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RUTLAND, VT., WEDNESDAY MO.tlNING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1873.
VOL. I.... NO. 107.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
O. Y. V It O S S,
Manufacturer nf n tiU Denier In
KINHHINO I.fMllKIt, SIIINOI-K, I.ATII,
CLAPHO.VRDS, AND SI'IU'CE I.fMIIIIH,
HO()ltH,riASll, III.INl)f, Mtll.l.l)'
1M1S, IIHACKKTS, WIN
DOW FltAMKS A
Scroll Sawing of nil kinds Planing, Matching
aud Glazing done to order. Yard Hint .Mill dir
tier of I'ulou nnd Furnace Street", near Freight
Depot, Rutland, Vt, .MavidAwltiu.
K. X. MKltltlAMS
PKItFKCT FITTING SHIHTS
are more durable, and
r;!IKAI'KH THAN ItKADV MAD II.
so customers say. Send trial order.
K. X. MKRKIAM,
Jevfdly Merchants' How, Hutland, Vt.
lUKTAlN CORNICES OF MACK
Kj Walnut, qr'allOIlt, made to order. Cur
tain lungs, Tnssels and Cords. IIKAHIIORN'S
SHOW CASKS, COItNEH, CLOCK
and Mantle Shelves mode to order, with
Plain or Moulded edies.
BRACKETS sawed 111
different styles at
Framing, Chromos, Lithographs, iiml
DKCORATION OF CHURCHES, 1IAU.S AND
Oood first-class work at reasonable prices.
Many years experience In the business. Come
and see my work
No. 1, Wales, for. West street.
JjlMlm Rutland Vt.
M O It K II O r S i:,
Opposite Central House - - RUTLAND, Vt.
HUTLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SKAT CIIAIltS, I1KD
STEADS AND CHAllt .STOCK.
Coiner of West and Forest Sts,
L. Alvsoon, Agt. (J. C. llroot.Es, Treas.
K I N G ,
Manufacturer aud wholesale nud retail dealer In
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, AND HOUSE FPU.
OF evkrv iiEScnirnox.
FCKNACE STREET, ltl'TLAND, VT,
Orders by mall or othcrvv Iso promptly attend
ed to. niyldtf
J. J. GUINDON, '
III, A C K fi MI T II .
Particular attention paid to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted. Shop on
WEST 8T., NK lit OI.IVE11 MAKHI.K WOllKS,
mayld3m RUTLAND, VT.
LINCOLN IRON WORKS.
Marble Mill and Hoisting Machinery of the
most improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings and general ma
steel and Iron Wire Hope at Manufacturer's
Rutland, Vt., May 1, 1873. mayldtt
A. II . II A W LEY,
COSTRACTOIt AXD J'JIACTJCAL 8I.ATRR,
He Is prepared to do all work promptly and
well. Orders can bo left at J. E. Glynn's storo
on Merchants' Row, or at the llardwell House.
Itttrtncn Rockwood Barrett, Rutland: L. M.
Mason, President of First National Bank, De
troit, Michigan ; Hon. .1. M. Marvin, Saratoga
Q. It O V E It & BAKER'S
NEW IMPROVED LOCK-STITCH
SEWING M A C II I N E S .
Makes the stitch alike on both hides. Light
running. Complete In attachments. For sale by
E. X. MERRIAM.
CJCItAP IRON AND STEEL,
Marble Saws and Currency taken In ex
change for Nails at the
mayldSm RUTLAND NAIL WORKS.
West of Lincoln Iron Works;
NO. 15 MERCHANTS' ROW,
Iron and Lead Pipe, Portable and Stationary En.
glnes : Rotary Steam, Force and cistern Pumps ;
Leather and Rubber Belting ; Rubber Hose and
packing; Rubber Overcoats, Gloves and Mit
tens : Steam and Water (lauges ; Water, Steam
aud (las Fittings, and Fixtures, all kinds ; Flax
and Soopstone Packing; Cotton Waste, Plumb
STEAM, WATER AND OAS FITTING
Dane at short notice, and at prices adapted to
the times. ...
Rutland, May 1, 1873 myldem
pLUMBING AND OAS FITTING.
COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
Having leased rooms No. IS, Merchants' Row,
In Store with H. It. Djer, I am prepared to do
all work In my line In a workmanlike manner
at reasonable rates.
PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING GOODS
supplies at l ho lowest rates.
tr orders by mall promptly attended to.
S. I). .lENNESS,
Rutland, May . 18 dam
10 PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS,
The GLOBE Paper Co., having duplicates of
tho following articles offer them for salo at low
Steam Engine, suitable for running presses.
