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IS Joj vV b. 7Yj? LEADING LOCAL NEWSPAPER IN EASTERN AND CENTRAL VERMONT VOI, XVI. WEST RANDOLPH, VT., JANUARY 9, 1889. XO.I5-7JM. p.iHta l-:vry Vntir.' Jiuma i Wist UiKt VH. VT. TWO EiLMTICNS. jKHMS; ... .v A vr: f.n t'i- ront ) Uif i;-.K.n:a- ' ! " In w lii.l-.ir ,. cm i'k . I'I.'sImM. II H'k Hiwl 'irauvUIr ;y-i;:.i" UtM ,!' ..! 1 '"l ' -.. .1- A Vi:iilMr 1:1- l;l(.HT I'K'I. Si .) ,,'lil.iu: t'mn lf I" Wlii'lwr t ii ',ci"H''i"". I'if:--''. I'l. . otto-..'-) (tun dl-iuii i!l-"V-'iMl Hi.' nv'ini'f l"!"'r i'"1 (fives ml llie u Mirror Knrmir:m lii(.'MI pa--.' clitl .n 1.0-1 Yy.-.i-iii V.111...1. t: ..l-.-wi.i-n; (I. hi. ADVERTISING RATES. OorAillimn. oneyiar, .... HdfllKi .wi,.if w.hiiiin onr vcar, .... ni.w iter quarter column, ouk your, .... mum i,h m.i viiar. - H-,ln a-Advi rHwiiK'iil" '"! rtiortiT t' m! J6 ur eent , mll.n IIk- ir..i.nllii "' TOW. nrnmietal position pr c,,nt r. tirrrolmU- ootli . I-tvl niitlo IIV linn. -No illouuiit "U aloierati. Hand In fnpr by RECORD OF GROWTH INMATE RIAL INTERESTS. The Uoston Journal's Vermont cor- wpondent gives a summary of the trowth of the industries of tlio Plate for tlie past year which we give below al- must in full. The year was not so, good for tho tamiera as some former years but of tlio Maple farm products there whs enough and a surplus. The total value of ull farin productions in IMS is estimated K $2:1,000,000. The yeur was a good one for the manufacturing interests. The tariff agitation caused a decrease in the production of woolen goods and affected other industries to some ex hot, baton the whole there was an in named production during the year ov er the previous year in several direc tions. There was a decided growth in murine and granite industries. The Kstey Organ Co. of Bratileboro turned out over 12,000 organs during the year. The Fairbanks Scale Company of St. Jolinsbury and the Howe Scale Co. of Kiillund both had a prosperous year. The sem in of IKK 7-8 was a favorable one lor lumber operations, and the a amunt of logs cut and lumber manufac tured was unusually large. The want f riuiw so far the present season lias b-en a serious drawback in lumbering operations. Te aggregate value of llie product for the year 1KKK is esti mated at 8:;;i.000,000. The assessed valuation of t'.ie real and personal estate i the State (Hi the 1st of dime last was SMyiiiO.OOO. The deposits in the Suing lianks and Trust Companies on.Iuiie ;i0 aggregated $lb',l07,l)i7, w increase of over 31 ,000,000 over the previous year. The gross earnings of railroads were haM-a-niillion above He previous year. Iluiiding was quite (Mnsiv.ly carried on. More than .r;0 houses were erected in the larger wn. hleetne b'-'lit stdions weie felt in St. Alb: -,. il- lif.rd,Hrandim. feningtorj, St. .In' nullify and llurre kid those towns are no w lighted by clee rtitv. Swanton built a Byst"in of wa xworks costing 820,000, and P.rat tleboro bought and made free the Ilins toll bridge. The citizens of P.el ks Falls established a free public lib "7 of 3G00 volumes, at a cost of four tiuand dollars and St. Albans spent lIO.OiK) in improvements on its public pwk. THE M AKHI.K INPi'STItT. The demand lor Vermont marble the N Tear was unusually large in all fw of the country. M illions of dol hrs are invested in this business and "fe than 4000 men are employed. In 1 the niarlde quarries of the state Mueul 6,000,000 superficial foot val $2,000,0(1(1. The business of 'fompanies at Kutland, West Kut iid Proctor was the besi last sea that it has been for five years. wal m w quarries were opened and 'itional machinery was employed for "trying and finishing marble by the ! companies during the year. The , ont Marble CVimpany of TrxK-tor s a large addition 170 by K0 feet 'their finishing department, and added U gangs of saws, 20 plan- tld Polisllinir l.itlifta and i 1 ltihimr their plant during the pasl lz 'aths. The Vermont Marble Ccm- " turned out a large amount of tiu ork last vear mi tlie j-ontraet it fw siipj King the material for the "and staircases for the west .''tot theC'aiiituI at Washington. ovitract price of the work is ? 