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:. "vl RUTLAND, VT., SATUKDAY
o. t. c n o s .s.
.Manufacf.ucrof and Dealer lu
i INISIIINO I.LMDKII, .SllrNOLHS.
1 I VI'IIOARIIS. A.NDHPllL'CKLIfMllKH.
(lOOKS.SASlI, MM Nils, MOULD.
IV(JS, DltACKCTS, WIN.
scn.ll Sawing of all kinds, Planing, Matching
mill Glazing iliiuo to order, Yard and Mill cor
ner of (.itou oml Furnace street, now Frehrht
Depot, Rutland, Vt. MoyliMrwini.
V.. N. MKimiAM'S
I r. H V EC T FITTING SHIltTS
are more durable, mid
i(i:pi:n than ready madh.
s i customers say. Send trial order,
K. N. MKHKIAM,
Jeiifdli Merchants' How, Rutland, Vt,
CORNICES OP llT.Ar-tr
Walnut, or nil t)H. mm! tn r,tn
tllill HlnifS. Tassels find flnnU nrilin'nnuu
CJHOYY CASES, COItNEIt, CLOCK
I J. anil Mantle Shelves raado to order, witii
('lain or Moulded edges,
BRACKETS sawod In
JKY MOULDINOS FOK PICTURE
Frnmlng, Chroinos, IJthogruphs, trid
IIK'C UfATIO.V (IK CHb'RCHKH, HAI.I.M AND
Good tlrst-class work nt reasonable prices.
.Mauyycarscxperlcnco in the business. Come
him 111 nurK
'No- w Cor- West "trcet.
JMdlni ItuUand Vt,
opposite Central House -mayliltt
RUTLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
"""" A,1.,1IAI, 8F-AT CHAIRS, 11KD-
Aiiii iuaii( htui,ti.
corner of West and Forest fits
I,. ATWooii, Agt. o. C. IU-oauM, Tress.
J W. KING
Manufaeturer and wholesale nud retail dealer In
SASH, DOORS, BUNDS,
MOULDINGS, BRACKETS. AND HOUSF. FUR
or evf.kv mcocnirnoN.
Fl'll.V.lCK .Stkkkt, Kctumo, Vr.
Orders liy mall or otheni Ise promptly attond.
0,1 " myldtf
J. J. OUINDON,
I! L A C K S M I T II .
l'.irtleular attention paid to Horaeslioelnir. All
wink warranted. Wiopon
IVKST ST., NKAIl (1I.IVK1I MAUII.K W0HILS,
tinylilStii RUTLAND, VT.
LINCOLN IKON WOHKS.
Murblo Mill and Holstlnpr Machinery of the
most improved construction. Derricks and
pumplntr mnehUiery, castings and general nu.
steel and Iron Wire Rope at Manufacturer's
nuuanu, vt.. May 1, 18.3. maydt
A. H. II AWLKY,
rnxnt.icron ASt practical m.atf.r,
lie is pi ejiared to do all work promptly and
well. Orders can be lett at J, E. aiynn's store
on Merchants' How, or at tho Uardwell House.
Ileereeen Rockwood Uarrett, Rutland; L. M.
Mason, President of First National Bank, De
troit, Michigan; Hon. J. M. Marvin, Saratoga
tTEAM STONE CUTTEH COMPANY,
Sole propi letors and manufacturers of the
STONE CIIANNKLIXO OR QUARRYING MA
CHINE, For rultlng stone Into various sizes and;dl.
IN ALL KINDS OF QUARRIES.
o mce ANU snors,
, RUTLAND, VERMONT.
JOHN W. CRAMTON, PrcVt.
GEORGE E. ROYCK, Treas.
CHARLES CLARK. ftcc'V.
GEO. J. WARDWELL, Supt,
QCRAI' IRON AND STEEL, OLD
ij Marble Saws and currency taken lner.
i hango for Nails at the
inayldStn RUTLAND NAIL WORKS.
West of Lincoln Iron Works
NO.:iS MERCHANTS' ROW,
Iron and Load Pipe, Portable and Stationary En
gines; Rotary steam, Korco and Cistern Pumps;
Leather and Rubber Belting ; Rubber Hose and
Packing; Rubber Overcoats, Gloves and Mit
tens; steam and Water Gauges; Water, Steam
and Gas Fittings, nnd Fixtures, all kinds; Flax
and Soapstone packing ; cotton Waste, Plumb
STEAM, WATER AND OAS FITTIN(1
Done at short notice, and nt prices adapted to
Rutland, May 1, 1873 myldum
pLUMIIINO AND GAS FITTING.
COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
Hal Ing leased rooms No. 15, Merchants' How,
In Storo with II. R. Dyer, I am prepared to do
all work In my line In a workmanlike manner
nl reasonable rates.
PLUMBING AND (IAS FITTING GOODS
supplied r.t tho lowest rates.
SATISFACTION G I' A It A N T K ED
IY Orders by mail promptly attended to.
S. D. JKNNKSS,
Rutland, May is dam
mo PRINTERS AND PUHLISHERS.
The GLOIIK Paper Co., having duplicates of
tho following articles offer them for sale at low
Hie nin Engine, suitable for running presses,
lino Curd Press,
Smith Hand Press,
Iron Frame Poper Cutler,
Two Rule Mllerlng Machines,
Two Pairs News Chases,
Two sets Column Rules,
And numerous other articles used In a Trlntlig
rnov i: n
& It A K E It ' S
NEW IMPROVED LOCK-STITCH
S E W I N 0
Mil-pa the stitch alike on both sides. Light
i unnlDs-. Complete In attachments. For sale by
I., n. MEKlllAM.
rkiHKTINO. Sclf.Inklng Pearl Preu.
