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VOL. I ....NO. f8
O. T. C II O H S,
Manufacturer ot iinil Dealer 111
riMMiiNu i.riin:it, simn(im:h, lath,
I 1 AIT.OAHIW, ANIIHI'lirrHI.UMIIint,
noons, sash, iii.inhs Mori.n
IN(IS, hhackhts, win
. -i . it s i. lug of nil klinW, linhlhg, Matching
mm. I til.iini; dune lii oilier. Ynrd ami Mill Cor
ner of 1 mini ami 1'iirii.ico Slioeis, near rreljflit
Depot, llutland, Vf,
1. It O K K It ,
it nnoM) srnv.v.T, si'.w vonv.
stocks, (lovermncnts nnd Hold bought and sold
tr Interest allowed on deposits, mnyl'idtf
(i. ii. m o it i: nous u,
Opposite Central House - - HVTI.ANIi.Vt.
IH'TLAND M ANITA CTl'KINO COMPANY,
Manufacturers mid wholesale dealers 111
WOOD AND CHAIN SEAT CHAIItS, HUD
STEADS AND CHAIH STOCK.
Corner of West nnd Forest Ms,
1,. Atwooi), Act. (I. C. Ileum.!:?, Trens.
Manufacturer and wholesale ami retail dealer In
SASH, DOORS, I1I.1NDS,
MOrl.DINOS, HISACKETS, AND HOUSE I'l'Ii
01' EVK1IV 1IKSCUIITI0N.
1'litNACK STKKET, 111'TI.ASI), VT.
Orders by mall or otherwise promptly attend
ed to. myldtf
.1. .T. OUINDON,
1! I. A C If S M I T 11 .
Particular attention paid to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted. Shop on
WEST ST., NKAIt OLIVER MA11BI.E W011KS,
mayliBm lttiTI.ANI), VT.
LINCOLN IliON WORKS,
MaibloMlll and Hoisting Machinery of Hie
most Improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, eastings nnd general ma
steel and Iron WIro Itopo nt Manufacturer's
Itutland, Vt., May 1, 1ST3. hinylillf
A. II. 1IAWLKY,
coxtuactoii axi m actic.il m.atj:ii,
He Is prepared to do all work promptly and
well. Orders can bo left at .1. 13. (Nylin's store
on Merchants' now, or nt the ll.irdttell House.
Jlrftrtarn ltockwood ll.irrett, Itutland: L. M.
Mason, President of First National Hank, 11c
trult, Sllchlgaiii Hon. J., at. Marvin, Saratoga
L I V K It Y .
If you wish a nice TVHN OUT, go to
t. F. It IC1I A HI) SON'S,
(I.ato I). Whltcomb's,)
C'liNTKIl STIIUET, 11UTI.AN1), VUKMONT.
careful drivers nnd the llnest of Carriages.
Stables open at all hours. Horses baited.
m3iidtf . F. ItlCHAHDSOV, I'noi'niETOit.
IMTTSKOIU) V UltNAOK
.1. PltltilAltD, liiorniETOit.
CIIAIJCOAL l'IO I110N,
IiTTSKOliD, VT. mayldJin
.lOSKI'H II. (iUY,
S. HAYWAHH it CO.,
onon:itir.!, rnovisioNs, hay and wood.
Washington St., Uctlanp, Vr.
ami gininfl loomis.
A 1! D W I'. L L II O U S V, ,
'. Vl'.AMTOX, Proprietor.
Tim llAItDWni.L IIOUSH is located opposlto
the Depot, and lias long been favorably known
tnthn trnvellnL' nubile. It lias been recently
Improved, now nirordlng tho best and most
ample accommodation to guests.
Tho TAIII.U will bo supplied with all the
luxuries of the Season, anil ercry attention will
be pain to ino comion oi us imtroiis.
tends to mnko It a llrst-ciass' House altordlng
nil Iho comforts of a homo to the traveler. The
public patronage Is solicited.
A (iooD MVUUY In connection with the
Attentlro P011THHS will bo round at tho De
pot on tlio arrival of alt trains.
A ICE DUNJIOHK 1IOUSK,
K. 1'. HITCHCOCK, l'ltoi'itinrntt.
-I. W. POltTCIt. MANtOEII."
This well known undjiopular Hotel, situated
on tho shores or Iiko Duiimorc, has been re
cently put In thorough repair. Several new-
Cottages have been built and newly furnished.
and will bo opened Juno 1st, for the reception of
boarders and tourists. mayldlf
litKioitr Stheet, - Ill'TLAND, VT.
A lill-ST CLASS
M K A T l A It K E T
IX 1IOIKI. IIUII.DINO.
mayldJm J. K. JOHNSON, I'uoniiKTOK.
J. W. FISIIL'H'H
NEW DINING HOO JIB,
control llouso lllock, Merchants' How, '
Warm Meals served at all hours of tlio day
and evening. inayldsm
NEW DINING HALL;
In rooms formerly occupied by J, W. Fisher
KINdSLEY HI'HAHUE'H HUJCK, '
WAHM MEALS 8E1IVKD AT
A R M F O I! S A I. K .
A I'nrm of ino or 218 nrros, to suit the pur
cliaser. The lute leslitence of
Ai.riiui's koyce, or ohwell,
nnnnwit. Mtil. fiirm Is s tualod about one
mile 1101 111 of Orwell MU.ise, tiboit lliu SAino
dlstnnee from tlio Addison railroad, ( mile
from Hie urw ell cheese factory. Well watered
with good running wat er to 1 Ho house nml barns,
n (,'ooU two Mory house, barns nnd outbuildings
suitable for Hie place; a comonloht farm to
manage ; u ell calculated ror n dairy, and dcslr
nble situation. For further patticulars nnd
price, Inquire ot u ,,.,.. ..,,.
or.vell, .nine sotli, is". ' jciir.itod.tu svr
-jy.vitM for salt:.
