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O. T. 0 It O H H,
Manufacturer of ntul Dealer in
finishing lumber, shingles lath
CLAPBOARDS, AN11 HI'ltUCH LUMBER,
DOORS, HASH, BLINDS, MOULD
1MIS, BRACKETS, WIN
DOW KH AM ICS A
u -roll Sawing o( all kinds, Pinning, Matching
i tul iiin7ln(r dono loonier. Yard and .Mill Cor
in? r of I'nloii and Furnace Streets, near Freight
Depot, nuiianu, vi. .iiayiii.vnain.
1! 15 O K K It .
i; ;:o.i m NTiiKKft xi:r row;.
Storks, oorcriimenlfi and flow bought and sold
on ( oininission.
t? Interest allowed on deposits, mi) 12JH
o. ii, ji o u n norn e,
Opposite Central House - - I1UTLAND, Vt.
RUTLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Manufacturers and vvholesnle dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SKAT CHAIRS, BED
STUADS AND CHAIR STOCK.
corner of West and Forest sis,
I.. ATivooi), Agt. O. C. HcauLKS, Treas.
J V. KINO,
.Manufacturer and wholesale and retail dealer In
HASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
MOULDINGS. BRACKETS, AND HOUSE FUR
or every description-.
l'l'liNACi: STllEET, RUTI.AI1D, Vt.
Ordera by mall or otherwise promptly attend
.T. .T. GUINDON,
11 h A C K S Jt I T II .
l'arllcular attention paid to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted. Shop on
WEST ST., S'EVll OUTER SMKM.n W0IIKS,
mayldlm RUTLAND, VT.
LINCOLN IltON WORKS.
Marblo Mill and Hoisting Machinery of Iho
mo3t improved construclion, Dei ricks and
pumping machinery, castings and general ma
Steel and Iron WIro Hope at Manufacturer's
Itutland, Vt., May 1, 1S13. majldtf
A. II. II AW LEY,
COXTIiACTOIt AXI) PRACTICAL SihATKIl,
Ho Is prepared to do nil work promptly and
well. Orders can bo left at J. 11. (llynn's stoio
on .Merchants' Itow, or at the llardwell House.
Iltmncea Itockwood Barrett, Itutland ; I,. M.
Mason, President of First National Dank, De
troit, Michigan! Hon. J. M. Manln, Saratoga
LIVE It Y .
It you wish a nice TURN OUT, go to
0. P. It I Oil ARDSON'S,
(I.ato D. Whltcomb's,)
Ciintei: Street, Rutland, Veiimost.
Careful drivers ahd the finest of Carriages.
Stables open at all hours. Horses baited,
ttiaodtf C. F. RICHARDSON, PnoruiETOii.
Sotrts and gining ooms.
JAICK DUNJtOEE HOUSE,
i:. I'. IirrCIICOOK, li:oi'i:ir.Tni:.
.1. W. PORTER. MlNAdKK.
"This well known and popular Hotel, situated
on the bhores of Lake Dunmore, lias been re
cently put In thorough repair. Several new
Cottages have been built and newly furnished,
and will bo opened .luno 1st, for the recept Ion of
boarders and tourists. inny2sdtt
A It D Y' E E L IIOUS E.
C It A51TOS & S A I. S B U 1( V
Tho BARDWELL HOUSE Is located opposlto
the Depot and has long been favorably known
to tho traveling public. It has been recently
Improved, now uirordlng tho best and most
jtmplo accommodation to guests.
Tho TABLE will be supplied with all the
luxuries of tho Season, and every attention will
bo paid to the comfort of Its patrons.
In tho future, n3 In tho past, tho Proprietors
Intend to mako It a ilrst-class House allordlng
all tho comforts of a homo to tho traveler. Tho
public patronago Is solicited.
A 0001) LIVEHY in connection with tho
Attentive PORTERS will bo found at the
Depot, on tlHMirrlval of nil trains.
J. V. ClUMTON, J, A. 8ALSUUHY.
V A EMEUS' HOTEL,
Fiieihiit Street, - - RUTLAND, VT.
A FIRST CLASS
M E A T 31 A It K E T
is iiotki. iiun.iiixa.
mayliWm .1. H. Johnson, Piioi niKTon.
J. V. FIBItllltH
NEW D I N I N 0 It O O JI S ,
Central Ilouso Illock, Merchants' How,
Warm Meals served at all hours of tho day
and evening. masldam
N i: W 1) I N I N 0 II A L I, ,
In looms formerly occupied by J. W. lisher,
KINOSLEY X SPHAGUE'S BLOCK,
WABM MEALS BKHVEO AT AM. HOURS.
A.ILY BTAOE BETWEEN HUT-
LAN II AND HTOUKBIIIDQE.
Arrlvo at Rutland 12 m., leavo Itutland 1 :00 p.m.,
starting from tho Bardwell House.
tv connections at Htockbrldgo with btagos
for Hochestcr and Bethel.
S. mywasin J. E. WHITCOMIl, Prop'r.
pilUNELLA8 l'HUNES, CIIEIUUKS
t reaches, Blockberrles, ltaspbon Ies,Plums
iblckleborrles. Also, all kinds of fruits in cans,
loAalout II. W. MAHSHAI.I,
NEW MOULDINGS FOIt I'lOTUItE
I'rainlng, Chromos, Uthogranha, nnd
Eugrovii'Ea at weamowin w
JjfAltM KOIl SALE.
