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VOL. I. "...NO. C.
WITI.E A; 110ADI.EY,
Manufacturers of nil kinds of
CHACKHUH, 11IIEA1) AND CAKES.
our goods are manufactured from the choicest
select Grades (if Flour, uml as Hoadley knows
Just how to make them, there will bo ho doubt
In obtaining a good selection.
Particular attention to Manufacturing Frost
ing and Ornamenting
In tho neatest style. All orders promptly nt
tended to. .t. s. TUTTLE,
I .1. HOADl.KV,
No. S3 West St., Ittitlaiid, Vt.
t!7"S'arm llrown Hrend every morning, and
Sunday morning from 0 until 0 o'clock, myliuim
SHOW CASKS, COHNEH, CLOCK
and Mantle Shelves inado to order, with
Plain or Moulded edges. 11HACK KT8 sawed In
different styles at DEAHBOHN'S
XTEW MOULDINGS FOR riCTUHE
-Ll Framing, Chromos. Lithographs, and
Engravings at DEARBORN'S
nUltTAIN CORNICES OF BLACK
J Walnut, or all Ollt, made to order. Cur
tain Rings, Tassels and Cords. DEAHUORN'S
EARBORN IS AGENT FOR GAUD
NEK'S rerforatwl Chair Seat, forronoval
lng over Cad-Flag or Hush bottom chairs.
Plcoso to call and see them.
proyo. mock ....... RUTLAND, Vt.
RUTLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SKAT CHAIRS, BED
STEADS AND CHAIR STOCK.
Corner of West nnd Forest Sts,
I.. Atwood, Agt. a. C. RraaiEs, Trcas.
O. T. C R O 8 S,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer In
FINISHING LUMBER, 8HINM.F.S, LATH,
ibAi'jfUAiuJs, Am' ruui;K l.iiiu ou.it,
DOORS, SABH, BLINDS, MOULD
INGS, BHACKKT8, WIN
DOW FRAMES A:
Scroll Sawing ot all kinds, Planing, Matching
ana uiazintr none io oraer. l aru nnu .tun cor
ner of Union and Furnace Streets, near Freight
Depot, itutiana, vt. jnayiuswuii.
Manufacturer and wholesale and retail dealer In
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
MOULDINGS, BRACKETS. AND HOUSE FUR
OF KYKKY iiKscutrnox.
FUUNACE STBBKT, RUTLAND, VT.
Orders by mall or othcnvlso promptly atu-nd-
cu to. iiiyiuu
J. J. GUINDON,
Particular attention paid to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted. Shop on
WEST ST., NEAR OLIVEIl MAltBLE WOIIES,
mayldSm RUTLAND, VT.
HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
GllAINIxa AND DECOHATIKO, IN ALL STYLES.
Kalsomlnlng and Hard Wood Finishing, Glazing
ana uiass staining.
Marlell'a New Bulldlnsr. Center Street.
Rutland, Vt. mayldlm
LINCOLN IRON WORKS.
Marblo Mill and Hoisting Machinery of tho
most Improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings anu general ma
steel and Iron Wlro Rope nt Manufacturer's
Rutland, Vt., May l, 1S73. mayldtf
O. II. MOREHOUSE,
Opposlto Central Houso - - RUTLAND, Vt.
THE BEST SEWING MACHINE IN
the world. We liavo tried them. Can be
uaa ut e. n. mekhiam's.
gaMs ana gtotog grants.
C It A M T O N A HALSBUIIY
Tho BARDWELL HOUSE is located opposlto
tho Denot nnd hiEi tori'- been favorably known
to tho traveling public. It has been recently
Improved, now uffordlng tho best and most
umpio accommodation to guests.
Tho TABLE will bo supplied with nil tho
luxuries ot the Season, and every attention will
uu paiu to ine comiort oi us pairuns.
In tho f uturo, as In tlio past, tho Proprietors
Intend to make It a lirstvclass House affording
all tho comforts ot a homo to tho traveler. Tho
public patronage is solicited.
A GOOD LIVERY In connection with tho
Attentive PORTERS will bo found at tho
Depot, on tho arrival ot all trains.
u. n. uitiiniN.
J. A. Salsbuhy.
FiiBiattT Street, - - RUTLAND, VT.
A FIRST CLASS
MEAT MA R K E T
IN HOTEL IlUIl.niNfl.
mnyldSm ' J. E. JOHNSON, Phopiiietoii.
J. W. FISHER'S
NEW DINING ROOMS,
Central Houso Block, Merchants' Row,
Warm Meals served at all hours of the day
iiiw evening, masiium
' J. F. STINSON'S
Q,utnn's Block, Opposite tho Depot,
RUTLAND, - - VERMONT.
Warm Meals Bcrvcd at oil hours of tho day
nnu uvi-iiiiiu. uiayiutw
NEW DINING HALL,
In rooms formerly occupied by J, W. Fisher.
