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THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1873.
Illgliwny llolibcr- of lio JInll lu
llio lloclsr iUoimlnH".
Srcclal ngont Wlcklscr of tlio Post Of
flco I)cinrtmcnt reports from Salt Lake,
July 01, tlint highway robbery on tlio main
routes In the Iloeky MountMns Is becoming
quite frequent. On tlio !th ult., robbcra
attacked tlio mail coach on the Montana
route, near Pleasant Valley, ami took $1U,
000 In treasure from Wells, Fargo & Co.'s
i.xnrcss. but illd not molest the mails. Tlio
robbers have been nrrestcil. A few days
later, nr. tlie same route, near Snake river,
tbo stage coach was fircil into and the drl
vcr mortiilly wounded. The poor fellow
bail tbo nerve und proscueii of mind to put
tlio whip to the horses, by which all was
avcdbuthU own life. Ho expired soon
after he reached the station. On the 2 1 th
ult., the mall coach on the Helton and
Done route, near Snake river, was attacked
by robbers and the. through mall pouch
trom lolc to Kelton was taken, mid also
Wells, Fargo & Co.' treasure box. Agent
Wicklzcr sajs that bad men come to the
mines with expectations of making sudden
rlehe, and behiK disappointed, become
tecUcs and desperate highwaymen.
tiii: i:ni ni'AJir.viivrFiii. mm:.
Tlio Career of it Kcnmckj slum
i:mkiiiI In Tim AViirt Si'iilfiircil
lit In, IOii n Ki ll .1 llnrlirr mill I.i-bW-lur.
Krum tho Lcvlngtou (Mo.) Intelligencer.
William Duke, a colored deck hand, fell
between the gang planks of tbo steamer
Vllee, nt Dover landing, on S.iturilay morii
nbout two o'clock, passed under the boat,
and was (cell no more. The turbid waters
of the Mississippi scarcely ecr closed over
,i mure eventful life than was William
DiiL-i-'. Horn a slave of Dr. llasll Duke,
of Kentucky, ho attracted the attention of
me l.llllliy ill nil enny age 19 ins 14.1111, li
nes and' good temper, and was in conse
quence granted unusual Indulgence.
Win n eighteen years of age he had ac
quired from association with white-boys .1
I'.ilr l'.iif.llsti education, and accompanied
Ills ma'ter to Mexico, in the cap.ii'ity of
servant. At the battle nt ( crro l.onl" he
was woundeil in the leg. At first the wound
wa supposed tif be slight, mid received but
little attention; subsequently it became
alarming, and an investigation revealed tlio
fact that tlio wound had been inflicted by a
copper missile. The professional i-kill and
assiduous nursing of his mater saved his
leg and Ids life, but from that time he was
About the year 18."5 lie was manumitted
and apprenticed to n barber in St. Louis.
Uer completing bis apprenticeship, ho
practiced his trade on the Mississippi river,
and in two cars became the most popular
and best known barber on the river.
In 1S."8 lie married n quadroon girl in St.
Louis, who had attracted some attention by
her beauty, and established her In 11 com
fortable fionie, surrounded with clrcum
Mtinecs of luxury. She proved unworthy,
and within twelve months of the marriage
he committed homicide in his own house,
tinder circumstances which called forth in
hjs behalf the sympathy of the people of St.
Louis ccnorallv. Ho was indicted for mur
der, and on his trial was ably defended by
Basil liuke, Esq., and other distinguished
lawvers: but notwltlistaniling tlio pruot en
tirely failed to establish a higher crime than
that of murder m tbo second degree, the
verdict, under the rigid ruling of Judgo
Claver, was murder in the first degree, and
ho was sentenced to sutler the extreme pen.
ally of the law. A petition for executive
clemency was quickly gotten up, numerous
ly signed by leading citizens, and presented
to Governor Stewart ny 111s counsel. .
full pardon was granted, mid the colonel, as
ho was called, was at liberty, broken down
in health and spirits. Ills health continued
to decline, and he rapidly contracted the
habit of excessive drinking.
When tbo lato civil war commenced lie
asked permission to go to Kentucky, which
was granted, and within a few days there
after he was once moro in camp in tlio ser
vice ot Ins olu master, ills health rapidly
improved, and in a few months lie was as
well known in den. Williams brigadu as
the General himself. Ho participated in
several engagements, was twice wounded
once at Fnvcttcville, very seriously.
