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Very Vnliinblo Hook,
"The Undeveloped West! or, Five Years
In the Territories." Being n complete
history of Hint vast region between the
Mississippi ud the Puclllct Its Resour
cos, Climate, Inhabitants, Natural Curi
osities, etc.. with Life rind Advcntuic on
Prairies, Mountains, and the I'nr.-lflc
Coast. By J. 11. Beadle, Western Cor
respondent of the Cincinnati Coinmeielnl
and Author of "Life in Utah," elo.
The National Publishing Co., of Pldl.i
dolphin, has just Issued one of the most re
markable, and attractive boohs of Hit) cen
tury. It Is well known to every one thai,
far beyond the Mississippi, and stretching
over half the continent, Is a vast region
which wc vaguely term "The Grout West"
a region abounding In the most wonder
lut mid natural formations, ileh In pi colons
mineral deposits, and olfci lug the gieatest
attractions to the settler and Ihe tourist.
Though so often spoken of. It is nlnioM an
Mr. Beadle went Into Ihls region for the
avowed purpose of seeing and dcM'ilbing
it, and his journeylngs and observations
were all governed by n fixed purpose, that
of dlseooring and making known Ihe no
iwnl eharaeter, condition and icsotnocs of
l lm country Willed by hlin. Ilelirst tr.iv
crsed tlie states of Iowa, Minnesota, Neb
raska mid Kansas, examining Hie land",
and living, and conversing with the people
of lliovi sections Pur live jems he kept
moving from point to point, exploring Ihe
leriltorlcs, and the gieal and rich stales
of the Pacific coast, encountering strange
people and inmuueralile hardships and
pM lug tunny dangers in his wanderings
.ittions the savages, lie llted the rich
mines of Colorado, Utah, Nevada and
Idaho i passed into California and Oiegon,
and Iheie enjoyed peculiar advantages for
seeing and Investigating thu resources and
curiosities of Ihose reiuarkablc states. He
-petit considerable time in New Mexico,
Aiiomi and Texas, and his account of his
observations and discoveries In those
-li.uige and deeply lnlcicstln!r portions of
mil- country will commend his book to the '
careful consideration of the scholar, ns well
:i 10 all wlioM'ck iraetical Infoimallon or
mntt-iiiient. I IN only cumpaiiions in his
navels in Arizona, vvcie Indian guides,
ii I I'm' weeks during his explorations in
ii il leirltoi.v lie never s.nv Hie face of a
1.1-1 1 ! I man,
I'o prospective emigrants and vltlers in
Hie "Par West," this history of that vast
reiiii will prove an liiMiluable assistance,
supplying an It does, a want long felt of a '
lull, authentic and rclinhlc guide to cli
mate, soil, products, distance, localities,
means of travel, etc. It may lie idled
upon, lor It contains no second-hand Infor
mation. It is comprised in one large oelnui vol
tune of 823 pages, and illustrated with 210
line engravings of the scenery, lands,
mines, people and cm bullies of the Great
The low price at which the wink is Is
sued, brings It within reach of till, nod the
great popular interest in Hie subject, and
established reputation of the author, com
bine to make It the best and most popular
hook of the day. It U sold by subscription
only, anil agent', aie wanted hi every
Till: M'AIAVWKTII C'.I?III,V.
til llnpiiblUliod lllKlur ot Hit- An.
Iliur of "WnrnitK,"
A Doetor Graham, of Louisville Ken
tucky, claiming to bo a friend nndiv distant
relative of the AValvvorth family, has writ
ten a long letter to the Courier-Journal
in which he pronounced Mansfield Tracy
Walworth insane, and makes public a num
ber of interesting reminiscences among
which bo relates the following: I have
hunted the moose with him at the heads of
the Hudson, in Hie sublime Adirondack
Mountains, and found him to bo as courtly
in the rude camp as in the glided parlor.
Who then could think it possible lor him
to write, say and do what he did without a 1
mutation yes, a transmutation by mental i
insanity, there being as many disorders of
mind ns there are, of body, of which pliysi
cians are as ignorant as the incredulous '
community. The finest of authors and the i
most beautiful writers and speakers have
been known to be deranged on certain sub. ,
jects whllo sound on others. General Sam
Houston, of Texas fame, and my fellow
oldior in the war of 181:!, was so incurably
deranged on the subject of jealousy as to
pmcli lus witu blacK and blue and kick her
out of bed, as was well-known by her neigli
bors. Not only so, but ho rpiit his home, j
went into Nashville dressed as an Indian j
chief, paraded the streets with owl's 1'eath-,
ers flying in his cap, and ut ln-t went and ,
lived with the savages for a time. i
Captain Desha of Tennessee, another fel- '
low soldier of mine (and the finest looking
officer in the army,) alio became so aberra
ted In mind as to treat his wife most cruel
ly, and in one of his crazy fits emascula
ted an innocent youth in Ids neighborhood.
Thce are two cases only nut of many oth
ers that I have myself witnessed where tiie
persons were otherwise sanoand of great
practical energy. History tells of the troub
les of the "Divine Milton" and his wife, ol
llyron und his, and of many others of the
most intellectual of tlio world, in all of
which cases I am satisfied, from much read
ing and long study of mind, that there is a
disorlcred brain in one or the other of Ihe
Dr, Kuah mentions many eases more In
credible than any above named. We must
Infer, then, from the history and character
of tlio abovo pair, and the similar eases
here related, that Walworth was deranged,
and lint his persistent threats of murder
and insinuations of disgrace to his own
family estranged his wlfo's aHeetlons till the
londest lovz became the fcllcut hate, and
the son, living in constant dread of his life,
lost bis reason In the first law ot nature,
self-preservation, and consequently com
mitted the deed he did.
Thus liavo I corrected a fabricated and
wanton slander, and shown from nualogv
that the parties above spoken nt wero fated,
lo their end, ns wo are to ultimate death
and to many Intermediate afflictions. The
husband being deranged in mind (which
misfortune he could not help), tlio wife, like
you, my reader, falsely but unavoidably
thinking him wilfully wicked, her love
changed, as do the currents of winds from
a sufficient cause to hatred. I' grant that
all wilful acts are produced by the will, tlio
proximate cause, but, oh I how few look
back to tlio remote and insidious cause
disease of mind which prompts the will.