1 98,- 1 lie Vermont Marble Company 'itra.-ted to tarnish the marble m'w Fed.-ral building at Mont- ii-T 'V" 'r,M,,"r'u I 'ei-ember last '.K"d the quarry and mill property Rutland owned bv Messrs. C.il ' M WcKsllia for ?2)b,000. TI;E ( RAMTE ixiii-stev had a renic.rkalile growth v.iiliin a f w years. The production of g.-anite at .1 : . . :.. t . w i . i.u: iuitri'ics iu uarre, n est i Jiimniers foil uml Hvegate has been greater eai-li successive year for n decade. '1 he now thriving mid industriul viila-je, of llane has been built up entirely through the development ot the great inouuluins ot giiitiite withiu the limi s oi the town. The last year witnessed a large increase in the granite business at liarre and Dunimci'ston. Nearly every orient the ."." granite coni;iiuies nndinny- in Ibir re nuiile an addition to their lii ishing sheds and increased their iiroducing ca pacity during the. year. The shipment ot blocks aim hnisheil work irom liarre station was nearly .'SO per cent greater the past year than the year previou The figures in tons for 1KK8 are 21 117, being -Mifw greater than in 1887. '1 he shipments from West Dummerston were in 188 fi:JC8 tons and in 188, llti-12 tons, an increase of J1274 tons. J here was an increase in the amount of granite quarried iu Kssex county. Valuable granite quarries are being de veloped ut llardwick. i here was an increased production of 8000 tons dur ing tho year. A dozen firms are carry ing on the business ot finishing liurre granite at Montpolier. I'ltlVATK liKSlUKM'ES Hl'll.T. These have been of a substantial character, several costing upwards of $0,00O each. It is estimated that nearly 82,000,000 were invested in new dwellings durinsr the year. More than 100 houses were built 'in lUirlnigton ; in Uutland nearly as many ; .r)5 in liar re ; 28 in lirattlcboro ; 20 in St. Al bans ; while in Montpelier, St. Johns bury, Iiennington, Springfield, llcllows Falls, West Randolph, Lyndouville, lira d ford, W ookstock, Kichford and other towns there have been a dozen or thereabouts each. One of the largest and finest private residences has been built by Col. W. Seward Webb at Shel burn. It is located on the shore of Lake Champlain and is iu the midst of a park of 2OD0 acres. 1 here u re ex tensive barns, greenhouses, anil a boat house and dock have also been con structed during the vcar. 1 he bouse is 118 bv -10 feet, lluee stories high, with broad piazzas on ail sides. The interior is finished iu quartered oak. mahogany and native woods. school AM ii.l r.i;i-; lti ,i.hp;:s. which w iij furnish the umrbl" for build-j II. G. tlotve luiill, a business Muck in ing the i.ew jiostoliice uuif ( 'ustoin St. JuhiMiury 4') by (!) feet in s ze uml ll'Ui-'f. ! tu o stories high. The iMiiire Savings The Howard J.'elief of r.iirliiigioti, j iiank of i.iirie eroded a handsome hu-i-Ibroiigii the liberality of Jliss Howard ; ness blm-k 41 by so foi t iu size and ti.ree of I hot city, completed last vcar a hand-j stories high, i ho buildii.g is of gr .niti' some hriek three si n-y building, with , uud cost about. 8-'t. '' The savings ba-eiiicnt, orii.imeiiteil witli a iiian.-ar.i ! hank occiqiy one-linlf of the block, liun roef. 'J he huildin.' co-t Sbi.Otid. An j it V A '.;rrovs (-reeled a four store brick RESTRICTED SUFFRACF.. aiuiiMou was noole to tii.; Mary l letelicr lloi-pitiil in uriiugtoii in ISs7-8 at a cost of $I5,')(M'I. 'J'iie iid.liiion includes a spacious w ard Ut) by yoi'eet in size. Tile M. Alli ins Hospital in St. AHians was remodeled and repaired at a cost of fcII,t)tHi. The new Vounjr .Men's Christian Asso ciation liuil. Hug, erected in Iturlington t lie past, vcar is one of the Hurst si rue- lures n( the kind in New Kngl.uid. 