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RUTLAND, VT., MONDAY MORNING, JUNK 30, IWJ.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
O. T. C It l S S,
Manufacturer of and Healer In
MM'iiiiNii i.t'Miinii. (-iii.vni.tis. 1 .a 'in,
.li.AI'IIO.MID'i. ANU SIMtffi: T.I'MIIKK, '
1)IM,HS, lll.l.NII", .MOl'Lll
IMlS, HIIACKHTS, WIN
DOW I'llA.MliS A
scroll siwbigof all kinds, Planing, Mnifliliix
mill (Hazing done loonier. Yard ami Mill im
hex ol rnlcm anil Furnace Streets, near Freight
Depot, Kill land, M, May IttAwlim.
l! It o IC r, It .
It UUOM STUHUT, .Vf.'ir yihu;.
Storks, Covet tiuirnlnnnd Onld honftlit and sold
Ssrinteiest allowed on deposits. mnyHMlf
n. H. M o it r. n n v s i:,
opposite Central House - - ItrTI.AXD, vt.
RFTLAND M ANITA C'lT It IXfl ( OMI'ANY,
Mnhuractiucrs uml wholesale dealers In
WO01I AN'l) CHAIN SKAT CHAIRS, lli:.
STEADS AM) C1IA11! MOCK.
corner ot West and Forest sis,
I.. Atwooh, Agt. O. C. Itiiini.fi, Tien1",
V. JC I X 0 ,
Manufacturer and wholesale and retail dealer In
SASH, DOORS, lU.tN'lis
MOI'LHIVOS, IIEAOKHTS, AND HOl'ME FI'I!
01' KVIII'.V IlKSCBHTIOS.
1'1'KNtCK Sn'.IiKT, Rl'lI.lNI', Vr.
orders by lanlt or nlhcrwlso promptly attend
.1. .1. GUINDON.
li I, A (' 1C S M I T II .
l'artleular attention paid to lliu'v'siin-Mni;. All
work wa rran led. Shop on
wkst sr., suut onvrn Mtlllil.i: WOllks,
mn.i 1iini,x JUTLAND, T.
thos ross. "
Lincoln iron works.
Marble Milt and Hoisting 5laeldnen or the
most hnproted construction, tionicks and
lmmplntr niaehlnery, castings and general ma-
steel and Iron Wire Hop" at Mnuurncliiroi's
Itntland, Vt., May I, isia. ma.tldtf
A. II. HAWLP. Y,
rfiwn.xrron ash riiArricAi, m. era:,
lie Is prepared to do nil work promptly and
well, (irders can he lett at .1. 11. Olynn's store
on -Merchants' Jtow, or at the Hardwell House.
lltterenceH Hockwuod Ilarrott, Rutland; L. 51.
Mason, President ot First National Hank, He
trolt, Michigan; Hon. .1. M. Martin, Saratoga
L I v j: I! Y .
ir j on w Mi a nice Tl'HN OFT, so to
. P. K I C II A It I) S O N ' S .
(Late 1). Whltcomb's,)
Cuxtkii Street, Ruti.ami, Vi:kmont.
Careful drltors and the llnest ot Carriages,
stables open at nil hours. Horses balled,
msndtf . r. RICHARIIsOV, l'lioi'iunoi!.
PITTS PORD FUHNAC E
" a. priciimid. I'KOPiitr.Toa.
CHARCOAL PIG IltON,
riTTsKOltD, VT. ma.tldJm
Joseph ii. orv.
s. HAYWARI) &( (.,
uiiocEiiiEs, provisions, hay and wood.
Washington St., Kctlanp, Vt.
$utd$i and Sutfnn, goomis.
a ii t w k l l n o it s e .
J. IT. OliAMTOX. P,:)m:i.h.
Tho BARDWELL HOFSHIs located opposite
the DciMt, and has Jonff been favorably Know n
to tho traeltng public. It has been recently
IrniirovcU, non atlordlns tho best and most
ample accommodation to Riiests.
The TAIiLE will bo buppllcd Willi all the
luxuries of tho Season, and every attention w ill
bo paid to tho comfort ot Its patrons.
In the future, as In tho past, the. l'roprlct or la
tends to make. It a llrst -class llouaoarfordlni;
all tho comforts ot a home to tho traveler. The
public pat ronaeo Is solicited.
A GOOD LlVEHY In connect loll Willi tho
Attentive PORTERS will be lound at the lie.
pot on the arrival ot all trains.
akk nrxMoiu-: unvsn,
e. i'. nrrciicocK, rr.oi'iMKTOK.
