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RUTLAND, VT.f THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4. 1878.
PRIOE THREE CENTS.
(). T. e l! (i s s,
Manufacturer Of and lli.Mler In
i ISimilN'lJ LfMIIKH, SHIKIII.K. I.ATII,
CLAPIIOAItDS, AXUSI'lll'C'i: 1.1'MDKH,
JIOOILS.SASII, M.INDS .MOt l.ll
IM1S, UIUUKKIH, WIN
DOW KI(AMI A
srrull Sawing of all klnil, ll:iiiln-, Matching
und OhvJug done loonier. Yarilnnil Mill Cor
ueruf lutoii and Kuniace streets, near i'relght
liepol, Hutland, Vt. Ma)niA:i:u.
n. n. mkrhiam's
P K H F K C T KITTING SHI UTS
are more durable, and
rllF.Al'KIl THAN ItKADV MAUI',
so customers say. Solid trial order.
K. X. MEItUIAM,
JeJfdlj Merchants' I!ow, Ittitland, VI
lURTAIN CORNICES OF BLACK
J walnur, or all (Hit, made to order, cur
lain Mags, Tassels and Cords. DKAltlioitN'S
SHOW CASKS, CORNER, clock
and Mantle Shelves made to order, with
nam or .Moulded euges. uh.(.m;t.s sawen m
ninercni sijiesai. ur-.iwiuii.s a
EW MOULDINGS KOK PICTURE
Framing. Chromos, Lithographs, mid
Kngravings at ii.iciioii?.T'
PECDHATION 01' CHL'ltCHKS, 1IAM.S AND
Good first-class work nt reasonable prices.
Many ) ears experience in the business. Come
and we my work
No. 1, Wales, Cor. West street.
Jvi?dlin Hutland VI.
II. M O It E II O 1' S E,
ItlTLANl) MANLTACTl'ltlNO COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
WOOll AND CHAIN HEAT CHAIRS. I1EI).
STEADS AND CHAlIt STOCK.
Corner of West unit Forest Sis,
I,. Atwoon, Asjt. CI. c. Ilrom.M, Tre.i".
m.i) ldlj .
I" W. K I X (5 i
Manufacturer and wholesale and retail dealer In
HASH, DOORS, 1II.1NDS,
MOfl.DINOS, nitACKETS, AND llOfSE Hl'Ii
Of EVKRY DE'CKirTION.
Fcknack Stkkkt, Kcti.vni, Vt.
Orders by mall or otherwise promptly attend
.1. .1. GL'INDON",
I! L A 0 K S 31 I T II .
I'artlcular attention paid to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted. Shop on
WUST ST., NKMI OLIVER M IKRI.E WOUKS,
muyldJm ltFTI.AXl), VT.
LINCOLN IRON WORKS.
Marble Mill and Hoisting Machinery of the
most Improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings nnd general ma
steel nnd Iron Wire Hope at Manufacturer's
Itutland, Vt., May 1, 1R73. mayldtt
A. II. IIAWLKY,
COSTlACTOlt AXD I'llACTICAt, M.ATHII,
He Is prepared to do all work promptly and
well, orders can be left at J. K. Glynn's store
on Merchants' How, or at the llardwcll House,
lliftrtnce Hockwood llarrett, Itutland: L. M.
Mason, President of First National Hank, De
troit, Michigan; Hon. J. M. Man In, Saratoga
Q. It 0 V E IS L B A K E II S
NEW IMPIIOVED LOCK-STITCH
S E W I N O M A C H I N K S .
Makes the stitch alike on both sides. Light
running. Complete in attachments. For sale by
E. NT. MEHRIA.M.
SCRAP IHON AND STEEL, OLD
Narblo Saws and Currency taken Inex
ihango tor Nails nt tho
mayldJm RUTLAND NAIL WORKS.
West of Lincoln Iron V orks.
J H. DYER,
NO. 15 MERCHANTS' HOW,
Iron and Lead Pipe, Portable and stationary En
gines; Rotary steam, Forco and cistern Pumps:
Leather and Rubber Ueltlng; Rubber Hosound
Packing; Rubber Overcoats, moves and Mit
tens: Steam and Water tlauges; Water, steam
and (las Fittings, and Fixtures, all kinds; Flax
and Soapstoue Packing; Cotton Waste, Plumb
STEAM, WATER AND (IAS FITTING
Dono at short notice, and nt prices adapted to
Itutland, May 1, 1873 myldcm
JpLUMMNG AND GAS KITTING.
COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
Having leased rooms No. If., Merchants' Row,
In Store with II. R. Dyer, I am prepared In do
all work In my lino In a workmanlike manner
at reasonable rates.
PI.VMHINO AND OAS riTTINO GOODS
supplies at tho lowest rates.
