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RUTLAND, VT., TUESDAY MOUNlNfJ, MAV (I, 1873.
PJUCE THREE CUNTS.
WTTLE & HOADLEY,
Manufacturers of nil kinds of
CllACKKHS, DREAD AND CAKES.
Our goods nro manufactured from llio choicest
Be loct Grades nt Flour, nnil 113 Ilnadlcy knows
lust how to make them, thcro will bo no doubt
111 obtaining n good selection.
Particular attention lo Manufacturing frost
lug and ornamenting
In the neatest stjlc. All orders promptly at
tended to. J. s. TUTTbU.
No. S3 West St., llulland, Vt.
twWnrm llrowu llroad every morning, and
Sunday morning from c until 11 o'clock, niyliiain
SHOW CASKS, CORNER, CLOCK
and Mantle Shelves inado to order, with
11.1 In or Moulded edges. BRACKETS sawed In
illlTeront slylesnt DEARBORN'S
EW MOULDINGS FOR PICTURE
i raining, Chromos, Lithographs, and
pURTAIN COUNICKS 01' IILAOK
J Walnut, or nil (lilt, mado to order. Cur
tain Kings, Tassels and Cords. DEARBORN'S
DEAR1S0RN IS AGENT FOR GARD
NER'S l'erforated Chair Seat, forrenoxnt
Ing over Cnd-lTug or Hush bottom chairs,
l'leaso to call and sco them.
Orovo ltlock RUTLAND, Vt.
RUTLAND MANUFACTURING COM PAN V,
Manufaclurers and wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SKAT ClIAlltS, RED
STEADS AND CIlAllt STOCK.
Corner of West and forest Sts,
I.. Atwooh, Agt. 1. C. Ili-flULKK, Trcas.
O. T. C II O S S,
Manufacturer of and Dealer In
FINISHING MIMllKlt, SHINGLES, I.ATII,
CLAPBOARDS, AND SPRUCE I.U.MIli:!!,
DOOUS.SASH, BUNDS, MOULD
INGS, 1IUACKKTS, WIN
DOW FRAMES Sc
Scroll Sawing of all kinds, Planing, Matching
and Glazing dono to order. Yard and Mill Cor
ner of Union and Furnnco Streets, near Freight
Depot, Ilutland, Vt. Mnylil.twain.
J W. KING,
Manufacturer nnd wholesale and retail dealer In
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, AND HOUSE FL'li
OK KVKltV llKSCBHTlON.
Fl'llNACK STKEET, llUTl.ANII, VT.
Orders by mall or otherwise promptly attend
ed to. myldlt
J. J. GUINDON,
11 L ACKSMI T II .
Particular attention paid to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted. Shop on
XVKST ST., NKAlt OUVEIt MA1UILE XVOUKS,
mnyld3ni UUTLANl), VT.
HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
OlUINlNM ANP DECOIIATINU, IK AM. STYLES.
Kalsomlntng and Hard Wood Finishing, Glazing
and mass Staining.
Martell's Now Building. Center Street,
Itutland, Vt, maylillin
LINCOLN IRON WOUKS.
MarbloMIll and Hoisting Machinery of tho
most Improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings and general ma
steel and Iron Wlro Itopo at Manufacturer's
Ilutland, Vt., May 1, 1S73. mayldtf
O. II. M () 11 E II O U s 1;
Opposite Central House, - - RUTLAND, Vt.
THE REST SEWING MACHINE IN
tho world. Wo havo tried them. Can bo
had at E. N. MERHIAM'S.
AH DWELL HOUSE.
C1IAMT0S !c B A L S II U II T
Tho RARDWELL HOUSE Is located opposite
tho Denot and has long been favorablv known
to Iho frnvollnir nubile. It has been recently
Improved, now affording tho best and most
amplo accommodation to guests.
Tho TABLE will bo supplied with nil tho
luxuries ui 1110 neuson, mm every nuciiiiou win
uo paiu 10 1110 comiori or us pairons.
In tho future, as In tho past, tho Proprietors
Intend to make It a llrst-class IIouso arrordlng
all tho comforts of a home to tho traveler. The
puuuo paironago is solicited.
A GOOD I.IVEHV In connection with tho
Attentive POUTERS will bo found at tho
Depot, on I ho arrival of all trains.
J. A. SAtsnuKV.
.1. W. UltAUTON,
FARMERS' H O T E L ,
Fheiout Stueet, . . RUTLAND, VT,
A FIRST CLASS
M E A T 31 A It K E T
IN HOTEL lIUlMllxa.
inuyldlin J. E. JOHNSON, FiionuBTOU.
.1 . W . V I H II lilt's
N E W DINING R O O M S ,
Central Houso Ulock, Merchants' Row,
"Warm Meals nerved at all hours of tho day
anil evening, inasldSm
J. F. STINSON'S
iulnn's Block, Opposite tho Depot,
RUTLAND, - - VERMONT.
