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RUTLAND, VT., THURSDAY j0HNING, iMAY 8, 1878.
VOL I....NO. 7.
PJM0J4 tjikkk CENTS.
"3SK
.v
He Evades.
hatleihii:
A I X 'J' s signs
exclusively.
mayldlm.
o. t. cross,
Manufacturer ot ami Dealer In
FINISHING UIMIlHIt, SHINGLES, I.ATII,
CLAPBOARDS, AMI SPRUCE LUMBER,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, MOULD
INGS, BRACKETS, WIN
DOW Kit AM ES Ic
CASINGS.
Scroll Saw Inif of all kind, Planing; Matching
and Glazing dono to order. Yard and Mill Cor
ner or Union and Furnnco Streets, near Freight
Depot, Rutland, Vt. Mayldw3m.
SHOW CASKS, CORNER, CLOCK
nmlMnntle. Shelves made to order, Willi
l'laln or Moulded edges. 1IHACKKTS sawed In
dlirerent styles at DEARBORN'S
drove Block.
VTKW MOULDINGS FOR PICTUHK
L1 Framing, Chromos, Lithographs, nnd
Kngra lugs nt DEARBORN'S
1URTAIN COHNICKS OF RLACK
J Walnut, or nil Gilt, mnito to order. Cur
tain ltings, Tassels and Cords. DEARBORN'S
DEARBORN IS AGENT FOH GAM).
NER'S Perforated ChalrSeat, for renovat
ing over Cad-Flag or Hush bottom chairs.
Please to call and sec them.
drovo lilock RUTLAND, Vt.
mayldsm
"RUTLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wliolesalo dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SKAT CIIA1I1S, RED
STKADS AND CIIAllt STOCK.
Corner of West and Forest Rts,
RUTLAND, VT.
I.. Atwoop, Agt. n. C. Rruni.Ks, Troas.
mayldly.
J W. KING,
Manufacturer nnd wliolesalo and retail dealer In
SASH, DOOItS, BLINDS,
Mori.DiNCis, brackets, and house fur-
NISIIINO MATERIAL,
or KVKiiv DEscmrrioN'.
FCKXACK STKRET, RUTLAND, VT.
Orders liy mall or otherwise promptly attend
ed tQ. injldtf
J. J. GUINDON,
R li A C K S 31 I T II .
Particular attention paid to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted. Shop on
WKST ST., KEAn 0I.IVEH MAHHI.E W011KS,
mayldsm RUTLAND, VT.
LOUIS MARTELL,
HOUSE, SION AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
' Taper Hanging,
GIUININU AND DECOHATINO, IN AM. STYLES.
Kalsomlnlngnnd Hard Wood Finishing, (Hazing
uud Glass Staining.
Martell's Now Ilulldlng. Center Street,
Itutlnnd, Vt. mayldlm
TIIOS. ROSS.
LINCOLN IRON WORKS.
MarbloMIll and Hoisting Machinery of the
most Improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, custlngs nnd general ma
chino work.
Steel and Iron AVlro Kopo nt Manufacturer's
prices.
itutland, vt., May l, 1S73. inayldtf
O. H. MOBKHOUS K,
DENTIST,
Opposlto central Houso - - RUTLAND, Vt.
mnyldtf
MMIE BEST SEWING MACHINE IN
X the world. Wo havo tried them. Can be
had at L N. MEHIUAM'S.
gotets and gining ?oomjs.
jg A It D
WELL HOUSE.
CIIAJITOS Ic 8 A L S II U It Y
rnoritiETOiis.
Tho BARDWELL HOUSE Is located opposlto
tho Depot nnd has long been favorably known
to thu traveling public. It has been recently
Improved, now affording tho best nnd most
nmplo accommodation to guests.
Tho TA11I.K will bo supplied with all tlio
luxuries ot tho Season, and every attention will
bo paid to tho comfort of Its patrons.
In tho future, ns In the past, tho Proprietors
Intend to make it n llrst-class House affording
nil tho comforts of a homo to tho traveler. Thu
public patronngo Is solicited.
A OOOD LIVERY In connection with tho
House.
Attentlvo roitTEItS will bo found nt tho
Depot, on tho nrrlvnl ot all trains,
j. v. CiuMTON, j. A. SiiBnny.
mnyld&wtf
FARMERS' HOTEL,
Fkeiout Street, - HUTLAND, VT.
A FIItST CLASS
M E AT MA It K K T
IS HOTEL IIUILDISa.
inayld3m J. H. JOHNSON, Pnoi'itiETOn.
J. VT. FISHKJl'S
NEW DINING ROOMS,
Central Houso lilock, Merchants' Itow,
HUTLAND, VERMONT.
Warm Meals served at all hours of tho day
and evening. innyl d3m
3. F. STINSON'S
DINING II ALL,
Qulnn's Block, Opposite tlio Depot,
HUTLAND, - . VKHMONT,
Warm Meals berved at nil hours of tho day
nnd evening. mayidiw
JOSEPH MACCAHKE,
N E W DINING II A L L ,
In rooms formerly occupied by J, W. Fisher.
