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THE RUTLAND WEEKLx GLOBE, FRIDAY MURNING, DEOEMBEll 15. 1870.
F1UDAY, DEOEMBEll 15, 1870. LOCAL MENTION. Intcrmittcnt fcvor, a dlscaso not oftcn knofcn berc, is bccomlng qulto prcvaknt. J. C. Bti,lolon ot Middlebury collcge, teaches tbo wlntcr school a', Salherlncul Falls. Col 0. H. Joyce bas goco lo Now Or haos as one of tbo commit'coou Loulsloni affalre. Tho sevcrnl ln'.lonal bauks ln Vermont lnld thclr nnnual mceting on Ttiosday, January Oih. Tbo crolltors of Bcn K. Chaso lntt nt tho ofllce of Dtinton & Ycaziyi Saturday. Tbo Hibtltttea amount to bctwecn $30,000 and $40,000. J. V. Cram'.on was ap polotcJ agslgOCO. Contlttctors C. K. Wctbcrly and Charlcs N IVtter of tbo Delaware and IIu lson ca nal compiny'a roads brougbt thclr trnlns all lo on time, notnlthstandlng tbo drlvlng ttorm of Saturday. Conductors l'ottor nud Wclborly now mike ono trlp cach ovcr tbo liutland nnd Washington rallroad to Kiglo brldgc, and return, and to Whitehall nnd rcturn, mak Ing a distancc of 181 mllcs dally, making tblrly-threo cUps. A good day's work for tbo two Cbarlcya. Colonel II. F. DcuiJ, tho rwell known shcep brocdcr cf Cornwall, passcd tbrough town ycstcrday on hls wjy back from Mlcblgan wbcre bo bas bcen wlth a bsrd of full bloods, from lili celcbr.itctl fljcke, and which ho dlsposcd of to dllTcr cnt parllca In tliat statc at good flguros. Tho dwelllng house of O. P. Kcllogg, cni ttc road north of tho villagc, burnod Fri day mornlng. Tbo flic csugbt from tho Chimney in Ihe nttlc, and was flrst dlscov ercd by a teamstcr passing. Mr. Kcllogg was not at bomo. Tbe bulldlng wbb cnc story and wortb about $500. An cxchanqo Bayg a couplc ltvlagon ltu peit mountaln, in discusslng tbo ftnslbillty of tbe busband vlsltlng Phlladclphla, tl.o wlte, who has an cyo to cconomy, tcrmin ated tbe conTcreallon by suddcnly telllng bcr bmbind to etop bis nolse and not bc a lool. for "likeas mt it wlll be b(Min liut land, next yiar." Our tncrchan's a-o nlrctdy displnjinr, a choice aesottmcntof novcllies for examlnn tlon for thoso looking for lli3 rr:tty, tbe uscful or tho omamcttd lu tbo holiday presen'.s they wish to miko. To onumer atc tbem all nould 1)3 usiless, ns u atgbt of tha many fancy att clcs displaycd will pay better tban anything that can bc eald. Tno prizc of flve dol'ars at the nhooling gallery was wou Saturday evtnlng by Na than Marshall. Tho contast was bctwccu blm and Clarcnco l'erkins, who cach ehot FevcDtecn bull's eycs witbout mls3lng, nnd both mlssed on tbo elghteenth sbct. In shooting off tho tla Marshall mado n'.ne bull's eyes out of tcu sliots, and Pc-kins ECTCU. Mlss Smllcy closod bcr iaborj in Uuthnd last (Sdnday) ocning. Sho prcachcd at tbc Congregational ch ipcl Saturday after. noon and ovcnlng to largo audicnccp, again tt t!io church Sunday nltcrcoon to a good bous;, nnl Sinday even ing tbo cbuich was tlllcJ. Miss SmllcyV sermon, an cxhortations to all to leid Chrlbtian llvcs.was ono of tbo mosl torciblc sho h8 dellvcred. She beglns to-day a se rles of eervlces at Burlington. The Bald mountalu elk a330clation pro pose purchaslni; and inclosing a fcw lliou tand acrcs of land for hunting ground with the view of adapting ono spat in Vermont to tho U3W gaoie law. It is undccidod whether common deer, mooso or grizzly boar will be Belected to occupy tbo inclos ure. Judglng fron rcsults produced by protectlng gatne in Scotland it scems moat likely tba. dcor will bccorao ao numcrous undar tb protcctlon of our game law that vccison will aoon bo a drug in the rmuktt and bear meat will commaad bcttcr prices. Two Thieves Arrested. Joscph and Jamcs Laflan, sufrc:tctl of ttealing money from Mr. Oenorof Sbrcwt. bury, about tbo 10.li of Novcmber, vcro arrcttcd by Deputy Sherlffs N. 8. Etearns and I). V. 1 abody, in llochcster, Thurt dsy, and brnught to Hutland lrdged in jall ytaterday. Mr. Uenor ! a lumbernian who cmploya a number of wood choppers Amoog tbem wcro thcse two brothcre. It is euppoacd that they Btolo the money, $40, from n t'link m Oenor's housc, an tken b?gan to grumblo about thelr job, Bojlng tbey could gct bettcr ay ln Danby. In the courso of a day or two they left for Danby. Qenor had mlssed tbc money nnd suipccted tbem of taking it. Wben tbey lofi he ctt h!s son on thclr track. They followed the road toward Danby tili they were out ot slght of the bouse, wheu they turned and itarted toward liutland. Tbo boy followtd thcm to Cold rlvcr brldge, wbere, Imtead of taking tho liutland road thjy took tho oni Lack of tho notcb to. ward Mendon. The boy rcturned and re- ported to hls futhcr who at onco camo to liutland told hls Btory to Mr. Stearns. That ofllcer drovc at onco ti Mendon, ouly lo flnd that the two mcn had pa3$ed tbrough theio lnquliiog the rcnl to l'ittsford. IIo ic went to I'ittiford and wlth tho aeslst anco of Mr. I'eabody arrcs'.cd tbem. Tbey vero takcn to Mr. l'cabody'a ofllce and tborougbly Bcarcbfd, but no mcney bcing found wero rcleased. Thia was tbe 10th of November. Tbe men aald tbey bclongcd In Charlotte, and were nolng to flnd work in Ripton. Aficrwards new clrcunulancoi came to licht tcndlng to show that tbey wcro tbo guilty rartlcs, and ofllcers Stearns and 1'ea body weLt to Charlotte, lllptcn nnd otl.cr placei in ecaichof tbem. Tbo Jtflans lal boin at Cl arlotte but wero not to bo (ound. Thu illoera devisttl a very ncat trap to dlicovir thtlr wbereabouH, camehnmo nndwai ul. Tbutsdoy tho trap Bprung, Mr, Steaini loird lliey wereln llocbtB cr. B'artrd on tho two o'clock traln, was j ilnl at PittBfnrd by Mr. Peabody, and tho tw proceed to Itoolwster. Tbere tbiy found llia two young mm cogaged ln chopping, arrttted nnd brought tbem to liutland Shipments N. A LhchflcM &, Co , ot Poultney sblpped to Kurnpn on Nov. 28, forly twn car loads of roofl.ig elate, cnrtanlrc 108!) equitoi, conslsilng ot purpli), U ifnd green, and pea crren. llilsls ono of tl, many Bhlpmentn that tbls CLterpil Ing flrm bavo cnntracti for, im 