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iFrom the New Y'ork TrlbuncI
Joseph Arch, President of tlio English
national agricultural laborers' unton, Is ex
pected to land nt New York In a few days.
111$ object In visiting tills country Is to as
certain personally tho advantages it affords
to emigrants of the farm-laborer clan, and,
If satisfied, ho will according to Ills state
ments made at a public meeting on tlio 30th
of July mako arrangement to send out
over 1!00,000 men. Air. Arch will doubt
less endeavor to obtain American co-operation
and asslstanco In locating these men
and their families. Ho will also visit tho
dominion of Canada, the provinces of which
already offer pecuniary assistance and other
advantages to laboring emigrants from the
old country. , ,
Joseph Arch was born nt Harford, a sleepy
little village some throe miles from Y nr
wick, England. He Is now n't years
of age! ho Is short, of sturdy build, with
.i, ...nnit,nr.lii.nti-n fiico and complexion
o often seen among English laborers and
navies. Tho general expression of hi lace
In repose Is not unllko President Grant s,
but, when animated, his face Is unlike any
thing appertaining to the president. He
has been all his life n farm-laborer, Is n to
tal abstinence man, and belongs to one of
liic Methodist sects, of which he has been
for maiiv years u local preacher that Is, n
Ins man who preaches hi the chapel or al
fresco within a certain district, and without
in moh a school was Joseph Arch brought
up, hating, ns he eays, In his 2" years as a
preacher walked over "000 miles to ex
pound the Gospel to his fellow. The com
monest rudiments of education he nei'lilrcil
without tuition He Is entirely and thor
oughly n self-educated man, educated
rhicllv during his later life, and brought to
a knowledge ot tne issues m me nay oy me
.-tucly of the newspapers. When n young
man Mr Arch felt that he and his kind
were badly treated, and he rebelled against
it. In a speech at Leamington, Iat year,
lie said and his words went homo to bis
hearers i "Men, I'll tell you what I had to
do: 1 had a wife and two children, and one
and sixpence ('Sb cents) a day was all 1 was
getting, working hard, from morning to
night. I asked my master fur mores he
snlil one and sixpence n cl.iy Is nil I shall
give ton. I had sworn at the altar to love
and cherish and preerve my wife, and I
knew tint would not keep h t ami the chil
dren, hi I s'ruck. I went away to work
where I could get higher wages. Sonu
tunes 1 could not get anything but straw to
lie on, and once I slept for nights and
nights tm corded it owl; b'lt I thought if
anv one was to suffer, it was not my wife
anil children, but myself." And so, lcavirg
his wife and children In tho Warwickshire
village, Arch roanied over England, work
ing .-.t ,i"b or piece work, sending home all
lie earned to his wife, and preaching on
Sundays In chapel or on filiate green. A
itrong, able, Intelligent workman, n t::?" In
every way superior to his fellows, Arch in
timu"(but with svhat sacrifices and self-denials
who shall say?) saved money sufllclent
to buy the freehold of his little: cottage at
Harford. There he settled down, working
by the job for the neighboring farmers du
ring linn est time, and cultivating a little
land which ho rented. When the Warwick
shire farm-laborers struck they appealed to
Joseph Are'.i, and he became their leader.
The strike began in February, 187-', at
Welh'sbourne, u village seven miles from
Warwick. The laborers there and in the
urroiinding hamlets turned out after de
manding nn increased pay of four shillings
v,Sl) per week. Their leader was a cer
tain John Lewis, a traveled man, who had
worked In Staffordshire, tho next county,
and seen the operations of the trnilcs'
uniiins among the Iron-workers. Lewis
proposed tli.it they should form a union, but
lie was ignorant of the line arts of reading
and writing, and so they sent for Joe Arch,
the local preacher. The lord of the manor
of Wcllesbourno is Sir Charles Mordaiint,
well known to tiic American public through
his attempts to obtain a divorce. Sir Charles
called a meeting of tho Warwickshire
squires and parsons, and, on tho proposi
tion of tho ltev. Mr. llolbecke, they pledged
themselves not to employ any laborer be
longing to or who might join the union, and
that by every means in their power they
would "put it down. sir Charles .slor
datint did Ids sharo of immediately giving
notice to all the cottages on ids estate who
had joined tlio union that they must leave
their homes ; tins proceeding was mutated
by the Kev. II. S. Millar, vicar and land
owner at Iiadway, a village at the foot of
tho historic Edge hills. This foolish pro
ceeding, however, attracted the sympathy
and opened the pockets of the neighboring
town of Birmingham, the most radical bor
ough in the kingdom. Tho men on strike
were thus kept fruni starving. Joseph
Arch went bravely to work, ho addressed
tho laborers nt open-air meetings through
out the neighborhood, and the union In
creased in numbers. Then tlio stormy
petrel of events, the London "special cor
respondent" made his appearaneo upon the
-ccnej philanthropic reformers followed,
foremost among whom was tho Hon Auberou
Herbert, who (witli his wife, Lady Florence,
the daughter of an English peer) made
Leamington his head-quarters for some
weeks, and encouraged and assisted the
laborers both by voice and deed. It was on
Good Friday, the SUth of March, 1871', that
tho first united meeting of tho Warwickshire
laborers was held in the l'ublic hall. Lea
mington. At this Joseph Arch presided,
and was assisted by Mr Auberon Herbert,
Mr Edward Jenkins (tho author of "Olnx's
Ilaby",) and many would-be social reform,
ors. Here, too, alo came l)r Langford,
I lie editor of u llirmlnghani paper bringing
with him a goodly sum of money collected
in that town, several radical llirmlnghani
manufacturers, and members of tho sev
eral trades'-unlons. These last asslstcdthu
laborers from tho start, the amalgamated
society of engineers, tlio most Intelligent
and nourishing buoy ot mechanics In l.ng
land, sending a donation of C30U. From
an early hour, parties of men and women
marched Into Leamington, lightening their
muddy tramp of many miles by singing the
refrain of the union hymn : '
"Tlio farm laborers of Warn Ickshlie
llavo hid no Hsn for many a j ear,
Although bread often lias been di'n i s
Hut now they've formed a union."
