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VOL. I--NO. 188.
I JUTLAND, VT., MONDAY MORNING. DJiCEMHBR 8. 1873.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
U'RTAIN CORNICES OK HLACK
J Walnut, or nil (lilt, made to order. Cur
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(JHOW CASKS, CORNER, CLOCK
IJ nnd Mantle Shelves made to order, with
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ilim-rcnl styles at HKAHUOIt.TS
XTKW MOULDINGS FOU PICTURE
x Framing, Chromos, Lithographs, und
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L are pronounced "absolutely matchless lu
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PIANOS AM) ORGANS at lowest
L prices and on easy terms, at
UHEHT .MUSIC, Music Hooks and Miiall
il Instruments, also best Violin, (lultar and
loloticollo strings may be 1 nil uj.,itI xM.s
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Use, ns nianv who have used others have round
out. Sold on Installments at K. N. MUIII11 A.M'S.
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also does hair work In as lino stylo as done In
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.iialnsiindnnythltiRthntls desired lu the line
otlialrwork. lie would be pleased to see the
ladles of ltutland and vicinity and glie them an
example of his abilities In that line. (ile htm
u call and j on will find everything to suit the
ociaodtf WILLIAMS A WILKV.
.iu:ct)i!ATiox oi-' cnimciii:s, halls and
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in the llaxter National Hank.
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Marble Mill and Hoisting Machinery of the
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'' liViu'and, Vt., May l, 1ST3. mayldtf
A. II. IIAAVLKY,
rns rn.trron axd practical si.athr,
lie Is prepared to do all work promptly and
well, orders can bo left at .1. K. Olynu's store
on Merchants' ltow, or at the Hardwell House.
U'firrnctn ltockwood llarrett, ltutland: L. M.
Mason, President of First National Bank, De
nult, . Michigan; Hon. J. M. Marvin, Saratoga
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T II E A L I) I N E.
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est characteristic nf ordinary pel lodlcals. II Is
an elegant miscellany ot pine, light and grace
ful literature ; and a collection of pictures, the
rarest specimens ot m tlstlc skill, lu black and
white. Although each succeeding number nf
fords a flesh pleasure to lis mends the leal
value and beauty of The A Mm will be most ap
preciated alter It has been bound up at the
close of the i ear. While other publications may
claim superior cheapness, as compared with
rivals of a similar class, The . I Mine Is u nuliie
nnd original conception aloiieand unapproach
ed absolutely without competition In price or
character. Tho possessor ot a complete loliime
cannot duplicate the quantity of lino paper mid
engravings In any other shape or number ot
volumes lor ten times Its cost ; and then, thete
are the cbromos, besides I
AHT DEPAHTM E.N'T, IsTJ.
The Illustrations of The AMuie haio won a
world-wide reputation, and In the art centres
or Europe It is an admitted fact that Its Moot!
cuts are examples of the highest perfection
ever attained. The common pi ejudlce lu faior
of "steel plates," Is rapidly yielding to a more
educated and dlscilinlniitlng taste which lecog
nlzes tho advantages of superior artistic quali
ty with greater facility or production, 'lho
Mood cuts ot The AMIne iiossess all tho delicacy
and elaborate llnlsh of tho most costly steel
plate, while they atTord a better rendering of
the artist's original.
to tuny leaiuo the woniieinii work lunch
The Atdme. U doing for the cause of art culture
In Ameilca, it Is only necessary to consider the
cost to the jieoplc ot any other decent represen
tations oi iiiepioiiucuons oi great painters.
In addition lo dcslens bv ttie members or the
National Academy, and other noted American
artists, The ,lUnwlll reproduce examples ot
me ijcsl jiircign masters, heiecieu Willi a new
to the highest artistic success and greatest gen
eral Interest. Thus the subscriber lo The AUIne
will, at n trilling cost, enjoy In his own homo
the pleasures and rehiring lnlluences of true
Tho quarterly tinted plates for 1874 will be by
Thos. Moran and .1. 1). Woodward.
Tho Christmas Issue for 1ST4 will contain
special deslgnsapproprlale to tho season, by
oui oesi. nrusis, aim im si
I surpass In attractions
any of lis predecessors.
PHE.M1U.M FOlt 13J4.
Every subscriber to 7Vii A Mine for tho J ear
ls"4 will lecelvo a pair of chroinos. Tho origin
al pictures wero painted In oil for the publish
ers ot 77ie .IMi'nr, by Thomas Moran, whose
great Colorado picture was purchased bv Con
gress for ten thousand dollars. The subjects
t-re cnuseii 10 icproscm "wiu I.asi" ami "1110
West." one is a lew in tho White Mountains,
New Hampshire; the oth.r gives The Clllts of
(ireen Hlier, Wyoming Ten ltory. Tho differ
enco In tho nature of the scenes themselves is
a pleasing contrast, and atrords a good display
of tho artist's scope and coloring. The chroinos
are eacu wo Ken irom iniriy distinct piaies.and
are In slo (12 x 1C) nnd appearance exact fac
similes of the originals, The tircsentatlon ot a
worthy example of A inciters greatest land
scapo painter lo tho subscilbers ot The AUIne
was a bold but peculiarly happy idea, and Its
succesntul realization Is attested by tho follow.
