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THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1878.
A fowl I-'illlH.
Rev. Mr. l'inkney of Slnwson bought a
game rooster from a Danbury dealer on
Saturday. Mr. l'inkney, informs us that ho
wis not awarothc fowl was of the game
nodes s lie bought It because of Its shayoly
and arc confident that the Rood pcoplo of
Slawson will acquit lilm of nit blame In the
unfortunate affair of last Sunday morning,
the particulars of which are as follows ;
At the time the trouble commenced Mr.
l'inkney was engaged In arranging his neck
tie preparatory to putting on his vest and
coat. Happening to lookout tho window
he saw his now rooster and a rooster be
longing to the Widow Ilathburn squaring
off In tho street for a fight. Surprised and
pained by this display, ho Immediately
started out to repel the disturbance, but was
too late. When ho got t'icro n half dozen
youni ruffians, with cigars In their mouths
and evil In their eyes, had surrounded thu
birds which were already In the affray.
They would thrust their head" ut at each
other, and ruffle thi'lrnccks, nnd then dance.
.-.I ur kn nut with their SHUTS, Btld
jump back and thrust out I heir heads ngaln.
Ani when tho boys saw hint they shouted
out, "Hurry up, l.ahly f Mr. l'inkney Is a
x I hi is a tlifi fun " All
little bam,; or ...yy .... .''"
iininnv win Inexpressibly shocked. It
was Sund.iy morning; tho homes of two of
Ids ilearons anil fevurni m in- ihom inum
Incut members were In sight, and here worn
those roosters carrying on uko man, nun a
parcel of wicked and profane boys standing
around, shouting their npprovnl and noisily
iTitlni? on the result, lie made an effort
to secure Ids fowl, but It eluded liltn. Tho
perspiration streamed down his face, which
Imrned like Arc. Ids knees trembled, and ho
felt, as ho saw the neighbors gathering, that
iftho earth would only open nimswanow
him ho could never be suflleienily grateful.
.Inst as ho attempted to catch his rooster.
it rough-looking individual, with his
nants in ids boots, anil n can with a drawn-
down fiirepicec, raine up, nod taking in the
scene at a glance, sided in witn me oilier
rooster, "I'nlr play," shouted tho new
comer for the benefit of tho crowd, and
"Don't step on birds, old codger," tor tho
particular benefit of .Mr. l'inkney, who,
crazed beyond reason, was junii.hia about,
swinging ' his arms, and muttering Inco
herent thing', to tl e great danger of step
ping on the combatants "Good fur old
l'inkney' rooster," screamed tho boy.s ia
deliullt. as that fowl knocked a handful of
feathers from his opponent's neck. "The
parson knows how to do it." said n one
eyed man gleefully. Mr. l'inkney could
have swooned "I'll go you II vo dollars
on the wlddcr," said the rough man, ear
nesllv winking at the clergyman. "Take
him," l'inkney i t.iko him, l'inkney," rho
ruscd the crowd of ragmiilllns. "My
friend," protested the unfortunate minister
in a voice of agony, "I cinnot, I cannot"
"I'll back you, sir." said nn enthusiastic
man with a fish pole. "I'll put up fur you,
and you can let mo have it from your do
nation." The clergyman groaned. "Catch
the widder," .'limited the rough man to
Mr. 1'ihkney, indicating that lady's bird by
a motion of his finger. Mr. l'inkney
clutched it, dropping on his knees as lie did
so. At the same time the rough man by :i
dexterous move, caught the clergyman's
bird, and nl-o dropped on his knees oppo
site. Jut then .Mr. l'inkney looked up,
and there saw two of his deacons and sev
eral of the members staring down upon tho
scene with an expression that brought the
b'ood to his face, and with a groan of in
tense pain thu unhappy man dropped Mrs.
Itathburn's fowl, and darted into the house.
As soon ns he recovered from his mishap,
lie sent in his resignation, but a critical
examination had been made in the mean
time, and it transpired that ns far us the
worthy man was concerned there was not
the Ica-t blame. The lesignation was not
accepted. Vanlury A'ais.
.'Ir. O'Clnrencc's .csv l'alus.
Mr. O'Clarcnce pnrcliacd a new pair of
pants Saturday. When lie got homo his
wifa was mixing bread. She. sviped her
hands on her apron and made n careful ex
amination of the pants. First she pinched
one leg of tlicin and asked him what lie paid
lor them, and then pinched the ether and
asked him if he didn't think it was too
much. After Unit lie stood offasvays so she
could get n look at tho fit. so ns to &m n
light opinion of it. Tucn she asked him if
he couldn't draw them up higher, ns they
touched the floor. He said he couldn't
without splitting himself in two, which there
appear? I no urgent necessity for ids doing.
She pinched them again, taking up Ids leg
and eyeing it thoughtlully while he clutched
the table with his hand und hopped around
on the other leg to rest himself. She sr.is
not quite confident that they svere not all
cotton those clothing people dolicsn but
she was not quite sure. However, sho could
tell better at the window, and drew him over
there, to the imminent danger of tipping hini
over and breaking his spine. She rubbed
them again and turned up the leg so ns to
sec the other side, and all the while her
mind gathered doubts nnd forebodings. If
he had onty said he svas going to buy n pair
of pants, she would have stent with him her
self and picked them out Hut tailors know
that a man can't tell one kind of cloth from
another and still put off anything on him
Then she abruptly dropped his leg, and
went to the hack doorund called Mrs. Mug
cut. Mrs. Mugcnt came in, and being madu
acquainted svitli the particulars pinched
Mr. O'l.'lnrencc's legs herself and asked him
w hy he didn't buy the clotl and have Ids
f mnts made nt home. Mr O'Clareneu didn't
Ike tho bother, and Mrs. 0'Cl.irenco ex
plained that l.o nlsvays svould liavo his own
way. Mrs. Mugent said an uncle of Mr.
Mugent, sviio lived in Hridgeport, gotn pair
of all stool pants last April for S"', and you
(Mr. and Mrs. O'Clarcnce) would Have
thought they cost 820 ifa cent; thu cloth
was just a llnu and firm ns anything could
he. Mr. Mugent would sometimes get the
impression that lie must have Ids pants
ready made, but ho always got cheated.
Shu was positive thcro svas not a bit ot wool
in these pants, and if they svere Mr. Mug
ent's alio srould have them taken hack.
That is exactly what Mrs. O'Clareneu
thought, and in spite of Sir. O'l'lnrenou's
protestations ho took them back and got
another pair. The other pair was a little
too short in one leg, and pinched his stom
ach, butthco was wool in them, Mri. Mug.
cut said. Danlury AVicj.
