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M.lt.MONT CKXTIIAI. AND RUT.
on una after Monday. June iM, HI3, train
HIM run ns follows, (Suuda.vs excepted . i
ootvi sunn anu kvst.
Leave Ituthliid Hi 1WW anil 4:M 11. mul Will)
""MAIL lie Ave tUdohsburg nt 0:10 p. in., St.
-.Ibahs nt 0:2' i n. in., lJurllnaton lit S:10 n. la.,
I'orl Henry .it ;:I.Mi. lu.. Hulland tit 1.1:10 p. In.,
Ilollnwi Rills nt S:3il p. hi., nrrlvlinf nt New l.on
ilon nt 9:!W p. in., connecting with steamer Tor
NNKY''voltK i:.riti:s, 1.1-aviMSI Albans nt
U:(i n, in., liurli utrl on lo:!ii a. in., arriving In
ltiitl.uiil nt 1:M) p. in. . ...
Nttllir EXl'IUiss. leaves Ogdeiisburgut li:
3.'i tun., I'latlHburtf 11:30 p.m.,Monln.il it-M p.m.,
st. .lolms 4:ta p. in., St. Alli.nn ":1i p. in., lmr.
llliglou :lo p. in., Ilutliunl U:M n. in., Iliilnws
fulls, sua . m., arriving nt New I,oiidim at 11:1.1
'''MIXED TltAIN. Leaves llitrllnglolt at 2:00 p.
in., arriving In Hutlnnit nt 7:40 li. In. Loaves
ltutland at 4:30 a. m., I ct ows l'afls Wf. n. in.,
(accommodation train), ar.iving nt Now lundon
nt .1:10 p. in.
MIXED TI1A1N". Leaves ltutland nt 8:0ii p. in.
ntrlrlns In Hollows I'nlls nt Ji):im p. mr
U-aves ltutland at 1:13 nnd r.:4o a, in., and two
and s:05 p. ui. . .
ii lonvM w l-nmlnn nt fi.) n. in.,
Snrluglleld 8:00 n. in., lloston 7:30 a. m., "".0"'8
Kiillsil:4r., ltutland S.30 P. m., nrrlving nt I'ort
lli-nrv nt g-OI) n. in.. 1 UrllllglOI) l.Hiu '. 111., .11.
li'urlliigton f.:iK) p. in., .St.
AihWlw r.-iii i) in.. Montreal :4S p. in., ogdens-
birit 1:4.1 n. 111.', making connections with trains
iixAiiiss-Leaies ltutland nt f.:ai p. m., St.
vieillT KXI'lirsS. I.caes New London nt
2:43 p. m Sprlngncld at 8:18 p. in., connecting
with train leaving New Vorl; nt 3:oo p. m Del-
lows Falls 11:20 p. in., connecting wim irnin
leaving Boston nt r.:30 p. m., ltutland 1:43 n. m
Hurllnifton4:40n. m St. Albans 0:10, nrrlving
In Montreal nt 9:45 n. in., l'lattsburi; nt 12:oo in.,
and Ogdensburff nt 12:35 p. In., connecting with
trains tor tho West.
MIXKDTHA1N. Leaes ltutland nt 5:40 n. in.
Lenvo Burlington nt ti:3o a. m., St. Albans 12:u)
in., arriving in Dgdensburir nt Sinn p. in. nnd St.
Johns nt 3:.mp. in.
MIXH1) TltAIN. Leaves Uellowsl'allsat4:30
a. m., arriving In ltutland nt 9:20 a. in.
ACCOMMODATION. Lea es New I)ndon at
s:loa. m., Hollows l'allsfcoo ji. in., nnUtiii; In
ltutland nt 8:3.1 p. m.
Trains leave llui Ungton going east, for Mont
peller, c, nt C:.w a. in., 12:30 p. in. and 7:5 p. m.
Trains leave llellows l'nlls going north, tor
Whlto Itlver .lunctlon, kc, nt 8:30 u. in. and
11:4.1 a.m., nnd b:m nnd 11:20 p. in.
I'osNKCTio.vs. At ltutland with ltensselner
Saratoga and Harlem Lxtenslon Itnllroadsj at
Ilellows falls with Cheshire Ifallroad; at South
Vernon with Connecticut Itlver ltnllroacl.
c"SleeplngcarsarenItacliedto night trains
between St. Albans and Troy, nnd Burlington
nndlloston. OYI.LM MKItltll.U
St. Albans. Vt.. June 3d. ls;3.
TTAHIiEM HXTKNSIOX UAtl.HOAU
(MIASHE QK TIM P..
ISIS. SiniMLlt AltltANdLMKNTS. 1ST3.
on and ntter Monday, June snth, Is;.', trains
will run as follows:
MIXED. Leaves ltutland at 3:00 a. in., con
necting at stato Linn with train for Troy.
MAtL Leaves ltutland '.wo a. in., and mak
ing close connections nt Chatham 4 Corners
W llll li aillS HIT 1 l I., llUllll.t , ,l innun, iiun
hoiii east nnu west on i. k .. ji. u.
MIXED. Leave ltutland nt 2.2.1 p. m., to llen-
Sp.NDAV MILk TltAIN (with passenger ear
attached). i.enes itutianu ni ..:ni a. m.
ltutland to New Vol k -
" to Albany, ....
" to Hudson, - - - -
Sr"No lay over checks given.
AltlHVi: AT ltl'TLAND.
Mall. 0.3.1 p. m.: Mixed, 12.0s p. in.;
'' '"' V. C. WHITE, Supt.
ltutland, June 14. 1972. mayld&wtt
i LOHK pavkh company.
IM'III.IMIEIIS litlNTEIls, STATlONElt
Ul.A XK lltlOKiMA .V W.I 17 HI II VMS,
Having purchased tlw Wholesale Paper and
Stationery business of II. A. Sawjer, and the
Printing business of .Ta.. K. Mo Lean, v, lib the
addition of a complete llook-Illndery, they have
consolidated tho whole Into one business, and
moved the Mine Into tho new and commodious
"tllobo Ilulldlng," erected especially for the
uso of tho company.