Warm Moals served at all hours of tho day
and evening. inayldlw
NEW DINING HALL,
In rooms formerly occupied by J, W, Fisher.
KINGSLKY & HPRACIUE'H BLOCK,
WARM MEAII flUllVK
('jvomics and voviuioivs.
T ii T. C A DEN,
Wholesale nnd llelnll Dealers In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED FIIU1TS, PICKLES, AC,
AND f ANCV GOODS.
Alio, Dealers In
DltV HOODS, SHAWLS, DRESS GOODS,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, Ac, AC.
An assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Constantly on hand.
MAIL STEAM EltS TO AND
CITDItAFTS foil ANY AMOUNT OX THE
BANKS Of ENGLAND, IHELAND, SCOTLAND
COHNEIt FllEIOHT AND EVELYN STS.
BATTY'S N A II OH l'ICKLES,
Crosse k ltlackwell's Pickles, llnlford's
Worcestershire Sauce, Nabob Sauce, In fad
nearly nil kinds of English Pickles can bn found
nt D. W. MARSHALL'S
PRUNELLAS, PRUNES, ClIEltHIES,
1 Peaches, Illoekberrles, Itaspbcrrles.Plums
Huckleberries. Also, all kinds of fruits In cans,
hirsute at II. W. MARSHALL,
maj lilAv. ly Grove street, Itiitland, Vt.
I? LK HORN it MAGNOLIA FLOUR
U very choice, for sale nt
mayldAwly D. W. MAKSHAI.L'S'S.
rpEAS, from AO c ents In iJI.Mi :1si fresh
.. orouiiii I'ori'Ei;, nt
It. W. MARSHALL'S
Corner of Grove and West M.s.
1 8 fi '
S T O R E .
O L D II E D
anoau nn:s and j-jiovsioxs,
CHEAP roll CASH.
CHESTER KINGS LEY.
mayltf Merchants' How.
JOSEPH II. GUY,
S. HAYWARD k CO.,
GIIOCURIES, PROVISIONS, HAY' AND WOOD.
Wasiiixoton St., Rutlanp, Vt.
U L T O N 31 ARK E T,
DUNTON A- HAYWARD
All kinds of Meats, Fish, Vegetables and
Fruits In their season.
Klngsley & Sprague's Block, Merchants' Row.
PETER F. MoMANUS,
G ROC E R ,
And dealer In
No. 93 West St., RUTLAND, VT.
JIUSSEY, No. 11 Merchants'
Row. Groceries and Provisions.
WHOLESALE FRUIT DEPOT.
Tho Subscriber has mado trrrantrcmcnts to
rccclvo all kinds of
by tho car-load direct, from first hands In New
Y ork nnd Boston, and Is prepared lo till orders
from Dealers In nullum! and from on llio lines
of Railroads centering here, at mo lowest
ORANGES AND LEMONS
Repacked nnd Warranted ns represented.
I am also prepared to pay Iho highest cash
pneo lor I'oiaiocs 10 snip 10 .Maiivci.
E. !'. HITCHCOCK,
Onposllo tho Depot,
Wholcsalo dealer In
CALIFORNIA WINES AND BltANDY.
lUI'OKTEII ANII WHOLES UK UE'l.Elt
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
The attention of Town Agents, Phyblclan
nnd Druggist Is especially called to our wines.
ns they tiro unsurpassed for medical purpobes,
coming from ono of tho oldest xlncynrds In
California. All goods guaranteed pure and sat
Isfactory, or to bo returned nt my expense.
COHNEIt FRKiailT AND EVELYN, BTH.,
(Lnndon lluntoon's Block,)
Ilutland, Vt. myltf
MEN'S RUIIHER BOOTS, $3.75, at
O. W. CURltlEIt'M, No. 0, McrclumtH'
T ADIES' WHITE KID SLIPPERS, at
-- u. iv. vuhkikiib, 10. u, Merenanis' Row,
CU'IUNG STYLES OF FRENCH KID
Kr Hiioes, 1-1 to 1 0, at
. o. w. cuitiiiinm
Slippers, only II, at
UTLAND MARDLE COMPANY,
W lint.KHAI.K DKAI.KKS IN
II LOCK is SAWED MARI1LE.
()f.i:i:ir.s and mills,
.1. N. HAXTl'.ll, Supt. WEST RUTLAND, Vt.
All Iho grades of Rutland Marble, In the
shalwof slabs of various thicknesses required
for Furniture, Mantel, nnd Decorntlvo Woik, ns
well as Cemetery uses! nlso Cubic Stock for
Monumental nnd Building purposes, Including
liases, strips, and Posts, may bo found In our
ynrd at nil times.
Our oxIcnsUo nrrniigemcnls for the produc
tion of MnrluV. In Iho wny of liuarrjlng Ma
chinery, and Mills comprising thli ty-tno gangs
of saws, place us In position to supply llio
wants of the Trade. Wholesale and Retail
Dealers, : Builders, Furniture-Men, nnd gen
eral Manufacturers will llnd It lo their Interest
lo favor us with their orders.