.ni,l,..nrrni'fnr untntlielr farm. Sit-
uated about two miles from the Ullage of llel
lows Palls, on Iho Chester road, well known
JOHN CI.A11K 1'AIIM,
.i,.t..t..l.,r. nltmil tlii-no linmll-cd and llftV aCl'OS
otlnndi two dwelling houses, three barns and
wo lenani nouses, iicui inu iuiiiv.
i,,. in,.i,i iimiaeu nm new. Tho largo farm
housolias been thoroughly repaired nnd paint
ed, with new piazza In iront and end, new iron;
retire, all In the most substantial ami tasteful
manner, making It n desirable residence.
Nearly three-fourths of a mile of new water pine
from n ncier-falllng fountain supplies all tlio
OVHlt TWO '
has been expended within the past two years
on buildings and fences, besides the tenant
nouses, -rue innu is uuiipieu iu uu.- ihwihk ui
all kinds of crops. Some liny neres nro well
adapted lor tobacco. The land Is now under a
rnnii stain nr Riiiiirntlnn.br hating been fed
out a large amount of hay and grain tlio past
two years, wiucii nus nccu unmui. i" w
place, besides that which tlio farm has pro
duced. Tho eastern line Is tlio Connecticut
lver and tlio farm laying westerly, tiinucu nm,
lusture unu linage ninu, witn u mihu-ichi nui
Lv or wood Tor the premises. Situated so near
lliu village of bellows Falls a Milage growing
more rapidly than any place within tho State,
nnd with lis unlimited wnlcr power, which Is
rast being Improu'd, must continue to Increase
In n still larger pronoi Hon In the future makes
It the most desirable farm In these pnrts. Pos
session given Immediately, cxrept, the mill
yard, and that In one year. Inquire of the sub
scribers on tho premises; or Joseph Wilson,
firm of .1. Wilson k Co., near tlio ilejiot ; or li
tter A. Hopkins, ut West Uuperl, VI.
WILDKll tC HOl'KlNS.
Bellows Fulls, May 1, 1&T3, mM-iIlt
OEOHGK C. NKW.MAN,
HEAL ESTATE II K 0 K E It ,
Olllce : Derby 's lllock, 2d Floor Front.
First class lllagc and farm property ror sale
and to let. Money to loan on notes, inurtgages,
lire policies and other approved securities.
3ASTUKK LAND IN VITTSFOKD
Vnr s;iln or rent, tlnn liundred and twellty-
II vc neres or tlno PASTVHIJland located one. and
one-half miles from I'lttsfoid Village. Address
or call on li V. HITCHCOCK, under National
Uank or iiutianti, itutiauu. i. .mhj in
SUMMKU AltltANd HMHNT.
On nnd after Monday. Juno 2d. 1S73. trains
will run as follows, (Sundaj s excepted) :
00IM1 S0CT1I AND KIST.
Lcaro Itutland at 12:50 and 4:30 a. m., and 15:10
and r,:iMi p. in.
.ilAlt-. i-eaie igiicnsuui iu u:ni i. in., m.
Albans ut 0:20 a. ui llurllngton lit s:li) a. in.,
Port Henry at 8:35 a. in., Itutland at 12:to p. in.,
Uelimvs Falls at 2:31) l). in., arriving ut New Lon
don nt 9:30 p. m., connecting with steamer for
v lUlllv i;i'iii. 1,-nves ni iiviiiH ui
V:-ni U. 111., 1111 IlltHlw. ... iii.,iuiiiiia
Itutland nt 12:50 p. m.
sn p.m., liattsbu'rg ii:3n p.m., Montreal 3:30 p.m.,
St. Johns 4:50 p. in., St. Albans Ttsi) p. nl., llur
llngton U:10 p. m., HiiliaiKi 12:mi a. in., neiiows
alls, y:25 a. m., arriving at ew i.uniioii av ii:i
MI.i:i i kai. Leaves iitiriingion nt 2:1m p.
111., Port Henry 2:00 p. 111., nrruing in iiutianti
at 7:is) p. in. Leaves Itutland nt 4:3i) n. 111., Del
lows Falls 7:45. 11. in., (accommodation train), ar-
iving nt M-w ijiiuiiu at &:w j). 111.
MIXER THAI N. Loaves Itutland ntr,:fti) p. m..
an Ivlng In Hollows Falls at 10:00 p. 111.
Leaves llutland at 1:43 and S: 10 n. in., and 2:30
anil 5:05 p. m.
-ilAll.. lA-aves ."ew jiuuon at u:m u. in..
Sprlngllcld 6:l a. in., Iloston T:3u a. in., llellons
Falls 11:45., Itutland 2:3i) 11. in., arriving at Port
lenrv atT:3A p. m., iiiiriingiou (:nu p. m.. at.
Albans c:io p. m., Montreal U:45 p. in., Ogdens
burgl:i5n. 111., making connections with trains
for tho West.
isxiitissis Leaves iiinianii at 5:11.1 n. in., ar-
rlvlns at Port Henry at 7:35 p. in., St. Albans at
NKIIIT HXIilliSS. Leaves now ixnuon nt
2:15 p.m., Sprlngllcld nt K:l) p. in., connecting
with train leuMng New York ut 8:1x1 p. in.. Bel
lows Falls 11:20 p. in., connecting with train
leaving Iloston nt 5:30 p. m., Itutland 1:43 n. 111.,
llurllngton 4:40 n. 111., St. Albans c:lo, nrrivlng
In Montrcnl at 9:45 a. m.. Iialtbbiirg at 12:W in..
nnd Ogdensburi; at 12:35 p. in., connecting with
iliiius iui iiiu i i-ai.
mixed thain. Leaves ltuiianu at 5:411 a. m.
arriving at Port Henry nt 9:50 a. m. Leave llur
llngton nt 9:30 a. 111., St. Albans 18:00 111., arriv
ing in ugueusourg ut :ou 11. 111, aim pi. joiiiis 111
U:5o n. m.