When wo see a penon full, rosy and gay,
and again look at him emaciated, sallow,
and with broken spirits, we grant a fate, a
sad and unavoidable cause, as in tlio mel
ancholy fate of the abovo parties, who were
once looked upon ns lovely and beloved,
hut by inevitable necessity hecamo objects
of malevolence and hatred, by our unscru
pulous journals, whera a more philosophic
and exalted feeling of commiseration and
sympathy should soothe their sorrowful and
A Vliallonire lo lo if Iliiuter.
Tlio following communication Is respect'
fully referred to Judgo Kvcrts, Dr. Gold,
smith and Col. Clement i
Desiring to test tho blood and bottom of
mo uittcrcnt packs of hounds of the wliolo
country, wc call tho attention of tho lovers
of the sport and owners of packs to the
Prince Gcorge'a huntsmen will run onv
county In the United States s or Prince
ucorgoa ivories, Anno Arundel, ond St
.nary s counties combined chaltengo tho
world. Packs to consist of not less than
forty-scven nor more than fifty two hounds
each) huntlntt fields to be selected within
one ummmi inueH or wasnington, Louis.
lllc. Bosloiif New York, New Orleans,
Brighton, England ; Edinburgh, Scotland
Wc solicit correspohdenco on the subject,
wlthn view of arranging Ihe terms, loca
tion of fields, &c.
AVo call the attention ot Hadcn T. Trigg
Esq., of Kentucky, and HlrStafford North
cole of Erglatid. to the above. Address.
S. T, Suit,
Be.nv. P. Cnoss.
Sulliiinl, Pi luce George's cotml, Aid.
V .Mount Ilrscrl llntrl Humeri, l
Mount Descit proves anew that "mis. j
foituno never comes singly." The typhoid
fcer scare has but jusl depopulated one of
her hotels, and caused aTpanle among the '
visitors generally, when the guests of .
anolher are driven from their (punters by i
fl.'c. The Atlantic; house at Bar Hnibor, ,
of which Mr. Douglass Is proprietor, was
completely destroyed, yesterday morning,
by a lire which Is supposed to have lieen
caused by children playing with matches I
In the sliiblcs, and the lilgh wind that was
prevailing put several adjoining houses in
Imminent danger, though they were finally
saved by the combined exertions of vll
lugcts and visitors. Theic were two sick
guets III the Aliunde house, but they were
icniovcd safely, .Mr. Douglass's loss Is
:),u00, mid his Insurance l,fi00. The
nronilctor of the Bar View house. In
winch the fever biokc out, a fortnight t
ago, has Isen indicted, as lie riclily deserv
ed to be, for maintaining a public nui
sance, by Hie authorities of East Eden,
who charge him with being responsible
for the panic that has prematurely driven
away the summer visitors by his shameful
neglect of drainage.
LIPE ASSURANCE SO (MKT
No. 120 Biioadwav, Nr.w Yokk,
Has become the most popular Life Insurance
I'niiipiny In the world.
Asskts over t20,oon'ooo
Xew business during the year 1872 of the Com
panic represented In Kiitliind.
Mutual Life sr,wiT,;;ri
Pliienlx Mutual 21,?Mf"M
Charter Oak l2,iito,r.'.ii
Massachusetts Mutual r.,41",,w
Xoitli America., 4,2l,4r
UCV1. ADVISORY R Villi 01' KKHniKNCK 1
lolin X Il.ixtcr, duel M. Haven,
Kri'dk. thaftee, (ieo. It. lintium,
!e,r 'V s.,.mo,!. . Charles I,, stlmsou
,Iolin A. Mead, M.D., .John W. Cramton
Chester Klngsley, .lohn A. Sheldon,
Col. 1V.O. Veacy, Nlcholus L. Davis.
MAMlX & VAVOI1N,
Juneiu dn 8m Ucti.am). Vt.
IIPBNHAM A- TRMPIiK.
We me Agents , for, the following
1'lre Insurance Companies. ' "
Aetna, Assets, w,oiO,(ki
imperial, , " s,o(Xi,ooo
Home, N. Y " 4,WK),(kX)
fto.val, " 10,000,000
Hartford " tt,tta,isM
Insurance of No. America, Phllu. " 3,S),00il
Krankllr " :i,400,oisi
I'henlx, N. Y " 2,ikk,ouo
Phienlv, Hartford " i,is,(ki
National, Hartford " fio,(si
These are th best known ot all the companies
represented In Itutland, and since we have
represented them they iiare im.,y minify to
the citizens of ltutlund and vicinity (.an nil
vttier votUiHtnt'tM cmtihiiinl.
Tlds lecord proves their stability and their
willingness to pay all projier claims.
W confidently expect a continuance ot ihe
liberal patronage which these companies have
We also represent the Travelers I. ire and Ac
oldent Insurance Company. We give a better
and cheaper lwltey than any other l.lfe com.
Call and see.
IlI-'ItNHAM A 'I'KMPI.K.
(mice, Opera House, Itutland, VI.
riMIK .SUBSOBIBKH having ncliievcd
-L something of n reputation as a
P HOTO G B A I'll KB
In these Hulled states of Nonh Aineilen,
turns thanks lor the
by the whole people.
Making KlrM-Class woik. mv snetlalltv I
would Invite, as many of you wishing that kind
of work, to " lir n hand anil help us boost the
The Hoom Is newlv re-ntled nnd t-e-furnlslieii.
and von vvlllilnd It quite pleasant to while away
n few licet lug moments as we go travellngon,
inn mil iiiiiiuiy
POUCKI.AINH ANIl IMITATION foltCKI.AIXrt
made tin to pleaso all and at less rates than
ever. .No exienso or pains spared In Tools
Chemicals or an v thing ifolng to make up
A GOOD LIKENKSS
as it Is my motto t please, If I do not make a
WITH THE KXl'KKIKNCJC OF KIOHTEK.N VEAKS,
and most of that timet tn Itutland, I natter my
self that I am what I am,
A LIVING llini AMONGST YOP.
1! O O M S IX
0 L A It K ' S B Ii O 0 K ,
(Corner Merchants' How and West Streets,)
.b'V.n'' illu1' i I
" ' lAB. 0. MKItllKLL,
i , 1 - I, ' oiio'j o : PaoriirrOK.
Juney flvrtjrtjfjo iol A''V' e
Tms KUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY iMOKNINO. SEPTEMBER l. "
jgATBs ii ousl: COllNnit.