The associate of high-born and intelli
gent men and women, his name on every
one's lip, praised by the radical press,
looked up to as n leader by his class how
did Joseph Arch behave then? Was it
not enough to turn the heads of men of far
higher standing and education? He was
ever the same simple, modest, manly, with
a niarvelousjwell-balanced brain and glow-
lug tongue ; a strong man, strong in the pos-
session of a good cause and a native Intcg-
rlty. Ills language was wonderfully moil-
erate, Hear what this dangerous agitator,
ns the tory squires called him, said at a
meeting at Southam, advising moderation:
"Do not, mj friends," said he, "let one
single word that Is unjust, base, bad, foul,
or unchaste, escape your lips toward any
After the meeting at Leamington the un
ion was fairly started. Joseph Arch trav
eled through all parts of England, organ
izing branches of tho union wherever ho
went. In two months tho union was a na
tional one, nnd on tho 29th and 30th of
May, 1872, n meeting of delegates from all
parts of tho country was held at Leamington
(which from its central position Is mado the
head-quarters of tlio movement.) Over
this, Mr. Dixon, member ot l'arliamcnt for
llirmlnghani, presided. Arch was unani
mously elected president of tho union,
Tho movement which nt first was only a
demand for a few more shillings a week,
has now becomo one of political import
ance, and tho laborers will demand a vota
In the counties, ns tho artisans did In the
cities. Arch nt first avoided all political
references ; but when her majesty, through
her sto'vard, discharged tho laborers on
her privnto estates for demanding a few
more shillings a week, ho spoko strong
words, nnd, even as tho movement lias
grown, there Is no doubt bl Lions Imvn ml.
yanccd nlso, perhaps almost In spito of
A lloniiuitic stars.
Bcrton's Rock is the great curiosity at
Mount Mansfield. It weighs over ono
hiindred tons and fell from tho cliffs above.
As we came down yesterday morning, we
aij' an old lady gazing at It very Intently,
and one of our wagon load had tho lmpu.
tence to nsk what tilled lier. She turned
about fiercely, and shaking her (1st, hustled
down a path-way out of sight. "Driver,"
wc IcmaudeiL 'who Is .that?" 'Why,
said he, "she H an old hag that stays hero
always. You know how tho rock came
there, don't you?' Of courso we didn't,
nnd said so. 'Well,' said tho driver, 'the
story Is that this hag, which you sec, CLtne
up hero thirty years ago with n party ot
gay friends, on a rough and tumble climb
ofritount Mansfield. Th,c party camped
out on the top of 'ho mountain. One day
a young man named IJcrton, of the party
went off for n stroll, and was seen In the
ravine waving his hat. This ling, then a
young lady, and engaged to llertoti, of
course, wonted a gootl Bight of her lover.
So she crept to the very edge of n shelv
ing rock, nnd leaned over tn salute him.
Immediately the rocl; began to loosen, and
nnd the young lady had just time to get
off, it hen the rock fell. Of coiirpo It fell
uiioii iicrton. nuu tneie nc iuvh now miner
that stone i nnd to cut the story short, this
old woman comes here every Summer, uud
ttu often see her as you see her just now.
She is crazy, nnd her friends cant prevent
her doing n's she likes. The most they can
do It to hire n man to watch her and
there's the fellow now. "Ilollao Jlnij
how's the old woman?" "Knlllng, fulling.
She don't cat nothing now : poor thing,
poor thing!" ""'. N. CnmntrrcM Art
tcrtmv. (Slothing furnishing Good.
RATES' HOUSE CORNER.
C I, O T II 1 X G.
GENTS' l'URNISHINO GOODS,
HATS AND OATS
FOR THE NEXT 10 H.VVS
to make room for
I. I. (1 O O 1) s .
:masov a- .ir.itKnwsKi
ItEAT HEDCOTION IN PRICKS.
T H I ' (I
CIIST AND I.KSS THAN COST,
Mr the lu'M
T II I It T Y
D A Y S
tu make room for
F A I. f, (I O (il)s,
A lull line of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
A. O. CUNNINGHAM,
No. 5 Ckntkk St., Opposite the Depot.
15 O O T S A X D
All kinds of Hummer Goods
make room for a
S H O E S !
a cost or less, to
FALL LINK! I
Now Is the time at No. a loget shod Mr n
small amount of money.
Chlldien and Misses
nt a low llguic
CALL AND SKK FOH YOlMtSKLF ,
A new stock of Illaeksuiith's Aprons Just arrived
at No. (merchants' Itow,
o. w. cinuti i:it.
R K A T R E I) UC TI O N
The great excitement now prevailing In Itut
land Is, where can a Man, Woman or child get
the best HOOT Oil S1IOK for the htnnlleM
amount of money.
Now, Citizens of Itutland and vicinity, I claim,
.end do also state, that 1 can sell yuu nnythlhg
usually kept In n rtrst-class Hoot and Shoe store
ns cheap, or even cheaper, than can bo found
this hide of Iloston or New Y'ork markets.
II'. S. Please call betoro purchasing else
where, nnd I think that you will be convinced
(before leaving) that tho nbovo statement Is
correct. Yours respectfully,
W. K. ItOSS.
No. E, .Merchants' Itow, Hutlnnd, vt,
More;rorinorly occupied by French Harrows.
