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RUTLAND, VT., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1873
LMUCE THREE CENTS.
(). T. C It O 8 S,
Manufacturer ot nnd Dealer in
FINISHING MFMHr.lt, SHINGLES, I.AT1I,
CLAPBOARDS, AND SPRUCE I.UMI1EH,
DOORS, MASH, BUNDS, MOULD
INGS, DltACKH'IS. WIN
Scroll s.inlngnf nil kinds, Planing, Matching
nnd Glazing dune lo order. Yard and .Mill Cor
ner of t'nliiii and furnace Streets, near freight
Depot, Rutland, Vt, MayldAwDiu.
(J1IOW CASKS, CORNER, CLOCK
O nnd Mantle shelves made to order, wllh
I'laln or Moulded edges. BRACKETS Rawed In
dirrerenl styles nt DEARBORN'S
"TVTEW MOULDINGS FOR PICTURE
L Framing, Chromes, Lithographs, nnd
EngraMngs nt DEARIIOHN'S
rU'RTAIN CORNICES OF BLACK
V' Wnlnut, or nil (lilt, made to order, fur
tain Rings, Tassels nnd Cords. DEARBORN'S
DEARBORN IS AGENT FOR GAUD
NER'S Perforated ChalrSeat, forrcnotat
lng over Cad-Flag or Hush lioltom chairs.
Please to call and sec them.
drove Mock RUTLAND, Vt.
II 11 O K K I! ,
it nnoM) sri:i:i:r, xmr yoiik.
Slocks, dm eminent a and dold bought and sold
Vtr Interest allowed on deposits, may lSJtf
a n. M o it 12 n o it s i:,
opposlto Central House - - RUTLAND, Vt.
P A I N T S
RUTLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
WOOD AM) CHAIN SKAT CHAIRS, BED
STEADS AND C11A1K STOCK'.
Corner of West and forest Sis,
I.. Atwood, Agt. O. C. ltioiii.ES, Treas.
J wT KING,
Manufacturer and wholesale and retail dealer In
SASH, D0011S, BLINDS,
MOl'I.DINdS, HltACKKTS, AND 1IOUSI2 FUR
0P EVKUV IlESC'Itll'TIOX.
I'UlIN.lCE STKEET, RUTLAND, VT.
orders by mall or otherwise promptly attend
ed to. inyldtf
.1. J. GUINDON,
B L ACKSJU T II .
Particular attention paid to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted. Shop on
WEST PT.VnKAU OUVEU MAItBLE WOltKS,
mayliUnt RUTLAND, VT.
DOUSi:, SIdN AND ORNAMENTAL PATNTf.lt,
OltAININd A.Nll DECOUVTINO, IS ALL STYLES.
ICalsomlnlng nnd Hard Wood finishing, Glazing
and Glass Staining.
Martell'.s Now Ilullcllng. Center Street,
Ilutlantl, Vt. mnyldUn
LINCOLN IRON WORKS.
MarhloMIll nnd Hoisting Machinery of tho
most Improved construction. Derricks nnd
pumping machinery, castings and general ma
Steel nnd Iron Wire llopo at Manufacturer's
Itutland, Vt., May 1, 1S73. mayldtf
A. II . II AW LEY,
COXMACTOIl A XI) VIIACTICAL SLAT1UI,
Ho Is prepared to do nil work promptly nnd
well. Orders can ho lett at J. 12. (llynn'a store
on Merchants' ltow, or at tho Ilardwell House.
Ilefereims Ilockwood llarrett, Itutland; I.. M.
Mason, President of first National Bank, De
troit, Michigan; Hon. J. M. Mnrvln, Saratoga
hotels ami Sining Hoomsi.
A HI) WELL HOUSE.
I'llAMTON i; HALS II tr It Y
Tim 11A11DWELT, HOUSE Is located onnoslto
1 ho Depot nnd lias long been favorably known
to tlio traveling public. It lias been recently
Improved, now affording tho best and most
ample accommodation to guests.
Tho TABLE will bo supplied with all tho
luxuries of tho Season, nnd every nttentlon will
do nam to uio comiort or us patrons.
