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RUTLAND, VT.f FRIDAY MOANING, JUNE 13, 1873.
VOL 1....NO. :w.
PRICE TIJREE CENTS.
O. T. (' It 0 H S,
Manufacturer of nnd Dealer In
llN'IMIIINfl l.fMKKlt, SHINGLES, LATH,
CLAPBOARDS, AN1 SPHl'CK LI MDhlt,
DOORS, SASH, 1II.INDS. MOULD
INGS, 11RACKK1S. WIN
DOW 1'KAMK.S 4
CASINOS. , , .. , ,
scrjll Hawing or all kinds, IMnntiiff, Matching
ami oiiwingdono tooidcr. Sard and Mill i or
tier or 1'iilon and Furnace Stteets, near Freight
Depot, Itutlanil, Vt. .MaldA-w3m.
1) It O 1C K II .
si nno.it) srtiKKT, xr.w vihik.
Stocks, Governments anil Hold boujtht and Bold
IV Interest allowed on deiwstts. ma)12dt(
m o it v. ii o r s k,
Opjioslir Cntial House
RUTLAND MANUFACTURING COMI'AXV,
Manur.ieturers ami wholesale dcnlcis In
WOOD AND CHAIN SKAT CIIAII1S, IJKH
STHADS AND CIIAIII fi'fOCK.
Corner of West and Forest Sts,
r,. Atiroon, Aift. 0. C. Ri-irilks, Treas,
J W. ICING,
Manufacturer and wholesale and retail dealer In
SASH, DOORS, BUNDS,
MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, AND HOUSE FUH
Of EVERY DESCRIITION.
FCRNACE STREET, Hl'THNO, VT,
Orders by mall or otherwise promptly attend-i-dto.
.1. ,T, GUINDON,
H h A0K8 M I T II .
I'arttcular attention paid to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted. Shop on
WEST ST., NEAR OLIVER MA11BLE WORKS,
mayldSm RUTLAND, VT.
LINCOLN IRON WORKS.
Marble Mill and Hoisting Machinery of the
most Improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings and general ma
steel and Iron Wire Hope at Manufacturer's
Ilutland, Vt., May 1, 18T3. mayldtf
A. II. II AAVLE Y,
COXTIt.lCTOIl AXl) PRACTICAL KLATKR,
Sle Is prepared to do nil work promptly and
wclL Orders can ho left at J. E. Glynn's store
on Merchants' Itow, or at tho Bardwell House.
Reference! Rockwood Ilarrett, Rutland ; L. M.
Mason, President of First National Bank, De
troit, Michigan; Hon. .1. M. Marvin, .Saratoga
I. I V K R Y .
If you wish a nlceTURN OUT, go to
0. F. RICHARDSON'S,
(Late D. Whltcomb's,)
Center Street, Rutland, Vermont.
Careful drivers and the tlnest of Carriages.
Stables open at all hours. Horses baited.
m30dtf C. F. RICHARDSON, I'lioi'BiKTOn.
JAKK DUXMOlli: HOUSE,
E. . IIITCIICOCIC, I'noiMiiKTdii,
J, W. roUTKIt. Manager.
,Thls well known and popular Hotel, situated
on t ho shores of Lakt- Dunmore, hxs been re
eently put in thorough repair. Several new
Cottages have been built and newly furnished,
and will bo opened Juno Sst, for the reception of
boarders and tourists. maySSdtf
P EA JITOS S A I. S II U R V .
Tho BARDWELL HOUSK Is located opposlto
the Depot and has long been favorably known
to the traveling public. It has been recently
Improved, now affording the best and most
ample accommodation to guests.
Tho TABLE will be supplied with all tho
luxuries of the Season, and every attention will
bo paid to tho comfort of Its patrons.
In tho future, as In tho past, tho Proprietors
Intend to make It n tlrat-cluss House affording
all tho comforts of a home to the traveler. Tho
public patronage Is solicited.
A OOOD LIVERY In connection with tho
Attentive I'ORTEHS will be found at the
Depot, on tho arrival of nil trains.
J. V. Cramton, J. A. Salsburv.
Fiieioiit Street, . . RUTLAND, VT,
A FIRST CLASS
M E AT MA R K E T
IX HOTEL BUILDING.
mayldJm J. E. JOHNSON, 1'rofrietok.
