holtlo will piove n
better guarantee or Its incuts than a lenglhy
SCIiorn.A, OR KINO'S EVIL,
while swellings, ulcers, Erysipelas, swelled
neck, goitre, scrofulous Initaminatlons, mercu
rial affections, old sores, eruptions of the skin,
soro eves, etc. lu these, us In all other consti
tutional diseases, Waikkk's Visechu IIittkks
have shown their great curative powers In Ih"
most obstinate and Intractable cases.
fOH INELAMMATORY AND CHRONIC ItllEU
MATISM, out. bilious, reiiilttent and Intermittent fevers.
diseases or llio blood, liver, kldueysnnd blad
dei, these bitters have no equal, such diseases
are caused by vitiated blood
Persons engaged In Paints nnd minerals, such
us plumbers, tjjie-setters, gold-beaters nnd
miners, as they advance In lire, are subject to
paralysis oi ino uoweis jogiiaru ngauisu uns,
lake a dose or Wai.kku's Vintiiau IIittkiis oi-ca-
foil SKIN DISEASE
eruptions, teller, salt i Ileum, blotches, spots,
pimples, pustules, bol's.cnrbuncles.rlng-woiins,
scald heads, bore eyes, erysipelas, itch, scuifs,
dlscoloratloiisor thu skin, humors nnd diseases
or the skin ot whatever name or nature, aro
literally dug up anil carried out of tho sj stem
Inn short nine by tho use or these Hitters.
I'IN'TAIIi: AND OTHER WORMS,
lurking In the system ol so many thousands, are
effectually destroyed and removed. No system
of medicine, no vermifuges, no nnthelmlnltlcs
will free the system from worms like theso Hit
ters EOlt l'EMALE COMPLAINTS,
In j oung or old, married or single, nt tho dawn
ot womanhood, or tho turn or lire, theso Tonic
niii'Ts nispiay so uecnieu an iniiuence mat im
provement Is soon perceptible.
CLEANSE THE VITIATED HI.OOD
whenever you nnd Us Impurities bursting
through llio skin Hi pimples, eruptions or sores,
cleanse It whm you nnd It obstructed nnd slug
glsh In tho veins; cleanso It when It Is foul;
jour feelings will tell you when. Keep the
blood pure, and tho health of the system will
ii, ii. .Mcdonald a co
Druggists and (leneral Agents, San l'ranclseo,
Caltruiuln, and comer or Washington ami
chaileston streets, N, Y,
SOI.b II V AM. lllll'GIIISTS ASIl UK VI. MIS.
Oct. 2, ilAvvcow ly
IUXTEK NATIONAL HANIv,
II, llKSItY 1IAX1KII,
ii, r, ixiTiinoi',
J. N. 1IAX1KI1,
T. W. I'AIIK,
OKO. E. Roves,
(iKouiiK R, Hon I'll,
J. w, ciiAvnos,-
N, T. HlilAIICK, .III.
W, C. DUNT0N,
W, (!, Laspos.
Mndu and remitted for at Lowest Rales.
lNTKHFST AUAWEU ON T1MK llKI'OrtlTS.
A general Hanking unit Exchnngo business
II, IIeniiy II iXTEit, Prcst, J, N, lUXTtn, V. Prest,
Oeoiiok 11, IlOTTl'M, Cashier.
riMIIJ FALL TEUM OP THE ItlMt-
.1. I.INtlTON, VT., SCHOOL
tor ioung Indies, will open on
WEDNESDAY, MEl'TEMHER lulh.
A limited number or boardeis taken Into the
Principal's ranilly for tho ) ear,
for lerms apply to thn Principal.
References President. Angell, Ann Arbor,
Mleli.; Prof. M. Petty, lliiillngton, Vt.; ltuv.J.
II. Worcester. D. I)., lluiilngtnn, Vi,; Chlel
Justice lierimlnl, Vergennes, Vt.; Hon. II. V
Hurt, svvnnioii, V t.
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"WANTED. Two Tnilorcsses In woil;
1 Y with Journe.v men tailors on line coel:
also one pant maker, lo make by hand, and a
llrsl-elass vest maker, (lood wages and steady
work the senr louiid. onlj experienced hands
f. M. SMITH,
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o !' T II E D A Y ,
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Aineiicnii Law Review,
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Aiihur's Home Magazine,
Hart 1st oitarleiiy,
ihitlsh iliimleiiy Review,
lluilgei of fun,
Calilnel Makei Allum,
Catholic Win Id,
Children's li b ml.
