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KUTLANl), VT., TUESDAY MOltNING, JUNK 17, 1873.
PHICK TJIltEE CENTS.
VOL. 1....NO. 41
. T. I' U 0 S H,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer In
risisiiiNo lumiieh, siitNnr.ns, lath,
n.AI'llO.MIIIS. ANRSIMIUCE I.UMHKII,
HOOKS, SASH, 1II.1NDS, MOULD
INOS, HRACKKTS, WIN
DOW FRAMES A
Scroll Sawing of nil kinds, Pinning, Mntehlug
nnrt Olnztiig done to order. nrd und Mill Cor
ner ot Union and Furnace Streets, near Freight
Depot, Hulland, Vt. Mn)ldAwani.
II II O K K it ,
17 BllO.iD STtlKKT, XKW YOHK,
Stocks, (1"J crninents and flold bought and bold
ii Cominl. 'jji.
Interest allowed on deposits. tnujl!dlf
MOKE II 0 11 8 K,
Opposite Central Houso - - RUTLAND, Vt.
may Kit t
RUTLAND MANUFACTUHINO COMPANY,
Manufacturer') and wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SKAT CHAIUS, BED
STEADS AND CHAlIt STOCK.
Corner of West and Forest Sts
I- Atttoon, Ast. O. C. Hcoai.Es, Treas.
J W. K INCI,
Manufacturer and wholesale and retail dealer In
SASH, DOOItS, BLINDS,
Mon.DI.NOS, IlllACKKTS, AND HOUSE FUR
OF KTEKV DKSCItHTION.
FfUNACK STKKKT, ItCTLASIl, VT.
Orders by mall or otherwise promptly attend,
ml to. mjldtf
.T. J. OUINDON,
H I, A C K S M I T II .
Particular attention paid to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted. Shop on
WEST RT NKAll OI.IVKU M.lllBI.E WORKS,
mayld3m HUTLAND, VT.
LINCOLN IKON WORKS.
Marble Mill and Hoisting Machinery of the
most ImproTed construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings and general ma
steel nnd Iron Wire Hope at Manufacturer's
Itutland, Vt., May 1, 1973. maj ldtf
A. II. HAWLEY,
COXTIl ACTOR AXD PRACTICAL SLATER,
He Is prepared to do nil work promptly and
well. Orders can bo left at J. K. (llynu's storo
on Merchants' Itow, or at the llardwell House.
Itrftrtncti Itockwood Barrett, Itutland; L. M.
Mason, President or First Natlenal Dank, De
troit, Michigan ; Hon. J. M. Mnrvln, Saratoga
LIVE It Y .
It you wish a nice TURN OUT, go to
C. F. It IC II AltDS OK' s,
(Late D. Whltcomb's,)
Cotsb Street, Rutland, VnnnoNT.
Careful drivers and the finest of Carriages.
Stables open at all hours. Horses baited.
mSOdtt C. F. IHCHAHDSON, PnoraiETOit.
$otfl$i ami giulng tam$.
Aim -WELL HOUSE.
( HA. M T O N A S A L S II U It V j
The DAHDWELL HOUSE Is located opposlto
the Depot and has long been favorably known
to tho traveling public. It has been recently
Improved, now urrordlng the best and most
ample accommodation to guests.
Tho TABLK will be supplied with all the
luxuries of the Season, and every attention will
be paid to the comrort of Its patrons.
In tho future, as In tho past, tho Proprietors
Intend to mako It a tlrst-class House affording
all tho comforts ot a homo to tho traveler. The
public patronage is solicited.
A OOOD LIVERY in connection with the
Attentive PORTERS will bo found at the
Depot, on tho arrival of all trains.
J, w. Cramtoh, J. A. Salsbcrt.
FttEIOHT STREET, - - RUTLAND, VT.
A FIRST CLASS
IN HOTEL BUILDING.
J. E. JonNSON, Proprietor.
J. W. FISHER'S
NEW DINING R 0 O M S ,
central House Mock, Merchants' Row,
Warm Meals served at all hours of the day
and evening. moyldSm
N E W DINING II A L L ,
In rooms formerly occupied by J. W. Fisher;
KINOSI.EY SPRAOUE'S IlLOCK,
MKAI.S 8EUVEI) AT ALL IIOUIM.
AILY STAGE BETWEEN RUT
LAND AND KTOCKHRIDOE.
Arrive at Rutland 18 m., leave Rutland 1:00 p.m.,
starting from tno uardwell House.
iv- connections at Btoekbrldge with stages
or uucuesier uiiu ucvuci.
J. 15. WHITCOMD, Prop'r.
AKE DUNMORE HOUSE,
E. I'. HITCHCOCK, Pitoi-niKTon.
J. W. POUTER". Manaiiek.
This well known and popular Hotel, situated
on tho shores of Lako Puumore, has been re
contly put In thorough repair, several now
Cottages have been built and newly lurnlshcd.
and will ho opened Juno 1st, for the reception of
boarders and tourists. maytidtt
C1TAR SPRING "WATER and other
I J Saratoga waters by the caso or bottle at
K. FKNN A: CO'H.
rHIILDRENS' CARRIAGES, BOYS'
VJ Dump carta, Waggons and Whcelbarrowa
F. FBNN 4: CO'li.
,"URM FOR SALE.
n i. . ill.. I i ,.rrt. r.f a lie t It, 1 1 fill'lll. Hit-
tinted about two miles troni Ihevlttaireot llel
lows Falls, on the Chester mad, well Known
JOHN CLARK I'AHM,
contalulng about throe hundred and (if(.v neves
of laud; two dwelling houses, three barns und
two tenant houses, near tho railroad track.
