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RUTLAND, VT., TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5, 1873.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
VOL. 1....NO. 82.
On ana after Monday, Juno 2d, 18T3, trains
will run as follows, (Sundays excepted) s
flOIKd SOUTH AND KAST.
Leave Hutlond nt 18:M and 4:30 a. in., anillS:10
and t.110 p. ni.
MAIL. Leave Ogdensburg nt 0:10 p. in., St,
Albans at 0:20 n. in., Burlington nt 8:10 n. m.,
l'orl Henry nt Tiinn. m., liutlnnrt nt l!:10p. in.,
Ilcllows Fulls nt B:30 p. in., arriving nt New Lon
don nt:30 p. in., connecting with steamer for
NEW YOI1K KXritESS. Leaves St Albans nt
9:00 a. in., Burlington 10-.su u. m., arriving In
Uutlnud ntlS:C0p. in.
N1011T HXPItESS. Leaves Ogdensburg at 18:
35 p.m., Iinttsburg s:Su p.m., Montreal 3:30 p.m.,
Ht. .lolins 4:.w p. In., St. Albans 7:20 p. in., Bur
lington 9:10 p. in., Itutland 2-.m a. in., Hollows
Kails, 3:25 n. in., arriving at New London at 11:15
MIXED TI1A1N. Leaves Burlington ats:oo p.
m., nrrlving In Hutland at Tj-10 p. in. Leaves
Ilutland nt4:S0n. m., llellows Vails 7: is n. in.,
(accommodation train), arriving at New London
at :lo p. in.
MIXED TIIA IN. I .eaves Ilutland nt ft:io p. m.,
arriving In llellows Falls at 10:00 p. m.
Leaves Ilutland at 1:43 and MO n. in., and 1:30
and Bros p. in.
MAIL. Leaves' New London at 6:00 n. m.,
Springfield 8:00 n. in., lloston 7:30 a. m., llellows
Falls 11:45., Ilutland 2:30 p.m., arriving at l'ort
Henry at o:oo p.m., Burlington oriio p. m., St.
Albans 0:40 p. in., Montreal 9:45 p. in., Ogdens
burg l:4.i a. in., making connections with trains
Tor The West.
HXl'llllss Leaves Rutland nt 5:05 p. m., St.
Albans at 8:55 p. m.
NIGHT KX I'll ESS. Leaves New London nt
2:4.1 p. m., Springfield nt 8:10 p. m., connecting
with train leaving New York at 3:00 p. m., llel
lows Falls 11:20 p. m connecting with train
leaving lloston nt 5:30 p. in., Ilutland 1:43 n. in.,
llurllngton 4:40 a. m., St. Albans 0:10, arriving
In Montreal at 9:45 a. m., Pluttsburg nt 12:oo in.,
and ogdensburg at 12:35 p. in., connecting with
trains for the. west.
MIXED T11A1N. Leaves ilutland at 5:40 a. m.
Leave Burlington at 9:30 a. m., St. Albans 12:oo
m., arriving In Ogdensburg at 8:50 p. in. and St.
Johns nt 3:50 p. m.
MIXED THAIN.-Lcaves Bellows Falls at 4:30
a. in., arriving in Ilutland at 9:20 a. in.
ACCOMMODATION. Leaves New I)iidon nt
8:10 a. m., Ilcllows Falls 0:00 p. m., arriving In
Ilutland at 8:35 p. m.
Trains leave llurllngton going east, for Mont
peller, sc., at 0:55 a. in., 12:30 p. in. and 7:55 p. m.
Trains leave llellows Falls going north, for
White lllver Junction, rc nt 8:30 a. in. and
11:45 a.m., and 5:5.1 nnd 11:20 p. m.
Convections. At Itutland with llensselaer &
Saratoga nnd Harlem Extension Itallronds; nt
llellows Falls with Cheshire Railroad! at South
Vernon with Connecticut River Railroad.
swsieeplng cars nrc attached to night trains
between St. Albans nnd Troy, nnd llurllngton
mm uusion. uii,b. jMl'.llllll.l,
St. Albans, Vt.. June Sd, 1973.
JJARLEM EXTENSION RAILROAD.
CHANG E OF T I M E .
1873. SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS. 1873.
On and of ter Monday, Juno 20th, 1S72, trains
will run as follows :
MIXED. Leaves Rutland at 3:00 a.m., con
necting at State Lino with train for Troy.
MAIL. Leaves Rutland 9.30 n. in., and mak
ing closo connections nt Chatham 4 Corners
with trains for New York, Albany, Hudson, and
both east and west on It. t A. R. 11.
MIXED. Leave Rutland at 2.25 p. in., to Ben
nington nnd Troy.
SUNDAY MILK TRAIN (with passenger car
attached). Leaves Rutland at 7.30 a. in.
Ilutland to New York M to
" to Albany, - a oo
" to Hudson, .... a no
SfNo lay over checks glveii.
ARRIVE AT RUTLAND.
Mall, 9.35 p. in.; Mixed, 12.03 p. rn.; mixed,
7.30 p. m.
F. C. WHITE, Supt.
Rutland. June 14, 1372. mayid&wtf
LOBE l'APEK COMPANY.
PUBLISHERS PRINTERS, STATIONER
11LA SK 110OKZ If.l.WKt CTUREllS,
Having purchased tho Wholesale Vapor and
Stationery business of H. A. Sawyer, and tho
Printing business of Jas. K. Mo Lean, with the
addition of a complete Book-Bindery, they have
consolidated tho wholo Into one business, nnd
moved the samo Into the new and commodious
"Globe Building," erected especially for the
use of the Company.
With one of the most completo Printing De
partments of any establishment la the State,
under the supervision of ono of tho best practical
printers In tho country, they are 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 Fapers both folded and flat,
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, Paper Bags,
Flour Sacks, Twines and Cordage, Wooden
Ware, Matches, Brushes, Blacking, Blueing,
&c, &c. This Department will bo found well
stocked and worthy tho attention of close buy
ers. The Bindery will bo under tho charge of one
of themost thorougji workmen to be found in
the State, nnd nil work will be executed In tho
oest style nnu with aispatcu.
