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THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, FBI DAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1873.
Jews nt SnriHogn.
WHAT JOHN I'AL'L THINKS OF THE OYEri.
FASTIDIOUS CimlSTtANS WHO DMNSK
"Vou'vo got nil the 'Jews' over with
you," said a gcntlcinnn from one of the
olhcr hotels to me last evening! "they
phut down on them over to theother house;
won't havo 'em 1 " I like that t proscrip
tions of all kinds is good. I like to hear
ono man say the hates an Englishman,
and another that ho can't Bland an Irish
man, for It shows that their educations nro
not finished) each has something furth
er In llfo to look forward to. If they live
long enough they will cotno to tho conclu
sion arrived at by tho great French trave
ler, who declared that after visiting every
part of the known world, ho had made up
ids mind that It wns inhabited only by
men and women. Hut religious proscrip
tion Is especially pleasing to tho naked eye.
So far as business dealing Is concerned, an
olllccr of one of our most prominent banks,
to whom I repeated tho observation, re
marked that of nil the' men who had deal
lugs with his bank, ho found "Jews the
most honest, the most faithful in the per
formanre of tho very spirit of their con
tracts, and the most trustworthy in all
money transactions. And Is it not so?
Among the paupers who till our streets
md our asylums, our hospitals and our
jnlK tlo vou llnd n "Jew"? They feed
their nwn'pfxir nnd tako care of their own
sick, f.lke the best modern engines, they
consume their own smoke and rubbish,
lint aside from these material facts, there
is n poetry and a grandness nlmut the Jew
Uh character which 1ms always moved me
to i evcrence.
A nation without a country, a people
without a home, flowing through and pene
trating all nations, yet not commingling
with n single one; preserving all their in
dlvldualitiei, their religion, their language,
their customs Intact : the same now as when
led by the cloud by day nnd tho pillar of lire
at nluht. thev went dry-shod through the
cloven sea, and encamped in the wilderness
beneath the fame stars which now- stud the
heavens. Show me ft people liko this in all
history i a people around whom all the
grand poetry of tho Jlihle clusters ; ft people
rich In tradition beyond all precedent, who
have yet preserved the miniitet of those
traditions while dynasty after dynasty has
cumliled around them, and nation after na
tion has faded from off the face of the earth ;
a people who hav e clung to the faith of their
lathers, to the one (Ind whom their fathers
worshipped, asking no change and seeking
no change, while creed after creed has hail
its day, and decay and incessant were mcr
doctrinal points have deolatcd empires
My sympathies in the play, let me confess,
ban-always liecn with Shylock. House
less anil homeless, spoiled oi his wealth and
robbed of his daughter, he is driven nut In
Ids old age to childless penury nnd for
what? Insulted and spat upon, his religion
reviled nnd his house dishonored, he took
his revenge In cowardly murder after the
Christian pattern; he sought but the fulfill
ment of n contract, the terms of which he
hail complied with, nnd would have com
piled with, probably, had positions heen re
versed. Would not Shyloek, think you,
have bared his brenst to 'tho knife in fulfill
ment of his bond with the spiritless fuss that
Antonio made about it? Such is Jewish
faith; depend on it the despised Jew would
not have sheltered himself from tho fulfill
ment nfa bargain which he himself sought
under the quibble nbout a drop nf blood.
"Wont have Jews j" talk about "the best
society of New York," you do not know
what it is until you have ndngled with Jews,
gone among the Rabbis, sat at their feet,
and, in admiration of manners and learning
which pass all previous experiments, of a
gracious gentleness which makes the tolera
tion afforded you by any other sect seoin
boorish rudeness, recognised n "society" to
which few can hope permanently to attain,
a courtesy which comes of the scholarship
and culture of thousand of years. "Wi.n't
have Jews," indeed I
sOITMF.ltXKr. rt Ol'IXlON DAltK PtCTVUV.H
UK CnNFRIIKIiATK (MYKIIXMKST.
