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VOL. I....NO.' 4.
Manufacturers of all kinds of
CRACKERS, DREAD AND CAKES.
Our good are manufactured from tho choicest
select Grades of Flour, nud as lloadley knows
just how to mnko them, thero will bo no doubt
In obtaining a t?ood selection.
Particular attention to Manufacturing l'rost
Iny and ornamenting
In tho neatest stjlc.
All orders promptly nt-
ii. r. iuii i.r.,
I,. .1. HOADLKY.
No. 88 West St., Itutland, Vt.
IwWarni llrown Dread every morning, and
Sunday morning from 0 until 9 o'clock. myltUm
A I N T S
CJIIOW CASES. CORNER. CLOCK
Cj and Mantle Shelves made to order, wltli
Plain or Moulded edges. liKACKKTH sawed In
dirrercnt styles at dearborn's
W MOULDINGS FOR PICTURE
Framing, Chromos, Utliogranbs, and
piURTAIN CORNICES OF BLACK
Vy walnut, or all Gilt, raodo to order. Cur.
tain Kings, Tassels and Cords. DEARBORN'S
TYEARBORN IS ADENT FOH GARD-
XJ TIER'S Perforated Chair Seat, for renovat
ing over uaa-f lag or iiusu uoium cnar
Please to call and see them.
Grovo Block RUTLAND, Vt.
RUTLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SKAT CHAIRS, DED-
Corner of West and Forest Bts,
L. AnrooD, Agt. G. C. Kcuanw, Treas.
O. T. CROSS,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer In
FINISHING LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH,
CLAPBOARDS, AND SPRUCE LUMBER,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, MOULD
INGS, BRACKETS, WIN
Scroll Rawing ot all kinds, Planing, Matching
ana ui&zing aone w oracr. 1 aru ana jhiii cor
ner ot Union and Furnace Streets, near Freight
Depot, ltuuana, vi. Aiayiuswmn.
T W. KINO,
Manufacturer and wholesale and retail dealer In
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
MOULDINGS, BRACKETS. AND HOUSE FUR
Of KVEKV UKSCBIITION.
FCHNACG STREET, RUTLAND, VT.
Orders by mall or otherwlso promptly attend
ee. 10. myiuu
J. J. GUINDON,
B L A 0 K S 51 I T II .
Particular attention paid to Horseshoeing. Al
work warranted. Shop on
WIST ST., NKAK OLIVEll MAIIBLK WOUKS,
mayldSm RUTLAND, VT.
HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
GlUfSINa AND DECOHATINO, IN AM. STVLKS.
Kalsomlnlngand Hard Wood Finishing, Glazing
unu uiass aiaiiiing.
Martcll's New Bulldlnir. Center Street.
Rutland, Vt. mayldlm
LINCOLN IKON WORKS.
Marble Mill and Hoisting Machinery of the
most Improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings and general ma
steel and Iron Wlro Hope at Manufacturer's
Rutland, vt., May 1, 1SI3. mayldtf
O. II. M O II E II O IT B E,
Opposite Central Houso RUTLAND, Vt.
fTWE REST SEWING MACHINE IN
X tho world. Wo havo tried them. Can bo
naa at e. n. mekkiaM'S.
C R A M T O N ti H A L S 11 U R Y
Tho BARDWELL HOUSE Is located opposlto
uie iiepoi ana nas long ueeu lavorauiy kuowh
to the travnllnL' nubile. It has been recently
Improved, now affording tho best nud most
uiupio accommoaauou iJ guesm.
Tho TABLE will bo supplied with all tho
luxuries of tho Season, nnd every attention will
uo paid ia mo comiort oi us pairuus.
In thft future, nn In tlm nast. tho Proprietors
Intend tn mate It n tlrst-class liouso affording
all the comforts ot a homo u tho trarelcr. Tho
public patronage Is solicited.
A GOOD LIVERY In connection with tho
Attcntlvo PORTERS will bo found at tho
Depot, on tho arrival of all trains.
J. W. UHAMTON,
J. A. HilJfDUIlV.
HOT E L ,
A FIRST CLASS
M E AT MA R K E T
IK HOTEL IIUII.DINQ.
mayldSm J. If. JOHNSON, Puopkiktok.
J. W. FISHER'S
NEW DINING UOOMB,
Central Houso Block, Merchnnts' Row,
Warm Meals sarved at all hours of tho day
nnu evening, iiiasiusui
J. F. HTINSON'S
(Julnn'a Block, Opposlto tho Depot,
Warm Meals served at all hours of the day
ana evening, inuyiuiw
NEW DINING HALL,
In rooms formerly occupied by J, W. Fisher.
