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TI1J4 RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1878.
('in uiiil Si nf Imi'iil.
A true American Is too promi to bog niul
too honest to steal. Ho gels trusted.
Josh Killings call n dam "a bullions
plant growing nn the under side of the
Our veteran remarks that in the army
they were never troubled by mollis pro
bably on account of the quantity of camp
"Let the toast be, dear woman I" as tho
man said to his wife, when ho wanted to eat
it nil himself.
Do not kick every stone In the path.
Moro miles can bo made In a day by going
steadily on than by stopping.
A noetic Hibernian explains that love is
commonly spoken 01 as n name. uit
it Is u tinder sentiment.
A domestic bavins been sent to purchase,
a bottle of capers, forgot her errand, and
asked for a bottle of frolics.
A missing man was lately advertised for,
1111,1 flninrlliml 119 harlnirn Human nose. Ho
won't bo found. Such a nose as that will
never turn up.
Hero's the new style of thing in the Illi
nois papers: Miss S. 1!. ltaymond declines
in be a candidate fur n member of the Hoard
ot Education In Hloomlngton."
California housewives describes soda as
"that ere stnll' which you put in biscuits to
make cm get up nml urccian iiciui mem
It Is a little singular how much valuable
. time a man will take up studying the post
mark of a letter to see where it comes from,
when be can open the letter and find out at
When von see a dead man In the road
with long hair, no underclothing, and his
hunts inn over at the heel, you may be unite
ennhMont it is u licwsiinncr man, murdered
for Ins money.
At a niirit niecling the other night a gen
tleman requested the medium to ask what
amusements wore must popular in the spirit
world. 'J lie reply was "Heading of obituary
A telescope has been erected which bring:
the moon within eighty miles of the earth
The people up in Goshen, who manufacture
cheese for a living, arc propcily alarmed at
this, and have called a town meeting.
A mm who has u red-headed sivecthcnr
nildivssed her as "Sweet Auburn lovelies
of Hie plain." Sweet Auburn got mad about
it, She objected to being classed among
the ''plain," oicn though called the loveli
e-t nl' them,
Fill-in ami ('union.
When to skim and when to churn, an
two verv imnortnnt points. There Is tome
ilillerenee in opinion about this among but
ter makers generally, but none, we believe
.initimr tli j few makers of fancy butter,
Thi'v all skim their milk sweet, .just before
emnim'. nr immediatelv after it begins t
fliniiiTo. and churn the cream when it is
slightly sour. There is a delicious flavor
nliniit butter made from sweet cream, but
it la wild not sliehtlv soured, liy leltiu;
milk Maud after it begins to sour, a little
mure cr am is obtained: but the additional
miiiiunt Is the poorest cream that rises, and
t inev Hitter matters no 1101 mum me in
create of quantity sufficient to compensat
fur t bo loss in the duality ot tno ouiior
The very best butter that it is possible to
make must lie cnurneii irom cream mai n
nut stood over twelve hours. This is tl:
main secret of cheese factories, that skim
only the night s milk, getting some Hv
cents a pound more fjr their cheese than
our best dairies bring. The best cream
rises first, because it is composed of tl
larirnst elobules. which are richer and light.
er in proportion to their bulk than the
smaller ulo uilcs. wiucit rise last, wcuc
licve that, with proper care, all tho cream
can bo obtained from tho milk before it
sours, and that, if skimmed sweet, tho
cream will always make the finest flavored
We should let the cream stand and get
but slightly sour b fore churning, so as to
fix tho small a lottnt of albumen it con
tains, hut not sour enough to convert all
"V 'ilk sugar into laetio. If tho acid
,ii.',Vn -,$8 to much, as is mos
ft. m-nniy hurts ti:
tho oil into liquid, cats it up, and thcrel".
causes waste, as welt as injures mo nuun
In cheese making one can completely niv
,.nvnrl1 (lin rhneso. SO that It Will llO 111
most destitute of butter; but you will sec
only a small part of tlio butter nso on m
whey vat. What too much acid does w mo
Kr in cheese making it will
, felnl do the s
u7 '"".."cannot make a batch of
wuii uuiui. cream-tasting solid and flne-
".Ca butter out of a batch of very sour
Jream. As in checso making so in butter
making care must be taken that the acid
does not go too far. Do not let your milk
lopper before you skim it, nor your cream
get more than unmistakably sour beforo
you churn it, it you want to make a fancy
article of butter that will bring n fancy
rnr.jiAsu.NT ilowi:i! nuns.
To save time and labor of reshaping
nower iieus every springvAriicn ninue in tlio
sod lay out the form you wisii them, take
off tho surface to the depth of eighteen
inches, cut the sido straight down, set large
long-shaped stones edgewise around, even
and upright, supporting each other firmly,
preserving tno samo Height anovo the sur.
rounding suiface. Tho stones should stand
six inches above; this will prevent tlio grass
growing into tho bed. Iteplaco the sod to
the height of one foot; fill up with soil nnd
compost, raising the centre eighteen niche
higher than the edge. Dressed up, and
rich soil added every spring, you have a
bed that will last over twenty years Tho
stone sides keep the roots of tho plants
moist, and enables them to stand the heat
nnd drought of tlio summer.
cooKun jiiut ron rowi.s.
Fowls, as HI ns dogs, become quarrel-
som It on raw meat, ticsnies, cook,
ing makes it moro nutritious When raw-
it is rather hash and crude, compared with
llie mild, natural diet ot worms and grubs,
which are, for tho most part, soft and easi
ly dissolved by digestion.
