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VOL. I....NO. 10.
RUTLAND, VT., MONDAY MORNING, MAY 12, 1873.
PRICE THREE HUNTS.
P A I N T
o. t. cross,
Manufacturer of una Denier In
FINISHING LITMIIKK, SIIINOLKS, LATH,
AaH If ni'JIDUK I.U.Mlilhll,
DOORS, HASH, 11UNDH, MOULD
INGS, 1IRAOKETS, WIN
DOW FRAMES IC
Scroll Sawing or nil kinds, Planing, Matching
uuu wiitiitK uuuu iu uruer. i aru unti .miii cor
ner or Union and Furnace Streets, near Freight
m-jiui, jiuuuuu, i. .-uayiuwsm,
SHOW CASKS, CORNER, CLOCK
nnd Mantle Shelves mndo to order, with
l'lnln or Moulded edges. 1IICACKKTS sawed In
dirreront styles at DKAEliOltN'S
EW MOULDINGS FOR PIOTUHE
Framing, Chromos, Lithographs, nnd
CUHTAIN CORNICES OP BLACK
Walnut, or all Gilt, mado to order. Cur
tain Kings, Tassels nnd Cords. DEAlllloilN'H
DEARBORN IS AGENT FOR GAHD
NKH'S Perforated Chair Seat, for renovat
ing over cad-Flag or Rush bottom chairs.
Fleaso to call and ace them.
Orovo lllock RUTLAND, Vt.
KUTLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholcsato dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN BRAT CHAIRS, BED
STEADS AND CHAM STOCK.
Corner of West and Forest sts,
L. Aiwoon, Agt. O, C. Ruoolks, Treas.
J W. KING,
Manufacturer and wholesale nnd retail dealer In
SASH, DOOItS, BLINDS,
MOULDINGS, lilt ACKKTS, AND HOUSE FUR
OP KVE11V DESCRIPTION.
FCBNACK STKXET, ItUTLAND, Vt.
Orders by mall or otherwlso promptly attend
ed to. myldtt
J. J. GUINDON,
Particular attention paid to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted. Shop on
WEST ST., NEAR OLIVER MAKDLE WOBES,
mayld3m ItUTLAND, VT.
HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTEIt,
GKAtNINQ AND DECORATINO, IN ALL BTTLEfl.
Kalsomlnlng and Hard Wood Finishing, Glazing
and Glass Staining.
Martcll's New Building. Center Street,
Rutland, Vt. mayldlm
LINCOLN IRON WORKS.
Marble Mill nnd Hoisting Machinery of tho
most Improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings and general ma
steel nnd Iron Wlro Ropo at Manufacturer's
Rutland, Vt., May 1, 1S73. mayldtf
O. II. M O R E H O U S E,
Opposite Central House - - RUTLAND, Vt.
THE BEST SEWING MACHINE IN
tho world. Wo have tried them. Can bo
had at E. N. MERRIAM'S.
Tho HARD WELL HOUSE Is located opposite
tho Depot and has long been favorably known
to tho traveling public. It has been recently
Improved, now affording the best and most
ample accommodation to guests.
Tho TABLE will bo supplied with all tho
luxuries of tho Season, and overy attention will
bo paid to tho comfort of Its patrons.
In tho future, as In tho post, the Proprietors
Intend to make it a tlrst-claxs House affording
all the comforts of a home to tho traveler. Tho
public patronage Is solicited.
A (100D LIVERY In connection with tho
Attentive TORTERS will bo found at the
Depot, on tho arrival of all trains.
J, W. CKAMTUN,
J, A. Salsdcut,
FBEiam STREET, - ItUTLAND, VT.
A FIRST CLASS
IS IIOTBI. BUILDIKO.
mayldJm J. K. JOHNSON, Proprietor.
J W. FISHER'S
NEW DINING ROOMS,
Central Houso Block, Merchants' Row,
Warm Meals served at all hours of tho day
and evening. mayldSin
J. F. STINSON'S
Qulnn'a Block, Opposite tho Dcpot,1
RUTLAND, - VERMONT.
