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RUTLAND, VT., TUESDAY1 M0KN1NG, MAT 20, 1873.
VOL 1....N0. 17.
MUCK TIIJiEE CENTS.
IJ A 1 N T S
(). T. C It O 8 S,
Manufacturer of and Dealer In
finishing n'Mitnit, shingles, lath,
CLAPIIOAHDS, AND SPRUCE I.U.M HER,
DOOltS.SASH, I1LINDS, MOULD
INOS, IIHAOKETS, WIN
DOW FRAMES X
HeroU Sawing o( nil kinds, Planing, Matching
nnil (11.17111!; done loonier. Yard and Mill Cur.
tier or 1'nlon mid Furnace Streets, nenr Freight
Depot, Rutland, Vt. MayldSwUm.
CJIIOW OASES. CORNER,
nmlMantlo Shelves made to order, with
Plain or Moulded edges. HRACK HTS sawed In
UliTcrcnt styles at DHAltimitys
ATEW MOULDINGS FOR PICTURE
1A Framing, Chromos, Lithographs, and
Engravings at DF.AHI)OHN'S
"lUKTAlN CORNICES OF RLACK
V ' Walnut, or all (lilt, made to order, cur
tain Rings, Tassels mid Cords. DEAHHOItN'S
DEAKRORN IS AGENT FOR GARR
NER'S l'erforated ClialrSeat, for renovat
ing over cad-Flog or Hush bottom chairs,
l'leaso to call and sec them.
(novo lllock ItUTLAND, Vt.
ItUTLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
WOOD AMI CHAIN" SEAT CHAIRS, 11EII
STEADS AMD C1IA1II STOCK.
Corner ot West and Forest Sts,
I- Anvooi), Agt. 0. C. Hi-coles, Treas.
K I X G ,
Manufacturer and wholesale and retail dealer In
HASH, DOOliS, 11LINDS,
MOULDINGS, HUACKUTS, AND HOUSE FUR
OF KVE11V DESCIIIITIOK.
FUltXACE ST11KET, ItUTLANU, VT.
Orders by mall or otherwise promptly nit end
ed to. mjldtf
.T. .1. GUINDON,
R L A C K S 31 I T II .
Particular attention paid to Horseshoeing. All
w ork warranted. Shop on
WEST ST., NEAlt 0I.1VEII MA1IDI.E WORKS,
inayldJm ItUTLAND, VT.
HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
(lUAlNINO AND DECOltATIMI, IX ALL STYLES.
Kalsomlnlngnnd Hard Wood Finishing, (Hazing
and Glass Staining.
Mnrtell's New Hulldlng, Center Street,
Itutland, vt. mayldlm
LINCOLN inON WORKS.
MarbloMllt and Hoisting Machinery of the
most.-Improved! construction. Tferrlcks and
pumping machinery, castings nnd general ma
suel nnd Iron Wlro Kopo at Manufacturer's
Itutland, Vt., JIny 1, 1ST3. mnyldtt
o. ii. m o it i: nous i:,
Opposite Central House - - RUTLAND, Vt.
A. II. II AAV LEY,
coxru.icTon axi) viiAcrwAL hlatiui,
HUT LAND VERMONT.
Ho Is prepared to do nil work promptly nnil
well. Orders can ho left, nt .1. K, (ilynn's storo
on .Merchants' Itow, or ntrtho Hardsell House.
lirfmnen ltockwood llarrett, Itutland; L. M.
Masun, President of First National Hank, De
troit, Michigan j Don. J. M. Marvin, Saratosn
II H O K E U ,
17 nno.ii) aniKur, xmr roiiK.
Stocks, Governments and Goldhought and sold
Vf Interest allowed on deposits. maylSdtl
hotels and Sluing ooms.
A It I) WELL HOUSE.
t'HAMTOK & SALS 11 V It Y
Tho HAltDWEI.L HOUSi: 13 located opposlto
tho Depot anil lias long been favorably known
to tho (raveling public. It lias been recently
Improved, now affording tho best nnd most
nmplo accommodation to guests.
The TAI1LE will bo supplied with nil thn
luxuries of tho Season, and every attention will
bo paid to tho comrort of Its patrons.
In tho future, as In tho past, tho Proprietor
Intend to mnko It n llrst-class House allordlng
nil t ho comforts of n homo to tho traveler. Tho
public patronago Is solicited.
A GOOD LlVEItY In connection with tho
Attcntlvn POIlTHItS will bo found nt tho
Depot, on tho arrival of nil trains.
