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THE UCTLAND DAILY GLOJilO, FMIUV 1UOKNINCJ. MAY 2, 187!.
ZTho itottund gaily (U.bc. FIMDAY MolINlNd. MAY S. 1BT:t. Itl 'l l,Mt' ..M VH'I.MTV. Ili'lii' irs.il r tlx Mitolfiil Feslhel flinrils tlii. nt'iilti'inl :!!( n'clnel,, ill tin' Y. M. (' A i mils'. 'I'lii' l.liilliollini'il ill' l,tt'(llll(iHlt Kii.uU ihti mi' in enjoy 11 May I My D.imo at tin liutlin.1 Opera Homo litis (1'iiiliiy) i'c- IILII - ('. II. Staples linn eiiino out tin' lirst f M.iv wllli ii "Hlniiiiinj;' new truck. It is lln lie llesl Hull;: nf llie klliil wo have ever ivii In our sliri'li. Il lias Ihvii well wilil llie llrsl swallow due-, not nuike n stiinnior. 1ml when ynu ecu man in it lini'ii cii.il iliiiiMnj; Slur Wilier mi ilr.uilil, ymi run In assured Hie lin n in I- looUiui 'I'lii' Irllrr of Mr. Cain sluntld Imm ap- pencil In llir llivt issue of tin (limn:, lint 1 1 10 crowded slate nf iln ciiliiiiui-i prevented. Attention Is ealleil In I In nttiolo enlillnl 'Itriilliei1i(ini1 nf l,ot'iiiunt'tvo Knjrimvni," mi (lie llrsl pane. W'v are infiiitiieil tin vv resile fur the iliainpiniislilp nf the I'nitotl States, be tween llniner S. I,unc nf Now Yuil; anil .Inlin Mr.Matm of' llntland Mill conic nil" at the i lly of Troy on the 8tli nf May. The fnner.il nf IMniel Wliilcnnili was at- li'inlc'l from hit Lite lei-iileme on Main s-livel, yeli'iil,iy aflernoon at !J o'clock. The religions services wen conilneleil liy liev. Dr. I Inn Id, leetor of Tiinlty clinrcli. 'I'lii' follow lni; p'lillenicn noted as p.ill I tourers: ,1ohn AV. Cranilnn, .lohn A. Sal isbury, .1. 51. rnlnain, Thomas T. Lyon, S. (1. Stulcy and Jlicliacl (Jiiinn. Tlioic niulns mi (i ti'inpornrily dopn-iloil in the tonitiat lYosl slrcet oenielory. They will In taken ! Slooklniiljio fir lmrial. The train on the Ailili.-on road on Thurs day moiii'm:; ran over n cow, no.ir Phllps oorner, in Tieiinileui.i, tlniiwlnjj the truck from miller the liii-npip' oar anil doninlisli. iu-r the lioviae. Ilinht liev. l!Miop lUssell, of Vermont, ollloiatc at Tiiuily church, on Tuesday OM'iiiiii;. 31 ivy (ith. A lnriro class will pio sent llicin-chos for oonllrniation. .1. .1. 3Iycrs returiieil, yesterday, aftci' a tv Inter's residence nt .Tiioksonvlllo, Florida. In a viulk nlioiil town, indications ale seen of a far mure Ihau ii-u.il nmouiit of icpairiiii; anil liiilldin:, tliis season. Pnlnl ng anil roncrnl lirii-liln; up is now the oriler. Cliarity Lodge N'n. !! of tin' Pegioo of llcliekah hold their regular inoiilhly meet in.!; in Odd Follows Hall, this Ki May c oil ing, at half past M'von o'clock. The llov. .Mr. Tuliury, of llr.indon, de livered a seliolaily lecture in tiie free enursc la-l evening at the ('ongreg.itloniil chapel. Sttlijoct I'arlli and .Man, or the Wonders of l'liy.-icil (Jeogr.iphy. Wo shall rIvo an nlnlracl in Saturday's is.-ite. .1. C. Dunn is laying a niirhlo .-idewalk around his lesidonce on Collage strcol. Hailoy's circus is to exhibit hero tin la-t of the month. Templing fie.-ii shad aie olTeied in our 111.11 kots. Wo are informed lli.it .Mr. Dorr, may !,hnilly lie expected honie, lhc search for llie lemaliit of the late .Mr. and Mrs. Fisher heing fnilUcss. Local intelligent i' will he found on the lir-.t and fourth page. Yi'inionl lodge, of the Knights of Phvlh ias meet on Saturday coning. C'l.iin chowder at Slin-ou's on S.ilurday oM'iiing. (.'rami Musical 'clival. It is our good fortune as a ooiiinuinily to liuinlicr among out. citizens morn lir.-t-rale niu.-ieal nliilily llnai poiiiaps any other town in the Slate, and tliis ahilily is not Mid'eied to lie dormant and inactive, hut is continually li-iug aiiovo the humdrum sur faeo of everyday affairs, enticing us from the Mom realilics of life and toning down our mile naliues, hv that power tint " ha a charni to snntlie savage liroa1-!.". Xot con tent wilh their labors in limes past to min ister to our oiiti'itaiijniont and lioiiolil,tlioM devout wor.-liiii'ih at the shrine of the " Mu-os " have at tin cspi'mo of a great ileal of lime and money completed arrange ments for a grand musical festival, to be held al the Town Hall from tin; 12th to the 10th or this month, (lie like nf which has never boon held in the State. Tlio energy and ability of the olllccra and cvooutlvo cominillee aie too well known to rciiilro ennuiient. They have associated with them Mich men as e..(!ov. Stew in tof Middlebury, J. V. Hall of !on nlngton, Col. Colburu of Manchester, K. A. Webber of ltochcMor, and many other musical lights from all paits of the State and eastern Xcw Yolk. Arrangements have been made to entertain large choruses from all parts of the Slate and good ikltga lions arc cNpcclcd. It may be well to state heie, that most of the chorus singers have the ovpi'iieiuo of the (Ireat Peace .luhileo to lely upon, and are fully ac qualntcd willi .Mr. Zerriihn's stylo of con. ducting, so that none of the mistakes and blunders of now choruses will bo manifest. The suppnit from abroad cannot bo ex f elled. First on the list stands, Carl Zer rahn, who is recognlcd as the llnest con iluctor in the country, and w hoso succes-es at the last lubilee have, made bis iiuuie a household word. I Io has been engaged as director, iladamo Van Ziiiult, the leading soli.