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TM RUTLAND DAILY GLQMl, SATURDAY M011NING, JUNE 7, 1873.
2:Uc Jutland gaily 6lok.
.-Tt IiDAY, .ll'Ni: 7, 1875.
usun it, ami tiiii'Aiirriii: of hiiins.
UIAI.VS AHUIVK AT Itl'lt.ANII.
1. in i)i-lloii Kails. IU2 A I9:0ii u. in., '2.22 A-
l. p. in.
llurlliD.mn 12:10 .t Ml:34 u. In., (2:50 A tills
" i'oii Ui iin, Miss n. in. & ttiinp. in.
Ilciiiiliigluv, 112:111 p, in., t7:Mf X "10:00 p.
" t'unilo.i, 11:1511. in., tl:30, 9:00 a; (10:00
" -.ilciit, 1:40 8:3(1 n. in.) t0:40 A '4:55 p. tn.
TRUSS I.KVVK llt'll.ANI).
1 or II. llnw Culls, 12:5nA-tl:'.10a.ni.,'l2:linU5:oo
" liiiiliiKtoii, Ijm.v Ifcoon. in., 2:32 A 5:05 p.
" fort Henry, (n.oo n. in. A 5:05 p. in.
" lleliiiliiutun, t!!:iui A 'u.iir. n. in., A 12:20 p. in.
S.irutii';u, 14:20, (mm a tl:ts n. in., A "3:W p.
Njleni, i:io a 10:00 . in., M:no A r.:0o p. m.
l'ol Oft lie.
Harlem Exlcnslon wny, S.45 a. in., nml s.oo p. in.
Eastern way, 11.40 n. in.
Troy way, 12.40 p. m.
'I'roy, 12.40 p. 111., 2.40 p. in., ami lo.on p. in.
Albany, 12. 10 p. m., 2.40 p. in., ami Hum p. in.
Boston, 11.40 a. in., nnct 10.00 p. tn.
Northern way, 2.00 p. 111.
Burlington, 2.00 p. in. 111111 10.00 p. in.
Snrotogn way, 2.40 11. in.
New York, 2.40 p. In. nml 10.00 p. in.
Connecticut Illver way, 10.00 p. in.
Woodstock way, (Stage) 1.00 p. in.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays nnd Saturdays) 3.00 p. in.
llaili'iu lA'i'nslon wuj, 10.00 p. in.
Eastern wuj , 2.20 p. 111.
Troy wa., 4.55 p. m.
Troy, 1.40 a. in., 11.11 a. 111. and 4.r.'; p. 111.
Albany, 11.43 n. in., i.r.-i ami 9.10 p. in.
Boston, 1.4o n. 111. iiml 2.20 p. 111.
I'aiinilas, 12.40 n. m.
Northern wny, 11.32 a. 111.
Burlington, 12.10 and 11,32 a. 111.
.Saratoga way, 11. inn. 111.
New York, 1 1.45 a. In. and 4.55 p. in.
Connecticut Hlver waj , 8.45 p. in.
Woodstock way, (stage) 11.55 n. 111.
Chittenden, (Tucsdo) a nml S.iturilj j s) 10.30 a.m.
Cir-Malls will lie promptly closed at tho specl
llcodliourj all letters deposited In the street
boxes will lio collected at 8.31) anil ll.oo a. in.,
12.10, 1.30 and last collection for all night malls,
at ii.oo p. in. All letters deposited In iliu Letter
Box at tlio Depot will lju eolleeteit by Route
Agents tlvo minutes proilous to tin; departure
of eaeli mall train.
advknt. Elder A. Hleglns oj Springfield, will
preach at 10.15 a. 111. ; 1.110 anu 7 o'clock, p. m.
11AVTIST. llev. i:. .Mills, Pastor; .son Ires at
10.45 a. 111. and 7.00 p. 111. .Valibalh school nl 12 111.
Catholic liev. Charles Iloylan, Pastor; Ser
vices at 8.00 ami 10.20 a. 111., anil 7.011 p. m.
Fiif.nch catholic llev. II. Cardinal, Pastor;
Services at ll.oo a. 111. nnU4-oo p. 111.
CosniiEdATioNAi. Itev. .1.(1. .lohn son, Pastor;
Services at 10.4.5 a. 111. and 7.011 p. m. Prayer
meetings Thursday mid Saturday evenings at
Hi'iscm-Ai.. Itev. W. .T. Harris Hector; Morn
ing Prayer with Sermon at 10.30 a.m. Sunday
School Immediately uricr morning service.
Evening I'myer with sermon at 7.30 p. m.
Mktiioiiist. llev. II. v. Austin, Pastor; Ser
vices nt 10.30 a. m. and at 7.110 p. 111. Sabbath
.School ut 12 in. Prayer Meetings Tuesday nnd
Thursday evenings nt 7.30, In the Chapel, West
West Rutland MethoHst Preaching In Cen
tral Hall nts.oo and 7.00 p. in.
You 1 1 Men's Christian Association.
Meets at their Hall, liulTum'sMllock, Monday
evenings for devotional services at 7.45 o'clock,
led by Ben. K. Chase. All arc Invited. At tlio
closo nt the devotional exercises them will bo
11 meeting for business. Tho members of tho
Hoard of Directors, and working icominlttee
nro requested to be present.
Heading H00111 freely open lo all, from 8.00 a.
111. to 10 p. in.
Meeting; nt the Jail at 4 o'clock p. 111. Leader,
S. S. Hill; delegates, .1, K. Medium, S. II. Kel
ler. Pooler District. Leader Moses Perkins ; dele
gates, W. C. Walke.'. Clark Long. Meeting at
0 o'clock p. 111.
ItJ'Tl.A.M) post ofritii:.
