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JgNOCH MORGAN'S SONS'
S A 1' 0 I, I O
H k substitute for Soap for nil Household pur
poses, except washing clotlics.
S A V O L I O
for Cleaning your Houso wilt save tbo labor of
one cleaner. OlTc it a trial
S A r O L I 0
for Windows Is belter than Whiting or Water.
No removing curtain ana carpels.
S A P O L I O
clean Paint and Wood, in fact tho entire house
better than Soap. No Blopplng. Saves labor.
You can't afford to bo without It.
S A P O L I O
for Scouring Knives U bolter and cleaner than
Ualli nrlck. Will not scratch.
S A 1 O L I 0
Is better than Soap and Sand for pollshll.g Tin.
ware, Brightens without scratching.
S A 1 O L I O
Polishes Brass and Copper utensils better than
Acid or oil ami noiicii mum-.
S A 1' O I. I O
fur Wishing Dishes and Glassware Is Invalid
able. Cheaper than Soap.
S A 1' O L I O
removes stains from Marble Mantles. Tables
and statuary, from Hardllntshed Walls, and
rrom i;niuaaiiu rorcciatn.
S A 1 O I, I O
removes stain and Grease from Carpets ami
(ii iv t woveu launcs.
There Is no one article known thai will do so
many kinds or work, nml do It ns wen, nssn
Iiolto. Tkv ir.
HANI) S A 1' 0 L I 0
a new and wonderfully effective
Tollel Soap, havlngnn eiiual In this
couniry or tioroao.
HAND S A P O L I 0
usnnarllclofor tho Hath, "reaches
the foundation " of all dirt, opens
me pores and gives a neauuy ac
tion and brilliant tint to t lie skin.
HANI) S A P 0 Ii I 0
demises mid lteautltles the Skin.
Instantly removing any stain or
iw'misn irnm uorn nanus onu mce.
1IAN11 S A P O L I 0
ts without a rival In the worlil for
curing or presenting roughness
mid chapping of either hands or
S A P O I, I O
removes Tar, Pitch, Iron or Ink
Mains anil Grease: for woikers In
Machine Shops, .Mines, Ac, Is In
valuable, lor maklne the skin
Whlto and Soft, and el tug to it n
pi'wm oi ueaiity," it. is unsur
passed by any Cosmetic known.
S A P O L I
costs 10 to 15 cents tier cake, ami
evcryuooy anouitl nave ll. I
will like it.
IlONT FAIL TO TItV THEVE HOODS.
Buy It of your inerehant If ho has It or will
procure It for jou. It not, then write for our
Pamphlet, " All about Sapollo," and It will bo
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS,
nusr2lw3in 20 Park Place, New York.
jjn'EHY DAY BRINGS
S O M E T 11 I N (1 N K W
All those who wish can now have
DELIVERED AT T11E1K HOMES,
SODA AND SARATOGA WATERS,
CELEBRATED SIPHON BOTTLES,
Vs sparkling and as pure as drawn from the
FOUNTAIN AT MY COUNTER.
.Call and examine at
41 MERCHANTS' ROW,
ALHERT w. hiogins,
EW STORE! NEW GOODS!
Mits. H. D. STEVENS,
(Successor to Miss It. Mower.)
Wo'ild respectfully Invite your attention to
COMPLETE STOCK OF (100DS,
which she Is helling at the very lowest price',
ronMstliiguf ' '
LACKS, LACE VEILS, LACE llAItlW,
WOItSTED & WOHSTEI) PATTKItNS
HAMllI'Itn A NEEDLE WOItK,
REAL HAIR SWITCHES & CURLS,
A full l no of
CHILDREN AND INFANT'S CLOTHING.
Jliikont, Fiathtn, Fhieers and at,
And many other things usually kept In a First
FANCY (iOODS STORK.
Please call and examine IbefoitCpurchasIng
THE AUCTION SALE
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ETC., ETC.,
To accommodate Ladles and people from out of
me village, win DOCuuuuea on
SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING,
Oct. 11, at tho Store, Merchants' How,
Tills opportunity should not be allowed to
pads unimproved. These goods will cost more
when this sale Is done. All kinds of goods at
prices greatly reduced during tho week at pri
vate f ale.
GEO. W. CHAPLIN, Jb.
L. DAW-ir, Auctioneer,
HuUand, Oct, . Wi. oeWdWL
$UW.wij una (Boodis.
gARROWS & MITCHELL,
(Successors tn TatHCtt t Bmrtows.
PROSPECTUS FOR 1870.;
As we have worn no disguises In the past,;wo
jomc with no promLso ot a new sensation. Wo
shall offer you no cunningly devised fables to
tickle your fancy, nor take a fresh, departure In
unbeaten paths to relieve the monotony of
truth-telling. For nearly Fifteen Years we have
held to the some principles, and we find them
all unworn by the lapse of time.'
MILLINERY AND FANCY OOODS
W HOI. E S A I. E . A N I) R E T A I L
All eiders entrusted to our.care win be
I'ltnVI'll.y .IAD IWHKFVLt.l' t'll.LKIh
HARROWS Vr MITCHELL,
SO. 21 MERCHANTS' ROW.
II A I L E Y A I' A It M E N T IvR S
S I L V E R S M I T H S.
We have the largest and lies! assortment nt
Watches I'tcr oitered In this market.
In large supply, embracing ru-iy urlet n
Mle ileslrnbli Inr Ladles' or Gentleineos' wear.
.1 E W E I. It V ,
In itch abundance, and more coming.
Hlt.VKH 1IATKI) ANll STKEI., FOK TAULK CSK.
