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LAWS 01' THE UNITED STATUS.
rASjr.l) AT TIIK HIIRO SFS3ION OK III R I'ORTY
No. All Act (rt AM 111 tin- Erection otu
Monument to llio Memory ot Mnjor-Uencral
neorgc II. Thomas
He it enacted by the Senate and limine of Item?
ientatircnftlte United State uf America in Von
me aeiembled. That tho Secrclary of War Ijc.
mill In- hereby Is, authorized nnd directed to de
liver to tlm Soclol ot the Army ot tho Cumber
land, eighty-eight pieces of condemned broii70
cuunuii, If tho same cnu bo spared without seri
ous detriment to tho government' to aid In the
lection ot an equestrian slatuo to thu inemoij
ot MtiJoMlenernl George II, Thoma.
Appiuvcd, MarchS, lsla.
No. 801). An Ael'to ili.inire Mil' Name of
Schooner "Andrew Stowaii1 and steamer
He it enacted ly the Senate ami mow if llcjne
wntatttcnif the United Slatenuf Amciica in Van-
neamtembled, Tlint tho Secretary of tho Treas
ury be, and It hereby, authorized and directed
10 change the inline ot the schooner "Andrew
Stewart" lo Harnett Jones" nml the steamer
"Sleepy Hollow" 10 thai of "Long lliunch" and
'mint new registers 10 iho fame.
ppiuvcd, March S, 1S7B,
..t niii. Ai-i niillir.illhir Hie Transfer ol
Su'o. rrom tho War Department to (he l'od
uillei' Department for use in the Transport ,1-
1 ion or rcgisicrcu .mint.
:.. ; .,,.... lift tlie Senate and ilmticnf Heine
,itr m if the t rmted Stale nf America in Ivnyie
uumnbtnt, i mil me .-ocrcinry 01 vtnr up, nnu oe
.shoieh.v, nutlioilzcd lo translcr such sates, or
nav master rncsis, us may do on iianu in ins
ileoarlinent t) tho PiStolllco Diuirtmeut t.r
iiw in mo transportation ot registered malls,
with n view lo promote tho secuilly ot such
Apiuoicil, Mn17.l1 ;:, is;u,
No. ..II.'. ah Act atitliorlliis; the Construction
ma in logo across llio .Mississippi inter lit Snlnt
I. Jiih In ino .sinlo of .Missouri.)
.V it eiavted bytlte Senile ttnd lloitle if ll-me-
ntntneeuf the United state it .1 merit a inVutl
t .i artmtblitl. That Ihe N.ilnt. linlr unit lulni..
lelei Bridge company, n cniiorntlou iharleied
lorvanued under I lit' laws of o.irh of Ihe
states ot Illinois tt'iii Mlssour', and Juc l other
i VI (nil .IIIUIIS II 111 t lllllll KlUaiS, u uii.v, as 1I1U
ie ic.llti r associate tlirliisclif Willi llit'in. he.
. ml i lie same i.i" hereby, nmlmizcd loViict,
i...ilnialu, and update a bildgo ucolss the Miss
issippi river, Hum sumo point on the Illinois
nine, in inccouuij oi .sniuciiair, anil uieMuic
in lllliuols, o me southern tutor the city
UiMuInt Louis, irorhiert-. Carondulcl.) In Iho
Male of .Missouri, subject to all the conditions
lunuiiiicu in saiuncnoi incoiporuiionoruiuouii
iiii'un uiereto, and not Inconsistent Willi llio
i I ois and prov Isloits contained In tills net ; and
In ease of any llllgullou mlsliijr Irom obstruc
tion, or alleged oustrucllon, to Cie rrce navlga
initi oi said waters, Ihe cause shall be tiled On
ion' I lie district court of t ho tutted Slates of
en Hit sin ie which any portl"ii ot akl nbti ac
tions oi bridyo touches.
Shi, S. That the bildgo-uulhoried by the pre-
i diiijr M'ctinn lu bo built shall be subject lo
ilif unloving conditions; rtiM, the two stuns
nver tlie main elm unci or the ilcr shall nut be
"ssinan me hundred feet In the clear from
plcrlo pier at low-water mark; secondly, no
span out tho water at low-wnler mnr.c shall he
less thjiitttoliiindiel nnd liny feci In the clear
"I ainilmeiils; (htrdl., the uleatlon ot said
oililtf.' mer Ihu main channel shall not be less
l nan our hundred rect ubine low-waler mark,
as understood ot Ihe point of location, iueaur-
ii'i rorsia h eleMilloii to the lowest pall of Iho
aiiiersliucture or the bottom chord of said
luidve, or In Ihe case of ureli spans to the lowest
imlntof Ihe cenlie ot the aiee; fourthly, the
iileisof said bridge shall be parallel Willi tho
' unvnl ol the 1 1 cr ns near as practicable, nnd
nial no nprops or other outsluo protcclloii lor
.tiilieirect loundatloii Hill be tc l in 11 lei I la Ihe
i li.uinel.way; that sald;inldt:o shallibo piovld
cil with two rallwa,-U'ael;s, two hlgliuu
l racks, and two fool-all:sof uolh -s than clgnt
. Vt 111 Willi ll.
MC .1. That said bild'ie eompan.t, aiithorked
to const met Hiiid brld'fe across the Mlsslssljipl
river bv Ihe states ot .Missouri and Illinois, U)
on wohsc lerrltory said luldse will aliul, shall
;ive notice by jiublleatlon lor thirty days, In
ui'iispapein haUnjc a wide circulation, In not
less than two newspapers In Ihe cities of Pitts.
