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RUTLAND, VT., TUESDAY MOUNING, AUGUST 12, 1873.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
VERMONT CENTRAL AND ltUT.
T LAND RAILROADS'.
(Hi nml after Monday, .tunc ifd, 1S73, trains
will run nn follows, (Suiiun.v s excepted) i
noiso SOCTII ASH BVST.
I.eave Rutland nt 18:M) nnd JiSO a. in., nml 1S:10
anil rem p. in.
.MAIU l.ravn Ogdensburg lit C:tn i. In., Nr.
Albans nt 0:10 n. in., Burlington nt 8:10 n. in.,
Port Henry nt Tiisn. in., Rutland nt H(:10 p. in.,
llellows I'nlli nt S:80 p. in., nrrlvlngut New Lon
don nt:SO p. in., comircilns with steamer for
Ni:V YORK KXPKKSS. I.envvs St Albans nt
9:no n. m., Burlington 10:2i n, in., nn-lvlng In
ltntlanil at l!:.vi p. in.
N 10 1IT KX l'HKSS. Leuv es Ogdensburg nt Hi
ss p.m., Plattsburg n:3u p.m., .Mont real 3::iu p.m..
St. Johns 4:ro p. m., sr. Albntis 7:20 p. m., linr
lltiztoii 8:10 p. in., ItutlAiul 12:M n. m., Bellows
Pulls, 8:2.1 n. in., nrrlvlngnt New IjukIoh nt 11:15
MlXUn TRAIN". I.envc3 Burlington nt 2:oi p.
."m.1 arriving In Kutlninl nt 7;40 p.m. Loaves
Rutland nt 4:30 n. in., Hollows Palls 7: ir. n. in.,
(accommodation train), nrrlvlnsr nt New London
nt s:lo p. in.
MIXKD TRAIN. leaves llutlniid nt f:00 p. m.
nrrlvliig In Hollows Falls nt 10:oo p. in.
Leaves ltutlaud at 1:13 nml r.:4 ) n. in., nml 2:30
and 6:ois p. m.
jiiaiu Leaves iscvv iAinuou ui i.:w n. in.,
Sprlngllcld 8:00 a. m., Boston 7:80 a. m., Bellows
Falls 11:45., ltutlnnd2:8op. m., nrrUlmr nt l'ort
Henry at :00 p. m., Burlington 5:00 p. in., St.
Albans 0:40 p. m., Montreal n:4S p. m., Ogdcns
burg 1:4 a. in., making connections with trains
for the West.
KXI'KESS Leaves Itittlaiul nt r.:os p. in., St.
Albans nt 8:Ksp. in.
NIfiHT EXPRESS. Lcnves New London nt
s:43 p. m., Sprlngncid nt 3:10 p. m., connecting
with train leaving New York nt 3:00 p.m., Mel
lows Falls 11:20 p. m connect Ing with train
leaving Boston at 6:30 p. m., ltutlaud 1: 13 n. in.,
Burlington 4:40 a. in., St. Albans c:lo, arriving
In Montreal nt 9:45 n. m l'lattsburg nt 12:00 in.,
and Ogdensburg at 12:35 p. in., connecting with
trains for tho West.
MIXED TRAIN'. Leaves llutlandnt 5: 10 a.m.
Leave Burlington nt :30 a.m., St. Albans 12:)
m., arriving In Ogdensburg nt 8:50 p. in. and St.
Johns nl 8:.vi p. m.
MIX1JD THA1N. Leaves llellows rails nt 4:50
a. m., arriving In Kutland at 9:20 u. in.
ACCOMMODATION. Leaves New London at
9:10 a. in., llellows Fulls o:00 n. in., arriving m
Holland at 8:35 p. m.
Trains leave Burlington going east, for Mont-
pener, ,vo., uiu-wiu. in., u:.jip.m. nnu ,:Mp.m.
Trains lenvo Hollows Falls going noith, for
White Itlver Junction, Ac., at 8:3o a.m. and
11:45 a.m., and 5:55 and 11:20 p. in.
Connections. At Itutlnnd with Rensselaer k
Saratoga and Harlem Extension Railroads; nt
llellows Falls with Choshlro Hallroail; nt south
Vernon with Connecticut itlver Itallroad.
BKSleepIng ears aro attached to night trains
between St. Albans mid Troy, nnd liurllngton
and Hoston. OYLlJS M12HKII.L,
St. Albans. Vt.. Juno Od. 1973.
JJARLEM EXTENSION R.ULROA1)!
C II A X G E OF T I 31 i: .
1S73. SUMMER AHHANGKJIKNTS. 1S73.
On and after Monday, Juno 20th, is"2, trains
will run as follows :
MIXED. Leaves Itutland nt 3:00 a. m., con
necting at Stato Lino with train for Troy.
MAIL. Leaves ltutlaud 9.30 n. m., nnd mak
ing closo connections nt Chatham 4 comers
with trains for New York, Albany. Hudson, and
both cast nnd west on U. X A. It. It.
MIXED. Leno Kutland nts.ro p. in., to Hon
nlngton nnd Troy.
SUNDAY- MILk TRAIN (with passenger car
attached). Leaves Kutland at 7.3o a. in.
F A II i: .
Itutland to Now York - . . - $r, 50
to Albany, ... - a no
" to Hudson, .... boo
8f"No lay over checks given.
AUKIVr. AT KUTLAND.
Mall, 9.35 p. in.; Mixed, 12.03 p. in.; mixed,
7.30 p. m.
F. C. WI1ITK, Supt.
Ttutland, Juno 14, 1S72. mayldJtwtf
.iLOHE PAPER COMPANY.
PL'HI.ISHKRS PRINTERS, STATIONKIi
ui,.i ,vi; ;;ook;.im xur.i CTvnr.itu,
Having purchased Iho Wholesale Taper and
I .Stationery business of II. A. Sawyer, nnd llio
I'rlntlng business of Jas. K. Mc Lenn, with tho
addition of a complete Hook-lllndcry, they have
consolidated the whole Into one business, nnd
moved the same Into the new and commodious
"Olobe Building," erected especially for the
use of tho Company.
