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C. A. PlCUCt lm CO., h l-.ae hfU t!.i , . ,? ..u i tjr t tWf , ttttrrr r hitim i i h !i!ti'n, orof i Miig !.rn lii- n:ct.m it lt jl'rw i;l!0 W'U ! u i r UWJ up..n ni 1 i'"io, &nJ thnh fcJtjmWm! in (!r n.iu't fStn jrr I ! t T, Icaum i.. n.m i-r rir.pnj 'cmiI I afK ,rJ to r. Loip ta lflop , them, atj.l rctrj !f nh other ijtrrrU ; ati l l'U;nrM tr i r fn.ra rrsarltt, it , ' Ht.4!i-1 tl.ftt li li tl UUAr bttn of- 15 MP kUl, tru.r. irtttxua' I l .,..1 .4 t ..k'l u . j I .lt M-l I JS')r' ' l- .;.. ' w.i--so-l ! I a . . a ...-.nr a.1 j- . . a z r t . ' ! a.ti.i al i a. i. ; , li i ... I ; .- a . w . . . a VOf.t M K. maxciikstlt.. vr.. tlksdav mohnixc, mai.ci.2g, isot. T V. tl M ; S I ,.0 xr A tri in, i it 1 vi m o. ft- 9 ' t.ife i a- ltl .. ft ' "I M - ft. tM' WWII . .j k fee H i SO - t - ' fi . I t 4 1 ' -Ma--'! & A 1 ( t F.tlUVIS.M, IVilAt IHAJIM, JAMAIf V, VI I.MfJN l t w. i int.. ' it'. ,- v .11. , , A?eti f r lljoapS Wl ia prOTC J TrCEl r. cyrj.vi. ... V I. ti r.crosr mm 1 . J10t1.M AM yJIOKH, HAXcnrsiiitt 1 Uk. rowi.nn. t'..vi H '' .' jf-i.l, J r ( (r , . t. L"i l. i.. lr lk. Wti.HJ. !! V- pUUTON k MUNSON'. ,.. VJ t.. mHX. ICK 5IITTJ.NS AM CiLUVJ,s, K. W.HOVT, Atit-nt. MAJfcni:sr.R 1 K OSN. l'lU at l(otlwtic- i ,MMit M.. IHMMlill I? ' ' U.OlHiK It. HASK1NK. Ailiiiif'mi, V(. 1 K. li V'K HPI.Dlat, ARUN'ilON 1- pLAK EM U N T M A N I' PA CT L ilING K t G.iaii:l. i-i.t. in ni.'B"tnrr..f Prr n.! H va, .,6, Ortu n.l la-ir, u J t;tri CI.AI.I.MM.M, N M 7ANir.'U,tP IIOTI.U fl.t. lfg Ubl f Mill fnntii )n f 1K"! ilfii .f lli ir:lin? ll'. ii-. 1' H U If at 1i!t( K Viu I't t J"! ff.tfll h'iI o 1-1 Kiriiif ll niin"rnirtitii. I lip (tiilil Mliiiii!ri ull.crli l;!jrr.i'l? llnlf l )'WftMl 1j .il!will . ti vl. Vtii'tixir, I'n'ii l"f . VJ ANCill.SI) B T. I), f,. WIMiON, . J4.i. tnrtr i lnUr In Cv-anUll;! 10 p.rl of litmuses CIi-iiHijer Suits areaai.,Jl- .b.toa.iu, .MattrcMs. R.Cr.t Cr4.U-, Sprinj I' 1., llxti-iibioti 1m blea, ilith K J.t kiu.ls of ChailS Tall tual S : n 1 1 1 i h. tun uk rn t.vrt. n i Wll llOU;' AM" Mll.liOlt J'LAltS. CVnVvnV Vamnj'., &.'t, dc.,f. but, Ciuiii , l.u..riyii, oil ma 1 ia" i),iinH and C.isLits. Bj. y i I) jtr N..f!l f Brti V (.htrtb, I'lH ioi'y iiltt, VI. sorici:. Nn i( E U fc.l g' , I" p:innnri n "t ai . Ik liau i kili K.i.k i ''" " I' ii i'l." at a. tnl.H f ' k 'I' I l;- I U lI.K.t; lh.1l Ibf Ill.lrci4 ih.' -lJ -. j i -1. . I i I Ut k iiiiinot I " i; l.a U irf N. ltt, A tl., I!: l 'hi; I tIiuuih m o (y ' I ill An Avi Mv ' 'I"" l'-il a- ' UK .-. l u I..' . j j .til J m mUj tj IU Aolf I r.if .' t. I. tf.-f ih- j.iia .ii..f ih-tl.nr'.i-r nf any B .lik lr.fJ t IhUSui. i a'lri Uk' i T'isi'iUl-.B nf lii lrit n lluik yrii.l. ii Ih I sm,I Ikw a, ml Kuuk wit .- . pi.lihM U all Ui ffcii t a Ux-e.MiiiU ii.-n-ti' h Hull i 1 .!. f f tmf i..ii !. "-"liu f'f-h a"' !;! 1 in n( ih Ti!tr, w an-iiec i-f ni? ! it. .. ..... , .... .1 . ...... ..' k.1 l A 1,(1 t,t..i 1 tl., wM mi vn, tl. , ur .Umli l. l-lli. Ill UiV 'l t'. tk I I Al. It, 'I I "illf 'I iM" .. " "t 4 ,t irjlitl ! - ' " ,u,k ti',,w '"" lit wai- li b II " O"' n '" r''" ni I ! "I in) si , .. ri u ;i,i li!l, iil ih 4iahal h ln liuli iii-o1''l ml pom-lil ,s.rr,,f .mii.lM wi hi" ill ft .lvra-i v lii Bki.t M-n-l li:l. . Ih Afw ill r.iaO"Bof HwKrlf nt jflrf lh Irrmlka i a .-t iftr-iii-irjt ol any n lill .i t a ' t mi4, uk l I k rk'M lu ai;j"-i ii ili l turn im Hi ul ih I'M'i-i it Hi 'iiyaMrJ -s. l-a I "" lf ni-) ii owl !- t ll I k tS1 Irwin Ul a;. A ird Nv. i, . . , W. P. UL ACK, CiOiS-r. Wi'b'-, I'-. , !-!. A3 3 LOGY. Tho Worlel A-teitii-hca . ' . , . a..- tuM.h! (atlfl ' f be ttw.wtia ari p.irr et'..3 tfcr it-- f-d i t h t h;r. ts 4t.wi tutmt dt'siV ftrl fc K Ift" "Mil. ttt3l. 4Wiiili 9.M 1ah lifcrisnt. fttl4 il Ail'-4 taif'WHJ., I'sf feat tt.ftlf 1 'Jlrky '-tfc" M 4rt'- fcT E SI yi.k 4 i ft'! IUS 1 -Vfci i? S t & ' v-, 'f A - ! '-ttIrtt Mia wi.h fkrr"f Wt -.titJ-,fl, l! t-.tfrmp .!; rt m.