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IJ a i n t a 8 i o n a
(). T. V. It () H S,
. Manufacturer of nnd Dealer In
FINISHING LUMHER, NIIIN(4I,t:s. I.AT1I,
11..11 i.u.xiiiin, itii n-inil.T. l.li.MIHHI.
D001iS,SASII, 1IL1NDS, MOULD
INGS, HRACKETS, WIN
DOW FRAMES A:
Scroll Haw Ins of nil kinds, Planing, Matching
nnil Glazing (lono to order. Yard and Mill cor
ner ot Union nnd Furnace Streets, near Frelirht
JeOl, JlllliailU, i. .-unjiu.Ewain,
SHOW CASES, CORNER, CLOCK
nndMnntlc Shelves inado to order, with
i mm or .iiuiiiueo. elites. mini ii. i n sawcu in
uincrent si les at jiHAitnoilN'S
. (Irovo lllock.
TVTEW MOULDINGS FOR PICTURE
Xl Framing, Cliromos, Lithographs, nnd
lingrat ings at DEAHHORN'i
CURTAIN CORNICES OF MACK
U walnut, or all Gilt, mado to order. Cur
tain lungs, Tassels and cords. HEAHUOHN'S
TEARHORN IS AGENT FOR GAR1).
J Nun's Perforated Chalrseat, forrenuvnt-
mg over vau-nag or usu Doiiom cunirs.
Please to call and sec them.
Orovo lllock RUTLAND, Vt.
RUTLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholcsalo dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SKAT CHAIRS, 11E1).
STEADS AND CHAlIt STOCK.
Corner of West and Forest sts,
L. Atwood, Agt. O. c ItroiiLK.,, Treas.
T W. KING,
Manufacturer nnd wliolesalo and retail dealer In
SASH, DOOItS, ULINDS,
MOULDINGS, HRACKETS, AND HOUSE FUR
OF GVEHV IlESCUIrrlON.
FlJHNACK STIIKET, RUTLAND, VT.
Orders by mall or otherwise promptly attend
ed to. myldtf
.1. J. GUINDON,
Particular attention paid to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted. Shop on
WEST ST., NEAIl OLIVER MA11DLK W01IES,
mayldJm RUTLAND, YT.
IIOUSC, SHIN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
tlllAININCI AND DKCOKATlNO, IN ALI. STYLE.
Knlsomlnlngnnd Hard Woh1 Finishing, (Hazing
and (Uau3 Staining.
Martell's New Winding, Center Street,
Rutland, Vt. inayldlm
LINCOLN IKON WORKS.
MarbloMIll and Hoisting Machinery ot the
most Improved construction. Derricks nnd
pumping machinery, castings and general ma
steel and Iron Wlro Ropo nt Manufacturer's
Rutland, Vt., May 1, 1ST3. mayldlf
O. II. M O It E II O IT H K,
Opposltocentr.il Houso - - RUTLAND, Vt.
a HIE BEST SEWING MACHINE IN
. the world. We hato tried them. Can bo
bad at . E. n. MEERIAMU
gotds awl Sining aomjs.
jg A It D
C R A M T O N & S A L S B U It Y
Tho I1ARDWELL HOUSE Is located opposite
tho Depot and has long been favorably known
to tho traveling public. It has been recently
Improved, now utrnrdlng tho best and most
ample accommodation to guests.
Tho TA11LE will bo Mippllcd with nil tho
luxuries of tho Season, and every attention vt 111
bo paid to tho comfort ot Its patrons.
In tho future, as In tho past, tho Proprietors
Intend to mnko It n tlrst-class House affording
nil tho comforts of a homo to tho traveler. The
public patronago Is solicited.
A GOOD LIVERY In connection with tho
Attentlvo PORTERS will be found nt tho
Depot, on tho nrrlvul of all trains.
J. W. Chamton, j. a. Salsbuuy.
F A It M E It S ' HO T E L ,
FnmaiiT Stiieet, - RUTLAND, VT.
A FIRST CLASS
M E A T M A It K E T
IX HOTEL JlUIUHNCl.
mayld3m J, E. JOHNSON, Piioriiiuroit.
J. W. FISHER'S
NEW DINING It O O M S ,
central Houso lllock, Merchants' Row,
Warm Meals served at all hours of tho day
and evening. mayldJm
J. F. STINSON'S
Qulnn's Mock, Oppostto tho Depot,
Warm Meals served nt nil hours of tho day
nnd evening. mayldlw
N E W DINING HALL,
In rooms formerly occupied by .1, W. Fisher.
KINGSLEV Sl'HAUUE'S 1IL0CIC,
WARM MEALS IIEItVED AT AM. HOURS.
A. II. H AAV LEY,
COXTUACTOIt AXI 1'HACTWAL ShATKIl,
Ijo Is preparod to do nil work promptly and
....... " -'"Hti iv u. i. iiijiiifH suiru
on Merchants' Row, or at tho Hardwoll House.
Iteertneet Rockwood Uarrett. Rutland t L. M.
