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MOJ.N1NG, AY 22, 1873.
O. T. C It O S H,
Manufacturer of nnil Dealer In
riN-ismxn M'Miimt, HiiiNoi.ns, lath,
i l..M'IAlliiS, ANDMI'IUJCH I.U.MIIUH,
llOOHH.SANII, 1II.LNDS, MOULD
IN(IS, HHACKHTS. WIN
10V l-'KAMHS ,fc
Scroll Havvlngof nil kinds, I'lantng, Statchliifr
iuu uuiiu iu uruer. inni aim .vim uor-
nerof I'nlon anil l'urnnce Streets, near Freight
j''i'ui, jvuiiiiuu, i. .iinyiinvwum.
4JII0AV CASKS, CORNER, CLOCK
J nnd Mantle Shelves made to order, Willi
i-iniu or .mouiiicu edges. iii(.i'Ki;TS saned In
uiiicreiu siyies ni iihaiwukn H
TVTEW MOULDINGS FOlt l'ICTUHK
X' l'ramlntr, Chromos, Lltho'j-miilis and
l.IlglllYlllgS 111 Ur.AUUUICS
11'RTAIN CORNICES OP ULACK
w alnut, or all (lilt, niado to order. Cur
tain mugs, tusscis nnu cords. dlauiiohn'S
DEAKIJORN IS AGENT FOR GAIU).
Nl'.It'S l'crfoiatcd ChntrSciit, for renovat
ing ov cr i. nu-r lag or itusn oouoin cunirs.
l'lease to call and see llicm.
(irovo mod: 1IUTLAND, Vt.
ij n o k 1: u ,
i; nr.oAi) srnr.r.r, sew youk.
Stocks, (lovermiienls and Clold botiglilnnd sold
tut i uniiiiissiuii.
KT Interest allowed on deposlls.
m o it i: ii o u s v.,
Opposite Central House - - MITLAND, Vt.
A 1 X T S
HUTLAND MANUFAUTUHINa COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
WOOD AM) CHAIN SEAT CIIAIItS, 1JKH
STEADS AND CHAIIt STOCK.
Corner of West and I'orcst Sts,
L. ATwooi), Agt. O. C. Hcnui.ES, Trcas.
T AV. KING,
Manufacturer and w holcsalo and retail dealer In
SASH, DOOltS, I1LINDS,
MOULDINGS, H11ACKT2TH, AND HOUSE FUR
OF EVEIIV llESCRHTION.
rciix.iei: Stkeet, Kctland, Vt.
Orders by mall or othcnvlso promptly attend
ed to. myldtf
J. J. GUINDON,
ii 1j A li tt. D M 1 T H .
Pnrt.tcni.ir attention raid to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted. Shop on
, NF.AIl OI.1VEB 5UUBI.K VVOllKS,
HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
OlIAINtNO AND DCCOllATIsa, IN AM. STYLES.
Kalsomlnlngnnd Hard Wood Finishing, Glazing
nnu unrw staining.
Martell'sNcw Hulldlng, Center Street,
LINCOLN IltON AVOUKS.
Marhlo Mill and Hoisting Machinery of tho
most Improied construction. Derricks and
jiumplng machinery, castings nnu general ma-
Steel and Iron Wlro Ropo at Manufacturer's
Rutland. VI., May 1, 1S73. mayldtt
A. II. II AW LEY,
COXTJi.lCTOn AXD 1'RACTlCAh tiLATKlt,
Ho H prepared to do all worki promptly and
well. Orders can bo lett at J. E. Glynn's storo
on Merchants' Row, or at tho llardwell House.
.V ferencea Rockwood Darrett, Rutland : L. SI.
vnunii Prnsiiient. nt First National Dank. De
troit, Michigan: Hon. J. M. Marvin, Saratoga
and Sitting $00111$.
A It D W E Ij L HOUSE.
C It A M TON & SALS II IT It Y
Tho JlARDWHLL HOUSE Is located opposite
tho Depot and lias long been favorably known
... I,-,!,,,,, niiiiiin. It. has been recently
Improved, now nffordlng tho best and most
ntnplo accommodation to guests.
The TAHLK will bo supplied with all the
luxuries of tho Season, and every attention will
bo mid to the comfort of Its patrons.
In tho future, as In tho past, ino rroprie ura
ntend to make It a tlrst-class House affording
nil tho comforts of a home to the traveler,
nubile natronairo Is solicited.
A GOOD LIVERY In connection with tho
Attentive PORTERS will bo found at tho
Depot, on tho arrival of all trains.
J. W. CllAJITON. J. A. SALSBUllV.
F A It M E It S ' II O T E L ,
F11EHIHT StueFiT, - - RUTLAND, VT.
A FIRST CLASS
M E A T M A It K E T
is hotel nun.iJiNa.
imayldsm J. E. JOHNSON, Pitoi'iUETOH,
J. 1'. STINSON'S
DINING II A
Qulnn'a Hlock, Opposlto tho Depot,
RUTLAND, - - - VERMONT.
