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VOL. t....NO. 22.
RUTLAND, VT., MONDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1873.-
PMCE TintBK CENTS.
O. T. C It O 8 S,
Manufacturer ot ami Dealer In
l'lNISIMNO l.lTMIll'.ll, SHINGLES. I.ATII,
CLAPBOARDS, AND Sl'IIUCH LUMBER,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, MOULD
INGS, BRACKETS, WIN
Scroll S.wvliiff of nil kinds, I'lantng, Mntchlng
nml Glazing ilono lo order. Vnnl anil Mill Cor.
ner of rnlcm mid Furnace Streets, near Freight
Depot, IEUlianu, n. -uuyiuawaiu.
cjhow cases, corner, clock
1) ami Manila Shelves marto to order, with
I'laln or Moulded edges. llltAt'KF.TS saned In
different styles nt DEARBORN H
TEW MOULDINGS l'OR PICTURE
training, Chromos, Lithographs, nnd
Engrn lngs at
Mt'RTAIN CORNICES OF BLACK
VV Walnut, or all (lilt, luado to order. Cur.
tain Rings, Tassels and Cords. DEARBORN'S
Dearborn is agent for GARD
NER'S l'crfornted ChalrSent, for renovat
ing over i au-i lag or iiusu uoiiom cnnirs.
Please lo call and sec them.
(Irovo Block RUTLAND, Vt.
1) It O K E H ,
it nno.ui sTitimr, .v:ir voi:k.
Stocks, OoeniinoiilsnndOold bought and sold
Cfflntcrest allowed on deposits. maylMtf
II. M O It 13 11 O U S 13,
Opposite central House - - LJTLAND, Vt.
P A 1 N '1' S SIGNS
RUTLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Manufacturers nnd wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SI3AT CHAIHS, BED
STEADS AND CHAIlt STOCK.
Corner of West and Forest Sts,
I.. Atwooo, Agt. 0. C. ltL-uni.ES, Trcas.
J W. ICING,
Manufacturer and wholesale and retail dealer In
SASH, DOOltS, BLINDS,
MOULDINGS, I1I!ACK!3TS. AND 1I0US13 l'UR
OF KVKUV IlBSCltimON'.
l'L'UNACE STllKCT, RUTLAND, 'T.
Orders liy mall or otherwise, promptly attend
ed to. myldtf
.1. J. GUINDON,
1! L A C K S M I T II .
Particular attention paid to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted. Shop on
WEST ST., NEAlt OUVCi'. MAUIIM! WOllliS,
mayldlm HUT J. AND, VT.
HOUSi:, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
(iU.UNINd ANIl DEC0KAT1NU, IN AU. STYLES.
Knlsoinlnlng and Hard Wood Finishing, (Hazing
and Glass Staining.
Marlelt's New Ilulldlng, Center Street,
Itutlaud, Vt. maylillm
LINCOLN IRON WORKS.
Mai hlo Mill nnd Hoisting Machinery of tho
most Improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings nnd general ma
Steel and Iron Wire Itopo nt .Manufacturer's
Itutland, Vt., May 1, 1S73. mnyldtf
A. II. II AW LEY,
COXTHACTOIl AXH PKACTICAL NLATKlt,
Ho Is prepared to do all work promptly and
well. Orders can ho left at J. 13. (ilynn's store
on Merchants' ltow, or at tho Bardwcll House.
Jleereneea Itockwood Ilarrctt, Itutland; L. M.
Mason, President of First National Hank, De
troit, Michigan; Hon. J. M. Marvin, Saratoga
Motets and ginitifl itoomji.
jg A It DWELL HOUSE.
V R AUTOS & SALS II V It Y
Tho TtARDWELL HOUSE Is located opposlto
the Depot nnd lias long been favorably known
to the traveling public. It has been recently
Improved, now arrordlng tho best and most
ample accommodation to guests.'
The TABLE will be supplied with all tho
luxuries of tlio Season, nnd every attention will
bo paid to tho comfort of Its patrons.
In tho future, as In tho past, tho Proprietors
Intend to maku It a llrst-class Houso affording
nil tho comforts of a homo to tho traveler. Tho
public patronage Is solicited.
