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THE RUTLAND WEEKLY HSRURSDAY. NOVEMBER 25, 1875. THE RUTt AM .HERALD ttiu -Mrs,' JWWotidwoHU":Wanii' to. read in. Rutland,' '-' -v. Hon. Martin Q, Everts : ; intends', to return: from the West the : first De; oember. .',.'. :.''-.'-;;,XV .;yv: ',:.v'':; " It is : qUe.;irol)abie;.' iiiair'a viight train to and from 2ew iYork will soon be put on over, t W;: naflem -'.Extension' railroad. ' ' ';.';" ' ; ..'.'v' ; :: ; A Mr. Miner, nephew of Mrs. Mary E. Bagley of ." this town, was : recently killed at the ' Centennial . buildings in Philadelphia. - Ue fell from ths roof of one of the buildings. We understand that Mr. Lucius Bij elow, formerly editor of the St. Albans Advertize), --will spend . the winter in Washington, as correspondcRt of the Beaton Hira'd. dun. II. If. Baxter, '.and. family left for -New York on Friday, to spend the winter. They will reside lo their Bw.se recently purchased by Mr. Baxter , on Fifth Avenue. ; There' was a large attendance at all . the churches,, on' SundayV morning. At Trinity church, Rev, Roger S. Howard, P. D., former . pastor of the., church, preached a very able sermon ovt the-text: "Quit you like men; to jttronff." .Men are at work for. CoL Proctor and Mr. Thomas Ross, removing the ma chinery at the central shaft of tbe I loo sac tunnel. It -. will take about four weeks longer to rejuove It ; aTJ "tv rltut. land.- ," :- -v -: ' ' ' ' The Hates House entertwned thirty, niae guests through; ;";&n4ay, yf these gentlemen-are- thorouglj musicians' and tuty entertained' the' pair'ons of the house with some fine muie, principally . selected from the bbci.k ot Mr. turnkey. The bar for selling liquor in the building of ,T. C. Thornton on Washing ton street has been taken out. We un derstand the proprietor says there is no money In It, and he throwB up the , sponge. " ; Sr?ires With sermon are held each -Slay afternoon at the iichool house, at ' HVuh1 Falls, different' 'clergymen . official, iifY a p.. . Vet recoil preacheu trt, ou yUijay- " ftVj wjn Prearu !hfcwc ry third Snclay in the month i3urtog.wjBjt:; -r jtin K. Ricbardwjttv.ehM tbp xt Sun day af teru'xm.'V". , . At abimt 11 YiVsunday evening the brilliant ' lauts ';.5U.iv ;aDd Saturn, Which hiv-' krnet ' orvkV,jjieT for so mtiny wetltfl, mad- fy ,ar approach to erch other. TlieexMVjifroh f conjunci-ton wa.- J0:4". p. ni nv tngtoa tinae, It bough they v?ere vry nnarly in conjunction r all thf' eveuWi fc fl il wtMi Iwn ctra friljwr IK.ui .sim. till I li. T 1 I '.nrin.ii.rii -i ..vi t.. I ,..T.4 .... - .4 U y.le wi'li lnm:i)fi sit tht writs. Tin- i i'in ocdint of tbe'l'roy I'rt, who aceonipaniod tbe excursion over the lew York vt Canada railroitd to iton treal, justly, it jec.mj to us, says it noticeable hw '"are a mun.-rftr of nu the world is indebted to for the twnp lo tion ot the rosi'd- Whe there ar many claimants 1 dvre not discriminate but null tbej'i Jill; tisidt and name the projcclur .bim! creator of the toncl t.io'iiwK!w'-i(i' vla'm his rishtfuW honor I. Y. ;PaHV'r." ' : ' V ' The .Mendelssohn Stc'ety met in Simons' Hal! Fr'day night and organized by the eletiou of the following ollienrs: President, John N, l!axtr; Vice-Prei-denta, Henry F. Field, Johu N. Wood.-: nit, (jk'Orge Q-, Day, J. H. Meeker ; Svc retary, Horace H.ister ; Treasurer, Clias. W. 5lus.-t jr; Lir"riaii, Johu'C IVac; Auditor, ChHiles. V. Harris; Iord of Directors, A. V. Walker, L. W' Isl ington, E. A. Morse, C. A. Parkhurst, F. M. Davis ; Conductor, George A. .Mietzkc; Pianist, Mrs. L. Howard (hat terton : Assistants, Mrsl It F . FifH Miss m-i M:..'Rtt-j. '. The.' "first ni0S tor rchearsil w'ri! he held or. evening next.:' : ; The Herwick Hons; ,.Ht-5wly es ceapd beins; burnt Punday "ttnt- Shjrt1y before six o'clock tire w discovered In a room la the uortb- J of Ike-west wla, in the upper ."t,jry- ll was ,Ust seetr in th Us'': Uouse by Hiram Haney, who ru to h Berwick and gave the aian"- was fouad on exam ination that 'he tire caught In a bed, but how is a p'Ytry- The room was unoc cupied, "" tnere w,'re two bdi on the bedst'''- u oue l'u'se beds the fire C1gh', and, being noticed early, was pat out With a few pails of water. There wa no damage done to anything except the beds and bedstead. An alarm was sounde 1 and the engines came out, but the fira was entingu'shel before they were rtay to be uwd. Change of Time on the Rutland w':-V".w. - Road. "There had been a change of time on the Rutland division of the Central Ver tnont railroad, taking effect on Monday, Xov. 23. We have not been able to get a time table yet, as at this writing none have been received in town, but Supt. Burdett, on application of a representa tive, gave us the time of the arrival and departure of trains from Rutland which are as follows : LEAVING EUTLAND. Going .East. Boston express, 4:15 a. m.; Boeton mail, 12:10 p. m.; mixed, 3:30 p. m. Going 2tort?i. Montreal Express, 1:30 a. iu.; mixed 6 a.m.; Montreal express, 12:10 p. m.; mail, 2:30 p. m. AEHIVTSO AT RUTLAND. From the North. Boston mail, 11 a. m. (This train runs from St. Albans via Rutland, and no train from it goes over the Central road. ) Mixed, 7:20 p. m.; New York express, 10 p. m. (This train arrives in New York at about 7 a. m. From the East. Mixed, 9:20 a. m.; Boston mail, 2:2o p. m,; Boston express, 8:50 p. ra. This gives the best New York night trains that ever have been run to Rut land. Connections are made over the Harlem Extension railroad via Troy. We regret very much to lose tli night traip for Boston which has r.vi so many years, but the managers inform us Hint the train has not paid expenses for some time. . Death of G Jamieson. iljuiy of bur reaiiers will be surprised t Itrarn of tlie deat.h of W. O. Jamieson, formerly a telegraphic operator in the Rutland cflice and latterly a ' conductor on the Harlem ratlroaJ.. ' Mr. Janiieson died of brain fever at : the Bard well Houpein this town, Friday, st ' aboiit 1 o'clock, fie was sick only -a very abort time, fie w a a yonng man of generous impulse, ood business capac ity, and had hosts of. frieiuls who es teemed htm . highly. He wa- ,at one time the night telegraphiG peraU r, re ceiving Hkralu dispatcher. and has act ed upon several occasions as reporter for the Hepalu, doing us nioj-t t-vct-IU-Lt sttvi.'