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RUTLAND, ArT., FRIDAY MOKNING, JULY LI, 1873.
VOL I....NO. 01.
PKIOI5 THREE CENTS.
(. T. ' It O S S,
Mum 1 1 1 uiuicr id mill Di'.iU'i' In
liMSHINU l.t'MUKII, SIII.NMI.:M, I.ATII,
I I.Al'llOAttlW, A.NU SNtl'CK l.l'MIIKH,
HOOKS, S.S, HI.INIM, MOI'LII
1N(S, HIIAI'KinS, WIN
DOW l'HAMKS ,V
Serull smliih'uf nil kinds, liahlng, Matching
uml (il,ilii" dune to order. Yard ami Mill Tur
ner ut t nlun uml rurnace SI reels, near freight
Ik-put, Rutland, VI. Maytd,tw3in.
11 I! () K E R ,
it nno.il srnv.KT, skw yoiik.
stocks, Mov crnments anil Mold bought anil sold
Cff" Interest allowed on deposits, mnylsdtt
o. it. M o It i: It o i: s K,
Opposite Central House - - lit' TI.AND, Vt.
RUTLAND MAXITAMTHINM COMPANY,
Manufacturers nnil wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN' SPAT CHAIRS, lintl
STI'ADS AND CHAIR STOCK.
Corner of West anil l'orest Sts,
L. Atwood, Agt. O. C. ltf(im.K!, Treas.
Manufacturer and wliolesale and retail dealer In
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
MOl't.IIINOS, B1IACKKTS, AM) HOUSi: Kl'It
OK EVKUV llKSCHUTION.
Fl'HNACK STHEKT, 11UTI.AN1-, Vr.
Orders by mail or otherwise promptly attend
ed to. myldtr
.1. ,T. GUINDON,
II li ACKS3II T II .
Particular attention paid to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted, Shop on
WKST ST., NKAH OI.IVF.lt MA1U1I.K W011KS,
mayld3m RUTLAND, VT.
LINCOLN IRON WORKS.
Mnrblo .Mill and Hoisting Machinery of the
most Improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings and general ma
steel and Iron Wire Itopo at Manufacturer's
Itutland, Vt., May 1, 1873. mayldtf
A. II. HAWLEY,
COXT11ACTOK AXD I'ltACTC.ir, ShATJill,
Hi; Is prepared to do all work promptly and
well. Orders can bo left nt J. 1!. (Ilynn's store
on Merchants' Jtow, or at tho Iiardwell House.
Reference Rockwood HaiTctt, Itutland; L. M.
Mason, President of First National Bank, De
troit, Michigan; Hon. J. M. Marvin, Saratoga
I. I V K H Y .
If jouwish a nice TUISN" OUT, go to
C . V . It I C II A It D S O N S ,
(Lato D. Whltcomb's,)
CKXTEK STUEET, ItCTl.AND, VlHMO.'T.
Careful drivers and the ilnest of Carriages.
Stables open at all Hours. Horses baited,
msiidtf . V. ItlCHAItDSOV, I'BOriiiETOii.
IMTTSPOHD V U It N A 0 E
.1. I'lltCHAItD, PltOl'IUETOII.
CHARCOAL I'lO 1HON,
riTTSFOltl), VT. mayldSm
JOSEPH II. GUY,
S. IIAYWAIID & CO.,
flltOCTIIIEH, l'HOVISIONS, HAY AND WOOD.
Washinoton St., Rethm-, Vt.
J)ot(ti5 anil Sinimj goomis.
A It 1) W K L L II O U S E
.. ltr. UllAMTON, Proprietor.
Tho BAllDWELI, HOUSE ts located opposite
tt.a iinnt. nmi iif innir Leon favorably Known
to tho traveling public. It has been recently
Improved, now affording tho best and most
amplo accommodation to guests.
too TAHI.E will be supplied with all tlio
luxuries of tho Beason, and every attention will
be paid to tuo conuort oi ns patrons.
JT .i. .......... I . tliannif lin Hmnrlnl it. I n .
J 11 111U lUluil, ll.l .11 litu llllOl, iiiu . ,1JI. hiui .-
tends to make it a Hrst-class House affording
all the comforts of a homo to tho traveler. The
public patronngo Is solicited.
A MOOD LlVKltY In connection with the
Attentlvo POUTERS will bo found at tho J)e-
pot on the arrival oi uu trains.
AKE DUNMOltE HOUSE,
E. I'. HITCHCOCK, I'ltontiKToTt.
J. W. POItTElt. Manahkk.
This well known and popular Hotel, situated
on tho shores of Eako Dunmore, has been re
cently put In thorough repair. Several new
Cottages havo been built and newly furnished,
and will be opencilJunii 1st, for the icceptlon of
boarders and tourists. mayssdlf
V A It 31 E It 8 ' H () T E h ,
Fkekiht Stukkt, - - ItUTLAND, VT.
A FIItST CLASS
M 12 A T 31 A H K 12 T
IN' IIDTEI, lltlll.DINa.
mayld3m J. E. JOHNSON, PiiorniETOii
J. W. FISHKU'B
N E W D I N I N 0 It O O 31 S ,
Central Ho'uso Block, Merchants' How,
Warm Meals nerved at all hours of the day
and evening. inuyiujiu
N E W . D I N I N G HALL,
In rooms formerly occupied by J, W, Flsherj
KINOSLEY 4: Hl'ItAOUF.'S BLOCK,
1 . 1, . : m It. .1
WAIIM MKAM BKItVKD AT AM. 1I0UH9. '
A R M V O It S A 1, 12 .
A I'ltlin of IN) or !2l-J ncres, to suit the pur-
iaser. The into re.ildcnce of
Ai.piti:rn iioYci:, or orwell,
ceased. Said farm Is situated about one
mile north of Orwell vllhure. about t lie same
instance from the Addison iiillroad, '( mllo
from the Orwell cheese factory, well wniereu
It It good running water lo the iioiisennu uarns,
good two nlory house, bai lis and outbuildings
suitable for the place; a convenient Turin to
manage ; well calculated for a dairy, and deslr-
auie situation. Kir iuriner particulars nun
price, liKitilre ol . . , .
r. ii i iiui.., iiuiiii.
Onvell, .liuio until, 1S73. Jeli&liid.sw 3v
AltM FOlt SAI.12.