mir', I'luclunall, LouUvllle, Saint Iiuts, .Mem
phis, and New or!ean, nnd shall submit to Ihe
.M'eivlary of War, ror his examination, a design
uf the hrldjro nun piers, and ft mapoftho loca
tion, KlMir,', for Ihe sjiaeo of at least onolnllo
abmo and one mile below Iho promised loca-
inn, topograph of the o.mlcs oi tho ilver, llio
shore-lines at high nnd low water, the direction
ot the current at all stasres, and the soundings
accurately showing the lied or tho stream, tho
location of any other bi Idge or bridges, and shall
mi nlsh such other information as may bo n
((tilretl for a lull and satisfactory uuilersland
mgof the sitO'Ct.by the .secretary of War ; and
If Ihe .Secretary of War Is sallslled that the pro
Uslonsotiholaw halo been compiled within
regnidto location, llio building or thu piers may
be at onco commenced ; but it It shall appear
that the conditions piescrlbed by this act can
not ba compiled with at tho location where it Is
desired to construct tho bridge, tho Secretary
ot War shall, utter considering any remonstran
ces llled against thu' building ot bald bridge,
and furnishing copies of bueh remonstrances lo
I ho board ot engineers provided for In this net,
detail n board, composed of llireo experienced
oillcers of Iho coips ot engineers, to examine
ihe case, nnd may, on their recommendation,
aulhoilzo such modlllcatlons in tho li'ipiUc
inents ot this act us to locatlonand piers as will
permit iho eonsit uctlon of tho bridge, not, how
ever, diminishing tho width or tho spans con
templated by this ait: l'mttded, That tho free
uaUgatlon of thorlier bo not materially In
Skc, 4. That any person, company, orperntlon
owning operating any bridge constructed under
this act shall maintain at their own expense,
Hum sunset to sunrise, throughout tho year,
such lights on their bridges ns may bo required
by the light-house board for the sccuiltyof nav
igation. skc. n. That tho bridge constructed under
lids act, and according to Its limitations shall
bo deemed and taken lo bo a lawfnl structure,
and shall bo recognized and known ns a posl
loutufor tho transmission ot tho malls, thu
troops, and tho munitions of war of tho United
Males, and no higher chargo pcrhallo shall bo
made for the transmission or malls, troops, and
munitions of war, or other property or tho Uni
ted statcH, lu Its passags across said bridge,
than Is charged on railroads approaching said
Ski-, 0. That the directors of said corporation
may bo citizens of any or tho United States, and
may hold their mecUngs In either ol tho Slates
or Illinois and Jllssouri, nstlie board or directors
may elect, and may execute a mortgage and Is
sue bonds, payable, principal and lutere&t, In
Sec 7. That nil rallwnycnmpanlesdesiring to
usotho said bridge after Its completion shall
havo and bo entitled to equal rights and prlU
leges In tho passage of the same, and In tho uso
or iho machinery nnd fixtures thereof, nnd ot
ai the approaches therein, under and upon such
equitable terms nnd conditions as shall bo pre
scribed by the Secretary of War, upon hearing
I he allegations and proofs ot the pal ties, In casu
I hey shall not agree.
sue, s. That tho right to altar or amend this
act so as lo proi ent or lemovo all luatertnlob
structlons lo Iho navigation of said river by tho
construction of said bridge Is hereby expiessly
reserved; and any chango In tho consti uctlon
cr any alteration orjsaid biidgo that may bo di
rected at any time by congress shall bo inado at
tho cost and expense of tho owners thereof.
This act shall be subject lo amendment or l e
peal at ihe pleasure of Congress.
Approved, March 3, lsTS.
No. 101. All Act authorizing the Socrdtnry of
W nr lo deliver condemned orduniieh lo certain
organizations for monumental Purposes.
Hi tt en teed by the Senate and Hunts Henri
uuatire nj the United state of .1 i,ir ri'ru f u i'.
Ire iiMsnnbleil, That tho Secretary o' War be.
and ho hereby Is, authorized to dellio I if Hi!
samo can be dono without detriment lo liiogov-ernm-nt,
four condemned cannon nnd sixteen
eaiiiiou-balls lo each or tho follow Ing-mimed
uiKiiiiiiiuiiij. jur mo purpose oi ornamenting
ourlal-grounds ot deceased soldiers :
To tin Army ami tav I'mIhh i,t
To tho niimlclp.il authorities of tho city ot
sracue, New Vol k ;
To liieiirand Army of (lie licptibllc, utAn
sonla, Connect lent;
in i iho Soldier's. Monument Association at
And lo ilioniuiilclpnlauthoililesotllioUlla"!'
or Murgb-, Michigan, one cannon and four can-nun-halls,
Appnned, Manila, ISTli.
He it enaeted by the Senate and lUaie uf Heine
enttttireMufthe t'ntted Sttltennr A uierien rfn A....
i' ifiembled, That tho consent ot tho United
Males Is hereby given to the purchase of n cor
lain tract of land at Omaha, Nebraska, for
whli h, under order or his commanding olllcer,
Major William .Mjcrs, paid tho sum of eight
ihousand dollars; and Iho accounting oillcers
are directed to Liodlthlni In settlement of his
accounts with tho sum of tight thousand dol
lars, iiKn tho tiling of satisfactory anchors
showing iho payment of that sum to have been
mado by hlin under bueh order.
Approved, Murch D.-ls-u.
No. f05. An Act to authorize. Iho Secretary
or the Navy to convey to tho lity of Chelsea,
.Massachusetts, certain iJind for Iho Uso of 11
Heit eiutctedbythe Senate and lluuae. if Heine
tentative a the fulled State uf Ameriea in Vun.
lire aembled. That the Secretary of tho Navy
Is heieby authorized lo convey lo tho city of
Chelsea, In Iho stale of Massachusetts, for tho
purpose of laying out and maintaining u street
W'1' V1CJP hrtilgo to Chestnut street In said
city, tho following described laud, lo wit: That
i '. ",)'!l1?n.t" "!u tct ot land be onglnglo tho
United States, situated In tho city of Chelsea,
ii the. county of Suirolk nnd btiito of Mossat
fwtt.s',2mln?!,clnS on "roadway In bald
niS-Jo1 J"6 southwesterly corner of John 11.