With men of long experience In charge, and
with extensive facilities for conducting their
business in Its several departments, they pre
sent one of the most completo establishments
of the kind to bo found outside the cities, and
solicit tho patronage of tho Public, feeling con-
tldent that they can Insure tho wants of ali
upon tho most favorablo terms.
QLOBK PAPER CO,
TAGS. Wo have now In stock mi assort
ment of JOonnlspn's Patent Direction
Labels and Merchandise Tags, which we will
sell at manufacturer's prices.
We have also n good stock ot " Phillip's Se
curity Hook-Tags," a very convenient and ser
viceable artlclo for merchants. - Among its nd-
vantatres nrei Goods can bo inoro readily mark
ed than by any other means; tho" tag is so se
curely locked that It cannot bocomu detached
from the goods; no chance, of , tho tag becoming
detached from tbo hook; no points projecting
to tear other jruods or your lingers. They aro
safe, strong and cheap. Call and oxamlno
tuem. uiaiisk l'Ai'j'.u uu.
Merchants using printed wrapping will do
well to consult us before ordering, as ive make
as low figures as New York or Boston Houses,
and give better accommodations in- assorting
lots, while a great saving ran bo mado on
TAGS. We Bell Dcnhleon's Tags to
Printers and stationers at Dennlson's
lowest wholesale prices,
GLOBE TAPER CO,
PENCILS. Dixon's Pcncljs, 'mado In
the United States, are much" superior to
Fttber's, and are sod. at lower prices. Try
them. . ' ,.
ULUUr. i-Al'All LU.
"DOOK BINDING. Wo are ti6w ready
II to receive orders for all klhOs ot work. . '
j uiulc.y GLOBE PAPER CO,
O. T. CBOS 8,
Manufacturer of and Dealer In
FINISHING LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH,
CLAPIIOARDS, AND SI'IUICE I.UMI1ER,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, MOULD
INGS, BRACKETS, WIN
DOW FRAMES .
scroll Sawing of all kinds, Planing, Matching
and Glazing done to order. Yard nnd Mill Cor
ner of Union nnd Furnace Streets, near 1' rclght
Depot, Rutland, Vt. Mnyld.tw3m.
N. MEHHIAM'S PKItFICT FIT-
TING SHIRTS. What they say of them.
'I never had any shirts that fit led me so well
as thoso mado by you." 11. H. Ill III.
"Tho shirts are received, and lit not like n
shirt on a benn pole, but just right."
J. COBB, MIddlebury.
"Tho nrst shirts I ever had that suited me.
The tit Is perfect In ever respect."
JC27dly B. W. MARSHALL.
UHTAIN CORNICES OF BLACK
Walnut, or all Gilt, made to nrucr. iur
Rings, Tassels nnd Cords. DEARBORN'S
SHOW CASES, CORNER, CLOCK
andMantlo Shelves made to order, with
Plain or Moulded edges. BRACKETS Hawed In
different ilyles at DEARBORN'S
NEW MOULDINGS FOIt PICTURE
Framing, Chromos, Lithographs, mid
Engravings nt DEARBORN'S
DECORATION OF Cltl'KCHES, HALLS AND
Good first-class work at reasonable prices.
Many years experience In the business. Come
nnd see my work
No. 1, Wales, I'or. West street.
J12dlm Itutland. Vt.
O. II. M O R E HOUS E,
Opposite Central House - - RUTLAND, Vt.
RUTLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SEAT CHAIRS, BED-
M LUW ill U11A1U MUUlw
Comer of West nnd Forest Sts,
L. Atwood, Agt. 0. C. lli'iim.m, Treas.
W. IC ISO,
Manufacturer nnd wholesale and retail dealer In
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, AND HOUSE FUR-
OP KVF.11V IlKSCKll'TlON.
FciiNACE Stheet, Rutland, Vt,
Orders bv mall or otherwise promptly attend
ed to, myldt t
.1. .1. GUINDON,
II I, ACKSMI T II .
Particular attention paid to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted. Shop on
WEST ST., NEAK OLIVEIt MAltULE WOIIKS,
mayldsm RUTLAND, VT.
LINCOLN IRON WORKS.
Mnt-lili, Mill nml ItnUtlnr. Mn Milnm-i- r.f lilt.
most Improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings and general ma
Steel and Iron Wlro Rope nt Manufacturer's
Jiuunnu, v ., .May i, ism. mnyiuu
A. II. 1IAWLEY,
COSTHACTOR AXO PRACTICAL NhATKlt,
Ho Is prepared to do all work promptly nnd
well. Orders can bo left nt J. E. Glynn's store
on Merchants' Row, or at the llardwell House.
Jlttrencen llockwood Barrett, Rutland: L. M.
Mason, President of First National Bank, De
troit, Michigan; Hon. .1. SI. Mnrvlu, Saratoga
L I V E It Y .
if you wish a nlco TURN OUT, go to
C. F. RICHARDSON'S,
(Lato D. Whltcomb's,)
Cunteh Stheet, Rutland, Vermont.
Careful drivers and tho finest of Carriages,
Stables open at all hours, llorsos baited.
m30dtf . F. RICHARDSON, PitoriiiETon.
J. PRICHARD, PiioraiETOR.
charcoal pig iron,
PITTSFORD, VT. mayldsm
JOSEPH II. GUY,
S. HAYWARD 4: CO.,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HAY AND WOOD.,
Washington St., Rutland, Vt.
'ARM FOR SALE.
