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RUTLAND, ArT., WEDNESDAY" MOONING, AUGUST 13,
VOL I.... NO. 80.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
iKltMONT CENTKAIi AND
Y LAND HAII.HOADS.
On and after Monday, .tunc Al, H73, trains
will run as rollows, (sundajs excepted' :
UOINd SOITII ASM KIST.
Leaie Itutland nt t:Miand iaa a. in.,iuul U:n
and r.:i) p. in.
.MAIL. Leave Ogdensburg nt C:in p. m St.
Albans nt o-;n a. in.. Ilnrlliijtton nt 8:10 a, in.,
I'urt Henry nt "HMi. m., Hutlnnil nl 12:10)1. in.,
Mellow Fulls nt 2:30 p. in., arrhlng nt Now tril
lion nt 9:30 p. m., connecting with steamer for
NKW YOllK KXI'HKSS. Leaves St Albans nt
0:00 n. in., llurllngton 10:'iii n. m., nrrlUng In
Itutland nt 1:Mp. in.
NK111T UXl'ltKSS. leaves Ogdonsburgnt 18
.IS p.m., I'latlsburg 8:30 p.m., Montreal 3:30 p.m.,
St. .Johns 4:M p. In., St. Albans ":20 p. in., llur
llngton 9:10 p. in., itutland 1S:tt) n. in., Hollows
Fails, 3:2.1 n. in., arrUlngnt New London nt 11:15
MIXED THAIS. Leaves llurllngton nt S:00 p.
m arriving In Itutland at 7:40 p. m. I,eaes
Itutland nt 4:30 a. in., Bellows Falls 7:43 a. m.,
(accommodation train), nrrlvlug nt New London
ut MO p. m.
MIXK1) THAIN. leaves Itutland nt K:oo p. m.
arriving In llellows Falls at 10:k) p. in.
Leaves Itutland at 1:43 and Is: to a. in., and 2:30
ami 5:05 p. m.
at ATI tjuvfa New Tnilnn nt f.:00 n. 111..
Sprliigneld 8:00 n. in., Boston 7:30 a. in., llellows
Fallsil:45., Itutland 2:30p. m., nrrUIng at Fort
Henrv at 9:00 P. in., Burlington 6:00 p. in., St.
Albans 0:40 n. in.. Montreal 9:45 p. in., oguens-
burg 1:45 a. m., making- connections with trains
ror i lie v est. . .
KXl'liKHS Loaves Itutland at C:05 p. in., St.
Albans nt s:55 p. m.
NIUHT KXFJI ess. leaves New London nt
2:45 p. m., Mprlnglleldnt 8:18 p. in., connecting
with train leaving New York at 3:uo p. in., Bel
lows Falls 11:20 p. m., connecting with irnln
leaving Boston nt ft:3op. m., Itutland 1:43 a. in.,
Burlington 4:40 n. m St. Albans 0:10, nrrlvlug
In Montreal at 9:45 it. m I'ialtsburg at 12:00 in.,
and Ogdensburg nt 12:35 p. m., connecting with
trains for the West.
M1XKD THAIN. Leaves Itutland at 5:40 a. in.
Leave Burlington nt 9:30 n. m., St. Albans 12:00
in., arriving in Ogdensburg nt 8:50 p. m. nnd St.
Johns nt 3:50 p. in.
MIXED THAIN. Leaves Bellows Falls nt 4:30
n. m., arriving In Itutland nt !:2o a. in.
ACCOMMODATION. Leaves New London nt
8:10 a. m., Bellows Falls 0:oo p. in., arriving In
Itutland at 8:35 p. in.
Trains leave Burlington going east, tor Mont
peller, &c., at 0:55 a. in., 12:30 p. in. and 7:55 p. m.
Trains leave Bellows falls going north, for
Whtto Itlver Junction, &c., nt 8:30 n. in. and
11:45 a.m., and 5:55 nnd 11:20 p. in.
Connkctions. At Itutland with ltenssclncr &
Saratoga and Ilnrlcm Kxtcnston liallroads j at
Bellows Falls with Cheshire ltallrond; nt South
Vernon with Connecticut Hirer ltallrond.
WSlecplng enrs nro attached to night trains
between St. Albans nnd Troy, nnd Burlington
nnd Boston. OYLKS MEltltILL,
St. Albans. Vt Juno 3d. 1873.
AMiEM EXTENSION ltAILHOAD.
CHANGE OK TIME
1973. SUMMKIt AltltANOEMKSTS.
On and after Monday, June gotli, 1872, trains
will run as follows:
MIXED. Leaves Itutland at 3:00 a. in., con
necting at State Lino with train for Troy.
MAIL. Leaves Itutland .3o a. m., and mak
ing close connections nt Chatham 4 corners
with trains for New York, Albany, Hudson, and
both east and west on It. & A. It. It.
MIXED. Leavo Itutland at 2.25 p. in., to Ben
nington nnd Troy.
SUNDAY MILK THAIN (with passenger car
attached). Leaves Itutland at 7.30 n. m.
Kill land to Now York - - - $5 50
' to Albany, .... s os
" to Hudson, .... 3 no
8fNo lay over checks given.
AHHIVE AT HUTLAND.
Mall, .3S p. m.; Mixed, 12.03 p. in.; mixed,,
7.30 p. in.
F. C. WHITE, Supt.
Itutland, June 14. 1872. mayld&wlt
LOHE PAPER COMPANY.
I'l'BLISIlEItS I'HINTEltS STATIONKIt
ulaxk uooKZiuxtm ctiiiihiis,
Having purchased the Wholesale Paper and
stationery business of II. A. Sawyer, nnd the
J'rlntlng business of .las. K. Mo Lean, with the
addition of a complete Uook-Blndery, they have
consolidated the whole Into one business, and
moved the same Into the new and commodious
"fllobc Building," erected especially for the
use of the Company.
With one of tho most complete Printing De
partments of any establishment In the State,
under the supervision of one of the best practical
printers In the country, they are prepared to do
nil kinds of plain and ornamental work In tho
roost approved manner and on short notice.
