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Nailonnl Mrveiiuei mill llxpcnill
liirr. The IfeW York Journal of Cvminmcr lias
obtained, directly from tlic books of tliu
treasury department, a detailed stntrmcnt
of the receipt? ami expenditure of the
government for the fiscal year which ended
.lime 30th, 187.1, a follows!
From the Internal revenue
I'rom sales ot public lands
I'rom miscellaneous sources
Tor Premium 011 lwnils i 6,lo.9l! w
Kor civil and miscellaneous purpo
ses 7n,njs,iio, of,
1'or wardapartmcnt tn.snj.tis, at
I'or nw tlpnarlmrnt 23,521,250. ,9
37,31 f.ni T4
For Indians and nenslons
Kor interest on pulillo debt itn.
Total oxpcndltuics to,3t!i,2i5 3!i
Subjoined Is a statement of the total re
ccipts and expenditures in 1H7I imd Wii
1S7I. I '72.
Iteoelpt.s IJs.'lJWI.IMISII V3?l,IIN,s,i;ut
Kvpcnrtlluirs sw,tJI,1ss 277,11 1 7,9112 11;
Wc append a statement showing; the
principal of tlieiuhllcdchton the llrt ilnvs
of July during the past four years:
.inly 1, Mo. ,4Mi,en,H3 81
.iniyi, 1-ri, 2,:M,2ii,!'32ii
July 1, ls72, a,M,w,i,njs 7s
Jniyi, is7n, 2,2:1 Msi'i'.! so
This last statement Is made without to.
yard to the interest due and unpaid, or ac
crued, or rash ill the treasury at the datei
naiiicd. Ity adding Intciost due ami unpaid
Hid Intercut accrued, and deducting cash
in tlietreustiiy for the past two ll-ct years
vvc haw the following tcstilt i
'lalanrr ot obligation?, J'.v I, '11, ti,l'.il,lsi;,3i3r.2
tialaiire ot obligations, v 1,;:!. 2,l47,sis,7iitr,7
"set reduction daring 11 ten I c.r .fi3,ini7,i'.30 0:,
lutrrrstlnir ItrllirloM Nlnllsllc.
Mr. Aniusa Walker, gle.iniug from the
census rcpoit, gives the following In
teresting summary of the average wealth
of the dlfleient churches in the country)
Tiie Rjptisl churches average about :!01'J,
The Methodist JI, the 1'ieshv tel luis
come nest at ilfKIS, Connic.itlonal
I'liiversalist tttUttl. Episcopal .rll.O:)!'.
Komaii Catholic lli,'':l. I'nttiii tnii. i'.'O.
4WI. Dutch Itefoiinoil. m 'liol'tiiincd
church of the I'nltcd States,' as they now
cdl llicmsclvcs, 23,l!i.i; The .lew Mi, very
imlurally icprcsentlng great weallh
vviUi their splendid liu'tropolltan syna
ogues, stand al $)), III II, tlic bead of
the Hut. The wealth of the Catholic
churches, remarks Mr. Walker, constitute,
as wo know, they arc, mostly of foiolgn
en, w ho .cannot have accumulated large
wealth in this country, is very suggestive,
inasmuch as It shows the great power of
the clergy of that church have over their
people, ennbllng them to collect sums, cwn
of the poorest classes that seem almo-t
'I'lir Amiienicnt Sousitii In lloslon.
ML'SIOAt. AMI llltVMATIC.
The musical season in lloJton prinuises
In be one of unexampled activity and of
great interest. The two Italian operas, one
under the management of Max Strakoch
and the other under direction of Mux Marct
ok, are to appear during the season. The
.Maretzek Troupe open at the lioston Theatre
October 27th for two weeks. The company
comprises Pauline Lucca, Mile, lima do'
Munka, Madame Natali-Tosta, Signor En
rico Tambcrlik, Signor Vizzani Enrico
Teta, Signor Marl, M. Jamct, Signer Hon
conl and others, and selections will be given
from the following rcportolre : "II. Vnliuto,"
'Othello,""IlTrovatore," "Don Giovanni,"
"The Huguenots," "ha l'rophete," 'Lo
hengrin," "Faust," "La Fnvorita," "Mig
non," "La Somnambula," "Lucia," "Mar
tha" and other standard operas, Tito Strn
koich Company does not appear in opera
until February 2. The troupe, embraces
Madame Nllsson liouzeaud, Slgnora Tor
riani, Signora Maresi, Miss Anna Louise
dry.Slgnor Campanini, M. Victor Capoul,
Signor Ilonfratclli, Signor Maurel, Signor
Do Pcrente, Signor Scolari, Signor Xan
etti, and others. Their reportoiro enibraees
the following in addition to those of the
other troupe: "Kobert," "Le Xozzedi
Figaro," Dinorah, "Lucrezia Jiorgia,"
"La Traviata" Ernanl," "Higoletto," Ver
di's "Aida." No engagement has yet been
made for the Clara Louise Kellogg English
Opera Troupe, now forming. The Aime,
Opera Ilufl'e Troupe will appear at the llos
ton Theatre sometime during tho season.