KINOSLEY tc BPHAOUE'S I1LOCK,
M Elicit ants' How,
RUTLAND, VERMONT.
WARM MEALS HKUVHI) AT AI.I. HOURS.
'wayldtf
A. H. HAWLEY,
COSTJUCTOll AXl) VHACTlC.il, KhATKIl,
HUTLAND VERMONT.
Ho Is prepared to do nil work promptly nnd
well. Orders can bo left at J. U. (llynn's i utoro
on Merchants' How, or nt tlio llardwell House.
lirerencc uuciwwmm jurroii,iimianu; u M,
Mnson. President of First National Haul- im,
trolt, Michigan j Hon, J, M. Marvin, Saratoga
spring".
miIE REST SHIRTS I EVER HAD."
JL Tills IS wuai mey say oi
E. N. MKRHIAM'S rERFUCT FITTINO BHIHTS.
QPRINQ CATALOGUE OF PAPER
U patkhnm for ijiuics-nnu ciiuurcns' gar
incnts, Just received nt
inayldiw. K. N. MEIUIIAM'S.
(i'vorevie!3 and nu'teions;
J A- T. CADEN,
Wholesale nnd Detail Dealers In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED FHl'lTS, PICKLES, AC,
(ILASS, EAIITIIENWAHE
AND PAN(!Y (IOODS.
Also, Dealers In
D1IY HOODS SHAWLS, DHESS (IOODS,
HOSIERY, (II.OVES, Ac, Ac.
An assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Constantly on hand.
AGENTS I'OI! MAIL STEAMERS TO AND
FItOM KUIIOPE.
eif-DHAFTS FOI! ANY AMOUNT OX THE
HANKS OF ENd LAND, IRELAND, SCOTLAND
AND WALKS.
COHNEIt FHEIOHT AND EVELYN STS.
HUTLAND, VT.
myldSin
BATTY'S N A R OR IM C K L E S,
Crosso & Itlnckwell's Pickles, Hnlfoid's
Worcestershire Sauce, Nabob sauce, In fact
nearly nil kinds of English Pickles can be round
nt II. W. MARSHALL'S
mayldAwly.
PRUNELLAS, PRUNES, CHERRIES,
JL Peaches, lllockberrles, RaspbeiTlos.Pliinis
llucklebcirles. Also, nil kinds or mills 1 ti can-,
forsalont II. W. MAHSllALL.
mnyldA-wly drove street, Itutland, vt.
IjUK HORN A- MAGNOLIA FLOUR
li umv choice, for sale nt
majldAwly II. W. MAltSHAI.I.'S'S.
1 8 f. 7 . 18 71!.
O L D R E D S T O R E .
anoaRMEs axj) ruoviProxF,
CHEAP FOll CASH.
CHESTER KINGSLEV.
mayltf Meiichants' How.
JOSEPH II. GUV,
Successor to
S. HAYWAHD .1- CO.,
Dealer In
(HtOCEItlES, PROVISIONS, HAY AND WOOD.
Washington St., Rutland, Vt.
my Idly
IULTON MA It K E T,
DUNTON tc HAYWAHD
Proprietors.
All kinds of Meals, Fish, Vegetables nnd
Fruits In their season.
Klngsley .t Spraguo's Hloek, Merchants' How.
mayldsm
PETER F. MoMANUS,
G It O C E R ,
And denier In
PROVISIONS,
NO. 03 West St., RUTLAND, VT.
mayldlm
rilOLESALE FRUIT DEPOT.
The Subscriber has made arrangements to
recclvo all kinds of
FORE10N FRUITS
by tho car-load direct from first hands In New
York nnd lloston, and Is prepared to till orders
from Dealers In Rutland and from cm tho lines
ot Railroads centering here, nt tho Lowest
Wliolesalo rates.
O RANGES AND LEMONS
Repacked and Warranted ns represented.
I nm also prepared to nay tho highest cash
prlco for Potatoes to bhlp to Market.
E. P. HITCHCOCK,
Opposlto tho Depot RUTLAND.
iuayiuun.
Eeasi.
Wliolesalo dealer In
CALIFORNIA WINKS AND HIIANDY.
Also,
i mo an: n and wholesale pealeii
In
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
Tho attention of Town Agents, Physicians
and Druggists Is especially called to our wines,
ns they aro unsurpassed for medical puriioses.
coming from ono of tho oldest vineyards In
California. All goods guaranteed puro and sat
Isfactory, or to bo returned nt my expense.