KINGSLEY A SPRAGUE'S BLOCK,
MUAU BEIITEU AT ALL 1I0U1I3.
ffivnrcviw and igrovlslons.
Jc T. 0 A 1) E N
Wholesale and Itetnll Dealers In
OROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
canned ritriTs, pickles, at.,
and fancy coods.
Also, Dealers In
imv goods, shawls, DitnsH noons,
1IOSIH11Y, (l!.OVi:s, Ac, AC.
An assortment ot
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Constantly on hand.
AGENTS FOIt MAIL STEAM EliS TO AND
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT ON THE
BANKS OF ENGLAND, IIIELAND, SCOTLAND
COUNlilt FREIGHT AND EVELYN STS.
"DATTY'S NABOB 1MCKM2S,
.IJ Crosso A ltlackwell's I'lckles, Halford'.s
Worcestershire sauce. Nabob Sauce, In fact
nearly all kinds ot English Pickles can bo found
at i. w. .UAioiiAi.i.n
T)RUNEI,LAS. PRUNES. CHERRIES.
X Peaches, Illoekberrles, HaspberiIe.s,Plums
Huckleberries. Also, an kinds ot fruits in cans,
torsaiuat n. w. jw.iiMi.i.i-
mayldAwly Orovo street, Rutland, vt.
HORN & MAGNOLIA FLOUR
verv choice, for sale nt
raayldA'Wly 11. W. MAHSIIALL'S'S.
rM2AS, from no rents to $1.75; alio fresh
jl. urounti cui'i'iii-;, at
II. W. MARSHALL'S
mayldAwly Corner ot Orovo nnd West Sts.
S T O R K .
O L I) R E I)
OnoOKUTliS AX1) VJIOVIMOA'S,
CHEAP FOIl CASH.
inayllf Mihiciunts' Row.
JOSEPH II. GUY,
R. HAYWARD A CO.,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HAY AND WOOD.
Washington St., Rutland, Vt.
L T O N MARK E T,
DUNTON A HAYWARD
All kinds of Meats. Fish. Verctablcs nnd
runs in meir season.
Klngslcy A Sprague's Block, Merchants Row.
PETER F. MoMANUS,
And dealer In
No. 83 West St., RUTLAND, VT.
XT B. MUSSEY, No. 11 Merchants'
T T row. Groceries anu provisions.
HOLESALE FRUIT DEPOT.
Tho Subscriber has made nrranrements to
rccelvo all kinds ot
Iiy tho car-load direct from Ilrst hands In Now
UIIU IMIilMJII, U1IU in JPILIMIVll W I". .'.WW n
from Dealers In Rutland anil from on tho lines
of Railroads centering here, at the Lowest
ORANGES AND LEMONS
Repacked nnd Warranted ns represented.
I am also prepared to pay tho highest cash
price for Potatoes to ship to Market.
E. r. HITCHCOCK,
Opposlto tho Depot,
Wholcsalo dealer In
CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDY.
lUI'OKTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
Tho attention ot Town Agents, Phytlcians
and Druggists Is especially called to our wines,
as they nru unsurpassed tor medical purposes.
coming from ono of tho oldest vineyards in
California. All goods guaranteed pure and sat
isfactory, or to bo returned ut my expense.
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN, BT8
(Landon A Iluntoon's Block,)
Rutland, Vt. myltf
ATEN'S RUBBER BOOTS, 3.75, nt
-LTJ, O. V. CUIlllIfcllB, f(0. o, Murcuuuur
T ADIE8' WHITE KID SLIPPERS, nt
ju o. w. cuRiiiEii's, No. o, iicrcuanis- mow.
CJPRING STYLES OF FRENCH KID
KJ Shoes, js to W, at
O. W, CUllllll.11.1.
Slippers, only Jl, at
UTLAND MARBLE COMPANY,
WIIOt.KSAI.K DKAI.EIiS IN
B L O C 1C & S A W El) M A R B L E.
qUAlMIIKS AND MILL,
,1. N. 1IAXTEH, Supt. WEST RUTLAND, Vt.
All Mm irrmlpg of Rutland Marble. In the
shape of slabs of various thicknesses required
for Furniture, Mantel, and Decorntlvo Vt ork, as
wellns Cemetery uses; also Cubic Stock for
Monumental and Building puriwsos. Including
liases, Strips, and Posts, may bo found In our
ynrd nt all I lines.
our extensive arrangements for tho produc
tion of Mnrble. In tho way of (Marrying Ma-
ehlnery, nnd Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
of saws, placo us In position to supply tho
wants of the Trade. Wholcsalo nnd Itetnll
Denlers, Builders, Furniture-Men, and gen
eral Manufacturers will llnd It to their Interest
to rnvor us wiin tueir orucrs.
RUTLAND MARBLE CO.
MVER MARBLE AND GRANITE
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN MARBLE
TABLETS, FONTS, AC,
To order In nny part of the United States with
out risk to the purchaser.
