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A TIUP FKO.tl ItlTTLAJfD TO
A small party of four,, two youthful
members, doll;, no lesi than fire, and a
ir til filled lunch basket i
We are among the few, who make our
ray across the country In a carriage, driving
jver the old highways, and stopping to ex
amine many an ancient landmark, placed
ty hands long since folded to rest.
Fetv people enjoy traveling) not because
uw people traTel, for this is the flge of
navel; hut because the mighty throng rush
rYora point to point with all the speed steam
tin furnish, and complain at that of the
"slow- coaches," and "one horse railroads,"
the aim being, t reneh some desired haven
lu the shortcut possible space, without
wasting time and strength on the country
they travel over.
Leaving Rutland on n certain Monday
noon, when the clouds were threatening,
wo drovo the first ten miles to Cuttings
Wile, otcr the wont road wo havo fnund,
In a hundred and fifty miles, with sorrow
wo confers It, but with the cobble stones on
that road, there might bo eroded another
Pillar" In Absalom, (or the children of
luliire generations to fllnj; stones at.
At C, the rain fell, nnd wc took shelter
hi Mr. Todd's hospitable mansion, hating
tested the merits of this Hotel, In former
A Mr, Culling .settled in thin tnllei, and
built tlio hr.tel, grist mill, nnd elmir factory
.mil so e havo Ciiltlngsville.
copperas mine In a ninuntiin near, Inn
made tlits a place of somo Importance, and
tin- wild, roin.intie scenery, has m.nle it a
tHVnrile ii'mt In Miritmor. Near by, Is
Shrewsbury Lake, where plenty of pickciol
.ire ea'iglit, and n slioit drlic tikis n to
.Sugni 1'iind, where trout aloiiud. Wc
li.ivu picked berries on these mountains' In
, em agonc, .mil hate ilrlus otcr lliene
hills, in Htiiiincr and winter. We rcmeiii
Vr the kindeft hospitable tlc received here
and like Id linger for "A'.lld Lang Syne."
Hut the Miniver Ins "gone round," and we
,jo on, realizing that wo lmll not ec the
like ugaln for mailt . day. In a journey
,.f three hundred miles, Mopping at a iWcn
hotels, we lime found no such etmiforts
and luMirio-i, w t this place, and we com
mend it to nil traveler', lor business, or
Ml. Holly ronl I. good; tustlf improied
within n month.
Ludlow has n cheerful look, mi J is a
pretty tillage, down deep in tbu valley.
We had a longing to stop a night heie, but
were In haste to roach Chester, and hur
ried on tn "Cnppenagc," as "Miss Mnrcie"
called it, w here we were informed that we
should cross the railroad track eight times,
In the first four miles, also that It was "very
uncertain," when the trains passed. It be
ing olready dark, wc niadu ourselves com
fortablo for tho night at Mr. Walker's Ho
tel. We were kept from flccp however, by
the shocking profanity cf our next door
neighbors, who made "night hideout" with
Morning found us trat cling over a beau
tiful road, on the banks of a shallow stream
called William's Branch.
This is a delightful country, all lull of
charming views, and in great variety.
Different people at C had told us that
the road to Chester was n "pretty road."
At Chester there were so many stone
housed, that ono of our little travelers
called out, Stone Houso Vails, at a little
waterfall we passed.
Between llartonsvlllo nnd liuckingliain,
we found a pleasant grove, and stopped to
enjoy it. Not long however, for ivy flour
ished there, and a tyrannical yellow jacket,
disputed our possessions of the field.
At Ilocklngham wo were moved to climb
tho steepest hill, to go in at the open door
of an old church, which looked like a relic
of other days.
The old squaro pews were there, and we
worked the rounds till they "squeaked,"
and slammed the seats to mako it seem like
old times. Tho sounding board was in its
place i and tho thought of the venerable
pastor with his Mock gathered before him,
and tho simple sincere worship of those
Wc searched for n record in the old lil
blc, but found it in u modern hymn book,
to this effect. The church had been ten
years h building, and was completed in
A programme of the dedicatory exer
cises was given, wherein Itetscy Jackson
was mentioned for u solo; a quartette per
forming the further praises of the occasion!
This was more than wo hoped for, an
cient indeed, Wo descended that hill with
caution having u suspicion that young
America was lurking around and left ltnck
Ingham wiser if not better.
Tobacco Is largely cultivated in this sec
tion, as we near the Connecticut, and
Srows luxuriantly in the rich soil on l.oth
sides of (lie liver.
The harvest hasnheady begun, and loads
..f the weed carefully laid hi rows, and car
i if d like precious and dcllcato plants are
being taken to the dry house.
The people hecin to have no temple, in
devoting their lar.d tn this tile product.
There can be no finer river scenery, than
this along tho Connecticut. We exclaim at
the beauty, with eyes nnd hearts full, and
us we approach Bellows Tails, thero Is for
h half tulle, tho most enchanting tlew our
eyes ever rested upon ; whero river valley
and mountains, are perfect. Wo lingered
here, and "took no note of time." thank'ul
for tho fcatt spread for Mn-burdcnert chil
dren of earth, who will stop to partake.
"Kye hath not seen nor car, heard" &c.
We believe In this, and have n moro genu
ino appreciation of tho past-age, from this
time forth. Wo almost wish our bouse
could be at Bellows Falls; the place itself
is very pleasant, and tho surroundings so
We crossed tho river regretfully; no
mora such view for n twelvemonth. Wo
shout Vermont forever, and wend our way
alongside the beautiful river, "bearing'
with us, "a new possession."
"For the memory of all beauteous tilings,
Over Uu-tr tracks of strultcn'd duties,
Many a waft of balmy fYajjranco brings."
Walpole Is our next town, a beautiful
little place, where wo are again timpted to
remain, but wo can easily accomplish n few
miles more, and keep on to Westmoreland,
where they are literally founded upon a
rock, but havo no thought of entertaining
strangers, and we aro obliged to proceed to
A little traveler thocght it was dweery
traveling at night, for It was dark befot6
wo reached our destination.