Mason, President of First National Hank, De-
irou, jiiicingan; nun, J. u. Marvin, Saratoga
Merchants uslnir printed wrnnnlmr win .in
well to consult us before ordering, as wo make
as low figures as Now York or ItusUjn Houses,
nnd glm bettor nccominodntlons In assorting
lots, while a great saving can bo mado on
imgui. ui.uuii I'Al'ISK CO.
OM'ocrvU'j:.' and giwistonji.
T it T. 0 A 1) E N ,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED FRUITS, l'K.'KI.EH, Ac.,
AND FANCY (1001m,
Also, Dealers In
DRY GOODS, SHAWLS, DRESS GOODS,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, Ac, AC.
An assortment ot
GENTS' FUIiNlSIIING GOODS
Constantly on hand.
AGENTS FOR MAIL STEAMERS TO AND
tlTDllAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT ON Till
HANKS OF ENGLAND, IRELAND, SCOTLAND
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN STS.
RATTY'S NAlJOll PICKLES.
JJ Crosso & lllackwcll's Pickles, Halford's
oreesiereniro muce, Js'aiioi) sauce, In fact
nearly alt kinds of English Pickles ran be round
at II. W. MARSHALL'S
PRUNELLAS, PItUNES, CIIEIJlilES,
Peaches, Illockberrles, Ras)ilieri'Ies,Pliiins
Huckleberries. Also, all kinds of n ulls In cans
forsalont. . l. W. MAIIHIIAI.L,
mayld&wly Grove street, Rutland, Vt.
I7LK IIOIJN t MAGNOLIA FLOUlt
-J very choice, roc sale nt.
ajldtwly II. W. MARSHALL'S'S.
18 0 7. 187.'!.
O L I) It E I) S T O I! E .
auooKiirm axd vjiovimoxn,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
mayltf MkhciianW How.
JOSEPH II. GUY,
S. HAYWARD t CO.,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HAY AND WOOD.
Washinotox St., HirrMsn, Vt.
U L T O N M A It K E T,
DUNTON X HAYWARD
All kinds of Meats. Fish. Voirelaliles and
rrults In their season.
Klngsley & Sprague's lllock, Jlerchanls' Row.
PETEIt F. MnMANUS,
O It O C E It ,
And dealer In
P It O V 1 S I O N S ,
NO. 03 West St., RUTLAND, VT.
HOLESALE FHUIT DEPOT.
Tho Subscriber has mado nrrantreinents to
receive all kinds of
by tho car-load direct from first hands in New
York and lloston, and Is prepared to nil orders
from Dealers In Rutland and from on Ihn lines
or Railroads centering here, at tho Iiwest
vt iiuicsiuu rules.
ORANGES AND LEMONS
Repacked nnd Warranted as represented.
I am nlso prenared to nay tho hlL-hcst cash
prlco tor Potatoes to ship to Mai kct. .
E. P. HITCHCOCK,
Omwslto tho Depot, RUTLAND.
Wholesale dealer In
CALIFORNIA WINES AND 11RANDY.
DlrOliTEIt AND WHOLESALE PEALElt
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
Tim nttontlnn rtt 'I'mrn Arrnntu I'livRlplnNH
and Druggists Is especially called to our wines,
as ineynro unsurpassed rnr medical puriwscs,
coming from ono of tho oldest vineyards In
California. All goods guaranteed puro nnd Hat-
Isfactory, or to bo returned at my expense.
COltNEIl I'ltEiailT AND EVELYN, STS.,
(Undou d Huntoon'H lllock,)
Rutland, Vt. myltr
EN'S ItUHHEIt HOOTS, 3.7n, nt
u, w, i;uiuiii.h.-i, no. u, jnerciianis'
LADIES' WHITE KID SLIPPEH8, nt
O. W. CumtlEit's, No. I), Merchants' Row.
SPUING STYLES OF FItENCH KID
Shoes, 3 to fu, at
O. W. CURRIEIt'S.
Slippers, only tl, at
O. W. CURRIER'S.
ENS' CALF HOOTS, 3.60 tt SCOO
ui. uiucueupcasiibiorc, no, u, Aieicuaius-
ENS' KIP. TAP-SOIiE. HAND
MADE HOOTS, 3.7ti, atNo. 0, Jlerchanls'
JUTLANI) MAKHIiE COMPANY,
W1IOI.U8AI.U DKAI.KISS IS
II LOCK tc SAWED MA HULK.
L N. I1AXTEI1, Supt. WEST RUTLAND, Vt.
All tho grades of Rutland Marble, In tho
slinuof slabs or various thicknesses required
for Furniture, Mantel, and Decorative Work, ns
well as Cemetery uses; nlso cubic Stock ror
Monumental nnd Ilulldlng purposes, Including
liases, nirijis, nun rosis, may uc rounu in our
jam in an nines.
Our evlenslvn nrrnncreinenls ror the liroduc.
Hon of Mnible. In tho war of Ouamluir Ma.
rhlnerv. nnd .Mills comnrlslnir thli tv-lwo lrnmrs
ill MlllH, lUIU'O 111 HI IKlSlllUll IO HUJipiV lilt)
wants of tho Trade. Wholesale nnd Retail
Dealers, llullilers. Kurnlture-Men. anil pen
oral Manufacturers will find It to their Interest
10 rnor us mm ineir onion.