Our Jobbing Department will comprise full
lines of Writing Tapers both folded and Hat,
Envelopes, (Note, Letter nnd Ofllclal,) Blank
Books ot every description, School Books,
Slates, Pens, Pencils, Inks, Law Blanks, Cut
lery, Wrapping Papers of all kinds, Paper Bags,
Flour Hacks, Twines and Cordage, Wooden
Ware, Matches, Brushes, Blacking, Blueing,
4C, Ac. This Department will bo found well
stocked nnd worthy the attention of closo buy.
The Bindery will bo under the charge of ono
of the most thorough workmen to be found in
itho State, and all work will bo executed in the
.best stylo and with dispatch.
With men of long experience In charge, and
with extcnslvo facilities for conducting their
business In Its several department, they pre
sent one of the most complete establishments
of the kind to bo found outside the cities, and
solicit the patronage of the Public, feeling con
tldent that they can Insure the wants ot nil
upon the most favorable terms.
OLOBK PAPEH CO.
fllAQS. Wo have now in stock an assort-
X mcnt of Dcnnlson'H Patent Direction
Labels and Merchandise Tags, which wo will
sell at manufacturer's prices.
Wo have also a good stock: of " Phillip's Se-
ouritv HooK-Taiw." a very convenient and ser
viceablo article for merchants. Among Us ad.
vantages arc: Goods can bo more readily mark,
ed than by any other means; tho tag Is so so
curely locked that It cannot become detached
from tho goods; no chauco of tho tag becoming
detached from the hook; no polnW projecting
to toar other goods or your lingers, They nro
sate, strong and cheap. Call und examine
them. OLOUF. PAPER CO,
Merchants using printed wrapping will do
well to consult us before ordering, us wo make
.us low figures as New York or Boston Houses,
und irlvo better accommodations in assorting
low, while a great saving enn be mado on
3BE PAPER CO.
-ROOK WINDING. Wo nro now ready
w 10 receive uruurs ior uu sinus oi wont.
PLOUE PAPER CO.
rilAOS. Wo sell Dcnnlson's Tacs
L Printers and Stationers nt Dcnnlson's
lowest wholesale prices,
GLOBE PAPER CO.
"DIUNTING. Anything from a Card to
Mr b urmtr. nentlv and uromDtlv executed.
We have asgood facilities as any other estab-
itsnmeni in wo ovuvr. v,v 7 ,
tnis line, irive uo a ihui. oiiii.iib"-' ii.
iZii ULOBE CO.
O. T. V It O S S,
Manufacturer of nnd Dealer In
FINISHING Ll'MBLIt, SIIINtlt.KS, LATH,
CI.AI'BOAltDS, AND Sl'ltlU'I! I.ITMI1KII,
HOOKS, SASH, BLINDS, SitH'Lll
INtlS, BKACKETS, WIN
DOW FRAMES &'
Scroll Saw lug of all kinds, Planing, Matching
and (Hazing done to order. Ynrd nnd Mill 1 or
nor of I'nlon and Furnace Streets, near 1 rclght
Depot, Jtut land, Vt.
in N. MKHHIAM'S PEltFICT KIT
lit TINO SHIKTS. What they say of them.
"I never had any shirts that fitted inn so well
as t hose made by you." B, II. III. ill.
"The shirts an- received, and nt not like u
shirt ona bean polo, l"''!,-.
"The first shirts I cer had that suited mo.
The tit Is perfect In eer respect."
j027dly B. W. MAHSHALL.
CURTAIN CORNICES OF HI.ACK
Walnut, or nil (Hit, made 1""$". ur
tain Kings, Tassels and Cords. DliAItllOKN S
QHOW CASES, CORNER, CLOCK
O and Mantle Shelves made tu order, with
Plain or Moulded edge?.,, "I'ACKETH roweil In
different stjles at DKAUBOIIN'H
New mouldings von pictuhe
Framing, Chromes, Lithographs, und
if r.rtJiiitrii.s r.
DKC'.HtATIONOFCiiritCllES, HALLS AND
Oood llrst-class work at reasonable prices.
Many ) ears experience In Ihe business. Ciiine
and see my work
No. 1, Wales, Cor. West street.
J.v12dtm Itutland vt.
"i.Ti. m o it i: ii o r s i:,
Opposite Central House - - HUTLAND, Vt.
HUTLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Manufacturers nnd wholesale dealers lit
WOOD AND CHAIN SEAT CIIA1HS, BED
STEADS AND CIIAtll STOCK.
Comer of West nnd Forest sts,
L. Aiwoon, Agt. (I. C. ltl'imi.Ks, Treas.
T W. K I N 0 ,
.Manufacturer und wholesale nndiolall dealer In
SASH, DOOItS, BLINDS
MOULDINGS, BRACKETS. AND HOUSE l'UR.
OF KVKUV DKSCI1IITI0N.
FCIINACK STUKKT, HC1HNII, Vr.
Orders by mall or otherw Iso promptly attend
ed to. in) till f
,T. .1. OUINDON,
15 I- A C K S M I T II .
articular attention paid to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted. Shop on
WKSr ST., NKAK OI.IVMl MAHUI.E W011KS,
inayld3m HUTLAND, VT.
LINCOLN IRON AVOUKS.
Marblo Mill und Hoisting Machinery of the
most improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings nnd general ma
Steel and Iron wire nope nt .iinnutaciurer s
UUllllIlU, tl., .UUJ 1,1910, mujiuil
A. II. IIAWLEY,
COSTIUVVOll A XI) PRACTICAL SliATJill,
Ho Is nrenarcd to do all work promptly und
well. Orders can be left at J. E. Glynn's store
on Merchants' Row, or nt the llnrdwell House.
litftrtiietK Rockwood Barrett, Rutland: L. M.
Mason, President of First National Bank, De
troit, Michigan; Hon. .1. M. Marvin, Saratoga
L I V E R V .
If you wish n nice TUHN OUT, go to
C. V . RICIIAltD SON'S,
(Late 1). Whltcomb's,)
Ckntek Stheet, Hltlakd, Vkkmont.
c.irefnl drivers nnd the llncst of Carriages.
