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VOL. I -NO', 207.
RUTLAND, VT., WEDNESDAY MORNING, DJiOKMBlilt 31, 18715
VmOK TJ1HKK CENTS.
( U'HTAIN COHNICE9 OP 15 LACK
Walnut, or all (lilt, made to order, .cur
lain ItltiES, Tasscli aua Cords. DKAKllOll.VS
SHOW CASKS, COHNK.H, CLOCK
and Mantle Shelves made to order, with
l'lnln or Moulded edges. IIHACKI.TS sawed In
different njles at lHAllll()ltNs
TKW MOULDINGS POIt PICTUHP.
Xl Framing, Chroinos, Mthnuinplis, una
Kngravlngs at lirARHORN'N
PIANOS AND OHGAlS'S Timed, licgu
latcd and Repaired. .Melndeon and Oinnn
Bellows re-cuverod with new rubber imtlmudo
to work "03 good as new," M
riMIK DP.CKHH HHOTUHltS PIANOS
JL are pronounced "absolutely matchless In
every particular." II. N. ME11H1AM sells tliem.
13IAN0S AND OKGANS tit lowest
X prices and on easy terms at
1 K. N. MRRRIAM'S.
SUKKT MUSIC, Music Hooks ami small
Instruments, also best Violin, (lultur and
violoncello strings may be ad "J,,.,,,,,
milBGHOVKH & HAKHH SKWING
L MACIIINi: IS the best machine ror family
Use, as many who have used others have round
out. Mold on Installments at U. N. MKHItl AMU
IJ P, I'., I.e. Pianos, Piotilies, Pictmu
X Frames and l'errect Fitting. Shirts at
i:. N. MKHltlA.M'S.
It V T L A N D L A U N I) It Y .
UNDEK TUK. Cl'.NTUAI, 1I0USK,
MERCHANTS' ItOW, - - - UTTLANll, VT.
ALI. K1NUS OK
,itfsinv irof.-, jwrrusn, rt.urixti .tv,
Executed with neatness and illpalrli.
An experienced Laundress for all kinds ot
liov2Mtr MOFFAT .V O'HRIHN.
C A It I)
'I'm: hahdwell norsi'; hii.va ino and
IIAIlt RHESSI.Nd .1; liATllINO .SAI.OOON.
Mr. Ileno Williams, from New York has
purchased tlio above halr-drosslug room and
n is lltted ltup In Ilrst-class style anil does the
best work, In the most artistic manner, lie
also does hair work In as line stjlo nsdono In
..ils country. He makes wigs, snitches, curls,
chains and anything that Is desired In tho line
oflulrwork. lie would ho pleased to see the
ladles ot Rutland nnd vicinity iimlglyo them an
example ot his abilities tn that Hue. (live him
a call and you will Had everything to suit the
ooUWdtf WII.MAM.S A; WILI'.V.
DECORATION OK CHURCHES, IIAI.I.S AND
Manyyenrsexpcrlencc. Oood llrsl class vvoik
nt reasonable prices. Come and see my work
In the llaxlcr .National Hank.
Itl'TLANIl AlAN'UFACTUllINII COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SI! AT CHAIRS, HED
STRADS AND CHAIR N'lOOK.
Corner of West and Forest Sis,
I.. Atvvooo, Agl. (1. o. lium.h.i, Truas.
.Manufacturer and wholesale and lelalt dealer In
HASH, DOOItS, I1I.INDS,
MOlI.DINdS, HRACKETS, AND HOUSE l'l'K
OK IIVEKV IIOCIIICIION.
FCHSACK SrilKKT, IIUTt.ANII, Vr.
Orders by mall or otherwise promptly attend
ed to. myldtr
LINCOLN I HON WOHICS.
.Marble Mill and Hoisting Machinery ot Hie
most Improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings anil general ma
steel anil Iron Wlro Hope at Manufacturer's
Rutland, Vt., May 1, 1913. mayldtf
A. II. II AWL JOY,
cosrn.tcTOH Axn rii.icric.tr, hi.atkii,
He Is prepared to do all work- promptly and
wall, orders can be lett at J. K. (llynn's store
on Merchants' ltow, or at tho llardwell House.
li'ftinteea Kockwooil Hart ett, Rutland : I,. M.
Mason, I'rusldent of First National Hank, De
troit, ; Michigan ; Don, J. -M. Marvin, Saratoga
MAN VILLK, 1IA1.L & CO.,
WHITEHALL, - - - NEW YORK,
Wholesale dealers In
CANADA PINE & SPHUCi: LUMHEIt,
Dressed In all shapes for building purposes.
$oot;s ami Hoc$.
K . 11 OSS,
No, 5. Merchants' Row,
8U,0I) IN HOOTS, SHOES AND I1UUI1EUS.
CHHIST.M AS ! CIIIUSTMAS ! !
t2,000 IN MUNSON'S N. Y. ROOTS & SHOES.
SUPPKHS! SL1PPKHS! !
I have Just received for Christmas and New
Year's a splendid lino of Slippers for Men and
Rest quality ot Men's Hueklo and Congress
Oflt MOTTO IS J
"QCK'Iv SALES AND SMALL PROFITS,"
Itutlaud, Vt., Dee.20. 1ST3. cltf.
Till: ONLY ( OLD .V. WATER I'ltOOF
C L O T II HO O T H
IN TIIH MARKET.
All thoso troubled with coins and cold feet
can get relieved by buyinga pair al
NO. 0 MERCHANTS' ROW.
