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THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBK, SATURDAY MOKN1NG. PECEMHK1. '21, 187:?.
She gutlanrt gaily Globe.
S ATI H D A VTljiicK MB Kit 2 7 ,9 73"
Advent Cncitcn N'n services.
. IHrnsT. ltev. j:. MtlH, Pastor; Services nt
10.43 n. in. nndJ.oo p. m. sabbotuscliool nt 1 2m.
t vtuolic Her. Charles Hoylm, Pastor; Ner
vices nt 8.00 nnd lii.su n. m nnd 7.op. in.
l'HENcu catholic. Kov. li. Cardinal, Pastor;
Services nt ll.wu m. and J:n0 p. in.
Cosoiikoatiovai.. ltev. .1.0. Jolmson, Pastor;
Sirvlcos ut lo.tft u, m, nnil T.oo p. in. Pravor
rn'Mtlngioh Thursday nnd SAturdaJ evenings
Kriscor.vt.. Iter. W.J. Harris DD.,ltoctor; Morn.
In? l'ruyer with Sermon nt lv.svn. in. Sunday
School Immediately utter morning wriln!
Evening Prayer Willi sermon hciv-aftcr nt 7.01
Methodist. I!ev. H. r. Austin, pAstorj Ser
vices nt 10.43 n. in. l'raj or Meetings Tuesday
anil Thursday evenings at 0.011, In the C'liapel,
West lUitl.inil-Mjtlio.llst-PreaoIiliii In Cm.
tral Hall at 2.0J ami 7.0) p. in.
Voting Moii' Christian Association.
Meets nt th3lr H.ill, lluHum's Illoek. Monday
evenings for ilevutlun.il sen lees ut o'clock,
lei by Han. K. Cliasi.'. All lire Invlteil. At tn.i
close ut tliu ilevutlun.il exercises t'uav will lie
unvoting fur busman. Tlio iauinlnrs of the
Hoard ol Directors, and workln; committee
nre roipiost 'd to be present.
itcadln; lluum freely upm to all, from i.'n n.
m. to lo p. in.
Meeting nt Hie Jatl nt 4 o'cloek p. ni.
Pooler District. At O.IW o'clock p. in.
Itlil'I.A.M) l-a.VS' Oi'C'ICi:.
Advortlsad Letters fur Hie week flu tin; Iw,
t v Lee, Mn Man K
Honour, .wis si
llartli, Mis Mlinil
Hruush.iw', Mi,,i J
Dorrlh, .Mrs M.irj
Daggett, Mrs l.u,'fni!
Hall -III, .Mksllur.l M
Kenton, .Miss Miry
llaney, Mrs T
Jackson, Mrs Marlon
Klmbull, Miss Mary
I..'e. Mrs I.IW.I"
Mllssoy, Mrs M A
.McDerinotl, Mlsi Anne
ITiiII, Mrs NYltlo
I'.itnodl, Mrs Mary A
l'elkliis, Mrs Alpha
Heed, Miss Flora
Surfnnt, Mis Anno I:
side, Miss ITora I,
IVTnHiel Mis Is.ibello
itcnjanilu, K 1'
chltcomb, 1. H
Hotelier, J J
Dewey. T I'
l'ulton, o K
llewelt, H.ibert I.
Hiwli y, John
Horn, c I.
Kemp, Kben .1
Maples, n V
Morgan, J i.n Id
Preston, Win 11
Phillips llullm A
Heed, Jerome, s
lltce, ll run II
Mod lard, Simeon
Wnrren, O 1'
Weliier, I'rot .1 s
i.arni': , Janii's
ni:i.i) roii poiTAin:.
LMmijoii, Mi's Wm 111 linn, i;.
Nichols I), o
Wlinn application Is made for an advertised
letter, tlio applicant iniisl tU e dale of ndi erl he
ment. If nol called for wltuln onenionlli tlioi
Hill bo sioil to tin- l)3ad Letter (mice.
J. II. KIMU'llN, I'. M.
Ilrgatar eonvuitlon ami election of officers or I
Vermont Lod'e, yn. 1, Knights of Pythias, this :
loaiuruay evening, ill i..r o chick, a lull at
tendance is desired.
Kcgular and annual meeting for tlio eleetlon
of onicers of Wnshlnglon llnglno Company, No.
-, this (S.iturdaj) evening nt 7 oVIo '. A lull
alt"!id,inef is rerucstcd.
Fin.si- I'vni: I'oeliv ; From t'oik
Siicomi l'.vori Kditoiial lirevities j Kdl
torials Tlio i:jio-eil Fraud ; Mayor Hall ;
.V Relic Going j Washington Letter ; Hon.
Thomas Fitch's Lectin e.
Tiuui) l'.voi: D.islio.) ; Otter Creek Val
ley Tcaphcr.s' Association ; Vermont Re
FoniTll I'.vnr. X Selected Story.
omen or niE cmue tquvit. ofiici.i:,
v isuixmo:., nee. -; s p. m.
For Xe,v Rnglnnd mid Middle States,
brisk tohlgh northeasterly to nurlhwcster
ly winds, with stormy weather will pre
vail, followed by dealing weather in tin
southern portion of the last u imoJ district.
DASRKS IIRRi: AXRTIIKRi:.
The sets to-night at ):!, rises to-morrow
morning at 7:19; tets on Sunday
evening at -1:31 j Uses on -Monday morning
at 7:20, making equal length ot the days.
The annual meeting of Washington en
gine company, lids Saturday evening at
it Is gratifying to know that the mind of
our cotemporary. around t lie corner, is re
lieved. We. wonder what will tioube
A startling account cf tlio condition of
an inmate of the Vermont Reform School
will lie found on tho lbl:d page.
Adjutant J. II. Oouldlng.of Commander
Veazcy's staff, will visit Post Skinner, of
Ihe Grand Army of the Republic at Man
chester on Tuesday evenin next.
-Miss Mary Rurnham of the Rutland high
school is one of the icadeis nt the Literary
club of Manchester nt Its next meeting.
Rev. Richard Grngan will give a tcm
pempcranec address on Monday evening
next, Dec. 2!), nt half pat slx o'clock, at
tho Congiegallonal church, In West Rut
land. Several quiet little Christmas "compli,
inents" nro hereby acknowledged from our
friends in Rutland and elsewhere.
Thaddcus Fait hanks, of St. Johnsbury,
lias just been granted an extension of his
patents for Ida platform tonics, by Ihe
Commissioner of Patents.
Col. Henry S. Hard has been elected
commander of Post Dudley, No. 23, of
tlio Grand Army of tho Republic at Ail
ington. Dr. R. Lewis Sturtevanl, of South Fra.
mlngham, Mass., has neceptcd an invlta.
tion to attend the meeting of the Dairy
men's Association at I-sscx Junction, lie
will read a paper detailing the icsults of
sundry Inteicstlng and valuable eperl
inents. He is fine of the most caieful ev
perlmcnters in this country, hence Ids
deductions will bo entitled to great weight.