- J i m rt w , t"i-w tjsf 4 h tt A ...... . HTDD1SG CUDS and h 1-1-; """' " , ,,. r T alnr-j MH " I 7, 7 ti Tii Uinta "J f -' -1,1 and Southern connection, thev have in-! roads lcs 1h, n of great value and ad-! ''twn, such . was not r.ecesi ary, ami l.mo ii.. ........ 1 rf, ,.. ir,. !., b, frata ... .i'. h i-""wii,.li.,1t it ,..:.;!, r. .-.-. I an. i r. - ki. i ,m-1 treasod their rates on fi eight, which vantage to bus sect ion of the State, yet j t'''( i-sity ol wioeii cot.iu 1.01 no iou- h.ala-M wio w s itvm .r.-f-l r"' ' ph- liH.-to,.. M.i 0. a I. . t:m(.iM.i..l i .. ..... ' I ...,., ... rr-v.r l -st f e'ann to en-ible !-si, i i..w...i ri-.iu.'a at-.i ei it-, i." ,,j ,,(.,.,,.. ,i, ,r.j, iw.iit'i; ui .in, i.v-, w'tre beTore higher than on any other the jeop!e doing husmess on the same j K 1 iuul 4"L ' ' ' " ,ltj ..i at ,i, rf ., Ik- i.xm" .--:ioi. ' " j i.. ii wii.i H.I.I i.-- i!i.-f li. .- ra i . . e , i ,. , , . , ,, . j ilw.ri to eiiriv out tl i't t.re'ect at an ik . )""-''" l. 4 wrt-ii 1.1 tu.uiii ,-ninu. ta wne i road m eriuoat, over twenty-live per have been subjected, to, and compelled u-' 1,1 l" uu "'" 1 n'Uttl u" xm,' i.i f-i.-.i '- ) "in iir- i i u "i.-o . utl . ,.l..;ia i, , ri. ,e? i'rni.i..a, ii tii , , . , r n'v d iv With such action at the e K- tmrJr, irii,. u.m..i. y r t.-i iiiN L,', .ic,r Jo- i..i uJa !- it' rttmk, ! .!. ! cent. to pay by the Iroy anil Boston Compa-; nl v "' ,au hJ " a uu" lu - li l., .ra aoe In Waal y" " !" "'1rt w-wlnl, i,v (,,, !',. tn In ,!,( uajl-l. l a -lf. 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Frcitch and American I'l.l.luut "ll ll.Utl. xi.n.osF.r l AI TOICV IMHT. VI.. COAL! COAL! Y M . P P T P 11 S () N & SON, Wti.,1 !- An4 I!"t-'.il tt-lrr In LPIIIGII, LACK.UVANA, CUM 1 K LAN1, PKAC1I OiiCHAKD AND SCKVNTON COAL. A!of 8;,'IimI I unilln,: U i. k, i f.ict cf niol-T, on llie s.v.V. AUni'l i' liy in ll nil1 rc-i-iif jjrunip' M!iiM"'n. ml Ml Hit li.ur I . .1.. il !c ri f , iinj C.'.il pfiurnuU-eil lu U4 Ihi! 117 Im t i.i..ii 1 ilit' ui:ilKi.'t uUuiu. KW I.WI.MIOX! Patent liinlc Macluno. It iiia (lit iin'.ri? wmk iii 'I.-iv tii'ii ln mi'ii, Mi e IwHiT. l'Oi'i!lv n 1 !- uii'l 1 it li.iblc l rut t r.i!T. 't',iw 1. tit, a Cnuiav ll'i'!.' "nil .ilnrl turn f,-r u ia ; A!a!y l l IUI( hi l. UlitiWN, i.t . : l ' 1 r 1 ; k . 1 1 l.u nl.cr il i i ? -. M u!r!i.!r, nct. 3:Ii, It'.... 'I lie Next Te'i iu of LUES & BUB TON S.MINAKY VI 1:1 .11,. i, ,.n 1!)N I -I'A V. V.UU II lltx. rm V, . lit i.ti I, A.M. I v.i" i(..ti. M l.u . S lltlif KV A-.-i ! ml. Ui M I. I M ei.Al K I'ii 1 i . f". 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Thfrr f-mt1 sH-1 lWincuf J" I" In )wuir an! i.i t.i.l, I, irn-al an.l t. aumll ; Ik jinr ,,! i r.iuui inilrire, ll fe ! ail. and all nuj U l.if. fit tlm un ll CHASTl'LLAIi'S ' . . . r:f1;,..V.7T.i:;! f 1.1 l-i o K. -in 1 I 4 i i t-.t i.ixr St.. '1 n.i. .V V. l.cjbtraloi Caiiilli. T"iir. .f ) ' tJ t it.sr .j-r tt it. v. $v.r tu.r it noii -i.LLt. r-a ii ? 1 i i ii Si fc' I i.ui f.-t. Ir jf ft ft !v i h ,4 kw ii -f, s ir It tr.. ti-.- itu- t r( ! I-. i . is. '.'i .'. ib ?i..'. ct. - v"r-t ii-.M. a i - !. ri f-r.-!.a' .- -wiKi tk.t tl..r la B-.il . lit 1 i i I an ..- 1 Ml. a Ikr .i..lli i tin- u . i- -r i w . r i- . m... tvii. i . t- j.-; r f"-.. ('ii 'ir rtn. &es(-i lik.w'j 1J.- fi ,VTV:r.L7 ;:..:r.'.i ",Z":Z '"' - ,!i,ittiiti;''rn"-iii! h-te -f'li ;-r--ft. ft ft- . it, w-ei ei - s.f o-4j !'- a. r.-it'-fc.