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HUTLAND, VTM TUESDAY MOllNING, AUGUST J, 187(5.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
VOL. 1V-NO. 1008.
USE THE RUTLAND NAILS, tlicy
aro tho bes . Nails Milled or not milled,
as custom rs prefer. inay4doodwwly
MAHULE SAWS AND SCKAP IKON
taken at tho "
may4dcodwly RUTLAND NAIL WORKS.
E. A. POND, M. I)..
(Oraduatoof tho Medical department of Har
vard University.) Member of tho Society for
tho advancement of science, etc. ortlco in
linker's block, up stairs, No. 0 Center street,
on iCE Hocus: 8 to t, and 11 to iyf noon,
i to 3, and 7 to S r. m.
N. it. All messages afttr 9 o'clock p. m. must
bo sent to re slaence, 114 Main street, rniCdtf
1'LAIN AND ORNAMENTAL SLATK ROOFER,
and wholesale dealer In
All Kindt and Colors of Hoofing Slate.
Orders solicited and promptly executed.
tn2U 'in Address WHITEHALL, N. Y.
PROPRIETOR RUTLAND CIOAR STORE,
.Vo. 8 Union Street. Opposite Gas Works.
Eighteen brands of Cigars : llonry Clay, Flor
do Morales. Flor do Fuma, lieina, Victoria,
Treii'iiu, lntlmdad, Tuba Host. La Rosa con.
elm, l'lorde Alma, Kspanola, Big Klgro, Small
FUro, Crown Jewels, I'.utagos, Emancipation,
1'utnain BHUllons, Jockor Club, Vlller do Vll.
ler, all it which aro madoby band. 1 have had
thirty three years' cxperleuco In working the
best brands of tobacco, (two yoars with Messrs.
Abraham llros., of Rutland). The best mato
rial will no used. Wholcsalo and retail.
RUTLAND BOILER SHOP,
HNER STRONG'S AVBM7B AND MADISON BTBKXT,
OF ALL KINDS
MADE TO ORDER
E P A I R E D
QUARRY BOXES, TANKS, SMOKE STACKS,
AND SHEET IRON WORK.
stjsaii a.VB water rirrxo,
WROUGHT IRON FENCES
Of all descriptions, tic, &e., ite., itc.
J. W. & J. H. HOLMES,
LINCOLN IRON WORKS.
.MarbloMlll and Hoisting Machinery of the
mon Improved constriction. Derricks and
mplng machinery, castings and general ma
Meel and Iron Wlro Rope at Manufacturer's
Rutland. vt.. May l, 1813. m&yiatl
wttte and Sitting goorais.
iiiisju-t been newly painted from top to bot
tom, remodeled and refurnished, and now has
accommodations unsurpassed by any hotel In
Tho houso Is located opposite the depot, and
has long been favorably known by tho travel
will bo supplied with tho best tho market
iillords, and with all the luxuurles of the sea
son, Tho proprietor Is dotermlnod that tho Bard
well shall bo the best kept houso In tho state,
and hopo3 to greet all his old f rlcnils, as well as
many now one3, promlslngevery attention that
will add to their comfort and mako them feel
J. IV. (JIlA.TTrON, Proprietor.
Rutland, J uly !1, 1375. dtw
ON TOE EUROPEAN PLAIT.
Cor jier Irving Place and lflA Street AVw York. On
Elockrom Union Squareand Broadway.
The most central, and yet quietest location
In tho city. Convenient to tno great Btoros.
thoitrcs and churches. Elevator and all
mo lorn Improvements. Easy access to all
pirta of tho city by street cars and stages,
C. B. FERRIN, Fropt
u u -r x it i: hunt,
10,000 Words and McanlDgs not In other Dic
tionaries. 3,000 Engravings; 1340 rages Quarto,
ebster now la glorious It leaves nothing to
bo desired Pres. Raymond, Vassar Col
Every scholar knows tho valuo of the work.
W. 11, rrescott, tho Historian.
B 011070 It to bo tho most perfect dictionary ol
the language. Dr. J. G. Holland.
Superior In most respocta to any other known
to mo. George 1'. Marsh,
he standard authority for printing in this
xcels all others In giving and denning scion-
tllio terms. irre3iaem uitcncocK,
Romarkablo compendium of human knowledge
IW. S. Clark, l'res.'t Ag. College.
A NEW FEATUKE.
To tho 3000 Illustrations heretofore In Wob
ster's Unabridged, wo have recently added
four pages of
ongravod oxpressly for tho work, at largo si
National Pictorial Dictionary.
1M0 rages Octavo. MO Engravings, rrlco
a o to i .
Tho sales of Webster's Dictionaries through
out tho country In 1673 wero 80 times as largo as
thi sales of any other Dictionaries. In proof ol
this wh will send to any person, on application,
tho atatomonts of more than loo BookBellora,
from ovorysoctton of tho country.
