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.my other part uf tho house to Octcct fraud,
hut remove 'tho- musical Instruments from
the table, or out or reach of tho electric
power produced by tho circle, nnd my word
for It, he will hear no sound from the In
struments. I cannot nsk for spneo to notice nt this
time In detail tho other "wonderful mani
festations" given by Mr. Williams. 1 shall
say, or If you ptoasc, assert that no mani
festations uro witnessed In connection with
Spiritualism, for which natural causes may
not bo glrcn.
A word upon my third point. If tho
manifestations cannot bo accounted for or
explained, noes it follow that they arc pro
duced by a spirit agency? Tho affirmative
of this question is upon the advocates of
Spiritualism. The bunion of proof is up.
.m them, and It amounts to nothing by way
-if proof when they say to jou that this or
that man or woman has dono wonderful
things which nobody can account for except
upon the ground of spirit agency.
The llililc teaches that God Is ointilpo
ii'iil. All power is in Illm. This I be
lieve, and without such n belief where
-hould we be? The so called Spirit man
lt'cslntloni, If they were what they are
lalmod to be by Spiritualists, would be
nothing more nor less than tho exercise of
Uinl's power. This will not be denied
Now thi n, let us ecu how thee manifesta
tion are produced. Two, three, four or a
dozen men and women form a circle and
,'oiu hands, and the Almighty tenth the
spirits nt once Into their midst. In other
words the theory is nothing mole nor less
Ihan thl;. that pour feeble worms of tho
dust may, at any time, as the lawyers say,
uf their own motion, develop Omnipotent
power. Was ever any creed, doctrine or
inlkf moie liriitlonrl, .ind inconsistent or
illiquid, The idea that the Kilily'ri (a good
is oilier mortals fur aught I know) can by
i-i rtnin physical manipulations call forth tho
special excreNe of that power which belongs
io Omnipotence alone, it i too lidleulous
m ho for one moment entertained.
And now a word more to our friend Wit
liains and others who imie been n amused
n the "manifestations," and wish an in
(cresting anil profitable subject for philo
soplneal Inquiry and investigation. "Man
- Tearfully and wonderfully made." The
aws of electricity, magnctUm, animal
magnetism, psycology and pathology arc
yet but imperfectly understood, especially
in their relation or effect upon human or
ganism. Onco in a generation, eacs like
those ol tho Eddys' arise,' whose peculiar
organism with the application of those
forces in nature enables them to do stran
and wonderful thing. Then I say, witness
the phenomena and investigate thoroughly.
No better subject for scientific research has
presented Itself in our midst. You mav
not be able to discover the cause of all the
"wonderful manifestations," but before you
nimmitc tliem to the spirits, you had bet
tor first consider whether It is consistent
with Cod's government, his power and
attributes, that ho should, at any time, on
the call of tho Eddys send the spirits to
play their flddlo and tamborine, or George
I)ix nnd Capt. KldJ to fight n duel on
their presence. Ratiov.u
A WOMAN'S FAITH.
run ami! of :uiua(:m:s ui
TUHNi:!) I.v .rm; GUAMTI!
licit. Hidden lVuiiiuu Alii...... ..
Mlllillj- llculrd In An'smrr In Her
v o read in tno liiblo (or at least tome of
us do) how in ancient times the Lord went
about in n visible, tangible form, working
, Mu."i iu sick, restoring sight to
the blind nnd bringing the dead to life. Wo
read and we theorize, and varying creeds
.uiu iuiiiu ui uieoiogicai ooii.l spring up
until there seems to bo no end to tho tlieo
lies drawn from plain historical statements
The statements themselves are nlmost uni
vcrsaiiy believed, and yet, in this age of
reason, n man ttno wouhl dare to assert
that tho Lord had more recently exercised
tho same powers which Holy Writ treats
"'I 'Hu.ieiuiiiiyuonc a miraculous work
........ .. ....in nuuiu uu universally de
nounced ns cither an Impostor or a lunatic.
Without attempting to set up any such the
ory, we propose hero to untold n talc, giv
ing dels undoubtedly established, nnd leav.
ing theologians an I the public to wrotlo
wi h the matter as they see fit.
Some of the local papers of various New
Hampshire towns have recently given more
or less currency to the .story that the town
ot I'icrmont, In tho Granite State, has been
agitated by a so-called miracle or visible,
manifestation of God's goodness and power,
all the statements in iclatlon thereto in said
local piper having been very vague and
unsatisfactory, indicating a disinclination
to mcddlo much with such a questionable
tonle. T.eiimlno ,1ml l,..u :
in this city who were able to give definite
....w.iM.uimi uu ,i mujeci winch no thought
might prove Interesting, tho writer took thu
trouble to make inquiries. His informants
were a married couple residing on Lynde
street, by whom ho was kindly received,
and who, from a general acquaintance In
the'town ot I'lermont, as well as from pcr--onal
know ledge of many of the circum
stances, were able to vouch for the follow.
