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RUTLAND, V'W, MONDAY MOKNING, AUGUST 11, 1878.
PKICK THREE CENTS.
VOL. I....NO. 87.
VKIIMONT CENTRAL AND HUT-
Oil and nftor Monday. June 2.1, 197.1, trains
will rim ns rations (Sundays excepted) i
IIOISu SOl'TII A NO KVST.
Leave Rutland at 12:50 and 4:30 n. m., ami 1 2 ; 1 0
ninl 5:00 p. in.
MAIL. I.rave Ogdensburg nt 0:11) p. in., St.
Album nt 0:20 n in., Burlington at 8:10 n. in.,
Port Henry at ins a. m Rutland nt 12:10 p. in.,
Bellows Falls nl 8:30 p. m nrrlv lug nt New tril
lion nl 9:30 p. in., connecting with steamer for
NEW YOllK KXl'HRSS. Leaves St Albans nt
9:00 a. mH Burlington 10:2o n. in., nrrlv lug In
Rutland nt 12:50 p. m.
NIHI1T KXritESS. U'avos Ogdensbnrgnt 12:
35 p.m., l'lnttsbiirg 0:30 p.m., Montreal 3:30 p.m.,
Ml. JoliiiH 4:.V) p. in., HI. Allium 7:20 p. in., Bur
llnglon 9:10 p. m., Rutland 12:50 a. in., Bellows
Fails, 8:2.", n. in., arriving nt Now bondou nt 11:15
JllXIII) TRAIN. Leaves Burlington at 2:00 p.
in., arriving In ltiitlaml nt 7:40 p. m. leaves
llulluml nt 4:30 n. in., Uellows Falls 7:45 n. in.,
(accommodation train), an Ivlng at Now London
at wo p. in.
MIXK1) TIIA1N. Leaves Hiitlniid nt r.:00 p. in.
arriving In Bellows Falls nt 10:nn p. in.
Leaves ltutland nt 1:43 nnd rs:to n. in., nml 2:S0
and (1.-0.1 p. in.
MAIU leaves New London nt 5:00 u. in.,
Sprtnglleld 8:00 n. m., lloston 7:30 u. in., llellons
t"nllsll:4., Rutland 2:30 p. m., arriving ut Tort
Henry ut 9.00 p. in., nuriiiigiun iw p. in., ni,
Aiimiia r.rjo n. m.. Montreal 9:4.1 n. m.. Oirdens-
uurg 1:4.1 a. in., inasuig uuiiueciiuiis
ror inn vvesi.
iCXi-RKSs Leaves ltutland at 6:05 1. in.. St.
Albans nt 8.55 p. in.
MIUIIT KXrREss. Leaves Now London nt
2:4.1 p. m., SprlngilPld nt 8:10 p. m., connecting
with train leaving New York at S:vu p. m., Hol
lows Fall3 11:20 p. in., connecting with train
leaving lloston at r,:3i) p. in., ltutland 1:13 n. in.,
Burlington 4:40 a. in., St. Albans o:lo, nrrlMng
In Montreal at 9:45 a. in., I'lattsburg nt 12:00 in.,
and Ogdensburg nt 12:35 p. m connecting wltli
trains ror tho West.
MIXIU) TItAIN. Leaves ltutland nt 5:40 n. in.
Leavo llurllngton nt 9:30 n. m.. St. Albans 12:oo
m., arriving In ogdensburg at 8:50 p. in. and St.
Johns nt 3:50 p. in.
MIXED TItAIN. Leaves Uellows Fulls lit 4:30
a. m., nrrlvlng in ltutland nt 9:20 n. in.
ACCOMMODATION. Leaver New London at
8:10 a. m Bellows Falls C:oo p. in., nrrlMiigln
ltutland nt 8:35 p. in.
Trains leave llurllngton going east, for Mont
poller, c, at 6:M a. m., 12:30 p. in. and 7:55 p. in.
Trains leave Hollows Falls going north, lor
Wtalto Ittver Junction, Ac., at 8::m a. in. nnd
11:4.1 a.m., and 5:M and 11:20 p. m.
Connfctions. At Hiitlniid wllh lieimolaor .V.
Saratoga and Harlem Extension ltallroads; nt
Uellows Falls wllh Cheshire Itallro.ul; nt South
Vernon with Connecticut Ittver Itallro.ul.
SfSleeplng cars aro attached to night trains
between St. Albans and Troy, and llurllngton
and lloston. (1YLF.S MKltltll.L;
. (len'l sunt.
St. Albans. Vt.. June 3d. 1373.
JJARLEM EXTENSION RAILROAD.
OHANO K OF T I M E .
1973. Sl'MMKR AHHANCiRMKNTS. Is73.
On and after Monday, June 20th, 1972, trains
will run as follows :
MIXK1). Leaves ltutland nt 3:00 n. in., con
necting nt statu Lino with train for Troy.
MAIL. Leaven ltiitlaml 9.30 a. m and mak
ing close connections at Chatham 4 corners
with trains for New York, Albany, Hudson, and
both east and west on II. A. It. It.
MIXED. Leave ltutland at 2.25 p. m., to Ren
nlngton and Troy,
SUNDAY MII.lt TRAIN (with passenger car
attached). Leaves ltutland nt 7.3n n. in.
ltutland to Now Y'ork - - - - $5 60
' to Albany, .... a oo
" to Hudson, .... 3 00
f f'No lay over checks given.
ARRIVE AT ItUTLAND.
Mall, 9.35 p. m.; Mixed, 12.03 p. in.; mixed,
7.30 p. in.
V. C. WHITE, Supt.
ltutland, June 14. 1972. mayld&wtf
LORE PAPER COMPANY.
t'I'Rt.ISHL'HS PRINTERS, STATIONER
Having purchased tho Wholesale Paper and
Stationery business of II. A. Sawyer, and the
Printing business of Jas. K. Mc Lean, with tho
addition of a complete llook-Illndcry, they have
consolidated the whole Into one business, and
moved the same Into the new and commodious
"Olobo Building," erected especially for the
use of tlio Company,
With one of the most complete Printing De
partments of any establishment In tho State,
under the supervision of one of the best practical
printers In the 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 Tapers both folded and Hat,
Envelopes, (Note, Letter and Ofllclal,) Blank
nooks of every description, School Books,
Slates, l'ens, Pencils, Inks, Law Blanks, Cut
lery, Wrapping Papers of alt kinds, I'apcr Hags,
Flour Hacks, Twines and Cordage, Wooden
Ware, Matches, Brushes, Blacking, Blueing,
i-c., &c. This Department will bo found well
stocked nnd worthy the attention of close buy
ers. The Utndery will bo under the charge of ono
of the most thorough workmen to bo found In
tho State, and all work will be executed In tho
best style and with dispatch.