Ex-Senator Foote of Mississippi, In sonic
reminiscences contributed to the Wash
lngtnn VhronMf, thus speaks of Jefferson
Having no respect for Mr. Davis's cu
parity ; having not the least confidence In
Ids sincerity and manliness: knowing him
10 no vain, bcuisii, overbearing, ambitious,
Intriguing, nnd a slave to Ids prejudices
and partialities ; not having had the least
personal intercourse with ldm at that time
tor years; knowing well that he had cher
ished nn undying hatred for me since 1 had
beaten him for the ofllce of governor of
.Mississippi in 1851, and had nlded at that
time in thwarting the scheme which he
and others bad set on foot to withdraw' the
southern States from the federal Union, it
may seem n. little surprising to some that I
should have consented to occupy for a mo.
ment n seat in the confederate congress.
Hut it was mainly localise I entertained
such nn unfavorable opinion of Mr. Davis,
nnd because I painfully distrusted Ida alms
and purposes, that I was willing to come
near to him in nn official capacity ; that
thus I might hnvo it in my power to keep
watch over all ids movements, and aid as
far as might lie possible in disapproving his
projects of personal ambition. I certainly
Intended to give a faithful nnd true sup
port to the confederate cause after I had
become enlisted in It, as I indisputably did ;
but I did not intend to let Mr. Davis become
nn emperor if I could prevent it, nor allow
his servitor in congress toorganlzo military
despotism in Illclimond upon the false pre
text that they were extreme devotees to
state rights and to southern Independence.
In point of fact I wns never at the presl
dentlnl mansion once during my four
years stay In Richmond, nnd not h day
passed while I occupied a sent In the con
federate congress that was not more or less
slgnali7cd by my vehement opposition to
Mr. Davis nnd to most of the members of
the Infamous cabinet, whom I well knew
to be absolute slaves to his will mercen
ary to unsci upulousness, corrupt and con
temptible. Almost every dayT felt that
my life was In danger, but every da-1 wns
morn and morn zealous In my opposition to
.Mr. Davis nnd his favorite measures of
policy, nnd to thu corrupt nnd prolllgato
schemes of hlsBpecial friends and suppor
ters. It Is eminently painful to me to
speak of those things, but the time lias
come when the truth must he told. I do
not believe that a moro heartless and grind
ing despotism lias been anywhere known
sluco the days of Dionyslus of Syracus,c
man me ono nicy set on toot.
A few months before this evil apparition
of a government built upon the basis of ex
treme state rights and secession liroko up,
n bill of resolutions was Introduced ond
passed unanimously in the eonfederafe sen
ate, providing for the payment of 700 in
gold to Jctrerson Davis ns part of his presi
dential salary of $2,1,000. This was evi
dently intended as n preliminary step to
ward paying tho whole 8-Ti,000 in gold
thereafter. The bill had been under con
sideration in tho body wlicro it originated
for several days, and had been much dis
cussed In the Illclimond newspapers, so that
Mr. Davis was bound to know that it was
beforo Congress. liy existing law ids sala
ry was payable alone In confederate paper,
and such was tho distinct understanding
when ids second election occurred, His
remarkable phystogomy stood visibly im
p esscd upon every confederate note, so
that tho payment of Ids salary in anything
but confederate paper was fatally to dis
credit tho only currency wo had. Mr.
Davis had u dwelling hnuso supplied to
him, and furniture, fuel and provision lor
six horses nt the government's expense
Tho members of cougreis wcro content to
rcccivo as tho recompense of their legisla
tive labors confederate money, though it
was now worth only ten conts on tho dollar.
