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RUTLAND, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1873.
PRICE THREE - GENTS! '
VOL. 1....NO. 73.
decoration of churches, halls and
Good tlrst-class work nt rcnsonnblo prices.
Many .venrs experience In tho business, come
ana sco my woi k
No. 1, Wales, Cor. West street,
jyttdlm Rutland. t.
Jl O K K II O V H K,
opposite central Homo - RUTLAND, Vt.
ltt'TLANI) MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholesalo dealers lu
WOOD AND CHAIN SKAT CHAIRS, BED
STEADS AND CHAIR STOCK.
Corner of West and Forest Sts,
I.. Atwooo, Agt. O. C. Hcimi.KS, Treas.
J W. KIN(),
Manufacturer and wholesale and retail dealer In
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, AND HOUSE FUR
of KVKllV DKSCBlrTION.
FUllWACK STKEKT. HCTLAND, VT.
Orders by mall or otherwise promptly t,cnl'
cu 10. ...j.-..
J. J. GUINDON,
, A C K 8 M I T It
Particular attention paid to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted. Shop on
WEST ST., KKAR 0LITKK MAKBLK WOttKS,
mayldum RUTLAND, VT.
lincoln iron works.
Marble Mill and Hoisting Machinery of the
most Improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings and general ma
steel and Iron Wlro Itopo at Manufacturer's
Ikltutland, Vt., May 1, 19J3. mayldtt
A. H. HAAVLEY,
rOXTIUCTOn ASD m ACTIO Ah SLATER,
Ho Is prepared to do nil work promptly and
well. Orders can he left at J. 15. Olynn's storo
on Merchants' now, or at tho llardwell House.
ItefcrtMet ltockwood Barrett, Rutland; L. M.
Mason, President of First National Hank, De
troit, Michigan i Hon. J. M. Marvin, Saratoga
LIVE II Y .
If you wish n nlco TUI1N OUT, go to
C. F. It I C II A II D SON'S,
(Lata 1). Whltcomb"3,)
CKNTEK STKEET, RUTLAND, VEnMOST.
Careful drivers and the tlncst of Carriages.
Stables open nt all hours. Horses baited,
msodtf ' . F. RICHARDSON, l'noi'RiETon.
P ITTSFORI) FUItNAOE
,1. 1'rtICHAHD, 1'ROntIETOH.
CHARCOAL MO IRON,
JOSEPH II. GUY,
8. HAYWAKD J: CO.,
GROCERIES. PROVISIONS, HAY AND WOOn.
WASml.NUTUX ST., IlBTLAND, VT.
O. T. C It O S S,
Manufacturer of and Dealer In
FINISHING LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH,
CLAPBOAI DS, AND SrHUCB LUMBER,
DOOHS, SASH, 11I.INDS, MOULD
1NOH, BRACKETS, WIN
DOW FRAMES &
Scroll Sawing of all kinds, Planing, Mn'chins
i Mnif. rinnn tn nnier. Ynrd and Mill Cor
ner of Union nnd Furnace Streets, near Freight
-..- A 1l,.lnhrl ft At fl V I ft ATW3ni-
uuuuu itunuiiu. l .--
37 N. MERRIAM'S rERFICT FIT
ll . TINO SHIRTS. What they bay of them.
"I never had any shirts that lit tod mo so i well
as thoso made by you." L. H. num.
"The shirts nro received, and fit not like a
shirt on a bean pole, but 1 JW
"The first shirts I over had that suited me.
Tho nt is perfect In ever respect."
jcjfdly D. W. MARSHALL.
CURTAIN CORNICES OF BLACK
Walnut, or all Gilt, made to order. Cur
tain Rings, Tassels and Cords. DEARBORN'S
unit Mantle Shelves mado to order, with
Plain or Moulded edges. BRACKETS sawed in
different styles at arSclk.
"VrEW MOULDINGS FOR PICTURE
Ll Framing, Cliromos,
ARM FOR SALE.
The subscribers otrcr for sale their farm, sit
uated about two miles from tho vlllago of Hal
lows Falls, on tho Chester road, well known
JOHN CLAnK FARM,
Containing about tlireo hundred and fifty acres
of land; two dwelling houses, threo barns and
two tenant houses, near tho railroad track.
The tenant houses aro new. Tho largo farm
house has been thoroughly repaired and paint;
ed, with new plazia In front and end, new front
fence, all In tho most substantial and tasteful
manner, making it a doslrable residence.
Nearly three-fourths of n mllo of new water plno
from a nevcr-fauing fountain supplies all tho
OVER TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
lias been expended within tho past two years
on buildings and fences, besides tho tonant
houses. The land Is adapted to the raising of
an Kinus oi crops. Bomo uuy uurua uiu wen
ntliintei) for trtinepn. Thn lnnrl Is now under a
good state of cultivation, by having been fed
out a largo amount of hay and gralH tho past
two years, which has been brought on tho
place, besides that which the farm has pro
duced. Tho eastern lino Is tho Connecticut
river nnd the farm laving westerly, divided Into
pasturo and tillage land, with n sufficient sup
ply of wood for the premises. Sit uatcd so near
the village of Bellows Falls a vlllago growing
innrn rnnldlv than nnv nlaco within the State.
nnd with its unlimited water power, which Is
fnur. liMmr imnroved. must continue to Increase
In n still larger proportion In tho future makes
It the most desirable farm In these parts. Pos
session given Immediately, except tho mill
yard, and that In ono year. Impure of the sub
scribers on tho premises; or Joseph Wilson,
firm of J. Wilson uo.. near uiu uepoi ; ur vt u
der & Hopkins, at West Rupert, Vt.
WILDER k HOrKINS.
Bellows Falls, May-1, 1873. mjl-dlf
GEORGE O. NEWMAN,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
onico ; Derby's Block, 8d Floor Front.
First class village and farm property for snlo
iand to let. Money to loan on notes, mortgages,
life policies and other approved securities,
T)ASTURE LAND IN P1TTSFORD
JIT For sale or rent, one hundred nnd twenty
llvo acres of fine PASTURE land located one nnd
one-half miles from Plttsford Village Address
or call on E. P. HITCHCOCK, under National
Bank of Rutland, Rutland. Vt. Mayltt
Tho subscriber offers tor salo tho
HOUSE AND LOT, 21 COTTAGE STREET,
Corner William street.