Iitisn H'aicf.s. Under tlie head of "A
Mighty Had Custom," tho Huston Mot, a
Human Catholic newspaper, tells Its read
ers that thu Irish wake, "is In itself a rem
nant of paganism, hut in its usual circum
stances it Is worsu than piganisin ever svas.
A short lime ago, Archbishop Manning de
nounced the custom amongst thu Irish u
London, and several of tho bishops ol Ire-
laud have repeatedly svarneil their Hocks
again. t It. It Is ono of the few things wo
bring from Ireland that we might to forget.
There It is not m dangerous as here, for
the passions of tho people at home arc not
so often strengthened by evil association as
aro those of tho poor in our largo Ameilcan
cities. Hut uven In Ireland ni good over
came of a wake, but nearly iilwaps evil.
They wero ever tlu places svlieio bad be
ginnings wcro made, the recruiting ground
of tho secret societies that have caused Ire
land, und the throshold of sin and sorrow
for numberless young men and women.
They aro tho samo here, or worsu itespec
table Catholic girls and young men should
avoid waku houses. It Is no mark of ro
spect for a ilend friend to go into danger
beside his coffin. It is no sign of sympa
thy wiili living relatives to swallow- a glass
of whiskey In presence of thu dead. Wo
advise our readers to set their faces Uko
flint against Ihe sin of drinking nt wakes,"
or answhoio else.
THE SIMPLE IIUASON
why Hand Bapollo Is tho best article In tho
svorld for tho constant mo ot all clasaes ot peo
ple, Is because It will ilo svlint no other bUb
stunca svlll, as follows i
MKcnimcs. svih entirely rcmovo tar, paint,
oil una varnish from tho clothing nnd hands.
FABMsas.-lta uso win proveut tan, buuburn,
u'owiiso Wojikn. It sviu tako tho nlaco of
powders and cosmetics for beautlfylug tho com
plexion, and will render tho hands white and
soft, no matter hosv much they are used.
KmiirsoBY.-It Is tho best urtlclo In the
world for removing all cutaneous blemishes
from tha skin, and rendering it white, beauti
ful and natural in color. In price cheaper than
soap only 10 and 15 cunts a cako, according to
AO THE 1'UBUC.
The Fain-Killer manufactured by Perry Dnt Is
A Son, lia9 won for Itself a reputation unsur
passed In medicinal preparations. The univer
sality of the demand for the rain-Killer Is a
novel, Interesting, and surprising featuro In
the history of this medicine. The Paln-KIHer Is
now regularly sold In large and steadily In
creasing quantities, not only to general agents
In every State and Territory of the Union, ana
every Province In British America, but to Hue
nos Ayres, Drain, Uraguay, Peru, ciilll, and
other South American States, to tho Sandwich
Islands, to Cuba and other West India Islands ;
to England and Continental Kurope ; to Mozam
bique, Madagascar, Zanzibar, and other African
land i to Australia and Calcutta, Itangoon and
other places In India. It has also been sent to
China, and we doubt If there Is any foreign port
or any Inland city In Africa or Asia, which Is
frequented by American and European mission
nrlcs, travelers or traders, Into which the Pain
Killer has not been Introduced.
The extent of Its usefulness Is another great
feature of this remarkable medicine. It Is not
only the best thlng;cver,.knosvn, as everybody
will confess, for bruises, cuts, burns, etc., but
lor dysentery and cholera, or any sort of bowel
complaint, It Is n remedy unsurpassed for effi
ciency and rapidity of action. In tho great cit
ies of Hrltl-.li India anil the West India Islands
and other hot climates, It has become the stand
ard medicine fof all surh complains, as well as
dyspepsia, liver complaint, anil other kindred
disorders. For coughs nnd colds, canker, asth
ma nndiheumntlc difficulties, It has been prosed
by the most abundant and convincing trials
nnd tcsllmons, to bo an Insaluabie meuicinc.
The proprietor are In possession of letters
from persons of ihe highest character nnd
responsibility, testlfjtng In unequivocal terms
to thu cures effected nnd the satisfactory re
sults produced, In an endless snrlety of cases
by the use of this great medicine. That tho
l'alu-KIIIer Is deserving of all Its proprietors
rlalm for It Is amply prosed b.s the unparalled
popuhirlty It has attained. It Is a sure anil ef-
HClllC riinem, 11 is ruiu ill nuiiMii ,-,,
country In the uoild, and Islieeomlng more and
more popular csoj year. Its healing properties
base been fully tested all oserthu svorlifand It
need only to bo known tube prized,
sold by all itrugglstH. Augusm.dwlm
JNOOil MORGAN'S SONS'
S A 1' O I, I O
Isa substitute for Soap for all Hoiwholit pur
posn, except svashlng clothes.
s a i' o r.
for Cleaning your House sslll
save the labor of
one cienner. imp it n trial
SA1' 7) I, I o
for WlndowslslKillerth.in Whltlnif or Water.
No removing curtains and caip.'ts.
S A V O T, I O
cleans Paint and Wood, In fuel the entire house
better than .Soap. No Mopping. Saves labor.
You can't afford to bo without It.
S A 1' t) I, I O
for Scouring Knives Is better and cleaner lhan
Hath Brick. Will not scratch.
"s a T rr L I 6
Is better than Soap and Sand for polishing Tln
svare. Bright ens w It hout scratching.
S A 1' O L I O
Polishes Brass and Copper utensils better than
Acid or Oil and Hotteu stone.
S A 1' OLIO
for Washing Dlahes nnd Glasssvare Is Invalu
able. Cheuper than Soap.
S A 1 O h I O
removes stains from Marble Mantles. Tables
ami Mutuary, rrom iiaruunisiicu walls, anu
iium vmuuuuu i-urt'L-iuiu.
S A 1' 0 I. I 0
renios es Stains and Orcase from Carpets and
uiuei h uen luuncs.
There Is no one article known that svlll do so
many kinds of svork, and do It as svcll, asfa-
JIOllO. 1UY 11.
S A 1' OLIO
a ncsr and svouderfully effect lso
Toilet Soap, hasliigiio equal In this
country or auruau.
S A 1' O I, I 0
as anai tlcle for the Bath, "reaches
the foundation" of all dirt, opens
the pores and gls es a healthy ac
tion ana onuuiii urn 10 ino sKin,
HAND S A 1' O L I 0
Cleanses and Beautltles the Skin
Instantly removing any stain or
uieuusu ironi uuiu nanus aim lace,
HANI) S A 1' 0 I. I 0
Is without a rival In the world for
euilug or preseutlnit roughness
and chapping of either hands or
HAND S A 1' O I. I O
removes Tar. Pitch. Iron or Ink
status and (irease ; for svorkcrs tn
Machine Shops, Mines, Ac, is In
valuable. For maklm; the Sktn
SVhtte and Soft, and giving to It a
"Moom or ueauty," u is unsur.
passed by any cosmetic knosvn
HAND S A I O I. I O
costs 10 to is cents
Iter cake, and
nive It. You
DONT FAIL TO TItY THESE (iOOI)S.
misr It of sour merchant If ho has It or still
procure It for sou. If not, then write for our
l'ampniei, "All nooui saiwiio," ami u sun ou
so Park Place, Nesv York.
ftUUinfvy antt u.ry ootlis.
