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THE RUTLAND J)A1LY GLOBE, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 80, 1873.
the domestic wheels, no that they never jar
or creak. A woman's tact 1 something
wonderful." ,, .
'Tlion you never disagree-never have
(i much ns a ghost of n quarrel!" And
Mark looked nt lils friend cur.oualy. Ills
P.ne was a jesting one, hut not M the
feeling that prompted the Inquiry.
"Wcnreno more than human' John
uswered. smiling, "and of course do not
think exactly alike on every point. I re
.pect Kiithle the more that die has n cer
tain kind of Individuality of her own. and
does not reflect nil my likes and dislike?,
niv iirofrrenccs and tirclndiccs. Hut her
opinion Is often corrective of mine.
Hut If her views of life were win low
and hcnrtlcs, nnd fiho persisted in follow
mg a course vou disapproved, what would
im do then'1'
Mm hesitated befoie replying, lie moru
i hail half suspected that Mntk referred to
( 'laudln, and had u dislike of anything tint
-("ined llkelnlcrfeicnce lictvvreii man anil
" -V should lenson with her," ho said ilnal.
Iv , "trv to make lirr understand the wronir
mo was dolus Loth. If that failed. If
nothing I said affected her, I could only
make the best out of .what happiness was
!. ft to me. icmemberliiK that I had chosen
itli niv eyes wide open, and that It was
iy own fault If 1 Ii.ul mistaken her e'l.irac.
!...: v. nicril tl llllteat this ulnlii speak-
i .. and inlc.id of piesslns the topic, said
' ''I'li'io is mie question 1 would like to'
i , miii. nnd I hope you will not think it I
ni.peiiini'iit. Ilnwislt that yon live so
i ..nil. il l ilile on vonr small salary?" ,
Inliii opened Ids eves a cry wide and sol
ml Untitle, who had jnt then entered the
. linn. ;
tii:t1 1 : " echoed she hi amaemcnt s
i'li it Ullnce thousand dollars a year, I
,n I wi n-i'd to lay aside one-third ol it he-1
' -i l.'il. eniiie."" .
"lit 'llicic arc those who think the I
in i-1. i,l llltlc hi tler than lioggarly." s.ild j
Mi.'. -I'r.iv let me into the secret of j
,,ur management. Mi'. Hilton. 1 sec no
v nil. n . of poverty, heie." and lie glanced
i'. hi, i I the little 'fitting-room, with Its.
i- ,'i iiindshini-iiiideoyiiit'of comfort,
I'l.mrlv. "Cheap and tawdry," were:
i ,,ii'. Claudia would have applied to it. I
, ii. isiimr ii wltli her own room-: hut i
M il,, ieiiicnilK'1'cd their desolation, nnd the
-i ili.it lav thicli in cornel's, nnd Ihimght
in ii iln- vv.'is mine cheerful and pleasant
it .tine l.iuitheil gncnuiy.
ii hi. iiIv knew what a time I had
inr i . t r ''nrgahn when we .-tailed
.i - 'Mfpiiiu. sue Mm. "anil in mini n
il slide of Mlipil.-e I kept John. I
.. tniv lii tie Miiuct i nir new cvii.v
,n I he Dually lieg.m to look around
1 1. 1 iviimlcrttil purchase n soon ns
n i in
ii mi iiii'ur. Every article in ails mom
.. i- a iii-lory inoie or less runianlir.
Uulhi. was wry foiluunte in her raid
ipnti funilliue dealeis anil carpel stores."
iid'.liilin, with a look low ai d her. half
, iiilei and half iiiscliieou-.
- --lit is a wise little housekeeper, and
iinws how to huslianil her icsonrces."
KathlcV cheek tlu-hcd. for .lohnV npiuov-
1 w as as dear to her now as when thev
Aciellfst uiairied. Something In Marks
1 1 ii . though, made her think of Clam'.ia.
nt Mie turned the conversation to other
Mark liumil his wife at home when lie
ii turned that night. She had heen absent
,n a !slt. nnd they had not seen each other
or a month. Site was as indifferent as
.isital. and insliad of lmpi'iiing after his
ivelt'.iic. or that of their child, she began
i talk of their social tilumphs.
"There wcie scvenil famous people nt
Mis. 11,'s," she said, "men anil women
both: hut 1 held my own among them,
and wa as mueli adu'iired as any one. A
nui-iclaii from lloslon was enchanted with
lh.it little song of mine, 'The Sliicken
Heart.' mid bi'irgcd that 1 would have It
published. Then we had private theatri
cals one night, and 1 wrote n drama, and
ictcd the principal pait myself, and crea
ledsiieli a sensation that all the other wo
men w cio jealous. Mis. I! deckiicd tliat
we ought to live In the ciiy, where niv
talents would be nppieeiated', and Unit tt
w mild be a shame for me to bury myself
up in this counliy town."
'You me greatly commiserated," said
Mails, sarcastically, 'especially ns the (own
has lll'lv thousand' Inhabitantsand you sc.
rlude yourself so closely at home." '
'It's a trial to be cramped ns I am," she
continued w ithout noticing his Interruption,
"and 1 wish you had a little more energy
and ambition. Theie is no reason why
you should not make money as well as any
oilier man, and peihaps you might in n
wide sphcic of action like New York.
