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THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, MONDAY MORNING, JUNK 80, 1873.
he Jutland gaily Globe.
MONDAY, JUNK 80, 183.
Aiiitiv.u. ami dli-ai'tiiii: ok trains.
THAWS AlIHtlT AT lSCTI.AND.
From Hollows Vails, 1:10 X to.20 n. in., '2:20 X
tS:35p. m. .
" Hiirllngton 14:40 ft "11:32 n. in., 12:50 4: t ,:00
' V'ort'llonry, '11:32 a. in. A: t7:00 p. in.
" llennlngton, tl!!:01 p. in., tT:30 & 9:33 p.
' HnratoKii.MliWn, in., 0:00 p.m.
" Salem, M0 X t8:30n. m., t3: to A '4:fv3 p. m.
T1U1SS I.KAVR UCTI.ANn.
For Hollows Falls, 12:50 A 14:30 a. m.,lS:lo JttB:no
" Vmrlliigton, 1:1.1 X two a.m., '2:30 ,v r,:05 p.
" 1'ort Henry, 15:10 n. in. X 5:05 p. in.
" Hcniilngton, t3:oo X '9:30 a. m X t:ss p. m.
Mnrnlnim. r,:0O a. 111.. '3:50 P. In.
" Salem. 1110 X t9:00 it. in., 1:00 X tli:00 p. In.
Harlem Extension way, 8.45 a. m and 2.00 p. m.
Eastern way, 11.40 a. m.
Troy way, 12.40 p. in.
Troy, 12.40 p. in., 5.40 p. in., and 10.00 p. m.
Albany, 12.40 p. tit., 2.40 p. in., anil 10.no p. In.
lioston, 11.40 a. in., and lo.no p. in.
Canada?, 1.15 p. ni.
"Northern way, 2.oo p. m.
H.irlltu-ton, 2.00 p. in. and 10.00 p. m.
So-mega way, 2.40 p. in.
No v York, 2.40 p. m. and 10.00 p. in.
Coi noctlcut lllvcr way, 10.00 p. in.
Woodstock way, (Stage) l.oo p. m.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays and Saturdays) a.no p. in.
Harlem Extension way, 10.00 p. in.
Kastern way, 2.20 p. m.
Troy way, 4.55 p. m.
Troy, 1.40 a. in., 11.45 a. m. mid 4.55 p. in.
Albany, 11.45 a. in., 4.65 and n.lo p. m.
lioston, 1.40 n. m. and 2.20 p. in.
Cnnndas, 12.40 a. m.
Northern way, 11.32 n. m.
Hurllnglon, 12.40 and 11.32 a. in.
Saratoga way, 11.45 a.m.
New York, 11.45 a. m. and 4.55 p. in.
ronneellcut lllvcr way, s.15 p. in.
Woodstock wny, (stage) 11.55 a. in.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays and Saturdays) 10.30 a.m.
rsr"Malls will bo promptly closed at the sped
flcedhour; nil letters deposited In tho street
botes will lio collected nt 8.30 and 11.00 a.m.,
12.10, 1.so and last collection for nil nlgnt malls,
nt o.oo p.m. All letters deposited In tho Letter
) oxat the liepot will bo collected by liouto
Agents live minutes previous to tho departure
or each moll train
11UTLAXH AM VICINITY.
The Sun sets to-night nt 7.10 ; rises to
morrow morning at 4.2."i.
KUllugton Lodge No. 2!) I. O. O. F.
meets this Monday evening at 7.!!0 o'clock.
The Young Men's Christian Association
meets this Monday evening at their rooms
on Merchants' How, nt 7.45 o'clock.
Ten years ago to-day, Gen. Mc.ulewas
resisting Lee in Pennsylvania.
Hon. John Prout is on his homeward
trip from F.urope, and is expected to ar
rive home during the present week.
Itov. W". G Davenport, rector of St.
James Church, Hydevllle, preached most
excellent sermons at Trinity Church, yes
terday. llcv. L. llotitell of Chelsea, Mass.,
preached at the Advent chapel, yesterday.
The thermometer stood at 01- In the
Bhade on Sunday.
liurlington was favored with a lefrcsh
iug rain on Saturday morning, as was also
Bennington, Eagle Bridge, Salem and other
places Saturday evening, llutland surely
should bo favored next, and signs iudicato
that such n visitation may be expected.
A full description of the now St. Peter's
(Catholic) Church, and the services nt Its
consecration will be found on the second
Troy clergymen were engaged yesterday
in pleaching temperance sermons, among
whom was Itov. A. F.Bailcy,formcr pastor
o tho Methodist church lu. llutland, who
undoubtedly directed well deserved andfor
cible blows against tho evils of intem
perance. Itev. Barnes M. Hall, two years ago pas
tor of the Methodist church here, wo re
gret to learn is In feeble health and de
pendent mo asttrably upon Ids friends for
We trust our citl.ens will heed the re
quest of the water commissioners to use
economy in the consumption of water, in
view of the long continued dry wea.her,
or we may arrive at the same point of some
other villages of having water carted
through the streets and sold by the gallon
The degree of (Bachelor of Science was
conferred on P. -A. Eastman, William It.
Dorr, and Archie L. Sheldon of llutland,
nt tho commencement of Norwich Univer
sity on Thursday last.
llcv. W. II. II. Murray of tho Park street
church, will pass through llutland to-day
on the mail train from Boston, accom
panied by many of his friends en route for
tho Adirondacks. They will travel in a
special car assigned for their use.
William Cook, conductor on the Harlem
Extension railroad, who was quite serious
ly injured n few weeks ago, is again on "a
Tho postofllce at New Haven, Addison
county, has been designated as a money
order ofllcc, from and after July 1, 1873.
Ice cream trade is good.
Tho price of coal is advancing.
It is about time for mad dog items to
become disgustinuly abundant.
Stokes is bitterly disappointed in not be
lug nblo to get bail, so that he could sail
for Europo on n genteel tour this summer.
Dresses woven from bamboo fibres are
tho latest thing for bells.
Our llutland people may be Interested to
know that Georgo Francis Train Is occu
pying his tlmn in London arranging for tho
disposal of some of his Omaha lots by lot
Stopping to pick berries by tho road side
is very judiciously held by the Supremo
Court to bo traveling on the highway.
