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TIIK 11UTLANJ) J)A1LV GLOJJE. THURSDAY IMOKNING, SEPTEMBER 1. 1878.
From tlio New York Sun.
l'lir Willi " Isjlunil.
tllkltlAS IltOOIiHOl'SDI JtUNNINO WILI
ANIMALS VNI CMlCI.r.XS DKVOlT.r.ll A
MAN ANI 110 II IT. ATf VrKUIl I1FNT
Tin' western uml of the range of hills
which rum the entire lcnglli of Long Island
i thickly wooded, mid tho land has been
little cultivated, so that wild forest land lies
within about fifteen miles of New York city.
The larget species of wild game have been
driven back by tho sportsmen who have
found a convenient shooting ground in the
vicinity of Newtown and Jamaica, but
within tho last three years n new kind of
wild animal has found In the fastnesses of
the hills convenient lairs and well-stocked
larders in the cattle and pig-pen" of the
In Newtown some three years ago, dwelt
:i number of Cleiinan families, and among
tho trcasuers they had brought from fath
erland were four Siberian bloodhounds, one
female nnd threo males. These dogs were
nclccted and allowed to do their own for
aging until they became Independent of their
home ties, and took to tho wood", leaving
their possessors rather relieved by their
absence, and wholly unsuspicious of the
i.vlls which have resulted from the libera
t i.ni of such animals.
n.VNunuoi s linos.
The iliius liredand increased In number.
mid from time to time new recruits to their
band have been acquired iutlie form ot tann
er' and teamsters' dogs, until there Is now a
breed of wild dogs combining the savngo
nes of tho bloodhound with the treachery
of the cur living within twenty miles of the
oitv. Thev have never been waned upon
.vstoinaticallv. and have increased until
tiicir number is estimated by hundred".
They have lived on game heretofore, and
hi what t bev could find in the henroosts of
the farmers,' but of late these sources have
.con iusunieiw-nt, and they have gi own bold
er, attacking calves, making their way Into
hog pen, and even attacking cattle aim
hor-i's, until within a lew weeks they have
not shrunk from human presence, although
only one Instance is Known ot ineir at
tackine. a human being.
A Itluni.rli L'iral excitement and terror
h.ne at limes prevailed in the two villages,
in nrgani'ccl patty lias milieu out tor men
itcrioiie lllou. A nlan of that kind is now
ut foot, however, audit 1" probable theie
will be r ire sport eie long lor tlie ni.nus.
men ol Long Maud. .Mr. I'r.inU Sittiies,
i vim ol tin. well-known Fulloti slrui jovv-
. il, . i,l Hint inline, ins U i'i t hire or lour
i i t i it'iti. mil a hired man on Mr. Sipilios's
i,,nii li ix done a well,
list sitiiiil.iv. 1'ieileiiek limn, who ic
shir- with ', Sir. H. V. Slnrr ol .ianialca,
-taile,! into the woods With tl Sharp's lillc
1 1' 1 "-tii'd eiieil in killing half a iW.cu of
tin -i Hot-Is, a fiiiialeund lier liller. Tlie
'1'i.ile. a large shaggy animal, Mi-lng tlie
m ill .-tinted for him with a wivnge growl.
she was lie-tantlv killed .ml In r mile
wm iiili'il. but the hitter c-capul.
TI AI KINO V It'll!' ;..
Mr. lilijah Xostinml. oi .lamaini, was
along Ihc'lloffman I'oulevard about a week
ago. nnd while In tlie woods two dog.-, at
tacked ills hors-o, one of them M'iing the
hurst' I iv the nose. Mr. Nostruml iiligliled
and drove the dogs away by stoning them
lie describes one of them its being u large
brindled beast of at least ilftv pounds
weight, ami the oilier n smaller snaggy
white dog. I hey came irom the woods
and on being stoned i eturned to the simo
Some three weeks ago Mr ('.A. Ilcldln
of Jamaica was followed by two largo dogs
while driving past the same place, ami lett
them behind after a bri-k race. Two ladies
on horseback were followed for over two
miles on the Mine road. .Mr. II. W. Stair
has lost twenty-eight fowls In n single
night by a raid of the pack, and his neigh
lairs mourn the loss of calves and hogs.
Sonic time ago Tim Jackson, the noted
horse-breaker, saw a number of them
enter bis yard nnd attack ids cults i but
as lie bad lost geese and ducks befoie. lie
was not Inclined to suffer any further Iom,
so lie sallicil tortli anil scared them nil.
In the meadows near Flushing tlie col
ored farm hands never vcntuie out to woili
without their guns.
Mr. Starr lefcrred to above, is a luother
ol lr. .lames t'eclc ol limilnglon.
Tho Montreal Witnem gives a short bio;
rapliy of John T. Drew, Hsu.., most of tlie
statements win probably no news to that
gentleman. It says :
Mr. Drew is own nephew to "Uncle Dan
lei, whom he resembles both in phvsiogno
my and genius, but to whom lie is not sup
posed to bo othcrwiso indebted. This is the
gentleman whoso name appears as n sub.
scriber to tlie 6tock of the jlissis'ipioi and
lllack Hlver Valley Hallway, of a portion
so largo and mysteriously referral to that
it has provoked inquiry on our part ns w ell
as on that of others'. Wc arc informed that
Mr. Drew, as a young man, was some eight
years ago a tutor in at, ! rancis uoiiegc
nichniond: that, having studied law, ho left
this city lor Washington, armed witlia com
mission to correspond for a morning paper,
There lie fell on his feet in promoting tho
passage ol some measure with money mil
and his first professional feu amounted to
many thousands, smeu then no lias been
more than once to Europe, placing loans
for national enterprises, and lias been cm
ployed in a similar capacity by certain Old
World governments, lly these means lie
has rapidly accumulated wealth.
Ilotlitiriiii; Itii' l'li)'loligiM.
Tho New York Tribune thus facetiously
comment on an interesting item which
was copied by us recently from tlie it'ich'
ford Sentinel : There is an old gentleman
In llerkidilre, Vt., who is doing his lie-t to
bother the physiologists. His years are
four-score, and for some tlmo ho has bee
bald at tlie top wilh a neat fiinge of per
lecuy wiitio nair. ue nas used no restora
lives or kathairous or mvlgnralors, but
hcautmu mack crop ut hair has sprung
irom tne smooth sun. ice ol nix cranium
This alune would constitute him one of tlie
principal phenomena of tho nineteenth ecu
tury : but tins is by no means all. Thou
he has been lung molarlcss and Ineisorless
lie has lately cut three elegant teeth, so
that "redolent of joy and youth" tho gales
ol the tireen .Mountains seems to hav
breathed for him "a second Spring." Hut
now comes tho most astonishing part ot the
story j nnd wo are sure that we don't know
what tho teetotallers will say when they
will hear it, For wo are going to announce
Hint tho rejuvenated I.iibello has all his long
Hie been a reckless imbiber, n regular hard
drinker, n votary ot tho morning cock-tail
and of the evening night-cap! Tills in;
account for his having become hairless and
toothless ; but what is to account fur his
miraculous new locks and recent Ivories?
It',, a mysterj s mid in tho present dark state
of the case wo aro not prepared to say that
bitters are good tor baldness or "tods tor
loothlcssness. In Met, wo arc not prcpnr
eil to say anything nioro about It.