Hoe Card Press,
Smith Hand Press,
Iron Framo Paper Cutter,
Two Rule Mllerlng Machines,
Two Pairs News Chases,
Two Bets Column Rules,
And numerous otber articles used In a Printing
QTEAM STONE CUTTER COMPANY
Sole proprietors and manufacturers of tho
STONE CHANNELING OR QUARRYING MA
For cutting stone Into various sizes anillill-
IN ALL KINDS OF QUARRIES,
orricK and Hiiors,
JOHN W. CRAMTON, Prcs't.
linuitub r.. -treas.
CHARLES CLARK, HeCV.
GEO. J, W'ARDWKLL, Supt.
-Self.Inklnir Pearl Press.
X New an
uuss man Shoi
rAm tin nnwfl
New and valuable Invention. Every bust-
Hiss man Should have ono. Presses and oututs
wmlioujpwards. Hendstoinn for ;ata.ogueo
ProsuD, Type, Cuts, etc.
Kirby street, jjosioh.
Wntrltcis ana Sfwrtry.
II A I L E V & P A It M K N T E It S
S I L V E It S MI T 11 8 .
We have the largest and best assortment of
Watches ever ollered In this market.
In large supply, embracing every variety o
le desirable for Ladles' or uentiemens- wear.
J K W E L R Y ,
In I Icli abundance, and more coiiiHi?.
SILVEK rl.tTKU AND STEEL, IOK TABLE CSS.
Our stek Is large, and we sell at low prices.
K I L V K It ( O () D S .
SIl.VKlt SI'OOSs OK OH! OWN MAMIFAUTVItK.
ROGERS' BROTHERS PLATED FORKS
Tea Sels, Castors, Ac, all the best.
S P K C T A C L V. S
Tn III those who cannot see well.
A new thing without frames. Ver desirable.
Call and see for j ourselves nt
HA1I.EY AND PARMENTERS',
17 Merchants' how.
yyr K E k s a- ii a r ii e r
AT NO. I, OPERA HOUSE BLOCK,
Keep a lull assoilment of the following
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
FRENCH CHINA WARE,
TABLE GLASS WARE.
SILVER PLATED WARE,
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
TASSELS AND CORDS,
LAMPS AND LANTERS,
Wholesale and Retail,
LAMP CHIMNEYS and BURNERS,
Wholesale and Retail.
MATTRASSES and LOUNGES, and
mayldtf DONE TO ORDER.
PUBLISHERS PRINTERS, STATIONER
DLASK HOOK MASUfACTUIIKItS,
Having purchased Die Wholesale Paper aud
Stationery business of H, A. Sawyer, and the
Printing business of .fas. K, Mc Lean, with tho
addition of a complete Book-Blndery,they have
consolidated the whole Into one business, and
moved the same Into the new and commodious
Globe Building," erected especially for tho
use. of tho Company,
With one of the most complete Printing De
partments of any establishment in the State,
under the supervision of ono of Uie best practical
printers In the country, they are prepared to do
all kinds of plain and ornamental work In tho
most npproved manner and on short notice.
Our .lobbing Department will comprise full
lines of Writing Tapers both folded and flat,
Envelopes, (Note, Letter and Official,) Blank
Books of every description, School nooks,
Slates, Pens, Pencils, Inks, Law Blanks, Cut
lery, Wrupplng Papers of all kinds, Paper Bags,
Flour Sacks, Twines nnd Cordage, Woodon
Ware, Matches, Brushes, Blacking, Blueing,
Ac., Ac. This Department will be found well
stocked and worthy tho attention of close buy
The Bindery will be under the charge of one
of the most thorough workmen to be found In
the State, and all work will be executed In the
best style and with dispatch.
With men of long experience In charge, and
with extenslvo facilities for conducting their
business In Its several departments, they pre
sent ono of the most roinpletn establishments
of tho kind to be found outside the cttles, and
solicit tho patronage of the Public, feeling con
lldont that they can Insure tho wants of all
upon the most favorable terms.
QLOBE PAPER CO.
TAGS. Wo have now In utock an assort
ment of Dennlson'B Patent Direction
Labels and Merchandise Tags, which we will
sell at manufacturer's prices.
Wo have also a good stock of " Phillip's se
curlty Hook-Tags," a very convenient and ser
vlceablo article for merchants. Among lu ad
vantages arc: floods can be more readily mark-
ed than by any other moans; tho tag Is so se.
curely locked that It cannot become detached
from the goods: no chance ol tbo tag becomlne
detached from the hook; no points prolectlnif
to tear other goods-or ypur 'fliujors,. They are
safe, strong and fhcapi. :aHind. ox&mtao
them. GLOBE PAPER CO,
(Bromlw anil gvovlisions.
J & T. CADEN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED FRUITS, PICKLES, AC,
AND FANCY GOODS.
Also, Dealers In
DRY OOOIH, SHAWLS, DRESS GOODS,
! HOSIERY, GLOVES, Ac, Ac
An nssoitment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Constantly on hand.