Then as Mrs. I!, says, one ought to think
of the social advantages and 'opportunities
lorcultuieto be found there. The fact
I'." and she looked at him critically, "we
me liolli deteriorating Here, you even
worse than I." i
Mail; had indeed, grown somewhat care-
less oi his appearance, and was looking i
worn, anil altogether pies rtited quite n con- J
trust to the man she had married. That
the i haugo was her work she never suspee. j
ted, but ascribed It rather to his low tastes I
mid pursuits; for it was herself and not be, I
lh.it she considered the victim of the 111. I
"Claudia." said Maik. kindle, eonlroll. I
lug liis Indignation, "I should like an lion,
est talk wilh you. No woman has a right
to Ignoii' the claims of a husband lind
child, and gie the best of herself
to the wonl. Yet this Is what
you do. Even if, you hint,
I have fallen below your expectations, the
bond that unites in ought to ho respected,
llelieve me, these dissensions Hint embitter
our lives are worse than useless. Let us
avoid them for the future, and try to con
form ourselves one to another, both for our
akes and that of oar child."
"You are really eloquent," said Claudia,
with a sneer; "hut for my part I bate pre
tense, and why should we simulate at attach
ment we don't feel? Oar marriage was a
mistake, for no two persons were ever
more uncongenial than you and I."
'Vet vou thought different nice, or at
I -ast said so,"
"I was deceived," she answered coldly,
Vou appeared to have Intellectual aspira- ,
lion then, and a taste, fur music, and pie- 1
tun -, and sickly, and beautiful surround
ings, and we so unlike ns possible to wli.it !
nil are now." i
N it mi," be replied ! "I liaveiint changed I
in am i i peet; I enjoy honks, and pictures, I
and iiuisle, and entertaining conversation, 1
and beautiful surrounding, as well as ever, I
but do not think them the only tilings worth
living for, to which every thing olio might 1
l i be sacrificed." ' !
Claiiilin yawned sleepily.
"We shall never agree'," she said, "If we
lalk all night. The best way is In Interfere
with each other as little as 'possible. You
i light not to complain, certainly. It is the
wife rather than the husband that fullers
mod from unequal marriage,"
Mark left the room In silence. He had
done what he could, but In rain; his homo
could never be mure to him than it was
There was not even any capabilities in
Claudia fur better things. Slio was utterly
false, and shallow, and selfish. Yet, hav
ing chosen, he manfully resolved to make
thn best of it, and not shrink tlio responsi
bility of Ids own net, Ho had been nttracted
by shallow show rather than solid worth
had cast asiilo gold for base imitation. Hut
thn fault was Ids, and must pay the penalty.
Xow, when it was too Into, ho had realized
his mistake, and remember Kathle nnd all
showas to her husband, tho word common
place had for him thenceforward n new,
and sweet, nnd tender signification.
tELEItY PLANTS From Peter Hcndcr
J son rendv on and alter Juno wth. Send in
your orders. Cabhaite plants ror Into crop by
the hundred or thousand; nlso, (ireen reaH
ready about July 1st. Flower plants, among
which Is tin, celebrated AmarnnthaH Salstrollus
or fountain Plant, constantly on hand. Bou
quets, wreaths &c., made to order.
Near Fair Grounds.
rpWENTY DOLLARS REWARD
Will bo paid tor the
DETECTION, AltllEST AND CONVICTION
of l!l9 veraon or persona who, wantonly nnd
maliciously, mutUiAed tho stone, erected i to thS
mUhlMe!!yCUIla," iUo Cath0" c"mtiry
ausSmtr ' DANIEL CKONAN.
(Clothing & lurnisbtofl (Bonds.
ATES HOUSE CORNER.
C L 0 T H I X 0.
UENTS' FUHNISHINU GOODS,
HATH AX I) CAPS
I'Oll Tltn NEXT I" DAS
to make room Mr
v a l l GOODS.
MASON A JEltKOWSKl
REDUCTION IN PRICES.
(.' I. O T II I X (1
COsT ANtl LESS THAN COST,
T II I It T Y 1) A Y S
In m ise roniii tor
F A I. I. O o II lis,
A full line or
GENTS' ITRN1SIIINO GOODS.
A. . CUNNINGHAM.
No. t, Centkk Sr., Mppnslletlip Depot.
jBoots ami Uocis.
H O O T S
A X D
S 11 O E S I
All kinds or Summer flood n cost or less, to
make room hir a
t'AU. LINK! I
Now Is the time ut No. a togi't shod tor a
smnll nniount ot money.
Children nnd Misses
nt a low ilgure.
CAM. AND SKI! fOH YOIIKSKLF,
A lievv stoek or Blacksmith's Aprons just oitIvpiI
nl No. i Merchants' Ttow,
O. W. CtmitlKR.
It E A T
R E D V
C T I O X
Tho (treat excitement now prealllng In Kilt
land Is, where can a Man, Woman or Child get
the best HOOT OK SIIOII ror thn smallest
amount ot money.
Now, Citizens or Kutlnnd and vicinity, I claim,
mil do also state, that 1 can sell ou anything
usually kept 111 a llrst-class Hoot nnd Shoe store
as cheap, or even cheaper, than can be round
this side or lloslon or New York markets.
II'. N. Please call betoro purchnslng els,1
'where, nnd I think that you will be convinced
(berore leaving) that tho above slati'ment Is
inrreet. Yours respectfully,
W. E. KOSS.
No. 6, .Xlerehnnts' How, llutlnnd, VI.
.store;rornierl oecupled by French Harrows.
VXrANTED. Wholesale Purchasing
V t Agents for the Hnrtram Mewing Machine
made at Danbury, Conn. The latest nnd best.
The stillest, fastest and easiest loekBlltch, seir
settlng, straight needle mnehlue In the market.
Iietter terms than any company Address,
JOHN A. DOIXIK. rieneral Agent, Danbury, ft.