! C I. (I T II I N (1, I
GENTS' PUHNItillINO GOODS,
II ATM AND CAPS
roil Tin: xext in daVi
In make room ror
P A I. I, G O (IDS,
IMAMIX A JEHKOWSKI
.AT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
I' 1. O T II I N G
os, - ASH I.Ksst Tin's' rosy1,
fori lie neu
T II I li 'I' V I) A Y S
iu make room fir
1' A I. I. i o II lis,
A mil line nr
GENTS' ITRNISIUNG GOODS. '
A. . (TNNIXGHAM.
No. f. Ci;rFK sr., Opixislletlie Dejiut
ootis and hocp.
rjltllAT CLOSING OPT SA1.K
It O O T S A N D S II O P. S !
All kinds of Summer floods a cost or less, n,
liuike room fur ii
I'AI.I. LINK t !
ovv is the time ut Nu. il In gel shod for a
smalt amount of money.
ctilldien mid Misses
at a low tlKUre.
CAM, AXII SIX llilt VOl.'IISKM' ,
A new .stock of blacksmith's Aprons Just arrived
nt No. Merchants' Itow,
. . O. W. CUItlilKlt.
( it r. a t it i: D v c t i o
Thu great excitement now prevailing In Hut
land Is, v hero can a Man, Woman or child get
the best HOOT OK SllOH for the smallest
umount of money.
Now, citizens of ltutlandaiid vicinity, I claim,
and do also state, that I can sell )0U uutUlng
usually kept In a first-class Hoot and Shoe store
as cheap, or even cheaper, tliuu can be round
this side of Hoston or New York markets.
IP. S, Please call before purchasing else
wliere, and I think that you villi he convinced
(before leaving) that the above statement Is
correct. Yours lespectfully,
W. K. KOsS.
I No. s. Merchants' How, ltutlund, Vt.
I Stoi'c'forinerlv occupied by Krone)! .V Harrows.
The iinder.slgned would most resiwcllully In
form the public that he will open on or about
September 1st, In Staley's building,
a: CKXTKlt STHKKT,
a llrsl-elass Meiclialit Tailoring Kstabllshinenl.
Having been connected with Home of the lead
ing houses of New York and Hoston, where
none hut tlrst-class help ore employed, I claim
to have had such experience ns enables me to
compete with any one lu iny line of business.
Foreign and Domestic Vloths always on hand.
Iaitest New Y'ork styles of Hreakfast .luekets
and Morning downs made to order. Satisfac
tion guaranteed In every case.
F. M. SMITH.
Itutland, VI., Atig.sn, ls;x
jyi. CABLE'S W ATE It PBOOP
0 I I. II I, A (' K t A' fV ,
IIAP,Xr.S.SKS, C.MtlllAOi; TOPS,
HOOTS, SHOF.S, KTC.
Fits harnesses iH'rfectly and prevents crack
ing. Does not fry out or gum ttie surfuce.
Softens and preserres tho leather. Excludes
the water. Kxeellent for boots, shoes, Ac
lr"Oives universal satisfaction. Manufac
mytodtwtf N. !. MA1ICH, Mlddlebury,
T A L L J N G P O It D
WHAT MAKT.S TftAT ItOOM SO CtlllKftKl'I,
Why, 1 can tell you; It Is hung with pictures
NJ'.VV PICTl'KK OAM.KHY
A . II 1 1. 1, k SON
last month. It Is up stairs, just bark of tho
.Millinery Department, und they have got a
beautiful assoi tmciit, at very reasonable prices,
nnd will sell even the most nt tractive. You can
get Fit AMES, also, of every size and variety;
so carry your plcturm lo them nnd have them
framjif to beautify jour homes. Call and see
their Wc, Hustle Frames. This mum also con.
tains an elegant display of
1'APEIt HANOINOS, 110UDKHS, ETC., ETC,
All new and altructlvo Patterns. We havo re
moved our Oil Clolha to this room and added a
few pieces ot woolen carpeting at very low
prices; also, Hemp ttirpet, Htatr Carpeting,
llassocks' Mats, Ac., Ac,
Wo trust our customers will not go elsewhere
to buy Summer tlooda "at cost," as w e shall sell
for the next thirty days our eutlro stock ot
1'lttNTS, DHKSS GOODS, SHAWLS, SHOES,
CLOTHINO, FANCY HOODS, ETC.,
at greatly reduced prk es. As low as they can
bu bought In the county.
Call and examine our elegant SUITS for the
boys, who will attend the (Irand ltcunton.
Como nnd "dress up In stvie." our stock of
CltOCKIUES, FLOUlt, ETC.,
wn never mnrn enmnletp. VV'n can. as ever.
give you bottom prices on Sugars and Teas.
Having received a now Invoice of our la 11008
lo. Tea, wo can give a better barguln thon ever
for that money, ltemcmber we have tea for a
lower nguro. but this Is 0001) TEA. The onty
complaint of tho housekeeper Is, that It has so
many "visitors" In It.
We havo a few HATS and HONNETS, which
wo will sell at cost (or less) to close.
Our MILLLINEUY business. lias been no en.
couraglng that wo shall contlnuo tho depart
ment through noxt fall and winter,' so tho ladles
can look out for now styles as noon as tho sea
son opens; Wo shall Improve 1 our assortment
aswoseo.tho trado. demands, tr-dolDg,all we
can to accommodate our trade, ' '.-
X. HILL At! SONMVALLINOFORD
Jydldldlrrrtf ; I n'l "J
j o 3
i n t
JKVI G. K1NGSI.KY.
llt'lLDEKH' AND CAIIINT.T
I WejnioulU Klne Vlntshlng and Kmplie
,imn, in,n, nit'i, v iinms, ac,
llLACKHMlTH'S STOI'K, I
siel, Iroii. Ploks, Ames' Shovels, Masting IMw- '
'.Drlll Kites, .Steel Striking llom-
iners. Handles, Ac. I
.VIAX1I.U 110PK AND COlinAOK.
SAW-M1M, CIHCirUllt AND WOOD SAWS,
AND HOYNTOX'S MOHTNINO
CHOSS-CCT SAWS -
P A I N T S .
(ills, Varnishes, olue. Sand Vapor, finishes, xc.
W.ASS AND ITTTV.
Asjileudldllneot Table and Pocket cutler, I
Shears and Scissors. I
P H UNIT U 1! K .
Parlor Kurnlture, Center Tables, Mirrors, Kx
tenslon Tables, lledstesd-s, Matlrasses,
Spring lleds, Harcaus and Chairs,
Manufacturer of Black Wainut, Chestnut and
Painted Chamber Sets.
C A It P KTS,
Velvet, UrusMds, Tapestrj', Three Ply and In
gialn Carpets, OU Cloih, Ac, Ac.
irnSS AND CASKKTH,
AND MCTAI.Ml! llllltlAL CASKS.