MAIL STEAMERS TO AND
WMIAKTH FOR ANY AMOUNT ON THE
BANKS OF ENGLAND, IRELAND. SCOTLAND
CORSEll FREIGHT AND EVELYN STS.
1IIK CLOSING OUT SALE
of .1 slock of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, AC, AC,
II A S (' O M M E N C i: I) .
Will avail themselves of the opportunity which
It fjords to replenish their stock of household
tir Eery article Is sold at cost or less.
I'l.KASK CAM. AMD t.KARN l'IMCKS.
G. W. CHAPLIN, Jit..
No. 9, MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTI.AKH.
J E T E It II U N T E It ' S
.VI A I N S T It E E T ,
Is the place to buy
SUGARS, TEAS, COFFEES, BUTTER, CHEESE,
FISH, of all kinds, ORANGES, LEMONS,
FIGS, CANNED FRUITS,
at lower prices than any other place In town.
Try It and be convinced.
MAIN STREET, (Kusl side,)
1 8 fi '
O L 1) It E I) S .T O It E
unocKitrKH and pitoyisrOiVs,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
mayitf Mkkcuants' Row.
U I. T O N
M A 11 K E T,
DUNTON A- II AY WARD
All kinds of Meats, Fish, Vegetables and
Fruits In their season.
Klngsley A-Sprague's Block, Merchants' Row.
Gr u M K H
T U R N E It
7ii WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Offer for sale all tho various grades of Refined
Sugar of Superior Quality at t he Lowest Market
Prices. A superior quality of White Sugar for
Confectioners use. Also,
WHITE COFFER A,
COFFEE EXTRA C,
And tho lower grades of
)' K I, h 0 ir S l' (1 A Jl .
Orders to bo addressed to our ofrtcc In Now
York, 76 Wall Street, Cor. Pearl.
Parties ordering 10 barrels can have them as
sorted. TKKiis-Thlrty days, or Cash In 7 days, less
yj per cent, discount.
BATTY'8 NABOB PICKLE 8,
crosso A; uiackwcll'H Pickles, llalford'H
Worcestershire Sauce, Nabob Sauce, In fact
nearly all kinds of English Pickles can bo found
at B W MARSHALL S
PRUNELLAS, PRUNES, CHERRIES,
Peaches, Ulockberrles, Ra9nberrles,Pluros
Huckleberries, Also, all kinds ot fruits In cans,
for tale at B. W. MARSHALL.
inaj ldiwly Grove street, Rutland, Vt.
TfLK HORN & MAGNOLIA FLOUR
ly very choice, for juile at
Miiyiairwly B. W. MARSHALL
vortrUs d grottisionsi.
ROCEHIE ' A- PROVISIONS.
Choice Ilngged llama 17 rent" at 47
4 Gallons best Kerosene. ...It w 4!
to lbs. Boneless Salmon 1 oo 4
10 lbs. Lard t oo 4T
13 bars Babbit's Soap 1 0.1 4;
The best of Butter bo cents 4"
fllbs. best Raisins (1 no 41
8 lbs. Choice Raisins 1 00 4'
The best Japan Tea 80 cents 4T
A Splendid Jap Tea IB ' 41
Gralinm Flour s " 4f
oat Meal 5 47
Superior Cheese 14 4!
l'RUlrS RECEIVED DAILY AT 47.
T. ('. HUI1UARD,
No. 47, MKHCiusrs' Row.
WHAT 1 KNOW ABOUT THEM!
The crop Is short aud you will have t" huiry
up or loose them.
I am receiving them In large lots dally.
COME QUICK! AT NOON!
Melons, Apples, l'enrs, Tomatoes, Caliband,
etc., fresh dally, at the
0 1. 1) It ED ST O R E .
Merchants' Row, Rutland, Vt. AugHdlni
C A T
O It A P E S
B. W. MARSHALL'S.
fTIEAS, from CO cents to .$1.75; also fresh
jl tirouna 1 ur r kk, 11
B. W. MARSHALL'S
Corner of Orove and West Sts
UTLAND MARBLE COMPANY,
WIIOI.KSAI.K DEAI.KIW IS
HLOOK & SAWED MAItllLr.,
gt'AKKIKS AND MII.l-H,
J. N BAXTER, Supt. WEST RUTI.AND, Vt.
All the grades of Rutland Marble, In the
shapo of slabs of various thicknesses required
for Furniture, Mantel, and Decorattvo Work, as
well as cemetery uses; also Cubic Stock for
Monumental and Building purposes, Including
1 liases, strips, ana I'osis, may ue luuuu on um
yard at all times.
' 1 Our extensive arrangements for the produc
I Hon of Marble, In the way of Quarrjlug Ma-
chlnery, and .Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
I of saws, place us In position to supply the
I wants of tho Trade. Wholesale and Retail
I Dealers, Builders, Furniture-Men, and gen
I onil Manufacturers will nnd It to their Interest
to faxir us with their orders.