Coachninker's Joui ual,
cultivator A Country Ccntlem'n,
Druggists circular and .'henilcal Oa?ette,
I 'n-emnson's Monthly Magazine,
tlodey's Ladle's Hook,
(Reason's Literary Companion,
Heart and Hand,
Hall's Journal or Health,
Journal or lluiilculliire.
Journal or Pharmacy,
Utile cm porul,
Uiudiin Illustrated Newf,
La salle Monthly,
Leslie's Illustrated News,
Leslie's Ladv's .Maga7lni',
Llltell's Living Age,
.Maiiiir.ieturer and llullder,
Medical mid surgical Hciioi ler,
Medical and surgical Journal,
M assachuserl s Teacher,
Missionary lleral 1
North American Review,
New England farniei.
old and New,
our Young folks,
Oliver optic's Magalne,
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Science of Health
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Wilkes Spirit or the Times,
Wll and Wisdom,
Wood's Household Magazine,
Young Amci Ira,
Samples of Illiidlug can always ho found In
ourOdUiitlug-rnoir, or wo will send prices by
mall on application,
Missing numbers ot any Magazine or Newspa
per furnished If desired.
Particular attention given to
lllNDINO SHEET MPS1C A D OLD WORK
Liberal discounts to Town or city Libraries,
(ILOHE PAP Eli COMPANY
Pi Inters and llook-blnders,
O f A I, I. KINDS,
soi.n 11 v
(1L01IE PAPEIt COMPANY.
rPAOS, Wo offer Dcunlsons Merchnu
Xillsouiid Shlpiilng Tags lo Stationers mid
li Inters at Dennlson's lowest prices. Send us
1111 order and satisfy yourselves.
(ILOIII: PAPEIt CO.
rilAflS. -Wo sell Dennlson's Tags to 1
X printers nnd stationers at. jienuiBon s
lowost wholosnle prices,
(ILOHE PAPIilt CO,
tJIIEEP l'OIt SALE.
A lloek of vr,o pure Spanish Sheep, ot I ho "Don
1 I'edio" and "linprnved Paul ir " breeds, belong
ing to tho estate nt the lain Josepli Sheldon of
- i,n,.,,. ,iiiu. tiiiu lillil'n, ft ., uui lilies lit
lino condition lor shipping; loo llnu breoillug
ewes nnd s stock bucks. Will be sold altogether
or lu lots to suit customers. For further par
ticulars call upon, or address
s. W. IIA1I.EY, Anvfn.,
septtidtf 1 "nt I'll n v i'ii . Verniont.
? o i: s a l i:
Jtv house on ino eoriiiTor .Main anil Washing
ton str.M'ls, wltli or w lliiout the two houses ad
joining. Also n desirable gnrileti lot on the south end
M A I N S T I! E I! T ,
eoiitnliilng nboul litly eholeo fruit trees.
Mrs' E. W. IHINTOON-.
P.liqitllv ol t . 1'. HiiiiIooii, nl.
I.ANDOX A IIFNTOO.VS.
(IPSE AND LOT Poll SALE.
situated on thecorner of line and I'outlh
streets, fnlihaveii, Vt.. foimerly owned bye.
L, P.iilK'oek. for terms, Ac , npptv to
REl Ill'.V T. HLI.W.
l'alrliavcn, VI Oct. il tlwdtf
hotels anil gininn Hoomji.
) A I! D W E I, I. II O PS E.
.1. W. CliAMTON, Pioprlotnr.
The HARDWI'.I.L 1IOPSH Is located opKisltv
the Dtqiot, and has long been Tavorably known
In the traveling public. It has been recently
Improved, now affording the best nnd most am
ple aeeommoilatloii to guests.
The TAHLE will lie supplied with nil Ihe lux
urlesof Hie Season, and every attention will be
paid to the comroit or ltspatrons.
In Ihe rulurc, ns lu the past, the Proprietor
Intends to make It a llrst-class House afford
ing nil Ilii mrorts or a home to the traveler.
The public pairmnge Is solicited.
A OOOD LIVERY lu conneeiliin with the
Attentive PORTERS will be round at the De
pot on the arrival or all trains.
i P. NT It A L II O U S E.
AMERICAN AND Ef Rtll'EAN I'l.VNS.