Wc were well entertained. Our landlord
styled us "a family of comfort," when ho
assisted In repacking our carryalc, as we
resumed our Journey.
Among the wonders, of this neighborhood
Is Spaffard Lake, a beautiful, clear sheet
of water, on the Tery top of a hill about one
hundred feet above South 'Westmoreland.
We turned asido to visit this little lake,
hemmed In by woods and pleasant groves,
vrlth tables and seats to inviting and sug
gestive, and "my tempting," some of us
It vraj too early la the dy for a picnic,
after our hearty breakfast, though we had
climbed the bill slowly, and stopped to
gather flowers, and tea the red squirrels
gather their harvest of butternuts. These
little creatures were very critical too, In
their selections, only hoarding the very
choicest. There Is a large hotel here on
the lake shore , and this is a noted resort
for pleasure seekers In this vicinity.
Tho drive from Chesterfield to Factory
village was somewhat hilly. Wo saw anoth
er pretty pond, and "Miss Mnrcie," named
it 1'ern pond, from tills we descended to
n low level plain, nnd were In Keone, not
yet a city, but hoping soon to be.
Keeno Is a beautiful place, with broad
streets and plenty of shade, and surrounded
by distant hill". Tlie main direct is one
hundred and Iwcnly feet wide. Among the
public buildings, we noticed a fine stone
church. The windows stained and decora
ted, to admit the "dim, religious light,"
were adorned with figures, the outlines be
ing distinctly ccn on the outside. Little
traveler No. 1, called out for u to "look
nt the Chinese In thine windows."
Marlboro is the wc;t town on our
route, n quiet village of nearly a mile in
length. We hasten to Dublin before night
fall, and reach the tery heights, In time to
see a glorious sunset, across the waters of
This is one of the viewi- to lenieinber.
Old Moundnock, towers grandly
'"Midline tlinuii.iiiit shrines,
Tlial llfl their gorgeous steepks nil around."
lust at the base lies Ibis perfect little lake,
with cultivated grounds on the nppotitc side.
A pleasant residence in this solitude, with
well kept pleasure ground reaching to the
water, and a pleasant drlte mid hdy tree
along the borders of the pond.
We have been making .tend; ascent for
a few miles, but hardly realize tho flight we
are taking, till there hurt upon us the nio-t
surprising view of mountains to the right
and left, nnd mountains right onward, and
tnllct.s beneath us. Thus hs we enter
Dublin tillage, which is to elevated that the
inhabitants ran feel no lack of bracing air.
To us however, there is a lack, and a se
tious one ton. With the glories of this scene
before us, we desire tn pause, and refresh
both body und mind, but no Inn presents it
self, and wo are compelled to continue our
journey n few miles to the next town, West
Peterborough, thence to Peterborough, be
fore we can rest for the night.
We remained at our hotel and a good
ono it was till afternoon of the following
day, by reason of a f evcrc rain storm In the
morning. This is a buy town, manufactur
ing woolen goods.
As we consult our map and ask for direc
tions, our landlord speaks of n hilly road
forthe first four miles, and then assures
us, we shall find it easy traveling, and a
descending road into Wilton. We ascend
and continue to ascend, nnd still n mountain
range rises before u, and us our road yet
lies hill-ward it slowly dawns upon us,
that wu are actually crossing that high
range. The woods over these mountains,
aro very beautiful, tilled with the fresh
laurel trees. Tho roads are fine and shady
for milos together.
We see large tracts ot worthless land,
but that is expected in this rocky country.
As we make the tour of the three Mil
tons, inainifnctiiilng villages, nnd go forth
Into the country, we here left the grandeur
of the hills behind us, nnd
"I.lfco a pageant,
One by one the mountain summits rite."
We make haste to reach Milfonl before
night, informed by various and sundry nd
vcrtUemcntP, that in M pni Ocularly on
Water street, we tcro to find remedies for
"every ill that 11c-.li in heir to," also furni
ture and nthcr articles, useful nnd orna
mental, "loo numerous to mention."
We judge M to Iki n place of ome
importance in this region, nnd by the way,
one of our travelers who has given some
attention to the po dens by the tvay-sidc,
has decided thai Dings take the lead in ad
vertisements. Wo saw in this ton n, a raccoon lied by
an open door, and he wan wildly rushing
back and forth, Mfkln;; a way of cscaK
Ho had n "(lcrcc far e," mi said "Miss Mnr
cie," who found him mi object of Interest.
Wo heard a band rehearsal, nnd i-omc ot
Mozart's choicest Btrnlus, performed lu a
stylo Indicating tii-le and culture on the
pail or the leader. They talked Butler
rather more than tie cured to hear nt the
hotel. Thtse facts uie the ino-l Interest
ins to can inline in our cxpciicnce here,
though there are other (acts taking n hold,
and lent lug a lasting impression with us.
Hern wo go from Milfonl, not intending to
spend another night at the bote.
The ttnods are quite level now, hills few
and low. Wc pass n little pond, and name
It Idly Luke, for the abundance of tthlte
lilies lying thereon. We i.top to gather
some, nnd rest from the heat nnd dust un
der tho trees. This Is near it small village
called South Men imac, ti here the tavern
I? numbered with "things that were," and
tho residents have retired to public life, as
is the caso In many a village we havn
passed within a week.
At Nusluta there Is lite and llirltt. A
host of 1)0 s and girls cijoilng a recess,
was as pleasant it sight ns ttp saw thciu
Tho road to Lowell is one of the liest,
smooth and level. We catch an occasional
glimpse of the Mcirlmnc, and slop to pic
nic in r. grove overlooking tho river. Thero
arc many plcturesquo views In this region,
but compared with the wild scenes and tho
grandeur of other parts of the state, wc
writo It tame.
We go through two villages, Tyngsboro
and Chelmsford, and reach the city of
After looking oter Ixjtt'ell irom tho
heights, nnd pronouncing It pleasuntcrthan
vo had thought and we glanced Into Bel
vidcrc, to see that It was quiet around Ocn.