Tho butter shipped at St. Albans last
week was -121 tubs.
Rev. A. 11, Dascomb of the Congrega-
lional church In Woodstock, has icceived a
call to a clmrcli in Winchester, Mass., nt n
salary of frl.OllO. His present salary Is
The centennial social tea party, filvcn by
tho ladles of tho Congregational church
was i success, and brought $131. U in aid
of the chinch,
An Interesting report of Ron. Thomas
F.tch's lecture at llrandon, on Wednesday
evening, "From Cotk to Venice," will be
found on tlio first page.
Tlio young gentlemen of Woodstock pro.
poso to inaugurate tho custom of "Now
Year's calls on tho approaching mmlveisary
nnd glvo timely warning for Ihe benefit of
Wood Is selling In Chester at ijfi.00 per
Mrs. Mary A. Llverinoro lectures nt
.Montpeller, Dec. 110, nnd at Northlleld,
Dec. Ill, on "Tho battle nf Monday."
Tho Granville, N. Y., UtporUr hnsnis.
Tho great fog of last week reached
. Tlio Old Nations! Bank of Whitehall lins
j ttoclarc.1 n fcnibanuntl dividend of 8 per
I .Totm n. Uoiigh while lemming from the
' lecture hall to the hctfl. After his lecture nt
Whitehall, slipped on the Ice, Injuring Ids
ankle, lie wns unable to teach hl mom
i A phantom party, of eho'ts, hobgoblins,
etc., Is to lie given nt Anderson Hall,
Whitehall, Now Yens night.
A aceno Mmttnr tn that described hy the
D.inbury jVnri man occurred on Cottii!o
street on Christmas eve. About 2 o'clock
In Hie morning the lady of the house,
thinking she heard a noise In the kitchen,
crept out of the bed and and to that room
to see It It was not her lelgo, Lord, who had
been expected in for several hours. On
reaching the kitchen she found her lord
nnd master sitting on the floor with his
new silk hat between ids knees, nnd In the
hat several diied heiring nnd nboilt two
quarts of water, Her husband was eyeing
tliu nilxtuic with profound gratification.
".Iiilin," sciential the lady, '-what me you
doing?" 'Me?" enquired lie, with a look of
surprise. "Why, Matlldy, I'm (hie) slatt
ing an , hie) nqilnrlum foryoil Clirlshmus."
Oknkiiai. Aoi'.nt. John W. Crnmton
Is general A pent for the Itutland Dally nnd
I Weekly Oi.oiik fur thu t'nlted States nnd
Kxciunok ok l'n.riTs. ltev. W. II.
Ayers, tiie iceently settled pastor of the
Congicgallounl ehureli, Casdlcton, will oc
cupy the pulpit of thn Ilaptist church, to
morrow, (Sabbath) In eveliange with the
palnr, l!ev. V. JIllls.
i:sr l'ofi.ixi'.v.-llev. li. Jlills will
lecture in Kat I'oultney on Tuesday even
ing next, Dee. SOth, under the auspices of
the library comnilttue. Subject "Krom
P.nls to l'ompeii." Admission free.
Dr.vrii or an Kditoi: and I'niiisiiKi:.--
Ij. .1. Jlelndoe, the long time nnd well
known editor atid.'publislier of the Vermont
C'ironicIe and Wlnd.sor Journal, died nt bis
! lesidence in Windsor, on Wednesday morn
ing Inst. He has for several years Ihvh
I lil of euiiMimption. He was a faithful and
j labotious publisher, and by assidious ntleu
, lion to business had aniased a fortune.
t He has been one of the most siicccs-fiil
! publishers In New England. His 1'uncr.il
took plaro on Friday afternoon
X.vr.now Kso.viT. or a Dkinki-.n Womvn.
About dusk, on Chtistmas day, u woman
was found laying in the snow on thu east
side of, and in cloe proximity lo the rail
road crossing on Fi eight stiect. She was
picked up by some passers by, when It was
found that she was so drunk Hint she could
not navigate nny distance without falling.
Had she attempted to cross the track alone
she would probably have been run ovcrbv
the train, us the shunting engine was pass
ing up and down the crossing nt the time.
The unfortunate woman was taken in
charge and conveyed to her home by some
kind f i lends.
Justice Marshall bad Rdward Dnnohuc,
from llrandon before him on Thursday for
intoxication. He wns mulcted to the tune
of f13.0J, which he paid, lb- "peached"
on Albert Matthews, who was lined fJ27.no
and took an appeal.
On Fliday, Rarney Curoll was again in
limbo for one of ldspeiiodical drunks; was
lined 81!1.!H and squealed on K. C. Har
rows and Albert Matthews, who were cacli
lined .J27..'i0 and appealed.
Ira Doty, for one drunk was lined .jl.
Ot. He would not blow on the man who
sold him thu liquor and was "cooped."
The annual election of Killlngtoii
Steamer No. 11, was held nt their rooms
on Friday evening. The following Is the
list of olllcers elected :
Levi ft ICingsley Captain.
Harry M. Hates 1st Assistant.
John II. Melntyre 2d Absistant.
L. Vnliquettc, Jr Clerk.
A. S. Marshall Trcasuicr.
H. W. Marshall Auditor.
W. A. Hill Engineer.
A. T. Tyrrell Steward.
(Irgnnlxnlloii of llillllllul irnngr.
A Grange of tho Patrons of Husbandry
was organized in Rutland on Friday after
noon by Z. R. Jameson of Irasburgh, spe
cial deputy. Tho following ofllccrs were
Henry Hayvvnrd, Mnster.
.1. Grafton Griggs, Overseer.
Jesse. L. Hillings, Lectmcr.
Miner Ililllard, Secretary.
Renj. R. Grccno, Treasurer.
A. Smith Cramtnn, Stoward.
S. W. -M"ead, Ass't Steward.
Mrs. Jesse L. Rlllings, Ceics.
Mrs. Henry Hayvvnrd, Pomonn.
.Mrs. J. G. Griggs, Flora.
-Mrs. S. W. -Mead, Lady Steward.
The meetings of tho Grange will bo held
on the First Filday In cacli month.
Oiler Ct'ceK Vullv)- 'fl'unrlici-h' Ahsii.
Tiie tenth semi-unnunl meeting of the
Otter Creek Valley Teachers' Association
convened on Friday morning for ntvvo
days' session nt Pittsford. It opened with
a very small number of teachers nnd friends
in attendance which, however, was swelled
dining the day to u respectable audience.
The exercises were held nt the Town Hall.
Prof. J. S. Cilley, A. M., of llrandon, tho
piesldent of tho association, called to order
and prayer wns offcied by Rev, R. G, Wil
, liams of Castleton. The secretary lead the
, mnlUp. or tl,0 last, meeting, nnd tho meet.
nf? C()mmcnccd its labors with the discus
slon of the following : "The public school
i in Its relation to public morals." Tills was
opened by Judah Dana, A. M., of Rutland.