'inesuusciiuersonerior saiu ihl-u luim.ni -uated
ubout to miles from the Milage of Bel
lows rails, on ine i-nesicr iwu, ui miu
JOHN CLAIUC l'AHM,
Contaltilng about Ihree hundred and titty acres
of land; two dwelling houses, three barns and
mo tenant nouses, near uiu uimuim nam.
The tenant houses are new. Tho largo farm
house has. been thoioughly repaired and paint
ed, with iuw iilazza in liont and end, new front
fence, all In tho imM substantial and tasteful
manner, making It a deslrnblo lesldenco.
Nearly t hrce-fourlhs of a mile ot new water plpo
from a ncier-ralllng fountain supplies all the
OVElt TWO THOUSAND DOI.I.AHS
has been expended within the past two years
on buildings and fences, besides tho tenant
houses. The land Is adapted to the raising ot
all kinds ot ciops. Some llftj acres ureucll
adapted for tobacco. The land Is now under a
gooilstato of cultivation, by halng been fed
out a large amount ot hay nnd grain Hie past
two years, which has been brought on tho
place, besides that which the farm has pro
duced. The eastern lino Is tho Connecticut
rlier and t ho farm laying w esterly, divided into
pasturo and Ullage land, with a Mifllclenl sup
ply of wood for t lie premises, situated so near
iho village of Bellows rails a Milage growing
nioio rapidly than any place within the State,
and with Us unlimited water power, which Is
fast being fmiro cil, must eonllnuo to Increase
In a still larger proportion In the future makes
It tho most desirable rami In these parts. Pos
session given Immediately, except tho mill
yard, and that In one ) car. Inquire of Iho sub
scribers on tho premises; or Joseph Wilson,
linn ot J. Wilson Co., near tho depot ; or Wil
der Hopkins, nt West ltupert, Vt.
W1LDE1! A HOPKINS.
Bellows I'atls, May 1, 1373. myl-dtt
OKOHGK C. XHWMAN,
11 E A L i: S T A T E 1! It () K E It ,
onicc : Derby's Block, 'id l'loor 1'ront.
First class lllago and fai m property for sale
nnd to let. Money to loan on uoteH, mortgages,
lire policies and other npproved securities,
pASTUHH LAND IN 1'lTTSFOltI)
JL l'or sale or rent, line hundred and twenty
mencros of tine PAKTUIti: land located one nnd
one-hall miles lroin Plttsrord Village. Address
or call on E. P. HITCHCOCK, under National
Bank of llutland, Itutland. vt. Majltr
tJlONT CENTRAL AND 1!UT-
On and after Monday, Juno W, 1ST3, trains
will run as follows, (Sundays excepted) :
OOINCI south and east.
Leave Ttutland at 12:M and 4:30 a. in., and 12:10
and ft:o p. m.
MAIL. Leal o Ojrdensburg nt C;to n. m.. St.
Albans nt C:2i) a. m., Burlington nt b:lfl a. In.,
I'on iienry nis:o.in. m., ituiiano at 12:10 p.m.,
Bellows Falls at 2:30 11. 111.. nnlMnirat New Lon
don nt !i:30.p.ni.,coiinectlngwllh steamer tor
NEW VOIIK EXPIIESS. Leaves St Albans at
9:00 a. m., Buillngton 1U:20 n. in., ai riving In
itiuianii ui i2:.vi 11. m.
NH1I1T EXl'HEss. Leaves Ogdensbureatl2:-
3.1p.m., J'lattsburg3:3i) p.ni.,.Monli'eal 3:30 p.m.,
St. Johns 4:5il p. 111., St. Albans 7:20 p. 111., Bur
lington :lo p. in., llutland 12:in 11. 111., Bellows
Falls, 3:25 a. in., nrrlMng tit New London nt 11:15
MIXED THA1X. Leaves Burlington nt 2:ik) p.
in., Port Henry 2:00 p. 111., arriving In Itutland
at 7:(K) p. m. Leaies llutland at 4:30 n. 111., ll.d
lows Falls 7:45 n. 111., (accommodation tialu), ar
riving at New London at 5:10 p. in.
MIXED TliAIN, Leaves llutland nt 5:"0 p. m.,
arm Ing In Bellows Falls nt 10:011 p. 111.
Leaves llutland at 1:13 and 5:10 a. m.. and 2:30
and 5:05 p. m.
juAiii. i-caves ,ew iniuon at r.:uo 0. 111.,
iprlngtleld s:iio a. 111., Boston 7:30 a. m.. Bellows
'alls 11:45.. llutland 2:311 n. m.. nrrlvln'' nt. Port
Henrv at 7:35 o. 111.. Burllnirton 5:00 11. m.. St.
Albans C:40 n. m.. Montreal 9:15 11. in.. Oirdens-
burg 1:45 a. in., making connections with irulns
tor tho West.
EXPIIESS Leaves llutland at 5:05 p. in., ar
riving at Port Henry nt 7:35 p. m., St. Albans at
8:55 p. m.
NIGHT EXPIIESS. Leaves Now London at
2:45 p. 111., Sprlngtleld nt S:lo p. in., connecting
with train leaving New York at 3:uo p. ni Bel
lows Falls 11:20 p. in., connecting with train
leaving Boston nt 5:30 p. in., llutland 1:43 a. m
Burlington 4:40 a. 111., St. Albans 0:10, arming
In Montreal at 9:45a. m., Plattsburg at 12:00 in.,
und Ogdensburg at 12:35 p. m connecting with
trains ror iho West.