With men ot long cxperlenco In. charge, nnd
wjth cxtenslvo facilities for conducting their
business In Its several departments, they pre
sent one of the most complete establishments
ot tho kind to be found outside the cities, and
solicit tho patronage of tho Public, feeling con
fident that they can Insure tho wants of nil
upon tho most favorablo terms.
OLOBE PAPElt CO.
WAGS. Wo lnwe now in stock 1111 Jissort-
JL ment of Dennlson's Patent Direction
labels nnd Merchandise Tags, which wo will
sell at manufacturer's prices.
Wo have also a good stock ot " Phillip's Se
curity Hook-Tags," a very convenient ami ser
viceable article for merchants. Among 11h ad
vantages ore Goods can bo mora readily mark
ti than by any other means; the tng Is bo so
eurely locked that It cannot becomo detached
from the goods; no chanco ot tlio tag becoming
detached from tho hook; nu points projecting
to tear other guods or your lingers. They nro
afe, Btrong anil cheap. Call nnd cxamlno
jl,em. GLOBE PAPER CO.
forrh!int.i imlnL' nrlnted wriintltnir nlll do
well to consult us before ordering, 11a wo mnke
jis low llgurcs as New York or Boston Houses,
and give hotter accommodations In assorting
low, while a great saving can bo mado on
reiiht. globe PAPER co.
fPAGS. Wo sell Dennlson's Tugs lo
X Printers and stationers at Dennlson's
lowest wholesale prices.
GLOBE PAPER CO.
PRINTING. Anything fiom a Canl to
a Book, neatly and promptly oxecuted.
We have as good facilities as any other estab
lishment In the state. It you need anything In
OOIC BINDING. AVo nro now ready
10 receive uruem IUI uu unnu. um.
turl GLOBE PAPElt CO.
O. T. C It O H S,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer In
FINISHING I.t'MRUH, HUtNfl I-Hfl, '-ATH,
CLAPBOARDS. AND Sl'RFCK LI'S HER,
doors, sash, blinds, mocld.
l.NllS, BRACKETS. WIN
DOW FRAMES .
scroll Sawing of all kinds, planing, Matching
nnd Olailng dono to order. Yard nnd M 11 C or.
ner of Union and Furimce Streets, near Freight
Depot, ltutland, vt. Mayld&w3in.
17 N. MEIHIIAM'S PEllFICT FIT
h . TINO SIIIUTS. What they say of them.
"I never had any shirts that lil ted me so well
ns J hose made b jou." H. II. Bl l.r.
"The shuts are received, and lit not liken
"Tho llrsl shirts I ever had that suited me.
The lit Is perfect In ever respect."
je27dly 11. W. MARSHALL.
CURTAIN CORNICES OF HLACIC
Walnut, or nil (llll, inaile to ordpr. ( ; ur
tain Kings, Tassels mid Cords. DI.AllllllItN S
CJ1IOW CASKS. CORNER, CLOCK
O and Mantle shelves made to older, wllh
Plain or Moulded edges. 1'IIACJKKTH wvyril III
dlirerenl styles nt DEAItBOltN M
ATlIOL'LIN'CiS FOU PICTUHi:
X l'rninlng, Chromos, I.llhngrnjihs, uud
EngraMngs nt DEAllllOHN'S
Di'.C'.lltATlONOFClllMlCHES, 11 ALLS AND
flood lli'st-class work nt reasonable pi Ices.
Many yenrs experlenci1 In the business, cuino
and see my work
No. 1, Wales, Cor. West street.
Jy12dlin ltutland l.
(). II. M () It E 11 O U H H,
Opposite central House - - RUTLAND, Vt.
RUTLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Miinurncturers nnd wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SEAT CHAIRS, BED
STEADS AND CHAIR STOCK.
Corner of West nnd Forest sis,
L. Atwood, Agl. O. l lii'iniMN, Tivas.
j"Av7 K !X(,
Manufactuierund wholesale and retail denier In
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, AND HOUSE FUR
or r.vr.uv nr.sntirnoN.
FmiNAl'K Stiikkt, Ruiunii, Vr.
Orders by mall or olliernl-,e promptly altend
ed lo. myliltr
.T. .1. C.UINDON,
I) h A C IC S 31 I T II .
l'nitlciilnr attention paid lo Iliu-sihiielng. All
work warranted. Shop on
WKXT ST., NKAH OLIVER MAIIKLK WOHKS,
Uiayld3m ItUTLAND, VT.
UNCO UN' I HON WOHKS.
Mai bio Mill and Hoisting Machinery of the
most Unproved construction. Derricks nnd
pumping machinery, castings and general ma
steel and Iron Wire Rope at Manufacturer's
Rutland, Vt., May 1, 1873. majldtf
COXTIl.lCTOll A.W I'UACTCAh SI.ATV.l!,
Ho Is prepared to do all work promptly and
well. Orders can bo left at J. E. Glynn's store
on Merchants' Row, or nl tho Bardnell House.
Kftrtneni Roekwood Barrett, Rutland; L. M.
Mason, President of Flrt National Hank, De
troit, Michigan; 1R I. M. Mar.Wn, Saratoga
r, i v e Tt y .
If you wWi a nice TURN OUT, go lo
( F. IlICII A It I) SOX'S,
(Lato D. Whllcomb's,)
CLSTKK tSTllEKT, RUTI.ANll, VLUMUXT.
Careful drivers and the llnest ot Carriages.
Stables open nt all hours. Horses balled.
inSOdtf . F. EICHARIXOV, PnoniiuTOii.
JftAH.M FOK SALE.
The subscrlbei's offer lor salo their farm, sit
uated about two inlles from tho village ot Bel
lows Falls, on the Chester road, well known
JOHN CLARK FARM,
Containing about threo hundred and llftr acres
otland; two dwelling houses, threo barns and
two tenant houses, near tho railroad track.