RUTLAND MARI1LK CO.
LIVEIt MAltHIiE AND GKANlTIr
W ORKS OF
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN MARHLK
TA11LETS, FONTS, AC,
To order In any pari of the United Stales with
out risk to tho purchaser.
All work executed by tills Eslabllshmen Is
done In Ihe most Tiioitoruit and autistic
So largo a proport Ion of our work Is now going
Into tho City Cemeteries In successful competi
tion with tho best city manufacture.! that our
product s aro as famous and conspicuous for their
excellence, In Greenwood Cemetery of New
York, Rural Cemetery of Philadelphia, and
many ot tho Western Cities, as throughout Ver
mont. And wo present the faet ot our constant
ly Increasing business, justified by tho unikium
excellence of our work during the past llvo
years, as the surest guaranty purchasers ran
have of our faithfulness In tho future.
Q.REAT CLOSING OUT SALE!
TIIKlin WILL T.E OI'ENCII AT
NO. 9 MERCHANTS' HOW,
On or alwut May Slh, a largo block of
G E N E It A L MERC II A N I) I S E ,
Which will bo
SOLI) AT COS'
cr.oHt: our a hum .v.'.v.s.
Full Particulars noon.
GEORGE W. CHAPLAIN, Jr.,
IlUTLAsn, April 50th.
L L I N G F O R D .
A , HILL & SON
Will open on Monday, May Mb, tho new
Over their store, where will bo displayed an
elegant slock ot Pattern Hats, Ribbons, Flow
ers, Frames, Hats, Ac. New York Goods at
Walllngford prices. Also Mens' and Hoys' Hats
Having enlarged and Improved our
Wo shall open on tho samo day, our Spring
MEN'S', COVS' AND C1I1LIKE8, Bl'lTS.
Can give a good business bult for f 10, nnd wo
have n good Hue of liner good. Elegant coats
and Vesta und Nobby Pants.sWo have rcmod
And can now orfer a full slock of ijnlles'.MIsses'
mid Children's Shoes, Ruhberu uiuksiliv
Iiersj nlso, Men's nnd Hoys'
Hoots nnd Shoes.
Wo ha o a now lot ot
0 R O O K E 11 Y
JUUJH'.t, lllsvj 111 niuvk, iituanwiui, mil tm mi",
Grass Seed and Flour. Wo can glvo Ihobest
oi bargains in
GROCERIES AND FAMILY SUPPLIES.
Como nnd get 8 lbs. of.lho best whltrSugnr for
II, nud good Jupau Tea for 01 cents. (N. II. Wo
huvusoino not us good ror so cents.) llulwo
cannot give you a list or our goods or prices, so
juit uiiitiL euu on us unu beu jur uiirBcitcb.
A. HILL & SON,
W A L L I N G F O R D
A SPLENDID LOT OF NEW HRAII).
i L 1NG DESIGNS, also ALPHA11ETS, Just ro-
E. N. MEHRIAM'H,
ItUTLAND, VT., IfRIDAY
Watrufji and gffflrji
rii O T II K
T H O U S A N. D S
THAT WILL HEAD
THE Rl'TLAND GL0I1K,
Allow us toaaythat
U It ST O R
IS STILL OM
MERCHANTS' HOW, NEAR THE HEE-1I1VE,
V I N E WATCHES.
As Merchant Jewelers, wo propose alwajs to
bo iost,ed nnd stocked with nrtlcles or
ARTISTIC AND INTRINSIC WORTH.
SOLID SILVER GOODS '
From Gorham .t Co., always Sterling.
11 T (,' If P L A T Kn WA 11 11 f! ,
CLOCKS, SPECTACLE, AC, AC
HEN K. CHASE Ac CO.
n. i7. f
It A I L E Y k P A R M E N T E R S
S I L V E R S M I T II S .
Watches vwr offert'il In IIiIh murki't. ('
(10 LI) CHAIN'S.
In larco SUDnlV. finbrnnlnt? m-orr v.irlrt ni
.) E W E L R Y ,
In rich abundance, and moro coming.
SILVEIl I'LtTEl) AND STEEL, 10 II TAULK USE. ,
Our slock Is large, nnd wo sell nt low price!.
S I L V E It G O O I) S .
mi.vki: hi'odns or mm ouk M.smuvn'i!t.
ROGERS' 1IROTIIERS PLATED FORKS I
AND SPOONS. I
Tea Sets, Castors, Ac, all tho best i
S P 1JCTA C LES
To lit those who cannot sen well.
A new thing without frames. Very dcslrabf.
Call and see for yourselves ut
1IA1LEY AND PAHMENTERS', 1
17 Mekciiants' now,
OOI) NEWS !
WATCHES CHEAPER THAN EVER HEFfltE,
MARSHALL & CADY'S.
Who havo Just received a largo nnd cl?ant
stock, open cases with Hat glasses, in loth
Swiss and American, key und btem wlijcrs.