With one of tho most complete liintlng Do.
partments of any establishment In the State,
under the supervision of ono of tho best practical
rt . ,rt lrt 1
printers in ino couiurj, iubj iitiiiii
all kinds of plain nnd ornamental work In tho
most approved manner and on short notice.
our Jobbing Department will comprise lull
lines of Writing Tapers both folded nnd tlat,
Envelopes, (Nolo. Utter nnd Official,) lllank
Hooks of every description, School Hooks,
Slates, Tens, Pencils, Inks, Law lllanks, Cut
lcry, Wrapping Papers of all kinds, Paper Bags,
Flour Hacks, Twines and Cordage, Wooden
. r,,L,,,.u li!rLlii. rttllf.ll'V
Ware. Matches. Ilrushcs, lliacking, muting,
i,. ti.is licmrtmcnt will bo found well
.SC&c. Tills Department win uu
stocked and worthy the attention of closo buy-
stocked and worthy
The Bindery will bo under the charge of ono
of the most thorough workmen to be found In
tho State, and all work will be executed In the
best stylo and with dispatch,
With men of long experience in iharge, and
with extensive facilities for conductlns their
business In Its several department!), they pre.
bent ono ot tho most complete establishments
of tho kind to bo found outside the cities, and
solicit the patronage of tho Public, feeling con
lldent that they enn Insure tho wants of all
upon the most favorable terms,
tlLOliE PAPElt CO,
f PAGS. AVu lmvi! now In stock nn nort
L ment of DenulsoiiM Patent Direction
Labels and Merchandise Tags, which we will
.ell at manufacturer's prices.
Wo havo also a good block of " Phillip's Se
curlty Hook-Tags," ft very convenient nnd hcr-
vlccablo article for inerciiniiis. jvmuug na uu
vantages are: Ootids can bo more readily mark.
ed than by any other means; the tag Is so se.
curcly locked that It cannot becomo detached
from tho goods: 110 chance of tho tag becoming
SiedC'lhe hook; no point, projecting
10 lear oilier kooui tu j. ....,v..-. --. -
safe, strong and cheap. Call and exnmino
them. OLOHE PAI'Ell CO.
Merchants using printed wrapping will do
well lo consult us before ordering, as wo make
on-low figures as New York or lloston Houses,
and give better accommodations in assorting
lots, while 11 great saving can bo mado on
freight, tiLOiii: pai'kk co.
TOOIC HIXDINC We tiro now reaily
AJ to receive orders for nn wmis or wotk.
OLOIIK PAI'Ell CO.
,7. ,. , , , ,
1AOS. vVo sell Dennlson s 1 ags to
Printers and Stationers at Dennlson's
lowest wholesale prices,
HLOIIE PAPElt CO.
PRINTING. Anything from n Card to
llook, neatly and promptly executed,
re as good facilities as any other cstab
ni. in The stato. If vou need anything In
this line, (five ua a " f.n.,ir.(f,u?.!;f n'
til OLOIlt. t Al r.lt IO,
o. t. c u t) a f
Manufacturer of nnd Dealer In
mtsniNn lumpen, riiin"V'.:.s.,...,v.-.v1
CLAlilOAltDS, AMI MlMlLLli i.u.i in.ii,
DOOHS.SASH, 1II.INDS, MOULD-
INUS, IIIIACKI'.TS. WIN
DOW FIIAMLS A'
Scroll Savvlnirof alt kinds, Planing, .Matching
and rilazlntr done to order. i nrd nnd Milt coi-
neroi Liiion nnu i urnacc nira'i, n i
Depot, ltutland, Vt. MnJldAwatn.
K. X. MURHIAM'S
I' K II V EC T riTTlXd SHI UTS
are more durable, nnd
t iiKArr.it than i!i:.Mv mam:.
Ho euitoiners say. Send trial order.
i:. n. meiikiav,
Jettldly Merchants' ltow, ituiiniui, vt.
lUHTAIN COHXICKS OP 1ILACK
C . - .ii nt, In In nrilpr. dir. I
tain lllngs, Tassels nnd Cords. DEAMIOHVS
IOW CASKS, CORNER, CLOCK
mul Mantle Shelves mailo to order, with
Plain nr Moulded edges. lIltACIU.TS 1 rawed in
dllTeieiit it) les at I)K AltlioiiVM
ATKW MOULDINGS FOIl l'ICTUKK
rninliit'. Chromos, Lithographs, una
DKCHIATIONOl-'CliritCllLS, HALLS AND
n.ir..! iiikt.rinss work nl reasonable nrlces.
Many years expeilence In tho business. Come
nnu see inj w oil. ,.,of,,,..
y . i nr. . ."v.ii.i,
No. 1, Widen, Cor. West street.
(i. II. M O It i: II O I' S E,
OlIH)-.lte Cenlr.il House - - ltl'TLAND, T.
ltl'TLAND MANl'rACTntlNO CO.Ml'ANY,
.Mniuitactureis nnd wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SEAT CHAlltS, 1IHD-
STEAHS AND CUAllt MUCK.
Coinerot West andl'orest Sis,
L. Atwooii, Agt. 0. C. itt'iiui.Ks, Treas.
j . if ixc,
Maiiut.iet urer and wholesale and retail dealer In
SASH, DOOltS, IILINDS,
MOt'LDINdS, MtACKETS, AND IKIl'SE Kflt-
ISIlIMl .l.l -.1U.1.,
Ill' KVt.UV 1IKCIIIIT10N.
KlitN U'KMKKKr, I!liI.M, IT.
Orders liv mall or otlierw l-c promptly attend.
.1. .1. (IUIXDOX,
II L A (! If S M IT II .
Paitlcular attention paid lo Horseshoeing.
Hull; warranted, shopou
tt 1.ST ST.
KIU Ol.lVhH M llllll.l: WOItkr,
LIXCOLX 1HOX WOHKS.
r....i.i.. tm .. ...T lt,,lttltit. Mnftilnr.i'i' nf tile
most lmnroed eonstruiilon. Deirleks and
pumping machinery, casllngs and general m.v
..Lit.,, i. ..ii.'
steel nnd Iron Wlin Hope nt Mniiiifacturer'.s
uuuaiui, i., m; i , i .....j
A. II. IIAWLKY,
roxruAmn a.d pjiacticai. si.atki:,
He is prepared to do all work promptly and
well. Orders can be lell at .1. i:. lii.wnr.s won.
on Merchants' ltow, or at thn llardwell House.
llftfrellffH UOCKWOUll llill ICU, HULI.ih...