Stables open at all hours. Horses baited.
in30dtf . F. HICIIAHDSON, PiioriUKTOii.
ARM FOR SALE.
The subscribers offer for sale llielr farm, sit
uated about two miles from the Milage of Bel
lows Falls, on the Chester road, well known
JOHN CLAItK FARM,
Containing about three hundred and fifty acres
of land; two dwelling houses, three barns and
iwu tenant nouses, near uie ruiuuuu irui-K,
Tho tenant houses are new. The ianre farm
house has been thoroughly repaired and paint
ed, with new piazza In front and end, new front
lence, an in tue most suusiaiuiai aim iuhiciui
manner, making it a dcslrablo residence.
Neorly three-fourths of n mile of new water pipe
from a never-falling fountain supplies nil the
OVER TWO THOUSAND DOLLAltS
has been expended within tho past two years
on buildings and fences, besides the tenant
houses. Tho land Is adapted to the raising of
all kinds of crops. Somo llfty acres uro well
adapted for tobacco. The land Is now under a
good statu of cultivation, by hnUug been fed
out a largo amount of hay und grain the 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 the farm laying westerly, divided Into
pasture und tillage land, with a surilclent sup-
liy ui woou ior ine premises, nuuuiuu so near
ne village oi ucuows irniis a wnugu growing
more rantdlv than unv nlnco within the State.
and with its unlimited water power, which Is
fast being Improved, must continue to Increase
in a still larger proiiortlon In tho future makes
ll mo most, uesirauie luriu in iiiusu put is.
session given immediately, except tho mill
yard, and that In ono year. Jwiulro of tho sub
scribers on the premises; or Joseph Wilson,
Hrm of J. Wilson K Co., near the depot; or Wil
der Hopkins, at West Rupert, Vt.
llelluws Falls, May 1, 1878. myl-dtt
GEORGE C. NEWMAN,
R E A L E STAT E 1J It O K E 11 ,
Ofllcc : Derby's Block, 2d Floor Front.
First class vlllaire and farm property for sale
and to let. Money to loan on notes, mortgages,
life policies nnd other approved securities.
The subscriber offers for snlo tho
HOUSE AND LOT, 81 COTTAGE STREET,
Corner William Street.
Houso Is in irood repair, contains 12 rooms, gas
and water above and below. Ijcntlon desirable.
Cellar alway dry and well vontllated. Darn has
accommodations for two horses, or horse and
cow. Good barn cellar.
A portion of tho furnlluro win uosoiu wiui
uiu uouse ii uessreu.
Possession given at any time,
C. II. l'OltBKS.
Rutland, June d 1873. - dtt
I7"ANTED Ten relinblo and energetic
?V salesmen to sell the World Henowncd
Ellas Howo Hewing Machine, on Salary or Com
mission. Apply, corner of Center und Wales
Direeis, iiuiiuuu, i. .
J, W, KERSHAW, Manager.
TrOOD CHOPPERS WANTED TO
T T cut BOO corus of uara wooa in Menaon.
Apply to Geo, W. Ciiawjk, Jit., Merchants1
TVAILY STAGE UETWEEN RUT.
XJ LAND AND STOCKURIDOK. .
Arrive at Itutland 12 m., leave Rutland 1 :00 p.m.
storting from tho Uardwell House.
If- Connections nt Stockbrldgo wlthsUjM
or jiocnester and uetnei.
myJd3m n, II. TUPPKU, 1 fOf'r,
HAIL E Y b P A It M E N T E H 8
S 1 L V E It S M I T II S.
Wehaothe largest and best assortment of
Watches ever offeied 111 this market.
(1 O I. D CHAINS.
Ill large supply, embracing every variety o
si) le desirable for Ladles' or Oentleineus' wear.
.1 E W K L It Y ,
In rich abundance, and more coming.
Stl.VKH ri.tTKD AND STEKI FOR TABLE l'S.
our stuck Is large, and we sell at low prices.
S I L V E It (1 O CDS.
SII.VKIt SI'OOSH OF OFII OWN' MANfFAOTUIiK.
ROGERS' BROTHERS PLATED FORKS
Tea Sets, Castors, .Vc all the best.
S P K C T A O L E S
Tu lit those who cannot see well.
A new thing without frames.
Call and see for) ourselves at
BAILKY AND PARMENTKHS',
17 Mekciiants' row.
yr e e ic s a n a it u e it
AT NO. 1, OPERA HOUSE BLOCK,
Keep a full assortment of the following
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
FRENCH CHINA WARE,
TABLE GLASS WARE,
SILVER PLATED WARE,
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
TASSELS AND CORDS,
LAMPS ANIl LANTERS,
Wholesale and Retail,
LAMP CHIMNEYS and BURNERS,
Wholesale and Itetall,
MATTRAS8E8 and LOUNGES, and
mayldlt DONE TO ORDER.
S. J- L00P'
Wholesale dealer In
CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDY
lUfOllTEK ANIl WUOI.KSAI.E IIEAI.EK
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
The attention ofTown Agents, Physicians
and Druggists Is especially called to our wines,
as they are unsurpassed for medical purposes,
coming from one of (he oldest vineyards In
California. All goods guaranteed pure and sat
isfactory, or to be returned nt my expense.
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN, STS.,
(I-andon & Iluntoou's Block,)
Rutland. Vt. myltf
RAXTEIt NATIONAL RANK,
- - 4.!100,000.
II. Henry Baxter,
II, F. IxmiRor,
J. N, Baxter,
Or.o. K. RorcE,
(lEOIUIE R, 1I0TTCS1,
J. W, ClUUTON,
N. T. KrHAOVE, Jit.
W. C. DCNTON,
W. C. Landon,
Made and remitted for at Lowest Hates,
INTEBEST ALLOWED ON TIME PXrOSITS.
A general Banking and Exchange buslnoss
II. IlHNltV Hi ITER, PrOftt, J, N. lUITBK, V. PrCSt,
Georoi It. Bottom, Cashier.