-e. ' WW' mount his rmimiciydeath. ' Mr. Jaruiesi ti leaves bthiud him au iavalid father and ''mother,, who Are deeply amtctvd at their great Ios?. Brilliant Wedding- We have received tTo V. A. lr"i.l ki.us, the folt-)fi:vir . acinamt of a Wedding iu Whitrha!l '. ; WrInesdiy of Wt week with.'es3"a" v-(a5 brsithnt wedding iu Whitf-h tH Ur. H. O. Sexton of (liens FaJls, vu4 iriiitii! in the V.iVy. bonds of wedlock to Jennie, the. Ix'HUt.i tifu! dunghter.f-f l'r, A. J. ' anl U'. Lon of tbia viliA-. T'tKj con-itu'iiy wast .witnessed by a Iara;c uniiU'r ..f i- - L i" . .1 1. ...... ,h'nu iiOWivv . ri-noii i .t. i-j'i "M'iy, Mjs ll Lung of Ha'Jat d ;;:.d Mks .Wrtiie- WnU'Oii of Whitehall, ing H Vilcu:-Mi-. John Merrii ' Whitehall AT.d 11 r. J E. Honirof X: vt Yorli, wcrst'.w unHHiismtn The I n to lwkc.il cU:-Uhi r. ('.4ese! in an ele-rr-peari lav u.Vf i k ux--, with : dl, trimming'-, xitm .sj-k.'iv.id4 icti white. AfTxT''-i tiJv vt -e o-r.. viif, eUone !oh thti $?.. say;"V:v'-j.H drew. .to -the Alio ji' 'gtlH ga'uf WKiciiii ."lih;..!- p?.:ii'.i"'d-' CongxatuVatiuiis w,;!; i 1'f:A and Mrs. Sexton, iiir,'i ; tii'VJ'i''l''1f"', teriuingling of the gui'M-wiVf 1 uuid the hour ilrw near t'or.thv Uajj.y couple to depart oti tln-i-. ruhil t nr. The rwesehts were . V. y nuuu r-';;-, i-h-gant 'ttiwi 'e ?ll y .'' ' w cr,; r(im tl-1 fik-ndsin lAutl-'iu'.t oiiijer phic-itf. Tt4 briihi wrs a nu-cK ol f-- L-JKgvf R ir lvd.. .. Police Court Walker. The loss is estimated at $10, 000, on which there is an insurance of $5,000. The Vermont Mutual has $1,00 of this and the balance ia in com panies represented by Barnham & Tem ple. Heavy Weight Last week Mr. Justus Collins, of Ira, butchered a pig, a few days less than eight months old, which weighed 384J pounds. It was of the Poland China breed, which was introduced in this county by Smith Johnson, Esq., of Ira, and of the same breed as that which General Baxter has on his farm. Killed by a Tree. T. L. Sheldon, a prominent farmer of Rupert, was killed Thursday. He drove his team to the woods in the forenoon for the purpose of getting a load of wood. He did not return and a party was sent in search of him. He was found wedged between two fallen trees, dead. It is supposed he cut a tree which fell partly down and lodged in another, and when he attempted to cut the sup porting one the first one fell and killed him. Change of Time on tha Harlem Extension Road- The following changes of time on the Harlem Extension division of the Cen tral Vermont railroad took effect Mon day, Nov, 22. HOVrNG SOUTH. Mixed Leaves Rutland 2:40 a. in., Wallingford 8:25, Danby 4:20, Man chester 3:40, Arlington C:35 ; arrive at Bennington 9:55 a. m. .; :; . Express Leaves Rutland 11:00 a. m., Wallingford 11:25, Danby 11:50, Man chester 12:23 p. m., Arlington 12:4G p. rn.; arrive at Bennington 1:45 p. m. New Yorh Rxpre sa Leaves Rutland 10:05 p. m., Wallingford 10:25, Danby 10:47, Manchester 11:15, Arlington lt:40; arrives at North Bennington 12:20 a. ia. This train arrives in New York about 7 a. ni. MOVING NORTH. . Montreal Express Leaves North Bennington 11:05 p. m., Arlington 11:40, Manchester 12:05 a. m., Danby 12:40, Wallingford 1:05; arrives at Rutland 1:30 a. m. Express Leaves Bennington 9:45 a. rn., Arlington 10:14, Manchester 10:35, Danby 11:04, Wallingford 11:30; arrive at Rutland 11:55. Mixed Leaves Bennington 3:15 p.m., Arlington 5:00, Manchester C:05, Danby 7;40, Wallingford 8:35; arrives at Rut land 9:30 p. m. Tbe 2:40 a. in. train moving south from Rutland, and the train north which arrives in Rutland at 11:55 a. m., are the mail trains. The mail north brings the mail from fast mail train out of New Tork. bringing New York morning paper and letter mall about thlrt minutes earner Jo Rutland than 10W. Cephic-J, has o. in':' "hut wa'cr. ll twi;aiiu in ttu way lie is 'ioit", i)f a'.drlukini den "ii Wiles street : a while aio I hi det . was fa id to bg tr.tnferr(-d:i'' W Frank -f.hu-i:i by nit-ans of what, out of .oi t,:iy to the pers-u) who drew H up, wa mlicd a "le-ase:" Onii wpfk h-?o h ptrs-n) natued Mah-ir, 'we believe, iUi t he prt f k of '"'Sttve, ' a.u one . I.CmJ, .votc tiiiU. t hf-y procuietl il i i u U si in thi-i V!eti, . :: ?! from the. bando-f .'Jobin. There'. j'iIm'i au adjourned caw? aaaio.i him which was to come up on the sani:; lay. When Johnson learned of these .nxninul.aU-d cases, he adjourned iill even'-nj, and tbea under cover of darknea-? let out tor York State. The ofllc-TH of lite not being satisfied with the 'lea:' ncss and this manner ot evading tn alty for selling iu i). on Stf unlay Cephas K. Sfo te, the real pmpr'n t the den, to appear forthwith. Stone armed himself with that piper iusir.i ment called a "lea?e," and appem-d at the court. He proluced tlie "leas;" as proof that Frank Johnson was proprie tor, but the officers did not choose to ac cept it as sufJjieut evidence. They thought it strange if . a man leased a place that he should give the lease into the pos session of the man from whom be hired the building. Stone was now in a di lemma : if this offense was counted against him he would hare to go to prison, as it was the third, arid Johnson was not present to answer. As a last resort he had the trial adjourned until Monday, the 29;h inst. '.a .v, hH ' p u fliC.l r of Fire in Mendon. Tbe factory of Walker Brothers, of Mendon, was burned down on Saturday forenoon. It caught in the third story from a quantity of benzine which was accidentally tipped over in the vicinity of the stove, by a workman who was finishing window curtains. He was alone in the building and could not con -trol the