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tURTAIN CORNICE!) OF BLACK
Walnut, or nil Gilt. made to order. Cur
tain Rings, Tussels ana Cords. DKAKUOHN'S
C1IIOW OASES. CORNER. CLOCK
J and Manttn Shelves mado to order, wlth-l
nam or luouiueu ougos. jiiiai;iii;ib sawcu in
dttrurcnt stl01 nt DEARbORN'S
ATKW MOULDINGS FoTf "iIOTUHK
Xl Framing, i;hromos, Lithographs, und
Engravings nt DEARiORN'S
p N. MEHIUAM'S
PERFECT FITTING SMUTS.
PATTERNS CUT TO MEASURE.
J7 N. MERRIAM'S PERFECT FIT
li. TING SHIRTS. Tho most comfortable,
durable and economical. JcSTdly
ECKER IIROS. UNRIVALLED II
ANO FORTES, pronounced tho tlucst In
tho world. Warranted for seven years.
(). II. M o r n II O U S K,
Opposite Central House - RUTLAND, Vr.
RUTLAND MANUFACTURING! COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN SKAT CHAIRS, BED
STEADS AND CHAIR .STOCK.
Comer of West, and Forest His,
1.. Ai w OOP, Agt. O. c. Hcoolks, Treas.
J " W. KINO,
Manufacturer and wholesale and retail dealer In
SASH, DOORS, IILINDS,
MOtl.DINOS, I1HACKKTS, AND IIOt.'SF. Ft'H
OK KVFHY PFsTRIlTlON.
Fi'ksack Stiibkt, RCILANII, VT.
Orders by mall or otuervt Iks promptly atlend.
LINCOLN IRON WORKS.
Marble Mill and Hoisting Machinery of the
mast Improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings nnd (,'eneral ma
Steel and Iron Wire Hope at Manufacturer's
Rutland, vt., May l,im. maj ldtf
c(tvu.non ash vhacticai. hi. a run,
He Is prepared to do all work promptly and
well. Orders can bo lelt at J. E. (11) hn's store
on Merchants' How, or at tho llardwoll House.
Itrerr neen Hockwood Ilarrett, Rutland : L. M.
Mason, President of First National Hank, De
troit, Michigan; Hon. J. M. .Marvin, Saratoga
E E K S & R A R II E R
AT NO. 1, OPERA HOL'SR 1H.OCK,
Keep a full assortment of the following
HOUSE FURNISHING (iOOI)S.
FRENCH CHINA WARK,
HILVl'.U l'LATKD WARE,
TAINTED TOILET SETS,
TASSELS AND CORDS.
LAMPS AND LANTEUS,:
Wholesale and Retail,
LAMP CHIMNEYS and BURNERS,
Wholesale and Retail.
MATTRASSES and LOtTNGES, and
mayldtf DONE TO ORDER.
Q.ROVER & RAKER'S IMPROVED
SHUTTLE AND ELASTIC STITCH,
SEWING MACHINES, fc, At.
At E. N, MERRIAM'S.
SCRAP IRON AND STEEL, OLD
Marble Saws and Currency taken la ex
change for Nails at tho
mayldsm RUTLAND NAIL WORKS.
West of Lincoln Iron Works
POINTING. SelMnking l'cnrl Press.
Now and valuablo Invention. Evjry busl-
ness man snould have one. Presses and Outtlts
from 10 upwards. Sendstamp for Catalogue of
Presses, Type, cuts, cic. jiui.oisu t tu., 11
Kllby street, Boston. nugMdiwCm.
J R. DYER,
NO. 15 MERCHANTS' HOW,
Iron and Lead Pine. Portable and stationary En
srlnesj HotaryStcain, Force and Cistern Pumps:
Leather and Rubber boltlm.-: Rubber Hose and
Packing: Rubber Overcoats, Gloves and Mil
ieus; nwumuuu naicruaugus; viuier, nteain
and (las Fittings, and Fixtures, all kinds ; Flax
ami isoapsiono i-acKing; i;ouon vt asiM, riiiino
STEAM, WATER AND (IAS FITTING
iwno at short notice, anil at prices adapted to
Rutland, May 1, 18T3 niyldOm
TEAM STONE CUTTER COMPANY,
Hole proprietor!) and manufacturers of the
STONE CHANNELING OR QUARRYING MA
For cutting stone Into various sliw nnii;dl
IN ALL KINDS OF QUARRIES.
omen and Bitorn,
JOHN W. CRAMTON, Pros't.
GEORGE K. ROYCE, Treas.
CHARLES CLARK. HeCV.
GEO. J, WARDWF.LU Supt.
0 PRINTERS AND PUI1L1SHERH.
Tho GLOBE Paper Co., hating duplicates of
tho following articles offer them for salo at low
Steam Engine, suitable for running presses,
Hoe Card Press,
Smith Hand Press
Ono Rule Mllorlng Machines,
And numerous other artlclos used In a Printing
FREE FROM ALCOHOL.
Dit. J. Wai KEn'a California Vinkoai: Bittkhs
are n purely vegclnblo preparation, mado
chiefly from tho native h :rbs found on tho low
er ranges of the sierra Nevada mountains of
California, (helmed Iclunl properties of which are
extracted thciefrnm without tho uso of Alcohol.
