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I Hi i , I MTH . i inn i nil ii ; , 1, f r lttnl,'. I r--v- V- !!' '. 1 I . lie ft' at : H. t.. I ! v t.. N. Y' :V u.m- !. a I 1 !.lf t )'. '.;-( t-.ht.tat V !i,rs !v t in:, j:. 1 .tl ir.ct I ,tt. SjafM 71 ' it , V.asb.-.jrt.a?. ( i i : i .t v : I "(! kl'aj !, Apt.i i. i:;: !. iiit .' i !i t i ill' -h'i a!rj par- Ii" HVr i'l t'i l..i !. f !i,4 (!:! -( I - r li.t.tutc -6 V. . ! . :.iv evens lilt, w ili, ; v i( w a:. ! it -i lei lion ( the I !)'!. i naii i,t lirat.t. ! iiri t tlt -tijie- tr, '.In Lata Will ! JttiM' n.R t!;f half i . ( itifc-j,t tlf i e-i-u. I al.are luU in tie oi.-iniMU ..f, I Mie ) ll. i .urtf.ii ,.f tl.i. w Li .le juLjiJe nf tiy j H-te, that in.ili'i.ii.'i' d gtatit'id.' f r j j ii- efiii;i"i,t MT'i't ii tie Jiy .f i ,...rcm.tryV,K...lu!..!w.wen a' and ...tef.ii,gc..t,f.d..,rc in tie g,.. i:lam li l ytr it f ft" ' '' if lilt n !taira tiliii!i n( ;iiy.iii, nat i !iUn. I in; tt,e i rn !ial i .! -a! nf hcll'.-h siiui i!ii:ij.j.i!it"ii .in.! .ti-a., wliii Ii woiilil ilcntn.y ail liia'ui' ii t li' t'f rcli.im ili-tiiati l lii if li i ti-iii. I li'i! Viiur luiftiii); tliiTt-fari1, nn a tiim ly iniitii l ull. .ii t., lie Mire tni;!iii!i f Navctu. Ut. am, gf-titl iiifii, vfty truly yourn, ;'.). I". I JiMl NDS. ! VM.t A IIUV OK !.. Tl It I. Tim pfopleoflle ktato and elsewhere were aiiipiiH' d and pained to learn, lant week, of the defalcation (,f (Jen Stannard our bravent and iiiokI honored aoldier. The Iiutiington I'm' l'rr till hpeakl of it : We atiiioiincu with mme pain than we can well vpp , the teai-fliation of icit. fieo. J. Mannard, im collector of ( 'n-.t itiu for the I'i-trict of Vcrmoiit, in ioiiai''juein'e of a heavy defieit in hiH acfounta, whii'll hat Mlddenly come to li(ht. Vi'e urideri-'taiid bin coin account With the (JoVemmeiit, fur CIlhtolilH, to he lejiiare ; but in the account far fees atal perijuiiiite-t, which in leijuired to be m ttled annually, a balance of f.'!i,0t.i0 Biieaied aaiiiht liiru on a recent tcl tlemenl., which he waa unalle to make f;ood. An aent of the Treasury le pai tinent ca'nc on, loll Friday or h.itur davto iuvctitiate the matti r.and the re mit IH the diHcliHiue of the deficit ; the l.oldintr of hii londsnien far the aiiiouiit, and tie resignation of (Jen. tannard.who lax gne into bankruptcy la ficejie bin londwnen with what propi ' y lie haH, as far an it will jo Tin dii-cl.KU'C hai iillected (icn. Stan natd'a mtmeroiia frienda with the ut moht suipiine and astaniahmetil. We have not been with (ten. iStannard much far three or four yearn pant ', but in I nner yearn we knew lim intimately aiel knew him far a brave, frank, hon l, upright man. Nobody who knows lim now will Mippot-e that he haft stol en money ; but lie lived expensively ; he in free handed ; his ptirso has been open to every applicant to him for help and he ha kept too little account of bin expenditures : The result ia a balance atjaim-t him, which he in wholly unable I i account l"i . The government will loose nothing, a hi. bondMiien ure Damply all; to make good tie and will do m, at once, The new of this nad piece of husi iiftts became generally known yester day in town, and caused very great ex citement in our community. (icn. Stannard'ii reputation at ono of the bravent and beet of the soldiers of Ver mont, l:t been dear to many w ho have fought tinder and with him, and to Vcr monter g'ener'illy. All were pi ad when he wan placed in the best Feder al i flice in our Mate, ami all will mourn at hia auddeu departure from it, for Mich a caiiho. Our ilcleg itian in I'otigreiiH have dc iiled ta n 'CKiiiuieiel (icn. W in Wells lit tin" plc'O. Two e.un ao a deter mine I elbifl w.i made to diti1acf tieti. Staiinai l. and put (leu. WelU in the id .if if, bill it tailed till allLrh tie oppo-I ... . ... . . . i Milan of N-iiatoi lalniiindK, who is the c .... ,,- firm liien l of den. Mannard. Ihe olhec i