Tim bli)n.rllipru nfTiM fur l.nln llielr fallll. Sit
uated nbout two miles from the village ot Bel
lows Falls, on the Chester load, well known
JOHN CI.A1IK FA11M,
Containing about three hundred mid titty acres
of land; two dwelling houses, tlnee bums and
wo tenant nouses, near ine lanioau uuck.
riinlennnt houses are new. The largo rami
house lias been thoroutrhlv reimlivd and paint
ed, with new pl.wa In front and end, new front
ience.au nin e mosi suosiaiiuai aim lusn-un
manner, inaklni? it a desirable residence.
nearly inree-iouiinsoi a inueoi new ii.iieriuiie
noin a necr-iaiiimr rouniaiit sh n hu-m an uu-
OVEIt TWO THOUSAND DOI.I.AH-
las been exnended within the nast two .cars
on buildings and fences, besides the tenant
houses. The land Is adapted to the ralslngof
an Kiiius oi crops, rumie imy ueies me wen
adapted for tobacco. The land Is now under a
good statu of cultivation, by having been fed
out a large amount of hay and grain the past
iwo jears, which nas oeen uiougui on me
place, besides that which the faun has pro
duced. The eastern line Is the Connecticut
lverniid tho farm laying westerly, ilhlileii into
i.isiure anil tillage lanii, Willi a suiiicienL miji
IV of wood for the nremlses. Sllualed so near
nu viuaire oi iienows i a s a vn aire urnwiiiz
more ranldlv than nnv nlaco within Hie Stale.
and wit li Its unlimited water power, which Is
last ueing improveu, must continue in nicreaso
a Mill larut T priilHjriioii in ine inline niaives
the most desirable farm In these narts. Pos-
sslon irlven Immediately, excent the mill
anl, and that In one year, inquire of the sub-
scnuers on uiu jiri'iuises; or .iosein n nsuii,
rm of J. Wilson A, Co.. near the detiot: or 11-
der A Hopkins, at West Itupcrt, Vt.
WII.DKlt .V HOPKINS.
Bellows Falls, May 1, 1ST3.
UKOHOK C. NI-2WMAX,
12 A li ESTATE 11 H O K 12 It ,
Illllfd, llitrliv lllnr-t 9.1 l'li-mi' I'pniil.
lirst class vHbiL'e and f.itni nrnnerlv for sale
JASTUltE LAND IN l'lTTSKOIM)
X For bale or rent. One hundred and tu enly
llvo acres of line PASTUHE land located one and
one-halt miles Horn Plttsfonl Village. Address
or call on E. P. HITCHCOCK, under National
Hank of Iliitlanil. llutlauil. Vt. Majllf
f Ott SALE.
The subscriber offei"s for sale the
HOUSE AND LOT, 21 COTTAOE MilEI'.T,
Corner William Street.
Housols In Lrood renalr. contains VI rooms, iras
and water above mid below. location desirable.
Cellar always dry and well ventilated. Il.irn has
aceoinmod.it Ions for two horses, or horse and
oiv, iioou warn eeuar.
Anortlonof the rurnllure will besulil with
tho house If Ucssreil.
Possession given at any time,
c. it. FOIIIIUS.
Itutland, Juno ad, 1S73. tit r
T LAM1 11A1LUOADS.
SUMMElt AllltANO EM ENT.
On and ntler Monday, Juno 2d, 1ST3, trains
HI run as follows, (nunuays exccpieii) :
aoixo socm anp east.
Leave Itutland at VfM and -1:30 a. m., and 12:10
and r.:ii p. m.
MAIL. Lcavo Ogdensburg nt C:10 p. in., St.
Albans at C:20 a. in., Burlington at b:10 a. m
Port Henry at 7:15 a. m., Itutland nt 12:10 p. m.,
Bellows Falls nt 2:30 p. m., nrrli Ing at New Lon
don nt9:3i p. in., connecting with stcomer for
NEW YOUK EXi'ltEss. Leaves st Ainans al
:(() a. m.. Burlington 10:2u a. in., arriving In
Itutland nt 12:M) p. m.
NIOHT EXPJtESS. leaves Ogdensburg at 12:
35 p.m., liattsburg 3:30 p.m., Mont real 3:30 p.m.,
St. Johns 4:50 p. in., St. Albans 7:20 p. in., Ilur-
iington y:io p. m., iiiiiiaun iv:mi a. hi., iienows
.'aus, 3:25 a. in., arriving ai ew i.ouuon at u;ir
MIXED THAIN. Leaves Burlington at 2:00 p.
l. nrrlvlm? In Itutland at 7:40 i. m. leaves
Itutland nt 4:30 a. m., Iicllows Falls 7:45 n. m.,
(accommodation train), anlvlng al New London
at 5:10 p.m.
J1UAL.IJ i ka in. Leaves niiiianu ui i:h p. in,,
arriving In Bellow s Falls at 10:iki p. m.
Leaves Itutland at 1:43 and 6:40 n. in., nnd 2:30
anil r:ii5 p. m.
MAIL. Leaves New I-ondon nt 5:00 a. m.,
sprlngtleld 8:00 a. in., Boston 7:30 a. in., Bellows
runs n:43., iiunanu z:;
30 p. m.. nrrU lug at Port
Henry nticoo p. m.,
Burlington 5:00 p. m., St,
Albans 0:40 p. in., Montreal 0:45 p. m., Ogdens
burg 1:45 a. in., making connections with trains
lor I no i esu
EXPiiESS Leaves nut anu at sub n. in., s .
Albans nt S:55n. m.
NIU1IT KXI'HI SS. Leaves New London at
2:45 p. m., Sprlnglleld nt &:io p. m., connecting
wiiu irain leaving civ lorKui a:uu ji. iu nei-
lows rails ui'jo ji. in., coiiueciingwiiu iraiu
leaving Boston nt 6:30 i. m., Itullaiid 1:43 n. in.,
iiuriinmoii 4:4u a. in.. t. ivioans u:io. nrnviinr
In Montreal at 0:45 a. m., liattsburg al 12:00 in.,
and Ogdensburg nt 12:35 p. m., connecting with
trains tor tno west.
MIXED THAIN. Leaves Itutland nt 6:40 a. in.
Lcavo Burlington nt 9:30 a. in., St. Albans l2:i)
m., arriving in oguensburgut b:60p. m. and sr,
Johns nt 3:.vi v. in.
.MiAr.u -inAiis. leaves uenows Willis at 4:yo
a. in., arriving in ituuanit nt 0:20 n. in.
accommodation. Leaves New Iindon nt
8:10 a. m Bellows Falls 0:00 p. m., nrrU lug In
JlllllUllU IlL O.M 11. Ill,
i rains icavo uuriincton coing east, for Mont
neller. Sc.. nt (1:55 a.m.. 12:30 n. m. and 7:55 n. m
Trains leavo Bellows Falls going north, for
Whlto Itivcr Junction, &c., nt s:3o a. in. nnd
11:1.1 a.m.. ami 5:55 ami 11:20 n. m.
