Newspaper Page Text
r0L. I....NO. S3.
RUTLAND, VT., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, 1873.
PRICE THREE CUNTS.
VKUMONT CENTRAL AND HUT-
V LAND HAII.KOADS.
SUM MKIt AHHANG KM EXT.
Dii nml after Monday, June 2d, 1ST3, trains
will run ns follows, (Htinda)s excepted) i
UOINII SOUTH AND KAST.
Leave Rutland nt U:M ami 4:.tn a, m., nnd 12:10
and r,:00 p. in.
MAIL. Leave Ogdcnsburg nt 6:10 p. m., St,
Allium at 0:20 n. in., Ilurllhgton at 8:10 a. in.,
1'ort llonry nt "::.'i n. in., Uulluiul at 12:10 p.m.,
llellons Fulls nt 2:30 p. in., arriving nl Now Lou.
don at :30 p. in., connecting Willi steamer for
NEW YOHK EXPHEHS.-Lenvos st Albans at
9:00 n. in., llurllngton lu:2o a. in., arming In
Kutlaml nt U:w p. m.
NIGHT IMPRESS. Leaves OgdensburgntlS:
33 p.m., liattsburg 0:30 p.m., Montreal 8:so p.m.,
Nt. Johns 4:50 p. in., . St. Albans ":20 p. in., llur.
llngtonMO p. m Rutland 11:50 n. in., Hellows
Kails, 3:2.1 a. in., arriving nt New IjnUon nt llilis
MIXED TItAlN. Leaves llurllnctoii nt 2:00 n.
m., arriving In Kutlaml nt 7:40 p.m. Leaves
Itutland nt 4:30 n. m., Hellows Falls ws n. in.,
(aceonimodatlon train), nn Ivlng at New London
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Kulland nt r.:00 p. in,
arriving In Hellows Falls nt lo:on p. m.
Leaves Kutland at 1:43 and B:40 n. m., and 2:30
and 8:05 p. m.
MAIL. Leaves New London nl fi:0o a. in.,
Sprlngllcld 8:00 n. in., Iloston T:30 n. in., Hollows
Fallal 1:4.1., Kutland 2:30 p. in., arriving nt Port
Henry nt 9.0O p. in., llurllngton 6:00 p. in., nt.
Albans 0:40 p. in., Montreal 0:45 p. m., Ogdens
burg 1:4.1 a. in., making connections Willi trains
for the West.
EXPRESS Loaves Itutland nt 5:05 p. in., M.
Albans nt N:.isn. in.
NK1HT EXPRESS. Leaves New London at
S:f p. m., Sprlnglleld nt 8:10 p. m connecting
with train leaving New York nt 8:00 p. m Bef
ows Falls 11:20 p. m., connecting with trnin
leaving Boston ut r:30 p. in., Itutland 1:43 - u.,
Burlington 4:40 a. in., St. Albans 0:10, nrnvlug
in Montreal at 9:4.1 a. in., Iinttsburg at 12:00 m",
and Ogdcnsburg at 12:3.1 p. in., connecting with
trains for tho west.
MIXED TKAIN. Loaves Kulland nt E:I0 a. m.
Lonvo Burlington at 9:30 a. in., St. Albans 12:)
m., arriving In Ogdcnsburg nt 8:M)p. in. and St.
Johns nl 8:Mi p. m.
MIXKU TRAIN. Leaves Bellows Falls at 4:30
a. m arriving In Itutland nt 9:20 a. in.
ACCOMMODATION'. Leaves New 1mdon nt
9:10 n. m Bellows Fnlls0:O0 p. in., arriving In
Trains leave lllirllnirtnn irnlni- piist. tnr Vnnt.
poller, c, at C:M a. in., 12:30 p. in. and T:M p. m.
Trains lcavo Bellows Falls going north, for
..ui.u .ti-i .lunuiiuu, nu., ui o:ji a. ni. anu
11:45 0.111., and 6:M ana 11:20 p. m.
CONNECTIONS. At. lltltlnnil l.'ltti llnncnl.n, .
Saratoga and Harlem Extension llallroads; nt
cuutT rims wiui i-nc.snire uanrnaa: at south
ernon with Connecticut lllver Itallroad.
"Sleeping cars nre nttnehed to night trains
between ht. Albans and Troy, ami Burlington
nnd Boston. GYLES mekhii.l?
St. Albans. Vt June 3d. 1S73. "en ' f"lpt'
ARLEM EXTENSION RAI LHOAIX
(' HANG E OK T I M E .
1973. SUMMElt ARRANGEMENTS. 1S73.
On and atter Monday, June sotli. 1S72, trains
will run as follows :
MIXED. Leaves Kulland nt 3:00 a. m., con
necting at State Lino with train for Troy.
MAIL. Leaves Itutland 9.30 n. in., and mak
ing close connections nt Chatham 4 Corners
with trains for New York, Albany, Hudson, and
both east and west on II. & A. It. 11.
MIXED. Leave Kutland at 2.2.1 p. m to Ben
nington and Troy.
SUNDAY MILk TRAIN (with passenger car
attached). leaves Rutland at 7.!o a. m.
Kutland to Now York - - . . (sw
" lo Albany 3 no
" to Hudson, - 3 oo
8fNo lay over checks given.
ARRIVE AT RUTLAND.
Mall, 9.11 p. m.; Mixed, 12.0j p. m mixed,
7.30 p. m.
F. C WHITE, Supt.
Kutland, Juno 14. 1S72. majidiwtf
I-ODK PAPER COMPANY
Pl'HLlSHERS PRINTERS, STATIONER
HI, A XK UOOKISIA XUt'A C1VIIHHH,
Having purchased the Wholesale Paper and
Stationery business of II. A. Sawyer, and tho
Printing business of Jas. K. Mo Lean, with the
addition of n complete Book-Bindery, they havo
consolidated tho w hole Into ono business, and
moved the same Into tho new and commodious
"Oiobe Building," erected especially for the
uso of the Company.