RUTLAND MARBLE CO.
OLIVER MARIJLE AND GRANITE
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN MARIILE
TABLETS, FONTS, AC,
To order In any part of Iho United Slates wllh
out risk lo the purchaser.
All work executed by this Establishment Is
done In I he most Tuoiionm and autistic
So largo a proportion of our work Is now going
Into the city Cemeteries In successful competi
tion with the best city manufactures Hint our
products ore nsfatnousand conspicuous ror their
excellence, In Greenwood Cemetery of New
ork, Rural Cemetery of Philadelphia, nnd
many of tho Western Cities, as throughout Ver
mont. And we present the fact of our constant
ly Increasing business, Justllled by tho usifoum
excellence of our work during the past lUu
ears, ns the surest guaranty purchasers can
have of our faithfulness In the future.
. nt, t ,n ir nL'ivn TT'I1 o I 1 I1 I
UI'llVl IjXOIXI 1 OilUl-l.
TIIElli: Will. HE 01't.NEH AT
NO. !) MERCHANTS' HOW,
On or about May Sth, n large btock of
G EN E R A L M E ROD AN I) I S E ,
Which will be
H () I. D A T O I) S '
vi.ohi: our .i niTsi xhnh.
Full Particulars soon.
GEORGE W. CHAPLAIN, Jr.
Ruti.anp, April until.
A L L I N G F O R 1)
A. HILL & HON
Will open on Monday, May Mh, Iho now
suuj.sr.iir koo us
Oxer their More, xvhero will bo displayed nn
elegant stock of Pattern lints, Ribbons, Flow
ers, Frames, Hats, Ac. New York Goods at
Wnlllngford prices. Also Mens' anil Hoys' lints
Jiax ing eniargeu nnu improveu our
Wo shall open on tho same day, our Spring
MENS', I10VS' AND CIIII.DIIKNS' Sl'ITS.
('.in clvo a irood business suit for tin. nnd wo
limn n good lino of liner good. Elegant Coals
and Vesls and Nobby panis.sxvo nato remou
And enn now orfcr a full stock of ijidtcs'.Mlsses'
and Children's Shoes, Rubbers and Slli
Irs: also, Men's nnd Bojs'
Boots and Shoes.
Wo hax u a new lot of
CROC K E R Y
TOOpCllinlSO 111 huick, iciassniiie, nmunaiv,
uniMHe 'd and Flour. Wo can glvu Ihiibcsl
of bargains In
-TlKOCEltlEH AND FAMILY SUPPLIES.
Comn nnd get 8 lbs. of.lho best xvhttcsiigar for
11, and good Japan Tea for 07 cents. (N. n.- e
hav o some not us good for W cents.) Rut wo
cannot Jrtvo you a lfit of our goods or prices, so
you must cull on us and sco for yourselves.
A, HILL SON,
WALLING F O It I)
a Hin.nNnill T.OT OF NEW lilt AID
JA. ING DESIGNS, ulso ALPHABETS, Just to-
Outruns ami SJrutclvy.
T II E T H O U S A N I) S
THAT WIt.l. HEAP
THE RUTLAND GLOBE,
Allow us to say that
OUR S T O R E
IS 8TIM. ON
MERCHANTS' ROW, NEAR Till! REE-1I1VE.
V I N E W A T C II E S .
As Merchant Jewelers, wo proposo always to
bo posted and stocked with articles of
ARTISTIC AND INTRINSIC WORTH.
SOLID SILVER GOODS
From Goiham Co., always Sterling.
n t a it i'i, a r i: i wa n u s ,
CLOCKS, SPECTACLE, AC, AC
HEN K. CHASE As CO.
HA 1 LEY P ARM ENTERS
S I L V E,R S M I T II S.
Wn have the largest and best assortment of
Watches ever ollered In this market.
GOLD OH A INS.
In largo stiimlv. cinhraelmr evrrr -nrtetv of
slj lo desirable for Ladles' or Genllemeiis' wear.
.1 E W E L R Y ,
In rich abundance, nnd mora coming.
SII.YLH I'l.ATEII AND S1EEL, FOIl TA11I.E USE.
Our stock Is large, nnd wo sell nt low prices..
S I L V E R GOODS.
bti.vi:i: spoons of ouu own maniifaotchk.
ROOEI1S' IlIiOTHKIlS PLATED FOIiKS
Tea Sets, Castors, Ac, all tho best.
S P K C T A C I. K S
To lit those who cannot heo well.
A new thing without frames.
Call nnd see fur yourseUcs at
BAILEY AND PARM ENTERS,
17 Meuchants' now.
WATCHES CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFOIIU,
MARSHALL it CADY'S.
Who havo Just received a largo and elegant
stock, open eases with Hat glasses, In both
Swiss and American, key nnd stein winders.
NEW ASSORTMENT OF CHAIN'S,
GOLD SETS, RINGS, PINS, AC,
Solid silver nnd Silver Plated Ware.