Connections. At Itutland with Itensselaer it
Saratoga and Harlem Extension ltallroads; at
nenowa runs 111111 v-iiesmro iianioau; ai.nouiu
Vernon w in Connecticut itiver iiaiiroad
mHiceniiig cars nie attac neu to 11 ib it trains
between St. Albans and Troy, and Burlington
anu liosuin. un.i.s .mi-.uku.i.,
St. Albans. VI., Juno 3d. 1873.
TTAltLEM EXTENSION ItAII.ItOAD
CHANGE OF T I 31 12.
SUMMElt Alt It ANO EM ENTS,
On and alter Monday, Juno 20th, 1872, trains
w in 1 1111 as iDuoivs :
MIXED. Loaves Itutland nt 8:00 11. m ron
ncclliig at Stato Lino with train for Troy.
MAIL Leaves Itutland 0.30 a. 111.. and mak
ing closo connections at Chatham 4 Corners
with trains tor New York, Albany, Hudson, and
00111 east unii wesi on 11. k a. 11 11.
MIXED. Leavo Itutland nt 2.25 p. 111., to Ben
niiigiou mill iruy.
SUNDAY MILK THAIN (with passenger en
iiiincneii). Leaves iiunanu at i.ao a, in.
F A It E .
Hutliind to New York - - lid
" lo Albany, .... IN
" to Hudson, .... 3 08
tf'No lay over checks given.
AltltlVK AT HUTLAND.
stall, 0.35 p. m.; Mixed, 12.03 p. in.; mixed,
I.HU II, 111,
F. C, WHITE, Hupt.
Itutland. Juuo 14, 1872. mayldwtf
J It. DYER,
Iron and Lead line. I'ortablo and Stationary Ei
irlnpH llotarv Steain. Force and Cistern Piiinns
Leather and ltubber Bolting: Jtubber Hosound
Packing; ltubber overcoats, (Mores and Mit
tens: steam and Water (lauges; Water, steam
ana lias rulings, mm 1'ixiuruu, un kiiius; riux
unusoapsuino rucKiiig; v-ouoii usie, I'liuuu-
STEAM, WATEH AND (IAS FITTINd
Done at shirt notice, nnd at prices adapted
RiMuM, May LISTS) inyldwtf
CA3tPIIOItINE " cures every pain,
to. Try It. Sold by all druggists.
HEUUKN HOYT. Prou'r. New York.
IVf 0NEY-3IAKING HOOKS for Sum
i mer eanvasslnir. Agents and salesmen
nttentlon I Brynnfs Library of Poetry mid
Song; Tho New Housekeepers Manual, by Mrs.
needier nnu .Mrs. utowe. koiii soiling last miu
lr. exclusive tcrriiorj ; iioerai lenns. ,i. 11.
OIID Co.. Now York. Boston. Chicago nnd
n L'lancisco. juiii-ijuaihu
11HYCHO.M ANCY. or Soul Chnnnlne"
I How either sex mav fasclnato and gain
the lovo and affections of any person they
choose instantly, iiiissiinpio incnuu aciiuire
inent all can possess, free, by mall, for 2M to-
ciiicrwiin a marnago guiue. i.ioinmii wuitii-,
iams. iiinisto uiuies. weuuinir-niniii ciinri.
A uuecr book. Address T. WILLIAM 4: CO
I GENTS don't deceive yourselves or
others by trjlng to sell old worthless
books'. "Ll Ingsloiio lost and Found," soo pages
mo engravings, maps, ic. Prlco$3.ca. is tho
only book on Africa and Its exploiors which
people will buv. Send for sample (free) to
MUTUAL PUBLISIIINO CO. Hartford, Conn.
r ANTED. Wholesale l'lircliaslmr
Agents for the Ilortrtun Sewing Machine
made at Danbury, Conn. The latest and best.
inesi iiesi. lasiest anu easiest- iock suicii.
strntghl needle machlneln the market. Better
ti'tins than nnv enmnanv Address.
JOHN A. Doiiui:. oenerai Agent, oanuiiry, ct.
AOENTS WANTED I
. .rim i (iiut.vn i 1 1 . loii i utit mi a
l.tiM iti'iur i i uaoi viivie l : t
A eomiunlon to the famous "Three Years
In a Man-Trap" and "Ten Nights In a Uar-
uuiu." iv T. s. Arthur. The latest anil lrreal-
st book of this celebrated author splendidly
Illustrated, elegantly bound, nnd will sell at
sight by thousands. Is highly indorsed by the
nisi nt mil ncnt neonle anil nancrsof the conn-
. a sioi v oi it i no anuoi iriiLru in oi r iniusi
!eh will annal Hie stoutest heart. Will do
more for the cause ot temperance and morality
uauineiaw. .vgenis who nam soin "jinn-
an 'cannot fall to sell double the number of
his book. A life of tho author, with steel por-
iilt, presenied lo every sunscnoer, nescrip-
ei'lieui.nsaiiu utius rill nee on uiuuieai ion
OEO. MACLEAN. Puiillsher. 3 School slreet.
Boston. Mass. lunc21d.vwJW'
ACIIAN'S STORY, or Triumphs of
J Thirty Centuries i by F.B. (loodiich (son
Peler Pailey") and E. Hnnlaiul. A work of
wit historical research lecountlnz in tuny
anhle stvlo the wonderlul growth ot nnvlga-
toti, mid history or discovery since the Hood;
s renieie wiiu inciiienis. iiiriiumr auveniiires.
bailies, shlnwiecks. mutinies, piracies. Are.
Describes how from the llrst tiny bark, when
ocean was the daik realm of teirors, sails now
liltcn every sen, lightening Hashes tidings
0111 shore lo shore : nnd men bring un won-
tiers from deep waters, with many oilier niat-
rsoi iiveiyintcresi, wuieiigoio make up one
ble Diodiiel Ions of tiie age. oer 200 sntrlted
llLvstiilttons. .Iirents wauled. For circulars
nnd terms address, liuiniAiii) I1KOS.. Publlsli-
i-s. Boston, Jlass. June2ldAW4w
TIMIE GREAT SOUTH AMERICAN
.lURL'ltl-21!A IH.OOD PURI1TER.