KKPP YOUK CIIILDKKNS' PHOT
warm nnd dry. Iluy u pair ot Arcllo
"Verh"'S" O. W. CURRIER.
f IIIItlSTMAS ! OUKISTMAB 1 1
at (). W, CURRIER'S.
CtHLKUY PLANTS Prom Peter Henilcr-
son ready on and utter Juno atth. Send in
your orders. Cabbago plants for lalociopby
the hundred or thousand; also, dreeu 'ens
ready about Jtilv 1st. Fluwer plants, amoni;
which Is the celebrated Aiuaranthus Hulslfolius
or Fountain rum, cousiuuiiy on uauu. jiou.
quots, wreaths e., made to older.
mayCUly &r Fair Ui ouods
FHLIO FHO.M ALCOHOL.
I)K..T. WAI.KEU'S CALIFOttSIA Vini:oak BiirEin
are a purely vegetable preparation, made
chleily from (ho native herbs found tm tho low
er ranges of the Sierra Nevada mountulns of
California, the medicinal properties ot which
are extracted thcrerrom without the use or Al
cohol Tin) question Is almost dully asked,
"What Is the cause of the unparalleled success
of Vikkuak HiTTKiis 7" our nnswcr Is that they
remove the cause ot disease, and the patient re
covers his health. They uro the gloat blood
purlller and a lire-xlvliig principle, n perfect
Renovator und lnvlgorutor of tho s) stem. Nev.
er before III tho history of the world has a inert
l"lne been compounded possessing tho remark
able qualities or Vincoah lliTTSiislnhcallngthe
sick or uny disease man Is hetr to. They are u
gentle 1'urgatlve ns well as Tonic, relieving
Congestion or lnltnmmatlon of the I.Herniut
Visceral Organs or Hllllous Diseases.
DR. WALKER'S C.U.I ORNIA V1NEOAK
act on all these eases In a singular nmnner.
Hy puilfylng the Illood they reniou tho cause,
iind by re.sollng uwaythe eltectsof the In
Ilatnmatton (the tuberculardeiMislts) the affect
ed parts rccehe health, and a peimanent cure
IT MEN WILL ENJOY OOOD HEALTH,
let them use Vlsmun lltTTr;its as a ineillclne,
and mold the use ot alcoholic stimulants In
(1 HATKl'TL TI IOUSAN DS
proclaim Vinkuau Rittkus the most wonderful
Invlgoraut that ever sustained the sinking
NO PERSON CAN TAKE THESE HITTERS
according to directions and remain long un
well, provided their bones are not destro.usl by
mineral iwlson or other meuns, and ltuloi
guns wasted beyond repair,
r. ii. jicdonald .v. co.,
Druggists and (leneral Agents, S.m rranclsco,
Calltointa, and comer of Washington and
Charleston streets, N. Y.
sor.n nv am. uittonisTs ami ukai.i.us.
ocl. 2. rt.lw eor ly
POUHTII (iltAND (ilPT CONCKUT :
koii 'iui: r.kNkiir oi mi:
l'l'III.Ki LIIIRAItY OK KENTUCKY.
O V P 1! A M I LL I O N 1 N I! A N K ! :
.1 VUI.l. UKAWISd CKIITAIX
OV TUI.SIIAV, SIST OK M 11ICII, NEAT.
In order to meet I lie general wish andexpecta
Hon or tho public and the ticket-holders, lor the
full patinent or the magullleeiit gilts, announc
ed for the Fourth (Irand llllt Concert otlhu
Public Library or Kentucky, the management
have determined to postpone tho Concert' and
TUESDAY, the 31st ot MARCH. 157J.
They hae already realized
OVER A MILLION DOLLARS,
And have a great many ngentsyet to hear from.
No doubt Is entertained of lliesale or every
tloket befoiu the drawing, but whether all am
sold or not the concert and drawing will posi
tively and unequivocally take placo on the dav
now fixed, and If any remain unsold they will
Hie cancelled anil the prles will bo reduced In
propotllon to tho unsold tickets.
Only go.OiM tickets have been Issued and
TWELVE THOUSAND CASH (UI-TH,
1 , n o o , o o o
will be distributed among the ticket-holders.
The tickets are pt luted In coupons, of tenths,
and atl fractional pails will be represented In
the drawing Just as whole Uckclsaie.
.1ST ()!' (HITS.
One (Irand Cash (lift
One dram! Cash (lltt ,
One drum) cash din
One draud Cashdltt
One dram! Cash dirt
10 Cash dirts, tio.ooo each.
m Cash dirts.
loo Cash dltts,
sal (,'ash dirts.
Has cash dirts.
ll.uoj Cash otrts,
Total, 12,000 dlfts, all cash, amoutht-
lng to ji,MKi,0Ja
Tho chances for a gift uro as one to live,
PRICE OF TICKETS.
Whole tickets. VJ: Halves, tir. Tenths or
each coupon, K; Eleven whole tickets for soos
22X tickets for si.ooo; 113 whole tickets for
.'..oeoi 221 whole tickets for tio.ooo. No discount
on less than $M)f) worth of tickets.
ino l ourm uirt concert wilt be conducted, in
all respects, llko tho threo which have already
been gUen, and full particulars may be learned
from circulars which will be sent tree from this
ofllco to all who apply for them.
Orders for tickets und applications for agen
cies will be attended to In the order they are ie.
celved, and It Is hoped they will be sent t
promptly that there may bo no disappointment
or delay In tilling all. Liberal terms given to
those who buy to sell again. All agents are
peremptorily icqulred to settle up their ac
counts and return all unsold tickets by the20th
day of March.