A tlno lino of Black .Tmvclrv In horn nnil .let.
Call at tho old stand of Clark Bros. Marshall,
uuriiur juerinutiis uuw nun w esi sireei.
mayiunn Marshall & cady.
SON HAVE A NICE
WATCHES AND CHAINS,
JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SPECTACLES,
GUNS, CARTllIDGES, HASORS,
Wll.lll SIl.VKH AND SH.VKll I'l.ATEII WAKE.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY
Repaired In a workmanlike manner, nnd en
gnu lug executed neatly.
Our customers will llnd us over C. A. Park
hurst's store, up ouu Hlglit of stairs, xt hero our
rents coino cneau, ana wo can giro our puiron
tuo ueneui. oi u in our low prices.
Call und sco us at your earliest convenience
ADAMS AND SON,
NO. 31X MEIIC1IANT8' ROW, Ur STAHIS.
J. PRICHAHD, 1'KOrBlKTOii.
CHARCOAL PIG IRON,
l'lTTSroitD, VT. mnyldsm
Q.RAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL.
To bo held nt Iho
TOWN HALL, RUTLAND, VT.,
Commencing on Monday Kxc, May 12, nnd clos
ing Friday IHe., May in, ls"a, under the direc
tion ol the celebrated conductor
Mil. CARL ZEItHAlIN, of Rostov, Mass.
1'rcstdenl, John N. Baxter, Rutland, f. A.
Fisher, Sec. E. A. Morse, Trcas. George A.
Mlctikle, Musical Committee. On which occa
sion the following eminent nrtlsts, xxhoso repu
tation Is unrivaled, will appear.
Mmc. Jennie 'an ZxNDT.l'rlnia Donna, laleof
Hie Parcpa Rosa English Company.
Mmk .Ici.e DeRvthek, Soprano of Dr. chaplii's
Church, New York.
M. Fiianz HEMSiKinv, Baritone of Trinity
Church, New York.
Mil. W. 11. Fesseniien. Tennr i,f llin ll.iinn-
Mb. A. J. Pmi.i.ii'S, Tenor of Burlington.
Mil. Geo. A. Mietzkh ntul XI. H. V. Vnnnr.
Pianists. Prof. v.. II. Huii.ev. OnrnnWt. The
OERMANIA BAND, of Boston.
The I.kadimi MrstciANSof the Stale will also
THE LARGEST CHORUS
Ever assembled In Wnnont will render the
Choral music, In n stylo not excelled nt any
previous musical gatlieilng. On Friday after
noon, May 10th,
FIVE HUNDRED PUPILS OF THE PUBLIC
Will participate, nnd this. In connection with
Iho nppearance of thonillsts, will makooiioot
tho ple.isantest features of Iho festival.
THREE GRAND CONCERTS AND MATINEES,
On Wednesday, Thursday nnd Friday.
Lady II. Gentleman. 12. nilmltllng to Chorus
SINGLE SEASON TICKETS, $3.
Admitting to nil Rehearsals, Matinees and Con
Matinee tickets, r.o cts. Concert Tickets, ". els.
Matinees commence precisely nt 2 o'clock p.
xoneeris ai a p. in.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Sold cheap for cash, or on easv terms, wllh
mommy or ipi.irieriy installments.
EVERY INSTRUMENT WARRANTED.
Sent postpaid by mall to any part of the country
nil rorcipi ui uiu retail pin e.
ciimcn choiii, sinmni and nxv khooi.
burnished at publisher's lowest rates.
tr.l liberal discount to Schools. Music
Teachers and Clcrg men.
Solo agent In Rutland for Moffat's unrlwilcd
SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES,
of all kinds.
Warranted the best. Patented In England and
America, sent by man io any iiiiiiiess uy
J. 11. MEEKEll,
No. sr Merchants' How.
3IANOS AND ORGANS TO RENT
at E. N. MEIIIHAM'S.
Also lep.ilrlng and tuning.
MMIE PIANO SELECTED FOR USE
at Iho coming festival Is llio iilum.ii
BllOS. E. N. MEHIIIAM sells them.
ll.VXTER NATIONAL RANK,
I. IIENIIX' BAXTEII,
J. W, CltAMTON,
N. T. Sl'lUllUE, .III.
W, t'. DUN10N,
XV. C. LANDOX.
I'. W. PA11K,
1FO. j;. HOX'CE,
lEOIKIE R. BorruJi,
Made and remitted for at Lowest Urates.
INlEUKSr AU.0WE11 ON 1ISIB 11EI0SITS.
A general Ranking and Exchange business
II. HKNItV 1IAXTE11, l'rest. J, N.SlAXTKll, V, 1'I Cst
GE0HI1E R. HOTTL'M, CllSlllr.
Use Koiiiio's Palii-Kllllnir Magic OR.
' ( irurtu Wi! Charm,"
Safe lo Uso and delicious lo euro Colds.