Is the most iHiwerfiil cleanser. Mremrtliener
and remover or (llaudular Obstructions known
.Mntei a .1 eu ten.
t Issneclallv adantedtoeonstltutlons 'Morn
down " and debilitated by the warm weather or
piingand summer, when the blood Is not In
etlwi circulation, conscouentlv catherlnir lin-
purll les from sluggishness nnd Imperfect action
1 uiu seeieine organs, aim is maunesicii oy
muni's, Eruptions, Blotches, Bolls, Pustules,
Tonua, nv., ,ve.
When weary and lamruld from overwork, and
dullness, drowsiness and Inertia take tho place
of enerirv and vluor. Ihe system needsaionlc
to build It up and help the VII at Forces to re
gain their cuperatlve power.
In the heat of summer, frequently, tho Liver
and Spleen do not properly perform their func
tions; Ihe Uterine nnd Urinary Organs are In
active, producing weakness of tho hlomnch and
lesuues nun u pieuisiiosiuou 10 muousue-
DR. WELLS' '
X '1' 1! ACT O F .1 U R U 15 12 11 A
tirciural d rect v from 1110 souin American
Plant, nnd is peculiarly suited to all these dim.
cullies; It win cleanse ine viunieu moon,
strengthen the Llfe-(lllng Powers, nnd remove
all obstructions irom
lMl'AlllEU AND KNFKKDI.KD OUUAN3.
It should bo freely taken, as Jurubeba Is pro
nounced by medical writers the injat efllclent
uiiuer, louiumni jieousuiient snoiiu in ine
lioin range 01 ineuiciuai plains.
. ijii. j. ivi.i.i.iiiiit. is 1 i iils reei.rtow mm.
Sold bv Druirirlsts. Solo Aeenl for tho United
Hiaics. nice uuo iionar pel iiuiiie. nenu lur
Clrcular. Juncl? dw-4w
QlT AH Agents' prnlUa per weelc.
Up'- I .VjV Will prove 11 or forfeit 1500.
'W arueies JUSI paii'ineu. nam lies m-111 111-1:
all. Address W. II. CHlDESTIilt, 207 Broad-
a), New oi'K. juneii OW4W
t7'0RKING CLASS. Mule or female,
I 1 icon a week guaranteed, ltespectable
I'liiiiloyinent at home, day or evening: no capi
tal required; lull Instructions and valuable
lacuago 01 goous sein ireo ui iiiaii. iiium-.n,
1111 six cent return smmp. .n. iouauh -u.,
3 nreenwicu sireei. . 1. junen uiv
t THOUSAND IN PRESS. Sale
JVJ liiereasliur. Two Thousand moro I.lvo
Agents wanted for "our LMngstono 2S years
in Africa," over law pages, only fun, iiicoiu
nleto nnd Inferior work Hire offered: lookout
lor iiiem. senu lor circulars anu nee yn uui ui
tho greatest success of the season. Pocket Com-
panion woiin Jin, lnaueii iree. iiuuiiauu
BItOS., Publishers, Boston. Mass. Junel7 dw4w
1RI2E TO HOOK AGENTS. An clc-
J. gantly bound Canvassing Book for the
best nnu tneapesi famuy isiuio cier puuusneu,
111 ne seiiL neo 01 nnv c uaiLre 10 any uoon
cut. it conlnlnsover COotlue Herlnturu Illus
trations, mid agents ore ineeuiig Willi unprece
denied success. Address. Mating experience.
etc., and we will show you what our agents nro
lining, .i.vi lUAAii ruiii.isiuisi vi., nuia-
deliihla, Pa. Junell dw4w
ATEV12R NEGLECT A COUGH. Notli
Jl Ing Is more certain to lay the foundation
for luiure evil consequences.
AVELLS' CARROLIO TABLETS
nro a sure euro for nil diseases of tho icsplra'
lory organs, sore Throat, coins, croup, jjinit-
ot tho Throat, windpipe, or Bronchial Tubes,
liiL'i ill, iisiiiiiiii, iiiiiii 111, iiuai nvm.n, minim
nnu 1111 diseases 01 inu Linnrs.
In nil cases of sudden cold, however taken.
these Tablets should bo promptly nnd freely
used, iney eouauzu inu ciicuiaiiuu 01 inu
blood, mltlgato tho severity ot tho attack, and
will, In a very short time, restore hcnlthy action
to the nffected organs.
Wells' Carbolic Tablets aro nut up only In
bluo boxes. Take 110 substitutes. If they can't
bo found at your druggist's, send nt onee to thu
agent In New York, who will forward them by
Don't bo deceived by Imitations.
Sold by druggists. Price 25 cents a hot
JOHN o. KEl.LOdO. Is liatt St.. New York,
Send for Circular. Solo Agent for tho Untied
hinies. juuei 1 inviw
1 n l'VAi CENT. NET. Tho Iowu
-LV 1.0:111 nnd Trust Comnanv will Invest
money on tlrst-clnss Heal Estalo at 10 per cent.
liueresi, liei, payauio seini-aiiniiauy 111 iow
York, mid will guarantee tho collection of all
loans mndu through Its agency. All charges
pain oy 1110 norrower. I'lenso wrne, oeioro in
vesting, for Now York nnd New England icier
ences. and full particulars. Samuel Meiuuli.
(Into (iovernor of Iowa,) President. Address
JAMES B. HEABTWELl, Secretary, Drawer 107
lies .Moines, iowu. uincii awnv
fllWO 11RILLIANT ROOKS FOR Can.
1. vnssers and Salesmen I Bryants "Library
01 Poetry and song," anu .miss iieeener s ,ew
Housekeeper's Manual." 110111 selling fast nnd
fur. Exeiusivo Territory: liberal terms. J. 11.
FOltD & CO., New York, Boston, Chicago and
sau 1 rancisco, juuuu uinu
M, III XB Y Si OO.'S
TWO GI2.MS EOR HOUSEHOLD USE.
BUUV'S FllKNClI LAUNDllV 11LVE.
Iiixuy's Best Shoe Blacxino,
TUl. CARLE'S WATEH PROOF
OIL li LAO KIN 0,
HAltNEWsES, CAItltlAOU TOPS,
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
Fits harnesses perfectly and prevents crack
lug. Does not fry out or gum the surface.
Softens and preserves the leather. Excludes
tho water. Excellent tor boots, shoes, io
ctc-fllves universal satisfaction. Manufac
mylWiwtt N. C, MARCH, Mlddlcbury,
milK SUliSOIllllKIt having nchieveil
jl someiiungoi 11 repuiauon as a
I' HO TO OH A I'll EH
in these United States of North Ameilea, re
turns thanks for the
by the whole people.
