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RUTLAND, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1873.
r0L. 1....N0. 20.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
Watches and cwttry.
P E It A II O U S E,
(). T. C It O S S,
Manufacturer of and Dealer In
VINISIIINO U'MIIEH, MHSOLnM. I.ATH,
CLAl'HOAHDS, AND SPIll CE Ll'MIll-H,
DOORS, SAHII, llt.INDS MOULD
!N(IH, iihackets. WIN
Scroll Sawing of nil kinds Planing, Matching
nnd (Hazing ilono to order. Yard and .Mill Cor
ner ot I'nlon nnd Furnace Streets, near Krcliflit
Depot, llutland, Vt. MayldAw3in.
1J 1! O IC K It ,
it 11no.11 stuv.kt, .v:ir voiik.
Stocks, Oovcrnmchtsnnd Hold bought and sold
t7T Interest allowed on deposits. ma12dtf
a II. M o n i: H O V S K,
Opposite Central House - - RUTLAND, Vt.
RUTLAND MANl'FACTt'RINO COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SKAT CIIAIKS, 11ED
S1TADS AND CHA1K STOCK.
Comer of West and forest Sts,
ATwooi), Agt. ('. C. ltratit.ES", Treas.
J IC I N U ,
.Manufacturer and wholesale and retail dealer In
SASH, DOOltS, I1I.INDS,
5tOrl.DI.NOS, IlltACKETS, AND HOUSE FUll
OF KVKKY PKSCliHTION.
FfllNACK STItKKT, HUTLANll, VT.
Orders hy mall or otherwise promptly attend
ed to. myldtf
.1. J. OUINDON,
11 L A C K S 51 I T II .
Particular attention paid to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted. Shop on
WK3T ST., NF.AK OUVEIl MARBLE WORKS,
majidJm RUTLAND, VT.
norsn, sion and ornamental painter,
(1KA1N1NO AND DECORATING, IN AU. STYLUS.
Kalsomlnlngnnd Hard Wood Finishing, dialing
and Glass Staining.
Marten's New Building. Center Street,
Rutland, Vt. mnyidlm
LINCOLN IRON WORKS.
Marble Mill and Hoisting Machinery ot tlio
inost Improved construction. Derricks nnd
pumping machinery, castings nnd general ma
Steel and Iron Wlro Rope at Manufacturer's
Rutland. Vt., May 1, 1673. mayldtf
A. II. II A AV LEY,
coxtractor axd practical slater,
Ho Is prepared to do all work promptly nnil
well. Orders can bo left nt .1. E. Olynn's store
on Merchants' Row, or at tlio llardwell House.
llrereneeH Rockwood Harrctt, Rutland : L. M.
Mason, President of First National Hank, De
troit, Michigan; Hon. J. M. Marvin, Saratoga
hotels ami Sitting grtoomis.
JyVKE DUNM.ORE HOUSE,
E. I'. HITCHCOCK, Pitoi-iMETni:.
J, W. J'OHTER. 21AXAtir.il.
This well known and popular Hotel, situated
on tho shores of Lako Duninore, has been re
cently put In thorough repair. Several now
Cottages havo been built nnd newly furnished,
and will bo opened Juno 1st, for the reception of
boarders and tourists. may23dtf
A HI) WELL HOUSE.
CHAMTOS & S A I. S IJ U R Y
Tho I1ARDWEI.L HOUSE is located opposlto
tho Depot and has long been favorably known
tn tho Iravcllnir nubile. It has been recently
Improved, now affording tho best nnd most
amplo uccommodatlon to guests.
Tho TAHLE will bo supplied with all tho
luxuries of the Season, and every attention will
bo paid to tno comiort oi its patrons.
In tho future, ns In tho past, tho Proprietors
Intend to mako It n tlrst-class Houso affording
nil tlio comforts of a homo to tho traveler. Tho
public patronage is soucitcu.
A 0001) LIVERY In connection with tho
Attentive I'OHTEItS will lio found at the
uenot, on lho arrival ot on trains.
J. V. CllAHTON, J. A. BALSBUitY,
V A 11 M EH S ' HOTEL,
A FIRST CLASS
"II E A T 31 A It K E T
IK 1I0TKL IIUII.DIXO.
taiayldsin J. E. JOHNSON, rnoniiF.TOn.
J. V. STINSON'S
J) I N I N G
A L L ,
(iulnn's Mock, opvoslto tho Depot,
JIUTLAND, . VERMONT.
xVarm Meals berved nt nil hours of tho day
3. W. FISHER'S
N E W I) x' N 1 N 15 51 8
Central Houso Ilk. Merchants' Mow,
Warm Meals served at all .ura ' "IV,!?
NEW DINING- II ALL,
In rooms formerly occupied by J, W. Fisher;
KINOSLHY St BPRAOUE'S 1IT.0CK, f
WARM MEALS bllltVEIl AT ALL 1I0UIIS.
rPKAS, from fiO cents to 1.75; nlso fresh
X Ground COFFEE, nt
H. W. MARSHALL'S
mayldiwly Corner of Grovo and West sts.
17 p. HIDLON, next door to Itcrwlck
11. Hotel, center streot. has opened n new
and choice lino of FANCY GOODS, which ho Is
prepared to offer nt his usual low prices,
JiAGE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
The Subscriber wishing to engago In oilier
business oITers his RESIDENCE nnd FARM,
'or Sale. Thl3 farm formerly known las tho
ALVIN II. JONES PLACE,
Is situated nt the east end of Park Street. The
view from tho residence Is grand nnd but rcI
dom surpassed. Tho buildings being on enough
elevation to nnord one ot lho best lews ot this
pleasant and enterprising Milage, In bo found.