With one of tho most complete Printing De
partments of any establishment In the State,
under, the supervision of one of tho best practical
printers In tho country, they are prepared to do
all kinds of plain and ornamental work In tho
roost approved manner and on short notice.
our Jobbing Department will comprise full
lines of Writing Fapcra both folded and flat,
Envelopes, (Note, Letter and onicial,) Blank
Books of every description, School Hooks,
Slates, Tens, l'enclls, Inks, law Blanks, Cut
lery, Wrapping Papers of all kinds, Paper Bags,
Flour Sacks, Twines and Cordage, Wooden
Ware, Matches, Brushes, Blacking, Blueing,
Ac, tic. Thl3 Department will be found well
stocked and worthy the attention of closo buy
ers. Tho Bindery will bo uuder the charge of ono
of tho most thorough workmen to be found in
tho State, and all work will bo executed In tho
best style and with dispatch.
With men of long expcrlcnco In charge, and
with oxtcnslro facilities for conducting their
business In Us several departments, they pre
sent one of tho most comploto establishments
of the kind to bn found outsldo the cities, and
solicit tho pntronago of tho Public, feeling con
fident that they can Insure llio wants of nil
upon tho most favorable terms.
tlLOIli: PAPER CO,
f PAGS, Wo have now In stock an nssort
J. ment of Dcniilson'H Patent Direction
Labels and Merchandise Tugs, which wo will
sell at manufacturer's prices.
We havo also a good btock of " Phillip's So-
curlty Hook-Tags," a very convenient and ser
viceable article for merchants. Among Its ad
vantages are: floods can bo more readily mark,
ed than by any other means; tho tag Is so se
curely locked that It cannot become detuched
Irom tho goods; no chance of tho tag becoming
detached from the hook; no points projecting
to tear other goods or your fingers. They tiro
safe, strong and cheap. Call and examine,
them. OLOflF. PAPER CO.
Merchants uslnt? nrintntl wmitnln'- will do
well to consult, us before ordering, as wo make
aslowllgures as Now Y'ork or Boston Houses,
and give better accommodations In assorting
lots, while a great saving rau bo mado on
freight. GL01IK PAPER CO.
OOK RINDING. Wo tiro now ready
to recelvo orders for all kinds of work.
OLOBE PAPER CO.
PENCILS. Dixon's Pencils, mado In
the United states, aro much superior to
Faber's, rind nro sold at lower prices. Try
ULOBB VAPEK CO.
I1AGS. Wo Bell Dennlson's Tags to
X Printers nnd Stationers at Dennlson's
lowest wholesale prices.
(IL01IE PAPER CO.
O. T. C R O 8 S,
Manufacturer of nml Dealer In
KINISHINO LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH,
CLAPBOARDS, AND SPRUCE I.U.MUKII,
DOORS, MASH, BLINDS, MOULD
1NOS, BRACKETS, WIN
Scroll Sawing of all kinds, Pinning, Mntchjng
mm i.iuiiiiif uuiii? luutuii. i iii u iiiiv. ..in. ..Mi
nor of I'nlou and Furnace Streets, near Freight
Depot, Kutland, VI. Mnyldw3m.
N. MEHHIAM'S PEHFICT FIT-
U . TI.NO SHIRTS. What they sny of them.
"I never had any shirts that 111 led mono well
ns those mado by joti." 11. II. HURT.
"The shirts are rooohed, nml fit not liken
shirt on n bean pole, but Just right."
.i; 'colli!, Mlddlebury.
"The first shirts I over had that suited mo.
The lit Is pel feet in ever respect."
Je27dly B. W. MARSHALL.
CUUTAIN COUNICES OP IJL-ArK
Walnut, or nil fllll, made lo order. Cur
tnln Rings, Tnssels and cords. DEARBORN'S
SHOW OASES, OOHNEIt, CLOCK
and Mantle Shelves made to order, with
linln or Moulded edges. BKACKETS Rawed In
different slj les nt DEARBORN'S
EW MOULDINGS FOU P1CTUKE
Framing, Chromos, Lithograph, utnl
DECORATION OF CHURCHES, HAI.1,'4 AND
(lood llrst-class work nt reasonable pi lees.
Many) cars experience In tho business, come
and see my work
No. 1, Wales, Cor. West street.
J12dlm Kulland. VI.
o. ii. m o i: i: ii o r s u,
Opposite Cenlral House - - RUTLAND, Vt.
RUTLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Manufacturers nnd wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SEAT CHAIRS, BEII
STEADS AND CHAIR STOCK.
Corner of West and Forest sis,
L. Atwoon, Airt. (1. c. IH'iiiii.K'), Tiv.is.
J W 1C 1 N G ,
.Manufacturer and wholesale nnd retail denier In
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
MOUI.DINOS, BRACKETS, AND HOUSE UUR
OK KVEKV llEM'ItllTIOV.
Fl'HNACK STllKKT, RfTHNII, VT,
Orders by mall or otherwise promptly nllond
ed to. myldtf
.1. .1. Gi; INI ION,
II I. A 0 Iv S M I T II .
Particular attention paid to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted. Shop on
NEll 0I.IVF.lt MAlir.I.K MOItK.S
LINCOLN I HON AVOHKS.
Marble Mill and Hoisting Machinery or the
most Improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings and general ma
steel nnd Iron Wire Rope nt Manufacturer's
Rutland, Vt., May 1, 1873. mayhltt
-A. II. II AAVLE Y ,
COXril.lCTOIt A Xl PRACTICAL ShA Ml!,
H Is prepared to do all work promptly nnd
well. Orders can bo left nt J. E. (llynn's store
on Merchants' How, or nt the llardwell House.