1 New and valuable Invention. Every l)UM
ness man should have one Presses and Outota
nom lio upwards, wna stamp for Catalog o
Presses. Type.unts, etc. goLdinu CO, U
miby street, Bostom tohihuwh
Wwtfltfj ana iftwlrtj.
17. . 17.
BAILEY & PAH ME NT Ell 8
s I I, v e n B M I T II s .
...llXeJUT' th Iwgest and boat aisortmpnt of
w ntcn n over oned la this market-
O O L D O l( A I N H .
In loree supply, embracing every variety o
style ae.iuaMe for Ladles' or dentlemens' wear.
4 K W E L It V ,
In rich abundance, and more corulnif.
SUTU rtUTIO iND BTEIL, Hill X1BLK Oil.
Ourstock is large, and we sell nt low prices.
S I L.V E U 0 O O l) S.
StLYKK WOOM3 OF OIT. OWN' MANXFACICIIK,
ItOflKRS' IIUOTIIKILS l'LATKD FORKS
, AND SPOON'S.
1V,i Sets, Castors c., all the host.
H 1' K C T A 0 I. K S
To lit those who cannot see well.
A now thlnif wtthnu fmm.
Call and see for yourselves at"
D.UI.KY AND PARMENTERS',
tt MltRCITASTS' ROW.
yr E E K S & II A It It E H
AT NO. 1, OPERA HOUSE HLOCK,
Kwp a dill assortment of the following
HOUSE FVItNISHINO GOODS.
FRENCH CHINA WARE,
TABLE GLASS WARE,
S-JLVEIl PLATED WARE.
PAINTED TOILET BETH,
TAMIEU Anu CORDS.
LAMPS AND LANTERS,
Wholesale and Retail.
UMP CHIMNEYS and BURNERS,
Wholesale and Retail.
MATTRASSES and LOUNGES, and
mayldtt DONE TO ORDER.
Wholesalo dealer In
CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDY
IMrOHVEH ASP WIIOI.KSAIK DKALKIlj
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
The attention of .Town Agents, Physicians
and Druggists Is especially called lo our wines,
as they are unsurpassod for medical purposes,
coming from one of the oldest vineyards In
California. All goods guaranteed puro nnd sat
isfactory, or to be returned at my expense.
CORNER FHKiailT AND EVELYN, 8TS.,
lLandon & Huntoon's Block,)
Rutland. Vt. myltf
RAXTER NATIONAL EANK,
II. HKNHY BlIIKK,
11. K. LoTiiKor.
J, W. ClIAMTON,;
N. T. HriuoUK, Jit.
W. C. DCNTOK,
W. C. I.ANIHIN.
J. N. Baithb,
T. W. Pari,'
UKO. B. HOYCK,
GROnOK It, IlOTTl'M,
CO I. LECTIONS
Made and remitted for nt Lowest Rates.
IMTKSKST ALL0WKI1 OS' TIME DsrOSITH.
A general Bunking and Exchange, business
II. lUxnr Baxter, Prest. J, N. Baxter, V. Prest,
Gkohok R. Bottom, Cashier.
II MHOAD NTHHKT, SKIT VOIIK,
Stocks, Governments and Gold bought and sold
tvintpwHt allowed ou deposits, maylidtf
DAILY' STAGE nETWEEN RUT
staHlntf trom th Bardwcll Uouse.
2 rfr-connfcttoW'ttt'stoclibrldgsj vtthsUgw
or poefcast' Wl Betnai.,
arstasji r; ii. tuppkii, lfoj'r.
HE CLOSINO OUT SALE
Of a stock of
OKOCEHIES AND PKOVISIONS,
IIOMK1TI0 DRV OOOD.S,
HOOTS AND RIIOF.S,
CIIOCKKUY, OLASSWAIIK, AC., AC,
It A H (! ) M M K N C i: D .
111 avail theinselvesof the opportuully which
It fiords to replenish their stock of householil
J" l'.very art Icle Is sold at oosl or less.
!'IKSK PALI. AMI I.KAl'.X 1!IRP.
(. W. CIIAI'LIN, Jit.,
No. i, MKRCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND.
iv T. OADEN
Wholesale unit Retail llenlers In
I ' OUOCKItlKS AND PltOVlSKlNH
I CANNED FRUITS. I'K'KLO, Ai'.,
AND FANCY GOODS.
, Also, DealeiN lu
, SHAWLS, Dlis noons,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, .uv Ac.
An iisvirtnient of
OENTS' FUItNISIIINC flOODS
(onsliintly on hand.
MAIL STEAMERS TO ANII
SS-DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT (IX
BANKS OF ENGLAND, IRELAND. SCOTLWII
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN NTS.
i s 7 :i .
O L D It E D S T O It E .
nnoaKuiEH axi I'ltorisin.vs,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
mayllf Meiicuants' Row.
U L T O N M A It K E T.
ni'NTON 4: 1IAYWARD
All kinds of Meats, Fish, Vegetables and
Fruits In their season.
Klngsley S: Sprague's Block,
It E E It T U It N K R
mo a it HKFixixn t.'n.u'Axr,
70 WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Offer for sale all the various grades of Retlned
Sugar of Superior Quality at the lowest Market
Prices. A superior quality ot White Mie-ar for
Confectioners use. Also,
WHITE COFFEP. A,
COFFEE EXTRA C,
;And the lower grades of
)' i: , i. o ir
,s- it a a i:
Orders to Ihi uddresKed to our ortlci' In New
York, 70 Wall Street, Cor. Pearl.
Parties ordering 10 barrels can hnie them as
sorted. Tehms Thirty days, or Cash In
yj per cent, discount.