Ourstt-ek Is large, and we sell at low prices.
S II, V E It GOODS.
Stl.VKll SI'OllXS (IF tint OWN MANrPARTI'ltK.
ROGERS' nitOTIIERS PLATED FORKS
Tea Sets, Castors, c all the best.
S P E C T A C L E H
To Ht those who cannot see well.
A new thing without frames. Verv desirable.
Call and seo for yourselves at
I1AII.EY AND PARMKNTERS',
17 Merchants' now.
Wholesale dealer In
CALIFORNIA WINES AND P.HANDY
IMIOKTKK ANP WHOI.KAI.K lKil.KB
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
The attention of Towu Agents, physicians
and Druggists is especially called to our wines,
as they are unsurpassed for medical purposes,
coming from one of the oldest vineyards In
California. All goods guaranteed pure and sat
Isfaetory, or to be returned at my expense.
o r r I c K ,
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN, 8TS.,
(Landou A- Huntoon's Illock,)
Rutland, vt. myitf
BAXTER NATIONAL HANK,
II. llKNIIV llAITKll,
II. F. LOTUKOI',
.1. N. 1IAXTKK,
T. W. Pakk,
Oeo. E. Rovce,
(Ir.oKOK II. llorrm,
J. W. CKAMTON.'
N. T. SnuocK, Jn.
W. C. DCNTON,
W, C, Landon.
Made and remitted for at Lowest Rates.
INTEUKHT AI.IOWED OS TIMK IJIiTOHIW.
A general Hanking and Exchange business
H. Hknrv liAxruit, Prest. J. N. IIaxtkk, V. Prest.
may 1 f,,t"Kll! Rottcji, Cashier.
R R O K E It ,
IT llltOAl) xrilKKT, SEW YOUK,
Stocks, Governments and Gold bought and sold
If" Interest allowed on deposits, mayl Jdtf
Q. R E A T REDUCTION
Tho great excitement now prevailing in nut.
laad Is, whero can a Man, Woman or Child net
the best 1100T OH SHOE for the smallest
amount of money.
Now, citizens of Rutland and vicinity. I claim
And do also state, that I can sell you anythlnir
usually kept In a first-class Boot an d Shoe Store
as cheap, or even cheaper, than can be found
this side of Boston or New York markets.
, P. H. Please call before purchasing else
where, and I think that you will be convinced
(before leaving) that the above statement is
correct. Yours respectfully,
W. K. KOSS.
No. ts, Merchants' Kow, nutUnd, vt.
Storertormerly occupied by French Barrows.
jgURT & SHERMAN
SCO, 000. 00
CHOICEST DRY GOODS
THIS SIDK OF NEW YORK
lie. 11c. lie. lie.
Ginghams, Ity, to He. Pound Prints, ua., yds.
In a pound. Best Feather Tick, use. Ladles
Vests $l.oo, ll.litf . $1 2.1, 11. co, t2.no.
The bet of goods. All sizes.
2,nou YARDS NEW DRESS OOODS
TWENTY-FIVE CENT. COUNTER
and an elegant stock of
II L A O K GOODS.
Herman UM; Hrx"cloth ami l)mXht.
Ill fcliAl I. KlMrlthlm' H,it.lU- ff.M.,,1 t. ,, ,14
cihs nrj ttoous r.siaiiiisiuneni.
HURT & SHERMAN.
Sept. af, ls;a.
JTEW GOODS. NEW GOODS.
KINSMAN A; ross
have now In sinu- large slid tine stuck or
NEW FALL GOODS.
Especial tilteiil Inn Iscalled In our stuck nf
BLACK Al.PACCAS, MOHAIRS,
CASHMERES AND SILKS,
which we are selling at very low prices.
in fact, to make a long story short, we think
any person wishing to purchase Dry Goods, will
Hud It for their 1 nterest to look at our stock be
mrTTHRICK'S '. TTK11SS.
ORIGINAL ONE PRICK STORE.
No. 3, Merchants' Row,
Idly RUTLAND, VERMONT.
GRAND O P K N I N O
PARKHURST A- CO.'S.
We have In store the largest assortment, the
greatest, variety ot DOin
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
FANCY GOOW, NOTIONS and NOVELTIES,
of nny dry goods house In the state, and ask tho
special attention of persons In pursuit of goods
lu our line to our stock.
We have selected goods for the early Fall
trade with great care, and havo bargains in
overy department worthy tho attention of per-
wiifl ii imu lur uuu jirur. our
JACQUELINE CO It S K T
Is giving utiequaled satisfaction. Our assort
In WATERPROOF CLOTHS wo have every
thing desirable, nt prices from tl no to $2.00 per
BLACK SILKS from W.ro to UM
SHAWLS In endless variety.
KID GLOVES, .75. .0, l.JS, 1,80, ,K per
pull, n uilllllli;u,
C. A. PARKHURST, & CO
M MERCHANTS' ROW,
Soot ana tt0c$.
JEW LINE OF FALL OOODS,
LADIES' AM) GENTS'
FINE ROOTS AND SHOES.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
O. W. CURRIER,
Nt). 0. .Mfiu'iianth' Row, Rutland.
MENS' KIP ROOTS. Whole Stock
Hand made, f3.ro, at No, 6 Merchants'
nun, ii. w. uuilltll.il.
MENS' RURIIEIt ROOTS, IJought lie
fore the late rise, $30, at
O. W. CURRIER'S.
No. I Merchants' How.