Tim siilisprltiprs nfTer fnr sale their farm. Sit
uated about two miles from tho village of Bel
lows Falls, on tho Chester road, well known
IUIIJN ULAUIV. FAIUI,
Containing about threo hundred and llfty acreB
of land ; two dwelling houses, three barns and
two tenant houses, near the railroad track,
Tho tenant houses are new. Tho largo farm
nouso nas Deen thoroughly repaireu nnu paint
ed, with new piazza In front nnd end, new front
fence, all In the most substantial and tasteful
manner, making It a dsslrnblo residence.
Nearly three-fourths of a mile of new Water pipe
from a never-falling fountain bupplles all the
OVER TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
haft linen exnendert within tho Dost two years
on buildings and fences, besides tho tenant
houses. Tho land Is adapted to tho raising ot
din Kinus or crops, some uiiy acres aro wen
adapted for tobacco. The land Is now under a
rood state of cultivation, bv having been fed
out a large amount pf hay and grain the past
two years, which has been brought on tho
place, besides that which tho ifarm has pro
ducod. Tho eastern line la tho Connecticut
river and the farm laying westerly, divided Into
pasture and Ullage land, with a sufllclent bup
ply of wood for the premises. Situated so near
the village of Bellows Falls a village growing
more rnpldly than any place within the State,
and with Its unlimited water power, which Is
f not. lMinr. imnmvml. must contlnuo to lucreaso
In a still larger proiiorilon In tho future makes
u. Mm iimit. fTnutrntilt furin In these narts. Pos
session given . Immediately, except .the mill
yara, unu mat. in one year, juijuhu u momiv
scrlbem on the premises; or Joseph Yvllsou,
firm of J. Wilson !c Co., near tho deiiqt ; or Yv II
der Hopkins, nt West Rupert, Vt.
WJLDKit & iiurmrtn.
Bellows Falls, May 1, 1ST?.
GEORGE C. NiWJIAN, ,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
Ofilco i Derby's Block, 2d Floor Front.
First class village and farm property for sale
and to let. Money to loan on noU'S, mortgages,
me ikjiicicu nnu oiner approveu securities,
PASTURE LAND IN PITTSFORD
For sale or runt, Ono hundred and twenty
nve acres of fine PASTURE lnnd located ono and
one-half miles from Iittsford Village. Address
orcaiiunr.. i. jiwtivui.tt, uuuer riaiiunai
liniik of Rutland, ituuunu. i. Mayur
Tho subscriber offers for snlo tho
HOUSE AND LOT, 21 COTTAGE STREET,
fiA-,. tlTllllnm ntrnnl
i i Y i' ' " 1 1' i1 i
House Is In good ropalr,onUtns la i'ooin, gus
and water above and below. Locution desirable;
Cellar always dry and well vcnttlatedi Barn has
accommodations tor .two horses, or horse und
cow. Good bam cellar. n i ,;n u. If; I
A portion ot tho furniture will. ba Bold .with i
ihp (iouso-II UessrciL- . -
oHsesivren ft.Ji yr, , y , , . , . tl f
sfiotcls and gining gooms.
A II D 'W E I,L II O U S E ,
J. W OHAMTON, Vroprittor.
The ll.MlDWPl.I. HOUSE Is located onbosltn
tho Depot, and has long been favorably Known
to the traveling public. It has been recently
linnroved. now affording tho best nnd most
ample accommodation to guests.
ine TAiu.H win uc suppiieu wiiu an me
luxuries ot tho Season, and every attention will
bo paid to tho comfort of its patrons.
in inu iiiiure, us in ine imm, uiu i luimnui in
tends to mnko It a ilrst-class Ilouso alTorillng
nil tho comforts of a homo to the traveler. The
public patronage Is solicited.
A GOOD LIVERY in connection with tho
Attentlvo PORTERS will bo found at tho De
pot on the arrival ot nil trains.
AICE DUNMORE HOUSE,
1', HITCHCOCK, Piiiii'niKToi!.
.1. W. PORTEII. MANVUKH.
This well known and popular Hotel, situated
on I ho shores of Lake Dunmore, has been re-
cenlly put In thorough repair. Several now
Cottages have been built and newly furnished,
and will be opened Juno 1st, for the reception of
boarders nnd tourists. mayisdtt
MMIE EQUINOX HOUSE, Makciuisteh,
J. Veiimont. Drawing room cars run through
vv Ithout change, from New York to JInnehester,
by 10:40 a in, t rain, v la N. Y. Harlem railroad.
Passengers lv Hudson rlverstenmers, leaving
New Yoik nt o p. in., connect nt Troy with 8 n.
in. train, arriving at Manchester at WX a. in.
A train leaves Troy ut 5 p. m. arriving nt Man
chester at 7?4' p. m.
Trains leave Rutland for Manchester nt 3 a.
in., 9:30 a. in. nnd 2:25 p. in. On Sundays at 7:30
a. m. Address
jyiod r. n. onus.
F Alt ME US' HOTEL,
FitEiniiT Stbeet, - - RUTLAND, VT.
A FIRST CLASS
M E A T M A R K E T
mayldsm J. E. JOHNSON, Pkopiiietoii.
.1. W. FISHER'S;
NEW DINING It O O M 8 ,
Central House Block, Merchants Row,
Warm Meals served at all hours ot tho day
and evening. mayld3m
In rooms formerly occupied by J, W. Fisher
K1NOSLEY A; Hl'RAOUE'S BLOCK,
VVA1IM MEALS SEIIVED AT AI.I. HOUl'.S.
mn'yldt f '
rpiIE SUBSCRIBER having nchlcvcd
X something of a reputation as u
In theso United States of North America, re
turns thanks for the
by tho whole people.
Making FirsuCiass work, my speciality I
would Invite, as many ot you wishing that kind
of work, to ' !ir a hand " and help us boost tho
The Room Is newly re-fltted and re-furnlsbed,
and j on will nnd It quite pleasant to whllo away
a few fleeting moments as wo go travellugon.
lou win unu my
1'OIiCEt.AlS.S AND IMITATION 1'OltCKf.AlKS
made un to nlease all and at less rates than
ever. No expense or pains spared In Tools,
unemieuis ur uuyiiiing going 10 iuuko up
A GOOD LIKENESS
us It Is my motto l please, It I do not mnko a
WITH THE EXI'KItlEKCE OK EIQ11TKEN YEA118,
and most of that time lu Rutland, I flatter my
self that I am what I nn,
A LIVING J1UU AMONGST YOU.