E. (I. IIAXTER,
p E T E R II U N '1' E R ' S ,
M A I N S T It E E T ,
Is tho plnco lo buy
SUGARS, TEAS, COFFEES, BUTTER, CHEESE,
FISH, of all kinds, ORANGES, LEMONS,
FIGS, CANNED FRUITS,
ut lower prices than any other place lu town,
Try II and bo convinced.
MAIN STREET, (East sldo.)
BATTY'S N Alt OR PICKLES,
Crosso ; Biackwcll's Pickles, Halford's
Worcestershire Sauce, Nabob Sauce, In fact
nearly nil kinds of English Pickles can bp found
at 11 W MARSHALL'S
TRUNELLAS. PRUNES. CHERRIES,
JLT Peaches, Blockberrles, HasnbcrrIes,I'lums
Huckleberries. Also, all kinds ot fruits in cans,
for salo at
li. n. .livivmwiKi.,
Groyo street, Rutland, VI.
ELK HORN & MAGNOLIA FLOUR
very choice, lor sale nt
iuayldiv.1 II. W, MARSHALL
(Ovwvks & grouWons.
Lholrc Jlni;nl Hams.
4 (lallons best Kerosene.
10 lbs. lloneless .Salmon..
in lbs. Lard.;
13 bars llubblt's Soap
Tho best of lnillcr.,.
lbs. best IMlslns
lbs. (,'holoo Unlslns
Tho best Japan Tea
A Hp eiulld .lap Ten
t7 trills nl
.. 1 0.1
.. I m
,. 1 0.)
..' 30 cent)
.. 1 in
. . mi cents
.. :t '
riiriTM Ri:n:ivr.ii haii.v at t;.
t. c. nnr.AD.
Nil. IT, .Mmicihs'I"' Knu,
WHAT 1 KNOW AIIOIT TIIIUI!
! cinxrr.it kin(!Si,i:y.
The crop Is short and you will have to hurry
up or loose them.
I am leeching them lu large lots dally.
COMi: QUICK I AT NOON!
Melons. Apples pears.,
etc., fresh dally, ntthe
OLD It ED STOKE.
Merchants' Row, Rutland, VI. Angl-ultm
t; a t
(i It A P E S
11. W. MARSHALL'S.
I rilEAS, from fiO ccnls to 81.7i; also l'rosli
JL Ground C OFFE1.'. nt
.... W. MARSHALL'S
mayldvwly corner of Orovo and West Ms
"JUTLAND .MARIHE COMPANY,
JKll V 1 t tiftnoi
It I, O r' K A- rt A W E 11 M A It II L V..
! iJIMtllili: ANII MIl.lS,
.1. N BAXTER, supt. W1T RUTLAND, Vt.
I " 'All tlm grades of Rutland Marble, In the
shnpo of Mabs ot various thicknesses requited
1 for Furniture, Mantel, und Decorative Woik, ns
well as Cemetery uses; also Cubic stock for
' Monumental nnd Building purposes. Including
liases. Strips, and Post", maybe round on our
jnrd uL nil times.
Ourexlenstieiirrangi'iiii ids lor tho pi mine-
i Hon of .Marble, In the way ot Quarrying Ma
chinery, nnd Mills comprising thlrly-tno gangs
ot saws, place us In position to supplv the
wnim nf the Trade. Wholesale and Retail
Denb'rs, Builders, I'lirnltiiie-Men, unit gen-
I end Mauutaeturei-s will llnd It to llinlr Interest
' to f.ior us with their orders.
i RUTLAND MARBLE CO
Vlt.M FOR SALE.
The subscribers offer fur sab) their farm, sit
uated nbout two miles from the Ullage of Bid
lows Falls, on the Chester road, well known
JOHN CLARK FARM,
Containing nbout three hundred and tlfty acres
otland; two duelling houses, three barns and
two tenant bouses, near the railroad track.
The tenant houses are new. Tho largo farm
house has been thoroughly repaired and paint
ed, Willi new piazza In front unit end, new front
teuce, all ill the most substantial nnd tasteful
manner, making It u desirable residence.
Nearly three-fourths of a mile of new water pipe
from a iieier-falllng fountain supplies nil the
OVER TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
has been expended iltliln the past two ycurs
on buildings und fences, besides tho tenant
houses. The laud Is adapted to the raising nf
nil kinds of crops. Some fifty neres are well
adapted for tobacco. Tho land Is now under n
good state of cultivation, by having been fed
out a largo amount of hay and grain the past
two jeais, which has been brought on the
place, besides that which the farm has pro
duced. Tho eastern line Is tlm i nniieeiicui
rlierund the tarm laying uesteily, iiuiilcd into
pasture and tillage laud, with a stimclcnl sn v
plv of wood for tho premises, Hluaicd so near
the Milage of Bellows Falls a village growing
iiiorornpldlylhan any place within the state,
nud Willi its it n 1 1 in 1 1 1 1 1 water power, which 1.
last being Improved, must continue tn Increase
In a still larger proiiortlon In the future makes
11 the most desirable farm In these parts, l'os.
session given Immediately, except tho mill
yard, and that lu one ear. Inquire, of thesuli
scilbers on the premises; or Joseph Wilson,
llrm of J. Wilson k Co., near the di'isil ; or wil
der Hopkins, nl West RukuI, Vt,
WILDER A; HOPKINS.
Bellows Fulls, May I, is;:;. myl-dtf
GEORGE C. NEWMAN,
It E A L EST AT j; II I! O K E It .
I'Ol'I.TN E V, VI'.
lilllco: Du'i hy's Block, lid Floor Front.
First class Ullage and farm propcily tor sale
anil to let. Money to loan on units, Mortgages,
life iKillcles and oilier approved securities,
ITER CREEK FAR.M FOR SALE!