Warm Meals served at all hours of the. day
una evening. majmn.
J. W. FISHER'S
N E AV DINING R 0 O 31 S ,
Central IIouso lllockMerchants' Row
Warm Meal? served at all hours of tho day
and evening. mayiuaiu
IN Ji Y H I 11 1 U 11 A 14 14 ,
In rooms formerly occupied by J, W. Fisher,
KING9LEY li BPRAOUE'S HLOCK,
MKALfl BK1IVKI) AT Al l. HOUilS.
SPRING STYLES OF FRENCH KID
Shoes, to, o,nt () vvmm
Wholesalo dealer in
CALIFORNIA WINES AND II RANDY.
lMTOHTKIt AND W110I KS.U.E IlK.tl.KR
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
The attention of Town Agents, riiyslrlans
and Druggists Is especially called to our wines,
as they nro unsurpassed for medical purposes,
coming from ono.of tho oldest vineyard In
California. All goods guaranteed pure and sat
isfactory, or to bo returned at my expense.
o r f i c k ,
CORNER FRKK11IT AND EVELYN, NTS.,
(Landon li Huntooti's Block,)
Rutland, Vt. inyltt
S3 M i
W g C
d I 3
AND ON & IIUNTOOJN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
TI,nv qtppt. XATT.S .Wi &c &c.
WON, blLLlj, IsAlba, ivo., .vi., ivi..
A general Assortment of
UKU'I.Nd, L A 0 I N
TIMOTHY, CLOVER, AND ALL
NOVA SCOTIA PLASTER,
LODI MANUFACTURING CO.'S POUDRETTE.
A FUI.I. LINK OF
0 II E A P
F 0 R
8 T O It 15,
"rpiIE REST SHIRTS I EVER HAD."
J. mis is wiiai, inoy nay ui
E. N. MKRRIAM'S PERFECT FITTING SHIRTS,
riMIE PIANO SELECTED FOR USE
X at till) coming Festival Is tho DECKER
E E K S & II A II U V. It
AT NO. 1, OPERA HOUSE I1LOCK,
Keep n full assortment of tlio following
HOUSE rUKNISHINO GOODS
FRENCH CHINA WARE,
TA11LE (1LASS WARE,
SILVER PLATED WARE,
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
TASSELS AND CORDS,
LAMPS AND LANTEItS,
Wholesale and Relall,
LAMP CHIMNEYS and 11URNEIIS,
Wholesale and Retail. ,
MATTRASSES and LOUNGES, anil
mayldtt DONE TO ORDER.
IJUllNHAM c TEMPLE,
Wo arc Agents for the following llrst class
Fire Insurance Companies.
Aetna Assets, i;,ooo,noo
Imperial, " s.ihio.iioo
Home, N. Y " j.wiii.ihk)
Royal " 1(1,000,000
Hartford " i,i:mo
Insuranco of No. America, Phlln. " a.'iso.ooo
National, Hartford " fcOO.uuo
These are tho best known of nil tho companies
represented in Rutland, and since wo hae
represented them they hare mid morv money to
tho citizens of Rutland anil Mclnlty than all
other coitijianiea emiibinctt.
This record proves their stability and their
willingness to pay nil proper claims.
Wo conlldcntly expect a continuance of the
liberal patronage which these companies have
Wo also represent tho Travelers Llfu and Ac
cident Insuranco Company. o glvo n better
and cheaper policy than any other Life com
pany. Call and see. mnU TEMPLK
Ofttce, Opera House, Rutland, Vt.
HARRY W. NYE'S
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY,
No. 4, Merchants' Row, Rutland, Vt.
GENERAL AGT -ETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Flro Insuranco In First Class Companies.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, TOILET
ARTICLES, FANCY GOODS, I .A DIES'
BASKETS, ARTISTS' MATERIAL,
PAINTS, OH PAINTERS'
RUSH, WINDOW GLASS,
PUTTY, Ac., 4C.
And tho best goods in my lino tho market
alfords aro my specialties. Prices reasonable,
In consideration of quality.
fritESCIUPTIONS carefully and correctly
NO. 2 MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND,
Invites tho ladles to call and examino a splen
uiu assortment oi
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED.
HlllliOXS, LACE VBILH AND UAltllEiS,
Thread and Guipure Laces, Swiss Ties, Zephyr
aim vvorsieil I'.inuruiufritB, iiiiinwuis
Edgings, Passamenterles, Hair
Switches nnd curls,
And a full ltuo of
LADIES' AND INFANTS' UNDERWEAR,
And many novelties too numerous to mention.
