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RUTLAND, VT., WEDNESDAY MO.t?NING, OCTOBER 1, 1873.
PlllCE THREE CENTS.
r0L. I.... NO. 131.
O. T. c n O S S,
Manufacturer of nnd Dealer In
FINISHING LUMIIKR, SHINGLES, LATH,
CLAPBOARDS, AND SPRUCE I.UMDEK,
DOOIiS.SASII, BLINDS, MOULD
INGS, UHACKETS. WIN
DOW FRAMES 4
Scroll Sawing of nil kinds Pinning, Matching
ami Glazing dono to order. Yard and Mill Cor
ner of Union and Furnace Streets, near Freight
Depot, ltutland, Vt. MayldJEw3m.
"1URTAIN CORNICES OF 11LACIC
ly Wnlnut, or all Ollt, mailo to order. Cur
tain Rings, Tassels and Cords. DEAIlIloltN'S
QIIOW CASKS, CORNER, CLOCK
I J and Manila Shelves mado to order, with
Plain or Moulded edges. IlltACKETS sawed In
"VTKW MOULDINGS FOR PICTURE
Framing, Chromos, Lithographs, nnd
Kngrav lugs at DEAHIIOHN'S
VRHVKOr PITT IK a MI HITS.
PATTERNS CUT TO MEASURE.
N. MEHRIAM'S PERFECT KIT-
ii. TINO SI11HTS. The most comfortable,
duraijlc and economical.
DECKER 1IHOS. UNRIVALLED PI
ANO FOUTES, pronounced the finest In
t ho world. Warranted for sov en years.
DEC 1HATION OF CHURCHES, HALLS AND
(loud llist-class work at reasonablo prices.
Many years experience In the business. Conio
and see my work
No. 1, Wales, Cor. West street.
Jjl2dlm ltutland Vt.
(. II. M O It K H (I U S H,
Opposite Central House - - RUTLAND, Vt.
RUTLAND MANUFACTURING CO.Ml'ANV,
Manufacturers nnd wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SEAT CHAIHH, 11ED
STEADS AND CHAM STOCK,
Corner of West and Forest Sis,
I.. Anvoon, Agt. (1. C. Rcuui.es, Treas.
J W. IC I X G ,
Manufacturer and wholesale and retail dealer In
SASH, DOORS, ni.INDS,
MOULDINGS, DHACKETS, AND HOUSE FUR
Or EVE1IY 11ESCHIIT10V.
Furnace Stiieet, Rutland, Vt.
Ordci s by mall or otherwise promptly attend
ed to. myldtt
J. .1. GUINDON,
It L A 0 K SMITH.
Particular attention paid to Horseshoeing. All
work warranted. Shop on
WEST ST., NEVK OUVKIl HAHDLE WOIIKS,
mayld3m RUTLAND, VT.
LINCOLN IKON WORKS.
Marble Mill and Hoisting Machinery of tho
most Improved construction. Derricks nnd
pumping machinery, castings nnd general ma
steel and Iron WIro Rope at Manufacturer's
Rutland, Vt., May 1, 1S73. mayldtf
A. II. II AW LEY,
cnsTn.ivrou.ixi practical slathh,
Hu Is prepared to do nil work promptly and
well. Orders can be left at J. E. (11 nn'.s store
on Merchants' Row, or at the llunlvvell House.
Itfftnmti Hoekwood llarrett, Rutland; L. M.
Mason, President of First National Dank, De
troit, Michigan ; Hon. J. M. Man In, Saratoga
Q.ROVER A: RAKER'S IMPROVED
SHUTTLE AND ELASTIC STITCH,
,Sv'H7Ar(7 MAV11IXIW, Ac., Ac.
At E. N. MERRIAM'S.
CJOHAP 'IRON AND STEEL, OLD
IJ Marble Saws and Currency taken luex
change lor Nails at the
mayld3m RUTLAND NAIL WORKS.
West of Lincoln Iron Works
I PRINTING. Self-Inking Pearl Press.
New and valuable Invention. Every busl
nuss man should have one. Presses and outllts
irom lio upwards. Send stamp for Catalogue of
Presses, Type, Cuts, etc. MOLDING CO., 14
Kllby street, llostou. nugiBdiwCm.
NO. 15 MERCHANTS' ROW,
Iron and Lead Pipe, Portable and Stationary En.
glncs; Rotary Steam, Force and cistern Pumps:
Leather and Rubber ileltlng; Rubber Hosound
Packing; Rubber Overcoats, (lloves and Mit
tens ; steam and Water (lauges ; Water, Steam
and (las Fittings, and Fixtures, all kinds j Flax
and Soapstono Packing; Cotton Waste, Plumb
STEAM, WATER AND OAS FITTING
Done at short notice, ami at prices adapted to
tho times ,
Rutland, May 1,1813 myldcm
pLUMIUNG AND OAS FITTING.