Tho confederate soldiers would havo been
glad to get their own wretched pay in the
paper currency; but could not even get
that. Tho poor fellows were, most of them,
in rags and batctoot. When this legisla
tive monitntm horremhim reached tho
house, I roso in my place and and said that
I would move a tot vote 1 1 wished to know
how many men tore were slavish and cor
rupt enough to rot for so infamous a meas
ure, and I moved Uo.-nrt it on the table,
calllngffor tho yeas andntyi, To the lion-
oroftlio body, bo It spoken, only seven
persons had the unblushing audacity to vote
yea. I have, not stated a hundredth part of
the cnormitict, the enactment of which I
was dailv compelled to witness at Richmond,
I ncrcr liopo to be compelled to detail all I
witnessed there. I shall spend no time, ub-
on Mr. Davis's cruel persecution of such
tncritorous officers as Joo Johnson, Heau
regard, Qustavus Smith, Stonewall Jackson
and others ; nor shall I explain hero how
tho last-mentioned personage, was preven
ted from retiring abruptly from the confed
erate service, as a consequence of th con
tinued annoyances to whibh lie was subjec
ted, by the special Interposition of tho Vir
ginia Legislature. Nor need I expatiate
here upon Mr. Davis's unpardonaldo adher
ence to such men as Ilragg and Illndman,
both of whom as I repeatedly proved in Con
gress, by irrefutable testimony, were cov
ered thickly with the blood of innocent men
whom they had murdered deliberately ami
without thu least authority, even of what
wo at that time recognized as law. Nor
shall I advert to the fact that Mr. Davis had
notoriously kept in the ofheo of commission
ary general, in opposition to almost univer
sal public sentiment, the Infamous North
nip, a man once confined in a madhouse,
and then obviously In an unsound state of
mind, whose administration of the commis
sary department had been such as almost to
b:cak up the nrmy by starvation, and that
in spite of all the exposures which Iliad
from time to time made of his malefactions,
he still held on to him until ho could get no
respectable person to hold the Secretaryship
of War, except on the condition of this
man's removal. These are Indeed most
painful reminiscences, a minute record of
which would only awaken profitless disgust
(Clothing & uruteuiwrj floods.
"RATES' HOt'SK rOHNKlt,
(' I. () T II 1 N CI,
DENTS' FURNISHING HOODS,
KOI I THE NKXT 10 in Yd
,i' i I o make room for
F.A'i.' i. . "(Vao n s .
REDUCTION IN PRICES.
I' I. O T II I N...G
COST AND LESS THAN COST,
"" Ifirlhe next
T II I It. T V ,D A.'V
' i 1 I, I
po make room for
F A L'l.'.O O (1 11 H .
A full Hue of
GENTS' FURNISHING OOODS.
A. (). CUNNINGHAM,
No. 5 Ckntfr St., Opposite the Depot.
BARKE ACADEMY, BAIUIE,
MONT. J. S. HrACLDINO, I.L. I).. 1TI
H Is the design of tho Instructors fomrnlsli
vounir - men and ladlen tha most ninnln nnd
Jt tit IWJiaAl.I.. A. !.. AH.1IKIUUL ITIIICIUUI.
l borough culture lu preparation fur college or
viiKiueH.s. -rue pniioHopmeai ana cneimcai ap
paratus Is extensive und freelv used. Ilnarrl.
including room, washlngaud Ironing, from ts.oo
iu c-t.w prr rr k. ruii lerni ueKius au. i8i.
ioio. rur I'uuiiuKuv sc, apiuviu mnrir ill.
EDUCATION A I.
The Vail Term of this School will commence
TUESDAY, SKITKMHKlt 1CTH, 1S73,
under the tuition of Itslonner teacher,
MISS MZ.IE F. M E It It 1 1. 1. ,
with competent Asjdslanls.
Instruction Is offered In Common and Higher
r.uKiinu jiuuiur.s, jiiHiiiriuttiH'r., rrencn, 1411111
(lood board In private famtltes at reasonable
Persons desiring to patronise Hits hchoolcan
iiuiuiu luriiier luioriuauon Dy auaressing J,
n uiur.il, Y rat iiuperi, T I,
Reference Is bad to former patrons and the
luiiuiviuK Kuii?iueu wuu uuvo anenuea exam
inations of this school: Judati Dana. A. M.