Tin. diijiiccr op iiik MiiufLi:
. li?.V'.?f",,.0,' !Jllt'rm?" ' clcrgjmanof
i . . '., ,, " .uuu 111 ,,lu village
of I'icrmont, -. 1I which is located ontho
Connecticut river about thirty miles above
Lebanon. I or the past threu or four years
tut lino rnt,Ii,.l i .,..A .. t t .. v""
" , v ",1;U ins lamuy, von
iMiiiupf wife and clillcl, tho rrmvr of
Whom IKL4 1)0 I'll IIMirntl nn,l t..(.l..
since the birth of tho latter, twelve years
of tlio disease, and while this has continued
flirnOfll nil till. Bllr..n...U .
; o---....j.vv..,iiB jean, mere has
been added to it chronic rheumatism, fre-
i" ;",'"" nuiieitn ui iieau.iche, Willi
general debility and running dowr. of tho
whole system. During tho thrco or four
year, residence In I'icrmont the lady has
b 'ell almost U'hollv In,. n, ,-,,.:,.., I -.
.w..M,.,s uiiiiimrY nousenoi.i unties, has
been confined to tho house largely und has
born nn.ilili. tn ,n1... . fr ..
i T i i i . . . u in any oi tno so
ciables, festivals and other of thocntertaln
menu wli ch in country villages are tho par
ticular sphere of 1
"run minhtkh' w'nr.."
Sho Is about thirtv-flve years of age. and
prevtou to the bl.ti. of he? child wm in ro
bust health. About n year ago Mrs. Slier
man was prostrated by her nllmepts, was
obliged to tako her bed. and from that t mo
crMt JL'tt'i'cri,!lrt?.f la,t Al,KU8t 81,0 "ev
cr left tho house. Her physical strength
eft her entirely and she bccSme completely.
hor',1 tt ,le",,.,U"a,b.lc t0 '",nJ or "'en to fee5
non I 'er , i? tsca,C8 con"nicl to prey
upon her till sho was re,iuce(1 ,0
UTTElt ItKI.l'I,r.SSNESS. 4
For tho lady to leave. tl)0 bed unassisted
became an mnossibillty, tho icrtlee of
wo jiorsons befng required to l.ft her. Tho
best medical assistance which could bo pro
cured was obtained, and 1
HUMAN SCIEXCE TAILED COMTLUTELY
to restore tho exhausted and almost lmner.
ceptiblo vitality. Tho three pbXltt?5to
faithfully attended tho patient wcro finally
coropclled to acknowledge that their re-
sources had been exhausted nnd that they
couiu uo nouung. men an nopesct recov
ery wits abandoned and kind friends came
to look upon the patient as likely to be sum-
monou irom 111c at any moment. ..J Jut. his
still por;lstemiy.ciung to the body, and in
spite of tho absence-vof physical force the
mind remained "clear and unclouded nnd'tho
On tho night of Wednesday. Aua. 27th.
tho patient was lifted as usual from and to
tho bed by her husband and an' usststant,
and it was noticed that sho appeared' more
animated than usual In her conversation..
Tho said that sho had been thinking a great
Tin; worn: or iitt: saviol'ii
in henllng tho sick, nnd wondering why pco
plo could not be healed now as then. She
had been praying to God to relieve her In
firmities, mid It (corned as though' an 'an
swer to licr prayers was Impending. Sud
denly sho became nware of tho presence of
STIIA.SOK ANfl f.MSOAI. tNII.fKSCKS.
First tlieru was n feeling of intense cold
ness, which set her In a shiver nnd which
alarmed her husband, who was in the
room. He was unablo to perceive nnythlng
unusual. Hardly had this sensation sub
sided when an entlreli opposite one was ex
perienced, tho room seeming to oc sudden
ly filled as Mrs. Sherman expressed it,
with a current of hot nlr." She affirmed
that she next distinctly heard u voice which
replied in answer to the prayers that licr
faith was not strong. She inwardly prayed,
"i.nnh, nri.1- tiku: nv UMiixir.r,"
anil soon became conscious of returning
strength. She then nnd there
uiom: it.o.m tiii: ui;n,
approached and awakened her husband and
exclaimed mat the Lord had healed her.
The family waSicalled un. and all were as.
totiished and overjoyed ,it the remnrkablo
occurrence, sirs, ssitermaii walked all
through the house, nnd tho remainder of
tno night was spent by the members of tho
lamuy in discussing tho imraclo nnd won
dering nt 'flic transformation which they
hid witnessed. On the following Sunday
tho minister and his wife walked together
to ciiurcn, the story having in tlio mean
time spread liko wifdHro through thu town.