A (5001) J.IV13KY In connection with tho
Attentive POltTEItS will bo found at tho
Depot, on the arrival of nil trains.
J. V. Cuamton, J, A. StLsnunv.
F A R 31 E US' HOT E L ,
KllKIBUT Stiieet, - - RUTLAND, VT.
A FIRST CLASS
31 E A T 31 A It K E T
IN HOTEL lllMMHNG.
mayld3rn .1. 13. JOHNSON, Puoi'iuktou.
J. V. STINSON'S
DINING II A L I, ,
(iulnn's lilock, Opiioslto tho Depot,
RUTLAND, - - - VEItMONT.
Warm Meals served at all hours of tho day
nnd evening, inayldlw
J . W . 1' I S II E II H
N E W DINING It O O 31 H ,
Central Houso lilock, Merchants How,
Warm Meals served nt all hours of tho day
nnd ovenlng. mnyidam
NEW D I N I N G II A L L ,
In rooms formerly occupied by J. W. Fisher;
KINOSLEY & HPRAGUE'H I1I.0CK,
WARM MKAL8 HEliVKD AT A I.I. IKftthS,
M1EAS, fromfiO cents to 1.75; nlso fresh
I (iround COFFEE, nt
II. W. MAHSIIAM.'S
mnyldiwly Corner of drove and West Sts.
Wholesale dealer In
CAMI'OItNIA WINKS AND I1I1ANDV.
IMI'OltlKH AND WIlOIXSAt.K DEALER
CHINA AND JAPAN TI3AH.
The attention of Town Agents, Physicians
nnd Druggists Is especially called to our wines,
as they nre unsurpassed for medical purposes,
coming from one of tlio oldest vineyards In
California. All goods guaranteed pure and sat
Isfactory, or to ho returned at my expense.
C011NF.K FHEIdllT AND KVI3I.YN, STS.,
(Landon Iluntoon's Mock,)
Itutland, vt. myltt
AN I) ON & II UNTO ON,
Wholesale nnd ltetnll Dealers In
IHON, STEEL, NAILS, Ac, &c, &c.
A general Assortment of
II E L T I N fl, lACIN 0, io.
TIMOTHY, CLOVEIt, AND ALL
NOVA SCOTIA PLASTEH,
LODI MANUl'ACTUHINO CO.'S l'OUDHETTE.
A FPU, LINK (IF
0 II E A P F O It CASH
UAltltETT'S OLD S T O H E.
"riMIE BEST SIIIItTS I EVEIt HAD."
X This Is what they say ot
J3. N. MEItItIAM'8 1'KIU'KCTFITTINO SHIItTS.
riMIE PIANO SELECTED FOIt USE
inJ11 1110 C0lnlnir Vestlvnl Is tho IUX'KKlt
IHIOS. E. N. MBIIKIAM sells them.
E K K S & 1J A It IJ E It
AT NO. 1, 0PI3I1A 1I0USI3 I1L0CK,
Keep n full assortment of tiio following
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
FItENCII CHINA WAHE,
TAlit.E 0LAS3 WAHE,
SII.VEll PLATED WAHE,
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
TASSELS AND COItDS,
UMPS AND LANTEItS,
Wholesale and ltclall,
LAMP CHIMNEYS and IlfllNEHS,
Wholesale and Hetall.
MATTItASSES and LOUNOES, nnd
mayldlt DONE TO OHDEH.
HURNHAJI & TEMPLE.
We nre Acrcnts for the follow lnr first class
Fire Insurance Companies.
linpeilal, " 8,noo,ono
nome, i. l
ltoyal " 10,000,(100
Hartford " s,2),ouo
Insurance of No. America, Phlla. " a.jso.ooo
Franklin " 3,400,otK)
Phcnlx, N. Y " 2,000,000
I'liauilx, Hartford " 1,000,000
sprlnglleld " :,(kjo,ooo
National, Hartford " soo.ono
These aro tho best known ot all the companies
represented In Itutland, nnd slnco wu have
represented them they have ,if,t worn money to
the citizens of Itutland and vicinity than alt
other comjianieH combined.
This record nroves their stability nnd their
willingness to pay all proper claims.