TT'VERYIIODY Should vUlt tho Boot
Jl-U and Shoe Emporium ot
O. W. CUItltlER,
No, e, Merchants' Row, Rutland.
jQK. CABLE'S WATER PROOF
OIL It L A OK Itf G ,
HAIINE8SES, CARRIAflR TOPS,
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC,
Fits harnesses perfectly and prevents crack
ing. Does not fry out or gum the surface.
Softens and preserves the leather. Excludes
me water, excellent tor boots, shoes, Co
tvaives universal satisfaction. Manufac
myiedtwtr N. C. MARCH, Hlddlebury,
BRICK. I have flvo hundred thousand
, good hard burned merchantable brick on
hand and for sole on reasonable terms. Please
call ud examine. Warranted to give 8Uatc
Ooa. WM, M. FIELD.
KUtiMiVAugMSt 1, IWa. ftHgldU
DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1878.
URNHASI & TEMPLE'S
.tKTNA INSURANCE COMPANY,
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
Assets, J3.000.ooo. W
IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
IIOYAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
PIIENIX INSURANCE ( ()., N. Y
FRANKLIN INSURANCE COMPANY,
INSURANCE CO. nf NO. AMERICA,
SPRINGFIELD INSURANCE CO..
PIIIF.NIX INS. co
NATIONAL F1IIE INSUItANCE CO.,
PENNSYLVANIA INSURANCE CO.
Klroug list of Cotnp mles repre
HURNIIAM Ai TEMI'I.E.
Opera Ilouv, RUTLAND, Vi'.RMONT.
II E Y E R M O N T I. I F P,
I X S V It A N C E C O JI P A X Y,
OP HI RI.1NGTON, VEit.MONT.
orrici:, j-kck nviunso, cor.i.Kat: .s7'
Incorporated October Sstii, Isfis.
Assets .Inminry 1st, 1873. - $t!5!).20S.!W.
Surplus Including capital, U 41 In assets to
each (l.oo In liabilities.
Surplus exclusive of capital, l.S4 In assets to
each il.oilln liabilities.
Every desirable form of policy Issued at e en
rales with any reliable company, or lower.
ENDOWMENTS AT LIFE RATES A SPE
Five Important privileges secured in this
form of tiollcy.
1st. The term may be reduced at any time by
sd. Non-forfeltlng on Iho paid-up policy plan.
3d. Non-forfeltlng on tho "temporary In
surance" plan for the full nmount ot the policy.
4th. The accrued value nf tho lwllcy may be
received nt any time ntter flvo tujincnts hnp
6th. Tho deferred accumulations will bo divi
ded among the surviving lMlley holders nt ma
turity. ALL POLICIES AHENON-FOIII'T.ITING UPON
Every policy holder will havo the benefits of
his own Investments secured to him.
Send for circulars of rates and nlans, or call
In nt the ofllce and examine for j ourselves.
PATRONIZE HOME INSTITUTIONS !
RUhSEL S. TAFT, Piesident.
WARREN minis, secretary.
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
No. 120 RnoAnvvAv, New Youk,
Hasbecomo tho most popular Life lnsuranco
Comptny In the world.
. . . . s,noo,txio
. . . . ,B!0,090
Policies nre. Issued by this Society upon nil np
proved fonns, besides ihe
POPULAR TONTINE PLAN.
local Aiivisonv 1.0 vim or i:iii:nck
Johu N. Ravter,
Ner. P. Simons,
John A. Mead, M.H.,
Col. W.G. Vea?ey,
Joel M. Haven,
Geo. it. liottum,
(navies L. stlmson;
John W. Crninlon.
John A. Sheldon,
Nicholas L. Dav Is.
MASON & VAUGHN,
Tho next Term will commence on the 4th ot
TKI.KdllAl'IIY MTII.T. TAl lllll'.
This old and well known Institution is still
In successful opcrutlon, with n full corps of
teachers, for preparing young men for college,
or for business, and ollerlng unusual facilities
In Music, French, Drawing and Painting, unit
other accomplishments to young Indies.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
Free Tuition Is orrered to all who graduate,
and a thorough course In branches required bv
the State, together with theory and practlco tit
teaching. Rev. it. O, WILLIAMS,
milE FALL TERM OF THE RU It
JL .INOTON, VT., SCHOOL
for young ladles, will open on
WEDNESDAY, SEITEMDER loth.
A limited number of boarders taken Intotho
Principal's family for the year.
For terms apply to tho Principal.
Inferences President Angel!, Aim Arbor,
Mich.; Prof. M. Petty, Burlington, Vt. ; Rev. J.
II. Worcester, D. I)., Burlington, vt. s Chief
Justice Fierpolnt. Vlrgennes, A t, i Hon. II, A.
Burt, Swanton, Vt.
rjIHE RRYANT AND STRA'ITON
Established 1858. Incoriiorated istl. Prepares
young men for Intelligent aud successful work
In lite. Has tho best teachers, best courso of
study, and does most for Its Btudents.
For Catalogue, giving lull Information, ml
, JNO. Jl. CARNELL, Troy N. Y.
JANDON & HUNTOON,
Wholesale and ItetaU Dealers In
CAL. . PLASTER,
IRON, STEEL, -NAILS, &a, &o &o.
geneml Assortment of
I) K L T I N (1, L A 1! 1 N G, Ac
TIMOTHY, CLOVER, AND ALI
NOVA SCOTIA PLASTER.
I.OIII MANUFACTURING CO.'S PoUilRETTi:
A VTI.t HSU or
O II E A P F O H O A S H
R A It RETT'S
O L I) S T O It K
EVI (!. KINGSLKY.
BUILDERS' AND CABINET
Weymouth Flno Finishing and Emplie; cut
sunn, iruu, ntrri, v.iiatns, kc.