A commlttco of tho Putnam Phalanx of
Hartford, Conn., who visited llutland two
years ago. Ancient and Honorable Artille
ry of Boston, Amos Keag Veterans of Man
Chester, N. II,, Newburyport, Mass., Ar
tillery, nnd the First Light Infantry of
Providence, It. L, have had n meeting In
Boston for tho purpose of arranging for n
union parade in somo New England town
Ilutlaud is n good point, why not Invite
A full report of the commencement ex
erclses of Norwich University is deferred
The honorary degree ot JjUIj., was
conferred, at the commencement ol
Brown University at Provldeneo last week,
upon Hon. George Van Ness Lathrop of
Detroit, Michigan. He Is a brother of H
Lathrop, Eq., of Pittsford.
Tho Commissioner of Patents has ex
tended tho patent of Leonard Worcester of
Brattleboro, for machine for boring and
mortising blind slides,
A murder Is reported nt Shushan, N. Y,
on tho lino ot tho llutland and Washington
Tho Saratoga Sunday trains commenced
Knkiiits ov I'vtiiiab. At a meeting or
Vermont Lodge No. 1 of the Knights of
Pythias, held on Saturday evening, tho
following officers were-elected i
George J. Wnrdwcll, C. Chancellor.
.1. W. Ollson, V. Chancellor.
C. W. Safforcc, Prelate.
Charles Clark, Past Chancellor.
The Installation of ofllcers will take place
at the next regular meeting on Saturday
Contiiimatiok. The rite of confirmation
was administered nt tho 'French Catholic
church, on Lincoln nvcnup,hy Iter. II. Car
dinal, pastor, on Saturday morning nt 0
o'clock. Ilt llcv. IHsho-i Louis Do Goes
brland, by tho Diocese of Burlington ofll
clated, assisted by llcv. Father Ilolssonault,
of Fair Haven, and llcv. Father Cardinal,
pastor of tho church. Nlncty-onc persons
were confirmed, most of whom were
children, mid the first communion was ad
ministered. The Ulshop made nn address
during which ho expressed great salisfae
tlon nt the number presented for confirm
ation nnd the prosperous condition of the
AN INTEIIKATIOKAI. YVnESTI.IXCt M.V1CII.
An International wrestling match was
arraigned In New York on Friday between
John McMahon, of llutland and Thomas
Copcland, of l'ctcrhoro, Canada. They
are to wrestle ut Troy, N. Y., In July for
$2,000 In gold and the championship of
America. McMahon Is now champion of
America, while Copelaud is tho recognized
champion of Canada. A deposit of 200
was posted nid signed.
Tub Cextiial Vermont. A repot t
current on Friday nnd Saturday, that the
Central Vermont lliillroad, when it passed
into the possession of the New York, Bos
ton and Montreal Company, would be im
mediately transfeiied to the Erie Itnilroad
Company nnd pass under their manage
ment, has no foundation in fact. The
tho statement probably arose from the fact
that the New i"ork, Boston and Montical
Company had entered into an arrangement
with the Erie In reference to a taiilT busi
On Friday evening, about eight o'clock,
a delegation of the pupils of the Grammar
School marched in procession to the resi
dence of Hon. I.utlier Daniels, on Main
street, to make an unanounecd call upon
their accomplished and popular teacher
Miss Ilattie E. Smith. On their arrival
Mr. Henry Patch, in behalf of the pupils,
in fitting words, presented Miss Smith a
beautiful Allium containing the photo
graphs of neaily all the pupils of the'
school, conveying also tho kind lcgard of
each and all for their faithful, loved teacher.
Mr. Daniels then invited the young to take
the liberty of his houso, and a pleasant
time was spent In conversation and musical
exercises, several of the pupils playing on
tho piano. Miss Carrie Fisher, who hap
pened to bo present, entertained them with
several pieces of music w hich were par
ticularly pleasing. After these exhibitions
of modem music, Mrs. Daniels stepped to
tho piano and, for a little time, delighted
them with specimens of the music of
seventy years ago, nnd the contrast proved
greatly amusing and entertaining. After
refreshments were served, the pupils look
their leave, well pleased with the plea
sures of tho evening, and the courteous
hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Daniels.
Miss Smith has proved herself highly
successful in the Grammar School depart
ment, and this episode indicates tint she
has secured tho affection of her pupils.
Miss Bishop of the Intermediate School
was also called on Friday afternoon, and
made the recipient from her pupils of a
beautiful engraved nold band ring, nnd an
elegant copy of Tennyson's Poems.
Miss Belle Iluggles, of the West Street
School, was surprised by her pupils at tho
close of the school on Friday ufternoou by
the presentation of n fine pearl ring with
four pearl settings as a token of the high
regard in which she was held by her
On Wednesday last tho scholars of Mr.
Samuel H. Kclley, on his invitation, visited
his rcsldenco on Church street. After
various exercises two young ladies pre-
scntcd Mr. Kclley nnd his wife, accom
panied with pertinent words, a dozen solid
silver spoons and a pair of silver napkin
rings. On receiving them Mr. Kclley feel
ingly and fittingly responded. Mrs. Kclley
then invited them to partake of abountcous
supply of refreshments. The wholo even
ing was one of rare pleasure to all con
Fiu-crnl of Hon. II. II. Stouirlitoii.
Tlio funeral of Hon. Henry E. Slough
ton was attended from Iimnanuel Episco
pal Church at Bellows Falls on Sunday,
June 22d, Itev. Mr. Ogden olllciatlng. The
atteudauo was largo and included tho bar
of Windham county, who came by special
train from Brattleboro. Among the pro
mlncnt gentlemen present were tho Hon.
Charles K. Field, C. N. Davenport, Hon.
Iloyal Tyler, Hon. George Howe, Colonel
Silas M. Walte, Hon. A. Stoddard
of Townsend, lion. John Kimball of Put'
ney, Col. Jarvis F. Burrows of Vermont
Dr. Phelps of Windsor. Nearly ull his
family were present, including his daugli
tcrs, his son Col, Chntlcs B. Stoughton
and his brother Hon. E. W. Stoughton ot
Tho pall bearers were Hon. James Bar
rctt of Woodstock, Hon. Hoy Tyler of
Brattleboro, Col, Itussell Hyde, Col. Asa
Wentworth, Hon. Charles B. Eddy, J. 1)
Brldgeman, Esq., Joslali Bowtellc, A.N
Swain, Esq., editor of tlio J'imen, O. D,
Gray and Georgo Slate.
Tho remains wero deposited lu tho
church yard by tho side of his wife who
died September 2'Jth, 1871, and ot his son
Gen.' E. II. Stoughton, who died Decem
ber 25th, 1808.
Civil Service In Vermont.