A It H O s S & M I T (' II F. h L
(SllCCe-lirS 10 V'KhNlH A HSHKOHS.
l'UOSI'F.OTUS FOH 187IJ.
As wo have svorn no disguises In the past,'
jome svlth no promise of a nesv sensation. Wo
shall offer you no cunningly des Ised fables to
tickle .sour fancy, nor take u flesh departure In
unbeaten paths to relieve the monotony of
truth-telling. For nearly Fifteen Years sve has i
held to the same principles, and sic llnd them
all unsvorn by tho lapse of time,'
MII.I.INKltY AND FANCY (iOOlls
.VIIOI,i:SAI,i: AND UKTAIL!
All orders entrusted to our care. svlll be
ruoMi'Ti.r a.u ciiinFui.hr nt.i.HD.z
HAHROWS A; MITCIIF.IX,
NO. il MKHCIIANTS' HOW.
I IIDoUIjU 1 Ivls nilllUK. 'Hie CO-
XJ partnership ot Parker, Ollson Destpy,
Is this flay dissolved uy mutual consent. The
business svlll bo continued under the nrm name
of Ollson H Dewey, they assuming all the In
debtcdness of tho .late nrm, ana to whom alt
dues must bo llnld.
West Itutland, Sept. 1, ISIS. sldlwAwSt
niAGS. wo sell Dcunlsona Tacs to
X Printers and Stationers at Dennlson
wwesi wnoiesaie pncin.
OLOBB PAPEn CO,
Q. n E A T It E D U C T I O N
The great excitement now prevailing In nut
land Is, svhere can a Man, Woman or Child get
tho best HOOT Oil SHOE for the smallest
amount of money.
Now, citizens of Itutland and vicinity, 1 claim,
and do also state, that I can sell you an) thing
usually kept In n flrst-class Hoot nnd Shoe Store
ns cheap, or even cheaper, than can bo found
this side of Boston or New York markets.
. IP. S. l'leaso call before pui chasing else
where, and I think that you will bo rouvlnced
(before leasing) that tfiei above statement Is
correct. Yours respectfully,
W. K. ROSS.
No. c, Merchants' Host, Itutland, Vt,
Store'formerls occupied by Trench A Harrows.
lTKv line of fa ix ooon.s,
L SHIES' AM) UKVIS'
fine HOOTS AND SHOES.
C.VI.I. Nl! HKK TI1KM,
O. W. CURRIER.
No. a. MihchaktV How, Rcti.smi.
KIT HOOTS. Whole Stock
nd made, M-Mi, at No. c .Merchants'
II. ss. l.bldtir.ll.
"Vf'F.NS' ItUHHF.It HOOTS, Untight be.
11 1 fore the late rise, tt.Mi, at
o. w. currier's.
No. 6 Merchants' Row.
ITsVF.l'YHODY Should slsit the Hoot
.111 and Shoe i:mpoi Him of
(. V. CUItHIKH.
No. a, Merchants' How, Hut Intnl.
Watches and ?!ru'dvy.
A I I, i: V k 1' A It M i: X T l-.-H S
WATCHMAK CHS .IKWKI.IIIts
S I I, V F. It S M I T II S.
Wehasclhe lurirest. and best nssortninUol
Watches i;s er offered In this market.
col, I) CHAINS.
Hi lurire siinnlY. embriielug esery vnrlcts o
stsle de-lrable for IjoltiV or t lent (emeus' weiir.
.1 F. W F. I, 1! V .
In rich liijiiiuliiiH'c, niul more cumin.;.
HILVEIl PUTM1 ASH SThKI, toil TAlil.K t'SK.
our stock Is large, and sve sell nt low prices.
s i i, v i: it o o o i) s.
8ii.vr.ii spoons or on: own mani:faoti.I!K.
KOOEKS' BKOTIIHItS I'LATKII KOHKS
Tea Sets, Castors, Ac., all tho best.
S P K C T A C I. K S
To fit those who cannot see su-11.
A new thing without frames. S'ery desirable.
Call and see for yoursels es at
BAILEY ANI) PAIIM ENTEI'H',
I, MCllCIIANT!!' now.
The next Term will commence on the 4th of
TEI.EdllAl'IIV Mill. TACnilT.
This old and srell known Institution Is still
In successful operation, svlth a full corps ot
teachers, for nrcnarlnirs-ounir men for colleze.
or for business, and offering unusual facilities
in .siusic, rrencn, imisviiiK anci rainunir, nnu
oiner nccompiisiiinenis io youn lames.
STATE XOItMAL SCHOOL.
reo Tuition Is offered to all ssho irraduale.
nud a thorough course lu branches reoulrcd by
ine Ntaie, totjeiiier sviin tneory nnu practice ni
icaciuiiK. iiks.ji. u. ii.i.iA.sin,
ritllE FALL TEIIM OF THE HUH
JL .INOTON, VT., SCHOOL
for joung ladles, will open on
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMHER 10th.
A limited number of boarders taken Into the
Principal's family for the year.
For terms apply to the Principal.
References Presldi nt Angell, Ann Arbor,
Mich.: Prof. M.Petts-. Biirllnirton. Vt. : Res. J.
II. Worcester, D. p., HurllnKloii, St.; Chief
milieu ricrjioi!!, sirjrcnucs, ,,; noil, n, a.
nun, -swanion, s i,
rjMIE HltYAXT AND STHATTON
HUH IN ESS COLLEOE,
Established IsiS. Incorporoted ls'l. l'repares
younirmenforlntelllireiit nnd successful work
in llfu. Has tho best teachers, best course of
study, and does most for Its students.
For Catalogue, glslni? full Information, ud.
.INO. Ii. CsltSELI, Troy N. Y.
HEEI' FOH SALE.
A llock or 2M mire Snanlsh Slier n. of thu "Don
redro" and "Improved 1'aular" breeds, belong
ing to the estatu of thu lato Joseph Sheldon of
Falrhaven. Also M lino lambs. 23 searltnirs. In
line condition for shipping; loo line breeding
ew es and s stock bucks. Will bo sold altogether
or in lots io sun customers, r or luriner panic-
uiiiin, cull iijioii, in muiien
, W. BAILEY, Ansi'K.