Tho question Is almost dally nsked, "What Is
the causoof the unimrnlleled success of Vink
(Iaii BiTTKiisj'VOur answer Is that they removo
tho caso of disease, and tho patient iccovers
his health. Theynro tho great blood purltler
and a lirc-glvlng principle, a pel-furl Renovator
and Invlgorntor of tho system. Never before
In tho history of tho world has a medicine been
compounded possessing tho reinarkablo quali
ties of ViNhUAR Bmsiuslij healing tho sick of
any disease man is l.clr to. They are a gcntlo
Purgative ns well as Tonic, relieving Conges
tion or Inflammation of the Liver and Visceral
Organs or Bullous Diseases.
WALKER'S CALIFORNIA VINKOAR
acton all theso cases In a singular manner.
By purifying tho Blood ttioy removo tho c luse,
and by resolving away tho effects of the Inflam
mation (tho tuborcular deposits) tho atlccted
Darts rocotie health, nnd 11 neimnnent euro Is
IF MEN WILL ENJOY GOOD HEALTH,
let them Use Vinehaii Bittt.ks as a medicine,
and avoid the use of alcoholic stimulants In
(I HATEFUL THOUSANDS
proclaim Vinkiiah Ilimius tho most wondeiful
Imlgnrnnl thatever sustained the sinking sys
tem. NO PERSON CAN TAKE THESE BITTERS
uceordltig in dliictlnus and remain long un
well. Tirol llleil their buries nm nnt t!n.trn tut hv
mineral poison or other means, and vital organs
"inn-u mvuiiii it'iiiiu.
which ure bo lneialent In the i.illeis of our
gieat rliers Inroughoul the United states,
esp. chilly those of tho Mississippi, Ohio, Mis
souri, Illinois, Tennessee, Cumui-i land, Arknn
sas. Red Colorado, llrao-, lllo Grande, Pearl,
Alabama, Mobile, S.iininmh, Rounoke, James,
and mnny otliers, whh their vast tributaries,
throughout our entire country during the
summer anil Autumn, and remarkablv so dur
ing seasons of unusual heat ami dryness, are
Ininrlably accompanied iiv extensive derange
ments or the stomach nnd llier, mid othorub
ilomlnal viscera. In their treatment, a purga-
11, v. 1-Ai.i uii 11 hji,uiiui iiiuueiieu iilHm lueso
in rious organs. Is esseutlalli nccessarv. Tliere
Is no catliartlu lor the nirpose ripi.il 10 Dr. J.
Wai kkii's Viskhau Birri:us. ns lliey will speed
ily remoie tliu ilark-colored viscid matter with
which the bowels are l.i.iilcil. nt the same time
Mlmulatlng the secretions of theliier, and gen
erally restoilng lh" heilthy fiincllonsof thodl-
FORTIFY TRE BODY AGAINST DISEASE
by purifying all the fluid-, with Vinkuih it-
ti:ks. No epidemic can take hold of thesvstem
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION,
head-aehe, pain 111 the shoulders, coughs, tight
ness ui nit- eiusi, inzincs-, sore eruciaiions 01
Ihe.MNV'f! Iv'! ''yf.o lath" mnuih, bilious nt
taCkH, jialpUalTon 01 tllil bean. lini..U..,"J.
the lungs, pain In tho legion of the kldnejs,
nnd a hundred other painful svmploms are off
springs of dyspepsia. One bottle will provo n
better guarantee of Its merits than a lengthy
M'HOl'TLA, OH KING'S EVIL,
while swellings, ulcers. Erjslpclas, swelled
rlalalfectlous, old sores, eruptions of l!io skin,
sore eyes, etc. In these, ns In all other consti
tutional diseases, Walkf.u's Viskhii Bittkus
have shonn their great curatho powers In the
most obstinate nnd Intractable eases.
FOR INFLAMMATORY AND CHRONIC RHEU-
.! A 1 I."-.11,
gout, blIious,'remltlentiiinl Intermittent fevers,
diseases of tho blood, llier, kidneys and blad
der, these bitters havo no equal. Such diseases
uro caused by vitiated blood.
l'eroous engaged In paints nud mineral--, such
ns plumbers, typo-setters, gold-beaters and
miners, as they advance In life, are subloci to
paralysis of the bowels To guard against this,
tako a dose or Walkkk's Vjnfoak Bittkus occa
sionally. FOR SKIN DISEASES,
eruptions, tetter, salt rheum, blotches, spots,
pimples, pustules, boU,carbunc les,rlng-worms,
scald heads, soro eyes, erysipelas, Itch, senna,
dlscoloratlonsof tho skin, humors and dlsoases
of tho sklu of whatever name or nature, are
nieruuy uug up anu carnea out or in- system
In a short time by tho use of these Bitters.
PIN, TARE AND OTHER WORMS,
lurking In the sj stem of so many thousands, are
effectually destroyed and remoi ed. No system
of medicine, no vermifuges, no anthelmfnltlcs
iu tin- imi mem iroiu worms iiko these jm
tcrs. FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS,
lh joungorold, murrledor single, at tho dawn
of womanhood, or tho turn of life, these Tonic
Bltfrs display so decided an Influence that im
provement Is; soon perceptible.