In North Clarendon, Vt., three, miles wmlhof
Rutland depot, on Die road lending tn .Man
chester. A RARE CHANCE
(or an cntciprlslngfaniicr. Said faun contains
neatly lliree hundred neres, suitably dlilded
Into meadow laud, p.istuio and tlllago land. Ik
In a good slate of culllvatnu, with never falling
water at house and barns, u Rung stream run
nlng through the entire length of the f.trin,
bounded on (ho west by otter creek, within
cme.fourtli mllo ot n cheeso tnctory, and one
half mile of postonice. Forty cows nnd a team
can bo kept summer mid w Inter.
A iiorllou of the purchase money mm remain
under u mortgage.
For fuitlier lulormalloii Inquire of John W.
Craiuton, proprietor of tho Bardwell House,
Rutland, Vt., or M. B. Brown, on the premises,
((arm o( late Walter ilosso nugldldnsw
-PASTURE LAND IN P1TTSFORD
X For Halo or rent, one hundred nnd twenty
III o acres ot nun r.xn i inn. innu loeuieii one iiun
one-half miles from Plltsfnrd Village. Addruss
or call on E. P. HITCHCOCK, under National
Baukodlutliiud, Holland. VI. MaylK
Faded Garments nnd Carriage linings cleaned
nnd Colored by n new chemical process so that
you can hardly dlsdlsttngulsh them from new.
Scouring and pmsslng light sulW neatly iixc
cuted. Persons haling any inch Jobs they wish
to havo done, will pleasn cull at my Dye House,
Washington street, opjiosllfl Town Hall,
All goods sent by Express promptly dono and
returned, All work guaranlc
ooli-s, tationcvy, dt.
JJOOKS, STATIONERY AC,
t SPAULDINO t CO.
llave n large stock of Books consisting of
j . FAMILY BIBLES,
'. Of dtficrcnt;slrcs and styles,
Po'cfcet Bibles and Testaments, largo and small.
ITayer looks, Hvmn Hooks, Devotional
Books, and nil the popular books
! -T Of t hi. flnv rnnnti.Ki no enn..
i ml as nublisliert.
BOOKS AND TOY BOOKS,
.O.jiieC tliirkgainmon Boards, (hosaiii checker
ul .mvii. Sr.
V? AMERICAN STATIONERY,
.of (ho latest styles, plain and tlnle.l.
jlSITMI. STIMI'ISO HOST TO OlItlKK.
JiiTcs in Black, Violet, Blue and Carmine.
rCn viViIiii,1?n,,,,,'p,n.''u''' slatpa- I'ock''t h !
Ti. i".",0,1?; 'f lllos I'orte-inonnaies, Brack- i
P". Hall l'OCketS. Towel Unci-. ullnr. i
lJHi"aHCT,J 'f.L,lsffl Hasle's Hook
Slides ahd MieU es, .fewcl Stands !
niidlioxes In Cutved Wood, i
, Mnlnh Safes, Writing i
I'nhi nun ork
Matetiuls fw W,,xFloweis,(ilassi.liiiiles, Vases,
i liVi-V.""-'""'' . nroii70 Groups
' , " '"'"Pf""'"! views,I'hotographs
tt, I.Hhogriiplis, .steel Engia rings
( PHOTOGRAPH I'RAMLS,
Fran ,U,V:, Z'. 1,V;;VI: iv: AH kliidsof Plcturo
., , , .iiiii 111 , ilr iimhi if'.
N i: W s H j; p o T .
. IMIIy mid Weekly l'.niei-s Miimtii.,i
ilI5!il'i"l.w",.lll,!8'.Kno,,s 1,1 ""' 1I1' I" call
did o.tainlii our stock licfore purchasing.
' SPAULDINO A; CO.,
1. Jli:i:raiNn' Row, Ill'TLVMi
rutin -i.A-.... ....... ... .
'jwn. i-,.i;i.i,Mim DIARY FOR 1H74
jri.niif: r:i ;; aom-Axr,
General Wlmlesnle Agents tor
CLINTON COII.N'llhS, N. .
by thcTrndo give to the Excelsior Diary III" I
pii'lerenee over nil others.
Int. It Is piloted on line lose tint p,ter.
2d. The name quality of paper Is Used tluotigli
tlio entire Hue, ghlng Just as good paper In a
clitap book ns In n high priced one.
3d. H Is Hie best implied lllaiy In tile
"' gl i':.MIllfeieiil stjleslo select '.
Mb. Quite a number of tin
best selling put
I terns are made by no other house
I iltli. The locket-bonk sty les are nil arranged
Insult tho business man.
tlh. Retailers want a Hl.irj that Is neat, at
I irartli and saleable.
I stii. You mil find fewer id them among Hie
old Muck 'of dealers, as they sell belter than
any other Diary.
1Mb. The sale of Hie Excelsior has I net eased
more than wo per cent, in the last four years,
which (net shows that Hie retailer appreciates
loth. We glin nttrjclhchhow caidsaiul jmst
ers. and plenty of them.
llth. They cost no more, und no less, than
other Diaries all llsis nud discounts being
I2lh. The Excelsior Is the best lelulllng
Diary ollered to the trade.
We Intend to lilt all dealers lu Diaries early
In the season. If there are any, however, that
we do not reach, we shall bo pleased to send
lhcin,oii application, aline of samples to ex
amine In comparison with other goods.