MiXLi) TitAlN. leaves neiiows J-ans at 4su
n. 111., arriving in itutland at 9:20 a. in.
accommodation. leaves New i)nuon at
6:10 a. m.. Ilellows Fnllsii:oop.in., (mixed train,)
arriving 111 ltuiianu ui &: p. 111.
j rains icuo nurnnmou iroiinr easi. tor .10111
nclter. Ac at 0:55 a.m.. 12:3u p. m. und 7:55 11. in.
Trains leuvo Ilellows Foils going north, for
White ltlver Junction, Ac, at 8:30 11. m. and
11:45 a.m.. and 5:55 and 11:20 n. in.
connections. At iiuiianu Willi iicnssciaer &
Saratoga und llniicm Kxtenslon ltallroads; at
neiiows i-aus witn unesuiro itauroati ; at soiiin
Vernon with Connecticut ltlver ltallroad.
HJfSleenluif cars uro attached to nlirlit trains
between St, Albans and Troy, nnd llurllngton
unu jiosiou, tiii.i.n .Mi-.iutn.i-,
St. Albans. Vt.. June 3d. 1S73.
AltLEJI EXTENSION li.MLHOAD
CHANGE OP TIME
MJMMElt AHHANUHMHNTS. 1373.
On and niter Monday, Juno 80th, 1572, trains
will run as follows:
MIXED. Leaves Itutland nt 3:00 a. in., con
necting nt State Lino with train ror Troy.
MAIL. Leaves Itutland 9.30 a. in., nnd mak
ing close connections nt Chatham 4 Corners
with trains lor New York, Albany, Hudson, and
both east and west on 11. A. It. it.
MIXED. Lenvo itutland at 2.25 p. m., to lien
nlngton nnd Troy.
bUNDAY MILK THAIN (with passenger car
attached), Leuvcs llutland ut 7.30 a. in.
F A It II .
Itutland to New York - - - B
" to Albany 3 00
" to Hudson, .... il IH)
Stf'No lay over checks given.
AltHIVU AT HUTLAND.
Mall, 9.35 p. in.; Mixed, 12.0$ p. in.; mixed,
T.so p. m.
' 11-11, 1.1. tlt.n.
l, J, llltllj-, UI.
Itutland, June 14, 1S72. inayldwt(
IIAXTEH NATIONAL I1ANIC,
CAPITAL, - .
II. llEXKV I1AXTE1I,
It. V, I.0T1IK01',
J. N. 1IAXTE1I,
T. W. 1'Alllf,
(I to. 11. HOVCE,
(lEOKQK It, IIOTTl'Sr,
J. W, CllAMTON,
N. T. Bl'llAtltlK, Jll.
W. C. 11UNTON,
W. 0. IjlNPON,
Mndo and remitted for at Lowest Urates.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME pErOSITS.
A general Hanking and Exchange business
H. IIENKV IIAXTEH, PrCSt. J. N. 11AXTJIK, V. ITCSt
ueokuk it. HoTTi'M, Cashier.
-yyr E E K S 1- II A It II K II
AT NO. 1, Ol'KHA IIOU.SU UI.OCK,
Keep n full assortment of the following
HOUSE FUHNISHING GOODS.
FltKNCH CHINA WAUL',
TAiii.r. riLAss WAiti:,
S1LVEI1 1'LATKD WAItE,
PAINTHD TOILHT SKTS,
TASSLI.S AND CORDS,
IAMPS AND I.ANTLItS,
Wholesale and Hetall,
LAMP CHIMNUYH and HUItNEItS,
Wholesale and Hetall.
MATTltASSKS and LOVNOES, and
mayldtr DONE TO OltDKlt.
11UHNIIAM i.- TEMPLE.
We nro Aeents for the rollowing first class
Fire Insurance companies.
Aetna, Assets, fo.omi.noo
Home, N. Y
Insurance of No. America, l'hlla.
l'henlx, N. Y
These aro the best known of all tho companies
represented lu Itutland, and since wo hao
represented them they hare Mid wore maney to
tho citizens of Itutland and lclnlty l"i nil
other coniMtni?n combined.
This record prqyes tlielr stability and their
willingness to pay till proper claims.
Wo confidently expect a contlnuanco of tho
liberal patronage which these companies have
Wo also renresent tlio Travelers Life and Ac
cident Insuranco Company. We glvo a better
anu cnenjier iwncy man uny oiner 1.110 coin,
Call and see.
HUIfNIIAM i- TEMPLE,
onice, ppcra House, Itutland, Vt.
LAND MAIU1LE COMPANY,
WIltll.KSAl.R PRAI KI!S IX
1ILOCK tfc SAWED MAHBLE,
QUAItltlKS AND MH.I.S,
J. N. 11AXTER, Supt. WEST 1IUTL.ND, Vt,
All the grades of llutland Marble, In tho
.shape, of slabs or various thicknesses required
rcr t- uruuure, -iinutei, aim iiecoraiivc vvorK, us
well as Cemetery uses: also Cubic Stock for
Monumentnl nnd llulklliiL" nurnoses. Including
liases, ninps, uuu 1 osts, may uu louuu uu uur
yaru ut 1111 times.
Our extenslvo nrrnnifcments for tho produc
tion or Marble. In the wuv or Ounrrvlnir Ma
chinery, and Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
01 saws, piucu us in iiosiiioii iu htippiy uiu
wants ot tho Trade. Wholesale und lletntl
Dealers, llullders. Furniture-Men. and gen-
eral Manufacturers will nnd It to tlielr Interest
to favor us with their orders.
HUTLAND MA11I1LH CO.
TEAM STONE CUTTER COMPANY
Sole proprietors und manufacturers of Iho
STONE CHANNELING OH QUAllltYINO MA
For cutting stono Into various Mzes and dl
IN ALL KINDS OF (JUAHHIES.