TIIOS. E. HUAMLETTE,
Agent Public Library Kentucky, and Manag
oirt Concert, Public Llbiary Uulldlng, I.oul.
q. j: T T II K
h n s t n i: s p a p.i: it
r K 11 M 0 iV' T.
$ -j.r, o
I' A Y ,S V O II T II i;
W H K IC I, Y O L o h i: ,
TO JANUARY 1, 1S75.
(iLOI)H PAPHH CO.,
Or, leave your money wllh tho Post Master
or any o( our agenw.
At:enl. lor th (.IoImi.
II, L. Stllsnn. llemdiiglon.
II. I'. Moigau, WalllngfiMd.
Ileibeit Smith, I'aelory l'oinl,
II. S. Haul, Arlington.
M. II. Kelley, Soufli Walllng orU,
c. (.'. Pierce. Hast Clarendon.
E. J. Carpenter, llrallleboru,
Kelley A; Dyer, llraiiiloli,
Dennlson llrothers. l'ltlsfold,
W. M. Day, Mldilh bun.
Hums Hull, I'lttsllelil.
I. D. Culver, llyduvlllo.
T. K, llorton, Clarendon,
D. I', I'eabody, 1'ltl.srord.
Alden Si Co., Mlddlebury.
II. K. Spencer, Sutherland Falls.
Ashlon Hubbard, Falrlumn.
Kelloggj.c Rice, Castletou.
C. .I. dllmore, West Rutland.
! .lohuson. West Pawlel.
W.S. llassctt, Mldillctowii.
James Idee, Pawlel.
II F. I'.irmcnter, Mcchnntcavllla.
D. llorton, Mount Holly, '
W. W. Illblmnl, Poultney.
P. Ilnltou, Dauby 4 Coimrs,
William l'lerco, Danby
II. A. Carter, Unison,
W. II. Hull, Wells.
O. F. Woods, Hellows Falls.
P. II. Rnbblns, Chester.
E. It Allen, East Walllngfcrdl
Nhcrmnu HruthorH, Ludlow.
Ilrown ic Clark, Chlttendtn)
J, D. I'urdr, .Maucheiilcr.
K M Southard, Vergennes.
.1. F. Johnson, Hubbuilon,
A. W, Irving, Orwell.
Reuben Whlleomb, Sloekbik'ce.
W. F. Moise, 1'. il., Nhrettnbu.y.
S, Sulls, I'uiosldale,
R. II. Dill Ion, ',.M Cavendish.
W S. Ilasselt, Postmaster, Mhhlletown.
J. (' Spencer.I'usimiister, East Clarendon,
U, A. Rami, East Poultney.
(', It, Marsh, North Clarendon.
L. JCaston, P, M., llortonvllle. Vt,
U. A. Fond, 1', ii Whltluf, Yt.
A Hock of 210 Dure Snanlsli Sheen, ot the "Don
I'edro" and "Improved 1'auUr " breeds, belong
ing to the estate of tho late Joseph Sheldon of
I'ulrhaven. Also ft) line lambs, 25 yearlings. In
line condition for shipping; luo line breeding
ewes and 8 stock bucks. Will be sold altogether
or In lots to suit customers, l'or further par
ticulars, call upon, or address
s. W. 1IAILEY, At'M'n.,
sepwdlf Falrhacn. Vermont.
p OH S A L K I
My house on the corner of Main and Washing
ton stieets, with or without the two houses ad
joining. Also a desirable garden lot on the south end
M A I N S T It E U T ,
containing about llfty choice trull 1 lees.
Mrs- K. W. 11UNTOON.
Enquire ot C. 1'. Huntoon, at
I.ANDON .V HU.VrOO.VS.
glutei's ami Sininij iloomj.
.1. W. CHAMTON, Propiictor.
The HARDWELL HOUSE Is located opiioslte
the lkqiot, and has long been tmorably known
to tho traveling public. It has been recently
Improved, now nllordlng the best and most ma
ple accommodation to guests.
The TAIII.E will be supplied with all the lux
uries of thu Season, and every attention will be
paid to tho comrort ot Its patrons.
In the future, as In the past, the Propilelor
Intends to make It allist-class House allonJ
Ingall the comforts ot a home to thetraeler.
The public patronage Is solicited.
A dOOD LIVERY in connection with llio
Attentive PORTERS will be found at the He
Iil on the al rival of all trains.
1 K N T It A L II O V S J! .
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS.
Complclo with looms
KN SUJTi: AND S 1 N G L H ,
being the eryeenteror fashion und btllllHiit
Kutland lire. In proximity lo places nf amuse,
ment. and. oniioalie deonro II. Palmer's. Hint ,t
Slierimin, C. A. I'arkhui-it and deoivo W. 1111-
llard's dry good palaces.
() Y S T E R S
for sale In lurgo or small quant II les, sud served
In uwiy stjle.
.1. -. .M.MHIMC1, I'HOC'lt
Rulland, Nov. :.. illm
a k j: d u nm o u n no usu,
H. P. IIITCIIC(K!IC, Piopiielor.
J. W. PORTER. M Wtiti.il.
This well known and jiopular Hotel, situated
on thu shores of Lake Dunmorc, has been ic
cently put in thorough repair. Several lien
Cottages have been built nnd ncnly furnished,
and will bo opened June 1st, for the loceptlon
of boarders and tourists. ma)2Sdtf
JHW DINING HALL,
LADIES AND (lE.NTLE.MEN,
I. W. PISIIHH,
(Qulnu's Illock,) Ofi'OsiTE the Depot,
:w"Wann Meals at all hours. Pollto nnd at
tentive walteis in attendance.