S A L i:
A flrst-class safe Urn and burclar nroof com.
blned onn of "Herring's Patent Champion," in
ticrfect working order. Will bo sold for less
than lis real saute. Apply al the Baxter Nn
lyisdtf fl. It. HOTTUM
S A L E !
The subscriber has u Candy annaratus rum.
prising u rampleto outtlt fur niiiiiufaclurlng
candy, svhlch he w 111 sell fur less lhan nne-halt
tho original cost. Also, one heavy Truck Wn
cron, vcryrheopi and one pair of Double Work
W. CHAPLIN, Jk.,
j Merchants' Hosv,
Itutland. May 20.
8 A U
My house on the corner ot Main and Washing,
ton street wither wltliout the two houses nd.
Also a desirable garden lot on the south end
MAIN ST it E E T ,
containing about fifty choice fruit trcots.
MRS. E. W. IIUNTOON.
Enquire of C. F. Iluntoon, at
I.ANDON Ic IIUNTOON'H.
JEWELLING HOUSE AND
on a a i k .
Tho subscriber offers his House and Lot. situ.
atcd on Prospect street, for sale. The bouse
svas erected within a fow years, and has eight
rooms, svaier in ine ursi ana second stones,
una a sarueu unoer ?ooa siaio or cultivation.
luo premises win oo soia cneap.
SepUd4in C. E. YOUNO
TDOOK BINDING. We nro uosv ready
iu rvceivo oruers ior oil Kinas or wotk.
OLOUK I'Al'Blt CO.
riMIE SUUSCIlHlKll having nchlcTcd
X something of n reputation as n
I'HOTOOR At" It Kit
In these United States of North America, re
turns thanks for the
Making First-Class svork, my npeclallty I
would Invite, as many of you sviihliig that kind
of svork, to ' ban n hand" nnd help us boost tho
Tho Hoom Is newly re-lltted and re-furnished,
and you svlllllnd It quite pleasant to svhllo assay
a fesr ncetlng momenta as svo go trasellngon.
You will nnd my
1'IIMIKLAINiS AMI ISIII'AIION I'Olll.'Kt.AI.S'S
made up to please all and at less rales than
ever. No expense or patns spared In Tools
Chemicals or untitling going to make up
A OOOD LIKENESS
as It Is my motto to please,
If I do not make n
SVITII TIIK KM'F.I!IKS(K (IF KKIIIIKKN SKAIts,
and most of that time In Itutland, I Mattel mi
self that I nm what I am,
A MVINO 1H!(! A.MONOST VOU.
It IX IMS IN
0 I, A It K ' S I! I, O V. K ,
(Corner Mcrehants' l!nsv and Wst Streets,)
.IAS. 0. MIMIIIKI.I.,
'has. A. WiLtasMs.
(Late of Philadelphia)
lunela dssniii AssWniu.
It F. v i: It M f) N T 1, I F E
i n s r it a x v i: v o m p a n y,
OF Bt'KLINOTON, I'l.MONT.
omen, vr.cK nvn.wst;, vot.t.i:ai: .sr.,
Incorporated October 5sh, l-ils.
Assets January 1st, 1873, - i?i:!'.l,20H.:iS.
Surplus Including capital, fl II In assets to
each si.oo In liabilities.
surplus exclusive or capital, f 1.24 in assets io
Every desirable form of nulles Issued utosrn
rates with any reliable company, or lower.
ENDOWMENTS AT I.ll'E RATES A SPE
CI ALT Y,
Flse tninortnlit tirtvllwres secured In Ibis
form of policy.
isi. iue icnn may no reuuecu at ans lime uy
yu. ison-iorieuing on ine ,aiu-ui policy pian.
3d. Non-forfeltlnir on the "temnorars In
surance" plan for the full umount of the policy.
sin. me accrucu s aiuu oi mo policy may oc
recels'cd nt any time alter nvo payments have
oth. Tho deferred accumulations will bo divi
ded among the surslslng policy holders nt ma-
ALL POLICIES ARENON.l'OHrr.ITINO UPON
Eserv nollcv holder svlll has o the beneiltsof
his own Investments secured to lilm.
send for circulars of rates and wans, or call
In nt the oftlce and examine for yoursels es.
I'ATHONIZE HOME INSTITUTIONS!
RUSSEI. S. TATT, PlCSldctlt.
SV'ARRKN fillilis. Secretary.
nUHNHAM A- TEMPLE.
SS'e are Aeents for thu follow liielili'st class
r ini insurance voini'aiiics.
Home, N. Y ,
Insurance of No. America, :
Phenlx, N. Y
Pluimlx. Hartford ,
. . " lo.ooo.oiw
These are the best knosvn or all Hie companies
represented In Rutland, and since sve hasu
represenicu iiiein luey have tuna more iuoiiy io
thu citizens of Rutland and slclnllv tl.nn all
other foi;iflHi('s combince.
This record proves their stability and their
miiiiiKiien-s ui ji.ij nil Jiliiier ciuiins.
Wo conlldcntly expect a contlnuancu or tho
liberal patronage svhlch these companies have
Wo also rcprosent thu Traselers Life and Ac
cldent Instiratico Company. Wo els o abetter
and cheaper ihiIIc.v than any other Life com
Call and sec,
BURNHAM A TEMPLE.
Oftlce, Opera House, Rutland, Vt.
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
No. 120 DitoADSVAY, Nesv York,
Has become the most popular Llfo Insurance
corapiny In the svorld.
Assets over 20,000'000
Nosv business during tho year 1872 of tho Com
panies represented In Rutland,
Mutual Llfo 3I.U3UI6
1'licenlx Mutual 8l,f5i,i34
Charter Oak , 12,248,191
Massachusetts Mutual o,417,7M
North America 4,624,47s
LOCAL ADVISOBY POAItll 01' REFERENCE 1
John N. Baxter,
Ner. 1'. Simons,
John A. Mead, M.D.,
Col, W. O. Veaiey,
Joel M. Haven,
Oeo. It. Bottum,
John W. Crninton
John A. Sheldon,
Nicholas L. Davis.
A X D O X & II1J X T O O N,
Wholesalo and llotall Dealers In
l.'AL.' I'MSTElt, ,
1HON, STEEL, NAII.9,,d!0., ftc, &o.
general Assortment of
I 'A 1 NTS,
II E I. T I N II, I, A (! I N II, Ail.
TIMOTHY, (XOVKIt. AND
NOVA SCOTIA 1'hASTEIt.