SATISFACTION 0 If A R A N T E E D
tv Orders by mall promptly attended to.
S. D. JKNNESH,
Rutland, May 29. 1 a lUm
0 PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
The OLOllE Paper Co., luiv lug duplicates of
the following articles offer them for sale, nt low
Steam Engine, suitable for running prows,
Hoe Card Press,
Smith Hand Press,
Iron Frame Paper (.'utter,
Two Rule Mllerlng Murhlnes,
Two Pairs News Chases;
Two sets Column Kulec,
And numerous other articles used In n Printing
TEAM STONE CUTTER COMPANY,
Sole proprietors and manufacturers of tho
STONE CHANNELING OR QUARRYING MA
For cutting stone into various sues aiirtjll
IN ALL KINDS OF QUARRIES.
OFFICE 4NU SHOril,
JOHN W. CRAMTON, Prcs't.
GEORGE E. ROYCE, Treas.
CHARLES CLARK. ftec'.V.
GEO. J. WARDWKI.I, Hupt.
PRINTING. Sclf-Inklng Ponrl Press.
New and Valuable invention. Every busl
ness man should have one. Presses and outfits
from 110 upwards. Send stamp for Catalogue of
Frel'ypeTc'uts, etc, GOLDlNOi CO., 14
KUbjr street, Boston,
rANTED. Wholesale Purchasing
T Agents tor the Bartram Sewing Machine
made at Danlmry, conn. The latest and best.
The stillest, fastest and easiest lockstitch, sen
setting, straight needle machine In the market.
Iielter terms than any company Address,
.IOII.N A. DOMIK, General Agent, Datibury, Ct.
Xr ANTED, All men wishing to make
i v money to send for n pamphlet contain
ing Instructions, Arc , which everybody should
know. .1. c. TIl.TON, Pirrsnrno, Pa.
r00D CHOPPERS WANTED TO
T cut r0 cords of hard wood In Mendon.
Apply lo oko. W. cnu-t iv, Jr., Merchants
a n t i: D
Tno active and energetic
LIKE INSURANCE AGENTS
to solicit for one of the oldest and best I If"
IX Tills COl'MItY.
Commission or Salary will be paid as can be
Till: I1KST TKIMitTORY IN TIIK STATE
can be secured lo lesponslble men.
Address, with reference,
110X 1115, Rutland, Vt.
Aug. t3, 1S7J. dlw
i; y, k S k B A R It E It
AT NO. 1, OPERA HOUSE lil.OCK,
Keep a full assortment of the following
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
FRENCH CHINA WARE,
TAltI.E GLASS WARE.
SILVER PITTED WARE.
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
TASSELS AND CORDS.
LAMPS AND LANTERN,
Wholesale and Retail,
LAMP CHIMNEYS and 11URNERS,
Wholesale and Retail.
MATTRASSES and LOUNGES, and
majldtt DONE TO ORDER.
Q.LOBE PAPER COMPANY
PI'llI.l'-IIEIIS PRINTERS, STATIONER
III.AXK HOOK MAXiri-'ACTl'UKHS,
IluWhgputfliasod the Wholesale l'jper and
Stationery business of 11. A. Sawyer, and the
Printing business of -las. K. Mc Lean, with the
addition of a complete Book-Bindery, they have
consolidated the whole into one business, and
moved the same Into the new and commodious
Globe Building," erected especially for the
use of tho company.
With one of the most complete Printing De
partments of any establishment In the State,
under the supervision of oneof the best practical
printers In tho country, they arerjepttml lo do
all kinds of plain and ornamental work In the
most upproved manner and on short notice.
Our Jobbing Department will comprise full
lines of Writing Tapers both folded and flat,
Envelopes, (Note, Letter und 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 and Cordage, Wooden
Ware, Matches, Brushes, Blacking, Blueing,
Ac, Ac. This Department will be found well
stocked nnd worthy the attention of close buy
ers. Tho Bindery will be uuder tho charge of one
of the most thorough workmen to be found In
the Slate, and all work will be executed in the
best stjle and with dispatch.
With men of long experience In charge, and
with extensive facilities for conducting- their
business In lis several departments, they pre
sent one of tho most completo establishments
of the kind lo be found outsldo tin: cities, and
solicit the patronage of the Public, feeling con
lldent that they can Insure the wants of all
upon the most favorable terms.
GI.01IU PAPER CO.
f1AGS. We luivo now In stock an assort
X inent of Dennlson'H Patent Direction
Labels und Merchandise Tugs, which we will
sell at manufacturer's prices.
