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VOL. I NO. 180.
RUTLAND, VT., TUESDAY MOKNING. DECEMBER 0, 1878.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
U'RTAIN CORNICES OK HLACIC
V ' Walnut, or all (lilt, made, to onler. CUT'
lain lllnsn. Tassels and Cords. IKAHtlultV.S
UHOW CASES, CORNER, CLOCK
0 and Mantle Shelves made to order, with
1'laln or Moulded edges. UHAOKKT.S sawed In
dlllerent styles at IiF.AHUOIt.N'Si
VTKW MOULDINGS FOR PICTURE
j.s Framing, (iirotnos, Lithographs, und
i:riKralri23 at DKAIIIIOHS'S
PIANOS AND ORGANS Tiuicii. Pegu-
1 lated and Repaired. Mclodeon utid Uruti
l'.ellows re-covered with new rubher nnd made
to work "as sood as new," at
K. X. MF.RHIAM'H.
rpiIE DECKER UROTIIERS PIANOS
X are pronounced "absolutely matchless In
every particular." l. N. MIlltlilAM sells tlicni.
PIANOS AND ORGANS nt lowest
I pilccs and on easy ,,,rI?,5'I,:KU,AM.Si
SHEET .MUSIC, Music Hooks nnd small
Instruments, also best Violin, tlultur and
V Mloneelln Hrlnin ..... he I nait,,,
mllE OROVER oc 11AKER SEWING
L MAI'IUXK Is thu best machine tor family
usi', as many who have Used other have lound
nut. Sold on Installments at 11. N'.. MKItltlAM'S.
J) P. l, i.e. Pianos, Pictures, lMcturc
. Frames and Ferrcct Fitting Shirts at
i:. S. MEHHIAM'.S.
R I' T L A N I) L A U N I) R Y .
I'NDKll 1IIK CK.STItAt, IIOI'SK,
JILIH HANTS.' ROW, - - - ltfTI.ANll, VT.
At.!. KINDS OK
; t(v;i:r woiik, hui'vusg, ri.i.'Tisn .u.,
i:eculeil with neatness and dispatch.
An experienced Laundress Tor nil Kinds ot
noviodlf MOFFAT OilKIILN.
A r A " "i--
Tin: iiAHinvr.LL iiorsi: shavino and
I1AIIC I)Hi:SSIX(l A- I1ATII1NO SAI.OOON.
Mr. Henry Williams, from New York 1ms
-.iiirelinscd the above halr-dresslnif room aud
Ji is cued It up In first-class style and does the
Jiert work, In the most artistic manner. He
also does hair work In as tine style as done In
..lis coiiutrj . He makes wigs, switches, curls,
iulusndanytlilng that Is desired In the line
ut lialr work. He would be pleased to see the
ladles of liutlaud and vicinity and dye them an
example of his abilities In that line. Olve him
u call and ou will Ilnd everything to suit the
iict.KMtf WILLIAMS ic WILLY.
DIXOKATION" OF CHMtCJJEH. HALLS AND
Manyjearsexperlence. flood fcnt class woik
a 1 1 easonable pi Ices. Come and m-a ;ny work
In the llaxler National Hank.
Ill TLAXI) MANFFACTUItlN'li COMPANY,
.M.iiiiiracUitcts sml wholesale dealers In
Vlillll AND CHAIN SKAT CHAIRS, HUD
STEADS AND C11AIK STOCK.
corner of West and Forest Sts,
i i ho.iii, fl. (l. ('. ItroHi.K", Treas.
J W. IC I N G ,
.laiiiir.ii inter and wholesale and letall dealer In
SASH, DOOliS, I1LINDS,
.H f IIIN'IIS, HHACKETS, AND HOt'SE Fl'H
OK KVKKY IIESCItll'TIOS.
1'CilNAI t. VJill.'KT, IICTI.ANII, Vr.
mler lv. ruaJ or otherwise promptly attend
LINC'OL'N IRON WORKS.
MatbleMIll t,sii llolatlntr Machinery ot the
most Improved Cftustiuialon. Derricks and
nnmplng inachlnery, eastings und general ma.
fteel and Iron Wire Hope nt Muuuticturcr's
Itiiilaml, Vt., May 1, 1973. auaytdtf
A. II. II A V L E Y ,
i O V 77.'. I t'l'0li A SI) 1-ltAVTICAI. S..lTMt,
He Is piepareu to do all work promptly and
well, orders can be left at J. E. Olynn's store
mi .Merchants' Itow, or at the Hardwell House.
ll'Jtrencm ltockwood Harrctt, ltutland; L. M.
Mason, President ot First National Hank, I)e
nolt, Michigan; Hon, .1. M. Marvin, Saratoga
Soots and nocs.
HAVEREENS ! ISEAVEEEENS 1
THE ONLY ( OLD KMTF.I! l'ltOOF
I, () T II I) ) O T S
IN THE MAiiUXT.
All those troubled with corns and cold feet
nan get relieved ny ouyjnif i.ui in
NO. S MEHCIIANW HOW.
ATENS1 HUFFALO LINED HOOTS
for Hallroad Men, ut No. Merchants'
"I.D LADIES' HEAVER ami FELT
soF.S; also, Congress Arctic Overshoes,
O. W, CUKHIKIt'H,
No. 0 Merchants' How,
IM'Y THE .MOCCASIN HOOT FOR
WOOD ('HOI'l'KH.H. at
O. W, ft'HHIEIFS.
DOTS AND SHOES.
