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If a man si anils on n corner In Oswego
fio minutes without nnyllilng to ilo, he Is
lined ten dollars.
New Yoik sawdust In boxes continues to
bring fabulous prices In tlio rural district.'.
Rnlmquu has n town clock which It takes
tlirce-iiuaitcrs of nil hour to wind up.
Can lots In a certain lake city bo uppio
prlatcly called tracts of HulTnlo ?
The Sioux- Indians arc getting so refined
that they want Congress water to ill Ink ni
ter their whiskey.
Indiana women slilku effective blows at
Intemperance. They imply rolling pins,
Hliears and stove handles to the saloon
A man in Norwich goes round i-clllng
thimbles warranted to enable u deaf, dumb
and blind person to thread n needle.
A negro at Eilvvnrilsvlllc, 111., claims
that he cut of n woman's head with an axe
not knowing what lie was doing.
Farmers are walling for the weather to
moderate sulllelently to permit them to
hang up their winter suits In the corn fields.
The Courier-Journal thinks It unwise for
a man to carry his hair among the Indians.
II Is a piece o'f foolishness that no one Is
likely to perpetrate twice.
A Natchez reporter fell asleep while
crossing a feiry, and when he awoke he
thought lie heard a lire bell and he leaped
Inlo tin1 liver and was drowned.
A Pennsylvania man usoil nitro-glyeerlne
to blow out a ledge.- As be hasn't been
home since, his wife hasn't made any iliii
nile arrangements about a Spring bonnet.
A Milwaukee woman has braided five
hundred straw hats this spring, and if she
could only get a hundred dozen linen coats
to make, ner hiisiuiul woulil intend the I
A heart-rendlni' accident occurred near
Columbus. ()., the other dav. A woman
was drowned while Irving to hang herself
from the limb of a tiee at the water s edge.
Tlie keeper of an Iowa poorhouse
thrashed an old man half to death for say.
big lli.it poorlioitse tea was half hay, and
ui.il poornmi.se sugar was nail sanil. tipiii
ions illlfer everywhere.
A young man at Kenosha bet tvvs ilollais
(h it lie could take n ceitaln man's nose be
tween his thumb and linger. Althouuh the
slid ceitain man was a church deacon, the
Mid young man's doctor's bill was I'ouitccn
It is not iiiite time to despair, savs the
New York 'mnmcrciil -ileiHiier. There
is a chance yet to tret even with (lie Mo-
tloes, I.ct us send our Ilrother Tulniugc li
read 'em 1! iiicrofl's History of the United
"Our .11 mi."
" Tlll'l tile ltrblirlnif 11m Wnlllii1i.il IVnm
the wharf, some that have been kept in
a southern prison, iind pa savs, w ill you
Thus in eager lone.-, spoke the daughter
of Assistant Surgeon I) , of "lio-
mlal, i iislilntrton.
We responded by joining at once the
group of surgeons in.tlio entrance hall. The
sull'eicrs weie lirouirlit In upon slictchers.
and as they were canted by, the chief-sur-
geon oruereii inem to sueii warns as seemed
liiol suitable lor the paitlcular case.
Some of the noor fellows weie in u fear
fill condition j toes, llngers.aud limbs often
a mass of corruption. Wo uttered kind
words to the conscious, and tried to soften
uie sternness ot ur. u. tliu head surgeon, by
little soothing applications of our own.
The hopeless cases wcro always assigned
to a room in the rear of the building, quite
near the dreaded "dead-house." This morn
ing it bcemed to us the "hopeless w ard"
wouiii leccive nearly all 01 tliem, and just
as we w ere thinking how hard we must la-
norm inner to save somu little, token for
the absent friends, O.'s voice reached us
from the upper end of the hall : "Take him
to the rear, hopeless :" and in a moment
more we leaned oyer a stretcher whereon a
tan, nreau-sliouldered man lay, whose ex
pression of countenance as he heard the
surgeon's words, I shall never forirct.
Dr. I), who stood next us the youngest
- 1.. 41. 1 1
mui-un in mu uiuimug inriicu lioivn mo
Might covciing and exposed aghast v slirlit
a once powerful leg one mass of decaying
matter. The patient looked toward us as
lie saw our pitying glances, and exclaimed
in a lone wiileli rails; through the ha 1 :
"Save mo; I have a wife and live chil-
ilrcn: 1 must not die.
"We will do nil we can," I hastened to
say as the stewards moved on.
"Doctor, would it bo possible to save
"One chance in ten thousand," lie an
swered. "Let us try."
"You forget that 1 am only an assistant
here, and must obey orders."
I Hew to Dr. O. "Can we try to save
that man ?" I asked.
"Useless ; why spend time over such
cases when wc are so crowded ? he must
"Lei him go to my 'pet ward' " I urged;
"anywhere, out among the hopeless.
Please, doctor, ns a special favor."
"Ah, you women hamper us witli your
pleadings," he answered half crossly.
"Put him where you please; only don't
ask liio to sympathise if ho is soon buried."
Wo went back to the klnil-hearted as.
slstant, who stood with his young wife
leaning on his arm.
"Will you perforin the operation V"
"Yes, If I can get permission to do so,"
Then camo a discussion, opposition, a
vote of the staff, and, after much trial, the
poor fellow was carried into the amputat
"Dr. D. must take entire charge of the
case," said ()., with a shrug of tlio shoul
ders. "It Is nonsensical aiid I will have
nothing to do with it."
Tlio operation was performed in the
most skilful manner, we were told, and
Dr. I), said to us ;
"If I ever prayed in my life I did then.
Not one encouraged me. They voted to
please you, In my favor, and I gave myself
up entirely to the wink in hand and went
on ; now if he will only live."
"Our man" gained wondcrfull. Never
did we feed a patient on brandy and water
witli more eagerness. (. stood by us say
ing: The end Is not yet."