OliiCK AND SIIOI'S,
JOHN W. CHAMTON, l'res't,
(IF.OUOU E. Hoycb, Treas.
CHAHLEH CLAHK, Sec'y.
(1KO. J. WAHDWELI. Supt.
QCRAP IRON AND STEEL, OLD
Marble Saws and Currency taken In ex-
chango lor Nails at tlio
mayldam UIITIjVNII NAIL WOHKH.
West of Lincoln Iron Works.
pLUMIJING AND GAS FITTING.
COI'PEU AND SHEET IHON WOHK.
Having leased rooms No, 15, Merchants' How,
In Storo with II. It. Dyer, I nm prepared to do
all work In my line In a workmanlike maimer
at reasonable rates,
I'LUMHINU AND OAS FITTINQ HOODS
supplied at tho lowest ratos.
SATISFACTION CI U A 11 A N T E EI).
If Orders by mall promptly attended to.
8. 1), JI2NNES8,
llutland, May 29, 1873,
DEAltHORN 18 AGENT FOR GAUD
NKH'H Perforated ChalrSeat, forrenovat
ni; over Cod-Flag or JlusU bottom chairs.
Please to call and see them.
drove lllock RUTLAND, Vt
RUTLAND, VT., TUESDAY
CSvoccHdS ami 'voviislons.
HIE CLOSING OUT HALE
Of a stock ot
GHOCIUtllCS AND PROVISIONS,
DOMESTIC DIIY HOODS,
HOOTS AND BHOES,
CltOCKEUY, (IISSWAHE, AC., AC,
II A ii 0 O M M E N G E D .
Will avail themselves nr the opportunity which
It ffords to replenish their stock or household
sir Every nillcle Is sold nt cost or less.
l'I.EAHK CAM. AND l.KAltX l'ltlOKS.
O. YV. CHAPLIN, .It!.,
No. 9, .MEKCHANTV ItOW, HUTLANH.
XHrOOD CHOPPERS WANTED TO
t cut !M) cords of hard wood In Mendon.
Annlv 10 (li.o.
W. CiiAi-i.iN, .In., Merchants'
How, Itul land.
S A L E !
Tlio subscriber lias a Candy apparatus com
prising u complete outfit ror mitliuructuiiiig
canny, which ue win m-ii iui u-.s-, uuiu uui.--u.ii.
the original cost. Also, one heavy Truck n-
gon, very cheap ! nnd une pair or nouuie worn
OI.U, W. UUAl'Llrt, -Ml.,
U Meichants' How.
Itutland. May 20. my2Cdir.
A; T. OA DEN
Wholesale and Hetall Dealers In
GROPEUJKS AND PROVISIONS,
,'ANNHD litltli'S, PICKLES, AC,
AND FANCY (IOODS.
Also, Dealers In
DHY (IOODS, SHAWLS, DIIESS (IOODS,
DOSIEHY, (II.OVES, Ac., AC.
An assortment or
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Constantly on hand.
MAIL STEAMEHS TO AND
S-"DHAFTS FOlt ANY AMOUNT ON Till!
H.NKS OF ENOLANl), IKHI.AND, SCOTLAND
COHNEH FHEKIIIT AN)! EVELYN -STS.
O L D It E D S T O R E .
atoonMM axj pjwvismxh,
cniui' roit cash.
mayllf Meiiciiants' How.
JIUL T ON MAR K E T,
JllUNlON K 11AVWA11II
All kinds of Meats.
Iish, Vegetables and
Fruits 111 tneir season.
Klngsley spraguo'.s lllock,
E E lb T U R N 10 It
SUOAll JlKFTXIXd COMPANY,
70 WALL STHEET, NEW YOHK,
Offer for sate all the various trades of Hellned
Sugar or Superior Quality nt the LawestMurket
Prices. A superior quality or While Sugar tor
uoniecuoners use. Also,
STANDA RD G It AN ULATED,
WHITE COPFEK A
COFFEi: EXTRA C,
And the lower grades of
r n l i 0 ir s u a a 11 ,
Orders to bo addressed to our ofllco In Now
York, 70 wan street, cor. rcuri.
Parties ordering 10 barrels can have them as-
Teh-S Thirty days, or Cash In T days, less
y$ per ceui.uiscuiiiii.
E. G, RANTER,
Tho subscriber oHers for salo tho
HOUSE AND LOT, 21 COTTAIIH STIIKHT,
Corner William Stroel.
llouso Is In good repair, contains is rooms, gas
and water above and below. lAicatlon di-slraule.
Cellar always dry and well ventilated. Uarn has
aecominodutlons for two Dorses, or horso nnd
cow. (lood barn cellar.
A portion of tlio furntturo will bo sold Willi
(ho douse It dessred.
Possepslon given nt any time,
c, II. FOltllliS.
Itutland, Juno 2d, 1873. dit
MOKNING, JULY 1, 1873.
NO. 15 MEIICIIANTS'
on nml Lead Pine. Portable and Statlonm-v En-
Ineaj Holury St earn, Force and Cistern Pumps;
.eallierand Ilubber Helling; ltubber Huso und
ai'Kiug; ituuoer t,vercoats, ttioves nnu Juli
us: nteain uuu w titer ttauges , w aicr, ntenm
11I (las l-iltlhL'S. nnd Flxtuies. all kinds! linx
and Soapstone l'acklnif ; Cotton Waste, I'lumu
STEAM, WATEH AND OAS FITTINO
Dono nt short notice, and nt pi Ices adapted to
llutland. May 1,1973 tnyld&wtf
'pAMPIIORINK" cures every pain,
vy ac. Try 11. notti uy uu uruggisis.
HHVHHN IIOYT. Prop'r. New York.
MONEY-MAKING HOOKS for Sum-mercanva-sslng.
Agents nnd salesmen
attention 1 llrynnt's Miliary of Poetry nnd
npv Housekeeper's Manual, uy jurs.
needier nnu Mrs. miowc.
llolh selling last and
far. Exclusive territory i
liberal terms. .1. 11.