The church was crowded, and after a few
words from tho pastor, Mrs. Sherman took
tho puloit and stood for over an hour tell
ing to tho wondering congregation
Tim fr ky or itEis i)t'i.ivi:i:AcL',
and praising God for the euro lie had
wrought. The next day -Mr. and Mrs
Sherman rodo to a camp meeting in a dis
tant town and remained awav n week, the
wife seeming to be almost w holly restored
10 iicauii. ounuay, September nth, .Mrs
Sherman was seen nt church hv our in
forniants and in their lieai ing told licr re
markable story. She further said that since
tho night of her cure sho had felt no ualn
whatever. Previous to that t nip. her vl
olent slek headaches had been of almost
weekly occurrence, but now they had en
tirely passed away. Her physical strengtli
had returned, with the exception of slight
weakness in' the ankles, nnd she considered
herself entirely cured. She was not con
fined to the bed at all, but walked about
tno house lreely. nnd rodo out daily.
Sho also said that on the preceding Fri
day she had
A SI.COMl VISIT IllOM TIIK I.OKII,
iinu mat sue heard the same voice calling
upon her to sneak to the sisters of the con
gregation in regard to dress, nnd to urce
them to think less of worldly things. She
quoted passages from tho Ilible which she
.nt.i i i , . .. . , . .
.urn ii, m uecn inuicaicu to ner, and ex
pressed licr determination to spend tho re.
niaindcr of her life in God's service, wlier
ever she might be called.
tiii: AiTKAitASCE or Tin: m om i.v
wlnlo making those statements is described
by tlio eye-witnesses as havinir been tier.
fectly calm and rational, with not the least
evidence to indicato that there was anv hal
lucination or wondering of the mind. Such
are the e'reumstances connected witli this
most remarkable case, tho main statement1
in relation to which arc supported by n com
municatlon from liev. Mr. Sherman,
Tim I 1TECT I'llOni'CEIl ON Tltn COMMU
by this event may bu described as some.
thing immense. The whole town was in
an uproar when tho ocular demonstration
of the miracle was first apparent, and the
belief now prevails quite generally that
God has really descended among them and
shown a wonderful instanco of his might.
Tlio prevailing sentiment of the community
is highly moral, and almost I'liritanlcal in
point of strictness.
A word in relation to the standing of tho
parties concerned, both of whom are rooted
with the unalterable conviction that they
have received a physical manifestation from
God. Ever slnco their Out icsidenco in
tho village they have been universally es
teemed and entrusted with unlimited con
fidence. Not a doubt or n suspicion has
been raised against their inothos and cer
tainly it can bo no case of lunacy or im
becility. The.-o are the facts and it only
remains to add that
"There nro moro tilings in Heaven and
Earth, Horatio, than aru dreamed uf in
your philoeonhy," llosttm IfcraW.
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Match Safes, Writing
lvsks nnd Work
MatenaU ror Wat Flowers, oin.ssHiatlcs. Vases.
Parhm statuary, Hronzooroups
and Vases .Stereoscopes and Views,Photogrnnhs
I.ltliographs, steel Engravings
In Votvet, Holly Wood, ftc. All kinds of Picture
framing done lo enter nnd In thn lststMe.
N E W s D ;
Dully nnd Weekly Pniiei-s sappliefl.
Wo invite nil wishing goods lu our lino to cell
ond ewmlne our stock b-foro purchasing.
SPAULDINO A CO.,
No. 1. MnnriusT' Hovr, HUTLANH, vt.
rjMIK EXCELSIOK DIARY TOR 1R71,
Ut.OHK I'M'Hlt roMl'AXY,
fleneral wtiobsale Agents mi
VERMONT AND NEW iIA)lpsiin;i:,
WASHINOTON, WAIIHEN, EssE.V,
CLINTON" COUNTIES N. Y.
Why thoTradogletothe t:eelslor Diary the
preferenco over all others.
1st. It Is printed on lino rose tint paper.
sd. Thesnmo quality of paper Is used through
the entire line, giving Just as good paper In n
chfap book as In a high priced one.
3d. It is Uie best finished Diary In the
4th. We give you SJr.illtrerciit stylemo select
8th. Quito a number of iho b:.st. selling pat
terns are mado by no other house.
cth. The pocket-book styles aro all airanged
to suit tho business man.
Ith. Itctallera want a Diary that I-neat, nt
tractlvo and saleable.
8th. You will And fewer ot them among the
old stock of dealers, nsthey hell better than
any other Diary.
Mh. The sale of the Excelsior has Increased
more than wo per cent. In the Inst four 3 ears,
which fact shows that the retailer appreciates
10th. We give utlrucllu'i-liowciirdsnniliKM-ers.
and plenty of them.
11th. Thoycobt no more, nnd no less, than
other Diaries all U?ts and discounts being
lifth. Tho Eieelslor is the u-st i.rtnlllng
Diary offered to the trade.