Houso is In good repair, contains 12 rooms, gas
and water aboro and below. Location desirable.
Cellar always dry and well ventilated. Barn has
accommodations for two horses, or horso and
cow. Good barn cellar.
A portion of tho furniture will be sold with
tbe house If dessred.
Possession Riven at any tlmo,
o. Hi roitnEs.
"1, Juno a 1STH. dtf
hotels nnrt .ghunn mt.
R I) W E 1,1 II O U S E ,
J. If. CIIAMTON, I'ropriitor.
The BARDWELL HOUSE Is located opposite
tho Depot, and has long been favorably Known
to the traveling public. It has been recently
Improved, now ntlordlng tho best and most
amplo accommodation to guests.
The TABLE will bo supplied with all the
luxuries of tho Season, and every attention 111
bo paid to tho comfort of Its patrons.
In tho future, as In the past, tlio Proprietor In
tends to make It n lint-class House affording
all the comforts of n homo to the traveler. The
public patronago Is solicited.
A GOOD LIVERY In connection with the
Attentive PORTERS will bo found at the De
pot on the arrival of all trains.
AKE DUNMORE HOUSE,
E. P. HITCHCOCK, Pitoi-itiKTon'.
.1. W. POUTER. Manmkh.
This well known and popular Hotel, situated
on the shores of Lako Duntnore, lias been re
cently put In thorough repair. Several now
Cottages have been built and newly furnished,
nnd will bo opened Juno 1st, for t he reeept Ion of
boarders and tourists. maj 2sdl f
milE EQUINOX HOUSE, MAKCiir.stf.ii,
X Vermont. Drawlngroom cars run through
without change, from New York to Manchester,
by 10:40 a in, train, via N. Y. S Harlem railroad.
Passengers by Hudson rl cr Btenmcrs, lcn Ing
New York at 0 p. m., connect at Troy w ltli 8 n.
m. train, arriving nt Manchester nt lotf a. m.
A train leaves Troy at B p. m. arriving nt Man
chester at 1Z p. in.
Trains lenvo Rutland for Manchester nt 3 a.
m., 9:50 a. m. and 2:25 p. m. On Sundays at 7:30
a. m. Address ,.,,.
jylOd F. H. OltVIS.
F A R M E US' IIO T E L ,
FllEIOHT STREET, - - RUTLAND, VT.
A FIRST CLASS
M E A T M A It K E T
IN ROTEI. Iimt.IHNO.
.1. E. JOHNSON. 1'RoniIETOR.
.i. v. Fis unit's:
N E W DINING ROOMS,
Central Houso Block, Met chants' How,
Warm Meals served at nil hours of tho day
and evening. mayld3m
N E W DINING II ALL,
In rooms formerly occupied by J. W. rislier
KINOSI.EY & SPRAOUE'S BLOCK,
WAUM MEALS SERVE!)
AT AM. HOUR.
CENTRAL AND RUT
.1.. n,nH Unn.T.K T.tnn Art 1 CM Ipnfn.
I'll UUU UIU', K.UIIUUJ. UUUG U, lo.d, tlUIIU
will run as follows, (Sundays excepted) :
GOINO SOETH AND EAST.
Leave Rutland at 12:50 and 4:30 a. in., and 12:10
and 6:oo p. m.
Albans at 0:20 n. m., Burlington nt 8:10 a. m.,
Port Henry nt 7:15 a. m., Rutland nt 12:10 p. m.,
iioiintvs wniis nr. Q:so n. m.. nrrlvlnir at New Lon
don at 8:30 p. in., connecting with steamer for
NEW YORK EXPRESS. Leaves St Albans at
9:00 a. m., Burlington 10:20 n. m., arriving in
Rutland at 12:50 p. m.
NIGHT EXPRESS. Leaves Ogdensburgatl2:
33 p.m., I'lattsburg 8:30 p.m Montreal 8:30 p.m.,
hi ..'.TniinM d-r,n n. m.. St. Albans 7:20 n. m.. Uur-
llncrtin 4)10 n. m.. HllMfind 12:50 a. ill.. RcllOWS
Falls, 3:25 a. in., arriving at New London lit 11:15
mivfti t iain Leaves iiuriiniTLon ul ' uu u.
m.. arriving In Rutland at 7:40 p.m. Leaves
Rutland at 4:30 a. m., Bellows Falls 7:45 a. in.,
(accommodation train), arriving at New London
at r:iu p. in.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Rutland at6:00 p. in.,
arriving in Bellows Falls at 10:00 p. m.
Leaves Rutland at 1:13 and 5:40 n. in., nnd 2:30
and 5:05 p. m.
ma II,. leaves New London at 8:00 a. m..
Sprlngneld 8:00 a. m., Boston 7:30 a. m., Bellows
Falls 11:43., Rutland 2:30 p. m., arriving nt Port
Henry at V:o p. m., Burlington 6:00 p. m., St.
Albans o:40 p. m., Montreal 9:45 p. m., Ogdcns
burg 1:45 a. m., making connections with trains
lor i no west.
express leaves nuuanu nv o:uo p. ui., ov,
Albans lit 8:55 n. m.
Ijavcs New London nt
2:45 p. m., Sprlngtleld at 8:10 p. in., connecting
wlth train leaving
vlth train leaving new orK ul :uu p. m., j-i-
lows Falls 11:20 p.
in., connecting with train
leaving Boston nt 5:30 p. in., Rutland 1:43 n. m
Burlington 4:40 a. m., St. Aioans o:io. nrnving
In Mnntrfilll at 9:45 a. in., l'lttltsbunr ut 12:uo in..
nnd Ogdensburg nt 12:35 p. m., connecting with
trains roriuo est. ,
mi yei) train. Leaves Rutland nt 6:40 n. m,
LcnvoBurllngtoimt9:30a. in., St. Albans 12:no
in., arriving in ogdensburg nt 8:50 p. m. and St.
