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VOL. I....NO. urn.
O. T. C It o s s,
Manufacturer of and Dealer In
K'tNl!HCNCI MWIHKIt, SIIINOI.KS. LATH,
CI.APBOAltllS, ANDSPIII'CK I.CMIIKII,
UOOItS.isASlI, BUNDS, MOULD.
1NOS, BltACKKTS, WIN
DOW KI1AMKS A
Villi! Savvlngof utl kinds, I'tntiliitc, Matching
and Olai-liigilono loonier. nrd and Milt Cur
ueruf I nluu irtid Furnace SI reels, near freight
Depot, Itutl.md. l. ttajtittusin.
Ki X. MERRIAM'S
PERFECT FITTIXO SHIRTS
nro more ilurablc, an.l
1'IIKAl'KK THAN ltKADY MA DR.
,s.icnlomeis sa)'. Send trial order,
K. X. MI'ItlttAM,
Jeafdlj Merchants' How, Itutlnnil, VI.
tURTAIX CORXICEsf OF 1H.ACK
J Walnut, or all (lilt, made lo order. Cur
iam Rings, Tassel ami Cord. DRAItBOItN-S
lshow cases" corner, TEdcic
IO and Mantle Shelves made to order, with
1'laln or Moulded edges. BIIACKI'Ts navved III
different styles at DKAHBOItN'S
NEW 5IOl'LI)IXOS FOlf PIC'ITRE
Framing, chromos. Lithographs, und
Dt-.C'lltATIO.V OK CIIfltrllKS, HAI.l.H AND
Oood tlrst-class work at reasonable pi loos.
.Many year experience In the business, come
and see my work
No. 1, Wales, Cor. West street.
JvliMlm liutland VI.
ii. m o it : ii o r s i:,
Opposite Central House - - 111'TI.ANI), Vt.
ltl'TLAND MANUKACTl'ltlNO COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SKAT CHAIHS, DKD
STKADS AND C1IAIH STOCK,
corner of West nnd Forest Sis,
I.. Atwooii, Agt. tl. C. Ileum m, Treas.
J W. K I X (! ,
Manufacturer and wholesale and retail dealer In
SASH, DOOHS, HI.INDS,
.MOl'I.DINC.S, 11HACKKTS, AND HOl'Si: 1T1I
OK KVKKV IIFSCnll'TIOV.
Kt'ltSACK STUEET, ltl'TI.ASIl, Vr.
Orders by mall or otherwise promptly attend
ed to. mjldtf
.i. .t. (juixnox,
BLACKS 51 IT II .
Particular attention paid lo Horseshoeing. All
work warranted. Shop on
WKHT .Sr., NKIR OI.IVKII M IKDI.K WORKS,
mnyldJm HCTI.AND, VT.
THOS. iioss. ' "
LINCOLN IRON WORKS.
Marble Mill nnd Hoisting Machinery of the
most Improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, casting) and general ma
stoel and Iron Wire Mope nt Manufacturer'
liutland, Vt., May 1, 1873. inayldtf
A. II . 1IAWLEY,
vnsru.icToii a so practical si.atkr,
He Is prepared to do all work promptly nnd
well. Orders can be left nt J. II. (llynn's store
on Merchants' ltow, or nt tho liardwell House.
Rrftmvti Hockwood llnrrett.ltutlanili I.. M.
Mason, President of First National Dank, De
Irolt. Mlchlifan; Hon. .1. M. Marvin, Saratoga
TEAM STOXE CCTTEH COMI'AXY,
Sole proprietors and manufacturers of tho
STONK C1IANNKI.ING OK Ql'AltHVINO MA-
For cutting stone Into various Mies nnil.dl
menslons IN AM, KINDS OF Ql'Al'.Iill'.S
OFFICE ANI SHOI'S,
JOHN W. CI1AMTON, Pres't.
GP.OItOK E. HOYOK, Treas.
CHAltLKS CI.AHK, sec'y.
inyl ly OKO. J. WAItDWKLL. Supt.
QCRAP IHOX AND STEEL, OLD
O Marble Saws and Currency taken In ov
change lor Nails at the
majld3m M'TLANn NAIL WORKS.
West of Lincoln Iron Works;
NO.l.l MLKCHANTV HOW,
Iron and Lead Pipe, Portable and stallonaiy Kit
iflues ; notary Hteain, Force nnd cistern Pumps j
Leather and Jtubbcr Uniting; llubber Itosoand
Packing; Itubber Overcoats, Gloves nnd Mit
tens; Steam and Water (lauges; Water, Steam
and (las Fittings, and Fixtures, all kinds; Flux
andSoapstone Packing; Cotton Waste, Plumb
STEAM, WATKK AND OAS FITTINOJ
Done at short notice, and at prices adapted to
liutland, May 1, 1873 myldcm
-pi.UMBIXO AND flAS FITTINO.
COPPKH AND S1IKKT IltON WOItK,
Having leased rooms No. U,, Merchants' ltow,
In Store with II. H. Dyer, I am prepared to do
all work In my line In n workmanlike manner
at reasonable rates.
PLl'MHINO AND OAS FITTINO HOODS
supplied at the lowest rates.
SATISFACTION (I 11 A K A N T K i: D
tr Orders by mall promptly attended to.
s. d. ,ti:nni:ss,
Hutland, May 9. 1S dam
lO PRINTERS AND Pl'HLIPHEHS.
The OLOUK Paper Co., having duplicates of
the following articles offer them for sale nt low
steam Engine, suitable for i mining presses,
Hoe Card Press,
Smith Hand Press,
Iron Frame Paper Cutter,
Two ltulo Mlterlng Machines,
Two Pairs News Chases,
Two sets Column lluler,
And numerous other articles used In a Printing
Q. It 0 V E It 4. II A K E It ' S
NEW IMPROVED UJt'K-STITCH
S K W I N 0 MACHINES.
