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THE RUTLAND WEEKLY GLOBE, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, 1873.
Euineror Francis Joseph puts up 200 tin-
tournament now In progress nl Vienna
Hont Hiicc. I
J. J. O'Leary, the Worcester oarsman,
who Is matched to row with Harrington.
tho 20th of this month, expects to begin
practicing this week on the course, at
Springfield, Mass. He has decided to cm
ploy Ellis Ward as n trainer, and will pro
bably row In tho old Walter Brown boat,
which ho has owned for three years nnd In
which he won some of his first races.
ti,o ,.l,on nt Urn summer meeting of the
twnn 1'nrk Association terminated In a
disgraceful row, Friday night, caused i.v
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the alleged "hlppoilromins "i scorui
rnn4 ntli 1 unsatisfactory decisions of the
judges who were assailed by exasperated Lower Lakes, and thence to Middle Atlan
lowers and obliged to lice for their lh ,. "Vcea'.i'onally cloudy weather and rain,
s VTriuiAY last.
The llrsl meeting ot llio season oi oi
thi. Saratoga Hncinii Association, closed
Satmdav. The day was beautiful, and the
events unite Interesting, though the num-
.in in b a
bers In attendance were not as largo ns on
nrc ions days. The lirst, n selling race,
for two vcar olds, was won by Hunters &
Trnvers'"cli. p. Crow's Meat In 1.1!) ; tho
u-pniiil. the Kennel Stakes, for three-year
olds, a two mile race, was won by the
llclmont b. In 3.40J; and the three-mile
race, for all ages, by MpDnniel & Co.'s
Hubbard In fi.it I,
The second meeting
The following arc the details oT the scve.
ral events i "
The llrot eenl of the day was a selling
race, for two vear ohls, tmcc iiiianers oi a
mile, for a purse of live hundred dollars.
There were but two starteis Hunter A
'rw Hi. n. (Ws .Meat, seventv-nine
noimils. and l)i .1. ('rouse's b. f. Por.-Ini-
nions, seventy-six pounds, .lust previous
lo the start, at the course, pools sold with
i Mnii ns finorlte nt r10() over Per-
Mtiunons as second choice nt &80. At the
drop of the Hag Crows Meat took Hie send
off hill a length In advance of Persim
mons. As tliey rattled down the shiite
I'ersinimons went to the front with Crows
Meat lapping. The quarter-pole was
passed In the same position. On the lower
turn Persimmons made a nap of half a
length between itscll ami tinnier iV J rol
lers' chestnut colt. On rounding the turn
buyers of first choice were pleased to sec
Crows Meat recover the front nnd gain an
advance of two lengths. The relative post
lions wen; the same down the homestretch,
On passing the stand Crows Meat gained
another length, nnu iiascu liniier inc
string three lengths in advance of l'evsini
mons. Time, l.itlj.
The second event on the card was the
Sequel Stakes for three-year olds, two
miles. Thero were six starters in this race
and their respective standing in the pools
as sold at the track were : llclmont 8100,
Littell $30, Satire Slfi, McDanicl $12, and
Warlike 810. The McDanicl Ally took the
lead at the send off, Izard second, Satire
thtnl. IVllowcraft fourth, t ic llclmont
colt fifth, and Warlike sixth. On tho turn
Wizard rcaclicu the lront uy three lengths,
followed by SlcUaniel anil Satire. At the
.,! -VV!,,..! n, !v lonrrllia nlinnil
of Satire, Felloweraft following at five
lencths. Warlike, Belmont and McDaniel
.V o..ii x-In,o fn'iinwi nt fl,-
In the rear. On the back stretch the same
positions were held. At the half-mile
Warlike gained third, making Fellow-craft
fourth. Headline the lower stretcli they
b.'gan to suing out, Wizard leading at
twelve lengths, Satire by a half, Warlike
by two, Felloweraft by two, Belmont by
three, and McDaniel last losing ground in
sixth place. Hountl the turn at tho three
quarter mile. Wizard still leading, extended
the gap to twenty lengths, Warlike making
second ly a icngtn, satire tailing imcK to
fourtli place, followed by llclmont. As
they rattled past the grand stand and start
ed on tho second mile Wizard began to
weaken as, though leading, the gap lie had
made was being closed, being but six
lengths ahead of Warlike, two lengths in
rear of which was Satire and Felloweraft
neck and neck and Belmont on their Hank,
On the lower turn, Warlike gained four
lonzths on tho still leading izanl. Fellow.
craft third, and Belmont jumping to tho
fourth position, Satiro following. Same
relative positions at the quarter mile, with
Wizard only leading by a length. Down
the back stretch the Wizard that lead so
gallantly for a mile and a half was com
pelled to succumb to tho fortunes ofjtlio turf,
and on reaching the half mile polo was
found in the fifth place, Felloweraft gaining
the lead by a length oyer Warlike, which
was only half a length better than Jlclmont
third and Satire as fourth. Hound tho turn
the metal of the racers was put to a severe
test, and at the three quarter pole, Fellow.
