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TUKSDAY MORNING, JtAY 18, 1873.
TEUMS IN ADVAS'CK.
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Three months tl n
.Six months 4 (k
onn year 8 no
Weekly Threo months 75
Six months II us
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Address GLOBE PAPER CO., Rutland, VI.
Agassi, denies ha over Bald n negro'
blood differed from ti xvlilto mnn's. lie
would not bo likely to say bo when tlie late
trial of Alley In lloston provcil that u
man'H blood cannot always with certainty
lie tllstliigulsltcil lroin mat ot n noise.
A correspondent of the New Yoik
Timet says the charge on freight per ton
per mile, on the Harlem road, Is nearly
live times the Krie, and moio than four
times the Central rate. This, If true, bIiows
very forcibly the need for the new route to
New York, which Is being built to connect
with the Harlem Extension. 1 ho Central
Yerniont and Harlem Extension being now
under one management, and uniting to
give the Western Vermont valley n better
outlet, their prosperity is more than ever
heartily desired by the people of this vil
lage and by all residing or having Interests
in or near the valley.
The workmen employed In two gas com
pmlesin lirooklyn liavc struck. Thcywcro
getting i a day and the wages wero re
diiced to iJiJ.oO, the same amount paid in
New York. It Is hard, exhausting work,
but they could not expect more than $3.50
xv hen that Is paid In New York, Resides,
It Is not skilled labor, therefore they
must be incvitablv defeated. New York
mid lirooklyn aie crowded xvitli people,
mining whom are numbers ready, willing
and nble to cirn .3.50 a day, by labor re
quiring llttlo prtviot s training. The great
er portion of lirooklyn was In darkness
Saturday night, but the contest will proli-
nblv be short.
Whether a telegraph company can force
a customer to repeal a message by printing
conditions on the paper on which the met
sago is written, has been decided both ways
In tlie Illinois and Massachusetts Siipienic
Courts, the former deciding that the com
pany is responsible for the correctness of
messages Bent, without repeating, unless
there is n speqlal contract. Tho Massa
chusetts court decides that tho printed ic
Htiictions constitute a contract, and inti
mates that a man ought to be willing to pay
the blight additional cost if lie wants coi-
lectness insured. Hut the idea of paying
n man to send a message and then giving
him n bonus to get it light teems too much
like paying a tailor to make your pants at
regular rates, and then giving him some
thing besides not to (.poll them. A dis
patch sent wrong might as well not be sent
at all, and may often inllict heavy damage
on tlie sender.
Wo have seen It stated several times that
Senator Edmunds was ineligible to the of.
lice of chief justice of tho United Slates,
and would remain bo until March 4th, 187S.
Why, was very puzzling. It could not bo
that he would only arrive at a proper age
by that time. It could not be on account
of his Bcnatorshlp, as that could be re
signed. Tho St. Albans Messenger at last
explains. It says lie "is tendered inellgi
hie to hold tho oillcc, by a constitutional
provision, on account of the passage of the
increased salary bill during his senatorial
term, which docs not expire until March
Will our northern friend be so kind as to
explain some more, and point out the con
Ftltutlonal provision and its relation to the
Increased salary hill ? It Is not likely that
the sheer wickedness of'tlio thing renders
him ineligible, as Mr. Edmunds did not
volo for it.
iMiiii'iiMjiiivr and iniT,Mi:.vi
Our erudite neighbor, having proven to
ms own satlsiaction that there never was,
is not now, nor ever can' be, such n thing as
independent journalism, is now proceeding
to elucidate tho rather corroborative fact
that all journalism is now, always has been
and necessarily ever must be, entirely V
pendent. In proving tlie first of these prop
ositions, he relied solely upon "what ho
knows" of logic and ethics, and a little
leaning upon Noah Webster. In demon
strating tho second wo shall expect him to
resort to algebra, geometry, the higher
mathematics, and what ho knows of Eu
clid ; and in Illustrating the humbuggcry
of Impartial and neutral nowspaperdom,
which wo are buto must follow, he will,
doubtless, soar Into tho mysteries of tho
Btlll moro occult sciences.
Now, "wo think wo have said It before,
we believe it was of a Thursday that we
Mid it, but if we did not say it, wo then
thought, and wo now think, etc., etc." that
our learned neighbor Is competent to
make all these matters as plain as a pike
staff to the most common understanding,
and in view of tho rescarcli and the versa
tile talent already displayed by him lu the
discussion of these questions, as far as gone,
wo can only say, by slightly paraphrasing
the poet Uoldsmlth, that
' as wo read, tlio wonder grows, '
That ono small head can carry nil ho knows."
ritllA'OIII.VI' OF IN IMA, VS.
A correspondent of the New York Times
suggests that tho Modocs may bo Welch
men who camo with tho lost Prince Madoc
to this country a great while ago. We
would have supposed a trlba of Welch
might have been whiter than the Modocs,
but tlie suggestion In connection therewith
is very pertinent that If they wero really
known to bo whites they would not be ex
terminated any more than New York ex
terminates her Scannolls or Wcakleys. It
seems to be proper to add that If people are
to bo regarded as Binning In proportion to
their light, tho Scannclls and Ulcakleys of
New lorlc are much moro reprehcnelblo
than the Captain Jacks ond Bogus Char
leys of the caves ond rocks of the lava
Wo may yet learn to tie.it oil men as
brethren, und Beck sincerely to clovata the
lowest. Wo mado a very' good commence
ment with tho negroes', after pocketing
their earnings for two centuries. During
tho same period wo havo been appropriat
ing the Indians' lands and substantially pay
ing whlto agents for them to a very im
proper extent. It Is tlmo now to treat tho
Indians moro as wo would liko to ho treat
ed by them.
Urlgham Young has his faults, but ho
has set us an exainplo In tho treatment of
Indians which puts to flight tho pretenses
that they cannot bo lived with In amity.
Ho has simply treated them justly, and has ;
never had an Indian war, during the quar
ter of a century that has elapsed slnca lie
first penetrated the wilds of Utah with his
forlorn band of Mormons, now giown to a
hundred thousand, and spread without mo
lestation over n great extent of territory.
To find tho noi tliwcst passage from tho
Atlantic to tho Pacific has long ceased to
be tho Impelling motive to polar expedi
tions. To bo the first to Bland nt tho north
pole, with tho sun remaining overhead
throughout tho twenty-four hours ; to ex
plore tho mysterious open polar pea j to
learn how much there Is of continent and
how much of Bca, aio tho modem Induce
ments to tempt the frigid horrors of the
Captain Hall ascended with ills ship to n
higher degree of northern latitude than
any ship had been picvlously taken, and ap
proached within 40 1 miles of tho pole.