VNTKD. Wholesale Purchasing
Agents for tho Hartrnrn Kewlni? Machine
made at iianbury, Conn. The latest and best.
The stillest, fastest und easiest lockstitch, self
setting, straight needle machluoln the market.
Hotter terms than any company Address,
JOHN A. 1)01)0 K, General Agent, Danbury, Ct.
TANTKD. All men wishing to make
v T money to send for n pamphlet contain
ing Instructions, Ac , which everybody should
know. J. o.tii.ton, riTTSsumi. I'a.
Two ncllie and energetic
L1FK INSURANCE AGENTS
to solicit for one of the otdest nnd best Life
IN THIS COUNTltV.
Commission or Salary will bn paid as cun bo
TUB IIEST TKItntTOItY IN T1IK HTATK
can bo secured to responsible men.
Address, with reference, .
JtOX 10.1, Itutland, Vt.
Aug. U. 1873.
WOOD CIIOPI'EHS WANTED TO
cut BOO cords of hard wood In Mcndon.
Apply to (1K0. W. CIIAN.IN, Jr., .Merchants'
CELERY PLANTS From Tctor Hender
son ready on and after Juno nth. Bend In
your orders. Cabbage plants for lato crop by
the hundred or thousand! also, Green Perm
ready about July 1st. Flower plants, among
which ts tho celebrated Amarantnaa Halsltolius
or Fountain Plant, . constantly on hand. Bou
quets, wreaths &c., mads to order.'
8. C LEMONS,
tnaysdly Nrar fatr nrounds.
THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, ilUDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29. 1878.
LI F K ASSURANCE SOCIETY
120 Hi-haiiway, Nr.w York,
lias become (he most iropttlnr Mfe Insurniico
Comp my In the ttoilil.
Assms over . ..$20,000'coo
New business during the year IS72 of the Com
panies represented tn Itutliind.
Mutual Mfe 34,KI7,775
I'hcenlv Mutual 21,751,134
Charter o.ik 12,sh'.,r.(d
Massachusetts .Mutual 5,417,750
North AnuTlca 4,6li,4'f,
micai. invismiv so inn or hkikiiknck :
.Tnhu N. H.iMer,
Ner. I'. Minons,
John A. Mead, M.U.,
Col. W.fl. Vnre,
: o. II. Hot t ti in,
Charles l Htlmson
.lohu Vt. Cramton
John A. Sheldon,
Nicholas I Datis
MAXON k VAt'OMN,
lll'RNHAM A- TEMPI. E.
We are AgeniW the follow In:
Fire Insurance Companies.
' Hi st class
Home, N. V
Insurance of No. America, 1'hll.i,
I'henlv, N. Y
These ale the best known ot all tho companies
represented In Rutland, and since we have
represented them they have uiid mure wney to
the citizens of Itutland mm vicinity than alt
other eumjHinleH cmttbinaU
This record unites their stability and their
willingness to pay nil proper claims.
We continently exoeet a continuance nr the
liberal patronage tt filch these companies have
We also repiesent tho Trawlers Life and Ac
cident Insurance Company. Wo glto abetter
and cheaper policy than any other Life com
pany. Call and see.
llUUNHAM k TLMIT.K.
onice. Opera House, Itutland, Vt.
ami Sin Ware.
UNX & (MIAMTON,
Maiiiifacturers of all kinds or
and ilcalcis In
'I.ANISIIKD, HltlTANNIA, JAPAN, GLASS
AND W00DF.N WAULS
of every description.
HltOOMs, HltrsllKS AND I1ASKKTS.
and a general assortment of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Special facilities for Jobbing all kinds of
TIN AND GLASS WAHK.
JWAIl kinds of oiKTRii taken In exchango for
NO. 14 MERCHANTS HOW.
Itutland, vt.. May l, 1ST3. myldtf
E M O V A L
S. (). htaley, of tho late llrm ot Staley A: Up-
iiiutoit, nan ii'iiiu.eii m.s utisiness ironi o.
Center St., to No. 12 Merchants' How, where ho
has formed a conartnershln with Messrs. Dunn
Cramton, under the llrm nnmo of S. (I. Slnley
& Co. He will bo pleased to see all of his old
customers, and as many new ones ns will favor
nun with a can
S T A L E Y A- 0 O ,
Nn, 2, Mkhciianth' How,
STOVES AND HOT AIR FURNACES.
Tho Stewart and Now American Cooking
Stoves, for both wood and coal, constantly on
nana, sianuractiirers or nnn dealers lit
.COPPF.K, TIN AND Slli:i:T IHON WAHK.
P L U 31 I I N (.
In all Its brunches,' Hath Tubs, Water Closets
GasandWntci Piping, and Fittings of
TIN HOOFING AND JOHIIINO
Of nil kinds promptly attended to, None but
SKiiuui ana reuauio worKinen einpioyeu.
ALI, W01IK WAMIAXTKn
KSSGtaDER, 2 IXlOllS MORTII OF THE OI'KIIA UOCSKl
rpiIE SUnsCRIRER having achieved
X something ot a reputation as a
tu these United States of North America, re
turns thauks for the
! by the whole people.
Making First-class work, my speciality I
would Invite, as many ot you wishing that kind
of work, to " hnrr a hand " nndhclp us boost the
The Room Is newly re-Uttcd and re-furnlshed,
and j on tt lit nnd It quite pleasant to w bile away
a few Heeling moments as wn go traveling on.