KINGSLEY k SPRAGUK'H BLOCK,
MEALS HEItVEI) AT ALL HOURS.
(dvorcvks mid gvovijtfcmji.
J & T. OADEN,
Wholesale and Itetall Dealers In
OROCERIKS AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED 1'HUITS, PICKLES, Ac,
AND 1WNOY GOODS.
Also, Dealers 111
DltY GOODS, SHAWLS, BRUSH (10ODS,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, AC, AO.
An assortment of
DENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Conslnntly on band.
AOENTS FOR MAIL STEAM EllS TO AND
IB-DRAFTS FOU ANY AMOUNT ON Till!
HANKS OF ENGLAND, IRELAND, SCOTLAND
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN STS.
BATTY'S NABOB PICKLES,
Crosse Dlaekwcll's Pickles, Hnlfoid's
Worcestershire Sance, Nabob Sauce, In fact
nearly all kinds of English pickles can be found
at - II. W. MARSHALL'S
PRUNELLAS, PRUNES, CHERRIES,
Peaches, lllockberrlrs, Raspberrles.Plums
Huckleberries. Also, nil kinds of fruits In cans,
for sale nt 11. W. MARSHALL.
mayldA-wly Grovo street, Rutland, Vt.
17 LK HORN & MAGNOLIA
very choice, for sale nt
rnayldAwly ll. W. MARSHALL'S'..
rpEAS, from 50 cents to $1.75; also fresh
j. urounu co t jsu, at
11. W. MARSHALL'S
Corner of Grove and West Sts.
1 8 5 7. 1 8 7 !1 .
O L D R E D S T O R E .
imocKiiiKs and j'Jiovisroxs,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
mayltf Merchants' Row.
JOSEPH H. GUY, ,
S. HAYWARD & CO.,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HAY AND WOOD.
WAsniNOTON Sr., Rutland, Vt.
L T O N M A R K E 'V,
DUNTON ,t HAYWARD
All kinds of Meats.
Fish, Vegetables nnd
Frutts In their season.
KIngsley tc Sprague's Block, Merchants' Row,
PETER F. MeMANUS,
And dealer In
NO. 93 West St., RUTLAND, VT.
TUT B. MUSSEY, No. 11 Merchants'
TT Row. Groceries and Provisions.
HOLESALE FRUIT DEPOT.
The Subicrlber has mado arrangements to
receive an tinus ot
bv tho car-load direct from first bands In New
York and Boston, and Is prepared to till orders
irom ncaiers in ltminnu ami irom mi him iinert
of Railroads centering here, at tho Lowest
ORANGES AND LEMONS
Repacked and Wnrranled as represented.
I am also nrenared to nav the highest cash
prleo for Potatoes to ship to Market,
E. P. HITCHCOCK,
Opposlto tho Depot,
Wliolesalo dealer tn
CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDY".
lUrOIITElt AND WHOLES ILK 11EAI.EK
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
Tho attention of Town Agents, Physicians
nnd Druggists Is especially called to our wines.
as they aro unsurpassod for medical purposes,
coming from ono of tho oldest vineyards In
California. All goods guaranteed puro and sat
isfactory, or to bo returned nt my expense.
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN, STS.,
(Landon Huntoon's Block,)
Rutland, Vt. myltf
TVfEN'S RUBBER BOOTS, 3.7I5, at
1JL O. W. CURRIER'S, HO, o, jBerciiauui
T ABIES' WHITE KID 8LIPFEHS, nt
J-J O. W. Cumweu's, NO. o, jicrciianis- jiuw,
CiPHINU STYTTlCS'OF'FRENCH KID
O MMOKH W. CURRIER'S.
T ADIE8' SERGE
JLi Slippers, only (1, nt
O. W. CUIIIIIEHU
JUTLAND MARBLE COMPANY,
W'llOl.KSAI.K 11KAI.KKS IN
RliOCK oo SAW E I) MARBLE.
gtiAi:i:iKH and mills,
.1. N. 11AXTE11, Hupt. WEST RUTLAND, Vt.
All the grades of Rutland Marble, In tho
Minpo of slabs of various thicknesses required
for Furniture, Mantel, nnd Decorative Work, as
well as Cemetery uses; also Cubic Stock for
Monumental and Building purposes, Including
Bases, Strips, and Posts, may bo found In our
yard at nil times.
Our oxtcnslvo arrangements for tho produc
tion of Marble, in tho way of (luarrylng Ma
chinery, nnd Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
of saws, place us In position to supply tho
wants of the Trade. Wholesale, and Retail
Dealers, Builders, Fumlturc-Men, and gen
eral Manufacturers will ilnd It to their Interest
to favor us with their orders.