Ing testimonial, over tho signature of Mr. Mo
ran himself :
Ni:waiik, N. J., Sept. will, 1873.
Messrs. James Suttos tc Co.
Gentlemen. I uln delighted with the nroofs In
color of your chromes. They uro wonderfully
successful representations by mechanical pto
cess ot the oi Iglual paintings:
(Signed,) THOS. MOHAN.
These chromos at o In every sense American.
They uro by an original American process, with
material ot American uiauutacttire, from de
signs of American scenery by an American
painter, niei piust-ntt-u tu suu-suiiuers hi tiiu
llrst successful American Ait Journal. If no
better because ot all this, they will certainly
iiossess an Interest no foreign production can
Inspire, und neither are they any the worse It
by reason of peculiar facilities of production
they cost the publishers only a trllle. while
equal lu eiery respect to other chroinos that
aru soiu singly lor uouoiu tlio siiuseripiiiui
prleo of The A hllne. Persons of taste will prize
theso pictures for themselves not for tho prleo
they dldorrild not cost, and will appreciate the
euterpilso that renders their distribution pos
sible. It &ny subsctlhersliould Indlcnlonprcicicnco
for a tlguie subject, tho publishers will send
"Thoughts of Homo" a new nnd beaullliil
cliromo, 1 1 x so Inches, reptesentlng n little
Italian exile whoso speaking eyes betray the
longings or his) heart.
ii ) nuitiim, lit, mlcaiuv.irilh Oil Vhrtmtm
For Fifty Cents Extra, mo chroinos will bo
uent, mounted, viirnlshed, and piepald by
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tu the publishers (111 eel, or liiiuded to tho local
canvasser, without resiioiislblllly to tho pub
Ushers, uxceiit lu cases where the certltlcato Is
given, bearing tho fac-ulmlle signature of
James Sutton i- Co.
Any person wishing to act permanently ns u
local canvasser will retell o full und prompt In
formation by applying lo
JAMES Hl'TTON i CO., Publishers,
octlisdlf. f-s Maiden I-nne, Now York.
"lELKKY PLANTS From l'cter Henaer.
J son ready on and after Juno2llh. Send In
your orders. Cubbago plants for Into crop by
the hundred or thousand: also, tlreen Peas
ready about July 1st. Flower tilants, among
which Is tho celebrated Amurantlias Hulslfullus
ort ountuin riant, constantly on uanu, jiou
quets, wreaths ic, made to order,
mayedly ur Fair (irounds
FREE FROM ALCOHOL.
1)11. J. WAl.KEIl'3 CAUtOllStA VlNEOAK IIITIF.KS
are a purely vegetable pit-partition, made
chlelly from the native herbs found on the lon
er ranges of the sierra Neiadu mountains of
California, the medicinal properties ot iihlc i
in e extracted therefrom w llhout the use or A -eoliol
'lho question is almost dally asked,
"11 hat Is the cause ot the unparalleled success
of VtxKO.iu HirrKiis!" our answer Is that they
leinoio the cause of disease, imdthe patient lei-overs
Iris health. They are tho gieat blood
purltlcr and a llfe-gliing principle, a perfect
lleiioviilor mid luiigoratur of the sisteni. Nev
er before in the history ot the world has a mod-1-lno
been compounded possessing the renim k
able qualities of Vinkuih IliTTmisliibeallngthe
sick of any disease muti Is heir to, iiievniun
geullo Purgtitlie ns well as Tunic, lelleilng
Congestion or liilliimtniitlon of the I.Ucrnnd
Vlscenil organs or llllllous Diseases.
111!. WAI.KEH'S CAM OHNIA VINEOAH
act on all these cases In u singular manner.
Ily puill) lug the Mood Ihey leinoie tho eiiuse,
uiiil by resulting iiwu the enectsrif the In
ll.iiutii.it ltti (the iubereulariIeHislts) the nlfect.
ed putts leeelie health, nnd u peiiiuineiil euie
IP MEN WILL ENMoY (loot) HEALTH,
lei them use Visrai.iu llmsns as a medicine,
and mold the use ot alcoholic stimulants In
every fin in.
proclaim Visuiiu lliiTiius Ihe mo-.! iiundcifiit
liiilgormil thai eier sustained the sinking
NO PEHMlNCAN TAKE THESE ItlTTEKS
iiccorillng lo rilricllons and lenuiln long un
well, proilileil their bones me not deslro.ted by
intneral poison or other means and Utaloi
gans wasted be.iotul lepalr.
nhlch ale so prevalent In the laliets of our
gieat Uiers throughout the Firiteil stales
esp.clallv those ot the Mississippi, Ohio, MIs
soiiil, Illinois, TeniiesM'o.Ciiiubethiiiil, Aiknn
sas lied Colorado, llraos, Illo (iinude, Pe.nl,
Ahibuiiv.i, Mobile, s.iviumah, lto.moke, Jame,
and ninny others, with their vast liibutailes
throughout our entire country, during Ihe
hummer nnd Autumn, und reiniirkably so dur
ing seasons ot unusual heat and dryness, are
Invariably accompanied by t-xleiiMiu derange
nieiitsof the stomach anil liver, and other ab
iloinlniil viscera. In their treatment, u purga
tlie, exerting it powerful Influence Uwii these
i arlous organs. Is essentially necessary. Then
Is no cathartic lor the -3uriioseeqii.il to Dr. J.