Dr. Hays thinks Capt. Hull has proved
that Smith's Bound is the true passage Into
the open polar sea. Dr. Hays's opinion
must be allowed to bo Indisputable as to n
region of width ho has personal knowl
edge ; but It Is doubtful If navigators deslr
jng to reach that sea ought to approach It
on the eastern side of tlie American conti
nent. Captain Silas Dent, In a sales of lectures
in St. Louts a few years ago, on " The
Thermonictric Gateways to tho Pole," gave
what seemed on their face excellent leasons
for following either the warm Pacific
ocean current, called the Kuro-Slwn, or
the w.u in gulf stream of the Atlantic by
way of Nova Zcnibl.i.
Tho Pacific stream, rising somewhere In
the equatorial regions, courses along the
cistern coast of Asia, and then divides,
part enteilng Ilchrlng's straits, and tho rest
flowing down the American Bide of tl
ocean, giving to the elevated latitudes of
Oregon and v nshlngton n warmth of cli
mate like the lower latitudes of the Allan
Tlie Atlantic gulf stieain, originating In
the I'niibbcaii i-e.i or Gulf of Mexico,
pours along our eastern coast, a vast ocean
river, deeper In color, wnnner in tcnipera
tuic, and somewhat elevated in the middle
above the stirioiinding waters. Not far
from opposltu Now York it turns to cross
tlie Atlintlc, and in Its course gives to
theIlrltMitslaml.su mild climate, though
leaving Labrador, in the same latitude, in
hospitable from cold. At or near Nova
Zembla, where it enters tho Arctic ocean,
tropical vegetation lias been discovered in
dilft by northern voyagers. One of these
i elates that he found open water at the
These streams, carrying their warm wa
ters Into those high regions, tuo supposed to
form the open Polar tea, which has been
seen by Dr. ICime, Dr. Hays, and one of
the men who, with Captain Hall, was will
ing to endure again tlie rigors of the cli
mate. The theory that cither of these
tticams might be followed into the open
Polar sea, and that thus tlie North pole
might be easily reached, seems by far the
most i easonable of theories, and derives a
special title to consideration from tho dis
asters that have fallen on tlie last expedi
tion by a route which had been tho scene
of to much pievious suffering and misfor
LETTER 1T10.1I 1J0ST0X.
'I'll II JIAV.AIt.
A JYow lloston Notion Jin- mill
Oiikliuiii of (lie Orient i:iiroiu
Rostox, May 10, 1873.
Tho Ha.ar of nil Nations, held in Music
Hall under the auspices of the Young Mens
Christian Association, Is the thing in Bos
ton just now. No expense or labor has
been spared to make It the biggest thin
out in tho shape of fairs, and thus far it
Bcenis to bo a success. For many months
it has been held in contemplation. Agents
have been dispatched to various countries
abroad to collect rare and beautiful things
wherewith to tempt tho eyes of covetous
Boslonians and make the money leap from
their pockets into the depicted coffers of
tho Y. M. 0. A.
The oldest inhabitant would scarcely be
nbio to define his wheicabouts, could that
doubtful personage, by some mysterious
agency unbeknown to himself, find him
self deposited lu the centre of Music Hall
at the present time.
Queer looking houses, or what seem to
bo houses, tower on every tide, from whoso
windows Hash the faces of Boston belles in
me sirango cosuuncs or me uncut, or ar
rayed In the quaint and often pictmesquo
garb of tho peasantry of European lands.
Flags of all nations depend from balconies,
and at one end of this truly bizarre street
one sees what Bcenis to be the. bastioned
wall of a city, beyond hicli in e discernible
through the haze the domes of mosques.
Now a strango clap too strikes tho ear.
The crowd parts, and struggling vainly to
obtain superior elevation by balancing
yourself on tlie tips of your toes you final
ly niako out that tin Eastern wedding pro
cession is passing along. One Is quite
ready to pardon the monstrosity of paniers
and similar things in tlie fashions of to-day
when ono sees tho abominable bags, for
they are nothing else, with which tho
beauties of Eastern lands are compelled to
veil their charms. Tho marriage ceremony
is performed, a song is sung In Arabic, tho
muezzin. calls the faithful to prayer, and,
to complete the effec t, from ono of tlie
house-tops a Turk (?) Is praying In Bten
torian accents to Allah.
Ascending a flight of stairs at ono ond of
tho bti cot, you are In tho midst of tho Ba
zar. Hero Is tho Italian table, laden with
rare and costly things from the sunny pen
nlnsuhi. Nearly all, however, nro mailed,
"sold" j though you are Informed If Mich
lie you wish, duplicates will be imported
to your order. Tho French table, the
German, the Japanese, Chinese and so on
ate visited, hut ono gets wearied of being
elbowed and pushed and crowded, bo you
pass out, having dono tho Bazar, glad again
to bo under God's own blue heaven and
thankful, too, that tho particular spot of
tho broad eaith which your footsteps press
is not subject to the rule of tho unbailed
And now tho Churches aio ull moving up
town. Churched" must bo hi tho fashion,
you know, as well as people, and so spire
after spire Is springing up among tho brown
Btono fronts of Back Bay, to point with Its
silent finger, nice, respectable people tho
way to Heaven. Tho people of tho Old
South, pcihaps by way of salving their con
sciences with a gilded plaster, for tho woy
they gave up to desecration tho dear old
edifice, loved In its every brick by every
loyal Uostoiiliin, for the associations which
have been clustering around its walls
through tho moro than a hundred years It
has stood, n landmark to nil and rescued nt
TUB JUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MOHNING, MAY
last from tho fiery shroud of destruction,
by which It was bo nearly enveloped, by
the superhuman efforts of the bravo fire
men, nre building an elegant structure up
town, which is to cost Upwards (it half n
million dollars, Ono cannot help wnnder
lng If tho glad cry that went up from that
horror-stricken crowd In that horrible No
vember night, "Saved I tho Old South Is
saved! thank Clod for that I" will ever
seem to bo mingling with tho organ peals
In tho grand new house j w ill ever tnilto
with u sudden pain the hearts of those
who recline upon their velvet-cushioned
scats, po that they will wish the gorgeous
ness of tlie new temple might melt awny
and they might find themselves In tho old
meeting house, with Its homely, quaint old
wails about them.
Trinity Church, whose solid granite walls
crumbled hi tho November holocaust, lias
moved up town, likewise, and a struct
ure xvhjch Is to far eclipse all others Is booh
to come up.
There are some who pill the query,
"what Is to become of down tow n people,
the people who do not llvo In brown stone
fronts, or on nice, respectable streets?
Where will they go to Church? Shabby
clothes do not feel at homo on velvet ?"
But tho query we have no time to answer
Tlie burnt district Is it scene of desola
tion still, though biick walls nre rapidly
springing up hut wo shall never have our
Franklin Street again, with magnificent
granite warehouses. Brick Is found to
stand the the better than granite, and
brick will be used to more extent, by far,
Summer is tatdy enough lu coining, but
the Common Is putting ou its Biinimer dress,
notwithstanding, and begins to drape her
grand old elms hi their emerald livery.
