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TilE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, MONDAY MORNING, MAY 2G, 1873.
from tlio Boston Herald.
I'lioiiilirribN Arvii I'omtIc.n.
An Interview- Hctiicrn n Ht-porlcr
ami it Prominent 'J'ciiipcrnnce Itlnti
Q. It Is said Hint prdrtllnent iirolitbltlon
)it,s j-ave advised great caution In Iho t-n-Wcuiicnt
of llio law, fearing a reaction
ngalnt It'. Is tills so? A. Of course I
can't tell what others liavo lonc, but so far
lis I know tho sentiment of those who arc
really friends of the law Is that It should
lie thoroughly enforced. If the people
ilon't believe In It let It bo rcpoaled, mid
we'll go to woik to educate them up to It.
lint we believo a fair trial will be followed
by results which will make the people .Ik--lievu
Q. What do you call u fulrtilal? A. A
thorough enforcement of tho law for two
or tluro years. c cannot bo sureof that,
but If the powers that be so ordain wu can
have live months of It before tho next elec
tion. That will partially test It. The Ho
nor dealers profess lo believe. Hint If It
should be thoroughly enfoiced the people
would iepe.il U; but they are very sure to
do all they can to prevent Us cnfoiccmciit.
They ilave not allow It, for the diminution
of mine and provcily would be so marked
even within six months, that the people
would linlst on keeping It on the statute
Uiok. If the opponents of prohibition be
llee that the cnfoiecmcnt of tho law will
u-siill In Us ivnr.il let them use their itillil-
encu to induce the mayor and aldermen to
do their duty, anil slop thu sale ol liquor,
In that way the real sentiment of the pub.
lie can be iHtdtalllcil.
Q, Of (nurse the Rullcr movement will
complicate nutters considerably? A. Un
. O. Him do prohibitionists fed about
(len. Mutter's candidacy? A. ltathcr indif
ferent, so far as I know. Pci-soiinlly I
worked hard for ltutler two years ago, but
I hac eninciv lost iiiveniiiiisiasin tor mm.
(J. Hut If you suppoirud him two years
mj'i, wnv not now a. i mngs naiecnang
cil within two years. I'rolilbitlonists fa
voioilGon. lliiller's nomination simply as
a me ins ol olitamlng a change In tlio pal ly
m inagemenl. The Huston ling laid run
Hie pirty for ye.us in Hie Intel ests of nun,
mill we united Willi V.utlot because he was
lighting our enemy. If the Inthicncc of
the ling could lie liioken by lliitler we weie
w illing to tt-o him for that purpose.
(J. Docs not the same uiuon twist to-day
fur similar action? A. Hardly. Tho exo
ilu of Fr.ink liird and a few of hl-i fiufids
lat fall, broke up the iingr puitk'' aujl (lie
conlrol of Hie nartv came 'iuto. thto hands
of the pioliibitlonist's ttvuo fully than for
some years, i lie Ijisl nunc coiivenuon
commit!' d I lie parly H(uarely to prohibi
ting, ami 'the l.cgislatuie hiis fulfilled iiu
pledge biade 'by the party. Tito nonuna
Ijon of .Mr. Talbot for lieutenant governor
over" Mr. rUmlard also denionstraled that
the Morton ring had lost the control of tlie
Q. Then the prohibitionists don't need
lliiller's nsjltancq this year and will not
have him? . lean only speak for myself,
llipugli Ihuve talked witli many who were
Hutler men tw o years ago, and "I llnd them
cither indifferent or opposed to him.
(J. Hut ho would enforce the law, would
be not? A. Yes; I think so, but we need
more than that now. We have got the
beer law repealed, and one of the most im
portant tilings to be done now is to keep
the present law on the statute book. Gen.
Hutler was a good man to use to break up
(lie ring which prevented the re-enactnuiit
of the present law, but he is not the. man
lo unite the friends of pj-obibUio'.v for the
maintenance of the I,iw
Q. Isn't lie in favor f ttw law? A. I
doiv't know that ho ever said he. wa, He
said ho would enforce the law, but never
that he believed in It AVo want a man for
governor who wilt not only enforce the law
but throw the weight of tils influence In
favor of retaining it. Tho recent organiz
ation of tho ltutler club in ward Sin the
Interest of license, and tho talk among the
liquor dealers that Gen. Hutler Is tho man
to nnite upon In tho present contingency,
indicates either that they have mistaken
their man or that ho is not in favor of pro
hibition, lie can very easily settle the
matter by saying whether lie Is in favor of
prohibition or license. Thus far he has al
ways dodged that Issue by saying that he
would enforce whatever law was on tho
Q. AVhotlicn do prohibitionist (aoi;?
A. There is a very strong ABifow. in, favor
of Gov. WnshUuu'u (eiiwiuriation,''
ix VVjll M'AcccWA. tiin'i,' Inclined to
think lie Vonld if, convinced that he should
slitcl'lilj'liut ho would not want to ho beat
en hi n campaign for tho rcnoiiilnalion.
He is, however, tho only available man to
rnu against Hutler, and it is more than pos
dWb that the opponents of the latter may
lind themselves compelled early in the con
test to unite on him. If ho can bo reason
ably certain of success ho will probably
allow bis name to be used.