W.ii.kkh's Vtsi.iHK IIittkus, us they will speed
tlv remote the dark-colored v Iscld matter w Ith
u'hlcli the bowels urn loaded, Ml the sjine time
stimulating the secretions of the liter, and gen
erally restoring the healthy inactions of the di
gest lie organs.
FOHiiFY THE 110DY A0A1NST DISEASE
by puilfjlngnll ihe tluids with Viswhk it-ti-.iis.
NoeplUenileean take hold ot Mich) sit-in
DYSPEPSIA Oil ISDKIESTION,
head-aehe, pain in Ihe shoulders, coughs, tight
ness ot the clusl, rit?liicss, solo eruetnllotis of
thestoiniich, bud taste In tho mouth, billons at
tacks, palpitation of theheait, Inllaininatlonor
the lungs, iiiln lu the lcglun ot the kldne.is,
and a hundred other painful s) inplouis are oil
springs ot dyspepsia, one bottle will pruve a
belter guarantee of Its mollis than a lengthy
SCK01TLA, OH KINO'S EVIL,
white swellings, ulcers, Eijslpti.is, swelleil
neck, goltie, scrotuloiis lnihiuiinatlons, mercii
li.il ulfectlons, old soles, eruptions of the skin,
sore eyes, etc. In these, as In all other oiisti
liitlonal diseases, Wai.kkii's Viskoau Hitti.ks
hate shown their great curatlto ihiiu-is 111 the
most obstinate and Intractable cases.
FOU 1NFLAMMAT0HY AND CIIIIONIC HIIE;'
MATLSM, gout, bilious, remittent and Intermittent feiers,
diseases of the blood, liter, kidneys and blad
der, these bitters have no eou.il. such diseases
are caused by vitiated blood
Persons engaged In paints and minerals, such
us plumbers, l)iie-setteis, gold-beaters and
miners, as they advance lu Hie, are subject to
pal nl) sis of the bowels Tu guard against this,
lake a dose of Walsui's Vinhiak IIittkus occa
sionally. FOU SKIN DISEASES,
eruptions, letter, salt ilieuin, blotches, spots,
pimples, pustules, botls,carbuiicles,rlng-woiins,
scald heads, sore e)cs, erysipelas, Itch, semis,
dlscoloratlonsof the skin, humors and diseases
ot the skin of whatever name or nature, me
literally dug up and cat rled oulof tho s) stein
In a shuit time by the uso ot these Hitters.
PIN, TAlIi: AND OTHEH WOUMS,
lurking 111 the system of so many thousands, aiu
elfectually destroyed mid removed. No sisteni
ot medicine, no vermifuges, no niithelinlultlcs
will flee the s)stem fioin wot ins like these Hit
ters. FOlt FEMALE COMPLAINTS,
In young or old, married or single, al tho dawn
of womanhood, or the turn of life, theso Tonic
lll!lrs display so decldud nn niliuenee unit nil
protiinent Is soon perceptible,
CLEANSE THE VITIATED HLOOD
wheiicicr you Unit Its Impinllles buisllng
through tho skin in plmtiles, eruptions or sores,
cleanse 11 vthvii )0U llnif Itobstrucled mid slug
gish In tho veins : cleanse It when It Is foul;
your feelings will tell you when. Keep the
blond puie, unil the health uf tho system will
ii. ii, .Mcdonald k co.,
Druggists and (icncral Agents, San Francisco.
California, and corner of Washington unit
Chiiileston streets, N, Y.
SOI 11 l Y AM. DllllilllSTS ANU IIKAI.KUS,
Oct. i, d.tw eow ly
H.VXTEH NATIONAL HANK,
11. IlKNIlY llAXIKll,
II. F, I.IJl IIIIIII-,
.1. N, llAXIKll,
T. W. l'AKII,
(ICO. E. ItOVCK,
(ItOIIIIK II. HlllTl'lI,
J. W. ('HAUTOM,
N, T. Sl-llAOfK, -111.
W, (). DUN10N,
W, C, Lamion,
001,1, EOT 10NH
Mado and remitted fur at Lowest Hales.
INTEIIEST AI.LOWKU ON TIMK HEI-OSITS.
A general Hanking and Exchungo business
ILHinkyUaxteii, Prest. J.N.IIaueh, V Prest,
(Ieouue It, IIottuu, Cashier,
riMIE FALL TEIt.M OF THE Hl'H-
X I.INOTON, VT., SCHOOL
for )oung ladles, Mill open on
WEDNESDAY, SEl'TEMHEK 10th,
A limited number of boarders taken Into the
Principal's family for the )ear.