Tho tenant houses me new. Tho large fai m
house has been thoroughly I ('paired und paint
ed, with new plazrn In front and end, new front
fence, all lutlio most substantial nnd tasteful
manner, making It a desirable residence,
Nearlv three-fourths of a mlleof new walcr pits'
from a nover-fallliiK fountain supplies all I lie
OVER TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
has been expended wllhln the past I no ears
on buildings nnd fences, besides the tenant
houses. The land Is adapted In tho raising of
all kinds of rrops. homo llttv acres nro wjll
adapted for tobacco. The land Is now; under i
good state of cultivation, h) having been fed
out a large amount of hay and. grain the past
two years, which has been brought on the
place, besides that which the farm "i pro
duced. Tho eastern lino Is Iho com octloiit
river and the faun In) Ing westerly, divided Into
pasture nml tillage land, with n sufficient sup
ply of wood for the premises. Miuited so near
tho v lllage of Hollows l'alls-a lllngo m-owlng
morn rapidly than any place within Ihu Slate,
and with lis unlimited water power, which Ih
fast being Improved, must continue toluctense
In a still larger proportion In the ititure-makes
It the most desirable farm In these palls. Pos
session given Immediately, erepl the mill
yard, nndthatinonejenr, inquire of tln'sub
scrlbcrs on tho premises; or Joseph MUwn,
tlrm of J. Wilson .V Co., near the depot ; or Vv 11
der A Hopkins, at West Rupert, Vt.
WILDER A HOPKINS.
Ilellows Falls, May 1, 1S73. m.v t-dlf
GEORGE C. NEWMAN,
REAL ESTATE UROKER,
OfTice : Derbj 's Illock, 2d Floor 1'runl .
First clnss village and farm property tor sale
and to let. Money to loan on notes, mortgages,
life policies and other approved securities.
I3ASTURE LAND IN I'tTTSFORD
. For sale or rent. One hundred nnd twenty
mo acres ot line PASTURE land located one and
one-half miles from Plltsford Village. Address
orcallon K. P. HITCHCOCK, under National
Hank of liuiland, Itutland. Vt. Mayltt
T7ERM0NT CENTRAL AND lil'T-
X LAND RAILROADS.
SUMMER ARltANfl EM EXT.
On nnd after Monday. June lid, 137.1, tinlns
w ill run as follow s, (Sundays excepted) :
OOISH SOUTH AMI EAST.
Leavo Rutland at 1S:W) and -!:" a. in., and 1'Mit
and B:00 p. 111.
MAIL. Leave Ogdensburg nt 0:10 11. in., St.
Albans nt C:20 a. m., llurllnglon at 8:10 a.m.,
Port Henry nt 8:3.1 11. m., Hulland at 12:10 . m
Bellows Falls at 2:30 p. 111., aniMng lit New Urn
don at :3i) p. 111., connecting wllh bteamer for
NEW YORK EXPRESS. Leates St Albans nl
:00 a. m., llurllnglon 10:20 11. in., muring In
Rutland lit 12:M) p. 111.
NIGHT EXPRESS. Leaves OgilensburgatlS:.
86 p.m., Plattsburg 3:30 p.m., .Montreal :i::iu p.m.,
St. Johns4:Wp. m., St. Albans 7:20 p. in., llur
llngton:to p. in., Rutland 12:.V) a. 111., Ilellows
FaU3ts:25n. in., arrUIng at New London at ll:li
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves llurllnglon nt 2:00 p.
m., Port Henry 2:00 p. 111., arriving In Rutland
at7:00p.m. Lenes Rutland at -4:30 a. in., Hol
lows Falls 7:t."i 11. 111., (accommodation train), ar
riving nt New London nt Mo p. 111.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Rut laud at noil p. in.,
arriving In Hollows Falls at 10:00 p. m.
Leaves Rutland nt 1:13 and 6: Hi n. m., and 2:30
and s:oii p. 111.
MAIL. Leaves New London at r:nO a. in.,
Bprlnglleld 8:00 a. 111., lioston 7:30 a. in.. Helluva
Falls IMS., Rutland 2:3u p. 111., arming at Port
Henry at 7:3.1 p. m., llurllngtim moo p. in., St.
AlDans tiuu p. in., .Mouireai y:n 11. m., ugueii-
burg 1:4.1 a. in., making connections wllh Trains
uurg 1:4.1 a. 111
for the West.
EXPRESS Leaves Rutland nt r.:0.i 11. 111.. ar
riving at Port Henry at 7:35 p. 111., St. Alli.ius at
NKIHT EXPRESS. Leaves New London al,
:Un. m.. snrlnirlleld nt 8:10 11. 111.. conneellng
with train leaving New York at. 3:oo p. 111., Ilel
lows Falls 11:20 p. in., eonnectlngwllli Irani
leaving Boston at 8:30 p. m., Hulland 1:13 a.m.,
llurllngton.'liton. m., St. Albans 0:10, arriving
In Montreal at 9:15 a. in., Plattsburg at 12:00 in.,
and Ogdensburg at I2::w p. jn., conni cting wli 11
trains for tho West.