-4 ' a(-t-. .?.. jir-trti.i.nf tsitr ftu.;.,hi7aw-is4it- . - ?1 t . J. A t. r- . ' I.. ( I lilft ( i t- Iu Hsilc. I,l ll SINtiLPSLMIGHS-1 Cut A t-f. ? l--ilr, I itn t l- ii 4o is Pwihir ; c I i (' Mr , p. .:. j A, ! i li ' iinKixstnixv. H.,. !, ,. , lal. i Iaiirod Meeting. T., ....... .,.t, j'l. r-.'l ,.f O... r..i. ,., ., ri.t titu'.vl f..r il'.ii.'niu' ' IU:n! iiit-St.j; LdJ lit Li- birv Hall. .n Widi.iKvl-v JIai.h, U 11 o'chx'l. The Hall fill-! im! ' uolaUlv ufur the aniwd of the i.J tiain from Kuthuol.Ri.J tla- ia- tit r::t,l to orJi-r proiaptk, !:Urth or-! Aiiiiutiou jjia,U utth.' iuK-tii.fr at s.:ia: pla. c, h. hi on tlt (itli inh, wi:h Ih.n. I A. G.' Clai k, of Maiwh. strr,' Pifi-lih-tit;! J,-hn H. l'lar, a Iamj1i.kUu aul L. n aoe lU la', of ltutluiaC Socrcta-1 I JOS. Hoi;. II. G. lh ot, from C.'nanitiof np- "oe umkr a ohartor from thia Slate 'not l ojx raU.l hut at a loss, iun if poinlcJ at the inifoUng on Mai cb C, tub-! lSt-nuugton nr.il Huthual ra;Iroa1, tin; connection now hrok. n, wcro ro laitttil the fuilawir," 11. 'wit, which was!1'1' ca'lo.l the YhsUtu 'crniont rail- nowcl, oral t hp t slue of the kaiue wouM unaiiimoualv tuloptl : jroa.l, waa co; J-ndial, cstt-u.ling front ho wholly ch siroyt d. Anl your niom 'Die o inrnittoe ni 'wiiiU tl hv the le iHy; ijPi-luUuil IhfougH ton riahsts further foprtsotit, that by break- mtetinj convened 0:1 tho G.h i;ut, laake the fullowii-g report : That they have had w-xciul meetings and deliber ately considered the Milj.-et r. f in .1 to them, (aid are unanimously of the opin ion that tho oul way in which the peo ple of Yi Merit Vcnuout, can neeui e to thcm;tlv perniam ul rail road futili ties, is to build a rail road connecting tho Uetmingtoii Si liutlan.l Kail lloa.1, vuthfcome other rail road, leadiu" to New Yoik, and the West. Your coum.ilteo are satisfied that the best line e,f rail roud to Now York, and1 tho "West will he hi cured bv the eon-1 Mruction of the Lebanon Springi Ihiil- j road, connecting the Pennington and Rutland llailroad with the New York j and Harlem railroad at Chatham Focr Corners. The road to bo constructed is about fifty-four miles in length, and j v.Uleost, airording to estimates your I committee believe to le reliable, about; fourteen hundred thousand doilars. Subscriptions have already been made in the Stale of New York,lo the amount 1 f live hundred thousand dollars, and we have reason to believe that still fur ther subscriptions will be made in thut State. Tho Beunin''ton arid Putland railroad Company offer to martgage their road Tbat on that elay said lease expired, and -which is free from inci.mbciaucc-to, l'Ossc..em of the rad was surren nny itmouitt nee. r,(,ary to Secure the Awl to the owners. That immediately eomnh fon of this work, and your c:,m-! afu r t l'ii ution of said lease, the Troy mittee have no doubt that the great in- 1. ... 1,.. ii...r 1,1,. v. . .. I hercta me iuiw eui uie one 01 me xjcji-i ningtonnnd Paitland railroad have in opening this line, would induce them to lend temporary aid to the construction of the road -if power is given them tojytate li,ic to the Troy and Boston road do so. The const ruct ion of the Lebanon Springs railroad will open the best line of railroad from Montreal to New York a distance of over four hundred miles, and with the through business and the local bucinct'S on this great thorough fare' of over 400 miles, would yield to the Lebanon road in income at least suf iieieiit to pay the interest on the cost of the. road, in which ease neither the . , , , ., . r, Bennington ami liutlanu railroad Lem lianv, nor I'm t'jwin lending their - ,1 r? . . : aid, woaid eu.ier any pecuniiry loss. The whole State is deeply interested to have this road constructed, as with' out it alt tin railroad outlets from this State to the great West and New York, will bo owned and under the control of the Rensselaer and Saratoga railroad cotuiianv a fiU'eigit corporation who I j have not saowii themselves f neudiy to '. . . . ei