Tlie temperance people are nt work, and
for u few days, nt least, those who get their
drams must do so behind the bcenes.
'I'lio I'tmcrnl of Ouki-s Ames,
Noith Easlon was filled with people,
Sunday, In spite of tin utmost Incessant
rain-fall, anxious to pay their last lcspects
to the remains of Oakes Ames. Ills polltl
cal and business colleagues were there, his
former constituents, his associates and
neighbors, his employes and a few who
wcie attracted from distant places through
motives of curiosity. Trains from Boston.
Full llivcr and Canton brought many gen
tlemen who nau nusinoss interests witli tlio
deceased during his life. Tho train from
Boston contained among its 3.'i0 passengers
Vice President Wilson, Senator Boutwell,
Dr. Ucorgo B. Lorlng, the speaker of tlie
House of.Rcpicsentatlvcs, and several past
and present members of tl 10 governor's
council, of which Mr. Ames was a mem
ber during the administrations of Gover
nors Andrew and Clalhn, ex-Congressmen
A. 11. Bice, Ginery Twiehell and E. II.
Holllns, cx-Uov. Gardner of Massachusetts.
Mayor Pierce and Street Commissioners
Smith and Inlbot of Boston, Collector
Hussell. Charles W. Slack, and 15. F.
Hayes. But a small proportion of tho
large assemblage had mi opportunity to
listen to the services, but all who desired
wcie permitted to view the body, as it lay
in a plain casket covered with broadcloth
at his mansion. Tho floral tributes were
of tlie choicest description, and In every
design of funeral elegance. Many of them
were tlie contributions of friends of tho
The services were those of tho Unitarian
church, Hcv. W. L. Challln, tho pastor,
read tho burial service, and tho quartet
choir sans: " Cast thy burden on tho Lord."
Hcv. H. H. Slilppen of the American Uni
tarian association delivered a brief eulogy,
In which tho private llfoand vhtues of the
deceased and his disinterested irenerosltv.
were praised, his loyalty to tho country In
her tlmo of trouble was set forth, and the
benefits to the world and to tho American
nation that were likely to follow the re
sults of his boldness in enterprise, were en
larged upon. Tlio speaker said these great
results were not wrought through mere do
irc for gain, to the exclusion of all thought
of benefit to his own fcllow-men. " Thy
"Will be Done " xvas chanted, and tho body
was taken to Easton cemetery, follow cd by
u iwug iiioiessiun, huu xvoriiiucil luaiclllllg
in tlio procession. At least 3000 people
were pi escnt. Eight employes were select
ed as pall bearers
I'm; ii:.vi cian:c justiui:.
Tlio I'uiturul Service in Nvw York.
The body of tho late Chief Justice Chaso
was removed nt 0 o'clock, Saturday morn
ing, from tlio rcsldcnco of his sou-ln-law,
William S. Hoyt, No. 44 West Thirty!
third street, New York, xvhero ho died,
to St. George's chapel, (Hcv. Stephen II.
Tyng, Jr., pastor.) At 8 o'clock the doors
of tlio chapel were opened to nllow the pub
lie to tako a last look at tho illustrious
dead. Tlio body xvas encased in n casket
of polished rosewood, xvlth heavy silver
mountings, and xvas placed hi tlio main
aisle midway between tlie door and tlie
chancel. Tlio lid xvas open only enough to
allow n view of the head and hi cast of the
deceased, tlio head being toward tho en
trance. At tlie head mid foot of the ens.
kct xverc columns of flowers about three
feet high and ten Inches in diameter. Tlio
lid was covered xvlth crosses, crowns, an
chors and wieaths.
As early as the church doors xvere open
ed, theio xvas a row of carriages outside
containing ladles mid gentlemen xvaitlng
admittance to look at tlie deceased. Dur
ing tho forenoon carriages drove up to tlie
church door hi an almost continuous string,
from xvlilcii issued eminent citizens and
elegantly dressed ladies, xvho passed
through tho church, took a look at tho fea
tures of tho dead, and drove away. There
was nothing liko a crowd, but It xvas no
tlccablo that those who called to view tlie
remains belonged to tho best society in the
city. There xx ere 150 policemen to pre
sent order and regulate tho crowd, but
their services xvere very little required.
Shortly after 3 o'clock tho body xvas borne
from tlio chapel Into the church, and xvas
met nt the door by Box-. Stephen H. Tyng,
xvltn xvalked up tho aisle, in front of tlio
body, repeating tlio words of the Episcopal
ritual. Hcv. Dr. Peet, Dr. Tyng's assis
tant, and Rev. John Hall, also xvalked be
BUto tho body. Tho service for tho dead
xvas read rcspoiislvcly by Drs. Tyng and
Peet, and a lesson from tho Scriptures by
tho former, lifter which Dr. Hall mado tho
Tho remains arrived in Washington caily
bunday morning, accompanied by relatives
and pall bearers, and were conveyed to tho
Biipremo court room, xvhero they xvere
wero placed on a catafulquc. Immediately
In front of tho draped seat formerly occu
pied by tho Into Chief Justlco, xvas a largo
floral cross, xvhllo Inside tho liar wero boxes
of tho choicest blooming flowers. Tlio
xvhlte llonil decorations xvcro in broad con
trnst xvlth the color of tho casket and tho
black cloth ,'coverlng Hie catafalque, ren
tiering tho effect beautiful though solemn.
A guard of policemen and servants of tho
court xvere In attendance. Several thous
and persons visited tho court room in the
coureo of tho day, but xvcro disappointed
In not seeing tho face of the deceased. Tho
casket xvas opened by a doctor for private
inspection, hut xvas soon closed for the rea
son, it is Bald, that tlio features had under
gone such a marked change that It xvas
thought proper not to exposo them.
President Grant and his boh Fred were
among tho congregation of tho Metroiioll
tiju church, to-day. Tho front of tho pul
pit was covered xvlth black cloth, on which
wero two small xvhito crosses. The pew
formerly occupied by tho lato chief justlco
xvas heavily draped xvlth black. Rev. Dr.
Ilffany, tho pastor, pi cached from tho
text, "Peace 1 leave xvlth you i my peace
irlVO I UntO X'OII." Tnu-nril llin l.ml ,if Ilia
discourse ho alluded to tho deceased as liav
Ing been Influenced In his public and pit
Yato life by tho peace thus bestowed by tho
Savior. The minister said they should no
moio scu too mamy lorm ol tlicir Irlend
passing up tlie nlslo to his nccustcmcd Beat,
xvhero ho xvas always an attentive listener.
He was ns Immlihi nu nl.ll.l ni n...