RUTLAND MARBLE CO.
LIVER MARRLE AND GKANITE
RUTLAND, VERMONT, .
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN MARBLE
TABLETS, FONTS, AC,
To order In any part of the United States with
out risk to tho purchaser.
All work executed by this Establishment Is
dono In tho most monorail and aktistio
So largo n proporl Ion of our work Is now going
Into tho City Cemeteries In successful competi
tion with the best city manufactures that our
products are as famous and conspicuous for their
excellence, in Greenwood Cemetery of New
York, Rural Cemetery of Philadelphia, and
many of tho Western Cities, as throughout Ver
mont. And wo present tho fact of our constant
ly Increasing business, Justllled by the unifohm
excellence of our work during tho past flvo
years, ns tho surest guaranty purchasers can
have of our faithfulness in the future.
.REAT CLOSING OUT SATiH!
THEHK WILL HE OI'ENED AT
NO. MERCHANTS' ROW,
On or about May 8th, a largo stock of
Which will bo
S O I. D AT COS T
OhOHK OUT A HUH1XKSH.
Full Particulars soon.
GEORGE W. CHAPLAIN, Jit.,
Rutland, April 30th.
T A L L I N G F O R D
A. HILL SON
Will open on Monday, May Mb, tho new
Over their store, whero will bo displayed an
elegant stock of Pattern Hats, Ribbons, Flow-
crs, mimes, liais, ax", new lunw tiuuus nt
Walllngford prices. Also Mens und Boys' Hats
Jiaviug e iiargeu mm uupruteu uur
Wo shall open on tho samo day, our Spring
mens", hoys' and ciiilduens' suits.
can glvo a good business suit for and wo
havo a good lino of liner good. Elegant Coats
ami vests nnu moony i'nnis.se nave reinou
And can now offer a full stock of Uidlcs'.Mlbscs'
nnd Children's Shoes, iiuuucrs aim niii
persi nlso, Men's und Bojs'
Boots and Shoes.
Wo havo a new lot of
CROOK E R Y
To open ; niso in hiock, imisswurc, uuruwuru.
Grass Seed and Flour. Wo can glvo tho best
of bargains in
GROCERIES AND FAMILY SUPPLIES.
Como and get 8 lbs. of.tho best whlteSugar for
t, nnd good Japan Tea tor 7 cents. (N. II. We
linvHsnmo nut us irnod for M) cents.. But wo
ennnot glvo you a list of our goods or prices, so
you inusi can on us uuu seo lur juurucm-M.
W A L L I N
G F O
A SPLENDID LOT OF NEW BRAID
INll DESIGNS, nlso ALPHABETS, Just re
E. N. MEKHIAM'S.
11UTLAND, VT., MONDAY
Watrtw ami gtivdrij.
TUAT WILL KKAD
THE RUTLAND GLOBE,
Allow us to say that
OUR S T O R E
IS STILL ON
MERCHANTS' ROW, NEAR THE BEE-HIVE.
As Merchant Jewelers, wo propose always to
bo posted and stocked with articles of
ARTISTIC AfcD INTRINSIC WORTH.
SOLID SILVER GOODS
From Gorliam Co., always Sterling.
ItJUJl 1' L A 1' K I) WA11ES,
CLOCKS, SPECTACLE, C, AC.
CHASE & CO.
BAILEY ii P ARM ENTERS
S I L V E R S M I T II S .
We havo tho larircst and best assortment of
vt atcues ever ouereu in mis lunrKct.
Ill largo supply, embracing every variety of
siyiu ursirauie lor utuies' or ueutieinens' wear,
JEW E L R Y ,
In rich abundance, nud more coming.
8II.VKK i'LATXD AND STKHL, FOU TAGLE CSZ,
Our stock Is large, and wo sell at lowpifccs.
SILVER BI'OONS OF OUK OWN MANUFACTUIIE.
ROGERS' BROTHERS PLATED FORKS
Tea Sets, Castors, tc, all tho best.
To lit those who cannot seo well.
A new thing without frames. Very desirable.
Call and see for yourselves at
BAILEY AND PARMENTERS,
17 MEUCIIANTB' how.
WATCHES CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE,
-MARSHALL & CADY'S.
Who havo Just received a largo and elegant
stock, open cases with Mat glasses, tn both
Swiss and American, key una stem wlndtrs.
NEW ASSORTMENT OF CHAINS,
GOLD SETS, RINGS, PINS, tV.
Solid Silver and Silver Plated Ware.
Aflno lino Of Black Jewelrv In born nnil Jit
Call at tho old stand of Clark Bros. & Marshall,
corner Merchants' Row and West street.
majimin MARSHALL JC CADI.