ITlnclnul of Itutland Hindi School : lion. Henrv
Clark, Member of the Itutland Hoard of EdUca-
iiun: uev. u. uajoen, west jcupcrt. Vermont;
ftp V II Unt.nnp.1 U,..M 1. , '
.... I., ttiuj lllltu, r.Ull-111, if-r. 1UIK. J
A ST I.ETON SEMINARY.
The next Term will commence on the 4th of
TEl.EdltAl'ltr HTII.I. TAt'OHT.
This old and well known Institution In still
in successful operation, with a full corps of
teachers, for preparing young men for college,
or for business, and ottering unusual facilities
in anisic, rrrncii, drawing anti rainung, una
inuri nt-i-uiiijiiisiiim'iiin iu juillll luiues.
STATE NOIi.MAI, SCHOOL,
tee Tuition Is offered to all who graduate,
and a thorough course) In branehpa rpnnlriKl t.v
Hie Htate, together with theory and practice or
teaching. ItKV. It. . W1LI.IAMH, 1
riMIE FAI.h TEHM OF THE HUH
X .INOTON, VT., HCIIOOI,
for young ladles, will open nn
WEDNESDAY, 8KITEMBEII 10th.
i.rAnl!!lJ!.ud.nuiP,be.ro,J)0arders taken Into (he
rrlnclpal'B family for the year.
i or terms apply to tho I'rlnclpal.
.ii?.'c.rnWc!!llI(;nt Angcll, Ann Arbor,
Mich.! J'rof.M. Petty. Iliirllnirton. Vt.: Her.J
i '..fYer, J.!ffl!. ,?tl Wrt
BurtrBifaniSii; vl. ""ll"ur"'
A MILITAItY COLLEOE,
E8TAI1I.IHHED IN 1814.
J?!?.a.pJep?il!f tory Department, thorouirh Mas-
sartSi' rEdiorcireu'ta?. AddKS, r
Next term begliu Auir. ssth. ' J
nefertnces-Uon.'fl.M.'Dorr, Charles Clement.
URT A- SHERMAN
5500 YARDS AM ElilC AN AND COCHKCO
I0c. iOjc. lOJc. lOjc.
too YARDS, 4-4 STRIPED AND POLKA DOT
C A M 11 It 1 C S.
15 cents, reduced from 20 cents.
1100 LINEN SUITS, WIIITK SUITS,
In Muslin and Victoria Ijvwn, N M to tlo no.
II I 'It T ( SUN UMAX
Offer Hie most elegant vnilett of choice
II 1. A 0 K 0 O () II S
In New England, ti t exlrcinclv l.iw prices.
Of all kinds, reduced to-day.
PARASOLS, LAMES' AND CHlDREN'S,
Opened new to-day, very handsome anil cheap.
llURT'S NEW YOUK S1IOKS.
Thin shoe Is worn very extensively tnNew
York City, and Is the best, cheapest and hand
somest shoe in Amerlcu,
Ilt'llT A .MIE1I.MSX
OITer the largest and best variety of Dry Hoods,
and have the best llghlndand largest
Sales-room In Vermont.
IWHT 4 SIIKHMAN.
itutland, duty is, ts;:
PRINO OOODS. SPRING GOODS
KINSMAN A- Itoss
Wish to say to the public that they have now
open for Inspection the best line of Spring
floods they ev er offered.
itosiKitv, oi.ovks .tc
All elegant line of
SILK AND WOOL POPLIN',
IIIITTKRICK'S CKI.EHltATKD 1'ATTEItNS
Cal and examine our new line of trusts.
No. 3 Merchants' Kow. Itutland
JAHKHUKST & CO.,
Wholesale nnd Detail Dealers In
F O H E I O N AND DOMESTIC
FANCY OOODS, NOTIONS AC.,
Merchanls' How, HiilUnd, Vermont.
We Invite -especial attention of alt persons
visiting Itutland, or persons In pursuit of the
best place to bu) goods In our linn to our stock",
which embraces the principal staples of the
IT IS Ol'lt AIM
To keep constantly In stock, specialties In
every department worthy of tho attention or all
persons In nursult of Drv Hoods.