fire. An alarm was given and the people turned out and fought the flames with pails, but it was useless. In about an hour the roof fell in and the building was Boon level with the ground. The post office and store of A. Ben net, the houses of Amasa Nichols and Widow Heath, on the opposite side of the street, were in great danger, but were saved by the efforts of tbe citi zens. The factory wa3 a large wooden build ing, three stories high, used for the manufacture of cloth and window cur tains. Tfce lower story was used for a finishing room, the second for a weaving room and the third for the makiBg of curtains a .branch recently added to business. There was not a large quanti ty of stock on hand, but the machinery was valuable some $7,000 having been expended on machinery alone dur ing the last two years by the Messrs. Decision Against the Old R- &. S. Road. La Mott W. Rhodes, referee in the case of George Barkley vs. the Rensse laer & Saratoga railroad company, hes just decided the case in favor of the plaintiff for $800 and cost9.It was au action to recover the bal ac.ee on a contract for the delivery of two thousand cords of wood by S. H. Hieine, Rupert, Vt. The company denied having made the contract as al leged, and alfo that some of toe. word was delivered after the road had been leased to the Delaware and Hudson ca nal company, and the Rensselaer & Sar atoga people were not liable. Agricultural Meetings-' The Vermont State Board of A$iic.ul 'turp, Manufac luic 3 and Mining ' will hold juuVic.'-: vee1vnsr at the following places : ':.'. - '.'- .- : West Rutland, Nov. 2'j and 30 ;' Lud low. Dec. I and 3 r Canaan, Dec 7; and 8; Rochester, Dec 14 and 15 ; Che-lsea, Dec 10 and 17 ; Hinesburgh, Doe. 22 and 23 :' Ba-rro, Dec 2$ and 29 ; . Cabot; Dec ,;'.) and 31 ; Irasburgb, Jan, 11 and 1. '7tt; Franklin. Jan.' 13. and U; F8' yetie villi', Jan. IV and .19 ; Ponlffet,' Jan. 20 and -1 ; Or well, Jan.-.25 and 23 ; Brandon, Jan. 27 and 28. - Programme? of theie nitt Vu: will appear ia the local papers, an?! different programmes wiil be. presented at each meeting. The &im of thebofird Will be to have tinwe (Htfrjecta presented which are of rarJiculafvalw . to the farmers, and It in'; hoped tWi rv?ry farmer will feel 'frtse tv take 'part in tho J-'sftsioaB fol'ow hyr each p?p-r. ; . . Rev- Franklin Tuxbury, 'Plie follow iug i-fesoluthina were passed by theEcciesiaslical'Conrjeil in Iiraadon, Oifi. IHth inst., on ihC; Ocjiasioii "of the: dismissal vt Rev. 31f,.Ttfxlwry from the pasLorate of the Congreffatioual church : 'lis,.ht. 1. Ttet wc have IjAtt-nftil i with deep 'uiUjrasrt to the jurlinn ol -.the t thtuch aud S'irlety upon tnc letter . of i'r-f cat kn-' - pi hi pastorate, by l'(:v-: ."fVklin Tftxbnry, rerji-)h'iai?in-ji xp'trii i't"-.1 wHt and -coFumeiK-tifiriJi m ina'ni I jjT,-iisctft. by the lTirToIu'tiOii. of th' i'-i'J J"v". ..' ' .'"-.' (.-i . -, ' 'v.,i'Vof,' i. '.-hiV i-ifiv-f b.i.h ilstor, I f-)ir-i,'!i f,nd ttyfiviv. are Bhanarfos3y aSTff 3 thaJ : it jft -tljal i.jiw: pWbQr ".e'i1i r'"u ilw'l:y.-vwi.:j&6Ffe?-,y niWr;wlHf "tlte- c' u it r)Kt- "jiiil- :-'ifiK y hrartily-eOBSBWud 'Br.o..Tuxbnry to the churches An a faithful, preacher and., worker for tbe Master, id lv ce nend this clmrch auxl 8)f5et.y to th care of the great Shepherd, who fhv supply the.m v.'iMt all o&eoVd gruc? in thi.- trial. '.V.v.v?f'if, 3,- ;Ttmt' wc review with great aatisfacti'-rt.i hv pro?oij:d, s'.vcets iol. Jtiiuittry :( our broitu-r Miiojt l is r:eone... au.i are coiild-nWUit- !' ri.-Mr and correct pnuiicititliu of B laical truth, intrepid defense of th l.hpt;l nd cfeyout ehriatmu work, will loas bo felt as an uihe'dviiiiT and. unic'ioratisTj fvr.ver among th jn. . . HeMkfA -i. Tha.t thw tauncil eotu mend tht? action of the church ia. the cordial evnrt-fcioii ot their kindlv ' feel ing towards tin; rfctirlng pastor that we ive them our warm sympathy in the lois they austaia. May the Ureat Head of the Church a'pecd'dy give them another liade.r, who. f hall, strengthen them in all rightwu'isneHfl and spirituality. "HhV. K. P. ilooxBit. Moderator. Hkv. W. X. Bacos, Scribe Mti. Haven's Address on Teirt perance. The ifalUm-ihg is a coinplete copy of M.r. J. M. Haven's excel Ifefat .liUrew, of w.'h Mine. at tin- openiuij ()' the recent. ftimU'd nw-cling of the ; L-Kllesi' ft ate 'I cmperanci-Convention : It is my privilege, my joy, to weleome every one of 3ou most cordially to onr hearta, our homes, and labors, too. is it not m cheerful response to the dear Lord, for laborers iu his vineyard, that we are here to-day in such goodly num bers? Have we no mission given into our hands for sacred keeping ! Does not our very presence here indicate we are inclined to believe Ave have ? A strong man said a few months ago "Woman has a mission to perform and Cod is sounding his trumpet call, to arms, among the Christian women of Amer ica." Does this mean you ? Does this mean me ? Does it mean anybody, any thing ? Shall we not give most earnest heed to its suggestions, differently ac cepted necessarily, by different mental structures? It comes to me with over whelming import, and I stand before you asking and feeling who is sufficient for these things? If we have this mis siou as I have firmly believed the past five or six years we had and were re sponsible for its proper fulfilment, can we, shall we sit idly, indifferently, blindly, sinfully, while the impetuous current of intemperance sweeps away sixty thousand lives every year, one thousand two hundred every week, and one hundred and seveEty every day, not to detail the immediate instances of wretchedness and woe to be found in so very many of onr homes, all our com munities, our State and nation? To day our outlook just demonstrates to any candid observer that our noble Christian women are heediug the trum pet call of the Master, "To arms." The simple yet noticeable fact of our hold ing a Woman's Temperance Convention at this time in Rutland tells us there are some eager to Etay the mighty tide which is undermining our strongest foundations, destroying our fondest hopes for our loved ones for time and eternity. 