For terms apply lo the Pilnclpal.
Hefcrences President Angcll, Ann Arbor,
Mich.; Prof. M. Petty, Huillnglun, VI.; Hev. -I.
II. Worcester. D. D liurllngton, Vt.; chief
Justice Plerpolnt, Vergeimes, VI.; Hon. II. A.
Hurt, Swnnton, Vt.
BAIIItE ACADEMY. - Tin- Winter
Term will begin on Thursday, Dec. 4lh.
For board, looms, or catalogues, address
J. S SPAl'l.DINO,
iioiUleod.lw3w ll.il I e. Vermont.
J.MIT.OY.MENT Al' HOME.
lu evet) Cily and Town In Vennoiil, for r.n mil
cle Just out.
No subset Ipllnti, Exclusive Knltory glien,
Itesf luritlt-f Infills olTered.
rieianiin lliiilmiil, VI.
7ANI LD. I ivo I niloiesscs to tvoik
T t wlthjoiiiiieyini'ii tailors on line coals;
also one pant maker, to make by hnnil, and it
Ilrst-class lest maker, (lood wages and steady
wotk Ihe je.ir rouiiil. Only experienced hands
F. M. SMITH,
Nov. I.1S73. nldltf 37 Center SI.
We me piep.ired to 1 11 n it In new and appropii
ate st) le any of the iiopul.ir
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sjioriii'g i lines,
Sunday school Times,
Van Nostrnnd's Eilectle En-)
ii uses s)in it oi me 'iiuies,
Mil and Wisdom,
Wood's llousi-hold Magiulne,
Simmies of lllndlmr can alwats be found In
our Coiintlug-rooip, or we will send prices by
mail on application,
Missing numbers of tiny Mugulne or Newspa
per tuinlslietl It destied.
raiiit'ioai aueiiiioii given lo
HINDINO SHEET MFS10 A I) OLDWOItK
Liberal discounts to Town or City Libraries.
(I LORE PAPER COMPANY
Pi Inters and Hook-binders,
() F A I. I, KINDS,
sol. Ii III'
(II.OHE PAPER COMPANY.
fPAOS. Wti tilTiT Dennlsons JU'rcliun.
1 disc mid Shipping Tags to Slalloneis nnd
lilntera ill Deuiilson's lowest iirlces. Send us
uu older uud satlsty ) ourselves.
(1I.OII1! PAPKH CO.
rnA(JS.- "Wo sell Deniilson's Tugs to
jL Printers und Stationers at Deniilson's
lowest wholesale prices,
UI.OUK PAPEIt CO.
(HEEP FOR SALE.
A llock of 2.'.o pure Spanish sheen, of Ihe "Don
Pedro" nnd "Improved PauUr " bleeds, belong
ing to the estate ot the late Joseph Sheldon of
Fait haven. Also Ml line lambs, Sft )earllngs. In
line condition for shipping ; luo line breeding
ewes and 8 stock bucks. Will be sold altogether
or In lots to suit customers. For further par
ticulars, cull upiiti, or address
S. W. 1IA1LEY, Aint'it.,
seplliiHf Fntrhaveii. Vermont.
P O 1! S A L E !
)li house on the coiner of Main and Washing
ton streets, with or withoul Ihe two houses ad
joining, Also a desirable ganleu lot on Ihe south end
-M A I N S T I! E E T ,
colilnltiliig nboilt llfty choice null trees,
Mrs- II, W, llt'NTOOX,
Enquire ot c, P. Iluiiloon, at
1.ANH0N A llf.N'TOON'S.
July 23,11 1
Ol'Si: AND LOT FOR SALE.
situated on the corner of line nnd Fourth
streets, Falrhaieii, VI., foitneily owned bye.
L. Habcock. For terms, Ac , apply to
HKl'llEN T. ELLIS.
F-iirhiiven, Vt. Oct. ii atvdtr
totclji anil JjiiUmj ooms.
AIM) WELL HOUSE.
.1. W. CliA.MTON, Pioprietor.
The liAHDWHLL IIOl'SE is located opposite
the Depot, and has long been fatorably known
to the traveling public. It lias been recently
linproied, now iitfordlng Ihe best and most am
ple accommodation to guests.
The TAHI.E will be supplied with nil the lux
uries of the Season, and every attention will be
paid to the eoinrort of Its patrons.
In Hie t ii t ti iv, us in the past, the Proprietor
Intends to make It n llrst.class House atlnril
Ing all tlio comforts of a home to the traveler.
The public patronage Is solicited.
A (Ituili 1.11'EltY lu connection with the
Attentive POIITEUS will be round at the De.
pot oh the m rival of all trains. 1
Q ENT 11 A L II () V S E.
A.ME1II0AN ANDJEl'liOPHAN PLANS.