J. W, FISHER'S
NEW DINING ROOMS,
Central Houso Block, Merchants' Row,
Warm Meals served nt all hours of tho day
and evening, mayldsm
N E W 1) I N I N G II A Ii I-,
In rooms formerly occupied by J. W. Flsheri
KINOSt.KY K NPHAGUE'H BLOCK,
WAItM -MKALB SEItVEI) AT At.I. II0U1I3.
AILV STAGE BETWEEN RUT.
unu Ami muuiimmiMK.
Arrive at Rutland 12 m., leave Rutland 1:00 p.m.,
starting from tho Bardwell House,
jar Connections at Stockbrldgo with stages
,. uvliixitni nml llpthel.
J. E, WJHTCOMU, Prop'r.
LK HORN & MAGNOIJA FLOUR
very choice, for sale at
raayldtwly 11. W, MARSHALL'S.
BW MOULDINGS FOR PICTURE
rrnmlnc. 1'hrnnn.s. Llthoirraohs. and
jJARM FOR SALE.
The subscribers' ofTer for Nile their farm, sit
itr,i..,l nl,rt,t t-n mllna fmitl the Vll niTO Of BCl
lows Falls, on the Chester load, well known
JOHN CLARK FARM,
Containing about three hundred and fitly acres
of land; two dwelling houses, three barns and
two tenant houses, near the railroad track.
The tenant houses nie new. The large farm
luiiiun tiita i.ftm tiinrmuiilv renalrcd and nalnl-
ed, with new piazza In front anil end, new front
lence, an in me uium suusiumi;u mm i
manner, making It a desirable resilience.
isenny luree-ioiirinsoi n imirui ih ""l',i','rt
rrom a nevcr-falllug fountain supplies all the
OVER TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
has been expended within the past two years
nn TiiilliHriL-4 nml ftMipl'S. 1,1'Slilf.S Hie telinlu
houses. The land is adapted to the raising nt
nil kinus or crops, riomi' nn ro i'
adapted for tobacco. The land Is now under a
good state of cultivation, by having been fed
out a large amount ot lin and grain the past
to years, which has been brought on the
place, besides that which the farm has pro.
duceil. The eastern line Is the Connecticut
rlier and the farm laying nesteilj, ilUIded into
pasture and tillage land, with n sunicleiit sup
ply of wood Tor the premises. Situated mi near
the village of Bellows Fatls-a village growing
more rnpldly than any place within the State,
and with Its unlimited water power, w hlch is
fast being Iniproted, must continue to Increase
In n still larger proportion In the future makes
It tho most desirable farm In these parts, Pos
session given Immediately, except the mill
yard, and that In one j ear. Inquire of tho sub
scrlbers on the premises; or Joseph Wilson,
llrin of J. Wilson x Co., near the depot ; or Wil
der Hopkins, at West Rupert, Vt.
WILDER .V. HOPKINS.
llellows Falls, May 1, ls.
GEORGE V. NEWMAN,
R E A L E S T A T E 11 R O K E R ,
Ofllce: Derby's Block, 2d Floor Front.
First class village and farm propci ty for sale
and to let. Money to loan on notes, mortgages,
life policies and other nppro cd securities,
"PASTURE LAND IN 1'ITTSKORI)
J. For Ralonr rent. One hundred and liventv
live acres of tine PASTURE land located one and
one-half miles from Plttsford Village. Address
or can on k. r. iirn iit iK K, uuuer national
Bank of Rutland, Rutland. Vt. Mayltt
T LA ZS 1 ) KAII.UUAUN.
On and after Monday, June 2d, IS", trains
will run ns follows, (Sundays excepted) ;
flOINd SOL'TII AMI EAST.
Ix-avc Rutland nt 12:W) and 4:30 n. in., ami 12:10
and G:oo p. in.
MAIL. Leal e Ogdensburg at 0:10 p. in., SI.