t wotth lium i dalhia ,i var. It !) ten thoiiaaiid i in i i i iik t oi.ii. Senator i'san , Massachusetts, Mi-"uui. closed lis spec- h at theCooper Institute j Tie editor ol the 7Vrvr In In doubt an th- lw, asi-iii of the Gi.vi 1 llepubli- j hfther to laii'h or cry, over the di.en . aii IlaMv an Wfdi.cad.iv evening last : "n in the Ibquihliesn party. Our ad- ,lI,U.etoh,i.f prediction, u hich ! a. .u In a l repiit iieat.s ,i-re, aial ail over tli- ( out. try will da well to make a n (' I I.IMi 1 ii. Now, jjfiit Semen, Mr, clnu, rnadt' a n-dictieu lie ..tier tiight. and lie il ,1 with ' e d'- biiatiati that their ban-' i.rl Miall! ea:t til l l the ... ... ,t v t i. ; t atolal Id a twelve-iiioi.lh. Now I Willi ' . I'ltlie Uic Now I will lake a prediction Lfte t.-tiis'll, and I . . . w .n.t you to lemeUiU r it as I.n.jr as jau ii hiiiiiIs r Mr. ;v lur?. a pic diction ; y .!,:,,;, S1U tlP Herman couiilry, iu(;te Hotel, Iienningloii, to North m l lUl j n i!;i ti'iii is tits: 1 hat if (.eitnauy, or else stay there and enjoy j Adams and other Chine? villages of the llt I,, sua,,-, at ( int ii.nati are tiot uj . it 'manners and customs, " ami worship) flast. a: t J by tie Itt-nitM-ratic I'arty nf tie ' the Fmprror Friu, and l!imsrck loo, if; - i "i, try, lley will t at have an el-eta- it protiiiiles Lis Imppiiie.s: but hen he ! Tlie Belli. w Falls Titmt int-ista that i j! v ale it) tie I'iii. n' that if llcv ate miet to this country let Lim learn lo lie ! he Vermont delegation to rhiladelphia . .ii.' .' : an Attn ti an citlrn in the true mcstiiiiii shsii not be ti.il do n with instructions. Kpp 't d 1 v tie- IU nas ratic partv, we . , . t, 1 - of ihe tetin. ! la the same vein, the w oodstock fn- wid.a.ty fi..... lw.-i.ty.five to lliily w w c -i.uit. every d ulr.sl.h n, king-' l"fl f x j.resses the hope that lie delejfa StaJeai llh- liii .ii fat t.eii. Grant. fi,jj,.n UHliit f.,m,, t) ,mr fr,.c j tion may ls made up without drawing A it I I want t-i nay aie ti, t thing. It ' comitrv , but Leu they get here we Insist ! f". in the ranks of Ihe federal (flle-hold- 1 ! " m .Jest t nay, but I tut they shall !mii,e Americans. We 'era. w ill y il If f I Lave looked ii.to . want now? ol ihrir 'ViK'" 1 A Canaila jjr says: "Ihe southern lb f -.' .( mere it.! n in pul-io met-i- tutioiis. Our view on t!.U aobjeet will, ; tUinSfil ha iset in again. Whole fami lies than any itia-i in Arneii. a, and in donbt not, editcid with a very largo lies, n fa.-t, tie grt l to say entire sct-ue-te States. I thii k I Ljve a. me lit- 'oajariiy of the substantia! t-:titn of tJemeufs of i"opie, mainly from tie rnraj t!e iui '-'. ( l-ut 'cc t ptiovii at. J "' 1 nili-d Mate tiH liiiiled and pros- Kifteh paiihea, ar Liirrjins forward to !-'. m. n. la 1 rt I slat.- I tt f. re the t ifi I. i .. ... . . - t . . . ... i t t)id ; I del m i Iras t i.e. In It', I : luiaisfs w ne, I ii.;.-J one in lt"Sj ila 1 that tie hUte tf N. w Yt ik. I ( A. 1 r t f."y f;-t H U 1,1 lat .!;:.:- I -'. f f cf Twr.w.j 111 Ni. w. ! i'-tT.-B, lie j ij! iii l'wty Lw 3.Vnt " 'ii ui! Tt tr -:'jfLt cvilifti-r !'.':1T wn Stt' ! fir. K'jasrf. wij !, M J'p H J iil Li'SSii t -i?,,y. U t1:' ' ' f .l-ifilin 1 "inrin'iti. I .!-!. 't ir' l.cri t'.'-y tnii' ii. t ii t ,lr r i'-if fi. r,;. r.'itic . .t- tli.in t: .'y ;.'! 1; j i.l !. a. TL' n-'tiiit.cti t 1'Kil i- !,!; :it!"u, will U- a . t- i. I ti.jk' that J if -liftiMU I,tf ti..pl.l. mul 1 y t,' every i;.att in A'.ii'nc t .4t my i'.-n-' an rci h Lim liirf'tili i';e Vti- Aul. j.'-iit5ffiiet, l t i ii oiie f u d j ur lic't Juty. Ia t n !v firm an tl; t rnil Li'! f ajr , ui.try ; i ut l' t : kin.i, ian- ihit- iy , tiiat ctssr etritifC fj-!nU h : eini,i; ttirud. iti.td after thev cIkx-w r . ,, , , , t tjl- f tl It .1 UK ill J k' V, fcll j 5 , , i K , . I , . ; t!,i l ift tw he v arts liavo j ut tlu tic i w lvf". ut i f puwi-r an I ciit i f t!ie , . , . , , , iCi.Uet .i nirn, ati'J .ri-vo.j win ' fiM ii ant ti tin ir own j-it-t , . j ' j tl. , l, ATiTi'iTv r 1 1 t I. ! itl. ; ..