Wo have also a good stock of " Phllllp'H Se
curity Hook-Tags," a very convenient and ser
viceable article for merchants. Among Its ad
vantages are; Ooods can bo more readily mark
ed than by any other means; the tag Is so se
curely locked that It cannot becomo detached
from the goods; no chanco of tho tag becoming
detached from the hook; no lntn projecting
to tear other goods or jour lingers. They are
safe, strong and cheap. Cull and examine
them. GLOBE PAPER CO.
It. CABLE'S WATER PROOF
Of T, li LACKING,
IIAnNESSES, CARRIAGE TOPS,
e BOOTS, SHOES, ETC,
Fits harnvBses wrfectly and prevents crack
ing. Does not fry out or gum the surface.
softens and preserves tlioileaVher, Excludes
me water. Excellent for boots, snoes, so
tir-Glves universal satisfaction. Mouufac-
injiodtwtf N. o. MAIlCH, Mlddlebury,
vofri(i8 mid mbim
J & T. CAD EN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED FRUITS, PICKLES, Sc.,
AND FANCV GOODS.
Also, Dealers In
DRY (JOonS, SHAWLS, DRESS GOODS,
"HOSIERY, GLOVES, Ac, ic.
An assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING OOODS
Constantly on hand.
AGENTS FOR MAIL STEAMERS TO AND
SiT-DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT ON THE
BANKS OF ENGLAND, IRELAND. SCOTLAND
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN STS.
rpiIE CLOSING OUT SALE
of a slis'k of
GROCERIES AND PROVISION'S,
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
HOOTS AND SHOES
CROCKERY, OLSSWAHE, AC., AC.,
II A S C O M M K. N C E D .
Will aull themselves of the opioituulty which
It fronts to replenish their stock of household
lr Every art Icle Is sold at cost or less.
I'l.KAHK CAM. AND IKAP.N 1'lilCKS.
G. W. CHAPLIN, Jit.,
No. 9, MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND.
p E T K. R II U N T K R ' S
M A I N S T R E E T .
Is the place to buy
SUGARS TEAS, COFFEES, BUTTER, CHEESE,
FISH, of all kinds, ORANGES, LEMONS,
FIGS, CANNED FRUITS,
ut loner prices than any oilier place In town,
Try It anil lie conlnced.
MAIN STREET, (Kust side,)
1 8 5 7. 1 H 7 !t .
O L I) R E D S T ORE.
OliftrKlUKS AXD, PJtOVISlO.YS,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
mojltf Mkrciiasts" Row.
p U L T O N M A R K E T,
UUNTON A- HAYWARD
All kinds of Meats. Fish. Vi-L't'taliles and
Fruits In their season.
Klngsley Jt Sprague's lilock, Merchants' Row.
Q. R K E R T U R N E R
SirOAtt IlKFhYJXn nOMl'AXV,
7 WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Offer for sale all the various grades of Itetinod
Sugar of Superior Quality at (be lowest Market
Prices. A superior quality of White Sugar for
Confectioners use. Also,
WHITE COFFEE A,
COFFEE EXTRA C,
And the lower irrodcs of
)' K L I O H' ,S' IT (! A 11 ,
Orders to be addressed to our ofllce In New
York, 79 Wall Street, Cor. Pearl.
Parties ordering 10 barrels can have thenuis
borted. Terms Thirty days, or Cash In 7 days, less
)i per cent, discount,
K. 0. BAXTER,
BATTY'S NABOB PIOKLEH,
Crosse & Jllackwfll's IMcklcs, HuKord'a
Worcestershire Sauce, Nabob sauce, In fact
nearly all kinds or English Pickles can be found
at II W .MARSHALL'S
PRUNELLAS, PRUNES, CHERRIES,
Peaches, Blockberrlcs, Haspbirrles,PlumB
Huckleberries. Also, all kinds ot rrultS liicans,
lurnuinu II. y, MAHNIIAI.I.
li. fl, mnni-iini'i'i
Grore Mreet, Rutland, vt.
ELK HORN & MAGNOLIA FLOUR
very choice, for sale at
iaayldtwly T), W. MARSHALL
(BromUjs & groulsions
R0CER1E fc PROVISIONS.
Cliolrc RagKcil Hums 17 cnl Ml
4 Gallons best Kerosene. ..,$1 no
lo lbs. Boneless Salmon 1 Ol
10 lbs. Lard 1 (hi1
is bars Babbit's Soap....... 1 OD
The best of Butter CO cents
a lbs. best Raisins U (X)
s lbs. Choice Raisins 1 oo
The best Japan Tea S3 cents
A splendid Jap Tea :o
Oratiam Flour 5 "
Out Meal ", Ci
Superior Cheese 14 "
ri'.UITS RECEIVED DAILY AT 47,
T. C. HUBBARD,
J2illf Nn. 47, MKKCittNis' Row.