.1. W. CllAMTOS, J, A. HAIiUl'llY.
V A It 31 E US' HO T E L ,
FiiEioiiT SriiEET, . - HUTL.VND, VT,
A FIItST CLASS
31 IV A T 31 A It K E T
IS IKirEI. ntw.mxo.
maylil3m .1. H. JOHNSON, 1'noi'iiir.Ton.
.1. W. FISH Jilt's
N E W I) I S I K G It O 0 31 H ,
Central Houso lllock, Merchants' Itow,
Warm Meals served nt all hours of tho day
Kiuu uvciiui!;. iiiuj iiijiii
.1. F. STINSON'S
DINING II A L L ,
Qulnn's lllock, Oppuslto tho Depot,
HI'TLAND, . . VLltMONT.
Warm Meals served nt nil hours of tho day
nnd evening, mnyldlw
N E W DINING II A L L ,
In rooms formerly occupied by .1, W, Fisher,
KINOSLKY A: BPItAGUK'S 1ILOCK,
WAWW MKAIfl 6KUVKI) AT A I.I. HOtlltS.
A SPLENDID LOT W NEW 11HAII)
IX. INfl D1CSIGNS, also ALPIIAIIIITS, Just ro.
L'. N. MKIIItlAM'H,
JANDON & II U N T O O N,
Wholesalo and ltetall Dealers In
IHON, STEEL, NAILS, lVc.
A general Assortment of
11 E L T I N O, L A (,' I N (I, c.
TI3IOTIIY, CLOVEIt, AND ALL
NOVA SCOTIA 1'LASTEH,
LODI MANUFACTUItING CO.'S POUnitETTK.
A FUI.I. LINK OP
G II E A I' VOU OAS H
BARRETT'S OLD STORE.
S. J- L001'
Wholesalo dealer In
CAI.IFOHNIA WINES AND llltANDY.
ISirOltTEll AND WHOLESALE flKAI.Ed
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
Tho attention of Town Agents, Physicians
and Druggists Is especially called to our wines,
as they aro unsurpassed for medical purposes,
coining from ono of tho oldest vineyards in
California. All goods guaranteed puro and sat
isfactory, or to bo returned at my expense.
COltNEIt FIIEIOIIT AND EVELYN, STS.,
(Landon lluntoon's lllock,)
Itutland, Vt, inyltf
"riMIE REST SHIRTS I EVER HAD,"
X This Is what they suy of
E, N. MEHHIAM'S PERFECT FITTINO 8IIIHT8,
rilHK 1'IANO 8ELEOTED FOR UBE
.JL t tho coining Festival is tho DKCKUlt
'"'.'. is. n, mi.uiuam seusiueni,
E E K S As H A It II E R
AT NO. 1, orEItA HOUSE HLOCK",
Keep n full assortment of tho following
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
1'IIENCII CHINA WA11E,
TA11LE GLASS WAHE,
SILVElt PLATED WAHE,
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
TASSELS AND COUPS,
LAMPS AND LANTKltS,
Wholesalo and ltetall,
LAMP CHIMNEYS and HUHNEItS,
Wholesale and Itelall.
MATTHASSES mid LOUNGES, and
mnyldtf DONE TO oltDEII.
IJURNHA3I & TEMPLE.
Wonro Agents for the following Hist class
Fire Insurance Companies.
Aetna Assets, t,non,(Kio
Imperial, " K.mio.noo
Home, N. Y " 4,mi,mio
ltoyal, " 10,oim),oiki
Hartford " t,vn,m
Insuraneo of No. America, Phlla. " :i,sso,o(io
Frnnkll " 3,40ii,ihio
Phenlx, N. Y " 'i,"m,m)
Phienlx, Hartford " 1,(Wii,ihki
-.Sprlngtleld, " 1,ooo,oih)
patlonal, Hartford, " smvioo
These nro the best known of nil tho companies
represented In Itutland, and slneu wo hae
represented them they ire jcW mure Monty lo
tho citizens of Itutland nnd vicinity than all
other roiitjianleii cmiibiitrtl.
This record proves their stability nnd their
willingness to pay all proper claims.
We confidently expect a continuance of tho
liberal patronago which theso companies have
Wo nlso represent tho Travelers Llfo nnd Ac
cident Insurance Company. We give a better
nnd cheaper policy than any other Llfo com
pany. Call and see.
IllHtNHAM A TEMPLE.
Ofllco, Opera House, Itutland, Vt.
HAItltY W. NYE'S
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY,
- No. 4, Merchants' Itow, Hutlanh, Vt.