Complete Willi looms
E N S L' I T E A N I) S I N C, L E .
being the very center ot fashion and billllanl
Itiilliind life, lu proximity to places of amuse
ment, anil, oppjslte (leoi'ge II. Palmer's, lluil -V
shcimnii, (', A, Piirkhuisi and tleorge W. (III.
Haul's itr) goods palaces,
O Y s T E II s
fur sale In large or tmall quantities, and sened
lu etery si) le,
J. A. SALMIl'HY, Pnoi-'u'
Hllthlliil, Nov. .'.. dim
J A Iv E I) i; N .M O RE Ho FSE,
E. P. IIITCIICOCK'. Priiiiielor.
J. W. rolli'KIt, MlNAOhU.
This well known und isipular Hotel, sltuute-l
on lho shoiesof Lake Duumoie, has been le
cenlly put in thorough lepalr. Several new
Collages hale been built und newly furnished,
and ttllt bo opened June 1st, Tor Ihe reception
of boarders and tomlsts. iiuijssdtf
jEW DINING HALL,
LADIES AND (1 E N T I. E M EN.
J. W. FISHER,
Wnlnn's Illock,) Oi-i-ositk tiik l)):i-or,
HUTLAND, VEHM0N I'.
fWal in Meals at all hours. Polite and at.
tenllie waltersln attendance.
Fiesh Oysters i ecelted dally, nn.l suld by the
gallon, quart or pint.
R. DE.MINO, Piioi-itiKKiit.
:iFree Carriage to and from the iv-ixjt.
A good Livery and llllll-iril Hooiu lu coiincc
llon Willi lho House, tiotOdlt
JUTLAND JIARHLE COMPANY,
WHOLESALE IlEtl.KllS IN
H L O C IC tt S A W E D JI A R II L E.
jt'AIII!tl.S AND MII.I.S.
J. N. IIAXTEII, Supt. WEST HUTIJlND, Vt.
AH tho grades of Kutlnnd Marble, In the
spape of slabs of various thicknesses required
for Furniture, Mnntel, and Decorative Work, as
well ns Cemetery use ; also cubic stock for
Monumental und Hulldlng purisises, including
liases, snips, and Posts, may be found on our
yard at all times,
our extenslvo nirnugements for the produc
tion ot Marble, in the way of quarrying Ma
chinery, and Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
of hiiwh, place us lu position to supply the
wants ot the Trade. Vt holesitle und Helall
Dealers, Hullders, Furnlture-nien, anil gen
eral Manufacturers w III iltul It to their Interest
In faior us with their orders.
mnyldiwtf ltFTLAND MAHHI.E CO.
PENCILS. Dixon's Pencils, -miulo In
tho Fulled Stales, me much sus-rlor lo
I'aber's, and am sold at lower prices. Try
(1I.01IK PAPEIt CO.
rilDKU HAHREL8.-(iooil clik-i-
-i reis iur sate at
, LANDON A lll'NTOON'H
Hulland, Nov, n, 173, lUwiir,
11 R 0 K 10 u ,
II IIROAII STHKHT, -VAiF YORK,
Stocks, (loveriiinents anil (lold bought nnd sold
I" Interest allowed ou deposits, mayivdtf
iwt$ ami Siu Warf.
UNN & CIIAMTON.
ManiifactiireM of all kinds of
T I N W A R E .
nnd dealers lu
PLANISHED, 1IIIITANNIA, JAPAN, (1LASS
AND WOODEN WAKES
of every description.
HIIOO.MS, HKl'SllES AND HASKKTH,
and a general assortment ot
IIOL'SE FL'RNISIIINO (JOODS.
Special facilities for Jobbing all kinds of
TIN AND (II.ASS WAKE.
tvMl kinds of uautek taken In exchange for
No. II MEItC'llANTS' HOW.
llullatid, Vt., May 1, H73. myldtf
T 0 V E S
CELEHKATED FAH.MEItS' AND MECHANICS'
0 O O K S T O V E S ,
W IT II ELEVATED OVENS,
in u now being mado at the
P I T T S F O It 1) F tf It N A C E .
Also tour sl7.es of
' I. U T E J) 11 0 X o TOV K 8 .
Theso Stoves, being made of the Iittsford
Charcoal Iron, will out last any other stoves
made, and will be sold us low as stoves made
of hard i-o.il Iron. Apply to.
niig-.nd.iin PirTsiouii, Vt.
(i . S T A L E Y tfe C O . ,
No. 12 Mkkcuanis' How.
STOVES AND DOT AIR FURNACES.
ihe Stewart and New American Cooking
stotes, fur tioth wood and coal, constantly on
hand. .Miinut.icturersol unl donlernln
I'OPPElt.iTIN AND SHEET IKON WAKE.
P L U .M I! I N (.