When the war closed ho located at Now
Orleans ; was a member of the Legislature
ot Louisiana during tlio session ot 'bo, dis
tinguUhcd himself by his conservatism and
opposition to the Administration ring le;
islation. Ho was proscribed ly his race,
and systematically persecuted by white
Radicals to such nn extent that he was forced
to leave New Orleans. His old habit of
drinking obtained the mastery, and for
eighteen months bis life had been that of
an aimless vagabond. Recently lie was
stimulated to make an effort to reform and
with tills view lie sought and obtained em
ployment on the Alkt. For six or eight
weeks previous to his dentil bis habits were
'I'll o IlriitllL'boro Seiisnlinn.
From the Hartford Courant.
A private letter from a gentleman in lirnt
tlcborn, who has known the particulars con
nected witli tho IMwin Drood matter from
the start, indorses the recent article in the
Springfield Union, but thinks it docs not
give it the best showing, because, the ex
tracts from the continued story wcro from
the crude manuscript which had never been
revised. His claim is that it is habit of the
authors to block out their story, mid then
carefully rewrite and revise before the man
uscript is given to the public, and that, In
tills respect, "Dickens is doing the snmo
thing now that ho used to do when on earth."
The gentleman defends the "medium" from
tlio assaults upon bis private char ctcr,
which ho says aro unjust. The reporter nf
Ihe Springfield Union- it seems went to
llratllebnro expecting to find evidence
which would enable him to explode the
whole thing as a humbug, but alter long
.iinl carelul examination of tlio manuscript
was captivated with It. Of course ail this
is possible under tlio supposition that the
writer is a clever imitator nf Dickens. It
I. tateil that the hook will be published in
October- Those Interested in the matter
are therefore making calculations that the
dead novelist will continue to inspire tho
medium with certainty and regularity. We
had supposed (hat the connections between
lids and the other world could not bo count
ed upon as safely as those by railroad or
telegraph In ordinary in.itteis.
I-'''"m the Missouri Hcpubltenu.
A I, tick y llnl,).
V Mrs, King had a surprise at Sliawncc
Inwn, III., the oilier day. It was an ncci
ilcnt that Mrs. King happened to be at Shaw
neelown. Sbo did not intend to go there,
but tint steamboat Jennie Howell, 011 which
she was travelling, n struck n snag nnd sunk
In the Ohio river. Several of tlio passcn.
gcrs wcro drowned, and among tliem some
children, Mrs. King had 11 child on board
whom sho mourned as lost, and was tnken
to Shawncetown without her babe. Tho
Jennie Howell sank deep in the water, ami
tho next morning men went to tho vessel to
recover tho bodies ot tlio lost. Soon after
daylight a mattress was discovered floating
in the. cabin, which was filled with water
nearly to the celling. Upon examination n
child, a littlo boy, was discovered on the
mattress sleeping ns peacefully ns If noth
ing unusual had happened. Ills bed wns
not very dry, for it hail sunk a good deal
from snaking, but still sustained its living
freight. In duo tlmo tho child wns sent to
Shnwnectown, whero the other passengers
had been landed tho evening before. Its
coming mailo an excitement among the
wrecked travellers, for moro than one
mother had lost children by tlio disaster.
It was a touching secno when Mrs. King
recognised tbo child as her boy whom she
had mourned ns lost for nearly twenty-four
hours. Tho preservation of Moses in tho
bulrushes was not so miraculous ai tho
safety of Mrs. King's boy. Ho had been
tossing about on tltf wnsto of waters in tbo
cabin all night, and was brought to his
mother allro In tho hour of her deepest affliction,
statu rAiit tai(i:.iiii'7is.
Best Hoar 1 year old anil oicr, Ito 00
2d do ito do r 00
Host IlreedlngBow 10 00
2d do do B 00
llest lot ot Pigs at one litter, not lev than
live In number, under Mx months old, 10 00
2d do do do do 6 cm
.Iumies. t, H Drew, Burlington; Charles 1)
Child, Wolltnsfordi Hcrvey Grlswohl, Orwell.
fitly dollars wilt bo placed at tho disposal of
the cominlttco lo boo warded nt their discre
tion. Iiimibs. Albert Chnpii in, Mlddtebiiry ; .Mar
tin (inert, Holland 1 K X lllssotl, lllchvlllc
I) A I K V.