COPPEIt AND SHEET IRON WORK.
llavliiL' leased rooms No. 15. Merchants' Row,
inKinrnwithil.it. Dver. I am prepared to do
all work In my lino In a workmanlike manner
at reasonable rates.
PLUMllINri AND OAS FITTINd dOODS
supplied at the lowest ratos.
H A T I K V ACTION ! U A It A N T E K 1)
I7r Orders by mall promptly attended to.
S. 1). JENNIES,
Rutland, May . 13
r10 PRINTERS AND PU11L1SHER9.
The GLOUIi Paper Co., having duplicates of
tho following articles oner mem for sale at low
Steam Engine, suitable for running presics,
1 loo Card Press,
Smith Hand Press..
Irou Frame Paper Cutter,
Two Rule Mlterlng .Machines,
Two ralrs News Chases,
Two Bets Column Rules,
And numerous other articles used In a Printing
QTEAM STONE CUTTER COMPANY,
.Bole proprietors and manufacturers of tho
STONE CHANNELING OH QUARRYING MA
For cutting stono Into various sizes and'dl
IK ALL KINDS OF QUARRIES,
orrici and iaon,
, JOHN W. CHARITON, Pros't.
' ' OKOROK K. HOYCE. Treas.
( IAHI.KS I'LAKi. BBC'V.
OEO. J, WAitutYCLi., nvpw,
WANTED. Wholesale Purchasing
Agents for the Uartram Sewing Machine
made at Danbury, Conn. Tuo latest and best.
The stillest, fastest and easiest lockstitch, Belt
selling', straight needle machine In the market,
llctter terms than any company Address,
JOHN A. DODGE, oeneral Agent, Uanbury. Ct.
WANTED. All ",e'1 wishing to make
V T money to scnil for a pamphlet contain
ing Instructions, &c , which ever body should
know. J. C.TII.TON, I'lmurnu, fa.
W" ANT E D
Two active and energetic
LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS
to solicit for one of the oldest and best Life
IN HIM COUNTRY.
Commission or Salary will bo paid as can be
Till! MOT TEIililTOliY IN THE STATU
can bo secured to responsible men.
Address, with reference,
IiOX 11)5, ltutland, Vt.
Aug. t3. 1973. dlw
"jy E E K H & 11 A R 11 E It
AT NO. 1, OPERA HOUSE IILOCK,
Keep a full assortment of the following
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
FRENCH CHINA WARE,
TA11LE (1 LASS. WARE,
SILVER PLATED WARE,
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
TASSELS AND CORDS,
LAMPS AND LANTERS,
Wholesale and Retail,
LAMP CHIMNEYS and UURNERS,
Wholesale and Retail.
MATTHASSES and LOUNGES, and
tnayldlf DONE TO ORDER.
LORE I'AI'ER COMPANY.
PUBLISHERS PRINTERS, STATIONER
VLAXK HOOK MASUFACTUllKIW,
ItaMug purchased tho Wliolesalo Paper and
Stationery business of 11. A. Sawyer, and tho
Tinting business of Jas. K, Me Lean, wllh tho
addition of a complete Rook-lllndcry, they have
consolidated tho whole Into one business, nnd
moved tho samo Into tho new and commodious
Globe llulldlng," erected especially for tho
use of tho Company.
Willi one of the most complete Printing Dc
partineuLs of any establishment lu tho State,
under tho supervision of one of tho best practical
printers In tho country, thej are prepared to do
nil kinds of plain and ornamental work In tho
most approved manner and on short notice.
Our Jobbing Department will comprise full
lines of Writing Tapers both folded find Hat,
Envelopes, (Nole, Letter and Ofllclal,) Plank
Hooks of every description, School IlookR,
Slates, Pens, Pencils, Inks, Law Ill.mks, Cut'
lery, Wrapping Papers of all kinds, Paper Hags,
Flour Sacks, Twines and Cordage, Wooden
Ware, Matches, Ilruslics, Jllacklng, llluelng,
Ac, Ix. This Department will be found well
stocked and worthy the attention of close buy
Tho lllndery will be under tho charge of one
of the most thorough workmen to bo found lu
the State, and all work will bo executed In the
best st le and with dispatch.
With men oflong experlcnco In charge, nnd
with extensive facilities for conducting their
business In Its several departments, they pre-
sent one of tho most complete, establishments
of tho kind to bo found outsldo the cities, nnd
solicit the patronage of tho Public, feeling con
lldent that they can Insure the wants or all
upon tho most favorable terms.
(IL011E PAPER co.
mAGK. Wu lmvo now In stock nil assort'
X ini'iit of Dennlson'a Patent Direction
Labels and Merchandise Tags, which, wo will
sell at manufacturer's prices.
