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RUTLAND, VT.f TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBKB 30, 1873.
J'KIOK THREE CENTS.
H. T. C It 0 S S,
Maiiufacluicrof mid p.iler In
UNiiiiiNd n.iiii:it, siiixolls, i.vth,
i m'iio.mids, A.NnMMii.'cKi.rMiicii,
DOORS, SASH, HLINIIS, MOl'l.D
IN(IS, HHACKI.TS, WIN-
now i i.Mi:s a
scroll sawing of nil kinds, Planing, .Mftlcliliitf
and Olaflngdone to order. Ynrd mid Mill cor
ner of I nloii iniil Furnace streets, near l'rristlil
in iiot, Rutland, VI. .MaliUw3hi.
ifltT.UX COItXICF.S OK ItLACIv
Wnlmil, or nil (till, made to outer, cur.
lain Rings, Tassels mid Cords. DKAKIIOIIX'S
UlloW CASKS. CORXKlt, CLOCK
n and Mantle Shelves made to order, with
I'l.iln or Mimlilpd edges. ItRAt.'KKTS sawed In
illllerciil styles at DKAKIIOIIX'S
ti.w jioi'Liiixos roif i'ictlmsh
1 'raining, Chroinos, Lithographs, unit
l.ngr.vvlhgs ill DLAHIIORN'S
1'HliFKCr FITTIXd SIUIITK.
I'ATTIMXS Ct'T '1(1 MKASt'HK.
? X. MEHHUM'S PF.ItFF.CT FIT-
TIXO SHIItTS. Tlipmosl ronifnrtalilP,
durable mid economical.
I F.C lvF.lt llltOS. lNltlVALLI.D l'l-
U ANO FORTKS, prouoiincPd Hip llncsl In
I hp world. Warranted for wi en J ear".
iu:f iiiATKixofCHintcuns, ham.1 axii
(lood nest-class work nt i tasonnble pi Ires.
.Many years experience In the business, come
.Hid see nij work
No. 1, Wales, Cor. West Mreet.
JMi'dlm ltutland Vt.
(. II. M () It K It () r s K,
npiHisiie (vntr.il ltoue - - ItfTI.AXIi, Vt.
llfTLAXI) MAXlTACTnttXCl COMI'AXV,
M.inuf.ictniers and wholesale dealers In
lidl) AXI) CIIAIX SHAT CIIAII!4-, IIKII
STKADS AXII CHAllt STOCK.
f orner of West nnd Forest Ms,
I Mkooii, At. O. C. Itfoni m, 'I'reas.
J W. IC IX(i.
Mannf.u'l liver and wlioleaalq and retail dealer 111
HASH, DOOltS, III.1ND1,
l(lt"l,l)IXf!S, IHtAOKETS, AND HOfSr. Ft'It
OK F.VEI1V IlEPnilPTIOX.
I'l'llS K'K STHKKT, HlTl.iMI, Vr.
orders hy mall or otherwise promptly attend
.i. .i. onxnox,
li I, A C IC S M I T II .
I'.tilli iil.u' at ten I Ion p.ilil to Horseshoelnfr. All,
vinrl. wairanted. sliopoti
m.sr sr., skik ourKK MAiini.r. hokks,
miiylikim Itt'TI.AXI), VT.
I.IXf'OI.X IHOX AVOltKS.
M.ulile .Mill and Holsllnjr Machinery of (he
most Improved construction. Derricks and
liumplni; machinery, castings and general ma-
steel and Iron Win IIiiim' at Manufacturer's
Itull.iiid. M., May 1, tsts. mayldU
a. ii. hamTkYT"
cm'; writi: ,i v;i ru.irricM, ,sf,.ir;.7f,
He Is prepared to do all work promptly and
well. Orders can be left at .1. K. (ll nn's More
on Merchants' Itow, or at the Hardwell House.
llseifnceA Itockwood llarrett, ltutland; I.. .M.
Mason, l'rcildcnt of First National Hank, tie
Holt, Michigan; Hon. .1. M. Marvin, saratofra
HOVI.1! A- IIAKKRS IMI'ItOVKI)
MIITTI.K AMI KI.ASTIC STITCH,
,s k w rxo .v. 1 cjuxns, .t .
At K. .. MKItlllAM'.S.
UfUAl' IKOX AXD RTEEIi, OLD,
ij Marble saws and Currency taken In e.-
hauge lor Xnlls at the I
iiiaylikim RUTLAND NAIL WORKS.
West of Lincoln Iron Works
1J..IXTIXG. SeTf.Inkins l'carl Press.
L Xew and valuable Invention. Every busi
ness man should have one. I'resscs and Outllts
riom 110 upwards. Sendstamp for Catalogue ofi
Presses, Type, Cuts, etc. (101.1)1X0 CO., 14
llii'J r.it''i, josiuii. nuB..unnviii,
XO. 1.1 MERCHANTS' ROW,
lion nnd Lead i'lpe, Portable and Stationary En
Ttnn . iiuuii. m-iMii, rui .... miu iniri 11 i uuiii ,
.eatber and Rubber lteltlngj Rubber Hose nnui
racking; jiuuoer oercoata, oioes and .1111
lens; Steam and Water Oauges; Water, Steam
and (las Fittings, and Fixtures, all kinds; Flaxi
and Soapslonn 1'jcklng; Cotton Waste, I'lumb
STEAM, WATER AND (IAS FITTIXfl
Done at short notice, nnd nt prices adapted to
Rutland, .May 1, 1S73 myldom
pi-VMlIIXC. AXI) GAS FITTING.