I who, in his ustinl Interesting manner held
j the attention of his hearers with n vlgoioua
application of tho subject hi question. Ills
remarks tool: up the lorenoon hour and the
association adjourned till afternoon.
At half past one o'clock tho association
reconvened, and witli an evident increase
In numbers. Tho discussion wns continued
by Otis S. Johnson of tho Wnlllngford
High School, who took up tlio question in
Its most radical sense. Ho arraigned the
dlstilct schools of tho country,ln particular,
for their lack of moral teaching nnd In
fluences. Tho people, he said, had looked
for nothing from their teachers but u prac,
tlcul (.yetcni of education. Ho argued
btrongly In favor of u system of teaching
that should be extensive enough to Include
morals. TTp would in this refer especially
to tho public schools maintained by tho
taxation of the people, nnd by the term
morals ho meant nil that Is regarded as cs.
sentlal to good citizenship and good be-
havlor. In looking liacH to the district
schoils the speaker had attended In his
youth he could lecnll nothing that he was
then taught which was nt nil calculated to
inculcate high moral teachings. Although,
he sild, It was our boast that our country
was dottcil witli school-houses throughout
Its domain and some i cspeets they aie our
shame. He could not feel that Ihe mcntnl
training our scholars lecelve was in nny
way liable to open up n way to nn advance
ment of their moral ch.uaetei.s.
An address wns then delivered by I'rof.
Kiios Oimld of Itennlngton on "Mttle
Things," w lilch will appear In full In our
next Issue. It was full ot sensible argu
ments an 1 replete with excellent talk to
The discussion on "Mo.'crn School work
as related to the development of thought In
Hie pupil," wii3 next taken up. I'rof. A.
K. Lcavcnwoith, of Xew Haven opened
with practical remarks upon the methods
commonly used by teachers, in teaching
from texMiooks. Formeily, In leading,
Murray's lCuglish Header, was Used alone
year after year. Xow schol.us need six or
s3cn different books to go through the
series. Ho considered that scholars weie
hurried through the exercise without the
proper attention being given to it by Ihe
teacher. If we had fewer studies and gale
mine attention to their thorough nppllei
tion it would be attended with better ie
suits. The railroad speed employed ad
mitted of but little thought on Hie pait of
the pupil. It was erantmini: knowledge
down tlin throats of scholars with no i
advantage to them and liable lo l.eol'gieit
dttilment. It was thought by too many
paienti that the gical tlml'lmitnm was in ,
having their children le.iiu to "cipher" !
well. They must go through the aiilhtne. ,
lie icgnlarly every term, with no sort of j
good except in tlio facility to make llgiue.-. I
and no know ledge of principles. The con
elusion icnchcd by the speaker was that
modern school woik is not developing
In the minds of the pupil as ll I
Rev. C. C. Tin icy, of Charlotte, was the
next speaker, w l.o took the same view ns
Mr. Leavenworth expicsscd, and remaikcd
that men weie apt to let the newspapers do
their thinking without taking tlm" lo ex
amine the matter themselves.
Mr. Dana, of Rutland, took decidedly
diffiuent grounds from the picceding i
spe.ikeis in many icspecK He thought I
the gentlemen did not take into account I
that we lived in nn age of progics, thai j
the times bad changed and willi Ihem Ihe
kcnliments of the people. He considete.l
that veiy much of this change was neics. '
sary, while in some respects, as for instance
in reading, lie thought they used lo lead In
tlio same careless way as they do now, and
on being questioned by Profs. Cilley and
Leavenworth said he consldeied Ihe modem
system of teaching far belter than the old.
Oilier and nppropiia'c rematks weie
made upon the question by Rev. M. L.
Severance of Orwell, Rev. R. (. Williams
of Caslleton anil Mr. H'itislow of Pittsford.
which we have not space to refer to more j
Thn discussion of the morning in lelation
to the public morals of our schools was
then again icopened by Mr. Johnson of
Walllngford, who spoke further in icgard
to Ihe bad tendencies of our schools to cor
rupt the mind of the yi.unir. Rev. Mr.
Williams of Castlelon thought piienls
were much ion ignorant legardlng what
their clilldien weie doing in school, and
gave mmy valuable points in iclatlon
thereto. lie was followed by Rev. Mr.
SeveraiKc, I'rof. Cilley and Dr. C. L. Cn'e
Theaddiess of Rev. Mr. Severance on
"Social Cultuie" was deferred until to-day.
The President announced the following
On Revision of tlio Constitution Judali
Dana, Rev R. (?. Williams, mid O. S.
On Nominations Dr. C. I.. Case, A. R.
Leavenworth, F.nos Gould.
On Resolutions A. K. Leavenworth,
Runs Gould, O. S. Johnson.
Tho association then adjourned until
Tin: vnit.iiovr itinrou.ii miuimm,.
Mime Startling Cm ts.
Wc aie surprised to And tho Woodstock
papers, Hie SUtntUird and Age coming to
us with startling fads in reference to tlio
condition in which n boy lias been found nt
the Vermont Reform school. It would
seem that some explanation is due Hie pen.
pic of the state In rcfereuce to this affair
from Rx-Gov. Paul Dillingham of Water- i
bury, Ron. James M, Sladoof Middlcbitry, ,
and Hon. John L. Mason of Richmond, tin-
tiustccs of that institution. Wccannot be- i
Peve these gentlemen nreawaro of tho con
dition of tilings, hut Ihcso facts coming out ,
through tho courts before, Ron. James I
R.irrett nnd Governor Converso seem to I
have Iho appearance ot fact. i
We glvo the statement of tho matter ns
It appeared in the Woodstock SUintUv d and
Spirit of the Age.
Tho people of Vermont have been called j
upon within n few years to appropiiatc
laigc bums of money to enlarge and Ini- i
prove an institution at Waterbury, known I
ns "The Reform School,' for tho concc- I
tion, lcform nnd education of young offen
ders, and undei tho Impression that tills in
stltution was tinder good management and
doing n beneficent work tho Increased tax
ation has been very cheerfully borne.
From all persons nnd newspapeis having
knnwledgo of the management there have
come the most hearty cxpicsslons of coin
meudation, says tho Standard, nnd the wit-
ncsscs seemed to vio with cncli other In
their .self appointed work of laudation.
Aio wo to nwako now to find that Instead
of building up an Institution whoso object
Is reform, whoso work Is of a humane and
charitable naliuc, we have been nursing n
den of vermin and pampering u eet of
overseers who nro little better than brutes ?
Let tho people of Vermont judge how tho
enso looks in court.
Tho Spirit of the Age gives tho following
statement nnd summary of tho testimony i
On Iho fifth day of February, 1873. War.
icn Jolasou, then about W yeais of age,
was sent to tho State Reform School at
Wateibury, by ono of tho justices of Ply
mouth, to stay until he had his trial nt this
term of Windsor county court. Last week
Sheriff Stitnson took young Johnson from
Wateibury, nnd last Saturday left him hcio
lu iall. This afternoon ho was brought
Into court nnd plead guilty to the Indict
incut found by tho grand jury. Rcforo
this, however, certain facts ns to the con
dlllnnof tlio boy when Iho shci Iff icceived
him became necessary- so that tho court
were in doubt whether to tend lilm back to
the Reform School unless lira law com
pelled so to do, thcrefoie several witnesses
were called and thelrlc-dhmiuy taken down
by tiie court leporler.