Q. And if so will ho receive tho support
of prohibitionists? A. Very largely. Ho
has not done all ho wished, and possibly
all ho might, but ho has used his influence
in favor of the rc-euactmcnt of the pro
hibitory law, and wo owe much of the suc
cess of our efforts in that direction to bis
strong words. Wo know where to find
him. A single word from him, assuring
his friends that ho would not withdraw
from the canvass, would gather a lur,, (,
friends around him, and it is a the
strong feeling in his favor n- iudfc-st
itself in such a way as to fi,an
.tmw.WfsUM'o mentioned, but none
of Uwiu wquUl' bo Mir of n largo follow
lus. l5k 'Ipiang in, "f course, a candidate
ill? while ho is undoubtedly in favor of
prohibition lie is not pronounced enough in
bis opinions. Ho wants to please every
body, and is not iiosUivo upon any points
whuvpoolllvtiicss is likely to offend. He
w imnulnr nmoii!! tenuieianco men, but
doesn't dare to say in unmistakable, terms
that he is in favor of prohibition. Hon
G. l' Hoar's namo would bo rm-ivt-d with
considerable, favor In easy Uov. Washburn
withdraws, and would ruecho the Mippoit
of manv leinnerauco men.
0. Who elso Is mentioned? A. Thcie
. . . r - ...1 ,....
lias lieen some kuk 01 a iuiiiiiiiiciii. imimou
biwiness man not heretofore idcntillcd with
tho prohibitory movement in any of its
forms. I am not at liberty at present to
mention his name and can only say that ho
Is very lioiiuliir here, and if he will commit
himself fully lo thu position of. tluo repub
lican party, as enunciated in tho Worcester
platform, last full, he will get a heavy vote,
but not otherwise, I have heard no other
n Von look for ulivelv cniiiiialiru. then
upon tills iucsllon? A. Undoubtedly; ami
il temperance men take hold of the work
ns they should they will bo successful. Tho
l lirisiinn aim icmperancu pcopie 01 uio le.
publican party have votes enough to con.
tiol it If they go to work.
R. CAllIiE'S WATER 1'ROOF
HAitNi:ssi:s, cAiuiiAou tops,
BOOTS, SHOES, KTC.
l'llsharnes-ies perfectly and prevents crack
In;;. Does not fry out or sum tho surface,
Kufliis and prcsencs tho leather. KxcludeH
t lu wilier. Excellent for boots, shot's, xc.
tf-fllves universal satisfaction. Manufac
tured by ,
myiodiwtf N, C, MAltt'll, Mlddlebilry, Vt.
( Ol'ARTNERSHII', Wo have nsso
j eliiu-d with us us partner with one-third
Interest, K. L. Cubit, formerly of Tlnmoutli, vi;
The itrni name will bo as over. 1
A. HILL & SON.
Walllngford, Vt May 1, 1873. myUvsw
EF. RIDI.ON, next door to ilerwiek
Hotel, Center street, has opened a new
unit cholco lino of FANCY GOODS, which ho Is
prepared to olTer at his usual low prices,
LIRERATION NOTIok-Notlco Is
hereby Klven, that I liavo this dayglveu
my son, Adololius llodro-v, his lime durliiL'tlio
remainder of his mtnorliy, and that I shall
claim none of his wages, or pay any debts of his
contracting after thlHdato,
Witness DAVID M IIODI10W.
N. I'. Simons. mark,
llutland, Jlay 16, 1813. iaay83w3w
lilANOS AND ORGANS TO RENT
X at ' E. N. MEIUtlAM'S.
Also rcpalrlut; and tuning-.
lovf0 and in Waw.
J)UNN & CRAMTON,
Manufacturers ot all Kinds ol
nnd dealers In
PLANISHED, HHITANNIA, JAPAN', (ILISS
AND WOODEN WARES
or every descrlpl Ion.
HltOOMS, llllirsiinst AND IIASKET.S,
anil a general assortment ot
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
s-h.-cI.iI facilities for Jobbing nil klnils ot
TIN AND GLASS WARE.
tifAll kliiiliof nAUTKit taken In exclinnKe tor
NO. H MKIIC1IANTH KOW.
Kiill.uid, VI., May I, HT3. luj ldlf
"J K JI O V A I, ,
S. l. Slali-y, or llin lalv Una ot Htaley k Up-iiliii-oll,
lias ri-ii'.oaO Ills lmslness from No. al
Cenli-r St., to Ni. 12 .Mcrelialits' liow, where he
luis roriao(l.(k V.-op:ir(ncrslilp with Messrs. Dunn
,1; l-ianurii. iinilt-r tho tlrm name of tLU. stuley
.Vfo. '5ewll)et)Ieasnl,tp seo all of hlsold
ciuitoiut-ns luiilns.ie.-uix.iicy ones n will favor
liln with 11' call.
0 . S T A h R Y & CO.,
No. It, Mkhciianis' ltow,
STOVKS AND HOT AIR VTRNACt..
Thu Stcn-arl. and N,vy American (.'ooklng
Stoies, for iHrfli wood, asd coal, constantly on
hand. Manufactmcof. a;id dealers In
COI'Pr.lln TJIN AjNlf.HlIKKI IIQN; VAUK.
V L U' 31 If 1 N G
Inall lii liraiiPhes. lutliTnhs, Water riosols,
lias and Water plnlinr, and l'llllnifsof
TIN ItOOFINO AND .lOIIIUN'd
Of all klods proinplly attended to. Nana tut
skllirnl and reliable workmen emplo-tt-U,
A 1.1. WOllK WMlll.lXTEtK.
llKMEMriKK, 2 DOOKS N0KTI1 Cf TIIK OFERV 1I0C8K,
(Svwdw ami grouisionis.
' & T. CA1)EN
Wholesale and Hetall Dealers In.
