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VOL. I....NO. 134,
RUTLAND, VT., SATURDAY MOUNING, OCTOBER 1, 1871.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
tl'RTAIN COltXIOES OF HLACK
J Wtilnut, or nil Gilt, made to order. Cur
tnlli Rings, Tassels nnd Cords. DEARBORN'S
CASKS. CORNER. CLOCK
nnd Mantle Shelies innilo to order, with
Plain or Moulded edges, BRACKETS wiirrt lit
different tlosnt JJKAIlllOUNW
rV.W MOULDINGS KOH PICTURE
j.1 Framing, t'liromos. Lithographs, uml
lingravitlgs at. DKAllIHIHN'.S
' N. MKHHIAM'S
I'EHFECT FITTINU S II HITS.
PATTERNS CUT TO MEASURE,
J? N. MERRIAM'S l'ERFECT FIT.
Ill . TINtl SHIRTS. The most comfortable,
iiurnun: nnu i-tuiiuiinciu, jcxilliy
FvECKER RROS. UNRIVALLED PI
IJ ANO FORTES, pronounced the llncst In
'lie worm. i arrauicu ior seven yeans.
O, II. M O II U HOWS K,
opposite Central House Itl.TI.ANl), Vt,
RUTLAND MANl'KArTL'HINO COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SKAT OIIAIKS, IIUI).
MKAIW AND C11AIH .STOCK.
Comer of West and Forest St,
I.. Aiwooii, Agt. (1. C. Hcikilks, Treat,
J W. Iv I N G ,
t n nufacturer and wholesale and retail dealer In
sash, noons, blinds,
MOVI.DINOS, BRACKETS, AND HOUSE FUR
OF KVKKV MtscntlTIOK.
Ftll.VACK STUKKT, RUTLANtl, VT.
Orders liy mall or otherwise promptly attend
ed to. myldtf
LINCOLN IHOK WORKS.
.MarhleMltl and Hoisting Machinery of the
most Unproved construction, lierrlcks and
pumping maehlncry, castings and general mn
Steel and Iron Wire Hope at .Manufacturers
Hut land, Vt May 1, 1S"3. inayldtf
AT" 7f7 II AW LEY,
Cn.VTItACTOIl AXIt l'UACTICM. St.ATKll,
Ho Is prepared to do all work promptly and
well. Orders can he left nt J. E. olynn's store
on Merchants' Itow, or at the ll.irdwell House.
Ilrtrrncei ltockwood llarrctt, ltutlnnd; L. M.
Mason, President of First National Bank, De
troit, Michigan; Hon. J. .M. Marvin, Saratoga
y K K K S & 15 A II II E It
AT N'O. I, OPERA HOUSE 11I.OCK,
Keep a lull assortment of the following
HOUSE FURNISHING MOODS.
FRENCH CHINA WAItK,
TAIII.K OLASS.WAHE, '
SH.VKlt PLATED WAItK,
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
TASSELS AND COHDS,
I AM PS AND J.ANTKKS,"
Wholesale and lietall,
LAMP CHIMNEYS and HUHNEItS,
Wholesale and Itetnll.
PI. AST POTS,
MATTHA8SES and LOIfNOES, and
mayldtf DONE TO ORDER.
nitOVEK & RAKER'S IMPROVED
SHUTTLE AND ELASTIC STITCH,
SKWTXd MACHINES, t, At.
At K. N. MERRIAM'.-j.
AND STEEL, OLD
Marblo Saws and Currency taken In ex-
ehango lor Nails at tho
mayld3m RUTLAND NAIL WORKS.
West of Lincoln Iron Works
J3itINTINU. Sclf-Inking Pearl Press.
New and valuable Invention. Every busl
ness man should havo one. Presses and Dutllts
from t iu npivards. Send stamp for Catalogue of
Presses, Type, cuts, etc. .(loLDINO CO It
Kllby street, Boston. au223dtw0m.
JLJ R. DYER,
NO. 13 MERCHANTS' ROW,
lion and Lead Pipe, Portable nnd stationary En
glnosj Rotary Steam, Korea and Cistern Pumps:
Leather and Rubber Belting; Rubber llqsonnd
Packing; Rubber OvercoatH, mores nnd Mit
tens: bteam and Water Gauges; Water, Steam
nnd (las Fittings, and Fixtures, nil kinds; Flax
nnd Soapstone Packing; Cotton Waste, Plumb
STEAM, WATER AND (IAS FITTING
Bono at short notice, and at priced adapted to
Rutland, May 1,1813 imldom
TEAM: HTONE CUTTER COMPANY,
.solo proprietors and manufacturers of the
STONE CHANNELING! OK QUAIIHYING MA.
1'or cutting stouo Into vnrlous sizes anii;dl
IN ALL KINDS OF QUAP.UIES.
orrics and suors,
JOHN W. CRAMTON, Prcs't.
GEORGE E. ROYCE, Treas.J
CHARLES CLARK. Secy,
myt ly IEO. J. WARDWKI.L. Supt,
O PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS,
The GLOBE Pajier Co., havlug duplicates ot
the following artlclos offer them for snio at mw
Steam Engine, suitable for running presses,
Hoo Card Press,
Smith Hand Proas.
Ono Rule Mltortng Machines,
And nutnerotii other articles used In a rrlntlng
FREE FROM ALCOHOL.