CLEANSE THE VITIATED BLOOD
whenover you And Its impurities bursting
through thu skin in ptmplos, eruptions or sores,
cleanse It when you Unci It obstructed and slug,
gish In tho veins; cleanse it when It Is loul;
jour feelings will tell you when. Keep the
blood pure, nnd the health of tho system will
11. II. MeliOXAI.H .1- CO.,
Callfornlu, nnd corner of Washington nnd
1,1 uui:inin 111111 i.L'jii-iai .11:1-111.1. oiiu riunuiiiu.
Liiaiieston sirens, N.
SOLI) BV AM. OKfliOISIS ANI1 PKAI.KRS.
Oct, 5. iliw eom ly
JUTLAND MARHLE COMPANY,
Wlllll.KSAI.K DKAI.KItS IN
HI.OOK & SAWED MARHLE
.1, N BAXTER, Sort. WI'.ST RUTLAND, Vt
All tho grades of Rutland Marble, In the
Sbftnn Of Slabs Of VaiiOUS thlfkni-uanu rnmtlri-fl
for Furniture, Mantel, and Uocorntlve Work, ns
wellns Cemetery uses; also Cublo Ntock for
Monumontnl nnd Building punwses, Including
Bases, Strips, and Posts, may bo found on our
yarn m nil nines.
Our extcnslvo arrangements for tho produc
iiuu oi jiiaiHiu, in uiu uj ui iiiarryiug .
chlncry, and Milts comprising thirty-two ga
of saws, place us In position to supply tho
wants of tho Trade. Wholesale and Rotall
Dealers, Builders, Furniture-Men, and gen
oral Manufacturers will find It to their Interest
to favor us with incir oruers.
RUTLAND MARBLE CO,
mAnn Wn .nil rinmilann'a Tn in
X Prlntcts and Stationers at neuutson's
lunrvi wnoiesaie pneos.
' gwdc rArcn co.
toi'fjs and Sin HVim.
J)UNN i: CRAJITON,
Manufacturers of all kinds of
nnd dealer In
PLANISHED, BRITANNIA. JAPAN. GLASS
AND WOODEN WARES
of every description.
BROOMS, BRUSHES AND BASKETS,
and a general assortment of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
special facilities for Jobbing all kinds of
TIN AND GLASS WARE.
tw" All kinds of iimrKU luken In exchange for
SO. 11 MERCHANTS' ROW.
Rutland, VI., Muj 1, 1S. injldtf
E M O Y A I. .
S. G. stale), of the late linn of Stnley A Lip
plneott, lias removed bis business from No. 37
Center .St., to No. 18 Merchants' Row, where he
has formed a Copartnership with Messrs. Dunn
x Crainloii, under tho firm name of S. G. staley
vl'o. He will bo pleased to see nil of his old
customers, and as many new ones ns will favor
him with a call
S T A L E Y V CO.,
No. W, MKKCII INTS' ROW,
STOVES AND HOT All! FURNACES.
Tim tiieivarl nnd New American Cooking
Sloies, lor both wood and coal, constantly on
band. Manufacturers of and dealers In
COPPER. TIN AND SIIEET.1RON WARE.
P L U -M li INI.
ii .ill Its branches,' llalh Tubs, Wider Closets
l.llsilllil l llir.l.i 'iiniiif. uiwi iiiuuk."' .
i IN HOOFING AND JtHllllNG
Of ull kinds nromntlv atlendeil to. Nono but
skillful nnd nilnblo workmen employeil.
ai.i. wmiK ir.i inn. tv.k
iiKMKMiimi, 3 immis ohtii ni'iitKorKiu iioiwb
V V, s .
CELEBRATED FARMERS' AND MECHANICS'
COOK S T O V E S ,
WITH ELEVRAIKD OVENS,
are now being mado at tho
Also four sizes of
FLUTED II OX STOVES.
Theso Stoves, belnir mado of tho Plttsford
Charcoal Iron, will out last any other htorrs
made, and w 111 be sold as low as stoles mado
of hard coa Iron. Apply to.
nuiWd3in PiTTSionn, Vr.
ARM FOR SALE.
The subscribers offer for salo their farm, sit
uated about two miles from tho village of Bel
lows Falls, on tho Chester road, well known
JOHN CLARK FARM,
Containing about threo hundred nnd llftv acres
of land; two dwelling houses, threo barns and
two tenant houses, near the railroad track.
The tenant houses are now. Tho largo farm
nouso nas uecn thoroughly repaired and paint
ed, with new piazza In front and end, now from
fence, all tu tint most substantial and tasteful
manner, making it a desirable residence.
Nearly tnrec-fourtns of a mile of now water pipe
from a never-falling fountain sunnlles all the
OVER TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
lias been cxnended within tho nast two vearp
on buildings and fences, besides tho tenant
nouses, -inu mnu is aaapieu io me raising oi
nil kinds of crops. Some Hfty ncres nro won
adapted for tobacco. Tho land Is now under u
good state o( cultiiatlon, by having been fed
out n large amount of hay and grain tho past
iivu years, wiiicu lias uecn urouglll on luc
place, besides Hint which tho farm has pro
duced. Tho eastern lino Is tho Connecticut
rlier and I bo farm laying wesleily, divided Into
pasiuro ami unngo land, wnn a suincient SU
ply of wood for tho premises, situated soneiii
tho village of Bellows Fulls a vllingo growing
more rapidly than nny place within the state,
and with Its unlimited water power, w inch If
fast being Improved, mast continue to Incrensc
In n still larger proportion In the f uturo innkei
11 the most desirable farm In theso parts. Pos
session given Immediately, except tho mill
yard, and Hint In one year. Inquire of Iho sub
scribers on tho premises; or Joseph Wilson,
llrm of J, Wilson & Co., nciir Iho ik'iiot ; or Wil
der & Hopkins, ut West Rupert, Vt,
WILDER & HOPKINS.