V, K. HOSS
lias now In store a full stock or
HOOTS, SHOES AND HUHIIERS,
which he Issrlllngat extremely ;iow prices.
I Imvn Just received the ugency for Munsou'H
unexcelled ?iew j orK suoes, anil suaii rii'inuw
t all times to hate a full line of all widths all
w, i:. itoss,
,'o. r, Merchants How, ltutlund, Vt,
toct W dty
00 IC RINDING, Wo nro now irmly
I in wuuiiit nt'iloru fnr nil L-lnilttnf u'-nrlr.
OJiHIK 1'Al'Klt CO.
rilAflK. Wh have now In klark an assort
I (nr.nf. of Dennlson'H I'jti'iii, Direction
Labels and Merchandise Tags, which we wjll
sell nt maiiuiaciurei -n prices,
Wo have, nlso a good stock of I'ldlllp's He-
llril'-TniMi " R VPTV COnVPtileiif nml air.
lceable artlcln for merchants. Among Its ad-
vunl ages are: (loons can no more renauy mark.
.t... in. nnv nllirr mennsi the tnv Is fin Ke.
ru linn. v -- -- '
...ioti. lneteil that It cannot become detached
from I ho goods: no chance of the tag becoming
detached from mo jiook; no points projecting
to tear other guod or your lingers. They are
safe, strone and cut up. Call and examine
Ol OUK I'-IFKH 111
rynn new vork times.
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T II E A L D I N E.
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TI.m I 1.1,. Willi,. lULIIn.l ll-ltli nil It. n lumll...
Ity, has none of the temporary or timely Inter
est characteristic t ordinary periodicals. 11 Is
an elegant miscellany of pure, light and grace
ful llteiature ; and a collection ot pictures, the
rarest specimens oi arusuc skiii, in uiaeK lllul
white. Although each succeeding number af
fords a flesh pleasure to Its Ii lends the real
value and beauty of The A Mint will be most an-
preclaled alter It has been bound up at Un
close of the icar. While other publications inav
claim superior cheapness, as compared with
rivals of a similar class, The Mime is n unique
and original conception alone and uiiapproach
ed absolutely wlthoiltcompetltion In price or
character. The possessor of a complete volume
cnnnol duplicate the ipiantltyol'lliie paper and
engravings in any inner snnpe or iniuioei oi
volumes for ten times Its cost ; anil then, there
are the cluonios, besides 1
AHT DEPARTMENT, ls;4.
The Illustrations of 77r Ahlinr have won a
world-wide reputation, and In the art centres
of Europe It Is an admitted fact that Its wood
cuts are examples of the highest perfection
ever attained. The common piejudlce In tavor
of "steel plates," Is rapidly yielding lo a moie
educated and discriminating taste which recog
nizes the advantages of superior artistic uuall-
ty with greater facility of pioductlon. The
wood cuts of The AMine possess all thu delicacy
and elaborate Mulsh of (he most costly steel
uate, wniio iney anoru a better renuering or
no arusrs original.
To fully reailzo the wonderful work which
The AUlne Is doing for the cause of art culture
In America, It Is only necessary to consider the
cost to the people of any other decent represen
tations or the productions of great painters.
In addition to deshrns by the members of tho
National Academy, und other noted American
ariisis, iir .iiuiii win reproduce examples oi
tho best foreign masters, selected with a Mew
to tho highest artistic success and greatest gen
eral Interest. Thus the subscriber to The Aldine
win, at a trilling cost, enjoy In his own home
the pleasures and leilnlng Influences of true
Tho quarterly tinted plates for 1974 will be by
Thos. Moran and .1. 1). woodward.
The Christmas issue for 1S74 win contain
special designs appropriate to tho season, by
our best artists, and w 111 surpass In attractions
any of Its predecessors.
PREMIUM FOIi 1S74.
Every subscriber to The AUtius for the vear
1974 will receive a nalr of ehromos. Tho orfirln.
al pictures were painted In oil for tho publish
ers oi.ne simme, oy .nomas .uurau. wnosu
great Colorado plcturo was purchased by Con
gress for ten thousand dollars. Tho subjects
wero chosen to represent "Tho East" and "The
West." One Is a view In tho Whlto Mountains,
New Hampshho : tho oth.r gives The Cllirs or
(irecn River, Wyoming Territory. Tho differ
ence In the nature ot tho scenes themselves Is
a pleasing contrast, and affords a good display
of thu artist's scope and coloring. Tho ehromos
ure cacti wo kcu irom iniriy utsiiuct piaics,nnu
are In ske (12 x 10 and appearance, exact fac
similes ot the originals, Tho presentation or n
worthy example ot America's greatest land
scape painter lo tho subscribers of The AMine
was a bold but peculiarly happy Idea, and Its
successful realization Is attested by the follow.
Ing testimonial, out the signature or Mr. Mo
ran himself ;
NKWAHK, N, J., Sept, 2Ctll, 1873.
Messrs. Jamks Sutton Co.
Gentlemen. I am delighted with tho nroofs In
color of your chiomos. They aro wondei fully
successful representations by mechanical pro
cess of the original paintings:
(Signed,) TIIOS. MOHAN.
These ehromos nro In every sense American.