Wo Intend to visit nil dealers lu Marie eaily
In the season. If there are any, however, that
we do not reach, wo shall bo pleased to send
them, on application, nllno ot samples to e.
omlne lu comparison w ith othci' goods,
Early orders nro alw ays tilled complete, w bile
late orders nro apt to find tho nssorliaert
broken, and frequently tho best wiling st) lea
used up. it Ls a good plon to put in orders early
as payday comes no sooner .than with lato or
ders. Wo can deliver goods nny time after lt
Send In your orders for the Excelsior rally to
THE (1LORE PAPER CO.,
BLANK HOOK.S Aro n specialty with
.v- A JVi ha.u" fverythtngin this line. Wo
foi0?,0 0,r 0,0 '4"" " lut '"e lAt opmlnted
Blank Hook manufactories In tho state. Etery.
thmg ls new and In good fjiaie, nnd we havu a
man In charge of It who umlerstands Uio busi
ness in nil Its details. Wo hao a stock of llrst-
f.'.'SJ U!iKer Imrrrs' anJ banks, mnniifiic
turlng companies, tc, tnexnmlne our stock and
Pf'ees. lll.OIIE PAPEH CO.
pRIXTIN(;.-Aiiythhu7 fm" irdiriiTo
X. n Book, nently and promptly executed.
Wo have as good facilities as any other cstali
in P?i i ,',a"'" " 5 ou nml nnJ'""nl.' m
- - - -...I.. ....i.niiw iiuii uuariin
PENCILS. Dixon's Round Cillt Pencils
.. j mvut. tw, n j.uuuu l,lll,-,somO
say better. If no better, they deserve favor from
being oil American Pencil at lower prices.
.urj. uru miiuo ov me josepit ntxon Cruclblo
Co., Jersoy city, N. J nnd wo oner them to tho
tradont their net prices. Try them.
OLOBi: PAPElt CO.
rp.VOS. Wo offer DcnnlsonV Merchan
,;!: dlse and Shipping Tags to stationers and
Printers at Dennlson's low est prices, send us
on order and satisfy ) ourselves.
OLOHE PAPElt CO.
rvUR STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
ntJ. ur:. " ...v' ..,"'., "ii,m" H'OTU!'i
plain, all weights and sues. Envelopes of all
clal and document, nil llrst-cluss goods nml
prices low. Order a sample lot.
(1I.OBE PAPElt CO,
mm: Rutland daily and
X WEEKLY (ILOBK, contains nil tho Inteat
news, Iruudfng tho telegrams ot Iho ussoclated
Rross, local correspondence, state news, c
o expenso spared In tlio editorial department.
Advertising rates low, especially for short ad
vertisements. Tho papers uro largor nnd con
tain more reading matter than any other In the
state. (ILOBK I'APEIl CO
Unwtliftnta iioIh. Hki.t..i . ... .
ftSiownimrPH as New York or litwton llousoa.
IrVZ n -.. ' "lw"""""uous in assorting
lota, whllo a great saving can bo mndo on
freight. (ILOBK PAPElt CO.
,, " l.r -w...!, nii-! vuun luu iuiv
Hacks anil Twines, to lie found tn tho State.
hi 1 t n. hVHt luallly bogus man-
-.V7i.r .J1. fiiun jiuper, uu sues nuu
weights. Best quality paper bags and flour
SSX!Srtavl4.t full weights. N'6
miiniYiTJii' mi uicso gooas in largo
.TTt, '.r VMi,.t" n." r us low as oiuers,
seBtag rtamo quality ot goods, pend us an
g M. RIXRY ft CO.'S
TWO OEMS FOR HoUSRHOLl) L'SK.
Isixbv's Fnuscii Lirxnar IIlci.
lltxnv's IlKlTSuor. Bi.-xki.hii.
WORKING CLASS. .Mule or female,
too n week gunronteed. Ilesiieotoble
emplo)mcnt at home, day or evening" no capi
tal required! full instructions anil valuable
packago of goods sent rreo by mall. Address,
with six cent return stamp. M, lOL'Nfl A; CO.,
173 Greenwich street. N. y, oclUdwlw
VTEVER NEGLECT A COUOH. Noth
JLi Ing Ls more certain to lay the foundation
ror future evil consequences.
A WELLS' CARROL1C TAllLI'IS
ore n suro euro for all dlsonsos of the tpsplro
lory Organs, Sore Throat, Colds, Croup, inph
therla, Asthma, Catarrh, Hoarseness, Dryness
of tho Throat, Windpipe, or Bronchial Tubes,
nun un uiseusei oi lie, i.uhk.
Inull cases ot sudden cold, howcu-r taken,
these Tablets should be promptly ond freeij
used. They equalize the circulation of the
blood, mltlguto thn MAcrltyof thonttnek, and
will, in n very short time, restore liesliby action
lo tho affected organs.
Weill' Cnrbollo Tablets an- put up onlj In
blue boxes. Take no subtll ules. If the) tnn't
bo found at jour druggist's, send nt once to the
ngentlnNen York, who will fnrwnid tliem le
Don't Is; deceive l by Imitations.