.Making FIrsl-CIass work, my speciality I
t.uittu ui , 111, in i.m 1. j v. ,,uii n lining mill, til in I
of work, to " lure a hand " nhillielp us boost tho
Tho Hoom Is newly re-lltled and re-furnlslied,
and you will llnd It qulto pleasant to w hue away
n few lleetlng moments as we go travellngon.
You will 11 nil my
roi:ci:i.Ai.Ns and imitation ponra.Aixa
made up to pleasa all and at less rales than
ever. No expense or pains spared In Tools,
Chemicals or any thing going lo make up
A GOOD L1KI2N12SS
ns It Is my inottatu please, If I do not make n
wirn inn Kxi'KitiKSVi: of r.minr.EN yiiaks,
and most of that time In Itutland, 1 Halter my;
self that I am what I am,
A LIVING 1IUO AMONGST YOU.
1: o (ills 1 N
C L A It K ' S 11 L O (! K ,
(Corner 3lei chants' Row nnd West Sheets,)
JAS. o. MEIIHELL,
(Late of Philadelphia)
q .1. loop,
Wliolesale dealer In
CALIFOItNtA WINES AND BItANDY.
IMl'OKTKn ANU W1101.K.SAI.E DKAI.EIl
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
I'ho nttentlon ot Town Agents, Physicians
mid Druggists Is especially called 10 our wines,
as they tiro unsurpassed tor medical purposes,
coming from one of the oldest vlneynrds lit
California, All goods guaranteed pure and sat
isfactory, or to be returned at my expense.
(London i: Huntoon's Block,)
Itutland. Vt. myltf
(LORE RARER COMPANY.
PUBLISHEHS PHINTEItS, HTATIONEI!
I1I.A.SK HOOK MAXUPACIUHKHS,
Having purchased tho Wholesale Paper and
Stationery business of II. A. Sawyer, and tho
Printing business of Jas. K. Mc Lean, with tho
addition of a complete Book-Bindery, they have
nr,nuniiiiiiti.ii ihe uiioti. Into one business, and
. . ., , ,.,,.
moved the same Into tho new nnd commodious
ninbn nulldlne-." elected esneclally for tho
uso of tho Company.
With 0110 of tho most completo rrliitlns De
partments oi any establishment in the Stale,
underllie supervision of oneot the best practical
printers In tho country, they nro prepared to do
all kinds ot plain and ornamental work In tho
most approved manner and on short notice.
our Jobbing Department will comprlso full
lines ot writing t apers both folded and Hat,
Envelopes, (Note, Letter and Olllclnl,) Blank
Books ot every description, School Books,
Slates, Pens, Pencils, Inks, law Blanks, Cut
lery, Wrapping Papers of all kinds, Paper Bags,
Flour Sacks, Twines und Cordage, Wooden
Ware, Matches, Brushes, Blacking, Blueing,
4c, Ac. This Department will bo found well
stocked and worthy tho attention of cioso buy-
Tho Bindery will bo under tho charge of 0110
ot the most thorough workmen to bo found In
tho State, and all work will bo executed In tho
best stylo and with dispatch.
With men of long cxperlenco In charge, and
with extensive facilities for conducting their
business lu Its several departments, they pic
bent ono of the most completo establishments
of tho kind to be found outside the cities, and
solicit tho patronage of tho Public, feeling con
lldent that they can Insure H10 wants ot all
upon tho most favorable terms.
GLOBE l'APEll CO,
TIIAGS. Vi'u lmve now In btock nnassort
X inent of Dennlson's Patent Direction
Labels and Merchandise Tags, which wo will
sell at manufacturer's prices.
Wo havo also a good btock of " Phillip s So-
cuiity Hook-Tags," a very convenient nnd ber
rlccablo article for merchants. Among Its ad'
vantages are: Goods can bo nioro readily mark,
cd than by any other means; tho tag Is so to-
etircly locked that It cannot become detached
from tho goods; no chance ot tho tag becoming
detached from tho hook; no points projecting
to tear other goods or your Angers. They nro
sate, strong and cheap. Call ami exainlno
them. a LOBE PAPEIt CO,
Merchants using printed wrapping will do
wen to consult ua ucioru oruernig, as wo maKo
as low figures as New York or Boston Houses,
I frc'lfht, ML01IE I'APLH LO.
WAGS. Wo bell Dennlson's Tags
X Printers and Stationers at Dennlson's
lowest wholesale prices.
GLOBE l'AI'EH CO,
T1ENCILS Dixon's Pencils, mnilo it
.IT the United States, are much supeilor id
Faber's, nnd aro sold nt lower prices. Try
(ILOUli I'APElt CO.
BOOK RINDING. Wo nro now remlJ
to receive orders for all kinds of work. I
OLOIIK l'Al'KH CO.
11URNHAM Ai TEMPLE.
We are Agents for tho following llrst class
Fire Insurance Companies.
Aetna Assets, 10,000,000
Imperial " 8,000,000
Home, N. Y " 4,600,000
Hoval " lo,oon,o(K)
Hartford, " 2,260,000
Insurnnce of No. America, Phlla. " 3,250,000
Franklin " 3,400,000
Phenlx, N. Y " 2,000,000
Phcenlv, Hartford " 1,000,000
Sprlngtleld " 1,(XM),000
National, Hartford, " soo.ooo
Theso are the best known of nil the companies
represented In Itutland, and since we have
represented them they have jmtd more wmey to
the citizens of Itutland and vicinity limn nil
other cuwimnleH romlniwd.
This record proves their stability and their
willingness to pay all proper claims.
tVo confidently expect a continuance of the
liberal patronage which these companies have
We also represent the Travelers Life and Ac
cident Insurance Company, We give a better
and cheaper policy than nny other Life com
pany. Call and see.
HUKNHAM A TEMPLE.
Olllce, Opera House, Itutland, Vt.
LI V 12 ASSURANCE SOCIETY
No. 130 IIboadway, New Yohk,
Has become the most popular Llfo Insuranco
Cominny In tho world.
Vjskts orer f20,ooo'ooo
New business during the year 1ST2 ot tho Com-
panics represented In Itutland.
. . .(51,911,079
... 11, 530,304
. . . 4,059,605
local Aiirisnnr uovmi or ketehence :
John N. Baxter, Joel M.IUven,
l redk. ChalTee, (leo. It. Ilottuin,
Ner. P. Simons, Charles L. Stlmson,
Join A. Mead, M.D., John W. Cramton,
Chester Mngslcj, John A. Sheldon,
Col. W . (1, Vea?ey, Nicholas L. Davis.
MASON & VAUOHN,
Jinel9dw2m Jutland, Vt.