With one of the most complete I'rlntlng De
partments of any establishment In tho State,
under the supervision of ono of tho best practical
printers In tho country, they are prepared to do
all kinds of plain and ornamental work In tho
most approved manner nnd on short notice.
Our Jobbing Department will comprise full
linos of Writing Tapers both folded and lint,
Envelopes, (Note, Letter nnd Ofllcinl,) Hlank
Hooks of every description, School Hooks,
Slates, Tens, Pencils, Inks, Law Ulanks, Cut
lery, Wrapping Papers of all kinds, Paper Hags,
Flour Sacks, Twines and Cordage, Wooden
Ware, Matches, Ilrushcs, Blacking, Blueing,
c, lie. This Department will be found well
stocked and worthy tho attention of close buy.
Tho Bindery will be under the cliarge of ono
of the most thorough workmen lo bo found In
the State, and all work will be executed In tho
best stylo and with dispatch.
With men of long cxperleneo In charge, and
with extenslvo facilities for conductlne their
business In Its boveral departments, they pre
sent one of.tuo most eompleto establishments
of tho kind to bo ound outsldo the cities, und
solicit tho patronago 01 tho Public, feeling con
fident that they can Insure tho wants of nil
upon the most favorable terms.
OLOBE l'Al'EK CO.
MTAGS. Wo liavo now In stock un assort
X mcnt o( Dcnnlson's Patent Direction
Labels and Merchandise Tags, which we will
Bell at manufacturer's prices.
Wo havo also a good stock of " Phillip's Se
curity Hook-Tags," a very convenient nnd ser
viceable artlclo for merchants. Anions Its ad
vantages arc; Goods can bo more readily mark
ed than by any other means; tho tag Is so se
curely locked that It cannot becomo detached
from tho goods; no chanco of tho tag becoming
detached from tho hook; no points projecting
to tear other goods or your lingers. They aro
sate, Btrong and cheap. Call and cxamlno
them. OLOBE PAPKK CO.
Merchants using printed wrapping will do
well to consult us beforn ordering, as wo maka
as low injures as New York or Iloston Houses,
and Klvo better accommodations In ussortlng
Ints wnllu a great saving can bo inado on
SelBht. UL011E PAPEK CO.
OOK BINDING. Wo nro now ready
in receive Ut ucia iui uu mima ui num.
OI.OB1S PAPER CO.
mAGS. Wo sell Dcnnlson's Tugs to
X Printers and Stationers nt Dcnnlson's
lowest vvnoiesuio pM,m co
. Tr.TXTn A ...,41. In. ffftiti n rop.1 In
J; a Hook, noatly and promptly executed.
We have as good facilities as any other estub
Itshment In The state. If you need anything In
Js.,nelg.veus a MjSMj
O. T. C 11 O 8 P,
Manufacturer of and Dealer 111
FiNtsiiiNo i.t'Miimt, Nlll""Viv1.nt,!AT"
CLAI'HOAItDS, AND Sl'ltL'CK LUMHKlt,
DOORS, SASH, HL1NDS, MOULD
INtlH, IIHAt'KKTS, WIN
DOW Fit AMES .t
Scroll Sawing of nil kinds, Planing, Matching
nnd Glazing done to order. Yard nnd Mill cor
ner of Union nml l'urnnce streets, near Freight
Depot, Kutland, Vt. Ma)ld&w3m.
17 X. MEURIAM'S l'EUFICT PIT
li TINO SIIIKTS. What they say of them.
"I never bad any shirts that fitted I mo bo i well
ns those inndo by ou." H. n. hliu.
"The shirts nro rocolu'd, and lit not like n
shirt on a bean pole, but pist light."
J, COIIIl, Mlddlobury.
"Tho llrst shirts 1 ever had that suited me.
The fit Is perfect In ever respect."
je27dly 11. W. MAHSHALL.
CURTAIN CORNICES OP BLACK
Walnut, or nil (lilt, inadn lo order. Cyr
tain Kings, Tassels and I'ords. DUAHHORVS
SHOW CASES, CORNER, CLOCK
nnilMnntle Shelves made to order, with
Plain or .Moulded edges. MIIACKCTS riiwmI In
different st.Wos nl DEAKIIOUVS
TSJEU- MOULDINGS FOIt PICTUKE
X Framing, Chromos, Lithographs, uod
Engravings nt DEAHIIOliN'H
iir.c:)iiATioNoi'ciiUKciii:s, halls and
Oood llrst-class work nt reasonable prices.
Many years experience In the business. Come
and see my work
No. 1, Wales, cor. West Mrcet.
Jyl2dlm Kutland vt.
O. II. M O It E II o V S E,
Opposite Cent rnl House - - KUTLAND, Vt.
KUTLAND MANUFACTUKINO COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SEAT CHAIRS, HED
STEADS AND C1IA1II STOCK.
corner of West and I'on st Sts,
L. Aiwnnn, Agt. O. C. Ilrnm.n", Treas.
J Y, K I N G ,
Manufacturer und wholesale nnd retail dealer In
SASH, DOOIiS, BLINDS,
MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, AND HOUSE FUIt.
op KVF.uv nnscinrriON.
Fl'KNACi: SlItF.KT, KCTI.AND, VT.
Orders bv mall or otherwise promptly attend
ed to. myldtt
.1. .1. GU1NDON,
II I. A (' K S M I T II .
Particular attention nald to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted. Shop on
WKST ST., NKAll OI.IVKIl MAKBI.X WORKS,
inayldSin KUTLAND, VT.
LINCOLN IltON AVOltKS.