-t, is a lady whose caieor on both sides of tin Atlantic entitles her to rank among the woild's famous singers. She has a voice perfected by the highest musical eul turc, and romaikahlo for its force and sweetness. The eonnuittoo are deserving of great credit in the engagement of tliis talented lady. .Madame Do liylher is until stlangiT to a Vermont audience, and judging from the many compllini'iits and attentions she ic eclved at her lu-t visit cannot fail of meet ing Willi a cordial reception. When it is loniombcrod that the choir of Trinity Church is made up of the llnest talent Xcw York alfords. Thoiankthat.Mi', Kciiuncit. holds muting the singers of this country needs no comment by us. Mr. Fi'ssendcn is favorably known to es all as the loading tenor of the llainabeu troupe and Is a raio sympathetic, singer, The (lorniauliv lland.onoof Iho oldest and llnest orchestra's In the country, furnishes tho orchestral pait or Iho entertainment. W'lon to this galaxy or talent Horn abroad we add the educated singers of our own Stale the Festival cannot fall of being n complete success ami a delight to nil con. corned. The programmes Ineliulo some of the most noted compositions of the w oi Id's celebrated masters and cannot rail to pleasu the most faslldlous. To our friends throughout the State then we would say that we send them a lieaily welcome to the Festival, and hope they all will come and enjoy the-tiea! with us. I'iiiiIiiii') A tenant house and barn belonging to Win. D.iylon, situated In the south pait ol' I'oultnev, wcic deslrou'd by 11 ie during the niglil or Tuesday Inst. It Is supposed In bo the woik of an Incendiary, Isaac Cane has hung a lino awning in front of Ids sloio on Main Shoot, which adds much lo the appearance of Iho sliccl. ('has. Illpley. dr.. has broken ground for the eroollon of a dwelling on Under Au'iine. I!cv. Dr. Or.ulby iclurnod to lowu on Tuesday last. I lev. .1. M. Wood occupied the pulpit at the Molhoillst church lat Sabbalh. Tho III. llov. W. II. A. Ilissell will (ini tiate in St. .lolin's Chinch on Sunday, .May llli, al 1l)j o'clock, a. m., and In Ti laity Church at 7) o'clock In tho cloning. i'in:vrt:ii. At tlio last annual meeling or the "('hos ier Dairyman's Association," tho following ollieers were elccled for the year ensuing: I'ro.-idenl .1. llanoy Sargeant, Vice l're.s'l. Ira II. Adam, Secretary II. llanoy Whilinnio. Trca-uier Fivdoiick W. .Marsh, Auditor Xorm.in A. Smith, Diroclors Lucius M. Caiponler, In II. Adams, Daniel 1'. Chandler. Tin annual 'Knslor election ol' SI. Luke's Parish, look place tin 1 Ith nil. vusinv mi-.v, Clias. M. Webb, Seeretary. A. D. Fletcher, Tio.iurcr. Win. II. I lay I, (Jen. Frank lladley. .Moiriok Wcnlwoilh was elected Senior Warden, and (loo. Fletcher, .lunior War den. "Kalikor" Hall and May Day Parly at Colo's Central House. Fiidny May 2d. Tho annual lepoil of the Diioelors of Pollard's Cheese Factory, for 1872, made to the patron's by L. M. Carpenter l'si.. furnished some inleiosliug statistics. Through tho courtesy of (). A. Dunn, we are enabled to lay the same befoie tin readers of the (li.oiu:. Xiunbor of His. or milk icoeiwd at Factory, 71)7.002. XtliubiT (it llw. or c hoose made, (!7.!i:!(l. Amount of sales, ijt.li.'i(),(i-'. Cost ol making cheese and other espen-es. sl.'V.lO. Xet proceeds. ssT.oWI.CH Average number of lbs. of milk for one choose. 10. 1-10 1 he loa-t manlier of lb, of milk u-ed at any one time for making one pound of cheese, 8. Lowest prices received for eliee.-e, h.iv cheese naked 10 els. Highest, 1,-, (s. Average price for Hie season 12.7-10 els. The most milk received in one day, Jnlv 21st, '5,701 His. The least Xov. I I, 517 lbs. Connnoneod making cheese April 1H. Closed Xov. 1 1. Soon after tho mall train mining south pa-sod tho depot in lids town Saturday, af ternoon, Hi u was di-eoveied on the roof of tlio depot wood shod ju-t north of the pas- senger depot. "The w hid was blow ing al l fearful rale" at the time the lire was first di-co('icd, and for a time a seiious con- tlaixralinn was lliieatened, and had il not been for the ollorls of ourliio company, all of tlio building's belonging la the, rail road company, would have been wiped mil of existence. Ili'lllllliulnll. Wight I lev. l!i-hop Ilissell made his mi- una! visitation to St. Peter's P.ui.-h an Tuesday of this week : and preached in the evening lo a Hill house. Lighl persons weie conllrnioil. I'he Methodist church in this village h being repaiied. During tho progioss or io pairs the congicgalion have been invited lo woisiiip al Congregational Chapel. Iho I'eiminglim Counlv (looil Tomplar.- Tnlon hold their annual scs-ion at I'en niiiglon, nex I Tuesday. Frank Ibadford, of lids village, is to road in tin evening, in Free Library Hall, in oonnivlion witli Iho I'nion. ISonningloii Lodge, Xo. 87, I. (). (I. T. have elected the following olllocrs for lhc ensuing quarter: W. C. T. .billies Sibley. W. V. T. Laura Iteinlnglon. W. F. S. Merrill Magan. W. S. .lohn (I. Harwood. W. T. Amelia Unit. W. M. Shaw. W. (i. (i. (ieorgie Aicliibald. W. (). (1. Sherman .Myers. W. Chap. Daniel Dull. P. AV. C. T.-(ioorge .Marsh. The lodge is now in a lioiiri-hlng eondi liiin. It is reported that a now drug store is to bo opened in Putnam's block. Anon. .iii:.imiici.i, voi.ii.iii: of tuts, .ioii:v ii. I'.uu:. A memorial volume of our late highly esteemed lownswouian, the wife or Fx (iovernor Page, whoso IraltH nnd qualities or character were so highly appreciated hy our whole community, has been Issued, for pilvale circulation, it Is fiom the culli. vated pen or Hev. Aaron (i. Pea'-o who knew well how to value his subject, and it vvaspeculiaily lilting Unit he should have been selected to prepare tlio memoir. We have not as yet examined tho volume, and theiefoie give the following carefully pro pared notice of from the ilmlingloii Fm "An' interesting and touching tribute of all'eetiou has lately come under our notice, in a memorial volume, dedicated lo Hon. John II. Page or llutlnnd, and devoted to the memory or his beloved wire, the late .Mrs, Mary Iteynolds l'age. The memoir is from the pen or Hev. Aaron (!. Pease ol' Hulland, with whom its preparation was evidently a labor of love. It sketches tlio paieutage, biilli and orphanageof Mrs. Page, her early lire hi llaslon, Iho rorma tlon of a character nf maiked sweetness, serenity and devotion to duly, her married lifo of tweiity-tliieo years; her railing health and voyage to Furope in hope or recruiting its wasting powers, and her last days and death at tlio Chateau St. Laurent, Nice, France, and funeral at Hulland, September .'10, 1872. .A considerable por tion of the volume, which forms a book of 18:1 pages, Is occupied with extracts from .Mrs. Page's journal kept while abroad, This Is lllied w ith lively and graphle de scriptions of sights and scenes and expo rionccs, worded not for the public, but for tie friends with whom her bodily weakness did not allow her to correspond, and evinces a cheerful and sympathetic spirit liliiniphliig over iiicicaslng, nnd at last fatal, physical Infirmity. Tho volume appears In tho elegant typography of the Kivcrslilo Press, and Is illustrated wllh photographs of Mrs, Page, an excellent likeness, of the residence of (loy Page In Rutland, and of a number of Interesting buildings (incHlly churches) and scenes In which she took special interest abroad. It Is not published, as w understand, but pi luted for private circulation. Though or strongest Interest to Mrs. Page's per. sonal fi lends, for whom 11 was intended, It could not, wo think, but interest a sliangcr to her, as a study of a rare and beautiful character." .'lailillai'liiies. 