Sato to uso and delicious lo euro Cramps.
Safe to uso and delicious to euro Catarrh.
Sato to uso nnd delicious to euro Contusions.
Sato to uso and delicious to euro Colic.
Safe to uso and delicious to euro Croup.
Safe to uso and delicious lo euro Coiikh.
I.'.ir Mnm 'I'limilt. mix HcllllO'.S MnglO Oil W Itll
water, and uso for gargling tho throat, and In
sovere. cases swnllio tho thioiit at bed tlma wil l
three or four llucKiiesses in iianuei ei nun
1110 JlaglC Oil. I II1S pitm-llin imumimi umi'
cult v. and cures Canker in tno inroai.
nioiiiucn, unu piuinuivo ,i,v.i,.u...
imnnn'a 1'nln.KllllllL' MnglO Oil Nelinilgl.l
ilcnne's Pnlii-Kllllng Maglo Oll-Rheiiiiiallsm.
Renno's rain-Kiiiing t .
Renne's Palii-KUIIng Maglo OH Chilblains.
Renno's Paln-Kllllng Magic Oll-Snralns.
Renno's Puln-IUIllug Magic o -1 eadache.
Renno's lMln-KUlIng .Xlugle oilTool haclie.
Urt mrrt oil i,l Iho trCllllltlC. Sold llV till llOll
estiuid iirosiierous ilrugglsls, mercliaiils and
grocers. Manufactured only by xM. Rl.NN
A SONS, Plltstleld, Mass.
rnAGS. Aru liavo now In stock niuissort.
X mcnt of Dcnnlson's Patent Dlrecllon
labels and Merchandise Tags, which xvo will
sell at manufacturer's pilces.
Wo havo also a good stock of " Phillip's Se
curltv Hook-Tucs." a very coincident and scr
xlccablo article for merchants. Among Its nil-
x'nntages are: (looils can bo moro readily mark.
edthiin by any other meansj tho tag Is so so
curely locked that It cannot becomo detached
from tho goods; no chanco of tho tag becoming
detached from tho hook: no points projecting
lo tear other goods or our lingers. They nro
safe, strong and cheap. Call and examlno
tlicm. GLOBE PAPER CO.
1DIOTURE FRAMING DONE WITH
. Neatness and Insle, nnd nt reasonublo
prices, some now and beautiful st) les Just re-
WlVl'dttt E, N, MEIIIHAM'S.
OF THE UNTED STATES,
Nf.W BUSINESS IN
Ixccedlng (hat of any oilier Company In tho
w orui oy
1 0 , 1) 7 a , a 0 -I .
Tho following Hoard of Oflleers has been or
ganized for the purposo of glxlng
Iloth to tho Society and Policy Holders
THAN ANY OTHER COMPANY HEPRE-
SENTHI IN VUUJ1U.M',
this i.arok and srcrEssrri. company
Is now placed In nearly Iho same relation lo Iho
people In this vicinity as that of a Homo Coin-
.OCAL ADVISORY HOARD OF DIRECTORS.
J. M. Haven,
Geo. R. bottuu,
O. U STISISON,
J. W. CllAMTON,
J. A. Siiei.noN,
N. L. Davis.
N. P. SIMONS,
A. MEAD. .XI. I)..
W. G. VEAZKV,
MASON & VAUGHN,
GENEHAl. AllENTS, RUTLAND, VT.
P.URNIIAM it TEMPLE.
We nro Agents for Mia follow ing first class
lie Insurance Companies.
Home, N. Y
Insurance of No. America, Phlla.
Phenlv, N. Y
These am tint best known of all tho companies
represented in uuiiaml, nmi since no nave
represented them they Imir uttl wrt vwnry lo
lie cili.eus in IMIU.IUU iiiiu tiiimij , .mi, ,i.
rids leconl m-oies their stability and Ihelr
willingness to pay all proper claims.
XVo eiiiillilentlv exneet a contlllllalice of the
liberal patronage which theso companies haxe
Wealsoivprcsint Iho Travelers I.lfoaiulAc
Ident Insurniice Cumpniiy. We give a better
and eliea'r iollcy than liny other Life com.
Call and see.
BURN1IAM A TEMPLE.
Ofllce, Opera House, Rutland, VI.
HARRY XX'. NYE'S
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY,
No. I, Mercliaiils' Row, Rctmnd, X't.
I EN ERA L A (1 T -ETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Flro Insurance Hi First Class Companies.
max lilt f
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, TOILET
ARTICLES, FANCY GOODS, INDIES'
BASKETS, ARTISTS' MATERIAL,
PAINTS, Oil, PAINTERS'
RUSH, WINDOW OLASS,
PUTTY, AC, A-C.
Ami tho best goods In my lino tho market
affords uro my siicclalttes. Prices reasonable,
in consiuerauon oi iiuamy.
if-pituscRllTIONS carefully and correctly
NO. 2 MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND.
yKRMONT HOARD OF EDUCATION,
Burlington, April, 1ST3.