In tho future, as In tho past, tho Proprietors
Intend to inaku It a Urst-class House nffordlng
nil tho comforts of a Homo to tho traveler. Tho
public patronage is solicited.
A (1001) LlVEItY In connection with tho
Attentlto POltTEHS will be found nt the
Depot, on tho arrival of all trains.
J, W. CUAMTON, J. A. HlLSBUIlY.
F A It 31 E R S ' HOTEL,
F KEIOUT STKEET, . - ItUTLANI), VT,
A FIRST CLASS
31 E A T 31 A R K E T
IN HOTEL lllIILDINO.
mayldliin J. 12. JOHNSON, PiioniiKjou,
J. I'. STINSON'S
I) I N I N (i II A L L ,
Qulnn'M Mock, opposlto tho Depot,
ItUTLANI), - - - VERMONT.
Warm Meals bcrrcd nt all hours of tho day
nun evening. inujimn
J. V. FISHER'S
N K W DINING ROOMS,
Central House Mock, Merchants' ltow,
Warm Meals served at all hours of tho day
nun evening. mayiujiii
NEW DINING II A L L ,
In rooms formerly occupied by J, V. Fisher!
KIN0SI.EY A' HPttAGUE'8 BLOCK,
WARM MKAI.8 BKItVKI) AT A 1.1. HOUliS.
CtPRING STYLES OP FRENCH KID
1 1 Shoes, J5 to jo, nt
O, W. Cl'ItltlKIt'H,
g J. LOOP,
Wholesale dealer In
CALIFORNIA WINKS AND BItANDV.
IMPORTS It ANI1 WHOLESALE DEALER
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
The attention of Ton Agents, Physicians
nnd Druggists Is especially called to our w Ines,
as they are unsurpassed for medical purposes,
coming from one of tho oldest vineyards In
California. All goods guaranteed pure nnd sat
isfactory, or to be returned nt my expense.
COltNEIl f IlKinilT AND EVELYN, STS.,
(Landon Huntoon's Block,)
Itutland, Vt. myltf
A N I) O NiWj2H!UiN-T.O O N,
Wholesale nnd ltotall Dealers In
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, ice, &(, &c.
A general Assortment of
II 11 I. T I N d, h A C I N (I, AC.
TIMOTHY, CLOVER, AND ALL
NOVA SCOTIA PLASTER,
I.ODI MANUFACTURING CO.'S POUDItKTTE.
A FIH.I. LINE OF
OHEAP' FOR CASH
IJARRETT'8 OLD STORE.
"riMIE BEST SHIRTS I EVER HAD."
X This Is what they gay ot
E. N, MEHRIAM'S FKRFECT FITTING BIIIUTB.
riHIE PIANO SELECTED FOR USE
X at the coming Festival U the DECKER
BROS, E, N, MKHItlAM sells them,
yr E E 1C s & n A R n E R
AT NO. 1, OPKHA HOf SI1 BLOCK,
Keep n full assortment of tho following
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
fltENCH CHINA WAKE,
TABLE OLASS WAltE,
SILVElt PLATED WAI1E,
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
TASSELS AND CORDS,
LAMPS AND LANTERS,
OAS f IXTURES,
Wholesale and Retail,
LAMP CHIMNEYS nnd BURNERS,
Wholesale and Retail.
f KATIIER DUSTERS,
MATTRASSKS and I.OUNdKS, and
mayldtf DONE TO ORDER.
lUIRNIIA.M ic TKMPLE.
Wo am Agents for tho following llrst class
Flro Insuranco Companies.
Aetna Assets, fn.tioo.ooo
imperial " s.oiM.imo
Home, N. Y " 4,."ioo,ooti
Hoyal, " lo,ooo,tKHi
Hartford " ,sm),i)oii
Insurnncu of No. America, Pull j, " s.ibo.uoi)
franklin " s,4on,nno
Phenlx, N. Y., " ,no,oni)
l'hccnlx, Hartford " l.con.oiio
SnrliiKlleld " l,ouo,ofi
National, llarlford " WW.Oiio
These aro tho best known of all tho companies
represented In Rutland, and since wo hao
represented them they hart mid mnre money to
tho citizens of Rutland nnd Mclnlty than all
other eompanie eombineil.
This record proves their stability and their
willingness to pay all proper claims.