Bellows Falls, May 1, tS73.
PASTURE LAND IN PITTSFORL
For sale or rent, one hundred and twenty
live acres of fine PASTURE land located ono and
ono-hnlt miles from Plttsford Village. Address
or call on K. 1'. HITCHCOCK, under National
Bank of Rutland, Rutland, Vt. Mayltf
TI1AGS. Wo lmvo now In slock an nssort
X meat of Dennlson's Patent Direction
Labels nnd Merchandlso Tags, which wo will
sell nt manufacturer's prices.
Wo liavo also n, good stock of " Phillip's So-
curlty Hook-Tugs," a very convenient and ser
viceable article for merchants. Among lis ad
vanlagos nro: Goods can bo moro readily mark'
od than by any other means; the tng Is so se
curely locked Hint It cannot becomo detached
from tho goods; no chance of tho tug becoming
dotached from the hook; no points projecting
to tear othor goods or your fingers. They are
safe, strong and cheap. Call and examine
mem. GLOBE I'AI'ER CO,
lK.isrniT.n Tt.,v. i n ...,.,in i..
X thO UnltOd States, nrn miir-h sunnrlor to
Fober's, and aro sold at lower prices. Try
OLOBE rAPRTt 00.
RUTLAND, VT., MONDAY
J" & T. ('ADEN,
Wholcalo and Retail Dealers In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED FRUITS, PICKLES, Ac,
GLASS, EARTH EN WAR KJ
AND FANCY OOOD1.
Also, Dealers In
DRY GOODS, SHAWLS, DRESS GOODS,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, AC, AC
An assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS '
Constantly on hand.
AGENTS FOR MAIL STEAMERS TO AND
Si"DRAI'TS FOR ANY AMOUNT ON THE
RANKS OF ENGLAND. IRELAND. SCOTLAND
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN STS.
p E T E R H I.' N T E R ' S ,
M A I N S T It E E T ,
Is tltn place to buy
SI'GARs, i K. I OFFERS, BUTTER, CHKKSIS,
FISH, of nil kinds, ORANGES, LEMONS,
FIGS, CANNED FRUITS,
nt lower juices than nny other place In town.
Tiy It and be conilnced.
MAIN STREET, (East side.)
Q R E E It T U R N E R
SUfi All UEFIXIXU OO.VI'AXi',
M W.M.I, STREET, NEW YORK,
Offer for sale all the various grades of Retlned
sugar of superior Quality nt tho Lowest Market
Prices. A superior quality of White sugar tor
Confectioners lis,.. Also,
WHITE COFFEE A,
COFFEE EXTRA 0,
JAnil the lower grades of
I' ; . I, 0 II' .S' U O A 11 .
Orders to be addressed lo our ofllco in New
York, 76 Wall street. Cor. Pearl.
Parlies ordering to barrels can haie them as
sorted. Teums Thirty days, or Cosh In days, less
4 per rent, discount.
E. 0. BAXTER,
U L T ON MA R K E T,
DUNTON tc IIAYWARD
All kinds of Meats, Fish, Vegetables and
r runs in ineir season.
Klngsley ft Sprague's Block, Merchants' Row.
O L 1) R E I) STORE.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
.OSING OUT SALE
NO. W, MERCHANTS' ROW.
I am not going to Colorado.
I MEAN BUSINESS.
1 lbs. of fair tea, for $1.00.
!t lbs. of Oolong ton, 00 ccutn.
3 lbs. of Hyson ten, 00 cents.
II His. of Young Hyson tea, 1.00.
Other tens, 05, 40, no, (iO, 70, 80, 1.00,
1.10, 1.20, per lb.
Any ono buying tlvo pounds, for cash, of the
tenssold for one dollar and upward, will re
ceive fifty cents deduction. All other good? In
J. E. GLYNN.
Rutland, Sept, mil, 1S73. dim
fllEAS, front 50 cents to 91.75; also liesli
X Ground I OFFEE, nt,
II. W. .SIAK-SHAI.Li'S
mayldA-wiy Corner of Grovo and West Sis
"WATTY'S NABOB PICKLES.
X) Crosse k Blackwell's Pickles, Halford's
Worccktrnihlre Sauce, Nabob Sauce, In fact
neaily nil kinds of English Pickles can be round
Ub II ' ?! AllSIIAl.ltn
17LK HORN it MAGNOLIA FLOUR
jjj very choice, for salo nt
inayldAwly B. W. MARSHALL
TTETERINARY. F. C. Wilkinson's
Y Great English Cough Pow ders, for Horses
only, A sure caso for Coughs, Colds, Swelling
of the Glands, Boro Throat, Epidemic, Catarrh.
Horso All, nnu all diseases, of tho Turonr unu
These powders are sate ut all times, biing
frco frem poisonous Drugs. ITcpared by F, c.