Huston, Chicago and
out) it co.. New York,
'pSYCHOMANC'Y, or SoulCliarmluR"
j. How either sex may fascinate and gain
tho love and ulTectlons of any person they
chooso Instantly. This shnpto mental acquire
ment nil can possess, rree, by mall, ror inc., to-
geiner wiiu n innniago gnme, i.gypuaii urucie,
Dreams, Hints to UkUos, Weilillng-Nlght Shirt,
e. a nucer uook, Auures-s t. vi ili.ia.w a; iaj
ubs. I'lilladclphla. June2ldw4w
AGENTS don t (lecelve yourselves or
others by trying to sell old worthless
books. "Livingstone lost and Found," sue pages
100 engravings, maps, Ac. l'rlco 3.50. Is the
onlybookon Africa and Its cxploirs which
peopio will uuy, nrtni uir sample tiret-) iu
MUTVAL PL'HLISIIINO CO, Hartford, Conn.
"W" ANTED. Wholesale I'lirehnslng
T v Acenis for tno norirnm sewing .Maciuni-
inane nt iianourv, uonu. iiieiuiesL uuu uesi,
Tho stillest, fastest and easiest lock stitch,
straight needle machine In the market, lletter
terms than any company Address,
JOHN A. DODOE, (lenernl Agent, Danbury, Ct.
AOENT.S WANTED I
I AST ADRIFT ! CAST ADIU1T ! !
1 J A -vnnlnln ll,n r.ilnniiu HTliivin Viinm
In n Man-Trap" and "Ten Nights In a liar-
ltoom." bv T. S. Arthur. The latest and great
est book or this celebrated author splendidly
Illustrated, elegantly bound, and will sell nt
sight by thousands. Is highly Indorsed by tlia-
most prominent pcupiu uuu papers 01 uiu couu-
rv. story 01 t-riinu uuiiuuiruge 111 our uuusl
ilileh will annul tho stoutest heart. Will do
moro ror the causa or temperance and morality
nan tno law. Agents wnq uao sum "jian
I'rnn" cannot lull to sell double tho iuunber or
his book. A life or the author, with steel iwr
ralt. nresented to c erv subscriber. Descrln-
tHecIrcularsand terms sent rree nniippllcatluii
lOML.li. jmav;.l.., I'uuiisitur, 3 .ciniui sut-ei,
Iloston, M.USS. June21dA:w4w
CHAN'S STORY, or Triumphs of
Thirty Centuries : by F. 11. (loodrlch (son
Peter Parley") and E. Howland. A work or
lent historical research recounting In truly
rniihlo style the wonderrul grnw til ot naviga
tion, nnd history or discovery slnco tlio Hood;
Is replete wlih incidents, thrilling adventures,
Dailies, suipwrecKs, iiiiitiiuvs, piracies, .iir.
Describes how rroni the llrst tiny bark, when
ocean was the dark realm or terrors, sails now
whiten every sea, lightening Hashes tidings
from shorn 141 shore : and men bring tin won
ders rrom deep waters, with ninny other mat
ters otlluiy Interest, which go to maku up 0110
or the most valuable, rascluatlng und remark
able productions ot tho age. oer 200 spirited
liDsiiiiiiuus. .igeius wuuit'ii. i-ur t-iri-iiiura
ml terms aiiuress, iiLilllAHD 111:0s., rubllsli
rs. Iloston. Mass. June2ldAw4ir
MJK GREAT SOUTH AMERICAN
JUltURKIlA 1H.OOI) PURIFIKR.
Is tlio most lMjwerful cleanser, strenglheuer
and renoerof (ilaiidular Obstrucltous known
It Is specially adapted to constitutions "worn
down" und debllllnli-il by tho warm weather of
Spring und summer, when tho blood Is not Iu
ucllvo circulation, t-oiiseipiently gatheilng Im
purities irom siuggisunessaniiiiniH-rier.v uetiuii
ot tlio seerethe organs, and Is manllestcd by
Tumors, Kiuptlons, lllotelies, llolls, Pustules,
Scintilla, Ac., AC.
When weary und languid from tiM-rwork, ami
dulliics , drowsiness ami Inerlla take the place
id energy nnd lgur, Iho system needs a tonic
to build It up and help tho Vital Forces to ie
galn thelrcuperatlvo power.
In tho heat ut Summer, Ipspiently, lliu Liver
nnd Spleen do not piopcilv perlorin their func
tions; lliu uuTinu aim li uiaiy urgaus uiu 111
acllie, ruduclug weakness of the stomach and
Intestines and u prcdlsiosltlon to bilious de
rangement. DR. WELLS'
E X T It A C T f) F .1 U R U R E R A
Is prepared directly from tho south American
ri.iiit, uuu is pt'L-uiiai ly siiiil-u 111 an iiicsi-111111-cullles:
It will cleanso tho Vitiated lllood.
strenglheii tho Llfe-OHIng 1'uwers, and ieinut
uiioiisiiuciions 1 rum
IMl-AIllKn AND KNI'KKUI.Kn OKIIAN-l,
It should bo freely taken, as Jurubeb.i Is pro
noiineed by medical writers the most cnlcieut
Purllter. i'onlo and Deobstrueiit known Iu Hie
whule rungtuif ineillclniil plants.
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Sold by Druggists. Solo Agent for the United
Slates. Price one Dollar per llottle. Send ror
circular. Junell dw4v
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New articles Just patented. Samples sont free
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way, New York.
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AYELLS' CAltROLIC TAR LETS
aro a sure euro for nil diseases of tlio respira
tory Organs, Soro Throat, Colds, Croup, lllpli-
inerin, ASinma, t-aiurrn, Hoarseness, jiry
or tho Throat, Windpipe, or Urouclilnl i 1
and nil diseases of the I.uiil's.