.1. W. POItTHlt. Msnnin.:
This well kiiowMi niid popular Hotel, situated
uii Ihe shores ot Lako Huniuore, has been ie.
ceutly put In thorough repair, Hetcral new
Cottages hate liecnbiitlt and newly fuinlshed.
and will ho opened .Tuno. 1st, for Ihe leceptton of
tioarders anil tourists. iu.iyilt
r a n ji e it s ' iTTT'uTiT" "
PiinniiT STUEtT, - lll'TLAND, VT.
A VIUST CLASS
m i: a t ?r a it k r. t
IX IfOTCI. IHJII.niNO.
mayldsm J, H. JOHNSON. I'noriiiETOii.
J . W . 1' I S It Hit's
x i: w i) i x l x o it o o m s ,
Cenlral House Hlock, Merchants' How,
Warm Meals sen ed nt all hoursof Ihe day
x i: W 1) I N I X -II A J, I.,
In rooms formerly occupied by J, Fisher;
KINOSI.F.Y & HPIIAdUirS HLOCK,
WAKM MEALS SERVKTI AT ALL HQl'113,
A It M !' C) It S A I. V. .
A rami oi im or si 2 aerus, to suit the jiur
rhmer, The late leslilenee of
Ai.i'inas itovci:, oi' oiiwi:i.i,
deceased. Mild farm Is situated nhoul one
mile nnilli ot orwcll Milage, nliotil the same
dlHlniiee from the Addison railroad, if mile
from Hie or ell rheese factory. Well watered
w It Ii iroiiilriinnlnif water to the house and barns,
a (rood two story home, barns and outbulldlnsrs
suitable for the jdau's a comcnlcnt farm to
taanaire ! well cah ulated for a dairy, and desir
able situation. I'or further particulars and
jalce, luquhe of , , ,
s. N. WAJIIUIN, Aitm'r.
orivell, .June solli, 157.1. JessdGdAwUw
jpAitJt von saij;.
The sutjscilbcrs ofTer for sale their farm, Ml.
uatcd about two miles from Ihe Mllase of Hcl
hms la)l, on the Chester road, well known
.10IIN CI.ARK 1'AltM,
Contalnlntr about three lumdred and fifty acres
of kinds two dwelling liouses, three barns and
two tenant houses, near the railroad track.
Tho tenant houses are new. Tho largo farm
house has been thoroughly repaired and paint
ed, with new ilaz?a In front mid end, new front
fence, all In the inoit substantial and tasteful
manner, making It a desirable tcsldence.
Neai ly three-foui ths of u mile of new water pine
troin a iieer-fallluc; fountain supplies all the
OVI:ll TWO T110LSANH DOLLARS
has been expended within the past two years
on buildings nnd fences, besides tho tenant
houses. The land Is adajited to the raising of
all kinds ot crops. Home fifty acres are well
adapted for tobacco. The land Is now tinder a
good state of cull l at Ion, by haUng been fed
out a largo amount of hay and grain the past
two eais, which has been brought on the
lilaeo, besides tliat which tho farm has pro
duced. Tho eastern line Is the Connecticut
ilier and the larm laj Ing westerly, divided Into
pasture and tillage land, with a Mitllclent sup
pH of wood fur I lie premise". Situated so near
the Milage of llellows I'alls-a Milage growing
morerapldl) than any place within the state,
and with its unllmlled wnler bower, which Is
fast lielng Improved, must continue lo Increase
In a still lariter proiinritou In I he future-makes
It Iho most desirable farm In these parts. Pos.
seolon gHon Iminedhitel.i. e-ccept tho mill
Jtiiil, nnd that In one year. Innulirof thesub
seilbers mi Hie premises! or .Joseph Wilson,
ill m of .L Wilson ,v Co., neiirtlio ilctml ; or wil
der .v Hopkins, al W est ltupert, I.
W II.DLII HOI'KINs,
llellows Veils, May 1, 17.!.
' r.r.oitui: "v. xkvma-n,
ii i: a i, i'.stat i: int o ic i: r. ,
I'OI I.TNI.Y, VT.
Otllce: Deiby'.s IMork, Sd Vloor I'ronl.
I'll st class Milage and farm properly for sale
anil to let. .Money lo loan on notes, mnrtgnges,
lite polti les and oilier iipprowd seeurllles.
IJASTl'Iti: I-ANI) IX PlTTSFOIil)
J Tor sate or rent, one hundied and Iwenty
mo acres of line PASTI'ltliland located one and
one-half miles lioin I'lttsford Village. Address
or call on i:. P. HITCHCOCK, under National
Hank of Hut land. Itntland. t. .Majltf
TJ-IIltMONT CUXTItAI, AXI) ltfT-
sr.M m 1:11 ai(I!.noj:m i:nt.
On and aller Monday, June lid, lsfe, trains
i 111 rim as follows, (Sundays excepted) :
(I01NII SOUTH AMI EAST.