.Trilirw ill &t!di n. III.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Bellows Falls at 4:30
a. in., arriving In Rutland at 0:20 a. m.
ACCOMMODATION. Leaves New London at
8:ioii. m., Bellows Falls o:00 p. m., arriving lu
lnttlnml nt. fl'RS n. m.
Trains loavo Burlington polug east, for Mont
peller, lie, nt 0:55 a. m 12:30 p. m. nnd I:M p. in.
Trains leuvo Bellows Falls going north, for
White ltlver Junct on. sc.. at u. in. unu
1t.l n m . nml ft-M nnd 11211 n. m.
cnntiKfrrinKs At Rulland with Rensselaer S
S.untogaand Harlem Extension Railroads ; nt
Bellows Falls with Cheshire Railroad ; nt south
vnrnrin with f'nniippf lent lMver Railroad.
mr-tueenliu? ears aro nttached to night trains
between St. Albans and Troy, nnd Burlington
St. Albans. Vt., Juno 3d. 1873.
ARLEM EXTENSION RAILROAD
CHANGE OF TIME.
SUMMER Alt RANG EM ENTS.
On and after Monday, Juno 20tli, 1872, trains
win run asioiiows:
MIXED. Leaves Rutland nt 3:00 a.m., con
nftltiir nt. Mtjitn Lino with train for Trov.
MAIL. Leaves Rutland 9J0 a. in., and mak
ing close connections at Chatham 4 Corners
wjth trains for New York, Albany, Hudson, and
botu east unu west uii j. a. j. it. u.
MIXED. I-eavB Rutland at 2.25 p. m., to Ben
nfnortnn nnd Trov.
SUNDAY MILK TRAIN (with passenger car
ntiaciieu). lA'avf s iiuuunu uv i.uu . m.
Rutland to Now York
" to Albany,
" to Hudson,
lif"No lay over chocks given.
ARRIVE AT RUTLAND.
Mall, 9.35 p,
T.30 p. m.
Mixed, 12.09 p. m.i mixed,
V. (1. WHITE, Supt.
Jlullond. June 14, 1872. majldSwtf
M. HIXIlY & Op.'S
TWO GEMS FOR HOUSEHOLD USE.
HIXBT'S FRKNCn Lacndrv Blce.
BttBT's BestSdoe Blacxino.
milE GREAT SOUTH AJIERICAN
JURUUKIIA BLOOD PURIFIER.
Is tho most powerful cleanser, strengthencr
nnd remover of Glandular Obstructions known
to Materia Meillca.
1 1 Is specially adapted to constitutions " worn
down " nnd debilitated by tho warm weather of
Spring nnd Hummer, when tho blood is not In
nctlvu clrrulatlon, consequently gathering im
purities from sluggishness nnd imperfect action
nt the secretive organs, nnd is manifested by
Tumors, Eruptions, Blotches, Bolls, Pustules,
Scrofula, sc., Ac.
. When weary nnd languid from overwork, and
dullness, drowsiness and Inertia take the place
of energy and vigor, tho system needs n Ionic
to build It up and help tho Vital Forces to re
gain their cupernllvo power.
In the heat of summer, frequently, the Liver
and Spleen do not properly perform Ihelr func
tions; tho Uterine and Urinary Organs lire in
nctlve, producing weakness of the stomach and
Intestines nnd n predisposition to bilious de
rangement. DR. WELLS'
EXTRACT OF JURUItEUA
Is prepared directly from tho South American
Plant, and is peculiarly suited to all these dim
cultles; It will cleanse the Vitiated Blood,
strengthen tho Llfe-niMng Powers, and remove
all obstructions from
lMl'AIRKIl ANU KNFKRBI.KD OROANS.
It should be freely taken, as Jurubeba Is pro
nounced by medical writers tho most elllclent
l'urlller, Tonic and Deobstruent known In the
whole rnnge of medicinal plants.
JOHN ). KKL1.0(l(l,lsl'lattstrect,NewYork.
Sold by Druggists. Solo Agent for the United
Slates. Price ono Dollar per Bottle. Send for
Circular. Julyl4 dv4w
"7"ORKING CLASS. Male or female,
TT jcoon week guaranteed. Respectable
employment nt home, day or c enlng ; nn capi
tal required; full Instructions nnd Miluable
package of goods sent free by-mnll. Address,
with six cent return stamp. M. YOUNG .v. CO.,
173 Greenwich street. N. Y. Julyl4 Uw4v
XTKVER NEGLECT A CO UGH. Notli
JlI ing Is moro certain to lay the foundation
for futuie ctil consequences.
WELLS' CARROLIC TADLETS
are a sure cure for all diseases of thoA'espIra
tory Orgnns, Sore Throat, Colds, Croup, Diph
theria, Asthma, Catarrh, Hoarseness. Dryness
of tho Throat, Windpipe, or Bronchial Tubes,
nnd nil diseases of tho Lungs.
In nil eases of sudden coldHJl"'cvcr taken,
these Tablets should bo promptly and freely
used. They equalize tlio circulation of tho
blood, mitigate (ho severity of the attack, and
will, in nvery short tlmp, restore healthy action
to the affected organs.
Wells' Carlioltc Tablets are put up only In
bluo boxes. Tako no substitutes. If they can't
be found nt your druggist's, send nt once to tho
agent In New York, who will forward them by
Don't be iieceneu uy imitations.
Sold bv druggists. Price 25 cents a box.
JOHN l. KEI.I.OdO, 13 Piatt St., New York.
Send for Circular. Solo Agent for tho United
I rv I'KR CENT. NET. Tlio Iowa
I Ijinii anil Trust Comnanv will Invest
money on llrst-class Real Estate at 10 per cent.
Interest, net, paynblo semi-annually in New
York, nnu win guarantee uiu coueeiion ui mi
loans made through Its agency. All charges
paid by tho borrower. I'leaso write, before In
vesting, for New York and New England refer
ences, nnd full particulars. Samuel Merrill,
(Into Governor of Iowa,) President. Address
JAMES B. HEARTWELL, Secretary, Drawer 107
Des Moines Iowa Iulyl4dw4w
CONSTANT EMPLOYMENT. Agehts
wanted, either sex. 130 a week warranted.