Butler's residence we turned our faces
northward, and beheld black clouds and
brilliant flashes of lightning, and heard low
rumbling of thunder. We hastened to the
Willow Hotel In Drncut, and left our car
riago as tho heavy drops began to fall.
Wo rested In thin quiet retreat for the
night, and a most Inviting little houso It Is
but for tho blight that falls upon any
house Is the curse. A Butler caucus called
nway the neighboring people for tho even
Ing, and Butler delegates were elected.
We felt some trembling lest that "terrl.
bio Massachusetts law" should be abolish
ed, with Gen. Butler at the bead to "smash
things," m tbo man nt Milfonl predicted.
THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, TUUKSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1873.
The contest being oTer, we can smile at
our fears, and give them to the winds for
"Homeward once again, Ail TafiHh'd tnoun
tains, like old friend, your (aces loony a day
O'er the bowery woods shall rise before inc."
As we cease from our rambling and
" holidays and short-lived luxuries'," we
are better satisfied than before, with our
We have accomplished moie than a visit
to friends and no trifling matter that
after a dusty day In the cars, when thesun
Is so scorching that we cannot look out at
the country we nre flying over.
In driving leisurely thteo hundred miles
we have found neatly every variety of
scenery our country bossts of, leaving tho
We have passed near to some ot the
groudest mountains, and havo scon peak
after peak rlsn above ench olher in the dis
Aflcr the most toilsome ascent over
rugged hills we have been rewarded by
magnificent letv of miles, and scores of
miles in extent.
In truth wo hatesecn a wealth of beauty I
tto never dreamed of, nnd havo laid by hi
memory'; chamber, man- n picture of the
kiii mi ill n H'l .
Wo hate "iciicwed our youth, and
thoroughly learned the geography of the
country, which perhaps was more "than we
coum say ttiien wc .studied "smith. .
Wu have "brushed up our philosophy,"
and learned many new lucis In nntinal fils. j
tory, and have lound this way of study nnd
travel combines allogcthcr Ihc most do
If this mode ol linn I could lieidwatsi
convenient, nllmtiinr, of cour.se, plenty of
time, propitious wealth, and not the least
consideration, Is a heavy purse, tin: New
Kugland States would wall no loimer for
tours of exploration,
s r. n . o n o . it o
IS I lV
c ii o 1 1 r. s r t n u u o n s
rllis siuk in- oi:k
1' I! I N T .
lie. lie. He. lie.
dlnnhiims, liv; tone, liiuu.1 1'rlnu, iw., s jUJ.
Inanouud. Ilest Feather 'lleK, sac. Ladles
t ests tl.m, l.l8,v. It S5, tt.ro, n.oo.
The best of goods. All sizes.
..n.i YAltlis nkV HIIKss (lOOIis
TWKN'I'V-FIVK OK.VT. COUNTllK
and an elegant .stock ot
It I. A C K (i O ) D S .
(hrmttn HUtck ltnvtUMh nnd DornHi'iit.
In short, eterjthlni; usually found In a flr-,1
elas nry Oooifs Kstatiiishment.
IHJIST i SIIKISMAN.
sejit. s;, nre.
jrr.w goods, new rtooDs.
KINSMAN ,v ItOss
h.ite not.- in store a tKigi. uud line slock of
NEW i'AI.I. OOOIW.
Hf'CUI ill tent loll Is eulhsl in leir-t.vk of
ItlAi K AI.PACs, MOIl.tllls.
fASH M HUES AND Sll.KS,
which we are nulling at trrj lytr pi lees.
Intact, to iiuiko a loug story bliort, we think
any person wishing to purchase Dry (loods, tttll
llndlt for their I nterest to look at our stock- Ix
tWTTKMCiefi '.I 7T7fW. .
OlitOINAI. ONK PItICK STOKK.
No. 3, Merchants' Uovr,
Idly liUTL.VNl), VEItMONT.
1873. SF.1TEM IlEIt.
tt It A N II O P Ii N I N (j
A. PAHICHUUST A- Ct.'S.
We hate In sloro'thn largest assortniiMii, the
greatest variety ot both
FOltEION AMD DOMESTIC
n it y noons,
FANCY GOOD.S, NOTIONS and NOVELTIES,
of any drj- goods houso in thastatc, nnd ask tho
special altontlon of persons In pursuit of goods
Ui our Hue to our stock.
wo havo selected goods for tho early Kali
truds with great care, and havo bargains In
every department worthy the attention of per
sons from far and near. Our
Ls giving uueijualed satisfaction. Our assort.
tn Vfr ITIFIfllhnnn nl nmtn
LhlDg deslrsblo, at prices from Jl.co to ts.oo per
HllAWLS in endless variety.
ui.uvjs.-s, .in. ii.iw, i.tc, i,to, per
pair, warranted. . '
C. A. PAB1CUURST, & CO,
M MEItCIIANTS' ROW,
sepwitt nutland, VI,
JJUrtNUAM A TEMPLE'S
;TNA LNtmitANCE COMPANY,
lUJirronri nnn iNscrusoK co.,
rtrrnriiAi. nun issntAKci: co.,
itOY.U. INsTUtNCi: COMPANY,
PHIWIX I.NsI.'IIANI.'K CO., N. Y.,
HiANKUN I.NSVISAXfJK COJII-AKY,
insi'hanck co. c.r xo. ami:woa,
MT.INWl 111.11 INsl'IIAXCi: CO., '
I'IKl'.MX INS. CO., IIAIiTl'OIIIl,
NATIONAL run: 1NM I1ANC1'. CO.,
VHNSSYI.YAM t INSniANCi: 10.
'I he above strong IW or tviniunles reore
lU'ltN'llAJ! Av TKMIMii:.
Opvni House, HCTLANu;- Vl.MiMONT.
m ii i: V V. I! M O N T I, I Y E
I N S l 1! A N C E C OM 1' A N Y.
