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l'lIE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28. 1878.
From tho Troy Timet,
our qiinker tnllicrs.
THE riliST (Jl'AKKIt MKETIXtl IN TKOY TUB
OLtl MKKTISO IIOl'SK P10SEF.lt rittF.SD.
Among Hie many Incidents connected
with tho history of the village of Troy nt
the beginning, none are more Interesting
than those which surrounded the first ef
forts made to establish societies for relig
ions worship, mid so closely interwoven
with these undertakings wcic tho lives of
Individuals that to give n history of the
one, Involves of necessity n sketch of
the other. Prominently blentMcd with
the little hamlet upon the Hudson wcron
few of tho followers of George l ov, nml
urim..... !,. n.i Km flitt rflort made
IT UllilllL vim, ...... - - .
hv them to orgnnle a society professing
that faith, deserves n prominent page in
In the history of the locality! for It be
... ' ..) ...S. n ilnm a anrc orirauba-
Hon. mid numbcied among Us adherents
mnnv of the most useful and siilistmitlnl
men'or t1i plate.
No men contilbiitctl moif to add to the
growing business of the young and am.
H "us settlement than Daniel and Isaac
ilcrrltt. and thev were of this persuasion.
The settled In the village In the year IWS.
coming twin Dutchess county, D.mlcl
had been taught the trade of a mlllilght
In his native village; and Isaac as a Son of
vulean had tolled at the forge, until he bad
learned the use of the bellows, the pincers
mid ' hammer as a blacksmith. They
opened a stoic In River street upon the
bend, as It was called at that lime, and
soon became engaged In general moichun
illslng. Tliev also elected a limning mill
upon the WvnanlsUIU. near vvlicio It en.
tern the Hudson, n shoit ilMmice east
I'roni the llcwcmer works. They had a
branch store at Eustou, New York, and
one at While Creel;.
diwiih Erintiiall, so well known lo i un
people lor thrccfoiirthsof a century, found
his IliM cmplovnif nt in the village at their
l..ie. and look'lhc place of .lacob Mcriitt,
a younger bint her, who i emoted to White
Creek to take charge of the branch stoic nt
i i.ini ,. Mellaril P. Hart was also em
ployed bv the tlrm in one of their branch
vt.mn 'I'he latter never became a inein-
the sorictv. nlthoUL'h lie always at
tended their meetings for religious wor--hip.
.... 1 ILl'miii. a waL'on maker by
Ir.ide. located on Ihe corner of
Second and Slate Streets. The
building he occupied In this capacity is
now standing on the west sine 01 incsiijei
on tbc lot norm 01 tne corner aim
slli' the new savings bank building. II
u jia iimvc.i from the corner lot lo the one
above lo make room for the brick building
which now stands there.
Zaehariah Oaruryck lived near Ihe vill
age upon a road lliat led north from Ihe
lloosle.k road, just east of and adjoining
the Lester farm. lie was one of the ptlii
clpal men of the society, anil was a shin
ingllght among Us early and aelie pro
motcrs. I HI'. I'lllST Mill TINO.
The first gathering of 1'riends for the
purpose of religious worship was made hi
the fall of the year 1 709, and this meeting
was appointed by individual notice, to be
held at the ham of Zaehariah Oarnryck.
A description of this meeting and its sur
roundings wa given to the writer some
years since by Joseph liriutnall, who was
"present at the meeting, and the incidents
relating thereto were at the time written
down for preservation. The barn was a
large one, having a high and double-pitched
roof that extended three-fourths the dis
tance downward from the ridge-pole to
where it met at the upright sides. It faced
to the east, and through the middle of the
structure, a little above the level of the
ground upon which it stood, the threshing
lloor extending from front to rear. This
had been swept with cleanly care, and seals
had been arranged upon the sides of the
enclosure for the accommodation of the
meeting. There were present more per
sons than could be provided with seats in
side, anil such as could not find accommo
dation upon the sills and sides of the front
platform, which led up on an incline from
the ground to meet the level of the lloor.
It was upon this last-named pari of the
building that the narrator, then a youngster
not out of hi) teens, found a seal. The
women occupied the nortli side of the room
tints arranged, and the men the south row
of seats. Among those remembered as
present by the narrator were Daniel .Mer
rill and wife, Jacob Mcrritt, Zaehariah
(iarnryck and family, John Gilford and his
wife, Ithoda Clifford, DanioV Mcrritt, Zaeh
ariah Oarnryck and John Gilford sat at the
head of tho meeting, llelng the llrst as
semblage of tho kind held In the neighbor
hood, many were attracted thither out of
curiosity aim a itcsiro to see now a v rienii s
meeting would bo conducted, and what
would be said and done by the men who
woro broad-hriinmcd hats on their heads
and wooden buttons on their coats. John
flilford preached to the assembled Friends.
and the meeting proved a sottrco of great
satislaction to tnose present at tliu tune.