OFFICE,
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN, STS., "
(Lnndon tc Huntoon's lilock,)
Itutland, vt. myltt
EN'S RURRER ROOTS, !).75, nt
u. w, cumiiEHS, no. u, .nercnaiUH'
itow,
LADIES' WHITE KID SLIPPERS, nt
O. W. CimitiKit'H, No. 0, Merchants' How.
SPRING STYLES OF FRENCH KID
Shoes, V to to, nt
O. W. CURRIER'S.
LADIES' SERGE GORE-HEELED
Slippers, only II, at
O. W. CURRIER'S.
MENS CALF ROOTS, 93.fi0 to $0.00
at the chenpeush stole, No. 0, Merchants'
How. ' '
ATENS' KIP, TAP-SOLE, HAND-
MADE HOOTS, 3,7ts, ntNo. 0, Merchants'
How,
"IttavHIe.
JUTLANI) MARRLE COMPANY,
WHOI.KSAt.I! IlKAI.KItS IS
II LOCK k SAWED MARRLE.
(JPA1MIIK9 AND MIU-S
.1. N. IlAXTEIt.-Supt. . WEST RUTLAND, Vt.
All tho grades of Rutland Marble, In tho
Khnpoof slabs of various thicknesses required
for Furniture, Mantel, and Decoratlvo Work, as
well as Cemetery uses; also cubic Stock for
Monumental nnd Ilulldlng purposes, Including
liases, strips, nnd Posts, maybe found In our
yard nt nil times.
Our cxtcnslvo arrangements for tho produc
tion of Marble, In tho way of (Juarrylng Ma
chinery, nnd Mills compiling llility-two gangs
of saws, place us In position to supply tho
wants of the Trade. Wliolesalo and Retail
Dealers, Hullders, Furniture-Men, and gen
eral Manufacturers will llnil It to their .Interest
to fat or us with their orders.
RUTLAND MARDI.E CO.
mayliUwtf
0
LIVER MARRLE AND GRANITE
WORKS OF
RUTLAND, VERMONT,
MANITAOTl'lIT!
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN MARRLE
AND GRANITE,
and ki:i:ot
MONUMENTS,
COPINO,
TOM IIS,
HEADSTONES,
TAHLETS, FONTS, AC,
To order In nny pari of the United Slntcs with
out risk lo tho purchaser.
All work executed, by this Establishment Is
dono lu Iho most Tiioitoi'uii nnd ahustic
manner.
So largo a propoi I Ion of our work Is now going
Into (ho City Cemeteries In successful competi
tion with tho best city manufactures that our
products arc as famous nnd conspicuous for their
excellence, In Greenwood Cemetery of New
York, Rural Cemetery of Philadelphia, and
many of tho Western Cities, ns throughout Ver
mont. Ami wo present tho fact of our constant
ly Increasing business, JustWeilby tho usiFOnst
Excr.1 i.enci: ot our work during the past llvo
j ears, as tho surest guaranty purchasers can
have ot our faithfulness in tho future.
mnyllt
(Gettevat UeveHandi$e.
REAT CLOSING OUT SALE!
Tllr.KB WILL EE OI'ENKI! AT
NO. 9 ME HO II A NTS' HOW,
On or about May 8th, a largo stock of
G E N E HAL M E R 0 II A N D I S E ,
Which will bo
''HOLD AT COS T
c i,o si: out a DtrnrxnsH.
Full Particulars soon.
GEORGE W. CHAPLAIN, Jr.,
Rutland, April soth.
mayidiw
T A L L 1 N G F O R I)
A . HILL & SON
Will open on Monday, May Mil, tho new
niu.iSKiir noons
Over their store, whero will bo displayed an
elegant block of Pattern lints, Itlbtions, Flow
ers, Frames, Hals, Ac. New York Goods nt
Wulllngford prices. Also Mens' and Hoys' Hals
nnd Caps.
Having enlarged and Improved our
CLOTHING ROOM,
Wo shall open on Iho same day, our Spring
stock of
MENS'. II0V8' AND C1III.DIIEN3' SUITS.
Can glvo n good business suit for 110, and wo
havo n good lino of liner good. Elegant Coats
nnuesisuuu wouuy ranis.Hwu muu iciuou
died our
SHOE DEPARTMENT,
And can now oiler n full stock of ijidles'.Mlsses
mid Children's Shoes, uuuuers nnu nnp
pcrsi nlso, Men's and Hoys'
Hums nnd shoes,
Vohaonncwlot of
CROOK E 11 Y
'joopcniaiso in hiock, uiumhuiu, inuunuu-.
Grass Seed and Flour. Wo can glvo Iho best
ot bargains lu
GROCERIES AND FAMILY SUPPLIES.
Como and get 8 lbs. of tho best w hlU-Sugar for
f 1, and good Japan Tea for 07 cents. (N. H. Wo
ltavabomo nut us good for M rents.) Hut wo
cannot glvo j on a list of our goods or prices, so
juu muai. i-iui on us uuu seu lur juunH-nen,
A. HILL & SON,
W A L L I N O F O It D .
mnyldld&wsin
A SPLENDID LOT OF NEW llltAII)
1NG DESIGNS, also AI.l'llAllCTH, Just re
celved nt
H. N. MERRIAM'S.
Watelteis and ewetvy.
rjl O T H E T II O U S A N 1) 3
THAT WILL HEAD
THE HUTLAND (1L0IIE,
Allow us lo say that
O U R S T O R E
IS RTIt.t. ON
MERCHANTS' HOW, NKAR THE HEE-HIVE.