A now postmaster is to bo appointed at
Bellows Falls In placo of A. N. Swain, tho
editor of tho Times, who has resigned. The
appointment has been decided to eonio uiv
dcr tho Civil Service rules, and is tlio first
Instance In tho state except In tho appoint
mcnt of tho mall messenger on tho Addison
railroad. Hon. Ilausluro W. Clark, post
master nt Brattleboro, having been desig
nated ns tho examiner, met tho applicants
last Monday and Tuesday for such exam
lnation. Petitions wero presented by their
friends In behalf of six candidates, Joslah
Bowtellc, (tho well-known conductor on
tho llutland railroad) S. E. Baird, S.
Coolldgc, Col. Ilussell Hyde, Quartus
Morgan and J, D. Perkins. Tho result of
the examination Is not yet known.
An Interesting Work. Wo learn from
tho Manchester Journal, that tho venerable
Hon. Leonard Sargent Is engaged In repro
ducing the fammi3 Boom trial, which
occurred moro than a. half a century ngo,
which caused so great an excitement and has
since been so prominently quoted ns tho
most remarkoblo caso lu history. It will
be remembered that after tho parties were
tried for murder, convicted partially on
their own confession and sentenced to ho
executed, the man Colvln supposed to be
murdered, was found nllvo and unharmed.
Governor Sargent was counsel for the ac
cused, was familiar with the wholo
transaction, and Is probably tho only living
person who can accurately give a state
ment of tho nffalr as It occurred. It is to
bo published In pamphlet form nt the ofllco
of tho Manchester Journal, nt tho price of
fifty cents per copy. It will find its way
Into tho library of every lawyer, ns a book
of reference, and prove Interesting to the
general reader as a narrative of one of the
most extraordinary criminal trials on
record. Especially will It have n large cir
culation In Vermont.
Tin: Export of Sit.vjce Gum. An en-
tcrpilsing yankce Is making the Spruce
Gum of Vermont nn article of expoit.
Ho located among the Stratton and Peru
gum groves, ns the Bellows Jalls 1 tints
calls them, where, ho has labored since the
1st of March last. Ho has since that
time shipped to Portland, Maine, 1,850
pounds of spruce gum and paid out for
assistance in gathering, etc., about 820
he received from fiO els to 1.60 per pound
for it. If it averaged him 1.00 per pound
he has earned over 1,800 Inlcss than three
months. Is not the gum trade worthy of
attention in Vermont by Us own citizens?
1'iir. Trnr. Maggie Mitchell look the
rst money nt the Island Park Haocs, Troy,
on Thursday last, Hank York second,
oung Otsego coming in third. The race
as full of Interest from the stait.
A Bold Attempt at lloiinr.iiv. The
louse of Bryant Penroy, In East Itoches-
r, N. H., was entered on Tuesday night
ind a tin tiunk containing 10,000 woitli
f valuables was taken. The robber be
anie alarmed and ictieated, leaving Ids
at and boots and dropping the trunk in
ie street, where It was found in the morn-
Mien Si Drew, 27 Merchants' How, ate
gents for tiie Elm City Shirt. Shirts cut
nnd mado to order. Clothing, lints, Caps,
runks nnd Bags.
llutland, Vt., Juno cth, 1S73.
PAIGE & (.'HOOKS, Druggists, Merchants'
How, nro selling Raw Unseed oil nl I.osper
gollon i boiled Unseed oil, $1.10. Strictly puro
Forest Itlver Lead at 13 cents per pound ; Spirit
Turpeutlno at so cents per gallon; Kerosene
Oil at 30 cents. And nil other goods In their
lino cheaper time any one elso In llutland coun
ty, for cash. Call and see them before pur
chasing elsewhere. Commi'mcated-
DENNISON'tf PATENT SHIPPING TAOS.
Over 200 millions have been used within tho
last ten j curs, without complaint of loss by tag
iccoinlng detached. All Express Companies
uso litem, sold by Printers and btniioners
(JLOI1E l'APEIt CO. RUTLAND,
Junc!3dw-&tf Wholesalo Agents.
For Loss of Annetlte. Dvsncnsto. Indigestion.
Denresslon of snirlts and General Debility. In
their various forms, Fenro-Fliosphorated Elixir
of Callsaya made by caswei.i.. iuzaiui x Co.,
New York, nnd sold by all druggists, is tho best
tonic. As a stimulant tonic for patients recuv
crlng from fever or other sickness. It has no
equal. If taken during the season It prevents
lever nnd ague and other Intermittent leers.
j 11 iw-
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
Tho llaxtcr National llank, at llutland In
the stale of Vermont, at the close of business
on tho 13th day of June, 1813.
I.0.1H3 and Discounts S310.Hi 37
U. s. liotuls to secure circulation 300,000 oo
Huo from approved redeeming nnd re
serve, agents, ss,323 so
Duo from other National Hanks 5,50a 30
rurnlturo and fixtures, 4,01101)
Premiums paid 17,10000
Checks and oilier cash Items 1,231 12
Hills of National Hanks lunsn po
Fractional Currency 1,371 41
:.egal Tender Notes, 22,000 00
.'anltnl stock mid In
Proilt and loss
Circulating notes received irom
commroiier 270.000 00
Less am't on hand and
with comptroller for
burning 2.935 00
Individual deposits subject to check.
I. 0. 11. llottum. Cashier of "Tho linxter Na
tional Hank, of Hutlancl, vt.," do solemnly swear
that tho abovo statement Is true, to tho best of
my knowledgo and belief.
(1. 11. I10TTUM, CASIIIEK.
Attest: JOHN N llAXTElt.l
II. II. HAXTEIi, - Director.
V. C. LANDON, j
STATE OK VF.HJIONT,)
County or kctlami. )
Sworn to and subset Ibed befoio me. this
twenty-eighth day of June, 1 sjs.
inMil uliauiv, -oroy j'titiir.
TE 'OUT OF THE CONDITION Of
-I.V itie First National Hank of l-'nlrhaven, at
l-'alrhaSen. In tho statuof Vermont, at tlio eloso
ot business on tho lain day of June, 1873.
Loans nnd Ulscounts $149,155 so
overdrafts l.sos oo
U. H. bonds to secure circulation 100,000 00
Duo from nnnK cd redeeming and re-
servo nc-eiits. .
