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RUTLAND, VT., FRIDAY MOUNING, AUGUST 20, 1873.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
o. t, orgs s,
.Maliutiictureror and Denier lu
HNISHING t.t'MllKll. SHINGLES, LATH,
I LAPROAHDS, AND SPRUCE l.CMBKK,
nOOHS, HASH, BLINDS, MOULD
INGS, BRACKETS, WIN
HOW FRAMES X
scroll H.iwlnif or nit kinds. Planing, Matching
ana Olnlnrf dJno to order. nrd and Mill Cor
ner or I'nlon nnd Furnace Streets, near Freight
Depot, llullunil, Vt. MaHdftwUm.
K. N. MERRIA.M'S
P K H F E C T FITTING SHIHTS
are moro durable, nnd
CHEAPER THAN READY MAIIK.
S.) customers say. Send trial order.
r, n. .Mr.mtiAM,
JeJTdly Merchants' Row, ltutlatid, Vt.
1UHTA1N CORNICES" OK BLACK
J Walnut, or nil out, made, to order. Cur
lain Kings, Tassels and Cords. DEARBORN'S
SHOW CASKS, CORNER, CLOCK
andMantlo Shelves made to order, with
1'laln or Moulded edges. BRACKETS sawed in
different styles at DEARBORN'S
EWMOULDINGS FOR PICTURE
Framing, cnronios, i-""i'"?t. ?
Engravings at "
DECORATION Or CHURCHES, HALLS AND
Oood first-class work at reasonable prices.
Many years experience in the business Come
and sec my work
N'o. 1, Wales, Cor. West Btreet.
jyWdlm ltutland Vt.
II. M U It E II O i; S K,
opposite Central House - - RUTLAND, Vt.
Wntchcg and tytwlxxj.
17. . V.
BAILEY & PAR.MENTF.RS
9 I I. V E R 8 .t ITH8, !
We have the largest and best assortment ol j
Wotcn.es ever ottered tn tills market.
GOLD CHAINS. ' i
In large supply, embracing every variety o
style desirable for Ladles' or Oentlemens' wear, j
J K W E I. R Y ,
In rich abiuidnnce, and more coming.
CULVER PLATED AND BTKRI, FOK TJBIK C.-.
Oursbsck Is large, and we sell at low prices.
vomicis ami grovisiows.
MI E CLOSING OUT SALE
or a stock ot
S II. V K It GOODS.
HILVEIt SrOONS OF OCR OWN MANCFAOTri'.K.
ROOFJiS' BROTHERS rLATKD FORKS
Teu "ets. Castors, Ar., nil the best.
S I' K C T A .0 I. K S
To fit those who cannot see well.
ouocr.mns and provisions,
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
' DOOTS AND SHOES,
. READY-MADE CLOTHING,
CROCKERY, OLASSWARE, AC., AC.. .
ii a s c om:m k x c r. d .
Will avail themselves of the opportunity which
It rrords to roplonlsh their stock r household
xsr Kery article Is sold at cost or loss.
1'Lr.AIE CAM. AND I.KAl'.N I'HICF.S.
0. W. CHAPLIN, .Tn..
No. 9, MERCHANTS' HOW, RUTLAND.
Choice Bagged Hums I" f-ntf nt
-umuous uest ivcriwnc...!!
in lbs. Itoneless Salmon I Co
in lhs. Lard 1 no
13 bars llabblt'H sonn 1 on
The best ot Butter 80 cents
(libs, best R.nsins n m
s lbs. Cholco Raisins lot
Tho best Japan Tea R5 rents
A Hp endld Jap Ten TO "
Graham Flour 5 "
Oat Meal 6 '
Superior CUeesn, II "
RUTLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Manufacturers anil wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SEAT CHAIRS, BED
STEADS AISD I'tlAUt IUL(V.
Corner of West nnd Forest Sts,
L. Atwooi), Agt. O. C. Ruoglks, Treas.
A new thing without frames.
Call and see for yourselves at
BAILEY AND PARMENTKHS',
IT Merchants' bow.
Manufacturer and wholesale and retail dealer In
HASH, DOORS, UL1NDS,
MOULDINGS. BRACKETS, AND HOUSE FUR
or EVEnv nECRirnoN.
Fukn vck street, Rctland, Vt.
Orders by mall or othervv lse promptly attend
ed to. myldtf
.1. J. GUIXDOX,
B L A C K S 51 I T H .
Particular attention paid to norseshoelng. All
work warranted. Shop on
NEAR OLIVER MARBLE WORKS,
LINCOLN IKON WORKS.
Marble Mill and Hoisting Machinery of the
most Improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings and general ma
Steel Rnd Iron Wire Rope nt Manufacturer's
Rutland, Vt., May 1, 1W8. mayldtf
aT h. haw-ley,
cnsrn.icron asu viiactical klatkr,
He Is prepared to do all work promptly and
well. Orders can be left at .1. E. Glynn's store
.m fori.i,nnta' ltnw. nr nt tho Ilardwell House.
IlrrtrtMta Uockwood Barrett, Rutland; L. M.
Mason, President ot First National Bank, De
troit, Michigan; lion. .1. M. .iiurtlii, naraiu;,"
2TEAJI STONE CUTTER COMPANY,
Sole proprietors and manufacturers of tho
STONE CHANNELING OU QUARRYING MA
For cutting slono Into various sizes andldl-
IN ALL KINDS OF QUAP.RIFii.