BLACKSMITH'S COAL Ilm.
steel, Iron, Picks, Ames' Shovels, Blasting Povv.
tier (government proof), Fuse, Largo
; Drill Files, steel striking Ham
mers. Handles. c.
MANILLA ROPE AND CORDAGE.
saw-mill, circular and wood haws,
and boynton's i.iohtnino
Oils, Varnishes, Olue, Bond Paper, Brushes, Ac.
GLASS AND PUTTY.
A splendid! tne of Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Shears and Scissors.
Parlor Furniture, Center Tables, Mirrors, Ex
tension Tables, Budsteads, Maltrasses,
Spring Beds, Bureaus and Choirs.
Manufacturer of Block Walnut, Chestnut and
Painted Chamber Sets.
Velvet, Brussels, Tapestry, Three Ply and In
grain Carpets, oil Cloths, c, tc.
COFFINS AND CASKETS,
AND METALLIC BURIAL CASES.
At L. a. KLNOSLEVS.
Rutland, Juno lT.iers
gOOKS, STATIONERY & C ,
SPAULDLNU & CO.
Have a largo stock of Books consisting ot
Of different sizes nndstjles,
I-ocket Bibles nnd Testaments, large and small.
uj,;i uwkb, iiymn hooks, uevoiionai
Books, nnd all tho popular books
or the day received ns soon
JUVENILE BOOKS AND TOY BOOKS,
Games, Backgammon Board, Chess nnd Checker
FRENCH ENGLISH nnd
Of the latest styles, plain and tinted.
INlTllt. STAMPtNfl HONK TO OKOER.
Inks in Black, Violet, Blue and Carmine.
Pens. Pen-holders, Pencils, Slates, Pocket Books
and W allots. Ladies' Porte-monnalos, Brack,
ets, Hall Pockets, Towel Hacks, slipper
cases, Blacking Cases, Easlo's Book
Slides and Shelves, Jewel stands
nnd Boxes In Caned Wood,
.Match Sares, Writing
Desks nnd Work
Materials for Wax Flowers, Glass Miades, Vases,
Parian statuary, Bronze Groups
and vases-Stcrcoscopes and Vlews.I'hotogrnplis
Lithographs, Steel Engravings
In Velvet, Holly Wood, Ac. All klndsof Plctme
Framing done loonier nnd In the best stvle,
N E W S D E P O T .
Dally and Weekly Papers supplied.
We Invito all wishing goods in our lino In cull
nnd examine our stock before purchasing.
No. 1. Mkkciiasts' Row,
rpilE EXCELSIOR DIARY FOR 187),
ni.nnh: iwi'iut comia.vy,
General Wholesale Agents for
VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE,
WASHINGTON, WARREN, ESSE?
CLINTON COUNTIES, N. Y.
Why Ihe Trade give to the Excelsior Diary the
preference ov er all others.
1st. It Is printed on line rose tint paper.
ad. The same quality of paper Is used through
the entire Hue, giving Just as good paper In a
cheap book as In a high priced one.
3d. It Is the best finished Diary lu the
4th. W'e give you lur.ilirrerout M.vlcs to select
cth. Quite a number of the best selling pal
terns are mado by no other house.
6th. The pocket-book styles are all ai ranged
to suit the business man.
:th. Retailers want a Diary that Is neat, at
tractive and saleable.
sth. You will find fewer of them among tin
old stock of dealers, as they sell better than
any other Diary.
8th. The sale ot tho Excelsior lias Increased
more than .WO per cent. In the last four j ears,
which fact shows that the retailer appreciates
loth. We give attractlvcshuwcardsand post
ers, and plenty of them.
11th. They cost nomoie, nnd no less, than
other Diaries all lists and discounts being
12th. The Excelsior Is the best retailing
Diary offered to tho trade.
Wo Intend to visit all tlealeis In Dlailes early
In Ihe season. If thero nre any, however, that
we do not reach, wo shall be pleased to send
them, on application, n line of samples lo ex
amine In comparison with other goods.
Early erders are always filled complete, while
lato orders aro apt to find tho assortmert
broken, aud frequently tho best selling styles
used up. It Is a good plan to put In orders cart
as pay-day comes no sooner .than with late or
ders. We can deliver goods any time after 1st
Send In your orders for the Excelsior early to
THE GLOBE PAPER CO.,
BLANK ROOKS Aro a specially with
us. Wo have ever thing In this line. Wo
have onn of the best (If not tho best) oppnlntctt
Blank Book manufactories In tho Mate. Every
thing Is new and In good shape, and wo have a
man In charge ot It who understands tho busi
ness In all Its details. Wo have a stock of ilrst
class ledger papers, and Invito banks, manufac
turing companies, Ac., to examine our stock nml
prices. GLOBE PAPER CO.
1 PRINTING. Anything from a Ciuil to
. a Book, neatly and promptly cxecutetl.
Wh have as gootl facilities us uny other estali
llshment In (ho state. It you need anything In
this Hue, give us a lilal. Satisfaction guaran
teed. GLOBE PAPER CO
PENCILS. Dixon's Hound (Jilt Pencils
X aro us good as Faber's Round Gilt, somo
say better. If no better, they deserve favor from
being an American Pencil at lower prices.
They aro mado by tho Joseph Dixon Cruclblo
Co., Jersey City, N. J., and w e orfer them lo the
trade at their net prices. Try them,
GLOBE PAPER CO.
rpAGS. So offer Dcnnison s Mcrclinn
X dlso and Shipping Tags to Stationers nnd
Pi Inters nt Dennlson's lavvest prices, send us
un order nnd satisfy y ourselves.
