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MONDAY. SKl'Tll.M ltr.lt I. W,.
uintvii. i mi iiKi'uirriu: or mm.
TKttVS VHKIVK AT Itl'N.VMi.
t'roui Uellom Falls, nut A ta:W a. in.. I:i.v
urns p. in.
' Uurllnglun tf-M X 11:3'.' a. in.. u:W ,v ti-mi
Port Homy, Mti.Un. in
" Hotuilmflon, li:ot p. in., ii:io a ".:2ti p.
" luratun, Mt!45 n, in., n:inl p.m.
" .Salem, x tt:M a. in., 'Cjl'i A, "iiss p. in.
TRUHS LKIVK KL'I I VSP.
F r lie Hons Falls, IS:W X 410. in., u.M .V ff.:iJ
" lturllngtnu, l:Miv s:4Un. 1.1.. ii.ii x 5:ft p.
" Port HiMiry, mob p. in.
llcunlngton, M:ch A :: 11. in., a WfMp. in.
' Snratoiru. 5:no 11. 111.. A 'Cimi 11. 111.
MJdeUl, Sill) X 9:"1 'J. in., "IliW A 15:00 p. Ui
I'Htl (III II I'.
Harlem Extension way, s.iys 0. in., mil 'J.ou p. in.
Astern way, lt.411 n. 111. ,
Troy was, 1H.40 p. 111.
I roy, 11.40 p. 111., 11.30 p. in., jinl H.J'i p. 111.
tltuiny, u.411 p. 111., 3.30 p. in., mill n.:w p. in.
Boiton, 11.40 a. ni and tun p. in.
unadas, 1.15 p. 111.
Northern way, s.oo p. 111.
II vrllngton, 2.00 p. 111. ami n.r.ii p. in.
sa 'iitogu way, 8.30 p. in. ' '
No v York, 3.30 p. in. ami VM p. 111.
Voi necticut ltlver way, a.iin p. in,
Woxlstock war, (Stage! p. In,
Chittenden, (Tuesdays nml Sainrdav s sjii p. m,
Stoclibrldge (stage), l:im p. 111.
Harlem extension nay, 9.S5 p. in.
Eastern way, s.sn p. in.
Troy way, 4.5.1 p. 111.
'Toy, l.o a.m., 11.4S a. in. and 4.." p. in
Albany, 11.45 a. 111., 4.55 nml v. 111 p. 111.
lloston, 1.40 n. 111. nml .! p. in.
Canadas, 18.49 a. 111.
Northern way, 11.31 a. 111.
Burlington, 11.40 ami 11.31 a. in.
Saratoga way, 11.43 a. 111.
New York, 11.45 n. m. ami 4.55 p. In.
Connecticut lllver way, 8.45 p. 111.
Woodstock way, (stage) 11.55 a. in.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays ninlKatimln)H) 10.311 n.ln.
Stockbrldgo (stage), 11:30 p. in.
MMaUs will be promptly closed nt the spoel
.Vedhourj all letters deposited In the street
ooxes win ue coneeieu 111 ,45 anil 11.no a. in.,
18.10, 1.30, 3.03 nml last collection for all nlgnt
malls, nt 9.il p. 111. All letters deposited In the
Letter llox nt the Depot will be collected by
ltoute Agents live minutes previous to the de
parture of each mall train
DASHES IIKKK AND THF.Iill.
The sun sets to-night at 0:!W : ilscs to
morrow morning at 0:20.
Tlie village trustees meet this (Monday)
evening nt their rooms, in the Village
Monthly meeting ol Union Hook and
Ladder company this (Monday) evening, at
Killlnglon Lodge IS'o. 2!, I. O. (). F.,
meets this .Monday evening nt TiISO.
The Young Men's ChilMlan Association
merts this (Monday) evening nt 8 o'clock.
Col. Hussell Hyde enters upon his duties
as iostmastcr, nt Hellows Falls, to-day.
Found, August 2Stli, 011 the road between
Pittsford village and the monument, a hair
bracelet, with gold clasp, which the owner
can have by calling at Xo 10 drove street.
The agreeable oyster arrives dally at the
Central House, which Major Sal si m ry of
fers up In first-class style.
Arthur Kmerson was uuested Fiiday
night while In a stnte of Intoxication nnd
was brought up Saturday morning and
fined Sffi.00 and costs which he paid. lie
disclosed on V. W. Whltcomb and .lames
Crowley as having sold him drinks. They
were brought up and lined !il0 and costs
each upon which both took an appeal.
The partnership between Parker, (lll-on
Jfc Dewey has been dissolved and heienfler
Is to be carried on under the name of (Ml
son & Dewey.
Hev. Edward Mills arrived In New Yoik
yesterday, from Europe and is expected
home to-day. He will be most cordially
welcomed by his church and congiegation.
Two parties, whose tci 111 at tlie States
Prison had expired, arrived In town yes
terday and applied for lodging at 'Sander
son's Hotel" last night.
Miss Lillian S. Edgcrton, '-Tlie Pen I of
the Platform," who appears in Iiutlnnd the
coming week, has been offered 1,000 to
deliver llfty lectures in England. Miss
Edgerton will remain in this country.
Miss Hosamond Mower, whose death is
noticed In another column, is well known
to our citizens. She died, after a lingering
and painful illness, at the residence of
George J. Wardwell where she had made
her home for several years past, witli the
exception of a few months. Sho came to
Itutland seventeen years ago with her fa
ther, mother and a brother, all of whom
died several years since. She has been en
gaged In business here as a dealer in fancy
dry goods for some twelve years and has
been quite successful, leaving property of
some amount, which sho has disti United by
will. She was an esteemed member of the
Baptist Church, and had n large circle of
friends In tills community. Her funeral
will bo attended on Tuesday afternoon at
What are you preparing for exhibition
t the State Fair? It is the duty of every
one to do something to make tlie show a
good one, Hcsldes It advertises your busi
ness and is sure to bring n good letum.
Hon. A. H. Tanner of Whitehall, N. Y.,
was at the Hates House on Saturday.
The prolific " MeCarty family," six in
number, stayed at the Hates House over
Sunday, on their way to San Francisco.
We regret lo learn that the father of our
townsman James C. Dunn, died on Mon
day last at Hyegate, in Caledonia county,
after a painful Illness caused by dropsy.
Tiik Oloiik is under obligations to Henry
C. Hall, Charles Timelier, Jr., and ltev.
II. C. Weston, for valuable assistance fur
nished Its reporter In making a report of
the dedication of the church at Xorth Hen
nlngton. The Bellows Falls shcrift and posse,
with virtuous impartiality, pounced upon
the Island House and another prominent
establishment, a few days since, and carted
off alargo quantity of liquor, only to find
themselves egreglously "sold," the liquor
proving to be water.