Albans at C:20 a. in., Burlington at s:in n. m
Port Henry nt S:3sn. in., ltiilland nt 12:10 p.m.,
Bellows Falls at 2:30 p. m., arriving nt New Lon
don nt 9:30 p. in., connecting with steamer ror
NEW YORK EXPRESS. Lenies St Albans nt
9:00 a. m., Burlington 10:20 a. in., arming In
Rutland at 12:.'0 p. in.
NIGHT EX PRESS. Leal es Ogdensburg nt 1!:
35 p.m., Plattsburg 3:30 p.m., Montreal 3:30 p.m.,
St. Johns 4:50 p. m ht. Albans l-.m p. in., Uur
llngton 9:10 p. in., Rutland SS:60 a. in., Bellows
Falls, 8:23 n. in., arrlilng at New London nt 11:1S
S1IXE1) TRAIN. Leaves Burlington nt 2:00 p.
m.. Port Henry 2:i) p. m., arming In Rutland
at 7:00 p. in. Leaves Rutland nt 4:30 a. in.. Bel
lows Falls 7:4.5 u. m., (accommodation train), ar
riving nt New London nt 0:10 p. in.
MIXED TRAIN. Leal es Rutland at r.:oo p. m.,
arriving In Bellows Falls at 10:00 p. m.
Leaves Rutland at 1:13 and n:J0 n. in., and 2:30
and .':(!.' p. m.
MAIL Leaves New Ix)ndon at B:oo n. m.,
Sprlnglleld 8:00 a. in., Boston 7:30 n. in., llellows
Falls 11:45., Rutland 2:30 p. in., arming nt Port
Henry at 7:35 p. m., Burlington f,:00 p. in., St.
Albans C:4o p. in., Montreal 0:45 p. m., Ogdens
burg 1:45 n. in., making connections with trains
lor the West.
EXPRESS Leaves Rutland at 5:05 p. in., ar
riving at Port Henry nt 7:35 p. in., St. Albans nt
8:55 n. m.
GIIT EXPRESS.-Leaies Xew London nt
2:43 p. in., Springfield at S:lo p. m., connecting
with train leaving New York at 3:uo p. m., Bel
lows Falls 11:20 p. in., connecting with train
leaving Boston at 5:30 p. in., Rutland 1:43 a.m.,
Burlington 4:40 n. m., St. Albans 0:10, arming
In Montreal at 9:45 a. m.. Phittsbunr nt 12:on in..
and Ogdensburg at 12:35 p. in., connecting with
MIXED TRAIN.' Leaves Rutland nt 5:40 n. m.
arriving at Port Henry at 9:50 n. m. Leavo Bur
lington nt 9:30 a. in., St. Albans l2:oo in., arriv
ing In Ogdensburg tit 6:50 n. in. and bt. Johns nl
3:50 p, ni.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Bellows Falls at 4:30
a. in., arriving In Rutland at 9:20 a. m.
ACCOMMODATION Leaves New London at
8:10 a. m., Bellows Falls o:oo p. m., (mixed train,)
arriving In Rutland at S:35 p. m.
i rains leavo isurungion going east, ror iiiout
peller, &c nt 0:55 a. in., 12:30 p. in. and 7:55 p. m.
Trains leavo Bellows Falls going north, for
White River Junction, &c, at 8:3o a. in. and
11:43 a.m., and 5:55 and 11:20 p. m.
Connections. At Rutland with Rensselaer
Saratoga and Harlem Extension Railroads; at
Bellows Falls with Cheshire Railroad; at South
Vernon with Connecticut River Railroad.
8-sieenlng cars are attached to night trains
between St, Albans and Troy, anil Burlington
UUU JlOMOIl, lilLUS .lU.lllUI.I,
St. Albans, Vt June 3d. 1S73.
ARLEM EXTENSION RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF TIME.
1872. FALL ARRANGEMENTS.
On and after Sunday, october2oth, 1372, trains
will run as follows :
MIXED. Leaves Rutland at S-M a. in., con
necting at State Lino with train for Troy.
MAIL. Leaves Rutland 9.05 a. m., and mak
ing closo connections nt Chatham 4 Corners
with trains for New York, Albany, Hudson, and
both east and west on B. 4: A. R. It.
