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RUTLAND, VT., FIKDAY MORNING-, MAY 23, 1873.
VOL. 1....N0. 20.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
o. t. cross,
Manufacturer of nnd Dealer in
FINISHING l.lTMIIKIt, SHINGLES, LATH,
clai'Hoahds, ANKwrnuui; i.u.n iit.u,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, MOFLD-
INOS, BRACKETS. WIN
DOW frames &
Scroll Saw ing of nil kinds, rinnlng, Matching
nml Hln7lntf done to order. Yard mid Mill cor
ner or union ana i urnnce Mrecis-, near r rcigiu
Hopot, Itutlntia, vt. .tinyiuswam.
CJHOW CASKS, CORNER, CLOCK
I J nnd Mantle Sliclves mado lo order, with
I'laln or Moulded edges. BRACKETS sawed In
unit-rein, stoics iu jr.ivi,,vji,.-, .t
EW JIOULDINGS FOlt PICTURE
Framing, Chronios, Lithographs, aim
CUitTAIN CORNICES OF BLACK
Walnut, or nil Gilt, mndo to order, Cur-
tnln lllnm, Tnuunla nlwl fnrrl 1)11 A 11 Will VM
DEARBORN IS AGENT FOR GARD
NEK'S Perforated ChalrScat, lor renovnt
Ins over Cod-Flag or Hush bottom chatrs.
Please to call and sec them.
move mock IIUTLAND, Vt.
H I! O K E K ,
it linoMi sTiw.r.T, xv.w yokk.
Stocks, aovcnimcnts and Gold bought and sold
17T Interest allowed on deposits, may 12dtf
o. H. m o n e H o u h n,
1 Opposite Central House - - IIUTLAND, Vt.
A 1 N T S SIGNS
RUTLAND MANUFACTURING COMl'ANY,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SKAT CHAIRS, BED
STEADS AND CHAIR STOCK.
Coi ner or West and Forest Sts,
L. Atwooh, Agt. O. C. IIi'CdLES, Treas.
J W. KING,
Manufacturer nnd wholesalo and retail dealer In
SASH, DOOI1S, BLINDS,
MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, AND HOUSE FUH
OP EVERY DESCISIITION.
FrilNACE STllEKT, RUTLAND, VT.
oniers by mail or otherwise, promptly attend
ed to. myldtr
J. J. GUINDON,
15 L ACKBJII T II .
Particular attention pald'to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted. Shop on
WF.3T ST., NEAH 0I.1VEU MAltHI.E W01IKS,
mayldsm IIUTLAND, VT.
HOUSi:, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
(illAININO AND DECOllATINII, IN Al l. 8TVI.KS.
JCal30inInlng and Hard Wood Finishing, Olalng
and (Mass Staining.
MarteH'sNew Uulldlng, Center Street,
Itutland, Vt. innyldlni
LINCOLN IHON -VOHKS.
Marulo Mill and Hoisting Machinery of tho
most improved construction. Derricks nnd
pumping machinery, castings and general ma
Steel and Iron Wire Kopo at Manufacturer's
Itutland, Vt., May 1, 1ST3. mayldtf
A. II . HAWLEY,
COXTUACTOIi AXD J'JIACTICAL MiAJTA,
Do Is prepared to do all work promptly and
well. Orders can bo left at .1. E. lllynn's store
on Merchants' liow, or at tho llardwell House.
litferenm Itockwood Barrett, Itutland: L. M.
Mason, President of First National Hank, De
troit, Michigan; Hon. J. M. Marvin, Saratoga
hotels ami Silting jftoomsi.
C It A M T ON A; SAL S 11 U It Y
Tho BAIiDWELL HOUSE is located oi
the Dcnot and has lone been favorably Known
to tlio trateUng public. It has been recently
Improved, now affording tlin best and most
mnplo accommodation to guests.
The TABLE will bu supplied with all tho
luxuries of tho Season, nnd every attention will
bo paid to tho comfort of Its patrons.
In tho future, as In tho past, the Proprietors
Intend to mako It n llrst-clnss House affording
Jill tlio comforts of a homo to tho traveler, Tho
public patronage Is solicited.
A (iOOD LIVERY In connection with tho
Attentlvo POIITKHS will bo found at tho
Depot, on tho arrival of all trains.