OUH KI'KClAl.Ty,
F I N E W A T C II E S .
As Merchant Jewelers, wo proposo nlivnys lo
bo posted and Mocked with articles of
ARTISTIC AND INTRINSIC WORTH.
SOLID SILVER GOODS
From doihnm c Co., always Sterling.
11 1 0 11 VI, A TIM) II' A 1! 13 S ,
CLOCKS, SPECTACLE, AC, AC.
SEE-HIVE,
P.EN K. CHASE k CO.
mayidiw
17. 17.
RAILKY ic P All M E N T Lit S
WATCHMAKERS, JEWELERS
AND
S I L V E R S M I T II S.
Wohauitho largest and best nssoitment of
Wulehes ever orfcicd In this market.
GOLD CHAINS,
In largo hupply, embracing every arlely ot
stylo desirable lur Ladles' or Gent leniens' wear.
J E W E L It Y ,
In ilch abundance, nnd more coming.
CUTLERY,
SILYEK l'LATEII AND STEEL, lOIt TADI.E t'SE.
Our stock Is large, nnd wo sell nt law pi tecs.
S I L V E It GOODS.
8ii.vi:i: M'oo.ss or on: own MANrwirniiii:.
ROGERS' IIROTIIERS PITTED FORKS
AND SPOONS.
Tea Sets, Castors, Ac, all tho best.
S P E v T A C L E S
To lit those who cannot seo well.
EYE GLASSES.
A new thing without frames. Very desirable.
Call and see for j ourseDes nt
HAILEY AND PARM ENTERS',
17 Meuciianix' how.
lnajldtf
OOD NEWS!
OOOD NEWS!
WATCHES CHEAPER THAN EVER I1EFORE,
MARSHALL & CADY'S.
Who havo Just received n largo ami elegant
stock, open cases with tint glasses, In liotli
Swiss nnd American, key nnd stem winders.
NEW ASSORTMENT OF CHMNS,
GOLD SETS, RINGS, PINS, AC.
Solid Silver and Silver Plated Ware.
A lino lino of lllack Jewclrv In horn nml .let.
Call nt tho old stand ot Clark Ilros. tc Marshall,
comer Merchants' Row nnd West street.
imiyiiuiu MARSHALL S CADY.
AIAMS & SON HAVE A NICE
X. stock ot
WATCHES AND CHAINS,
JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SPECTACLES,
GUNS, CARTRIDGES, KASORS,
. SOLID SILVKII AND BILVKll l'LATEII WAVE.
WATCHES, CLOCKB AND JEWELRY
Repaired In a workmanllko manner, nnd en
gru lug executed neatly.
Our customers will iliul us over C. A. l'urk.
hurst's store, up ono Illght ot stairs, whero our
rents como cheap, and wo can glvo our patrons
Iho bencllt of It In our low prices.
Call and seo ns at your euillest convenience.
ADAMS AND SON,
No. 81W Meiiciunts' Itow, Ur Staiks.
mayld. .
PITTS FORI) FURNACE,
J, PRICIIAHD, PnorKIETOIi.
Manufacturer ot
CHARCOAL PIG IRON,
PITTSFOIII), VT. mayldJin
T
Utsikat.
Gr
RAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL.
To bo liehl nt the
TOWN HALL, RUTLAND, VT.,
Commencing on Monday Eve., May U, nnd clos
ing Friday Eve., May in, 1S73, under (he direc
tion ot tho celebrnted conductor
Mil. CARL ZEHHAIIN, of Hoston, Mass.
President, John N. Haxlcr, Itutlnnd. F. A.
Fisher, Sec. E. A. Morse, Trens. deorgo A.
Mlct7kle, Musical committee. On which occa
sion the following eminent nrl Ists, whoso repu
tation Is unrivaled, will appear.
Mine. Jennie Van ZANnr.Prlma Donna, late of
tho Parepa Rosa English Company.
Mmr Jrt.E DkRvtiieii, Soprano ot Dr. Chapln's
Church, New York,
M. FnAvz Hkmmeiitz, Ilarltonn of Trinity
Church, New York.
, Mn. W. II. Fessenhen, Tenor ot tho llama
bee Troupe.
Mn. A. J. Piiii.t.ii'3, Tenor ot llurllngton.
Mn. Geo. A. Miet?ke and Mil. S.-C. Mooue,
Pianists. Pi-or. E. II. llim.uv, Organist. The
celebrated
OERMANIA HAND, of lloston.
The Leaiuno MusictVNSot tho Stale will nlso
take part.
