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THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. THURSDAY Armimwi rv on - -
ji:m:kai. itrms.
Tho llcmlcr family npnear to bo on ono
yet.
A Hlioilo Island editor Is pathetically call
lug on lils subscribers for back pay.
Glass lined water nines nro sunnlantltiL'
lead to n conslderablo extent In nmi nround
Jcw York
On and after July 1st, there li to bo an
hourly delivery of letters by tbe carriers in
iiosion
A Now llcdford man found long Ids
brother, recently, by reading over the cases
in cures tu n patent mcciielno almanac
There is no hope of the extinction of the
nmitiis. , Airs. Smith ot Nhehloti, ill
has given birth to four new ones at once.
It was not drinking whUkey that drove
.lames I'robst ot J.atayetto, liul., to com
inn suicide, nut the lusanuy produced i
leaving It oil'.
A learned New York M, 1). soys that
balillieatlcd men are rarely or never drunk
nrili, and that moreover, n baldlieaded limn
Is seldom lottnd in n lunatic asylum
George William Curtis Is slowly recover
ing hU health. He simply broke down from
excessive work, and lils doctors arc anxious
that lie slioulil not resume ins labors until
fall
An Antwerp journal declares that nil the
j?rcnt fortunes In this country havo been
mado cither by petroleum wells or the sale
(il paiciu iiieiui'iiies.
Mr. QiilonlioUniinoliu, mi ApuclioKaclicm
recently nimmcnccil hit ptcparatloii for
embmcliur clirisllntilty by Ullllni; his Ihu
siiuatvs, i lie military propose to nan
nun, mil lienciai urook liitoiposeil, uiul
sent him In S.tn lVancKco fort, to be shut
up forever.
I lie .niiu Alitor (.Mich.) Lcdiue iim.ii-
elation took just $10 less Hum expenses in
Hi h'ctiues, lit-t winter. Tliey eleaied nu
even 2", eeiils on I.dniund lilies, fill tents
on mines I, l-ields, c.une out square (in
iicnrgeti. v. uaiis, nun mane l (in lice
cher.
From t tic Manchester .Journal.
Tiiu ."New lluilroail Arrmigriiiciils,
We cannot refrain from .saying u wind
In lel.ition tn the line prospect mill nncaily
anil l.iviii.iiiies'iiiiti'iiKil iiiirrallioail noun
les, and we lire especially thankful thai
IIioiil'Ii iii.inv of the iiennle on the line of
our riM'l grow despondent ninl discouraged,
nml Miino went so lar us to Ining serious
nocti-utions ntrauist our mllio-ul managers,
thru lino been (plielly lit wolk to bring us
nut of the ililllcult V and, at last, by almost
superhuman exeillon.s liuu: Hicc'ccded In
accomplishing their object.
In tlie meantime notwithstanding the as
seitlonsol croakers' to tlie commit-, our
railroad bu.sin.s has been cnnstantlv
increasing. Wo doubt if any pottion iff
me rjiaie nas developed so rapid
ly during the past live years as the West
ern ernioni alloy. Aim tins has been
done witlwuit any ndwptatc connection at
-.1,1 1 ..I II l I ,
i iimi i-nu ,i mu ioiilu. iiu iiimoer, our
inaiblc, our milk, imr produce' and even
our passenger trallic lim been steadily in
creasing.
If an increase could bo luadu with Mich
poor accoinniodalions, whatcau wo not ex
pect when tlie New York, ISoston and
Montical roulu is fully completed and
equipped? And the necessary steps arc
hcliH! taken for the early consolidation of
the through line. Monday, May 20th, the
directors oi mu central Vermont were, dec-
led at St. Albans. The present summer
wuoxpeciio see an improvement in our
local trains, with a through express from
jM-w ion; to connect with northern roads.
This will greatly aid the summer business
and through travel. Wo arc also assured
Unit the new company w ill do all in their
power to make this :i popular through
route, and though it may take time to build
it up to its legitimate proportions yet wo
have lull contidenee that it will be done.
and every jiledgu made to the people of
I'SlUllI 1 UllUOIlL UU UI1IU1CU
Junius ltcnrl Ilrown's correspondence.
The Tribune Jllllliling.
The Tribune Association are now occu
pied in selecting from numerous architec
tural drawings, tho most desirable ono for
their new printing house. It is highly pro
bablo they will adopt a plan representing a
spacious building eight or nine stories high,
of tho Florentine style, with a tower of over
two hundred feet, bearing near the top an
illuminated clock. Tho architecture will
lie massivo and picturesque, but freo and
simple. The counting room will be where
it now is, on tho corner of Spruco and Nas
sau, and tlie lower doors will be let for offi
ces. The highest story will be devoted to
tho composing and editorial departments
readied by an elevator through n main en
trance, abovo which will bo a life-sizo mar
ble statue, in a sitting posture of Horace
Greeley, founder of the New York 2'ribune.
You are aware that tho association has pur
chased tho adjoining property on Nassau
street, which, with their own lot, will make
their building very largo and imposing
the most so of any printing houso in the
Itepublic. Tho cost, independent of the
ground, will be, it is estimated, from 330,
000 to $100,000; but it is highly probable
8300,000 will bo reached before the structure
is complete. Tho Tribune intends to have
a model establishment in every respect, and
will Introduco into it every new and latest
improvement. Tho Times and Herald,
from present indications, will be so wholly
eclipsed ns to seem positively insignificant.
A Touciiino Incident. A short time
since, in this city, n brilliant and much ad
mired lady, who had been suffering for
some time with a. troublo of the eyes, was
led to fear a speedy cliimgo for the worse,
and immediately consulted her physician.