Osgood's land and ruini ng northerly bv land of
I fty-ono hundredths feet to land ot tho United
States marine hospital; thonco running west
erly on the. northerly lino ot Cl es t street!
extending fifteen and fitly one huudrcths feet'
!e,Vc(! J,l"'n""f Mthwesterly by "land o ' tho
United Ktntes marine and navul hospitals iseren
hundred and thlrty-ono feet ; to the northerly
Ino ot said llroadway thenco easterly bv thu
by tho northerly lluo of said llroa(lwai two
hundred and seventy-two and tlilrty-tureo ono
hundrcllis feet; thenco northerly try land l ot
owners unknown, ono bundled anil thirty anil
teventy.flve one hundredths feet; ilienco east-
erlybvlnndof owners unknown, two hundred
dan flfty-elght nnd seventy-nve onohtlndrcdlhs
feet; thenco southerly by land of owners un
known ono hundred nnd thirty nnilseVonty-nvo
ono hundredths feet to tho lino of said Lroart
wnv forly-flvo feet, to the point ot beginning;
said portion of land containing about fifty thou
sand seven hundred nnd nine squaro recti
I'ntided , That beforo such convejanco shall
be made, Iho secretary ot tho Navy shall ni
polnt a commission, consisting ot ono lino of
ilcer not below tho rank of commodore, ono sur
geon, ami ono civil engineer, who shall report
whnt amount, It nnj thing, should be paid for
such land, Inking Into account tho advantages
and tho disadvantages of thn proposed street to
Iho property of the fulled States ; and the sum
so reported shall bo paid, or secured to bo paid,
10 Ihe t'nlled Stales, and credited lo tho havnl
marine hospital funds.
Approved, March 3, is;;t.
No. sal. An Act to nuthorl.e Iho President
tonsceilaln Iho Value or cerlnln ljinds In Iho
Htnln of town, north nf the llaccoon folk of the
Des.MotnoH Klver held by Settlers under tho
Pre-emption Ihe Homestead Luvva ot Ihe Uni
He it rnaetrd by the Semite and llmiie 1 Hepe
entaUl'eufthe t'nited Stale nf Ameriea in Vun-nreentttie-mtilid.
That thn President of Iho Unl
10J Mall's shall be, andholsherelu,niilhoil7ed
to nppolnl three commissioners, who shall as
certain Hie number of ncres, and by npprals
inent or olhorwiso thn Miluo thereof uxcluslve
of Inipnivemenls, of nllsucli lands lying north
of llaccoon I'ork ot tho Des Moines liver, In
the stale ot Iowa, 11s may now be held by tho
lies Mollies NaIgallou and llallroad Company,
nr persons claiming title under It aduisely to
persons holding said lands, cither by entry or
under tho pre-einplloii or homestead laws of
th" United Males, anil on what terms the ad
urso holders thereof will relinquish the same
to the United states; nnd that they report the
facts at the commencement of tho next session
of Congress; hut nothing herein contained shall
be held Hi affect, In any manner, the question
of I llio lo any or said lands,
bv.c. i. That Iho cffiuiKtiiuntlon of said com
missioners shall bo eight dollars iier diem du
ring Ihe time thny shall be engaged 111 said ser
vice. Approved, March ii, is's.
No. co;. n Act In provide for llio IMAbllsh
nienlof lire-saving Stations on Iho Coasts of
Maine, New Hampshire, .Massachusetts, Vir
ginia, and North Carolina.
lie it enaelett by the Semite ami lltntte of Hepre
tl'ntatireM nf the Vnited StnteA nf AweriiU in Vun
yie iiHtemUed, That the Secretary of the Treas
ury be, and ho hereby Is, authorized nnd direct
ed lo provide for Iho cslahlHihment of ten life
saving stations on Iho coasts of Maine, New
llnmiishlre, and .Massachusetts, Virginia and
Km lit Carolina, at such points ns lie may deem
necessary, for Ihe saving ot lire mid property
011 said coasts.
Si:e. 8. That Iho Secretary of Iho Trcnsurj be
aulhoiled and directed lo rcKit lo this House,
at the next session of Congiess, Ihe points on
the sea and lake coasts or the t'nlled States at
which Ihe establishment ot life-saving stations
would best subserve Hie Interests or coiiiiiieice
and humanity, with n detailed estimate ot Hie
co.t of such stations.
Apprw ed, .March a, sia.
No. sih.Au Ael to uinenil an Act entitled "All
Act governing the coleicd schools of Iho Ills,
trlct of Columbia.
t It enaeted by the Senate ami Hune nf Heine
intatieeaftlie. t'nited State nf Ameriea in I'vn-
amembM, That Urn board of trustees of
schools for colored children In the cities 01
Washington and (leorgctown, Distilct of Col
umbia, shall consist of nine trustees, seven of
whom shall bo citizens ot Washington, and two
shall be apiiolnled by the governor or thelMs
Hlct of Columbia.
She. 2. That thu triiilrees upimlntoil under
lliepiovMonsor lids act shall be appointed in
Iho manner following, namely; Of the seven
to liu appointed from 1110 city of Washington,
two shall bo apiwlnted ror the teim or three
yens, thieo tor (he term ot twuyenrs, nnd two
for the term or one jear rrom tho date of their
appointments, respectively; nnd ot tho two to
bo appointed Irom tho city of lleorgclown, one
shall bo nptwtnlcd lor Iho term of tnreo years
and one for the tcnn or one year rrom Iho date
or their npimlntmciits respectively ; nnd In case
of vacancies occasioned by death, resignation,
or any cause, tho guvernor ot the District or
Columbia shall llll the same for Ihe unexpired
tenant an) such trustee. And the said board
or trustees shall bn requited to furnish annunl
ly, on or heroic the Ill's! day of A pill, a correct
ii'imrlof their transaction, to the governor of
sum msirici: wno snail irnnsuiii one copy eacn
lo llio council nnd house of delegates ot iho leg
islative assembly ot said Distilct, with such
suggest Inns us he may think proper relating to
said schools; and any additional lnlormntlou
thai the said legislative assembly, or either
branch Ihereor, shall, Irom time to time, re
quest by resolution shall bo transmitted by said
board of trustees to tho governor of said Dis
tilct, to bo by him transmitted to said legisla
M:c, ii. That tho governor or the District of
Columbia shall npiwliit annually, a secretary
and a treasurer of the said board of trustees,
w hose term ot olllco shall bo for 0110 ear from
tho date of appointment. It shall bo the duty
or Iho treasurer to dlsburso tho funds under the
control ot said board, In accordance Willi tho
provisions ot tho acts ol Congress and the leg
islative assembly or the District or Columbia
governing tho dlsbursment ot monevs appro
priated lor thu support of Iho public schools ot
Washington and licurgetow n, us lie may lie ill
rccted by iv vote of n malorltv thereof, and 10
keep accuruto and full nccounts utullinonejs
lecelved by said board, and present proper
v tiucncra lor an cxiiciiiuiu! es, nnu prepare, an
nually, a full and correct statement of tlioiluan
clal transactions of said board ; a copy of which
statement, after being approved by tho board,
shall bo transmuted to thu governor aforesaid,
w hose duty It shall bo to forward copies there
of to tho council and house of delegates of tho
District of Columbia, If requested by resolution.