'I'he p.ipci-s at Montpelicr an agllatlng the question of Introducing maiiuractlires, --a subject that Is pertinent for discussion In oilier places, as well as at Iho Capital They say some things of general inipoil ance lliat oveiy village would do well to consider and npply to Itself. For Instances -Ton hundred thousand dollars In a bank pays Ion per cent, and gives employment to two persons, One bundled thousand dol l.iis in a well managed factory furnishes employment to a bundled poisons, mid is twenty per (out. Investment, it Is idle for men to say licit nianufactiiiing is a lisky business. Il Is not half so lisky as bank ing. II has covered mine acres with pal aces than the hanks have covered square reel wilh bouses. Hanks aie indispensable lo a manufacturing or commercial com- iiiunily, but a commercial eoininiinlly Is far mole indispensable lo banks. There is more sure than Iho prolllsor lnaniiratiui ing Industry. Il takes a comparatively woilhh'ss raw ni'ilcrial and increases, lis value n thousand per cent. It loaves, al lor cost of piiiductlon and labor, a largo mar gin for piollts. And the Fncnum says on the same sub ject Unit capitalists can find no surer in vestment than well ninn.igodniaiiufaoloiies, nor tin owner of village kinds a loadier way to oiilian.io their value, or the owners of houses inoie tenants ami boiler rents, or the farmer n boiler and nearer inaikel for Ids milk and butter and beef and potatoes and apples: In short, evciy thing be has to turn oil', Ihau by tlio location oT liiaiiufue. lories in the village, and In the ease of Montpelicr, wo can conceive of no ica-on why il can not be done, and some new In dustrie In wood or mclal or fnbiies start ed, and the old ones incicascd, mid well- to-do fa liners would llnd a double n'dvan. Inge in such an Invc-tnii'Ut, which would secure Iho growth and pro-perity f their village. Mil k. The runners or this vicinity who send milk lo the PnimVrs.Milk Company nt Xcw York, w ei e paid :H cents per quart (lining the mouth or March, which is moic than lias been iccelved for that mouth lie- fore since the business' stinted. The Man- choslor Journal says tlio milk from along the lino of Iho llaileni Hten-ion raihnad is in gloat demand and sells bettor Ihau tliat ioi eived in Xcw York by any oilier route. Win i.s. The lli-liop of Vermont will bo at Wells on the fourth id May, service at ;', o'clock p. in. II.VMi'inv. -Mr. L. .1. Warren has loa-ed the fill in of liiiilncy Hay, who has boon obliged to lelinqiii-h bis bu-ino.s fur a time, on account of ilbhedlh. An I'liNiaivxT Clock Piuii.ai:. Joseph Home, a man sonic foily-livc years of age, who has boon living in the i unit retire incut all'nrdcd by the town of lS.irnct in Caledonia county, where ho has for seve ral years pursued (he avocation of a inendcr of clocks, iw hicli be wa- ul.-o uc citslniiicd lo peddle ill various places. We 1f.il it from the I'oston Journal that in the t (iiiisiMif a professional lour he i cached the villigc of llopkluton, Mn-s., about the middle ol' .March la-t, with his llnauccs in so feeble a stale that he diew up a note for ffoOO on tho oiklnton X'ational Hank, signing Ihoieta the nanie of William Lin coln, The note ban upon ils back tho name of Fra Walker as ils indorsor, was discounted fornoaily the full amount, and Ite.ue and his clocks, after having indi vidually ticked as long as possible at I lop. klnton, ran down and left the place. Soon after lhc bank ollloials bad their suspicions aroused as lo the genuineness of the nolo and made oll'oilsto arrest the guilly paily, but without success. Tho oa-o dually came to the notice of the Chief Con-table and Detectives Ikigley and Smith vvcie placed ill charge nf the mailer, the result being that nn Tuesday last Detective Smith uricstcd I'o.ireat liarnot, and Wednesday evening arrived in Huston with his piisoner Hcaro has hitherto enjoyed a good icputa llou nnd has been much est coined by Iho people of Ilarnet and vicinity. Sixnri.Ai: C.vsi:. A man by the name of Lille, living near W. Handolpli, loeontly became b.ild in a singular manner. He had a heavy head or hair, and a heavy, lull beard, a Tew weeks ago in taking oil' his hill, lie was surprised to llnd a huge amount of hair loose In it, and then dis covered Unit Iho hair was all loosened, dead mid readv to fall oil', which together with his board, was aeeoinpli-b.iil In about a week. Wmxhttn-k fyn'rit of the Aye. The arrivals at Iho Hard well House, April :i0,and.May l.nro Iho following: J Fllildg. man, J W Vclsey, Troy, X Y ; Chas F Do Uorst, V. J Moore, New Yoik ; .1 II Smith, Chicago, lll.i 0 S Stearns, Woioesl or ; M P Pei ley, Iloston ; I) 11 Kellyer, Peters burgh ; (loo Pol to Hitchcock, Miss .Mary Hilchcock, London, Idigland j -Mrs J Hurdctt, Aillnglon, Vt.j Col A J Moiri son, Troy, N Y -, Maj .1 lllalr, Ida P Hilchcock, Pittsllcld j C M Towiisoud, Wallingford ; II (I Cutting, Hoston j Hev I, II Stone, Ciistli'Uui j J Henry Pratt, lirallleboro ; A Lovvald, Port Henry ; D (iraves, Crown Point ; FO Hutlor, Hoi. lows Falls j John L Hurdctt, New Yoik City : V V. Holan.l, Albany, N Y -, .Mrs. II W Hcckwith, West CJrnmille, N Y ; W J Maxwell, Canibildgo, NY -, Hiram Or oiitt, Tildon Seminary, W Lebanon, Nil; J 11 Truewoithy, Chailestown, N II ; V, James Hliss, Albany, N Y ; Mrs N Kllx vvoitb, Hochcster, N Y; John M Parker, Syracuse, N Y ; Meyer Fiiend, Albany, N Vl C(l llavvkes, Sandy Hill, NY; Jus Fleming, Fred Weed, Tioondcroga, N Y ; F M Copeland, Monti cal ; Hon M S Col. burn, Manchester, Vt ; H 11 