Mason. President of First National Hank, lie.
unit. MtchlL-nn: Hon. .1. M. Mnrun, s.iraioga
i, i Yrcit y .
If uii wish a nleo Tl'ltN OI'T, go to
C. F. HIGH A It D MIA
(Ijitc D. Whltconib's,)
CKNTKIl ST11RKT, Kl'll.ANH, Vl.USIOST.
careful drivers and the finest of Currlages.
Stables open at all hours, nurses oaiieu.
lltSOdtf . V. ItlCHAltDSON, I'KOrUIKTOIC.
"pUHM FOH SALK.
Tl,.. biilwrlln.rQ nITpr fill KilllV tlielr f.imi. Slt-
iiitn,! nhnnt I n nil Ins from tile V lllllirO Of llel-
Iovvk Falls, on tho Chester road, well known
JOHN CLAKK l'AHM,
..),..,, Imnilrnil mill llfl V fllMVS I
I'U.11UMUI1 liuuu. l-t. t ..u.i.. v.. ...... "- I
of land; two dwelling nouses, uireii ouius mm
houso has been thoroughly rcpaireu uuu pauu-
ed, with new ntnzza in front and end, new front
lence, an iniuo iuosl huosuiuiui nu ,..-..
manner, making It n doslrablo residence.
Nearly three-fourths of a mllo of new water plpo
from a uover-falllng fountain supplies all the
OVEH TWO THOUSAND DOLLAItS
"B. .i""V.u-""" " X"'. ;.','. .'.',I
nouses, tub lanu is nuapieu iu uiu rmmuK ut
all kinds of crops. Some tlfty acres are well
adapted for tobacco. Tho land ls now under a
gOOUHlUlO OI CUlUVailOU, UJ liaviUK in vu .tu
.,.,,.,,..,, nnvnnrt crniH the nast
two years, which lias Wen brought on the
pJ b(,a(.s that wlllcu tno farm has pro-
duced. The eastern lino Is the Connecticut
river und tho farm laying westerly, divided Into
pasiuro aim imago iiino, wiui a muni-n-ui. nui-
1 v nr wilful mr i nn Tireniisuf,. niiiiiiiuu nu iictv.
in. viiifltro nr ilellows Fulls a villairc L'rowing 1
inoro rapidly than any placo within the State,
and with lt.s unlimited water power, which Is
rust lii'tiii. iiiinroviri. must continue to Increase
in a still larger proportion In the future makes
It tho most desirable farm 111 theso parts, ros-
session given iiiiiiivoiaivij, i-a.vih, u .1...,
jjjl njd that In mo year niiuireof 1 he sub
linn of J. Wilson t Co., near tho ilepot ; or Wit
der .V. Hopkins, at West Itupert, Vt.
VVil.lll.ll V lil-lA.-.
Ilellows Falls, May 1.1S73.
OKOHUK C. NKiVMAN,
HI. A I. KSTATK H It O Iv K II ,
Ofllco : Dcrby'a lllock, 2d Floor Front,
First class village nnd farm property for sale
anu 10 let. .vioney 10 101111 uu iiuil-d, iiiunsut
lite iKUicies aim oilier nppruyo Bremiiii-..
Tho subscriber offers for sale the
HOUSE AND LOT, 21 COTTAOE STHEET,
Comer William Street.
House Is lu L-ood renalr. contains 12 looms, gns
mul wuter above and below. location desirable.
1 miuti imrn cellar.
A portion of H10 furnllure will be sold Willi
1110 nouso 11 uessred.
Possession given at nny time,
c, II. roitllES.
ltutland, Juno d 1S73. dtf
TASTUHE LAND IN P1TTBFOHD
X For sale or rent, one hundred nnd twenty:
live acres 01 nnc itoi uiie land loenteu ono anu
one-half miles from littstord Village. Address
or call on E. P. HITCHCOCK, under National
lianK 01 iiuunnu, jiuiinuu, v 1. jnayni
y 1: 1 n 0
Faded (larments and Corrlago linings Cleaned
ftn(j colored by a new chemical process so that
jou can hardly dlsdlstlngulsh them from new.
Mpnurlni nnd nresslng light Milts neatly exe.
cutcd. Persons having any such Jobs they wish
10 nave none, w in pieaso can nv nij 1 nuuse,
SirCCl, U(ionilo lunii iun.
All goods sent by Express promptly done and
returned. All work guaranteed.
nunrr.fti nt niuiiiuiuii ntiuuii
nlfhris ana nvclrn.
ISA ILK Y A- 1'AlUIKKTMiS
H 1 L V K It S M I T U.S.
Wohntptlw lnrirest nnd best assortment nt
Watches ever ollei ed In this market.
In large supply, embracing every variety o
Itljle desirable tor Idles'nr tlentlemenv wenr.
J K V K L It Y ,
lh nth ubtmd.iiuv, and more comln;,'
SII.VKIl PLITFU INU STKEI, fOK TABU! fSK.
ourstRi'k Is large, and we sell at low prices.
S I L V K It O O O I) S,
fill.VKK SI'ODSs 111' Ol'l! IIWN MANl'KAOTtMtK.
nonKRS' imoTHF.ns ri.ATKi voiiks
A II SI liu.n.
Ten Sets, Castors, .Ve., all the best.
s r i: c t a c i. k s
To lit llmse who cannot see well.
A new thing without frames.
Call and see for J ourselves at
UAII.EY AND PAltMENTEItv,
IT MKlll'HASTS' now.
K r. if s & it a it is i; n
AT NO. 1, OPEItA IIOI'SE III.OCK,
Keep a full assortment of the following
housp. rritxisHixo oooos.
FltF.NCH CHINA WAltE,
TAIII.E CILASS WAltE.
SH.VEIt I'LATEH WAltE.
PAINTED '10II.ET SETS,
TASSELS AND COltlW.
I.AMI'S AND LANTEtts,
Wholesale and Itelall.
LAMP CHIMNEYS nnd HI'IINEES
Wholesale and Itelall.
MATTHASSES and I.OI'NC.ES, and
moyldtf DONE TO ottDElt.