Makes the stllcb alike on both Hides. Llirht
running, Complete In attachments. For ealo by
Ii. iS, .MI-.HKIA.M
riHINTINO. Self.Inkdiir l'enrl PrcsH,
I New nnd vuliiAbla Invention. Kwrv busi
ness man uUould havo ono. Pressea and out Ills
trom 111) upwartts. Ond Mamp for Cnl aloguo of
Vresses, lpe, Cuts, etc HOLDINO Co., 14
fcuuj' eirejt, D03I0B. aUUI4Unblll,
Watrltcs mul $etvctty.
II A I I, i: Y A- 1' A R 51 E X T F. II S
S I I, Y E II S M I T II S .
Wehaethc largest and best a-ssorttnunt ot
Watches i'erorfen'd In this market.
In large supply, embracing ercry variety o
style urMrable fur Ladles-or lleiitleiuens' weor.
J E W E I. it Y ,
In rli h abmidjuee, and more coming,
SII.VKK n.lTKO ANU RTKKI., (OK TAULk t'SK.
Ourstwk Is large, and we sell at low prices.
S I I, V E It (I O (HIS,
SII.VKIt SPOON'S (IF (II I! OWN MANI'FAdll'ltK.
UOdr.lts' IIUOTIIKltS PWTKn FOURS
Tea Sels, Calors, Ac, all the best,
s P K C T A C L K S
To III those who cannot see well.
A new tlilnjj without frames. Very deMrable.
Call and see for oursehes at
11AII.KV AND l'AUMKNTKHS',
U Mkkchints' kow.
E K K S A- II A It II E It
AT NO. 1, OPKKA HOVSK I1I.OCK,
Keep a full assortment of the following
iiorsi: Fvnxisinxn anoiis.
FRENCH CHINA WAHK,
TAItLK OLASS WAHK,
SILVKIt PWTK1) WAHK.
PAINTKD T01I.KT SKTS,
TASSELS AND CORDS.
LAMPS AND LANTKRS,
Wholesale and lleUill,
LAMP CHIMNEYS and IIL'RNKRS,
Wholesale and Retail.
MATTHASSKS and I.OUNOES, and
mayldtt DONE TO ORDER.
s. -h m"r: SSS
Wholesale dealer In
CALIFORNIA WINKS AND BRANDY
UI'OlirKK (Nil HUOI.KSIIK 1IKAI.EH
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
The alU'utlon of Town Agents, Physicians
and Druggists Is especially called lo our wines,
us uiey are unsurpasseu jor meuicai purposes,
comlug from one of the oldest vlneynrtls In
('fllltorrtlil 411 r...lu ml...n,na.l ..urn .ml UB,
Isfactory, or to be returned at my expense.
o r r I c K ,
CORNER FREIOIIT AND EVELYN, STS.,
(Landon & Iluntoon's Hlock,)
Rutland, Vt. inyiu
UAXTEIt NATIONAL HANK,
II. IlKSHV 1IAXTKII.
J. W. CBAilTON,;
N. T. SrilAUl't, Jk.
W. C. Dl'NTON,
W. C. I.ANUOS.
II, 1'. Ijiruiioi,
1. JS. IIAXTKK,
T. W. 1'AKK.
(I KO. K. ItOVCK,
(iKouni: li, Hont'u,
Made and remitted for at Lowest Rates.
INTEREST Al.tilWED ON TtMK pKrOSITS.
A general Hanking and Exchnngo business
II. IlENUV 1IAXTEK, Pi est, J. N, llAXTKII, V, PlTS(.
Oeokor It. IIottdk, Casliler.
II It O K K It ,
II llliOAll HTHKHT, SKW YORK.
Stocku, Oovernmentfl and Gold bought and Bold
ttr Interest allowed ou deposits, roayiwtt
AILY 8TAOE 1IETWEEN HUT-
LAND AND HTOCKIWIPUR.
etartlnu trom Mir liardwell House,
If Connottlona at fitoekbrldlfp Wlthtittlf
or Rochester ami HetiM' - fc
mjTMJin nvH. TUPrKB, KCiv'r,
rorlcis na grovisionsi.
J & T. CADKX,
Wholesale and Itctall Dealers In
OltOOEKIES AXI) I'ltOVlSIOXS,
CANNKI) FRflTS, 1MCKI.KS, Ac,
AND FANCY HOODS.
AImi, Dealei-s In
DUY HOODS, SHAWLS, DltKsS OOODS,
1IOSIKI1Y, OI.OVUS AO., AO.
All assortment of
(JESTS' FlMtXISMXO (lOOPS
comtanlly on hand.
AOKNTS FOlt M Ml, STKVMKIts TO AND
FltOM KlIltOPK. '
Sl'-DItAFTS FOII ANY A.MOl'NT ON" TDK
1IANKS OF KNOIND, IHKLAND. SCOTLAND
COltNKIl FI1KIOI1T AND KVKI.YN STS.
rpiiE eiiosixo orr sai.i:
Of a stock of
(IKOenillES AXI) I'ltOVISIONS,
DOMESTIC DRY (IOODS,
HOOTS AND SIIOKs
CROCKERY, OLASSWARE, AC., AC,
ii a s e o m .m r. x e r. n .
Will avail IheinseUesot the option unity which
It nords to replenish their slock of household
Jd Kcry article Is sold at oo-.t or less.
PIEASK CM.t. AND IKAliN I'KH'E-.