11 It 0 K E n ,
17 1IUO AD STUKKT, -VJflC YOHK,
Stocks, Governments and Gold bought and told
tr Interest allowed on deposits. inayl2dtf
OUR STATIONERY DEPAUTMENT
comprlsos a full line of staple goods,
flrst-clans paiwrs, folded and. flat, -ruled und
plain, all weights and sizes. Envelopes of all
grades and colors, drug, pay, note, letter, oftl
flal and document, nil nrst-class goods und
prices low, order a sample lot,
GLOBE PAPKll CO.
g M. I1IXHY & CO.'S
TWO GUMS FOR HOUSEHOLD t'SK.
Iiixnv's French I.ai'ndhv iiu'k.
Ilixuv's Best Shoe IIi.ickinii.
rjHir GREAT SOH'il AMERICAN
.lUHUHEIU IILOOD PURIFIKR.
Is tho most lxiwerful cleanser, strengtliCner
ami lenioier or Glandular Obstructions known
to Materia Medlcn.
It Is specially ndnnted to constitutions " worn
down" und debilitated by the warm weather of
Spring nnd summer, when the blood Is not In
active circulation, consequently gathering Im
purities from sluggishness and Imperfect nctlon
or tho secretive brgnns, and is munircstcd by
Tumors, Eruptions, Blotches, Bolls, Pustules,
Scrofula, Ac., Ac,
When weary nnd languid from overwork, and
dullness, drowsiness nnd inertia take the place
of energy and vigor, the system needs a tonic
to build It up und help the Vital I'urces lo re
gain their cuperntlve power.
Hi the hem of Hummer, frequently, the Liver
nnd Spleen do not properly perform their func
llons; tho Uterine and Urinary Organs nro In
ncthe, producing weakness of the stomach and
Intestines nnd u predisposition tu blltuiis de
rangement. DR. WELLS'
E X T It A C T O F .1 U It I II E 11 A
Is prepared directly from the South American
Plant, nnd is )ecilllurly suited In all these dim.
cuttles; It will cleanse the Vitiated Blood,
strengthen (he Llfe-GUlug Powers, and remou
all obstructions from
IHI'AIREI) AND ENFEF.DI.E1I 0IUIANS,
11 should bo freely taken, as Jurubeba Is pro
nounced by medical writers the most efficient
Purlllcr, Tonic nnd Doobstruenl known In the
whole range nt medicinal plants.
JOHN (J. KKI.I.OGG,1SPIattstreet,New York.
Sold by Druggists. Sole Agent for the United
stntes. Price one Dollar per Home. Send for
Clrculur. Julyl4 dw4w
'rrORKING CLASS. .Mule or female,
T ? $cno a week guaranteed. Respectable
oinplojmcnt at home, day or cloning; no capi
tal required; mil Instructions and valuable
package of goods sent free bv mail. Address,
with six cent return stninp. M. YOUNG A CO.,
173 Greenwich street. N. Y. Julyl4 dw4w
"VfEYEIt NEGLECT A COUGH. Notli-
1 1 In lt Is iiinre eorfnln In l-iv tlm riiniiihitliiii
for rutin i' evil consequences. I
WELLS' 0AR1SOL1C TAR LETS
nro a sure cure for nil diseases of tho Respira
tory Organs, Sore Throat, Colds, Croup, Diph
theria, Asthma, Catarrh, Hoarseness, Dryness
of the Throat, Windpipe, or Bronchlnl 'l ubes,
and nit diseases of the Lungs.
In all cases of sudden cold, however taken,
these Tablets should be promptly nnd freely
used. They equalize the circulation ot the
blood, mitigate the severity of the attack, and
will, in n very short time, restore healthy nctlon
to the nffected orgnns.
Wells' Carbolic Tablets nre put up only In
blue boxes. Take nosubstllules. Utheycnn't
be round at your druggist's, send nt once to the
agent In Now York, who will forward them by
Don't be decclied by Imitations.
Sold by druggists. Price 25 cents a box.
JOHN (J. KELLOGG, 1S Piatt St., New York.
Send for Circular. S'llc Agent tor the United
-1 n PER CENT. NET. Tho Iowa
JLJ Ian and Trust Company will Invest
money on llrst-clnss Real Estate ut 10 per cent.
Interest, net, payable semi-annually In New
York, nnd will guarantee the collection or nil
loans mado through Its agency. All charges
paid by the borrower. Plcaso write, berore in
vesting, ror Now York nnd New England refer
ences, and full particulars, samtel Merrill,
(lato Governor of Inwn,) President. Address
JAMES B. HKAKTWELL, Secretary, Drawer 107
Des Molncs Iowa lulyl4 ilw4w
CONSTANT EMPLOYMENT. Agents
wanted, cither sex. $30 a week warranted.
No capital required. Full particulars and snin
plo sent free. Address, with cent return
stamp, C. ROSS, box 142 Williamsburg N. Y.
Prof. FOWLER'S GREAT WORK
on Manhood, Womanhood and their Mutual
Inter-relations; Love, Its Laws, Power, etc.
Agents nre selling from 20 to 30 copies of this
work n day, and we send a c.inwisslng book free
to any book ngents. Address, stilting experi
ence, etc.. NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO., Phll
delphla, Pa. Jyl4d.tw4w.
"IX TltlTEl'OH LARGE ILLUSTRATED
TV Price List. Address, GREAT WESTERN
GUN WORKS, No. 179, Smlthtlcld St., Pittsburg,
Pa. Breech-loading shot-guns, $40 to f:nio.
Double shot-guns, t-s to $150. single guns. t3 to
$20. ltllles, $s to $15. Revolvers, $11 to $25. Pis
tols, $1 to $-3. Gun material, ilshlug tackle
Large discount to dculers or clubs. Army guns,
reolvers, Ac, bought or traded ror. Goods
sent by express C, o. D. to bo examined before
paid fur. Jyl4d.v.iv4v
"AMPHORINE " cures every pain,
J Ac. Try It. Sold by all diugglsts,
REUBEN I10YT, Prop'r, New York.
