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THE BURLINGTON, VT.. FREE PRESS.
FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23. 187-4. "
HI Itl.IAiTO a.-i VICiaiTV.
A'u.it siifccu tons of cheese was shipped
ir.uu the Milton factories last week. I'riec.
1! to 10 cents.
Tue SpringCeM llqndlican gra.ely an-
i, .unees that Jlr. Grant, of Virion," is
'if leader or our House ol Kcprp-entativc
.1 V. ,- II. W. Brown, of Milton, havo
naile and sold the pat jcar three millions
,.f lirict at their yards at Malleit's Bay and
Ks-lijT. 1'age, of Rutland, has contracted
! r .1 monument of Sutherland Falls marblo
k rth .12,000 for his lot in Evergreen cem
rtiry, and it will be tho best one in the
sr Alius Bitter Markzt,Oct. 0. The
:u..tket was went, and prices took a tumble
,.-3t. I c?nt per pound from last week's
i ,i.;.iu ins. Common to fair, 23 to 30c. ;
in- dum to pood, 30 to 33e ; choice 37c; hj-
'.'tl His w.
'ihikrs Ke-cmo-v. Tho executive oin-:i.itct-
of tho Vermont Officers Re-Union
- ..-utv have decided to hold their annual
r.- .in in Jin Mooinelier, on Thursday, the
-,:h ..f XoTcmber The cavalry reunion
lc hell there Wedne-day of the same
K:i ua id Maikst, Oct. 10. The market
.- ii'ive Three hundred tubs of butter
i - ..fl"- red ,ind sales made at 33 to .Tie for
i i.i,-,3ftto 3s fur good to choice, and
I i - i r -Jucti ins. Seventeen hundred boxes
u' in ero Hild at 121 to lie for dairi.-.
I" Hi fir saac and factory.
U e k-arn that the report that Hi'. Seott-s.-ij
m- hai cancelled her Lyceum engage-
..:.ti f.ir the cjmiag season is incorrect.
o! ttut tie manajrers of the V. M. A.
I'.urj Imvi received within a few days a
i' I sr.i'ii from her agent stating that slie
w i il.l ai-pear in this citv November I4lh,
i- i l.crtt-fd.
Wivi, George K. Klvtaid-, of
-ki hid a thumS blown off by the
ir-tiui- of his i;uo. while oat hunting,
In' in-a chimney of the Burliatun
U' , ,1.,-n C uipiny. 112 foe in height, was
. ..dieted Saturday.
1 ciily i-l sing movement encercd into
siic inoo'-ki merchants, U-t week,
-. u t ,vu diys.
funeral of the late Jlrs. Charles K.
U ,:rr.cr took place Saturday forenoon, from
i residence of William A. Strong. Rev.
Mr C ilun-, of Verjennes, officiated. The
' ctri'i-nrrc A. L. Catlin, S. M. Pope. C.
y ard. lVe lerick Sjtith.W.H.Wilkin-.l).
M r-n . liiiaui Tracy and G. G. llsnedict.
i . ti.L.i.n-were deposited in the faiuiK
i .! in tl.i Locust Street Cemetery. Mr.
.tr'-er wis suffering from vcre iadisjio-i.-n
a;. 1 was unable to leave his lied, on
i .i new uw partnersjiip uf Drew & I'eck.
-i- In i.'ii noticed in our columns. Their
ill' :t kiiI be oneof the chain ot branc)
ii -. established by Capt Drew, in iL
iij: n.Nw York, Chicago, lioston. and
i '. in t ' i -(. such connections at W ash
. .-t n litid 1 1-cuherc give the concern here
'-i.'. ial aiantages in the prosecution of
n::i-, in which (as in other law business)
i ie various firms in which Mr. Drew is lead
in j pirtner. d-t an extensive and increasing
Ver-u tnt Bible Society met at Mont-
p ..t on Wednesday, and Congressman
' .Lord u.is elected president for the m
- i v car, but he declined to serve, and
lutiiKiin Fairbanks whs chosen. Ex-'jovs.
s i.i'.h and l'ae&re umong tlic vice presi
'li nt-. -in. I M itb Treasurer ltsgeis trr asurer.
It.i Ur I. ,rd. of Montpolier, is or.: ol the
l.rei't ir The society has received abiut
yfi (.() t'ie p i-t jear. and has . balance of
.''!. A. Ormsbeo is preparing to erect
brick block on College street, ju-t
al 'U' Bit'ery street. Itistobavea front
of thirtv-lite feet, fiaidhed in iron, and is to
b- three -t ric- high. The excavation for
t'ie fnicdation is nearly completed, and the
mis ins will so n commence on tn wall-,
w In n the work will be ; ashed as rapidly as
.; -1 1 1 le (ieesbriand visited Wallini:-ii-l
ii-t fabtiath and administered the
i e ofe mlirmation to fifty persons, at the
n muu service. In the afternoon be
.i-iti'dthe pan-hat Derby, and confirmed
1 irey mure These two parishes, together
tuh the one at East Dorset, are under tho
i-'i irjc of Kcv. Thomas Gaffeny, and are in
i 11 uris!i.n and prosperous condition.
l:nn ins pa-torate new churches bave
' n treeiid at Walling ford and Eist Dor
it and nest 'fason he will erect one at
Viii'iim. where he has already qnite a
itKfcvrivj Kxeecises. The eierci-esof
f e monthly concert of the Fir-t BjptUt
t Drch Sabbath School, always intere-tis;,
were unusually s last evening. In add i
: i. n to fine selections of music by the choir
ir. i school, interspersing the other exer-
i .-i-, were two charming solos one by
' Ki;p, a little German girl, lately
' i .ueiulier of the school, and one by
J .it U i-t Mii.alittle.Mis from the I'oult
. Sbbath School. Tne Ilev. L.
J-s-'t. I) I) . for twenty-seven years a
ii --I : ir at Teloogo, India, was present.
! . ,' i- - .me very interesting accounts of
i i i Y am ng whom be has labored for
-1 i il' a time, as to their habits, customs,
ml ! '. t!i. v receive the Gospel, and are
i "at till by it. He related some very
iifiui iir- ic idents, to illustrate the devo-iimiftlii-c
people to the cause of Chris
t tn i. who once brought into the light
I !.. -,.' -( i ilii r would inform the oune
I-, w !i . i uue in at his china closet win
' . i . Siti.rii.i.y nijht. after all the family
1 1 1 ret.rcJ, tl.ut ho is much obliged to him
: r l.e Linirai ood order of things as
l'ii 1 in (Summation Sunday morning.
A' out h ill a dozen small silver fpoons ai.d
f-ur nrc onts, and a few napkin ring-,
'l i huiii) seem to pay fortheri-khc
i ii, in i.,tinnj a bouse where preparation
-i. iil made to receive such callers. Hev.
I. .I.ve'.t. II. It , of India, a missionary
' o i w t nt. -five 3 ears, was at our house for
i 'vii.ns Hi eoat secmel desirable til
e iu r. nnd he took it. 1 trust be will
- i.ui l'i r whoe eoat be is weatinc, and it
- iri.istly hoped that tho mantle of this
-r.it and good missionary may do some
. I to t'ie ttiicf. Let neighbors take the
ini's (llit of tl.tir windows and fattn
i Tnc scamp foaud himself "in the
i ii. jew" fur a profiub.c haul. the
, u t.iv df hilver in wv b me would hardly
. , rtbe call. M- Davis.
ii.s. Xiw PactiDENT or thu VxaiioM
Ii -i (i It Las a nrtvel sound to read the
nn. -ol James T. Thurston as President
i'ii old Vermont Mutual, instead of the
!l Daniel Baldwin For more than a
'. ir.l of u ccntur). Judge Itildwin has
i . in-d that honorable position, and no
i.. I! proportion of tho company's success
' .sh.t-ii tiic rosultul bis uctinng devotion
i . i;s n::c nsts. llo has well earned the rest
n! i 1 1 feint tit due to his advanced age,
: '., could have no worthier successor
n Mr. Thurston. Fur more than twenty-!ii..-i.us
he has Ftood next to the Presi
I i t in the line ol re-ponsibilitv, and has
h .n largely instrumental in constructing
iv-i-tiuiuns Inch the buine-s is at pres
. nt . i iueted. Thoroughly familiar with
t i; Join's f the js-sition, anJ enjoying the
irfidence ol all, be will faithfully and
. ipilily fiil Mr. Baldwin's place, and tho
inpanv is to oe i ongratnlated that it has
- . I'inpeteat a band at the helm.
T .e wujJs in the country aroaud. and
the beautiful shade trees in the city, aro
'riiiian with the hue of autumn. The
beauty of the colors is marvellous, while
the delicate blending would defy tbo skill
a t e mo-! celebrated arti.t. These beau
t 'ul leaves, in tho collection or which for
parlor boaqucts in winter our ladies ex
fa 1 1: -o much enthusiasm, havo become nn
arti la o commerce, and in fore'gn land
are regarded as one of the cutiasUies of
The Camp-I'lre. La.t M;tt.
" IIAEC OL1SI MESIIXIS-K JUVAEII." HEROIC
IXKPS AND HEROIC MEN. THE HRST CAXIf
riRK A CRAND ICCESS.
The winter's .cries of camp-fires of Post
Stannard, G. A. It., was most pleasantly
and succe-sfully inaugurated nt City Hall,
Monday night, show ins; that t.ie popular in
terest in the heroic achievements of the war
of the rebellion is increasing, instead of
being on the wane, and that tho memory
of the defenders of tho Union is still ten
derly cherished. The audience was'a large
one and included a number of veterans who
wcro prc-ent ten joars ago, at the bloody
engagement commemorated. The speaker of
the evening was Capt. Win. II. Root.of this
city ; his theme, The Battle of Cedar
Creek' a battle with whose history ho is
thoroughly familiar, and in which, we may
"ay, he and his comrades played no un
worthy part. The speaker was introduced
in a few appropriate words by Post-Com-nundcr
Gibfis. The following is a very
brief and imperfect ab-tract of Captain
Ten years aso to-day. in ti e historic
Shenandoah valley was "lust and won to the
Union arms a battle, lastini; from "the
rising of the sun even unto the gc iDg down
thereof." There arc many in this citv
upon whose memories tbecvents of that day-
are graven in character.- that tiuio will never
reinovp or efface.
After the decisive battle nf Winchester
fouisht exactly one month nrcv ious. our
army bad pursued lUrly and his flying hot
beyond Fisher's Hill, and return', lg halteu
lour or live miles to the north of it , and en
trenched. Ihe corps on the gro md wore
the 8th, lDth and 'he "bloody bist b." as it
was called.cummnndcd respectively by Gen.
Crook, Gen. II. t . Wright and Gen. W. II.