Occasionally, for variety, it littlo iuit
may be given raw. Fish, when plenty, is
inoro conveniently given boiled, because in
that state tho fowls easily pick every mor
se from tho bones, and no mincing is re
quired. Chandlers' scraps have tho advan
tage ol being already cooked, and on Hint
account, as well as many others, they are
excellent, J'oultiy Wurlil.
m:i:i run kaiu.y yi'.iir.TAin.i:.
For e.irly plants and vegetables of all
kinds obtain seed that has been grown as
far north as possible. Northern Canada
corn will come to perfection in a southern
Mill two or three weeks earlier than the in
digenous itself. The northern season be
ing shorter, nature adapts Itsclt to tho ex
igency and hurries up Hie growth; tho
plants will retain the Inllueneo of this stim
ulus until in tho courso of two or three
years they become acclimated in their new
A hanging purdeu of spongo is one of tho
latest novelties In household gardening,
Tako a white spongo nnd sow it full of rice,
oats or wheat, l'laco it for a week or ten
days In a shallow dish, and as tho spongo
will absorb the moisture tho seeds will be
gin to sprout before many days. When
this lias fairly taken place the spongo may
bo suspended by means of cords from a
hook In tho top of tho window where a lit
tle sun will enter. It will thus become a
living mass of green, requiring a littlo oc
Di-vru viiost Seli Vaccination. Per
sons who prefer to run tho risk of perform
ing surgical operations upon themselves
rather than Incur tho cxponso of employing
a doctor, should tako warning from tho t'ato
of n, young mau named Hcrron, who re
cently died near Hamburg, Iowa, from tho
effects of n bungling attempt to vncclnato
himself, He had procured somo virus from
tho arm of his sister, who had decn vac
cinated by a regular physician sovcral days
previously, nnd placed it in an ugly gash
ninilo in his own arm for its reception. To
prevent the matter from getting but be took
a piece ot iiamp newspaper mm bound it
upon the wound. In a few days afterward
lie. arm began to get still anil exceedingly
alnful ! but the symptoms were not those
of cow-pox. A doctor having been Anally
scut tor. made an examination 01 me wound
and found that mortification had set In.
Amputation of the limb was subsequently
ncrlormcd. The shock, however, proved
too great for tho strength of tho young man,
nnd death occurred shortly afterward.
Manhood SuTiii.UiK. A monstrous de
monstration was recently made In favor of
manhood sull'rago at Newcastle-upon-Tyne,
itigianu. wnu Hundred ami uiiny hum
,ind Englishmen met there to talk about
and iietltiou for their rights. Foremost in
this political movement were tho miners of
Northumberland and Durham, being the
people who are chiefly aggrieved by the
present distinction between tho qualifica
tion for electors In boroughs and in coun
ties, but the trades unions and republicans
of a largo section swelled tho number of
thoe in attendance and added to tho polit
ical significance of tho movement. One
plank of the manhood movement Is thus
announced in tho resolutions of tho mect-
U!;: "That tho only true and satisfactory
settlement on which Impartial franchise can
bo based is manhood, and that tborc can be
no full, free and fair representation of tho
pcoplo except by tho apportionment of the
members to population." This Is quite as
advanced a position on tho suffrage ques
tion us has ever been taken by the Hepub-
lican party in this country, and tno earnest
ness with which It is being nressed in line-
land shows that it will soon be a subject of
which l'aillamcnt will be forced to take
f A Tali. Column. The papers say that n
l'hilnilelphia miiniiiaciurer is preparing a
plan for a column, one thousand feet high,
to be convtru.'ted entirely of iron, in open
work, from tlio summit of which the grounds
of tho Centennial reposition are to boillu
initialed by means ot a Druminond light;
and, in true Ynnkcc style, it is boasted that
will be tlio lollicst structure in the world.
Hut it will not necessarily be the most beau
tiful, which is better worth trying for. Tlio
tallest thing of the kind now m existence
is the open-work central spire of the Cath
edral at Itoueii, In France, erected n few-
years ago to replace the ono destroyed by
lightning in WJi and nothing uglier was
ever thrust in llie face of heaven. The
builders were determined to make It n few
feet higher than the celebrated spire of
Strasburg C athedral, but their work is as
hideous as that of the incdici-val architect is
stately and magnificent. Probably the next
biuliest works of man's hands are two chim
neys of clicuiic.il works in Glasgow, one of
which is "IS nnd the other 150 feet high,
These have nn architectural pretensions,
of course, hut they are quite as line in their
way as Hunker Hill Monument, which
from a little distance, looks like a stone
chimney among tho surrounding brick ones
of manufacturing establishments.
Rr.vivmi. The old question ns to who
M t fire to and liurneil the city ot rolinniiia,
South Carolina, during tho war, has been
revived nnd is argued with much confidence
of assertion on either side. 1 he inovin
cause to this illsciisslfm is that large rccla
mations nro to ho made on the government
for tho value of the cotton huincd, on the
ground that the city was fired by the Uni
ted Slates soldiers without orders.
vom'lcs and voitisionu.
it T. 0 A D K N ,
Wholesale and Itctatl Dealers In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED FRUITS, PICKLES, Ac,
AND FANCY (IOODS,
Also, Dealers in
'ii'LS, DRESS MOODS,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, ,lc t.
An ussui Uncut ot
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Constantly on hand.
AGENTS FOE .MAIL
STEAMERS TO AN
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT ON THE
hanks of England, nti:r.AND, scotlan:
CORNER FI(i:i(IHT AND EVELYN NTH.