''ANTED. All men wishing to make
1 t money to send tor a pamphlet contain
Ing Instructions, Ac , which everjbody should
know. .1. c.TII.TON, I'lTTSBi-no. 1M.
y A N T E D
Two nellie and energetle
LIKE INSURANCE AGENTS
to solicit for one of the
oldest and tiest Life
IN Tills COCNTltV.
Commission or Salary will be paid as can
TUB I1KST TKIiRITOltV IS TI1K STA1K
i'iiii be seeured to responsible men.
Address, with re retrace,
BOX .t3, Itutland, 't.
Aug. t!l. 1T3.
WOOD CHOPPERS WANTED TO
T T cut fo cords or hard wood in Mendon.
. Apply lo (1KO. W. C'liAri.tN, Jk., MerchnntH'
O it S A I. E
A llrst-Class suifl! lire, nnd tillr'.lfir nrisnf rnm.
blued one or "HerrlnK's Patent Champion," In
w-rlect working order. Will be sold ror less
than Its real value. Apply nt tho Baxter Na
JVlMllt O. It. 110TTUM.
S A L E
The subscriber has u Cnndi- lilitiiiriitiiu enrn.
prising a complete outtlt lor luanufacturlng
candy, which ho will bell for less than one-lml
tho original cost. Also, one heavy Truck Wn
k'on, very cheap; and one pair or Doublo Work
(1EO. W. CHAPLIN, Jr.,
,, , Merchants' How.
Itutland. May u. mysedtr.
S A L E .
?ii'.L'?.li.'",.0".l!',,corn,'r'" and Washing
ton street wilh or without the two houses ad
joining. Also a desirable garden lot on the south end
MAIN H T It K K T ,
containing about mty choice fruit treets.
MKH. K. W. IIUNTOON.
Ehqulro of C. F. Huntoon, at
JUlVIBdtt tlAN"0N ""TOON'S.
JfOR SALE. " "
The subscriber offers for sale the
1IOU8K AND LOT, ii COTTAOF. RTHKKT,
Corner William Street.
House Is In eood repair, contains 13 rooms, g
and water above and below.. Location desirable.
Cellar always dry and well ventilated. Darn has
accommodations tor two horses, or horse, and
cow. uood barn cellar.
A portion o( the furniture wilt be sold with
tho house If dessred.
Possession given at any tune,
, . C II. FORBES.
Itutland, Juno d 1B73. dtt
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
Xo. 120 HnoAtiwAv, Xr.w Youk,
Has become the most popular Life Insurance
Coiupin In the world.
Asskts over . ...tso.owcoo
New business iliuliig tliejenr tsxinf tho Com
panted i epresen teil In Ituthind.
Mutual Lite n.t,K)7,7ir,
l'hieiiK Mutant: si,;si,;:u
Charter Oak I2,2jr,,r,i'1
Mnssaehiiseits .Mutual r,,n;,;wi
North Ataerlen j,r,i,4;r
iri. nvi-miv imiin ne iikkkiiknck:
.tnlin N. llnxter,
Ner. 1'. Wmons,
.Inlin A. Mend, M.U.,
Col, w.tt. Veni'y,
Joel M. Haven,
(fen. It. llotliiin,
Charles L. stliasnn
John W. Craialon
John A. Sheldon,
Nicholas L. Davis.
MASON k VACOIIN,
IH'ltNIIA.M A' TEMPLE.
We are Agents ror the
Fire Insurance Companies
following' tlrst class
Aetna Assets, tikMiVKM
Imperial " s.mKi.uiio
Home, N. Y " 4,rxi,oixi
Itoyal " 10,ikki,wi
Hartford " -j.uko.ooo
Insurance or No. America, I'hll.i. " :i,sw,uoo
Franklin " :i,400,ikio
1'henlx', N. Y 'J.oeo.oiiO
IMiienlx, Hailluiil " I.fiOO.uoo
Sprlnglleld " I.ihki.wio
National, ll.nlford " soo.ono
These are Hie best known ot all the companies
represented In Itutland, nnd since we have
represented them they Aatr itil vwre wnnry lo
the citizens or Kiilland anil vicinity ff.nn nil
vthtr cvntjtatlit Cfnttliinni.
This record proves their stability and their
willingness to pay all proper claims.
We confidently expect n continuance ot the
liberal patronage which these companies have
We also repiosent the Travelers Life anil Ac
cident Insurance Company. We give a better
and chenper policy than any other Life com
pany. Call and see.
1IUKNHAM A' TEMPLE.
, Opera House, Kuthinil, Vt.
tm'csi ami Sin Ware.
jyiNN & ORAMTOX,
Mnuiiractiirers ol all kinds i,
T I X W A RE.
anil dealers in
PLANISHED, IIIIITANNIA, JAPAN, 111.
AND WOODEN WATIES
nf every description.
llltllOMS, HlttlSHES AND BASKETS,
anil a general asva tment of
HOUSE IUIRN1SHING GOODS.
special facllllles for Jobbing all kinds of
TIN AND GLASS WAKE.
IfAll kinds of ihhtkk taken In excliango for
NO. 14 MKKCHANTS' HOW.
Itutland, Vt., May 1, 1ST3. inyldtf
E M O V
s, O. staley, of thn late llrm of staley A- I.lp-
I uucou, iius rcmoveu ins ousiness rrom ."so. ui
.'enter St., to No. 12 Merchants' How, where he
has formed a Copartnership with .Messrs. Dunn
At Cramton, under tho llrm name of s, O, staley
A Co, Hu will bo pleased to seo all or his old
customers, and ns many new ones as will ravor
nun wiin a can
G . ST A I. E Y & C O .
No. 12, Merchants' linw.
STOVES AND HOT AIR FURNACES.