licit M IMHlnds (if Ijiltlrr. 1211 HO
ml do do l.i ir, oft
ad do do do 10 (-0
.H'ikils, Francis D Dougljn, Whiting'; Par
don lluhiicl, Wnltslleld; W 11 11 Owen, tint
Host lot of Cheese, not less than l') M, o W
lid do do do do 15 00
3d do do do do M 00
Hast lot of Checu- not less than ten It 42.1 CO
2d do do do do 20 00
8d do do do do in 00
.Icwius, John I. Mumiii, Itlrhmond; .Miner
Hllllavd, ltiitlniid; Edward Wheeler, icrgcn-
'Jest and gicnlest iniictles of Apples cor.
recuy lancieu, nuuve or giinieu nun,
and irrnvn by the exhibitor, K on
2d do do do do do ' 00
licit 12 varieties ot winter Apple, not en
Icicit lu the above clous. 4 00
2d (to do do (In .1 00
nest ovaiieties Atiimnu A 1 nei, 1 w
2d do do do 3 uo
llesi o varieties or natural or tinmen Ap
ples. In enllng condition when exhibited, 4 ()
2d do do do do . 3 (mi
Best lot of readies, named turn inuciru a uu
2d do do dn do 2 00
Hcsl lot of rcari. 00
2d do do 3 (10
licit lot of riiuns, a do
2d do do 2 00
licit lot of (Hanoi, named and labeled. 4 00
2d do do (In do 3 00
3d do do dn dn 2 00
licit lotofl'i-tiiiiH-rrlPv, 3 00
2d do do 8 is)
licit a Watermelons. 3 00
2d do 2 00
lieil ii'ck of Tomatoes 1 00
licit Native drape Wine, i.ot less IhnnO
l tiles, 6 00
Jiikiks. .liihii (licgory, Northtleld; Crosby
.Miller, I'omfret; Henry Clark-, Ituthind; Hon
rs. Clime, Lyndon; Samuel Everts, Cornwall;
N l Harford, White Hirer Junction.
SUGAR AND HONEY.
licit 2.1 pounds of Maple Sugar,
2d do do do
lid do do do
llest 3 boxes "f lice Honey,
2d do do do
3d do do do
licit specimen nf Maple Honey,
2d do do do
3d do do di
J cooks. Crosby Miller, I'oiurret; Wm. 1)
Marsh, Clarendon; Dai Id Lnctt, Mldillebiiry.
llest dozen stalks Celery, 1 00
" peek table Turnips, 1 00
" " Ilcets, 1 00
' " I'ar.inlpi 1 00
" " Onions, i (10
" Sweet i'otutocs, 1 on
" " Irish potatoes 1 (10
" 3 largo squashes, 1 00
llest 3 large l'uinpkluh, 1 00
' dozen ears 01 Sweet Coi n, 1 (10
yellow Seed Ojrn, 1 00
" peel; Lima Ilea 11s 1 00
' " Windsor Ileum, 1 (10
" dozen heads ot Cnullllower, 1 (10
" " ' llroeclll, 1 00
" " " Cubbuse 1 00
llest and gicatest variety of Vegetables
exhibited by one person, r, TO
2.1 best do. 1 00
JciHiES. Mlddleton Ooldfcinlth, Hutland; Chas.
1). Lane, Cornwall; A S cranipton, Hutland.
l'mzi: ion HfiTEit .The Vermont Dairymen's
association, through tlio liberality ot the l'rl?o
churn Company, of Sprlngileld, Vt., who have
for that purpose presented one ot their cele
brated I'rle Churns, of the capacity of 23 lbs.,
olfcra rrlze churn us 11 premium for the best
lot of 25 lbs of prints to bo niadu by a member
of said association, between Juno lil and Sep
tember IOtli, nnd exhibited nt tho Vermont
St ito l-'alr at, Hutland, in September next, tbo
prize lo bo awarded , by a committee ot three,
appointed by President Hoot, each exhibitor to
mako a statement In detail, In writing, of tho
breed, feed and management of cows and pro
cess of manufacture
C'OMMITTKK OS 1'lllZE ClIl'IIN. C II Hubbard,
Sprlngileld; John (licgory. Northileld; V 1)
S A L K
A llrst-cluss Kafe tire und burulur nioof eoin.
blued one ot "Herrtnir'n l'utent Chuiimlon." lu
perfect working order. Will bo hold for less
tuan us real vaiii". Apply at tho llaxtcr Na
JylMtf 0, H. 110TTU.M.
s a 1. 1:
Tho subscriber has a Cainlv nnn.ti'iittit eom-
IHiiiux 11 uumiueiu quint, ior iiiaiturticiuritig
candy, which ho Hill sell for less than one-half
tho original cost. Also, one heavy Truck Wn
Bon, v cry cheap; and one imlr of Double Work
(SKO. W. CHAPLIN, Jit.,
ff Merchants' How.