Early unlets arc always tilled complete, while
late orders, arc apt to llnd the nssortmetl
broken, and frequently the best selllngsljles
used up. It Isngoodpluntoputlnorderseurly
"s pay-day comes no sooner than with late or
ders. Wocan delitergiKiilsiiny tiine arterlsl
ss'hd lu your orders lor the Excelsior e.iilv to
Tin: GI.OHE PAPER CO.,
BLANK HOOKS Am a specially mIUi
Us. We hale eu'iylhlng 111 Ibis line. We
have one ot tho best (if not the best) npisilutcd
Blank Bookiminuractortcsln tho stale. Kiery
thing Is new- and In good shape, und we halo a
man In charge of It who understands tho busi
ness lu all Its details.' Wu hale a stock of llrst
class ledger papers, and Inilto banks, mauulac
lurlng companies, Ac, tn examine our stock and
prices. GLOBE PAPER CO.
rp.VGH. Wc ulTcr Pcimlson's Jlcrdian
1 disc and shipping Tags lo Stationers and
I'llntcrsnl Henulsiin's low es' prices. Send us
nu order and satisfy joursclics.
GLOBE PAPER CO.
PRINTING. -Anylliliu; fium liCimltii
1. ii Hook, neatly and promptly executed.
Wo Inn e as good IiicIIIHchiis any other estah
llshmenl lu the state. It you need any thing In
this Hue, gle us u trial. Satisfaction guaran
teed. GLOBE PAPER CO
NCII.S.- Dixon's RouiuIGllt Pencils
mo as L'ood ns Vabcr's Round Gilt. somo
suy bctu r, It no better, they tlescriofavorlroni
being an Amerlcaii Pencil nt lower nrlces.
They nro inado hy tho Jaseph Dixon Crucible
Co., Jersey city, N. J and we offer them to the
triulo at their net prices. Try them,
GLOBE P.U'KK CO.
OUR STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
comprises n full line of staple goods,
llibt-chiss paiicrs, (olded and tint, i tiled and
plain, nil weights and sizes. Kntulopcs of all
grades nud colors, drug, pay, note, letter, oill
clal nnd document, nil tlrsl-class goods and
pi Ices lmv, order u sample, lot.
OLOlli: PAPER CO.
riMIE RUTLAND DAILY AND
X WEEKLY GLOBE, contains all (he latest
new s, Including tho telegrams of (he associated
press, local correspondence, stalo news, Ac,
No expense spared In the editorial department.
Advertising rates low, especially for short ad
icrtlsements. The papers are. larger nnd con
lain morn reading matter than uny other In the
state. GLOBE I'APKR CO
Merchants using minted winiuitng will do
well to consult, us before ordering, us wu make
as low figures ns New York or Boston Houses,
and give. bettor accommodations In assorting
lots, while a great saving can bo tnado on
f 'Sight. GLOBE PATER CO,
iiotcts nntt fining oomfi.
Jg A I! D W K fTT.lT o7rs"rrl
r. II'. CIAMTOX, Prnpri-tor.
tt.Pt1".1-1' ,J lOUSi: H located opposite
iili 1,,.nnd lms ?n Ka favorably Iknown
f,,ir.'".,'"",r U!"""'' " been recentlv
Improved, now affording tho best and most
nmnlc accommodation to guests.
i'i JhJ'M1!' I,e Hupplled with all the
tp tho comfort of Its patrons.
ten Is to make It n lli-st-class House-arrordlng
all the comforts of a home to the traveler. The
public patronage is solicited.
A GOOD LIVERY In rohhect Ion with the
Attentive PORTERS will li lmin,l nt l,oTin.
iwt on the an lalof all trains.
Q E N T II A I. II 0 V S iT.
LADIKS AND OENTS'
DININO ItOOMft AND UKSTAL'ItANT.
Hood rooms lih new fumlluii'.
nbM ra'tes!' "" m ,n0",h' 1,1 "':,s""-
It will be coiidueteil on the "European Plan,"
nnd ciery effort made to s'curethn eomfnrt and
patronage of the public.
iiotiM rot: mkai.s.
Ilraikfiisl from (U to lo o'clock.
Dinner " 11 t() ;; u
Supper " .-, to s "
iVoiii 8 lii 10 n. pi., ami :i to li p. m.
JAICE DUNMORE IIOUSK,
E P. HITCHCOCK, Piti.pi!
J. W. PORTER. MixiiiRii.
'lldsweli known andpoimlar Hotel, situated
on tho shores ot Ijike Duinnoie. has been ie
cently.put In Ihoinugh repair. Several new
Cottages bae lieun built and newly furnished,
and 111 bo oiwned .lime 1st, lor the reception of
hoarders anil tourists. , iuiiS2sdlf
by 10:4f:iw7ri77rAfn.Va N. Y. A Harlem rallroadl
PaMser.gt rs by Hudson river steamers, leaving
1 New Yoik nt 0 p. m.. connect at Troy with 8 a.
m. train, arrlilngat Manchester nt a. in.
i A train leaves Troy nt b p. in. arrli lug nt -Manchester
at T,' p. m.
Trains leaie Rutland for Manchester at :i a.
i m., 9:30 n. in. and than p. in. on Sundays at 7:30
a. m. Addies
.lynid F. II. ORVI.-'.
7NOCI1 MORGAN'S SONS'
1' O I. 1 O
Is n substitute tor soap for all Household pur-lisi.-,
except washing clothes.
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r,., le.inh.u-vmir lliuise Hill s:ne Hie labor of
one cleaner. '(Hie it a trial
S A P O L I O
for Windows Is better than Whiting or Waler.
No rernoi Ing curtains and carpels.
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cleans Paint and Wood, lu fact Hie entire house
better than Soap. No Mopping. Saves lalmr.
You can't afford to be without II.
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for Scouring Knives Is better
Hath Brick. U id not scratch.
and cleaner than
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Is heller than Soap and Sand for polishing Tin
I ware, llilglileus without scratching.
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Polishes Brass and Copper utensils belter Hum
Acid or OH nnd Rotten Stone.