WHAT I KNOW ABOUT THEM!
The crop Is short ami you wilt have to hurry
up or loose them.
I am receiving them In large lots dallj .
COME QUICK! AT NOON!
Melons, Apples, Pears, Tomatoes, Cabbages,
etc., fresh dally, ntthe
OLD RED STORE.
Merchants' Row, Rutland, Vt. AugKtlm
B. W. MARSHALL'S.
r"1EAS, from 50 cents tci 81.75: also fresh
X Ground COFFEE, at
I). W. MARSHALL'S
mayld&wly Corner of Grove and West Sts
UTLAND MARBLE COMPANY,
MHOIKSAIK DKAI.KItS IN
BLOCK A- SAWED MARBLE.
CjI'.MtHIKs AStl Mll.ls,
J N BAXTER, Supl. WKHT RUTLAND, I.
All the. irrudt-s of Rutland Marble. In the
shaiMi of slabs of various thicknesses required
for Furniture. Mantel, and DecorutHe Work, as
wellns Cemetery tises; also Cubic Stock for
Monumental and Building purposes, Including
Bases, Strips, nnd Posts, may be found on our
yard ut all times.
i lour extensive arruugements for tho produc-
Hon of Marble, m the way of ouarrylng Ma
I chlnery, und Mills comprising thirty-two gnugs
of saws, place us in position to supply the
wants of the Trade. Wholesale and Retail
Dealers, Builders, Furniture-Men, nnd gen
eral Manufacturers will llud It to their Interest
lo fav or us w it h their orders.
RUTLAND MARBLE CO
q .1. LOOP,
Wholesale dealer In
CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDY
IVl'IIKH K AND WHOI.KSll.K UMiJ
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS
Tho attention of Town Agents, Physicians
and Druggists Is especially called to our wines,
as they are unsurpassed for medical purposes,
coming from onp of the oldest vineyards In
California. All goods' guaranteed puro and sat
isfactory, or lo bo returned nt my expense.
CORNER FREIGHT ANT) EVELYN, STS.,
iljtndon Sl Huntoon's Block.)
Hutland. Vt. uultf
BAXTER NATIONAL BANK.
II. 1IKSKV BAXTKK,
II. F. Lotukop,
J. N. Baxtiii,
T. W. Pari,
Geo. K. Rovck,
(IKORQR R, UOTIl'M,
J. W, CKAMTOX
N. T. SFBAOt'E, .111.
W. C. Dl'NTON,
W, (', I.ANIIOS,
Made and remitted for nt Lowest ltutes,
INTtllKST-iUXlWKD ON T1M lIKrOSITl).
A general Banking nnd Exchange business
II. Henry IIaxtkk, Prest, J. N. Uaitkh, V. Prest.
(Irohok It. Uottum, Cashier.
RUl'US HATCH, '
B R 0 K E R ,
17 HltOAlt STHKKT, .VA'r J'Oftf,
Slocks, (lovrrnmeatsand GoM bought and sold
J p- Interest allowed on deixislts. mayttdif
DAILY STAGE BETWEEN RUT
LAND AND STOCKBUIIflB,
Arrive at Rutland II in.; leave Jtutland 1:00 p.m.
starting from tbe Bardwell'JIoute.
tw Conhectionn at stoclbrldgo with sttM
or itocbester and Bethel,
myl2im H. a. TUPPKR, 1 lor'r,
$tovtii ana Sin Ware.
JtfNN & CRAMTOn7 1
Manufacturers ot all kinds of
, and dealers In
1'laNlSllED. BRITANNIA. JAPAN. GUIS
AND WOODEN WARES
,, of ever dpsenptlon.
I11IOOMS, BI'.t.'SHE' AND BASKET.
and a general assortment of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Special facilities for Jobbing all klnd-i of
TIN AND GLASS WARE.
rH kinds of rihtkr taken In pxcliutige for
NO. 14 MERCHANTS ROW.
Rutland, vt., May I, Ufa. myldtf
E M O V A r,
s. (I. staley, of the late linn of htaley Lliv
plncott, has removed his business from No. 87
('enter St., to No. 1! Merchants' Row, where ho
hus formed u Copartnership with Messrs. Dunn
J! Cramtou, under the nrm name ot S. (7. stuley
A' Co. He will be pleased to seo all of his old
customer.-, and as muuy new ones us will favor
him with a call
G . ST A L E Y & CO.,
No. V.', MKucn (NTs' Row,
Dealers In 1
STOVES AND HOT AIR FURNACES.
The Mowurt and New Amerlcau Cooking
stoves, ror both wood and coal, constantly on
hand. Manufacturers of and denlers In
.COPPER. TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE.
P I. U M B I N (.