It Oil MB IN .
0 LARK'S : L OCK,
(Comer Merchants' Row ami West Streets,)
IAS. O, MERRELL,
Ciias, A. Williams.
(Lato of Philadelphia)
-Juueiodivsm' ,' 1 ., Assistant.
S. Jl h00V'
Wholesale dealer In
.1 'I I
CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDY
IVlrOHTEn AND WHOLESALE PEAI.EH
i , , ! ;lnV.
c'i'lINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
Tho attention oCTown Agents, Physicians
and Druggists Is especially called to our wines,
ns tbe'y are. unsurpassed ror medical purposes,
coming from ono ot tha oldost vineyards, lu
California. Alt goods guaranteed puro and sat
isfactory, or to bo returned at my expense.!
rcollNVR VnEIOIIT AID KVELYN, BTH.,
(Landon ti lluntoon's Block',)
'' x Ilutland, vt, ' 'I -myitl
g M. BIXBY & CO.'S
TWO GEMS FOR HOUSEHOLD USE.
Bixby's French Laundiiy Blue.
Bixnv's Best Suoe Dlackis'o.
JiriyH dw4vv NEW YORK.
flMIE GREAT SOUTH AMERICAN
JUHUBElJA 1H.OOD I'UHIKIKII.
Is tho most vtowerful cleanser, strenirlliener
and remover of Glandular Obstructions known
to Materia Mcdlcn.
11. Is Riieclnllv nilnnttiil Ifirnnstlltitlniis " worn
down" and debilitated by the warm weather of
Spring and summer, when tho blood Is not In
active circulation, consequently gntheiing Im
purities from sluggishness and Imperfect action
of tho secretlvo organs, and Is manifested by
Tumors, j-.rupiions, inoicucs, nous, rusiuieH,
Scrofula, c c.
When w enry und languid from overwork, nnd
dullness, drowsiness and Inertia takn the tilnee
of energy nnd vigor, the system needs a tonic
to uuuu li up nnu ncip ine uni i- orces to re
gain their cuperatlvo power.
In the heat of Summer, frequently, the Liver
nnd Spleen do not properly perforin their func
tions; the Uterine nnd urinary organs ure Hi
active, producing weakness of the stomach and
Intestines and u predisposition to bilious de
rangement. DR. WELLS'
E X T R A V T O F .1 U R U B E B A
Is prepared direct ly from tho South American
Plant, nnd Is necullarlr suited lo all these dim-
cultles; It will cleanse tho Vitiated Blood,
strengthen the Llfo-Glving Powers, nnd remove
nil Obstructions irom
nnMiitKii and knfekm.kd oitn vn.i.
It should bo freelv taken, as Jurubeba Is pro
nounced by medical writers tho most eniclent
Purifier, Tonic and Deobstruent known lu tho
whole rnngo of medicinal plants.
JOHN (). KELLOGG, is liattstrect.NewYori;.
Sold by Druggists, sole Agent for the United
States, Price one Dollar per liottle. Send for
.iicuiar. juiyi4 uv4w
"WrORKING CLASS. Male, or female,
IT icon a week guaranteed. Respectable
employment at home, day or evening; no capi
tal rcquireu; lull instructions unu viuinioie
nackaire of coods sent free bv mull. Address.
Willi six cent return stamp. M. YOUNG CO.,
173 Greenwich street. N. Y. Julylt dw4w
NEVER NEGLECT A COUGH. Notli
lug Is more certain to lay the foundation
for future ev 11 consequences.
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS
are a sure cure for nil disenses ot tho inspira
tory Organs Som Throat, Colds, Croup, Dlpli-
ot the Throat, Windpipe, or Bronchial Tubes,
and all diseases of tho Lungs.
in an cases ot suiiuen com, however i.iKen,
these Tablets should bo promptly and freely
used. Thev cuuall.o tho circulation of the
blood, mitlgnto tho severity ot tho attack, and
win, in a very suuri. lime, restore iieauny uciiou
to tho atlected organs.
Wells' Carbolic Tablets are nut un only In
bluo boxes. Tako no substitutes. If they can't
bo found nt your druggist's, senil nt once lo tho
agent In New Y'ork, who will forward them by
Don't be deceived by imitations.
Sold by druggists. Price 25 cents a bov.
JOHN Q. KELLOGG, IS Piatt St., New Y'ork.
Send for Circular. Solo Agent for tho United
"I f PER CENT. NET. Tho Iowa
A f nnil Trust- Cnmrunv will Invest.
money on nrst-clnss Ileal Estate nt 10 per cent.
Interest, net, payable semi-annually lu New
Y'ork, and will guarantee tho collection ot all
loans mnde through Its agency. All charges
paid by the borrower. Pleaso write, before In
vesting, for New Y'ork nnd New England refer
ences, und full particulars. Samuel Meiuiii.l.
(Into Governor of Iown,) President. Address
JAMES 11. 11HARTWELI, Secretary, Drawer 101
ucs Moines lowa linyi umvv
CONSTANT EMPLOYMENT. Agents
wnnted. either scx.i30 a week warranted.
No capital required. Full particulars and sam-
liio senr iree. Auiuess, vviui u cent return
stamp, C. ROSS, box 142 Williamsburg N. V.
QANVASSING BOOKS sent FREE for
Pl'.OK. FOWLEIl'S GREAT WORK
On Manhood, Womanhood and their Mutual
iiiter-rciuiiousT iive, its ijiwh, I'ower, etc.
Agents nre selling trom 20 to 30 conies of this
work a day, and wo send a canvassing book free
to any book ugents. Address, stnt Ing experi
ence, etc., NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO., l'hll
delphln, Pa. Jyl4dw4w.