GENEItAL AGT ;KTNA LIFE INSUHANCE CO.
Flro Insuraneo In First Class Companies.
J C. LEWIS,
DHUOS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, TOILET
AltTICI.ES, FANCY GOODS, LADIES'
HASKETS, AltTISTS' MATEIHAL,
PAINTS, OIL, PAlNTEItS'
HUSH, WINDOW GLASS,
PUTTY, AC, 4c.
And tho best goods In my lino tho market
affords aro my specialties. Prices reasonable,
In consideration of quality,
H-PIti:scitIPTIONS carefully nnd correctly
NO. 2 MEHCHANTS' HOW, ItUTLAND.
Invites tho ladles to call nnd examlno a splen
did assortment of
SEW GOODS JUST HKCEIVED,
lmiuoxs, i.aci: vkii.s and iiauiiks,
Thread and Gulpuro Laces, Swiss Ties, Zephj r
uuti iursieu j'.uiuroiuerit's, jiuiuuurg
Edgings, Passamenterles, Hair
Switches nnil Curls,
And a full lino of
LADIES' AND INFANTS' UNDEHWEAH,
And many novelties too numerous to mention.
10AL, COAL, COAL.
Wo nro now receiving direct from mines tho
Delnwaro Hudson Canal Company's Coal by
rail, and aro prepared to furnish It In largo or
small quantities, Wo also Intend to keep n
largo supply of Lehigh nnd Cumberland Coal
constantly on hand, nnd of a superior quality,
Thankful for tho liberal patronago received tho
past year, wo ask a continuance of tho snino,
Wo nro not allowed to give tlmo on purchases
of coal after this dato. All orders must bo ac
companied by ensh. Thorn having unsettled
nccounts nro requested to call nnd settlo.lho
same at once. Ofllco and yard nt A. F. Davis'
Ilulldlng, opposlto Freight Depot.
mldlf PUTNAM CUHTIS.
SCRAP IRON AND STEEL, OLD
Mnrblo saws and Currency taken In ox
chango for Nails nt tho
mayld3m HIJTLANl) NAIL WOKKS.
West of Lincoln Iron Works.
TIIEAS, from fiO cents to $1.75; nlso fresh
J. Ground COFFEE, nt
II. W. MAllSIIALL'S
mnyldiwly corner of (irovo nnd West Sts.
T AD1ES' WHITE KID SLIPPERS, nt
JJ o, W. C'rliitiEit's, No, o, Merchants' Itow,
RATES' 110 USE CORN E R
MASON k JEI1KOWSKI
Have Ju?t opened tho largest stock ol
Ever brought lo Vermont. Cast oh your old
dollies and buy ono of our j
xTVu.ut wjirxa svith.
Wo havo them for all prices, nnd will sell any
thing In our lino
TWENTY PEH CENT. ClIEAPEIl
Than any other store In tho Slate. Don't go to
n store where their stock has been handled
over, jearafteryear. Comowheroeverjthlngls
I'HESII AND NEW NOTHING OLD.
A glance nt our stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Will comlnco jou that tho Hales' Houso Corner
SI ore Is the only place where the stock of theso
goods are complete,
LA 1I A'.s" .I.Yi ;:.V7Vr THAVllUXO ISAtl.l
of every description.
HATS AND CAPS
Are a leading nrtlcln with us, nnd this ac
counts for our
Of every stjlo nnd price. Ifyou wlshnmthlmr
In our line, call and get our prices; they will
comluci' ou wheni to buv,
MASON ,t JUHKOWSKI,
43 Merchants' How, under the Rites' House.
t I N O O P E N I N G
Ol'EltA CLOTHING, HOOT AND SHOE
E 31 P O It I U 31 ,
JlEIICIIVNTS' HOW, - . . Hl'Tl.ANP, VT.
WATK1NS & CADY
Havo Just recched from New Y'ork nnd lloston
Markets ono of the llnest lines of Clothing ever
exhibited by any Merchant this side of Mendou
or New York, consisting of
MENS' HOYS' AND YOUTHS' SUITINGS
Of every description, manufactured from
FINE ENGLISH CLOTHS,
Down lo a Cheap Cherry Valley.
JWYS (JLOTMXa -1 Sl'IWTAI.TY.
"ruiiNisiuxii fioora dei'artment comi'I.ktk.
Our Hoot ami Shoo department consists of nil
tho latest novelties of tho season. ;
S P E 0 I A L T I E S .
Five hundred nnd twenty-tlvo trunks, very
low, ha lug been bought beforo the rise In gold.