GROCKRIL'S AND PROVISIONS;
CANNED FIIUITS, PICKLES, ic.
Alio, Den'ore lu
Din (loons,. siiAwi-s, ' pitussf noons,
notitlKr,'JLO',i;Hl i;c., Ac.
OKNTST VURNISIIING GOODS
Constantly on hand.
AOKNVs VOK MAIL STKAMKRS TO ANO
VWUIIAVTS FOR ANV ASIOVNT ON TUB
ilANKH OP KNOLAND, IRELAND, SCOTLAND
COIINEK KJCK1HT AND EVELYN STS.
Ill J 1 dam
1 8 5 7 . 1 8 7 11 .
O I. D R K 1) S T O R K .
UKOaRMKK AN J) I'liOVISlONS,
CHEAP FOIt CASH.
maylir Mtitcn ants' Hank,
JOSEPH H. GUY,
H. IIAYWATtD CtX,
(I1IO0EIIIES, PItOVISIONS, HAY AND WOOD.
WASHINGTON ST., ItCTlAND, VT.
J1UI.TON il A 11 K K T,
DUNTON & IIAYWAIUI
All kinds ot Meats, II'lsli, Vefct-tables and
Fruits In their season.
KliiBsley & Sprairuo's Mock, Merchants' Jtow.
PETER F. MoMANUS,
And dealer In
No. 3 West St., Itl'TLAND, VT.
rilOMATO AND OABHAOE PLANTS
X FOU HALE.
Tho subscriber lias for salo at Ills garden In
the rear ot No. 40, Forest street,
8,000 Tomato Plants (4 different kinds.)
UAI.OOO cabbaga PluiU.
6,000 Cauimower Plants and soo Pepper Plants.
Tho plants aro now all ready for delivery, and
parties wishing them will please leave their or
ders without delay.
llutland, May ltli, 1873. mjKodsw
J? R A N t I 9 C O '
F I It i:
Ki-pifscnlln-; tlftecn of Iho Ircest mid
Slronscst Companies luthe United Klatcsaud
(IKNIJIIAI, A(1.FA(!V fill! VlIllMO.N'l
IA'COAflNG KIRK 1NSURANUK CO.
Ilavu Ismed policies for TIIinTY-TIIliEU
YEAUS, ni id paid over $1, 12I.SJ I.ik) for Ioss.es.
I. A 11(1 EST
MUTUAL FIRir INSURANCE CO.
IN THE WOULD.
INCOME LAST YEAR, !jl,09!,4(ia 0(!
Policies 011 tho
CASH Oil MUTUAL PLAN,
FOU lil'TI.ANll AND ADDISON COUNTII
FARMERS' MUTUAL TIRE 'INS. CO,
2 tipCoo.oon no
T1IE HEST COMPANY IN THE STATE FOIt
FA1IMEHH. . t
in 1. 1
IV Insures nothing but detached dwellings,
barns and contents.
By this ptan, FAIIMrcM)' only pay, for losses
on FA Hit 1'llOl'Kim: No liaairdous prop
erty Insured by this Company,
(Ctottiinfl & urnislUiifj m&$.
gPRING AND SUJIMER
IN AM. STYLES,
POP MEN AND HOYS' WTAH, T
CWKXTHA SIZES A Sl'ECIALTY.,ii
II ATM, CAPS, TIIUNKS AND VALISES.
Tho best slock of
Fine Wlilto and Fancy
S II 1 11 T S
JIAUK TO OllllKK.
A. O. OUNNINOHAM,
No. Center street, (opposite depot.)
PECK it JJEN.IAMIN'S
C! L O T RING S T O R K ,
W licit" jou can alwajs Itnil Iho largest and best
imoiimeni. 01 siynsu
READY MADE CLOTHING,
HATH A CAPS, OENTN' FUHNISIIINfl OOODS,
TllUNUS, SATCHELS, AC,
And savo -ii per cent, on every article you buy at
P E C U
II E N .1 A M I N S
i-oi-ri.Au sgiiAiii: ukai.ino
(11IEEN MOUNTAIN CI.OTIIINO MTOltE.
NO. 19, CKNTEll STIIKKT,
CENTRAL HOUSE CORNER
Tho Place to liny
For our CUSTOM DEI'AIiTMENT:wc?iavo
Wlilt-U we shall make up lo measure a
Call eaily and mako seleclloiis.
II. W, KINOHLEY,
Central House Corner, ... 11UTI.AND, VT
L L K N & I) 11 K AV
Are lust homo from New York ond lloston
with tho largest mid best selected siock of
HEADY MADE CLOTIIINO,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Ever shown In llutland.
Prices w 111 bo as low as tlio lowest. Theso
goods aro bought for CASHand will bo sold
OUST O M O L O T RING
A largo lino of CLOTHS to select from. A
CUTTEIt that cannot bo beat In Vermont
TRUNKS AND HAGS.
ALLEN ic DREW,
PAINK, IIOWUAN & CO.'S Oil) STAND,
27 Merchants' How,
gooltf, totfoncrjj, v-r.
l'AULl)ING iV CO.
Have a largo slock of Hooks consisting of
Ot different siox ondstjlcs,
Pocket lllblos and Testaments, largo and small.
Prayer Hooks, llimn Hooks, Devollonal
llooks, mid all tho inular books
of Iho day received as soon
.II'VKNII.E HOOKS AND TOY HOOKS,
(lames, lhukgammoii lloaidi.Chessaiul Checker
Plli:.S(!lt EXni.ISH and
Of the latest bljles, plain ami llnted.