Advertised Letters for the week ending June
llraj ton. Miss Caddie, Pierce, Mrs o K
.Barron, Miss Ilellen II I.mlth, Miss Caiilc
Clifford, Mrs Alhanon Spaulillng, Mrs s 11
Crowe, Miss Bridget Stroge, Miss lirnlii
Carpenter, .lesslo A Saunders, llonurla
Cheney. Miss Nellie Sivalne, Miss 1:11.1
Danforth. Mrs olive O Tnrbcit. Mrs. A
Dure, Mrs Obed Thouias. .Miss A M
D.nes, Mrs Charles E Tntrau, Mrs .luila
UgRlcstnn.MIss Clara F. White. Mrs Amanda
V'rost, Mrs Chester Woolcott Mrs El'
I'orman, Miss Aorella White, Mi's Aurarco
ciile, Mrs. Daniel Winters, Miss N
O'Nell, Miss Nellie E
Allard, Oilier Hubbard, S T
Hlalsdell A M sngrahain, Wm
llenjamln c W Johnson, Willis
Hraden, John (I Kc'ley, M J
liarrett. John Lap.irl, Frank 2d
Darker, (i It Leonard, Nnpollon
llattles, James Mitchell, Daniel
Halley, Sands Morris, K L
llagley, Thomas McDonah, Patilck
Caswell, 1: H Madlgan, Thomas
Coleman, II l'reannynre, i:
conley, .1 Pierce, Sanies A
Donna, H I'liuej-. John
Hodge, K II lteardon, l'at rlek
liunn, Thomas 2d Sliermau, A C
i:im, James Thomas, A S
(llbrrn.A Smith, HA
(lurking, C Mliison, Edward
(lurmont, I) Sterns, Myer
(laslaw, I'runcU Minonds, N
(lolden, A Sweeney, 'l'
(lloason, W ! Steele, William
(irover, 7. T Towns, Charley
Hcrschtleid, n Tredctte, Louis
ll'gglis, David Wiggins, Daniel
Havens, Edgar White, i:dwlu
lle.Tlcl;, c.eo W Willis. Kdwln
Haskell, Dr J N Wrlcli, Nathan
Haggarty, l'at rick Wodov er, It It
Crowley A Connor .S'llllwoU A Wescotl
A 1) Adams A Son
uni.D roit rosTAHC.
North Eastern Mutual Life Assoelatloll, Bint-
(leo. Woodman A Co., Boston, Mass.
T. D. .vmltli, Castlelon.
Mr. Marek, Mldillcbury.
Joeph Pellern, Brandon.
Hatter Hlalsdell, No. Wnlllngford.
-Miss Cora Ferguson, Ncwburgli, N, Y.
.Mrs. Thomas Howe, Westlleld, -Moss.
When application Is tnado for an advertised
letter, tlio uppllcaiitmnst give date of ndu-itlsc-ment.
It not called for within ono month they
i.iu ftum. iu inu iieuu i.uiier unice.
J. II. KII.HUHN, P. M.
IlUTIiAM) AND VICINITY.
Tho Bun sets to-night at 7:31, and rises
to-morrow morning at '1:23, and sets at
Vermont lodge, Xo. 1, of tho Knights of
Phythlas, meets nt Odd Fellow's hall, tills
Saturday evening at 7:!S0.
There will ho a special communication of
Center Lodge, Xo. 31, V, &A. II., at Jin
sonic Hall, tills Saturday evening, nt 7:30
o'clock, for work 011 tho degrees.
Dr. C. C. I'. Clark of Oswego, X. V.,
and a son of Dr, Theophilus Clark of Tin
mouth, is in town with his family stopping
Willi ids in'otiicr-ln-law, llr, V. H, i,
.Messrs. X. I'. Simons, H, o. Kvcrts
and Ilomco II. Dyer went yesterday as
commissioners lo lay out a new road from
allingford to Tinmouth.
liurghus nnd sneak thclvcs are hcconiln
quite trouhlesomo nt night In our village
just now, owing to tlio fact that policemen
are not ahout at that time. Some 0110 tried
to enter the rcsidenco of Sheriff Field on
Thursday night hut was heard hy tho own
cr, who Is seldom caught napping, and
scared away. Other citizens liavo hcen
molested and their sleep destroyed hy tho
fiamo causo of late,
Phincas aieason was hrought up to-day
charged with selling liquor, hy a notorious
woman of tho town some timo ago. Since
then tho woman has cleared tho vicinity,
and as nothing could ho proven against
Ulcason ho was discharged. Xo douht a
To-day is tho anniversary of the election
of Washington as Oeneral in Chief in 1770;
to-morrow is tho nnniversary of tho dcatl:
.f flem'i'nl Jnel.'finn In 1in
Just as the express train ninth was start.
iuc from Whiting station, yesterdoy after
noon, at 0 o clock, a litto hoy nhout six
yearS.old, fell under tho train hut wns for.
.Mr H.g AVhltncy is making deslrahlo
repairs nml nddltlnns t(i liis rofldciiec on
A liileflirtll Btorm vlflU'it Hiillaml at
niUlnlglit Inst nljjlit.
rolcgrnph icpoi-t cut olmit tills mornlns
llV tlio Still 111.
(IliXRIIAI. si us
The June term nf tlio Ailillsnn County
Court rominenml nt .Mhltllclmry on Tncs-
lny,Chlcf Justice I'ierpiilnt prcslillnj?. The
Brand Jury aic in session.
The llrghtrr saya t The .Mlildlelmry ror-
re.ioiiilents of fiirt'lgn papers nio inidoulit
eilly In error In tho Item staling that Judge
Swift Is the oldest person living In Mlildle
lmry. lire. Polly Ilonff Is US yrnm of use,
I'MwIn Donahue, M or Oil, Asahel ! rost Is
soniethinc aliovo !13. wo niPlohl. Judse
Swift Is 112.
Ikwrs. Solace iV Huntley, nf Drldgeport.
have lately sold n four-year-ohl hoisc of
Kthau Allen stock to Colonel l'liyfe, of
KcwYork, for $:).000. lie has made n
full mllo In 2.J.O.
Another lot of Indian skeletons have hocn
found 011 the shores of Snrntogo lake.
The first meeting of tho general conven
tion of the Congregational Churches will
ho held at lllddlchury, Juno 17th. Among
tho exercises will ho 11 discussion of the
Roman Catholic question In its practical
aspects In this State, liv liev, 0. 11. Salford,
Tuesday evening, and an essay on Wed
desday, on tho proper relation of ethical to
doctrinal picachlng,iiy Iicv.W. Thompson.
Stravvherry festivals have commenced.
Ono tnkes place at llennlngton next week,
on Wednesday evening.
Grass never promised hotter, though there
are Indications of a serious drought.
Wiwt IttTi.ANi). liev. Dr. Harris will
officiate In the School House at West lint
laud to-morrow nt :?.!)0 p. 111.
.n gnome i.v jiiiiiiurriiM'.v.
t'lno Siiimiicr Itisiiil.
On yesterday nftcrnoou vc paid a living
visit to lliddlctown, stalling from Itiilland
at ahout live o'clock and with good speed
and time arriving there ahout half-past six
a drive of fifteen miles over a good road
through the delightful farming country
which abounds in Ira and Tinmouth on the
Tlio roads aic In excellent condition nnd
as usual, at this season of the year, the
fanners mo just beginning lo show Hie
fruits of their spring's woik in the corn and
potatoes which arc shooting up their plants
out of the ncwly-tlllcd ground.