Dr. I), came lo icquest our presence In
tlie "dead hoii-e," lie would like to show
us tlie remains of the limb. Wo went out
in company with two tliico surgeons who
nssuicil us no case of the kind had ever oc
curred hero befoie, and Dr. I), was famous.
Wo looked on calmly, as lie took "it" from
the pile hi one corner, and listened In a
dreary way to uu account of the "dllllcul
ly, science, transverse something" but all
the time wo were hearing :
"Save me; I have u wife and Ihe child
ren ; I must not die."
"Doctor," said I, "if he lives, you saved
him ; and that is worth living for."
"You savcil him," icpliwl tlie doctor,
"No one clso would have gained pcrml.s
slou for such an operation ; and then aiid
theiu wo called him "our man."
Ho gained slowly hut steadily, and we
left him to tako our place us patient, only
to hear on our recovery that "our mail '1
bad gone home to his family. If his eye
should rest on this paper, ho will doubtless
remember who held up' tho doctor's little
daughter for him to kiss, because " she
was so like his own."
As for Dr. I)., wo nru qtilto mho ho is
doing good somewhere, and should ho read
this lie will learn how much ho was lion,
oral for ids bravery. Porn young practi
tioner to face tho opposition of all ids asso
ciates, is no trillo; but to perform a illlll
cult mid peculiar operation, witli critical
eyes upon one, w ith only ouo chanco in ten
thousand of saving life, Is evldenco of a 110
blo heart, as well us clear heard.
NOTICK.-.T. 51. Hall retires, this day
from tlio Una of II. L. Vcrdcr A Co. Tlio
business bo conlliuiod ns heretofore under tlio
same linn iiuino by II. I. Verdcr mid Thomas J.
II. I.. VEHDHH,
THOS. J, I.YO.V,
., . ,. M- HALL,
ltutlaud, May i, 1873. mayludlw
pOPARTNERSIIIP. - Wo havo nsso
J elated with us as partner with onc-tiilrd
Interest, H. I. Cobb, formerly ot Tbimouth, VI.
Tho ilrm name will bo as ever.
Walllngford, Vt May 1, ism. mylvvaw
UNN it CHAMTON,
Manufacturers ot nil kinds of
ami dealers In
'LANISHKD, BRITANNIA, JAPAN, GLASS
AND WOODEN WAKES
of every description.
imooMH, hiiusiies anii baskets,
anil a general assoitincnl of
house furnishing goods.
Sperm facilities for Jobbing nil kinds of
TIN ANII GLASS WAUU.
Sf-All Kinds of liutTKii taken In exchange for
NO. II MERCHANTS' HOW. .
ltutlaud, Vt May l, ls;a. mvidtt
j i: m o v
A I, .
S. (1. staley, of tho late Ilrm of Stnley A Up.
Pliicolt, has icinoifd his business from No. 117
Center St., to No. 11 Merchants' ltow, where he
has rurmi'd a Copartnership with Messrs. Ilunn
A Crainton, uniler the linn namo ot s. il. staley
A- Co. lie w ill be pleased to sec nil of his old
customers, and as many new ones us will favor
uiiii iui n euu.
1 (I . S '1' A Ii E Y A- CO.,
No. 13, Merchants' How,
STOVES AND HOT Alii FURNACES.
The Slewnit mul New American Cnoktnt?
Moves, for both wood mul coal, cuiistanlly on
ii.um, .HaiiiiiiilllUtTS UI UIHl Ul'UlIT Ml
coi'i'i:i!, tin anii shi:i:t ihon wake.
P I- U 31 li I N Ct
In nil Us branches. Ilath Tubs, Water Closets,
.uu, , mci i null I' llllll VI
TIN KOOt'INO AN11 JODIIINU
Of nil kinds promptly attended to. None but
Himui mm rcnume worKinen einpioyen.
AU. HOlilC ir.lA'M.VJ'A'M
r.KMKMBEll, 2 U00KS .SOUTH OK THE OI'KliA 1101'fK,
Foil Sll.K iiv K. (1. HTAI.HV & CO.
DIAMOND AND ItUHY FUKNACKS.
JauicH .1. iMimon, lttentte.
For Heating churches, School-Houses, Public
buildings, and l'rlvnlo ltcsldenrcs.
l'UU.Ult, WAHKEN Sc CO.,
Manufacturers, Tnov, N. Y.
llrancli Houses-New York, Cleavelnnd and
C.l!lclV0.- . H' STALKY Co., Agents.
J trnt Premium Am. Inn. 1ST1.
l'o"blo Elevated Oven, Warming Closet,
bro l ug Hoor, Fender (luard, Dumping unit
Shaking (irate, Direct Drurt.
la'I.LEIt, WAltltrJN & CO.,
Manufacturers, Tuov, N.Y.
Ilrancli Houses New York, Cleveland, and
Chicago. s. (1. STALKY & CO,, Ageids.
gTHAM ST0NK CU'ITKH COMPANY,
Solo proprietors and manufacturers of tho
STONi: CIIANNELINO OH (iHAHItYINd MA
CHINE, For culling Mono Into viulous sizes and dl
inenslons IN ALL KINDS OF 0.1'AIUIIES.
omen and suors,
JOHN W. CHAMTON, Prc&'t.
OKOltOE E. IlOYCE, Treas.
CHAltl.ES CLAHK, SCCy.
inyl-ly tlKO. j. W'AHDWKLL. Supt.
qCKAP IKON AND STEEL, OLD
V J Mnrblo Saws and Currency taken In ex.
change tor Nulls at tho
HlTTLANI) NAIL WOHKS.
W est of Lincoln Iron Works.
Use. Itennc's Pnin-KIlIIng Mnglo Oil.
" ( imrLn UU a Cham."
Safe to uso and delicious to euro Colds.
Safo to use and delicious to euro Crumps.
Safe to uso and delicious to euro Catarrh.
Safo to uso and delicious to euro Contusions.
Saro to uso und delicious to euro Colic.
Safo to uso and delicious to euro Croup.
Sato to uso and delicious to euro Cough.