1 wo understand that tbdr BhipraenU nre dircct and not tbrough any other concern. Schooner SuDk- Captaln Montgomery'a schooner, of Bur llncton. wai eunk on Saturday. Tho ruj. der broke nnd control was loet i it drlfted agalnit tbe breakwatcr, abd all ctcapod from belng drowned. imo woman was ln jured In Jumplng upon the breakwatcr Vermont Nows Compln'nts of "watcr fnmino" como ln from all pnrts of tho rtatc. Twcnty-fonr volumcs conitltulo a com pleto ECt of Vermont scbool reports. Snow thrco lnchcs dcop at Bt. Albans, Wcdncsday, wlth good prospcct for moro ehortly. Tbo St. Albans rolllng inllls aro turnlng out bundrcds ot lcns of new rallroad Iron dally. A largo amounl goes out West. ThoAddUon county Journal now prlnts ovcr 1000 coplca, nnd tho Bristol Gazctte, issued from tbo samo ofllco ncarly C00 coplca. A largo doublc tcnemcnt boueeowncd by Trcnor V. 1'ark nt North Bennington was burncd, tbc othcr tlfiht, with tbo entlro ontcats. J3 liken Amcdon, Esq., who rcprcBCDtcd Winhall In tho Jeglilaturo of 1874, dicd al Bondville tho 30ih of November, agcd nbout 70 ycars. Tbere is n probablllty that Bartlett, tho dover Hartford sculptor, wlll rccelvo tho commlesion f 3r tho propoacd battlc-monu-ment nt Bennington. Tho republicans of Wells lllvcr cclebra- tcd Friday nlght. Ono hundrcd.'guns wcro fircd, nnd thero was atorchllgbt posscsslon. Jamcs S. Tlnjer, who wn rcocntly ap- polnted coraptroller of New Yoik clty, but who dccllncd tbo honor, is a natlvo of Wardsboro, In thli ttate. Tho will of tbclatc Hlram Bellows was npprovcd nt St. Albans Wcdncsday. Thero was no oppotltion nnd It Is rumorcd tbo conlciUuts havc bccn bought off. A Maucbctter dcmocral says ho lias promlsed to qutt chowing tobacco if Ilaycs Is nct tlectcd, but rntber tban glvo up tho wccd bo prefers to bavo Tildon counted out. ltobcrt S. Soulhgatc and Frcdcilclc C. Southgato of Woodstock, nud S A. O.ilcn of Ludlow were oj Tucsdny sworn nnd ad- mltted m attorncB of Windsor county court. St. Andiuw'B (Catbollc) church, at Wa terbury, waa dtdlcnted the 30th ult.,by Blshop I)eUoC6brlanrt assiited by a large number of prleats. It wlll scat 400 pcr lons. .lohn Sullivnn of Cnmbrldae borough wud cboucd to dcnlb on tbe 0 1, white nt dinncr, a piccc ot Lcjf lodgiDg ln hls throat in such a mimncr ns to baflla. &11 cfforts for its rcmovnl. Notltbstiindlng IloraccOreclcy'a advlco to go west, be gavoltnshisdclibcrato opln lon that nowhcro can n given amount of money iccuro moro eubstantlal comforts than on a Vermont farm. Qen. Wiltlam W. Ilenrybas bcen olcctcd pott commander of Stannard post at Bur lington. Alexander O. Watson, II. 11 Wlng and Willlam II. lloot were clected delegntcs to the grand encampmcnt. The post lo ln a blooming eondition. Charlcs E. Atnohl, son of Judgo D.ivid Arnold, of Londonderry, and for many ears a resldent of Bellows Falls, waa u sseo of tbo Now York Niblo's gardcn thcatrc, wilb Col. C. 11. Stoughton. Tl.e enture was a fallure. ThoCcntral Venmnt rallroad wondfhed, lth 1,200 corda of wood, at Wcit Itin- dolph, waa burucd tt ono o'clock Siturdoy moinlng. Tralns wtio much dclaycd ln conicqiuncc, nnd tho Boston nlght mail dld not arriva at St. Albans until threo p.m. 'Do you call that n cord of woodf asked an indlgfnnt Middlebury cuitomerof out east" man wbo had dumped n lcan looking load in bis yard. "Wby darn it all, I could have mado it pilo up acord and balf it I trleu, waB tho soolhlug re- aponse. fbe latt number of Ilarper'a Hatar says: Anothcr peraon wlio bas passed herself pltasantly into tho bistoiy of Vermont as ono of tl.e most benevolcnt pcople, is Mifs Marv Fletcher, who bas civen tho hand- somc aum ot $100,000 to found a bospital ln tLo clty ot .burlington. A Mr. Yagcr was icriously injurcd, a few days ago, by being'caught in tbe machlncry f tbo Full Mountain mlll at.Bcllows Falls, nnd L. E. Fay was badly hurt, tbo Bame nlght, by hf ing tbrown from n carr.'ngo by a runaway norte. Sults lnvc bccn brougbt in tbe Orange county court for $10,000 agalnst II. C. Colton of Bradford, by the beirs of Milo Mack, and by tbc lady with him at the tlmo ho wo3 killcd, for damagcs done them tbrough bis ncgligencein allowing hlshorec to be looto in tho road. Tho recent rcfusal of tho leglslaluro to intcrfcro with tho contcmplatcd adjust. ment of the troublca of the Ccntral Ver mont management bas rcsultcd ln tbo bc. ceptancc of many moro of tbo eccurlty bol dcrs to tbo proposed consolidation ecbemc, ns publlehed by tbo reccivera andmarngets of tho Uentral vermont conipany. Accordlug to the forthcomlng rcport of tbo comptrollcr of currcncy, tho nationnl banks of Vermont have a comblncd capital of $3,210,407. and pald. last year. Uotted Htatealnxesot sbu.,(iju, untl stato taxcB nl $103,044 an aggic jato of $358,404. Tbo Uank Kxamlner rcpoits tbat, on Marcb 1st, 1U7U, ten lianUa liaU had delils nnu.unllng to 47,000; antl, on Beptemhcr lst, 1H7U, seventetn liail si'J.uyu. Tbo old quarrcl bctwcen tLo Katt and West paiishcs of Westminster, wbich be. gan nbout 10 ycara ago, by tbo bullding of a frce biidgo ncross tbo Connecticut rlvcr, and at ono time oecamo bo vlolcnt as to ec riously tbrcaten to the divlslon of tho town lia at last becn ecttleu by votlne to liold thc future mcetings of the town altcrnately in tno east anu wcsi parisncs. Frceman Bixby, of Montpelier, who waa njured on tbe Portland & Ogdensburgb two ycars ago bss had LU verdlct agalnst fie oimpany for $!i,C0U afllrmcd by tho upicmo couil in montpelier, i no cuo nl tho l'ortlar.d & 0dui3buuh rallroad va tho town of Lunenburg was dt clded by tho court m lavoroflho town. TL!) was wbero tl o coro uny Bucd tbe town for $00,000 or bouda. 