IS all Us branches, Uulh Tubs, Water Closets
(las und Watei Piping, and Fittings of
TIN ROOFING AND JOBBING
Of tilt kinds promptly nllended to. None but
skllirul and reliable workmen employed.
a i.i. hoiik u:tiiiiAxrt:n
RKUhMIIKIf, ? 1SIIIHS SOUTH IIKTHKOmu HOl'SC
V E S
CELEBRATED FARMERS' AND MECHANICS'
WITH EI.EVRA1 ED OVENS,
are now being made at the
PIT T S U O It D F U It N A C E .
Also foursUes of
F 1. V T K I li 0 X S T 0 V H S .
These Stoves, being made of the plttsford
Charcoul Iron, will out lust any other Stoves
made, and will be sold as low as stoves made
of bard coa Iron. Apply to.
aug'-Miliim PiTTStORii, Vt.
g fat (Bslatf.
p.VRM FOR SALE.
The subscribers offer for sale their farm, sit
uuted about two miles from the village ot Bel
lows Falls, on the Chester road, well known
JOHN CLARK FARM,
Containing about three, hundred and titty acres
of land; twolwelllng houses, three burns und
two tenant houses, neur tho railroad track.
The tenant houses uro new. Tho large farm
house has been thoroughly repaired and paint
ed, with new piazza In front und end, new front
fence, ull In tuu most 'substantial and tasteful
manner, making It a desirable residence.
Nearly three-fourths of a mile of ncwwotcrplpe
from u never-fulling fountain supplies all the
OVER TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
has been expended within the past two years
on buildings and fences, besides the tenaut
bouses. The land is Hilapted to the raising of
all kinds ot crops, some fifty acres nro well
adapted for tobacco. Tho laud is now under a
gout stulo of cultivation, by having been fed
out a large amount of hay and grata tb past
two j ears, which bus been brought on tho
place, besides that which the farm has pro
duced. Tho eastern Hue Is the Connecticut
river und the furm laying webterly, dl Idcd Into
pasture und tillage land, with a sutncient sup
ply of wood for tho premises. Situated so near
the Mllugo of Bellows Falls a Milage growing
more rapidly than any place within the Stale,
and with its unlimited water power, which Is
fast being improved, must continue lo increase
In a still larger proportion In the future makes
It the most desirable farm In these part. Pos
session given Immediately, except tho mill
yunt, and that lu ono year. Inquire ot the sub
scribers on tho premises; or Joseph Wilson,
nrm of J. Wilson ir Co., near the depot ; or Wll
tier & Hopkins, at West Rupert, Vt.
WILDER & HOPKINS.
Bellows Fulls, May 1, 1S73. myl-dtf
GEORGE 0. NEWMAN,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
Office ! Derby's Block, sd VIoor.Kront.
First class village and farm property tor sale
and to let. Money to loan on notes, mortgages,
life policies and other approved securities,
Faded Garments und Carriage llnlmru Cleaned
and colored by a new chemical process so that
you can hardly dlsdlstlngulsh.them from new.
Scouring and pressing light atilta'beatly exe
cuted. Persons having any such Jobs Ihev wish
to uavo none, win pieasu caiiui my i'yu nume,
Washington street, opposite Town Hall.
All goods sent by Eipresa promptly dono and
murocu. aii iiuii- hu.iiiwu.
UT tMJV llMUTfi Vrnm TMnr Hemlfir
........ - ...... . ...... . . . . -.
I . n. Ki.Aunnn,iA .fl.i .limn Bllh Hnrf 111
rvu i . u j un i. .... ... - , , v . "
rOUT Orders, luouasc I'inum iv iw ill' VJ
he Hundred or thousand; ulso. Green Peas
ready about July t. Flower plunls. imong
which la the cvlefiratod Amaruntbas Salstfollu
or Fountain Plant, oinstautiy (n handi Bou
quets, wreaths c, msde to order.
majDdty Star rir orounds
A R 1 W E L I. II O U S K .
J. It'. CllAMTOX. 1'ioprktor.
Tho BAIlllWEI.L HOUSE H located opposite
the Depot, and has long been favorably known
lo the traveling public. It has been recently
Improved, now nnordtng Iho best and most
ample accommodation to guests.
The TABLE will be Slinnlteil Willi nil the
I luxuries of the Season, anil every alteullon will
be paid to the comfort of Us patrons.
In I lie future, us In tin) past, the Proprletorln
tends to make It n Ili-st-class House affording
all the comrorts of n home to the traveler. The
' public putronuqe Issollclted,
A OOOD LIVERY in connection with the
! Attentive PORTERS will bo found ul the De
I pot on the urrlval of nil trains.
T. N T R A L ROUS E .
LADIES AND GENTS'
DINING ROOMS AND RESTAURANT.