NEW ASSORTMENT OF CHAINS,
GOLD SETS, RINGS, PI. AC.
solid silver nnd Silver Plated Ware!
A lino lino of lllaek Jowelry In horn nil Jet.
Cull ut tho old stand of Clark Ilros. & Mishall,
corner Merchants' Row and West street.l
mayldsm MARSHALL Sc CDY.
DAMS it SON HAVE A
L stock of
WATCIUiS AND CHAINS,
JEWELRY, CLOCKS, BPKCTA'LIiS,
GUNS, CARTRIIK1ES, RASORI
SOLID SILVKK AND SILVEIl 1'l.lTtll f KK.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JKWLItY
Repaired In a workmanlike inanncrjind cn
grin lag executed neatly, 1
, Our cusuiinera will ilnd us over CI. Purk
hurst's store, up ono lllght or stairs, vit'ro our
rents como cheap, und wo can glvo ouimtrons
tho benefit ot It In our low prices. 7
Call and sco us at your earliest conwlonco.
ADAMS AND SON, I
NO. llltf MlKCIIANTS' Row, Ur Sjms.
P ITTSF O It D FURN OE,
J. PRICIIARD, rnoriiiEToj
CHARCOAL PIG Ilttf,
PIITSFORD, VT, .'mayldsin
M0KN1NG, MAY 9, 187ii.
Q.RAND .MUSICAL FESTIVAL.
To lie held nt the
TOWN HALL, RUTLAND, VT.,
.'ominenclngon Monday Eve., May IK, and clos
ing Friday Eve., May 10, isT.i, under the direc
tion ui mo eeieuriiieii roiuiucior
Mu. CARL ZERI1A1IN, of Hoston, Mass.
President, John N. H.tMer, Rutland, r. A.
I lsher, See. E. A. Morse, Treas. George A.
Mletzkle, .Musical Committee. On which occa
sion tho following eminent nrthls, whosu repu-
,1 Ulllttllll-M, It 111 itiiJt'iir,
Mine. Jennie Van ZANiiT.Prlma Donna, laleof
tho l'nrcpn Rosa English Company,
Mmr Jfi.E DeRvtiif.ii, Soprano of Dr. Chapln's
Church, Now York.
M. FiiANis Remmeiit?, ll.irlione of Trinity
Church, New York.
Mil. W. II. Fessknden, Tenor of tho llama
Mu. A.. I. Phillips', Tenor ot Burlington.
..Mil. Geo. A. Mietzke nnd Mn. S. C Mooiie,
rinnisis. l'mr. i:. ii. iiiiii.kv. orfronut. Tim
OERMANIA HAND, of lloston.
THE I.EIMNI1 tl'SirtlV1nf MioMffttn will nlun
UINU iai i.
THE LARGEST CHORUS
Ever assembled 111 Vermont will reniler Mm
uiorui nuisie, in n sijie not excelled ut nny
,..v.min jiiuii.111 aiiieiiiib. Ull riiuuy liner
noon, May loth,
FIVE HUNDRED PUPILS OF THE rUHLIC
Will liarllelnilte. niul thli tn mnnntlnn will
Iho appearance of the artists will make one ot
wiu iHt.-iis.iiiiei, icaiures oi llio fcsuvai.
THREE GRAND CONCERTS AND MATINEES,
On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
I.idy $1, Gentleman, J2, ndmlttlng to Chorus
SINGLE SEASON TICKETS, $3.
Admitting to all Rehearsals, Matinees nnd Con
certs. Matlneo tickets, tflcts. Concert Tickets, "nets.
Matinees commence precisely nt s o'clock r,
i. Concerts nt 8 p. m.
RANTER NATIONAL HANK,
If. IlkNllV IlAXTEII,
11. V. Iiiiiiioe,
J. N. lUXTEII,
T. W. PAIIK,
Geo. E. Rovce,
GEOIKIE If. IIOTTl'M,
J. W. CHASITON,
N. T. Sl'llAdfK, .111.
W. (J. DUNTON,
Made and remitted for nt Lonest Urates.
INtKllEST AI.IOlVEIl ON TIME DEPOSITS.
A general lunkln" and EKchani'o business
II.' HENitv Haxteii, Prest. J. N. Haxteii. V. Pivst.
. J1 (1li.RK R. Hoitum. Cashlr.
RATES' HOUSE CORNER.
MASON K JERKOWSKI
llavo Jusl openetl the largest sloek of
C L O T II 1 N G
Ever brought to Veiniont, Cast oft your old
clothes and buy ouo or our
stylish svi:tx; suits.
Wo hao them for all pi Ices, and villi sell any
thing In our Hue
TWENTY PER CENT. CHEAPER
Than any other Moro In the State. Don't go to
a store where their sloek has been handled
over, jearufteryear. Cuino where cutj thliigls
I'RIiSH AND NEW-NOTHING OLD.
A glanco at our block of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Will convluco you that tho Hates' House Corner
Store is thu only placo where tho slock of these
goods nro complete.