This effort on tho part of those professing
this faitli to meet together for worship was
soon after followed by others, and the so
ciety met for several years thereafter, at
stated period", in the pottery of Josiah
Chapman on terry street. Tho building
so used 'by them is still standing on the
southwest corner of Terry street and the
alley between Fourth and Fifth streets.
From Chapman's ownership it passe I to
mat ol Israel oeymour, by whose family
It is still retained.
Tiir. jtr.w jir.r.TiNo iioiisi:.
Tho society which thus had its beginning
grew rapidly, taking Its Increase from new
coming Friends, who became residents, and
from additions made to their numbers by
request of those who had become converted
to their ways and faith, and In the fall of
the year 1801 they occupied the building
that had been erected for their uct upon the
southwest corner of Stale and Fourth
streets. This structure was found none too
largo lor Ihe religious meetings of tho so
cieiy, lor ineir gainenngs were attended by
many who, though liking their meetings, dhl
not wish to enduro the rules of their dis
cipline. It was during the first iind second
decade ot the present century that tho so
eiety saw its best days. Among those who
were first known as prominently connected
with its ministry vcre John (Jillord ami
Hannah I'lirlnton, the latter feeling it her
duty to prcacli at tlio ago of eighteen.
Those who remembered her, spoko elo
quently of her discourses. John Gilford
was a man possessed of mnru than an or.
dinary natural ability, and he was much
beloved by Friends. Living a life that was
pure and spotless, ho could assiiino the po
sition of a teacher among his fellows, lor
In pointing tho road to others, he asked
them only to tread the path that Im trod
himself to tho extremity of what ho con
sidered dlvlno requirement. He was the
grandfather of Mrs Houben Pcrlilmn).
tiikik simci.i: I'Airn.
These early Troy Friends, while- of the
strictest of their sect, woro' not belligerent
or earnest in proselyting, and they owed
their incrcaso of numbers to tho good effects
of a quiet example, and a persistent and
practical application of tho principles they
believed in to all tliu duties of life. They
wcro much troubled by tho militia laws and
their enforcement, preferring to go lo jail
rather than do military duty, or pay the fine
levied upon delinquents for tho support of
a military organization. For they had a
testimony to bear against war, and thoy
dreaded Its paraphernalia, as TJunyans
Christian did Satan, Few who recollect
their peaceful lives and simple habits, hut
wcro pleased with what thoy reflected from
their surroundings, and wlillo they forced
their opinions upon no one, tlioso who uni
ted with them in membership wcro forced to
live up to tho llgld discipline of tho society.
A singlo Incident that occurred will illus
trato tho manner In which they enforced
and made practical what they believed In
and professed. A prominent member of
tho society bad been caught selling spirits,
coptrary to tho discipline of tholr faith, and,
the queries being asked and answered at
their business meetings, limped when re
plying to tho usual Interrogatory upon this
subject, A committeo was appointed to
visit the offending member. Tho presence
of a barrel of Santa Croix found in ids store
house settled tho question, and ho was dis
owned. This was before temperance socie
ties had been thought of.
The old meeting house looks very gloomy
and deserted to tlioso who remember It in Its
usefulness, with Its window blinds now per
petually closed in apparent and undlslnrbed
repose; and much as jflt had buttoned up
Its plain coat about It, conscious and proud
In its simplicity and rest of having done its
work for a generation that Is gone, and was
in Its good old days awaiting In the same
patlcnco that had been taught within Its
walls that final change which comes to body
and structure alike. Yet there was a time
when it housed upon First-Day mornings
many sincere and devoted souls, who sought
Its precincts to worship the. God they be
lieved of in tplrit and In truth. None can
look upon it as it now stands except with
feelings nf sadness. None who remembered
it In its fullness, ns memory prompts a re
turn of tho picture its interior once presen
ted, but whose hearts glow with good
thoughts j and perchance to some, who as
children will connect with it tho recollection
of a good father or mother, now numbered t
with tho long gone dead, tlie struggling ci
fort of pent-up memories may prompt a
Those quiet meetings ot former times,
seeming so entranced with their patient si
lence and solemn and Impressive stillness
where tho humbling mind met the God
thathad given it, and held eoinniuloii with
the soul that He had made In Ills own im
mortal image will long remain Impressed
In the memory of those who knew of them.