3IIXKU train. Leaves liuiland at r.Miin. in.
arriving nt Port Henry at s:.vi n. in. l.eav e liui
ltngton at 9:30 a. m., St. Albans 12:0o in., arriv
ing In Ogdensburg at f:.vi p. 1:1. and St. Johns ul
:ui 11. 111.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves licilows 1 alls at i::io
, m., arriving in Rutland lit 9:20 a. m.
ACCOMMODATION. Leaves New London at,
arriving hi Rutland nt s:3S p. 111.
Trains leavo llurllngton going cast, for Mont
poller, Ac, at C:M u. in., 12:30 p. 111. and ":-' p. in.
Trains leavo Ilellows Falls going north, fur
Whlto River Junction, Ac, at b:3o 11. in. and
11:45 a.m., and S:M and 11:20 p. in.
Connections. At Rutland with Rensselaer &
Saratoga and Hnrlem Extension Railroads; at
Ilellows Falls with Cheshire Railroad ; at South
Vernon with Connecticut River Railroad.
Hr-Hleoplng cars are attached to night trains
between St. Albans and Troy, nnd llurllnglon
and lioston. uyi.E's meiiiiill,
St. Albans. Vt., Juno 3d, 1S73.
ARLEM EXTENSION RAILROAD
CHANGE OF TIME.
On and alter Monday. Juno 20th. 1ST2, trains
will run as follows :
MIXED. Leaves Rutland at 3:00 n. m con
necting at State Lino with train for Troy.
mail. Leaves iiuiianu sum a. 111., nun mim
ing closo connections at Chatham I Corners
with trains for New York, Albany, Hudson, and
both east and west on H. s A. II. H.
mixed. Leave itutland at 2.2.1 11. 111.. to lien-
nlngton and Troy.
SUNDAY MILK T1IA1N (w in iiaiseiigcr ear
auacueuj. Leaves ituiiaiui in ,.nu n. 111.
V A K F. ,
Itutland to New York .... $6 to
" toAtDany, .... 3(0
" to Hudson, - - - - 11(0
nrNo lay over checks given,
ARRIVE AT HUTLAND.
Mall. 0.35 p. m.; Mixed, 12.0s p. m.j mixed,
7.30 p. m.
1 1111 i., PUII.
Rutland, June 11. 1872.
AHEAD OK ALL
CONNECTICUT CO.MPANIIU FOR 1572
No. ot Policies. Ain't Ins,
llaitfordl.lfo and Annuity, 1210 t 2,H7,cu2
Connecticut Ueneral I.lfo Km ,r,2C, so
Travelers Life and Accident 23ss 4,om,mi
Continental Llfo 2917 n,021,oio
Ojnnectlcut Mutual Uto Ml" 13,lso,Mr,
Charter Oak Llto t.929 12,210,591
Etna Llto 6761 15,33.1,187
phg:nix mu. life 10.027 s1.7n1.7u1
V. C. JIEYEllllOl'FEII,
inny2ldldi:w4w Oeneral Auunt.
nitUNELLAS. PRUNES. CHERRIES,
X Peaches, Illockbcrrles, Raspberrles,Pluins
HuckleberrlOH. Also, an Kinusoi irons in caim.
for sale at H. w, Marshall,
(Irovo btreet, Rutland, Vt.
TMt. CARLE'S WATER PROOJ
OIL UL AUK IK 0,
HARNESSES, CARRIAGE TOPS,
ROOTS, SHOES, ETC,
Fits harnesses perfectly and prevents crack,
Ing. Docs not fry out or gum tho surface,
Softens and preserves tho leather. Excludes
tho wator, Excellent for boots, shoes, to
.t-aive8 universal satisfaction. Manufac
mviedtwtf N. c. march. Mtddleuury V
yr r E 'f s .v ' A R 1) E R
AT NO.,1, OI'l'.KA lltll'Sli HLOCK,
Keep a full asm.l linelil of Ih? following
IIOI HE FTRNISHING GOODS.
TRENCH CHINA WARE,
TAHI.n WiASS WARE,
SILVER PLATED WA11K,
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
TASKKLS AND CORDS,
LAM I" AND LANTEHS,
(IAS V1XTI RES,
liolesnle and Retail,
J. MV CHIMNEYS nnd lll'RNERS,
Wholesale nnd Retail.
HOI SK RRUSIIIN,
PL NT POTS,
VI. wt iiitACKirfn,
JIATTRASS1W nhil I.OUNOES, and
ma-1dir , DON!! TO ORDER.
P.nsNIIAM A- TEMPLE,
We me Atronls-for (he following first ilas
Home, N. Y
liari foril,'. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. . '. V.
lnsuraneo of No. Anierle.i, Phlla.
P hen iv. N. Y
These am Iho best known of all tho companies
cproseniou in liuiland, anil since no nave
cnroscnled them Ihey have jviW vwrfvwneii to
the citizens of Hulland und -vicinity than nil
thrr einiijKtuien eombitml.