'Jhetnnof Concord takes cour- ago from thlxlecislon. Brattleboro has conslderable food for talk reUtlve It tho annual villago mccling that dldu't como off, Monday nlght. Tho war. rant wai duly issucU and tho ineotlng was lookcd forward to wlth unusual Intcrest bc n'lto tbo auii n Jir.cnt of the villago char. ter, pasacd by t'lo last legUlnture, wns to como up for ncceptanco or rejccllon. liut n forgctful Bclcctman rcnted thu town ball to Ainy Hiono, ana inen mo uaiiuu isBue( a handblll annnuncing tho mic'.lng indefi nltely poitponeil. Lilo in tho nflorr.oon bowover. u handful of hallog cltlzenK, I thlnkini: tbe matter over, concludol th meetimr phould bo iciularly adjnurned and. n'ter tho lall wm onencd, tLcy ner suniicd the door-kcorer to let thcm in, and tben wcnt througli tno torm or ailjourn ment. Mcnnwhlle the crowd, flnding eomc thing was gnlng on, lousbt admlttnoce, whlch tbo doorkecpcr denled for nruden tlal rcaiona, and, now U is all ovcr, eome who didn't gct In talk loudly of polltlcal obitructlons etc. The mectlngwasadjourn cd till tbe 18th, and a new warrant ii aho out ror tunt evtning. Tho paragrapli nbout tho gravo of Ilogcr lllrchard grandfatbcr of Qovcrnor Hayes at Sam'.oga Sprlngs ln tho old gravcyard on Nelson avcnuc, rcmlnds Natbnnld Wntcr bujy, ono of our oldcit rcsidcnts, of tho circumstanccs of tbo de'nth of Mr. Blrcbnrd. Mr. Waterbury aaya tbnt Mr. Blrcbord camo to hls fathet'tt houso on Van Dam itrcct in 1805, took rooms there nnd bo came n boarder. IIu was tnkcn ill nnd 11 nally died, hls wlio, non, and brotbcr.ln law coming on from Vcrmoat nnd rcnialn lng wlth blm durlng hls last days. 0.ir narrator, who wasthcnn mcroboy, rcmcm bers tboclrcurastauco dlstlnctly, ns It mndo n vciy dccp Impres lon on hia mlnd nt tho time. Tho houso ln whlch Mr. Bltcbard dlcd, stlll stanilson Van Dam elrcc, foim Ing part of tho dwcllinff now occupied by Wm. Waterbury, of Trlm & Wnterbury. hardwaro mcrchants. Wolcarn that frlcnds of tho Blrchard and Hayes famlllea live frcqucntly vhitcd tbe gravc, and tiint O'n. Ha)cshlnisslf n good many ycars ngo pald tho anclent tomb a vlsit. Mr. Wnictbuty tells ns tbat nt tho llmo Mr. nlrcbard dltd tbo plnco wbcro bo was buticd wob tbc princlpal gmeyard In tbo ill.igc. . i t 1 Tho Addison County Good Templars. Tbo 21st quartcrly scsslon of tho Addison county Good Tcmplare unlon wasbeld wlth Fountaln lodgo ot Cornwall, Wcdneiday, Dcc. 0. 1870. Tbo s;sslon wm adjotirncd at 11.30 n. m., W. O. T , .1, J. Jlanncy In thecbair. The ball wns c'l flllcd wlth the dclcgatcs from tho lodges, and tho forc noon wai occupltd with the customnry rout lno of luislncss. Tho union ndjourned tt 12 m., until 2 o'clock p. m , nnd rcpalred to tho tablcs wblch had bccn eprcad by the good peoplo of Cornwall, anl f.ilrly groantd under thclr burdon of good tbin, nnd all pioccitcd to hold a prlwito icatbn upan th s (.hen) Important subject. iVt 2.30 p. m. thoso present lcpalicd ti thc CougR'gfitional church, whlch had klnd ly bc;n tlirown opcn for tLcii uso nnd n public ecsslon waa bt-ld An attentlvc nu- icnce eoou catborcd nnd tbo cxerclsts wcie opcccl wlth a voluntary r.n tho organ, fol lowed by n buj crior declanittlt n ly Mtlvin Dnmon of Eait Middlebury. Tuu pro- grammo cinbraccd recilatlonB aLd decla- matlons by tbo mcmbers of the Juveuile Templo of Eist Middlebury intcispcrfcd itb muiic. Spaco foiblds a compkte i r. - grammo of tho c.Nercis'es. Tho cLildren il nouiy nmi wero inuuiy nppinuuca througbout tho ectiro prorammo. Grand Woithy Chief Teuiplar, Jobn 11 Mc&d, Lcing prtsent tlien uddresEcd thc nu- dlence bridly. Ho sald wo aro s wln secds tbat wlll brlng foith, by and by, n hivt.t tbat Ibo coplewlllbu compellccl to ncKnowieugc gcod. It is n good tliiug to save mcn aud womcn, lo lift tl.o fullen, aud to ci.litt thc youog m n and women,but !t h a Lelter thlng lo bavo tl.e rhlldrcn. If wc com- nicnoo with tlds chss if we reach ihe chil. drcn and get tbem inlistcd are we int sure of n good l.arvcst in a nhort lime. Vc arc ngltaled uith n vust pohtical nnd soclal queition nt tbo prcsuit lime Mi'l 1 pball at ttmpt to Bbow you IbU cveiiiiii? if 1 nd- drcsi you to whut ciuse tl.ey aro due. Thu speaker brielly tnumjiu el ihe bineliU ac- crulng trom iLc juveuile icmplir v.ork nud noled tho udvaLcercunta v e had mado with In thc fait tew ycars in tbe matter of tem pcrancc. He was followed by Kev. Dr. JIcGlll, pnstor of tbe Congrcgttional church, Coin- all who thought tbat moro wns duo to tlo young men nud wi m n ot the c 'tmnuiilty, than to thu clilblrt'ii. llelh aigLttbu' they wcro tbo fonr.n le ib mnt in sccU'ly and Bald that ho was vciy glnl to icc so raony tnls ciafcfl ckganed ln tut tfinrnaoce ork nnd ho oirnentlv beeuugbt lhcu to rcmaln rltm and hnld ou. C. II. Bikcr csq , of St. AlbaLS, ttatc deputy bcing present wns callcd upon nnd maae a few renwks expreating bis pleas- io to no prcseui ana jom in tto cxcrciecs f the day. Ho talil tl nt tbnse who talked tcmperanco tnl did int practlco what tLcy preacbed wero n t (fejcrvlcg of our Bym patLlcB andtrust. we must naio mnro tnan fymiulny uou cxprerslons of good will. We must Lnve incir cxnmpie. ue relcrrcu ti tno orucr of good ttmplard va diln; ibo greatcit work In thc tcinperaoco retorm lrom tue lact tliat It was tno most cxlinsive ot any simllar organlzitlon. Ho rtferrcd favor- blv to tho women s chiisuin temncrnnco organizitlon and tbo juvenllo tcmple, illus traling bis rcmarks with many apt illustra- liocs. no was loufliy nppiaucca. Ho was followed by Mr. Damon of East Middlcbuiy and otbcrs. The txcrclecs were clo6cd wlth pmycr by llev. Mr. Mc Olll. KVKKIsa. A Inrgo nnd appreclntive nudicnco galh. cred in the Congrcgatlonal church nt 7 p. and excrclscs wero opcncd wlth music by tbc choir. Pinyer was offercd Ly llev Mr. McGill, tollewcd by mnsio by tbecholr. Itecitalions by MisBcsEllzt Hlic, Minnlc Maynard and Slella Mott of tbo juvenllo templc followed which wcro well rcceived. Mlss Nettio Stowell of Cornwall thnn fn vored the nudicnco with n thriltlngand wcll rcndercd rcci ii ion whlch was loudly ap plaudcd. The cbttlrtriia thcu introduccd, Col Jolm li. Mtnl of ltacdulpb, wLo epokofor an hour and a balf. The follouiug is a brief abstinot. Ho Bild : Jfr. Chairman Lathes and Utntlemen , It Is not nnoiv BUbject, this