For Soro Throat, mix llcnno's Mnglo Oil with
water, and uso for gargling tho throat, and In
severe cases swntho the throat at bed tlmo with
threoor four thicknesses of ilannelwet with
tho Mnglc oil. This prevents bronchial dim.
culty, und cures Canker In tho Throat and
Stomach, und piomotes digestion.
Itenno's rain-Killing Mnglo Oil Neuralgia.
Uenno's raln-KIIllng Mnglo oil Hhettniutlsm.
Itenno's rulii-Kllllug Mnglo Oil Sciatica.
Itenno's l'aln-Kllllng Mnglo Oil chilblains.
Itenno's Fain-Killing .Mnglc oil Sprains.
Kcnnc's l'utn-Klllliig Maglo oil llcndache.
Itenno's IMln-KUIIng Mnglc Oil Toothache.
Ho sni p anil get tho genuine. Sold by all lion,
est and prasjieruus druggists, merchants and
grocers. Manufactured only by WM. ltliNNK
& bO.NS. I'lltslleld. Muss.
jSEW HOOT AND SHOE STOHE,
I havo tho llncst block of Heady Mndo
BOOTH A N U H II O U S
For denls' and Youths' In tho Stato. Orders In
tlio best stjles of workmanship, well made, In
llncst Imported Leal hers. Only llrst-clnss work
men employed. All w ork under tho supervision
of O. Vnllquette.
Ladles' Work loonier, In tlio chnsto andclc
gnnt iiuslo of Spring Fashions. Finest stock In
mayldiin II. VALLK1UETTK.
PIIINO STYLES OF FItENCII KID
nocs, fa to m, at
o. w. cuitiUEnu
LADIES' SEHQE OOItE-IIEELED
Slippers, only fl, at
o. w. cuiiiuisnu
'EN '8 HUllHEH HOOTS, 3.75, at
ki. ,. vLiiiucun, no. n, jiiercnanis'
JUTLAND MAIU1LE COMPANY,
WIIOI.KHAI.K llCALKliS IN
llLOCK & SAWED MAltllLE.
gttAIMIIKS AND MII.IJl,
J. N. HAXTKlt, Supt. WKST HUT LAND, VI.
All the grndes of ltiilland Marble, In tlio
slinpo of slabs of vnrlous thicknesses required
for Furniture, Mantel, and Decorative Work, as
well as Cemetery uses j also Cublo Stock for
Monumental and llulldlng purposes, Including
liases, strips, nnd l'osts, may bo found in our
yard at nil times.
Our extenslvo nrrnngements for tho produc
tion of Mnrble, In tho way of iunrrjlng Ma
chtnery, and Mills comprising thlrty-two gangs
of saws, placo us In position to supply the
wants ot tho Trade, Wholesale and lletall
Dealers, builders, Furniture-Men, nnd gen
eral Manufacturers will tlnd It to their Interest
to favor us with their orders.
Hl'ThAND MAllllt.i: CO.
LIVEll MAlUHiK AND 0I1ANITE
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN MARIILE
TAIILHTS, FONTS, C.,
To order In nny part of the United States with
out risk to the purchaser,
All work executed by this Hstabllshment Is
done In the most monorail nnd autistic
So large n proportion of our w ork Is now going
Inlo the City Cemeteries In successful competi
tion with tho best city manufactures that our
products are ns f.imotisand conspicuous for their
excellence, In llrccnwood Cemetery of New
Y'ork, Hural Cemetery of Philadelphia, and
many of tho Western Cities, as throughout Ver
mont. And we present tho fact of our constant
ly Increasing business, Justllled by the rxitoiui
EXCKM.K.vcK of our work during tho past llio
j ears, as tho surest guaranty purchasers can
havo of our faithfulness In the future,
f2J.lt EAT CLOSING OUT SALE!
11IKKK IV 1 1.1. 11E Ol'KNKM AT
NO. 9 M HHCIl A NTS' HOW,
On or about May sth, a largo stock of
GENERAL M EROH ANDISE
Which will be
HOLD A T O O H T
ct.ost: our a ntniXK.ss.
Full Particulars soon.
GEORGE W. CHAPLAIN, .In.,
HCTI.AND, April Mill.
T A L L I N 0 F O R I)
A , HILL A- SON
Will oien on Monday, May 6th, the new
Over their store, where will bo displayed an
elegant stock of Pattern Hats, Hlblxms, Flow
?r' Fn"108' HaUi, Ac. New York Hoods at
Walilngford rrlces. Also Mens' and Hoys' Hats
Having enlarged and lmproted our
Woslinll open on tho same day, our Spring
MENS. B0V8' ANU CUII.1I1IKSS' 81'ITS.
Canglvoagood business suit for $10, nnd wo
have a good lino of liner good. Klegnnt Coats
and Vests and Nobby Pants.sWo havo remod
And can now offer a full Block of LndlesUIIssos1
und Children's Shoes, Kubbcra and Hlltv. '
licrs; nlso, Men's and IIojs'
Hoots and Shoes.
Wo havo o now lot of
CKOCKE R Y
Toojicni also In stock, niasswarc, Hardware,
(JrassSecd and Flour. Wo can glvo tlio best
OHOC'EIIIES AND FAMILY SUPPLIES.
Como and get 8 lbs. of.lho best whlteSugnr for
liavosomo not ns good for to cents.) Hut wo
- ".(tJUWIIO,UI Will Ul I'l II.L-EI, DU
you must call on us and sco for yoursclics.
A. HILL & SON,
W A L L I N a F O R D .