LAUIRS' AXl) (IKXT.f TliAVVUXO 11A(!H
ot every description.
HATS AND CAPS
Aro n leading arllclo with us, nnd this ac
counts for our
Of every stjlo and price. If you wish anything
In our line, call and get our prices: they will
convince you where to buy.
MASON H JERKOWSKI,
43 Merchants' How, under the Hates' House.
P It I N G O P E N I N G
OPERA CLOTHING, HOOT A Nil SHOE
E M P O R I U M ,
Meiichants' Row, ... Rutland, Vt.
A VATIC INS As CADY
llavo Just received rrom New York and Huston
Markets ono of Iho 1 1 nest lines of clothing ever
exhibited by nny Merchant lids sldoot Mendon
or Nuw York, consist lug or
MENS' HOYS' ANI YOUTHS' SUITINGS
Of every descrlpt!oii,iiianufactiired from
FINE ENGLISH CLOTHS,
Down to n Chcnp Cherry Valley,
JlOi'f? (U.O'rillNd A iSl'KOIAfl'Y.
trVIINlSIIIKII (100D9 DUrAllTUKNT (Oill'I.KTK.
Our Hoot and Shoo department consists of all
thu lutesl novelties ot tho season.
S P E 0 I A L T I E 8 ,
Flvo hundred nnd twenty-live trunks, very
low, having been bought before thorlso In gold.
Tno hundred and llvo pairs Womens' side
I.ico Hoots, is thread, nt 18. Sl?es from KVJ to 1.
Ono hundred and I Into pah s Womens' Hoots,
button, 10 thread, at tl.on,
Two hundred pairs Mens' Rubber Hoots, all
kinds, nt f 3.00,
In every department. Troublo to commence nt
I n. in. und continue until v p. in.
F. W. Watun, Wm. P, Cadv.
E E K S k 11 A R 1! E It
AT NO. 1, OPERA ROrsE lll.OCK,
Keepn full assortment of the fottonliig
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
FRENCH CHINA WAIti:
TAIILE GLASS WARE,
SILVER PLATED WARE,
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
TASSELS AND CORDS,
LAMPS AND LANTEHS,
Wholesale nnd Retail,
LAMP CHIMNEYS nnd HURNEItS,
Wholesale and Retail.
MATTE ASSES nnd LOUNGES, and
"lill'Wtt DONE TO ORDER,
HURNHAM As TEMPLE.
Wo nro Agents ror tho rollowlng first class
Uro Insurance companies.
. " 1ll,IHIO,IHHI
Home, :s. i
Insurance ot No. America, Phlla. '
National, Hartford "
'heso aro (lie best known or all fhe eoinnniileH
ni'iiAiiLiii in jiiii liiiiti. aim imiiiu ut; iiino
represented them fhey hare ,( vti.rt vttmty to
the citizens or Rutland und vlclnlly than all
tlier vintijmntei cnabtaea.
This record moves their stabllllv and ihelr
willingness to pay all proper claims.
Wo coiillilentlv ttxnert a rnnHnnnnrn nr llio
liberal nat numiro which these roiiiRinli's limn
alwn) s iceelved.
We also renresLMit Ihn Triivelern T.irentni in
cident Insuiaiiee Company. We gle a better
and cheaper lKillcy than any other Lire com
pany. Call nnd see.
HURNHAM Ar TEMPLE.
Ofllce, Opera House, Rutland, vt.
HARRY W. NYE'S
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY,
No. I, Merchants' Row, Rctland, Vt.
GENERAL AGT -ETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Flro Insiiranco In First Class Companies.
J 0. LEWIS,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, TOILET
ARTICLES, FANCY GOODS, LADIES'
I1ASKETS, ARTISTS' MATERIAL,
PAINTS, Oil, PAINTERS'
RUSH, WINDOW GLASS,
PUTTY, AC, AC
And tho best goods In my lino tho market
allords nro my specialties. Prices reasonable,
In consideration of quality.
nrpitESCRIITIONS carefully and correctly
NO. 2 MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND,
y ERMONT HOARD OF EDUCATION.
Skcuktahv's OmfE, 1
Hurllngton, April, 18I3.f
Tho Annual Session of tho
T E A C II E It S' I N S T I T U T E
For Rutland County, will bo held In tho
YILLAC1K OV WALLlXOFOlll),
Commencing on Monday, May 1!, at S o'clock, p.
m., and closing 011 tho Friday following.
Competent und experienced Instructors and
lecturers will bo present, nnd assist In conclud
In tho exercises.
Tho day sessions of tho Institute will ho de
voted to tho discussion and presentation of
methods or organizing, classify nig, governing,
ami teaching common schools.
A lecture may bo expected each ovcnlng.
An examination tor candidates tor Statu Cer
Uneaten will bo held during the session ot tho
Superintendents nro requested to notify orcry
teacher In their rospoctlfo towns, and lourgo
t hem to bo present at 0 ery session of tho Insti
tute. All friends of Education nro Invited to attend.
Clergjmen aro respectfully requested to glvo
notice of tho Institute, from their pulpits.