This reeord proves llielr stability and their
llllnguess to pay nil proper claims.
We confidently expect n cou(lnu.inco of the
llber.il patronage which these eonip.inles hare
We ,ilsn renresent Hie Trnvelera LlfonndAc-
cident Hisiiranee company. We glui a better
and '!. nj"r policy than any other Life com
pnnv. Call and -
liriiNHAM X TEMPLE.
Office, Opera House, Rutland, Vt.
II'TLAND MARIILIO COMPANY,
wiioLnji.u.i: t)i:.i.i:i:s in
HLOCK it 9 AAV ED MAR RLE.
(JI'AIMMM AND MILLS,
.1. N. HAXTEK, Supt. WEST HUTLAND, Vt.
All tho grades ot Hulland Maible. In tho
shape of slabs of various thicknesses required
for Furniture, Mantel, and Docoratlvo Work, as
well ns cemetery uses: also cub e stock for
Monumental and Hiilldlug purposes. Including
liases, Strips, and Posts, may bu found on our
yard at all limes.
Our extensive nrr.uigenients for tho nroduc-
Inn of Marble, In tho way ot oiiarrylng Ma
chinery, and Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
of h.iwH, place us In position 10 supply tho
wains 01 1110 iinne. vvnoiesaio aim iieinu
Dealers, Hulldcrs, l urnlture-Men, and gen-
r.u J anut.ic iirers win 1 nil 11 to 1 he r Interest
o favor in wllh their orders.
RUTLAND MARI1LE CO.
OTEAM STONE CUTTER COMPANY.
Sole proprlctoi-s and manufacturers ot tho
STONE CRANNELINO OR OUAHRYINO MA
ror cm tins
stono Into various 'sl?es and dl-
IN ALL KINDS OF QUARRIES.
Ol l'ICE and siiora,
JOHN W. CHAMTON, Pres't.
(lEOIini! E. ROYCE, Treas.
CHARLES CLARK, SeCy.
(IEO. J. WAHDWELL, Supt.
CJCKAP IRON AND STEEL, OLD
U Mnrblo SawH and Currency taken in ex.
inaiigo ior nans at uio
HUTIAND NAIL WORKS.
West ot Lincoln Iron Works,
fVUHl10"N IS AGENT FOR CARD
J 7 NER'S Perforated ChalrSeat, forrenovat
ng over i., Hi-rills' or hush uoiioiu cuiiiin.
Plenso to call and bcejthem.
Clruvo Illock RUTLAND, Vt
NO, 15 MERCHANTS' HOW,
Iron nnd Lead Pipe, Portablo and stationary En,
uiiii-s , jioiary meiiiu, i oreuaiiii v;isieril I'uuiiis
Leather and Rubber Hcltlnir! Rubber Hoso am
Packlmr: Rubber Overcoats, (lloves and Mlt.
tens! sieam nnd Water (lauires! Water. Steam
and flas Fittings, nnd Fixtures, nil kinds : Max
and Soapstono Packing; cotton Waste, Plumb
STEAM, WATER AND OAS FITTINH
Dono at short notice, and at prices adapted to
Rutland, May 1, 1S73 inyldAwtf
(OrorcvifiS ami rovisiionis.
All K CLOSING OUT SALE
Ot n stock of
(JROCERIES AND PROVISION'S,
DOMESTIC DRY OOODS,
ROOTS AND SHOES,
CHOCKKHY, OLASSWARE, AC, At'.,
U AS CO M M E N 0 E D .
Will nvall themselves of the opportunity which
It llords to replenish their stock of household
r?" Every artlclo Is sold at cost or less.
I'l.KASK CALL AND IKAltK PRICKS'.
0. W. CHAPLIN, .In.,
No. 9, MERCHANTS' HOW, RUTLAND.
irO0P CHOPPERS WANTED TO
Y t cut 500 cords of hard wood In Mendon.
Annir tn dm. V. CHAPMN. Jit.. Merchants'
TO O R S A
J. . .
The subscriber nas n canuy apparatus com
prising a complelo outfit for manufacturing
candy, which he will sell for less than one-half
(he original cost. Also, one heavy Truck Wa
gon, tory cljeap; and one pair of Double Work
(ii.ii. vv. cn.vri.i.N, ,iii.,
9 Merchanls' How.
Rutland. May 2i5, inyakltr.
A- T. OA DEN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED Pltl'ITH, I'U'KLES AO,,
AND FANCY HOODS.
Also, Dealers In
DRV OOODS, SHAWLS, DRRiS
HOSIERY, CII.OVES Ac, Ac.
An assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Constantly on hand.
AOENTS FOR MAIL STEAMERS TO AND
Sif-RHAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT ON THE
nANKS OF ENOLAND, IRELAND, SCOTLAND
CORNER FREIOHT AND EVELYN STS.
1 8 7 1!
O L D R E I) S T O R E.
anouEiiiEs axp piinvfroxs,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
majltf Mehciiants' Itow.
JOSEPH H. GUY,
S. HAYWARD A CO.,
OROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HAY AND WOOD.
Wasiunoton St., Ruti.anp, Vt.