'i'he block is 1 14 by 1)5 feet ill size and fronts Church and College streets and City imik. Hie building Is of brick, with .brow ii sandstone trimmings, and is four Hones high. The remainder of Un block in I'.uilingiou at a cost of t;!(l.l)t)j. A three story brick budding witii bo-e tower, was begun iu Iturlington for lithan Allen Kngiiic Company. H will cost S ! 1 ,0( M. The J'avilion" Hotel' ut Montpelier was enlarged by the addition of a fourth story. I'he increased ca pacity of the I'aviiinn by this addition was' 34. An elevator was put in ami other improvements undo daring the year. A summer resort hotel was built ut Tyson Springs in the tow n of I'ly mouth. 'I'he budding is three stories high and cost about JSlt),() 0. 1 IIK UAII.UOAIIS. Tbo r.iitriiiola of V'of-iii. mf on i. ifo.1 u i It. is claimed that privilegesonce giv en to a people cannot be taken mrav without such a revolution in govern ment as would result in its overthrow. There is a constant M ug'.rle towards greater freedom and a more direct pur-j 10 1u io"e 1,10 question arises 1 ing to submit to the peojde of the Nor: Mine test, the ti. h should be win;,,.. to co-operale with thei.i and pl;1(.e Slf. frage under those restriction, lJlat ouilt to be imposed in every enlightened "ov- .1...... 4 1 .... n .o.,em.. xKinjitting that this block belongs to the Association, ex-; greater degree of prosperity last "year c-pt t'ue eorni-r store wliieh is owned by ainue iiuntiiigtoii. the mam entrance leading to the rooms of the Assig nation is eight feet wide. On the than in IssT. The gross earnings of six ot the principal railroad companies Iu the Statewas fneiirly $.i(Ki,(XKI more for the. liscal year eliding Juno 30, 1K8M than seciniu iioor is u leeeoiion room so ny .10 i tor me previous 12 uioiitiis. I he a- feet, a reading room 30 by 30 feet, an us- mount expended by the seveial railroad Vermont annually expend oi:i,bi!i for ibe sniiiiort and maintenance id ber public sen. mis. The Slate took a decid ed step forward in the direction ot the improvement of the common s hool sys lem in the enactment by the Legislature of an act "isolating to Public instruc tion" the main feature of which is coun ty supervi-ion of schools. I'he public school buildings in ail the larger towns are substantial and coniiiiodiou struc tures. The collegiate mid academical institutions of ermont also occupy buildings admirably adapted for the pur poses for w hich t Icy ere "reeled. I lur ing the year Iskm several new schools iiuTl academic buildings were erected in the Male. Fuller Hall was added to Vermont Academy at S.ixton's Iiiver at a cost of between !t),0!Hl and bin.iMM, the building fund being raided by the friends of the iustitutior. The lull is built of brick, is 12D by til) feet and three stories iu height. It contains i-i rooms and a chapel seating K'Kl. It is a hand some building. A large and handsome building w as e rected at Ludlow for that famous Insti tution .Mack P.iver Academy. I'he new bid ding i one of the li'iest structures of the kind In Vermont ana cost v ii la ii hvilii feet iii size, with two wings one). 13 bv 30 feet. The building is of brick, is two stories high, with basement and has a tall bell tower. It will accom modate 2.'i0 pupils and has all the mod ern improvements. The l)iiinii"g uoiu was raised among the alumni 't the a cademy and the citizens of Ludlow, with the execution of r,itUJ appropriated by One of the finest buildings ever dedi cated to eduea'iona) tmrpose in the State is Bishop Hopkins Hall, '!'. Diocesan School for girls, established during the pat year on the proerty ot the Vermont Kpiseopal Institute ati.ock ,. .... I. ..!!...: '!!,.. l.lillillIlL' tUIld lOIIU, Illll IIOpi.MI. i,. n ... amounted to 840JKI0, one-halt of win. Ii sum w as bequeatli-d by the late John 1 . Howard, the bahuu-e being secure.. ... subscription, llishop H.