X'o more pleasant route for a pleasure
drive can lie selected than this which wo
took on yesterday. Passing through tho
fine villages of Centre and West liulland,
we soon reach the town of Ira. Here dwell
in peace and contentment many of the far
mers vthnsc toil and labors have given Ver
mont so wide a reputation as an agricul
tural Stale. Xcarly all arc independent in
tills woild's goods, own their farms, live
well by tho sweat of their brows and at an
ecoinlcalrate.save what they make and add
every year tn the appearance and matcilal
worth of their property. Ira is blessed villi
but few of tho advantages of village life,
but is within range of liutland trade and
so make that their market and business
harbor. It boasts of a chinch, however, a
handsome ono loo, which is passed on our
way, where, according to lirs. Partington,
the gospel is "dispensed with," nnd also
a liberty polo that is creeled before the
meetlng-houso door nnd attracts Ibo eye
from afar off. IJds pole, by the way, lias
something of a history. About three years
ago the parish of that town secured the
services of a certain pastor, to show them
the wny in which they should wall: and
provide the church-going people with
preaching, lie was a man it appears of
considerable go-aheadaliveness as well ns
possessed witlui due regard for the welfare
of Ids lloek. He had not been there a great
while befoie lies began to wake up the pco
plo of that region to a sense of their needed
wants and to demonstrate to them how best
they could bo met. His ideas seemed lo re
volve about a now libcrty-polc.
This would bo an enterprise of much im
portance to tlio community and they must
have 0110 Ho accordingly exhorted the
parisli to havo one erected, ho addressed tho
assembled congregation from timo to time
on the matter; lio advocated tlio claims of
such n movement upon their minds nnd
showed tlio project up in its highest colors.
The result was that tlio people decided to
have a liberty polo raised and the funds
were to bo secured. The men throughout
tlio town with commendable public spirit
enlisted themselves in tho matter and be
gun to work tho matter up. The tim
her was got out of the mountain and made
ready for tlio purpose. A raising was had
and several attempts wei 0 made to raise tho
pole. Finally the services of Mr. Powers,
of Clarendon, were secured nnd tho polo
was a success ; all tho farmers turning out
with their teams to help.
Butllcu it to say the town got a llbeity
pole and a gooi ono too, nt an expense of
a few hundred dollars ; and tho minister
about this time was called to another field
Hut wo must bo on our way to tlio v illage
of lliddlctown. The situation of the town
is decidedly romantic nnd presents a very
pretty sight as wo approached it. Wo ar
rive at tlio Villago Hotel where entcitnin
nient is provided in tho host of stylo for tho
Inner man, by tho landlord, Mr. Alon.o
(lates, who has a duo regard for tlio com
foit and convenience of his guests. Tho
chief attraction of tho vl'lago nnd the ob
jective point of our visit is tho
and the celebrated Mineral Spiings which
abound near hy, which havo gained for the
I louse a fame not only in their healing prop-
crtlcii but also tho place ns!n Summer resort
of no small Impoi tance. Tlio Springs were
first discovered somo five years ago and
steps were soon taken for tho spreading of
their good qualities to tho knowledge of tlio
outsli'o world. Tho healing properties
which aro claimed for these waters 1110 ack
nowledged by tho many who havo taken
them during these years for tlio euro of
various diseases and which havo proved
successful. Tho situation of tlio town is
not conducive to a speedy notoriety of theso
waters as is established so widely for tho
springs at Saratoga and other noted places,
but we think it Is simply a question of timo
in this regard. Somo of tho enterprising
citizens of MIddletown tlirco years ago,
erected tlio Montvcrt Hotel, as a summer
resort for thoso who camo to drink of tho
waters and for city peoplo seeking for a
harbor of rest and country life. The Houso
ns an establishment is an assured success
from Its erection, being built In flrbt-class
style, four stories and a basement, and with
a capacity of accommodating tlirco hundred
guests with perfect case nnd facility Its
location Is one particularly fine, command
ing n view of tho lovely extent of country
surrounding tho town as well as the villago
ltsel f. The hotel is ow nod hy n stock com
pany, and tills senson have secured tho ser
vices of Mr. Dwlglit Doolittlo, n gentleman
of considerable experience as n landlord in
tho city of Xow York, to take cliargo of
tho same. Mr. Doolittlo arrived two weeks
since and is now established in ids now
(platters, icady to rccclvo guests. Tho
house Is furnished In splendid stylo with
every facllty necessary to the comfort and
convenience of city peoplo or Invalids pro
filed In tho best manner. Tho roooms are
all large and well furnished with n
splendid view from tlio spacious
parlors and dining rooms which are
titled up In 11 manner rarely excelled out
side of our larger cities. There aro four
springs in tlio Immediate neighborhood of
the hotel, where ate provided all the requi
sites that ate seen nt watering-places of
larger notoriety, and wo can nssuro all who
patronize tlio "Montvcrt" this season a
good resting-place from business and com
fortable, If not luxuiious, appointments In
every particular. Mr. Doolittlo is undoubt
edly a gentleman nnd knows full well how
to keep a hotel.
Our timo being limited we could not
make so extended n review of Hits place ns
its merits demand. Another establishment
wo noticed In town which is of much
wortli Is the manufactory of
A. W. (IttAY fc sos
who haw acquired considerable reputation
in Hie manufacture of n patent Horse Pow
er and Thrashing Machines, This factory
was established In 1812, and their patent
has lately liceii le-issncd for the manufac
ture of their machines. Tlio firm have al
ways run their works by water-power until
the demands for their work being beyond
their capacity to supply, they have com
menced to run hy steam power. They now
inako two sets of machines per day, which
is a full accoutrement for business, and
these machines are sent to every Stato in
the Union. Kachsctissold for about $400.
Forty men are employed iu the manufac
tory and still the demand Is greater than
the supply. This is one of the best and
mor-t impnilnnt manufactories in this
The people of MIddletown have also a
Cheese Factory, whore the milk of some
soven hundred cows Is every day made
into cheese, making iu all about thirteen
hundred pounds of this article per day.
There aro many things which conduce
to make MIddletown one of the best sum
mer reports In the State, its location is
excellent, while the fine accommodation
for visitors cannot bo excelled in tills lo-
cality. In addition to the hotels already
named is a good boarding-house, kept by
Mr. Dexter Adams, in excellent condition,
well appointed throughout and visited
every summer by a good number of guests.
Our stay of an hour was soon up and
lighted a portion of the way by tlio rays of
tlio moon wo took up our Hying journey
luck to Kulland, arriving a little past
nine. How we improved the time and
what wo saw we dot down in tb's way for
the benifit of tlio reader.
FaiiUIavi:n'. Why Is it that our sold'ers'
raves were decorated only by three gills,
who spent half the day In gathering wild
flowers, because there were not garden and
louse llowers iu town to spare for dead
soldiers? Thanks to the girls, their graves
were not quite forgotten. Let us hope that
when another decoration day shall come
our soldiers' graves will not be neglected
by all but three girls.
I'owxniiKNi). Tlio llrattleboro l'lutnlr
savs the Townshend people are shaking
their sides over a practical joke played
upon nn old farmer who bragged consider
ably over a big egg that one of his liens
had laid. Tlio day following its discovery,
a mischievous neighbor placed a huge goose
; in tho rest, nnd on tho strength of this
the unsuspecting fanner hraggs louder than
ever, nnd lias actually sold his hen to a Ja
maica man for $1.