Tho tenant houses nro new. Tho large larm
nouse lias ueen inorougniy repaireu uuu pann
ed, with new plazia In front and end, new front
fence, nil In tlie most substantial and tasteful
manner, making It a desirable residence.
Nearly thrce-fourihs ot n mlloot now water pipe
from a never-falling fountain supplies all llm
OVER TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
has been expended within tho past two years
on buildings nnd fences, besides tho tenant
houses. Tho land Is ndapted to tho raising of
all kinds ot crops. Somo llfty acres are well
adapted for tobacco. Tho land Is now under a
good stato ot cultivation, by having been fed
uut a largo amount 01 hay and grain tho past
two years, which has been brought on tho
place, besides that which tho farm has pro
duced. Tho eastern lino Is tho Connecticut
river and tho farm laying westerly, divided Into
pasture and tillage land, with a sulllclcnt sup
ply ot wood for tho premises. Situated so near
tho vlllagn of Hollows Falls n village growing
moro rapidly than nny place within tho State,
and with lis unlimited water power, which Is
fast being Improved, must continuo to Increase
In a still lurger proportion In tho future makes
It tlio most desirable farm In these parts. Pos
session given Immediately, except thu mill
yard, and that In ono year, inqulri) of tlio sub
scribers on tho premises; or Joseph Wilson,
linn or J. Wilson & Co., near tho dejiot ; or Wil
der A Hopkins, at West Rupert, Vt.
WILDER .t HOPKINS.
Bellows Falls, May 1, 1S73.
GEORGE O. NEW-MAX,
R E A I. E S T A T E H R O K E R ,
Ollko : Derby's Block, 2d Floor Front.
J'lrSt eillSS Village Ullll IU1 III iiuiiuiij iui oaii-
and to let. Money to loan on notes, mortgages,
it... ,.n1il..u n ...I ..Mini, nutirnveil ueeili'lt InK.
Tho subscriber oilers for salo tho
HOUSE AND LOT,, 21 COTTAGE STREET,
Corner William Street.
llouso Is In good repair, contains 12 rooms, gas
and water ubovo and below. Location desirable.
Cellar nln-ays dry and well ventilated. Barn has
accommodations for two horses, or horso and
cow. Good barn cellar.
A portion of tho furniture will be sold wllh
11111 UUUM3 11 uiaairu.
Possosislon given at nny time,
(.'. 11, roitiiEs.
Rutland, Juno d 1873. dtf
WANTED Ten rellnlilo ami cucrRctlc
salesmen to sell tlio World Renowned
Ellas Howo Sowing Machine, on Salary or Com
mission. Apply, corner ot Center and Wales
streets, Kuiianu, 1.
' .1. W, KERSHAW, Monnger.
WOOD CHOPPERS WANTED TO
T T cut too cords or nnru woou in Mendon.
Apply to Geo. W, ciiai-mk, Jit., Merchants'
AILY STAGE HETWEEN RUT
LAND AND HlocKiiiuuiiu.
Arrne ul Rutland 12m., leavo ltutland lsoo p.m
starting from the Bardwell House.
tv connections nt Htockbrldgo wlthsUiW
or Rochester and lletliei.
inywiUm It. II. TUri'KH, 1 fOf'r,
Watches and ewelvy.
HAIL KY & p ARMEXTE JIH
S I L V E R S M 1 T II S .
Wehnetlie largest and best assortment of
Walelies ever olTered In this market.
In large supply, embracing every variety 0
st.Me drslrable fur Ladles' or Geiitlemeiis' wear.
.1 E W E L It Y ,
In ileh abundance, and more coiuIiiij.
SII.VKII I'HTKIl ANIl RTKIil, FOB TABLE VSf.
Our stftel; Is large, and we sell al low prices.
S I L V P. R G O () 1) S.
HII.VlCl: SPOON'S OK oris OWN MANtTAnt'lSK.
ROGERS' BROTHERS PLATED FORKS
Tea Sets, Cnslors, Kc., all the best.
S P E (,' T A (! I, E S
Tn lit those who cannot see well.
A new thing without frames. Very desirable.
Call and see ror j ourselws nl
BAILEY AND PARMENTERV,
17 Meuciiants' nnw.
y E F. K S A- II A R II E 1!
AT NO. 1, OPERA HOUSE BLOCK,
Keep a Rill assortment or the following
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
FRENCH CHINA WARE,
TABLE GLASS WARE,
SILVER PLATED WARE,
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
TASSELS AND CORDS,
LAMPS AND I.ANTERS, '
S WxTtlRES,' " ' ' "'
Wholesale and Retail,
LAMP CHIMNEYS nnd BURNERS,
Wholesale nnd Retail.
MATTRASSES and LOUNGES, and
inayldlf DONE TO ORDER.
Wholesale denier In
CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDY
IMI'llltTEIl AS11 WHOLESALE I1EAI.EII
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
The attention ofTown Agents, Physicians
and Druggists Is especially called to our w Ines,
as they aro unsurpassed for medical purposes,
coming from one ot the oldest vineyards In
California. All goods guaranteed puro and sat
Iifactory, or to be returned nt my expense.J
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN, STS.,
(Lanilon & Huntoon's Block,)
Rutland, Vt. mi It f
IJAXTER NATIONAL RANK',
I, Hkniiv Baxteii,
I, K, LOTiiiioi',
1. N. BAXTEII.
J. W. CltAUTOX,
N. T. Sl'BAOUE, .III.
W, (', Bunion,
W. C. LNION,
T. W. PAnic,
"EO. i;, ltOVCK,
gloikik R, Hm-ri'M,
Mado and remitted for at lowest Rates.
INTEIIEST AI.IXIWEIl ON TIME PKrOSITS.
A general Banking and Exchango business
II. HENKV IIAXTEK, PrCSt. J. N. BAXTEII, V. IVCSt.
Geoiioe It. Bottom, Cashier.
II R O K E R ,
1J ailOAI) STIIKKT, XHHm VOllK,
Slocks, Governments and (lold bought and Bold
IV Interest allowed on deposits, mayisdtt
fVH STATIOXERY DEPARTJIENT
w comprises a run lino 01 siapiu koouh,
llrst-class papers, folded and Hat, ruled and
plain, all weights and sizes. Envelopes of all
grades nnd colors, drug, pay, note, letter, 0111
clal tind document, till Hint-class goods and
puces iuiv, urucr a sumpie ioi.