COPPER AXII SHEET IRON WORK.
Having leased rooms No. 15, Merchants' Row,
lnSlorewlthlI.lt. Dyer, I nm prepared to do
all work In my lino In a workmnnllke manner
at reasonable rates,
l'l.I'MIIIXn AND OAS FITTING (iOODS
Mippllvi at Hie lowest rales.
s t 1 s r a c t i o x n v a r a N t i: 1: i
jr" Oidei s by inutl promptly iittended to.
S. I). .IIINNESS,
Rutland, .May 1s .- - d3in
fVO VK1NTF.US AND lTHMRHEIlS.
TIib OI.OI1K Taper Co.,iliavlui dupllcatrs of
Ihe fullowlns articles offer them for sale at low
sleam Engine, Millable for tunning presses,
Hoe Card Press,
smith Hand Press,
Iron Frame. Paper Cutler,
Two Rule MUerlng Machines,
Two ralrsNews Chases;
Two sets Column Rule',
And numerous oilier articles used in n Printing
yiT.AM STONI-: CUTTKH COMI'ANV,
sole propileloiH and manufacturers nf the
STONE CIIAN'NELINO OR fJlTARRVINO MA
t'orcutllinf slonn Into various sizes, andjll
IN ALL KINDS Ol' QUAltRIKS,
01 iici: anii flnom,;
1 ' JOHN Vr. C1UMTON, Hron't
f., WAXTF.I).--(iootl wages will
VJf lip paid to a eood smart girl, to do wash
ing mid honing, (food references required
Address lock box son, ltutland, VI. s44d3d
VrAXTF,D. A good, smart girl to do
general housework. Apply at S3 Center
street, ltutland, vt.
rAXTKD. An experienced Tnllorcss.
towork on linn Custom Coats, with a
Journeyman tailor. Highest wages paid nnd
stcadv work given. Also, wanted tin expetl
cncodPant nnd Vest Maker, apply tor. M.
SMITH, SI Center street. sifsltf
W'AXTKI). A llrst class Journeyman I
M Tailor, .Must press nnd spiv, to the!
I light kind of a mini, H 00 per week will bo paid
ihoyenrrounii. .-sonc necu appo 101 me num.
nllon onlysiendi Industrious men.
1'. M. SMITH,
scptlSilIf 37 CpnlprSlreel. j
rAXTl.D. Wholesale Purchasing '"
I T Asents tor the Ilaitrnm Sewing Machine 1 '
made at Danliury, Conn. TIio latest and best, i
The stillest, fastest nnd easiest lockstitch, solr-
setting, straight needle machine In the market. .
Helter terms than any company Address,
JOHN A. DOIidi:, fieneral Agent, Danbur.v, CI.
WAXTKD.-AII men wishing In make j
T money to send for a pamphlet contain t
In;; Instructions, Ac , which everybody should I
know. J. r.Tir.TOX, I'lTTsnunn, 1a. i
a x t r. o
Two nettle and energetic
I.IKK IXSCHAXCT. AOKXTS
to solicit for one of the oldest and best l.lfe
IS Tills fnfXTItV.
Ciimndsslon or Salary will be p.ild as can be
HIK iiBsr TKl:l:lllil!Y IX 'IIIK statu
can be secured to responsible men.
Address, with lefeience,
linv lti.1. ltutland, VI.
Aug. 13. ls;:i. dlw
K K K S A- II A It It K 1!
AT XO. 1, Ol'IlltA IIOl'Si: III.OCK,
Keep a full asstutment of the fnlluivlng
noirsK Frnxisiuxo noons,
FIIKXCH CHINA WAltK.
SII.VF.lt I'l.ATKK WAltK,
PK1XTKII TOtl.KT SKTS,
TAssn.s AND COUDS, '
LAMPS AND l.AXTElt-'.
Wholesale and ltetall,
KAMI CHIMNEYS mid tlL'ItXKHH,
Wholesale and ltetall.
-MATTIIASSKS and I.fll'NOES, nnd
inaytdlf DOXK TO OltDEK.
I. Olli: I'AI'P.Tt COM FAX V
l'l'ltl.lsllERs PRINTKRs, SIHTIONEIt
III, A K V.OOK MAXl'y'.irri'llKllfi,
Having purchased the Wholesale IMper and
Stationery business ot II. A. Sawyer, nnd Iho
Printing business of .las. K. Me Iz-an. Willi Ihe
addition of a complete llook-lilndery, they have
consolidated Hie whole Into one business, mid
moved the same Into the new and commodious
"(llobe luilldlng," erected especially for Iho
use of (tie Company.
With one.of the most eoinplile Printing De
partments of any establishment In the Mate,
uiiderthesuperilsionot oneot thobest practical
printers In the country, they are prepared to do
all kinds of plain and ornamental woik In tho
most approved manner and on short notice.