Gen. l.irly. a, we afterwards '.earned,
was misinforoicd as to ui- and our st rongth.
lie knew that the general comi Banding
had been summoned t. Washington, to
confer with Gen. Grant, and, in common
with our-sshes, believed that he iisdgnnc
there; whereas be bad me: Gen. (..rant at
Harper's Ferry, had concluded bis busi
ness, and was already as far as Wi rehester
but " twenty miles away," whe r E.rly
made his attack
The speaker then detailed tho eireum
stancesuf his own enlistment in t ie 12th
Connecticut tho famous " Charte r Oak
Regiment" and paid a high tribute to tho
Btn Vermont, then commanded by (. oionel
Stephen 1 bomas. and officered by su : !i men
as Henry F. Duttun. John I.. Bar'stow , John
B. Meade and Alt in It. Franklin, and
whose ranic and tile was not surpa-j-'d by
any regiment Irotu our dear old tireen
Mountains for its nwraU , its disripl'jao and
Ihe opening nf the light yvas then de
scribed in detail, troui the first firing which
aroused the Union iiobv on tho morning of
the Huh a mornmir w hen the fog was so
impenetrable as to r ;nder it almos i impos
sib.e to tell Inend Irotu b-e. First. thcKth
corps was dm. n ! i-k. and then t he l'Jth.
bung att.uked in ib. rear and hr, ;cly out
numbered. I'l.c n.'ite-t was n o csperate
one. hand-t '-hm.: , mid was fju.'ht with
elublied iiiu-urt- nd bajonets
Capt Kjottlicn rciicwcd the s-fttenicii;
nude by the I. is. ,, nan of the Vermont
Brigade, that t',e l'.'th corps ilj ln CUIi
fusi m, and pre nouneed it incorrect It re
tired by order ol the commanding c .ncral.
"Boys," s-.id Gen. Tnuma, "II ny ot
you leel like prajing. ou had better di it
now, for t'.iings look a good deal ike a
storm ' 1 believe from that moment they
more I'uUyput their trust in Hun, and care-
luijv ipt their powder dry.
Tne fiht ol the morning was over, and
we .vere'bi atcn. But hark ! What me. ns
thut sbudt down that dusty pike? liar.': !
Ano'Jr shout, and now nearer 1 I. ?t
Buchanan Read tell the stoj-y
" And there, thru' thi Bush ol Iho in.irii n- 1 ?h'..
A steed a hiack us the gleet of rnUt
wr seen to iM us with eafcle fl ht .
Ar if he knew the terntile need,
lie stretched ss with h 9 utmost speed
Jivery nerve ut the charter was ra jtd to f ill
With bHERinAX 1 nl- tw j miles awaj "
The speaker then graphically narrated t! e
order-ut tien. Sheridan, the movements id
the army and the final victory. In passin
lie mentioned Julian Scott's painting of the
battte.and paid a high tribute to its fidelity,
truthfulness and artistic skill.
The list ol casualties, captures effected,
etc., was then read and Capt. Root con
eluded as (ollows One man led us to vic
tory thanks to the Institutions ot the
American Republic, which rewards genius
from whatever rank in the social scale it
com- st and which bus transformed the little
Irish cavalry Captain, Sheridan, whom we
all now know and admire.to be Lieutenant
General of the armies of the great Republic.
Captain Root laliored under a crcat dis
advantage in suffering from a severe cold,
but his enunciation was di-tinct and ho was
easily beard iu all parts of the ball. His
paper (to which our abstract does but little
justice) yvas frcquectly interrupted with
hearty applause, and hold the close atten
tion of the audience from beginning to end.
A largo and well-executed plan of the battle
field greatly aided the speaker in giving his
hearers a clear and definite idea ot the na
ture of the ground and the position of the
All in all. Post S'annard's first eamp-Gre
or the season was a grand s.iccre which
we trust will be equalled by st lss:iiicr.t
gatherings of the same kind.
The dwelling house ol Charles I.twrcnec,
near the head ol Fairfield Poud, on tJie road
to Sheldon, was destroyed by fire on Wed
nesday evening, the 14th, and three young
children consumed with it. The fitlierof
the family was in a distant held at work,
and the mother left the houso for a short
time, returning too late to save her chil
dren. The two eldest, aged two and three
respectively, crawled under the bed, and
the fire burnt the cords, letting the bed
down on them ; and the youngest, who
was but a tew months old, was left in the
cradle and urnt to a cri-p.
M L W r.. It. At a meeting of the stock
holders of t he Montoelicr, and Wil River
Rai lroad at Montoelicr, on Wedne-vtay, it
was voted transfer the road to the trus
tees on the following conditions That the
bondholders shall pay the present floatir g
debt of the corporation, $55,000, and the
road's indebtness for its rolling stock ; that
there shall be no increase of rates on freight
or passengers ; that the residue of the earn
ings of the road shall be devoted to the pay
uieut of the interest coupons and the liqui
dation of the bonds, and that w hen all these
obligations of the road are paid off it shall
bo returned So the stockholders ; that in
any iailure to comply with these conditions
tho corporation may resume possession of
TflE SoVEREtCNsOF InOIsTRV I VeRMJNT.
John Orvis, natioi.al lecturer and deputy
of the Sovereigns ol Indo-try, organized the
first council of the Order in Vermont at Si.
Jobnsbury on Tus-slay evening, the 13th
inst., composed of thirty --even charter mem
bers, six ul vhotn were ladies. Mr. John
Clark vtas chosen I-residcnt and Mr F Cui
(enter. Secretary. On the afternoon ol
Wednesday, Mr Ortis organize! ascend
council at St. Jobnsbury Centre and Thurs
day evening gave a free lecturs in Town
Hall. There is now a lively interest through
out the State in the spread of tiic Order of
the Sovereigns (,f Industry as well as tue
Patrons of Hts''andr3'. I'ne two Orders;
promise to work in harmonioiis co-operation.
The first grange in New Kugland was
organized in St. Johnsbary. about three
3 ears ais
The annual meeting of thestoeklloluers in
the Wrraont and Canal. Raiiro-td Coai
liany was held at ilrattleboro on Thursday,
the 15th. Few stockholders were present
and little interest was manifested. It was
expected that the finnl ratification of the
contract with the Central Vcrmuut would
hat o been reported and tbo exchange pa
pers presented, but owin to the desire on
the part of the Central Vermont to obtain
consent of the Court o! Chancery in the j
matter, there ws a postponement ol the I
final settlement. It was voted that the f
directors be constituted a committee for the !
purpose of receiving and holding the shares I
ir this corporation, which tuay ! assigned i
1 1 them in trust for the holders of the bonds I
of the Central Vermont Railroad Company, I
for the purpose of profiting their interests
anu too protection ol any rights which may
accrue under thecoavejanco: and that the i
sum oi su,wj uo appropriated out ot tne
first money received for paying future inci
dental expenses. Tho old Board of Direct-
r r a..s I . . ...
ors, with the exception ol Mr. Hoyt, who
declined a rtrtlcetion, was re-elected. Mr.
Hoyl's place was filled by Mr. William
Mixtcr. The board now consists of the fol
lowing gentlemen Bradley Barlow.Francis i
A. Brooks, J. Q. A. Gri-woM, James R. '
Nichols, K- A. Sowlos, Samuel Wells and
William Mixter. (
Reported for the Free Press and Hie r.
Mirnlsj School Convention.
Bradford, Oct. 11.
The convention of Sunday School workers
a-sembled promptly at nine o'clock, and
was opened by a half hour prayer and pro
mise taceting, led by II A. Howe, of
Montpclier. Town reports followed, which
indicate increased interest in the Sunday
School work in different parts of the State.
Following theso was the somewhat novel ex
crcire of "hand shaking,'' which was ex
ceedingly interesting to all.
A. M. Butler, Secretary of tho workers,
then gave his report, to which tho audience
li-tcned with intense interest.
From the report I make the following ex
tracts in regard to the early history of Sun
day Schools in Vermont :
In 1603, Rev. David Sutherland, a Scotch
mini-tcr, came to this country and soon
after settled in Bath, X. H. In January,
1S0G, he organized a school in his own par-i-h.
This was soon followed with two or
throe others in adjoining towns.
In all probability this was the first Sab
bath School in New England, if not in the
United States. The interest in Bible in
struction soon spread to towns in this State.
In 1811 a school was organized in'Con
cord. This was probably the first school in
terrnor.t. Tne first school in Orleans
county was organized in Greensboro in the
year 1S1 1 by Col. Asahel Washburn, in bis
own house. Another was organized in
Craftsbury the ran.o vcar. The first school
in Caledonia county wasin liar vick in lbl 1,
The first in Orange county was in a school
house in Nctvbury, in ISIS.
The first one in Windham county, was in
Westminster in 1613 or '1 1.
The first in Chittenden county were in
Wcstlordand Essex in IS18, under tho di
rection of Bro. Simeon Parmalec and Ilex.
A. Morgan Marly; at the samo time schools
were organized in Jerichoand Williton.
In Rutland county a school yvas organiz
ed in 1H15.
In other counties schools were carly
foruicd The principal exercise in all o f
the early schools yens repeating passages of
scripture followed by appropriate remarks.
From the report 1 obtain the following
statistics in regard to schools at the present
time Number of schools reported, 100;
number of scholars reported, 5.,330; number
under io years ol age, t!5,M0, or twenty
eight per cent of the whole number of that
age in the State; number of church mem
bers in the Sunday school 15,412. or forty
eight per cent, ol the entire number.
l'he reported average congregation is
sej,113. or twenty-eight percent ol the en
About one-fifth of the schools report
teachers' meetings and a somewhat larger
number monthly concerts
Between six and seven hundred conver
sions were reported in connection with
these schools during the year.
boon alter the opening of the afternoon
-cssmn, the convention, numliering three
hundred or more, vyas resohed into a Sun
day school with Col. Fairbanks for Superin
tendent. Eighteen teachers were selected
frum the audience, and after the ordinary
opening exercises they devoted half an hour
to the instruction of their several clave-.
The exercise was heartily participated in by
The les-on selected was the one for the
following rabbath : " The mind of Christ,
Mark ix : 33-40 " After the class study.
Klien nute, of Boston, gave a black board
exercise upon the lesson, showing several
ways by which the truth could be illus
trated and enforced.
Prof. Lloyde gave sumo valuable remarks
upon Sunday School music, and illustrated
the way by which it could be used for the
instruction of the young.
A free discussion lollowed upon the best
methods of giving instruction in the Sib
A large audience gathered in the even
ing for the children's meeting.
Addresses were given by Col. Fairbanks,
of St. Johnsbury ; Messrs. Cooke of Lud
low, Cushing ol Burke, Green of Newport,
Bates of Irasburg, Litch of Mclndoe-, and
Bigwood of Burlington. Appropriate music
was interspersed E.
Bradford, Oct. 15.
The Sabbath School Convention opened
its morning session aith a prayer and
promise meeting, led by Rev. A. Hyatt.
The following resolutions were introduced
and unanimously adopted .
Rnohnl. That in , lew of the lir-ie numtar of
children aod youth cur Mate still outnide of the
eni!Aln acnoi-l. ae apiar djj our isscrew) ' re
port, we srire upon our Sabbath School Miorkersthe
Importance of lormln; sch'oola Id plaoci whcierer
the cin be sustai ned.
2d. Tl..tt we bel.eie it ! the duty of every
enured member to attend the Sabbath School tf
3d. That while we highly prise the SabbathSchool
helps of the present ajce. we deeply feel that more
importance nuht to be attached to eotmu tting
passais. of Setipture t memory.
4th. That the e mveutitra recommend that every
church make arrangement to en e m more promi
nent place to the Satiaalb Schools, K"in-; up, If
need tie. the afternoon preachta1- eerviee.
Another resolution extends thanks to the
railroads and to the citizens of Bradford,
for courtesies and hospitality.
The following officers-were elected for next
Pre- dent Re . A. L. Cooper. St. Albans.
Yiee-Pres'daDtsHoa. John It. rage. KutUnd ,
lino. u. Vi. Orandey. Verenaes.