-lua'V.'' ii4i ft; "mm ! , v - i i, , , f ii i ! lie New V'ik .n,'f of Alainl iy , . . , , ,i r-; lu-t, .i!l r CuiiiiMf utility np"H tlifl in-! . ., a i i flllllUtl t llVflltlall Mild itM "laullT-Ill ., i - j lliatalL-eiK, iMtllCH til tliC Cnlll'lllMall . , , , , , I that the Horcheadit are t le tini'd Mm- ; .. .. , i , ,, ply far ti" jmrpoHC ol dividing tin; I.f-, ... ., . .1 , .1 ti . .... , ! itni.lia'ii. I'urlv k.i I i.'il tlif !) mart ats i I - ' i may elect their tuiniuee. Uiat Horace (ireeley rhoull allow hiiiiMelf to be used in thin vile effort to throw the government into the hands ! of Mr. Amount Jielmont, and ins loiiow- cru north and nouth, UAtoiiialieH be. yond measure many of Air. Greeley s heretofore warm political admirera. That the Democrat are playing a neat little game of "head 1 win, tails you lose," with the umbitiotm Carl Fchuri". element of the liepublican I'arty, is as lain as daylight to any one not among the deluded victims. The 11-raUi says : "The Democratic managers in our judgement, have not tho remotest idea (if accepting the Cincinnati ticket, nor the remotest expectation of a ticket from that (jinn ter which they can ac cept. 1 hey arc doing all they can do to bring into tho field a third party which will draw its forces from the ad ministration ranks. We think we are perfectly safe in the prediction that on the 8lh of May Mr. liclmont and bin committee, will issue their call for their national party Convention and for the appointment of delegates thereto from all the States, and that this Conven tion, in order to maintain the party or ganization intact, will nominate a Democratic ticket on a new departure, ignoring the Cincinnati Convention. There is no alternative offered the lemocrats which does not involve the dissolution of their party. General Grant is stronger than the politicians everywhere. We have a letter from I'cinisylvaiiia which, in defining the position of Colonel Forney, shows that even a division of the republicans upon State polities and local rings will not affect the popular strength of Grant. An attempt, therefore, to merge the democratic party in a bolting repuli lieati party would probably carry over to Grant half the Democrats of the country before the end of the battle. This danger will be avoided in the nomination of a regular Democratic ticket in due season. With this event, should there be a ticket from Cincin nati before the country, it will disap pear like the Cleveland ticket of Fre mont and Cochrane, or, from deficien cies in recruits, ammunition and trans portation, it will be reduced to a feeble guerilla warfare of as little consequence in any State as that of the labor re tanners and temperance party in New liaiiipslire and Connecticut." M.taTt-.U r.KTVK. The Trov Ve of Monday evening, . , ,. i la-l iievoii'i- a very compiiinc niary auioinu of iu valuable -.pace to n review of our i remarks In la-t weeks Jot ns a I. upon that ' If reatet humluiK of the present day, i Carl St hurz, Cnited Mates Senator from v"' ,s ""l '? " " by no means to shed any tear- ut present ! I. til i-eirvf las "evil tAMel-" far lliit :(iiet funeral of the Democratic party, to rauie off on tie tih of November next. ; I I... lu.ii:! e liaule in ln-l Ul i U's .lal 11 ' n vt can be seen by any true Amei ican j ciiieii, and it means ju-t this, thai when j tiertnan, r Freiieliinsii, or any other j fiireii'iier sects lo lieeoini' a citicii of tins ttie onlv rn-e rouiitiv upon ihe fine: , 1 ..I il.. A....,!. 1 .1 l.l:r-i: ... ui nil; ( .iitii, lie iiiiiiiiiii .1 ail limn - inr ; S-huf c.e, h ave "hi strong all.'n h-! meiits t.ir dermaii manners;, (ierman 4.u!!ntl l.'tthtT-li, baclrd cy uie yV.4 Uhes Urt-re were more men In the Seuaie LkeCari Slur. We .L.nt dotilt if. S ban i iu iut j the La.H t f the J !. i-tjt party at..l rf t.i:r iLe Wi ";:it HK-t" to !. m. I'.at it -lit l : ! the j-cpj-" aie f (iiii.i. Our a h i e U ir I U atc t- npaii 'atl S-Luw sialics ("'lonrit. Tl. 