Leae Itntland at 12:W and 4:3a a. in., nnd 12:10
and r.:nn p. in.
MAIL. Lemo ogdenshurg at 6:10 p. m., SI.
Albans nt a. in., liurllngton at s:io a. in.,
I'oit Henry at S:3'i a. in., Ituthind at 12:10 p. m.,
Hellow.s Falls at v!::)o p. in., iiriJMngnl Newlm
donnt a:ao p. m., eonneetlngwlth steamer for
NEW YORK EXPRESS. Leaes St Albam at
9:iio a. in., liurllngton l:Sn a, hi., uniting In
'"illft'llV'AM'fesT-Leaves Ogdensburg'al 12:
:b p.m., Plaltsburga:3(i p.m., Montreal 8:30 ji.in.,
si, .Johns 4:.vi p. in., St. Albans 7:20 p. m., liur
llngton !i:l(l li. m., Rutland I2:i a. in., llellows
Falls, sssnii. m arrltlng nt New London nt 11:15
.MIXED TRAIN. Leaves llui'llngtoiiat2:0ilp.
m., Port Henry 2:i) p. m., arrltlng In liutland
at 7:0ii p. in. Leates Rutland at 4:30 a. m., llel
lows Falls 7:15 a. m., (accommodation train), ar
livlngnt New London at 6:10 i. in,
MIXEH TRAIN. Leates Rutland ntwup. m.,
arrltlng In llellows Falls at 10:onp. m.
Leates liutland nt 1:13 and r.: to a. in., and 2:30
and5:05 ). m.
JIAIL. Leaves New London at D:i0 a. m.,
Sprlngileld 6:00 a, m., Uoston 7:30 a. m., llellows
i aus ii:i.., ituuaiui x:o ji. in., unit ing in i-on
Henry at 7::i5 p. m., liurllngton S:00 p. in., St.
Albans C:to n. in.. Montreal 9:in p. in.. Ogdens
hurg 1:15 a. in., making connections with trains
for tho West.
j .x pit ess i .eat es Rutland at r.:gs n. a., ar
riving nt Port Henry at 7:35 p. m., St. Albans al
S:55 p. in.
NKUIT EXPRESS. Leates New London at
2:15 p. m., Sprlngileld at 8:10 p. in., connecting
tuill irain leaving ,ev iuikul o:uij p. lit., jtei
lows Falls 11:20 p. m., connecting with train
leaving Uoston at 0:30 p. in., liutland 1:43 n. m
isurungioil 414U a. in., i. .moans one, urritiug
In .Montreal at 9:15 a. in.. Plattsburg al 12:00 m.,
and Ogdenshurg at 12:35 p. m., connecting with
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Rutland at 5:10 a.m.
nrrlt Ing at Port Henry at 9:50 a. in. Leave Bur
lington at 9:30 a. m., St. Albans 12:00 m., nrrlv
Ing In Ogdenshurg at 8:50 p. m. and St. Johns at
3:f p. in.
.MIXIiD TRAIN. Leaves llellows Falls at 4:80
a. in., arriving In Rutland nt 9:20 a. in.
ACCOMMODATION. Leaves New London at
8:tn a. m., Hollows Tails 6:00 p.m., (mixed train,)
arriving In Rutland at S;35 p. m.
Trains leave liurllngton going cast, for Mont
peller, Ac, at C:55 a. in., 12:80 p, m, and 7:55 p. m.
Trains leave Hellott s Falls going north, for
Wulto River Junction, Sc., nt 8:30 a. m. and
11:15 a.m., and 0:55 and 11:20 p. m.
connections. At Rutland with Rensselaer
Saratoga and Harlem Extension Railroads; nt
llellows Falls with Cheshire Railroad ; nt South
Vernon with Connecticut River Railroad.
SWSlcepIngcnrs nro attached to night trains
between St. Albans and Troy, and liurllngton
nndlioston. OYLES MERRILL,
St. Albans, Vt., Juno 3d, 1S73.
JJAltl.KM KXTEXSIOX HAlLTtOAD
ClIANOK OF TIME.
1S73. Sl'MMER ARRAN0I:MJ:NTS. 1S73,
On and aller Monday, June 20lh, 1S72, trains
will run ns follows i
MIXED. Leaves Rutland at 3:00 a.m., con
necting nt statu i.ino tt mi train lor Troy.
MAII Leaves Rutland 9.30 a. m.. and mail
lug close connections at Chatham 4 Corners
with trains tor Now York, Albany, Hudson, and
both east and tvesi on n. s a. r. ii.
MIXED. Loato Rutland at 2.25 p. in., to lien
nlngton and Troy,
SUNDAY MILK TRAIN (with passenger car
attached), l.oato3 Rutland at 7.3o a. in.