Hon. Worthlngton C. Smith was In town
We understand a "brush" occurred at or
near the Catholic church on yesterday, be
tween two Irishmen. It seems that the
two men wcro having their respective off
spring christened, and trouble arose from
the priority of right In seeming the ser
vices of the priest. After tlie ceiemony
was over the men went to wnik will) their
fists and with so much effect that one of
the participators was obliged to bo helped
home. Ave do not believe, the affair re
eclved the cognizance of tlie priest or of
any other respectable member of the con
The Salem I'rem correspondent from
Putnam, N. Y., says Henry Noble, tho ef
ficient manager of tho Cambridge J'ott,
was In that town recently, and as he wns
not generally known he was taken for a
Tin: (iiniii: Is under obligations lo 1). K.
Simmond?, publisher, for a copy of 'The
trial, cinleslon and conviction of Jesse
nml Stephen lloorn, for llie murder of Hub-
ll Cohln, nml the return of the man sup
posed to lie murdoiod" written by Hon.
.lames K. Hell, of tlie First United States
Artillery, has been detailed ai a professor
of military science In tlie University of
Vcimont nt Burlington. Lieutenant Hell
It Is understood, lias special qualifications
for tlie position.
The Brandon Vniun is n spicy and well
conducted journal and ought to succeed
with n liberal patronage fiom that thriving
J. A: V.. L. Mntote arc doing a successful
business nt tMr store nt Leicester Junc
tion. The Lake Dumnoru races on Thursday
mid Friday last were nil won by A. II.
D.infnith. On Thursday the S:4fl race for
s(!.' pmso, was won by " Storm King,"
cnteicd by Dunfnrth, in liircc slralglit
he.its; best tune 2:51 i nlso the tlircc
minute race won by I.ndy Thompson, for
n purse of trl'i I best time 53:5(1. On Friday
the 2:50 race, for ylti, won by the latter
horse in three straight heats j best time
2:51. For Mime icason not given to the
diivcrsthc open-to-all race for $100 was
not trotted. Several horses were entered
for this race, among which was Dnnforth's
" Kitty Thorn."
The Middlebiuy races occur on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday of this week.
Purses amounting to 1JB25 arc oflcrcd by
Mr. Darwin lildcr, the proprietor, for com
petitors. .Mi. Danforth has Storm King,
Kitty Thorn, Lady Thompson and Shel
burn Maid, alreadv entered.
One Helen Datnalher, n resident of
Strong's avenue, was taken with a terrific,
spasmodic disease on Friday night which
evinced itself in scroamsof a decidedly dis
turbing nature, so much so that Officers
Williams and Aiibcrtnn felt compelled to
leinovc her to safe quarters In jail. She
had a little girl in the house with her who
said her mother had poisoned herself. This,
however, proved untrue although the wo
man herself said the same. She was kept
at the Jail until next day when she was
discharged. It is cvpeeted the woman will
IC11II11111I (Jruileri Nrl'iool.
The Graded Schools of the village of
Holland commence this morning, with the
following teachers :
.Iiidah Dana, A. M., Principal.
Miss Mary A. Burnham, Preceptress.
Miss W. A. (Ironsweg. Assistant.
(u:mmai: sellout .
.Miss Hut tie 1'.. Smith.
-Miss llattie Proctor.
Miss C. A. Hlshop.
.Miss Hello Ituggles,
..Miss Canle Kilhurn,
Miss Prank A. Grisw old,
Miss Addle Adams.
.Miss Utile Spaulding,
Miss M. A. Lee.
our.KX hi hurt.
Miss M. A. Meldon ,
Miss Delia Meldon.
Miss Mary Stewart,
Miss Abbic M. Titus,
Miss Can ie Phillips.
The school will open at nine o'clock this
Hunks an it lluuhiuir,
run nation w. hank or iiiTi.tsn,
In connection with tlie article on the
Banking Interests of Itutland," published
Saturday morning, one or two luactiracies
or misprints crept in, as, also, one or two
omissions were made which, In correcting
and supplying, we will give somu addition
al Items of interest In reference to the pre
sent bank if It may be so called "the
Piesldent, Directors and Company of the
Bank of Hutland." The bank was, as
stated, chaitercd November 1st, 1824, with
an authorized capital of ono hundred thou
sand dollars. We have not at hand the
exact list of tlie first board of directors,
but from our recollection of tlie list, as at
one time furnished us, it was nearly us fol
lows : Hubert Temple, President ; Nathan
iel Fullerton, of Chester ; Moses Strong,
George T. Hodges, Francis Slason, of Hut
laud j Ira Stewart, of Mlddlebury j and
John Kellogg, of Benson. William Page,
father of John B. Page, was cashier. These
gentlemen are all deceased except Mr.
Slason who still remains in the direction.
In 1820, thu General Assembly of Ver
mont elected a "Bank Inspector," in the
person of Hobert Pierpout, of this place,
wiio lemalned in office several years, and
from whose repotts, and those of his suc
cessors, we makctho following statements,
down to thu time when their authorised
capital was all paid In. The first report
contains the following clause:
"April 1, 1827 Thu Bank of Hntbuid
owe the following sums, to wit:
stock patit In
Kills In circulation
... 50,000 00
. . . 1T4.00S 00
They have the following properly on
hand, to wit :
Discounted notes tlll.soi oo
(If which Is ttimMriil the
sum of 1,815 tkl
Hue. from UciHnjltors mi 34
Heal estate at cost 1 T4T CO
N'M'cIn on lianil, bills of other solvo.it
banks mill iletmslts lu lloston uml
Tiny, applicable to the reileinptlon
of the bills 1111,058 81
Profit $4,417 71, or nearly nine per cent.
June 11, 1827.-Stock paid in, 15-50,000,-00;
bills in circulation, $125,003 00 j pro
fit, 2,552 29, or four per cent.
In April, 18.10, the whole amount of bank
and iiuuranco stock lu the stale was re.
ported to be as valued by the listers
July 0th, 1832. Capital stock of Bank
of Hutland paid in i80,000. Profit 31,.
021.12, or over 44 per cent,.
In the report, under date ot August 20th,
1830, It appears for tho first time that the
authorized capital of ono hundred thousand
dollars was fully paid in.
On tho fifteenth day of May, 1837, In
common with tho hanks throughout tho
country, specie payment was suspended,
although tho specie on hand was about tho
came in amount as at any time within the
year picvlous, and the bank had eight per
cent, surplus after paying dividends, They
resumed specie payment, however, In May,
From the list of the piescnt board of di
rectors, two omissions wcro madcj wo
tliciefoie give the list in full, tlie capital
stock being 500,000, and business being
commenced under the national system lu
1805. The present directors arc ns follows:
John B. Page, President.