Our Jobbing Department will comprise lull
lines of Writing rajK-rH both folded and Hat,
Envelopes, .Note. Letter nnd oniclal,) lllnnk
Hooks ot every description, school Rooks,
Slates, Pens, Pencils, inks, Law Wanks, Cut
lery, Wrapping Papers ot all kinds, lMiier Hags,
Flour Hacks, Twines and Cordage, y'oodeu
Ware, Matches, llrushe, lllaeklng, llluelng,
Ac., Ac. This Department will be found well
stocked and worthy Ihe attrition of closo buy
Tho Hinder' will bo under the charge of ono
of the most thorough workmen to be found In
the State, and nil work will be executed In tho
best style, and with dispatch.
With men of long experience. In charge, and
with extensive facilities for conducting their
business in Its several ilepiutmients, they pre
Bent ono ot tho most complete establishments
of the kind to be found outside the cities, and
solicit tho patronage ot the i-ubllc, feeling con
lldent that they can Insuro the wants of all
upon the most fnvorablo terms,
(1L0IIE PAPER CO,
rilAGH. Wo have nnvv In Btook mi assort
X ment of Donntson'H Patent Direction
Labels and Merchandise Togs, which wo will
sell at mauutneturer's prices.
Wo havo also a good Mock of " Phillip's He
curty Hook-Tags," a very convenient, auil ser
viceable article for merchants. Among its ad
vantages aret Ooodii can bo more readily mark
ed then by any other means; the tag Is ho bo.
curely locked that It cannot become detached
from, tho noods; no chance ot tho tag' becoming
detached from the .hook; no point's projecting
to tear 6ther good or 'your-'Angers. They ore
safe, strong and cheap. Call audCxamtno
them. olobe rAJ'nt co.
$twt$ una Sin Wave.
J)ITXX .V CltAMTOX,
Manufacturers id .ill kinds ot
and dealers In
I'l.VXIs'llKli. llltlTANXIA. JAPAN'. OUSS
AND WOOIH'.X WAllK-i
i.f every description.
IllitidMl, llltl'SIIIN AXII IIKSKlH's,
and a fcnrrAl assoittiietil o(
IllU'SK FfltXlSHIXd GOODS.
Spi-i'l.ll f.iellllles fur J. .1.1.1 ii ijtl kinds n(
w nolillX WAltK,
TIX AXU kss WAlti:.
sr-AH kind-. of n KrK it taken In evcliamte for
XO. H MKIK'HANTV liOW.
Itutt.inil, vt.. May 1, Is:::. mjldlf
I! M O V A I. .
s. 0. Stale, of the lale llrm of sinley.V I.lp
pliicoll, has lemoM'il his business from Xo. 117
center St., to No. 12 Merchants' How, wheie tu
bas roruicd a Copartnership with Messrs. 11111111
.V Cramlon, under the llrm mime of s. 0. Sl.ilej
a Co. lie will be pleased 10 see all 01 his old
customers, and as mam new one- as will i.oor
him with 11 (Mil
(! . ST A I. K V
No. 1'.', MMicmsr' l!o.
STOVKS AXI) HOT All. l'VI!N.l'I.S.
'I he Mr 'ni I and New Ainiile.111 Cooking
Stoles, tor ljutli wood and rn.il, ron-laiilli 011
band. Maniilaeliiirrsiif and ip-aleis In
,1'OW'Klt. TIN AND SIIKKT IHOS' WAItF.
I' I. I',,l I!. I XJ.
Hi nil llsbi-jlii lirttf ll.itli'lubs, Walei ('l.)-els
das aiiil Wain Piping, ami Fillings of
T IN IIIHIlTNd AND JOIIIIINl!
Of all kinds plinilptl.il ntlendi-il Hi. None bill ;
skllltnl and irllable woikinen employed, j
.if,;. iw.'A' ii-.ti;;.i v '.': j
hF.-.ikIHI K, liOOHS N.ttmi OF'lill-'OI'llt IIOl'SK
8 '' 0
1: S .
CKI.KIIKATEII FARMERS' AND MECHANICS'
( O O IC S T O V i: S ,
WITH EI.EVRA'I ED 0 V ENS,
are now being made at tin
1' I T T S F 0 R D IT R N A c E .
, Also fo.tr sles of
' , ir r k i 11 o .v .s v 0 v : s .
These Stoves. belnr made of the Plttsfoiit
Charcoal Iron, will out last any ollierslnves
made, and will be sold as tow as stoves made
of hard coa: Iron. Apply to.
aug-.iiikim Pittsi (inn. Vi.
JAltM FOlt SAU:.
The subscribers offer for sain their farm, sit
uated about two miles from the village of Ilel
lows Falls, on the Chester road, well known
JOHN CLARK FARM,
Containing about three, hundred nnd tlltv ncres
of land; two dwelling houses, three barns and
two tenant houses, near tho railroad track.
The tenant houses are ne-. Tho large farm
iiuiise iius ueeu i nurouguiy repaired ami pann
ed, Willi new nlaza In limit mid end, new front,
fence, all In tho most hubstantlal and tasteful
manner, making It 11 desirable residence.