CM A 1 t) OA In four works caiiviis
UDrcX (Ovs sing was ono agent's pro
fit on Bryant's Library 1'oetry ami nuiui ; $70
In one week on The Stw lltlmtleeir' Manuel,
byMlssBeecher and .Mrs. Stowe. Any active
man or women canhae un ngency. J, 11. FORD
A: CO., New York, Boston, Chicago and San
Francisco. July 21 dAw4w.
v7kth THOUSAND IN PRESS. SALE
JtJ Increasing, 2,000 morn I.lie Agents
Wanted for our
LIVINGSTONE 2S YEARS IN AFRICA,
Over coo pages, only $2.50. Lookout for Inferior
works. Send forclrcularnnd proof of the great
est success of the season. Report Just In, 1S4
subs. In six days. HUBBARD BROS,, Pub's, ra
Washington St., Boston, .ul)21dAw4v.
WORK OF INTENSE INTEREST
and Intrinsic value.
O C E A N ' S S T O R Y .
By tho gifted son of the famous "Peter Parley."
Tho result ot great historical research : An
Authentic History ot Navigation nnd Its Mnnl
fold Discoveries since tho Flood. Abounds with
startling Incidents, fearful disasters, lawless
piracies, bloody battles and glorious achieve
ments; ulso describes dlMng, telegraphing,
ocean tlsherles, etc, (her sou spirited cuts.
Snblect new. Price low. Agents wanted.
IIU1IIIAHI) BROS., Pubs, ta Washington street,
THE CHEAPEST AND BEST.
Cures and prevents nil diseases Incident to the
" RATIONAL HORSE-SHOEING,"
Willi plates, Illustrating how to pei form'opera-
tlons and cure foot troubles. Sent by mall on
receipt of 0110 dollar.
Send stamp for circular to
41 Dey S(., New York.
.JUTLAND MAHULE COMPANY,
WIIOI.HSAI.P. DEAI.KliS IN
BLOCK & SAWED MAltBLE.
qUAIIKIKS AND MILLS,
0. N BAXTER, BHpt. WEST HUTLAND, Vt.
All the griidu of Itutland Marble, in the
shape or slabs ot various thicknesses required
for Furniture, Mantel, nnd Decorative Work, as
well us cemetery uses; also Cublo Stock for
Monumental and Building purposes, Including
liases, Strips, and Posts, may bo round on our
yaru at uu nines.
Our extcnslvo nrrnugemcnts for tho produc
tion ot Marblo, In tho way or Ouarrylug Ma
chinery, nnd Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
ot saws, placo us 111 position to supply tho
wants of tho Trade. Wholesale and Retail
Dealers, Builders, Furnlturo-Men, and gen
eral Manufacturers will nnd It to their Interest
to lavor us wnu iiieir oruers.
RUTLAND MARBLE CO,
U S C A T
0 It A P E H
11. W, MAltSHALL'S.
(Si'rjmKs ami groilsiions.
T NO. 2.1 MERCHANTS ROW.
All, EtNPS OF O00US
D O W N ! D () W N 1 !
, 3 lbs. HYSON TEA for 90 cents.
n bs. OOLONG TEA for 90 cents.
3 lbs. YOUNG HYSON TEA for tl.oo.
Valentin Raisins, 10 cents per lb.
Layer Raisins, 12 cents tier lb.
Rutland and We) mouth Nails, Cutlery, Flour,
Meal and Grain, nnd n thousand things too nu
merous to mention, us long windy advertise
ments rust, which customers, Indirectly, have to
JAMES E. GLYNN.
Rutland, t. June 19. lunein iliwlin
rpiIK CLOSING OUT HALE
of a stock of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
(.'ROCKERY, GLASSWARE, AC, AC,
II A H C O M M E N C E D .
Will avail themselves of the opportunity which
It ffords to replenish I heir stock of household
If Kory article Is sold at cost or less.
. I'I.EASK CAM. AXII I.KAISX I'ltlCES.
G. W. CHAPLIN, Jtt
No. 9, MERCHANTS' HOW, RUTLAND.
J" A I) E N ,
Wholes.ile and Relall Healers In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED FRUITS, PICKLES, Ac.,
ANIl FANCY GOODS.
Also, Dealers 111
DRY GOODS, SHAWLS, DRESS GOODS,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, Ac, Ac.
An assortment o(
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Constantly on .hand.
AGENTS FOR MAIL STEAMERS TO AND
:-DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT ON THE
HANKS OF ENGLAND, IRELAND. SCOTLAND
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN STS.
1 8 fi 7 . 1 H 7 II .
O L I) It E D S T O It E.
mtnt'h'nKS axj I'ltnvisihYH.
CHEAP FOR CASH.
inajllf Merchants' How,
jp H I, T O N' MA Illv ET.
IDUNTON A' IIAYWAK1I
.Ml kinds ol Meats. Fish. Vegetables nnd
i' runs 111 uieir season,
Kliigsley A: Sprague's Block, Merchants' How,
Q. R E E It T U R N E It
70 WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Offer for Nale all the vai Ions irrades of lloilned
Sugar of Huprrlor (Quality ut the lowest Market
Pilces. A superior qualliyjif White Sugarfor
l onieci UJIM 1 s use, .sisu,
WHITE COFFEE A,
COFPEE EXTRA O,
And the lower gradesor
r k j, i, 0 ir ,s- ir a a it .
Orders to bo addressed to our office in New
York, 70 wan street, cor. pearl.
Parties ordering 10 barrels can hn)o them as.
Terms Thirty days, or Cash In T days, less
pel tvin, instuuiii.
IJATTY'S NABOB PICKLE H
.1 J Crosse k Blackwell's Pickles, llalford's
WorcesW-rslilro Sauce, Nabob Sauce, in tact
nearly all kinds ot English Pickles can be round
... 11 XI' IIIIIUIIII IKI
lib 1 .'i.tll.Jll.k.,1, l,
Y E 1 N G
Failed GarmentH and Currlairu lluluirs Cleaned
and colored by u new chemical process so that
you can uaruiyuisuisunguum mem iruin new,
Scouring and pressing light suits neatly exe
cutcd. Persons having nuy such Jobs they w Ian
10 nave uone, win piense can at iny uja jiuuse,
Washington street, opraslto Town Hall.
All goods sent by Express promptly dono and
reiurueu. auwoik giiuranteeu.