Warm Meals served at all hours of tho day
ami evening. . inuyiutw
NEW DINING II ALL,
In rooms formerly occupied by J. W. Fisher.
KINGSLEY i: Bl'RAGUE'H BLOCK,
WARM MEALS 'SERVED AT ALL HOURS.
A. H. HAAVLEY,
COXTIlACTOIl AXD I'll ACTIO Ah HLATXII,
He Is prepared to do all work promptly and
well. Orders can bo left at J. E. Glynu'n store
on Merchants' Row, or at tho Bardwell House.
Iteereneet-Uockwood Barrett, Rutland; L. M.
Mason, President of First National Bank, De
troit, Michigan; Hon. J. M. Marvin, Saratoga
3ILK HORN & MAGNOLIA FLOUR
li very cholco, for sato at
mayldAwly B. W. MARSIIALL'S'S.
ENS' 'CALF HOOTS, 3.no to 0.00
iu luocneapcasiiswrv, no. o, juercnants'
JTANDON & II UNTO ON,
Wholesalo and Itelnll Dealers In
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, &c, ico., &c.
A general Assortment of
BELTING, L A C I N O, Ac.
TIMOTHY, CLOVER, AND ALL
NOVA SCOTIA PLASTER,
LODI MANUFACTURING CO.W FOUDRETTE.
A FULL MSB OF
CHEAP. P O R OA S H
BARRETT'S OLD STORE,
S. J- L001'
Wholesalo dealer In
CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDY.
IWPOHTEll AND WHOLESALE DEALER
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
Tho attention of Town Agents, Physicians
and Druggists Is especially called to our wines,
as they aro unsurpassod for medical purposes,
coming from ono of the oldest vineyards In
California, All goods guaranteed puro and sat
isfactory, or to bo returned at my expense
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN, BT8.,
(Landon Jc Hun toon's Block,)
Rutland, Vt, myltf
Merchants uslnc m-lntnd wrnnDliiL' will do
well to consult us before orderlug, as wo make
as low figures as Now York or Boston Houses,
and give belter accommodations in assorting
lots, while a groat Having can bo mado 011
irelgut. GLOBE PAPER CO,
"Yyr E E K 8 & B A R B E R
AT NO. 1, OPERA HOUSE BLOCK,
Keep a full assortment of tho following
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
FRENCH CHINA WARE,
TABLE GLASS WARE,
SILVER PLATED WARE,
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
TASSELS AND CORDS,
LAMPS AND LANTERS,
Wholesale and Retail,
LAMP CHIMNEYS and BURNERS,
Wholesale and Retail.
MATTRASSES and LOUNGES, and
mayldtf DONE .TO ORDER.
BURNHAM & TEMPLE.
Wo aro Accnts for tho following first class
Fire Insurance Companies.
Aetna, Assets, W,ooo,ooo
Imperial " 8,000,000
Home, N. Y " 4,500,000
Royal, " 10,000,000
Hartford " 8,250,000
I nsuranco of No. America, Phlln. " !,S50,ooo
Franklin " 8,400,000
Phenlx, N. Y " 4,000,000
l'hccnlx, Hartford " l.eoo.ooo
Sprlnglleld, " 1,000,000
National, Hartford, " 600,000
Theso nro tho best known of all the companies
represented In Rutland, nnd since wo have
represented them they hate jmiJ more motwy to
tho cllUcns of Rutland and Uclnlty than all
other coinpanUa combined.
This record nroves their stability and their
willingness to pay all proper claims.
We confidently exDOCt a continuance, of tho
liberal patronago which theso companies havo
We also renresont tho Travelers Life and Ac
cident Insurance Company. We give a better
and cheaper policy than any other Llfo com
pany. Call and nee.
BURNHAM 4: TEMPLE.
Ofilce, Opera House, Rutland, vt.
HARRY W. NYE'S
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY,
No. 4, Merchants' Row, Rutland, Vt.