Wo nro now receiving direct from mines tho
Delnwaro & Hudson Canal Company's Coal by
rail, and nro prepared to furnish It In large or
bmall quantities. Wo nlso Intend to keep a
largo supply of LchlgU and Cumberland Coal
constantly on linnd, nnd of a bupcrlor quality,
Tliankful for tho liberal patronage received tho
past year, wo ask a contlnuanco of tho same,
Wo aro not allowed to glvo timo on purchases
of coal after this dale. All orders must bo oc-
companlod by cash. Thoso having unsettled
accounts nro requested to call nnd scttlo tho
samo at once. Ofllco and yard at A. V. Davis'
Ilulldlng, opposite Freight Depot,
mldtf PUTNAM CURTIS.
WANTED-SIX GOOD PAINTERS
TT To good men, bteadv employment
good wages will be given. Apply to J. N. I
iml, No. 0, (lroo lllock, Rutland, Vt.
"VTEW ARMY UROGANS, 1.75, nt
H V. RIDLON. next door to Benvicli
I'J. Hotel. Center street, lias onened a IlliVV
and choice lino of FANCY goods, which ho Is
prepared to oner at his usual low prices,
TES HOUSE COllNEIt
MASON IC JERKOWSKI
Ilavo just opened tho largest stock of
Ever brought to erniont. Cast off your old
t,iifiiiu 111111 uiij uiiv ui uiu
HTYi.iiiii srr.txo suits.
Wo have them for all prices, and will sell any
thing In our lino
TWENTY PLR CENT. CHEAPER
Than nny olhcr store In tho Slate. Don't go to
a store where their Mock has been handled
ocr, J cannier j car. comowhereeverythlngls
FRESH AND NEW-NOTHING OLD.
A glance nt our sluck of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Will convince jou that tho lutes' Hotiso Corner
p ur is 110 01 v 11 iieo u ieri tin k nr Mmun
goous are complete.
if:.s ash 11B.VW niAVHusa haiis
of CAcry description.
HATS AND CAPS
Are n leading nrllclo with us, and this nc-
eouiiis lor our
in eieij sijiu aim once, irjou wish nnj thing
In our line, call mid tret nur m-inn. ii,...- ..-ifl
MASON .t JERKOWSKI.
13 Jleivhants' Row, under the Hates' House,
P R I N G O P E N I N G
OPERA CLOTHING, HOOT AND SHOE
E 31 P O It I U 31 ,
Meiichants' Row, - . . Rutland. Vt.
WATIC1NS & CADY
Have lust recehed from New VnrL- nn.l llrwtmi
Markets one of the llnest lines of Clothing ever
exhibited by any Merchant this side of Memlon
or New 01k, consisting of
MENS' HOYS' AND YOUTHS' SUITINGS
of every tlescilptlou.manufacturcd from
FINE ENGLISH CLOTHS,
Down to n Cheap Cherry Valley.
JJUJV ,i.r.,,r.r . r ...... -
v. . u -1 at -nUJJlJil J.
t r un..i.iii.i - m
our Hoot and Shoo department consists of nil
tho latest novelties of the season.;
S P E 0 I A L T IKS.
Fivo hundred and twenty-tlvo trunks, very
low, having been bought before the nso in goiu.
Two Hundred aim nvo pairs uuieu- piu
,aeo Hoots, 18 thread, at 12. Sizes from 2',,- to 4.
one hum red and threo pairs omens' Hoots,
button, 10 thread, at I1.JW.
TWO nunuieu pairs .ut-iii jiuuuvi wi., ....
kinds, nt jxco.
In every department. Trouble to commence at
" a. m. and eontlnuo until !) p. in.
F. W. Watkins, Wm. P. Cauv.
RANTER NATIONAL RANK,
II. UKNUV HAXTEU,
II, F. UiTiinoi',
J. N. HAXTEU,
J. W. CltAMTON,
N. T. rll'KAdl'K, Jit.
W. V,. DUNION,
W. C. Landon.
E0. K. ROVCE,
E01UIK R. Doi-ri'M,
Jlado and remitted for at Lowest Urates.
ISTE11EST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS.
A general Hanking and Exchange business
. 1IEM1Y HAXTEU. PrCSt. J.N. 11AX1EK, V, Pl'CSt.
GEOIUIE It. HOTTCM, CttSllKr.
AI.AIK TESTS TUB MKIUTS OF Abb
18 10 For Over Thii ty Years.
PlCltltY UAA'IS' PAIN-KII.IiKH
Has been tested In every variety of climate, and
by almost every nation known to Americans.
It Is the constant companion and Incstlmablo
friend of the missionary nnd tho traveler, on
the sea or lanu, anu no onu suuuiu iiu.ei unum
lakes or rivers, without It. ...
Mneo tho I'aln-KIUcr was llrst Introduced,
and met with such extensive sale, many Lini
ments, Itellefs, Panaceas, nnd other Itemcdlcs,
have ueeiioiicreu to mo puuiie, uui. iiui-unuui
them bns attained tho truly euvlnblo btandlng
of tho l'ntn-Ktllcr.