MIXED TKAIN. Leuves Itutland at 5:40a. m.
arriving nt I'ort Henry at 9:50 a. in. Le.no Bur
lington at 9:2ii a. 111., St. Albans 12:00 in., nrrlv
ing In ogdensburg at b-M p. m. and St. Johns nl
3:5ii p. m.
MIXED THAIN. Leaves Bellows Falls at 4:30
a. m., arriving In llutland at 9:20 n. 111.
ACCOMMODATION. Leaves New Indon at
8:lu a. in.. Bellows Falls (i:oo p. 111., (mixed train,)
arriving in llutland at 8:35 p. m.
Trains leave Burlington going cast, for Mont
peller, Ac., nt 0:55 a. in., 12:30 p. ni. nnd 7:55 p. in.
Trains leavo Bellows Falls going north, for
whlto lllver Junction, Ac, at s:3o a. m. and
11:45 a.m., nnd 6:55 nnd 11:20 p. m.
Connections. At llutland with Henssclacr k
Saratoga and Harlem Extension Ilatlroads; nt
Bellows Falls with Cheshire. Ballroad ; at South
Vernon with Conned cut lllver llallioad.
WSleeplng cars are attached to night trains
between St. Albans and Trov, and Burlington
nnd Boston. GVI.ES MEHHIM?
St. Albans. Vt., Juno Bd, 1S73.
JJAIILEM EXTENSION liAILHOAI).
C II A X O E OP T I M E .
1S72. FALL Alll.'ANOE.MENTS. 187.'.
On and after Sunday, Oclober20lh. 1872, trains
will run as follows :
MIXED. Leaves llutland nt 3:00 n. in., con
necting at Stato Lino with tram for Troy.
MAIL. Lent eg llutland 0.05 a. in., nnd mak
ing close connections nt Chatham 4 corners
wllh trains ror New York, Albany, Hudson, and
both east and west on 11. K A. It. II.
MIXED. Leavo Itutland at 2.20 p. m., to Ben
nington nnd Troy,
SUNDAY MILK TIIAIN (with passenger car
attached). Leaves Itutland at 8.00 11. 111.
F A 11 E .
llutland to Now Yoik - . . . $5 50
" to Albany, .... 300
" to Hudson, .... 3 00
Stti'o lay over checks given.
AltlilVE AT HUTLANI).
Mall, 10.00 p. m.; Mixed, 12.10 p. 111.; mixed,
7.50 p. m.
I". C. WHITE, Supt.
Itutland. Oct. 19,'1S72. mayldiwlf
KAXTElt NATIONAL DANK,
II. IIENIIV BAXTE1I,
11, F, UiniKor,
J. N. Baxter,
T. W. Pauk,
IIEO. E. llOVCE, "
(Ikoiuik 11. Borrusi,
J. W, CltAMlON,
N. T. Sl'lUOUE, Jit.
W, I!. DUNTOK,
W. C. LANIUIN.
00 L I. EOTIONH
Mado and remitted for at Lowest Urates.
INTEREST AI.L0WKH ON TIME DEI'OSITS.
A general Banking and Exchange business
H. Henuv BAXTEii, I'rcst. J, N, Baxteii, V, l'rcst,
(Ieouqe 11. Bottum, Cashier.
OTICE TO I1UILDEHS.
Prfilvisnlaii'lll lift reeetveil for 0110 WCOk for
building a chapel consisting of Audience, llooin,
Clmreh Parlors, Pastor's study, etc.. adjoining
tho Congregational church In East llutland, to
bo bum or brick, slzo 63 x 00 feet. Plans and
speclllcntlons may bo seen, or any Information
obtained at tho olllco of J. M. Huron In tho llut
land rnllruad depot, In llutland.
Tho committee reserve tho right to reject any
or ull bids.
J. M. HAVEN,
Chairman or committee.
Itutland, May si, 1873. dlw.
yr E E K S & 11 A It II E It
AT NO. 1, OI'EIIA HOUSE BLOCK,
Keep a full assortment of tho following
MOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
FI1ENCH CHINA WAKE,
TABLE OLASS WAKE,
S1I.VEH PLATED WAHE, 1
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
TASSELS AND CORDS,
LAMPS AND LANTEHS,
Wholesale and ltctall,
LAMP CHIMNEYS and BUHNEHS,
Wholesale and Ilet all.
CAB VET SWEEPEltS,
MATTHAS9ES and I.OUNOES, and
majldtf DONE TO OBDEB.
We aro Agents for tho followlnsr llrst class
Flro Iiisuraiico companies.
Aetna Assets, fiywo.ooo
Imperial " 8,000,000
Home, N. Y " 4,500,000
lloyal, " 10,000,000
Hartford, " 2,250,000
Insurance of No. America, Phlla. " 3,250,000
Franklin, " 3,400,000
Phenlx, N. Y , " 2,000,oii
Plnenlx, Hartford,, " l.coo.ooo
Sprlngtleld " l,ono,io
Nnllonal, llanrord " soo.nou
These aro tho best known or all the companies
represented In llutland, and since wo have
represented them they l,aie paid more vimiey to
tho citizens of llutland and Mclnlty than nil
tithfr. einnjHtnirit cmnlincd.
This record proves their stability and their
willingness to pay all proper claims.