I.ODI M A N I ' K A CT t ' R 1 N ( i CO.S lf)t)RKlTE.
a n:i.i itsK
OKI NDSTON K3 ,
F O It CAS II
0 H E A P
H A R R E T T
S OLD S T O 11 E
VI (i. KINGSLEY.
BUILDERS' AND CABINET
Weymouth Fine Finishing and Empire;' (.'ut
Nails, Iron, Steel, chains, sc.
BLACKSMITH'S COAL Best,
t (MJARRY MATERIALS.
J Steel, Iron, Picks, Ames' Shovels, Blasting' lMw.
der (gos eminent proof). Fuse, Iirgi
.Drill Files, Steel striking Ham
mers, Handles. Ac.
MANILLA ROPE AND CORDAHE.
CIRCULAR ANI) WOOD SAWS,
I' A I N T S ,
Oils, Varnishes, (Hue, Sand rajicr, Ilrushes, Ac.
(1LASS AND PUTTY.
A splendtdl Ine of Tablo and Pocket Cutlery,
niieiu.? tiiiu nnssuin.
F U H N 1 T U It E .
Parlor Furniture, Center Tables, Mirrors, lit
tension Tables, Budstuads, Mattrasses,
Spring Beds, Bureaus and Chairs.
Manufacturer of Black Walnut, Chestnut anl
1 uiutcu i-namDer seis.
0 A It PK T 8 .
VelSft, Brussels, Tapestry, Three Ply and In
grain Carpets, oil Cloths, c c.
COFFINS ANI) CASKETS.
AND METALLIC BURIAL CASKS.
At L, O. KCiOSLBYH.
Rutland, Juno it.utb
gooltsi, tiUioncvy, &t.
JJOOKS, STATIOXEltY &(.',
HI'AULDIXO & CO.
Have a large stock of Books consisting ot
Of dirfcrcnt;sl2os nnd styles,
Pocket Bibles and Testaments, large and small.
Prayer Books, Hymn Books, Devotional
Hooks, and all the popular books
of tho day rerclscd ns soon
.IUVKNII.K BOOKS ANI) TOY BOOKS,
Oamcs, Backgammon Boatds, Chess and Checker
FRENCH ENOLISH and
.of the latest styles, plain and tinted.
INITIAL STAMMNil II0SK TO 01UIKR.
Inks In Block, Violet, Blue nnd Carmine.
pens. Pen-holders, Pencils, Slates, Pocket Books
uiki uurus, i-uoics J urie-monnaics, nracK
ets, Halt Pockets, Toivel Racks, slipper
Cases, Blacking Cases, Basic's Book
slides and Shelves, Jewel stands
and Boxes In Carved Wood,
Match safes, Willing
Desks and Work
Maleilals for Wax Flowers, Olasswliades, Vases,
i uiiiiij nuuuurj, iiroil7il uroups
and Vnses,Stercoseopesanil VlossH,I'hotographs
; Lithographs, steel Engrnslngs
In Volsel, Holly Wood, Ac. All klndsof Picture
framing none io onier anil in me ncsr fctjle,
N E W S D E 1' O T.
Dally and Weekly Papers supplied.
We Invite all wishing kooiIs In our line to call
aim examine our stock neioro purchasing.
Sl'AUI.DINO & CO.,
No. 1. Mmiciusts' Ross-, Rl'TLANH, VT,
ma) lilt f
MIF. EXCELSIOIt DIAItY FOH 1H74
Dl.OIIK I'A'h'i: COM'AXr.
(lent nil Wholesale Agents for
VERMONT AND (NESV HAMPSHIRE,
WASIIINOTON, SVARREN, EsiEV,
CLINTON COUNTIES, N. V.
Why me Trade glse to the Excelsior Diary the
prefei ence over all others.
1st. It Is printed on line rose lint paper.
sd. The same quality of paper Is used through
the entire line, giving Just as good paper In a
cheap book as In a high priced one,
3d. It Is Hie best llnlshed Diary In Ihe
4lh. We give j on 2:15 illltci ,-nt st les to select
tth. Quito a number of the best selling pat
terns are made by no other house.
6U1. Tho pocket-book styles are all arranged
to suit the business man.
"th. ItctalIerssvantaDlaryth.it Is neal, at
tractive and saleable.
8th. You ss lll nnd fewer ot Ihein among the
old stock of dealers, as they sell better than
any other Diary.
th. The salo of the Excelsior has Increased
more than 600 per cent. In the last four years,
svhlch fact shosvs that the retailer appreciates
ers, and plenty of them.
11th. They cost no more, and no less, than
other Diaries all lists and discounts being
12th. Tho Excelsior Is ihe best retnlllng
Diary offered to tho trade.
Wo Intend to visit all dealers in Diaries early
In the season. If thero are any, howes'cr, that
sve do not reach, svo shall bo pleased to send
them, 011 application, nllno ot samples to ex
amine In comparison w Ith other goods.
Early orders a ro always lllled complete, while
lato orders are apt to llnd Ihe assortment
broken, and frequently tho best selling stj les
used up. It Is a good plan to put lu orders ea rly
as pay-day comes no sooner than with lato or
ders. We can deliver goods any lime after 1st
Send Injour orders foriho Excelsior early to
THE GI.OHE I'AI'ER CO.,
BLANK HOOKS Are a specialty ssith
us. SVohaseeserythlnKln this Hue. Wo
have ono of tho best (It not tho best) appointed
Blank Book manufactories In tho state. Every
thing Is new and 111 good shape, nnd w 0 have a
man In charge ot It who understands the busi
ness In all Us details. We haso a stock of llrst
class ledcer paners. and invito banks, manufac
turing companies, Ac, to examine our stock and
prices. (II.OHE PAPER CO.
"pitlXTIXG. Anything from it Card to
X a Book, neatly und nromntlr executed.
Wo have as good facilities as any other pstnb-
iisiiuieut 111 me. Htiiie. 11 you iiceu any uuni? 111
this line, glse us n trial, satisfaction guaran
teed. (ILOBE PAPER CO
PEXCILS. Dixon's Round Gilt Pencils
nro as good as Fabcr's Round (lilt, somo
say better. If no better, they descrso fas or from
helnc an American Pencil nt lower nrlces.
Thcj aro made by tho Joseph Dixon Ciuclblo
Co., Jersey city, N. J., nnd ssu offer them to the
irnue at mcir nei prices, rry mem,
(ILOBE PAPER CO.
WAGS. Wo offer Dctinlsoii's Mcrclian
X. dlso and Shipping Tags to Stationers and
Printers at Denutson's lowest prices. Send ns
an order and satisfy j oursels es.
01.011", PAPER CO.