'iii:. very i; ; f j.rUli iv, head-. it kali on this Mit-K" I ''('ii! S htirv . Aiii!.".ti"il. If ii U not alt adi rjcalr , '!".i,i-led." rit vt Not( inU r ,', fWt Lim bis tsd'itkal 'uirJrii wiih fail J I "mission to go to i many to edu. s'.c Li Lii.lrcn, ' fit renew 1,1 friend-hip with Itimwik. j lulls HMdM.TlH IlltS-tV HT M IIMI IHII Hlllll tlUIMHIIIIt 1 lli, II-.'' al-ov e is t!.c l. i-a-lmg of s r y j f.ia!y written article in tie I ivy i"nf ' of Tuesday last. Vi answer yes, unqualifiedly. ; Tit, t.a.e i.f tart!. -leu an lliiri s.d.:.et ! . ," , i : 10 tls I'rrn in Imvitij; a very goi-J i , , . . B , " . . . I if"l"t IM tlllH KCi'ti-'IM, aill W C trill-t tllilt j tin- Huli-m KxU'iiMan au-1 Tror i lV'f-tan K, II. (,IS will irictruct tin if ... , , . . ' , ; : will r'onal.l! rouin'cti.iii as will e-! commodate the iOijilc f ehteni er- mottt Valley and lenefit the lusim'sn interesU .f 1 ry. There i ntr id nasaii why tie Tr' K IWf.n trains Wd n..t run -Nolth H-nf.iitgtou. or the Harlem l.iiti'iiMiia tr.iiim tn IIoiiMtk Junction. , lie attar tiim wim d le the most 1 ei ijiiiiiiiiciil one far the laili'iuoH. A far tie .'illooiusai Ilulniud the people nurtli of lienniiiL'ton leid no ' 1 , . special intcrei-t in it. It Ik looked tip- 1 ...... on a a move miuiilv itn'.itieul. - 1 ti... n ........ ,.r;i . I in; i ii. d.ij n i:i ii. . "If there had leen life and energy enough in the WulloomRae enterprise to answer the purpOKeu of tne Hlowctit going sloth that ever gnawed bark, the road would have been built by this time," We can assure the Vw that the apathy it speaks of, in regard to better connections with Troy does not exist here. Everybody desires good railroad connections with Troy and the West. Up to this time it has been under stood that the Troy & l'ostoii Co. would not do anything for us north of Bennington. If there is a disposition on the part of the Troy ABoston man agers to meet the Harlem Extension Co , in a liberal spirit, the Harlem Ex tension people may as well understand that they will bo expected to do their lull share in giving us satisfactory con nections with Troy and the West. 'Ill AT TIUl'VM MM, About eight months since it was staled in the Vermont Senate that if a charter was granted for the building of a railroad from Bennington to connect with tho Troy it Hoston Railroad near our state line, a thousand men would bo put to work to build it within nine ty days. Several of our Bennington friends are anxious to know when that thous and men are to commence work. Ben nington has said we want the Walloonr sac lioad, and expects its projectors to go on with the work and put it. in run ning order. We up here who think the old road should be run to accommodate Ben nington, and towns north are beginning to "guess" that the Walloomsae Iload leads to Montpelier, instead of Troy. How is it gentlemen of the board of direction of the "Walloomsae" do j'ou mean business F and if so how soon will you break ground and tciea will the new Troy connection bo made ' Ifyougoto Montpelier this fall it must not be on an imaginary line drawn from Gates Hotel lo the Burgess Bridge. We have waited now almost as long as we did for the connection from Ben nington to Chatham, that was fifty sev en miles some of the way "uphill," your line is only about seven miles long, shall it be said that you are be hind, Park iu so small a matter as building seven miles of railroad. Iienningloii County is waiting to see you move. Your talk Las Leen pleasant to the ear, but il is now time to put on that thousand men. IVKI(I Kl UK THK. t.llKVT IIOHK. The Iloosic Tunnel connects Connecti cut and Massachusetts, ami is built through the Iloosic Mountain. Itfer' Ittiznr. The above is partially incorrect. The liiiinel ctmnects the two States named, but runs beneath Khode Island. Its length is ;'7 feet 'J '.'