Cuuplote with rooms
P. N SI"! T E A N D S 1 N ! L I', .
LOCATION I'NsfR PASSED,
being tho vety center ol rashlou and biillhtnl
Rutland lire, lu proximity to places or amuse,
mold, and, opposite Ocorge II. Palmer's, lluil A
Sherman, C. A. Paikhurst and (leorge W. 1 1 It
Hard's dry goods palaces.
i) Y s T E II s
tor sulo lu laige or small quantities, and served
In every style,
J. A. SAI.sllf RY, Pnoi-ii.
Rutland, Nov. :,. dim
A IC E D I'XM () It E DO I'S E,
E. P. HITCHCOCK'. Pn.prinliir,
J. W. PORTER, .MtsvilKK.
This well known and popular Hotel, situate I
on tho shores of Luke Dtiiimuic, has been re
cently put 111 thorough repair, several new
Otiu.'eslia.-o been built aid newly furnished,
anil will bo opened Junelst, lor the reception
ot boarders and tourists, uia.v'.'s.if
JT.W DININO HALL,
I, A DIES AND (I E N T 1. E V! R N ,
.1. W. PISIIEIt,
(ijiiliin's Hlock,) Oitosiik tiii: liKcor,
lif Warm Meals at all hours. Polite and at.
te ltlvo waiters In ul tendance.
fresh Oysters received dally, and sold by the
gallon, quart or pint.
It AND ON HOUSE.
Ii. DEMINO, PisopiiiKToi:.
tfiee Carriage lo and Irom the D.qiot.
A good Livery and lldllaril Room In cornice,
tlo i with tho House. novcjtr
I'TLAND MAItHLE COMPANY.
WllOI.KS VI K IIHALKUS IS'
15 LO OK k SA W E D MA It II L E.
Oi'Altl'.ll'S ASIl Mil l-S.
J. N, n.WTER, Sijt. WEST Rf TI.AND, Vt,
All the grades of Rutland Marble, In thn
spapo of slabs of various thicknesses required
for Furniture, Mantel, and Decorative Work, as
well as Cemetery use; also Cubic Stock for
.Monumental and building purioses, Including
liases, Klrlps, and Posts, may be round on our
yard at all times.
Our extensive arrangements for the produc
tion nt Marble, In tho way of quarrying Ma
chinery, and Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
of saws, placo us In position to supply tho
wants ol the Trade, wnolcsalo and Retail
Dealers, milliters, f emit urcinen. and gen
er.il Maiiufacliireis will nnd 11 to their Interest
to favor ns with their orders.
ninjiiU'Wit Rf TLAND MAHllLi: CO.
pENCILS.-rDlxon's Pencils, made In
L tho I'nlted States, aro much superior lo
rubers, and are sold a! lower prices. Try
OI.OM: PAPER CO.
piDEU HAltltELS.-fiood elder bar
nis for sale nt
LsNDON A- Ill'NTOON'M
llutland, Nov, rt, 1SI3. d.vvvUvv,
Rf ITS HATCH,
H it 0 ic 1: 11 ,
11 mwAii sTitwr, .v:n' rom:,
Stocks, oovcrnments and Oolrt bought and sold
IV Intvrost allowed on deposits, maylMtf
She gtutlimtl gailtj (Slobc.
PltlDAY, DECE.MHEH fi, 1873.
Amerlcliiis Insulin! ut lliiviiiiu.
The steatnslilp WllmlngUni nirlveil Tues
day ufleriionii from HiiTaim, Mr. Poi'st,
line of the passengers, w lu lias resided In
Iluvnna since the Vlrglnlus massacre, akl
Hint the American people had liecii treated
!niillltif;ly ; that men hail heen fiuindtle.nl
in the streets In Havana; that u Fiench
man wnlklnjt uliniK the stiects of that city
had heen iittaekcd liy the vt liitilecrs ami
mblicd of J150. This man wan met by n
parly of three men, who attacked liltn and
demanded his money. He tried to litul
sumo police lUilhiirities lieforn vvhum he
could malic his complaint, hut was unable
to do so. Mr. Polast says lie saw two men
lying, dead In the street, nnd that the
Aincilcaii residents and visitors were being
constantly instilled nnd had im icdress.
llcalsiisavsllr.il the ofllecis ami passen
gers had great dillcully In getting copies
of the Havana papers for thu simple reason
that the authorities did not w Ish to divulge
vv hat w as going on in Havana, and that
Oen. Hurriel, who was stopping nt the
Telegraph Hotel tit Matan.,i.s1 Jhad ordered
that the Havana papers should not be trans
mlttcd by tho usual mails. Gen. Hurriel
had met Willi many splendid receptions,
and tho Virglnlus, It was generally rcport
(sl, would never he given up.