inont interests, ami wiiose only ou- without any regard to thejl --ailroa, and now, both e-f raid public good or convenience. eori on;tionsthe Troy and Boston and The best evidence of w hat our wtua- tion would be if our communications by rail to the South and West arc con trolled by the Rcn.s.sehu r and Saratoga Co. is found in the fact that Bince that Compnay has bee n able, by taking a lea.so of five miles of road connecting with our road, to l.re ak our Western ion tU.it nopeakr calamity could k- fall We sti in Yt-tmont, and, m fact, the whole State, than to have the Renssel-1 a r and Saratoga Compiny secure th : conlrol of the A nnington and Rutland ' railroad, and lo prevent thiit, every Ytr-! ..-. 1 ,...1 1 1. ...... ' I I iiji 'i. i. l ruvi i.i'l l. xi l . J iiij.-i. . The Ih nnington and Rutland railroad " en. ;.r V rouhl i.ot moi'.raLC the ir ' loadto aid in the conMructiou of an- I ckrlT intorMed.lt nd their aid tvithout ' oiner roan nor e laou me tow us oai n - the authority A the Legislature, an.Pcocstrueted, by at leant fifty jxr cent. vouremmittee deemed it tho Bubje-ct' ijfhinh :mjHr'-Lce to the whole S'..i!e aa to iuntifv the calling an extra eo.ion ofttm Lekuttiie, and thev aecord.rg-' ly made an application to Hi Kxoel h ncv the Govt nor t-i call th IiOirit-la ' tare together, which aii.lication was ftrat ,tod. A Prot lamati m has Wen i mi, .nvening the (roiioral As-n.bly cti tho 27th day efthe present month, Your Committer? ry-n.reerd the h-I :; -f tL nv-uipiiminj nan.cri - '' ul t. iLo I.i! ;!ure, tlwHit ij i-t,ic:.e, an 1 tli tkti:' KiJi h futtl.cr at.n its lU w--iiry lOMciiie the 1. yislii- ticii rpHrtt to -t n?.t an tnith t to the t aaJ Xc Ycik. otht-r thaa a roa-.l i,irc;hl ly the IhnL.r Saratoga tti!na.l ci.njpany. ' to the oi miul Assr iim v ok Tut tun or vrtKosr. Your iar taoria!:sln. -itiror.8 of the SU'.c of Ycriaoi.t, an.l ihlahitanta of tbe Conuth s of ltutlaml an-1 iJfiinic''- I loa, n jiri s ui i aai iudui lua-i-a t iiifi tow in in the counties of Ilutl aul ami ing the ronnec lion at tho State line, us Ih-Miiiiglon to the line of the Slate of la fore Mateil, the said Pa nh.nr ami New Ytrk, a iliManco of uhout bixty ; Saratoga ('onspatiy are onahjo.l to force uiiles, ninl v.tw put in oj't ration. j ami lo force all the business front the That in the Mane M :.r the Trov ami Noi'lh to tho South ainl Yi'c .t over tin ir li'-nnington ctiil Troy and llosion tail-!KahI roa.l. 11 ml by preventing it from road.-, chut t ml l y the State of New j going in its lest and nectist une.l chan York, and loonkd within that State, 1 tu I ia tlie Bennington and Ihitland were eoi.stnieu'd, extending from the road, they create a monopoly of all Mich State line ct the pwiut where they are ,;Rt ')' U o U-mangton ami iuit.aiat railroad, to Trov, New Y'ork, and have "- uu'-i5 1G:h lay of Jry si. hMi operated by tho Troy and Itston railroad company, and have wn.u.ieteil v.iih the naid Penningtcai '''' Puf.and railroad, thus forming a continuous line from Putland to Troy aJ l'tofa continn us lino from Montreal to New York and tho West, That, uiueo tho oiistruction of f-aid -"H a large business has grow n up iu Western Vermont, depending for its success on said liue of railroad, and of little value without railroad facilities. That for ten years next previous to the lG'ih day of January last, the Penning ton and Kutland railioad was operated u'nder a lease, by the Troy and Boston railroad company in connection with I their roads in the State of New York. aml 1"-;,t"1 nrlroad company, without lust, cause, nii.l . a lirevioas waniimr. i ' t ( gavo uoeieo una, iiey aaoiuu noi tu lie turc operate tho Troy and Bennington railroad (which road extends fiern the at Jloosiek Junction, a distance of fixe miles,) a.id tince that time