Two hundred nnd live pairs Woincns' Side
Lace Hoots, 19 thread, nt f-'. Sl?es from t'4 to 4.
Ono hundred nnd three pairs Woincns' Hoots,
button, 10 thread, at Jl.cn.
Two hundred pairs Mens' Ilubber Hoots, nil
kinds, nt txw.
III every department. Trouble to commenco at
7 n. m. mid continue until 0 p. m.
F. W. Watkins, Wm. P. Cadv.
IlAXTEIt NATIONAL RANK,
If. Henry Haxteii,
.1. W. CllAMTOS,
N. T. Si'UAOTE, Jr.
W. O. IIUNTOV,
W. C. Lanpox.
II. 1 . I.OTIIROI-,
J. A. JIAXTKll,
T. W. Pake.
Geo. E. Hovce,
George It. Horror,
Made mid remitted for nt Lowest lir.itcs.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS.
A general Hanking nnd Exchange business
H. HENiiv Haxter, Prest. J. N. Haxter, V. Presl,
GEOitoi! It. Hottum, Cashier,
ij q i y ; S
r1I3IE TESTS THE 3IERITS OF ALL
1810 For Over Thirty Yearn. 183.
PERRY DAVIS , PAIN-KILLER
Has been tested In every variety of climate, nnd
uy nimosL every iiauou Known to Americans.
It Is tho constant comnanloii nnd lnestlmablo
friend of tho missionary nnd the traveler, on
tho sea or land, nnd no ono should travel on our
iiikcs or rivers, wiiuoui ll.
Slnco tho Paln-Klller was first Introduced.
aud met with such extensive sale, ninny Lini
ments. 1 tellers. Panaceas, and other ltemcdles.
have been offered to tho public, but not ono of
them linn attained tho truly enviable standing
oi mu i-aiu-iuiicr.
WHY IS THIS SOT
It Is because Davis' Paln-Klller U what It
claims lobe, a llclleverot Pain. Its incillsnro
ir vim nro MirTerltiL' from Internal naln. twen
ty to thirty drops In u llttlo water will almost
Instantly euro ou. There Is nothing to equal
It for Colic, Cramps, Spasms, Heart-burn, Diar
rhea, Dysentery, Fluv, Wind In tho Dowels,
Bour siomncii, iibjiepaiu, oivk iieauaeiie, cic.
In sections of tho country whero
FEVElt AND AGUE
1 1 U, til IS, UILIUI1.IUI V Mil UJ IIVIll II, ftlLUIll .o-
teeni. l'crsons traveling should keep It by
mem. a lew urops, in wiuer. win prevciiisiciv
ness or bowel troubles from cbunirn of water.
From foreign countries tho culls for Paln
Klller aro great. It Is found to euro Cholera
when nil other remedies full.
When used externally, ns n liniment, nothing
Kle iiuiiitvi VtlBU 111 UUI1I3, imn, mui?vn.
sprains, stings trom Insects, uud scalds. It
removes uie in e, uuu i uu w otiuii iieuis iiku ui hi
nnrv sores. Thoso sutTertmr Willi ltheuuiatlsm
(lout or Neuralgia, If not u positive cure, they
find tho Paln-Klller gives Ihem relief when no
oilier remeuy win.
It. lrlves Instant relief from nch uir teeth.
1......r l.r,nu..1.i...na. ulimllil L'ltiitt 1, ot l.nn.l
nnd npply It on the llrst ntlnck ot any pain, ll
will give satisfactory relief, nnd save hours of
l)n not trlllo with yourselves by testing tin
tried remedies. Ho sureynurnll fornnd get Iho
genuine Paln-Klller, ns many worthless nos
trums nro utlempted to bo sold on the great
repuiaiion oi mis vuuiuuie lueuiciue.
fDlrectlons uceoinpany ench bottle.
Prleo as cents, 60 cenls, nnd ll per bottle.
Watches anil ajcivdvy.
11 A 1 L E Y A: P A It 31 E N T F, R S
S Hi V E R S 31 I T H S.
We have the largest nnd best nssortment of
Watches ever ofleied In this market.
In largo supply, embracing every vnrlety of
sjjlu desirable tor Ladles' or ileiillemeiis' wear.
.) E W E L R Y ,
In rich nbiiudaiice, nnd more coining.
FII.VEK 1HTE1I AND STEEL, (Oil TACLE fSE.
Our stock Is large, nnd wo sell nt low prices.
- S I L V ! : R G O O D S .
flii.vr.i: bi'oo.ns or on-, own manukactthk.