The Howard Musical Association will com
mence its ninth season of Symphony Con
cert", Thursday afternoon November Cth.
Two concerts are to be given at fortnightly
intervals, as heretofore. Theodore Thomas
is to give a course of eight concerts, be
ginning the last of November. The Han
del and Haydn Association will givu its
annual Christmas oratorio performances
Saturday and Sunday evenings Dec. 20 and
21. lis Triennial Festival conies oh" in
The Xoston Journal says there Is a strong
prob bllity that another musical festival
will be given in the course of the winter.
Hoston is now circumscribed to three
theatres, through the burning of the (Jlobe
and the conversion of tlu St. .lames to
huslnes purposes. The regular reason at
tho Hoston Thentru begins this Monday
evening, Sept. 1. Stars aru lo be the chief
attraction during the season, and among
those who will appear are Jtooth, Clianfrau,
Florence, Signor Salvlnl, .Miss .Maggie
Mitchell and Lotta. The opening will be
by a stock company under management of
L. It. Shcwell, In tho scenic drsniii entitled
"The Folaris." The leading members of
the company are Air. Shcwidl anil Mrs.
Barry. The Iioston Museum nlo opens
on the same evening, and will present sev
eral of tho old standard comedies like "Lon
don Assurance," "She stoops to Conquer"
and "Wild Oats." Tho stock company will
embrace Mr. William Warren, Charles Bar
ron, W. J. Lemoyne, Miss Annlo Clarke,
Mrs. .1. Vincent and Miss Susie Clucr.
The Howard Novelty Theatre are already
open to the public and the present week, an
entirely now company made up of the best
American and European variety talent are
The undersigned would most renpectfullv In
IS.'S'.'y? Pu.bl'. that lie win open on or about
September 1st, In Stalej-a building,
37 t'KNTKIt HTHKKT,
ftSffn i,1!S.rcha,,.t J"rlnr E-slabllshmenl.
in . ? 5..lwen connected w HU aomti ot tho lead
non0UbulfflrU?I.iiN',wkV.or,c na ,,0'i"",. "berc
?o ha. h?t,'nls''s Wpmb employed, I claim
comKiwhUnCLCIIpe.r,ence as enables mo lo
KM'i? "?.ln my llno ot business.
UuE StoS v,ma,! always on band,
anoornlni oW. ot. Wait Jackets
Butlanil,Vt.,Aug.80,W3, P " SMIT,r-
TAvS?;7TlVo -S?" nnnlBon"fl Tags to
uiaiuk PAI'EU CO.
BOOKjnmlNQ.Ve are now rcmiv
fUfwett e orawi tor tat kinds ot work y
OI.OHK t'APKIt CO.
totlitafl & uvnijshinrj (So-Jits,,
ATEB' HOUSE CORNER.
r: i, o t ll l x (i.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS AND OA PS
. AT COST
I'iilt THE NEXT 10 PVYS
lo make room (or
I A I, I. ! O (l I) s .
.MAMiN .V JK.KKOWSKI
1 HEAT REDUCTION IN PHICI'.S.
c I. o T II I N t:
COST AMI I.KS THAN I (1ST,
fur the nel
T II I H T Y I) A Y S
lo make room ror
I' A I. t. (I o o 11 ,s .
A fiitl'line or '"'
gents' I'i.'i'tNisniNt) goods.-
A. (). CUNNINGHAM.
No. r. ckntkk Sr., Opixisltethe Iiepot.
oois and .Shoes.
Q.HEAT CLOSING OCT SALE
I! O O T S A N I)
All kinds of Summer noods a cost or less, lo
in ike rnom for a
KAI.I. LINK 1 1
Now Is tho Hint) at No. C to?et shod for a
small umotmt ot money.
i'IiIIiIiimi and .Misses
at : low ilsruie.
CAM. ANIl SKK KOI I YoriSHKU',
A new stock of lllaeksnillh'sApronsJust airlved
at No. 0 Merchants' ltow,
O. W. (JIIItlllHIt.
I! E A T It E I) V C T I O N
The great excitement now prevailing In Hol
land Is, where can a Man, Woman or Child get
the best HOOT OH tsiltlK for the smallest
amount of money.
Now, fltlrcna of Hutland and vicinity, 1 claim,
and do also stnte. ttint I run sell vrm iiiiithlnir
I usually kept In a llrst-closs Hoot aud Hhoo Store
as cueup, or even cneaiier, man can oe lounu
tills side or Hoston or New York markets.
1'. S. IMease call before purchasing else
where, and 1 think that you will bo convinced
(before leaving) that tho above statement Is
correct. Yours respectfully,
tV. K. ltoss.