Humility A.nnivfusauv ash What
Iransi'IUKh. Air. .Myron liekuor was
forty years of ago on Friday, but ho did
not nntlcliiaio making any very great to
over tho event. Ills good lady, however,
proposed not to let tho occasion pass mi
noted. So, without notifying her husband
she Invited soma trlcnds to call that night
and a seoro or nioro accepted. A flue col
lation, plenty of wino and good cheer greet
ed them. Mr. Ticknor was surprised, yet
delighted. Especially was ho pleased with
tho magnincent hoquct ot cuoicest powers
fresh as it lust c ticked with tho mornin;
dew upon them, which thoughtful friends
upon tho Hudson (?) had sent him. Upon
a card was tnstclully inscribed! "lo re.
member Hope Cottage." Tho good things
discussed, Mr. Caleb Ticknor, in fitting
words, presented his brother with a hat
Tho recipient, on call, returned thanks
suitablo remarks. Colonel Slnvback.
well-chosen language, also desired to mako
his host a present on the auspicious ocea
slon I ho tlioreforo presented him with a hat
.Mr. Ticknor again returned thanks. Mr,
1'earce, tho wliolesaio hatter, likewise wish
cu to show his good will, and presented hi
host with a hat. More thanks. Judge J.
1'. Vnstlno had nlsd brought it douceur of
regard, nnd presented Mr. Tlcknor with a
hat. Thanks again. Tho speeches wcro
very htippy, and the furt run high. Until a
lata hour tho visitors enjoyed it. St, Lonis
in, nous ion nil: iiiusoi.s.
Mr. Xtisby llmlarks in n Xar Vnterpruc
lie locales in Illinois mm is Metnhior
phoscil into ii Ifartl'Vhtctl Vnrintr,
)i:i:t SrASitr.y. (wielt Is in tlie State of
llllnoy), Aug. 13 187a. I hev lefttliu Cor
ners, temporarily, at least, for 1 hev a field
uv labor here, wlch in (pillc cz pleasant ez
that in my old home. I am up hero in the
anti-monopoly Irtislncss. I am in llllnoy,
groanln ov er tho burdens pilcdon us farmers,
and diitnin, with all tho vehemcneo .that's
into me, the monopolies that is sucklu the
life-blood out uv tlie honest labotlu classes,
and tryln to convince em that their redemp
slum kin only bo brot nbout by nbandonin
to wunst the infamous Hcpubllkln party,
w icli is responsible lor every evil tuat s on
to the country, from rallrodc down to tho
Wc hev at the Staslien a noble coterie
uv sympathisers with a hard-fisted yoman
ry a most gorgeously synipathisln set ez
ever I see, and so alilictcd arc we at t!:e
troubles wieh tho pcrdooscrs arc lannn un
der, that we hold nieetins ptrpctnnly in tho
room back uv the bar uv the Jaekon ho
tel, to consider em.
t he leedtti spent among us, nstnu irom
me. lo a eterau svinpatiner wun lauor,
wieh Ids name Is I'ettus. Absltim I'ettus
was oilginally a shoemaker, but early In
life developed a talent fur hnldin ollis. He
vu. elected sheiill'uv tliu country, and the
bench wieh knowed him wunst, linmejitly
knowed him no inuie forever. There was
some dilllcultv nbout some collcckshuns
wieh he made, wieh wu esteemed ot suf
ficient importance lo prevent Ids belli re
nominated, and like Nebuchadnezzar, ho
wiu turned out to tlie thin grass uv jirlvit
life for years, wlch time lie spent prlnsipally
orn iuienlin corner groceries, and abonshi
society, wieh didn't recognize him, carnin a
lhhi by collectln the bills for bis wife's
drcss-uiakin establishment, to wieh, when
binis wuz dull, he added a laundry. I'res
ideut I.lnkln wuz indoost by the citizens uv
tlie Staslien, to appoint him collector, the
sed citizens vainly linaginin that if he bed n
good fat thing, 'lie mile possibly pay his
debt". Hz even body he owid I'igned ills
applicaslutu for tlie appointment, lie bed
the longest' list uv names that ever went out
uv Hint village. He conllnyood In ollis
doui in Johnson's iidministrashen, hevin
euine lo the eonelooilien that John'on's
pulley was correct, jet after that grate man
notllled him llut lie should chop oil' Hie
head of eny oliMiul that didn't. Hut (irnnt
busted hiiii: fence wieh lime I e lies bin a
consistent Deinocr.it and liner uv tlie
labrin classes. He he, seen cloe times
ecnee ottin he bin without the necessa
ries uv lili, for his wife is gettin advanced
in yean, and can't wa-h and sew everyday.
.Mr. rctlus goes into the movement agtn
ppressivo monopolies and sieh, with all Ids
lieait, sole, body aiKUlrength. Ilebleeves
in the nobility of labor he holds that labor
iiez not its proper rewind, and ez for his
pait lie will enter into a croosado agin tlie
bloated monopolists, and in behalf of the
horny-banded agrieultoorist of tlie country,
with all the zeal of his trooly fen id nacber.
One uv the most tctclun sites in nacher is
to see i'ettus a leanin on a bar, and discour-
sin on tlie grandjer nv labor. He sez that
if the farmers, the hard-banded labrin
masses uv his country want a candidate for
auditor who loathes and hates tho oppres
thun uv labor, in whatever form it may
nine, lie is their man.
Samuel Blather is anotliLr one uv the
hard-handed who is witli us. He is a Dem
ocrat in politics, and alluz lie, bin. He
iiez diskiu'red that tho farmers mo groanin
under a dcspullsui. Ho don't own no farm
hisself, nor lie don't buy nor sell any pro-
doosc, nor anything else, nor hex ho any
pcrtikcler biziniss, but be leels tuero is an
incubus wieh ways onto tho labrin man,
and, fur one, bo feels like pttttin his shoul
der to tho wheel and histiti it. lie expecks
to be tho Democratic candidate for county
recorder, and if tho farmers know their
friends if tlicy only kin bo brought to re
cognize them whose hart beet responsive to
tlieirn, and put him on their ticket, lie hez
a soft thing uv it. He kin truly say that he
never laid under a tree, scein tho hard-
handed victim uv monopoly u sweatin un
der nis ill-rcquittcd toil, without feelin for
him, nnd his biizzum beeves cz ho thinks
uv the opportunity ho hez now to champion
that class, lie scz he is tho bet man for
recorder in tho country.