WAiinr.N Johnson's iestimonv.
Warren Johnson j 10 years old the lflth
day of next June, inv home Is in Shrews
bury, Vermont ; I have a mother but no
f.itl'ierj mother lives In Shievvsbury.
Father died 10 years ago. Ihavelieaid
from mother once since I have been In the i
Reform School. She wrote me, Can lead 1
books but not wiitluir. On being re-called '
the boy testllled i Had lice about two I
months j knew that the bovs er.tlehcd I
their heads j had iiocomb : woie theshlit
n fortnight i washed ine nil over week ago
last Sunday. Had no soap at all : wash
my hands nnd face every morning nnd
noon none of the boys have soap ; sleep
alone. Henley, one ot the olllcers, would
whip me till Ihehlood would sometimes
nut down my legs i he whipped muwllha
sticks be whipped me because he said 1
made them. I lad enough to eat nnd a good
lied. When 1 whistled he would whip me.
slli:i!IU' STIMSOX'S irsllMONY.
Last week Wednesday I wrote the mper
Intendcnt of the Refoint School that I
wns coming down on thn train from St
Alb ins, Saturday, and I wished him lo
have the boy ill the depot. The tialn was
tbiee or four hours lale, and I telegraphed
him to be sure and have the boy at the
depot, on ho nirlvni of the lialu. We
stopped several intitule, tail it was not un
til tiie train was in motion that I why him.
IIl was with another hoy. I found him in
a dirty condition. I examined him Thurs
day for lite llist time. Mr. Ilevvilt was
wilh me. Found blin thickly eoveied with
nits and lii e without making close exnnii
nation. Something had hern done lo his
head liefoie ( saw him.
V I'lllsoNI'.ns iKsriMoSV.
N'alliati lllatid, a prisoner coiiliMed in
j ill. lestllled llial soon after Ihe boy was
put Into Ihe jail he discovered the Ike in
ids hair ; thai be endeavored to Use a line
comb upon the hoy hut the nils were so
thick the comb would not pass thloitgh Ihe
hair: tint himself ami othei prisoueis
look oil' Ids Miht nnd found lice in that nnd
burned it up, Mtpplying to the hoy another ;
nun mere weie lice under Hie hoys aims
nnd tliat he was unelcan. The ja'iler, two
physicians and others who examined the
hoy last Monday, also teslilled to Ihe tact
that he was lousy mid unclean.
mil itr.vvirr'.s ieshmonv.
I Rxaiiiineil him last evening : should think !
1 saw by one stroke of Ihe h ind half ai
doyen lice ; Ids hair was full of nils ; none j
1 of tlio other Inniatesof the jail have lice. I
JOsCni II. HKNI-os's TllsTIMONV. I
Joseph I). Denison of Royallon, Secie.
i taiy of Civil at.dlMilllnry Affairs, testified
as follows : j
I Kxanilncil liini with Col. l'itutiee Ihi-i
inmntng. F Hind lice, one l.ii ge one. Dr.!
j Slierwln was called to sec him yesterday
i afternoon. He was in a lit nf "epilepsy.
Some of Ibo inmate said he had lice, bill '
made no examination on nccount of his '
condition. Last evening Dr. Robinson and
myself went down to tin: jail to examine .
Ids head. We loutul lice in Ids hair and a j
great many nils We examined Ids aims ; i
think I saw nits in Ids aim pits. Dr. Hub.
Insiiu went to the jail with Dr. Sherwiii 1 t-t !
evening. Found 'that the boy had lice. 1
Ills hair was lull of nits.
.irniiK nvriii:iT. 1
The second examination of Ihe boy was !
made by Judge lianett, after which the
judge, willi an effort lestrnlning the iiidlg. I
nation thai was boiling within b'.'n, ie- I
nianded Ihe boy to the j.i'.l, lemnikiug that
Ihe case icqulied malum deliberation, and j
Hint the Court, inde compelled by law lo !
do so, would be very loath to send Ihe boy I
back lo this condition of things. He felt I
it lo be Ins duly to piocceil ns he had ill!
this ease, because thu judsi s of the state i
have very much lo do with peopling ilils .
I institution, and had duelled llieieptulei to
j take down the evidence. Hint theie nilirht
not lie any quc-linn about it.
i oovce.xoi! ooN'vrifsn. '
I lli Excellency, (!oveinorCouveie, who
' was an inleicsted witness of these pro
i ceedings, icmaikcd that he commended the
I court tor the manner in which ithaddls.
I charged tills duty and icquesled a copy of
! the testimony.
: It will lie immediately supplied lo him
and then we hope he will not sleep until
j this Institution, which, vro me tempted to
, say, has a misnomer for a name, is made
I to shake fiom foundation toganel. The
! case is too levoltlng to admit of any delay.
, The Ftttml'inl adds: Hut the heart
I sickens nt tlio iccital of such liorrois
Court, btr and Hie cllicns weie .lined to '
the depths of their natuie.
I'nfi'on nf ISiislmmlrj .
On Thursday Otter Cicek Giniige of the
Rations of Husbandly wns orgiuled by
Z. R. Jameson, Special Deputy, ut Dauby,
consisting nf 21 members, with the follow
P. T. Giillllli, Master.
A. S. Raker, Secretary.
A. D. Smith, Trcasuicr.
Chas. H. Coiigdon, Lectin it.
Rev. R. F. Wright, Chaplain.
Isaac .1, Nichols, Ass't Slewaid.
Mrs. p. s. Smith, Lndy Stewar '.
Thu lollowlug are Ibo olllcers of Homo,
wen (Srnngn at Hyde vllle :
11. F. Grave,, Master.
J. II, Wiswcll, Overseer.
R. J. Hyde, Lectmcr.
R. II. Filkll, Stew-aid.
Milton Ilm iy, Ass't Steward.
Seneca Fit Id, Chaplain.
Fayette Rat ney,l'ieasurer.
R. W. Hyde, Secretary.
VY. VV. I'dlK, Gate kce;-cr.
Million K. Hyde, Ceres.
Rosa R. Hyde, Pomona.
A. F. Paiks, Flora.
Flora A. Ilenuy, Lidy Steward.
Walton's Vkiimont Rcnisrci:, Fanners'
Almanac nnd Jbislness Dhcctory for 1871,
The only Vermont Register published.
Single copies, by mall, 15 ccnls. Addicss
Gi.oiii: Paper Co., Rutland.
IIKNNISON'S I'ATK.ST SIlll'PIM) TAI IK,
Over en millions have been Used wllliln Ihe
past ten yen it, without eoniplaliilot loss by lag
becoming ilelnrliod. All I'.xpross Companies
uso iliein, Sold by Printers and stationers
OLOIli: PAPLH CO. Ul'TI-ANH,
jtmeKdAWtf Wholosalo Ascnls.