Smnlloy, Hur llnglon, Vl ; A I" IScnnett, New Yoik City; J O llodwell, Troy, N Y; II (1 llarnuni, Hoston ; H W Stowcll, Charles, town, .Mass ; A Fainhiro, X'ew York City j J W Tuintellolto, Worcester; N I.aphani, Peril ; lion F. Crosby, Hrattlcboro, Vl ; T L Avery, New Yoik ; Hon A P Lyman, Hennlngloii ; .Mrs Daniel Clark, llrooklyn. w ritAPPINd PAPF.H. Merchants usliii? nrlnteil wmHtlin? will do well KioonsiiH in lieroroordcrliik-. lis wo luiiko lis low urin es as New Vnik or ltoslun I liaises, anil Klvn lii'ller neediiiiaiiilalloiis In iissnrllin; tuts, n hiio a nrval savlint can bo iiinild on fit'lt'lil. 01.0111: l'AI'lIH I'd. piCTUHi: FHAMINd DOXK WITH I 1 Neatness nnil Inste, ami ut rensoimlilo 1 pilot's. Hnino new anil lieuiilirnl sljlinlusi ie i cell oil at Ii N. MinilllAMU BY TELEGHAH. IMpeclal DlspaUU lo the llutliiiul (Hobo.) tin: vi:ii.M(xT cnvntAi. ixvi:sti- (IAT10X. D.xainlnallou of Wllucsses. cnniAis' ti'i:siioNs Nor answ 1:111:11, St. Aiii.vns, .May I. The Investigating comniltlcc are pro grossing very rapidly In Hie examination or wiliics-os mid bringing nut much valuable Information. WHAT WAS INll'.NDKI). This morning was entirely consumed In a discussion concerning Iho scope and con sliuclioiis o bo given Iho losolulion or the legislature. All the committee being to gcllier, Mr, (Iroul, Iho absent nieniber, nr llvlng this mottling, It was deemed best to decide that point if possible. Some argu ments and considerable pailey was indulged in by the counsel on the question, but the pi Inelpal topic discussed was tho right of this committee to enquire into tin private all'alrs of the persons Implicated by thesis t barges. The Ciodit Mobilior hivcstlga lion was brought upas a piooodent by the counsel for the Slate as deciding the rights of such a In uly lo Investigate piivalo affairs as shown In tlio ease or Hrooks'son-ln law, and the examination or t lie private all'.iirs of Colfax Ihrovgb the cashier of Hie bank, Tin iiiiornies for tho road thought the (oinnillloobad no desire In establish an in-qui-ition heie in order lo a-coiiain whether money h id boon ll-od for illigilhnalo pur poses. They oaiisidoied Iho attorney on the oilier side, from his leniarks, as being lien-In the Interest "of private pailies, and not for public ends. The legi-laluie itself wishes a vindication from the a-porsians or various p.utio.', although nobody would be lieve ils members had been bought up for llfly dollars apiece. The legislators an as tender of those trustees and managers as they mo nf themselves, hoenu-e they are Vermont managers. The counsel ini-led Unit the resolution should bo taken enlliely as regards public inlciost, as that Is the on ly oon-lruollon which they eon-idcicd could bo placed upon il. Tin: iiKCMiiN-. The cominillee letired for consultation, and In the aflernoon gave their decision In willing ta tlio oll'ce.t that they deemed it mil incumbent upon them lo say what tes timony shall In taken at tills time, but will decide us it conies before them, thai Ihey recognized their authority to make a full and scaichiug investigation, and intend so ta do. tiov KiiNoi: swirn's ti:siiv(nv. lion J. (iicgory Smith, the president or tin load, has boon 011 the stand this after noon, nnd has created a sensation of a pain ful natuie as has al-o Worthinglon C. Smith, hy testimony. It came out in cii. tlcncc thai six hundred dollars was paid by (inv. Smith to It. II. Sui.dloy ol' Swanton, some two years ago. On Inquiry rouconif ing services lendeicd, (lav. Smith declined la niisvv or and denied the light al' any alio la n-k him tlio loa.-an Ibis money was paid. The cninmittfi' decided tlio question admis. sable, but was given no satlslaetory Inlor matioii by the wituc.-s, and the matter tested. w. i'. smith's ikmimonv. Hon. Worthinglon C. Smith was Inter rogated as la bis relation to the St. Albans foundry company, and said be sold out in 1801. lie stalei'l in reply" to question that a private airangement existed between the present propiiotors and himself in regard to tin mamifaetuio or eastings and oar wheels. The question was then asked, what private arrangements the witness de clined la answer cither counsel of commit tee iilliiii"h icoealeillv asked to do so. So stands the examination at its adjournment to-night. opi:xix(j of Tin: vir.xx.v kximhi- T10X. The Crowds... Tlio Ceremonies. Yiunn'.v, .May 1. The exhibition was liiiiguiated la-day by Iho P.mpcror of the Aiistiia, In tho pros- once ol' the members of the Impel ial fami ly, royal and illustrious guests and stale and civic dignitaries. 'I'he weather was linfavavorable, but the crowds from all pints (r the world, who witnessed the imposing ceremonies were Immense, lllllng the rotunda, and transepts of tho building and poitions ir the grounds surrounding it. M 110011 the Emperor Francis Ja-oph on- toiod the rotunda with the Crown Princess Victoria td (iorntany on his arm. He was illovvod by the (leniiau Cravvh Piiiioe Ficdiiiok William, who oscoiled the Em press Augusta, After these came the old- est son of tho Prince, accompanied by tho Prince Imperial of Austria. Alter some speeches, the Emperor do. claiod the Universal Exposition or 18711 nponed. Accident nt (ilonn's Falls. Tuny, N. Y., May 1. A terrible, accident occurred at (Hens Falls 011 Thursday morning at tho stone quarry ol' Iteynolds ii Co., on the bank of tho Ilud-on river. Three men at work 011 11 ledge neatly foily foot in perpendicular height, when tho wink on which they wore standing, caved off and carried them with it. One man, Pattick l.eaty was killed instantly and two others, Daniel Ooncgim and John Murray, probably fa tally Injuieil. Olllclal Wealhcr Itcport. 