Wo have also a good stock of " Phillip's Sc.
curlty Hook-Tags," a very convenient and scr
vlcenblo article for merchants. Among Its ad
vantages arc: Goods can bo more readily mark'
cd than by any other means; tho tag Is so se
curely locked that It cannot become detached
from tho goods; nochancoot tho tag becoming
detached from the hook; no points projecting
to tear other goods or your lingers. They are
safe, strong and cheap. Call and examine
them. GI.OIJK papkh co,
TUt. CARLE'S WATER PROOF
Oil, It LA 0 KIN a ,
HAItNESSES, cahriaoe tops,
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
Fits Uarnessos perfectly and provenU crack.
Ing. Does not fry out or gum the surface.
Softens and preserves the leather. Excludes
the water. Excellent for boots, Bhoes, 40
WOtvos universal satisfaction. Manufac
myicdfiirtl N. C. MARCH, Mlddlebury,
tovcis mut Sin Ware.
JQUNN & CRAMTON,
Manufacturers of all kinds of
and dealers In
LANISIIED. DRITANNIA. JAPAN. OLAS3
AND WOODEN WARES
of every description.
BROOMS, I1I1USHES AND 11ASKIJTS.
and a general assortment of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Special faclllllns for Jobbing nil kind-, of
TIN AND GLASS WARE.
WA1I kinds of n hitch taken In exchange for
NO. 14 MERCHANTS' ROW.
Rutland, Vt., May 1, 173. uiynitf
E M O V A L
S. (I. Staler, of the l.ile linn of Stnlcy Llp-
plncott, has removed his business from No. 3i
venierni., 10 ,u. is .uruiiaiun ...,..'
has foimed a Copartnership wllh Mossis. Dunn
V cramtou, under the llrm name of s. (I. fin ley
.fiVi 11,. ulll lie ule.ised to see nil oflllSOld
customers, and as man new ones ns w 111 luvor
nun wiiii a eau
G . S T A L E Y A; (.' O . ,
No. VI, Mkiiuhsts'Row,
STOVES AND HOT AIR FURNACES.
Ti.r. tfwnt nmi New Aineilcan Cooklntr
stoves, for both wood nnd eoal, constantly on
hand. Manufacturers of and dealers In
(COPPER. TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE.
P L U M 1! 1 N (.
ii all Us branches," Hath Tub, Water closets
uns ana w aiei ripini;, uuu i inniusui
TIN ROOFING AND .ItUilHNG
of alt kinds promptly intended to. None but
skillful nndiell.iblu woil.men employed.
au, woni; ir.i;:(.i.77.7i.;
IIEMkHIIElI, 'I IlOOiH .V0KTII OK TUB OI'MIA 1IOIVE
g t o v i: s .
CEI.EI'.l'ATED FARMERS' AND MECHANICS'
0 0 O K S T O V E S ,
WITH EI.EVRA'l ED OVENS,
are now being mado at thn
PITTS PO 11 1) r 17 It N A O E ,
Also fo.lr sles of
;' i. u r ; n n o x s r o v v: ,s .
These Stoics, belli" made of Urn I'lltsford
Chaicoal Iron, will out last any other Moves
...nn n.wt ,t III I... int.l ou In,.' nu atnl'l. in'llln
of hard eoa Iron. Apply to.
nug2Jil3iu PiTTSinnn. Vt
jAR.M FOR SALE.
Tho subset lbcrs olTer for sale their farm, sit'
lint, ..1 nlmil, , ivii ...II..O rnn.i tin. ..lllniri. It lli.l.
lows Falls, on Ihu Chester road, woTl known
as i no
JOHN CLARK FARM,
Containing about three hundred and fifty acres
oiiuim; im uweiuug nouses, inrcu narns unit
iwo leniui nouses, near me rauroau iraeK.
The tenant houses nro now. Tho largo farm
nousu nas ueeu inorouir mv icnaireii nun naini-
ed. with new nlazn lu frnutniid end. new Iront
ienee, an in inn most suosianuai unu lasieiiu
manner, making It a desirable lesldeuce.
Nearlylhiee-fourlhsof a inllouf newwaterplno
from u never-falling founlaln supplies all the
OVER TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
has been exnended within tho past two scars
on buildings nnd fences, besides tho tenant
nouses. '1 lie i.inii is niuipieci 10 uio raising oi
all kinds of crops. Some tlfty acres nro well
adapted fur tobacco. Tho laud Is now under u
good slato of cultivation, by having been'fed
out u largo amount of hnyund gralH the past
..... ... Iil In. I....... l..-..iiplil .... (I...
place, uesiues utai which uiu lann lias pro
duceii, Tho eastern Unu Is the Connecticut
river and tho farm laying westeily, divided Into
pasture and tillage land, with a Hulllclent hti-
iy oi voou lor ihu iieiHiu. nimuieu so near
in vi intro rn iii:ii,h r 1111a u tiiijiuu uiuiiiii;
int rniiiiiii' limn nnv nlaee within the Stute.
nnd with its unlimited water porter, which Is
fast being imprnveu, musi. coiiunuo in iiicrcitse
In a still larger proiwrtlon In the future makes
It lho most desirable farm in tiieso parts. Pos
session given Immediately, except the mill
yam, ami mat in one .veur. impure oi mesuo
Kcrlbers on the irenilscs; or Joseph Wilson
llrm of J, Wilson K Co., near lho dejiot; or Wil
tier 0. uupKius, uv vv esv iiuiieii, v i.