The Stewart and Now American Cooking
Stoves, ror both wood and coal, constantly on
hand. Manufacturers nt nnd dealers In
.COPPKH. TIN AND SHEET IKON WAKE.
P L U 31 H I N (.
In all Its branchesV Bath Tubs, Water Closets
GasandWatei Piping, and Fittings or
TIN HOOFING AND JOBBING
Of all kinds promptly attended to. None but
Hkiurui una rename workmen employed,
ALL VIOUK WAMlAXTKli
aiviKviuEK, it noons south of tiir opkha iiocsk'
riMIE SUHSCRinER having achieved
X something or u reputation ai a
I In these fnlteil Hlntes ot North Aiusrlea, rc
turus thanks tor the
, t,y I ho whole people.
, .Making nrst-OhiM ork, my sper l.iilty I
would Invite, as tnnnyof ou wishing that kind
or work, to ' fciri a h.iiid" and help us hoo'dthc
'I lie noma Is newly le-tllled unit re-rundsheil,
ami )ou wlllllnil It iiiltepleiiHnid to whtleaway
n tew Ueetltit; inoini'iils ns we go Innelltigon.
Vou will llml my
I'Olh'KI.AINs ANO I Ml I I II IN IVIIICKI AIXS
made up to pleuse all ami ill I'M lutes than
ever. No expense or pains spaie.l In 'tools
Cheiiilrals or itn.Mhlngr icolhg In inuke n;i
A GOOD LIKENESS
ns It Is iu motto t pteiise, If I do mil tnuke a
Willi NIK KM'KlitKMK Id KKIMTRKV VKMIS,
and most or that time la llutl.ind, t ttatteruiv
I sell llml I ma what I nm,
A LIVING UVU AMONGST YOU.
no ii ms in
C L A It K ' S It I. o C K ,
(Corner Meichants' How nnd West Street,)
JAI. O. .MKIlHKl.I,
Cms. A. Wii.i.uvis.
Itineta dwSni Assistant,
BAItUE ACADEMY, HARliE, VElt
.MONT. J. S. Si'Alt.nisu, I.L. 1)., Principal,
A. II. kimbali., A. B., Assistant Principal.
II Is the design or tho Instructors to furnish
young men and ladles the most ample and
thorough culture lit pieiuratlon ror college or
business. The philosophical and chemical ap
paratus Is extensive and Ireel used. Board,
including room, wnshingand Ironing, from f3.no
In 4.ofi per vveek. Fall teiin begins Aug. 21s,
Ista. For catalogue Ac, apply to l'rln"lt al.
IN ST IT UTE.
I'he Fall Term ot this School will commence
TUESDAY, HEPTEMBEH K,tu, 1ST3,
under the tuition ot Its former teacher,
MISS LIZZIE V. MERRILL.
with competent Assistants.
Histriicllon Is offered In Common and Higher
English Brandies, Mathematics, French, Latin
Good board In private families at reasonable
Persons desiring to patronize this school can
obtain rurlher Information lo nddresslng .1
W11.HEH, West ltupeit, VI.
Keterence Is had to former patrons and the
following gentlemen who have attended exam
(nations or this school: Judah Dana, A. M
Principal of Kutlnnd High School; Hon, Henry
clink, Member of the Kutlnnd Board or Educa
tion: Dev. 11. Ila den. West Unpen. Vermont;
Dr. W. II. Mayniiid. S.ilem, New York.
The next Term will commence on the 4th or
ir.ii.ou.vi'iiv sum. lAi'diir.
This old nud well known Institution Is still
In successful operation, with a full mrps or
teachers, ror preparing young men ror coltege,
or ror business, and ollerlng uniisii.il facilities
In Music, French, Drawing and Painting, nnd
oilier :iccijililNlilntims lojumng ladles.
reo Tuition Is olTered to all who giadiiate,
and a thorough course In brnnches leitulred by
tho State, together wllhtheory nnd practice of
teaching. llhV.lt. G. WILLIAMS,
JURI! AND BURTON SEMINARY.
' Fnll Term begins August soth. Excellent
opportunities tor joung men preparing ror
College, superior instruction in Music and the
ornamentals. Terms reasonable. Send ror u
Catalogue nnd Circular.
II 11. SHAW Principal.
Manchester, Vt July u, is;.t. Julylswiiw
, MII.1TAKY COLLEGE,
ESTABLISHED IN ls34.
Has a Piep.iratory Department, thorough clas
sical, sclentltlc and military Instruction, good
discipline. No students under 14 years or age,
admitted. Send for circular. Address,
I'KOF. CHAHLES DOLE,
Next term begins Aug, 2Sth.
Keferences lion. K. M. Dorr, Chni les Clement,
Gen. E II. Klpley, Itutland. Jil2d2m
rpiIE FALL TEEM OF THE BUR.
1 .INGTON, VT., SCHOOL
fur joung ladles, will oien on
WEDNE.SDAY, SEITEMBEK 10th.
A limited number of lioarders taken Into the
Principal's family ror tho year.
For terms apply to the Principal.
Keferences President Angell, Ann Albor,
Mich.; Prof. M. Petty, Burlington. Vt.: ltev. J.
II. Worcester, 1). I)., Burlington, Vt.; Chief
justice 1'ierpoint, virgennes, vt, ; lion, H. A,
Burt, Swanton, Vt,
A Ii h I N G T O R D .