- inch. ". Tulliim) County (Ct.) J'ftjm. Neither o the above statements re wholly correct. The Iloosic Tunnel runs beneath the ground a distance of four and one-half miles, connecting liuston and North Adams with ail (.oil's creation. Jluonir 'ti,y Set's. ( Xurth A'l'ttii). It is evident that all of tie aluve are ' incorrect. The tunnel Is only an outlet for the vast and overcrowding bus . Kit onvi-i.ii nf 7 ri.inlit 7-aii IV.'vr sines - j.. .-." . , no! The tunnel is the "outlet- for : the U'!loomne l'.vle-iii.ii. rimiiiint from v..v .... , ,c tantiy e'im;l.eO to wuiies the bi.tie ainl gcod tUujf f..r tla railway companies, j bat t poor thit lor lie country. Man itfa'ture. is tie tudy remedy." !UT;!ir, Aj-.i;l 1T2. M. t I It: Tie. "i-t.t fti.!.r u.l eitJ'-erltT f yi:t F.i-tl'arit -atri-i-jctrl iit in liis art;. !, !!,! 'HaSk .)u. -tan !' t'.e; k .1. tt'-ft- ll.-iollS 111' "1 littU' VttllH' Ui caue ti.ey are evi,!.-ntly drawn fiom : tli t,j K!H , 4n orgatoation ohall M.-rie. The f!rt ..r W to te at l.Saited knol dge i f the ratif ef Jit- l,c tle y-lcts prr nidi nt ol thi. and tie i 01,1 rr"',t' 1 '':' Tie old mi:.!iiii ..tii-lo -lion wtiotij; milk j.roduccm. and' (ir(.si,J,,llt ,ic0 ..niJ,.,.,!,, e.-reUrv I111 ' l,a k ,,r " A n.:iii,tfri.".tii-iT i f the nroioed 1 i . , , ., . i rvnif 1 to cover the w hole. That l-cauti- a Hi s,i!k.1i rf.ia,.aa.p ii no F'n'r! Cl1 and treaKurer idial! 1-e tie eectilie , . . .... ., , , . f il ..;r ra.ii .. ..1 S i i i i. . .. till bllliilinj; eri'i trd lii-t nuuiiii r, MHUl, at in. a.M.tcg far their r .navul. ' hoard and M.a!I he e eate.1 annua 1 v. ,, . . , ., , , , ,, , . , ! i te n.i-ili'iii , vv tut the roimiionn lnont The real railne ot conil!aitit M iurf Tla, .,.) r.,:i,i,U .,r,, violin ' , , " , , . , , ., , 1 j J1'1 an'' ei.i.iaoii j ruTiMon , f , ,,i,u) ,10W 8tM.t,i p, i, ,,ut u(lt. t that nn-K wtlieap. and faimetsdo not . givri , tLe wf.lk,.r n,1tc r,Tri.. u (.vV ruong)i ,(1 im!i,.im ,lial iC pet ptio enoti).'U. Middle men ,.,,,(; wit, tl,e Mr.mgrr and ta each ' new to tie netted will he e.-nal, at least, tlia argument, and they have made it j (l,e Vi,sl ,d vc t OWI ia,,ger. (o any eliind l-ttildins in lie Male in answer for a cover t. double dealing j ,U( vonr ciiiTej.nidetit gravel v ask : ! I"''"' 'f arehiteetural Ix aui v, ciMiveiti f"' .V an. j "Would it l e wisdom to luild in, mu h m'n' "'"ronKhiie.a of e.u.M, lian. Not If tin- iiiokit ovei stalked and' ir i ' mm h is know n, exaept w hut I'liunt ap- ii int maian i i i ii am, unu , a i-yniiianv . If larmera cannot trust ' , 1 . ' . 1 il . . .; ... r .. : I ;,. ....... ' . ... . . ; pearsncen ami ptvimt iiIioiih unllrnte, the price of milk is low m coitsnpuem e thoiuHclvea to do their own luinenn, i , , ,, , ,,' the farmer has no cause of complaint . j Tie real cause of complaint i, tie fanner does m t get a just and equitable share ol tie proceeds of the sale of his milk. The customer pays liberally; Freights are not exorbitant, taking into con sideration the care and trouble in volved ; ami yet the farmer receives only a mere pittance for the most valu able production of bis farm, and the farmer is wronged in this division of proceeds of his milk by two classes of middle leen, viz.: The commission man and the peddler. It is for the in terest of the commission man to court the favor of tie peddler, and to appear to work for the interest of the farmer. So that it is not really safe for the farm er to make any distinction between them but as a general rule his safety lies a little distance from both. The cause for middle men has been the perishable nature of milk, and the consequent necessity of having a cus tomer provided on its arrival in marketa and the same cause has and will al ways be likely to give the middle man an advantage over the farmer. Com mission may be understood, freights and expenses limited ; but tho report of damaged