Huo from other National banks.,
uu-L-hs aim oiuer cusn iiems.,..
mils or National banks
Legal tender notes
Capital block paid In (not accepted
$2,700) $102,700 00
Surplus fund 23,450 80
I'rullt nnd loss 0,000 33
circulating notes received from comp
troller 90,000 00
Less nmount on hand unit
w in comnlrol er for burn
ing 2.MJO O0 K7..NIII (HI
Dividends unpaid 330 00
Individual deposits subject to check. . 38,030 65
Hemand certllleares of deposit 20,7s2 50
Cashier's checks outstanding 5s,sio 05
Dun to National banks... , 017 -11
E. II. l'helns. Cash er ot "Tho First Na
tional Hank of l alrhaven. Vt.." do bolemnlv
swear that tho nbovo statement Is true, to tho
ue&vui my miuwHUKO aim ihmici.
1.. ii, 1'iu.un, uabiiiku.
I ISA C. ALLEN,)
III. MAVNA1ID, W
.. C, ELLIS, J
STATE OF VERMONT,!
County or Hutlanii. I
Sworn to and subscribed beforu me, this
twenty-seventh day of June, 1673,
F. V. WILHHlt, .Votary I'uUlt.
IjOUND. A porlmonnalo containing n
. bum of money, which tho owner can hno
uy calling at Bpaiucung x co.'s, no, 1, Mer
chant's Ituw, llutland, vt. Je30d3dl:wlw
WKAS, from no cents to 51.75: also fresh
X (IroundtOFFKU, nt
H. W. MAHHIIALL'S
Comer ot drovo and West Bts.
T70H HENTi Ono first-class tenement,
A . Hltuato near tho depot. Wutcr and all
moaeru unproi cments. Terms reasonable.
Jc87dood3d M. J, VHANC1SCO.
Chroinos, IJthogrophs, uud
Drowned nt Burlington.
liunt.iNOTON, Vt., Juno 29.
William Ecclcston, foreman of steamer
Ignatius Tyler, fell from n small boat Into
the lake near Champlaln dock here this
afternoon and was drowned. The deceased
was n native of Devonshire, England, nnd
22 years of age. Ho had 110 family and
has been in the country but three weeks.
Poiiti.ash, Me., Juno 20.
Lewis II. Wagner, the Isle of Shoals
murderer, was arrested by a farmer In
Faiinlngton, N. H., about thirty miles
from Alfred, Me., on Saturday afternoon
between four nnd five o'clock. Ho called
nt tho houso of W. P. Tanner and asked
for something to cat saying ho had eaten
nothing for several days but n few plums
nnd berries which he found In tho woods.
He was foot sore and weary. While he
was eating his supper Tanner suspecting
ills Identity went out nnd called some neigh
bors to assist in arresting him. When he
returned Wagner had finished eating and
had started off into tho woods ngahi but
was pursued nnd captured. He will bo
taken to Alfred to-morrow.
SI'AXISII I'OI.ICIKS ANNOUNCED.
MAiiiilD, Juno 28.
Senor Pi Y Marg.ill announced In the
Colics yesterday that Ids policy was un
changed. Notice was given that the gov
ernment would present n bill for immediate
abolition of slavery lu Cuba, and that the
same political privileges would bo granted
to the colony as were enjoyed by the peo
ple of Spain. Tlio announcement was re
ceived with cheers. Minister Marine an
nounc'cd as a measure ofjCConomy,the sup
pression of the admlrality and tho discon
tinuance of tlio Mediterranean struadnm.
The liTcconoilablcsthreaten to take up
arms it the Ministry is f mined exclusively
of the members of the ltlght. The author
ities have made preparations to repress
disorder, and have stationed 11 corps of
civil guard around thopalace of the Cortes,
HEITAT or CAm.lSTS.
The report of the defeat by Gen. Cabii
nesty of the Carlist forces under personal
command of Don Alphonn is officially
confirmed. Intcrnatlonalsnro losing ground
liui.i) ah ii:iso.i:i:s appointment.
Tlio Cureo of Santa Cruise still holds as
prisoners Mayor Vlrlntoannd tho corres
pondent of I.o Pays and will only release
them on condition that France gives up
two Carlist officers.
Senor Costadu has been appointed Min
ister of Public Woiks.
St. Pi:ti:i:iu'i:u, Juno 20.
An olllclal telegraphic dispatch from
General KauITnian announces that the capi
tal of Khiva was occupied by Russian
forces on the 10th of June. The Kolm of
Khiva lied to Youinandow.
HIE OASl.IST IlATILn I.OanEs.
Maihmd, Juno 20.
General Nouvclhw telegraphs that Cas
tanous' loss in his recent engagement with
Cm-lists near Panipelona was 20 killed, 100
wounded and 100 missing, while that of the
rebels was 100 killed and -100 wounded,
sr.vr.im i:Ai:riKUAKi: IN itai.y iwtai, con-
Fi.ohence, Juno 20.
Strong shocks of earth(iiako wero felt in
North Italv at live o'clock this morning.
The motion was severe in Vienna and
Verona, and caused a panic and' several ac
cidents in those cities but 110 minus dam
age was done to persons or property. At
other points shocks wcio more violent and
their effect disastrous. A dispatch from
Troviso reports that at Felette, near Coney-
iano, about Ilo miles north of Venice, a
church was destroyed by earthquake and
38 persons killed, and in four villages near
Vittoria fourteen persons were killed and
injured. Great damage was also done in
tlio town of Belluno, 011 the river Piare, fiO
miles north of Venice.
Chicago, Juno 28,
An unsuccessful utlempt was mado last
night to throw a southward bound Illinois
Central train olt tho track south of
Freeport by placing tics across tlio track
NewYoek, Juno 23.
A boy aged twelve, son of John Molson
of Washington, D. C, accidentally shot
and killed himself witli his father's pistol
during his parents absence nt n funeral
Good Sanitary Itule.
PoitTLAXD, Oregon, Juno 28.
The council havo adopted the San Fran
eisco cubic feet of air ordinance requiring
500 cubic feet of air space to every lodger.
Tlio ordinance is i sanitary measure de
signed to prevent tho close herding in Chi
nese lodging houses.
Complete anarchy pievnlls in the Turk
ish provlnco of Bosnia, caused by the per
sccutlon of Christians by tho Mahoinino'
dans. In ono district of the piovhieo two
linndred and seventy Christians wero mur
dered within six weeks, and tho perpetra
tors remain unpunished. No off 01 Is have
been mado to secure their arrest.
Teuiib Hautk, Ind., Juno 20,
Hubert Wilson, ono of the proprietors
and ono of his employers wero Instantly
killed by tho explosion of a holler In a saw
mill a fow miles from this city, last night,
Several persons were Injured, one it Is
New Yciiik, June 2!).