IS1TIAI. STAMI'IN'fl liONH TO OI1IIK11.
Inks In lllack, Violet, IM110 andCaiiiilne.
Pens, Pen-holders, Penrlls, slates, Pocket llnoki
and Wallets, Ladles' I'oitc-moniiales, llrack
cts. Hall rockets, Towel Hacks, slipper
Cases, (Hacking Cases, Easle's Hook
Slides and Shelves, .Towel stands
and ISo.xcs lu Carved Wood,
Match safes, Wilting
Desks and Work
Materials for Wax Flow er.,(ilnssSliades, Vases,
Parian statuary, llronzo (Iroups
and Vases,Sleicnseopes and Vlcws,l'liotogr.iplis,
I.lthographi, Steel Eiigrailngs
In Volvet, Holly Wood, Ac. All klmlsot Pillule
Frumliig clone to order and lu the best st le.
n 1: w s D 1: p o t.
Dally and Weekly Papers supplied.
W'e Invito all wishing goods In our lino lo call
and examine our stock before purchasing,
SPAULD1NO & CO.,
No. 1. MmiciiANTS' How, HUTLAND, VT.
J O O K S AND S 'I' A T I 0 N E R Y,
PRINTING AND RINDING,
PAPER RAGS AND AVKAPPINO,
PAPER HANGINGS, Ac.
All persons In seareh of tho best place lo pro
em u uuy xn uiu uumu ariicies or w isn nny won;
performed lu connection with tho largest
ltr.ANIC ROOK MANUFACTURING
ESTABLISHMENT IN THE STATE,
Will llnd It to their advantage to call upon, or
TUTTLE A- CO.,
"Hook A Pen sign," 1 11 cenikk Stiiket,
1Iekai.ii lluii.niNO, I HUTLAND, VT.
Q.LOUE PAPER COMPANY
l'UUI.ISlIEHS PKINTEKS, STATIONEHS
iii.axi; hook MAXurAcririinus,
Having purchased the Wholesale Paper and
Stationery business ot II. A. Sawyer, mid tho
Printing business of J.is. K. Me Lean, Willi the
addition of a complete liook-lllndcry, they have
consolidated Iho wholo Into one business, and
moved tho same Into the new and commodious
"Olobo llulldlng," erected especially for the
uso of t lie Company.
Willi one of the lost complete Printing De
partments of any establishment In the State,
uiulcrthc supervision of oneot tho best practical
printers In tho country, they are prepared to do
all kinds ot plain and ornamental work In tho
most approved manner and on short nollce.
Our Jobbing Department will coinprlso full
lines of Willing Papers, ;botli folded andllal,
Envelopes, (Note, I-etter nnd oniclal,) lll.ink
llooks of every description, School llooks,
Slates, Pens, Pencils, Inks, Law lllauks, Cut.
lcry, Wrapping Papers of all kinds, Paper Hags,
Flour Sacks, Tnlnes and Cordage, W'oodon
Ware, Matches, Ilruslies, Hlacklng, Placing,
Ac, Ac. This Department will bo found well
btoekod and worthy the attention ot closo buy
ers. The Hlndcry will bo under tho charge of one
of the most thorough workmen to bo found In
tlio State, and all work will bo executed In the
best sljlo and Willi dispatch.
With men of long experience In charge, and
with extenslvo facilities for conducting their
business In lis several departments, they pre.
Bent ono ot tho most complete establishments
of tho kind lo bo round outside the elites, and
solicit tho pationago of tho Public, feeling con
fident that Ihey can lnsuro tho wants of all
upon tho most favorablo terms.
CII.011H PAPEH CO.
WAGS. AVu liavo now In stock an assoit
X mcnt of Dennlson's Patent Direction
Labels and Merchandise Tags, which wo will
sell at manufacturer's prices.
Wo havo also a good slock of " Phillip's Se
curity Hook-Tags," a v cry convenient and ser
viceable article for merchants. Among lis ad
vantages are: Goods can bo 111010 readily mark
cd than by any other means; tho tag Is so se
curely locked that It cannot become detached
from tho goods; no chance of tlio tag beconiln
detached from tho hook; no points projecting
to tear other goods or your lingers. They ore
saie, sirong ami cheap. Call nnd examine
them. (SLOPE PAPER CO.
Merchants iislni! printed wrannlnir will 1I0
well to consult us before ordering, nswiimaku
11.1 iuw iiKures as r,ew ioi'k or itosion nouses,
nnd glvo belter accommodations In assorting
lots, vvhllo a great saving can bo niado on
imgiu. ui.uui; i-ai'EK ci),
JJ R. DYER,
NO. 15 MERCHANTS' 110W
Iron and I-ad Pino. Pnrtnhln and tnt!nn:irv- En
glnes ; notary steam, Force and Cistern Pumps :
Leather and itubber lleltlng; Hubber Hosouml
Packing; Hubber Overcoats, (lloves and Mll-
u.-ua: rut-am una w uu-r uauges; wilier, Meam
uiiu iat$ r iiiuiKs, ami r ixiures, 1111 Kinus ; na
and Soapstono Packing; Cotton Waste, liuinl
era' (loods. ,
STEAM, WATEIt AND UAH FITTINO
Dono nt short nollce, and at prices adapted I
llutland. May 1, 1873. myhlAvv if
T OOK.-S. CLEMENS, NEAR THE
XJ Fair (iround, llutland, Vt Bells applo
trees of leading varieties at S5 cents each.