I'ubllshed by (J. 4 0. MKRRIAM, Springfield
At W. O. LANDON'3.
W. 0. LAN DON,
BLANK BOOKS MADE TO ORDER,
To any special pattern, with and without print
u ' DAY BOOKS,
BAXTER NATIONAL BANK,
n. TIlNRT BAXTIK,
II. F, LOTOROr,
J. N. UAXTIR,
T. W. l'AKX,
Geo. B. kotoi,
OKOP.au It. Bomm,
J. W. CXIXTOV,
N. T. grmiooi, Jm.
W. 0. DtJNTOK,
W. O. Lahsox,
Mad and remitted for at Lowest Rates.
ihtxrest allowed on tims mrosni.
A general Banking and Exchange bustntn
II. HENRY JJlXTBB, ITCSt. J. N. BAXTER, V. PTOSt,
Oioboi R. Bottuv, caihler.
Q. E T THE
VS Jt JtOJfl.
PAYS FOR THE
GLOBE PAPER COf,
Or, leave your money with the Post Hasto
or any of ouragentb.
Affonts lor tho Globe
n. F. Morgan, Wolllngford.
Herbert Smith, Factory rolnt,
H. S. Hard, Arllngtsn.
Geo. Smith, p. M., Bouth WAlllngford)
C. C. Plerco, East Clarondon.
C. o. Dyer, C. C. Slason, Brandop
l)ennBon Brothers, I'ltUfordl
Rufu Holt, Plttsfleld.
R. W. Hyde, Hydovllle.
T. K, Ilorton, Clarendon.
V. P. Peabody, Plttstord.
Wm. 8. Aldn, Mlddlebury.
II. E. Spencer. Sutherland Falls,
F. U. Carpenter. Fatrhaven.
Rice a Co., Castloton.
c. J. GUraoro, West Rutland.
L, Johnson, west I'awleL.
D. LofUngwell, Mlddletowa.
James Rice, Pawlet.
n. v. Parmenter, MechanlciTlllei
D. Horton, Mount Holly.
W. W. Hlbbard, Poultney.
P. Uolton, Danby i Corner!.
William Pierce, Danbyl
B. A. Carter, Benson.
R. W. Goodrich, Wells.
P. II. Robblns, Choster.
A, S. Mahon, East WalllngtoriU
Sherman Brothers, Ludlow.
J. D. Pordy, Mancheitor.
J. K. Johnson, Hubbarton.
Reuben Whltcomb, stockbrldee.
W. F. Morse, P. M., Shrewibory.
S. Balls, Forestdale,
R. U. Button, P. M Cavondlsh.
J. c. Sponcei.Postmvster, East Clarendon
C. A. Rann, Bast Poultney.
M. A. Pond, P. M., Whiting, Vt.
Hiram Shattuck Bristol Vt.
C. F. Mcacham. SDrinetleld.
i. C. Nichols. P. M.. Shoreham
G. w. Ross. P. M. Plttstord Quarry.
K. C. Robinson. P. M.. Perklnsvllle.
J. C. Williams, Danby Four corner.
M G Brown, Chittenden.
J. W. Marsh, East Dorset.
A. A Mnlth, Weston.
J. R. Spafford. P M. Lndlow,
L. w. Ilolden. South Londonderry.
K. E. Smith, Jamaica.
8. L. Sprague. Weybrldge.
W. C. LANDON,
(SUCCESSOR TO LANDON HUNTOONJ
Wholesale and retail dealer In
FLOUR, GRAIN, SEEDS,
Hardware, Lime, Cement,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, IRON,
STEEL, NAILS, &C
LEATHER k RUBBER BELTING
Comer of Freight and Evelyn streets.
LAKE HURON AND OHIO,
For Bale by W. 0. LANDON. di
For sale by
W. O. LANDON.
JOHN W. MASURT & SON'S
Ready-Made Railroad Colors,
For House PalRtlng.
diw w. 0. LANDON
At W, V. I..1NUOIV9. dtw
gPRINQ SALE I
IVcw Goods !
MOnOAWB B1IOK HTORS,
tojUo sold for cash at
If you wish anything in the noe line, aou-t
fail to cui ana oxamir.e ms goooe-
on now and superior lasts at loweei llrlsg
maysauawtwiy la center street,
ALL THE FRUITS OP THE SUA.
JARGE LINE OF
NEW SPRING STYLES.
Call and examine my stock beforo pur
chasing. J. W. STEARNS.
MERCHANTS EXCHANGE RLOCK,
Merchants' How, RUTLAND, VT.
X. . by VioleMo-Duc : fully Illustrated.
The Saturday Revieu observes : "Vlolet-Ic-Duc
ts master of tho mbject, and Imparts lils
learning in a thoroughly fascinating manner."
Jife of George Ticknor; new edition.