1 have greatly appreciated the variety of intelligence that has come to me from many sources in very, very thrilling re ports of seed-sawiag in most desperate localities. In less than a twelve-month behold a glorious harvest, such as must fill the heart of each temperance worker with praise to the Giver of all good that ne has eo signally blessed human efforts in answer to the prayer of faith. It has been said with much truth that woman can have it pretty much her own way if she will. If ehe will utterly discounten ance all drinking in her own house, make drinking unpopular as well as dis graceful among the young, she can do more in society to make the nation tem peratothan all other means combined. If total abstinence was inculcated by each woman in our land it is quite cer tain that this very hour the midnight darkness of intemperance ' that shuts down upon us with such horrors would roll away, succeeded by the resplen dence of the noonday of temperance. While we should not deprecate the hu manitarian aspect of this reform, as taken in this aggressive battle, we should realize our weapons are not carnal. We enter the conflict in the faith that worketh by love and inspiration, faith in the Christ who has come to be the Savior of rum-drinkers and rum sellers alike. Humanly speaking, weak woman must yield to the strong forces arrayed against her. Divinely speaking, the battle is the Lord's, and victory . is cer tain. Let us not sav this is an evil that cannot be removed, the obstacles are tod formidable, but rather say most posi tively, "Thanks be to, God who giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ." "We are strong in tbe Lord and in the power" of His might. He maketh the weak things to confound the mighty." . A missionary party once crossing the nrairie. one of them exclaimed, "See, see, that red glare, what is it ?" They htof addressefwerl P. Davis of CavendiflSf , T , . . . . . -v . .1 . I . pur. rar ana tion. x: u. uoddo T r " and others of the trustees ! oer. shadinc his eves with his hand3, cried out, "the prarie is on fire, and it is spreading at the rate of twenty miles per hour. It will destroy us and noth ing will be left but a few charred bones to tell of the party crossing over the nrairie." What shall be done ? The of the institution who wer v"rui rThese were in hearty commendwj tuc cAauuuauuua - auu uuttuaKeuieux. f r the school. , PKIZB EXHIBITION. ' On Friday evening the prize exhibl tion occurred at Hamilton Hall. Thir teen students participated in this exhib ition, six gentlemen and eight ladies. The ladies gave select readings and the gentlemen declamations. The music was under the direction of Miss Hattie M. Smith, teacher of music. With few exceptions the readings and declama lions were well given. Among the best readers may be mentioned Misses Lin coin, Stearns, Fuller and Davis. The eentlemen deserving special ' mention are Griswold Kendall, Stearns and Tay lor. The committee of award gave the prizes to Kendall ana jmsses Davu and Fuller. The people of Ludlow were pleased to nave another opportunity to listen to Miss Smith, in her excellent rendering an old trtt two solos.. Miss Smith was received lOOKea anu waicueu, wneu uu ii r . , fintbn asm. and lhw amiir, With great enthuiasm, and the audience gave her an encore, to which she grace fully responded. Miss Patrick, who had been under the instruction of Miss Smith, made her first appearance in a very finely rendered solo. She received the well deserved compliment of an en thusiastic encore. Her voice shows the trapper cried, "we must fight lire with . i -Ti h- i S fireorkl work! Pull up the gra5s;flvect dnl wh.ch M.ss Smith vocalization. Nov. 15. ' Out of gives in Town Notes BKIDPOKT. p Something like forty years ago a com pany of young people, eleven in num ber started out from Bridport on a berrying excursloa across tbe lake. They were a lively, merry company and were singing among other things Kirk White's well known hymn : 'Afheti iiuiwliallcd tbe ni2Lt!y plain.-' make the circle larger, larger, larger ! Quick, quick, I feel the heat upon my hrow ! Quick, for your lives, ttdl up the crass! Now for the matches!" They. searched and found two. Hastily they struek one, and it failed, utterly failed, ne match ! and the fire coming in the distance, leaping with its forked tongue through the dry grass at twenty miles an hour ! Only one match ! The mission ary baring Lis brow said, "God help us, for thy great nime's sake.in our extrem it y. ' .Every lieart feit t h w oi ds, and the lips, uttx'ed' "AnHirt!" They tunck i, -;.-niitit ftw. the erass ictiit ed - a3 the fi swee.ps'routid them irr a There was quite a brtek breeze t the circle they march an,' '.t-r'uimphanl, exult- It'itue, though they oeemd to have no ant, vu?toii; iburrl.hstrumentaT1ties. ! fe-ars, and began the second stanzas--; be whali they -may-,. w' :are as feeble a . . -oiioe upon thti raging ea I rode. ' thfe-Gnemaleh;'. without "Lord's bless .. il0ging iis heartily as ever, till they ing.:-:rwe!iSJm..-yoa':';:esrtaJly.to O' reachttl the sixth liue, . -man's work, for" I ikhow your conviction' ' . are In tUatV direction, ttet: you reallzv it struck, loeaeit to mi th tide." with rnetlwe ;is'.-iHach-. .pending upon ovhen the wind veering the boat was our faii.hfulness. -'or ' nnfaithfulness "in '; capsized and nine of tbe company were hindering or.helpihg the pT.ogrt.ss of the frowned. . The bodies of seven were Croat temperance reform - which signal, jwd recovered and their funeral held fzd.tbe establishment of. the great He- the following Sabbath, all being buried daWs'kUigibit'im'.'.llic.' :arth. . I :n mio grave. , Tte tlderly -lady who praise God for the woudrou? develop-, furnished . Ihe , aV;ve account, . whs a nients of the few 'past years. Christian!