Francis Slason, Vice President.
Jacob Edgcrton, Hutland.
Ficdeilck Chaffee, Hutland.
William Y. Hlpley, Hutland.
Edwin Maitingdale, Walllngford.
Henry O. Gleason, Shrewsbury.
Wllllun Glltnorc, Hutland.
Sidney .W. Howell, Cashier.
l!t1I.NI COVSTV NATIONAL HANK.
The original board of directors, when
organized as a (date bank, wns sa follows:
William Y. Hlpley. Hutland.
John Miller, Waliingford.
James Huiitoon, Slucwsbnrv.
Dan B. Bogue, Pittsford.
Horace O. Clark, Hutland.
I'lirtlnml, ICiitlunit uml IMvuu
At a meeting of the Portland, Hutland,
Oswego mid Chicago llalliond, held at Port
laud, Maine, August 2th, the following
Board of Directors were elected :
Allen Haines, Pottland, Piesldent.
N C Hlee, Pol Hand.
W II Fesscnden, Poitland.
John II Lauc, Portland.
I) M O'Hrlcn, Coinisli, Me.
Henry V. Poor, Hrookllne, .Mass.
Oscar F Fowler, Bristol, N. II.
Frederick Billings, Woodstock. Vf.
Gilbert Mollison, Oswego, N. Y.
William McEcron, Glens Falls, N. Y.
John Cain, Hutland, VI.
The stockholders voted to accept tlie net
extending the time for locating and com
pleting Hie road.
A mantle of exquisite design and finished
workmanship, from the manufactory of
the. Messrs. Prilchard, McNlele& Lane, has
been put into the new Hatter bank, Hut
land. The work was done to order and in tlie
well known style and perfect finish of Ibis
company. Tlie company lire now com
pletlng two llr.M class mantles for a gentle
man In Cincinnati, Ohio. No expense or
labor has been sp.ued In their manufac
ture. The centre piece, above, icprcsenl
Ing the beautiful heard and wings of 11
cherub, sculptured by our excellent ai list
Mr. C. N. Pike of Hutland, must have been
secured at great expense. The great suc
cess of this company icsls not only upon
the perfect and ready execution of number
less fine designs on hand, but also mi aitls
tlc. conception of, and desire for novelties
In material and workmanship, which are
acted upon from day to day.
The local ntmosphcre hereabouts I picg
mint just now willi ugly rumors, which
some "noisy babbler" circulated and many
guarded leputations arc whitewashed!
When one class of young men have coin
mon secrets concerning themselves they
shouldn't box each others ears for telling
those secrets to other young men of an
other tiasn. liecmtse most modern youths
now-a-days say loo much of themselves
anyway to make even their sisters adore
An niil-l ul. mid walked all the
way from Omaha since last Soring with 11
new musical instrument consisting of a
iozen bells strung on a beam, gac a free
etneert nt the Barnes Iloit-e the oilier
nigl'. Tlie necessity for physical excition,
while "jcrforining triple lime on bis simple
machine, would kill any ordinary artist af
ter the s-ixih strathspey, still this mu(siek)
al genius, calmly perspiring, walted on to
Laughtei Is contagious. WeluTtPu ge
nial merchant '.n our midst whose sonorous
mid hearty guffaw attracts customers from
tlie utmost hounds of the tillage. Once lu
your lislbles are set in motion, next your
wants nre consideied and lastly tlinmgh
sheer good humor you buy what you do
not want. Among tlie ruins of Cmtliage
this man would draw a good trade and he
deserves if. Ai.ritv.
HitASDo.N Bt'TTBi! Maiskkt. The prices
nt Brandon on Fiiday last for butter was
2728 cents. Amount sold last week was
about 1,800 pounds.
Among the arrivals nt tlie H.irdwell
House, August 30th, nre tlie following :
Geo F Harris, Harry McLeod, E Oliver,
S A Clark, D V Blodget and wife, Miss
Josie Blodget, Mrs E O Tuirts, A W Bo.
(piet, New Yoik ; EC Wheeler, .Miss Brog
dim, A (i Hills and wife, II G Cutting,
Boston ; J. S. Hubble, Fort Edward ; W
W Slason, Kcene, N If.; L G Connor, O
V LIscoinb, Albany; M D Mather and
wife, Austin, Texas; H Thompson, Ver
montj it W Thompson, Hielimond, Vt.;
Win Kimball and wife, A D Tourtellott
and wife and son, Mrs E Jackson, Fltrh
burg, Mass ; S T Ladd and wife, Windsor;
Joseph Chlhls, New Lebanon ; G P Slo
cum, E Curtis, V S Colvln, F C While,
Bennington ; Mrs Win Watson, Wllmlng.
ton, Del.; John L Strelt, St Albans; A Y
Dunihal, Montreal; J S Donald, Michigan;
John Bradford, Albany; G Ii Jordan, J F
Brldgmaii. Troy; L Sliafer, Albany; OA
Sllliman, Wcstfleld; Mrs J M Blake,
Mrs II Todd, .Mrs O P Mcrrltt, Cuttings,
ville; ltev I) C Babeock, Philadelphia;
Hev A C Hardy, Portsmouth, N II ; Thus
L Doremus, Schaghtlcoke ; A T Edwards,
Cambildge; C F Howell, JOBardwell;
John Conly, Port Henry; J. O. Chapman,
Hartford, Conn, ; P. Holton, Danhiiry,
Vt. , .Jos. D. Andiews, PawletjThos.
Mallory, Troy ; Willard Trail, Brooklyn;
J. N. P. Woodbury and wife, Auburn,
N. H. ; V. E. Holley, Hudson, N. Y. ;
David Hammond, Geo. Earl, Geo. Dyer,
Geo. Alhle, Bellows Falls; H. C. Haskell
and wife, Lnnsingbiirg ; F. Wiley, Boston;
J. .1. Waller, New Yoik; O. W. Stlnson,
Bellows Falls; Thos. McGrau, Bellows
Falls; J. D. Ellsworth, Hupert, Vt. ;
David McCiitcheon, Pittsburg, l'a.; J.
Grant and wife, Norwich, Conn. ; J. J.