JOTICi: IN HANKRUPTOY,
I slnll sell at Public auction on the 12th day
Job', 1S73, ut 4 o'clock-, p. m., at the oftlce of
( Jacoblilgei ton, In Itutland, all the claims due
to theesiato ot Henry c. Haywnrd. on book ac.
count, or by note, nmong which are as follows :
.1ST OF ACCOUNTS DUE II. (.'. IIAYWAIID.
1 .Ncloon nicer.
(5 Luke Bruso
n Mike Barry
'J T'loinas Bowen
31 Pitfc Casey
37 Juin Donovan
4' Jthn l'redett ,
. Jthn Fredelt
1 lrank Mould
t Daniel Chile
ft Haskal Laird
r. John 11. smith
r frank Haley
William Welch :,
I Terranco sw eeuey. . . ,
t Stephen Side
1 A in nine Prevost....,,
7 Judson Sears
7 John Winters
7 Nelson Wtishburn
H John Young
8 John Haley
f Felix Cole.....
6 Peter King
I John Council
I John Cennell
1 Barney Ward
I I. T. 1'hnttertoii
l( John Bourct
If James Oats
11 Paul Lasurray
11 Hugh Downs
II Josen 1 Fredett
1 Patk McLaughlin
11 Charles Patch
'hlllp riUgerald J15 C9
Jas, w. Mlbbs
J, B. Calkins
John J. Dltts
I Nelson Fredett
I Joseph Meno
Thomas Leonnrd, nolo 25 00
Patk McDonougli, do 105 27
I. Spring do 33 00
T W. Hall 1I1 ,, 00 00
Peter Premo, do 1ST 60 892 TT
Also, bankrupts Interest In nslnucrhtcr house
Itutland, Juno 30th,'i873. Jyldl2d. '
IHE REST ROAD SCRAPER OR
In tho world, Is tho
A. It. LANDON, State Asent, nutlauam.
Vomits nnd gvouiisionis.
rjlHE CLOSING OUT SALE
ot 11 stock or
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
DOMESTIC DRY (1001)3
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CltOCKEHY, MLASSWAHE, AC, AC,
II A S (J O M M E N E D .
Will avail themselves of the opportunity which
It fronts to replenish their stock ot household
tf Every article Is sold nt cost or less.
t'l.KASK CAM. AMD I.TKAliN' liSlCKI.
O. W. CHAPLIN, Jl!.,
No. 9, MERCHANTS' HOW, HUTLAND.
T A: T. CAD EN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED FRUITS, PICKLES, Ac,
AND FANCY MOODS.
Also, Dealers In
DRY GOODS, SHAWLS, DRESS MOODS,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, Ac, AC.
An assortment of
RENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Constantly on hand.
AGENTS FOR MAIL STEAMERS TO AND
nrDRAlTS FOR ANY AMOUNT ON THE
BANKS OF ENGLAND, IRELAND. SCOTLAND
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN STS.
1 8 fi 7 . 1 8 7 II .
O L I) R 12 DJ S T O it E .
aitouEitins Axn pmvmoxs,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
CHESTER KINGS LEY.
majltf Merchants' Itow.
U L T O N M A It K E t,
All kinds of Meats, Fish, Vegetables and
Fruits In their season.
Klngsley i Sprague's niock, Merchants' Row.
Q. R E E R T U R N 12 R
BUliMl HKFrXIXd COMPAXV,
70 WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Offer ror sale all the various grades of Itiiined
Sugar of Superior (Juallly at the Low est Market
Prices. A superior quality or White Sugar ror
Confectioners use. Also,
COFFEE EXTRA C,
And the lower grades of
Y E I, L O Y ,S' U (i A Jl .
Orders to bo addressed lo our ofllco lit New
York, 70 Wall Street, Cor. Pearl.
Tartlcs ordering 10 barrels can havo them us
sorted. Tehms Thlily days, or Cash In 7 days, less
H per cent, discount.
E. G. BAXTER,
T NO. S.1 MERCHANTS' ROW,
AM. KINDS OF UOOUS
D O W N I D O AY N ! !
3 lbs. HYSON TEA for OOcents.
3 lbs. OOI.ONO TEA for 00 cents.
3 lbs. YOUNO HYSON TEA tor (1,00.
Valencia Raisins, 10 ccuts per lb.
Ijiyer ltalslns, 12 cents per lb.
Itutland und Weymouth Nulls, Cutlery, Flour,
ideal unit Uraln, and a thousand things too nu
merous to mention, ns long windy advertise
ments cost, vt lilch customers, Indirectly, nave 10
JAMIUS E. MI.YNN.
Rutland. Vt. June 19. unel9 diwnn
OOD CHOPPERS WANTED TO
cut 600 cords of hnrd wood In Meuuon.
Apply to Mko. W, Ciun.iN, Jr., Merchants'
SAL K 1
The subscriber has a Candy nnnaratus com-
prising u complete out lit for manufacturing
candy, which ho will bell tor less than one-halt
tho original cost. Also, ono heavy Truck Wa
gon, very cheap ; and ono pair of Double Work
GEO. W. CHAPLIN, Jn., .
u Merchants' Itow,
Rutland, May 80. mysodtf.
he gutlunrt gjaihj $tok.
FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1873.
Iliilvorvll)- or Vermont.
Abstract of tho nclilress of Rev. N. G.
Clark, D. D., of Rostom
Dr. Clark nllmlcil to the cltritmstnnce
mentioned liy Hllllaril In Ins Six Months In
Italy, that of the villa of the Emperor
Ilnilrian, vvlicio onto was gathered all that
the taste and luxury of East und West
could bestow, liothlnij now remains but n
llavoriiiKshrub.n species of Syring.i.brought
hy Hiulrlaii from Svrln. The (,'orgeoua
halls and thcutics ami lyceuins have jiasscd
awny, nnd only this fragile llowcr remains
faithful to the memory of Hadrian. So Is
It with much of the literature of the past.
Some simple ballad or story survives, while
mnro elaborate works disappear. Nothing
Is so abiding and nothing so lleetlng as lit
crary fame. Not one of 11 thousand authors
outlives his generation. This Is not beonuse
their woi ks are altogether worthless. Most
of them, doubtless, serve some temporary
or local purpose. Having accomplished
that they pass avtay, while .Milton, Shake
speare, Dante and the blind old bard of
Sclo, sing in the car of every generation.
What, llicn, Is tho vltnl element of all high
literature, which gives It Its abiding power
In the hearts of men?