Chapped hands, face, rough skin, plinplos,
ring worm, hall-iheuui mid other eutiineoiis in
fections cured, nnd the skin uindo soft and
smooth, by using tho Junlpir Tar Soap, made
by Caswell, Hazard ft Co., New York. Ho cor
lain lo gel tno Juniper Tar Simp, as there nro
innnv ludlniloiH made with eo union Tar which
n ro v'voiT liless, deei IJA W4w
Patent Owners, and nil Interested lu Patents,
Tho Prospectus ot tlio New llnnland Assocln.
tlonotliivcntoisniid Patent, tnwn'rs contains
matters ot great luiiioiiunco to all interested lu
Taunts and Inventions.
sent to nny nuorcss on application 10
11. H. T'OWNSKNI), Kecrclaiv.
133 Huiiuner St., lloston. Mass,
RMOVAL.-Tho nlllco of tho Eiiuit.
, nl.lt. i.ifo AKsurnnCo Society Is now ro.
moved to Iho Baxter National llanklmlldlnff.
A doslrnblo protective Investment can bo so.
cured .11 thla lending and successlul Society by
applyliiffto K. O. MASON,
dc97iutwlt Ctutrtl Aifcnt, Itutlond, V t,
Special to Hie itttt'.ind CHoli",
Itr.XMNoios. Di e. 20.
A telegram lo Rev. Dr. I law ley, an
nounces that ltev. J. II. I'atlcron. M. I).,
of (Hens Falls, N. Y., dropped dead on Ihe
sheet Christmas l',ve., from an iitlnek of
heart disease. )r I'.ilteisoii-was for many
yens u member of Ihe Tiny confcienco,
(and for two yeais tilled the pulpit of the
MelhodM chinch In Castlelon). but for
several years had been one of lis siiperanu
nted members. Dr. I'atterson whs nlso a
graduate of the Catlelon .Medical College,
and was consldeied a skillful physician.
The newa of his Hidden death will cattso a
feeling of sorrow among the members of
the Troy conference nnd In those towns
vvheie be has been pastor. 1).
I'rom cvv York.
coitKf riox nBM.vNDr.ii.
Xr.vv Yoisk, Dec. 20
The IS ink of lliill-h North America,
the li ink ol Moiilieil nnd the Canadian
II ink of Coniineice having declined lo pay
stale lax, .ludgo llirret In.ilav icndeied de
cision that they, h ivlng nil the prolecllon
of the laws of the stale, me liable to taxa
tion, nnd dlicf Is the tax commissioneis to
DKNIVI. IIV TIIK VH.I.i; III' IIAVllK CAPTAIN.
English pipers of the llllh contains a
letter from Captain Surmont of the Vllle
du Ilavic, denying in toto the charges
ngaiusl himself and clew of cowardice nnd
iiegllirence at Ihe time of Ihe accident, and
making counter charges against the ofllccrs
of the Loch Run, which ve-sel Captain
Sui moot says, sailing as she was, close
hauled, might, with a single turn ol the
wheel, avoided collision. This might have
been done up the very moment of collision.
siionr ok co.vl..
The Lloyd's steamship Washington from
Stettin via Copenhagen and Antwerp, put
Into St. Johns, N. Ik, to-day, short of
coil. All well.
Another delegation of woikinginon wait
ed on Mayor llavcineyer, asking him to
sign certain oidlnances which have passed
the li mills of adherence for improvements
of the sticels and avenues m that they may
minx M r.N IlKOVVNKH.
A. H. r.dwatds, A. O.horne and A. Hal
sey, were diowned Monday while cod fish
ing off Montauk point.
hem vn'd roi: WOlik.
The committee appointed at the late
meeting at Cooper Institute wailed on r o:n
nilssionor Van Noil lo-d.iy and presented a
letter demanding woik oi pay for same for
lho.-o in cnforccil iilleness which was i
hioughl about by the government sane
tlnniug speculation in our circulating me
dium. They nl-o demanded woik should
be furnished direct lo them abrogating nil
contracts and demand a speedy answer In
writing. Tho cnininl-slnncr said he would
send I hem an nii-ncr.
ok.m.i -vr MOX'I ix.u..
A Monlieal di-pilch leports Genet there
ritSR AND .VINSON.
A lii e to.niglit destroyed the lively : sls
hle of lleibeit Mnxlow of 7dth Stleet and
Mndi-oii iivenue, involving a loss of 57,0011.
Palmer Sopher, a wealthy contractor, ii
under arrest cliaiged wllh liav ing employed
two boys pi lire the stable and aided them
in doing so.
Appropriations Cut Down.
W.vsuiNoiox, Dee. 20.
As theio is no ab-olnle necessity tor ihe
heavy appropiiatlons for the iniprovcment
nf liaibors and rivcis nnd forlilicalions
under the engineers' bureau of war, the tie.
partment estimates for such Improvements
amounting to 420.000,000 will probably be
l educed to ija.OOO.OOO.
nr.iifcnoN in ruin:-,.
Piiii.vdkii'III.v, Dec. 20,
Most of iho cotton and woolen factories
mo lu full operation at reduced wages.
The carpet manutactiiicrs, with very few
exceptions, nic all closed owing principal
ly to a reduction of two cents per yard on
wages. The inanufactiiicrs, as a general
thing say tho prices of cupels have been
reduced so much and tho sales so slow that
they are not vfry anxious lo resume oper
ations, even though weavers should agree
to woik nl the proposed lcductlon.
Lot isvn.i.i:, Ivy., Dec. 20.
lion. Shakespeaie Caldwell, foiineily
member of Congicss from this city, but
now of Now York, turned over to the poor
of Louisville, on Christmas day, a hand,
somo building for hospital purposes, which
hs has had elected ut a cost of 830,000, to
be called the Hospital ot St. -Mary and St.
Rll.abcth, and Is to be under tho charge of
llui Slsteis of Chailty, hut to be open for
the lcception of patients nf every denoml
nation. The gift is made in memory of
.Mr. Caldwell's wife, who was the only
daughter of Col. .lames D. Rreckenrldge,
of tills city. Tho building will nccommo
date several hundred patients.
' A Lost Crew.
I (Jckiikc, Dec. 20.
I Letters fiom thelniiith shoio leavo little
' doubt that the. crew of tho bark Thornbill
, weio lost lu trying to i each the lightship
nfter their vessel went ahoie. Ono man,
badly fio.cn, who remained on hoard, was
rescued by Iho people on shore, lie ie
ports that the captain and tbiee men left
thu vessel In a boat and have not been seen
Wii.MiNfciox, N. C Dec. 20.
A fearful storm visited this section last
night, blowing down a number ot small
houses, upi noting tires, A'c. The bark
Mario Nccdlu.ni dragged her anclmis nnd
went aslioio on tlio middle ground between
the main bar nnd rip. A steam tug which
I went to her assistance fulled In pull her
Paikkson, N. J., Dec 20.