Strawberry Plants, Wilson's Seedlings, Jt.ooiK-r
100. Clinton Orapo Vines, as cents each. As-
Ui U I uuis, a t'UlH uiu, Jl.w lit-r liw, Also,
1111 assorlmentof (liccn Houso Plants, nt low
rates, (leranlums, double and single, plane
and zonule at from 10 to 20 cents each.
ASPLKNDID LOT OF NEW I1RA1D
, INO DESKINS, also ALPIIAI1ETS, lust re
ceived nt "
E. N. MEIUIIAM'S.
NOTIOK.-I hereby forbid nil persons
from harboring or trusting, or employing
Edward F. Colby; ns I am Ids lawful guardian,
and will pay no debts ot Ids contracting, but
will collect ills wages.
... . a , -Al'll . lmsWKLI.
Attest I 8. (1. (1ATKH.
Mount Holly, May , 1873. majiowsw.
oote ami wa.
JUST R E C E I V E I) :
a rci.i. stock or
ROOTS, SHOES AND RUDDERS,
AT W. E. 110SS'
No. r., Meiiciiants' How,
Which will bo sold very cheap for cash.
First comes the child that cannot talk,
Hut thinks, sometimes, he'd like to walk;
Ills feet In socks ho can't endure,
Hut longs for something more secure.
Then tnko him out some pleasant day,
And call at Hoss' on jour way ;
A pair of shoes, to suit his mind,
When jou aro there you'll easy nnd.
Next comes tho Joulh o'er which jou fiet,
Hecauso his feet 11 10 always wet ;
Tho reason why his shoes ore poor
And do not keep Ids feet secure.
Then go lo Hoss nnd get n pair
That j oil are sura has got tho wear.
They Milt Iho child, no more heil crj-,
llccaiise his feet are warm and drj-.
Tho next, a Miss, with shining eyes,
W ho thinks her boots aro nulla a pi Do
They set so neat and look so trim,
They make her foot look very slim.
The stylo Is new tho prlco Is low
You'll llnd such now on Merchants' How :
Five tho number nnd Hoss the name:
He'll suit you, too, If any can.
Then comes tlio gent that looks so pi lm
Ills clothes aro nil you seo of htm.
Tho tailor mado htm all complete,
Hut Mr. Hoss has dressed Ids feet.
i o see him now would mako j ou laugh.
Head and feet the same, both show the calf.
Then comes tho man who shows his sense
Hy bujlng boots at less exjiense.
lie takes a pair that's good and strong,
i hat wears full well anil lasts him long.
llo purchased ihem nt Hoss' store,
And win 11 tliej-ro gone he'll get somo more;
TI'O U c'ylob, whoit reason use,
win , khdss and buy her shoes.
Iho -I 1 els small, tho goods aro good,
An t tl nt'sa thing well understood.
II. r I i rgaln's good, she'll near complain,
4 -1 when lliej'ro gone shoil come again.
The re's Itubliers loo, In every stjlu
A - good ns j'ouil llnd ror many a mile.
Thick boots that suit tlio farmer's ej e,
And when hu sees ho'll surely buy;
For tho soles aro thick, tho legs nru long.
And tho seams aro sewed both neat strong.
So If jou wish to trnde, please go
To Hoss' More, on Merchants' Kow.
HOOTS AND SHOES, AT No. 47,
Having mado such airangeinents with New
Entrland and New York imimifncturi-rtt hh i-
nbk-suslo offer to the people of llutland count J',
a stock of goods which cannot fall to meet tho
w ants of all. Wo cordially Invito an examina
tion, and respectfully beg a share of patronage.
,iiu uuwiix iiiaiiu arraiigi'ineiiis wuu .vi. .vi.
Albeo to lako chariro of this branch of our busi
ness, and oversee tho Custom Work, we shall
always be prepared to take measures, and man
ufacture to older all kinds of pegged and sewed
work, for either (lent lemon. Ladles or Children's
wear, our terms will always be cat li, and shall
im-n-iun; in; auio 10 sou as low as any panics 111
1 1 uut
ii!Oci:iur.s and piiovisioNs.
This department of our trado wo shall still
continue; materially adding to our stock during
the next few days. It Is our Intention to keep
1110 vcrj best goodstliat can be round, and snail
aivvajs sinve 10 no auio to sen as tow as any
FLOU11. Wo are agents for Pcntleld, Lyon
A Co.'s Flour, which Is acknowledged by nil to
bo eipial If not superior to any brandsold lu this
market, and are able to sell at tho very lowest
TEAS. Wo call especial attention to our leas
andllilhk we aro oolo to supply them at low
pricr-i uui ui exceneiiL iiuauij .
CANNED (JOODS-Of all klmn, from tho very
Ufftt 1 .IV.'KITM 111 IHU lUllllirj.
Eierj tiling belonging 10 Fancy Groceries eon.
staidly kept In stock.
MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND, A'T.
.May 1, 1S73. dtf
JEW SPRING GOODS.
I. . V A L I l V E T T II
Opens this season a largos and llncr assort
ROOTS AND SHOES
than over before. IDs facilities fur iloliicrbusl
ness have been Improved, nnd he Intends to
excel lu every direction all ot his previous
LADIES', MISSES' AND ClIICDIIEN'S
lino French Kid,
Oiled and Pebbled float,
Serge and Serge Foxed,
In Ilullon and Laco
HUNTS', HOYS' AND YOUTHS'
Calf Hand-Sewed (Lily Make),
Cable Sewed, Machine Sewed, and
Pegged Hoots nnd Shoes In all stj lcs.
Manufactured for dents', Ladles', Misses' anil
tiiiuireii s wear.