In nnswerlng this question the speaker
dwelt on the distinction liotwcen scientific
writings and literature. The sphere of lit
erature Includes all presentations of truth
under forms of the Imagination. It ap
peals to the heart, to the sentiment of beau
ty, to the sense of what Is good and tiuth
lul. If there were no good or progress ex
cept material good and progress, there
would be 110 place for literature, or ait,
or religion. Lltcratme and art have In
sonic respects a common Held. Literature
may lival ait in its descriptions of nature.
Rut there is this difference : thai literature
permits and even requires a moral purpose.
Dr. Claik alluded to llteratuie as Illustra
ting history, and of late years to its service
under the pens of Dickens, Mrs. Stowc,
Mrs. Drowning and others on the side of
moral reforms. He ilicii"--cd also the rela
tion of religion to literature. Ho alluded
to the literary excellence and vnluo of the
Ilible, and finally reached the conclusion
that the vital element of literatuie is Its
moral purpose. No book Is destined lo
live which does not minister in sincerity to
the wants of the moral nature. In fact,
the essential element of all ti 110 culture,
life and progress Is the 1 eeognltion of the
fact that man is not a thing, lint an Immor
Or. Clink developed his main thought by
mauv felicitous Illustrations. His address
was high In tone and polished In its theto
rle. He spoke forty minutes, was listened
to with close Interest, and was heartily ap
plauded. poem ny nnv. o. 11. wheki.ei:.
The following is 1111 extract from the
Almost n score or years hav e passed nway
since Ili-others met 10 celebrate the day
When liny years of lulled history
We closed, mid hands were clasped most lov
ingly That never main will clasp again on e.nlli,
And volcesmliigled, musical with mirth,
Tho' tremulous with age, that now nro hushed.
How the old broUiers like boys together rushed
In that last greeting I How the glossy brown,
1 he golden and the raven, with t he crown
ot sliver then were blended I And they
.uutij ot-uVaiii un titer in slumber deep
Tliegraiul old men, who look our hea'itsand
mem to 1110 throne or grace, will pray no
Unless they pray In heaven. Tho statesman
Ills ripened beauty flits an honored grave,
And w ho. with such n noblo record could
Boolherthuii our piide, who always stood
A peer, among thu noblest of tho land
Death round 110 stain iiikui that rolded hand.
And sumo havo given up their bravo young
To stay the rearrul fratlcIdalMrlfe.
They left their works, In uulet classic graves.
Eor tho moaning winds to play on, left their
And homes and now their tangled locks aro
Where, breezes with tho orange breath are
Or, here at home, their treasured dust Is sleep
lug Where love-wreathed Dowers, are sweetest
Familiar here, with old heroic deeds,
Prepared tiicheilsli Just such noblo seeds
Of line devotion, love ror Fatherland,
Happy beneath thu dear old Hag to stand,
And learn, lr need be, O how sweet to die.
l'orcountiy, truth und threatened Liberty.
our Fathers too aro gone, we wait In vain
Their greeting they have Joined Ihe funeral
Not many Heel-winged years havo passed
Since Wheeler's lofty fonn In silence lay,
Awaiting burial, and the Hps weru mute.
So fragrant wllh iho often tasted fruit,
or learning fragrant with a tender lovo
or dear ones here, and those aw Ring him
How pleasant to recall the Honing crystal lldu
or eloquence, that redouryoulhriil pilde,
rplirtlng wllh Us own resistless might,
The pliant form to grand majestic height.
Not many, since wo had lo J leld our right
To Smith, whose armor always Is so bright.
Whose logic ho was bold w ho dared lo meet ;
Who. It Ills spirit hud not been so sweet,
Would terrible have been lo all but rrlends;
Who had tho manly grucu that condescends
To sheathe Iho sinews ot a giant's grasp
Willi tho silken softness of u brother's clasp.
Not many, since our Pease was smitten down
So suddenly, It seemed that Heaven'u fruwn
Had swept the sunlight from our brother's
And left of gladness sciireo a single I race ;
Hi every featuro we beheld tho play
or lightning thought, and kindly reeling lay
Ready to spring upon us tiom tho eye
That look Its colors nom tho loving sky.
Ho did not tall at evening's sw eet decline,
When weary ones with tranquil Joy resign
Life's burdens no, tho angels from the Dome,
Where day Is brightest, took our brother home,
Not many, slnco wo bado farewell
To Torrey, ilpofor Heaven, whero such ones
Who loved, ns others love, but most of nil
Knnmored ot the Truth, to whom no gall
So bitter seemed as Falsehood, Tempered ho
And yet tho electric Hashes mado you feel
How pure unit kind ho was. Ills transient
Lett naught but brightness In lis gleaming
Ho loved the balm of philosophic bowers
And sweet Ihe calm ol rraglant tw Right hours.
Not many, since we lost lu Marsh, another
So wnrlliv of Ills siilnteil. reerless Brother.
And Mils Is quite enough In say ot any
And w hut, alas, we cannot say or many.
And last of nil that dear heroic band,
To whom compelled to give the parting hand,
Tho noblo veteran Benedict has gone.
He lingered till the evening touched the dawn,
As full ot wisdom us ho was or years.
Metlitnks 1 hear him bid us spare our tears,
And work away, till wo havo bravely won
Lire's richest prize, as ho hath surely done.
Yo gat tiered ones, yo need 110 song ot ours,
Twould mar tho music or celestial bowers
Knougli, it when uurtntteied sails are furled
Yo kindly greet us lu 11 better world,
Mark I From tho past, mellilnks I hear
Hinging among our mountains, loud and clear,
Tho voice ot one, whoso spirit could not crook
A coward's cringe, or tyrant's haughty look ;
Who hated shams, and scorned all rain pre
tence Nor shrank from danger, In tho stem dofenco
ot what, to htm, was clearly light und true;
From Mod Inheiited, nnd therefore duo
To nil mankind too mnnly und too brave
To be, or let nnother be a slave.
Pointing us lu Iho only rlghtiul I In ono
i'uttl ev ery so erelgn can declare his on n,
Thu only suurco of into authority
Above uittehwten Vonyren of the Ftte,
ot scorching heat mid thuniler-laiten storm
Fearless llkehlm, behold the marble firm
To lleuven uplltilng with 11 mien ho gland
A brave, untrembllng honett hand.
When Mod would mnko a struggling peoplo
Aud men endow with real majesty.
An hunest mnn the leader's sn mil has drawn,
And It the day ts traitor to the dawn,
Aud states attempt a ghastly suicide,
Ho gives an honest Lincoln then to gLldi
The liallou through tlio dismal strife,
And save tho chastened realm's Imperilled llfo.