Kb. J. Walkck's Cai uoiisia Vinicoak Bittkus
tiro n purely vegetable preparation, inado
chiefly from the lintlvo hubs found on thn low
er ranges of tlio sierra Nevada mountnlns of
California, tlielmedlclnnl properties of which arc
extracted tlicrefrom without tho use of Alcohol.
Tho question Is almost dally asked, " What Is
tho cause of thn unparalleled Burcess of Vink
i ak lliriKits 7" our answer Is that they remote
tho case of disease, and tho patient leeovers
his health. 1 hey are thn great Mood purifier
nnd a life-giving principle, a perfei t Renovator
and In i Igornlor of thu system. Never boforo
In tho history of the world has a rucdlclno been
compounded possessing the rcmarknblo quali
ties Of VINMIAK BlTTKllS 111 lienllllg tllO Sick Of
nnyllsenso man Is l.elr to. They uru a gentle
Purgative as well as Tonic, relieving Conges
tlon or Inflammation of thnl.lvcrandviseer.il
Organs or Bullous Diseases.
WALKER'S CALIFORNIA VISEOAH
net on all these cases In a singular manner.
By purifying the Blood they retnovo tho cause,
nnu by resolving nway tho clTectsof tho Inilain
inatlon (the tubercular deposits) the nllectcd
parts roeeUe health, and peimnncnt euro Is
IF MEN WILL EN.IOY flOOI) HEALTH,
let them usn Vineaau BtrrKiis ns a medicine,
and avoid thn Use of alcoholic stimulants In
proclaim Vinmiau Hittkks the most wonderful
lnvlgornnl Hint ever sustained the sinking sys
tem. NOPEltMI.VCAN TAKE THESE HITTERS
neeordlng to directions nnd lemaln long tin
will, prowded their holies are not destroyed by
mineral poison or other means, nnd vital organs
wasted hi'.ond repair.
BII.l.lOUS, REMITTENT, AND INTERMITTENT
sas. Red Colorado, Ilra7os, Rio Grande, Pearl,
Alabama, .Mobile, .Savannah, Roanoke, James,
and many others, with their vast tributaries,
throughout our entlru country during the
Summer nnd Autumn, nnd remarkably so dur
ing seasons of unusual heat and dryness, are
Invariably accoinbiinled bv exiensivmicr.intri..
ineutsof the stomach and liver, and othernb
domlnnl viscera. In their treatment, n purga
tive, exerting n ponertul Influence upon these
various organs, is cs.sentlnllynecess.iry. There
Is no cathartic for tho Jiirposo equal to Dr. J.
J alkku's Vini:oah BiTTiuts, ns they will speed
ily remove the darlccolored viscid matter wltli
which the bowels nrn loaded, at the same time
stimulating the secretions of tho liver, and gen
erally restating thn henlthy functions of the ill
FORTIfc'Y THE BODY AGAINST DISEASE
by purlfjlnffiillllio fluids with Viskoak it
tkiis. No epidemic can take hold or the si stem
DYSPEPSIA OK INDIGESTION,
head-ache, pain In the shoulders, coughs, tight
ness of tho dust, dizziness, soro eructations of
the stomach, bad tastn In Ihu mouth, bilious at
tacks, palpitation of tho heart, Inflammation or
and a iiunureu other palntul symptoms are off
springs of dyspepsia, ono bottle will prove a
better guarantee or Its merits than a lengthy
SCROPTLA, OR KINO'S EVIL,
white swellings, ulcers, Erjslpelas, swilled
neck, goitre, scrofulous init.unmnttons. mcrcu-
ini nneciions. oiu sores, eruniionsot inu ssui.
sore eyes, etc. In these, as In nil olher consti-
luiionni uiseases, valkkk-s inroik jutikiis
have shown their great curatlvo powers In tho
most obstinate and Intractable eases.
FOR INFLAMMATORY AND CHRONIC RHEU
gout, blllous,;remlttent and Intermittent foers,
diseases of thu blood, liver, kidneys and blad-
ui;i, uiuw uuiers inne no cuuiii. pueuiiiseast-s
are caused by vitiated blond.
Persons engaged In paints and minerals, such
us plui.-.bers, type-setters, gold-beaters and
miners, as they advance In Hie, nro bubjectto
paralysis ot the bowels To guard against this,
lake a dose ot Wai.kkii'.s Visi-oau Bi mess occa
sionally. FOR SKIN DISEASES,
eruptions, tetter, salt rheum, blotches, bpots,
pimples, pustules, bol .s,carbuuclcs,rlng-worms,
scald heads, soro eyes, erysipelas, Itch, scuns,
dlscoloratlons of the skin, humors and diseases
ofthoskluot whatever nntno or nature, are
literally dug up nnd carried out of tlM system
In a short time by the uo of these lilt tors.
PIN, TAIIE AND OTHER WORMS,
lurking In tho bvstcm of sa many thousands, aro
eltectually destroyed and remoi ed. No system
ui iiiuuiciiit?, iiu vt'riuiiues, no aiiiueiiiiiniiies
will ireo ine system from worms llkn these lilt-
FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS,
In joung or old. married or blncle. nt tho dawn
of womanhood, or tho turn of life, theso Tonic
jmiers uispinv so aecuieu an inuiience mat im
prnvemcnt ls soon perceptible.