U L T O N M A R K E T,
DUNTON A HAYWARH
All kinds of Meats Fish,
rung in iiieir beason.
Klngsley A Sprague's Illock, Merchants' How,
E E R T U R N E R
sua A n itKFixixa company
70 WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Offer for sale all tho various grades of ltetlned
Sugar of Superior Quality at tho Lowest Market
Prices. A superior quality ot Whlto Sugar for
L,onieci loners use, aisu,
WHITE COFFEE A,
COFFEE EXTRA 0,
And the lower grades of
r e 1. 1 o ir ,s (7 a a it
Orders to bo addrcised 16 our ofllco In New
York, 70 Wall btreet, Cor. pearl.
Parties ordering 10 barrels can have I hem as.
Tkkus Thirty days, or Cash In 7 days, less
jh r ceiii.uiscuuui.
milE REST SEWING MACHINE IN
JL tho world. WQ havo tried them. Can be
had at lt.,N, MICItlHAM'H,
"milE REST SHIRTS I EYJJR HAD,"
JL This Is what they say ot
E. N, MERRIAM'S PERFECT FITTINQ SHIRTS
HUintry anrt aiuy. oodis.
J A It ROWS & MITCHELL,
(Successors to Fkkvcii A Hakkovvs.)
PROSPEC'TCS FOR 1H7I1.
As we have worn no disguises In Iho past,,wo
omo with no promise of a new sensation. We
shall offer you no cunningly devised fables to
tlcklo your rancjuor take a flesh departure in
unbeaten paths to relievo the monotony of
truth-telling, Fornearlyl'ltteeu Years vvcliavo
he(J to tho saino principles, and vb rd lliom
all unworn by thc'lapse of tliiie.
MILLINERY AND FANCY OOODS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
All orders entrusted to our care will be
I'lWMIVl.V ASH CA11KFUU.Y VIl.l.Klh
RARItOWS & .MITCHELL,
NO. 21 MERCHANTS' ROW,
GOOD NEWS !
WATCHES CHEAPER TpiAN EVER HEFORE,
.MARSHALL A- CADY'.H.
Who have Just locelved a large and elegant
stock, open cases with Hat glasses, In both
Swiss and American, key and stem winders.
NEW ASSORTMENT OF CHAINS,
COLD SETS, RINC.S, PINS, AC.
solid Silver and Sliver Plated Ware,
A line line of lilaek Jewelry In horn and Jet.
'all at the old stand of Clark llros. A Marshall,
orner Merchants' How and West street.
IliajldJIll -MARSHALL A CAIIV.
T A L L I N O F O R D
HILL A SON
Will open on .Monday, May rth, the new
Orer their store, where will b displayed an
elegant stock of Pattern Hats, Ribbons, Flow
ers, Frnmes, Hats, Ac. New York Ooods at
Walllngtord prices. Also Mens' and Ho) s' Hats
Having eniargeu auu improveu our
We shall open
on the same day, our Spring
Muss', tors' xsn riiit.niiKss' bcits.
Can give a good business suit for 10, and we
have a good line of liner good. Elegant Coats
and Vests nnd Nobby Pauts.sWe havo remod
died our ,
And can now offer a full stock ot Ladles'.MIsMa'
and Children's suoes, ltuDuers ana sup
pers; also, Men's and Hoys'
Hoots and Shoes.
Wo have a new lot of
C R 0 C K E It Y
To open ; also In stock, Olasswaro, Hardware,
uras.SDC.eu. uuu riour. no tuu kmc inr m-n.
OROCERIES AND FAMILY SUPPLIES.
Como and get 8 lbs. of tho best vvhtteSugar for
II, and good Japan Tea for 07 cents. (N. 11. vv o
have somo not as good for 60 conts.) Rut wo
cannot give you a list of our goods or prices, so
you must call on us and seo for yourselves.
A. HILL A' SON.
W A L L I
N G F O It
A I N T E D THE SIGNS
J. PRICIIAltD, I'ROMIIBTOK.
OHARCOAL PIG IRON,
goo!; stationery, flr.
J.LORE PAPER COMPANY
ptmi.isiinns pihnteiim, stationers..
BL.1 XK HOOK St A SUVA CTttltr.V.X, ,. .'
RUTIAND, VT. y "
Having purchased the Wholcsalo Paper and
Stationery business ot H. A. Sawyer, nnd the
Priming business of Jas. K. Mc Lew, with tho
addition ot a complete riook.Hlndery, they have
consolidated the wholo Into one business, imj
moved the same Into tlio new and commodious
"Olobe Ritlldig," erected especially for the
use of tno Compuny. .
With ono ot tho most coinplcto Printing De
partments ot any establishment In tho Stnte,
under the superv lslon ot one of tho host practical
printers In the country, they arc piepared to do
all kinds of plain and ornamental woiklutho
most approved manner and on short notice.
Our Jobbing Department will comprise full
lines ot Writing Papers, ;both folded and lint,
Envelopes, (Note, Letter nnd Ofllclal,) Illank
Hooks of cveiy description, School Hooks,
Slates, Pens, Pencils, Inks, Law Blanks, Cut
lery, Wrapping Papers of ntl kinds, Paper nags,
Flour Sacks, Twines and Cordage, Wooden
Ware, Matches, llrushcs, Illacklng, Mucin?,
AC, Ac. This Department will bo found well
slocked nnd worthy tho nllenllun of close buy
ers, The Himlery will be under the charge of ono
ot Iho most thorough workmen to be found In
the State, and all woik will be executed In the
best st)le and with dispatch.