GENERAL AQT -ETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Fire lnsuranco In First Class Companies.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, TOILET
ARTICLES, FANCY GOODS, LADIES
BASKETS, ARTISTS' MATERIAL,
PAINTS, OIL, PAINTERS'
RUSH, WINDOW GLASS,
PUTTY, AC, AC.
And tho best goods In my lino tho market
arrords aro my specialties. Prices reasonable,
In consideration of quality.
rf-ntKSCRIPTIONS carefully and correctly
NO. 2 MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND,
TTEKMONT BOARD OF EDUCATION.
Secretary's Office, )
Tlio Annual Sosslon of tho
T E A O II E R 8 INSTITUTE
For Rutland County, will be held In tho
VILLA OK OF WALLIXOFOllD,
Commencing on Monday, May 11, at J o'clock, p.
m., and closing on tho Friday following.
Competent und experienced Instructors and
Lecturers will bo present, and assist In conclud
In tho exercises.
Tho day sessions of tho Institute will be do
voted to the discussion und presentation of
methods of organizing, classifying, governing,
and teaching common schools.
A lecture may bo expected each evening.
An examination for candidates for State Cer
tlllcates will bo hold during tho session of tho
Superintendents aro repucstcd to notify every
teacher In their respective towns, and to urge
them to bo present at oery session of the Insti
tute. All friends of Education are Invited to attend.
Clergymen nro respectfully requested to give
notice of the Institute, from their nulDlts.
Free return tickets will be furnished to all
who pay full fare on tho Rutland Railroad In
coming to tho Institute.
JOHN II. FRENCH,
Invites tho ladles to call and exomlno a splcn
did assortment of
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED.
ItlUIIOSd, LACK VKrlJI AND DA1IBE8,
Thread and Guipure Laces, Swiss Tics, Zephyr
uuu worsted ranDroiaenes, jiamuurg
Edgings, Passamcnterles, Hair
Switches and Curls,
And a full line of
LADIES' AND INFANTS' UNDEIIWKAH,
And many nou'llles too numerous to mention,
RAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL.
To bo held nt tho
TOWN HALL, RUTLAND, VT.,
Commencing on Monday Eve., May U, and clos
ing Friday Eve., May u, 1818, under tho direc
tion of the celebrated conductor
Mb. CARL ZERRAIIN, of Boston, Mass.
President, John N. Baxter, Rutland. F. A.
Fisher, sec. E. A. Morse, Treas. Oeorgo A.
Mlotzkle, Musical Committee on which occa
sion tho following eminent artists, whoso repu
tation Is unrivaled, will appear.
Mmo. Jennie Van Zandt, Prima Donna, late of
tho l'urepa Rosa English Company.
Miie Jcle DeRttuer, Soprano of Dr. Chopin's
Church, Now York.
M. Fbani Rehhebtz, Bnrltono of Trinity
Church, New York.
M11. W. II. Fessenden, Tenor of tho llama
Mr. A. J, PuiLLtrs, Tenor of Burlington.
Mn. Geo. A. Mibtzxk and Mr. S. C. Moobe,
Pianists. Prof. E. II. Hiolkt, Organist. Tho
GERMANIA BAND, of Boston.
Tin Leamko Musicians of tho Stato will also
THE LARGEST CHORUS
Ever nssombled In Vermont will render tho
Choral music. In a stylo not excelled at any
previous musical gathering, on Friday after
noon, May ictb,
FIVE HUNDRED PUPILS OF THE TUULIO
Will participate, nnd this, In connection with
tho anpearanco of the artists, will make one of
tho plcasantcst features of tho festival.
THREE GRAND CONCERTS AND MATINEES,
On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Lady 1, Gentleman, $2, admitting to Chorus
SINGLE SEASON TICKETS, 3.
Admitting to all Rehearsals, Matinees and Con
certs. Matinee tickets, so cts. Concert Tickets, is cts.
Matinees commenco precisely nt ix o'clock p.
m. Concerts at 8 p. m.
BAXTER NATIONAL BANK,
- - $300,000.