WILDER ft HOPKINS.
Ilellows Falls, May 1, 1S73. myl-dtf
GEORGE C. NEWMAN,
REAL ESTATE 11 R O IC E It
onlco : Derby's Illock, 2d Floor Front.
First class Milage and farm properly for sale
aim to let. Money to loan on noies, mui iguges.
nro policies, nnu oilier approveu securiues.
OASTURE LAND IN PITTSFORI)
A For salo or rent. Ono hundred nnd twenty
live acres of lino PASTURE land located ono and
one-halt miles from Pit tsford Village. Address
or coll on E. P. HITCHCOCK, under National
lianu 01 Jiuiianu, jiuuami, v i. juaj in
rniT u Tl..n.... llAnAllD ...n.l.. t..
mj JA jl uo."-; i.,,n n i liiviih, iiimiu in
X the United statos, aro much superior to
1UUVID, U,W DUIII ,.1. .UI.W, f'..vh-u. J
GIXHIE PAPER CO.
BRICK. I lmvo five hundred thousand
eood hard burned merchantable brick on
hand und for salo on reasonablo terms. Please
call and examine, W arranted to give natisrac'
lion. WM. M, FIBLD,
Rutland, Ausru3t 1, 1570. augldit
(Srom'its anil gvovisloms.
J & T. CAD EN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED FRUITS, PICKLES, Ac,
OLAS3, EARTHEN WAltEJ
AND FANCY GOODS.
Also, Dealers In
DRY GOODS, SHAWLS, DRESS GOODS,
HOSIERY, OLOVKS, AC, SC. Jfl
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Constantly on hand.
AGENTS FOR MAIL STEAMERS TO AND
83J-DRA1TS FOR ANY AMOUNT ON THE
HANKS OF ENGLAND, IRELAND. SCOTLANO
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN NTS.
y E T E R II U N T i: R ' Sr ,
M A I N S T R E E T ,
Ij tho place to buy
SUGARS, TEAS, COFFEES, MUTTER, CHEESE,
FISH, of all kinds, ORANGES, LEMONS,
FIGS, CANNED FRUITS,
:it lower prices llian any other plaroln limn,
Tiy II and be convinced.
MAIN STREET, (Easl side.)
Q. 1! E E R T U R N E I!
mm Ait nuFixixa co.ui'Axr,
-i) WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Offer for salo all tho various trades of Refined
Sugar of Superior (Jualtty at the Low est Market
Prices. A superior quality of White sugar for
Confectioners use. Also,
ST AN I ) A It D GRANULATED,
WHITE COFFEE A,
COFFEE EXTRA C,
;AihI the lower grndesof
v k I. i. o tr .s ir a a it .
Oiilt is lo Im addressed to our olllce In New
Yoik, 70 Wall Slrcel, Cor. Pearl.
P.n lies ordering 10 barrels can li.ivn them as-
Teiims Tidily davs, or Cash In 7 daji', less
per cent. discount.
E. G. IIAXTEIi,
J? U L T O ?v .M A R IC if'!',
DIINTON & IIAYWAKD
All kinds of HJeats, Fish, Vcgelables and
'lulls In lliclr season.
Klngsley A' Spi ague's Illock, Merclianls' Row.
18 0 7. 1 H 7 II ,
O L I) R 12 I) S T O R E .
(lltOOKUIlM AND VltOVlSmXS,
CHEAP FOR CASH,
WHAT 1 KNOW A ROUT TIIE.M!
Tho erot) Is short und vou will have lo htliry
up or loose them,
I am receiving them In largo lots dally.
COMR(UIOK! AT NOON I
Melons, Apples, Pears, Tomaloes, Cabbages,
tie, fresh dally, nttho
OLD RED STORE.
Merchants' Row, Rutland, VI. Augisdlm
i LOSING OUT SALE
NO. 83, MERCHANTS' ROW.
I am not going to Colorado.
1 MEAN 11US1NESS.
1 11m. of fair tea, for 41.00.
it lbs. of Oolong lea, DO cents.
R His. of Hyson tea, 00 centp.
'A lbs. of Young Hyson tea, tjl.00.