My experience ot thirty jcars warrants me In
(1001) STUCK AND PEUFECT FITS.
Call and see mo al
No. 13 MERCHANTS' HOW, mldlf
LIIERT AW IIIGG1NS,
MERCHANTS' ROW, UNDER HATES HOUSE,
Offers for sale a full stock of
THE lIStST LINK OF
F A N C Y A N 1) TOILET OOODS
To bo found In any Drug Store In Vermont
Il.llli II1IUS1U.S, tU.VUIS, AC.
Pomades and Hair Oils Cosmctlrnics nnd
Toilet Powders, Ac, Ac., Ac.
.lust received n largo stock of Trav ellag and
Which wu offer Low for Cash.
Call and cxamlno our slock ot
Which wo will guarantee Is Iho largest and
llnest In Iho Stnte. Now Is tho tlmo
nm YOU EVKII TIIV
llIfiniNS' SUPERIOR COLOGNE WATER?
IT IS TUB VEST,
A. AW II IOO INS,
41 Merchants' How 11UTI.ANP, Vt.
jAR.M FOR SALE.
The niibscilbers offer for tfalo Ihnlr farm. sit.
unlcd about two miles from Iho village ot net
lows Falls, on tho choslrr road, well known
JOHN CLAIIK FARM,
Containing about three hundred and llfly acres
of land; Inodivclllng houses, Unco hums mid
two tenant liousen, near Hie i-.illioail track.
Thu tenant houses are in-vv. lln largo farm
home has been Iborouglily lepaiivd and paint
ed, vvllh new piazza In trout nnd end, new flout
it-ijiji-, 1111 in nil- inosi. Kuimiauuai nun lastoiui
maimer, making It a ileniralilo ii-ildeiii-e.
Nearly llii ee-louillHof 11 mile of new water pine
from a never-falling fuimtaln supplies all tlio
OVER TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
has been expended nllhln the past two jears
on buildings mid reiici-s, besides tlio t i-li.-lli I
houses, 'iliel.ind Isiidapli-d to the raising of
all kinds of crops. Hume titty acres are well
adapted for tobacco. The land Is now under n
good ntato of culllwttlim, b.v having been fed
out 11 largo uinoiuitiif haj ami grain iho past
UIU 31-nn', VMIlt-ll HUH IK'I'll lilllllgllL Ull IIIU
place, besides that which Hi" fiuni has Pro
duced. 'Iho eastern line Is the Connecticut
river nnd the farm lajlng vest, ii., divided Into
pasture and tillage hind, n till 11 siilliilent sil-
,ij ui , nun mr I in ) imsi", .-.11 iiiiieu wim-tir
he villain of Hollows falls a villain- imiwinr?
more rapidly than any pl.-u-e wlihlu the Slate,
ami Willi lis unlimited water power, which Is
fast being Improved, must continue lu InerenRn
In astllllargerproiHirttun In tlio nit lire makes
It Iho most desirable farm In these parts. Pos
session given Immeillalel), exeept the mill
jard.nnd that. In onejear. Iniulie of the null
scrlbers 011 the premises; or Joseph Wilson,
llrm of. I. Wilson A; Co., near thu dc-wi; or Wll-
uer . nupsins, ai vvesi unpen, vi,
WILDER A HOPKINS.
Hollows Falls May 1, 1S73. mji-dlt
GEORGE C. NEWMAN,
REAL llSTATi: 11 R Q K V. I! ,
oniec: Derbj'slllock, 2d Floor 1'iont.
First class village and farm property for salo
and to let. .Money lo loan on notes, mortgages,
llfo policies and other approved securities,
PASTURE LAND IN PI 'ITS FORD
X For sale or rent, (me hundred and twcnly
llv 0 acres of line PASTl ' II 11 land luca led one and
one-half miles trom Iiltsrord Village. Address
or call on E. P. HITCHCOCK, under National
Hani: of llutland, llullaud. Vt. Maj 111
VILLAGE PROPLRTV FOR SALE.
r Tho Subscriber wishing lo engago In nlher
uuiiiie,i uuera ins i(i.Miiu;:NCi; mid l AK.vi,
For Sale. This farm formcily known ;.is the
ALV1N II. JONES PLACE,
IS Situated nt. Hie e.is.1. end nf l'ntt- street -l-lir.
view from the residence Is grand and but sel
dom surpassed. Tho buildings being on enough
elevation to afford ono of the best views ot lids
pleasant anil ontcrprWng village, in bo found.
Said Farm contains EIGHTY ACHES of choice
land, n greater part of which is under a high
statu ot cultivation.
A lino Garden, Emit Trees, Mirubberj-, Ac,
are situated near the huuso.
This Farm Is n School Lot, thus making tho
uivvi uii 11 iiiul-ii ium-r man iiuier lunti.
ihohousf Is within the Coinorntlon limits,
and the school facilities of the same nm iinsin-.
passed, the Graded School ot Hrandon being as
...will nu tlx. Ulna. n,T.,1.. "
Tho Depot Is half a mile rrom the house
short drive over a iruod rund.
Helng desirous of ilisimsini; of this property
1., nu. iimiiui .inn,., nm ynu suinu out
11 raro bargain, as he Is willing to give extra Hi.
duei-incnts to eriect a sale In this lime.
The inilTlin.!'! enil hllV Hie s.li,el- nndifrtnliifi
tools that are on the place, or not, Just ns ho
may choose. For further particulars Inquire of
c. c. DUNN, on the premises.