State Secretary and Treasurer A. XI. Cutler,
txcretarics W.E. listen, Woodstock; Iter. J. D.
Executive Committee Rev. A. L. Cooper. A. U.
Butler. J. L. Barker, O. b. Babccek. A. 1. Iliree,
Rev. J.W. Hyatt.
A vote was taken to publith the report of
the secretary and the minutes of this con
vention. At ten o'clock. Rev. II. P. Cashing, of ,
East Burke, addressed the convention
upon the subject of temperance in its rela
tion to Sabbath schools. He spoke for an
hour in a very effective manner, giving ns
many startling facts in regard to the ex
pense and the fcarlul destruction of strong
drink. Many eyes were moistened, and, 1
doubt not, many resolves made to fight this
enemy through life, as they li-tcned to his
earnest words. He concluded his address
by giving us encouraging yvords in regard
to the decrease of this evil in this land.
In the afternoon Rev. S. S. Donaldson
gave us a clear and stimulating ossjy on
the teacher's reward. '
Tender parting words were then spoken
by various members and by Col. Fairbanks,
the retiring president, and fervent prayer
was offered for greater success tho coming
year in this work for Christ throughout the
State. At 3 o'clock the convention ad
journ. l to meet at Barro the second Wed
nesday in Oct 15Tj.
Throi'hout the sessions the audiences
were lar re and sometimes filled the ni-lcs ol
Altoget her it wns thought to be the mot
successlul meeting of the workers ever held.
In the ov vniug Prof. Loyde, the leader of
the snigint during the convention, held a
service of song, which was well attended
So mui h was the meeting ftijojed by tho
cilizi ns t'rnt they say tboy wish it could Iw
conti in- '1 f'-r a week, ats31obcld bcreetery
The Su. .-v of l.ake Charaplain, which
has be ju progressing for three or four years
past i ri i.;r the direction of the United
States "t -t Survey Service. a- completed
last wjc . 'Ihe steamer Fathoiner, with
the last -if tho surveyors, arrived at this
port Sum 'ay. Her machinery is to undergo
some sligl t repairs, alter which sbo leaves
for Philad -lphia via the St. Inwrcnec River
and Krie C anal. Since the illness of Mr.
Chas. Juii. 'en, the Fathomtr l.as been in
charge ot j Ir. F. 11. Wyvil. ul Maryland,
under wooe supervision the survey was
We notiei that several ol the State papers
are urging upon tho Legislature the pas
sage of an nc allowing a reasonable com
pensation to sell jicrsons orrning real estate,
adjoining thi leading highways, for setting
ut shade tree s adjoining the same, said
I amount to be deducted lrom the highway
I tax of the persons planting tbo trees.
Should h bill to that cfTect In introduced,
we predict it would meet yiith general
Male ot Vermont.
AlUL-liST AM) iNSf. GfXLS UftlCE, )
Musti-eues, 0,-t. 'JO, 1574. j
General Order, Xo. 1.
1. Dan P. Webster, of Putney, is hercby
nppoion d Surgeon General of the State of
j"" "' "ith tho nak of lif'dier Gen-
.. T -1 dlnwing appointments upon the
staff o. II . Kxcellcncy. the Governor and
Coiiin. r-in-Chiel,urehercbv announced;
Jon..' "i M. Hoyt. of New Haven, to ho
.Aid-di-t .imp. yyitn the rank of Colonel.
Wiln tiu liriosmaid. of Burlington, to be
.id-de-Cnmp, witn thoranknf Colonel.
HeDry C. lennant, of lieibel, to bo Aid-!c-Camp
yiith the rank ol Colonel.
II...,! .r s-. , L l .
- iitnif v. s-nu-,, ui ct. .joncsoury, to
lio Aid-de-Caiop. with the rank of Cohjnel.
isyoiuer ul llis hjeellcncy,
Governor and Commander-in-Chief.
A jutant and Inspector General.
a jian' sx.v over ny the cars. bis noDr
TERKIDLV H VNeiLlTD. THE REMAINS TOUND
AVJIOCR A1TEK 1 HE ACCIDENT.
About luilf-pau ten o'clock, Saturday
night, tho few persons who still lingered
in tb! stoics and on the street were startled
by a report that a man had been killed by
the cars on the Rutland division of tho
Central Vermont Railroad, u short di
tanco north of the draw bridge, in this city
An investigation disclosed a horrible wit
ncss to the truth of the story in tho
mutilated remains of a man lying on the
railroad track, crushed by the relentless
iron, and with the last faint spark of life
The facts in the case, as far as they can
be elicited, are as follows : About a week
since Robert II. Nash, the unfortunate man
in question, a stone-cutter by trade, came
here lrom Brandon and entered the employ
of Walker Brothers. Last Saturday night
he took the a o'clock tr in for the south, in
tending to spend Sum' iy in Brandon and
return to this city M .iday morning. Ho
wus, wo understand, considerably intoxi
cated when ho entered tho train. Just
before reaching the drawbridge south of tho
old Rutland Railroad depot Nash attempted
to pass from one car to another, and in so
doiog fell from the platform and was crushed
to death by the wheels. This is. of course,
a matter of conjecture, as in the darkness
the accident was unnoticed and the train
sped OKMMrd to its destination yvithout
About an hour afterward two of the sec
tion men, in the course of their ordinary
duties, saw a man lying on the track ; but
as one or their fellow-workmen, with a
ghastly sense of buuur, bad on several
occa-ions deceivzd them by lying on the
track and simulating death, they paid
littb attention to the circumstance. But
after yyaiting some time, seeing no motion
yyhatevcr, they instituted an examination,
mid found the man to be Nasli, terribly
mangled, as before stated, and iuitc dead.
The alarm wa- then raised, the police sum
moned, and under the cuo of Sheriff
Drew the remains of the unfurtunato
man were taken to tho shop of Ed
win Nouds, the undertaker. College
street, vibcrc they remained through
the silent watches ef the night and
the gloomy Sunday that folloyved. There
tl.cy were vritnessed by a large number of
Ieople, drawn by the usual murbid curiosi
ty, and nt almost any hour of the day
qamins were tlittcning their nosi-s against
the windows of tbo building, endeavoring
to snatch a glance at the terrible spectacle.
On searching bis clothes, among other
articles a portmonnaie containing a small
sum of money yvas found, a number of letter-,
and near him as lyin a broken
bottle which had evidently containel intox
Nash yyasan unmarried man, apparently
less than thirty years of age. His home
was in Brooklyn, N. V . where his mother
and sister reside. To them, doubtedless, the
sad casualty will be a terrible shock, iindSat
nrday the saddest ot all sad days. Tne
deceased was a man of considerable natural
ability; and that he possessed a fair educa
tion was shown by a manuscript bouk,lound
on his person, y cry neatly written indeed,
containing a large numlcr of elegiac verses,
together vi ith the names of various persons
deceased, dates, etc., which he had cut on
tombstones, evidently, in the exercise of his
The accident was a peculiarly sad one,
and fornix! al uost the s de topic of conver
sation on tie -i. cel. Sjnday. No inquest
was deemed neccsary.
E) Held anil Hood.
A CBArrXt OF ACCIDENTS BLOWN IP (Nl'
BCRIED L'NDKR ROCES A LAKE BOAT III--
ABLED AT THE JIEEIV I'F W IMi yU
WAVES A DAR1NU ACT.
Henry Francis, of this city, a brother of
Policeman F. S. Francis and br 'her-. ills.-of
Alderman Wing, who 1. 1- .Srsi ine
time been engaged in tlic cor.-triu ti n "I
the Now Vork and Canada Railr.al was
dangerously injured by the pruiiiture is
plosion .f a bias:, Saturday, ah mt ti.rcc
miles below Port Kent. Hew-- !.ur.i .y
buried in fragmsnts of rock, -i ma ue
that it yvas necessary to rig up i d, iro k to
remove them. In these tryin.; iiru..i
stanccs Mr. Francis exhibited .1 . luinni. 1
able degree of pluck, we ar- n'.r.uel,
giving the frightened workmm in-rr.n -tionsas
to the proper management 1 1 the
derrick, and in every way showing " i.cir
grit." After he was rescued he was f jund
robe seriously injured internally. unl"'0
leg was badly crushed, fifteen pi"-t- -f
bone being taken from it. His phys.uan-.
however, hope to carry him thro.i.-'. ml
News of the accident reaching this c.i,
his brother, officer Francis, and the wile
of the injured man went over Saturday,
and Sundty afternoon, Mr. E F, Lucas Mr.
R. Fell and Mr. O.H. Merrill, with four la
dies, started across the lake on the Hebe, to
ascertain his condition and render what
as-i-tance they might. They started
on the return voyage at about 5 o'clock
p.m. The wind was then blowing hard,
and continued to increase in violence until
it became almost a hurricane. The Hebe
could not withstand the terrible strain,
and when veiy near tho breakwater
her tiller gave wav, the craft was
at the mercy of the w inds and waves, and
the navigators, no diubt, dismally awaited
a second edition of the wreck of tho Hes
perus on "the reel of Norman's Woe." The
boat then drifted southward in the wind,
and finally, about 7 o'clock, struck a bar
and grounded, a short distance below the
drawbridge, a number of rods from land.
Here it remained for tuo hours, every vtave
pouring over it.during which time tho-eon
board endeavored to attract the attention of
those on shore. At length a man in the
neighhorhoo 1 noticed their predicament,
but it was blowing such a gale that he de
cline! to go to their assistance, fearing to
lose Ins own life. In a short timc,howcver,
Capt. Tobias was apprised of the disa-tcr,
and, with a courage worthy of all praise,
immediately started for the rescue, and suc
ceeded in landing the entire party.
The ladies, we are told, evinced thegrcat-t-st
courage in thtirdangeroussituationand
showed truo beroi-ni , while Captain To
bias's action in risking bis own life for tbo
succor ol others cannot bo too warmly com
mended, l'hc issue of the accident was a
fortunate one, ns no lives were 1-ost, and a
thorough drenching and a severe fright arc
Patents to Veskosters Herman K.
Blanchard, of Readsbnro, has received a
patent on a spring bed hottom, and C. O.
Luce, ot Brandon, ou skate fastening.
The Montprllrr Insurance Companies.
Tho annual elections iu tho old Vermont
Mutual and Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance
Companies took place, Oct. 11.
VERMONT Ml'Tt'AL TIRE INSURANCE COMPANf.
AJ-iison Ciunty-W. G. Sprnste.
Htnii'ntuaC K. Houghton.
I'alediula -M. I, bowman,
rhittenden A W. Allen.
Franklin A. W. Wwloith.
Urand Ule-ll C. hill.
Umoille W. II. II. Bingham.
Oranse L. li. lllnklej .
Orlesm A.J. lsi.l-;r.
KutlsLd lohu Cain.
Wludtum el. y. iVtmin.
V.lnd-or K. C. Watson.
Washington Donltl Iloldwlu James T. Thu'tton
Charles Is-wey, 1 . 1". AedSeld, E. s. Camp.
There was some strife over the director for
Rutland county. John Cain, Esq., was
eltctcd by a vote oT 15 to I, over II. W.
Porter, E-q., tho lato director.
The directors at their meeting. elected the
following ofSccrs :
President James T. Thurston .
Vice-l'retldmt W. II. II. OliiiLaiu.
Secretary James T. habln.
TTi asmer- Ucar J. Vail.
1AEVEES IICTCAL FIRE INSTR NCE CUUrANV.