CI. V. CHAI'MX, .Ii:.,
No. 9, MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLA.NI.
p E T E H II 1 X T E It ' S ,
.M A I X S '1' It E E T ,
Is Hie place lo buy
SUflAUS, TEAS, COFFEES, lll'TTEIt, CHEESE,
FISH, ot nil kinds, OKANOns, LEMONS,
FIOS, CANNED FRUITS,
at lower prices than any other place In town.
Try It and be convinced.
MAIN STREET, (East hide.)
1 857. 1S7!!.
() I, I) It E I) S T O It E .
a nock it i k.h . i xi) i' no i 'isioxs,
CHEAP KIR CASH.
ma) lit Mkrciiasts' Row.
IT L T O N .M A H K K T.
DUNTON i HAYWARD
All kinds of Meats. Fish. Vegetables anil
Fruits In their season.
Klngsley Sprague's lllock, Men-hauls' ltow.
Q. It E E It T U It N E It
HUdMi llKFlXlXil COMI'AXY,
7H WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Offer for salts all the various tirades of Refined
Sugarot Superior quality at tun Low est Market
Prices. A superior quality of While Sugar for
Confectioners Use. Also,
WHITE COFFEE A,
COFFEE EXTRA C,
;Ainl the lower gtadi-s of
J K I, I, O W S V (I A II .
Orders to be addressed to our ofllce In New
York, if wall street, cor. pearl.
Parties ordering 10 barrels can havM them as.
Tkkm8 Thl! ty days, or Cash In "dajs, less
E. fl. UAXTEIt,
T ATTY'S NAHOH PICKLKH.
II crosne & lllackwell's Pickles, Ilalford'a
WorcesterHlilro Sauce, Nabob Sauce, In fact
nearly all kinds' of English Pickles can bo found
TMIUNELLAB. PRUNES. CHERRIES,
XT peaches, lllockberrlos, iiasnberrtes,piums
ItucKluoerrieA, Also, in kiiius oi iruus in uaub.
tor saie ut ii. w maiihiia!.!..
mayjdtwiy Grove street, Jlutlnt"!. VL
J?LK HORN & MAUNOLIA FLOUR
-f very rnoice, tor sale oi
mayldi'Wly II. W, MA11HHAI.L
RUTLAND, VT., TUESDAY MOUN1NG, SEPTEMBER. 2,
(5vor(yifs & Vi'ouisionji.
Clioice IlaKKOil Hams 17 ci'iiN :il
4tlallonsbest Kerosene. ...l ou
in lbs. HonelesH Salmon 1 w
10 lbs. Ijird 1 mi
13 bars Ilabblt's Soa) 1 O)
The best ot Mutter 3u tents
C lbs. best ltnlslns it Chi.
Slbs. Cholco llalslns 1 0)
Tho best Japan Tea sr,cenls
A Sp.endld Jap Tea TO
Oraliniu Flour .1 "
oat Meal 6 '
Suierior Cheese. 14 '
ritl'ITS 11KCKIVKD DAILY AT K.
T. e. uriHiAitn,
JySClif No,. 4T, Mkhi hisis' How.
WHAT I KNOW AUDIT THEM!
The crop Issboit and you will have lo hurry
up or loose them.
I am recelUncr them In large lots dally.
COME O.UICK I AT NOON!
Melons, Apples, Pears, Tomatoes, c.ibhages,
etc., fresh U.illj, at the
O I, I) It E 1) S T o it r. .
Merchants' Row, Rutland, Vt. AugKllm
ML' S (' A T (J It A I' E S
at II. W. MAltsilAI.L's.
alEAS, from r0 rents to t.7i; also fresh
. Oronnd COFFEE, at
II. W. MARSHALL'S
mayldswiy Corner of Oroe and West Ms
UTLAXD MARHLE COMI'AXY,
HOI F.SU F. IlKM Kits is
HLOCK ic SAWED .MARHLE.
IJCAHIIIKS AMI MII.I.S,
J. N HAXTER, Supt. WEST RUTLAND, Vt.
All i he in nilcs of II ill hi ml Marble. In the
shape ot slabs of various thicknesses required
for Furniture, Mantel, unit DecorntUe Work, as
well as Cemetery uses; also Cubic Slock for
Monumental und Ilulldlng purposes, Including
liases. Slrlns. and Posts, may be found on our
yard at all times.
Our extensive arrangements for tho produc
tion of Marble, In tho way of ouarrylng Ma
chinery, and .Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
of saws, place us In position to supply the
wanis or inn iraue. ooieaii- iiuu iifimi
Dealers. Ilnllders. Furniture-Men. and gen
eral Manufacturers will Hud II to their Interest
to faor us with their orders.
RUTLAND MARHLE CO.
jpURM FOR SALE.
The subscribers offer for sale their farm, sit
uated about two miles from the Milage of Hel
lows Falls, on the Chester road, well known
ax t he
JOHN CLAHK FARM,
Containing about three hundred anil llfly acres
ofluud; two dwelling houses, three barns and
two tenant houses, near the railroad track.
The tenant houses are new. The large farm
house has been thoioughlj repaired and paint
ed, w llh new piazza In front and end, new front
lence, an in me inosi siiusiiinuai aim insieiiii
manner, making It u dnslruble lesldenee.