.1. W. CltAMTON, .1, A. SAI.S1ICHV.
F A It 31 E It S II O T E L ,
I'liEiauT Stiiuet, - - RUTI.AND, VT.
A FIUST CLASS
31 E A T 31 A It K E T
IN' HOTEL nmiJiixa.
mayldsm J, i:. JOHNSON, Puoi'iiiktok.
.1. F. STINSON'S
DINING HA L L ,
(Julnn's Block, Opposlto llic Depot,
Warm Meals served at nil hours of the day
and evening. mayldlw
.1. W. FISH Elt'S
N E W DINING It O O 31 8 ,
Cent ml Houso Block, Merchants' Itow,
Warm Meals served nt nil hours of tho day
umi uti-uuiu. . maj IUJIH
N E W DINING II A L L ,
In rooms formerly occupied by .1, W. Fisher,
KINGSLEY A: SlitAOllE'H BLOCK,
RUTLAND, - '- ... VEIIMONT.
WA1I1I .MKAM MIUVED AT AM, HOURS.
OPRING STYLES OF FRENCH KID
Hhoi'S, MJofC, at
O. W. CUltlllUICS.
S. J- L001'
Wholesale dealer In
CAL1FOIINIA WINES AND BRANDY.
HirOKTKll AND WHOt.E3At.K 1IEU.KR
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
Tlio attention of Town Agents, Physicians
and Druggists Is especially called to our wines,
as they aro unsurpassed for medical purposes,
coming from ono of the oldest vineyards in
California. All goods guaranteed puro nnd sat
Istactory, or to bo returned nt my expense.
COHNEIt FREIGHT AND EVELYN, STS.,
(Landon & lluntoon's Block,)
Itutland, Vt. myltf
( A N D O N & HUNT O O N,
Wholesalo and ltetnll Dealers in
IKON, STEEL, NAILS, &r., &o., Ac.
A general Assortment of
11 K L T I N n, L A C I N G, Ac.
TIMOTHY, CLOVEH, AND ALL
NOVA SCOTIA PLASTEIl,
LODI MANUFACTURING CO.'S I'OUDllfmE.
A I'UU, MNB OF
0 II K A I' V OH 0 A H H
HAItltETT'S OLD S T O It E.
"riMIE llEflTSIHUTS I EVKIl HAD."
X Tills Is what thoy say of
K. N. MKRIIIAM'S PERFECT FITTING SHIRTS.
milK PIANO SELECTED FOR USE
J. nt tho coming Festival Is tho DECKER
lHtOS. K. N. MKItlllAM uells them.
7" E E K S & 1 A It H E It
AT NO. 1, OPERA HOUSE BLOCK,
Keep a full assortment of tho following
HOUSE FUltNISHING GOODS.
FRENCH CHINA WARE,
TABLE GLASS WA11E?
SILVER PLATED WARE,
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
TASSELS AND CORDS,
LAMPS AND LANTERS,
Wholesale and Retail,
LAMP CHIMNEYS nnd BURNERS,
Wholesalo nnd Retail.
MATTRASSES and LOUNGES, and
mayldtf DONE TO ORDER.
BUItNIIAJl & TEMPLE.
Wc aro Agents for tho following Hist class
Fire Insurance companies.
Aetna Assets, !,ooo,ooo
Home, n'. Y "
.-Insurance. of No. America, Plilla. "
rnenix, . .7.7; r.
PIkoiiIx, Hartford .V:: -"-
National, llarlford, "
Theso are tho best known of all tho companies
represented in Rutland, nnd since we liau
represented them they have iHtitl more vwueg o
tlio citizens of Rutland and Melulty than nil
filter coinjHtnleH combined.
This record Droves their stability and their
willingness to pay all proper claims.
Wo confidently exnect a cnntlnuanco of the
liberal patronage which these companies havu
Wo also represent the Travelers Llfo and Ac
cident Insurnnco Company. Wo git n abetter
and cheaper policy than any other Life com
pany. Call and see.
BURNIIAM & TEMPLE.
Office, Opera Bouse, Rutland, Vt.
HARRY W. NYE'S
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY, '
No. 4, Merchants' Itow, Rutland, Vt.
GENERAL AGT ETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Flro Insurance In First Class Companies.