craft leading by about a length, Belmont
jumped to second place, giving warlike
third, Passing the grand stand, in a burst
ot speed, Belmont tho favonto In tho pools,
took the lead and passed under tho string
three-quarters of a length in advance of
t clloweralt, warlike mini, satire innrlli,
This raeo was for a purse of ono thous
and dollars, for nil ages, throe miles. There
wore throe starters, MoDanicU" Harry Bas-
hctt and Hubbard, andllice &McCormack'
Wanderer. Mclianiels stable was the In
voritc by 89.10 to 8.1.10. But a few minutes
previous to the start it was announced that
nuiiiiaril was sick, anil that Hie r.iee would
lie hetw-een Harry Uassett and Wanderer,
It was added, in conformity to a rule of Ibo
tssociation, which specifies that where two
burses are entered from one stalde both
mut start, that Hubbard would also start
but would merely gallop around, lcavingthe
race to bo contested between tbu other two
well-known through-bred. So far, well
and good. At the drop of the Hag Bassett
led, Wanderer second, Hubbard third. On
the lower turn Wanderer went to the front
lending by a neck, llassott and Hubbard
following At the quarter pole Wanderer
bad gained three-quarters, and nt the half
mile and turn tlirc-o lengths
in tno same
position ther came down the home stretch.
passed the grand stand, and commenced the
cennd mile. As they passed the quarter
polo Hubbard began to close tho gap and on
the back stretch gained on Bassett and nt
the hnlf mile secured second place. Tho
same position was hold for a mile following.
when, as they wero rounding tho stretch
homewards, Hubbard gained tho front and
held it until tito close, Wanderer second
and Basset third. Time, r:31.
The Ionoiiant Iticit Mnx- op IUkqoh.
General Horsey, lately elected to Congress
is one of the richest men in eastern Maino;
! 1 ,1 It,!. 1- 1
lit ai'll-UIUUe, miller illULT.UU, UIIU Very
vain. Not 'very long ago ho built 4
jmisucu wuuuub neurit iu uxpunsu. ooon
after its complctlSn, ho invited n stranger
tn nun tta hini,tl.. nThnr .!,! I, will,
a glow 01 nonesi priuo, "I'vo got ono more
gas-burner than any other house In Ban
gorl" A few years ago, when tho question
of erecting a aoldicrs' monument was agi
tated, there was a dhTcrenco of opinion ns
to the inscriptions to bo adopted, Mayor
uhw, Doing appcaieu to, ueciarca mat no
did not approve of long inscriptions, ho
would liaTo some ilng simple and impress-
ve j "Ilipogenus" would bo quite enough,
nipogenus- (i am not uro about tho spell-
mSL ? t?aiiif 1 tt w ? nonhl;
Maine, and it is likely that tho worthy
rKDfos r1'11 t,,ot L,a,in woam'
?h .nfl v,S muL ,ile' t00 ,7M avcry
ncn ana very tlliterate man. Hnunmnv.
urain nfM.Inn In oro 1 - "B"' -
flnm . i? In w..i 1 I nnd.on ,J' ret.urn
ahot UlV n
.k.Z;...i u," ?r ",u "mmreri
who had gone on to that city. "Oh. yes,"
XIS.-X i tK T k t f "W .' '
7 . ? ' iv "i'i'"ineni. na
raattrcu of ono of tho biggest hnnnltoi.
r . . " "
Ituport from Slfpini stntloin
Tho following oOlcinl report from the
mMonrnlnnleal detmrtment'nt Wnnhlinrinn.
n n , ,ho flrf,trcclvcil n't Iliitkii.liimW
thc now arrangement, whereby we will to
nblo to gjvc our rca,icrs ttio weather report
every morning, with synopsis of the past
day and tho probabilities!
WAR DnPARTMKNT, Omen op tiik l
Chief Sionai, Orncr.n, W asihn-oto.y,
I). C, August 4, 18731 A. M.
sY.s'orsls ron tiik vxar 21 noting.
The barometer has fallen in the North
west, with clear weather and southeasterly
Northerly and northeasterly winds, clear,
cool weather and high barometer prevail
from Iowa to Lako Erie, nnd thence to
Kansas, Missouri and Kentucky.
Variable northerly ami southwesterly
winds, partly cloudy weather, and dliiiln
laliA.I ivnsottM III llin (lllll'nil.l Wnlll I .ItlAM.
Korlhwcstcrlv winds, rlslnir barometer.
COol. clearing, and cloudy weather on tho
r sing barometer anil inning icmperaiure m
i.'r New England and St. Lawrence
Valley, northwasterly winds rising hareme-
. occasional rain on thocoat, and partly
rloudy. cooler weather,
i'or Middle Atlantic state.i. northwesterly
to northerly winds, clearing and clear
weather anil lower temperature.
For Michigan and tho Lower Lakes
and thence to West Virginia and Tennessee,
northerly and northeasterly wlnd, dear
weather and low temperature.
For the South Atlantic states, lower
temperature, southeasterly and northeast
erly winds, partly cloudy weather and oc
casional coast ram.
For the Gulf states, northeasterly winds.
cooler and cloudy weather, and local rains.