As compensation for his serv Ices, thu treasurer
shall receive live hundred dollars per annum,
and ho shall bo lcqulred to give bond In thu
sum ot twenty Ihousand dollars, with good and
suMeient securities, to bo approved by the gov
ernor of tho District ot Columbia. It shall be
tho duly or Iho secretary of said boai d to keep
an accurate account of all proceedings of the
board lu a journal to bo kept for that purpose,
and to perrorm such other duties as appertain
to ids olllco or may bo required ot hlinbysnld
board, and shall also act as secretary to the su
potlntendent and perrorm such clerical service
as may bo required by snldsiipcilnlcndcut, and
lor his services ho shall receive the sum or
twelve hundred dollars per 11111111111. It shall
also bo the duty or Ihu treusiiieraiid Ihe secre
tary to attend all meetings or the board, but
they shall not bo entitled to a vote.
Sec. 4. That tho governor of the District ot
Columbia shall be, and is hcicbv, empowered
toremovo any meiuberor iiiombcrs.secrctary or
treasurer, or said board or trustees.
She. B. That tho governor or Ihe Distilct ot
Columbia shall apiiolnt a suiH'ilutendeiil of
schools for coloied children, who shall receive
Iho sum ot two thousand live bundled dollars
annually, and shall hold his onieu during tho
pleasure ot tho governor of the District or Col
uinbla: J'lucidnt, That Iho terms or oilice ror
the Boveral persons hereby authoilzed to bo ap
pointed shall Iicl'Iii 011 the llrst 1l.1v or Anm.
eighteen hundred nnd seventy-three on which
day tho governor ot tho Dlslilct or Columbia
shall inako Ihu npiutntiucht herein provided
ui. .1,111 jtrueiuea limn, 1 uaL saill ooaru Ol lius
tees bhall not cicatcunv iiihlltloiuil iitni-nu. nr
chango or tlx tho salailes of Hie omcers con-
iiecieu wiiu saiu uoaru : .inn intituled further,
That the proiiortloii of school-money now due,
or that may become due, to said board from tho
cities of W ashington nnd tleorgclovvn shall bo
paid to the treasurer ot said board, and not to
Hie trustees; ns now provided.
Approved, .March 3, 1S7S,
No. 310. An Act donating condemned Can
lion nnd Cannon-balls to thu Wiouilng County
Soldiers' .Monument Association
lie il enacted by the Senate and Haute uf Heme
ee ntatleea uf the United Staleaaf Ameriea in Vun--yre
aitnemlled. That tho Secretary ot War be,
and he Is hereoy, authorized to uellicr, if the
sanio cnu be done without detriment to the
government, six condemned cannon, and six.
teen cnunon-balls, to tho Wyoming county
(Sew York) Soldiers' Jlonumeiil Association
Approved, .Murch 3, 1SJ3.
No. !l An Act to authorize tho Secietary of
War lo survey, plot, and sell the piesent Cem
etery (Hounds upon tho Fort Orullot Military
lleservntlon lu .Michigan and for oilier I'ur-
He it enaeted by the Senate and lluue uf Henre.
eentatirenufthe raited State nf Ameriea i,t
greM aneembled, That so much of the Fort Jru-
iiui uiiuiury reservauon, in ino sinlo of Mich
igan, as has bcietofore been granted to tho city
Hot mllltury reservation, In tho state of Mich
igan, as has heretofore been granted to tho city
or 1'ort Huron ror a cemetery, shall be, upon the
request ot said lit v. duly iteriltieii tmoi.r ii,,.
seal ihereor, survey ed nnd plotted Into streets,
uiui-ks, nuu mis, uuuer mo uireciion or mo sec-
"tt'o v. i, i, in luiiiuiiiuij' iu inu piot or inui
portion ot said military resei vatlon surrounding
said cemetery, lately made by Major o. jr. I'oe,
United states engineer, nud now on llio in tho
olllco ot rho register or deedi or Saint Clair
lounty, and shall bu sold under Iho direction or
uiu ncci entry ui uarui puuuu ! entiiie, nnu tho
proceeds ot such sale, ivfleriiavlii'' tlio,ixmiwi.a
or such survey nnd sale, shall bo paid over to
'"fi'o "i i ui i iiuiuii, ui i,u useu uy saiu citv
for thu purchase or Improvement, or both, of
such lands os the city luav acuulru inr minthiT
cemetery, nnd for removing tho icmalns of
iiu.su uuiu-u in uiu present io ino new ceme
tery, mid for such other puiiioscs, ns may be
liecessarv In thn chiintro of liiirlii1.,Un,a. ...
rilled, That sultnulo and proper loUi lu tho new
cemetery, shall bo granted to thoso hav Ing lots
In the oresent cemetery, wiin iik-n imimiv..
incuts, or their value, to a leasonablo extent,
and Hint reinterments not o'hervvlbo provided
ror shall bo mado at tho expense of said city,
ana that the city of Port Huron, shall hoia such
moneys In trust for tho purposes herein spec
ified, und tor no other whatever; and convey
unces of Iho blocks und lots sold by tho Secre
tary of ur, as herein provided for, shall bo
made to purchasers by tho said Sccretury of
wur under such roles ami wimintinnu ..u i...
bhall prescrltH', and tho survey and plat, or n
copy Ihereor, herein provided ror, shall be re
corded n tho onicu of tho register ot deeds In
saint tialr county, and tho same, or duly cer
tliled copies i thereof, bhall bo evldcuco In all
courts for all lawful purposes connected there
?.'Ji',: lmM 'trther, That said city shall
obtain tho consent of a majority of tho citizens
thereof, owning or occupying lots in snldcem
itery, to such removal.