GLOBE PAPER CO,
g M. ltlXRY A, CO.'S
TWO OEMS FOR IIOUSUHOLD USE.
HIXIIY'S FnENCH LtCNIlllYBl.VE.
Bixbv'.i Best Shoe Blackish.
riMIE GREAT SOUTH AMERICAN
.IURU11EIIA 11LOOI) PURIFIER.
Is the most iKiwerful cleanser. Mrentrlhener
and remover or Olnndiilai' obstructions known
lo Jinterin Jieuica.
II It RluiptnlH' nflnril nil Ini-nnul Ihlltnnn " worn
down " and debilitated by the warm weather or
spring nnd Summer, when the blood Is not In
nctlvu circulation, consequently gathering Im
purities from sluggishness nnd Imperfect action
of the secret He organs, and Is manifested by
Tumors, Eruptions, Blotches, Dolls, Pustules,
Scrofula, Ac, Ac.
When weary nnd languid from o ernork, and
dullness, drowsiness and Inert In take the place
of energy and v Igor, tho sjstem needs a tonic
to build It up and help the VII al Forces to re
gain their cuperattc power.
In the hent or summer, frequently, the Liver
and Spleen do not propel ly perform their func
tions; the I'teilne and Urinary organs are In
active, producing wenknessor the stomach and
intestines and a predisposition lo blllotisde
langement. DH. WELLS'
EXTRACT OF .IURU1IERA
Is prepared directly from the South American
Plant, and Is peculiarly suited to all these dllll
cultles; It will cleanse the Vitiated Blood,
strengthen the Llro-Glvlng Powers, and remove
nil obstructions from
IMrAIIir.U AND ENFEIIIlI.EIl OMAN.
II Oimilil lie frnoli f ntun n. .TiirtiliM, lu urn.
nounccd by medlcnl writers tho most efllclent
Purliler, Tonic nnd Deobstruent known Hi tho
whole rnnge of medicinal plants.
101m v. ii.i.iamh, is t'laiisireer, ;sew lorn.
Sold by Druggists. Solo Acent tor tho United
stntes. Price ono Dollar ner Bottle. Send ror
Circular. Julyll dw4w
VTrORKING CLASS. Male or female,
II SMO a week guaranteed, ltesncctablo
employment nt home, day or ceiilng; no capi
tal icqulred; full Instructions nnd valuable
package of goods sent free by mall. Address,
with six cent return stamp. M. YOUNG K CO.,
173 GreeiiH lch street. N. Y. Julyl4 dw4w
"VTEVER NEGLECT A COUGH. Xotli
lug Is mora certain to lay the foundation
for future eMI coiisenuences.
WELLS' CARBOLIC TA11LETS
are n sure cure for nil diseases of tho .'esplra-
lory organs, aoro -iiiroai, coius, cioup, i-iipu-theila.
Asthma. Catarrh. Hoarseness. Dryness
ot the Throat, Windpipe, or Bronchial Tubes,
and all diseases ot the Lungs.
In all cases of sudden cold, however taken,
these Tablets should be promptly and rreely
used. They equalize the cliculatlon of the
blood, mitigate tho severity ot thenttack, nnd
will, in a very short time, restore healthy action
totho nITocted organs.
Wells' Caibollc Tablets are put up only In
blue boxes. Take 110 substitutes. Ittheycan't
be loiind nt jour druggist's, send nt once to the
agent In New York, who will forward them by
Don't bo deceUed by Imitations.
Sold by druggists. Price 2.1 cents n box
JOHN U. KELLOGG, 18 Piatt St., NewYork.
Send for Circular. Solo .gcnt for the United
-I A PER CENT. NET. Tlio Iowa
IV Loan and Trust Coinn.inv will invest
money on llrst-class Real Estate at 10 per cent.
Interest, net, paynble semi-annually In New
Y'ork, nnd will guarantee tlio collection of all
loans mado through Its agency. All charges
paid by the borrower. Pleaso write, before 111-
estlng, for New York and New England refer
ences, and full particulars. Samuel Mf.iuiil!,
(late Governor nf Iowa.) President. Address
JAMES 11. HEARTWELI, Secretary, Drawer 107
lies .unities lun.i iuia 1 uiv-iw
CONSTANT EMPLOYMENT. Agents
wanted, either sex. $30 n week warranted.
No capital required. Full'partlctilnrs'and sam
ple sent Tree. Address, with c cent return
stamp, C. ROSS, box 142 Williamsburg X. Y.
IANVASSIXG ROOKS sent FREE for
PllOF. FOWLER'S GREAT WORK
On Mnnhond, Womanhood mid their Mutual
nier-rciaiions; iive, us i.ans, roner, etc.
Agents nro selling Irom 20 to 30 coiilesot this
work a day, and n e send a canvassing book free
to any book agents. Address, stating experi
ence, etc., NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO., 1'hll
dolphin, Pa. Jyl4dAw4w.
ntlTE FOU LARGE ILLUSTRATED
GUN WORKS, No. 179, Smltlilleld St., Pittsburg,
Pa. Breech-loading shot-guns, HO to $300.
Double shot-guns, fs to $150. Single guns, .! to
120. Utiles, J.S to $75. Revolvers, ta to f 25. Pis
tols, fi to $s. Gun material, Hilling tackle.
Largo discount to dealers or clubs. Army guns,
revolvers, &c, bought or traded for. Goods
sent by express C. o. D. lo bo examined before
paid for, Jyl4dv4iv
"flAMPHORlNE" cures every pain,
x- ac. iry 11. ."Mini ny 1111 uruggisis.
REUBEN HOYT, Prop'r, New York.
Qii 1 ) tt A In four weeks canvns
iIDTfcL .Ow sIiil' was 0110 nirent'a nrn-
1ft on Bryant's Library tS Vwtry and .sum ; $70
tn ono week on Tht AVip Uminckrciftr'ti Manuel,
by Miss needier and Mrs. ston e. Any nctuo
man or women can have mi agency. J, B. FORD
A CO., New York, Boiton, Chicago and San
Francisco. July 21 diw4w.
O pr Til THOUSAND IN PRESS. SALE
tJtJ Increasing. 2.000 more Llvo Agents
Wanted for our
"t TTVIVfiSTnVP 94 Vl.'AllM IV AKI1ICA.