MIXED. Leavo Rutland at 2.20 p. in., lo Ben
nington and Troy,
SUNDAY MILK TRAIN (with passenger ear
attached). leaves Rutland at s.oo n. in,
Rutland to New York - - - - fs 50
" to Albany, .... a oo
" to Hudson, .... 3 oo
8"No lay over checks given,
ARRIVE AT RUTLAND.
Mall. 10.00 p. in.; Mixed. 12.10 p.. in.: mixed.
7.50 p. m.
1'. l. II 111 J J., DUpi,
Rutland, Oct. 19, 1872. mayldfcwtf
BAXTER NATIONAL HANIC,
II. Henrv Baxter,
II. F, Lotiiroi-,
J. N. Baxter, ,
T. W, Park,
Geo. E. Royce, ;
Ueoiiue It. IIottvm,
J. W. Cramton,
K T. Sl'RAOUK, Jit,
W, (). Dt'NTON,
W, C. LANDON,
Mado and remitted for nt lowest Urates.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME UEI'ORITS.
A general Hanking and Exchango business
II. Henry Baxter, I'rest. J. N. Baxter, V. Prcst.
GEORGE R, HOTTCM, CBSlllDr.
COMPOUND EXTRACT OF HARKS
AND ROOTS tor making beer. This Is
lust what j our system needs ut this season of
tlin Vf!iP. nnrl wll, itmln n lin'fmrO that Will bO
very agreeable to tho taste. Try It. Only 25
cents per bottle. livery bowo makes icn kui'
Ions ol beer.
FRANCIS FENN 4: CO.,
Proprietors, rutunp, Vt,
SARATOGA IN RUTLAND. THE
Star Sprlnr water on draft as puro and
fresh as when dhiped from the Spring, nt
FRANCIS I'ENN K CO,
-yr e e k s & ha r h e r
AT NO. 1, OPERA HOUSE BLOCK,
Keep a full assortment of the following
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
FRENCH CHINA WARE,
TABLE GLASS WARE,
SILVER PLATED WARE,
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
TASSKI.S AND CORDS,
t AMI'S AND I.ANTERS,
Wholesale and Retail,
LAMP CHIMNEYS and BURNERS,
Wholesale and Retail.
MATTRASSES and LOUNGES, nnd
GENERAL UPHOLSTERING ,
mayldtf DONE TO ORDER.
1HJRNIIAM it TEMPLE.
We are Agents for the following tlrst class
Fire Insurance Companies,
Aetna Assets, t8,ooo,0O0
Imperial, " s.ooo.ooo
Home, N. Y., " 4,800,000
Royal, i " 10,000,000
Hartford " 2,250,000
lnsuranco of No. America, Phlla. " 3,250,000
Franklin, " 3,400,000
Phcnlx, N. Y " 2,000,000
Pha-nlx, Hartford " 1,600,000
Sprlnglleld " 1,000,000
National, Hartford, " 800,010
These arc tho best known of all the companies
represented In Rutland, nnd since we have
represented them they hate )aid more money to
tho citizens ot Rutland and vicinity than all
t'tlter ctwijHinieit combined.
This record proves their stability and their
willingness to pay all proper claims.
Wo confidently expect a continuance of the
liberal patronage which these companies have
Wo also renresent the Travelers Life and Ac
cident Insurance Company. We give a better
and cheaper policy than any other Life com
pany. Call and see.
BURNIIAM & TEMPLE.
Ollicc, Opera House, Rutland, Vt.
JUTLAND MARI1LE COMPANY,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
BLOCK & SAWED MARBLE.
(JITAltltlEH AND MILLS,
J. X. BAXTER, Supt. WEST RUTLAND, Vt.
All the grades of Rutland Marble, In tho
shano of slabs of various thicknesses renulred
for Furniture, Mantel, and Decorative Work, as
wcllns Cemetery uses; also Cubic Stock for
Monumental and Building purposes, including
Bases, Strips, and Posts, umy be found on our
yard at all times.
Our extensive arrangements for tho produc
tion of Marble, in the wav of Ouarrvlntr Ma.
chlnery, nnd Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
ot saws, placo us In position to supply the
wants of tho Trade. Wholesale and Retail
Dealers, Builders, l'urnlturo-Men, ami gen
eral Manufacturers will tlnd It to their Interest
to favor us witn their orders.