OUH STATIOXEltY DEPARTMENT
comprises a full lino of staple goods,
flrst-class papers, folded and Hat, ruled and
plain, nil wclKhts and sizes. Envelopes nt all
grades nnd colors, drug, pay, note, letter, oni
clal and document, all llrst-class goods and
prices low. Order 11 sample lot.
(ILOBE PAPER CO.
flMIE RUTLAND DAILY AND
JL WEKKLY OLOBE, contains all tho latest
nesvs. Including tho telegrams of tho associated
press, local correspondence, stnto nesvs, .tc.
xso expensu spurcu in luu ctinonai uepanuieni.
Advertising rates low, especially for short ad.
vertlsements. Tho papers uro larger and con
tain more reading matter than any other In tho
State. OLOHK PAPER CO
Merchants using printed svrapplng sslll do
well to consult us before ordering, as sso make
as low flguros as Nesv York or Boston Houses,
and give better accommodations In assorting
lots, svhllo a great saving can bo mado on
trolKlit. (ILOBK PAPER CO.
TO DUY-GOODSMEN, GHOCEUY-
MEN, BUTCHERS AC-Wo offer tho larg
est lino ol : wrapping Papers, Paper Bags, Flour
Hacks and Twines, to bo found In tho Btato.
Best quality monlllo, best quality bogus man
Ilia. Best quality straw papor, all sties and
weights. Best quality paper bags and Hour
sacks svarrouted full site and full weights. No
scrimping. Wo handlo thesa goods In larco
.quantities, and our prices are as losv as others.
oeUlng same quality of goods, Send us an
LODE PAPER CO.
II I XII Y ,t CO.'!)
WO OEMS FOH IIOCSEHOI.D L'SE.
Blinv'.s I'kkscii Lscsoav UU'tt.
Btxsv's Bust SnoK Bl.icsi.s-u.
T7"0"'I CLASS. Male or female,
VY too a week guaranteed. Resectable
employment nt home, day or evening: no capi
tal ruquiicu; iiju iiisiruciiuus iwei suiuuoi'j
pnekago ot goods Bent free by moll. Address,
with six cent return stamp, it. sOl.'NU A Co.,
173 Greenwich street. N. Y. septlnlwiw
NEVElt XEOI.F.CT A COCOII. Xoth
Ing Ls morn certain to lay the foumlatton I
for future evil consequences.
WELLS' CAHHOLIC TAHI.ETS
are a suro cure for all diseases ot the inspira
tory Organs, Soro Throat, Colds, Croup, Diph
theria, Asthma, Catarrh, Hoarseness, Dryness
of tho Throat, Windpipe, or Bronchial Tubes,
and nil diseases of the l.ungs.
In all cases of suiiucn cold, however taken,
these Tablets should be promptly nnd Ireely
used. They erninllzo tho circulation of the
blood, tnltlgnto the w verity of the attack, and
will, ill a very siioriiiinc, resiurn ucauiiy iiciiou
to tho affected organs.
Wells Carbolic Tablets aro put up only In
blue boxes. Tako no substitutes. If they can't
bo found at your druggist's, send nt once to tho
agent In New York, ssho svlll forward them by
Don't bo deceit en by imitations.
Hold by drugiflsts. Price sis cents n box
JOHN 1. KEI.I.O(K), IS Piatt St., New York.
Hend for Circular, Moln Agent for tho United
1 H I'EIt CENT. NET. The Iowa
A.VJ Loan and Trust Company svlll Invest
money on llrst-class Real Estate at 10 per cent.
Interest, net, payable semi-annually In Nesv
York, and svlll guarantee tho collection or all
loans mnilo through Its agency. All charges
paid by tho borrower. Please ssrite, before in
sestlng, for Nciv York and New England refer
ences, and full particulars. (HstCEi, Mkiuiii.i,
(lato fievcrnor of losvn,) President. Address
JAME.H II. IIEARTWEI.I, Secretary, Drawer 107
Des Moines losvn eptl4dw4sv
ii( UMl'IIOKINE." The great iliscov
J cry for the Immediate relief and euro
of Rheumatism. Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises,
1'nlns, htrulli", HI Iff Joints, dwellings, Intlama
Hons, Bunions, Cntarrh, Ac., Ac, It still not
grease or stain, and for the toilet Is a luxury In
every family. Thousands sslll nnd nosv testify
to its great merit". Try II. Price per bottle 25
cents. HECHES' HOYT, Prop'r, 203 Orcensvlcli
street, N. Y. sepsiilArw4sv
,4 OR F. A T SENSATION !-Agents
XV svanled. cash salary, or eomtnlsslon al
lowed. Strlctlyhononibie. Address F. A, ELLS
K Co., Charlotte. Mich. septu-ktsvlw
I f'nmoleleil. SlH-l line 1 IIHUI'S free. "COll-
inins n sveiiltlt of Information'" Prnv
..iiniitiinlilc." Watcliinnn A HcHeclor.
urge nil soung pi'ople to securo tlilsssork."
Hostnn ('onimonweallh. "1'si ml Tacts access,
ble ilsesshere mils lu costly and cumbcrnus
svoiks."- Boston Journal. It Is an entire
llbrarvat small tost. Acents svnnted every
where. Address Nation si. EscvcrorKim Pen.
Co., Tpmpnonvllle, conn. seplid.Vsr4w
V7ltITir for" Large Illtistrnted Pi ice
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
No. lTDSmlthllclil Stieel.
Hteecli-loaillng Shot duns $40 to 3oo. Doublo
Shot duns, fs to JIN). Slnglo (inns, $3 to UO.
Rllles, $s to 175. Rosolseis, 16 to $2H. Pistols,
Si to ti. dun Material, Fishing Tackle. Ijirgu
discount to Dealers or Clubs. Army ouns, Re
volvers, sc., loughtor traded for. Ooods sent
by express C. O. ), to be examined before paid
"TyiMESTIt!" PAI'F.R FASHIONS.
A (I E N T . W A N T K I) .
sf.Ml 1'llK CATAIKICK.
SEWINO MACHINE CO.,
QANYASSING HOOKS font fiee for the
FIVE YEARS IN THE TERRITORIES.
The only complete history of tho vast region
between the Mlsslsslipl and the Pacific ; Its
Resources, climate. Inhabitants, Natural Curi
osities, etc. It contains 210 lino emrraslngs of
the Sccucry. Lnnds. People and curlostles of
tho (treat West. Aircuts me selling rrom is to
25 copies a day, and sve send a cnnsasslng book
free to any book nirent. Address, stating ex
perience, KC, NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
Philadelphia, Pa. septl4disv4w
rjMIE FIRST DIVISION OF THE
ST. PAUL AND PACIFIC RAILROAD
I , 11 II (I , 0 (I 0
C It E S!