Over coo pages, only $2.50. Look out for Inferior
works. Send for circular and proof or the great
est success or tho season. Report Just In, 184
subs. In six days. HUBBARD BROS., Pub's, 53
Washington si., uosion. .iuiyjiuw4iv.
A WORK OF INTENSE INTEREST
und Intrinsic value.
By tho girted son or tho tainous "Peter Parley."
Tho result or great historical research : An
Auineniio nisiory 01 invigaiion aim us .Mani
fold Discoveries since tho Flood. Abounds with
startling Incidents, fearful disasters, lawless
piracies, uiootiy uaiues ami glorious achieve
ments; also describes dlWng, telegraphing,
ocean Hsherles, etc. Over 21111 spirited cuts.
Snblect now. Price low. Agents wanted.
liuuiiAitii linos,, ruus,Ki vtasningion sireei,
THE CHEAPEST AND BEST.
Cures nnd prevents nil diseases Incident to tho
J U S T P I' B L I 8 II U D :
" RATIONAL HORSE-SHOEING,"
Willi plates, Illustrating how to perform opera'
Hons and euro foot troubles, Sent by mall on
receipt ot one dollar.
Send stamp tor circular to
41 Hey St., New Y'ork.
JUTLAND MARULE COMPANY,
WIIIII.KSAI.K DKAI.I'.HS IN
II LOOK A: SAWED MAR RLE
()tIAHItlES AND Mll.Ii),
.1, N BAXTER, Supt. WEST RUTLAND, Vt.
All tho grades ot Rutland Marble, In tho
shano or slabs of various thicknesses reolilred
for Furniture, Mantel, and Decorative Work, ns
well as Cemetery uses; also cubic Stock for
Monumental and Hulldlng puriwses. Including
Bases, Strips, and Posts, may bo found on our
yum at an tunes.
Our oxtenslvo arrangruicuU tor tho produc
tion ot Marble, In tho way ut ouarrylng Ma
chinery, and Mills comprising thtrty-two gangs
ot sans, place us lu isltloii to supply tlio
WHtilH ot lho Trade. Wholesale nnd Rntnlt
Dealers, Builders, Furnlture-Men, and gen-
crai .iiaiiuiaciiirt'ia 11111 mm 11. iu iiieir iinuiesi
to favor us wiiu incir oruers.
RUTLAND MARBLE CO.
s ; A T
B, W. .MARSHALL'S.
djvceevieis and gvovteionsi.
T J?6, 23 MERCHANTS ROW.
j ALL KINtiS OF OOOm
DOWN! DOWX', !
3 lbs. HVSO.V TEA tor !0 cents.
11 lbs. OOLONG TEA for 90 cents.
' 8 lbs. YOUNG HYSON TEA for tl.no.
Valencia Raisins, m cents per lb.
Lai er.Itaislns, 12 cents peril).
Rutland and Weymouth Nulls, Cutlery, Flour,
Meal and Grain, and a thousand things too nu
merous to mention, ns long windy nd(ertlse
mentscost, which customers, Indirectly, have to
JAMES E. GLYNN.
Rutland, vt. June 19. lunein dAwlm
rjlHE CLOSING OUT SALE
1 of n stock or
GllbCEItlES AXD PROVISIONS,
DOMESTIC DRY GOOD.S,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
,i READY-MADE CLOTHING,
CROCKERY, Gt-vsiwARE, AC, i('.,
II A 8 C O M M E X C E I) .
Will avail themselves or the opportunity which
It ifords lo replenish Ihelr slock or household
l Every article Is sold at oost or less.
I'l.K.VSE I'.U.I. AMI I.KAlt.V l'lSKIKS.
O. W. CIIAPLIX, Jr.,
No. 9, MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND.
T ' A- T. O A I) E X ,
'J, . a
. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED FRUITS, PICKLES, Ac,
AND FANCY GOODS.
Also, Dealers In
DRY GOODS, SHAWLS, DRESS GOODS,
1IOSIERY,.OLOVES, Ac, AC.
All assortment of 1 1 1
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
('instantly on hnnd.
1 ' . I.
J "I... -i
v-.nis fo'mail Steamers' t( and
:iDHAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT ON THE
HANKS OF ENGLAND, IRELAND. SCOTLAND
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN STS.
18 5 7. 1 8 7 !l .
O L I) R E D S T O It E .
anocniirns akj miovrxroxs,
cheap; FOR CASH.
majlir Meiiciiants' Row.
jp V L T 0 N M A UK E T,
IDUNTON ; HAYWARD
All kinds or Meats. Fish. Vegetables and
Fruits In their season.
Klngsley i spraguo's Block, Merchants' Row.
Q. U E E R T U R X E R
SiniAll JlKFA'JJfO COMl'AuXr,
70 WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Offer tor sale all the various grades of Reilned
Sugar of Superior Quality ut tho lowest Market
Prices.. A superior quality ;or White Sugar tor
Confectioners use. Also,
AVIIITE COFFEE A,
COFFER EXTRA C,
And tho lower grades of
r 1: Ti 1, 0 ir sua a j: .
Orders to bo addressed to our ofllco In New
York, 70 wall street, cur. reari,
Parties ordering 10 barrels can havo tliem ns.
Tkums Tlilitydays, or Cash In 7 days, less
TJATTY'S NAHOll PICKLES
Jj Crosse Blackwell'u Pickles, llaltord's
Worcestershire Sauce, Nabob Sauce, In fact
nearly all kinds or English Pickles can bo round
Ut 11 ' .'I.Wl3lrti.l, O
Y E I N O .
Faded Garments nnd Carriairolliilnirs Cleaned
and colored by a now rhcmleal process so that
uu mil (iimuij Mtnmaiiii&uiaii utriu n un. ..i.
Scouring and pressing light suits neatly exe
cuted. Pel-sous having any such Jobs they wish
in uhvu none, win pieasu can at my iiye iiuusv,
w osumgwn sireei, opposite Town nan.
All goods sent bv Exnrcss nroinntlv done and
ii-immu. viiii.uih Kilill uuu-ru.
K J. KILBURN,
uiigsdlm Washington Street,
gtjoteb' and Jilninn glooms.