1' A R E .
Rutland to New York .... tr. m
" lo Albany o
" to Hudson, .... :i oo
:srN() lay over checks given.
ARRIVE AT RUTLAND.
Mall, 9.35 p. in.; Mixed, 12.0S p. m.; mixed,
7,80 p. in,
1". C. WHITE, Supt.
Rutland, June 11, 1872. mayldJavtl
II.VXTEIl NATIONAL HANK,
II, HlJNUV IIaxtkii,
II, 1'. Lotiikoi',
.1, N. IIAX1EII,
T . W. PA UK,
(IEO. E. ROVCE,
(lEOIIIIK R. lllllTl'M,
.1. W, Cham ion,
S. T. Sl'IIAGtF, .III,
W, C. Dunton,
W. C, Hnhos,
COL I. NOTIONS
Mndo unci icmltteil for nt Lowest Urates.
INTEIIEST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS.
A general Banking and Exchango business
II, HENitr Baxteii, Brest, J, N, Baxter, V. Trest,
Oeouoe r. Bon cm, Cashier,
may 1, '
i . ;
r v. v. ic a tc n a it n r. it
AT NO. 1, OPEHA HOL'Si: HLOCK, j
Keep a full assortment of the following I
HOtrflE PUHNISHINO (iOOI)S. ;
FRENCH CHINA WARE, j
TAUI.i: (1LASS WARE, 1
SILVER PIATKD WARE,
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
TAisr.I.S AND C0R11R,
LAMP-I AND l.NTEIIS,
OAS FIXTURES, '
Wlioles-ile and Retail, ,
LAMP CHIMNEYS nnd liril.ST.1IH,
Wholesale and Retail.
MATTRASSlNlllid LOI'NOEs, and
mn.tldlf DONE TO OIIDKIi.
iit'iiNimi a Tr.Mi'i.i:
WeaieAgenls fur Iho Mlutilng llrxl class
Fire Insurance Companies. j
. Assi'ln, it!,iioti,(mo
Home, N. Y
Insurance of No. America, I'nll.i.
Phenlx, N. Y
Phienl, Hnrlfoid, .-. .
These are the best known of all the companies
lepresenieii in liiiiiami, nnu since v.e nate
reiiresented them they hare jmhl vunr numey to
tho eltlens ot Rutland anil tlelnltt ffmii oil
other cm)xinh' combined.
This record nrotes llielr slabllll.v and their
willingness to pay all proper claims.
We conlldentlv expect a continuance of Ihe
liberal ji.itron.igo which those companies hate
always i ecclted.
We aKo renresent the Tratelfis Life and Ac
cident Insurance Company. Wo glto a better
ami cneaper policy ui.tu nnv oiuer i.ne com
pany. Call and see.
IiniNHAM A- TEMPLE,
ofllcc, Opera House, Rutland, vt,
n.ANn jiauum: company,
Willi! KSI i: ni:, fius X
niidC K A- H A W E I) M A It 1! I- E.
i)r.i:i:ii;s and mij is,
J. N. BAXTER, Supt. WEST lll'TLAND, VI.
All the trades or Rutland Marble. In tlio
sliane of slabs or various thicknesses reoulrcd
for Furniture, Mantel, and Decora! Ivo Work, as
well as Cemetery uses; also cubic Stock for
Monumental and Building purposes, including
liases, Strips, and Posts, may bo found on our
yard at all limes.
Our extensive arrangements tor tho produc
tion ot Marble, In tho way or Qtinirylng Ma
chinery, and -Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
or saws, placo us In position to supplv the
warns oi me iraiie. ttnoiesaio nnu iteiau
Dealers. Builders. Furnlture-Jlen. and gen
eral Manufacturers will Hud It to their Interest
to fat or us with their orders.
RUTLAND MARBLE CO,
gTKAM STONE CUTTEIt COMPANY,
Sole proprietors and manufacturei's or the
STONE CHANNEI.INfl OR (JlTARRYINd MA
For culling stone Into varlnusilen and di
IN ALL KINDS OF Ql'ARIUliS,
oi nci: anii Kiioi'.-',
JOHN W. CHAMTON, PrcsT,
(IEOROE E. ROYCE, Trens.
CHARLES CLARK, Hec'y.
(IEO, J, WARDWliLL, rfupt.
m 1 ly
QC'ItAP IltON AND STEEL, OLD
J JInrble Saws and Currency taken In ex
change for Nails at the
niaj'1d3m RUTLAND NAIL WORKS.
West of Lincoln Iron Works.
pLU.MHINO AND OAS PITTINO.
COPPER AND SHEET IKON WOKK.