Ax Knoine Divbs into Tiir. Kivr.ii.
Fatly on Friday moiling tho regular freight
train on tho Central road went to tho side
track at Jonesvlllo to let the night train,
from P.oslon, pass, and iu leaving did not
closo tlio switch. An cxtrn freight train
following camo along, and tho engineer and
fireman seeing tho switch open knew the
Inevitable result nnd jumped from the en
gine, and in so doing, tlio engineer was
somewhat burned. Ilio engine plunged
Into the Winooski river, so deep as to
leave only a portion of tlio smoko stack
visible. The engine Ixfro the name "Joseph
Clink" and is. said to bo ncaily a total
wreck. Five of the fieight cars loaded
Willi corn went off the Iron, but did not go
into tho river.
I.inmxiNci. During a severe thunder
storm which passed over tlio southern part
of-Aildison county about four o'clock on
Friday afternoon tlio lightning struck a
telegraph polo on the lino of Hie Addison
railroad, near Whiting station, tlio lluid ran
along tho wile into tho telegraph ofllcc at
Whiting, breaking Hie batteries and tearing
tlio plastering from the wnll of tlio build
ing. It ran tlio other direction to tlio ofllco
in Sliorciiani, and although doing no dam.
age, it made a report like that of a pistol,
much to the terror of those In tho building
at tho moment.
Tho following directors weio elected on
Tuesday by tho stockholders of tho Kens.
solacr and Saratoga : .
Geo. II, 'Cramer, Joseph II. Warren, K.
Thompson dale, (ieorgoll. AVarren, W. II.
Hart, X. A. Sheppard, James Forsyth,
Troy, X. Y. j Thomas White, Albany j
Cornelius Vnuderhllt, W. II. Vanderbilt,
Xew Yoik : I. V. liakcr, Comstncks Land
ing : Charles Cramer, Waterford j Henjnmln
E. nates, iioston, aiiiss
At 11 meeting of tho stockholders of tho
Saratoga and Schenectady railroad, held on
Tuesday at Troy, tho following board of
directors was elected :
(leorgo H. Cramer, H. X. Lockwood, T.
M, Warren, II. O. Loekwood, S. K. AVar
ren, K. Thompson dale, Chester Qrlswold,
A. Deforest dale, of Troy j Charles Cramer,
HiiA'ni.Eiioitu. Tlio villago authorities
aro enforcing tlio rule recently adopted for
the early closing of tho drinking sliops
Saturday nights, nnd W. A. Jlarkcr, keep
er of a combined fish market and beer sal
0011, was brought before Justice W. S.
Newton, on Monday of last week, for vio
lation of this rule. Ho called for a jury
at first, but tho witnesses becoming nutner
ous, finally plead guilty to three counts
nnd was lined $30 and costs amounting iu
nil to nliout 450.
(Jrnuvllle, . V.
Tlio work of restoring tlio buildings laid
wasto by fire of tlio past winter, lias been
entered on with vigor. More houses will
be erected this year than for several pic
Tlio Central Hnuso lias been sold to Mr.
lirown, of Xoith Granville, for $13,000.
Mercantile business is unusually brisk."
1'Kiiso.VAt.. Wo copy tlio following from
tlio Itmime Valley AVtf., of North Adams,
Tlio Kov. II. C. Farrnr. our new Metho
dist minister, has occupied ills iiulplt In tills
village two Sabbaths, and Ids ministry
among us bids fair to bo productive of
much good. lie is a talented and pleasant
speaker, and nn exemplary (jiinstiau.
The Whitehall 7Ywif. appears In a new
Arrest air it Slispic teil CollliterU'ltcr.
Tho people of Fort Edward have been
for some time past annoyed by the circula
tion of counterfeit money, nnd the United
Stales authorities have been determined to
work up the case and arrest the counter
feiter, if possible. Circumstances led tn
the suspicion of Benj. F. Hewitt, a saloon
keeper nt Fort Edward, who was supposed
to bo honost, nnd on Wednesday night
Deputy United Statos Marshal Kussoll ar
rested him. Tho only evidence in posses
sion of Hie olllcers nt present is that four
counterfeit fifty cent scrips were found in
ids monov drawer and one In his pocket.
Hewitt claimed to know nothing about
them, stating that bo must have unsuspect-
ngly taken them in. Ho was examined
before a United Slates ComniUslonor on
Friday morning and admitted lo ball. 'The
peoplo say that there was an organized
gang of counterfeiters, but it is now be
lieved to be a wrong supposition.
The Woodstock Stanthml says it Is es
timated that tho railroad extension within
tho Union for 1G7Q will bo 8,500 miles.
This would lie nn Increase of nearly 1,000
miles abovo that of the years 1872 and 1871.
Calling the average cost per mile of road
30,000 and it amounts to $2.ri.'i,000,000 to
bo expended this year for this one Interest.
To tills sum ndd tlio amount necessary to
equip these roads and the total will not be
less than 300,000,000.
Among the Eastern Stales this estimate
is distributed ns follows : Maine po miles,
Xew Hampshire 7fi miles, Vermont 100
miles, Mnssacusetts 05 miles, Khode Island
20 miles, and Connecticut 55 miles.
Wo aro glad to sec, in imagination even,
that in one department of progress, Ver
mont the Eastern States takes tho "lead."
We much fear however, that, as miners
say, "tins lead will pan out.
It would give us great pleasure to locate
10 of these 100 miles of new road In this
state through tills valley, but with the in
formation at had we don't see how wo can.
For tlio present wo will compromise on 14
miles, and take the remainder when we can
Wo have received from the publisher, S.
M. Southard, of Vcrgennes, Vt., a copy of
the remarkable picture of "Washington
Irving and ids Literary Ft lends." It was
originally engraved in London nt nn ex
pense of $15,000. It will lie sent to any
part of the United States for 11,25. Ad
dress thi! publish?!' at Vcrgennes, Vt.
The pietuie repiesenls Mr. Irving In his
library at Sunnysldc, in tlio center of a
group of fifteen American literary celebri
ties. Upon bis right and left and in Ids
immediate vicinity are Prcscott, Cooper,
Haucroft, Longfellow, nnd in n wider ch ch
are Emerson, Kennedy, Hryant, Paulding,
Willis, Hawthorne, Hailed;, Sinims and
Anions tlio arrivals at the liardwell
House Juno 0th arc the following:
Edisir llrcwer. Chatham : li. P. Mead,
Chariestown: Ira A Howen. Hoston: (1 W
Harntan and wife, Hennington; H 1! La
Hue. Xew York: John 1) Ames. XewYoik:
W D Pnvne. Providence. It. I.: II G liar-
man, Hrandon; I. V, Oher, Hoston; II F
Mav. Manchester: W 0 Cotlinir. Pitlsford:
J E Parker and wife, Whiting. Vt.; Noble
Irish, Essex Junction; George J Hradley,
Hoston; AV O. MIcoll and wife, N Y City;
.TF Flint, Troy, X Y; Key LH Stone,
Cistloton: II H AVlldnian. Albanv: J M
Ferguson, Albany; John Christina, Phila
delphia; A m J Osinuii, Xew 1 ork.