Nearly three-fourl lis of a mllo of new wuter pipe
from a never-railing fountain supplies all Inn
OVER TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
has been expended within tho past two years
on buildings und fences, besides Ihe tenant
houses. The laud Is adapted to tho raising or
till kinds of ciops. some fifty ncres arnwell
adapted for tobacco. Tho land Is now under 11
good state of cultivation, by having been fed
out u largo uhiount of bay and grain Iho past
tvvu years, which has nccn biought on tho
place, besides that which tho faun has pro
iluceil. Tho eastern lino Is tho Connecticut
river and the farm laying weslet ly, divided Into
pasture and tillage land, with a Kiiltlrient sup.
ply of wood for I lie premises, situated so near
tho village ot llellows Falls a vlllugo growing
more rapidly than any plnco within tho state,
mid with Its unlimited water rawer, which Is
last being Improved, must continue to lucrcnsii
in a still larger proportion In the future makes
It thu most desirable farm In these parts. Pos
session given Immediately, except thu mill
yurd, and that In one year. Imiulruof the sub
scribers on Iho premises; or Joseph Wilson,
llrm of .1. Wilson i: Co., near the dejiot j or Wll
tier A' Hopkins, al West Rupeit, Vt,
WILDER ,V HOPKINS.
HcHuws Falls, May l, 1s73. myl-dtf
OKOIJOB C. NI.YOIAX,
It 1. AL K STATU lilt OKI: It,
onicei Dei by1 lllock, ltd Floor Front,
First class village nnd farm property for sale
and lo let. Money to loan on notes, mortgages,
life iMillcles nnil oilier npproved securities.
"IDAHTriJK LAND IN PITTSFOItl)
X ForRaleorrenr. one hundred and twenty
llv 0 ncres of line PASTURE land located one nnd
one-holt miles from Plttstord Village. Address
or call on E. P. HITCHCOCK, under National
llaukof Rutland, Rutland. Vt. Mayltf
PF-NCILS.-rDlxon's Penells, mailo In
tho United States, are much superior to
Kaber's, and are sold at lower prlocs. Try
0I.01IK PAPER CO.
BRICK. I liavo flvo ItunJreil tliotnaml
good hard burned merchantable brick on
hand und for Bale, on reasonable terms. Please
call and examine. Warranted to give satlsfac
M9P . l .' WALM. FIKLD,
ltutland, August ., 1ST8. nugldtf
rocfrtcis and ivovioions.
J A: T. (' A 1) I. X ,
Wholesale and ltetall Ilenlers In
onocKHiKs axo provisions,
CANXIIII FitflTS, IMCKI.Ks, .tr
AMI l'AXl'V til Mills.
ANi, llealeis In
lilt V (l(iol)s, sltAWI.s, lllttiss (iiiolis,
HOSIKIIV, (II.OVK. ic., Ac.
An assort nienl of
(1F.NT.S' FUltXISHIXd (lOt)OS
Coiistanth on hand.
AUKNTft I'Olt MAIL STK KMKlts TO AXU
CflHtAKTs KOll AXV AMOI'XT OX THK
MASK'S OF KNOl.AXII, IIIKt.KXIl. SC OTIAXI)
COHXKl! I'ltKKllll' AXI) KVKI.YX STs.
k 'i' 1: it 11 r x t i-: it s ,
.M A I X S T It i: I". T .
Is the place lo bilj
SI'dAlts, TEAS, COFFEES, IH'TTIIll, CIIEKsK,
. I'lSII.'of all klnds,(Ht.N(IEs, I.KMONs,
rids, canned run fx.
at lower pilces Ihauany otbrr pl.Ke In town.
Try II and be rouxlnreil.
MAIN STREET, (FjisI -l.li,)
1 S r, 7 .
I H 7 !!
o I, i) 1: 1: n s t 0 1: r.
nitoi'KitiKfi axo or.s'o.v.s'.
(.IIEVP 1(11! CAslI.
ClIKSTKIt KIXOSI.KV. .
111:1 1 1 f MI.KI'IUSIS' ROM.
Q it !: r. 11 t t- it x 1. it
.ri:.i: uhi'i.yi.yi: m.ui'.ixr.
7ii wall street, new yuiii;.
tlfrr fur Sale all Ihe t.tilousiil'.idrs of Itnlned
siigjrnt Supeilor (iuulliy at the Lowest Muiki I
l,n.--s. A siiH-tlor (piallty 01 Whin sin.ir mr
Ciiiili-elliiiiiis u-r. Al-"i.
wiiitk coi'pni: a,
COKFK.i: P.XTltA C.
AI11I till' lower jtlJilesnf
r k r, 1. a ir
,s' IT a a a ,
Order. In be addressed to our ofllce In New
York, 7ii Wall Slreet, cor. pearl.
Parlies ordering 10 barrels can have them as.
Tkkms Thirty days, or Cash In 7 d.n., less
i per cent. discount.
II. G. HAXTKlt,
jP V 1, T O X M A It K i: T,
lll'NTON K. IIAYWARD
All kinds ot Meats, Fish, Vegetables and
Fruits In I heir season.
Klngsley A' Sprague's lllock, Merchant' Row.
WHAT 1 K'XOW AJiOFT Til I. Mi
The crop is short and you will have In hurry
up or loose them.
I am receiving them In large lots dally.
COME (jt'lCK! AT NOON 1
Melons, Apples, Peurs, Tomatoes, cabliaiies,
le fresh dally, at Ihe
O LI) It K I) STO It K.