Other tens, !M, 40, fiO, 00, 70, SO, 1,00,
1.10, 1,20, per lb.
Any ono buying Ilvo pounds, for cash, of tlio
teas sold for one dollar und upward, will re
ceive ntty cents deduction. All other goods In
J. E. Ol.YNN.
Rutland, Sept. etli. isis. mm
II. W. MARSHALL'S.
HOOTS AND SHOES
I T ,
WITHOUT REGARD TO COST,
1 7 .
TO MAKE ROOM.
4 7 .
THE STOCK WILL HE SOLD AT
As I nm bound to
! 1, O ,9 A I T 0 tr T
, PRliViftiiS TO OOTOllEK Urn.
' 'iff '
T . O . II U 11 11 A R I) ,
1 7 .
rilEAS, from B0 rents to 1.7.); nlso fresh
J. Ground ( OFFEE, nt
11. W. MARSHALL'S
inr.yldA"wl Comer ot Grove and West Sts
HATTY'S X A 11 OH PICKLES,
Crosse .t lllackwell's Pickles, llalford's
Worcestershire Sauce, Nabob Sauce, in fact
nearly all kinds ot English Pickles can be found
at 11 W MARSHALL'S
"PRUNELLAS, PRUNES, CHERRIES,
JL Peaches, Illockberrles, Raspberrlcs,Pluins
Huckleberries. Also all kinds of fruits lu cans,
r.irsaloal II. W. MARSHALL,
I utyldA-vvly Grov e street, Rutland, Vt.
I 71 LIC HORN ii MAGNOLIA FLOUR
2J cry choice, for sale at
mayliKtwly II. W. MARSHALL
JUTLAND MARRLE COMPANY,
WHOLESALE IKAI.Ki:S IS
It LOCK oV SAWED MARRLE
ijl'AlMMK.S AND MIU.S,
.1. N IIAXTEII, Supt. WEST RUTLAND, Vt
All the grades of Rutland Marble, In the
shape of slabs or various thicknesses reipilrvd
for Furniture. Mantel, and Decorative Work, as
well as Cemetery uses; al-o cubic Stock for
.Mouuineniai ami liiiiiiitug purios"s, liiciuiuug
liases, Snips, and Post", may be found on our
ard m all tluies.
Our extensive arrangements fur tlio produc
tion of Matblc. In tlio wuv of Oiiurrvlmr .Ma
chinery, nnd Mills comprising tlilrl-trto gangs
ot sans, place tit lu pusltlou to supply the
wants of the '1 radc. Wholesale ninl Retail
Dealers, Hulldcrs, Furniture-Men, anil gen
eral Mauuf.iclurers will llml It to their luteiest
to favor us wllh their orders.
RUTLAND MAIIISLE CO.
I! A XT E It NATIONAL RANK,
II, Hkniiv iuxir.il,
II. F. I.OTII1IOI',
1. N. IIAXTEII,
T. W. P.VKK,
GEO, I). ItOVCK,
GEIIIIIIE It. liOTTfM,
.1. W. ClUMTIIH,
N, T. HCHAOCK, .III.
W, C. Dl'NTOK,
W. ('. LVNIION.
Made nnd remitted for nt Lowest Rales.
INTKllEsT AU.OWEII OS HUE IIKI'OSITS.
A general Hanking and Exchange business
n, Heniiv Haxteh, Preat, J, .V, Haxtek, V, Prest,
GEor.nE R. ilouuvf, Caslilor.
1! R O K E R ,
II ;fO.I HTRUKT, .vmr roitK.
Slocks, Governments and Gold bought and sold
r Interest allowed on deposits, may W.llf
l .1. LOOP,
Wliolesalo dealer In
CALIFORNIA WINES AND 1IHANDY
imi'Oiitek'anu wiioiesaie niMi.tn
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
Tho attention of Town Agents, Physicians
and Druggists Is especially called to our wines,
ns they aro unsurpassed fur medical purposes,
coming from ono ot tho oldest vineyards In
California, All goods guaranteed pure nnd sat'
Isfaclory, or lo bo returned nt my expense.
Jo ! r i o e ,
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN, 8TS
(Lnudon & Duntoon's Jllnck,)
Rutland, yt. mlltf
MUGS. Wo sell Dennlson'8 Tags tn
.L Pilnters and Btatloners at Deuulsou's
lowest wholesale prices.
OLOIIE PAPEH CO,
JEW GOODS 1 NEW GOODS 1 1
RATES' HOUSE CORNER STORE,
For Fall and Winter wear.
MENS' HOYS' and CHILDREN'S' SUITS,
All stiles nnd prices.
BLUE, 11LACK A' 11ROWN
SILVER AND CASTOR
All sizes and stjles.