Nearly lliree-foiu lhsof a mile of new water pipe
from n noer-falllng fountain supplies all the
OVER TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
has been exnendeil within the lust two sours
on buildings und fences, besides the tenant
houses. The land Is adapted lo the raising of
all kinds of crops. Some fifty acres lire well
adapted for tobacco. The land Is now under u
goodstato of cultivation, by having been fed
out a largo amount of hay and grain the past
two years, which uas oeen orougm ou ine
place, besides that which tho farm has pro
duced. Tho eastern lluo Is the Connecticut
river und tho farm laying westeily, divided into
pasture and tillage land, with ii suniclenl sup
ply oi woou lur i no premises, niiiiaieu so near
the village ot llellows Falls a tillage growing
more raoldlv than nnv olacn within the State.
and with lis unlimited water power, which Is
lust neing improved, must cominiie lo increase
In u Mill larger proportion In the future makes
It the most desirable farm In these lurts. Pos
session given Immediately, except the mill
yarn, anil null, in one jear. inquire oi uiesuo
scrlbers on tho premises; or Joseph Wilson,
tlrm of J. Wilson k Co., near the ilejsjt ; or Wll.
iter A- Hopkins, at West Rupert, Vt.
WILDER k HOPKINS.
Bellows Falls, May 1, ls73. myl-dtf
(JEOROE C. XEW.MAX,
R E A L E S T A T E 1! R O K E R ,
Ofllco; Derby's lllock, 8d Floor Front,
First class village and farm property for sale
and lo let. Money to loan on notes, mortgages,
life policies and other approved securities,
TTER CREEK FAltM FOR SALE!
In North Clarendon, Vt.. three miles south of
iiutianii depot, on mo roan leaning in .Man
A RARE CHANCE
for an enterprising farmer. Said farm contains
neaily llireo hundred acres, bultubly divided
Into meadow land, pasture nnd tillage land. Is
In a good stato of cultlvaton, with never falling
water at houso and barns, a living stroma run
ning through the entlro length of the farm,
bounded on tho west by Otter creek, within
one-fourth mile or a cheese factory, and ono
half lnllii of postonicc. Forty cows and a team
can bo kept summer and winter.
A portion of tho purchase money limy remain
unuer a mortgage.
For further Information lnoulre of John W.
Cramton, proprietor ot tho llardvu-U House,
jtiitimtii, ii., mi i,i, i. iiiun ii, ui inu I'li'iiiiaea,
(farm of lato Walter itoss.1 uugldtdvvMv
"DASTURE LAND IN PITTSFOHI)
L For sale or rent. Ono hundred and twenty,
mo acres of tlnn PASTURE lirnil located ono and
ono-half miles from Plttstoril Village. Address
or call on K. P. HITCHCOCK", under National
uuim ui illinium, Jim mini I. Jiiujlll
Y E 1 N (1
Faded Garments and Carriage llulmrs Cleaned
and Colored by a new chemtcul process so that
you can uaroiy uisuisvuiguisu iiieui irom new,
scnurinir and pressing light suits neatly oxc.
cuted. Persons having any such Jobs they wish
to hnvo done, will please call at my Dye House,
Washington street, opjioslte Town Hall,
All goods sent by Express promptly done uud
returned. All work guaranteed.
iv .j, iiii.iiriia,
lUigMtut Washington Street.
Ill 'I'M Nil VT,
SooiU stationery, rtr. !
JOOKS, STATIONERY AC.
SPAULDIXO & CO.
Ilae a large stock of Hooks consisting or
of dHIerent;slrcs nnd Jt)les,
Pocket lllbles and Testaments, large and small.
Prayer Hooks, Hymn Ilooks, Devotional
Hooks, and all the popular books
or the day received as soon
JUVKNII.E HOOKS AND TO UoOKS,
(lames, Hackgammon Ilonrds, CliessandClierker
FRENCH ENGLISH and
;of the latest styles, plain nnd tinted.
ISITttl. SriXI'lWI OONB TO OI1UKK.
WRITING FLUIDS. I
Inks In Hlack, Violet, Hlue and Carmine.
Pens, Pen-holders, Pencils, Slates, Pocket Hooks i
and Wallets, Ladles' Porte-mounalea, Brack,
ets. Hall Pockets, Towel Racks, slipper j
Cases, Blacking Cases, Easle's Book '
Slides and Shelves, Jewel stands
aim noxes in curved vtoon,
Match Safes, Writing
Desks nnd Work
Mat ei mis for Wax Flowers, Glass Shades, Vases,
Parian statuary, Bronze Groups
and Vases.stereoscopesanil Vlews,Photographs
Lithographs, steel Engravings
III Voliel, Holly Wood, Ac. All klndsot Picture
Framing done lo order and In the best style.
N K W S 1) E P O T .
Dally and Weekly Papers supplied.
We Invite all wishing goods In our line to call
and examine our stock before purchasing.
SPAULDIXO A CO.,
No. 1. Merchants' How, RUTLAND, VT.
CXCELSIOlt DIARY FOlt 1874
ainiiK I'Al'Ki! cn.riAxr,
General Wholesale Agents for
VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE,
WASHINGTON, WARREN, F.SSEV, AND
...ict.tNTivi" counties; n, y;
Why the Trade give to the Excelsior Diary the
piefereiice over all others.
1st. It Is printed on line lose Hut pair.
III. I II' Sll III' llllllllj Ul Jdjn- IS llSt'U IUIUUKU I
the entire line, giving just as good paper in a
cheap book as In a high priced one.
3d. II Is Hie best finished Diary In the
4th. We give .vou ICtfilHTcient stlesto select
Mb. (inn- a number of the best selling pat
terns ore made by no other house.
6th. The KK-kct-book styles ale all arranged
to suit the business man.
Jlh. Retailers want a Diary that Is neat, at
tractive and saleable.
stb. You will nnd fewer of them among the
old stock of dealers, as they sell better than
any other Diary.
Wb. The salu of the Excelsior has Increased
more than mm per cent. In the last four years,
which tact shows that the retailer appreciates
loth. We give attractlveshovv cards and post
ers, nml plenty of them.
llth. They cost no more, and no less, than
oilier Diaries all lists and discounts being
lilh. 'Ihe Excelsior Is the best Mulling
Diary ofleled lo the Hade.