Hold by druggists. Price '..-, cents a bos
JOHN (J. K'ELI.OdO, IS Piatt St., New York.
Send for Cliculai-. hole Agent tor the Unlli d
1 ( PER CEXT. NET. The (own
.LV Ifliui and Trust Conipjny will Invest
money on llr.st-class Ileal F.slato nt lo per cent.
Interest, net, payable stmt-anniinlly lu New
York, nnd will guaronlee tho collection of all
loans made through lis agcim. Allebatges
paid by tho borrower, please write, before in
vesting, for New York and New England lefer
enres, nnd full particulars. SiMrn. Mfimiu,
(late Oovernor of Inwn,) Prosldcnt. Addiess
.IAMI.S II. I1EAI1TWEI.L, hecietnry, Drawer H!T
Dei Moines lown septlidwiw
HORINE." -Tho great iliscov-
tor the llninefllrtln l-,.1er mill cure
nt llheumatlsm, Neurnlgis, Sprains, Bruises,
Pains, strains, stiff Joints, swellings. Humilia
tions. Bunions, catarrh, Ac., Ac. it will not
grenso or stnlu, nnd for tlio toilet is n luxury In
every family. Thousands will and now testify
to Its great merits. Trv it. Prlco per bottlo ss
cents. HF.l'BEN IIOYT, 1'rop'r, ia orccnwlch
street, N. Y. hciriid.vwin-
ACRE A T SEXSATIOX !-- Agems
wanted. Cash salary, or commission al
lowed. Strictly honorable. Address F. A. ELLS
n Co., Charlotte, Midi. septudwiw
riMIE NATIONAL EXCYCLOPEDIA
X Completed. Speclinei pages tree. "Con
tains a wealth of Information" Pro. Press.
"Invaluable." Watchman A. Heileclnr. "We
urgoalljoung i-oplo lo secure this wot k."
Boston Commonwealth, "t'seful tacts necessl
ble elsewlicre onlv In costly mid eumticrnus
works." Boston .loiirnnl. It Is an entire
library nt small cost. Agents wanted mcry
where. Address National F.vcvcioi-eiiu Pi n.
Co., TompsonMlle, Conn. sepiidA;w4w
intITH for "LargtT'luristrateir Price
OREAT WESTERXOUX WORKS,
No. lTasmllhtield street,
llreerli-loading Shot Ouns f-to to fsco. Double
Shot (lun, s to lico. single (iuns 13 to ao.
lillles, $3 to I7B. HevoUers, to to $2.'.. Pistols,
tltofs. dun Material, Flslilng Tackle. lsi-go
discount lo Dealers or Clubs. Army duns, lte
olvers, &c, lought or traded for. (inods sent
by express C. O. D. to be examined before paid
lor. sept HdAwnw
' i T0.)IESTIC "PAPElt 1'ASIHnXsT
A (I E N T s W A N T E D .
snxii ion CATALoofi:
SEWINfl MACIIINi: CO.,
QANVASSIXO ROOKS sent fin-for the
UNDEVELOPED A EST
1'ltE YEAltS IN THE TEHItlTOIIIES.
Tho only conipletu history of tho vast region
between tho Mississippi nnd the Pacific; lis
Hesourees, Climate, Inhabitants, Natural curi
osities, etc. It contains 210 tlno engravings of
tho Scenery, ijinds. People nnd curlostles of
tho Great est. Agents nre selling from 15 to
ss copies n day, nml wo send n camassing book
freo to any book agent. Address, stating- ex
perlcncc, A-c., NATIONAL Pl'HI.ISllINO CO.,
Philadelphia, Pa. septHdtwiw
rjMiE FiR'lTivpJibx" oTTinT
ST. PAUL AXD PACIFIC RAILROAD
iuTr.it ror. sai k
i , r, n o , o o o a c R E s :
PRAIRIE, TIMEER AND .MEADOW
1 T O 1 S P I
! I! A C R E;
f""Teii Years' Credit (liven When Desired.
T O W N L O T S
At Moderate Prices In Towns nt I!. 11. stations
Still lobe bad, under Homestead Law, nloug
nil Lines of thlsCompany.
ON THE MAIN LINE,
between Benion and Breckenrldge, we also sell
WHOLE SECTIONS AT PEU ACHE
On 3,'.- Years' Time, Free of Interest,
on condition that the purchaser breaks tho
wholo section within n)enr trom purchase and
plants lorty acres In tlmber.foi- which tho Com
pany will lutntsn )oung trees or seed, For par
Lndd Coimnlssioner, St. Paul, Minnesota.
Q.OODENOUOH HORSE SHOE.
THE CHEAPEST AND BEST.