Huil.uid, May 20. nijsotitr.
S A L K ,
My house on the corner of Main and Washing
ton street with or without the 1 u houses ad
Jolnlnir. AW, a desirable garden lot on (he south end
M A 1 N S T It i: K T ,
containing about lutytholce fruit tieets.
J1HS. H. W. HtlNTOON,
Lhqulre of c. p. lluntoon, nt
I.ANDON & HTN'TOON'S.
CJTOUK KOK SAL!) OH TO KENT.
I J Tho best stand lu Vermont for a dry goods
iiu-ii, ui 11,1 a iiuuv 111 general iiiereiiaiiuiie.
Apply to .1. .IOSI.IS, (or to .1. JAY .IOSI.I.N,
from Aug, mm lo 2oth, poultney, Vt. Jj uditwlm
rpiIK SUliSOUIIIKH Initio.'' achieved
1. .lonieinmg 01 a reputation as a
In these fulled States of North Aiuoilca, re-
1 mi ii-, 1 minima in, uu
by the whole people.
-Making Ftrsl-t'hiKs work, inv sneclalltv I
would luMte, ns many of you wishing that kind
ot work, lo " Inrr n litind " and help us lioost tho
The Hooni Is newlv i-e.utleil inn) rn-fumlsiuii
nnd you w 111 rtml it quite pleusant lo while away
You win nnd my
rilliCBI.AlNrt AND IMITATION POIIl'hl.AINH
inodo 1111 to plcuso ull nnd nt less rates than
, uieiiso or pams spared lu Tools.
Chemicals or inij thing going to make up
A (IOOD MKKNKSS
us II Is my motto tn please, It I do not mako a
nn 1111: KXCKiiiKNt'i: ui' i:iuurKi:x ykahk,
A mvino mra amonost voir.
1! O OMH I N
C I, A
UK'S 'I! LOO K .
(Corner MeirhnntH' How ami West Slrccts,)
JAH. O. JIKHHHLI,
Cots. A. Willi a us.
(Lute of Philadelphia)
JuneH aw3in . . Assistant.
Clothing & urniietoing 8ooA$.
AT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
c i. o T it I X (t
COST AND. t.liss THAN Km',
for Hie next
'I' II I It 'I'
I) A 'l s
lo make room for
I' A I. I. (I o (HIS.
A full linn of
(HINTS' ri'ltN'ISIIINO HOODS.
A. O. (H'.NNINOHAM,
No. s Ckntkr St., opposite the Depot.
JATKS' 1IOUSK OOHN'Klt.
Have Just opened the lamest stock ot;
o L o t ii i n a;
Kver brought to Vermont. Cast off ,otu old
clothes and buy one of our
srvi.tsii .spiiixa .si;7'.s.
We hale them for all prices, and nlll sell any
llilug lu our line
TwnNTY pi:it cr.N-T. cun.M'nn
Than any other store tu tlio state. Don't goto
a uiuiu wiutu ilteil siuck itns ucru iiuuutt-ti
over, ycarattcryear, Comewhereever.tliliigl
FHKSIt AND NKW NOTIIIXO (H.D.
A glonce at our stock of
OKKTS' FUHNISIUN(4 GOODS
Will convince you that the Hates' House Corner
Store Is the only place where the stock of these
Kuous are roniniete.
LAMBS AMD OUSTS TttAVBhtSa HAdS
nt every description.
HATS AND OAl'S
Arc n leading article with us, and this ac
counts for our
Of e cry stylo and price. If you wish nnythlng
In our line, cnll and get our prices; Ibov win
coin Inco ou where to buv.
43 Merchants' How, under the Dates' House.
Q. It E A T REDUCTION
Tho great excitement now prevailing In Hut
land Is, where can a Jinn, Woman or Child get
tlio best HOOT OH HIIOi; for the smallest
amount of money.
Now, Citizens of Hutland nud v Iclnlty, I claim,
and do also state, that I can sell you nnythlng
usually kept In u tlrsuclass Hoot nnd Shoe Store
as cheap, or even cheaiwr, than can bo found
this side of lioston or New York markets.