We confidently exnect n continuance of the
liberal patronngo which these companies have
Wo also represent tlio Travelers Llfo and Ac
cident Insurance Company. We give a better
nnd cheaper lwllcy than any other Llfo com
pany. Call and see.
BUItNIIAM & TEMPLE.
Ofllce, Opera House, Itutland, Vt.
HAItHY W. NYE'S
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY,
No. 4, Merchants' Row, Hctland, Vt.
(1I3NEHAL AOT -ETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Fire lnsuranco In First Class Companies.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, TOILET
ARTICLES, FANCY OOODS, LADIES'
BASKETS, ARTISTS' MATERIAL,
PAINTS, OIL, PAINTERS'
RUSH, WINDOW (1LASS,
l'UTTY, Ac, Ac.
And the best goods In my lino tho market
affords are my sieclaltlcs. Prices reasonable,
In consideration of quality.
W-PRESCHIPTIONS carefully and correctly
NO. S MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND,
Invites tho ladles to call and examine a splen
did assortment of
NEW OOODS JUST RECEIVED.
ItinilONS, l.ACF. VEILS AND I1AI1IIKH,
Thread and (lulpuro Lnces, Swiss Ties, Zephyr
and Worsted Embroideries, Hamburg
Edgings, I'nssamenterles, Hair
Switches nnd Curls,
(1 loves, Corsets,
And a full lino of
LADIES' AND INFANTS' UNDERWEAR,
And many novelties too numerous to mention.
OAL, COAL, COAL.
Wo aro now receiving direct from mines tho
Delaware Hudson Canal Company's Coal by
rail, and 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 ot a superior quality.
Thankful for tho liberal pntronago received tho
past year, w6 ask a contlnuanco ot tho samo.
We nro not allowed to glvo tlmo on purchases
of coal after this date. All orders must bo ac
companied by cash. Thoso having unsettled
accounts nro requested to call and settle tho
samo at once, onico and yard at A. F. Davis'
Building, opposlto Freight Depot.
mldtf PUTNAM & CUllTIS.
yHB. J. 1). 1IALLANOE,
SWITCHES, CUltW, FltlZZEfl, HATS, AND
F INK HAIR J E W E L R Y .
LADIES' COM1I1NQS STRAIGHTENED,
iwcash paid for good hair.
Rooms 01 or II. W. Marshall's (iroccry Store,
drove street, Rutland. uiayiowmv
A T E S 1 HOUSE CORNER
Hn 0 Just opened the largest stock of
C L O T II I N G
Ever brought to Vermont. Cast off your old
clothes nnu miy one 01 our
.S7T..S7 M'lltXO SUITH.
Wo have them for all prices, and will sell wiy.
tiling in our lino
TWENTY PER CENT. CHEAPER
Than any oilier store In the State. Don't go to
n store where their stock has been handled
over, jenrnftcrycar. come where everything Is
FRESH AND NI3W-NOTHINO OLD.
A glance nt our stock of
G'ENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Will convince you Hint tho Hates' House Comer
Store Is the only place where the stock ot these
goods nre complete.
LABir.lt AXI) HK.VWT TllAVKUSa 1SAC.H
of every description.
HATS AND CAPS
Aro a leading nrtlclo with us, and this ac
counts fur our
r every sij 10 ami price, uyoil wish nil) mine
In our line, call and get our nrlces: tliev will
MASON .t JERKOWSKI,
43 Merchants' Row, under the Hates' Rouse,
S v H
I X G O P E 2s I N 0
OPERA CI.OTI1INO, HOOT AND SHOE
E 31 P O It I U 31 ,
Merchants' Row, ... Rutland, Vt.
WATKINS it CADY
Have Just recelied from New York nnd Boston
Markets one of the nnest lines of clothing ever
exhibited by nnv Merchant this sldo or Mendon
or New York, consisting of
MENS' BOYS' AND YOUTHS' SUITINfiS
Of eicry descrlptlon.niannfactiiied from
FINE ENGLISH CLOTHS,
Down lo a Cheap Cherry Valley.
HOYS ULOT11TXG A Rl'EUlAKTY.
,Ff UNISIIINO noons DEI'AUTMENT complete.
Our Hoot and Shoe dennrtment consists of all
the latest noveltloH of the season.';
S P E C I A L T I E S .