Hutlaiid, June 17.1S73.
I,, n. KlNnsi.F.Y'S.
A N D O N A- H U N T O O N,
Wtioli sale and Detail Dealers In
HtON, HTF.KI.. NAILS, &c, Ac, Ac.
general AA.sortinent of
11 E L T I N tl, I.ACIN (1.2 4c.
TIMOTHY, CLOVER, AND ALL
' . '
NOVA SCOTIA PLASTER,
I.ODI MANtTACTUIlINO CO.'S; POUIHtETTK.
A Pt'LI. USE or
. . in u'P'i - '
C II E A P o P (bit (I A H II
B A. It II ET-T!80 Ii 1). BiT O'R E
w tnayidtwtf ,, lsiir 'fdri .juiamm
OOICS, a T A T I 0 N V. II Y
SI'AL'LDINO A CO.
lime a Inrsc stock nt llool:s eonsislltnxut
01 dlircicnrjslrcs and stli.s,
i'ockel. lilblea and Testami'iils, lai(te and small.
Prayer llooks, llMnu Hooks, Devotional
Hooks, and all dm jsipuinr Imoks
or tlie ilnj iccelveil as Km
JfVKNII.i: hooks ami tov Hooks,
.Men. A p.
I.NII'IAI, Sl'A I'IO.NKIIV,
FIIKNTII KXOMsll il(
;ot Hie latest sl.vlcs, ptnlu and tinted.
IS'ITMI. HTVMIMVII MINK 10 OI-tlKlt.
WHi riNd n.iiDs.
Inks In lllntk. Violet, lilue ami Luiiidiie.
Pens, IVn-liolilPin, Pencil", Slates, Pocket Hooks
am; W nllris, Liulles' Porte-rnommles, Hrack
ets, Hall Pockets, Towel Hacks, Slipper
1 "JTi1 ""icfik' i:ases, Hnslo's His.V
Midi's and Slielves, Jewel stands
am boxes In ;,med Wood,
Mnteli Sares, Writing
Hi'sks and Work
.Mulei mis fur Wavl'Ioweis.OlftssS.linili.s, Vases,
Pailaii Slaliinr.v, Hronze ((roups
and V ascSjSIc renscopesaiid VlcvvtkPlionnrraMis
l.lilinirnipiis, steel KmrrnTtinrs
In Volvel, Holly Wood, Ac. All klmlsor Plolnre
lrmnliij.'it,iMc tiinritiT and In the liesl st.vle.
x i: w s d i: p (i t.
H.illy mid Weekly Papers .supplied.
WV Inv He all w Ishlnar (foods in our line In call
iiiideMiinlnr mtr stuck liefnie pureliiislnu,
SPAl'I.DING &. CO.,
Xii. 1. Mkiiciums' How, IIPTI.AXH, VT.
mi) Idl r.
riiiu-: i:ti:i.sioi! diaby ron ihtT
III.OU-: '.I I' HI! COMI'.SXY,
KeinTal Wlmlesale Agents for
VIMSMOXT AND NHVV IIAMPsIp,
WASIIIXOTOX, VVAllttllX, HsslIX, AM,
CI.IS'IOX (Ill'XTIKS, X. Y.
Why flic Trade give lo the i:eelslor Hljr.v the
ICefeience over nil others.
1st. It Is printed on lino rose tint paper.
'id. Thcsainp quality of paper Is used through
Hi' cttlre line, giving Jusl as good paper In 11
1 1 rapbook ns In a high priced one.
Sd. It Is Ihe best finished Diary lu the
, 4th, We five V0U y:'-1iUneienl sIjU'M lo velvet
h. (jullea iiuniberot tlie hcsl sidling p.K.
bins are made by no other house,
lib. The ockel-book stj les arc all arranged
tiMill tho business man.
rth. ltetallei-s want a Dtar.v that Is neat, at.
(active and saleable.
9th. You will find fewer of them among the
ol stock ot dealers, as they sell better than
aiy other Dial.
til. The S.1I0 of the Excelsior has Increased
mire than um per cent. In the last four cars,
vvdeh fact shows that the retailer appreciates
Oth. We give ut tractive show caritsand sist
ers and plenty of them.
1th. They cost no more, and no less, than
otMT Diaries nil lists mid discounts being
ttli. The Excelsior Is the la'sl retailing
D.$ry offered to tlio trade.
To Intend to V Islt all dealers In Dial les early
In'lio season. If there are any, however, that
wt do not reach, we shall be pleased to send
thtni, on application, a lino of samples toex
nn.'iie In comparison with other goods.
rirly orders nrc always tilled complete, while
lalf1 orders aro apt to Unit tho assortment
broken, and frenuently the best selling stjles
usrd up. It Is a good plan to put In orders early
aspay-day comes no sooner ,than with laloor
diri. We can deliver goods any time after 1st
S'lid In jour orders for Ihe Excelsior early tn
TIIE GLOBE PAPKIJ CO.,
BLANK BOOKS Are a specialty witli
us. We havo overs thing In this line. Wo
have ono of the best (It not tho best) appointed
Hlank Hook manufactories In tho state. Every
thing Is new and In good shape, and we have u
man In charge of 11 who understands tho busi
ness lu all lis details. We havn a stock of Ilrst
class ledger papers, nnd Invito banks, manufac
turing companies, Ac., tooxamlnoour stock and
prices. (1I.OHE PAPEIt CO.
ri,VGS. Wo offer Dennison's Merohnn
L dlso and Shipping Tags to stationers and
Printers at Denntson's lowest prices, send us
an order and satisfy 5 ourselves.
OI.OI1E PAPEIt CO.
PRINTING. Vnythlni; from 11 Card to
L a Hook, neatly and promptly executed.
We have as good facilities us any other estab
lishment In the stale. II you need anything In
this line, give us a trial. Satisfaction guaran
teed. GI.OHE PAPEIt CO
J PENCILS. Dixon's Round Gilt Pencils
are as good as Fabcr's ltound (lilt, souui
say tietter, 1 1 no bet ler, they deserv e favor from
being an American Pencil nt lower prices.
They ant made bylho Joseph Dixon Ciuclblo
Co., Jersey City, N. J., and wo offer them to the
trade at their not prices. Try them.
(1LOI1E PAPEH CO.
OUR STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
comprises u full lino ot btaplo goods,
Ilrst-class papers, folded and Hat, ruled and
plain, all weights and sizes. Envelopes of nil
grades and colors, drug, pay, note, letter, offi
cial nnd document, nil llist-class good and
prices Invv, Oi dcr a sainplo lot.