They are by an original American process, with
material of American manufacture, from de
signs ot American scenery by mi American
fiatiiier, aim prcseiucu in suoscriocrs i tne
Irsl successful American Alt Journal. If no
belter becaiiso of all this, they will certainly
issess an interest no loreigu promicuun can
sntre. Hint neither are thev nnv tho worse If
by reason of peculiar facilities of production
they cost the publishers only a trlllc. while
equal In every respect to other ehromos that
uro soiu singly lor iiouoiu inc suoscripiioii
price of The Atltne. Persons of taste will prize
these pictures for themselves not for the prlco
they did or did not cost, and will appreciate the
enlerprlso that runder.s their distribution pos
sible. ir sny subscribe ushould Indicate a preference
for a figure subject, the publishers will send
"Thoughts of Homo " a new und beautiful
chroino 14 v so Inches, renresentlnir a little
Italian exllo whoso speaking eyes betray the
longings hi ins lieari.
fcfi ptr (titniim, in mlctnce,trith Oil Vluvmos
For Fifty Cents Extra, tne ehromos will be
sent, iiiuiiuieu, wirnisucu, anil prepaid uy
The Aldlne will, hereafter, bo obtainable only
bv Hiibserlotlon. There will bo no reduced or
club rate ; cash for subscriptions must bo sent
to ine puuiisiiiTH uueci, or iiiintieu lo tne local
canvasser, without responsibility to the nub.
Ushers, oxceiit In cases where the ceitltlcato Is
given, bearing the fac-slinllo signature ot
luuies niiiiuu u iu.
Any iierson wishing to net permanently ns a
local canvasser win ntcnu milium prompt ill
formation by appl) lug to
JAMES Hl'TTON & CO., Publishers,
Ocl?sdtr, M Maiden Lane, Now York,
"1ELERY PLANTS From Peter Render-
t.n vr.nlir n nmt nflr .Tnlifi 9.1lll. Hf'Tlil In
your orders. Cabbago plants for lato crop by
Ihe hundred or thousand; also, (Ireon Peas
reuuy aouut ,iuiy ibi, riowcr inuum, uiiiuhh
which Is thu celebrated Auiaranlhas Halsirollus
ui I uuuiuiii i iuiii, i;uii.niinwj wm ..uwu, ..vu
queiB, wreaths ac, maue to oruer.
ar Fair Grounds
FREE FROM ALCOHOL.
Da. J. Wai kek's Caukoiimi Vineoak IHttkks
nro a purely vegetable preparation, made
chiefly rrom the native herbs found on the low
er ranges of thu Sierra Nevada mountains of
California, the medicinal properties ot which
ate extracted therefrom without the use of Al
cohol. The question Is almost dally asked,
"H hat Is the cause of the unparnlhied success
ot VtsEiiAii Hittkhs J" Our answer lstluittliey
remove the cause or disease, and the patient re
citers Ids health. They are the gieat blood
puiiller and a lire-giving principle, a perreel
Renovator and Invlgorator ot thu svstem. Nev .
er before In thu history ot the world has a hied.
l-lno been compounded possessing the reiu.it k
uble qualities of Vinkoau IHttmis In healing the
sick of any disease man Is heir to. Thev nro a
gentle PurgatUe as well as Tonic, rellewng
Congestion or Inllainiiiatlon of the Liver and
Visceral Organs or llllllotis Diseases,
1111. WALKER'S I'ALI OHSIA VINEUAl!
act on all these cases In a singular maimer,
llv itii rll lug the llluoil they icmove tho eau-e,
aiiil bv icsnltlng nwuy Ihe elleclsor the In
ll.miiii.it lou (Ihe liibercularileposlts) the aneii.
ed iiarls leciiM' heallh, and n pernianelit cine
IF MEN WILL ENJOY (100D HEALTH,
let them Use Vini'.iiau llmhus as a medicine,
and aold llio Use of alcoholic stimulants In
pioelalm ViMiHii HniMis the most woiideifnl
Invlgorant thill eer sustained the sinking
NO PERSON CAN TAKE THESE HITTERS
aecurdlng lo dliectlons and remain long tin
well, provided their bones ale not ilesttojed by
mlneial pol'oii or other meal.", and Mtaloi
gans wateil liejonil tep.ilr.
which are so pievalcnt In thu valk'js or our
great livers throughout the I'liltei! state-,
especially those or the Mississippi, Ohio, Mis
souri, Illinois, Tennessee, Ciimbiiliind, Arkan
sas, Red Colorado, llraos, Hlo (irande, I'eail,
Alubama, Mobile, Savannah, Hoanoke, James,
and many others, with their vast tributaries,
throughout our entire countiy during the
Summer and Autumn, und remarkably so dur
ing scusons ot unusual heat and dryness, me
Invariably accompanied by extensive derange
ments of the stomach and liver, and other ab
dominal viscera. In their treatment, a purga
tle, exerting u iwwcrtul Influence upon these
various organs, Is essentially necessaiy, Thtic
Is no cathartic fur the 'jurpose equal to Dr. .1.
W'AI.KKll'S VlStllAH lHTTKlls, US they Will specd-
Ilv remove the d.irk-coloreil viscid uiatlerwlth
w'hlch the bowels are ljaded, at the same time
stimulating the secretions or the liver, and gen
erally restoring the healthy functions of tlui di
FORTIFY THE 110DY AOAINVf DISEASE
by puiitjlngall the llulds Willi VixT.imi ir
T Kits. No epidemic can take hold ol I lie sj stem
DV-1'KPSIA OH INDKIESTION,
head-ache, p.dn In the shoulders, coughs, tight
ness of the chisl.dlzliiess, son) eructations or
the stomach, bad taste In the nioiilh, bilious at
tacks, palpitation or the heart, Inllaiiiiuatlonof
thu lungs, pain In the legion ot the kidneys,
and a bundled other palnlul symptoms mo nrt
sinings ot dyspepsia, one bottle will prove a
better guarantee ot lt.s infills than u length
SCHOI'TLA, OR KINO'S EVIL,
white swellings, ulcers, Eiyslpelas, swilled
neck, goitre, scrofulous liillaiiiinallons, meieii.