Five hundred nnd twenty-live trunks, very
low, having been bought before the rise in gold.
Two hundred and live nalrs Womens' side
Lace Hoots, 18 thread, at $2. Sles from t)4 to 1.
0110 hundred nnd three pairs Womens' Boots,
button, 10 thread, at tl.cn.
Two hundred pairs .Mens' Rubber Boots, all
kinds, at fa.oo.
In every department. Trouble to commence at
7 a. in. and continue until 1) p. in.
F. W. Watkins,
W.y. P. Cadv.
RANTER NATIONAL RANK',
II. IlENllV IlAXTEll,
II. F. IATIIIIOI'.
I. W. ClIAMTON,
N. T. Sl'llAOUE, JH.
W. C. Dl'NTOS,
W, C. LANDON.
J. N. HAXTEIl,
T. W. 1 AKK,
GEO. E. ItOVCE,
GEOlldE It. BOTTVU,
Mado and remitted for at Lowest Urates.
1NTE11EST ALLOWED ON TIME DEl'OSITS.
A general Banking and Kxchaneo business
H. Henkv HAXTEii, Prest. J. N. Baxteii, V. Piest.
GEORGE It. ISOTTL'M, CaSlllOr.
IIS H I 1
riM.ME TESTS THE MERITS OF ALL
O. . THINGS.
1810 For Over Thirty Years. 1873.
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN-KILLER
Has been tested In every variety of climate, nnd
by almost every nation known to Americans.
It Is the constant companion and Inestimable
friend ot tho missionary and tho traveler, on
tho sea or land, and no 0110 should travel on our
lakes or rivers, without It.
Slnco tlio paln-KUler was first Introduced,
and met with such extensive sale,' many Lint
menus, Reliefs, Panaceas, and other Remedies,
havo been offered to tho public, but not 0110 ot
them has attained tho truly envlablo standing
of the l'aln-Klller.
WHY IS THIS SO?
It Is because Davis' l'aln-Klller Is what it
claims to be, a Reliever of l'aln. Its merits aro
If you nro suffering from Internal pain, twen
ty to thirty drops In 11 llttlo water will ulinost
Instantly euro )ou. There Is nothing to equal
It for Colic, Cramps, Spasms, Heart-burn, Diar
rhea, Djsentery, Flux, Wind In the Bowels,
Sour stomach, Dyspepsia, sick Headache, etc.
In sections of tho country where
FEVER AND AGUE
'revalls, there. Is no remedy held In greater es
eem. Persons traveling bhould keen It by
1111.-111. J 1U.T M1U, 111 mill'!. ,0111 J1U111II OH.IW-
ness or bowel troubles from change of water.
i roin ioreigu countries 1110 cans for rain
Killer aro ureat. It Is found to euro Cholera
when all other remedies fall.
When used oxternnlly, as u liniment, nothing
gives quicker ease In burns, cuts, bruises,
sprains, stings Irom insects, and scalds. It
removes the tire, and tlio wound heals like ordi
nary sores. Those suffering with Rheumatism,
Gout or Neuralgia, if not n positive cure, they
llnd tho l'aln-Klller gives them relief when no
other remedy will.
u gives instant runei irom ucning iceiii.
JtVUiy iiuumjinvjui nuuuiu iwrji it lit ituiiii,
and apply It on the first attack of uny pain. It
will glvo satisfactory relief, and save hours of
Dp not iniio wiui yourselves uy testing un
tried remedies. Ho sure you call rornnd tret tho
genuine Pnln-Klller, as many worthless nos
trums nro attempted to bo sold on the great
repuiaiiou 01 lius vuiuuuiu uieuitiite.
BJ7 Jlireciions uci'uniiiuuy eueu uuiuo,
Prlco us cents, to cents, nnd f 1 per bolllo.
rWatclKi$ ami ynvctnt.
WATCHES CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE,
MARSHALL A CADY'S.
Who havo Just received n largo nnd elegant
mock, open uuses wiiu nni glasses, in ooin
Swiss nnd American, key and stein winders,
NEW ASSORTMENT OK CHAINS,
GOLD SETS, RINGS, PINS, SC.
Solid silver and Ml er Plated Ware.