Cures and prevents all diseases Incident to
the horse's fool,
Jl'ST PUHLISHEI) :
" RATIONAL HORSE-SHOEING,"
u lib plntes, illustrating how to perform oner
atlons nnd euro toot troubles. Sent by mail on
receipt ot one dollar. Send stamp for circular
(iOODENOUOH HOUSE SHOE,
M-psdAw ow 41 Dey street, N. Y,
A GEXTS WANTED for the new- book,
wiv uuu ilUtt'llLUVl'1 OI
KIT C A It S O V
by his comrade and friend, 1). W.C. Peters, Bre
vet Lt.-Col. nnd Surccnn I. M A rm,.,
.,.. ., """seii. iuu oniy iruo nnn au
thentic life of America's greatest Hunter. Troo
per, scout ond Outdo cer published. It con.
Ulns mil and complete descriptions of tho In
dian 1 rlbes of tho Far West, ns seen by Kit
v-ii i sun, nuu men among inem all Ills lira It
gives a full, reliable account of the Modocs and
tho Modoc nr. As n work or nisiorv. it is in.
v aluable. A grand opportunity to mako monev.
Our Illustrated circulars sent freo to nil nppll-
Cnnta U'riln nml amlim l.rritnn'nlnn.. '
DUSTIN, OILMAN & CO.,"
septi'JdAwiw Hartford, Couu.
"I" EXTUCKY A- GREAT EASTERN
1! A I L W A Y V O M P A N Y,
SEVEN PER CEXT. GOLD ROXDS,
Coupons pnyablo Februai-)' and August tii Oold,
.....v., . vi r. ... .,,i,iuuii-, riu ft.nu m yo 1XT
cent, nnd accrued Interest In currency: seemed
by l lrst Mortgage ; execute.! to FanneW Loan
aud Trust coniiiany of Now York.coverlug Com
panj'sLluc, Its Franchises, Eoulnments lteni
and ltrsonnl Estate, at tho rata of iiiobo m
OhibitoadVKamireV. ""-"P and
lloverntnents, state. City, ltallrond m-
at highest market rates, without cominiMiSn'
and ii. A- tl E.H Bonds forwat lwl fior Chn
to purchaser. Pamphlets, Ma s a lid lull lnfoV.
muilou will bo turn shedtu a" pile" "c "i to
FJSHEIt & SONS.
, , W South St., Haltlmoi-e,
Aireni; !,ii 'tiZ? 7.7. -,u,u """-crs, ailU l ISCOl
kotsoflho uVs. ' " v ",nr"
Or tn llnnl-u n,..l ... ..
counti-v ""iiis mruufnoui IU0
vuuiiir) , SCDt23dlnr4iv
I5MH1.M?ST F0It ALL.-Ono
.,,oo Ke.'!t ln four weeks mado a nront or
J'8-8?. l ing Bryant's Llbrari- ot - ind
song ; $10 In ono week nn Tim V liS!i,.rJr
3 cM alTaS
A WATCH FREE worth $20, riven
gratis to every Ilvo man who will net ,
pur agent. Business light , iS I Bouorable mm
mado in s d.j-s. saleablo as Dour. Kvervbodv
buys It. can't do without it. Mint have ilnS
P1ltt80buCgP?r' no",lmm'ff' KENNEDY
i Htsburg, I a, octodw4w
rjMIE IIAKINs MAf MIX - t o
I II. Iinurif, Ms. M,v, i 1
t FlilH A I. t Hol!lONl..s i
f.iir Comiiiiii'il Eiigim i mm r t , . ,
i In iunidllles and lo s!.,iilnr i.v -1
all pans ore Interclinngcubl' i . n ,
greater nfets and less exp' . tin n
engine manufactured, si-' rni i ,.
.power. Ware ltooins, No L. c. ri u .n '
Y. Send for clicuiar. .. . i ,
W'ASIIIXOTOX OITSIDE AM) Is
I 1 side. Agents wonl I fr.r .m
history of our National cpiU. : t-, ,
growlli, exit-leiircs,abues,Viuili. nnd i i
wmnges aie nil porn ami In tlnii gi ...,, J i
which lias iilaeed the author, v '. ! i
eml, nmong the foiemost , .....
pon'IOnls or tho llmo It alies lokl.
truthful Inside views nt Wusliliigion
Congicsslotial nnd l)1ibjng .tobliei
' 1 1 111.
.IA.MES IIF.'ITS A (O., ll..i i,tff.