A SPLENDID LOT OF NEW 11RAID
, IN(1 DKS1UNS, also ALPHA HUTS, Just re
13. N. MKHIIIAM'S.
HOOTS AND SHOES, AT No. 47,
Having mado such arrangements with New
LniTlatld nnd New Yorlf miililirnrturnra n,
nblesusto orfertotho peoplo of Hullnndcounty,
a stock of goods which ennnot mil to meet tho
wnntsot nil. Wo cordially Invito an examina
tion, nnd respectfully beg n shnro of pntronngc.
iiii.uiK iimiiu ill IIIIIKfllieillS Willi Mt. t
Albce to take chnrgo of this branch of our busi
ness, and oversee tho Custom Work, wo shall
always bo prepared to tako measures, and man
ufacture to order all kinds of lagged nnd sowed
work, for eilherOenllemen, Ladles or Children's
wear, our terms will nlways bo cnh, anil shnll
therefore bo nblo to Roll ns low ns nny parlies In
fllHH'lIlllKS ANII P1I0VISI0NS.
This department of our Irado wo shall Mill
continue; matri Lilly nddlng to our stock during
tho next few days. It Is our Intention to keep
the very best gondsthat can bo found, nnd shall
alwaj s si i Ivo lo bo oblo to sell as iaiw as nny
FLOUH. Wo nro ngenls for Penlleld, Lyon
x co. s i iour, which is nesnow leugeit by nil to
be equal It not superior to any brand Hold In this
market, and nro able lo sell at tlio very lowest
TEAS. Wo call especial attention to our teas
and think wo nru nblo to supply them at low
prices and of excellent quality.
CANNED (lOOI)S-Of all kinds, from tho very
best Packers In the country.
Everything belonging lo Fancy (Irocerlcs con
stantly kept In stock.
MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND, VT.
Mny 1, 1973. df r '
" U S T R E 0 E 1 V E I)
A HM.t. STOCK or
ROOTS, SHOES AND RUIlllERS,
AT W. H. HOSS'
NO. B, MKIICIIANTS' HOW,
Which will be sold very cheap for cash.
First comes tho child that cannot tulk,
Hut thinks, sometimes, he'd like to walk;
Ills feet In socks he can't endure,
Hut longs for something more secure.
Then tuko him out somo pleasant day,
And cull at Hoss' on your way ;
A pair of shoes, to suit his mind,
When jou nre there you'll easy Und.
Next comes tho youth o'er which you frcl,
Hecause his feet uro nlivnj s wet ;
The leason why his shoes uro poor
And do not keep his feet secure.
Then go lo Hoss and get a pair
That on nru sure has got tho wear.
They suit tho child, no more he'll cry,
because Ids feet arc warm and dry.
Tho next, a Miss with shining eyes,
Who thinks her boots nro quite a pi l7c
They set so neat and look so trim,
They make her foot look very slim.
The stle Is new tho prlco Is low
You'll Und such now on Merchants' ltow ;
Five tho number nnd Hoss tho name;
He'll biiltjou, too, If any can.
Then cranes tho gent Hint looks so prim,
His clothes arc all j ou sco of him.
Tho tailor made him nil complete,
but Mr. Hoss has dressed Ids feet.
To see him now would mnko you laugh,
Head and feet tho same, both show tho calf.
Then comes tho man w ho shows his sense
by buying boots at less expense.
Ho tnkes a pair that's good and strong.
That wears full well and lasts him long.
Ho purchased them at Hoss' store,
And w hen the 're gono he'll get somo uioro
Tlio lady too, who'll reason use,
Will go to Hoss nnd buy her shoes.
Tho prlco Is small, tho goods nro good,
And that's a thing well understood.
Her bargain's good, sho'll near complain,
And when thej 'ro gone she'll como again.
There's Hubbers too, In fiery sblu
As good ns you'll llnd for many u mile.
Thick iKKrts that suit I ho runner's eye,
And when ho sees boil surely buy ;
For tho soles nro thick, iho legs nre long.
And tho scams nro sew ed both neat st rung.
So If you wish to trade, please go
To ltoss' store, on Merchnnts' How.
$UWim'!j luul glutei (Soo-iK
JJARROAVS A MITCHELL,
Ciicccssors lo FlIESCH fc llAlllIOWS.)
PROSPECTUS FOR 187!!.
As wo havo worn no disguises in tho pastwo
como w lib no promise of a new sensation. Wo
shall orrcr jou no cunningly deilscd fables to
tickle your fancy, nor tako a fresh departure In
unbeaten paths to rellovo tho monotony- of
truth-telling. For nearly Fifteen Y'carswohaio
held to tho same principles, and wo llnd them
all unworn by the lapse of time.
MII.I.INEltY AND FANUV HOODS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
All orders entrusted to our caro will be
I'Kosii'ri.v axii CAnuvuu.v viuxv.
HARROWS it MITCHELL,
NO. 81 MEHCIIANTS' HOW.
LllERT W. HIGGINS,
MEHCIIANTS' ItOW, UNDEK HATES HOUSE,
Offers for salo n full stock of
TUB tiNEST LINE OC
F A N 0 Y AND TOIL H T II o U II H
To bo found In any Drug store In Vermont
NAIL IiltUSHES, C0MI1S, Ac. ANU
Pomades and Hair Oils C'osmctlques and
Toilet Powders, Ac, Ac, Ac.
Just reeeli cd a largo stock of Traveling nud
Which wo oiler Low for Cash,
Call and examine our slock of
Which w o will gunranteo Is tho largest and
llncst In Iho Stato. Now Is tho tlmo
DID YOU KVEll TltV
IIICHIINS' 8UPF.HI0K COLOGNE WATKIIJ
IT IS TUB 1IEST,
A. W. HiaGINS,
41 Merchants' How, .... ltUTLAND. vt.
Q.L011E PAPER COMPANY.
PUIIMSHEHS PltlNTEKH, STATIONEIIS
ni.ASK hook MAXUi'AcrunviiK,
HaMng purchased Iho Wholesalo Faiier nnd
Stationery business of 11. A. Hawser, and Iho
Printing business of Jas. K, Mo Lean, Willi Iho
addition ot a complcto llook-lllndery, they have
consolidated tho whole Inlo one business, nnd
moved tho samo Into tho new nnd commodious
"(Hobo llulldlng," erected especially for Iho
uso of tho Company.