Hal iilfectlons, old sores, eruplloiis or the sklu,
sole eyes, etc. In these, as In all other consti
tutional diseases, Wai.kku's Viseikh Hitti ks
havo shown their great curative iwwers In the
most obstinate and Intractable eases.
FOR INFLAMMATORY AND CHRONIC Rill::'.
gout, bilious, remittent and Intermittent fevers,
diseases of the blood, llier, kidneys and blad
der, these bllters have no emml. Such diseases
are caused bv vitiated blood.
Persons eiieie'ed In naluts and minerals, such
us plumbers, t pe-settcrs, gold-beateis and
miners, us they advance In Hie, am subject to
paralysis of the bowels To guard against this,
take a dose ot Walker's Vinhiau IlinKi!" occa
sionally. FOR SKIN DISEASES,
eruptions, tetter, salt iheuui, blotches, spots,
piuipies, pustules, ooiis,carouucie.s,i iiik-wui iiis,
scald heads, sore eyes, erysipelas, Hell, scurfs,
dlscoloralloiisof the skin, humors and diseases
of the skin ot whatever name or natuie, uie
iiierany uug up anu carried ouiot ino sysieiii
In a short time by Ihe Use or these Hitlers.
fin, taiie:andotiii:r WORMS,
luiktng In the system of so many thousands, ale
ctlectually destroy ed and removed. No sv stem
ot medicine, no vermifuges, no iiiithehnihltlcs
win 1 1 ru mo system irom worms llKe uiese ou
ters. FOR FEMALE COMI'I.AINTS,
In vounr ur old. married or slmrlc. at the dawn
of womanhood, or the turn of life, these Tonic
luii'TS uispiay so ueciuwu no iiiiiuence uiai mi
piovcuicnl Is soon perceptible.
CLEANSE THE VITIATED 1II.OOD
whenever you Ilnd Its Impurities bursting
thiough tho skin In pimples, eruptions or sores,
cleanse It whvu you Ilnd It obstructed and slug
gish In thu veins : cleanse It when It Is foul:
sour feelings will tell you when. Keep Ihe
blood pure, and tho heallh ot tho system will
11. II. MCDONALD A- CO.,
Druggists and Oeneral Agents, San Francisco,
California, and corner of Washington and
Chailcslon stteets, N. Y,
soi.ii uy At. i, niii'ouisrs anu ukaj.kiik,
Oct. . dtw cow ly
IIAXTER NATIONAL HANK,
II, llKNUV IlAXTEII,
II, F, llrllKor,
J, N, IIAX1EK,
T. W. 1'Allk,
OEO. IC. HOYCE,
(lEOKiik It, HorroJ,
J. W, CKAMTOS,
N. T, Si'iuaiiK, .Ik.
W, C. DUNTON,
W. 1', I.ANDOS,
(' O Ii LECTIONM
Made and remitted for at lowest Rales.
1NTEKKST Al IX1WE1I ON TUIK IIEI'OSITS.
A general Hanking and Exchange business
II.IIBNHV lUXTBK, I'H'St, J. N, IIAXIKII, V ITCSt
Osouos It, UOTTt'v, ( ashler.
rpilE FALL TERM OF THE HI' It.
.1. LINtlTON, VT SCHOOL
for young ladles, will open on
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMHEH loth.
A limited number of boarders tnken Into the
Principal's family Tor the year.
For terms apply to the Principal.
Hefeiences President Angell, Ann Arbor,
Mich.: Prof. M. Petty, lliirllnglon, Vt.: Rev. .1.
II. Worcester. D. 1)., Huillnglon, vt.: chief
Justice l'lerpolnt, Vergennes, VI. : Hon. II. A
Hint, Swnntoli, Vt.
BARItr. ACADEMY. - Tin- Winter
Term will begin on i huisda), Dec, 4lh.
For board, looms, or catalogues, address
J. s SI'At I.DINO,
nuvlJilctiilAwsw llarre. Vernioiit.
"JTVMl'LOYMRNT AT HOME.
In eveiy lly anil Town In Vermont, fur ,vn nitl
tie Just out.
No suliscrlpllon, Exclusive territory given.
Rest Hiiliii eiuents ortcreil.
I.. A. COIIH,
ilcittwlin liutlaud, Vt.
WT'ANTED. Two Tnilincsscs to wtitk
T 1 wllh Join ney men tailors on Hue coats;
also one pant maker, to make by liaiul, and a
tlrst-class e.st maker, oood wages and steady
woik tho year round. Only expeilenccd hands
I'. M. SMI I'll,
Nov. 1,1973. nldlw ;i7 Center St.
We lire picparcd to Hind In new und approp'i
ate style any of Ihe popul.il
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lit ltl-.li (Jualleilj Review,
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cultivators Count i y Oentlem'ii,
Diugglsts Clieuliir and .'henilcal tlaelle, .
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per furnished If desired.
rill iieioiir ntieuiioil glien in
HlNDI.NIi SHEET MUSIC A D OI.DWOHK
Liberal discounts lo Tow n or City I.lblui les,
GLOHE PAPER CO.MPANY
lilnleis and Hook-binders,
0 P ALL KINDS,
GLOHE PAPER COMPANY.
ri1AG8.--Wo nlTer Dennlson's Miicliim
I. dl'ionnd Shipping Tags to Stationers and
lilhtersal Dennlson'H lowest prices, Send us
an order iintl satisfy yourselves,
MUGS. We tell Dciintsim'H Tnir to
X Printers and Stntluiicrs ut Dennlson's 1
lotfimt wholesale pi ices.