OPl'ICX and snors,
JOHN W. CRAMTON, I'res't.
GEORGE K. ROYCK, Treas.
CHARLES CLARK, Sec'y.
myi ly gko. J. Wakdwelu Hupt.
C3 CRAP IRON AND STEEL, OLD
1 J Marble Saws and Currency taken In ex.
change tor unus ni mo
mnvlillm I1UTI.AND NAIL WORKS.
West ot Lincoln Iron Works
E E K S & II A R 1$ E It
AT NO. 1, OI'F.RA HOUSE BLOCK,
Keep n full assortment or the following
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
FRENCH CHINA WARE,
TABLE OLASS WARE,
SILVER PLATED WARE.
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
TASSELS AND CORDS,
LAMPS AND LANTERS,
Wholesale and ltetall.
LAMP CHIMNEYS and BURNERS,
Wholesale nnd Retail.
MATTRASSES and LOUNGES, and
mnyldtt DONE TO ORDER.
J & T. CADEX,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers 111
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED FRUITS, PICKLES, AC,
; GLASS, EARTHENWARE:
AND FANCY GOODS,
AWT, Dealers lu
llitY' GOODS, SHAWLS, DRESS GOODS,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, AC, .W.
An assort merit of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Const.inlly on hand.
AGENTS FOR MAIL
STEAMERS TO AND
S-DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT ON Till
RANKS OF ENGLAND, IRELAND. SCOTLAND
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN STS.
O L D li K D
S T O R V..
gooltsi, tntlontfy, tfr.
JJOOKS, STATIONERY &C.
SPAULD1NG & CO.
Rote a largo slock of Books consisting ot
Of dlllcrcnt;slics nndUjlcs,
Pnoket Bibles and Testaments, large anil small.
Fmyer Books, Hymn Books, Devotional
Books, anil all the popular books
or tho day received as soon
JUVENILE BOOKS AND TOY ROOKS,
(fiime. Ilarkgniniuon Boo nLs.ciioss and Checker
I'HOIOOHAPH ALU I MS,
FRENCH ENGLISH and
;of the latest stiles, plain nnd tinted.
INtTUI. STlMrlNO PONE TO ORPEP.
'jftotftis ami Sinifl Joom.s.
A It D V E I. I. 'HOUR V. ,
.1. II. (UiXiftOX, froprifhr.
Tin. I1AI1DWEI.L HOUSE Is located olHHjilte
I ho Depot, and has long been favorably known
to tho traveling public. It has been recently
Improved, now niTordlntr tho best nnd most
'Hie taih.i; n mi lie supplied Willi Mil inn
luxuries ot the Season, and every nt trillion will
bo paid lo tho comfort ot Its patrons.
In the future, as In the past, the Proprietor In
tends to make it n llrsl-class House nlTordlng
all the control Is of n home In the traveler. The
public patronage Is solicited.
A UUUI' l.l, I. Ill III LOIIIirciKiu uu uiv
Attentive PORTERS will be found at the De.
pot on the niruni of nil trnlns.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 211, 187.
Frost in Jericho. Fro"t in Jericho
Sunday nlht. U Is fcarotl tlinl It lias
damaged tho corn In some places.
FRUITS RECEIVED DAILY AT 4".
T. ('. HUBIURD.
No. IT, Mr.ncitvNis' Row.
WHAT I KNOW AUOUT THEM !
The iron Is short and sou will have to hurry
up or loose them.
I am receiving them In large lots dally.
COME (jl'ICKI AT NOON!
.nemos, l,l,"i, i r.ua. luiuitii. ii
etc., rresh dally, at the
OLD RED ST OR V. .
Merchants Row, Rutland, Vt. AugBdlm
iluLs In Black, Violet, Blue andCuniiliie.
Pens Pen-holders, Pencils, Slates, Pocket Books
and Wallets, Ladles' Porte-monnalcs. Brack
ets, Hall Pockets, Towel Racks, Slipper
Coses, Blacking Cases, Easle's Book
1 Slides and Shelves Jewel Stands
nnu uoxes in uarvea vvoon,
Match sares, Writing
Desks nnd Work
Materials for Wax Flowers, Glass ihades. Vases,
Parian Statuary, Bronzo Groups
nnd Vascs,stercoscopesnnd Views,Photograplis
Lithographs, Steel Engravings
III Volv et, Holly Wood, Ac. All kinds of Plcttiro
Framing done to order nnd In the best sts le.
N K W S D E POT.
Dally and Weekly Papers supplied.
Wis Invite all wishing goods in our line to call
nnd examine our stock before purchasing.
SPAULDINO & CO.,
No. 1. Merchvnts' Row, RUTLAND, VT.
0 R A P E B
B. W. MARSHALL'S.
rilEAS, from no rents to 91.7fi; nIo fresh
j. Ground i oih;i;, at
B. W. MARSHALL'S
Corner ot Grovo and West Sts
fPHE EXCELSIOR DIARY FOR 1874
ai.niiK PAPKii aow.uvr.
General Wholesale Agents tor
VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE,
UTI.AXD MARBLE COMPANY.
wiiot.KHU k nr.Ai.nr.s in
aiiorwuKs -hV i'liovrsmxs,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
majltr Meuciiasts' Itow.