WHY IS THIS SOI
it. is beeauso Davis' l'nln-Klller Is what It
claims to be, nltelloverof rain. lib merits aro
It you aro suffering from Internal pain, twen
ty to thirty drops In n little water will almost
tr.. r..i,f .mm .mi Tlinm is tint lilnir tn entlul
ntlv euro sou. Thcro IS nothing 10 equal
It for Colic, cramps. Spasms, Heart-burn, Ular-
rlica, Dybcntcry, l'iux, wind 111 tuo iioweis,
ui..cin,inpi iVi'KnenKtii. Kick lleiulnclie. etc.
Sour stomach, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, etc
Ill sections of tho country wheru
l'EVEIt ANU AGUH
l'rovalls, thcro Is no remedy held In greater es
liom. I'ersnns travellllL' should keen It by
them. A few drops, lu water, w ill prevent sick
ness or bowel troubles from cbnngo of water.
From foreign countries tho calls for Tntm
Killer nro great. It Is found to cure Cholera
when all other remedies fall.
When used externally, ns a liniment, nothing
gives iiulcker ease in burns, cuts, bruises,
sprains, stings lrom Insects, and scalds. It
removes tho lire, and tho wound heals llko ordl.
nary sores. Thoso suffering with Itheumatlsin,
(lout or Neuralgia, II not n positive cure, Ihey
Ilnd tho Pain-Killer gives them relief when 110
other remedy will.
It gives Instant relief from uchlng teeth.
Every housekeeper bliould keep It ill hand,
and apply It on tho Hrst ntlack of any pain. It
will glvo satisfactory relief, and save liouisot
Dp not trlilo with yourselves by testing un
tried remedies. Ho sure you call lor and get the
genulno l'nln-Klller, as many woithless nos
trums nro attempted to bo sold on tho great
reputation ot this valuable medicine.
4fl)lrectlons accompany each lxitlle.
I'rlco 25 cents, w cents, nnd tl per bottle,
Watches ana fivrtvij.
.001) NEWS I
WATCHES CHEAPER THAN EVER 11EFORE,
3IARSHALL & CADY'S.
WllO have Inst r..rilvn,1 n n..,i ...
..,. :;; ......... .. .ti.Hv. ..iiti vh.-kiiiii.
S.i' "I",1' enses nnu nai glasses, In both
-iinerieaii, hey nnu stem winders,
NEW ASSORTMENT OF CHAINS,
GOLD SETS, RINGS, PINS, AC,
Solid Sliver and silver Plated Ware.
A line linn nr IllnnL- !,.,,-, , , ...
Cim nt the md s rnVV-iVf! ,
corner Merrlumis' iimv nn, J:..''''0"'''''
i.,nvi,i.i, "' .V.l"" ""'. . . . .
-IIAIISHALL, K CADY
xIl stock of
SON HAVE A NICE
WATCHES AND CHAINS,
JEWELRY, CLOCK'S, SPECTACLES,
GUNS, CARTRIDGES, RASORS,
SOLID SILVEU AND SILVElt I'LATED WA11E.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY
Repaired in n workmanlike manner, and en
gliivlinrexecuted npniu- '
Our customers will mid us over C. A. Park
lmrst's store, up ono lllght of stairs, where our
hi ! ilSV Si1???' nIul 5 can Bl'o our patrons
no benctll of It In our low prices.
uuu buo us in i our earnest convenience.
ADAMS AND SON,
No. Sin Meiichants' Row, Up Staiiis.
K A I LEY & P A It 31 E N T E, It S
S I L V E IE S 31 I T II S .
WohaVOthe lni'li-i'Rt. nlwl liocl. newHmn,,,
Vatches ever olfcred lu this inaiket.
n lai'L'o suiiulv. unbracing every variety of
siyio iiesirauio lor i.aiiies' or lienueini'iis- wear.
I E E L R Y ,
In i Ich abundance, and more coming.
SILVElt l'HTKIl AND STEEI, FOlt TABLE fE.
Our stock Is large, and we sell at low prices.
S I.L V E It GOODS.
SILVER hl'OOXfl OK OUlt OWN MANCFACl'ClIi:.
ROGERS' I1ROTIIERS PLATED FORKS
Tea Sets, Castors, &c, all tho best.
To lit those who cannot sco well.
A new thing without frames. Very desirable.
unu ami see lor yourteives ui
HAII.EY AND PARM ENTERS',
17 Meiichants' now.
yT A I. I. I N 0 V O It 1) -
A. HILL HON
Will open on Monday, May Dili, the new
Over their store, wheru will bo displayed an
elegant stock ot Pattern Hats, lilbbons, Flow-1
i-t-M. Vrninnrt. lints. Ac. New York Goods at
Wnlllngford prices. Also Mens' und Hoys' Hats
Having enlarged and Improved our
Wo shall open on tlio samo day, our Spring
MENS'. HOYS' ANIl CHILDIIKN'S' Fl'ITS.