HOOEItS' llltOTIIEHS PLATED FOltKS
Tea Sets, CaMors, Ac, all the best,
S P E C T A C L E S
To lit those w ho cannot see well.
A new thing without frames. Very desirable.
Call and see for j ourseli es nt
11AILEY AND PAltMENTEHS',
') 17 Mekciunts' row.
WATCHES CIlEAPEIt THAN EVEIt HEFOItE,
31ARSIIALL & CADY'S.
havo Just iccelved n largo and elegant
open cases wnn uai glasses, in ooin
and Aineilcan, key nnd stem winders.
NEW ASOItTMENT OP CHAINS,
' GOLD SETS, KINGS, 1'INM, if.
Solid Silver and Silver Plated Ware.
A line linn of Hl.u k Jewelry In horn nnd Jet.
Call at tho old siaml of Clark Ilros. A Marshall,
corner Merchants' How and West street.
majlilam MAltSlIALI, A CADY.
A DA3IS A:
SON HAVE A NICE
WATCHES AND CHAINS,
JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SPECTACLES,
GUNS, CAHTItlDOES, IIASOltS,
SOLID SILVER AND SILVER I'LllED WARE.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWEI.HY
Itenalred In a worklnaiillko manner, and en-
Kruvlng executed neatlj.
Our customers will ilnd us over C. A. Park
lmrstV) store, up ono night of stairs, where our
rents como cheap, and wo can give our patrons
tho benefit ot It In our low prices.
Call and seo us at your em llcst convenience.
ADAMS AND SON,
No. si Merchants' now, Ue Stairs.
T A L LING F O R I)
A. HILL SON
Will open on Monday, May f,th, tho new
Over their store, whero will bo displayed an
elegant slock of Pattern Hats, ltlbbons, Flow
ois, Frames, Hats, Ac. New York Goods at
Walllngford prices. Also .Mens' nnd Hoys' lints
11. mug ciuargcu nun unproved our
Wo shall oticn on tho sanio day, our Spring
SIENS', BOYS' AND ClItLUIIENS' SLITS.
Can crlvo ll cood business stilt, for tin. nnd wo
have u good Hun of liner good. Elegant Coats
uuu v esis nun rioouy iraiiis.svvo nnvo reniou
SHOE DKPAHTMHNT, '
And can now offer a full stock of Ladlcs'.Misscs'
nnd Children's Shoes, Kubbcrs nnd Slip
pers; nlso, -Men's uud llojs'
Hoots nud Shoes.
Wo havo a now lot of
CROC K E It Y
tVn nnn nl.n l C..rl' Ill.sau'.M 1 1 .., . i
Grass Sued nnd Flour. ' Wo' can gfvo Iho best
(lltOCEKIES AND FAMILY SUPPLIES.
Como nud get 8 lbs. ottho best whlleSugar for
ti, nun goou .inpau 'lea iorui eeins. (n, ii. wo
hnvosomo not as good for W cents.) Hut wo
cannot give you a list of our goods or prices, so
) uu uiusb cull on us uuu seo lor yourscii es.
A. HILL ll SON.
WALLING F O R I) .
J, PHICHAUD, PimruiETOii.
CHARCOAL PIG IRON,
ITlTSFOUD, VT, inayHWin
JUTLAND 3IARRLE C03IPANY,
VVIIOt.KSAt.K DEALEHS IS
11 LOCK is SAWED 31 A It RLE.
J. N. HAXTEII, Supt. WEST ItUTLAND, Vt,
All tho grades of Itutland Marble, In tho
shape of slabs of various thicknesses required
for Furniture, Mantel, nnd Decorntlvo Work, ns
wcllns Cemetery uses: nlso Cubic Stock for
Monument nl and Ilulldlng purposes, Including
liases, strips, nnd Posts, may be found on our
yard nt nil times.
Our extensive arrangements for the produc
tion of Marble, In thu wny of ouarrylng Ma
chinery, nnd Mills comprising thirty-two gnngs
of saws, place us In position to supplv the
wants of thn Trade. Wholesale nnd ltetall
Dealers, Hullders, Furnlturc-Men, nnd gen
eral Manufacturers will tt ml It to their Interest
to favor us with their orders.
ItUTLAND JIAltULE CO.
LIVER 3IARI1LE AND GRANITE
A3IERICAN AND FOREIGN 3IAR11LE
TABLETS, FONTS, c
To order In nny part of tho United Stntes with
out i hk to tho purchaser.