WILKINSON. Vertinary Surgeon, Clareraont,
N, 11. For solo by C. P, WING, agents for Rut-
MORNING, OCTOBER 0,
(Ovorc vies & rcu'feiou5.
HOOTS AND SHOES
WITHOUT REGARD TO COST,
1 7 .
10 MAKE ROOM.
4 7 .
THE STOCK WILL BE .SOLD AT
As I am bound to
t? It 0 S E IT OUT
PREVIOUS TO 0CT0BF.lt l.vrn.
I 7 .
J T . P II U I! H A R D ,
RANTER NATIONAL RANK,
11. IlKNllY llAXTKIl,
II. F. Loiuum,
.1. N. RAXTF.K,
T. W. Paiik,
GEO. E. ROVCF.,
Gkoiiiif. It. HoTrrv,
.1. W. CliAMTON',
N. T. M'UAUl'K, -III.
W. C. DUNTON,
W. (', HSilOV.
.Made and lemltted for at Lowest Rules.
ISTKr.F.ST AI.IlWKll ON TIMK IlKI'OslTS.
A general Bulking nnd Es-chunge business
II. HFMIY 1UX1K11, PlOSt. J. N. llAXTKIl, V. lYest.
. Gfokiik R. IIOTTfM, Cashier,
It I! O K E It .
i; iiitoAi' .-tiivfv, w.'ir F(;;'.
stocks, (lovi-rnmentsnnd Goldboughtunil wild
ttf Interest allowed on ib imsRk. m.i) lull f
Wholesale dealer In
CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDY
IMl-OKTKIljAND WIIOLKSII.K HF.At.KH
JCIIINA AND JAPAN THAN
The alteullou of Tuwn Agents, 1'hyslel.ins
and Druggists Is especially called lo our w lues,
as thoy aro unsurpassed for medical purposes,
coming trom ono of thu oldest vineyards In
California. All goods guaranteed pure and sat
isfactory, or to bo returned nt my e.pcnse.
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN, STS.,
(I.andon A Hunloon's Mock,)
:ilutland, vt, myltf
T A L L I N G F O R D
N E W 0 0 0 1) S .
A. HILL & SON
N 1". W
O 0 D
In every iloparltucnl.
V A L L I N 0 Y 0 It D
T5RICIC I Iinvo llvo liumlred thousand
X good hard burned uiorchantablo brick on
hund and for salo on reasonable terms, licaao
chii ana exnmtne, wnrrniited toglvoMttstnc-
lion, w.M, .si, nivLU.
Rutland, August 1, 1W3,
(ClotUinfl & urnisHinrj (Ooorts.
GOODS I NEW GOODS!!
RATES' HOUSE CORNER STORE,
For Full nnd Winter wear.
MENS' HOYS' and CHILDREN'S' SUITS,
All si) lei nnd prices.
BLUE, BLACK A BROWN
SII.VKIt AND CASTOR
All sizes nud si) lei.
T S A N D c:
Of every description.
A P S
LADIES' AND GENTS' TRAVELING BAGS.
jy Save money by buying goods at tho
Bates' llouso Corner Store, 41 Merchants' Row,
corner Center street.
dSW .VASON A JKRKOWSKL
0 L O T II I N G
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
O V E R 0 O A T S ,
All grades fur Mens' and Roys' wear.
Fine Bine nnd Olive
1! E A V E It S U ITS.
DIAGONAL SUITS ALL STYLES,
FANCY CASSIMERE SUITS
of every description.
Goods shown with pleasure and sold at price"
that ilefj competition.
A. O. CUNNINGHAM,
No. n Ckstfk Sr., Oppositetbe Depot.
HUmcvh ami oorts.
A R It O W K A- 31 IT O II E L L,
(Successors to FsKM H A lUKKOWs.
PROSPECTCS FOR 187.').
As we hale worn no dlsgulc-es In the pa-t,e
jome with no promise oi a new sensation. We
shilloiler)iMi no iiinidngly doilsed fables to
tickle j our t.mey, nor take a liesh departure in
unbeaten paths to relieve the monotony ot
truth-telling. Foriicurl) Fifteen Years ne have
held to the same prlmiph's, and we nnd them
all iinwr.ru b the laise of time,;
MILLINERY ANiri'ANCY GOODS
W II O L E SAL E A N D R E TAIL,
;.MI erde entrusted Ui our Calo will be
rnofivri.Y a. Mi c.uiKhTii.r rn.i.t:i.
RARItOWS it MITCHELL.
NO. l MERCHANTS' ROW.
Vatrhrs and jijcwflry.
11 A I L E Y A' P A R M E N T Kdt S
S I L V E HSJIITHS.
We have the largest nnd best assortment nt
Watches ever offered In this market.
In large supply, embracing evcrv variety o
style desirable for Ladles' or Oentlemens' wear.
.1 E W E L R Y ,
In I lelt abundance, and moro coming,
SHAISH ILA1EI1 AST! STSEI, FOK TABUC I'SK.
Ourstfk is large, nnd we sell nt low prices.
S I L V E R GOODS,
HII.VKIt M'OilNS OF Ol'l! OWN MANHKACTFKK.
ROGERS' BROTHERS PLATED FORKS
Tea Sets, Castors, Ac, all the best.
Tont those w ho fsnnot soowell.