An examination discovered a sudden and
fatal falling in tho optic nerve, and the in
formation was imparted as gently as possi
ble, that tho patient could not retain her
sight more than few days at most, and was
liable to be totally deprived of it any mo
ment. Tho afflicted mother returned to
her home, quietly mado such arrangements
as would occur to ono about to commence
so dark a journey of Hie, and then had her
two little children, attired in their brightest
and awectest costumes, brought before her;
and so, with their little faces lifted to hers,
and tears gathering for eomo great misfor
tune that they hardly realized, the light
faded out of die mother's eves. loitvlne- nn
inelfaceablo plcturo of thoso dearest to licr
on earth a memory of bright faces that
will console her in many; a dark hour.
Cocington (AV) Journal.
p I HEN IX MUTUAL LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
AIIKAU OF AM.
HARTFORD COMPANIES.
llt'HINKsS OF
CONNECTICUT COMPANIES FOR 1872.
No. of Policies. Ain't Ins.
Hartford Life and Annuity, lilG 2,437,0)2
Connecticut (Jcneral Life 12C0 2,620,490
Travelers Life and Accident 2JSS 4,059,sns
Continental LI to 2917 6,021,010
Connecticut Mutual Llfo 8117 13,JM,61S
Chailer Oak Llfo 6929 12,210,691
-Etna Llfo 8791 IS.335,197
I'IKENIX MU. LIFE 10,527 21,751,731
V. C. Jir.YEHHOFFISlt,
inaj-2ldldt(v4w (Iknkkai. Agent.
JR. CARLE'S AYATER PROOF
on. n r. ao kin a,
ion
HARNESSES, CARRIAGE TOPS,
HOOTS, SHOES, ETC,
Fits harnesses perfectly and prevents crack
ing. Docs not fry out or gum tho Burfaco,
Softens and preserves tho leather. Excludes
tho water. Excellent for boots, uhoes, Ac.
8rnivcs universal satisfaction. Manufac
tured by
inylddAwtf N, O. MARCH, Mlddlebury, Vt.
ICTURE FRAMING DONE WITH
Neatness and taste, and at reasonable
pr ces. some new and beautiful htyles lust re
ceived at '
E. N. MEItRIAM'S.
T a.ww.Wii. mMiwiwB aunugiuMB moan. mmt. Sootu ana cWtofs. araFtsiiitaff."
TIIE 0 LOSING OUT SALE R A N C I S C O ' S ,9"- "" RUTLAND 31"' iOO "
Ufa stock of
WHoi.r.H.lt.i: nr.At.r.iM iv I nn , . I
GROCERIES
PROVISIONS,
DOMESTIC imv HOODS,
HOOTS AMI SHOES,
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, AC, At'.,
H A S (' () M M E N c r- I) .
ECONOMICAL HOUSEKEEPERS
Will aall themselves of the opportunity which
ltatTords to replenish their stuck of household
supplies.
sr Every arttclo Is sold at cost or less.
1'I.KASK CAM. AM) LEARN I'lilCE.
0. W. CIIAI'MN, .hi.,
No. ff, MUltUIIANTS' HOW, HUTI.ANI).
rO()l) CIIOI'I'EHS WANTED TO
i T cut MM cords of hard wood In Mendon.
Apply to ono. W. ciiAi'MN, .In., Merchants'
Itow, limiand.
O I!
S A. 1, E
The KllbselllHT htia a Cntidv nnnaratlls enin.
prising a complete otitllt for manufacturing
candy, which he will sell for less than ono-hnlf
the original cost. Also, one heavy Truck Wa
gon, cry cheap; and ono pair of Double Work
Harnesses.
OHO. W. CHAPLIN, Jit.,
Ii Merchants' Itow.
Iliitl.mil, May 20. mj2Mtf.
J.
A: T. C A D E N ,
Wholesale ami Itctntl Dealers In
(lltOCEUIES AND I'HOVISIONS,
cannku rutins, pickmis, ac,
(1LAHS, UAUTlir.NWAltli
AND FANCY (1O0DS,
Also, Dealers In
DItV COOPS, SHAWLS, DHKSS MOODS,
HOSIURY, (1LOVKS, AC, AC.
An assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Constantly on hand.
acji:nts ton mail stkamkhs
ro and
ritO.M KUItOl'K.
SZ-DKAl'TS Foil ANY AMOUNT ON THE
HANKS OF KXOLAND, IHKLANl), SCOTLAND
AND WALKS.
COllNHIt l'HKIOHT AND EVELYN STS.
HUTLAND, VT.
myld3m
185
1873
O h I) R EI) STORE.
anocEiiiRs and I'liorismxs,
CHUAP FOH CASH.
CHESTER KINGSLEY.
majitf Mekciiants' now,
JOSEPH II. GUY,
Successor to
S. HAYWARD k CO.,
Dealer In
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HAY AND WOOD.
Washington St., Rvtland, Vt.
myldly
U L T O N .MARK E T,
DUNTON & HAYWARD
Proprietors.;
All klmlS Of VPfltQ. Plsll VmmHI.Ina nn.l
Klngsley & Spraguo's Block, Merchants' Row,
PETER F. McMANUS,
OKOC B n ,
And dealer In
PROVISIONB,
No. 93 West St., RUTLAND, VT.
masidlm
E E R T U It N E R
sua ah itKFrxixa com r any,
70 WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Offer for salo all tho various ltiu!ih nf uptinmi
Sugar of Superior Quality at tho LowcstMarket
Prices. A superior quality of White sugar for
STANDARD CRUSHED,
STANDARD POWDERED,
STANDARD GRANULATED,
WHITE COFFEE A,
COFFEE EXTRA O,
And the lower grades of
r k r. l o ir s u a a n
Orders to bo nddressed to our ofllco In Now
York, 70 Wall Street, Cor. Pearl.
borted''8 "rilor'lle 10 uarrcls can havo them as-
TKHMS-Thlrtydays, or Caih In 7 days, less
H per cent, discount.