In all lis branches. Hath Tubs, Water Closets,
II ts and Walei Piping, and Flltlugsof
TIN liOOFINO AND JUHIIINIl
Of nil kinds piotnptly attended tu. None but
shllirul mid I'dlablo workmeH employed,
A I.I. WORK WAIMASTMK
IthMKlllIKU, If IX10HS N0II11I 01,1 UK Ol'KHA IIOl'HK
E M OVA L
S. (1. Stale)', of the late llrm of stale)' A Ltn
plneoti, has icmoicri his business from No, 37
center St., lo No. 12 .Merchants' How, where he
has formed a copartnership with .Messrs Dunn
,v Cramloii, under the llriu name ot S, (1. stuley
,v Co. He will be pleased to see ull of his old
customers, mid as many new ones as will favor
mm with u can.
Wall sickels. etc., 3.1 cents to JUKI, at
J. H. MKEKEHS.
JAIRIICS lor 1874, nt
J. II. MKEKEH'S .Music store.
"PICTURE FRAMES, .Mottos, Reward
Cut ds etc, at
J. H. MEEKEIt'S.
SHEET Music and . Mimical Instrutncnts,
J.A.MES for tlio Holiilay Triule, at
J, H. MEEKEIt'S Muslo Store.
Nov. liii, 3lu tit f.
a ,i, loop,
Wholesale denier lu
CALIFOItNIA WINES AND HHANDY,
lUI'OKTKH AND WUOI.KHALX llEAI.Kn
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS,
Tho utteullon of Town Agents, Physicians
mid nnii'irlsta Is estH-elallv called to our wines.
as they uro unsurpassed for medical purposes,
coming rrom ouu o iuo oiuesi- viuvyarua in
Calltoints. All goous guarauieuu pure nun ai
Isfaclory, or lo be returned nt my expense:
(1 Y V 1 0 E ,
COKNElt FltEKlHT AND EVELYN. SIX,
(l.undou Sl Iluntoon's Illock,)
ttutla&d, Vt. myllf
he gtuttnnd guity 6lobc.
.MONDAY, DECEMHER 8, 18711.
Stntu Tompurniico Agency .trtiln,
Hev. I.. 71. SJoNf-Dear Sir i I linie
notlccil your letter to mo In Hie Rutlunil
Oi.otiK you only make u general denial of n
point tvlilcli, ns 1 tiiiilerstiinil, you nre not
cliur;;i-il with, nnil llterefoie It lines not
meet tlio case. In tinier to conio nt some
tiling definite I will make the lollmiln
enquiries. Have you not during Hie year
1873 nlloiti-d yourself to lie Introduced, ut
least In ono public meeting, ns the Agent of
the Vermont State Tetnpernneo Society,
without correcting tlio impression so con
veyed? And did you not ut that meeting
solicit funds, allowing the peoplo to think
you Mere Agent of the StalejSoctcty ? Have
you not in various other places sjioken of
the work of the Slnte Society nnd of your
operations in such n manner us to naturally
lead the people to suppose you had some
connection with the State Society ? Have
you not in some instance.-) when making
personal solicitations for funds shown the
published report of receipts during your
agency, unil called ii'lenthm to tlie amounts
they had before contributed for the Stale
Society? Have you not received money
from parties in lloston during thcycarvilio
supposed you bail some connection with
the State organization? A man of your
ability ought to be able to make hhnolf
Rutland, Dec. Otb.
At the annual convocation of Temple
Chapter No. 8 R. A. JL, held last .Monday
evening, the follow lug olllceis were eleclcd
for tho ensuing year :
.1 T Shurtlifl' IIP
0 II Shaw King
Ed C Norton Scribe
Frank llradford dipt of Host
A ii t'.iteiun f h
G II Sibiey Tieas
Calvin Dart Secretary
John Norton 11 A C
Jerry Finn U -M 'M Veil
TAIIutchhu CM id Veil
1) Cromin 0 -M 1st Veil
At the annual communication of Mt. An
thony Lodge No. Kl, F. k A. JL, held
Thursday evening, Dec. 2, the following
ofllcers were elected for the ensuing year :
J T Shtirtliff W M
Jlattiu Slicknev S W
Charles O Cole'. I V
Edward Norton Treasurer
II LStillson Secrelnrv
John Dtvver S f)
E Wilcox, Edward Chandler. Stewards
C Dart Tyler
This Lodge is now working under a char
ter granted in 1821 ; signed by Phlncas
White, Grand .Master ; George E. Willi's,
Deputy Grand .Master ; N'aplh.ill Shaw,
Senior Grand Warden ; Nathan H. Ilns
ttcll, Junior Grand Warden ; Joseph
Flower, Grand Treasurer; 1). A.ro Huik,
Grand Secretary. The chatter was granted
at .Montpelier in 1821. Numbered in the
The first olllcers of Mt. Anthony Lodge
were D.iyid Henry, -Master; Oliver AMI,
Senior Warden; Asa Hyde, Junior War
At the time of the -Morgan excitement in
1820 this lodge, which was then No. ,11,
did not give up its charter and when Ihe
Grand Lodge again was organized this one
was designated us No. l!i. The lodge oc
cupy the whole of the third story in Park
block on South street, which was tittcd up
expressly for their use, and was dedicated
with impressive services some live years
ago. The lodge room piopcr is b'22fl feet
Connected with it is a preparation room
2(120 ; library nnd reading room H2fl ;
a bull which Istiscd forfcstlvas,ctc., 2IK40,
all of which niv leached through a Tyki's
I'he Lodge-room is supplied with black
walnut settes ''spring seats." The cus
hions and backs being covered with green
lep. The altar is of black walnut cor-
ered with green plush as are aNo the chairs
for the three llrst olllcers. The lloor is
covered with a green inram carpet. Over
the stands of the olllcers which are raised
respectively three, live and seven steps
are three canopies of green jep suspended
fiom a black walnut circle tiinnned with
gilt. The standards are Imitation-) of
Italian marble with nimble tops and rcpie.