-iikius hall is 124 feet long and Hi feet wide. It is four stories high and contains numerous school and recitation parlors, dormito ries and a chapel. ItiMiop nopum. will aecomnKslate 70 students. A uew publie school building was e rected at West It ut land last year, at a cost of flOJXMf. The nuihling i . hriek and contains eight iciiis. An Addition to the Hillings Library at liurlington was completed lat year at a cost ot 4J18,tXiO. sembly room 2 by 35 feet and a room for the hoy's branch. The front of the third floor contains three olllce, baek of w hich are dres-iiig rooms, lockers, baths and a small hall 30 by 4!) feet ill size. The Inhibition Hall is also on tills Hour, it is to have a stage and galleries, with an audience room seating 750 persons, 'i be fourth floor has two class rooms, a Directors' room and a gymnasium 1'J by 57 feet, in size, extending to the roof. The Principal's rooms w hl be finished in oak, the rest in ash. 'i'he building will be completed In xt vcar. 1 he cost of the block will exceed '.U,IKH. I'lU'Hl'H III II.I1N;S KKIX'TK.K AND ItKI'AIIiKl). Six new church buildings were erected during the yeur and nearly a dozen old houses or worship Inn! extensive repairs made upon them. The new church ed ifices built, were as follows: A marble church ut Rutland, costing SlO.OiN), by tlie L uiversalist society ; a granite church at St. Jolinsbury, costing $50.(HXi, by the human at holies; a wooden church at Cambridge, costing $1,000, by the Con greg.itionalists; a wooden church at roultnev, costing S.I.Oilil, by the .Metho dists; a wooden church at Kichfoid, costing l2.f)iiil, by the Jlapli-ts and a man i atholie church ol brick at Uar re, costing $li),M'.M). Among the church buddings which were r. modeled or exten-ivelv repaired may be menl ioited the following: The St. A Ihuus Congregational church, w hich was remod- led. refurnished and redeeor- ccinpanies in the way of new steel rails and lies, uew budges, new depots and ol'icr permanent improvements exceed, ed S0(UHH) during this period. The Huston and .Maine liaiiroad began the building of a new brick round house st St. .lohn.-biiry with a capacity for 15 locomotives. New passenger depots were built at Sheldon Junction, South Uoyalton, Shel burn, Shaftsbury and Arlington. MISCKLI.ANKOCH KNTKUIM.'ISKS. The Kr.ittlohoro Jelly Company began the manufacture of apple jelly at Hrat tleboro iu a large four i-to-y building erected foi the purpose. The Acme Watch Company of Mont pelier began the manufacture of watch keys at Montpelier employing 21) hands, i'he Imbed States Clothes-pin Compa ny was also established at the capital last. year. They employ 15 men. The Caroua Marble Company of Bran don was organized and began the erec tion of a new (510.000 mill in lirandon. The year l.ssri appears to have been a prosperous one lor the publishers of Ver mont newspapers, many marked improve ments having been made iu ti e oflices of a number of the State papers. .N-veral e-t:ihlishmenl also changed hands dur ing the course of the year. Among the changes iiiaih; 'n the ow nership of cer tain papers, and additions and improve ments made to other newspaper plants, mav be mentioned the following: The liellows Kails Times 'old by A. X. Swain to Krank H. Ilrowu; form of pa- a toiio; it he done? tieiputioti in the affairs of government uuiotig civilized nations and everv point gained is tenaciously held. At the formation of he government in most of the original slates the right of siilli age was restricted by certain educational and property qualifications. As time pussen and most of the voters possess ed the necessary qualilicalious these laws passed inio disuse. At the close of the war unrestricted suffrage, was given to the freedmen. This was con sidered necessary as a protect!. j o j ters w orth Considering. sav that those just emancipated, but as the re- we are w illing to join heart and hand suit has proved they would prcbably I iu any movement that emi be peaoeu- trried out which shall ,mt and ought iow tan oner 1 he C(,rirr.. ,,ci... i- - oi mu l ni- , led States eon Wd the right of suf f.'ge, which ai.