the said Company have refused to uiako any connection with tho la nningtoii and Rutland railroad or to allow the mana gers of that road to run to lloosiek Junction and there connect with the Troy and Boston road, ami accordingly no trains have been run over the Troy and Bennington road by any Company but the operation of the same has w hol ly ceased. And your memoiiali-ds ore informed, and believe, that since Elicit refusal to to connect, the Troy and Boston Com pany have, by lease or otherw ise, trans- j terrea tlmr right to, ami possession ol I t-e said Troy and Bi uningten road, to Ponssehur nm.1 Saratoga railroad company, with the understanding and agreement thrit tho f-aine should not be operated, ami that no connection i.hould be made will, (he Bennington and Rut- P '( r Saratoga Companies -by licir ' '"s 'b elare that no connection shall be luadjwilh the Bennington and Rutland laihoad, so long as it is owneel by Yermonters, and such your memo rialists be live is their de tei ruination. And yonr memorialists further re pre sent tlaU altlongli the raid line of rail- atcl, Ligln-r rate of charge for i.rebiige end freight, tw your memorialists he-, Heve, than have b e u ehai ged cn any j other line of railroad in tho country, ; that mich e harges f..r pas-age have been higher than the laws of New York per-' til I tii in ! ifiruiKO nlut tt.nl i.n i,-,nm ' ;.... ....... ... .... , ...... ..... ..v. : parts of the line within this Slate, tho ; 1 . cost cf fassaL-e und transpottat on to 1 rv eai the n.tae has exceeded that '..., ... . , talion by t4,amK, U-f.re oaid road at re i n ui i i pniii i. i..i uuu u mifiwe Your me moriahsU futthir repment that the Renulear and Saratoga rail- road company own and ojierate a lint . f ra:!a,ad from Ratluml, ia this State, to Troy, which line ' is longer than the l.ne through Western Veriaont to that Civ, and hrw he avier gra-les and (-hot- or cum-, and is principally in the State of Xw York. And that before the broiling of tho conttttion ef the line thronpS Vcan Vermont, by a cor.- .tinrt lx Srn tli- Trry nn-1 l'!-.n ' Cotuvanv tic IN t.s-i'.icr ar.il Sar-1 atoa IVjnrar., it a a;M tlat ftr tli trin of t ti ji'.irs r.o thrush l.usi-j Aji.IIv rot r.f the n.mnactfr, t ( t-ut to j.. it, &m! transfer. i:, lithir f fc:-u.n or fm';-ht, th. ir lavt inc tin. tho f..lin,; r-,il na,l to farti. l' nought to shnuM fr ov. r t!u IVnnirtoa on.l i k-u wiro tl.h-.l to thi iiuiahrr. and i -int nil our lu; i . : . muI prpf ntjr. Kutliti'l r:i.!rotil as h;il hecu it woat, j re invi:l to nctwiih the roi.umM. r in j Th h.piUhly of tin pattk rualaig .tat all iuh tuc-inf.a hlu.ul.l U fv.rco.l i fuinie: - J-'hn Hathaway. )'.! r.illy. j wt.h an ofTcr wouhl i.ft illow mo to M ' K the roii-h.f tho IhMsh-r.r an.l ' Umvt (ih-a.n. Wnlfor.!; M. CVtcrjrop it. Saratov Coiaiany to K;:-lo Hi-hle, ia ! Hall. II. W. Putnam, Mo to Iiohinson, j Ho woU Ul $ 1;X1.CW0 for his ro4, , tho Slate of Now York, ai..l th nco hy j orir P.onUm, S. h. (hhlfity, J. ll-il- j a:;.l put from l.in pookot f 100,000 td ' the Troy iuul 15 .U.n railraa-1 to TroviU' v ('lihhman, A. P. Lymai,, John II. ai.l tho now roa.l. f h couhl ! hil that if tnoh ooi. tract U oa ri.nl out, n I Pht'. laitla r 11. Grave s, P.aih. r Cha.o : r-.ail ia han.U fi a ixlly to tit wrlfart your momorialists holioto it will IV, tho Ghaa F iK-w.