RUTLAND MARBLE CO
Wholesale dealer In
CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDY
I'JI'Oim.'K AMU WUOI.KS1I.K UKll.HKj
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
The atteullou of Town Agents, Physicians
and Druggists Is especially called to our wines,
as they arc unsurpassed for medical purposes.
coming from one of the oldest vlnejards In
California. All goods guaranteed pure and sat.
Isfoctory, or tn be returned at my expense.
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN, STS.,
(Uindon & Huntoon's Block,)
Rutland. Vt. myltf
HAXTER NATIONAL BANK,
II. Hknky Baxtkk,
II. F, LoTUROr,
.1. N. 1I1XTXK,
T. W. PAKX,
Gko. E. Hoyce,
GKOKiir. R. BomM,
W. C. Dl'NTON,
W. C Laniion,
Made and remitted for at Lowest Rates.
INTXIIKST AIXOWXD ON T1UK PEl'OSITK.
A general Banking and Exchange business
II. IUniiv IIaxtxk, Prest. J. N. Baxtkk, V, Prest,
(Ifohuk It, Bottom, Cashier.
B R 0 K E R ,
17 I1H0AD NTHKHT, XW YOUK.
MlockH, Governments and Gold bought uud sold
IV Interest allowed on deposits. muylSdtt
AILY STAGE BETWEEN RUT
LAND AND STOCKUHHHIK.
Arrive at Rutland 1) mH leave Rutland 1:00 p.m
starttnrfroin tho Bardwell House,
tir Connections at stockurldge with sunt
or )tocneier maa Htriun.
mrM3rn H. 11. tuppkr, 1 1 oft,
3Um and Sin Ware.
UNN A CRAMTON,
Manufacturers of all kinds of
and dealers In
I.ANISIIED, BRITANNIA. JAPAN, fll.tss
AND WOODEN WARES
of ovcr.v description.
BROOMS, BRUSHES AND BASKETS,
aud a general assortment of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Special racllllles for Jobbing all kinds of
TIN AND GLASS WARE.
tr. Mnd of BAKiKK taken In evehange for
NO. 14 MERCHANTS' ROW.
Rutland, Vt., May 1, 1873. myldtf
U M O V A T, .
S. G. Muley, of tho late llrm of Slaley A Up.
plncott, has removed his business from No. 37
Center St., to No. H Merchants' Row, where ho
has formed 11 copartnership with Messrs. Dunn
X Crainlou, under the linn name of s. a. Staley
& Co. He will be nleased to see alt of his old
customers, aud as many new ones ns will favor
mm wnu a can
S T A L E V & CO.
No. is, Mkkciunts' Row,
STOVES AND HOT AIR FURNACES.
The Stewart and New American Cookluir
Stoves, for both wood and coal, constantly ou
hand. Manufacturers of and dealers In
.COPPER. TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE.
P L U M B I N (r
In ull Its branches,- Bath Tubs, Water Closets
unii'iiti nun riping, nna rulings or
TIN ROOFING AND JOBBING
Of nil kinds piomnlly attended to. None but
skillful nnd reliable workmen employed.
ILL HOA' WAIlltASTKI)
KEMI.MUHl, ! HOOKS NOKTII OI'TIIK OI'K.Kl IIOtSK
T O ' E S .
CELEBRATED FARMERS' AND MECHANICS'
(; O O K S T O V- E s ,
WITH KLEVRA1ED OVENS,
are now being made at the
I' I T T S FORD F U R N ACE.
Also four sles of
, 7 r i) no x s to r k s .
Thcie Stoves, beln? made of the Plltsford
Charcoal Iron, will out last any other Stoves
made, and will be sold ns low as stoves made
of hard con Iron. Apply to.
nugdiim Pittsfokii, Vr.
ARM FOR SALE.
The subscribers offer for sale their farm, sit
uated about two miles from the village of Bil
lows Falls, on the Chester road, well known
JOHN CLARK FARM,
Coutululiig about three hundred and titty acres
of land; two dwelling houses, three barns and
two tenant houses, near the railroad track:
The tenant houses are new. Tho large farm
house has been thoroughly repaired and paint
eu, wnu new iuuu in truili. huu enu, new ironi
fence, all In the most substantial and tasteful
manner, making it a desirable residence.