All work executed by this Establishment is
done In 1 lie most tiiokovoh nnd autistic
So largo a proportion of our work Is now going
Into the City Cemeteries In successful competi
tion with tho best clly manufactures that our
products are as famous and conspicuous for their
excellence, In Greenwood Cemetery ot New
York, Rural Cemetery of Philadelphia, nnd
many ot the, Western Cities, ns throughout Ver
mont. And we present tho fact of our constant
ly Increasing business, Justlllcd by tho unifoum
excellence of our work during the past nvo
years, as the surest guaranty purchasers can
have of our faithfulness In tho future,
REAT CLOSING OUT SALE!
TI1E11E WILL UK OPENED AT
NO. 0 MERCHANTS' ROW,
On or about May stli, n largo stock of
Which will bo
SOLD A T COS'
CLOUli OUT A nirsrxvsH.
Full Particulars soon.
GEORGE W. CHAPLAIN, .lit.,
RUTLAND, April 50th.
A L L I N G F O R D
A. HILL A HON
Will open on Monday, May 6th, tho now
Over their Moro, whero will bo displayed an
elegant slock ot Pattern Ruts, Ribbons, Flow
ers. Frames. Hats. Ac. Now York Goods at
Walllngford prices. Also Mens' ana Hoys' lints
Having cniargcu anu improveu our
Wo shall open on the snmo day, our Spring
MENS'. BOYS' AND CIHLD11EN3 SUITS.
Can L'ivo a L'ood business suit for 10. and wo
hao u good lino ot liner good. Elegant Coals
and vesta nnu Nouuy ranis.svi o nave remoti
And can now offer a full slock of Ladles'.Mlsses1
uml I'lillilrcn's Shoes, iiuoDers nun niu
mis: also, Men's and Buys'
Boots nnd Shoes.
CROC IC E R Y
To open: also In stock, Glassware, Hardware,
Grass Seed and Flour. Wu cun gtvo tho best
of bargains In
"TmoCERIES AND FAMILY SUIU'LIES.
Como mid get 8 lbs. ottho best whltcSugar for
tl, and good Japnn Tea for 01 cents. (N. 1. o
havo koiiio not as good for W cents.) But we
cannot glo you a list of our goods or prices, so
you must call on us and sou for yourselves.
W A L h I N
a f o
A SPLENDID LOT OF NEW BRAID
I Nil DESIGNS, also ALPHABETS, Just re
KUTLAND, VT., WED
WatttW and 2Jfwrtry.T
THE T II O U 8 A N D8
THAT WILL HEAP
THE RUTLAND GLOBE, v
Allow us to say that
OUR S T O R E
IS STILL ON
MKItCHANTS' ROW, NEAR THE BKK-IIIVR.
As Merchant Jowclors. wo uronoso always to
be posted nnd stocked with articles of
ARTISTIC AND INTRINSIC WORTH.
SOLID SILVER GOODS
From Gorhaiu tc Co., always Sterling.
r u ir v i, a r f, j wa it ks,
CLOCKS, SPECTACLE, AC, AC
CHASE & CO.
BAIL E Y & P A R M E N T F, R S
H Hi V E R S M I T H S .
Wo havo tho largest and best assortment of
Watches cter offered In Hits market.
In largo supply, embracing cverv variety of
sty lo Ursl ruble for Indies' or Gentlemens' wear.
.1 E W E L R Y ,
In rich abundance, nnd moro coming.
SII.VEH PLATED AND 8TBEI, FOR TABLE USE,
.Our.stock,is.large,andvp sejl at low prices.
BIl.VKl: Sl'OONS OF OUIt OWN MANUFACTURE.
ROGERS' BROTHERS TLATED FORKS
Tea Sets, Castors, Ac., all tho best.
To fit ihoso who cannot seo well.
A lew thing without frames. Very desirable.
Call and see tor yourselves at
BAILEY AND FARM ENTERS,
IT Merchants' now.
OOD NEWS !
WATCHES CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE,
MARSHALL & CADY'S.
Who havo Just rocelved u largo Mid elegant
stock, open cases with flat glasis, In both
Swiss and American, key and stum winders.
NEW ASSORTMENT OF CHAINS,
GOLD SETS, RINGS, PINS, AC
solid Sllrer and Silver Plated Ware.
AIliio lino ot Black Jewelry In horn nnd Jet,
Call at the old stand of Clark Bros. A Marshall,
corner jnercminu)' now and west street,
mayldjm MARSHALL A CADY,
SON HAVE A NICE
WATCHES AND CHAINS,
JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SPECTACLES,
GUNS, CARTRIDGES, RASORS,
SOLID SILVER AND Sll.VUIt FLATKD WAUE.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY
Repaired In a workmanllko manner, and on
gruvlng executed neatly.
Our customers win iinil ns over c. A. Park,
hurst's store.up one night of stairs, where our
rents como cheap, and wo can giro our patrons
tuu uuiiuiiv ui ib iu uur iuw prices.