1'uoii.viiiiiiii:s. W.vsuistiiox. I). C, May 1. For Canada and New England Ineroas. lug clnildinoss followed by rain. Caution ary signals continue at Dulutli, Chicago, (Iraud Haven, Milwaukee, Detroit, Toledo and Cleveland, and aie unlet ed .for Hufla- lo, Knohestor and Oswego. Piiibahllillos or Indian War. Wasiiiniiio.v, .May 1, In response to nil Inquiry made at. mili tary hoadqtiaitors, to-day, It was ascer tained that no Intelligence, had been receiv ed there to excite apprehensions ol wide spread Indian hostilities. The tllhcs arc gonoinlly peaceable, it Is suspected, how over, that many of the young men are making prpoanitlous for the usual spring ami slimmer horse stealing expeditious, UNEASY NITI-ATIOX IX PAItlS. A Serious Conflict TliiTiiloncd. London, .May I. M. Il.irodlt's election continues lo cause nn.xlely in Palis, Tho government is pre. paling constitutional bills to bo submitted to the assembly. The lenor of all advices leeoivoil from Paris Indicate that aseilous conflict Is threatened, Debt Statement. Wasiiimiion, .May 1. Ca-h In the treasury, coin, 70,()70, 1 10 1 oiiiieney, Iji2,il7,871 2.1 : special deposit held for redemption of oorlilleates of de posit, as pi milled by law. ij'.'.l, 120,000 ; total, SVIOIJUIJlll 2.1. Debt, loss ca-li in treasury, .May I, 187:1, ---2,1.1:1, Ml, I IK) till ; April I, I87!!, 2,b1.1,7;:0,0ll BO. Do crease or debt dining p.M month, 2,2I7,. IS1 00 1 decrease or debt since .March 1, 187!), SsH.H'.l 1 ,0 1 1 r7 1 doorcase of debt from March 1, 1801). ta March 1, 18711, s:l08.(H'.,,,1.10 18. Death of the Mnllai' of Hon. X. P. Hanks. I las kin, May 1, The nialhor or lion. N. P. Hanks died yoslordav in Walthain. A Wife Shot h Mi-lnko. IIihio.n, May 1, In Acton, Tuesday night, Frank Stearns visited his stable under the impression that horse thieves wore on the ground, and slioitly at'lerw aids his wife started to look for him, and in the darkness he shot her. It is reared licit the wound Inflicted will prove filial. Strike 011 a llailroad. HosiiiN, May 1. The workmen on the Poilsiuoulh and Dover l'li'droad mo on a strike, demanding two dollars per day. The contractors are paying oil' and discharging thorn, and agents have gone to Hoston and Pm Hand in search of workmen. Hill for Control of Clergy Pas-oil. Huim.in, .May 1. The upper hou-o of the Prussian Diet to day Anally passed the bill for the logula. Hon and control of the cleigy'. by a largo majoilly. A Terrible Tragedy. Sr. Lol ls, May 1. Advices Irani Mai.-liall counlv, Ken tucky, give accounts ot a terrible tragedy, committed hi that county a ,fcw days ago. It appears that abwit a ye.u ago, James Daugheity married the daughter of Howell Smith, and tint they lived unhappily nnd llnnlly separated. On Sunday last Smith told Dougherty he could settle tbodllllcully between him and bis wife, and Doiigbeity instantly shot the old man dead and Hod. Subsequently he was captured, and was being taken b.iek to Marshall county, when the son of tlieinurdoied Smith, being one of the cnptiiiing parly, tired on Doughoily, wounding him in the head and arm, after which Ik clubbed him with his gun, ami with the butt end or it cru-hed Dougherty's head into a Jelly. The Wreck of Iho Atlantic II.vi ir.vx, -May 1. The steamer Lieawannn aiiivcd to-day Irani lhc scene af the vvieok. The Allan tic Inls liecn alinin.L lilimii In nieces vi llli gunpowder. Luge nuinlieis af bodies won1 lecmeied ye-teiday, mostly all wo men. They are fiightfully mutilated, and wore Immediately buiied. The number of bodies tliiis far loom en d is three bundled and I'orlv-n'nie. 0'Kollj. The commissioner of tlio I'ngli.-h gun boat Plover, requested that O'lxelly lie de livered up lo him. and he would take him to Jamaica, and agieed that he would ic t ill 11 to Cuba no more, which icqtlc-t was refused. .Vtv Vorli Moi l, anil .lliiiii)' .llai'liol. Nkw Yiikk, Mas 1st. Mnni'lni y sit 11.1l Ion mniU'il liy Ini'ie.iseil slilncein'j iiml lil;li laics of Intcd'.sl, raiik'tiis; from l-nniiM1! iienlti'in. 'I here wns lie.n calling In of loans liy li.inks liolillngellj fiuiiliasllicciniHir.ilors Is paying mil ne.uly I luce nilllluiis Interest nt oilier inn lincil ulillsfiilluns. 1.1'inlliig eanaclts ol banks HiisalsuleiniNirarll.v euiTalleil by ilr.iltslu sol tloiiii'iit iitliiiltiiionllil' accounts with luinilry lianks. I'.iy incut of golil eiminiiis cuiseil cimsMeralilt' bull's nt gnlil In li.iiiU'is ami hriikcrs wlileli also uli-urlis inoni'j inr lln moment. Tlio Ilxpress Cuiiiii.inles lirimglit 1,:i,iihii In currency. The fuet Hut I lie 'IVnlli Nallonal ll.ink was creilllorat llie eleiulliglmll-i' tills inialilng, In llie aiiinuul uf '.',iK),iino, Is explained to liuve eiiuseil lilg Iraiisfcrsnt city liimls lo it Irinii liiniulwas 11.111k, .Mnlillc, ami Miintgonii'ry r.ill inail liiisilt'r.iiilledon Ils M.iyluleiesl. sterling exeli.iiigciliill ami heavy , at s'j fur slxtvil.ijs; H'.wiii, for sight. (liilil I ti 1 1 ami heavy, ili'illnlng rmni 117'j tu llii'j, eliislni; 4i"'. Ui, ills'! to 1-iuiH'r cent. eiearanees fftS.nnn.iNH. Treasury ill-bursemeiits '12,11.111. I'li-liuns ri'eellitsfl 'O.iiiMi. Iliivoriiinent luinils steady I li c m;;!n mi t day. Slntc luinils m'Kleeled. Stinks Willi llie exei'tilldii of Western I'nlnn, very quiet Willi slight unci 11.11 Ions. The following are the limitations: l S. c,s 'al res . 11. r. n. us si eoiiimn inn. t S. Mils VJ leg UK; P. S. ft. ''OS 'Ii' l(lllXMI lls'v I', S ft-'ins 'ill eniinuii HsX It. S. ft-Kin 'in old W)i l. S. Mas '(is new 117 P. S. ft-lKM (17 1I'J I', s. ft-vos v.s lis t'.H.Miien- 1U 11. S. in--Hi- reg Ill,1' lf. s. liMns coupon li:i eiirreiii'y in iM'i IK'lavviue and llmlsou Canal m I'antoii w I'oiisolldiiteil IViat MK I'liuihei'liiml s.1 Western I'nloa '?' (ulcksllver M do. lirefftred Js l'aclllo Mull llnsliin Water 1'imer 8'1 Ail. mis Kinross W1( Wells , l'argii A' V ul( American -VI. I', i:press f'ii Uhlteit Stales Kxiiress 71", New Yuri-Central MOW Crle Hli do preferred lliulein t do. prefi'ired Ktl .Mlihlgiiuivnlral ins I'tdoii IMelltc an. I jiki) Slniri! lU'v Illinois Central Hi I'lltsliurg ss Nurlliuchlern tl'J tin. prolerred l1' Cleiiveliiad, Columbus.': Indiana IVnlriil.. s;i IKK'k Island 1"7,', St. t'aill f7l.