"Far the best and most popular work of Its
kind ever published In this country."
Siffhts and Insights I'atlenco btronp's
T,tory of over tho Way ; byJlrs. A. D. T.
Whitney i 2 volumes.
CJeptimius Felton; or tho Elixirof Life,
kj Volumo 18 In the popular "Little Classic"
edition of nawthornc's works.
Any of tho abovo can bo had at tho
Spaulding & Co
o NO. lo
MERCHANTS' ROW, Cor. West Street.
JUTLAND MONUMENTAL WORKS.
GEO, r. white. Proprietor.
Manufacturer, wholcsalo and retail dealer In
and all kinds of
wrought from the choicest grades of Vermont
and Italian marblo, Vermont, Maine, New
Hampshire, Rhode IslAd, Massachusetts and
Scotch Granite. I have for sale over
300 Monuments and Tablets
completed and erected In my yd and ware
rooms, finished expressly for my retail trade.
It Is the largest and most complete stock to be
fouad anywhere In New England.
Being desirous of reducing stock prepara
tory to repairing and enlarging my works, 1
propose to sell a part or tho wholo of my entire
stock, for tho
NEXT SIXTY DAYS, AT WHOLESALE PRICES
and commote and erect tho same in tho follow.
Jng spring, which Is tho most favorable season
lo eruci, woric.
Parties wishing to purchase first class ceme
tery work will find It for their Interest to visit
us at an early day, and avail themselves of this
We will cheerfully Bhow you the work, and at
prices that defy competition.
Parties selecting (heir work from Bkctches
anddeslgnB are often disappointed when the
work Is erected, It doos not meet thslr expecta
tions. To obvlato any posalbtllty of being misled or
deceived, I Invito you to como and select trom
mv immense stock all comploto roryour Inspec
tion, BOOTCn GRANITE, BTATUARY AND RUSTIC
MONUMENTAL WORK, A SPECIALTY.
Stone cutters' supplies In small or large quan
tities, at low prices for cash.
All goods guaranteed as represented.
All orders by mall or otherwise, will receive
Address GEO, V. WHITE,
6 and 89 West St., Rutland, Vt.
T7ERMONT LIFE INSURANCE COM.
panv, or uuuidNUTUH, vjsiinun i.
This prudently managed Homo Company, la
a favorl'.s with business Men of Vermont.
RuisMBTaft, President! W. I, Gilbert, Vlco
President; Warron Glbbs, Secretary,
mVERY DAY BRINGS SOMETHING
JIUIU'JJV AM) LISCOJ1H,
Succcsiors to Wra, Tllllnghast,
SPERM, WHALE, ELEPHANT AND LARD
MACHINERY AND SIGNAL OILS,
AROAND OIL, 130 FIRE TEST,
Spermaceti and Sperm Caudles,
OFFICE No. 13 HUDSON Am,'
KI.ISAIt w, Mt)itriiY,
0KI.At.D0 I MSCOMD
AEHAISV, rv. v,
ALEXANDER GREER'S SONS,
Manufacturers of and Jobbers In
TOBACCO, SXUFF AND CIGARS,
No. 822 I1ROADWAV
Albany, IV. .
BACON, STICKNEYS & CO.,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
CREAM TARTAR, MUSTARD, Ac.
87 & 89 Dean A l Exchange Street,
ALBANY, N. Y.
gTATE NORMAL SCHOOL,
Waller E. Howard, Principal. Fall Term com
mences August 81 ; spring term Febraary 8.
Thirty flvo freo scholarships. Address tho
jgUHR & BURTON SEMINARY,
Tho Fall Term bcclns
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3D, lb7.
Thero aro throo courses of study with largo
classes In tho Classics and also In English. The
best advantages for music offered by any
school In the state. Mualo courso twenty-six
lessons. Pianos all now. sixty dollars a year
aid to young mon llttlng for t ho ministry. For
cataloguo send to the Principal.
H. n. DHAW.
Manchester, Vt .. Teb. 1 8-6. JyUdtf wow
1ROY CONFERENCE ACADEMY,
First clas commercial courso. Good alvant.
nffci In music and painting. Thorough In
eollego preparatory studies. A fine school for
both girls anl boys. E ill term begins August
30th, H70 For caialegucs or information, ad
dress the Principal.
REV. MARTIN E. CADY.
Julyl2dsw3m Poultney, Vt.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. RAN
DOLPH, Vermont. All EL E. LEAVEN
WORTH, A. M., Principal, assisted by four ca
pable and experienced graduates from tho Nor
mal Schools of Vermont, Massachusetts and
New York. Model School and Preparatory do
rartment added. Capacity of building doubled.
Fall Term opens fourth Tuesday In August.