Jlreremit Rockwood Barrett, Rutland ; L. M.
Mason, President of First National Bank, De
troit, Michigan ; Hon. J. M. MnrMn, Saratoga
L I V E H Y .
If you wish n nice TURN OUT, go lo
0. V . UICIIAHDSON'S,
(Lato D. Whltcomb's,)
G'KNTKII STltEET, ItUTMN'U, VTiUMOST.
Careful drivers nnd tlio llnest of Carriages.
Stables open at all hours. Horses baited.
mSOdtt . F. RICHARDSON, PitoriliKTOH.
JfAHM FOH SALE.
The subscribers otfer for sale their farm, sit
uated about two miles from the vlllago of Bel
lows Falls, on tho Chester road, well known
JOHN CLARK FARM,
Containing about threo hundred and llfly ncrcs
of land; two dwelling houses, threo bains nnd
two tenant houses, near tho railroad track.
The tenant houses nro new. Tho lnrgo farm
houso has been thoroughly repaired and paint
ed, with new piazza In front nnd end, new front
fence, nil In the most substantial and tasteful
manner, making it a daslrablo residence.
Nearly three-fourths of n mile of new wuter pine
from n never-fnlllng fountain supplies all the
OVER TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
has been expended within tho past two years
on buildings and fences, besides tho tenant
houses. Tho land Is adapted lo the raising of
all kinds of crops. Some llfly acres nre well
adapted for tobacco. The land Is now under a
good statu of cultivation, by having been fed
out a largo amount of hay and grain tho past
two years, which has been brought on tho
place, besides that which tho farm has pro
duced. Tho eastern line Is the Connecticut
river and tho farm laying westerly, dU Ided Into
pasturo and tlllagu land, with n hulllclent sup
ply of wood for tho premises, situated so near
the village of Bellows Falls a Mllago growing
moro rapidly than nnyplaco within tho btate,
and with Us unlimited water power, which Is
fast being Improved, must continue to Increase
In a still larger proportion In tho future makes
It tho most desirable farm In theso parts. Pos
session given immediately, except tho mill
yard, anu that In ono year. Inquire of the sub
scribers on tho premises; or Joseph Wilson,
llrm of J. Wilson X- Co., near tho ilejiot ; or Wil
der A Hopkins, at West Rupert, vt,
WILDER 4; HOPKINS.
Bellow s Falls, May 1, 1S73. myl-dtf
GEORGE 0. NEWMAN,
HEAL ESTATE II H O K E H ,
Ofllce i Derby's Block, 2d Floor Front.
First class village and farm property for snlo
and to let. Money to loan on notes, Mortgages,
life policies mill other approved securities,
PASTUHE ' LAND IN P1TTSFOHD
For sale or rent, ono hundred and twenty
llvo acres of lino PASTURE land located ono and
one-halt miles from PlttMord Village. Address
or call on IS. P. HITCHCOCK, under National
Bank of Rutland, Rutland, vt. Mayltf
The subscriber offers for Balo tho
HOUSE AND LOT, 21 COTTAGE STREET,
Corner William street.
Houso Is In good repair, contains 12 rooms, gas
and water above and below. location desirable.
Cellar always dry and well ventilated. Barn has
accommodations for two horses, or horso and
cow, (lood barn cellar.
Armrtlonot tho furniture will bo sold with
the house If dessred.
Possession given at any time,
C, II. FORBES.
Rutland, Juno d 1S73. utr
001) CIIOPPEHS WANTED TO
cut boo corns of hard wood in Mendon.
Apply to Ono. Y. CiiAii.lN, Jic, Merchants'
AILY STAGE I1ETWEEN
LAND AND HTOCKBKIDUE.
Arrive at Rutland 12m., leave Rutland 1:00 p.m.
ntartlng from the Banlwell House.
tm Connections at Htockbrldgo with stages
or Rochester and Bethel.
inyMiMin R. H, TUJ'PER.'Prop'r.
sTjotftis nml Sluing goomsi.
AHDW E L L II O U S E ,
J. Jl'. CltAMTOX, Proprietor.
Tho BARDWEt.L HOUSE Is located opposite
the Depot, and has long been favorably known
lothe traveling public. It has been recently
Improved, now nirordlng the host and most
amplo nei'Oinmodntlon to guests.
The TABLE will be supplied with all Hie
luxuries of the Season, and every attention will
be paid to tho comfort of Its patrons.
In the future, ns In tho past, the Proprietor In
tends to make It a llrst-class House nfTordlng
all tho comforts of a homo to the traveler, The
public patronage Is solicited.
A (1C10D LA'ERY In connection with Hie
Attentive PORTERS will bo found at tho De
pot on the arrival of all trains.
A K E DUNMOItE HOUSE,
E. P. HITCHCOCK, Pm.i'iiiKTiii:.
.1. W. POHTEIt. MtMtnnt.
This well known anil popular Hotel, situated
on the shores of Lake Dunmore, has been re
cently pul In thorough repair. Several new
Cottages have boon built and newly furnished,
nud will be opened Juno 1st, for Hie reception of
boarders and tourists. maj2sdtf
rpiIE EQUINOX HOUSE, MANciiKSTi:n,
I. Vkiimont. Drawing room cars run through
without chnnire. from New Y'ork to Manchester.
by 10:40 a m, train. Ma N. Y. fi Harlem railroad.
Passengers by Hudson river steamers, leaving
New Yoi k nt c p. m., connect ut Troy with s a.
in. Irani, nrriviugni jinnciiesioriii iu,hj a. in.
A train loaves Trov at n n. ni.urrlvlng at Man
chester nt p. in.
Trains lenvn Rutland for Manchester nt3a.
in., l:3ii a. in. ami 2:2.1 p. in. on Sundajs at 7:30
n. in. Address
jyicd r. ii. tmvis.