old theme of tempcrnnce, lor me to speaK on at tms tlmi'. It li all truo ILnt maukind wcie mado up- rigut, but uavo Fougui out muoy inrentions. Smco tLu' tld AlcLumiit difcovtrcii tbut alchollc liquors could bc cxtractcd from that n iurisidng product of tho soil, it has lnen olteu provcn now excccoingiy lniitlul it is, afitr all webaveseen and rinlunon thia Bubject Wo do not r.ced to Bpcud our time to discuss It luitlier. In trvlDi; to eet at the aourco of tl.o illi of our ri'publlc, wo ilnd tbat wo tnust lay liio erii to ino irains in intoxicatlug llquorB ana auniu inis uas oeen our grealest trou ble. 1 daro to Biy and I belteve witbout on position from thia audlcnco that tbo Iralllc nnd uio of intoxlcntlog diioks is a greater scourge, n greater cvil, than t would bo f lu fcome qulet hour of tho nlgbt, cvery pri vato and aicrcd sanctuary of our homea were dlspoiled nnd Blmullaneoutly, every privaie ireaBiiry anu uanK was unlockcu aud plundercu tiy burelara. ino Fiieaai r ro crredtotlie lcautl u enl dlcrs mouument in the vnrd and Bald If ti monument wero erccted bcer ng tho namB oi nu uiotu wno uau gonouown, Uenlroyed by tbls csrso of rum its shaft wtuld reach hlghertbnn this. Wben wo icc what rum U (lnimr In ou lanct and we must ioa thero is grcat nced of earnCBt work, IIo referrcd to Ibo grcat evil tbo aelllnc of ictoxlcaliue drlnka wcrn on the centennialgrounds, antl deploicd tbo fact and sbowcd by conclutive facts that sfTalrs of our countrv wcro In tho bnnda of tbe focs of Intempcranco and that all tho irouuies ot our n puuilo wero attiibutabl to this source. Spaco forblda fuitherabttract of htstruly oiunueui uuuiuia. iiu cioeca amu loud nnd palongcd npplause. A rcsolutlon of tlmnka to tho penp'o of vyuruwaii iu iuu spcaKtranu ouktbio.-iel presenco wbb onered Dy llev. Mr. Brook of East Middlebury. Tho oxcrclecs closcd wlth muslo by tho cholr. Tbls unlon has bcen ono of Ibo bett ever neid and tuo reports sliowcd that tho work lu tbe county was never In so prospcrous condltion as now. Ibo attcndaDce waa very cncouraglng, Much is duo to tbo hosnltalil v of tlm Hom. wall pcoplo to make the unlon a euccees, ln wuicu iiify ceriainiy succeeneu. Jaok Vicinity Itcras bt. ai.iuns. Bt. Albans Ib ogltitcd by llquorralda and tho tbrcatenctl tnfoiccment oj tho "nul aonco law." MONTI'KMKn. L At tbo annual mctting of thec'apltol cn glno company No. 0, 11. ,T. Cpn"ey waa clcctcd foiojian i (1. (J. IlimdallMrst ns Blstant i .1. W. Peck, tecond alsV"it Jolm W. I'age, t easiircri Charlcs iuion, clcrlc. 11. M. Brynnt, tbo Malno trmpfu'co lccturcr, Is laboring at Montpelier. Montpelier is consldcrlng tbo miltcr of problblilng tho erccllon of wooden ulld lncs withln thc villago llmlis. Tbo nnnual mcc'ting of tbo N .tlonal f)lfc Insumnco company takes plac.i Monday5) January lst. KAST DOI1SKT. A largo mass of rock, under whlch tl(e marblo wiu takcn, fell nt tho Frcadly quar rvonarccent Sjndav. Had it occurred on wcek days, n loss of llfe would bart-N oecn occasioncu. Tbo maiblo mllla bavo ahutdown until nltcr tho h(diday, but work is progrcsslog at tbo quarries. uocovciing nnd prepnriog for tho work of anothcr Benson. i.unr.ow. Tbo ichool Louso eltuatcd in that part of Ludlow kinwiiHS "North hlll" gcnerally denominatcd tbo " Cnlvin 'Whltncy tlls trict," was totall deitroyed by flre on Tucsdy night, tbc Oth inBlmt. A Mr. F. B, lloyro, wbo icjides in close proxlmi ty to wIhto tbo scbool housi stood, was nwakcre 1 by tho sound of brcaklng glnaf , arosc nnd I lokrd out but diseovered noth ing unusual. In tho mornlng tbc school houso was gonc, Lnvlng burncd during tbo nlght, asd tbit, ns it would Becm, witbout tho i.mwledge of inyono in tbc dlstrlct. It is Btrangely Misptctcil that tbc sound of bretklng glasi, board by Mr. lliyce, was not nccasloncd iiy tl.e bcat of the burolng bullding. Tho bulhllng was comparatlTcly new, Lnvlng been bullt but a few ycars. MONll'HLlKIt Thc past 3 eur Ima not been n profltab'e ono fnr our lo u1 inouranro compaoleB. The liirscs of Ihc Vermont MutUal foot up $170 712 41). Tbo FurmcrB lossea amount to $03,881 20, nnd the L'nlnti Mutual, $1, 128 !)1. Tbe Iuiscb nud maturcd ruks of tbe Nitloinl lifolnsurnnco company fortho last yenr weie $104,000. An lco boat has becn puttip.ra the Wi notski ilrcr nt tblspoliit. The cxperinieut prmcl n succjsp, and wlll probably remalu a permanent feattiro in our river spotts. s. WAl.IIMlFOltD. Tho winter lerm of tho Wallingford grnded t-ch'.iol opens to diy, Monday, under the clnrge of its excd ett priucipal, E. J. Hyde, A. AI.,and lils c nnpeteut aesistants. Tno tessirn will ccntiuiio cloven weeks. This isn sihoiil wnrlby II e patrooajo of eurrounding towna, who have children to edticatc. Our peoilj bavo been qulte anxtous ovcr tho lllncss of r.ur venerated and es tecmed clcigyman, llev. Dr. Walker. Ho Ecems to bo prnttrat -d from overwork, and tbe gcnurtl giving way of tho pbyslcal powers. He is tbo oldest settlcJ cicigy man in liutland counly. S. B. Sabin 1ms lccome a salefman in n ccnimcrciul bouee iu Boettn. A ctrai il laughlcr of Dr. E. G. llulett. and daugtltir of Mrs. Comelia Scott, nged 1 5 ear, uKtl ilctd nt lcxarkana, Arkansas, f congcftivo chills llov. Mr. Archibald.rastor of the Bantlst church, is a good termucizer nnd is popu lar as a prcacber with our pcople. Mr. Alvin P. Ilccd of Enclowood, 11- llnois, n foimer rcsident of Wallingford, icJ nl tuat placc rcccnllr. hib rctnalns aro to be brougbt hcro for burial. Wallingford bas threo churcbos, Bar.tist, Cougregalional nnd Catbollc, a niancic lodgo aud n circulating library. Chlpir.an lodgo oijna3ooB holds its reg 'nr rommnnication onco in cach nvn'h tttd is wcll offlceicJ. jElias E. Clatk iL presidlng omcer anaa k. strongEWy MAScii):sTnn. i Po3t Skinner No. 24, of tho Grand AVmy f the ltepublic bnvoilccted tbc following llleers : J. C. Blackmcr, commandcr ; Amos Kllburn, Benlor vice commacder : Hcnrv DawtoD. iuuior vico commacder : F. W. Cook, qmrlcrmastcri D. K. Sl mcnds. cbanlaln : A. T. Wyman, ofllcer of the day ; lt. E. Baldwin, ofllcer of the tiio guara ; ucorgo il. sessions, atjuiani; D. W. Taft, quartermaster : A. btcarns, rerceant major j I. O. Wade, color bearer j Q. Hazelton, Trurcaa i'Jaton, cuirwt M. II. Wooster, dclcjate to tbo grand cn campmCnt j W. A. Black, BubBtltuto. 