Hrandon, V I., May 1. liiajldAwim
VERMONT CENTRAL AND RUT
On and alter Jlondaj-, Dec. nth, ls,a, trains
win run us lunuwg, muiays excepted)
IIOIS-0 SOUTH AND KIST.
I!avo liulland at 12:M and l:D0 a. m., and 12:10
UIK! i';e-l 1'. III.
don at u::io p. in., connecting with steamer for
NEW YORK EXPRESS. Leaves St Albans nt
sail a. 111., nuillngiou loa'3 a. in.,nnlving lu
Rutland nt 12:.vi 11. 111.
NIGHT EXIitl:ss. Leaves Ogdeiishurg at 12
m., lialtsburg asii p. in., M0nlre.1l Siai n. in..
St. Johns !:) p. m., st, Albans 7:20 p. in., Ilur
llngton 0:10 p. 111., Rutland 12:.MI a. m.. Hollows
Falls, 8:25 n. 111., arriving at New Loiidun at 11:15
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves llurllnctoii nl :20 n.
m., Port Henry 2:iki p. in., an Iv lug In Rutland
111. .;ii 111. i-ul-m Kiiuauti at 4:3ii a. m., uei
lows Falls 7:1.', a. in., (accommodation train), nr
ilvlnirnt New ludoii aLft:ion. in.
MIXED TRAIN'. Leaves liulland at r,:no p. m
arrlv tng In Dellows Falls at D:2i p. m.
Leaves llutland al 1:W and r.;(iO a. 111., and S;&
mm i,:uo ji. 111.
MAIU Ix-avcs New London nt r,:0U a.
Rprlugilcld saw a. 111., lloston 7:30 a. m., llellnvv s
1 1111 1. in., nm 1,11111 p. 111,, nri 11 ing at i-ort
llfXlt'V nf 7" ,11 UilrfliKr,.... ....! ..i c ,
Albans cuo p. in.,' Montreal 'J:is'pt m.,'ogi7eiW
burg 1:1.1 a. in., making connections with trains
1UI I lie wt-M,
EXPRESS Leaves llnlhinil nt r.-fiM, in nr.
rlv Ing nt Port Henry at 7:25 p. 111., St. Albans at
9:15 n. 111.
NIGHT EXPHESS.-Leaves New- London at
2:45 p. 111., Sprlnglleld nt S:lo p. 111., connecting
with train leaving New York at 3:uo p.m., liel-
....... ...... ...... ,. .., iwiiiKtiiii. uiiu iiaiu
lenvintr llriKtnu nl r.?.n ,n ir,,,i,..i n ...
lluilliigtonl:M)a. 111., st. Albans C:2ii," arrlv Ing
In Montreal nt 0:45 a. in., lialtsburg at 12:00 m
uiiu vmn.-n-.uiirif u 1 i.-iw 11. in., connecting wit 11
trains for tho W est.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves ltllll.ind nl K ftnn m .
arriving at Pert Henry at '.via. 111. Leave Hur
llngton nt 0:(i a. in., St. Albans 12:oo m., arrlv
lug In Ogdensbiug at s:lu p. m. and St. Johns at
3:M 11. m.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Hollows Falls nt 1:50
a. 111., arriving In llutland at two 11. 111.
ACCOMMOlUiiON.-I.eavos New lmdon nt
wiu 11. 111.. nenuws i ans5:-ap. m., (mixed train,)
...... .11 ... J, l. lll.llll 111. ,, 111,
Trains leave Hurllntrtnu e-nlne- r.ii. tnr limit.
poller, Ac, nt 0:55 a. 111., I2:ati p. m. and 7:15 p. 111.
Trains leave Hollows Fulls going north, for
,,,uiu mi.-i ., iiui:iiuii, fti;,, ui, t,:t a. 111. ami
12:00 111.. and r.:r, and 11:20 11. 111.
CoxsECTiONS. At Hutland wllh Ilensselaer A
Saratoga and Harlem Extension Railroads; at
Hollows Falls Willi Cheshire Railroad; at South
Vernon with Connecticut River Railroad.
tfSlecplngcars aro attached to night trains
between St. Albans nnd Trov-, nnd Hiiiiliigton
nil, I llntnn nvt re ii'iii,,
St. Albans. Vt.. sept. soth. 1S72.
AISLE JI EXTENSION RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF TIME.
On nnd after Sunday, October 20th, 1S72, trains
It 111 I Ull ll 1UUUWH
MIXED leaves liulland at 5:00 a.m., con
neeilng nt Slato Lino Willi train for Troy.
MAIL. Leaves Htlthltul 9.115 11. 111.. nml innl'.
Ing closo connections nt Chatham 4 corners
n un irains nir .ncw oik, .iuauy, Iliidsou, and
win . .11, 1111,1 UL-SLIIII 1I..V.V. II. 1(,
MIXED. Loavo Hutland nt 2.20 p. in., to lien
nlncrlon nnd il-ov.
SUNDAY MILK TRAIN (wllh passenger car
iiiiiiviivu;. 1A-111 es itiiiiaiiu 111 ct.uii-a. m.
F A It E .
Hutland to New York - - - - $s to
" 10 Albiinj', .... a 00
" to Hudson, - - 3 00
ffSo lay over checks given.
ARRIVE AT RUTLAND.
Mull, 10.00 p. m.; Mixed, 12.10 p. 111.; mixed,
7.50 J). 111.
F. C. WHITE, Supt.
Hutland, Oct. 19, 1S72. niujldAwlf
Uso Renno's JMlu-KIIlInr? Jingle Oil.