Freo return tickets will bo furnished to all
w ho pay full faro on tho Rutland Railroad In
coming to tho Institute,
JOHN II. FRENCH,
Invites llio ladles to call and oxnmliio n bid en
did assortment or
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED.
lllllllONS, LACK YKILH AND UA1I11KS,
Thread and (lulpuro Laces, Swiss Ties, Zephyr
und Worsted Embroideries, Hamburg
Edgings, Passumcuterles, Hair
Switches and Curls,
(1 lores, Corsots,
And n full lino ot
LADIES' AN11 INFANTS' UNDERWEAR,
And many novelties loo numerous to mention.
hc Jutland aily (Olobf.
FRIDAY .MORNING MAY !), 18711.
., , . .' . .
Quitu ii crowil nstcnililcd In our slreets
to-ilay to H'o fair play for a young man
wiiii nan neon swiiiiiieil liy tlirco blacklegs
11 nice Utile game of Uiice-faril monte In
tho Kcfno ilcpot. Thoy soon fouml n vk
tiin-ii young man wlio linppcncil to lio in
oS?;;;siia!7Tru sM uu:
out of lliiil dollars, 'iliey were nricsted,
und settled tlic iiffalr liy paying liack flf-
teen dollars, dividing tlio Imlamy liotwecn
themselves. They left
town In double
I ho authorities have issued oidcrs to nil
rum shops to close, their liars nt nine n. 111.
through the week, nnd keep them closed
oil theSaliliatli. Wo are- glad to see even
The fire alarm founded Wednesday eve
ning ami brought out n large crowd of pco
plo to sec the file. Tho hose wcte placed
upon tnc hydrants, nnd four streams of
water weie very quickly playing not.
howcicr, to extinguish a lire, Imt to wet
down our very dusty streets, which now
look cool ami lefrcshmg. Kcene has the
best water works in Iho Kl.,. ,l ,,1.1,
the nsslstaneo o'f our well-diilled firemen.
any lire can be extinguished in short order.
Kcene is in a prosperous condition, ami
within a short time we hope to see a large
and flourishing city. Miinurneluring Is
carried on largely, and is continually on
iV Haptlst church, co-ling about thirty
thousand dollars, Is to be creeled tills sen-
son, which will add greatly ,0 the appear-
unci! of Court street.
A new nnd elegant school building is In
contempiallmi, which will probably bo as
suiisinniiitl us any m Xew Hampshire.
A new map of Kcene is to be published
' 1 "lu
There 111 e si.xly-llve more fnmilies in
Krone than there were two years ago. P.
Tivw laiiipsliiro Hems.
I no semi-centennial exercises nt the
Adams Female Academy, nt Deny, will
be held on the first of July.
-Air. Ereklel Twomlily. the oldest rilicn
r ., , ' ,
of Newcastle, died on Monday. He was
ou fins in age.
The hotel at Marlboro has been bought
forl;C,-100 liyan assoeiation of the citizens,
who Intend to have It conducted on tcm -
Rev, Frank II. I.vford has been cnyaL'nl
o pivach at the Firew III It.intist. ('Iniirli
in i.acoiiiu, unu win iiegin next tsumiav.
FraiiKlfi.V'w'Ii.V wefii' Vi CoiVsUii.tuu.pie an" i
physician, some two years ago, lias liecomo
jrii.i.iii, oumu utii ti:tiin iiu, nils in;i.i)lliu
o wife of n Russian pliysician of the city
'.Ilroosa, Dr. John llnsln liy name.
Nashua was n.rmerly a part ,.f Dunsta-
Me, nud her citizens, actuated bv a filial
feeling, propose to join In the celebration
t the 2(M)th aniuwrsury of the mother
ton n next October.
1 he suit of Levi D. Jewell against the
Grand Trunk railway for S20.00O. for In.
lines, was ticcn leu nt Lancaster. Satimlnv
iCternoon, the 1urv awaidliiL' the nlainllff
Gen. R. N. Ralcheldcr. United States
Army, of Manchester, who was chief
(luaricnna.sterot the nrniv ot the l'otomae.
as been ordered to the division of Colmii-
)ia as chief ouartennaster on the stair of
uen. .leiierwm v. Davis, wim is in com
'I'liu Dntt'li Wiir lu Siiniiilrn.
Tho war between the Dutch and the Sul
tan of Atchin or Aeheeii, ns It is generally
put down upon tho map,, is helmr netivolv
prosecuted, according to tho latest advices,
Tho Dutch forces, under General Kochler.
mado n landing on tho eastern oast of the
Empire. They marched upon the Acliee-
ncse, nnd about the miildlo of last month
assaulted them as they lay entrenched in
forU before their capital. After desperate
ngiumg two ions were taken, but the troops
were repulsed before the main work, with
heavy losses, General Kochler being killed,
together with two hundred men. Tho
Dutch made good their position in the forts
occupied, and sent their wounded nnd sick
to l'nilaug, a settlement on tho coast to tho
southeast of where they were. At tho
latest advices they were besieging tho Sul
tan's palace, but were meeting witli stren
uous resistance. Sonio apprehension Is ex
pressed lest the contest should spread all
along the coast, accompanied witli a gu-
crma wanare. ino country Is mountain
ous, allbrdlng many facilities for defensive
operations, nccording to tlio cut and como
again methods of fighting practiced by theso
Malays They nro a people who aro not
very courageous in oll'eiisivo action, but nro
capable of vindictive retaliation, and will
fight with desperate fury when hard press-
eu. Alio 1-ngusii residents nt ft niraiHiro
nnd in tho Malay peninsula view tlio pros
pect with dismay, ns anything liko nn ex
tended war would seriously obstruct tho
vniuauie trade ot those regions.