CLEANSE THE VITIATED BLOOD
whenever you nnd Its Impurities bursting
through thu skin In nunnles. eruntlons or sores.
cleanse It when you Una It obstructed and slug-
gisu in mo cins : cleans') H wnen li is 'lout ;
irour.ieenngs win icu you wnen. iiecp ine
ulood nure. nnd tho health of tho system will
. . JlelHIXAl.lt .t CO.,
Druggists and General Agents. San Francisco,
California, and corner of Washington anil
cnaiiestou streets, n. l.
soi n nv am. pntonisTS and dealkbs.
Oct, a. rtiw com ly
UTLAND MARRLE COMPANY,
WIIOI.KSAI.U DBAI.KRfl IN
llLOtJK & S A Y E D MARRLE,
i)l'AI!t:lKH AND MII.I.B,
.1. N BAXTER, Supt. WEST RUTUND, VI
All tho grades of Rutland Marble, In the
sliano of slabs of various thicknesses required
tor Furniture, Mantel, and Dccornltvo Work, as
well as Cemetery tisos; also Cublo Stock for
Monumental nnd Building purnoses. Including
Bases, strips, and Posts, may bo found on our
yaruiu nil uiuvs.
Our extenslvo arrangemcsts for tho produc.
UUU Ul iUUl U4f, IU iliu "Ujr Ul lUUllll'S W-
chlncry, nnd Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
ot saws, place us In jmsltlon to supply the
Hon of Marble, In tho way ot ouurrylng Ma,
wants of tho Trade. Wholesale and Retail
lisnlnrs. Builders. Furniture-Men. and gen
eral Manufacturers will find II to tbolr Interest
to favor us wun tucir oracrs.
RUTLAND MARBLE CO,
HUGS. We ficll Dcnfilson's Tags to
X Printers and Stationers at Dennlson'
' GLOBE PAWm CO,
toi'fj ana Sin HVm.
UNN & CRAMTON,
Manufacturers of all kinds of
and dealers In
PLANISHED. BRITANNIA. JAPAN. GLASS
AND WOODEN WARES
of overy description.
BROOMS, BRUSHES AND BASKETS,
nnd a general assortment ot
HOUSE FURNISHING OOODS.
Special facilities for Jobbing till kinds of
TIN AND GLASS WARE.
SWAU kinds ot hahtkii taken In oxcliangn for
NO. 14 MERCHANTS' ROW.
Rutland, Vt., May 1, lsTS. myldtf
E M () V A I.
S. G. Staley, of the lute tlrm of Stnley .t Up
plncott, has removed his business fiom No. a"
Center St., to No. la Merchants' Row, where he
has formed n Copartnership with Messrs. Dunn
X Crnmton, under tho tlrm name of s. G. stnley
& Co, Ho will be pleased to see oil nt his old
customers, and as many new ones ns will favor
him with a call
j . s 'i1 a r, r. v
0 O .
NO. liMl.IiCllASTS' Row,
TOVKS AND HOT AIR FURNACES.
The stewait and New American Conking
Stove, for both wood and coal, constantly on
. Manufacturers ot nnd dualers In
COPPER. TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE.
I' L U .M II I X (.
n all lis bvanctie-s1 Bath Tubs, Water closets
intsiuiii "aii'l i "ipinyj aim runups"
TIN ROOFING AND JOBBING
Ot all kinds promptly attended to. None but
skillful nnd rellablo workmen employed.
ai.i. woitK if.u.'K.i.vn:).;
KKMKMHKII, S IH101IS NORTH Of 1 UK Ol'Kll k lllll'KX
r o v e s .
CELEBRATED FARMERS' AND MECHANICS'
0 O O K STOVES,
WITH ELEVRA1 ED OVF.NS,
aro now being mndo nt the
P ITTSl'O 1! D F U It N ACE.
Also four sizes of
FLUTED 11 OX STOVES.
Theso Stoves, being made of thn Pittsford
Charcoal Iron, will out last any otherhtoves
Hue. and will bj sold as low as stoves inanu
ot hard eoa Iron. Apply to.
auiWdsm Pirrsionii, Vt.
JARM FOR SALE,
The subscribers offer fur sntn Ihelr farm, sit
uated ubout two miles from tho vlllagoot Bel-
tows Falls, on tho Chester road, well known
JOHN CLARK FARM,
Containing about thren hundred nnd fifty acres
of land; two dwelling houses, three barns unit
iwo leuani nouses, near ine rauroiui irack.
Tho tenant houses aro now. Tho largo farm
nousn has been thoroughly repaired und paint
ed, with new piazza in front nnd end, new trout
fence, nil In (lie most substantial nnd tasteful
manner, making It a desirable residence.
Nearly three-fourths of u mlloot new water pipo
from a ncver-fnlllng fountain supplies all thn
OVER TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
has been expeuded within tho past two years
on buildings und fences, besides Ihu tenant
nouses. Tho land Is adapted to tho raising of
all Ktnas Ol crops, rtnino liny aires uru cu
luaptcu for tooaceo. iiiuiauti is uuiv uuui-r a
L'nmi stain nt cultivation, bv haWng been fed
tut n lfirm, nmnnnr. of line and irratH thn n:ist
two yenrs, wnien nns neen urougni on uiu
place, besides Unit which the farm has pro
duced. Tho eastern line Is the Connecticut
river und tho farm laying westerly, tilt hied Into
pasiuru uuu llliagu lunii, 'inn a Hiuiiticiii hiip-
)iv in woo i lor inn iTi'iuisos. isiiiiuieu solium
ho vlll.iLni of Bellows Falls a vlllaua irrowlng
more rapidly than any placo within the stnte,
lllll Willi IIS UIIIIHIUI.U ''UH--I iiwit-i, ii".J ia
fast being Improved, must continue to increase
In a still larger proportion In tho future makes
It tho most desirable farm In theso parts. Pos-
sebsuill Klieil uiiim;iuu".ij, vjh-itih. i"" 'nut
yard, nnu inai in one jeiu. iiiqunu m nm suu
seilbcrs on tho premises; or Joseph Wilson,
tlrm ot J. Wilson i: Co., near tho ileiwi ; or Wil
der & Hopkins, at wesi uupert, 1 1.