7TH THOUSAXI) IX PRESm- nnsi
month. Hemarknbto wicre. Ouo no ,
made till In four d.i)s, and anoiiiir -4 . u
da)s, selllngOCEAN'SSIOHY. A p'.-r . tlur
saurusof Exploration, Discovery iiiei Ad u me
upon, and the Wonders Hem am i,. err i
!I-PP J!l!."1f Dredging, Trlrgraohtng, A
225 spirited Engravings' Price extremel) h i
sells ninarlngly fast, strike qnmi; tor chol.
field. Address HIIHIAHD IH.OS, Publisher ,
M Washington St., Boston. s' o-"0 n n
It)-: DAYS ON AX ICE RAFT
An official ond Tlirllllnir 111' 'in oi
J'' ,r'-VRIS EXPLDI'l 10
I.nilei- he la pcapt. Hall, his .intln , u nt"
I einnrkable ltcseuf. of t he CI cw fi . ' i
III"1 I If'lll l.f I III. lion 111. 1 ,
jtrdltlniH lo the ArrtiPWorM fr.m u.
i-i-ii- -s-t, i Jllinlli mi,) i j;
: C f.n.r. up . I
Bl'.SlXESS Agents nn.l (,,nni.
iV anted. "lectures Olifl Sr., nnM I'
V . M. Pllnshon. I.E. 1). llel nn'il . .f .. in...
ii. iiioirs, ..mps, .u.iri, riotur.'s O'.i.l up ns,
howl:.g siik nnd l.lntn Ihrem!. Ari-'. for
, ... ... , ..un us,., i-no., i r
J. How either sex mnv fnseln its i,i r
the Iom- and affections or anv r n .1 m
clioosn instantly. This slmplo mental h
inenv ,ui enn possess, tree, ny man, ror 2'' i
gelber Willi n mnrrlago gulile, l.'g)ptlan orn. I .
Dream?, Hints to Ladles Weddliig-Nlght stm
Ate. A nueer book
Auuress'r. iii.i.iam A,
o. tod. i
("1AXVASSINO ROOK'S Sent Pit ,
J Prof, rowt.r.lts onrAT nmn:
On Manhooil, Wnmnnbood nnd their M '
iiui.r.ri-iuiions : iive. us Laws I'oi. i, e.
Agenlsureselllni? from ir. to -. rnm, r.f , .
workaday, and wo send a canv..sslng 1
iree loans hook agent. Addnss, it itin rt
WV'l .'W 'A'l'ONAI. ft IH.HiiINo Co.
Philadelphia, Pa. .-. . t,. 4
OLD MAIDS, Tcnclieis. s ,
l lergjmen, Poslinasters, uuu v l
Young Men, unit Mei, niM Wore , .i
You can easilj eain a lirst.t i. -., ..,,
chine; or books sunielent losi'nek.i iPn ai
aomn vjlunbln pictures lo bruunt ir b
or n nice stereoscope; or n g'-Mi t . ..
(clock or watch) ; or n music ou.v c
or n photographic album: or n si.n 1
lamp for your parlor; or a u
Webster's illustrated quarto Di-ti
Itoger's world renowned stntuun
linuMoiln: oi-u llcmmlniton rule i
Itemlngton ilnuble barrel brei . b-l
gun: or a eabliiLt organ worth $nn
"U1MHM !., UU, llllllLlllllVII III.'.' I I
plained In the circulars ot the M. li. 1
lectly legitimate and l especiiiiib : ' .
say philanthropic. Addiess M, II. I
East2sth street. New Yoik.
WATERS' CONCERTO PU.LOR
OHOAMS aro the most in nun ii ns 1
nnd jierfect In tone ever made. -J lie t uu i
Mop is uio uesi ever piaecu innm oi'-'i'u. l 1
produced by an extra set of reeds, pccuh.it I
voiced, the effect of which Is most chathilu
nnd soulMlrrlngwhlle lis Imitation 't in
man voice is sitpeiii. Tenn liner. i
A GREAT OKFEK ! '
llurnee Waters K Sou, 4S1 mik imv .. ., i
wIlldlsposeotMnpinncsinnd nigans 'if Hr--class
makers, Including Waters', ,it cti imeu
Sow prices lor cash, or pnrt cash, and hum
In small monthly pa.ments. New i-Oi'f.i
tUM-class Pianos, all modern imprnvi nvn'sf
$2;seasli. organs, r,-octave, jrn. Dmi".-j
organs. 4 stops, $uo ; s stops, ?12P. niirirat i
catalogues mulled. A It rgedN ,,nnt to Mln
tci-s, churches smidav schools '1
I70R COUGHS, COLDS, HOARS1
J. NESs, and n tIIHoaT Dsi:sLS
WELLS' CARROL1C TM'.n.l
Put up only In BLUE boxes. t . . i.
remedy. Sold by Druggists. . . ,
STEAJI POWFR f
0 C01STLANDT ST
VfcW l II (-..
Superior Henni engines nnd boiii i ,,
macldnery and duplication ot pans. i h
safe, economical, easily managed nnd not ii
to derangement. Their combined enunc mm
boiler ls peculiarly adapted to nil putpo. s r
qulringsmall jiower. More than ill) cn-tm
trom 2 to 10,) horse-powei'. In tis,.. send tor !'
lustratcd circulars. . . ir,--.' t .