II. Henry- Baxter,
II. V. Tvriuini
J. W. CRAVTON,
N. T. SriunuE, J 11.
W. C. DUNTON,
W. C. Landon.
J. N. Baxter,
1, W. PARE,
Geo. e. Hoyce,
ueoroe r. bottum,
Mado nnd remitted for at Lowest Urates.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS.
A ceneral Bankln? and Kxchnntrn business
II. Henry Baxter, Prest. J. N. Baxter, V. Prest.
Geokoe It. Bottum. Coshlr.
ES' HOUSE CORNER.
MASON Jt JERKOWSKI
Havo Just opened tho largest stock of
Ever brought to Vermont. Cast off your old
clothes and buy one of our
uti'lisu srnixa suits.
Wo havo them for all prices, and will sell any
thing In our lino
TWENTY PER CENT. CHEAPER
Than any othor store In tho State. Don't go to
u store where their stock has been handled
over, year after year. Como where everything Is
FRESH AND NEW-NOTHING OLD.
A glance at our stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Will convince you that the Bates' House Corner
Store Is the only place where tho stock of these
goods aro complete.
LADIES' AXD Oi'.Vr.V TllAVKLIXO DA US
of every description.
HATS AND CAPS
Aro a leading ortlclo with us, and this ac
counts for our
Of every stylo and price. If you wish anything
In our line, call and get our prices; they will
convince you where to buy.
MASON & JERKOWSKI,
43 Merchants' Row, under tho Bates' House,
OPERA CLOTHING, BOOT AND SHOE
MlBCDANTS' ROW, ... RUTLAND, VT.
WATKINS & OADY
Havo lust received from New York and Boston
Markets one of U10 finest lines of Clothing ever
cxniuiuM Dy any Mercuant mis siuo 01 aieuuon
or Now York, consisting of
MENS' BOYS' AND YOUTHS' SUITINGS
Of overy descrlptlon.manufactured from
FINE ENGLISH CLOTHS,
Down to a Cheap Cherry Valley.
JJOrff OLOTIIINQ A SPECIALTY,
IFUBNMUINO QOOD3 DEPARTMENT COMPLETE.
Our Boot and Shoo department consists of all
the latest novelties of tho season.
Flva hundred and twenty-flve trunks, very
low, having been bought before the rise In gold.
Two hundred and Ilvo pairs Womens' Stdo
Laco Boot, is mreaa, at 91. ones irvui ix w .
ono hundred and three pairs Womens' Boots,
hnttm. 1A thread, at ftl.ftH.
Two hundred pairs Mens' Rubber Boots, all
In overy department. Trouble to commenco at
7 a, in. auu euuiiuuu until y ji, in,
K. W. WATIIN9, WM. P. CADr.
JUTLANI) MAHULE COMPANY,
H WIIOI.EMAI.i: DKAI.KIW IS
BLOCK k SAWED MARBLE.
I (Jl'AlilMKH AND Mll.Ifl,
J. NlIIAXTKIt, Supt. WEST RUTLAND, Vt.
AU. tho grades of Rutland Marble, In tho
shape of slabs of various thicknesses required
for furniture, Mantel, and Decorative Work, ns
welt ns Cemetery uses; also cublo Stoek for
Monumental and Building purposes, Including
Bases, Strips, nnd Posts, may bo found In our
yard at all times.
Oar cxtonslvo arrangements for tho produc
tion of Marble, In tho way of Quarrjlng Ma
chlntry, nnd Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
of taws, place us in position tu supply the
wants of tho Trade. Wholesalo and Retail
Dealers, Builders, Furniture-Men, and gen
eral Manufacturers will lltid It to their Interest
to favor us with their orders.
RUTLAND MARBLE CO,
OLIVER MARBLE AND GRANITE
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN MARBLE
TABLETS, FONTS, AC,
To order In any part of the United States with
out, risk to tho purchaser.
All work executed by this Establishment is
dono In the most tiiorouqii and autistic
So largo a proportion of our work Is now going
Into tho city Cemeteries In successful competi
tion with the best city manufactures that our
products aro as famous and conspicuous for their
excellence, In Greenwood Cemetery of New
York, Rural Cemetery of Philadelphia, and
many of tho Western Cities, ns throughout Ver
mont. And wo present the fact of our constant
ly Increasing business, Justified by the uniform
excellence of our work during tho past live
years, as tho surest guaranty purchasers can
have of our faithfulness In tho future.