A member of u signal party 011 Mount
Washington, named Seely, was severely,
perhaps fatally Injiued, by a fall on Satur
day. TWO MKN DUOWNKll,
Two young mou namcdCharles B. Hnlr
and llichard Hlgney ,wcrp drowned In
Gencsseu river nt llochester, to-day, the
former whilo bathing, the latter capilzed
out of a boat.
New Yornc, Juno 28.
Warden Brown of the Center street hm.
pltal has been removed for 1mm oner treat.
mcnt of female patients.
OKN. HOWAHD TO UK Sl'Kil.
It Is again reported from Wnshlhutoii
that Attomey-Gcnernl Williams will com
mence suits against Gens. Howard nnd
Bullock for monies which arc aliened to bo
due the government.
V Bcilln dispatch says the cholera has
appeared In that city, and two deaths from
the disease occurred vesterdav. The In.
habitants nie reported to be greatly
i:ighty.fivo hunched emlnrnnts h.ivn
arrived nt this port last week.
A case of aslatlc cholera isreiioitcd in
Passaic city, N. J.
Yesterday afternoon a team of hoises at-
tached to a coach containing lw o servants
and children of Mr. Fleet, son-in-law of
ex-Mayor Kalbllelsh, took flight In Pros,
pect Pnik and ran nwny. The conch cup
sized and one ot the children In-tantly
killed. One servant had his leg nnd arm
Mexican lioiinun hepokt.
A AVnshlngton special says the Mexican
border commission haslodgcd a final repot t
with tho state department. Four hundred
cases have been examined, aggregating in
amount only $11,000,001), and iiot $50,000,-
000 as has been lepresented.
A. strange mystery Involving nlleged dis
appearance of eighteen helpless children
who had been committed 11s infant paupers
to public institutions on BlackweU's Island,
is being Investigated by commissioners of
charities. The little creatures, it is said,
weie farmed-out to a lady nnd she seems
to be unable to tell whether they nie living
John O'Brien was futallv stabbed in Ho-
boken, last night, by n ruffian heating the
same name as himself. A murder without
A six-handed billiard mutch was plaved
ut living Hall, last night, between the
players nt the International tournament.
Garner, Daly and Joe Dion played against
Decry, Ubassy and Cyrillo Dion,thc former
cceiving 327 to the Intters 213.
flu: -News says Oliver Charlock has
brought u suit against the Times for alleged
libel in ten different articles published in
that paper within the space of ono month,
$10,000 being laid in each case.
Lust night a light look placo in John
McGaffncy's rooms, No. 505 West Nine
teenth street, dining which James Fitpat-
ick, of 15th street, was thrown from a
window to the area below receiving fatal
The Yellow Stone Exploration.
New York, Juno 28.
Full details lime been received here
from Fort lllcc, Dakota Tenltory, of tho
Yellow Stone expedition, now underway
for explorations through central Montana.
It comprises 0110 thousand and nine bun
dled men and two hundred and 11 ft v
wagons under the supreme command of
MaJ. Gen. Stanley, Gen. Custer command
ing tlio cavalry. Sixty days' substinence
and forage will be taken up tho Missouri
and Yellow Stone rivers and meet the
command ut the mouth of Powder riur.
Tho officers and men arc limited to the
smallest possible quantity of baggage.
Each soldier carries two hundred rounds of
ammunition. Thiity Indian scouts and
eight half lnceds, as guides, accompany
the expedition. Its objects nie: First, to
serve as cscoit for the survey and location
ot the Northern Pacific road j second, to
intimidate mid subdue the Indians who are
hostile to tho introduction of this road :
third, to make a thorough scientific Inves
tigation of tho traversed region which has
never yet been explored, nnd which it is
expected will furnish a rich field for study
and research, especially in its zoological
and geological features.
The Indians ami Commissioners.
WASHINGTON, Juno 21.
A letter from tho lied Cloud Agency
dated Juno 20th, says tho malnobjcct of tho
visit of the Indian commission was to In
duce the Indians to relinquish the posses
sion of vast tracts of unceded lauds held
by them in Nebraska and Wyoming, but It
was not deemed advisable to present the
subject. Tlio temper of tho Indians being
unfavorable to a discussion In tlio matter
and therefore the commission contented
themselves w ith obtaining removal of the
agency lrom its present location on Noith
Platte, thiity miles below Fort Laramie,
northward to White river.
TIT FOK TAT.
Tho Indians demanded cloven hundred
stand of aims, best pattern, with plenty of
ammunition. Tho commission could only
agree to ask the Great Father to Issue ten
guns to each of tho cloven bauds of Sioux
represented in council, lied Cloud wanted
n hundred white squaws sent out for his
young men, for as many white men had
married Indian squaws and afterwards left
them and their chlldieu on tho hands of
the tribe to bo provided for, which did not
strlko him as 11 proper thing.
Hung liy Committer.
Cincinnati, June 2S.
1). J. Heffren who killed Dr. Halstead
at Balcm, Ind., Juno 20th, was hung at
Salem by a vigilanco committee last night.
Aliianv, Juno 2S.
Governor. l)ix has sent to tho office of
the Secretary of State the following bills
without his signature To prevent extor
tlon by gas companies, itelatlvo to tho
caro ot lands and buildings known us the
Washington headquarters, at Newburgh.
To amend tho several actH in relation to
state prisons. A general water company
bill. To amend tho charter of thu Now
York and Queen's county bridge company,
To authorize tlio construction and uso of a
railroad In liroo'clyn.
. PomxANi), Oregon, Juno 28.
Tho small pox Is on tho increase hi San
1' ranelsco. Ten fresh eases yesterday,
THE (.REIIIT MOIIIUEII SUIT.
Wasiiinuto.v, Juno 28.
The Attot'licy-Gcnernl denies that Hor
ace F. Clark was cited In tho bill In equity
With the understanding that both ho and
the Credit Moblller company would lemaln
tieuttnl hi Hie suit.
lu settling accounts of us.cssois of Inter
nal revenue before those officers retired,
Commissioner Douglass nsrei tallied that
In somo InMniKOS assistant assessors had
charged for double duty when they noted
ns gungeis. Ho Immediately directed that
but one salary be allowed them, though In
nil cases he allowed 11 greater nmount for
OKN. VAN IU'REn'h CASE.
No action against Gen. Van Huron has
been contemplated by the government.