A dispatch from Havana under date of
Dec. '2 says the publication of the protocol
signed by Secretary Pish nnd the Spanish
Minister caused Intense agitation and gene
ml indignation licit1, but the popular feel
ing Is calming down under the conviction
that the Spanish (iovennuent will defend
Spanish honor, and under the cimfnlenco
winch Is placed lu Ihe sense, justice and
prudence of the people of the United
States. There have been no violent demon
strations, and the peace of the city is mi
disturbed. The people ami the authorities
nre lu full accord, and the icport of the
lesignatlim of the higher olllcer.s of the
islandnie positively contradicted. The au
thorities are determined to save the coun
try nnd prevent forclgngintcrfcrence.
Cnptain-lieneral .lovcllar has issued the
following proclaniiiliiin :
Imiaiiiiants ok Havana! It Is my duty
tn pievcnt pitblieopinloiitromgolnga.stray,
I consider it oppoiliinc to address you ns a
fliciul, iccoiiiiiiciiiling the utmost calmness
under the present clicuinstnnccs. The
Virglnitis question has given Spain's ene
mies an opportunity to spread false rumors
and alarming news, ccitaln that they would
produce nn effect on your ardent and un
impeachable patriotism while their only ob
ject was to piomote tlio rebel cause. It is
liuo that treaties have been made, and that
I have icLcivcd communications in relation
to them, lint if 1 hnvc managed to In
spire you with any conlldence, give me
proof of it bv your rtiieciive nnd tranquil
behavior, lie assured I will do everything
possible In behalf of thu interests of the
piovincc and tho dignity of the nation,
which, like yourselves, I hold in higher es
teem than life.
This proclamation lias been extensively
distributed in theatres, cafes, mid other
public places, nnil the excitement is subsiding.
.Miss.Iaii' liiown, uld.'st daughter nt
Mis, Stephen Ilrovvu, diel on Tuesday,
Dec. '.'d, of ('oiisiiniptliiii, niter a lingering
illness ul many months, nged 111 years. Her
I'diicral was nticndcd on Thursday from the
lesidence of her father, I lev. M. L.Srver
mice of Orwell olliclatlng.
-Mr. ami Ma II. M. Holmes are absent
attending the musical convention lu Mid
dlebiiry. Mrs. llolinesis one of the solo
slugcis at the conceits of Thursday nnd
Pi id ly evenings. She is a genuine music,
lau, possessed of a thorough knowledge of
music ns In art, and with a soul to appre
ciate Its deeper meaning and will always
win fiom 11 cultivated audience not only nn
enthusiastic encore hut such rapt attention
while she is singing, that one is compelled
lo believe that "what most nieiils fame is
lu silence hid."
I riHsing Like Champlaln at llenson
Lauding upon the ice is now cnnsideied
The village schools are still begging for
teachers. At the public examination there
Wivs not a single candidate for the honors.
.Mrs. Cornelius S, Norton closed her se
lect school last week, She is a thorough
teacher and her pupils advance rapidly un
der her instruction.
Winter has come culler than some of
our "oldest Inhabitants" seem to remember
of ever knowing It to before.
.Mr. A. C. Iiisdon, who has been absent
some four weeks on a visit to hlasun, Mr.
Isaac ltisdou, Cambridgeport, Mass., has
arrived home. Ho was accompanied by
bis daughter, Mrs. A. I), Capron,
ltcv. J. W. Dennett spent Thanksgiving
with his ft lends In Mlddlebtiry.
Ten persons have applied for marriage
license here tho past year.
0. P. Dolcoinbe Is not shipping any coal
at present. His new kilns are being put in
Wo were presented a few day ago by Mr.
Job Scott with a pieco or "chuuk of gum"
weighing four ounces, of llrst quality, the
largest by far that wc ever saw,
The llrst of 11 scries of lectures by ltcv.
T. Mnckle commenced Nov, S Itli, (Jlon.
day) and will bo continued on each sue.