-y, Chin 11 V llinft P..1. j n.l tho priority of ir.toroiitt klorp ill i'.naiiii"u Bin. i.uu.i.ri .ui . -nui-.i i , business, and are cnabhtd to inereaso ; tlio rates of eliargo tor doing ll;c tains at pleasure, to tho great detriment of the busiucB.i intere sts of the portions of this State lying north and cast of Kut- , land, a3 well as those of tho taction on the line of the Jlenningtoa and Kutland road, and also to the damage of other Ye) taont railroads; and said Peusselcnr and Saratogit Co. have, in fact, already tnneo the breaking of such connection, as before Mated, and since they hae obtained control of the Troy and Pen nington road, advanced their rales of charge on freight from this State to New York and the "West, more than twenty-five per cent., and this your 111c nioralists believe in. but the beginning of the injustice which the people of this State may well cpprel.er.d if this mo- nopoly becomes permanent. Porifthe connection is not renewed, or if the Bennington and Puthmd road pannes into the posse? : ion, or raider the con trol of the same Company which it is believed is the only condition upon which it will bo rcncwctl, then said ftnnninnv vvill'liave the nbsolnte eontrol - i ot every outlet ly raiiroa.l ll'Om llllK State to tho "vYcstand from all Western Yiruiont to the South. Your memorialists furlher reprcKent that, while in consequence of the acts of the Troy and Boston and the Ren selacr and Saratoga Companies, other Vermont railroads will he seriously in jured, and the business interests of the State North and P. as t of Rutland will, by reason of the exorbitant charges for the transportation of freight and pas sengers, greatly sull'er, the effect of there nets upon the lino of tho Penning ton and Rutland railroad will, unle ss relief can lie obtained, be ruinous, and will be seen in the dimuilion of bin.i-ne.-s, the disappearance of valued busi ness men, the general deei cv.e of popu lation, the decay ef our -villages and groat reduction in value of taxable prop erty. Your tntmtri; l'fita believe (hat the only remedy for those great evils is the construction of nnother railroad, giv ing the State another outlet to the South and West; that fiieh route can be opened, anil will make, when com pleted, the shortest and best route from Mont real to New Y'ork, pausing through the entire length of the State, nnd se curing the people in future against the gross imposition.! of the Troy raid Bos ton and Rensse laer and Saratoga Com panies, Under this sudden and extreme pressure, your memorialist!, and those )' represent, require home legislative i new ,oa'1 w" l- Your memorialists then fore pray your honorable body to consider our ie- cuhar and most unfortmiate condition, and to enact such laws as shall nfford relief in ihia see! ii m nf t lie St tic. mill! - . - - ....... r ........... , , tla y shali promote the general bite rents ..... ot a;i parts thorcof. The commlttoft rotiort that tl.pv have, edde-d to their . nn.be r the following Ipersons, who have acted with them :0T,r tn:iny portions of the lino. 11 1.. Bra.If .nl, A. Booth, 1. W. l'aik, .15. ni..gt...-j; Nv: mait Jh.angton, H- haf.r-bury ; II. S. Hard, Harmon C. i.C.M, Sylv, Me r Deming, Arlingt ai; ' H. 11 ThurMor., Suna.rlaiid ; A. L. Mi-' nir, P. B. Baiter., A. J. Gray, Mw-5 elder; A. P. Graham, S- th Taylor, Jr 1 V.X.L0II; I 1. Jiaj gi.ee!, O. I. Si- monds, Pun; H. I. Liit, I J. Haw- 3y, lK.ise t; II. B. I.a; lad, Sandgalc ; ii.-.. ll C-r,gdon, Daj.ly; Lrr.iin ' .' I.!--Mi r, Wull.:,;;!.,!, 11. 1'. N-M, Tu rionih ; W. S. Soulhwoith, IVnuc tun. xi. ,. a. lain, Goo. A. ooil, Milo C . lulling, ' J.i.fiif B Godfrey, Geoige II, Simmons 11. W, Booth, ('has. P. Houghton, R. Ilubbell, Bennington; S. W. Monroe, Joel Harrington, Horace Bottom, S, A. Whipple, Heman Whipple, Mi ion (ilark Martin Mattison, Myron Barton, Shaft sbury"; Geo. P.d-ly, Glastonbury; Porinau Andrew, P. M. Avlesworth. An sun Buck, Pavid Crafut, Arlington; Maltoia Caniichl, Bdward Stone, K. G. Bacon, Sunderland; C. J. lturd, R. M. Provan, Justin P.. Brush, Desmond Priiielle, Sntalgule ; A. G. Clark, Geo. W. Smith, Robeit Ames, Manchester; James B.Wood Pd. P. lfolley, W. lb Burt, U. S. Kent, G. M. Sykes, G. W. Parwcll, Samuel