You will litid my
I'tll-CKLMNrl AMI I Ml I t! ION poltlT.LAIX-t
made up to please all and nt lis rates tlion
i mit. So oxix'iise or pains spared Hi Tool
Chemicals nr anything going to muke up
A GOOD LIKENESS
I as it is my motto to pica., If 1 do not make a
WITH TUB KXI'KIMKNCK OF KIUU1KKS VKAItS,
nnd most of that time In Hutlnnd, 1 Hatter my
self that I nm what I am,
A LIVING 1IUU AMONOST VOL.
i: no ms ix
O I, A It I ' S II. I, O O K ,
(Comer Merchants' ltmvntid West Street',)
.IAS. O. MKUItKl.L,
CIIAB. A. WILLIAMS.
luiietn ilwsni Assistant.
ACADEMY. UAHHE, VKR.
,1. s. Hi'ACi.mso. I)., l'rlnclnal
.. ii. iviiiAi.i.. A. i.. Assisiuiii irriiicinai.
It Is the design of the Instructors to turntsh
young men and ladies tho most ample and
thorough culture In preparation for college or
business. '1 he philosophical and chemical ap
paratus Is extensile and freely used. Hoard,
Including room, washlngand Ironing, from $rt.oo
to H.oo per week. Fall term begins Aug. lilst,
is;j. rur catalogue ac., npniy in iTincir ai.
E D CO AT I ONAL
IN ST IT I'TK,
'Hie Kali Term of this School will commence
Tar-SHAY, SKl'TKMIIK.H KITH,
under the tuition of Its former teacher,
MISS LIZZIE F. MERRILL,
with competent Assistants.
Instruction Is offered In r:"mmon and Higher
KngUsh liranchcs, Mathematics, Fifr.f!:,
Good board In pilvnte families at reasonable
Persons deslilng to patronle this school can
niuain iinuier iniorinaiion oy nunressiiig
tVH.IIKII. West HlllMirt. Vt.
Hcterence is had to lormcr patrons and the
roiiowing geiilicuien who nate aiientieu exuui
tnatlous or tills school: .ludali Dana, A. M.,
l'rlnclpal of Itutland High school; Hon. Henry
Clark, Member ot the Itutland Hoard or Kduca
tlon: ltev. II. Hnyden, West Itupert. Vermont:
Dr. V. II. Maynard, Salem, New Y'ork.
1 ASTLETON SEM IN A R Y.
The next Tel m will coiriuience on the 4th ot
TKi.r.niiAi'iiv sni.i. tacoiit.
This old and well known Institution Is still
In sneressfiil nnerntlon. with a full corns of
teachers, for preparing young men for college,
or for business, and offering unusual facilities
In Music, French, Drawing and Tainting, nnd
other accomplishments to young ladles.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
ree Tuition Is offered to all who graduate.
and a thorough course tn branches required by
the state, together ti lth theory nnd practice ot
teaching. ItEV. It. (I. WILLIAMS,
jgURR AND 11URTON SEMINARY.
Fall Term begins August 20th. Excellent
opportunities for joung men preparing for
College. Superior Instruction In .Music and the
ornamentals. Terms reasonable. Send for a
Catalogue and Circular.
ii ii.nii.tit rruiciiKu.
Manchester, vt., July 14, 187S. Julylswew
A MII.1TA11Y COLI.KOi:,
KSTAHLISIIED IN 1S34.
Has a 1'ren.iratory Department, thorough clas
sical, sclentlilc and military Instruction, good
discipline, No students under 14 years of age,
nilmlttciL Send for circular. Address,
PROF, CHARLES DOLE,
Next term begins Aug. 2Sth.
Deferences Hon. S. M. Dorr. Charles Clement.
Gen. B II. ltlpley, Rutland. Jyl2d2in
MIE FALL TER3I OF THE RUR
.INGTON, VT SCHOOL
for young ladles, will open on
WEDNESDAY-, SKITKMIIEH 10th.
A limited number of boarders taken Into the
Principal's family for the year.
For terms apply to tho l'rlnclpal,
References President Angcll, Ann Arbor,
Mtch.: Prof. M.l'ettv. llurllngton. Vt. : Hev.J.
II. Worcester, I). I)., llurllngton, Vt.; Chief
Justico rierpoint, t irgennes, vt, : Hon. H. A.
nun, swnnton, 1 1.
"yiT A L LING F O 11 D
WHAT MAKES THAT HOOM SO CHEERFUL
Why, lean tell toil; it Is hung
NEW PICTURE GALLERY
A. HILL SON
last month. It Is up stairs, Just back of the
Millinery Department, and they havo got a
beautiful assortment, at very reasonable prices,
and ti ill sell even tho most attractive. Y'ou can
get FRAMES, nlso, of every slzo and variety;
soeerry your plcturrs to them and havo them
fram;d to beautify your homes. Call and see
their toe. Rustic Frames. This room also con
tains an elegant display of
PAPER HANGINGS, 110RDERS, KTC, ETC.
All new and nttractlvo Patterns. Wo havo rc
noted our Oil Cloths to this room and added a
few pieces ot woolen carpeting nt very low
prices; niso, iicinp carpet, stair carpeting,
Hassocks' Mats. c Arc.
Wo trust our customers will not go elsowhero
to buy Summer Goods "at cost," as we shall sell
jor mo nexi, iniriyoays our entiro siock or
PRINTS, DHES8 GOODS, SHAWLS, SHOES,
CLOTHING, FANCY GOODS, ETC.,
nt greatly reduced prices. As low as thoy can
bo boutiht In the eountv.
Cll nnd examlno our elegant SUITS for the
uojn, who win uiieuu iuu uranu ucumon.
como ana -aress up in style." our Block of
GROCERIES, FLOUR, ETC.,
was never mnro cnmnletn. We can. us ever.
glt o you bottom prices on Sugars and Teas.