With one of the most complcto Priming Do
pailinenlsof nny establishment In tho State,
under the siipen Won of one of I ho best pract leal
printers In tho country, they nro prepared to do
all kinds of plain nnd ornamental win I: In (In
most approved manner and on short nollce.
Our Jobbing Dcpailmcnl will comprise full
lines of Writing Papers, Jwtli folded nnd Hal,
Envelopes, (Note, Letter and onicial,) lllnnl;
Hooks ot every description, School Hooks,
Slates, Pens, Pencils, Inks, Law blanks, cut
lery, Wrapping Papers ot all kinds, p.iper Hags,
Flour Sacks, Twines nnd Cordage, Wooden
Ware, Matches, Ilrushes, blacking, llliielng,
Ac., Ac. This Department will bo found well
slocked and worthy the attention of close buy
ers. Tho Illndery will bo under Iho charge of one
of the most thorough workmen to bo found In
Iho State, nnd nil work will be execute In the
best Btjlc and with dispatch.
With men of long experience In charge, nnd
with extensive facilities for conducting their
business In lis several departments, they pre
sent one ot the most complete establishments
of tho kind to be found outsldo the cities, nnd
solicit tho patronago of tho Public, feeling con
Ildent that they can Insure Ihe wonts of all
upon the most favorablo terms.
OLOIli: PAPEI! CO.
OOKS, STATIONERY itC.
SPAULDING it CO.
Have a largo stock of Hooks consisting of
Of dirrcrent sizes and styles,
Pocket lllbles and Testaments, largo nnd small.
Prayer Hooks, Hymn Hooks, Doiotlonnl
Hooks, nnd nil tho popular books
of tho day reoclied ns soon
JUVENILE HOOKS AND TOY HOOKS,
names, backgammon Hoards, Chess and Checker
FHENCH ENGLISH and
Of tho latest -.tyles, plain nnd tinted.
INITIAL STAMl'INO DONE TO OllllEll.
Inks In lllack, Violet, Hluo and Carmine.
Pens, Pen-holders, Pencils, Slates, Pocket Hooks
and W nlli'ts, Ladles' Portc-nionnnlcs, Hrack-
cts, Hall Pockets, Towel Hacks, slipper
Cases, lllacklng Cases, Kaslo's Hook
slides nnd Shelves, Jewel stands
nnd Hoxcs In Caned Wood,
Match Safes, Writing
Desks nnd Work
Mntci Inls for Wax Flowers, Glass Shades, Vases,
Parian statuary, lironzo Groups
nnd uses,stcreoscopes and Views, Photographs,
Lithographs, steel Engrnilngs
In Volict, Holly Wood, Ac. All klndsof Picture
Framing done lo order and In tho best stj le.
N H W S D E POT.
Dally nnd Weekly Papers supplied.
We invito all wishing goods In our lino to call
and examlno our stock before purchasing.
SPAULDING it CO.,
No. 1. Mekciiants' How, HUTLAND, VT.
J O O K S AND S T A T I O N E R Y,
PRINTING AND HINDiNG,
PAPER HAGS AND WRAPPING,
PAPER HANGINGS, &c.
All persons In search of Iho best place la pro
cure nny of t ho nbo o art leles or wish nny work
performed In connection with tho largest
RLANK HOOK MANUFACTURING
ESTAHLISIIMENT IN THE STATE,
Will nnd It to their ndvantago to call upon, or
TUTTLE .fc CO.,
"Hook Pen Sign," 1 11 Centek Stiieet.
llEUALU 1IVIMIINU, HUTLAND, VT.
I?QUITA11LE LIFE ASSuUaNCE
OF THE UNTKD STATES.
NEW IIUSINESS IN 1S73,
i:cccdlng that of any other Company In tho
Tho following Hoard ot Oflleers has been or
giinUcd for tho purposo ot gli Ing
both to tho Society and Policy Holders
THAN ANY OTHEH COMPANY 1IEP11E
SENTED IN VKHMONT.
THIS LAltai: AND SUCCESSFUL COMPANY
Is now placed In nenrly tho samo relation lo tho
people fn this vicinity as that of n Homo Com
pany. LOCAL AUVISOKY 1SOA1ID OF DIllECTOItS.
J. N. HAXTKll,
N, 1', Simons,
J. A. Mead, M. D.,
W, O, VKAZEV,
J. M. HAVES',
Geo. II. Hoi-run,
I). L, HTIMXUN,
J. W, CHAMTON,
J. A. Sheldon,
N. L. Davis.
MASON & VAUGHN,
Geneiial Aoentb, Hutlanp, Vt,
I? F. RIDLON, next door to Hmvlck
Jt Hotel, Center street, has opened n new
and choice lino of FANCY GOODS, which ho Is
prepared to orfcr at his usual low prices,
HMtt$ ami ycwftvij.
rj! O T II V, T II O U 8 A N I) fi
THAT will head
'I'll 15 HUTLAND (II.01IE,
'Allow us lo say that
OUR S T O R E
IS STILL ON
MEHCIIANTS' HOW, NEAH THE HEE-11IVE.
ouii sri:ciA i.rr,
V I N E W A TO II E H.
As Merchant. lewelers, we propose nlnnyn to
be wsled and stocked Willi allliiesot
AUTISTIC AND INTHINHH! WOHTH,
SOLID SILVER GOODS
From iloiham A Co., nlways Sterling.
n t a ii i' , ,1 t : n hm k ,s- ,
CLOCKS, SPECTACLE, AC., AC.
REN IC. CHASE it CO.
1! A 1 L E Y it P A R M E N T E It S
S I L V E R S M 1 T II S .
We hale Iho largest, nnd best assortment ot
w aicnes ever ouereii in mis market.
GOLD C II A INS.
In largo supply, embracing every vaiiety of
mj ii- iicaiiiiuii- ioi i..iu us ur iiemieiuens wear.
.1 E W E L R Y ,
In rich abundance, and more coming.