WILDER & HOPKINS.
Bellow s Falls, May 1, 1813.
TDASTURE LAND IN PITTSFORD
I en.D.infirrinl. Onn hundred nnd twenty
iKT,,,rr, or tinn PASTURE land located ono and
one-half miles from Pittsford Village. Address
orcallnn E. P. IIIICHCOCK, under National
Bank of Rutland, uiu innu, t, .nayui
rPAGS. Wo havo now hi f,toek nn nssort-
X mont of Dcnnlson's Patent iiirociiou
Labels nnd Merchandise Tags, which wo will
sell nt manufacturer's prices.
Wo hnvo nlso n good Block ot " Phillip's So
curlty Hook-Tugs," n very convenient, and ser
viceable article for merchants. Among Its ad
vantages arct Goods can be more readily mark
ed than by tiny other means; the tag Is to so
curely locked that 11 cannot become dctachod
from tho goods; no cbanco of tho tag becoming
detachod from tho hook; no points projecting
to tear other goods or your lingers. They are
safe, strong and cheap. Call and examlno
them. 0 LOBE PAPER CO.
PENCILS.-rDlxon's Pencils, made lu
tho United States, are much superior to
Faber's, and are sold nt lower prices. Try
GLOBE TAPER CO.
vomics ami gvovteionii.
& T. CADEN,
Wholesale nnd Retail Dalei In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED FRUITS, PICKLES, Ac,
GLASS, 1URTII EN WA III'.;
AND FANCY 0001 W.
Also, Dealers In
DRY GOODS, SHAWLS, DRESS GOODS,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, ,t,. Ac.
An assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Constantly on hand.
AGENTS FOR MAIL STEAMERS TO
r-DKAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT ON THE
BANKS 01' ENGLAND, IRELAND. SCOTLAND
COItNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN .NTS.
p E T E R II U -V T E R ' S ,
M A I X S T R E i: T ,
Is the place to hu.
.SUGARS, TEAS, COFFEES, BUTTER, CHEESE,
ITSH, of all klnls,OHANOES, LEMON'S,
FIGS, CANNED FRUITS,
at lower prices than any other plnro In town.
Try If nnd be convinced.
MAIN STREET, (East side.)
E E R T V R N" E R
SIHI A It ItEFA'JA'O OOMI'AXr,
Ti! WALL STREET. NEW YORK,
Offer for sale all tho various grades of Remind
Su,.;nr of Superior tjuallty nt the Lowest Market
Prices. A superior quality ot Wliltn Sugar for
Confectioners use. Also.
STANDARD T.RANr LATED.
WHITE COFFEE A,
l.'OFFEE EXTRA (',
;And the lower jrru'li'mf
1' i: L L O II' r a A I! .
Orders tn bo ndilressvd to our nltleo In Nov
York, TO Wall Street, cor. Pearl.
Parties ordering 10 barrels can uae Ihcni as
sorted. Tubus Thirty ilnjs, or Cash In 7 itajs, less
,f per eent.itlseouiit,
E. G. IJAXTER,
Ii T O S M A 11 K i: T,
DUNTON .V HAYWARD
All kinds of Meats,
Fish, Vegetables and
Fruiis in incir season.
Klngsloy A; Sprngue's Block, Merchants'
O L D R E D S T O R E .
aitoaicniES and I'Jto visions
CHEAP FOR CASH,
QLOSING OUT SALE
NO. S.I, MERCHANTS' ROW.
I uiu not, going to Colorado.
I MEAN BUSINESS.
4 Iks. of fair tea, fur 31.00.
II His. of Oolong ten, 00 rents.
3 lbs. of Hyton tea, 00 cents.
!1 lbs. of Young Hyson len, 1.00.
Other lens, S3, 10, tiO, (10, 70, 80, 1,00,
1.10, 1.50, per lb.
Any ono buying flvo pounds, for cash, of thu
teas sold for ono dollar and upward, will re.
celvu ntty cents deduction. All other goods In
J, V.. GLYNN.
ltutlnnd, Sept, Dtb.lSTS. dim
fPEAS, from CO cents to 131,75: nlso frcsli
I. Ground C OFFEE, nt
B. W. MARSHALL'S
mayldl-wly Corner of Grovo and West Sts
BATTY'S NAROIJ PICKLES,
Crasso k Blackwell's Pickles, Halford's
Worcestershire Sauce, Nation Sauce, lu fact
nearly all kinds nt English Pickles in 11 be found
nt II W MARSHALL'S
PRUNELLAS. PRUNES, CHERRIES,
Peaches, Hlockberrtes, Raspbcrrles.Plums
Huckleberries, Also, nil kinds of fruits In cans,
forsaluat II. W. MARSHALL,
mayldiwly Grovnstroet, Rutland, vt.
T7LK HORN & MAGNOLIA
AVU very choice, for sale ot
U. W. MARSHALL
O A T
11, W. MARSHALL'S.