HATS AN I) CAPS
Of every description.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
LADIES' AND GENTS' TRAVELING DAGS.
ttf Savo ntonev bv buvlnz goods at tho
Hates' House Corner store, 41 Merchants' Row,
corner Center street.
UAW .VASON A" JERKOWSKI.
C L O T II I N G
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
O V E R O O A T S ,
All grades for Mens' and Hoys' wear.
Fine Illiio mid Olive
It E A V E U S U I T S .
DIAGONAL SUITS ALL STYLES.
FANCY CASSIMERE SUFIS
Of every description.
GOOdS SllOW II Witll Titeasurn finil cntil nt nrlp,.
II, nt .!.. n...i,i:. ,..v.
A. O. CUNNINGHAM,
No. f Centek St., Opposite the Depot.
Watcnrs ami ?!cwclrij.
11 A I L E Y i: P A R M E N T IvR S
S I L V E R S M I T II S.
Wo have the lamest and best assortment ot
w in cues ever oueieil in lius uiarhei.
In large suimly. embracing every variety o
slle dc-ilrable for Ijidles'or (lenllemeiis' vienr.
.1 E W E L R Y ,
In itch abundance, and more coming,
SII.VEIl 1'I.ATKll AMI STKEU toll TVIII.E t'sK.
Our stuck Is large, and wo sell (it lowpilccs.
S I . V E R G O O I) S .
ILV'IJK WI'IIO-Vs OF lint OWN MANt'l AOl niti:.
ROGERS' IIROTHERS 1L,TKD FORKS
Tea Sets, Castors, Ap all thu bc-t.
S P E U T A (i I. E S
To lit thoso who cannot see well.
A new thing without frames. Very desirable.
Call and see for ourselves at
11AILEY AND PARMENTER6',
11 MehC1NT' how,
$Ullina'i! ami anry 05ootljs,
Alt ROWS A MITCHELL
(Successor:! tu Fntscii HviiMmu.
PROSPECTUS FOR 18T3.
As wo have worn no disguises In tho past,;vvo
joine with no promise of u new sensation. Wo
shall offer you no cunningly devised fables lo
tickle your fancy, nor take a fresh depiutiiru In
unbeaten paths to relieve lho monotony of
truth-telling. For nearly Fifteen Years vv c hav o
held to thu same principles, and we Ibid them
all unworn by the lapse of time,
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
All orders entrusted ta our carojwlll bo
1'IIOMI'TIA- ASD VAMiFUI.l.r VILUilK
HARROWS & MITCHELL,
' NO. SI MERCHANTS' ROW,
BOOIC-BINDINGWearo now ready
to receive orders for all kinds of work.
MLOUK PAl'KK CO.
pfjotclis ami giuinrj glooms.
g A 11 1) W 12 L L II O U S E ,
.. H'. PUAMTON, Vroprittw.
The IIARDWEt.L HOUSE Is lnenleit inrir,tlr.
the Depot, anil has long been favorably known
to the traveling public. It has been recently
Improved, now nirordlng the bost ami most
amplo accommodation to guests.
The TAIILE will be supplied with all the
luxuries of the Season, nnd every attention will
be paid to tho comfort of Its patrons.
In the future, us In tho past, the Propiletorln
tends to make it n ilrst-class House affording
all the comforts of a home to the traveler. T lie
public patronage Is solicited.
A GOOD LIVERY In connection with the
Attentive PORTERS will bo found at the De
pot on the arrival of all trains.
QEX T R A L IIOUS E ,
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
HOARD by the Day, Week or Month.
NEWLY FURNISHED RCO.MS
L O W It A T E S .
Served lu every style and for sale In! large or
J. A. SALSIIURY,
Sept. 3, ls73.
JAKE DUNMORE HOUSE,
E. P. HITCHCOCK, Piioi'inuroi:.
J. W. POUTER. Mvnvoeii.
This well known aiidpular Hotel, situated
on the shores of Lake Dunmore, has been re
cently put In thorough repair. Several new
Cottages have been built and newly furnished,
and will be opened Juno 1st, for the reception of
boarders and tourists. mn2Siltf
JKW DINING HAM,,
. .1 it 1 1: ,s- .i A" i a i! .v i' , .v k .v
.1. W. FISHER,
((juluii'M block,) oitomiii i i: Demit,
tr- Warm Meals at all hours. Polite and
attentive waiters in attendance.
Fresh Ojsters received dally, anil sold by tho
gallon, uuatt or pint.
"JTNOCH MORGAN'S SONS'
S A P O L 1 O
Is a sillMllule for Soap for all Household p'ir
jiosei, except w ashing clothes.
S A 1' OLIO
for Cleaning j our House will save the laborer
one cleaner, (live It n trl.tl
S A P O L 1 O
lor Windows Is belter tliiiu Whllliig or Water.
No removing curtains mnl carpi t.