CiLOHE PAPEIt CO.
mill! RUTLAND DAILY' AND
J WEEKLY OLoilE, contains all thu latest
news, including tho telegrams of tho associated
Rrcss, local correspondence, state news, AT,
o expunso spared fn tho editorial department.
Advertising rales low, especially for short ad
vertisements. The Doners uro larirer and con
tain 111010 reading mntter thnunny other In tho
stute. (ILOlli: l'AI'EIt CO
Menlunts using printed vvrmuilmr will do
well to consult us before ordering, as wo make
us low figures ns New- Y'ork or Hoston Houses,
and glvn better accommodations lu assorting
tots, vilitlo a great saving on 11 bo mndo on
freight, oCOHE I'APEH CO.
f IXIJ'V- nlL3SIT.lX. i,l1,t,,M1,l.
1 1 iu i'ii(i.uuuiJD,umv, mivvjuj'.u 1
X MKN, IIUTCIIEltB AC.-Wo offer tho lurg
est llnoof wrapping Papcre, Paper Hags, Flour
Sack nd Twines, to bo found In tho State,
nest auuiy inaniuu, uest quality uogusman
llla. flost (uallty straw paper, all sizes and
weights. Host quality paper bags and dour
sacks wurrauted full slzu and full weights. No
scrtmplnk". Wo handlo theso goods lu largo
nuKnutl'H, nnd our prices nru as low as others,
solllnf; "anio qnallty 01 goods, semi us nu
(ILOIIE PAPEIt CO,
c sell Dennlson's Tags to
and Stationers at Dcnnlson's
' j.TlLOHE PAPKII CO.
a m. nixnv t cn.7""
TWO OKMH FOB HOfSKHOM) USE.
liotnv's Piiknch bicsnnv Hi.tK.
Huiny's Iii.st siiok Uuckinh.
rylY. 01 (EAT SOUTH AMERICAN
.IUBUBEBA BLOOD PUIIIPIEB.
Is tho most isivvcrfiil cleanser, sliengthener
anil remover of (llandiilur (Jbstruetlons known
to Materia Medlrn.
It Is specially adapted tooonstltutlons "worn
( ovvn and defiiiunfed by the warm weather of
Spring anil summer, when the blood Is not In
active circulation, ooiiseimohilv gathering Im
purities from sluggishness nnd Imperrecl action
of tho secretive organs, and Ii mnnirested by
Tumors, Kiuptlnns, lllotehes, Hulls, Pustules,
Scrofula, Ac, Ac.
When weary nnd languid fromoverwoik, nnd
dullness, drowsiness and Hieilbi take the place
ot energy aliiU Igor, tlio sjstein needs a nude
tobulldllup mid help tho Vital Forces tin c
galn their cupel utile irnvver.
In the bent of summer, frequently, Ihe I.iver
and Spleen do not properly perforin their func
tions! the L'fcrlno and t rlnnry Organs are In
active, producing weakness of tho stomnih and
Intestines and picdlpos(lnn lo bilinusite.
EXT II A ( T O V .1 V 1! V li P, ISA
Is prepar.'d dlrecllv from the South Atnei loan
Plant, and Is peculiarly suited to nil these dim.
cullies; II will cleanse Ihe Vitiated Wood,
strengthen the I.lre-Olvlng Powers, nnd removi
all obstructions from
lMi'AtiiKii ami i:nikkbi.i:o oro.vns.
11 should be freely taken, as.lurubebn Is pro
nouneed by medical writers the most elllclent
Purlller, Tonic and Deobstiuent known lu the
whole range of medicinal plants.
JOHN (j. KEM.Odd, is Piatt street, New York.
Sold hy Druggists, sole Agent for the United
Stntes. Price one Dollar per Untile. Send Tor
"(HIKING CLASS. .Mule or female,
tan a Week trunrillllooi!. Hemteettilite
einpiojiiienl nt home, day or evening; no capi
tal required; full Instructions nnd valuable
package of goods sent free bv matt. Address,
with six cent return stamp. M. YOfXOA CO.,
17:i (Irecnwlcli street. N. Y. septudwivv
"VTEYEB NEGLECT A COPGII. Noth
1" lug Ninon1 certain to lav the rounitiillon
lor future evil consequence.
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS
are a sure cure tor nil dlsenses of the .'expira
tory Organs, Hort Throat, Colds, croup, lilph
therla, Asthma, Catarrh, Hoarseness, lii vness
of the Throat, Windpipe, or Hronchliil Tubes,
and alt discuses or tlio bungs.
In all cases of sudden cold, however taken,
these Tablets should be promptly nnd freely
used. They equalize the circulation of the
blood, lulllgute the hi verily of the attack, mid
will. In 11 very short lime, 1 cstnri-healthy notion
lolhe affected organs.
Wells' Carbolic Tablets are put up imH In
blue Ikixos. Take nosubstliutes. If ihov can't
be loimd at ,v our druggist's, send at onee lo Ihe
agent In New- York-, who will fonvmil ihem hv
ret urn mall.
Don't be deceived by Imltnlluns.
sold by druggists. Price sts cents n box
.10HN(J. KEI.l.OOO, Is PInttst., Xew York.
Send for circular, sole Agent for tho United
7n"PEli CENT. NFr. The Iowa
JLJ Loun and Trust (.'ompany win invest
money on Ilrst-class Heal Estate at toper cent.
Interest, net, payable seint-annunllv In New
lork, and will guaranten the collection of nil
loans mndo through Its agency. All charges
paid by tho borrower. Please write, beforoln
vestlng, for New York nnd New England refer
ences, and full particulars. Svmcki. Mkiihili,
(latii (iovemor ot fown,) President. Address
.IAMES II. HKAItTWEI.l, Secretary, Drawer HIT
Pes Moines Iowa septtidwrvv
rniiE best paper: try rn:
X, Tho Scientific American Is tho cheapest
and best Illustrated weekly paper published
Every number contains Hum into in original
engravings ot new- machinery, novel Inventions,
bridges, engineering vvoiks, architecture, Inv
proved larm Implements, and every now dis
covery In chemistry, a v ear's number eon
lain vi'.'j pages and several hundred engravings,
thousands ot volumes are preserved for binding
and reference. The practical rccilpis are well
woith ten times tho subscription price. Tonus
.1 a year by mall. Specimens sent free. May
be had of all newsdealers.