We Intend to visit nil dealers In Diaries early
In Ihe season. If there are any, however, that
wo do not rearh, we shall be pleased to send
them, on application, a line of samples to ex
amine In comparison with other goods.
Early orders am always tilled complete, while
lale orders aro apt to And Ihe nssortmctl
broken, and frequently the best selllngstyles
used up. It Is agooil plan to put in orders early
as pay-day comes no sooner than with late or
ders. Wo can deliver goods any time nfter 1st
Send In your orders for Ihe Excelsior early lo
THE OLOIJE PAPER CO.,
BLANK HOOKS Are :i specialty with
us. We have nvervtlilnir In Hits line. We
have one ot the best (If not the best) appointed
Blank Book manulactorles In tho state. Every
thing ts new and In good shape, and wc have a
man In charge or It who understands the busi
ness In all lis details. We have a stock of first
class ledger papers, and Inv Ito banks, manufac
turing companies, M'., loexiiiiiiueour siocs. aim
prices. GLOBE PAPER CO,
rp.VOS. Wo offer Dcnuison's Mcrclmu
X (Use nnd Shipping Tugs to Stationers and
Pi Inters at Ik-unison's lowest prices. Send us
an order and satisfy yourselves.
GLOBE PAPER CO.
PRINTING. Anything from a Cnnl to
X u Book, neatly und promptly executed,
We have as good facilities us any other estab.
llshment In the state. It you need unythtng In
this Hue, give us a trial. Satisfaction guaran
teed. GIAHIK PAPER CO
PENCILS. Dixon's Round Qllt Pencils
X are as good as Faber's Hound Gilt, some
say bet ter. If no better, they doservo ravor front
being an American Pencil at lower prtces.
They aro made by the Joseph Dixon Cruclhlo
Co., Jersey city, N, J and we orfer them lo the
trade at their net prices. Try them,
OLOBU PAPER CO,
SWH STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
J comprises a full lino o( Btaple goods,
tlrst-class papers, folded and flat, ruled and
plain, ull weights and sizes. Envelopes of all
grades unci colors, drug. pay. note, letter, on.
elal und document, hU tlrst-class goods and
prices low, urucr it sample lot.
(lU)BE PAPER CO.
mi!E RUTLAND DAILY AND
nt.r.Aii iiiAJiin., viuiuius uii inu laiest
news, Including tho tl-legrums Of the associated
liri.NK. Irii.Al mminviiiriiili.il utntn nmru
No oxpenso spared in (he editorial department!
Advertising rates low, especially for short ad
illlinviiivilin, tflu (UVIO Ul a Ituyvr ILUU VOU
tain more reading matter than ony other In the
"lute. OLOIIK PAPER CO
Merchants using printed wrapplug will do
well to consult us before ordering, a we make
us low figures as New York or Boston Houses,
and give better accommodations In assorting
lots, while a great snvlng can be made on
freight, OLOUK PAl'KII CO,
2'totclj; and Sitting tooiit$.
A II 1) W E I. I. HOUSE,
J. II'. CI.'AMTOX, I'roprittor.
The HAHDWEM, HOUSE Is located opposite
Ihe Dejiot, and has long been favorably known
to the traveling public. II has been recently
Improved, now nlTordlng the best nml most
ample accommodation lo guests.
The TABLE will be supplied Willi nil the
luxuries of the Season, nnd every attention will
be paid to tho comfort of Its patrons.
in the future, as In the past, the Proprietor In.
tends to make it n llrst-cuiss House affording
all the comrorts or a home to the traveler. The
public patronage Is solicited.
A GOOD LIVERY In connection with the
Attentive PORTERS will be found at the De
pot on the arrival ot all trains.
f K X T R A L H O I S E .
LADIES AND CENTS'
DIXIXd ROOMS AX!) RESTAURANT.
Oood rooms with new furniture.
Board by th day, week or month, al reason,
It will be conducted on Hie "European Plan,"
and every effort made to secure I he comfort and
patronage of the public.
Horns Vol! MF.AIS.
HreaUfiisl from U lo 10 o'clock.
Dinner " 11 to !! "
Slipper " 5 "to 8 "
From 8 tn 10 a. in., ami II lo ( p. nt.
J.A. SAI.SRURY, Proprietor,
Rutland. Vt.. Aug. 13, HT:i. dim
J A K E D U X M O It E II O USE,
E. P. HITCHCOCK. I'uiii-imf.miI!.
I. W. PORTER. Mis-kikii.
'I his well known und popular Hotel, situated
on the shores of Lake Dunmore. has been re
cently put In thorough repair. Several new
Collages have be jn built and iievvl furnished,
and will be njs-ned.Iune- tst, fur the leceptlon of
boarders and tourists. ma2sdtf
MMIE EQUIXOX HOUSE, Manciu.stkii,
X Vebuont. Drawing room cars run through
without change, rrom New York to Slanchester,
by 10:40 a ni. train, via N..Y. A' Harlem railroad.
Fussei.gers by lluilson river steamers, h-uuuk
New York ot fl p. m., connect at Troy with s a.
m. train, arriving at Manchester at lu;j a. m
A train leaves Troy ul s p. m. arriving at Man
chester at p. m.
Trains leave Rutland for Manchester at 3 a.
in., V:30 a. m. and f.ir- p. m. On Sundays at 7:30
u. la. Address
J H-..1 F. II. ORVIS.
TpXOC'H .MORGAX'S SOXS"
S A 1' O L I ()
l-t a substitute for Soap for all Household pur
xjse', except washing clothes,
S A 1 O I. I O
for Cleaning jour House will save Ihe lalior of
one cleaner. Give It a trial
S A 1' O L I O
for Windows Is belter than Wlilllng or Water.