Spring Term, second Tuesday In February,
YER'S HAIR 'VIGOR,
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR
TO ITS NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR.
sickness, care, dis
sition, all turn tho
halrgray, and either
of them Incline it to
Atkr's Haiii Vig
or, by long and ex
tensive use, has
proven that It stops tho falling of tho hair Im
mediately j often renews tho growth, and al
ways surely restores Its color, when faded or
gray. It stimulates tho nutrltlto organs to
healthy activity, and preserves both tho hair
and its beauty. Thus brashy, weak or sk-kly
hair becomes glossy, pllablo and strengthened ;
lost hair regrowswltU lit cly expression j falling
hair Is checked and established; thin hair
thickens and faded, or gray hair resume their
original color. Its operation Is sure and harm
less. It cure3 dasdrurf, heals all humors, and
keeps tho scalp cool, clean and soft under
which conditions, diseases of tho scalp aro Im
possible. As a dressing for ladles' hair, tho Vioor Is
praised for Its grateful and agreoablo perfume,
and valued for tho soft lustro and richness of
tono It Imparts.
DR. J. 0. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists. '
Sold by all Druggists and dealers In medicine.
OATAItllll (IE 33 YEAIIS STAND
lAti , OUKEI,
U'ltli Dropl'lnga In Throat Al
to Clinltlnir, Headache, Paiimi
Mioiildom, Hack aim Kidneys
and Entlro llrcnulns; Down
of the Syttcm by
Constitutional Catarrh Remedy,
1 reside at Manchester, N. II., and previously
resided at llenulker, una am a native of Weare,
this stato. 1 have had Catarrh twenty-nve
years, ever Unco I was nineteen years old i had
It all the time. It run all that period, and
nights It would nil up and drop down In my
throat, causing a feeling of choking, so that I
would spring up In bed to savo myself from
Rtraugulatlon, It atlectcd my head so that I
foit confused, and was troubled with severe
headaches at Intervals, tor a weok at a tlmo. J
also had palnH In shoulders, back and kidneys,
trom which I sintered Immensoly. So bad were
thoy, that a year ago last summer I was obliged
to lie In bed most of thu time for three inoi.llis.
I have tried all kinds of snurf and Catarrh
remedies with no particular bonont, and con
sulted physicians. I began to tako tho Consti
tutional Catakiiu Rkuiidt last August. I
bogan to grow better betoro nnlshlng tho nrst
bottle. 1 am uow on tho third bottle. My ca
tarrh Is cured ; my health Is restored, I have
no pains, aches or cough. My whole system Is
made over now. I think It Is this mn-ilclno that
has rescued me from intense uttering and
almost the grave. 1 am now abio to do the
hardest work and bear tho greatest exposure,
and feel that 1 cannot nay too much In favor oi
the Constitutional Catakkii Hkukuv.
MHS. E. J, FLANDEltB.
Manchester, N. II., Feb. 1811,
PRICE l PER I10TTI.E. Sold by all Drug
gists, bold la Rutland by Francis Fenn-octs-lly
-J7JVKRYTIIING NEW. FRESH,
CLEAN AND GOOD TO EAT,
mHE RUTLAND DAILY AND
JL WE K ELY GLOBE, contains all tho latest
news, Including the telegrams of the associated
press, local correspondence, state nows. c.
No expense spared In the editorial department,
Advertising rates low. osneclallv for short ad.
vortlsements. The papers are larger and con-
tain more reaiuug matter uian any omor iu ui
Watrurss ami $cuiltit.
MARSHALL & CADY
havo their usual largo stock of
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
SILVEE AND PLATED WA11E,
and wocan sell It
VERY OAEAP FOR CASH,
twcall and see us.
NO. 1 MERCHANTS' r.OW.
(gwcrlcs ami 'gravislouu.
J. & T. CAD EN
To every ono who will call upon them, that
THEY DO SELL
AND V ILL
CONTINUE TO SELL
The finest stock of
DRY GOODS, CHOCKEHY, AND GLASSWARE,
BOOTS, SHOES, AND RUBBERS,
Or anything nccessaiy lo human subsistence
at tin very LOWEST PKICISS essential to tho
CALL UPON THEM
And Satisfy ns to tho
QUALITY AND SATISFACTION
Guaranteed, and all will bo convinced that tills
advertisement lsltrue. Thoyktep tho bett as
In Town. CA11BAGEH, (New) ONIONS, NEW
FRESH EVF.ItY WEEK.
Can bo more promptly sccuted through tho
Patent Attorney and Solicitor. Noith lleniilng
ton, Vermont, tbnu through any oihei agony
lntnostal". (-peclal atleutlon giien to relet
ed applications, and In uppllc iiii.i s Involv.dln
lnteiference. Trade n urus cm label" real
tered, copj light sccuieo, etc. Circulars wliu
full advlci-s to lnvriilcr m-illcd frr-e,
Nopulroniit inli.i' ll' biMiilHs"d topros"
cule any matter Li-'oin tin- 1'i.Icni ortlce, un
lesi well assuitd r.l un 'ma.' e success.
ma sad ini
Strikes at the root of disease by purlfjlngtho
blood, retorlDg tlio liver nua kidneys to
healthy action, Invigorating tho nenous sys
Is not a vile, nauseous compound, which sim
ply purees the bowels, but u safe, pleasant
remedy which Is surutu poury tho blood and
thorehy restore tho health.