Ridont, Dorset; Bil lings Taylor, Chan. R. Williams, S. S. I .yon, John M. Coleman, Winhall; C.W Whitney, G. K. Davis, Ira K. Batchel der, Peru; W. W. Willy, C. Wood ward, Landgrove; C. M. Bruce, Howell D.llingham, Plyun Ho.ton, J. 1. Scott, I, S. Paris I. B. Nichols, I. P Nichols, Danhy; II. W. Lincoln, (). If. Rounds, L. 1 Bono, Chas. T. Grifiith.'Mt. Ta li irSam l Rogers, V. W. Killey, Pdnin Martindale, C. D. Child-), Jno! Miller, . M. Congdon, Wailingford; Porter Ransom, N. M. Powers. Josi ph Cong don, J. L . Marsh, A. J. Newton, C. C. Pierce, (1. W. Crosf mnn, Clarendon; A. Noble, Levi Rice 2d, Geo. Capron, J. II Rounds, lliii. ilad He j kins, Tii.mouth; W. C. I.andon, J. C. Dunn, John Cram ton, John Strong, C. Kingsley, Frank lin Billings, P. Chaffer, Rutland. Mr. Talk addresf ed the meeting at. fcoino length. Ho raid he thought the cspnfRfcucn efthe nuetii g ef March d, at this place, was unmistakably ngainst the eui reiuh r of the Bennington end Rutland railroad to the Rim-M lacr and Saratoga Couiininy. He beh ivtd this to he the determined sense of tho busi ness men of this locality. The commit tee appointed at the lust meeting had not been idle, as was manifest by their Report, and the Memorial they had pre sented. Since January, tho Rensselaer ami Saratoga Co. had swelled their mo nopoly, and now eont re 1 every outlet South and West from Rutland. They have in( ieiised their rates of freight, and now charge in excess of hd hereto fore exorbitant rates over $l'per ton from Troy to Rutland, nnd their other charges correspond. This conduct only indicates what eoursn that Co. would take when possessed of the Bennington and Rutland Railroad, if a Kale was made to them. Their conspiracy and settled plan has been to control all the Southern and Western outlets to the State, and their Simeons would bo com plete if they could get hold of our road. Ihey had undertaken to breed a dis ruption of tho people and to counteract all efforts against their purposes und desires. The issues before us are not individu al cm s or ones merely between one corporation anil anotherbut they con cern, and materially affect, the State at large; and tailing that view, His Pxeel h ucy, the Governor, had coTiYiur.J the Legislature to meet on the 27th inst. What ia to bo done by the Legisla ture soon to convene? Wo pf"poeo to ask f ir an net granting a privih-ge to the Bennington ami Rutland Co. to is sue bonds in aid of the new road. Al so for an act authorizing town m the lm- fif lhf r(i!u. mid tAhern iutcrfdf-fl. lo iKSI5C thir hnds on time, in ox- change for bonds of the L bation road, Now will the road jay ? j It se ins to me that this epn-Htion in hardly susei j.t.bhi of a reasonable doubt. The construction ef the new ! I t .... :i .. :'l - ll. ,.....!. .,,T , , , ,-,( i(,i,, ijiujwjtjt,, in, ii uinniu iiim ; u)m.t (hirroutd.farc from Montreal to I 1 Vw York, aline of 4 ",0 miles will wic- ,l II JI'l.) llllllD VI I''l lllll'O P ... " eeed in gaining moro than an ordinary! a,,., , f ,t,f. n.r,,,, , trawt ,,d freight. I j l)( n iU j.,if,,llf, l,Hal bunlm ! To,Uj tUm iuvf Nfint', bv an tx- d.an ef bonds would U rafo from 1 lt lV holding nn.l.-rthcfit Mortgage of xtl, w ,-,,1. and the difVp rno te,!d' w until to oulh.t ould U made. ti(. t0v ;is j freight nnd passage, when j r:o,T,re d with rat- heretofore charged ' vumld pay the amount of bomU talon ! I y them, in a va ry rhort time. Onr i pu, ;ntfeH r, .