U I. T O X M A R K E T,
DUNTON k HAYWARH
kinds ot Meats, Fish, Vegetables and
Fruits In their season.
Klngsley ,t Sprague's lllock, Merchants' Itow.
15 MIC If A- S A W E D M A R II L E,
Ijl-Al:llli:s AND MIM.s,
J. N BAXTER, Stlpt, WEST RUTLAND, Vt.
All tho grades or Rutland Marble, In thu
shape ot slabs or nrlous thicknesses required
for Furniture, Mantel, and Decorative Work, us
wellns cemetery uses; also cubic stock fur
Monumental and Building purposes, including
Bases, strips, nnd Posts, may be round on our
,vnnl at all times.
Ourexteiislvi'inriingenieiits for thu pindue
Hon or Marble, lu thu vmiv or Jiiarrlug Ma
(hlner.v, and Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
nt saws, place us In position to supplv the
wants or tho Trade. Wholesnlo nnd Retail
nnutm-ti liiiiiriers. Furnli ure-Men. and gen-
ral .Mnnuiaeiurei-s win umi u iu ui'-u
to lav or us with their orders.
RUTLAND MARBLE CO.
WASHINGTON, WARREN, ESSEX, AN
CI INTON COUNTIES, N. Y.. -
Wholesale denier In
CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDY
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER
in ' ' '
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
Q. R E E It T U R X E R
sua ah in: fix rx a annrAxr,
;n WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
nrr,t tlt uln nil thn vurlmitt Lrnnles of Retlnod
Sugar of Superior Quality at the Lowest Market
Prices. A superior quality or White sugar ror
confectioners use. aiso,
Tim LiitK.i'Hlmi'.j nfler tnf h,1,l thplr flirill. Sit
uated nbniit two miles from tho vlllago of Bel
lows Falls, on the Chester road, well known
JOHN CLARK FARM,
Containing about three hundred and titty acres
or land; two dwelling houses, tlireo bains and
two tenant bouses, near the railroad track.
The tenant houses aro new. The largo rami
house, has been tuorougniy repaired onu paint
ed, with new nln.za In front and end, new front
1C11CC, llll 111 win IIIUSI nuuilllliuni Him nfiuiii
manner, making It a dcstrabln residence.
Nearly three-rourtlis or a mllo ot new w ater plpo
iiever-nuiing loiiuiaiu supplies nu iuv
NO.'IO MERCHANTS' ROW,
Iron and Lead Pipe, Portable and Stationary En.
gines; notary rieaiii, nircwuuuwsicui i uuiiji,
leather nnd Rubber Belting ; Rubber Hoso and
Packing; Rubber Overcoats, Gloves and Mtt-
,ana. uinm nn,i wnter f iniureq wnrer. MLeam
and ilas Fittings, and Fixtures, all kinds; Flax
and soapstone I'ueKing; l-ouoii vvusie, nuuiu-
STEAM, WATER AND GAS FITTING
Done at short notice, nnd nt prices adapted to
ltutland1. May 1. 1873 myldem
Tho attention ol Town Agents, Physlclnns
and Druggists Is especially cnllcd to our wines,
as they nro unsurpassed for medical purposes,
coming from one, of tho oldest vineyards In
California. All goods guaranteed pure and sat
isfactory, or to be. returned nt my expense.
WII1TE COFFEE A,
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN, STS.,
tl.ondon Huntoon's Mock,)
Rutland, Vt. myltf
COFFEE EXTRA 0,
"DLUJIRING AND GAS FITTING.
COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
Having leased rooms No. 15, Merchants' Row,
In Store with II. It. Dyer, I am prepared to do
all work In my line In a workmanlike manner
at reasonable rates.
PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING GOODS
supplied at tho lowest rates.
SATISFACTION G U A It A N T K ED
jir Orders by mall promptly attended to.
S. D. JENNESS,
Rutland, Muy 89. 1" d3m
mo PRIXTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
BAXTER NATIONAL RANK,
JAnd the lower grades ot
v !: h h o tr ir a a it
Ordera to bo addressed to our ofllce In New
York, TO Wall Street, cor. Pearl.
Parties ordering 10 barrels can havo them lis.
Terms Thirty davs.
or Cash In T days, less
II. Henry Baxter,
II. F. Loturof,
.1. M. BAXTER.
T. W. I'ARX,
GEO. K. ItOTCE,
geoihie R. Dorn'v,
J. W. CiiAaTON,:
N. T. Smiaoce, Jit,
W. O. IICNTON,
W. (,', I.ANI10N.
E. O, llAXTER,
Tho GLOBE l-aper Co., havlug duplicates ot
the following articles offer Ihcm for sale at low
Steam Engine, sultablo for running presses,
lino Card Press,
Smith Hand Press,
Iron Framo Paper Cutter,
Two Ilulo Mllerlng Machines,
Two Pairs Nows Chases,
Two sets Column ItulRU,
And numerous other articles used In a Printing
Mado and remitted for at Lowest Rates.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS,
A general llankluir nml Kirhangc business
II, Henry' Baxter, Pi est. J. N. Baxter, V. Prest.
GEOitas R. Ilortuw, Cashier.