For tho Northwest and Upper Lakes, ami
southward to Missouri, falling barometer,
wanner, partly cloudy weather, and south
Ai.itf ut .1. Mvkii.
Itrig. Gen. (Bit A"l,) Chief Signal Olll-
r, L . S. A.
j From thc San Francisco llullelln.)
'i:VI'll.l. I'AOlt'lt! IM..1CI
The l'rrxoiil llliuiirllll fouilltloii of
llio '. J. II. It. Co.
.NKU'.I.V 41100,000,000 OH IX1 IX- IIOXIIS, unit-
P.OWT.II MONT.Y and unpaid ismiKsr-witv
TIIK MANAOnib or THE COMPANY 1)1!KA1
AN' IXVKS1 IOATIOX' 11V OOSOlltoM,
A few days since theofllcial stateinent of
the financial condition of the Central Pa-
cillc company was published in the liullf-
tin. the report neing lor 1110 uscai year
...!. . T.... ntl. 1QM ni.il,i.iin in.
1 illllll .1 IHIU UVlll, lU, illlll lllll v III. 'I t.iiip
tho liabilities of the Valleio system of rail
roads, me original Sacramento N alley rail
road, nor the Oakland iV Almeila roans ami
ferries, doss not present a fair showing of
the present indebtedness of Ibo conmanv,
The following table Is an exhibit of the
Known Mainlines ot the company, ami is
the result of careful inquiry made during
the last few tlnj-s among financial men well
up In railroad matters :
first mortgage uonus vemrai r,iciiic.vi.'.,ss,1,u,j
All mortgage bunils Western l'aclllc
JtorlEnire bomls San Joaiuln alley
ifi,in-nnii mi rinies.: 1.MO.000
uoniertiole doihis central l'aclllc . . i.wo.noo
State All! UOllllS t'OIltrnl l'aclllc l,.V)0,OO!l
-Mortpago bontW .Sacramento Valley
Mortgage bonds Vnllejo system. ,
i.umi uonui uenirai rneuie ,
llonds loaned by Federal !o eminent '23,000,000
I'npald interest on government bonds 7,000,000
personal security ueuis, lor casn uor-
rowcu irom an rrancisco capital
Total Indebtedness In bonds borrow
ed money and unpaid liuerest.. .103,013,000
The paid-up capital stock of the Central
Pacific railroad Is i51,000.000. nnd tho
stock of the Vulle 0 system 12.000,000,
Independent of this alleged paid-up stock-,
widt h must be worthless except us an ele
ment ot power, and the l,riUU,ooo in iior.
rowed State bonds upon which the State
has agreed to pay the interest until matur.
ity, the interest paying outstanding debts
of the company amount to $107,000,000 in
round numbers. Thirty-live millions
counting the accumulated interest, is ow
ing the Federal Government j but ns the
payment 01 ine lmcrcsi increon nas ncen
stayed off, it may be deducted from the
present statement as not tin linmeiiiaio
cause of embarrassment. There will be
still remaining (572.000,000 outstanding II
nullities, the interest upon which is re
ouireu 10 do promptly paid.
i ne interest on inc .'ju.uuu.uuu iiorrowcii
from San Francisco capitalists range from
sixty tliousaml to
SEVENTT-riVK TIIOIISANO DOMAIN PKI1
which, accepting the lower rale, would
amount to $720,000 per annum. The
mortgage bonds on the allelo svslcm
amounting to 10,000,000, bear interest nt
the rate 01 eight per cent, or .?nuu,ooo per
annum. Anil allowing that tho rale ol in
tcrest on the U,00(),t)00 mortgage liom
remaining does not exceed that of tho low
est Government mortgage bonds - six per
cent. there is an aililitional nun payable
during each 3 car of $3,720,000. The" total
amount ot interest rcoulring piomnt pay
incni 1 his ioois up 10 kii.iu.uuu pcrnn
mini, ns will be more clearly seen in the
Twelve percent, intercut on mono) from
Han Franciscans. iT'JO.ooi
J.IKI11. lfl ITHU Ull 1 IIUI'JU bjhlt'lll UUUUK, tUJ,l,U
M percent, on all bonds nor rioterninoni
The bonds borrowed fiom the Govern
mcnt 2H.000.000 arc i inn iurnn inter
est of six per cent, per minimi, or Syl.OflO,
uuu, mailing inn actual aggiegalo annual
Interest on the company s liabilities $0,!I20(
Tin: nut i:ai:.nixoh or Tin: uo.vi)
lor the year ending June i!0, 1872, -tho
date upon which the last olllcl.il icport was
inane ainouiiieii 10 ly.i.uou, i;i;i, or ijiits;i
507 less than the amount of interest the
requiring Immediate, payment. Since then
the nllem road lias licen in the ma n 1 c
and has contributed but little low.-inl flu.
payment ol tho expenses ol repair and tl
interest running on its mortgage bonds
which can bo safely estimated at about
1,000,000. The Increase in (ho earnings
of thu Central l'aclllc railroad during the
past year will probably bo barely Millleient
to cover this deficit and pay tho interest
duo to others than tho Federal Government
leaving nothing to pay lor repairs, lobby
Oil 1 HIS, III
The magnitude, of these liabilities of tli
Central I'aciQc Company Is srmiethin;
startling. 'Die manner In which they liav
been contiactcd and what security tb
stato and Federal Government have that
tho bonds loaned with tho aectuinilatlvi! In.
tercet, which in the case of tho latter will
Xll x.tnn nnr. nnn ...
mMf f t,.,, ....,.. 1,1 1 L
".n.,f8.u.c,1 . ,c," VA'" dc',l.- MCCPt
ii".i,,i iuu i HUH ;iloouicrisin OI HS maim.