Wholesale dealer In
CAI.irOHNIA WINES AND MtANDY
IJIrORTER ANII WH0LKSAI.K IIKAI.ER
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
Tho attention of Town Agents, Physicians
and Druggists Is especially called to our wines,
..lh.n,Mi.nm-wi for medical nurnosos.
coming from ono or 1110 oiuesi Tiiicjmui
California. All goods guaranteed pure and sat
isfactory, or lo lie returned at my expense,
COItNEIt FltEIOIIT AND EVELYN, STS.,
(Landon 4' Huntoon's lllock,)
ltutland. Vt. mjltf
HAXTEH NATIONAL HANK,
11. llKNKV HAXTEH,
J, W. CllAMTOS,
N. T. HrKAOCK, .III.
W. C. DUNTON,
W. C. I.AS1IOS'.
11. 1'. IXlTIIIloe,
J. N. llAXTKK,
T. W. PAHK,
I1KO. 1. llOVCK,
OEIIIIIIE It. IIOlii'M,
Made and remitted for at lowest Hates.
ISTEKEST AI.UIWEO ON TIME IlECOSITS.
1 general Hanking and Exchange business
II, llENHV HAXTEH, PrCSt. J.N. 11AXTEU, V, li'Oht,
Oeokiie It. Hottum, cashier.
11 It O If K It ,
11 iino.Mi NTiimn; xkw roan.
stocks. Oov ernmenls and (lold bought nnd sold
r Interest allowed on deposits, ma) Ifdtf
DAILY STAGE HETvVEEN HUT
IJVND AND HTOCKHIIIDOK.
Arrlvo at ltutland IS m., leave Hut land Jtoo p.m.
starting from tho Ilardvvcll House.
tr connections at stockbrldge vvitlmtuw
or Itoohaster and nelbel.
mywMin it, 11. TUPPKIl, I tov'r.
WUTLANJ), VT.. KIUDAV MOltNlNG, AUGUST 15,
riMIK SUIISCIIIHKIt having nrhlewl
J something of a reputation as a
PHOTO 0 It A P II K II
In these United stalci of Ninth Alnvllea, re
tuinsthntikiforthi" AssnrAM.i! i!i:.si)i:i:r.n
by the wlioln peoiile.
Making I'li-sl-liass woik, my speciality I
would Im Ite, as many of j nu wishing that kind
of work, to " bare n hand " and help us boost the
thing ntong. , ,
The ltooiu Is newly re.lllted nnd re.furulslied.
nnd J on w 111 llnd It quite pleasant to w Idle away
n few Heeling moments us we go traveling on.
You will Hud my
I'(II!CKI..INS AND IMITATION l'llllCKI.AINS
made up to pleaso all and at less rates than
ever. No expense or pains spared lu Tools,
ChemlenU nr nnj thing going to make up
A nOOI) LIKUXUSS
as It Is inv motto tu please, If I do not make n
WITH -IMP. lIXPElllKXCr. (IK KtnilTr.KN VKAIH,
and most nt that time In ltutland, I tlatter my
self that I am what I am,
a i.ivixn mm amoxgst you.
i: n (i ji i IN'
V I. A It If ' S It I, O C If ,
(Cdiiier .Mercl milts' How mul West Streets,)
JAS. O. MEttltELI,
I'lIK, A. Wll.UlSIJ.
(Lain of liilladelphlal
Junel'.i dntim AssWanr.
M. IMXI1Y - CO.'S
TWO HUMS POl! household usi:.
IIIM1V "K li'.KSCll Lll'MUlV iu.fr.
IIIXI'.V'S I1HST SIIOK lll.lCKIKU.
.lUltUItl.lSA 11I.OOI) PUHIKIIHt.
Is the most powerful cleanser, Mrcngthcncr
nnd lemoverot tllalidular obstructions known
to Materia Jledlcn.
It is speclallv ndaptedtoconstllutlons " worn
down" and debilitated by the win in weather of
siiilng and Summer, when tho blood Is not In
active iiitiil.it Ion, consequently gatherlnglm
purltles from !lii','gWiiiessnndlinierfecl notion
of the secretive organs, and Is manifested by
Tnmois, Eruptions, Illolches, llolls, Pustules,
Scrofula, AC Ac.
When weary and languid from overwork, and
dullness, drowsiness nnd Inertia takn the place
of energy and vigor, the system needs atonic
to build It up nnd help the Vital Forces to re
gain tlielr cuperallve power.
In Hie heal of summer, freiiueiilly, thn Liver
and Spleen do not properly perfonu tlielr runc
tlous; the Uterine and Urinary Organs are In
active, producing weakness of the stomach and
Intestines nnd a predisposition to bilious do
riingemeiit. Hit. WKLLS'
K X T I! A CT O P .1 U It U 1! V. II A
Is prepaivd dlrrcUy from I he South American
li.iiil. nnd Is iiocullaily suited In all thesn dllll
cullies: II will cleanse Hie Vitiated lllood,
striiiglhen the Lirc-lilvlng I'ovvers, and reinnvf
all iibstruiilons from
iMi'AtiiKii ash Kxm.r.i ed uuu ink.
II sliould hi' freely taken, as Junibeba ls pro
nounced by medical writers the most elllclent
1'urlili r, Tonic and Deohslruenl known luthe
vs hole range of medicinal plants.
JOHN O. KELI.O!ll,lsliattsticct,New Yolk.
Sold liv Druggists, volo Agent for thn United
Slates. 'Price one Dollar per Hollle. Send for
irOHKlX(J CLASS. Mule or female,
t fi(iii week guaranteed. Hcspcctablo
emplovmenl nt home, dav or evening; no capi
tal reuulred; lull Instiuctlons mul valuable
package ot goods sent free by mall. Address,
with six cent return stamp. M. UU'NU CO.,
US tlreenvvich street. N. Y. uugl4dw4w
XTI-YKIS XUGLIXT A COUCH. Xoth
1 lug Is more certain to lay the foundation
lor future evil consequences.
WULLS' CAItliOLIC TAULln'S
are a sum cure for all diseases ot tho inspira
tory organs, sore Throat, Colds, Croup, Diph
theria, Asthma, Caluiih, Hoarseness, Dryness
of tint Throat, Windpipe, or Hronchlnl Tubes,
and all diseases of the Lungs.