1 11 S. Please call before purchasing else
where, nnd I think that you will bo convinced
(before leaving) that the above statement Is
correct. Yours respectfully,
w. e. noss.
No. n, Jlerchnnls' How, Hutland, Vt.
Stoi c former! occupied by French & Harrows.
Q.REAT CLOSING ' OUT SALE
II O O T S A N D S II () E S !
All kinds of Summer Ooods a cost or less, to
make room for a
FALL LINE 1 1
Now Is tho time at No. 0 loget shod lor a
small amount of money.
Children nnd Misses
at a low ilguie.
CALL AND SKI! FOIt YOl'HSIH.r,
A new slock of Iilacksinltli's Apronsjust arrived
at No. a Merchants' How,
O. W. CUHK
JH. CARLE'S WATER I'HOOP
O I r, It L A C K lA'O,
IIAH.NKSSKS, CAHHIAOE TOPS,
HOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
Fits harnesses perfectly nnd prevents crack
ing. Does not fry out or gum tho surface.
Softens und preserves tho leather. Excludes
I ho water. Excellent for boots, shoes, &o
fffllies universal satisfaction. Manutac
myiodiwtf N, c. MAHCII, Mlddlchury,
jy I 8 S E M M A A. I, E E,
AKTIST IN OIL COLOHINO,
No. 100 Wkst 3an sr., New Yoiik.
Miss Leo Is spending tlio summer lu Vermont,
nnd will receive orders, correspond, or consult
wlththoso desiring Photographs, Porcclaln.and
Ivorytypos, painted In oil. Postonleo address,
BRICK. I havo flvo hundred thousand
good hard burned merchantable brick on
hand und for sale on reasonable terms. Please
call and examine. Warranted to give satlsfac-
JIUIIUI1U, AUIfUSl- i, ism.
PRUNELLAS, PRUNES, CHERRIES,
X. Peaches, lllockberrlcs, Haspbcrrlcs,Plums
Ilucklebcn lcs. Also, all-kinds of fruits In cans,
for Bale at H. w. MAIlsiiALI,
maylditwly drovo street, Hutland, vt.
CELERY PLANTS I'rom Peter Hender
son ready on and after Juno 24th. Bond In
your orders. Cabbngo planta for lato crop by
tho hundred or thousand; also, (irecn Peas
ready about July 1st. Flower plants, among
which Is the celebrated Amaranthas SalsttoUus
or Fountain Plant, constantly on bund. Hon
qucts,wreatlis Ac., made to ordor,
H. C LEMONS,
maytxlly Near Fair Urounds.
rilEAB, from CO cents to $1.75; also fresh
X around COFFEE, at
II. W. MARSHALL'S
Corner of firovn and West 8(8
LIVE ASSUKANCIJ SOCIKTY
Xo. 120 UnoADWAY, Ni:w Yoi:K,
llnsbecomo the most popular Life Insurance
Conipiny In the world.
ASSKTH OVtT .. ..J20,000'(IOO
INCOMK ,. 8,MK),0(WI
New business during Ihe year 1S72 of tho Com
panics represented In Hutland.
Mutual Life , lU,03T,""r,
PlKcnlx Mutual 21,;bi,J34
charter o.ik 1!,mii,mii
Massachusetts Mutual b,417,"wi
North America i,02l,4Ifi
mcai. Auvisonv" no inn or itF.rmir.NCK !
John N. Haxter,
Ncr. P. Simons,
John A. Mead, M.D.,
Joel Jl. Haven,
(leo. It. llottum,
Charles L. Stlmson,
John W. Crnmtou,
louu j, ueiuou,
Nicholas I.. Davis.
MASON A- VAUOHN,
coi. vv.t. vea7ij.
I1UIINIIA.M ir TKMPLi:.
We am Agents tor the (.illowlnglilrst class
l- ire tiisuraiiee (.ninitaiues.
Aetna, Assets, $0,000,000
imperial " s,ooo,ik
Home, N. Y., " 4,w,00O
Itoyal, " ln,ooo,(i00
Hartford, " 2,2M,(o
Insurance of No. Amerlc.i, Phll.i. " 8,f),(KS)
Franklin " 3,400,000
Phcnlx, N. Y " 2,ono,is)
Phoenix, Hartford " 1,000,000
Springfield " 1 ,0110,000
National, Hart ford " 100,000
These areJJte best known ot all the companies
representee: In Hutland. and sluco we have
represented them tbev hare vaid rmtif vionti to
the citizens ot Hutland ninf vicinity fin nil
other omjmmtt eirmtilneil.