We eonlldently expect n continuance, of the
liberal patronago which these companies have
Wo nlso represent the Travelers I.lfo and Ac
cldent Insurance company. We glo abetter
and cheaper policy than any other Life com
pany. Call and see.
HURNHAM A" TKMPLE.
Ofllce, opera House, Rutland, vt.
HARRY W. NYE'S
"GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY,
No. 4, .Merchants' Row, Rutland, Vt.
(1ENERAL AGT .ETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Flro Insurance In first Class Companies.
J 0. LEWIS,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, TOILET
ARTICLES, FANCY dOODS, LADIES'
BASKETS, ARTISTS' MATERIAL,
PAINTS, Oil, PAINTERS'
RUSH, WINDOW OLASS,
PUTTY, Ac, Ac.
And tho best goods In my lino tho market
affords nro my Sieclaltles. Prices reasonable,
In consideration of quality.
PRESCRIPTIONS carefully and correctly
NO. 2 MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND,
Invites tho ladles to call and cxamlno a splen
um assortment oi
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED.
ltlilUOXS, LACE VEIIJJ AND llAItllKS,
Thread and Oulpuro Laces, Swiss Ties, Zephyr
und Worsted Embroideries, Hamburg
Edgings, Pnssamcnterles, Hair
Switches and Curls,
And a full lino of
LADIES' AND INFANTS' UNDERWEAR,
And many novelties too numerous to mention.
QOAL, COAL, COAL.
Wo nro now receiving direct from mines tho
Delawaro Hudson Canal Company's Coal by
rail, nnd nro prepared to furnish It In largo or
binnl! quantities. Wo also Intend to keep a
largo supply ot Lehigh and Cumberland coal
constantly on hand, and ot a superior quality
Thankful for tho liberal patronago received the
past year, wo ask a continuance of tho same.
Wo nro not allowed to glvo tlmo on purchases
of coal after this dato. All orders must bo nc.
companlcd by cash. Thoso having unsettled
accounts nro requested to call and scttlo tho
same nt once, onico and yard at A, F, Davis'
Building, opposlto Freight Depot,
mldtf PUTNAM Si CURTIS,
good wujrt'H will lio t'iven. Apply to J. N. llow-
EW ARMY UROGANS, S1.75, ut
3? F. RIDLON, noxt door to Berwick
Ut Hotel, Center street, linn opened a new
ttiid eholco lino of FANCY goods, which ho Is
preparcu io oner nt ins usual tow prices.
ATES' HOUSE CORNER
MASON A' JERKOWSKI
llavo Just opened the larccst slock of
0 L O T RING
Ever brought to Vermont. Cast off jour old
clothes and uuy one oi our
STYLISH M'HIXCl SUITS.
We have them for all prices, nnd will sell an
thing In our lino
TWENTY PER CENT. CHEAPER 'j
Tlian any other More ill the State. Don't go to
n store where their stock hns been handled
over, jenrartcrjenr. coinowhereeerthlngts
FRESH AND NEW NOTHING OLD.
A glance nt our stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Will com luce you that tho Bates' Douse Corner
Store. Is the only place where the stock ot these
goods are complete.
LADIES' A XI) (IIIXTS- TIlAVlil.lXd HAGS
of every description.
HATS AND CAPS
Are n leading article with us, nnit this ac
counts for our
Of every style nnd price. If you wish anything
In our line, call and get our prices; they will
com luce on w here to buy.
y MASON & JERKOWSKI.
. Merchants' Row, under the Bates' Rouse,
1! I N G O P E N I N G
OPERA CLOTHING, HOOT AND SHOE
E M P O R I U M ,
MEHCIIANTS ROW, - RL'TI.M, VT.
WAT KINS & CADY
Have lust received from New York nnd Boston
.Markets ono of the llucst lines ot clothing ever
exhibited by any Merchant this side of Mention
or New YolK, consisting of
MENS' BOYS' AND YOUTHS' SUITINGS
Ot cut' debcrlptliin.nunufaelui'ed from
FINE ENGLISH CLOTHS,
Down to a Cheap Cherry Valley.
jiorv cwtjUjVC a specialty.