Ono of tho pleasautest occasions which
our community has olfered in a long time,
occurred on Saturday evening last, nt the
residence nf Hon. (utitipu llrwi'v. nn
Stato street it being tho Slith aniversary of
his niarringo to Miss JIhtsev T.utnox.
Tlio gathering ot a largo number of our
intelligent and social people, of varying
nges nnd of every sect, would of itself have
proved highly interesting! but there wero
other considerations connected witli the oc
casion ot an unusual and noteworthy char
acter, anil especially siif?i?estlvo In these
latter days. Mr. Dewey was born nnd has
r,1"??:'.''':1,,';' . hl.C?W!?-
lllllj- 1111, 111U HUB UI1IUI1 M.I9 1U11IIVU, H1U
frdU of wlileh have been nine children
tin co sons nnd six daughters and nil of
them residing hero nnd present on tills oc
casion, in good mental und physical health.
nnd giving nbundnnt promiso of acting well
their respectlvo parts In tho world. It was
a sight to bo proud of that long row of
parents and children, reminding ono of
days long piutl Docs any parent shako hi.
bend at the thought of such responsibility f
If so, let us ndd, that the good order anil
dlsClplillO of tills household havo beCOIllO
proverbial j the largest demands of church,
ot education, and of society generally,
imvu uvvii luiiiuuiiy met i nun yet, so cheer
fully have their duties been borne, and o
sparingly nas imio enforced Ids penalties,
that a stranger could with dlfllculty havo
distinguished tho parents from tho older
children. Wo can but bellovo that tho
spontaneous; feeling of every ono present
was an nonor to those nohlo parents, who
havo done so so much for community, and
dono it so well. .Uoiitjvller Journal.
Political journals throughout tho West
nro (piito generally pledging themselves
to oppose ino re-cieciion oi any uongics.
man vho voted for tho back salary
,KI0K TIFKK13 CENTS.
(From Troy Tlmrs.j
ii:.vi u of .ii its. ur,x. wooi..
lir A llillf til tin. liiij stir .iiirli.
liirVr iih l lier
Sarah N, Wool, willow of the Inle
Maior Jen. John V.. W.i.,1. .11...1 1.
'n fi corner of First mid Ferry streets,
, ' i"niiiig ni nnoiii o'clock,
furvivcil her veneral.lo mi.l Ui.tlnRtil.liMl
liujlinnil nearly tlircc years nnil six monlln.
"ll01'8li "lie was an Invalid at the time oi-
viowly. For some month, pan s,o has
,Jt,(;n i" comparatively good health, nltliongii
S I,.0'ic1vi, "tiaUo to lenvc lier room. On
""""V '" nio mini 111. en. 0 fct In. She
was first seized wltfi vomiting, succeeded
v levernnu pnraiy.it, anil finally
tliat lethargic sleep which with her was the
end of all thing, earthly. She actually
slept herself nway passing so gently from
tho known to the unknown that thooho
watched with lier searcelv
act moment of her departure.
Mrs. Wool was ilesremleil from n iliiilt,.
Btil.heil family. Her ancestry, if not of
noble Mood in England, nt lent belonged
to tho aristocracy of the country. Her
grandfather, Col. Moulton of Connecticut,
and n brother, who was a clergyman, set
tled In till, country some years before the
Revolution, the former nt Stallbrd, where
"X ....' ' " , .rllm ,cnt. 01 11 Kcn,.le,"!m
er in a neighboring
village, where he erected n church at hi,
Own CXIieilSe. mill nrn.nrlirul llm Arnalno'j
word without feo or reward during the re
mainder of his life. When tho colonies
revolted Col. MoultoH raised n regiment in
which hi, three sons serve 1 ns privates.
One of them was Howard Moulton, the
father of Mrs. Wool. At the l,itiln ..r
Long Island two of tho son, were captured ;
but Ilownrd escaped, and for days wander
cd upon the iilaiul, sulnisting upon berries
the clouds, until Anally ho was surprised
v nji.tiy 01 ncssians ami nlso captured.
Ono of his captors struck him with his sa
bre, inflicting a sear which 1 in pfirrloi! wll Ii
111111 to ins grave. The vounir natr ot m
Z ? i 1 mKl ,1m'1 )lrs
in the Jersey prison sh in and then 11 1 ho
sugar house, where of course h u na nl..
jected to air the indignities and hardships
ouitvu-u iy mu iiuiiaies 01 tnose wretched
prison holes. Hi, lather, unaware of the
fate of his son, determined to seek him out,
and under a flag of truce entered the city.