An honest man, tlio holiest work of Mod,
Husoren hero thu path of angels trod,
Tho light ot Heuv eu lllumos Ills open race,
Vlrtuo has lent to every feature graco j
.w ...I nuts 1.U11111111; 111 1111 11 uiiuui ryes,
Ho Itfisnofeelintf Mint ho need disguise.
iuiiii, ri jt;.- ii'ai Ullf, mill Jul ui pa
Tho tribute due thee, on this fostal day,
Come from the palace, learolts glided halls,
Cyiro from the cottato, wi.oro the humlle tolls,
o come, with stalwart man's Imperial head
Come with n woman's queenly t 'ead. "
With honors crowned, our homage tlilno shall
And this denied, wo proudly welcome thee.
The grand expression of dlvlncst skill
Tlie proof that patient Heaven doth chorlali still
The old cternaf thought, that man shall bear
The father's Image, and his glory share.
Apple trees north and cast of St. Johns-
bnrv nrn limllt. Imf l.i. ,1.n ...tinH t.!l !..
J "" "".J null 11 lliv 1111111.1, IIJJIIO ill
a southerly direction, through Uarnct and
in Pcacham, It is said lltllo damage was
done by the cold. Rarron's nursery, in
Concoid, Is report ei I as having sufTered se
verely. A conespnndont of the Lvndon Union
says: Now 11 word about our better O)
half who has 11 penchant for making things
look slick and nice. She found n nail of
paint, not a brush mid nntnleil tbn i.r.1tnr
Btnlrs. She commenced lit the ton nnd
painted herself Into the rellar, and had to
crawl out the cellar window. Oh-ho-ho-ho:
smart, vvnsn"t she ?
-Mr. A. D. Whitney, a graduate of Mld
dlcbury class of 18(13, has been engaged ns
Principal of the Essex Classical Institute
at Essex Centre.
Joslah Pratt and another man visited
Victory last Saturday, nnd brought home
2!10 trout and over 8000 mosquito blotches.
It was a great day for biles.
E iaiililiii Count'.
The dry house of Smith and Wclhnan
at Montgomery Village, caught fire Mon
day night of hist week, but the crowd was
soon on hand and extinguished the llanies ;
not, however, until considerable damage
Ex-Gov. Smith, Woithlngton C. Smith,
Edward A. Smith, A. W. Woodworth,
Daniel Moren and Silas P. Carpenter, re
presenting the Central Vermont and Mis
slsquol roads, met nt Ricliford last week,
to confer with Col. A. 11. Foster, concern
ing 11 connection between the MNsisquoi
railroad and the Southeastern railroad at
Ricliford. A connection was decided upon
If the engineers shall report the bridging of
the liver between tho two depots feasible.
Orange County Court adjourned after a
session of four weeks.
The asbestos deposits in Lowell extend
lor twelve or thirteen miles, uml nie abso
The house and outbuildings of J. Q. A.
Wheeler of South Trov, vveie destroyed by
lire 011 the 23d ult. "Insured for 1,700.
Thu body of Frederick L. Cross, who
was drowned recently at Hiivciliill, N. II.,
was recovered on Tuesday. He was 21
years old and unmairied, aiul had been liv
ing In Rradford, up to "within a few weeks
of Iho time he was drowned.
A little son of On-ill Temple of New
bury, about four years of age, was tenibly
bitten In the face Tuesday morning, by a
dog belonging to Rurnlmm Shepard. jewel,
er. The dog was killed at once.
At a meeting of the stockholders of the
new National Rank at Chelsea, ElihuIIyde,
George E. Hyde, Aaron Davis, John B.
Racon, Foster Grow, and A. R. King werr
elected directors. Tho directors appointed
ElihuIIyde president, and John Claik of
St. Johnsbury, cashier.
The stockholders of tho Montpelier,
Hard wick nnd lllnrk River Rallroadmct at
West Albany July to elect directors.
Three children of .Mr. Lyman Darling of
Glover, had been to pick berries last Satur
day, and 011 letuiiilng home the horse, from
some cause, became unmanageably throw
ing them from thu wagon and Injuring
them all seriously; one, at Inst Intornia
Hon received, remained insensible.
The Orleans County Agilcultural Society
have ut down the amount of premiums oi
fercd at their next fair, from those award
ed in former years.
A new banking house is being erected for
the use of the National bank at Derby
The National bank of Orleans, at Iras
burgh, has Individual deposits to the
amount of only $15,030 1)1.
The editor of the Woodstock Stiindjrtl
had sent to him from Plymouth 011 the 28lh
of June, a quantity of snow taken from a
snow bank hi that town, and a dish of hot
maple sugar, so that he enjoyed sugar 011
snow with the thermometer at 88.
The Wtioilstock National Rank 011 July
1st. declaied a semi-annual dividend of four
per cent, and carried over tluee per cent,
to the surplus fund. This Institution now
ranks among the largest ami best in Ha
state. Russell Coblelgh, manufacturer of chil
dren's carriages mid sleighs nt Chester,
ships his goods to St. Paul, St. Louis and
Maltrah Howard of Rochester Hollow,
had Ills left shoulder broken recently, also
severely bruised in the lelt side and" on the
bend and about the left eye, by being
thrown out of a wagon,
Nathan Howe, aged 1(1 years and 0 mos.,
formerly a member of the First Regiment,
Vermont Cavalry, died at Rrattleboro on
thu 18th ult.
The National Rank of Rarre renorts hi-
dividual deposits to the amount pf..i21,-
Tho lthof July was celebrated ut Worces
ter by a clilldreiis strawberry festival.
Tho stage line from Middlesex to Walts,
field has passed Into the hands of H, G.
Von Deusen, contractor.
Joseph Gould & Son of Norllitleld un
building n new wooden factory 100 by fifi
feet, four stoi les high, which will accom
modate six sets of machinery. It Is to be
built of brick nnd when completed and
finished will cost $70,000.
Tlio cheese factoiy nt Watorliury Is sup.
plied with the milk of 410 cows and from
18 to 2Q large chceso are mado dallv.
Tho Rank of Wiitiiburv has declaied a
semi-annual dividend of live per cent., and
added two per cent, to Its surplus fund.
Summer guests' are arriving at tho Wator
Tho new bank lu Rarre opened for busi
ness July 1st, hijvlug nlco cosy banking
rooms fitted up in tlio Rrlck Storo Rlock.
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, ROYS'
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iiiitniuui-uir. wsu, uu tunus oi iruus 111 cans,
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QARATOGA IN HUTLAND. THE
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X ' 'J.1 cents per bottle, and every Both.k
makes tun uai.lons of splendid Beer.
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