1 8 fi 7 . 18 7 3
O I, I) it e D S T O It E .
UllOUfillTHS AND lnOYIXONS
CIII'AI' FOlt CASH.
inayltr .Meuciiants' How.
JOSEPH II. GUV,
S. HAYWAHD & CO., .
(IIIOCIJRILS, PROVISIONS, HAY AND WOOD.
WASUINfiTONST,, RfTLAKIl, VT.
I. T ON MAII K E T,
DUNTON Sc HAYWAHD
All Muds of Meats, Fish, Vegetables and
Fruits In I heir season.
KlngsleyA; Spraguo's Illock, Merchants' Row.
PETER V. MuMANUS,
G It O 0 E It ,
And dealer In
No. 1)3 West St., HUTI.AND, VT.
RATTY'S N A II OH
JlJ Crosso s lllackwell's
Worcestershire isauco. Nabob Sauce. In fact
nearly oil kinds of English l'lckles can bo found
at I). W. MARSHALL'S
PRUNELLAS, PRUNES, CHERRIES,
X Peaches, lllockberrles, Hasnbcrrics,riums
Huckleberries. Also, all kinds of fruits In cans,
forsalont II. W. MARSHALL,
uiuyld&wly (irovo street, Rutland, Vt.
T7LK HORN & MAGNOLIA
JUJ very choice, for salo at
II. W. MAHSHALL'H'S,
"milE REST SHIRTS I EVER HAD."
X This Is what they say of .
V.. N. MURItlAM'B 1'JiRFJXT FITTINQ SIIIUTB.
CIPHINU CATALOGUE OF
fj I'ATERNB for Ladles' and Clilldrcns1
ments, Just received ot
K. N. MKRRIAM'S.
JIANGS AND ORGANS TO RENT
L nt H. N. MKRHIAM'H.
Also repairing and tuning.
(Nothing & $irnWtlnrj (tfoortjs.
T. K N tc I) It K W
Ale lust homo from New Yoil; olid lloston
Willi the largest anil liest selected slock of
HKADY mam: clothing,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
liver shown In Rutland.
Prices will bo as low as the lowest. Thcso
goods are bought for CASH and will bo Hold
CU8 T O M 0 h O T II I N G
A large line ot CLOTHS to select from. A
CUTTKU that cannot be beat In Vermont.
TRUNKS AND HAGS.
ALLEN k DREW,
Howman A- Co.'s Oi.n
ST Merchants' How.
CENTRAL HOUSE CORNER
Tho Place to Huy
For our CUSTOM DUI'AltTMKNT wn linvn
jusi receivcu a run line or
Which wo shall make up to measure at
Call early and make selections.
II. W. KINOSLEY,
Central House Corner,
- RUTLAND, VT.
RING AND SUMMER
ULO T II I N 0 ,
IN All, STVI.K3,
FOlt MEN AND BOYS' WEAR,
JUST 11KCKI Villi.
Sf-EXTRA SIZES A Sl'ECIALTY.aj
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS AND VALISES.
Tho best stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Fine Whltn and Fancy
MADE TO OlinEll.
A. O. CUNNINGHAM,
No. 6 Center street, (opposlto depot.)
PECK it HENJAMIN'S
0 L O THIN G STO R E ,
Where you can always find tlio largest and best
assortment of stylish
READY MADE CLOTHING,
HATS CAPS, GENTS' FURNISIIINQ GOODS,
TRUNKS, SATCHELS, &c
And save sa per cent, on every nrtldo you buy at
I'ECK fS HENJAMIN'S
(Ori'LAK BQUAllK IIBAUKO
GREEN MOUNTAIN ClAlTIIINO STORK.
1, CINTKU HrilKKT,
Sootjs nml pilous.
HOOTS AND SIHins, AT No. 47,
Having mailo such nirangemenls Willi New
Knglandand New York manufacturers as en
ables us to olTcr to tlio pcoplo ot Rutland county,
a slock of goods which cannot fall to meet the
wants of all. Wo cordially Invito an examina
tion, nnd respeel fully beg a share of patronage.
Also having lnado arrangements with 51. M.
Albeo to tako cliargn ot this branch of our busi
ness, nnd oversee tho Custom Woik, wo shall
always bo prepared to lake measures, and man
ufacture lo order all kinds ot pegged and sowed
work, for cither Gentlemen, Ijnlles or Children's
wear, our terms will always bo casli, and shall
therefore bo nblo to sell as low ns any parties In
(IROCUItlUS AND PROVISION'S.
This department of our trado wo shall still
conl lime; materially adding to our stock during
ino next lew nays, ins our iiiit-uiiuu tu m-u,
the very best goodsthat can bo found, and shall
..,.... ut.l.-n f.. I,,, nl.tn In u.,11 19 f flu' na llllV
i-r.ntllt Wn are ncents for l'cntleld. I.von
jt- ivvm l-'iniir. wldeh is acknowledged bv all to
bo equal It not superior to any brand raid In this
marser, nnunre noieio sen at uie erj luni-si.
TI'AS. Wo call especial attention to our tens
and think wo nro ablo lo supply them at low
irlces ana ot excellent quaiuy.
CANNUD (JOODS Of all kinds, from the cry
best Packers In tlio country.
Evcrvllilng belonelng to Fancy Groceries con
stantly kept In stock.
MERCHANTS' ROW, RUT1-AND, VT.