Addison Count Chas. II. Lane.
Jlennlnirion E. II. iturtoa.T.bibleo'
Caledouia-tieo. ti. Mill?
Chittenden Torrey li Wales.
Efsex Oramel Crawford.
Franklin Win. C. Kobie.
Grand Isle Asa Reynolds.
Lamo'lle O. C. IKide.
Uranze Joho C. Hearer.
Orleans Joseph Hates.
Rutland M. J. franclsco.
Windham T. J. II. indsiortli.
Windsor-P. II. Bobbins.
VaibtnztonJsepli Poland, Samuel Wells, Car
los Baucrolt, O. galley. A. C. Ircwn, P. P rlta-n.
Puldent - P. P. l'.lkiu.
Vice, President T E Wales,
secretary Joseph Po'and.
Trrajurer kjamael Wellt.
Jefferson P. Kidder, who has been elect
ed delegate to Congress from Dakotah, is a
native Vcrmonter, and in 1S5.1 was Lieu
tenant Governor of Vermont, having been
elected by the Legislature (tbcro having
been no election by the people) ly the co
alition ot Democrats and freo-soilers which
elected John S. Robinson as Governor. He
was a Ircc-soil Democrat in thoso days ; but
he has been a consistent Republican for
many years, and always an active politi
cian, lie is a genial gentleman, and about
53 ycar3 of age.
Rev. James "V. Strong, D. D,, President
of Carlton College Northficld, Minn., has
been visiting his friends hero and at Mont
pclier, within a week past. Twenty odd
years ago Dr. Strong was a clerk in the
book ttoro of EJyvard Smith & Co , in Bur
lington. Ho is now at the head of a thriv-
; college of 1C0 students, and greatly es
teemed as a scholar, clergyman and citizen.
V lliam II. Wickbam, thcTummany can
did -o for Mayor of the city of New York,
was formerly a student of Burr Seminary,
and is ncphetvof tho Rev. Dr. Wickbam, of
The St. Albans AJcertiscr thus notices the
marriage of Hon. Worthington C.Smith's
eldest daughter, elsewhere chronicled.
Last eveninc tho mansion of tho Hon. W.
C. S-nith was filled to overflowing with
friends from home and abroad, who had
assembled at his invitation to say "hail and
farewell" to bis olde-t daughter. Miss Katha
rine M. Smith, on this her wedding day.
Tbcro was a bright and happy season of
warm congratulations and kind wishes fur
tho future: there was joyous dancing to
music that must havo been good, sinco it is
said that lyres aro always sweet on such oc
casions when hearts are true, and there was
that iinivcr-al regret that every worthy
person Icels yvhen an excellent joung
woman leaves her home, and the community
to which she has become endeared by years
of daily association nnd companionship.
Hon. G. W. Ilendec, M. C, wasatMont-
pelicr, Tuesday, and left that night fur
New Vork, on business connected with the
Portland and Ogdcnsburg Railroad.
The appointments of William Brinsmaid,
of this city, and of Henry C. Tcnnant, of
Bethel, formerly of this city, on the Gover
nor's staff, will be noted with pleasure by
their numerous friends. Colonels Brins
maid and Tennant will perform the onerous
duties of their position with distinguished
James G. Henry, ol Royalton. died re
cently of paralysis, from which he had been
suffering for srne time. Mr. Henry was
tho son ol (iilman Henry, o! Woodstock,
long a hotel keeper there, and provost mar
shal for the second district during the late
war. He entered tho University of Ver
mont in 1S52, leaving at the end of bis
junior tear. Ho afterwards studied law,
and was a partner of Hon. D. ". Demnm.
of Rovalton. When the Sixteenth Regiment
was raised he was appointed Its quirtcr-
ruaster, and yvas for some time acting quar
termaster of the sccund brigade.
The Rev. Alfred J. Hough, pastor of the
Metbodi-t Epi-copal Church at Harland,
Vt., has won the prize offered by the New
York Uifaesa for the best poeui on the
In spue of foes without aLd foes within.
Gen. Garfield, of Ohio returns to Congress
with u strong constituency still behind him.
There vyas an unusually energetic "hilt
The Tout, ot UarMte a Ccntar; t;e.
To the Ed. tor of the Free Prcs ana Time-
I say a rontury ajjo, though t N
rate about the matter, elacn (.tr- n.i.-t !
added t ' tin, a- the ;.Iitnul h.-t r
I'J.ar. tri l iiJiiicnre n:!1) J4ir-r -Jl ti, IT-" t.
wl't'ii (iis-Tc the llnri, ' Fur tt.e tint .r.-
.uri.'f niciit uf ofttlintf .1 mw l ii.f'.'u:
tt' 1:1 iur - ..J pr .n-p, ly and n It1, t'
it 1 1 1 i , ur tr.i-t and well U ! ned lJo-i.mnir
tntw nti. ur .1 vtrn r and c iimu .: J r
in- li i ot ".ir -a d j r mrc "t New llayj
s'urt'," crantt-d an u. iM -jt t ml r
e nt iii.ii1; -J'J.f't.i) cre-, t ' t diw . dayi"i i.'
-t.ii.tj- r i--ranu e. -''juip 'ir 1 -i irt'.iliU,
an 1 tl' 1: the -.uue V .m 1 1' ".'. in-- r
j. ratti m:.i a t .wn-'iij- t '. tli-" nam' l
niar.Mttv " I. in i'm- n 1 .tr (
Kinj li- rv n.n. .i- iu t it
a ii pa.t
t hi- ' i i J r v.n
Ti '.H l . d
it V '
,.: -r t', oi-, ti.
t'l'iidiliot." ) ri
1 e iirt .t tin.
. Wrt-. l'
l.iiu d plan: t lu.l v..;e l.w -
t .r . nr t.fr a rL- ot I cr wit i .
i.thtrwi-e the -hare huMiiai' lurl--::. d Ti e
see -r.d j n i n j r vi !t- " luat all t-'
and utl.tr pine tret- wit1 in ti.- -.'iiiAr.
slup. fi; fr ui i-tim; nur r il n.iu h. nf -faliv
pre-, rvtd for that i - , and n m : 1 e
e.tcrtt ltd w:ti. u.t nur -pir. il ,i -ti.-i ' r
i-o d mi.;, up m jnPhltil tte 1. rttit-ir- 1
thenht'd -.ic'i irinrtt " 1: ewJ-n:
tuat King ieur:e had :nir, li .it d iJt i
of the rc.ji;recs ot his pr.A imv-.. or i e wa
di-'p-'-cd tu e ver all the known waters with
" rojal navies." At all event, some of the
white and other pine treen. were not
called for to be employed a- abore. The
third provi-ion et aide peventy acreto be
Uid oat into town lot-, one of wbieh
to belonj: to each grantee. These were laid
out on tho pc-turc lot now owned by II.
C. Leavenworth and Alonn H. IUrter,and
on the piece opposite,owned by John luin
lan. Each grantco wai to pay on the Cjth
of December, annually, for ten veais from
the date of crant, one ear of Indian corn :
nnd after 1770 each settler or inhabitant
was to pay ' ono -hiUinc proclamation
money' Ijr every one hundred aeres owned.
The fir-t town meeting, according to the
proxi-ionof the grant, - held on the
lat Tbur-sd.iy of Julv, 1762, " vhich nid
mcetiD;!J3Il be notified by Benjamin Ter-ri-,
who i- hereby lap pointed moderator of
tho f-aiJ firt tneetinij which he i to no
tify and " that the annual mectinK lor
cver hereafter for the choice of tuch otScer'.
for tho said town hall be on the soeand
Tuesday of March, annually." At this
meeting in July, 17G2, Ilenjamio i'erris
Jr., was elected " Proprietort' clerk and
Kegi-tcr;M alo 4 Voted that John U'mst,
(jeorge SjuIc, and Joiah Hull, "hall be a
committee to ajiree with tho committee of
the other tuwn-hips how to settle the lines
between said Charlotte and the townships of
Ferri-burgh. Monkton, and Ilinesburjjh,
and alo to two what part of the coti the
proprietors of Charlotte t-h ill pay."
It waalM) voted 14 that the clerk kall
record the patent lor sutd Charlotte and
hate four j-hilllirss York uionc; hr tho
iame, and ' that the clerk .shall recoro: au
deeds bruusht to him, and havo one shilling j
and four-pence for the i-ame." The above j
embraced all the buino-s of importance J
transacted bv the town ot Charlotte, Jo!. ,
The name- ut Kthan and Ira Allen fi'-re j
more or less prominently among the rval
ps-tntf! tran-Iers ol that and u latter da . I
Kthen Allen deeded property to Uavid Fer
ris David Iireakenride and Charles 51c
Niel ; Ira Allen, to Abel Newell. The gen
eral .survey was nude by Jivid Fern-, and
IJenjamin Ferris, Jr., in I7G3.
Ihe foregoing, though p isas-jing n :
great attraetion.s fur min, will be read i
with some intere-t hy the citizens ot Char-
Iotte, giving in brict, somcnf the facts t-o:.- j
ncctcd with our early hi-tory ; and nuny
of our day are not so far rean.vcd trom tho
stirring times ot a century pist, not taa: a
reference to them seems like tho who ot
voice neara tongago. i mtr icruie neias
have, under their care, cmer.ed fr.Ku ih
tor which we should be very thaoktul Iwh,
been, in good part, the resjlt of their toll
and anxious care.
W. W. Iltccst
Mr. tuin. of Hutland, was robbed, Mon-
There was a sad casaof drovriipg atTroy, day night, of The burglars entered
Vermont, recently. Charles Ilortou and his fcou in the nuht, went through his
Defoicst Huck wcrcout walking near the j clothes, which ho had left iu the sitting
river opposite the village, and sought to rou.n, uoj lining his bed room, partook oF a
reach the opposite bank. Young BuekMic- i squaru meal in the pantry, and departed in
cceded in gaining the shore and went home, ' safety with their btwty. There is nu due
thinking that Mr. Horton had been as fur-
tunato as himself. In the meantime Horton
did not make hU appearance. s?arch was
made for him, and bis body was foundsome
six rodsi frrfm where h-c went into the river 1
Mr. Horton was in the employ of C. P.
SteVens & Co., or Troy, Vt. Hewasacryj
promi-ing young man, and io?ses.-ed of an j
unenviable reputation. He was a nut ire ul .
Itjlton. in this State, and was eighteen
years of age
Vershirc can boast of some spry pc-tplc.
Sbadrach I'ierco, aged abjut'73 jcars ,
buried his wife on the Cnh of Augu.s: and ,
was married again.on the27lh nf Septenibcr,
The hill uf exceptions filed by tho t-ounMil
of Julm P. Phair, the Rutland murderer.
has been allow(d by Judgo U'bcel-r, and
will be argued ba'orejtho uprtme Court in
The Taleonr Community.
coJivisiCAiioN raox one of.
To Ih s'Edllo: of the Free Fresj and TlmtS.
A letter written written from Burlington,
Vt., under date or September 8th, and
published in the iYew Tori Vrtllu Times
of September ICth, gives an extended pop
ular view of this community and its soil
foundation, represented to bo wonderful
alike. A few statements by this native ot
the Green Mountain State need correc
tion. 1st. According to the " Circular," tho
entire island possesses 1,000 acres; the
7'imes writer says 12,000 ; original owners
who sold it to Mr..Shipman say it ha3 only
2J. "I never leard that Valcour pro
duced anything." You are extremely lim
ited in your knowledge here; this we do
not doubt after reading the entire article.