Rating leased rooms No, 15, Merchants' Row,
In Storo ttith II, R. Dyer, I nin prepared to do
all work In my lino In a tvorkmanllko manner
nt reasonable rates.
PLUMBING AND UAH FITTINll HOODS
supplied nt the lowest rates.
H A T I 8 F A a V I O N (I U A It A N TEED.
JT Orders by mall promptly attended to.
S, D. JUNNESS,
Rutland, May 29, 1873. (13m
DEAIUIOHN IS AGENT POlt GAltD
NER'S Perforated ChulrSeat, for reuovnt
ng over Cad-Flag or Rush bottom chairs.
Pleaso to cull and se them.
Urovo Block RUTLAND, Vt
vorcdr. ami &vovisicini. ;
rilllE (' LOSING Ol'T SALE
Of a slock of
OliOOEItlES AXD l'HOVIrtlOXH,
IIOMEITH DltY ooohs,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CROCK E11Y, fILASiWARE, AC, AC,
II AH CO M ,M K N V V. 1 .
Will avail Ihcmstltei Of the oppoitunlly wldeh
It ffords In repleiiWi their stock of household
:r liter) nillcle Hsold at cost or hss.
I-IISASK OtII. AMI IKAI'.N PIMI'KS.
11. W. CIIAI'MX, .Ti:
No. 9, 31 ERCH ANTS' ROW, Jit'TLAND.
,TOC)l) CIIOPI'KHS AVANTKI) TO
T cut 500 cords of hard wood In Mendon.
Applv lo of.o, W, Ciiai'MX, .Hi., Merchants
j1 O "it " S A 1, K !
The subscriber has a Candj nppaialtri com
prising n eomph'te outtlt for iiiaiiulacturlng
eandv, which he will sell tor less than one-half
the original cost. Atso, one hentv Truck Wa
gon, ter.t cli"ap! and one pair of Jiouble Work
(M'.O. W. CH.M'I.IN, Jn.,
9 Merchants' Ro.
Rutland. May su. mn'Mlf.
.v T. f'ADEX,
Wiiulesale and Itetall Dealeisln
(ilt(K'El!ir.S AXI) I'ltOVISIONS.
CtNNIMI lilFli'S, P1CKI.F.S, ,U:t
AND FANCY HOODS.
Also, Dealers In
DRY OOOHS SHAWLS, IIHESS (i(l(ll)S,
MHIERY, OI.OVKs, .tc, A i',
Aii assuiiment of
dl'.XTS' n'lt.NMfHtlXO (10ODS
Cotisianljy on hand.
MAIL STEAMERS TO AN?
:"IIHAI'TS FOR ANY AMOI'NT ON THE
BANKS OF ESOLAND, IHELXNO, SCOTLAND
COIINEl: FREIiTIIT AND EVELYN STS.
() T, 1) It E I) S T O It P..
minrnniKs axd movisnxs,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
ip U 1. 'I' O N M A It K E T, "
;i)UNTON & HAYWARD
All kinds or Meats, ;iTsh, Vegetables and
Fruits In their season.
Klngsley A- SpraRlie's Block, Mercliiiuts' Row.
Q. II K TO It T U It X E It
srnATt' ituviXTxa rn.vi'Axr,
7H WALL STRUCT, NEW YORK,:
orfer for salo all tho various grades ot Refined
Sugar of Superior Quality at the lowest Market
Prices. A superior quality ot Whit" sugar for
Confectioners use. Also,
WHITE COPFEE A,
COPPEE EXTRA ),
And the lower grades of
r ; , , o ir ,s- r a a it .
Orders to bo addicsscd to our ofilce In New
York, "o Wall Street, Cor, Pearl.
Paitles ordering 10 barrels can hate them as.
Tr.iiMfl Thirty days, or Cash In 7 days, less
per ccui. Discount,
E. 0. RANTER,
Tho subsci Iber oilers for salo tho
HOUSE AND LOT, 21 COTTAOK STREET,
Corner William Street,
IIouso Is In good repair, contains is rooms, gas
and tt mer ubovo and below. Ix'atlon deslruble.
Cellar always dry and well ventilated. Barn has
accommodations for two horses, or horse and
cow. Hood barn cellar.
A portion of tho turnlturo will bo sold with
tuo uouse ii ucssrru.
Possession given at any time,
e, II. FORBES.
Rutland, J unc 2d, HT3, utt
VI I. Ill MERCHANTS' HOW.
lii.il imil Lead Pipe, Pollableninl. lit !. n.cn-t tin- '
KliiMAi Iti'tim Ste.im, l'oreemi eil"i o I'iij.iIHI
IJPnllur nnd F.uliber BPltlng: IMH.i.cr lbise iiini
Packing: Rubber Oteieoats, (dotes and Mlt- !
lens,' steam and Water Omuesi Wat, r, steam
ami tins Flltliigs, nnd FIvliueH, nil kliols; Flax .
atidSoipslnnc Packing: cetluii Waste, Pimnh. i
STL M. W A l l.ll AND OAt FITT1NII
Done nt short notice, and n pi Ices .ululiied i.