Having received anew invoice of our fa "nous
die. Tea, we can give a better bargain than ever
for that money. Itemcmber wo havo tea for a
lower figure, but this Is GOOD TEA. Tho only
complaint of th housekeeper Is, that It has so
ninny "visitors" In It.
We havo a few HATS and BONNETS, which
nu mil sen ui. iosl tur lest; m iiustr.
Our MILLLINKIIY business has been so en.
couraglng that wo shall continue tlio denart
mcnt through noxt fall and winter, so tho ladles
can look out for new Btvlcs ns soon as tho sea.
son opens. Wo shall Improve our assortment
ntitvuDCo ino irauo ucmanas li aoing an we
i-uii iu lui-uiuiuuumv uur iruuc,
A. HILL & SON, WALLINGFORD,
PENCILS. Dixon's Penclli, . mado . in
tho United States, are much superior to
Fsbtrs, and are Bold at lower prices. Try
hloiie pxpnn co.
a n d o n & nvxroox,
Wholesale and Detail Coolers lo
IKON, STKKL, NAILS, &o itv &e.
geoeinl .Vjsofttueni (
II K I. T'l N (I,, L A t; I N 0,S 0.
TIMOTHY, CLOVIUt. AND ALI
NOVA SCOTIA PLASTER.
LODI MANHKACTL'ItlNG COASJ I'OllDItKTTF.
a. n'u. i ink or
C II E A P
F O R 0 A S H
II A R II K T T
S OLD S T O R E.
a a j
cn I a
w I P
JKVI 0. KINGSLEY.
BUILDERS' AND CAHINET
Weymouth Fine Finishing and Emplro Cut
Nolls, Iron, Steel, chains, 4c.
Steel, Iron, licks, Ames' Shovels, Blasting Pow
der (government proof), Fuse, Ijirge
;Drlll Files, stcul Striking Ham-
mers. Handles. Ac.
MANILLA ROPE AND CORDAGE.
SAW-MILL, CIUCULAIt AND WOOD SAWS,
AND BOYNTON'S LIGHTNING
Oils, Varnishes, Glue, Sand Paper, Ilrushes, A'C.
GLASS AND PUTTY.
Asplendldtlnoof Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Shears and Scissors.
Parlor Furniture, Center Tables, Mirrors, Ex
tension Tables, llodsteada, Mattrassos,
Spring Beds, Bureaus and Chairs.
Manufacturer ot Black w&Innt, Chestnut and
Painted Chamber Seta.
0 A R Pi T 8 .
Velvet, Brussels, Tapestry. Thro Ply and In
grain Carpets,' Oil Cloths, fte., kc.
COmNS AMD 0ASKKT9.
Itutlaad, Jua jT,imi
u o, Kmosurrn.
M. 11IXHY .t CO.'S
TWO OEMS FOR HOUSEHOLD USE.
BIXBT'S Fhencu Lacndiiv dlck.
Dlttlt'S UKSTSnOK IIUCKINO.
rjlIIE GREAT SOUTH AMERICAN
JURUREHA 1JLOOD PURIFIER.
Ls tho most nowcrfiil cleanser, strengthener
nnd remover of Olandulur Obstructions known
to .Materia Jleuiea.
It. In sneelflltv mtntiteil , nr. mint I Mil tnna ' unm
down " and Uebllltated by tlm warm wenther of
Spring and suinmcr, when the blood is not in
active circulation, consequently gathering Im
purities from sluggishness anil impel reel action
ot tho seerctlte organs, and Is manifested by
Tumors, F.ruptlons, Mutches, Molls, PtistulcH,
Scrofula, Ac, c.
When weary and languid from ot erst oik, nnd
dullness, drowsiness and lnertlu take the place
oi energy nnu tigor, ine sysiein neeus a none
tobulldltup and help the Vital Forces to ro
imln Ihelr clinernllte nower.
In the heal of Hummer, frequently, Hie Liter
and Spleen do not properly perform their fmie.
UUI1S . ill). villi. Hill, Illlill,. .I Hlllll i ; tii-
actlve, producing weakness of the stomach and
Intestines nnd u predisposition tn bilious de
O F J U R V It E I! A
Is prepared directly from the South Ameilcaii
l'lant, and Is peculiarly suited In nil thesn dllll
cullies; It ttlll clenno tho Vitiated Illood,
strengthen tho Lire-Gltlng I'owers, ami reniotr
all obstructions from
iMrAtimn AND KM Kr.lll.Kt) ono iss,
H should bo freely taken, ns .lurubcba Is jinv
notinced by medical writers tho mjst eniclent
runner, Tonic and Deobstrucnt known Hi tho
whole rango of medicinal plants.
JOHN (J. KELI.OGO.ls Plattsticet.New York.
Sold by Druggists. Solo Agent for the United
Stales. Price one Dollar per llottle. Send for
1T0RK1NG CLASS; Male or female,
TT ii(K) a week guaranteed. Respectnblo
employment at home, day or evening; no capi
tal required; mil instructions nnu vaiuanie
package of goods sent free by mall. Address,
with six cent return stninp. M. YOUNG A CO.,
173 Greenwich st reet. N. Y. ntigl Idwlw
XTEVKR NEGLECT A ( flL'GH. Noth
Xi lug is more certain In la.t llie foiiiidallon
for future etll consequence.
WELLS' CARHOLIC TAI'.LETS
are a sure euro for all diseases of the A'csplra
tory organs, Soro Throat, Colds, Croup, Diph
theria, Asthma, Catarrh, Hoarseness, Dryness
of the Throat, Windpipe, or lli'onchlal Tubes,
and all diseases ot the Lungs.