RUTLAND MARI1LE CO.
gTEAM STONE CUTTER COMPANY,
Sole proprietors and manufacturers of the
STONE CHANNELING OK QUARRYING MA
CHINE, For cutting stoue! Intojjvarlous JsUes and di
mensions IN ALL KINDS OF QUARRIES.
OFEICE ANU SU01U,
JOHN W. CRAMTON, l'rcs't.
(1KOHOK K. ROYCK, Treas.
CHARLES CLARK. SeCy.
myl ly UEO. J. WARDWELL, Supt.
SCRAP IRON AND STEEL, OLD
Marblo Saws and Currency taken In ox
change tor Nails at tho
mayldsin RUTLAND NAIL WORKS.
West ot Lincoln Iron Works.
DEARBORN 18 AGENT FOR GARD.
NEK'S Perforated ChalrSeat, forrenovat
ng over Cad-Flag or Rush bottom chairs.
Pleaso to call and see them,
Orovo Block RUTLAND, Vt
J.J R. DYER,
NO, 15 MERCHANTS' ROW,
Iron and Lead Pipe, Portable nnd Stationary En
gines ; notary Btam, Force and Cistern Pumps t
Leather and Rubber Belting; Rubber Bono and
Packing; Rubber Overcoats, Gloves and Mit
tens; Steam and Water Gauges ; Water, Steam
and Gas Fittings, and Fixtures, all kinds; Flax
nnd Hoapstono Packing; Cotton Waste, Plumb
STEAM, WATER AND GAS FITTING
Bono at short notice, and at prices adapted to
Rutland, Mar 1,1873
(Sxomtia mut grovistonis.
fJlHE CLOSING OUT SALE
Of a stock ot
GBOCERIE9 AND PROVISIONS,
DOMESTIC DRY OOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, AC, At'.,
HAH CO M M E N C E D .
Will avail themselves ot the opportunity which
It ffords to replenish their stock of household
S" Every article Is sold nt cost or less.
PLEASE CALL ANI1 IBAIIS 1'ItlrES.
O. W. CHAPLIN, Jit.,
NO. 9, MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND.
"WOOD CHOPPERS WANTED TO
V 1 cut 600 cords of hard wood in Mcndon.
Apply to Geo. W. CUAri.ix, Jr., Merchants'
"Jp O R SAL E I
The subscriber has n Candy apparatus conv
prising n complete outllt for manufacturing
candy, which lie will sell for less than onc-linlf
the original cost. Also, one heavy Truck Wa
gon, very cheap; and ono pair of Double Work
GEO. W. CHAPLIN, Jr.,
9 Merchants' Row
Rutland, May 20. my20dtf.
J it T. C A DEN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED FRUITS, PICKLES, AC,
AND FANCY GOODS.
Also, Dealers In
DRY GOODS, SHAWLS, DltKNS GOODS,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, AC, tC
An assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING OOODS
Constantly on hand.
AOENTS FOR MAIL STEAMERS TO AND
tDRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT ON THE
BANKS OF ENGLAND, IRELAND, SCOTLAND
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN STS.
1 8 5 7. 1 8 7 il .
OLD R E D S T O R E .
aiiocnitrKs aa'd rnnvmmxs,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
mayltt Merchants' Row.
JOSEPH II. GUY,
S. 1IAYWARD & CO.,
KWk Dealer lu
GROCERIES, l'ROVISIONS, HAY AND WOOD.
WA.sniNOTON St., Rutland, Vt.
U L T O N M A R K E T,
DUNTON & HAYWARD
Alt kinds of Meats. 'Fish. Vegetables nnd
Fruits In their season.
Klngslcy is Spraguc's Block, Merchants' Row.
Q. R E E R T U R N E R
SUa A II HEFINim) COMPANY,
70 WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Offer for sale all the various crades of Refined
Sugar ot Superior Quality at tho Lowest Market
Prices. A superior quality ot White Sugar for
uoniectioners use, aiso,
WHITE COFFEE A,
COFFEE EXTRA C,
And the lower grades of
F K h h 0 II' A' 1 O A 11 .
Orders to be addressod to our ofllce In New
York, 70 Wall Street, Cor. Pearl,
Parties ordering 10 barrels can have them as
sorted. Terms Thirty days, or Cash In 7 days, less
X per cent, discount.