Approved, March 8, 1873.
Itutland, Vt., Juno cth, 18T3.
I'AIOB K 0UOOK8, Druggists, Merchants'
How, are selling Itavv Unseed Oil al 11,05 per
gollon ; boiled linseed oil, Jl.lo: Strictly pure
l'orest lltvcr Lead nt 13 cents per pound ; Spirit
Turpcutlno at so cents per gallon; Keroscno
Oil at so cents. And all other goods lu their
lino cheaper than any ono clso In Itutland coun
ty, for cash. Call and seo them beforo pur
chasing elsewhere. Cohhunioatid.
(CWltinij & tivnijfliing (BoodiS.
1. 1. 1: n ,fc rTn e w
Alu Just home Horn New York ond lloston
with the largest and best selected slock or
(JUSTS' IVUSISIIlXd HOODS
i:verliOii In lliill.Hiil.
Prices will bo ns low an .llio lowest. These
goods nie bought ror CASH und will be sold
V V S 'I' O M r I, O T II I X (1
A large line of CI.OTIIS lo select from. A
('UTTHII thai cuiiuot be beat In Vetmont
TISUXKS AND I!A()S.
AI.I.UX A- OliUW.
I'.visk, lloinns A Co.V Om Stash,
S7 Merchants' How,
1! . V f. I N T ' S
A (JliUAT MUDIOAI, DISCOVKUY
i:truct of llools and Herbs which almost In.
variably cure Ihe following complaliils.
Djspopsta, Heart Hum, Liter Complaints and
Loss of appelie cured by taklnga rew bottles.
Lassitude, LowSplrlU and Sinking Sensalion
cured nt once.
l'.riipllons, l'hnples; lllotehes and all Impuri
ties or Ihe blood, bui-sllng through Ihe skin or
otherwise, cured readily by following the direc
tions on the bottle.
For Kidney, Madder and Urinary derange
mollis It lias no equal; one bottle will convince
the most sceptical.
Worms expelled rrom Hie. s.v stem without the
least dinicully ; n rew bottles are surtlclent for
the most obstinate cases.
Piles, one bottle has cured Iho most dinicult
ease wheli all other remedies failed.
Nervous Dinicultles, Neuralgia. Headache,
Ac, eased Immediately,
llheiiinatlsin, Swelled Joints nnd all Scrofula
Allilctlons removed, or greatly lellevod by this
ISronchltls, Catarrh, Convulsions, and Hvsler
Ics cured or relieved.
Dlllicult Breathing, l'alns In tho lungs, Sldo
nnd Chest, almost Invariably cured by taking a
few bottles of (Juaker Illtteis. '
Female Diniciillles,so prevalent among Ainer
can ladlcs,leld readily to this Invaluable med
icine, tho (juaker Hitters,
. Illlllous, Itemittcnt and Inlcimlttent Fevers,
so nrevnlent In many uaiis or nnr riiiniii-v.
Jdetely eradicated by the use of tho (junker Hit-
The Aged llnd In Iho (Juaker Hitters lust the
article they stand In need or In their declining
years. It quickens tho blood and cheers the
mind, and pave Ihe passage down the plan In
cllncd. No ono can long remain unwell (unless afflict
ed willi un Incurable disease) alter taking a few
bottles of Quaker lintel's.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers In. Medicine
Cif- Sold at Wholesale and Hetall by C. P.
WI.NO, luugglsf, Hutiaiid.
It. II. S. Fiji XT it CO.,
At their (Heat Medical Dciiot, 19.1 ond 1U7 llroad
Sireet, Providence, H. I. luchll Cm
fWHTAlX C0HXI0KS OF 1JLACK
J Walnut, or ull (lilt, mado to order. Cur
tain llliigs, Tassels and Cords. DKAltllOHN'S
qnow casks, cohxkh, clock
U and Mantle Shelves mado to order, with
li.iln or Moulded edges. HHACKKTS sawed In
dlltereut slj les at DKAHUOKN'S
BATTY'S X A 11 OH PICKLES,
Crosso k Hlackvvcll's l'lekles, Haltord's
orcestei'shiro Sauce, Nabob Sauce, In ract
nearly all kinds or Kngllsh pickles can be round
nt H. w. MAHS'HALL'S
TX UAXKItUl'TCY.-DISTUICT OF
X HUTLANl), SS.
At utland, iho lsthday ot JIuy, A. I). 1873.
Iho undersigned hereby gives notlcoor his
appointment ns assignee ot Milton Norton, ot
Tlnmoutli, In tho county of Itutland, und state
or ermont, within said district, who has been
adjudged a bankiupt upon his own petition by
the District court of said district.
J. IIIXIKUTON, Assignee.
IX UAXKUUl'TCY. "
X SAI.il AT AUCTION.
I shall orrerforsalo nt public auction on the
21st day of June, 1S73, ut 2 o'clock afteruoou, at
tho resldenco nnd premises or .Milton Norton, lu
linmoulh. In tho County or Itutland, thetol
lowing iiersonul piopeity, to wit: 13 cows, 7
calves, 4 two year old hellers, 1 two year old
bull, lo sheep, tho wool und lambs from some;
1 yearling colt, 1 buggy wagon, jhorsoruke, 1
mower, 1 pair travers sleds, t cutter, 1 doublo
and 1 slnglo harness. 1 sled, 1 stone boat, 1 plow
1 harrow, a quantllo ot butter, a quantity or
hard wood; sawed lumber, und psihnps some
other in llelos ot iiersonnl property.
,., ,, ,, Assignee, of Milton Norton.