In all cases of sudden cold, boweter taken,
these Tablets should bn prompliy and ireeiy
used. They cuunllzc the circulation of the
blood, mltlgato the sc verity of the attack, and
will. In a very short time, icstore healths action
to the affected organs.
Wells' Carbolic Tablets are put up only In
blue boxes. Take nosubstltule. If they can't
be found nt jour druggist's, send at once to the
agent In New York, who will forward them lt
let urn mnll.
Don't lie deeolled In Imitation".
Sold by druggists. Price 2. cents a bos,
JOHN (J. KELLOGG, is l'latt St., New York.
Send for Circular. Solo Agent for the United
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A S I)
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P. O. Box 4,323, No. 25 Nassau Street.
THE MIDLAND ItAILWAY Is nil enterprise
of National Importance, and tlio Stock and
Bonds soon to bo placed upon the principal
stock Exchanges, st ill bo ns freely dealt In as
thoso ot tlio Nesv Y'ork Central, Erie, and Penn
sylvania Central Railroad companies, l'ls-o
hundred and eighty-eight miles ot its railroad
an1 nost completed and In operation. Continu
ous trains are running from New York to Os
wego, and on tho Western Extension, tosvnrds
Buffalo, the company Is running trains S5 miles;
the remainder or tho distance, 120 miles, In Buf
falo, Is In course of rapid construction, and It
will be completed within ono year. The New"
Y'ork and Oswego Midland Railway will bo one
of tho most prolltablo Trunk Lines running: out
of New Y'ork.
8 5 0 , 0 0 ( , 0 0 0.
We confldcntly bellevo that fifty millions of
dollars trill bo mado by the stock and bond
holders In this road within u fesv years by tho
rise In the taluo ot tho properly.
The selling value ot tho stock and
bonds of tho New Y ork Central
and Hudson River Railroad Is
Tho selling vnluu ot the stock and
bonds ot tho Midland Hallway
Companies, Including suniclent
to complete single track to Buf
falo, and double track cast of
Mlddletown, Is 31,oi0,00)
Length of New Y'ork Central and
Hudson litter railroad from New
York Central Depot to Buffalo. 155 miles,
length of tho Midland railway,
Jersey City to Buffalo, t la Munt-
clalr ess miles.
Sating over tho Central rou'e to miles.
Saving over tlio Erto routcf ss miles.
Thl3 difference ot distance In favor of tho
Midland route must always enable It to com.
pete with tho other lines advantageously as to
freight, and ought to give It n larger share ot
the passengers than any other Hue. Tho early
completion ot tho Western Extension, from
Sclpln Centro to Buffalo, Is ensured by the sub
scriptions ot capitalists to u syndicate formed
to purchase $.1,000,000 of bonds rrom the com
pany. Thosyndlcnto has guaranteed to nil
tance further means. It wanted, to complete
this road. Wo oiler for a short time. New York
K Oswego Midland Hallway Co's First Mortgage
Seven 1'er Cent. Gold Bonds, Western Exten
sion, at87 1-2 and accrued interest In currencj.
We nro solo agents for selling Jersey city &
Albany ltatlroad Company's 7 per cent, gold
bonds at 90 and Interest In currency. This road
Is nosv In operation from Jersey City to Tappan
town, a distance ofai miles. Nlnu miles fur
ther are graded, on which Iron Is being laid.
Tho road will bo completed to Hat erstraw tilth
In a year. Thoso bonds are only issued on com
A specialty still bo mado of tho stock and
bonds of tho folloitiiigcompaiilcs t New Y'ork s
Oswego Midland railway company. New Jersey
Midland railway company. Mnntclalr riillivnv
company, and Jersey iity ; Albany railroad
company. Wohavo now on hand a limited sup
ply of these bonds.
bonds und stocks Known to this market
will be bought and sold, for cash, on orders for
Inueslors or dealers. Wo sollolt permanent cor
respondence nnd agents for tho sale of these
bonds. li. II. CULVER CO., Hankers,
85 Nassau St., New Y'ork.
CJll 1 O OA In four weeks canvas-MJJ'-'fcAi
tUJ sing wnsono agent's pro
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tn ono week ou The Xea IIouacUeir' 3lanual.
byMIssliecchcr nnd Mrs. Stowo. Anv nctlvn
man or woman can havo on agency. J. 11. FORD
s co., nesv Y'ork, Iloston, Chicago and San
Aug si dAsvlsv.
I' OOK OUT for tho astounding olTer to
J be mado as a rremlum to Y'cnrly subscrib
ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY MAOAZ1NK,
To bo announced next month.
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XJ wanted "Lectures and Sermons ' uf
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Family lllbles, Vaps, Charts, Pictures Oul.ien
Pens, Hewing silk nnd Linen Thread. Ap l
for terms to I), L. Guernsey, imiIi, Oitirnrd,N.H.
"1AMP1I0RINE."-The gicat discov
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Pains, Strains, Stiff Joints, Swellings, Intlama
tlons. Ilunlons, Cnlnrrh. AC.. Ae. Al will hot
giiasoor stuln. and (or tn.? lollm Is u lUAur.v In
every family. Thousands will and now testltt
to its grent merits. Try It. l'rlen per bottlers
cents. HKLIIHN HOYT, I'rop'r, 2o:i Greenwich
street, N, Y,
rnni: iiaskins maciiini: co.,
X lTtchburg, Mass., Manufacturers ot
VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL
Our combined Lngl nes nnd Hollers are made
In qualities and to standard guages, so Ilia I nil
parts are Inlen hnngeoble, (.'an be run with
greater safety and lessexpensH than anv other
engine manufactured. Slzeslioin 1 to 20 horse
power. WAULItOOMS, No. 40 Cortlm.dt street,
N. Y. Send for circular. nug2ldw'4w
O QTII THOUSAND IN PRESS. SALE
JO Increasing, v.ooa more Llie Agents
Wanted for our
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flier coo pages, onlv i'l.tf). imkout for Inferior
works, wnd lor circular and proof of the great
est success ot tho season, ltcport Just In, 1S4
subs. In six days. IIIJIlllAlil) JlltOS., Pub's, M
Washington St., Hoston. Aug21dA;w4w.