Ol nniLlNYITO.N, VI-.li.MONT.
oyyifn, rf.TK iivii.vixo, roLl.r.ui: nr..
Incorporated October Ssih, lsts.
Afv-uis January 1st, 187.1, - ai3'.),20S.:i3.
.Surplus IncludlnK capital, W 41 In assets to
each 11.00 In liabilities.
Surplus excluslte of capital, II.'Jl iu assets to
each Jl.oo In liabilities.
Etery desirable form of policy Issued nt eten
uiivs niuiuu; leiiuuie company, or lower.
KNUOWMENTH AT LITE HATES A HPK
Pile lmiwrtunt prltlleges hecuiod lu thU
form ot policy.
1st. The term may be reduced at any time bv
nd. hon-forfeitlnB on the paid-up policy plan.
3d. r.on.forfeltlni; ou the "temporary In
surance" plan for tho lull amount ot tho policy.
4th. The accrued taluo ot the policy may bo
recctt cunt any tlmo alter live payments have
sth. The deferred accumulations will bn dm
ded among the . sun It ini: policyholders at ma
turity. ALL POI.IC ILS AKHMJX.POISPKITINOrPON
Ktery policy holder will havo the beneilUof
his own Intestmonls secured to him.
send for circulars of rales nnd nlan, or call
In at the onice nnd examlnp for.tourselvns.
PATRONIZE HOME INSTITUTIONS!
HCSSKL 8. TAI'T, iTesldent.
WAP.HKS (iIBP.s, secrelary.
IJI'E AHSUIIANCK SOCIETY
No. 130 llnoAntvAY, New Yoiik,
Has lieeomn the most popular 1.1 fn lusurauco
Couipinylu the world.
Assiny over fifl.ouo'uM
New business during the year is;-.' of the Com
panies represented In ltutlnud.
.Mutual Life Vl MT 77C
Phunlt: Mutual ai.-oi tsi
Charter oak. I.'.'.'.'.'.'.',.'.'; iitemt
Metropolitan n f43
UepUbltC 11 MO 304
MaHsachusetts Mutual p UT 7so
North America 4 cjMtr,
Travelers' 4 w ws
I oeu. tnvnoitv no uin of iiki eiik.sck i
John N. Baxter,
Joel JL Haven,
Oeo. II. Botttmi,
Chailos l htlmson
John V. cramton
John A. Mieldon,
Nicholas L. Uatls.
MASOX A VAUOHN,
rrtsiK. i iiuuee,
Ner. p. .Simons,
John A. Mead, M.U.,
Col. w.O. Venrey,
Tho next Term will commence on the 4 Hi of
TKI.WIIl.tl'IIV Mil l. TA t'OIU.
This old and well known Institution U still
In successrul ojierntlon, ttlth a mil corps ut
teachers, tor pieparlng young men for coiIotc,
pr for business, and uttering unusual facilities
In Music, Ireiieh, Drawing nnd Painting, una
other accomplishments to young ladles.
STATE NOHMAI, SCHOOL.
'resi i Tuition Is offered to all who graduate,
and a thorough courso la branches required by
tho State, tiigethcr with theory and practice of
rpiIE PAI.E TEKM OP THE Him.
1 .INOTON, VT., SCHOOL
for young ladles, will oiien oa
WEDNESDAY, SElTE.MBEIt 10th.
A limited number of boarders taken Into tho
Principal's fauiUy for tho year.
For terms apply to tho Principal.
Keferencos-Prcsldeut Angell, Ann Arbor,
Mlch. j Prof. M. Petty, Burlington, vt. I Itov.J
V,:o.V0,'ljf.aler, J.'- Bmllugton, vt. Chief
Justlca Plerpolut, V rgeunes, t, : Hon. H. A
Burt, Hwauton, Vt. ' ' "' A"
ipilF, IIHYANT AND STItATTON
EsUbllslied .!. Incorporated 1871. 1'reparos
young men for Intelligent and successful work
In life, nastho best teochera, best courso of
study, and does most for Its students.
jFor Catalojue, giving full Information, ad-
auirStVcat. CaJINELL, Troy N. Y,
jANDON & 1TUNTOON,
Wboleealt and Hstdll CtaUrs to
. ' OKMKStT.
ntON, 8TEEL, XAJL9, fed., Sc., &o.
genual AASortacit A
II K I. T 1 M II, L A t! 1 H (l,
TIMOTHY, (JI.OVEIi, AND
NOVA SCOTIA I'l.A.STEl!,
lUlADLEV'S I'llOSPItATK, I
l.Dlll tl.tNCPACn'HIXO CO.'S 1-OL'llliKTrE.
t irti unk or I
(' II E A P 1' O It 0 .v S II
1! A Hit ETT'S O I, 1) S T O I! ;i
"J'jKVl G. KINGflLEY.
llt'ILDKIIV AND CAIltNKI'
Wetmoiith rinu Finishing and lUupIre: Cut
Nails, Iron, Steel, t halns, r.
. , QUAltltY MATHlllAI.s,
Sieel, Iron, picks, Amos' Shovels, Blasting Pow
der (government proof), Fuse, Large
;Drill Piles Steel Striking llara.
mers. Ilandlea. Sc.
MANII.U HOPE AND COIIDAOE.
SAW-MIL1, ClItCULAIt AND WOOD SAWS,
AND BOYNTONH LIOIITNINO
oils, Varnishes, Olue, Sand paper, Bruslics, Ac.
GLASS AND PITTY.
A splendldllnoof Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Shears and Scissors.
F U K N I T U It K .
Parlor Furniture, Center Tables, Mirrors, Ex
tension Tables, Bodsteads, Mattrasses,
Spring Beds. Bureaus and chuiru.
Manufacturer of Black Walnut, Chestnut and
1 aiuicu luamucr sets.
C A U IE T 8 .
Velvet, Brussels, Tapestry, TUreo Ply and In
grain Carpets, OU Cloths, c., 4.