Allen it Drew, 27 Merchants' Kow, are
agents for the Elm City Shirt. Shirts cut
and made tn order. Clothing, Hats, Cups,
Trunks and Hags.
Ill MIddletown, Mny2i, Juna 0 lie of Dr.
j.liahini nun, agco. iiieurs.
ltutland, Vt., Juno ctli, 1ST3.
PAIOK & CI100KS, Mrugglsts, Merchants'
How, aro selling Haw Unseed Oil nl ll.on per
(follon ; boiled linseed oil, tl.10. Strictly puro
Forest IUrcr Lead at 13 cents pcrpound ; Spirit
Turpcutlno at 80 cents per gallon ; Keroseno
Oil at SO cents. And all other goods In their
lino cheaper than anyone elso In ltutland conn,
ty, for cash. Call nnd sco them befoio pur
chasing elsewhere. Coumcnicatkii
P A 1 N T E D T HE SIGNS
nUHTAIN COKX1CES OF HLACK
J Walnut, or all (lilt, mntlo to order, fur.
inin Kings, iasseis unu corus. msAitnuiiN's
Tlio subscriber oilers for salo tlio
norm: anu lot, hi cottam: rthkkt,
Corner William Street,
House Is In good repair, contains 11 rooms, gas
nnd water above uml lie low. location desirable.
Cellar always dryandwell ventilated. Hum lias
nccoiiiiiiouiuiouH ior nm norses, or uorau nun
cow. (lood bum cellar.
A portion of tho furnlturo will bo sold Willi
tnuiiousoif uess red.
Possession given ut any time,
0, II. VOIUIKS.
ltutland, Jiinosd, 1813. dtf
SHOW OASES, COKXEK, CLOCK
nml Mont lo Shelves inndo to order, with
Plain or Moulded edgos. HHAOKKTH saw ed In
uinercni styios at jiisakiiukn'h
BATTY'S NABOB Via K L E H,
Crosso & llliicV-well's Pickles, Haltord's
Worcestershlri) Baueo, Nabob Sauco, In fact
nearly all kinds of Kngilsh Pickles can bo found
nt II. W. MAItHHALL'S
(Special to the Olohb.)
AFFItAY AT AVIXIISOK.
A Man's tlend Cut Open.
, AVisnsoR, At., June 0.
In a drunken row here Ted Hasslngton
was stiuck on the head with an nx hy a
man named Osmore, who pounded him
otherwise. Hasslngton has little chance
(.Vieclal.to tlio liutland Globe.)
Slnle IMIIois' Excursion.
Ticoxiikuooa, X. Y., June 0.
The morning broke splendidly with n
bracing atmosphere and after a breakfast
gotten up in Knselle's best style, the edi
torial excursion paity embarked on board
the Ganouskl on their return trip. The
sceneiy along the route looked moio de
lightful yesterday than befoie, Many
nf the party expressed a willingness to ro
turn and take another view of tho steep and
rugged mountains, dressed In their robes of
fiesliets green tho clear water and the is
land gems along the route. There was an
ever varying panorama nf distinct views.
Hie historic interest of tlio locality afforded
wide topic of conversation, nnd almost
condensed the hours into moments, and
befoie the party appreciated their journey
It was drawing to n close. AVhen the lit
tle steamer camo to her dock at Tlcondera-
go, tlio famous AV. O. Baldwin was await
ing them with coaches to convey them to
Lakp Chnmplain, Baldwin pnilvpnod tho
trip with story, nuocdoto nnd speech, until
the spot of Aberci'omble's defeat was reached
when the story was briefly told, and "go
on" was the order, and we soon arrived at
the Pavilllon Hotel on the hanks of Lake
business meeting was held on the boat
coming through Lake George, but no trans-
action of public Importance took place
aside from a vole of thanks to the various
parties who bad tendered courtesies to the
iVssociallon, especially to Hon. G. O. Bene
dict and linn. George II. Bigelow, of the
Burlington Free Press and Times, who
have been unwearied in their efforts to
make the exclusion agreeable nnd pleasant
Tins was most cordially assented to and no
pains w ere spared to look after the Individ
ual and general comfort of the excur
sionists. After one of AVIckers substantial dinners
the party inndo a hasty visit to the ruins of
the Old Fort, when tho Adirondack hove
n sight nnd a general stampede was made
to receive the cordial welcome of Captain
iVndersoii, and the noble craft steamed off
through the draw-bridge.
.S'pcelal to tho Omni:.
Excursionists at Burlington.
Bi'iu.ixdi'ox, June (i.
Capt. Anderson made a quick run with
the Adirondack this afternoon, teaching
here a little befoie five o'clock. Dining the
passage ho exhibited to the excursionists
evidem'o of admirable discipline of the
crows of steamers of the Cliamplain Trans.
pollution Company' by calling ids men to
quarters and mustering tlicin at the pumps.
which was done In double quick time,
Eaily in the evening, the Sherman Cornet
Band, of AVonoski, serenaded the members
of tlio association, stopping nt the A'an
Xess House. John Cain icspnudcd in 11
clever little speech.
Tho reception of Hon. G. fl. Benedict
and his estimable lady to the members of
the association and friends nt his fine rcsl
denco on Tattle street, to-night, was a
splendid and enjoyable nffalr. Tho grounds
were finely Illuminated with Chinese Ian
terns, etc., and the Sherman Cornet Band
played familiar airs. About two hundred
guests were present including the elite of
Burlington. Tho supper was elaborate.
Among tho notables in attendance were
Hon C AV Wlllard and lady, Montpellcr ;
Mayor Dodgo and wife, ex-Mayor I.insley
and wife, E J Phelps and wife, President
Buckhnm nnd wife, and other members of
tho faculty of the University AVItli these
were President Hickok of the Merchants'
National Hank, Key. L G AVare, pastor
of tho Unitarian Church, and Kov. Gcorgo
B Safford, Alderman H K AVlng and
others. Tims closed the delightful re
union of Vermont Editors.
ltcdeinptlon of ".i0 Bonds.