- tln. ireferred 7'it. Wabash ta. tin. lircfarred sil 1'iirt Way 1111 u:i)4' Torre Haute 1ft (to. pi'l'll'ITl'd M CliU'ligo k Alton lln do. preteirod Ill Ohlii A Mississippi VI',, Del., iJU'k. X West lull,' Inilliiua Central 'tit', Iliutlugton K t-iilney IWM llnuulbiil & SI. .loseph 411 rem nil endue Ui.u,' Colon pacillo si'. Teiihi'ssi'ti cs Hi),' du. new 7sw Virginia Cs 4:1 do. new -ci Missouri Cs u;i;; St. Joseph now North Caiulliui ivs 'd tin. new liu South Ciirulliiii Us vu do. new jr fi'iiii' Yoik I'ioiIikk iliirliil. Nkvv Voiik, May 1st. Coi-rus, Mai ket iileady, trooil oximit nnd l'J'"c'n"u ,'1'"1'""' 'Mlddllui' uplaiids I'lxitiu. Mniki't dull nnd heavy. Some con cessions In medium extras but not itcr.wul. tfi.TN4tl.3s suiH'rllno Weslern and statu t;i,T,w eommiin 10 i;im,ii; ?,-,.',iii, i,.nr, extra western anil stnlej fiA'nS.iiS ifooil In choice; (s.NIi1ii..vi com 111 011 to choice vildto wheat weslern oxlra: ttl.viiuiin.Mi coiiiinon to i;oud extra Ohio, market closing dull, ItVK I'locii. FliiniToii cholco glades: tf.NKr. ts.Tfi Inlerlnr to 1 hnloe; to fur fniicv. uinn Mr. n.-r 111 r nemiinii nun sienuy : f ;uiimi .laViKlluw weslern. Wiiiskkv. Mnrkel shade llrmi rnl one. WiiKAT,.-Vlarkct tMKe Inner, moili'inte ex- mi 1 111111 niniii irani nenmnii, muiiers an ills. iHised to iciill7i and oner stock Ireelv, tl.:i'm 1 .42 ij ri'lcctcd snrliiL': ll.fitiin l.r.7 No. a kihIiu. fl..s Nn, 2 nnd 3 spring mixed; fl.tvn No. a eh. ongn; tl.f.sw1.6'.i inline No. 2 .Mlllwnukoi" Ihiil.KV, Mult ipili'l and small sales; stale l.nx (loirs Skh. Muikel 1 1 1 1 -1 nl 8ivwiie. TltlOTllV. ('Hilled 111 lie I.SR. cons-. Mm ki t heavy ii,( le Inni r on old mill steady on new. (HTs.Miirket ilutl and heavy. Mo'Siu new mixed Mestern; M,.M white; 4'.i,n.M blink west el 11. Kim. Heavy at I4i(..l.v. II iv. In fair reipiest ami slendy nl tl.1nvrt.1u llrst ttualllv; f 1, if.. i.ss second iii,illiv. liars. .Market itulet nnd llnnl.v luld;l'.72 iUo(ed at .h.'mkMK;; Caltrurnln nl 4.V.1 fiSc, Corn:!:. Market stiniig; Itlo iiinled at lTw Ins. S11H11. Market aetlie and htiung; fair to good rellidiig Is ipinteil nt ;!(S' Moi.issks. Market liquid and unclnmged nt OTfnsi) New- urleans. Pbtiiolkom. Market tiulel and easier; imj eruili; w retlned. ' I'oiiK. 'inner nnd ninro ntllve; tin new mess tts.Ni extra nrline; flT1.1ls.w1 new inline mess. IIKKK.-('ulel; t;ll.is plain mess; tit ( 13 exlramess; beet hums dull gthaxi. tierce beef tpilet and llrm nt Wutil; prlmi! mess a-'lciar.; eul meats steady, shoulders TlT -0; mlddlcH dull and loner at !i,Mtn; Ioigceai' pi'(! hhuil clear l.nin.-C'ulet nml a Irlilo rtiincr nt hh,..9 1G vvestenij m, kettle remlered. llenRK. 1)1111 nnd fully 30 Inner; 3lin3Tc new state; aim. 1-1 western, Ciikesk. ijulet and steady at 12,..1C..- fair lo veryfniiey, I.kvtiikii. Market quiet ami stonily; hemlock sole, lliifiins A.vres, nml Itlo (Irmido, light, mid die nnd heavy weights, at iisiaai; California do., itTigiiiisi,; Morocco do. liToi'iS, Wool., .Mai ket rather inure stonily nmt fair business. InmieMIc lleeeti iiuoted nt l-Knise: unwashed iwej tubbcil 4.V; full ellpiieit Cull, foriihl l.n 2lc; spriii;,' du. 3''e; To.xns tilti sue. ni.t ititi.ti'i:. In llutliuid, May 1st, at tho lioiise of Iho bride's father, by the liev, Win, ,f, Harris, II. !., Itoseoe Norwuoif, nf Worcester, Muss., and I1I.1 A. (i il.iugliler of Mr. Nimbi'll Tyler. April 3D, by Hev. C. A. Thomas, II. I)., af the house of (he bride's father, .Mr, Amos M, Horner, of r.ramtou, nnd Miss llntilo M, snillh, of flits ford. ni'.vries. In Salisbury, April 21. Orplin, wife of I.vinan II. hlevvnit, In lliamlun, April 23, W. II. (Hassle, aged 32 years. In Cornwall, April sm, Silas 1). c'nrr, nged 12 years. In I'oninall, April 2fi, Mrs. Abernetliy, aged On joars. Ill lliitl.iml, April 29, Daniel Whlleomb, nged 4'J y ears. ri'it.M()N"r noAitnoF i:ih;cation. Skoiikthiv's Oi uck, ) llurllnglun, April, IsT.l.f The Annual Session of the t 1: a c 11 i:ps' i xst i t f t k fur Id'Ti.ASii cooxTV, will be lield In the vii.i.mik or wM.i.isaronn, commencing on Monil.n, Mm 12, nl 2oloek, p. in., and closing on the 1'ild.i) rnllnnlug. Coinpeteiil and experienced Instructors nnd U'clurers will bo uesenl,and nsslsl In cniielud lh llie exorcises. Theil.ij sessions nr Iho Institute will bede villed tu the discussion and presenlntlou of met hods of organizing, classifying, gincridlig, and leaching common schools. A lecture innv be expected ench evening. An examination fur candidates lor Slnie Cer tlllciles will be held during Iho session of the Institute. Superintendents are repuesled to notlrv every leacher In their respective tonus, nml in urge lliiiii to be present nt every session nt the Insti tute. All friends of IMneatlon nrelniltedloullend. Clergy men nru resH'Ctfully rciiuesied to give nnllecor the Institute, from their pulpits. free return tickets will be furnished lo nil n ho pay lull faro on tho llntland ltallru.ul In coining In tlio Institute. JOHN II. ITinxcIl, m.ijid.vw'w secretary. SII.ML'X'S TKMPUO OF FASHION. All the lending styles of .SPI1IXI! ANIl .SIMMl:l! NOVTI.TIl'S, lar surpassing nil our fuiiner emleavois In lie.iuty, ('u.illlj and Price. .MII.I.IXKKY, MII.UNTItY. TIIIMMIII) AND I'NTIil.MMKD HATS, All styles ami shapes, from .Me. upwards. I'I.OWi:ils, lT.OVVCIIS. i:1iultll0 spiny s, from inc. upnards. SII.K THIS AND HANDUHKCIIlni'S, All shades and sly les. Windsor Ties utMv., suld Olson lion nt Inc. I.nrgo silk l'lcliu Hand kcrchlels reduced In s.v, Irnin ?1 8.1. .1 i:vui.Kv, .ii:vvi:i.itY. Ileaiitllul line and liaudsomop.illeiiHlu Cold, llulitier, Horn and .lot, fiuiu sc. a sel iipn.ud. AI.KXANDIIirS KIDS, In all shades, al il nn; two buttons tl -''. HOMl'KY, HOSiniir. full assoilmeut, Iroin inc. 11 pair, Unit mo worth 2iii' upnaids. lion frame llnse, duuble heel nnd loot, nt asc, I.A1TH AND b.VCi: (lOODS. A lull nml complete line in Handkerchiefs, lions, Sleeves, Ties nnd Collars. We mil rant nil our Lien goods lo wusli to Iho last tluciid. Cllltsl.TS AND M'.STI.l'S. l.'clin.m Woven Corset, wuilli tl, wo sell at Ue. HAIIt SWITCHES AND Cl'llLS. Wooaniiol be beat on Uing Hair Snitches nt f'tTs; miieli larger at tstm. l.liieii liratds re. diiecd lu4no. Linen Snitches reduced loftiv. INFANTS' I.ONIl AND SHOUT IIOI1US, .Merino Clunks, Hoods, Caps, Shoes, Sacks .V lllbs. SASH AND TIIIM.MINtl 1IIIIIION', In nil shades, snides, and at greatly reduced prices. Lots and lnisnf goods dally coming, nnd slacks nr them Jet (o come, nnd all selling atuiir Usual IMipiilnr and low ilguros. Call ut ASHMU.VS TK.Ml'I.i: Of FASHION, NONI'AHini. IILOCIC, 