-tiou was rulilicd by the States separately. Cannot Congress initiate the movement to regulate this natter and the States ratify, lriraet.'on. If the South feels aggrieved by lh0 eon ''"' of suffrage as they now exist,, h't her members of Congress set iu mo tion the machinery whieli may result in the change that would prove ' beneficial to the whole country. These are mat- have been safer without it. The gov ernment gave th-i:-! the ballot and then neglected to protect them iu the free use of it. The extension of suffrage to l.Iy 1 . . Keep tlie ballot m the hands of intelli gent voters. We take this ground, not because of any special regard for the. the negro utid by degrees to those who South, but because we believe that tin were once rebels, as well as the easy good oi the whole country demands it. way we have of natural zing foreignei I lied a! :. eost of sIl.olMI: the South Con- I" ' 'iiaiige,, , a qua,,.. ... .....1 i. ,., , i ..... ... ..... ,,. I g nerallv unproved. 1 he I.enmngtou S 1 i;.. I O'll.l I 1 11.11. I. ,11 -I..1..11II ... i. ..... I generallv improved. Ibe I moilel..,! mu, I .vliH-iiUbeil ut. aeo-t of i'o's i in 'i.uvo: the lirattlehoro Ccngr-gat huial ' ''konp of p iper. 1 he I , ,r.v Knlerpri-e, ., ,,1,1.1. ,. ... ,i,. ,.,,,,.i,i ?.. i i power for press ad.'ed. 1 he liartmi at an ev,., ., f"wl.(H,l: aUo I he llal.tist ! M""itor, III -ikeup The rriit.ir bi ii.mn;s and bknkvoi.ent in siiti:tkns. Theonlv Fleral building in course of enitioo at present in Vermont l the new Pot Ollice and Court Hone at Montpeli. r. The 'iovernment appropn ate.1 VlAVOfHt for this, the foundation wall of which were laid in IssS. I he foundation is of bard hriek ami granite, with bond stone in the pillars. About S'tVtOd was expended last year on the f n diti.n. The.oitractfor supplying the material for V" l rYnthJ the Federal building has been let to the hureh-at l.'uilaiid, the ( ongregational iiin-. li id Wineoski, rh'i I'.aptist chur.-h a We-ttoiil and the liapti-t, church at lissi-x ,!ui ct ion, all of which had exten sive repairs. Ill II.1UN..S Kilt I MM SI HI A I. ASK HISINKSS rriti'i is is. 'i'he Verniout Marble Company built a huge addition to its finishing mill at Proctor, 'the new mill is of marble, 170 by SO feet in size, with all extension U0 b'v lill feet for storage, it is three stories high w ith a deep basement for the ma chinery and power. Ibe new mill Has a capacity lor four rubber beds, 11 gangs of saws and 2d turning and polishing lathes. The new water power utilized by the construction of the additional mill is over 50!l horse power. The motor con-Nts of two 33 inch double horizontal wheels, with a vertical shaft 85 feet long and 5 12 inches in diameter. 'I he Vermont Farm Machine Company of Hollows Kails erected a new factory on the "Island at I'.ellows Kails. The building is of brick three stories high, and is 355 feet long and lit) feet wide. The first floor is for tho wood and iron working machines. 'I'he second siory is entirely devoted to the tin room hiiiI painting department, and the third floor is for storage. The ofllee is on the tirst tloor and tit) by 'is feet ill size. T'.ie base ment occupies a space 58 by lit) feet. The removal of the company to its new factory enables them to double the man ufactured production, which Includes j the t ooley creamers ana oilier creamery and dairy apparatus. A large addition was built bv J. R. llooth to the Pioneer Shops in liurling ton. Tho new building is 411 by KIO teet iu size and three stories high. It is oc cupied by the Italdwin Mauufacturing Company, makers of the Italdwin dry air refrigerator. M r. Booth also erected sn ollice building for bis lumber business 30 bv 50 f.