JJJ A 11 D W F. L L II O U S E ,
.. II. CltAAfrn,Y, Pmprittm:
The BARDWELL HOUSE Is located opposite
tlio Dpuot. nnd has Intnr linen fnlnrnlili Ltinwn
to tho traveling public. It has been recently
Unproved, now affording (he best and most
ninpln accommodation to guests.
The TABLE will be supplied wllh all the
luxuries of the Season, anil every attention will
be paid to the comfort of Its patrons.
In the future., as In the past, the Proprietor In
tends to mnke It nllrst-clnss House affording
all tlio comforts of a homo to the traveler. Tho
public patronage Is solicited.
A GOOD LIVERY 111 connection with the
Attentive PORTERS will be round at the De
pot on the arrival ut all trains.
JAKE DUNMORE HOUSE,
El P, IHTCIICOCK,,"Pi:npi:iETiii!.
J. W. PORTER. M4VK1KK.
This well known and popular Hotel, situated
on the shores of Lake Dimmore, lias been re
cently put In thorough repair. Several new
Cottages have been built and newly furnished,
nnd will bo opened Juno 1st, for the reception of
boarders and tourists. ma 4Wtf
riMIE EQUINOX HOUSE, Manchester,
J. Veiimont. Drawing room cars run throutrh
without change, from New Y'ork- to Manchester,
by 10:40 n in, train, via '. Y. t- Harlem railroad.
Passengers by Hudson river steamers, leaving
New Y'ork at 0 p. in., connect nt Troy with 9 a.
in. train, nrrlt liignt Manchester at loji a. 111.
A train leaves Trov at 5 11. in. ai rtvlinr nt Man.
Chester at TJ4' p. in.
irains icate itiiuanu lor .Mancnesier at a a.
m 9:30 n. m. and 2:25 p. m. On Sundays nt 7:30
u. m. Address
lylOd F. II. OIIVIS.
F A U M E R S ' HOT E L ,
FllEIOHT STIIEEr, - - RUTLAND, VT.
A FIRST CLASS
M E A T M A R K E T
IN IRITEt. lltllLlllNO.
J. E. JOHNSO-t, PllOI'lllETOIl.
.7. w. fisher's:
N E W D,I X L X G ROOMS,
Central House Block, Merchants' Row,
Warm Meals served at nil hours or the day
and evening. inayld3m
X, E W D I X I X G II A L L,
In rooms formerly occupied by J. W. Fisher
KINOSLKY & SPRAOUE'S BLOCK,
M EllCIt ISTS' ROW,
n ARM MEAI.s HKKVEIl AT ALL IHIttRs.
maj ldt f
JXOOH .MOUGAN'S SONS'
S A 1' O I. I O
Is a substitute for Soap Mr nil Household pur
posiw, except washing chillies.
S A 1' O L I O
for Cleaning your House will save the labor or
one cleaner. Glieltatilal
S A 1' O L I O
for Windows Is belter than Whiting or Water.
No removing curtains nnd carpets.
S A V O L I O
cleans Paint and Wood, In fact the entile heu.se
oeiier iiiaii soap. ,u stopping, saves moor.
You can't afford to be without It. '
S A V O L I O
for Scouring Knives Is better nnd cleaner than
llalli Brick. Will not scratch.
S A P O J, I O
Is better than Soap and Sand for pollshli.g Tin
ware. Brightens without scratching.
S A P O L I O
Polishes Urnss nnd Copper utensils better than
ACIdorOUand Rotten Stone.
S A V O L I O
for Washing Dishes and Glassware Is Invalu
able. Cheaper than Soap.
S A P O L I O
lcniOM's stains from Mnrblo Mantles. Tables
and Statuary, from llardlliilslied Walls, and
Irom china and Porcelain.
S A P O L I O
removes stains and Greaso from Carpets and
other woven fabrics.
Thero Is no ono nrtlclo known that will do so
many kinds nt work, and do It 11s well, as Ha
polio. Tuv It.
HAND S A 1' OLIO
a new and wonderfully effective
Toilet Soap, liavitiguo equal In this
country or abroad.
HAND S A V O L I O
us nn nrtlcle for the Bath, "reaches
tho foundation " of ull dirt, opens
1110 pores ami gives a iieauuy lie.
tton and brilliant tint to the skin.
HAND S A P OLIO
Clonuses nnd lleautllles the Skin
Instantly removing an stain or
uieimsil irom uuiu minus anu lai c.
RAND S A P O I. I O
Is without a rival In tho woild for
curing or prevcutlng roughness
IllllI Clinppillg 01 eiiuvi mums ui
HAND S A P O L I O
removes Tar, Pitch, Iron or Ink
stains and Grease ; ror workers In
Machlno Shops, Mines, ie.. Is lu
miimiiio. For making tho Skin
While and holt, und giving to It a
"bloom ot beamy," It Is unsur-
passeu oy nny i,u.siiiuiiu mwiiui
HAND S A P O L I O
costs 10 to 15 cents per cake, and
everybody should have It. ou
win liko it.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY fllVMV, viOODS.
Buyltot jour merchant ir ho has It on nlll
procure It tor you. It not; then write tor our
I'amphlet, "All about Hapo"i"'l lt "i"
inaiieu nee. (
KSOt'll MORGAN'S SONS,,
nug2dvv8m 20 Park Place, New Yoik.
LK HORN MAGNOLIA FLOUR
very cnoiee, lor saie ui
H. W. MARSHAI.I.'S'S.
She Jutland giultj Ojlobc.
MONDAY, AUG. II, 1811,
The following Poem wrltttn by one of
our townsmen In 18(51, teems appropriate
to the present time, und we take pleasure
In republishing It.
When Tiieaso.v reared his hideous head,
With bold dellant nrms outspread,
Chilling our hearts with fears,
Who, then, to save our "SbRi-or-statc,"
Went boldly forth with hearts elate?
Let Eastern Monarchs proudly lioast
ot nrmlcs trained to guard their const
And quell their anxious fears;
A safer, slronger guard have we,
Defending us on land nnd sea,
our Matchless Volunteers!
No standing armies had we kept,
Our wars had ceased, In peaco we slept,
For lulled were nil our rears;
We little thought how strong a band
Was forming down in "Dixie s" land,
To call ror Nolunteers.
But ivhen on lightning wings were borne
Reports or Sumter rrom us torn,
Then roused wcro all our rears :
And men. true-hearted men were round.
Who start eil forth lit War's dread sound
To go ns volunteers.