Can glvo a good business suit for $10, nnd wo
have a good lino ot liner good. Elegant Coats
and vests and Nouuy ranis.hVvo mivo remou-
And can now oiler n full stock of Ladies'.MIsses'
ana Children's Hiioes, nuuuers 111m dui-
aiso, iueus 111111 jiujs
Hoots nnd Shoes.
Wo havo a new lot of
O It O O K 13 It Y
loopen;nisu 111 hiuei., .uus.surr, jiuiunuiu.
Grass Seed and I'lour. Wu can glvo tho best
UIIOCEIIIIM AND 1'ASIILY SUI'l'LIES.
Como and get 8 lbs. of tho best whlteSugur for
tl, nud good Jupun Tea for 0T cents. (N. If. 0
uavosomo 1101 us gouu lur uui-eiu.j uui no
cannot glvo you n list ot our goods or prices, so
you must can ou us auu seo lor j uursen vs.
A. HILL & SON,
AV A L L 1
X O F O 11 1)
PITTS FOlt I) FURXAOE,
J. l'ltlCIIAHD, l'HorittisTOK.
CHARCOAL PIQ IHOX,
l'lTTOTOltP, vt, mnyldsm
OLIVER 3IARI1LE AND GRANIT
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN 3IARI1L1
TAI1LETS, FONTS, AC.,
To order In nny part of the United State
out rlk to tho purchaser.
All work executed by this Establishment Is
dono In the most monorail nnd autistic
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 aro as famous and conspicuous for their
excellence, In Greenwood Cemetery of New
lork, Rural Cemetery of Philadelphia, nnd
many of the Western Cities, ns throughout Ver
mont. And wo present tho fact of our constant
ly Increasing business, Justllled by tho unii ohm
excellence of our work during tho past live
cars, as tho surest guaranty purchasers can
have of our faithfulness In tho future.
JUTLAND MARBLE COMPANY,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IX
RLOCK a- S AAV ED 31 A RULE.
(JUARIIIES AND MILLS,
N. HAXTEU, hupt. WEST RUTLAND, Vt.
All thO grades Of lttltlnml Mnrhtp. In 1Un
slinpo of slabs of various thicknesses required
ror 1' urnlture. Mantel, nnd Decorative Work, ns
well as Cemetery uses; nlso Cubic Stock for
-Monumental nnd Rulldlug purposes, including
lases, strips, and Posts, may bo found on our
nrd at all times.
Our extensive nrrnni-nmpntja tnr llm nrn.lii
Hon of Marble, lu the way of Ouarrylng Ma
Chlncrv. and Mills enmnrlstno' Ihfrlv.tu-n mnrN
of saws, place us In position to supply the
......v.. u, ...V, iiauL. i uuics.uu mm ileum
i.VaVXniniMWWTClf,i .nvnll.VK-JIen, nnd gen
.m;'uUS.wH n their orders. "
tiUiiifni ami aiwu (Soortjs.
ARROWS & 31 ITCH ELL.,
(Successors to Fkench & llAiutovvs.)
PROSPECTUS FOlt 1873.
As wo liavi) worn no disguises lu tho past.wo
come with no promise of a new sensation. We
shall offer you no cunningly devised fables to
tickle your fancy, nor tako a iresu uepariu.ru in
unbeaten paths to relievo tho monotony of
truth-telling. For nearly Fifteen Years wo havo
held to tho samo principles, and wo tlnd thorn
all unworn by tho lapse of time.
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS
KvnOLKSAIiK AND HKTAII..
All ordeis entrusted to our cure w 111 bo
PROMPTLY A Xl CAIir.l'UI.LY 1'IU.r.D.
HAIUSOWS & MITCHELL,
NO. 21 MEIICHANTS' HOW.
Q. It E E U T U It X E It
sua aji liiwiA'ixa company,
111 WALL STREET, NEW YOHK,
ntrr fnr h.iln nil tho vm-lous Trades of ltellncd
Sugar Ol Kurwrioriiaii.yat.tno,M.wesi jiurKut
Prices, a superior quaiiiy m vvjiuo rusui ui
uoniecuoncis use. .isu,
AVH1TE COFFEE A,
COFFEE EXTRA C,
And tho lower grades of
y k h 1, 0 w s u a a n
orders to bo addressed to ourCoftlcu In New
York, Id vv nil Bireei, v,ur, rcun.
l'nrtlcs ordering 10 barrels can lmvo them as
tkkiis Thirty days, or Cash in I days, less
per cent, iiiscuuuw
E. O. HAXTEU,
hc Jutland Sailij cttobc.
THURSDAY MORNING," MAY 22, 187a
I'lio Murdered .Scissors irliiiler-...
Ilorrlblu 'I'nlr.'riim;i,f(.(lll r
Vtill,...iEott llm lii'il Mils done.
The Ilulclier mystery turns out to be a
horrililo murder. Joseph AValtz I1119 con
fcsscil tho ilceil. On Satunl.iv- a large boily
of men continued the nearch of iho
prcmUcf, but did not succeed in finding the
body. Sunday ctoh d of people Hocked in
from every direction. About 11 a m. one
party discovered, in Hie nslies of a bonfire,
some brass screws, plates, Ac, which were
thought to belong to Ilulcher's machine.