BON HAVE A NICE
WATCHES AND CHAINS,
JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SPECTACLES,
GUNS, CARTRIDGES, RASORS,
SOLID HILVKlt AND 8ILYKU I'LATKD WA1IK.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY
Repaired In a workm'anliko manner, and in
graving executed neatly.
Our customers will nnd us over C. A. Paik
hurst's store, up ono night ot stairs, whero air
rents como cneap, and wo can glvo our patruis
lliu ueueut oi lb lu uur iuw priceii.
Call und soo us at your earliest convenlonca
ADAMS AND SON,
No. 31V Mekcuants' Row, Ur Staiks.
J. PIIICHARI), PuorKlKTOii.
CHARCOAL PIG IRON,
PlTTHl'ORD, VT, majidm
MOKNING!, MAY 5,
Q.HAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL.
To bo belli at tho
TOWN HAM, RUTLAND, VT.,
Commencing on Monday Eve., May 18, and clos
ing rrway J way in, isi.i, uniicr ineuirec
I lull of tho celebrated conductor
Mk. CARL ZERIIAIIN, of Rostov, Mass.
President. .Tohn N. Baxter. Rutland. !'. A.
Fisher, See. E. A. Morse, Trcas. George A.
Mletikle, Musical CommUtce. on which occa
sion the following eminent artists, whoso repu
tation Is uurlvaled, will npiiear.
Mme. Jennie Van ZNT.Prlina Donna, latoof
tho l'nrepa Rosa English Company.
Mme Jri.E DeRvtiieii. Sonrnno of Dr. Chimin's
Church, New York.
M. Fuanz Remmehtz.
Bailtono of Trlnlly
Tenor of tho llama-
Church, New York.
Mu. W. II. Fesseniikn.
Mb. A. J. 1'iiii.t.ii's, Tenor of Burlington.
Mu. Gro. A. Mietzke nnd Mu. H. C. Moohe.
Pianists. Prof. E. II. Hkii.ey, Organist. The
OEll.MANIA BAND, of Boston.
The Leamn'O Musicians of thuStatowlll nlso
THE LARGEST CHORUS
Ever assembled In Vermont will render the
Choral music. In a stvle not excelled nt anv
previous musical gathering. On Friday after-
uuon, .Mny lbin,
FIVE HUNDRED PUPILS OF THE PUIILIC
Will participate, and this. In connection with
tho nnpenrance ot thonrllsts, will make one of
tho plensantest features ot tho festival.
THREE GRAND CONCERTS AND MATINEES,
On Wednesday, Thursday nnd Friday.
Lady 11, Gentleman, 12, admitting to Chorus
SINGLE SEASON TICKETS, t3.
Admitting to nil Rehearsals, Matinees nnd Con
certs. Mailnco tickets, Mt els. Concert Tickets, "5 cts.
Matinees commence precisely nt Utf o'clock p.
m. Conceits nt 8 p. m.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Sold cheap for cash, or on easv terms,
monthly or quarterly Installments.
EVERY INSTRUMENT WARRANTED.
Sent postpaid by mall to any part of tho country
on receipt of tho retail price.
CIll'IICII C110II1, SUWATII AND PAY SCHOOL
Furnished at publisher's lowest rates.
CA"A liberal discount to Schools. Music
Teachers and Clergj men.
Solo agent In Rutland Tor Moffat's unrivaled
SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES,
of nil kinds.
Warranted tho best. Patented In England and
America. Sent by mull to any address by
J. 11. MEEKER,
No. 25 Merchants' Row.
3IAN0S AND ORGANS TO RENT
u at E. N. MEKHIAM'S.
Alo repairing and tuning.
milE PIANO SELECTED FOR USE
L nt Ihu coming Festival Is the DECKER
HllUn. 1.. .MI.lllUA.M sens lueni,
BANTER NATIONAL BANK,
II. IlENKY BAXTEII.
J. W. ClIAMTON,
N. T. Sl'lUdt'E, JK.
W. C. DUNTON,
W. C. LANDON.
II. F, Ixirinioi',
Geo. E. Royce,
Geouqk r. BorruM,
Mado and remitted for at Lowest Urates.
INTEREST ALI-OWED ON TIME llEI'OSllS.
A general Banking and Evchaiuro business
H. Heniiy Baxteh, Prest. J. N. Baxtek, V. Prest.
Geokok R. Bottuu. Casldr.
Use Iteniie's l'nhi. Killing Magic Oil.
" It trori.4 like a C'uina."
Safe to use and delicious to euro Colds.