No capital required. Full particulars and snni
plo sent free. Address, with 0 cent return
stamp, C. ROSS, box 142 Williamsburg N. Y.
ANVASSING ROOKS sent FREE fur
Prof. FOWLER'S GREAT WORK
On Manhood, Womanhood and their Mutual
inier-rciaiions: love, us i.nws, rower, ciu.
Ao-eiilsnrnRelllnirfrom20to80 conies of this
work a day, and we send a canvassing book f reo
to any book agents. Address, stntlnir experi
ence, etc.. NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO., l'llll
delphla, Pa. Jyl4diw4w.
"!TfltITE FOR LARGE ILLUSTRATED
VV 1'rlcoLlst. Address, GREAT WESTERN
GUN WORKS, No. 179, Srailbtlcld St, Pittsburg,
Pa. Breech-loading shot-guns, J40 to tarn.
Double shot-guns. s to lino. Slnglo guns, to
20. Rllles, s to 75. Revolvers, fiUo $25. Pis
tols, 1 to $8. Gun material, llshlng tackle.
wirgc uiscount 10 iieiiierHurciuua. muy kiuii,
revolvers, sc., bought or traded for. Goods
sent by express C. o. D. to bo examined before
paid for. Jyl4dtw4w
"tPAMPHORINE" cures every pain,
Ac. Try it. soin uy nil uruggisis,
REUBEN IIOYT. l'ron'r. Now York.
In four weeks ranvns
slnc was ono agent's pro-
lt on Bryant's Library J'Mtry aud .Sow; ; 170
111 OUO WCCK on J tie .acio itouncLccjier (t jmintvt,
byMlsslleechcr nnd Mrs. Stowe. Any nctlve
man or women can have an agency. J, II. FORD
& CO., New York, Boston, Chicago nnd San
Francisco. July 21 dsw4w.
Til THOUSAND IN PRESS. SALE
Wanted for our
LIVINGSTONE 23 YEARS IN AFRICA,
Over COO pages, only t2.W. Look out for Inferior
works. Send forclrculnr nnd proof of tho great
est success of tho season. Report just in, 184
subs, lnblxdajs. HUBBARD BROS., Pub's, 63
Washington bu.jiosioii. .tiiiiu.vtnv
wniil,- nw TNTP.VSK INTEREST
XJL nud Intrinsic value.
nv the irtfted son of tlio famous "Peter Parley."
1110 rCbUtl Ul tilUUI. HIDWtlWlt ILlH'UlbU. ....
Antiipntin mstnrvnf Navigation nnd Its Maul-
fnwt it cpnvnries hinco mo noou. auuuuus hiiii
blaming Incidents, fearful disasters, lawless
piracies, bloody battles and glorious achlevo-
ocean ilsherlcs, etc. Over 2oo spirited cuts.
Subject new. rneo low. genis wuuiuu.
IIUlInAltl) 11KU3., l'UUS,ul ttusilliisiuil niu-t-i,
Tin; uiii';.rj-i a.h jr.oi.
Cures and prevents all diseases Incident to tho
' RATIONAL HORSE-SHOEING,"
With plates, Illustrating how to perform openv
Hons and euro foot troubles, Sent by mall on
receipt of one dollar.
Send stamp for circular to
41 Dey St., New York,
TR. CABLE'S WATER PROOF
on. 11 LAO KIN a,
HARNESSES, CARRIAGE TOPS,
BOOTH, SHOES, ETC.
Fits liarnossen perfoctly nnd provents orack
Ing. Does not fry out or gum tho surface.
Softens and preserves tho leather. Excludes
tho water. Excellent for boots, Bliocs, AO
jrGlvca universal satisfaction. Mnnufac-
mylMiwtt N. C. MARCH, Mlddlebury,
CELERY PLANTS From Peter Hender
son ready on and after Juno 24th. Send In
your orders. Cabbage plants for Into crop by
tho hundred or thousand; also. Green I'eas
ready about July 1st. Flower plants, among
which Is tho celebrated Ainarauthns Salstfollus
or Fountain Plant, constantly on hand. Bou
quets, .wreaths &c.i mado toordor.
maycdly Near Fair Grounds.
BATTY'8 NABOB PICKLES,
Crosse & Blockwell's Pickles, HoIford'H
WorccsterBhlro Sauce, Nabob Sauco, in fact
nearly all kinds of English Pickles can bo found
at ' ' Hi W MARSHALL'S
BOOK BINDING: We tiro now ready
to rece ro orders for nil kinds' of work. '
. - GLOBE PAPER CO.
aMIK SUBSCRIBER havinji nchlcvcil
. something of n reputation as n
In theso United States of North America, re
turns thanks for tlio
by the whole people.
Making KlrsUCInsH work, my speciality I
would Invite, as many of you wishing Hint Kind
of work, to " 6ire n hand " and help us lioost iho
Tho Room is newly rc-lllted nnd re-famished,
nnd you will find It qultepleasantto wlillonway
n few licet Ing moinculs us we go tiwcllngon.
YOU will unamy
1'OIItT.I.AI.NS AND IMITATION lMlht'RI.AINH
made up to pleaso all and nt less rates than
cicr. No expense or pains-spareii in toois,
Chemicals or unyuiing going io mane up
A GOOD LIKENESS
as It Is my motto t please. If I do not mako a
WITH THE KXt'KIIIKNVK OF EKIIITEEK YEARS,
and most of that time In Rutland, I llatlcr mjj
self Hint I nm what I am,
A LIVING mm AMONGST VOU.
II O (IMS I X
V L A UK'S .B L O (! IC ,
(Comer Mrivliants' Row unci West Streets,)
.IAS. O. MERREl.L,
Ciias. A. Williams.
(I.ato oi l'luiaiieipuia)
Wholesale dealer In
CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDY.
IMl'OllTFR AND WHOI.ESII.K IIKAI.KH
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
rho ultcnllon of Town Agents, Physicians
and Druggists Is especially called to our wines,
as they are unsurpassed for medical purposes,
coming from one of tlio oldest vineyards In
California. All goods guaranteed pure nnd sat
isfactory, or to be returned at my expense.!