J C. LEWIS,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, TOILET
ARTICLES, FANCY GOODS, LADIES'
BASKETS, ARTISTS' MATERIAL,
PAINTS, OIL, PAINTERS'
RUSH, WINDOW GLASS,
PUTTY, Ac, AC.
And tho best goods In my lino tho market
affords urd my specialties. Prices reasonable,
In consideration of quality.
tlfPIiESOrm'TinKH enreflllU- nml mnvrilv
NO. 2 MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND.
Invites tho ladles to call and examine a splen
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED.
imiliONS, MCE VEII AND 11A1S11KS,
Thread and Gulpuro Laces, Swiss Ties, Zephyr
and Worsted Embroideries, Hamburg
Edgings, Passamenterles, Hair
Switches and Curls,
And a full lino of
INDIES' AND INFANTS' UNDERWEAR,
And many novelties too numerous lo mention.
OAL, COAL, COAL.
Wo aro now receiving direct from mines tho
Delaware & Hudson Canal Company's Coal by
rail, anil nro prepared to furnish It In largo or
small quantities. Wo also Intend to keep a
largo supply of Lehigh and Cumberland Coal
constantly on hand, and of n superior quality.
Thankful for tho liberal patronage received tho
past year, wo ask a continuance of tho same.
Wo aro not allowed to glvo time on purchases
of coal after this date All orders must bo ac
companied by cash. Thoso hating unsettled
accounts aro requested to call nndscttlotho
saino nt onco. Ofllco and yard at A. F. Davis'
Building, opposlto Freight Depot.
mldtf PUTNAM it CURTIS.
WANTKD-SIX GOOD PAINTERS.
To good men, bteady employment and
good wages will bo given. Apply to J. N. ltotv
urd, No. 6, Orovo Block, Itutland, Vt.
EW ARMY RItOQANS, $1,713, nt
I7 F. RIDLON, noxt door to Berwick
-f , Hotel, Center street, has opened a new
and choice lino of FANCY GOODS, which ho Is
prepared to oiler at his usual low price?,
A T E 8 1 HOUSE CORNER
MASON tc JERKOWSKI
Havo Just opened the largest stocl: of
Ever brought to Vermont. Cast off.your old
clothes and buy ono of our
STYLISH M'JirXO SUITS,
Wo have them for all prices, and will sell finy-
TWENTY PER CENT. CHEAPER
Than nny other store In tho State. Don't go to
a storo where their stock has been handled
over, ycaraftcryear. come tvhero everything is
FltESH AND NEW NOTHING OLD.
A glanco nt our stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Will convince you Hint tho Bates' llouso Corner
Storo Is tlio only placo tt here the stock of theso
goods nro complete.
LAMIM AXJ) OUSTS1 TllAVVUSa HAGS
of every description.
HATS AND CAPS
Arc n leading nrtlclo with us, and this ac
counts for our
Of every stj lo nnd price. If you wish nnj thing
In our line, call and uet our niieesi thev will
convince vou tvhero to buy.
MASON A- JERKOWSKI.
43 Merchants' ltotv, under tlio Bates' House,
P It ISO O P E NINO
OPERA CLOTHING, BOOT AND SHOE
E 3t P O It I U 31 ,
Mkhciiants' ltotv, ... Rutland, Vt.
WATKINS & CADY
Havo Just received rrom New York and Boston
Markets ono of tho llnest lines of clothing ct er
exhibited by any Merchant tills side of Mendon
or New York, consisting of
MENS' BOYS' AND YOUTHS' SUITINGS
Of every dcseilptloti.iiianufactuivd from
FINE ENGLISH CLOTHS,
Down lo a Cheup Cherry Valley.
IKUUMSUINO OOODS DKl'AKI MKNT COMI'I.KTi:.
Our Boot and Shoo department consists of all
the latest not cities of tho season.';
S P E O I A L T I E S .
l.'lrn Inmilrnil nnil 1 i-otiti'.IH'rt Ivinit-ei i-rrv
low, hating been bought beoro the liso In gold.
tho nunuren aim nto pairs tt omens' mho
Laeo Boots, IS thread, at $2. Sles from ty, to I.
Ono hundred nnd tlireo nalrs Womens' Boots.
button, 10 thread, ntfl.rA.
two numireu pairs -Mens' ituuoer noots, ail
kinds, nt J3.C0.
In every department. Troublo to conimenco nt
T n. m. nnd continue until 9 p. in.