THE LA ltd EST CHORUS
Ever assembled In Vermont will render Die
Choral music, In n stylo not oxcelled nt any
previous musical gathering. On Friday after
noon, May lctli,
FIVE HUNDRED PUPILS OF THE PUM.IO
SCHOOLS
Will participate, nnd this, In connection with
the nppearnnco of tho artists, will mnko ono of
the plensnntest features of tho festival.
THREE ORAND CONCERTS AND MATINEES,
On Wednesday,Thursday nnd Friday.
SINGERS' TICKETS,
Lady si, Gentleman, t'l, admitting to Chorus
Seats only.
SINGLE SEASON TICKETS, $3.
Admitting to nil Rehearsals, Matinees nnd Con
certs. Matinee tickets, to cts. concert Tickets, ;r cts.
Mnt Inees commence precisely at 2 o'clock p.
m. Concerts nt s p. m.
anliis.
RANTER NATIONAL RANK,
RUTLAND, VT.
CAPITAL,
RHOO.OOO.
DIRECTORS.
II. Hekiiv HtXTEi:,
11. F. UiTimor,
J. N. llAXTEII,
T. W. P.1KK,
Geo. K. I.'ovce,
(lEOUIIE It. IIO'ITUM,
J. W. CltAMTOV,
N. T. Sl'lIAdUE, .III.
II. KINOSI.KV,
W. ('. DUNION,
W. C. Undon.
COLLECTIONS
Made and remitted for at Lowest Urates.
INTEItEST AI.IJ1WED ON TDIE DEl'OSITS.
A general Hanking nnd Evchango business
transacted.
II. IIeniiv llAXTEii, Presl. .1. N. IIaxteii, V. l'rest.
(lEOlKlE R. HOTTCM, CaSllll".
may J.-s .j"-. -
(iMothjun. r,
B
A T E S ' HOUSE CORNER.
MASON Sc JERKOWSKI
Havo Just opened the largest stock of
C L O T II I N (!
Ever brought to Vermont, Cist on your old
clothes and buj ono of our
sryi.isu si'iuxa suits.
Wo ha( e t hem for nil prices, nnd Hill sell any
thing In our lino
TWENTY PER CENT. CHEAPER
Than any other store In Iho Slate. Don't goto
n storu whero their stock has been handled
u er, J ear after year. Como w hei e e or t hlng Is
FRESH AND NEW NOTHING OLD.
A glanco nt our Hock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Will convince you that Iho Hales' House Coiner
Storo Is tlio only placo whero the block of these
goods nro complete.
LAMKIf AXl) UllXTS- Tll.i VJ11.1XG HAGS
of every description.
HATS AND CAPS
Aro n lending nrtlclo with us, nnd this ne-
couius lor our
IMMENSE STOCK
Of every btylo nnd price. It you wish any thing
In our Hue, cull nnd get our prices; they will
coin Inco you whero to buy.
MASON & JERKOWSKI,
43 Merchants' Row, under tho nates' House,
inayldtf
gPR
I N G OP E NINO
AT THE
OPERA CI.OJ'llINO, HOOT AND SHOE
E JI P O R I U M ,
Meiiciunts' Row, ... ltim-ANn, Vt.
WATKINS is CADY
Hnvo lust received from New York nnd lloston
Markets ono of tho llnebt lines of Clothing ever
exhibited by nny Merchant this smo ot Menaon
or Now York, consisting ot
MENS' HOYS' AND YOUTHS' SUITINGS
Of every descrlpllon.manufaclured. mm
FINE ENGLISH CLOTHS,
Down to a Cheap Cherry Valley.
HOYS' CLOTHING A SI'lWIAIri'.
FUIlNlSllINa liOOllS DEl'AllTMENT COlll'LETE.
Our Hoot nnd Shoo department consists of all
tho latest novelties ot inu season.
S P K 0 I A L T I E 8 .
Flvo hundred nud twenly-flvo trunks, very
low, hn lug been bought beforo 1 ho rlso In gold.
Two hundred nud mo pairs Womens' Mdo
Lnco iioois, is inreau, in i. mti-n uuu n .
Ono hundred nnd tnreo palm W omens' Hoots,
I... ...... 1n I.h.w1 nt It M
Two'hundred 'pall's 'Mens' Rubber Boots, nil
K1UUS, UV J.UU,
GRAND OVERTURU
Iii every department. Trouble locommcncont
i u, in, uuu couuiiuu until V p. m.
l' W. WATKINd, WM. I. CADV
inajldlw
furniture
"yy E E K S A; II A R R E R
AT NO. 1, OPERA HOUSE BLOCK,
Keepn full n'-sorlmcnt of Iho following
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
CROCKERY,
FURNITURE,
CARPETS,
FRENCH CHINA WARE,
TAHLE GLASS WARE,
SILVER PLATED WARE,
JAPANNED WARE,
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
RHITANNIA WARE,
TAHI.t: CUTLERY,
PAPER HANGINGS,
,WINDOW SHADES,
TASSELS AND CORDS,
LAMPS AND LANTERS,
GAS FIXTURES,
STONE WAKE,
Wholesale and Retail,
LAMP CHIMNEYS nnd HURNERS,
Wholesale nnd Retail.