It J. KILIIUIIN,
augsdlm Washington Street,
Ctotctjs and ininy ilooms.
A II D W E L L ROUS E .
.. II'. Cll Ail TO X, I'roprittor.
The BARDWEI.L HOUSE Is located oppoilto
he DelMit. nnd hns loinf been rnvrimtilv Vnnwn
to the traveling public. It has been" recently
tinnroed. how niTordlntf the best itmi mnt
ample accommodation to guests.
. The TABLE will be supplied Willi nil the
luxuries or tho Seuson, nndevery attention will
be paid to tho comfort or Its patrons.
in me luiiire. ns 111 1110 past, the proprietor In-
eilllS to Illlike It II lll-Ht-pl.-lRS IlnilsiintTnrilltitr
all tho comforts of n homo to the traveler. The
puone iiiiiruniige is solicited.
A GOOD LIVERY III connect Ion with the
Attentive PORTERS will lie fininil nt tlm 11,..
iot on the ai rival of all trains.
J AKU DUN MO HE HOUSE,
E. I'. HITCHCOCK', PiHifiiiKioi!.
.1. W. PORTER. MAMlflCK.
This well known and popular Hotel, situated
on the shores of Lake Diinmore. has been re
cently put In thorough repair. Several new
Cottages have been built and newly furnished,
and will be opened Juno 1st, lorlhe reception ot
boarders and tourists. mayssdtf
rilHE EQUINOX HOUSE, Manchkstkh,
X Vermont. Draw Inir room cars run tlirnuvh
without change, from New York lo Manchester,
by 10:40 a 111, train. Ma N, Y. A- Harlem railroad.
Passengers by Hudson river steamers, tcaWng
New Yoik nt 0 p. m., connect at Troy wlthsa.
m. train, nrrlvlngnt Manchester nt Pi.ij a. 111.
A train loaves Troy at 5 p. m.nrrlWhgnt Man
chester at 7"4' p. 111.
Tralnsleae Rutland for Manchester at3a.
111., 9:30 a. m. and 2:25 p. 111. On Sundaj.s nt 7:30
a. in. Address
jyiod F, II. ORVIS.
F A It M E It S HO T E L ,
Freiout Street, - - JUTLAND, VT.
A FIRST CLASS
M E A T M A It K E T
IN HOTKI. 1UII.DINO.
J. E. JOHNSON, Proorietor.
J . W . F I S II E H s;
N E W DINING R O CMS,
Central House Block, .Merchants' Row,
Warm Meals served at all hours of the dav
and evening. ma) UI3m
N K W DINING H A L L ,
In rooms runner!)' occupied by J. W. Fisher
KINGSI.KY A SPRAGUE'S block,
WARM MKAt-S SKItVKII AT All. HOIIRs.
jgNOCH MORGAN'S SONS'
S A 1' OLIO
sa substitute tor Soan tor all Household nur-
Kise-, except washing clothes.
S A 1' O L I O
fur Cleunlntr )our House will saictho lnlior of
one cleaner. Gle It a trial
S A 1' O L I O
ror Windows Is better than Whiting or Water.
No remoMiig cm talus ami carpets.
S A V OLIO
cleans Paint und Wood, In fact the entire house
better than soap. No slojiplug. Saes labor.
You can't afford to be Ithout It,
S A P O L I O
for Scouring Knives Is better and cleaner than
11.1111 Brick, will not scratch.
S A P O L I O
Is butter than Soap and Sand ror lwlWili.g Tin
ware, Brightens Ithout scratching.
S A 1' O L I O
ollshes Brass and Conner utensils belter than
aciu or uu nun uoiieii moiio.
S A 1' O I, I O
for Wnshlinr Dishes and Glassnaie Is lnvalu
able. Cheaper than soap.
S A P O L I O
removes stains frtun Marble Mantles. Tables
nnu siaiuary, rrom iiurunnisiieu wails, anil
rum iviiiiiaauii I'orceiaiu,
S A P O I. I O
reuioi es Stains and Grease from Carpets nnd
uiner woicu laurie-.
There Is no one article known that will do so
many kinds ot work, unit do It ns well, as Sa
jiollo. Try It.
HAND S A P O L I O
a new and wonderfully elTectlie
Toilet Soap, ha vlngnoequ.il In this
couuiry or auroau.
HAND. S A P O L I O
as an article for the Bath, "reaches
the foundation" ot all dirt, opens
tho jiores and gives a healthy ac
tion nun urnnuui nut 10 ine skui.
S A P OLIO
Cleanses und Bcautlltcs the Skin.
Instantly removing any slain or
lucmisn irom uoiu nanus aim lace
HAND S A P O L I O
Is without a rival In tho world for
curing or preventing roughness
una cnappuii; 01 ciim-i nuims ui
HAND S A P O I. I O
removes iiir, 1 urn, iiuu vi
stains nnd Urease : for workers Hi
.Machine Shops, Mines, Ac., Is In
valuable. For making tho Skin
White and Soft, and giving to it n
"bloom ot ueauiy," 11 is unsur
passed by any cosmetto known.
HAND S A P O h I O
costs 10 to 15 cents per cake, and
ever) body bhould have It. You
win like u.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THESE GOODS.
Buy it of ) our merchant If he lias It or will
procure It for you. If not, then write for our
Pamphlet, "All about Bapollo," and It will be
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS,
nugid8m to Park Place; New York.
T7LK HORN & MAGNOLIA FLOUR
All very cho ce, ror soie at
nTilidswiy 11. w, MAnsiiALL'S'S.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. Ill 1H7!I.
.11 11 II III Mllllsfli'lit.
Tliu outline of the smutnll or .Mnnnt
Jlatisfield rc?emliles human features, ami
liencc It is cnllcil the "Old Man of the
Mountain," He Is re)icsentcil In n icrlln
Ing posture, Ills fnc.! turneil npunril. The
north peak repiesenls Ihe chin, Ihe middle
the nose, and the southern the forehead.