RITE FOR LAUGEILLUSTUATED
Pr ceL st. Address. GREAT WESTERN
GUN WORKS. No. 17, Sinlthtlcld St., Pittsburg,
Pa. Brccch-loadlng shot-guns, mo to woo.
Double shot-guns, fs to $150. single guns, (3 to
120, Rifles, fstolis. Revolvers, $0 to $25. Pis-
tois, 91 to s. uuu mniernii, iisiuug incKie,
Largo discount to dealers or clubs. Army guns,
revolvers, c bought or traded tor. Goods
sent by express C. O. D. to be examined before
paid for. Jyl4dw4iv
"pAMPHORINE" cures every pain,
vc. iry it, nuiu uy uu uiuggisis,
REUBEN HOYT. Pron'r. New York.
Cci "1 Qn In lour weeks canvas.
was ono agent's pro
Jtetru and Sumi : $70
In ono week on The Aw JlouiieUrjxr' Manuel,
by Miss Beecher and Mrs. stowe. Any active
man or women can navo an agency, ,j , ji. t unu
it CO,, New Y'ork, Boston, Chicago nnd San
Francisco. July 21 dw4w.
O KTII THOUSAND IN PRESS. SALE
UU Increasing. 2,000 moro Live Agents
Wanted for our
LIVINGSTONE 23 YEARS IN AFRICA,
Over coo pages, only $2.60. Lookout for Inferior
worKS. menu iur cii uuiur uuu in uui ui inu gi eai
est success of the season: Report lust In. 184
subs, in six days. HUBBARD BROS., Pub's, 53
VV USIllIlglUU DU, JIOSIUU. U1J ZIU&IY IV.
WORK OF INTENSE INTEREST
and Intrinsic value.
By tho gifted son of the famous "Peter Parley."
The result ot great historical research : An
Authentlo History ot Navigation and Its Mani
fold Discoveries since tho Flood. Abounds with
startling Incidents, fearful disasters, lawless
piracies, uiouuy uuiues uuu giuuuua ueiuuiu-
inent&: uisu uesuriues uiviiii;. it-irKiii muikr.
ocean llsherles, etc. Over 2110 spirited cuts.
Snbiect new. Price low. Agents wanted.
IIUBIIARD III OS.. Pubs. 53 Washington street,
THE CHEAPEST AND BEST.
Cures and prevents all diseases Incident to tho
" RATIONAL HORSE-SHOEING,"
With plates, Illustrating how to perform opera
tions and cure foot troubles. Sent by mall on
receipt ot ong dollar,
Send stamp for circular to
41 Dey St., New Y'ork.
JR. CABLE'S "WATER PROOF
, U J J. J I li A U Ji J u U ,
HARNESSES, CARRIAGE TOPS,
.BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
Fits harnesses perfectly und prevents crack.
Ing. , Does not fry out or gum tho surface.
Softens and proserves tho leather. Excludes
tho water. Excellent lor boots, shoos, do
WOlvcs universal satisfaction. Manufac
inylodvvtt N. C. MARCH, MIddlebury,
CELERY PLANTS From Peter Hender
son ready on nnil after Juno 2lth, Send In
your orders. Cabbage plants for lata crop by
the hundred or thousand; also. Green Peas
ready about July 1st. Flower plants, among
which is the celebrated Amarantlias Sulslfollus
or Fountain Plant, constantly on hand. Bou
quets, wreaths ic, made to order.
inayMly Near Fair u rounds.
AILY STAGE BETWEEN RUT
LAND AND STOCKBRIDQE.
Arrive at Rutland 12iii.,lcnvoHuUandl;00p.m.
starting from tho llardwell House,
tw-Connecttons'at stockbrldgo with stages
or ifocucsuT uuu iieiuei,
I myiMSin II. II. TPPPElti.rropT.
Wntdus ana cwtlry.
BAILEY & PARMENTEiRS
S I L V E R S M I T II S .
We have tho largest and best assortment ot
Wntches ever offered In this market.
In large supply, embracing evory vaiiety o
style desirable fur Ladles' or Oentleineus' wear.
.1 E W E L It Y ,
In rich abundance, and more coming.
SII.VEK li.ATKD AND STKKI-, 10 11 TABLE USE.
Our stuck Is large, and wo sell nt low prices.
S I L V E R GOODS.
silver srnoNs or oim own manpfaotuhk.
ROGERS' BROTHERS PLATED FORKS
Tea Sets, Castors, c alt the best.
S P E C T A O L K S
To lit those who cannot see well.
A new thing without frames. Very desirable.
Call and see for yourselves ul
BAILEY AND PARM ENTERS',
17 Mebciiants' how,
.001) NEWS !
WATCHES CHEAPER THAN 'EVEItlBEFOIlE,
MARSHALL it CADY'S.
Who have Just received a large and elegant
stock, open eases wllh Hat glasses, In both
SwKs and American, key and stem winders.
NEW ASSORTMENT OF CHAINS,
GOLD SETS, RINGS, PINS, AC,
Solid Silver and Sliver Plated Ware
A tine line of Black Jewelry In horn and Jet
Cnllatthooldslimdot Clalk Bros. & Marshall
corner Merchants' Row and West street.
inayliUni MARSHALL & CADY.
JUTLAND MARBLE COMPANY,
wholesale dealers is
BLOCK & SAWED MARBLE.
QUAltlllE.S AND MILLS,
J. N BAXTER, Supt, WEST RUTLAND, Vt.
All tho grades of Rutland Marble, In tho
shupo of slabs of various thicknesses required
for Furniture, Mantel, and Decorative Work, as
well as Cemetery uses ; also cubic Stock for
Monumental and Building purposes, including
Bases, strips, and Posts, may bo found on our
yard at all times.