E. G. llAXTER,
TllEASl'llKIi.
muylSdlt
rpOMATO AND OATH! AGE PLANTS
X FOR SALE.
Tho subscriber has for salo at his cardeuln
the rear of No. 40, Forest street, b""lu""
8,000 Tomato l'iantu (4 dtrfercnt klnds.i
300,000 cabbage l'lanu. '
e.000 cauliflower Plants and soo Tepner l'lants.
Tho plants arc now all ready for delivery, and
parties wishing them will pleaso leavo their or.
dera without delay,
W, RICE
Rutland, May 19th, 1873. mysudjw
PIANOS AND ORGANS TO RENT
at E. N, MERRIAM'S.
Also repairing ana tuning.
IKMMJfE&i , HIiOCK & SAWED 31 A It III, E. All new, for Hummer wear. To bp sold In
FlltE
INSURANCE A(JEN0V
llfTI.ANH, T.
ASSETS,
80,000,000 00
Iteprescntlng llftepn ot the Largest and
Strongest Companies In tho United Mates and
England.
OENEIiAL AGENCY FOR VERMONT
LYCOMING FIRE INSURANCE CO.
OF PENNSYLVANIA.
ASSETS, '
Ij0,300,000 00
Have Issued policies for TIIIRTY-TIIREI
YEARS, and paid overl4,l2l,S4i.i) for losses.
LA ltd EST
-MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.
IN THE WORLD.
INCOME LAST YEAR, 91,001),4fi:i 00
Policies on thu
CASH OR MUTUAL PLAN,
Asder.hed.
HRANCH OFFICE
FOR RUTLAND AND ADDISON COUNTIES
OF THE
FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRKINS. CO.
OF MONTPELIER,
ASSETS,
1,Cii,oih) 00
THE UEST COMPANY IN THE STATE FOR
ARMERS.
iv Insures nothing but delnched dwellings,
barns and contents.
Hy this plan, FARMERS' only pay for losses
on t'AMf fitorKUTr. No hazardous prop
erty Insured by this Company.
0 E N T I! A I, II O UH E (! O It N E It
The Place to lluy
. n.oTinxa,
HATS,
CAPS,
AN
I I IINISIlINd (ioiiiis.
Ins "Pr VS. ',!,?,. DEPARTMENT we ha
rf ..vn,ui u lull UUU Ul
ENGLISH,
FRENCH AND
AMERICAN
T110WSE1IINGS,
SUITINGS AND
VESTING,
Wlilch we shall make up to measure
LOW PRICES.
Call early and make selections.
II. W. KINGSI.EY,
Cenlrul House Comer, -malilAwir
RUTLAND, VT.
L L E N A- D It K W
Ale Just home from New Yolk ond Huston
iiu uii- uoKusi anil uesi seiecieu slock of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
HATS,
CAPS,
AND
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
i:erMiowiilnRullaiid.
rneeswiii no as low asjllio lowest, These
goods aro bought for CAHlILand will bo sold
i neap.
O U S T O -M C L O T RING
A largo lino ot CLOTHS
CUTTER that cannot be
to select from.
beat In Vermont
TRY HIM.
TRUNK'S AND HAGS.
ALLEN & DREW,
HOWMAN & CO.'S OLD STAND,
l'AIXE,
27 Merchants' Row.
mayldtwtf
sp
RING AND SU.MMER
CLOTHING
IN AM. STVI.ES,
FOR .MEN AND HOY'S' WEAR,
JUST HKCKlVmi.
:-EXTHA SIZES A SPECIALTY..: fil
SPRING OVERCOATS,
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS AND VALISES'.
Tho best stock of
GENTS' FURNISHINOGOODS
In town.
Fine While and Fancy
SHIRTS
MADE TO OlIDEll.
A. O. CUNNINGHAM,
No. 6 Center street, (opposite depot.)
myldtf
M.
C. S.
PECIC ic HEN.TAMIN'S
GREEN .MOUNTAIN
(J L O T II I N G STORE,
Where you can ulwoys llnd tho largest and best
uasuiuill'lll Ul biyilhll
READY MADE CLOTHING,
HATS A- CAPS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
TRUNKS, SATCHEW, AC,
And save 23 per cent, on every nrtlclo you buy at
P E O K li II EN JA M I N 1 8
1'01'CLAK SQCAKE DtAI.INO
GREEN -MOUNTAIN CLOTHING STORE.
No. 19, Cknteh Stiieet,
RUTLAND,
mayldsm
VERMONT,
IJIUIIIIIKSANI) MILLS,
.1. N. IIAXTKR, Slipt, WEST HUTLAND, Vt
All the urailes of Rutland Marble. In
shape or slabsof various thicknesses iciiiilrcd
for Furniture, Mantel, and Decorative Work, ns
wellns Cemetery uses; also cubic Stock for
Monumental ami ltiilldliig purposes. Including
oases, nirips, nun rusi.s, may uo lolllul oil OU
yarn in nu nines.
our exlenslvo arrangements fur tho produc
tion of Marble, In tho way of ouarrylng Ma,
ciunery, aim Mills comprising thfity-tHo gangs
of saws, place us In position to supply the
wnnis oi ino iraui'. Wholesale and Retail
Dealers, jiunucrs, l urniliire-JIeii. and tren
eral Manufacturers will llnd It to their Interest
iu ia ui ns nun uieir oiuers.