A lino line of Black Jewelry In horn and Jet.
t.iiu ut uiu inn hiiiiiu oi ciarK nros. & -Marshall,
corner Merchants' How and West street.
iunyld2m MARSHALL & CADY.
xV stock of
SON HAVE A NICE
WATCHES AND CHAINS,
JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SPECTACLES,
GUNS, CARTRIDGES, RASORS,
FOLIIl SII.VEll AND SILVER l'LATED WARE,
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY
Repaired In a workmalillke manner, nnd en.
gruilni; executed neatly.
Our customers will ilnd us over C. A. Park
hurst's store, up one night of stnlrs, w hero our
rents como cheap, and wo can glvo our patrons
t ho benellt or It In our low prices.
can anil see us at your earliest convenience.
ADAMS AND SON,
Nil. 3l)j MERCHANTS' ROW, UP STAIRS,
RAILEY & PAR3I ENTERS
S I L V E It S 31 I T II S .
We have the lnrirest nnd best. n&Krtt llnent. nf
Watiijss ever ortered tu this market.
GOLD Oil A INS.
Ill larco Sllllnlv. emlirjlclnir everv vjirletv nf
stylo desirable tor I.aillcV or ilentleinens' w ear.
.1 E W E L R V ,
In ilch abundance, and moi o coming.
SILVER l'LATED AND SfEEl, FOR TABLE USE.
Our stock Is Luge, nnd we sell at low prices.
S I L V E R GOODS.
sti.VEi: spoons or oni: own m a n i t f a err p i i k .
ROGERS' BROTHERS PLATED FORKS
Tea Sets, Castors, Ac., all tho best.
H P 13 C T A' C L H S
To lit thoso w ho cannot see well.
new thlnsr without frames.
Call and seo for yourselves at
BAILEY AND PARM ENTERS',
IT Merchants' now.
7 A L L I N G F 0 It D
A. HILL A- HON
Will open on Monday, May nth, the new
"'II 11.11 niuii-, Hlll-lU Mill UU lll.SIKll I'll UU
elegant stock ot Pattern Ilnt-s, Ribbons, Flow
ers, Frames, Hats. Ac. New York Goods at
HfiiK ll.nli. .. .. II, 1. ..I..-. 1
Walllngford prices. Also .Mens' nnd Hoys' Hats
Having enlarged and improved our
Wo shall onen on tho samo ilnr. nur snrlm?
MENS'. EOVS' AND CHILDREN'S' SUITS.
Can CtVO ll pond business hull, fm tin. nnd wn
havo ii good lino of liner good. Elegant Coats
and vests nnd Nobby 1'aiits.sWo have remod
And can now offer n full stock of Ladles'.MIsscs'
nnu uuiiureirs miocs, nuooers nnu nup
pers; nlso, Men's and Hoys'
Boots nnd shoes.
Wo lint o a now lot of
CROC K E It Y
To open; nlso In stock, Glassware, Hardware.
iiniss rceu nun riour. wu can give inu oest
GROCERIES AND FAMILY 8UITLIES,
Como and get 8 lbs. ot t ho best w hi tesuirnr for
1, nnd good Japan Tea for OT cents. (N. II Wo
hat o some not us good for u cents.1 Hut w e
cannot glvo you u list ot our goods or prices, so
you must cull on us and see fur yoursei es.
A. HILL & SON,
W A L L I N G F O It D .
J. PRICIIARD, PnorniETOIi.
CHARCOAL PIG IRON,
PITTS FORD, VT. mayldDm
LIVER 3IARHLE AND GRANITI
J WORKS OF
A3IERICAN AND FOREIGN 3IARI1LE
TABLETS, FONTS, AC,
To order In nny part of the Untted States with
out risk to the purchaser.
A., work executed by this Establishment Is
dono In tho most Tiionouou and artistic
So largo a proportion of our work Is now going
Into tho City Cemeteries In successful competl
Hon with tlio best city manufactures Hint our
products aro as famous and conspicuous for their
excellence, In Greenwood Cemetery of New-
York, Rural Cemetery of Philadelphia, nnd
many of the Western Cities, as throughout Ver
mont. And we present the fact of our constant
ly Increasing business, Justified by the uniform
excellence of our work during tho past five
years, as tho surest guaranty purchasers can
have of our faithfulness In the future.