9 Center St. Si! OlllinitS 11Y MAlL-S.lllipU'S llllil pilco list priiiuplly sent bj mall or express. inylillt jyjiss MOWKH Invites the ladles lo call and examine a splou did usnoilmenl of Nf.w oooDs'.irsT iii:ci:ivi:d. IIIIUHI.X'S, I..VI'K W.Wli ASH ll.VllllUS, Thlcad nnd (lulpuio Uicos, Swiss 'lies, Zephyr nml Worsleil Kmbrnhlcrles, llambiu-; Kd'flugs, l'.issaiiH'lilrlli Hair Snllelies ami Curls, (llov es, Corsets, And a full lino of I.ADIi:s AND INFANTS' UNDUUVVTAlt, And many novelties too numerous In mention. in) Ullm aosfi'ii maccaiii:i:, r . . N IJ W I) I N 1 N (1 II A 1, li, In rnoins funnel ly (K'cnpletl by J, W, Flslicr. KINdSI.UY Ic Sl'HAOUK'S I1I.OCK, .Mkhohnis' How, HUTI-AN'I), - - . . . VKIt.MONT. VVAllVt VIKAIS SKItVKII AT All, UOUHS, may till f t "1 tllinei'ii 'mil 'iiiu O'.rtA,) , m,iu 'iiiuii v'viuii; A II I! () WH ,t .M ITC li j; ,,, (SueicNNoin In I'liK.scil A' llAininns.) PltOSPJ'Tl'H FOP 1H7II. As no have win 11 undisguised In lint past, we come Willi no promise of a hew sTlisalton. Wo shall orrerj 011 no cunningly devised fables In tickle jour raney, nor Inko 11 fresh departure la tuihealoii paths to tellevo Hie inimolony of liiilli-lelllng. I'm lieaily flfleen Yoaisnohavo held to the same principles, anil no llnd them nil unworn by llie lapse of time. MH,.INi:i!Y AND FANCY HOODS A T V 11 OI.l'S A LP AN I) III'TAII. AH orders onl 1 ustod to our euro will l.o ritovi'ri.y a xi) c. 1 iiHiTu. i riuxt). p.AiiiiowM a .Mitch 1:1,1,, NO. 21 MClirllANTS' HOW. mnjtdlf n o) r i i w t ? MEDICAL ..... ,w Hum iiuoi iiuiui 111 mil--1 iii- ailabl curutliL follow lti cuiniilaltits : I'vtl'-IPt llf lliii-. a n I.. I It.. 1 l.j .. I.l,.t. ..1 1 I.. V'"'Jitl( 1(11, I I, I.IMI I lllllllllllllll llllil Loss of Ai-iN'tltr i-UH-a taking u ft-w bultk's. IlVs.l11.twl t tlii.il t 1 111 i-i, t U 1... f ......,..! I Ln-sSltlllll' I.llU HlllrtlX llllil (.ll.L-lhlf U.ilnltnn flllVlt lit UtlCt', KlllHtlfnis. l'liniil.'S. lllnlr'lii :itnl nil Itititorl- tll'S Of the liliMHl. lintsllmr llirmo'h tlx, sLln ,. tilhern lsc, cured readily by follow Ing Iho dliec- , nun vt, lliu 001 1 ie. .... ......n,,, ,,,,,, , 1111.11. iiri.iioie- Iiienls It lias iioeini.il; on,, hut He will convince the most sceptical. I',.,' t.-,ll.f llln.l.t I f- , . i "in in- nj mm t, iiiioui inn cast illlilculty; a ffw Imtllos are sulllclent for vv'ni'iiw ,,, ,,.11.1 in..... ,,,... ,0- liiust oosiimue cases. Piles. Olio IhjIIIi! has cured the must dUlieiilt case n hen all oilier rcincdles failed. Nervous Dllllciilllcs. Ni.nr.ilidn. lo-iilo-ii,. Ac., eased Immeill.ilell . Hhi'llmatlsin. Swelled .!, tints iiii.l nil Mi.rornCt Allhellons removed, or grcilly relieved by lids IIIMllllllble medicine. rolHhllls. t'lltarih. ConliUloiis :iml Histor ies cured or much relieved. Iillllcult llrcalfdic'. p.iin lo 11,,. i.m.1l.s. side and Chest, nlmost Imailably euied by taking a few bottles of ( 'linker lllllers. 1 ein.llel) nieilltles.siim-i'i.itoiil iinuni,, l, lean l.nlles, yieM reailll.v lo lids Inialu.il7le med icine, iho t'li.ikcr lllllers. Illllloiis, Hemltt.int and I nl ,1 nil 1 lout r,v,.rs so rrev nlent In maiij 11.11 Is of our count rv, coin- 1. ...'.".,..', ,ii i.s, 01 in,' liii.ii.i i 1111. teix Tho Aged llnd In the ('linker lintels hist Iho u Hole I hev stand In need of In their ii..,iit,ou. .Veal's. It oulekelis the IiIihhI iiii il ts, tl,.. mind, and p.ive the p.insiigi'dnnii the piano In clined. No One can lnn' rein. 1 In inmnll tnnliw nutt ed with an Iminahh' tllsease,) nfler taklnga row bottles of the t'li.ikcr Hitlers. Sold bj all Druggists nnd Dealers In Medicine. :r"Sold at Wholesale and Hi'tall by c. 1. W1NO, Dnurglsl, Ilutlaiiil. l'lll.l'.VllKU 11 v DH. II. s. fl.lNT & CO., At their (iron I .Medical l)eot, urn and l'JI llroad Slreel, Pun lilence, H. I. ji:asons why tiii: pain khaxh .Maniif.iclured by PKUIIV DAVIS iV SON, is iiik hest rtviii.r ukuicink op tub vukI And why It should bo kept alnajs nearat hand. 1st. PAIN-KIIXHIMs tho most certain Choi. ornciiroth.il medical science has pro duced. -'d. I'AIN-KlI.I.ini, ns a Dl.irrhio.i nnd Dys entery runeilj, seldom If eier falls. 3d. I'AIN.KI l.l,i:il villi 1 in e('raiiin or Pains In nn V pari of the system. A singledosi! ufiKilly ellecls a'cure. Ith. l'AIN-Kll.I.Hl! will euro Djsvp,l.i and lmllgesiioii, if used ncei.rdlng lo dliec lions. Mil. I'AIN-KII.I.KHIsnn almost never f.illlii!; cure lor Midden Colds, Coughs c. r.lh. l'AIN.Kll.tXli has proved 11 snvorelgn remedy for fever and Ague, and Chill fever; It hascilied Hie most obstinate cases. 7th. lAIN.KII.I.i:i! as a liniment is tin. eiltialed for frost lutes, chilblains, Hat lis, Ilrulses, Cubs, Sprains, .to. Mh, I'AIN.KII.I.KH has cured eases of Itheu. t iimtlsin nnd Neiir.ilgi.uillerye.irs stand, ing. Sllh. l'AIN'KII.I.i:il Mill deslrny Halls, Tel. nns, WI1I1 lows old sores, giving relief from I Mi ti nttir tho llrst application. 10th. l'AlN.KII.I.Illt euros lload.iciie.s and Toothache. lltli. PAIS-KII.I.Klt .will saw you days of sickness ami many a Dollar In time and Doctor's bills. mill. l'AIN-KII.I.i:it Is a purelv Vegelnhlo preparation, safe lo keep and to use In every family. Tho simplicity unending Its use, together nlth tlio groat variety of diseases Unit maybe entirely eradi cated by It, nnd llie gloat amount of pain ami suiri'ilngth.il can bo alleviated ihrougli Its use, make It Imperatlvo uimn every iiorsoii to supply Ihem-elves Willi this valuable remedy, and In keep II nlwajs near nt hand. Till! PAIN KII.I.HH Is now kluinn mitt appro elated tu every nuiiiter of tlio (Hobo, I'hysl. clans recommend It Inlliclr praellie, nhlleall classes of siK'lely haiu found III It relief nnd comfort, (ilvoltalrl.il. Ho sure and buy tlio genuine. Hverv Drug gists, and nearly every Country Urocor through, out tun land keep It fur sale. iuirlll''wlw. .1. W. IMS II Hit's N i: W I) I N 1 N (1 It O O M S , Conlral llousu lllook, Merchants' How, Hl'TUVND, YHHMONT, Wnnn Meals served at all lOiirso( tlio day mid ov oidng, mnsidsm J. f. ST1NS0NS I) I N 1 N (I II A Ii h , IJnlnii'rt lllook, Opjiosllo the D0110I, HlTIiAND, - - VHHMONT. Warm Meats served nl all hours of Ilia day and evening, nmjlillw A