......... uv ,Mt.-fc.t i.umiii-1 in mo Driusn army
Jhohttcr was' , i d d k T
ing the benefit of its mineral waters. Tin.
ff," , i " v"U,,"U'preJ ""-conipany
i,jm to the sugar house. Enterin" t hit
abode of misery nnd wretchedness" flio , if.
I ueer eaiieil mil inc Iiaino 01
I "nowAnn jioulto.v!
repeatedly, with no response, ami ihe fnb.
1 ur was a,uout 1,1 "'" "way in dis.ippoint-
ment, when tho youth, the mero skeleton
of his former self, crawled out from jiis
den and in faint tones answered to tho
name. The meeting between father and
son was so aHecting that even the llritish
Colonel was moved to tears. .The, s.iv)";iis
father in the army to tho, close of tho war.
tr.- i ur i. -
w?T,nrJ sr.0"",",niamed nnorplmn, Mary
White, a rich heiress of Connecticut, and
Wool's father visited Troy, then nn Insig
nificant village, and being impressed with
its location and other circumstances favor
ing tho development of n city here, ho re
moved his family to this nlace. It U anld
of him that ho brought moro money to Troy
than any of tho early settlers of tho place.
At any rate he was a man of enterprise,
and soon after arriving here built a hotel
upon the present sito of tho Troy Female
Seminary, which was known for many years
as "Moulton's Hotel," anil erected" s'tores
and other edifices in tho village. Subse
quently, through tlie bad management of a
brother, whom he h d taken into partner
ship, ho lost his property, and shortly af
terwards departed this life. Mrs. Moul
ton, although reared in atllucnee, being a
woman of great executive ability, rnnlln-
ued the hotel and succeeded in giving her
children tho advantages of the best polMi
nnd education ntlordcd in those days.
Sarah N. Moulton was mnri-lm! in .T..1..,
ji. v ooi, then a young merchant of Troy,
in 1810. Dr. Cue, tho first pastor of the
First Presbyterian church, united tho young
couple, and resided with them for some
luno in tno two story wooden house just
South of Gen. Wool's lato residence, where
they commenced housekeeping, A fire
swept away the fortune of tho young mer
chant, and the distant rumbling, of war
turned his thoughts to tho profession of
arms. Securing a Captain's commission,
lie soon afterwards found himself on the
frontier, in tho foro front of tho war of 1812,
in whit h at Plattsburgh and other fields lio
won such distinguished honor. Wo need
not trace his history here. At thu closo of
tho war Capt. Wool was appointod Inspec
tor General of tlio army, a position at that
time of great honor and importance. N
SOCIAL LU C
may bo said to havo commenced. Hor hus
band, when not inspecting tho distant posts
of tho army, was stationed in Washington.
whoro Mrs. Wool becamo ono cf tho most
noted ot the belles of tho Cnnitol. lier
great beauty, her charming wit and vivaci
ty, and, nbovo all, her consideration for tlio
feelings ot nil with whom she was associated,
mado lier a general favorite. She wa, ad
mired by all tho great men of thoso days
by Clay, Webster, Cass. Calhoun. Wrfeht.
and nbovo all by the celebrated John Run
dolph. In President Jackson's family she
was an informal guest, and it is said exer
cised a powerful influence over the mind of
' 10 "cro of hew Orleans,
It Is said that
she was one of tho most refined nnd beantt.
ful women nt tho Capital, and that her
graces of person were only equaled by tho
charms of her mind nnd conversation.
Theso characteristics she retained to tint
vory moment disease laid it s destroying
hand upon her. Gen. Wool fairly idolized
her, and though ho did not eurvlvo her ho
might havo said of lier with Tennyson j
"licUoU her there
As I iH'held her ero slut knew my heart;
My llrxt, last love; tho Idol of my jmiih,
Tho darling of my mnnhood, and alas I
Now tho must blessed memory of mine age!'1
Mrs. Wool left no children. Tho nron.
crty by tho will of Gen. Wool descend, tn
John Wool Griswold and other heirs. The
mother of the Into Hon. John A. Griswold
was tho sistorof Mrs. Wool, and Mrs. Is iac
11, Hart is her nelce.
Wo h.avn thus brlnily Mmr,.,! ,.t o... nr..
of thu deceased, without hating spoken of
her eleirnelop iw U il 1 nr ,if (I... I. .11..
enco sho exerted In society nnd In politics.'
This work wo Icavo for other hands. Cer-
tninly she was a remarkable woman, nnd
lined a largo space in tho public lltu of IhU
country. moving Hh her husband In the
circles if tho greatest of our statesmen and
heroes, and always winning tho admiration
of the learned, tho virtuous and the good.
She has gono tn join her husband in the
abode of tho bleiscd, nnd we doubt not
their union is perfect In bliss nnd joy eter
nal. TllU farmers' movement bus nenelnite.1
tho far South, and tho Patrons of llunbaiv
(try have organized granges in Georgia,
iiiuiHiiiia unu .Mississippi,