HOUSE HRUSIIES,
FEATHER DUSTERS,
PLANT TOTS,
PLANT BRACKETS,
CARPET SWEEPERS.
.Manufacturers of
MATTR ASSES and LOUNGES, nnd
GENERAL UPHOLSTERING
inayldtf DONE TO ORDER.
fNSUHANCE.
RURNHAM is TEMPLE.
Wo aro Agents for tho following Ilrst class
Flic Insurance Companies.
Aetna, Assets, Sii,0i,000
imperial, " s,ooo,ikm
Home, N. Y " 4,mki,w
Rollll " 111,000,001)
llurtford " lywymn
Insurnnco ot No. America, Plilla. " 3,2fai,iNi
Franklin " 3,4nci,cii
Phenlx, N. Y. " k,ikki,oi)
Plnrnix, Hartford " l,cmi,iKM
Sprlnglleld, " I,iKi,oiM)
National, llarlford, " nhi,iw
These aro llio best known of all tlio companies
represented lu Rutland, and since wo havo
representeil them they hart M more muutg to
tho rltUcus of Rutland unit (Iclnlty than alt
tilhtr comlianiC't rmnbinetl.
Tills record proves their stability and their
willingness to pay nil proiwr claims.
We conlldently expect n conllnuanco ot the
liberal patronage which these companies havo
always received.
We nlso represent the Travelers I.lfo and Ac
cident Insurance company. We gho n belter
mid cheaper policy than uny other Life com
pany. Call and see
ltlMIVM IM 1- Tl'WPI V
Olllee, opera House, Itutland, Vt.
ma Idly
HAHRY W. NYE'S
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY,
No. 4, Merchants' Row, Rutland, Vt.
GENERAL AGT -ETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Fire Insurnnco In First Class Companies.
majldtf
E.
C. LEWIS,
Dealer In
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, TOILET
ARTICLES, FANCY GOODS, LADIES'
BASKETS, ARTISTS' MATERIAL,
PAINTS, Oil, PAINTERS'
HUSH, WINDOW GLASS,
PUTTY, AC, Ac.
PURE DRUGS,
And Iho best goods In my Una tho market
affords nro my speclall les. Prices reasonable,
In consideration of iiuallty.
ClfPRESCRIlTIONS carefully and correctly
compounded.
NO. S MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND,
myldlw
-yERMONT HOARD OF EDUCATION.
SECIlETAUV'S OFFICE, l
Burlington, April, 1S73.
Thu Annual Session ot tlio
T E A C II E It S' INS T I T U T E
For Rutland CocNTr, will bo held In tho
VUthAQK OP WAhLlXlWOKl),
Commencing on Monday, May IS, at 1 o'clock, p.
in., nnd closing on tho Friday follow lug.
Competent and experienced Instructors and
Lecturers will bo present, and assist lu conclud
in tho exercises.
Tho day sessions of tho Instltuto will bo de
voted to the discussion nnd presentation of
methods of organizing, classifying, governing,
nnd teaching common schools.
A lecturo may bo exacted each evening.
An examination for candidates for suite Ccr
Uneaten will bo held during tho bcsslon of tho
Instltuto.
Superintendents aro repuested to notify every
teacher In their respectho towns, and tuuriru
them to bo present at every session of tho Insti
tute. AH friends of Education nro ln Red to attend.
Clergymen nro respectfully requested to glo
notlco of tho Institute, from their pulpits.
Free return tickets will bo furnished to all
who pay full faro on tlio Rutland Railroad lu
coming to tlio Institute,
JOHN H. FRENCH,
mnySdi-wsw sccrctnry.
M1
ISS MOWER
Invites the ladles to call and examine a splou
uiu iissoriuicuv ui
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED.
ltimiOXS, LACK YU1LH AND llAlillKS,
Thread nnd Guipure Laces, Swiss Ties, Zephyr
uuu wursiuu JVlllUIUIUl'l ii-n, iiuiiliiurg
Edgings, Passainenterles, Hair
Switches nnd Curls,
(Roves, Corsets,
And a full lino of
LADIES' AND INFANTS' UNDERWEAR,
And many mnelt lea too numcrom to mention,
myldlm
gumUvave.
L
A N I) O N As HUN T O O N,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers lu
FLOUR,
SALT,
LIME,
CAL. PLASTER,
CEMENT.
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, Ac, Ac, Ac
A general Assortment of
HARDWARE,
PAINTS,
OILS,
GLASS,
PUTTY,
AISO,
H E L T I N G, L A (! I N G, Ac.
TIMOTHY, CLOVER, AND ALL
OTHER SEEDS.
NOVA SCOTIA PLASTER,
RRADLEY'S PHOSPHATE,
I.ODI MANUFACTURING CO.'S POUDRETTE.