All honor to that noble band,
Who tlrm for Freedom took their stand,
When blirh wcro raised our rears.
Who quickly seized the sword and gun
And forward marched to Washington,
'i nose 110010 v oiunteers 1
And when War's deadly strife shall cease.
When nil our hearts rejolco In peace,
And hushed nro nil our tears,
With loud huzzas tho nlr shall ring,
Aim graienu iriouies win we oring
For gallant Volunteers! Amah.
reiimo.v 01' si;vi:.vri! vi:it-
On the 8th day of August, 187U, lmrsu-
nut to notice, tho olllccrs anil sohliers of
the 7th Vt. volunteers hclil 11 minion meet"
lug on tho Fair Ground? nt Rutland Capt.
J. II. Kilbiirn. Presiding, M. II. Cook,
On motion it was voted that dpt. .1. II.
Klllmrn, Capt Clonics Parker, C'npt .1. L.
Moscley, Major E. N. llullaid, and dipt.
R. II. Steams, lie 11 committee to fix on .1
time, and place for the next reunion of the
olllcersand soldiers of this regiment.
On motion Cajit. Charles Parker, was up.
pointed correspond! nj; Secretary for this
It was not voted to have this leliiienlnl
reunion of olllccrs and soldiers held at
n different time and place from tho next
general reunion of the various other Ver
mont regiments, if such shall lie held, nor
in the main to change the order of exer
cises from Unit which has just taken place
at Rutland so auspiciously nnd plcnsuitly,
hut while the 7th Vermont is proud and
happy to come to this general thanksgiv
ing, reunion and "tenting on the old camp
round", wo want ti little time nnd place
by ourselves for a little "family visit" and
to look over the matters und success through
which we lmve passed, und which nro moie
partlculaily interesting to us, than any one
else, und to look into each others faces to
observe how tinio and fortune shall have
dealt with us in our onniiid inarch through
life, and we thought other regiments might
like such an arrangement, pint of the time
regimental and pint of the time eonsoll.
Hut so fur as we arc concerned the whole
matter is in the hands of our committee.
The following legimcntal and company
olllccrs and soldiers of this leglment were
present nt the million llit held nt Rutland
Cant. E. A .Morse, Q M 7th Vt. Vols-
1st Lieut. A S Fonda, MibiciRtciil (J M
'th Vt Vols.. Sergt W l ain Johnson, scr -t
A K. .More. T X Elliot. Leveritt Allen
(lifer) William, Poabody, (drummer; Fred-
crick Church, and Thomas CiHgrifl.
Company "1!. Cant William Cronan,
Sergt A '.I Ware, Scrgt E S lllckford,
William .1 Daniels, llemy T Hudson,
William Cussidy, Henry Sanders, l.uer
zicne Felio, E A Crowley, Amos Potter,
Francis A Provost, Joseph Sweeney, Win.
II Wilkins, F.beii llishop, Albert Dodge,
and Andrew Urothcrs.
Company "C." A Enos, John I.efevcr,
Miclieal Riley, Whipple Mills, Henry Mills,
and W C Nichols.
Company "D." Capt. I II Klllmin, Ut
Lieut Joel T Nichols, 2d Lieut O P Mar-
dick, Sergt J E Post, A Hoyt, .lames John-
sou, John Rice, Rodney ortlien, John
Worthen. Martin M Tarble, Joseph Rice,
Joseph St Peters, Icliohud Hazlcton, George
Cox-. Charles Ware. O E Adams, W II II
Fisher, C V Iiryunt, Charles Stebbins,
Noel Allen (lifer) Olive . I C1U11, Itufiis
Nhns and James Murphy.
Company "E." Cant. J. L. Moseloy,
Capt. Charles Parker, 1st Lieut George
llrown, Sergt. George C. llicknell, Sergt.
Wesley Iiinphear, nnd Frederick Fuller.
CoMi-ANV "F." Not represented.
Company "G." First Lieut. George
Howard. Sergt. M. S. Daman, Corp
Charles II. Larkin, Sergt. Freeman 11.
Fuller, Corp. Charles II. Laikiu, James
Noves. John S. Adams, L. F, Pratt, Mar
shall Rogers, Spauldlng Fitch and Mocs
Company "II." Sergt. JoiiahC. Dickey
Sergt. Peter Rllcy, Charles Staples, and
Company. "I. dipt. Charles Clark, Ut
Lieut. George 1. l'halcn, Sergt. Wallaco
Laild, Sergt. Ira Wait, P. A. llrougliton,
A. A. Reed, Colhimei Persons, Georgo
Persons, George Strong, Jeskio l'luuiley,
II. P. Grilllth, Charles Merlin, William
Kcniieson, and Morris II. Cook.
Company "K." Not represented,
Theo Ulcers and soldiers of tho 7th Vt.,
present nt tlio re-union just held nt Rutland,
wcro in good humor towards every body.
Tho 7th Vt. Vols, w crp tho especial fa
vorites of Gen. Alexander Asboth, a very
bravo and experienced olllcer. Gen. At
both retained this regiment us long as ho
could. When ho went tu attack Mariana,
Florida ho took Capt. Vuung of tho Till Vt.
as his A. A. General who was then slain lu
a chargo lu which Gen. Asboth was lenibly
wounded. Col. Roberts was killed at 11a
tan Rouge, ami lho 7h Vt., charges nearer
tho Spanish Fort Hum any other troops till
this Fort wus taken by bombardment, and
abandonmcd by tho enemy.
, Aug. 8lh, 187S, Mounts II, Coi)it, Secretary.
Wo find in the Wtttcfonrm nn abstract of
the nnnual report of Slate Treasurer Page,
for the flscnl year ending Augut 1. From
n comparison of tills report witli that of Hie
preceding year, wo learn that during the
year tho funded debt of the State has been
reduced 92,500. The report also dlcloses
the gratifying fact that there Is cash and
uncollected tnxes enough in the Treasury nt
tlio present tlmo to wipe out our State debt
(S1'Jj,C 19), together with the current lia
bilities of the State ($30,881,3.1), nnd leave
a balance on hand of 610,40a.!)'.). As this
sum is inadequate to meet the current State
I expenses until the tax of next year becomes
available, it will be, of course, Impossible
10 extinguish the debt this year. Rut with
one, or nt most, two more years of taxation
nt tho present rate, the State will have the
funds in hand for the total extinction of the
debt, when, we trust, wo may look for a
long era of light taxation.