Sato to uso and delicious to euro Cramps.
Sato to uso and delicious to euro catarrh.
Safe to uso and delicious to cure Contusions.
Safo to uso nnd delicious to euro Colic.
Safe to uso und delicious to euro Croup.
Safo U) uso und delicious to euro Cough.
For Soro Throat, mix Renne's Magle oil with
water, und uso for gargling tho throat, und In
severe cases swathe the throat at bed time with
three or four thicknesses of llannelwet with
tho Magio OIL This prevents bronchial dim
cully, and cures Canker In thu Throat ami
Stomach, and promotes digestion,
Renne's Pain-Killing Mnglo oil Neuralgia.
Renne's Paln-Kllilng Magic oil Rheumatism.
Renne's Palu-Kllllng Mnglo oil Sciatica.
Renno's Paln-Kllilng Maglo oil Chilblain.
Renne's Paln-Kllilng Maglo oil Sprains.
Renne's Paln-Klillng .Maglo Oil Headache.
Renne's Puln-KIIIIng Mnglo oil Toothache.
Bo suro and get the genuine. Sold by all hon
est nnd prosperous druggists, merchants and
grocers. Manufactured only by WM. HENNB
A SONS, Plttslleld, Muss.
ritAGS. Wo Imvo now In stock an nssort
JL inent of Dennlson's Patent Direction
Labels and Merchandise Tags, w hlch wo will
sell at manufacturer's prices.
Wo havo also a good stock ot " Phillip's Se
curity Hook-Tugs," a very convenient and Her
vlccablo article for merchants. Among Us nd
vantages arc; Goods can bo more readily mark
ed than by any other meansj tho tag is so se
curely locked that It cannot become dctnclicd
from the goods; no chance of Hit) tag becoming
detached from tho hook; no points projecting
to tear other goods or your lingers. They nro
safe, strong and cheap. Call and examine
them. GLOBE PAPER CO.
PICTUltTrFIJAMING DONE WITH
Neatness nud taste, nnd at reasonable
prices. Somo new and beautiful styles Just re
E. N. MERRIAM'S.
OF THE UNTED STATES.
NEW BUSINESS IN
Exceeding that of any other Company In tho
Tho following Board of Ofllcers has been or
gunlzed for the purpose of giving
Both to tho Society and Policy Holders
THAN ANY OTHER COMPANY REPRE
SENTED IN VERMONT.
THIS LARGE ASI) SUCCESSFUL COMPANY
Is now placed In nearly the same relation to tho
people In this Uclnlty as that of a Home Com
pany. LOCAL ADVISORY HOARD OF DIRECTORS.
J. N. BAXTEII,
N. P. SIMONS,
J. A. Mead, M. D.,
W. (1. VEAZEV,
J. M. Haven,
Gbo. It. BOTTl'V,
C. L. STIMSON,
J. W. Ckamton,
J. A. Sheldon,
N. L. Davis.
MASON & VAUGHN,
Oenehai. aoknts, Rutland, Vt.
BURNHAM & TEMPLE.
We aro Agents for tho following first class
i ire insuraucu coniiuiiues.
Home, N. Y.,
Insurance of No. America, phlla
Phenl.t, N. Y
These aro tho Irnst known of all tho companies
reiiresented In Rutland, ami since wo nave
hem they lace mM more mmuj to
of Rutland and vicinity man an
This record proves their stability and their
willingness to pay all proper claims.
Wn cnnilitenllv exoect a contlnuanco of Ihe
liberal patronage which these companies havo
aiwit s receiveu.
Wo also represent the Travelers Life nnd Ac
cident Insurance Company. Wo glvo a better
and cheaper policy in.ui any oiner Liie com
Call nnd see.
BURNHAM A- TEMPLE,
onice, Opera House, Rutland, Vt.
HARRY W. NYE'S
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY,
No. 4, Merchants' Row, Rutland, Vt.
GENERAL AGT -ETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Fire Insurance In First Class Companies.
gruflis and Icrtifhus
E C I A L NOTICE.
DR. S. W. SMYTH,
AURIST AND OCULIST,
Has, at tho urgent solicitation of patrons and
friends, established permanent Branch Ofllco
lu Rutland, Vt., nnd may be consulted dally,
(except Fridays,) at the
On ull diseases of tho EYE, EAR, NOSE,
THROAT and LUNGS, nnd nil chronic diseases
leading to General or Nervous Debility.
RIGHT REV. LOUIS DeGOESIIRIAND,
CATHOLIC BISHOP OE VEIIMONT,
Attests In the follow lug statement to tho skill of
Dit. 8. W. SMYTH.
Bl'llLINUTON, Vt., Jan. 23, 1871.