--' 'Gui;T woia a tin tinw, and .he everywhere, are coming . to feel and ;pik3 ot "it tv (wml'tv of 1'k- grca' kartveledg'too,'tfcat.'thwf religion i.f ' trlemnitj'. little nioment ir , .lb"y & tot ; Xov. is. m active mhwj - n vpevii.i.e. auce in its bri'"ifc3t soopt. lntelligenr - 1 4 I the toirit of the most Ilmu is oreatntc? : r-'r- . w;""1" . "v,uu"u upoM Uie norm, xne somn, uie east auu. f.-.r; , . - -, til-W It can be naneht ele tha: I luthe staging came down, flying, with lieport says that our doctor anl shoe- fnaker got a little out of their hna of Lucy Lee, Clara Gowing, Sarah Rugg, Mabel Spencer, Mary Carlisle, Minnie Johnson, Daisy Warren, Eliza Holden, Herman Stearns, Milton Bemis, Hugh Bemis, Herbie Heald, Ora Heald, Guy T. Taylor, Georgie Mclntyre, Charlie Thompson, Jimmie Smith, Waldo Stev ens, Charlie Church, Schuyler Johnson, Charlie Dwinell and Eva DwinelL The following were not absent but tardy : Artie I. Abbott and Miltie Warner. he following were absent but one half J una and Bertie l inley. The TnnS were absent but one day : amis, Ada BmitH ICarrie Farns PuSftiS16 Ual1 ani Adams. Jennie Uazleton, Xe sS, 'aS Smith, Carrie Gowing, 1,. 1' r,at tie Stevens, Daniel AL Orrison Holden, Ella Stevens, Sarah ne Farnsworth, Mabel Bpenctrt attie Robbins, Carrie Smith, Eliza . lic,,jcn Charlie Ordway and Milton Bcg' Number of pupils, 57. Average attend ance, 50. The winter term will com mence December 0th, with the same teacner. . G. W. Hadley is nuttinir in a new street. B. Nov. 17. State News- Will Clark, late conductor of the Renssalaer and Saratoga railroad, and later a manager of the Evergreen Slate company's works, is now in the grocery uusiness at vvn tehall. Among the indictment! found Ju Chi cago for alleged whisky frauds, is one against rranK A. Eastman, formerly of oiontpeiier. . Mr. O. F. Barron, the weil known landlord, has tendered to the Dart mouth University Crew of "H a compli mentary dinner, to take place at White uiver Junction, at tbe Junction Hotel. on Thursday evening. Tbe directors of the Vermont and Cau-uU ralircad held a meeting at Bos ton, Thursday, and elee'ei Ur. Jeraes R. Nichols ard William Muter, both of Boston, president and vice-on s:dent. and A. G. SafTord, of St. A!1uls. clerk and tnmsurer. The WoodJUrt-k Stwuturd r author zed to siale that the loss ot the White River Bank,' of Bethel, by the ncent failures, wi'l bi; lt'9 than .15,0(K). The bank ha3'an imdiv:d?d jirofits and sur- nus or yf.y;iiK.ri. The impoitant ueftion, whether the Statu courts have i rrisdlctkm of cases where a nttthmHl bink is a party, came up at Mon'pdicr Tuesday, the court holding that lhey had, but the matter will be carried up to the Supreme Court. eoU'd give such uniformity of though: r e wp, aaa several seats uju.u tuiu u . s. Wcr brokpn bv their Rtrtnn ntT tnn and. , 'J t'l ;nly. 1 he doctor was not IS much in K. a red Nov HiiKTOIWVII.LE. The snow storm of the 10th inst was severe one. The snow fell twelve 'anil nvmnap. SO SimulUueouslV. It W txhirt- our duty so plainly marnea ou for us, with all the light am euoouragenieut we have, we shall b" Verily guilty of doing despite to th' Soytte,lH of tbe universe, who woui have us Q.Llrelv loyal to Him, especiall' when. Urydly would prove the salvatiOi .ftiches then, and the wind blew so tt4 of tltelirtt '.n race. I am truly graj- '6ue road, at least, over the hills to Ti'nl that a kitd I'rovilence has permi- Iplmyouth wa drifted so that teams lud ted mc to tsVi.r.f-nce and observe sori' to turn out into the lots for some- die- i.'p.'Tt.ain orjtr 1 itance, m order to pass at all, a;il on th- 1 ' 1' 'letitifftd' iuv'ft.'f with the st i il j J 1th the snow fell seven inches more, sn wKti-an's ?w pera nir rfaii?iUon I i-tr that now tubgs U-ia t look wintry in kHt'vv rtcheird o't'. What 'haft triiDSj ih't ite-d. Ttirftf iocbes tuore of snow fell si act is '.beyond aiiylbiMg that had ;i-n tiie. Jj'.b, makiESj a lvUl of . twenty 1 rwi rs-.twr.'r 4-,ri7ti -i;u. Prc't'ci t i i vf o Lncles vip t'- November 17th tough wut'H the Woman s-NU''i'nal Chnstui TeivipeTfiiM'e 'CriTofi was orfR!iizvd,' i" t C-J.evirhivii' tto'''w : M.'vntf-'-yK-'''-' ; pnsskient fo.r-.'ihe- "Sta'i'e-of --w!" 1 ' weather. ; IW X-rV. 37, M i 1 r XhC ' utter :-rra V -lioth. local a; ;u.Teai-d ai- -it-, v 'ta ft.S'.'tVe;' Lathasf .'hu-i-Khcry". 'f o intf;K" f.H.!l . Ub'Kill-. ,"'.'A. -pOkfUD'H'. Ot CAiT Wt :tv(ii6rft& ttwJrtS W frjt.Vit' t liJpr rtrt : i he. Aoraia-1 scuool has over Jlhiiw'WriWi Us Jtoi'lf .'-ifilw'vtars, most' ' of them from out c.r23Umij;;Vcfto yof bVH.::."'Ph( out-look h yery encour. wi?ii-d to tMFiw ,.iaVrlWrs;hHve dom- Th winter term of the public so hi u-r me nmuat r. .aw. wenaiUKH)iPgan the 15tb, Mr. C. E. Cook, er,MoorT.j(; .i ixjwm . s'lwx , w . lejiftvwra- ant rtnti)(Hal '" h'sis-- !ofk ' "hftpeiuliy to wtii'b KiK'ct'f. .'.Sii;kiug hearts,. . "headt u;..1 brtp-ds' M tw be patie-ui, persever iu x workers : "For the eyes of the Lord ; The oyster sunpe run to aiiil fro throuiihont. the wholt j10 jnft. was a earth to show Himself strong hi the be- tju. "sjosby"' walk'in", tiair ot nma wnose neart is porui't ro i1Wjlv. Those -' who attended ward him, "Je strong, there -ore, ainir,l1hB..lu, vi.,T1din ,nntifnl s irincipal, and Miss Frances Lake, assis- lant. One needs not much courage to truarantee satisfaction with all our fchools this winter. r on the evening of success in sidte of tint "sjosby walking, which kept many found mini v. let. not" your, hands be wekj..fryjnr.t-nd aM ps,n.0(t, that the ladies of the work -shall; be rewarded. ;- .