Our stock Is selected with great care and
marked at prices to fully correspond with the
We have now on hand specialties In
DOMESTIC DRY (IOOHS,
OLOVES, HOSIEHY, COHSKTS,
And tn fact we have bargains
11 every depati
KID (II.OVES, ,;s. u, 1.S3, 1.60, 1.75.
C. A. l'AHKHUHST, & CO.
Itutland, August e, 1SI3.
jrJootis nurt ltoa
HEAT CIiOSINO OUT SALE
It O O T S
AND S H O E H !
All kinds of Summer floods a cost or less, to
make room ior a
FALL LINE It
Now Is tho time at No. 0 to get shod for
small amount of money.
Children and Misses
at a low ngure.
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF ,
A new stock of Illacksmlth'sApronsJiist arrived
at No, Merchants' Itow,
0. W. CURRIER.
Q. It K A T It E D U V T I () N
The great excitement now prevailing In Itut
land Is, where can a Man, Woman or Child get
the best BOOT OK SHOE tor the smallest
amount or money.
Now, Citizens of Rutland and vlclnltv. I claim.
and do also state, that I can soil you anything
usually kept In a nrst-cUus Boot and Shoe store
as cheap, or even cheaper, than can be found
inia bum uz uunum or new xorK inarxeus.
1 IP-. 8. Please call bcfnra nurehaslnir else.
where, and I think that you will be convinced
(before leaving) that tho above statement Is
currrct. taunt rvspecuuwy,
No. B, Merchants' Row, Rutland, Vt.
mure lurmrnj' woupiea oy rrencn s narrows
Junelifdiy t , '
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
No. 120 HniiAiiwAY, Nkw Yoiik,
Has become the most popular Ltfo Insuranco
Compiny In the world.
Assets over tso.ooo'ooo
New business during the year 1S72 of the Com
panies represented tn Itutland.
Mutual Lire 34,D37,;iD
l'homlx Mutual 21,7.11,711
charter Oak 12,'J48,r.sl
iMassachuseltx Mutual 0,417,'ni
North America 4,24,47r.
I.BCAI. ADVtsniiv notiin ok hkikkknck:
.tolin N. Ilaxter,
Ner. 1. Hlmons,
.lolin A. Mead, M.D ,
Joel M. Haven,
(leo. It. Hottum,
Charles L. Ktlmson,
.lolin W, Crninton,
..iiiiii j, nneiiion,
Nicholas 1.. Davis.
MASON A- VAtroiIN,
i 01. ,ii, v eii7e.,
DUHNHA.M A- TEMPLE.
We are Airents for the followlnu nisi class
Khe Insurance companies,
Home, N. Y
Insurance of No. America,
Phenlx, N. Y..
, .. " in.noo.iHW
Those are the best known or nil the companies
represented In Rutland, and since we have
represented them they mtv jmiil vwre immey 10
the citizens of Rutlnnd and vlclnll.v f,n alt
iithtr mi;simW ctrmblnrtl.
This record proves their slnblllty nnd their
willingness to pay alt proper claims.
We conlldentlv exnect 11 continuance sat the
liberal patronage vv filch these companies tune
We also remesi'iit the Travelers Life and Ac
cident Insurance company. W11 give a better
anu cheaper jwncy limn any inner i.iie com
pany. Call and see.
IICRNIIAM A- TEMPLE,
onice, Oiwra House, Rutland, t.
tovf!S ami Sin Wave.
UNN & CKAMTON,
.Mnnufactili ers of all kinds of
and dealers In
'LANISIIED, BRITANNIA, JAPAN, OI.
,AND WOODEN WARES
of every description.
IIROOMS, BRUSHES AND BASKETS.
and a general nssoitinent of
.t! .5 -
HOUSE FUHNISniNC, (HIODS.