The following are the main figures of the
Hv balance In Treasury, Aug. 1, jsts Ji;s,t.'9 14
' sinking Fund In Treasury, Aug. la, isi.aoi 0:
" i:tra stato pay refunded . csi H
" tt. H. Allottmcnt money refunded. ass
Refunded by Orleans County clerk sou 00
" Sundry lines and costs from Jus-
tlcesot tho I'oace "ooj
" Oeneral statutes sold 477 "0
" onice rent rrom Town Clerk.... moo
" Sales or military stores .ihjoo
" O. M.Oenerars requisition refunded w 00
" Fines paid by Hartford sop-.'
" circus license 1,00000
" Senator Morrill (backpay) 4,asoso
" Agricultural College rund (Income) 8.12000
' County Clerks S2,;ssci
" Judges or l'robate s.saan-i
" Foreign Insurance Companies 40sou
" Railroads ror Commissioner's salary, cists
" Balalico on Stato tax ot 1S71 .1,4 la is
" Part State tax or 1ST2 443,1m sr,
" Registered loan Issued "too 00
" Interest received 8,01s. vi
0 extra state pay or $7 per month.
' Allotted V. S. pay...
1 Auditors' orders paid
1 Court orders paW
1 Legislative debentures
1 Registered loan redeemed
' Coupon lwnds redeemed
1 Discount on taxes
1 Interest paid
1 Balance ol sinking rund
1 To cash In Treasury
.. $5,104 S4
.. 1,105 TV.
. . a74,UC3 S'J
. 53,000 00
.. 32,000 00
.. 32,374 34
,. 101,031 02
. 240,772 07
The nil lax of the year 1871 wns $301,
llll.lJd, ull of which has been accounted for
by the Treasurer. The net tax for 1871'
was $4 IS.'OS.oO of which thero is 8"','-'"i..
2."i not yet paid over.
Due to towns, V. s. surplus fund $ll,Csi s;
" Soldiers' accounts 17,315 7
" ouutniidliig checks I,s77 7a
T'ltnl jao.ssi r.:i
Dae on tax of 1S72
Cash In Treasury
. 15,255 25
. 210,772 Ut
Excess of resources over liabilities. .1215,145 j
Tho total amount of funded debt of the
State, including registered loan and coupon
bonds, maturing nt ditl'ercnt dates, Is n
December 1, 1S71..
December I, 1870.
December 1, IS7S. .
.tune 1, lsso
Total $433,000 00
Deducting loan of ls90, held by state 135,500 Co
Leaving to be provided for $207,500 00
Less amount of sinking fund 101, sM 00
Leaving $195,049 00
Among the leading items of expense aro
For salaries, excluslvo of clerk hire. ftil,414 10
For court expenses 43,5303
For Reform school 2s:ll9tit
For Insane Asylum 7439 nit
For Board or Rducatlon 8,00s 79
For superintendents of Schools. .. . 0,307 To
Tho item for the militia is about 15,000
more than will hereafter bo required, that
amount having been expended in tho re
organization and uniforming of tho militia
the past year. The courts of the Stato cost
about $140,000 per year including salaries,
a part of which sum is paid on Auditor's
orders, and a part by requisitions of county
clerks on the Treasurer. To offset this
thero is paid back on settlement of the
county clerks with the Auditor, for fines,
unexpended requisitions, etc , about S'-'.",-000
.Iiiuclioler as 11 Summer ICcsorl,
Few towns in Vermont have a better rep.
utation 11s resorts In which to vvhllo away
tlio hot season in luxurious case, than has
the restful village of Manchester, lying nt
the base of Mount Equinox, and amid some
of tho most beautiful surroundings, which
so nboiind iu our State. Aside from the
natural nnd artistic loyllncss of tho place,!!
is favoied with the best hotels to be found
in New England, and Is yearly attracting
more and more visitors to its retreats. We
were not tlierefoie surprised to see in the
N. V. ICveniiig Post the statement that a
correspondent thinks that Manchester, Vt.
will eventually becoinu a favorite summer
icsort. "The ml man" ho says, "taw the
beautv of the spot centuries ago, nnd sc.
lccteil it for the site of his wigwam ; and
relics of his rude art nro found oven now
on the river and brook banks and on the
hill slopes. Tlio llrst white men who came
here must have been delighted by lho
warmth and protection opened to them In
this nook of the eternal mountains, a niin
atuie Yo Semite glen, without tho ban en
ncss. The village lies embosomed between
Mount Dorset on the north, Equinox on
the west, and the Green Mountains proper
on the east an Alpine pictuip city framed
in marble and green, llattcnklll murmurs
through the peaceful scene, winding out
of the gorges at last toward the sunset. In
lose itself hi the waters of the Hudson."
OTORE FOR SALE OR TO KENT
O The best stand In Vermont tor 11 dry goods
trade, or tor a trade In general merchandise.
Apply to .1. JOSLI.v, (or to J. JAY Josl.lX,
rroiu Aug. Uth tottoth,) l'oultney, Vt. Jynd.tn tin
ft () 1!
S A L E
A llrsl-elass sate lire and burglar proof com
blued one ot "Herring's Patent champion," lu
perfect working order. Will be sold tor less
lluin Its real value. Applv at the Baxter Nn-
S A L E
The subscilbur has u Ciind) apparatus com
prising h completo out 11 1 for iiiauufactuitng
candy', which ho will sell tor less than one-half
lho original oust. Also, ono heavy Truck Wa
gon, v cry cheap j nnd one pair or Double Work
(i:o. W. CHAPLIN, Jr.,
0 Merchants' Row,
Rutlaud. May 20. inysodtf.
JJ! OR ' S A L E
My house on tho corner ol Main and Washing
ton street wllh or without tlio two houses ad
joining. Also a dcsirablo garden lot, on tho south end
M A I X S T U K U T ,
containing about llfty choice fruit treets.
' ' MRS. E. W. Hl'MTOON.
Kluiulro of C, F. Huhtoon, nt
I.ANDOX A" HUNTOON'S.
PITTS FORD F URN AC ' F-
J. I'RICIIARD, l'KOI'KlKTOH.
CHARCOAL FIG IRON,
NTTSFOHl), VT. r.mylilsm