In nil cases or sudden cold, however inncn,
theso Tablets should lie promptly and freely
used. They equalise tho cliculntlon ot tho
blood, mitigate the severity of thontlack, und
will, in a very khort time, reston enlthy action
tothe aflectcd organs.
Wells' Caibollo Tablets aro put up only In
blue boxes. Take no substitutes. Ittheycan't
bo tound nl your druggist's, send nt onco to tho
agent In New York, who will forward them by
Don't be deceived by Imitations.
Sold by druggists. Price 2.1 cents a box.
JOHN (J. KELI.OtlO, is Piatt St., New York.
Send for circular, sole Agent for tho United
l'Klt CKXT. NKT. Tho Iowu
ljnan nnd Trust company will Invest
monev on Ilrst-class Heal Estnle at 10 per cent.
Interest, net, payable semi-annually lu New
York, and wilt guarantee the collection of all
loans made through Its agency. All charges
paid by tho borrower. Pleaso write, before In
vesting, for New York and New England refer
ences, and full particulars, sasiukl Meiiuiil,
(lain (lovernor of Iowa,) President. Address
JAMES 11. IlEAltTWEI.L, Secretary, Drawer 107
Des Moines lown nugl4dw4vv
"OAMPHOHIXK" cures every pain,
J Ac. Try 11. Sold by all druggists.
ItEUIIllN 1IOYT, Prop'r, New York.
Qii 1 O QH 1" four weeks ennvas-ipJL-j.OVJ
slug was one agent's pro.
Iflon Ilrynnt'H Library 0 futru ami Simq ; J70
III one WCOK 011 in? .ew tuiuwerr .iiiiiiiiri,
byMlsslleeiher and Mrs. Slowe. Any nctlyu
man ur women can have an ngoncy. J, H. l;Olll)
.V CO., New Yoik, lloston, Chicago and San
Francisco. Juiy siu-vwiw
KTH THOUSAND IN PHKSS. SALK
OfJ Increasing. tt,tm(i more Live Agents
wanted lor our
l.IVINOSTONE 23 YEAItS IN AFJIIOA,
mrr ono nmrex. nnlv 2.50. lookout for Interior
vi nrks. Send for circular nnd proof of t he great
est success 01 tno season, iieisin jusi 111, im
subs. In six days. IIUMIAIID tlllOS., Pub's, 53
Wushliigton hi.. lloston. .iiiiyaunvwiw
t WORK OI'
XV. und intrinsic, value.
O C U A N ' S S T O It Y .
iu 1 iif. irificii son of the famous "Peter Parley.
Tho result ot great hlstoilcul lesenrch: An
Aiitiinniio Hlstorv of NaviLratlon and lis Maul.
rrtlil IllMpnverlosKlnco the Flood. Alxillnds with
startling Incidents, fearful disasters, lawless
piracies, bloody battles and glorious achieve,
mental also describes diving, telegraphing,
ocean tlslierles, etc. Over 200 spirited cuts.
Subject new. lilce low. Agents wanted.
Hl'llliAHD MIOS., I'ubs, Kl Wasiilnglon sirecl,
HUStOn. . .IllljJlUillYsn
1 0ODEXOUGII HOItSK-SHOE.
cures and prevents all diseases Incident to the
Horse's l oot.
JUST Pl'HLIHH ED!
With plates, Illustrating how to perform opera
Hons and euro fool (roubles. Sent by mall on
receipt nt one dollar,
Send slump fur circular lo
' " noODENOI'tlll IIOIIBE-SIIOK,
' 41 Doy Rt New Yoik,
(Dvocfrifis ami groviislons.
r j 1 li k
CLOSIXO out salk
of n stock of
(IHOCKItlKS AXD I'HOVISIOXS,
IKI.MESTIC 1)11 V (lOODS,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
CHOCKEItV, I1I.AS-IWAIIK, JI'., AC.,
II A S (' O M M K X (.' K D .
Will nvall themselves of the opportunity which
It rfurds to replenish their slock of household
!2" Every oi tlele Ls sold at oost or less.
IM.KVSi: OVI.t. .VXD IK.VISX IMilCKS.
(i. V. CHAPL1X, .In.,
No. V, MERCHANTS' HOW, tlUTLANl).
J A- T. C A D P. X ,
Wholesale and Itelall Dealers In
(HtOCKWES AXD PHOYISIOXS,
CANNED KltUITS. lil'KI.KS, .ti'.,
AND FANCY HOODS.
AKi, Dealers In
DIlV (lO(ll)S, SHAWLS, DIIESS GOODS,
IIOslEltV, tll.OVES, Al'., AC,
An assortment ot
CUNTS' PUItXISHIXtt coons
Cim-itiinlly on hand.
AdENTs FOl! MAIL STEAMEltS TO AND
rir-DUAFTS I'Oli ANY AMOUNT ON THE
HANKS Ol' ENOLAND. IltEI.AND. SCOTLAND
COHNEIt FltEIOIIT AND EVELYN STS.
no 1 illy
1 s 7 :i
S T O I! K .
O I. D It P. D
(UinrKlllF.S A.XJI PlinVlSflhYS,
CHEAP FOIl CASH.
majltf Mtm'Hi.vrs' ltow.
h'r o x "m a it" k 1: t,
DUNTON k HAYWAKD
All kinds of Meats, Fish, Vegetables
Fruits in their season.
Klngsleyt Sprague's lllock,
Q. It K K It T U It X K It
7 WALL STHEET, NEW YOISK,
firr.tt. fni ciln nil IlipviirloiisifrHdes of ltetllied
Sugar of Superior Quality nt the LovvestMarket
Prices. A superior quality ot While Sugar for
conreciioners use. aiso.
WHITK rOFFKE A
C'OKFKK KXTHA C,
And the lower giadesot
)' e ii 1, 0 ir x v a .1 .
Oiilci-s lo lui addressed to our olllee In New
York, 78 wait streer, lor. i-ean.
Parties ordering 10 barrels cnu have them as-
Tkkms Thirty days, or Cash In 7 da.vs, less
K. (I. 11AXTKH,
TJATTY'S N AHOH
PICK L K 8,
XJ Crosse &
Illackvvell's Pickles. Halford's
Worcesterehlre Sauce, Nabob Sauce, In fact
nearly all kinds ot English rickles can bo found
nl II W MARSHALL'S
TJiLK HORN & MAGNOLIA FLOUR
JJJ very choice, for sale at
mayldtwly 11. W. MAItHIIALL'S'H.