TO THE ruBLIOI
I havo no hesitation tn recommending Dr.
Smyth ntter seeing htm perform n very skillful
operation on tho car ot Rev. P. J. O'Carroll, w ho
was thereby Instantaneously cured of deafness
ot long standing.
myldly LOUIS DeGOESIIRIAND.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, TOILET
ARTICLES, FANCY GOODS, LADIES'
BASKETS, ARTISTS' MATERIAL,
PAINTS, OIL, PAINTERS'
RUSH, WINDOW (1I.AS3,
PUTTY, AC, SO.
And tho best roods In mv linn thn market
nlTords aro my bisiclaltles. Prices reasonable,
t prescriptions carofuiiv ami eorrectiv
mi. s MitHi An i n ituw. jiu ilaisii.
mt Jutland gaily (Slot.
MONDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1873.
WILLIAM H. SEWARD'S TRAVELS AROUND
THE WORLD. Edited by Olhc Itlsley Seward.
With soo llltutratlons. New York : D. Apple
Ion A Co., 1S73. Subscription book nt the
Tills Is n book of 7i0 pages. It is writ
ten in the form of journal, beginning
August 0th, 1870. Tho substantial interest
of llio volume may be judged from the fol
lowing extracls. Ysv begin with nn event
observed while crossing the Pacific Ocean :
September Gti. It was a mistake lonro-
nounre our nieellnir with the America, on
tho (ith, the event of the voyage. A greater
one has lust occurred. Our last date is the
l ltli. This nolo Is written on tho lCth.
The former entry certainly was made yes
terday. The chronometer maiked eight
oclock at night at Giocmvieh. at the verv
nour vviien our ciock, v men Keeps me run
ning time, maikeil eight o clock in the
mornliu;. We are half way around the
woiiu irom iticciimi'ii, nun nave iosi just
half a day. It is unite clear that, if we
should continue imvt nn! making the same
discreiianey of time, we should hac lost u
whole nay on iiriiving at (iiieinvlch. We
might postpone) the readjust inent of our
ship's time until we reached Greenwich,
nut the scienlillc world has wisely decided
that this readjustment shall be made in
every cast) by conipronii;-!' on the 180th
meridian, and therefore, Instead of striking
out a lialf-d.iy here, we slrike out a whole
Under dale of October 2!Hh tin
def-cribes a Chinese aimy which he saw nt
We saw an armv of ten thousand men.
infantry nnd cavalry, enter the city as we
passed the vt cstcm gate. At a ili-tance the
arrav was imposing, nut, ns we neaml it,
wc discovered a woful lack of uniformity,
as well in dress ns In arms and enuinnicnts.
Tho infantry arm varied from a wooden
club of three feet long, to a matchlock
with a R'von.foot barrel ; the music was
thoroughly discordant, but the yellow ban
ners were lreiuient, gay, anil gorgeous.
The march was as struggling and disorder
ly as the return of the tioops from Bull
Kim to Washington
Of Confucius we have the following :
Open nnv Chinese book, ask anv Chi
nese slate? man or scholar, and you will
learn that Confucius is worshipped. Push
the intiuiry further, and yon w ill learn that
lie is worshipped not as a deitv, but as n
person of divine perfection. The absence
of the customary symbols of worship In
the icmpie ot uoniuems columns tins
view. The Chinese ambassadors at Wasli-
ngton refused to recognize one ot their
yoimfj countrymen ho had been educated
at Fairfax Theological Seminary for the
lhri.-uan ministry, lie pieaueii, as an ex
cuse for his conversion, the divinity of
Lliru-t. l ney ecpncu : v ny do we want
another Christ? We have a Chi 1st of our
own, Confucius." A Chinaman, whom
wo met here, when pressed by one of our
missionaries to accept the gospel of Jesus
Christ ns the gilt ol jJoil to man, replied
" Why is not a (jurist born in (Jlnna as
good us a Christ born lu the United
This national habit of comparing ConfiL
C1U3 wm, jlie -saviour uiulouiitcdly result:
Irom the similarity, in many respects, lie
Lyii inu icacmngs , i t. . ami me
it... . 1.1 . ..f ft ! 1 .I.-
vuii.sii.im uiwi.,,-. mu .uini.-ru n-iuiuii-
teaches no dogmatic theology, either o
,,-ii;-,,. -,,,,...!,.!..,,, u .i,.J n
I Qiwli linwi'V'ot. xvlilb' 1ns r-iiili. nf mirnl
and manners is adapted to all classes and
conditions of society, and to all forms
religious faith. The worshipper of heaven
nnd earth, the sun, moon, nnd stars, can
accent the svstem of Confucius, because it
does not interfere with any principles of
their own, The Buddhists entertain no
jealousy of it. It fails, however, to re
generaie mo em pile; it is "oi mc eartu
I'iirthv." " As is the earlbv. such nro thev
nlso flint are carthy,iLs is the heavenly,such
are thev nlso that are Heavenly. Hie mo
tive of duty to our fellow-men must hav
its most ctlective i-nrmg in the sense
duty to God. No human being can hiiv
that sense, unless he has accepted the
truth that uoil ts one, anil that he is
Spirit to lie worshipped In spirit and I
In the Bay of Bengal, February 4th, Mr.