Said Farm contains EU1IITY ACHES of choice
land, a greater part of which Is under n high
state ot cultivation.
A lino Oardcn, Fruit Trees, Shrubbery, 4c,
are situated near the house.
This Farm is a school i.oi, inus innKing tno
taxes on It much lower than other land.
Tlio house Is within tlio Corporation limits,
nnil the school facilities of tho s.imo nro unsur
passed, tho Ornded School of Brandon being ns
good ns tho stnto arrords.
Tlio Depot Is half n inllo from tho house, a
short drlvo over n good road.
llelng desirous of disposing ot this property
protons to tho llrst of June, will gltc some ono
n rare bnrgnln, ns ho Is willing to give extra In
ducements to elTcct a sale In this time.
The purchaser can buy the stock nnd,farmlng
tools that are on tho place, or not, Just ns he
may cnoose. ror iuriner particulars impure ui
C. C. DUNN, on tho premises.
jiranuon, ., .May I. iiiayiinvwim
JfARM VOW SALE.
The subscribers offer for sale their farm, sit
uated about two miles from the Milage ot Hol
lows Falls, on the Chester road, well known
JOHN CLARK FARM,
Containing about tlirco hundred nnd fifty nci es
of land; two dwelling houses, three barns and
two tenant houses, near tho railroad track.
Tho tenant houses nro new. Tho largo farm
house has been thoroughly repaired nnd palnt-
i-u, nun jiv .v ihu.iu lit Hunt aim i-iiu, new noill
fence, nil In tlio most substantial nnd tusterul
manner, making It a desirable residence.
Nearly three-fourths ot a mllo of new water plpo
from a never-falling fountain supplies all tlio
OVER TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
has been expended within tho past two jcars
on buildings nnd fences, besides tho tenant
houses. Tho land Is adapted to lho raising of
all kinds of crops. Some lltty acres are well
adapted for tobacco. Tho land Is now under a
goou state oi cultivation, by having been fed
out n largo amount ot hay and grain the past
two years, which has been brought on t lie
place, besides that which tho farm has pro
duced. Tho eastern line Is the Connecticut
river and tho farm laying westerly, divided Into
pasture and tlllago land, with a Miniclcnt buji
ply ot wood for the premises, situated so near
tho village ot Hollows Falls a Milage growing
moro rapidly than any placo within tho state,
and with Its unlimited water power, which Is
iust uciug iiupruvcu, must coiuinuc 10 increaso
In a still larger proportion In tho future makes
It the most desirable farm In these mils. Pos
session given immediately, except tho mill
yard, and that In one year. Inquire of tho sub
scribers on tho premises; or Joseph Wilson,
firm of .1. Wilson A- Co., near tho depot; or Wil
der & Hopkins, nt West Rupert, Vt,
WILDER & HOPKINS.
Hollows Falls, May 1, 1S73. myt-dl f
GEORGE 0. NEWMAN,
R E A L E S T A T E It It 0 K E R ,
Ofllco : Derby's Block, 2d Floor Front.
First class vlllatro and farm oronort v for sale
and to let. Money to loan on notes, mortgages,
llfo policies and other approved securities.
PASTURE LAND IN P1TTSF0HD
For snlo or rent. Ono hundred nnd twenty-
tlvo acres of tine PASTURE land located ono an l
one-half miles from Plttsford Village. Address
or call on E. P. HITCHCOCK, under Nntloml
Hank ot Rutland, Rutland. Vt. Mayltf
VERMONT CENTRAL AND HUT
On and after Monday. Dec. Dili. 1S7'2. tr.nlna
will run as follows, (Sundays excepted) :
00INI1 BOUTII ANU EAST.
Leavo Rutland nt 12:50 nnd 4:30 a. m.. nnil 12:1n
and r,:ou p. m.
.MAij.. lA-nvu uguunsuurg at ii:iu p. m., St.
Albans at 0:20 n. in.. Burlington nt b:10 n. m..
Port Henry nt 8:35 n. in., Rutland nt 12:10 p. m.,
Bellows Fulls at 2:30 p. in., arriving nt New Lon
don nt 9:20 n. m.. connectlntr with steamer for
NEW YORK EXPRESS. Leaves St Albans nt
8:30 n. in., Burlington 10:03 n. m., arriving In
jvuiiuim at iz:imi if. in.
NIGHT EX PRESS. Leaves Otrdensburir at 12
m., Plattsburg 3:30 p. m Montreal 0::w ji. in.,
St. Johns 4:50 p.m., St. Albans 7:2u p. m., Bur
lington 0:10 p. in., llutland 12:50 a. m., BcIIowh
Falls, 3:25 a. in., arriving at New London at 11:15
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Burlington nt 2:20 p.
m., Port Henry 2:00 p. m., nrrlvlng In Rutland
nt 7:15 p. in. Leaves Rutland at 4:30 a. in., Bel
lows Falls 7:45 a. m., (accommodation train), ar
riving at New London at 5:10 p. in.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Rutland nt 5:00 p. m.,
nrrlvlng In Bellows Fnlls at 0:20 p. m.
Leaves Rutland at 1:50 and 5:00 a. m.. and 2:30
unu d:u3 p. in.