S A P O L I O
cleans Paint nnd Wood, In Met the entire hciise
better than soap. No slopping, saves labor.
You can't alford lo be without It.
S A V O 1, I 0
for bcotiiing Knives is U-tter and clianer than
ti.ct li llilck. Will not scratch.
S A P O L I O
Is better than Soap und Sand for iKlishli.gTln'
ware, brightens wllhout scratching.
S A P O I. I O
Polishes Hiass and Copper utensils belter than
.vein or (Ml uuu Knueu nionc.
S A P O L I O
tor Washing Dishes and Glassware Is ltivnlu
able. Cheaper than Soup.
S A V O L I 0
removes stains from Marble .Mantles. Tables
and Mutuary, from Hardlliitxhcd Walls, and
lioia nulla uiui i orueiiini.
S A P O L I O
removes stains and Grcaso from CaipcU and
uiuer woven laouc.-.
There Is no one article known Hut will do so
many kiiutsot vvoik, ami do i as well, tiss.i.
liollo. Thy It.
HAND S A P O L 1 O
a new and wonderfully effective
Toilet So.ip, lia llignociilt.il In I Ills
couiiii or auroau.
HAND S A P OLIO
ns un art Icle for t he lljl h, "reaches
the foundation " of all dirt, opens
uio IKires unu gnes a iieaiin.v ac
Hon and brilliant tlnl to tlio skin.
HAND S A P O L I O
Cleanses anil lleaulltles thnskln.
Instantly removing niiy slain or
blemish from both hands and face.
HAND S A P OLIO
Is without a rival In tho world for
curing or preventing roughness
and chapping or cither hands or
A P O L I O
removes Tar, Pitch, Iron or Ink
Stains and Greaso; for wuikcrti In
Muchlnu Shoiw, .Mines, Ac, Is In
valuable. For making Hid Skin
White nnd Sott, nnd giving tu It a
"bloom of beauty," It Is unsur
passed by any cosuiello known.
HAND ' JR A P O L I O
costs 10 to 15 cents per enke, nnd
mcrvbody should bale It, You
will like ft,
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THESE GOODS.
lluyltof your merchant If ho has It or will
procure It lor you, ltuot, then wrlttftor our
Pamphlet, " All about Sajiollo," and It will bo
' " ' "E.N06H MOTtdAN'S BONH,
aiyriJiwSui o Park Place, New York.
hc guttnml gmty 0tok.
WEDNESDAY, OCTORER 1, 187.1.
The Duplex Ticket. It Is reported
that after tho Introduction of the duplex
ticket system on tho Rensselaer nnd Sara
toga railroad tne of tho conductors was de
tected swindling the company, even with tlio
duplex. For Instance, nys the Troy Timet,
a passenger going from Albany to Colioes
would pay his fare nnd lho conductor would
punch tho duplex, hut Instead of punching
it for a trip to Cohoes punched it to Men
and's nnd pocketed tho balance. The way
lho conductor was detected was as follows t
"Spotters" were put on his train, and a
tally of each man that got out to Mcnand's
and cacli one tli.it went to Cohoes was kejit.
Compiring this with his receipts the fraud
Drilling About lho Ntnlr.
Tlio Masonic fraternity of llurllngtnn
have sold their property on the vot side of
City I'.irk to Horace Wheeler for 7,000,
Mr. Wheeler taking possession on lho flrt
of May next. This event will doubtless
lead to thu erection ofu Maoni-' Temple
in this city, at an early day.
Ex-Mayor P. D. llalloil has sold his
bookstore to Henry 11. D.ivl". Mr. llallou
goes to Omaha, Nebraska, to give attention
to business interests.
Miss Florinil.i E. Williams one of the
most succcful teachers In the llurlington
Schools goes lo Indianapolis, Indiana, nt n
larger saliry. Miss Stella L. Thomas of
Morrisvllle takes her place.
Dr. S. W. Tlmyer, of llurlington, recent
ly riliirned from along sojourn in Minneso
ta, was serenaded by Post Stannard, G. A.
It., with tho Queen City Hand, of Hint eiiy,
recently. Of course "lie invited them iii,
and inndu tlicni all feel at home.
Elxrlicineut nt niontpcllcr
The grand jury of the Washington County
Court are now in session, nnd are very buy
investigating violations of the liquor law.
About a hundred witnesses were sumniom d
from the capital during hist week, to testify
ns to where thev procured their matutinal
eock-tnlls. noon nips nnd evening night-cap'.
The list included gentlemen of nllclas es
of society both "great and smay and the
result was a loathing on their part for Mont
peller and Its generally interesting attrac
tions. J he Central Vermont Itallroad pro
fited much by tlie disposal of excursion tick
ets, nud a large majority of the summoned
are now stopping with the landlords of most
of the "brandy and watering places" in this
section. The grand jury, however, act veiy
mean ; they adjourned over on Friday until
Monday, hoping to cntch sonio of these
frightened gentlemen who may come homo
disgusted nt tho size of their hotel hills to
go to church with their wives nnd children.
llurlington Free J'ress.