CORNER FREIGHT ANJKVKIAN,
(Landou A: lluntoon's Block,)
PUBLISHERS PRINTERS, STATIONER
r.l.A.KK HOOK MAXUl'AGTUUKIlS,
Hn ing purchased the Wholesale Paper and
Stationery business of H. A. Sawyer, nnd the
Printing business of Jas. K. Mo Lean, with tho
addition of a complete Book-Bindery, they liavo
consolidated the whole Into ono business, and
moved tho same into tho new and commodious
"Globo Building," erected especially for Iho
uso of tho Company.
With ono of tho most complete Printing De
partments of any establishment In tlio State,
under the supervision of one of tho best practical
printers in the country, they nre prepared to do
all kinds of plain and ornamental work in tho
most approved manner and on short notice.
Our Jobbing Department will comprise full
lines of Writing I'apers botli folded and Hat,
Envelopes, (Note, Letter and Official,) Blank
Books of every description, School Books,
Slates, Pens, Pencils, Inks, Law Blanks, Cut
lery, Wrapping Papers of all kinds, Taper Bags,
Flour Sacks, Twines nnd Cordage, Wooden
Ware, Matches, Brushes, Blacking, Bluelug,
Ac, &c. This Department will bo found well
stocked aud worthy tho attention of close buy
Tho Bindery will bo under tho chargo of ono
of tho most thorough workmen to be found In
the State, and nil work will bo executed In tho
best stylo nnd with dispatch.
With men of long experience In charge, and
with extenslvo facilities for conducting their
business In Its soveral departments, they pre.
sent ono of tho most complete establishments
of tho kind to bo found outsldo the elites, nnd
solicit tho patronngo of tho Public, feeling con
lldent that they can Insuro the wants of all
upon tho most favorablo terms.
Q LOBE PAPER CO,
rilAGS. Wo have now In btock an assort
J ment of Dennlson's Patent Direction
Labels and Merchandise Tags, which wo will
sell at manufacturer's prices.
Wo liavo also a good stock of " Phillip's So
curity Hook-Tags," a very convenient and ser
viceable article for merchants. Among Us ad
vantages are; Goods can bo moro readily mark.
cd than by any other means; tho tag U bo se
curely locked that It cannot becomo detached
from tho goods; no chanco of tho tag becoming
detached from tho hook; no points projecting
to toar other goods or your lingers. They are
Bafo. strong 'nud cheap. Call anil oxninlno
them. GLOBE PAPER CO.
Merchants using printed wrapping will do
well to consult us before ordering, as wo mako
as low llguros as Now York or Boston Houses,
and glvo bettor accommodations tn assorting
lots, wlillo a great MV!nfU?,'U1,K0,,R,,?'l?on
freight. GLOBE PAPER CO.
rilAGB. Wo sell Dennlson's Tors to
1 Printers and Stationers at Dennlson's
,0"'C8tWb0lCSU,01,rlCC3aLOBE PAPER CO.
ENCILS Dlxon'H Pencils,, mado lu
thn United states, aro much Buncrlor to
nro sold at lower prices. Try
GLOBE PAPER CO.
KISSINGEN WATER on Drought nt
I' FKNN CO'S.f
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
No. 120 BisoADWAV, New York,
Has become the most popular Lite Insurnnro
Comp my In tho world.
Assets over $20,ooo'ooo
New business durlnc tho vear 1972 of tlio Com
panies represented In Rutland.
Mutual Lire 34,937,775
PllCCDlX Mutual 21,751,734
charter Oak 12,24,691
Massachusetts Mutual 6,417,750
North America 4,024,475
LOCAL AHVISORV BOARD OF REFERENCE I
John N. Baxter,
Joel M. Haven,
Geo. R. Bottum,
Charles L. stlmson,
John W. Cramton,
John A. Sheldon,
Nicholas L. Davis.
MASON A" VAUGHN,
John A. Mead, M.D ,
Col. W.G. Vea?ey,
11URNHA.M & TEMPLE.
Sl'onw Arpulilu f.r I tw f,il Inwl II ,r II l-at Vl.TSS
Tire Insuranee Companies.
Aetna, r. ,
Rome, N. Y :
Insurance of No. America, Phlla,
Plienlx, N. Y
I'htunlx, llnrlinril ......
These nro tlio best known of nil the companies
represented in ituiiauu, unu snno w naiu
represented them they imvt utiti vmre tionry to
thu citizens of Rutlund nnd Mclnttr than all
other rovijiclnii'A roulbiiwil.
This record moves their stability and their
willingness to p.iy all proper claims.
We conilileiitlv exnect a contlnuanco uf the
liberal patronago which these companies have
We ulso represent the Travelers I.tfo and Ac
cident Insurance Company. We give a better
nnd cheaper iolley than nuy other Llfo com
pany. Cull and see.
BURNHAM S TEMPLE.
Ofllce, opera House, Rutland, Vt.
ND MARBLE COMPANY,
WHOLESALE IlE.M.Kia IN
BLOCK is SAWED MARBLE.
QUAlsnllW AND MILLS,
J. N BAXTER, Supt. WEST RUTLAND, Vt.
All thn LMiiili's nr 1 1 ti 1 1:i tut Marble. In the
shape of slabs of various thicknesses required
for Furniture. Mantel, nnd Decorntlvo Work, as
well as Cemetery Ubes; also Cubic Stock for
Monumental nnd Building purposes. Including
Bases, Strips, and Posts, may bo found on our
yarn at an nines.
Our extenslvo nrrnnL-ements for tho liroduc.
Hon of Marble. In tho way of Ouarrvlnc Ma
chinery, and Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
of saws, place us In jiosltlon to supply tlio
wants of tho Trade. Wholesalo aud Retail
Dealers. Builders. Furniture-Men. and gen
eral Manufacturers will tlnd It to their Interest
to favor us w itn ineir oruers.
RUTLAND MARBLE CO.