Fresh oysters received dally, and sold by the
gallon, quart or pint.
It AN DON HOUSK.
It. DEMING, PnopiiiKToi:.
ts-Frco Cnrrlago to and from the Depot.
A good Livery and Illlllard Room In connec.
Hon with tho House, novodtf
K 11 1 V F ' S S A L E.
KNOW Al.r. Mi.n. that I hall) this il:iv levied
two executions, In my hands, ror collection,
and directed lo me, to wit :
One In favor or the National llankof Poultney
and tho other In favor or Merrill Claik ot said
Poultney, both against Fan and Paiker ot Cas
tlelon, In tho county or Rutland, und Issued
from J fit 1 urn t County Conn, September Term,
A. D. IsTa. upon all tho undivided right, title,
and Interest of lhnsald debtor Parker, 111 anil
to the peisonal estate pertaining lo the marble
quarry and winks, kuonnus tho Parker, dllson
a; Dewey marble quarry and works, situate In
West Rutland, In I lie town auiUounty of Kill
land, Including Deiilcksiind Hoisting apparu
Ills and Il.xtutes ; two Stone Culling or Chmi.
Deling Machines : Drills anil all onarrv Innls
and machinery connected wllh tho ojiarry, and
Mills, and Shoos exeent whaL Ih-Ioiic-s
ii ui rwuii , i.ii mini iiiemisen.
Also, all IhoDuirhluMllarilcd and In blneks In
und about said premises ; also, all thu marble
sawed, and luanuraclun d.or Hi process of man
ufacture, Including us ntoresald, nil tho said
debtor Farrahd Parker's Inteiest and title In
anil to all the personal properly upon said
And the same I shall sell at nubile vendue
upon Iho said quarry premises In said West
Huiianu, in sail) iowii or iiuiianil, on tho 13lh
day of December. A. 1). 1313. lit two o'clock In
thu uriernoou, to tho highest bidder therelor lo
satiny saiii executions ami tuo oiuccrs legal
fees and charges Ihercou nirreeablv lo law.
Dated at suid Rutland Ihis'J'JIhdayof Nuveui-
W.M. M. FIELD,
Sherlirnt Iho County of lint In lid.
1 JASTL'HH LAND IN PITTSFOItl)
.L For sa u or lent. One hundred and twentv
llvu aei es of line PASTU HE laud located one and
oue-hair mllus Iroui I'lttsriird Village, Address
or call on E. P. HITCHCOCK, under National
iMiihoi itiuiniiii, Huiianu, vi, jvinyiu
BLANK HOOKS Aw n specialty with
us. Wohaveeveollilnglnllilslliie. We
have one or the best (II not the best) upilntcd
Hlnnk Hook iminuracloilcs lit Iho slate. Evcry
Ihlug Is new unit In good slmpo, und we ham a
man In charge or It who unilerslnnds the busi
ness In all Its details. Wn have a stock of Una
class ledger paiwm, and Invito banks, inaiiiirac.
luring companies, &e tooxnmlnooiir sinek nnd
l"'ves. IIIAIIIIi PAI'ltll CO.
BOOK HINDING. Wunio now ri'aily
lo roln orders lor nil kinds of wort;
C1DU1IK PM'liH go.
(Utotltinij & mnisHinfl (Goods.
p It I C K S It H I) U 0 H D .
Owing to the panic, we hate n lare over
slock of lino clothes, which we have dctci mined
lo close out In Ilie next Sodujx.
HUSINESS SUITS, fSS, fonner price H5.
" ' 25 ' " tXi.
PANTS, J10, former prlcotis.
" ts, " " to.
II A T S
A X D
0 A P S
II. W. K1NGSLUY,
CENTRAL HOUSE CORNER
lUiri.A xi, vr.ituoxr.
JHW GOODS! NHW GOODS!!
HATUS' IIOUSH COltNUIt STOHH,
For I'all and Winter wear.
M ENS' HOYS' anil CIIII.DRENS' M ITH,
All styles und pi Ices.
IH.UC, Itl.ACK ,t DROWN
SILVER AND CASTOR
All i.l.cs and sljles.
II A 'I' H A N I) C A P S
Of ecry descilptlon.
wi: 11 IKK
GUSTS' PUItNISHING GOODS,
A SPECIALTY ,
LADIES' AND (HINTS' TRAVELIXd I .A (IS.
52 Save, money by buying gomls nt the
Rules' House Corner store, II Mciclmnts' Row,
divv -VASON .IERKOWSKI.
C I. () T I! I N (1
HUNTS' PUItNISHING UOODS.
O V U It 0 O A T S ,
All sjruilcs fur .Mens' nml P.nys' wear.
Pine Hint; tun! Olive
I! K A V U It SUITS.
D!.i;oNAI. MIIT.s ALL STVI.ES
FANCY CASSIMERE SUITS
(It every descilptlon.
floods shown with pleasurejand.sold ut prices
that itery coinpetltloii.
A. O. CUNNINGIIA.M,
No. 5 Centlk St.. OpiHjsllethe Depot,
Souse (Omamrntal ffiooils.
I S T M AS!!
N U W (i O O I) S
I, I I) A
Till: HOSTON llll CP-NT STOHH.