E. G, BAXTER,
"'PRE BEST SHIRTS I EVER HAD."
X This is what they say of
K, N. MKRRIAM'S PERFECT FITTINQ SHIRTS,
rilUE PIANO SELECTED FOR USE
X at the coming Festival Is the DECKER
BROS. E, N. MEKRIAM sells them.
Jg A R R O W S & M I T C II E L L,
1 (Successors to Fhencu Barrows.)
PROSPECTUS FOR 1S7X
As wo have worn no disguises lu the post,;wo
:ome with 110 promise of a now sensation. Wo
shall oiler you no cunningly devised fables to
tickle your fancy, nor take a fresh departure In
unbeaten paths to rfllele the monotony of
truth-telling. For nearly Flltceu Years we havo
hold to the same principles, and we nid them
all unworn by tho lapso ot tlmj.
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
All orders entrusted to our wrc will bo
PllOMPTl.r AXl) CAKKFVLI.Y FIl.t.KD.
BARROWS t MITCHELL,
NO. 21 MERCHANTS' ROW.
OOD NEWS !
WATCHES CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE,
MARSHALL & CADY'S.
Who have Just received n large and elegant
stock, open cases with Hat glasses, In both
Swiss and American, key ana stem winders.
NEW ASSORTMENT OF CHAINS,
GOLD SETS, KINDS, PINS, AC.
Solid Sliver and Silver Plated Ware,
A line line of Black Jewelry In horn and Jet.
Call nt the old stand of Clark Bros. A-Marshall,
comer Merchants' Row and West street.
muj lil2m MARSHALL H CADY.
T A I. L I N O F O R D
A . II 1 1. 1. i S O N
Will open on Monday, May 6th, the new
ufvi ,1111 ntviv, niiuii; wilt in: uiinnru nu
elegant slock of Pattern Huts, Ribbons, Flow
era, Frumes, Hats, 4c New York Goods at
n uuuiKiuru prices, aisu .Mens ana uoys iiais
Haling enlarged and Improved our
We shall open on the same day, our Spring
MENS' BOYS' AND CIIII.UHENS' SflTS.
Can give 11 good business suit for (10, and we
havo a good lino of nner good. Elegant Costs
and Vests and Nobby Pants.sWo havo remod.
And can now oiler a full stock of Ladles' Misses'
and Children's Shoes, Rubbers and Slip
pers; also. Men's and Boys'
Boots and Shoos.
We have a new lot of
C R O O K E R Y
To open ; also In stock, Glassware, Hardware,
Grass Seed and Flour, We can glvo the best
GROCERIES AND FAMILY SUPPLIES,
Come and get 8 lbs. of.tho best whltcsugar for
tl, and good Japan Tea for 07 cents. (N, II. We
have some not as good for 60 cents.) But we
cannot glvo you a list ot our goods or prices, so
you must call on us and seo for yourselves.
A. HILL & SON.
W A L L I N O F O R D .
A I N T E D T HE SIGNS
J. PRICIIARD, PROrRIETOB.
CHARCOAL PIG IRON,
A SPLENDID LOT OF NEW BRAID
INO DESIGNS, tmd ALPHABETS, Just re
K. N. MKRRIAM'S.
gtooltsi, t;.tioncnt, (c.
Q.LOBE PAPER COMPANY
PUBLISHERS PRINTERS, STATIONERS
olaxk nooK MAxnrACTiinnni,
Having purchased the Wholesale Paper nnd
Stationery business of H. A. Sawyer, and tho
Printing business ot Jas. K, Mc Ian, with tho
addition of a complcto Book-Bindery, they havo
consolidated tho whole Into one business, and
moved the same Into tho new and commodious
"Olobo Building," urected especially for Hie
use of theCompiuij.
With one ot the most complete printing De
partments of uny establishment In the State,
under the supervision of oneof the best practical
printers In the country, they are prepared to do
all kinds ot plain and ornamental work In tho
most approved manner and on short notice.