Barton, Philadelphia, l'a. s Win S Stanly,
Chichester, N II ; Geo W Swctt and wife,
Fred W Swctt, Troy, N Y; W II Hub
bard, Montreal; I) W C Sleight, Troy,
N Y j 8 Allen, Fnlihaven AV II LIscoinb
and daughter, West Hutland 1 Geo Heaver,
Whitehall, N Y; WO Hall, Bellows Fulls;
E 8 Walt, Swanton ; A P Lyman, Ben
nington; CP II Sabin, Walter McCann,
Des Moines, Mich ; L M Downing, St. Al
bans; ED Johnson, Jr., Norrlstown, Pn j
J Essex, North Bennington ; J W Vclsey,
Troy, N Y ; Mrs Jones, W II Marsh, New
Yorkt Mrs Andrews, Pnwlet ; L Haydcn,
J H Haydcu, South DeeiiUid, .Muss; Hev
J Fletcher, wife and daughter, Plaluflcld,
Conn; Henry Noble, Tinmouth 1 Ira Cook,
Danbyi FA Bromly, Pawlet 1 J H Cook,
J N Phillips, Dauby.
DAILY GLOBE, MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER I. 1878.
' Allen cV Drew, 27 Merchants' How, me
selling goods nt cost for 30 days, to (ioc
out stock 1 Hals, Cups, Furnishing Goods
and Heady Made Clothing, Good Goods
nt vciy low prices.
An Act ok Ciici:i.tv. Cliappeil li.uuls ami
faces are tho most serious annoj uiice that farm
ers, ami proplo who labor much out or doors,
expcrlenco from exposure. Kxposcil persons,
especially children, repeatedly suffer Intensely
from (real cracks upon their hands that often
bleed. It Is cruel to nllow one's self or others
to surfer In this way, when the menus of post
the prevention arc so easy tn bo had, ami so
cheaply, as to Pay ten cents for n cake ot Hand
Hapnllo. Hand .Sapollo Is not only better than
tin; costliest soap for rcmoUnir dirt, but It pie
vents chapplnir, uml renders the skin soil and
pliable. Mold ctcrynhcro. ausflndswlw.
l'cnouiVK 1'II.I.s hnc become n settled ne
cessity with the American people. Indeed,
cathaillcs always have been and alwajsmiist
be Used, In some form, by nil mankind. In this
country the pllular form of nilmlnlstrntlnn has
been Kiowlng In favor since pills wero ilrst
Hindu or Aloes and lthubnrb, rolled Into a ball.
Their hitch position lu the public commence has
dually been secured and fastened Into perma
nency by Aj er's l.'ntlinrtlc fills, the most skill
ful eomlilnntliin or medicine for the dlseuies
I hey are Intended to cure, tint science comic
Mseornrt produce. Those waiitlnj; pills, no
looser hesitate what pills to take but Use
Ax i-s Pill. ,1111,'llf
The Ilryant and titration Troy lliislness Col
leite desires tn obtain tho names of Joiiii't men
who made ntlend school tho coining season.
Persons who will semi It the names of twenty
joiuijf men will recehe, post-paid, handsome
specimens of plain and ornamental penman
lli:.NNlSON"S PATIINT Sllll'PINO T.UiS.
! (Her 2110 millions havo been used within the
I past ten jenrs, without complaint of loss by taic
' becomlm; detached. All Ktpress Companies
1 use them. Sold by Printers nml sintinncrs
(ii.oiu: PAi'Eii co. itrn.ANii,
1une-23dwtf Wholesale Ak'ciit".
, A HINT TO IIOfHr.WIVIX now TO KKlIf
KITCUIIX WAlti: CI.KA.V AND 1I1IK111T.
1 Hwry housewife of neat and tidy habits takes
, especial delight in keeplnir all the tin, copper
I and Iron ware of her kitchen as clean and
I bright as pnlnstaklii'f laborcanmiike them. A
, pride in this direction Is commendable, and al-
wnjs meets tho Milium; approval ot the 'tyrant
I man" who ii.ty.si ho household bllts. llcmember
. that SAI'OI.IO Is the only thlhtr on earth Hint
w ill make an old tarnished tin pun or a rusty
kettle shine ns hrlxlitns new. And by the use
I of Slopolln It Is tho quickest and easiest thiol,' In
the world lo keep ecry utensil In n hlKh state
I of polish. Alljf. d.vwlH!
Agi'iits, lor tlio CallltlC.
II. I.. Slllson. Ilennlnslon.
II. 1". Moruan, Walllmtford.
Herbert Mmlth, Factory Point.
II. s. Hard, Arlington.
St. II. Kelley, South WallliiKfuul.
('. I', l'lerce. Hast Clarendon.
II. .1. Caiiienter, llnittleboni.
(ilblis .V ii llrandon.
Deiinlson Itrothers, Pit Isford.
Y. .11. Day, Mlddlebury.
liufus Holt, Plttslleld.
.1. 1), culver, Ilydevllle.
T. K. Ilorton, Clarendon.
Ii. 1'. 1'e.ibody, l'lttsrord.
Alden X Co., .Mlddleburj.
II, II. Mpeneer, Sutherland rails,
.1. N. Haskell, I'alih.nen.
A. I.. Kellogg, Cnstleton.
('. .1. (illmore, West Itutland.
I. . .loliusoli, West I'awlel.
W. S. Il.is.sett, Jllddletown.
.lames nice, raw let.
II F. I'ariiienter, Mechanics' lite.
II. Horlmi, Mount llollv.
W. W. Hlbbard, l'oultney.
r. lloltuu, Ii.ttiby 4 Comers.
William rieire. Iinnby
II. A. Carter, llenson.
V. II. Hull, Wells.
(I. F. Woods, Hellows l'nlls.
r. II, Uobblns, Chester.
i:. It. Allen, Hast WallliiRtiinl.
Sherman llrothers, I.udlou.
llrown .V Clark. Chittenden
.1, Ii. riirdv. .Manchester.
S M Southard, Vergennes.
lu Mount Holly, August 3, bv lte. S. Wrlu'ht.
II. I'. Wade ami Mis l.llla A. .laekson.
In Iliamloii, August i!T, by Hev. 1'r.oil.iinTv.';
bury, John 1'. I'ntw hie and Mui-.i v. - ""'
lu Hutland, August 31, linsamoml Xfoner,
aged 45 ears.
l'uneral from the residence of (leorge J.
Wnrd'veil, on Wales street, Tucsda afternoon
at 2 o'clock.
In llveff.ile, Caltdoiil.i count). August I.',, Mr.
.lohu Ilium, father of .lames c. I1111111 or ItiilLind
and c. II. I1111111 ot llramlon, aged 74 'cars and
In l'lttsford, August 311, Mnhlon Scott, son of
Isaac S. and Helen .M. Hall, aged Is years, 4
mouthsnml 19 ilas.