(ceding Monday till the close of the course.
ltcv. II. W. Worthenol Sprlnglleld, Vt.,
will lecture nt tho Union church In .Me
chanlesvllle on Friday evening, Dec. Oth
Subject. "Itoiighlng It, or four lliomand
miles journey in tho Culled Stnto," Tho
ledum will contain an account of a, visit
to Niagara and Genesee Falls, Western
Prairies, Dnclt Hunting on tho Mississippi,
Lincoln's Tomb, Springfield, III,, Journey
over the Alleghanlcs, Visit to Harpers'
Ferry, Arlington Heights, Sit. Vernon,
Washington and other places of Interest,
We bcspcnU for the lecturer a full house.
and nil who lall to attend will miss n good
opportunity of hearing an able, Interesting
and entertaining lecture.
The hard limes docs not stop nil kinds of
business with us though chair stock is dull
other kinds of busiiicn.s seems to bo going
on with Increased activity. Wc notice Mr.
Trutu'll is receiving nh lumber by the car
load with which to manufiicluie rakes the
coming Spiing, and has the past week em.
ployed six men lu cutting wood for the
railroad to bo dellveied to the coming Sum
mer. Win. Ilucklin Is stocking up his mill nt
(Joodellvllle, nnd D. 0. A P. (1. Allard are
putting Into their mill some five thousand
Dickcrmaii & Jaysmith arc getting Ui
their mill some three thousand logs.
Johnson & Graves ate stocking up full
for the manufactuto of butter tubs mid
boxes, and nil ol them are employing their
usual amount of help in nnd about their
Our people are anxiously hoping for a
thaw to settle the present depth of snow,
nndsomoof them picdict that even with
tlio nmovnt of snow now on the ground It
may nearly all go olf nnd we shall see the
ground before the first of January.
A Grange of the Patrons ol Husbandry
is to be organized here.
V. V. Illacknicr, Esq,, drives a stylish
rig. Ilia cutter, from the manufactory of
Mr. C. llessette of this place, will compare
favorably with any Iloston or New York
make that wc have seen. It If n model of
beauty and elegance.
Mr. 0. C. Griswold lia- sutne of the fin
est "Mallnci" game fowls In New England.
A German (peddler meeting one of our
citizens on the Shore ham ro.nl the other
day. nccosto.l him wi'li "I vant to find ine
oiled d.st blaces tot dey call me vos Or
well." Our friend stared at him lu amac
me t for a few moments, then subsiding in
to .1 smile, quietly replied. 11 1.1 cents a
bushel, delivered," and drove on.
The district schools began their winter
session on the 1st Instant.
At the annual meeting of Independence
Lodge, No. 10, K. &. A. M., the following
officers were elected for the ensuing year :
E. M. llottuni, W. M.
V. V. lSlackmer, S. W.
H. S. Hlhberd, .1. W.
W. 11. Wilght, Sec.
Kins Kay, Tieas.
A. S. Murray, S. D.
G. A. Kimball, .1. I).
Charles Phelps, Tyler.
Pursuant to notice an adjourned meeting
of patties Interested In the formation of a
Literary and Musical Club met at the resi
dence of E. M. Wright, Esq., on Monday
evening the 1st instant, when the following
officers were chosen :
C. Murray, President.
Marcellus Hoyce, Vice President.
G. A. Kimball, Sec.
V. V. Illacknicr, Trea.
Directors Mrs. Charles II llovvker,Mis
Mary Gale, Mr II T Cutis, Mr S II H.v
coin. Working Committee Miss Ann
Phelps, .Mrs It E Wilcov, Mrs II T Cutts,
Mrs Darwin Forbes
The title of "The Orwell Heading anil
Singing Club was adopted. Cviu.os.
A Clurd from llio Coiuuiliu-o 011 (lie
Nprnguc I'rusl Deed.
The billowing card has been issued by
Ihe committee on tlio Sprague trust deed 1
V I' Villi KKOV! THK CIlKIUTORs' COMMIT f Eg.
The undersigned, mcnibeis of the com-
mittce appointed by the cicdlloisof the A.
& W. Sprague Manufacturing Company,
deem it their duty to say Unit, although the
substitution ol Mr. Znchnriuh Chaffee for
the gentleman named ill the deed of trust
was without their knowledge, In view of
llio unwillingness of those gentlemtn lo
accept said Ii list without impoitunl guar
antees on the part of Ihe cicdilois. they
consider the select Ion nnd ncccptiinic ot
Air. Liianee ns eninciv proper mm expe
dient. From a long pcisonni acquaintance
wnu Air. i iiniieu nicy are enabled to testi
fy to his eminent Illness for the position :
nnd fully believing Unit the interests of the
creditois will be best subserved by a general
and cordial co-operation with the trustees,
nicy earnestly urge an 1110 patties in in
terest to assist in the faithful execution of
N. .1. Kino,
William II. IIopkin-,
Spenlter llliilncfM Speech.