Meichants' Row, ltiillauil, VI. Augtsdlm
QI.OSIXG OPT SALi:
I am not gotng to Colorado,
I MEAN IH'SlNl.ss,
-1 llis. nf fair ten, for I.OO.
ii llis, nf Grilling ten, DO cenls.
."I llis. nf Hyson ten, 00 rents.
!l llisi nf Young Hyson tea, I.0O.
Other tein, fW. -10, ,'i0, (10, 70, SO, t,(M),
1.10, 1,20, i r lb.
Any one buying live jiounds for cash, of the
teassoW for one dollar and iipwnid, will re.
cetvelltty rents deduction. All other goods In
J. E. OI.V.NX.
Rutland, Kept, nth, 1873. f dim
U 8 0 A T
G It A I' K S
B. W. MARSHALL'S.
COvorfvlw & groulgions.
Clidiec It.iKtfOtl IIiiiim K rents -it IT
I fiallniis tiesl Keiiiseiie. ...tl .i if
in lbs,' liouelcss s.iliuitii lui ;
HI lb. IjiiiI ... 4;
13 b ir. ll'iliblt's Snip t mi 4:
Cllw. best Italslns tl wt 4;
s lbs. Choice Halllis 1 111 4;
T he best .lapan Tea V.eenls 4;
A Si eudld Jap Te.i 4i
Orahain Flour 3 17
Oat .Meal n 4;
Superior Cheese 14 ' 47
IT.ITI'S ltKCKIVKD DII.V AT 47.
t. c iiniiiAitn,
Jjsiiiltf No. 47, .MmcHASTs' Row.
fpi.AS, from SO cents to 1.T5; also frcsli
a (irounit ( otn.i:, at
II. W. MARSHALL'S
mayliH-wly Comer of drove ami West Sis
BATTV'S X A HO II PKMCI.KS,
Crosse A Hlackwell's Plckle.s, Halford's
WorcestershliP sauce, Naliob Sauce, In fact
neaily all kinds of English Pickles can be found
fit I! IV MARSHALL'S
-i3iurxi:i.r,As, pi.fxks, chkkkiks,
X Peaches, lilockberrles, ltaspberrles,I'lums
Huckleberries. Also, nil kinds ot milts In cans,
forsaloiit II. W. MARSHALL,
majliUivlj diove streel, Rutland, Vt.
ITALIC HOltX A- 3IAGXOI.IA FLOl'H
li very choice, for sale nl
maylilkuly II. W. MARSHALL
! TV 1
iiAxn mahiim: compaxy.
Wlllll.K-M K UK VI Kits IV
P. LOCK A- SAWKI) MAltlll.K.
iJI AUIMK- AND Mil Is.
.1. N IIAXTEIt, siipi, WEST Itl'TLAND, Vt
I .mi iiir raiir ui iimiauu .siaroir, in me
1 shape of slabs of vailuin thicknesses required
for Furniture, .Mantel, and Decornllie Woik, as
I well as (Vmelrrj uses; also Cubic Stock toi
j Monumental and lliilldlug purjiosf'.s, Including
liases, snips, and Posts niav be found 011 our
j .van! at all limes.
! Our elenile arransfeineiiis fur the iiioilnc.
Hon of Marble, In the way ot ouarryli.fr .Ma
chinery, and Mills comprising Ihlrty.tv.o gangs
of haws, pi. ire us In position to slipplv tlie
wants of the Trade. Wholesale and lietatl
De.ileis, llullilers, Viiriiltuie-Men, and gen
rial Manurailurers will Hud II to their Intel est
to favor us wliii 1 heir orders.
Kt'TLAND MARIII.E CO,
llAXTI.lt XATIOXAI, 1IAXK.
II. Hknkv RixrhK.
11. I'. Jjitukop,
4. X, IttxrKii,
T. W. PVKk,
(O.o. V.. Komi:,
(Ikihiii: It. lloriiM,
J. W. Ck A KIDS',
N. T. fiPKAUCK, Jh.
W. C. Dl'N.os',
W. C. I.4SII0S,
Made and remitted for at Low est Rates.
ISTFBKST AI.IXIWHI (IS HMK HKr0'HV.
A general Hanking and i:chauge business
II. IlKSKV llAXTKK, ITeSt. .1. N. IlAXTKK. V. Pi eSt.
Okokok It, lloi-rrvi, Cashier.
ii it o ic i: it .
17 niioAit sriiKKT, xnr rniiK.
Slocks, Oovernmf nt s and dold lioughl and sold
if Interest allowed on deiwslts. may Hdtf
Q .1. LOOP,
Wholesale dealer 111
CAIIFOIINIA WINES AND ItltANHV
IMIOKTKK.'ASII W1I0IKS1IK IIKVI KH
CHINv AND JAPAN TKvS.
Tint attention of Town Agents, Physlclaus
and Drusglsls Is especially called looiirwlnes,
asllieyarounsuipassed tor medical purposes,
coining nnui one otMhe oldest vineyards lu
California, Alt goods guaranteed pine and at
sfaciotrv, or to be returned at my expense.
CORNER I'HKinilT AND EVELYN, STS.,
(Minion A Iltihtoon's lllock.)