'fbe postisin good condltion ard memberHip ncrcasicg. , BltERnUUNK. BusincBs ia prctty ncar at a Bland (till bcre. Mr. BnrcKiie of Plymouth is tnchlnc our dlstrlct school, which began Monday, Dec. -lth. wlth twenty-fivc Bcbolars. C. A. Woodbury has bullt cn addition to hls Btoie. Lovi Willard Is cuttlncloKS for Llsinrlrg eawing. S. W. ifc C. W. Adams bavo repalred up eomc of thclr buildlngs tbls fall. Henry Coltou has fallcd. Georcc Kcut bas moved on to his farm ngsln. Tho fuits of thc School dlstrlct t. Gco. ICent linvo been decldtd in favor of tbe dlstrlct for $1208, a he has to pay for tbo privilege of ctrectlng taxeB. Little Killixoton. V UI.TSET. llov. Norman W. Camo. D. D. of Urook- lyn, N. Y , a rn.n-law of tho late Blshop lloiiklns. and tormerly rector oi Dt. jolm church, Poultney, bas accepted tbe itor ato of a church nt Scwickley, whi. Ib ln tbo Buburbs of Pittsburgli, l cnn. woonror.t). Hcrbert Haskins ehot ono of Co!. Crock. ctt's bundred pound bcars, ncar tte Stam- tord lino on Monday of last wcc-k. Amos Aldrlcb is crandiuror from Wood fonl nt tha Bennington county Court. but Iies so much elcctor on the braln, tbat bc cannot ntlend to tbe minar dutles of grand juror. i.iKDOsnEnnr, Cbarlea Rmltli recently caugbt a fox welgbing twelvo poundi, and measured (ix Inrhna arrniq thn tnd. Ho and Mr. Brv. ant .f Pciu, Lavo caught tbirty foies, four bears, and two minks, bcsldo scme othcr game, this lall. ,Tjm T, Mnrtln pm.. tho meniter of tbo leglslatuio from londonderry, Isaecountcd i.v iim ttain nmfia fpnemllv as an excellent inipn mikinir hls polnta ra. ther sliarply, but malniy on tuo sido ot practlcal soundncsa. ltUl'KHT. BIMnn dled on tbe 27lll Of Nnvpmhcr nt llin advanced ge VCttri. Ho was n promlncnt and ciiremju ctuzen of tbo town. He dlcd on tno larm upon which he lal livcd lrom ci uuihhhi, anu ll.n vnnmrrat nnil laft SUtVIVOr Ot ClCUt btotberB. Hls funeral was atter.lcd lrom tho OonKmratlonal cliurcit ou mc zuiu, ttev. fllr, ijouingcr ui iu ivicoi West llupcrt, olllclatlDg. OABTLKTK. at Mr. James Everion has lately rcturned from an extcndcd trlp of four montlii tbrough tbo gtoat und far west aod soulh west in tiio salo of marble, reprtscutlng n, i-... .i ubfimn nnd Wi!llarm. Ile il a ready salf Bman and doubtlesa dUposed to tue good advauiogu r . .", U"V "? hls few monlln travols forty thouvind flot lars worth nf marb'o. Lvcrson h,g been employcd eliltt mouths In a y. ir for a number of ycara by thcm nadho cmmandj n lili'h aalarr. Conductor Mlohacl McKcougo imJ not epcnt much time ln uasueiuu 8 yeara, i.... i. .ii.i ,in in tnwn mott oi lt, t weck. It Is well knowti tbat he bas been ln tbo nr.nolnnf ml fnltllflll SCrVlCO OI tho llcil' talaer & Baratoga H-','"1? or tnoto. Mlko has 10i oi u uoro ; wtlt aseliowhcro. ue is wuiar rau. .n.i ii.i. viiltcn waa uli eulv homc. Ilis fathcr, Mr. T. MoKeough lt a a low Btate of noillli. Mrs. GrKlln, n flno old Irish lady of 85 ycars of ase, died ut Ih i rutlilcdcu f ber datighlcr, Mrs. lllchntd Cti'ic, last Tnutr day. Sho was all bcr lilo u tkv.itttl CalL ollc nnd alwaya n regular ntlcmltnt nt tnatis nnd was prcsetit for ilu last lime a vtrk ngo last Sabbath. In tuo lioii'o whirc tho old lady dlcd Is a son of Mrf. Crnnu wlio has bccn In a hclplcts condltion 27 ycars, tbrough tbe day Iiu couve6 hlimelf nrounJ Ibo houtc in it cbalr on whcels. IIu la a grcat lu'ker and a gttat rcader, werolt t.thcrwiso llfe would bo n giealcr burc'cj to blm nnd hls frlendf, wh'i uro cvcr rn ly to contributu to bis ald nr.tl comfoil. 'Iltamcetlng nf llio Coib-tn soclety nt weck ut Dr. 1. N. Northrop's was uncom monly well attcuded, and thu festlvilies wcie invlntlug. They einbrnced charndep, tableaux, mudc, rcntlitig, chattlng nnd a HLcral contrlbullcn lu ald of tho object of tho lnstltution. llov. L. II. Stono bas dtlivercd in tho last six years hundreds of temperanco ltc turea nnd Btrmoni in this slntc, New York, Mnssachutctts and Connecticut, lu thc ettn; tlmo bo 1-nidietrlbutcd tnillinns of tcmper anco trocts nnd papers. Ho has rvcei (ly n nlo a puictn c of many thoiuar.il tracis for clrculatlon in liis futuro travtli acil talklngs as be gooa up and down tbo carth promulgatlng nnd advocating fio tcmper anco qucstion lurll its varied bearings. Tho osscmbled wisdom dld ngood tblng wben tbey resolved to procuro an opcralor fnr calllng thc yeas and nays hcro tf ter. lt Is seuslbla nnd prudcnt t) run tho jei and nny depnrtment of lcglslatlou by tna chincry. If wo rcmcmber rlgbt a liutland county member callcd for tho jeaa and tnys tbr o tlmes on the last day of Ihe scf- slon at tho cxpcnso of two or threo bun dred dollara to tho s'ntc. Ho! for ru trcnchmcnt ln leghlatlcn. An nudicnco llstcn.'d li llov. M. II. Cady nn hour with undlvldcil n'tentlou, ti the dcltvcry of hls ginphic lerturo eiitltlcd "Tho eecret of goultis," litt Friday ulgbt, nt tho town hall. Tbo lccturo was wtll written, wcll delivcrcd nnd wtll iccelvctl, antl hls preicntatlou, ior nccuracy nf obscrvall in, accuracy of tliotigbt, an l nc curacy of cxprcsaion, cjuld uo'. bo txcelled by any lecturer in this orauy olhcr Btate. A member of tbo lrgislaluro who livcs withln a hundtcJ mllcs of Outleton was beard to sjy that if ono wlsbed to call t!ao membcrs of the houso to 1'ieir fcct In n twlukllng, lot bl n svy iducn lon, fisb, gamc, dog, or rum. An old man of threo bcoic and ten, acd a young man of twcnly-onc, wcrj sccn (tiggerine nnd swcgcu Imr, anu in n'm, tbrough Maiu ttrcct nct long airo ln u 111110 of Intoxicntlon, nnd thc hunilliation thu scnsillon created tbcrchy turned out rathcr unproll uble to rertaln partiei that mlgbt 1)0 mcntionetl in tbls connectlon, but we forbcir. Tce sbetifT sensatlou Iiu subjUel In part. Threo candidates In the fleld, wcll backed, but not wcll provlded for m yct. now loiig, 011 : now long : 11. w, n IIEI.I.0W8 FAMS. Amoug tbo most inturcstliu social crcnls of lhe tlmcs was tbe miirriagc, Iist Wednes day, 01 illr. .lotepii lllron, ol thc tirm of J. Willson it Co , nud f-'irnli C. dauebter of our honorctl townsman, Col. Hussell llyda. 