This record Proves their stability andlhelr
willingness lo pay all proper damn.
We conlldentlv cxnect a continuance nt the
liberal patronage which these companies havo
Wc also lenresent tho 'finvelcrs Life and Ac
cident Insurnnco Company. Wo give u better
and cheaper policy than any other Life com
Call and see.
11UHNI1AM IC TEMPLE,
onice, Opera House, Hutland, Vt.
tovf5 and in HVim.
UNN & CHAMTON,
Mnnufaclurers of all kinds of
nnd dealers In
I'LASISHED, HHITANNIA, JAPAN, (1LASS
AND WOODEN WAHES
nf every description.
1IHOOMH, HHI'SIIIIS AND KASKETS.
and n general assortment or
IIOUSi: KlIRNISHINO GOODS.
Special facilities for Jobbing all kinds of
TIN AND (II.ASS WAIIE.
8i!All kinds of iiiitTEit taken In exchange for
NO. 14 MEHCIIANTS' HOW.
Itiitland, Vt May 1, lsi.i.
J E M O V A L .
S. (1. Staley, of tho late firm of Slaley& Lip.
tiilicoii, jius reinuveu mi uustiicss ironi iso. in
Center St., to No. 12 Merchants' How, where he
has formed a Cooartnershln with Messrs. Dunn
& cramton, under the ilrm name ot S, (). Slaley
A-Co. lie will bo pleased to see all or his old
customers, and as many now ones ns will favor
nun W illi u can.
g 0 . S T A I, E Y & C O .
No. 12, Merchants' How,
STOVES AND HOT AIR FURNACES.
Tho Stewart, and Now American Cooking
suives, ior uoui woou unu com, eoiibinniiy on
Iltuiu, .MUiiuiuviuu-inui iiiiu iii-uirn ,11
OOPPEH. TIN AND SHEET IHON WAHE.
P L U M 11 I N t.
In all Its branches; Hath Tubs, Water Closets
inui nun n mei riping, mm rntingsor
TIN HOOl'INO AND JODUINO
Of all kinds promptly attended lo. Nono but
SKiniiii nnu rename workmen einpioyeu.
.(., )VOIlK WAllllAXTM).
XKUESIBKll, 2 IIOOllS NOKTII OF THE Ol'KKA HOUSE
JgURT & SHERMAN
vm YAHDS AMEHIC'AN AND COCIIECO
lOjc. 101c. lOjc. lOjc.
CO.) YAHDS, 4-1 HTIIII'ED AND POLKA DOT
(! A M II It I C S.
If, cent", reduced from 20 cents.
100 LINEN Sl'ITS, WHITE SUITS,
In Muslin and Victoria Lawn, 13 Ml to tnoo.
7(777' ,f- RltKtiirAX
OITer the most elegant variety of choice ,
II I, A 0 K O 0 0 D S
In New England, ot extremely low prices.
Of all kinds, reduced to-day.
l'AHASOLS, LADIES' AND OHIDltEX'H,
Opened new lo-day, verj- handsome and cheap.
HURT'S NKW YORK SHOES.
This Shoe IS VVOrn Very pxlonill-rtH- In Vow
York city, and Is Ihe best, cheapest and Unnd
somest shoe In America.
Ill'HT S. S1IEKMAN
Offer I he largest nnd best variety of Dry (loods,
Sales-room In Vermont.
11UUT & SHKHMAN.
Hutland, July is, IST.t. mjldly
5PHINO OOODH. SPIHN'O nnnns
Wish lo S.1V to the nilbllf that lliei- limn nnw
open for Inspection Ihe best line' of Spring
HOSIERY, (1LOVES, Aci
An elegant line or
sii.k:and WOOL POPLINS,
Itt'TTEHICK'S CELKHRATED PATfKHNS;
I'll and cxmiilne our new line of goods.
KINSMAN Si ROSS
lnyldlj No. 3 Merchants' How. Rutland.
Q A. PARKIIURST & CO.,
Extensive Dealers In
FOIIEION AND DOMESTIC DRY HOODS,
And a complete assortment of;
NOTIONS AND SMALL WARES,
33 MERCHANTS' HOW, , RUTLAND, VT
We tako pleasure lu Informing tho trading
pun lc mat it is our aim to keep tue oest select.
ed stock of (loods In our lino to be found In tho
State. Wo are constantly replenishing our
shelves with tho principal Staple Novelties of
tho Season, making our Establishment the
best for our Interest from which to purchase
your 11111 ituuiis.