WHAT MAKF-S THAT BOOM SO C1IKE11FUL
AND ATTKACTIVi: t
Why, lean till you; It Is hung with pictures
NEW PICTUKE GALLEKY
A . II 1 1, 1. A- H O N
last month. It Is up stairs, Just back or the
-Millinery Department, and they havo got a
beautllul assortment, at v ery reasonable prices,
and will sell even the most attractive. You can
get THAMES, also, or every sUu and variety;
so carry your plcturi h to them and havo them
rrain.'d to beautify your homes. Call and seo
their M)e, Itustlo Frames. This room also con
tains an elegant display ot
PAPKH HANGINGS, BOKDEHS, Kit'., ETC.
All new nnd attractive Patterns. We have re
moved our Oil Cloths to this room nnd added a
few pieces of woolen carpeting nt very low
prices; nlso, Hemp Carpet, stair Carpeting,
llnssocks' Mats, c Ac.
Wo t rust our customers will not go elsewhere
to buy Hummer Goods "at cost," as wo shall sell
for the next thirty days our entire stock of
PHINTS, DltUSS GOODS, SHAWLS, SHOES,
CLOTHING, FANCY GOODS, ETC.,
al greatly reduced prices. As low as they can
be bought In the county.
Call and examine our elf gnnt SUITS for tho
boys, who will attend the Grand iteunlon.
Come and "dress up In style." Our stock of
GKOCEKIKS, FLOUH, ETC.,
was never more complete. Wo can, as ever,
plvo you bottom prices on Sugars and Teas.
Having received anew Involco of ourfaiious
mc. 'j ea, wo can give n better bargain than over
for that money. Itcmemher we have tea for a
lower Ilgure, but this Is GOOD TEA. Tho only
complalntof the housekeeper Is, that It has so
many "visitors" In It.
Wo havo a tew HATS nnd BONNETS, which
vv o will sell nt cost (or less) to close.
Our M1LLLINKHY business has been bo en
couraging that wo shall rontlnuo the depart
ment through next fall and winter, so tho ladles
can look out for now styles as soon as tho sea
son opens. Wo shall ttnprovo our assortment
as wo seo tho trado demands It doing all wo
ran to acconimodato our trade.
A. HILL A SON, WALLINOFOKI).
PENCILB. Dixoh'a Pencils, mado In
. tho United States, aro much superior to
rabcrs, ann are sold at lower prices. Try
GLOBE PAl'Kn CO,
JANDON & HUNTOON,
Wholesale and Kelall Dualers to
NAILS, Ac. in:, Ac.
geiiSjiiJ ,Voitiurjit nr
It K I. T 1 N li,
. A O I N G,J te.
TIMOTHY, , CLOVER, AND ALL
NOVA SCOTIA 1'I.ASTEIt.
LOP! MANI'FACTL'llINO CO.S PCiI'DKElTr.
A Ft' 1 1. I INK 111'
C H E A P F O It (! A S II
S O L D S T O R K.
:VI G. KINGSLEY.
BtULDEKS' AND CABINET
Weymouth Fine Fl'nLshlng nnd Empire
NalLs, Iron, Steel, Chains, Ac,
Steel, Iron, Picks, Ames" Shovels, Blasting I'uvv.
der (government proorj, Fuso, Large
;irHl Flies, Steel striking Ham-
mers, Handles, Ac.
MANILLA HOI'K AND COKDAGE.
SAW-MILL, CIItCULAlt AND WOOD SAWS,
AND BOYNTON'H LIGHTNING
Oils, Varnishes, Glue, Hand Paper, Brashes, c.
GLASS AND PUTTY.
Asplendldllneor Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Shears and Scissors.
Parlor Furniture, Center Tables, Mirrors, Ex.
tension Tables, Bedsteads, Mattrasses,
Spring Beds, Bureaus and Chairs.
Mnnuracturcr of Mock Walnut, Chestnut and
Painted Chamber Sets.
oar "pe T 8 .
Velvet, Brussels, Tapestry, Three riy and In
gToln Carpets, oil Cloths, c, c.
COFFINS .-ND CA8KKTS,
AND MKTAIXIO JIUItlAL CASKS
At ' I. 0. KIN08LKYH. '
Itutland, Juna IT.ieTO.
B1XBY & CO.'B
TWO GEMS FOR HOUSEHOLD USE.
BIXBY'l VBENCII LAUNDIIY J1LCF.
BlXBT'd 11E9T Shoe Bi.aiki.vu,
rjMIE GREAT. SOUTH AMERICAN
JUHUBEBA BLOOD PURIFIER.
Is the most powerful cleanser, strengthener
ami remover ol Glandular Obstructions known
to Materia Medlca.
it Is specially adapted tn constitutions " worn
down" and debilitated by the warm weather of
Spring and summer, when the blond Is not In
active circulation, consenueiilly gathering Im
purities from sliigglshncisandlmpcrrcct action
ot the secretive organs, nnd Is manifested by
Tumor", Eruptions, Blotchc, Bolls, Pustules,
scrofula, Ac, Ac,
When weary and languid from overwork, nnd
dullness, drowsiness and Inertia take the place
of energy and vigor, the sjstein needs n tonic
in ouiiii it up nun ni'ip mi: v nai i orees in re
gain their ctinerntlvo uower.
In the heal ot summer, frequently, tho l.tvcr
ami spicen no not properly iierrorm incir iunc.
Hons: the L'terlno nnd Lrlnnrv Orgnns nro In.
active, producing weakness of the stomach and
intestines aim a predisposition io unions ue
EXT II A CT 0 V .1 U It U B ERA
Is prep.irjit illreclly from Ihe South Ainei lean
Plant, anil Is peculiarly suited to all these dini
cullies; It will cleanse the Vitiated Blood,
strengthen the Llfe-Glvlng Powers, nnd removf
nil obstructions from
IMI'AIIIKIl ANII j:SI'Ki:ill.Ml OltOANS.