milk is made by the mid dle man and cannot be disputed by the farmer. The farmer also complains that the middle man handles his milk ex pensively and dishonestly ; rxjirihtiirh because he injures and loses cans through careless nciss und inattention, and by mismanagement in distributing! threo times more men being employed and supported than is absolutely re quired. IHshunvptlij, because adulter ates the farmer's milk and creates a false supply and by so doing lessens the demand, and, in the division of proceeds, protects himself at the ex pense of the farmer. The farmer is not satisfied with tho present system be cause the wrongs and ' abuses that ex ist or that may arise are entirely beyond his control, and under tho control of middle men. The reason of this is ob vious ; all of the middle men who re. reive and distribute this vast amount of milk daily, taking all of the pay and dividing with the farmer as they please may meet in convention any day, and at very little expense and by organiss. ation and union take any measure they please ; to hold and exercise any de sired advantage, and protect them selves against the charge of wrong-doing as well as sgainst detection or even suspicion. On the other hand the milk produ cers are scattered over an area of over 80,000 Bquare miles, and cannot meet without incurring heavy expenses of time and monef. Any candid mind will realize at once the complete and unlimited advantage the organized middle men have over the unorganized and scattered producers, and every farmer will chafe under such an arbi tary and unnatural rule, and feel hu miliated and degraded to know that a class of men by a little management, takes the well earned fruit of his labor and lavishly spends it upon luxuries beyond Lis reach. But the signs of the times are ome noiis. 'I he great mass of milk produc ing farmers Lave become aroused. And as they are compelled to support and milk their own dairies, they propose to market their own milk, pay expenses themselves and pocket the balance without any dictation from outsiders. But the exact method of doing this has not been fully decided upon. A general organization of all of the milk producing interests has been ef. fected ; plans and suggestions have been solicited from all interested sotiiees and in answer to the call the executive board of the Vermont and New Yoik Milk Fro. Infers Association j have unanimously submitted a plan of operation. Ihe Housatonic milk pro j din ers have in mass convention ap j proved and adopted the same plan. The I Orange County Milk Froduceis Assoi i j ation also recommend a similar plan. ; But your Fast Dorset correspondent ! dissent and as I have already taken up ! too much of your time and space, I will : briefly notice your rorrespondents ob jections and ft' .p. ! - - fcos , ,.).; that tic plan recommended by tic v,.... ).... !... . executive board of the ermont Asso elation will not prove acceptable to a large munler of milk producers ; but he Las no right to ay that "its advocates ! reared by a small white pusy, in a do not ex nee t it 'will." and he Las rio'Iittrr oilers cf the regular; not expect it will, rii,'Lt to say that a lar'' majority f milk produces Lave not already given I The most desii u.-iive lire Hat f fr their Leartr approval. He Las lo right I W,J :--,'-v, oirtirrel M'cdi.es.ly . . , tvciiiiiif of last week. The t.. will ex-: t i say that lie railroad campai.ie, are ; f mvitad t, ukerne half of tie stock.;. ,n ,mmo,id 13J:lf Ai. t t.e nan al.il less ngni v aay tnai the 'company kr Ut retain one half of the pr'iceedij (f the sales to pay expert, Wei 'h'UMj tetlltu tin) lal'AIliC to tic fiJiTirr. Tlx HAtenwsit we the rtu!t vf rJcK- n !iii? t-r t tH- cratliir. errri w.J arc in cith.