Special facilities for Jobbing all kinds of
TIN AND OI.ASS WAKE.
f All kinds of hihtkk taken In exchange for
NO. 14 MERCHANTS' ROW.
Rutland, Vt., May 1, 1973.
E M O Y A L
H. O. staley, of the late tlrm of staley A Llp
plncott, has removed his business from No. 37
Center SL, to No. 1! Merchants' Itow, vvnere he
has formed a copartnership with Messrs. Dunn
A Cramtou, under tho firm name of s. (). staley
A Co. He will be pleased to seo nil of his old
customers, und as many new ones as will favor
him with a call
0 . S T A L E Y
No. tit, Mkrciunts' Row,
STOVES AND HOT AIU Kl'HNACES.
The Mewnrt and Now American Cooking
moves, for both wood and coal, constantly un
hand.. Manufacturers of und dealers In
.COPPER, TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE.
P L U M 11 I N
In all Its branches! Bath Tubs, Water Closets",
(lasandWatei Piping, and Flttlngsof
' .i, kinds.
TIN ROOFINO AND JOBBINO
Of all kinds promptly attended to. None but
skillful nnd reliable workmen employed,
AU. WOltK HAMIAXTJU).
KSMEMBIB, 3 POOHS SOUTH OF T11K OrSKA UOl'SI
,ldi" !lti i 1I1 1.
id. f '.li 1
jy:VI (. KINOSIiEY.
' Dealer In
DL'iLDKItS' AND CAnrNKT
Weymouth Klne Flnlshln? and Empire Cut
Nolls, Iron, fiteol, Cholns, c
fit IPL'UUl'riiui rrrri ti
11I.ACKHMIT I'S STOCK,
1 Sleel, Iron, Picks, Ames' Shovels, masting Puw.
iler (gov eminent proof), Kuse, Larue
:DrlU Kites, Steel Striking Ham
mers. Handles, Ae.
MANILLA ItOI'i: AND COKDAOK.
SAW-MII.L, CIltCfl.Alt AND WOOD SAWS,
AND llOYNTON'S LKIIIT.NISt!
P A I N T S ,
oils. Varnishes, nine, Sand Paper, llrushes, c.
OI.ASS AND PUTTY.
Asplendldllneof Table and Pocket Cutlerv,
Shears and scissors.
I' r U N I T U It E .
Parlor Furniture, Center Tables, Mirrors, Kt
tension Tables, llodsteads, Matlrasses,
Spring lleds, Iiureaus and Chabn.
Manufacturer of lllack Walnut, Chestnut nnd
Painted chamber .sets.
(' A It Fe T S .
Velvet, Iiriiisels, Tapestry, Three Ply and In
grain Carpets, oil cloths, Ac., ac
COFKINS AND CASKETS,
AND METALLIC I1UHIAL CASKS
At L. (I. KINOSLKY'S. '
Itutland, June 17,1S73.
Wholesale and Retail Deatcis In
STEEL. NAILS, Ac., Ac, Ac.
general Assortment of
It E L T I N (I,
A O I N O, Ac
TIMOTHY, CLOVEK, AND
NOVA SCOTIA PLASTEK,
LODI MANIIKAOTCRINn CO.'S' PODDRKTTE.
A Fttl.t. IINK OK . 1
AOmOULTUKAL . IMPLEMENTS.'
1' ' V O It (! A H II
0 E A
lilies . ,M
H O L D S T O K E.
- S 5
3 c I
o 5 5. ' h 7.
r. t - W 3
! c i; f 8
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j-ANDON A- II UNTO ON,
QUAKE 11 H1TTE11S,
A HK EAT MEDICAL DISCOVEHY
Extract of Itiwts and Herbs which almost In
vnrlablj cure the following complaints.
Dsiepsla, Heart Hum, Liver Complaints and
Ihs of iipiele cured by taking a tew bottles.
Lassitude, LowSplrlts and sinking Sensation
cured at once.