In all cases ol sudden cold, however taken,
these Tablets should bo promptly and rreely
used. They cuunllzo tho circulation or the
blood, mltlgato tliu severity or the attack, and
win, 111 11 very snort tune, restoruueaitiiy uctiuu
to the affected orirans.
Wells' Carbolic Tablets aro put up onlylu
bluobuxes. Tako 110 substitutes. It they can't
bo round nt vour druggist's, send nt once to thu
agent In New York, who will rorwnrd them by
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JAMES II. II HAltT WELL, Secretary, Drawer 167
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Junelldwlw NEW YQHIC
PRINO AND SUMMER
C L O T II I N G ,
IN AM. 9TVI.KS,
FOlt MEN AND HOYS' WEAK,
fJ"EXTHA SIZES A Sl'ECIAi.TY.i:
HATS, CAPS, THUNKS AND VALISES.
The best stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Vino White and Fancy
S II HITS
MApE TO OIlllKK
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PECIC t- UEN.IAMIN'S
O L O T DING ST O R E ,
riiero you can nlwajs tlnd tlie largest and best
nssoriuieiii 01 siynsu
READY MADE CLOTHING,
HATS A CAI'S, OENT.S' FUHNISHINO (IOODS,
THUNKS, SATCHELS, All.
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I' V, V li A H H N .1 A M I N 1 H
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NO. 19 CKNTUt STHI.KT,
CAI.IFOHNIA WINES AND llltANDY.
IMI-OUTEIl AND WllOI.i;SAI.E I1EAI.KR
CHINA AND JAI'AN TEAS.
The attention of Town (Agents, Physicians
nnd Druggists Is especially called to our wine
as they are unsurpassed lor medical purposes,
coming from one of thu "oldest lneyards lu
Callturnla. All goods guaranteed pure and sat
lsraclory, or to bo returned nt my expense.
;o r r 1 c e ,
COHNEH FHEH1HT AND EVELYN, STS.,
(Induu & Huntoon's lllock,)
llutland. Vt. myltf
LDERT W. IIIGG1NS,
MEltCHANTS' HOW, UNDEH HATES HOUSE,
Offers ror salo a mil stock of
.11 i.ijiui in. 11
THE IINEST LINE OK
FANCY A N 11 T O I L H T (1 O O I) S
To be round In any Drug Store In Vermont
NAIL 1IHVSIIES, COMlts, Ac.
Pomades and Hair Oils Cosinetlques and
Toilet l'owdcrs, Ac, Ac, Ac.
Just received a largo stock of Tr: cling and
Which we ofTer Low for Cash,
(-'nil and examine our slock ot
Which wo will guarantee Is Hie largest nnd
llnest lu the State. Now Is tho time
DID vop EVIll TltV
HiaoINS'SUl'EHIOU COLOGNE WATE1I7
IT IS Till BEST.
41 Merchants' How,
i 0 G I N B,
. . . HUTI.AND, V:
ELK HORN & MAGNOLIA FLOUR
very choice, for Bale ut
mayldiw-ly H. W. MAHSHALL'S'S.
TUESDAY, .JULY 1, 1873.
liie t'rli-iuVs 1 1 1 1 r I :i I .
BV J. 11. WIIITTIEll.
My thoughts nro nil In yonder town.
here, weit by many tears,
lo-ilny my mother's niend laisUown
Tlio burden of her j ears.
True ns In life, no nor dlsgul?e
Of death with her Is seen,
And on her shnplo casket lies
No wreath of bloom mid green.
O not for her (ho florist's art,
Tho mocking weeds of woe,
Hut blessings of tho olcelcss heart,
Tho lote Hint passctli show I
Yet all about tho softening air
of new-born sweetness tells.
And the ungathered May-llowers wear
The tints of ocean shells.
Tho old, assuring miracle
Is fresh as heretofore ;
And earth takes up Is parable
or Wo rrom death once more.
Here organ swell and church-beH toll
Methlnks but discordant were,
The prayerful silence or the soul
Is best bellttlng her.
No sound should break Hie quietude
Alike of earth and sky;
0 wandering wind In hcabrook wood,
Ilreatho but a half-heard sigh !
Sing softly, spring-bird, for her sake.
And thou not distant sea,
Lapse lightly, ns lr Jesus spake,
And thou weiUlalllcoi
For all her (pilot lire tlowed on
As meadow slreumlels How,
Where treshcr green reieuls ulono
Tho noiseless wuys they go.
From her loved. place or prayer I see
The plain-robed mourners pass,
With slow- feet treading reveienlly
The grai eyard's springing grass,
Make room, o mourning ones, for me.
Where, llkethe frlondsor Paul,
That 3 ou no moro her race shall see
You sorrow most or all.
Her path shall brighten more and moro
Unto tho perfect da ;
She cannot rail or pence who boio
Such peace w llh her away.
O sweet, tnlin laco that seemed to wear
The look of sins forgiven!
O olee of piayer that seemed to bear
Our own needs up to heiuen.
How ret ei out In our midst she stood,
Or knelt In grateful praise I
What grace ot christian womanhood
Was In her household wnys I
l'orstllt her holy lltlngmeant
No duty left undone ;
The heavenly nnd the human blent
Their kindred loves lu one.
And If her life small leisure found
For feasting ear und eye,
And pleasure, 011 her dally round,
SI10 passed unpauslng by.
Yet w Ith her treat a secret sense
Of nil tilings sweet nnd fair,
And beauty's gracious providence
Hcfreshcil her unaware.
Sho kept her lino of rectitude
Willi lote's unconscious ease ;
Her kindly Instincts understooil
All gentle coiuleslcs.
An Inborn charm nt graeluusne.n
Made svieet Her smile and tune,
And glorified hi-rfann-wire dress
Willi beauty lint lis own.
The dear Lord's best Interpreters
Are humble huiiiiiu souls;
Tho flospel of a life like hem
' Is inoiu than hooks or senilis.