PATEXTS obtained on Ihe best terms. Mod
els of new Inventions and sketches examined,
and advice free. All patents aro published In
the Scientific American the week they Issue.
Send for oamphlet, 110 pages, containing laws
nnd lull directions for obtiilninir pntents.
. Address for (lie Paper, or concerning rau-ntn,
CO., 87 Park Itow, N. Y , branch ofilce,
cor. t u, ;m M(-i w'ashlugton, D. c. nul4-4w
p. c t' i, 1: u a- c o.
V N II II K A 1. E It H I X
S T O O IC S A N I) 11 o N l S
P. O. box 4,32:1. Xo. 25 Nassau Street.
THE MIDLAND ItAILWAV U mi enlernrlse
of National linpoitnuce, nnd the stock nnd 1
Hondssooiito be placed upon Iho principal!
stock Exchanges, will be as freely dealt lu ns I
those ot tho Xew York Central, Eric, and Penn- ,
sjlvnnla Central Itallroad companies. Five
hundred and elghly-clght miles of Its railroad
are now completed and lu operation. Contlnu- I
ous trains ure running from New York to (is-1
vvego. nnd on tho Western Extension, towards 1
Hutfalo, the company is runnlngtratns sn miles;
tho 1 einalnder of the distance, luu miles, lu Iluf- 1
fulo, lain coursi! or rapid construction, nnd II
wlllbecompletedvvllliln one year. The New .
Y'ork and Oswego Midland Hallway will be one 1
of the most protltablo Trunk Lines running out
of Xew York.
S. 5 0,000, 1) 0 0.
We conlldently believe that titty millions ot
dollars will bo made by the Mock mid bond
holders In this road within a few- years by ihe
rise In the value of the property.
Tho selling value of the stock and
bonus 01 me .vhy iorK x-emrai
and Hudson Elver Itallroad Is
The selling vnluo of tho stock and
nouns 01 ine .suuiaiui uaomn
Companies Including sufllelenl
to complete single track to Hur
falo, nnd double track east ot
Length ot New Y ork Central mid
Hudson Itlvcr railroad rrnm'New
York Central Depot to liuffalo..
Length of the Midland rallwa.v,
Jersey City to llurralo, via .Mont
Saving over the Central roun; 70 miles.
Saving over the Erlo roulel as miles.
This difference ot (Ustnnco In faVor of the
Mldlttiulrouto must always chnhto II to toin
pete with the other lines advantageously as In
freight, and ought to give It u larger shore of
tho passengers than any other line. The early
completion of tho Western Extension, from
Sclpio Cent re to liuffalo, U ensured by tho sub
scriptions of capitalists to a syndicate formed
to purchase $5,000,000 of lsuids from Ihe com
pauy. The syndicate has guaranteed to ad
vance further means. If wanted, to complete
this road, We offer for a short time. New York
ti Oswego Midland Hallway Co's First Mortgage
Seven Per Cent. Hold bonds, Western Exten
sion, ntB7 l-'i and accrued lnierest Hi currency.
Wo are solo agents for selling Jersey City A
Albany Itallroad company's 7 per cent, gold
bonds nt HO and Interest In currency. This toad
Is now tn operation from Jersey ctly to Tappan
town, a distance of 'l miles. Nlnu miles fur.
Ilia, tirrt i.rirteil fill wblcll lrilll lS 1)0(11? llllll.
The road will bu completed to llaverstraw Willi
In a year. These lionds ure only Issued on com
A specialty will bo made of tho slock and
lionds of tho follow lug companies ; New Yolk A
Oswego Midland rnllw ay compnuy. New Jersey
Midland railway company, .vlnntclnlr railway
company, and Jersey city A Albany railroad
company. Wo have now on hand a limited sup
ply of theso IhjiiiIs.
All bonds nnd stocks Known Hi this inniket
will be bought ond sold, for cash, on union for
lnueslors nr dealers. We solicit permanent eor
iosR)h(lcncii nnd agents for the sale ot these
lionds. D. E. Cf LVEH A CO., Hankers,
lift Xassoust., Xew Yolk.
Qi1 1 O QA 1" four weeks canvas.
iDyrX.OU sing was ono agent's pro
lit on Hrynnt's .(Iran e Jixtry and .sum; ; 170
In ono week on Tit AVio lonnvkttifr'ii Manual,
by Miss lieocher and Mrs. stowe. Auv netlvo
man or woman can havo 1111 agency. J, 11. FOIID
A CO., New Yolk, Hoston, Chicago and San
Francisco. Aug il ilAvviw,
LOOK OUT for tho iistoiuidliiK offer to
be made as a Premium to Yearly subscrib
ILI.USiitATED MONTHLY MAdAZINE,
To bo announced next inonih.
Ever liody will bo astonished
O C'fn THOUSAND IN PRESsT SALE
t)U Inorensliig. s.noii morn Live Agents
Wanted lor our
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sins, strains, stiff Joints. sVelllngs.' Inilamal
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to Its great
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l'cns. Sewing silk nnd J.tnen ThrcniL pph
for terms to 1), I Ouernsey, Pub , Concord, V.ll.
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-I. Fltchburg, Jtass., Manufacturers of
VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL
lwM,;V;"blne,.1.,:,l,1"'?n,"1 l"ll"rs aie iioide .
in quantlesnnd to sinndard gunges, so thai
parts aro Interchangeable, can bo run with
greater safety and lessexponsi. llmu any other
englno mnnurnolured. sizesfroui 1 to u horse
trnvvcr. WAIIEHOOMS, No, i Corlliihiit strciil,
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startling Incidents, renrful disasters, lawless
piracies, bloody battles and glorious achieve
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ocean tlshciles, etc. Over sou spirited cuts
Subject new. Price low. Agents wanted
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4 GREAT SENSATION! Agents
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urge all voung people to secure this work."-.
Hoston Commonwealth. "Useful facts access!,
tile elsewhere only In costly nnd cumlicrnus
vyoiks." Hoston Journal. It Is nn entire
llbrai nt small cost. Agents wanted every
where. Address X.vtioxai, Excvclookuia it's.
( o.Tompsonvlllc, Conn, sepsdAwiw
TRITP, ror LarKcT llTiilcd lMce
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS.
1 .mi. i.ii smitnueid street,
, . . PITTSIIUltOH, PA,
I bieeeh-loadlng Shot duns fto to 1300. Duulile
I shot duns. f lotion, single duns, a m ti.
Itllles, .so.7.'i. Kevolvers, a to fa. Pistols.