"JUTLAND 31ARBLE C03IPANY,
WHOI.F.3AI.K DEAI.E1IS IN
BLOCK & S A AVE I) 31 A It RLE.
ytUItltlES AND MILLS,
J. Is". BAXTER, Supt. WEST RUTLAND, Vt.
All the grades of Itutland Marble. In tho
shnpo of slabs of various thicknesses renulred
for Furniture, Mantel, and Decorative Work, as
well as cemetery uses: also cub e Stock for
Monumental nnd Ilulldlng purposes, Including
Bases. Strlns. and Posts, mav bo found on our
yard at all times.
Our extensive arrangements for tho nroduc-
tlon of Marble. In the why- of Ouarrvlmr Mn.
chlnery, and Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
of saws, place us In position to supply tho
wants of tho Trade. Wholesale and Retail
Dealers, Builders, Furniture-Men, nnd gen
eral Manufacturers will llnd It to their Interest
to favor us with their orders.
RUTLAND MARBLE CO.
UiUind'ii ami anry 6ooil$.
jg A It ROWS & 31 ITCH ELL,
(Successors to French & Bariioh s.)
PROSPECTUS FOR 1873.
As we havo worn no disguises In the past,o
come with no promise ot a new sensation. We
shall offer you no cunningly devised fables to
tickle your fancy, nor take a fresh departure In
unbeaten paths to relievo tho monotony of
t ruth-telllng. For nearly Fifteen Years wo havo
held to the samo principles, and we llnd them
all unworn by the lapso of time.
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
All orders-entrusted to our cai o will bo
I'llOSHVLr AXlt CAllKFtJlJjYriLI.HI).
HARROWS & -MITCHELL,
NO. 81 MERCHANTS' ROW.
Q. n K E It TURNER
sua a it itEFwrxa company.
TO WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Offer for Rule nil tho various rrrmles of Itellneil
Sugar of superior Quality at tho Lowest Market
iTices. a superior quality oi wniie sugar lor
luuiccuuuers use, aisu,
WHITE COFFEE A,
Coffee extra c,
And llm lower grades ot
J' K T, L 0 II' S U O A 11 .
Onlern tn hp. addressed to our ofltco in New
York, TO Wall Street, Cor, Pearl.
Parties ordering 10 barrels can havo them as-
Terms Thirty days, or Cash tn T days, less
f per cent, discount.
E. 0. BAXTER,
gootjs ami canons.
$5,000 W0UTH op
11 O 0 T B AND S II 0 E S
All new, for Summer wear. To be sold In
Citizens of Rutland county,
YOU CAN SAVE FIVE DOLLARS!
In shoeing your wholo family nt the Boot and
W J.llljAl 1UI11,
NO. C, LANDON'S BLOCK,
Merchants' Row, one of tho best Boot and Shoo
amies in jiuiiauu,
CAM. AND SF.C FOP. YOURSELVES.
mayMdtwtt o. W. CURRIER
ROOT AND SHOE STORE,
Center Street. - RUTLAND, VT.
' I havo the finest stock of Ready Mado
BOOTS AND SHOES
For Gents' nnd l ouths' In the State. Orders In
the best styles of workmnnsiiln. wnii mn.in i,.
nnest imported Leathers. Onlyilrst-classwork-
r ii v"t, J Ju wurKiinuer ine supen Islon
... ... . MKIfUt llt'.
Ladles Work to order. In the rhtittn ..n. intri
gant mode of spring Fnshlous. Finest stock In
mi mi luiiea.
Inayid2m B. VALLIQUETTE.
gTEA3I STONE CUTTER C03IPANY,
Solo proprietors and manufacturers of the
STONE CHANNELING OR QUARRYING MA
For cuttln? stone Into various jj7ns nml ,n-
IN ALL KINDS OF QUARRIES.
OFFICE AND SHOPS,
I ItUTLAND, VERMONT.
JOHN W. CHAMTON, Pros't.
GEORGE E. HOYCE, Treat.
CHARLES CI.AHK. senV
(1EO. J. WARHWELL. S"upt.