Seward thus soliloquises:
Now at in Mm, while the captain is till
ing his daily observations, Mr. Seward
pencil In hand, is making un bis reckoning,
Captain, I think wo must lie near the
08th meridian of east longitude, which will
be hall my voya;;e around the world.
The captain answered, "That light-shir
sir, which you see on our right, marks the
line you are inmunnir lor.
Little do our friends nt home, in their
midnight slumber, dream that we aru silt
ing. wide awake, directly over their heads,
But wo have n faint idea that this rellcctlon
lias been made under similar circumstances
Of elephant-riding theie is the followin,
under date of Putteela, India, March iilst
When the compliments weie ended, the
maliarajan askcii Air. rsewaru in wiitrl.
manner he would prefer to make his en
trance into the capital ; whether ho won!
go with him hi his couch, or whether ho
woum ne pieaseu to mawu nis entrance on
the oacK ot an elephant. Air. coward, oil.
Iideut peihaps ot Ids skill in the latt
mode of tra el, or acting under a con vie
tion that modesty be.st becomes a visitor,
accepted the oiler ol a seat in the roach,
The niaharaiali. taking his seat at Mr,
Sewnm s lelt, made a rapid advance toward
the city. The ladies, like Mr. Seward,
being complimented with the same choice
of manner of entering the city, decided like
Air. rewanl lu lavor ot a coacii-ami-sl
Hereupon a halt and parley ensued betwee
Captain Horsford anil the prince's niaste
ot ceremonies, lu l ho course ot tins de
bate. It appeared that, while tho prlnco
excused Mr. Seward's declination of Ihe
honor of the e eiihant on the ground of his
years, the ladies, who could oner no sue
l) ea. win id uneoiience ny iiaiiiiiiig u
same indulgence. Sixty elephants stood
by tho road-side,iichly caparisoned in cloth
of cold nnd scat let. all ornamented with
gilt ear-rings and necklaces. There was no
inoro to be said on that oucsllou. Ihu cle
iihanto knee ei . s ut ladders were placci
against their sides, ami, In less time than it
takes to dcsciibo the action, tho two ladles,
tfi I'fintiiftiiiv lit rlili, tibiiid YliMit (.ntitml tiv
gether with Cautaiii llorsloril, in tho si
cioua g n en anil velvet nowunn. i no ele
phant arose with a motion like that of the
surge on tno isiast oi Aiauras.anu mo lauie
lounii themselves in uie upper air,
Tint Insank Asylum. - Tho Vermont
Asylum for thu Insane building nt Brattle
Intro is undergoing Improvement. At each
extremity of the picsent main structure
whig Is to ho milled 110 by I1SJ feet In nrei
tho ono to ho four and tho other three nud
n half stories In height. Tho boilers li
which tho entire institution Is to be heated
will ho located lu a building -10 by 40 feet
standing porno distanco in thu rear, Tho
oxpenso is estimated at 4-50,000.
... f w.alfnnl. has n
sample of bread In his possession which lie
n cked tin on tho P altsburg battlo ground
In IHU iin.l which formed ll unit of thu
.. ........ .. .
j rnilons leu nciiinii ny inu Jiiuisii iiisips,
PRIOJO 'HUME CENTS.
Manchester Is preparing fer summer visit
's, 'thu Equinox House Is receiving n
new coat of paint and being put In order.
Ins house, under thu genial management
f "mine host" Orvls, is among the be.st lu
the country. Vnnderllps' Hotel nnd the
Ini House nrc also being brushed up,
Manchester Is rapidly becoming a popular
resort In summer.
The proprietor!! of the Vermont Mills nt
North Bennington, have sold the entire
irixluctlon of their mills up to .Inly 1st,
for OJ cents per yard.
Hay Is selling at North Bennington for
17 iier ton.
The supply of coal at North Bennington
extiemely short, und neatly all the man
ufacturing companies have exhausted their
stock put in for the winter.