No removing curtains and carpels.
S A 1' O I. I O
cleans Paint und Wood, In fact the entile house
better than soap. No slopping. Saves labor.
vou can t anoru in oe wniioui u.
S A P O I. I O
fur Scouring Knives Is better and cleaner I hall
Hath Brick. Will not scratch.
S A P O L I O
is better than Soap nnd Sand for pollshli.g Tin
ware. Brightens without scratching.
S A P O I. I O
Polishes Brass and Copper utensils belter than
Acid or OH anil Rotten Stone.
S A P O L I O
for Washing Dishes mid Olussvvnie Is Invalu
able. Cheaper ttmn Soap.
S A P O L I O
removes stulns from Marble Mantles. Tables
and Statuary, from HanlllnWied Walls, and
Iran China and Porcelain.
S A P OLIO
removes Stains und Oreuse from Carpels and
other woven rubric.
There Is no one urtlcle known that will do so
many kinds of work, nnd do It us well, asS.i
jmllo. Titv It.
S A P O L I O
a new anil wonderfully effective
Toilet Soup, having no equal In this
country or abroad.
S A P O L I O
as an article for the Bath, "reuches
the foundation " of all dirt, opens
the pores and gives a healthy ac
tion and brilliant Hut to the skin,
HAND S A P O L I O
Cleanses and Ueauttlles the Skin,
Instantly removing any stain or
blemish rrom both bands and face.
HAND S A P O L I O
Is without a rival In the world for
curing or preventing roughness
and chapping ot either hands or
HANI) S A P O L I O
removes Tar, Pilch, Iron or Iuk
stains and Grease ; for workers In
Machine Shops, Mines, Ac., Is In
valuable, lor making the Skin
White and Soft, aud giving tn It a
"bloom of beauty," It Is unsur
passed by any ('osmotic known,
HAND S A P O I. I O
costs 10 to IS cents per cake, and
everybody should have It, Vou
DON'T KAU, TO THY TIIKSK GOODS.
Buy It of jour merchant If be has It or will
procure It for you. If not, then wrllo lor our
Pamphlet, " All about saiwllo," and It will be
SO Park Place, Novy York.
IBS E 51 51 A A. L K E,
AUT1UT IN OIL COI.oni.NO,
No, 100 Wkst 3UD sr., Nxw Yoiik,.
Miss Lee ts spending tho uumuicr tu Vermont,
unit will receive orders, correspond, or consult
wiui those desiring Photographs, Porcelain, aud
Ivorytypes, painted In oil. postoruca address,
ftk gtuttnna Jjttihj 6tabc.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER S, 1873.
OVr.lt Till! IlftKDKIt.
I'lrnlo lii Wliltclintl.
Rev. .Mr. Lovvrcy gives to the public the
information through tint Timet thntSkccnV
Mountain is 475 feet high; that "Death
Rock" on tho west mountain, is 7C0 feet
nliovR the level of I.ttke Chainplniii, and
asks if some of tho young wen will give
him Information relative to the geology of
the place. The natural history nf Ihe
Btnte of Xew Yolk, gtves n good account
of the geology of this place ; it is the old
Academy library. Had he been fortunate
enough to have lieen present nt the exam
nation of tho class In geology at the clo3n
of Mrs. Dcwej's teaching in Whitehall,
he might of heard young ladles give the
desired description, hut it is very doubtful
whether he will get It from young men.
True accounts of such studies by Joseph
Hacon nnd Theodore Mcllwaine and a
few others were published In one of our
local papers in 1872. hut these young men
arc gone. If the Reverend Gentlemen re
ceives an answer to his inquiry it will be
tin encouraging sign that there arc some
left yel who know the soil they live on.
The annual picnic nf citizens at East
Crcfk under the management of II. Ingram
Esq., took place Inst Wednesday. The
weather was perfect the attendance larger
nnd the feast excellent.
The array of beauty and refined intelli
gence was remarkable. This remark is
limited to the Iridic). The gentlemen went
for a frolic and left dignity at home. Even
before the chowder could be got ready they
acted as If the old boy had taken possession
of them. They rolled each other on the
grass and in blankets ; jumped like frogs ;
pawed each other like bears because they
were "hungry as wolves:" Scarcely a bat
was left whole ! a rim here and a crown
there to tell the tale, The moral, If at all
seems to be that the minister should not
leave a picnic until it is out; that the din
ner should be ready early; that a law ofll
cer is sometimes lawless, that a certain edi
tor is just as bad, and that they who look
on and laugh aro equally culpable with the
gentlemen who cut up so iiita.
Trotting nt Chif tendril County f'ulr.
Eight hundred and fifty dollars will bo
awarded as prizes for trotting at the above
fair. Subjoined is the programme :
WEUNKStlAY, SKIT. 17.
Purse i150 Open to all horses that
have never trotted faster than S.40. 4-100
to llrst, ijJIO to second, 20 to third.
Purse .200 Open to all horses that
never trotted better than three minutes,
(confined to tho county). 12.1 lo first,
WO to second, if35 to third.
UlCKsDAV, CKl-1. 18.
Purse $50--For double teams. ly'Aj to
llrst, $15 second, 10 to third.
Purse $150 Open to all horses that
never trotted better than 2.50. 00 to
llrst, .40 to bt-cond, iJSO to third.
l'urse.-300 Open to all horses. $175 lo
first, S75 to second, 150 to third.
All entries in the above races to bo
"made with Elilitt H. Taft, secretary, Ilur-
llutjton, on or before Tuesday, Sept, Oth.
Three to enter and two to start. To be
trotted under the rules of the Xatlonal
Trotting association. Entrance fee ten per
cent of purse.