Marble Mill nnd Hoisting Machinery of Iho
most Improved construction. Derricks and
numnlng machinery, castlnirs and general ma
Sleeland Iron wire none nt Manufacturer)!
ituuauu, ., .nay j, is,j. uiuyiuii
A. II. IIAAVLEY,
coxrii.irToii .ixn practical si,ati:i:,
Hh is nrenared lo do nil work promptly nnd
well. Orders can be lett at J. E. Olynn's storo
on Merchants' now, orni me jiarnweu uuusr.
llrfrrenec ltocknood Barrett, Kutland; I- M.
Mason, President of First Nntlonal Bank, De
troit, Michigan; Hon. .1. M. Marvin, Saratoga
" L I v i: It Y .
If you wish a nice TURN OUT, go to
C. F. IlIC HANDS OX'S.
(Lato D. Whltcomb's,)
Ci:.-m:u Stoeet, Rutland, Vi:bmont.
Careful drivers and the tlnesl of Carriages.
Stables open nt all hours. Horses baited.
uiMiltf . I'. RICHARDSON, PnorniETOi:.
JAUM FOR SALE.
The subscribers offer for sain Iholr farm, sit
uated nbout two miles from tho village of Bel
lows Falls, on the Chester road, well known
JOHN CLARK FARM,
Containing about threo hundred nnd llfty acres
of land; two dwelling houses, tin eo barns und
two tenant houses, near tho railroad track.
Tho tenant houses uro now. Tho largo farm
houso has been thoroughly repaired und palm
ed, with new piazza In front and end, new front
fence, all In the most substantial mid tasteful
manner, making It a desirable residence.
Nearly three-fourl hs of a mllo of new water plpo
from a never-falling fountain supplies airtho
OVER TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
has been expended within the past two years
on buildings nud fences, besides tho tenant
houses. Tho land is adapted to tho raising of
all kinds of crops. Somo llfty acres nro well
adapted for tobacco. Tho land Is now under a
good stuto of cultivation, by having been fed
out a largo amount of hay and grain tho past
two yeurs, which has been brought on tho
place, besides that which tho farm has pro
duced. The eastern lino Is tho Connecticut
river nnd tho farm laying westerly, dlv lded Into
pasture and tlllago land, with a sufficient bup
ply of wood for tho premises. Situated so near
Iho villago of Bellows Falls a village growing
moro rapidly than nny placo within tho State,
nnd with Its unlimited water power, which Is
fast being Improved, must continue to Increaso
In a still larger proiwrtton In tho future makes
It tho most desirable farm In theso parts. Pos
session irtven lmmedlatelv. exceut the mill
yard, nnu that lu one year. Inquire nt tho sub-
scnuers on mo premises; or .losepu vtiisuu,
Hrm of J. Wilson Co., near tho depot ; or Wil
der ; Hopkins, nt West Rupert, Vt,
WILDER i HOPKINS.
Hollows Falls, May 1, 1873. myl-tltt
GEORGE O. NEWMAN,
R i: A L E S T A T E U It O K E It ,
onice : Derby's Block, 2d Floor l'ront.
First class vlllogc and farm property for sale
and to let. Money to loan on notes, mortgages,
llfo policies and other approved securities,
Tho subscriber offers for sale tho
HOUSE AND LOT, 21 COTTAGI5 STREET,
Corner William Street.
llouso Is In good repair, contains 12 rooms, gas
and wuter above nnd below. Ijcatlon desirable.
Cellar always dry andwcll ventilated. Barn has
accommodations for two horses, or horse und
cow. oood barn cellar.
A portion of tho furniture will bo sold with
tho house If dessred.
Possession given at any time,
C, II. FORBES.
Itutland, Juno d 1873. dtf
WANTED Ton reliable uml energetlc
salosmcn to sell tho World Renowned
Ellas Hovvo Sowing Machine, on Salary or Com
mission. Apply, corner of Center and Wales
streets, Rutlund, Vt.
J. W, KERSHAW, Manager.
001) CHOPPERS WANTED TO
cut wo corns or nam woou in wenuon.
Apply to ueo. W. ciiArtJN, Jr., Merchants'
AILY STAGE 11ETWEEN
LAND AND STOCKIIK1DUE.
Arrive at Kutland 1 2 m., leave Rutland ;00 p.m.
starting from tho Ilardwoll llouso.
6W Connections at HtocUbrldgo wlthsUtM
or Itochuster und Bethel,
my22U3ra It. II. TUri'JJR, 1 fCPT.
HAILEY is PARMENTE.RS
8 1 I. V E 11 S M I T II S .
We havo tho largest and best assortment of
Watches ever offei ed In this market.
In largo supply, embracing every vailety o
stjle desirable fur Ladles' or (lentlemeus1 wear.
.1 E W E L R Y ,
In I Irh abundance, nnd more coming.
SII.VKK I'l.VTKn AMI STKEt, I OK TIC IK I'SK.
Our stuck Is large, nnd we sell nt low prices.
S II, V E R GOODS.
sii.vki: spoons of oris OWS MANUFAOTUIlE.
KOdEltS' BROTHERS PLATED FORKS
Ten Sets, Castors, Ac., all the best.
S P i: o T A U L E S
To fit those who cannot see well.
A new thing without frames. Very desirable.
Call nnd see for yourselves at
BAILEY AND PARMKNTERS,
17 Merchants' now,
ma.vl wt f
yr E E IC S & 11 A R 11 E R
AT NO. 1, OPERA HOUSE BLOCK,
Keep a full assortment of the following
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
FRENCH CHINA WARE,
TABLE OLASS WARE,
SILVER PLATED WARE,
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
TASSELS AND CORDS,
LAMPS AND LANTERS,'
Wholesale nnd Retail,
LAMP CHIMNEYS and BURNERS,
Wholesale and Retail.
MATTRASSES and LOUNOES, nnd
mayldtf DONE TO ORDER.
Q .1. LOOP,
Wholesale dealer In
CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDY
IVITOKTEK AMI) WnOI.ESU.K HF.ll.FK
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
The nttentlon ofTovvn Agents, Physicians
and Druggists Is especially called to our wines,
as they are unsurpassed for medical purposes,
coming from one of tho oldest vineyards In
California. All goods guaranteed pure and sat
isfactory, or lo be returned at my expense.!
.CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN, STS.,
(Landon i: Huntoon's niock,)
Rutland, Vt. myllf
MAXTER NATIONAL BANK,
II. IltNKV BAXTFR,
II, F. Loturof,
J. N. RAXTKlt,
T. W. PARK,
OEO. E. Royce,
Oeohoe It, Bottom,
.1, W. Crauton,
N. T. SPBAOUE, .III.
W. C. DeWON,
W. C. LAsnos.
Mado and remitted for at Lowest Kates.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON TI1IK DlrOSITS.
A general Banking and Exchange business
II, Henry Baxter, Prcst, J, N. Baxteu, V. Prebt
Oeorok It. Bottcsi, Cashier.
II R O K E R ,
17 imoAl) sriiKKT, .VA'ir route.
Stocks, Oovcrnments nnd Gold bought and sold
ou t omiuissiou,
tv iutcrcst allowed on deiwslts. raayisdtf
OUR STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
comprises a full line. of. staple goods,
flrst-class papers, folded and Hat, ruled and
plain, all welghU and sizes, Envelopes of all
grades and colors,' drug, pay, note, letter, Offi
cial and document, nil tlrst-closs goods nnd
prices iuw, uruvrutuinpipiut,
GLOBE TAPER CO.
M. iriXIlY A- CO.'S
TWO GEMS FOR HOUSEHOLD USK.
IIIXRV'fl rilRSCIt I.ACNI11IY IlLCR.
Bixiir's Best Shoe Blickino.
Julildw4w NEW YORK,
' JURL'HEIIA IH.OOD PURIFIER.
Is tho most isiwerfiil cleanser, strengthener
and remover of (llandulnr Obstructions known
to Materia Medlca.
It Is specially adapt edtoconstltutlons "worn
down " und dcbllltnted by the wnrm weather of
spring nnd Summer, when tho blood Is not in
nctlvn circulation, consequently gathering Im
purities from sluggishness nnd Imperfect action
of Iho sccretlvo organs, and Is manifested by
Tumors, Eruptions, Blotches, Bolls, Pustules,
Scrofula, Ac, &c.
When weary nnd languid from overwork, nnd
dullness, drowsiness and Inertia tnko tho place
of energy nnd vigor, tho system needs a tonic
tobulldltup nnd help the Vital Forces to re
gain their cupcrattve power.
In tho heat of summer, frequently, the Liver
and Spleen do not properly perform their func
tions; the Uterine nnd I rlnnry Organs aro In
active, producing wenknessof tho stomach nud
Intestines nnd n predisposition to bilious de.
EXTRACT OF .IURUHEI1A
Is prepared directly from the South American
Plant, and Is peculiarly suited to all theso diffi
culties; It will cleanso the Vitiated Blood,
strengthen the Llfe-tllvlng Powers, and temove
all obstructions from
IMPAIRED AND ENFEI1HLED Or.flANS.
It should be freely taken, as Jurubeba Is pro
nounced by medlcnl writers the most efficient
Furltler, Tonic nnd Deobstruont known In the
wholo rnngo of medicinal plants.
JOHN C;. KELLOflO, 19 Piatt street, New5 York.
Sold by Druggists. Solo Agent for tho United
States. Price Ono Dollar per Bottle. Send for
Circular. Julyl4 dw4w
-WORKING CLASS. -Male or female,
icoo a week guaranteed. Respectable
employment nt home, day or evening; no capi
tal required; full Instructions nnu valuable
packngo of goods sent free by mail. Address,
with six cent return stamp. M. YoUNO CO.,
173 Greenwich street. X. Y. Jul 11 dw4w
TEVER NEGLECT A COUGH. Xotli
Xs Ing Is moro certain to lay the foundation
for future evil consequences.
WELLS' CARI10LIC TA11LETS
aio a sure cure for all diseases of the tesplra.
tory Organs, soro Throat, colds, Croup, Diph
theria, Asthma, Catarrh, Hoarseness. Dryness
of the Throat, Windpipe, or Bronchial Tubes,
nnd nil diseases of tho Lungs.
In nil cases of sudden cold, however taken,
these Tablets should be promptly and freely
used. They equalize the circulation of tho
blood, mitigate the kl verity of the attack, and
will, In a very short time, restore healthy action
to the affected organs.
Wells' Carbolic Tablets are put up only In
blue boxes. Take no substitutes. If they can't
bo found at your druggist's, send at onco to the
agent In Now York, who will forward them by
Don't be deceived by Imitations.
Sold by druggists. Price 25 cents a box.
JOHN q. KELLOC.O, IS Piatt St., New York,
send for Circular. Sole Agent for the United
1 fk PER CENT. NET. The Iowa
JlJ Loan nnd Trust Company will invest
money on nrst-class Real Estate at 10 per cent.
Interest, net, payablo semi-annually In New
York, and will guarantee the collection of nil
loans mado through Its ngency. All charges
paid by tho borrower. Please write, before In
vesting, for New Yoik nnd Now England refer
ences, nnd full particulars. Samuel Mkhuili.,
(lato Oovemor of Iowa,) President. Address
JAMES D. 11EARTWEL1, secretary, Drawer 1(17
Des Moines Iowa tulyl4dw4w
CONSTANT EMPLOYMENT. Agents
wanted, either sex, $30 a week warranted.
No capital required. Full particulars and sam
plo sent free. Address, with 0 cent return
stamp, C. ROSS, box 142 Williamsburg N. Y.
QANVASSfXG ROOKS i ont tEiTfoT
l'KOF, FOWLER'S (I It EAT WORK
On Manhood, Womanhood and their Mutual
Inter-relations; Love, Its Ijuvs, Power, etc.