COFFINS AND CASKETS.
A.NU 41KTALLIO BURIAL CASES.
h. 0. KINfWLEYU.
Hoottji, j&tnHonti'y, &c.
JJOOK8, STATIONERY &C.
"9PAULDLNO & CO.
Date a large stock of Books consutit of
Of dln"ereDt;sUes andstUs,
Packet Blblf-a and Testaments, large and small.
Prayer jjooks, Hymn Books, Devotional
Boots, and all tho popular boots
ot ths day recelted as noon
JUVKNILE BOOKS ANT3 TOY BOOKS,
Gaines. Backcatnmon Boar ds. Chess ar.dChr-r.Ur
FRENCH EN'OLISIl and
of Uie latest styles, plain nnd tinted,
tvtttti sr.vtn'i.vo dosk to nnnsn.
inks in Black, Violet, Bluo and Curmlne.
l'ens. Pen-holdera, Pencils, Slates, Pocket Books
and Vt allets. Ladles' Porte-monnales, Brack
ets, Hall Pockets, Towel Hacks, Slliip'-r
Cases, Blacklni; cases, KobICs BooV
i .suues una nneivpis, ,iewei Mtanas
ami Boxes in Carved Wood,
Match .Safes, Writing
Materials for Wa-v Plow er.s, Glass th ules, Vas.:s.
Parian Htaluiu-y, lironzo Orouns
and t awLNtcrooscopesand Views,Pliotoirriil)lis
; l.U!u!frah.s, Sleeirnfrrinlnifs
In Voltei, llollv Wood, Ae. All klndsof Ploluio
1 raining dotm (o nnler nnd In Hie liest Mvle.
1 si: w h ii i; p n t.
j K.illy and Weekly Pjiors huppllcU.
W e Invite all wishing poods In our lino to call
nnd examine our stock before purciiasini;.
SPAULDINO oV CO.,
No. 1, .Milieu tsiM' How, IMTTLANli, VT.
rjMIE E.'(;r.I.SlOH DIAllYKOU IfiTI,
u.ou: i'M'i:i: costiws v,
ill' l'LN l, VKUMONT.I
oeneral Wholesale Agents", ir
t'EHMOXr AND (NEW HAMPSHIRE,
WASHINGTON, WARREN, EMEX.J AND
CLINTON COUNTIES, N. Y.
Why lie. Trade gito to tie. EtieMur niurj tho
prefereneo over all others.
1st. It Is printed on line roso lint paix.r.
'Jd. Tiiesamo quality of paper Is used through
the entire line, giving Just ns good paper In a
chrap book as lu a high priced one.
M. It Is the best ilnlshed Dhry in me
4th. We give you irwiliirorent sljlesio select
Btli. Quite a number ot the best .selling p,n.
terns lire uiado by no other Louie.
eth. The pocket-book styles nre all arranged
to suit tho business man.
"th. Retailers want n Dlnry that is ncal, at
tractltn and saleable.
Mb. Yon win nnd fewer ot them nmoug the
old stock of dealers, as they sell better than
any other Diary.
MB. The sale of tho Ktcelnlor has Inn eased
more thou MO per cent. In the last four years,
which fact shows that the retailer appreciates
10th. We give iittractltefcliowcanlsondiiost.
ens, and plenty of them.
11th. They cost no more, and 110 less, ihan
other Maries-all lists and discounts being
isth. The Excelsior Is the best ictallliig
Dlnr) onercd to tho trade.
We Intend to tlslt nil dealer In Diurlesenrl)
In iho season. If there are any, however, that
we do not reach, we shall bo pleased tn scud
them, 011 application, nltno of samples to ex
amine In comparison w 1th olher goods.
Early orders nre always tilled complete, while
late orders are apt to nnd the assortment
broken, and frequently tho best selling stjlcs
used up. It Is a good plan to put tn orders enrly
as pay-day conies no hooner. than with lato or
ders. We can deliver poods an." time after Ht
send In jour orders tor the Kxcelslnrcul.! to
THE GI.OHE PAPEJt CO.,
BLANK HOOKS Are a specialtv with
us. N 0 have everything In this Hue. We
havo 0110 ot tho best (it not Iho best) arpnlnled
Blank Hook manufactories in tho state. Every
thing Is new and In good shape, and wo have u
man lu charge of it who understands tho busi
ness in all Its details. Wo hat e a stock of flrst
closs ledger papers, and luvlto banks, manufac
turing companies, Ac 10 examlno our stock mid
Pres. OI.OIIi: PAPER CO.
pitlNTINO. Auylliiucr from 11 Card to
J. a Book, neatly nnd promptly executed.
W it has 0 as good facilities as any other estnli
lLshment in tho state. If sou need nn thing In
this line, Kite us a trial, satisfaction guarim
leed. OLOlli: PAPER CO
1 PENCILS. Dixon's Hound Gilt Pencils
. are ns good ns Paber's Round C.lll, somo
Miy better. It no better, they dohert e fat or from
being an American peuctl at lower prices.
Tliei are made by tho Joseph Dixon Cructblo
Co., Jersey city, N. .1,, and wu niter them lo tho
trade at their net prices. Try them.
(ILOlli: PAPER CO.
fPAGS.Wo offer DeimUonV Mercliau
L dlso and Shipping Tugs to stationers and
Prlnlersnt Deniilson'.s lti est prices, send us
nn order and sallsry jonrsoliis,.
GLOBE PAPER CO.
fVH STATIONERY DEPAItTMENT
iiopn-ses 11 11111 uno or siapio goods,
arst.class papers, folded and Hat, ruled am
plain, all weights and sires. Envelopes of nil
grades and colors, drug. pay. note, letter, om
clnl and document, all lln,Uis.s goods and
prices low. order n snmplo lot.
flLOBL' PAPER CO.
r-IMIE ItUTLAND DAILY AND
JL WEEKLY OLOBE, contains all tho latest
press, local correspondence, stato news, c.