Is prescribed In c.vcs of scrofula nnd oilier ills
eases of the blood, by muy of the best phy
sicians, owing to its great success In curing ull
diseased of this naturo
Does not decclvo Invalids Into fal'O hopfs by
purging and creating n lloiinous npivine, but
Hsalsis nature in cleurlin' und purllylng the
whole s si cm, leading the path tit. giauually
to perfect headh,
Waa looked upon as an otperlinf-nt fur somo
time by some of our best phtlctaiis, but thoso
most Incredulous In ipgaul to Its merit uro now
Its moat ardent frlendinnd aupporurs.
Insfad of being a puffed-up medicine has work
Its way up to in pretent asionlstib g success
by actual merit lu curltig all diseases of tho
blood, of whatever nature.
Says a Boston plijtlclan, "has no equal as a
blood purlhcr. Hearing of Its many v underfill
cures, after all other remedies had failed, I
visited tho laboratory and convinced mj self of
Its genuine merit. It is prepared irom barks,
roots and herbs, each of which Is highly ello! l
Ive, and they aro compounded lu men a man
ner es to produco astonishing results."
Is acknowledged and reeomir. ended by physl
clans and apotbecailes to bo tho best purldcr
and cleanser of tho blood tt dlsct,ered, and
thousands speak In ltspralsowho havo been
restored lo health,
WHAT IS NEEDED
liosro.N-, Feb, 13, isri.
Mr, II. It. Stkvens:
Dear blr About ono year slnco I found my.
self In a fecblo condition from general debility.
VEUETINKwas strongly lecommen ied to me
by a friend who had been muchbenclltcd by lis
Ube. I procured tho article and ulier using
several bottler, was restored to Health Hnd dis
continued lt ute. I feel confident that there Is
no medlclno superior to It lor tnosn complaints
for which It Is especially prepared, mid would
cheerfully recommend It to thoso who feel that
they need something to restore them to per
U. L. PETTING ILL.
Firm of 8, 51, Pcttlnglll t Co.lObtato street,
Cincinnati, Nov, 20, isis.
Mb. II. R. BTRVicNfl :
Dear blr Two bottles of VEGETINE fur
nished me by jour agent, my wife has used
with great bt-nellt.
For a long time shn has been troubled with
dizziness and cosilvenesaj iheso trouulos aro
now entirely removed by the uso of VEGE
TINE. Bho was troubled with dyspepsia and general
debility : and has been greatly btnetiled.
THOS. GlLMOllbV 2.'!lJ4 Walnut street.
FEEL MYSELF A JS'EW JU.V
Natick, Mass., Juno 1st, 1612.
Mr. II. R.Stivkns:
Dear blr Through tho advlco and earnest
persuasion of liev. j:. K. Rest, of lhi pluco. I
hava been taking VlXlliVlNi: for Dynpepsla,
of which I havo suffered for years.
I have used only two bottles and already
feel myself a new man.
Dr, J, W, CARTER,
Eeport from a PracticaUCliemisfand
IIObTON, Jah I, IBM.
Dear sir t This Is to certify that 1 luuo sold
at. rotall I6IK doen (165J bottles) of your VEG
ETINE slneo April w, 1670, and can tiuly say
that Ithas given tho best satlstlsfaetlon of any
remedyfor tho complilnts for which Itlire
commendfd, that I ever Bild. hearcely a day
passes without somo of my customers testify
ing lolls merit on themselves or their friends.
I am perfoctly cognizmt of oversl ojsei tf
Scro'ulous Tumors being cuicd by EOKl'lNE
alone In Ibis Mclnlty.
Veiy respert fully youif,
AI (ilLMAN, S1 llioadway.
To H. R. blKVUNS, Jisij. )7ita
Vgttint it Bold by all DrvggitU.
She uttaml (Glok
BLUFORD WILSON'S TESTIUONY COiL
Tho Circular Lottor.