We have the Ileal Bargains Hi
DRESS (I O O D S,
BEAU T I F III. SILK S,
An extensive assortment of
For; Men and Boys' ;vear.
(I LOVES, e,
KIDS at tl.oo, fi.ss, i.fiO, tus Per Pair.
Call for Ihe JACQUELINE CORSET host Ilttlng
our prices are sure lo give satisfaction.
C. A. PARKIIUHH1 A- CO.,
mayldtf RUTLAND, VT.
pARKHUHST & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers 111
I' OR El (IN AND DOMESTIC
FANOY OOODS, NOTIONS AC,
:i:i Merchants' How, Rutland, Vermont,
Wo Inillo especial attention of all persons
visiting Rutland, or persons In pursuit of tho
best plnco lo buy goods In our line to our stock,
which embraces tho principal staples of tho
IT IS OUR AIM
To keen constantly In stock. Knee tallies 1
every department worthy or thoattentlon of all
persons In pursuit of Dry ooods.
urn- mm-h 1.1 sL-u-i-ii'u wiiij ureal caro ana
marked at prices to fully correspond with the
We have now on hand specialties In
DOMHSTIO DRY OOODS,
(1I.OVES, HOSIERY, CORSETS,
And In fact we havo bargains 11 every depart
KID fl LOVES, .IB. ijDO, 1,25, 1.B0, 1,T6.
C. A. PARKHUHST, 4. CO.
Rutland, August 0, Wo, mayidtt
EVI O. KINGSLKY,
1IU1LDERS' AND CAUINKT
Weymoulh Fine Finishing nnd Empire Cut
Nails, Iron, steel, chains, 4c.
jn.avnn.-ui 111 'iihii,
,., HLAC'KSMITlt'S STOCK,
Steel, Iron, Picks, Ames' Shovels, Blasting rw-
ui-i- luux-riiineni, proot), ruse, JArge
Drill Files, Steel Striking Ham
mcrs. Handles, sc.
MANILLA HOPE AND CORDAOE.
SAW-MILI, CIRCULMl AND WOOD SAWS,
AND IIOYNTON'S L10IIT.NINO
Oils, Varnishes, Olue, Sand Paper, Brushes, &c.
OLASS AND PUTTY.
A snlendldllneof Table and Pock-pf I'utterv.
oiiruin iiiiu i-ciSEiurs.
F L'llXITU R E .
Parlor Furniture, Center Tables, Mirrors, Kx
iruiiuii 1 unit's, ituusieaus, Aiaiirasses,
Spring Deds, bureaus and Chairs.
Manufacturer of Illacl: Walnut, Chestnut and
Velvet, Ilrussels, Tapestrj-. Three Ply nnd In
arttni (.iirjs'is, uu uioins, sc., c.
COFFINS AND CASKCTS.
ASH MKTA1.I.IU llUKIAI. CASKS.
At L (1. KINOSLKY'S.
Rutland, June 17,1113.
A N D O N & II U N T O O N,
Wholesale and HetallHi'iileii In
IHON, STEEL. NAILS, Jto., Ac, Jcc.
general " Assortment of
;h Ei.TiK'n, 1. a 0 1 n is, sc.
TIMOTHY, OLOYEIt, AND JALL
NOVA SCOTIA PLASTER,
LODI MANUFACTURING CO.'S POUDRETTE.
A FDI.I. I.IKE OF
0 II E A P
Ft O R
R.'ARRKTT'S OLD 'S T O K E.
jpv H A N (' I f 1 1 1
F I R K
Representing ntteen of tlio Largest and
Strongest Companlesin tho United States and
OENEKAI. AOENOV FOR VERMONT
LYCOMING FIRE INSURANCE CO.
ituie Issued IHJllcles for THIRTY-THREE
YEARS, and paid over t4,424,44.ii for losses
LA HO EST
mutual; fire insurance co.
IN THE WORLD.
INCOME LAST YKAH, 1,091,4(W 00
.Policies on the
CASH OR 'MUTUAL PLAN,:
FOR RUTLAND AND ADDISON COUNTIES
FARMERS' .MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO.
THE BEST COMPANY IN THE STATE FOR
tr Insures nothing but detached dwellings,
barns and contents
Ily this plan, FARMERS' only pay for losses
on FAMt PDOPKliry. No harardous prop-
(rty Insured by this Company.
$oo!tsi, .Stationery, &t.