With men of long experience In charge, and
wllh extensile facilities for conducting their
business in lis several departments, they pre
sent one of tho most complete establishments
of the kind to bo found outside the cities, and
solicit the patronage of tho Public, feeling con
lldent that they can Insure the wants of all
upon the most favorable tf rms.
OLOllE PAPER CO.
iVGS. We have now in stock an assort
ment ot Dcnnlson's Patent Direction
Labels and Merchandise Tags, which we will
sell at manufacturer's prices.
We have also a good stock ct " Phillip's Se
curity Hook-Tags," a very convenient and ser
viceable article for merchants. Among Its nil
vantages are: (loods can be more readily mark
ed than by any other mean ; the lag Is so se
curely locked that It cannot become detached
from tho goods; no chanco ot tho tag becoming
detached from tho hook; no points projecting
to tear other goods or your fingers. They are
safe, stiong and cheap. Call and examine
them. OLOllE PAPER CO.
Merchants uslnir printed wramilng will do
well to consult us liefore ordering, as wo make
as low figures as New' York or Huston Rouses,
and giro belter iiccommodatlons In assorting
lots, whllo a great saving enn bo mado on
freight. C.LOHK PAPER CO.
1 O O IC S AND S T A T 1 O N E It Y,
PRINTING AND RINDING,
PAPER RAGS AND WRAPPING,
PAPER HANGINGS, Ac.
All persons In search of tho best place to pro
cure any ol Iho above articles or vvNh any wotk
perfoimed In connection w ith the largest
IlLANIv P.OOIC MANUFACTURING
ESTAIILISIIMENT IN THE STATE,
Will llud It to their iidrantage to call upon, or
Tt'TTLE A CO.,
"Rook A Pen Sign," 1 11 Cknikii Stkkkt,
Hkkai.u lluil.Dlsn, RUTLAND, VT.
lino 1 Jim
pLUMIiINO AND GAS FITTING.
COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
Having leased rooms No. 1. Merchants' How,
In Stoic with II. H. Dyer, I am prepared In do
all work In iny lino lu a workmanlike manner
nt reasonable rales.
PI.l'MlllNO AND OAS FITTING OOODS
supplied at tho lowest rates.
SATISFACTION fill A R A N T E E D .
fir orders by mall promptly attended to.
S. D. J ENN ESS,
Rutland, May w, 17S. iWin
HOOTS AND SHOES AT No. 47,
Having mado such nirangements with New
Kiiciaiiu ami sew voric miinuiaciurers us en
ables us to offerto tho people ot Rutland county.
a stock of goods which cannot fall to meet the
wants ot an. wo eoriuaiiy invito an exaimmi.
Hon, and respectfully beg a share ot patronage,
Also having mado arrangements with M. M.
Albco to taku charge ot this branch of our busi
ness, anu ov erseu mu iusioui vvorK, we sunn
alwavs be prepared to taku measures, and man
ufacture to order all kinds of pegged and sewed
work, for eltherOentlemen, Ladtes or Children's
wear. Our terms will nlvraj s bo cash, and shall
therefore bo able to sell as low ns any panics in
OHOCEH1ES AND PROVISIONS.
This denartment ot our tradn wo shall still
continue; materially adding to our slock during
tho next few days. It Is our Intention to keeii
tho very best goods that con bo found, and shall
always strive to bo oblo to sell as low as any
FLOUR Wo are ngents for Penlleld, Lyon
A co.'s Flour, which Is ncknow lodged by all to
bo equal If not superior to any bra ml sold In this
market, and are ablo to sell at the very lowest
TEAS. Wo call especial attention to our teas
and think wo aro ablo to supply them at low
prices anu oi cxceiieni quality.
CANNED OOODS Of all kinds, from tho very
ucsl racKcrs in me couiur).
Everything belonging to Fancy Orocciles con.
Manny i" bioi
MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND, VT.
May 1, ism. dtt
ARATOGA IN RUTLAND. -THE
Star Snrlnt; water on draft ns nuro and
rcsu us wncii uippeii iroui mo npnng, at
l'KANCW FKNN A CO.
TJIANOS AND ORGANS TO RENT
J. nt ii. N, .MLHlllA.M'S.
Alio repairing and tuning.
v Stoicjs .ami Sin Ware.
JUNN & CHAMTON,
Manufacturers! all Undo of
PLANISHED, IIRITANNIA, JAPAN, OLASS
AND WOODEN WARES
HHOO.MS, UHUSHES AND I1ASKETS,
and a general assortment of.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Special facilities for Jobbing all kinds of
TIN AND (ILASS WARE.
82-A11 kinds of nvKTKit taken In evrhatise for
NO. 14 MERCHANTS' HOW,
RutlandVt., May 1, 1S73. in)1dlf
0 . S T A L E Y & (' O .
No. 12, Mkuchvsts' Row,
STOVES AND HOT AIR FURNACES.