TIIK CONTliAOT ANU
FINANCE POM PAS r
was iii reality nothing more than tho Credit
Mobillcr of tho Pacific slope, Of nil tho
debts contracted thero Is probably nono
moro unwarranted than that of tho land
moitgago bonds of tho Central Pacific for
ipiu,oiw,uw, bonds which aro unfit for tho
market, because they have been issued
property yielding no revenue, but whi
nro nevertheless draining tho resources of
tho company In tho payment of tho Interest
w-h ch thoy aro drawing. No Intelligent
reaso11 fr tii if the 0 sgo
honds can bo given, unless it was to pur-
dmso tho interest of tho Crockers in tho
i 1 . .,
i.uillmiljr, mill nu limillhlUIIll nnu mtcil
Wfts th0 Cftsu- T1US 000.000 per annum
01 l.u.. resources ot no company which
ougni to oo ucvoteu tome improvement
Its roads, tho perfection of Its system.
ihQ reduction of Its liabilities, falls Into the
nanus ot speculators irom wnom thero
hvuiiuk .1. puun UllVUUUi
There Is no moro than ordinary Blenifl
canco In tho fact that while, the liabilities
of tho company liavo been steadily Inci cas
ing, its managers, ns members of the con-
tract, nnu nuance company, liavc been
AMASS1NO COLOSSAL rollTl'NES,
and proportionate with Its Impoverishment
has been the increase of their wealth.
I ho cxtrnvnennt manner n which the
corporation's resources liavo been sriuan-
dcrcd leaves It without tho means of devel
oping its system nnd carrying Into effect
tho Improvements ulilch It had nsiced to
do. Every fresh acquisition of property
It seeks merely for the purpose of lellcv
lug picsslng obligations arising from debts
already contracted, nnd they are encum
bered In turn with similar moilgagcs.
Tho Investigation Into the nlialrs of the
Central Pnclllc railroad compnnv and Its
oiinoclion with the Contract anil Finance
onipany will evidently lie one of the prin-
ipal matters claiming the attention oi next
congiess I ho prceeillmr pxhibil shows
bv tlicv ail' so desirous that the
election of u senator should lake place who
will lepicent tnem nnu alii ill xlnviug on
the threatening investigation. On the
other hand, It is iptltc us urgent Hint tho
slate anil iciicrnl governments sliotilil take
steps to have the bonds loaned for Hie eon
Stiuctlon of the road coveted bv somobona
tide security, so that there will be a cer
tainty of their redemption upon maturity.
If the interest of the government bonds'is
allowable to accrue until the bonds shall
have matured, the. total amount will be
lost, ns tbcjnopeity will doubtless then, as
It Is now, bo encumbered for more than Its
value. The security for tho payment of
the principal and Interest is now In such an
unsatisfactory condition that It has a de
pressing Inlliience upon the credit of tho
Tim Viiluo ol Ycsii-rilii) .
Great Is tho nlllce of hoio. Wo luiio
no word too good nr extreme for that fac
ulty, but wc would enter n plea In behalf of
the value ol yesterday ill its lelatinns to
linnil and heart, none is a grand senti
ment. 1ut it conveys no information. . All
the Information of the soul comes up from
the days that arc gone. Hence one of the
best thinkers said, "?ift to know history is
to bo always a child. Tho ,alueof the
ideas that enter into human life is chiefly to
be learned by watching their evolution nnd
workings in that great workshop called yes
tcrday. Take the idea of liberty, and no
drcnincr who looks into the future can be
hold its length and breadth, but ho alone
an -measure tho import ot the term who
hoars tho cry of the slave from tho days of
tho lionians down to the career ot our own
land, and who sees the prosperity of free-
doni from Athens to Florence, and from
Florcnco to England and America. Take
the idea of home, and if you would feel the
import of the word, look not forward into
poetic haze, but back into human expe-
lence, in the tears ot sadness nnd joy mat
have fall n by the feet of any exile going
away nr coining hack; or look Into your
own childhood and consult its memoiies
and then the term unveils itself with no
light or shadow left out. Beyond the un
folding of truths, yesterday possesses niv
other power that of softening and nimhr
lating the mind nnu heart, ivgotism draws
its vanity from a perfect forgctfulncss of
yesterday. Self-consciousness and coming
greatness erase all else irom the minii, and
the egotist stands great in his possibilities.