REAT CLOSING OUT SALE!
TIIKUK WILL HE OPENED AT
NO. 0 MERCHANTS' ROW,
On or about May Slh, a largo stock of
HOLD AT C O 8 T
CLOSK OUT .1 DUSIXV.SS.
Full Particulars soon.
QEOHGE W. CHAPLAIN, Jit.,
Rutland, April 30th.
A L L I N G F O R D
A. HILL & SON
Will t :n on Monday, May 6th, tho new
Over their store, whero will be displayed an
elegant slock uf Pattern Hats. Ribbons, Flow
ers, Frames, Hats, Ac. New York Goods nt
Walllngford prices. Also Mens' nud Boj s' Hats
Having enlarged anu improveu our
Wo shall oncn on tho same da)', our Spring
MENS', BOYS' AND CU1LDREN8' SUITS.
Can gtvo a good business suit for f 10, and wo
have a good lino of liner good. Elegant Coats
anu vests ana Nouoy mnis.svo navu reiumi
And can now offer n full slock of Lndles'.Misscs'
ana Children's snoes, ltuuners anu nnp
pers; also, Men's and Bojs'
Boots nnd Shoes.
Wo havo n new lot of
To own; also In stock, Glassware, Hardware,
Grass seed and Flour. Wo can glvo tho best
of bargains In
GROCERIES AND FAMILY SUPPLIES.
Como anil get 8 lbs. of tho best whltesugar for
II, and good Japan Ten for I cents. (N. II. We
have Homo not as good for CO cento.) llut wo
cannot glvo you a list of our goods or prices, so
you must call on us and seo fur yourselves.
A. HILL H SON,
W A h L I N G F 0 R I) .
A SPLENDID LOT OF NEW BRAID
ING DESIGNS, also ALPHABETS, Just re
E. N. MERRIAM'S.
Q A. PARKHURST fc CO.,
Extensive Dealers In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
And a complete nssortmcnt of
NOTIONS AND SMALL WARES,
83 MERCHANTS' ROW RUTLAND, VT.
We tako pleasure In Informing tho trading
Public that It Is our aim to keep the best select
ed Stock nf Goods In our line to be found In tho
State. We are constantly replenishing our
shelves with tho principal Staple Novelties of
tho Season, making our Establishment the
best for 5 our Interest from which to purchase
your DRY GOODS.
Wo have tho Best Bargains In
An cxtcnslvo assortment of
For Men and Boys' wear.
KIDS nt 11.00, 11.S5, $1.60, J1.T5 Per Pair.
Call for the JACQUELINE CORSET best fitting
Our prices aro sure to give satisfaction,
C. A. PARKHURST & CO.,
mayldtf RUTLAND, VT.
gPHING GOODS. SPRING GOODS.
KINSMAN & ROSS
Wish 10 say to the nubile that they havo now
open for Inspection tho best line of Spring
Goods they ever ollered.
HOSIERY, GLOVES, Ac,
An elegant lino of
SILK AND WOOL POPLINS.
BUTTKIilCK'S CELEBRATED PATTERNS.
Call and cxainlno our new lino of goods.
KINSMAN & ROSS,
myldsm No. 3 Merchants' Row, Rutland.
Q.EO. W. HILLIARI),
37 MERCHANTS' ROW.
30,000 IN DRY GOODS ! ! I
Largebt assortment of DRESS GOODS In
MX) DlHerenl Sljlo DRESS OOODS-85 cents
to 4.oo per yard.
100 pieces ALPACCAS and DRILLIANTEEYS.
All Shades of IRISH POPLINS.
Assortment of JAPANESE POPLINS
soo Different Stylo SHAWLS,
100 pieces Cloths for Suits nnd Boy's Wear.