Call nnd seo us at your earliest convenience
ADAMS AND SON,
No. Dltf Merchants' Row, Uf Stairs.
j, riiiciiAitn, ritorxuTOR.
CHARCOAL l'ld IRON,
PmwoitD, VT. mayldJin
MOHNING, MAY 7,
Q.RAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL.
To bo held at the
TOWN HALL, RUTLAND, VT.,
Cnmmpiirttie nil Mnlnlnv
Ing Friday Eve.. May 16, 1SJ3, under the dliec-
lion oi me ccieoraieu conductor
Mil. CARL ZKHKAIIN, of Boston, Mass.
President. John N. B.ixter. Rutland. 1'. A.
Fisher, See. E. A. Morse, Treas. George A.
.Ill.ir IWl, .WM-Ut 111 VUllllllllM i- m 1, JI1V.II .JVUII- I
slon the following eminent nrtlsts, whoso repu-
iiiiiuu is uurmiicu, win npjiear.
Mine. Jennie Van ZANnT.Prlma Donna, lnteof
tho l'arcpa Rosa English Company.
Mjie Jri.E DeRvtiieii. Sonrnno of Dr. Chanln's
Liiurcii, ew lorh.
M. Fiianz Remjieutz, Baritone of Trinity
Church, New York.
Mil W. It. FESSKNlinN. Tehnr nf tlin llnrim.
Mn. A. J. riiit.i.trs, Tenor ot Burlington.
Mn. Geo. A. MIET7KE and Mn. S. C. Mooiie.
Pianists. Prof. E. II. Hioi.ev. orirunLst. The
GERMANIA BAND, of Boston.
The Leaiuno MrstcHNSof the State will also
THE LARGEST CHORUS
Ever assembled In Vermont will render the
Chornl music. In a Rtylo not excelled ntnny
pro lous musical gathering, on Friday after
noon, May icth,
FIVE HUNDRED PUPILS OF THE PUBLIC
Will narllclnate. nnd Ihls. In eonnert ton with
the appearance of tho artists, will make one of
me piensaiuest rcaiures ot ine festival.
THREE GRAND CONCERTS AND MATINEES,
On Wednesday, Thursday nnd Friday.
Lady II, Gentleman, $5, ndinllllng lo Chorus
SINGLE SllASON TICKETS, IX
Admitting to nil Rehearsals, Matinees and Con
certs. Matlneo tickets, wicts. Concert Tickets, "sets.
Matinees eomnieneo precisely nt 2f o'clock p.
m. Concerts nt s p. in.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Sold cheap for cash, or on easy terms, with
mommy 'or quarterly lnsiaiiinenis.
EVERY INSTRUMENT WARRANTED.
Sent postpaid by mall to nny part of the country
on rti.eiiii.oi lilt; it'iun 'iitf.
CllUI'.CIt CIIOIll, S llir.ATl! AND P Y PcnOOL
Furnished nt publisher's lowest rates.
Sir A liberal discount to
Teachers and Clergymen.
Solo agent In Rutland for MotT.it's unrivaled
SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES,
of all kinds.
Warranted tho best. Patented In England and
America, sent ny man 10 any numoss uy
.1. 11. MEEKER,
myldlt No. 23 Merchants' Row.
3IAN0S AND OliGANS TO RENT
at E. N. MERUIAM'S.
Also repairing nnd tuning.
rPHE PIANO SELECTED FOR USE
nt tho coming Festival Is tlio HliCKLit
1111U9. Li. iN. iur.ltlUAl sens liieiu.
BAXTER NATIONAL BANK,
II. Henry Baxter,
H. F. Loninoi',
.1. W. CllAllTON.
N. T. Sl'RAOUK, JR.
,1. it. JlAXTKlt,
T. W. PARK.
W. C. DUNTON,
W. C, IUNDON,
GEO. E. ROVCE,
GEOIKIE R. IIOTTUU,
Mado nnd remitted for at lowest Rrnles.
INTEREST AIXOWED ON TIME DEI'OSITS.
A ccneral Banking and Exchango business
H. Henry Baxter, Prcst. J. N. Baxter, V. Prest,
OEOiioii R. Bottum, Cashlr.
Use, Rcimo's l'alu-Killl ny Magic OIL
Hafo to uso and delicious to euro Colds.
Safe to use anil delicious lo curu Crumps.
Kiifft tn uso mul ilellc Urns to cum Catarrh.
Safo to uso nnd delicious to curu Contusions.
Safe to uso nnu ueiicious 10 euro uuue.
Sato to uso nnd delicious: to euro Croup.
Safe to uso and delicious to euro Cough.
For Knrn Throat, mix Reniio's Made Oil Willi
water, and usu for gargling the, throat, and In
aeveru cases swathe tho throat at bedtime with
three nr four llileunesses tit minuet wei, wuu
tho Mado OIL This prevents bronchial dtni-
culty, and cures canker Hi the Tiiroat
niOIIiaCIl, UIIU JUUUlun-nuiHtntiwu,
lieiiiiri'a l'atn.Kllllnir MnL'IC Oil Neuralnla.