Tlio 0.1th of office was adnunUtoied lo
Mr. Blaine by Mr. Daw cs of Mnonchusctb,
the oldest continuous member of the Home.
Mr. lllaine 011 niiining the chair spoke as
Citntttmtn of the lloute of litprcsentativts.
The vote this moment announced by the
clerk is such nn expression of your conll
dence as calls for my sincerest thanks. To
he chosen Speaker of the American House of
Representatives is always an honorable dis
tinction j tn bo chosen a third time enhances
it three-fold; to bo chosen by the larger
body that ever assemble .1 hi the capitol im.
poses a burden of responsibility which only
your indulgent kindness could embolden
The first occupant of this chair presided
over a House of sixty live members, repres
enting a population far below the present
aggregate of the Stale of New York. At
that time, in tho whole Pulled States, there
wero not fifty thousand civilized Inhabitant
to be found one hundred miles ili-tant from
the flow ot the Atlantic tide. To-dey, gen
tlemen, a largo majority of you eomo from
beyond that limit, and represent districts
then peopled only by the Indian and the ad
venturous fronticrman. The national gov
ernment is not yet ns old as many of its cit
izens ; but in this brief span of lime, less
than ono lengthened life, it has under God's
good providence extended its powor until a
continent Is tho field of its empire and at
tests the majesty of its law.
With tho growth of now States and Ihe
resulting changes in tho centres of popula
tion new interests are developed, rival to
tho old, but by no means hostile, diverse
but not antagonistic. Kay, rather nro nil
theso interests in harmony; and tho true
science, of just government Is to give tc
each its full and fair play, oppressing nene
by undue exaction, favoring nono by undue
privilege. It is this groat lesson which our
daily experience is teaching ui, binding us
together raoro closely, making our mutual
dependence more manifest, and causing us
to feel, whether wo llvo In tho north or In
tho South, In tho East or in the Whst, that
wo haro Indeed but "onj country, one ion
ttltutlon, one destiny."
tsji: mji:.. iivvn:it.
l lio Villi- Itu llnrvfi Mglits Hie Ilnru
lleforc; 1I111 .iillissloii.
Later details of tho wreck of the Villi?
du Ilarvo report that tho Loch Earn was
sighted by those on board the steamer
from fifteen to seventeen minutes before
he collision occurred.
tlksiiav at the cosii'.vsr .i on iri:.
All day long friends or relatives or ac
quaintances dropped into tlio office of the
Company, JS llrnailw.iy New York lo ask
for further details, to look over the list,
and examine the plan of the vessel. Il'
death had eoine in inliloccan, there was a
certain satisfaction in finding just where
on the sttnniOiip the lost friend lay ailecp,
and Ihe path by which escape came to an
other more fortunate, whose name was in
the list of savid. The number who called
was much smaller than might hnvebrcn an
ticipated, mul was due to the fact that the
pisscngers, us a rule, were of a class whose
relatives eared little to show their grief In
public. Occasionally a telegram came
from some friend nt a distance, nnd les
often some onu entered to engage a pas
age or transact business in the olllcc. The
quiet and sadness were once relieved when
a Frenchman who came rushing through the
door, and aked instant information of the
fate tlint had met a consignment of pickled
tongues on board the Villc du Havre.
"Anil they were not insured!" he declared
In voluble French, with a fresh burt of
grief as lie learned that no particular tidings
had been received of Ids share In the freight
of tho Ion steamship The despatch re
ceiv i d by the agent of the Company jave
the place of collision ns "full against the
machinery." A" it was also on the port
side and Ihe vessels were bound on the
same voyage, it would appear that the Loch
Pirn was on a starboard tack and the
steamer was turning In the same directijii
away from its track when the collision took
place. If it was ill tho place indicated by
the despatch the blow fell on a pantry in the
saloon deck, and in thu deck below on the
berths of the firemen. It would also fall
on the berth of Mr. I.nmothe, who was
lost, and on Uiu Ihrco state-rooms occupied
by Captain Hunter and bis family, nil but
two ot whom were lost. The shock seems
to have been felt most severely by thnsu cm
tho other side of Uie vessel, as the larger
number of escapes were there, bu even in
the case of these few reached Ihe deck who
bad in the bewilderment anil darkness of
the ii gilt to pass through the long passage
of tho cabin. The sudden stoppage of
the vessel must have started the main rig.