Nothing appeared to show that ho is guilty
of any dishonorable proceedings, but rath
er that ho did not porsess tho requisite cv
ceiitlve ability to conduct business entrust
ed to him, and misplaced confidence in one
or more of ids subordinates, especially Mr.
Mycr, and hence the cause of Irregularities
which hao had so disastrous an effect on
the American featuies nf the exposition,
both morally and In the articles contrib
uted. SEI.I.INO of 001.11. . j
Secretary Iiichardson has directed tho
assistant treastiicr of Now York to sell du
ring July one million of gold on flic first,
second, fourth nnd fifth Thursdays each,
ami one and a half millions on the third
Thursday, and purchase half a million of
bonds on the third Wednesday of the
HIE TI1EATV PROCLAMATION.
Tho President's proclamation has been
prepared to be Nsued on the 1st of July an
nouncing Ongoing into effect on that day
of the articles from 18 to 25 inclusive, of
tho treaty of Washington, necessary legis
lation having lied! adopted on tlio part of
tlio Imperial Parliament of Great Britain,
the legislatures of Canada and Prince Kd
wards Island on the one side and by Con
press of the United Stales on tho other.
New York-, June 23.
The commencement exercises of Hochcs
tcr University began this evening w ith the
delivery of tho annual sermon by llcv. C.
W. Wood of Brooklv.
New York-, Juno 2S.
Yesterday at Philadelphia, tho commit
tee of conference appointed to mnko ar
rangements for tho formal transfer of
Fail-mount Pari; grounds to tho United
States Centennial Commission on tho com
ing Fourth of July, held a meeting to make
arrangements. The First divWon of tho
National Guard will turn out. A stand for
the accommodation of l,fi00 persons will
bo erected in thoeentic of the Landndowno
track. The United States Board of Fi
nance has 'united President Grant and Cab
inet, the General of the nrniy, tlio Centen
nial Commission of Congicss, Governors of
state:) and territories, United Stales Sena
tois from this and adjoining states, the
Governor and Seciclary of Pennsylvania,
Speakers of both Houses of tlio Legisla
ture and others. The guests will be re
celced at fl o'clock p. m., In Independence
square, by tho city authorities. After that
they will be driven to tho Park, escorted
by the city troops, to witness the transfer,
by the Hon. Monton McMlchacl, of the
grounds, four hundred and sixty-live acres,
to Hon. J. It. Hawley, President of the
Commission. A gi and display of fireworks
will follow, and the whole will end in a
banquet nt which President Grant will be
CiNciNNA'ii, June 21).
The Tiirnfest was concluded and the
prizes distributed to-day. Six to eight
thousand people visited the festival grounds
Death of n Congressman;
I!o ion, June 211,
Hon. Win. Whiting, Member of Congress
from third district, died this evening nt
Boston Highlands, of Inflammation of the
Havana, Juno 29.
It Is ru nioied that Gen. Qucsada lias
landed in Cuba and taken command of tho
the Insurgent foices,
Xcw Cable Spliced.
Nr.w Yoisk, June 2S
A Heart's Content special says tho shore
end of tlio cablo will be spliced to-day.
The mechanical part of the enterprise) lias
been throughout its prosperous as could
Nashville, Tcnn., June 20.
Ten deaths fi 0111 cholera reported to-day.
HUITAIA), Juno 23,
Win: it The market dull ; sales of small lots
Canada at 1,70 ; No. 1 Milwaukee sptlng quoted
nt 1,41(3,1,45; No. 2 Milwaukee nt l,3(i; No. 2
Chicago spring at 1,35 ; while ranada at 1,05 to
1.70: whlto Michigan nl l.TOrtl.W.
Coun Hull and weak ; sales of T.ooo bu. No. 2
at42o : lo.ooodo. nt 4:1c, 2,oo)bu do. ln lots nt
o vis (inlet ; snlcs r.,000 bu. ; No. 2 West ern
ai o-ic ; iniuiaui ; iiem acme uy inu quail
Itlv. HA111.KV Is steady ; Canada nt (WW 0e ; No. 2
Western nt 9J( 95c ; two-row cd slate at 84,(ssc',
four-row eu (10. nc yoc.
uvk Nominally nt soe.
Hat ley malt stronger; sales Westci 11 at tl
1,10; prime Winter Western nt 1,10,1,15 ; prime
waniuiaui i,iui i,w.
Hie malt held at use.
Tho balance ot tho mm ket Is unchanged.
I'HEiniiTs Wheat inv,c. corn UMc, oats Obi
to New York. The following hid tho receipts
nnd snipmciusni. 1111s port, ior inu p.isc twenty
four hours :
1-iour, bbls 17,500
Wheat, hush 450,117 loi.ssn
corn, bush isii.iM tiflii
oats, bush S9,40o 37,iau
Hje, bush S.'.soo 1,130
It) Hm Cable,
l'liiNKioiir, J 11110 SS 12111. Honds ooq, lor Is.
sue 01 1,2.
Lonpon, Juno ss, 12 111 consols opened at
91', for money, account VJ), Honds '05s, old,
V2Ti ; 'eis, ; lu-ios, mi':; ncw-ns rc. r.ue
19",. Helmed petroleum 14,,
LivKiirooi- June 2S. 12 111. Cotton oneneil
Irregular. Uplands Mi; Orleans ',, sales
CSlUUniCU 111 iU,UOO DUICS,
IMiiia, Juno as, 12 m, Hemes tar, doc.
London, Juno 2S, 12:30 p. 111, Ten-forty bonds,
so, ; i-.rio
LivEiirooi, Juno 2S. 3 ti.in.dttnn closed un
changed. Hales 15,000 bales. Speculation nnd
e.vpou D,euiiiiiuN, oreaascuiiti quiet.
(!lilriiir t.'iiltlu .llnrhrt,
OA1TI.B lteeclpts !f,400head. Tho market Is
dull. Hales fair to good thoiough Texnns nt
3 25ii53 45i good to extra nntlvo steers at f 5 15
(JO 00, BiupuiciiiH ,isuu uenu.
Hoas Itcccipts 10,000 head. Tho market Is
dull and lower. Bales coiniion to cholco at
U 25(34 T5, closing weak. Shipments 10,500
Mrtv York Stock nun Kinney Mnrkct,
New Vonit, June S3,
stocks nro firm and dull,
(fold Is steady nt 115j,'3U5K.
(lovernment bonds nro very quiet.
Htnto bonds nro dull and steady.
Money Is quiet at 64 percent. '
SrKClE ((ONE ABROAD.