.. . tf.uu,.tb iuu iviv-Kluui3 Ul lliu ussociaiCU
v. 0H.11CH 11 mu vuiiunui uL'iiaruneni
Advertising lates low, .especially for short nd
....... ,Mi,-ri ,v.,, .v-fii-nun,, ui anuri no-
vertlseraents. Tho papers aro larggr and con
tain moro readlug matter than any other In tho
state. GLOBE PAPEIt CO
.Merchants using printed wrapping will do
well to consult us before ordcrlug, as wo make
as low figures as New York or Boston Houses,
and give 1 better accommodations In assorting
lots, whllo a great saving can bo made on
tre'Kht. OLOBE PAPER CO.
. i.HVw"UTC;,,Elis C.-wo offer tho larg.
Best quality manllla. best Sty bowman-
SeffwIriL?.'' l,n.lJ?KS and Hour
& W" qifflW ot MTen'd" W
OLOBE PAPErt CO.
g M BIXBY & CO.'S
TAYO OEMS roit HOUSEHOLD UiiE.
Bixbt's Fkencq Ijlcndkt Blue.
BUBt's Best Shos Buciinu.
WOHKINO CLASS. Male or female"
IW a week guaranteed. Respfctuble
employment at borne, day or evening! nocupl
tal required! full Instructions arid valuabln
packogo of goods sent rree by mall. Address,
witii six cent return stamp. Si. vouno c'o.
13 orcenwlch street. N. y. septl4dirt
VTEVEU NEGLECT A COUGH. Notli
Ii Ing ts more certain to lay the foundation
tor future evil consequences.
WELLS' CAItHOLIC TABLETS
are a sure euro for all diseases of the Resnira
tory Organs, sore Throat, Colds, Croup, Diph
theria, Asthma, Catarrh, Hoarseness, Dryness
of tho Throat, Windpipe, or Bronchial Tubes,
and all diseases ot the Lungs.
In nil cases of sudden cold, however taken,
thoso Tablets should bo promptly and freely
used. They equallzo tbu circulation ot tho
blood, mitigate the severity ot the attack, and
will, in n very short time, restore heal thy action
to tho nrfectod organs.
Wells' Carliollo Tablets are put up only In
bluo boxes. Take no substitutes. Iftheycant
be found nt your druggist's, send nt onco to tho
agent In Now York, who will forward thorn bin-turn
Don't bo clecclted by Imitations.
Sold by druggists. Price, ss cents a box
JOHN (J. KIXLOOO, is Piatt St., New York.
Send for Circular. Solo Agent for the United
1 n imi CUNT. NET. 'Hie Iowa
IV Loon and Trust Company will Invest
money on lint-class Real l-suile at 10 per cent.
Interest, not, payoblo semi-annually In New
York, and will guaiantco the collection of all
loans inado through IU agency. Alt charges
paid by the borrower. Pleaso write, before In
testlng, for New York and New England refer
ences, and full particulars. Samukl M-nniu,
(lalo Oovernor ot Iowa,) President. Address
JAMES 1). III5ARTWEI.I, Sifretary, Drawer 107
Des Moines lowa scptl4dv4w
"PAMPIIOHINE." The Rreat discov
J cry for the Immedlato relief and euro
of Rheumatism, Neuralgia. Sprains, Bruises,
Pains, strains, stiff Joints, swellings, lnilauia
tlons. Bunions, catarrh, Ac., Ac. it win not
greaso or stain, nnd for tho toilet is n luxury In
ct cry family. Thousands will and now testify
tolls Brent merits. Try It. Price per bottle 25
cents. REUBEN HOY'r, Prop'r, 503 Greenwich
street, N. t . .scpatUMviw
A G H EAT SENSATION 1 Agents
.V wanted. Cash salary, or commission al
lowed, strictly honorable.
Address P. A. ELLS
tz 1.0., t;nanouc, .Mien.
rnilh! NATIONAL ENCYCLOPEDIA
X Completed. Spcclme 1 pages free. "Con
tains a wealth of Information" Prov. Press,
"Ininluablo." Watchman 4; Relloctor. "Wo
urge nil ) oung people to secure this work."
Boston Commonweallh. "Useful facts accessi
ble elsewhere only 111 costly and cumborous
works." Boston Journal. It Is an entire
uurary ni sinnii cost. Agents wanted every
where. Address National E.sct ci.orKDU Pub.
Co., Tompsoiitllle, Conn. sep14diw4w
ritITE for Lart;c Illustrated Price
CHEAT WESTEHN GUN WOI1KS,
No. 179 Snilthllcld Street,
Bi eech-loadlng Shot Ouns uo to too. Double
wnoi uuns, ssio jiso. singio ouns, $3 to 120,
Rifles. S3 to t75. Revolvers. 10 to f ss. IMstoIs.
$1 to t-S. Gun Material, Pishing Tackle. Large
discount to Dealers or Clubs. Army Guns, Re
volvers, Ac., loughtor traded for. Ooods sent
by express C. o. D. to bo examined before paid
"J-OMESTIC" PAPEIt FASHIONS.
A O E N T S W ANTED.
EK.SD 1011 CATAI.OOCE.
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,
scpl4i.'iw4w New York.
1ANVASSING BOOKS sent free for the
FltE YEARS IX THE TERRITORIES.
The only complete history of tho vast region
between tho .Vlsslsslipl and thn Pacific : Its
Resources, Climate, Inhabitants, Natural curi
osities, etc. it contains 2to nno engravings of
the scenery, Lands. Peoplo and Curlostlcs of
tho Great t est. Agents aro selling from is to
25 copies a day, and wo send a canvassing book
trco to any book agent. Address, Mating ex
perlence, Ac., NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
uwaui-iiuuii, 1.1. sepiUUW4W
rjMIE FIHST DIVISION OF THE
ST. PAUL AND PACIFIC ItAILltOAD
oitki: KOI! .s.M.K
1 , ."5 00,00 0 a c it j: S !