Riillaiul, VI. mylir
fJWF.NTY DOLLAItS lti;VAlin
Will lie paid for the
DETECTION, ARREST ANII CONVICTION
jf ihe person or nemoiiH who,-wantonly and
lBallclously. mutttaled lUubloue erected to the
memory of my-clitld in Ihe catholic-cemetery
111 thin olace.
(Ctotlilno & urnLshiim flood.
kw noons 1 XKv noons::
hatp.s' iiorsi: coitxnit stohi:,
For Fall and Winter wear.
MENS' HOYS' and CHILDREN'S' sl'ITs,
All styles and prices.
Ill.t'E, llt.ACK A- I1II0WN
SILVER AND CASTOR
All sires and stvles.
H A T S A X 1) C A P S
of every desctlptlon.
OKXTS" FUKXISHIXt! GOODS.
LADIES' AXD OKNTh' TRAVEI.INO HAfls.
tr Save money by Inning goods at the
Hates' House corner Store, 41 Merchants' How,
.VASON .V .TKRK0WSKL
C I. o T II I X (I
OF.STS' FUltXISIIIXO GOOD'!.
O V K It C O A T S ,
All nr.nlcs I'm- .Mens' ami liny,' wnir.
Pine lllne nnd Olive
i! 1: A V 1: It S 1' I T S .
DIAOONAI. SHITS ALL Sl'YI.Ks.
FANCY CASSIMKRE ftl'tl's
of every devrlpl Ion.
(lllO,t shown wllh pleasure and sold .11 pilces
that defy competition.
A. O. Cl.'XXIXOHAM,
No. f. CKSTMl Sr., OpKjsltPlhe Depot.
Vatrlusi ami 5(rwfU'M.
It A I L K Y A- P A It 31 K X T Kdt S
S I I. V P. It S M I T II S.
We have the largest and best nssotlmi'iil ot
Watches ever otfereil In this market.
t.O I. D C II A I X s.
In large supply, embracing eteiy vuiMi o
slvli-ilcilralile foi Ladles' or dent leinriis' wear.
.1 K V K I. It Y ,
In lii-h alMiudance, and more comlm;,
MI.VLK rt.VTKII 1MI Sll.kl., IOK TlUll. l'-K.
Oiir.luel: Is hrve, anil wv ell al low pilces.
s i i. v i: it ; o o n s,
SII.VKl: spdOXn op OCR Kirs' WlSI'FAI'll'liK.
ROC.KIts' ItROTHEltS PLATED FOIIKs
Tea sps, Castois, AC,, all Ihe be.l,
s P E C T A C I. K s
To nl those w-lio eaiinot see well.
A new thimf without frames. Ven desirable.
Call and see for yourselves ut
IIAII.EY AND PARMENTEIts',
17 Mkkciiants' kow.
WilUncni ana .'aiuu Courts.
A It It O W S A- M" I T C II F. I, L,
(smcesirs to Fkkm'ii a IUkkow.
PHOSPKCTPS FOlt lHill.
As we have worn nodlsgulses in the pastwe
.onie with no promise of a new sensation, We
shall offer you no cunningly devised fables to
tickle your fancy, uor lake u fresh ileiutture In
unbeaten paths to relieve the monotony of
trullMelllng. FortienrlyFlfteeu Yeorswrhnve
held to Ihe same principles, and we tlnd Ihem
all unworn bv Ihe lapse of time."
MILLINERY AND FANCY OOODs
WIIOLKSALK AXD ItKTAIL
rt,..- i i- , .
jo. ,3, 1 ..TfI.'r 1
All miters enlrusled tpniir rarrvlll be
' vi'Ti.y axii f.iKfi';.f.r riu.nn.
i i. i
'NO. St MERCHANTS' ROW, ,
rilAOS. Wf sell Detiulson'B Tags . tn
X Prlutem and Stationers 1 at 'Dennlson's
,UWtfaCWb0lei&,fP"C.LdPK PAPER CO.
jj a it l) v v. i, i, 11 o r s k .
.. IP. rllAMTOX, I'rofrtrt.,
The RARDWEI.I. HOI'SEIs loeoteil opsjille
the Depot, and has long been favorably known
Initio traveling public. It has been recenlh
Improved, now nlTordlng the best nnd most
ample accommodation to guests.
The TARLE wilt lie supplied Willi alt Ihe
luxuries of the Season, and every attention w lit
be paid to the comfort of Its patrons.
In the future, ns In the past, the Proprietor In
tends to make it a first-class House nlTordlng
nil the comrorts of n home lo the traveler. The
public patronage is solicited.
A OOOI) LIVERY in connection wllh Hid
Attentive PORTERS will hp found at the He.
pot on thp arrival of all trains.
C V. X T It A I. HOPS F. .
ON THE KntOPKvN PLAN.
HOARD by Ihe Day, Week or Mouth.
NEWLY I'lMtNtsllED HCOMs
I. O W It A t i: S .
Served In every style and for sale In! large or
I. A. SVI.SIIFRY,
sept. '.'3, lsts.
J A 1 K DUX.MOltK IIOFSi:,!
SVI.ISIII'IIV. V KISMONT.