JoolCS. ST A T I O N P. R Y & (' .
SPAL'LDIXO V CO.
Hnie a lame slock nf Hooks comlsllng of
or dllTereiit sDes and MJlei,
I'.h-l.i-t isibles inui 'I'cstninciitr., large nndriiinll.
I'lti.ier Hoiks, III inn lliul.s, lieviitloniil
li.Ktki, mid till lint 1 h ,1 ui l.i r boi,ki
tu the day it'ielied us suou
Jll:.MLE HOOKS AND TOY HOOKS,
Oaiiit-i, lt,i-kaiiiiiion Hoitt id, Chenn nd Checker
lot the latest stjles, plain and tinted.
INITIAL CTOirlSII 110NK TO OlttlBK.
Inks In Iilack, Violet, Blue and Caimlne.
Pens. Pen-boldcrs, Pencils, Slntes, Pocket Hooks
and Wallets, Ladles' Port e-ioonnalcs, Hrack
cls, Hall Pockets, Tonel Hacks, Slipper
Cases, lilncklr.g Cases. Easle's Hook
Slides nnd Shelies, Jewel Stands
nnd boxes In Carved wood,
Match safes, Writing
Desks and Work
Materials for Wax Flowers, olass shades, Vases,
Parian statuary, Hronm Oroups
inui V nscs,stei eoicoies and Views, Photographs
Lithographs steel Engratlngs
In Voliet, Holly Wood, Ac. All klndsof Picture
Framing done 10 order and In Ihe best Mjle.
N K W S I) E POT.
Dally and Weekly Papers supplied.
We Invite alt wishing goods In our lino to call
and examine our stock before purchasing.
SPAULDING A- CO.,
No. 1, Merchants' How, RUTLAND, VT.
(Bvomiris & grouisions.
2 S g g
AJI STONE CUTTER CO.AIPANY,
Sole proprietors and manufacturers of the
STONE CHANNELING OR QUARRYING MA
CHINE, For cutting stone Into various sizes and di
mensions ;iN ALL KINDS Of QUARRIES.
OFFICE AND SIlOCS,
JOHN W. CRAMTON, Prcs't.
GEORGE E. HOYCE, Treas.
CHARLES CLARK, SeCy.
GEO. J. WAHDWKLL. Supt,
mi l ly
SCRAP IRON AND STEEL, OLD
uMarblo Saws and Currency taken In ex
change for Nails at the
HUTLAND NAIL WORKS.
West of Lincoln Iron Works,
JJ R. DYER,
NO. 15 MERCHANTS' ROW,
Iron and Lead Pipe, Portable and Stationary En
gines ; Rotary Steam, Force and Cistern I'uinps ;
Leather and Rubber Belting; Rubber Hose und
Packing; Rubber Overcoats, Gloves and Mil
tens; Steam and Water Gauges ; Water, Steam
and Gas Flttlmrs, nnd Fixtures, nil kinds ; Flax
and Soapstone Packing; Cotton Waste, Plumb
STEAM, WATER AND OAS FITTING
Done nt short notice, nnd at prices adapted ten
Rutland, May 1, 18T3 myldcm
JLUMniNG AND GAS FITTING.
COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
Having lensed rooms No. !. Merchants' Row;
lnStorowlthH.lt. Djer, I am prepared to do
all work In my line In a workmanlike manner
at reasonable rates.
PLUMIIINQ AND OAS FITTING GOODS
supplied at tho lowest rates.
ttr orders by mall promptly attended to.
M. D. JENNESS,
Rutland, May 29, 1S73. d3m
Q.BOVEK & It A K E R ' S
NEW IMPROVED LOCK-STITCH
SEWING M A C II I N E S .
Makes tho stitch alike on both sides. Light
running, complete tn attachments. For sale by
E. N. JIERRIAM.
110 PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
Tho GLOBE Pajier Co., havlug duplicates of
tho follow Ing articles orrcr them for sale at low
Steam Engine, suitable for running presses,
Hoe Card Press,
Smith Hand Press,
Iron Framo Paper Cutter,
Two Rule Mllerlng Machines,
Two ralrs News Chases
Two sets Column Rules,
And numerous other articles used Hi a Printing
PASTURE LAND IN PITTSFORD
For sale or rent, Ono hundred and twenty-
nve acres of line PASTURE land located one and
one-halt miles from Plttstord Village. Atiiirsm
or call on E. P. HITCHCOCK, under National.
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