RED TABLE DAMASK,
IWIIITE TABLE DAMASK,
Sfc-Nono should fall to glvo us a call before
GEO. W. HILLIARD,
37 Merchants' Row,
Jj U 11 T & SHE R M A N
Offer another lot of thoso elegant
Nino qualities In Stewart's Household Brauds.
WC, valuo 75c; 60c, valuo 78c; BOc, valuo 76c.
25 yards for f liso.
NEW DRESS GOODS
for tho Twenty-llvo Cent counter.
4-1 Striped and Polka Dot Percale, 18c. ono to
ten yard pieces. Valuo too.
Patent Blooming Black Mohair, mc, 00c, 70c.
Aus. Craie, Tamtse, -4 Wool Delaine, Cretonc,
1 ansieiine, uumuuimu, ui uu uu ui,
Satlne, Canton Grenadine.
100 doz. Puro Linen Handkerchiefs, 6,vc
Scarfs and Striped Ottoman Shawls of tho
Alexandre's Kid Gloves, one, two and three
Ono-half, Three-fourths and Full Hose, In Iron
iraillc, lur iuuivb, uuaoi-o uuu imiun-11.
NEW GOODS ARE CONSTANTLY BEING
it is next to lmnosslblo to mention a sixteenth
part of our stock In the small space of quarter
of a column. Como and look over the stock nt
The InrpcKt. lightest and best located store,
and Durst variety of Dry Goods, this Bide of the
largo cities. All from A. T. Stewart Co., tho
lowest price house, iMtsigoous, uuu inosv rein
bio mm in tho world.
May 1, 1873. HURT & SHERMAN,
(Svom'ifss ami provisions.
J iV T. OA DEN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED FRUITS, PICKLES, Ac.,
AND FANCY GOODS.
Also, Dealers In
DRY GOODS, SHAWLS, DRESS GOODS,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, Ac, Ac.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Constantly on hand.
AGENTS FOR MAIL STEAMERS TO AND
BfDRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT ON THE
BANKS OF ENGLAND, IRELAND, SCOTLAND
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN STS.
OLD RED STORE.
UnOGEltTES AXD I'JIOVTSrOA'S,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
mayltf Merchants' Row.
JOSEPH II. GUY,
S. IIAYWARI) CO.,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HAY AND WOOD.
Washington St., Rutland, Vt.
DUNTON & IIAYWARI)
All kinds of Meats, Flh, Vegetables and
Fruits In their season.
Klngsley Sprague's lllock, Merchants' Row.
PETER F. McMANUS,
G R O C E R ,
And dealer In
No. 03 West St., RUTLAND, VT.
jrEVI G. KINGSLEY.
BUILDERS' AND CABINET
Weymouth Fine Finishing and Empire Cut
Nails, Iron, steel, Chains, Ac.
Steel, Iron, Picks, Ames' Shovels, Blasting Pow-
uer (government prooi), use, uirge
Drill Flies, steel Striking Ham
mers, Handles, Ac.
MANILLA ROPE AND CORDAGE.
SAW-MILL, CIRCULAR AND WOOD SAWS,
AND BOYNTON'S LIGHTNING
Oils, Varnishes, Glue, Sand Pajwr, Brushes, Ac.
GLASS AND PUTTY.
A splendid line of Tnblo and Pocket Cutlery.
Shears and Scissors.
Parlor Furniture, Center Tables, Mirrors, Ex
tension Taoies, jieusieuus, juimrusscs,
Spring Beds, Bureaus nud Chairs.
Manufacturer of Black Walnut, Chestnut and
painted Chamber Sets.
Velvet, Brussels, Tapestry, Thrco Ply and In,
grain Carpets, Oil Cloths, Ac, Ac.
COFFINS AND CASKETS,
AilJ .M1-.1A1.1.1U 11U1UA1, i.A13,
At L. G. KINOSLEVS.
Rutland, May 1, 1873.
IIOLESALE FRUIT DEPOT.