HOV E II & BAKER'S
NEW IMPROVED LOCK-STITCH
Makes tho Btltch alike on both sides. Light
runnlD. Complete In attachments. For Bale by
E. ."I. jncillllAM.1
IJ R O K E R ,
17 BflOAV SrjWpT, ,Yir YORK,
p E T i: R H U X T E It S ,
M A I X S T R V,' E T ,
Is tho plncu to buy
SUGARS, TEAS, COFFEES, BUTTER, C1IEKS1
FISH, ot all kinds, pilAXtiES, LEMONS,
FIGS, CANNED FRUITS,
at luvvcr prices than any other placo In town
Try It nnd be convinced. '
MAIN STREET, (East bide,)
Lively G.me. -On Saturday after
noon there was u very severe wind storm
along tho Hooslck and Wnlloomssic valleys,
xtcndlng from Bennington to Plttstown.
Near Engle Bridge, a barn was blown
down, a large ticc broken off,' and the
:orn end buckwheat blown lint upon tho
E N T It A I. H O USE.
LADIES AND OENTV
DIXIXG ROOMS AX!) RESTAURANT.
Good rooms with new furniture.
Board by th" dav. week or month, nt lr.ison-
It will be conducted on the "European Plan,"
nnd every effort made to secure Ihn ennifnrt nnd
patronage ot the public.
nouns for mkalh.
Breakfast from 0
Dinner " into
Supper " fi to 8 "
Fmiii 8 to 10 a. m., and V to 0 p. tn.
J. A. SALSBURY, Proprietor.
Rutland. vt Aug. is. 15T3. dim
to 10 o'clock.
, HITCHCOCK, PitopitiKroi:.
J. W. PORTER. MVNKIKR.
'Mils well known and popular Hotel, situated
on the shores of Lake Dunmore, has been
cenlly put lu thorough repair. Several new
Cottages have Iwjii built and newly furnished,
nnd will be opened .Iiinu 1st, for the reception ot
boarders and tourists. innjssdtf
PARM FOR SALE.
OVIIIt TWO THOUWANI) DOLLARS
hns lieen exnended within the nast two years
on buildings nnd fences, besides tho tenant
houses. The lanu is auapieu 10 mu ruisiug u
all kinds or crops. Sumo llfty acres are well
adapted tor tobacco. Tho land Is now under a
good stato ot cultivation, by having been red
out n largo amount ot hav and grnlH the past
two jears, which nas ueeii ui-uukui u i"
place, besides that which the rami has pro
duced. Tho eastern lino Is tho Connecticut
river and the rarm laying vv esterly, divided into
pasture and tillage land, with n sufficient sup
ply ot wood ror tho premises. Situated so near
tho village or Bellows Falls a vtllago growing
moro rapiiny man 11113 juucu iimu ut"
nnd with Its unlimited water power, which Is
rast being Improved, must continue to Increase
In a still larger proportion In tho future makes
It tho most desirable tarm In theso parts. Pus
session given Immediately, evcept the mill
yard, and that In one 5 ear. Inqulruot the sub
scribers on tho premises; or Joseph Wilson,
nnn or .1. wnson ic vo near 1110 nepui ; or h
der it Hopkins, at West Rupert, Vt.
WILDER X IIOI'KINS.
Bellows Falls, Muy 1, 1W. myl-dlf
Why I ho Trade give to the Excelsior Diary the
preference over all others.
1st, It Is printed on tine rose tint paiier.
2,1. The same quality ot paper Is used through
the entire line, giving Just as good paper In a
ehfnp book as In a high priced one.
3d. It Is the best llnlshed Hlniy In the
4th, We give .1 oil SKjitirfereiil sl.v les lo select
Mil. lultcu iiiiuiberotthebestselIlngp.it
terns are made b 110 other house.
Hill. The pocket-book slvles nru nil ui ranged
Till. Retailers wuiit a Diary that N ne.it, at
tractive and saleable.
slh. You will Unit fewer ol tlitin among the
old slock of dealers, 11s they sell better than
any other Dlarj.
nth. The salu ur the Excelsior has Increasii)
more than fcooper cent. In the last tour years,
which tact shows Unit the retailer appreciates
loth. We give at tractive sliowciirdsnnd pool
ers and plenty ot them.
1 1 tli. They cost no more, and 110 less, Hum
I'lhcr Diaries nil lists mid dl'-eonnts being
12th. The Excelsior Is the best retailing
Dlnry offered to tho trade.
Wo Intend to visit all denlrrs In Diaries early
In the season. It there aro any, however, that
vv ii do not reach, we shnll be pleased to send
them, on application, a lino or samples to ex
amine In comparison with other goods.
Early orders aro always tilled complete, while
lair orders aro apt to find the assorlmert
broken, and frequently the best selling styles
used up. It Is n good plan to put In orders early
as pay-day comes no sooner .tlinn with Into or
ders. Wo can deliver goods any time alter lsl
Send In your orders for Hie i:evlslor early lo
THE GLOIIE PAPER CO.,
milK KOUINOX HOUSE. Maschksteh
I Vkhuost. Draw lu" room ears 11111 llinitigl!
without, change, rrom New York to Manchester,
hv 1140 iv 111. train. Ma N. Y. & Harlem railroad.
'Passengers by Hudson river steamers, leaving
rvevv 1 orK III , vi. ill., conurei hi. iiuj txiuoti
in. train. ni rlvliiL'nt Manchester at ln.'j 11. tn.
A t rain lenv es Troy at r, p. m. arriving at Mini-
cucster at .;4 p. 111.