The Orange hotel at Turners Station, N.
Y,, on tho Hue of the Rim railway, was
burned to-night, Tliero was no tiro np.
pnratus nvallable,nnd"'lt was Impossible to
check tho flames, whloh speedily enveloped
tho entho building, though not before largo
portions of movable property therein had
Ixtit.VN.vi'otls. Dec. 2(1.
The ftiuhtecis on Hie i'ill shore;. Chicln
n. ill ,V SI. Louis, Indianapolis & iticcntics
and JcHVisonvillf, Mnillsou & Indianapolis
railroads, struck nt boon In ilav. All
trains leaving Ihe sl.ii ling poln' bet ire 12 i
o'clock w ei e inn through on Ihe luillan
apolls Vhtci uncs l.illniid The icjulir
passenger trains went nut on schedule lime
nnd the night passengeis tiains on both !
. ... . . . . !
Hie riiisiiurg, t iiiidnnali A: Hi. l.otiis nnil
JelTersoiivllle, Madison mid Indianapolis
loads will go out ns usual in charge of I.n
glncers nol members of the llrotheibood of
Engineers. Theie lias been no dlstilihancc
ns yet and It U not Anticipated that tho
stllke will extend to olhrr loads. No Indus
have arrived on the Pittsburg, Cincinnati
& St. Louis railroad since noon.
Cinciunah, Dec. 20.
A shike of the enginecis anil firemen on
tho Pan Dandle road commenced here at
noon to-day. The strike Is against a re
duction of ten per cent In wages from the
llrst of the piesent month. Agents of the
I company say piev Ions notice of reduction
was given. Since noon two passenger
trains and nil freight trains were unable to
leave this eily. It Is reported that all
branches of the Pan llniidlennd Pennsyl
vania Central roids nrn nITeeled simultane
ously by this strike.
Coi.fMius, O., Dec. 20.
The strike of the enginecis and llrcmen
on the Pan Handle railroad and leased lines
west of Pittsburg to-day, resulted In a gen
eral stoppage of trains, nono leaving this
point since noon. An asOflnled ptcss re
porter interviewed a delegation of engin
eers to-night and was us-iircd they want Is
a icsloratlon of the wages paid previous lo
Dec. 1st. They also declare they will not
Interfeie with anyone who wishes to run
A Ir.ilii was run in from Dcnnlson to
night by John Simmons, a master nf trans,
portatlon. Just ns the engine pulled into
the depot heic, Simmons was stiuck on the
head with a stone thrown by some tin.
known person, but was not much Injured.
The engineer say lliey arc positive tills
was not done by any of their men. The
engineers further say lids slrlke Is made
only after two lespcctful protests against a
eduction that had been sent to head,
quarters without accomplishing anything.
The yard heic is full of freight and pas
senger trains, and much inconvenience to
the traveling public must lestilt unless the
mailer is speedily adjusted. D. W. ("aid
well, superintendent of tho lines vvet of
this point, states that on December 1st a
reduction of ten per ceut was made nn the
salaiies of all olllcers and attaches of these
lines, nnd that the engineers and lirenicn
are Ihe only parlies who have not acceded
to this arrangement. This reduction was
made by lenson of Ihe lluaneial condition
of the country and n desire lo keep their
men employed and pay them icguhily.
Hy the t'alde.
Havvxv, Dec. 20.
The Insurgents on the llllh Inst., enteied
the cultivated zone of Hie jniisdiction of
Puer to Princyse, destiojing cveryllilng
within their reach. They nu t with a re
pulse before Fort Diamnnt and in n subse
quent attack on a detachment of civil
guards, lost several killed. The latest re
poitsays they aio now in full lelicil, pur
sued I iy the Spanish troop.
London, Dec. 211.
Dispatches Iiom the Gold coast announce
the arrival of Highland Hoops at Cnpe
Coast. Morn Castle.
Paris, Dec. SS,
Fr.ni:leo Hugo, son of Victor Hugo,
to-day, agisl lo yc.iif.
Madihh, Dec. 2li.
Gen Maiioucs who cmbaiked nt San Se
bastcan vvitli 1.100 men landed to-day at
Pi:ti:i:iioi:o, Out., Dec. 20.
Rroiiton, alias Cox, was hanged lo-dny
for tho murder of Mrs. Payne and Ihe. boy
Doughty, in tlio township of Dunsniore, in
The Missing Correspondent.
Hvv.vN.v, Dec. 20.
Another steamer from Santiago de Cuba
ai lived to-day. She brings no intelligence
of Ralph Ivecler, thu missing concspond
ent of tliu Nlw York Tiliiune. It is Blip.
poed be was lost ovei board from the
steamer Cienfiigos nn her last Hip from
VtirK f'ruiliit'ti .Hurliei.
Xrw Youk, Doe. 20.
-Market nominal ut 1GC Mr mlddllnij
Uecelnts 21.112 bids. The market Is
quiet and generally without decided change,
nl f.i tM no for superllno western and
stnto ; f 0 4."o 11 sn for common to good extra
western nnd state ; r.!W 1.1,740 for good 10
choice do: do. f7 40 eibOO for common lo
choice whlto wheat extra western nnd slnte;
M KrtS 2.1 for common to good extra Ohio;
$r "Ofll oa for eomninn lo choice e.tn; St.
UjiiI.s. tlio market closing quiet.
Uvk I'locn. The market Is milcl attW.vg
Cons Mkvi,. The market for corn meat Is
scarce nnd ilrmernt 4 00.142.1 ror Western ;
4 ftK4 t',0 for llraiidvwlne.
WnisKKV. Tho market Is steady nt 9t',c.
Whbat. Iteeelpts 2iM.0uii bush. The inarktt
Is heavy nnd dull nnd iwje lower. Sales tnl,0U)
bushels nt $lMVl7 tor Invvn spring; ft re
Ifdfor No. 2 Milwaukee; ttA 101 for Ne. I
Uvk Tho market Is quiet. Sales of M".o
bushels of western nnd stnto nt 1 0J ; Jeisey nt
Hvui.KV. (Julet. Salesot 11,101 bush. ntfHr,
for West.-rn ; JI M for two-rowed slate; II
for Camilla West.
llir.i.r.v Malt. Tlio market steady at tl ss f. r
'"coi'iNY Uecelnts .'.O.OOO bushels. Iho market
15 without dei tiled change. Sales 71,ioobush.
uisiv,js.'c for nled western lu store nnd
uflo.it ; sJ'vCwSlc for new mixed yellow nud
, ..sli.t n nlld.ll.
OiTS-KccelptsSW.vi bushels. The market Is
heavy nnd lower. Sales of iis,i)on bush ni r,.v,
te for lulled WCotein ; r.7(s W for white western
II vv The market la steady nt loral 10 for
Sl I'ffisS'rhn market Is unlet nnd without nny
decided change. bI3 Is ipiolcdnt 2.ig40 ; 1472
ConEB-Markct Isllrm witli nn upward ten
si'UAii.-Maikct steady nt :.'i(37. lor (air to
good rennuig. . . , ,
Moi.assks. MaikctlSRteadyu'id uiiehanged,
with llnilledsnles. ...