Cephas liiUius holds that the only refuge
tho farmers hev is in Hie biizttiu uv the
Democratic party that's where they want
to go, Ho leels in his sole that they arc
opprest. he unit jest slioorezlie knows
wat thcr wrongs is, but lie persooined it bed
suthing to do witli monopolies or suthin in
that sort, but watcver it was he stands
ready to denounce it. Let us, lie said, or
ganize a grange to wunst, nnd when it comes
to the elceshun let ns seo ef the bloated
Ifepubhkin party shood longer tide on the
hacks uv honest workinmen the hard
Last week we held a meeting in the back
room and resolved ourselves into u grange,
witli I'ettus, lllatlier, ilillins and myself
cz tiio prinsiplo ofllsers. llovin justgot tho
organiaslicn all safe, and In proper hands,
we Ishood an address to the farmers uv the
country to Lome In nndjlne. I urged, cm
to let the farmers organio it, but my co-
hiborers declined, They sed they preferred
lo make sertain that tho organlzashun shood
bo in tlio bauds uv the troo friends uy tho
laborin classes. They didn't care to take
Wo hev assumed a cotoom In accordance
witli our new agricultural deparclier. Wc
hev heavy stogy boots, bin over-hauls
tucked into 'em hickory shirts, and broad
brimmed chip hats We each of us carry a
black-snake whip Instead of a caln, nnd
sprinkle hayseed in our hair every morn
ing, lllatlier is so eutlioosiastie that he
daubs clay on his boots every mornin, nnd
llillins took a whet-stun and rubbed ilo in
side uv Ids hands threo days industriously
to get up a satisfactory callus. We address
each other ez Farmer llillins, Farmer
lllatlier, Farmer I'ettus nnd Farmer Nasby,
and our convcrsaliun, is principally agricul
tural matters. The other cusses have
more zeel, however, than discretion in this
dlrcckslum. Hllllns wuz out in tlio country
witli us, nnd lookin wiso ez lie passed a
field of wheat sed that them wuz tho best
lookiu winter oats ho bed ever seen, and
ho wondered whether tho farmers uv that
section planted corn yet in October. Ilo
lied found it better to sub-soil it in Septem
ber, so ez to give It a good start to prevent
I wooden't hev bed an actual farmer
heard this idiocy fur a small postoll's. And
1 hev other troubles with 'cm. I'ettus wuz
goin' out lo address a grange in cowhide
bouts, check skirt ami oveihauls, es n sim
ple, plain fanner, an unostentashus son uv
soil with a diamond ring on Ills litllu fin
ger. I hev to watch him to make him tako
it oil' and put it hi ids vest pocket nforo ho
begins to speak.
Hut while this advencher hez Its drnwbax,
It is after idl cz pleasant cz anything I hev
here. Drinks furnished gratuitous by tho
Democratic central committee, and board
likewise j for ez wo hev only a itcpublicans
majority uv L'OO to overcum in tio county,
they think tlio chances warrant sonio cx
pcndiloor. I shel stay, hero and run this
cainpanc in tlio interest of labor.
I'l.ritoux'M V. Nasiiv.
(Wlch wuz postuia8terO
The uiiderslgneil would most respect Hilly In
form the publlo that ho will open on or about
September 1st, In stiiley'a building,
37 CHNTIIlt STItHF.'l',
a llrst-class Merchant Tailoring IMubtlshmcnt,
Having been connected with sonio ot tho lead
ing houses' of New York and Hoston, where
none but llrst-class help aro employed, I claim
to have had such experience as enables mo to
compete with any one In my lino ot business.
Foreign and Domestic Cloths alwaysonliand.
Latest New York fetylcs of llreakfust Jackets
and Morning downs mado to order. Satlsfac.
Hon guaranteed In every case, smith
Jlutland, Vt Aug.iio, h:,i.
JJATRH' li'otlSK coiiNr.it. rji It
C I. O T II I N (i
(h:th' Fi'iiNMsiiiNd noons.
HATS AND CAl'S
IMII Till! XIIV.T 10 IIAV
l wake ro'iin for
r a i. I, u o o n s .
:mamis .sr viin:ricn'.Hiti
HIHH'CTION IX I'HK'KS.
C I, O T II I X l
iint AND l.llssi THAN' crir.
mr I he ni-l
T II I I! 'I' Y
I) A Y
lo imike room rnr
1' I. I. (I (I (IDS.
A full Hue ot
( HINTS' I'VliXISIil.VO (IOODS.
A. o. ( I'.NMNdllAM.
No. .'. ( kmi.ii sr dpiLislteth,' ll,'ii,,t.
CLOSING OFT SAI.F.
i; o o t s
S II O r, S !
All Minis n( summer Hoods a eusl or:
in. lie liKim tin n
Sow Is the Unit- ut -No.il lo'
hinall aiiiniiiit or money.
el shiul r.ir a
children .mil Misses
at a low ll?me.
CAM. AND SIX Fill! YOl'USKI.F ,
A lien sinck of niiicksiiillir.s Aprons Just an lied
nt No. 1; Merchants'
(. W. (TJKKICH.
1: r. a t
i! : D u c
'I' i o N
The great exclltiiicnt now prevailing In Hut
land Is, where can a Man, Woman or Child get
the best hoot oil Slioi: ror the smallest
amount of money.
Now, Citizens of Hiillandaiidlclidly, I claim,
and do also slate, that 1 can sell jou an) thing
usually kept In a llrst-class Hoot and shoe stoic
ns cheap, or even cheaper, than can bo found
this side of Hoston or New York markets.
IP. h. Please call before purchasing else
where, and I think that ynu will be eoiiiliiit'd
(bcloie leaving) Uiat the above statement Is
coi reel. Yours respectfully,
W. H. HOS.
No. r,. Merchants' How, Finland, Yl.
Slnrcjinnnerlj occupied by French X ll.irions
7 O 1!
S A I, H
A llrst-class Mite lire and bunrtar niiiof com
bined one of "Herring's Patent Champion," In
perfect w 01 king order. Will be sold for less
ihan lis real Milue. Apply at the Haxler Na
JSlfi'lIt II. li. HOTTF.M.
S A I, K
The subscriber lias n Candv annaralus com
prising a complete outllt for luanufaclurlng
eandy, which he will sell for less than one-halt
tho original cost. Also, one heavy Truck Wa
gon, cry cheap j and one pair of Double Work
(I i:o. W. CHAPMN, .In.,
11 Merchants' How.
Htilhuid. .May 80, myncdlf.
S A I. H ,
My house on ihe corner ot Main and Washing
ton street with or without the two houscHnu
Jolnlng. Also a desirable garden lot on the south end
M A I N S T n 1: 1! T ,
(onlalnliig about Ilftycholce trull Ireets,
JIHS. 1:. W, IICNTOON.
Hhipihe of c. F, llimtoon, nl
l.ANDON ,V HI'NTOON'S.
The subscriber oilers for sale the
HOl'SR AN'I) LOT, 21 COTTAOi: STIIF.HT,
Corner William Street.
Iloiisuls In good repair, contains: 12 rooms, gas
and water uboio and below, licntlon desirable.
Cellar alwayH dry and well ventllaled. Hani has
accommodations for two horses, or horse and
cow. (iood barn cellar.
A portion of the furniture will be sold with
the house It dessred.
Possession given at any time,
C. II. FOHIIHS.
Hullanil, .lime d 1S73. illt
AND FOH SAU', AT AUCTION.
I will sell, on R.iturdav. Seoleinber Gtli. at
two o'clock p. 111., on tho picnilscs, to tho high
est bidder, about ten acres ot land, In lots lo
suit purchasers Said land lies dlrecllv east of,
and opposite 10, tho Fair (Iroiinds, and anords
good building lots with a lew ot the Fair
(iroiinds, and Is known us tho homestead of 11.
1,. Miissey. I will glio a Warranty Deed and
Immediate possession. A portion of tho pur
chase money can remain on mortgago or ap
pro! cd notes.
Wit. M. I'I KI.D.