XKvim iiki'oiii: iw.u:i) ix'.quautx
ron run rr.ici: I
One, set or Misses Hue ERMINE FURS, Mlll'F
nnd COLLARS, Isilli lur'M.
All i'.iii alforil lo make a pieseni, when such
magullleeiit goods can be had for the monej.
Ills WONDERFUL and ASi'ONISIIINd every
one tuys so that sees II.
Il ii iiMltm li attempt to ineiiUmi irhut
Uvenllilng thai WAS, and IS, (and (lOINtl
IIIIIKOTI.Y OI'I'OSIIK 'I1IK llUI'lir,
PKNCII-S. Dixon's Pencils, limilo In
I JIih l ulled Status, am much superior to
t'ubei's, ami uio noli! ut lower price. Try
CLOUU PAPER CO.
Watches ami Jkivrlvi).
1 8 7 IJ
II O L I DA V G OO DS.
Il'.s moie blessed to give than to iccelve;
therefore, we kIvc belter goods, and more fur
Jour money, than c.uibu round ir you truvel thu
world over. We have a large stock of
COLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
(Stem and key winding.)
(1 o L 1) C II A I N S-t:ie very best,
(luard, Opera, Lcontlne and dents' Vest Chains,
lleautlful sets of
JEWELRY, STONE, CAMEO, CORAL,
TURKOIS, JET, WITH PEARL
AND (10LI) S
(lold Pens und 1'enclN,
Lockets, Finger Rings, Ac
SILVER SPOONS of our own make and Plated
Ware In abundance at
UAILHV fc PAItMHSTKHS',
No. 1? Merchants' Row,
P.. ADA M S,
PINU WAT(JIII AND JHWULItV,
Oi'ERA AND VEST,
Of all qualities and kinds.
(JI'NS, .tc. Ac.
Chronometer nnd Fine Watch dtepalilug a
siwclalty. Also Clocks and Jewelry repalicd In
a neat and tasty manner.
SIJ4', UP STAIRS-MERCHANT'S ROW.
Si" "! Rent and Low Pi lee" Is our motto.
t i .i n s
It Is said, aie leu, I, bul liovv much harder for us
lo be without the good feeling guaranteed lu
every family, and "some limes a Utile oulslde
the fainlly," by our falling to remember, as In
loi mer j ears, at this season, our ft lends.
How many heerful remembrances liavo been
occasioned by seeing (he line llltio watch, a gift
of some fonner Christmas, or some initio of
Jewelry, f.o constantly about Iho person, or at
tho FalullyTablc, pieces of Silver, all telling ot
soinu happy December will.
Times may; bo hard, but can you afford to
loosu nah golden opporlunttloi lo give laitlut:
irmcmbmncu) which can bu had so cheap, and
of such'supcrlor quality nt thu IIF.K HIVE
HUN K, CJIIASi: tt CO.
JS MEIiCIIANW HOW, RUTLAND, VT.
piiNClLS. Dtuto'o ItotllM (lilt Pencils
I are as good as ranter's Round (lilt.- -some
suv lictler. If nobettei. thevilcservofuvorliom
ising m Aiiierieau rencii at lower prices,
Thcyure. inado by the Joseph Dixon Cruclblo
t, deiBev t uy, ei. dH iuj
, trade at Uielr mil jirlues.
Co., Jei-sey city, N. J aid wti ofler Ihcni to lh
t ry itiem.
0 1.0 HE PAPKU CO,
ZlIic Jutland gaity COlobf.
WP.DNUSDAY, DIX'UMHUIt 31. 1ST;'.
MIIMil.l.ut lit .
Tin' Jliildlelitiry Cornet llatul, gave u con
cert on Fiiil.iy evening Lift In Hie tcliuol
lioilc liall In Vcrgenncs lo a final aiuli-
nee. Tliu lover of iiinie were highly ile-
Hlilileil willi the liainl perforinances, ami
mine caM lli.it the penpleof Ailillnin county
imlil not lie compelled to ncml out of Hie
slate fur it lunul h lion one was nccilcil. The
excroi-cs were intersperseil w it 1 1 quartet.,
lucls, ami songi of n serioui ami comle
clniraclcr, by well known mimical arlUK.
The orchestra led hy .Mr G W Powers of
llotlon, gave great nalisf.iclltm. Mr. Pow-
r perfurniance.s upon the lluto rcceivcil
We are pained to announce the ilealli of
Prank Hope, so soon after the ileath of
tiling Douglass. Young Mr. Hope was an
honest, industrious joiing mail of robust
constitution, yet ileatli has chiimcil him as
It would cem that one day last week,
one of our young lawyers left town rather
suddenly, ami tool: willi him the daughter
of one of our professional men. Although
sonic inquiry lias been made. is to his where
abouts, no legal means have been taken to
bring him hack. He is slill at large.
N. II. Slncu writing the above we learn
Sliorill' "Hymen" lit) him fast, nnrt lie has
tecu tried and sentenced to go hand in
hand willi the lady above alludud to during
Id. natural life. Ilirv do youjike the sen
tence Jim ' l'or parlled'ars, see legal pro
ceedings, under the head of marriage..
December has been remarknhlv mild, so
much mi (hat the railroad grading has been
going on ns In the summer. Thu new cat
tle yard, are nearly finished and are made
in the niot siib.tanlial and thorough m in
ner. The piMs are S indies square nnd
put into the "round I foi t deep, the fence
is 7 feet iii;;h and made of two inch blank.