Agents nro helling from 20 toso copies of this
work a day, und we send n canvassing book five
to nny book ngents. Address, stating experi
ence, etc., NATIONAL lTHI.ISIlINd CO., Phil,
dolphin, Pa. Jyl4dAvv4w,
"AjmUTE FOR LARGE ILLUSTRATED
T Price List. Address, GREAT WESTERN
OUN WORKS, No. 179, SmlthllcUl St., Pittsburg,
Pa. Breech-loadtng shot-guns, ski to 30i.
Double shot-guns. $s to $ieo. single guns, .! to
20. Klltes, s to $75. Revolvers, 10 to 25. Pis
tols, fi to f-i. Gun material, ll-hlug tackle.
Largo discount to dealers or clubs. Army guns,
revolvers, Ac., bought or traded for. Goods
sent by express C. O. D. lo be examined before
paid for. Jyl4dwtvv
""lAMPHOKINE" rare every jinln,
KJ .to. Try It. Sold by all druggists.
REUBllX IIOYT, Prop'r, New York.
QLi 1 9 CA In four weeks canvas
ilprfcXS .OV sing was ono agent's pro
lit on Bryant's Library i J'uelni muz .srm ; $70
In ono week on TheXew Jt(iUelfrir' .V.uikc,
by Miss lleecher nnd Mrs. Stowe. Anv nctlvn
man or women can havo mi ngency. .1, H. FORD
Ic CO., New York, Iloston, Chicago nnd San
Frnnclsco. July 21 d&wjw.
OKTH THOITSAND IN PilESsTsALE
tJU Increasing. 2.000 more Live Agents
Wanted for our
LIVINGSTONE 28 YEARS IN AFRICA,
Over ono pages, only $2.50. Lookout for Inferior
works, send forclrcularnnd proof nt the gient
est success of tho season. Report Just In, 181
subs. In six days. HUBBARD BROS., Pub's, 53
Washington St., nosion. .iuij2iuvw4-.
WORK OF INTENSE INTEREST
. nnd Intrinsic value.
OCEAN'S S T O R Y .
By tho gifted son of tho famous "Peter Parley."
The result of great historical research: An
Autnentio History ot Kuvigauon unu us Mani
fold Discoveries since tlio Flood. Abounds with
startling Incidents, fearful disasters, lawless
pirucius, uioouy unities unu kiuuuiis uiuievf
inents; also describes diving, telegraphing,
ocean fisheries, etc. Over zw spirited cuts.
Snblect new. Prlco low. Agents wanted.
HUliUAitu uitos., rum, r,3 Washington street,
THE CHEAl'JJST AMI 11EST.
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.
JUTLAND MARBLE COMPANY,
wholesale: deai.ehs in
HLOCK & SAWED MARBLE.
QUAItlllUS AND MII.1J),
J. N BAXTER, Supt, WEST KUTIAND, Vt.
All the gruiles of Kutland Marble, In the
Bhnpo of slabs ot vailous thlcknosses required
for Furniture, Mantel, and Decorative Work, as
well as cemetery uses; also cublo Stock for
Monumental and Building purposes, Including
Bases, Strips, and Posts, may bo found on our
yard ut all times.
Our extensive arrangements for tho produc
tion ot Marble, lu thu wuy of Quarrying Ma
chinery, und Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
of taws, plafe us In position to supply the
wants of tho Trade. Wholesalo nnd Retail
imniiTs. Builders. Furniture-Men. nnd gen
eral Manufacturers will nnd It to their Interest
to fayor US Willi uieiruiuum.
RUTLAND MARBLE CO,
U 8 0 A T
B. W. MARSHALL'S,
(Oromlfjs nml grouijiions.
T NO. 2.1 MERCHANTS ROW.
Alt. KINDS OP flOODS
I) O W X ! DO W N ! !
n lbs. HYSON TEA for 90 cents.
3 lbs, OOI.ONfl TEA for 90 cents.
3 lbs. YOUNO HYSON TEA for l.li.
Valencia Kalstns, lo cents per lb.
Layer Kntslns, 12 cents per lb.
Rutland nnd Weymouth Nails, Cutlery, Flour,
Meal mid drain, and a thousand things too nu
merous to mention, ns long windy advertise
mentsrost, which customers, Indirectly, have to
k . JAMES I!. OLYNN,
Rutland. t. June 19. uncl d&vvlm
CLOSING OUT SALE
Of a stock of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
DOMESTIC DRY OOOIH,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CROCKEIlY, GLASSWARE, AC, tC,
II AS CO M M E X C E D .
Will avail themselves of the opportunity which
It ffords to replenish their stock of household
nr Every m tide Is sold at oost or less.
I'I.KAsr CAM. AND I.KAItN PI1ICE9.
G. W. CHAPLIN, Jit.,
No. 0, MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND.
JA- T. CADEN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED 1'KUITS, PICKLES, Sc.,
f GLASS, earthenware;
AND FANCY GOODS.
t Also, Dealers lii
DRY GOODS, SHAWLS, DRESS GOODS,
hosiery, gloves, at., .vr.
An assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
. -JL. .
AGENTS FOR MAIL STEAMERS To" AND
E-DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT ON THE
BANKS OF ENGLAND, IRELAND. SCOTLAND
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN STS.
1 8 r, 7 . 18 7!!.
O L 1) R E I) H T O R E.
atof.'Kiris ax) iitorisnhxs,
niajlir MERCHANTS' Row,
jTnnrt "(r.NM AirK e t,
(l)UNTON 4: HAYWARD
All kinds of Meats, Fish, Vegetables and
Fruits In their season.
Klngsley a Sprague's Block, Merchants' Row.
0. It E E R T U R N E It
siraAJi iiEFixrmi company,
70 WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Offer for sale all the various grades of ltotlned
Sugar of Superior Quality at I be lowest Market
Prices. A superior quality ;ot White Sugar for
Confectioners use. Also.
WHITE COFFEE A,
COFFEE EXTRA C,
And the lower grades of
i' ; h 0 ir s u a a it .