Hullahd. J lino 8. ls73, Mdiod
T II1EHAT10N NOTICE.-Xotlco Is
XJ hereby given, that I havo this day given
my son, Adoljilnis liodrow, his tlmo during the
remainder o( his minority, and that I shall
claim none or Ids wages, or pay any debts of his
contracting niter this dale.
Witness DAVID K HOHDOWV
N. 1 . Simons. mark.
(inland, .May 10, 16,73. innyS3vv3w
NOTICE. I heieliy fotUil all iicrsons
from harboring nr trusting, or employing
l.ilH-aril F. Colby; as I am ills lawful guardian,
and will pay no debts ot his contracting, but
will collect his wuges.
, ASAPH II, HUSWELL.
Attest; s. (J. Oatks.
Mount Holly, .May s, 1875. mayiovvow.
JOTICE IX DAXKItUl'TCY.
s,'rill1.lf0.K!von.ntlce7thatoiitho S2d day of
Maj, A. 1). 1S73, a Warrant lu llankruptey was
j.ueU against tho estate or Henry c. Havward,
or 1 1 ermont, who has been adjudged a bankrupt
..lou..., n-iiuuii: nun mo payineni of nuy
miVi i, ISiJ, iVryi V Rny l"'IH'rty belonging to
: "! t m 'ion, iui iiti uav. UUU 1110
transrer ot any property by him, are torbldden
i - '"'"' iwvtiiiiii .a uiu creuuors or saiu
bankrupt, to prove Ihelr debts, and to chooso
ono or moro usslgnees ot his estate, will bo held
nt n Court or llankruptey, to beholden nt the
aidwell House. In itutland, In tho county ot
Itutland and state of Vermont, beforo A. 1'
Lymnii, l.s(., Heglster, on the 17th day ot June!
A.D. 1S73, at ll o'clock a. m.
tw3 Deputy V. S. Marshal, us Messenger.
QTATE OF VEH.MONT.I
O DlSTHICTOKltUTLANI), SS. I
Inmi0 ,'rob'lto Uourt ,or u' District ot Hut
To all iiei-sons Interested In the estate of II.
U. Monroe, Into ur Hutluud, In said District, de
ceased. (JHKBTINO 1
Hy tho authority of tho stato ot Vermont, you
yro hereby notliled to appear beforo tho said
Probate. Court, at tho Probate omce In Itutland
In said district, on tho 1st day or July, A, I).
1873, to show cause, lr any you have, why the
account or Warren II, Smith, administrator
with tho will annexed ot tho csfatu or said de
ceased should not bo allowed, and also why the
reslduo of said estate should not bo distributed
to the parties entitled thereto.
. Dated at Itutland, In said district, this 28th
day of May, A, 1. 1873,
HW3 THOM, f, HOIIDINS, Iteglsler.
Tilt! RUTLAND bAM GLOM,
Qt A. PAHKHUHST & CO.,
Extensive Dealers In
FOHKION AND DOMESTIC DKV HOODS,
And a rnmplete assortment of
. r NOTIONS AND SMALL WAKES,
M MIUICHAXTS' 1IOW, .... HUT LAND. VT,
.. Vr. '"H Iasuie lu Informing Ihe trailln
Public that It Is our aim lo keep the best select
oil Htnck' nr f irwuiu in mi in... 1... ....... ... ... .
utV... i .., vul iiiiv ,u m- luiiuii 111 me
,;,. u.-J ". ,'niiiii'ai r.iuiii' niiii'iiics Ol
ii .'. "sou, mnsing our Ksiabllshment ihk
jmirDH Y0(lf)fSN',' W'"C" '0 I),lrch'',"
We have Iho Host Iiargnlns In
II E Al'Tl F V I, SI I. K S.
An extensive assort inent of
For Men nnd llojs' wear,
KIDS nl tl.ni), ti.no, fi.7.1 per Pair.
Call for the JACQUELINE COHSET best Ulllug
Our prices are sure lo give satisfaction,
C. A. PA1IKIIUHST A- CO.,
Cji'MNo ooons. si'iuxg noons.
KINSMAN A" HOSS
Wish to say to the publle that they have now
;7 ... ti.s-Liiuu nit- uesi nne 01 .sprin
(looas they ever otTeied.: '
HOSIEHY, (II.OVES. AC.,
All elegant line 01
SI l.K AND WOOL POPLINS,
HUTTEIIICK'S CELEHHATED PATTEIINS
Cal nml examine our new line of goods.
KINSMAN A" HOSs;
inyldsm No. 3 Mei chants' How, Itutland'.
Q.EO. W. IIIIJ.IATm,
37 MEIICIIANTS' HOW.
$:io,ooo ix niiv noons ; ; :
Largest assortment of dhkss hoods in
nm Different Style DIIESS (100DS-25 eenls
to $4.00 per yard.
too pieces ALPACCAS and HIIII.I.IANTEEV.S
All Shades of IHISIl POPLINS.
Assortment of JAPANESE POPLINS
.ion Dirrerent, style SHAWLS,
ino pieces Cloths tor Suits and Hoy'., Wear.
M O U It X I X 0 ( o 0 I) s
1ied table damask,
bifylrig.0'"' Rl,m,UI fal1 ,0 ff' us n call befom
oEo. w. mi.r.iAi.n,
37iM,!i!f",s' Kow HUTI.AND.
Q.Axn HEnUCTIOX in jmuces
HUIIT A" SHEHMAN'S.
PAIIASOI.s, SUN U.MIIIIEI.I.AS, PAHASOLS.
f' Tho most extensive display of Sun shades
ever shown In Itutland, trom 4.1 cents loth).
Call and see our beautiful shades or Parasols
our trade sa mad0 t0 orUer exclusively ror
Don '( forget that Hurt Sherman are still of
f'ijng those elegant black silks In ull Iho
different brands at extremely low prices.
LADIES' LINEN SUITS
For f 7.2s. formerly sold ror 1 10,
HO CENT COUNTKlt. its CENT COUNTEH.
n?.B,reS!!".?!"lulf at quantities or Dress
tiJli'n '.Ii1" n,:w s,ylea Ul,u hudes rrom
the UO and UH cent counter,
' SHAWLS, SHAWLS.