Tho Subscriber has mado nrrangements to
reccivo an Kinus 01
by tho car-load direct from first hands In Now
York nnd Boston, and Is prepared tu till orders
from Dealers In Rutland und from on the lines
of Railroads centering here, at tho Lowest
ORANGES AND LEMONS
Repacked and Warranted as represented.
I am also prepared to pay the highest rash
price tor rpiuioos 10 snip io Market.
E. P. HITCHCOCK,
Opposite tho Depot,
THrANTED. A FEW THOUSAND
TT acres of good timber and wood land
nearitutiana nnu waiiingioru villages, oivo
Mist 1 luiiuu uuu in lui A.ny, nvmc Ktu ,1 ,avut u
land, well located. Also si choppers and throe
good coal burners. Address P, O. box 111, Wal-
ungioru, vt. maytuaa
MMIE PIANO SELECTED FOR USE
X nt tho coming Festival Is tho DECKER
uitus, li. a. juEititiAM sens tneni,
EW ARMY I1ROGANS, 1.7G,
I L' Hill A It H.
hc Jutland gaily Cjlok.
MONDAY MORNING MAY 12, 1H7;).
Tlio Youth or Clilct .Instlir ('Im,i,
Mr3. Stowe, In a pleasant sketch of Mr.
Chase, contained In hcrliook ciitilled "Mi i
of Our Times," published n few years njjn.
says that he received Ms name, SalniMi
Portland, from nn uncle Salmon Cha'c. n
distinguished lawyer of Portland, who
died suddenly while pleading in Court.
She also gives the following Incident ol
Mr. Chase's curly years :
"In regard to Chase's carlv ediirnllnn.
wo have not ninny traditions. "Ills parcnl
were of tho best class of New Hampshire
farmers: Ulblc-rcnilliiir. llmitirhtrnl. nml
shrewd, closely nnd wisely economical. It
Is said that in that region literary materia!
was so scarce that tlio boy's llit writing
lessons were taken on (strips nf birch bark.
When his father died lliero was found to
1)0 little property for the nupixut of the
family, nnd only the mnall separate eMail
of his mother was left. She wns of Scotch
blood that blood which Is nt once Fhrewd.
pious, courageous nnd cncrnetlc. nnd :v
competent to make n little serve the iimn hi
a great deal.
Jlut nn education, and a ( ollege educa
tion, Is the goal toward -hlch such moth-
era In New England set their faces as n
Hint and by infinite sat lugs nnd unknown
economics they compass It.
When Chase was fourteen years old, hi
uncle, tho Hishop of Ohio nnd Illinois, ol
fered to take and cducato him, nnd he
went to Ohio along with nn elder brother
who wns attached to Gen. Cass's expedi
tion to tho upper waters of the Mississippi.
Wlille nt lluffalo the seniors of the party
made nn excursion to Niagara, but had im
room In their vehicle for the, hov. Youim'
Chase, upon this, with characteristic ener
gy, picked up another hoy who wanted lc
see the falls, and the two cntcrprishii;
young gentlemen footed It through the
snow for twenty miles, and saw tlio fall'
In company with their elders.
He i cmalncd two years with the Ilk-hop.
who wns a pciemptory man, nnd tii-cd hi
nephew ns he did himself nnd everybody
else about him, that is made him woi'k ju'l
as hard as he could.
The great missionary Uishon hud -
much to do, nnd so little to do It with, that
ho had to make up for lack of money by
Incessant nud severe labor, and with i-ucti
help as ho could get. His nephew bcinj.
his own flesh nnd blood, ho felt perhaps ai
liberty to drive a little more tharply than
the rest, as that is the form In which the
family instinct shows itselt in nconle ol
The liishon supplemented his own scan
ty salary by teaching school nnd working
a farm, an;; so Salmon's preparatory studies
were seasoned with nn abundance of seveie
The youth was rear sighted, and trouble 1
with an obstlnato lisp. The former disa
bility was incuiablc, but tho latter he over
came by means of 11 long nnd ptiscvcriii';
course of rcaib'-ig aloud.