Hiilland, Aug, 2'J, 173. auif3uisd,t.wli
txstu7if7 iand in riTTsroiti)
X For Halo or rent, one bundred and twenty
mo acres ot lino l'ASTL'Hi: land locaU'il one and
one-half miles from t'lllsford Village. Address
or call nn K. P. HITCHCOCK, uudcr National
llaukof llutland, Hullanil. Vt. Ma.vltf
QWFU.INH 1IOUSK AND
' 0 li S .1 h 1: .
The Mibscilbor oflers his House nnd I-ot. situ
alert on Prospect street, for salo. Tlio house
was creeled within u few years, and Has eight
rooms. W'ulcrlnlhoilrst nnd second Maries,
and a garden under good stale of emulation.
Tho premises will be sold cheap.
scptDdlm C. i:. YOUNO.
mWKNTY DOLLARS HISWAItD
Will bo paid for the
DHTKPTION, AUltHST AND CO.NV1CT10M .
of the- person or persons who, wantonly and
maliciously, mutilated tlio stone erected to tho
memory of my child in tlio Cathollo cemetery
In this place.
Iltlilll DANini, CIIONAN.
P V V. 11 M O NT f j I V K
I N s r 1! A nc i:
(II' lit llI.IS'O'i'O.N,
CO .Ml' A NY.
nrrici:, rv.rii nniiMstt, ro.i.wn: sr.,
Ini'iirpoiMteil oetoher 2stli, lsr,?.
Assets January 1st, IB:,, - k13!I,S08.!5S.
Murplus Iticluilltig rnpltal, si II In assets lo
each t.l In lliilillltfes.
hitr plus eii-lusUe ot eipllal. t '.'I In iissts lo
eueli tl.') i In liabilities.
i:cry iti'slraMi" rorni of imllry Isstiml nt eieu
rates with any reliable company, or lower.
KNIIOWMIIXTS AT Mm I1ATHS A SPi:
CIAI.TV, l'iie Important privileges sentrrd In (his
form of liollnv.
. 1st. The term limy Iw reiliiced nt any lime by
' Inl'ircr nnMncnts.
'Jit. Noii-toifeltliigon Hie paid-up policy plan.
ml. Xon-rorriitltig on Hie "teiiiporarv In
sui unci'" plan for the lull amount ot the imllry.
-I tit. The accrued value of Ihe polKy niav be
received nt any time nfler five payments have
Mb. 'Hie ilcfi'ired iirriiiiiiilnllons will lie illil
ilt'il innong Hie siinhlng policy holders at inn-
AM. POl.KiKM Alli:MiX-roi!Fi:tTISfl ITOX
Titiciit Tumi's. ' !
Hury policy holder will have the lipnrttlmf
Ills own impstnicntsscriii'cd to liliu.
Send fur rlrctilars ot rates and plans, or call
In at tlie oniee unit examine forjourseUes. I
I'ATIiONIZK HOMi: INSTITUTIONS !
lirsm;i, s. TAl'T, I'reslilenl.
WAIIIIIIN (linn's, secretary.
urn Assrit .vxcr. socif.ty
No. 120 Hkoahwav, New Yoim;,
Ilasheeoine the most p.)iiuhii' I.lfc Insurance
Coinpui In Ulc woiht.
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i liiirteroak lii,2in,5ai
1 Mclinnnlltan 11,&.'.rt,M
, Itepiiijllf ll,rMii,:;i;i
i Mass,icliusetts. Mutual r.,417,7.'i
N'orlli America 4,021,17.1
1 TraielciV l.n.'i'.wi.-,
loci 1. Aiivi-ouv linviin or laiEUKNCi::
.lolin . Haxler,
Ner. 1'. Simons,
John A.. Mead, M.D.,
Col. W.(i. Vea.cy,
Joel M. Haven,
(!eo. H. Hotliitu,
ciiarles I., stlinsou
John W. Craintnu
John A. Sheldon,
Mcliolus L. Davis.
MAOX f; VAUOIIX,
lUHtXlIAM A- TKMl'I.i:.
We ore AgenlK for the following' Ih sr das
Fire Insurance companies.
Aetna Assels, fiVioo.ofie.
Imperial, " K,(Kxi,noi)
Iliiine, N. Y " i,msi,000
lloval, " 10,000,1100
Hartford " '.',2M,(ioo
1 nsurance of No. America, Phlla. " :i,2mi,ooo
Franklin " 3,400,000
Plionlx, N. Y " 2,iio,ooo
I'ha'iilx, lliulford, i,coo,ooo
sprlngtlcld, " 1,(100,000
National, llaitford, " soo,ooo
These mo the best known of all the companies
represented In llutlanil, and since we lime
reiiresented them they lutre jmil viore wintry to
the cltlcns of Itiilhind and Mclnlty thnn nil
nthti' ri;wi lift's ctmbiited.
This record proves their Mobility and their
willingness to pay all proper claims.
We confidently epect a continuance ot Ihe
liberal patronago w filch Ihcso companies have
Wealsorepiosent the Traielers Life and Ac
cident Insurance company. We gne a better
and 1 hen per policy than any other Life com
JMiiy, (Mil and see.
lll'HNHAM H TKMI'I.K.
oillce, opeia House, Hullanil, vt.
riMIH .SUHSCillHF.lt linving nehieved
1. Koinellilng of 11 reputation as a
In these Fulled States of North Ameilca, re
turns thanks for the
by Ihe whole people.
.Making Flrst-Class woik, my speciality 1
would Hiille, as many of jou wishing that kind
of woik, lo " (line 11 hand" and help us boost tho
Tho H00111 Is newly re-iltied nnd rv-f mulshed,
and sou will llud It iille pleasant to whllonwny
a few Heeling moments u wn go traiellngoii.
You will nnd my
I'nlU'KI.Al.VS AND IMI I'A'I KIN I'OlUXIuMXS
mado un lo please all and at less rales than
eer. No expenso or iuIiih hpaud iu Tools
chemicals or anything going to make up
A GOOD UIvFv.T.SS
as It Is my motto tn please, It I do not mako n
wini 'tin: K.xi'kiiiKNci: of khihtkkn vkaiw,
nnd most of that tlmo In llutlanil, I (latter un
belt lluit I nm what I 11111,
11 OHMS IN
0 1. A UK'S 11 li (I 0 lv ,
(Comer Merchants' How and West .Streets,)
JAM. O. MF.IIUHM; "
, ... 1'norniKioa.
Cms, A. W11.1.IAUS,
(Late of Philadelphia)
luncw ilwjm Assistant.
KVI (1. KIXOSI.HV.
lU'lt.lilIltS' AN'I) CAIHNI.'T
Wejnioulli Fine Finishing and F.mplli'
Nails, Iron, steel, chains e.
HI.( KSMITII'S COAl-lll'sr.
steel, lion. Picks, Ames' shoiels, Hl.isllng Pow
der Ofiileriiiiient prnoD, Fuse, Large
.111111 Flies, steel striking Ham
mers, Handles. Ac.
M MM. llOI'H AND ( OIIDAlii:.
sAW-SHM, Cllll'FLAK AND WOOD AWS,
AND P.OVNTON'S I.UIIITNINO
Oils, YuniMics, (Hue, Sand Paper, Itnishes, Ac. I
OI,ss AND PI'TTV.
A sjileinlldl hie of Table mid Poekel cutlery,
Sheai'M and Selssois.
Parlor Furniture, Center Tables, Mlnois, Kv
lenslon Tables, Hudsteads, Mattrasses,
spring Heds, lnneaus and Chairs.