PliAIHIE, TIMBEH AND MEADOW
i-nicKs n.tNoi: from
4 TO Sir, P E It A C It E 1
:WTtn Years' Credit Oil en When Desired.
T O W N L O T S
At Moderate Prices, In Towns at R. It. Stations.
SHU to be had. under Homestead Ijiw, along
ail i.iur.-iui llllstUUipany,
ON THE MAIN LINE.
between Bonspu and Breckenrldge, w 0 aLso sell
WHOLE SECTIONS AT 0 PER ACRE
On 3; YVaiV Time, Freo of Interest,
on condition that tho purchaser breaks tho
wholo section within a) car 110m purchase and
piuuia iorii acres in iimoer.iorwnicn tho com
pany will tumlsn young trees or seed. For par.
T ,, . HERMANN TROTT,
Ladd Commissioner, St. Paul, Minnesota,
OODENOUGH IIOHSE SHOE.
THE CHEAPEST AND BEST.
Cures and pittents all diseases Incident to
111,' UUl SL- .S llHJl,
JUST PUBLISHED :
" HATIONAL 1IOHSE-SHOEING,"
with plates, lllustral Ing how-to perform oper
ations nnd cure font troubles. Sent by mall on
receipt ot one dollar, send stamp for circular
OOOBENOUCIl HORSE SHOP,
sejttd.lwew 4i Dey street, N. Y.
AGENTS WANTED for tho new IwoU,
i.iiu .inn wiu'murcs 01
IC I T C A It S O X ,
bt his comrade and friend. i w o. l'eieisL lin
tctt.t.-Col. and .surgeon U. s. A., from facts
dictated hi hlniseir. I'lio onlv true ninl mi
thcntlc llfuot America's greatest Hunter, Trap
per, Scout und (luldo eter publisher. It con
tilns full and completu descriptions of tho In
dian Tribes ot tho Far West, as seen by Kit
carsou, who lived among them all his life It
gltes 11 full, reliable account of tho Modocs and
1110 310110c it nr. as n worn 01 History, It ts In
valuable. A grand opportunity to mako money
Our Illustrated circulars bent freo to nlluppfl
cants. Wilie nnd secure tcrrltorynt once.
DI'STIN, OILMAN tc CO.,
scpt3.id.vw4w Harlford, conn.
JENTUCKY & CHEAT KASTEHN
It A I L W AY CO M P A N Y,
SEVEN PElt CENT. GOLD BONDS,
Coupons riayablc 1 February and August In Gold.
in jsutv ;urs or iiauimoro. For Balo at 80 per
by First Mortgago i executed to Farmers- Loan
tS?3T ot Now York,covenng com-
P21 NSillP'.'W .f ranchises, Equipments. Real
and Personal Estate, at tho ratu of ns.oco per
ml 0 on tho Road, extending from Cincinnati to
Latlettsburg, tho terminus of Chesapeake and
Ohio Rond, 140 miles.
Governments, state, city, Railroad or any
other marketable securities taken In exchange,
at highest market rates, without commission,
and K. O.E.R. Bonds forwai ded freo of chsrgo
to purchaser. Pamphlets, Maps and full Infor
mation will bo furnished on application to
WM, FIS1IEH SONS,
83 South St., Baltimore,
Bonkers, stock and Noto Brokers, and Fiscal
Agenusottho company 1 dealers tn Govern,
ments and Railway securities la all tho mar
kets of tho U. B.
Or to Banks and Bankers throughout the
I EMPLOYMENT F O It ALL. Ono
li Agent In four weeks made a profit of
wu.so, selling Bryant's Library of Poetry and
Song j $10 In one week on Tho New Housekeen.
er's Manual, by Miss Beccher and Mrs. Btowa
Any Bto man or woman can nave an ajrencT
J. ft. FORD CO., New- York, Boston ChCieS;
or wan Francisco, MpiMCTjf1
I rjIHE HASK1NS MACHINE CO ,
' Fltchburg, Mass.. Manut 's a
' VERTICAL HORIZONTAL STEAM ENOLsES
Our Combined Engines and Boilers are mad.
In quantities and to standard gauges, 10 that
all parts are Interchangeable, can bo run with
greater safety and less expense than ony other
engine manufactured, size irom 1 to so horse
PP'i.cr,WRre"oom'fNo.4' Cortlandt Street,
N. Y. Send for circular. sepMJi-wsw
WASHINGTON OUTSIDE AND IN
side. Agents wanted for n coincide
history ot our National catllil. its oilglo.
Kiotun, excellencies, abuses, Wuties ond vr
?.u,nA?.e??r; i"" Ired in that graphic styl-.
which has placed the author, Deo. Air. Towils
end, among the foremost Lcwspnp-r corrcs-
fomlents of the time. It gives bold, startling
rathful Insldo views or ttKu3hmgion life, aifj
Congressional and Lobbjlug Jobbery. Booln
road) for delivery. Address sepisdiW4w
JAMES BETTS & CO., Hartford, Ct
'T'TII THOUSAND IN PltESS-FIIlST
iuuuiu, jit-iiiiiiKuoie. success uno ageni
made flu in four days, nnd another us? In s
daja.selllngOCEAN-.s.siORY. A perfect Tho
HilurilSOf KTnlnrntlAn lllertnnrv A.,n.....
upon, and the Wonders Beneath tho grca
V?.':?!',.JiiV"1' "rcUmg. Telegraohlng, &c.
ni ? '"St'y.'ast. Strike quick for choice
M t oshlngton St., Boston. sep!3di;w4w
1 Oft DAYS ON AN ICE "itAFT '
,--'-'. inoiiieioi nniiTiiniiing 11 story 01
THK POLAHIS I:XPE)ITI6
Lndcr tho late Capt. Hall, his untimely death
liemnrknlile lreu.tirt nt ,t.n r,nn 1
n,(ctcldMc.0' AUon History of all tho Ex
pedlilous i to the Arctic World Irom tho Earlle
U ne.s. Profusely uiu,irated. Agents Wnnl d
Addre.ss, Philadelphia Rook Company, Phlla.