In a Nashvlllo court recently a young
woman took 510 worth of swearing at CO
cents n swear.
A woman horse thief named Nancy Hill
was recently hanged by a mob near Mon
A couple of young and pretty Cleveland
girls aro'footlng it up the St. Lawrence,
carrying only satchels.
Female candidates for Superin'endent of
Schools nre so numerous In the Western
States that there are not schools enough to
Tlio IIomkiV Journal nnnounces that a
'Wo'klng-woiiu n's Mutual lloncflt Asso
ciation" is soon to be organised at llostou,
with objects similar to those of the Masons
and Odd Fellows.
Among the appointments to tho Connect
lent State Hoard of Charities pursuant to
an net of the last Legislature aru Miss Lucy
Alsop, of Middletovvn, and Mrs. Marictte
The Salt Lake VVi'iuiie mentions thoe.tsc
of a Mormon bishop's wife, who having lost
her charms has been turned out to sliitt for
herself, now getting her living by doing
The costs of the recent lawsuit to eslah
lisli the claims of women to medic. il educa
tion nt Edinburgh University amount to
Sl,'-Ml, nnd the lady students were obliged
to pay the amount.
The first female school trustee elected in
New .leri-e" under tlio law passed by the
Legislature last winter is Miss Annie Scho
Held, wlio has been unnnlmnutly chosen in
Monroe District, in .Morris county.
A Memphis paper states that during a flro
in that e'.ly the other day a woman carried
a barrel of flour down stairs vvithout burst
ing n hoop. In ordinary times it exhausts
her to strike her husband twice with the
The power of love receives a frcsli and
striking illustration in the case of the Mil
waukee girl v bo knocked her lover heels
overhead down a flight of stairs because ho
wanted to slop l:lslng long enough to get a
good long brenlli.
Miss liclle Innls Ins colored the Ohio
Agricultural ColL'ge, and will lie the iinlv
young lady student in the Institution. It I
safe to say that in less than a month every
one of the 100 male students of thai co'
lego will he madly in love witll the Hollo.
An Iowa paper says that last year Matil
da Fletcher did cll'ccllve work as a pi lilieal
speaker. And now Julia Garrctson is Ink
ing the lead among the grange orators. She
speaks from the same platform witli tile
Master of lho National (liange, and is very
HOW TO LIGHTEN WOMAN'S l.AliOH,
If "lime Is money," then ever) thing that
tends lu facilitate labor Is a positive pecunin-y
benefit to mankind. The bct senilis nui nine
or churn Is not a "good btroug woman," ns ex
perience proves, so S.i)H,IKi, In eiinbllcg one
woman to easllv du us lnucli i leaning of eveij
kind In one ill) us Ivio women urn do, lu tun
days with Hie scrubbing biusli and soap. Is a
positive blessing to I lie human race. No vv -man
who has once Used It will ever use an
thing elseus a substitute, sold by all dealer ,
The chuipi'st ns well as best cleansing sul
stance In the world.
.Igeuls tor lilt.; ;lolu
II. L. Slllsou. IlennlngUin,
II. P. Morgan, Wiilllnginrd.
Herbert Smith, Factory Point,
II. S. Hard, Aillngtoii.
M. 11. Kelley, Souih Wnllln-r ord.
c. c. Pierce. Easl clarendon.
E. J. Carpenter, lirattleboio,
dlLbs.t Co., lirnndoii,
Dennlson brothers, Plttsford.
W. SI. Day, Mlddlelnirj.
Hums Holt, Plltslleld.
J. D. Culver, llvdevllle.
T. K. Hoi ton, Clarendon.
D. P. PoalMdy. l'ltbsford.
Allien .t Co., Mlddlebury.
11. E. npencer, Sutherhu d Falls,
J, N. Haskell, V'alrhaven,
A. I. Kellogg, c.vstlelon.
C. J. Glliuoie, West Rutland.
U Johnson, WeslPuwlel.
W.S. ll.issctU Middletovvn.
James Rice, Pavvlct,
H F. Parmenier, Mcchan!csvlllo.
1), llorlon, Mount Holly,
W. W. lllbbaiil, Poiillmy.
P. Iloltnn, Dauby 4 1'orj.crs.
William Pierce, linnby
II. A. Cartel', llcnsull.
W. II. Hull, Wells.
O. V. Woods Ilellows Falls.
P. II. Robblns, Chester.
E. H Allen, East WiUIti gford
-Sherman brothers. I.ud'ow.
Drown Clark, Chittenden
J. 1). I'unlv. ManciicUr.
S M Southard. Vei'.'euues.