Mnuiif.irt uriT of lllack Walnut, Chestnut and
l'.ilnteil Chamber Sets.
(' A 1! V K T s .
VclH'l, Hiusscls, Tapestry, Three Ply and In
grain Carpets, 1(11 Cloths, Ac., Ac.
COFFINS AND OASKF.TS,
AND .MHTAI.MO HUKIAI, CASKS.
I.. (I. KINflsi.F.Y'S.
A N 1) O N V II UNT O O N,
Whiileside and Helall Dealers In
IHON, HT'KKI,. NA1I.S, Ac, &c. &c.
genelul ASSUllliielil of
II li I, T I N (I, I. A O 1 S 02 AC.
TIMOTHY, CI.OYUt, AND AU
NOYA SCOTIA I'LASTKH,
I.ODI MANl.'FAOI'IMIINO CO.'S' POliDHHTTK.
A l't'l.I. I INK (IF
'i: a p v on o a s n
a O li I) H T O It K'
11 A It 11 K T T '
ISooltf, ..StaHoncvij, fir.
gOOKS, STATION K II Y &0.
SPAUJ.DINO & CO.
Union large stock of lioota consisting of
in dlffercntjslzcs anaMjles,
Pocket Iilbles and Testaments, largo and small.
Prayer liooks, llvmn Dooks, Devotional
Hooks, nnd all tho populur book")
, of tho day reccU oil ai knoii
.iLVK.s'iu: hooks and tov hooks,
Ontiies.iiDckgommwi Hoards, clicwnml Checker
Mi ll, Ac.
FllKSt'll I'.SOI.ISH and
'.of the latest sl)lei, plain mid llnled.
IXITItt. STAMrjMI ponk in on in;n .
UlllTINCl I'M ID'S.
Inks In lllack, Violet, nine and cuiiiiiiic.
Pens, I'cn-lioliWH, lvnells, Slates, Pocket H.mkn
and Wallets, Ladles' Pot'te-moiinnlee, llraek
ets. Hall l'ockets, Towel Hacks, Slimier
Cases Hlacklng Cases, Haslo'.i Honk
slides mid Sliehes aewel stands
and Hoses In Carved Wood,
Match .safes, Wrlllng
Desks and Work
Hoses. Materials for Wax Flowers, (Mass Uhailtw, V.isch,
Parian Statuary, lirnnrn riioups
and Vases-Htereoscoiiesatid Vlews.l'hotiigi'aplis
l.llhograplts, steel Hmravliigs
In Voliel, Holly Wood, e. All klmlsof l'li lme
Fratnliig itfino to order and In the best stMo.
x i; w h d 1: p o t.
Daily and Weekly Papers NUpplicil.
Wo Imlte all wishing goods In our line t i
it nil eniutnr our stock before puieli.isln'r.
si'Airi.niNo it co..
So. 1. Mi.kciunts' how,
ma j hit r.
mii: i',xc'i:i.sioit niAHY roil is-t
tn.om: I'M'iui it .1'. 1. vr.
III'TI.ANH, VHHMON I
(lenernl hiilesjiie Agents r,,i
VHHMONT AND NIAV HAM1"II1HK,
WASIIINOTON, WAHHIIN, WWX,
CLINTON COI'NTIF.VN. Y.
Why Ihe Trade give lo Ihe i:eel-lni' piar the
prcieicneo over all others.
1st. It Is printed on line rose tint paper.
2d. The same quality of papcrlsused through
the entire Hue, giving Just as good paper In a
chfap bonk as In 11 high priced one.
3d. It Is the best finished Diary In the
4th. We ghe you ssstlllterent st.ilc to select
Mh. (pdte a number 01 the best selling pat
terns aro made by no other house. .
cth. The pocket-book st.Mes are all arranged
lo Milt tlio business man.
"tli. ltctallcrs want a Dl.ir.i (hat Is neat, at
tractive and saleable.
Sth. Y'ou will nnd fewer ot them among Ihe
old slock of dealers, 11s they sell belter than
any other Diary.
Sth. The sale of the Hxeelslor has Increased
more than Ms) per cent. In Ihe 1.1st fouroars,
which fact shows that Ihe retailer appreciates
loth. We gte altracUvcshow cardsanilpost.
ers. and plenty of them.
Utli. They cost no more, and no less, than
other Diaries all lists and discounts being
12(h. The Kxeelsior Is the best retailing
Diary offered to the trade.
Wo Intend to lslt nil dealers tn Diailcs early
In llu' season. It there arc any, however, that
wo do not reach, we shall be pleased lo send
them, on application, a lino of samples to cy.
amine In comparison with other goods.
Karly orders are always filled complete, while
Into orders are apt to llnd the nssoilmctt
broken, nntl frequently tlio best selllngsljles
used up. It Is a good plan to put In orders eai ly
as pay-day comes no sooner ,1 ban with lato or
ders. We can dclher goods any time after 1st
Send 111 jour orders for the F.xeelslni' e.irl.i to
T1IF. (H.OHK I'Al'ICIt CO.,
BLANK HOOKS Aro a specialty witli
us. We have everything In this line. We
have 0110 of tlio best (If not tho besl) appointed
Hlonk Hookmnnurnctoilesln tho stale, Every
thing Is new- nnd In good shape, and we have n
man In chargo of It who understands tho busi
ness In nil lis details. We have n stock of llrst
class ledger papers, and Invito banks, manufac
turing companies, Ac., toesamlunnur stock and
prices. (II.OHH l'APEIi CO.
fPAOS. Wn (ilfer DentiisonV Alerchan
X dlse and Shipping Tags to stationers nnd
printers at Dennlson's lowest prices, send us
an order and satisfy j ourselves.
(ILOlli: PAFF.lt CO.
IJltlNTINO.-AiiyUihig fiom a Car.1 to
X 11 Hook, nently and promptly eeeuted.
We have as good facilities as any other estab
lishment In the stale, ir jou need unj lldng In
this line, gtvo us a (rial, satisfaction guaran
teed, fll.oiii: PAPHlt co
PENCILS. Dixon's Hounil Cilt l'enclls
aro as good as Fnber's Hound (HP, some
say heller, if no belter, (hey deservo favor from
being nn Ameilcan Pencil at lower prices.
Thcynru made by the Joseph Dixon Crucible
Co., Jersey city, N. J., and we oiler (hem lo Hie
(rude nt their net prices. Try them.
(ILOlli: PAPEIt CO.
OUH STATION Kit Y I)F.l'AHT.Mi:NT
comprises a lull line of staple goods,
llrst-class papers, folded and Hal, iiiled and
plain, nil weights and Rlies. Envelopes of nil
grades and colors, di ug. pay, nole, letter, ofll
cla! and document, nil llrst-class goods and
prices low. Order a sample lot.
(11.0111: PAPEIt CO.
riMIi: HUTIiAND DAliiY AND
X WEEKLY II1.0HE, contains all the latest
news, Including tho telegrams of tho associated
press, local eorresiKuulcnce, state news, Ac,
No expense spared tu tho editorial department.