Wo confidently expect n continuance of Hie
liberal patronago which these companies have
Wo also represent iho Travelers Life and Ac
cident Insurance Company. Wo give a better
and cheaper policy than any oilier Lire com
pany. Call and see.
BURNHAM & TEMPLE.
Office, opera House, llutland, Vt.
JUTLAND MAItULE COMPANY,
WHOLESALE DEAI.KIiS IS
15 LOO Iv & S AAV ED MAltHLE.
f)l!Al:i!ll!3 AND MILLS,
J. N. BAXTEII, Supt. WEST HUTLANI), Vt.
All tho grades or llutland Marble, In tho
shapo or slabs or various thicknesses required
ror Furniture, Mantel, and Decorative Work, as
well as Cemetery uses; also Cubic Stock for
Monumental and Building purposes, including
Bases, Strips, and Posts, may bo found on our
yard at all times.
Our extcnslvo arrangements for tho produc
tion or Marble, in iho way of Quarrying Ma
chinery, and Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
or taws, place us In jwsltlon to supply the
wants ot tho Trade. Wholesale and llctalt
Dealers, Builders, Furnlturc-Men, and gen
eral Manuracturers will nnd It to their Interest
to ravor us wllh their orders.
RUTLAND MAIIBLE CO,
gTEAM STONE CUTTEU COMPANY,
Solo proprietors and manufacturers ot tho
STONE CHANNELING Oil QUAHIlYIJjri MA
CHINE, For cutting Btono;intoavarlous;slzes and di
mensions IN ALL KINDS OF QUAP.HIES.
OEFICE AND BIIOl'S,
JOHN V. CHAMTON, PrCS't.
(1E01K1E E. HOYCE, Treas.
CHAHLES CI.AHK, Sec'y.
myl ly (IHO. J. WAHDWELU Supt.
QCItAP IltON AND STEEL, OLD
1J Maiblo Saws and Currency taken In ex
change tor Nails nt tho
mayldSin nUTLANl) NAIL WOBK8.
West ot Lincoln Iron Works.
Tho subscriber offers for salo tho
HOUSE AND LOT, 21 COTTAOE STllEET,
Corner William Street.
Ilouso is In good repair, contains 12 rooms, gas
and water nbovo and below. Location desirable.
Collar always dry and well ventilated. Barn has
accommodations tor two horses, or horso and
cow, (food barn cellar.
A portion or tho furniture will bo sold wllh
tho house It dessred.
Possession given at any time,
C. II. FOBBES.
llutland, Juno 8d, 1973.
QHOW OASES, COltNER, CLOCK
kJ nndMantlo Shelves made to order, with
Plnln or Moulded edges. BHACKETH cawed In
dlllcrent styles at DKAHBOHNU
BATTY'S N A E OH PI OK EES,
Crosse Hlackwcll's Vickies, llairord's
Worcestershire Sauce, Nabob sauce, in fact
nearly all kinds ot English pickles can be round
lit B. W. MARSHALL'S
RUTLAND, VT., SATURDAY
ffivocfvifis ami gvovteionsi.
milE CLOSINQ OUT SALE
Of a stock of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
DOMESTIC DHY OOOD8,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CHOCKEUY, OLASSWAHE, AC, AC,
II A S 0 () JI JI E N 0 E D .
Will avail themseliesof the oppoitunlty which
It ITords to replenish their stock ot household
ex- Eiery nitlclo Is sold at cost or less.
l'l.KAHIt C.M.I. AND I.n.M'.X l'ltlCES.
G. W. CHAPLIN, .lu.,
No. 9, MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND.
"XXrOOD CHOPPERS WANTED TO
T T cut 500 cords or hard wood in iicndon.
Apply to Oeo. W. CUAruN, .In., Merchants'
F 0 R
S A L E !
The subscriber has a Candy atinaratus com
prising a complete outllt tor inniuracturlng
candy, which he will sell ror less than one-halt
tho original cost. Also, one heavy Truck Wa
gon, very cheap ; and one pair or Double Work
(1EO. W. CHAVLIN, JR.,
9 Merchants' How.
Rutland, May 20. mj2Sdtr.
k T. CAD EN,
Wholesale and Retail Healers In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS'
CANNED FRUITS, VICKLES, Ac,
AND FANCY ROODS.
Also, Dealers In
DRY flOODS, SHAWLS, DRESS (100DS,
HOSIERY, (H.OVES, AO., Ac.
An assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Constantly on hand.
AGENTS FOR MAIL STEAMERS TO AND
W-RRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT ON THE
BANKS OF ENGLAND, IRELAND, SCOTLAND
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN STS.
1 8 r, 1 . 1 8 7 11 .
O L D RED S T O R E .
anovmiTKH ,uv pnovmroxs,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
mayltf Mercuants' Row.
JOSEPH II. GUY,
8. IIAYWARD & CO.,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HAY AND WOOD.
Washington St., Rutland, Vt.
U L T O N JI A R K E T,
DUNTO.X & IIAYWARD
All kinds ot Meats, ; Fish, Vegetables and
Fruits In their season.
Klngsley li Sprngue's Block, Merchants' Row.
Q. R E E It T U R N E R
SUCIAU IIKFINTNG VOM'AXY,
70 WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Offer for salo all tho various grades of Hcilned
Sugar ot Superior Quality at the Lowest Market
Prices. A buperlor quality or Whlto Sugar ror
Confectioners uso. Also,
WHITE COFFEE A,
COFFEE EXTRA 0,
And the lower grades ot
r ; 1, 1, 0 ir .s u a a ji .