.Rutland, May 1, 1i:i
l!rAMPHOHINK" our evorv p.iin,
J nr. Try It. S'old by all druggists,
ltr.FBEN 110T, Pi'OpV, New York.
mercantasslng. Agents ami salesmen
nttenllon! llrjniil's Llbrnrj of Poetry nnd
Song j Tho Nov Housekeepers Manual, by sirs,
needier and Mrs. Stmve. Iiotli selling fast and
far. Uxcluslve territory j liberal terms. .1. B.
FORD k CO., New Yoifc, Bosion, Chicago and
Snn Francisco. Iunc2t(l!:wlw
"ISsmiOM ANCYj orSnui C'hiirmii"
X How either sex may fascinate and gain
tlio love nnd affections ot any jierson they
chooso Instanllj. '1T.I3 Mmplo menial acnulre
inent nil can possess, rice, by mall, for 25c, to-
S ether Willi a marilago guide, Egyptian Oracle,
reams, Hints to Ladies. Weddlng-Nlght Shirt.
Ac. A queer book. Address T. WILLIAM & CO
Pubs, l'dlartelphln. June21dA:t,-ir
A OENT9 rton t ilccelve yoursclvrs or
XJl others by trying lo sell old worthless
books. "Lit Ingstono Lost and Found," 800 pages
loo engrnt lugs, maps, c. I'rlco 13.50. is the
onlvbookon Africa and Its exploto.-s which
people will buv. Send for samiiln (free) to
MUTUAL prni.lsiUNO (0, llartfoul, Conn.
S,rAXTi:n. Wholesale Pinrliasitii;
T Agents for Ihe Bortrain Sewing Machine
made ai iiaiibiiry, Conn. Tlielalesi nnd best,
The silliest, fastest and easiest lock stitch,
straight needle iiiachlneln theinaiket. P.ellei
terms than nu.t company Address,
JOHN A. HOUC.E, (Icncrnl Agent, Hanburj, ft.
( 1AST AOltlPT ! CAST ADIUIT ! !
A companion to the famous "Throe Years
In a Man-Trap" anil "Ten Nights In a liar
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It was siipiio-cd for inanv venrs and
eminent physiologies gavo coutilcnaneo to
llio theory Hint snine peculiarity In the
conformation of tlio larynx was requisite for
ventriloquism, or nt least It was accom
plished" by pioccsscs essentially dillerent
from those adopted in ortlinnry speaking or
singing; but It has been demonstrated that
the vocal organs of tlio ventriloquist nrc
the same ns those of other men, nor In his
uo of them materially different from that
of others. Por snceess in tlio exercise of
bis art, ho requires only keen preceptions,
nn ear so delicately attuned to the varia
tions of sound produced by distance or di
rection, nnd a strongly developed mimetic
faculty. Tho vocal organs have the pow
er imitating, under skillful training, allthe
sounds of nnlmato or inanimate life, and in
in such a way ns to represent them as heard
at greater or less distances from different
directions. Tho ventriloquist Is well aware
thnt no one of our senses Is inoro easily de
ceived than that of hearing, because In
li'teulng to sounds tve judge of their remote
ness by comparing them witli oilier sounds
whoso distance we nro fain liar with, and
determine their distance by nn arbitrary
nnd often incorrect estimate of their rela
tive volume at tho place of their supposed
emission a standard which must olten be
Tlio uncertainty with regard to the direc
tion of Bound is the foundation of tho ntt
of ventriloquism. If we placed ten men
in n row at such a distance from us that
they ore included in the angle w ithin which
we cannot judge of the direction of sound
and If, on a calm day, each of them speaks
In succession, wo shall not bo able with
rinsed eyes tn determine from which nf tlio
ten men any of the sounds proceed, nnd
shall be Incapable of perceiving that there
is any difference in the direction of tho
sounds emitted by thelttn uttermost. If
u man and a child arc placed within the
same angle, and If the man speaks with
tho accent of a child, without any corres
ponding motion in his mouth and face, wo
shall necessarily believe that ills voice
comes from tlio child nay, if the child is so
distant from the man that the voice actually
appears to us to come from the man, w e
shall still continue tn believe that the child
Is tlio speaker; and this conviction would
acquire additional strength if the child fav
ored the deception by accommodating its
features and gestures'to tlio words spoken
by tho man.