lie is just about to conimer n world or
greatly surprise one. Any deep study of
his own or the world's yesterday would
drain his heart ot the last drop ot personal
vanity, for there was an arena and lie did
not conquer or astonish a world and there
all those who were more highly endowed
are slesplng In forgotten dust. If tho past
utters anything that is ot valuo it is that all
self-worship and glorification nro tho weak
est shape human nature can assume, and
that there is nothing worth living for except
the general mental and moral progress of
sell and ot mankind. I lie great graves
are those which cover tho dust of hearts
that did some work that entered after them
into the public welfare and happiness,
Tin: liou.ix-ii Mn.i. Accihunt i.v Chi
caoo, by which eight men were,it is feared
fatally burned, a few days ago, is thus de
scribed by tho Time of that city : The ac
cident took place in connection with the
unloading of .1 binst-fiirnncc which had
been filled but a short time before, but
proved to bo laulty, and it became ncces
sary to remove its contents. Tho firo was
allowed to die out on Friday, and after a
stream ot water nail been allowed to flow
through it for two days it was considered
cool enough for the workmen to commence
removing the caked mass ot coke, coal and
iron with which it was choked up. Tho fur
naces were of heavy, solidly-riveted iron
plates lined on tho inside by a stout wall of
brick. Jn order torcacli tho contents it be
came necessary to unnvet sonic ot tho iron
plates and in this way a space about eight feet
long and two feet high was uncovered to tho
brick work, about six lect above tho floor,
Next the brick wall was tackled, and n sim
ilar opening was piled away to the charge,
which was found more or less run together,
When the opening was made, huge volumes
of gaseous smoko issued from the orifice,
and tho men were compelled to desist from
work for a considerable time. As soon as
the smoke had cleared away somewhat
they began operations by striking the mass
with the points ot heavy crowbars, and
piece by piece the great mass was quarried
out, but whenever any portion was broken
loose, masses ot smoke followed, every
now and then, interfering with operations ol
tho men. Between 20 nnd 30 men were
engaged at this labor, prying away witi
ineir orownars, anil whenever any consul
crnble amount of tho conglomerate, eon
tents tumbled out. the men .lumped nimbly
aside, and while the work was nono of the
pleasantcst or safest, no accidents occurred
until yesterday nfternoon. The men. from
soveial days' familiarity with tho work, had
ceased to regard it in any very dangeron
light, and although heavy masses of smoki
still continued to issue trom tho sulphurnu:
mass, whenever any heavy masses wero re
moved, they paid littlo heed lo it, and only
iookcii to getting out oi the way ot tno tum
bling ore. About 1 o'clock on Tuesday af
ternoon a large party of men were picking
away at tho cumbrous mass, nr.il gradually
undermining a huge clinker. Suddenly it
gnvo way, and with it rushed out a lot of
loose material that had been held in placo
by it. The men jumped nimbly aside, and
succeeded in eluding the avalanche, but
while they thus escaped ono danger another
lay in wait for them. With the mass of
"conglomerate, canio an immenso volume
of gas, and tho moment it struck tho air
combustion followed, and with a tcrriblo
roar a dense mass of flame shot out of the
opening, enveloping every man within
dozen feet of it. A cry of agony burst from
the workmen, nnd being enveloped in n
dense volume of smoko they scarcely knew
whither lo fly. Soino threw themselves on
tho ground j others ran nt random nnd
struck a neighboring wall, while, n lew sue.
cecded in eluding the flaming eruption nl
together by a switt rotreat, fortunately l
tho right direction. Their clothing took
fire, and in some cases was almost entirely
burned off their bodies beforo they could bo
tendered any assistance. Tho hot breath of
the furnace burned deep, and at least flv
of tho injured men nro so terribly burned
that their recovery is considered extremely
TMiUMIHNO AND OAS FITTING
COl'I'lilt AND SHEKT I HON WOHK.
Having leased rooms No. IB, Merchants' How,
In Store with II. It. Dyer, I nm prepared to do
all work in my lino in a workmanlike, manner
at reasonable rates,
1'I.tTMHlNO AND UAH FITTING HOODS
biipplfed nt the lowest rates.
S ATISFA OTIO;N CI IF A It A NT1". K D
tv- orders by mall promptly attended to,
S. I). JKNNESS,
llutlaud, May 29, 1873. d3m
CJCHAP IKON AND STEEL, OLD
to Marble Haws and Curroncy taken In ox,
cnange lor nans nt llio
lnavld3m RUTLAND NAIL WOItKS.
West ot Lincoln Iron Works
IFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
No. 120 llnoAiiwAY, Nnw Yonir,
Hasbecomo llio most popular Lite Insurance
uiupiuj III II1U 1VUI1U.
Assets over 20,ooo'00o
New business ilurluir the vcarlSH of the Com
panies represented In Kullnnil.
-Mutual Lire ,
. . f,,m,m
, . 4,024,45
. . 40M).NI,'i
IJJCiL AIIVISOKV IIIH1III OP KKt'EHKSTF. !
Tolin N. llaxter, Joel M.llaven,
Fredk. chatTee. (leo. H. Iloltuni.