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munloii of tlio church. Tho nlluslon to
tlio Jalo cliiet justice teemed to touch every
The catafalque on xvhlch tho remains re
pose Is the name, ns that upon xvhlch tho
body of President Lincoln reposed In Btalo
In tho rotunda In April, 1805. Since that
inemornblo event, It has been inxvhalls
commonly known ns "Washington's tomb,"
under tho crypt. It Is two feet nnd nix
Inches high, mid nine feet in length.',
Vermont Ililliorw' nml IMiOIKhers'
Tlio fourth re-unlon xvlll bo held nt Bur
lington, June 4, 1873. On nrrlv Ing nt Bur
lington, members xvlll bo nsslgncd to rooms
In tho American Hotel and Van Ness
House, by the executive committee.
Annual meeting of tho Association lu tho
parlor of tho American Hotel, Wednesday
evening, June 4th, at 8 o'clock. Tho ap
pointments for tho occasion are, address by
C. M. Chase, poem by J. S. D. Taylor.
Thursday morning nt 8:30 carriages, pro
vided by tho city of Burlington, will bo hi
readiness for riding to the college, Ethan
Allen monument, und other places of In
terest about tho city.
At 10:30 A. sr. tho association w ill take
steamer for Fort Tlconderoga and Lake
George, dining on tho Lake Chamiilaln
steamer, and arriving at tho Fort William
Henry Hotel, Lake George, Thursday eve
nlng, spending tlio night there.
Irlday morning, take steamer and run
through Lake Gcofge and Chainplaln, ar
riving at Burlington to tea.
Friday evcnhiL' nt 8 o'clock. Hon. O. G.
Benedict, editor of tlie Free J'rew and
j wies. will receive tlie members of the as
sociation nnu ineir lriciuls nt his rcsldcnco
on 'l utile street.
E. P. Walton-, )
Hiiiam Atkins, -Ex. Com.
G. 0. IlKsnmoT,)
Burilngton, May 10th.
Open nlr concerts have commenced In
Mayor Dodge and ex-Mayor D. C. Lins
ley xvcro serenaded by tlio Sherman band,
on Friday nlnht.
The first lumber cargo of tlio season ar
rived on Sunday afternoon.
The steamer A. Williams commenced
regular trips between Burlington and Port
Henry, touching at cstport and Essex
The fi.iKS on the nubile lmlldiiiL'sniid ho
Ids of Burlington xvcro displayed nt half
mast ou Saturday as a mark of respect to
Chlei Justice Chase.
On Friday evening, Fiedeiick Short
sleeves was elected 2nd assistant, and Peter
Revlad foreman of the Hose.
I. litest .Xcu'n Items.
It is said that the president xvlll make no
appointment to till tlie x-ncaucv occasioned
by the death of Chief Justieo'Chaso until
the meeting ol congress.
A Canaiidainua. N. Y.. xvoman throw
down tlie little boy xvlth whom her little
noyxvas quarreling, anil killed him by
stamping on liini.
A conflagration at Port-au-Prince. Havtl.
n few days since, destroyed 150 houses.
oeisuiiM were Kiueii.
All eccentric Pennsylvania!! was hulled
insi xvcck, in accordance Willi tho tlirec
tions in ills xvlll, in tlie centre of a largo
field and without any religious service.
Tho Cleveland. O.. chief of nollen Is nr.
ganlziug n force of twenty men to send to
tho Mahoning valley, to preserve order and
to prevent depredations by tho miners xvho
nave oecn uue, m consequence ol the strike,
ior mo past, lour months.
Tlio president approves of tlio action of
vjvu. ..mum-in in iiusL-i:imn iiio notion
against tho Modocs. Tlie United States
troops aie to lie reinforced by olllcers and
men i mm oincr departments, who thor
oughly understand Indian fighting.
Forty clerks from tlio United States
treasury hao begun an examination of tlio
nu i oik uay national nanus, to ascertain
meir respective circulation.
A Mrs. Jeffreys and two infant children
were saved from suffocation, last night,
their dwelling being on lire, by tho gallant
uiiuiis oi r jie-uiuuiissioncr man.
The Chicago and Northwestern and Mil
xvaukco and St. Paul railway companies
nuxu ucciucu to pool tucir earnings Horn
now until April 1, 1880, in tho proportion
of CO per cent to 40 per cent.
The secretary of tlio treasury called in
on tlie first dav of March flflv mHllonu nf
tho live-twenties of 1802. In accordance
xvith law interest on the denomination and
11111111)01-8 embraced In tlio call xvlll cease on
June 1. Up to this time about half a mil
lion has been presented nt the treasury.
Tho family and friends of a St. Louis
man, while holding a xvake over xvhat they
supposed xvas his corpse.xverc somen lint as
tonished hyhls xvalking in nlixe and vigorous
and considerably excited over a telegram
he had received announcing his death.
A dispatcli from Portland, Oregon, states
that the rumors about the conduct and at
titude of the Indians in Eastern Oregon,
nre conflicting. Ocheo, chief of the Snake
Piutes, says ho will icmovo his people
from the vicinity of tlio lava beds and that
none of them shall give aid to tlio Modocs.
Tlie c.xeltemcut In Cherry Vale, Kan.,
over tho discovery of tlio dead bodies in tlie
Bender dwelling is still nt fever heat. A
force ofl 00 men is on the ground, which
is being plowed over again, but no more
liax-o yet been discovered. Tlie Roach fam
ily of Lodoresvcu, seven miles from tho
place of tho slaughter, consisting of an old
man, his wifonnd son, and tholattcr'sxvifc,
havo been arrested, together xvlth A.
Stephenson, John Harness und wife, Thos.
Tyke and xvifo and daughter. A. M. King
a traveling preacher, has been arrested at
Parsons, niM a notorious murderer, onco
pardoned out of prison, named Major
Muinfonl, and n xvoman xvho xvas with him
have been ai rested at Fort Scott. Detec
tives uo still out. Ono of them, Thomas
Beers, has arrived at St. Louis on tlio trail
of the Bender family murderers.
Tlio prices of members of the Mississip
pi Logislaluio are said to range from 5
up the $100, according to qualillations and
Judge Nathan Clifford, tho oldest Justlco
of tho United States Supreme Court, and
xvho has been ou tho Bench tlio gicatcst
number of years, arrived ut his home lu
Maine from Washington on Wednesday
Tho Bank of England raised tho rate of
discount to live per cent Saturday, and tho
prlco of gold, which had been already ren
dered sensitive by tho repotted panic hi
Vienna, jumped to 1183, but closed nt a re
action to 118j.