The Stewart and New American Cooking
Stoves, forTjoth wood and coal, constantly on
hand. Mnnufacturcis of and dealers In
COPPER, TIN AND SHEET 1P.ON WARE.;
P L U M 1! 1 N G
In all Its branches. Hath Tubs, Water Closets,
(las and Water Piping, and Fittings ot
'.TIN ROOFINfi AND JOIllllNfl
Ot all kinds promptly attended to. None but
skillful and rellnbiu workmen emplojed.
.w. wnuK Al:iiA.iri:i.
KKVlKMBm, 2 llOOltS KOHTU OF TUB 0I'Ei'.A HOl'SK,
LRERT W. IIIGGINS,
MERCHANTS' HOW, I'NDEIt H.VIES HOl'SB,
Offers for salo a full stock of
TUB FINEST I INK 01
F A N C Y A N D Tfll L E T OOODS
To be found In any Drug Store In Vermont
TOO i ll,
NAIL HRIISIIES, COMUS, Ac.
Pomades and Hair Oils Cosmetizes and
Toilet Powders, Ac, Ac, Ac.
Just received a large slock of Trawling and
Which we 'offer Low fur Cash.
Call and examine our slock ot
Which we will guarantee Is the largest and
finest In the Stnte. Now Is the Mum
urn voir kvfii thy
HHSOINS' SUPERIOR COI.OONE WATER?
it is thk bkht.
A. W. IIIGGINS,
41 Merchants' Row, .... RUTLAND, Vt.
RAXTER NATIONAL RANK",
II, IlKS'llV Haxtkii,
11. F. Lotukoi'.
J. W. Ciuvnos,
N. T. Hl'HAOl'K, .III.
W. C. DCNIOK,
W, C. I.AN1H1S,
J. N. 1UITLH,
T. W. Pakic,
OSO. K. ROVCf, I
(ItomiK R, Rorrt'vf,
Mndo and remitted for at lowest Urates.
1NTKKK8T ALLOVVEn OS T111K PEI-OSHX.
A general Rankin:
and Exchange business
II. Husky Haxtbk, Prest. J. N. Haxtkii, V,
(JhOKOK R. IIottcm, Cashier.
E M O V A L
8. 0. blalej , ot tho late tlrm of Staley A Up.
Plucott. has removed his business from No. 37
Center St., to No. n Merchants' How, vvhero he
has formed a Copartnership w ith Messrs. Dunn
A Cramton, under tho linn nauio of s. (1. stuley
A Co. Ho will bo nleaseil to seo ntl of his old
customers, nud an many new ones as will fav or
uuu uiiu ii euii.
T?LK HORN it MAGNOLIA
JJi very choice, for Halo at
II. W. MARSHALI.'SU
"VIEW MOULDINGS FOR PICTURE
i-1 Framing, Chromos, Lithographs, and
TEAS, from CO cents In $1.75; also frrsh
around COFFEE, at
13. V Jl a
majldi-wiy corner or Orov o and West tits.
hc gutiund gaity (Btobe.
Tuesday' june n, ma.
a i u 1 1 ' i ' rr 1 1 1 1 a r, iii:iMitrjii:'r
A (jrcat ileal 1ms been written during tho
few months concerning the preservative pro
perties of different substances, and among
those most highly recommended are acetate
and silicate of soda and borax. Thoso sub
stances, tnoro especially tho latter, have
been spoken of as admirable preservatives
of milk, and they have undoubtedly a ben
eficial effect and cannot fall to be of prac
tical value in this particular. Wo are rath
er Inclined, however, to give preference to
silicate of soda, slnco milk treated with n
solution of water containing one twenty
fifth of the silicate, will bo kept perfectly
sweet for five to six days, and if tho cream
bo then removed the remaining fluid will be
found to be alkaline and without a single
trace of casein, lloracio acid Is mucli less
energetic in its action and retards the scp
nration of trcam. For the former, in pracSj
lice, it Is recommended to dissolve about one'
ounce of the silicate in a quart of water,
which may lie added to about four gallons
of milk. The fact of the addition of water
may seem to many to bo an objectionable
feature in tills treatment, but in many cases,
where milk must bo transported a long dis
tance to market, the discovery may bo of
great practical value not only to the pro
ducer, by supplying n source of income
otherwise out of Ills reach, but also to the
consumer, by supplying a larger quantity
of a good article nt reduced price.
Artificial milk. During the siege of Paris,
n substitute for milk was manufactured ac
cording to the, following formula j One
ounce and n half of sugar is dissolved in n
quart of water, and to this solution nro ad
ded one ounce of dry albumen, (from white
of eggs,) and 15 to :!0 grains of soda crys
tals, and Ihe whole made into mi emulsion
by the addition of one to two ounces of olive
oil. As the war progressed, gelatine was
substituted for nlhumon, and slaughter
house fats, purified by melting nt 1,",0 de
grees, for the nliro oil. Ono firm manu
factured by this process 1M.0OO gallons of
milk daily for Paris coinsuinptlon. Jqt.
of Agricitllitn: Jr. McMurtce Chemht.