TIMBER AXD MEADOW
PlttCKn ISASdK UtOSI
w 1 T o Sir, ! i; k a c k til
t?Teii Years' Credit rilsen When Desired.
'1' 0 W X L O T S
At Moderate Prices, In Tosvns nt R. It. Stations.
Still tube had, under Homestead I-'iw, along
all Lines of tlilscompany.
ON THE MAIN LINE,
between Benson and Hreckenrldge, svo also sell
WHOLE SECTIONS AT 0 PER ACRE
on 3.', Years' Time, Freo of Interest,
011 condition that tho purchaser breaks tho
whole section svlthln a year from purchase and
plants forty acres In tlmber,for sshlch tho Com
pany svlll furnish young trees or seed, For par
Ijnld Commissioner, st, Paul, Minnesota,
OODENOUGH HOUSE SHOE.
TIIK CHEAPEST AND BEST,
Cures and prevents all disease-. Incident to
Ihe hoise's foul.
JUST PUBLISHED i
" RATIONAL 1IORSE-SIIOEING,"
ulthplates, Illustrating hosv 10 perform oper
ations and cure foot tmubioH. Sent by mall on
lecelpt of one dollar. Send stamp for circular
fiOODKNorOH HORSE SHOP,
hclodA'svOsv 41 Dcy street, N. Y.
T A L L I X G F O It 1)
WHAT MAKES THAT ROOM SO CHEERFUL
Why, lean tell .sou; It Is buns with pictures
NEW PICTURE GALLERY
A. HILL k SON
last month. It is up slant Just back of the
Millinery Department, they haso got a
beautiful nssoitment, at s ery reasonable prices
and svlll sell even tho most attractive. You can
get FRAMES, also, of evciy s7o nnd variety;
so curry your pictures to ibem and haso them
lramitto beautlf.s your homes, call and see
their Mic. Rustle Frames. Thlsionm also con
tains an elegant display of
PAPER HANOINOS, BORDERS, ETC., ETC.
All nesv and attractive. Patterns. Wo has-o re
laosed our OH cloths to this room and added a
fesv pieces of svoolcn carpeting nt very losv
prices; also. Hemp Oirpet, stair Carpeting,
Hassocks' Mats, Ac, Ac.
We trust our customers svlll not go clscsvhcro
to buy Rummer floods "ut cost," as svo shall sell
for the next thirty days our entire stock of
PRINTS, DRESS OOODS, SHAWLS, SHOES,
CLOTHINO, FANCY OOODS, ETC.,
nt greatly reduced prices. As low as they can
bo bought In tho county.
Call and examine our elegant SUITS for the
boys, svho svlll attend tho (Hand Reunion.
Como and "dress up lu style." Our stock of
0H0CKH1E8, FLOUIt, ETC.,
svas never moro complete. Wo can, os ever,
els e you bottom prices on Sugars and Teas.
Having received anew invoice of our fa nous
oic. Tea, svo can glvo abetter bargain than ever
for that money. Remember svo haso tea torn
losver figure, out this Is HOOD TEA. Tho only
complalntof tha housekeeper Is, that It has so
ninny "visitors" in It.
Wo hnvo a feiv HATS and BONNETS, which
we svlll sell at cost (or less) to close.
Our MII.LLINERY business has been so en
couraglng that wo shall conttnuo tho depart
ment through next fall and svlntcr, so tho ladles
can look out tor nosr styles as soou as the sea
son opens. We shall ltuprovo our assortment
as svo sou tho trade, demands It doing all svo
can to accommodato our trade.
A. HILL A BON, WALLINOFOIID,
SC.M.M PR Alii! ANO EM ENT.
on and after Monday. June 2d, ls;a, tin ii.i
is III rim as follows, (Sundays excepted
(.01N0 POCTII AND E4ST,
Leave Rutland nt 12:00 and 4:30 a. m., und i .u
and e-.oo p. tn.
, MAIL. Lease Ogdcnsburg at 0:10 p. In., St
' Albans nt 0:20 a. in., Burlington nt S:10 a. in.,
Port Henry at 7:15 a, m Rutland nt 12:10 p. in.,
I Bellows Falls ot 8:30 p. m., arris Ing at Nesv Iin
, don at :30 p. in., connecting with steamer for
NEW YORK r.XPRF.SS.-Lenvcs St Albans ut
9:"0 o. m., Burlington 10:20 a. m nnlslng In
Rutland at 12:60 p. in.
NI011T EX'PRl-SS.-Unvcs OgdensburgatlBi
1 CS ti.tn.. Plattsburir 2:?.o n.m.. Montrf.il &:i n.io..
ni. .Mjiios ii. in., m. Aioan-l l. in., IIUI
Ilngton 0:10 p.m., Rutland 12:20 a. in., bellow
Falls, 3:2.'. a. in. arming nt Nest London nt 11:1:.
MIXED TRAIN.-Loovcs Burlington al 2:00 p.
in., ni ruing In Rutland nt 7:m p.m. Leaves
Rutland nt 4:30 n. m Pel 'oss's Falls 7:4.', a.m.,
(accommodation train), rrlvlngal Ness London
at Mop. m.
MIXED TRAIN. Loaves Rutland nt r,:oo p. in.
arris insr In Bellows Falls at ic:oo p. in.
Leaves Rutland at 1:13 and r,:lo a. tn., and
and r.-.os p. m.
MAIL. leases New London nt C:oo a. in.,
Snrlnglleld S:i a. in., Boston 7:3') a. in., Bellows
Falls 11:43., Rutland 2:30 p. In., arrlslng at Port
Henry ut 9:0o p.m., Burlington 5:00 p. in., St.
Albans 0:10 p. m., Montreal :4.r, 1). In., Ogdcns
burir 1:15 n. m., making connections with trains
for tho SVest.
. KXPRKSS-Loavcs Rutland nt r.:0.', p. m si
Albans nt s:.v, p. m.
NKHIT KXPllKSS. fj-nven Nesv London u
Simp. m., Sprtngfleldat s:la p. m., coniiccllnii
with train lenslsg Nesv York ut Sam p.m., Bel
losss Falls 11:20 p. m., connecting with train
leasing Boston ntMo p. m., Riitlanil 1:43 a.m.,
Burlington 4:40 a. in., st. Albans C:10, airliitu
In Montreal at t:45 a. m., Plattsburg al 12:uo in.,
and Ogdensburg ot 12:S5 p. bi connecting Willi
trains for tho West.
MIXED TRAIN. Leas es Rutland nt WOa.in
Leaso Burlington at 9::ia n. m., St. Albans 12:i
in., arriving In Ogdensbtirgnt i'ip. m. and si
Johns at 3:M) p. m.