F, W. Watkins, Wm. P. Cauy.
RANTER NATIONAL RANK,
H. Henky Baxtek,
II, F. LoTimor,
J. N. Baxtek.
.1. W. Ckamton,
N. T. Sl'llAUUE, Jit.
tt'. C. IIUNION,
W. C. LtNDON.
T. W. PA11K,
Geo. K. Rovce,
Geokoe R. Boitum,
JIado nnd remitted for at Lowest Urates.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEl'OSITS.
A irencral Banklncr and Exchaniru business
II. HENKV BAXTEK, ITeSt. J. N. 11AXTEK, V. PlCSt.
GEonuE It. Bottum. Cashier.
i l q h i h h
rpi.ME TESTS THE 3IERITS OF ALL
1810 For Over Thirty Years. 1873.
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN-KILLER
Has been tbsted In every variety of climate, and
by almost every nation known to Americans.
It Is tho constant companion and Inestimable
friend of tlio missionary and tho trateler. on
tho sea or land, and no one should travel on our
lakes or rivers, without It.
Slnco tho Paln-Kllier was Ilrst Introduced,
and met with mich extensive sale, many Lini
ments, Reliefs, Panaceas, and other Remedies,
ua,u ui-eu uucrcu u 1110 imum, uut uoi one OI
them has attained tho truly enviable, staiullmr
of tho l'aln-Klllcr.
WHY IS THIS SO?
It Is becauso Davis' Paln-Klller Is what if
claims to bo, a Reliever of l'aln. Its merits nro
If you aro suffering from Internal pain, twen
ty to thirty drops In a llttlo water will almost
insiaiiiiy euro jou. 'uiero is uotning 10 equal
It for Colic, Cramps, Spasms, Heart-burn, Dlar
rheu, Dysentery, Flux. Wind In tho Bowels,
Sour stomach, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, etc.
In bocllons of tho country tthero
FEVEIt AND AGUE
Prevails, thero Is no remedy held In greater es
teem. Persons traveling should keep It by
them, A few drops. In water. t 111 prevent sick
ness or bowel troubles from change of water.
From foreign countries tlio calls for l'aln
Klllcr nro great. It Is found to euro Cholera
when all other remedies fall.
When used externally, as a liniment, nothing
gives quicker easo In bums, cuts, bruise,
sprains, stings Irom Insects, nnd bcnlds. It
removes tho lire, and tlio wound heals like ordi
nary sores. Thoso suffering with Rheumatism,
Gout or Neuralgia, If not n poslUvn cure, they
llnd tho l'aln-KUIergltea them relict when no
other remedy will.
It glvoB Instant relief from aching teeth.
Every housekeeper should keep It nt baud,
nnd apply It on the Ilrst attack of nny pain. It
will git o satisfactory relief, und sate hours of
Dp not trlllo with jourselves by testing uii
tried remedies. Bo suro you call lor and get thu
genuine Paln-Klller, as many worthless nos
trums nro attempted to bo sold on tlio gi eat
reputation of this valuable inedlclno.
fy-Dlrectlons accompany each boltlo.
Prlco 25 eeutp, nn cents, und II per bottle.
Watches and Jjcurctvy.
IOOD NEWS I
WATCIICS CIIEAPEIt THAN EVER BEFORE,
MARSHALL tt CADY'S.
Who havo Just received a lnrgu and elegant
mock, open cases wiin nat glasses, in noin
Swiss nnd American, key and stem winders.
NEW ASSORTMENT OF CHAINS,
GOLD SETS, RINGS, PINS, AC.
Solid Sllvir and Sliver Plated Waro
A line line of Black Jewelry In horn and Jet.
Call nt tho old stand of Clark Bros. ,t Marshall,
corner Merchants' Row and West street.
mnyldiiu MARSHALL .t CADY.
A HA3IS & SON HAVE A NICE
1. stock of
WATCHES AND CHAINS,
JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SPECTACLES,
GUNS, CARTRIDGES, RASORS,
r.OMD SILVER AND SILVER PLATED WAKE.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY
Repaired In a workmanlike manner, nml on.
grating executed neatly.
Our customers will llnd us over C. A. Park
hurst's store, up one night of stairs, where our
rents coino cheap, nnd wo can glvo our patrons
tint benefit of it in our low prices.