V A H M E H S ' HOTEL,
liiKiilUT Sthkkt, - - RUTLAND, VT.
A FIRST CLASS
M H A 'I' M A It K E T
IN Hill ICt. IlIil.DINO.
inulil3ni J. E. JOHNSON. Puoi'iiiKTon.
,T . V . F I S II 15 1! ' K
N E W DINING HO O M S ,
Central House Block, Merchants' Row,
Warm Meals served nt nil hours of the day
nnd evening. inayldsm
N E W 1) I N I N G II A L L ,
In rooms formerly occupied by J. W. Fisher
KINOSLEY X SPRAOUE'S BLOCK,
WARM MBAI.S HRlEVEfl AT AM. Until!,
riMIE SUHSCHIBER having achieved
-1. something of a reputation as a
P II O TO G K A P HE H
In these United states of North America, re
turns thanks for the
by the whole people.
Making First-Class work, my speciality I
would Invite, us many of you wishing that kind
of work, to ' barra hand "and help us boost tho
The Room Is newly re-ntted and re-fiirnlshod,
nnd you will llnd It qulto pleasant to while uway
a few lleetlug moments us we go travellngon.
You will llnilmy
1'OltCEI.AIXS AND IMITATION 1'OItCKI.AINS
made un to please all and at less rates than
over. No expense or patns spared In Tools,
Chemicals or anything going to make up
A GOOD LIKENESS
as It Is my motto la please, If I do not make a
WITH TDK KXI'El'.IKSCK OF KK1I1TEF.N YEARS,
and most of that time In Rutland, 1 flatter my
self that I am what I am,
A LIVING JllO AMONGST YOU.
ROOMS 1 S
0 L ARK' S ;iJ L OOK,
(Corner Merchants' How and West Streets,)
JAS. O. MEKKELI,
Ciias. A. William.
(Lato of Philadelphia)
Juneia dw3m Assistant.
S. J- T'001'
Wholesale dealer In
CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDY
UeOIITEIt AND WUOIXSAI.E PEAI.KH
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
Tho attention ofiTown Agents, Physicians
and Druggists Is especially called to our wines,
as they are unsurpassed for medical purposes,
coming from one of tho oldest vlneyurds in
California. All goods guaranteed pure nml sat
isfactory, or lo bo relumed at my expense.!
:C0HNElt FREIOIIT AND EVELYN, STS
(Landon Ac lluntoon's Block,)
Rutland, Vt, inyltt
g M. 11IXHY & t'O.'S
TWO GEMS FOR HOUSEHOLD USE.
HlxBV'a French I.Al'Nnnv Bi.ce.
limiv's Best shoe Blackish.
jUIE GREAT SOUTH AMERICAN
.IURUI1EI1A 11I.OOD PURIFIER.
Is the most powerful cleanser, strongl honor
and remoter of Glandular Obstructions known
to Materia Medlca.
It Is specially nduptedtoconstltiitlons "woin
down " nnd debilitated by the warm vvealher o(
Spring and Bummer, when tho blood is not In
nctlve circulation, consonuenllv crnthcrlntr Im
purities from sluggishness and imperfect action
oi me secretive organs, nnu is manuesicu u.i
Tumors, Eruptions, Blotches, Bolls, Pustules,
Scrofula. Ac. Ac.
When weary nnd lnngiilil.from overwork, and
dullness, drowsiness nnd Inertia tnko the place
of energy and vigor, the system needs a tonic
to duiiu it iii anu neip ine vital Forces lo
gnln their cunernllve power.
In thn heat of summer, frequently, the Liver
uiiii oiicrji uu nui. pruiienv (leriurui ineir imiu
tlons; the Uterine nml Urinary Organs are in
active, producing w onknossof the stomach and
intestines and u predisposition to bilious de
rangement. DR. WELLS'
E X T H A C '1' O V .1 U K U II E 11 A
Is prepared directly from llio Mouth American
Plant, and Is peculiarly suited to all these dim
eultles; It will cleanse the vitiated Blooit,
strengthen the Llfe-01 lug Powers, nnd remove
nil obstructions from
IMI'AIIIEll AM) ENKEKDLEII ORIIAS'S.
It should bo freely taken, as Juriibebn Is pro
nounced by medical writers tho most efllelent
Purifier, Tonic und Deobstruent known In the
whole range of medicinal plants.
JOHN i. KKLLOUG.IS Iiattstroet.New York.
Sold by Druggists. Solo Agent for llio United
Stales. Price one Dollar per Bottle. Send for
Circular. JulyU dw4w
"VXT-ORKING CLASS. -Male or female,
TT $CO0 a week guaranteed. Respectable
employment nt home, day or evening; no capi
tal required; full Instructions mid valuable
package of goods sent free by mall. Address,
with six cent return stamp. M. YOUNG CO.,
173 Greenwich street. N. Y. Julylt dwtw
NEVER NEGLECT A COUGH. Noth
lng is more certain to lay the foundation
for fuluie evil consequences.
WELLS' CARHOLIC TA1ILETS
nre a sure cure for nil diseases or the fesplra
lory Organs, sore Throat, Colds, Croup, Diph
theria, Asthma, Catarrh, Hoarseness, Dryness
of the Throat, Windpipe, or Bronchial Tubes,
and nil diseases of the Lungs.
In nil cases of sudden cold, however taken,
theso Tablets should bo promptly and freely
used. They cquallzo tho circulation of the
blood, mitigate tho severity of the attack, nnd
will, in a very short lime, restore healthy action
to the aitected organs.
Wells' Curliollc Tablets are put up only In
blue boxes. Tnko no substitutes. It they can't
be found nt your druggist's, send nt once lo the
agent In New York, who will forward them by
Don't be deceived by Imitations.