Henna's Paln-Kllllng Magic Oil Rheuinatlsiii.
Reniio's Pain-Kiiung single on nciauea.
Renne's Paln-Klllliig Maglo Oil Chilblains.
ifniinit'H Piiiti.tcitllni? MaLrte Oil Snralns.
iteiiiie'H Palii-Klllluir Muu'lo Oil Headache.
Reniio's Paln-Kllllng Maglo oil TiKthaehe.
lin suro and L-et tho genuine. Sold by all lion.
est nnd prosperous diugglsls, merchants nnd
grocers. Manufactured only by WM, RENNE
& SONS, t liisueiu, jniiss.
nAAQS. Wo havo now In stock an assort-
X ment of Dennlson's Patent Direction
Labels and Merchandise Tags, which wo will
sell at manufacturer's prices.
We havo also a good stock of " Phillip's Se
curity Hook-Tags," a very convenient and ser
viceable nrtlclo tor merchants. Among its ad
vantages are: Goods can bo moro readily mark-
ed than by any other means; tho tag Is bo se
curely locked that It cannot becouio detached
from tho goods; no chance of tho tug becoming
detached from tlio hook; no points projecting
to tear other goods or your lingers. They nro
safe, strong nnd cheap. Call and cxamtno
them. GLOBE PAPER CO.
"nifiTtlRE FRAMING DONE AV1TH
X Neatness and taste, and at reasonable,
prices. Homo new una oeauiuui uiyics jusi iv
mU'U"1 E. N, MERUIAM'S.
OF THE UNTED STATUS.
NEW BUSINESS IN
Exceeding that of nny other Company in tho
The followlne Board ot Ofilccrs has been or-
gcnlzcil for Hie purpose of giving
Bolli lo tho Society nnd Policy Holders
THAN ANY OTHER COMPANY REPRE-
SISNTKU liS V1C1CMUNT.
THIS I.A1UIK AND srCCKSSFIIt, COMPANY
Is now tilaceil In nearly the samo relation lo the
people In this vicinity ns that of ti Homo Com
LOCAL ADVISORY BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
J. N. Baxter,
J. M. HAVEN,
Geo. It. Bottum,
C L. ST1MSON,
J. W. CllAUTOX,
J. A. KlIKI.liov,
N. L. Davis.
N. P. SIMONS.
.1. A. MKAli. M. D.,
"ll KHTKIl KINIISLEV,
Vt. 11, VEAZEV,
MASON & VAUGHN,
General Aoents, Rutland, Vt.
HUUNHAM ir. TEMPLE.
Wo nro Asrcnts for tho following Ilrst class
Fire insurance companies.
Home, N. Y., " 4,oo,o(io
llnvnl " lO.UOO.IKW
Hartford " 4,2.w,ix)
Insurance of No. America, Phlla. " a.sso.ooo
Franklin " ,4ii,"uti
Phcnlx.N.Y " ,ooo,noo
Phoenix, Hartford " l,coo,i)oi)
Spriugtleld. " 1,000,000
National. Hartford " 800,000
Thcso are tho best known of all tho companies
represented in jtuiianu, anu since -we uatu
1 l"UI l-nt-IIIA.lt 111 JltlllUlltl, UUU ni.IVU u.b
HiliNiumirn lham llinv Iniu tutt.i unr ,ii,i tn
Ul'u citizens of Rutland and vicinity than all
other ci,,uwmM combtnta.
This record Droves their stability and their
willingness 10 pay an proiier ciaiuis.
Wn rnnllilentlv exnect a contlnuanco ot tlio
llljcrnl patronage which these companies have
We also represent tho Travelers Life and Ac
cident Insurance company. We gho abetter
and cheaper policy man any uiner uiu tuw
Call nud see.
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.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, TOILET
ARTICLES, FANCY GOODS, INDIES'
BASKETS, ARTISTS' MATERIAL
PAINTS, Oil, PAINTERS'
RUSH, WINDOW OISS,
PUTTY, AC, AC.
And tho best iroods In mvllno tho market
nnoriis aro my speciaiues. prices roasouauie
In consideration ot quality.
ti-PRESCHlPTIONS carefully and correctly
NO. S MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND.
"ERMONT BOARD OF EDUCATION,
Becuetahv's Office, 1
Burlington, April, isis.)
The Annual Session of tho
T E A C H E US' I N S T I T U T E
For Rutland county, will be held In tho
YU.LAali OP WALLIXOfOllU,
Commencing on Monday, May 12, nt 2 o'clock, p.
m., and closing qn mo Friday following.
i:omicicill. turn l!XH.'nciicou iiisirueiiir-s itiiu
U'cturers will bo present, mid assist In coucliid-
In tho exercises.
Tho day sessions ot tuo nisi lino win none-
voted to tho discussion and presentation of
methods ot organizing, classifying, guu'rntng,
and teaching common schools.