J7WGHT Olt TEN' BOAHDHItS CAN
-J llud good nceomiunilallons nt TSo. 14 I'luo
D1BSOLFTIOX NOTICE. Tlie co-partner.-lilp
of l'.irker, (lllson Ilewej,
Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The
business will be continued under the Hi m name
of (lllson X Hew ry, they assuming all the In
ni'itedness of the lain llriu, uml to whom a'l
dues must be paid.
K. I'. (III.SO.N-,
II UN It V III'WTY.
West Itutland, Sept. 1, 1ST3. sldlwA-wHt
The undersigned wuiild most ivspectlull' In
form the public Hint he will open on or about
September 1st, lu stalej's building,
.17 (TXTlIlt STIICKT,
11 tlrst-class Merchant Tailoring lMabllshmenl.
Having been connected with some of the had.
Ing houses ot New York uml lloston, where
none but llrst-class help are einploed, I claim
to have had such experience us enables me to
compete w 1th uny one In my line of business.
Foreign and Domestic 'loths nlwa1 sonhand.
Latest .Sew York stles of llreaktast Jackets
nml Mornlug downs made to order. Satisfac
tion guaranteed In ctcry case.
I'. Jt. SMITH.
Hutland, Vt Aiig.30, 1ST3.
Mill be exhibited at the
OPE HA HOC SB, Itl'TLAND,
si:ri'i'.Miii'.it sin ami urn, IST3.
On .Monday evening will be presented
A It OTIC It E G I O N S .
On Tnesd.i i:enlng,
S It E NHS IN E I'llOP E .
Jlr. Illnck lias Incomparably the
r.AlKIIJST COI.I.KCTION (!' VIKWH,
taken rrom nature, In tho United Stutes. Ills
apparatus Is tho most complete nml extensile
ever Imported; and the scenes is feet squnro
nro most hrllllnntly lllumlnuted by means ot
a new chemical light -tho most powerful urtl
nclal light available for this pui'imse, known to
Hcieuci. me ien iii oo iiescrioen nml ex
31 It. N. 1IKI.CIIKH.
Admission, to cents. Heats secured without
extra charge. sepidld
CELKIIY pTANTsl-roin l'ct7r Hemler
bou ready on and after June Slth. Send In
vour orders. Cubbugo ntants for bite cron bv
the hundred or thousand; nlso, llreen Peas
ready about July 1st. Flower plants, among
which Is the celebrated AmaraiitluiH Halslfullus
or f ountain riant, constantly on numi, nou
ipiels, wreaths Ac., made 10 order.
icajMly N'ar Fair Urouiids,
The Mississippi ltcpnbllrnii Ticket.
U.COItN AHItMONS AMK.
Jackson, Ml?., Aug ill.
Tin; Itepilbllcan convention adjoin tied
last night. The full ticket Is as follows:
Ames, Governor ; A. K. DaWs, fcolored)
Lieutenant Governor; J. Hill, fcolored)
Seci clary of State; J. II. Hubbard, Trca
bluer; W. S. Glbbs, Auditor; Geo. E.
Hnirls, Attorney General ; L. W. Caido.a,
(colored) Superintendent of Education.
Gen. Ames made a speech accepting the
nomination. Immediately after the ad
journment Senator Alcorn addressed nn
Immense assemblage. He arraigned Gen.
Ames as being tlie most Undlctlvc man In
Congress against Southern whites. He an
nounced himself as candidate for governor,
and called upon people of all parties to
execute a lasting bond of fiicndshlp be
tween white people and black, and lo
lesctii! the Stale from bondholdcis and
political Incapacity. He win fienuently
gicctcd with bn.iily applause. II. ('. Cal
ler, the defeated candidate for Lieutenant
Governor, nlso nddressed flic meeting. He
said he had been promised 11 second place
on the ticket, but hail been betrayed mid
would not support the ticket, and nil
nounced hiin-tif 11s c.iudldnle for L'enlen
('alter was to-day appointed Secietary
of State by Governor Powers, vice Hovels,
Nkw Yohk, Aug. i!0.
Private letters have been received in
Washington from olllccrs at Fort Sill as
late as the 20th Inst., and speak of the
situation there ns dull mid quiet. The In
dians were peaceable, with no signs of hos
tility. These letters came through In six
days, and It would take longer than that
for news to come via Waco, Texas, the
route the report of the massacre came.
These letters make 110 mention of the de
parturo of Gen. Davidson from the fort
with any portion of the command.
A Mjstery Solved.
New Yoiik, Aug. 28.
Tlie body of Kcl.-ey, who was tarred and
feathered at Huntington. L. I., some time
ago. was found In the water at Oyster Bay
yesterday in an advanced state of decom
position. Tar mid feathers were still ad
hering lo ills clothing. The coroner was
notified mid the impiest was resumed to
day. Two men were indicted for the tar
ring mid feallicring. but were discharged on
account of the absence of Kclsey.
The Philadelphia Morgue.
PlIILAllKI'ltlA, Aug. ill).
A further hearing was had yesterday la
Hie case of Deputy Coroner Sees and super
intendent of the morgue, Baxter, charged
with trafllcing in Hie body of Thomas
Miinee. which was found In the university.
A subpicna to produce the coroner's books,
was not obeyed, on tlie ground that they
w ei c the private property of the superin
tendent of tlie hurial ground. After testi
fying thni nil Unknown body was liuried
011 Hie Ith of July, he contradicted the
statement and said it was a lie. The janl
tor of Hi-. ....iT.i.,. ri,( , ,.,,
that Baxter said be Intended to run two
bodies In from the inoigiic. Dr. Hodge
said he paid SlTi for two bodies on Hie 2d
and nth of July. A motion was made for
the discharge of the deputy coroner, but
Chief Justice Appointed.
Bos 1 on, Aug. !!0.
Associate Judge Horace Gray has been
appointed to the vncnnt justiceship of Mas.
snclitwtts cau-ed by the death of Judge
Cliapni.iii. The appointment had been pre-viou-ly
olfercd by Gov. Washburn lo E.
Hock wood Hoar, who declined.
The Miiir Accident.
Guano Hai-uis, Mich., Aug. iin.
From testimony it appears Hie rail toad
accident near Muir was due to the neglect
of a brakcinan sent by the conductor of
the pas-engcr train to llag Hie freight train
to go far enough away from his train to
show Hie signal.
W'ak Dr.i'AinwKNT, Omcr. or Tin: )
Ciiiki-Signal Oi riciui, Washington,
1). ('., August ill, lHJil M r. .XI. J
i'i:i)iiAiii in 1 i:s.
For the New England and northern por
tion of the middle states, pressure will di
minish slightly with rising temperature,
light soulhcily mid westerly winds nud
areas of light rain.