.?Pl,elidl11 barfraln3 ln our s"awl department
which Is suiierkir to any outside tho largo cities.
An elegant stock or LLAMA LACK SAOJUEH
and SHAWLS, from N to 73.
I'HINTS, lOfi. I'WNTS, 10,V,
IWUS? iBiK5d?;. J" ft!? SL JJ.m
lnw rh k. . . uuuicoiics rquuuy
Tn,iir; "rH?i'."cu iu Hjwn ui uuy jiress
Goods, Ahawls, Hosiery, Gloves, Domestics, tc.
refent7eps,rfSe,n,t?ne1 tm"Mk ,n ourU"'
myTsin . BUIlT SHEJtMAN
I88INQEN WATEIt on Draught nt
r, rt.i x CO'B.
S. J L00P'
Wholesale dealer lu
CAI.IFOIINIA WINES AND II HANDY.
IMI'OKTEll ANU W1I0IFSU.K OF. Ills
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
The attention id Town Agents Pli.vslelans
find llrilgglsls l ('specially called to our wines,
as they are unsurpassed tor medical purposes,
coming f 1 om one or the oldest vlievnrils In
Callfoinla. All giMids giiaranleeil pure and sat
isfactory, or to lie returned at mj expense.
COHNEH FHEIOHT AND EVELYN, STS.,
(Lniiilon .V Huntoon's Block,)
"""and, Vt. myltf
g P E 0 I A I. X O T I 0 E .
1)11. S, W. SMYTH,
AUHIST AND OCULIST,
Has, at Ihe urgent solicitation nf ntitrnr.ni,.i
Irlends, established n permanent llranch Office
in ul-ti.and, it, and may be consulted dally
(except Fridays,) nt the
On nil diseases of Ihe EYE. EAlt. nose.
THItOATand LUNOS, and all chronic diseases
leading 10 General or Nervous Debility,
HK1HT 11 EV, LOUIS DKflOKsliHIAND,
CATIIOIIC BISHOP OF VKI1M0ST,
Attests 111 Ihe following statement to the skill or
Ii!. S. VT. SMYTH.
HliiilNiiTO.s', Vf Jan. S3, tS7t.
TO THK Pcui.it':
I have no hesitation ln recommending Dr.
Sinj th after seeing him perrorm a very skillful
operation on the ear of Hey. v. .t. o'Pnrrnii uhn
was thereby Instantaneously cured of deafness
myldly LOUIS DeOOESIIRIAND
gruosi nnd $lfUrtnr$.
30DA WATER 1 SODA WATEIt!
VlWir AA'l) CllKAM SYMTt'S,
Dispensed from a new nnd elegant
AHCTIC SYHUP APPAHATUS, TUFT'S HEST.
Only cents a glass. Come and see it and try
...... ..... ... ,W,,VI i,
FKANCIS FENN A: CO.
C'S'-rtcraaT SKTS' AIJi KINDS AND
F. FENN & CO'S.
UIJHEK ItASE HEGULATIOXS nnd
l hnnt. it'illa it
nynld&w v i.'EvN- co.s.
fpitlEI) AXDTJtUE, Olt D. ALLEXVS
J. Cholera, Cholera .Morbus, Diarrhea and
lsfn!eJJ'sUI,!?,U00"1' remedy thntwas
never known to fall ns a safo and speedy cure
.." ,V",'UU1 'oruis or suranifr complaint,
.i?! ent' Per bottle. Sold iy all
dealers In medicine.
FHANC1S FENN A CO.,
PROI'KIKTOllS, ItCTLAS'D, VT.
A HE YOU A S.MOKIST, AXI) SMOKE
r, ".' ,b.t'op hmo'ng. You will find a line
stock of cigars at
F. FENN Sc CO.'S.
A X 1) A V E X S E S GLADIOLUS
mn.it.s ior saio at
V. FENN A: CO.'S.
piAXO TO ItEXT.-Exccllent tone
X. Inquire nt this ofllce. my29d4vv
rjW PHIXTEHS AXD PUnLISHEHS,
The (1I.OIIK Paper Co., hav lug duplicates or
Ihe following articles offer them for sale at low
SI earn Engine, suitable ror running presses,
Hoe Card Press,
Smith Hand Press,
Iron Frame Paper Culler,
Two Hide Mlterlng .Machines,
Two Paris News Chases.
Two sets Column miles.
And numerous oilier articles used In a Printing
J)OX'T HE DECIYEI).
Hut call nt HOSS',
XO. C MERCHAXTS ROW,
luioSV1 a.Palr 0( Boo,fl or fehoes, and get the
rVX mont,J: tut'ou ever haJ.
vlnco you "ecve It, call and we will con-
i,nv H!"!.',b,0 "leased to seo you If you do not
r, li8 Mop " ".ni1 examlno our stock be-
foi e purchasing eslewhere.
X. IJ.-OUR STOCK OF OOODS
Alls' KST11IEU" NKW,
J..uol3,dly. W. E. HOSS.
$5,000 AV0UTH 0F
HOOTS AN!) S II O E H
All new, ror Summer wear. To be sold ln
citizens ol Itutland County,
YOU CAN SAVE FIVE DOLLARS!
In shoeing j our whole ramlly at tho lloo't and
NO. 0, LANDON'8 HLOCK, -
Meniinnls'llow.oneor tho best Hoot and Shoj
Stores In Hutland,
CAM. AND 8KK nilt YOUhSKI.VKS.
inay3dA,wtr O. W. CUKI1IKH
piIE HEST HOAI) SCRAPER Olt
In tho world, Is tho
A. It. LANDO.V, State Agent, Itutland, Vt.
piCTUHE FHAMINQ DONE WITH
-m- hi.iui uuu iitBiv, unu ai. reasuuHoie
pr ces. Some new and beautiful styles Justre,
cevedat ii. IS, .MEltlliAM'S
JUNE if, 187J
JP K A N C I S 0 O
F I R E
Representing fifteen of tho Largest and
Strongest Companies In the United stales and
J1ENEHAL AOENOY FOIt VKHMONT
LYCOMIXO FIRi: INSURANCE CO.