Upon the high seats of tho meeting fooui,
facing tliu assembly on the soutli side, once
sat In thu earnest solemnity, Abljah Turin
ton, Joseph Crinlnall, Zaehariah Garnrvck,
William ltcnouf, Aaron Jones, Ilezcklah
Williams, Daniel and Jacob Merrill, and
Nathaniel Starbuck. Upon tho south side,
In parallel scats, wore Isaac Mcrritt, Jona
than Mabbitt, Thomas llctts, John Weaver,
Itobert Uarton, and Samuel l'cckhnm,
riir. coon MOTitur..
In writing this sketeli of the rise and
grow th ot this society, the subject would
not bo properly Ircated unless mention was
made of the good women and tho mothers
who were associated with it and contributed
their Influence to its maintenance j for there
was a reality in their lives that deserves an
emphatic mention in its interesting history.
Simply doing what they consider their Mas
ter's will, shutting themselves out from
what thoy regarded as tho frivolities of life,
and finding their ambition gratified in the
simple carb which a plain living prompted
with a hand open to charity, an car to
the sorrowing and a heart full of pity they
moved through the battling turmoil ot lite,
undisturbed by its temptations or unnerved
for tneir work by Its trials woollier in nun
isterinc to the wants of the poor and suffer
ing, or in giving from their substance to aid
the oppressed slave s the troubles of others
troubled them more than any of their own.
l'liQbe Mcrritt, Mary Mcrritt, Thankful
Mcrritt. Sarah McCoun. Hlioda Olfford,
.Mary llarton, Catherine Owen, I'hebe
Hennuf and Iiulh Ilrintnall are suggested as
soon as the suject is warmed afresh in the
mind. The list could bo farther increased
but the recalling of these few named will
suggest the remainder, and to repeat them
seems unnecessary. They hail not far to
go when they left us, for to tbem they hud
made u heaven of the earth they knew, and
the distancing change mat tonK them away
was not a wide one.
The opinions and tenets of Friends were
loomed radical in the times of which this
record tells, and it was duo to this estimate
of their principles Hint they Increased In
numbers. The nrsr io espouse the cause
of temperance, by reluslng to deal in spa
lls, they were regarded by many as wanting
in a love for the social influence which its
use engendered. When John Woolman,
in li I, tlrst opened his crusade against
human slavery as a religious teacher, he
stood alone In thu country and he was
leemed a fanatic, but his prcachlnc educa
ted many of the Friends to that high stan
dard of christian obedience to duty that they
sent to India tor their cotton lahrlcs and
their sugar, that they should in no way
countenance the profits made upon the pro
duets of slave labor.
To the early members ol this society, ns
well as tboso who united with It, Troy is in
debted for much of tho accumulation of
capital that now centres here. The city
now teeming with manufacturing interests,
represented by millions, may look back to
a very small beginning, when Nathaniel
Starbuck brought into use for tills purpose
the lirst steam engine located within its bord
ers, at tho corner of Fifth and Grand Divis
ion streets. A skctcli of ids lifo and use
fulness would bo unnecessary, for It Is too
well written in tho hearts of a community
who remember him so well. The last of
tho onrlv Friends Massed nvvar when .Toserib
ilrintnall died; and lie knew of the summons
to come for departure, as Old Time was
tolling out to mm, ol measuring sojourn
tho nineties ol a closing century.
A logician and a swlmmci, says a l'er
sian story, wcro in a boat together. Said
tho logician to tho swimmer, "Have you
ever studied logic?" "I never heard the
name before," was the reply. "Alas!"
said tho logician, "then ha's half your life
been drowned in ignorance!" Just then a
squall came up. Says the swimmer to the
logician, "Have you ever learned anything
oi swimnungr "nothing but logic, was
tho reply, "Alas !" said tho swimmer, "then
the whole ot your lite is drowned 1 "
riMIE SUHSCHIttEK haying achieved
J something of a reputation as u
I' II OTO G K A P H E It
la these United States of North America,
Minis thanks for tho
by Ihe whole people.
.Making Klrsl-Clahs work, mv xncflalltv
would Unite, us- niauy of jou wlthlng that kind
or work, to " Iwire a hand " audhelp us boost the
The Kooni Is newly re-fltted and refurnished
ami i ou w HI Ilnd it finite pleasant to while away
ii u- nt-i-iniK iiiuim-um nn mi iruvenugon.