Specie shipments to-day 2,4,ooo, of which
$301,000 was silver bars.
Blocks are dull and linn,
(lold quoted quiet at 115,','QIIB.
loi eminent bonds am very quiet.
.S'lalo bonds dull nnd quiet.
-Money easy nt 40 per cent.
Tho following nro tho quotations :
V. . c. 'SI reg 110!4-
11. H, os '81 coupon, mw
II. H. Mos V,J reg.,110
tl. H, 5-20S C2 coup. 110
11. H B-S0S '0lcotln.il 7
II. H. 5-20S V.5 0lcl..ll8
II. H. B-20S 'C5 nCW.120
Chicago X North
ns A' II.
.MIL X .St. Paul,.,
11. n. o-aos '07 120:
II, H. 5-20S 'OS 120,
II. S. 5s new luW
T. W. X V
tl. N. 10-40S leg.... 113
II. H, 10-40S coupon. ill
Port Wayne 92X
Uelawnro and Hud
son Canal 11S
..ii.ji, uiiu xuriu
do. preferred... 25
Chicago Alton.. losv
do. preferred... 110
Ohio ft. Mississippi, BS
lcl.,Lnck. West. 97 f,
Krlo 2 m
C. C. X Indiana
C. II. X 103
Hannibal St. Jo-
do. preferred. 4S
Pacific Mail 87J,
Adams Hxnress... o.n. Union l'npirin
Wells, I'argo x Co. 70 (irants
American Sl.u.Hx. Income
..press 02 Tennessee Cs....
united .states lis- do. new..
press 711$ Virginia Cs
Iev ork Central do. new..
X II. H. II lOI'.MIssourl Cs
do preteired.... 71 Int. Joseph 92
Harlem 125 Ln. Cs 45
do. nrererreil . .11111 l.n. 04 nnw .in
Michigan Central., no Levco Cs 40
rannina 100 Ala. 83 so
Union IMclllc mma.ti th
Lake Shore X Mich iNorth Carolina cs. 211
..So... Si-l1. do. now. ir,
Illinois central. . . .ioa.14 LSouth Carolina 0s.. no
Cleveland X Pitts- do. new. isif
burg..., 8,,'i Hwhange, long. .,1091;
lUo. short no
.'i'W York I'roiliicn .llurkcl.
New Vokk, June 2S,
Cotton Market, u nuntnri nt otn fnr mi,'.
1 1.0UB. i ne Aint'Koi is quiet nnd KMtOc lower.
teCClMS 14.000 bbls. Slllns H.niin lilitu. smicMlnn
state and Western at ti.TOuiuri; common to
cliolco extra state fd,10T.!0; common tocholes
extra Western $5,T5w7.lr,j common to cliolco li.
11. yi. i.u(3,cu.
ItYP. l''r.neil. -tnrl.-nt n.ilnt k.iln. wnn
(HiAiN. .Market ls(pilet and llrm. A'ecelpts
29,000 bu. .Vales 15,0oo nl 1,M for No. 2 Jin.
wntikec : $1,43 for Xo. 2 Chicago j No 1 -Mil-
...i.muw, lu. nulla- rt-u esiern ; (rf ior
amber estem ; - for Inferior to choice
whlto western and state 1.1 1 tor for fancy. $1.40
ror spring and winter mixed; 1.20 for rejected
spring, scyu market Is quoted as quiet. He
eclpts c,ooo. Saios none S5(n sc.
coax market is without decided Chang.'.
y.'ccclnt.s 55.000 bUihew. .Vales M.iioo lm. nt r.?
53c. for new mixed Western; ".., for old
ML-niciii niiAi-ii auoai; t(u,tc. 101 01(1 do
store ; e. for yellow Western.
HtiuKV. Tho market Is quoted ns dull.
Receipts 0,000 bushels, .v.ilcs 0,000 bu. Canada
n ckuii in- ueiivereu.
Oats. Oat market is mmtcd stenilv.
y.'eceints 5'2.01IO hushelx. .v.iln nf.
ono bu. at -iSnMCjic. for new Western mixed;
f tr.r r.1,1 ...... I . ..-
mi .ti, iit.iviii ittiAi-u muiui 44(a4uc
lor black Western ; i& c. for new mixed state.
4txa 52c. for now Whtto Western.
Provisions. Pork market quiet. Sales 100
bbls. at 15,T5310.00 for, new mess; c for
old mess. Heef quoted quiet. Tho market for
cut meats Is quoted unlet.
j.mio. inarKci is quoted quiet, .Vales 300
lerees at es l3-1Ce. for steam; 1.1.. tor
Hen-Hi! Hutter Is quoted nt 25g23c. for fair to
Cheese. Cheese Is quoted nt mi
aow and old.
Wiiiskev. Tho market Is quoted at 03c.
per gallon free.
Dins. The market Is quiet nnd quoted nt is
l'.'c. for fresh.
I'ETitoi.Ei'M. sc. ror crude; lsvsisvc.
Coti.. Dome-die Is quoted nt t5.25rtto.Ks
per Ion per cargo.
1.EAT11KK. .MiirKer, dun, and in liuycrs' favor
lluenos Avres nndy.io (Jrande lie-fit. in iirare
weights nie quoted at 29C!80e.
Wool.. market is quoted as rather more nc
tlvo and unchanged. Domestic llceco at -isa&i ;
pulled 43? 17.
Cuicauo, Juno 2S.
Wheat Wheat actle and uisettled: Xn 1
spring nt 1,20; No 2 do at 1 20 on tho port or
seller Juno; No. a do at l,irjsi,lo; rejected at
coun corn is .steady anil very uttlo doing; No
2 mixed nt s.iin33c on the spot; rejected at soi
at tho canal ; 3-ic nlloat.
uvts inu mai-Kci is steady; no. 2 at 2S(ff
for fresh and regular 011 tho spot ; 24k!a25c for
uvr.-i-irm nnu in ra r demand nt r,o fnr
jiAiii.KV- uu et and unchanged nt 51 ! :r. fnr s'n
1'ouk- steady at 114 on tho spot or seller for
Linn In fair demand ntS.0Js.05 on tho snnt
MKATS Hulk meats Mp.lilv. s-nlp nf Oinnl.
tiers. aerago 15 lbs., nt dire ; short rib middles
atTs4'c, Uacou Is quiet and unchanged. No
1- itnioiiTs Cgrn to Hurfalo by lake Be. Wheat
tC.Kln.ntr,, 11.. 'Plm fl!n,.-l n.-.l...
and shipments nl this port forlhe past twenty-
1UIII 11UK1 -S .
l-'lnur, bills T.0O0 5,500
Wheat, bush so.ooo 02,000
Corn, bush 171,000 2.i,ooo
dats, bush co.ooo 130,000
Hye, bush 4,000 5,000
Hal ley 000 1,000
riMIK SUIJSCIUHEU havinj; achieved
J. something of a reputation nsa
1'IIOTOG It AP II Kit
in these United States of North Aineilca, re
turns thanks for tho
by tho wholo people.