Orders to bo addressed to our olllco In New
York, 78 Wall Street, Cor. Pearl.
Parties ordering 10 barrels can haro them as
sorted. Terms Thirty days, or Cash In 1 days, less
per cent, discount.
E. G. BAXTER,
"milE HESTBHIRTS I EVER HAD."
JL This la. what they say of
K. N. M WtHJAM'S PERFECT FITTING. SHIRTS.
1UIE PIANO SELECTED FOR USE
at the coming Festival Is the DECKER
BROS. E. MKllltlAM (tells them.
MOHNING, JUNE 7,
Watrttcss nmt jfwttvy.
IIAILEY & PARJI ENTERS
3 I L V E R S JI I T H S .
We have the largest nnd best assortment ot
11 aicues ever oneieu in uus marKcr.
In large supply, embracing every variety of
Mjie ur,irauie lor i.auies or uenueineus wear.
.1 E W E L R Y ,
In tlch abundance, and more coming.
SILVER rl.ATKIl AND BTKKL, 10R TABLE USE,
Our stock Is large, and wo sell at low prices,
SILVER 0 0 O D S .
SILVER SPOONS 01 OUR OWN MANUFACTURE,
ROGERS' BROTHERS PLATED FORKS
Tea Sets, Castors, Ac, all the best.
To lit those w ho cannot seo well.
A new thing without frames. Very desirable,
(.'all and see for yourselves at
BAILEY AND PARMENTEHS',
17 Merchants' now,
Z1.00D NEWS !
WATCHES CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE,
.MARSHALL & CADY'S.
Who have Just received n largo and elegant
stock, open cases with Hat glasses, In both
Swiss nnd American, key anil stem winders.
NEW ASSORTMENT OF CHAINS,
GOLD SETS, RINGS, PINS, AC.
Solid fillver and Silver Plated Ware",
A line line of Black: Jewelrv In horn nml Itel.
Call at tho old stand of Clark Bros. A: Marshall.
corner Merchants' Itow and West street.
luayiumn maushali. a- cadv.
A DAJIS ic SON HAVE A NICE
x stock or
WATCHES AND CHAINS,
.IEWELRY, CLOCKS, SPECTACLES,
GUNS, CARTRIDGES, RASORS,
EOLtD SILVER AND SILVER rl.ATEIl WARE.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY
Remitted In a workmanlike manner, and en
graving executed neatly.
Our customers will nnd us over C. A. Park
hurst's store, up one night or stairs, where our
rents como cheap, and we can giro our patrons
tho benefit or It In our low prices.
call and see us nt your earliest convenience.
ADAMS AND SON,
No. 31 Merchants' Row, Up Stairs.
T A L L I N G F O It D
HILL A" SON
Will open on Monday, May 6th, the new
Over their store, where will be displayed an
elegant stock ot Pattern Hats, Ribbons; Flow
ers, Frames, Hats, Ac. New York Goods at
v uiungioru prices, aiso .Mens' anu uoys' iiats
Having enlarged aim improved our
We shall onen on the same dav. our Soring
MENS'. BOYS' AND CHII.DRKNS' SUITS.
Can glva a good business suit ror f 10, and wo
have a good line ol finer good. Elegant Coats
and Vests and Nobby Pants.sWe Imvo remod
And can now offer a full stock of Ladles'.Mlsses'
and Children's Shoes, Rubbers and Slip
pers; aiso, Men's unu iioys
Boots and Shoes.
We have n new lot of
To open ; also In stock, Glasswaro, Hardware,
urnssBceu mm riour. vw mil Klu iho ueau
GROCERIES AND FAMILY 8UITUES.
Coins and get S lbs. of tho best whltcSugar for
tl, and good Japan Toa for 67 conts. (N, B. Wo
have some not as good ror 60 cents.) But wo
cannot glvo you a list of our goods or prices, so
you must call on us and see for yourselves,
A. IIIIX A SON,
W A L L I N 0 F O R D .
j, ymciiAiin, proprietor.
CHARCOAL PIG IRON,
giooitis, lationcvij, tfr.
Q.LOHE PAPER COJIPANY
PUBLISHERS PRINTERS, STATIONERS
1WAXK HOOK MAXirPAClVIlKltil,
Having purchased the Wholesalo Paper nnd
Stationery business of H. A. Sawyer, and tho
Printing business of .las. K. Mc Lean, with the
addition of a complete Hook-Bindery, they have
consolidated iho whole Into one business, and
moved Iho same Into tho new and commodious
"Globe Building," erected especially for tho
uso of the Company.
With one of the most complcto Printing Be.
paitmcntsof nny establishment In tho State,
under Hie superv Islon ot one ot the best pract ical
printers In Iho country, they aro prepaied to do
all kinds ot plain and ornamental work In tho
most approved manner and on short notice.
Our Jobbing Department will comprise lull
lines of Writing Papers, Jjoth folded and Hat,
Envelopes, (Note, Letter nnd Official,) Blank
Books of every description, School Books,
Slates, Pens, Pencils, Inks, Law Blanks, Cut
lery, Wrapping Papers of nil kinds, Paper Bags,
Flour Sacks, Twines nnd Cordage, Wooden
Ware, Matches, Brushes, Blacking, Blueing,
A"C, Ac. This Department will bo found well
stocked and worthy the attention of close buy
The Bindery will bo under the charge of 0110
of the most thorough workmen to bo found In
the State, and all work will bo executed In the
best style and wllh dispatch.