GLOBE PAPER CO.
OUR STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
comprises n full line of staple goods,
first-class papers, folded and Hat, ruled ami
plain, all weights and sizes. Envelopes of all
grades and colors, drug, pay, note, letter, oni
clal and document, nil rtrsl-closs goods anil
prices low. Order u sample lot.
OLOllE PAPER CO.
rilHE RUTLAND DAILY AND
X WEEKLY GLOBE, contains all tho latest
news, Ir jludlng tho telegrams of Iho associated
press, local correspondence, stale news, Ac.
No expense spared In the editorial department.
Advertising rates low, especially for short ad
vertisements. The papers are larger nnd con
toin more reading matter than any other In tho
state, GLOBE 1'APER CO
Merchants uslntr minted wrannlnir will .In
well to consult us before ordering, as wo make
as low figures as New York or Boston Houses,
and give better accommodations In ussorllug
lots, while a great saving can bo mado on
freight. GLOBE PAPER CO.
X MEN, BUTCHERS tC.-Wo offer tho larg.
est line on rapping Papers, Pajicr Bags, Flour
Hocks and Twines, to be found Intho Htato.
Best quality manllla, best quality bogus man
lllo. test quality straw paper, alt slies nnd
weights. Best qua lily paier bags and nour
sacks warranted full size and full weights. No
scrimping. Wo handle these goods in largo
quantities, nnd our prices are as low as others,
selling some qnaUty of goods. Send us an
GLOBE PAPER CO.
RIXRY & CO.'S
TWO OEMS FOR HOUSEHOLD USE.
BIXBV'i) PltKNOt I.trNllRV BLn:.
BtXBT'S IlKnSllOE BLVCKISII,
-; ; I
.Male or female,
VV too a week guaranteed. Respectable
euipio.vuieui ai iiouie, uay or eveuuix; iivtui;!
tal required; full Instructions utid valuable
package of goods sent rrce by mall. Aildress,
with six cent return stamp. M, YOUNG CO.,
ITS Greenwich street. N, Y. octl idwlvv
NEVER NEGLECT A COUGH. Notli
tng is more certain to lay the foundation
for future evil coasequences.
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS
are o sure cure for all diseases of the icsplra
torv Orirans. Sore Throat. Colds. Croun. Dinli.
therla, Asthma, Catarrh, Hoarseness, Dryness
! of the Throat, windpipe, or Bronchial Tubes,
and all diseases of the Lungs.
In nil cases of sunuen cold, however token,
these Tablets should bo proinptlj and freely
used. They equalize the circulation of tho
blood, mitigate (ho severity of the attack, nnd
will, in n verj short time, restore healthy action
to l he affected organs.
Wells' Carbolic Tablets aie put up mil) in
blue boxes. Tuke no substitutes. If they can't
be round at your druggist's, semi al once to the
agent In New York, who villi forward I hem by
Don't be deceived by Imitations.
Sold bv druggists. Prien 2.1 cents n box
JOHN !. KELLOGG, is I'lntl St., New Yoi I;.
Send for circular, sole Agent for the United
-1 n I'1'11 CENT. NET. The Iowa
Xv Ijian nnd Trust Company will Invest
money on llrst-elnss Itcnl Estnto at 10 percent.
Interest, net, paynblo semi-annually lu New
York, nnd will guarantee the collection nf all
loans made through Its agency. All charges
paid by I he borrower. Plcnsn write, before In
vesting, tor New York nnd New England lefer
enees, and full particulars. Svitrvi. Mfiikiu.,
(lain Governor of Iowa,) President. Address
JAMES 11. IIEAHTWELL, Secretary, Drawer let
lies Mollies Iowa scptUdwtvv
1AMPIIOHINE." Tho groat tliscov
J cry for the Immediate relief and euro
of Rheumatism, Neuralgia. Sprains, Bruises,
Pains, strains, stlrr Joints, swellings, Inllamn
tlons. Bunions, Catarrh, Ac., Ac. it will not
grease or stain, nnd lor the toilet Is a luxury In
every fnmll.v. Thousands will nnd now testify
to lis great merits. Try It. Price per bottle M
cents. IIEUBEN IIOVT, Piop'r, sua Greenwich
street, N. Y. sep2lil,vw4w
A GREAT SENSATION !-Agents
J.X. wanted, ensu salary, or commission ai
lowed, strictly honorable
Atldrcss F. A. ELLS
a; co unarioiic, -viicn.
rnilE NATIONAL ENCYCLOPEDIA
X Completed. Speciinei pnges free. "Con
tains n wealth nt liilormalton" l'rov. Press.
"Invaluable."- Waltlnnnn K lletleetor, "We
nrtre all votintr iieonle to M-cnre Ibis work." -
notion Conimonweiilth. "I'seltil facts nccessl-
bio elsewhere only In cosily nnd cumbcrous
u-niks ." Iiosion Jounial. It Is uu eutliu
library a' small cost. Agents wanted every
where. Address national j.scvi i.oi .uia run.
Co., Tompsonvine, cam. sepnu.vw4w
"ITRITE for Laice Illu-trntcd Price
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
No. 179 smlthlleld street,
Iireech.loadlnir shot Guns tit) to tsoo. Double
Shot Guns, fs to tl.M). Single Guns, M lo 2n.
Illlles, IS to $7.1. Hevolvers, fi, to tan. pistols,
tltojs. Gun Mnteiial, Fishing Tackle. Lurgu
tiiseount to Dealers or clubs. Army Guns'. Re
volvers, Ac. I ought or traded for. Goods sent
by express c. o. D. to be examined before paid
""TVOMKSTIC" PAPER FASHIONS.