Sil.VEll I'LATED AND STEM, FOR TAIILII OE.
our stock is large, and we sell at low prices.
S I L V E R G O O I) S .
sii.vki: spoons or ot:i: own manitactit.i:.
HOGEHS' HHOTIIEItS PLATED FOIIKS
Tea Sets, Castors, Ac, all Iho best.
S P H C T A C L E S
To lit Ihoso w ho cannot see well.
A new thing without frames. Very desirable.
Call and see for yoursclics at
HAII.EY AND PAHMENTKIth,
17 MEHCIIANTS' now.
maj hi If
OOD NEWS !
WATCHES CIIEAPEH THAN EVEH IlEFOHE,
MARSHALL it CADY'S.
Who havo Just receded a largo and elegant
sleek, oM'n eases with l.it glasses, In liotli
SnKs and American, key und blem winders.
NEW ASSOltTMENT OF CHAINS,
GOLD SETS, KINGS, PINS, AC.
solid Silver nnd Silver Plated Ware.
A line lino of black Jewelry In horn and Jet.
Call at tho old sland of Clark Hros. A Marshall,
corner Merchants' How and West street.
nil) Idan MARSHALL A CADV.
A DAMS ,t SON HAVE A NICE
il stock of
WATCHES AND CHAINS,
JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SPECTACLES,
GUNS, CAHTHIDOES, KASOItS,
sonn savEii and silteh clated wake.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELHY
Henalrcd In n workmnnllkn
grin big executed neatly.
uui eiisiomcra win ami us over C. A. Park
hurst's store, up ono night of stairs, where our
rents como client), and wo enn iriu, mt. n.imn.
tho bene lit of It In our low prices.
Call and seo us ut your earliest convenience.
ADAMS AND SON,
No. 81 MEHCIIANTS' How, Up Staihs.
OAL, COAL, COAL.
Wo nro now receiving direct from mines tho
Delaware A Hudson Canal Company's Coal by
rail, and uro prepared to furnish It In largo or
small quantities. Wo also Intend- to keep a
largo surply ot Lehigh and Cumberland Coal
constantly on hand, and of a superior quality,
Thankful for tho liberal patronago received tho
past year, wo ask a contluuanco of tho same.
Wo nro not allow ed to glvo tlmo on purchases
ot coal after this dato. All onters must bo ac
companied by cash. Thoso having unsettled
nccounts aro requested to call and bettlo tho
samo at once. Oftlco and yard at A. F. Davis'
llulldlng, opposllo Freight Depot,
mldtf PUTNAM & CUHTI8.
PICTURE FRAMINO. DONE WITH
X Neatness nnd taste, and at reasounblo
pr cos. Homo new und beautiful styles Just re
celled nt '
K, N. MEIIHIAM'H.
LAGE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
'I'lit UnliLnrtlifiH ulutili..- In mn.n.H. ........
business oircrs his HESiliENCI? unit FAII.M,
For Sale. This farm formeily known tn the
alvin ii. Jones place,
Is situated nt tho enst end of Park SI reet. Tho
view from the residence Is grand and but sii
dom surpassed. Tho buildings being on enoilgli
delation to ulToi it one of the best views of Ihls
pleasant anil enlii pi Islng village, to be rmniil.
Said Farm contains eighty AiilESuteholeo
land, ngrenler pail of which li iiinhT n high
stnlo ot tuttliallon.
A line Garden, Print Trees, Shrubbery, Ac.,
nro sltualed near the house.
This Farm Is a Sehool Uil, thus making tho
taxes ou It much loner Ihan oilier land.
Tho holism Is wllhlu Iho Coipornllou limits,
and the sehool racllllles or the same are unsur
passed, Ihe Graded School of llraiiilou being ns
giMid ns the Stnte affords.
The Depot Is half a mile from Ihe house, a
shorl ill lie over good ru.id.
Iking desirous of dlsiiohlng tr Ihls property
previous to the ilrxl or.luiie, Mill give Homo lino
a rare bargain, us he Is willing t glie extra In.
diieements to em et a sale In Ihls lime.
Thi' purchaser cull bil.i Ihe slink nnil;fnnnllig
tools lhat are on Ihe plnee, or not, Just ns be
may choose, ror fun her particulars Inquire of
l'. I'. DI'NN, on Iho premises.
llrnndon, vt May I. maj lilAwim
J7ARM FOR SALE.
The subscribers offer for sale their farm, sit
uated about two inlies from tlie village of llel
lims Palls, on Ihe Chester road, well l.noiili
JOHN CLAHK PAIIM,
(Yinlnlnlhg nboul Ihrtv hundred mul lllly acres
of land ; Iwo duelling houses, Hirer barns nnd
two tenant houses, near the railroad Irock.
Theleiinnl houses arc new. Tlie huge f.uin
hotiso has been thoroughly repaired Ami palm
ed, with new piazza In Hunt mid end, new front
fence, nil In the most subslnntl.il nud tasteful
manner, making it n desirable residence.
Nearly ihree-tiiurihs of n mile of new water pipe
from a never-railing fountain supplies all Iho
OVEK TWO THOUSAND DOI.LAKS
has been expended within the past two years
on buildings nnd rcnees, besides tho tenant
houses. The land Is adapted to the raising of
nil kinds or crops. Some ilfly acres nro well
adapted for tobacco. The land Is now under a
good stnte of cultivation, bj haling been fed
out a largo amount or huj nnd grain tlio past
two jcars, which has been brought on tho
place, besliics that which the taim has pro
duced. Tho eastern line Is the Connecticut
river und the rami laving w est orl.i, divided Into
pasture and tlllnge land, wllh n sulllclent sup
jil of wood ror the premises, situated so near
the Milage of Hcllows Falls a Ullage growing
moiu rapidly than nny place within tho State,
nnd with its unlimited water power, which Is
fast being Improved, must continue to Increase
n a still larger proportion In the future makes
It the most desli able farm In thoso pai ts. l'os
session ell en lmmedlalelj, except tho mill
yard, and that In one j ear. Inquire of the sub
scribers on tho premises; or Joseph Wilson,
Ilrm of J. W llson k Co., near tho depot ; or Wll
der A Hopkins, nt West ltupert, Vt.