The ventriloquist utters the sound with
the effect it would have upon the bearer's
car if it bad really traversed the distance lie
designs it to represent, reducing its loud
ness, softening somewhat its quality of tone,
and if it is in words, obscuring a little tlio
consonant sounds, while retaining unaltered
the pitch and duration. In doing this he
niodilles the tones of his voice by varying
the position of the tongue and the soft palate,
dialating or contracting the mouth or
pharynx, and cither dividing tho buchal
and pharyngeal cavities into several com
partments or throwing them into one. This
is dono without movement of tho lower
jaw and with but slight motion of tho lips.
Usually tlio vcntrilnquitt stands so as to
give only a profile view of his face, unless
at n distance from bis niidknce, and thus
has greater opportunity of concealing any
slight motions nt' tlio t'licitil miiBcli.fi. In
most cases, too, the apparently lemote
voice is falsetto, this being more within
command of the performer without percept
ible facial movement than the natural tone.
Some of the greatest ventriloquists, how
ever, have never practiced any conceal
ment, but stand face to face with their
audiences. M. Alexandre, XI St Gilie nnd
Louis do llrabant, we are informed, appar
ently did not move their lips or the niueles
ol their laces.
Ventrilonuim loses its distinctive charac
ter if its imitations arc not performed by a
voice from the belly. 'Ihe voice, indeed,
does not come from that region : but when
tho ventriloquist utters sounds Irom the
larynx without moving his taco ho gives
tliem strength by a powerful action of the
abdominal muscles. Hence be speaks by
means of his belly, although the throat is
tlio real source from which the sounds
proceed. Tho effort In every case
is so great that the exercise in ventrilo
quism for any considerable length of time
is very latlguing, nnu occasions Irequcnt
coughing on tho part of the performer.
The inlluencu over the human mind
which the ventriloquist derives from the
skillful practice of his art is greater than that
which is exercised by any qthcr species of
conjurer. The ordinary magician requires
the theater, his accomplices and the instru
ments ot his art, and he enjoys but a local
sovereignty with the precincts of bis own
magic circle, The ventriloquist, on the
contrary, has tlio supernatural always at
command. In the open fields, as well as
the crowded city, in the private apartment
ns well as in the public hall, he can sum-
nimon up innumerable spirits; nnd though
the persons of his fictitious dialogue arc
visible to the eye, yet they are unequivo
cally present to tho imagination of his audi
tors, ns If they had been shadowed forth in
tlio silence of a spectral form.
Mr. Donald Stewart, in some remarks
upon tho subject of ventriloquism, has stated
several instances inwiiicii deceptions oi tuis
kind tvero verv frequent. Ho mentions hav
ing seen a person who, by counterfeiting
tho gesticulations ot n penormcr on ine
violin, whllo ho imitated the music with his
voice, riveted tlio eves of his audience up
on the instrument, though every sound they
heard preceded trom his own mouth, lie,
tells also of another person who imitated
tho whistling oftho wind through a narrow
chink, and who often practiced the decep
tion In the corner of n coffee-house. He
declares that ho seldom failed to see some
of tlio company riso to examine the tight'
ness of the windows, while others, moro in.'
tent on their newspaper, contented thenv
selves with putting on their hats and button
ing their coats. Sir. Stewart llkotviso men
lions nn exhibition formerly common In Eu.
rope, whero a performer on the stage dis
nlaved the dumb show of singing with his
lips and eyes and gestures, while another
person, unseen, eiippneii inu music wuu ins
voice. The deception In this case he found
to bo so complete as to impose upon tho
nicest ear and tho quickest eye; but In tho
progress ot the entertainment he became
distinctly scnsiblo of tho imposition, and
sometimes wondered that it should havo
missed him for a moment. In this case
thcro can te no doubt that tho deception
was at first the work ot tho imagination and
was not sustained by tho acoustic principle.
Tho real nnd tho mock singer were too ills
tant s and when tho inlluenee of tho imagi
nation subsided, tho true direction nf tho
sound was discovered.
Ono of the most remarkable ventriloquists
that cvcrllivedwns M. St. Gilie, of St. Ger
main cn I.aye, Prance, whoso performances
havo been recorded ny mo nuoo no la unap.
elle. Once, when overtaken by n storm, St,
filllo took shelter in ft neighboring convent,
where tho monks wero in deep mourning
over tho recent death ct a much esteemed
member of their community, While lament
ing over tho tomb of their deceased brother
the slight honors wiucii unu nccu pnm in
his niemorv. n voice was suddenly heard to
issuo from tho root of tho choir, bewailing
the condition of tho deceased in purgatory.