Tin ItitrlliiKtoii Free I'rt-siN llnllil
Extcnivc repairs and improvement hare
lately been made upon the building in which
is published the Burlington Free 'miiiind
Time), nnd on completion of the fame that
paper takes occasion to give an interesting
history of tlfe ouilding, the following ab
stract of which may be nf Interest lo our
The recent repairs and enlargement of
the Fret 1 rest building involved the unroot
ing of tho whole building; the tearing out
of the whole rear Iwnll, leaving four floors
open to the sky and ttorms ; the breaking
"by force anil arms ot mason, carpenters
and plasterers into every room in the build
ing, from cellar to garret, the counting
room on)- accepted. They nre now, wo
ure thankful to say.substantially completed.
We have got through with them without
loss of life or of reason, aud without omit
ting a single iue of any edition of our
tiu: ii. n uiiii.nisii.
Some reminiscences of the old Free I'ren
building may not be uninteresting. It was
erected for a printing ulliee nnd dwelling In
tho summer of 1832, by II. 1J. Stacy, who
about that time dissolved his connection
with Ids senior partner and the founder of
the Free J res; i-iimau i-oote, J-.sq., ami
became sole proprietor nnd editor o( the
paper. He gavo bis personal oversight nnd
assistance to the erection ot the building,
anil we suppose It may be tho oldest build
Ing in the Slate erected for a printing otllco
and used continuously for that purp se for
over forty years, It was a three story
brick building with nttic and basement.
Tlie lower floor, front, was nt first let for n
store, and was sul sequent!' opened by air,
Stacy to the public au reading room, sup
plied chiefly with papers nnd magazine, re
ceived In exehango tor tlio trterress I lie
printing ofllco occupied tho second floor
front, a single room serving lor compos
ing room, press room, job room, counting
room anil sanctum.
Among tho printers were some who ntter
serving an apprenticeship at lype-sctiing,
went tliroiieh college, In our I'lilvcrsitv and
became nftervvard I hrlstlan ministers, law
ycrs and, editors. One of them Is now per
haps the most successful printer and
Dtiblisber In the United States, II. 0.
Houghton, of the famous Riverside I'm
of Cambridge, 5Inss. Rev, Vi V. Atwat-
er. now editor and publisher of the I r.
wont Witiwu, wus also a compositor on
tho Fm 1'reM In Its early days, nnd we
are indebted to him for nn Interesting des-
cr ntlon of tho old establlsbnient. Tho
.!. ...... I i. i. ........ w .,.,,1
IIIUUIIUK "il-s -'Uli-iiacivii vj I'wifju M , "mi
(J (! Ilenedlet In 1H.W. and was tubsc-
otieutly enlarged and Improved In various
ways" for tho business, wltleli In lis steady
growth gradually absorlxsl all tho upaco In
tho building, and comH-lled the present
TIIK PISKSUST iini.uiNn
l nf four stories a slorv lliivlllir I it en ml
le,lu-!t!i ii basement. L-ivlllir live ciltlH.-
elnns Honrs. H lias also been extended
seventeen feet to. the south, to the Una of.
tuo lot, on mo :ano in tuo iiar,. i m Jfj
mcnt extending from street to slm-t, with
vaults under the sidewalk, aud with a icar
hatchway, Is occupied by the vap'r "wo
room, fuel vaults und water closets. On
the first floor is tho counting room, In frout
audthut-U'H'iriK'iin. -M by 23, fc-ct In tUv
rear. Tho Job composing room occupies
tho entire woo:id floor, With the exception
PRICE THREE ...CENTS.
of a room tnken off in front for the uri
viuu iiioiii iii inu cuiiur, unit is uu jeet long
Iiv22 In the widest nart. On Ihe thtni
floor Is a news coinpnslns room .'!8 try 22
feet nnd and two rooms for tho assistant
editors. Tim fourth floor gives us another
light and comfortable composing room,
with a lodging room forn night odror, and
rooms lor storing books.
And without mnenlfvlntrourowti etidtir
encc. wc desire now and hero to cxpiess
our thanks to our patrons, especially to the
customers of our job printingofllrc, for the
patience witli which they have endured
the unavoidably delays In Ihe completion
ot their orders.' We "aro now, al last with
enlarged facilities, in n position lo promise
them belter work than ever befntc.
I'rllnili- a nlstlngiilslieil Sim ul
uii: lTNBiur. op iikv. uu. lonn.
l'iltsflelil In honoring the niemorv of Itev
John Todd I). 1), honored herself,
The funeral of this godlv man b.n shown
the estimation In which hi name was held
by hi tellow.eltl7.ens. The church in which
he preaeheil.wa packed to overflowing i the
prolusion nuinvvers, tuo heavy drapery, the
presencoof distinguished men, all churche.
including even Cnlhollcsnnil Shakers, ret,
resented, show tho tender affection with
which he wa held. Outside, closed stores,
flags nt half-mast, the quiet hush cf the
streets, tell that a godly man has ceased.
For over thirty years ha Dr. Todd lived
and labored among this people, and they
have treated htm with n tenderness and
lovo rarely equaled, providing for him with
a large-hearted generosity after bo had
ceased to be nn active pastor; and his love
for them increased witii tho passing years,
and hi. great deire wa to live and die with
Tho young ladle of the church, knowing
tho peculiar lovo which Dr. Todd ever had
furllnwcrs, have for two year past taken
great pleasure in adorning the pulpit witli
them, and to-day have relieved the sombre
drapery of tho church by most elegant rare
flowers, arranged with e.xqulsitu designs, in
tho finest taste, On the outside of the casket
were a sbcnl ot ripe gram ami a wreath of
laurel, and in his hand he held a palm-
All the detail nfthcfuncr.il were curie, 1
out mot admirably by a committco of five.
including hi ilcneons not nn easy tak,
considering the great crowd present'.
ins portrait, to-day encircled with oak
leaves already tinged by tho touch nf au
tumn, is placed by the side of hi pulpit,
while in letters of gold, above and below ,
are the word (the last be ever uttered, i
"Imry and "Jutrrmating JjOte, constant-I-
on his lips in hi sickness. In accord
ance with one of hi-, lat requests, Itev .