You will llnd my
l'Ol:i'KI..MN.S AND IMITATION 1'OIU'KI.AIXS
made up to please ull and at less rates than
ever, .io expense or pains spareu in Tools,
i iii'iiik.iis or iiiiinmK iroiug io make up
A GOOD MKENESS
as It Is my motto to please, If I do not make
WITH TIIK KXl'RItlKNCK OK KKIIITHKN YKAltS
and most of that thno In Itullaud, t Hatter my
r..-ii iii.ii i urn i.iiui. I Ulll,
A LIVING UUn AMONGST YOU.
u noun in
C h A It K H II I, O () K ,
(Corner Merchanta' How and West Streets,)
JAM. O. MKKJ1EI.L,
Cm is. A. Williams,
r.ate of Philadelphia)
lunem dwsm Assistant.
rnAGS. We have now in stock an assort.
jl ment or ueunison'g Patent Direction
Iab"U and Merchandlso Tags, which we will
sell at manufacturers prices.
We have also a good stock of "Phillip's He-
curuy iiooK-'rags," a very convenient and ser
viceable article for merchants Among Its ad-
vantages arei floods can be mora readily mark
ed than by any other means; the tag is bo se.
curely locked that It cannot become detached
from the goods; no chance ot the tag becoming
detached from the hook; no points projecting
to tear other goods or your fingers. They ore
safe, Mi-ORg and cheap. Call and examine.
them. GLOBE PAPKIt CO.
URT & SHERMAN
!fn YAKDS AMERICAN AND roclIKCO
P II I X T S ,
tOjc. lOJc. 10'n. lUjc.
) YARDS, 4-4 STRIPED A.VI) I'OI.KA DOT
0 A M 11 U I C S.
in cents, reduced from so cents.
1100 LINEN SPITS, WHITE SPITS,
In Muslin and victoria Lawn, tun to sin no.
iwnr d' siuuiUA.x
Oder tin" most eleg.ini varlciv of choice
11 1. A (' K (1 f) I) 1) S
In New Knglaml, at extn laely low prices.
Of all kinds, reduced to-day. j
PARASOLS, I.AD1KS AND CIIIIIRHN'S,
Opened new to-day, very handsome ntiil cheap.
HURTS NEW YORK SIIOF.S.
lids shoe Is worn very oxlcnslvelv la New
Yulk City, and Is Ihe best, cheapest and hand-
sotaest shcM' la America,
liner .v hiiehman
OlTer Ihe largest and best variety of Dry (loods,
anu nave uic ocst iignicunmi largest
Sales-room In Vermont.
HURT i. SHERMAN.
Holland, July is, 1S73. ni.vldt)
IHNG GOODS. SI'IUXO GOODS
Wish lo s.v lo Ihe public that they lia)c now
open for Inspection Ihe best line of spring
ioous oiey cer onercu.
HOSIERY, OLOVES, ArcJ
An eleifanl line of
SILK AND WOO!, POPMNS-
llt'TTEHICK'S OELKBHATED PATTERNS
Cal and eamlne our new line of good'.
KINSMAN .t ItOSS
No. 3 Merchants' How. Rutland
)ATtKIIUIiST i CO.,
Wholesale and liel.ill Dealers In
K O II E I fl N A N D D f M E S T I (
FANCY (lOOI)si, NOTIONS AC.
:i:t Merehanth' How, itutland, Vermont.
We Invite especial attention of nil persons
vlsltlnit Itutland, or persons In pursuit ot the
best place to buy goods In our Hue to our stock,
which embraces Ihe principal staples of the
IT IS OUIt AIM
To keep constantly In slock, specialties In
oery department worthy of the attention or all
IH'inons In pursuit of Dry floods.
our stock Is selected with great cam and
marked at prices to fully correspond with the
We have now on hand specialties In
DOMESTIC DItY GOODS,
fll.OVES, HOSIERY, CORSETS,
And In fact we have bargains n cierv depart
KID (ILOVES, io, i.ss, i,ro,
C. A. I'AnKHUHST, 4. CO.
I. inland, AtiKust a, is;3.
3?oots ana hof)S.
ri HEAT CLOSING
II O O T S .AN D S H O E S !
All kinds ot Summer floods a cost or less, lo
make room for a
FALL LINE 1 1
Now Is Ihe time at No, 0 loget shod for a
small amount of money.
Children and Mlssea
at a low Hume.
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF,
A new stock of lilacksmllh's Aprons Just arrived
at No. a Merchants' Row,
O. W. CIUtRIER.
It E A T
Tho treat excitement now prevailing la Rut
land Is, where cull a Man, Woman or child get
tho best IlOOT OU SHOE for the Binallest
amount of money.