No. ft, Merchants' ltow, llutlanil, vt.
More;iorineilj occupied by French Harrows.
rANTEI). - Wholesale Purchasing
T Agents for the Bartrain Sewing Machine
liuiiln at ll.uibury, Conn. The latest and best.
The stillest, fastest and easiest lockstitch, Belf.
setting, straight needle machltielu the market.
Hotter terms than any company Address,
JOHN A. DOIli:.(ii:uerul Agent, Dnnbiiry, Ct.
r ANTED. All men wishing to make
money to send tor a pamphlet contain
ing Instructions, Ac, , which everybody should
know. .1. c. TII.TON, PirrsBum, pa.
WOOD CHOPPEHS WANTED TO
cut Mio cords of hard wood In Meudon.
Apply to Oko. W. 1'inel.iN, .la., Merchants'
yr A N T E D
Two active and eneigetle
LIKE INSUHANtJE AGENTS
to solicit for one ol the oldest and best .o
IX tills coc.MiiV.
Commission or Siilur.v will be p.ild as can lm
IIIK IIKST TKI!I!I10I!V IN TIIK .sr.M'K
can he secured lo resimnslble men.
Address, with reference,
BOX 111.1, Hutland, VI.
Aug. 13, 1S73.
T O YES.
Ci:i.Klll!ATKD KAHMKKS' AND MKCHANICS1
C O O K S T O Y E S ,
WITH KbKVHAI KM OVKNS,
are now being made at the
I'lTTHKOltD Ft' It .SACK.
Also four Nl7.es of
' i. v r a j) ji o a' .s r uvk s .
Theso Stoves belug made of tho Plttsford
tharcoal Iron will out last any otherstoves
inane, and w II be sold as low as stoves mnde
of hard coir Iron. Apply to.
nugawani Pinaioan, Vr.
r pAGS. A c liuvo now In stock nn assort
O. ment of Dennlson's Patent Direction
Ulx'ls aud Merchandise Tags, which wo will
sell at manufacturer's prices.
We liavo also a good stock of ".Phillip's Se
curity Hook-Tags," a very convenient and ser
ylccablo article for merchants. Among its ad
vantages are: floods can bo more readily mark
ed than by any other moans; the tag Is so Be.
cureiy locked that It cannot become detached
from tho goods; no chanco of tho tag becoming
detached from the hook; no points projecting
to tear other goods or your lingers. They are
Bate, strong and cheap. Call and examine
them. OLOUK PAPKK CO.
ntfl tviiv nnrvimiii'v
JL MEN, 1IUTCIIKHH iC. W
UN, 1IUTCHKH8 4C.-V"e offer tho lare.
of Wrapping Papers, Paper Bags, Flour
.nil .Twines, to bo found In the State.
est line or '
Ilest quallty'manUIa, best quality bogns man-
111a. Mtrat iiuuiiix Hiraw paiicr, an a17.es and
weights. ' Best quality paper bags and flour
sacks warranted rull alio and full weights. No
Bcrlmplng. We handle these goods In large
quantities,' and our prices are as low as others,
selling same quallly of goods, bend us an
rtLOIIE PAPEIl CO.
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
No. ISO I!i:omiwv, Yoiik,
Has liiroiiie Hit' impnl.ir hire Insiiralii'ii
Cinnpili) III III" urn III.
.SSKT.S IH IT '.'0,0,)II'I1IIII
tMOMK . . HMnjm
New business iliirlii llicjear ls7Jni Hie (nin
panics leprescnti'H In lltillninl.
Kift-iTAHi : fM.'jIl.o;:!
Mutual 1,110 .1l,!'J,77.'i
I'llil'IlK Mlllll.il IM.TM.iai
MllsMicliiisrlls .Mlllll.ll fi,4l7,7MI
Noltll AliU'lU',1 l.ilil.lT.'.
i.iei. tiivi-oitv iiiitioi 01 iikikiii.nck:
.Inlin N. Ilaster,
Kredk. l liatlte,
N'er. 1. Minous,
.lohn A. Vend, .M.H.,
Cnl, W'.li. Vlle,
Iim'I M, lUvi n,
lil'H. II. Itottlllll,
Charles I,. Mtlmsuii
.I0I111 V. L'raniton
IiiIiii A. Mielilon,
Nicholas I.. l)a Is.
MAsoN jt VA1()II.V,
Itt'ltXHAM a- TEMPI. I!.
VV'e are Agenls fur I he following Mist cl.iss
Klre Insiir.iin-e Ciiiupaiiles,
Aetna Vssets, fr,,ono,ooo
Imix'ilal " s,wsi,o(i
Home, .N. Y " 4,wsi,uoo
Ho.v al 1H,IMI,IKJI
Hartford " tt,sai,si
Insurance or No. Aineileii, I'lilla. " 3,sso,noo
Krimklli " ::,40o,ooii
Phenlx, X. Y., " '.'.ooo.tsxi
l'ho'tilx, llarlfonl " 1,000,000
siirlngtleld ' i,sio,sio
Natlnual, ll.olfnrd " sihi.issi
These are the best known of all the companies
represented In Itiitloiul, and since vu have
represented them they luttr ini'il itwiewiHty to
(he citizens or Hutland and vlelully than nil
t.thef rmt,jHXtt!ri cmnbiiir.!.