OLOUK I'AI'EII CO
JHEEP FOR SALE.
A flock of 2.',o pure Spanish .Sheep, of the "Don
I'edro" and "Improved I'auUr " breeds, belong
ing to the estate of the late Joseph Sheldon of
Falrhaven, Also M flue lambs, ss jearllngs. In
line condition tor shipping; lm flue breeding
ewes nnd 8 stock bucks. Will be sold altogether
or In lots to suit customers. For further pat.
tlculars, call upon, or address
s. W. I1AILEY, AliM'n.,
septsdtf Faliliaven, Vermont.
O R S A L F. !
Mv liuu.'eoii the corner of Main ami Washing
Ion streets, with or without the two houses ad
joining, Alsn n desirable g.ndiii lot on the south end
M A I N S T R E K T ,
cunt. lining iibuut lllly choice mill trees,
Mrs- E. W. IIFNTOON.
Enquire ol c. 1'. Iliuilooii, al
I.AXDO.N A HUNTOOX'S.
July '.'.i.ll r
Ol'SE AND LOT FOR SALE.
situated on the corner of line and Fouith
streets, Falrhaven, Vt.. formerly owned bye.
I llubcock. For tcnns.Ae, apply to
HHUHF.X T. ELLIS.
Falrhaven, Vt Oct, it 3wdlf
AIM) WELL HOUSE.
.1. W. CliAMTON, Pinprielnr.
'Ik' lUJIDWI'.LI. HOUSE Is located opposite
the Depot, and lias long been favorably known
to thu traveling public. It has been recently
Improved, now atlordlng the best and most am
ple accommodation to guests.
The TA1ILE will be supplied with all (he lux
uries ot the Season, and every attention will be
paid to the minion or lis patrons.
In the fut hit, us In the past, the Proprietor
Intends to make II u llrst.class House altord.
lngall tliocuinfoils ot a homo to the traveler.
The public patronage Is solicited,
A OOOD LIVERY In connection with Ihe
Attenllve PORTERS will be found al the De
lnjt on Ihe arrival of all trains.
Ii A L HOUSE.
s sin ii
AMERICAN ANDjT.UROPHAN PLANS.
Cumpltif with looms
EN SUITE AND SINGLE.
LOCATION I'NM'I. PASSED,
being Ihe very renter of fashion and brllllaiil
1 i ill In l u I lire. In pruxlinlly to places or amuse,
nient, and, opposite Ucorge II. Palmer's, Hurt .V
Sherman, c. A. l'arkhurst ninl Oem-ge W. Hit
Hunt's dry good i palaces.
'J Y S T E R s
tor sale In large or small quantities, and sei ved
lu cvoiy style.
J. A. SAI.SIll'RY, Piioeii
Rutland, Nov. dim
A K E D U N M O R E HO USE.
E. P. IIITCIimriC, Pnquliliir.
.1, W, PORTER, MvsulhK.
This well known ami impulnr Hotel, situated
on the slimes of Lake Diiumnre, 1ms been re
cently put lu tliuiough repair. Several new
Cottages have been built and newly furnished,
and will be opened June 1st, tor the reception
oflH iiidersiiud tomlsls, iniijzSdir
LADIES AND III! NT I.EM EN,
J. W. FISHER,
C;Ulllll'S HlOCk,) Ol'I'llsllK THE IlEI'Or,
8Varin Meals at all hours. Polite and at
teuttie walterslu iitlendance,
Fresh Oysters received dally, un.l sold by the
gallon, quart or pint.
R. DEMING, I'ltni'iMKiiii:.
:r"Fiee Can luge to and Irom the Diqiot,
A good Livery and llllllatd Room In connec
tion with the House, novcdir
UTLAND MARBLE CO.MPANY,
WHOLESALE IIKVIEIIS IN
H L O C IC iV S A W E 1) JI A R H L E.
qi'VllllIKH ANU MI1.IJ.
J, N. IIAXTER, Supt, WEST RUTLAND, Vt.
All the glades of ltutland Mutble, 111 Ihe
spape of slabs of various thicknesses required
for Furniture, Mantel, and Decorative Work, as
well ns Cemetery use; also cublo Stock for
Moniimeutul and Hullillng purposes. Including
Rases, Strips, and Hosts, may bo found on our
yard at all times,
our extensive arrangement for Ihe produc
tion of Marble, In the way of quarrying Ma.
chluery, and Mills comprising thlrly.two gangs
of haws, placo us In position to supply the
wants of tlio Trade. Wholesalo utul Retail
Dealers, llullders, Furnlturc-meii, and gen.
eral Manufacturers will Ilnd It to their Interest
to favor us with their orders,
luujldiwtt RUTLAND MARIII.K CO.
TJENClLS.-rDixons Pencils, lniulu in
tho United States, are much superior lo
Fuber's, and are sold at lower prices. Try
(H.OI1K l'Al'KK CO.
piDER HARRELS. GihhI clilcr Imr
J rels for sale nt
LANDON ,V IIUNTOON'H
Rutland, Nov. &, lsl3. d.twaiv.
H R O K E R ,
II UltOAl) STIlKKr, SK' VOHK,
Stocks, (loverntneiitsutuKloldtioiight and sold
Ii7 Interest allow edou deposits. luuyWJtf
J'tovcjsi ami Siu Ware.