All work executed by this Establishment Is
dono In the most monorail and artistic
So large a proportion of our work Is now going
Into tho city Cemeteries In successful competi
tion with the best city manufactures that our
products nro as famous and conspicuous for their
excellence, In Greenwood Cemetery of New
York, liural Cemetery of Philadelphia, nnd
many ot tho Western Cities, ns throughout Ver
mont, And we present the fact of our constant
ly Increasing business, Justified by the vnieoiisi
excellence of our work dllrtmr flio punt llvo
years, as tho surest guaranty purchasers can
have ot our faithfulness In tho future.
ftlUUncvij and tnry ooilu.
A It It O W S & 31 1 T C II E L L,
(Successors to French A- Harrows.)
PROSPECTUS FOlt 18711.
As we havo worn no disguises 111 Iho past,;wo
como w Ith no promise of n new sensation. We
shall otTcr you no cunningly devised fables to
tickle your fancy, nor take a fresh departure In
unbeaten paths to relievo the monotony of
trutli-lclllng. For nearly Fifteen Yearswchavo
held to the same principles, and we Ilnd them
all unworn by tho lapso of time.
MlLI.lNEItV AND FANCY GOODS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
All orders entrusted to our enro will be
rr.uni'Ti.r axi vaiikpui.lv riu.KV.
HAltlt(WS A; 3HTCHELL,
NO. SI MERCHANTS' KOW.
Q. It E K R T U R N E R
HUOAll JlKFIA'IA'd CO.VPAXV,
-. WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Offer for sale nil the various trrndes of Kenned
Suirnr of Sunerlor Ounlltv nt Iho Lowest Murket
Prices. A superior quality of While sugar for
uoniecuoners use, aiso,
WHITE COFFEE A,
COFFEE EXTRA 0,
And tho lower grades of
r i; t, i, o ir s u a a ji .
Orders to bo nddressed to ourCofllco In New
York, ;o Wull street, Cor. Pearl.
E. (1. HAXTER,
ma) 13d It
(Svom-iCiS and t-oviisions.
J As T. OA DEN,
Wholesale nnd Itetnll Dealers In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED FHU1TS, PICKLES, Ac,
AND FANCY GOODS.
Also, Dealers In
DHY GOODS, SHAWLS, DItEss GOODS,
HOSIEltY, GLOVES, AC, Ac.
An assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Constantly on hand.
AOENTS FOlt MAIL STEAMEI1S TO AND
MniltAFTS FOlt ANY AMOUNT ON THE
HANKS OF ENGLAND, IRELAND, SCOTLAND
COItNEH FREIGHT AND EVELYN STS.
18 5 7. ' 1873.
0 L I) It E D S T O R E .
(UIOOEUWS AXI) PHOVTRlOyH,
CHEAP FOlt CASH.
mnyltf Merchants' Itow.
JOSEPH II. GUY,
S. IIAYWAltD A" CO.,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HAY AND WOOD.
Washinoton St., Kl'tlanp, Vt.
Jf U L T 0 X 31 A It K E T,
All kinds of Meats. Flsti. Votrctabies uud
Vruiis in uieir season.
Klngsley A' Sprague's lilock, .Meithants' Itow.
PETER F. 3Ic3IANUS,
G R O C E it ,
And dealer In
P R O V 1 S I O N S ,
No. 93 West St., HUTLAND, VT.
rHOLESALE FRUIT DEPOT.
Tho Subscriber has made arrangements to
recelvo nil kinds ot
by tho car-load direct from llrst hands In New
York nnd Huston, nnd Is prepared to nil orders
from Dealers In Rutland and from on the lines
of Railroads centering here, nt tho Unrest
ORANGES AND LEMONS
ltepackcd nnd Warranted ns represented.
I nm also prepared to nay tho highest cash
price for Potatoes to ship to Market,
E. P. HITCHCOCK,
Opposite the Depot,
R. CARLE'S WATER PROOF
oil ii ft a ok rxo ,
HARNESSES, CARRIAGE TOPS,
HOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
Fits harnesses perfectly and prevents crack,
lug. Does not fry out or gum the surface.
Softens nnd preserves the leather. Excludes
uiu waier. K.xcciicni ioi noois, sitocs, ,vc.
;f Gives universal satisfaction. Manufac
mylCdAwtf N. C. MARCH, Mlddlebury, Vt,
"VTOTICE. I hereby forbid nil persons
.Li irom naroonngor inisiiug. or enqueuing
Edward F. Colb) ; ns I am his l.iu fill guardian,
nnd will pay no debts ot Ids contracting, but
win coneci ins wages.