Advertising rates low, especially lor short ad
vertisements, Tho papers 1110 larger and eon
tain more reading matter than nny oilier 111 tho
state. OI.OHK l'AI'EH CO
Merchants tislmr printed wrannln? will do
well to consult us before ordering, ns w e make
as low llgures us New York or Huston Houses,
and give better accommodations In assorting
lots, while n great saving can bo mado on
freight. Ul.OHE PAPF.lt CO.
mo DHY-OOODSMKN, l! ItOCF.H Y.
X MEN, HUTCIIEHS AC Wo OITer (he larg
est line of Wrapping Paper, Paper Hags, Flour
Sacks and Twines, to bo fouud tn Ihe Stale,
Hest quality manlHu, best ipmllly bogus mnn
Hla. Hest quality straw paier, all skes unit
weights. Hest quality paper bags and flour
sacks warranted full slzo and full weights. No
scrimping. Wo handlo these goods In largo
iuauuiu-s, uiui uur puces arv ns iovv as oiners
quality 01 goous, ucnit us nil
OLOlli: PAPEH CO.
aUGS. AVo bcII Dcnnlson's Tags lo
. Prlutcrs ana stationers at Ponulsonn
lowest vvhohssalo prices,
oi.oiin p.vrnn qo.
UINI1Y it Co. s
two oi:ms i'oii iioi suioi.n rsr
lhxr.l'.i FlIKM II l ll NIUIl 1111 1.
IIUBI'S I'.KSI SIIOK Hl.tl'SI.MI.
JUHUHKHA 1H.OOD I'lriMFIKH.
Is the most powerful (leatiscr, strcngthener
and remoter of (ihuululnr Obslruclloiis known
to Materia Medlca.
It Is specially adapted toeonstPol Ions " w 01 11
down " and ileullltated by the wai m weather of
Spring and Hummer, when the blood Is not In
nettle circulation, consequently gathering Im
purities from slugglshnessniiiltmperlerl ncllon
of Ihe secrellve organs and Is manifested by
Tumors, Hruptlnns, Illotches, Dolls, Pustules,
scrofula, Ac, Ac.
When wenrv and languid from overwork, nnd
dullness, drowsiness and Inertia take tho placn
ol energy ntuM Igor, the sslem needs a tonic
to build It up and help the Vital Forces to re
gain their ciiperatlM' power,
In Ihe heal of hummer, frequently, the hirer
nndsplee.i do not properly perform (heir tunc
lions; ihe Fierlno and urinary organs arc In
uetlve producing weakness of the stomach and
liitcslhies and a predisposition 10 blllousdc-
li XT I! A CT O F .1 F It 1; 11 V. II A
Is piepai 'd directly from the Soul h Ainei lean
Plant, and Ispeeullail.i suited to all tbesodini.
eultlesi It will clentie the Vitiated Illood,
strengthen tho I.ire-oiMng Powers, and retnoir
all olrstnictlnns titmi
IMrAIRKO AND KN1 KKIII.I'.II OKU INS.
II iihotilil be freely taken, ns.Iiirtibeba Is pro
nounced b medical wrlteis Ihe most elllcicnt
Piliitler, Tonic and Dcobstruent known In the
whole range ol medicinal plants.
JOHN (J. KF.M.OOO.Hliatt street, New York.
Hold by Druggists. Sole Agent for the Untied
Stales. Price one Dollar per Hottle. Send for
WOlHClNli 'f,ASS. Male or female,
flio .a week glial aliteed. llespectiilile
employment nt home, day or evening; no capi
tal required; full Distinctions nnd valuablo
package ot goods sent free bv malt. Address,
wilh six cent leturn slnmp. M. MH'NOA: CO.,
17a (Ireenwlcli street. X. Y. septltdwlw
IWTT.Ynit NFOU'.C'I' A COUOII. Notb
Xl Ing Is tnnre ceilaln lo lav the rn11111l.it Ion
ror rutin 0 etl consequences,
WHU.S' CAHHOhlC TAHUn s
nie n sure rnre for nil discuses of the f.'esiilra-
lory organs, Sore Throat, Colds, Croup, Dlph
Iheil.i. Asthma, Caliirtli, Hoarseness, Dryness
of the Throat, Windpipe, or Hronclil.il Tubes,
niul nil diseases ot Ihe Lungs.
In all eases of sudden cold, howeier taken,
i these Tablets should be promptly and freely
! used, i'bev enllalle the limitation o( the
1 blood, mltlgalc the snerliyot the attack, and
; will, In a leryshorl time, lestore healthy action
' lump iinecieu organs.
Wells' (nibolle Tablets nre nut up only In
blue boxes. Take 110 stili-inuti's. It they can't
I be loiind at oir dimrglsl's, send nt mice lo the
lorent In New llrk, wh 1 will foriMinl tlieni by
Dlini be lleeelM'd b lndt.ll Ions.
, sold lo drnijglsts. Filee 2.'. cents a bo
.ton-.-11 i;t:i. 1 (K.d. is PI. ill si.. Newlnik
1 send tor circular. Sole Agenl lor the Ftilted
I Sl.lti s. septt nuviw
I'Hl! CIONT. NIH'. 'llu; Iowa
Loan and Titist couinani will Imcst
inonin nn llrsl-c ass Heal Estate at Id per cent
Interest, liel. li!,ntile setnt.jinilll.lllv ill Now
York, nnd will guarantee the collection or all
loans made through lis agency. All charges
paid by the borrower. I'lense wrlle, oeioio in
esflnir. for New Y'oii: nnd New Finfl.tud refer
ences. and full nnillciilins. Samch. MKlinlt.t..
(lato Oovcrnor of Iowa,) Fiesldent. Address
JAMES 11. HEAHTWELL, Secretary, Drawer 10
Hcs Moines Iowa scptlldniw
MIIIi: 1IF.ST I'AI'FIt! THY IT!!
X The Scientific Ameilcan Is the cheapest
nnd best lllnsti'.ilcd weeklv naoer published
Every nuinber contains lriuuioin 1.'. oilglnal
cngra lugs oi new maenmery, noci in ciiuons,
bridges, engineering works, urchllccuire, tin.
proved tanii Implements, and every new ills-
..r.erv' in ehemlstr,-. A , 'ill's lilltilliet eon.
t.iln S3'2 natres nnd several hundred cmriMt linrs.
UioiH.nids of Milumes arepresencd for binding
and rererunce. The practical lec.lpts are well
worth ten times Ihe subscription pi lee. Tonus
$3 n jenr by mall. Specimens scut ire". May
be had or nil newsdealers.
PATHNTil obtained on the best lei ins. Mod
els of new Inventions and sketches examined,
and advice free. All patents nre published In
1 Ik; Hclentlllc American Ihe week they Issue.
Send for lampldet, Ho pages, containing laws
and full directions for obtaining patents.
Addiess for the Paper, or coneerulng Patents,
MFNN i- CO.. 37 Pal k How. N. Y . llranch Oillce,
cor. F and 7tli sis., Washington, 1. C. nUU-lw
1:. C I' I, Y 1: H A C O.