.in ami see us iii juur earnest convenience.
ADAMS AND SON,
NO. Si) MEKCII 1NTS' ROW, UP STAIK.S.
II A I L E Y it P A It 31 E N T E R S
SIM' E It S 31 I T II S .
We bate tho l.irirest and best assort laent of
Jtici"',s i-.ti'i'olii'iial In Ihls iiiaiket.
Iii large supply, embracing etery taiiety of
style dfsliablo lur Ladles' or Genllemeiis' near.
.1 E W E L It Y ,
Hi llch nbiindanei and moro coining.
SILVER PLATED AND K1EEI, FOR TABLE USE.
Our slock Is large, and we sell at low pi Ices.
S I L V E It G () O I) S .
bll.VKi: SPOONS OF Ol!i: OWN .M.tNUFAClill'.i:.
ROGERS' BROTHERS PLATED FORKS
Tea Sets, Castors, Ac., nil the best.
S P E C T A C L E S
To tit those who cannot sco well.
A new thing without frames. Very desirable.
Call and bee for ourselves at
BAILEY AND FARM ENTERS',
IT MERCHANTS' HOW,
A L LING F O R D
A . BILL A- SON
Will open on Monday, May 6th, tho new
Over their btore, tvhero will bo displayed nn
elegant stock of Pattern Hats, Rlbflons, Flow
ers. Frames, Hats, At. New York Goods at
Walllngford prices, Also Metis' and Bot h' Hats
and Caps. '
Hating enlarged and Improved our
Wo shall open on tho bamo day, our Spring
MENS', llOVS' AND CHILDREN'S' bliTS.
Can glvo n good business suit for f 10, and wo
havo a good lino of liner good. Elegant Coats
nnd Vests nnd Nobby Pants.sWo havo remod
And can now offer n full slock of Ladles'.Mhscs'
and Children's Shoes, Rubbers and Slip
pers; also, Men's and Bojs'
Hoots and Shoes.
Wo baton new lot of
CROCK E It Y
Toopenjnlso In Mock, Glassware, Hardware,
Grass Seed and Flour. Wo can glvo tho best
GROCERIES AND FAMILY SUPPLIES.
Como nnd gel 8 lbs. of tho best white Hugar for
II, and good Japan Tea for 07 cents. (N. B. Wo
havusomo not us good for M cents.) But wo
cannot glvo you a list of our goods or prices, so
you must call on us und boo fur jourscltes.
A. HILL H SON,
W A L h 1. N G F O It D .
P ITTSFO It I) FURNAOK,
J. PJllCHARD, PiiOPUlElOH.
CHARCOAL PIG IRON,
PITTS l'Oltl), VT, mayldJia
LIVER 3IARI1LE AND OKAN1TI
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN 3IAR11L1-
TABLETS, FONTS, AC,
To order In nny part of tho United States with
out risk to the purchaser.
All work executed by this Establishment Is
done In tho most tuorociiii and artistic
So large n 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-
York, Rural Cemetery of Philadelphia, and
many of tho Western Cities, as throughout Ver
mont. And we present the fact of our constant
ly Increasing business, Justliled by the unhoum
excellence of our work during tlio past nvo
3'ears, ns tho surest guaranty purchasers can
have of our faithfulness In the future.
JTUTLAND MARBLE COMPANY,
WHOI.KSAI.i: Illl.W.EP.S IN
BLOCK & SAWED 31 Alt RLE.
QttAltltlBrt AND .MILLS,
J. N. BAXTER, Slipt. WEST HUTI.AND, Vt.
All the crades of Rutland Marble. In Ihe
share of slabs of various thicknesses remilred
fur Furniture, Mantel, and Decorative Work, as
well ns cemetery Uses ; also cubic stock for
Monumental and Building purposes, Including
Bases. Strlns. and Posts, inuv bo found on our
yard at all times.
Our extensive arrangements fur the nroiluc-
tlon or Marble, In tho way of Oilarrylug Ma
chinery, and Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
of saws, place us In position to supply the
wants in me 'iraue. ttnoiesaio mm ileum
Dealers. Builders. l'urnlture-Meii. and gen
eral MoiiufitrlurrrHWlU lllul ILtO their IntCll'St
tii r,vt.i- uq twin ; iiieir orders. ,
1 1 UTLAN'I) JIAiuiLiTcoT"
-tUiUinmt and anry (tfoods;.-
A R R O W S it 31 I T C II E L L ,
(Successor to French A Btp.Kows.)