K. P. IIITCIICOCK, PliOl-ItlKMll.
I. W, POItlKH. MtSUISr!.
This well known and pipul.ir Hotel, silitited
on I he shores of Lake Diinuioie. has bern re
cently pin In thorough repair, .several new
Cottages have beii built and newly luiiiMied,
and will be oiicned June 1st. tor Ihe reception of
Isi.mlers and toutUt. ni.tyisiiif
P.V IllXING II ALL.
. .i ii i i-: s .i v h i: r. .v . : i n v
.1, V. ITSlli:it,
itpilnn's Rioek,) Oi't'0-.tii; iiik Dheor,
JfWarm Meals at all hours. Pnllie and
attentive wnlters In nltendance.
Fresh Oysters lecelved dally, and sold In ih,.
gallon, uuart or pint.
JTXOCIl MOItGAX'S SOXS'
S A I' O 1, I O
Is a substitute tor Soap for all Hons., hold pur
pose, except washing clothes.
S A P O L I O
for Cleaning your Houe will save Hie hbor of
one cleaner, dive It a trial
S A P O L I O
for Windows Is better than Whiting or Water.
No reinoi lug cm tains and carpet..
S A P O 1. I O
cleans Paint and Wood, In fact the entile house
belter than Soap. No slopping, saves tabor.
You can't iifTord to be without It,
S A P I) I, I II
lor scouring Kulicn is hellei and cleaner than
Hath llrlck. Will not scratch.
S A P O I. I II
Is better than soap and saint for iiltshli.' Tin
ware, Hrlghtens without scratching.
j SAP O 1. I O
Polishes Hrnss nail Cops-r uleiisils better than
Acid or Oil mid Rotten stone.
S A P O J, 1 O
for Washing Dishes and (ilnssware Is Invalii
able. CheniKT than Soap.
S A P O 1. I O
removes stulns from Marble Mantles. Tallies
and stntuary, from HanltlnMnsl Walls, anil
Ironi China mid Porcelain.
S A P 0 I. I O
remuves Stains and drew, from Carpets and
other woven fabric.-.
Theriilsnootieartlclekiiown1li.ll will do so
many kinds or woik, mid do n as well, assa
polio. Tkv Ii.
S A p olio
a new nnd woiideilully ertecllvo
Toilet Soap, havlugim equal In this
country or abroad.
S A P (I 1, I O
.isanurliclefor Iho Hath, "reaches
the foundation" uf all dlit, oih-iis
the plies and gives a healthy ac
tion and billltant tint to the skin.
S A P O I. I O
cleanses and Hcautlllcs tlie Skin,
Instantly removing miv stain nr
blemish from both hands and face.
S A P O I. I I)
Is without a rival lu the world for
curing or preventing roughness
and chapping ot cllher hands or
HAND S A P O J, I ()
it-moves Tar, Pitch, Iron or Ink
stalus and Urease : tor workers In
Mai bine shops, Mines, Ac, Is In
valuable. For making tho Skin
White mid Soft, mid giving lo It it
"bloom ot beauty," ll Is unsiir
IstssrU by uny cosmetic known.
HAND S A P 0 L I 0
costs 10 to'Hi cents per cake, anil
eicrjlKidy should have It, You
, wlllllkolt., ,, i
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THESE tiOODS.
buy It of our merchant It ho has It or wilt
procuro It for you. If not, then wrttofor our
Pamphlet, '(All about Hapollo," and It will bo
'mailed tree.' J" 1 ' -
"''r.SOCH MORGAN'S ' HONS,
augndiwam eo Park Place, New York,
( SwttaiiU gaily (Slok,
TL'KSDAY, SKPTKMIJKIt KO, 187.1.
HoitsK Thikf. A man named John
.Moild. icteiitly fljiiiir-J (ititp cxleiuively In
Pcacliam with n nice horse ami carriage,
vvltlrli lie cmleavnml to sell to Moses For
tor of Danville, stntlnj- Unit the team came
fiont Winooskl Falls. Poller went In WI
nooslii, Imt fulling to gain tiny know ledge
of It ictuined and tried to ilnd Modd, with
n view to ancstliig him, lint lie. had tied In
parts unknown. The team was found to
belong to Dlvvln Gnulliler of ShcrlirooUe,
P. Q., of vvbnin Modd hired II promising to
teliirn it in "one hour."
V I.OMIIIV MVNTEKV.
'I lie .Uiillluleil lleiuulii or u iUur
ilereil AVoinnii Foiuul In the
Thediscnvciy of tho remains of a woman
In the Thnmt'S river, whose, body liad been
cut up nnd the face mutilated, obviously
with a view lo picvcnt Idcntlllcatlou, wai
the notable event in London nt the depar
lure of the lat mall. It was at first .sup
posed that tlitt body had been partly dis
sected by students who might have been
interrupted In their work, but n very cur
sory inspection showed that the mutilation
was not that which would como from the
hands of the anatomist. The appearance
of the head seems to have this first crude
hypothesis, which was dismissed as soon as
a moro minute examination could be made,
and it is now conceded that a murder lias
In the absence nf any clue there Is plenty
of speculation. As the pieces vvere most o'f
them found near together Hot far from the
jtmc.ion of Surrey canal and the river, it is
quite obvious that they were carried
thither hy the same current ; and the Lon
don Trlfgitijili inclines to the opinion that
the killing was accidental tho result of a
mad blovvnt some water-side orgie and the
mutilation a clumsy afterthought. The
1'iiHMitll (utztttr of .September It call, foi
a more elllcicnt organization of the dctec
live police, and points to the Coram street,
Iloxton, Kltliam and Itegcnt canal murders
nil nf them Mill mysteries ns evidence
that there is something wrong in the secret
The Time of the same date gives the la
test facts and concludes with what niny po
sibly prove a clue to tin- identity nf the
murdered woman :
"Yesterday two more pieces of the di.