11 nat say tne good ana productive larmers
living opposite the island to this?
3d. ''Among the more prominent names
connected with this enterprise are i.
W. Noodhousc and O. C. Hall." Mr.
Woodhouse reached the island September
13th, direct from Chicago, fivo days after
this writer penned his communication, and
had a talk with him in relation to the
sickly children of the Oneida community
and tho social tics " on the island
ihis information will Do exceedingly inter
esting to .Mr. Woodhouse, coming on as
ho did at that date, with no pretentions as
to social science or even spiritualism, no
mover in the enterprise, only as a private
individual. As to O. C. Hall, he never
bad any prominence, and this writer has
not heightened it.
4. "It is wooded with hemlock." This
w ill be news to all who are well acquainted
with the present growth of timber on the
island; very few trees of this variety are to
be found on it to-day.
5. "2u below zero." Not being a Vcr
monter I could not say ho knows best.
This will work advantageous to free lovers,
according to the popular vietr.
5. "Valcour Island has hitherto appear
ed a peculiarly bleak and stony spot on
which a furrow couli only bo drawn with
u cold chisel.' This is the most perpendicu
lar lie told, but since tho next sentcnen is
tho tallest truth given, we propose tootl-et
them even. $10,000 is all the Shipman's
estate is worth in Vermont market, or any
tnarKct 3t this date; my spiritualistic, inn
delistic ami lrce .otcistic ees saw this
before tho Hth of September.
As to "Vermont vwuters" being "no
jokcx" this write' is a standing fact, or
error, 110 matter vyhich. that it is so.
The coluuou Dd a half devoted to this
socialistic niuvc, is only equalled by "our t
circular in exaggerations. It we only
could arivc at the truth by having two such
extremis, hero is a chance, fbe only
excuse that either of us can make, is the
popular feeling demands such high season
ed dishes. When plain matter ut faetsand
truth, are demanded, we hope some one
better posted than both of us put together
will come along and give them; tilt then
we say "watered stocks"' with reformers is
no yor?e then ys ith railroad men, who ride
to affluence and position on the credulity
of the masses. 'Ihe only serious juke is that
yteshould miss it. Pardon me; 1 am a little
out of patience.
Reformers yriteuie. askmz"wby we sent
out that lying "circular." 'Ihisisalewdiog
questun. 1 reiuse toansyer it. An applicant
asks "Is the homestead nursery farm, alt
grown up to bu-hes?" Then again they
inqunc if reformers do sometimes abuse
their families "take snulf. smoke, say
grace and swear." This is too personal. I
decline to respond. One applicant makes
this enquiry "What right has a man with
a soul in tor a 'communal home,' to huld
property advantages over the others?"
fms we also decline. Another applicant
says, "I see seifi-hncss as long as my arm
sticking nut through some people's benevo
lence." Now all -ueh distracting questions
are cnou ;h to ruin a man's moral sense ol
I m ist respectfully decline,
OtlS C. II ILL.
Pekin. Niagara Co . N" Y .
(lit. loth, 1&T1
T. M. I- A. Comrntion.
Ts Lim Ei tor oi the Free Tress ani Times.
1 T; Kitfhth Annual Convention ot the
unn' Meu-. Chri-tian A-chtioin in
Vrai. nt will he held in Xorwich, Vt.,
i i::.:r.i r.eioj at - p. m. Saturday, NoTeraber
T.'i, IKTI , and cIoMn Monday noon.
la Masachuett.', fur three acces-ho
u.-itei-. the State Kiecutive Conimtttee
i.uJv-a tuvauf upward- of one haDdred
. &, i-.ting from forty to fefenty town
ci ti n inter, and holding rneetins-t day and
nuin; Lit inter the number ot eun
eri ti- resultinic lrai thi campaign are
i-ii.ui:,''! st 500. ilor. C. J. htttlefield
t.t Hi-! m, ''hairman tf Stite Committee,
m ! II M M xtre uf -aier nlle, .Ma-- two
iii i ie iint efficient woners io New Ko
lu il-lmc )roui.H.-d t be pre-ut our
:a:e C invention in Narwien. Uiehard C.
M r-e ul New York citv, representing the
i:tt'rntt.nal Kxecativo Camuiittee, and
thtr-, areal expected.
L' t uir Uurlintun fri' nJ-t.aod all other:,
I e we.l represented,
li it inton, Oct II. liKJ. H Davi
or the Hi rlinutos District
..TiaiiL A-'ti vtiov. The Met hod i-t
ii-ttrial A-MK-litiitn fur Hariington Dis
t, met at tho M fl church, Pittford,
1 .y morning Hev. O. (iregg, prcid-
. !Jt,r in t'ie chair. Devotional cxer-
i - were eoi.ou.'tcl by Ilev. J. J Noe, of
I' t..!tiev. and continued by testimonies
ii u .!' chairman, who said be had been
ill'- church t -r 13 year, and now kit his
U L-.(:i!y home was near. Others testified
t i .! j re-en t and glorious HiUation through
Je-u- Chri-t Brandon was selected as the
place of meeting, and Kevs. W. J.
Heath, J. W. Shank, and A. J. IngalN wcro
appointed the committee on the programme.
Ilev. W. J. Heath read an essay : " Ra
tionalism in the Church in which be ;are
a short hUtory of this here-y, its different
feature" in different countries, and what it
has done in the wurll He siid unbclt:f
would ruin any nation. Charity was ro
commended in all the dicusion of :e'.:
Hev. Mr. Hon! had an essay on " The
Best Methods fur I'romjting Kcvirals'and
Hev. Mr. Shank one one iroath America
as a Mis-ion Field."
Williston. Thj Cr-t of the lecture-, of
the Williston lecture cour-e wa giien on
Wednesday evening the 1 1th in-t. The
lecturer, Ilev. I (I Ware, of Hurlington,
wn greeted with a fair and appreciative
audience, and entertained them for over
an hour with rare and vivid descriptions of
the churches and monuments of Florence.
Short and exceedingly interesting -ketehes
of the persons to whoso honor the monu
ments were erected, added to the value ot
the lecture, bringing before the audience
the renowned patriots, poets and -age-, of
that famous old city. The fine de-criptive
pow-cr and keen sense of the beautiful, of
the lecturer, find in such themes full pcopc.
The next lecture will 1 by tho Hev. J. Ed
ward Wright, of Montpclier, on the '-Sth
iEt Subject 'Thc Hough Ilou-e School."
1.MiM.le Cm.NTV Iros The vote by
which the town of Johnson agreed to in--truct
their Mkctmcn to i-.-ue the muatic
der ur their bonds $40,(llH),to the Ivtmoille
V.illcy ruttJ, whtn the iMr are running to
the depot. a" a co-e one, standing 1 17 to
Next st-a-oa It. S. Wil-on, prcptietor of
the Morri-vi.li, Il ,tel. will make an exten
sive addition to hi- lsoiie,cnlari-ingit forty
feet, and will 1m raise it another story
with a Mannd roof.
Wurk on the Mount Mansfield Hotel, ut
St-rve, is progressing rapidly, twenty work-
mcn benu, einii03Ca. jt,e f.mndatim is
. . . . f
Tho Ltdic-' Temperance Association of
1 Johnson hold weekly meetings, which arc
i to the thieves, and but little probability of
j their detection
! A pritul correspondent write-i us that a
mm is travelling through that part of the
State, perpetrating a petty swindle by sell
ing a preparation which purports to be
.silver plating for table cul'cry, etc., but
which proves an unmittatateJ fraud. Our
(Jrarer fnenisfiud that instead p' trans
touting tho baser metals into Hvcr it mere
Iy turnn tbera an undetirable green. He
nare of t'e arientiferoiis youth.
A frame b.m-o owned by Acklen Mullen,
atjsiut two niils from -Swan tun. on the ro-v
t" ilibutf burned at nine ol.ok
Tiwiy tvenia. Mr. Mullm whi ab-ut,
and Mil. M nnd children t-rr only
"J In iim i. thir hvs-. Iaureu
fur 00, uruibti will nearly cover the lum.
Milton. Onn nf tb finrmM o.u
Milton about tho first nf .Sentemhor ..,,
Deen found by the owner, J. W. Flinn, in
Albany, N. Y. There wero two horses, a
wagon and covered buggv taken. They
1I-a.n I 1 , i., ,- I . . .
. . cu '"mifiu oueiuon ana rrantlm
iu iuis ciaie. anu as laras t atcrloo, r. (.
"ucro an trace was lost, and the owners
abandoned the search. Nothing more was
heard ol the horses till the lOoth of Septcm-
t.1 ,cl, lk.sl .1 . .("I. .
vs., " ..to me I'usiuiasit-r oi .uuton received
a letter from Albany, New York, inquirin"
if two horses were stolen lrom Milton the
lasiui August asKing concerning tho re
ward and stating that ho thought he knew-
wbere the horses were. The letii-r
handed to Mr. Flinn, and he at once wrote
tho Chief ot Police in Albany. This week
no received a dispatch to come to Albany ;
ho went, and Thursday hejeame home with
his horse, and one of the thieves is jn Al
Joe Fisher removed the ran Imm i,i-
ed pistol, and then amused himself by snap,
ping the same, while loading one hand over
tho muzzle ; he was lucky and got it oft the
tuiru time irying;tie now wi-hcs he had not
A. B. Ashley has raised lirntr.r,n, .
of Hubbard squash upon six acres of land.
juey are worm aoout 30 per ton.
The St. Johnsbury Catholics have pur
chased a 2J0 pound bell for their school-
house, which Bishop DcCor-briand will
bless, with the prescribed ceremonies, next
A Lire Dot-sir Astuern A res dect at Hso- r,
Maine, uritini to C. M. Crittenton, 7 biiih Atenjr,
JOT a SUDblV Of HALC'r llir-, lln.r,i..r.s .s
Tail, mentions Incidentally that three moLth- aao
a riew hnzland L'fe lniurance l'ooitany refused
to -crant him a policy, on the ground that he as
consumptive. "Bui." he adds, thanks to Ihe heal
n -properties or thi invaluab e ptepsrat.on, inr
luns are lost perfectly sound, and Iiest.rt.i
payed a medical examination, without an on, trou.
Leinz made, and lnared my life fr $5.im.
Pike's Toothache Ilropa-cure In one rain
Xlt.HIOTt'S LtVSRPlMS It la .v hi.
make a pill, but to make rmt n.lS .s o.,,-"..!,.,
difficulty There aro cheap, harsh, dm.tle pills,
that areoferen less boned! than a dose ot ,alts: but
a soisl medicine, like lor. Holt's Liver Pilis whieb
I'ciinrai.s to mese-it oi uiaease, is a Ue dtrattun
indeed. Will iMit.rli- ..o .!...-..,...
Ihe Itrer. Sold rrerynhere. John P. Henri , I'u.--ran
A Co., Proprietors, s & CoUpi; P'm-e. Mir
Call for Eureka olachino Ti-i and rut
ton llotetuipt. If )ib want i!n best.