It should be freely taken, ns Jurubeb.v Is pro
nounced by medical writers the mast enicient
Piirliler, Tonic and Doobstrucnt known In the
whole range of medicinal plants.
JOHN (). KELLOGG, is Piatt street, New Yin k.
Soldi) Druggists, sole Agent ror the United
States, l'llee one Dollar per Bottle. Send for
VrORIvIXG CLASS. .Male or female,
V torn a week guaranteed. Hcspectablu
emploj incut at home, day or evening; nocapl-
iui rciiini'ii ; lull insii iicinuis iiihi ,uiiiiiuiu
pneknge or gomls sent tree by mail. Address,,
with six cent return stamp. M. YOl'NG A CO.,
13 Greenwich slice!. N. Y. angl4dw4vv
JEVER NEGLECT A COCGH. Xolh-
tor fiiliiio evil conseipieiices,
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS
are a sum cure for all diseases of the respira
tory Orgnns, bore Throat, Colds, Croup, Diph
theria, Asthma, Catairh, Hoarseness, lioness
or the Throat, Windpipe, or Bronchial T ubes,
and all discuses or Ihe Lungs,
In nil cases of sudden cold, however taken,
these Tablets should bu promptly and freely
used. They equalize the eliculallou of the
blood, mitigate the severity ol the attack, and
will, la n very short time, lesloro healthy action
to the ntrected organs.
Wells' Carbolic Tablets nro put up mil In
blue boxes. Take no substitutes. Itthcycan't
be lounil nt your druggist's, send nt once to the
ngent In New York, who will forward them bv
Don't be deceived by Imitations.
Sold by druggists. Price 2.r, cents a box
JOHN (J. KELLOGG, IS Piatt St., New Ym k.
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S A X I)
A- C O.
B O X D S
S T O C K
P. o. Box 4,323. No. 55 Nassau street.
THE MIDLAND KAILWAY Is an enterprise
of National Importance, anil the stock and
Bonds soon to bo placed uimn the principal
stock Exchanges, will bo as lreely deult In ns
those or the New York central, Erie, and l'enn
slvanla Central Hallroad Companies. Five
hundred nnd clghty.clght miles ot Its railroad
ure now completed nnd In operation. Continu
ous i rains aro luunlng rrom New York to Os
wego, aim on tne western extension, towards
Biiiralo, the company Is runulngtrulns 85 miles;
tho remainder or Ihe distance, 120 miles, in Bur
fain, Is in course or rapid construction, and It
will be completed within one year. The New
York and Oswego Midland Hallway will be onn
or the most profitable Trunk Lines running nut
ot New Y01 k.
.s r, 0,000, 0 0 0.
Wo confidently liellevo that fifty millions of
Hollars win no made ny tno stock and bond
holders in this road wit nln a few years by ihe
rise In the value, of tho property.
The wiling value of the stock and
bonds ot the New York Central
and Hudson lllver Hallroad Is
ine selling vniuu 01 ino siock ami
liondHof tho Midland Hallway
Companies, including suniclent
locoinpiciosiiigio irncK 10 iiur-
lalo, and doublo track east of
Mldilletovvn, Is fSiario.MO
Length ot Now York Central nnd
Hudson Klver railroad from New
York Central Depot to Buffalo.. 455 miles.
Length or the Midland railway,
Jersey City to Buffalo, Ma Mont-
clalr 35 miles.
Savlngovertho Central route.... 70 miles.
Saving over the Erin routed 3S miles.
This difference of distance In favor of tho
Midland route must alwa.vs enable It to com
pete with tho other Hues advantageously as to
freight, tint! ought lo give It a larger share of
the passengers than any other line. Tho early
completion of the Western Extension, from
Selnlo Centre to Buffalo, Is ensured by tho sub
scriptions ot capitalists to a siidlcnlo formed
to purchase f.vw.ooe of lionds from the coin
pan. i'hesndlcnto has guaranteed to nd
vuuco further means, If wanted, to complete
this road. Weoner for a short lime, New York
K Oswego Midland Hallway Co's First Moitgagu
Seven Per Cent. Gold Bonds, Western Exten
sion, nt6T 1-2 and accrued Interest In currency.
We ore solo agents ror selling Jersey City &
Albany Hallroad compnn'a 7 per cent, gold
bonds al vo and Interest In currency. This road
Is now In operation rrom Jersey city to Tappan.
town, a distance oral mllis, Nino miles fur
ther aro graded, on which Iron Is being laid.
The road will bo completed to llaverstraw wilh
In 11 year. Theso bonds aro only Issued on coin
A specialty will ho mailo of tho stock nnd
bonds of the following companies New York &
Oswego Midland railway comiiaiiy, Now Jersey
Midland railway company, Montclatr railway
company, and Jersey City & Albany railroad
compauy. Wehavu now on hand a limited sup
ply of theso lionds.
All bonds nnd stocks Known In this market
will bo bought and sold, for cash, on orders ror
Inucstors or dealers. We solicit permanent cor
rosoiidcnco nnd agents ror tho salu ol theso
bonds. D. E. cl'I.VEH A CO., Hankers,
25 Nassau St., New York,
QlA 1 O tttfi I" four weeks canvas.
WJTfcX UU slug was 0110 agent's pro
tit on Bryant's l,ibmru of istrtry aniikona : $70
In one week on The Xm mwirrivrV Junuaf.
by Miss needier and Mrs. stovvc. Any nctlvo
man or w oman can havo an agency. J, II. F011D
CO., New York, Boston, Chicago and San
Krunclsco. Aug 21 dw4vv.