MAIL. Lcnves New London nt 5:00 n. m..
Sprlnglleld 6:00 a. in., Boston 7:30 n. m Hollows
runs 1 in., uuuanu x:au n. m., arriving at i'ori
iitm j ut t. p. ui., iiui uiiKiuu u:u ill., ni,
Albans 0:10 p. m., Montreal 0:15 p. m., Ogdens
burg 1:45 a. m., making connections with trains
iur lliu ehi.
EXPRESS Leaves llutland nt 5:05 n. m.. nr.
riving at Port Henry at 7:35 p. in., bt. Albans nt
5:15 p. m.
NIGHT EXPRESS, Leaves New I)ndon nt
2:45 p. m., spnngneid nt 8:io p. m., connecting
with trntn lenvluc New Y'ork at S-.m n. in.. Bel
lows Fnlls 11:20 p. in., connecting with train
ICUYIIlir IHJbLOIl UL U MU I . in., uuuanu i::i n. in..
Burlington 4:50 n. in., St. Albans 6:20, nrrlMng
in .uuuiicui ut u:iq u. in., i luuquiiiK nt iz:uu III.,
and Ogdensburif nt 12:45 p. m., connecting with
MIXED TRAIN.' Leaves Rutland nt 6:00 a. m.
nrrlvlng nt Port Henry nt 0:50 n. in. Lenvo Ilur
llngton at 0:oo a. m., St. Albans 12:00 in., nniv-
iuk iu uueiiauurg ut :iu p. m. uuu ot. douns at
3:50 ti. m.
MIXKD TRAIN. Leaves Bellows Falls at 4:50
a. m.. arrlvlntr In nullum) nr. o:oo n. m.
ACCOMMODATION. Leaves New Iindon at
o:iu a. in., ueuows rails 5:35 p. in., (mixed train,)
in 1 1 , n . Jiuiiuiiu ut o;o l. III.
Trains leavo Burlington going east, for Mont
poller. A'C. lit 6:55 n. m.. 12:30 n. m. nnd 7-4K n. n,
Trains lenvo Bellows Falls going north, for
iniu iwvi-i duiitiiuii, A.C, ut b:uu u. in. unit
12:00 in., and 5:35 nnd 11:20 n. m.
connections. At Rutland with Rensselaer &
Saratoga and Hnrlem Extension Railroads; nt
Hollows Fnlls with ChoHhlro Railroad ; nt South
Vernon with Connecticut River Railroad.
Sf'Sleenlng cars nro attached to night trains
between bt. Albans and Troy, and Burlington
and Boston. GYLES MEintll.I,
St, Albans. Vt., Sept. Both, 1872.
ARLEM EXTENSION RAILROAD,
CHAN OK OF TIME
FALL ARRANGEMENTS. 1872,
on nnd after Sunday, october20th, 1872, trains
win run us luuons :
MIXED. Leaves Rutland nt 8:00 a.m., con
iicctliip nt Stnto Lino with train for Trov.
MAIL. Leaves Rutland 0.05 a. in., nndmak,
lng closo connections nt Chatham 4 Corners
wllh trains lor Now York, Albany, Hudson, and
uoin east anu west on ii. A. it. it.
MIXED. Leavo Rutland at 2.20 p. m., to Ben
ltlneton nnd Trnv.
SUNDAY MILK TRAIN (with passenger car
utiutiu;uj. i'uves ituiianu at b.uu u. hi.
Rutland to New York - - - $5 to
" to Albany, .... a 00
" to Hudson, .... 3 oo
t"No lay over checks gl en.
ARRIVE AT RUTLAND.
Mall, 10.00 p. in.; Mixed, 12.10 p. in.; mixed.
i.UU ll 111.
V, C. WHITE, Supt.
nutland, Oct. 19, 1872. inayld&wtf
"MMIE REST SHIRTS I EVER HAD,
i This Is what they say of
E. N. MEltRIAM'S PERFECT FITTING, SHIUTS,
milK PIANO SELECTED FOR USJi
Jrt tho m S'
nmmifi.r.m PTMTNKR. flllKRRIES.
JT Peaches, Hlockbcrrles, Ra8pbcrrics,liuins
Huckleberries'. Also, o.UnoUmt Hlncma,
for Bale at H. W. MARSHALL,
mayldtwly Grovo street, Rutland, Vt.
BATTY'8 N A It OR PIOKIjEH,
Crosse ffi Blackwell's Tickles, Hiillord s
Worcestershire Hauce, Nabob Sauce, in fact
nearly ull kind of English Pickles ii bo found
at B. W. MARSHALL a
-y- 12 EKB & HA R It E R
AT NO. 1, OPERA HOUSE BLOCK,
Keep a full assortment of tho following
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
FRENCH CHINA WARE,
TABLE OLASS WARE,
SILVER PLATED WARE,
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
TASSELS AND CORDS,
LAMPS AND LANTERS,
Wholesale and Retail,
LAMP CHIMNEYS nnd BURNERS,
Wholesale and Retail.
MATTRA8SES nnd I.OUNOES, and
mayldtf DONE TO ORDER.
HURNIIAM & TEMPLE.
We are Airenls for the following llrst class
Fire Insurance Companies.
Home, N, W,
Insuranco of No. America, Phlla,
Phenlx. N. Y
These aro the best known ot all tho companies
represented In Rutland, nnd slnco wo have
renrpinleil them tliev l,nr, iidi'il iiior vionev to
thu citizens of Rutland nnd Mclnlty than all
This record proves their stability and their
willingness to pay all proper claims.