RUTLAND MARHI.E CO.
majldiwtf
ni'lvER JIARHLE AND GRANITI
S WORKS 01'
RUTLAND, VERMONT,
MANttl'AOTt'lIK
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN MAR11L1
AND GRANITE,
AND I'.liEUT
MONUMENTS,
COPING,
TOM IIS,
HEADSTONES
TA11LETS, FONTS, AC,
To order In any part of the United States w II H
out risk to the purchaser.
Allwoik executed by tills Establishment Is
done In the most Titonormi nml autistic
manner.
So largo a propoillon of our work Is now going
Into the City Cemeteries In successful compctl
Hon with the best city manufactures that our
products areas famousand conspicuous for their
excellence, In Greenwood Ceim tery of New
York, Rural Cemetery of Philadelphia, and
many ot tho Western Cities, as throughout Ver
mont. And we present the fact of our constant'
ly Increasing business, Justliled by the uniioum
excellence of our work during tho past live
years, ns the surest guaranty purchasers can
have of our faithfulness In tho future.
mayltt
ftUUinny nmt imj ootljs,
B
ARROWS &, MITCHELL
(successors to Fiiencii & Haui'.ohs.)
PROSPECTUS FOR 187::
A3 we navo worn no disguises m tho past,, wo
como with no promtso of u new sensation. Wo
shall offer you no cunningly dc Ised fables to
tickle your fancy, nor take n fresh departure In
unbeaten paths to relievo tho monotony ot
truth-telling. For nearly Fifteen Years wo hao
held to tho same principles, and wo llnd them
all unworn by the lapse ot time.
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
All orders entrusted to our care will bo
j'jtoMi-ny -i.yj c.i.'LTf.Li' rn.i.ni).
HARROWS & MITCHELL,
NO. 21 -MERCHANTS' ROV.
mayldtf
Utartttofrtf.
gTEAM STONE CUTTER COMPANY,
Sole proprietors and manufacturers of tho
WAllDWELI, I'ATENT
TONE CHANNELING OR QUARRYING MA
CHINE,
Forcuttlmrstono Into vnrinui s.ii.
s and ill-
IUVIIS1UI1S
IN ALL KINDS OF QUARRIES.
office and snors,
RUTLAND, VERMONT.
JOHN W. CRAMTON, I'res't,
GEOltOi: E. ROYCE, Trcas.
CHARLES CLARK, Sec'y.
GEO. J, WAHDWELL, Supt.
myi ly
CJCRAP IRON AND RTEKL. nr.n
yj Starblo Saws and Currency tntnn in .,v.
change for Nails at the
mnyld3in RUTLAND NAIL WORKS.
w est ot Lincoln Iron Works.
M
USICAL ENTERTAINMENT
AT 1IRANDON,
Tho Quaiiotto Club of Mlddlebury Collego
will glto ono of their
PLEASING ENTERTAINM ENTS
At Engclt's Hall, Tuesday ovcnlng, .May 2lth.
Tho affair promises to bo very Interestlnir
and entertaining.
The progrnmmo will consist chiefly oi collec
tions from tho "Cnrinlna Collegensla."
Tickets for salo nt Kellcy's, and Glbbs Co.
ina20d2d.
LOOIC.-S. CLE.MENS, NEAR THE
Fair Ground, Rutland, Vt., sells applo
trees of leading varieties nt 2.1 cents each.
tfavljo rry Plants, Wilson's Seedlings, jt.ooper
100. Clinton Grapo Vines, 23 cents each. As
paragus roots. 8 years old. n.oo per loo. Also,
an assortment of Oreen Ifouso Plants, at lotv
rates, (ieranlums, double nnd Blngle, piano
and zonalo nt from io to 20 cents each.
inay6dlyd:w2w
SiySS. OATALOQUK OP PAPER
.,l A,TA"NS for Ladles' and Chlldrens' gar
menu Just received at
mayldaw. E, N. JIERIIIAM'S.
ninety:days.
Clll?cnsof Rutland County,
YOU CAN SAVE FIVE DOLLARS!
In shoeing your whole family at the Hoot and
Shoe Kmnorliiin.
NO. 0, LANIION'S 1ILOCK,
Merchanls' Itow, ono of the best Hoot and Shoe
oiun'.'i in jiuiianu,
CALL AND sr.i: FOR YOL'USELVKS.
maj23dAwtf
O. W. CURRIER
NEW
ROOT AND SHOE STORI-
MARTEI.L'S 11LOCK,
Centeh Stiieet,
RUTLAND, VT.
I hnvo tho llncsl stock of Ready Made
II DOTS A N I) H 11 O E S
l or uenus' and Youths' in tho State. Orders In
uiu ui-stsijit-rtiii ivurKniansuip, well made. II
llnestlmnorted Lent hers. Onlvtlrst.Hnsmvr.Vi.-
inen employed. All work under the supervision
of G. Viillquetlo.
Ladles' Work to order, In the rhaslo nndele.
gant iiiouo of spring Fashions. Finest stock In
nu nineties.
mayld2m R. VALLIQUETTE.
E
NTIRELY NEW.