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for Washing Dishes and Glassware N Invalu
able. Cheaier than Soap,
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leuimes sialns from Marble Maulles. Tables
and Statuary, Horn llanlllnl-lnd Walls, and
I linn China and I'oii'elalu.
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lliim Cupels anil
remoies stains and Grease
other woieti fabric.
There is no one article known that will do so
many l.ludsof woik, and do 11 as well, ass.i
polio. Trv It.
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a new nud woiidiniiilly effecllie
Toilet boa ii, bin Ing no equal lu Ibis
country or abroad.
HAND S A P O I, I 0
as a n art icle lor the Rath,"i caches
the foundation " of all dirt, opens
the jiotes and glses it lienlthv ac
tion and brilliant Hut to the skin.
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Cleanses nud lleautllles the Skin,
Instantly rcinoilng uny stain or
blemish troiu belli hands and lace.
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Is without a rival In the world lor
curing or prcicntlng roughness
and chapping of either hands or
S A P O 1. I O
rcinoics Tur, Pilch. Iron or Ink
stains nnd Grease; (or wotkers In
Machine Shops, Mines, Ac., Is In
valuable. For making the Skin
White and So((, and giving lo It a
"blcsmi o bcuuly," It Is unsur
passed by any cosmetic, known,
S A P 0 I. I O
costs 10 to It, cents er cako, and
evenlKKlv should nine It. You
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THESE WOODS.
Buy Hot jour merchant If ho lias It or will
urocuru It for you. It not, tlieu wrlto for our
Pamphlet, "All nlsiiit Supollo," and It will Ik
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS,
uugid&ivam 20 I'ark Place, New York,
TVT I H S
E M M
A A. L E E,
sr., New York.
No. 100 Wkst
Miss Luc Is spending luo summer luVTnioiit,
and will recolvo orders, correspond, or oopult
w ththoso desiring Fliotogranhs. 1-oroolnln, and
IvoFytypes, palnt?d In oil w:M'li
Jtuttimd aily 61obc.
SATUItDAY, AUGUST 80. 1873.
Work mill Willi.
nh1".,!mm,,m0,n.'.V,'ll m;"' J'Mll
Had ploughed hi fields and sown Ids leors.
Grew weary with his doubts and reari
u-m!1,1'! ?nln.' Thc,i0 ook', and sands
U III Meld tin harvest to my hands ;
The best seeds rot In barren lands.
"My drooping vino Is withering;
No promised grapes lis blossoms bring :
No birds timong Its branches sing.
"My Hock Is dying on the plain,
lhelieaiensarobrass-the..vyleld ho ran,.
The enith Is Iron-I loll In vain."
Wlillo y et .h spake n liienth had stirred
Ills drooping line, llkowlngof bird,
And from its leaies a voice lie heard ;
"The germs and fruits of life must be
Forever hid In inyMory ;
et none can toll In mm for inc.
"A mightier hand, moie skilled than thine
Must hang the clusters on tie line
And make the fields and harvest shine.
".Men can but work j God can create
But they who work, nnd watch, nnd wait.
Have their reward, though It coino laic.
"Look up to Heal en 1 behold nnd hear
1 ho clouds anil tiiunderlngs In thvear
An answer to thy doubts and rear."
He looked, nnd lol a cloud-draped , nr,
VI Ith trailing smoko and names afar.
Wasritshlngfromn distant star.
And eiery thirsty tlock und plain
Was Using up to meet the ruin
That came lo clothe the tlelils with giabi.
And on the clouds he saw again
The covenant of God with Ineii,
Rewritten ii lth his rainbow pen:
"heed lime and harvest, shall not fall.
And though the gates of hell assail.
Mv truth and promise shall preiall
llClHIOIIl)' is M l'llllh.
it tlcnr little girl." nl,
bonicrs, "practical and full (,f
sense, anJ will make some nun
true wife. She'll keep liis house tiilv, and
imrso ami care for liiiu iiml Ids cbildini,
tcmlerl)' nnil faithfully, but us for svinna
tliizing with hia higlicr Intellectual neeiU, of
that she is incapable. She's like hosts of
others, pretty, gentle anil loving, but nun.
"Such women wear well." lenliiil U
fricnil Joint Hilton, "ami usually blossom
into hopeful ami contcnteil w ives iiml niotli
ers. They seem meant for every ilay tto
and living, not for show or ornaincnt."
"bhall 1 introdiicoyou.'' nnd Murk siuil
cil inlschiovously. "Kalhio anil I nro the
host of frieiuls, but not lovers in niiv sense
of the word. SlieM be even more "loth to
take mo for a husband than I her for a
lie tried to hulieiu what hu said, hut Lis
conscience gave him a little twinge when he
remembered certain sly looks and Mushes
John Hilton ".lanced at .i little llguro in
wldtu on the opposite side of the mum, and
to his friend's surprise nodded assent.
'I should he glad to know her" lie said
It was :i very select cuinpany assembled
in Mrs. Vane's parlor, and Kalhiu Lyon did
look a liltlu plain ami insignificant when
ty. and this was the llrst large parly she
lind over attended. She was a fair, sweet,
wholesome girl, with shiny hair and blue
eyes, hut hardly appeared at her best that
night, owing lo shynes and embarrass
ment. Mntk Somen w.ts her brother's dearest
friend, and she hud thus conic to know him
intimately. Ho had found her fresh, guile
less nature and womanly ways specially at
tractive, and though she was quite iHUercnt
from the woman ho meant to marry, a
friendship had sprung up between tho two
that mie.hteay havo ripened into n warmer
feeling. That it was doing so unconscious
ly neither of them realized until that night,
a'nd Entitle even then caught hut n faint
glimpse of the truth hy tho pang she felt at
Mark's neglect. Hut ns for him, he felt
that he was becoming seriously attached to
her, and that he must break oil the intimacy
at onco or it would he too late both for her
pence and his own. He meant tohotruu
and honorable and though Kathie could not
mako Mm such a wfo as lie desired, her
welfare lay near his heart.