JQUNN ii CRAMTON,
Manufacturers of ull kltidi of
T I N W A R E .
nnd dealers In
PLANISHED, HHITAXNIA, JAPAX, (1I.ASS
AND WOODEN WARES
of every description,
I1ROOMS, HltUSIIES AND 1IASKKTS,
andngciier.il assortment ot
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Sieelal faellllles for Jobbing all kinds ot
TIN AND OLASS WARE.
:f "All kinds or biktkii taken In exchange for
No. It MERCHANTS' ROW.
ltutland, Vt., May 1, 1S73. myldtf
S T v
CELEHKATED FARMERS' AND MECHANICS'
(! O O IC S T O V E S ,
WITH ELEVAiUI) OVENS,
are now being made at the
I' I TT S F O K I) F V It N A C K .
Also tour sizes of
j, u r n j ji o x nTov i: s ,
Theso Stoves, being made of the I'lttsford
Charcoal Iron, will out last any other stoves
made, and will be sold as low as stoves made
of hard coal Iron. Apply to,
Illlg-.-JdJlll ptlTSKOllll, Vt.
G . S '1' A L E Y it CO.,
No. 1'Z MtKCH.VNIs' How.
STOVES AND HOT AIR FURNACES.
The Men nit and New Ameilcau Cooking
stoves, for both wood and coal, eunslautly on
hand. Manufacturers of aid dealeis In
COPPER.SiiN AXD SHEET IRON' WARE.
P I. U M II I N (.
In nil Its branches. Itathi'ubs, Water Closets',
Has and Wntei piping, and Fillings or
TIN HOOFIXtl AND JlullHl.NU
or all kinds piouiplly attended lo. None but
skillful und nilable workmen employed.
A I.I. IVOIIK ll'.l IMA ATM.;
It KM i:il 11 hit. 'J POOltS SOU I II OK,'IIIK Ol'l.lt V lllll'SE
V, M O V A L .
S, II. sluley, of the Lite llriu of Staley A; Llp
plncoti, has removed his business from No. 37
Center St., to No. 12 Merchants' How, where he
has formed a Copartnership with Messrs Dunn
X Crumtun, under the llriu uaiuo of S, 0. Staley
.vCo. Do will be pleased to see ull of his old
customers, and as many new ones as will lavor
him with u call.
Wull pockets, etc., 3.1 cents to f3.oo, at
J. II. MEEKEHS.
JAIRIES for 1874, at
.1, 11. MEEKER'S Music store.
piCTURE FRAMES, MotUm, Rewanl
J. Cards, etc, al
J. II. MEEKER'S.
SHEET Music nnd Mimical lintiiiinents,
J. II. MEEKER'S.
.AMES fortliellolitlayTratle, at
J. II. MEEKER'S Music Store,
Nov, id, 3ln dlt.
g J. LOOP,
Wholesalo dealer lu
CALIFORNIA WINES AXD HltANDY.
lUI'OIITEII ANII WUOI.KSll.lt lKt.KR
CHINA AND .lAI'AN TEAS.
Tho attention ot Town Agents, rhystclaus
and Druggists Is especially called to our wines,
as they are unsurpassed for medical purposes,
coming from one ot tho oldest vineyards in
CiilltomU. All goods guaranteed pure und kilt-
Isfuctory, or to bo returned at my expense.
CORNKIt FIIHKIIIT AND KVKLY.N. HTH.,
(Landou & HuntooD'a block,)
Rutland, Vt. uijltf
mt $uttmut Snily (Dtobc.
TUESDAY, DECEMHER 0, 187:).
Sea Dmsmt-t. No year In the present
century lias wltnesseil fo many npp.illltiB
marine disasters as this. First IlieNoitli.
fleet went down In tho English Clintniel
with 4.10 souls on hoard ; next came llio
All.intlc with nearly the same number of
vlrtltni ; then Hie City of Washington, nnd
now the Villa dti Havre, with a loss of 220
IsjL'xoTttix. On nppllealiiin of differ
ent parlies nlong Ihe line of the Rhinebcck
ifc Connecticut rniliiiad, nn itijnnclion has
been granted, thus slnppinjj nil train." from
running or any woik being done nn the
road tills winter. The reason given for
this action is that the cmiipatiy have failed
to build the fence ns they completed the
work of laying rails.
Foit Yof.no Lawykiss. Judge Noah
Davis of New York, when sentencing tl e
members of the bar who Insulted him at
the beginning of Ihe Tweed trial, gave the
following excellent counsel to the junior
counsel In the case, "Good faith to your
clients never Involves bad faith toyotir con
sciences. However well it limy be to be
known as great lawyers It U better to be
know n as honest lawyers ; ant! there Is no
incompatibility between the twn."
Tim I!oai:i of Aonim.TuT.i:. The
Woodstock 1'oH says : That band of oltl
ladies of the wrong sex known as the Ver
mont Hoard of Agriciiltuie thirsts for new
Ileitis and pastures green in which to dis
seminate its wisdom, potent dung and po
tato organs, and will not this year Invade
Windsor county. While Ihe Hoard doesn't
amount to any definite sum it is also true
that it doesn't cost much, nnd that its meet
ings, ns was the ease here last winter, by
hiving papers prepaied by real farmer.',
may bo made quite valuable.
Nf.w Yoiik and Canada Railroad.