A new thing without frames. Very" ileMroble,
Call and see for yourselves at
IIAILKV AND PAHMENTEHS',
II Meiicuant' now,
rpWENTY DOLLARS REWARD
Will bo paid for tho
DETECTION, ARREST AND CONVICTION
6f tub person or persons who, wantonly and
erected to tho
miLllUUU.SU , UlUIUUll-U IUU BUJUU LTCC
memory of iny child In th Catholic
in iui pisco.
nugWdtt PAN rut,
ahc $uthmrt gnUy (Btobc.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1873.
Correspondence of Tho Sun.
THE FUNERAL POSTPONED.
Tours- From llm 1',) es of tlin llurdi-sl
As Intkiiestino Si'KKK ix thk Siui:i,ts
of Salt Lakk Citv Tut: Stoiiv ot
Mu. CitAiii.us Yi'.omans and Poor Lit
Tt.F. I)ick Shot Dkah whim: I'lav
inu with tub Ml'zzi.k or A GttH.
Salt I.aki: Citv, Sept. 2.
Mr. Clinrlon Yrouian Is n character
well-known on the l'nclflo cn.i't. llu went
to California In 1849, knocked around that
Stato for twenty years or more, ami has
finally settled down among thu Miiriiionx.
He keeps popular restaurant nnd reading
room. Cli.nles Is built like a fifty-year old
Adonis Ills lialr curls tight to Ills bead,
and Is parted just off the centre, a la Jim-
Jltqut. Ills features tiro singular, but In
tensely bronzed, lie n saiu io nave oeen
blown up In Cal fornia seventeen times,
and bis checks and chin bear the scars of
these accidents. Tho last time be was
shattered was by the explosion of n loco
motive In Sacramento. It cot Mr. Yco
mans n bole In the check nnd three tobacco
stained teeth, nnd It cost the Central Pa
cific Railroad Compmy $10,000 In pold be
sides the locomotive. Charles Is pigeon
toed and walks like a Piute. Major Wheel
er of the United States Engineers declares
that he has six toes and a bunbm tin each
foot. Ho wears n looso white shirt without
uspenders, a Byron cellar buttoned over
bis collar bone, coral studs, and a great va
riety of llnmlmr neck ties larg enough to
cover tho ground for n Mormon temple,
lie is never seen with a coat or waislcoa ,
and his pantaloons ure so tightly strapped
behind that tho tops of his boots occasion
ally crop "Ut below.
Mr. Yeomnns Is a confirmed bachelor.
Ho sleeps on a cold Iron bedstead in the
garret of his icstaurant, and pities men who
hive fifty wives and nunc or less children
Charles, however, lias an extraordinary de
velopment of pliiloprogenitlvencss. Ills
love for pets Is unbounded. He would ill
cinbowcl a man who kicked bis dog. and
scalp n man who threw a chew of tobacco
at bis pet parrot.
About a year ago some hoiust miner
gave C arley a badger so joung, that it
eyes were "scarcely opened. Yeoman's
sympathetic heatt warmed to the mother
les intant. For week he nur-cd It night
midday. He fi d it from bottle, nvd dan
dled it upon his knee as a father would his
child. "Dick," as lie called the badger,
thrived wondcrfu ly. lie reciprocufd Char
ley's ntlcction, nnd' looked up to him a a
child would to a f.tlier. He (the badger,
not Charles) was about two feet broad,
three feet long, nnd three inches high. As
he stood upon the Moor he looked like a
stuffed coon that had been run through n
One day Yeonnns brought home a basket
of egg. As soon ns his back wa turned
the thin little orphan clambered into the
basket, slicked a doen of the eggs, smasli
ed tho remainder, and raised E Iward gen
erally. Curies wa delighted. Egg-were
high. He culled Dick, but said that it
showed that thu animal bud common sense,
and if be only kci t on, would nuke an ex
cellent Ornnt oflleiiil. After that bo fed
the bjulrur on epjjs. It w,is really nflectinir
to see the mutual confidence existing be
tween tho tender orphan and its benefactor.
Dick luul a bole under ilic bouse, nn-l
morning, noon, nnd night lie crawled out
on tlie sidew alk, nnd waddled into bis mas
ter's restaurant for his little egi. Yeoman
always fed him out of a tumbler, nnd then
spent ten minutes in detailing the little fel
low's good point lo tho bystanders,
TIIK LITTIX OIlf'llAN's KAKIIOW KSCAI'K.
The badger was frequently sporting about
the door of the restaurant. He was a gen
ei nl favorite. Everybody knew d m. Even
the Mormons degan to like dim. All the
dogs gaie him a wide berth. This was
probably because they knew bo was inti
mately associated witli Mr. Yeomnns. As
twilight spread over the valley of the great
Suit Lake atnl ho stars twinkled upon Hie
Wahsatch peaks, Charles shut his little
nrotCL'u In a dark closet under the stairs
Dick reciprocated by scratchi g at the uoor
and swearing nil night. .Mr icomnn
customers were delighted with the music
When they said they were do ighted Mr.
Yeomnns always asked them if they wouldn't
take something, and they invariably accept
ed the imitation.
One day Dick was skirmishing in front of
the door, and fell into the crystal ingating
ditch dividing the sidewalks and tho main
street ot Salt Lake Citv. i he current
carried him beneath a long horse-block
briduing the stream. Charles was terribly
excited. Ills favorite's danger gave htm
tliu strength of a Samson itli a power
fill cH'ort I e raised Iho hor-e-blook and res
cued the lively orphan from n walety grav e.