Tho Annual Session of tho
T E A C II E 11 8' I N S T I T U T E
For Ruti-xnh county, xvlll bo hold In tho
vu.LAan ov if .1 Lhisa yoni),
Commencing on Monday, May 12, at S o'clock, p.
m., nnd closing on tho Friday follow Ing.
Competent und experienced Instructors and
Lecturers xvlll bo present, nnd assist In conclud
In tho exercises.
Tho day sessions of tho Institute will bo de
xoted to llio discussion and presentation of
methods ot organizing, classifying, governing,
mid teaching common schools.
A lecturo may bo expected each evening.
An examination for candidates for Slate Ccr
lllleates will bo held during Iho besslon of tho
superintendents aro repuested to notify every
teacher In their respective towns, unit lourgo
them lo bo present ut every session of tho Insll-
All friends of Education nro Invited lo attend.
Clergj men nro respect fully requested to give
notice of tho Institute, from their pulpits.
Free return tickets will b furnished lo all
who pay full faro on tho Rutland Railroad In
coming lo llio Institute,
JOHN II. FRENCH,
maysdi'wiw Secret nry.
Invites tho ladles to cull mid examlno a spl en
did assortment of
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED.
UlllllONS, LACK X'HILS AND IIA11IIIH,
Thread and Clulpuro Laces, Swiss Ties, Zephyr
nud Worsted Embroideries, Hamburg
Edgings, I'assamcnterles, Hair
Snitches nnd Curls,
And a full lino ot
LADIES' AND INFANTS' UNDERWEAR,
And many novelties too numerous to mention,
hc Jutland gaily (tflolic.
TUESpAY MORNING, MAY (I, 18711.
XYlilli liiill. lis I'msperls.
WiiiTEiiAt.f., May n, 187;t.
Editor Rutland Gtor.E :
Thu heavy Colitinhlails of Iho Troy, Al
hany nnd New Yolk press, aided by tho
Hank mid cross flrllij; of thu county lircs?,
has waited up our Mccpy ranal (illlclals at
last, making fair Killing fonts, ns far as tho
canal is concerned. Our sides liavo faiily
shaken with delight for a xxeck lo sec the
alacrity exhlhilcd liy the ofllcials, contrac
tors, and lal Mirers. Wli.it a revolution thu
press has produced in this stun t time.
Whitehall hreaths free once more we ac
lually greet each other xx llh a snillu xvlien
xxemcet. Our future looks au)iei(us
among other good things xo are to have,
in u few days, our telegraph connection
x itli Montreal doubled. The Atlantic and
Pacific Telegraph Uompany are to extend
their lino from Troy to Whitehall -will
put up their poles and one xvlre soon, nnd
another x h e xvlll be added hereafter. Tills
will necessitate additional xvlres by the
Our popular cx-rondtictor, Geo. Knights,
has purchased one half of the Messrs.
Hall's hotel property, and i.s to take the
position of "mine host " In n few days.
Ex-eonduetor John Campbell nnd O. S.
Hull of Salem, take Mr. Snyder's place in
the Marvin House at Saratoga.
Tho temperance, people hero on their
side of the question, are active and hopeful
haxe several strong organi.at!oiis,aiid are
encouraged by the marked chaugeln their fa
vor among the substantial business men of
the country. Among this class, there is one
llrm bote in paitlctilar, xvhich has among
its numerous employees eight 'jcrsons en
gaged hi ollico xvork, all of whomnrc ab
stemious lo the last degice, and this too,
mainly by the example and silent Inllticnee
of their superiors.
Everything looks piopltlous noxv for the
passage of Mr, Weed's bill for our ship
canal then you gentlemen of Rutland,
w itli your two dally papers, must look to
your laurels. An a-sociation formed by
somuof our spirited and xxeallhy citizens,
has about concluded a bargain for the pur
chase of the TiiMM establishment here, to
lie placed In charge of Mr.Wilklus (Hiram
Green) as chief editor and manager. Mr.
Wilkhis says not n paper xvlll be struck off
until it is' done upon a power press. The
paper is to be enlarged, nexv type and new
presses to be added, together with a calorie
engine of ten lior.-e power, etc. As to its
future politics it i.s not quite sure that It
w ill adhcie to old jiarty names, but rather,
that hi the disintegration of parties which
is likely to cn.-ue. Mr. Wilkins xvlll sim
ply be found on the side which battles for
the right principle, with him being every
thing, names nothing.
In the near future, xe aie to have ves
sels here from the great lakes of a thousand
tons liiirilen. This will make it n necessity
for Rutland to haxe the much talked of
canal built from there to Whitehall, thus
enabling her to ship her iminenso product
of slate and inaible, to eight of tho West
ern States and tho Canadas delivering it
at their xcry doors at a low rale of freight,
and without transhipment and in return,
supplying Rutland and all the country
roundabout, xvilli Hour, grain, pork, lum
ber, etc., at a cost nexer beforu known.