C;tle. Steel i- Luui) '
Thl week tir. ".' i:
IsAit wfrvk ,vj r -.
truia V'eruioot.... s. ; t
I'ricw or Market C.f ,fR diu v ; .
extra, S'J iiiuu . firt qu Un . '
uMquiUty, ft0n7 .Ml, til Td qua. tv, jl -
I'nctM or bUiio Cattle Wrk.ir- uxvn ii
tl-W, Si.m. i'7 iio. 3I..CL Cos 3u
i eatri uiu, tsm I-.
lr1eeior&Ieepan4 Lamhi In m
fiO-i, Jr, f liuuiltTicach. esira iti-ai. s
urirum 4 U:c f th, 5tr d,- IVui'h. ' to 7c f ft
i,hrtJ sheep ai-dp-c ftt.. Veai i'Ues. nn.
Irtoest of liidec, T,u.w r,d amn Brmbt-D
Hide. sfihat a, Ti!;..-.,c'!tl t. ui.tr
iIWw,7i4He ta.Tll. y ft IVI;- "i
Sztl . meli. CaJT akina. r.e it.
rtt!e ill", heail m . Mnre tliiii:i- . '
were WMt:n. 'runi .1 tfcrM jurt md1 .. i
ent qaal t m. Tlit tnnte h tJl l.t- , lt'r
dull. ' -
bhpanl Litmh Sheep r.-trkit iit:.' m.-w
Pwea Dotciisaiccil iron. :.-( vnL re rtl. f.T 'ik.t
Poaltry bupIy mtlr turk: a ami se-a. 'l be
UlUr Mil Uv iho lies'! at ?' imc1,. W .iute tur
k-sra at ir-c lb. ordioirjr r.i i.'. ,v,
Wemesday. Oct Jl. i-rt
FLOCKTh K.-ar market at.l! re-n-.Dst iu
floe , Z oOtfts ,". of,r cmtD'B extra . 4 &
Viaeotum extras. $-. iMrM t.iie..u lu-.t
brandd, $." TjiSt. 7" ;-r Uaitp wneat, Ob m, ri.t ttlA
ami Micbixan. 6 7 j) ffirii..ii.is. ami $', -Utr
hU Li'Uii. FuDtrjr il.antj-. :i hrjoii- rune
trom at iu. bbl. I'.-rn m-jl n j r f
mand andssletf hire heD at 1 f 4 rt' t. .. ti
Rio Fluor aale email, lot at . t st d , y 'l.Li
0t mel at $6 Y til" t i t.
(IR L .orti ba beeo o ni'ieraie d-Xu-.1, .iaJ
prieo bare eaed off baled : nini t,.i iri
tow atSTeifflf I fbtwb. In iUta arr rS !r.e
d4 ile at 39 m 6"o r tiu-b t.r irmn au t b.w.
Hst at $1 01 Oa'perttuab. ah.-m at $ji ir-a na
Ffoe Feertat jsrJj. ami it .iUni $:-. : ,,er
rKOVIMONS-The PrJt roarict i (Ja. ia: ih
ale., are in favor of buvuis bias .ti il"..
tfa)0Ofnrirlaie, JJ50a4r,l !or -oj-, atlj.i.a;
bbl fur clear ami extra clear. IWi re j n? firtu.
tle ol meat and extra mem at ill r ih . aui
family extra at JIT tfi 17 M Mil Lara - lutl
Mlt'of Ctty iDd vsseatem.at i.li:?ptt, so. keu
PRO-Utl'K There if rcr 1 ttle ehni- n the
Duticr market iince Lut -k, Arnva - nn v c t-e-t.i
lare but choice tall dalin-i cntxau-l v. r full
prieea. baled choice tw ,sk. an.l Yrruuut
UairlM at J&S-I. aad comm.o aai taeU'uiu ra'ltr
trom 3o ft J7c ft tb. ma to quil ty. l.i CIivcm. lK-,
bare ran-ied froai i Ifflfic 1 Ifc. t .aU.it , . h,:;3
at 2' a 'Joo :or Northern and Kasttrn. V b te lWus
at $1 Titvy.' . extra pea at i . Sti hi1. ao1 .l..w
eat J'73.i'Mt hafh. P. tan.c m'V
bab. On.uus at $:ii 7ty hi'l i.ple- : i. r
2 a tbbl.
WOOL There his Keen a uisi-e ici.ve t enntal
ia the wool mrkvt thwc-ek. mi tin fa it atxJ
eotobiDf and iielaiue ci-Dt tiU- tu cimiuxnt lull
fnce. The anlttt inelaae oit - aud
emulTac.a Ihwm at it 'i c tb . 'hi lb
Miebiran, WlfoasEn and othr tls.ec;a at l'
SOOJOtba trofraahed and uoinetonu t e Betnv-.
27it4oc: tO.Oini Atmbiu' an l aelam ut ." m ir
WAihed, and lirttc tj lb lor unnan'fl
Sj T eripl-.I
v ; utt a 4 i . s 'tiith I
M Iocs. lt 21.
310NEY active arnt flroit at " perctnU Pricw
mercanti a ppr 6tf.' tor rt ir.: u.
bTKRLLNij (inn at lr - ai ajf, and
HOLD '.peDt-a and ck-tl t ll t. :,i a'ewiran
ractTAiH inthe intense at lilt w n: rate I,
7 ami 1-61 , carrj in rat l ami ho . 1 lUt. Tbo
asautaot treaaurer ti i.ur-tsl i'.jv1 ('.earing
bTOtKb were irreu.ir .iurnJ. tt'-t li u -T
baaineM, bat la the iaam mere w.aa, w tu iim:td
traa act ona.
The folijwia; are theclos quota t. a
l. a. oe i rsir....U7
C. f. on 'vl fttny lln
h. t ; re,- Jalv...
ro Jal ....
C. b. 'iuv
i-ar.'ceap. o; i iu
S-aK'Coup. of 61 .....116
S .ftcoan.,3,old....ll7i Cai7Bej u s US
r0.'60r 116) t
DjI. a H usees 1151 Cie. Ar.twaara. 67
Cantos 53 1 Chic 4N. Vt (71
Consolidated Coal Co.4t Do. Pref. iti
Camberlsr.d (.- Clevelan-: C. 4 C... C
W.UalcnTtl Cca... rsi N. J. central ircH
(juickillver 3u I Chicago a. 1 97 ;
io.?ro.' 35 yi:.ASt Tanl 32t
lHc:CfM11 4fij IV, rref :i
Braici. Wtrr fowe. II I Wat.r
Adama Be cress, l' I roj.- it
uiM, trxo& mo . r. rt j t us
Am. US EapreM
i A. 1 r. n 7
Pp. pre.' Si
Vo. pref I'd
Obto Mlsoussippi.. iW
. Lack iu7i
-'rd 4 Erif..-. i
in tn C'Tirai . y
s- i1. t n"y..i'
Orntru rci- e Wi
La ; ez scuptis.... H
N rthf-M."...' -'
1 ti:b t
!.. pro! l."
'cfeisanCeatril .. 7j
Co Fucific Stoca it
IUmo: Central wi
TetiQ. i ex coup.... 7
Titan. . - 1.7
Vts n.a it
Io tit W
w 1 1o.. sfcr.rt
Snuiro'. sSKirn At the re.tJ.-n - r the bride's
father. Oct 15th. bv tli Met I li t n. Noiden,
Ur S.ll am hersnt..n .f cra .t.-i. I'n . and,
Cat her in 31. bmuh, tl.te' .!jUi;httr uf
Kftthlntoa C. Smith, Fa., l St AlSj"-.
Cai-cxTCK.Ia North Cra'Mui. Vt.. tvt. 1 tth,
Blliltifs Carpenter. lormerij f A.i'urti pr.i.,
ajed S." jcari ; fther uf John W. C irjtent.T tii
Wctem paper please ropy.
Spabuhg. Ia Jer'Hio, (let. : h. re.
i!enc of ti-s lum. C. M. ptald n- Mr. ll..ea iSiwul
Cio;. in hu Suth ear.
rCix.-In0e;o. X. Y. n ttie ;tli if (Vttw
Iter, Mi Eliza Uraman, a.cd 77 it-ar w .low of
tie late I)jna A. Ilrunian, fttriaerly uf tbii city.
Pa ever. Pa"y Mar, ntv oauiht.T f vr. .1.
and Mmua U. rartnr, on lav erentniT. at IU
o'clock p. in., of lad iiu3iation ui :hj h.iWf
IVeep lor the Htt!e sleeper,
Je"u hath felt ths piii;
Ued.d tb limit but Iwrmw.
llti'U brio; her back a 3iii "
TllCUH.V VTATTOCrBC ColTISES8. At 0t all
Strom puratlre pilU which only cxhaai't lire mu
om iccrctitme and wear oat nature. I. IIahm.'
sg.i's PaBl'iTALTli- LozE'ffi!i are ot the pp.t
tLev restore tin directum. ij tl-leu the 'i.rr.
and Uu9 up the whole eyttr-m.lini curing Jij
aU, Ileadachi, D.ulns I'llea and all on. r -.
suits ot Habttnit cwtlrtnc.fi, th- chief cja - r tl i
henltli ffp-fally ain-tDC wtitnen.
TrUl bor, St ctt. Lar- t-ux, wctf,, mai.etl 'ree
fur thia last price.
Ur. IMrrimiy's IrcLAi t Calaam, a splendid
cure for coajhs, bcarwne1. and all thruat nnd
luoj runipUinti. For pal by K. S. l!iRniot &
Co.. Fro irit tori, Nu. I Treinuot Temple, rHt D,
ami by alt drujlcti. Oct. l-vimra
COAM.MI'TI(t. ur. L(ti:i.
ScnE-."KR FtfLaoiir Lmrr,
SlIIKCC's feEAl IED TOXIC,
ctuiLicic'a 3lAiDiAiti Fills,
Are the only medicines that will core Pulmonary
Cnuraptiun. Frequently niciitrinvs that tVp a
ct-uh will ucs Mivn the death cT tha patient- they
li.K up tht 'iver, atop the crea'ttion i.f tbe blood,
t.eni-ttraiw fulluwn, and In fact, it.' eb iueacti.n
uftfie r-rr "rrjts-J th.it euu-e tiecouri. L er
Coini-l nut and lp4popsti ar tht raueau' two
th'rdii ul tb eztva ot Cunttmpti in. Many .c nuna
CvuiiHln of a dull pain in tta 'do. e rtiuat n,
foaled tunue, pila in the t-huu.lj.-r htade, fMt'Oza
of lruf7i-i&ri aud ro3ilefni-.tbi funil 1 in hva.
)y on the itunuch, "nMuHipanied wth aed ty aid
t-elohlnof wlfld. ThesttDptaia tujally onn
ato frutu a dLcrUered conditiuu ot the itutuach ur a
torpid liver. Persons Ru aSectot II they take one
cr two terr cMl, and Irta- rj.it.4e la theecae4
betdddealy checked, will Hal the foinab and
llrerclojitd, remAlninj t4.rpi. ml taactire, and
aliuust hefure they are are aaro the iunjiarea
m-iji rf sorea, aurt ute'ail. the result ui nhich ia
drath. febrnck'a Pa'uion o Uyrnp la au ex,n-cu.r
ant which doea nut eouU'n opium uranjthtn
calcnlatMt to chrct a 'Uh snaaenly. bc.lcnck'a
txufpl Tonic dls-toiT'S the fuud. mixea with the
Jan trie jaicea of ih- tt mrh, atdj a'j dixtiou
and croates a rariif u appetite. When the U wl
are custlTe. skin aatluW. vt the aUuan utberwike
ofa bLioua tsnsiency. tcheuck MLdrakelMliaro
rfiuuud. 1 he nieaxines are prepared voly by
J. 11. HtJSCK A bO.N.
N. K. o -riscr Sixth ami Area ftreetJ, h ia
Asl a for atle y alllrmiit-t and Oiler..