May l, 1S73. dtf
T R E C
E I V H D
A H-I.L STOCK Of
HOOTS, SHOES AND RUllllERS,
at w. i:. noss'
No. n, Mkiiciiants' Row,
Which will be sold cry cheap for cash.
Find, comes the child that cannot talk.
Hut thinks, somctlnies, he'd like to walk;
Ills feet In seeks lie can't endure,
Hut longs for something more secure.
Then tako lihn out some pleasant day,
And call nt Ross' on jour way ;
A pair of shoes, to suit ids mtlid,
When j on are there jou'll easy nnd.
Next comes I ho youth o'er which you fret,
because his feet are always wet ;
The reason why his shoes are Jioor
And do not keep his feet secure.
'1 hen go to Ross and get a pair
That j on are sure has got t ho w ear.
They suit the child, no moro he'll cry,
llecauso his feet are warm and dry.
The next, a Miss, w llh shining eyes,
Who thinks her boots are qullo a pi 170
They set so neat and look so trim,
They make her foot look very slim.
The stj lo Is new the pi Ico Is low
You'll lliid such now on Merchants' Row;
Five thu number and Ross tho name ;
He'll suit you, too, If any can.
Then comes the gent that looks so prim,
Ills clot liea are all j on seo of him.
Tho tailor made htm all complete,
Hut Mr. Ross has dressed his feet.
To seo lilm now would make ou laugh,
Head and feet the same, both show the calf.
Then comes the man who shows Ids semo
lly buj lug boots nt less expense.
Re takes n pair that's good and strong,
That wears lull well and lasts lilm long.
Ho purchased them nt Ross store,
And when they're gone he'll get some moro
The lady loo, who'll reason use,
Will go to Ross and buy her shoes.
Tho price Is small, the goods aro good,
And that's n thing wull understood.
Her bargain's good, she'll near complain.
And when they're gone she'll come again.
There's Rubbers too, In every sts lo ,
As good ns you'll llnd for many a mile.
Thick boots that suit tho fanner's cj e,
And when ho sees he'll surely buy;
For tho soles are thick, the legs are long.
And tho seams are sewed both neat strong.
So If you wish to trade, please go
To Ross' Store, on Mel chants' JVow. '
$lUHnfru and anrt) (Soote.
ARROWS ii MITCHELL,
"i-essors to Fuencii & ltAiioows.)
PROSPECTUS FOR 1BTJ.
As wo haio worn no disguises In tho positive
come with no promise of a now sensation. We
shall olTcrj on no cunningly deilsed fables to
tickle your fancy, nor take a fresh departure In
unbeaten paths to relievo tlio monotony ot
trutli-telllng. Fornearly Fifteen Yearswehavo
held to tho samo principles, nnd wo llnd them
all unworn by the lapso ot time.
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
All orders entrusted lo our caro will be
J'llOMITt.r ASH CAIIKI'ULLY VII.I.Ul).
HARROWS is MITCHELL,
NO. lit MERCHANTS' ROW.
LRERT W. IIIGOINS,
MERCHANTS' ROW, UNDER HATES HOUSE,
oners for snlo a full stock ot
THE I'INKST LINK OF
FANCY AND TOIL K T GOODS
To bo found In nny Drug Storo In Vermont
NAIL IIHUSIIES, COMI1S, Ac.
Pomades and Hnlr Oils cosinctlques and
Toilet Powders, Ac, Ac, Ac.
Just received n largo stock of Traveling and
Which wo offer Low for Cash.
Call and cxamlno our slock ot
Which wo will guarantco la tho largest and
finest In tho State. Now Is tho tlmo
pin vou KVKll TUV
IIIGOINS' SUPERIOR COLOGNE WATERI
IT IS TI1K BkST,
A. AY. II I OU INS,
4t Merchant!)' How, .... RUTLAND, Vt,
LORE PAPER COMPANY,
I'UIII.ISIIEHS PRINTERS, HTATIONJ'IIS
tihAXii nooK MAXUKwritiiuns;
Haling purchased the Wholesale Paper and
Stationery business ot II. A. Sawyer, nnd tho
Print Ing business of .Lis. K. Mc Lean, Willi tlio
addition of n complete llook-lllndery, they have
consolidated the whole Into one business, and
moled the same Into the new and commodious
"Globe building," erected especially for tho
tisoof the Company.
Willi ono ot tho most coinpleto Printing De
partments of nny establishment In tho State,
under the supervision of ono of the best practical
piintcrs In tho country, they aro prepared lo do
nil kinds of plain and ornamental work In tho
most approved manner and on short notice.
Our Jobbing Department will compilso full
lines of Writing Papers, "njoth folded nnd Hal,
Envelopes, (Note, Letter and oniclnl,) Wank
Hooks ot every description, School Hooks,
Slates, Pens, Pencils, Inks, Law lll.mks, Cut
lery, Wrapping Papers ot nil kinds, Paper Hags,
Flour Sacks, Twines nnd Cordage, Wooden
Ware, .Matches, Ilrushes, Illacklng, Hlueing,
AC, Ac. This Department will bo found well
slocked nnd worthy the attention of close buy-
The Illndery will be under llie charge of ono
of the most thorough workmen to bo found In
llie Stale, and all work will be executed In the
best stj le nnd with dispatch.
Willi men of long experience In charge, nnd
wllh extensive facilities for conducting Iheli
business In Its several depaitments, they pre
sent ono of the mast complete establishments
of tho kind to be found outside the elites, and
solicit tho patronago ot tho Public, feeling con
lldent that they can Insure the wants of all
upon tho most favorable terms.