From scheme :ihd need the light goes out,
The salnllj fact sun Ives ;
The blessed Master nnne can doubt
Herealed lu holy lltes.
tm 1 1,1)11 r.vs ii:i'Aii'riii:.vi'.
lilt) lllg Keltic with thu Two liars
I always wear it on niv watcli chain
11 Jt the kettlo but a piece of gold that came
out of it partly to remind me of the friend
who gathered it, spook by speck, iu a far-oil'
land, nml partly because I saw it made.
1 es I did really. I saw It invited, and
rolled, anil drawn, and cut, and milled,
Let tne begin tit tho beginning, and I'll
tell you what I did see. It was at the Mint
and I saw my handful of dust carefully
weighed, and taken, with ever so many
poiiiius 111 oilier mist, to tnc melting room
In that room, over a lurimis lire, was a red-
hot melting pot waiting for its load of gold.
Ami a droll pot it wn, ton, with n spout, or
lip they called It, to pour out the melted
Kiild, and two cars.
1 ou ilon t know w hat a kellle wants
cars for? Well, I can tell you, anil it's a
funny Use for ears, too; these aro to lilt it
Into this old pot, with two ears and one
lip, went my gold, nnd all the rest, which
nearly lllled It. Wouldn't you liko to seo
three or four hundred puund.-i of melted
gold? It's a beautiful sight, anil would he
more agreeable to see, if it wasn't so fear-
tully hot near the turiiace.
Hot, as it Is, However, it took several
hours to melt it throughly; and meantime.
another workman prepares the mould, by
wanning and rubbing thein with oil, rwit
because thu gold would stick, but tu give it
a smooth surlacc.
I hail wondered nil the time, how the
men would lift that big kettle out of Iho hot
furnace; but when the gold was ready, anil
the molds fastened up snug in a sort of
carriago on wheels, 1 saw that it was arms
of Iron that lilted the kettle.
Do you know what 11 crane is? I don't
mean a crane 011 two legs; but an iron
crane, v, ith one arm. If you don't know,
just ask your grandmother. She'll prob
ably tell von it s a sort ot iron arm, mat.
swings around on a hinge.
wcl L one of these Iron arms was swun
around over tlio pot of gold. From the
end of tho arm, perhaps.I ought to say,
from the hand, hung n chain, with nil im
mense pair of tongs at Ihe end of it. Those
tons seized tho poor kettle by the ears.
the chain was hauled up, nml up came thu
pot of gold. Then the iron arm swung
around till it was over tho pouring machine
and the pot was caefully lowered into 11
"cradle," as they called it, whero it rested
safely, on its ears again, poor thing.
Alter the machine was screwed up so
that the nut couldn't slip, tho tongs were
taken oil', nnd tho chain swung around out
of tho way. Pouring incited gold out of u
monstrous not into small moulds, would be
hard to do without spilling half of it, but In
this pouring machine it was beautifully
done. There wero two nannies ut one cnu,
of the machine, and a man stood thero to
manage them. Ily turning 0110 handle he
pushed the mould cuirlago up o that tho
llrst mould came exactly under tho lip of
tho melting pot. Then by turntng tho
other handle, ho tipped tho pot, and
.poured out tho beautiful melted gold. When
'one niou'd was llllod, ho turned tho handle
again, and the next one moved up. bo by
using two shnplo handles, one man empt
ied Iho whole pot of hundreds nf pounds of
When thu bars como out of the moulds
lhev nro called ingots, and aro a foot long'
0110 third of an Inch thick, nnd about an
Inch wide. Ill fact, nbout tho flza ot n com
111011 school ruler. Of courso they are too
hick fur coins, so I had to follow them to
Iho.rolllng mill, for Ihey roll most everything
now-n-day. remaps yo l navo seen some
kind of n rolling mill; if you haven't lean
tell vnu that iho uold rollers lotk very
- s ... . ll .t.w.t....
lUUlil HKO tno two rollers uuu -iiug,M
Tho gold ruler was iniulo red hot, one
nnn tool- it with n nair of tongs, and put It
between tho rollers. It ran Ihrough and
PRICE Till? EE GENTS.
came out n good deal thinner, nnd longer,
of course. Another man standing nt the
other side, look it ns It came nut, nml hand
ed it hack to the llrst one. Uu tightened
the roller, and put it through again. And
so It went back and forth, till it looked like
broad, beautiful gold ribbon.
Hut so much rolling mado it too wide.
nil It had next to be cut Into narrow-strips.
For thli they had tho funniest scissors you
ever heard of. They nro called circular
shears; nnd arc merely two sharp-edged
wheels running together, tho edges meet
ing nil thulium like n pair of scissors. Thu
workmen put the gold hand up to the wheel
which seized and drew it through, cutting it
ns easily ns you can cut paper. It came out
in beautiful long ribbons.
Hut in stiita of nil the rnlllnrrnnd snticcz.
ing, tho gold was still too thick for money,
uu to inane it exactly right, they nail n
cry curious process, called drawing.
Urst, one end of tlio cold ribbon was
pressed quite thin by rollers. This thin
end was put through n holo In a hard steel
late, which hole was exact v the 1 1 ekness
and width that tlio gold must be. The end
that was through the hole, was put into tlio
jaws 01 u p,ur 01 pincers, mat grip lor good,
I tell you. Tho pincers were then hooked
on to a chain, which was drawn along by
it would be impossible for a man to draw
thick piece of gold through .1 thin hole.
but this resistless chain moved nlong with
pcrlect case, drawing pincers gold and all.
something natl to give, you sec; the steam.
the chain, nnd the pincers were all strong
er man the solt, precious metal, so it was
Irawn through thu small hole, of course
coming out just the width and thickness of
the Hole, nnd longer than ever.
The next thing was done by 11 boy sit
ting nt a machine Unit docs nothing hut
champ, champ, all day.