Now, alliens of Itutland and vicinity, I claim,
And do also state, that I can sell you anything
usually kept In a nrst-class Hoot and Shoe store
an cheap, or ercn cheaper, thau can be found
this side ot Itoston or New York markets.
t.'IP. H. Please call beforo purchasing else-,
where, and I think that you will bn convinced
(before leaving) that tbn above statement Is
correct, Yours respectfully,
No. 6, Merchants' How, Rutland, Vt.
Btoro.formerly occupied by French t Barrows.
UPK ASSUHAKCK SOCIKTV
No. 120 Hr.oAiiwAY, New Youk,
Has become the most popular Life Insurance
Conipiny In the world.
Assets oer $!i0,ooo'ooo
New business during? tho year 1ST2 ot tho Com
panies represented In Kutlaml.
local au tsonr no inn or hkfeiif.sck :
John X. Haxler,
Ner. P. Simons,
John A. Mead, M.D.,
Col. W.O. Vearey,
Joel M. Haven,
eo. it. Hottuui,
John W. cramton,
.uuii ,. Mieioon,
Nlehobis L. Dai Is.
MASON A- YACdllN,
IllMtXHA.M A- TEMl'liE.
We are Ageiil.s for Iho followltnt tlrst (lass
Fire Insurance companies.
Aetna Islets, JiI.ihui.OiIii
HniKilal, " s,ihi,ih)
Home, N. Y " 4,Mio.eii()
Royal, " lii,noi),iioo
Hartford " a.iwi.ooo
lnsurniice of No. America, Phlla. " 3,!nu,oni)
Franklin " :i,40o,ono
Phenlx, N. Y " ,ooo,ooo
Phrenlx, llarlford " l.wxi.oou
Sprlngneld, " l.cssi.iwo
National, Hartford ' soo.ooo
These ait the Lest known of all Ihe companies
represented In Rutland, and since we lo
represented then) they Aio'i ptMniniiMiiojuv to
the clll7ens of Rutland and ilelnll than all
nthtr rojHwioM vomblnett.
This iccoid piou'.s tlulr st.iblllt.t andlhelr
willingness to pay all pi nper claims,
Wc cuntldentl) e.vpecl a contliiu.iiici' or tlie
lllieral patronage which these companies haie
Wc also ii'piesent Ihe Travelers Life ami Ac
cident Insurance Company. We ijlcc a better
and cheaper polle.) Ihtm any other Lire com
pany. Call and see.
1IF1INIIAM .V TEMPLE,
.opera Hon-.'. Rutland, I.
cStows and Sin Wave.
J)UNX A- CltAMTOX,
.M.inur.ietiiiers of .ill kinds of
TIN W A It E,
anil dealers In
PLANISHED, HRITANNIA, JAPAN, HI.ASS
AND WOODEN WARES
ot every description.
HIIOOMS, HRI'SHES AND HASKETS.
and a general assoilment of
HOUSE FUllNISIIING GOODS.
Special facilities for Jobbing all kllid-Tof
TIN AND OLASS WARE.
!f"AII kinds of buitek taken In exchange for
NO. 14 MERCHANTS' ROW.
Itutland, Vt May 1, 1ST3. myldlf
E M O Y A L
S. (I. Staley, of Ihe lale llrm ot Slaloy A- I.lp
plncott, has removed his business from No. 31
center St., lo No. 12 Merchants' How, where he
has formed a Copartnership with .Messrs. Dunn
Crumtou, under the llrm name of S. (I. staley
t('o. Ho will bo pleased lo hco all of Ids old
customers, and ns many new ones as will favor
lilm with a cull
S T A L E Y vt C O .
an. ik, Mkiiciusts' How,
STOVES AND HOT Alii FUHXACES.
Tho Stewart, and Now' Anuilenir Cooking
Stoves, for both wood ami. coal, constantly on
hand. Manufacturers of and dealers In
JCOPPER. TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE.
i' l v m n L'N'g;
In all Its branches,' Hath Tubs, Water ciosot's
lias nnd Watei Piping, uml Fillings of
TIN ROOFINfl AND JOlllHNfl
Of all kinds promptly all ended lo. None but
skillful and reliable workmen employed.
m.i, mohk ir.iWM.vn).
KKMKlltKll, il IKOTIW MOKTll Ol' THU OPKIU IIOl'SK
iiriMlKtlS' AND 0A1HXCT
Wcjinnulli Pine 1'lnlshlng and Empire Cut
Nails, Iron, steel, Chains, e.