This lecord proves their stability anillhelr
willingness to pa all proper claims.
We confidently expect n continuance 01 the
liberal pati'nnai;e which these companies have
We also represent the Travelers Life and Ac
cident Insurance Company. Wo Klvo a better
mid cheaper xio.v Hull anv oilier Lire com
pany. Call and sec,
HUHNIIAM i TK.MPI.K.
Onice, opera House, Hutland, Vt.
tovt$ and Sin Wave.
jy'NN A- CHAMTON,
M.iniit.iclurersi'l .ill klinlsol
Tl N WA It E,
and dealers In
I'l.ANISIIKI). H1IITAN.NIA. JAPAN.
ANIl WOODHN WAIti;s
of every ilescrlptlon,
HIIOOMS, HHl'MIKS AND HASKK'I's.
and a general assonment of
IIOCSE KCHN'ISHING GOODS.
Mieohil r.iellllles for Jnblilng all kinds of
. WOOPKN WA1IK,
'I IN ANIl (IUVSS W.MtK.
if.Wl kinds of hviitkii taken In evi hamre for
NO. II MKIK.'IIANTS' HOW.
Hutland, Vt., May I, IS73. myldlf
E M O V A L .
S. (I. staley, of the late tlrm of SlaleyIJi
plncott, has removed Ills business Horn No. 37
Uenter St., to No. 12 Merchants' How, where he
lias formed n Copartnership with Messrs. Dunn
& uranium, under Iho linn iinme of S. (I. staley
Co. Ho will bo pleased to see all of his old
customers, and as many new ones as will favor
lllm with a rail
J G . S T A L E Y A- CO.,
No. 1J, Mkhciusts' How,
.jTOVES AND HOT AIR FURNACES.
I The Stewart and New American Cooking
Stoves, for Iwlliwood and coal, constantly 011
hand. - Manufacturers of ami dealers In
, .COPPKII, TIN AND SHEET IHON W'AHK.
P L U M 11 I N t.
In all lis branches,' Hath Tubs, Water Closets
J (lasandWalei Piping, and Killings of
TIN HOOK1NO AND JOHHINO
Of alt kinds promptly attended lo. None but
skillful and reliable workmen employrd.
j A I.I. W0HK rAllllA,Th'l
KKVIEUIKK, i nOORS NOIlTIt OK TIIK OfKIU IIOrSK
DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1873.
THE SUnSCHIHEK having achieved
womotlilriff of u reputation 01 a
P H O T O 0 It A P II E It
In these fulteil Slates ot North America, re
turns thanks for the
by the whole peopl".
Maklaif rirM-Oliisa work, my speciality I
would Invito, ns iiinnj of you wlshlnir that kind
of work, to hnrf a hand "ami help as boost the
I iilittr aloui;.
The Itimiii Is newly ii'-lllled anil le-fnrnlshed,
and mi wllltlnd II ipilleplensant lo whlleawnv
a few Heeling iiioinenls 11s hi! ijo I rai 011111011, '
You will iinil no
I'lll.'I'H.VISs ANIl Kill MION I'lllM KI.MNS
iiimle 1111 In iili Msi' ull ami ul less lutes than !
'vim. Si, (mk iiso or pains spnl'sl In Tools
(.'lifinleiit hi iiii.i llibigotn; In make tip
A (iOOD LIKENESS ,
as ll l nn imilliiu pie w, If I On nut iniike a !
Hllll IIIK KXCHIIIKNCK OK KllllllKKN VKAIW,
mill most of tliul time In llutlanil, 1 Hatter mv i
t si ll Hint I ii in wimt am,
A MVIXd IHUl AMONUHT Yfl?. I
It O 11)14 is' I
(' I, A UK'S 11 I.-O C K , I
(Coiner Merchants' How and West Street,) 1
JAS. O. MKtiltKI.I.,
Cms. A. WiUJtu.s,
OAltHE ACADEMY. llAHUE. VElt-!
X) MONT. .1. N.HrAi't.DiNO, I.U1).. Principal,
A. II. Kimuai.i., A. II., Assistant Principal.
It Is the design or the Instructors 10 furnish
tiling men and ladles the most ample and
thorough culture In preparation for college or
business. The philosophical ami chemlcnl an.
parol lis Is extensive und treely used. Hoard, I
including room, washliignnd Ironing, from $3.(10
loU.OO per week. Kali term begins Aug. tll,
IS73. Korcataiogue&c, apply to 1'ilnclriil.