Sold by druggists. Price 2.1 cents a box
JOHN O.. KELLOGG, IS Piatt St., New York.
Send for circular. Sole Agent for tho United
1 r PER CENT. NET. The Iowa
JLU Loan and Trust company will Invest
money on llrst-class Real Estnto at 10 per cent.
Interest, net, payable, semi-annually In New
York, and will guarantee the collection of all
loans made through Us agency. All charges
paid by the borrower. Please write, before In
vesting, for New Y'ork and New England refer
ences, and full particulars. Samci.l Mekhii.l,
(late Governor of low-n,) President. Address
JAMES 11. 11EARTWELL, Secretary, Drawer 107
Des Moines Iowa Iulyl4dw4w
CONSTANT EMPLOYMENT. Agents
wanted, either sex, Wo a week warranted.
No capital required. Full particulars and siim
plo sent free. Address, with 0 cent return
stamp, O. ROSS, box 142 Williamsburg N. Y.
QANVASSING HOOKS sent FREE for
IiiOK. FOWLER'S GREAT WORK
On Manhood, Womanhood und their Mutual
Inter-relations; lac. Its Ijiws, Power, etc.
Agents nro selling Irom 20 to 30 copies of this
work a day, nnd w o send a canvassing book free,
to any book agents. Address, stating experi
ence, etc., NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO., Phil,
delphla, l'n. Jyltd.lwiw.
XX TRITE VOil LARGE ILLUSTRATED
TT Price List. Address, GREAT WESTERN
OUN WORKS, No. 179, Smlthllcld St., Pittsburg,
Pa. Breech-loading bhot-guns, $ii) to f3w.
Double shot-guns, ts to tiso. single guns, f.i to
$20. Rliles, s to t75. Revolvers, ii to t'.'5. Pis
tols, l to fs. Gun material, fishing tackle.
Largo discount to dealers or clubs. Army guns,
revolvers, Ac, bought or traded for. Goods
sent by express C. O. D. to bo examined before
paid for, Jyl4illw4w
CAMPIIOHINE " cures every pain,
Are. Try It. Sold by all druggists.
REUBEN 1IOYT, liop'r, New York.
Oi A "I S) O In four weeks cniivus
uprMzJ. iOU sing wnsono agent's pro
lit on Brynnt's Libiary oj lwtry mi .S'vu; ; $70
In one week on The Xew lltluntleeir,n Manuel,
by Miss Needier nnd Mrs. Stowe. Any nctlie
mnn or women can have an agency. .1, It. FORD
K CO., New York, Boston, Chlengo nnd San
Francisco. July 21 d$w4u.
O KTII THOUSAND IN PRESS. SALE
tJZJ Increasing. 2,ouo more Llvo Agents
Wanted for our
LIVINGSTONE 2S YEARS IN AFRICA,
Over coo pages, only $2.to. Look out for Inferior
works. Send forclrcularand proof of (he great
est success of tho season: Report Just In, 14
subs. In six days. HUBUARD BROS., Pub's, 53
Washington St., Boston. July21diw4w.
A WORK OF INTENSE INTEREST
und Intrinsic vnlue.
O C E A N ' S S T O R Y .
By tho gifted son of tho lamous "Peter Parley."
The result of great historical research: An
Authentic History of Navlgntlon nnd Us Mani
fold Discoveries slnco tho Flood. Abounds with
startling Incidents, fearful disasters, lawless
piracies, bloody battles nnd glorious achieve
ments; also describes dlWng, telegraphing,
ocean fisheries, etc. Over 2ou spirited culs.
hnbject new. Prleo low. Agents wanted.
HUBBARD BROS., Pubs, 53 Washington street,
THE CHEAPEST AND BEST.
Cures and prevents all diseases Incident to the
" RATIONAL HORSE-SHOEING,"
With plates, Illustrating how to perform opera
tions and euro foot troubles. Sent by mall on
receipt of ono dollar.
Send stamp for circular to
41 Dey St., New York.
R. CARLE'S WATER PROOF
Of I, 11 LAO K IX a,
HARNESSES, CARRIAGE TOPS,
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
Fits harnesses perfectly and prevents crack
lng. Does not fry out or gum tho surface.
Softens and preserves tho leather. Excludes
tho water. Excellent for boots, shoes, Ac
r"Glves universal satisfaction. Manufac
mylOdiwtt N. O. MARCH, Mlddlebury,
ELERY PLANTS From Peter Hender
son readv on and after June 24th. Send In
your orders. Cabbago plauts for lato crop by
tho hundred or thousand; also, Orcu Peas
ready about July 1st. Flower plants, among
which Is the celebrated Amnranthns Salslfollus
or Fountain Plant, constantly on hand. Bou
quets, wreaths Ac, made to order.
mayMly Near Fair Grounds.
jyISS KM -MA A. LEE,
ARTIST IN OIL COLORING,
No. 100 West Sllii ST., New Yoke.
Miss Io Is spending tho summer In Vermont,
and will reeolve orders, correspond, or consult
withthoso desiring Photographs, Porcelain, and
ivorytypes, painted In oil. PostoRlce address,
WntrtifiS anrt tmltj.
II A I L E Y & P A R M E N T E H S
S I L V E R S M I T It S .
We have tho largest and best assortment of
Watches ever offered In this market.
till I, D C II A INS,
In large supply, embracing every variety o
st.vle desirable fur Ladles' or Gentlemeus' wear.
.1 E W E L H Y .
In I Icli ahuml.incc, and more coming.
Stl.VKII fl.tTEIl ASP RTEEI, FOH T4BI.K t'SE.
Our stuck Is large, and we soli nl low prices.
S I L V E H 0 O O I) S .
SII.VEI: SPOONS 01' Ot'i! OWN MANI.TAOTLiiE.