A lecture may uo expecicti eacu evening.
An examination for candidates for Statu Cer-
t ideates will bo held during tho sesslou of tho
Superintendents aro rcpuested to notify o cry
teacher In their rospectho towns, mid tourgo
them to bo present at every session ot the Instt-
All friends of Education aro milieu to attend.
Clercvmen nro resiMjctfullv reiuiested to irlvo
notice ot tho institute, from their pulpits.
Freo return tickets will bo furnished to all
who pay lull faro on tlio Rutland Railroad In
coming to tho institute.
juiin ji, riicwi,
Invites tho ladles to call and examine asplen
did assortment ot
NHW GOODS JUST RECEIVED.
milliONS, LACE VEILS AND ll.VllllES,
Thread and Guipure- Laces, Swiss Ties, Zephyr
uud Worsted Embroideries, Hamburg
Edgings, Pussauieuterles, Hair
Switches and Curls,
And a full lino ot
LADIES' AND INFANTS' UNDERWEAR,
And many novelties too numerous to mention,
She Jutland gaily 5tobc.
WEDNESDAY MORN., -MAY 7, 1873.
Iletiiiliiglim uml lis niitiiiifuctiirci.
There nro three, tlirlvlng villages In the
own. Jstirth Ilcnningltm Centre, mul
it is now liiiowii ns BennlimUm proner.
Ilcnnlnjrtoii CuntK! has achieved n fnvorn
hlo notoiiety ns a summer resort, nnd Is a
iciuitlful jtlncc in stinimcr. It hns a cotxl
hold, pleasant drives, nnd until Inst fall,
line observatory on Ilio toil of Mount An
thony. "During one of our heavy blows
ist Full, tlio observatory wiw blown
down," from vhlcli point n splendid view
ns obtnlned of n large sttrrotindlii!; coun-
I ho village of Bennington lies iu n
deep valley, surrounded on nil sides by
mountains, contains nbout tluce thousand
liihabilnnts, is well supplied with ti reliable
liter power, which Is Improved to n good
advantage, ns the many fnctoiics, foundries
tc. located on the banks of the streams,
go to prove. Prominent among these, are
ic extensive works of II. W. Putnam,
successor to the Putnam Manufacturing
'oinpany. I havo been fortunate In inak-
ng the acquaintance, of -Mr. Bradbury, the
gentlemanly superintendent of the Sack
factory, who politely slum til me through
if different shops. .Air. Putnam Is now
lolug n large nnd extensive business, his
rlncipal office and More being ut 128
Chamber street, New York clly. We were
shown the Putnam wringer patented by
Mr. Putnam himself, and which Is meeting
with an c.xlensh c wle. lie also manufac
tures -Allies patent double pointed tucks nnd
staples, which nro ti useful article nnd far
supeiior lo the lotind Hat headed tacks
These tucks are designed mostly for car
pets, malting, etc., nnd mo coining Into
general use. He nlso maiiufaetuie.s patent
Kittling machines, syrup ganger, ironing
mangles, patent bottle stoppers, fasteners,
and a patent car packing, which Is being
tilte extensively used on some railroads,
which in lime will supersede entirely the
waste nnd oil now used. In addition to
these there is a grist mill on the premises
which is kept busy to its full extent. Mr.
'iitnams bulldingsuie all lirst class, and
supplied Willi the latest and most improved
machinery. He employs a force of thirty
men and his goods meet with n ready nnd
rapid sale, Mr. Putnam has one of the fin
est residences hi town, nnd although he
spends most of Ids time In New York, still
ic is continually looking out for the best in
tcrests of tho village, and by his energy and
business has done much to promote the
growth of the place. Near Mr. Putnam's
establishment is the foundry and machine
shop of Enos Adams, which gives employ
mcnt to about twenty-live men, nnd is
worked to its full extent. In addition to
these we have several more foundries, ma
chine shops, woolen mills, etc., some of
which wo will describe in another letter.
Music by the Band commences in the
park on Friday evening next.
A. B. Lowry lias been chosen treasurer
of Green Mountain Lodge, I. 0. O. F., in
place of Edward A. Jewell.
Geo. B. Hicks, an eminent citizen of
Clcaveland, whose death lias been recently
announced, was a son of Levi Hicks, for
many years a resident of Burlington.
Six persons w ere received into the fel
lowshlp of the Baptist church, in Burling'
ton, last Sabbath three by baptism. The
church lias granted the pastor, Rev. M. A,
Wilcox, n three months' leae of absence
nnd he leaves the city in a few days to seel
the restoration of his health.
Horatio Truman and Norman 11. Morse
former residents of Burlington, aro largo
sufferers by tho lire at Manitowoc, Wis
Gcorgo F. Wiidsworlh, recently engaged
In the lumber business nt Burlington, is on
his way home from a few months residence
in Florida, with little prospect for his re
Richmond Biiithi! Market. On Mon
day, 100 tubs of butter nnd 100 boxes o:
cheese were sold. Butter sold at from 21
to SO cents for good, and at from 30 to 3:
cents for choice. Cheese, from 7 to 10
cents per pound.