At 1 o'clock f. m. Intelligence nrrivid of the
finding, on May 7, by the roadside, in the
town of Coxsackle, twelve miles north 0f
the AVnltz farm, a part of the- Urlndlnc ma
chine. A letter was tacked to tho telegraph
poio nuovo It, cnnlvraing tho murder of the
scissors grinder, and containing a rambling
account of the school hoinoroblierlis whlel
occurred In this town last winter. The
letter avowed that these crimes were com
milled ny n number of rnnfni1rnin 'ri...
object ot tills letter W.1S til flVfift filtciilntnn
but It resulted In completing the chain of
ciimiiisiamiai evidence. J ho Iiannwr lim?
m..t iuuillllieu 113 II IE Ot Vlllllll. W,i 1.
Search of the premises continued. Fln.iii',.
some of the stolen school fixtures were
found under the barn floor, nnd the hook
iruin which the Iianer was turn fur il,,. Im
ter was loiind in the room of votincr Wnhz.
IMS discovery finallv hrnkn blm iln...,. .,,..1
yesterday morning ho told tho slierilf ho
vvould confess if they would take hltn up to
... ....in. M inaiiu n conipicto circuit of
the farm, accompanied by a largo crowd,
but ictiimed to the liom.o without makim?
any statement. An hour later he Toliin
tecred a full confession of Hie murder, and
exonerated tho old people. Wo find the
confession in tho Argun ns follows s
" On Thursday, tho 1st nfjinr. llm eli
sors grinder came to our house; I was
down in the lot ; after wc had taken supper
father and mother went to bed, nnd in a lit
tle vvhUo after Ilulclier also went to bed ;
for a long time I sat up alone, and then
went to my room and opened my Testament
..... iu.ui a cnapier; men 1 blew out tho
ight nnd lay down, but I could not sleep ;
m evil spirit came over me, and my soul
ras filled with dark thoughts ! thn
tion was terrible; I could not resist; I got
up and stole carefully out of doors to where
kiicw mere was a hatchet; taking tills
capon In my hand I crawled linfl- In hit.
room and lighted a lamp: Ilulclier was
asleep; I set tho lamp on the floor; my
conscience fought with all its might not to
do the net, hut the evil spirit was stronger;
I took up tho hatchet and struct.- lti.l,.i.;
on tho head with tho hammer part; ho
made little noise ; I then struck him twice
with tho blade, ho struggled a little and then
died; I10 bled a good deal ; I took the body
out alone past tho b.irn to tl.o tn,, ,...,ii
and then covered it up willi a few blankets
and some other ftulf; I left the bodv thorn
11 next day; the next nlrrbt -i,n.. r.n...
and mother were in bed, I went to work and
dug a hole and put tho body into it, and
prayed for tho man's soulj'l felt better
then ; I cleaned up the blood in the house
and on the sofa; father thought in tho
morning that tho scissors grinder had stolen
the blanket with which I covered up tho
uuivu uuii.iiu uiu leiiuu , i-iui.iukiv imckrt. I
in my trunk; on Sunday night, three nights
afterwards, I went up the road on foot near
Uoxsackic, ami there lett part ot ilulclier s
machine, and nailed a letter to the tele
graph polo; I burned his clothes and
After making this ttatement, Joseph
Waltz led the olliccrs In a point in the plum
orchard, about three hundred feet in tho
rear of the house, where the body was found
buried 111 n shallow grave. Ilie remains
were rolled up In a blanket and were much
discolored. Three large wounds were In the
forehead. The watch and money were
found in the wall of tho barn, near the
house, where Waltz said he had secreted
an iNrnnvir.vv- wirii Tin: .mukiikkuii.
A correspondent of tho Albany lixnrem
interviewed Waltz, and held the following
Interesting conversation with him :
1 took a good look at him a tall, mus
cular looking man with rather lung hair,
nnd light beard and whUkers, eyes very
bright, but not sharp or intellectual, teeth
white and even, ot light complexion aim
slow, uneven speech. Joseph Walt looked
more thu simpleton than tho knave, al
though he may be nnd perhaps is tho latter.
" ell, iloscnli, bow do you leel tins nt-
ternoon?" I ventured.
A'erv well. Just wait a ininulu ple.ise.
and ho then stepped one tide, brought Ids
stool tn the door, and seating himself upon
it continued: "I am all right. How is
everything with you?"
nils is rallicr a bad ll: you navo got
into. AVhat possessed you to commit this
I uon t know that myself; some evil
spirit I suppose."
win you near ilulclier any 111 win ; were
you angry wnn mm, aim uui ne ev er vox
or nnnov you 1
"Xo, never ; wo were friends. I havo
been to his house iu Albany anil ho always
treated me well. Al v story is a long one
and I am willing to confess all 111Y mis
deeds ; but it would tako a long time to tell
'AVcll, never mind ; tell mo If you wi.-li
I tun patient."