Wn conildontlv exnect a conttnuanco of the
liberal patronage which theso companies have
V uiu I i ll) until t tnu nutuua 1.111; uuu hl
. T 1 . n l...,tn.
eiuent iiiiuiunuu luiiiiiuiij , u kiiu ii utnu
and cheaper policy than any other Llfo com-
Call and see.
T,MiviiAf i. ippmir i'
Ofllce, Opera House, Rutland, vt.
HARRY W. NYE'S
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY,
No. 4, Merchants' Row, Rutland, Vt.
GENERAL AGT -ETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Flro Insuranco In First Class Companies.
J C. LEWIS,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, TOILET
ARTICLES, FANCY GOODS, LADIES'
BASKETS, ARTISTS' MATERIAL,
FAINTS, OIL, PAINTERS'
RUSH, WINDOW GLASS,
PUTTY, to., ic.
And tho best goods In mvllno tho market
nnorus aro my specialties, prices rcasonaDie,
in I'uusiueruiiuu ui quality
EWPRESCRIPTION3 carefully and correctly
NO. 2 MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND,
Invites tho ladles to call and oxamlno n Bplcn
uiu usauruiicut vi
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED.
lilllllONS, LACE VEILS AND RAMIES,
Thread nnd Oulpuro Laces, Swiss Tics, Zephyr
mill orsteu j-.muruiui'rieH, jimnuuig
Edgings, Possamcntcrles, Hair
Switches and Curls,
And a full lino ot
LADIES' AND INFANTS' UNDERWEAR,
And many novelties too numerous to mention,
QOAL, COAL, COAL.
Wo aro now receiving direct from mines tho
Delaware it Hudson Canal Company's Coal by
rail, and nro prepared to furnish it In largo or
small quantities. Wo also Intend to keep n
largo supply of Lehigh and Cumberland Coal
constantly on hand, and ot a superior quality,
Thankful for tlio liberal patronago received tho
past year, wo ask a contlnuanco ot tho samo.
We nro not allowed to glvo tlmo on purchases
of coal after this dale. All orders must bo ac
companied by cash. Thoso having unsettled
accounts aro requested to call and scttlo tho
samo at once, onico and yard at A. F, Davis
Building, opposlto Freight Depot,
mldtf PUTNAM A: CURTIS,
AILY STAGE BETWEEN
LAND ANU NTUCKUIUUUK.
Arrive at Rutland Urn., leavo Rutland 1:00 p.tn,
' starting from tlio llardwell House.
trtr- connections nt Stockbrldgo with Btnges
iur jiocncsicr anu iietiiei.
my2JdSm J. E. WHITCOMii, rrop'r.
'J vnrv onMO i rnr nnln nt.
U. W. MAUSHALL'S'S,
A T E S ' HOUSE CORNER.
MASON f JERKOWSKI
Havo Just opened tho largest stock oi
C L O T H I N O
Eer brought to Vermont. Cast off your oiu
clothes and buy ono of our
hti'Msh srnrxa suits.
We havo them for all prices, and wilt sell any
thing In our line
TWENTY PER CENT. CHEAPER
Thnn any other Btoro In the State. Don't go to
a Btoro whero their stock has been handled
over, J ear after year. Comowhoroeverythlngls
FRESH AND NEW-NOTIIINO OLD,
A glance at our stock ot
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Will convince you that tho Bates Houso Corner
o Is the only Ma
r place where the Mock of theso
goods are complete.
LMIlF.S" AXD nllXTb" TRAVELISO tlAHS
ot every description.
HATS AND CAPS
Aro a leading nrtlclo with us, nnd this ac
counts lor our
Of every stylo and price. If you wish anything
In our line, call and get our prices; they will
convince vou where to bur.
MASON & JERKOWSKI,
43 Merchants' Row, under the Bates' Houso,
P It I N G O P E NINO
OPERA CLOTHING, BOOT AND SHOE
E M P O R I U M ,
Meuciiants' Row, ... Rutland, Vt.
WATKINS & CADY
lave lust received from New York and Uostou
Markets ono ot tho tlnost lines of Clothing ever
exhibited by any Merchant this sldo of Mondon
or New York, consisting of
MENS' BOYS' AND YOUTHS' SUIT1NOS
Of every descrIpllon,manufacturcd from
FINE ENGLISH CLOTHS,
Down to a Cheap Cherry Valley.
HOYS CLOTHING A specialty.
FUHNISllINd GOODS DEPAUTMENT COMPLETE,
Our Boot and Shoo department consists oi an
tho latest novelties of the season.-;
vivn bnmtrpil nnil twpntv-llvn trunks, very
low, having been bought before tho rlso In gold.
Two hundred and live pairs Womcns' Side
Lnco Boots, is thread, at 12. Sizes from 2 to 4.
One hundred and three pairs Womcns Boots,
button, 10 thread, at f 1.C5.
Two hundred pairs Mens' Rubber Boots, all
kinds, at $3.co.
In every department. Trouble to commence nt
i a. m. uuu cuminue uiuu v p. in.
F. W. WATKINS,
WM. P. Cadv
BAXTER NATIONAL BANK,
II. IIenhy Baxteii.
J. V. CltAMTON,
N. T. SriiAuuE, Jn.
W, C. DUNTON,
W. C. I.ANDON.
II. F. LOTHKOF,
1. N. Baxteii,
T. W. Pakic,
GEO. E. Royce,
GE0I1OK R. BOTTUU,
Mado and remlttod for at Lowest Urates.