JEW STOltE! NEtt GOODS
Mns. H. D STLVEN-j,
iSiieeessor to.MIss I.'. Mow
Would restkselmlle imtre i..n. .i..
COMPLETE STOCK OP GOOlls,
wllf'1i shu ls selling nt tho ten lowest prl. ,
LACES, LACE VEILS, LACE BARBS,
WORSTED & WORSTED PATTERNS
HAMBURO k NEEDLE WORK,
HEAL HAIH SWITCHES & C t'HI.S.
A full l.no of
CHILDREN AND INTANT'S CLOTHING.
lliblona, Feathers, Flown and Halt,
And many other things usually kept In a First
FANCY GOODS STORE.
Please call and examine beforo purchasing
0 P E HA HOUSE,
MO A' DAY E VJJJS'fJfa,
" ll'iijf A'hw About i'ou
J. JOSHUA JENKINS,
ADMISSION, Wc. RESERVED SP TS.
T7"EHJIONT CENTHAL AND HUT
On nnd after Monday, Juno 81,1s;., en, i,
it 111 run as follows, (Sundays excepted ;
ooi.va SOUTH ASP V.XVJ,
Lento Rutland at 12:so and 4:50 a. m and I'M
nnd r.:0o p. m.
MA1U U'atc Ogdensburg nt r.:in p. rn., si
Albans at C:2 a. m Burlington at S:10 a. m,
Port Hcnr)- at 7:15 a. m., Rutland at 12:10 p. m..
Bellows Falls nt 2:50 p. m., arming nt New Lon
don at 9:20 p. in., connecting with, steamer mr
NEW YORK EXPRE.ss.-Le.aves St Albans al
9:oo a. in., Burlington li:i a. m., arriving tu
Rutland at 12:50 p. in.
NIGHT EXPRESS. Iates Ogdensburg at P.':
55 p.m., Platuburg S:50 p.m., Montreal 3:s.) p.m.,
St. Johns 4:50 p.m., St. Albans 7:io p. in., Bur
lington 9:10 p. m., Rutland 12:50 a. in.. Bellows
Fulls, 3:25 n. m. anlvlng nt Now Loudon at 11:1-.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Burlington nt s.oo p.
m., arrlilng In Rutland at 7:40 p.m. Leaves
Rutland nt 4:50 n. m., Pel'ows Falls ut a.m.,
(accommodation tratii),arrlt1ng at Now- London
at B:to p. in.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Rutland at r-(i p. m
arm lug In Bellows Falls at 10:00 p. in.
Leaves Rutland at 1:13 nnd 6:10 a. in., and :.i
and 5:0s p. in.
MAIL. Leates New London at 5:00 a. m.,
SprlngUeld S:00 n. m Boston 7:50 n, in., Beilon-s
Fulls 11:15., Rutland 2:S0 p. m., arming nt Fort
Henry nt 9.00 p. ra., Burlington 5:00 p. tn., St
Albans 6:10 p. m., Montreal 9:45 p. m.. Ogdcns
burg t:45 a. in., making connections with trains
for iho West.
express Leaves Rutland at 5:05 p. in., si
Albans at 8:S p. m.
NIGHT EXPRESS. Leaves New London at
8:45 p. m., SprlngUeld at s:lt p. ra., connecting
with train leaving New York ut 3:00 p. ra., Bel
lows Falls 11:20 p. in., connecting with train
leaving Boston at 6:50 p. in., Rutland 1:43 a. m.,
Burlington 4140 a. ra., ht. Albans 0:10, arriving
In Montreal ut 9:45 a. m., Platlsburg at 12:00 m",
and Ogdensburg nt 12:35 p. m., connecting with
trains for tho West.
.MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Rutland nt 5:40 a. 111.
wave Burlington at 9:30 a. m., St. Albans 12:oo
in., arriving In Ogdensburg at S:50 p. m. and St
Johns at 3::) p. m. '
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Bellows Falls at 4:80
a. in., arriving in Rutland at 9:20 a. 111.
ACCOMMODATION.-Lcaves New 1jndon al
8:10 a.m., Bellows Falls 0:00 p. m., nrrlvlugln
Rutland at 8:35 p. m.
Trains leave Burlington going cast, for Mont
peller. Ac, at 6:53 a. m., 12:M p. m. und 7:55 p. m.
'lrafns leave Bellows Falls going north, foi
Whllo River Junction, Arc, at b:30 a.m. and
11:45 a.m., and 5:55 and 11:20 p. m.
Connections. At Rutland with Rensselaer
Saratoga nnd Harlem Extension Railroads s nt
Bellows Falls with Cheshire Railroad j at South
ernon with Connecticut River Railroad.
IfSleoplng cars nro attached to night trains
botween St, Albans and Troy, nnd Burlington
and Boston. GYLES MERRILL,
St. Albans. Vt.. Juno 3d. 1S73.
CTAHLEM EXTENSION ItAILltOAD.
CHANGE OF TIME.
1873. SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS. 1S73.
On and after Monday. .Time 9nth. isr.i trnina
will run as follows:
MIXED. leaves Rutland nt 8:00 a.m., con
necting at State Lino with trnlr, lor Troy.
MAIL. Leaves Rutland 9.30 a. m., andmak
Ing close connections nt Chatham 4 Corners
with trains for New York, Albany, Hudson, and
both east and west on 11. & A. It. 11.
MIXED.-Lcave Rutland at 8.25 p. m., to Ben
nlngton and Trov, '
.?fllSuAY ?"Lk TRAIN (wlUi passenger car
attached), leaves Rutland at 7.30 a. m.
Rutland to New York . . . . $350
10 Aioany, .... 3 09
" to Hudson, ... 3 00
No lay over checks given.
ARRIVE AT RUTLAND.
F, C. WHITE, Supt,
Rutland, June 14, 1312. moyldltvlt
OOK BINDING. We are now ready
10 receive orders for an mnas 01 worn.
OLOBE TAPER CO.