.Mississippi Democratic Convention.
Jackson, Miss , Aug. ill.
The Democratic State convention meets
at Merldcn on the 17th September.
' Cuban Sentiment.
Nkw Yohk, Aug. 20.
Late Havana advices state that the Cu
bans are not yet ready to abolish slavery.
They continually nrguo for more time.
Socialism is gradually but surely obtaining
a foothold. A decrco relating to the nils
Ing of embargoes on Cuban property not
yet officially published. Thu government
secietary says all the laws and reforms
from Spain will be strictly enforced.
Ben Hutler Carries lloston.
Boston, Aug. !i0.
A summary of tho results of the ward
elections for delegates to tho Itepilbllcan
state convention thus far, Including Boston,
shows the election of 113 Butler to 3il
Washburue delegates. Tho Journal (He.
publican) says the Butler men did not come
up to the full expectation In the city, as
.tliey calculated to carry every ward. Tho
Post, (Democratic) sayB the cut and dried
programmo was carried through witli a
rush. Butler's friends arc jubilant. Butler
delegates In the city number 00 1 anil. Hut
ler 2(1. A gain of 17 for him over last
LYNN AMI I DM KM. I'Olt UtTTLKIt.
The forty-live delegate from Lynn and
Lowell bio all for Butler, and be has also
two-thirds of tho Nowburyport delegation.
Six Hundred Executed.
London, Aug. 30.
A special dispatch fiom Thackkcnd, to
the Telegraph, says an Insurrection broke
out In Khiva and Khokand against the
slam dm lug the absence of General KaulT.
maim, but It was utterly crushed, and six
hundred of the Insurrectionist vvcif executed.
Pint wii'ii'tti,. Aug. ill. j
At a lale hour list night policeman Price
of the Dili Diliiil. shot and killed John
Cah.iti In a beer silonn on Callow Hilt
sheet allow Seventeenth sticel. Pilee was
In pursuit of 11 prisoner, and C.iban, it is al
leged, Interfcied and the pislol lu the hand
of the olllccr was accidentally discharged,
the ball entering Cab.in'" heiit. Pi Ice gave
himself Into custody.
The Assassination of Judge .Menrs.
I.111 11: Hock, Ark., Aug., 111.
Advices from Clniksville statelhat a cor
oner's jury Is still In session In icgardto
the assassination of Judge Me.u s. Enough
has already been obtained to make It cer
tain that tlie assassination was done by a
Hold Destroyed by Fire.
SiiAiio.s Sriiixx.s, N. Y., Aug. ill.
The Eldridge House was destroyed by
llie to-night with part of tlie tinnltilie.
The origin of the fire is unknown. Loss
unknown. Insured fur .sill.DOO. Two or
three persons weie Injitied. There w ere
but fil Icen guests in tlie house nt the time
of tlie lite.
Wisconsin Democrats nud Liberals.
Mii.wm kkk, Aug. ill.
The Democratic mid liepubllciin stale
committees have called a stale convention,
to meet In Milwaukee, Sept. 2 1, to nominate 1
an opposition ticket for gov ei nor and other I
Completion or Cairo nml F11K011 1!. It.
LlTTI.K ItoCK, Allg. iill.
The lat spike on the Cairo mid Fulton
Hallway was driven ul Fulton this evening.
The road is now completed from St. Louis
to Fulton, a distance of 101 miles.
Tiip X. Y. Central Bond Forgeries.
Nr.w Yohk, Aug. ill.
The principal operator In the New York
Central bond forgeries is one Clias. J.
Williamson, who Is believed to be identical
with tho notorious Hoss and Wiight. He
appears to bo dealing through various
brokers to a very great extent, principally
in New York Central 7 per cents of 1870,
New York Central O'.s of 18H7, New York
CentiTil fl's of 1883, niul Buffalo, New York
nnd Erie first 11101 1 gage bonds.
Wilianison is an outside man and wheth
er all these bonds in which be had been
dealing are forgeries or not. or merely
covers by w lileli he was enabled to issue
forged ennds, It is impossible to tell. The
detectives think it desirable for any per
sons, who have bought any of the classes of
bonds mentioned since the date of lust
interest payment, to have them examined
nt Hie several olllccs of the company to
have their gemiluenessi attested.
A ij.WO.OOO 1 oss.
It is reported hi Wall street that a certain
bank lias hcen victimized to Hie extent of
sjr.00,000 with these forged lionds, and It Is
futlbcr leported that the nricst of several
prominent operators in Wall street may be
shoitly looked for with reference to this
Since tlic at rest of Brown a large quan
tity ot bogus honds have been discovered
1IM f t.llll,. M 1
Found on llie person of the prisoner,
.yi'0,000, found with one firm 011 Broad
way, !j:i0,000; with another linn on Broad
way. i"-.12,000; hi all 02,000. It was rtl-
I inoied last night that oilier stocks had been
counterfeited and Hint business will he par
tially suspended in Wall street to-morrow.
Tin: ruiNi'ir.w, ofKH vioi:.
Williamson lias an alias of II. II. Wil
liams, and is said to have been discharged
veins ago from tlic position of book keeper
to Brook Bros., lor peculation and forgery.
Every efl'ott is I Hug made lo secutehis
The Brooklyn Defalcation.
Nkw Yohk, Aug ill,
HOIIM.VN KillllKll IN JAM.
M. '1'. Hodman, the defaulting deputy,
and city ticasiuer of Brooklyn failed to ob
tain bail in iJiO.OOO last evening mid was
locked up. While nt the station house yes
terday morning he remaiked, "I am not
the nan who got the golden egg and id
though I am In a terrible position, still I
shall come out of this with clean hands."
Late in the evening lie seemed wry down
hearted and gieatly disappointed.
Evidently ni.itteis wcrobciniinlngto look
serious o him nnd for the first time
since the suspension of Hie Trust Company
hu began to ic.ilUe ids position. He spoke
fieelyonall subjects connected with the
case except that he declined to say who Ids
eon fedei ales were just yet-but their Is
no believing what he may do hereafter.
lie dill not admit that he was guilty of
any clime and thought the amount of bail,
50,000 enormously high. When asked to
make a statement of all the facts connected
with Hie case, ho said that he was In the
hands of his counsel and would be advised
by them, lie claimed that as the city had
been paid back all the money taken 110
crime had been committed.
Ho did say positively that ho would uot
be made 11 "scape-goat," When lie docs
make a statement he will make a clean
breast of It and prove that lie was nieicly
Hie tool of others. He said to other par
tics that Spraguu bad been to him before
his aricst and begged him to go away, to
go to Europe or sonicw hero else, that lie
pleaded him but to leave Brooklyn, and
tills he requested with tears in his eyes.