HOOTS AND SHOES, AT No. 17,
MERCHANTS' ROW.
lla Inir made such nrrniirriMnntiiu -itii Vn
hnrlaudniid New York iii.innfnriiirfiN ,-
lllllCM 114 t, I ntTcl'ln dir. nnnnln .,,..., t ..
n stock of goods which cannot fall to meet the
......... w. ..... .. uuuaiij i,i,iiuiui c.Miiuina-
nun, mm iisinxuiuiy uejt a snaro or natroiiagc
Also hating mado arraiiirementswlth M. .M
AIIjco to tuko charge of this brunch ot our bust
ness, nnu oversea tho Custom Work, wo shall
nlwajsbo prepared to take mensures, nnd man
ufacture to order nil kinds ot pegged nndsewed
, ui h, iui euner ueni leincn, l .allies or Clillilren's
w ear, our terms will always bo cash, and shall
iiii iuiuii. i,u iiuit; li, st'll lis urn' iiiiv ivit-Tina I
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
This department of our trailn wn slmll still
coimnue; mnieriauy aciuing to our stock during
uiu in;.i il-ii iiiijn, it is uur nnei iiou io Keen
tho terv best irooilstliaL can lie roiiiwi. nml simfi
uiviij.s.sirie io oenoic io sen as low ns any
FLOUR Wo nro agents for l'entleld, Lvon
Co.'s Iiour. which Is neknouleilireil bv nil in
be equal It not suiierior to any brandsold In this
market, and nro able to sell at the very lowest
iifeim-a.
TEAS. Wo call esneclal attention in run- icn
and think wo nro nbio to supply them at low
inncs nun ui e-weiieni. ipiailiy.
CANNED GOODS-Of all kinds, from the very
best Packers In the country.
Evert llilnrr bclnntrln? in l-'nncv Crncc, ica cn,i.
niui.llj Kl.-i. ill BlULlv,
-MERCH-VNTS'
ROW, RUTLAND, V
dtt
May I, 1S73.
NEW
SPRING GOODS.
L . v A L 1 1) V E T T i:
opens Ibis season a larges and liner assort
ment, ot
HOOTS AND SHOES
than eter before. Ills facilities for iinintr imci
ness hate been hnnraveil. nml im intMiuu in
i"ii-ct in every uircaiou an or his pretlous
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHICDREN'S
Fine French Kid,
Ctliocoa Kid,
Oiled and Pebbled Coat,
Serge and Sergo Foxed,
In Hutton nnd Lace
GENTS', HOYS' AND YOUTHS'
Calf Hand-Scwcd (City Make),
Cable Sowed, Machlno Sewed, nnd
Pegged Hoots and Shoes In nil styles.
CUSTOM WORK
Manufactured for Gents', LndlesV Misses' ami
iiiiuireii s wear.
My exiK'iience of thlrtf t ears warrants mo in
llllllllllCflI!3;
GOOD STOCK AND PERFECT FITS.
Call and seo mo at
No. 13 MERCHANTS' ROW.
mldtf
LHERT W. HIGGINS,
APOTHECARY",
.MERCHANTS' ROW, UNDER HATES HOUSE,
Offers for salo n full stock ot
DRUGS,
-MLIHCINES, AND
CHEMICALS
the finest line of
A N U Y AND TOIL E T GOODS
To bo found In any Drug storo In Vermont
comprising
CLOTH,
HAIR,
RAT,
TOOTH,
AND
NAIL 11RUSIIES, COMBS, Ac.
Pomades and Hair Oils Cosmetlquos and
Toilet Powders, Ac, Ac, Ac.
Just received a large stock ot Traveling and
LUNCH HASKETS,
Which wo offer Low for Cash.
Call and cxamlno our slock ot
FISHING TACKLE,
Which we will guarantco Is tho largest und
' llncst Iu the State. Now Is tho time
to purchase.
DID V0U EVER 111Y
HIGGINS' SUPERIOR COLOGNE WATERT
IT IS THE SKST.
A. W. HIOGIN8,
41 Merchanls' Row RUTLAND, Vt,
may 1,
8. J. II. 11ALLANOE,
Manufacturer of
SWITCHES, CUIILH, FRIZZES, RATI), AND
r INK HAIR J E W E L R Y .
LADIES' COMHINOS STRAIGHTENED.
tfCash paid for good hair.
Rooms over H. W, Marshall's Grocerv store
Grove street, Rutland. maylcwaw '
The Subscriber wishing lo eiitrace In otliei
ills ness iin-pri lili lii'ultii'v,! ?
IIIIANHO.V VILLAGE.
For Sale
This farm formerly known the
ALVIN II. .lONEs PLACE,
is nitiiiiu ii nt, mo rust enii or 1'ark Street. The
, '.. niMiiiii. n u, .inn (i iiii,
dom surpassed. Tho buildings helng (.. ,,!,
cletntlon to afford one of the best, tfews of llfl.
1 .. . '.".. ' 'I'iisiii vinaire, to t,n roiimi.
, Said Farm (oiiliifns EKIRi V ACRES nf n ,, !
i n j innfl .-SS ,lUr W,"C" " ""lltr " '"trl
A lino Gnnleii, Fruit Tre
nre situated iienr lim l,,n-,.
Shrubbery, Ac.
tnl.;1.?.' .!!!!1?' 'HO
. , ." "'"-" '", iiiiiii iiiiiit lain).
lliehousMs wilhln the Coiimrallim HmllR
and in se boo fnciiitii.. ,,r it,n .'... . ... . !!'"....'
passed, I he Graded school nf Hmtiduii being as
gnnd as the siale nffoi'iN. "
tiic lepoiisnaini mile inun the house,
fchnit drive mcr n good nmil. '
iieing tiesli-ous nt disposing or llils nroncrlv
met (Ills til the tlral iir.ii,,,,. I. iii .i. J '" ."