SCRAP IRON AND STEEL, OLD
Marble Saws nml Cnrrenev Lil-im In
change for Nails at tlio
RUTLAND NAIL WORKS.
West ot Lincoln Iron Works.
niOLESALE FRUIT DEPOT.
The Subscriber has made arrangements to
eeelve all kinds of
IV tho car-load direct from ilrst hands In 'ph-
ork and Boston, nnd Is prepared to nil orders
from Dealers In Rutland and from on tin- lines
in itanroaus centering
here, nt tho Lowest
ORANGES AND LEMONS
Repacked and Warranted as represented.
I am also nrenared lo nnv the hk'i.psi n-iO,
price for Potatoes to ship to Market.
13. P. HITCHCOCK,
Opposite the Depot, - - - - .
E V I G . ICIXfiSI, E Y ,
RUTLAND, STATE AGENT FOR
KXOKLHIOlt LAWX MOWERS.
Wo challenge for a test trial any other Lawn
Mawerln tho world.
THE GRAND SILVER MEDAL
Was awarded the Excelsiors at the New Eng
land Fnlr In 1S71 nnd 1ST2; the Vermont stato
Fair at St. Johnsbury In 1ST, and tho Fhist
Premiums ut sixteen State Fairs last season.
We can refer to moro than forty customers who
havo bought nnd used the Excelsiors with per
No. 0, Excelsior, 11 Inch cut, fm. For small
grass plots and borders.
No. 1. Excelsior, 14 Inch cut, f25. For general
No. , Excelsior, IS Inch cut, f3fl.
lawns, when smooth.
' LANDSCAPE " 3IOWERS.
Similar to tlio No l,f 20.
" STAR " 3IOWERS.
Similar to tho Philadelphia and "Roso" Mow
ers. No roller. Sldo-n heel, 14 Inch cut, flit.
DO YOU WANT A FINK LAWN? USE A
L A W N 31 0 W E R
Early In tho spring and ofleu,
fif-Now Is tho tlmo to buy Lawn .Mowers nt
L. G. KINGSLEY'S.
A discount to tho trade. inn) ld4w
JJ- O T F O It 8 A L E ,
TILL JAXUAlir 1. 18T4.
Most pooplo ndverttso to tell tho publlowhat
they have to sell. We nro compelled to reu'rso
tho rule, to answer all further Inquiries, and
say that no
EXTltA KAltLY VEItMONT POTATOES
Are now tor salo by myself or son. Thoso who
want them tor this season's cultivation must
apply to 11. K. Bliss ii sons, No. 23, Park Place,
Now York. Price, f l.uo per pound, f3.w for four
pounds. Sent tree, by mall.
Rutland, May 6, 18TS.
DAILY STAGE BETWEEN RUT
LAND AND 8TOCKI1RIDGE.
Arrive at Rutland 12 invieava Rutland lsoo p.m.,
starting from tho Burdwcll House.
If-Cofiicctlons at Btockbrldgo with stages
for Rochester and Bethel.
niyS2d3m J. K. WIIITCOMB, l'rop'r.
3 "UK HORN & JIAGNOLIA FLOUR
li very choice, for salo at
mayldi-wty It. W, MARSIIALL'8'9.
$hc jfttttnmt gaily 5tok.
.MONDAY MORNING, 3IAY 2oTT87:i.
Fatal Accident. Tlio Jlontpcllcr Free,
man says : Mr. Emerson who lived a short
distance from tlio Depot village, Nortliflcld,
between there nnd Harlow bridge, met witli
n fatal accident on Saturday afternoon. A
steer belonging to him got upon tlio rail
road track, and Sir. Emerson went to drive
liim olT. While upon the track lio made n
misstep, nnd fell some sixteen feet down the
embankment. A woman who saw him fall,
went to him nnd heard him opeak once or
twice. A doctor was immediately sent for,
but Mr. Emerson died about the tlmo of his
Bears nro prowling around the hills In
Granville nnd Hancock. Sheep owners
stand In fear of their depredations, as they
nre very bold, and some think their flocks
have already sulTered from them.