GLOHE PAPER CO.
jOOICS, STATIONERY A;0.
SPAULDING ic CO.
Have a largo stock of Hooks consisting of
Of different sires ondstjles,
Pocket Hlbles and Testaments, large and small,
it.i er hooks, iiynin hooks, iievoiionai
Hooks, and nil thu lxmulnr books
ot the day rccelicd as soon
JUVENILE HOOKS AND TOY HOOKS,
Games, llackgainmon Hoards, Chess and Checker
FRENCH ENGLISH nnd
Of the latest styles, plain and tinted.
1XI1IAI. STAMl'INO DONK TO 011IIE1I.
Inks In Illack, violet, Dluo and Carmine.
Pens, Pen-holders, Pencils, Slates, Pocket Hooks
nnu nueis, i.aiues- i-orie-inonnaies, uracK
cts, Hall Pockets, Towel Racks, slipper
Cases, Illacklng cases, Easle.'s Hook
Slides and Shelves, Jewel Stands
and Iloxcs In Carved Wood,
-Match Safes, Writing
Desks nnd Work
Materials for Wax Flowers, Glass Shades, Vases,
Parian statuary, Hronzo Groups
and Vases.stcreoscopcsand views.Photographs,
l.iuiograpus, meet j.ngraviugs
In Voliel, Holly Wood, Ac. All klndsof Pietur
Framing dono to order and In tho best st j lc.
N II W S D E 1 O T .
Dally and Weekly Papers supplied.
i t. i.i, n,i wishing goods In our lino to call
and examine Urn wV. hHoto purchasing.
SPAULDING & CO.,
No. 1. Meuciiants' Row, RUTLAND, VT
Jg O O K S AND S T A T I O N E R Y,
PRINTING AND RINDING,
PAPER HAGS AND AYRAPPING
PAPER HANGINGS, &c.
All persons In search of tho best placo to pro
cure any of tho abovo articles or wish any work
performed In connection with tlio largest
HLANK HOOK MANUFACTURING
ESTABLISHMENT IN THE STATE,
Will Had It to their advantago to call upon, or
TUTTLE A: CO.,
"Hook A Pen Sign," 1 11 Centkk Sthekt,
Hi:iiA!.D lll'IUUNO, RUTLAND, VT.
,E LIFE ASSURANCE
OF THE UNTED STATES.
NEW HUSINESS IN 1S72,
Exceeding that of nny other Company In tho
$10, 073, .104.
Tho following Hoard of omccrs has been or
gunl7.ed for tho purjKiso of giving
Hoth to tho Society nnd Policy Holders
THAN ANY OTHER COMPANY
SENTED IN VERMONT.
THIS I.AUOr. AND HUCOIISSFIII, COMPANY
Is now placed In nearly tho samo relation to tho
pcoplo In this vicinity as that of a Home Com
pany. LOCAL ADVISORY HOAllD OF DIRECTORS.
J. N. llAXTKll,
N, I. SIMONS,
J. A. MEAD, M. 1'.,
W, G. VEAZKV,
J. M. Haven,
GEO, It. HOTTCJI,
C. L. STI1ISON,
J. W. ClIAMTON,
J, A. HllELllON,
N, L. Davis.
MASON & VAUGHN,
(lENEUAt. AUEN1H, ItUTLANU, VT.
IT F. HIDLON, next tloor to Hcnvlck
lit Hotel, center street, has opened a now
and choice lino ot FANCY GOODS, which ho Is
prepared to olTcr nt Ids usual low prices,
stores, ami Sin Wave.
UNN A: CRAMTON,
Manufacturers of nil Kinds of
and dealers In
PLANISHED, HHITANNIA, JAPAN, GLASS
AND WOODEN WAKES
of every description.
IlliOOMS, HRUSIIES AND 1IASKETS,
nnd n general assortment of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Special facilities) for Jobbing all kinds of
TIN AND GLASS WARE.
C JTAH Kinds of nun kh taKcn In evchange fur
NO. 11 MERCHANTS' ROW.
Rutland, Vt., May t, 1ST3. myldtf
E M O V A L
S. (I. Slnlev. ot the laic mm of Slalev ,fc LlP-
phicotl, has ri'iiioied his business from No. 37
Center St., In No. Yi Merchanls Row, where ho
has funned a Copartnership with Messrs. Dunn
A ('nihil, ni, under I ho linn name ot S. (1. Slaley
I Co. lie will lie pieaseu in seo all otnisoiii
customers, and ns many new ones as will fawn'
nun wnn a can.
H T A L E Y it 0 O .
No, p., Mkkchvnts' Row,
STOVES AND HOT AIR FURNACES,
The Slewarl and New American Conking
Sloies, for linlli Mnnl nnd coal, constantly on
n.111,1. .imiitiiac! met s oi nnu ueaiersiu
COPPER, TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE.
P L IT M H I N G
In all lis branches, ll.il it Tubs, Water closet
Gas and Water Piping, and l ltlingsot
TIN ROOFING AND .TOURING
Of all kinds promptly attended to. None but
skillful and reliable workmen employed.
AU. WOr.K WAIWASTKD.
1IKHKMCEI1, 2 IIOOIlS K01ITII 01' TIlEOI'EIlA IIOl'SE,
111- S. G. STALKY At CO.
DIAMOND AND RUIJY FURNACIi
Jamei .1. Lawitim, I'atcntec.
For Healing Churches, School-Houses, Public
Uulldlngs, nnd 1'rlvnto Residences.