Trains leave Rutland for Manchester at 3 a
111., 9:30 a. m. nud S;Siv p. 111. Oil Sundays at 7:30
11. in. Address
jytild F. II. ORV1S.
Kicked. A son of Henry Brown of
Itlpton, about ten years of age, wassrilous.
ly Injured by tho kick from a horse, Ho
received tho blow In his face, knocking out
nil his lower front teeth nnd n few of the
upper ones, leaving nlso n severe wound on
Richmond Markf.t. -On Monday last,
the market wits nbout tho same as last
week. Three hundred boxes of cheese of
fered and sold nt 10 to lljc for farm dai
ries, and 13c for choice sage; ICO tubs of
butler sold nt 25 to 37o for good, choice
23c. Three enrs potatoes (Early Rose),
Df.aiii of an Aokd Clkhoymax. Rev.
Amml Nichols of Brnlntree, died on Sun
day night. Ills funcrnl took placo on
Wednesday, at noon. Tho htvIccs -wcro
conducted by Rev A. W. Wild of
Craftsbury. Mr Nichols was pcttled over
the Congregational church In Braiutrce,
Sept. 23, 1807, having begun to preach
there the year before. After a long pas
torate he was dismissed to go West ; but
but about twenty years ago returned to
Bralntrce to his old charge. He was nev
er rc-installcd, but preached until within
two years with more or lets regularity.
Ho died of cancer at the ago of 02 years,
being the oldest minister in Vermont.
A Ccmors Case. At Burdo's bowling
alley, last Saturday evening, the boy set
ting pins was accidentally struck on the
head by a glancing "pony ball," and knock.
cd scnsclcsss Into the corner. For a while
he was supposed to be killed outright. But
signs of life appearing, .1 physician was
railed, and the side of his head, just above
nnd in front of the light ear, was found
to be settled in upon the brain full half
an inch nt the lancet depression. The
lad was ut once taken to the houso of his
parents and made as comfortable as iossl.
ble. On Sunday he had so far recovered
as to insist upon being nl lowed to sit out
of bed and move about the room. On
.Monday morning he looked as If much
surprised at finding himself in bcdutid his
father watching by his side. Putting his
liund to his head, and finding 11 wet cloth
on it, he wanted to know what had bar
pencil to mako his head so sore, evidently
knowing nothing, until that moment, since
tho ball struck him. The physician thinks
there Is some prospect of his lecovcry.
after this, the duchess of Northumberland,
oneofMrj. Slddon's truest friends, who
first gave her a helping hand in her career,
Invited her to read for tho grand duchess of
Mecklenburg. Accepting, Mrs Slddons
met there alo the duchess of Cambridge,
tho duke and duchess of Argylc, and many
other diitlngulshed people, receiving from
all hlsh compliments and profuso thanks.
"In tho midst of nil thl?," says Mrs Sid
dons, "we got away for a week to Devon
shire, and that's all we have seen of our
native country." Tho summer in England,
she describes was very perfect, as it has
been here j fine weather, pleasant tempera
ture and the rest. Springfield RtpuUican.
'I lie ltlcli It lisiiuns xvlio 11 rr I'.inl
ifrutlng to imitotn.
Ir the year 1800 a number of Germans
settled near Odessa, Russia, and nt that
time were grautcd many privileges by the
Russian government, such as exemption
from military service and the freo use of
tho German language. Blnco that time
these rights have been taken away from
them, and they were compelled to speak
the Russian language and do military ser
vice tho same as any other subjects of the
Russian Empire. They therefore decided
to emigrate to this country, where they
could enjoy liberties denied them in Rus
sia. A party of about one hundred left
tho old country and settled near Yankton
Dakota Territory, nud they were so well
satisfied with our laws and the pro
ductiveness of the soil that they were soon
followed by six hundred more. Another
installment of about fivo hundred recently
arrived in tills country. These parties arc
vets, wealthy, and nic said tobe worth over
two millions of dollars in the agiregatc.
The richest as well as the most Intelligent
in the party is Mr. Phillip .Tossman, who
has witli him about 100,000 In cash ; but
others aic also very wealthy, as for exam
ple, Mr. Cries, who is worth about liCO,
000 ; Groshaus, 30,000 ; sons of Groshntis,
$30,000; Hoffman, $30,000; Socrr Broth
ers, &35.000 , .lossmau, Brothers, $15,000 j
Bender, $20,000; Gcrmar, $20,000, and
many others who are worth from $300 to
$10,000. As they are nil experienced
farmers, this acquisition to the population
of Dakota will bo of immense, benefit to the
XOCH MORGAN'S SONS'
S A 1' OLIO
Is 11 substitute tor Soap for all llou-eliotd pur.
iuise, except washing clothes.
S A P O I.
h,rl leaning .vour House will
one eleaner. (live II a trial
s.ive tho labor or
S A 1' O I. I O
for Windows Is brlliTlh:in Whiting or Water.
No removing i niliilns 11 lid carpets.
S A P O L 1 )
hulls Paint and Wood, In fact the entire him-
better Hum soup. No slopping. Saves Inlwr.
lOUeilll l aiioru 10 "' minimi 11.
S A P 0 L I O
tor Scorning Knives is better mid eleiiner than
11:1111 iiili'K. vv 111 inn scraicii.