With men of long expei lcnco In charge, and
wllh extcnslvo facilities tor conducting their
business In Its several departments, they pre
sent 0110 or the most complete establishments
or the kind to bo round outsldo the cities, and
solicit the patronage or the Public, reeling con
lldent that Ihey can Insure the wants or all
upon I he most favorable terms.
GLOBE PAPER CO.
rilAGS. We hare now in stock nn assort
X mcnt of Dennlson's Patent Direction
Labels and Merchandise Tags, which wo will
sell at manufacturer's prices.
We have also a good stock ot " Phillip's Se
curity Hook-Tags," a very convenient and ser
viceable article tor merchants. Among Its ad
vanlages are: Goods can bo moro readily mark
ed than by any other means; tho tag Is so se
curely locked that It cannot becomo detached
trom tho goods; no chanco ot the tag becoming
detached rrom the hook; no points projecting
to tear other goods or your fingers. They are
sure, strong und cheap. Call and examine
them. GLOBE PAPER CO.
Merchants uslnir nrlntcd.wroDnlnir will do
well to consult us beroro ordering, as we make
as low figures as New York or Boston Houses,
and give better accommodations In assorting
lots, whllo a great saving can be mado on
freight. GLOBE PAPER CO.
OOKS, STATIONERY &C.
SPAULDINO A CO.
Havo a largo slock of Books consisting of
Of different sizes and st) les,
Pocket Bibles nnd Testaments, largo and small.
11 Hj er j.uoks, jivmii hooks, iievouonai
Books, and ull the popular books
ot the day received as soon
JUVENILE BOOKS AND TOY BOOKS,
Gaines, Backgammon Boards, Chcssnnd Checker
FRENCH ENGLISH and
or the latest stjles, plain and tinted.
INITIAL STAMPING DONE TO ORDER.
Inks In Black, Violet, Blue and Carmine.
Pens, Pen-holders, Venclls, Slates, Pocket Books
and Wallets, Ladles' Vorte-monnales. Brack
ets, Hall Pockets, Towel Racks, slipper
Cases, Blacking Cases, Euslo's Bool;
Slides and Shelves, Jewel stands
and Boxes In Carved Wood,
Match safes, Writing
Desks and Work
Materials for Wax Flowers, Glass Shades, Vases,
Parian statuary, Bronzo Groups
and Vases,Stereoscopesand Vlews,Photographs,
Lithographs, steel Engravings
In Volvet, Holly Wood, Ac. All kinds of licluro
Framing dono to order and In the best stjle.
N E W S 1) E POT.
Dally and Weekly Tapers supplied.
Wo Invito all wishing goods In our lino to call
and examlno our stock before purchasing.
SPAULDING & CO.,
No. 1. Merchants' Row, RUTLAND, VT,
"gOOKS AND STATIONERY,
PRINTING AND ISINDING,
PAPEIt' RAGS AND WRAPPING,
PAPER HANGINGS, Ac.
All persons In bonrch of tho best nlaco to pro
cine any or tho abuvo articles or wish any work
performed In connection Willi tho largest
BLANK HOOK -MANUFACTURING
ESTABLISHMENT IN THE STATE.
Will rind It to their advantage to call upon, or
TUTTL15 & CO.,
"Book A- Pen Sign," 1 11 Center Street,
Herald Buildinu, RUTLAND, VT.
jyj-RS. J. II. 11ALLANCE,
SWITCHES, CURLS, FRIZZES, 11AT8, AND
FINE II A I R JEWELRY.
LADIES' COSIBINOS STRAIGHTENED.
jyCash paid for good hair.
Rooms over B. W. Marshall's Grocery Store,
Grove street, Rutland. mayiowsw
DEARHORN IS AGENT FOR GARD
NER'S Perforated ChuirSeat, forrcnovat
ng over cad-Flag or Rush bottom chairs.
Please to call and soo them.
Grove Block RUTLAND, Vt
stoves ami Sin Wave.
J)UNN & CRAJITOnT
Manuracturers of all kinds or
TIN W A RE,
and dealer In
PLANISHED, BRITANNIA, JAPAN, GLASS
AND WOODEN WARES
BROOMS, IlItUSHES AND BASKETS,
and a general assortment orj
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Special facilities for Jobbing all Kinds of
TIN AND OLASS WARE.
62-All kinds of barter taken In exchange for
NO. II MERCHANTS' ROW.
Hutlaud.'Vt., May 1, ls73. mj ldtf
E JI O V A L
S. (1. Staler, of tho late linn r.r sr.iiev .e T in.
plncott, has removed his business from No. 37
tviiitrsi., ioio. 12 .Mercuants- row, where he
has formed a Copartnership with Messrs. Dunn
A- Cramton, under the firm name or s. O. staley
A-Co. He will be pleased to see ull or his old
customers, nnd as many new ones as win r.ivor
him with a call.
g G . S T A L E Y A CO.,
No. 12, Merchants' Row,
STOVES AND HOT AIR FURNACES.
Tho Stewart nnd New American Cooking
mutes, lur uoiu woou una eoni, consianuy on
hand. Manuracturers or and dealers 111
COPPER, TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE.
P L U JI RING
In all IIS branches. Bath Tubs, Water Closets',
lias and Water Piping, una Fittings ot
TIN ROOFING AND JOBBING
or nil klnds.promptly attended to. Mono but
skillful nnd tellable workmen employed.