IT. cheiiek wilt be at the Cjinry Iloit-e, VwutC,
an the fi lowln; UtducsUlayn i October 7th an.l
2lt, .s.ttienr iik am id.U, aod leoiiMr ,
IClh, a-.d Lh. 11 wrl. 1 1 lex.ijk -)
I'.IU 3IUTII lT:'i:S, Kl(i:ci(I.KNt .
A-1,T., ask ourdrn,.Ut fir Perry'a Moihand I
Frck o Lbt'on abies. Is narmlsssawl in e.ery case '
mr.ll'oi's, nr lor nis iuipfs,wu I ourdoic and t
C. I'lit-HY.the nolea 3k ia U.ctur.J Coa-t blreet.
tw -rk. Svptti Jl las ceuiakw3in 1
350 -vm-i.u.s.,K4IMI c
f!.TliS'J;Iibtr.r111 l" Franklin,
tlisan. Nona Utter t every 0,14 Vateied. to
d.elllnjs, fair outbuildlD-s. km. -IS'.
hundred acres bearllj woodl. a'
Swantcn,Vt.,Oct. IVI.-1;63. ' K1""t'1'
1 1 ! (' I 1 1 ' U ISInnlr . .
.... , .iiiirrii Mri'i'l,
III ltl.I.-vliTo, vt.
NEW FALL GOODS
lsii'lic' (Jloaks; KnIj,h
Walking .Jackcls : Klack ami
Bine Bcavor Cloliis; Black,
Blue ami (Jniy VaU'riinmls ;
raisley Shawls, now pai
orns ; Ladies Wool Shawls,
new stjles; Blade Silks lrom
M .00 lo !?:!.()) : Froneli Boll
Poplins, Black Drai. do Etc;
Black Cash meres, Merinos,
Biarclz, Henrietta Cloth:?,
BriIIai:tines. 3Ioiiaii-s, Al
pacas, Empress (Mollis -only
10 and HO eonts: Striped
I'oplins only 1 !i i-r cents:
Alpacas only tiT cents.
Bleached and Brown Cot
tons, cheap; all kinds Wool
Flannels; Ladies and Gents'
Underwear; LatlieO Vests,
good quality, $ 1 .00 ; Thom
son's Seamless IvaN. at the
The best stock ol Kid
Gloves in the cit at the Bee
New ami ehoici; patterns.
Oil Cloths, all widths : Stove
Patterns ami Boor Mats.
"B E E HIVE."
Oct. 19 dl rtt CoLLoEWK St.
Oil A WlaS,
We hjTe jOit opened a lare and eoraplete awort
raent uf Blanket Shawls, la rich, plain colon
Also, a Urge lot of cheap, medicta and
11 Eh-pt iced
IVaieh ha prolwe t sell as cheap as the eL,i.icst,
Vo. ISo Ctarcli Street.
All kiQilj, t,vlu, and iu. i.t. .i.i u a few
ifa nice White Shatter FIanul. it
No. aOuChareh Street.
N. C X it piece or h.h-colored FTald Pupl n
for Mlrw and Children, at a rury low pr'-e.
Carliartea, Vt.Oct. if.. 1$;. Jiwtf
TUK STllRV OF A IIOCSK-TrlLs.atel I rum l.'.e
French uf Viollel-L-lloe.
CLOTH OF liOLD TbDHus Bnilajr AidrU'b.
ql'lET HOCRS-A Collection f l-ocnu.
CI10ICK RECKItT3-Cy 51. S. W.
MY SISTER JEAN.N1E. Dj-U-orreissnlU.
asto.nv nrunE Bi- luurt u;i
WEaT LAKS-Djr Mrs. Uolnss.
THE KORKS OF J1US. JAMtSON'-Io tea rul..
litu kinds Deealcomanfes. new lee Paper and En.
I elopes, new invoice Blank iktks. new Picture
Frames. New 1'bromoe. AU branches t a
SMid Book More kept np. CMte and seo.
iiilm:!" II. ISA VI.
43 Catxca binaes-.
At this 'eaion cf tbe yeir peopls huM proride
tliemaelvej with a salBciect (ujntitv ef tttwl sod
raiment to Iiut them through tfe culd atrt hltr
winter which i bo near at naitd. 1 here are torne.
nnfortanately, who hare tnt lime to buy with, ana
it i a matter of no little irapurtsnre, cot cnty to
those of moderate meaci but tu all ci3-e. to know
where the ran huy good gowta fur tee lea it money.
It haf lun heen settled in the m'ndj of thinkin;
people generally that cheap, aluUerstwl, nmrly
Shodiiy it-khIj are dear at almurt any price.
IScitwithiUcdlnj this lart, poor oods are ex
tenm.eljr advert 'fed and thrust spun the
credulous public on pretence of beln; cheap. telow
cost, elc. Thag who are penesdeii tu uuy rach
oodj boon learn that tbey hare been iinpoDel
upon by the tricky render, and come to tbe nioe
cunclna en that they had tetter yxy the reliable
mere ha at a reasonable pr.:e and set t.ls.
A choice stock of rail and
Goods, ccnsiftlnx in part oi FLJ XX LIS, f VJ.
CLOTHS, 0.TS' I DERlfKAK. t.ADILy
yKSTs. all kinds ot DREsS tiOOO. a tew p:r-es
of tne celebrated LSRCRU1I C.RAS, lOT
TOyS, HOSXLRl , LOOTS if SHOES, tv- .
1ms fuund at taoafere of I. Ji. DVKt, Kino-tki.
These goods du not require any tiampeiinror
puffin, they will sell thm.elTw Athrt t uie
since a c!as of loa -priced,
Were adrertlscd for those In search of such goods,
but they do not deserve particular n,tice, and ale
nercr warranted. I had rather sell ood, serviceable
Eooda at less praliL Attention is also calicl to a
complete assortment or tiROCERILS and PRO
Visions. The choicest quality or HVTTKR and
TJRNERS' PRODl Li: :encrally,always on hand.
Kespectlully, I.. It. I. 1 U ti.
Oct-3-wtr Allen 8t, Wlnoo-ki, Vt.
. lll.'.TI.MiTO.- Ji CO.'sJ
OCTOBER 17. 1874.
HISTORY OF OERMANi", from the earliest tmes
By Charlton T. Lewis.
CA1IPAIONING OV TIIK OXCS, AND THE
FALL CF KHIVA By J. A. 3Iac (iahan.
TUB OLD W05I.CI WHO LIVED IX A SHOE
By Amanda 31. Douglass.
CLOTH OF GOLD, and ether Poems by Tbomai
THE FROZEN DEEP Ey V?r.Ho Collins.
CHOICE RECEIPTS By M. 3. VT.
PROSPER M EMMIE' Letters to lacoruila.
with Recollections of tamartlne, aad Ueorze
Sand Bric-a-brac series.
RISEN FROM THE RANKS Luck and Pluck
Oct, 17 l3Uw It
THU TKnitIl.i.-.s J1STATE.
v-tits iw ,.rn,,n.- ? The IlonoraUa Fro.
STA.E Ol ErjI0.NT, l,t. Court for 11..
District of Chittenden.
To all persons lntereste.1 in the estate of nomer
A.Terrill.OtijlI.Terrlll. Horace li Tcrrill. anj
ulua c. icrnu.oi Lncernitl. in ..id ilstrict.
1niEllE.lS. appl'citicn In wrltln - hath been
If made to this Court by the TTaariltan ofsaM
ward for license to sell the whole of the real estate
of sa-d wares tettiny forth therein that the said real
estate is unproductive, ant that It would le fur tte
Interest or said wards to sell the same and Intest
tj rri-ceeds thereof ln other real or personal statee.
Ami thereupon, the said Court appointed and as
signed the 9th day of :on.inler. A. 10. srt, at tb.
rroeute Court rooms, in said Iliatriet, to hear and ile
cweunon saidapplication, and ordered public n..ti
tnereof to be siren to alt persons interested
mere in, by publishinx this order, threo weeks
suecweively in the Url!n..n Free Press, a news
paper which circulates in the neizhlorlxsal of tho.
persons interested, therein, ail of which publica-hsSarih-
Parlous to the umoappelnted fer
..Sbf.ref"r'' i""" hereby notited to appear h!bre
S..ourt, ""' " i place aforesaid, then
and there o'jjecl the rranUn; or Men lift nee, if ,ou
rii'T,.l.,1.v3, h"D1' ""o Probate CCurt
reonis. this Ittiday ol Oct.ber. A. II. lal-l.
I'"J" T. e. WALKS, Judges
i:i.IA I.. lM!Kl,f.s' 11.NTATI:.
rE- ,TUF srasCRiBEHS, harin- been ap-
Dublin hs- tk. II ki.. ... ,. , . ., 1 .
tt the District of Cbittcnden. canu,ioa, to
recei ve, nam no and ailjust the claims and demands
or all persons, asaunst tbo Miat. ,,t ra.i. ..
rwlp. Ialeof ktorli.Cidt 'n .. .'
and also all cbims and uVmaixk exhibited in onVt
then. ; and an months from Use day or the date
terror, bens allowed by HvdCnrt for that purpose,
we do therefore henly -ir. n-.t ce. that we wilTat-
teiKl tO tbe tHMDM. nt ..h . . . . ..
FTo'ate otCo. ,a Barlin'tou. in
the first ooasad... ..r lw.b. i .. -
neat, at Hi o'clock a. m n cac"i"of sa.d day.."
isku wis nut nay ol ticto'ier, A. l. Is;4
I7w3w S.K. WELL!, -snunss.omr
Ji:il n. HAUViiVS isstati:.
isTATE OP VERJIOXT. The Ih.a.the ProUty
oTiucTorriimur.nrIai.(1 ir tne in-trct
Tn the heir and n Mrun ut.i ,.. .....
-iate oT Juqm n. lUrrey, Ute .4 fcort:i.Etoa, iu
mid District, aceo. Okkkti
1 -l rtlfcKCAS. application hath been maile to th
? 1 tort 111 WnttQ'' U th a,lmmi,tr.h..
.with the will anaeted, ur m d ectate. prarin" : -r
lieerse and aotJiority towll the r.l estate ul Aid
deci.i-4, for liie paym-n ut .it-hw. and coar v
lm oNtra tM), nnd ett n tnere.n the
ami unr i.l.w doe fr. in tf.r ,i .tereaMt. the
cbjr'euf 1 im'nlatwtion. vde amnt .. .r....i
eataio. ani tne sitaat .-a uj r -.1 -ata
Ihe Kthittj uOoTinler 1 jt tK
rTutute t.nrt frnn. in .i il Ii-t.i i.. ..,
deride IMin a d jppl.rjt . :i ani peut -n, vi,t u,
derwt pnM tintii- im-T l t-. z v-11 1 .a!' iwr- .