,, rni-,, !,,; . iT.iJ ...iiiI.. . s . nun ic mil
,""", it- ,i" ,- iiiiiii it, j'tt n extra in.
(luceiiieiits to effect n sale In this lime.
i nc purcnnsereaii liny ihe stuck iiml.fannlna
tools ilint nre on the place, or imi, ju,'t n" he
iiuij inuu.se. t ur ttiriner particulars Impure ot
, . '' C DI'.SN, on Hie memlses.
llrniidon, Vt., May 1. ,,'iaj i.i'Cwiiii
ARM FOR SALE.
iiio subserlbci-s oger for sale their farm, sit
tiateii aiiput two miles from the tillatre or llcl
lows mils, on the Chester road, wull known
JOHN CLARK FARM,
Jr?,U1i"".ls f nll,"t, !'"''? hundred nnd fifty acres
of land; twodHcliing houses, mrec liains and
two tenant houses, near Ihe railroad track,
i no tenant houses nre new. The larsro farm
!,'i" 'i.1!'1:' bee',' """Jiuglily repaired mill paint
ed, with new pln7.a In limit and end, new front
mi ,iiiii nint, Ktiosianiiai nnu tasteful
v I . .', ,l,iI,vl,t o- a nesirniiie resiip-jice,
.,.. ,j .iiii't-iuiiiiiisui u tnueor new water nin
from it netcr-falllng rountnln supplies all lb
premises.
OVHR TWO TRUI SAND DOLLARS
hns been expended within the past two t ear
nu ouiiuiiigs nnu fences, besides tho tenant
Sff 'iSmi ', "l! ls nJ,n,tcU 11,0 lsli'"'of
adapted for tobaeco. The land Is now t ndei- n
good state of cultivation, bj hating been fed
o t a large nmmiiit of hay nnd grain tho past
two years : which has been brought on I ho
mTl "at ,l,ltl1 r""'' bas pro:
H er!:,,7 i0?U,l,;l;n '" U tl10 OllllCCt CUt
river and tlie r.nm lay tig westerly, dlt hied Into
pasture nml tillage l.iittCu llh a s( n lelent J 2
il"'01 r,"!','!!c l"-V"'ses. situated mi near
...v .,..llhu. euiiiiin i uii- t tillage erntvin"
more rapidly than any place wllhliUho stn e
am Mil li lis uiillinlted water power, whlcli Is
fast being lmproted, must cuiitlniie t?i increase
i n still larger priiiiorilou In the future-makes
II tho most desirable farm Iu these parts, l'os-
V..Ti T., ". , ""iiL'uiaiety, except, i no m l:
jai l, nnu that In one j ear. Imiulri ot tho tub
ur IV-,,"10 l"i;""'s; or 'Joseph Wilson
I rm of .1. tt llson x Co., near the depot ; or Wll
der A Hopkins, nt West Rupert, Vt. '
WILDER A HOPKINS.
Hollows Falls, May 1, 1S73. myl-ittt
GEORGE C. NEW.MAN,
R E A L i: S T A T F- 1J It 0 K E It
POULTNEY, VT.
Olllee ; Derbt 'a Illoek. 2d Floor Ft nut.
First class vlllnce
"tii .'mm ij luiiii imi ii iii'h. mnrnr-icrnsi
HKijUily
JAblXKi; LAM) IN PITTSFOItl)
. iui mi u (u-rfiii. lino linn mil nml twoniv
onc-lialf milcM mun lMttsfonl viHajre. AtlUross
V" " ililV-IICUtK. 11 111 IT IVllIlntlJll
Itailroarts.
AEKMONT CENTRAL AND RUT-
I i..l. u ll.lll.ltu.tll.s.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
wn a mi nr er .wonii.iv. nee on, icr., ,
.. ,. i ,i, iuiiu,,3, laiiiuiajs excetiiein :
(10INO S0CT1I AND KIST.
and 6:inC) p.'inf"'1 nt 1S:W nnU 4:50 ,n" ani1 ,"10
MAiL. Leave Ogdensburg nt 0:10 p. m., St.
l-or IlenrV M &X. Sn KiE X . !!"
I'cllow.s Falls nt 2:3o p. m., nn u lug nt Netv imi'.
New York -""ewiiiii ; witn sieamer for
NEW YORK EXI'Ili:SS.I.e.,veiK, in..
iImIi?;,,!"?.-; ,1,mr,l!nRt"n 1,1:03 " arriving In
"l '-'tl'llJ-ss.-Leaves Ogdensburg nt 12
,., liattsburg S-.-M p. m., Montical 3:3up. m.,
. Johns 4:60 p. m., St. Albans 7:20 ii. m.. Hurl
m,
fsi. .minis 4:.- n. m., St. A llans 7:20 n. m ltur
lliiL'lon 0:10 n. m.. Kiitiimii iq.mi n i,.'.n.. ..
Falls, 3:25 a. m., arriving ut New London nt 11:15
MIXED TRAIN. Lent es l'.iirtliictni, nt
,'t ,r "enry 2:uu p. in., arming in Rutland
.. ..... i. in. iAniL-3 iuiiiiiiui ni 4:ii a. m nel
lows Fulls .:I5 a. m., (accommodation train), nr.
riving at New London nt 6:10 p. m.