FEIIMMUXH GOODS DETAltTMENT COSU'I.ETE. ,
t) ir liuol anu Mioo ticpanmem. euusias oi au
the latest novelties of the season.;
S P E 0 I A L T I E S .
n nti.l ,.,-niit, tin, lr,inl.' vnrv
low, having been bought beore tho rlso in gold.
Two hundred and nvo pairs Woniens' Side
Laco Boots, is thread, nt $2. sizes n om to 4.
One hundred and three pairs Woniens' Boots,
button, 10 thread, nt ll.es.
Two liunuretl pairs -Mens' itimuer ihiots, an
kinds, at $3.cn.
In every department. Trouble to commence at
7 a. m. und continue until 'J p. in.
f. W. W.ATKIKS, WM. P. CADV.
BAXTER NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITAL, - - -
It. IlKSHV BAXTElt,
II. f. Loriiitor.
J. W. CltAMTOX,
N. T. SntAiifE, Ju.
W. C. DUN'lOX,
W. C. I.ANDOS.
.). N. IIAXTEIl,
T. W. I'AKK,
Geo. k. Rovce,
Geo no e i:. norrm,
Made und remitted for nt Lowest Urates.
INTEREST ALLOWED OS TIME DEI'OSITS.
A ccncral Hanking nnd Exchange business
I. IIknhv Baxteh, Prest. J. N. Baxteii, V. Prest,
Geoiwie R. DOTTUM, Cashier.
H H H H
riMJIE TESTS THE 3IERITS OF ALL
For Over Thirty Years. 18T3.
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN-KILLER
Has been tested In etery variety of climate, and
by almost every nation known to Americans,
It Is tho constant companion nnd Inestlmahla
friend of tho missionary nnd tho trateler. on
the hen or land, und no one should travel on our
lakes or rivers, without It.
Slnco tho lMln-Klller was llrst Introduced,
nnd met with such extensive tale, many Lini
ments. Hellers, Panaceas, and other Remedies.
hnvo been offered to the public, but not ono of
them has attained tho truly enviable standing
OI tUU 1 U1I1-1V111C1,
WHY IS THIS SO?
It Is becauso Davis' Faln-Ktllcr Is what It
claims to be, a Reliever of Pain. Its merits nro
if vim urn sufferlm; from internal nalli. twen
ty to thirty drops In n llttlo water will almost
Instantly cure you. Thero Is nothing to equal
It lor cone, crumps, npasius, iit'uii.uuru, uiur
rlica, Dysentery, flux, Wind In tho Bowels,
Hour stomach, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, etc.
In sections of tho country whero
f EVER AND AQU11
Prevails, thero Is no remedy held In greater es
teem, t eibons iruvuiuu; uuouiu Keep it. uj
them. A fuw drops. In water, will prevent Lick
ness or bowel troubles from cbango of water,
vrnni fnreiim cuuntrles tho calls for Pain-
Killer nrw great. It Is found to cure Cholera
when nil other remedies fall.
When used externally, us a liniment, nothing
gives quicker caso lu burns, cuts, urulbcx,
sprains, Mings Irom Insects, and bcalds. It
removes tnu me, II uu lliu N uuiiil iii-ma imu uiiii-
nnrv sores. Thoso sufferlmr with lthctlinatlsm.
Gout or Neuralgia, If not a positive cure, they
tlnd tho Paln-KUler gives them relief when no
other remedy win.
It gives Instant relict from nchtng teeth.
ami apply It on tho llrst attack of any pnln. It
will glvo satisfactory relief, and bavo hours of
nn not Irlllo with vnurselvos liv testing un
trlnil retneilles. llo sure voueall fornnd iret tho
genuine Pulii-KUler, as many worthless nos
trums nro attempted to bo bold on the great
reputation of this valuable inodlclne.
irDlrectlons accompany each bottle.
Price S3 cents, Ml cents, and f 1 per bottle,
Wntrltcjs ami cwclvy.
i 001) NEWS 1
WATCHES CHEAPER THAN KVKR BKfORK,
MARSHALL As CADY'S.
Who have Just rccclted n largo nnd elegant
stock, open cases with Hat glasses, In both
Swiss nnd American, key and stem winders.