Hodman said he would do nothing of the
kind; that ho would stay and see It out.
He is said to have swindled a Long Island
club, of which ho was formeily the trea
surer, out of i10,000.
Called to an Account.
Nkw Yohk, August ill,
Comptroller Schroder, of Brooklyn, jes
tcrday called upon Hugh McLaughlin,
treasury of the tiro department, to account
for Interest to the amount of .8,(K)0 011
city deposits, which, the Comptroller says,
McLaughlin 1ms appropriated tn ids own
Cincinnati, Aug, !lt.
A dispatch from Pataka, Ind., icpoits
the burning of Bingham A Bros., large dis
tillery at that placo with the bonded ware,
house and other buildings. The total loss
Is estimated nt 50,000. There weie IfiO
hogsheads, 3,000 bushels of corn and !I0 or
40 bnnel of whisky weie burned
Wasiiinotox, Aug. ill.
HIK SKNAIB Tl! VN'spoHTATION COMMll I F.K.
Tlie Senate select committee on tran
sput tation will meet nt the Fifth Avenue
Hotel, New Yoik, on tlie lOtli of Septem
ber and not the fniu Hi of that month as
has been stated. There will be present
Mr. Wliidom, chairman, mid Messrs. Conk
llni:. Conover and Dawes of West Virginia.
MON1IH.V I'AV DItAWN IN ITU..
Witli one exception such ol flic mem
bers of the House of Hepiescntntlvcs, their
term commencing fouith of March last, as
have drawn their monthly pay have taken
lull rate under the new compensation law
the excepted has drawn at the old rate.
SELLING (lot II AMI Ilt VINO HONIls.
The Secietary of the Treasury has direct
ed the assistant treasurer at New Yoik that
during the month of September be may sell
one mid hair million dollars gold on each
Thursday and liny onchalf million dollars
of bonds on the third Wednesday ; in all
to sell six millions of gold and buy one
half million bonds.
WASHINGTON, Allg. ill.
The Hevenue Bureau decides that when
spirits nre shipped lu bond for e.xpott the
shipper cannot upon Hie arrival at the port
of shipment pay tax nn the spirits and lie
relieved of his bond.
San Khancisco, Aug. iKl.
Tluee sheriffs arc in hot pursuit of Hie
band led by the Mexican Valesquese which
murdered three citizens of Monterey. They
have been seen In Herinande. Valley in the
coast range of mountain'.. A reward of
.fl,000 has been offered for their capture.
It wns reported to-day that Sheriff Morse
of Alaniada county had captured one of
Confessed Nathan Murderer.
San Khancisco, Aug. ill.
Irving gives the names of the two asso
ciates with him in the Nathan murder as
Daniel Kelly and Caleb Gcrmlon. He says
Kelly struck the blow, Irving denies that
he was In prison at Hie time of the murder
and says if lie ever reaches New York he
will produce the papers nnd 'memorandum
book which lie took from Nathan's safe
with his own hands.
A Thieving Oik.
Piili.Aiir.LPitiv, Any;. i!0.
The reported robbery of Walter Snow-
den, clerk In the offlcc of Hill & Co., this
morning, turns out to bo no robbery at all.
It was ascertained that Snow den struck
himself witli a diunb-bcll and simulated
tincoiisciousne.-s. After be had been re
moved to his residence the detectives
searched the ofllce and found all the money
under Snowden's desk. About 8 o'clock
this evening Snow den returned to the of
llce to get the money w hich lie had soeict
cd nud wns arrested. He admitted Hint be
was In debt and resorted to (Ids ruse tn ob
tain some cash. He Is now in Hie lock-
From San Francisco.
Svn I'iuncisco, Allg. ilfl.
shock ok v:ai:tiii)C.mk.
A heavy shock or rnrtmpinku ev.
perlenced at the mission nt San Jose jester
day afternoon, causing a good deal of ex
citement, but resulting In no damage. The
shock wns quite heavy at Itedwood City
mid other towns in Hie Santa tiara valley,
south of this point, but very sllsilit in San
Mr. Dubois, his wife and two daughters,
arrested on suspicion of having caused the
death of All dim, tlie Chinese cook who,
according to statements of the family, at
tempted to kill Miss Alice Dubois, hecause
she rejected his professions of love and
then shot himself, aftera full examination
they were acquitted.
From the Hod Hher.
New Yonic, Aug. M0.
Accounts from lted Hiver state that four
miles of Hie seven of the gieat raft have
been moved. Lieutenant Woodruff esti
mates that the woik will he accomplished
by the 1st of November.
Cincinnati, Aug. i!0.
Seven deaths from Cholera have occuried
at Lancaster, Ky. Sixty white families
have lied Hie plat c.
From New York.
Nkw Yokk, Aug. ilfl.
A heavy rain fell all night : wind nortlt
Steamships Vieksburg from l'ort-ati-I'riuce,
and Stnldt from Bremen.
iNcw York Mock nml jtioiiu)' 'Tlurltft.
New Yoiik, August sa
Mocks are very dull.
Hold ranged from US'i to 115,',.
(iovcrnment bonds lire dull and steal'.
Stato bonds quiet.
Money nt 4.'5 per cent.
TUB roltovvlns are the closing quotations ;
U. S, os '61 re? Ill iCloveland. Colum.
U. S. Us 'SI coupon. Wi bus X CM S5
U. H. mos 'ii I reg. . 11014 N.J. central.... lttiVf
U. s. 5-Ms 'li'-'cuup.llti'i Hock Island 108';
IT, H 6-'.'os'04COUp.llI !MII. X M. Paul M
U. H. ft-Ms'ia old. ISSJf do. prereired... TOJv
U. H 5-jos '(is now. Ill IT. W. tW CS'i
r. B twios'i-; llfji do. preferred . so
II. S Mos'to WJVKurt Wayne ni
V. 8 fs new 1141,-Alton and Tcrre
U. s. lo-ios icir....U3'j
11. s. 10-403 eouou.llt)'4
Currency Cs Wy,
Jelaw aro and Hud
sou Cunul US'.
do. nrelerred. . 3.1
Chicago Alton. 104 J
do. preferred. ..Ion
Ohio .V .Mississippi. 30
iii;i.,uick. ,v vvesi.iuu
in nrer Iloslon, llartrord X
Cantdi s Krle t)i
Const lldaticl Coal M1,' C. C. X Indiana
Cumteilaiid is 1 Central 3DV
Western I'ulon c. 11. x o us
Telegraph... ui,1 iiaiinioui x m. jo-
do. nrelerred. 41
Padno Mall 43',
I'nlon imc tic...