WlTlltllT RKOAltD TO Cn-sT,
TO MAKE ROOM.
THE STOUK WILL BE SOLD AT
AS I nm butttul to
0 I. 0 S U
I T n ir r
PREVIOUS TO OCTOBER ISTii.
II U II IJ A R D
I5AXTER NATIONAL HANK.
J. W. CllASIIOV,
N, T. SritAOfK, .In.
W. ('. DfSTOX,
W. r. I.AM'ON.
I. N. BlXTFII.
T. W. PAUK,
Geo. E. Rovcb,
Gnnisnr. R. iiottpm,
Mndo and remitted for nt Lowest Knie.
iNi krrs r ai.iiwi:ii nv timk nErnitiv.
A rnnernl tlinklliu jmrl r.Xi-hnnL'P bllslnnq
H. IUxhv DiXTKii, Prol. .1. N.Raxtku, V. Pntt.
GnoiinK It. IMTrt'.M, Cnlder.
I utiir 1
1! I! O IC E I! ,
i; nnnAii sTiinnr, .vi.'ir mm;.
Stocks. Governments n nil Gold bought and sold
Intorett allowed on ileiioslti". ma laltf
Wholesale dealer In
CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDY
tMfOKTKKASI WI10I.KSII.K IlKll.Kr.
CHINA AND JAPAN TE,,
Thu attention ot TOivu Agents, Physicians
and Druggists Is especially called to our w Hut,
as they are unsurpassed for medluul purpose,
coming from ono of tho oldest vliieyuiils In
California. All goods guaranteed pure nnd sat
isfactory, or to bo returned nt my expense.
o v r t c e ,
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN, STS.,
(Lnndou K Huntoon's Block,)
Rutland, vt. mint
J A L L I X G F O It D
N E W GOODS,
A. HILL & SON
G 0 O D
In every department.
W A L L 1 N O .'V O "R D
BRICK. I liavo ttvu lmnilri'il tlniunnd
gooil hard burned merchantable br ck on
imn.i n,i for min nn reasotiablo terms. Pit sua
call und examine. Warranto I to glvo 'i'
Hon WM, M. FIELD,
Rutland, August 1, 1619. augldtf
(Ctotliiiia & tirulshin'fl oortsi.
GOODS 1 NEW
HOUSE CORNER STORE,
For Fall and Winter wsr.
MENS' HOYS' and CIIILDRENS' SUITS,
All stjles nnd prices.
BLUE, BLACK A BROWN
SILVER AND CASTOR
All sizes and stjln..
11 A T S , N D C A 1' S
of etery description.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
LADIES' AND OENTS' TRAVELING BAGS.
tv Save money by buying goods at tho
Bates' House Corner store, .11 Merchants' Row,
yASON tc JERKOWSKI.
0 I, 0 T 11 I N G
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
All gi tides for Mens' nnd Roys' wear.
Flno liluo nnd Olive
R E A V E R SUITS.
DIAGONAL SUITS ALL STYLES.
FANCY CASSIMERE SUITS
Of eiery description.
Goods show n with pleasure and sold at prices
Hint defy competition.
A. O. CUNNINGHAM,
.1 CBNTt.n St., Opposite the Dep'il,
ftUUincnt ami aimt floods
A If R O W S A- M I T C II E I. L,
PROSPECTUS FOR Is?!!.
As we have worn no disguises In the paM.'.wu
jnme with no promise of a new sensation. Wo
shall idler; ymi no eiinnlngly dnMscd fables tu
tickle lour fnnej, nnr take a fresh depaiture iu
unbeaten paths to relict e the monotony of
truth-tolling. Fiirneiirly Fifteen Yearswehato
held tn the same prlui lpl-s, nnd we tlod them
all unworn by lli lnps "f tlm".;
MILLINERY AND. FANCY OOODs
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
.All 'Tilers i-ninn-lnd to our cure w 111 be
rnmimr asu CAiir.fvu.v fili.i:i.
HARROWS iV MITCHELL,
NO. i MERCHANTS' ROW.
maj In If
Watches ami wctvu..
A 1 L E Y & P A R M E N T F.dt S
H I L Y E It 8 31 ITIIS,
We have the largest and best nssoitment ot
Watches ever oifered tn this markt.
In large supply, embracing every variety o
styln desirable for Ladles' or Oentleinens' wear.
.1 K W E L R Y ,
In rich abundance, and more coming,
SILVER TLATKU ISO STEEt, TOR TABLE t'HV,
Our stack Is large, nnd we sell nt low prices.
sn.vEit srooNs of otin own manufaotpkb.
ROGERS' BROTHERS PLATED FORKS
Tea Sets, castors, c all the best.
To nt those who cannot seo well.
A new thing without fromes. Very desirable,
Call nnd see for yourselves at
BAILEY AND PARMENTERS',
II MBltCUANTS' ROW,
mWENTY DOLLARB REWARD
Will be paid for tho
DETECTION, ARREST AND CONVICTION
ot thn person or persons who, wantouly and
isallciously, mutilated the stouu erocuvl to the
memory of my child in tba Catholic- Cemetery
lnal.tU' DANIEL CRONAN,
Ut guttmut gaily &tok.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER I, 1873.
Take of tho mnldon's and the mother's sigh,
Ot childhood's ilre.nn and hope which ago doth
Ot roses nnd tho soiilh-wind's tenderness.