NEW ASSORTMENT Of CHAINS,
dOI.D SETS, RINGS, PINS, AC.
Solid Sliver nnd Silver Plated Ware.
AtlllOltnenf IUjicL Jewel rv In lir.vnnnrl.Tnt
Cull at the old stand of Clark Bros. & Marshall!
comer Merchants' Row nnd West street.
maj mail MAltMHAI.I. .V, CADI.
ADAMS Si SON RAVE A NICE
xV. stock of
WATCHES AND CHAINS,
JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SPECTACLES,
GUNS, CARTRIDGES, RASORS,
SOLID SILVElt AND SII.VEK PHTED VA11E.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY
lten.tlreil In a workmanlike manner, nnil en.
grating executed neatly.
win eusiumers win unu us over c. A. 1'arK
liui'st's store, up one night of stairs, whero our
rents come cheap, and wo can give our patrons
the beneiit of It in our low prices.
i-iui una see us nt, jour earnest, convenience.
ADAMS AND SON,
No. 3lt Meuciiants' Row, Vv Staihs.
BAILEY A: P A R M E N TKKS
S 1 L V E R S 31 I T II S .
We have the larevst and best assoitnientof
Watches ever olfered In this maiket.
In largo supply, embracing every variety of
ntjin liruii.iL-ic lur Laillcs' ur deiitlonieits' wear.
J E W E L R Y ,
In rich abundance, and moie coming.
SILVElt 1'I.AIED AM) STEEL, 1011 TABLE USE.
Our slock Is large, nnd we sell at low prices.
S I L V E R G 0 O I) S .
SlI.VKi: hl'OOXS OF OI'i: OWN MANlirAOTt'lM'..
ROGERS' BROTHERS PLATED FORKS
Tea Sets, Castors, sc., all the best.
S P E C T A C L 11 S
To lit those, who cannot see well.
A new thing without frames. Vnrv desirable.
call und see for your&elt cs nt
BAILEY AND PARMENTERS',
17 Merchants' now.
r A L LING V O R D
A . It 1 1. L .t SON
Will open on Monday, May Mh, tho new
Over their store, whero will bo displayed an
elegant stock of Pattern Rats, Ribbons, flow
ers, frames, Hats, Ax. New York Goods at
Walllngford prices. Also Mens' and Boj b' Hats
HaMng enlarged and Improved our
Wo shall oiwn on the bamo day, our Spring
MENS'. BOVb' AND CIIILDUENS' Sl'ITS.
Can elve a cood business suit for 110. and wo
have a good lino of liner good. Elegant Coats
uuu ests una iouoy ranis.sttu iiavo remou
And can now offer a full stock of Ladles'.Misses'
mil Children's shoes, Rubbers and Slip
pers; nlso. Men's and Boys'
Hoots and Shoes.
Wo hnvo a new lot ot
0 R O C K E R Y
iuuiiiu, iiiau ill mui.iv, unman ai f, Jiuum ui i.
Grass Seed and Flour. Wo can glvo the best
GROCERIES AND FAMILY SUPPLIES.
Como nnd get 8 lbs. of Uio best whltcBugar for
ti, and goon Japan Tea, lor i cents, (m. . o
have soino not as nood for W) cents.) Hut wo
cannot glvo you a list ot our goods or prices, so
you must- cuii on us nun see ior yourseit es.
A. HILL t: SON,
W A L L I N G F 0 R D .
J, PRICIIAHI), PltOrillETOlt.
CHARCOAL PIG IRON,
lTri'SFORD, VT. mayldSm
LIVER 3IARBLE AND GRANITE
3IERICAN AND FOREIGN MARBLE
TABLETS, FONTS, AC,
To order In any part of the United Stales with
out risk to the purchaser.
All work executed by this Establishment Is
dono In the most tiioiiocoii and autistic
So largo a proportion of our work Is now going
Into the City Cemeteries In successful competi
tion with tho best city manufactures that our
products are as famous and conspicuous for their
excellence, In Greenwood Cemetery of New
Y'ork, Rural Cemetery of Philadelphia, nnd
many ot the Western Cities, as throughout Ver
mont. And we present tho fact of our constant
ly Increasing business, justllled by the vnifohu
excellence of our work during tho past llvo
years, ns the surest guaranty purchasers can
have ot our faithfulness In the future.