John Hilton thought the eyes vety sweet
that were lifted to him in acknowledgement
of Murk's introduction, and was either so
engrossed by them, or their owner's shy at
tempts at convcrsati.nl, became, oblivious
to everything else the rest of the evening.
Mark watched him, n little jealously nt
first, hut was soon consoled by .Mrs. Vane,
who whispered In his ear:
"Miss ltcevcs is in thu library, and has
expressed a wlh lo know you. Isn't that a
Ho knew Miss Reeves hy reputation as a
brilliant society belle i hu sang pathetic
songs of her own composition, w.otc poetry
occasionally for the magazines, nnd even
dabbled III art, as well as music and litera
ture. She was beautiful too, dark-haired
and queenly-looking, with great deal ot
dignity and sclf-posses-loii- Re had admired
her Irom a distance, and had begged Mrs.
Vune for nu Introduction. Rut that lady
had been mi taken up with her duty as
hostess that she had not found an opportu
nity to grant his request until now.
Miss lieeies was sitting in alow chair
under the gatllght, looking uvcr some en
grai lugs, w hen they entered the library.
She raised her eves slowly ut their ap
proach, in if unwilling to be interrupted,
but Mrs. Vnuo had no nioncr mentioned
Mr. Solders' name than sho held out her
hand with a, most oieliaiiling sinilu
'.You are not quite such u stranger
you Ihink," sho said archly s "I know you
by reputation, if not hy sight. Yoitv Utile
cousin Lucy was my especial protege at
school, and used to tell wonderful talcs of
vour achievements. Nut that I helieicd them
iit all," and she laughed sotlly ; "hut 1 con
fess to a little curiosity regarding lier hero."
"Lucy was equally oUraiag.int lu her
nruisos of vnu." he replied in a mucking
bow; "or at least I thuught so then, hut
am ready to acknowledge now that she did
her subject no mure than justice."
"A neatly turned phrase?" said Mrs.
Vane, mischievously. "Alter that I can
safely loin o you lu the lender mercies nf
Claudia," and" she was gone before cither
could rcuionsti.ilc. Miss liccics Hushed
riisilv, and began to talk of the engravings
she 'had been examining. Prom tho dis
cussion of art and pictures they wandered
to hooks and music, nud an hour had llowu
hy unheeded, when their ho-tess again put
her head insldo tho door.
"You two had lietlor einetgc from seclu
sion." she said, "or there'll be a paragraph
headed 'Mysterious Disappearance !' going
the rounds of tho papers lo-uiorrow morn
ing. I am besieged by hosts of anxious en
quirers, and shall havo to capitulate soon."
jllark laughed, hut Miss lteuvcs hit her
Hp as vexed i n faint gleam of exultation lit
up her fuco though, when ho whispered
('Pardon me, that I forgot uierylhlngelso
in listening to you. It is seldom that I
meet ouu w hose tastes and sympathies liar
monlzo with my own,"
('Or I either," she answered u.lilllo sad
ly. "Congeniality js rarely' found hi lld
Mark felt his heart beat faster nt theso
ivordi'. The woman bosldo him win gillcd
und beautiful, and greatly admired, and t
Wined Ws vanity thai ho had impressed
Tic- favorably. Nor xva' sho wanting in
lb able qualities.' Her eyes. could bu'dans
go -ously soft and alluiing at times, and shu
knew just when to drop them shyly, and
PJIIOE TIIKEE CENTS.
how in mo u'ato Iter voice nnd make it low
and tender, and wits trained In nil the nrt
that fascinate men. hlio had tried th. n
successfully with 'Mark, nnd they had n t
failed of their duo cfTcet,
There was n brief pause, and then -!
said gently i
"It we stay hero there will ho another c,
vaslon i shall wo join the others ?"
He offered her his arm in silence, und
they passed out into tho hall. Kntlilo Lyon,
standing nt tho foot of tho Mnlremo with
John Illllnn, saw the liro together, nnd
turned to licr friend with n Ircmuloti
smde. "Who is that lovelv il.ir!.-.t,nlr,..t
with Mntk?' she usketi, nnd tiled to mnk'e
her voice steady, but It quivered n little.
'Miss Reeves," lie nnswercd j "you mini
have heard of her. She is u very thorough
woman of the world, but tins the Iirn.it to
hide it tinder n great deal of lino talk and
sentiment. She has cultivated grace oi
mind rather than thoo of thu heart, and
the only crop brought forth bv the latter is
one of selfishness "
Kathie looked invstlfh d, and was Incline,!
lo think that Mr. Hilton judged the ln.lv
somewhat harshly. lint she did not care to
pursue the hope further, or analvzo tin
painful feeling of tho heart. Shu was n
brave, modest girl, nnd wb.m .t. ..
j stood that Mark had regarded her slmpiv
I as n friend, she put aside whatever thought
sho might have cherished, und would not
acknowledge now to herself that tlu v h id
Mrs. Vane's party wir fruitful of result,
for not only Miss Reeves, but Kathie lit r
self had won a husband thereby. John
Hilton did not think the frank, true-hearted
girl, who welcomed him wiili such bright
eyes, and was so practical and efficient in
every iclatiuii of life, sn "commonplace i"
or nt least if lie did, he thanked heaven
that a few such commonplace women still
existed to brighten nnd purify tin lives ot
brother, nnd fathers nnd husbands. Anil
perhaps it was because lie did not posses
tho" "higher intellectual needs" spok -n nl
by Mark S ers Mint ho never missed her
sympathy therewith, for whenever ho la k
cd, whether of fields, or (lowers or birds,
or books, or business, lie nlwavs found her
it genial and appreciative listener.