AVasihkqto.v, June 0,
Tho following circular is issued to-day
for tlio redemption of fi-20 bonds of 1802
By virtue of tlio Secretary, given by an
act of Congress npproved July 14th, 1870,
I hereby give notice that tho principal and
accrued interest of bonds herein lielow do
slguated, known as (5-30 bonds, will be
paid at tho treasury of tho United States,
Washington, on nnd after tho Ctli of (Sep
tember, 1873, and that Interest on said
bonds will ccaso on that day. That is to
say coupon bonds known ns third series
net of Feb. 25th, 1802, dated May Ut,
1803, ns follows : upon bonds fifty dollars
No. 1201 to 0200 Inclusive ; 100 No. -1783
to 20,000 luclusivo ; $500 No. 8,001 to 10,
700 inclusive j iJl.OOO No. 5,731 to 22,000
The Walworth Murder.
A MYBTItltlOUB flAI-I.EIt.
New Yoiik Juno 0.
Yesterday Frank Walworth, now con
fined in tlio Tombs for the murder of his
father, was again visited by his mother, to
gcther with his cousin, Judge Barbour and
Ids three counsel, ex-Dlstrlct-Attorney Gar
vin, Charles O'Conor, nud AV. A, Beach,
The prisoner was brought from his cell to
tlio counsel s teceptlon-room, where the In
tcrvicw took place. Ho embraced his
mother very nllocttoiintely, but beyond this
le displayed 110 emotion whatever. Mrs.
Wiilwotth also appeared to treat the mat
ter very lightly Tho interview was a long
one, nnd It Is understood It hud reference
o whnt line of defence should be taken
The body of the murdered man was last
evening placed In a casket preparatory to
being removed tn the Grand Central Depot
this morning, whence it will bo taken to
Saratoga for Interment. Xo services will
hj held In Xew York. Mrs. Walworth
wilt not accompany the remains, but will
proceed by n latter train to Saratoga. Be-
yond the fact that the body will lie intcried
n the family lot, the nirnngeniments for
the funeral hnvc not been decided upon.
Tlio clothing and personal effects of Mr.
A alworlh, found on his body after death
will lie retained by tho Coroner, and sub-
mltted ns evidence nt the Inquest to-day.
Many persons, somo of whom were
friends of the deceased, visited the under
taker yesterday tn look at the remains.
mong the callers was a lady wearing a
thick veil, who placed on the breast of the
dead man a small boimet of while and blue
(lowers. She came unattended, nnd having
silently gac.d nt the fcaturos for somo
minutes and qulotly withdraw. Tho tin
dortakor's wlfo was anxious to question
her visitor, but the latter by a gesture slg-
nilled that she did not desire to converse,
and passed out.
Paims, June (i.
Duke Do Hroglle, Minister of Foieign
Affairs, has addressed a circular letter to
tho representatives of France abroad de
claring that the difference between the tna-
ority of the Deputies In the Assembly and
M. Thiers was not on his foreign hut do-
mastic policy, the late Cabinet not offering
sufllcicnt guarantees against revolution iu
tlio country. Tho policy of the new gov
ernment, ho continues, will be moderate nt
homo and pacific abroad. Ail attempts at
'evolution will bo vigorously opposed with
out attacking existing Institutions.
Funeral of AValworth.
Sauatooa, June 0.
The remains of Mansfield Tracy AVal
worth arrived liere at two o'clock this p.
111., nnd were followed to tho grave by a
large portion of the 1 datives of deceased
residing hero and others from abroad,
among them liev. Dr. Backus, Schenectady
ind Ezra M, nnd Clarence T. Jcnklng, Al
bany, Mrs, AValwoith and her son. Father
Claicncc AValworth occupied one of (be
carriages at tho cemetery. The funeral
services were read by llev. Dr. Camp nt
AVasiiixotox, D. C.,Juiie 0.
The Board to report upon the qualifica
tions of applicants for the position of su
perintendents of naHonat ccmctiics, will
convene hereon the 9th hist.
A Second Bainuni.
AVasiiixoiox', Juno 0.
An enterprising individual writes to the
Government from Tillln, Ohio, offering to
pay sixty thousand dollais fos the privilege
of exhibiting Captain Jack throughout the
country during the period of sixty days.
lie promises to keep Jack securely, treat
him well and ledum him (o (he government
a( (he expiration of sixty days, provided lie
does not succeed, in which case the gov-
eminent is to receive one thousand dollars
per day for the time bo remains in the show
man's hands alive. He proposed to pay
thiity thousand dollars upon delivery of
Jack at Chicago, and the balance at the
clo-e of two months.
Internal Revenue- Keturns.
AVasiiinuton, June 0.
The first complete set of bank and bank
er's service annual returns of Internal rev
enue ouico received from any collection
dlstiict In the United States under a new
law fiom the thirty-second district of New
Hai.timoiu:, June 0.
The Court of Appeals at Annapolis has
nlllriucd the decision of the court lielow In
the case of Xicholsen, convicted of tho
murder of Mrs. Lamplcy. It now remains
for the Court below to pass sentence upon
Nicholson and for the Governor to fix the
day for execution. Hallahan tried jointly
with Nicholson, and whose execution Is
fixed for 13th Inst., will probably be rcsplt
ed by the Governor and executed at same
time with Nicholson.
Attempted Kobbery and Murder.
Hazi.I'.iow.v, Pa., June li.
Yesterday a fellow named Henry Stuiv
fenberg'entered the house of 11 widow nam
ed Keilly and demanded her money. She
refused and ho stabbed and beat her and
and also a small girl living in tlio house.
Ho assaulted another lady in tlio nclghlioi-
liood, but being interrupted, fled nnd is
still nt large. Mrs. Keilly is still llwng,
though in u critical condition.
Hai.eioii, X. C. Juno 0.
Grillln nnd Mordecal, tho men condemn
ed to be hanged to-day,-received commuta
tion of their sentences to imprisonment for
life, just one hour before the timo ap
pointed for their execution.
Among the Immortals.
Pauls, Juno 0.
M, Maximilian Lit t re, tho eminent phllo-
loulst, was yesterday received as a member
of tho French Academy.
Dentil of l'rince.
Heiii.ix, June 0.
A dispatch from Carlisbado announces
tho death, In that town of I'linco Adalbert,
cousin of Kmperor William.
Emperor William's Illness.
London, Juno 0.
A special dispatch from Hcrlln lo tlio
London News says Emperor William is In
a serious state, and his physicians have ad
vised hint not to undertake his contemplat
ed journey to Vienna.
Matamokas, Juno 0.
Gen. Ccballos, commanding tho forces
In tlio Btato of Jalisco, annouuees that ho
has gained a complete victory oyer tlio In
surgent chieftain Lozado in the Allica
mountain near Tcple, wlicro ho has hereto
fore defied tho national authority. Celial
loa routed and dispersed Ids followers, cap.
Hiring 11 number of cannon and a largo
amount of ammunition, nnd destroying Ids
Tho city of Topic is occupied by tlio
Gen. Ccballos claims to have pacified tlio
state of Jalisco, and established the autho
rity of the general government Iu that sec
Hon, where It has not been respected for
II ore Flondlshness.
,, Xomucit, Ct., June 0.