JUTLAND 3IARBLE C03IPANY,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
BLOCK tt SAWED 3IARBLE.
QUAltlME.S AND MILLS,
J. N. BAXTER, Stipt. WEST RUTLAND, Vt.
All the erades of Rutland Marble. In tho
slmnn of slulis nf various thleknessen rennlmil
for Furniture, Mantel, nnd Decorative Work, as
well as cemetery uses! also Cubic stock for
Monumental and Building purposes, Including
Bases. Strlns. and Posts, mav bo found on our
yard nt all times.
Our extensive arrangements for the nroduc-
tlon of Marble. In tho wav of Ouarrvlntr Ma
chinery, nnd Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
of saws, placo us In position to supply the
wants oi me. -iraue. wnoiesaio anu itetau
Dealers, Builders, Furniture-Men, nnd gen
eral Manufacturers will tlnd It to their Interest
to favor us with their orders.
RUTLAND MARBLE CO.
$HUincrtj and .fancy (Booils.
A R R O W S A; 31 1 T C II E L L ,
(Successors to French A Bahkoks.)
PROSPEC'l'US FOR 18721.
As we have worn no disguises In tho past.'wc
como with no promise of a new ssnsatlon. We
shall offer you no cunningly devised fables to
tickle jour fancy, nor take u fresh departure In
unbeaten paths to relieve tho monotony of
truth-telling. For nearly Fifteen Yeai.swehato
held to tho same principles, mid we tlnd them
all unworn by the lapso of time.
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
All orders entrusted to our care will be
ritOill'TLY AXl) CAliUrULLY h'lLLKIK
BARROWS it MITCHELL,
NO. 21 MERCHANTS' ROW.
Q. R E E R T U R N E R
suoAii iiEinxixa company,
70 WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Offer for sale all the various grades of Refined
Sugar ot Superior Quality at tho LowestMarket
Prices. A superior quality of Whlto sugar for
ujniecuuucia use. Also,
WHITE COFFEE A,
COFFEE EXTRA 0,
And tho lower grades of
' , L L o w s u a A It .
Orders to bo addressed to ourfofllco In New
York, 10 Wall Street, Cor. Pearl.
rallies ordering 10 barrels can hao them as
sorted. Tkiims Thirty days, or Cash In 7 days, less
X per cent, discount,
E. G. BAXTER,
(Svom-Uia ana gvovisionis.
T & T. CAD EN,
Wholesale and Relnll Dealers lu
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED FRUITS, PICKLES, Ac,
AND FANCY GOODS.
Also, Dealers In
DRY GOODS, SHAWLS, DRESS GOODS,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, Ac, Ac.
An assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Constantly on hand.
AGENTS 1'OR MAIL STEAMERS TO AND
f ROM EUROPE.
WDRAfTS FOR ANY AMOUNT ON THE
BANKS OF ENGLAND, IRELAND, SCOTLAND
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN STS.
1 8 5 7 . 1 8 7 2!.
O L I) RED S T O R E .
aitocmiiKS aa'J) vnoviswys,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
mayltf Meuciiants' Row.
JOSEPH II. GUY,
S. HAYWARD k CO.,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HAY AND WOOD.
Washington St., Rutland, Vt.
U L T O N 31 A It K E T,
DUNTON .C HAYWARD
All kinds of Meats, Fish, Vegetables and
Fruits In their beason.
Klngsley A Sprague's Mock, Merchants' Row.
PETER F. 3Io3LVNUS,
G R O O E R ,
And dealer In
P R () V I S I O N S ,
No. 3 West St., RUTLAND, VT.
ma yl dim
TrilOLESALE FRUIT DEPOT.
The Subscriber has made arrangements to
reeeltu till kinds of
by tho car-load direct from llrst hands In New
York and Boston, nnd Is prepared to 1111 orders
from Dealers In Rutland anil from on tho lines
of Railroads centering here, ut tho Lowest
ORANGES AND LEMONS
Itepacked and Warranted ns represented.
I am nlso prepared to pay the highest cash
price for Potatoes to ship to Market.
E. P. HITCHCOCK,
Opposite the Depot. RUTLAND.