.Making First-Class woik. mv sneelalltv I
would ln Ite, ns many of you wishing that kind
of work, to " bare n hand" and help us lwosttho
The lloom Is newly re-lltted nnd refurnished
and you w 111 Had It qulto pleasant to w Idle nw ny
11 low ueuiiiig luuiueni.s ns we go uaveiiugou.
You win nnd my
l'Ol'.Cr.t.AlNS ASH IMITATION I'OUCKLAl.NS
mado up to pleaso all and at less rates than
ever, iso expenso or pains spared 111 toois,
cnemicais or auyiiuug going 10 mnKP up
' A GOOD MKKNKSS
as It Is my motto to please, It I do not niako a'
WITH THE KXl'KlllKNCE ol' EK1I11KKX YKAUS
and most ot that tlmu In Holland, I Hatter my
self that I am what 1 am,
A LIVING J1U(J AMONGST YOU.
1! O I) 51 S 1 N
0 Ii A 11 IC ' H U h OCK,
(Corner Merchants' How and "West Streets,)
.IAS. O. MEHRELL,
ClIAS. A. W1I.MOI3.
(Late of Philadelphia)
Junois dwsm Assistant.
T NO. 2U MEHCIIANT.V HOW,
ALL KINDS Ol' HOOKS
I) OWN! DOWNII
3 lbs. HYSON TEA for 00 cents.
a lbs. oolong TEA for do cents.
3 lbs. YOUNG HYSON TEA for $1.00,
Valencia Halslns, 10 cents per lb.
Lover UnlMns. l'ieeuls nerlb.
ltu'ttnnd and Wevmnuth Nails. Cutlery. Flour.
ideal and drain, and 11 thousand things too nu
merous lO ineillion, as long wiuuy uuvcriiso
ments cost, which customers, Indirectly, havo to
1 " JAMES Ii. (ILYNN.
llutland. Vt. Juno 19. pinclD dXwlm
mWO llllll.LIANT BOOKS KOIl Can
X vassers and Halcsmou 1 Hrynnts ' Library
of Footry and Bong," and Miss Heeeher's "Now
Housekeeper's Manual." Hotli selling last and
fnr. Ktcluslvo Territory! liberal terms. J.I).
FOHI) x CO., New York, Boston, Chicago and
nun luiiviscut juuoii uw-iu
Q.HAND IlEDUCTION IN PRICES
Ut'ItT X SIIKIIMAN'S .
PARASOLS, fit'JJ ttMMIKLLAS, PAHASOLS.
The most extensive dlsnlnv i,f Run Di,n,iM
ever shown In llutland, from 25 cents to $12.
Call and see our beautiful slmdcmr pn mania
In silk nnd satin, made to order exeiuuivon- f,.r
Hon' fnnret Ihat. Hurt A: Hhermnn ore Rtltt
ferlntf those elee-nnt. hlnclr f-llk.M tn nil llii.
dlffeient brands nt extremely low prices.
LADIES' LINEN" SUITS
For 17.25, formerly sold forlio,
JO CENT COt'XTKH.
"ods 1 in all the new styles and shades from
" ...ii. iljii t.JUllll'l.
Splendid bargains In our shawl department
lilch Is superior tonnyoutsldo tho large cities.
An elegant slock of LLAMA LACE SAC'Qt'ES
Shaw is, irom vs to 7n.
I'HINTS, lOJf. PIHNTS, 10,
... un u u U1.-.S1. Kiiiui-n. 111 laec uu 01 our large
and well selected stock of domestics equally
low. Tho cheapest placo In town to buy Dress
(foods, .shawls, Hosiery, Oloves, Domestics, xc.
CW" New floods opened every week In our dlf
-May 1, 1ST3. HL'HT & HIIEItMAN
Q.EO. AV. HIIililAItD,
37 MEHCII ANTS' HOW.
iJliO.Ono IN DItV GOODS ! !
Largest assortment of IIHESS COODS In
500 DltTerent Slyle DHHSS OOOHS-25 cents
;to $l.on per yard.
100 pieces 'ALPACCAS and UISILLIA.NTEEYS
Ml shades ot IHISH poplins.
Assoilment nf JAFANEsi: l'OPLINSi
300 Diaerent Stylo SHAWLS,
100 pieces Cloths for Suits and Boy's Wear.;
11ED TA11I.E DAMASK,
IWHITi: TAULE DAMASK,
C"fc"Xoiiu should fall to irlcn us a call befnie
GEO. W. 1IILL1AHD,
37 Slerchants' Ttow RUTLAND.
PRING GOODS. SPRING GOODS.
KINSMAN X HOSS
Wish to say to tho nubile that thev havo now
open for inspection the best line ot Spring
Goods, they e er offered.
HOSIERY, OLOVES, XC7,
An;elegant lino of
SILK AND WOOL POPLINS,
"HUTTERICK'S CF.I.EIIRATEI) PATTERNS'
Cat nnd examlno our new lino of goods.
KINSMAN X ROSSI
myld3m No. 3 Jleichants' Row, Rutland.
Q A. PAllKIIUHST Ss CO.,
Extensive Dealers lu
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
Ami n completo assortment of
NOTIONS AND SMALL WARES,
33 MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND. VT
Wo toko pleasure ln Informing tho trading
P.lblle Unit It Is our iilin to keep tho best select
0 1 stock ot Goods In our lino to bo found In tho
8'ate, We nio constantly replenishing our
shlos with tho principal staple Novelties ot
tlis Season, making our lsnibllslimeut thk
bkjt for your Interest from which to purchase,
your lillY goods.
Wo hnvo the Rest Hargnlns In
An extcnslvo assortment ot
For Men aid;nijV wear.
KIDS at $1.00, $1.25, l.tso, $t,75 Per Fair.
Call for tho JACQUELINE CORSET best llttlng
Our prices are stuo to give satisfaction.
C A. TARKIIURST & CO.,
majldtt RUTLAND, VT.