A G E N T S W A N TED.
.sr.xn ton CATVLOOCE
SI'.WINO MACHINE CO.,
CANVASSING ROOKS sent free fortlio
FIVE YEARS IN THE TERRITORIES.
The onlvconiDleto history of tho vast reirlon
between Iho Mississippi nnd tho Pacific ; Its
Resources, Climate, inhabitants, Natural Curi
osities, etc. It contains 240 line engravings of
tho Scenery, Lands, people nnd Curlostles ot
tho Great W est. Agents are selling Irom l.i to
25 copies a day, nnd wo send a canvassing book
iren to utiy uuuk iiurcni. Aiiurcs. Mutiny ex
perience, AC, NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
1'nuaueipuia, ra. scpuu&w4w
MIE FIRST DIVISION OF THE
ST. PAUL AND PACIFIC RAILROAD
0 0 , 0 0 0
A C R
PKtcKs ranch: fi:om
I TO 1 r, V E It A C It E !
!"""Ten Years' Credit Given When Desired.
T O W N L O T S
At Moderate Prices, In Towns at Ii. R. Stations.
still to be had, under Homestead Law, along
all Lines of thlscoinpany.
ON THE MAIN LINE,
between Benson and Brcckcnrltlge, we also sell
WHOLE SECTIONS AT 10 PER ACRE
On zy. Years' Time, Free of Interest,
on condition that the purchaser breaks the
whole section within n year from purchase and
plants torly acres lu tlmber.for which tho Com
pany will furnish joung trees or seed, For par
Lnild Commissioner, St. Paul, Minnesota,
OODEXOUGII HORSE SHOE.
T II 1
CHEAPEST AND BEST.
Cures nnd pievents nil diseases Incident to
the horse's foot.
JUST PUBLISHED i
" RATIONAL HORSE-SHOEING,"
vvllh plates, illustrating how to perform oper
ations and cure mot tumbles. Sent by mnll nn
receipt of one dollar, send stamp for circular
GOODF.NOUOII HORSE SHOE,
scpMAw (iw 41 Dey street, N. X,
A GENTS WANTED for the new liook,
XV. Life nnd ndventures of
K I T (; A R SON,
by his comrade and friend, I). W.C. Peters, Bre
vet Lt.-Col. and surgeon U. S. A., lrom facts
dictated by himself. Tho only true nnd au
thentic life ot America's greatest Hunter, Trap
per, scout and Gitldo ever published. It con
tilns full nnd complete descriptions ot tho In
dian Tribes ot tho l'nr West, as seen by lilt
Carson, who lived among them nil his life. It
gives a lull, reliable account nt tho Modocs anil
tho Moiloe War. As n work of History, it Is In
valuable. A grand opportunity to make money.
Our Illustrated circulars sent freo to all appli
cants. Write nnd secure territory at once.
DUST1N, OILMAN A CO.,
JLENTUCKY iV GREAT EASTERN
R A 1 L W A Y C O M P A N Y,
SEVEN PER CENT. GOLD BONDS,
Coupons payable February and August lu Gold,
In New York or Balllmore. For s.ilo nt 90 per
cent, and accrued interest In currency; secured
by First Mortgage ; cxecutetl to Farmers' Loan
anil Trust Company of New York.coverlng Com
pany's Line, its Franchises, Equipments, Heal
und Personal Estate, nt the rate of 5,uoo per
mile on tho Road, extending from Cincinnati lo
Cntlcltsbttrg, the terminus ot Chesapenko nnd
Ohio Road, 140 miles. 1
Governments, state, city, Itallrond or nny
other marketable securities taken lu exchange,
at highest inarket rates, without commission
nnd k. A' G E.H. Bonds forvvat ded freo of chargo
to purchaser. Pamphlets, Maps and full Infor
mation will bo furnished on application lo
WM. FISHER 4: SONS,
32 South St., Balllmore,
Bnnkeis, Stock and Note Brokers, and Fiscal
Agonts of the Company ; dealers In Govern
ments nnd Railway securities In all the mar
kets ot tho u. s,
Or to Banks and Bankers throughout tho
3 EMPLOYMENT FOR ALL.-Ono
J Agent In four weeks made a pront of
4U.w, selling Bryant's Library of Poetry and
Bong; (70 luono week on Tho New Housekeep
er's Manual, by Miss Boecher and Mrs.stowo.
Any live man or woman can hav o an agency,
J. ft. FOItD CO., Now York, Boston Chicago,
or San Francisco. scpS3dvv4vv
A WATCH FREE worth 8S0, given
gratis lo every live man who will act as
our agent. Business light aud honorable f3oo
uadelnsdays. Baleablo as nour. Everybody
buys It. can't do without It, Must havo it. No
glil enterprise, no humbug. KENNEDY Co.,
Pittsburg, Pa, oct0dSVf4w
MIE HASK'INS .A( 111 sK Co
l lli liburg, Mais.. M
VhllTIt Al. .t IIOIIIZONTAI VM t h
Our Combined EiikIik s alio ' net . i ,i i.
In tiuantltles and to standard nj-i, ,.ni.
all parts nre Interchangeable, i an ! run mti
grciiler safety nnd less expen ethaii i.r . . in
engine manufaetnred. Sle h m 1 in w hurn
power. Wnro Room", No. 40 i ' itlnndt M.vet.