Orders to be addressed to our oMcn In New
lent, tt vy uu nvreei, ior, rean.
Parties ordering 10 barrels can havo them as.
Tebus Thirty days, or Cash In 7 days, less
ft per teiii.uiacuum.
TJATTY'S NABOB PICKLES.
JO Crosso & Blackwell'a Pickles, Haltord's
Worcestershire Sauce. Nabob Sauce, in fact
nearly all kinds of English Pickles can bo found
Y E 1 N G
Faded Garments nml Carrlaire linings Cleaned
nnu uoioreu uy a niiw cuemicai prut-ess su iimi
you can nanny aisaistinguisn tiiein irom new,
Scouring and pressing light suits neatly exe
cuted. Persons having any such Jobs they wish
10 uavu uoue, ivui ineusu can injr iivu uuusr,
vvasningtou sireei, opposno t own 11 an.
All goods Bent by Express prompt done and
It J. KH.BURN,
nugcdlm Washington Street,
hotels nml Jlnlnn jiloomis.
A It 1) W E L L II () V ii V.
,. 11'. CHAMTOX, I'lvprittor.
l he HARDWr.I.L HOUSE Is located rmnnsllx
the Denot. and has lomr lioen favorntilv- knnwti
lolhu traveling public. It has been recently
Improved, now nffordlng the best and most
ample accommodation to guests.
. Tho TABLE will bo supplied with nil the
luxuries of t lie Season, nml ev cry at tent Ion will
be paid to tho comfort of Its patrons.
In the future, ns In the past, the Proprietor In
tends to make It nllrst-clnss House nirnniin(r
all the comforts of a homo to the traveler. The
public patronage Is solicited.
a imuii i.iviiiti 111 connection with the
Attentive PORTERS w 111 be found nt Ihn Dp.
pot 011 the arrival of all trains.
JQAKE DUNMORE HOUSE,
E. P. HITCHCOCK, Pi:i.i'i:iETOi:.
J. W. PORTER. M vnaoeu.
This well known and popular Hotel, situated
1 the shores ot Lake Dumnore, has been re
cently put In thorough repair. Severn! new
Cottages havo been butlt and newly furnished,
nnd will be opened Juno 1st, for the reception ot
boarders and tourists. may23dtf
aUIE EQUINOX HOUSE, Manchester,
Vermont. Dravvint? room ears run throuo-ii
without change, from New York to Manchester,
by 10:40 a m, train, via N. Y. K Harlem railroad.
Passengers by Hudson river steamers, leaving
New "ork at 0 p. in., connect at Troy with 8 a.
m. train, arriving at Manchester nt lojf a. m,
A train leaves Troy at 6 p. m. arriving at Man
chester nt H P- m.
Trains leave Kutland for Manchester utSa.
m., :30 a. m. and 5:25 p. m. On Sundays at 7:30
a. in. Address
jyira I . H. OKV1S.
F A R M E R S ' HOTEL,
FitEioiir Street, - . RUTLAND, VT.
A FIRST CLASS
M E A T M A R K E T
IN HOTEL Ilflt.DIXO.
J. E. JOHNSON. Proprietor.
J . W. FISHER'S;
N E W DINING ROOMS,
Central llouso Block, Merchants' Row,
Warm Meals served at all hours of the day
and evening. mnyld3m
N E W DINING II A L L ,
In rooms formerly occupied by J. W, Fisher
KINGSLEY .C SI'RAOUE'S BLOCK,
WARM MEAI.s SF.HVKI) AT AM. IIOIHIS.
JNOC'H .MORGAN'S SONS'
S A I' O I. I O
Is a substitute for Soap for all Household pur
poses, except washing clothes.
S A P O L I O
for Cleaning your Huuso w 111 save I he labor of
one cleaner. Give It a trial
S A P 0 I, I- O
forWI11dovvslsbetterth.nl Whiting or Water.
No reinovingcuiinlns and carpets.
S A P O L I 0
cleans Paint nud Woml, lu fact Iho entire house
better than soap, no slopping, saves labor.
1011 can 1 aiioru 10 ue vviiiiuiu 11.
S A 1' OLIO
for scouring Knives Is better and cleaner than
Bath Brick. Will not scratch.
S A P O L I O
Is better than Soap nnd Sand for pollshli.g Tin
ware. Brightens without scratching.
S A P 0 L I 0
Polishes Brass and Copper utensils better than
Acid or OH and Rotten stone.
S A P O L I O
for Washing Dishes and Glasswaro Is Invalu.
able. Cheaper than Soap.
S A P O L 1 0
removes stains from Murblo Mantlos. Tables
and Statuary, from Hnrdilnlshed Walls, and
from China and Porcelain.
S A ' P 0 L I 0
removes Stains and Grease from Curpcts and
otuer woven inorics.
Thcro Is no ono article known that will do so
many kinds of work, and do It ns welt, as Sa-
pouo. THY IT.
HAND S A P 0 L I O
a new and wondorfully effectlvo
Toilet Soap, having no equal In this
country or abroad.
HAND S A P 0 L I 0
as an artlclo for tho Bath, "reaches
tho foundation" of alt dirt, opens
tho pores and gives a healthy ac
tion and brilliant tint to the skin,
HAND S A P 0 L I 0
Cleanses and Heautlllcs the Skin,
Instantly removing any stain or
blemish from both hands and face.
HAND S A P 0 L I 0
is without u rival In tho world for
curing or preventing roughness
und chapping of either huuds or
HAND S A P 0 L I 0
removca iui, tutu, ui
Stains und Ureaso; for workers In
Machine Shops, Minos, 4.C., is In
valuable For making tho Skin
White and Bolt, and glvlDg to It a
"bloom 01 beauty," it is unsur
passed by uny Cosmetic known.