J"EW BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
I have tho llncst stock of Ready Made
II O O T S A N 1) SHOES
for Gents' and Youths' In tho state.' Orders In
tho best btjles of workmanship, well made, In
finest Imported Leathers, only itrst-clnss work
men employed. All work under tho super) talon
ot (1. Vullquette.
Ladles' Work to order, In tho chaste nnd ele
gant mode ot Spring fashions, f luest stock In
mayldam 11. VAI.I.IQUKTTK.
J- O. T F OR S A L E ,
TILL JAXl'AUY 1. 1S74,
Most people advertise to tell tho publlewh.it
they have to bell. Wo aro compelled to ret ero
tho rule, to answer all turlher Inquiries, and
say that no
EXTRA EAIILY VERMONT POTATOES
Aro now for sale by myself or son. Those who
want them for tills season's cultivation must
apply to D. K. Bliss A" sons, No. 85, Paik Place,
New York. Pi Ice, il.uo per pound, f 3.t) for four
pounds. eni ircu uy man.
Rutland, May B, 1873.
R, CABLE'S WATER PROOF
Oil. J) LACKING,
HARNESSES, CARRIAGE TOPS,
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC,
Fits harnebses perfectly nnd prevents crack,
lng. Does not fry out or gum the surface.
Softens and preserves the leather. Excludes
tile waier. excellent lur uoms, Biiuen, ae.
nr-oivcs universal satisfaction. Manufac
myiedAwtt N, C. MARCH, Mlddlebury, Vt,
TVTRS. .1. B. BALLANOE,
SWITCHES, CUltLH, FltlZ.ES, BATS, AND
FINE II A I It J E W E L R Y .
LADIES' COMBLNOS STRAIGHTENED.
Rooms over II. W. Marshall's Grocery store,
Grovo Btrect, Rutland. may 16 3w
riAEAS, from BO cents to $1.7(1; also fresh
urounu yt MARSHALL'S
mayldiwly Comer ot Grove and West Ms,
She $uttumt gaHu, (Slok.
WEDNESDAY MORN., 3LVY 21, 1873.
The following aro tlio market prices at
Waldeni Eggs 18 cents per ilozenj maplo
sugar 10 cents per lb. j potatoes 45 cent9
per bushel j butter 3C cents per lb. j maple
bono' 1,25 per gallon.
On Saturday week the roads over Shef
field heights, were still almost impassable
on account of tlio great amount of snow re
Hon. Austin Corbin of Newport, now
eighty-two years old, lias purchased a large
tract of timber land in Groton, Vt., nnd Is
now engaged In getting tlio lumber ready
Tlio Good Tcmptars' Union for Chitten
den County meets nt Huntington, Juno ltb.
Col. T. 11. .Mend, of Randolph, is to deliver
A. G. Olmstead has been installed ns
Chief Templar or Lincoln Lodge nt Wl-
Edgar Nash, has been elected Chief
Teniplnr of Sholburn Lodge, No. 153.
Eggs sell for 12 cents per dozen at Fair
Enosburgli bills were wliito with an inch
of snow the morning of tiie Kith.
The Franklin nnd Grand Isle Conference
ot Congregational Churches meets at Swan
ton, Juno 4th.
Mrs. Sidney Beauclcrck died at Troy,
N. Y., on Tuesday afternoon last. Scarcely
n year ogo, she went from her home in Iras
burg, as a bride. Tho devotrd husband in
His sad nllliction receives the sympathy of
many warm friends.
The Oth of M.iy tho snow was 1 1 feet
deep in Woodbury.
Tho Semlnaiy at Watcrbury Center has
been leased for three j'ears, by T. II. 'ro
sier, of Fairpoit, N. Y who is said to pos
sess the elements of success.
The Washington County Good Templars'
Union holds its session nt Warren, June
11th. Rev. 1'. N. Granger delivers the
Tlio llccr EEIoJv at R'raiikforf
Of the beer riots at Frankfort, already
noticed by the cable despatches which have
appeared in these columns, tlio correspon
dent of the London Timrs writes, under
date of April 23 :
" The beer riots at Frankfort are very se
rious. The brewers having slightly raised
the price of beer, tlio mob availed them
selves of a maiket day, when thousands of
laborers from tlio neighborhood Uitcil the
town, to uttnek and demolish the piincipal
beer-liouscs, taverns and breweries. The
police at first hesitated tn interfere, but upon
some socialists displaying a red Hag, they
thought it high time to uss.ert tlio majesty
of the law, nnd mado an ell'ort to withstand
tlio rioters in tho more exposed localities.