I'liere Is to be a thick coaling of gravel put
upon the ground inside of each yard, which
will make the yards as good, ami neili.ins
letter than any on Hie road
Did .von ever see the ticket nlllec of a
ircus when firt opened fur the sale of
tickets. Such tiiliinir nml hauling, ami
colding and bawling us if their oNlen(e
depended upon their Inking lime by tho
toreloek. Alden's nml Go's doors lliroueh
Christmas pie.enlcil jut such a scene, all
were in a hurry to get hi, nil vveic in a hur
ry lo look ,-nd buy, and it made lively
work for Alden and his an'ahle and plci-nnt
U. .lauie&on, INq., ol" Ii-ushiirgli, mem
ber ot the Slate Hoard of Agriculture, ad
dressed Ilit- people on S.ilimlav evening
.nt on the mlijcct of the '-Patrons ol'IIus-
unlry." After Il-lening to his address
those pre-eut decided not to organie a
range at picsont.
The lliiilgimiu Ki-lers of .Montpelier
lave been lei lining (he pi-t week nt Corn
wall and West ( 'hi ii jill on Worn in's
liiehls mid Temperance.
Itov. I'. II. Aichih.ild of llrlslol, who
had just concluded his pastorate of sov
nil years al tli.it place, will preach nt the
H.iptM Church nct Snhh.ilh, at H'lt
Mr. Noah lliislol has sold his interest in
Ihe "Slevens lioii'e" lo lii.i partner S. S.
Gaines, who will keep the house, V
think the public will Iind (hat ''Sam"
"knows how to keep a hotel" and will
maintain the celebrity ol this widely know n
Mrs. I'.leeta Ik-Losig and Miss Tri'ddio
Del.ong, i-tcr nml niece of Hon. P. U.
WiMidhiidgc, who have spent a poilioii of
the lat ear ill California, hnv e lelurned
ami nre now stopping in Vcrgcnnes.
As three young men w ere skating on the
ice upon Lake Cliauiptaht adjoining the
tow n of l'.intiin, on Prid ly lat, the -1th
Inst., one of tliem, Mr. Meader of Lincoln,
broke through the Ice and before his com
panions could recue him was drowned.
The tad occurrence lias cast n gloom over
I'llltlslMAs HKKYICU AT Till! MUlllolllsT
Iii llio .Methodist Upiscop.il Chinch, the
morning sermon, by Hev. Hostwick Haw-
ley, D.D., was drawn from tho angelic nc-
claim, "Ghuy to God in the highest, mid
on earth peace, good will toward men."
Luke 2 i 4.
Though our world has been and is now a
Ihe.ilio of many nnd vastly iinpoitant
events, political, moral, and national, Iho
nun tiling tendency ot which has been
lurncil towards the ultimate enllglilennicnt
nnd improvement of the great people j yet
no event can compare in mipmlanro with
thu advent of the Son of God, whose mini
ci nary we lernll to-day. I his was no
incro polltlcnl.nor social, nor national event,
and yet it ever excrls mi Immcasiiied lbllu
ciici'ounll the Interests; of men in every
i elation In Hfi'- I be wx-'hil d iollli;:il
changes of sociclles hid of comparatively
kliort duration and limited extent : but ibis
event, occuiling ill Iho illliclllio or Iho
woihl's hlstoiy, is very closely idaleil lo
all Iho intriesls of men during tin' nges of
time and Ike cycles ol rlcrnuy. hi it nil
previous history convrigcs. l'lopheey mid
hlstoiv. (dike swing aroiinil 11. I no chlel
points ol the iliscoiiiso vveic :
1. Tho occasions of the iintheni, vi.
the forltl, nml the Fariour from
tin. Here prophecy and hlsloiy mateiully
assist each oilier in icvcaiing tuo giauii ue
signs of God In icdcinitlon.
II. The meaning ol tho iinllicm,
It teaches tli double mid mysterious
character nnd olllccs of Clnist "a child
born" und "Clnist Hie Loid." Tho an
them is an ncclamallon of gloiy to God
iK'cause of the peace movement on enrlli
thus oilgliuiU'd, and of lliu good will toward,
all men having such an liispliutioti,
III. The oriL'inallng course of lids wholo
reconciling movement Is the "good will" of
(iisl, vvliii Is love, toward men, nil men."
In this was manifested the lovu of God, that
ho gnvu Ills Son that whomsoever bcliuvctU
on illm should hnvo denial life Tho good
w of God Is Iho oMiiuislIchs nun, lain or
source of all this antlieui nniinuuccB or con
In tho evening Iho cxcicises wire by tliu
Sunday School, bailing somewhat upon
Christinas, hill more on tho subject of
tempi raiwe. Most of thu ichcaisals were
well rcndeicd, the MuVctioiis were wisely
made, the attendance was large, nnd nil
seemed both pleased nnd protiled.
The religions slate of thlsditucli Is good.
Accessions nio often nuide lo lis member
ship. At prr-fiit mectinus tuo being held
lio.ii ly every evening in the week.
''tin itllssloll Mi.iulii)' selnxil (it lien.
About sixtetn yinrs ago r O White nml
Misses Anna nnd Sophia P.itk, thinking
that the Interests of thu neighborhood de
manded it organized a Mission Sunday
School in what is known as furnace district.