-et in size and two stones ingn. The main part of this building is occu pied for olhee purposes ny uu. I . . Woodbury, manager for M. Booth. The eost of these .improvements was about Sio.ono. TiieCarona Marble Company of Bran don is erecting a fine new mill in Bran don 109 by 95 feet In size, the null will be equipped w ith 10 gangs of saws and will cost eto.ooo. Carrick Brother of St. Johnsburv have built extensive additions to their granite works at St. Jolinsbury, thereby dou bling the capai-i.y of their finishing department. Hie ran Moumain paper ohijiuhv oi r changed ami new folder lidded. The Bradford Opinion, new building creeled tor olhee and tew folder and other machinery added. Tho lirattlelioro rinenix, paper generally nil- w ; .,, ( proveii. I lie liuriington r ree I ress, uew we! perfecting p:essand stereotyp ing plant add- d, alsoa uew dress and the makeup ol the paper changed, the im provemenls costing nearly fc'JtUHK). The liurlington Clipper, sold by Cliper Pub lishing Company to Fr"d X. W hitney, and patent "in-ide" discarded. Kural ' Vcruioiitcr, consolidated with Vermont Watchman; Watchman purehas.-d of D. W. Dixou by Watchman Publishing Company. The Northtiehi Xews, sold by F. X." Whitney to K. llerry .t Co. The Messenger and Advertiser of St. Albans, new ten horse power g.s engine, new Cottrill newspaper press and new Stono nietz folder added. The Vermont Sen try, St. Albans, purchased by F. C. Smith, patent inside discarded, a new dress procured and a Kendall folder add ed. 'The Landmark, White tiiver Junc tion, purchased by ( has. A. Jamasou of A. A. Kaile, form and makeup of paper changed. The Vermont. Tribune, new folder added. The Addison County Star started in Middlcbury by W. II. Nichols, is a four page paper and quite a newsy sheet. 'Toe. Sentinel was established at Newport last year by S. C. O'Connor. Xo Xew Kngland State has so exten sive and so great water pow er hs Ver mont. Much of the power furnished by the rivers iu the state is utilized for man ufacturing purposes, but the greater pro portion is vet uudeveloiM'd. Within a few years the Olcott Falls Comnuanv has utilized the mill privileges at Olcott Falls and established extensive paper and pulp mills in the town of I larl ford on the Connecticut Kiver. The falls utilized by the company furnish 7i)O0 horse-power. The company has exten sive pulp and paper mills and last year made considerable of an addition to its plant. The property of the Olcott Falls Company represents an investment of some $250,000. The Standard Power and Light Manufacturing Company of Mont pelier was organized in l.s7. Last year the company expended s.l, 000 in extending and improving their plant on the Winooski Kiver, making its investment at tliis time iiO,tHKI. The com pany has power to let for manufacturing purposes. The power for lighting Mout elieraiid Barre by electricity is furnish ed by tlie Standard Power and Light Company. The maximum the company car. furnish at present is 30 borse-pow er. The extension of the worksof the Ver mont Marble Company at Proctor has has let loose upon the country a vast multitude of illiterate voters. Statis tics show that they are increasing and becoming u menace to the stability of our government. Can the bullot be taken away by peaceable measures from those to whom it has once been given, or can its exercise be so limited that in process of time the illiterate element shall be eliminated from a participation in the alfairs of the government? This is a question for the whole country. It presses heavily upon the South where i literacy is most prevalent. While the negroes may be improving in the mat ter of education it is pretty certain that the ma jority of the negro vote is illiter ate, and it is exceedingly irksome to the white people to be ruled over by those who were once their slaves and w ho have learned little or nothing since gaining their freedom. Hence, the at tempts to suppress the negro vote. If it must bo cast, they reason, then we it it as to niilHIV it. North ern men w ho