INTKKEST ALLOWED ON TIME PErOSITS.
A general Banking and Exchango business
II. IIENHY IlAXTEK, PreSt. J. N. BAXTKlt, V. PfCSt,
Geokqk It. Bottum, Cashier.
A I N T S
S I G N, S
O T FOR (SALE
Tlhh JAXVARY 1, 1874.
Most pcoplo advertise to tell tho public what
they havo to sell. Wo are compelled to reverso
tho rule, to answer all further Inquiries, and
say tuut uu
KXTIiA EARLY VHIiMONT POTATOES
Aro now forsalo by myself or Bon. Thoso who
want them for this bcason's cultivation must
apply to B. K. Bliss & sons, No. 23, Park Place
New York. Price, f l,oo per pound, t3.su for four
pouuuH. oeut ireu ujr uiuu.
Rutland, May 6, 1873.
CJHOW CASES, CORNER, CLOCK
lj and Mantle Shelves mado to order, with
nam or juouiuea euges. miAum. ! naweu in
uuicrciit btyics ut uiiAiuiuiin n
NEW MOULDINGS FOR PICTURE
Framing, Chromos, Lithographs, and
Engravings at DEARBORN'S
nURTAIN CORNICES OF BLACK
VJ walnut, or all ant, mado to order. Cur.
lain lungs, iiissois aim coras. iiitAiinuun n
"TVEARBORN 18 AGENT FOR GARD
XJ NER'8 Perforated ChalrSeat, forrenovnt-
ing over caa-riag or hush uouom cuairs.
Pleaso to call and see them.
Grovo Block RUTLAND, VT.
milE BEST SEWING MACHINE IN
L tho world. Wo havo tried them. Can 1)0
Had at a. n jucmuAJu 0,
BAILEY tt P ARM ENTERS
S I L V E R S M I T H S .
We hnvn tbn Inrirost nnd best. nsMnrtment nf
Watches ever offered In this market.
In largo supply, embracing every variety of
stylo desirable for Ladles' or Gciitlemcns' wear.
.1 E W E L R Y ,
. In rich abundance, and moro coming,
BII.VEll I'LATED AND STEEL, FOR TABLE USE.
Our stock Is large, and wo sell nt low prices.
SILVER SI'OONS OF OCR OWN MANUFACTURE.
ROGERS' BROTHERS PLATED FORKS
Tea Sets, Castors, ire, all tho best.
To fit thoso who cannot seo well.
A new thing without frnmes. Very desirable.
Call and seo for yourselves at
BAILEY AND PARMENTERS',
17 MEUCIIANTS' now.
n onn vkwi
WATCHES CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE,
-MARSHALL & CADY'S.
Who havo lust received a lnnro and elegant
stock, open cases with Hat glasses, In both
Swiss nnd American, key and stem winders.
NEW ASSORTMENT OF CHAINS,
GOLD SETS, RINGS, PINS, AC.
Solid Silver and Silver Plated Ware.
A fine line of Black Jewelry In horn nnd Jet.
Call at the old stand of Clark Bros. A-Marshall,
corner Merchants' Row and West street.
mayiu.'m -Marshall k cadv.
ADAMS & SON HAVE A NICE
WATCHES AND CHAINS,
JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SPECTACLES,
GUNS, CARTRIDGES, RASORS,
SOLID SILVEIl AND BILVEll PLATED WAKE.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY
Repaired In n workmanllko manner, and en,
gravlnir executed neutlv.
Our customers will llnd us over C. A. Park
hurst's store, up ono flight ot btalrs, where our
rents como cheap, and wo can glvo our patrons
liiu ueiioiit ui it in uur low price.
Call and boo us nt your earliest convenience.
ADAMS AND SON,
No. 31J- Meuciiants' Row, Up Staiks.
L L I N G F O R D
a. ii I'll & son
Will open on Monday, May 6th, tho new
uhi mill Biuii'. minu mil im ui9nujvu uu
elegant stock of Pattern Hats, Ribbons, Flow
ers, Frames, Hats, Ac. New York Goods at
v uiiingioru prices, aisu jilcus uuu iwjw nuts
uuvuig eniargcu anu improveu our
CLOTHING ROOM, .
Wo shall onen on tho samo day. our Spring
MENS'. BOYS' AND CUILDBEN3' SUITS.
Can glvo a good business suit for tio, and wo
have a good line ot liner good. Elegant coats
nnu vests ana xsooDy rauis.swo nave remoa
And can now offer a full stock ot Ladles'.Mlsscs'
and Children's Shoes, liuDuers nna sup
pers; also. Men's and Boys'
Boots and Shoes.
Wo havo a now lot of
0 R 0 0 K E It Y
To open ; also In stock, Glassware, Hardware,
uruss Bt'eu uuu riuur. nv tuu Knu mvi uua
GROCERIES AND FAMILY SUPPLIES.
Como nnd get 8 lbs. of tho best whlt8iigar for
tl, uuu guuu uupuil lira iur ui icuio. ti, u
havusomo not as good for 60 cents.) But wo
cannot glvo you a list of our goods or prices, so
you must can on us nnu seo ior yourselves.
A. HILL & SON,
W A L L I N G F 0 R D
J, PHICHARI), PltOPBIKTOH.