One of the best informed writers on the
habits and needs of these pets in so many
of our homes, gives tho following general
rules for their management, which will
doubtless interest many of our readers :
1. During the summer you should have
both a drinking cup nnd bathing dish in the
cage, nnd should wash them well twice a
day, nnd fill with fresli water. The seed
cup should be filled every day.
L'. The room in which the bird is kept
should never be wanner than sixty degrees.
!l. Feed plain food. Now and then a
lump of sugar docs no harm, but as n gen
eral rule avoid sweets. Keep the cuttle
fish dry and clean, and feed only frch and
1. Never place the cage where a draft
can strike the bird.
5. Never stnoko in a room where your
bird is, a the odor of the cigar is fatal tu
(1. As a general rule, never keep the
bird in a painted cage, l'or tho birds will
peck at the wires, and it will lead to dis
ease. 7. When your bird is shedding feathers,
which is generally styled moulting, avoid
drafts of air.
By obeying tle simple directions, the
bitd can be kept ill excellent health for
GEORGE C. NEWMAN,
RE A L ESTATE B It O K 1; it
onice : Derby's Block, !d Floor Front.
First class village nnd rami properly ror sale
and to let, .Money ui iuan un nuivn, iuu. iasLn
liro lioiieies nnu oilier uppruvi'u si-tuunec.
ITER CREEK FARM FOR SALE!
In North Clarendon, Vt., three miles south or
Rutland liepoi, nu iuu loau ivauuii, 11, ..mil
A RARE CHANCE
fur an enterprising farmer. Said farm contains
nearly tlireo hundred acres, suitably divided
ntn ,..A,wlnwl,i,wl. ttflStlire nnd tulnire land. Is
In a good stato ot cultlvaton, with never falling
water at huuso and barns, 11 living stream run
nlng through tho enllro length ot the farm,
bounded 011 tho west by Otter creek, within
one-fourth, mllo ot a checso factory, and one
half mllo ot poMonice, Forty cows nud a team
can ba kept summer nnd w inter.
A portion or the purchase money inny remain
unuer u uiorigiiKe. . , ......
vnr fnrriien infnrmntlnn Innulro ot JohnW.
Crauiton, proprietor or tho Barilvvcll House,
iiiiiin!iit.Vi.. or M. II. Brawn, on tho premises,
(lanii or lato Waller HossA nugldldvvsvv
7 LANK BOOKS Arc a siu'einltv with
LJ us. Wo have evcrythlngln this Rue. We
have 0110 or tho best (It not tho best) appointed
Blank Book manufactories in ino sime. r.rorj
thlng Is now and In good shape, and wo have a
mnn In chargo of it who understands tno uusi
m.a 11, nit ii rietnils. Wo havo n stock of first
class ledger pniiors, and Invito banks, manufac
turing companies, sc., tooxamlnnour stock and
prices. GLOBE PAPER CO.
riWGS .W11 offer Dcnnlson's Merchau.
X dlso nnd Shipping Tugs to Stationers and
Printers nt Dennlson's lowest prices. Send us
nu order nnd satisfy j ourselves.
GLOBE PAPER CO,
1 HINTING. Anything from a Card to
I n llnnk. nrntlv 11ml nrnmntlv executed.
Wo havo as geid facilities as any other eslnb-
usnmciH in 1110 siiue. u you ueeu uio iuuik iu
lllis line, givu us 11 inui. nnii-uiu.-iiwu kuuiuu'
teed. GLOBE PAPER CO
Dixon's Round Gilt Pencils
urn as irood as Faber'a Hound Gilt. omo
say better, I f no better, t ney oeservo ravor irom
being an American Pencil nt lower prices.
They aro mado by thu Joseph Dixon Cruclblo
Co., Jersey City, N. J.. nnd vv 0 offer them to tho
trndo at tneir net prices, iry vuviu,
GLOBE PAPER CO.
Tut; H.vcjULii Hocsu at Bennington.
There is still a great deal of talk says the
7'i oy Vnss about tho spooks which are said
tu haunt the Conkling houso near Center
Bennington. It is said that Mr. Edward H.
Conkling several months before he was
drowned reported strange noises about tho
house, which ho tried to investigate. A
Mr. Stone who once worked on the place
:iys he would not go buck there tu live fur
nythlng. The story about the horse sold
tu tho a tisies being lound locked up 111 ma 1 London, the pedestrian, it a person 01 any
all is not true. The horse returned, but observation, will 11a vo seen a brewery vvnerc
, , . ,, ,11 1 ... .... 1 two largo black ravens were alwaj-9 seen
asfoundouts.de the stable door, as a , .. vim, or amti
atural enough. .Mr. James Boardman has hcavv wings ns they dropped from barrel to
and says: "tho barrel. But for n long time past there has
A P O L I O
s better tli.m soap and S.iud for sillslili.;; Tin
ware, nrigniens wiinoui scrnieiiing.
S A 1' O I. 1 O
Polishes Brass ami CopT utensils better Hum
Acldoriw and uuuen niuue.
S A I' OLIO
lor Washing Dishes and Glassware Is fiivnlu
able. Cheaper than bo.ip.
nvestigated the matter and says
devil's to pay up there, no doubt about it."
party of men went up from this village nt
twelve o clock on Saturday mgnt ami stayeu
till three, in the morning, but the spooks did
not appear. These stories are perfectly
absurd. There is nothing wrong about the
house. The noises (if any are heard) are
probably caused by tho wind or by chimney
wallows or somosjiio of the hundred things
hlch have frightened timid pernio and fur-
iihed ghost stories, since the creation.