live long in the South and watch the movement of things, w hatev er they may think of Southern methods cannot utterly fail to sympathize with them in the object to be gained. The fact that multitudes of the whites are as ignorant as the blacks does not mod ify this feeling. An ignorant white man does not wish to be ruled by an ignorant black man. This is the dom inant feeling and through almost a gen eration it has found expression in vio lence and fraud, The prospect of the rule of a party that demands that the constitution shall be made tonieau just what it says, has led some in the South hi consider the question of restricting the ballot. Of course, tlie purpose is to cut off a large part of the negro vote, lint it will not do to make this a dis tinctive issue, hence Southern men and papers, to some extent, at least, discuss the question upon the broadest grounds. This must be so, for the North would not meet them upon any other ground. We believe that the colored meti of the South should be required to read and write before they can vote. We be lieve that the sanio conditions should j lllf Abso!iite!y Pure. !"""!' r,", v' r '-'"'. ii.r-l or i i.rll. Or. lu-lli .-mil v. h,,l,, i,h Verr -,-...i,,t.-' I i ; .. 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V""""- r""" ! '.mat u I.', . -vl'r"- from ll,.M.. l.. -Tiir;.,; ru"""" ,"r""fb ''" Tl-rouhjlrkr.. tor ( lilca,.. and tlw ,t fr i ... 'i.i f- c a'.loiis. K n . . I M M I M.ts J. W. H( IK A IIT Oeu. I'aatrna-Fr Aavnt. i;,.ii.nvs Vulls reboot a portion of its developed a capacity of 51) horse-power. miils. erected a uew pulp mill, built a The Belknap Water Power Company of lai "e nw- flume anil s. i up a mammoru .lonnsoury expeimeu isrj i n. be imposed upon the white nieti of the South. We believe that not a man claiming citizenship in the I'nited States should be allowed to vote w ho cannot read the ballot he casts, in the English language, and write his name so plain that election judges can essily read it. This is one of our strongest , safeguards against the rule of ignorance. So far as the South is concerned we think this would settle many difficul ties. It would take away excuses for the ill treatment of the negro. It migl t hasten the enlightenment of men of all Easiness Cards oa 2nd Page. a M. KICK, DEJPTIST F.llMT anil MO-.M.. Oil. !,,.,! fr Ml rr;""- Arialrlal TW.h ., lZ r" C.-II..I..M. or metal. All ..rih.., rarm.li, iwriornml an.l aatbrrotm ra oe.-.-.l Omert.HMlleII.h-l In Halrl.V him k. l.rl.ra Yt Salesmen Wanted. SAl.AKV AM rXI'K.VsKS Pl, (K IIHKRAI I m Hiant-tit p.nlll.,11. Kiira.il--r.i. Kxi.l. . r, .sar-,. l,lrcr,rlt..r, II an'l.T, ,.' ""' L. P. THURSTON & CO., Empire Nurseries, Rochester. N. Y. goMiia; industry iu Vermont has I -r.rmout Marble (. ompany of Proctor, new mi ner making machine, then-hy j improving their power, which at present .... . n, reasiiig its ..r.Mlaciug capacity lu tons has a ea,.aci.y of 450 horse-power. The who negle.1 to learn so long a. ner dav over lf-tN" The Wells and Richardson Company of Burlington completed a four story brick warehouse at a cost of $1H,(K)0. A flour warehouse two feet long and 40 fiet w ide was built in St. Albans by the Central "nnont Kaiiroau ana Mimieap company has contracted to luriiisu pow er for lighting St. Johnsburv by elec trieitr. Foiihes. If you receive a 4 page nanfir this week TJlease S?;itari,yfur "'"""-jtake it as a personal in- i Trifri tirin to ronfiW. the uecessity is not imposed upou them We certainly believe ' would be safer for the colored i.ien. And if the white men of the South w ill accept the edu cational qualification as the basis upon which to adjust their political difficul ties with the colored men and be will- Don't Forget to Call before you buy vour "'Lit '"vk "f iwt. . im.iuiaoniro,l, k( j,t by f. h. mim You w ill save money by .! n in ii... cost vou " so, and it. a cut to see " " i or vou. Best I'ubhen. at lowest prii-es.