Mut8 0 A T
G R A 1 K S
II. W. .MAKSIIALL'S,
T1RUNELLAS. PRUNES. CHERRIES,
X Peaches, Hlockberrles, ltasnlieriies.liums
Huckleberries, Also, all kinds ot fruits In cans.
tor sale at 11. vt. .mausiiai.i,
raayui&ly OrovoBtreet, ltutland, Vt.
mEAS, fioiiiriO rents to ifl.75; also frotjli
jl orounu 1 orrKK, ai
II. W. MAKSIIALL'S
mayldtwly Corner of drove and West HW
1KLT?IIY PLANTS From Peter Homier
I I tr.w w.iK-nn nnil nfljr.lunn 24th. Send In
your orders. Cabbage plants for late crop by
Inn iinrir)rtii or thousand! also. Green Peas
ready about July 1st. Flower plants, omong
which ls tho celebrated Amaranuias saisuouus
or Fountain Plant, constantly on liana, nou
ipicis, wrenius ac., iiiauu iu ur-ut-r.
inayMly Near Fair Grounds,
WOOD CHOPPERS WANTED TO
TT cut boo cords of hard wood in Menaon.
Apply to Oko. W. Chaplin, Jn. Merchants'
otfls anil Jinimj loomsi.
A It 1) YV K L L H O U S K .
J. II'. ClIAMTOX, Proprietor.
The llAltllWKI.L HOUSE ls located ODIiOslte
tho Depot, and has long been favorably known
to the traveling public. It has been recently
Imnroved. now nffordlng the best and most
ample accommodation to guests.
'j lie TAiti.i. win lie suppncu wuu an iue
luxuries of the Season, nnd every attention will
be paid to tho comrort of its patrons.
In tho future, ns III tho past, the Proprlelorin
lends to make It nilrst.class House affording
all tlio comforts of a home to the traveler. Tl e
public patronage Is solicited
, liUUII i.iv
EliY In connection with the
Attentive I'OHTKltS will be found nt the De
pot on Hie nnlvnl of nil trains.
T A If P. DUXMOltP. IIOUSK,
P, HITCHCOCK, Pf.oi'ntkrui:.
.1, W. roitTEIt. MvNloxn.
this well known andiwpular lintel, situated
on the shores of UiU Duninore, has been re
cently put In thorough repair. Several new
Cottages have been built and newly furnished,
nnd will be opened Juno 1st, for the leeepllon of
boarders nnd tourists. maj 2Sdtf
rpiIK KQUINOX HOUSU, Manciikstkii,
JL Vkumont. Drawing room cars run through
witiimtt chnTure. from New York to .Manchester.
by 10:40 a in, train, via N. '. & Harlem railroad.
Passengers by Hudson liver steamers, leaving
New York at r. p. m., connect nt Troy w lth 8 n.
m. train, nrrlving nt Manchester at 1ox a. in.
A train leaves Troy at n p. m. arriving at Man
chester nt p. in.
Trains leave ltutland for Manchester nt 3 .
m., :30 u. m. and 2:25 p. m. on Sundays ul 7:30
. 111. Auuress
jyicu 1 . 11. viuv i.s.
XOCII MORGAN'S SOXS'
' S A 1' OLIO
Is u substitute for Soap for all Household pur-jiose-,
except washing clothes.
S A V O L I t)
for Cleaning our House will save Hie labor ot
one cleaner, (live It a trial
S A P O L I O
for Windows ls better than Whiting nr Water.
No removing cuitnlns and carpets.
S A 1' O I. I O
cleans Paint and Wood, In fact the entile house
better than soap. No slopping. Saves labor.
You can't allurd 10 be without II.
S A 1' O
I. I O
for Scouring Knives Is heller and cleaner Hum
ll.ilh Hi lew. will not scratch.
S A 1' O L I O
ls boiler than soap and Sand fur pollshli.g Tin
ware. Ililghlens without scratching.
S A P O I, I ()
ollshes Urns and Conner utensils belter than
Mid or oil and Itoltcn Slnne.
S A P O L I 0
tor Wulilng Dishes and Glassware Is Invalu
able. (iieap'T man .snap.
S A P It I. I H
roi., (..!. siiiin-i fruiii Mnitile Mantles, i'ablos
and statuary, lrom llardlliilslied Walls, and
Horn chin. 1 .Hid Pmciiulii.
S A P O I. I )
removes Mains and Grease from Carpets ami
other woven laoiie-.
Tlit.r.. Is 110 oni. lit-tlrli. know li I hut will do so
maiiy kinds of work, unit do II as well, us Sa-
pollo. Tuv It.
S A 1' O L I O
a new mid vv ondtMiully effective
Toilet So.ip, having 1111 equal In this
country or abroad.
S A P O L 1 O
as un iiitlcle for tho Until, "reaches
the foundation " of all dirt, opens
the pores and gives a healthy ac
tion and brilliant tint to (he skin.
s a p o r.
Cleanses and llejutlllcs the Skin,
Instantly removing an.v stain ur
blemish from both hands unit face.
HAND S A P O I, I O
ls without n rival In tho world tor
curing or preventing roughness
and chapping of either hands or
HAND S A P O I. I O
removes Tar, Pitch, Iron or Ink
Stains and Orease ; for vvoikers lu
Machine Shops, -Mines, Ac., ls In.
vnluable. lw making tho Skin
While and Soft, unit giving to It a
"bloom ot beauty," It ls unsur
passed by any Cosmetic known.
HAND S A P O L I O
costs 10 to 15 cents jut cake, and
even body should have It 'V.nu
will like it.
DON'T FAIL TO THY THESE GOODS,
itnvltnf vour merchant If bo has It or will
procure It for you. It not, tueu wrne lor our
Pamphlet, "All about Sapollo," and It will bo
ENOCH MOHOAN'S SONS,
aUgSd4.w3m V0 Park Place, New York.