PROSPECTUS FOR 1871J.
As wo havo worn no disguises In tho past, o
come with no promise of n new sensation. Wo
shall offer you no cunningly detlsed fables to
tlcMu jour fancy, nor take a fresh departuio in
unbeaten paths to relievo tho monotony of
tiuth-telllng. For nearly Fifteen Years wo havo
held to tlio bamo principles, and we llnd them
all unworn by tho lapse of time.
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
All orders entrusted to our euro will be
rno.vi'Ti.Y AXD c.uir.Fui.LY rn.uw.
BARROWS tt MITCHELL,
NO. 'il MERCHANTS' ROW.
Q. R E E It T U R N E R
SUdAI! JtKFlffJW COMJ'AXr,
Til WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Offer for salo all tho various grades of Refined
Sugar of superior (Juallty at tho Low est Market
Prices. A superior quality of Whlto Sugar for
Confectioners use. Also,
WHITE COFFEE A,
COFFEE EXTRA O,
And tho lower grades Pf
r ; i, i, o w a u a a n .
Orders to l.o addressed to ourCofllco In New
York, 10 Wall Stroot, Cor. Pearl.
Parlies ordering to barrels can havo them as
sorted. Terws Thirty days, or Cash In T days, loss
H per cent, discount.
E. G. BAXTER,
(Groceries: ami provisions.
J it T. OA DEN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED FRUI1S, PICKLES, Ac,
AND FANCY GOODS.
Also, Dealers In
DRY GOODS, SHAWLS, DRESS GOODS,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, Ac, Ac.
An assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Constantly ou hand.
AGENTS FOR MAIL STEAMERS TO AND
fjy-DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT ON THE
BANKS OF ENGLAND, IRELAND, SCOTLAND
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN STS.
1 8 T, 7 . 1 8 7 15 .
O L D R E D S T O It E .
Gnnonnms axd rnovrsioxs,
CHEAP FGlt CASH.
majitf Merchants' Bow.
JOSEPH H. GUY,
S. 1IAYWARD .t CO.,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HAY AND WOOD.
Washington St., Rutland, Vt.
U L T O N 31 A It K E T,
DUNTON & IIAYWARD
All kinds rif Mi-nts ri'0i Vprrntntilei nml
Fi ults III their beasou.
Kliigsinyj: Sprague's lsioek,Mcrchants' Row.
O li O C E R ,
And douier In
P H O V I S I O N a ,
No. 03 West St., RUTLAND, VT.
niOLESALE FRUIT DEPOT.
The Subscriber has mado arrangements to
receive nil kinds of
by the ear-load direct from Ilrst hands In New
urknnd Boston, nnd Is prepared to 1111 orders
from Dealers in Rutland und from ou tho lines
nt Railroads centering here, at tho Lowoit
ORANGES AND LEMONS
Repacked and Warranted as represented.
I am also prepared to pay the highest cash
price for Potatoes to ship to Market.
E. P. HITCHCOCK,
Opposite tho Depot RUTLAND.
TEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
I hato tho finest stock of ltcady Made
B O O T S AND SHOES
For Gents' and Youths' in the state. Orders iu
tho best stjles of workmanship, well made. In
llnest Imported Leathers. Onlyllrst-clnsswork-inen
employed. All work under th" supervision
of G. Vnliquette.
Ladles' Work to order. In tho chaste and ele
gant mode of Spring Fashions. Finest stock In
mayliUm B. VALL1QUKTTE.
VT O T F O R S A L E ,
Till JASl'AllY 1. IST4.
Most people ailtertlso to tell the public, what
they luno to sell. Wo aro compelled to reverso
thu rule, to answer all further Inquiries, nnd
say that no
KXTltA UAUI.Y VHISMONT POTATOES
Aro now for sale by mjself or son. Thoso who
want them for tills season's cultivation must
apply to B. K. Bliss A Sons, No. K3, Park Place,
New York. Price, tl.ou per iiound, J3.W for four
pounds. Sent free by mall.
Rutland, May K, IsiS.