and renrovinz the brotherhood for want of
zeal. Tho tidings' of tho extraordinary
event brought tho entire fraternity to tho
church. Tho volco from abovo repeated
Its lamentations nnd reproaches, and tho
wholo company fell upon their faces and
vowed to make reparation lor tneir error,
They accordingly chanted in full choir nl)c
profundi", during tlio intervals of which the
spirit of Ihe departed monk expressed in
satisfaction nt their pious exercises, 'flu
prior afterward inveighed against modem
skepticism on the subject of nppaiitions.and
St. Glllo had great difflculty in convincing
tho fraternity that the whole thing was a lc
Another famous ventriloquist was Loui,
lo Brabant, at one time valet do chambr.
to Prance I. Rejected by the parents of u
very rich heiress as an unsuitable match
for their daughter. Louis, on the death of
the father, paid n visit to the widow; and,
ns soon as ho entered tho room, tho voice
of her deceased husband was heard thus b
address her: "Give my daughter In mnr
riugo to Louis llrabant: he is a man of for
tune and character, nnd I endure tlio pain i
of purgat ry for having refused her to hltn
Obey tills admonition, nnd give repose H
the soul of your departed husband " Of
course the widow complied. But Brabant's
difficulties were not yet overcome II.
wanted money to detray the wedding -
ponses, nnd rcolved towotk on tlio fear
of nn old banker M Corbu ol Lyons win
had amassed lmmeno wealth by U'.ury and
extortion, Having obtained an evcnliir in
terview, lie contrlvid to turn tho conv rsa
tlon to the snbjeet of departed spirits anil
ghosts. During an interval of silence, tie
voice of the miser's deceased father wa
heard, complaining of his situation in pur
gatory, nnu calling loudly upon nn son t.
rescue him irom his nifl'erings, by enablim
Brabant to redeem tho Christians at that
time enslaved by the Tuiks. Not succeed
Ing on tho first occasion, Brahnn, was com
polled to make a second visit to the miser
when he took care to enlist, not only 'hi
father, but all his deceased relations, in tin
appeal : and 'n this way ho obtained a thou
sand crowns for the jiurpoe of liberatin
the Christian captives. When Cornu was
at last undeceived, It Is said that he died o
sheer vexation and moitiilc.Uion.
It may be remarked, as rather tin oil 1 cir
cumstance, that there have been t cry few
female vcntnlnouit-, end these have ulwnvs
manifested a deficiency of power. Onlvon
cver attained any considerable oelciiritt
and even her name is unknown. She live I
in Amsterdam in tiie lRth i entury , and is
referred tn Incidentally by wiitcrs nf that
period as possessing a remarkable gift Tin
art fconis tn be understood even by the ai
age races. We bat e authentic accounts o.
its practice in the mint expert manner 1
the Esquimaux, some of whom are reported
to have produced extraordinary acoustic ot
lects by this means ; and it Is quite certain
that ventriloquism is known among tin
African negroes It is upon record that
recently imported negro in the island ot St
Thomas, in the last century was bum '
alivo as a sorcerer for having caused voic
to emanate from inanimate objects, such a
earthen vessels, walking-stick", statin . e'
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From the Washington star.!
William 11. Powell, the artist, has been
working some more on hii picture of the
battle of Lake Erie, nt tho Capitol, and haa
filled in nbout an aero ot unllnlsiied canvas
since the adjournment of Congress. It was
a great picture then, but is now very much
moro so. Thirty or lorty additional cannon
have been brought to bear upon the devoted
skill' that carries Hie gallant Perry to In
new ling-ship. These guns are pouring hot
shot upon tlio hern in the most eoncentra
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tho vicinity of tlio boat; and the bottom oi
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that the men can't row with any satisfaction
at all. The boatswain has been floored bt
some of the balls, and ho exhibits a good
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ty-lour pounder on the small ot his back
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crabs," in consequence of the water belnt
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n very large one rests directly on the top
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lown outot harm s way ; but tun reman- i
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ers, and his breast bared to the iron temp
est, ho gazes camly into the blue empyrean
The nitist, it sliouid be added, has thrown
outtbo chest of the hero considerable more
than it was last Winter, so that n straight
hue from bis chin to his waist band would
cut him into three pieces. It is a great pic
The correspondent of the Boston Oluiei
nearly unflattering. Ho admits, sarcastic
ally, that twenty-five thousand dollars'
worth of paint Is not to bo "sneezed at " lie
objects, however, to Capt. Perry's leaving
the St. Lawrence, fresh from smoke, con
fusion, blood nnd battle, "the very pink of
propriety, in spotless, exquisitely arr.iycd
garments; aiso to inc man nt too sieru ni
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of tlio anatomical structure of ihe figures
as if such structure wero a mere accident ol'
nature. People often take the picture for tin
"Landing of the Pilgrims."
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