ging, and the cnHiinn itself, if in the
placo described, would loosen the sluoiuN
of the main and mien masts, and when
the vessel .settled Ihey were the first to fall
across the boats that had been lowered and
were already filled with pn-cngers The
diagram in tne oillco of the spar deck of
the steamer failed to give the position of
the boats, and it was therefore impossible
to determine whether any lay where they
could bo crushed by the collision. A ligid
examination will be instituted Into the whole
accident by the Company, and the matter
will also come before the French Tribunal
de Commerce, which was said by one of
the persons in the oillco to take cognizance
of marine disasters under Frencli law.
What seemed a case of real fatality has
come to light. Among the lost Mr. nnd
Mrs, Jouaniqtic, who wero to sail by one
of the English lines and spend a fortnight
in England before going lo Paris, where
they intended to spend the winter. The
sudden illness of Mrs. Jouaniquo prevented
their sailing at the time they intended, and
when she was sufficiently recovered to
travel it was too late to go to England, and
Mr. Jouanluuo took pts'ugo direct fur
France by the next teanicr, which was tin
Villo du Havre.
Tilt: r.ocu ii.vkn to m.AMi:.
Captain Johnson, one ot the harbor ma
ters, m an interview, gave ids opinion as
an "expert" lu maritime matters as to the
circumstances connected witli the loss of
thu Villo du Havre. Knowing what ho did
of tho man-of-war discipline maintained on
that steamer, and of the seamanliko quali
ties of her cuuimander, he maintained that
all her lights mutt bate been out and her
helm up when thu Loch Earn bore down
upon her. The latter vessel, on the con
trary, could have had no lights, anil if
there was a lookout he must have been sta
tioned abaft the foresail, w here lie could not
havo seen the Villo du Havre were she
even twice u big as she was. The captain
of the Loch Earn at the investigation w ould
undoubtedly deny nil this and swear that
his vessel was provided with proper lights
and look-outs, but Captain Johnson Mild be
would not believe him under oath. The
entire blame for the collision rested on hi
shoul. er, nnd he wonhl naturally use ev
ery means to remove it The Loch Earn,
too, failed to put up her helm, and ill con
sequence steered directly into the port side
of the Villo du Havre, striking her amid
ships. Captain Johnson also advocated the
theory that the two vessels were going
nearly in Ihe fame direction when the col
lision occurred, the Loch Earn being en
gaged in tacking. A more unwarrantable
and incxtusnhlo piece of carelessness to
call it nothing worse could nnt be con
ceived. The commander of the Loch Earn
was responsible for Ihe disaster, anil on
Ids head would be the two hundred and mid
lives that were let.
Tvv eii in tho ::spiiui.
There was a m irked improvement in
William M. Tweed's condition Tuesday,
but it is probable that ome day swill elapse
before bo is removed from the hospital
Since the arrival on the island, Saturday
afternoon, his ton, General Tweed, ha
been the only one of his kinsman to visit
him, and lie called early S11nd.1v. Tweed
is an object of much curiosity to his fellow
convicts, and tho announcement of his sud
den nnd severe illness was received with
considerable sympathy In Uie penitentiary.
Commissioner L:iinibeer,refet ing to Tweed's
Illness, said ho was surprised the warden
and the resident physician ordered Tw eed
to lake a cold bath. Tho excitement of Ihe
trial had doubtless shattered his nervous
system, and in the Commissioner's opinion
there was not the slightest need in wash
tlio prisoner, ns he was Known tn be ul
cleanly habits. In conclusion, Mr l.alni
beer said If Tweed bad remained In his cell
twenty-four hours longer ha would have
died. During his slay In the hospital Tw eed
will act ns nn assistant orderly in the med
c-il department. His work will consist
principally of copying prescriptions into a
book. Hesldoj this, however, he will ban
to administer iho medicine, apply bandaces.
assist In operations, and hold such patients
as nro subject to periodical fits of epilepsy.
Ho will have lo clean and arrange the med
ical dopartment and see that the surgical
Instruments and other hospital appliances
are kept clean.
Extremis Cold, Tho mercury fell Mmi
day 22 0 I olnw zero at Itlchford aud linos'
burgh Falls, nnd 29 0 nt Fairfax
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