-; lEp'.pu church- well deserved the forty ,,- -fioUars 'ot net proceeds. Ttie school propt-riy ktown as "' len- wooj Indies' Seminary' kt Weft Brat- tieboro, hud come lack luio the bands ot Prof. Hhara Or-utt, by doorce of th eo.urt, nd - be is negotiating for tli'i esiablishmcut of a tialcal boarding schtil of a . high. ordtT, f or Ujys and young men, to be opened in the spring. The voters of Plymouth voted on Sit archiy against the proposition to nond the town for the narrow gauge railroad by a majority .of. three. . The fall term of. Middlebury College closed h;st "Tuesday, anl a vacation of six . witks . follow s. . The bpring term cotnicwt ta on Thursday, January 6. Ttte property of C. Morgan and J. B.. Rogers .C. Mirrgan Sr Co .) -t Roches ter.VJb, .as fi:tfeC"hvd last.' Saturday, by r'-1 vi :e (?icer frtim "Bethfl; to fatisfy the ;;' .vV!'.o'- f i.-tr.tvir8i: . . " '' .'--' -'I- i ''''"'''.".''-.''''. ' " . '1 . ; fX; .-ivar'.'tM-y-i;ir.'(lU -girl hutt eloped fnw Ni.-rii, loy witU one Cht ory, a ilixrriod man.- Sh ctK'meO v ': s -u.voat-J in boy's clothes. Thj Yotniir Men's Christian Asstx-ia- tiou baa inaugurated a rousing revival at Springfield, over 100 rising tor prayers during one tveninir. People irom neighl)oring towns arc attracted to their meetings. . , Examinations at Black Academy. : River-. " ..Vest The ladit p are preparing for a "Har- Hfime service at the churcn on .Thanksgiving day, and intend, on Chris- The examinations at the eVr ivf the fa':is eve. to give the children a Christ fall term of thisinetitntiou. wrr.- held hms tree in lull bearing. A ladies' aid ,ft ",., ' v . 'pi Society has been organized, also, to aid on the 10b,. 11th; acd. l?ih ,t." I he local auJ otLer mom nUli charities. tirst day wa occupied with' cbsseft in -f It.a (U1 in wind that blows no higher mathematics tiaaiyi .a:d Latin. .'jR-har,.' said Sambo. That's what onr Prof. TnYlen's claiies in the classical dc- licrcbants thought, ot the wind that partmeid showed a thorond: kn'mv'edee Brought -the snow that made the slosh uvu iiul principk-s of Jtiu and "dl creaia ucwauu Aur ,Mfl,suws 1 - k ti . ,2 i i... ii. : ... i ...i . i iue nui'si iiiit' luitiir iu ei'it!iet of fun '(.! reek. p ror Th il de ntonst r.-ith nV o T ' '.th ? "-fcev- 'bloi'u in Hobi'noii s hh'ivf'rsal. 'al gebra ' aft : ir(ic.t , almost without ex-oeptioa.- This class has been- finder -Ur direction of the preei ijin.ss- during the term, hi higher - English Miss I'rautico'a class in ar.a' ys recited with jf rent exact ness. - : Thursdny morrdng Prof. Tddeii's class in Zeuoiihou's xliabasis and natural philosophy made a fine uppearauce and is that i-tsed of this fall's weather by an o'd itihalatiuit: "Sour weather," he called ft. ' Who can condense a better dt?cx?p fion Into Onr" word ? f "Ucfiil if not ornamental,"' may be fiid of th late addition to the I iberal tSuirch. It'frti't the porch where the. RfM-t "linsi'.red. entering not, but watch ing for his love," it's only a kind - of abed to keep the" water from running in si- the bacu door. V Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Sherman recited with unusual coirectr-es'. philosophy examination The wiitteu examination of the course. The students were thoroughly tested and ac quitted themselves finely. Miss Love joy's classes in arithmetic passed each examination without making errors. Miss L. has filled the position of teacher of mathematics several terms with en cellent succes. Miss Prentice's class in Guyot s higher geography proved them. 4 selves thoroughly acquainted with the work of the term. Thursday afternoon Miss Robbins' classes in French were examined. Tniswas the best examination in this department during some years. Prof. TilJen's examination of the senior class in Virgil wa? one of the mcst per fect examinations to which we ever lis tened. The senior class in the English department was examined in geology. This was ajwritten examination and gave evidence of dilligent and thorough study. Friday morning wa3 given to Miss Love joy's class in Algebra, and the 6enior class in tbe English department under Prof. Tilden in mental philosophy. This was also written. The class is quite large and all its members proved themselves to be thor oughly acquainted with the science. The class iu Caesar taught by Miss Pren tice showed very exact knowledge of the Latin language. The first hour iJh'VK a reception on Friday evening, for ifi'ir crM-i f i- Mtv,itli Silinr?Tiari RnH lit was the first e8tem 'bride. The house wax filled Thursday afternoon was occupied with the class in physiology under the direc tion the Preceptress. This was con ducted in the topical method with ex planations from an excellent series of charts. The entire class showed itself to be quite at home in this science. Prof. Tilden's class in plain geometry equalled in clearness of demonstration and precise knowledge of principles many college classes. Miss Lovejoy'a class in history of Vermont, and Miss Pentice's class in rhetoric, occupied the remainder of the afternoon. Each class ith a joyous company. "All went .qerry as a marriage bell," An epicure vould have found no fault with the fection provided under the suoevin intknee of Mrs. D. D. Cole. We shall ill be pleased if Mr. and Mrs. Sherman ifevail upon their son to remain in Cas Jeton. However, as he is one of the lind of men that succeed in the West, e opine that he will eventually settle lre. ; J.Irs. Jakman meaus to let her light bine. That lamp she hangs out on dark evenings cheers many a plodder on his vy to and from the store or post office. 'AJlittle more public spirit would light otir Main street from the' bridge to the jejpot. But then, those young people wto love to walk in the dark, each ten jerly supporting the other, would all be Iriven to the side streets. For their sakes we will do without the lamps. jrMr. Bixby, our new photographer, recently had a narrow escape from detth. The stove pipe he was "fixing" rail up the ceiling, and while Mr. B. was atiwork upon it below, it un jointed abive, and the length falling, struck him upon the back of the head and neck inflicting a severe but not dangerous vrdund. 4-Justice D. D. Cole had three young men before him, Tuesday, charged with defiling the Bomoseen House. If the la had allowed the Scotch verdict, "Mot proven," it would have been ren dered. Nobody doubted that they were guilty. Boys, there are nobler aim? in life than to excel a mischief. Turn over a new leaf: M, Nov. 18. OHBSTEK. 