The great steam giant living in Hie cellar
whose long iirms lift the pots, turn tho roll
ers, and draw nut the gold, nho keeps the
lining machine on tho bite nil day. The
boy has only tn feed It with the gold ribbon.
Every linio tlio cutter comes down, it bites
II u gold piece which t, ills into a bow It
keeps the boy busy to supply it, so fast ns
These pretty, round, smooth pieces of
gold arc called blanks, and from the cutting
machine, they go to the weighers.
l'robably you know that a lire dollar gold
piece Is Itself worth five dollars, and to have
it so, it must be of a certain weight. The
weighers arc girls, who have each a pair of
delicate scales betore them, in which they
try every piece. If too light, it must go
back to the melting pot; and if too heavy,
she runs a Hat tile around thu edge of the
piece, till it is exactly right. It ii then
ready to bo milled.
I.iinlc 011 the cugo ot a gold piece, and you
will see it Is not Hat, but in little ridges, or
llutings. It is a curious thing to see that
done. A child tended the machine, and nil
be had to do was to keep a certain tube full
of the gold blanks. At the other end of the
tube is some machinery, nnd as soon ns :i
blank reaches that point, It is seized mm
made to run over a sort of little bridge, just
wide enough for it, and with railings on the
edges, to keep the blank on. As the piece
runs over, a wheel running all the lime over
the bridge, ptesses down very hard on the
blank; and when it runs out on the other
ule, tlio edge is bound to be pressed up into
ridges ; nr milled.
1 thought 1 could never tot tired ot Iook-
ng at that procession ofgold pieces running
over thu funny little bridge, but as I wanted
see the last process, 1 natl to gu on.
Tho coining machine, which is the last,
stamps the figures on, and changes a gold
Innk lino n United btntes ruin, this ma
chine, nlso, llkethe cutting nnd milling ma-
bines, requires only a feeder, Hint is a per
son to keep the tube full of blanks. The
piece at the bottom of the tube is seized by
; pair ot steel lingers, carried oil and lain 111
a steel bed, not a cradle this time, the
same shape ns the blank, but a very little
larger. It is hardly thero l-ctoro a stamp
conies down on it with great force and thu
plain blank slides oil' a beautiful, perfect,
1 ou may be sure 1 picked up the hrst one
I saw stamped, as niinu; fur after following
my gold nil through those long processes of
melting, nnd rolling, anil drawing, c., 1
had no idea of running the risk of losing it.
But though I had followed the gold from
tho kettlu Into which my gold went, of course
I could not keep my grains separate- ho I
had to he content with a coin out 01 the
In nllthesu processes, a good deal of gold
gets scattered about tho building. Not in
little pieces, for they are very careful of
those, and every workman has to give back
tho same weight ho received, or about the
same, in finished work and scraps ; but a
great deal gets off in the shape of tine dust.
i ho workmen have 10 wash themselves be
fore they le.lve the building, and tho water
Is carefully examined lor grams 01 goiu.
What Is still lunnier.tho sweepings ot 1110
floor hnvo so much gold In them, that they
have a regular machine to wash it out. He-
fore this machine was invented, tney wasncu
the sweepings by hand, nnd when they had
got out all they could, every pound of dirt
had still from lifty cent's tn a dollar's worth
ofgold in it. After going through tho ma
chine, it has only about seven cents to the
Ilow much money 110 you suppose mcy
ati coin at tho United States Mint 111 ayear?
'Iho snug little Mini of sixty-three millions
Didyouetcr think how inconvenient it
would be to have no money? Instead of
buying things, you would have to exchange
a bushel of potatoes, or 11 pleco of cloth, or
anything you had, tor it.
In some countries, people have used salt
for money, In others, they have used shells.
In old times, cattle wero the standard of
value. In Homer's works, shields aro
tpoken of as costing ten cattle, or a hundred
Hut the drollest money 1 ever nearu ni,
is'used by tho Indians of Peru, and consists
of, eggs. What sort of purses do you sup
pose they have? Little Vorjuiml.
As Ai.svtivm 1!iu:.w-Mai;i:i! in" Xnw
Youic. luuigine 11 linmUnmo youiu fellow
an Alsatian Frenchman, with 11 pair of purple-velvet
knee-breeches, a pair of snow-
white stockings coming in 11 is Knees, 111
which they were trimmed with hieo: a pair
of low shoes with silver buckles, a white
linen coat, a four cornered hat of white
linen, and carrying a large, light basket
lllled witli thoso delicious rolls which un
made for tho Sunday breakfast table- in
soino of the towns of France, I am not
.describing a circus performer, or a grotesque
humbug perambulating the street ior noys
'to laugh at. I saw him and more than one
of Ids kind, In the bright early hours of last
.Sunday morning, going round from house
,to house in tho upper part of tho town, sup
plying bis customers with 1 lie urcau-roiis 111
question. This style of thing is coinparn.
tlvcly new here, and has been introduced by
Alsatian exiles. Tho young man's costume
looks entirely appropriate in his purity,
tastcfulness, nnd gyety. Ho seems like 11
vision nnd reminiscence of the far-gone-timcs.
Ills lleccy 1 oils bring back to one's
imagination tlio ages when as yet lliddy
was not, and when the various craftsmen
carried on their labors ns though they mount
to please and delight those whom It was
their privilege to serve NVip York U tier.
ATTY'S .NAD OR P Id If L US,
Crosso ft IllackHCH's liekles. llullord'H
Worewstemhlro Sauce. Nulmh sauee. In fact
nearly all kinds ot English liekles can bo round
at H. W. MAHSIIALL'S
NEW MOULDINGS FOR lMCTURK
Framing, Chromes, Lithographs, mid
Engravings nt nUAlilioilN'S
rflKA'S, from Wral Tu l.7!i; ulsoirwU
X Orouna (-OFFER, nt
ii. W. MAHSIIALL'S
mayldtwiy Corner of Oro 0 nnd West Sts,