JUTLAND MARHLE COMPANY,
WIIOI.KSM.i: DK.VI.KIIS IS
11 LOCK & SAWED MARHLE.
J. N HAXTEH, Supt. WEST IIUTI.AN1I, Vt
,ti .I..-. ......i..u nr lliitlntiil Murhle. In the
shone ot slabs of various thicknesses required
for Furniture, Mantel, and Decorative Work-, a;
well as cemetery uses; also cubic Mock tor
Monumental and ilulldlng pumises inc udlng
liases, strips, nnd Posts, may be found on our
)ardal all limes,
Our extensive arrangement!) tor Iho produe
Hon of Marble, lu th way of Ouamlng Ma
clilnery, and Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
ot kavvs, place us In iiosltlon to sunplv the
wants ot tho Trade, 'wholesale mid He tall
to ravorus wim www uim ir.
1UTTIM MAltlU.K CO.
1HK K M M A A. L K K,
ARTIST IN OIL COI.OHINO,
No'. 100 Wkst Ml) T Nr.w Yohk.
,11.. i n-k ia enAniiinf Dm summer In Vermont.
-.,u r,..,.u.t nnlMm. rorresOOUtl. OrcOUSUlt
wltbtbou) desiring Photographs, Porcelain, aud
ivorytypes. palmed In oil. I'ostofllco address,
(The guthmrt giuty (flobt
FRIDAY, AUGUST lo 187!!.
.Mi Indian llulllc.
Through the kindness of the Atlantic and
Pacific telegraph oftlcluls, says the Omahrt
lire, we are enabled to give the following
Interesting particulars of 11 fierce battle
fought recently between a party of Pawnee
Indians ami a body nf Sioux. The despatch
from Elm Creek states that on Tuesday
morning, while 11 party of about 240 Paw
nee Indians were hunting between tho Re
publican lllvcr ami lllackwooil Creek, In
Xcbraska, 1'JO miles southeast of Elm
Creek, they were su Idcnly surprised and
attacked by n body of 1,500 Sioux. The
Pawnees stood their ground well, notwith
standing the sudden attack ninl the supe
riority of the enemy In numbers and posi
tion, and fought them bravely for ten long
hours. They were then compelled to re
treat or sillier total annihilation. They
were hotly pursued by the Sioux for n ills
tnncc of twenty-five miles, when, aided by
the darkness of the night, they managed by
great cunning to effect their escape. They
traveled as secretly and rapidly as possible
nftcr glv Ing their pursuers the slip, and nr
rived at Elm Creek this morning a badly
used up party. They were terribly pun
Nlieil by the Sioux, having lost about 100,
among whom were some of their best war
riors and hunters and a large number of
sqaws and papooses. A largo number of
tlielr ponies also were either killed or cap
Hired. They lost al-o the most of tlielr
guns, ammunition- clothing, and all of tlielr
provisions, nnd were In a starving condition
upon arriving at Elm Creek. They had
killed COO buffaloes, but had to abandon
them when attacked. The defeated Paw
nees report that the battle was one of the
severest and most sanguinary pngr.gcmcnta
that has been fought on the plains between
red men for many years.
Coal jllun i:ploslon.
A fearful explosion of fire-damp occurred
in tho central coal mine nt Scranton, on
Tuesday morning, through the neglect of
one of the bosses, who left a door to n
worked-out chamber open. The men ap
proached It with naked limps the damp
ignited, and a terrible explosion followed.
Evan Hugh was so badly burned that his
recovery Is doubtful ; the rnnctiksinn threw
Patrick Hanaghan through ft door, injuring
him internally; William Ileddoc was also
li dlv burned, but will recover.
Tin: Coi.oiu.p Men. The State Con
vention of colored men had ft lively dis
cussion at Saratoga Wednesday in relation
to continuing the State organization. W.
F. .lohiiMin of Albany contended that,
while ho attended chinch and partook of
the Lord's Supper witli white and black
men and women; while he did business
with while and black citizens alike; while
his children sat on scat In i-ehool with the
most favored lu the land, it was unwise to
maintain sepcrate political organization.
Mr. Johnson was out voted and the organ
ization was maintained.
A Goon Dais Worn;. One day last
week Mr. Seth I.angdon of Xevv Haven,
forgot that it was his seventy-fourth biilh
day, and with one pair of horses mowed
eleven acres of grass. It was on the old
family farm, on Town Hill, where his fatli
er pulled the stump in the early agricul
tural development of that town. It is now
one of the finest farms in the state. Mr.
I.angdon is a well preserved old man, of
the true type of a gentleman, largely "given
to hospitality" and deserves the compe
tence ho ha gained for biuiH'lf nnd fam
ily. Til). Most I.mi'oiit.vm' Shot or niK
Dav. The Ogdensburg Journal says:
Dudley Lamb, 11 spectator of a trap shoot
at Ccntrevllle (iu Clinton county V) last
Thursday, was sitting on a fence near the
point where the outshooters stood, and re
ceived a charge of shot in the back of the
head which sent him to the ground and ter
minated fatally. As several of the shooters
fired at tho same time, it is not known who
killed the man, but it was, nevertheless,
the most Important shot of the day."
A Laiioi: Fuki.ii.il. On Saturday after-
noon the obsequies of the late Alderman
William Dobbins of Lowell wns largely at
tended under the direction of the Ancient
ltork Lodge of Freemasons. The Knights
of Pythias, members of the city government
and 11 large circle of friends. Rev. George
S. Cliadbourne former pastor of the Metho
dist Church In ltutland conducted the ser
vices delivering ft very appropriate and
touching address. The American llrass
Hand led the cortege and masonic services
were performed nt the grove.
Vacant Ciiukciiks. The three Melho.
dlst churches on the em-tcrn limits of the
Troy conference at Washington Mid
dlefield and West Wotthlngton, Mass., are
now vacant, as Indeed the one at West
Worthlngton has been for years, In the
town of Washington there is no meeting
whatever. Tho Mlddlefleld church Is used
as a chapel by the Congrcgationallsts. The
Hinsdale church is alsu vacant this year.