A ITU. I.INT. or
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
PLOWS,
HARROWS,
ROAD SCRAPERS,
HAY CUTTERS,
GRINDSTONES,
FORKS,
HOES,
AC, AC.
C II E A P F OR CASH
11 A R R E T T ' S OLD S T () It E.
Mnjld.tivlf.
JEVI G. KINOSLEY.
Dealer In
BUILDERS' AND CABINET
IHARDWARE,
Weymouth Flno Finishing nnd Empire Cut
Nails, Iron, steel, chains, Ac.
CARPENTER'S TOOLS,
BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS
MACHINIST TOOLS,
BLACKSMITH'S STOCK,
BLACKSMITH'S COAL-llKST.
QUARRY MATERIALS.
Steel, Iron, Picks, Ames' Shovels Blasting Pow
der (government proof), Fuse, Largu
Drill Files, steel striking Ham
mers, Handles, Ac.
MANILLA ROPE AND CORDAGE.
SAW-MILI, CIRCULAR AND WOOD SAWS,
AND BOYNTON'S LIGHTNING
CROSS-CUT SAWS.
PAINTS,
Oils, Varnishes, Glue, Sand Paper, Brushes, Ac.
GLSS AND PUTTY.
CUTLERY.
A snlendld lino of Table and Pocket Cutlery.
Shears and Scissors.
STANDARD SCALES.
FURNITURE. '
Parlor Furniture, Center Tables, Mirrors, Ex
tension muies, iieusieuus, .iiaiirasses,
spring Beds, Burenus uud Chairs.
Manufacturer of Black Walnut, Chestnut nnd
rauueu cnamuer pcis.
CARPETS.
Velvet, Brussels, Tapestry, Threo Ply nnd In
grain i;urpeis, uu iiuius, sc., e.
COFFINS AND CASKETS,
AM' .11t.l Al.LlU 1R 1I1AL, TOf.S.
At
Rutland, May l, 1373.
I. (1. KINGSLEY'S.
o
OAL, COAL, COAL.
Wo aro now recel Ing direct Irom mines tho
Delawaro A' Hudson Canal Company's Coal by
rail, and aro prepared to furnish It In largo or
small quantities. Wo nlso Intend to keep a
largo supply of Lehigh and Cumberland Coal
constantly on hand, nnd ot a superior quality
Thankful for tho liberal patronage received the
past year, wo ask a conllnuanco of tho same.
Wo nro not allowed to gho tlino on purchases
ot coal after this dale. All orders must bo ac
companied by cash. Thoso halng unsettled
accounts aro requested to call and settlo tho
s.imo at once. Olllco and yard at A. F. Davis'
Building, opposite Freight Depot,
mldtf PUTNAM CURTIS.
"r O T FOR SALE,
Tll.l. JAXUAltr 1, 1S74.
Most iieonlo advcrtlso to tell tho public what
they hnvo (o sell. We aro compelled to reverse
tho rule, to answer nil further Inquiries, and
suy that no
XXTUA KAIII.V VERMONT POTATOES
Are now for salo by luysolt or bon. Thoso w ha
want them for this beasoifs cultivation must
apply to II. K. Bliss tc Sons, No. S3, Park Place,
New York. Price, Sl.ou per pound, S3.w for four
pounds, sent frco by mall.
CHARLES WOODHOUSE.
Rutland, May n, 1873.
"PICTURE FRAMING DONE WITH
X Neatness nnd taste, and nt reasonable
prices, some new nud beautiful styles Just re
celveant E. N. MERRIAM'S.
he Jutland" gaily (Dtobc.
THURSDAY MORNING MAY 8, 18711.
I'resvnlntliiii l Ilvv. II. S. Cosier,
Among the Howera that nro slrcwii nlonjr
the pathway of life, Is the recognition of
tho faithful performance of duty on the
part of Ihoso who nro the recipients of the
benefits nml blessings heslowcd liy our la
bors. In connection with tho above para
graph wa would say to the ninny renders of
the Gi.om:, that the Rev. E. S. Foster, hay
lng bcvcreil his pastoral relations with the
Ilrst Univcrsalist Parish and Church In
Chester, his friends desired to give expres
sion of their appreciation of him ns a man,
and a Christian minister.
The Initial point was made at Ihe "Ches
ter Hou'-o" on thu evening of April Dili,
where a large number of tho friends of Mr.
and Mrs. Foster had assembled to mvail
for "orders" lu regard to future move
incuts. Mine host H. 11. Ingraham bade
the large party welcome, and made them
comfortable until 8 o'clock p. in., when
marching orders were received nml the sig
nal to "fall hi," was sounded.
Let woman forever hereafter hold her
peace In regard to having her lights rccog
ulzed, for tho reason that on this occasion.
She was tlio vanguard and headed the pro- 4
cession which marched m "column of
twos" to the spaelom residence of P. 11.