-r c-(' Mt,fa;r an, mi-'i5rv,.n .,v-,:e. .t. (,,,,, , t:t . t. a i-l tf i:. u. ia! av i itaiH -ravi l tlmt, tha itii'ik J railuc it ulaiijr ! . !i main liiif I i iiiiovl II farm an oiiraiii.'aliati and tin the next I'fKt thinp; for then) to do would If t i (-hip their milk labeled : "To tie (Herman milk peddler New York citv," and await reM.il ts. They will be nearer to tin consumer bv one set of middle men at least. The ob jections of your correspondent to stock companies is common. It is true that they often fail to benefit a particular class of men. Hut stock companies have done much for the wealth and prosperity of the nation, by developing its resources und overcoming diDicul ties that defied iu divided effort. J K. McNAroiiTos'. Danhv, April 10th, 1S7". Mr. Editor: In your paper recently I saw a letter from a South Berlin farmer com plaining about sending milk to New York, and trying to show that it is better to make but ter and cheese. He gives as one reason that the cans require more care from the man, iu the winter when sending milk to New Y'ork, If butter is made, the cows do not require much cans iu the winter, and in the summer the women do the milking and butter making, and the small boy drives the cows to pasture in the morning and brings them up at night. Tliisinakos light work for such men as I imagine your South Berlin farmer is. He is probably one of tho kind that does not tako into account, the labor saved to his wife and daughters, and consider that all he gets out of them is clear gain. If the cooking, washing, mending, ironing, baking etc. to say nothing of bringing tip a brood of children aud euro of a family in sick ness and health is not enough, why add butter and cheese making, so as to "keep the women folks busy" while you smoke your pipe and scold about the railroad and town bonds. 1 don't pretend to know anything about how tho milk is managed in New York, I mean the sale of it, but if it is not done honestly, why don't the farm ers set up a place in New York and sell the milk themselves. I am sure New Yrork people would be glad to got good pure Vermont milk. At any rato Mr. Farmer from Mouth Berlin, take into account the labor saved to the "women folks" the next time you write such a letter to the Journal otherwise you will get a reply fl Oin A FAUMERS WIFE IM DAMIV. 1K.ACIIK.KS RXAMI.VIATIOKS. SaArTSBi-HY, April 22, 1872. I understand by tho last week's JouiiNAL that candidates at the Teach ers Examinations for the ensuing year are to be marked in Civil Government. But, as I understand it, this is not one of the subjects required by law to be taught in our common schools. I hope the day is not far distant, when teachers shall be required by law to give instructions in this vi-ry imjmrtant subject. But until such is the case it seems to me hardly proper to mark teachers in it. I am glad that the questions to be proposed to teachers the coming year are to bo more difficult than those used last year. This is pro gress in the right direction. One thing does not seem to be fully understood by some of our teachers yet, namely, that licenses run out on the first of April, instead of holding good a year from date as was tie case pre vious to last year. A Fkiknd or Cum. Schools. Our correspondent, wo think, is slightly in error iu regard to tie re quirements of the statutes of Vermont in regard to civil government. The statutes provide that competent teach ers shall be provided to teach among other things "the History and Consti tution of the United States," and "to give special instructions in the consti- itution and principles of government of; the State of Vermont." This would in-! elude civil government to a certain ex- tent and to a far greater extent than! most of our teachers, we fear, are quid-! lified to la? examined.-- En. Jorusu.. 4TA1K IIKSIS. Hiram l'. ikins, Ks.j,, of Walden, Las a -j,.orjwMrat. . U r a flossy hla-k bine! I ,lof Ml flir frum ,ir,.