IlLACKSMITH'S COAL IIKST.
steel, lion, T'let.s, Amos' Shovels, blasting l'ow.
der (Kcnernment proof), 1'ine, Large
;Dilll men, steel sinking llntn-
metn, IMndlo'!, Ae.
MANH.ia liOI'i: AND COIIDAOi:.
CIltcn.AI! AND WOOD SAWS,
c;ioss.( I T SAW'S.
I' A I X '1' S ,
oils. Varnlslies, (Hue, sand Paper, brushes, rte.
1ILASM AND ITTTY.
A splendid I Ino of Table and pock-el cullery,
Mie.ns and sclssora.
F U 11 X I T U It E .
Parlor Furniture, center T.ibtor. MliTors, Ex
tension Taldes, lleilslends, Matlrasscs,
Spring beds, llureaus and Chairs.
Manufacturer of lllack Walnut, Chestnut and
Painted Chamber Sets,
C A 11 V V. T S
Velu-t, llrussels, Tapestry, Three Ply mid In
grain Carpets, Oil Cloths, Ac., Ac.
COFFINS AND CASKETS,
At L. (I.
J A N D O X A II UNTO ON,
Whnlcile and Retail Dealers In
I.I M I
HtOX, STEEL, XAILS, eVc, Ac, c.
general As-'tnttmeiil of
A I Jill,
It E I. T 1 N (I, I. A C 1 N (I.
TIMOTHY, Cl.OVmt, AXI) ALL
OTIIElt SEEDS. 1
NOYA SCOTIA I'LASTEIt,
LODI MANHPAOTl'lllNn CO.'SJ POl'DlliriTE.
A 1 Ii 1.1. I INK OP
O II E A P
F O It UAH II
O L J)
II A R R E TT'S
S T 0 R K,
A OIIEAT MEDICAL DISCOVEKY
A XI) HH.MKDY.
IWlrai't ot Hoot nnd llulM whlrh almost in
variant cure the follow lm,' complaints.
D.vspciMln, Ile.itt Hum, LKevCuniplaltifsnnd
Losk of arputlfo Hired to lalliesa n' l pottles.
Lattsltiule, Lou spirits and slni-lm. Semotlnn
cured at onee.
nruplloiiK, l'liuplesi IHoUIh s 011.1 lil lliipui'l
llesotlhebloOiLbitrsilns'ltiriaigli the !,in or
otherwise, cilii'd readllj In follow int; t lie dn -
uons on ine ooiue
Por Kidney, madder and 1'rlnan der. uae
mcnts It has no equal i one bollle will cnuMtice
Worms expelled from tlie in stem without Ihe
least ilinlciiliy ; a lew bottles am stimclem tr
I lie most obstinate cases,
Piles, one bottle has cured the most dlflieult I
case wlieh all other remedies failed. I
Nervous Difficulties, Neuralgia. Headache,
Ac, eased Immediately,
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Alilicllons remmed, or greatlj rellewd bv this
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Dlflleull I'.reathlnir, P.ihib In the lungs, side
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plelcly eiadleated bj the use of the (.maker Hll
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article they stand In need of In their declining
jears, It cptlekena the blood and cheers the
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ed wllh an Incurable disease) arter taking a lew
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P. o. Dox 4,323, No. 25 Xassau sticet
THE MIDLAND RAILWAY is an enterprise
of National Imiiorlance, nnd the stock nnd
itondssoon to be nlaccd unon tho nrlnclnal
stock Esclianges, will bo as lively dealt In as
innso or ino .miiv iorK Lcncrai, i.ric, aiiui-cnu-svlvnntft
(Central Railroad Comnanles. l-iv(
hundred and eighty-eight miles ot its railroad
are now completed and In operation. Continu
ous trains are running from New York Io Ov
w ego. and on the Western Extension, towards
nutluio, i no company is running i rains to miles;
tho remainder of thu distance, 120 miles, lu Huf.
t.iio, is lu course ot rapid const ruction, nnu
..III I.i. onmiileCrl ivlltilu fine v,ir. 'I'lie V,
York and Oswego Midland Halfway will be one
or ine inosc promaoio Trunk i.mes running one
of New ork.
S ." 0 , 0 0 0 , 0 0 u.
We coutldently bellevo that llfty millions ot
dollars will be luado by tho stock nnd bond
holders In this road within a few jears by tho
rlso In tho value ot the property.
Tho selling v aluo of tho stock and
bonds ot tile New York Central
and Hudson River Railroad Is
Tho selling value ot tho stock and
bonds of tho Midland Hallway
companies. Including siilllclent
lo complete singlo truck to Huf-
talo, and double track cast, of
Mlddlclown, Is Ml,(V)0,(iOil
Length of New York Central and
Hudson River railroad from New
York central Depot to llulfalo. 455 miles.