J.v ldiTu'eFrlBwA'wr.t j
EDUCATIONAL INSTITCTE. I
The Kali Term of this Schoolvvltl commence
Tl.'KSDAY, MKPTEMHEH K.TII, H73,
under the tuition of Its former teacher,
MISS LIZZIE P. MEHHIM,,
vi lib competent Assistants.
1 lustrud Ion Is offered In Common and Higher
I KiiKlisli (tranches. Mathematics, Irelich, ljitlu
1 and Herman.
. (loixt board In private families at reasonable
Persons desiring lo p.ilronle this school cu 11
i obtain further Information liv addressing J
1 wn.DEi:, yest import, vt.
! lteference Is had to former patrons and the
following gentlemen who have attended exam-
I lnntlnns of this school: .ludah Dana, A. M
. l'rlnclpal of Hutland High School; Hon. Henry
Clark, Member of the Hutland Hoard of Kilucu-
, lion: Hev. It. Hayden, West import. Vermont:
Dr. V. H. Ma nam, Salem, New Y'ork.
t ASTI.ETt )N SEMI NA H Y.
The next Term Hill commence on the 4th of
TELKOUAI'IIY sHI.I. TAI'lllll'.
This nlil nml well L'linti-n Inutllnllnn I kllll
I In successful operation, with a rull corps or
leiieners, inr reparinir jounff men lor college,
or ror business, and offering unusual facilities
In Music, French, Drawing and 1'alutlng, and
other accomplishments to young ladles.
j STATE NOHMAI, SCHOOL.
I ree Tuition Is ollered to all who graduate,
and a thorough course In branches required br
I tho state, together with theory and practice or
I teaching. Hkv. H. (1. VII.I,!AM.S,
, JUKH AND HUHTON SEMINARY.
Kail Tetui begins August soth. K.xcellent
, opnortiinltles for joung men preparing ror
College. Superior instruction In Music and the
; ornnincntnlH. Terms reasonable. Send for a
Catalogue and Circular.
II II. SHAW Principal.
.Manchester, Vt., July 14, ls7. Julylswcvv
! A M1I.1TAHY COI.I.I'lii:,
KSTAHI.1SHKD IN 1KH.
I Has a Preparatory Department, thorough clas
sical, sclentlllc and military Instruction, good
discipline. No students under 14 years of age,
j admitted. Send for circular. Address,
. l'HOK. CHAHLEH DOLE,
Next term begins Aug. USth.
Heferenci-s Hon. S.M. Dorr, Charles Clement,
Hen. E II. Hlpley, Hutland. Jylidim
riMIE FALL TERM OF THE HUH
X .INOTON, VT., SCHOOL
for young ladles, will open on
WEDNESDAY, SEITE.MHKH loth.
I A limited number of lioarders taken Into the
I Principal's rumlly for the year.
! For ti'rms apply to Die Principal.
I Heferences President Angell, Ann Arbor,
I Mlch.j Prof. M. Petty, Burlington, Vt. 1 ltev.j.
, II. Worcester, D. t)., Hurllngton, Vt. : Chief
Justice Plerpolnt, Vlrgenncs, vt, ; Hon. II. A.
! Hurt, Swanton, vt.
y A L LINO F O R I)
WHAT MAKES THAT ItOOM SO CIIEKHKUL
AND ATTHACTIVK t
Why, Iran I ell you; It Is hung with pictures
NEW PICTIIHE OALLEItV
A. HILL c HON
last month. It Is up stairs, Just back ot the
Millinery Department, and they havo sot a
beautiful assortment, at very reasonable prices,
and will sell even the most attractive. You can
get Fit AMES, also, ot every alio and variety;
so carry your pictures to them and have them
fram?d to beautify your homes, call and see
their fiOc. Hustle Kramcs. This room also con
tains an elegant display of
PAPEIt HANOINOS, HOHDKItfl, ETC., ETC.
All new and attractive Patterns. We have re.
moved our Oil Cloths to this room and added a
few pieces of woolen carpeting at very low
prices; also, Hemp Carpet, Stair Carpeting,
Hassocks' Mats, tc., Ac.
We trust our customers will not go elsewhere
to buy Summer tloods "at cost," as wo shall sell
for the next thirty days our entire stock of
PHINT.S, DItKSS GOODS, SHAWLS, SHOES,
CLOTIIINO, FANCY HOODS, ETC.,
at greatly reduced prices. As low as they can
bo bouitht In the county.
ball and examine our elegant SUITS for the
lmys, who will attend the (Irand Heunlon.
Come and "dress up In style." our stock of
(UtOCKIIIES, KLOUlt, ETC.,
was never more complete. We can, as over,
give you bottom prices on Sugars and Teas.
Having received a now Invoice of our famous
Jlc. Tea, we can glvo a better bargain than ever
for that money. Hiinemlier we Gave tea for a
lower IKrure. but this Is (IOOD TEA. The only
complaint of tho housekeeper IS, that It has so
many "visitors" In It.