(vre-tea ihrrr n. h nu' 1 n - . .t
pettier With th t.mf u; 1 n.. S - ,i, . .
new-pniKr wh,-lt nnii: .,. nc.hU.rl. 1 .
th.itw peroi.nt iiii.-r.t.tl n - ,i er.tj''. 1 li w 1 t
puM cat:4n h.li! W j.i. . t t' iljv w- 1
There:ore. Tuu a'i inre'.r ni.r r. .
fore saltier un. at :he t un -n 1 t.i r.H.1 m....
and there in aa'dcuart. 1 -lie U mU, a ti-c aw
rects. KrtQe pameat t.f t e 'U-n, ami chrn-.-a4m;UraL.u.
and m.t tmr ,.Si. ,....
the xrantinu .ncn Kcens-f, 1. ,ou p0 c-inse.
en nn'ier my hnid. 1' r'i - Fni'v.fn Court
ruuinft, tbi lath day : Or ..ir A i. 1-71.
"w.w n. s. TrT. Ke-liter.
Msl.ll. AIIJ!-."! KSTATi:.
STATE OT VERMONT. The H..n..ra..ie pr..
IBTKI(TO'.3BA11lSLE,?s. l ' V". i
i a-tr t ' (ntnd Itle
T- il ierun intore-'t.! n th- Lsl.ite .r En
Allen, ul eoutli llero, in a:d ihnn c
l?riIKaE.S. :iji.!'(Mt n wi .; nz lutn lwe
y inn1' t tli h r.u:t i it .mnii it. ..1 -1 t
aM r ! tr.-" to --!! t.l rti t-luti .' -t i
wr-l. s ti uz ''Tth Hit-r 11 tli it tii j 1 d Al eu n
cett.a rl e.-tatcj 111 tif .an v OrsTl 1I, an
mat I 'U il (cundu.ie I li n. rvt ul -j tl
ward t !Mt and c vvert t ( ifhi-nn-v.
Aud t iercni 11. tin ,j tl 1 . nr -tin. nml
nwl tlie .mt dav ul (Stu".r. 1 l-:i. ..t
the Primate othee. .11 ..d 1 -:r t. t. htar .111-1
decide vapn -ail appl.cat , u.t urde'ed ti.a;
pnblic not co there'.' he .iven tu all ptr.n"
interested there. n, ly pul.l -h 1 th.j unler trine
weeka sncct.Te!y ti pe Ca-l.n,t..n Weekly rre
Preas, a newspaper wirch v.rculu! in tbe neizh
n..rli'"J of th tM perttiisi iDli-rer'Mt therein,
all ut which publication 1 1 pre iuus t' the
aw appntea ir nciu ur.
There.urc. rtn are here.. --..tiSt-,1 t. annar he-
-re viil Court. -it the time jim! pijee aw-taaid, then
mere n oo,ec. ut ino rant.n u; xtea l cense.
ii von antler mv-haml. at tho Probate, office, thi
thdaruiuctoter, A. 1. KI.
16w3w fl. W. ALLtN, Jodicc.
i,i;vi A. IIK.KI.I,
STATE OF VERMOT,
tT, The llonurahle
. Pnbute Tuurt. :oi
' B ' lM.-tr ct u.l'h'tten
The llonurahle the
wsrairr ur cbittcsde..
Ti the beirind ait iraiu- 'itcretwl in theeotale
of Leri A. tjlsell, Ute 1 Uurlmt -n, tn muC
district, deeejcd. ttBrrn.fa.
lirttEUSAS applicV.'.m uit!i Wvi iuml to th.s
II Court la writ. nr. lv the ada.iniitratrlx ot
wid eaUte, pray 1 n z lor licfixj and uibority tu
ell the reai estate of a.l deeesfCst, meladiBr;
the rerersioa of the w duw'a dower therein
fur the payment ol dehti. and ebirren oridtnini-i-LratioB.
soal jett.n'' forth there u the aintjUDl u'
del'ts doe from the uul tliccx-J, the eharetto'
it4niini9trat)n. the anMmnt f ptraunal etilate, and
we f.iuai.on i we real e!ute.
Whereanon. the said Court apiw iilunt and assigned
the Jitth day of Uetoher. A. IK l-Tl, at tbe rWalo
toort Kooms. iniiid lMtr.ct.to iieranaaeoiaenp-
un -taid application, and petition, ami ordered thdt
pumic nui ce laereoi ne Liven iu an penons iair
ested therein hy poll:ih"n: sa.d urt'er. brsether
with the t me ami plee ul htmrn.;, tnree weeks ?ac
ceMively in tlie Bnrim'xtun Frc lrcjvi. a newspaper
wnicn circuiutej- in tae ce rntMrnuu 01 inuce
persons intereiteil m sad f"tati'. nil wh ch nah-
ii canons sua ti oe prcTiuai1 iu iu) 1 nu mr
Therefore, vun are ht:reli 1 fifd t ai.i"ar ih-
fore said Cart at tue t mo and ila.f .L-irued. thei:
od there .n Mid Cia-t, t- r.ve l.iili. - the law
: r lie wrmn or tnt ! . njd t-iwrzi
of adm U'trat..n, aod laaku -ur heet obi to
tlie grant wz ob license, if yon xe cauiu.
i.iveo nmier mt ii-uvi at tne i-rstie tourt
HkMHns. this ;th day ol ttetuher. A, O 1-7 1.
i.j a. e nu.n, joue.
X the l-triet Conrt of the Un.teu States. for the
Ihstnct f Wtm-mt In 'tht nutter r L. v
W. iilds. Iisfkrni.t. ln tukniitcy. To
tbe rrvditnrs of said jtankrupt'i. and a.t othert
bob it may euaecrn 1 ne ni.iier-irne:. &Hneti
theeateof s'd Bonkniiit.- h-:n" ztesnubo
that it ha been ordered rv the In.-inrt Court ot
said aOistnC-. that ttv Second anl Th.rd t!eacr
tinss r,r the crt-aitura id -aitl Sankrante to
I at the Jan..-: 01 l!ous. n Uarfori. in sa.d
IKstnct. .n tht" rth day of October. A. I. l-ri.
loxluek .n tlie tttmo-jn. bciore A. Lnderwwi.
Register 10 lljatiruptey, for the purputs name
tne Jitn aci rta Aect.ons i tae runnrntx a- i
Unreal tlie .M. l-tv. and tb 9 s al-u to :iTvHi
dee that 1 ba.e Gled my Real uiu a as-trnee
sd'd Hsn nints.nna tnat at i': x uean'iniacej
aiukll apply t.. id c-mn ivr tin- - tt intent n
iU accani, ini ;r a n -cuirjre :r ui an 1 r.o . it
Asisiinieo ot said eftan. in acconli ce w tb th"
prorisiun-Mit a d -Nth secinn l"wJw
tatwl at ricli, n eid l-t. t. this Jm
day OstOct-.l-er, A-D. l74.
TTN-TE STATES DISTRICT COURT. Distri. t
-U or crm, sr. !n r'ie
f Ji'li 1
Ilulmed.Bjns.rapt. n H tni-rui'-i
The uinltr-ine.i hsrcj ' -
o: i. -
e, an 1
ao li -I
- o. .
ppi-.ntni- ni a a-'-'isnef i! J! n It-
itiw'i, n tne uu.y -
Slate. Vtnnnt, wt'in-i-l i '
j i i.!rd a Bank rtij t u,
pet 1 11 t.ie Pstr.t V wl
t. ... jii r.-.t 1 1
J U n. Ol 1'.', t-:i. i.w .v
It It VMK1 tT V .
Dt.-TKI'T ,P VERMONT. m'-
in t: otr n tt..i !- - ! 1 in
Ucr.r. A. l . T4.
The utii'f - iied IitcM . . 1 -
pu ntiii'i n .siiiit- rf h ,. a ' W
--ir, n 'm- i i.ity t ft n . ' 1
m nt, w l". 11 d I str Lt. 1 . nd.
Utiukrui'ti- u detdi r . kk'
Court . f 1 -tr -t
i; : I1IRAT i! I rne
voxirc 1 Bt.Mii:! mi.
riniT- 1 ' t.IVK NlTTi K t' 1 r . 1 d .
If o ' . A. D. ' . VV B. 1 K
ruji't . 1 ued 1 ' . htr
. tt i-t 11. - StJoItu- u- 1 ' . 'Ca
1 in 1 1'iiMi il Ifrm r' l -n
iu'!-.' I ' 'rupt'n .'1 - 1 At I
jiuiM t an .!e't- . 1 . .in
pn i 't . ' jtnr t a ' " 1 m
f..r h u- .i.tfl tJi trin- - , rty 1
him. in' rl .iden bv 1 iw t , of .1
cred.l- r-1 -'Id BiiiVru, t i :
and to Ii - - 'neor o r.- - .1 ei'i
will be Ji u a Cuuti Iks. h)-l 1 '
at the oflt e Walter P. mu ' n .' ir ,
theCouty -f Caiedou a at s:t rm. 1
bto-e John I, hdwarii-, I , 1. . - -n t
Vthday of Notemijor, A. 1 1 - ' l 1
T.l M v- I ML IV,
If.w'.w rjj.nt V. h. V i 11.. v,. tUsj-
17S IIAMiKl I'Tt .
DISTRICT OP VERMONT.
the J-th day of OcTt.'r. A 1
der'sneii hereby kitcs not 1.
asigneeoftheetal'-o'ir 1 ( t. t
eater, in tbe Coann o U r i r 1
must, with'tt siid li-tr t, w ' ,
Bankrupt nj-ca h's .n-iir- .
ia iiA-Hitt rrcY.
1AISTRHT OF VER5I0T, f V. od-t
J u, tbeiSth day uf Kept. a. li.
The underpinned hereby siTes no. ' U n
polatiseut atat,iifDeeif John 8. Eatm. uf W -tt'ick,
m tne C-.untr o: Windsor, and Stato nt .
mont, within si d I trict. who has bven adm- r
a ftankrupt on cred tors' petition by the Irtu ,
Court of smd Owtr'ct.
R. R. JK5NIN' S, Af-iZ'f-e
tToo!itcck, Vt, Oct. . I3w3w
FARMERS & MECHANICS
BURLI WGTOiM. VERMONT.
(Chartered Havenber 11, l70J
Cupllill, - - - - -3100,000.
Tllia COMPANY ISA LLO AX BEPOSITOHV
for mon-y F1 lCt Omrt, and is acthcrized to act
sj yaanlii.'' r rece Ter of csUtcs.
XNTU15ST ALLOWED O.S DHTOSITS,
whieh may be mad and withdrawn at any tiro
and will ba entitled to 'uteres t for the whole 1 1
tbey Day reciaia with the Company.
kaxscutors. Aoaiinlstraton,or Trustees of lit j
and Tcxales acacciutomed to the transaction
basins., an weU s Uellzions and EcQeroIentlas
tnuoni, will Snd this Company a cosveniea dep
fitory tor money.
omci WITH TBI
McrcSiants IVntlonal Itaulc of
HENRY P. niCKOK, PrtMldent.
caAKLES W. WOODHOUSL. Treasurer.
TOE TROY BCSIXES&COLEGB la c! tbe
o de st aod larztf t schools of Its tfiaraoter, and
cijeu tbe ton its-Cnshla a.lantai;oi for the com.
nurcial evaaition of yftmn; meu aMd woaen. It
laanesvatA'ooarsti of study ts aiwnlied ftr practl-
I ft,; 4tilltT. It, baa bu-s.a4iiisu for tesciwrs, snd
I iIndiWJcallnstraceeaivwhpuplU trradn
atr f procure cood i4tivins. Total evpensee fbr
thretj mcI:tln, ooiw-vv fiZK. Por fcrtnloTues, address,
J.fU R. CAJUIPriiidpmL
- DtoS-wly.U Troy,KY.