"Where did von come lrom, dm you
"1 rcsuio m Ainany : 1 am 110111 um -vr
banv Kceninn Ernnta."
Well, then, 1 win ten you, out near me
through, please, licloro you go nwny. 1 ou
must know 1 am verv fond of reading, so
somo time ago, one daik night, I entered a
bchool house and stole all the books I could
get hold of. I took them home ami read
them, getting much pleasure from them
but I was nlvvays uin'oinfoiinble, know in;
-,, ,.'. '.' , ,,. , ,., 1
mm im uuu r-.w
me, aim men later 1 tiurgt.iru.eu nnoiiiei
srlmol house and took tho books from theie
and hid them, and when 1 wanted them lo
read, took them out. until i out uiesc
things I never had committed any serious
olTcnse, but endeavored, lo lead 11 uinsllan
life, but once begun I continued, und not
1 iiuuxr.i) a school housk,
but It was by accident. It was Iu the
village of Leeds, over theie by thu moiin-
tains, and 1 nnu gone 111 one nigiii
tn (.teal books, when lighting mv candlo
and putting it between two sticks It fell nnd
set tlio school nouse on uiu nun oiuiieu 11
down. Then enmo the scissors grinder to
tho house and I killed him. Here Nlntz
went Into minulo detail, giving tho cir
cumstances of tho murder just as I have
narrated It above, after this ho continued 1
I took the body out that night, covered It
up, nnd arranging things in tlio room eald
nothing, but my father thinking that tho
scissors grinder had stolen our best blanket
went ufter the police to get him nrrested.
AAVH, tho next night, when father and
mother had gone to bed I crept out, and
going to tlio wall I picked up tlio body nnd
carrying it out Into tho Held I dug a ditc li
and buried It ; when that was done 1 fell
on my knees by the side of the grave and
prayed for an hour and a half that Uod
would havo mercy on tho soul of the man
I had murdured. I prayed for myself, nnd
then saying another prayer, in the naino of
tho Father, Bon nnd Holy Ghost, 1 nroso
I hid, burned or hurled nil the trappings
of the. man, hut there were n few I iouTd
Hot (IcStl'OV. so fine lllirlil T t.nt tl t..
, , - . ...ft..v ,.(. .IIU11I 111 11
'"I" iRJ bag nnd started nwny with them.
I walked up near to Coxsackle, nnd then,
nfrnid I vyouldn't get back by morning If I
lirwcccdcd further, I took that letter I wrote
cm iso Tin: tclf-oiupii wires
put It on them, nnd throwing tho things In
tho lug down, went home. I did this, you
know, lo avert suspicion from me.
t .1 a ',Ill,V01t co t commit the deed
In the first place, Joiqih f"
"I don't knmv. fl win 1 ..!-!.
,l.. . . " "i" otiiuu u 11 niiiril
that prompted me t ,0 it. 1 ui,i ,mt it
for nmney. nnd Mine then I have not slept
i ,.!!;, 11 l".lV0 Mfcix'd all klmls of toi
llili'S lint I last i,veii n 1.. 11..
nml roncliKled to make a clean Iiieast ot it,
mat 'An." "",t 1 urXtm tor m
bat made you lead the people all
lout the farm this morning, Bad of
U ng them direct lo tl.o grave r
"Iterative I knew Hint. 7 .1. .
i.n:i. and I wanted 1, ii; 1" " mK(
tho old farm Hint 1 Jove." ' u
"Do you know, JoVcpil, llmUaine people
say von are insano ?" ' - -
"Well I am not ; 1 have my full s,cmcs
the same as any one."
"Do you think you renliire Ihe cnormily
of your crime ?" J
it "f ,','." Yc:1' ."'"J I'PI'ose I will die for
it ; but I mn not nfr.iid to die liernuso mv
bavlour has forgiven me."
!!)) Il'st'llll I "'ink that's all,"
"Pel haps it is. If you are going, gorid
y.iv l,t, -"'" 1 i," w-ihI me your paper?"
"Acs If you wish It; good by."
I he inquest was held this afternoon, and
!'.Mj'1i1'r,1(,1i,uVl,a,l,,1,B, Vrhowr had com
milled the deed. T in hhikuI. n .
bm'ho Lin1 i,J?,y no,"i,,s ;,f thL-
now mils, mii.ciir.i: iii:ai:i -1111; rewh.
The wife of tl IC Vf'lfH'tri It, ........ .1
from Albanv. this ' A3 u "."
thnt hei; huVhand might tm'n i,; safe and
' J)1'1?- n-VIle ,v"'s "'Citing on Hie ferry
boat she heard n man say: "Tho scissors
grinder was iouiid this morning murdered,
Willi his head a sninl.,,,i ,... r
lugs can bo imagined. '
C.aicst Sims Items.