Good rooms with new lurnlturc.
Board by the day, week or month, at leason
It will be conducted on the "European Plan,"
and ev cry effort made to secure the comfort nnd
patronage ot the public.
Unfits fni: MKAI.s.
Breakfast from lij to 10 o'clock.
Dinner " It to !l '
Slipper " 5 to 8 "
From S to 101 a. in., and If to 0 p. m.
J. A. SALSRURY, Proprietor.
Rlltlund. Vt., Aug. IS, 1573. dim
JjAKK DUNMORE HOUSE,
K. P. HITCHCOCK, PiiofitiKToi:.
' J. W. l"OI(TKR. M (N (Oku.
Hits well known and popular Hotel, slluated
on the shores of Luke Dunmore, has been re
cently put In thorough repair. Several new
Cottages have beKti built anil newly tarnished,
and will be opened June. 1st, for the reception of
boarders and tourists. mayisdl t
TIIK EQUINOX HOUSE, Maxciikstkh,
Vkrmont. Drawing' room cars run through
without change, from New York to Manchester,
by 10:40 a in, train, via N. Y. A' Harlem rullroud.
Paa.vr.gcrs by Hudson rlversteniners, leaving
NewYorKiitl)p.ni., connect nt Tray with s a.
m. train, arriving at Manchester at 10, a. m.
A train leaves Trov at fi n. m.urrlvlnir ut Man-
Chester at 7.1' p. m.
'trains leave jtiuiana ror .viancnesier at s a.
m.. :3 a. m. and !:2.i ti. m. On Sundays at 7:30
a. m. Address
jyiw r , 11. oitvis.
NOC'H MORGAN'S SONS'
S A P O I. I O
Is a substitute for Soap for all Household pur
pose, except washing clothes.
S A P O L I O
for Cleaning your House will save the labor ot
one cleaner. Give It a trial
S A POLIO
for Windows Is belter than Whiting or Water.
No removing curtains and carpets.
S A P OLIO
cleans Paint nnd Wood, tu fact tho entire house
better man soap. o slopping, saves labor.
You can't afford 10 be without It.
S A P O I. I 0
for Scouring Knives Is better and cleaner than
Bath Brick. Will not scratch.
S A P O L I 0
Is better than Soap and Sand for pollshli.g Tin
ware. Brightens without scratching.
S A P O I, I O
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1873.
TIIK iMl'.W llAVKIV CONfllir.UA.
II OVAL MIUIM.'II.
Illitullutloli of Itev. Stephen Know 1
The town of New Hnvcn was chartered
by New Hainpsltlic Novemlicr, 2, 1701.
The settlement vvns commenced lit 1700 by
a few rmljrrnnls from Salisbury, Conn.,
on a poitinn of what lias since become
n part of the town of Wnltham. In con
sequence of the rovoliillonary war, Iho set
tlcinciit was Interrupted, ami was aban.
doned In 1770. After the war wns over the
settlers came back to their lnnds, and the
town was early orijanlral. Like all Hie
early pioneers of Vermont they planted
the church and schoolhouse side by side.
In Its early history, two baptist churches
were formed, one In the west und the other
!u the south part of the town. Early
In 180-1 these churches were dlsolved and
no trace of their records fttthcr than the
fuel of their establishment run ho recov
ered. The Congregational church was estab
lished just previous to the present century,
Jfovemlier, 15, 1797 j Rev. Silas L. Bintr
liam was Installed as its 11 rat paster on the
1st of January 1803, nud after a three
years pastorate, was dkmbscd, June 8th
1808. Tho Rev. Joslah Hopkins, one of
the ablest theologians Ycrmont or New
England has produced, was Its next pastor,
settled June, 14, 1809, and after a useful
ministry of twenty-one years, and having
attained a good reputation as a preacher
and writer, was dismimcd August 'JO, 1830.
He was succeeded by Rev. Joel Fisk, who
was Installed October 20, 1830, and AU-nii-sed
September 25, 183'2. Tor tvv o years
the church wassupplied by different clergy
men, when Rev. Enoch Mead wits bellied
January 9, 18-31, and dismissed in 1830.
Rev. James Meaclmm was next settled
May 29, 1833, and coutinued pastor until
his election as Professor of Engllvh liters
tttrc at Mlddlebury college.
This church has always lieeu the princi
pal oue lu the town, has ti portion
of tbo time, sustained services utNew Hav
en Mills. The present church edifice was
erected in 1820.
On Tuesday, September 2nd; a large
audience, assembled to listen to the M'rviees
of the Installation of Rev. Stephen Kimwl
ton us pastor of this ancient church, which
has stood so long as a pillar among the
Congregational churches of Yermont, und
from which so nmny good Influences have
gone forth lo bless the world. The coun
cil met nt the church In the morning to ex
amine Ihu candidate, and decide upon the
request of the church for hi settlement.