1 he school in district No. 3, (North Chester,) closed Friday, November 5th. The school bas been very successful un der the charge of Miss Phebe ;A. Bull, of -Athens. The following scholars have been neither absent nor tardy : Jennie Hazleton, Hatiie Stearns, Ella Stearns, Alice Smith, Carrie Smith, Parties tu North field' ju'c selecting monarch maples for keels of vessels,for shipment to the sea coast. The first one sent was estimated to weigh seventeen thousand pounds. The tragedy at Fekhvide, three months since,' when Mr. Ebenezer l)v;n.more attempted the murder of her three childreu and then disappeared, has a sequel in her death iu Illinois, a few days ago, though her wanderings since the event are still a mystery. A West Brattleboro boy nut with a queer accident, the other day, that nar rowly escaped killing him. Some cows were in the yard, and one of th m, in tryiug to hook another, missed her ob ject und one ot her horns struck the boy iu the month, fracturing bis jaw and badly injuring the roof of his month. Reuben Getchell. of St. Johufbuiy, had ho educated dog which knew how to kill ?heep. He gave an exposition of his method in the flock of John Bacon, 21, and immediately afterward tbe fick inventoried two short. Soon after be got into the cold lead business and that ruined him. The reports of the engineers in charge of the New England river and harbor improvements have been submitted to the chief cf engineers. Iu Burlington harbor, the past ti:al year, 28,805 have been spent, and $50,000 are asked for the ensuing year ; during the same period Swanton expended $11,914.44; asked for $10,000. At Otter Creek the fierures are respectively $140.80, and $4;J,145. Mihs Elizabeth Story, a highly res pectable young lady of Fairfax, was violently assaulted Thursday forencon, while walking to the railroad station, by a burly negro tramp, who had very nearly accomplished his purpose of out rage when a neighbor came up and the negro fled. Miss Story was not serious ly injured. The citizens at once began scouring the country in pursuit of tbe villain. At the New York and Canada rail road banquet at Plattsburg, B. B. Smalley, Esq., responded to the toast, "The State of Vermont," and spoke of Vermont's fight for the New Hamp shire Grants, and called on Col. Cannon, who said that Vermont was under the purest democratic government. He compared the productiveness of the east &nd west shores of Lake Cham plain, and said the New York and Can ada road was built in advance of the ability of the region to support it. It was a great enterprise, and was chiefly brought about by the persistence and impudenca of Smith M. Weel, in im portuning President Dickson. The question whether Yermoot w be represented in the Centennial at Phil adelphia text year, was settled a the affirmative long ngo by the enterprising firm of D. L. Kent & Co., who took the contract for furnisting the tile for the Art Gallery, a magnificent permanent building, for which the State of Penn sylvania appropriated the sum of one million dollars. We see by the circular of the Centennial committee that the building will cover one acre and a half of ground, and after the Centennial is over it will be used for a museum. The tile with which it is floored is all f ur nished byD. L. Kent & Co., and is composed of white, black, red and blue marble. The white is taken from the Vermont Italian quarry in East Dorset, the black and red from Swanton. and the blue from Pennsylvania. The con tract is nearly filled, and the millions of visitors to the Centennial will have s good opportunity to see Vermont's most noted and valuable product, her unri valled marble. Manchester Journal "t Colly How She Goes." The fast mail train on the Hudson River railroad, usually passing the sta tion at this city about 7 o'clock a, m., was on Saturday last behind tame in consequence of being delayed by an ac cident to a freight train. An old col ored gentleman stood on the steps of the depot as the train rushed past at a speed of sixty miles an hour, and when ne heard it coming he began to put his Bueciacies on ior tne purpose oi seeing the train, but before he could get the glasses to his eyes it was too late, and except the smoke from the locomotive there was nothing to be seen. The old fellow put his glasses away, leaned upon cane, and said : "I 'clare to good ness, honey, but dat beats all I has eber utlheerd a noise, smelt de smoke n rMDne but neler seed the kears. vif erbilt is a cuss su&h as you - 7 ,aager that followed on the part of the agfd man was comical to see, and he soon made his way from the depot, muttering aloud, "Pse gwine to dat place ebery morning till I see dat yar lightnin train ob kear." Rfar. OUR BOSTON LETTER. Another FouliMurder Politics eatnor. Boston, Nor. 18. i , 1 . t . . . . i iteiou nas been again star- tied by the blow of the sssass'iD. Satur day evening last Thomas P. Pulsiftr. i well known citizen of Boston, who has been identified with the provision trade of the North End for upward of twenty five years, while returning home from his stoie ou Prince street, wss set upon by two highwaymen on Parmenfer stiet, without any provocation, and la &n instant of time tc-a!?!i todrtitu. Tbe motive for the deed is aupposed to be robbery, as "tbe victim was known to carry considerable sum of money. S jv era) hundred dollars and a valuible watch were found upon his person after taking him home. So far as tbe robbery, the villains were unsuccessful. His fu uiral tftok place tiday, at tLe Church of the Good Shepherd (Episcopal) at the South cod. Th- church was well filled with friends and rtUtivrs, iromlnent aiiumg whom were delegations from the Ancient and Honorable Artilleiy Company, MasonTc. and Odd Fellows' or ganizations, acd a large number of prominent North End men. His re mains were