The panic which paralyzed ail business in
tcrcsts also temporarily itlfccletl this enter
prise, Tho Delaware and IliitUon Caual
company havo ptirshasod and paid for
nearly one million dollars worth of proper
ty north of Amalile, and property is wortli
nothing to them without a connection with
Port Henry so as to make a through line
to Canada. They have now some 11 f teen
hundred men at work between Port Henry
and Whitehall, nnd qtilto n liiire amount
of wink has already been done between
Plattsburgh and Port Henrv.
Ptiil.ic Schools. Hon. A. M. Keliey,
mayor of Richmond, Va., an Influential
Roman Catholic, writes most vigorously in
the Jmlfptntlrnt In support of our common
school system, formulating hi' opinion
thus emphatically i ''The imparting of
sound, useful anil exclusively secular knowl
edge by.tenchers uf suitable sl;lll ami char
acter, thosen mediately by the people and
paid for out of the public tieasitry, is.imtler
the conditions prevailing in the United
States, a wise, beneficent and just system,
and impugns no right of conscience."
'-Only a Small Hill." The Hoard of
Supervisors nf Washington county for the
year 1871 directed the county clerk to index
the records of the olllce, the work to be
completed by Jnmiaiy 1st, next, It turns
out that the job lias been a fat one for the
clerk, ns lie has piesentcd to the picsent
Hoard the inodett bill of iJIll.uSS.SO, and
the book Is not yet completed. A commit
tee uf the Supervisors has hecu appointed
to investigate the matter, but the prospects
are that Inasmuch as the work was duly
ordered the bill will, if legal rates uie
Charged, have to be paid, exorbitant though
It may seem. We nee no reason why, in
the light of recent developments, the unices
of sheriff and clerk of Washington county
ate not "fat takes."
Daihymkn's Association. O. S. HI!.-s,
Estp, Secretary of Mio Vermont D.diymen's
Association, has engaged llio follow ing tal
ent to take pal t iu the next winter meeting,
at Essex Junction, Jan. Slst, Slid and 21 i
L. H. Arnold, Secretary of the Ainerican
Dairymen's Association j E. W. Stewart,
editor of the lliiffalo Livestock Journal;
Hon. X. A Willnrd, Hon. Hmris Lewis ;
Hon. T. S. Gould, and T. D. Cm Us, editor
of tho L'tlcn lltrahl. Governor Comcise
and several other prominent men Inteicslcd
In agriculture have aNo promNcd to lie pie
sent. Hon Henry Clark, Secretary ot the
Vermont Agriculluial Society, will read a
paper relating to tiie province and purposes
of tho Dairymen's Association. So says
the St. Albans Mcxvnger,
The 1'nitK Thaok. A sphit of livalty
exists at present between St. Louis, Cincin
nati and Chicago, more especially for the
bog irade. It may not sound very poeti
cal, but It Is a veiy useful nnd commend
able ambition, Chicago seems lo havo dis
tanced her conipctltots, and like the chaiin.
cr in the legend, entices tho "potkeis" of
tho country to her, Cincinnati is no long
er known ns Porkopolls, and her oilier ap
pellation of the Queen City of the West
will u'so be wrested from her. Chicago,
like iv really go-ahead city, as she is, is not
satisfied with her progress, and as the lust
rule In war is not to despise the enemy, she
is keeping n sharp lookout on the move
ments nf her rivals. She Is now afraid
that St. Louis may seetiru tho trade of
Texas, and that "a cotton Wall street of
the Northwest" may bo established in that
city. No less than l!iO,000 bales of Tevns
cotton were marketed this ear through St.
The Ckntkn.niai. '1 ha Pahi v. The
great centennial tea party lo bo given lu
FancuH Hall on Tuesday evening, Decern,
bcr It), promises to bu a very successful
atTulr. It has liecn aiiangcd for lion. Jo
Bltth Qulucey to prculde, and distinguished
gentlemen In llio vicinity of Huston ami
eUewliere havo been Invited to bo present
to entertain llio company with brief nd.
dresses. Musio will also add to tho at.
tractions of the evening. During llw i' r
clsca tea and a simple repast will be served
by young ladlci drcssisl in the tuillque cos
ttline of the olden time. The hall will K
opened at four o'clock nnd the exercises
will begin half an hour later, and last im.
til nine o'clock. Tea and a simple colla
tion villi lie served and imisic will he pro
vldcd. Colonel T. W. Iligglnsoti will pie
side, and addresses will lie made bv Wen
dell Phillips. Ralph Waldo Emerson, Lucy
hlono ami other distinguished speakers.
Mr. Whlttier nnd Mrs. Howe ate c.vtiected
to furnish poems, ntid letters are expected
from .Miss Alcott and Miss Phelps. Tbs
Massachusetts Historical Society will fit
tingly observe the day by uniting In a pri
vate social gathcting at the residence ol
Rev. R. ('. Wnterston. In Chester siiuate.
Among those who are expected to make
addresses on the occasion, or take part, aie
Hon. Richard Fnithlnglinm, Hon. Robert
C. Wintlirop, Dr. ShiirtlefT and Mr. Wn
terston. Stories and reminiscences will be
given appropriate to the day, nnd papets,
mementoes und ulies shown.
Patrons or HcsiuNnisY in Massvchi
sKTis. A Slate Grange of the Patrons of
Husbandry was organized nt Greenfield on
Thursday but. Their was a liberal reprc.
scntation of the order iu attendance. In
cluding many ladies. At ten o'clock a
secret meeting was held iu the town hall,
nt which all the granges vvcic represented.