FULLER, WARREN A CO.,
Manufacturers, Tnov, N. Y.
branch Houses New York, Cleavclond and
Chicago. s. o. STALEY & Co., Agents.
T T J'irnt J'temittm Am. ins. 1S71.
Dotiblo Elevated Oven, Warming Closet,
liiolllng Door, Fender Guard, Dumping and
Shaking Grate, Direct Draft.
FULLER, WARREN A CO.,
Manufacturers, Tnov, N.Y.
branch Houses New York, Cleveland, and
Chicago. S. tl. STALEY & CO,, Agents.
gTEAM STONE CUTTER COMPANY,
Solo proprietors and manufacturers of tho
STONE CHANNELING 01! (JUARRYING MA
CHINE, For cut I Ins
stono Into vailous sizes and dl-
IN ALL KINDS OF QUAIUHHS.
OFFICE AND SUOrS,
JOHN W. CRAMTON, Pres't.
GEoitni: e. royce, Trcas.
CHARLES CLARK, ScCy.
GEO. J. WARDWELL, Supt.
IRON AND STEEL, OLD
Marble Saws and Currency taken In ex
change tor Nails tit tho
huytdsm RUTLAND NAIL WORKS.
West ot Lincoln Iron Works.
J.J It. DYER,
NO. 15 MERCHANTS' ROW,
Iron and Lead Pipe, Portable and Stationary En
gines ; ltotnry Slcam, Force and Cistern Pumps ;
Loalheratul ltubber Heltlug; Rubber Unsound
Packing; Rubber overcoats, Gloves and Mit
tens; Sleamiind WnterOatiges; Water, Steam
and Gas Fillings, and Fixtures, all kinds ; Flax
and Soapstono Packing; Cotton Waste, Plumb
STEAM, WATER AND GAS FITTING
Dono nt short notice, and at prices adapted to
Rutland, May 1, 1S73.
LOOK.-S. CLEMENS, NEAR THE
Fair Ground, Rutland, Vt sells applo
trees of leading varieties nt 25 cents each.
Strawberry Plauis, Wilson's Seedlings, tfl.ooper
WO. Clinton Grnpo Vines, lis cents each. As
paragus roots, 8 ears old, fl.oo per lno. Also,
an assortment of Green House Plants, nt low
rates. Geraniums, doublo and single, piano
nud .onnlo at from HI to 20 cents each.
Use Kciiuo's PaliiOillline; Magic Oil.
" Jt worlt tile a Charm,"
Sato to nso and delicious to cure Colds.
Sato to use nnd delicious to euro Cramps.
Sato to use nnd delicious to euro Catarrh.
Safe to uso and delicious to euro Contusions.
Hafo to uso and delicious to euro Colic
Safe to uso and delicious to euro Croup.
Sato to uso and delicious to euro Cough.
For Soro Throat, mix ltenno's Maglo Oil with
water, and uso for gargling tho throat, nnd in
severe cases swathe tho throat at bed tlmo with
three or four thicknesses of llannclwet with
the Maglo Oil. This prevents bronchial dim
culty, and cures canker In tho Throat and
Stomach, nnd promotes digestion,
Rcnno's I'aln-Kllllng Maglo oil Neuralgia.
Renne's I'aln-Kllllng Maglo oil sciatica,
ltenno's l'aln-Kllllng Magic oil Chilblains.
Itenne's l'aln-Kllllng Maglo Oil Sprains,
ltenno's Paln-Kllllng Maglo oil Headache,
ltenno's l'aln-Kltllng Maglo Oil Toothache.
no suro and get tho genuine. Sold by nil hon
est nnd prosperous druggists, merchants and
grocers. Manufactured only by WM, 1I1SNNE
S SONS, l'lttstlcld, Mass.
riAKAS, from BO cents to $1.75; also fresh
J. UUHlllU LUl l i'.l., nt
II. w. MAIIHIf AT.I.H
Comer ot Grove and West st
iLAGE I'ROPERTY FOR SALE.
Tho Subscriber wishing lo cinrntrc
isiness oilers ins i;i."iii.,ni i
'or Sale, This farm fnimiil, Known ns the
ALVIN II. JONES PLACE,
Ml it ilntl nl I ho east end or Pink Street. The
lew frnin I ia rrsldciicc Is gmiitl and hut sel-
iiu siirhnssf . '1 lie iiuuiuiuch in ing on enougn
lev at Inn to iill'mil one ol Um- i i.-uh nr this i
n ensant and enleiiirm in: Mllie'i'. In be found.
n.iin rin in i nni.inri i.iiiii i i a, in.n ii tiiiiiiu
ml, a greater ti.nl of whirl! H unili'i u nigh
r.tnti! nr i ultlvatluii.
, lino tinmen, null. Tries. Shrubbery. Ac.
re situated near llie house.
l ids arm li a School Lni. thus lank ug tho
ncs on II much Iuiwt limn other laud.
1 111! lions- M ni i III III" I'nllHirnl on 1 111 I"
and tin school hii llltli , . 'he muiii- ,ii' unsiir-
iisscii. I no (inn I'd s.-ii , ,
, r Hi'.in,i,ii beliu, a1
gnnd ns the Hint.' .ifi n .