We have a few HATS and BONNETS, which
we will sell at cost (or less) to close.
our MILLLINKKY business has been so en
couraglng that we shall continue the depart
ment through next fall and winter, so the ladles
can look out for new styles as soon as the sea
son opens. "Yo shall improve our assortment
as we see the trade demands tt-doltig all we
ran to accommodate our trade,
A. HILL & SON, WALLlNOKOItl),
1DEN0ILS. Dixon's Fencllii. made
J. '.'the 1'nlled Slates, are much superior to
;L -' T f -i" t .1- -I, .,.v.,. ,j
A N D 0 N & II U N T 0 O N,
Wholesale and ltetall Denlers In
IIMtN, STEKI,. NA1I-S, Ac. Ac, An.
SiiiPial AA-oitinrnl of
H K I, T I N ll, LAPIS 11.3 tr.
TIMOTHY, CI.OVEH. AND ALL
NOVA SCOTIA PLASTER.
UHlt SIANI'KACTIJHINH CO.'S' POt'IlltKTTE.
1 mi. I INK OF
0 H E A P F O R C A S II
RARRETT'S OLD STORE,
r. 1 "
y I j.
BIIILDEH8 AND CABINET
WeymouLh line Vlnlshlng and Empire Cut
Nails, iron, steel, chains, Ac.
fiteel, Iron, licks, Ames' Shovels, Blasting Pow.
der (government proof), Fuse, large
lllrlll Files, Steel Striking Ham
mers. Handles. Re.
MANILLA HOPE AND COHDAdE.
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Shears a nd scissors.
Parlor Furniture, Center Tables, Mirrors, Ex
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Spring Beds, Bureaus and Chairs.
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CAR IMG T S .
Velvet, Brussels, Tapestry, Threo Ply and In.
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It IssiHrlally udniiti (ltoconstltiitlons"worn
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Spring und Summer, when the blood Is not In
active circulation, consequently gathering Im
purities Inmi sliigglslinessaiiiilmperfecl action
of the secretive 01 guns, and Is maiiirestcil by
Tumors, Eruptions, iiioli lies, polls, Pustules,
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active, producing weakness of the stomach and
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Purlllcr, Tonic and Deobslriicnt knonn In the
whole rango of medicinal plants.
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THE MIDLAND ItAILWAY Is an enterprise
of National Importance, nnd the Stock and
Bonds soon to tie placed upon the principal
Stock Exchanges, w 111 bn as freely dealt lu ns
thoso ot tho New Y'ork Central, Erie, and Penh,
sylvanla Central ltallroad Companies. Five
hundred nnd eighty-eight miles of Its railroad
are now completed and In operation. Continu
ous trains are running from New York lo Os
wego, and on the Western Extension, towards
Buffalo, the company Is running trains S5 miles;
tho remainder or the distance, 120 miles, In Buf
falo, Is In course of rapid construction, nnd It
will bo completed within one year. The New
York nnd Oswego Midland Hallway will be one
of the most profitable Trunk Lines running out
of New Y'ork.
5 0 , 0 0 0 , 0 0 0.
Wo coiitldciitly believe that lifty millions of
dollars will lie mnde by the stock and bond
holders In this road vvltlitn a few jears bv the
rise In the value of the property.
The selling valun of tho stock and
oonusoi ine ew vorK central
und Hudson ltlver Knllroail Is
The selling value nt tho stock nnd
iHindsof the Midland liallwa)
Companies including suniclent
to complete single track to Buf
falo, unit doulilo track east of
Mlddletown, Is $:!I,(iki,hi
Length of New Y'ork Central aud
Hudson ltlver railroad from New
York Centra! Depot to Buffalo. 45.1 miles.
Length of the Midland railway,
Jersey City to Buffalo, via Mont-
clalr jss miles.
Saving over tho Central rou'e 70 miles.
Saving over the Erie routcf 3S miles.
This difference of distance in favor of the
Midland route must always cnablo It to com
pete with the other lines advantageously as to
freight, und ought to glvo It 11 larger share of
tho passengers than any other line. The caily
completion of the Western Extension, from
Sclpio Centre to Buffalo. Is ensured bv tho suli
scriptlons of capitalists to a syndicate formed
to purchase t3,ooo,ooo of bonds from the com
pany. Tho syndicate has guaranteed to ad
vance further menus, if wanted, to complete
this road. We oner for a short time. New Y'ork
& Oswego Midland Hallway Co's First Mori gage
Seven Percent. (told Bonds, Western Exten
sion, atS7 1-2 aud acti ued Interest In currency.
We are sole agents ror selling Jersey (ity A
Albany ltallroad company's 7 per cent, gold
bonds at so and interest In currency. This road
Is now In operation from Jersey City to Tnppan.
town, a distance otai miles. Nine miles fur
ther are graded, on which Iron Is being laid.