After the adoption of u constitution and
by-laws the following named ofilccrs of the
Stale (liange of Patrons of Husbandry
were chosen : Woithy Mater, T. L. Ellis
of Conway; Overseer, A. J. Sawyer ol
Harvard; Lectiucr, Charles W. Felt of
Danvers ; Steward, George S. Willis of
Pi'tsficld; Asi-tant Steward, Henry E.
Hi i of H.iire : Chaplain, Luther C'nn.iiil
of Acton ; Tic.tMlicr, Chailcs Junes of
Decilield; Secretary, lienjninln Davis ul
Wine ; Gate-ICceper, Franklin ISaiilett of
South Dcerlicld : Pomona, -Mrs. A. S. Saw
yer of Harvard ; Flora, Mrs. Clint les Jones
of Dcet field ; Lady Assistant-Steward, Mrs.
Henry E. Rice of Harre. Speeches were
made by prominent members of the order,
in which it was claimed that the picsent
condition nnd future prospects of the order
were eminently satisfactory. There ate now
eighteen granges in the State, being locatisl
in' Greenfield, Deerfield, Northfield. lioa
ton, Acton, Ware, Groton, Conway, Harre,
South Deerfield, Monson, Harvard, D.m
vers, Pittstield, Hadlcy, Amlieist, Cheshire
(.ri-c-n, ilio .IliinU-rer of yir. stiaj
IBu Is Ilulioi l-lt lo be nil llic-i-llltllir-.
All sou of clinics arc charged ugniiist
Chailcs O. Green, the murderer of Mrs.
Shay at Stato Line. It is slated that lie
has made numerous assaults upon women,
anil at one timo a very violent one upon a
little gill about ten years old.
The school house at the little village near
State Line, sometimes railed "Hunter's"
ami sometimes "Sodom," was burned down
on the night of November 2"ith. The pen
pie iu the district li.ivc been investigating
the matter and aie sali-fied that Green set
it nllre. He attended school thcie. Fioni
somi; talk he hail wilh a boy the day before
thefire and with thesame bov i day or two
after, the people have enine to believe that
he was the Incendiary.
Tin: B'oicr ic i:. it v iso.iiiciiii:.
t'ull I'arlii'lllars ol I In' Alflllr A
Woman llt-lllierali-l)' Miools a .Vlan
IH-ail afli-r Wnrninir llliu lo Iti-sisi
from Alinslni; llc-r SonA Vertlli-t
ol' JllSlllillllll' llOUlll'llll'.
A coiiespimdeut nf the Troy I'iiki fioni
Port Henry says : Wednesday morning nt
about 4 o'clock the people of this usually
quiet village wcic startled by a pistol, w hicii
was Immediately followed by shouts of
".Murder!" The sounds proceeded from a
little shanty occupied by n Mrs. Robare,
who has nlwnys had a bad tcputation in
the village, mid a man named linker, who
lived convenient, immediately went to the
linu-c of .Mrs. Robare. Lying on Ihe
ground about sit feet from the doo)- was
the Issly of Peter McEnany,
WIUIIIIMl AND OAsliNO IN Ull: I.Asr Oi(.
NILS Of HEATH.
His colt was burning when' the but
let entered, and Mr. Raker, alter put
ting out the lire, hunied fur Dr. Nichols,
who. came at once, but the unfiutunatr
man was pat help and expired iii awful
agony, about twenty minutes after being
The affair ctcated a gieat excitement and
the people flocked to the place. The Ihh'v
of the iinfoitunali- man was earned to the
new-jail, where ihe po-t uioitem ovaniina
tion w.i- held, ninl Mrs Roh.ire was placed
under at rc-t lu her own house, and while
SKKMKD ill SHOW Nil I'ONCl.IlN WHAIKVKl:,
but proceeded with her household duties ns
though nothing unusual had happened
Coroner Ramsay of Ticoiideroga was sent
for and came as soon as pn.-silile and Uo
cceded with the inquest, which has just
been concluded with a verdict of justifiable
homicide, wheieupon the woman was dis
charged. On her examination she swoic
thai the deceased came to her house about
il o'clock iu the punning and lUiiumli l
udinlssion, which wns lefitscd. lie then
kicked open the door und came in, and
seized a boy of .Mrs. Robare and was alius
ing bint, wheieupon she got nu inui poker
HIM TIIKEB 1IMKS ON TI1K UK Ml,
but he continued. She then fold liliu that
unless ho let tho bov ulonu she would shoot
him. He paid no attention to her tin eats
and she went to a bureau drawer and got
her pistol and shot 1 il m lu llio abdomen, nnd
in twenty minutes thereafter he was n
Deceased was a young man of about
twenty-seven years of age, nnd was by
trade a blacksmith. Ills parents icslileheie,
and are veiy lcspcelable people, and the
heartfelt sympathy of the whole communi
ty Is with them. Re was their only son,
and has always botiie a good leputatiou,
Ho leaves a wife and two childien lu laid
Is ii coarse, hard-lcatuied woman, low, te
treating foiehead and a pair of datk, sinis
ter eyes ; and a person on looking at her
would nt once give her ciedlt for a very
treacherous disposition. She is half Indian,
as her fuatutes indicate, and is for all in all
n haul looking Individual. The llmernl of
tho itnfot lunate man will lake place tn
nioirow alternooii. The law may in-ufi
1 this she wolf lu the matter, but all well mi
jtnltllmtlt was an unnecessary taking i t
life, nntl nllhough tho ffcno might nut
I merit hanging, mich nn example should in
I inndo of her as to sttiku Knor inllic lie uls
of those who are In Ihe habit of inirvnie