On the whole, the liishon seems to haw
thought well of his nephew, for one day
In refusing Mm leave to go in swimming,
he did so v'AU tlio compb-nentary exclama
tion! "wiry, &aunon, tne country might
loose Its future Prcjidv't, were I to let you
After licing fitted under his uncle, Chase
cntcicd Dartmouth College.
One anecdote of Chase's College life is
characteristic, ns showing that courageous
and steady sense of justice which formed a
leading feature of Ins after life. One of
his classmates was sentenced by the faculty
to be expelled iVom College on a charge (it
which Chafe knew hint to bo wholly Inno
cent. Chase, niter in vain nrirulii!: the case
with the President, Dually told him that lu
would go too, as he would not stay in nn
Institution wheie h's friends were treated
with suc'i injustice. The two youths pack
ed up tlie'r goods and drove oil. lint the
faculty sent word after them almost befor
they had got out of the village, that the
seutencu was rcsculcil ana tncy might
come back. They said, however, that they
must take time to consider whether they
would do st), and they took a week, lmviiu
a pleasant vacation, after which they iv-
It will Ik seen from the following that
Mr. Chase, like some other distinguished
lawyers, did not burst upon his profession
with any extraordinary brilliancy s
"His eaily days of legal practice were
days of wafting nnd poverty. The only
proicssionai worn 11c uiu lor n considerable
time was to draw an nsreement for a man.
who paid him half n dollar, nnd n week nf
terward camo unci uoirowcu it hick.
Mr. Chases first argument before a
United States Court was at Columbus, ().,
1834. The case was to him a very impor
tant one. and when he arose to make hi-
argument he found himself so agitated that
lie couni not utter a wow. 110 nan tncic
fore to sit down, and after waiting a few
moments, tried again, nnd made his plea.
After he was through, ono of tho;Jiulgt
came to h'm and shook hands with him.
saying, 'I congratulate you most slnccicly.'
Chase, who was feeling very disagreeably,
Inquired with surpriso what he was con
gratulated for ?
'On your fn'lure,' answered the Judge,
who added: 'A person of ordinary temper
anient and ab'litics would have gone
through his part without any such symp
toms of nervousness, llut when I 'have
seen a young man break down once or
twice 'u that way, I conceive tho highest
hopes of li'in."
Spouts of tiik Nouiurv. A shamclul
exhibition lias very recently taken place in
London under tho especial oversight of tin
Marquis of Quecnsberry. The entertain
ment was n prize light of the mo.st brut.d
description. The arena selected was a ills
used chapel now known as Gratton Hall In
Soho. The lessee of the building hail un
derstood that it wns to Iks a sparring match
and did not know the real character of tin
lierforinauce until he entered the hall a
short time licfore tho opening. He says
"I was told there were a noblo marquis
two noble lords nnd tin cu Colonels of her
Majesty's army in the crowd. The pcrsi ms
tormlng tho meeting all appeared tolio well
dressed, well-fed men, with tlio animal
6trongly marked In their fcaluics." The
prize to the u Inner was given by the Mai
quls of Quccnsbcriy, nud an additional sum
of .10 was raised by subscription. Tin
pugilists wore gloves, but of a very dllTi f
cnt kind from the ordinary lolng glove
Tho agony caused is greater than with the
naked list, and a man may be killed quit.'
ns easily. One of tho men was hammcicd
until Insensible, after which, by the use .f
stimulants, ho revived enough to light n' -end
rounds more. Tho backers of the loser
tried to crowd in nnd break up the light
when they saw their money would be lost.
Nothing seems to havo boon wanting to
make tlio flght brutal. Only n short lime
ago a man was killed In one of these glm c
lights after It had lasted ubout seventy min
utes. PITTSFORD FURNACE,
J. ntlCIIARl), I'KOI'KIKTOIt.
CHARCOAL PIG IRON,
PITTSFORD, VT. inayliUm
COPARTNERSHIP. Wo have nsso.
elated with us as paitner with one-thliil
Interest, E. Is Cobb, formerly of Tlnmouth, VI.
Tho llrm naino will bo ns cut.
A. HIM. A SOX.
Walllngford, Vt., May 1, 19T3. mj iwmv