This is not visionary, there are those of
this generation noxv considerably advanced
in years, who will live to see It all. Go
ahead then, -Messrs. Rutlandors, and tap
our ship canal that it lo h; mid make for
your beautiful town a name and n place in
Divi'iiicr oi' t'.iiiiii.ivii.v.
I Ion. .1. 1!. Rnoxti.KY, Judge.
IIkxhy L. Clark, Register.
Summary of business for the month of
April t. Solomon J. Dewey's estate,
Poultney. Charlotte Dewey appointed
administratrix. llond $1,000. Haines
Fiisbie and Joseph V. Morse apprai-crs
April'tli. PaulM. Ross' estate, Poult
ney. License granted to sell real estate.
Ilattie E., Julia A., and Ida Jennings
minor children of Sumner Jennings, de
ceased. Stephen J. Hradlcy appointed
trustco under llio xvlll of Justin Jennings,
Justin Jennings' estate, Ilubbardtoii.
Will proved, Cyrus Jennings and Chand
ler L. Johnson executors.
April 10W. Samuel N. Conch's estate,
Castleton. Harry Armstrong administra
tor, llond $1,000. J. P. Glddings and C.
S. Proctor appraisers and commissioners.
April 10W. Matthew nnd li.ivtholemew
Smith, minors, Castleton. ElUabolh Smith
appointed guardian. Iloud iJSOO.
.l;ri(21(. Martha A and Frank D.
Ilulett, minors, Paw let. License granted
to sell real estate.
lluldah Whltlock, Hubliardton, an In
sane person. David H.uboo appointed
Deborah Pond's cslate, Poultney. Ac
count of F, Ruggles lulni'ml.strator, render
ed. Deereo of distribution made.
Sumner Jennings' estate, ilubbardtoii.
Account of M. C. Rice administrator, ren
dered. Order of dividend to creditors
April 28M. S. K. ll.ichcldcr, minor,
Poultney. Harvey Rowe guardian,
April 85i. Henry A. Norton's estate,
Ueuson. Cornelia S. Not ton administra
trix, llond trll.OOO. R. O. Abell nnd .I.S.
Grlswold appraisers and commissioners.
Liqroi: Piioskoiiuons. Our usually so
ber locality was thrown Into quite a fexer
last week by thu prosecution of tho propri
etors of the two lcudimr hotels tho Stevens
and Franklin houses. Rumor had It that a
formidable array of subpn'tias were placed
In the nanus oi ueiimy oiicrm laiiiiiuu,
Hn that ns It inav. tlierti was a general fcke-
daddllng of young bucks who sometimes
Incllnu to moisten, and more people xvcro
seen nt tho depot or dow n by tho Curlow
than expected lo leave town by either con
vcyauce. One gentleman had to ho per
suaded hard before he would appear in
court before Hon. J. E. Rolierls, Thu
story goes that tho swearing In wi" hi
stances was quite as haul as even nmi
thinking xvoiil i ) isllfy. In the of case the
Franklin the proprietor acknowledged a
violation of the law without reference to
testimony, and paid Ids line. The result
In the case of the Stevens House was the
same In effect, although not arrived nt tin.
til after the examination of witnesses.
Terrible Slliinlloii or a Child-A Jul
The Kiirllngton 'Vr l'rci, of Monday,
gives the follow lng thrilling account of the
rescue of a child from a perilous situation
A little boy, aged two years, belonging
lo Mr. Thomas Mann, living on King
strccl, between Church and Sliclbtirn. Sun
day forenoon, succeeded in climbing to the
top of an old ladder, twenty-seven feet
high, standing against a building exactly
on tho brink of the deep gully at that
mint, fully llfty feet deep. The child had
reached the last round xvhen Its perilous
condition was observed by Its grandmother,
who nt once gave the alarm, (the parents
being from home at the time,) and Mr, P.
Gallagher, builder, and near neighbor, xvas
soon on the spot. On taking a survey of
tho situation, Mr. G. found, in order to
rescue the child nlive, he would be obliged
to xvork with great million. He found the
top end of the ladder was xvitliln but a few
Inches of the edge of the building, nnd at
the bottom the side-piece nearest the edge
was actually resting on nothing, the earth
having been washed away. To ascend the
ladder In the ordinary xvay, Mr. Gallagher
saxv xx-as out of the question, ns any move
ment by him, or even the child, would in
all probability, "cant" the ladder over,
nnd all xxould be precipitated into the gully
licloxv, a distance of seventy-seven feet.
Mr. G. then commenced a cat-like ascent,
craw ling as gently as possible up on the
side-piece xihlch had a firm foothold on the
ground. When near the lop, the child ob
served hhn and began to scream ; he spoke
gently to htm, and told him to look up at a
bird. While doing as directed, the Utile
fellow was genllv but thinly grasped, and
Mr. G xith his liny load, made ills de
scent in the same manner no xvent up.