CHARCOAL PIG IRON,
I'lTTSFORD, VT. mayliUm
nuii i; i' i v ii u w ill r A xx l ,
PUHLISHERS PRINTERS, STATIONERS
MASK HOOK MASUt'ACTURKUS,
Having purchased tho Wholesale, Paper nnd
StnUoncry business ot II. A. Sawyer, nnd tho
Printing business of Jas. K. Mc Ian, with tho
addition ot a complete Hook-Bindery, they havo
consolidated tho whole Into ono business, and
moved tho same Into tho now nnd commodious
Globo Building," erected especially for tho
use of tho Company.
With one of tho most complete Printing De
partments ot any establishment In tho State,
under the supervision of ono ot tho best practical
printers In tho country, they aro prepared to do
all kinds of plain nnd ornamental work In the
most approved manner and on short notlco.
Our Jobbing Department will comprlso full
lines of Writing Papers, ;both folded and Hat,
Envelopes, (Note, Letter and Ofllclal,) Blank
Books of every description, School Books,
Slates, Pans, Tenclls, Inks, Law Blanks, Cut
lery, Wrapping Papers of all kinds, Paper Bags,
Flour Sacks, Twines and Cordage, Wooden
Ware, Matches, Brushes, Blacking, Blueing,
Ac, Ac. This Department will bo found well
stocked and worthy the attention of closo buy
ers. Tlio Bindery will bo under the chargo of ono
ot the most thorough workmen to be found In
tho State, and nil work will bo executed In the
best stylo and with dispatch.
With men ot long experience In charge, and
with cxtenslvo facilities for conducting their
business In Its several departments, they pre
sent one of tho most complete establishments
of tho kind to be found outsldo the cities, and
solicit the patronage of the Public, feeling con-
lldent that they can Insure tho wants of nil
upon the most favorable terms.
GLOBE PAPER CO.
rPAGS. We have now In stock nn assort
JL ment of Dennlson's Patent Direction
Labels and Merchandise Tags, which wo will
sell at manufacturer's prices.
Wo have also a good stock of " Phillip's Se
curity Hook-Tags," a very convenient and ser
viceable article for merchants. Among Its ad
vantages are: Goods can be more readily mark
ed than by any other means; tho tag Is so se
curely locked that It cannot becomo detached
from the goods; no chance of the tag becoming
detached from the hook; no points projecting
to tear other goods or j our lingers. They are
safe, strong and chenp. Call nnd examine
them. GLOBE FAPER CO.
Merchants lislnir nrlnfeil wnmnlnr. will iln
well to consult us before ordering, as wo mako
as low Ilgures as New York or Boston Houses,
uuu ki.ij UflltT Ul-L-UIIllIlUUUllOIIS 111 USMJrtII!g
lots, while n great saving can be mado on
freight. GLOBE PAPER CO.
OOKS, STATIONERY &C.
SPAULDINO & CO.
Hao n lnrgo stock of Hooks- consisting of
Of different sizes and stylos,
Pocket Bibles nnd Testaments, largo and small.
iTayer hooks, iijmn hooks, lievouonai
Books, and nil the tnpular books
ot the day receHod ns soon
JUVENILE HOOKS AND TOY BOOKS,
Gaines, Backgammon Boards, Chess and Checker
FRENCH ENGLISH and
Of tho latest styles, plain nnd tinted.
INITIAL STAMPING HONE TO OKDE1I.
Inks In Black, Violet, Bluo nnd Carmine.
ens. Pen-holders, Pencils, Slates, Pocket Hooks
and Wallets, Ladles' Porte-monnales, Brack
ets, Hall Pockets, Towel Racks, Slipper
Cases, Blacking Cases, Basic's Hook
Slides nnd shelves, Jewel stands
nnd Hoxes In Carved Wood,
Match Safes, Writing
Desks and Work
Materials for Wax Flowers, Olnss Shades, Vases,
Parian Statuary, Bronze Groups
and Vases.stercoscopes and Vlews.Photogrnphs,
l.iliiugruUH, nieei r.iigruviugs
In Volvet, Holly Wood, He. All kinds of Picture
Framing uoue to oruer nnu in mo uosi style.
Dally and Weekly Papers supplied.
Wo Invito all wishing goods In our lino to call
anu examine our siock oeroro purcuasing.
SPAULDING tC- CO.,'
No. 1. Meuciiants' Row, RUTLAND, VT,
JJOOKS AND STATIONERY,
PJtlNTING AND BINDING,
PAPER BAGS AND WRAPPING
PAPER HANGINGS, &v.
All persons In search of the best placo to pro
cure any ot tho abovo articles or wish any w ork
perionueu in connection witn mo largest
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURING
ESTABLISHMENT IN THE STATE,
Will llnd It to their ndvantngo to call upon, or
TUTTLH A- CO.,
"Book & Pen Sign," 1 11 Centku Stkket,
Hkkald Bcildinu, RUTLAND, VT,
JJ R. DYER,
NO. 18 MERCHANTS' ROW,
Iron and Lead Plpo, Portable and Stationary En
Kllii-a, Jiuiuij ntiuui,? unu uim lyiMl'ril ruillia
Leather and Rubber Bcltluir! Itubher llnso urn
Packing; Rubber Overcoats, Gloves and Mit
tens; bieam and Water Gauges ; Water, Steam
and Gas Fittings, and Fixtures, all kinds ; Flux
and Hoapstono Packing j Cotton Waste, Plumb-
STEAM, WATER AND GAS FITTING
Done at short notice, and at prices adapted to
Rutland, May 1, 187S rayldiwtt
ANNA STAttBtlilJ CONCERT COMPANY
ONE GRAND CONCERT
TiiunsbAY Kvuxixa just: r,ti
Tho Company being composed of the follow
ing eminent artists :
MISS ANNA STAHBIRD,
Prima Donna Soprano.