It is trim they did not rail nt the world
and their fellow-beings as Mark and Mis
Reeves were in the habit of doing, or fancy
that mortals were never before created will,
such sensitive and finely attuned organiza
tion as theirs. JJut thev wcro very happv
for allth.it, - ml John Hilton thought it tin
proudest moment in Ms life wlien Kathie
shyly owned her love, nnd confessed tha
no was nearer to licr than "all the world "
Mark's wooing was somewhat different
l'or Claudia Reeves, with nil her roniano
and sentiment, looked nt love in a tar more
p.actical light than our littlo Kathie, nnd
legarded rather the eligibility of the suitor
than her ow n feelings. Marl: possessed a
comfortable income, hut was not rich, and
this w as the reason she kept him vacillating
so long between hope and fear, nlternatclv
inviting and repelling Ms ndvanccs. Hut
Claudia was nearly twenty-five, and was de
pending on an Aunt whom she detested,
and Mark was handsome and had elegant
manners, and n the ialc turned in liN fa
vor. The two weddings were ns unlike as po
siblc. Ono was quiet and unpretending,
the other nil show and glitter, liolh cou
ples went to housekeepl ig lit once, hit '
under Kathic's. l'or whilu' Kaihie con
sulted comfort, and was chiefly anxious tr,
please her husband, Claudia sucritlc. d ease
lo liixuty, and sought the world's approval
rather than Mark's.
A year went by, and to each household
came a little stranger. Cl.iudiihad hut a
cold welcome ready. "Children are such
a nuisance," she said to Mark. "I nlways
detest them. Of course I shall feel diirer
ently toward my own. but as for making
such saciiflce for them ns some mothers d
I never could."
The two families were on visiting tcrm
nnd Mark Soineis, loyal husband ns In
strove to be, could not help contrasting
Kathic's cheerful content with his wife's
ill-humor and .lisiitlsl'aition, for when it
was too late, Claudia bei:an to think her
marriage a fatal mistake, nud that sheniigli.
have done better if "lie h.id waited longer
SI o was not wi-o enough to keep I cr dis
appointment to lur-olf, but let it be seen
in numberless ways,
"You had no right to marry on such a
beggarly income," she said bitterly, when
Mark reproached her for some extrava
gance. "Of all evils poverty is the worst."
"My circumstances were kunwu to yon,"
lie replied with dignity, but an angry llush
dyed his checks. "Pardon me though, if
I think the word beggarly hardly nnplica-
hle to an income of live thousand dollars a
year. John Hilton has but little over half
(if that, and ycttlicy manage to live, nnd lis
far as I can sec, as comfortable or more so,
than wo "
'Oh, Mrs. Ilildiu is a famous housekeep
er, and I havu no talent for any tiling like
that. She's eomplctily wrapped tip in her
husband and baby, nnd very soldom sn
into society, 1 could not live such a life ot
"Hut home duties ought lo claim :i sliar.
of your attention. Claudia, I m a litt e
tired of ball and parties, nnd operas mid
tliis constant gaycty and excitement. Th
cost Is more than wc can nir.ird."
"We may as well understand each utln .
tlrt ns last," she iiiiswcicd coldly. "I wa
ne! er intended fur a household drudge and
don't intend to sink into one. Ilccnuso you
arc growing humdrum and cnmmonplaci .
it is no reason I should,"
"Ccilainly not." and he sndhd s.ircusti
cully. "Sacrifice what you will to society
I cannot prcicnt ii ; hut upon one thing 1
shall insist, and 1 tint i., that you do nut r in
into debt any more."
'I hale economy, and In be always think
ing of ways and means," she said pettishly
"You uuglit to linio man led a woman HI,
Mrs. Hilton. She's just petty mind, d
enough to delight in such things.
Mark Sinners looked nt Ms tvlfr n I it tit
critically. Mto had on a soiled wrapper,
her liair was uncombed, and her whole ap
pearance sloicnly in the extreme. She
Kept her tine raiment as she did her wit
iiml grace and coiucrsational talonts (or
(ho world and thought it would be a waste
of materials to use either at home. Ah '
this was the woman whose delicate sensi
bilities he had raised so high above Kathie
He could hot help thinking of It now, and
recalling a picture he had eui that morn
ing on the way to the olllee Mrs. Hilton
lumping with her baby, her checks nl!
abloom, her eyes brimming m cr u lib laugh
tcr, and as daintily dresic.l as if Cora puny.
Claudia would have sneered nl the ruffled
wldtu apron and bluc-sprlgged calico, bin
yiaru thought "' prcu.est isiu m
in the world.
John Hilton was very fond of his wit. .
und homo and baby, lie felt a sort of pity
fur Mark, who had chucn so iinu Isely, and
frequently, invited the latter to his mine.
Kathie was a genial littlo hostess, and Mark
to his surprise found her well in
formed on tho topics of tho day. It is
true s!u could neither sing, nor w rite, nor
paint like Claudia, but tnnrriago had en
liehc.l and amplified her nature, nnd given
licr a deeper Insight into tho world and feel
ing. Mark remembered Ihat he had once
culled her com.uionpl.ico and somehow the
word began to have a new meaning for 1.1m
"How happy you two nro!" ho said to
John. ono. night with a nigh. Kathie had
gone upstairs to put her Illllo ouu to bed. a
task seldohi entrusted to tho nurse. "Such
harmony Is rarely teen.1''
"It is all Kathic's doings," answered John
"fur she. knows just when nipl wbcro to nil
(Cunrfuiftil Inioi.rfi JVig,