Our extensive arrangements for the prodtic
on of Marble. In thu war of Ouarrviui; Ma
chinery, and Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
ot saws, place us In position to supply the
ivuui-i ui uiu iruue. vviiuiesuie uuu ituiau
Dealers. Builders. Furniture-Men. and gen
eral Manufacturers will find It to their Interest
to iiivor us wiiu tueir oraers.
RUTLAND MARBLE CO.
BAXTER NATIONAL BANK,
II. IIeniiy Baxter,
II. V. LOTUKOl',
J. N. BAXTEIt,
T. W. PARI,
GEO. E. ItOYCE,
GEOIlQE R. BOTTU5I,
.1. W, CllAUTON,
N. T. Sl-KAUUE, J
W, O. DUNTON,
Mado nnd remitted for at Lowest Rates.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DErOSITS. '
A general Banking and Exchange business
II. IlENHY BAXTER, KeSt. J. N. BAXTBtt, V. PrCSt.
Ueouqe 11, Bottuu, Cashier.
RUFUH HATCH, -B
It O IC E R ,
17 DltOAJ) STMKT, XK)V YORK,
Stocks, GovernmcntsaudGoldb&ughtand sold
fir Interest allowed on dcjioslts. , innyudtf
WOOD CHOPPERS 'WANTED TO
cut 500 cords of hard wood In Mendon.
Apply to Geo. W, ciuflin, Jr., Merclianls'
Row, Rutland. " 1
TXTANTED. At Plttsford Fiiriiact;; mill
TT 'era to work in Ore Bed. WoodCliopprs
and Colliers on Coal Jobs. . Good wages and
Hteiinv Amiilnvmant AmilvfA ' -
' oJ4d1m ' ' '.T. P1HCHA11U, Plltaford, Vt
(Sractvlcs ami provision.
T NO. 23 .MERCHANTS ROW,
ALL KINDS ill' noons
I) O W N !
D O W N 1 I
a lbs. HYSON TEA for 90 cents.
n lbs. OOI.ONO TEA for po cents.
3 lbs. Y'OUNO HYSON TEA for jl.OT.
Valencia Raisins, 10 cents per lb.
Lnyer ltnlslns, 12 cents per lb,
Rutland and Wevinonth Nnlls. Cutlerv. 1-iniir.
Meal and Grain, nnd a thousand things too nu
merous to mention, ns long windy advertise
ments cost, which customers, Indirectly, have to
lA.Vlhtt K. Mliiaft,
Rutland, Vt. Juno 19. )unel dSwim
mnv closing out sale
ot a stock ot
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
DOMESTIC DIIV GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CHOOKERY, GLASSWARE, AC, AC,
HAS O O M M E N C E I) .
Will avail themselves ot tho opportunity which
It ffords to replenish their stock of household
Jf" Every art Icle Is sold nt cost or less.
PLEASE OAI.I. AND I.EAUX li'.ICES.
G. W. CHAPLIN, .In.,
No. 9, MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND.
T & T. C A I) E N ,
Wholesale nnd Retail Dealers In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
.'AN NED FRUITS, PICKLES, Ac.,
GLASS, EARTH EN WARE J
AND FANCY GOODS.
Also, Dealers In
BUY GOODS, SHAWLS, DRESS GOODS,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, Ac, Ac.
An assortment of
;OENTS FURNISHING GOODS
Constantly on hand.
AGENTS FOR MAIL STEAMERS TO AND
CI-RHAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT ON THE
BANKS OF ENGLAND, IRELAND. SCOTLAND
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN STS.
1 8 .1 7 . 1 8 7 3.
O L I) R E D S T O R E .
aiiOOKllTKH AuXJ) PKOVJSWXS,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
mayltf Merchants' Row.
Jfv U L T O N M A It K E T, ,
DUNTON X HAYWAHD
All kinds of Meats, Fish, Vegetables and
Fruits In their season.
Klngsley & Spraguo's Block, Merchants' Row.
Q. R E E R T U It N E R
sua a li iwwxixa compaxy,
70 WALL STHEET, NEW YORK,
Offer for ftnlo all the various L'rndes of Refined
Sugar of Superior (jualltynt the 1iwestMnrket
Prices. A superior quality ;of Whlto Sugar fur
uoniiTiiuiiem use. Atiu,
WHITE COFFEE A,
COFFEE EXTRA C,
And the lower grades of
y k r. i, o it' u a a ji .
Orders to bo addressed to our office in New
York, 70 wan street, cor. rcan.
Parties ordering 10 barrels can liavo them as
sorted. , terms Thirty days, or Cash In T days, less
E. G. BAXTER,
V BO A T
B. W, MARSHALL'S.
niEAS, from fiO cents to $1.76; also fresh
ft W. MARSHALL
TTkllllfJKr.T.AH. PHIINES: CHERRIES.
JL Pcacuca, Blockberrles, Rapbeirles,Pluma
lluckleben les. Also, all kinds of fruits In cans,
tor sale at ' ii. w. makhiiai.ij
luai ldtwly Grove street, Rutland, Vi
T7 LIC HORN, & SiAGNOtiA FLOUR,
JDj- very cholcej for sale at ..,,.
mayldA-wly Hi . MArhhai.i.tis.
TUESDAY, AUGUST fi, 1873.
Flowers bo my portion when In Idle pining
Sadly I ponder tho dcrents of Time s
I oiled ot tlio prizes hung beyond my reaching.
Weary with fnlls. no lnnirnr nr. in eiimii ,
Dear flowers that stanch tho rising tear with
Makingmo glad wllh nn Immortal prime I
Flowers bo my solaco when aloof lamenting
O'er tho tho lost treasures of my golden Jays,
O'er friends, now dust, that by tho way have
O'er loves, now nslies Hint worn onen nliliwiv
Dear flowers, O keep between mo and foul shu-
Breathing Instead the ghosts of early Mays.