MIXED TRAIN. leaves Bellows l ulls al 4.
n. in., arriving In Rutland nt 9:20 a. m.
ACCOMMODATION. Leas-es New Iindon a
S:10a. in., Bellosrs Falls i'.:00 p. m., iirrlslng "
Rutland nt 8:5.-. p. ni.
Trains lease Burlington going east, for Mont
poller, Ac, at C:,v a. in., 12:30 p. m. and 7:C p. in.
Trains leave Bellows Falls trolnir north, foi
White River Junction, Ac., nt 8::w n.m. and
11:4. n. in., and r:.v; and 11:20 p. m.
connkction'S. At Rulland ssith Rensselaer .v
Saratoj-a and Harlem Extension Railroads: at
Bellows Falls with Cheshire. Railroad; nt south
Venion with Connecticut River Railroad,
SfHIccpIng cars aro attached to night train
between St. Albans nnd Troy, and Burlington
and Boston. OYI.I'.S MERRILL,
St. Albans. Vt Juno 3d. 1S73.
RLEM EXTENSION RAILROAD
CHANGE OF TIME.
1S7.-.. SUMMER AHRANOEMENT". s; ..
On nnd utter Monday, June 20th, lsf i, trains
svlll run as follosvs:
MIXED. leases Rutland al S:"0 a. lu., con
nertlng at State Linn svllh train for Tin).
MAIL. Leases Rutland l.30 a. m., and mas
Ing closo connections nl Chatham 4 lorncr-,
svlth trains for Nesv York, Albany, Hudson, and
both east and ss cst on B. c A. it. R.
MIXED. Lease Rutland nt 2.2.', p. in., to Bo
nlngton nnd Troy.
SUNDAY MILK TRAIN (with pa-sr:,,. , i ,
attached.1. Lenses Rutland nt 7..W a. m.
1' A 11 E .
Rutland to Nesv York ... ,',a
" to Albany, ... a t-i
" to Hudson, .... no
JfNti lay os er checks gls en.
ARRIVE AT RUTLAND.
Mall, I.3.1 p. m.i Mixed, 12.0s p. in.; mixed
30 p. in.
F. C. WHITE, Supt.
Rutland, June 14, 17. majldi-svtf
OOK AGENTS WANTED.
.1. 11. RUHR A" HYDE, Pi iii.hiikim.
.1 HOO K F 1! .1 .
FUNNY SIDE OF PHYSIC
SOO PAOES, 2M ENORA VINOS.
A startling expose of Medical Humbugs of the
past and preseni. It ventilates Ouaeks, Impos
tors, Traveling Doctors, Patent .Medicine sen
ders. Noted Female Cheats, Fortune Tellers
nnd Mediums, and gives Interesting accounts of
noted Physicians and narratlses ot their lives.
It reveals startling secrets, and Instructs all
how to as-old tho ills svhlch llcsh Is heir lu.
Wo elv exclusive territory and liberal commis
sions. For circulars and terms address the
publishers, J. B. BURR A' HYDE,
Hartford, Conn., or Chicago, HI.
OF THE UNITED STATES.
Twelve hundred pages nnd WO engraslnvs,
printed In English and German. Written b
twenty eminent authors, Including John li
(loUKh, Hon. Leon Case, Edward Rowland, Res
K. Edwin Hall, Philip Ripley, Albert Brisbane,
Horaco llrccloy, F. li. Perkins, etc., etc.
This svork Is a complcto history of all branches
of industry, processes ot manufacture, etc.. In
all ages. It is a complete encyclopedia ot arts
and manufactures, and Is the most entertain
ing and saluablo ssork of informal Ion on sub
jects ot general interest ever offered to the
public, wo glvo our agents the excluslse right
of territory. Ono of our ngests sold 133 copies
In eight days, another sold scs copies In two
ss-ceks. our agent In Hartford sold 391 In one
sveek. Specimens of the svork sent to agents
on receipt of stamp. For circulars and terms to
agents address thu publishers, J. B. BURR
HYDE. Hartford. Conn., or Chicago. III.
UNCIVILIZED RACES OF MEN
IN ALL COUNTRIES OF THE SVORLD.
Being a comprehensive account of their man.
ners and customs, and of their physical, soclol,
menial, moral and religious characteristics.
11T Hev. J. O. Woon, M. A., F. L. S.
Fls-n hundred engravings, 1,800 Super Royal
octavo pages. In tsvo volumes, or
two volumes lu one.
Acents nro making over lloo per sveek In sell
ing thLs work. An early application w 111 secure
a choice of territory. For terms address tin
J. 11. BURR A HYDE.
HARTFORD, CONN., OB CHICAGO, ILL.
SALE AT AUCTION.
Will be sold, at public auction, at Hie onlce ot
Jacob Edgerton, lu Rutland, on the 10th day ot
October, 1SJS. at i o'clock p. ro., the follosslne
described real estate, viz 1
Iit, Number 7, of the third division of lots In
tho town of Meiidon, containing about 4ro ucres.
Also, a Farm sttuato partly In Shrcsvsburj
tend partly in Plymouth, lu the state of er
mont, and U the same lrhlch Is nosv occupied
by Samuel Robinson, containing about w
acres ; bounded north and east by lands of
Aldrlcli A Jones and others ; south by lands 01
tho Snathlo Iron company, and sest by lands
ot svillard (lulld. The mortgages and Hens on
said lands svlll bo stated at the time of sale to
bo sold subject to such encumbrances.
"J JACOB EDOERTON,
Assignees ot Horace (I, Hcwott,
Sept. 10, 18T3. septlDsvisv
STATE OF VERMONT,
District ok rctlanp, ss.
Present; Hon, Waltku C. Dcsiox, Judge.
Be It remembered, that at a session ot the
Trobate Court holden in Rutland, svtthln and
for said District, on tho stli day of September,
Whereas, a certain Instrument In svrltlng, un
der seal, purporting to bo tho last svlll and testa
ment ot ltosmond Mower, lato ot Rutland, In snld
District, deceased, having been this day pre
sented to said Court for Probate, and duly filed
In tho Register's Offlco i Theretore.lt is order
ed, that all persons interested In tho estate of
said deceased, bo uottned to npper before said
court, at tho Probate onico In itutland, in saia
District, on tho last Tuesday tn September, A.
1). 187S; by publlcotlon ot this order, threo sveeks
successively thereto, In tho Rutland niobe, 11
newspaper printed ot Rutland aforesaid, to
show cause, If any they may have, why said
Instrument In wrtttng should not bo proved
and allowed, as the last ss lll and testament of
the said deceased.
spUw8w THOS. C. ROBUINS, negtstcr.