M IXED TRAIN. Lent es Rut land nt 5:00 p. in.,
nrrlt lng In Hellows Falls at :S0 n. m.
C0INO NOIITII.
Leaves Rutland at 1:60 nml r.ioo n m nn,t
-MAiL.Leaics New London nt 6:no n. m,
if i I ... ' "usion i:au a. in., Ilellous
Fulls 12 m Rutland 2:so p.m., nrrltlng nt 1'urt
Ilenrv nt 7:35 ,, in . lln,Yl,,,n,,,. .... "".
Alhnriu cm ..... A ...I. ,l'.1.'
, 1-. ;'iuii,i-iu ir, ii. in utiens
burg 1:45 a. m making connections Willi trains
iui uiu ii esi,
EXPRESS Leatcs Rutland nt 6:05 p. m., nr
rlvlneat Port iiciirvnt.Teun i s,
0:15 p. m. " 1 ui
o3'1'1' EXl'Ii-I-cates New Ixmdon nt
2:4.1 p. IU., SDI'lngtlelll nt S:10 11. Ill . cnnneclt,,..
tt 1th train leat lug New York at 3:no p. m., net
,X.r, V. " lu, i-uinieeiiiig witn train
lent lng Hoston nt6:P,o . m., Rutland lao a. m.,
Hurllngton 4:60 a. iii St. Albans C:2o, aniting
In Montreal nt9:45n. m . t'i.,iitt,r,- i , . b
i'r'!,1!,0.11"1,''' t 12:'"' I'. !., connecting witi!
MIXED TRAIN 'i.c.ivcm Tliitlml t K.nn. ...
arriving nt Port Henry nt ii:5i) a. m. Leave llur
llngton at 0:(K a. in., St. Albans 12:00 m., nrrlv
3''!o t" msdens,,Jl"'1'' ,lt S:10 1'- '" n"d St, Johns nl
MIXED TRAIN' Icnvoq llnltmvc i'niio i..,.
a. m., arriving In Rutland nt !):oo a. in.
B.m'-'?SIt'i0f,'A'riV.N',TU'a,c3 'ew I-ondonat
8:10 a. m., Hellows I'alls5:35 p.m., (mixed train 1
arriving in Ruilaud nt s:35 p! m. '
neirnV'l?ell'1!?iOcI!u,'llnst0,n K0,llf c'' for Mont
pe ller, Ac, nt 0:55 n in., 12:30 p. m. nnd 7:45 p. m.
a ruins leavo Hellows Falls going north fur
Whlto River Junction, Ac, at sSo" Tin. nd
12:oo m., nnd 6:35 nnd 11:20 p. in.
u.(;S;,iiKCT,0Ys-,TA,t llulland with Rensselaer &
Saratoga and Harlem Extension Railroads; nt
Hellows Falls Willi Cheshire Railroad; at South
ernon with Connecticut. Itlver it.,iiin,i
e"Sleeplng eara aro attached to night trains
between St. Albans nnd Troy, and lliirllngton
UlLl.b .MI.KltiLL,
St. Albans. Vt.. Sept. soth, 1S72. "Cn'1 buvU
J.JA11LE.M EXTr-NSION RAILROAD.
CHANGE OI'1 TIME,
1SI2.
FALL ARRANGEMENTS.
On and after 'Sunday, October 20th, 1S72, trains
111 run ns follows:
MIXED. Leaves Ittitliitiil nt. a-na n ca
nectlng at stoto Ltno with train for Troy.
MAIL. Leatcs Rutland 0.05 n. in., nndmak
lng dose connections nt Chatham 4 Corners
Idtli Ira no fft- Vnit. Vn-l. ....
...... ......... .... ., -nu.,,!,. iiuiisuii, llllll
both east nnd west on II. A- A. It. R.
MIXED. Lent o Rutland at 2.20 p. in., to Hen
ntngton nnd Trov.
SUNDAY -MILK TRAIN (with passenger car
attached). Leaves Rutland at s.oo n. m.
r a r h ,
Rutland to New Yoik . . . . as m
io Aiuany, .... s no
to Hudson, .... a oo
tNo lay over checks given.
ARRIVE AT RUTLAND.
Mall. 10.00 11.
in.; Mixed, l2.to p. m.; mixed,
60 p. 111.
1'. C. WHITE, supt.
mayldiwtf
Rutland, Oct. 19. 1S72.
Use Iteiinc's Paiii-Klllliig Music OIL
" ( trortu fftii a Charm,"
Safe lo uso and delicious to euro Colds.
Safe to uso and delicious to cure cramps.
Sato to uso and delicious to cure Catarrh,
Safe to uso and delicious to cure Contusions
Safe to uso unit delicious to euro cntie
Safe to uso and delicious to euro Croup
Safe to uso and delicious to cure Cough.
For Soro Throat, mix Hen tie's vnirM nu -i,i
uter, and use for gargling tim iinnnt. nmi in
severe cases swatho the throat ut bed llmo with
throe, or four thicknesses ot llunnelwet with
the Jingle OIL This pretents bronchial dim.
culty, nml cures canker In tho Throat and
stomach, and promotes digestion.
Rcnno's l'aln-Kllllng Magic oil-Neuralgia.
Iteniie'sl'aln-KllllngMagloOll-Rheumutlsni,
Rcnno's l'aln-Kllllng Maglo oil sciatica.
Rcnno's lMln-KIIIIng Maglo Oll-Chllblalns.
Rcnno's l'aln-Kllllng Maglo oil Sprains.
Rcnno's l'aln-Kllllng Maglo oil Headache.