Nearly three-fourths ot a mile ot new water pipe
from a never-falling fountain supplies nil the
OVER TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
has been expended within the past two years
on buildings and fences, besides the tenant
houses. T he land Is adapted to the raising 01
all kinds of crops. Somo fifty acres are woll
adapted for tobacco. Tho land is now under a
goodstato of cultivation, by having been fed
out a large amount of hay and gram the past
two years, which has been brought on the
place, besides that which the farm has pro
duced. Tho eastern line Is the Connecticut
river anu me rarm laying westerly, iiivmeu iihu
pasturo and tillage land, with a sufficient sup-
ho village of Bellows Falls a village growing
moro rapidly than any place within tne state,
and with Its unlimited water power, which Is
fast being improvod, must continue to increase
In n. Htm larger nrnnortlon in the future makes
still larger proportion In the future makes
It the most desirable farm In these parts. Pos
session given Immediately, except the mill
yard, and that In one year. Inquire of the sub-
scriuers on tuo premises; 01 jusepn iismi,
llrm of .1. Wilson A- Co., near tho depot; or vvii,
der A Hopkins, at West Rupert, Vu
WILDER A- HOPKINS.
Bellows Fulls May 1, 1873. myl-dtf
GEORGE C. NEWMAN,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
onico : Derby's Block, 3d Floor Front.
First class village and farm property for sale
and to let. Money to loan on notes, mortgages,
life policies and other approva securltlet,
Y E I N (1
Vailed Garments and Carrlaeu llnlmrs Cleaned
and Colored by a new choialcal proceaH so that
you can hardly dlbdlstlugulab them from new.
Scouring and prtssingugnt suit neatly exe
cuted. Persons having any such Jobs they wish
to have uone. win niease can at inj ijjd 11
Washington street, opposlte.Town Hall.
All iroods sent by Express promptly ao
returned. All work K
CELERY PLANTS From Peter Hender
son ready on and after June Mth. Send In
your ordem. Cabbage plant for late crop by
the hundred or thousand; also, Oreen JPeaa
fiiovout Juiv jt Flower (Plfc ?..?
which ! the celebrated Amaranths Sahllotlus
or Fountain Plant, constantly on hand. Bou
quets, wreaths made to order,
1 8. CJXMON8, ,
insiBdiy Uw ratF Grounds.
$ot(l$ ami iHnlng gootajs.
A R 1) W E I. I.
J. H'. VIA.VTOX, 1'roprUtor.
The IIARDWELL HOUSE Is located opposite
tho Depot, and has long been favorably known
to tho traveling public. It has been recently
Improved, now affording the best and most
iiuipie uecoiiiuiouaiion toguesis,
iue l Aiu.u win ue su
e supplied with all the
luxunesof the Season,
, nnd eve
erv nttetitlnti will
in' .iiiu iv iiiu vuiiuori ui us patrons.
Iu the future, ns In the past, the Proprietor In.
tends to make It a first-class House affording
all the comforts of a home to the traveler. Tim
public patronage Is solicited.
A GOOD LIVERY In connection with the
Attentive PORTERS will be found at tlieDe.
pot on the arrival ot all trains.
Q E N T R A L HOUSE.
LADIES AND GENTS'
DINING ROOMS AND RESTAURANT.
Good rooms with new furniture.
Board by th" day, week or month, at leason
It will be conducted ou the "European Plan,"
and every effort made to secnie the comfort nnd
patronage nt the public.
mints FOB MEALS.
Breakfusl from CI to 10 o'clock.
Dinner " lit to .'I "
Supper " fi'to 8 ""
From 8 to 10J a. m., and U to 0 p. m.
. J. A. SALSBURV, Proprietor.
Rutland, Vt., Aug. 13, 1973. dim
JAKE DUNMORE HOUSE,
E. P, HITCHCOCK, PnoiT.iKroi:.
1. W. PORTER. MtNUIFK.
This well known and iwpular Hotel, situated
on the shores of Luke Dunmore, has been re
cently put In thorough repair. Several new
Cottages have beni built nud newly furnished,
and will be opened Juno 1st, for the reception of
boarders and tourists. mayMdtf
riMIE EQUINOX HOUSE, Manchester,
X Vermont. Drawing room cars run through
without change, from Now York to Manchester,
by 10:40 a m, train, via N. Y. & Harlem railroad.
Pflssengcrs by Hudson river steamers, loavtug
m. tralnVaiTlvingat Manchester aTnfJn"? 8 .
A train leaves Troy at t p. m. arriving nt Man
chester at 7,v p. m.
Trains leav e Rutland for Manchester nt 3 a.
m., 9:30 a. m. and :ss p. m. On Sundays at 7:30
n. m. Address
JyiCd F. H. ORVIS.
NOCH MORGAN'S SONS'
S A P 0 I, I O
Is a substitute fur Soap for all Household pur
pose , except washing clothes.
S A P O L I O
for Cleaning jour House will save the labor of
one cleaner. Give It a trial
S A P O L I O
for Windows Is better than Whiting n
No removing curtains and carpels.
S A 1' O L I 0
cleans Paint and Wood, In fact the entire house
better than Soap. No slopping. Saves labor.
You cau'l nfford to be without It.