1 110 cctemony was perforniod by llev. Charles T. Ogdcn, rector of Immanuel eburcb. Thc pre'onts wcro numerons and elcgant. Mr. S. I'aris, of Cliarleatowti, N. 11., scnl n mot bemtlful pyramij of llowers, also a bounuet to tbc brido of vtrv raro beauty and arrungement. The fair of tho St Charlcs CCatholicl church, ctt Fiidiy cvenlnof last wcek, wai qullc a succcb, althoUL'h tlis receipt) wero I039 than on fotmor ccas!on. Thc nct receipts wero neaily $100. WESTfN. Wc have had two cnscs of dii heria in town, both fatal, children of A. C. Miiur, one thic3 the other tix yenrs old. Doccmher 0th occurred tbo deith of tbo oldest pcrson ln town, Mis. Almlra Fu'.lcr, aged 03 yoats and nearly 7 iinathn. Sho was born ln JVasau, N. li., Maj 12, 1783 Her fa'.her. Mr. Keves eama to thia tftwn wben the dnughter was threo ytarB old-r Ttclra was tho thlrd famlly tbnt set-' tled withln tbo present lim.ti of Weston. Mts. IC. 10 ie on horscbac:c brlnimc an in. fant In ber anus, and fio lUugh'cr roi'e behlnd. Falliiu asleen 6bo fell fioin lhe horie, and was tied lo her mntbcr wlth n handkerchief In thN vn sho arrlved snfely at the desticed place She emhraci d rellgion and joined tho MitholUt clms about 73 ycara pg . Ono ol tho fitst, aud by far tho oldest member of lhe Methodist church in this tn-vu. Sho lcaves ouu daughter, n Mis. French of Wardsboro. t K. Tire at Whilehall. Wbltchall was awakcred about one o'clock Monday moruirg I y nu alarm of flrc. L proved to be n taloi n kei t by N. W. P11 tholemew, whlch was so.m cleiintd out, nntwithslandiiig Ibu vigirous cirutB of t' e flremen. TbelutT bol onlv iust reached bomo, lcnvlng the flrc, as they sup po6cd, corquercd, whcn it agaiu broke out and tbls time ccmtnuulcated to Ihc bui'ding ndjolnlng, occupied by O. P. Uenor, drug giit. Tho fire madc consldcrablo prognsi bcfore the flremen got to work and was ni t eubdued for Bomo timp. A boltle of some cl.cxical ciploc'cJ in llio tlijre, irn'tcring tho contenls on ouo of the flicuicn and burning blm icverely, though uot dangct- ously The orlgln of tLo flre is unknown. Bartholemew was Instired for $G0O. In- eurance on tliug atoro unknown. Poultry Shows. The tecond annual poultry exhibiliou of Wcatcrn New Uarapsblrc, is to bo held nt Keono Dec. 10, 20 and 21. I'ho Oltaqueclieo Valley poultry Bociety will hold Ile s:cond nnnual exblbi'i iii nt Woodstock, D.c. 20 and 21. This il llio only otgan zalton of thia lclr.il in tho tttle, and both tho above aro under tho mannge- mtnt of enterprislng mtinigers. Pas Bcngera nttendiug tho cxbibition at Kecne, will bo carrled on tho CLciblrc und Asluie lot rallrcnds for faio ouo way. State Prison. The new bcanl of Btato prison dlrectors, O. M. Spaldlug of Jericho, E. O. Pctll grcw of Ludlow, and Cyrus Jennings ol Hubbardtou, made thelr flrst oflklal vIbII to tho prison, ut Windsor, last weck. They found 130 ronvlcti busy i.t tboo trnking. The grcat qiiCBtion at Windsor appears to be tho BurerlntcDilenry of tbo Btate prison. Mr. Balley contlnuoi lo diicbargo tbe dtt iles of tbo uperiuteudetil, until further or- ueia irora tue govornor, A Iluniitrunblu C'nru. West Townshend, Vt., Mny 14, 18C0 Mcsera. S. W. 8owlH a r, . 'ln tbe spring of 1847, I took n scvero cold, whlch 6etlled on my lunga, wbero it remalned witbout relaxntlon. I was tben in aiajsacnuseiti, and crowing worio nnd bosomlm? unablp tn ntfnn.l in n ),n.in,,a I rcturned bomo and commenccd Bearchlug In earnea for Bomo incdlclno wblch would reitoro my lost lnn'th. I consulted phjsl. ciani, I trled many remedlea, but nbtalned IIO lieln. llllt I'lliltf frrntV tmnrtn T l.-.l tcrriblo cough, and inisnl ago'nd dcal of uioou. 1 nau proiuto nigut sweats, aod cu. vcro paln m my Blde. 1 contlnued In tbls Btato fottmonths, nnd bccauie s) wiuk that iiwaiwitu grrat iniiicuily 1 could walk whcn I waa advlaed I11 try Wistah'h Bai, sam ov Wiu) Cnuitiiv, aud lo my grcat joy I Boon louml ihat tbls rcniedy had ar reited tbo dlstae, I conllnticil to uso tho Bai-bam to tho extetit of flve boitlca, and bavo filnca tlipn f.xnprinnppil tin ilifliMii..r tho lungi. I bclloto tbo BAi.aAM aavol my iuu, ihi luuau ever uoiu 11 in blgb tatiina tlou. Yours truly, Lewis ltiEi.ra. It'iro liimirnuce. John Caln. aacnt of tho Vermont mu tual and otber compaBlos, tifllce under me town iian. d&w St:henckN Jfluiidrntia lll Wlll bo (ound to posacBS thoso quallllcs ncccs Mi'y li tl u toial eradlcatlon ot all bllllous at tiuks rromnt to ttirt tbo sccrctlons bt tho llvor, nnfl glro a hcalUiy tone to tho cntlto B) b teni. Inilocd, It Is no ordltary dlacotery ln medleat tcknco tiliavo Inventcd a remcdjr for tliesa stubbom eomijUUit, wlilch d vibp all tiio rcsults proJuced by nbcrctofcro freousoot cnl"tnft atiilncrnl litsily ilioadeil byinanklnd, and uckn.iwii'agid to bn flesiruellvi lu tho ox ticmo to tho litimunajstcfn. 'Jliatthe proper tlrior ccria'n vpfetabUs compri.o all loo vlr tuoj ot ciilumel wltnout Its lnjurlous tenden clos, Unowan admltioJ fact, rcndercd lud'a piitjlilobyBelenlllt.rescatclieBi nnd tliotewlio ui tiio Mandrako l'llls wlll bu lully aatinie.l that ttio b'St tiiPdlclni's aro thoso provlded by iiulurii In tlu coiumou lietba and routa of tho lleMH, Theso l'llH opcn llio bjwcH nnd corrcctall bllllous dcratigementi wltliout sallvatlon or any ot tho liilurlouserrectsof colomel or other poiaona. 