sent the three orders of architecture The
two columns arc in bronze, with blue and
gilt globes. The working tools ate rose-
wood and silver. The Lodge is sttppl'i-d
with an Estey it Co., organ and has a tine
choir also. The room Is lighted with gas, for
which purpose thcio me two six light
chtuulelieis, nud four side brackets. The
total cost of furnishing the rooms ready to
occupy was about'-i-LOOO, and for elegance
nnd beauty and surpassed by none in the
State. At present there uru 140 members
connected with II. The present and newly
elected muster has been honored eight
times befme in a like manner, and al
though engaged In business which ictUlics
all of his time, has fulfilled the duties de
volving upon him as master In an accept
able manner and It Is greatly owing to ids
cffoits and stiict attention to duty that
has raised the Lodge to Us present state of
elllcieney, and through Its means much
good lias been effected lu this cc.mniuiilty.
Fhkshient Hauuisox. At a recent
meeting of tho Imlianla Historical Society,
action was taken to secure the remui.il of
tho remains of President Harrison to tho
Tippccanoo battle-field, nnil erect over
them monument worthy of tho distill
Kulshcd place which the soldier President
held in tho litstory of tho country. We nro
Kind that something is nt lasi being done to
honor the memory of General Harrison ns
it deserves. The grave at North Heml has
been sadly neglected, and although on sev
eral occasions ellbrts have been mado in thu
Ohio Legislature to obtain authority to im
prove it, nothing of consequenco has ever
been done. If tho proposed removal should
bo accomplished, the two Stales of Ohio
and Indiana, In whoso annals General liar
rlson occupied a most conspicuous place,
might properly uolto I" erecting a monu
ment at Tippecanoe, which would bo a
credit to thoso Coininonwen'ths and fitly
honor tho dead hero, Now that a begin
nlng lias been mado In this matter, we hope
the friends ef tho project will rush It to a
successful termination, New York 7'tiifi.
;real :lliilrll licdveeu Homer l.iun
unil 'I'iiiii I,. Kennedy for tho .111,1
itlit.tvolglit Cliiiiiiplonslilp unit S-,-001)
I. line IVIlls.
The long pending wrestling match fur
1,000 a side and the middle weight cham
pionship ot America, between Homer Lane
of New York and Tom L. Kennedy nf New
Haven, took place In New Yoik Thursday,
and was won by Lane In one hour and
twelve minutes. After Kennedy defeated
Lane at New Haven on the lClli of August
for 1,000 and the middle weight cham
pionship. Lane Issued a challenge to
wrestle Kennedy again. The latter took
sick and no match was made. A lew
weeks ago Lane issued another challenge
and Kennedy accepted. The men and
their backers met a few weeks ago
and signed ni tides of agreement to wrestle
pquare-hold, best two In three fair back
falls, for -jlOO u side and the middle
weight championship of America. The
money was put up. a time staled and
Hurry 1 1 111 of New York was cho'en final
stakeholder. The contest took place at
Hill's Vat iety Theatre, which was crowded
to repletion by New Yorkers and Connec
ticut spotting men. At p in. the men
put in their appearand- and weie loudly
cheered. The umpires were Jol n Mc
.Mahon of ltutland, Vt., for Kennedy, and
Albert Ellis for Lane. Harry Hill of New
Yoik was refeiee. Lane won ths toss and
selected tint northwest corner. He win
dressed in blue jacket, blue trunks, white
lights and lubber shoes. Kennedy was at
tlicd in tlio same manner. The umpire,
and icferee having Ik-cm selected, the men
shook hands and then advanced lo the
centre of the ring for the
First Inning. Lane's light hand giaspcd
Kennedy's kit shoulder and Ids hit hand
sei.ed Kennedy's light clboiv, Kennedy's
right hand giasping Line's left shnuliler
und Ills left testing on Lanu's light elbow.
As they struck this position Lane looked
like a model n Hercules and Kennedy like
n Roman gladiator. The betting was ten
to seven on Lane, and the odds wen
readily taken by the b.ickcis of Kennedy.