The road will be completed to Haverstraw- wllh
In a year. These bonds are only issued on com
A specialty will bo made of tho stock and
bonds of tlin follovvingcoinpniilcs ! New Y'ork
Oswego Midland railway company, New Jersey
Midland railway company, Montclalr railway
company, and Jersey Lily Ar Albany railroad
company. We have now on hand a limited sup
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All bonds nnd stocks xnovvii In this uiaiket
will be bought and sold, for cash, 011 orders for
Inuestors or dealers. Wo solicit permanent cor
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bonds. D. E. Cl'LVKH At CO., Hatikers,
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On and after Mondn, June l, Is7:i, tinlus
will run as follows, (Sundays excepted t
IIOINO SOCTII AMI KVST.
Leave Hutland at H;MI and 4:non. in., nml 1-2:1 11
and r.:() p. m.
MAIL. Leave Ogdensbiirg al :iq p. m St.
Albans at C-M a. 111., Hiirlliiglon al s:ln a, m
Poll Henry nt 7:m n, 111., lluthiiul at l'2:inp.m
Bellows Kails nt H:So p. m., airltlng at New Iin.
doiinl :.n) p. 111., connecting with steiimer for
NEW YOUK EXPllESM.-Leuves.St Albans at
9:00 a. In., nurllngton 10:?0 a. m., arriving In
Hutland nt H:.vi p. in.
NKlllTHXPItESS. leaves OgdeusburgalU:
3.', p.m., Iiattsburg 3:30 p.m., .Montreal 3::io p.m.,
St..lohns4:Mip. m St. Albans 7:ao p. in., Hur
llngton ti;in p. in., Hutland U:M 1., Bellows
tails, :i:r. a. in., arriving at New London at 11:15
MIXED THAIN. Leaves Hiirllngloii ut 5:00 p.
m., arriving In Hutland. at 7:10 p.m. leaves
Hutland at 4::to a. in., Follows Falls 7:45 a.m.,
(accommodation traln),arrlving at Now London
at 5:10 11. in.
MIXED THA1.V. Leaves Itullainl ol5:oo p.m.
arriving In Hollows Kails at 10:os p. m.
leaves Itiitlaud at 1:13 nnd f,:to .1. m., and too
anil 5:05 p. m.
MAIL. leaves New London at 5:00 a. 111.,
Sprtnglleld s:on a. m., Boston 7:S0 a. m Bellows
Falls 11:15., Hutland !:.H) p. 111., nrtivlng at Port
lleniyat !:oo p. m Hurllngton 6:00 p. m., St.
Albans cuo p. in., Montreal :45 p. m., Ogdens
biirg 1:15 a. in., milking connections wllh trains
Tor thn West.
KXPHEss Leaves Hutland at twis p. m., St.
Albans nt S:55 p. m.
NKIHT KXPHESS. leaves New London at
2:15 p. m., Sprlnglleld nt s:ls p. m connecting
with iraln lenvisg New Y'ork at 3:00 p. m.. Bel
lows Falls 11:20 p. ni connecting with train
leaving Boston nt 5:30 p. 111., Hutland 1:43 a. 111.,
Builiiigton 4:40 a.m., St. Albans :lo, nrrlvlng
In Montreal nt 9:45 a. m., Iiattsburg at l!:0O m.,
and Ogdensburg nt I2::w p. m., connecting with
trains for the W est.
MIXED THAIN. Leaves Hutland nt 5:40 a. m.
Leave Burlington at 9:30 a. In., St. Albans 12:00
111., ai riving in Ogdensburg nt Sivip. m. and St.
Johns 111 3:Mi p. in.
MIXED THAIN. Leaves Bellows Falls at 4:30
a. in., arriving In Hutland at 9:20 a. m.
ACCOMMODATION. Leaves New London at
a:Hi a. 111., Bellows Falls earn p. m., arriving In
Hut land nt 9:35 p. m.
Trains leave Hurllngton going east, for Mont
poller, Ac, at 0:55 a. in., 12:30 p. m. nud 7:55 p. in.
Trains leave Bellows Kalis going north, for
While ltlver Junction, Ac, at 8:3o a.m. nnd
11:15 a.m., and ran nnd 11:20 p. in.
coxs'KCTioss. At Hutland with Hensselaer &
Saratoga and Harlem Extension Itallroads; at
Bellows Falls with Cheshire Ilallroad; at South
ernon with Connecticut ltlver ltallroad.
57Meeillllir cars are attnelieil In uli.lif trnlna
between M. Albans and Troy, and Burlington
and Hoston. HYI.kS MEHHILL?
St. Albans. Vt.. June 3d. 1973.
ARLEM EXTENSION RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF TIME.
1S73. M'MMEIt AltHANOEMENTS.
On and after Monday, June 2nth, 1972, trains
will tun as follows:
MIXED. Leaves Hutland at 3:00 a.m., con
ned ing nr state Line with train for Troy.