On nnd alter Monday, June Sd. is,,, n- in
will run ns rollows, (Sundays exeet , :
ootso south and r i r.
Leae ltutland at 1C:S0 and !:.. n. . ,.. s d 12
and mh) p. m.
MAIL. Leave Ogdensburg ni s.jO 1 .,., si
Albans nt C:2i) a. 111., Burlington t,i Suo u. tn
Port Henry lit 7:15 a. m., ltutland nt 12:10 p. m.
llellOU M C:l U nt ..'".I ,n n..lrl- . . 1 . '
don at 9:30 p. m., 'connecting with' s ' n, to"
NEW YOHK EXPltESs.I.eaMS M ,it, ,
9:00 a. m., Burlington 10:20 a. m.,nriit:n m
ltullandnt, I2:.vip. ni.
NIH1IT EXPl!l!.ss.iaves Ogdensburg ut 1V;.
M p.m.. Plat tsburg 3:30 p.m., Montre.d n.oi
St. Johns 4:M p. in., St, Albans ;:2i) p. in.. Bill
llngton:10 p. in., ltutland U:to a. ii... BulT n
I am, S:2i a. in. nn l) Ing at New I.. udon .'
-MIXED TIIA1N. Leaves Burlington ut 2:00 1
ni., arming lu itutiaml at ;mo p.m. Lead
ltutland nt 4:S)n. in.. Pel ows Falls T.-45 n. m
(accommodation tniln),rrivlng:ii N w Lnndon
XII V'PlI n-l, UY T no, ..c n -.rtft
nrrti Ins ln Bellows Fails nt lu:w p. m. '
Leaves Hiilliind nt l!4.1 mill r..jn ... , ,
and s:iisp. m.
5IA1I tnvcM Vew Titn.Mi. .., ..m.
Sprlnglleld &:w a. m., Boston ;uo :u m., B P w
Falls 11:45., Kutlaud 2:50 p. in., arrlvtn i l in
Henry' at 9:00 p. m Burlington t:H n. m.. bi
Albans cmo p. m., Montreal 9:15 p. m., Ogden-.-burg
His a. in., making connections v. lih train
for tlio est,
KXPItEss Leaves ltutland .i' an n. n, . '
Albsus nt R: p. m. ' '
NKIIIT EXPllEss.-Leiues New I n ' n
!: p. m., sprlnglleld at s.-is p. in.,connccin
with train lenilsg New York ut D.-M p. m.. l .
ows, ran, tirw p. m., connecting w m i,
len ing Boston nt 6:30 p. m., llutlnml l:iu n. in..
Burlington 4:40 n. m., St. Alb.ins C:io, arrl,.!
Hi Montreal at 9: is a.' m., Plattsburg n is:W, n ..
jbiins nt 3 i. n r """8 111 '",J1'-ra' m"'
vivrn fpn'iM. t ..
ii ,i.n', ,' 'ii0"" 1'all:W !' '' n-'ns Hi
Trntns lenvi, ll,',rlo.,n.. Mn.. . - .
peiier, Ac., at can a. m., i2:o p. in. nnd t:55 p. m
tyiilto Hlvcr Junction, Ac, at c:!:a u. m, ',.
una a.m., nnu 5:55 nnd u:2o p. m.
Connkciionh . At liutland with Hcnsselaer A
...viuiuKii huh inirieiii r.Mt-iisiou imiiroaiis: oi
Bellows Falls Willi Cheshire Hailroad; at South
v...,ul. .v... i jiiuiiuaii,
I fr'H eenlnir curs nle nltnclir.il tn toi.,
boliveeii St. Allmns mill Tmr n..,l n,,!.iiU."4
and Boston. OYLES MFItHILIT
St. Albans. Vt.. June 3d. 1ST3. "0n'1 M,1'
J-JARLEM EXTEXSIOX RAILROAD
CHANG JJ OF T1M1.
IS73. SUMMEIt AIIliAVfinvrvTu .
On nml nriii.iAn.t.,. ............
will run aVfoliows 7 " i""' ,!"'' ,r!un'
MlVnt-liinv. D..M....I . .
Ing cioso ronnee ons"' V,"".n' !'
firlih en"c,nn,Sr.?:o;v Yo,rk' Albany. Hudson, nnd
vivrn i f st 011 "' A-
nfngfon ami rnov. " ".u""1' nl !'la v' m" 10 w'"
attach!' i'ak "A,x "'"' Passenger rnr
ottachciD.-ixai es ltutland nt Mil o. m.
ltutland to New York ... mr.j
jo Aioany 3 Ou
to Hudson, . - o'i
'""No lay over cheeks given.
AlilUVi: AT BUTLAND.
Mnll ft K n ... . , ,
T.SOp m ' .'iinni, i.w is m.; uium
0L0I1E rArEit 00.
, ., . F C WHITE. SUpt
nutland. Juno 14, 1ST2, mayidswu