ALL WOHK n:llllASTIM.
REMEMBER, 2 DOORS NORTU OK THE OPERA nOCSE,
g .1. LOOP,
Wholesale dealer In
CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDY.
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
Tho attention or Town Agents, Physicians
and Druggists is especially called to our wines,
as they aro unsurpassed tor medical puriKjses,
coming rrom ono or Iho oldest vineyards In
California. All good guaranteed pure and .sat
isfactory, or to bo returned at my expense.
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN, STS.,
(Landon A Huntoon's Block,)
Rutland, Vt. myllf
jyjARHLE CUTTERS WANTED 11Y
Jr. WOO MS,
may24dlvv- Greenfield, Mass
J3LUJII1ING AND GAS FITTING.
COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
Having leased rooms No. 15, Merchants' Row,
In Storo with H. It. Dyer, I am prepared to do
all work In my lino In a workmanlike manner
at reasonable rates.
PLUMBING AND OAS FITTING GOODS
supplied at tho lowest rates.
SATISFACTION G IT A It A N T E E D .
W Orders by mall promptly attended to.
S. D. JENNESS,
Rutland, May 89, 1S73. (13m.
.LACE OF RUTLAND.
Villaiie Clfrk's Office,)
HC1LANH, .way 11, isia. )
In nursuanco of a renuest signed by inoro than
live leiral voters or the Villain ot Rutland hav
ing been left nt this onice, notice Is hereby
given that a special meeting ot said villago w 111
be held at tho Villago Hall, on Tuesday, Juno
10, 1S73, at t o'clock p. m., to act on tho follow
ing uusiness :
1st. To seo If tho villago will vote a tax sufll-
clent to meet tho necessary current expenses ot
1 no year.
uii. Taupe If the vlllaco will volo a tav sum-
dent to repair tho sewer between the railroad
embankment and Forest street, and llnlsh up
the connecting link between Ripley's block and
w est sireei.
3d. To transact any other business thought
necessary when met.
GEORGE 11. BOTTUM, Clerk.
I7LK HORN & JIAONOLIA FLOUR
It very choice, ror salo at
mayldAwly II. W. MARSHAIX'S'S.
milE BEST SEWING MACHINE IN
X tho world. Wo havo tried them. Can bo
had at E. N. MERRIAM'S.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TO RENT
at E. N. MERRIAM'S.
Also repairing anu tuning.
OOK.-8. CLEJIENS, NEAR THE
Fair Ground, liutianu, vi., sens upiuu
s or lending varieties at 25 cents each.
mi's Ol leuillllir liuirm'a nv A'
100. Clinton Urupo Vines, 25 cents each. As-
paragus roots, a years oiu, ji.wiJi .
un assortment of Urecn Ilouso Plants, at low
rates. Uoranluins, double and single, plane
and zonale at from 10 to 20 cents each.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
hc gutlmul gaily (fttoto.
. SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1873.
A lililu nt Mglit.
(This splendid poem was published eight
years ago In Tho Pacific, a San Francisco Con
gregational 1st paper. It should have made Its
author famous, but was modestly published
nnonymonsly. En Globe.
Such nights heaven crowns tho sarth with I It
To sit at home by daylight and describe
The Bplcndor and tho ghostllness and calm.
One needs the great moon beating on his brows,
And tho keen starlight glittering In his brain,
To ruse tho thing Into the symbol-word.
Wo were riding to her home, tho afternoon
V as dying Into Immortal ev ening In the west,
And tho llrst stars began to ralnfly shine,
Like the llrst Instruments or an orchestra
Touched sortly, ono by one; or like fair
Brightening within us when we look towards
Then It was dark the violet twilight died,
And star to star I pointed her young eyes.
Naming the constellations, telling how
Tho olden uges had been marked on them
Only llko hours upon an antique dial,
Adam and Jacob, Job, Isaiah, John.
Had climbed In thought to Heaven by those
Tho very' horses under us, In their paco
(The dumb, strong, faithful creatures,) teemed
Tho solemn glory of Night, nor curvetted,
Nor loitered, stepping iree and high,
As In t he marble iomp of some old triumph.
When w e had reached the house I sat an hour,
Waiting ror moonrlse, watching her long curls
With tho babo grasping ror them, and her glee
As sho became a child to meet his play.
At last I lcrt her standing In the porch,
(The limited candle touching her with light
Like a Madonna) and set on my way
Homeward, alone ; Into tho solemn night
Into tho desolate splendor, where tho moon
Roseblowly, (tueeiillke. sorrowful. Below
The silent land lay dim, jet visible
Hi the whlteghost llko glimmer llko a dream,
or a dim memory, of some splendid day ;
Or like a life 6rom which the Joy has gone,
Leaving it still and patient, sad and fair,
My path led through the wide and barren
No sound, no moving thing, savo the sllget
The hoofs made, and my shadow following on
Jollied to tho horse's shadow, llko tho ghost
or a Greek Centaur guarding mo along.
The moon, not high enough to quench the stars
Broke like a surf or silver on the clouds,
White motionless clouds, like sort anil snowy
Which tno great earth spreads, sailing round
The hollow vault j bove grew vast, a depth
Unfathomable, only Its vesribulo
Ltr gllininoilngly with stars, and Ibelow,
AspccK unnoticed and unnotlcable.