ROGERS' BROTHERS PLATED FORKS
Tea Sots, Castors, A-e., all tho best.
S P E C T AOL E S
To nt those who cannot see well.
A new thing without frames. Very desirable.
Call and see for j ourselves ut
I1AII.EY AND PARMENTERS',
17 Mkiichants' how.
JUTL.VND MARRLE COMPANY,
WIIOI.KSAI.K I1KAI.KI1S IS
11 LOCK SAWED MARRLE.
()I'Ai:i!IES AND .MILLS.
.1. N BAXTER, Supt. WEST RUTLAND, Vt.
All the grades of Rutland Marble, In the
shape of slabs of various thicknesses required
for Furniture, Mantel, and Decorative Work, as
well as Cemetery uses; also Cubic Stock for
Monumental and Building puroscs, Including
Bases, SI rips, and Posts, may be found on our
yard at all times.
Our extensive arrangements for the produc
tion of Marble, in the way of ouarrylng Ma
chinery, nnd Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
of saws, place us In jkmIUoii to supply tho
wants of the Trade. Wholesale and Retail
Dealers, Builders, Furniture-Men, and gen
eral Manufacturers will llnd It to their Interest
to favor us with their orders.
RUTLAND MARBLE CO.
HAXTER NATIONAL HANK,
II. IIES'IIV IIAXTEK,
11. F. I.0TUI10I-,
J. N. IIAXTEK,
T. W. PAiir,
GEO. E. ROVCE,
GEOKUK R. BOTTfll,
.1. W. C'BASITO.V,
X. T. Sphaouk, .lK.
W. C. DUNTO.S',
W. C. I.ANIIOS.
Made and remitted for at Lowest Rales.
INTEREST ALLOWED UN TIME llKI'OSITH.
A general Banking and Exchange business
II. Heniiv Baxikii, Prest. J. N. Baxteii, V. Prest.
Geouoe It. Bottom, Cashier.
II R O K E 1! ,
17 imoAii .iritKKT, xmr roitK,
Slocks, Governments and Gold bought and sold
tv Interest allowed on depostis. inayl2dtf
yr E E K S Sc R A H 11 E R
AT NO. 1, OPERA HOUSE BLOCK,
Keep a full assortment of the following
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
FRENCH CHINA WARE,
TABLE GLASS WARE,
MLVEH PLATED WAKE,
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
TASSELS AND CORDS,
LAMPS AND LANTERS,
Wholcsalo and Retail,
LAMP CHIMNEYS and BURNERS,
Wholesale and Retail,
MATTRASSES and LOUNGES, and
mayldtf DONE TO ORDER.
Y E I N a
Faded Garments and Cariiaca Unlncrs Cleaned
and Colored by a new chemical process bo that
you can hardly dlsdlstlngulsh them from new.
scouring nnd pressing light suits neatly oxe
cuted. Persons having anysuch Jobs they wish
lo havo done, will please call at my Dye House,
ashlngton Jtrccf, opposite Town Hall,
All goods sent bv Exnress nromntlv done nnd
relumed. All work guaranteed.
It J. KILI1URN,
nugMliii Washington street,
(Bxwxita atjd provisions.
T NO. 2H .MERCHANTS HOW.
-A i.i. kinih or noons
I) O W N ! I) O W N ! !
3 lbs. HYSON TEA for IK) cents.
3 lbs. OOLONG TEA for 90 cents.
3 lbs. YOUNG HYSON TEA for Jl.W.
Valencia Raisins, lo cents per lb.
layer Raisins, 12 cents per lb.
Itutland nnd Weymouth Nails, Cutlery, Flour,
..leal and Grain, nnd a thousand things too nu
merous lo mention, us long windv advertise
ments cost, which customers, Indirectly, have to
". . JAMES E. GLYNN.
Rutland. t. June 19. lunel9 dswim
rjIHE CLOSING OUT SALE
IX a stock of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, AC, AC.
II A S C O M M E N C E 1) .
Will avail Ihemsoliesof tho opportunity which
It rfords lo replenish their stock of household
lir Every article Is sold at cost or less,
li.KASK CAM. AHI) I EARN PRICKS.
G. W. CHAPLIN, .In.,
No. ), MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND.
J A- T. ('ADEN,
Wholesale and 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.
An assortment of
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
Constantly on hand.
AGENTS FOR MAIL STEAMERS TO AND
IT." DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT ON THE
HANKS OF ENGLAND, IRELAND. SCOTLAND
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN STS.
18 5 7. 1 H 7 11 .
O L I) 1! F. D S T O I! E.
aillHlKHTKS AND I'ltOVlStOXS,
CHEAP. FOR CASH.
majllf Mkiichants' Row.
J1UI, T O N M A R K E T,
DUNTON A- HAYWARD
All kinds of Moats, Fish, Vegetables and
Fruits In their season.
Ktngsley .v. Sprague's Block, Merchants' Row.
Q. R E E R T U H X E R
sua aii iiKFixixu (;oMiA.xr,
70 WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Otter for salo all the various grades of Kenned
sugar of superior tjuallty ut the Lowest Market
Prices. A superior quality ;ot White Sugar for
Confectioners use. Also,
WHITE COFFEE A,
COFFEE EXTRA C,
And the lower grades of
1. 1, o ir .s v a a it .
Orders to be addressed to our ofllce In New
Y'ork, 70 Wall Street, Cor. Pearl.
Parties ordering 10 barrels can have Ihem as
sorted. Terms Thirty days, or Cash In 7 days, less
yS per cent, discount.
E. G. IIAXTEK,
BATTY'8 HAH Oil PICKLES,
Crosse K Black-well's Pickles, Halford's
Worcestershire Sauce, Nabob Sauce, In fact
nearly all kinds of English Pickles can be found
at 11 W MARSHALL'S
rfpEAS, from 60 rents to $1.75; also fresh
X Ground COFFEE, at
11. W. MARSHALL'S
maj Idtwly Corner of Grove and West Sts.