Considering the location and the condition
of the ladder, one cannot but look upon
the rescue ot the little boy as m most mirac
ulous. Mr. Gallagher says ho has been up
ladders and upon buildings of every height
for the pa.-t twenty-live years or more, but
lie never undertook to iiscend a ladder with
so much doubt and fear as to the result as
In the instance above recorded. The joy
and gratitude of the parents for the gallant
rescue of their child can bettter lie imag
incd than described.
From Hie Randolph Eagle.)
i-. ;igc nuifoii i.riicr on
Ina icccnt letter I incidentally remarked
that I did not wish to bo longer recognized
as a sphitualist ; that spiritualism is dead,
that shakcrisni i.s dead, etc. Some of my
friends are unjustly alarmed and seem to
think It strange that I could say this. I do
not mean that truth is dead, or that there
is no truth hi spiritualism ; but 1 do mean
that there is much attributed to spiritualists
as such that it i.s not believed or sustained
by many who have sometime, and may be
now, known as spiritualists. 1 embraced
spiritualism and advocated It, because It
taught me a pure philosophy, and harmon
ized religion xxlth reason and science: I
embraced it because it taught a universal
brotherhood, and charity for all. If so un
derstood I embrace it now and ever shall.
Hut to many minds spiritualism stands for
law lessncss and lust. I have not so accept
cd it and do not now. There Is a great
diveislty of opinions upon many subjects
connected more or less, with spiritualism.
I do not xx isli to be made responsible for
opinions 1 do not cnlcilaiu ; nor do 1 xvisli
to have my usefulness curtailed by blindly
adhering to a name, which lias had a slg
nlllcance In the win Id's history, accomp
lished u purpose nnd may be perpetuated:
but I do not expect it.
I do not deny my belief In angel minis
tration; aptescnt and living inspiration:
but I do deny that It is eoutlncd lo those
called spiritualists. 1 do not deny that sit
pcrlor intelligence is often gixen to the
xvlse and good by messengers ot the Infinite
Father; but I do deny that a huge portion
of those called spirit media aie in any xvise
reliable. 'Tis not lo wound my friends or
conceal my sentiments, that I discard the
name of spiritualist; but it Is to strike thu
fetters from my hands and leave me free lo
xvork heailily and honestly with all philan
thropists ; it is to broaden my charity and
open my soul to those w ho may perish or
sulfer for lack of my assistance. With
giHxl will to all and enmity to none 1 re
vere the name of Liberty.
Geo. Drno.v, M. D.
;corgo Idiot's l'vrsomil Appearance.
That George Eliot is what she thus re
veals herself to be, probably only few of
our readers know. With a nature kccnlj
alive to the charms of physical beauty in
all its forms, and a great capacity of loving
as woman loves man, and of being loved as
woman loves to lie loved ol man, sue is so
unfortunate in her personal appearance
that she will not allow her photograph to
bo given to the world, even it sho has con
sented to have it taken. Her face lacks
even that charm which is sometimes given
to tho ugliest features bv an expression of
intelligence or kindliness. Nor is the gen
tlenun Mr. George Lewes w hose name
sho bears through the courtesy of her
friends, xvithout having a legal claim to it,
a much more attractive person than her
self, while his maimer Is said to be ns for
bidding us his face. These nro the condi
tions of her life here, nnd to these she adds
despair of happiness; or recompense to man
licyond the grave. Surely here is enough
to account for no little of that gloom and
deep bitterness which is dilluscd over all
she xx rites grcat-souled woman although
she plainly Is. And here we notice nic
lnaruablo coincidence that llio two great
est living novelists, ono in English and the
other In Fiench literature, as two women
xvho came lieforo the world xx 1th tho male
pseudonyme of George, xxhleli they have
both retained through all their several ca
reers; that both are xx ltliout tho consola
Hon of religions faith ; that they have both
had bitter experience in their sexual rein
lions, and have "learned hi sorrow what
they taught In song ;" nnd that lsith have
In those relations not according to tho
statute in such case made and provided.
Let us add, however, that in the case ol'
tho lady known as George Eliot, Miss
Evans and Mrs. Lewes, It is admitted on
till hands that, notwithstanding her lack, of
legal claim to tho recognition of a w ife, no
one would have ono whit more real respect
for her If sho had Itcon married by llio
archbishop of Cantcibury In Westminster
Abliey. 11. O. Whitt, in the (Irttphie.
Yk Oi.dbn Timks in Ykieoennks. In
Spooner's Windsor Journal of Novemlicr
4th, 1703, we flud tho follmvlng expressive
Old Major Hill Gootlrieh
Iuforms his friends and the public in gen
eral, that ho Is vet on tho sod, and opened
n PU11LIO HOiJSE, luYi:nnKNM:sj where
ho keeps wherewithal to quench thirst nnd
kill hunger, for man nud beast at the
sign of the Square and Cdoijw at the head
of tho Main-street.
mVt""1 E. N. MEHUIAM'S.
o. w. cunitiuitw.