Mark Hopkins, 1). I)., of WlllianWnvni,
was called to preach his sermon, and hi
son, John r,., ct rvcvv iiavon, and three
sons-in-law, were to place hint in the
The sermon of Dr. Hopkins wa, of
course, terse and vigorous, and very sug
gestive. Tho text taken was from ltcv. I'd
chapter and 10th verse: "lie thou faithful
unto death and 1 will give theo a crown ot
life." The whole theory of Christian life i
contained in tlieso words that faithfulness,
which, springing from faith, finds it sup
port in things unseen and eternal. l'irt
fiiithfii'Uhfiilno, strength of body, talent,
genius and power, qualities wmcn men an
miro and seek for, is comparatively for a
few, but faitli is for the race. Hut thU
guiltily rti ovttt only nn pnnilitiftnR which
men arj not always willing to accept. Jlen
arc not willing to yield their will to another.
It is one thing to bo an owner or a proprie
tor, but quite another to be a servant to
carry out tho other's will. Jlen like to be
their own masters, It was tills faithfulness
on the part of Dr. Todd that ha made him
a power in the world. IIo was ordained
forty-six years ago at Groton, having pre
viously been connected with the Harvard
Church, when he, with S. E. Jlorse, was
identified with one ot Hie first Sabbath
school! in the country. In 133'J lie became
pastor of the Edwards Church Xorth.unp
ton, then a new enterprise, who also ate
mourners to-day, remaining there six
years. A pastorate of about the same time
in Philadelphia, and then lie came up among
tilt 'Berkshire hills, tu live and die beneath
the Bhnilows ot the mountain tliat lie al
ways loved so deeply.
He preached bis last sermon in Westtleld
in May, and from that time daily feded, be
ing confined five weeks to bis bc-d. Ho suf
fered great twin, and when last Sabbath
eanio ho was ready for Rest. In one of hi
historical sermons, preached last spring, lu
paiil a beautiful tribute to bis wife, whosui
vives him, who in nil the years of their
companionship had been his faithful guide,
hi tender counselor, his ready sympathizer
when heavy bunions pressed upon him
Pitsfleld ha lost a man who ha given to
it distinction, for he was widely known i i
this and oilier lands. His "Student's Man
ual," id "Lecture lo Children, his "In
ilex lteruni," and numerous other book-,
have stimulated and helped tliouands to a
moro falh'ul ho'y ife. Hi person wa
noticonble tall, dignified, vet delightful a-
a companion and a friend. He was a man
of great Industry, always giving special
prominence lo preaching, an 1 it i no won
iter that yearly li'e went away among the
mountain and the foret lo hold commun
ion with nature, and gamer up strength for
future efforts, lie wrote 1000 sermons, ad
milled by prnfes-lniiiiver 1000 to the church,
baptised .100 children, married I'.OO couples
and nlllelntcd at fl)0 funerals. What n rec
ord of labor, w'l.it nn amount ot anxiet).
what a wealth, i suggested by these fig
ures! He was often called to aihlres lyce
urn, a favmile speaker nt annlv ersnries, an
active member of the A. II. C. M . al
ways wise, judlciou, practical,, forcible,
His request for prayers, sent to the
churches in l'ittlield a few week before his
death, vveie pecullarlv touching and beau
A large number followed his remains tu
the cemetery, two mile distant, where rest
the bodies of dnv. llrlgg. Dr. Humphrey
and other good men ; and bore, nt the grav e.
occurred the most lender, touching scenes
of tho day. Ills old ehssmate, Itev. II
N. llrlnsmaile of Xewark, X. .1., and lii
linniedinlo predecessor nt Pittstlelil. a veil
erable old man, stepped nut from tho crowd,
and, like an Inspired prophet ot old, spoke
in words nf winning tenderness to the tear
ful throng of tho great love of Chrl-t ami
tho honor nf being permitted to serve o
glorious a leader, alluding n beautifully tu
the relations existing between him nnd the
deceased. Then the widow and bereaved
children, nnd the lamb of tho Hock, the
litlle grandchild In its mother's nini, threw
into the open grave fragrant flowers, tilling
the ulr with their odors. The ladies of the
Soulli Church, with a delicate thoughtful
nets, had covered the ground and lined the
sides of the gravu with such a profusion of
evergreens und choice flowers us lo cover
every semblance (if fresh earth, so when
the four sons lowered thu collln it was like
letting it down Into the bed of perfume ami
beauty. And when tho only son, in a few
manly words, spoke nf hU father und thank
ed, the friends for their deep love to him, it
was a sceno never to bo forgotten. And
such a tilbulo was deserved, for gentlemen
ami ladies alike, by their delicate uttentlon
to friends itnd mourners, have won from a
host the words "Heboid, how they loved
So with the shadows of the sunset resting
upon tho summing ones, with here nnd
there upon tho mountain sides flaming sen
tlncls ablaze with the glory of auiumn, the
old hcru was laid to rest, all going from that
tucred spot with the consciousness that he
had ciitured thu laud of fragrunou und beau
ty,.whcru the flowers never fade, nod where
hearts never giovr weary, unit vherq the
Inhabitant never siijs I nm sick I. E, t,