WILDEH A HOPKINS.
Hellows fnlls, May 1, 1S73. inji-dtf
A D.IOURNEI) SALE OF HOLDING
IX. LOTS AT AUCTION.
The sale of bulldlnir lots on nnd near Jackson
aieniie, In the southeast pait of the village of
iiuuiiiiu, maims uujoui nru iu aiuruav, .'Illy
in, ut 1 o'clock p. in., on account of Ihe absence
ot the auctioneer. Tlie sale of lirtoen lots on
Iho Mh lust., lo seieral of the business men of
mo tow n, ui lair prices, is nn earnest that tho
valuo of Ihls property Is duly estimated by a
discerning public. Several dwellings nro to bo
erected tlio present season on lots nlrcadv bold.
Oier thirty lots, nrerairlng In value with the
others, remain unsold, thus alToriling a raiora
blo opportunity for Individuals to purchase for
iiiiiueiiiaio oecunaiiey, or investment Willi a
view to future advancement of values.
Grateful for past encouragement, the sub
scriber solicits the ntlentlon of tho public to
tho faiorablo opportunities jet remaining.
Hiitlaiid, Mny 1, 187.1. mj l-dtid
GEORGE C. NEWMAN,
REAL ESTATE II R O K E R ,
oflicc : Derby's block, 2d Floor Front.
First class Illage and farm property for salo
nnd to let. Money to loan on notes, mortgages,
llfo iwllclcs and other approved securities,
PASTURE LAND IN PITTSFORI)
X For sale or rent, ono hundred and twenty
mo acres of lino PASTfltElauil located ono and
one-half miles irom littsford Village. Address
or call on E. P. HITCHCOCK, under National
Hank ot Kutlaud, ltutlaud. Vt. Mayltf
VERMONT CENTRAL AND RUT-
T 1.AMI HAILHOADS.
On and after Monday, Dec. sth, 1S72, trains
will run ns follows, (Sundays excepted) :
II01NO SOUTH AND EAST.
Lcavo ltutlaud nt W:w and 1:30 n. m., and 12:10
uiui :" )i. ill.
MAIL. U'aro Ogdcnsburg ot 0:10 p. m., St.
Albans nt C:20 a. in., lluiilngton at s:io a. in.,
Port Henry at S:35 a. in., ltutlaud at 12:10 p. m.,
Hellows Falls at 2:30 p. m., arriving nt New I,on
don nt :.H) p. m., connecting with steamer for
NEW YOItlv EXPHESS.-Lcavcs St Albans nt
sp) a. in., Iiurllngton lum a. m., arriving In
ltutlaud at 12:.vi p. m.
NIGHT EXPHESS.-Lcavcs Ogdcnsburg at 12
m., liattsburg 3:30 p. in., Montreal nan p. m.,
St. Johns 4AI11. in., St. Albans 7:20 p. m., Iiur
llngton v:lo p. in., Hut land 12:.'.o a. in., Hellows
Falls, 3:25 a. in., ui riving at New London at 11:15
MIXED THATN. Leaves Hiirllnglon nt 8:20 p.
m., Port Henry IMS) p. m.,nrilvlng In Huiluiid
at 7:1.1 p.m. Leaves Hiithind at4:3n a. in., Hel
lows l ulls 7:15 a. m., (aecoinmod.il Ion train), ar
riving nt New Uindon nl 6:10 p. in.
MIXED THA IN. Leaves ltull.ind nt5:0il p.m.,
ai riving In Hellows Falls at U:20 p. in.
Leaves Hutland nt 1:W and mid n. m., and 2:30
and 5:115 p. m.
MAIL. Leave New Ijindon at r.:(W a. in.,
Snrlnglleld S:uo a. in., Hoston 7:3n n. in., Hellows
Falls 12 in., Hutland 2:30 p. m., arriving at Port
Henry nt 7:35 p. m Hiirllnglon 5:21! p. m., St.
Albans C:io p. in., Montreal U:in p. in., Ogdens
burg 1M.1.U. in., making eoiincclluns with trains
for Iho West.
EXPItEss-Leaves Hutland at 5:05p.m., ar
riving ut Port Henry nt 7:35 p. m., st, Albans nt
9:15 p. m.
NIGHT EXpltHSS.-LeiYics New London at
2:45 p. m Sprlngllehl nt s:io p. m., connecting
with train leaving New Yoi kut 3:uo p.m., Ilel
lows Falls ll:2u p. in., connecting wllh train
leaving Hoston at r,:30 p. in., Itutlnnd 1:50 n. in..
Iiurllngton 4:50 a. in., St. Albans C:2, nrrlving
in Montreal at 8:15 a. in., Plattshurg at 12:ihi m
and Ogdensburg at 12:45 p. m connecting with
trains for tho W est.
MIXED TKAIN.-Loavos P.nlland nt 5:00 a. m.,
arriving nt Port Hcnr.v at :m n. in. Ijmio Hiir
llnglon nt t):on a. m St. Albans 12:no m., nrrlv
Ing in Ogdcnsburg tit s:lo p. m. and St, Johns nt
3:50 it. m.
MIXED THAIN. Leaves bellows Falls at 4:M
a. m., arriving in Hut land at U:ihi a. in.
q :)1t'L'l,,M,l,0,l,u'i'I',,.N';r,'l'uv''s Nt'w London nt
8:10 n. in., Hellows Falls5:35 p. in., (mixed train.
arriving in Hutland at S:35 p. in.