WORK OF INTENSE INTEREST
and Intrinsic talue.
Ily the gifted son of Hie fatuous "Peter Pallet,"
The lesultnf great historical research: An
Authentic History of Natlgatlon and Its Mnnl
rold Discoveries since the Flood. Abounds Willi
startling Incidents, fearful disasters, lawless
piracies, bloody battles and glorious achlcse
tnents ; also describes dlslng, telegraphing,
ocean llsherles, etc. Over 200 spirited cuts.
Suliiect new. Price low. Agenls svnnted.
HUHIIARD PROS., Pubs, Ki Washington street,
I. tNl) RAILROADS.
On and nfler Monday, June 2d, 1S73, trains
will run as follows, (smiilajs excepted. :
DOIVII HOCTII AMI KAST.
I.e.ne Rutland at. I2:rfland 4:30 n. in., and 12:10
and r.:oo p. 111.
MAIL. Lento Ogdenslmrg nt fi:10 p. m., St.
Albans nt M a. in., llurllngton tit s:lo a. 111.,
roitllcnryat 7:15 a. 111., Rutland at 12:10 p.m.,
Heliosis Falls al 2:S0 p. m., arriving nt Nesv Lon
don at '.;?,u p. in., connecting with steamer for
NEW YORK EXPREhS.-Leases St Albans nt
!:ii) 11. m., llurllngton 10:20 n. In., nriltlng In
Rutland at 12:M)p. 111.
NIGHT EXl'ItllSH. leases Ogdensburg at 12:
tin p.m.. I'lattsbiirg 3:30 p.m., Montreal 3:30 11.111..
St. Johns 4-so p. m., St. Albans 7:20 p. 111., llur
llngton !':lo p. 111., Itutland 2M a. 111., Heliosis
Falls, 3:2.'. a. in., nriltlng at New- London at 11:15
MIXED TRAIN. leases llurllngton nt 2:00 p.
in., arriving In Itutland. at 7:40 p. in. Leaves
Rutland at 4: lon. m.. Id lours Falls 7:45 a.m.
(accommodation train), a rrlslng at New I,ndon
ai :iu t). m.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaies Rutland at 5:00 p. in,
arrlvlii2 In Itellows Falls at lo:oo p. in.
Leases Rutland nt 1:13 nud 5:10 n. in., and 2:30
aim ft:";, p. in.
MAIL. iJMtcs New London at 5:00 n. in.,
Sprlnglleld S:no n. in., Iloston 7:30 a. in., Hellnivs
1.11111:4.-1., i.uuanu 2:30 p. m., arriving at rori
Henry at teoo n. m.. llurllngton moo n. in.. St.
Albans r.:io p. in., .Montreal 9:15 p. m., Ogdens
burglil.'i a. m making connections with trains
or I 111! It KM.
EXPRESS Leaves Itutland at nam p. in., St.
Albans nt S:.-.i p. m.
NIGHT EXPRESS. Leaves New London nt
2:1.'. p.m., sprlnglleld nt sue p. m connect ins
with Irjln leatliiL-New Ynrl. ill. 3-ihi tv m.. r.el.
lows Tails 11:20 n. in., connecting with train
leaving Iloston at r.:30 p. m., liutland 1:4.1 a. m.,
llurllnglon l:4ii a. :.i., M. Albans (1:10, arriving
In Monti cat at 9:45 a. m., i'lattsbiirg at 12:oo In.,
and Osdcnsburgnt 12:35 p. m., connecting with
li inns nu I no ,t esi.
MIXED TRAIN. Leates Itutland at r,M0a. m
Leal c llurllngton nt 9:30 a. m., St. Albans 12:i
in., iirriting in ogdcnsuurgnt s:5op. in. anil st,
Johns nl 3:.MI o. in.
MIXED TRAIN. L'eaves Itellows Falls at 4:30
a. in., arming in nut nnu nt 9:2i)n. in.
ACCOMMODATION. lenses New ltndon at
s:ioa.m., Hollows Falls feisi p. in., anittngln
Itutland nt s:35p. in.
Trains leave llurllngton going east, for Mont
peller, ,te., nt r.:55 a. m., U:ui p. in. and 7:55 p. in.
Trains leate Hollows Fulls going north, for
White River .function, Ac, nt s:30 a. m. and
11:4.1 a.m., nnd 5:55 nnd 11:20 p. in.
Conskctions. At Rutland with liens-elaer A
Saratoga and Harlem Extension Hallronds; at
liellosvs Falls Willi Cheshire Railroad; at south
Vernon siith Connecticut lttver Railroad.
:i?-r-lccplng cars are attached to night trains
betsveen St. Albans and Troy, nnd llurllngton
nnu nnuon. in i.i. s .mi;hiiii.u
St. Albans. Vt.. June 3d, ls73.
ITARLEM EXTENSION RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF TIME.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS. t-373.
on and after Monday, June
sotli, is?, trains
win inn us iohows:
MIXED. Leaves liutland at 3:00 a. in., con
necting nt stnto Linn with train for Troy.
MAI I. Leases Rutland 9.30 a. m andmak
lng closo connections nt Chatham 4 Corners
ssilh trains lor Nesv Y'ork, Albany, Hudson, nnd
both east nnd west on II. it A. It. It.