The mountain Is tho highest In Vermont,
nnd from It ran lie seen elevations In every
county in Hie Stiile. The moiuilnlu peak
Is nearly five thousand feet nliove Ihe level
of the Rca., From Ihe 'nose" iiorthwuril
may lie seen the wide valley of the St.
.Lawrence, with the vtntcis of the liver
visible nt Intervals. A little lo the west
of north Is Mount ltoynl, with the tin
roofs of Montreal glittering nt Its Inse.
Almost due north Is the litlRht blue sum
mit of Jay Peak and to the light of It
Owl's Head, and the range of hills holder
lug the west slioreof Lake Moniphicmngog.
Further to the right nre tho Wllloiighhy
mountains. The view to the west is filled
by the Champlaln valley, bounded by the
long range of the Adliondacs beyond.
Lako Cliainplaln may be seen nlmost from
Whitehall to Rouse's Point. Soulhwaid
arc Klllington Peak, Ascutney, and, rom
parntivcly ne.ir by, Camel's Hump. In
this direction the Green Mountain range
bleaks the, horizon with a multitude of
rounded summits. Eastward are Hip
White Mouutnins, sixty miles distant. The
"Chin" Is the highest penk of the mountain
being four hundred feet higher than the
"Nose." The descent from the mountain
Is made In about one-half the time It takes
to make the ascent.
A MfhOKiiKttV Hiiiino Pi.aci:. II. II
Slatter, the murderer of Miehnel Iluwy
at the Shuetenfest, in New Yolk hist
week is worth $100,000 made In public eon
tracts. His wife is in Europe, and after
his arrest he telegraphed to her to come
home nt once as he was In trouble. Skit
ter's friends who nie among the most prom
inent sporting men in New York, kept
him fully Informed of Hussey's condition
after the tragedy, supplied him with news
papers, wines, liquors, and lunches. Slat-
ter's hilling place was on Analostan Island
in the Potomac, opposite Georgetown.
where he concealed himself in the bushes.
Ofllcers In pursuit arrived 011 the Island,
about two o'clock, and as they passed u
grove of pines observed it to tiemble and
saw the eyes of n man moving. Detective
McElfrcsh dicw his revolver und walked
slowly along. Suddenly u man jumped
out from the A and cried out,
"Gentlemen, I suircndcr; do nut haim
McElfrc.-li kept his levolver alined, say
ing: "Give up your knife then."
Slatter produced a tilling dirk knife
und threw it upon the ground.
"No," said Mac, "I want the one you
had on Wednesday night."
'Upon my soul, I have not got It," re
plied Slatter, holding up both hands.
"All right, " said Mac, "you are my
The balanie of the paity were called up
and soon Slatter was rapidly driven to the
police headquarters, where, after being
searched i?2I!4 was found upon his person.
Tn Skitters place of concealment was found
a basket tilled with eatables, cooked In the
most elaborate manner. In the basket
were toast, broiled chicken, and other dain
ties nnd a llask of whiskey. A bottle of
camphor was also found In the basket,
wrapped In a ropy of the Chronicle of
Saturday, showing that his friends eie
desirous of keeping him posted with the
cnnipletfst news. The tragedy has created
a great deal of excitement among spoiling
men in the city, and every cffoit will be
made to save Slatter from punishment.
Belts, who aided him to escape, after
having been under ariest for two days,
has been discharged on ijnO.OOO bail.
Ukai: Killed. For social years past
there has been an old bear prowling around
the premises of Eleazer Stoekwell, of llnl
toii, but nil clforls to lraji him proved un
availing; time and again the huge steel
bear trap had been turned over and sprung
and the bait taken. A few wi cks ago
Messrs Stoekwell set their Irnp again, bend
lug over a stout sapling, fastening the
chain to It, and pulling the bait about
the feet high with the trap under It, nnd
and next day they found biuln standing
on Ins hind feet with bis fore foot In the
trap drawn up by the sapling. lie was
soon despatched ; was rather thin but
would weigh nearly 400 pounds.
AitiiKsTKi). Peler Campbell of Swau
ton was arrested Friday morning for caus
ing the deatli of a small boy named Tatro.
Ho sent him for mm which he failed to
to get and Campbell pounded hlin untnercl
fully that, after a week of seveie buffering
hu died Friday morning. The affair Is
causing great excitement, and the boy Is
looked upon ns another victim of nun.
U. V. M. Tho University of Veimnnt
graduated its llrst class In 1801. Three of
its four members lived to attend the semi
centennial commencement In 1851. The
last surviving member of the class was
Justus Perry Wheeler, who died in Janes
ville, Wisconsin, October 18, 187S.
As Old Pkklkh. Adna Crandall of
Greensboro, 75 years of age, has cut and
peeled 103 hemlock trees, averaging two
feet on the stump, dming the present sea
son ot bark peeling.
Tiutow.v Up. Win. 1), Wilson was at
tacked on the morning of the 18th Inst., by
a four-ycar-old bull, and very narrowly
escaped death. Ho was thrown scera!
feet into tho ulr, and completely over his
assailant, striking the ground On his face
and phoulder. The fortunate, presence of
a son-in-law with un axo and good courngo
saved him from a second toss, which the
animal turned to give.
State Fair. Tho Stite Falr'-of Ithode
Island will take place September OtlV'lOth',
and Uth, at Nnrrnsonset Park, Cranston,
A Slorni 011 Ilie Const.