BAXTER NATIONAL BANK,
II. IlENItV BAXTER,
II, F, Ixjrintoi-,
J. N. Baxter,
T. W. PA HE,
GEO, E. R0VCE,
Gr.oiuiE R. Uorrt'u,
J. W. Cramton,
N. T. SriiAoiiE, Jr..
W. C Ronton,
W. ('. Laniion.
Made and remitted tor ut Lowest Hates.
INTEREST ALIOWKD ON TIUE IlErOSITS.
A general Banking and Exchango business
II. Henry Baxter, Prest. J. N. Baxter, V. Prest.
GEniioE II. BoTTt'Ji, Cashier.
B R O K E R ,
II imOAD HTIIKKT, XKW l'OKJf.
Stocks, Governments and Gold bought and sold
ff Interest allowed on deposits, mayudtf
"II700D CHOPPERS WANTED
V V cut 600 cords of hard wood In Mendon.
Apply 10 Geo. W. Ciuilin, Jr., Merchants'
1HTANTED. At Plttsford Furnace, nun.
TT crs to work In Oro Bud. Wood Choppers
and Colliers on coal Jobs. Good wages aud
steady employment. Apply to '
Je2ldlin J. PRICIIAltD, Plttsford, Vt.
vomits and igrovteion.
MMIE CLOSING OUT SALE
Of n slock of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, AC, ('.,
II A S O O M M E N C E I) .
Will avail themselves of the opportunity which
It ffords to renlenlsh their stock of household
tir Every article Is sold nt cost or less.
PLEASE OAI.f. AUD I.EAIIN PIttCES,
G. W. CHAPLIN, .lit.,
No. 9, MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND.
J Sc T. CADEN,
Wholesale nnd Retail Dealers In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED FRUITS, PICKLES, Ac, .
AND FANCY GOODS.
Also, Dealers In
DRY GOODS, SHAWLS, DRESS GOODS,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, Ac., AC.
All assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
constantly on hand.
AGENTS FOR MAIfc STEAMERS TO AND
tlTDRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT ON THE
BANKS OF ENGLAND, IRELAND. SCOTLAND
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN STS.
a tut- . 18 7 3.
OLD It E D S T O It E .
aiiocKMKs ajYJ j'Jtorrsfoxs,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
mayltt Merchants' Row.
-pi U L T O N M A It K E T,
IDUNTON K IIAIYVAIID
Ail kinds of Meats, Fish, Vegetables and
Fruits In their season.
Klngsley A- Sprugue's Block, Merchants' Row.
Qi R E E R T U R N E R
Slid All- llEh'INIA'a COMPANY,
I 76 WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
orrer for sale nil the various grades of Refined
Sugar of Superior Quality at the Lowest Market
Prices. A superior quality of White Sicarfor
Confectioners. Iise. Also,
! STANDARD POWDERED,
! WHITE COFFEE A,
i And the lower grades of
y E I, LO 11' A' U O A Jl .
Orders to bo addressed to our oflleo In New
York, 70 wall street, cor. pearl.
Parties ordering 10 barrels can have them ns.
Terms Thirty days, or Cash In 7 days, less
r NO. 23 MERCHANTS ROW,
ALL EINIIS OF (1001)3
DOWN! D O W N 1 !
S lbs. HYSON TEA for W cents.
3 lbs. OOLONG TEA for W cents.
3 lbs. YOUNG HYSON TEA for $1.00.
Valencia Raisins, 10 cents per lb.
i m-. ttnitiins. is fpiit.s ner Hi.
Rutland and Woymouth Nails, cutlery, Flour,
.t.nl .nrl llrnln ntifl II thnUHanil UlllKTS tOO nil-
merous to mention, as long windy ndierltsn
ments cost, which customers, Indirectly, have to
1 y' JAMES K. GLYNN.
Rutland. Vt. Juno 19. uuoU dftwlm
i iHIINKLLAH. PRUNES. OHERR1ES
L Ponchos. Blockberrles, Raspberrles,Plums
Huckleberries. Also, all kinds of fruits In cans,
forealoot B. W. MARSHALL,
Orovo Btreet, Rutland, vt.
rnEAB, from 50 cents to .$1.75; nlso fresh
I Ground C OFFEE, ut ,.
innyldJtwly Corner of'orovo aud West sts.
TCiLK HORN & MAGNOLIA FLOUR
i&tiU m ItARSnALl'SU
G R A P E'S ,
B. W. MARSHALL'S.
FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1873.
We deeply regret to havo occalon to
report another violation of Law nnd Order
In our community, hut tho frequency of
such outrages and tho total Indifference with
which the ofllclals of tho publio peace of
lute regard such events seem to call for a.
public expression, with the hope that a sense
of cither pride or alinino may Inllucnco a
more prompt Hctlon for their suppression
hi the future, and our community saved
from the unenviable reputation It Is fast
attaining by tho InillfTeroneo with which
such scenes nro regarded by thoso holding
tho ofllce which li created for their punish
ment or suppression.
A few days slnco Mr. O. M. Howo a very
pcaconblo nnd quiet resident nccosted a
Frenchman named Tobln and solicited pay
ment of n bill he had against him. Tobln
denied owing tho hill nnd threatened to
whip him for two cents whereupon Howo
(unwisely) put his hand in his pocket and
tendered tlio two cents when Tobln Instant
ly pitched In striking and scratching Howe's
face until llij hyc-standers parted them hut
not till Howo's faco was badly marked.
Another occurrence of n similar char
acter occurred In which one man was
knocked down, and n pistol drawn, hut tlio
affray was stopped by tho spectators.
Tho flagrant violations of law go un
noticed by the guardians of tlio law. Why
Is it thus. Shall such assaults become n
standard in our community.
Editors Gloue: Really your corres
pondent "E." is iVwcuto for anything.
Please nllow me to Inform him that my
"literary blunderbuss," however badly it
may liavo miscarried was not aimed nt him.
No, don't flatter yourself Mr. E. or Mrs. E.
or whoever you are. I Inadvertently made
use of an expression, emanating from "E."
because I thought it contained an idea too
noblo and grand, to bo lost to the world,
and I knew lu must be so exhausted by its
production, that he could do nothing to
spread it and give it ts the world. If "E."
can teach a syntax tlio rules of which would
enable one to penetrate to, and compre
hend the hidden meaning of the mass of
unintelligible jargon he lias hurled nt me,
I for one, would be his willing Mipil. It
would lie a wonderful science, that could
do It though. Is it not better, Bro. "E."