MAII Leaves Hutland 9.30 a. m., and mak
ing close connections nt Chatham 4 Corners
with trains lor New Y'ork, Albany, Hudson, and
both east and west on H. k A. 11. 1U
MIXED. Leave Hutland at 2.25 p. m., to Ben
illusion and Trnv.
hfNDAY MILK. THAIN (with passenger car
attached). Leaves Hutland at 7.3o a. in.
K A 11 K .
' Hutland to New Y'ork
' to Albany, -
" to Hudson, ...
J B-.V0 lay over checks given.
I AHHIVE AT HUTLAND,
tr, 50 :
:i 00 !
:: no 1
! Mall, 9.3.1 p. in
' 7.30 n. 111.
Mixed, I2.ns p. 111.; mixed
I . C. WHITE, SUpt.
Hutland, June 14, 1972. mnldwtf
I'l'IILlHIIEHs PKINTEliS STATION Kit
lll.AXK HOOK MAXL'yACTrilKIt",
Having purchased the Wholesale PalRT and
Stationery business of II. A. Savvjer, and the
Printing business of Jas. K. Me Lean, with tho
addition of a complete Book-Bindery, they have
consolidated the whole Into one business, nnd
moved tho same Into the new and commodious
"fllobe Building," erected especially for Iho
use of the Company.
With one of the most complete Printing De
partments of any establishment In the State,
underthe supervision of one of the best practical
printers in tho country, they are prepared lo do
all kinds of plain ami ornamental work in tho
most approved manner and on short notice.
Our Jobbing Department will comprise full
lines ot Writing t apers both folded and flat.
Envelopes, (Note. letter and Official,) Blank
Books of every description, School Books,
Slates, Pens, Pencils, Inks, Law Blanks, Cut
lery, Wrapping Papers of all kinds, Paper Bags,
Flour Sacks, Twines nnd Cordage, Wooden
Ware, Matches, Brushes, Blacking, Blueing,
tc, Ac. This Department will be found well
stocked and worthy the attention of close hitl
ers. Tho Bindery will be under tho charge of one
ot the most thorough workmen to bo found In
the State, and all work will be executed In the
best st)le and with dispatch.
Willi men of long experience la charge, and
with extensive facilities for conducting their
business In Its several departments, they pre
sent one of the most complete establishments
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solicit tho patronage ot tho Public, feeling con
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Fits harnesses perfectly and prevents crack
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Bon readv on nnd after June llth. send In
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tho hundred or thousand; also, Orecn peas
ready about July 1st. Flower plants, among
w hich is the celebrated Araarantbas Balslfnlius
or Fountain Plant, oanitantly on hand. Bon
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R . FLINT'S
A GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY
Extruct or Hoots and Herbs which almost lu
variably cure the following complaints.
Dyspepsia, Heart Burn, Liver Complaints and
Loss of appetire cured by taking a rew bottles.
Lassitude, Low Spirits and Sinking Sensation
cured at once.
Eruptions, Pimples; Blotches and all Impuri
ties ot the blood, bursting through the skin or
otherwise, cured readily by following the direc
tions on tho bottle.
For Kidney, Bladder and Urinary derange
ments It has no equal ; one bottle wilt convince
tho most sceptical.
Worms 1 expelled from the sjatem without the
least dimculty; a few bottles are sufficient for
the most obstinate cases.
Piles, one bpttlo has cured the most difficult
caso wheh all other remedies failed.
Nervous Difficulties, Neuralgia. Headache,
Ac., cased Immediately,
Itheumatlsm, Swelled Joints and all Scrofula
Allllctlons removed, or greatly relieved by this
Bronchitis, Catarrh, Convulsions, and Hyster
ics cured or relieved.
Dinirult Breathing. Pains In tin. lunm ui,i
nnd Chest, ulmost Invariably cured bv taking a
few bottles of Quaker Bitters. '
Female Dimcultles,so prevalent among Amer
ican ladles, leld readily to this Invaluable med
icine, the Quaker Bittern.
llltllnus. Remittent and Intermittent Fevers,
so prevalent In many parts of our country, com
pletely eradicated by (he use of the Quaker Bit
ters. The Aged nnd In the Quaker Hitlers lust the
article theyatand In need of In their declining
years. It quickens the blood and cheers th?
inlnd, and pavo thepassage down the plan In
clined. No one can long remnln unwell (unless afflict
ed with an Incurable disease) arter taking a few
bottles of Quaker miters.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers In Medleln
.8.s?ld"t Wholesale and ltetall bv c. p.
WINH. Druggist, Hutland.
DR. II. S. FLINT A-CO.,
At their flreat Medical Depot, 195 and 197 Broad
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.otne w th no promise ot a new sensation. We
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tickle your fancy, nor take a fresh departure In
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Mll.l ISfiltY AND FANCY noniW
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