Y conians was sick lor a week, lie said it
wits not the ovcr-exertii n, but Dick's sud
den danger that caused bis illness. I hud
almost forgotten to say that do was a l'ytb-
agorenn, nnd a firm believer in iiietenijisy
chosi. Tin; ALARM.
Seven days ago a stranger rushed into
tliu restaurant. He was out of breath
"Charley." he gasped. "Dick's shot."
Yeoman's blood curdled witli lioiror.
Great mackerel," be exclaimed, "you don't
nit ..... Where l !.,.'-"
ITn hiek if tho Ponsl tullon Iimld nir
up u.uk oi mo i onsiuuiion ounuint,
near the I'li-opcratlve institution," answer
ed the stranger. "Some fi ller shot 'iui. 1
saw him a takln
l'oor Charles waited to dear no more.
Ills heart was in Ids throat. Hallos and
coutiess he dashed for the Constitution
building. In the yard buck of it stood a
group of hays nnd girls gazing In the gra-s, ;
One look. It was Dick's dead body. Tears
filled the eyes of the bereaved tush.
"Who killed him?" ho ciied. "Where j
Is tho man? Tell me, children, who killed I
"The nian'tli up to the blaeksmlih'th
shtore," lisped one of tho little girls. I
Awnywint Charles for tho b'acksmith's
shop, with the dead badger nnder his arm,
followed by the troupe of amazed children.
'I hey pointed out the murderer. He win a
brawny-looking inu ii,with whiskers all round
"Did i on kill this badger? ' Charles do
manded. "Why, Is that what yon call It?" answered
the astonished Mormon. "Well, I should
never uv thou, lit that wuz n dadgcr. I
never seen ono before. Ef I'd a knowed
it wuz u badger, I wouldn't a shot It, You
see It wuz a crawlin' nroti d In the grass
an u gruwlln', an tho fust thing I knowed I
heered the wimniin a scri'iunin' an n squal
llu', nn 1 went over fur to see what thu
matter wuz, when I seen this here thing in
the grass, I (bought 'twuz sutbin' wild, un I
run fur n Enfield i lllo what 1 got. When
I cum back, ho tuk dorrcl of tho riilo into
Ids teeth, nn I tliotlein. That's the way It
"Yon cursed Mormon fool," "Yeoniuns
said, while the tears ran down Ids chcccki,
"ho only wanted lo play with you. 'I hat
"Well," responded tho stranger, ,'cf d
uv knowed that ho only wanted toplay with
mo. ! wouldn't nv shotlcm. You sec them
tlicro wlimntn they wuz a niualin' an u,
n-rcauilu', an I didn't know but"
"Oh, you didn't know," broke lo Charley, 1
l'JUOE TIIKEK CENTS.
still weeping. ''Hnvu you got n double
"No," llii Mormon replied, "I hain't got
notliln' but this here Enfield rifle."
'Well," s id tho grief-stricken mm.
'I'll tell you what to dd. Yon just go and
borrow n big double-barreled shot gun, nnd
put a half a pound of shot In cneli barrel,
nnd como do-n lo my place and I'll show
you a little ennnry bird bunging up by the
door you can shoot that And then I'll
take you around the corner and show n lit
tle pet lamb nnd you can shoot that. And
there's a little squirrel down tho street inn
wheel mnybo you'd like to shoot that I"
THK IIKAl) nonr.
So saying, tho Indignant man gathered up
poor Dick's remains, wrapped lliein in it
sheet of brown paper, nn l Marled down Iho
street with the bund e tiuder bis arm. That
night Dick's dead body Inv behind the door
of Iho restaurant Yeomnns wn inennso
lablo. Men fame Inlo the railing room
nil smiles, but Charles was as tad as
"Do you remember poor little Dick." he
would say, "that used to bo pin) ing around
Ibo saloon hero a little pet badger?"
"Yes. I remember h m."
"Well, there be is behind thu door.
"Yeomnns would continue In n broken
voice. "Somo gingerbread headed Mor
mon shut him. You know bow be ued to
waddle in every night and tako bis little egg
like a human ah, it's rough to think that
he's dead I He was one of the nicest little
fellows, too such a great curiosity. You
known you hardly ever see a tnnie'b nlger.
I never saw ono define this myself (draw
ing n long sigh) nb, it's tiilglTty tough to
think that he's dead!" Ti clears would start
afresh. "Tnke a drink ! Take a drink!" he
added, while wiping bis eyes.
All In tho room synipathi: ' w'lh Charley
by b king ill inks. 'Ihcy luiL-ii the dead
badger by iiecepting over fitly dollars' worth
of drinks from the herein t-d proprietor.
One l.i iiilisttno!: out hi- pocket knife and
propoeil to -kin the animal. Me Migge-tcd
that Charley would get it sliill'id and put it
iver Ills bar eouiam (lied up in un in
stant. Ills devotiini to h s dead friend was
absolutely touching. Drawing a Derringer
from l.i- pocket, he aid, "I'll put a bole
bU enough for n k.tngnroo to jump through
in the lirst man that puts the point ofn .utife
1 i I Me .'- skin.