LOOK OUT for tho nstoundlng offer to
bo mado as a Premium to Ycnrlysuhscrlt)-
ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY 11AOAZINF
Tn Imv announced iihi. mnntli ,..,
Eveo oody will be aslonlshed
""BUSINESS" Agents nnd Convasern
XJ wanted "Lectures nnd Sermons," ot
Kev. W, M. Punshon, LL. D. Best Olid cbennen
Family Bibles, Yaps, Charts, pictures, Oufh;ri
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"1A3IPHOIUNE." The gre.it discov.
J erj" for the Immediate relief nnd cum
vi jiucuiimiisui, .scuthii(ia, niiriuus, nrulses,
I'alns, Strains, stiff Joints, Sivelllogs, inilama-
every fatally. Thousands will nnd now testltv
to Its great merits. Try It. Price per bottle 23
cents. KIX'BKN H01T, 1'ropT, 203 Greenwich
street, N. Y, nug2ldivv4iv
riMIE RASKINS MACHINE CO..
X Flteliburg, Mass., Mnnuraclurers of
VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL
Our Combined Engines and Hollers urn made
In uunntlcs and to standard gunges, so that all
pnrts are Interchangeable. Can bo run with
greater safety and lessexpcnso than any other
engine mnnurncturcd. sizes from 1 to to horse
power. WAKKKOO.MS, No, 40 Cortlai.dt Btreet,
N". Y. Send for circular. aug2ld;w4vv
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tJ(J Increasing. 2,1 od more Live Agents
Wanted ror our
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Martllr.g Incidents, fenrrul disasters, lawless
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ocean llsherlcs, etc. Over two spirited cuts,
subject new. Price low. Agents wanted.
IIL'IIBAKD BKOS., Pubs, f-l Washington street,
on and alter Monday, June 2d, is;::, trains
wilt run ns follows, (Sundays excepted) :
IIOISO SOVTII AND EAST.
Leave Itulland at 12:.o and 4:3n a. m., and t'.'-.to
nnu ,:"i j,. in.
MAIL. Leave ogdensburg at C:10 p. 111., St.
Albans at Crio a. 111., Burlington at s:lo a. m
Port Henry at 7:15 11. tn Hut and at 12:10 p.m..
Bellows Falls nt too p. m., arriving at New Ijoii
dnnat :: p. m., connecting lvlth Ktcnmer for
NEW YOHK EXPHESH. Leaves St Albans at
!:0u a. in., Burlington 10:20 a. tn., arriving In
minium 111 izinu n. in.
NIGHT EXPHESS. Leaves OgdensburgatU;.
35 p.m., liattsburg ":S p.m., Montreal 3:30 p.m.,
St. Johns 4:50 11. 111.. St. Albans 7:20 11. m.. Bur.
llugtiin ti:10 p.m., Itutland 12:50 a. in., Bellows
Falls, r.:25 a. 111., ni riving at New London at 11:15
MIXED THAIS. Leaves Burlington at 2:00 1),
in., turning In Itutland at 7:40 p. m. Leaves
ltiuianii nt 4:.-.o n. in., reitows Falls 7:45 a.m.,
(accommodation traln),a rrlving at Now London
111 f:i" 11. in.
MIXED THAIN. Loaves Itutland at BKKi n. m.
arriving In Bellows Falls at 10:00 p. m.
Leaves Itutland at 1:13 and r,:W u. in., and 2:3n
Ullll V.i l. Ill,
MAIL. Leaves New London nt 5:00 n. m..
Sprlngtleld 8aK) n. to., Boston 7:30 a. in.. Bellows
l ulls 11:15., Itutland 2:30 p. m., arriving nt Port
in-nr.v 111 v:w p. m iiiiningion wee p, m., si,
Alt.nT.u P.-tn 11 . Unntn.nl n.i, .n n.,.-.
burg 1:45 n. m.', m'nUng connection's w'flh trains
lor 1 no vv esi,
EXPKEss Leaves Itutland at 5:05 p. in., St.
NIGHT EXPHESS.-Lcnv-es New London nt
2:15 p. m., sprlngtleld at s:l p. 111., connecting
with train leaving New York at 3:oo 11. in.. Bel-
lows Falls 11:20 p. m., connecting with train
leaving Boston at 5:30 1. m.. Itutland 1:43 a. m..
Burlington 4:40 a.m., St. Albans 6:10, arriving
in .Momrcoi 111 a. in., liimsourg at 12:00 m.,
and Ogdcnsburg nt 12:35 p, m., connecting with
MIXED THAIN.' Leaves Kutlnnd al 5:40 a. in.
Leavo Burlington at S:3n n. in., St. Albans I2:i)
m., arm mg in ogui nsiiurg at 8:50 p. ra. and St
Johns nl 3:50 n. m.
MIXED THAI N. Leaves Bellows Falls at4:30
a. tn., arrlrlng In Itutland at 9:20 a. m.
ACCOMMODATION. Leavea New London at
SdOa.m., Bellows l'allso:0o p. m arriving In
ivuiiuiei 111 o;J ). 111,
Trains leave Burlington golns east, for Mont
poller. Ac., at 6:55 a. 111.. 12:30 n. in. and lira n. m
Trains leave Bellows Falls going north, for
vv 1111,1 iiiver .ninciion, &c, at s:so n. in. and
11:45 a.m.. and 5:55 and 11:20 n. m.
Connections. At Itutland with Kcnsselatr
Saratoga nnd Harlem Extension Hailronds; at
Bellows Falls with Cheshire Hallroad; ut south
Vernon with Connecticut lover ltatirnnd.