MISS ALICE FAIRMAN,
Of London, Eng., Contralto,
MISS TI1ERESE L1EBE,
Tlio Eminent Vlollnlste.
MR. NELSON VARLEY,
The celebrated English Tenor
MR. W. II. BECKETT,
MR. J. A. HOWARD,
Pianist and Conductor.
In order that all may havo an opportunity ot
hearing the above artists tho prices have been
reduced ns follows : Reserved seats 75c. ; Ad
mission without coupon for seat. roc. Tho salo
ot Reserved seats will commence on .Monday,
Juno 2d, at tho Mulc store of J B. Meeker.
Admission tickets can only bo procured nt the
opera House on tho evening ot the Concert. To
commence nt 8 o'clock.
pLUMBING AND GAS FITTING.
COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
Having leased rooms No. 15, Merchants' Row,
In Store with II. It. Dyer, I urn prepared to do
all work In my line In a workmanlike manner
at reasonable rates.
PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING GOODS
supplied at the lowest rates.
8 Orders by mall promptly attended to.
S. J). JENNESS,
Rutland, May 29, 1973. d3m.
stouts and Sin Wave.
JUNN & CRAMTON, "
Manufacturers ot all kinds of
PLANISHED, BRITANNIA, JAPAN, GLASS
AND WOODEN WARES
of every description.
BROOMS, BRUSHES AND BASKETS,
nnd n general assortment ot
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Special facilities for Jobbing all kinds of
TIN AND GLASS WARE.
fWAH kinds of barteh taken In exchango for
NO. 14 MERCHANTS' KOW.
Rutland, Vt May 1, 1873. myldtf
E M O V A L
S. O. Stalev. of the late linn of Stalev Lln-
plneott, has removed his business from No. 37
Center St., to No. 12 Merchants' Row, where he
has formed n Copartnership with Messrs. Dunn
AS cramton, under the Arm name of S. (1. Stuley
A' Co. Ho will bo pleased to see all of his old
customers, and us many new ones as will favor
him with u call.
g G . STALKY k CO.,
No. 12, Merchants' Row,
STOVES AND HOT AIR FURNACES.
The Stewnrt and New American Cooking
siot os, ror ooin wood nnd coal, constantly on
uanu. .nanuiacturers oi una ueaiers in
COPPER, TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE.
P L U M B I N G
In all Its branches. Bath Tubs, Water Closets,
lias and Water Piping, and Fittings ot
TIN ROOFING AND JOBUINO
Of all kinds promptly attended to. None but
SKiiiiui uuu reuauiu w orKiueu cmpiuj cm.
ALU WORK ll'.l RRA. SlT.l).
1IEHEUBEI1, 2 POOKS N0BT1I OK THE Ol'EKA II0CSE,
S. J' L001'
Wholesalo dealer In
CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDY.
IMI-011TEK AND WHOLESALE DEALER
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
Tho attention ot Town Agents, Physicians
and Druggists Is especially called to our wines,
ns they are unsurpassed for medical purposes.
coming from one of tho oldest vineyards In
California. All goods guaranteed pure and Bat
lsfactory, or to bo returned at my expense.
CORNER 1'BEiaiIT AND EVELYN, 8TB.,
(I.andon lluntoon's Block,)
Rutland, Vt. inyltf
TVTARBLE CUTTERS WANTED BY
FRIDAY MORNING, MAY SO, 1873.
A Sml Scene in llrooklyn A l.nu
StllilL-iit Ai'clilcntull)- Kill
.Ho I her.
A sad domestic tragedy was enacted hi
South Brooklyn Tucjday. George Ro
derick, ago 20, resided with his parents nt
No. 103 Ninth street near Second avenue.
Tuesday morning ho went on an excursion
with a party of friends to Fort Hamilton,
nnd returned to the city about 0 1. m, AVhile
walking niong Second avenue on Ills way
home ho met Thomas Fitlum, nnd was en
gaged in conversation with him when an
other acquaintance, James Corcoran, ad
vanced toward them from tlio opposite side
of tlio nvcntic. They noticed that ho wns
considerably under the influence of liquor,
nnd, being anxious to avoid lilm, quickened
their steps until they reached Roderick's
house. They then halted, and Roderick
had his hand on tho gate, and was about to
open It, when Corcoran ran up and caught
him by the arm at tlio sainotime exclaiming,
"Do you want to fight?" Roderick re
plied that ho did not care about figliting and
requested Corcoran to remove his hand.
But this tlio intoxicated man refused to do,
and continued to jerk away at his coat
sleeve. Fiilum then got hold of Corcoran
and was striving to pull him away from the
gate, when Roderick cried, " Tom, let him
go I" This Fitlum did nnd tho two men
then endeavored to pacify their friend, but
their cfTorts were unavailing, ns lie became
wild with passion nnd insisted on fighting
with them. Finally ho broke away from
Fitlum, who had again seized him, nnd dash
ing up to Roderick struck him several blows
in the face. Roderick drew back and placed
his hand in his coat pocket. Corcoran per
ceiving this exclaimed, "I hear that you
have a revolver; well, I'vo ono too," and
nt tlio smic time lie struck Roderick nnoth
er blow, which was returned. Mrs. Ann
Roderick, age iO, who had witnessed the
quarrel from tho parlor window, where she
had been seated, ran o it at this moment
nnd stepped in between her son nnd Corco
ran, just ns both had drawn their revolvers.