Hick The maiket Isipilet; llagoon at 0',
l'Kiiioi.KUM. The market Is dull ; refined
ntia'.e, crude held nt6ic
Uoiis lTna 2Se to tliu for western mil
Cniind.i ; siOviaie for Stale and Pennsylvania ;
20(, '.M lor wesieni inin ii.
i'oi..-Tho market unlet nnd unchanged nt
ts t.ui.il Mi tor Autlirlclto per ton per cargo.
I.KATHBii. Market Is Hither mora active nnd
firm. Hemlock sole, llucnos AJ res, and Itlo
lirande, light, mlddlo and heavy welsh . ; 1 nt
Ti,. inks: Calltorn hv do.. 84 M Orinoco
lllV,-n.!;.S5 l? S,W.; 1. .,im , V - Ohio lleeco nt
6(kN ;" X X X nnd Pecklock liOntss ; Cullfornla
..i.... nl . a I I .In nl Ul
"I'f. ,t"!5rt.'." n' ,rv,.,i, mm nt no sift (or new
mess on sHit 1 oxtni prhiiol3 0i; piiiau moss
''lirbt, The market 13 steady at ts TfiSll M
........ , no for evira mess.
' "B illis: -"fno market is quiet at
' TpiRCi Beet. - Tho nuvrket l
maun for noiv nrlmo mossi IMtdc lor
'ct Mevts The market Is qui"!. Mlildlos
dull ii nil uiieliniufed i sliortrlenr 571,.
I.uiti Miirket Is llnnir. Prime slenm ipioted
IlLTTi'.u Market Is Btendy nt 2t,0a for west
ern ; r.0J3 for state.
ciiKksr Is linn ntoalivo for eomiann to
Tai Low MurlK't firm nt 7'iM"1,.
si vt VorK Ntont umi .Tlimi'' .llnrKef
New Vo:ik, l)e, Sii.
customs recolpts at tho Hold I.neb.injfn to-day
"mounted to rtSJ.or.o.
Tiensury illsbur.s.meiils to-day amounted to
Money eas.v nt n .f" per cent. Prime dlscounls
Loan certlficatoa outstanding J2,3so,i0 ster
ling. The former at tho closo S", for sktiy tin s,
S'.MO',- for sight.
The dry goods Imports tor Ihe week amounted
Oold ranged from lto;f to no!,, nnd closed nt
t'nrrylng rales MI nnd Hat for borrowing.
Clearings In the Oold llxolinnse nmotintod to
(lovenimenls strong In lato dealings nnd
closed nt tho best prices of the day.
Htntn bonds quiet nnd nominal.
Stocks dull nnd heavy In tho early part of the
day and declined H to .'.on the general list;
l'annina nnd Lackavvana were exceptions tho
former ndvnneed ;;e, tho Litter Iij. In tho nf
teruoon l'.iclllo Mall ndvnneed t'i and closed nt
Iho highest point for tho day. St. Paul pre
ferred ndvaiiced 4 ; other recoveries fli. The
market closed tlrni. Total sales for tlio day,
"4,1,00 shares, of which l(i,70O were Western
Union ; 13,seo Union Pnclilc ; 14, no l'aeliie Mu'llS
S.50O .St. Paul ; 4,ow Wabash ; r,,oeo Lake Shorn ;
3,0) N v. Central.
Tho folio, Tin; are tli2 closing nueutloiis
Wlicrn blanks occur there were no bldM
t'. H. cs 'si rcr lir, .Cleveland, Colum-
V. si. cs 'cj coupon. H'J bus A: 1'ln T:i
II. s. o-sos XI reg..ll2'; N.J. central.... lot
U. M.M0sV,2eoup.li:o, Uock Island of!)
U. S li-ivs 'lit coup. 114 Mil, x St. Paul.. .. in-,
I'. .1. H-H '65 old. 114", do. preferred. . C4
I', s mos 'fir. new. Ill', T. w. ,v.W viy,
V, H .V2os MT 1IJ1: do. preferred To
r.fc f-20s'is u:, I'oit Wayne ss
II. H r.s new 110', Alton and Term
tl.H. I0-4US reg....lloi4'i lUiiilo 15
II. s. liMiMcuupoii.lHVi, do. prerericil. .. as
Cinreiicy Us mvciilcaifu it Alton. 100
Delawaronndllud- I do. preferred. ..lea
son Canal 113 undo A .Mississippi. So
Mariposa DeL.Lnck. fi West. HUM
di pref Huston, Hartford
Cinu n CO 1 Hrlo 2
Cotisclld.ited Coal r c. C. & Indiana
cinntLrlnnd to Central iff",
Westcin Union C. II. X (J ai
leieftraph T2M,Ilannlbal 4 M. .lo
I'aclllc Midi 33
lloston VV" u t o r
Adams Lxpress.. . yi
Wells, l'ark'o a; Co. r.s
United Mates lit.
pi ess M
New York Ceiilrnl
ft ll.li. l: fii'
do prefeued iva '
do. prefened. IIG
Mleldffan Central.. 74
Union Paeine si
I. iko .shore & .Mich
Illinois Central... tta
Cleveland ft l'llts
(Union I'aclllc. .
ei'eiinesseu cs S0!(
do. Mr.... so
Virginia s so
do. now.... 40
Missouri Os VJ'
M. Joseph in
La. fis new
, do. 8',s
, Ha. lis 07
I do. 7's
North Carolina i'.s. 2.)
1 do. new.
south Carolina us.. 21
CIHeiiKo ft Norlli,
M'4 Ho. short Hi.",
A DMINISTRAToIt'S SALR.-VALU-IX.
AIII.i: WOOHLA.NI) In Walllncfordtobo
hold lit AUCTION.
Pursuant to license from the Probate court,
tho undersigned will sell jt Public Auction, nl
Warner's Hall, In Last Walllngfoid, on Wedne.s.
day, the 2lst d.iv of January, 1S71, all o'clock
p. in., the following real estate, the property of
ilie late lllrsm Itlder, deceased, eonslstln of
two woodlots la the town of Wnlllngford, ux
1. The norlli half of lot 1ST, In tlio XI range
nnd 3.1 dlMMnu. See deed In Town Clerk's
otneo In book 1,', page 410.
2. '1 lie noi Hi half of lot Cs In Ihe :id dlvUlon.
See deed 1 i book 12. page HO.
I'm furtherparllciujrsiipnly to l'rout, Simons
nnd Wnlker.nltorne.vs, Iiullaud, Vt.
dl7dlawftw3t Zi:ii.vll llll)i;il, Adm'r.
"VTOT1CR. The annual meeting of tho
W Stockholders of the Uvergreen slate Com
p.my will bo held nl their otllce, In Castleton,
en Tuesday, Januiirr Ctli, ls;i, at one o'clock
p. m. CH. CI.A1IK.
dec2fdtd Secretary and Treasurer
F A I L
'III LOOK IN
GKORGE II. PALMRR'S STORR,
J) A r
He has lots of
N I C R (i O () D S
and Is telling them
Itutland, Ik'i. 24, 173.