"to reign with rod and rule" than not to
reign at all?
I sincerely hope that "E" will bo success
ful in governing district schools by moans
of tho rules of syntax. Such a novel plan
could liavo originated only in such a massive
brain as "E" must be the possessor of. I
advise "E" to got his plan patented imme
diately, lor 1 am sure all district school
eachcrs would uso those rules Instead of
wooden ones If they only knew how.
I nm very sorry I was so sadly misin
formed in regard to "Onega." If he will
look around however lie will find, that kc
is an extraordinary mortal, and that very
few indeed are ns philanthroplcally inclined
.is himself. iv. x.
'I' lie Soldiers' Ilellllloil.
The galhcriiw nt Rutland week after
next is already un assured success. Eight
tenrs of neaco in which war lias been
learned no more uuil the hand has been
busy with the plough-eliare or priming
lioolv, literal or figurative, are enough to
Klve zest to the memories of the camp and
stricken field. For the first time there is
to bo n meeting of the rank nnd filo as wll
as of tlio officers, and on a larger scale and
with more regularity of management than
lias been seen outside tho btate. This meet
ing will bo tho first of a long line of simi
lar ones, no doubt, not only in Vermont,
but throughout the Union.
It is true mat our neighbors in i.uue
Rhody have led Off witli a meeting some
what similar in character, aud were re
viewed by that "uraw Scot" nud bravo
man, Ambrose Burnsldc, but they never
can have a regular reunion down there for
there is nt room lor mem to ne liuriy sepa
rated unless they go outside tho state lines.
So we claim tho lead in tills matter;
Rhode Island may claim it she had the
Nor has any state u better right to have a
rousing reunion than our own. Of course,
self-praise, it is a shameful thing, but look
at what It lias uone lor mo oiu liny Dime.
Not one of her citizens but coes around re
peating to himself the words of tho great
Danlcf, " Massachusetts look at her."
Why, a young fellow went down there to
teach school and ho bald tho only way he
could cet throuch the winter was. when
ever tlio subiect became- too suffocating, to
invite his friends out doors, point to Mount
Monadnock, there fortunately Hi sight, nml
say "there is ono tiling that is nt in .Massa
chusetts." Tills BUirirostivo remark was observed to.
perplex tho mind to the manor born, and to
causo a contusion iikb iiiai dih-b niauu uy
the samo person in tho army. Bicug then,
llkn Trim, a corporal, it was thought best
to trim the company upon him, and to his
discomfort ho was inane toactns leitgutiic.
Xnit llin second serirennt received n com-
nensntinu creator than the corporal's,
ivbleli mndn it vet moro aggravating to the
latter to do duty properly peitalning to the
former, lint mo captain lusisieu mm mc
ilntv wnfl ironn HiroiiL'li witli for a day,
though tho company bjient most of its time
in changing step, mo ion gmuo siuuiuiinjj
nt ilmra like tlio worst of sinners. When
night came on tlio corornl was told to
look ui the duties of left guide, aud this he
proceeded to do. At tlio drill next day
never was company so guided. Hogarth a
linns nf Leniitv nnd e-raco and tho lines of
enro on the' captain's browwero all surpass
ed by the waving line ot meu. tno cnpiani
finding "UuUUIsft!" brought no relief
thought ho would go for tho loft guide.
Tlio brief colloquy which ensued was the
occasion of tlio return of tho second e-cr-geant
to his regular place, aud the corporal
was no longer an exemplar to his fellow
men. "CorporaLarc you guiding this com
nany ?" "Yes, sir." How nro you guid
ing it f" "By tho rule." "What is tho
ruTo t" "To guldo by ono point distant anil
ono intcrniwliate." "What nro youi-polnts?"
"One is that stub and the- other that crow
Hying beyond ; sco him y"
Wo were speaking lit deprecation uf self
praiso t but tho fact Is it (s not among tho
possibilities to write a discourse) with heads
find points to It, tho way tho lioyd used to
have to Ho In the early days of "A" tents,
on tlio subject of the wjldicrs' reunion at
Rutland, for ono naturally begins to think
of tho good liiuo there will lie, and who of
tho boys will 1)0 there, and lots of things
not thought of for years como trooping
olong and coufuso things, Tho matter of.
aelf-uralso, however, wo proposo to hayo.
eur say about. There won't bo any such
thlngn't Rutland; not1 n-blt of it, But
there 'will Imj the knowledge that there was
one corps', the bcsl ; and ouo division, tou
know x and the Old Brigade Homo will
remember the ccstacy of the old -German
staff officer ns; he beheld tho bmvjird, sweep
of tho lino In, one of tho charges In the
Shenandoah Valley, when ho exclaimed, be
side himself .with delight, "Look at the
Fccond division ! tlulsccond division cannot
le heat " Thqre will be, too, the m'cri who,
brigaded with brethren from other states,
found bravo comrades, hild side -1iy side
wilh them fought ti good fight for the
common Union. Some of these wooden
nutmeg boys that ucd to stand up to tlio
work by the eighth in Louisiana, nnd after
wards in the valley, ought to como up nnd
trade for some gum ; they will bo hnaitllv
Besides the aboc "cornstalk inllltl.1,"
there was the second brigade ; the nine
months men that Doubledav wondered, the
night before Gettysburg,""wlint in
they had been sent to lilm for." Losslng
tells what, when on the third dav of July
Pickett's brave Virginians on tlic grand
assault, stood on the topmost pinnacle
reached in all the rebellion and the Union
toppled at their blow?. "At tho same
time Stannnrd's Vermont brigade, of
Doubleday's division, opened a destructhc
flic on Pickett's Hank, which broke the
Bplrlt of Ids men, nnd very soon twenty,
five bundled of them were prisoners, and
with them tw elve battle Hags were cap
tured. Three-fourths of ihcgallnntbrlgade
were dead or captives. Wilcox, who
failed to attack until Pickett was repulsed,
met a similar fato lu tho loss of his men,
being btrtirk in the Hank and ruined by
Stannnrd's Vcrmonters." Who In the bri
gade docs not remember '.lie moonlight
night at Emmettsburg when the last June
breezo camo cool nnd fresh from the west
ern mountains ? What band was it lulled
us to sleep by its serenade nt the cloistered
walls of Hint convent? Were there nnv
monks or mtus there after nil or was It all
a medliuval scene set in n vision before tb
sleeping nrmy, a token sent from the days
of chivalry to modern times to grace tfn
eve of tho mighty battle ?