They were beaten oil' by the mob, who, en
couraged by success, received tho military,
now summoned to tlio spot, with a shower
ofjbricks. When a few blank cartridges
fired to warn oil' the rioters had proved in
efl'ectual, tlio olllcers in command at last
resorted tn more stringent means, nnd of
course easily succeeded in quelling the riot.
Tho loss of life is very great. There are
thirty-seven killed nnd about one li indred
wounded. Willi tho exception of n few,
whero the rioters were received with scald
ing bear and steam before the military ar
rived, all the leading breweries of the town
were invaded by the mob. No doubt there
lias been mismanagement on the pirt of tlio
authorities, or the riot could never have as
sumed such vast proportions. The police,
consisting chiolly of Frankforters, probably
acted with the leniency usually displayed by
South Gcrmim authorities on such occa
sions, while tho military, commanded, I
dare say, by North German olllcers, or nt
any rate, bound to adhere to tho injunctions
of tho Prussian military code, as soon as
they began operations gave the rioters a
taste of the stricter discipline and sterner
habits of the German Mortli. It was the
first riot at Frankfort since the late remod
eling of all tilings in Germany."
A man named Robert G. Blair was mur
dered nt Nashua, N. II., on Sunday after
noon by ono Jesse Deihl. The murdered
man was n native of South Carolina, a de
serter from the rebel army to the I'nion
forces during tho war, and has followed the
trade of n painter in Nashua. Ho was 33
years of age and unmarried. The murderer
is it desperato character and kcepor of n dis
orderly hons2 in that city, llo was prompt
ly arrested by tho authorities, Tho murder
is said to be the result of an open bar on the
Catskill, N. Y., is excited over the mys
terious disappearance of a German scissors
grinder, named Harmon lliileher, who is
supposed to have been murdered by a Ger
man and his son named Waltz, who live on
a by-road three miles north of the town,
llulcher is known to liavo gone to their
house on tho night of 3Iay 2, and sinco
then has never been teen. A short tinio
since, the mother und son-in-law of the
missing man arrived in search of him, nnd
the fact that some one umenibcred tn have
seed blood-stains on the lounge nnd floor in
the room where the old man slept, led to
the nircst, Friday, of the old man and his
son, wh: both deny the murder. Circum
stances aro very strong, however, against
one or botli of lliem, t blood-stains Iiavo
been found in ilie yard, lending tn an old
wall, where lire more (tains nnd clotted
hair, nnd tln.ro are evident sign thatellbrts
have been made to remove tlio stains. 1 lie
body had nut been found up to Saturday
night, although acthe ell'ort's were making,
and patties were tenrehln:i vveiy Inch of
the premises witli prodding irons, llulcher
is known to hat o had considerable money
with him at the time of ids disappearance.
Windsor, Midi., was tho scene, Thurs
day, of one ol tho most delibcrnlo murders
on record. Tw o Inrniers, named Thomas
Twombly and llcibert Lrsperunce, quar
relled over nn old feud, until finally Twom
bly left, telling the latter ho had not hour to
live, lie then went to his house, got n shot
gun, walks deliberately up to within four
feet of Lesporanee, told him ho was going
to shoot him, nnd lireda largo load of buck
shot into tlio doomed man's side, and was
only prevented from discharging tlio other
barrel by tho (napping ofthe cap, Twom
bly then went to his house, got semo guns
nnd ammunition, which he laaded in his
boat, and tied toward tlio opposlto side of
ENS' CALF BOOTS, S3.B0 to ifO.OO
at tnoeiienpcusnsiore, .0. o, .iiercnaius'
SCRAP IRON AND STEEL, OLD
Murblo saws and Currency taken In ex
change tor Nails at tho
moyldJin Rl'TLAND NAIL WORKS.
Wen ot Lincoln Iron Works,