About Junuaiy 29 tbo nltornoy-gcncral
callcil for mo null I weut over j ho said ho
wanted to talk with mo nbout llio Baheock
cate ami llio sltuallou of nllalrs at St. L'iu
li, Chlcngo and Milwaukee i 1 mUi "Cei
tiltilji" he fniil "What ia it about that ninn
Uvurefll?' I till llio nttiirnpy-(fcr,crnl lu
substnuco whnt I bad iilrcaily n purted to
the prcbldcnt; be said lo lio that lie bad
been a ixcod deal tumbled by ft frq'icst
which tb'u iiresldont bid undo of blin with
reference to writing n circdar letter to 1 he
Unikd Stntes district mtorneys cauliotiing
tbem ngaiust taking the testlmnuy of ae
compllcca ; be Bald bu bad told tho prcpl
dent that be bhw no other way to get to the
bottom except by usortlui? to tno tuo of
the testimony of r.ccompllccs, and that nf
tcr two or three Interviews wilh the presi
dent, Hie president being very earnest about
it, had written a latter which bo wauled to
read lo mo ; lie senl bla clerk to liting it,
nml then, for the first time, ho ro.id to me
bid circular letter to tbo district attorneys ;
bo paid : "You note. Wilson, that I do not
ro so iar as tbo president wunted tuo to; I
took a draft ot that letter over to lbs pres.
ident, ncd read it to lum, and ho wru not
satisfied v lib it, and warded me to say in
ppecific terms that tbo testimony of no man
who entered a plea of guilty should be used
in any prosecution, but that the parties
should bo given to understand Hint tbty
Blumld bo brought to punishment I said
in rtply to tbo attoniey-genersl, that the
letter bad been written, that it would bo
sure een iu lis present condition to bo mie
understood, nnd I told him that in my judg
ment It was equivalent to saving to those
who pleaded guilty, "You must not do it ;
if you do, you simply render certain your
own condemnation, nnd you have notcing
whatever to expect tber-'fiom;" the attorney-general
said be hoped the letter would
not be eo understood, nnd ho said "You
note tint it is not Intended fur publication;"
I paid if tlic district attorneys did not mis
understand It, If it did not create nu iin
prcEsinn, nnd If it did not gel out, I did not
think it would hurt any thing ; that was on
the liOth ; Febtuaty 2 or il I read the 'bi
cajjo limes ot February 1, and saw that it
contained tho ciictliar letter of the attorney-general
in substanco, with un introduc
tion, in wb'cli It waa tlaltd as 1 now recollect-that
the president ol tbo United
States waodlsf alb iied with the policy which
hnd been adopted, and that this letter in
dicated n ch-miie with reference thereto ; I
look the paper at onco and went over to
tlen. Uribtow, and lead it to him : I 6nld to
liim that in my judgment u profound crWs
badanived in the prosecutions of the thieves
that co'iwiibPtmidlug the nssuranco ot the
pnsident'B siiislactiou with what had been
decided upon in our interview of January
27, it was clearly evident that be meant to
lirim; about a conflict and change of policy;
1 told the srcielary that be must take im
mediate steps to have an understanding
itb tbo attorney-general and the president;
lie ngned with mo; as to the steps that he
look, lie hlmsilt and the nttorney-gcncral
anil llio records must thow.
NOT A VEKV S.'.HSfACTOItY VINDICATION.
Mr. Wilson, in lefponte to questions by
Mr. t'licbiaue, raid tlu ro bad been dlfter
encjs between Hie president, secretary and
liiuitelt in relr.ion to California matter;;
t tit i o cru icporis from agents tent thither
Hint some oi tho officials weru intflleieiit,
and then- faois worn mule known to the
prt-Hd'itit by Comiiiis-ion-r Pratt, "iarjan
and Wiln.i. ; afier tliia-ihero was no tur
thi'i open riipiiuo m.ri renewal of the war
on Ydrjfiii nnd himself.
Ily Jlr. CoohiJii-' It I uiirl.rst.il. 1 Jilt,
it has nut until ill' j ..y r.( ,iii'.ul lUi oek
iha' fiMiiiily h-Ih.i-, Mtwwn tbo prtfi
dent, McreiHry lln .v 'm l y.i.iru-if were
.Mr. Wilmui I resigned Juno 20, baiii-g
ncceiiltd ndvnntsgeous oilers lor prol'eee
lonal employment in my own stnte ; my
resignation was to nlievo tho preMdont
Iroui any furlbtr embarrastftneut iu his nd
iiiiui'tratiou , liristow resigned June 21 ; 1
tuio frankly we had decided early ia Juue
or laic in .May to resign just as soon as we
could do so without having our motives
questioned; it was thoucbt best both by
Uiu president nnd secretary that tho resig
nation should not take placo till after the
Ciucinnatl convention; I never received a
icply to my letter of resignation from the
president ; I do not know that It has been
accepted, except in tucir.g the announce
mem ot the namo of mv mcccssor; the
conversation between tho picsident nnd my
self was n brief one; tbo presideut recelvtd
mo coldly ; I Bald to blm, 'I havo called
lo inform jou that I have received such of
fers for professional business as to induce
me to v-'C3te tho olllco of solicitor of tho
treasury; I do this ty advlco of friends,
and also for tbo reason that I wish to put an
end to cmbarrasBmeuts and annoyances to
which you aro subjected on my account;"
The president : "very well." lie expressed
hope that after tho Ciucinnatl convention
wo would bai o a r-eaton of quiet. I replied ;
"I liopo that during iio remainder ot your
adminislration you wlU'havu peace and
quiet," nnd, witli assurance of my refpect
lui and kindly consideration, I took my hit
and left bun. In reply to a rpii'Stiou as to
tbo names of parlies who had oeen operat
ing against blm. Wileon gtiva tho names
of Cbas. I'lirwell, Senalot J, A. Logan, re.