An attempt was made by persons un
known to throw the Providence mall train
from the track of the Shore Lino railroad,
near AVestcily, K. L. at 11 o'clock AVcd
nesday nlglit, by placing (distinctions on
the track. The obstructions weio ills
covered and removed In time to avoid a
Cuicaoo, June I!.
Forty thousand people attended Hie
t econd Jubilee concert last evening. The
notable performance was In the singing of
the Hallelujah chorus. It Is estimated that
there arc from fifty to eighty thousand
strangers In the city.
Koc.Kt.ANn, Me., June 0.
A mass meeting nf the stato temperance
reform clubs, held here yesterday, resolved
to establish a newspaper organ, and take
other measures to Insure the success of (lio
Xew Havkk, June 0.
Tlio Yale College geological students re
sume tacir AA'estern trip soon.
Tlio President and family left AVashinc-
ton on Friday morning for Long Branch.
The Secretary of treasury calls for the
redemption of 61fl.000.000 coupon bonds
and 4,000,000 registered bonds to lie paid
The Connlty Murder.
Binqiiamiion, June 0.
The Coroner's verdict is that Krisa, C011-
nity was murdered by her daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Canning, who lias been arrested. The
testimony shows continued abuse for a year,
including cruel beating with n stone, a
washboard and si clolhcs-polc, May 2:td,
w lien the injuries were received from which
she died May iiOth, fatal wounds 011 Ilio
head, prints of fingers on the throat, nud
bruises on other parts of the body. The
prisoner is thirty-five years of age and ad
dicted to liquor. It is literally a case of
Election of a Judge.
Cuicaoo. June C.
Tletiirns from Hie election for Judiro of
the Supremo Court in the fifth district of
Illinois are still Inconinlete. but sufllcicnt
lo show the election of Craig by a major-
Hy of at least 2,000.
IVciv York Silicic una money JlnrUcl.
New York, June c.
Tho latest monetary (lolilllnnerand ndvano
Ink'froin 117,'i 1011914-wlthlalest business at 119
Loans 43 s percent, for carrvluff.
Clearings of the gold exchange bank f 3i,ooo,.
000. Assistant treasurer disbursed M73,000.
(lovernment bonds aro linn, demand nclivo
at full prices, but offerings small. The Secre
tary ot the Treasury has Issued another call for
20 bonds, tlio amount being $20,000,000, this
makes $70,000,000 ; 5-20's com erted thus far syc.
dlcato into now llvo per cents.
Atato bonds aro dull and unchanged
Money easy at 4so per cent.
Sterling steady at 8 15-10 to 9 for sixty days;
10 to 10.'.' for sight.
Stocks opened firm but lMclilo Mall soon be
came weak and lend tendency todepress rest of
thoinaiket. In the afternoon tho depression
beenmo moro marked and a general decllno
with more activity followed. Tlio largest sales
were In I'aelllo Mall and Ohio, the former de
clined from 41,'i to M,V and tho latter 41,'i to
3S;,-. At tho closo tho racltlc Mall was down to
tlio lowest point of day but Ohio lecovered to
so;;. The decllno In Ohio was duo to reports of
unauthorized lssuo bonds; tho fact being that
the Issue Is to obtain steel ratl3 and is aut liorlzed
Tho expected report of lMetile Mali directors
not ready for publication. Lako Shore nnd
Union racltlc hnvo been comparatively steady
which attributed to purchases by parties con
trolling tho two companies. Tho market closed
feverish, and unsettled.
The following aro tho quotations:
I'. H. cs 1 reg ll
V, H. cs 81 coupon 122.U
U.S. 5-203 '62 reg '. 110;.
It. s. K-20S '0J coupon no?;
U. s G-203'M coupon no,'
I'. S. 5-20S '65 Old HSM
li. s. 5-20S 'cs new. im,v
U. S. 5-20s'07 1217.
It. S. 5-20S '6S IVOVf
It. H, 5s now 1l5i(
U. S. lo-ios reg
U. S. 10-ioscoupon iH)
Currency 6s llV
Delaware and Hudson Canal 11S.M
Consolldateil Coal 54
Western Union Tel
do. pieferred 45
I'aelllo Mall W'i
Iioston Water Power m
Adams llxpress K3','
Wells, Fargo R Co J
American M. U. Ilxpress 6S
United States llxpress 71
New York Central 11. It. It 101
do prelerred. 71
do. preferred 131
Michigan Central J0'
Union i'aelllo is
Lako Shoro Mich. So "itn
Illinois Central .,n
Cleveland Pittsburg Ms
Chicago & Northwestern ?ioU
do. preferred "I6
Cleaveland, Columbus CI 11 ss
N.J. central ''
ltock Island ntt
Mil. A-St. raid 54
do. prelerred 1 2;
do. preferred ri
Alton Yerro Hauto
Chicago Alton 1I0
do. preferred J3214
Ohio Mississippi.... 'oo'i
Uel., Lack. & est 6,'j
ltn-.tnn. llnrtford A CrlO 1 2U
c. c. X Indiana Central SO.sj
w . 11. ec n
Hannibal st. Joseph
Tvniiesseo 6s 9
do. new "9
La. 0s new ,
(la. 0s .
North Carolina us 29
do. new 10.
South Carolina 0s.
JVuw York I'rodncu .Hurlit-'l.
Nkw Yons, JunoO.
Cotton In modcrato request for export and
come uso without decided chanso.lu i price, Ilio
market closing steady. Sales 1,913 bales, at
for mldanng Uplands. , ,, ... ,
Fu)uii.-liceeipts 16,918 bbls. Tho Market ts
heavy and medium and good grades lo oud ido
lower with limited exiortaiid homo Iradu de
mand. Sales 93,noo bbls., ot t3.40dS6.90 for Su
perllneWestern and stato t f0.4O(?0.9O for coin,
mon to good Kxtra Western und Htato t W.95 3
7.75 for good to choice do: I7.IM 9.76 for coin,
mon to cholco whlto heat western extra ; $6.65
Q9.75 ror common to good extra Ohio,
$2,05.311.60 for common to cholco extra St.
Louis, tho market closing dull. al3 of wo
bids at t.50(S!7.90 for common to good extr
tr.owil1.no for good (o choice do.
live rim;it-3)tiu and tendlnir slightly down.
Hales son bbls. nt4.76.oo.
corn Mrai Dull and a shnde lower at M.so,
Calorics M.oo33.i, lirnhdywine.
WIII9KKY. Easier .ViilM SKI l.l. 1 nt QlLrr
04KC. . "
heat. I le better with loss pressure to rc
allfe. Tho decllno In freights stiffens the tnr
ket. Hales of Kl.ooo bush, at fl.H3i.40 for
re looted slirintr: i.40rat.in n.r u 1,...
fl.4Sial.K2 for No 2 t'nlcngot tl.Miai.u fur
Northern spring ; fl,M(Sl,taCor No JMllwaukcr:
fl,6l for cliolco No 1 do; fl,W tor winter red
ItYE-(jutct and heavy, Salos 600 bush of Oui
niln, rumored sold at SOT.