S A P 0 L I O
forscourlng Knives Is better and cleaner lhau
Bath Brick. Will not scratch.
S A P 0 L 1 O
Is better than Soap and Sand for pollshii.g Tin
ware. Brightens without scratching.
S A P O I. I O
Polishes Brass and Copper utensils belter than
Add or Oil und Rotten Stone.
S A P 0 L I O
for Washing Dishes and Glassware Is Invalu
able. Cheaper than soap.
S A P O I, I O
removes stains from Murble Mantles. Tables
and Statuary, from llardflnlslied Walls, and
rrom ciiinaauu rorcei.1111.
S A P 0 L I O
removes Stains aud Grease from Carpets and
oviu-r woven laurie-.
Thero Is no ono article known that will do so
many kinds ot work, and do it as wen, assa
polio, try It,
HANI) S A 1' OLIO
k new aud wonderfullv effective
Toilet Soap, having no equal in this
country or uuroau.
HAND S A P 0 L I 0
as an artlclo for the Bath, "reaches
tho foundation " of all dirt, opens
the pores and gives a henllhy ac
tion aim uiiiutiut nut iu iuu skiii
S A P O L I 0
Cleanses and BcautlHcs the Skin.
Instantly removing any stain or
iiiemisu from uotn nanns aim luce.
S A P 0 I. I 0
Is without a rival tn the world for
curing or preventing roughness
and clinpplng of cither hands or
S A P 0 L I 0
removes Tar, Pitch, Iron or Ink
stains and Grease ; for workers lu
Machine Shops, Mines, Ac., Is In
valuable. For making the skin
Whlto und son, and giving to It a
"bloom ot beauty," it Is unsur
passed by any Cosmetic known.
S A P O L I O
costs 10 to 15 cents per cake, and
ill like it
DONT FAIL TO TRY THESE GOODS.
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1873.
I'nltli, Hope, C'hnrlt).
You wonder why o'er life's rough sea,
.u iruu uark uotu so gaiygnuo ;
I havo three Antrels In rnv slile.
Three AngeH sail by me.
The first, she bids my soul be strong ;
mil- ijuiiiismu iu u cruss-scarreu lurm;
I hear nor heed life's wildest srnrm
While lLstenlng to her song.
She bids me, when the waters roll
iieavcn-high, to look aloft to Him
Before whose brightness stars are dim,
.Mid trust to Him my soul.
The next, nn anchor In her hand,
When the heart faluts amid the strife.
And the black waves yawn for my III,,
Talks ot the Summer-land.
I seo the glad port Just ahead;
1 wnKe as irom a pieasani nrenm,
llevnnd the whirl nf wnvpa f tnun,
To clasp my kindred dead. '
The third, the loveliest of the three,
vvnue snipwrecxea oarks noat to and fro
Bids mo with onen hnnrl tn llirnw
My bread upon the sea.
And then to hear sweet words ot love,
ju ,iru 111c Kruieiui tear-urups now,
Oh. tills to me Is heaven below.
And will bo heaven above.
And this Is w hy, 'mid gloom and glee.
lue-uuik uuui so irajiy guae:
God keep these Anffels by mv side.
Till I have crossed the sea.
i. o. n. f.
Caledonia lodge, No. 6, I. O. 0. F, wns
was Instituted at Danville, Jan. 1, 1817
and moved to St. Johnsbury In 1831, where
having passed through many vicisltudcs,
they became financially involved, nnd stir
rendered their charter In 1857 which was
restored to them in 1809. Since that time
thoy have continually advanced In mem
bership and finances, until they now stand
at the head of the order In this state, num
bering 150 members and a sum of -i750 in
tho treasury. They have a very pleasant
hall, tastefully furnished, with an cmbla
matic carpet on the lioor. Their work Is
first-class both In the lodge nud out of it.
Tho present olllccrs arc Wm. Holder, N.
G. ; A. F. Bean, V. G. j H. C. Kinney,
R. S. ; L. A. Spencer, P. S. ; Justus Burn
Regular meetings, Monday nlglitV.
Fkeu-vvill BArnsT. The Huntington
Quarterly Meeting, Free-will Baptist, holds
its next session at Starksboro, Sept. .)" j
Ministers' Conferenco tho tth.
The Freewill Baptists' hold their yearly
meeting this year at Enosburgh Falls, com
mencing Sept. 11th anil closing the I4th.
Itev. Dr. Hall, of New York City, is cxpoe
to bo present.
Not Gold hut Nickel. A nickel mino
has been opened in Wcstmore Common in
Orleans county which promises to pay well.
An analysis shows that it contains gold
enough to pay for working, aside from the
Sim has Donb what Shk could. Mrs.