Grant mochasto revel In your beaming favors 1
Nav. lllv-vlrplns. meet me pvn In pvn t
Deign, reigning roses, your most gracious
MM. nlnBAM l.lnl.l. I T.-.l, ....
u-ii-, iiuni-'i. .luiuini uaiiiiiKS, ivny so COV 7
Dear flowers Hint shame mo with j our Innocent
Drawing my vapors with your shining Joy I
Lift your little heads, though mine, alas be
Bum vviih love's flame, though wi
van my own
Mndle my vision with your playful glances;
Pique my dull sense that flatters to admire I
Dear flowers, that make mo hear tho spring
Mil U1 SII1K11IK I
Vestals that feed mo with undjlng fire I
Y'c were my playmates In my busy boj hood ;
1U lll.li; lllj Ulllu I.I1VII HUIIl!ll lll'lU UUU
Unknown your name, but not your lovely
What was a name when beauty was the
Dear flowers, how did I wait the April meet
Sure ot your coming nt tho promised hour.
Yo were my pages when enthralled by Beauty,
Bearing my priceless secret to her breast ;
Y'e were my mutes that graced my mourning
Blesslntr the turf where itennfv went In roat
Dear flowers, still bless me with your tender
Stand nt my denth-bed with your holy Incense,
.uui- inj lini, uii-aiu may uu ui iieiv-movvn
Heirs ot my grave draw v Igor from my ruin.
Lifting my darkness once more In the day I
Hear Honors, renewed by dealh sublimed by
Taking the sunshine vv llh the waits ot May 1
Arm 1'iirJl' 7W.
Gen. Joel A. Dewey, n native of Georgia
Vt., ami a nephew of A, S. Dewey of this
city, ilieil stulttcnly June 17th, in tlio Cir
cuit Court room nt Knoxvllle, Tennessee,
lie being in attendance as n witness in an
important case then on trial. Gen. Dewey
vvo9 about thirty-tlirco years of age, a grad
uate of Oberlln College, Ohio, and served
witli distinction in the nrmy, from the com
mencement of the war until peace was de
clared, rising steadily to n full Brigadier
Generalship, his promotion being due to
merit nnd not to influential trieniU. He
first served in the war with Gen. Pope, but
afterwards joined Sherman's nnnv. Ho
served for a time on the staff of Gen. Rose
crans. He was at one time in a military
prison in Georgia, and nt the close of tlio
war commanded tlio military post at Mur-
frecsboro. After the war ho studied law,
graduating at the Albany Law School in
1807. Hu subsequently located in Dan-
bridge, East Tennessee, where lio resided
at the time of his denth. In 18GS he was
appointed Register In Bankruptcy for tho
eastern district of Tennessee, and in 18CU,
was elected by tlio popular voto tlio District
Attorney of his circuit. He commanded
from tlio start n largo and lucrative prac
tice, which by reason of his great ability
and correct business habits, was steadily
The hay crop in Somerset county, Maine,
is so nhtmilant that ninny farmers nre in a
quandary where to store it.
Mr. A. W. Putnam of Haverhill, Mass.,
cuts 2.'0 tons of hay on n little more than
ono hundred acres of laud. Mr. Svvauzcy
of North Haverhill cut SO Ions on about
six acres. Many of the Haverhill farms
have been celebrated for their fertility for
more than u century.
Tlio hay crop lu North Hero is ubout
three-fourths as much as last year, but of
a belter quality. All the othc cereal crops
In the town aro good.
When farmers begun their haying tho
crop was very light. A few days inter
vened and they found the average yield of
grass anil a better quality than last year.
Tho hay-makers on Mr. Livingston's
farm, in St. Johnsbury gathered 134 loads
of hay last week !!3 of them on Thursday
averaging one ton each. Two of the
workmen raked twenty acres of hay on
Thursday, in four hours, with two rcvolv
IIKIC'TIXR AIIUUT Till'. STATU.
A young man calling himself Sanborn
pretending to bo a piano tuner and clock
repairer, engaged board for himself and
poodle dog for a few days at II. P. Bond's.
Not llniling ns much employment as he
would desire, ho left unceremoniously ono
morning without paying his board bill. lie
was pursued nnu overtaKen at i-uiney,
where lie semen ins mil wuu costs.
The war on tho mall route from Proc-
torsvllle to Windsor, is llnallv over and the
contract goes to Mr. L. G. Coolldge, the
stage proprietor on tuu imo irom rcicu
vllle to Windsor. Tho contest ended on
Thursday of last week bv thu withdrawal
of tlio mall brokers who undertook to
crowd n very largo man.
There Is nothing doing on tlio Lamoille
Valley raiiroau at tins point.
Tho small-pox excitement is subsiding.
Thcro have been but two cases, and those
in a modified form.
Help for farmers lias been scarce, very
few Canadians having put in nu uppear
ancc tills season.
Tho city of Burlington paid $ 00 toward
tlio Ethan Allen celebration on tho Fourth
Rev. N. P. Putnam,, Rectorof St. Luko's
church at St. Albans, olllclated at St.
Paul's church, on Sunday week.
President Buckhniu preached nt the
Collcgo street church, Burlington on Sun
A largo addition lias been mado to tho
largo lumlier yards north of Liuilsloy's
mills, by tho Central Vermont road, which
has been laid out Into streets and n largo
portion Is nlrcady covered with lumber.
A certain Willlston farmer kept a pair of
blooded calves, apparently three months
old, conflned in A cage, two by four feet,,
iu n team In front of tho J'ret olllcq
for full threo hours in tl.o broiling sun.
Tho ite Vreia, ns It ought, expresses In
dlgnattoii nt such cruelty. '
Northern Dakotali has groves of petrified
trees. . i
A taking paper Hie sheriff's warrant.
Spiritualists, paper (w)rnpplng paper.
Iiong nnd successful reign llio deluge.
Hotel keepers are people we have to
put up with.
Drcach of good maimers for ruin In
stare you in tho face.
St. Louis is In mournlntr because of Hie
census of Chicago.
New wheat in Indiana brings from SI. IB
to $1.20 per bushel.