PRUNELLAS, PRUNES, CHERRIES,
Peaches, lllockbcrrles, Rasnbcrrles,Pluins
Huckleberries. Also, all kinds of fruits In cans,
for salo at U. W. MARSHALL,
inayldiwly Orove street, Rutland, Vt.
U 8 0 A T OKA P E 8
at II. W. MARSHALL'S,
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1873.
The Sample Clerk.
Editor of the WW: Please allow me n
sliort paco In your pnpor to say n few wonls
to tho "Dry Goods Salesman," whose tery
noticeable article complaining of voum? in.
dies asking for samples, I noticed in
I tliink I can imagine how that witty
young man looks, with his lialr parteil In
the niiiMlo nml a filly cent glass diamond In
Ids shirt front, trying to play tlic gentle
man, being no more fitted for the position
lie occupies tlinn for President of tlio Uni
For my part I should like to see nlltlieso
would be gentlemen compelled to work hi
the liay field, or at some other useful em
ployment nnd not measuring tape for two
shillings n day. If lie would lake our ad
vice about this, no doubt lie would be able
to cure Ids "Horse disease," which In his
case is simply Ids Inability to "cash down"
when the livery man presents Ids little bill,
nnd also lay by n little money to pay his
editors' bill which will come In ly and by,
for he must not expect that any paper will
publish such efforts us his for nothing.
We hope tills young fellow will be warned
in time and not devote any more of his lei
sure after "early closing" to the pursuits
he has been following of late.
Yours, Maiiv Svmi'I.i:,
I'lie Itelinliigliin Siinilu' Sclititil.
At the regular session of the. Congrega
tional Sabbath School of North Ilcnning
ton, Aug. ad, the following resolutions
were unanimously adopted :
WnmiKAs, In response lo Infoiiii.itloii being
given, by a commlttco appointed by this school,
to tho friends In Rutland, that we desired to
visit that place on the Sloth of Jul), on our an
nual excursion, word e.ime to usthat we should
be made welcome, therefore,
JlemkeJ, That we appreciate the liberality
and kindness of the town and village of Rut
land, through their authorities, In opening as
they did for our accommodation the spacious
and coincident Hall, so accessible to the depot j
and In thanking them, which w e do most cor
dially, we would especially remember Messrs.
Dunn A; Field, Esqs., whose untiring efforts
were put forth for our pleasure and comfort, In
the furnishing of tables (all ready on our ar
rival), made white with linen covering and
fragrant with the perfume of boquetsj nnd
nlso for assistance In conve) lng to and from the
hall, our pro Islons, Ac, all of which tended to
render our visit very delightful and impress
upon us pleasant recollections of the town nnd
Uemketl, That a copy of Ibis resolution be
furnished each of the Rutland dally papers for
E. Walbkiixie, Secretary.
North Bennington, August 3d, lsis.
Fishing is reported good nt Higligate
A New Hampshire lady caught a iiiuscu
longein Georgia liny last Saturday that
weighed thirteen pounds.
Between f0,000 and 7.,000 young shad
were placed in West river tit Ilrattlcboro
on Thursday, by Fish Commissioner
W. II. Gttlbriatii, Piineipal of the St.
Jolinsbiiry high school lias been angling
among the brooks of the Wldte Mountains,
with eminent sttcress.
An adopted son of Andrew Lenox, was
arrested in South Glen's Fulls, N. Y., for
poaching upon the trout ponds of Cornelius
Hentley, from whence he had taken seve
ral fish. I le w as placed in tho lock-up nnd
liberated again after a few hours imprison
ment, upon promising not to repeat the
The ministerial fishermen who went
from St. .lolmsbury and Lyndon into
northern Now Hampshire, returned last
Wednesday, brown as nuts, and quite en
thusiastic over their enjwymeut and suc
ccus. They went to Dixville Notch, Clear
Stream, Errol Dam, Swift Diamond, and
the Mngallowag. They were away be
tween two and three weeks and camped
out every night. They report the fishing
In Clear Stream to have been nearly ruined
by some parties drawing a seine there lat
Minnesota expects to harvest :10,000,000
bushels of wheat this year.
An International Masonic congress is
soon to lie held in Kingston, Canada.
The Danbury News man's book lias sold
21,000 In seven w eeks.
The Canadian department of the Vienna
exposition consists of two bottles of tan
An Idiot named llecker proposes to jump
from the suspension bridge nt Cincinnati
into the Ohio.
A Nebraska man thinks he lias discovered
a natural castor oil well, and expects to
build up a popular summer resort.
George Eliot is deservedly popular In
this country. Over 50,000 copies of Mid
dleinarch havo already been sold in the
A veteran observer declares that the pco.
pie who spend the most money at tho
watering places are the old men with young
Tho Art Gallery of the Athcneum In St.
Jolinsbiiry village was opened to the pub
lic for tho first time, Friday.
Miss Mary E. Tcnny, lately piluclpal of
R. E. Hosford's female bcmlnary nt West
Ilrattlcboro, Is to bo principal of tho Monte
bello ladies' institute, a new school to lio
opened in connection with tho Sulphur and
Iron Springs at Newbury, under the man
agement of Rev. William Clark. The fall
term will open September 10.
The Vergeuncs mnchlno company havo
been awarded by thu city council of
South Rend, Intl., tho contract for fur
nishlng the pumping machinery for that
city, for 10,000.
The summer houses at Rrnttlcboio, not
already filled, are filling up slowly, and the
remainder of tho season bids fair to bo in
teresting to the many hotels. The little,
"Park House" Is crowded and many have
been obliged to seek other accommoda
tions. Sylvnmis Cobb, Jr., of I-edger fame,
passes 14 hours of the 21 In sleep. Some
dcclalntcrs against his ."pecies of literature
think It would be better for the youth of
the land if lie would sleep the other 10.