MIXED. Leave Rutland nt 2.25 p. rn., to Ben
nington nnd Troy.
SUNDAY MILk TRAIN (with passenger car
attached). Leaves Rutland at 7.3n a. m.
A It I
Rutland to Nesv Y'ork ...
" to Albany, -"
to Hudson, ...
r"SNo lay over checks given.
AltRIVE AT HUTLAND.
Mall, .S5 p. m.; Mixed, 12.03 p. m.; mixed
7.so p. m.
F. C. WHITE, Supt.
Rutland. Juno 14. 1S72. mayldftsvtf
I'A IT.lt COMPANY
PUHl.IslIEHs PRINTERS STATIONER
iii.axk noiiK M.txiii:tcfa;i:i:;
Hating purch.v-.ed tho Wholesale Paper and
Stationery business of H. A. Sawyer, and the
Printing business ot Jas. K. Mc Lean, with tho
addition of a complete, Hook-lllndery, they have
consolidated tho svholo Into ono business, and
moved tho samo Into tho new and commodious
"Globo Building," erected especially for tho
uso ot tho Company,
Willi ono of tin) most complete Printing De
partments ot any establishment In the State,
under the superi Islon ot ono ot tho best practical
printers In tlio country, they are prepared to do
all Muds of plain and ornamental woiklntho
most approt cd manner and on Ehort notice.
Our Jobblug Department will comprise full
lines of Writing Tapers both folded and Hat,
Envelopes, (Note, U'ttcr nnd Official,) Blank
Hooks of os cry description, School Hooks,
Slates, Pens, Pencils, Inks, Ijisv Blanks, Cut
lery, Wrapping Papers of nil kinds, Paper Bags,
Flour Sacks, Twines and Cordage, Wooden
Ware, Mulches, Ilrushes, Blacking, Blueing,
Ac., Ac. This Department will bo found ss-cll
stocked and ss-orthy tho attention of closo buy
ers. ' ' '
Tho Bindery ss 111 bo under tho charge of ono
of tho most thorough workmen to bo found In
tho state, nnd nil svork will bo executed Iu the
best, st lo anil with dispatch.
With men of long oxpcrlcnco tn charge, nnd
with extensive 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 tho cities, and
solicit tho patrouaso of tho Public, feeling con
fident that they can Insure tho svruita ot all
upon tho most favorable terms.
GLOni! TAPER CO, '
TAGS. Wo sell Dennlson's Tags to
Printers and stationers at Dennlson's
lowest wholesalo prices.
GLOUE PAPER CO.
V I. I N T ' S
H CAKE It MTVEIls.
A GREAT MEDICAL DISf.OVKRV
Extract of Hoots and Herbs which almost In
variably euro the following complaints.
Dyspepsia, Heart Hum, Liver Complaints and
Ijss of appctlle cured by taking a tow bottles.
Lassitude, Low Spirits and Sinking Sensation
cured nt once.
Eruptions, Pimples: Blotches and all Impuri
ties of the blood, bursting through the skin or
otherwise, cured readily by following the direc
tions on the bottlo.
For Kidney, Madder and Urinary derange,
incuts It has no equal ; one bottle will convince
the most sceptical.
Worms expelled from the system without the
least difficulty ; a few bottles nro suniclent for
the most obstinate fascs,
Piles, ono bottle has cured tho most difficult
eusu nnoii an oiner remedies failed.
NCrVOUS Difficulties. KeiirnlfTt-i MniwIaMn.
Ac, eased Immediately,
Rheumatism. Ssi-cllcd Jolnls nnd t.ll Scrnfnli
Amictionsremoted.orgreatlyrelleted by thL
Dronchttl. Cntarih. Convulsions nnd lit tler.
Ics cured or relieved.
Dlflleiill Hreatliing. I'slns In llie innvi. mi.i
anil Chest, almost llivnrl.iblvrureil liv infelm. r.
fesv bottles of (Quaker Hitters.
Femalo Difficult les.so nres'alent nmnnir Amer.
lean ladles,) leld readily in this intnliiable med
icine, the ouakcr Hitters.
Hllllous. Remittent and Intermittent Fetors.
so prevalent In many parts of our country, com
pliioly eradicated by the use of the ouakcr Hit
lers. The Aged Ilnd In the Ounker Hitters tint the
artlrle they stand In need of In their declining
year, It quickens the blood nnd cheers the
mind, nnd pate the passage down the plan In
clined. No one can long remain unwell (unless nnuet.
ed with nn Incurable disease) nfler taking a row
bottles of Quaker Hitters.
Sold by all Druggists nnd Dealers In Medicine
Sold nt Wholcsalo nnd ltot.ill bv (. I
WING. Druggist, Rutland.
DR. II. S. FLINT it CO.,
At their Great Medical Depot, ICS and 197 Broad
street. Protldence, li, I. tnrhll cm
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A startling expose ot Medical Humbugs of the
past and present. It ventilates (juacks, Impos
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anu .sieuuinis, aim giscs interesting accounts in
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it reveals startling secret, and Instructs nil
how to mold tho Ills which llesh Is heir "rr.
We glva exclusive territory and liberal commis
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iniri Mini, . tn i ii., or v-ini .ik'
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public. We glt o our agents the exclusive right
of territory, ono ot our agents sold t33 copies
In eight days, another sold sa copies In tttu
weeks, our agent in Hartford sold 337 In one
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jomo tt Ith no promise of a new sensation. We
shall offer you no cunningly devised fables to
tlcklo your fancy, nor take n fresh departure tu
unbeaten paths to relievo the monotony ot
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all tmsvorn by the lapse of time.
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