Our Jobbing Department will comprise mil
lines ot Writing Papers, ;both folded and Hat,
Envelopes, (Note, letter and oniclal.) Blank
Books ot every dosctlptlon, School Books,
Slates, Pens, Pencils, Inks, Law Blanks, Cut
lery, Wrapping Papers of all kinds, Paper Bags,
Flour Sacks, Twines and Cordage, Wooden
Wnre, Matches, Brushes, Blacking, Blueing,
Ac, A-c. This Department will be found well
stocked and worthy the attention of close buy
ers. The Bindery will be under the charge of one
of the most thorough workmen lo bo found In
the State, nud nil work will be executed In the
best style and with dispatch.
With men of long experience In charge, and
with extensive facilities for conducting tholr
business lu Its several depaitments, they pre
sent one of the most complete establishments
of the kind to be found outside the cities, and
solicit the patronage ot the Public, feeling con
fident that they can Insure tho wanls of all
upon the most faiorablo terms.
GLOBE PAPER CO.
rilAGS. Wo have now in stock nn nssort
X ment of Dennlson's Patent Direction
Labels and Merchandise Tags, which we will
sell at manufacturer's prices.
We have also a good stock of " Phillip's Se
curity Hook-Tags," a very com enlcut and ser
viceable article for merchants. Among Its ad
vantages arc: Goods can be more readily mark
ed than by any other means; the tag Is so se
curely locked that It cannot become detached
from the goods; 110 chance of the tag becoming
detached from tho hook; no points projecting
to tear other goods or your lingers. They are
safe, strong and cheap. Call and examine
them. OLODE PAPER CO.
7R WI'IN'O PAPER.
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Stores ami Sin Wave.
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a stock of goods which cannot fall to meet the
wants of all. Wo cordially invito nn examina
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Also having made arrangements with M..M.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1873
STORY OF A MARVELLOUS OENIUS - A CHILD
The extraordinary painting as well as
the sculptures, In the jWlertz gallery are
all tho work of one hand that of Antolne
Wlertz, ton of n tailor in the Ardennes.
The tailor had been a soldier and entertain,
cd a dream of glory. He transmitted tho
fire of his ambition to the son, where it be
came a steady and consuming flame, burn
ing with pure, clear light, nnd filling the
hoy's soul with n spirit which would have
been appreciated grandly among the Greek
stoics, but which seemed Quixotic In this
practical nineteenth century. He might
havo lived in luxury by his art, but he pre
ferred to live in abject poverty for his art.
His thirst for fame was insatiable his con
tempt for fortune incredible. The story of
his life Is as curious and pathetic as tho
works of his genius nro fantastic and unique
Wlertz was born In 180G, In nn old town of
Dinant, on tho banks of tho Mouse. At an
age when other children play, this child oc
cupied himself witli toys of art. He made
drawings almost beforo ho could ran alone,
and tried to color them with berry juices,
plants, bits of clay. Ue carved curious
tlgures with his jack-knife. One of the tri
umphs of his boyhood was n wooden frog,
which lie had cut with his knife, and which
was so marvelous nn imitation of the living
creature that visitors to the tailor's shop
tried to kick the counterfeit reptile into the
A captain of gens d'armcs who tried to
pierce the wooden frog with his sword was
so amazed by it that he talked about it ev
erywhere, he went, nnd tho news coming to
the ears ot'M l'aulc Malbe, an art connois
seur at Dinant, lie visited tho boy, and be
came his patron in n small way;" that is to
say, he took him home, and had him taught
music nml drawing for the boy had an ap
titude fur muslo too. Tho result was that
ut the age of fourteen Wiertz could tench
his drawing master, not only, but had ac
quired n surprising facility nt engraving, in
which latter art lie was entirely self-taught.