ASAPH 11. HUSWUI.L.
Attest: S. G. Gates.
Mount Holly, May if, isra. mnyicwaiv,
TVTRS. J. R. RALLANCE,
SWITCHES, CUllUS, FIIIZZES, KATV, AND
F 1 N E II A I R .1 E W E L R Y
LADIES' COMHINGS STRAIGHTENED.
lloomsover 11. W. Marshall's Grocery Store,
urovo sireci, iiuiiauu. nnij nu.iw
VTMV ROOT AND SHOE STORE,
I have Iho llnest stock ot Ready Made
HOOTS AND SHOES
For Gents' and Youths' In tho Stnto. Orders In
tho best styles ot wnrKinansnip, wen maue, in
iiiiiwi imttnrtpil 1 jitliprM. onlv llrst-class work.
men employed. All work under the supervision
of u, Yaitipietic,
Ijidles' Work-tn order, in tho chaste and elc-
gsnt modo ot Spring Fashions. Finest stock In
'"In'l H. VALLIQUETTE,
ENS' KIP, TAP-SOLE, HAND
MADE HOOTS, 13.10, ttlixu. o, .iierviiaiiin
T7 V. limi.ON. next door to Rorvvlck
Jli , Hotel, Center street, lias opened n now
nnd choice lino ot FANCY GOODS, vvhlch ho Is
prepnred to oUcr at hts usual low puces,
ENS' CALF ROOTS, !l.o0 lo tifl.00
.i tl,nnl,n,.nnnoh btnrn Vn ii M P! fllll III K
111 I ilV llltdj' vlWl Owl f tw, i - ,
Zw Jutland Snity (Dlobc.
TUESDAY .MORNING, 3LVY 20, 187;!.
(ii'll. Slierlilmi on (lie .lloiliics.
JUroiii the Chicago Times, May 6.1
General Shcriilati rcaclicil liii resilience
in this city late on Saturday evening, re
turning from mi exlcniieil tour through the
Southwest.' Tho General's party left Chi
cago some six weeks since, and consisted of
Sccrelnry of War lielknap, two or three of
llio olllcers from headquarters nt Washing
ton. General Sheridan nnd Lictitennnt-Col,
I. W. Forsyth nnd I.lcutcnant-Col. 31nrk
Sheridan, of his stall". Tho trip wns for the
purpose of visiting tho line of coast, and ob
tains correct idea of the general situation
down there. It was somctlilnir out of the
usual lino of military inspection, einco no
.-secretary ot war ever made such njournev
for n llko purpose before. Tho
General having said ns much ns lie deemed
It proper for him to sny on this topic, tho
reporter changed the subject by asking him
what hp thought of the Jiodoe troubles.
General blierid.in (smiling) Oh. I do
not want to express my opinion about that,
cither. You sec, I nm too far away. I do
not think it is wiso to sav much about
these tilings, which others nre intending to.
1 Here Is so much expression ot Individual
policy, 1 do not think it would bo just to thu
generals out there for me to tell what I
would or would not do.
Reporter Rut do you think you will have
to make a Western journey beforo n proper
settlement can lie alfcctcd ?
General S. I judge not: nt least 1 have
hoard of nothing of the kind It is a vory
Utile matter. There nro only about seventy
of thcJIodoo, all told.
it. It is not ihtllctilt to guess what your
policy would lie.
General S. I nm not going to sny any
thing about that. Rut I will tell you that I
apprehend no difficulty of n lasting nature.
1 nm well acquainted with tho country all
through that section nnd with the Modocs.
Tho lava beds nro excellent for concealment,
but the Indians cannot subsist in them lor
uy length of time, nnd must succumb.
I'ho General went on to give his expert-
nee with the 3Iodocs. He wns engaged in
tho original survey for the Union Pacific In
lbhii, nnd the party penetrated up into (Jre-
gon, finding a country rough nnd broken
nough to more than suit nny civilized be
ings. While the patty wns nt Oregon city
thu Rogue River wnr broke out, nnd through
that it was the General cnnio into contact
with the Jlodocs, who were then tinder n
Chief of the Klamath tribe, and dwelling
near the Klamath Lakes. The General had
hargo of a reservation, and to save the
Klaniaths nnd Jlodoci from being massa
cred by tho whites, then made worse than
savages by their sufferings nt the hands of
thu treacherous redskins, they were taken
to his reservation and remained witli him for
n twelvemonth. At the close of the war
they vvcro sent back to their homos, nnd ns
for the Jlodocs he had seen or heard but
Utile of them till now, and expected to hear
but little more of them. Though lie did not
add it, there wns no doubt that the General
anticipated hearing just one moro fact re
garding tho Jfodocs, and that was their ut
Er'nAt Horse on llio American 'fl'urf
Sir. 1). .1. -Marsh, secretary of tho lliimn-
Icn nark association, lias been searching
the olilcinl records, with n view of nsccr
tnining the best recorded time of tho princi-
ial American trotters. Iho result appears
n the list given below, which includes onlv
those horses which havo beaten and a
urprisinglv large list it is, in view- of tho
fact that only a few v ears ago 2.2" wns con
sidered exceptionally good time. '1 lie sum
mary was made up more particularly witli
reference to horses now on the turf, al
though n few (ma ked with a star) aro given,
which have withdrawn from public contests.