N. Y. Send for circular, sepwdAnn
WASHINGTON OUTSIDE AM) IN"
M side. Aircnts wanted for n uni.ioi"
history or our .National Cantui. It , ortuiii,
growth, excellencies, abuses, Vaunts and p. r
i-viiiikus ic mi ,ui unyeii m mat giiillliji' -.Ijl
which hnsplact.il the author, Gen, All. Town
end, among the foremost newsimp T cirre
pohdents of Hie time. It gives Ijold, sfrtllni ,
inithtul Inside views of v aslilngton lite, ninl
congressional and Lobb.vmg joCberv. Book,
ready for delivery. Addicss vijmiUw4vv
JAMES BKTTSA CO., llnilt.r.1, i '
7TII THOUSAND IN PRESS MUST
I month. Remarkable success. One ngen
made $112 lu four days, and another H's In
days, sclllngOCEAN'S SIORY. A pc rt ct Tin
saurusof Exploration, Discover) and Adu tit ur
upon, nnd tho Wonders Deneaih the .n i
Oceans, Diving, Dredging, Telcgrjuntm , A
225 spit Iteil Engravings' Price extrenvl. I iv
Sells amazingly fast. Strike quick for chui
Held. Address III lillAltl) Hl.os., puhiMu r
63 v aslilngton St., Boston. s ,i .d n iw
DAYS OX AN K'F. 1! FT
An litnctnl nml 'Itnllllntr tlUtr.rv ,n
T II E POLARIS ll X P E D I T I O N
nuer the late Cnpt. Ilnll, Ids jnllini l dr , n
Rcmniknble Rescue or ilm i:rcw rmm v-t ,
Ins Held of lee. Also n History or ail the I.x
octillions i to tlie Arctic World from tie Furln ,i
'I lines. Profmciy Illustrated. Audits Wanten
Aililrc ,, Phllnilelplil.i iim.k .'inpan.v, l'li'.la
BUSINESS Agents and Cam..-'.
Wantetl. "Leituies and Sermons or It'
W. M. Punshon, LL. D. Best and i In ai. I tani
IIV Billies. Mans. Charts. l'lcture. tluli en Pen
Sewl.-.g silk nnd Linen Threat. ni, t
tprniw tn II. I . flllftrlivnv. li,1, .1
"IJSYCIIO.MANCY, or Soul ( hnrmitv
X How either sex mav faatlnaw .inn t i n
the love and affections of any i"i .,u 1
chooe instantly. This simple ment it uninie
meiit all can iiossess, free, by mall, foi src t
gelhcr with a innrrlago guide, Egyptian Oi i t
Dreams, Hints to Ladles, Weildlnff-Nlglit Mill t
Ac. A queer bonk. Address T. WILLIAM a CO
Pubs. Philadelphia. i"ir,d,vu
1ANVASSIXG HOOKS Sent Ktce f,i
KJ Prof. POWI.KH'S GREAT WOIIK
On Manhood, Womanhood nnd their !!' i
inter.relatlons : I.nvo. Its Lows, Pov . r. el ,
Agents are selling from tr, to a ropli of n
work n May. nnd we send n c.mv.i-Mn ii w
frco tfi nnv book agent. Address, si at nn e .p
rlcnce, etc., NATIONAL lTlll.lsuiNt, co.
I'lilladelphla, P.i. ..'ciu .
rvLD MAIDS. Traclii'i-.
J clergvmcn, Postmasters, nml w
Young Men, and .Men ndil Wmn
You con ea'lly enin a nrsl-class si wm, .n.i
chine; or bunks sunitient lo stot 1. ,i tibr..t :
some valuable pictures to ljeautirv om li iur v
or unlet' steiioscope: or a good Hi , -k" j
(clock or watch) ; or a music box: m i - ldp,
or a photogiapldc album; or a slum k . i ,
lamp for jour parlor; or n tine .e i r,i .ii n;
Webster's Illustrated quarto Dlehnuai ;
Rogers world renowned stntuaiy '.'i.mp :
line violin; or a lteminlngton rill" t mej or
Remington double barrel breet h-in. i.m n
gun; or a cabinet organ wortli tun ir -Impl,
working up our unoccupied time in . . i
plained In the circulars of th- VI. ll. P. t I't
fectly legitlninte antt le-pet table ; i i id
say plillanthrople. Address M. II. P t
East 2sth street. New Yen k. ,i'
"TATERS' CONCF-RTO 1 RLOtt
OKGA.MS aro the most be.i'ii itul m i
and perfect In tone ever made, 'iho (rnir n
stop Is the best ever placed In an.v i .-.in. 1' i
produced by an extra set, of reeds, peculliri
voiced, tho effect of which Is lno-i cii irn.ni
and soul stirring while it. initial Ion m tie
man voice Is superb. T nni hei m.
A GREAT OII'KI!
Iloiaee Waters .V Son, 4SI Prentlw.i , N. ,
will dispose of MO Pianos nnu tnc.ms nt nrsi
class makers, Ineludlhg Waters-, .it itrem I
Jow prices for cash, or part cash, nml I . l.uiee
In sinall monthly payments. N, v ,-Oita.
llrst-class Pianos, all modern InipiiA. in. in ,,f .
t275cash. Organs, ,i-oetave, 7i. ImiW'-ii
Organs, i stops, $110; s stops, fl'.'.i. Ilm tnir"ii
catalogues mailed. A h rge tllscoiini t.i Mm.
ters, churciies, Sunday school--, 'i r m
I7OR COUGHS, COLDS. HOARS.
? NEss, and nil THROAT DI M.A , ,
WELLS' CARROL1C TAP.LLTh
Put up only In BLUE boxe-.
remedy. Sold by Druggists.