preventatives Hulburt nnd, perhaps, Ser
geant of California, together with a man
named Wm. D. Mooro nnd ono Stewart, a
dismissed revenue agent.
Tiir. ritnsiuENT Tr.un to his convictions.
By Mr. l'lalstcd of llio committee Did
you attiibutu tbo dlllereucea between you
and tbo presideut iu any degree to a want
of i-ympatliy on tbo president's part to
prostcuto ibu wliMcy thieve.? '
Wilson 1 attributed it to tbo fact tint
bo believed Ilabcock to bo Innocent, and,
fo believing, ho could not sympathize wilh
the prosecuting ofllccrs or with tho secre
tary and myoelf with tho part wo took wilh
refetenco lo Ifubcock's cose. My own
judgment is that whatever differences nroso
between tbo secretary aud myself on ono
side, and thu president on tho othir, were
duo on tbo president's pail
tlon ot tho motives and pu
tualed tbo secretary ill
formation as to facts ; to wilful and delib
erate pervlsloos of facts to tbo president
by scoundrels whom wo wero endeavoring
to bring to punishment, and by heir friends
for tbo purposo of brim'1 about n dis
agreement botween th" resident and sec
retary, to crealo ..oarrassment to the
prosecution and, possible, to defeat their
On Sunday night, February 27, stato
moots wero submitted to tho president of
llio United States by which It appeared that
Orvillo li. ilabcock, tbo private secretary
of tho presideut, had b;en engaged tu tbo
lllack Friday gold transaction ; that bo
and others lo6t In that transaction $40,000;
that tbo money was lost to Jay Cooke oi
Co ; ono Tbornetock seemed to ho the per
son through whom tbo transactions wero
had ; to make good his own losses and that
of Ids own associates, (Jen. Ilabcock mado
a trust died of his properly, creating Asa
Dlrd Gardner of WiBt I'olutj, (subsequent
ly the j udgo advocate of tho military court
of inquiry ordered at Chicago) hi? trustee.
Tho statement was made to tho president
wlillo llibcock waten route t wm St. Louis
to Washington, It wns, I believe, subse.
quently vcrillod by competent evidcuce pat.
Isfactoiy lo thu president. Tho result was
that ntither Oen, liristow nor myself went
out of llio publio service, and that the res
ident of tbo United States and tho secre
tary of tho treasury, Is a manner highly
creditablo to both, became reconciled.
Question, by Mr. l'lalstcd What tela
tlon had this fact to tho retention of Gen.
liristow in tho cabirct?
A. liccauso llio president then, for tbo
first time, comprehended iu all its signifi
cance tiic fact that bo had been betrayed by
Gen. Ilabcock, and that if hn (Babcock)
had betrayed him in tho lllack Friday trans
action, ho was quito capable of betrnylrg
him in connection with llio whisky frauds,
and of becoming a parly thereto ; and the
president recoituiwd that tbo proecution
n?ainst Gen. Ilabcock had its full justlB
cation. Ily Mr. Cochrane If llio president wfs
acting in good faith iu this matter, bow do
you account for bis action with refcrecco to
the "Ojlpli" disiiatch when jou tbfmmcil
liim Hint Gen 1' irter had made an explan
ation of lint tils latch which compronrsed
liim, nnd wasdiifcrent from the explanation
from HabcocU, and with which ho express
ed himself to be satisfied? How do you ac
count for ids action, if in good fnltb ?
Mr. Wilson I have endeavored to slate
fads as they nro with regird to the whole
subject-matter of Invcstlsatlon as they arc
in my recollection. Let the facts Bpe.i)
for themselves, nnd with them I am ! -fcclly
content to stand or fall. Letf ere
do the same.
Mr. Wilson wn iriTrtng ,ro ckcois,
and expressed hi, i axlety to reach Capo
May. Its couslde-si on ot the condition of
bis health, tho com nittco adjourned the
examination till Tuesday next.
.tlurdcr Will Out.