In tho presenco of tlio principals and
many friends tho battle money (3,000) for
tho proposed fight between tlio pugilists
Aithur Chambers and Gcorco Seddons, on
tho 21st Inst, was delivered In New Yoik
on Saturday by tho temporary custodian
into tho hands of tho stakeholder. This
matter settled. Chambers, xvho xvon tho toss
for tho fighting ground, proceeded to quick
ly to Infoim tho opposing pnrty xvhero tho
contest xvould tako place, and after 6omo
explanation there xvas mutual satisfaction
cxprcsE-xl. It Is tho opinion of tho sport
Ing fraternity that If there is no outside In
terferenco tho light xvlll bo n bitter ono
and of long duration.
PRUNELLAS, PRUNES, CHERRIES,
7i:, , l"-"' "',ufl""-,",i iiuBiiuerries,i-ums
Huckleberries. Also, all kinds ot fruits In cans,
lor Bali; at II. W. MAHKIIAM,
inayldiwly Orovo street, ltutland, Vt.
BATTY'S NABOB PICKLES,
C'rossu A; Illackwell's Vickies, llalford's
Worcestershire Hauce, Nalioli Bauce, In Juct
nearly all kinds ot English ficklea can be. found
U. XV. JIAltSllAIX'H
"ENS' KIP. TAP-SOLE. HANI).
M AUK JIOOTH, t.K, lit No. 0, Mci chants'
ciinta im i.iM.iin.vr.
Thcro Is no pain vxlilcli tho Centaur Liniment
xvlll not rellcte, no swellings It will not subdue,
nnd no lameness which It will not cure. This Is
strong language, but It Is true. XV'hcro tho parts
nro not gone, Us effects nro marvelous. It has
produced moro cures of rheumatism, neuralgia,
lock-Jaw, palsy, sprains, swellings, caked
breasts, scalds, burns, salt-rheum, ear-ache,c.
uiwn tho human frame, and of strains, spavin,
galls, Ac, upon animals lu ono year than havo
all other pretended remedies since tlio world
begun. It Is n counler-Irrltnnt, nn nll-licnllng
pain relloier. Cripples throw nway their
clutches, tho lninc xvalk, poisonous bites nro
rendered harmless and tho wounded nro healed
without a scar. It Is no humbug, Tho rccelpo
Is published around each bottle. It Is selling
as no nrtlclo ever before sold, and It sells bc
causo It does Just w hat It pretends to do. Tlioso
who now suffer from rhcumatlsm.paln or swell
ing dcserio to surfer if they xvlll not uso Cen
taur Liniment. Jtorothan 1,000 eertlncalcs of
remarkablo cures, Including froen limbs,
chronic rheumatism, gout, running tumors, ftc.
havo been received. Wo xvlll send n circular
containing certificates, tlio rccelpe, Ac, gratis
to any ono requesting It. Ono bottlo of tlio
yellow wrapper Centaur Liniment Is worth ono
hundred dollars for spav Incd or swecnlcd horses
and mules, or for screw-worm In Bhccp. Stock
owners tills liniment !s worth your attention.
No family should bo without Centaur Liniment.
.!. II. Itosii A Co., Now York. maylwlw.
llCnsiorlii la moro than a substitute for Cas
tor Oil. It 13 the only mc nrtlclo In existence
xvhlch Is certain to asstmtlato tho food, rcgulato
tlio bowels,curo wind colic and produce natural
sleep. It contains neither minerals, morplilno
or alcohol, and Is pleasant to take. Children
need not cry, nnd mothers may rest. Iw4w.
NEURALGIA. Sometimes, Instead of
nttnrklng auildenly.lt commences with n
Blight heat or senso of itching, or numbness,
whlrh augments In severity moro or lessrapld
lj. 'Iho p.iln Increases from tlmo to time, until
your nerv es seem to snap nnd crack, Jerk nnd
lump, and play nil sorts of pranks, from tho
top ot jour head to the tips ot jour toes, tho
demon shooting forth like lightning along ono
unformnnto nerve, and now trvlng to tlo an
oilier lnlo n thousand knots, then attempting to
mnko a bowstring of another, sometimes lu the
region ot tho heart, again In the. face, head,
neck, etc. Uso Iir. .1. llrlggs' Allevnntor, and In
n trleo your neuralgia, xvlth all his demons, will
lio gone, and pneu again you may bo hnppy.
llrlggs' ltemedii's sold by 1-'. 1-Vnii & Co. and
others, nml druggists generally.
BRONCHITIS-IS n dry Inflammation
of tho membrane of tho ISronchln, which
causes a constant deslro to expectorate, but
wltli all tlio efforts In scraping, coughing or
sneering thcro Is no mucus to bo raised, nnd
tlio dllllculty increasing until It becomes cliron
lo; years of surrcrlng and death may result
from this neglect. I'so llrlggs' Throat nml
Lung Healer, llrlggs' Remedies sold by c.
Lewis and others.
CtORNS Are ns useless to the coniinu-
nlty ns mlscliief-mnklng old maids, corner
loafers hi largo cities or dishonest politicians;
no moro of a luxury than epsoin salts or castor
oil. llrlggs' Corn and liunlon Remedies, Alle
viator nnd Curative, eradicates corns, bimlons,
nnd cures Ingrowing nnlls, Ac. llrlggs' Ilcmc
dies sold by l'algo & Crooks, Oco. U. Oral cs and
13ILES Are a common affection, there
. being but few persons who nro not troubled
with them at some period ot their life. Tho dls
enso exists In small tumors In Iho rectum or
about tho arms, which nro divided Into llrst,
those which nro owing to a distended Btato or
tho veins of tlio part. Nothing eipinls llrlggs'
I'lio liemedles for tlieir cure, in Iggs' itemeilles
sold by F. A. Morse, West llutlaud, A. L. Kel
logg, Castlcton, nnd dealers tencrallv.
"10RNS. Bunions. Bad Nails. At., skill.
J fully treated by Dr. J. llrlggs ,t Co., nt tlio
Kieut ii-iiii.ti jieumig insiiiuie, so. usi nroad-
waj', New York.
yiLLAGE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
The Subscriber wishing- lo engage In oilier
..ullua 111:1 iw.oii'1-.ui. ami l'.xu.M
For Sale. Tills farm formerly known ;ns tho
ALVIN 11. JONKS l'LACK,
Is situated nt tlio east end of Park Street. Tlio
Mow from tlio rcsldcnco Is grand and but sel
dom surpassed. Tho buildings being on enough
elevation to nrford ono of tlio best view s ot this
plensimtnnd enterprising village, to bo found,
said Farm contains liliiirr V AClti:s of choice
i.ui.i, uKiuj ier iranui wuicn is under n high
stntu ot cultivation.
A lino Harden, Fruit Trees, Shrubbery. Ac.
are situated near the house.
This l'nrm Is n School Lot, thus making tho
.... V i ii.iii uuiiT innu.