V'"'' ,i'."-!?7( T-K )'-, has done what
she could to start tho churcnua ...
in business. Her wedding, which took
place 42 years ago, was the first celebrated
in the old Zion church, and the first funeral
in the new Zion church occurred, last week,
over the body of the bride of 12 years ago.
A Pouty Ycahs Lauoii. Mr. S. Wells
Williams, tho oldest inhabitant among the
foreigners iu China, nnd Secretary of the
United States legation, lias just finished his
Dictionary of the Chinese Language, which
is tho result of forty years' labor, and con
tains explanations of 12,500 Chinese char
acters. M.'. Williams married a Miss Wal
worth, of Pittsburgh.
A Goon School. Among the best
schools in Vermont, for the education of
young ladies is that conducted hy Prof.
Louii Pollens at Burlington. The Princi
pal is a finely educated gentleman of long
experience as a professional teacher, who
gives Ills entire personal attention to the
education of young ladies committed to his
In all New England there is no plcasan-
ter place or onu more calculated, by its In
fluences and surroundings to impros the
mind with natural beauty and all those ele
ments that should enter Into the education
of the young. We can most confidently
recommend the place, and Ilia school to
those who havo daughters to educate.
A limited number of boarders taken into
the Principals family for the year. The
next term commences on Wednesday Sep
tember 10th. Those who desire to li-arn
particulars aud terms should apply to Prof.
Louis Pollens, Burlington Vermont.
Tun Recent Accident at Potsham
Junction, The fallowing account oftlio
dreadful accident which occurred at Pots
dam Junction lately says the Free J'ress,
is from 11 letter of a lady passenger, from
which both passengers and railroad con
ductors may take a lesson: "A gentleman
endeavored to get on to tho cars as they
were moving oft" from Patsdam Junction,
fell, and was so badly hint that ho died
two hours afterwards. The train was late,
aud in-tead of waiting the usual time lliey
started from tho Junction, giving signals tf
whistles and all abroad after the train was
moving o(T. Half a dozen passengers sprang
to get on who had been getting their bag
gage checked, and all got on to the front
car except this man. As the next car
reached him ho caught the railing and got
on tho steps, but just as I thought him safe
ho swung back, clinging villi one hand, and
fell on his back between the platform and
tho car. I had been watching him with
somo anxiety, although it was all done vciy
quickly. Hu could have clung to tho rail
ing if ho had not a valise In ono hand.
However, thopcoplo starting the train with
out duo warning were the. direct causo ef
hli death, and should be hold responsible
An Incobukct RuroKT. Tho rumored
lease of tho P. & 0, road by tho Central
Vermnnl. In likelv. wo think, lo result In
rumor only, They havo been trying to get
It, and undoubtedly made somo headway
with a prominent man in 1110 r, u. inter
est, but tho directors hold a meeting ut St.
.Tnh'niburv Wednesday, which (though wo
havo not heard definitely) has probably put
n quietus upon t. If till" proves to b:
-fact, wo shall look t'or'tbe, speedy comple
tion oflne Lamolllo road to SvtH-ntOtl by Itl
own company, r. iiim -f.yr.
A Utile Slliivet Tulle.
Bless God for the country, tho free glo
rioiu country I The country with ts smooth
rolling flcld, sweet with blossoming clover
waving with grain, or shining with corn,
with its delightful woodlands, in whose lealy
dopths Nature hides such fairy nooks, Aft
Is ready to dlo of envy.
When tho long summer day declines and
the shadows begin to gather In the vallle?
and along the eastern slopes of the hills,
and there is a soft twittering of the birds in
the maples and nmong the orchard trees,
sometimes I slip out of the back door nnd
climb to the top of the ridge hack of the
house, where there Is the loveliest pine
grove imaginable, nnd where one's scat may
be of granite, upholstered with thickest moss
and shining plno needles, with tho trunk of
a gray old pine for a back. And hero one
may sit and watch the sun go down behind
the blue hills, may fee the windows of u
score of farmhouses iu a blaze of glory
with his living beams, and the mountain
tops far away bathed In a purplo haze.
The cows perhaps, will bo feeding near
me, with their l.iccs turned homeward ns
the shadows lengthen, but stop a moment
long enough to look nt mc with a sort of
mild curiosity as much ns to say, "I won
der what she wants I" Then there is a moth
er horse with her baby beside her, who
when tho little fellow comes treading dain
tily along nmong the daisies and everlast
ings, as if ho were going to speak tn me,
lifts her head suddenly and comes trotting
after him with a w arning whining.
The field flowers come up tn the wood
land's edge and some have crept in and nod
anion.; the tall grasses under the pines
But they do not look at home so much in
the shadow, and somehow they seem less
cheery and bright than in the opjn field,
as if tho low sad melodies of the pines had
lulled them into forgetfulnes of the gav
hum of the bees and the merry chirp of tl e
A little farther in tho i-hado tlicie are
great tufts of waving, pluming ferns. There
are mounds covered with moss so rich and
deep, you may bury your whole hand among
tho shining fibres. Thero are lovely, trail
ing vines, the twins, flower (tho common
name, I like common names) and the pat
ridge berry, twining in and out, over mossy
boulders with infinite grace. There an
decaying stumps and fallen trees, whose
very ruin has been glorified beneath the
kindly, loving touch of Nature's hand.