The snow In Rcadsboro Is three feet on a
uvel. A correspondent of the Benning
ton Banner says "planting will be done
Mrs. Maria Parker, of Stamford, Ver
mont, has borne 20 children ; ten of whom
ere Ixiys, whose united weight when they
arrived nt manhood was over 2000 pounds.
Thirteen divorces were granted at the
late term of the Chittenden county court.
George L. Reynolds, of Burlington, has
sold his (.hoit-horn cow, Sophia, by the
Ninth Duke of Tliorndale, und also Ills
ill f, Wellington, to J. S. Davis, of Dan-
ille, Ky., for 1,000.
Mr. S. Ranney has been appointed post
master nt Athens, In place of A. A. Alex-
iindcr, lemovcd to Greenfield, Mass.
lfied A. Hall, of Athens, was recently
admitted to the bar of the Franklin county
S. L. Thompson, of Proctoisvllle, has
been appointed deputy sherilf.
Samuel Bowen, of Bethel, was born In
Relioboth, Mass., Sept. 1, 1781, nnd lie
married Nancy Goff, who is a native of
Pomfret, this State, and who was born
Dec. 1!), 1782. This aged couple have
lived together sl.ty-sevcn years, nnd have
ived on the farm where they now live six
Secietary French has just concluded a
teachers' institute at Windsor. He was as
sisted by Prof. Cliailes B. Stetson, of
Maine, Miss II. L. W. Potter and Prof. G.
. Stockwcll, of New York.
At Perklnsville liny sells for eight dol
lars per ton, and good cows from 45 to
W. G. Smith, ot Bridgewater, is owner
of a monster horse. He is now six years
old, and stands sixteen and three-fourths
hands high, nnil weighs 1,107 pounds, and
is true in every way.
Tho ice broke up in the Connecticut
river about the 10th ot April. April
20, 1785, people passed from Norwich to
Dresden, now Hanover, on the Ice.
The balloon for the Fourth of July cele
bration nt Bethel is seemed, und comes
from Providence, R. I. It is to lie secured
by a rope and let up and dow n at intervals
through the day, so that those who wish
can go up In it. At !) o'clock the proprie
tor will make tho grand ascension of the
day. The expense of the balloon will lie
Pastor Murray of the Park Street church
is "Deaconing" in. Orange county.
Complaint has been made to the authori
ties against Charles Mills of Orange, for
alleged cruelty to an o.x belonging to him,
the report being that lie beat it so as to
btave In its ribs, macerate Its liesh, and
otherwise injure it so the animal is com
Phiucas .Icnncss, of Shellleld, lias nine
teen lambs from twelve sheep seven pairs
Judge Poland returns to Washington
early hi May, to co-operate with a commit
tee, of which ho is a member, in complet
ing a revision of the laws ot the United
States a favorite project of his, which,
after several years of effort, is now nearly
A Durham and native bull, one year old
April 11th, owned by JL J. Merrill, of
Fairfield, weighed 1,050 lbs. His feed had
been good hay, sour milk and u mlxturo of
oat and corn meal no sweet milk. He Is
only medium llesh.
The lieautlful steam yacht of Sir Hugh
Allen sunk to the IkiUoui of Lake Meni
phrcmagog last week. It was lying nt his
wharf, near Ills residence, about six miles
from Newport. It is said to have cost
-10,000 In gold.
The mail is carried every day fiom Nortli
Troy to Rich ford and Newport Centre on
a hand car. Last Wednesday II. W.
Baker ran a train of three hand cars fast
ened together, from North Troy to Rleh
ford with thirteen passengers and a half
ton of baggage on board.
A Superintendent of Schools hi Benn
ington County, has recently received the
following letter from Hon. John II. French,
Secretary of tho Vermont Board of Eiluca.
tlon, In regain! to school bonks to be used
after November 1st, 187!!, for the next live
Wisnsoi:, April 23, 1873.
Almon KdtJy, Dear Sir .-Yours of the
10th Inst, has reached me, at the Teachers'
Institute, now hi session here.
The New American Readers and Speller,
and Webb's Word Method are authorized
by the State Boanlfor Use in tho schools of
this State, for tho next live years. Tho in
tiixluction of thu Analytical Headers Into
any public school of tho State, is plainly a
v lolatlon of law, (Seo Vermont School ie
port for 1872, pages 208 to 272) ; nlso
(pages 10, 11, 12). It seems to mu that an
examination of the authorized Readers and
Spellers would satisfy your teachers nnd
committees that lliey am well adapted to
your schixils. It U certainly desirable that
our leading teachers exlunlne the authoriz
ed Isioks, and that they conform to thu list,
lu liny change they make of text luniks
now m use. Yours truly,
Jons H. French,