Rcnno's l'alii-Kllllug Maglo on Toothache,
Ho suro and get tho genuine. Sold by nil lion
C8tnnd prosperous diugglsts, merchants nnd
grocers. Manufactured only by WM. RENNE
t SONS, littstleld, -Mass.
PRUNELLAS, PRUNES, CHERRIES,
Peaches, HlookbcrriCH, Raspberrles.l'lums
Huckleberries. Also, all kinds of fruits in cans,
for salo at
1L W. MARSHALL
mayldAwiy
Groto street, Rutland, vt.
BATTY'S N A 11 OH PIOKLES.
Crossp k lilncktvcll'B Pickles, Hnlford's
Worcestershire Sauce, Nabob Sauce, lit fact
nearly all kinds of English pickles ran be found
ntmyi,uwiy. w
gnt (Oood.5.
n A. I'AHKHl'ltST CO.,
Extensile Dealers In
i,iii.iii. a,mi jiotiLSTH' DRY (iinil)l
FANCY GOODS,
And n complete assortment of
NOTIONS AND SMALL WAIIE,
M MERCHANTS' ROW, RI TLANH
v.:
;ourDTtV''(',o'!;:sr.('st,ru,,' ,ii,ic" ,o
We have the Rest Rargalns In
I) It E S S G O o I) S,
H E A V T I F V I, S 1 1. K S.
An extensile assortment of
WOOLENS
For .Men nnd Hoys' wear.
DOMESTICS,
SHAWLS,
GLOVES, Ac.
KIDS at ll.oo, 11.25, $1.50, fl.75 Per Pair.
Call for the JACQUELINE CORSET best lltllii"
Lliou li.
Our prices nre sure to glvo sat Israel Ion.
C. A. PARKIIURST A CO.,
RUTI.IND, VT.
mnjldtf
gl'RING GOODS. SPRING GOODS.
KINSMAN A ROSS
(menSrt",S,"J; ,0.V10 1.1,"JIC, Uuit how
DRESS GOODS.
SHAWLS.
COTTONS, PRINTS,
TANCY GOODS,
NOTIONS,
1IOMERY, GLOVES, Ac,
An elegant line of
SILK AND WOOL POPLINS
CHEAP.
Agents fur
HUTTERICK'S CELEBRATED PATTERNS
Cal and examine our new line of goods.
And oblige.
Yours npcctrully,
KINSMAN A ROSS
myldsm No. 3 Merchants' Row, Rutland.
CP0-
W. HILLIARD,
37 MERCHANTS' ROW.
00,000 IN DRY GOODS ! ! .'
Largest assortment of DRESS GOODS Iu
Rutland.
6oo Different style DRESS GOODS-25 cents
tojl.uoperyard.
10O pieces ALPACCAS and HRILLIANTEE S
Ml Shades of IRISH POPLINS.
Assortment of JAPANESE POPLINS
3O0 Different Style SHAWLS,
PAISLEY,
I.ACE,
SHETL.NI
NOTTINGHAM LACE.
100 pieces Cloths for Suits and Hoy's Wear.
NUT. MNP.
MOURNING GOODS
RED TAIII.E DAMASK,
IWIIITE TABLE DAMASK,,
AND NAPKINS.
C?rNono should fail to clvo us a e.itl hefnm
bUJ lng.
GEO. W. HILLIARD,
Merchants' Row,
.Mayldtf
RUTLAND.
J U R T & S II E R M A N
Offer another lot ot thoso elegant
BLACK SILKS.
Nino qualities In Stewart's Household Brands.
JAPANESE SILKS.
50c, Yalta 75c; 60c, valuo 76c; 60c, value "W.
25 yards for 1260.
4,000 yards
NEW DRESS GOODS
for tho Twcnty-ilvo Cent counter.
1,000 yards
4-4 Striped nnd Polka Dot rercale, ISc. Ono to
ten yard pieces. Valuo 2ie.
4,000 yards
Patent Blooming Black Mohair, 6.W., coc, 70c.
ooo yarSs
Aus. crnpe. Tnmlse, 0-4 Wool Delaine, Crctonc,
l'arlsleune, Bombailne, Drap do Tae.
batlne. Canton Grenadine,
loo doz. Puro Linen Handkerchiefs, eve
i,ooo In
iaisij:y snAWLs,
Scarfs and Striped Ottoman Shawls ot tho'
choicest styles.
3,ooo In
Alexandre's Kid Gloves, one, two and three
buttons.
600 doz.
One-half, Throe-fourths and Full Hose, In Iron'
frame, for ladles, misses and children.
NEW (inntw A, ls civufl, a v,,? i,,vn
RECEIVEI). u-","w " '
It lS nOXt tO lmnnfiftliantn mmillnn n olvlAAntli
partofourbtocktnthosmnll space of quarter
.....,i. vuiuu nnu 100K oter 1110 Hiuti. 111
your leisure,
Tho largest, lightest and best located store,
and finest variety of Dry Goods, this sldo of thu
largo elites. All from X. T. Stewart & Co., the
lowest price house, best goods, and most relia
ble firm In tho world.
May 1, wis.
BURT & SHERMAN.
ihS J i "' "'forming Ihe trading
I HI, Ic hat. It Is our aim to keep the bi st seleet
Z!l'!Kkl'J """d' "' "ur 11110 "' -' 'o'd In Ihe
si, , e .' ,'!ro "'"''n'dly replenishing iSr
I , SLV 11 ", Principal Staple Novellft. ot
Ihe Season, iinl in, mn. t''ail,t.)i.i.,nn.., .r..
iiiymiu

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