JR. CABLE'S WATER PROOF
OU. H LA OK IX a ,
HARNESSES, CARRIAGE TOPS,
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
Fits harnesses perfectly nnjl prevents crnck
lng. Does not fry out or gum tho surface,
Softens und preserves tho leather. Excludes
tho water. Excellent for boots, shoes, Ac.
WGIves universal satisfaction. Mnuufuo
niylodAtvtf N. a. MARCH, Mlddlcbiiry, Vt.
jyj-RS. J. U. HAL LANCE,
SWITCHES, t't'HW, lilim, ItAIV, AND
F 1 N E II A I R J E W E L It Y .
LADIES' COMBINGS STRAIGHTENED.
Circash paid for good hair.
Rooms out B. Vt'. Marshall's Grocery Store,
Grot o street, Rutland. majiowaw
T AIRES' WHITE KID SLIPPERS, nt
XJ O. W. CuuiilEH'a. No. 0, Merchants' Row.
gtutlnmt gaily OMobc.
FRIDAY 3IORNING, 3IAY 23, 1873.
From tlio New York Times.
'i'liu I.ttrliliiu ICuplds.'liic I, me .c-rldviitH'iii-liiiitito
llscapu of 'I'mir
Ists. Every tourist wlio lias visited Canada lias
shot tlio Lnclilno rapids anil pretended nflcr
tvnnl that lie greatly enjoyed it. In point
of fact, unless lie were totally devoid of
nerves, lio was wretchedly uncomfortable
until lio had safely readied smooth water.
That tlio trip is an exceedingly dangerous
ono is susceptible of easy demonstration.
Tho safety of tlio steamer shooting tlio ra
pids depends upon the skill of her pilot anil
the strength of her machinery. Tim
slightest accident, cither to the engine or
the steering apparatus, is certain to throw
tlio vessel upon tlio rocks, nn.l such a ca
tastrophe could not occur, except nt the en
trance or the end of tho rapids, without in
volving n terrible loss of life. It is true
that tho rapids have been hitherto safely
run, but this absence of accident has really
been little cUa than a wonderlully protract
oil run of luck. Tho tourist who watches
from the steamers deck tlio boiling and
whirling water knows perfectly well that the
chances of his nrriving in safety at tlio foot
of the rapids aro but little greater than thoso
of his sudden shipwreck. Men sufllciently
intelligent to know when they arc in danger
may betray no outward fear vt-hilo they urc
in the gra-p of tho Lachino rapids, but that
they nro as a rule, horribly frightened, may
safely bo assumed.
Last Jlonday the singular immunity from
accident which tlio Lachino trap lias hith
erto enjoyed was brought to nn end by tho
wreck of the steamer Le Iltnawl. A large
party of excursionists were on board, nml
the vessel hail just entered the rapid", when
the current, in spito of the ellorts of the pi
lot, threw her on the rocks. She nt onco
broke in two, the rushing water extinguish
ed the flre, and the cracked steam pipe let
loose clouds of scalding vapor. Fortunate
ly tho steamer was u short distanco above
the " pitch " of the rapids, and to tills eir
cuni'tance the safety of her passengers is
ascribed. As many ns the boats would hold
were embarked nnd carried to a small is
land, n short distanco down the stream, but
tho force of the current prevented the boats
from returning. Canoes, however, were
obtained from the main land, and the re
maining passengers were rescued. 7.? Jte
nmid was, of coursu a total wreck, and it is
even doubtful if any of her fragments will
remain to warn tho tourist of the coming
summer of the dangers of Lachine.
From which story a hasty moral mav be
drawn that no one should attempt to shoot
the rapids. This, I'ou over, would lio not
only hasty, but uiijusllfiable. To shoot tho
Lachine rapid", knowing tho danger, hut
coveting-the excitement of the hazardous
enterprise, may not be unbecoming a brave
man : but to incur so serious u risk for tho
mere pleasure of subsequent boasting, or to
lead helpless women and chi'ilren into a
peril which they ennnot properly estimate.
is either an act of vulger folly or selfish
cruel t v.
Confession of a Jliinlerer.