ThOhOUSSIS within tlm (v.,,!. ii.it,.
nnd llio school facilities of tlio samo nro unsur
passed, tho (iraded School of Brandon being as
good ns tlie State affords. b
iiiuirepuwsiinirn mllo from tlio house. a
short drlvo over a good road.
Ilelug desirous of disposing of lliis nronertv
prev lous to ino llrst of .nine, will givu some ono
i.wu m.mk'"" - iiu is wiinng io give extra In
ducements to effect, a sain In this iimo
The. purchaser can buy tho stock andirannlng
tools that nro on tho place, or not, Just ns ho
may choose. For further particulars lnnulru ot
c. C. liUNN, on tho promises.
. Jinyl. lnnyldAwlm
gODA WATER 1 SODA WATER 1
FliUIT AXJJ GltlJAM SVJiUl'S,
Dispensed from a now and elegant
AltCliC SYItUI' API'AltATUS, TUFT'S I1EST.
Only B cents a glass, como nnd seo It and try
It, at No. 13 Center St., Hutlanu, Vt.
FHANC18 FENN & CO.
QHOO.ETSETS, ALL KINDS AND
r. vr.NN a- co's.
UBBER BASE REGULATIONS and
1 Foot Halls ut
mynldiw y, FKNN & CO'S.
rpRIEI) AND TRUE, OR Dit. ALLEN'S
A Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Diarrhea and
Dysentery Sjrup, Is tho only remedy tli.it was
nover known to fall ns a safo nnd speedy euro
tar tlio various forms ot summer Complaint.
'IrylL only 2.1 cents per bottle. Sold by all
dealers lu medicine.
l'KANCIS FKNN A CO.,
liioi-niETOns, ltDTUNii, Vt.
VI0K lt WASHBURN'S FLOWER
FItANCIS FKXN A CO'S,
No. 13, Center Street, ltutland, Vt.
CJARATOGA IN RUTLAND, THE
yj Mar Spring water on draft nipuro and
fresh as when dipped from tlio Hprlnfl at
FKANCIS FK.NN A CO.
pOMPOUND EXTRACT OF BARKS
J AND HOOTS for making beer. This Is
Just what your system needs at this season of
tho j'ear, and will inako n bexerngo that w 111 bo
very agreeable to tlio taste. Try It. Only S5
ccnlsjier bottle. Uvery bottlo makes ten gal-
FltANCIS FIINN A CO.,
Proprietors, Hcti-anii, Vt.
TAR SPRING WATER and other
oaruiuKu nuters uy mo caso or bottlo at
V. Fli.NN A CO'S.
piIILDRENS CARRIAGES, BOYS'
VJ Dump Carts, Waggons nnd XVheelbnrrows
F13NN A CO'S.
J R. DYER,
NO. 15 JIKnciIANTS' ItOW,
Iron and Lend lipe, l'ortablo and stationary En.
Bines ; liotnry Steam, Forco and cistern Pumps :
Leather nnd lliibber lleltlngj Itubber Hose una
l'acklngj liubbcr Overcoats, moves and Sllt
tens: Steam nnd XVnter Gauges i Water, Steam
anil (las Fittings, nnd Fixtures, nil kinds j Flax
and Sonpstono Packing: Cotton Wnsto, liumb
STEAM, XVATKK AND OAS F1TT1NO
Dono nt short notice, and nt prices adapted to
ltutland, May 1, 1873.
QPRING CATALOGUE OF PAPER
kj 1'ATKIINB for Ladles' and Chlldrcns irnr.
ments, Just received nt
mayiujw. u. N, JIEUIIIAM'S.
LADIES' WHITE KID SLIPPERS, at
o. W, Centimes, No. , Merchants' ltow.
B R O K E R ,
ii niio.il sthuht, xmr vouk.
SlnckR. llni-nrnmnitB nml nr.1.1 r.l.t
IV Interest allowed on deposit;). maylWtf
EW ARMY RROGANS, $1,75, nt
Q A. PARKHURST Ss CO.,
Kxtcnslvo Dealers In
FollLiUN AND DOMESTIC DItY (IOOIIM,
And a complcto assort ment ot
NOTIONS AND SMALL WAIIES,
83 MKItCIIANTS' HOW HUTLAND, VT.
otnko pleasure In informing tho trading
Public that It Is our aim to keep tho best select
ed stock nf Moods In our lino lo bo found In tho
Stale. XVo are constantly replenishing our
shelves with tho principal Stnplu Novelties of
tlio Season, making our Kstablhhmcnl, tub
best for your Interest from which to purchase
your DKY GOODS.
Wo have tho llest llargalns In
1) It II S S O o o I) S,
An extensile assortment ot
For Men and Hoys' wear.
(1 LOVES, Ac.
KIDS at ll.oo, Jl.w, Jl.r.0, ji.75 Per Pair.
Call for tho .IACO.UELINK COItSET best fitting
Our prices nro suro to glvo satisfaction.
C. A. PAliKIIUltSi' A CO.,
mayldtf ltUTLAND, VT.
gPRINO GOODS. SPRING GOODS.
KINSMAN A ItOSS
X Mi to say lo tlio public that they haxo now
open fur inspection tho best line ot Spring
(luods they ever offered.
IIOSIEIIY, GLOVES, Ac,
All elegant line of
silk and wool poplins,
IlUTTEItlCK'S CELEBRATED 1'ATTEltNS.
Call nnd evauiino our new lino of goods.
Yours respect fully,
KINSMAN A ItOSS.
nijidJni No. 3 Merchants' ltow, ltutland.
Q.EO. W. II 1 1. LIAR I),
31 MERCHANTS' ROW.
ijSO.OOO IN DRY GOODS 1 ! !
Largest assortment of DRESS GOODS In
soo Different Stylo DRESS GOODS 25 cents
to M.oo per yard.
100 pieces AI.PACCAS anil IIRILLIANTEEVS.
All Shades ot IRISH POPLINS.
Assortment ot JAPANESE TOPLINS,
sou DliTcrent Style SHAWLS,
lot) pieces Cloths for Suits anil Hoy's XVcnr.
M 0 U R N I N G O O O D S
ItEl) TA1II.E DAMASK,
IWIIITE TAI1I.E DAMASK,
twNono should full to glvo us n call before
GEO. W. HILLIARD,
37 Merchants' Row, RUTLAND,
U R T & S H E R M A N
Offer another lot ot thoso elegant
Nino qualities in Stewart's Household Brands.
60c, valuo 75c.; boc., value 75c.: boo., valuo 75c.
25j-ards for (1250.
NEW DRESS GOODS
for tho Twenty-flvo Cent counter,
4-1 Striped and Polka Dot Percale, ISc. Ono to
ten ynrd pieces. Valuo 2.V.
Patent Blooming Black Mohair, 55c., toe., 70c.