Ner. 1'. Simons, Charles L. Htlmson,
.loan a. Menu, iu.ii., .loiin w. cromton,
.nosier uingsiey, .loon a. hiieiuon,
oi, v, i tt eaze.v, .Nicnoias i,, navis.
MASON & VAtmilN.
JunelDdnSni ltcrnxn. vt.
IUTRNIIA.M A: TEMPLE.
We are Acents'for the following! Ilisr class
'he Insurance Companies.
Home, N. V
Insurance ot No. America, I'hll.i.
l'henlx, N. Y
These are tho best known of all the companies
represented in uutianu, anu binco we nuie
rpiirpqpntpil tlmm lhpv have imltl more mnntv to
the citizens of ltutliind and Motility than nil
other commune emnbinea.
This record nroves 1 help stability and their
w unngness to pay an proper ciauns.
We confidently expect a continuance ot Die
liberal patronage which these companies have
always ivecli ed.
We also lTiiiesent the Travelers Life and Ac-
cident Insurance company. Wo gUe abetter
nnu cheaper policy tniin any oilier i.uc com.
Call and see.
lSUKNHAM A- TE.MTLE.
Office, opera House, lltitland, vt.
stoves and Siu HVixxs.
J)UNN & CRAMTON,
Manufacturers of all kinds of
and dealers In
I'LANISHi:!), IlItlTANNIA, JAPAN, (1LASS
AND WOODEN WAHEH
t.f oitry description.
IIHOOMS, HIU'MHLS AND HASICKTS.
and a general assortment ot
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Special facilities for Jobblog all MndVor
TIN AND OLASH WAKE.
S'c'AII Kinds of uuiTKK take a In exchange for
NO. 14 MERCHANTS' HOW.
Itulland, vt., May 1, 1SJ3. inyldlt
E M O V A L
S. (I. Slalev. of tlio late linn of Klulev .t Ltn-
plneott, has removed his business from No. bT
Center St., to No. 12 Merchants' How, whero he
has formed a Cooartnernhln with, Messrs. Dunn
& erninton, under tho firm name of H. O. Stale
&Co. Ho will be pleased lo see nil of his old
customers, and ns many new ones as will favor
mill Willi u etui.
(5 . S T A L E Y
No, 12, MniiCIIANTS' How,
C O .
STOVES AND HOT AIR FURNACES
Tho Stewart and Now American Cooking
Stoves, for both wood and . coal, constantly, on
iiiiuii. .Miiiiiiuii:iiii-ra ui nun Mcturi M in
COVPEIt, TIN AND SHEET 'tUtlN WARE.
P L U M 11 I N (
In all Its branches? llatli Tubs, Water Closots,
nan nun w aiei ruling ami r iiungsw
TIN ltOOFINO. AND JOllDINO
Of all kinds promptly attended tov Nono but
sKiiiiui nnu rename workmen employed.
ALU WORK WAJUIAXTKD.'.
, . , .1
KRMEMBKIt, 2 DOORS NORTH 0rTUK0ri.TUU0CS
JgUIVT it SHERMAN
2500 VAltDS) AMERICAN AND COCIIKCO
lOje. 10c. lOjc. IOJp.
W0 YAItD.I, 4-4 STKII'ED AND POLKA DOT
(J A M 11 H I C S.
I!) cents, reduced from 20 cents.
100 t.INKN SUITS, WHITE SIIITIs,
In Muslin and Victoria Lawn, $3 Ml to fto 00,
mriiT if- si run wax
Offer Hie most elegant variety ot choice
11 L A (! K O O O 1) H
In New England, nt extremely low prices,
Ot nil kinds, reduced to-day.
I'.UtASOI.S, LADIES' AND CIIIDRF.K'.I,
Opened new to-day, very handsome and cheap.
DUItT'S NEW YORK SHOES.
This shoe Is worn very extensively In New-
York city, and Is the best, meanest and hand
somest shoe In America.
Offer t lie largest and best variety ot Dry floods,
anil nac me nest ugmcannu laigesi
Sales-room In Vermont.
HURT & SHERMAN.
Hut land, July is, 1ST3. mjldly
RINO GOODS. SPRING GOODS
KINSMAN A- ROSS
Wish to say to the nubile that they have now
open for Inspection the best line of spring
uoous t npy e er onereu.
HOSIERY, nt.OVEl, Ac
An elegant Hue of
SII.K AND WOOL POPLINS,
BUTTERICK'S CELE11RATED PATTERNS
Cat and examine our new line of goods.
KINSMAN A- ROSSJ
in Idly No. 3 Merchants' Row. Rutland.
A. PARKIIURST & CO..
Extensive Dealers In
FOREKIN AND DOMESTIC DRY OOODS,
And a complete assortment of
NOTIONS AND SMALL WARES,
23 MERCHANTS' ROW,
Wo tak nleasure In Informing the trading
I'linnp. mnr. ir. is nur nim in Ktmi ml, u, ml i:ii-i.l-
nl stock or Goods In our line to be found In the
state, we aro constantly repienisninp our
shelves with the principal staple Novelties of
tho Season, making our Establishment ibk
best for your Interest from which to purchase
your Dili tiuuiiM.