Ho made wood-cuts of his own original
drawings, and having mado the cuts ho him
self printed from them; besido which hu
could play on some half-a-dozen different
musical Instruments, but of this art ho made
little or no use in after life. At so early an
age as tills the boy's soul became tired with
a passion for Rubens, and his patron finally
took him to Antwerp. There the kind
hearted man did what he could fur his little
friend, found him excellent masters, and
got him a pension of about fifty-six dollars
from tho king and left him to make Ills
way. On this paltry sum thj boy lived,
practising the most rigid economies. He
had no pleasures, no occupations outside his
art. In one of his letters to his mother, to
whom he was tenderly devoted all his life,
he wrote, " Except for food I hardly spent
two farthings." His lodging was his studio,
and that studio was a miserable corner in u
granary, without fire and without lights at
evening, the roof so low that ns his staturo
increased ho could not stand upright in it,
but went about stooping. Here he wrought
all day long on the paintings which he al
ready designed to open the door of fame,
and in tho darkness of night either went out
and studied, or remained in his den, and
solaced his loneliness with wild, weird
in wimei, lu mu iiucmesi cuia, liv nuiH
cd still, almost without ceasing, in a sort of
ccstacy, ns wretched in his intervals as a
beggar, ns happy in his sublime passion for
art ns nny king, or better, ns any lover,
For six years he so dwelt and so lived, and
in his scorn of physical comfort not to
speak of luxuries, pleasures was as stoical
ns Diogenes. If he could have painted in n
tub, he would have lived in a tub. Tempt
ing offers were made him to paint for money,
but lie would not. To one connoisseur who
offered him a largo sum for one of his
studies, Wiertz made a reply worthy to live
among the celebrated speeches of genius.
" Keep your gold," he said, " it is the mur
derer of art." This sentence strikes tho key
note of tlits remarkable man's nnlliem of
life. He would never sell his works. Hence
the gallery at Brussels to-day is crowded
witli the efforts of his fanciful and grotesque
genius, while out in tho world you would
seek in vain for ono of his pictures. Por
traits form tho only exception to this state
ment, for portraits lie painted now and then
throughout his life ns "pot-boilers." To
the day of ids deatli he adhered firmly to
the programme which ho laid down when
he was twenty, sis the only noble one for
artists for Wiertz wrote also, much and
well, about tho art he loved so passionately.
" In nn epoch when mechanism is preferred
to expression," he said, " ono must havo
courage enough to imitate the great l'oussin,
and paint for posterity; and, struggling al
ways against bad taste, know how to remain
po:r, in order to remain a great artist,"
" What is your secret of success ? " asked
a lady of Turner, the distinguished painter.
He replied, " I have no secret, madam, but
hard work "
Says Dr. Arnold, " The difference be
tween ono boy nnd another is not so much
in talent as in energy."
"Nothing," says Reynolds, "is denied
well-directed labor, and nothing is to be at
tained without it."
"Excellence in any department," says
Johnson, "can be attained only by the
labor of a life-time; nnd it is not to be pur
chased at n lesser price."
" There it but ono method," said Sydney
Smith," and that is hard labor; and a man
who will not pay that prico for distinction,
had better nt onco dedicate himself to tho
pursuit of the fox."
" Step by step," reads the French pro
verb, " one goes very far."
" Nothing," says Mlrabcau, " is impossi
ble to tho man who can will. ' Is that ne
cessary?' 'That shall be.' This is thu
only law of success."
"Have you ever entered n cottage, ever
traveled inn coach, over talked with a peas
ant in the field or loitered with n mechanic
at tho loom," asks Sir Edward Bulwer
I.ytton, " and not found that each of those
men had a talent you had not, knew some
thing you knew not? Tho must useless
crcaturo that ever yawned at a club, or
counted tho vermin on his rags under thu
sun of Calabria, has no excuse for want of
intellect. What men want Is not talent, It
is purpose; In other words, not the power
to achieve, but tho will of labor. I am no
believer In genius, but I believe that labor,
judiciously and continuously applied, be
Rutland, Vt., June th, ISTS.
PAIGE CROOKS, Druggists, Merchants'
Row, are selling Raw Linseed Oil nl il.ospcr
gollon; boiled linseed oil, fl.10. Strictly pure
l'orcst River Lend at 13 cents per pound ; Spirit
Turpeutlno at so cents per gallon; Kerosene
Oil at 30 cents. And all other goods In their
lino cheaper than anyone clso In Rutland coun
ty, for cash. Call and see them before pur
chasing elsewhere. Commcnicitkh-
PIANOS AND ORGANS TO RENT
at K. N. MEItltlAM'S,
Also repairing nnd tuning.
rjUIE REST ROAD SORAFER OH
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on io a a o salt a pan,
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fllllE REST 8EWINQ 5IACHINE IN
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