! 65 ;
lloston W 11 1 e r
Power . . .
Wells, Kargo X Co.
do. new. ,
United Mates lix
New York Central
X II. It. II 104!,
do preferred..,. It
do. pieferred, 133
La. 6s new
.wicniguu cenirai,. vi
do. 5 s. .
Panama 115 (la, 0s
union I'acinc vov 110. ,s-
uiso snore x .wicn
Illinois Central... 10.M,
Cleveland X I'ltls
Chicago X Noi lli
North Carolina us. I
do. new. 15V
South Carolina 6s.. SJ
uo. new, 14
Uo. shorl 1(vV
do. prerened. 811
,v VorK I'roiHice JUurkel.
Nkw Yohi. August W,
ConoN-Markel Isuuoted ut S0','c. tor mid
mFi5raMke H uuoted as mm will. ,1 lair
export and home trade demand. Itccolpu 13 otu
bins. Hales ls,(mo bbls.superllne state and w,
tein lit tfi.ws4C.6O; common to choke oxtru
statcW.S0nJ.lii: common to choice extra Wcx
tern tcvo.n '.''." : common lo iholce II. 11. o
HVK FLOCK.-MM kct Is Uhclutiifed. "ales 30o
bbls.nt f l.cor,.,u
iiiuin. .Market Ii quit and firm. Hecelpl-.
IOJ.ikjo I111. Hales 4S,oti nt tl.e-l n l.M for new
winter red western ; tl f.7 tor No. a.1llwaul.e;
also 40,ouo bush No. 1 Milwaukee, last hair Hep.
lember, nt II.M tor No. a Chicago.
11VK The market Is linn. Itecclpls 4,000
bush. Sales no bush. Western nt94'i,Dc.
Cons' The market Isn shado Ilrmcr. Receipts
of ifM.Coo bush. Hales of 0,0io bushels,
nt KJofisc ror steamer mixed Western; tv."
coe. ror sail mixed Western ; taatea ror heated.
Hahlkv. The market Is nominal. Hecelpts
o.oou bushels. Hales 0,000 bu.
Oats. Market quoted (pilet. Itecelpts CO.OOO
bushels. Kales 31,000 bush, nt 43':44c ror new
Western mixed; 4M4e ror white Western;
42ia4i'fc. ror new black Western.
I'iiovisions. I'ork (Ulet and weak. Sales
no bbls. ut tl".7tw 00.00 ror new mess ; too ror old
mess. Uecr quoted quiet. The market tor cut
meats Isuuoted quiet.
Lard. Market Is quoted heavy. Sales 110
tierces at 8 J-lce. ror old steam ; sc ror kettle
Iictteh. The market Is quoted nt SAaSte. for
! fair to prime state.
1 Check. Cheese Is quoted nt HSIl'.e. for
1 ralr to prime state factory.
iiiskev. nie market is quoieii ui (i.iva
I. IS l;r trillion rice.
l.'oos. The market Is llriu and quoted at it.
Oitlc. lor rresh.
1'KTiioi.Ki'M. Is quoted at 0.aii',c. for crude ;
1 Jia Olio lor rcllncil.
I'oau Ilomestlc Is quoted at W..'A(l.f'i
ier Ion i-r cargo.
I.KATIIEli. Market Is lu ralr Inolllrv. Iltienos
I A.vres and lllo tlrnnde lljcht to heavy weights
U'..l (II .1 ',! mil-. V llllllll lllil 111,111 UVl"WI
Wool, The market Is quoted more active
and Strong. Ilomcstl"11eeeeMi,ir,:c; iinvvnshed
ii;;,c; nulled ioi.msc.
-Watrhcji ami Jlcurclni.
II A 11, BY A.- 1' A Ii M V. N T h it S
WATCH M A K K1IS .IP.Wr.t.f.lts
S I h V i: It S M I T 11 S .
We have the largest and best assortment nt
Watches ever otTeied In this mnrket.
GUI. II CHAINS.
In large supply, embracing every vuilel o
st)le dcli'iihlc ror Ladles' or (leiilleiueiis' wear.
.1 i: W K L H Y ,
In 1 leh abundance, and more coming.
SlLVKK PI.VTKII ASO STRKI., Kill TIU1.K CSC.
OiiistAik Is large, and we sell at low pi toes.
S I I. V K I! C. O ) 1) S .
sii.vki: spoons op ori: own mani'facti 1:1
liouiiits' HiKiTiiKiis ruTi:n kokics
Tea Sets, Castors, Ac, all the best.
s P K c T A ( I. K s
To lit those who cannot see well.
A new thing without rrames. Very deshable.
Call nnd see for j ourselves at
IIAlI.liV ANII I'AItMKNTKItS'.
17 MKIICIUNTS' IIOH.
yr ,: K" s A' " A 1! 1! K "
AT Nil. 1, (IPKIIA IKH'si: lll.OCK.
Keep a full ussoitiiieiil or the lollowius
iinrsK rr UN 1 sm No nnnos
1'IIKNCII CHINA WAIIK,
T.MII.Ii (II.ASS WAIIK.
SHA RK PI.ATIill WAIIK,
PAINTKII TOII.KT SKTs,
TASSKI.S ANII Cdltlls.
LAMPS AND I.ANTKIIS,
Wholesale and ltetail.
I.AMT CHIMNEYS and lintNKIIs,
Wholesale and lletall.
.Manufacture! s or
MATTIIASSL'S ami I.()l'N(H, and
mayldtl HONK TO OIIDKIi.
Wholesale dealer lu
UALII'OItNIA WINKS ANII I1IIAN1IV
I M CO 111 Ml ASH VVIlOI.KStIK IISllSRS
CHINA ANII JAPAN TEAS.
Thu ultentlou or Town Agcntt, I'll) ul. ins
and Urugglsts Is especially called lo our vv Inos,
as they are uiisurp.isv'd ror medical purisises,
coming from 0110 ot the oldest vineyards In
California. All goods guaranteed puie uml .il
Israetory, or to be leturned nt m i's'iise.
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Faded darnients and Carriage linings (Moaned
and Colored by a new chemical process so that
you can hardly disdlstlngiilsh them from new.
Scouting and pressing light suits neatly oxo.
ruled. Persons having any such Jobs they wish
to have doue, will please call al my live House,
Washington alroct, opposite Town Hall.
All goods sent by Express promptly done and
returned. All work guaranteed.
11 J. KILIll'ItN,
nugMlm Washington street,
PHINTINC1. Sclf.Iuklng Hearl Press.
New and valuablp Invention. Ever' bust,
uess man should have one. Presses and Outfits
from tio upwards. Send stamp tor Catalogue or
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