Ilrooklyn has mi epidemic of suicide.
Stokes's ease will be heard on tho Gfiib
Another revolution has broken out at
Snow fell in the Vmil, r i',.t 1 ..
I'he new Siianlsh mlnlstrv tavim n..
Iho Ilussians now talk nf .im,k,.
several Asiatic countries. ' "
Frank JIcDulTce of Knst Alfnn v ti
hung himself on .Alonday with an ox chain!
A. new railroad route is being survcvril
across tlio Andes througli the pass of San
Discussions nro irolnir Oil nc il It'l.nllim.
Hie narrow or broad gauge is most suited
to make a double railway line between
Santiago and A'nlparaso.
The Itcvenue Marine Onnimtl,m 1,0 t
ectcd a largo number of sites for life sav
ng stations on the southern coast.
I he Postmaster Hennrnl lino ,..l,...l
supply of olllcinl postal Etamjis to be issued
to postmasters next week. 1 ii nw.n ...!
cties of stamps will he supplied to tho e'xe
From 1800 to 1872 there were 1092 ves
sels dispatched from Macao to Peru with
80,2o 1 coolies. Of these y,227 perished
from shipwrecks, and live per cent from
sickness and suicide.
The Peruvian Congiess has ngico to au
thorize a guaranty ot live per cent oil a cap
ital 01 a liait minion soles lor 111c construc
tion of a submarine telegraph bctwenn l'ay
ty and Panama.
Currency, 6 1,073.070 ; special deposits
of legal tendcis for the lodcmption of cer
tificates of deposit, 28,055,000 ; coin,
9 1 7, 1011,7 iJ, including coin ccrtlttcates,
620,80 1,800; legal tenders outstanding,
The race between liutlcr and McEnery
on Charles river yesterday, for tho Xcw
l-.nglanil amateur rowing cliamiiloiisiiip,
wnsca.dly won by the former in 24.40, ns
Iho hitter's scat was broken soon after the
At Leon, in tho liepubllc of Xlearauga,
on the 20th of April, the Hon. A. U. Dick
inson, .Minister llcsiiTcnt ot the United
States to Xlcaragua from 1801 to 1808, died
in his 73d year. Mr. Dickinson had been
long Identified wllh the politics of cw
York, and was many years n member In
both branches of the Legislature. Since
his letlreinent from the diplomatic service
he has been engaged in sugar-planting near
i;.mixiscenci:s orAxoovrr. Lux. Com
mons was surely a good naino tor it, lor
nothing could bo more common than both
the outside and inside ot thu building where
it was kept. Every vestigo of the low,
two-storied brown house has gono now, but
there it stood, juit back of 'the chapel, year
after year, the only homo of scores of young
men studying for tho ministry. I have no
doubt it was as well, indeed, far better kept,
than many similar eating-houses, but it had
tills peculiarity : tho cheap, poor food it
otl'ercd, missed the pleasant words that aro
ns honey-eoinb, sweet to tho soul, and
health to tho bones, and In their placo had
disquisitions on Edwards and Emmons, on
eternal punishment, and redemption by free
grace. Think of thu clatter of knives and
forks, upon tough meat and soggy vegeta
bles, to tho accompaniment of these nnd
kindred themes, nnd wonder no longer at
tho old itono work-shop. Thcro was a
story told, but mind you it was only a ftory
no physician or nurse will swear to its
truth about a young man, who during ono
of the dietetic spasms to which Iho commons
was subject, when 111c.1t was excluded and
inol.issca substituted In its place, had occa
sion for blood-letting, and no skill of tho
ilnntni. f.nilbl ilr:lW friltll Ills VcillS A11V tllltl LT
but the sweet syrup. The long tables, the
blue nnd white dishes, tho capacious water
pitchers, the dingy tumblers, tlio dingy table-cloths,
the plies uf dark bread, and white
bread, and crackers, tho mush, and buck
wheat, und poor vegetables, nnd poorjoints,
havo passed nwny; and so havo most of
thoio who ato them. Hut there remain tho
memory of tho nualntness nnd chill of tho
old dining-room, the sun straggling in
through the littlo cracked window-panes,
tlio shadows niado upon tlio low walls, by
tlio swaying boughs and glancing leaves of
tliejncar elm trees, and through tho hush
which tho years havo dropped upon it,
comes tolling hi tho warning notes of tho
soft chapel bell. Mrs. 1'rvf. llobbins in
Tlt. CAHLIVS- AVATEIt PROOF
1IAHNKSSES, CAI1I1IAOE TOPS,
HOOTS, SIIOKM, ETC.
Kits harnesses perfectly and prevents crack
ing. Does not fry out or gum tho biirface.
Softens and preserves tho leather. Excludes
thu water. Excellent for liools, bhoos, Ac.
8lrOlvcs universal Mtlsractlon. Manufac
myiodiwtt N, P. MAHC1I, .Mlddlcbury, Vt.
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