After this scene a man named Ilolliton
went to a siore and bought several yards t f
crape, The door of the reading room was
draped in black, and by 9 p. tn. the restau
rant looked gloomy enough. 1 here was
cun-iderable mirth among the spectators,
but Charles heart was freighted witli woe.
lie never still eu. hlowlv and sadly he
drew nn empty wine box from behind the
counter. It was filled with str iw,. nnd the
corpse laid therein. 'I den Yeoman an
nounced that he would bury his dead friend
in the vnrd back of the saloon at 9 o'c lock
the following morning, lie invited Ins
trionds t be present Never was imiti so
sincere. He seet.ied to think that a load
would be lilted from his mind if be gave his
dead companion a decent burial.
a grand senrntsh.
Recognizing Id grief, hi friend restrain
ed their mirth while in his preenee. They
went lo the telegraph ollice, hoivever, and
sent despatches to Ogden, Alta, a d other
places, inlorniing eouian acquaintances
of the death of Dick, and asking them to
come to the funeral The morning train
brought down Major Wheeler and Hi-hop
Erb and Farr trom Oden, Mid the Hon.
Slandish Iiood, the Hark ness Druthers Col.
I'arlin, mid others from Alia.
By 8 o'clock some th ity persons were
seated about fhecrapo-drapcii leading room
sipping free drink. The dead badger lav
in the wine box a natural us life. Charles
was sobblngly relating incidents ofblsea
recr,wbcn a scraping noise nnd a low growl
was heard at the door. In a second Dick
loped over the th'ehold, nnd walked up to
Charley In his old familiar nj le, 'liming
up bis 'peaked no-e for his little morning
If an earthquake bud occurred, Yeoman's
surpiWc could not have been greater. He
kissed the badger n or a dozen time, nnd
glady filled the tumbler witli yellow yolk.
Dick wns of course delighted, and pitched
in liko n white man.
It turned out that tliere bad been another
pet badger in the city, and that this was the
animal which the much abused Mormon
bad shot instead of Yeoman's. Dick bad
been cavorting about more than usual on
the previous day. The stm was very hot,
and he crawled into bis hole under the
bouse perfectly exhausted. He bad slept
rigid through, making his reappearance in
time for Ids usual morning meal. The het
of the joke 1 that the deud badger was of
the feminine persuasion, nnd none of the
grief-stricken mourners discovered it until
Fkusosai. Dr. ILi.Miaul of liustuti, nt IV
llerwlck House, tor one week. Chronic dl.seusi
eradicated by his powerful vital magnet c treat
ment. Consultation five. ociSilJd
DENN1SON S PATENT SMITING TAI.s.
Over too millions have been used within tin
past ten years, without complalntof loss b Ian
becoming detached. All Express I'oinp.iiili'
uso them. Sold b) Printers and statluier
Evcrywhere. GLOHE PAPER CO. RUTLAND,
June23dwtt Wholesale Agents.
"Oct, Damskii siui!" Tue energetic ex la
matlon of MucUth Is inintally ejuculuted It
every housewife wi.cn coitfii'tited oy the niiitii
fold variety of stains and siwts that uisnure
articles of household ornament nnu Use. Hut
the "spots" lire nut so ea to remove by ordi
nary means. A Utile Sapullo brought luto
limi i) use causes uiem uu ui on tippeur us u nj
inasn, """S 'v mum" "
housewite mind. As eh.np as common soap
and a bundled times mure I'fTectlie
Agents lor till' 'lobe.
II. 1. sillson. Pennington.
II. P. Morgun, Wallliigfotil.
llerbetl smith, Factor) polt-t,
II. s. Hard, Arlington.
M. II. KellO), South Hulllugford.
C. C. Pierce. East I'hil endue.
1-.. .1. CariH-ntir, llruttl-boro.
Glbbs .V. Co., HrunUon.
Di-unison brothers, Plttsford
W. M. Day, Mlddlebur).
Ituius Holt, littstleld.
.1. D. culver, nydevllle.
T. K. Ilorton, Claretidou.
D. P. Feaboily, Pittstord
Alden Co., .Mlitillebui).
11. E. Spencer, butlierldl.il lulls
J, N. luiskell, FulrliKtrn.
A. L. Kellogg, Oastlctoii,
C. .1, Gllnieie, West Rutland.
L. Johnson, Wet Piiwlti.
W, S. lt.isseit, MlilJletoiiii.
James Rice, Pawiet.
H F. Pariuiiitir, .Meelianlesiilb',
D. Iluiton, Mount Roll).
W. W. lltbbiird, Poulinoy.
P llolton, Dauby 4 Comers,
Wlllhim Pierre, Dauby
H. A. Carter, llcnsou,
W II. Hull. Wells,
o. F. Woods, Hiilows Falls.
P. II Hobblns, Chester.
E. H Allen, East WiilllrgruM
Sherman llmHicr. Lu l ow.
Iti-own & Clark, Chlui'iicvn
J, It. I'urtlv. Maiiclit-slcr.
S M Southard. v.-.iiine.
E M 0 V A I.
Haling hiuilo arrangement with Mr. E. N.
Merrlam nt No. is Mtrchants' Row, tooccupi
the same store with him, notice Is hereby glu-n
that I Have removed my stock if
tu that place, where may be Ifamit, at all times,
a Urge Mock at prices nud teim to suit.
tfcall uudcjauilne thorn.
OtOHOK Q. I'Ai
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