S A P O I. 1 O
removes stains mini .Marine .ipiniie
nnd statuary, Irom llariinnlhed Walls,
rrom China nnd Porcelain.
S A P O I. 1 O
removes Stains and Giease rrom Carpets and
other woven rubrics.
There Is no one article known that will do so
manj kiuusoi wors, and uu 11 as wrn, no.,
lllo. Tnv It.
S A P OLIO
11 new and wonderfully effective
Toilet Soap, having no ciptal Inlhls
rouniry or nuruau.
S A 1' O 1. I O
11s an article for tho Bath, "reaches
the foundation" of all dirt, opens
tho pores nnd gives a neanny nc.
Hon and brilliant tint to Hie skin,
S A P O L I O
IMennses mill lteautltles the Skill.
Instantly removing any slain or
blemish from both bauds utid race.
S A P O L I O
Is without a rival In tho world tor
curing or prev entlng roughness
and chapping ot cither hands or
Crossn & Blackvvell'H Pickles, Hallord'a
ti'A.u, u.,nrw Viilinh Nnnee. In lacl
HtMluCfJoverninentsnnrt Gold tmught and S61d ,.,,. .,, vn.iisnt Cnirilsb Pickles can bo found
on commlnslon. - nt B W .MARSHALL'S
sir 1'nt.errst allowed on deposits. mayWiUf
-r-kinvTlNG. Self.Inkinc Pearl
vnltinhlf, Invention. Kvel
aiinnirt iinva nnn. Presses und I
..V; ...lonr.la Hntlll SUimi) fflf CdUlO
tiiiiToIa qvw. Cuts. etc. GOLDINO SL CO., H
juibf street. Uostoi. aurSdw6iu.
T-tlTWrcr.T,AH. I'lHTNES. OIIKItRlES.
AILY STAGE .HETAYiSKN ItUX. X' Fcjicuob, Ulockberrlos, Raspberrlea,l'luras
LAND AND HTOCMHHI'ur... . 1 iiucsivwiiiri., vvisv, ' "'"Y''"'" '.""
Grove street, iiuiiiuiii, vi.
Proas, ArrlToatRutIanaism.jlcavoRutlandl:0op.m, mayidtwly
TtkV starting rrornUiollard.wcll House.
it. 11. TurrKR, 1 wr.
ELK HORN & MAGNOLIA, FLOUR
' very choice, for salo nt
iuayiu-wiy u, w. Marshall's,
"OASTURE LAND IN
Vnv unit, nt rent. Olio hundred ami twenty.
tun iumvm of lino 1'AhTll lie land located nno nnd
one-hall miles troin Plttsford village. Address
or call on K. P. HITCHCOCK, under National
Bunk ot Rutland, Rutland, VI. Mayllt
Y E I N 0
I'niled (InrmenU) and Carriage linings Cleaned
and Colored by a uew chemical process so that;
you can hardly dlsdlsllngulsh them from new.
Scouring nnd pressing' light suits neatly exe
cuted. Persons having nnysuch Jobs they wish
to havo done, will plenso call at my Dyo House,
Washlugtun street, opjKisil p Town Hall.
All gpods sent by Express promptly dono and
returned. A,rk P'llLmUK
OUR STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
commlses 11 lull lino of . staple goods.'
llrst-clnss papers, folded anil uat, ruteit ana
Envelopes of all
prices low, order a sample lot.
GLOIIE PAPER CO.
plain, all weights and sues. Envelopos ot all
grades and colors, drug, pay, note, letter, oni
clal and document, nil ilrsl-class goods und
mill. RUTLAND UAIIjV AND
J. WEEKLY GLOIIE, contains all tho latest
now s, lncludlug tho telegrams of the, nsAOCIftted
nress. local correspondence, Btnlo news,- sr.
No expense-spared fu the. edlWni deivartmont.
Advertising rates low, especially for.nhe-rt, ad-
ertlMementu. Tho iiatwrs aro larger aud oon
.am mote .railing in'tcr(than aher .Mho
Merilianls using t'rinted wrapping w HI go
well to consult us beloro ordering, as wo maki
S A P O L I O
removes Tar, Pilch, Iron or Ink
stains and Grease; for workers In
Miii'iiin slums. Mines. Arc. Is In
valuable. For making tho hkln
While nnd Sort, nnd giving to It a
"bloom 01 oeaiuj,- ii unsui-
pussea ny any l osineuc known
P O. L
costs 10 lo 15 cents per enke, and
ever.vboily should nave
will like It,
DONT FAIL TO TRY THESE GOODS,
Buy It nt your merchant If ho has It or will
prikmr It for you. ll not, then w-rltofor our
I'anip ilet, - All about sapollu," and It vylll bo
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS,
atigMiwam 50 Park Place, Now York,
i,r I 8 S E M M A A. .L E E,
AlVTIST IN OIL COLORlNOl
No, ion WrsT nan bt New Yo,
Mis 10 is HpondlDir llio summer lo enaf;
nnd vvUl receive orders, corrcsppud, or coasult
wltu those desiring PhotograpliS'PorceLamnnd
Ivorytvpcs, pnlnted In oil. Postomce acWrew,
j 'rim Ilnvi'ii or lliu llnrnl.
j In i.is.siiig up and down one of, indeed.