Harlky. quiet nnd unchanged In price ! b&r
ley malt mora dull, sales imut, ,,t -i.
round stato private tierces.
corn. Itccclpts 210,200 .buihils. Corn It
1 h 20 better with an ncttvo speculattto ana
fair export and homo trade demand. The do
cllno in frclifiits has a favorablo effect effect:
sales lSf.ooo bushels at 4"4sj; for damoired
now ml ted Western : 4Sk tf t for soft (in r.sj
M for steamer do ; dry do C3(C4 yellow western.
uAia. iieueipis iz,v3i nusu. AinrKet is ncavy
Sales 47,000 bushels, at 4534(Stf for now mixed
western ; Ml (.4 r.3 for whlto western i 44 49
for black western ; (S M for whlto stato
for new mixed Htato : for cholco whim
Eaas. in far request and unchrnRed at 1So
for western : is,vc for state and l'onnsylranla.
1920o for Jersey.
jiat ijuici. sieauy,
Ilors Quiet and unchanged.
-.nn ..ir.n. ...411 IM, !, IUII.-. UIIU BIUUUJ , 11UI1IIU;&
sole, Iluenos Ayres, and ltio (Jrande, light, mid
dle and heavy weights nt 2Sa31; California
do., tnxurok; Morocco do. s .
wool Market quiet nnd quoted at2oa38 for
mixed tlecce; taw for medium ; 4T for low.
T-uri-r..-.. ..iiirhci, nuici, anu steaor. juo it
quoted at 1 and K
HtOAK. Active. Sales J.SsO Idids : 7V nnd 8
for fair to (food ronnlnc,
MOLASSES Market U ilntl mil nnt.l,flnr-A1 -
New Orleans quoted at ssauo; Porto Klco
aii-uuj ui. ..Maui,.
KicE-steaUy at 7tf8iffor Carolina. Sale
15) bans! Itanifoon0j(7.
I'kthoi.koji. The market is qulto and very
dull at s.vc. for crudo nnd hi rerinnd Sairi
ronK. Market steadier. Sales too bbU
nt ftiitvj) for new mess i 14,00 for oxtru
prtmo; n$13 for prime mess;
ukei". sieauy ni iwtu.u ror plain mess 111,50
13 for extra do! beef hams dull and lrreifular
at JiOsa-ii tlcrco beef unchanged at Uratii.oo:
prlino mess 2!,ri03M India do.; cut meats qutat ;
hams IHWi lbs. c; shoulder middles dull;
city Ioiik clear at 8X! short clear Is quoted
Laud. Uird weaker. Sales 250 tlerees at 8 KM
S' for western steam ; so for kettlo ren
dered. IlorrEii. Is quiet Btnaily at ssitjsbo for
fiilrtoprlmo now pross of yellow stato ; IO13200
chhksk. Quiet weak nt 12415 for fair to
prime new .state factor'.
hotels ;mrt gininrj -Koomji.
A K E DUNMOHE HOUSE,
li. 1'. HITCHCOCK, I'lioi'iitKTon.
T. . POUTEU. MASUaiit.
This well known and (wpular Hotel, Bituatod
on tlio shores of Lake Duntaore, hasboen re
cently put in thorough repair. SeTcrnl new
Cottages have been built and newly furnUhed,
and will bo opened Juno 1st, for tho rocoptlon of
boarders and tourists. mnj-Mdtf
AHT) WELL HOUSE.
C It A M T O N S A L S B U It Y i
Tlio ll.MtllWEI.L HOUSi: Is located opposlt
tiie Depot und lias long been favorably known
lo tho traveling public. It has been recently
improved, now affording the best and most
ample accommodation to guests.
Tlio TAHLK will be supplied with all thu
luxuries nf tlio season, nnd etery attention will
bo paid to tho comrurt of its patrons.
In tho future, ns In tho past, tho Proprietors
Intend to make It a llrst-class House affording
all tho comforts of a homo to tho traveler. Tha
public patronago is solicited.
A r.ooi) I.lvr.HY in connection with tho
Attcullvo POUTERS will bo found at tie
nenot. on tlio arrival of all (rains.
J. W. CllAMTON', J. A. SALSBCBV.
V A 11 M E US' HOTEL, A
FlIEIIlUT STHECT, - - KUTLiVNl), VT.
A FIUST CLASS
M E A T 31 A U K E T
IN HOTKI. IlUII.niNQ.
mayldsm .1. E. JOnNSON, raonilETOB.
J . W. FISH KIt'S
N E W DINING ROOMS,
Central House Block, Merchants' How,
Warm Meals served at nil hours of the day
and evening. tnaytdsm
NEW DINING IIAIiii,
In roomlformerly occupied by J. W. Flsherl
KINOSI.EY SPnAUUB'H BLOCK,
WAItM MEALS 8EIIVED AT ALL HOCUS.
AHjY stage between rut-
LAND AND STOCKllKIDOK.
Ai rive at ltutland 12 m., leave liutland 1:00 p.m.,
starting from the Bardwell Housg.
Connections nt Stockbrldgo wltlistagw
for Rochester und Bethel.
my22d3m J. li. WHITCOMB, 1'ropT.
PRUNELLAS, PRUNES, CHERRIES,
Peaches, Blackberries, Hasnberrles.l'luun
Huckleberries. Also, all kinds of fruits In cans,
tor salo at B. W. MARSHALL,
mayldtwly drove street, ltutland, Vt.
EW MOULDINGS FOR PICTURE
Framing, Chromos, LUhograplw, and
ngs nt deahhokn's
J W. KING,
Manufacl urer and wholesale and retail doalor Is
SASH, HOOKS, BLINDS,
MOl'I.HINC.S, BRACKETS, AND HOUSH FUR
OP KVBnV DESCRIPTION.
FUltNACB STBXKT, JtCTLANU, Vr.
orders by mall or otherw lo promplly attend
ed to. myldtl
' .1. J. GUINDON,
II L A O IC S M 1 T II .
Particular attention paid (0 Horsoahoelng. All
work warranted. Shop on
WKST ST., NKAR OUVBK MAltBL WOllKB,
tnoyldSm RUTLAND, VT.
THOS. ROSS. .
Marble Mill and Hoisting Machinery of thu
most Improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings and general ma-
Chs?eet and'lron Wlro Itopq at Manufacturer's
Rutland, Vt., May 1, 1S73. mayldtt
11 R O K E R ,
17 IlllO.il STHKKr, .VKH l'OKJr.
Stocks, dovemmcnts and Gold bought and sold
tv Interest allowed ondopolta. maylltt
O. It. MORE HOUSE,
Oppostto Central Houso RUTLAND, Vt.