, ft tos. dun Material, ITsiilng Tackle. Ijirge
I illscnunt lo I'enlei-s or Clubs, Armv duns. He
I volveis, ,vo.. I ought or traded for. floods sent
I liy express c. o, i. in he examined before paid
1ANYASS1NG BOOKS sent fur for the
FIVE VEAltS IX THE TEH1I1TOHIES.
I he only complete history of Ihe vast region
between the Mississippi and the Paclflc ; Its
Itesources, Climate, Inhabitants, Natural Curi
osities, etc. It contains Sio line engravings of
t he scenery, linils. Penplo and Curiostles of
Ihe (.real West. Agents are selling from IS to
copies n day, and wo send n canvassing book
free lo any book agent. Address, staling ex
oerlenoe, Ac., NATIONAL PUHLISIIINd CO.,
Philadelphia, Pa. septadA'Wlw
fJMlE PIRST DIVISION OP THE
ST. PAUL AND PACIFIC RAILROAD
IIFlT.l! 1111: SAI.K
l.oOO.OOO A C R E S I
PRAIRIE, TIMBER AND MEADOW
PIUL'KS UANOK l'HIIVI
t T O is 1 .-, V K R A C 11 I',:
:"Teii Years' Credit Olven When Desired.
'1' O W N LOTS
At Moderate Prices, in Towns at It. It. stations.
GOYERNM ENT LAN DS
Still tube had, under Ilnmestend I.iw, along
alt Lines of tlilsCompuu.v.
OK Tldl 9IAIK I.1NI.', .
between Hcnson and Hreckenrldge. we also sell '
WHOLE SECTIONS AT to PElt ACHE, 1
on a,'. Years' Time, Free of Interest,
on condition that the purchaser breaks the
whole section within a year from purchase and .
plants forty acres In ttmber.ror which the Com.
jiany will turnlsli young trees or seed, For par
, , HERMANN THOTT,
septdAw4vv m'r' !'' M'nnesotu.
XERMONT CENTRAL AND RUT-
on und nfter Monday. June 4d, lsis, irulns
w III run us follows, (Sundays excepted) :
(IOIS0 SOUTH A Nil BVSr.
Leave Kill land at 12-..VI anil4:.H)n. m., andlJ:lo
nnd r.:iJ p. in.
MAIL. Leave Ogdensburg at fi:lo p. in., St.
Albans at, e:'m a. m., Hurllngtnn at 8:10 a. m
Port Henry nt 7:1.'. 11. m Itutland ut 12:10 p. in.,
Hollows Falls at !t:3Q p. in., arriving nt New Iin
don nt ;3n p. m,, connecting with steamer for
NEW YOltK EXPHESS. Leaves St Albans at
!:() a, m., Hurltngton H:vo a. in., arriving In
Itutland nf V.(:.r.Qp. in.
Nld IIT EX PHESS. Leav es Ogdcnsliurg at IS:
as p.m., Plat tsburg 3:30 p.m., Montreal 3:30 p.m.,
St. Johns 4:00 p. in., St. Albans 1:20 p. m., bur
llngton '.i:lo p. in., Itutland li:.vi a. in., liellovvs
Fails, 3:25 a. in., arriving nt New- London at 11:15
MIXED TKAIX. Leav es Hurltngton nt 2:00 p.
in., arriving lu Itutland at :40 p.m. Leaves
lltitlaud nt 4:30 a. in., bellows Falls ":4.i a.m.,
(accommodation Iniln), arriving at New London
at 6;in p. m.
MIXED THAIN. Leaves Itutland at :00 p.m.
an Iv Ing Hi Hollows Fulls at in;no p.m.
Leaves itutland nt 1:43 and r:40 a. m and 2:30
und friin p. 111,
MAII leaves New London at MOO a. m.,
Sprlnglleld s:00 a. in., Hoston 7:30 a. in.. Hollows
Falls HMO., Itutland 2:30 p. in., arriving at Port
Henry at 9:110 p. m., Hurllngton 6:00 p. m., St.
Albans C:io p. m., Montreal 9:4a p. m., Ogdcns
liurg 1:4.', n. 111., making connections with trains
for the West,
EXlitEsS-Leaves Itutland at .1:05 p. in., St.
Albans nt s:i p. m.
NK11IT EXPHESS. Leaves New London nt
2:4.1 p. in., Sprlnglleld nt 8:10 p. m., connecting
vv Ith train leaving New- York at 3:00 p. in., Hei
lows Falls 11:20 p. 111., connecting with train
leaving Hoston nt fi:30 p. m., Itutland 1:43 a. m
Hurllngton 4:10 11. in., St. Albans c:10, arriving
In Montreal at 9:45 a. in., Plattsburg at 12:00 m.,
nnd Ogdcnsburg at 12:35 p. 111., connecting with
trains for tho W est.
MIXED THAIN. Leaves Itutland nt 6:40 a. m.
Leav 11 Hurllngton at :3(i a. in., St. Albans 12:iO
in., arriving fn ogdeusburgal S:Mp. m. and St,
Johns nl 3:,vi p. m,
MIXED THAIN. leaves Hollows Falls at 4:30
a. 111., arriving Hi ltutlund at 9:20 n. m.
ACCOMMODATION. Leovcs New Izondon at
R:ina. 111., Hollows Fullsikoo p. m arriving lu
Itutland at 8:35 11. m.
Trains leave Hurllngton going east, for Mont
poller, Ac, at CM a. m 12:30 p. m. and lap. m.
Trains louve Hollows Fulls going north, for
Whllo Itlvcr Junction, Ac, at 8:30 a.m. und
11:15 a.m., and ts:55 and 11:20 p. m.
cossKCTioss. At Itutland with Itenssclacr ,t
Saratoga and Harlem Extension ltnllroads; at
liellovvs Falls with Cheshire Itallroad; ot south
Vernon with Connecticut Hlvor Itallroad.
ji?-slcoptng cars are attached to night trains
between St. Albans und Troy, and Hurllngton
and Hoston. UYI.ES MEHHILL,
St, Aiuans. vt., .1111101. is, j.
ARLE.M EXTENSION RAILROAD.
CHANGE OP TIME.
SUM.MEIt A Mi AMI EM ENTS.
On and nfter Monday, Juno 20th, ls;j, tniUis
will run ns follows:
MIXED. Leaves itutland at 8:00 n. m., con-
"v.'.'.T "V1"'11 -","ii 1111111 ior iroy.
MAIL leaves Itutland u.mi n. m . nmim.t.
Ing olos.0 connections at Chatham 4 Corners
wil l traliis for New- York, Albany. Hudson, and
w "tn-o . v a. 11. 11.