Of llr-trcn's shadow, tint of sunset sky,
Of moon on meadow whom the streams run by.
Of lover's kiss, his diffident caress,
Ot blue eyes' yellow, brown eyes' darker tress.
Of echoes from the mornliig-blrd on high,
ot pusslon of till pulses of tho Spring,
Of jirny'r from ov'ry death-bed of the Fall,
of joy and woo w lilch sleep and waking bring,
Of tremor of eneli blood-beat great nnd smiifi;
Now pour Into the empty soul ea"h thing,
And let his linger tuifh who mou'th nil I
.Srf6nTi or October,
th: Avoiti.ii aviii:i:i,s,
itAiitTs or this i-.sntNK.
A locomotlvo has two TiaMts. It drinks
nnil It smokes. It scorns to take comfort
In dtlnklng nt a liberal river, rather than
where tho draught Is tilckled nut to It
through n stingy plpo on the dry prairie.
There nro localities nn tho Unio i Paelfle
Uond where, ns hunters say, there ought to
lie "sign" of Presbyterians, thero being no
water within a S.tbb ith-day'ii journey.
Climbing heavy grades Involves hard drink
ing. On the Mount Washington Railway,
where you travel a mile and riso nineteen
hundred feet in nn hour and a half, the
thlrsiy engine disposes of eighteen hundred
gallons nt wnter a I disivitid in breath.
During the Into war they often wntered en
gines Ironi pails, ns they wnul I p inles.
Perhaps you have sat upon a bank, not of
fhymo hut of time, nt midnight, In Tenn
essee, with suspicious cedars all about with
in hailing distance trees that of en shed
queer fruit In n vigorous way waiting fur
the train-men to bring locomotlvo refresh
ment! of ll;ht wood and piils of water.
Never since then has the smoke of nn en
gine been welcome' hut o ten, in those
times when the nights wero "unruly,"
would tho burning red cedar load tho nlr
with a suspicion of sweet inecnm that wares!!-grateful
Possibly it 'rns n-soeiited
with the perfiimo of the cedar bows of boy
hood, when the flight of one's own nrrow.
sped from the springing i.'uml, was grander
than any (light nt eloquent; the nrclier ha
heatd since. To-day, n whiff of cedar
will carry you fater nil;! farther thin n
swift engine. It i 1 take almost any half-century-old
boy back to the era nf blue
striped trousers and roundabouts, and girl
witli white pantalettes gathered at the bot
tom: tn the time when bnw ami nrinw,
windmill nnd kite, jack-knife, fWi-hnnks
and tops, '"two old eat." Saturday after
nonns nnd training-days were so many let
ters In the nlphahet of in.plness, nnd he
will not lie n bit wnrc lor the trip, but
yniirger genilerand more human.
nine nt tinys; till the writer was tlx-
teen years old be never a deacon, tli.it
he co'uldn't tell him as quick as lie could a
qulrrel. Sometimes thev were tall anil
thin, but often stout, nnd nsthe papers have
It, "prominent members nt society meas
ured from the second vet button to the
small of tho back I Hut they were always
gray, and sometimes venerable, I used to
wonder if they weru born old, nnd the Idea
nf n young deacon was impn'sib't'. The
locomotive, 1 think has hurried up these
useful servants nf the church, so that ".hey
are sometimes picked before they are quite
rip", and sent forward by an early train.
Take n slrek, dark-h I red, fhirc'-vcsted,
civet-scented, s im-wnl ted man in n cut
nwaj , nnd switching bis patent-leathers with
n rattan, anil you nave a denenn that would
h'story. Hut "ho may be a cantaVlcaeofi
fnr all that, only in disguise.
1UCOAOF. ANI ntOOAOn-MASTKUS.
The mote you travel the less you carry.
The novice begins with two trunks, a valise
a lint-box and an umbrella. He jingles with
checks. lie haunts the baggngo-ear, like 11
"perturbed spirit " lie ends with n small
kn ipsaek, nn overcoat and a linen duster.
Hoom, collar, wri-tbands, he docs himself
up in paper liko a curl, lie is ns clean
round tho edges ns the margins of a new
bonk. Wo throw nwny a great deal of hag
gage on the life journey that we cannot well
spare: n joung henrt, bright recollections
r childhood, friends ot t lie years unit nre
pone. And so we "fly light," but wo do not
fly well. Let us approach the baggage-nun
witli tenderness. i,et us tender lilm a
quarter, if he In tutu will give iju irtcr to
our trunk. lie I square-built and broad
shouldered Ills vigorous exercise in throw,
ing thing has developed Ids muscles till be
projects like n catapult. It is pleasant to
watch bis plat fill ways, provided you carry
your baggage in your lint. Ho waltzes out
11 gieat trunk nn" its corners till they are
dog-eared ns a srlioot.re.ider. He keeps
carpet-bags in thu air liko a juggler. Will u
one is going up another I coining down.
Hinges of trunks give way. Thero U 11
smell of camphor and pnegnric, und n jin
gle of gbis, and 11 display ot woman's ap
parel. Thev are nil bundled up like nn
armful of fodder, nnd thrust back into the
offending trunk It unit, and a big word tum
bled in nfter thorn to keep things down'
Meanwhile, the tremendous voice ot the I
check-inaner tolls like a bell, "40SD Clcvc
land! 271 Rochester! nnd tho baggage-
car is ns lively with all serts nf baggsge ns
corn in n corn-popper. Ihings come down
bottom side up, like captured mud-turtles
that nro marked "this side up with care!"