ShcrilT Crofut has oflered a reward of
Sl" for tlio capture of Lucas, Covey and
Ilarrctt, who would havo been tried at the
June term for robbery, murder and rape;
but inasmuch ns the former reward for Lu
cus's apprehension In early winter is yet
unpaid, nobody seems inclined " to go for
them," Crofut even declines to repair tile
Col. Frank Walker, foreman of Fair
banks' foundry, St. Johnsbury, has been in
the company's service for twenty-five
William Wnrdon, of llarnet, recently
found tlio horn of an elk (3Iooso deer,)
more than two feet in length, embedded six
Inches under marl, over which were nine
fectot muck. The ends of the branches
have been broken oft", but the horn is quite
sound. Under the muck were found coals,
showing that fires have b.'en built there,
with signs that tho location may havo once
been occupied by Indians, nnd tradition as
serts that they had encampments near this
iV bear weighing 110 pounds was recently
killed in Victory.
Tho new passenger depot nt Island Pond
Is to bo five hundred feet long nnd sixty
Tho West Concord Jlill Company, whoso
woolen factory was burned a few months
ago, has gone into bankruptcy.
h. !. Johnson, who has been in tlio cm-
ploy of tlio customs department nt Island
I ond for some time past, lias been appoint
ed mail agent between that place and Port
land, C'riiiiklin Count)-.
A grangoof tho "Patrons of Husbandry "
called the " Tyler Branch " was recently
organized at West Knosburg.
Charles Larocquo while at work in the
tub factory of Smith, Wellman & Co., of
-Montgomery, accidcntly fell upon the but
ting saw which cut tlio left leg about two
thirds oft", the artery and ono bono of the
leg being severed.
Tho Messrs. Scott have remodelled and
refurnished the Franklin House and cottage
five in number at Ilighgato Springs,
nnu wilt throw the samo open to the public
on the 1st of June. Tlio 3tcssrs, Scott
l'.uvo n high reputation as caterers of the
pleasure seeking public. Tho mineral
springs at Iligbgate aro famous, the duck
ing and boating aro superior.
I'ruuil Islo Couiii)-,
Good cows arc selling at Alburgh for
There seems to bo considerable dissatis
faction witli Mr. David Nutt. U. S. Con.
sular Agent, at CLircnccville, P. Q , sn,i
several residents of Grand Islo County are
aspirants for tho ofllce.
rthur Wheeler, a young man nbout 2."i
years old, who has been suffering for some
time with a fever sore, was found dead In
lis bed at Alburgh Springs last Monday
Samuel Lodge, St. Thomas, P. Q lias a
calf willt six legs. Tho two extra legs are
about one-half as long as the other four and
iag down from one side of its neck, only
one of which has a perfect hoof. Tho calf
is white excepting tho two extra legs, which
At a recent " old folks" danco atMorris-
vllle, tho best player of tho orchestra was
Dwight JIarsh, 80 years old, and he played
upon a fiddle two hundred and fifty-two
A little son of Willard Halcli of North
Hyde Park, while at play with his little sis
ter got a sharp nxo and completely severed
all tho toes of one of her feet.
Jloses McFnrlahd, of IVatcrville, has
now the original record book kept by Zach-
ary Taylor during tho Seminole war. He
has nlso n sword taken by himself from n
rebel officer in n skirmish, in which his com
pany of only 33 men, wero engaged alono,
against sixty rebels, and took US of them
Ontn-jo t'oiuil) ,
The Vermont Copper Mining Co., nt Ver-
shire, nre building up qulto n village at that
place. Their monthly payroll is fromJSlf!,
000 to 17,000.
Thero Is an epidemic among tlio sheep,
nearly every largo flock having lost from
ten to twenty-flve npd thirty.
H. N. Mooro of North Orange, lost a
flock of valunblo sheep, seventeen in num
ber, by dogs.
Dr. C. L. French, of Glover, has n cow
that gives by actual weight forty-three and
one-half pounds of milk.
John W. Currier, of North Troy, has
nearly completed ono of tho finest private
residences to bo found In tho State. Tills
country pnlaco Is said to cost over $10,000,
and Is situated a short dlstanco out of tho
. Will-Ilium t'niilit)-
Jolm B. Miller, of Brattlehoro, ciimo
near being gored to death by his two year
A child of Mr. and Mrs. Woodard of Ha
lifax, two years old, win found May 1st
drowned, in tho canal connected with the.