An eiciting struggle followed, both men
showing a gieat deal of science. Kennedy
bad the sympathy of the spectators, but
l.ane kept perfectly cool. I.ane tiled
every trip und device known in wrestling
to tliiow ills opponent, but despite his ac
tivity Kennedy was cipial to the emergency
and each time broke tlio twisting lock's
which Lane Listened on him. After seve
ral minutes of hard wot It Line changed ills
tactics. He would fust drop on one knee
and all of a sudden jerk Kennedy toward
him and then, with a lightning movement,
he would have his opponents lett leg
firmly locked. Still Kennedy would fasten
an iiiside-lock on Lane and bring him ou
his knees, but Lane, with the agility of a
chamois gatniley broke the coil and fell on
his belly amid' loud cheering. Kennedy
tried over and over again to get an outside
crook on Lane, but failed, Lane tried sei -eral
times to fasten a swttcli-and-twist lock
on Kennedy, but the latter would twist
away and fall on his belly. After Ihey had
bccii jerking each other "about for fourteen
minutes a lively bout of science and
strength ensued ' Lane got a grape-vine
twist ou Kennedy, swung him in mid air
and fell on his knees. A "desperate struggle
followed and Lane, witli a quick snatch,
got a hip-lock on his adversary; Kennedy
twisted and stiuggled like a demon ; Lane
held on, while the partisans loudly cheered
both men. It was a terrible struggle ol
science and strength combined. " Lane
flually got an in-side lock on Kennedy and
a turious struggle onsued. Lane's stiug
gled hard and threw bis opponent on his
back amid loud cheers, winning the llrst
In 1(1 minutes.
Second Inning. After a delay of ten
minutes the nthletcs again came forward
amid loud cheets. Retting was 100 to 70
ou Lane with takers. Hoth grasped and a
deteuniiicd and obstinate struggle ensued.
Kennedy twisted underneath Lane's guard,
got a hip-lock and biotight him mound
witli terrible force on Ills side. A great
shout rent the air from Kennedy's friends,
but their joy was turned to anger when thu
refctce, in u stentorian voice, decided "No
fall," and he was greeted with shouts of
"Fair play I I'oo thin !" Intense excite-
mcnt prevailed, when the men agiin
closed. Kennedy airalu managed to fasten
that tcirihlo leg-lock of his on Lane, and
again nnd again did Kennedy's ft lends urge
their champion on. Lane broke the lock
aud with lightning rapidity got a cross-lock
on Kennedy and swung him in mid-air to
the lloor, where he bounced like a rubber
ball. The referee decided "no fall," amid
loud cheering. They again closed. Lane,
niter a little twisting, managed to get the
inside-lock on Kenned v. The latter stiug
glel to break tho terrible lock, while Lime
held on, and Ihe men swung etch other to
and fro. The excitement among the
ppectalois was intense. A tremendous
shout rent the air, and the next itistaul
Kennedy broke the lock and tell on bis
belly. They again closed, when Ken
nedy ;ot an iusidc-lo?k on Line i n I
threw 1 i n amid loud cheers. Time - 22
Thirl Inning. Each bad now gained a
fall und belting was still in Lnno's favor.
When they gin-ped a gemra! btizi inn
through the crowd. ICcnuedy seemed
eager lo force miitteis and tripped and
dodged in a lively manner, while Lane
wrestled with a- grace fill motion, tripping
lit s-t witli his left and then with bis right
leg. Hoth men were pulling and blowing
ami Ihe perspiration was rolling down their
cheeks. Kennedy, seeing Lane olT his
guard, slipped in ids right leg witli the
ngility of n mountebank. Ho caught a
lock on hU tight leg and a fuiioits stiuggle
followed. Kennedy held to his advantage
while Lane mustered all his strength and
twisted and squirmed like an eel. Ken
nedy, with a sudden jeik, swung Lane
ruuiid about nnd brought him within four
Inches of the llnor, but he fell over on his
side. It was trip for nip, jeik for jerk,
until Lane got nn Inside-crook on Kennedy
and threw him ou Ids face. They again
closed and a turious struggle ensued.
Lane got a lock on Kennedy and the latter
broke it. On the neit rally Lane got a
cross.toe-h ck on Kennedy, bounded hiinon
his hip tbenou his shoulders nnd threw him
amid loud cheers. Time 31 minutes.
Harry Rill then declared Lane Ihe win
ner unild loud cheers. The Connecticut
delegation were somewhat chagrined al
their man's defeat
C'HKAI'KII, HUTIKl! AND FltKSIIKI! Mi: IT
PiaiiiisKD.Tlie plan which his so olten
been suggested of sending beef to distant
markets dressed, instead of dilting it
thither, has been put Into practical opera.
Hon by the Texas nnd Atlantic Refrigera
tor Car Company. This company has
slaughtci lug-houses and earn which enable
It to ship ftOO bead of beeves every day.
Ten car loads of dressed beef are now on
their way to New Yolk fiom Denison. Tho
company expect to sell their meat nt half
thoiiilccs now tiding tu the New Yoik
market. Should this prove to bo tlio case,
the gains fininthouow enterprise will be
general. Tho producer will get a higher
pi Ice for his his callle, which will no Ion
ger bo run nut of condition by being driven
to market, and tho consumer will get cheap
or, fresher and belter meat.
Tho constitutional contest in Pennsylvania
wales warm. Exhausting arguments are
I being made pro and con.