A few years ago "August Flower" was
discovered to be a certain euro for Dyspep
sia nnd Liver complaint, a few thin Dys
peptics made known to their friends how
easily and quickly they bad been cured by
its use. The great merits of Queen's Au
gust Fi.owr.ir became heralded through
the country by ono sufferer to another, un
til, without advertising, Ita salo has become
immense. Druigists in EVEHY TOWN
in the United States nro selllnc it. No per
son sulTcring with Sour Stomach, Sick
Headache, Costlvcness, palpitation of the
Heart, indigestion, low spirits, etc., can
tako tbreo doses without relief. Go to
your druggist, Albert V. Higglns; also
Hlco & Co., Cnstieton, and L. Kellogg,
Fairhaven, and get a bottle for 75 cents
anil try it. Sample bollies 10 cents, d&w
WoNDEI'.FOL IN ITS HESULTS ? Thero is
no medicine that has accomplished so much
as Shiloh's Consumption. Cure. It has es
tablished tbo fact that consumption can be
cured, while for asthma, bronchitis, croup,
hoarscncfs, whooping couuh, and all lung
diseases it has no equal. No medicine was
ever sold on such favorable terms, if it was
unreliable it would ba llio greatest folly to
guarantee il. It co.-ts nothing to try it as
it can bo returned if it does not give satis
faction after using two-thirds ot a bottle.
Call at my storo and get a samplo bottle,
10 cents, or a regular size for 00 cents or
SI. If your lungs aro sore or chest or back
lame uso Shiloh'ii lleilabonna plaster, which
seldom falls to give relief.
. A. W. Hioqins, Hutland ; Ulco & Co.
Castlcton ; Dr. Meeker oo Dr. Campbell,
Poultney; W. Sweet, Fairhaven; else
where by dealers generally.
" Haok.metaok" a new and delightful
perfume sold by tbo abovo dealers, else
where by dealers generally. d&wly
1 K-f;. vSJL.I.iJ.h-
Diagram showing Iho location of tho
Vermont headquarters' building, on the
Centennial grounds, Philadelphia.
BDRNHAM & TEMPLE
HAVE REMOVED THEIR
TO FRONT ROOMS, ON SECOND
SPRAGUE & KiNGSLEY'S
MEItCHA.VT'S ItOW, KllTLAM),
170H SALK. Afour veariold bay mare,
. shod by Kllllucton ; we iRbt noo pounds;
sound, and u very stylish beast. Will be sold
low, luqulio at posiefllce. Mcndon, Vt.
$2,000 OR $2500.
V'nnted For Ono or Five Years.
First mortt'fteo given on pronertyln Rutland,
worth double tuo amount. Address
P. 0. BOX 164. Hutland, Vt,
C. E. ROSS.
AT VKKY LOW PHICE3.
WITHOUT REGARD TO C08T.
LADIES m HOSE
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
In fact woaro wllllntr and will sell you-ooJ?
at tho leiy lowest prices.
NO. 3, ME11CIIANTS' ROW,
Geo H. Palmer's
A Largo stock of
Cor.slstlDt: of OllUXADINn, uki:n., 110.
HAllt!, etc , u now belnff closed out ai.
li? Cottls Per YariJ.
Hutland, July 15, lSTii.
A large stock direct from the mnufacturers
In Philadelphia, very much uultr pilco at
OKO. H. PALMER'3.
E SHALL SELL
NICE Hinuoss at is cents.
bPI.KNUID BLACK MLK. attl.M.
HAMDUUO H.GIKGS CIIEAr.
At (1I!0. II. I'AHlErt'i.
(1EO. H. I'ALMEU.
Having Just returned from market with a full
We arencw prepared to offer
FROM TnE BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF DRY
GOODS IN KITLAND COUNTY,
Aiti: i,vi:u than thu i.oivnur
LAWNS k MERINO.
Kid Gloves, only 35c. Per Pair-
0. A. PAUKHUHST & CO.,
Corner West and OroreSta. dt
.for nlc or to tt.
HOUSE AND 11AHN TO LET, Wood
lldtf J, 1). fi C, r. HARRIS.
LOW PIUCKD TENEMENTS, Fur
nace aud TIowo streets.
.Idtt J. U. X C. 1". HARRIS.
rpo LET HOUSE AND DAHN, uin
X mcr street,
lldtf J. II. & ( 1'. HARRIS,
AUMEUS! ATTENTION ! !
Wo keep constantly In stock and for sale,
TEN 'I'ONB otlheeelibiated Blue Hank Lako
Flno, sharp grit, warranted tho bt st. All sites
from so lbs. to loco lb", each. Cranks and rolls
to match, cheap, Dealers turnlshtd at a dis
count, L. G. KINGRLEV.
Rutland, June sotb. dim
HUllllAHD has the CHOICEST CON
FECTIONERY. NOTICE. Famllit s or Individuals in
Rutland wanting asslstanco Irom tho
town, arn re uuested to leavo thiir names mid
place of resldeneo at tho store ot Walter C.
Landon. T. II, COOIIRAN,
." A DAY AT HOME. Aeents
OLOBE PAFER CO.