We have lhe;nest,Ilari.'alns In
An extensive assortment of
Forj Men and Hoys' wear.
KIDS at l.oo, $1,25, l.w, $t.75 Per ratr,
Call for the JACQUELINE CORSET best lilting
Our prices are sure to give satisfaction.
C. A. I'ARKIIURS-l A- CO.,
mayldtf RUTLAND, VT.
.OOtjS Mil dhotis.
n II K A T REDUCTION
Tho crreat excitement now urevalllnir In Rut
tho best HOOT OR HH&E lor tho smallest
amount or money.
Now. Citizens ot Rutland nnd vicinity. I claim
and do also Btatc, that I can sell ou anything
usuuiiy Kepi, in ii nnji-cias4 pout anu aiiou store
as cheap, or oven cheaper, than can bo found
tins side or lloston or New York markets.
I IP. B. l'lcaso call beforo purcliaslncr else.
where, nnd I think that you will bo convinced
(before leaving) that the above statement Is
correct. youra respectfully,
W. E. ROSS.
No. c, Merchants' Row, Rutland, Vt
store formerly occupied by French & narrows.
Q.REAT CLOSING OUT SALE
HOOTS AND S II O E S
All kinds of Hummer floods a cot or less, lo
fWlll IU1 u
FALL LINE 1 1
Now is llio thno at No. 0 togeL shod far
small amount ot money.
Children nnd Misses
at a low figure,
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF,
A now stock ot IllacksmitU'sApronsJust arrived
at No. o Merchants' Row,
O, W, CURlt
JEVI O. KINGSLEY,
BUILDERS' AND CAIIINET
Weymouth Fine Finishing nnd Empire Cut
Knlla Irnn Ulnnl I'linlnc jti.
I)l.AVIin.ll 1 11 Ft CUAlj 1IKST.
Steel, Iron, ricks, Ames' Shovels, masting Tow
ner (government, proot), i use, ijtrge
IDrill Kilos, Stel Striking Ham-
mers. Handles, ftp.
MANILLA ROPE AND COitDAOE.
SAW-MILL, CIRCULAR AND WOOD SAWS,
ANI1 IIOYNTON'S I.IOHTNINO
Oils, Varnishes, Glue, Sand Paper, llrushps, Ac.
OLASS AND PUTTY.
A sDleadldtlne of Table unit Pocket Cutlery.
Miienrs anu scissors.
F U 11 N IT U R E .
Tarlor Furniture, Center Tables, Mirrors, Ex
tension Taoies, nnusteatis, .Maurasses,
Spring lleds, Bureaus and Chairs.
Manufacturer of niack Walnut, Chestnut and
Painted Chamber sets.
(' A R P E T S .
Veliet, Brusspls, Tapestry, three Ply and In
grain i arpciH, un l ioiiis, ax-,, ac.
COFFIN'S AND CASKKTS.
AND METALLIC DUHIAI. CASK'S.
At L. O. KINOSI.EY'S.
Rutland, June I7,ist3.
JANDOK & II U N T O O N,
Wholesale and Retail Hoaleis In
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, Arc., Aa, A-o.
general .Assortment of
11 K L T I N G, L A O I K G,lic
TIMOTHY, CLOVER,' AND , ALL
NOVA SCOTIA PLASTER,
LODI MANUFACTURING CO.'S POUDRETTE.
A FPU, ONE OF
AGRICULTURA L IMPLEMENTS.
''" ' FORKS,
. AC, AC.
O II E A P F OH 'O A S II
BARRETT'S OLD STORE.
R A N (' I
F I It E
Representing fifteen of the Largest and
Strongest Coinpanlesjn the United States and
GENERAL AGENCY FOR VEIIMOST
LYCOMING FIRE INSURANCE CO
tlllae Issued policies for THIRTY-THREE
YEA RS, and paid o er t-l,424,844.ii for losses,!
JIUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.
IN THE WOULD.
INCOME LAST YEAH, $1,099,403 00
Policies on the
-CASH OH MUTUAL PLAN,
TOR RUTLAND AND ADDISON COUNTIES
FARMERS' .MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO.
THE BEST COMPANY IN THE STATE FOR
iw Insures nothing but' detached dwellings,
bams and contents
By this plan, FARMERS' only pay for losses
on FA Ml PnoPKRTY, No hazardous prop
erty Insured by this Company,
goohj., tntionciut, &t.
JOOKS, STATIONERY AC.
Hl'AUlilJl.Mi iV ID,
llnM' a Urge stock of Hooks consisting ot
Of dlfTercnOdK-s nnd stjles,
'ocket lUblcs and Testaments, large and small,
I'rner Hooks, Hymn Hooks, Devotional
Hooks, and nil tho popular books
of the day received as soon
JUVENILE HOOKS AND TOY HOOKS,
(lames, Backgammon Hoards, Chessand Checker
FRENCH ENGLISH and
.of the latest styles, plain and tinted.
1N1THI. STAMI'INO PONK TO OnOKK.
Inks In lllack, Violet, Hluc and Carmine.