Not all of the brigade, though, was there
to share the glories of that day. Part of
us weio counted out before we were count
cd in. And talking of counting reminds
us that tho boys thought Adjutant Poland
of the fifteenth wasn't much of a mathe
maticianrelatively. Poland knew "ad
ditlon," but they thought the adjutant of
the twelfth knew "division nnd silence" as
well. For when tlio two regiments were
passed by Sickles' corps, aiid Sickles or
dered the regiment strongest in numbers to
follow him to the field, we of the twelfth
expected to go, of course. But our ndju
tant reported last, and thu bova never
could sec through how they came to be
outnumbered. Numbers were nothing,
however, when wc had such men as the
major and the quartermaster. That major
is going to provide the rations for tills lit
tle party at Rutland, as it happens, and if
there Isn't a good time it will not be hl.s
fault. The major missed it, though, that
lie did not take a commission in tlio cavalry.
lciim iiie wiiuiu me ipuuieiiuusit'i iviis
the better horseman. Well do we renicm-
W ....tnr, ati.ni... It, tl... .-,.(. Id r.T .t-l.tnl.
that majestic form, like sweetness, sat en
throned. Wc the more distinctly remem
ber tho scene from the fact that, ns thu
steed drank, the quartermaster asked us if
we wouldn't lake something. As quarter
master he had charge of lots of things that
were handy to tako on a march.
After all Adjutant Poland's little episode
about the counting didn't get his regiment
into Gettysburg. Tho way part of the
brigade caine to bo in nnd tlio rest out was
explained very concisely by ono of the out
in this way. Thu oriler wns glieii tu
striKu lor our country and our homes.
The rest of thn brigade struck 'for'tbelr
country and wo struck for bur homes. AVe
are entitled to go to Rulland all tlio, same,
though, nnd mean to do It.. Even-body Is
going, and the rest had better fall In.
Montpelicr Freeman. '
STORE FOR SALE OR TO RENT.
Tho best stand tn Vermont for a dry eoods
trade, or for a trade In general merchandise.
Apply to J. JOSLIN, (or to J. JAY JOSI.IN,
from Aus, 15th to 20th,) Poultney, Vt. Jj Odirwlm
S A L E
A nrst-class safe lire nnd burirlnr uroof com
bined ono ot "llen-lna's Patent Champion," In
perfect working order. Will bo sold for less
than Its real value. Apply at tho Baxter Na
JylMtf O. I!. BOTTUM.
S ' A L E
Tlio subscriber has u Candy apparatus com
prising; a complete outtlt for manufacturing
candy, which ho will sell for less than one-half
tho original cost. Also, ono heavy Truck Wn-
f on, very cheap; and one pair of Double Work
GEO. W. CHAPLIN, .III.,
0 .Merchants Row.
Rulland. May 20. mysodtf.
OR S A L E ,
My house on the corner of Main and Washing
ton street with or without tho two houses ad
joining. Also a deslrablo garden lot on the south end
M A 1
S T U E E T
containing about fifty choice fruit treets.
MRS. E. W. lll'NTOON.
Ehivutre of C. 1". lluutoon, nt
LANDON k HUNTOON'S..
T71URNITURE FOR SALE. '
P .nlh..nffn.a tn Cll.t n In, r.1
goods nearly all new consisting ot
bedding nnd crockery ; nlso, children
Being ubout to remove from town,
will be sold 'on reasonable terms.
FOURTH STORY. Morso's Block.
BARRE ACADEMY, BARliE,. VE11
.MONT. J. S. SrAUiiuxo, LL. 1).. Principal,
A. II. Kimball, a. II., Assistant Principal.
Hlstliodeshjii of tho instructors to furnish
young men nnd ladles tho most nmplo mid
thorough culture lu preparation for college or
business. Tho philosophical aud chemical ai
paratus Is extensive and freely used. Hoard,
Including room, washlusraiidlinnlng, from S3.nu
to U.oo per week. Fall term begins Aug. Ms),
1ST8. For catalogue Ac., npply to Principal.
A MILITARY COLLEGE,
ESTABLISHED IN ISM.
Has a Preparatory Department, thorough clas
nlcnl, sclentlllo nnd military Instruction, good
discipline, No students uuifer 11 years of nge,
admitted, fend for circular. Address,
PROF. CHARLES DOLE,
Next term begins Aug. Ssth.
Referenced Hon. 8. M. Dorr, Charles Clement,
Gen. E 11. Ripley, Rutland. y!2d'2m
MM IK FALL TliitM OF t1ifTBFR
X 1INGTON, VT., SCHOOL
for young ladles, will open on
WEDNESDAY, NEPTEMBER loth.
A limit m1 number ot bo.irilcrs taken Into Hie
Principal's family for I ho j car.
For terms npply to Iho Principal,1
References President Angcll, Ann Arbor,
Mien.; Prof. M, Petty, Burlington, Vt. ; Rev. .1,
II. Worcester, 1). 1)., llurllnirton, Vt. ; Chief
Jusllco Plerpolht, Vlrgennes, VI,; llonn. A,
Burt, Swnnton, vt,
, .e l a i-it sTtTt u-tI: .
A r.LUAflANT HOME,
Thorough Instruction, for youths ot. both
soxes.'ln a clergyman's 'ramify; West Brattle
Jioro, Vermont, , '.ai s . '
The Fall term opens August .situ. Addiess
, MISS ANNIE I. GROUT, ,
s.'.y . u )s!- qkvrtncjp'j,:
' uls sudwed