They go end over end like ncrnhats. A
ropo" is stretched around fu place of de
struction, to keep tli" crowd that I watch
ing tho entertainment f nm being killed
I bis has nlwnvs seemed to men very touch
ing instance of tho loving kindness of rail
way officials, and yet it is possih e a sparo
end ol tli-it same rope might be used in n
pleasant way to diversify the perfo mances
about that baggngn-car. 'I hey havo I
hope ho isyet alive -nmnddlo baggage-man
nn the Chicago, Hurllngtnn nnd Qiiney
Railroad, lie is very feeble, Unco hewn
1 lie champion giotind tumbler of the West,
hut now he was (ho galloping eiinumpllnn.
Ie is a melancholy idicctncic, but he is 11
model of hi kind. The baggage moies
quietly nbout lilm, nnd yet the trarsfer is
made rapidly nnd on lime There Is only nnc
thing that prevents Ids promotion hi be
ing made Inspector ol baggag .iiienfrnugh-
out the country, with n commission to travel
and vlit tlicni all. It is thl: quick con
sumption i! not contagious. Not one ot hi
subordinates could possibly catch it,
Tltn SOTK OK INTCnitoaATIOS-,
The? Hint wenrs clothes, nnd gee nvvny
from home by the curs, and afflicts tliot on
diiftnr and the llrakenmn ni d hi traveling
companions he U of recent origin, There
,1s no account of lilm In Job. The Patriarch
had a great many unconif irtal in things
nut ho didn't have 1dm, 1 1 ml he beiui let
!..... ll,arn,,li ll.nl .1 1 ll'.ri..L,.,l V'.-Vll
tinn would have "let tho people go" before
breakfast. His natural die
liet is conduct r
nnd brakemen. but lie will not refuse any
body, lie has told the man before lilm and
the woman behind lilm where he want! to
go, nnd shows Ids tic-Vet nnd his trunk
cluck, nnd aks if this is iho right train,
and if tho th 'ck Is good, and when he will
get there, nnd bnw far it I, nnd whether
ha know s anybody thero, His victim pro
nnuncei the check ginulnc, gets out Ids
"Guide," hunts up Iho place, ascertains llie
distance, tells lilm the time, and doesn't
know anybody there, Tho conductor en
tor, collecting tlekets, and fare, has a
ho vy train, nnd it is only flvo miles to tho
tint station, (f) ninkci for li'tu on sight,
trie! to get him by the1 collar or button or
elbow, nnd tel s him where Iiu want! to go,
.a id shows Ids check, and Inquire! It this
it the rlghi train, and wlim ho will get there,
sud how far It Is. The conductor an.
swers him, nips n spiteful nick out
of his ticket, and hurries on. (?) returns to
his seat, and wnlches for n brnkeinan. Him
00 catches by the coat-tail, and lie asks
him if he Is on the rlht train, and If the
cheak is good, and if lie thinks his baggage
is nbnard, nnd when lie will get there and
how far it l. I ho brukeman has seen lilm
before, nnd I1I1 repliei arc to short for a
weak stomach, but ho tolls him. Tho lust
morsel finislie . ho turn to j ou, nnd he
says, n a wnmm who deliberates nnd Is
therefore lust, "'I think now I m on the
w rong train. I thnnght so a I the while,
nnd then ho tells you whero ho want! to go,
nnd shows you Id check, and asku you if
you think it is pond (at the trunk, and how
far It is, nnd when he will get there, nnd
you tell him. Tho conductor returns, ho
makes n grab at him, nnd he want! lilm to
toll him when ho will get there, and who
keeps tho best house, nnd how far it Is from
tho Depot, nnd whether that Is really the
besthouso or soinu other, nnd whether lie
ne.mt three o'clock in the forenoon or af
ternoon, and the conductor doesn't tell
A TIIIDCTI". TO COMnt'CTOOS.
There is 11 poor joke, past tho (trace of
saltpetre, that nn cent undent conductor
will save u few hundred dollar! a year more
than his salary, and thero Is nn imp, eislon
abroad In m my minds that conductors tike
t stealing ns Dogberry got his reading nnd
writing naturally. When It come! to that
n couple of Itullway Directo and a Prcl
dent or Iwn have been known to steal more
money than nil tho conductors in the United
States together ever misappropriated. A
conductor, if di-honest, is not n rogui" be
cause lie Is n conductor, o- 1 conductor bc
causoho i n mtruo. As a clus. conductors
nro a honorable ns lawy r, p yslcisn",
bankers, while they run far greater ricks
nnd havo fnr m re tn try their patience thnn
tho mnney-cliangen and professional Ron
tlcmmjust named. Go from Piovldence
to the Gulden Gate, and. ns .1 rule, it is the
conductors who treat you with the mo-t
cnurtsy and kindness, step aside from the
ling 1. f their official duty to gratify your rea
son ilile wishes and render you comfortable.
And not for you only, but for hundreds of
tbous indsof strangers who ride upntluir
trains. To them, generations ol nun and
women only live from eighteen to twen'y
four hours They pass on, nnd nre seen no
more. 1 lit dr.rlng t nso hours tho enn 1 ie
tor bus bum in nature under n microscope
lie tlbcuver- things nhnut penp e that they
themelves had only guested at He dis
cern trait that their nelglibwrs never de
tected. The average conductor is a brewd
man. He reads faces like a book, and re
member them uIivhvs.