A Sturm, like nil great realities Is graini
est when best seen : it has nothing to gain
from Indistinctness of view. Night, If It
increases the danger, conceals what the
Imagination can hardly reproduce, and can
not surpass. The low, driving scud over
head Is swept along ceaselessly In formless
iuurklne8s; huge masses of foam, churned
up In the recesses of the rocks, nro torn up
by the llerco blasts of the wind and whirled
wildly through the air, smiting against the
faco of the cllira and tho green banks above,
which nre ileeked with white ns from Ihe
remains of n snow storm, The black,
rocky coast line to the couth, until it Is lost
in a sustnined confusion of surging spray
and cloud, seems dwarfed under the snow
white columns that nre hurled up from Its
base, tho summits of which, struck by the
level wind nliove, stream far inland, a
ragged curtain of spray, while the heavier
masses thunder down ngaln In a thousand
cataracts. The nearer piers, with their
lofty staging, are burled under the waves,
which leap a hundred feet above them as
in sudden surprise nnd wrath at their pre
mature arrest. Out ut sen, ns far ns the
eye enn penetrate, all Is a scene of wild
and tumultuous commotion, multitudinous
us ibo waving tops of forcst-trccs, but in
comparably more violent no succession or
common motion can be observed wave
leaps above wave against tho lowering
clouds, to fall back, burst aad baflled, un
til, Hearing the shore, they seem to marshal
themselves for the assault, and, rushing on
in swift succeeding lines, rear up their tur
bid might, bounding, quivering, colling, un
til they precipitate themselves into the
gulf which foicruns them, or are hurled
unbroken against the rock. Sometimes,
before the break of such a storm, the sun
darts nut for. 1 moment, ami all the count
less features of the scene, beforo obscured
in gloom and indininctness, stand out sharp
nnd clear ns by n supernatural revelation ;
or, at night, when the lower rack has been
swept away, and the uppcrj'louds have
again piled themselves into masses, Ihe
full moon pours down between them
through the storin-walied air a Hood of
ttainless light, which transforms all the
terror and grandeur into wild beauty and
aerial grace. The rocks nnd piers are
masked in shifting wreaths of snow-white
cloud, the crash and roar of the breakers is
carried oil' by the wind, and the waves, now
all silver-white, appear tn gambol and chae
each other in Intrudes play, seemingly In
capable of hurt to ship or life : and 011 the
extreme verge of hmion, beyond the near
er light anil farther darkness bounding it.
there is a streak of purest, calmest bright
ness, which seems to speak of u region be
yond nil of perfect light nnd peace, liut it
is very rarely that a smiling heaven thus
transfigures the wrathful face of the deep,
and most commonly n storm dies out in the
sullen gloom which has been one of the
most striking and oppressive features of its
previous course. J he CornhiU ifagazine.
A llllllooiilsl 111 Illllliri'r Iffe Ilrop
I11I0 tlio ICivcr.
Thursday's Philadelphia Press gives the
following account of a thrilling scene which
was witnessed Wednesday evening about
dusk on the Dcleware in front of that city,
and one which came near being attended
with fatal results :
A balloon ascension had been announced
to take jilace at Point Airy, the southern
extremity of Windmill (or Smith's) Island,
and as the hour appointed (0 1-2 o'clock)
drew near, hundreds: ot spectators gathered
on the city wharfs and upon tho street cor
ners in the neighborhood to witness the
novel sight. It was currently rumored that
tliu hulloonUt on this occasion was the same
who had during the present mminer given
similar exhibitions at Gloucester and Smith's
Island, on which occasions, before ascend
ing into the limitless expanse above, lie had
invariably adopted the very sensible pre
caution of fastening his aerial ship by
means of a stout rope, to some immovable
object on terra Ji mm. There was no little
eonsternatiun, therclore, when shortly be
foro 7 o'clock tho balloon suddenly shot di
rectly upwards to a height of several hun
dred tcct above the tree tops without any
visible means of holding it in position. A
steady breeze was blowing from tho south
west, and as tho air-ship moved oil' to the
northward its progress was watched with
breathless expectancy by gaping crowds on
both sides of the river.
Meanwhile, the balloonist clad in the be
spangled costume of a circus actor, went
through .1 variety of evolutions upon the
suspended bar, wlilclt seemed to iloat along
in tho wake of tho balloon. Now with his
bead to the earth, now twisting and turning,
tliu daring man continued to dispoit him
self with the utmost apparent recklessness.
lie reached such a great Height that the
gymnastic operations were hardly visible,
but in a short time the gassy tloatcr was
observed to slowly descend over tho chan
nel at tsmitlis island, the purpose 01 its
controller having been c idently to effect a
landing on the northern extremity of the
Either owing to the failure of the g.is tu
escape with sutllcient rapidity, or because
of tile stiffness of tho breeze then blowing,
the attempt was unsuccessful, and the bal
loon and its manager did not come within
thirty feet of the surface, but went'sweep
ing along ncr the river beyond. Some
distance above the island the nmi struck
Ilie rii er, but still retained hi hold of the
rope, which, propelled by the fast drifting
balloon, was dragged though the water at a
Finding himself growing weaker from
the constant strain upon his muscles, and
being inoiiuntailly in danger of becoming
entangled in the rojios of the balloon and
dragged beneath the surface, the man
dually let go his bold, nnd in bis exhausted
condition struck out with tired, overstrained
nrins, for the nearest refuge. Several
small sail-boat shot out from the shore and
from their courses on the river, nnd headed
for the now apparently drowning man; but
before they could reach the sinking bal
loonist, tho ferry-boat America, which had
left the market street slip to cross tho bar,
reached him just ns bo was about git lug up
nnd took him on hoard.
The balloon, when lightened uf its bud,
went careering wildly along upon the waves
now while-capped by the still" evening
breeze, in tho direction of Cooier's Point,
wliero it finally brought up, in a totally di
lapidated condition, upon the other piers ot
the wharf at that point. Luckily there
were no frail craft in tho way of the un
wieldy monster to dispute its right of pas
sago; but on tho contrary, the skill's and
balteaux above the island were glad to give
the unusual visitor all the sea room to
which Its novelty entitled It.
Tho rescue and Us startling incidents
wcro witnessed by thousands of people up
on Smith's Island and along tho wharves,
and may servo either ns another commen
tary upon the dangers of ballooning or up
on the recklessness of Individual balloonist.
A CiiLimv FmmvA!.. Tho novel Idea of
a cherry festival was held at Southwood
bury, Washington County Saturdny week,
to Aid hi furnishing funds fur tho now
church recently erected in that village. The
principal address on tho occasion was made
by Hon. Charles II, Heath of Montpelier
who was followed by Georgo Kcusou of
Woodbury, Earnest Benjamin of tho Unl.
Ve'rslty of Vermont and Itev. J. .0. Sher
Goi'no tip. Gen. Duller will not go up
in tho graphic-balloon, but he will go up
for all that, In o'no II lied at bis own charge.