Delicate mosses hang to their sides. Ten
der, nameless little plants cluster about
them, peeping from their yawning cracks,
while graceful vines enclasp and unwreath
them, and tiny gray lichens with scarlet
caps cluster along the spaces left them lv
While I am thinking how beautiful all
these are, the landscape about me, the sun
set, tho woods and their hidden treasures,
a wild tender warble, from the throat of
some unseen songster, I think tho wood
lark, has been echoing and re-echoing
In'g HCo"a ,s"i?ft-ttlej!!!!L'.-of ,ho forest, went
and down at the foot of the hill in a dun'p
of evergreens a whip-poor-will has struck
up his monotonous chant. The. bushes, a
few feet from me, are stirred suddenly a
by unseen lingers, and in a few moments,
almost as if by magic, three or four little
brown rabbits, happily unconscious of the
presence of an alien, begin tho merriest
gambols over the brown shining sward.
Holding my breath, lest I make my pres
ence known and frighten tho timid things
away, I sit and watch them till I wake to
the unconsciousness that the "dew is fa'ing
o'er the lea," and the patient cows have
gone, and have been standing sometime at
the barnyard gate. So I gather an armful
of feathery ferns nnd rifle my old stump of
some of Its adornings nnd wend my way
thoughtfully homeward. Two small boys,
going home across lots eye me closely, anil
one remarks ere yet ho has passed from my
hearing "I'll bo darned if he halnt got nn
armful o' brakes!" Z11.
The I. ate J. .V I. Taylor.
It Is not often that the hearts of our
people are moved by a deeper feeling of
sympathy and regie't than w as the cao 1am
week, on homing of the death nf .1. S. I).
Taylor. Eso,,, and the procer-ion which
met to receive ami escort 111s itiiuiius m
their testing place within our cemetery, hut
parliauv expicssni uicir respect unti nin e
tion with which he is held in remembrance
hv the people of Plattsburgh.
"As a u-eful citizen and a high-toned
gentleman, Mr. Taylor, while he dwell
among us, won the thorough esteem of our
whole community, while ns it teacher, he
was pre-eminently o.irnest, laboiiou and
successful, imparting knowledge with hap
py facility, ftlmiilating a love for study
and maintaining a thorough tlielpllnc In all
the departments ander his mpervislon ns
principal. Munv among us owe to his
kind, efficient training tho mental culture
anil moral principals which 11am mviii
for them nn honorable career in life, Some
who wcro once his pupils had entered the
house appointed for all living before him
and were, we trust, waiting to welcome
his admission iuto the class of the great
Teacher nt whose feet tho vvNe.-t preceptor
becomes nn humble scholar.
Wo believe we owe to Mr. Taylor 1 11 a
great measure the system of public school
now in Mich successful operation among
us. It was Ills favorite idea all the
time hu was with us, to seo such a system
brought about, and while pressing its lm-
vortancc tin the alieuiiou 01 me. pi-ujne,
n un no ilouht tYliu-ntlmr them lil to its
udopllon, though ho did not remain with
us until it was adopted.
We beg leave as a coiniuiiiiiiy nun as
personal friends lo tender In the members
of Mr. Taylor's family our nireetionatc and
respectful sympathy.- I'MUbttiyh Stnli
lie! A VfciiMoST Paiiiy in Iowa. Rev. II.
F, U'livlttof Mlddlcbury Vt-, brother.ln
law of Mrs. L. J. Chattcrton, belntr In our
city, his old friend, Hon. J. 13. Giluucll,
brought tho Vcrmonters in this vicinity
together at his residence last Friday eve.
nlug to tin honor to his dlsthigulehcd guest.
The grounds wcru lighted up with tians.
paroncles und tho evening was all that
could bo dcslied. Prof. L. A. Phelps iiiitt
sister were present as native Vermonters
aud added much to tho entertainment by
sluglng somo veiy fino music. After seiv
ing of refreshments It was found that ot
tbnGiccuMountalu hoys present and in
vited, there was a brother of nn cx.UuIted
States Senator, Mayor Phelps, n cousin of
a college president, nnd a relative of a
Chief Justice, and others who havo perso
nal character to say nothing of ancestry.
Mr. Leavltt was Introduced ns nn able,
brave, man nud minister in tho only city
of Vermont for 25 years. Ho had been
outspoken, for freedom In dark days. Mr
Leavltt made h pleasant speech, modest and
complimentary tn Vermonters ami Iowa.