S. W. SMYTH,
PHYSICIAN A. SUHUUON,
and 1nmlle.1l specialist lu nil diseases of the
HV!-:, UAH ANH lll'.SPIHATOHY HliOANS.
ltiom HaMer Nntlonal Hnnk
ftm.... tinnsd 111 n 1,1. 01 4 r. 111.. nil 1 Oto
1. Sundays,' 1.30 to 2.10 p. m. deceit
Tlio annual meellng of tho Stockholdors of
tho llaxter Nntlonal Hank ot IPitlaiid, V ermont,
will bo held at tho Hanking House ol said bank,
on Tuesday, January in, l74, it 12 o'clock, ni,
for tlm punioso ot electing n board of Directors
for tho Sear ensuing, and Inspectors of the next
elecllon. U. Hon i'M, Cashier.
IIUTLASP, Hoc. 12, 1S7J. ilecliwtd
"T?IRST NATIONAL RANK of PAIR.
Kaiuuavkn, VI.. 11CC. 11, 1'7J.
The annual meeting ot the stockholdeis of
lids Hank, for Ihe elecllon ot Directors, will be
held nt their Hanking House on Tuesday, the
Ulli ilny of January next, nt ono o'clock 11.111 H
decl2dlm.vv8t K. II. Plli:LPS,Cnsiler.
TMSSOLVTION. Notice is hcieby given
1J Unit tho partnership heretofore rMsiIng
inWer the linn iinnio ot sliattuck ,V Kent Is this
il.iy dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. lllrnni
Slilittuck assuming nil llamillles ol : 1 10 I nil,
nnd to whom nil accounts due the t rnj m 1st bo
vM, MH. A(M ,SIA1 UHK,
HrUtOl, Vt., 11C0. 15, 1673." ' ' !0CS2
rno DRY-GOODSMRN. UROCRRY
X MllN, hutciiuhs C.-Wo otrer the larg
est lino of wrapping Papers. Paper lings, I lour
Kicks nnd Tnliies to bo found In tho State.
Hest quality manllin. best quality bogusmnn.
Ilia. Ilest quality Mruvv paper, nil sizes nnd
weights. Hest quality paper bags nnd noiir
sacks warranted full slio nnd full weights. No
scrimping. Wo handle theso goods In largo
uanniiiiu), nuu our nutt-a iut a ,u"
... .... a m,ul. D.nrt (IV At,
OtOBE PAVEIt CO.
(JURIS T M a"k
I S C O M I N (1
F R A N O I 9 F R N N i CO.,
llavo Just reluriied from lloston nnd New York
with thu largest stock of
unit J a y a o o i) h
Kver before shown In this place, to which they
l&rltc your attention.
I Shall be glad to sco nil tho good llttlo boys
and girls, for tho next throo weeks nt
NO. 13 URh'TRR ST R RET.
If you can't come, send In your orders, and
they trill recclio prompt ntlentloii.
SANTA ( LARS
Itllioparlywholiadldsldeas so wnked up
tewweeKShliice.byvlowliica inliiatuie v.aii .
wheel In n show window on Meieiiuu V lto.
will extend his t ravels lo Center street, wo win
limko lilm think ot tho tlmo when lie lived ,d
liomn w ith Ids mother, nnd (It Ids luemorv Is
Ifoodiwlwn ho bad tot tired ot Hue; in'ti,
crni le and had kicked tlio blanket nix: m. i
ngnln, of the time whon Ids mother calli d hiu,
up to her, w lien.pei imps he bad not bwn omi,
soifood n Ihij, nnd tola him about tho l!fi.r
ehmliiv out ot thi' woods nnd cntlng up nil i,.,
naughty boys nnd (flrls. and Hint In must I.
good nnd mind Ids mother. Ami win n be ,
looking nl our Hear, idler he has Just i uten i.n
foity-tlilid boy, now that lie has i an" lo vi jr
ol maturity, he v.lll walk Into .so. i.i Ceni.
M reel and purchase u largo stock ;of pi- 'sen.
ror lliv Utile folks, nnd go on his win ici-in, .
well paid lor Ids visit to
v ri:NN h co
CHRISTMAS IS COMIM,.
And everybody should unit nt
II I (1 G I N 'j
II MKIK'HA.NIS' laiVY.
And cininlui' his exlenslve stork if t or
and New icui'.s pri-i.'oils, eomprsiti
IlltKSINfl t AS!.
fll.OVK .V IIANIIKLKCIIIKU HOXI'.s,
A magnlilc'iit sloel. ji
itrssiA LEATiiHit wali.i:tn
a great varlei) .
l'HIH'U.MKIIY, r.TC, Ml.,
ALL CHIIAP l'OIl CA"II.
41 M R R C II A N T S ' II I) W .
ftUUiucvy and anry (Dooils,
T R .M P L R O P r A Si II I O N
To every jiei-son
log two dollars' wol th ot
WK OIVK A
IIANDSOMR LARGR RNCiRAVING
In uddltlon to recclvlnggoods tl.nt nro sold ut
70 cents 011 tie dollar.
We will not Iio undersold, nad tln-i-H
goods tt astonishing prices.
LOOK AND r.XAMI.NR.
Heautlful trimmed hats Iroia ll."u up-..ards.
Hnndsomo black Ostilch up, ut iu ; Ion,
plumes, a great variety.
Handsoiiiu sprays ot (lowers. Jot nod sbei
Whlto fur Coney Caps down to c ,
llnnd-made Leggings fur Ladles at toe.
Ladles' .Merino Vests nl s;.. .
EXAM IN L '
Woolen Shawls nt Sic,
Long double NuM.isnt ssceiit
Woolen Sacks nl Mio.
Woolen Hosiery lei Indies nnd lUlldivn
Alexandir Kids In nil shades nl il i,a
flannel sacks and 1 U nippi r-.
J R W Kbit i
In ttbundirue. Handsonie sets at sr'. Lndlt".
chased o ild lllngit at L'si and to .
I.ADIUS' DltLSN CAP.s,
CllllSKlS AND 1IIHIIONS,
Tll, KTC, inc., KTC
hah: switchks axii cnti.s.
DOU1II.K AND SINHLU MK1I1SO CLOAK'S.
A beautiful lino of Ilolldav Ooodi Just opeued
selling ut 75c, so.-, s.so and w, consisting of
cAiiD m:cr:ivi:i s
iiLiivr. iioxus, pans, L.vcr. slts,
and lolsot beautllul goods, well worth evumlii
Ing, and sclllnjilowu ut lotlom pilcjs, u sides
recelvTiignlinndsoineciisruvliggi ults, by pur
chasing 2.oo worth ot goods at
ASIlMVyS TRUrhH Of FASIUO.
CENTER ST It EET
llrsnoh nt Vstrhtvon, Vt., next to Post-omn