The ll.-jvii hull n i., ,
shin t ill Hi tiler a 'rnuil i
,,(,! Ill' holm ,
l!r. n,r , i,m ,-,,u ,., ,1k
I Ids propel l
pre. Ions to thu Hist uf Join , w 111 'jr some one
n ntro bargain, ps he is nlidn,, In ;!e exlra In-
dllceinenlH In euerl nsi i' n iN i in1
The iiiu-cliaser run bin lliestnek niiilJiirming 1
ools I lint are nn the iiliiee. nr nut. lul ns In-
may choose. For fiiilliiTiinrllculars Inquire ot
C. C. DUNN, on the tuclnlscs.
Ilrniulon, Vt., May 1. majuiswim
JJ'AHM FOR SALE.
The snbsei lbers orfrr fur snlh llinh' r.il'ln. sit
uated about two miles from the illlairo of Hi'l-
lows Falls, on the Chester l-oad, well Known
JOHN CLARK FARM,
Containing about three bundled and lltty acres
of land; two dwelling houses, three barns and
two tenant houses, near the railroad track.
The tenant houses are new. The large farm
house has been thoroughl icpnlrcd and palnt-
eu, w ii ji ni'w iu:ia in iioui. nun enn, new iioni
fence, nil Hi tho most substantial and tasteful
manner, making it n desirable residence,
Neat'lvihree-rouillisof n mile of new water nine
from a never-falling fountain supplies nil I ho
OVER TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
has been expended within Hie past two years
on buildings and fences, bcsldfs the lenanl
houses. Tlio hind Is adapted to the raising of
an Minis oi eiops. .-.nine nny acres nieweu
uuapieii lor looaeeo. -ineiiiuii is now limiera
good state ot cultivation, bv haling been fed
out a large amount ot hay and grain Hie past
two jears, which has been brought on the
pince, ui'siiies uiai, which me mini lias pro
duced, 'llie eastern line s the Connect cut
Hi cr ami the mint In) Ing westerly, dlilded lnlo
pasture and tillage land, with n stilllclent, sup-
,ij ui nnm in i -nn- jirciiiisi-s. Miiinien so ni'iir
ho Ullage of Heltons Falls a illlago growing
more ratildlv than iinvnlape rltnin ilu stntp.
aiidwlth lis unllnilted waler power, which Is
not in-iiiji iiiiinou'ii, iniisi eoniinuo to increase
In a still larger propoi lion In the future makes
it ino most, desirable farm in lliesntiarts. Pns-
session given immediately, excent the m l
yard, and that In one year. Inqulio ot the sub-
M.-HUCI-S mi uiu premises; or .losepn Wilson,
in m ui . n iiMin ,v n., nc.ir i no oepoi ; or n u-
iicr x uopKiti", nt M est Rupert, Vt.
WILDER & HOPKINS.
Hollows Falls, May 1, 1ST3.
A D.IOl'RNED SALE OF RU1LDING
XX. LOTS AT AUCTION.
The sale of building lots on and near Jackson
avenue, lu the southeast, pait of the Ullage of
Rutland, stands adjourned to Saturday, May
Hi, at I o'clock p. la., on account of the absence
of the auctioneer. The sale of fifteen lots on
the Mh Inst., to scleral nf the business men of
the town, nt fair prices. Is an earnest that the
inlue ot this properly Is duly estimated by a
discerning piione. r.eieiai duellings are to oe
erected the present season on lots already sold.
Oier thirty lots, averaging In valuo with the
others, remain unsold, thus nllordlngn faiora
ble opportunity for lndlildiials to purchase for
iniiiieiiiaio occupancy, or iiivesuucni. wnn
i lew lo future advancement of values.
Grateful for past encouragement, tlio sub
scriber solicits the attention of the public lo
tno iavorauio opportunities ei remaining.
Rutland, May 1, mi. myl-d'Jd
GEORGE C. NEWMAN,
R E A L E STAT E 1! It O K E R .
Office : Dcrbj 's Illock, 2d Floor Front.
First class vlllago nnd farm nronertv for sale
and to let. Money to loan on notes, mortgages,
nie puucica nnu oilier iippioicii secillllies.
13ASTURE LAND IN PITTSFORD
X For sale or rent. Ono bundled and twenty-
niu iicies oi nun i-.ir, u iu.miid local eu ono nnu
niin-lmir mllnw frnni lMttsfMi-,! Vlllnfrrt A.l,l,rca
or call on H. P. HITCHCOCK, under National
iianiv oi iiiiiiaiiti. iiuiiaiid, i t. -iia)tti
VERMONT CENTRAL AND RUT-
T LAND RAILROADS.
On and after Monday, Dec uth, 1872, trains
wm i mi iia louuus, ionium & excepted; :
00INO SOUTH AND EAST.
. Leave Rutland at 12:W and -1:30 a. in., and 12:10
unit ii:m. i. in.
MAIL. Leave Ogdcnsburg nt C:10 p. in., St.
Albans at 0:20 n. in., liui'llueton nt s:lo n. in..
Port Henry at 8:35 n. in., Rutland nt 12:10 p. m.,
Hollows Falls at iao p. m., an li Inz at New Lon
don nt 'J:30 p. m connecting with steamer for
NEW YORK EXPRESS.-Lcaves St Albans nt
S:3i) a. nt., Hurllngton H):oa a. m., nrrlilng lu
Rutland nl 12:50 li. m.
NIGHT EXPRESS. Leaves Ogdcnsburg at 12
m., Platlsbtirg 3:30 p. in., Montreal 3:3op. in.,
rti. dunn-, :,ju ji. in., ri. .iiuillM p. 111., 1IUI-
llngton i):lo p. m., Rutland 12:50 n. in., Hellows
Falls, 3:25 a. in., arm Ing at New London nt 11:15
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Hurllngton at 2:20 p.
m Port Henry 2:00 p. m.. nrrlilng in Rutland
at 7:15 p. in. Leal cs Rutland at 4:30 a. m., Hel
lows Falls 7:J5 a. m (accommodation train), ar
riving nt New London at 5:10 p. in.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Rutland at 5:00 p. m.,
arriving In Dcllows Falls at 9:20 p. m.