The sellout was continued hereabout a year
w hen for want (if room, it was moved to the
school house in what is known ns Guide
Hoard district. At the beginning of their
('(Tolls maiiv discouragements arose but be
lieving that if they persevered in their ef
forts, tho seed which wits then being sow n
would increase nnd bring forth much fruit
they continued in their good work. Mr
White was the first superintendent and the
Misses Park (lie fust teachers. Prom that
small beginning the school lias Increased
until now it has nine teachers and over one
hundred regular scholars. About five years
ago .Mr White on leaving the stale was ob
liged lo resign, and was succeeded hy 1'. A
Cobb the present superintendent. Christ
mas day was a happy day for the members
nftlic school. As lias been their custom
for several years : tree had been prepared
which was loaded with present! for both
teachers und scholars, ami about tw o o'clock
in the afternoon the scholars commenced to
arrive, and we think a more beautiful sight
was never presented to their ejes than was
tlie one they then looked upon. It was n
general remark that no Christina tree ever
prepared in this town suipissed llnit one.
I here were the dolls, toys, games anil eau-
lics lor the younger one, books and other
useful articles for the older scholars, while
imong the presents lor tho teachers was a
e:i in I i I round black walnut table tor the
superintendent, a pair of handsome vases
for Mi's Soph a Park and a silver syrup cup
for Mrs V 0 White, from their classes.
l'he proeiils were distributed by Supt Cobb
ir.il II I) Hall of North lleniiingtou who
willi his wife were pre-ent, "they having
heretofore been connected witli llie school."
I'lie exercises were interspersed willi slug-
ing hy the school and remarks from those
who were present, ami lasted until about
dusk, when the company dispersed and
Jlinlnias u.iv iSiii, win long be remem
bered by thoo ho were present on th il
Iiirlingloii C'll) I'liiiunes.
We perceive from the proceedings of
the Hoard of Aldermen of the City of I ill -
lington on Friday last that there is a siir
about tliu finances of that city. A briet
tatctncnl of the matter as gathered from
Hie lecords seems lo lie that the Trcasurci
of the city made a statement in regard
to the city liabilities asking that provision
lie made for meeting the interest on the
water debt, due January 1, 1873, Iho mm
of (SoOOO in aildi'.lnn to wli.it is aire lily in
the city treasury of ijoOOrij also for the
pauper department of SI, "'(ID. The Hoard
unanimously adopted a resolution author
izing tho Treasurer to borrow on the credit
of the oily $t!,.100 for the payment of the
interest due, Jan. 1st.
The resolution was scut lo the Mayor for
his approval and on tho 1st of December,
ho returned the resolution without his ap
proval, with a message staling bis objec
tions thereto. The message was ordered tu
he laid on tliu table. On Friday last Alder
man ltlodgct called up tho resolution and it
was passed notwithstanding the objection of
this Mayor, the eight Aldermen present
voting (or it. Alderman Howe mi l Shcdd
w ere absent
Thu message until now has been refused
the press for publication.
The Mayor states that he Iind that the
liiiancinl condition of the city in anything
liut favorable. He s ivj tli.it heretofore
it has been customary fur the several de
partments to confine themselves to the ap
propriations, but lie finds in the street de
partment there bus been expanded $!i0,30i!,
or about i?7000 already expended over nnd
above tho tines and appropriations.
The financial condition of the water
construction account he finds still worse.
He knows no legal way of supplying the
water department with construction funds
except by a vote of the citizens, in city
meeting, legally warned for that purpose,
and therefore declines by his npproval to
authorize the borrowing of money or In
creasing the city's indebtedness,
Alter giving a detailed financial state
ment of the water department lie concludes
Ids message saying i
"Tho remedy for our present oilllcully
seems to me to Ho first in suspending all
public work at once whore the appropria
lion is exhausted.
the I iillcil
The following comparative slaleii.cnt of
soinu of the principal articles of Hiltlsh
and Irish piodtice and inuniifacltiics ex
poitcd fiom the Pniled Kingdom to the
United Slates during tuo 11 mouths ending
Dccembwr 1, for the years 1S7'J and 1873,
shows how heavy has Jieoii Iho falling olT
in llie amount of our inipoils :
Cotton goods, yards IJil,l.'.s,ss.1
Iron, pigs, tons
Iron, bar and lods, tons.,
lion, railroad, Ions.......
linn. Iinons. slieel. boiler.
mid minor phitos, Ion.. ,vi
Load, pig. sheel, piping
and lulling, Ions t,fou
Much, piece goods, yards ll,sT2,io)
Mil; manuliielurcs, broad
hluns or sills or Kami
oilier urilcles ot silk oulj ,
other iirllchs ot silk and
other inaieiiiiis, viiiuo.
HAIKU 1 1
I TO Unl)
l,,- 3 lilt
i, wn, oil
Wool cloths, v at ds
Worsted Mulls, jurds.
Cm pel, yards
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ON I.tkK ClUMrHIN AT HOCSIS 1'OIST b'ISCK
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Diiovv.N'hi). Henry Sldnev ot (lrivi.lt.
whllenllenipllng to cross thu Ice nt Cliip
mm's Point, got into an air-hole mid win
drowned. 1 ho body has not been rccov
erid. PoiiK Himdcmic. It i said there is a
pork epidemic in Criiflsbury, not of Hie
usual kind at tiiis season, but from disease.
Oilman Seavcr, a prominent dairyman, i
reported to have lost five or six fat hogs.
Siiockixo Acciiii:xt. Last Friday a
most thncklng and fatal accident occurred
near tho depot In Oroton, in Caledonia
county. A mm named Obi, fort -five years
old having a wife and four children', was
run over by the gravel train, nnd ming'ed
up fearfully. He died in about an hour
after th accident.