MIXED. lxavo Itutland nt 2.25 p. in., to Ben
nlngtoii nnd Troy,
SUNDAY milk THAIN (with iiassengcr car
ottacheib. Leaves Itutland at 5.30 a. m.
Itutland to New York W 50
" to Albany, ... - 3 00
" to Hudson a 00
:No lay over checks given.
AHItlVE AT HUT LAND,
Mall, 0.35 p, in.: Mixed, ls.oa p. m.j mixed
F. C. WHITE, Supt,
Itutland, Juno 14, J8I2. mayldAwU
TDENCILS. Dixon's Pencils, niodo In
JT tho United States, nrq much superlorto
Fiberssl'and are sold nt lower prices. Try
them. 1 'qYoBK'PAPEH CO.
J) R P I. I NT'S
if I'AK Kit 1UTTKHS.
A GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVER!
Extract ot ltoots and Herbs which almost In
variably cure the following complaints.
"j-l"--mi, iieai 1, ouro, L.irer LompiailKS and
ioss of appetife cured by taklnga few bottles.
IJissltude, LovvSpu-lts and Sinking Sensation
cured at once.
,.S'uP.t!on?i1'lmPlc'i:nlotch;i"in1 all Impurl
' V,e b'ooa' uurstlne through the sklii or
UonnLo0 bottloradlly V 'Mlng ,he d'-
,n!SLK,l'T"!' bladder and Urinary derange.
muttti&SRXi?1 ; 0,10 bottle wlu convl,,-'e
ielV?!l?,JxJ??llcl1 frf"n "'0 system without the
!?,e il'S'U' ; ? ,cw bot"1' are sufficient for
the most obstinate cases.
onse wlih0iiil!0 h" CUr.Cl 1,10 most (llmcult
ease w heh all other remedies failed.
Nervous Difficulties, Neuralgia. Headache.
c, eased Immediately, 1
v,n!eH1e!1,2tISS,!.clleilJolnt',an'1 M Scrofula
Diniciilt breathing, Pains In the lungs, Side
and ( best, almost Invariably cured by taklnga
few bottles of (juaker Hitters. "
Female Difficulties. so prevalent among Amor
can ladles, leld readily tn Ibis Invaluable mod
iclne, the ouakcr Hitters.
billions, Iteinltlentand Intermittent Fevers,
so prevalent lu many parts of our country, com
pletely eradicated by thu use of the (juaker Hit-
The Aged Und In the (Quaker Hitters lust the
article tlieystnnd In need of In their declining
years, It quickens the blood and cheers the
mjnib and pave the passage down the plan In
No one can long remain unwell (unless afflict-
botT.1o,sVT(i1Sr'i!rt!l!,rt nnor taUns n ro"
Sold by all Druggists and Daali TS In Meilleltie
! .!,?T,s:,,ulat,w'10lesale and Iteioll bj (, p.
I W IXO, Druggist, Itutland.
DR. II. S. FLINT A-CO.,
At their dreat Medical Depot, Itw nnd 191 HroaJ
street. Providence, 11. 1. mchtl fan
OOK AGENTS WANTED.
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A startling expose ot Medical Humbugs ot the
past and present: It v ent Hates ()uaVksTlmio,.
tors, Traveling Doctors, patent Memclun v?u
dors, Xoted Female Cheats, Fortune 1 toS
j and Mediums, and gives Interesting accounts of
! noted Physicians and narratives ot their lives.
It reveals startling secrets, and Instructs ull
1 how-to avoid the Ills which llesh w heir to.
. vv e glvo exclusive territory and liberal commts
I slons. l or circulars and terms address me
1 publishers, J. 11. llCHU ti HYDE,
I Hartford, conn., or Chicago, III.
OF THE UNITED STATES.
Twelve hundred pages and fcoo engravings,
printed In Kngllsh and Ciermnn. Written hs
twenty eminent uuthors-, including John II
(lough, Hon, Leon Case, Kilvvaril Howland, Ite
E. lUIwin Hall, Philip ltlpley, Albert Drlsbane,
Horaco Oreeley, F. H. Pel kins etc., etc.
This work Is a complete history of all branches
of Industry, processes of manufacture, etc.. In
all ages. It Is a complete encyclopedia of nrt
nod manufactures-, and is (ho most enrortaln.
lug nnd valuable work of Information on sub.
Jects of general Interest ever offered to the
public. We gtvo our agents tho exclusive right
ot territory. One of our ngonts sold 13.1 copies
In eight days, another sold stss copies In two
weeks, our agent In Hartford sold 397 In one
week. Specimens of tho work sent to agents
on receipt of stamp. For circulars and terms to
agents address tho publishers, J. 11. Hl'Jtlt A
HYiiE. Hartford, conn., or Chicago, HI.
UNCIVILIZED RACES OP MEN
IN ALL COUNTUIES OF THE WOULD.
HeiniT r eomnrehenslve account of their man
ners nnd customs, and of their physical, social,
mental, moral and religious characteristics.
Bv KEY. J. (I. Wood, M. A., F. L. S.
Five hundred engravings, 1,500 Super Ilo.vul
Octavo pages. In two volumes, or
two volumes In one.
Agents are making over lioo per week In sell'
Ing this work. An early application will secure
a cholco ot territory. For terms address the
J. 11. HUItlt & HYDE,
HAItTFOHD, CONN., ok CHICAliO, ILL.
UUinfry ana nry ootls.
A R B O W S A- M I T C H E L L
(Successors to Fkkvi ii A Hikbovvs.
PROSPECTUS FOR 1873.
As we have worn no disguises In tho pasture
,:omc w Ith no promise of a new sensation. We
shall offer you no cunningly devised fables to
tlcklo your fancy, nor take a ti esh departure lu
unbeaten paths to relievo the monotony ot
truth-telling. For nearly Fifteen Years vvp hav e
held to the same principles, and we find them
all unworn by Iho lapse ot time.
MILI.IXEHV AND FANf'Y.fiOODs
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL;.
;A1I orders entrusted lo our carejwill bo
ntovi'Ti.r j.vJ c.inr.Fvu.r viu.kh.
BARROWS A- MITCHELL,
XO. 21 MEHCHANTS' HOW.
BBIOK. I have flvo hundred thousand
good hard burned merchantable brick on
hand and tor sale on reasonable terms. Please
call and examine. Warranted togltesatisftc-
uon.,t 1 vv.vi. , iuui,
Uutland, August 1, 1(73.