DniKCTons. Tho annual meeting of the
Sugar River Railroad Co., was held at
Newport, July 28th. Tho following gen
tlemen were chosen officers for the year )
ensuing : 7i'm'tor K. L. Ooddard, J P. '
Upham, L. W. llarton, Edmund Ilurke, 1
1). W. Johnson, John S. Wnlker, Dexter 1
Itlchurd. PrrmltnlJ, S. Wnlker, Trem- 1
urrr Dexter Richards. Clerk S. II. j
SimvuY. Engineer Darling's survey of
the Railroad from llardwlck fn Marshfleld
by way of Cnliot, shows light cuts and easy
grades. The estimated cost Is $4(10,000 ;
the distance being 15 miles.
nr. .-..... r,..vvv.NTioN The
.,..t.t L.,.,.bm of Cheshire Counly will
be held at Kcene, August 18th to the 22nd,
Snlon Wilder of Ilo.inn, Conductor,
LMtlOlfi THJtEM CENTS.
Two Indies made Iiqu'.ilcs nt the Path
Hospllnl New York, for missing men.
They had been to every hospital In the
city nnd even lo Die Morgue without find
lug any traces of the lost. The first, clad
lu deep mourning, vvns looking for 11
brotlier-lii-lnvv, Hugh Heck by name, ami
a carpenter by trade, icidlng In Spencer
.street, Hrooklyn, with his wife nnd two
clilldien. He left home on the 1st of
August, and has sliitebeen neither Ken
nor heard from. The f-cennd litdy was
looking for her husband, ClartiU'e II
Ralphs, superintendent of the Xevv .IcrM'V
IttpubUcnu. He left his tesldiice in
Il.iekensack, X. .1., 11 week ago with the
Intention of coining to New York to
buy paper. He bought Hie paper; aflei
that 110 trace could be found of him. He
carried little money and no wntrh. He
was under the medium size and thin, 11ml
vvns tlre..cd In n light gray tweed suit with
A Loving Couple Dove a Crusty Father
witli Morphine and then Flopc. The gen
tleman who encountered so many obstacle
in trying to get away with his intended
hriilcn few weeks ago nt Hoolck, hassut
ecedeil In gaining the afl'cctlons of her
mother, and one day last week, having
supplied the injured husband plentifully
witli benzine In order lohave him insensi
ble of Ids crafty plans, the twain ijuietly
proceeded to pack clothing, etc., for a hasty
retreat, lint alas, the whiskey was too
thin I The old gentlemen's suspicion were
aroti- d, and they had to subside. Hut un
willl.j to beb.iflled they procured n (plant!
ty nf morphine, which they carefully mixed
with his favorite beverage; and this proved
n quieting lotion. The happy couple left
for pat ts unknown and the deserted bus
band Is getting i!eperate.
Dis.vsiuioi s Hsu or a Co-Oi'Kitvrtv )
FoLwnnv. An application has been madi.
to dissolve the Albany Union l'oundry
Company. The application is based on the
fact that the company are now w ithout the
means of proceeding lu the business in
which they were engaged, as their building,
have been sold under mortgage, nnd they
are not now the possessors of any real es
tate. It appears from the petition, also,
that the company tvaed to manufacture
stoves or iron ware in 1871, and the time
intervening has been devoted to the selling
of the stock on hand. There were one
hundred and two .stockholders iu the com
pany, representing in the share owned by
them .1 capital of iJHfi.COll, The asol ot
the company, nt present are $.",1110.07,
principally money in bank, ami the debt
'Mine A Our.AT Xoisk. An exchange
sajs: An entluisia-t!c friend of the Amer
ican Centennial celebration, writing to a
prominent official in Washington, suggests
that at noon (Washington time on tin
Fourth of July, 1870, all the gun, bell,
locomotive nnd other land whistles, the
trumpet, drum, organ and other mini
cal instrument, witli the million of voice,
in our groat land, burst forth in sound of
joy and prai-e. He alo proposes that sim
ilar demonstrations take place abroad, in
timation being given of the lime through
the cable. Nothing is said about inducing
the rooster to crow, tho bird to sing, hor..e
to neigh, etc-, unless these interesting per
formances are included in "tho millions of
voices in our great land." We hope they
will not bo forgotten.
An A.stif.xT Viditoii. A lady has been
stopping at Columbia Hall, New Lebanon,
on the Harlem Extension Railroad, who
was one of the parly accompanying .Ioeph
Ilona parte m his visit to that celebrated
watering place in 1821. Her name Is Miss
Munger, and her father was physician to
Xapoleoii at St. Helena.
A SiMtiKii Hiru.Capt. Joseph Jackson,
formerly of Hampden, w ho died Iat weel.
at Rochester, came to his death from the
ctl'eets of the bite of a spider received ten
years before while haying in the town of
Hampden. The poisonous effects of the
bite, which vva inflicted by a white spider,
were severely felt by bin) at the time, and
he never fairly recovered therefrom,
1 Tut; W001, M.vnitKT. The wool markel
is unusually active. lloston is now the
leading market in the country for this sta
ple, receiving now about 10,000 bales per
week, the receipts for the month being
41, .107 bales.
Issi'iiasce. In 1872 one hundred and
eighty-two Insurance Conipmies doing
business In Massachusetts, had policies nt
risk during the year exceeding ten tviimn
An Kt.ni.ni.v I'aktv. Mr. I.eonot
Partington gave .1 party to sixteen ladies n
her new residence.. The united ages of the
sixteen were 11 S3 years: the oldest being
83 and the youngest C'-'. Ten nl the mini
ber were widows.
A Pilot itaiii.k Positions. The c
animation Into the conduct of Justices of
tho Peace, nnd Constables In tho 1) strict of
Columbus, just concluded, shows that these
offlclols received nearly $100,000 annually
lu fees In excess of the law.
Tut: Wiii.at Cnoi'. The Department
of Agriculture report that the prospective
yield nf 1873 is 220.000,000, bushels. All
through Xew England dry weirther has
greatly Injured the crop.
Stii.i. Anotiiv.ii. Another rope walker
Slgnor Ilallluo.ls going to cross the Xiagara
below the falls nn ti cable, and will "knock
spots" out of ltlondln by tlnnlly jumping
Into the river beneath by n distance of ISO
Steam Hoilkii Ikupkanok. Tho icport
I of the Hartford steam lioilcr Inspection
I and Insurance company for Iho month nl
June shows ' 2084 hollers examined, lu
I which 850 defects were discovered, 207
I being leganleil ns dangerous, while twelve
- are condemned ns 1 1 1 for line.