'llio cecrctton cf bllo Is promoled br II.OW pllls ns wlll bosecn bytho nlt red color of ihe ttoolH, nnd dlsapticarlng or tho sallow cainpluxion and Uennsing ot tno tongue, Atntilu rtlrcitl'itis for uso arcnnipiiv cach boxot pllla. rreparcd only by J ll.bchenck son, ultlnlr ptlnclpal crrice, curticr Mxta und Areli streetf, I'hlladelphla, aud for sela by all dnijTKMs nnd dealcrs. frlcc aacents per b x. decldtwlrn iLHuislfal SUrrUnnatsif. Pianos 8c Organs AVEJiEK PIA2SIO Tho Wober l'lano whlch has for somo tlmt bueti bucIi a favorlto wltli tbo muslcal p'CiUi1. haa Ju nchleved anothcr grand tilumpiiRl l'lillujclpbla. In no othcr dcpartment ut our great.UeutuniilatexhlblUonwaa thecompctltlon bo tshirp ns among tho l'lano makera, and to have tho Juik'es. by thelr unanlmoimerdlct, glve llio WEBER PIANO llio hlglieBt award nnd dcclaro that It moro Ihun any other possesscs : "Sympathctlc, puro aml rleli toae, cumblncd wlth grealest power," Is coiivlncln? proof tlia' tho Wcbcr l'lano now stands wltliout nu cqual, and It wlll lienceforth be consldered Tiio llcst I'lANO lu tho Wort I. This grand trlumpU at I'hlladelphla, and tho sp'.cndld testlmonlali .ot our bo.t tnituclans, (whlch wo glvo belotv) wlll inako tho W'ebcr l'l ano much Hought for byall lovers ot mu&lc, nud wo ahall tako much pleasuro In sliowlng this truly lnitgnlllccnt Instrument to all wbo call ut our Htoro. Htrauasays: Your l'lanoj nstonlsh tn, 1 havo ncvvr yet seen any pianos wliloh cqual yours. Wehllsavs: JladamParppa callnl your I'l. anoa tho tlncst In tlit) Untted Matcs. 1 fully enilorsu that oplnlon. They liavo no r.val auy where. Wc nlso havo othf r I'lano'iof dirferent grades nnd prlees so that wo nro prppared to satlsfy all emtomcra ln every parllcuiar. Wo also luvoa gool asiornneiit of Orgiii3 whlcli we aro orferiDg nt very low iljuroa and on easy lertns. cCl.UESI & ElAMi, 5S WEST STHEET, RUTLAND, VERMONT. oct trdAv7 WSTEY ORGANS All new stylcs and now prlccs for tho centcn nlal year. homo ot thu nobblost nnd most beau ttiul sljlua or caso3 ter seou, 'llio mostrell ah'oand durable orgin In tho mirket. TUo bcst prleoH and the easleit tenns ot nny flrst claiss un'uii mado. Kvw Urgans, $70, $90 $120 nnd upward3 Q 1 to Easy tenns wlth naymcnta as lun A3 S3. 81. 11111I l()pcr month. rfit joti ever expect to vuui orgnn, Just tniplre lor terms, tlo. A wrlttcn tnanufactur ers' warrant wlth every organ. Address lor s.it.Ho0Me3, etc., teolS'Kwly Rutland, Vt. Boys' )Vincr I5oos, illisscs acnool oliocs, Senslble, Servlccablo nnd Cheap. Ladies' Kid Button Boots, 'Comtcrtable rattern," uo lacks In tho soles, 'i 110 ue&t vame ior tuo money ia lown. Pebblc Goiii nnd GloveKid Mkicm. Made espcelally lor liutland trade. MENS' CALF BOOTS for c'rets rr buslncss wcar. HAND MADE KIP BOOTS, F r Farmets, Mecbanlcs nnd Worklngraen. Ciistoni Stontx to IHcnsurc. C'oiiitortiible ai.d btyllsU on our new Lasts. Try itin. PlilCES TO SUIT THE TIMES AT HORGliVS SIIOB STORB, I 3 .viiii:r nirwt. tJTShoeniaker wanted upply Immedlately. ma)Sa4tawwiy .V. O. LA.ND(XN, (sucuaasoit to landon & uuntoon,): Wbolesale and rotall dealer ln FLOIIB, UIUIil SKEDS, Ilardware, Lime, Ccmeiil, PAINTS. 0ILS. QLASS, IRON, STEEL, NAILS, &C LEVTHEIi & IIUHHRU HELTIXG And A.Glt!CUBiTIJKAL TOOI.S RUTLAND, VT. Oo Jicr ot Ftolght and Bvclyn Btreota. Just Received ! ! A largo lot ot NBAV CLOTHS COMI'HISINU OVKUCOATINOS, r-UlTINOi1. l'ANT GOODS, &e. ALSO, Elcavir Clotlt for Lnillex' Cloak, Whleh wo wlll cut and mako ln tho latcat Bt) leB, nt very low prlcos. Como nnd sco me for 1 wlll not bo undersold. H. E. ADAMS, au4dwtf NO. IS MKltGHANTS' HOW. gQQ PAIRS OF JUUTS ANU SHOES, To bo closcd out In slxty days, The stock coc. alBtaof MRN'S and HOY'3 TIIICK and OAI.F I100T8, mkn'h ana iiuvs liiitiUKIt iiooth, MKN'N 1'IJHK (1UM 1100T8. MKN'8 WOOL L1NRU I100T8. MKN'8UKAVKIt IIOOTH, for nld mcn. 01,1) LAPIES' 11KAVKK BU0K8 and bUITEflS nlce andwarm forulnter, LADIKV nd CIIII.nitKN'H, MIOK a 1 klnd Those Hdlca' KKBNril KID BUTroNBUOKB aell very tast for $3.to. ...... AHOTIO OVBHSIIOKS, all klnds, prlccs way doivn, MHN'fi 1) UI11.B 60I.B ahd TAP HOOTi", for I oo rormer rrlcn U oo. OKNTS' FINB 0AI.V TAP SOI.K 1IOOTS, Only M 15, fortner prlce $5.oo. I ahall have au A U O T I O JCT Tluirtttu)' i:veiilinr, linceuibor aiat, 'o. w. oinmiKU. No. C, llei ibanta' Kow, liutland, Vt, JUdW CARRIAGES AND WHEElfe 1 GEEAT BAltGrAINS 1 In all slylcs of Carrlacs ftoni thc hcst ilamifaciij. MARSVON'S PATENT tVHICELS', 1JOU1ES, AND CAlliilAnK PA11TS. 9 Alsothc OELEDRATED ILIOX, X. V., I'LITIOHM SPOIXO wSi, DENNET'S PATENT JUMP-SEAT CARRIAGES 'al'l Aro tho best thlng In markct. Call nnd scc samplo rooms in liardwcll house block, opposltc town hall. '"Mwn A. C. BATES & S HAVE JUST BECEIVED FROM C0LORAD0 THE LARGrEST STOOK OT BTJPPALO ROBES, Ever Brought Wc havc morc than one AND PAKTIE3 IN WANT V If.L LO Halcs' IIousc fMoclc, Hutland, - nov22d&wtf BARDWELL HOUSE, HUTLAND, VEKMONT., II ja Just becn nowly palnted trom top tobot tom, reiaodelcd and rcturntshcd, and now has aicommodatlons unaurpaascd by nny botcl lr. the btatv. The house ls located opposlto thc depot, ar.d has ionif been favorably knowu by tbu trovel lug pubilc. THE TABLE wlll bo supplied wlth tho beat the niarket rrords, and wlth all tbo luxuurlea ot tboaea acn. Ihonroiirletorlsdeterinlned that tho L'arrt- H pll aflall bu tho bent kent house ln tho state. nnd boixjs to sreet all bis old trlends, na wcll as tnany new ones, promlalDfreveryattentlon thnt wlllnddtotbelrcomtort and make tbem feel tt homc. J. W. CllAiTI'loN", I'roprlotor. Rutland, July 21, 1ST5. dS'.v auratloBBl. JJUHH & BUKTON BEMINAHY, Ml.tCUKSTEli, .... VEUMOSI Tho V'lntcr TtrmbeBlnB WEDNK3DAY, DKCE1IDEK IT1, 1N7H. classes ln tbo Ulaaslcs and also ln KngUsh. Tbe best, adTnntatrea tor muslo orfered by any school ln the Btate. Muslo courso twenty-su leasona. riacos au new. nixcy aonara a year ald to youns men nttlng for the mlnlstry. For cataloguo send to the 1'rlnclral. Manchester, Tt.. Nov. 1S76. ')) :idttw6w gTATK NOHMAL aOHOOL, CASTLSTON, VERMONT. Walter E. Iloward, rrlnclpal Vall tei ln com raenccs August 31; Bpilni; term February 8. Frco scholarthlps. AdoresHthe I'rluclpal. JylSdiwtml MARK TI1ESE FACTS. The Tostlmony of tho Wholo World. Holloway's Pills. "I had no appctlte; Hollowaj's l'lll gavomo a hoartv one.'' Your l'llls nro marvellous." '1 send for another box, and ktep them ln tho houso." Dr. ltolioway has cured my lieadache that waa chronlc." 