Erupllons, Plmnles: lilotiiies nnd
lies of the blood, bursting through the skin or
otherwise, cured rendllyljy following Iheilirec
Hons on the bottle
For Kldnev. Bladder nnd t'rlnim ilomntr,..
ments it has no ciiinl; one bottle will convince
the most sceptical,
Wormscxpcllcdfroiiithes.vstchivvltlioiit the I
least dimculty i a few bottles are sufficient for I
the most obstinate cases.
Piles, oniOiotllo lias cured the most dinicult 1
ease vvheh all other remedies failed. I
Nervous Dinicultles, Neuralgia. Headache,
Ac., eased Immediately,
Rheumatism, Swelled Joints nnd all Scrofula
AlUlctlons removed, or greatly relieved bv this
, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Convulsions, and Hyslei
les cured or relieved.
Dinicult Breathing, Pains In the lungs. Side
and Chest, almost Invnrlablv cured hv tat.llura
few bottles of (Biaker Bitters,
Fcmalo Diniciiltlcs,so prevnlent nmong Amer
ican ladles,yleld readily to this Invaluable med
icine, the (Junker Bitters.
Bullous, Remittent and Intermittent Fevers,
so prevalent In mnny parts of our country, com
pletetj eradicated by (he use of the ouaker Bit
iers. The Aged flnd In the Quaker Bitters JUstthe
article they stand In need of In their declining
jenrs, It quickens tho blood and cheers tho
mind, and pave the passage down the plan In
cllned. No one can long remain unwell (unless nllllct
ed wllh an Incurable disease) inter Inking n few
bottles of (Juaker Bitters.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers In Medicine
Sir- Sold nt Wholesale nnd Retail bv c. p.
WINO, Druggist, Rutlnnd.
DIt. II. S. EMNTA CO.,
Al their Great Medical Depol, 195 and 197 Broad
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THE MIDLAND RAILWAY Is an enterprise
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hundred and eighty-eight miles of Its railroad
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wego, and on the Western Extension, towards
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rise tn the value of the properly.
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and Hudson River Railroad Is
Tho selling value of the stock und
liondsot tho .Midland Railway
Companies, Including sufficient
to complete slnglo track to Buf
falo, and double track cast of
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Length of New York central nnd
Hudson River railroad from New
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length of the Midland railway,
Jersey City to Buffalo, via Mont-
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Saving over the Central route.... 70 miles.
Saving over tho Erie routf as miles.
This difference of dlstnnco In favor of the
Midland route must always enable It to com
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freight, and ought to glvo It a larger sliaro of
thu passengers than any other line. The eaily
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VERMONT CENTRAL AND
V I..V.MJ If.Vll.lfUAIf'..
on nnd after Mondav. Juno 2d. 1S73. trains
vv 111 run us follows, (Sunda s excepted; :
(I01S0 SOCTH AND KAST.
Iave Rutland nt 12:f) and 4:30 a. m.. and liido
and r,:fKi p. m.
.iaiih i.euu tigiiensourg ni i:in p. m., si.
Albans nt 6:'i0 a. m Burlington at S:10 a. in.,
Port Henry at 7:l a. ni., Itutland nt 12:10 p. tn.,
Bellows Falls nl 2:3n p. m arriving at New ton
don at ;:3u p. in., connecting with steamer tor
NEW YORK EXPRESS.-Leaves St Albans at
0:fi a. m., Biitllngton li:2n u. In., arriving lu
Jim lanu in iz:;ti p. in.
NIGHT EXPRESS. Leaves Ogdensburg at 12;.
3.1 p.m., Plattsbtirgs:3a p.m., Montreal 3:30 p.m.,
St. Johns 4:Mi p. in., St. Albans 7:20 p. m., Bur
llngtoii lulu p. in., Rutland 12:.MI n. in.. Bellows
Falls, 8:2.r a. in., arriving at New iAindon at llstr.
.mixed train. Leaves Burlington at sawn.
m., arriving In Itiilland. at ?:4o 11.10. Leaves
Iliillatul nt 4:3ti a. 111.. I cilows Falls 7:4r, a.m..