The council was composed ot the follow
ing pastors and delegates :
Dridpurt.llKV. William W. Winches
ter, pastor: Dca. Charles X. Hayward.
Cornwall. Itev. S. W. Magill, pa'tor;
Milo U. Williamson.
Bristol. Rev. Slillman Morgan.
Middleburu. Rev. Edward P. Honker,
pastor; L. C. Harrows.
Umll- ltev. M. 1.. heveranee, pastor;
E. M. Wright.
Itlplon. Itev. Cephas II. Kent, pa-tor;
H. I. Spoor.
Salisbury. Rev. L. C P.itriilge, pa-tor;
Dca. J. P.'Durant.
Shorthau. Rev. William X. Bacon,
pastor; Dea. L. Catlin
Vergennes, Rev. William P Aiken, pas
tor; C D Heeler.
WeybrMje Dea. S O Wright. Dele
gate. Rev. Harvey F. Lcavett, Mlildlebury,
The council was organized hy tho choice
of Rev S W Magill, of Cornwall, Moderator
and Rev Willlan N Bacon, Scribe.
The request of tho church was nubmitted
and passed upon, after which tho Pastor
elect was inot thoroughly and cr'licnlly
examined na to his religiotn views and his
acceptance of the creed and polity of the
Congregational Church. Through this try
ing ordeal for every minister at his ordina
tion and instillation, the candidate, was self
possessed and clear in his statements, ac
quiring himself, tu tho acceptance of the
more than ordinarly able body of clergy
men before whom he appeared.
The Installation services were impressive
and Interesting throughout and were con
ducted in accordance with the following:
iikiikr or em:i:ci-i:-.
1. Anthem by the Choir.
2. Invocation by Rev. I.. C. Palridge
3. Prayer by iho Rev. William P. Aiken.
4. Sermon by Rev. S. W. Magill.
.". Installing Prayer by Rev. Edward P.
fi. Charge to the P.istor by ltev. Cephas
7. Right Hand of Fellow-hip by Kev.
8. Anthem by the choir.
9. Charge to the peop'e by ltev Harvey
10. Prayer by Rev. M. L. Severance.
11. Benediction by Rev. Stephen Knowl
Tho sermon of Mr. Magill was founded
upon the words,
For unto us was the tiospcl preached, as
well as unto them ; but tho word preached
did not profH them, not being mixed with
faith in them that heard It. Hebrews 4 ;2.
The discourse was one pertinent to both
peoplu and pa-tor, explaining their relative
duties to each other, it was un able pre
sentation of the subject in hand, as show
ing tho efficacy of divine truth, for with
out mutual relations the power of tho Gos
pel Is measurably lost.
All who took part In tho services evinced
a spirit of kindness and good fellowship
towards the new pastor and toward thoso
tu wh:m ho had keen commissioned as an
Embassador of Christ, and indicated that
Addison County was supplied with cler
gymen of power and ability to preach tho
PntiiiASK of a Mountain. The Bos
ton, Clinton and Fitchburg Railroad Com
pany has Ixnight Wachusett mountain, lu
Princeton, and contemplate the cpnetruc.
Hon of n, railroad from Pratt's station
through East Princeton, ulong tho baso of
the mouutaln, through Westminster to
Gardner, connecting there with tho er
mnnt aud Massaqhunetts railroad, They
Mill ot'u, onnstrnrt h mud no the mountain
to thh summit, and there erect an elegant
anil commodious public hounj for the no
eoumodatlnn of vlpltnis and summer
Clrmc ' Ciiiiiji
Thcrc has been a good deal said lutely in
tho papers about this grove which has been
purchased, and set apart entirely for re
llgioui purposes. Yet n hort description
of this place may not bo entirely uninter
estlng to your renders.
By an art of the legislature a corpora
lion, or company was funned and stock
certificates Issued. This stock was gener
ally taken by those belonging to the Meth
odist order, and by tbctn considered good
although the dividends nro not calculated
upon very largely lu this world. In short,
the value of these stocks an not varied by
the rise nnd fall of gold, hut nre consider
ed by those who hold them, even better
than "fine gold."
The land Is beautifully located upon an
Inclined plane near the Rutland and Bur
lington Railroad, in Xew Haven, where
a station has been fitted up, and a new de
pot built, especially for the use of those at
tending the Camp Meetings, which assem
ble there from year t) year. On the eas
tern side of these grounds may be found
one of the most liberal and cooling tprlng
to be seen In all the country round about.
This fountain supplies all the water used by
man and beast that ever assemble there
From that point to tho west, tho land rise
greatly until near the eastern line, where
sonic low ledges rise, just high enough tu
make the scene picturesque lu the extreme.