Creeping my little way across the land ;
Living within the brain n life whoso slzu
Expanded through tho limitless universe,
Lining a nebulous atmosphere ot thought
From world to world, rrom creature up to God.
outwardly 0110 or the least or Mammals; j et
Youngest of the Immortals, heir ot Heaven I
Upon the brow of the hill I paused ; o night
How beautiful 1 Calmly the moon looked on,
Enchantress, that with winds llko waving
And watches its completion. In the vale
The village seemed, with Its white cottages,
A fold with white Hocks clustering, while Iho
Stood motionless like shepherds watching
A town or dreamers, each has gone to sleep
Trusting in soino seir-power his weapon near,
or ids well-rastened doors, or rearless or
Blind dreamers 1 Never thinking how they
Safe rolded in the father-arms or Ood,
At homo I stood. lcaulllL' across tho nerk
or tho dumb animal that loved my arm,
viuui iicuiuies 1 un 1110 1011 unu loau ot uie,
And not tor thein the starllghtand Its holies.)
It seemed Impossible to l-o to rest.
To shut sleep's dark doorson the tingling brain
.1111. 11-u.1v; umicrbu ui llljbiery
With eager, burning lingers beckoning
our drowsy souls, and none to watch or aspire.
With awed and solemn heart I turned aw ay,
Lingering but to wntch where In the west
A silent meteor slowly tell afar,
As though, pacing the gardeo-vvalks or Heaven,
Some musing angel had let rail a llower.
'J'lic .Hun Willi tho Iron IHuvk.
One of the questions which the world lias
never settled, and over which there is a
prospect that it will wrangle as long as the
earth stands, is the identity of the individu
al who, just two hundred years ago this
spring, was imprisoned in tho Bastile nt
1'an, and tound a place in history as tho
Man with the Iron JIask. The story briefly
narrated, is that on April 3, 1C73, a man of
aristocratic hearing and dress, supposed to
nave ueen arrested on the northern i reneh
frontier, was imprisoned in the famous Pa
risian lock-up. The, next spring he was re
moved, with n velvet mask upon his face,
to the fortress of Pignerol, nnd placed un
der the charge of St. liars, who was his
custodian for twenty-nine years, when his
mission was ended by the death of the Man
in the Iron JIask. During his imprison
ment tho mysterious prisoner was removed
frqni Pignerol to tho Castle of Exiles,
thence to tho Isles of Ste. Marguerite, and
finally returned to tlio Bastile in 1C98,
whero lie remained until lie died in 1704.
When lu died his bodv was subjected tn
chemical action, his papers nnd furniture
wero burned, and the walls of his cell
scraped to destroy all chance even of acci
dental recognition. At the time of his cap
ture Louis the XIV was King, his mother,
Anno ,ot Austria, was alive, and Jrouquet
was notninaUy the prime minister. The
King, his mother, and the Dauphin, Louis
XV, are tho only ones known to have pos
sessed tho secret of the prisoner's Identity,
though it was probably known also to St.
-Mars, his sole custodian.
The story of the man thus imprisoned for
twenty-nine years with his mask constantly
upon his face, lias given rise to much spec
ulation among tho historians, and been
made the tliemo of poems, dramas and ro
mances, almost Innumerabb. The histo
rians hare given it great attention and pa
tient investigation, und have reached con
clusions, of widely varying nature. The
list of those, who have been named as the
persons to whom the honor of this mysteri
ous Imprisonment belongs, is an extended
one, and evidence, more or less voluminous
and conclusive has been brought to support
tho claims of each. Tho chief names it
hears aro tlioso of tho son of Louis XIV by
Loulso do Valliere.fan illegitimate son of
Anne of Austria by Buckingham, or a son
of the same by Mazarin, and lastly a twin
brother of Louis XIV. But these, well
supported as their claims seem to have
been, liaro hcen, with the exception ol the
illegitimate 8311 of Anne of Austria, or n
twiu brother of tho king, disposed of aud set
aside as out of the question. In relation to
these two exceptions it is to bo said that
thero aro a host of supporters of both theo
ries. Dumas appearing among tlioso who
aro the strongest debaters in favor of the
identity of the twin brother of tho king and
the Alan in the iron .Mask.
Major Jung, of the French army, has re
cently published n book which ho claims to
bo " tho final, because tho correct" solu
tion of tho enigma; nnd in the June num
ber of the Galaxy, Colonel James F. Jlolino
hastens to ndopt this solution, which is sim
ply this: In tho records ot tho war depart
ment of France, JIaj'or Jung has found
proof of tho existence, In 1073, of a well-
lormeil and inlluentlal conspiracy against
tho king's life, and that at very near the
time when tho masked prisoner is known to
have been arrested, the chief of this con
spiracy was also mado prisoner and taken
to the Basilic. Tho idea that the masked
prisoner was a prince of tho blood, or more
than n common conspirator, they dismiss
Colonel Mcllno having reviewed and ap
proved Mnjor Jung, thero are a plenty of
disputants arising to review and disprove of
Col. Mellne. Tlicy point to tho circum
stances connected with the imprisonment of
tho unknown to show that whether conspi
rator or not ho must havo been a prince af
the blood, for this was shown by his treat
ment as a prisoner of tha highest rank in
the clothing nnd provisions provided for
him, nnd In the attitude of St. Mars and his
fellow olllcors towards their vroUne. stand
ing uncovered wlien In Ills piescnco until
requested to sit down ono which such offi
cers -would not liavo observed toward any
pno In Franco but to a prince'of tho blood,
PIANO TO RENT
Inquire at this onicc.