SPIiKNDII) LOT OF NKW lIltAID iV. INU DHSIHNS, also AI.l'lIAHHTS, lust rc- celvod al I. N. MIUIHIAM'S. rANTi:i). Dry (lootls Clerk ImnioilU i nloly. An experienced 1n.u1 ptofcireil. Address P. O. Hnx u ayAKfRBITTERS A CHEAT) V z J -"fmi'liu llllllBilli' 11,1 I DlSCOVERYl Hoots and Itocjs. jgNTIltFIiY NI2W. HOOTS AND SHIII'M, AT No. 4T, .MHItt'llANTS HOW. i'.,l,1!i!,lYJTl;.' M"'i! "f"' Boinents with New l.ngland nnd Now V ork iiiiuiiifncturers ns en nhles 11s to iilTt'r Hi I hi iM'oplo (lf iintliiiiil coiinlj , a stock of gwils which caiuiol Mil to meet the wants of (ill. We cordially Invito nn exnml na. Hon, nnd respect fullj begn shun of patrnn.ige. Also hnv Ing made arraiigeinenlswllh W.VV. Alhee lo take charge of I Ids branch of our bust. Hess, nnd oversee tin custom Work, wo shall always bo prepared In lake measures, uinl man. i nn ,1111 Minn 01 peggeii ami sevveii work, for ollherOenllcineii, Ijidlos or Children's tl.i.tp il,,rli.t,..u,.lll..,. ., ... .... ..... .. .in ,. , 11 1 mi., n or wmi, lllnl Mull Iherefnre bo nhlo In sell ns low as aliv parties Hi trade. (UtOfT.KII'S AND PKOVISIOXH, Thlsilenarlineiit of our hade we shall still continue, materia liy adding to our stock ilurlm. Iho next few days. Ills our Intention lo keep tlin very best guoilsthat ran be found, and shall always strive to bo able to sell as ijhv as am dealer. Front. Wu urn ng"hls for l'enllelil, I.von ,V Co.'s flnnr. whleh in ni'Llinu lcili.,.,1 l,i nri i,, Is equal If not suivorlor to any branilsohl In this market, nnd are able in sell nt.tiiein iou,.j llgures. TH.VS. Wo call OSIH'Cl.ll altl'llllon to our le.n nmltldiik vvenro nhlo lo supply Ihein nt low prices nnd or excellent quality. .......... .., ,,,, r.,,,,,, nolo inr ,,-iy best Packers In the country. (' VXVI.-I1 llilf IIU il, nil I l...lj t . Icrvtlilmr bclimgliitf to fnnev tiifin-ti,... ,-,, stuntlj kept In sloik, .MEUCIIANTS' HOW, ItUTIiAND, YT May 1, IST3. . dtf J U S T it 1: c 1: 1 Y 1: 1) A H I I. STOCK W hoots, shops and nninniis, AT W. II. lltlss No. r., .viiaaitiNis' How, Which will bo sold very cheap for cash. I'nst comes the ihlld Hint cannot talk, IMt thinks, somel lines, he'd like to walk; His reel In sm ks ho can't endure, Hal longs for something more secure. Then lake him out some pleasant 1t.1v, And oiill nl Hoss' on lour nay ; A lull' of shoes, Insult Ids inllid, When y on are there jouTl easy nnd. Next comes the joiilii o'er which von fret, Hecaiise his feet nre always wel ; The reason why hlssiioi-s are ior And do not keep Ids reel secure. Then go III Hoss mill get 11 pair That Jon nre sine has got the wear. They suit 1 lie ihlld, no more he'll er, Hecaiise tils reel are nana unit dry. Tlio next, a .Miss, with shining eves. Who thinks her hunts lire qillle n plie They sel so 11e.1t and look so 1 1 1 in , Tliej make her foot look vorj slim. The style Is new tho price Is Ion "ioU'H llnd slll'li how 011 .Mcl'ehnnts' Hon ; ITvu the number nml Hoss the mime; He'll suit joii, Ion, 11 any enli. Then comes the gent Hint looks mi prim, Ills chillies are nil jou seo of hhn. The lallor mailo him nil complete, Hut Mr. Hoss has dressed ids feet. To see him now would liniko joii laugh, Head nml feet Iho same, both show llie calf. Then comes the man who shows Ids sense 1IJ biijlng hoots nl less expense. He lakes a pair that's good and strong. That woiii-s full well nml lasts him long. Ho purchased tliem nt Hoss' store. And when thej'iegone he'll get some more The lady too, who'll reason use. Will go lo Hoss nnd buj her shis's. Tlio pi lee Is small. Hie goods nre good. And that's a tiling well understood. Ilcr bargain's good, she'll near complain, And when they're gone she'll come again. There's Hnhbers loo, In ever stjle As good as oull lluil for many a mile. Thick boots that suit the fanner's eve. Ami when he:sccs he'll suielj bn;' for the soles nre thick, the legs me Ion", And llie senilis lire sewed both neat slrone. Sn ir on wish lo trade, please go To Hoss' Mure, on -Men hauls' How. may lil'iw JEW SPKIN'li HOODS. I. . V A 1. 1 ij v 1; T T 1: ()ions tills season a largos and liner .s-joil- meni 01 HOOTS AND SIIOKS than over befoie. Ills facilllles f.n doing busi ness have been Improved, and ho Intends lo exoel In every direction nil of his piovlous ollorls. i.ADIKS, Mlssfs AND CHIt'DHI'N'S fine freiich Kid, Cinoco.i KM, Oiled and I'ebbleil (lo.it, Serge nnd Serge rxci!, in Hultuii nnd l.acn (HINTS, HOIS' AND YOl'Tlls Calf llaiid-saned (Clly Make), Cable Sened, Mai 111 mi Sewed, and IVL'L'ed llmls nml shoes In nil t,l let. ct'STOM WOHK Manufactured for (Scuts', Ladles', Misses' anil Children's wear. My eHrlouii of tlility years wair.uils hie In ipiarautis-lng OOOD STOCK AND PKHfflT flTS Call nnd see 1110 nl No. 13 MIIHCIIANTS' HOW. Iilldlf QPItINO STYI,i:S OF FltFNCII KID IJ Shoos, itt to fo, at O. W. Cl'ltHIHIfS, 7 adifs sF.iMii: (i()iii:.iii:Ki,i:i) -IV Mlppers, only , nl O. W, CCHKIHK'S. ii:ns' cai.f hoots, m.w u sum -LtX nt tliochoapcashsloro. No. c, .Merch.inls' Hon. ATKN'S' kll "fApTs()l,K. HAND. 11 1. MADK HOOTS, 3.;. at No, it, Merchants' "VI UN'S UrilllKII HOOTS, !f:.7fl, at llL O. W. Cl'HHIKH'S, No. tl, .Merchanls' 7 ADIKS' WIHTF KIDSI.IPPKIIS, ut O. W, Ci'itiiiKii's, No. 0, Merchants' How. vrKYitJiT"im()(")ANs, "r.-rr., al -Li Cl'lllllKll'S. EliACKSJIITlI'S APItONS, ijl.'.'.-. at O. W. Cl'lllllKll'S 11111 IlllW i: hooFand "sTioiT "stohi:, MAHTKI.IAS HI.OCK, Ckxtkii SrincKT, - Hl'TIVND, VT. I have tho llunst stock of Heady Made. 11 O (ITH A N 1) H II O K S for (louts' nnd Youths' 111 the Slate. Orders In the best slles of workmanship, well niado, In tlnestlinpoited la'athers. onlj llrst-classnork. men omplo)eil. All woi k under tho siuiorvlsloii of (I, Vnlluuotle, Ijulles' Work loonier, In (lie chnsto niidolo. gant mode of Spring fashions, finest stock Hi all varieties. mliUiu 11. VAI.I.I('l"i:n'U. A Clovolaiiil wonmn roso so far suporinr to sex ns tu fracturo 11 ImrgliirV skull witli n iKMit.jack, Init (lilayoil j;lvln'; an alarm till slio l oulil put up her liucU hair nml tlio Intruder hail csoapiHl, A Atontrcal luiy foil six slnrie.s tliitiiiL'li tho Iinlsty ny nf n stoix, l.isl wak, mid iliil not break 11 Nine,