"( irorls UU a Charm"
Safe to uso and delicious to euro Colds.
Safe to iimi and delicious to euro Cramps.
Safo to use and delicious to euro Cutanh.
Safe to uso nnd delicious In euro Contusions.
Safo to uso and delicious lo euro Colic.
Safo lo uso and delicious to cure Croup.
Safe to uso mid delicious to euro Coiigli.
For Soro Throat, mix Renne's Maglo Oil with
water, and uso for gargling tho throat, and lu
severe cases swathe tho throat at bed tlmo with
three or four thicknesses of ilaiincl wet with
tho Maglo oil. This prevents bronchial dltll-cultj-,
and cures Canker In Iho Throat and
Stomach, and promotes digestion.
Henno's Pnln-Kllllng Maglo Oil Neuralgia.
Renno's l'aln-Kllllng Maglo oil Rheiiinal Ism.
Renno's Pulu-Kllllng Mugto OH Sciatica.
Renno's Paln-KIIIHig .Maglo oil Chilblains.
Renno's Paln-KlllIng Maglo Oil Sprains.
Renno's Pain-Killing Maglo OH lleudache.
Renno's Paln-KlllIng Muglo oil Toothache.
Ho suro and get tlio genuine. Sold by nil lion
est and prosperous diugglsts, merchants and
grocers. Manufactured only b- W.M. HENNE
A HONS, littslteld. Muss.
1DRUNELLAS, PRUNES, CHERRIES,
X Peaches, lllockherrles, HaspbcrrleMiums
Huckleberries. Also, all kinds of fruits In cans,
forsaloat H. W. MARSHALL,
majidtwly drove street, llutland, Vt.
BATTV'S N A 11 OR PICKLES,
Crosso A HlackweR's Pickles, llalford'a
Worcestershire Sauce, Nalsib Sauce, In fact
nearly all kinds ot English Pickles can bo found
nt H. W, MAHSHAI.L'S
t A. PARKHURST A; CO.,
Extensive Dealers lu
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
And a completo nssoi Uncut of
NOTION'S AD H.MALI, WARES,
:n MERCHANTS' ROW RUTLAND, VT.
We lake pleasure In Informing the trading
'iilille Hint. It Is our nlm lo keen 1 lie best select
ed Stuck ot Goods In our line to bo found lu the
Slate. Wo aro constantly replenishing our
shelves Willi tlio pilnclpal Stnplo Novelties of
1110 -u-asim, iiiiiKing our r-Hiauiisiiiiiviii. nir
nnsT for v our Interest, from which to nurelinso
jour DRY GOODS.
We have the Host Ilargalns In
DRESS GOOD S,
II 11 A U T I F U I. HI I. K S.
An extensive assoit men t of
For Men and lioj-s' wear.
KIDS at J 1. 00, J1.25, 11.50, J1.75 Per Pair.
Call fur Iho JACQUELINE CORSET best titling
Our prices are suro lo glvo satisfaction.
C. A. PAHK1IUIIST A CO.,
inayldlt RUTLAND, VT.
gl'RING GOODS. SPRING GOODS.
KINSMAN A HOSS
Wish to say lo the public that they have now
open for Inspection the best line ot Spring
Goods they ever offered.
HOSIERY, GLOVES, Ac,
An elegant lino of
SILK AN'l) WOOL POPLINS,
HUTTEIIICK'S OKLEHHATED PATTERNS.
Cal and examine our new lino of good'.
Youra respect full),
KINSMAN A' ROSS
layldsm No. 3 Merchants' How, liulland.
37 MERCHANTS' HOW.
S'lO.OOO IN DRY GOODS ! ! !
largest assortment of DRESS GOODS In
500 Different Style DRESS GOODS 2ft cents
to $4.00 per yard.
1(iO pieces ALPACCAS and HR1LLIANTEEYS
All Shades of IRISH POPLIN'S.
Assortment of JAPANESE POPLINS
300 Different Stjle SHAWLS,
1110 pieces Cloths for Suits and Hoy's Wear.
11ED TA1II.E DAMASK,
IWIIITE TAHI.E DAMASK,
C?-None should fall to give us a call befoio
GEO. t IIILLIARD,
37 Merchants' Row HUTLAND.
Jg U R T & S II E R M A N
Offer another lot of those elegant
Nino qualities lu Stewart's Household Ilrands.
50c value 75c.; 5fle., valuo 75c.; .Oc., valuo 75c.
NEW DRESS OOODS
for Iho Twentj-.llvo Cent counter.
4-1 Striped and Polka Dot Percale, 16c. Ono to
ten yard pieces. Valuo 25e.
Patent llloomtng Ulack Mohair, 55e., coo., 70c.
Ails, crape, Tamlse, c-4 Wool Delaine, Crelone,
Pai Islemie, lkmibnzlnc, Drop do Tae,
Saline, Canton Grenadine.
WO doz. Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, ctfe.
Scarfs and Striped ottoman shawls of the
Alexandre's Kid Oloves, one, two and three
buttons. 600 doz.
Ono-hnlf, Three-tourlhs and Full liose, in iron
Irauie, for ladles, misses and children.
HECEIVED.01'8 A,lE C0XSTANTbY IlKIN'G
nnVVnfnevK-?,'-10 10 !? cai lonaslxteentli
partot ourslocklnthOBmnll snaco of nuarter
yoSMelLur'e. t'omonml over the sTk at
.T.h.'?.,n rFest. I 'Kin est nnl best located store,
mjiaii'i1813' nvnx & K"MAN.