It would seem probable, from Mr. Mc
Murtle researches, that, after all that lias
been said about the superphosphate of lime,
common bone dust ground bones are ns
valuable for the firmer. Although the ef
fects are not quite so rapid they endure
DniLu Fisl'its ron FitANcr.. Mr. T. A.
Gere, our wide-awake maikct reporter, fur
nishes us with the following item: If a
rumored experiment is successful, there
will be hereafter an additional outlet fur
surplus dried apples. There is very apt to
bo n large unsalable remnant of this crop of
late years. During the past few weeks
there have been important sales of about
1,200 barrels of dried apples to go to Frnnce.
This is the first consignment ever sent to
that country, though lor other parts of the
Continent there is frequently a good salo
for consumption. The buyers of the above
lots will not disclose tho real use these ap
ples are destined for j but hints enougli have
leaked out, intimating tho intention of put
ting them through the still on the other side,
for the purpose of converting them into the
base or ingredient of liquor. In tho line of
wines and liquors. French chemists have
been known to exhibit Ingenuity that almost
defied detection. Jlural A'fio Yorktr.
Sowino Coiin. In answer to your cor
respondent nt Railway, 11. J.,as to best way
to tow com for soiling purposes, I would
state that tho method adopted in this sec
tion is to drill about three bushels per ncro
witli a grain drill. Mr. .1. Mcltccder lias
for several years past, drilled his corn both
ways with good success, ns in that way the
seed is distributed over the ground more
evenly. I saw last year a large crop of fod
der grown from corn put in tho sixth of
July; it had quite large nubbins on the
stnlks. I think sweet corn is tho best to
ow for fodder, as tho cattle w ill eat it all
up clean and it keeps them fat. But Mr.
C. .J. Townscnd and others, prefer the
Western Dent tn any other kind..''. C.
Startoff, A'. J.
Fish Cultuui:. Seth Green and the oili
er lisli-f.iriners of New York have fairly
conquered a peace. Ucfore accomplished
results, such as these public spirited men
have to show for their faith and labor, even
legislative stupidity stands dumb and con
vinced. A few years ngo there were scarce
ly any shad in the Hudson, nnd tho fish was
u rare and costly luxury in the New York
irarkcts. Now, according, to the Trov
I iinen, "shad lie like snow banks on the
shores," and are retailed to the city house
holders at .'10 cents a pair. Vermont Former.
Scii.iTCHEs Klmiiuf.s. I). It.. Rarker
writes that any scratches rrc only an aggra
vated case of tho itch, nnd any treatment
which will euro itch will cure scratches,
Use all care in relation lo preventing the
animal from catching cold, and keeping the
annual clean, lie says no can euro a case
In three or four days w ith Pettlt's Eve
Salve. ilimrn liural Xeie Yorker.
Foxks Amono Lamiis. I'ios and l'ori.-
tkv having been complained of liy a corres
pondent of the Country Gentleman, anoth
er correspondent says j "Let him saturate
strings in melted sulphur and tie around
the lambs' necks, and they will bo safe.
Then saturate a number of old rags nnd
drop them promiscuously on thrco or four
acres around tho house, and his pigs and
poultry will be safe. Foxes always make a
retrograde movement when they smell sul.
ltvisixu Tuiiklvs. In answer to W. M.
1)., in liural New Yorker, April L'."i, allovr
ino to sny that I hare done well in turkey
raising, by causing each ono to swallow a
berry of pepper, and by greasing their ears
and under their wings. Tills should bo
dono when one day old. I feed them with
four mi k curd until three or four week
old: then mix tho curd with com meal.
.They should bo kept from tho wet until three
or lour weeks oiii. c. i. w.
yihLAGK OF RUTLAND.
VlLLAOK L'LKKK'i) OmCK.l
Rutland, Juno n, 1S73.
In pursuance ot a request signed by more than
live legal voters ot the Village of Itutland hav.
Ing been left at this oftlcv. notlco Is herein-
given that a special meeting ot said village will
bo held at the Village Hall, on saturdav, Juno
SI, 1S73, at 7i o'clock p. m., 10 act on the follow.
ing uusnicsa i
1st. To see If the vlllngo will vote a tax sum.
dent to meet the necessary cun cut expenses of
d. To see It t ho v lllago will vote a tax sum.
clent to repair the sewer between tho railroad
embankment and Forest street, and ilulsh up
the connecting link between Hlplej 's block aud
West hi recti
ad. To hear a report of the committee au
pointed at Iho last annual Vlllagu election, hi
examine the accounts or tho Trust pes.
4th. To consider the question of funding lint
Interest on tho Water Huuds, or any other ques.
Hon relative to said Bonds.
Mh. To seo It the Vlllago will raise, byta?:
or othervv lsc, a sum of money sunk lout to buiht
a Reservoir, or to ot hervv Iso prov idea supply oC
water for tho better protection ot property
against tiro In tho vltinliy ottho Postolllce.
mil. 'I'o transact any other business thoughq
necessary w hen met.
(lEOItni: R. IlOTTUM, Clerk.
A SPLENDID LOT OF NEW 11RA1D
.Ci. INtl HESIONS, und ALPHABETS, lust re
H. N. MEHRIAM'S.
QPRING CATALOGUE OF PAPE1C
1J PATEHNS for ladles' and Chlldrens' gar.
E. N. MEHRIAM'S.