Thomas I!. Ilallohan, under sentence of
death for the muider of Mrs. Luinpley, in
Baltimore the 2d of January last, addressed
a letter to a member of the press who had
shown him some fat or, in which ho says :
" Jly sentence is just. I have broken the
laws of God nnd maTf, and 1 am trilling to
give up my life. I should like to have
Josh 1 NicIiulsnnV company on tltU plat
form." He then goes on to say that ho met
Nicholson, who told him that Jlrs. Lamplcy
had tlr.ee thousand dollars in the house,
and proposed the robbery, but said that the
Ad woman must bo killed, as she would re
cognlzu v.!, (Nicholson) At first ho re
fused, but on tin. j-v 0f the murder, learn
ing that tho old lady wouin anna n t10
evening, we determined to do the o.i
We entered the house without knocking
and found 3Irs. Lamplcy sitting in n rock
ing chair sewing. She treated us to cake
and wine nnd was putting up cake fur Nich
olson's children when he gave the sign, 1. I
choked her nnd he struck her in the stom
ach. Stao was then dead, and we carried
her into tho adjoining room. I remained
with the body while Josh went up stairs and
broke open a box. I went up stairs for a
minute and he handed mo soino silver. We
then left tho house, going to my stable, and
on reaching the stre.et Nicholson gave mo
all the money, which I kept until the Silt of
January nnd then divided it with him.
Tucker knew nothing about it, nnd received
none of tho money. I fear this 31icholson
may escape. If so there is no just law- in
the State of .Maryland. He states th.it liu
made a confession in order that it might bo
published, and that persons might know the
truth, lie wrote tlio confession witli his
own hand on six pages of foolscap. It was
written plainly, but with many errors of
spelling. Ilollohan is to be executed June
13th. Nicholson has not yet been sentenced,
his case having hojn taken to the Couit of
Appeals on a bill of exceptions.
Ileiitiil Art Aiming the. .lapaiitvo.
Dr. W. St. George Elliott, formerly of
this city, now at Yokohama, Japan, sends
to tho Dental Cosmos an interesting account
of Japanese habits in regard to teeth, and
of tho state of dentistry in that empire. Ho
says that tho teeth of tho daughters of Ja
pan are objects of envy, and it is remarka
ble that n nation who placo so much value
upon their teeth should keep up the custom
of blacking them nller marrige. As n raco
tho Jnpanesn Into not good teeth, and it is
rare to find nu old person with nny at all.
Their tooth-brushes consist of tough wood,
pounded nt ono end to loosen tho fibres.
They resemble paint-brushes, and owing to
their sliapo it is impossible to get one be
hind the teeth. As might be expected there
is an accumulation of tartar which frequent
ly draws thu teeth of old people. The
greatest accumulation is behind thu lower
orals, nnd theso nro frequently cemented
together by n dense, dark-brown deposit, n
quarter of an inch in thickness. Their pro
ces of manufacturing false teeth i very
crude. Tho plates aro mado of wood, and
the teeth consist of tacks driven up from
tlio under side. A pleco of wax is heated,
and pressed into tlio shapoof tho roof of the
mouth. It is then taken out and hardened
by putting it into cold water. Another
piece of heated wax is appllo.l to tho im
pression, and, after being pressed into
shape, is hardened. A pice of wood is
then roughly cut into the desired form, nnd
tho model, having been uncired with red
paint, is applied to it. Where they touch
each other a mark is left by the paint This
is cut away until they touch evenly nil
over. Shark's teeth, bits of ivory, or stone,
for teeth, nro set into the wood nnd retained
in position by being strung on a thread
which is secured nt each end by a peg driv
en into the bole tvhero tho thread makes it
exit from tho base. Iron or copper tacks
aro driven into tho ridge to servo for masti
eating purposes iho uniqual wear of tho
wood and metal keeping up tho desired
roughness Their full sets answer admira
bly for the nmstleatlon of food, but, as they
do notiniproio tho looks, they are worn
hut llttlo lor ornament. Tho ordinary ser
vlco of u set of teeth isnliout five years, but
they frequently last much longer. All full
upper sets aro retained by atmospheric
prcssiuo. This principle is coeval with tho
art. hi Japan, dentistry exists only ns a
mechanical trade, nnd the status of thoso
who practice it is not t cry high. It Is, in
fat t, graded with tho carpenters their
word luulyikftaii meaning toolt-citrvntfi:
1 PEAS, fiorn .10 rents lo ijil.Tflj nlfo fresh
1. Ground COFI EE, nt
II, W. MARSHALL'S
majldAwiy Coruerof (lro,eund Wcststs.