taken to Forest Hills ceme tery, and placed temjiorarily in the re ceiving tomb. Une man baa been ar rested ou suepieiua, and has been identi- fi-d as beiug iu t.h vicinity of the scene of. the murder iu company with two ottwrs jmt previous to the commission of thu crime. We are now on tbe eve of cbo eing our mayor anu aiiermen auJ city ticket generally, Tbe election takes place the second Tuesday in December. The only prominent candidate for mayor is the present incumb.mt, Hon. Samuel C. Cobb, who, although a Democrat, is as usual ruu as au Independent candidate. Party lines are notot much consequence in our municipal election. Tbe main point U to elect an efficient and thor oughly honest man. No fault has been found inth the administration of Mr OobtoiVurt ,l te prM IhM he will be bcon VouKlt f.irwsiM on various qaea. tions. ch as tue anti-commissioa party, who do not Udieve in placing the con trol of the streets, schools, hre depart m-ut, and the like, in tbe hands of com missions as is provided for in the pro posed new charter; but these candidates have m-t as yet received any indorse ment. Tfce question of the new charter we shall discuss at further length in time. Suffice it now to say that the ob ject is to simplify the details of muni cipal government, and put the control of the several departments into the hands of able commissioners who shall make it their t-pecial business, and who shall receive a salary sufficient to insure the attention to duties desired. Caucuses are to be held iu the various wards to night, to nominate aldermen, common coined and ward officers We have had a loDg rain storm, com mencing Saturday evening and lasting until Tuesday evening, with slight falls of snow on Monday. About three and one half inches of water fell during the storm. Tuesday evening the weather cleared off, but grew very cold and wind', reminding one of March hares. Seal tkln caps, ulster overcoats and furs have made a general appearance on the streets during the last two days Sleighs are alvtrtiaeti and displayed in reposit ories, skates are undergoing repairs, and prep ra' ions for winter are culminating fast ami a good bat against an old one that we have an Indian summer during ThaLksgiviug week ! Such is the ac curacy of weather prognostications! Tli VNnlT. ances. At this time gold la the cheap, est product in this country, and there, fore goes to settle balances where there is a demand for it. If there was a de mand here for gold for nse as currency, tbe vacuum would be supplied by cot ton, corn and other usual articles of ex port. Besides with our industries based upon a gold standard, like those of oth er great nations, we can man if acture a multitude ot articles ara expon mem, and compete In the markets of the world. Now our exports are chiefly confined to the raw productions of labor. Senator aherman. H 5 j ? -3 3 -5 S3 sa a B mm i C A.LL AND EX A MINK r u fc. Perforated XSiiclfnlciu Public Opinion- I shall always consider it my duty as a citizen to alvocate aud promote, as far as my ability KOfS, tbe cause of sound currency, which, with yoc, I look upon aa inseparable from that of true prosperity, public morality, and nation al honor. Curl fichurz. It is reported that the sewmg machine monopolists intend to make another ef fort to secure an extension of the famous feed patent the approaching session of cunjrciS. Sewins machines which now sell for $00 or $70 could be sold for ' or $30, if the royalty which is ex acted forlhe feed were abolished. Troy Time. The :Temjcrauco" vote was cast by Republicans. Had it not been thrown away, the plurality for Bigelow on the returns received, would have been re duced to 5,223. In the whole State his plurality would have been nearly, if not quite destroyed. What has the temper ance cause gained by this? Why are tbe temperance leaders thus playing into the Democrats year after year ? N. Y. Times. From Henry Wilson Americans may learn that it is not necessaryto become a blackguard or drunkard to succeed in politics. As simple iu his tastes and manners as when ho as a boy breathed tbe air of New Hampshire hills. Mr. Wilson baa yielded to no weakness ex cept intemperance in labor, and for that his health suffers. He is a Christian in private life, but does not parade his re ligion for political effect. Uticn Herald. The question of currency and public honor involves a moral obligation. It will never be settled until it is settled right. The public conscience was arous ed about it by the shameless appeals for communism and repudiation, made by demagogues in Ohio, and by Butler, Phillips, Blndle, and Democrats 5n Pennsylvania. Every attempt to put the question out of the way by compro mise will be vain and fruitless. Sooner or later, justice will triumph. JV. Y. Tribune. That article which is cheapest to the country of export will go to settle bal- HE MWll. A VHKVFSiTIV Ol .Neuralgia and Uueuuiathiu. Jutthr! Uilag lor tiit- eh&age&rie oil mat. No one should txs without them. 0 HI N. u. FOR REPAIRING looe ia good shane by expeilnce4 workmen. OLD FUR3 repaired ofer to look almost as good as nw. expeiltf nc Ired ojer F E N N lids jiwl returned flora NEW VOKK 4 Large M&.k vl DrtiKS medicines, CHEMICALS, TOYS, FANCY GOODS, Skates ami Sleils AYhlch w ill pay yod to cll aud eiamli a before purcnairjs elsewhere. REMEMBER AT ritAXC'i rii.vvsi, NO. 13 CENTER STREUT. RUTLAND, VT. NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS II. R. DYER, o and a etNTtit arm ir. IRON and LEAD PIPES, ROTARY and STEAM PI M 13 RUBBER GOODS, LEATHER BELTING AND LACING. 8TEA3I, WATER and OAS MTT1NU: AND FIXTURES. FOHTABI.i: TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK TO ORDER, Andlall kinds of Jobbing don proiniu and at naUsfactory imee. - ' ' Remember the place. - lnylOdAwu G ROVER & BAKER ISKWINU MACHINE. . - Their work does not rip or break on the bias. BEST IS TilK WURLI r ult i"A. lux U3K. tie them before yoti purchase K. H. WKRK1AH.