Y. SAFETY STEA5I POWER (
SO COKTLAXDT ST., Ni.W Vti.K
Superior steam engines and liollc-, i ,
mnchliiery nntl duplication of pal t". i le ,.i
safe, economical, easily managed nnd nut H d'
to derangement. Their combined enmne and
boiler Is peculiarly adapted to all pm-pc.T s r,
nulrlng small power, .Moro than 4im eti'.in'
trom 2 to loo horse-power, In us, . si ml i r '
lustrnted circulars. . i n.i ,i I a
AND RI I'
1 I.A.MI UAILKUAIIS.
SUMMER ARRAN'iEMEN i
On and after Monday, June sd, ,u
will run ns follows, (Sundays excepi
U01SO SOCTll ANP KA-l.
Leave Rutland at 1S:.M nnd l::to ,i. i .'
and ;.:i") p. m.
MAIL. Leave Ogtlensburg nt 0:10 p. m si
Albans nt C:2i) a. m.. Burlington aL s:ln u. m ,
Port Henry nt 7:1.', a. in., Rutland nt 1S:!0 p. m
Bellows Falls at 2:Si) p. m., nirtvlng at New Lc u
don nt 0:30 p. m., connecting with st. m r r
NEW YORK EXPRESS. Leaves st Ml an
9:00 a. m Burlington 10:?o a. in., nrrlvln , u
Rutland at 12:.np. m.
NIGHT EXPRESS. Leaves Ogdi usbur 1 1:
3.1p.m., PlattsburgS:30 p.m., Montreal ,:jop.m.,
St. Johns 4:M p. in., St. Albans 7:20 p. m., nur
llngton:lti p. m., Rutland ia.ui n. in.. Bellows
Falls, 3:25 a. in. arrlv lug at New London at l 1 -M
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Hurting! in ut 2:ou it.
m., arriving In Rutland nt 7:40 p. m. Lea
Rutland nl 4:r.O a. m., l'el'ovrs Falls 7:1.1 a.m.
(accommodation tralu),arilvlugtii N' w Ia .ulmi
at .1:10 ii. m.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Rutland at r.-i n p. t
arriving In Bellows Falls at l:"n p. in.
Leaves Rutland ot 1:13 and C:!'1 . i. n. . .
and .1:05 p. m.
MAIL. Leaves New London tit 6:uo a. n
Spilnglleld S:Wl n. in., Boston 7:W a. in., IlelloH
Falls 11:45., RullandSiiap. m., airlvlng at I' ti
Henry at :m p. m., Burlington fi:H) p. m., st
Albans C:4D p. in., Montreal :4.1 p. m., Oi dens
burg 1:45 n. in., making connect Inns with tr.i'ii
tor tho West.
EXPRESS Leaves Rutland at f,:u;, p. i
Albans nt s:M p. in.
NIGHT EXPRESS. Leaves New I.undMti ut
J:45 p. m.. Sprtngneld at t:lt) p. m connet tin
with train leaving New York at li:oo p. m., P.i
lows Falls 11:20 p. in., conncctlngwltu ire n
leaving Boston nt 8:30 p. m., Rutland dm n. in.,
Burlington 4:40 n. m St. Albans o.:lo, nrnvln
In Montreal at 9:45 a. m., 1'l.ittsburg at 12:0i m ,
and Ogdensburg ot 12:33 p. m cnuiu i tmg vi i't
trains for tlto West.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Rutland at f. 40 u
Leave Burlington nt B:r.o a. m St. Albans l:im
in., arriving In ogdensburgnt s:roti, m. und si
Johns al S:.i p. m.
MIXED TRAIN. lA'aves Bellows Falls a' 4.
a. m., arriving In Rutland nt 9:20 a. in.
ACCOMMODATION. Leaves New London ai
8:10 n. 111., Bellows Falls em p. 111., arriving m
Rutland nt s:S5 p. 111.
Trains leavo Burlington going cast, for Mont
poller, Ac, at 6:."-i a. In.. 12:30 p. 111. anil 7:55 p. m
Trains leave Bellows Falls going north, foi
Whtto River Junction, Ac, at s:3o a. in, and
11:45 a.m., and 5:55 nnd 11:20 p. m.
Connections. At Rutland with Rensselaer A
Saratoga and Harlem Extension Railroads; n 1
Bellows Falls with Cheshire Railroad; at south
Vernon vvllh Connecticut River Railroad.
Sesleeplng cars aro attached to night trails
between sr. Albans and Troy, and Bin linglon
aud Boston. GYLES MERRILL,
St. Albans. Vt., Juno 3d, 1S73.
ARLEM EXTENSION RA1LRO D
CHANGE OF TIME
1S73. SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS. ls.s
On and alter Monday, Juno snth, is, 2, train'
vv 111 run ns follows :
MIXED. leaves Rutland at 3:ftt) n. m., cot)
ncctingnt stnto Lino with train forlTo).
MAIL Leaves Rutland .so a. m., andmak
Ing closo connections nt Chatham 4 lorner
with trains lor New York, Albanv, Hudson, anil
both east and west on 11. A- A. II. li.
MIXED. Leavo Rutland at 2.2.1 p. in., to Ben
nington nnd Troy,
SUNDAY Mll.lv TRAIN (Willi passenger 1 ar
attached). leaves Rutland at 7,30 a, m.
Rutland to New York ... - 1,) 60
" to Albany, .... j 00
" to Hudson, .... nn
I wNo lay over checks given.
ARRIVE AT RUTLAND.
Mall, .85p, in.; Mixed, is.tw p. in.; mUed
7.S0 p. m.
r C. WHITE, Supt
nutland. Juno 14, 1S72. inayldtwtf