Tin: Piiist SrvTE. At a recent meeting
of the New Hampshire Historical Society
at Concord, Itov Dr Ilouton, State Histo
rian, rend a paper showing Hint New Hump
shire formed tho first State government and
took the first step toward the declaration uf
Dbatii. According to a Now Ilanijuhire
paper this is the way death visits tho Gran
ite State: "Dealli has again turned a Hip
llap and enmc down Hat-footed in nurniiiht,
and snatctied from among us one ol'lhe best
advertisers and subscribers we overbad."
Mamtaci funs The llanntrtnys there
is a large amount of cotton in llenuiiigtoii
just now. Quite a number of team have
been occupied for seveialdays in hauling
suppliesofthat article to the manufactur
ing establishment there which are running
on full lime, i.nd paying regularly.
Invaiid Pkn-ions. Mr. Mudge a blind
veteran, has visited Washington, and hid a
bearing bcfoio the Senato committee on in
valid pensions, for Hie increase of pension
to those who have lost both arms or the
sight of both eyes. Mr. Mudge was kindly
touted by the Piesldent, who li.is written
lo the Congressional committee strongly
urging the incicase, which In his opinion
should be 7."5 per mouth, Instead ol $50. ns
agiecd upon by the House committee. The
pension now paid is $(51 per month.
I!i:i'iiii.i:tiAioii Cvns. Tho fir-t train
of refiigoulor cars, built in New York,
arrived at Jersey City, recently, in six
days from Denison, Texa, with two hun
dred thoiis'inil pounds of fresh beef, nnd
the 1 cef has sold in the New York market
at an average of six cents per pound. Tho
cvperimont is therefore regarded as mei t
tmg tho most mngulnc expectations. The
beef was in a very lino condition. Thu
hitting of the car from the ordinary to
iho bro.nl gunge ut ltiitlUlo occupied ju-t
seventy minutes for the whole train. If
further trill proves the experiment n suc
cessful a it now seems to bo. throe trains
a week will be put on.
Hi nusorox. At the annual election of
Staunard Po-t, G A H, of llutlington. held
Friday evening, Dec. SOtli, llie following
officers wcio elected :
Warren Gibh Post Commander
William Smith .
,.S V C
Hobcil McCollom .
M I! Sciillin
K it Trick
Samuel Worcester .
George P Morse ...
C O Thompson
.1 T llaeon
1 V C
Olliccr of the day
...Olllcerof the guard
(J M Sarge.int
II M Price
L J Sniilh..
J li H.itslovv nnd George II Higelovv.Dele-
gates lo Depailment Hucainpmcnt
O H Perguson, Geo H Davis Alternates
CiiinnxiiKX Cot'NTV Auniei'r.Ti'iui. So-
cictv. 1 he hoard of directors of the I liit
tenden County Agilcultuial Society held
their meeting last Saturday weck,and made
the following appointments: W J Shiland,
general superintendent : 11 A S!cphcu,
chief maishal'; S DTcachotit, nipcrlnlcnd
ent of liorses ; Daniel Gidditigs, superin
tendent of sluep; Kleazrr Taft, superin
tendent of cattle ; W .1 liecth, superin
tendent of swine ; A Taylor, superintend
ent of Moral hall i A 11 Ilalbcil, siipeiin-
tendent of Mechanics' Hall j V. I) Mason,
suiicrinlciident of butter and cheese. The
next annual fait of Hie society will be in Id
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thuisday. the
15th, tiillt and 17th of Sept., 1874.
Tin: DisTiiicr of Coi.umiih. -lion.
Hobcit S. Hale of New York Is entitled lo
thociedlt of slopping t lie lecommeudatiiiii
of an appropriation of 2,000,000 for the
District of Columbia hefote tho holidays
At the first meeting of llie committee of
tho District members of tho hoard of pub
lic winks weie picsont to urge such an ap
propriation, and Mr. P.ldiidge tiled to pie
vall upon Mr. Halo to agiee lo it. The
latter luslstid that theie sliou'd first Is- a
full examination of tho books. -Mr. Shep
herd offered to supply a man to make an
examination within ten diys, but Mr Halo
announced that ho intended to put in n
man fiom outside the District nnd give
him abundant time
Hksimi'tiox or Pisk A- II at fit. -Among
the causes for lotigralitlalions in general
business circles may bo mentioned llie ic
sumption of Mcssis. KM. A Watch, which
was announced at the New Yoil; Slock IX
eliange, on Kilday. No inoic gialifjlng
Intelligence could ho iccclved Ihloilgliout
thooountiy at largo ns a token lb.it the
dark days of thu past four mouth nre
passing away. Tills firm pay all depositors
of if.i.OOO and under on demand wllb inter
st at 7 per cent, since September lfllh. tin
l ile of their suspension, and have made
s illfaelory nirangenicnls willi their larger
rcditors. Their icsumptlnn lias been tie
lycd by the ionise of llueo or four of
heir credllois, who held out ag'ilnst Iho
ci ins offcied by the lest, thinking th.it
hey would seiuio n special exception In
heir fnvor. Hut Vlsk A- Hatch uttcily ic
iiscd to make any such distinctions among
ihclr ciedllors, declining that they would
go into linnUiuploy Hist. Tney suspended
payment on the HUli of September, a little
over tin ce months ago, and now commence
igain wllh ngool light lo tho confidence of
Hie public, slid wil l a circle of filends
such as any business honso might bo proud