QUrK'.t TlttNOS SESK AND IIKAIID.
Vt ben .1 man travels, what nia'crlal bag
g ige he t ikes Is imm iterial, but he leaves
behind 11I11111 great deal of mental and moral
impidmenta. There Used to be a say ng
milling Ihe traders to Sants Fr, "If there
is any dog in a man he will show it out on
tlie trail." During the war. people going
to the front were astonished to learn what
manner ,f people some of their nearest
neighbors redly were. It Is so In the world
on wheel. Men nnd women show out won
derfully. Hut whatever you put on to go
11 journeying, even to thai new silk hat. if
you must, never put on airs. They nre al
together too gnuzy to 1 e warm In w'inter, or
dieent in summer. .Many a womin has
told you, w ithout intending It, that the en
tertainment she regarded with sueli mea
sureless contempt is better than nnjtling
sue eer encountered nt Home. ITntlies
have become transparent ns window glass.
'I hey utterly 'aib d as r. disguise.
tliywWuV'OTiV'S.'.. ?" a milwny train,
yourself watching an old fishlon d man
with an ancient hat that was beaver in its
time. He takes it oil and holds it in his
lisnd. You wonder how it has conin tn
look so like it" owner. It has a character,
nnd the character Is the man's. 'I ben the
heavy rol of his coat-collar, with a pad
ded look, r mind you n' the picture of
George the First, the Last nnd the All-the-Time.
to wit: Gr urge Washington. You
think G. W.'s face is much liken tin lan
tern with no holes lnC" let out the light,
und about as is it prof inily, or what l it?
about as tupid a face a there I going.
To be sure, it has n solid look, and so hat
n round of beef. You look up just then,
and yonder in the corner facing you sits a
man of sixty, fr.'fty.Octoberisli, square face,
double-chin, hair long and curly, pleasant
eyes, all surmounted by n ban.-iiMirimmed
hat. You start at the resemblance ; it is as
much like llenjnmln Franklin, printer, as
one picture is liko another. Then you
wonder what that lady over across the aisle
is trying to get out of that bottle w ith a
knitting-needle You watch, and sho spears
nway till she brings out a little pickle.
You notice a couple whispering nnd gig
gling, nnd making object of themselves
generally, and you m irvel whv, when young
married "people" travel in the cars by sun
light, they d in't let the honeymoon set or
change or something The train stop at a
station among the pine you nre on a
Wisconsin road nnd Utile girl (on e tn
your window with small clu tcrs ol winter
green lierrle, sit oft' '.'ith a few glos,v
lenvi s. You buy a fresh woodsy taste nf
spring, nnd then follow the girls nway to
their humble homos among the sand-lull,
and fancy how they live and what they
hope. Tho train halts at a station in Mary
land you are on ihe train f 0111 Washing
ton tn New York and dukv liny and
maiden bum nn the shady fide of humani
ty, swarm around with neat little paper
boxes, with a layer ol fried oisters, looking
ns light nnd lri-y ns your grandmother's
fritters. The ivory smiles nre very pleas
ant to see, and befure you know it you
humming "Way down In Alabama," and
sorrowing that some of the sweetest n.elo
dies in the world since the daughter of
Judsli hung their harps on the willows
liquid have dropped out of fashion liko
lead down a shot-tower, and wondering
what poet, what liiMnriun, wil' ct pre
serve tile legend nnd fng of the 1l.1t s of
the Old Plantation. Thet you wander
wav to llnlv Land, and cnnider whir pun
ishment sluill e meted nut tu tho man who
ha just been telling u and want! tn bo
thanked fur it that the trees those 'ewish
girls hung their harps on those sweet
vnieed girls, with t"c b'ue-blncH hair,
were not willows at nl1, but "poplar. I"
O'd fashioned people cdl tliem "puppies '
Knnrv 'i singer li tnglng her harp on 11 pup
pie! ' Then there I now nnd then a lady
uti 1 ba limit nf petroleum fortune retlnc
lie nl. w ho spenk of a poplar- ree as a
"p pillar," much as it she sliou'd fancy
lb it nglneer Is n suit of corruption "f "m
d) nicer AH the-e things nre dreadful,
but a pnpplcdiung harp is worse. The
train pull up nt it station In Virgini -, tnl
a ban f 1 t girl appro ichc yon with (lowers
tn sell (rjgrnnt msgnnllas, nnd the mint
graceful und grnteiul ulle Ing of all, nnd
you fall tn thinking If anything so beautiful
! will ever be nameil niierynu, m mug-
nulla ws afler that Professor Magnol
tlnppy Magnol The flowers should grace
Ids laldit in 'the falret of whllo marble.
Now you pass llirni gb the apple rg on of
New Yo k, and the chestnut wood of
Ohio. You knnw both, by the swarms of
sin ill Buckeyes hearing chestnuts, and the
hits of Hxceldnr loaded with Greenings nnd
ll ildw n .
So nil (bete trlfl s beguile Iho wav, keep
the mcntiil watch from runu ng ill n in
your pocket, tin II the brake man cams bis
supper by tilling you whore you .can get
yours, n he shouts through , lie car, ' La
1'nrte! Twenty minute for supper,!" And
tho writer does not earn even n luncheon
by stating the fact that (ho traveller will
find n well tadep a tablu awaiting him
there ns snvwhero on tho line between
Albany oud Chlcsgo.---?n, F. Tty1r,