Have Issued policies for THIHTY-THHEK
YUAHS, and paid over N,424,Si-i.w ror losses.
LA ltd EST
-MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.
IN THK WOULD.
INCOME LAST YEAR, ,099,4fi3 00
Policies on tho
CASH Olt .MUTUAL PLAN,
FOIt HUTLAND AND ADDISON COUNTIES
FARMERS' MUTU L FIRE INS. CO.
r 1,COO,00. 00
THK HEST COMPANY, IN THE STATU FOR
tv Insures nothing but 'detached dwellings,
hams and contents.
Ily this plan, FAHMKItS' only pay for losses
on FAMI l-HOfmry, No haiardous prop-'
erty Insured by this company.
JEVI 0. KINGS LEY',
HUTLAND, STATU AOENT FOIt
KXCEI.HIOH LAWN MOWF.llS.
We challenge tor a test trial any other Lawn
Mower In Hie world.
THE (iliAND Mf.VI II MKDAI.
Was uvvartli'il Ihe E celsli rs ut the New Eng.
lant Fair In ls,i u.i.l tstif ; the Vermunl State
Far at Si. .1 iiiusimr ui U7J, and llieliiisT
Piikvhi'h.s al S.nI.'imi Slide Fairs last season.
We can refet lu iti.ii-' Ih ill rorlv custom rs who
have tsiiuni hi 1 11 I 1 .1 Kneelslors nlllt tier.
No. 0, Excelsior, 11 Inch cut, tin. For small
grnss plols and Imiiter.s.
No. 1, Excelsior, 14 Inch cut, ti For general
No. 1, Excelsior, is Inch cut, inn. ror''arge
u lawns, when smooth.
" LANDSCAPE " .MOWERS.
Similar to Ihe No 1, $20.
" STAR " .MOWERS.
Similar to Ihe Philadelphia and "Hose" Mow
ers. No roller, side-wheel, 14 Inch cut, t2,
DO TOO WANT A FINK LAWN? I'sK A
L A W X M O W H I!
Early In Ihe spring und otlen.
Sf.Vovv Is the lime to buy I.iwn .Mowers at
L. 0. KIXOSLEY'S.
A discount to the trade. ma) lsdtw
A X I) O X & H U N T O O X,
Wholesale and Hetall Dealers In fig
IRON, STEEL. NAILS, Arc, Ar- &
A general Assortment of
UK I. TIN (I, LA CI NO, Ac
TIMOTHY, CLOVER, AXI) ALL
XOVA SCOTIA PLASTER,
LODI MANUFACTUHlNil CO.'S POUDKETTE,
A JTJIJ. UNK OF
ROAD SCRAPERS, '
C H E A P F O R C A S H
BAHHETT'S OLD STORE.
BAIL E Y & P A R M E N T Ml s
S I I. V E R S M I T II S
Wo have the largest nml bel n"oltuielit t.f
.W atehes ever olered In tills iimtket.
(I 0 1,11 .CHAINS.
Ill large supply, i-ml.raeliig evi'i) arii-lv of
htjle desirable (or Udles'oi (leiitlrmens wear.
.1 E W E L R Y ,
In rich abundance, and more comlnif,
SII.VEK VI.VTKll ASH STl'Kl, lt)K TAOI.K ISK,
Ourstoek Is large, and we sell at low prices.
S I L V E R GOO D S .
sii.vkp. spooks or orit own mancfaotpke.
HOOKHS' HROTIIEnS PLATED FOIIKS
Tea Sets, Castors, Ae all the best.
To lit those who cannot see well.
A new thing without frames. Very desirable.
Call and see ror yourselves at '
inil.EY AND PAHMENTEHS',
17 Ms-RCIIANTS HOW.
QPRIXO AXD sniMER
C L O T II I N n ,
IS- ALL STYLUS,
FOIt .MEN AND HOYS' WEAR,;
Sf-F.XTRA SIZES A SPECIALTY, jj
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS AND VALISES.
Tho best stock or
GENTS' FURNISHING HOODS
Fine White nnd Fancy
S II I II T S
MAhE TO 01IDKR.
A. O. CirNNINflHAM, 5
No. s Center street, (opposite deiwl.)
PECK ifc HEN.LVMIN'S
Wheie j 011 can alw ays find tho largest and best
assortment of stylish
READY .MADE CI.OTHINO,
HATS & CAPS, (1ENT.V FUltNISRINO OOODS
TRUNKS, SATCHELS, 4C.,J
And save S3 per cent, on every article you buy at
OOKS, STATIONERY &C,
SPAULDINO & CO.
Have a large stock of Hooks consisting of
Of different sizes nnd styles,
Pocket Hlbles and Testaments, large and small.
1 raer Books, Hymn Books, Devotional
Hooks nnd all the popular books
ot Ihe day received as soon
JUVENILE BOOKS AND TOY BOOKS,
flames, Backgammon Boards, Chess and Checker
FRENCH ENOI.ISH and
Of the latest styles, plain and tinted.
isiriAi. STAVrisa dons to order.
Iuks ln Black. Violet, Blue nnd Carmine.
Pens. Pen-holders, Pencils, Slates, rocket Books
. nf1 C'es'Portc-monnales, Brack-
Cases, Blacking Cases, Easle'a Book
Slides and Shelves, Jewel Stands
and Boxes tn Carved Wood,
Match safes. Writing
Desks and Work
Materials tor Wax Flowers, Glass Shades, Vases.
Parian statuary, Bronte Oroups
and ases,8tereoscoiics and views. Photmrmnhq
Lithographs, steel Engravings
In Volvet, Holly Wood, Arc. All klndsot Picture
Framing done to order and n the best siviV
Dally and Weekly Papers supplied.
and Tour SJffifSSS K'S0 Ca"
SPAULDINO & CO..
No. 1. Merchants' ROW, HUTLAND. VT.
PECK & BENJAMIN'S
rorui.AR sqtMHR pealing
(1I1EKN MOUNTAIN CLOTHING STORE.
RUTLAND, . . VERMONT,