Pens, pen-holders, Pencils, Slates, Pocket Books
and Wallets, Ijtdles' l'ortc-monnales, Brack
ets, Hall Pockets, Towel Hacks, slipper
Cases, Blacking Cases, Essie's Book
Kllilcs and Shelves, jewel stands
and Boxes In Can ed Wood,
Match Safes, Writing
Desks and Work
Materials for Wax Flowers, Gloss Shades, Vases,
Parian statuary, Bronze Groups
and Vasps,stcreoscopes and Views,I'hotograpus
Lithographs, steel Engrarlngs
In Voliet, Holly Wood, Ac All kinds of Picture
Framing done to order and In the best stjle.
N K W H D I'. POT.
Dally and Weekly Papers supplied.
We Invite all wishing goods in our line to call
and examine our stock before purchasing.
9PAULDINO & CO.,
No. I. MnucnANTS' Row, RUTLAND, VT.
rilHE EXCELSIOR DIARY FOR 1874.
OWliE PAPKlt COMPANY,
General Wholesale Agents for
VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE,
WASHINGTON, WARREN, ESSEX, AND
CLINTON COUNTIES, N. Y.
Why the Trade give to the Excelsior Diary the
preference over all others.
1st. It Is printed on line rose tint paper.
2d. The same quality of paper Is used through
the entire line, giving Just as good paper In a
cheap book as In a high priced one.
3d. It Is the best finished Diary in the
4th. We gtc you235dtfferent.stlesto select
Mh. Quite n number of the best selling pat
terns are made by no other house.
cth. Tho pocket-book styles are all arranged
to suit the business man.
"Hi. Retailers want a Diary that Is neat, at
tract he and saleable.
sth. You wlllflnd fewer ot them among the
old stock ot dealers, as they sell better than
any other Diary.
9th. The sale ot the Excelsior has Increased
more (lian cooper cent, in the last four ears,
w htch fact shows that the retailer appreciates
10th. We give attractive show cards and post
ers, nnd plenty of them.
llth. They cost no more, and no less, than
other Dlailes all lists and discounts being
lath. The Excelsior Is the best retailing
Diary offered to the trade.
Wo Intend to visit all dealers tn Diaries caily
In the season. It thero are any, however, that
we do not reach, we shall bo pleased to send
them, on application, a line ot samples to ex
amine In comparison with other goods.
Early orders nro always Oiled complete, while
late orders are apt to llnd the assortmeit
broken, and frequently the best selling styles
used up. It Is a good plan to put In orders cart
as pay-day comes no sooner 'than with late or
ders. We can deliver goods any time after 1st
Send In your orders for the Excelsior early to
THE GLOBE PAPER CO.,
PENCILS. Dixon's Round Gilt Pencils
aro as good as Faber's Hound Gilt, some
say bet ter. If no better, they deserve favor from
being an American Pencil at lower prices.
They aro made by tho Joseph Dixon Crucible
Co., Jersoy city, N. J.. and we offer them to the
trade at their net prices. Trytheru.
GLOBE PAPER CO.
UR STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
comnrlses a full lino of stanle iroods.
nrst-class papers, folded nnd Hat, ruled and
plain, all weights and sizes. Envelopes of all
grades and colors, drug, pay, note, letter, om
clal and document, all ttrst-class goods and
prices low. Order a sample lot.
GLOBE PATEU CO.
Blank Book manufactories in the state. Kvprv
thing Is new ana in good shape, and wo have a
man In charge of it who understands the busl
ness In all lis details. We have a stock ot first
class ledger papers, and lmlto banks, manufac
turing iuiiiii.iiiii.-3, at;., luexuininu our biock anu
GLOBE PAPER CO.
TIIAGS. Wo offer Dcnnlson's Merehan
X dlso and Shipping Tags to stationers and
Printers at Dcnnlson's lowest prices. Send us
an order and satisfy yourselves.
GLOBE TAPEIl CO.
PRINTING. Anything from a Card to
a Book, neatly and promptly executed.
We have ns good facilities as any other estab
lishment In tho Btate. If you need anything In
this line, give us a trial. Satisfaction guaran.
teed. GLOBE l'AI'KIt CO.
THE HUTLAND DAILY AND
WEEKLY GLOIIK. (Vmtnlne All tl.n lntpat
news, including the tolegrams ot tho associated
press, local correspondence, state news, Ac.
No expenso spared tn the editorial department.
Advertising rates low, especially tor short ad.
yertlsements. The papers aro lanrer and con
tain more reading matter than any other in tho
r man any ot ner mil
GLOBE PAl'Kll CO
ii.:f?vJ,UTC,1,KKa C.-Ve offer the larg
est lino ot Wrapping Papers, Paper Bags, Flour
Sacks and Twines, toTo tound tn the State.
Best quality manllla, best quality bogus man
Ilia. Best quaUty straw paper, all sizes and
weights. Best quality paper bags and flour
sacks warranted mil size and full weights. No
bcrtmplng. We handle these goods m large
quantities, and our prices are an low as others,
selling same quallly of goods. Send us an
GLOBE PAPER. CO.