She besought the drunken fellow to go away,
and was urging her son to enter the house,
when Corcoran made an effort to push her
aside nnd obtnin possession of his opponent's
wenpon. During the struggle the revolver
held by Roderick wns discharged, nnd n
ball entered thu right cyo of ills mother,
who dropped dead instantly upon the side
walk. Seeing what had been done, Corco
ran quickly ran across the Hamilton nvcnuo
bridge, and was arrested for drunkenness
by an officer of the Third Precinct, who had
no knowledge of tho tragedy. Young Ro
derick was horror-stricken nt the terrible
fato of his mother, nnd threw himself upon
the ground beside her body, weeping bitter
ly. Tho neighbors nssisted Mr. Roderick
in conveying tlio body ol hi) wife into the
house nnd tlio grief-stricken son gave him
self into the custody of Sergeant Driscoll of
the Eighth Precinct. He was locked up in
the station house with Fitlum, who is held
ns ,i witness. Arte York Tribune.
From Harper's Magazine for June.
Tlio Washington gambling houses havo
never been supported to any considerable ex
tent by,hc resident population. Alembcr
of Congress, particularly from the South
west and West, were tho largest contribu
tors tu.thu iit.nmoa of tlio cpnrtlnir men
Contractors nnd Indian traders were gener
ally bold nnd some times desperate players.
Members of tho House frequently staked
their mileage nnd per diem at the faro table,
and they played all sorts of round games,
" snort cards,' as they were called in the
club rooms. 1'rob.tbly the amount risked
would not constitute what is termed " high
play ' in these days, but the losses of these
men of limited means were often sufficient
to keep them Impoverished and embarrassed
during their entire Congressional service.
Some men played for excitement chiefly,
not caring much whether they won or lost.
Thaddeus Stevens was ono of this descrip
tion. Ho was like lux, who described win
ning at hazard ns the greatest pleasure in
lite, and losing at the same game as the
next greatest. Stevens lost nnd won witli
the same apparent indifference, lie played
with consummato coolness, never lost his
temper, nnd never increased the amount of
Ills bet cither to retrivo his losses or more
rapidly to increase his winnings. His sar
castic remarks upon tlio discomposure of
his fellow-player?, who sometimes exclaim
ed witn rage and profanity nt their ill In tic
wero always witty ns well as cutting. While
they were eating and drinking with the vo
racity of cormorants lie never indulged in
nnytlilng more stimulating than a cracker
and a sip of water. Tho contrast between
his coolness and apparent apathy and the
eager, fierce excitement of others sitting at
tlio same table and engaged in the same
pursuit was amazing, j have rarely seen n
more painful exhibition than was otten pre
sented by the ungoverned passions of a
gamester after it run of ill luck. To Mr.
Stevens such displays of weakness seemed
to afford amusement, rather than to excite
sympathy or compassion. Ho was a hard,
cynical man, capable of acts of benevolence
under strong emotion, but gentleness or
tenderness was not his ordinary mood. He
threw off more good things in conversation
without effort than any man I ever saw, and
his sentences were pointed with n degreo of
epigrammatic force 1 never w itnessed in any
Lined Insidi:. I was in n drug store in
Elmirn, when in rushed a fellow who called
for a pound of camphor, and down tho
whole of it. It was a surpriso party to me,
and I said " what tlio dcuco did he do that
"Why," said Drugs, "he's lined."
" Lined? " says I, " what is that? "
Then ho told inc. Some years ago u
gentleman who was to give n dinner party
spent a whole week showing his servant how
to make mock turtlo soup. When the day
camo slio mado tho mock and the turtle and
tho soup all right, and just ns she wns about
to pour in a bottle of claret, a little boy en
tered, singing, " Everything is lovely and
tho gooso hangs high," which distracted her
attention, nnd she made n niistakonnd pour
ed in a bottlo ol hair tonic.
" Did It make hair soup? " said I meekly.
'Alas!" said he, "the results were
" What wero the results ? " said I becom
Said he, " Didn't I jirst say they were
" But how did tho mock turtle turnout? "
"Ah I" said he, " two went to the mor
gue, four went to the hospital, and all who
didn't die wero called survivors; and that
fellow you just saw was nno of 'em."
" What docs ha swallow so much cam
" Well," said he, " that tonlo btartod tlio
hair growing down his tlront, nnd he took
tho camphor too keep the moths out."
1. T. Illinium loiliu Public.
In consequence of tho immenso throngs
that havo crowded my exhibitions daily
sini'u leaving New York, thousands being
Invariably turned nwny for want of room,
I nm admonished that my Manager has
mado u mlstnko In arranging for ono day
only In your city. As, how ever, wo nro
mlvciilseil tlyco months in advance, It Is
Impossible to mako nny clutii'-o at this lato
day, In view of this I would respectfully
urgo ladles, children, nnd nil who can do
so, to attend tho 10 a. in. exhibitions, ns
thoso 'nro rarely crowded, our performers
nnd nnhnals nro fresh, and tho entertain,
luents nro In every respect ns full nnd com
plcto ns thoso In lho afternoon.
Tho public's obedient servant.
P. T Baunum