Length of the Midland railway,
Jersey City to Hurralo, la Mont-
clalr sal miles.
Saving over the Central route.... 70 miles.
Saving over tho Erie routct as miles.
This difference of distance In favor of tho
Midland route must always enable It to com
pete wllh the other lines advantageously as to
freight, and ought to give it a larger biiare ot
lliopassengerstlinnnnyotherllne. Tho early
completion of Ihe Western Extension, from
hclplo Cent i o to Hurralo, U ensured by tho sub
scriptions of capitalists to a syudleato formed
to purchaso ,iioo,(ioo of bonds from the com
pany. The syndicate has guaranteed to ad
vanco further means, it wanted, to complete
this road. Wo oiler for a short time. Now York
X Oswego Midland Hallway co's First Mortgage
Seven Per cent. Hold bonds. Western Exten
sion, nt st 1-2 and accrued Interest In currency.
Wo nro solo agents for selling Jersey city
Albany Railroad Company's 7 jier cent, gold
bonds at vo and Interest In currency. This road
Is now In operation from Jersey city to Tappau
tovvn,aillstancoof2l miles. Nino miles fur
tlier are graded, on which Iron Is being laid.
Tho road will bo completed to llaverstravv- with
In n year. Theso bonds nro only Issued on com
A specialty will bo made of tho stock and
bonds ot tho following companies : New York A
Oswego Midland railway company, New Jersey
Midland railway company, .Monlclalr railway
company, and Jersey lily A- Albany railroad
company. Wo havo now on hand a limited sup
ply of theso bonds.
AH bonds nnd stocks known In Ibis market
w 111 bo bought and sold, for cash, on orders ror
Inuestnrs or dealers. We solicit permanent cor
respondence nnd agents for Iho salo ot theso
bunds. D. E. CI'LVEH A CO., Hankers,
25 Nassau St., New York.
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rERMOXT CENTRAL AND RUT-
SUM M Ell Al IHAXGEMENT.
On and after Monday. June 2d. 1373. trains
will run as follows, (Sundays excepted) :
cioiso sorrii Asn f.ist.
Iioavo Holland nt l'J:r) and 4:30 n. ni.. arid 12:10
anil fciin p. in.
MAIL. Leave Ogdonsburg nt C:in p. m., St.
Albans nt Brjo n. in., llurllnglon at S:10 a. m
ron iienry ai-iii.'in. in., iiuuanii at ix:ni p. in.,
Hellows Fulls at 2:30 p. in., ni riving at New Lou.
don at 9:: p. m., connecting with steamer for
NEW YORK EXPRKS's. Leaves st Aiuaus at
0:0') n. ni., llurllngton 1o:2i) a. m., arriving In
Kilt lano nc czirio p. m.
N11I1IT EXPRESS-Leaves Ogdensbitrgat 12:
r.'i p.m., liattsburg 3:30 p.m., Jlontreal 3:30 p.m.,
St. Johns 4:.M) p. m.. St. Albans 7:w) p. m., llur
Hugtou'.:1ii p. m., Rutland 12:M) a. in., Hellows
cans, ;:.'. a, in., nmv nig in .sew i.uuuou at ii;i.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves limiington at 2:oo p.
in., arriving In Rutland nt 7:40 p.m. Leaves
Rutland at 4:3 n. in., renews rails a.m.,
(accommodation traliD.ariivingnt New London
nt r.:lo p. m.
.viixi'.)) 'i icai.. Leaves icutianu ac r-:"i o. m.
arriving lu Hellows Falls at ie:oop. m.
Leaves Rutland at 1:4:: nnd Kin a. in., and i!:Sn
ami .'.:'.". Ji. 111.
MAIL. leaves New London at r.:0o a. m.,
Sjulngtleldsamn. m lloston 7:30 a. m Hellows
1 nils 11:45., Hut land 2:3ii j). in., aiTlv Ing at Port
Henry at aaio p. in., miriuigton r:cKi ii. m., sr.
Albans o:4o p. ni., Montreal y:ir, p. m., Ogdens
burgWi a. in., making connections with trains
for the West.
EXPRESS Leaves Rutland nt Mm p. m., St.
Albans nt s:.v,p. in.