-Konrces have ltcu tltcted fcn d'j refesed for tla-laM ten years by 1 tl tvrm d a foreign orp'ratioii.' j lf..l rt -p ".ttf!!y 1 . u oD rrvl that mm ...v.. ... a o "htro to Mum tho vihapt in the con saucuiiM oi io low r no, iiirrofj fieri to injur ft'i'l hait liotrJ that ft class oi inert wei e wiiiponn( nucn ft thiug to the poi ph; ill rchi.lcntji. lit refuted such an imputation, nnd reluc tantly re ferred to the course ht bad tt ken as to thin tillage p-ineo, hit. rvturn from California. Hi friends anil old associates were here uitt father tnd mother were here nnd his Mmpathict (ml hopes were here also. He de-hired the rond to como through this riling, and it would ci mo through thii li'iigf, be had that would ho fi asible. P.ngi neers wore 'already surveying the coun try adjacent, in quest of the lxntcournt south from this village, Ho said ht would subscribe JdfiO.lM) toward! tht extra rApeiM e f J-uihling tho road through thin village, so mucii wot hit desire to have the hiutj through both villages. He next referred to the lato project of building a new road front the T. St B. railroad, at tho State lino to tht Woodford tm bed, nnd Mated Ilia p tifion had been present "d to tho peo ple ef (his town for that object Ht thought we had railroads enough that connected with tho Troy Si BoMon rail road. Wo lad no assurance Ilia, that Company would connect with any road in Vermont - indeed we had their avow al to the ( ontrury that thoy would make no e-enroetion. A project of that character was false to us, and to thoit from the tior'ili, who had united with tit in Mir c fon I,; to gain relief from tht present cti.ii.i. lion HuMaon Confiohl, of Arlington, was callu'i on and next addressed tht meeting, tie said that he hail hereto fore liilo'i no action in tho railroad meetings held by the peeplo of this fo cality f'lf i'h:-( iisning tho project of tht llailem ro. . He had hoped and lt loved until rciently that tha present ih'fliMiltii s v enld be compromisei!' Ho had learned that the Troy & Boston railroad were grossly id fault, ami that the intercut of Ibiscom mnnity were only nubiserved by con structing the new road to Chatham. The late lease to the RensKclear and Saratoga (lo. wuh a design of monopoly, and tended to ihcreaKfJ tho difficultiet of our prose nt nituation. Every far mer, iiianufaeturor, mechanic or other hiisinesji man, in this section of th State, would bo benefited by having tht new road, and that no man, after thor ough investigation, could" hesitate to h nd his e fforts to form the railroad connection contemplated. He iewed the mat Or aa a necesm'ty no alterna tive existing, but the reiod must bo built. Cliarh ii L. Prese-ott, Pq., of Troy, ?? Y'., waa called upon, and next peJi! to the meeting. Tho roue! to Chatham tnust be built, and will bo built, if tb e nte rprise m npparrcut in (his moolinj. indicutcH tho ae'tirvn toon to coint. Why this road had not bscn oonstu:t ed t'O'crr, 'win a mystery to him. Tht road to Chatham could lm built fof $1,100,000, and put in operation by firat of January next. He would obligatt himself by bond that tlic'road wonla iH built for that sum and within tho time above Mated. That, as a railroad con tractor, he would bind housed,' and tbt fir in to which he belonged, to build tht road for tO.OOO per mile, or forfeit $100,000, Hon. A. L. Miner, of Manchester,' was called out, and said that the facU and situation had bech o fully atateif by his friend, Mr. l'aik, that he felton able to present anything new in the mi e ting. The btiMiKwi enUrpriivt ff this county is ruined and, at an enef,' . j - , t , u",', t an ' m oulU: tlift 1.1.. 1 1 . !. . ,1 . . . . . 1 - ,ue lual l" V,,u,Jttm uin , . : . '"e rout to nn - " lLonKL- irojoct of this road had been thorough- -r veiilifatcd, end hebeheve-d th no- .il were uetcrnanto toaaft me rota. , V"- gr,auon m oeMii-wt county, out a-i- .p joining count.?, and would continue to H thought the action of tho GoTernoi1 ' Aallirif the extra Mrswe wut projr, '" tliat wo'i!'- uot 1,aTft U, n J'" U1 fS u f',tt( i0 tocli Aii.bly ta mw of U, ircfciit hitua- tjon J hat it wus hit duty to proten nw" o.- !