I I think I may call it the principal street in
.sir-). Scull-Sidiloiift'w Hi-turn.
Mrs. Soett Siddons gives to her friends in
this city thu welcome inlclllgence of her
return to America, sailing from Liverpool
about llio 10th of October. During her
winter sojourn in this country, sbo will visit
us, wo are reasonably assured, many limes,
and the Springfield public havo so warm an
interest and friendship for lid gracious
lady, that we know they will be glad to get
thus early intelligence of her intent. -Mr.
and Mrs Seott Siddons, as we learn, will
be accompanied on tho voyagoby 11 remark
able musician, who makes his first acquaintance-
with America under their utispiccs 5
namely, Master Henry Walker. Tills lad,
nly 11 years of age, has been awarded by
Sir Stcrndalo Bennett, (the "Starvvnod Bur
ney" of that wonderful music romance,
"Charles Auehostcr") and the board of ex
aminers of the itoyul academy of music, the
sliver medal for piano-forte. 1 his prize Is
thu highest mark of lienor and distinction
the academy can bestow. The boy recent
ly performed by special command before, the
ipieen and royal family. It Is said his tal
ents are as marvelous as were Mendelsso
hn's at his ago. He will undoubtedly p'rovo
Ids abilities in Springfield, this coining sea
son To return to Mrs. Scott Siddons,
she has read hut once or twice publicly, but
alio bus recited beforo royal nnd noblo au
dieneei, by request, very frequently during
her suiy in her ancestral country. Twice
in July shu read before the Princess Louise :
and at a private party at Lord Hertford's,
and again at tho marquis uf Westminister's
fur n charity, where sho won for tho ob
ject in purpose between two and three huti'
drcd pounds, and received tliU coiupllmoil-'
tary nutos "That the sincere thanks of till
committee- be given lo Mrs. .Scott, Siddons;
for her generous kindness-In consenting to
give a reading nt Grbsvcnir house on Fri
day,' tho 8th of .Tidy.- in tho presence of H.
R, H.. tho PrltiecTsnoulseanil maiiy minx
bers of tho noGilltyV'anil they would also
deslro'to express1 their" appreciation of her'
great nnd unsurpassed genhu." Four da'yi
been only one of theso birds there. What
has become of its companion I know not ;
but, pass when I will, there I sco the one
in all its loneliness perched upon the top
most barrel of the pile, tho most abject
looking creature that any one could behold.
The raven is an ill-otncncd bird; that i,
its presence and its dismal croaking are said
to betoken harm some people will tell
you death; and so the raven never has been
and I suppose never will bo a favorite.
Now, whenever I see ibis raven perched on
his barrel, I say, "You are in your right
place, old chap." Let other ravens Hap
their wings and utter tin Ir melancholy
croakings amid the woods and groves in the
dead of night, he, in the following his vo
cation, sits perched upon Ills barrel, me
oiiicn of the evil and death which surround
him on everv side. I sometimes wonder it
this Is of a reflective mood; for, if so, lie
has plenty of time to rcllcct nnd abundant
matter for reflection. As ho sees the lull
barrels to out ills musings might shape
themselves thus; "Ihcro goes a nine-gai-Ion
cask of headache, and there a barrel of
heath, another of ruin, another of murder,"
etc.; and then as the empty barrels return,
ho can look over Hie gates and see if each
has been successful in its mission; nor need
lie look far nor wait long, fur just yonder is
whero many a murder has teen i iinnniltcd
through drink, nnd all hours of the day are
to be seen the ellects 01 1110 cuiueiin ui
these barrels. Every night come pouring
along the shoals of youths of both sexes on
the high road to ruin, and the police nre
constantly passing with tho.o who have
fallen under tneir power iruin mv .,...
cause. I think the raven is the best sign the
brewer or liquor seller can adopt. hat
a good thing it would be if every public
bouse had a raven thus perched un its bar
and depicted on every barrel, as the omen
of death and furevvarm r uf danger lo all
who drink 1
B.mkiaokSmasiicrs. Km Perkins witiiK
ro hie Graphic. Dan. Marks, tho famous
Trov baggage master and tiiluk smasher
the "nun w ho slides trunks from moraine,
till night down a plank, and bangs and
shuns them from New York Central trnlns
into llio Saratoga baggage cor recently
experienced religion over at tho Round
Luke Camp meeting, Mr. Marks has been
In Saratoga for a few days, attending the
prayer meetings. Last night before a
large congregation of worshippers ho con
fsuil that h had smashed thhtecn million
dollars worth of ti links In tvvelvo years,
and lias been too sick a good deal of the
lltno to attend to business personally, too.
"But, my dear brothel's nnd sisters," ho
said, "since I have experienced tho 'wrath
to Come,' 1 fell -Mr' Perkins that nny old
paper liaiul.U of a trunk is 11s xafo in my
handrl ns 11 -ring's tafe," Commodore
VandiTbiU told superintendent Toucey
Ibis nib nlng that ho was going to compel
every 'baggageman on the Central railroad
Uj M'lher experience 1 elision or go tobrcak
Im 'stones (or ballufting tho road. He,
b ys lie's, not going" to hire men ond pay
them id spend all their time and strength
Woikh.i? for the New York trunk makers