'I cave one of your rills to my babe for chnl cramorbua. Ihedear little thlmi Kotwilllu a day." '.My nausca of n mornlng Is now cured." "Your box ot Ilollonay'a Olntment curod me ofnolsestnthobead. 1 rubbed soine ot your Olntment beblnd tho ears, and tbe nolse has left." "Send mo two boaes : I want ono forapoor famlly." "1 encloae a do'larj your prlco Is SSecnts, but tho medlclne to me la worth a oollar." "Send mo nve boxes ot j our pllls." ' Let me havo threo boxes ot 5 our Pllls by ro turn tuall, tor Clillts nnd Kuver." I bavo over 200 buch teallmonlals ns these. but w ant of space compels me to couciude. FOR CUTANEOUS DISOHDEU3 andnUcrupllonsof tbe skln, this Olntment ls most Invaluablo. lt does not liealexternallj alone, but penetratcs wltb tbo most Bearchtut; effecta to tiio very root of lhe e 11. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS, Inrarlably curo iho followlngdlscases! isonncH ot'Tiu: icin.Mivs. In nll dlscases atfrctlng theso organs. whether they secrete loo mitcli ortoo little water; or whether they bo onilcted wlth stono or gravel, or wlth acbes and palns sottled ln lhe IoIdb ovcr tho regloas ot the kldneys, t he.se. Pllls shoutd be taken accordlnir to tho prlnted dlrec tlons, and the olntment fhould bo well rubben Inlo tbo snaall of the back nt bed tlmo, Tbls treatment wlll glvo Rlmott ltnmedlate relic. whoa all otber meaus have fiilled. roit fiTo.nAOiis out r oitiii:it, Notnedlclno wtll S3 erfectually lmprovetbe lono ot tue stomaeh as theso l'llls; they rcrnovc all acldlty oecaalonod elther by inteinperance or linproper dlet. They reach tho llvcr and ro duceiltoahealthv netlon; tbey aro womter fully cflloaclous ln cas'-a nf spasm-ln fact thny never lall ln curlng all draorders of iho llrer and Btomacli HOI.LOWAY'S PILLS aro tho best known In tho world for tho rollowlng dlscases 1 Ague, Asthtna, 11I1I10U8 Coraplalnis, Hlotches on the 8WI0, llowels, ConsuiEpllon, Deblllty, Dropsy, Dysentery, EryBlpela1". l'omalo Irregiilarlllea, Fe7ersot all klnds, Flti, Uout. lloidaohe, Indb irca'lon, ImiHrarnatioo, Jaundloe, Llvcr Oom nlatuw, Luinbigo, l'llea, ltlieumatlsm, Heten. Ilon of urlne, berofula or Utug'a Kvll. Bore TbroaU mone anl tlravel, Tlc-louloureux, Tumore. Uuioers, Worms of all klnds, Vcak nesa lrom any causo, etc. IiTIPOltTANT AUTION. None aro genulne unless tho Blgntturo of J IUyvock, asagentfor tho Vnltcd Btates, eur rounds eacb box ot l'llls, aud Olntment. A haudsonie reward wlll bo glren to any one rcn. dorlnir auch Intormatlon ns may load to tho de. t"Ctlonot auypartyor lurtloa countorfeltluii llio medlclnea or venllug tho Batie, KnoHlOk them to bo spurlous. .Mold at thomanutactoryot rrotessor llot, iowit & co., New York, nod by all respecUbia druiTirlsta and dealers In medlclnii ihr,Hi,.i.,..,i the rlvlllzed world, ln boxea at M cents. 01 ceuta and II each, liIhorels conslderablo stvlng by taklnir tholargersltes. N. 11 Ulreotlons for tha guldanceof patlenf 1 Ofllce 112 Liberty St, New Y"A octirdAw'.y Vjl 5 1 6 A DAY AT HOIIeTtrdjJ tpj. wanted. outntndtormirft,.i,s "CO., Atutuata, Malne, what I cnn d.i In my llno. HcposltSd ARTHUR BROWNH to Vermont. hnndicd jtobcs in slock WKLL TO CALL BKFORE BUYINO. "Vermont. UurU'.ncrL', Y! r! VICT Pcrfcction Trimuphant ! Two iTIciiai ol Flonor anil Uvo Diplotuas ol' 3Ierit Glvcn tlu: Inijirovcd SEWING MACHINES, at I'hlladelphla. Hefore the judgea bad givtn ttiy dtclskm upon Bewiuc; ma chtccs, sevcral of our honorable competi tors cach clairaid to bive received the highfrt award. Ilut, by the unanlmous decisimi of tho judeea, and tho centcnnlal cotnniission, iih j.World-Ketiowncd Slnger WAS GIVLN THE HIOHESr l'RIZE. This is anothcr addition to the proot that thc public nppreciito tbe tn.iny improvo mcnts recently added U tbc Singer. La dics bo eure ynn seo tho tluger before pur cbaslncr. Olllce Nu. 21 Jlcrchauta' Row, Kutlacd, Vt. THE SINGER MAHF'G GO, C. W. I1ICKOK, Aobst. Agi1 .ts wanted Immedlately. dw R UTLAND JK5NUJ1ENTAL WORK8. OEO. I. WIUTK, rroprletor. Manutacturer, wbolcealo and retall dealer tn MONUMKNT3, TAULK1T5. BTATUAHY, CKNOTAPI1S. HKAD8TONK3. TOM 118, VADLTSI, aud all klnds ot ; kt v 1 1 v 1 31 v it o ' i;m i:ntn wrougbt from tho cbolcest graaes of Vermont nnd Itallan marble, Vermont, Malno, New Hampshlre, lthode Island, Massachusetta ana Sootcli oranlle. 1 havo for aalo over 300 Jlonuments nnd Tnblcts comploted and croctea lu my yard ana ware rooms, nnlsbed exproBsly for my retall trade. ItlstlioUrgoht andmost comrlete stock toN roimd anywhere In New Kneland. lielng dealroua of reduclng stock nrerr: tory to ro.alrlng and enlarglng my vort'-' propoae to aell a part or the whole 01 my ntlre stocl:, for the NEXT BIXTY DAYS, AT VII0LE3ArJ!'''"C,3 and complcto ana erect the saroi' A1 J?"1 Ing spring, whlch 13 the most W'"- to erect work. . rii"m?: rartles wlshlnn to purchawl J, VJ ter)-work wiu nnd It for ia'lCi&i,0'Ull ua at an carly day, ana ar" 10 . . ffer. ,,i'0rk, andat WewlUclieertuUyBi"?, , . prlees that defy coiVi wort .-o-u skctches I'artles aoleetlng tn'iHMrf"1I1,n- 'when tbo anddeslgus are on'0.;iiccttlislrexpect work Ib crected, lt J0C tlons. ut'llty ol belng mUlod or To obvtato aa Kia to eome and telect trom decelvcd, I laiuf.in ooraplcto foryour tnspoo mv Immens " tlon, aN'TE, STATUAIIY AND KUBTIO 8COTl''.'c'JksrL WOUU, A 8PEC1ALTY. (.uitcre' Bupplles ln small or large quan. U''!?ooda guaranteed as repreaented. fi orders by mall or otherwlso, wtll p i. ' low l li.c lur L'usu, recolvtt nunpi. aiieniioii, VidJreBa OKO. F. WHITE, 89 and S West st., liutland, Vt, doolMtwly OEND 2So. to O, 1 110 WELL & CO . O New York, for pamphlet of 100 pagea, con. talnlng llsta ot ,cno newapapera, ana eatlmatesj 1 i. 4 anowtnir ui u(jitiaiuK, niar"wiy 0N