These ledgesj or rather ridges are nicely
wooded and make one vast green bower ot
stately tree.-, screening those that stray
about to the outskirts of tho grove for ex
ercise or meditation, perfectly from the
burning rays of the August sun.
The enclosure contains about twelve
acres of ground, surrounded by a good sub
stantial picket fence, und could not well be
duplicated in the the stale, for canip-tneet-ing
purposes. Since tho purchase, variou-Iniprovemetit-,
have been made. Nearly in
the centre i- located the sealing. All
around the .-eats are located buildings and
tents. Some of them suhstanli.il two storv
dwellings clnpbiMrded, shingled and paint
ed in a neat lusty manner. This, to my
mind, is as it should be, o that thoc who
attend tbe meetings, can do so, nnd bo com
fortable at the same time. We are out up
on the doctrine that people may violate the
rules of health, and trust to religious zeal
and christian enthusiasm to protect them
from sickness. However much grace may
do for us, we should at tho same time have
some care for our health, and this cannot
be dune in the old-fashioned cnmp-iuectiug
way of tenting out upon straw, and even
that rather thinly laid down. We have
thus spoken, not that wo nre opposed to
cainp-meetlngs, but to note the rational
change that seems to be taking place all
over the country in reference to protection
against wet and cold storms that are liable
to come on in the mid-t of a meeting. Xn
dcubt, much good has been dono hereto
fore at uampiiieetlngs, and mure will be
done in future.
It i right nnd proper that people should
set apart one week at lent, in the year to
go away from the cares and vexations nl
business, where there Is quiet and rest from
that every day strain for the "Jdngs of the
world." And where can it be done more
rationally than in tho "tented grove?"
Away from telegraphs, newspapers and gen
eral noise and confusion of mercantile and
mechanical business. Sttcli a retirement it'
governed with care, must lie a source of
physical health and promotive of religious
But hold, I have lo-t my descriptive
yarn. Let me come back to my description
pf the grounds.
The 'Speakers stand" is located on the
eastern side of the circle of building- and
tents, and us tho ground ri-es towards the
west, it makes it convenient to fee the vast
audiences there from time in time to hear
the gospel preached. The committee that
have charge of the grounds have prepared
for rainy weather by making plank walks
in various direction- so that weather wet or
dry you can vi-it all patts of tlic grouud-
dry shod " The committee, al-o con
template gravelling the ground- under, nnd
abeut the seat-, so a- to guard airain-t a
When all Ihe improvement- are fully
complete we presume it will be used by some
ns a kind nl summer resort a few wek-e
previous to the eoinineneenient of the meet
big. The proprietors have ulso erected a verv
convenient nnd cum moil km- boarding house
where those who attend can obtain good
hii.ird al rcu-nn.ihlc rales. Mr. A. Wil-liam-on
who has conducted the eating de
partment fur the lust few years, has done il
In a quiet and orderly manner, becoming
such a place. It has been entirely fiee from
tho noisy, boisterous rabble that generally
gather about such a locality.
VViislullRloii I'rtrk Itiue-.
The purses olfered by the Washington
Park association nut having received the
necessary number of entries, are declared
off, A new programme will bo ItMted this
week. In commenting on Iho rapldlj
growing Interest in Washington county lu
the breeding and developing of trotters,
H'jTW Spirit or last Saturday says th it
the neighborhood jvossesses a few good ones
and no inconsiderable amount ol stipetloi'
blood, though quite below the i-tandard of
Orange, Diiehos and some other counties,
A little moio of the staying stuff is (.vaul
ted and will hu had, tor the farmers and
breeders are alivo to the subject. Wo mv
Informed that u movement Is now on fisit
to secure the tervlccs of mine high-bred
stallions-, both of trotting uml racing lino,
selected wllh direct view to improving tbe
standard of trotting blocd In Ihe county
nnd of giving the farmers and others an
opportunity of breeding their maiesiicM
spring to dctitrnhla hortcg ut reasonable
figures. Ab trotting has been Illicit
brought directly to their doors, upon n
scale that has drawn horses from a distance,
the fact lias been render.M nppareut that
much of tho speed which their home-bred
horses derived from such f otirccs as Blsh
op's Huiiibletonian, the Morse Horse, Bai
ney's Henry, nnd others years ago, nnd
more recently from Ethan Allen, Biggart's
Butler, Young Columbus, etc., has been
rendered Inutile by cold crosses ot
Canadian origin that have prevailed of late,
ami now the cry Is, give us blood tbnl can
stay and rercat.
Hums. Hears nre getting quite bold lu
Huntington uDd Boltoii, and a number of
kheep have been made mutton nt by tbem