V N 1) i) 1: a 1. r. 1:
S T O (' K S A N D 11 O X I) S
P. 0. Hos 1,32.1. No. 2.1 Nassau hired
'liti' wini. wn imiiavay Is an enterprise
nt National Impoilnnce, and the Stock and
Points soon in lie ohiced nnon the pilnclpal
stock Exchanges, will be as lively dealt In ns
those nt Ihe New York central, Erie, and l'enn
sjlvanl.i Central ltnllro.ul Companies. Five
hundred and elghH-elght miles ot Its railroad
are now completed nnd In operation. Continu
ous trains aiu tunning from New York to Os
wego, and on tho Western Extension, towards
iiuirato, tne company is running irnms so nines:
llin remainder or tho distance. 120 miles, lu Htlf
rain, tsln course or rapid construction, and It
will be completed wit bin one j cur. Tho New
York nnd Osiv ego Midland Halfway will bo ono
ot tho most prouinme i ruiiK Linos running out
111 New vorix.
." 0 , 0 (1 0 , II 0 0
We conlldently believe that lltty mlllloas or
dollars will be mndo by tho stock and bond
holders In lids road within a few .veal's by 1 lie
rise in tne vaiuo or tne propcny.
The selling value ot Ihe stock and
bonds ot the New Yolk Central
and Hudson Hlver Kallroad Is
The selling value ot the slock and
bonds ot the Midland Hallway
companies, Including sufficient
lo complete single truck to Hur
falo, and double track east ot
Length of New York Central mid
Hudson I liver 111 road irom .New
Yoik Central Depot to Hulfalo. iv. miles,
Length of the Midland rallvvuy
.tersev litv to HutTalo. via .Mont
dalr asa miles,
saving over I ho Central route.... ;o miles
Suving over t ho Erlo route! its miles.
This (llirercnco ot dlslanco in favor of tho
Midland mute must always enable It to coin.
pete with the oilier lines udvunlageously as to
freight, and ought In give It a larger share of
Ihe passengers than any other line. The early
completion of tho Western E.xtenstun, from
Sclplo I entre to lluffalo, Is ensured by tho sub
scriptions or capitalists to a synuicatn lormca
10 piirtliasc jivmvHsj ul uoiiiis iivio me luiii-
imiiv. The svndleale has L'tiarantced to ad
vaiico fin iher means, It wanted, to complete
lids mud. Weoncr torn short time, New York
,v Oswego Midland Hallway Co's First Mortgage
Seven t er Li'lll. i.om imims, western ,..i.ru-
slon. nts7 1-2 and nccrued Interest lu currency
We nre sole agents for selling Jersey City X
Aiiinnv lbillroiid Comnanv's ner cent, irold
bonds'at w) and Interest lu currency. This road
Is now In operation ft 0111 Jersey city to Titppan
town, a dlslanco otl milts. Nine miles fur,
1 hpr urn irniiled. on w btcli Iron Is bclmr laid
The road will be completed to Haverstraw with
111 a year, lliese oonos are oiiij issie-u 1,11 i-eue
A specially will bo mado of tho slock and
bonds ot the following companies : New Yoik &
Oswego .Midland railway company. New Jersey
Midland rnllwiiv company. Montclalr railway
company, and Jersey city fc Albany railroad
cnmpnti) . Wehavo now on hand 11 limited sup
plv ot these Iwnds.
Atlbonds and stocks Known in this market
will be bought and sold, lor cash, on 01 dcrs tor
Inuestorsor dealers. We solicit pcimauent cor
resimndenee and agents for the sale of these
IIOI1US, 1'. I.. V I 1.1 l.K A li'., II.IIIM'IS,
2.1 Nassau St., New Yolk.
fl ,1 1 J) iil In four weeks caityas
U) .r X O J slug was 0110 agent's pro
llt on Hrvnnt's l.tbraru af JWtni ami Sunn : 7(1
In ono week on Th' Xan nHMkeeir Manual,
by .Miss Ileechcr and Mm. Hlowe. Anv ncilve
man or woman can have an agency. J, ll. Folili
ti. CO., New Yoik, Hoston, Chicago and San
Francisco. Aug 21 dw 4vv,
JOOIx" OUT for tlio nsloiiiiiling offer to
J be made as a Premium lo Yearly subsci lb
IM.USTI1ATE1) MONTHLY MAOAZINE,
To be announced next nionih.
EverjlHHly will bo astonished
QOTII THOrSANDINl'ltHSS. SALK
increasing. 2,000 more Live Agents
Wanted for our
LIVINGSTONE 2S YEAHS IN AFH1CA,
Over coo pages, only 12.50. lookout for Infeilnr
works. Send forclrciilnroud proot of tlio great
est success ot tho season. Hcport Just In. Iji
subs. In six days. lll'ltllAHD llHOS., Pub's, M
Washington St., Hoston. Aug21ilAw4w,
rUMl'IIOIUNi:."Tlio great iliscov
t 1 ...... ,,,-ihn imine.ltnto is'llef and cure
ot "llheuinullsm. Keuiultila. siiialiis, Hi (Uses,
l'nliis str il 11s, SHIT Joints. Swellings, lnllauin
tlo"s.imnl"n'utSitrrli. " n "Qt
L'i wiso url3lun!mnorTii?lAmenrTuxury In
ev cry family. Thousands will and now testify
to Its great merits. Try It. Prlco per botllo S5
cents. HEFHEN HOYT, Frop'r, S(U Orcenwich
street, N Y pug2ldiw4vv
"'OUSINXSH" Agents nml Canvassers
lj winded "l'ii arcs and Si'imoni,;' ,.r
l!V. W. M. I'UIISllOll, 1,1. D Hest lllld ehi'iijic,
Fiiinll.i lllbles, .Vnps. (.hints, I'lclures, iiolden
Fens, sewing silk and Linen ihiuau. Appl
for twins lo I). L. (lnciiisi', pub, Coneoul.N.lI
Mllli: IIASKIXS .MAClllNi: CO.,
1. lilihbitrg. Mass., Mntiufni Uirois of
VF.HTK'AI. AND 1IOH1ZOXTAI,
Our Coiiibhieil Fngliiea and Holler are made
In qiiiiiillos and to standard guanos, so thai all
, p.ittsuielnteriiiangeable. Can be run wilh
greater surely and less expense than anv otlier
I engine m.iiiUMctuiiil. Slestioin 1 to 20 horse
inner. WAHHHOOMS, No. 4H ( .irllanrtt street,
, N, Y. Mend for circular. aug2ldAwiw
WOHIC OF INTI'.NSi: 1NTF.HKST
and Intrinsic lalue.
O C i: A N ' S S T ) It Y .
Hr Hie girted son of the famous "Peter Parle.i."
'1 he result of great historical research ! An
Authentic History of NaMgation and Its Manl
rold Discoveries since the Flood. Abounds with
stnrlllRg Incidents, fearful disasters, lawless
piracies, bloody battles nnd glorious achlce.
incuts; also describes diving, telegraphing,
ocean fisheries, etc. over sis) spirited cuts.
Subject now. Price low. Agents wanted.
HFIIHAHI) 11HOS., Pubs, 63 Washington streel,
A GHF.AT SKNSATION 1-Agents
xli. wanted, cash salary, or commission al
lowed, strictly honorable Address F. A. ELLS
& Co., Charlotte, .Mich. sept2dJW4w
''"po.MF.STIC" FAl'F.n FASIII NS.
A O F. N T S W A N TED.
SCSI) l'OK CATttjoai'K.