EWMecplng enrs nro attached to night trains
between St. Albans nod Troy, and Burlington
mm iumuii. v.ii.r.n .vir,iitu,i
St. Albans, vt.. Juno 3d. 183.
ARLEM EXTENSION RAILROAD.
C H A N O E OK T I M E .
On and after Monday, June soth, 1ST'.', trains
will run as follows:
MIXED. Leaves Kutlnnd at 3:00 a.m., con
necting at Slate Lino with train for Troy.
MAIL. Leaves Itutland K.30 n. m., and mak
ing close connections nt Chatham 4 Corners
with trains for New York, Albany, Hudson, and
both east and west on 11. A A. it. 11.
MIXED. Leave Itutland nt 2.25 p. m., to Ben
nington and Troy.
SUNDAY MILK TRAIN (with passenger car
attached). Leaves itutland (It 7.3" a. m.
Itutland to New York - - fs 50
" to Albany, .... 3 00
" to Hudson, .... 3 no
irNo lay over checks given.
AltltlVE AT HUTLANI).
Mall, 9.3,1 p. m.; Mixed, 12.0S p. m.; mixed
T.so p. m.
F. C. WHITE, Supt.
Itutland. June 14. 19'2. mnylrt.twtt
Pl'lll.lsilEHS PIIINTEKS, STATIONEK
l:l,A K HOOK XASUFACri'ltKRK
Having purchased the Wholesale Paper and
Stationery business of It. A. Sawyer, and tho
Printing business of Jas. K. Mc Loan, with tho
addition of a complete BooU-Blndcry, they havo
consolidated the whole Into one business, and
moved tho same Into tho new and commodious
"Olobo Building," erected especially for tho
uso of tho Company.
With 0110 of tho most complete Printing De
partments otuuy establishment In tho State,
under the supervision ot oneof the best practical
printers tn tho country, they are prepared to do
all kinds of plain anil ornamental work In the
most approved manner nnd on short notice.
Our Jobbing Department will comprise full
lines of Writing Tapers tioth folded and flat.
Envelopes, (Note, letter and official,) Blank
Books ot every description, School Hooks,
Slates, Pens, Pencils, Inks, Law Blanks, Cut
lery, Wrapping Papers of all kinds Taper Bags,
Flour Sacks, Twines aud Cordage, Wooden
Ware, Matches, Brushes, Blacking, Blueing,
c, Ac, This Department will bo found well
stocked and worthy the attention ot closo buy
ers, Tho Bindery will be under tho charge of 0110
of the most thorough workmen to bo found In
tho State, and all work will be executed In tho
best stylo and with dispatch.
With men of long experience In charge, and
with extensive facilities for conducting their
business In Its several departments, they pre
sent one ot tho most complete establishments
ot the kind to be found outside the cities, and
solicit tho patixmago ot the public, feeling con
fident that they can Insure the wants of nil
upon the most fnvorablo terms.
G LOUIS rAPEH CO.
TAOS. Wo. sell Dennlson's Tags to
rrlntcra and stationers., at Dennlson's
lowe wholesale prices. .
ULOUE PAI'KK CO,
A OR EAT MEDICAL DIM ) Hi
Extract or Hoots and Herbi which uiu
variably cure the follow lug complaint .
Dyspepsia, Heart Burn, Liver Complain' .
Loss of nppetlie cured by taklnga lew liottn
Lassitude, I,ow Spirits ahd Slnkln;, Sensni n
vui cu 111 uuce.
Eruptions. IMmnleq, lllnlrhea mill nil In.ttnr
ties Of the tllfKKl.litlrvtlntr f lirnnah flin ttL-t,,
otherwise, cured readily liy following the dire
iiuut u lie; uuiliu.
ForKldnev. Madder mi l'rin
ments It has no cnual ; one bottle will eonv In
the most sceptical.
WOrmS exnelteil fmtn tlieuvhten. i.-IM.ft,it
least difficulty ; a few bottles nre suniclent fur
inu inosi oosunato cases.
iii.c, uiicuinu,jinwi:uri'(l mo most UIIIICUP
ease wheh all other remedies railed.
Nervous DlntcilUies. KpnmHi ti. .ln,.i.r.
Ac, cased Immediately, '
Khellninl Ism. Swelled .Tntnt nnd ,.11 v.mfi.
Aflllctlons removed, or greatly relieved by tin
iiutuuaoiu 1111 uilinc
Bronchitis. Catarrh. ConvuKimu. , a 11 , .
Ics cured or relieved.
Difficult Breathing, pjlns In tli. 1.1:, . 1
and Chest, almost Invnilnhl 1 uied i, , 1
few bottles or Quaker Bitters.
TTnn.n1n tllnl.,,! I In. t,r tnwml.i.l ..... .. .
lean ladles, leld reailllyto tills tnvnlunnie
icine, me viiascr iiiucrs.
Bullous. Hemlttcnt and liitei'mliten ,
so prevalent Hi many parts or our rouni r,
pieiei.v ciauicaieii ny lee use 01 ine fpiuK' 1 Jli
The Aired llml in the On.ikei lilt I or- 111. t
article theystnnd In need of In their deemi'
years, it quickens the blond and cheer- 1
mind, and pnve thepassnge down the pi., 11
No one can Ion'-remnlii niiu-,.11 ni. . .1,.
pd wilh an Incurnlilniiiaensev niter im.h, 1
Imttlesof (maker Bitters.
Soldby all Druggists and Dunlei s in , ,
lit" Sold lit Wholesale nml Ifet ,'l ,
WING. Dittvglst, Itutland.
II. S. FEINT & CO..
At their Great Medical Denot. 19.1 nnd Hi
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jomo with no proinlso of a new sensation, .
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