From tho Boston Journal
EVERY DAY THOUGTS ABOUT
LIVERY DAY WORK.
II)' ti Yoiiiifr l'lirmur.
Once more spring has returned, nud I tlo
not iloulit that It is most welcome to every
farmer, though it brings moin caru am
harder labor ngalu. But not on that shall
wu regret that it Is once- more here, for no
true fanner really like these seasons of en.
tureen idleness, wnen long continued, i
hail almost said that no true man likes
them. Rest, well carnvd by haul labor, Is
welcomed to every one, but when such a
long and severe whiter as the ono hist
passed enables us to tlo all the little Jobs
within doom that wo need to do, and wo
begin to think of tho many things that
must bo done out of doors ns soon as tho
weather will allow, walling is more wcnii
some than working. And now lucky Is tho
fanner who has thrown over and compost
ed his manure, nnd prepaid! everything for
going forward with the business of plow,
big nnd putting In tlm setsl. Now can bo
reallcd the- advantage- of such arrange
ment)) of linrn cellar or sheds for tho man.
uru as have enabled the farmer to go on
with the finking It over or composting It
during the winter season w lieu ho could not
do other work. It will gho linn his man
ure In better shape, being liner and moro
eu'ii in quality and better lilted for the
young plants to feed upon. The- coarse
raw lumps thrown out of thu yard or man.
nro heap bear alsiut tho same resemblance
to the propel ly prepared contents of tho
compost heap that tlio raw animal docs to
tho carefully cooked slices that wu find nt
tho dinner table,
I neknowiedgu that I havo not' been nolo
to get my spring work us far advanced as I
had hoped to havo It at this season of tho
year, partly In consequence- of tho very se
vere winter nnd late coming of tho spring,
and ns much bv reason of certain jobs
which were left over last fall, when thu necessity-
of applo picking and cider making
seemed greater than almost anything else.
I was then, nnd am now, nlniost ready to
bellevn that tho nmiles cost more than they
camo to, especially when 1 llnd these extra
jobstobodonu tills spring tlmt ought to
have been dono last fall. But I havo my
fences and walls, which havo been ncg
lectod for many years, In better shape than
tlintr linvii been fiefnro. Have clciUCll 111V
new meadows of stone, or rather I havu
PRICE THMOK CENTS.
picked them up Into heaps, ready to be
carted out as soon as I can spare the team
a day from the more urgent labor of get
ting out tho manure nud plowing the laud
i liicli 1 wish to plant Ilrst, nnd have a pait
f my naiiuro forked over and hcaned un
ready for use. 1 cannot nfford lo cast It
out without such preparation, though manv
1 my neighbors laugh at me, ami say It
roiild be ns easily loaded from the yard
and heaps where It has been thrown during
tho winter, but I find that being not more
than one or two weeks In the heap, nfler
being forked over, fits It much better for
use In the field, so that it Is easier plowed
under, and Is more readily converted Into
the plant food for which it Is needed, nnd
as all the water that drains out of It hack
Into the low places In tho ynrd reduces the
weiirht. flint. 1 liavo tn e:irl nut. wltlinnt In
juring the strength of the manure, which I
tiitiiK is enough oi itselt lo pay lor the
labor of working It out. But I would
have been better satisfied If I could bam
done this much cat Her In the season, that
iiiewniiio neap migni nao been more
thoroughly composted together, mid the
coarser parts have been mote decomposed
by the lennentntion which takes place In
such n heap when properly built. I do not
want heat enough to develop In It to cause
it to mini or "iirc-iang, which destroys
much of the strength by causing It to Ilium'
off its ammonia, but I want lust heat
enough lo decompose all the manure nnd
ine Denning mat is mixeii wuu it, nml to
cause the ammonia lo thoroughly enter the
loam nr peal that Is mixed with It, until
the wlioie lieap is finely pul veri.cd nnd of
uniform fetilliiiig power throughout. 1
do not expect nip heaps to reach this point
tills season, unless it may be that which I
shall leave until the last.'lo Use on the lur
in land, and on Hint sown to late corn
fodder, fur this point cannot well be
reached unless the helps arc finked over
moio than once, but I shall approach near
enough to It to very well pay for the labor
i mi-King it over.