HAND S A P 0 h I O
costs 10 to 15 cents tier cake, and
everybody should have It. You
Will iiku II.
r.r VAU, TO TRY THESE GOODS.
liuvltof your merchant If ho has It or villi
niwureltfor you. Knot, then wrltofor our
F'Silet, " All about Hipollo," unit 11 will I
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS,
augsdtwsm o I'ark Place, New York
T7LK HORN & MAGNOLIA FLOUR
hc.$tittiuul gaily (Blobc.
TUESDAY, AUG. 12 18711.
Ilovv tho l'r.'sldeiil Smt'il 11 Vonnu;
l.iut)- nl I. out: llrunch.
On Thursday evening vvlillu n Miss Mar
tin, nccoinpanleil liy lier limtlicr nml nnotli
or gentleman, were tlt-lv lug "i Ceilnr nvc-
nue, Long Dranrli In n iiony phaeton, the
horses ran nvvay. They were nttetly tin.
innnngcljlc, anil the party were In the c..
treinlty of danger, when the affair wns
seen hy President Grant, who wns reltirn
lug from a mil 011 Mr. John Hoey. He
nt once put his horse nt full speed ncims
an Intervening open sp.ice nml anlvcd In
time to seize the runaways liy the heads
nnd stop them. The phaeton had heen
badly broken, nnd when the lady had been
taken out of the wreck nnd carried by the
President Into Mr. Ilocy's house It was
somo time bcloro her friends could feel
assured she had received no serious Injur
les. An Excitiko Scksk. Quite an exciting
scene occurred last Sunday evening nt tho
bridge near R. G. Illckson's res!-
denco nt Springfield. Miss Mnv
Hlckson nnd sister had just le-
tunicd from 11 drive, and were getting out
of their carriage, when the horses became
frightened and plunged into the liver, F.
Field, a gentleman of Aboriginal extraction
was plying 11 boat n little below the spot
nnd observing the perilous position of the
young ladles, proceeded to Ihu spot, wheic
he rescued them. After landing the ladies
ho proceeded to rescue the hoi-jcs from tho
water. In order to do this, he had to svv im
down btrcam some fifty feet, keeping the
horses head out of water, but succeeded lu
reaching the shoro with hoise and canlago
all safe nud sound. The mare wns so much
exhilarated by her svvim that she kicked
nnd broke tho vvhlille tree, and our aborlgl
nal friend closed the scene by dlvina Into
the water and again swimming to his boat.
A Sea Captain Mukdched. On Tues
day afternoon, Thomas F. Peicy, mate of
the schooner Benjamin English of New
Bedford, now lying at Bergen Point, N.
J. nnd Cupt. George F. Jones of Bergen
Point called at the 1'ilncc street station
house and staled to Captain Williams that
they had seen the body of the man sup
posed to bo Andrew Gargannt the Morgue,
had claimed the studs and supcndcis found
ou his person ; were fully satisfied that the
body was that of Captain James lladvvin
of the bchooner Benjamin English, who
had left the vessel on Monday morning. A
card with directions how to use a ship's
pump, which was found in his portmounaie
completed the identification. Hadvvin's
friends in Fall River, where he has n wife
and child, were communicated with.
Took Leo Bail. Georgo W. Wise of
Chelsea, don't gov a great deal these days
about courage. A few nights ago wliilo
returning from an evening's visit to a
neighbor's lie saw something in a tree
which he supposed to be a wild animal, as
one had been seen lu that vicinity. He
had his gnu witli him, but not wishing to
enrage the beast, took let; ball from the
spot, and soon arrived home completely
out of breath. The next day wise had oc
casion to pass by the same spot and discov
ered that he had been frightened nearly out
of his senses the previous night by a piece
of cloth dangling from the tree. Don't
mention wild beasts to George now unless
you are anxious to quit this mundane
Anoiiii:i: Cat Sronv. Mr. Benjamin
Foss of Chelsea, is the owner of n cat which
possesses a remaikable Instinct. Last fall
Mr. Foss left home to spend the winter
with his son, Mr. Daniel Foss of Spring
field Mass.. On leaving homo he request
ed his daughter, Mrs. John Fov, who lives
about a mile from his lesidence, to take
care of the cat during his ubfciice. After
the departure of her parents, Mrs. Fox
looked for the cat to tnko home with her,
but was unable to find it, nnd on her arri
val home wns surprised to find the rat
(hero before her. In the spring when Mr.
Foss was about to return, he wrote to Mrs.
Fox desiring lier to meet them at his 1 evi
dence and bring the cat witli her, which
she repeated to tho animal. On the ap
pointed day of the return, pussy was miss
ing, nnd Mrs. Fox started to meet her par
cuts without their pet, but on reaching
them found Unit the cat had been before
her in lecelving their embraces. Did the
cat understand what Mis. Fox told her
relative to Mr, Foss return ? Who can an-
Finn at Co.vcoitu, N. II., Abbott
Downing & Co's. carriage manufactory was
consumed by fire on Ftiday morning. It
originated in a butchery former! r occupied
as blacksmiths shop, from which point it
was communicated lo the main building.
The store house, filled with carriages, was
entirely destroyed, tho paint shop was also
consumed, together with 11 largo number
of carriages. An immense btoc k of hubs
was likewise burned. When the lloor fell
several firemen were buried in the ruins, all
but Charles Sanders escaped without seri
ous injury. The fire Is thought to have
been tho work of uu Incendiary. The loss
is estimated utijoO.OOO which Is well cov
ered by iusuraucc.
A YALBAU1.K LlDKAllY DUSTKOYKU. TllO
stable nnd L of tho house owned and occu
pied by .Miss AYcldon on Federal street was
destroyed by fire on Tuesday morning.
Tho malu part of the house was baved, but
was badly injured by tiro ami water. Miss
Wcldon's loss was estimated ut from 3,000
to-1,000 1 partly insured. In tho L vvnstho
library of Leonard Woods, D. 1)., which
was valued at upwards of iJlO.OCO, and
which Is 11 total loss; no Insurance, lie
bides the library, Dr. Woods lost the num.