Leaves Rutland nt 1:50 and S:oo a. m., and 2:30
and 5:05 p. m.
MAIL. Leaies New London at 5:00 a. in.,
Snrlnglleld 8:00 a.m., lloslon 7:30 a. m., Helton s
lulls 12m., Rutland 2:30 p.m., arriving at Port
Henry at 7:35 p. m., lliirllngton ft:2ii p. m.. St.
Albans C:to p. m., Montreal 0:15 p.m., Ogdcns
burg 1:45 a. m., making connections with trains
for tho West.
EXPRESS Leaves Rutland nt 5:05 p.m., ar
riving at Port Henry at 7:35 p. m., bt. Albans nt
0:15 ii. m.
NIGHT EXPEESS.-Lenves New London nt
:w p. in., bprliigileld at s:io p. m., connecting
wllh train leai lug New York nt a:oo p. ni.. Del
lows Falls 11:20 p. in., connecting with train
leaving lloston at 5:30 p. m., Rutland 1:50 n. m..
Hurllngton 4:50 a.m., St. Albans 0:20, arriving
In -Montreal nt 9:45 a. m., Plattshtirg at 12:ou in
and Ogdensburg at 12:15 p. m., connecting with
trains for tho West.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Rutland nt 6:00 a. in.,
arriving nt Port Henry at 9:50 a. m. Leaio Hur
Ington at 9:on a. m., St. Albans 12:00 m., nrrli
lng In Ogdcnsburg nt 8:10 p. ui. and St. Julius at
B:M p. in.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Hollows Falls at 1:50
a. m., nrrli lng In Rutland nt 9:00 a. in.
ACL'051M01)AT10N.-Leaics New I-ondon nt
8:10 a. m., Hellows Falls5:35p.m., (mixed train.)
arriving fn Rutland at 8:35 p! m. "
Trains lcavo Hurllngton going cast, for Mont
pcdlcr, fee, nt 0:55 a.m., 12:30 p. m. and 7:45 p. m.
.Tlia'n?.,,eav1 I'cl'ows Falls going noiili, for
Ji 'J.t0 Illve.r Junction, Ac, at s:30 a.m. and
12:h m., and 6:35 and 11:20 p. m.
connections. At Rntianil with Rensselaer &
Saratoga and Ilnrlem Extension liallronds; at
Hellows Falls with Choshlro Railroad: nt south
i ernon with Connecticut River Railroad.
SJSlccplngcnrsaroattnchodto night trains
between St, Albans and Troy, and llurlltigion
and lloston. GYLES .MERIIII.I,
St. Albans. VI.. sept, sotli, 1S72. m''"'
JJARLE.AI EXTENSION RAILROAD.
O II A N G H OF T I M E .
1SI2, FALL ARRANGEMENTS. 1S72.
on and after Sunday, Octobcr20th, 1S7S, trains
will run ns follows!
MIXED. leaves Rutland nt 3:00 a.m., con
nectlng at Slato Lino with train for Troy.
, MA1U Leaves Rutland wis n. m., andmak
Ing closo connections nt Chatham 4 Corners
with trains for New York, Albany, Hudson, and
both east and west on II. K A. It. It.
MIXED. Lenvo Rutland at 2.20 p. m to Hcn
nlnglon and Troy.
SUNDAY -MILK TRAIN (wllh passenger car
attnchcU). Leaves Rutland at s.i a. m.
Rutland to New York
" to Albany
" to Hudson, ...
ttNo lay over checks given.
ARRIVE AT RUTLAND.
Mall, 10,00 p. m.j Mixed, 12.10 p,
F. C. WHITE, Supt.
llutlond, Oct, 19, 1872. ma) ldiwtf
TIAAGS. AVo hnvo now In stock mi assort
X mcnt ot Dennlson's Patent Direction
Labels and Merchandise Tags, w hich wo 11 111
bcH at manufacturer's prices.
Wo havo also a good stock ot " Phillip's So
curlty Hook-Tags," a very convenient und ser
viceable nrtlclo for merchants: Among Its ad
vantages arc: Goods can bo moro readily mark,
ed than by any other menus; tho tag Is so se
curely locked that It cannot becomo detached
from tho goods; no chance ot tho tag becoming
detnehed from tho hook; no points projecting
to tear other goods or your lingers. They nro
sate, Blrong and cheap. Call and cxamlno
them. GLOHE PAPER CO,
1 It A N C I s c o s
Representing fifteen of tho largest and
Strongest Companies In llie United Slates and
GENERAL AGENCY FOR VERMONT
LYCOMING FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Have ls&ued policies for THIRTV-Tliuun
YEARS, and paid oier t!,42l,s.i.in! for losses.
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.
IN THE WORLD.
INCOME LAST YEAR, 41,000,403 00
Policies on Iho
CASH OR MUTUAL PLAN,
FOlt RUTLAND AND ADDISON COUNTIES
FARMERS' MUTU L FIRE INS. CO.
THE 11F.ST COMPANY IN THE STATE FOlt
tl" insures nothing lut detached dwellings,
barns and contents.
lly this plan, FARMERS' only pay for losses
on h'A if jt I'JiorJillTl'. No hazardous prop
erly Insured by this company.