"About this time." ns tho almanac rivs.
look out for the circulars of the dealers in
anil miuutfaeliueis of vaiious spechl fer
tilizers, such as phosphates, ivnidietios.
guano mul others, each strongly rccom-
mcntieii ny scores in cciiincaics, ana e.un
one, I do not doubt, of more or less value
upon certain soils, but how far that value
mav compare to the value of the dollars
and cents which they will cost, can only
be determined by careful experiments upon
the land. Nor will tlio result be tlio same
upon the same sod in dillcreut seasons, or
upon (lie soils that seem to be similar,
which have been differently Healed. Ami
do not think if you liave found that a cer
tain quantity uscil along with oilier manure
is beneficial to your crops, that twice as
much will raise tw ice ns large crops, or pay
twice ns well. That Is too much like the
man who, finding that a stove saved half
his wood, thought that two stoves would
savo It nil. I certainly believe that a little
of some of these special manures applied in
the lull, or harrowed Into the surlace, will
pay well in many instances, nnd especially
when poor, light land, that has not been
cultivated for many yens, is broken up
nnd the stable manure "is plowed under in n
more or less ivno condition. Then the
special manure, finely pulverized as it N,
all ready for the youngest and finest root
lets to take hold "of nnd feed upon, will
give the plants a vigorous start nud sup
port tnem until ine roots can rcacn down
to that which was plow ed under, nnd which
will have become fitted then for their use,
If there is not so much moisture as to pre
vent it from decomposing nnd mixing with
But I say. and it is not only the result of
my experience, but that of many older
iunucrs, iiiui il win not ut it, ueptuui upon
any ono of them for any crop unless it may
Iki a very rapid growing one, like turnips,
radishes or corn fodder, without there is
other manure used that is mom lasting in
Its effects. Even upon strong land it can
not be depended on, nnd will" assuredly ex
haust the land to n great extent. Tho larger
the proportion of ammonia which they con
tain, the more sure Is this fact. Ammonia
is a stimulant rather than a food, nnd like
all stimulants, when used without food can
only havo an injurious enecl, ami sliouhi
only be resorted to a crisis when it is needed
to carry through tutu wiucii might tuo with
out. Such an emergency may occur on
much of our land every spring, where the
manure- is plowed under in a crude, unde
cayed condition, and will only become fitt
ed for the plant to feed upon when it un
dergoes the changes ot decay, which may
not be soon in a wet land, lint while tins
change is taking place, the little plant Is
starving for thu lack of food, or being
choked to death by weeds of more hardy
habits or rapid growth. In such a case,
the stimulating guano or phosphate, which
also have a certain share of plant food In
them, as well ns the power of arousing
some latent qualities ot tho land to an ac
tive nature, may double the crop, nnd more
than pay its cost. But with manure, pro
pcrly prepared, and land thoroughly culti
vated, I consider thu use of such stimulat
ing manures as of doubtful utility, except
ing for market gardeners, who may find it
profitable to force their crops to come for
ward nr rapidly as possible, nt whatever
co-,t of exhausting the fertility of tho land
iu order to obtain the fancy prices.
But rcnibembcr that although "stimulant
is not food" for plants nny more than man,
yet food must contain stimulating qualities
and manure should contain ammonia. But
a few things we may be sure of In the ma
nure question : It is a safe rulo to follow In
regard to manure w hicli a person I used to
know gave for making coll'cc. After tell
ing the pains taken to get a good article
anil prepare It properly, thu rule nlways
ended in this way : " When you get ready
to steep it be sure you put in smne," So
with your manure, bo sure you put In
some, nnd If you can afford niter that to
add a little o'f some of these stimulating
compounds to quicken tlio early growth of
tho croi) nnd keen it thrifty until it gets
hold of the more solid manure, it may do
good, and will In most cases pay well, but
do not expect a crop from them alone. If
you cannot nlTonl to buy them you can
find benefit from using your hen manure
nnd your wood ashes In this w ay. They
are us poweriui ns most oi ine special icr
tlllzers and adapted to nearly all the vari
eties of soil in New England, excepting
that wood ashes are not til much value on
spilngy land. Iu low places where stag
nant water has sUkmi lor many years, so
that coarse wild grass and weeds have
taken the possession, much Is'iiclit may
often be found from tho ue of t moderate
quantity of lime, used cither as a lop ill ess.
iiisr or plowed under. The latter way is
liest. 1 have teen such places show almost
ns much benefit from a coating of Kind
spread on the top as 1 ever saw on diyer
land from a dressing of manure. It seems
to warni and sweeten the land, lo neutral
ize tho mid which develops under stagnant
water, It may be. At any ralu It changes
tlio character of the vegetation greatly.
SlI.K MANlU'AOTl'ltK IN THE U.NlTI'.l)
States. Erom a mere experiment, but a
few years ago, silk manufacture In the
United States has assumed really vast pro
portions, and premises to become one of
the leading pursuits of tho country. Ac
cording to the lately issued report of tlio
silk manufacturers' association of America,
It appears that $!10,000,000 is tlio amount
of capital Invested. Sixteen thousand oper
atives aro employed, who earn about ij8,
000,000 wages, and the products of whoso
labor amount annually to between $30,000,.
000 nud if -10,000,000.
Tlio people of Montana, becoming ills
couraged by the slow building ot thu
Northern Pacific, have finally concluded to
wait no longer, but build a narrow gauge
road from Helena to a connection with the
Central l'nclfic at Coilnne, Utah,
O. W. CURRIER'S.
E. N. MERUIAM'S.