(accominodat Ion 1 ral n),a rrlvl ng nl New Uindon
at r.:lnp. 111.
MIXED lit A IN. reaves lu and nt r.:00 11. 111.
arriving In B. Hows Falls al 10:ii p. 111.
Leaves Rutland at 1:43 and MO a. in., nnd S:Sn
and r,:n.-. i. 111.
.MAIL. Leaves New London at f.ion a. in..
Snrlngtleld S:iki a. in., Boston 7:30 a. m Bellows
Falls 11:1.".., Rutland 2:30 p. in., nrrlvlng at Port
Henry nt i:fi p. 111., Biiiflngton n:nu p. in., St.
Albans BMft p. m., Montreal n:4.i p. in., Ogdens
burg l:4.r, 11. in., making connections with trains
EXPRESS-Leavcs Rutland at mos p. m., St.
Albans nt s:.vp. m.
NIGHT EXPRESS. Leaves xew I)ndon at
2:4.1 p. 111., sprlnglleld at s:ln p. 111., connecting
with train lenvl.'.g New York nt H:ihi p. m., Bel
lows Falls 11:20 p. in., connectlngwlth train
leaving Boston nt ft:So p. in., Rutland 1:43 a. 111.,
Burlington 4:4d a. in., st. .Mbans C:to, arriving
In Montreal nt n:H a. 111., Plattsbtirg nf 12:00 in.,
and Ogdensburg nt I2::i?i p. 111., connecting with
trains for the West.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Rutland at .1:4Sa. m.
Leave Burllugluii nt i::io 11. m M. Albans 12:111
m., arriving In Ogdensburg nl s:Mip. in. and St.
Johns nl 8:Mip. in.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Bellows Falls at 4:3o
a. m., nrrlv lug In Rutland at (i:2i a.m.
ACCOMMODATION. leaves New London nt
S:ian. m., Bellows Falls r,:m p. m., un-ivlng lu
Rullanil at S:3.1 p. m.
Trains leave Burlington going east, for Mont
poller, Ac., nt fcm a. in., 12:.ii) )). m. and 7:M p. in.
Trains leavo Bellows Falls going 1101 th, for
While lllvcr Junction, Ac, at s:3o a. m. nnd
11:1.1 a.m., nnd &:M and llrJu p. 111.
CoNNKimoNs. At Iliitland wllh Itenssclner A
Saratoga mid Harlem Extension Railroads; at
Bellows Falls wllh Cheshire Railroad; at south
Vernon with Connecticut lllvcr Railroad.
ewsiecplng cars are attached to night trains
between St. Allinns nnd Troy, und Burllnglou
and Boston. OYI.V MERRILL,
bt. Albans. Vt.. June 3d. Wii.
TARLEM EXTENSION RAILROAD.
CHAN OE OP TIME
On and after Monday, June 20th, 1s72, trains
will tun ns follows:
MIXED. Leaves Rutland at 3:uo a.m., con
necting nt state Lino with train for Troy.
JIAII. Leaves Rutland 9.3H n. in., and mak
ing close connections nt Chatham 4 Comers
with trains for New York, Albany, Hudson, and
both east and west on B. A A. R. It.
MIXED. Leave Rutland at 2.2.1 p. m., to Ben
nington anil Troy.
Y MILk TRAIN (with nassenger ear
attached). Leaves Rutland at 7.3u a. m.
nullum! to New York r.11
" to Albany, .... 3 no
" to Hudson, .... 3 m
:v"No lay over checks given.
ARRIVE AT RUTLAND.
Mall, '.'.5.1 p. m.; Mixed, l.ns p. in.; mixed,
7.3U p. 111.
F. C. WHITE. Supt.
Rutland. June 1 1. 1S72. ma1dAvvit
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moved the same Into the new and commodious
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uso of the Company.
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under the buperv Islou of ono of the best pract leal
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Our Jobbing Department will comprise full
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Slates, Pons, Pencils, Inks, Law Blanks, Cut
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