Aus. Crape, Tamlse, 4-4 XVool Delaine, Crctonc,
Pnrlslcnne, Bombazine, Drnp do Tnc,
Satlne, Canton Grenadine.
lOOdoz. J'uro Linen Handkerchiefs, eve
Scarfs and Striped Ottoman Shawls ot tlio
choicest si) It's.
Alexandra's Kid Gloves, one, two and three
Ono-hnlf, Threo-fourths and Full Hose, In Iron
iramc, tor inuics, misses aim ciinurcn,
NEW GOODS ARK CONSTANTLY BEING
It Is next to Ininosslblo to mention a Rlitiwnth
part of our stock in tho small space ot quarter
of a column. Como and look over tho stock at
Tho largest, lightest and best located store,
and llnest variety of Dry Goods, this Bldo of tho
largo cities. All from A, T. Stewart A Co., tho
lowest prlco house, best goods, and most relia
ble nnn In tho world.
May 1, 1873.
BURT A SHERMAN,
t A GREAT
Extract of Roots and Hi-lb which almost In
variably cure the ruUmvllnr ' "inphillils:
Dj-spcpsla, Heart Hum, Liver I'oninl.ilnls nnd
Loss of Appetite cured h) Inking a few bottles.
Lnssllude, Low Splrlls und Sinking Sensation
cured at once.
Eruption", Pimples, Blotches nml nil Impiui
lles ot the blood, bursllng through the skin or
otherwise, cured readily by rollow Ing tlio direc
tions ou the bottle.
For Kidney, Bladder nnd I'linory derange-
1111.11 1 U tt li.iu lin i.mi-l . mm lir.t lln tflll niinvttii
tho most sceptical. '
X orms expelled from the system without Iho
least difficulty; a tew bottles are suniclenl tor
tlio most obsllnnte eases.
Plies, ono bottlo has cured tho most illfllcult
ease xvnen nil oincr i-cmcuics lulled.
Nervous Dinicuitles, Neuralgia, Headache,
tvi-., l-USdl llllltll'Ulilll'IJ ,
Rheumatism. Stvellrd Joints mid nil Sci-tifnl.-i
Aflllctlons lcuicivt'd, or greatly relieved by this
Bronchitis, Catanh, Convulsions nndlljstei-
uuii-ii ui 111111:11 I riMM I'U.
Difficult Breathing, l'.iln In the Lungs, Side
nnd Chest, tdmost invariably cured by taking u
few bottles ot ouaker Hitters.
Female llinicultles,sopievnlent among Amer-
luiiii minus, jieut rcmiiij luiuisinvaiuaoic mcu
ielne, tho (pinker Hitters,
Bllllous. Remlttnnt nnd liilcriiitti.ini lVvrrs.
so prevalent In many p.u Is of our country, com
pletely eradicated by the uso of the ouaker Bit
ters. Tho Aged Und in tlie (Juaker lintel's Just tho
... ,.nv iui;j niiui'i hi ii-L'u ,,i m im'ir declining
years, it quickens tlie blood nml cheers the
11; uu, ami pave ino passage down the plane in
clined. No One c:in loll'- rpmnln mm-nll milnaa iintlnt.
ed xvlth nu Ineurnblo disease,) alter taking a
few bottles ot tlio (Quaker Hitters.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers In Medicine.
"Solil nt Wholcs.ilo and Retail by c. P.
..,, , , IVllllUlHI.
DR. II. S. FLINT A CO.,
At their Great Medical Depot, lsr, and IDT Broad
Til 1-1.-1, 1 Tuwuciice, It. 1.
REASONS WHY THE PAIN KILLER
PERRY DAVIS it SON,
IS THE BEST PAMILV JIEIUCINE OC THE AtlE I
And why It should lie kept always near at hand.
1st. PAIN-KILLER is the most ceii.qln Chnl-
era euro that medical science lias pro
ud. PAIN-KILLER, as a Dlarrlm-a nnd Dys-
v..n..j ii-iui-uj, Bi-iuuni 11 uveriaiis.
3d. PAIN-KILLER will euro Cramps or Pains
In any part of tlio system. A single doso
uiuauj t-iii-uiM u cure.
4th. PAIN-KILLER will euro Dtspepsla nnd
Indigestion, II u,ed according to dlrec-
5th. PAIN-KILLEIiis nn almost never falling
mi auuuui VI-1U.S, ,UUI1S f.l.
oth. PAIN-KILLER has proved a sovereign
remedy for Fever and Ague, nnd Chill
l ever ; It lias cured the must obstinate
till. I'AIX-KILI.ER ns n liniment Is nn.
equaled for Frost Bites, chilblains,
Bums, Unlives, Cuts, Sprains, e.
Sill. PAIN-KII.l.Elt b.is cured rnsps nf IMimi.
matistii and Neur.tlglaatler years stantl-
9th. PAIN-KILLER will destroy llnlls, Fel-
uus, winnows urn ores, giving renei
iruiii 1-.1111 aiier me ursi application.
10th. PAIN-KILLER cures Headaches and
11th. PAIN-KILLER will save you days of
sickness nml many n Dollar in II1110 nnd
jiueiur a uius.
12th. l'AIN.KILI.ETt is a purely X'egclablo
prejianiiion, Haie in Keep audio u.so 111
every family. Tho simplicity attending
us usp, together with the gicat vartety
of diseases that may bo entirely eradi
cated by 11, and the great amount of
pain nnu siiiieringinai canoonucvinieu
through Its uu-, make It Impernllie
upon every person to supply themselves
with this xnlu.ible remedy, and to keep
It nlvvava near nthand
THE PAIN KILLER Is now know n nnd appre-
nuii-M in uii-ij tiii.iiit-i ui hut itiuue. 1 uvsi
clans recommend it In their practice, while nil
lasses ot society have found In It relief and
uiuion. unc 11 a iriai.
Be sure and buy tho genuine. Every Drug
gists, and nearly every Country tlrccer Ihiough-
uu, mo 1. lltlt ItVl jl lb 1UI 91111'.
FUNNY SIDE OP PHYSIC.
600 PAGES, 250 ENGRAVINGS.
A startline exnoso of Mpdlo.il Humlmirsnf Urn
past and prescni. It ventilates Ouacks, Impos
tors, TrnvellngDoetors, Patent Medicine ven
ders. Noted Femnlo Cheats, Fortuno Tellers
uini .mediums, nun gives inieresiing accounts ot
nuieii riiysicuius nun nurrnuves or tneir lives.
It revcnls Btnrtllug secrets, and Instructs all
how to avoid tho Ills xvhlch ilesh is heir to.
XVo glvo excluslvo territory anil liberal commis
sions, i or circulars and terms nuuress tuo
publishers, j. 11. ni'itll ,t HYDE,
Hartford, Conn., or Chicago, 111.