Robblus, Esq., on Depot street, where Mr.
and Mrs. Foster were sojourning for a few
days. On arriving at the beautiful resi
dence of our f i lend Robbing, ltmds calls
were made for Mr. Foster, who answered
the summons, together with his compan
ion, and If facial expression is airy test cf
surprise, it is evident that the reverend gen
tleman and hl.s estimable lady were some
what "taken aback" on being greeted by so
large a delegation of their friends who
"put in an appearance" on this occasion.
The vanguard indulged in a general shak
ing of hands with Mr. and Mis. Foster, nnd
soon after, commenced arraying themselves
with military piecission Inside tlio house,
while the sterner sex were being drenched
outside by a pelting rain storm, but all
things have an end, and the rear of the
column In a short tlmo were making them
selves perfectly nt home under the shelter
ing roof tree of Mr. and Mrs. Robbins.
After the customary salutations had
passed Mr. anil Mrs. Foster were called lo
"the front," and addressed by Mrs. It. F.
Cowing, who spoke substantially as fol
lows :
.mi:s. towixa's Amms.
IikIuh and (lentkmeii : Had I even
dreamed at an earlier hour, what was ex-
iccteii Horn me tins evening, i might lmc
icen tempted to menare a sneech for Ibis
occasion. Rut tiie Iriends who bad tho
matter In charge probably did not rcnlio
the dillleiiltics, we ladies, who have domes
tic cares labor under, in being so suddenly
and unexpectedly called to perform that,
which would seem to belong ton profes
sional man, nnd not to un improfcbsionul
uro-man.
To you, then, dear friends. Mr. and Mrs.
Foster I will saw that we have assembled
here this evening to extend to you a friend
ly greeting, nnd to glvo your our very best
wishes for your success and prosperity In
the future, nnd in addition to this, I nm re
oucsted to present to you both In behalf of
the first Univcrsalist Parish and Church, in
Chester, this package of money, that yon
may nave a joint souvenir to remind you oi
the friends in this town which has been for
many years tho scene of your Inborn, joys
and sorrow s ; and may you receive It in the
samo spirit as that which prompted the
donors to tender it.
Kind friend. Mr. Foster, vou will nlease
accept this Watch, w hich w e hope will not
only truthfully "mark Iho time," hut will
ever prove a constant reminder, each day,
and hourly, of the friends you leave behind.
Wo trust you will i rlze it, not for Its in
trinsic value alone, hut for tho memories
and associations which will cluster around
It, for with ono exception, every male
member of tho parish nnd church, havo
contributed toward this "timely" testimo
nial. We would not have you think all
your friends here on this Interesting occa
sion, belong to the organization just men
tioned ; others have nobly come forward
and contributed their mite toward this
"monitor of time," thus assuring you of
their kindly feelings.
As you go from us, be assured our pray
ers shall ascend to Him who ruleth over
tho destinies of mankind, that amid the
dangers seen nnd unseen, you, nnd your
companion in life's journey, who has ever
been found a faithful sentinel nt tho post ot
duty, may bo guided and protected by the
Great Mnster who guides and protects us
nil. and at last when for us, tho sunset of
llfo has lengthened Into tw ilight shadows,
and Is fast fadlug into midnight darkness,
and our earthly illgrimage is closing, may
we place our iclianco upon tho Olivine
Master, feeling that when tho curtain which
hides from ns tho unknown mysteries
which await nil, that wo shall peacefully
cross tho bitter wnteis, and meet in that
better land, where, trouble and sorrow never
come, nnd tho furowell word is never
spoken,
Mr. ami Mrs. Foster were deeply affect
ed by this surprising testimonial, and Mr.
Foster could scarcely find words to express
his feelings and respond for himself nml
companion. Mr. Foster is swin to go to a
new Held of labor to assist in carrying on
tho work of tlio "Great Master," his Is an
important and responsible position, but
tlio past Is n Mitllcleut guarauteo that It has
been committed to competent and faithful
hands.
The alKivo testimonial not only conveys
the appreciation of his friends here, of
his labors ns a man and nn embassador of
Christ, but it will servo also to commend
ldm to tho public among whom ho is to
dwell, as ono worthy of their confidence
nnd rcsjiect. Notwithstanding discordant
elements havo been ntwoik outside the
church and parish of which Mr. Foster has
been tho piutor, hu leaves tho church and
parish In n prosperous nnd harmonious con
dition, nud tlio members thereof lalxiring in
n sph it of unity and harmony for tlio up
building of the cause of Christ.
Tho watch presented on the occasion is
ono of Appleton & Tracy's best silver
watches, and was procured at the jew dis
establishment of 0. M. Maxlleld, Main
street, nnd is valued at sixty-two dollars.
Tho packago presented to Mr. and Mrs.
Foster ns a joint souvenir contained fifty
nine dollars. Nearly one hundred persons
were present to witness tho presentation,
which was n complete surpiisu to Mr. and
Mrs. Foster, nnd a perfect success on tho
part of tho projectors. Thus passed ono of
thoso pleasant occasions which servo as
mllo posts lu tho llfo nnd history of indi
viduals. Scitmo.
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