Trains leave iiurllngton going cast, for Mont
poler, Ac., at C:M a. in., 12:30 p. m. nnd 7:45 p. m.
j rains lcavo Hellows Falls going north, for
. ""' "uuvuvii, at;., ul o:ju a.m. ami
12:00 m nnd 5:35 nnd 11:20 p. m.
coNNtciioNs.-At ltutlaud with Kcnsselner A
Saratoga and Harlem Extension Hallroads; nt
bellows Falls wllh Cheshire Hnllroail; at South
X ernon wllh Connecticut Hlvcr Hallroad.
. SiSlecplngcni-saronttnchedlo night trains
between St. Albans and Tiny, and iiurllngton
and Hoston, GYLES MHHHILL,
. . .. (cni Supt.
St. Albans, vt., sept, aoth, is72.
RLEM EXTENSION RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF TIME.
On and after Sunday. October 201 h. isr2. 1 rn 1 na
will run as follows:
MIXED. leaves Hutland at 8:00 a.m., con.
nectlng nt stato l.tno with train for Troy.
MAIL. Leaves Hutland li.os a. in., nud mak
ing closo connections nt Chatham 4 Comers
with trains for New York, Albnuy, Hudson, and
MIXED.-U'nvo ltutlaud at 2.su p. m., lo lieu
nlngtoii nnd Troy, 1
SUNDAY MILk THAIN (with passenger car
attachedi,-Lcavcs Hutlanil 1 nt S.oia. 111.
F A H U .
Hutland to New Y'orli . . . . f.i en
" Jo Albany 3 00
" to Hudson 3 00
WNo lay over checks glv en.
AHIIIVE AT HUTLAND,
Mall, 10.00 p. m.; Mixed, 12.10 p. m.; mixed,
T.U) p. 111.
F. C. WHITE, Supt.
Hutland, Oct. Id, 1S72. mayldAvvtf
rpAGS. Wo lmvo now in stock nn nssort
X mcnt lit Dennlson's Patent Direction
Labels and Mcrehnndlso Tags, which wo will
sell at manufacturer's pilces.
Wo havo nlso a good stock ot " Phillip's Sc.
curlty Hook-Tags," a very convenient nnd ser
vlccablo article for merchants. Among Its ad
vantages nre; Goods can bo moro readily mark
cd than by any other means; tho tag Is so sc.
curely locked that It cannot become detached
from tho goods; no chanco ot tho tag becoming
detached from tho book; no points projecting
to tear other goods or your lingers. They nro
safe, strong nnd cheap. Call nnd examlno
tucin. ulodj: papkh ca
Q A. PAltlCIIURST it CO.,
Extenslvo Dealers In
I DIII.IU.N AND ' l)OMl:STIC ' HIIY GOODS,
And a complcto nssortment of
NOTIONS AND SMALL WAKES,
33 MKIICIIANTS HOW HUTLAND, VT'
We t.iko plensure In Informing Iho trading
Public lh.it It Is our aim lo keep tlio best select
ed Slock of Hoods in our line lo be round In Hie
Stale. We nre constantly leiileidshliig our
shelves w Mil tlie principal Staple Novelties of
the Season, making our Establishment Tint
nEST for voiir Interest from which to jiurchaso
jour DHY GOODS.
We have the best llargalns In
1) It ESS GOOD S,
II II AUT1 F U L SI L K S.
An extensive assortment of
For .Men and Hoys' wear.
KIDS at turn, fl.2.1, It.W), ti.75 Per Pair.
Call for the JACQUELINE COKSET best tilting
our prices arc sure to give satisfaction.
C. A. PAKKHUHST CO.,
mayldtt HUTLAND, VT.
gPRING GOODS. SPRING GOODS.
KINSMAN A HOSS
Wish lo say to tho public that they havo now
open for Inspection the best lino of spring
Goods they ever offered.
1IOSIEHY, GLOVES, Ac,
An elegant line of
SILK AND WOOL POPLINS.
HUTTEUICK'S CELEHHATED FATTEKNS.
Call anil examine our new line of goods.
Y'ours icspcct fully,
KINSMAN A HOSS,
myld3m No. 3 Merchants' How, ltuuand.
Q.EO. W. HILLIARD,
37 MEHCIIANTS' HOW.
$:;o,ooo in dry goods ! i '.
Largest assortment of DHESS GOODS In
.wo Different st)lo DHESS GOODS-25 cents
to J4.00 per yard.
100 pieces ALPACCAS and WHLLIANTEKYS.
All Shades of IHISII POPLINS.
Assortment of JAPANESE POPLINS,
son Different Style SHAWLS,
loo pieces Cloths for Suits and Hoy's Wear.
HED TAlILt: DAMASK,
1WHITE TABLE DAMASK,
t"None should fall to glvo us a call before
GEO. W. HILLIARD,
37 Merchants' How,
J U R T it SHE R M A N
OfTer another lot ot thoso elegant
Nino qualities In Stewart's Household Brands.
wc, valuo 76c.; &oc valuo 76c.; 6oc valuo 76c.
25 yards for 1250,
NEW DHESS OOODS
for tho Twenty-nvo Cent counter.
4-ISIrIpcdandPolknDot Percale, ISC, Ono to
ten yard pieces. Valuo 25c.
Patent blooming Black Mohair, we., coo., toe.
Aus. Crape, Taml.se, 6-t Wool Delaine, Crctone,
Parlslenne, Bombazine, Drnp do Tac,
. Saline, Canton Grenadine.
too doz. ruro Linen Handkerchiefs, 6VC
Scarfs and striped Ottoman Shawls o( tin)
Aloxandro's Kid Gloves, one, two and three
One-halt, Three-foiirths and Full Hose, In Iron
frame, tor ladles, mtsses and children.
?,SV...9.001)S AHE CONSTANTLY HEINa
It Is next to lmpossiblo to mention a sixteenth
part of our stock In tho small spaco of quarter
of ft column, como and look over tho slock at
Tho largest, lightest and best located store,
and nnest variety ot Dry Goods, this side Of tho
argo cities. All from A. T. Stewart & Co., tho
low est prtco house, best goods, and most relia
ble ilrm in tho woild.
May 1. 1873. HUHT & SHEltMAN.