NK11IT EXI'iiES-s. Leaves Xew Imdon at
2:45 i. m sprlngtlehl nt s:in p. m.. connecting
vv 1th train leav D.g New York at 3:00 p. in., Hel
lows Falls 11:20 p. m., connecting with tram
leaving lloston at 5:311 p. m., Rutland 1:43 u. m.,
llurllngton 4:io a. )u M. Albans ci:lu, arriving
In Montreal at win a. in., liattsburg at 12:00 in.,
nndOgdensburgnt 12:35 p. m connecting with
trains for the We-t.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Hutland at 5:40a. in.
Leave Hill llngton nt ii:3iiii. in., St. Albans 12:(i.
ni., arriving lu Ogdensburgnt s:Mp. in. and St.
Johns nt n:wi p. m.
-MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Hellows Falls at 4:30
a. ni.. an It Ing In Rutland at ?:2i)a.ii).
ACCOMMODATION. Leaves New Indon at
S:lon. m., Hellows l'allsrai'i p. m., arriving In
Rullanil al s;3,-,p. m.
Trains leave llurllngton going east, for Mont
pcller, Ac, at can a. m I2::iu p. in. and tgt p. m.
Trains leave Hellows Falls going norlh, lor
While River Junction, Ac, at S:3o a.m. and
11:45 u.iii., and tan and 11:2" p. m.
CossKCTroNH. At Rutland with l'ensselaer A'
Saratoga and Harlem Extension Railroads: at
Hellows Falls with Cheshire Railroad: at south
Vernon wllh Connecticut River Railroad.
:sf"sleeplng cars are attached to night trains
between St. Albans and Troy, and liurlliigron
and lloston. (lYLEs MERRILL,
St. Albans. Vt.. June 3d. 1S73.
ARLEM EXTENSION RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF TIME
IS73. Sl'.lIMEIi ARIIANOEM ENTS.
On and nflcr Monday, June '.nth, lsj'.', trains
will run as follows:
MIXED. Leaves Rutland at 3:n0 a.m., con
necting at Slate Linn wit li train for Tiny.
MAIL. Leaves' Rutland U.3U a. in., and mak
ing close connections at Chatham 4 Comers
with trains lor New York, Albany, Hudson, and
both cast and west on H. .v A. It. R.
MIXED. Leave Rutland nt 2.25 p. m.. to llen
iilngion nnd Troy.
SUNDAY MII.lt TRAIN (with passenger ear
attached). Leaves Rutland at 7.3o a. m.
F A 1! E .
Rutland to Xew York - - - - 15 50
" to Albauj , - - - - 3 oo
" to Hudson, .... 3 IMS
swno lay oyer checks given.
AI'.RIVE AT RFTLAND.
7.S0 p. in.
;S p. m.; Mixed, 12.0s p. m.; mixed,
F. C. WHITE, Supt.
Rutland, June 14. 1ST:
LORE PAPEi: COMPANY
PUI1I.IS1IE1IS PRINTERS STATIONER
.'..I .VA" ROOK .V.t.VI'.IC7'(7.'f.7.'s,
Having purchased the Wholesale Paper and
Stationery business of II. A. sawyer, and the
Printing business of Jas. K. Mc Lean, with thu
addition of a complete Hook-Hlndery, they have
consolidated the wholo Into one business, and
moved tho same Into the new and commodious
"Olobo building," erected especially for the
uso of tho Company.
With ono ot the most complete Printing De
partments of any establishment In the Stale,
uuder the supervision of one of the best practical
printers In tho country, they are prepared to di
all kinds of plain aud ornamental work In the
most approved manner and on short notice.
Our Jobbing Department will comprise full
lines of Writing Tapers both folded and lint.
Envelopes, (Note, Letter and nrtlclnl,) blank.
Hooks ot every description. School Hooks,
Slates, Pens, Pencils, Inks, Law blanks, Cut
lery, Wrapping Papers ot alt kinds, Faj)er Bags,
Flour Sacks, Twines nnd Cordage, Wooden
Ware, Matches, brushes, Jllacklng, Hluclng,
Ac, ic. This Department win bo found well
stocked nnd worthy the attention of closo buy
ers. Tho bindery will bo under Iho charge of one
ot 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 ot long experience In charge, aud
wllh c.xtenslvo facilities for conducting their
business In Its several departments, they pre
sent ono of tho most complete establishments
ot tho kind to bo found outside Ihe cities, and
solicit tho patronage ot Ihe Public, feeling con
ndent that they can Insure Iho wants of all
upon tho most favorablo terms.
(ILOllE PAPER CO.
rilAGS. Wo sell Dennlson's Tags to
X Printers and Stationers at Dennlson's
lowest wholesale prices,
GLOBE PAPElt CO.