Goldsmith Maid, .1V8ustc,
'.MT', .Commodore Van
2.1SS' Pilot Temple,
C. E. Loew,
2.2 Hi '
Thomas J efTcrson, ,s
i..'i '4 1 ii) 1011,
2,21 .I.J. liradley,
2.22 I col. HUSSI'lI.
2.221, iMohawk, Jr.,
2.22d Harry Harlej,
2.2iv, 'Charlie (lien,
2.23 .Han Cumnilngs,
William II. .?llen,
2 83.X. Matt sm til.
2.23.x Hay Whaleiioiie,
2.2U, (irmid Dutchess.
2.24.X) 1.5-dla Thompson, 2.20V
2.-.M,Xj psea roam, --'.---u
2.24 ) Qeenoftho West, 2.20x5
uiuy iiiaucnaru, --.xiji
II. W. Gcnlt,
Sleenv John. 2.2 ly.
Myron Perry i.lVA
Toronto unici, s.,sj
ciara u. 2.2a
(From the Cleveland Herald, May 3.
Grow-Ill Claimed for llio Itomnii
Father Spalding, a Roman Catholic
priest ol Louisville, delivered n parting lec
ture to his congregation, in which ho In
dulged in tho most sanguine anticipations of
tho final supremacy ot tho itomisii religion
in this country. He admits that formerly
many foreigners wero lost to tho Church on
coming to this country bceauso tliero were
not a sufllcicnt number of priests to look
after tlicni. Rut now tliero are sixty-four
dioceses in this country, and go whore you
will tliero H a priest, ami the lecturer ue
llevcs that now tho great mass of Roman
Catholic emigrants nro saved to tho Church.
Tho number of priests lias doubled In tho
last ten years, now reaching to ,",000. Onc
flfthoflho natives to wit, 8,000,000, nro
Roman Catholics, and they aro making re
markable conversions. In ll.ilthiiiiro thir
teen per cent, of tho continuation aro of
converts from the other sects. New Eng
land, too, Father Spalding claims, is be
coming Catholic faster than any other sec
tion. One-thirdofthe population of Massa
chusetts Is Irish, and that thim nave more
children than the other tivo-thlnis. "In
tho progress of lime," exclaims thu enrap
tured priest, "wo will havo a New Ireland
In New England ; if we simply hold our
own for a few years wo will bo a most pow
erful Church. Protestantism is more a
name than a fact nt present. New l-.ngland
was onco tho great stronghold of Protest
antism, but now it has changed greatly.
Protestantism Is an undemocratic religion.
A noor man is out ot placo in some ot Iho
largo churches in Now York as ho would
ho in the palace of a khigj a poor man's
only business in somo of these largo Pro
testant churches of New York, built by
niillionaltes, Is to 11.x tho gnsplpes, or some
thing liko .that." Tho lecturer claimed that
tho wnr was brought on by New England
clergymen, nnd that tho result of tho war
had been greatly to the advnntngo uf tho
Roman Catholic religion.
Jr- o T F O R S A L E ,
TILL JAXtTAllV 1. 1874.
Most people advertise to tell 1 110 piilillowli.il
they havo lo sell. We nro roinpcllct! to reverse
tho rule, to answer nil luilher Humbles, nnd
say that no
KX.THA UAIII.Y Vr.l'.MOXT POTATOES
Aro now forsalo by myself or son. Thoso who
want thorn Mr this season's cultivation must
npply to 11. K. llllss Sons, No. 23, Pnik Place,
Now York. Price, ll.oo per pound, t3.oo for four
pounds. Sent tree by mull,
Rutland, May 11, 1S73.
QPRING STYLES OF FRENCH KID
yj Shoes, ftj to to, nt
(). W. Cl ItltlElfS,