Nevada has named a new county
Bnrnum lets the St. Louis news-bora In
A thirty lioiinil trout vvnsiperntlr rninrlit
Charles Read han't sued anybody for
more than a month.
A Georgia planter has four rears' crrovvlli
of cotton on hand.
Venders of green nnnlcs get arrested In
most of the western cities.
A handsome vounc woman is the contain
of n Texas litmlicr Bchooner.
Maryland Is to have a new seaside lesorl
near Berlin, on the eastern shore.
Robert Lincoln and wife aie nt Clifton
Springs, N. Y.
Cameron, Kansas, had a light snow-fall
on the 18th nit.
Oslikosh pays lySriO.OOO n year for drinks,
and 1387,000 for Hour.
Peoria people arc bathing in lime water
to ward off the cholera.
An Oregon wifo-whlpper was taricd and
feathered by n mob of women.
A clumsy circus rhinoceros fell upon a
man at Charlotte, Mich., and killed him.
One cottage at Long Branch Is occupied
by n mother and daughter, both w idows.
Ev-Vicc President Colfax anil wife are
on a trip through Minnesota anil Dakotali.
A Chicago paper calls Canada our na
tional apprentice In tlio corruption busl
ncss. A Niagara Pulls liackmau has been lined
435 nnd deprived of ids license, for over
charging. An Indian couple want i?in,000 for
their baby's arm, which was cut off by u
Blacqiie Be v. the Turkish inhilMer, Is In
New York, Ills successor Is on his vvny lo
The wife of Senator Carl Schmz lias
lately Inherited 170,000 from an uncle
who died in Hamburg.
A Brooklyn penitent lias added 10 cents
to Treasurer Spinner's conscience fund.
A young Englishman has recovered
heavy damages from a tnilor who sent him
an insolent dun on a postal card.
The fact that no monument marks the
birthplace of Washington has been com
mented upon as a national disgrace.
Lydia Thompson will return with a fresh
bevy of English beauties nud a brace of
comedians to do the acting for them.
Governor Ilnrtranft nnd cx-Oov. Curtin
of Pennsylvania arc at Saratoga. Congress
Hall gave the former a complimentary
Long Branch pay3 so llttlo attention to
its hair this season, that onu New York
hair dresser sent all his girls back to the
A voung St. Louis man playfully shot his
neighbors daughter because she would'nt
go into tho house when ho told her to.
Congressman II. E. Havens has sold his
interest in the Springfield (Mo.) Patriot
which paper ho has conducted for several
Claia Louiso Kellogg is at the Mountain
House, in tbo CatskilU, nnd she treats tlio
guests to roIos on the piazza, cverv even
A letter came to the Chicago postofllce
the other day addressed to "Clilchagough."
The chap had a bad spell.
A route agent on the Milwaukee &
Northern R. R., has received tlio following;
epistle from a postmaster on the line : "ei
cult not open tlio mulback dam mei Key
did not fit Diss Lock, "I could not open
tho mall bag. Dam mv key, it did not fit
this lock. '
Route Agent Booth, of Alabama, sends
us tho following :
Three cents to Uncle Sam I'vo paid,
At (leo. C. Burress' door to have this laid.
At Notasula I want him to leave It.
Kind George will be there to receive It ;
Tho city, although not very great,
May bo round in Macon County, Alabama
But George will be tickled to get It, I'll bet
you iny hat.
From Minnesota comes a curiosity in the
way of an application for a marriage
Moxtevedio, the 9 of May
I will try to writte to the Land Onlce of
yellow madlson Co and see if you Fellows
could plaso send inee a Lkson for to get
marled. I don't know if it will do but if
you could it would save ine going so fnr
And I don't know what it Requares for to
get the Lission, but If you Fellows get this
letter pleae send it to nice and teel men
what the cost is nnd I will Bend you the
money our names aro Ivor Larson nge 2H
year anil Abby Lageson 23.
That Hoiti!ini.E Lkttek with Powdkii
ami Caps that the muiidehed Wai.
woktii sext to ins Family. The Wal
worth tragedy Is revived for a moment by
Eli Perkins, in n Saratoga letter to the
Graphic. Ho says:
There Is certainly something very queer
nbout those dreadful letters almost funny.
Walworth used to saunter into Carlton's
bookstore almost every morning, smiling
and toking witli Josh Billings and other
authors who congregated there. One
morning the deceased looked peculiarly
smiling and happy. After laughing at a
joke, ho sat down and commenced to
'What aro vou scrawling nt now War
wick?" asked josh Billings.
"Well," said Walworth, witli a smile
radiating all around Ids sharp and piercing
eyes, "I'm writing to the Shah of Persia.
Hero I'vo written him up iu my "Dela
plalnc," nnd filled tho book full ()f him,
and the. rascal hasn't ordered a siuglo
"What nro you going to do challenge
him?" asked Undo Josh.
"Yes, I'm going to kill him. Ho must
die. The man who don't order my books
forfeits ids lifo By Jove, ho does !"
"Well, It you'ro going to slioot tho poor
shall here's some caps, said UnclaJosh,
pulling out a half dozen caps, with a haudi
Jul ot dirt from tho lining of his overcoat,
"Hero tako theso and send 'cm' to tho
With a laugh Walworth took tho caps
and put them In, the cuvclopo ; then ho
turned up tho Band box and poured In some
sai(d, saying, "I guess I'll send tlio old
scamp Bomo powder to go with 'cm ha,
Tills, my dear friends, were, the powder
and caps which Walworth, sent to his wife,
with dreadful oaths and a lunatic's kisses.
It was Wnlwbrth's weird joke. It was
also considered n joke, in Saratoga by Ids
relations. Theyonly .laughed ,nt tho let
ters. No pno'cTrU-oamoiJ 'of fearing tho
man, Tho assistant district nttbruey knew
about tho caps niuVsand joke; but 100 late
to introduce it ns comical tcimony.