DOMKST1C SFAVINO MACIIING CO.,
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Hleeeh-loadllil- Shot OimsfPl lo :'.fjn. llonble
Shot onus, js toll.M). Mingle duns, j.i lo $211.
lllltcs, s io$7r.. Hevolvers, M to 2r,. Pistols,
fltofs. dun Material, Fishing Tackle. Ijirge
discount to Dealers or Clubs. Armv duns, He-
v oivers, AC,, Louiriii or traded ror. (,oois sent
b.i express c.o. D. to be examined beforn paid
lANYASSINO HOOKS sent fiec fortbe
i xi)f.yi:i.oim:d mkst
liE YEAH.S IN THE TEHHIT0HI1.
The onlvcomiilete hlstorv of the vast icl-Ioii
between the vflsslsslnpl nnd the Pacific ! Its
llesotirces. Climate. Inhabitants. Natural curi
osities, etc. II contains 240 fine ciiirravings of
ine MceiK rv, uinus. reopie ami curiosiies or
the (Heat West. Acents are selllnir Irom 1.1 to
2;. copies a il.iy, and we send a canvassing book
nee to nny oook aircni .vniiress, staving ex
perience, kb., NATIONAL ITHI.ISIIINO CO..
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MIF. I'iHST D1YISION OF Till'.
P.U'I. AXI) PACIFIC l!II.i:ol)
0 0,000 A C 1! II S !
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I'tlKils ll.VNflr. tilllVI
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' Ten Years' Credit (liven When Desired.
T O W N I, () T S
AI Moderate Prices, In Towns at H, II. station .
still in be had, under Homestead Law, .iloie
all Lines of thlsCompanv.
ON THE MAIN LINE,
lielweeii Hciison and Hreekenrldge. we also si 11
WHOLE SECTIONS AT i PEIl At HE,
On 3'j Years' Time, Free of Intel est,
nn condition Hint the purchaser breaks the
whole section within a ear from purchase and
plants lorty acres In tlinber.for which the Com
pany will furnish 01111? trees or seed, For par
Ladd Commissioner, si. p.nii, Minnesota.
T.ltMONT CKXTKAL AND
On and afler Monday, Juno 2,1, WJ, trains
will run as Pillows, (Sundays e.xeepteib :
(lOIXfl SOUTH ASP KVST.
Leave llutland at 12:.M)und 1:30 a. m amUiilo
and .',:'! p. 111.
MAIL Leave Ogdensburg at r,:10 p. in., St.
Albans at C:20 a. 111., Hurllngton nt S:lo a. ni..
Port Henry nl 7!ir a. m., llutland nt 12:inp. m.,
Hollows Falls nt ssw p. 111., nrrlv Ing al New f,ou
don nl KM p. m., connecting with steamer ror
NEW YOHK EXPKHSS, Leaves St Albans at
9:(s) a, 111., lluillugtou 10:20 a, in., arriving In
llutland nt 12:.v) 11. m.
NKIIlTEXl'IlEss. Leaves Ogdensburgat 12:
85 p.m., liattsburg 8:30 p.m., Montreal 3:so p.m.,
St. Johns 4:m p. m., St. Albans 7:20 p. m., Rui
Ungton9:to p. in., Hutlnnd 12:.V1 11. m Helluws
Fails, 3:2.1a. 111., arriving nt New London nt 11:1.',
.MIXED TllAIN. Leaves Hurllngton at 2:00 p.
111., arriving In Finland at 7:40 p.m. Leaves
Hutlnnd at 4:30 a. m.. Fellows Falls 7:4.', a.m.,
(accommodation traln),a rrlv Ing nt New London
at n:lu p. in.
MIXED THA1N. Leaves llutland at 5:00 p. in.
nrrlv Ing lu Helluws Falls at loam p. m.
Leaves llutlanil at 1:13 and S:io a. in., and s:.m
and !i-M p. 111.
.MAIL. Leaves New- London at i:Q0 a. in.,
Spiinglleld s:oo a. 111., Huston 7:30 a. 111., Ilellows
Falls 11:45., Hutland 2:30 p. 111., arriving at Pint
Henry at nasi p. in., Hurllngton 5:W p. m., SI.
Albans 0:10 p. 111., -Montreal 1):15 p. in., Ogdens
burg 1:45 a. in., making connections w llli t rains
for 1I10 West.
HXIitts Leaves Hutland at t;o5 p. m., si
Albans nt s:5a p. 111.
NIOIIT EX I'll Ess. Leaves New London nt
2:45 p. in., Sprlngileld nt s:Pt p. in., connecting
with train leaving New York at Saw p. m., Ilel
lows Falls 11:20 p. 111., connecting with train
leaving Hoston nto:3op. m., Hutland 1:43 11, 111.,
Hurllngton 4:40 a. 111., bt, Albans 0:10, nrrlv tug
lu .Montreal at 5:45 a. 111., liattsburg nt 12:00 in.,
and ogdensburg nt 12:35 p. 111., connecting vv Hh
trains for the West.
MIXED THAIN. Leaves Hutland at 5:10 a. m.
Leave Hurllngton nt 9:30 a. 111., St. Albans 12:00
m., arriving in Ogdensburg at 8:50 p. m. and St.
Johns nl !): p. 111.
MIXED THAIN. Leaves Ilellows Falls at 4:30
a. 111., nrrlving in Hutlnnd at 9:20 a. 111.
ACCOMMO DATTON. Leav es New Indon nt
8:10 n. m., Ilellows Falls(l:00 p. in., arriving In
llutlanil at t:.it n. m.
Trains leave llurllnglon going east, for Mont
poller, Ac., at 0:55 n. 111., 12:30 p. m. and 7:55 p. 111.
Trains leave Ilellows Falls going north, for
White Hlver Junction, Ac, nt s:30 a.m. and
11:45 a.m., mid and 11:20 p. 111.
CovNKCTiovs. At llutland w llli Hensselacr A
Saratoga and Harlem Extension Hallroads; at
Ilellows Fulls with Cheshire itntlroad; at south
Vernon with Connecticut Hlver Kallroad.
Sff'sleeplng ears are attached 10 night trains
between SI, Albans and Troy, and llurllnglon
and Hoston. UYl.F.S MEHIIII.L,
bt. Albans. VI.. June 3d. 1873.
TAHLK.M HXTKXSION HAILHOAD.
CIIANOi: OF T1MK.
Sl M.MEIt AHHANOEMENTS,
011 and alter Monday, June 20th, 172, trains
will run ns follows:
.MIXED. Leavrs Hutland nt 3:00 a.m., con
necting at statu Lino with train for Troy.
JIAIU Leaves llutland 9.30 a. 111., and mak
ing tinso connections nt Chatham 4 Corners
with trains for Now York, Albany, Hudson, and
both east unit west 011 11. A A. It. ll.
.MIXED. Leavo itiitlaiul at 2.25 p. m., to lien
ulngton nnd Troy,
spNDAY Mll.k TRAIN (witli passenger car
attached). Leaves Hutland at 7.3on, 111,
V A It E .
Hullanil to New York ... (5 no
" to Albany, .... aim
" lo Hudson a tut
8"No lay over checks glv en.
AHlllVK AT HUTLAND,
Mall, 9.35 p. m.: Mixed, lS.os. p, m mixed
F. C. WHITE,
Huthllld, Juno 14, 1ST2,
j&iuii.. uixoivs rcuciis, inaiiu 111
X tho United States, aro much superior to
Kaber's, and aro sold nt lower prices. Trv
GLOBE TAPER CO.