BCrlpt of 11 valuablo vvprk, which was
nearly ready lor tho press, upon wblch hu
has been nt woik for many years. Tho
origin of the tiro Is unknown, but it is sup
posed to have been caused by the wnililng
of a gun lodging In a band of shavings,
which was standing outsdo of tho stable,
n gun, having been fired in tho vicinity
shortly before the fire wits' discovered.
A Kiiinesilc, 'I'mtreil)- In Iiaiiluir).
The Dnnhury Now man says that when
a woman puts three mackerel to soak over
nlglit in 11 dMi-paii whoso sides aro eight
Inches high, and leaves the pan on a stair
way, she has accomplished her mission and
should go lienee. '1 his wns what a Division
street woman did lately. She filled the
pan at the pump and then left it standing on
the steps of tho stoop, while she went Into
the next house to sec how many buttons
would be required to go down tho front of
aredingote. And a mighty Important nll'alr
that was, to bo sure. And there wns her
husband tearing through the house In search
of 11 handkerchief and tint finding it of
course. And then lie rushed out Into the
yard, wondering where on earth that woman
could be, and started down the steps with
out seeing the pan or even dreaming that
any 0110 could bo so Idiotic as to leave it
there. Of course ho stepped on It, or at
least that is the supposition, ns the neighbors
who were brought out hy the crash that fol
lowed saw a horrified man and a high dish
pan, and three very demoralized mackerel
shooting across the garden and smashing
down the shrubbery. And he was a nice
sight, was that unhappy man, when they
got him on his feet. There wasn't a dry
thread on him nnd his hair was full ol bits
of mackerel, and one of his shoulders was
out of joint nnd his coat wns split the whole
length of the back, nnd lie appeared to be
out of his head, lie was carried Into the
house by some of the men nnd laid on a bed,
while others went after tho doctor i and six
teen women assembled In the front room and
talked in whispers nbout the inscrutable
ways of Providence, and what a warning
tills wns to peoplo who never looked where
they were going.
Fusthiir 10 Miirvnliiiii.
A short time ago a woman of thirty-five,
a dressmaker, giving the name of Frances
Florence, hired a room at "OS West
Fourteenth street New York She was of
eccentric habits, but further than this the
other inmates know nothing nbout her. A
week ago she disappeared, aud her room
door being locked on the inside, tin; sus
picions of the landlady were aroused, and
on Thursday the door was broken open.
Miss Florence was found seated in n chair
by the window in her night dress. Sho was
so faint from starvation that she was unable
to move hand or foot, or to give any in
telligible account of herself. She was im
mediately taken to Bellevuo Hospital, where
every effort was made to revive her, but up
to this time with little success. It Is be
IL'Vcd that she is insane on the subject of
religion, and was trying the efficacy of a
long fast as a propitiation of her sins. From
letters found in her trunk she is believed to
be from Rhode Is'land.
Congress Spring was first thrown open
to the public in 1810. In 1823 tho property
was purchased by Dr. John Clark who
made preparations for the transportation
and sale of tho water abroad, previous , to
this period the Presbyterian clergyman de
rived a portion of his income from tho sale
of water which he bottled and sent abroad.
The Saratogian of Saturday gives tho ree
ord of the business done just fifty years
ago that, (Saturday) ns follows :
Aug. 9. Sold 1 do. Cong. W..
' 1 doz. Boxes
Sold 1 do?. Congress. .
" fidoz. Corks
" OKmpty Bottles.,
Paid R. C. Carpenter for work. . ,
"Sharp for making a box....
" Piliiee Cary
Xet cash lecclpts
A comparison between Saratoga to-day
as It wns fifty years ago may not bo unin
teresting. The following is business done
at the Congress and Empire Spring 011 Fri
l'lllll.VV Auu. s, 1S73.
Total congress Water shipped August S, 1373,
312 dozen quarts and Oto dozen pints. Cash re
ceipts J07O.23. The number of glasses of con
gross Water drank at the Spring during 01m
hour on l'rlday morning was over liri HohmihI
by actual count.
"Sheet'' nnd pillow-case masquerade at
the Continental Hotel Saratoga last Thurs
day evening. A largo number of persons
were present and during tho forepart of the
evening many were arrayed in tho "phan
tom garments" but on account of the warmth
of their "costumes" they were soon "ion
((" mid appeared tho remainder of the eve
ning, in daylight toilet.
Ex-Governor lllgelow of Pennsylvania,
ex-Governor Aiken, ox-Governors Fletcher
Dillingham and Stewart of Vermont have
been among tho visitors at Saratoga the
Thomas Dickson President ot the Dclc
waro and Hudson Canal Company, and
Charles W. Moseley Superintendent of the
Troy and Iloston Railroad aro ut the Grand
C.vnuitn or ax Escaped Prisoner.
Jnmcs Ilcffrou, nn escaped prisoner from
the jail lu Dover N. II., was arrested in
Haverhill N. H., ou Friday, by Police,
man Webber. He made his escape on
Wednesday, and had travelled about thirty
miles yesterday. After reaching tho sta
tion ho complained of feeling stiff and
foot soro fiom the unusual exercise. He
says ho has been 11 prisoner most of the
time for six years, and bus cecu but one
lth of July out of prison for that length
of lime. He says ids weakness is "getting
hot," and thinks Dover people ought to
feel lucky in getting rid of him. rather than
having him return ns a prisoner.
Uoluly Ronnui). On Wednesday nlghl
last, a thief entcrod ono of the parlors of
tho Mnuslon Houto tit ButTalo, N. Y.,
where a number of turf men were lodged,
aud robbed thu clothing of John Hannah
of Northampton, Mass., of ir-800 j II. 0.
Howard of Boston, SOOO and a watch nnd
chain j Win. J.arrabeo of Harford, of n
watch, chain nnd diamond stud all valued
at .1,000 j M. Gaiviu of Waterbury, Conn.,
of llircu diamond studs 1' and Henry Wat
son of Massachusetts of $230. A guest nt
the Tilft House was robbed of 800 and a