A Chicago paper asserts that while an
old lady lay 111 Itli mengitls nt home In
Lnporte, Intl., Inst week, her son procured
some boards and proceeded to makearoflln
in the same room. Slio beged him to de
sist, but he refused and the coffin was
about completed when she died.
Past Grands L. 0. Stlies, II. G. Harvey.
David Morrison, nnd II. V. Drown, hnve
been appointed delegates nl Caledonia
Lodge, No. 0 I. O. O. F.. to thu Grand
Lodge at Rutland, In August next.
James II. Capcn, the well-known tele
graph operator at Rrattlelioro, has received
from his brother-in-law In California, an
interesting and suggestive relic of the late
war in Oregon, In the shape of the scalp of
a Modoc brave taken at the lava bed.
Gen, John C. Hrcckenridge arrived In
Troy by boat on Monday.
The Troy and lloston Itallroad have in
contemplation a branch railroad toT,anIng
hurgli. A man named Haley of Grccnhmh was
found Saturday evening lying across the
Hudson river railroad track, near the First
street bridge, with Ids hands on his ears and
evidently waiting for a train to pass over
him. He was picked up by Jas. McCon
ncry of South Troy and led away, but lie
declared that although saved that time, he
would try it again. He was crazed with
Wutorliif- I'liiic .iili s.
Miss Smiley the Quakeress preacher, is
building a eoltase nt Saratoga.
The Walworth Mansion is one of the
couitesics tills season nt Saratoga.
The majority of tho Cape .May colla
gers have an ived and located for the sum
mei. Several members of the llritisli parlia
ment w ill arrive at Saratoga Springs eaily
There Is to he another boat laceon the
lake at Saratoga before the final closing of
West Point, always attractive on ac
count of Its magnificent location on the
high bluffs of the Hudson, is beginning to
If the cholera should vWt the northern
cities the watering places will lie likely lo
become uncomfortable In ronsequcnoe of
the crowds that will Hock to them.
Orient Point, on the extreme east end of
Long Island, offers gieat inducement to
visitors. Persons can enjov bathing, lili-
ing nud sailing to their heart's content.
Vu attempt was recently made to lender
it fashionable for bridal parties to go
southward, taking Richmond and other
southern cities by the way, but thus far
there lias been no diminution to the number
of newly man led couples that visit Niagara
The White Sulphur Springs in West
Virginia, which, during the war and for
some years after, fell partly into decay for
want of patronage, are now resuming their
former position not only ns a fashionable
watering place but as a resort for invalids
who seek lo benefit themselves by the
virtues and healing properties of the
Large quantities ot coal aro being manu
factured at Glastonbury, twerrty-lliree kilns
arc kept steadily' burning, and the pits that
were in use in "ye olden time" are being
brought into requisition or rather the cus
tom thereof. Yet there nro thousands of
cords of wood still piled on tho hillsides.
Arrangements are being made to extend
tho Iiennington and Glastonbury railroad
across tlio mountain, which enterprise will
probably lie completed in a year or two.
All unknown party broke into llio depot
East Franklin on the night of July 2Hth,
and carried olf what little money thero was
on hand, consisting of less than one dollar
in scrip and seventy-five new two cent
The cattle yards at Ho.xbury have been
undergoing extensive repairs and the thou
sands of sheep and homed beasts that spend
their Sabbaths there may hereafter enjoy
some comfort as well as the i-cenery on the
"height of land."
Orange ton ill).
George L. Williams, of Willianistown,
has a n apple tree that has three times in
tlio last eight years blossomed when there
was fruit in the tree one-fourth grown,
The Spring hotel nt Newbury has re
cently been refitted and furnished in a taste
ful manner. It is kept by R. W. Chamber
lain, who, It will be remembered by some of
our soldier renders as the first lieutenant
of tho Bradford company of the twelfth
regiment. A. J. Sibley, long the gentle
manly and corteuous chief cleik of tlio Pa
vilion, Moutpelicr, is clerk at tlio Spring
Hotel, which is a guarantee of good atten
tion and excellent fare.
At the "llend" In Greensboro, tilings are
lively. The railroad is laying a branc'i
track to tho steam mill, and several new
houses are being built there. The hitherto
undeveloped forests are to furnish hereafter
an immense lumber freight.
A I.Eii-sia Tragedy.-A leriiblo tragedy
Is narrated by the German papers. Kerr
Schwclnhoff, a nuichant of Lelpsig, aged
sixty-five years, after losing his first wife,
married a young ghl of eighteen, who, of
course was only enamored of tho old man's
wealth. Schwclnhoff had by his first wife
a sou, who seems to have been rather w ild.
On returning homo after two years absence,
the son, who was aged twenty-fivo years,
commenced n llaslon-wltli his step-mother,
Schweinhoff suspected the Intimacy, nnd
determined to bo avenged. Having nc.
quired proof of tlio treachery of the
couple, ho awaited tho opportunity. On
July C, ho took a horse and rode to a
country houso then occupied by his wife.
Entering tho grounds, ho saw her and his
son seated at thu edge of a small lake, en
gaged in conversation. He at onco put
spurs to ids steed and trampled the woman
under tho horso's fect. She, llylnc fell In
to tlio lake. Tlio son sprang upon the
father, nnd during the struggle which en
sued after Schwelnholt had been pulled
from bis horse, he stabbed him fourteen
times In tho face nnd breast with a poinard
which his father carried in Ids own belt
Then he ran tq tho lescuenfhls mlstiess,
and leaped Into tho water, but his strength
failed him beforo ho reached tier. The
lifeless remains of the'giillty pair were ie.
covered an hour later. I.fii7ig was Inn
state of consternation.