nieinbercd and mutilated corp.0 xvcre re
covered from tlie Thames one, the com
paninn forcaim lo that found on the pre
vious day, and, like the other, handles-,
was found off the Albeit F.mbankmont,
I.nmbeth ; the other piece was a foot, and
wns discovered near tho mouth of the Sur
rcy Canal, oil' ltothcrhlthe. These two
pieces have come to llslit nearer to Lon
don than any of the other, one above and
the other below the city. It Is curious to
oliHTve, too, that tile majotity of the
ghastly remains have been found' near the
connections with the Thames, and thi
puzzling fact has naturally led to the bellel
that the pieces have bec-ii iliopped nt dif
ferent parts of the rivet, or at different
conditions of the tide,
"Tlie whole of the pieces air ill the cus
tody of Mr. Hnyden, the rc-ident medical
ollfcer of the Chapman and YVardsvvorth
I'nion Workhouse, and they have been
nllicl.illy -ecii by the most competent medi
cal alitfioritics, who support Ihe views 'a
unhesitatingly given in the evidence of l)i
ixempster that the remains nro thoe of a
j murdered woman. Whether the cuttim
ui) and (lisiio:il ot the body Iliad been car
ricd out by one unaided hand is a filtration
which it would lie dllllcilt for any one to
"Yesterday the police were tracing out
a curious piece of informitlnn. A person
living at South stieet, ISattersea Fields,
came to pipcclnr Ilovvlctt, at the Hat
ter.sca Police Station, and infoimcd him
that her lodger. vhoe name nud autece
dents were given, bud been misting since
the 2d Instant. The deciipllon given of
the missing lodger most curiously rorrvs.
ponded in all the particulars given with
what Is known of the deceased, in respect
of the contour of her person, her hair, nose
and ems, which are somewhat peculiar
The history of tills missing person too, in
dicated some such person as the deceased
was likely to be a woman who had lelt
her husband, had some ono whom she visi
ted at the West F.nd, and was in the habit
of coining home late at night or cailyln
the morning. It is curious, too. that some
weeks ago tlie niisiing woman complained
of having been assaulted in coming over
Victoria Bridge at an cailv hour in the
morning bv four men, and she said she had
been thrown down and bruised. At the
time a Iced detective waited upon her, and
lie will be taken to see the body. Tlie
woman was always boasting of tho large
stuns she was tol.'eceivc.JThls is a specimen
of the cases presented to tlie police to in
vestigate, but up to neatly twelve o'clocl.
la-t night they had formeil no decided con
The case 1 a peculiarly icvolllng oik
mid yet, from present appearances, it is nut
at all likely to be tevealed by any clue thus
far developed. Parts of the body wa
foimd on the 8th Inst., but tints far the pu
lice have added nothing to ihe guessivoil
of the newspapers.
A Ci.eikiv. .man's Vikwnop liti i.i.vtiiis ami
Amikif.xis. .lohn Coon, a well-known
billiardist nf Chicago died on Tuesday last
At Ids funeral the Itev. II. W. Thomas, ot
the First Mcthodlt Church, ofllclated
From his icmnrks, as tho Chicago 7.W.
reports them, we take the following i
Mr. Coon was n representative man a
representative of that large phase of lift
which we call amusements, and of Ihe
special department of billiards. Thai
amusements have their place in the ccono.
my of life no one can doubt. Life is not
all labor and rest. It wants its diversions
as well. And that he who helps in the
Ih-sI ways to meet this common want ol
natine is doing a useful service to mankind
I cannot doubt. That tlie game nf 1 ill
Hards, though I know nothing personally
orftoin c.xpcilence about It, may be useful
as an amusement 1 do not' iUetIou
That it niav bo used under circumstances
nf surrounding temptation, nnd for bad
ends is equally certain. Gambling in
billiard, or In any other way is wrong,
though it is a le.-s wrong than to gamble
in grain or gold. Hut the greater evil Is nn
excuse for Ihe less one. Tho drama mav
ho made both amusing and Instructive, null
in so far lie a public good, or It may b,
turned to Hie low and licentious, What I
would advise men lu the world of amuse
inent to do Is this: Seek to elevatn nnd
purify amusements. Scparatn them vvhnllv
lrom gambling. Any amusement that can
not live without this additional stimulant
ought not to live. Separate from them the
constant tciuptutlnn to cicesniMi drinking,
What men want is ti)oymtnt,i excite
inent, but many, mistaking the one for the
other, or think that excitement nnd stlinti
latlon ate Hie only way to enjoyment, mv
rapidly wealing out their Hyns, which ut
best ate tot) short. Curry Jionor, high
manhood, religion Into amusements, and
It' this, cannot bo draie.tlicn givo them
up, for no man can afford to purtjuo any
course which stands between, htm, mid a