(, ,() j Ion-.', and a boa-like mane around the neck, full six Imhen in lentfth, and taib as large and long as a fit's tail. This cat j kind. , Vklu!4j ,t nnn, which wm entirely de-. j itroyed; Insured for .,. The dry j honsi! and a lot of hinder belofj"iri to f-winy ,V rurm viae ft'i- iS. .irvir,i, ' J ft nnnil-t rT a-1?"i:iin Vu:!ii were ' La.lSy (Imnaj-f ,1. 1 l,e cv . t U - : in ttiai'C rjiin ut t I W i 1 1 iini'.!. In nw ine t. a ! !. ciatii far a'. ! the V-!.li (ot ('?i;;'m' mm j n f.f K:ti! 'id, t W 1 'C?it I'V a ti'ivi'i! train. '1 1, i.! Ii in rwitak. I "1 , ' f M .liil, n I'lll V (ill Malalu l.rj m tin fi'Ullil ilil'll a i) liOW anJi'llli all tin- Mir' (if Ihe fill cm'. It U ! ! m f( it tnuit . .' I (II I I 'i 1 1 11 III 1 1 III IIK' IlrtlMl l) ; Mim1illg i,u own truml. I5.it. judj'tng from the paH und what now nppenri.. it j i ipiile ciikv to inmlne tint St. ,1ohm i hnrj- i to he made an ed.totiional and lil- rary center, from the beiieln-en. e ol two of her ciiien M MM Kit ItKSOHT II Ms. The llreslin House at Saratoga will not be coiupU'led for this season. The Mount Vermin House Ml, 1 1 tion N. H., was destroyed by lire on Sun day. The Fiiiino llnuse, Manchester, Ver mont, w ill open this season luiie ! -I . A large number of applications have been received for rooms from lie day the house opens, a very early season is expected. A. T. Stewart, lij., has lately pur chased the (iraml I'nionllotel i.l Suialoaa for $.r.:t.',iiO. It Las been rented to Bres liu, Gardner & Co., for one year lor fso,. (K. The house will he open from June 1st to October 1st. The rent must all be made during that lime. About $:;o,ooo a month or fioou a week, or 7'.'.'i a da v. The Yandcrlip Hotel, Maiii hesl.'r, Ver mont, will he opened lor lie season dune first. The Kim House, Manchesicr Vermont, will open for the season dune ls. n. dye!;, I'MI Ul (N FOUTABLE ENGINES, riiovt 5 Tti 121 iiiiiikk I'awrii, nui mihiii.k i tttkiim 1.1 Itllli Ks, Ittl'iAltV I'OO'S ISIlTOSHIIfl, IKH.I.V'S ANU nl'UKli ItoTAKV l't MI'S far Quarry au.l Mill Wui'li, hIh.i CAST ASkt Wllol OHT IIMN I'l 11-:. All sizes Fur Water, Nli aiu ainl linn. All kin. Is nf Fittings l''i x In re h, Hti-siii tout Water .itui,ri.s, HI. am Whistles, (ilaljn V.ilvi s, Slesin, tiiniK ainl Pi t I n. ks, An. Itflllll:lt 1IOSK AND IIKI.T1NO, 1.KAT1II I! ItKl.T 1MI AMI I. ACINI), 1:1 nni a AMI i lax PA) 'KINO AM) COTTON VV ASTK. KnfiiiiKs ami ntliir Quarry M m-li i ti.-ry im t In opemliiin lit short iiiitirn. Also, SI.-hmi, Water and lias T'lttiiiKs. 1'ahhoci.aii aTTastiuN i ai" to m'Ti.Nii lie I nrr.si! Factuhieh. II. 11. DVEll, la Meri'lianU' ltow. Itutlaml, Vt., March 2ntli, 1H71. liilltfl (qOBKW'AHNKI), FOKEAUMED. BUKNHAM .V TEMI'LE, Blti.ano, VlllVlUNT, FIKElNSrKANCH! LIFE INSL'KANCF, ! ACC1DF.NT INSFBANt Eh The old ".ETNA," The old "HABTl't )IM," The old "NO. AMKIMCAN," The old "I'lKKNIX" 'J'he old "IMI'I.L'I.M.," 'J he old ' ITtANKLIN," And many other -iniid and reliable ( "oinpaiiies, iiii liiiliii'.' I lit- i.l I;: i iai I fltAV KI.FB'S I. II V. AND A 1- DFN T INSI'BANCK COM I'ANV, lilM'.ih) Sll I. 11 V EFJ'.NHAM A TUMBLE, General Insurance Ag'M.ts, OFFI.'A IIOI'M; V.iJK h, j ; k ; Xermoiil. I.. L. W 'Y.MAN I. O CO. A li S T , U TSiVtLiE UTK AMi 1 a I LI 7 ( o , KauU rv Foint ! vnnvA Vermont, Deal lis. .!.! ?.. in Hi- , tv i, a man !!.. -.) ami J ns T' J ' il I O ' !l I I' A ',itt ..,,. M L . !. I u-i (.1 11. . , I s 1 ,, i'. i.l. ca : '-' '' -a-lC.'!i Ni'I I- t l..'i mt aV t'mii. . I !, e i...', k. 1 i i w ' . i !i at . !:. 4 1 .- -. Ii.ivI.t t.iti.l .! frraantl , t.l: ll U4l.ec ).. I ., . .v..ic..i I 4li.i It -! t is ut li. r .'-. i.ii. h. .f t':. t Hi. l.i. -li'ON Hill, i l-v s-.ii. i,tii..l, i Ac ol la'i. s.;. (.! I '"!: Ml.r. mi iMi lit i u in sa ,,.i Ti !. 11. t,- silt li. . V I- I II U MAN. t'iU.' ii.ia.Vt H IU si; Mir u. pr:i,k. ii,,,.,, fr.oii.1, I ai Via,. I. . i, i . an o... Hal I" I tii! I . I ..! i 1 mt, .!!-. ! the r4 ,1.1.1... .11 Pi. I;.. VV ,li lw ., ,'t,4J. ! A -i.li. C. A l it KIT. ' ai.lifv la i.nlhst V . 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