OF THE UNITED STATES.
Twelve hundred pages nnd too engravings,
printed In English and German. Written y
twenty eminent amour, iiieiimnig umn it,
Gouglt, Hon. I.con Case, Edwanl Rowland, Rev.
E. Edwin Hall, Philip Ripley, Albert Brisbane,
llomeo Greeley, F. 11. Perkins, etc., etc.
This work Is n eompleto history of all branches
of Industry, processes ot manufacture, etc., lu
allnges. It Is n eompleto encyclopedia of arts
and manufactures, and Is the most entertain,
lug and valuable work of Intorinntlou on sub
jects of general Interest ever offered to tho
public. XVo glvo our ngents tho excluslvo right
of territory. J)uo of our ngents sold 183 copies
In eight tbiys, another solti sas copies In two
weeks. Our agent In Hartford sold 397 in ono
week. Specimens ot tho work sent to agents
011 receipt of stamp. For circulars anil terms to
ngents address t ho publishers, J. 11. biirr jt
11 VDE. Hartford. Conn., or Chicago, ill.
UNCIVILIZED RACES OF MEN
IN ALL COUNTRIES OF THE XVORI.D.
Being n comprehensive account of their man
ners nnd customs, nml ot their phj-stcnl, social,
mental, moral and religious characteristics.
Ilv Rev. J. G, Woon, M, A., F, I. 8.
Flvo hundred engravings, 1,500 Super Royal
Octavo pages. In two volumes, or
two volumes in one.
Agents nro making over (loo- per week In sell
Ing this w ork. An early application will secure
a cholco of territory. For terms address tho
J. 11. llURH ti HYDE,
HARTFORD, CONN., ou CHICAGO, ILL.
13LVNOS AND ORGANS TO RENT
-at E. N. MEHRUM'S.
Also repairing and tuning.
MIEAS, from AO cents to $1,75; also fresh
UIUUUU VUl'l'lil.) 11V
11 W t I1IDM . .r.
mnylUAwiy Corner ol'oro'vu und West sts.
P E I! I A L N O T I O E .
DR. S. W. SMYTH,
A V R 1ST AND OCULIST,
Has, nt tho urgent solicitation of natrons and
fi lends, established a liennanent Branch Ofllco
In 1II TI.ANII, VT.,'and may ho consulted dally,
(except Fild iys,) nt Iho
On ull diseases of tlio EYE, EAR, NOSE,
THROAT ami LUNGS, nnd nil chronic diseases
lending lo General or Nervous Debility.
RIGHT REV. LOUIS DeGOESBRIAND,
catholic msuor of vkiiviont,
Atlests In tlio following statement to tho skill of
D11. 8. W. SMYTH.
BrnLisoTo.v, Vt., Jan. 23, tsti.
To THE PCltl.ICi
I have 110 hesitation In rccommcndlm- nr.
Smj Hi nfteri seeing him perform n very skillful
operation on the ear of Rev. P. J. O'Carrall, xvho
was mereuy instantaneously cured of deafness
myldly LOUIS DeGOESIIRIAND.
A QITXtTTVifci rrt.tTir -rt An .
All tho leading styles ot
SPRING AND SUMMER NOVELTIES,
far surpassing all our former endeavors In
Deautj", Quality and Price.
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS,
All styles and shapes, from 60c. upwards.
Exqulslto sprajs, from 10c. upwards.
SILK TIES AND HANDKERCHIEFS,
All shades and styles. XVIndsor Ties nt50c sold
eisew hero ut 7oe. Large silk Iichn Rand
Kerchiefs reduced to S5c. from It 25.
Beautiful lino and handsome patterns In Cold,
itubber, Horn and Jet, from 5c. a set upward.
In nil shades, nt (1 00 ; two buttons $1 25.
Full assortment, from loe. n pair, that aro
worth 2oe., upwards. Iron Friimo Hose, double
heel and feet, at 35c.
LACES AND LACE GOODS.
A full and complete lino In Handkerchiefs.
Bows, Sleeves, Ties nnd Collars. Wo xvnrruiit
all our lace goods to wash lo tho last thread.
CORSETS AND BUSTLES.
German Woven Corset, worth $1, wo sell nt 70c.
HAIR SWITCHES AND CURLS.
Wo cannot bobcat on Long Hair Switches at
.ii5; much larger at tsui. Linen Urnlils re
duced to 40c. Linen switches reduced to toe.
INFANTS' LONG AND SHORT ROBES,
Merino Cloaks, Hoods, Cops, Shoes, Sacks A- Bibs.
SASH AND TRIMMING RIBBON,
III all shades, srades, and at greatly reduced
Ixits and lots of goods daily coming, nnd stacks
ot them j et to come, and nil selling ntour usual
iwpular and low figures. Call at
ASIIMUN'S TEMPLE OF FASHION,
NONPAREIL BLOCK, Center St.
MroitDEUS HY JIAIU-Samples and prlco
list promptly sent by mall or express. mj ldtf
JEW SPRING GOODS.
Opens this season a larges and tlner assort
HOOTS AND SHOES
than ever before. Ills facilities tr itollig b-nsr.
ness havo been Improved, and tc? Intends to
excel in every direction all lit uU piovious.
LADIES', MISSES' AND CIIICDREN'S
Flno French Kid,
Oiled and Pebbled Goat,
Sorgo and Sergo Foxed,
In Button nnd Lacu
GENTS', BOYS' AND YOUTHS'
Calf Iland-Scxved (City Make),
Cablo Sowed, Mnchlno Sewed, and
Pegged Boots and Shoes In all styles..
Manufactured for Ocnts', Ladles', Misses' and
My cxperlcnco of thirl v vears warrants mo in
GOOD STOCK AND PERFECT FITS.
Call and seo ino at
No. IS MERCHANTS' ROW. mldtr
TILL JAXVARV 1. 1874.
tinYWi;. ,n s;!"ir.".;""-"xerso
say that no u" ,urlmT ""l01".
EXTRA EARLY X'KIIMOXT Mtiton
Aro Dmv lilr finln Sv m,.i, ...
Rutland, May 5, 1873.
l.lj"-S. CLEMENS, NEAR TUB
tVoso"fVIn,!!Ila' ll.uliand' , sells ipplo
straw iSfrrv pS vf.t i"lca at centa each.
i(K iMfiTXiJiSSfe Y,llsa's seedlings, (l.ooner
rfim,inn.orap0 Vln,s 85 conta each. As
paragus TOOta. 8 vnnni nl ai ,.yi
S,aiSOnSSSl0'Ureou A Plants, at low
nn!f!,nuirn?,.um8' double and slnglo, piano
'milE REST SHIRTS I EVER HAD."
X This Is xvhat they say of
C N. .MiytRIAM'S riUtFECT FITTING. SJJirtTS,