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RUTLAND, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1873.
VOL. 1---NO. 151.
riUHTAIN COHNICE3 or 11LACK
V- Walnut, or all (lilt, tnailo to order, cur
liiln Rings, Tassels nnil Curds. PEAHHOHN'S
(JIIOW CASKS, COHNEH, CLOCK
D niul Mantle Shelves made to order, wild
1'l.iln or .Moulded edges. HHACKETS suwed In
dllTerent styles nt DEARIIOHN'S
Xri.' mouldings roit imc'ithe
Framing, Chromoi, Lithographs, nrd
Ungrav lugs at PEA RlloHN's
VUlFWr FTTfA'd ,slltnr,s.
PVl'TEKN.-i (FT TO MEAMEE.
1 N. MEHHIAM'S PHltrECT FIT
All, TINO hill UTS. Tlio most comfui table,
durable and cronoinlc.il. JeSTdl)
Deciceh nitos. unimvalled pi
ano FORTES, pronounced the tluost In
tin1 world. Wiiriuntod for seven years.
ii. ii. m o it i: ii o r s i:,
Opposite Central Home - - RUTLAND, VT.
111 TLAND MANl l'ACTUItlNll (OMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
WOOII AND CHAIN SHAY CHAIRS HED
STEAPS AND I II MI! STIM'K.
miner of West ..ml Inrtst Ms
i Viniinn, st. (.. ( . Id mii.hi.. Trens.
W. K I X CJ ,
.Mmiiifueiui. randwholi uudiclalld
SASH, DOORS, llLINDs,
ii' l I.DlNl.S, HHACKETS, AND HOtSI
ot nvniv 1'F" utrnoN.
' L UN VCK M Kt.KT, lll l LAN IP, V
(ml"rs b in.ill or othen i epminptly .i'l
i d t I.
LINCOLN IlION WOIIKS.
MaibleMIU and IloMlnu M.e l.liier.i
most Improved coiistiuellon.
oumplnjf in.irhlnery, cn-iiii'.
Meet mid Iron Wire lto"
Kut'.iuil, VI., Mayl, is;a.
si 1 14 1 jrew r il nn-
ni rt u roii axi i'i;.u iiim. si.A ir.i:,
ill TI.ANl) VUU.MON I'.
Ill is pii'p.irod to do all woil. pmuipll.v and
well, orders can bo lell at .I. II. ulv nn's stoi e
on Merchants' How, or at the ll.inluell Ilou-e.
l!,fe,.n KochvTonil Ii.iiictt,l!iilliind: I.. M.
Mason, President ot Klrst Nutlmml Hank, De
troit, Mlclilgau: Hon. .I. M. Marvin, siratog.i
T O .N -M AUK K T,
DfNTON k IIAYWAKII
All kinds of Meats,
KWi, Vegetables and
Fruits in liieirscaion.
Klngslej Sprague's lllnc!:, AlcrclmnlH'
k li.VKEU'S I.MPKOVED
SIIIITI.I: AND I1I.ASTIC STITCH,
rwixu ir.wjLxiis, .ru, .ic
ai i;. x. mi:i!Iiiam'..
M) PIIINTKItS AND PUI'.LISIir.US.
Tin (.I.Olii; Paper Co., liavlus ilupllcales ot
the fullovrlng ai llcles offer tliem lor sale at low
steam linglne, suitable for i mining presses,
11')'' l ,11'd PICS3,
unllli Hand Pri-.-,
Ono Itule Mili'iliifc .Machines,
I.' ad ( inter,
And linn "roils other nt llcles used In a Piloting
1l'I!I!INE WAT Lit WHEELS.
I'KICi: LIST or T1IH
f 300.00 1 -J 2 Inch r.Tr..i.o
:i.V).('0 4i ' TiHi.ni)
inn on I on " iiiiu.0'i
M " '.!. 'i " WW')
r.lghty per cent, useful erfect mnranleed
at a recent testof u thlrty-sl'C-lucli Wetmoro
wheel, by Mr. Kmcrsnn, at lloljoke, Mass., I no
average ot ten tilals was ov:u i:iiiiitv-tvvo
I'ltIC r, LIST or
Till'' WOOLCOTT TI'IlIlINi:.
$ T5 00 At
1M) 0 1 1 43
amMW I Gil
A thoroughly built, economical, durable
wheel, and sold nt n small percentpge over
Mlllvvoikof all dobcrlpllons to order.
Sl'I.LIVAN MACIIlNi: CO.,
claremont, N. II.
UC'UAP IKON AND STEEL. OLD
U M.irblo Saws and Currency taken In ox-
tmnge lor Mills ai uie
inavldJm ItDTLAND NAIL WOIIKS.
West of Lincoln Iron Woiks
-Sclf.Inklns Po.iil I'tcBs.
I Jlllll I 1.1U. l ll-llllliiji
X New and valuable Invention.
1 very bust
in -.1 man should navo one. rresses nun uuuiis
from tie upwardi. SoniUtnmn for Catalogue of
Presses. Ti pe. cuts. etc. (iOI.DINii K CO., u
Kllb street, lijaton, uilgMIJSwiim
NU. lSMKHCHANTS' HOW,
I r iti mid I., ad l'lpe. Portable and St itlouary Ln
glues; Itotury Steam, roreeandcl'-lerii Pilinn
Leather and Kubber lleltlmr: ituhber Hose am
I'.iektiig! Kubber Oiercouls, illovm lilnl Mll-
ensi Steam mid Water (laiigesj Water, htnam
and lias Fittings, mid rKtuiim, nil kinds ; Plax
and Soapitone racking i Cotton Waste, I'ltinib
h'hM, WATIilt AND .s 1 ITT I NO
Done at short nollco, and nt prli
s adapted to
1TEAM STONE Cl'TTEIt COM PAN V,
sols x't'eprtetorH and maiiufin I urers or t he
KTON I'. ClIANNLI.r.i'l OK (il AJMIYINfl ma
ciiini;, Vor cutting stouo Into vailou-. sl.es and di
mensions '.IN ALL KINDS OP (it'AHHIKS.
m i ice and sitor,
JOHN W. CIIAMTO.M, Pn't.
(IKOltOH I.'. ItOYOi:, Treas.
CHAItl.LS iiuiik, Heo'y.
(ILO. .1. WAUDWllI.L, fiupt.
; . ii I.
HMtNESHES, OAKIlIAdl'! TOPS,
hoots, shoes, inc.
Fits harnesses perfectly and prevents crack
ing. Does not fry out or gum the surface.
Softens and preserves tho leather. Kxrludes
the water. Excellent for boots, shoes, mo
trwoivea universal satisfaction, Manufac
myiodi-wtr N. C. MAI1CI1, Jllddlehur-,
Finn: eiiom alcohol.
1)11. J. WAI-KMl'S CAt.UOUNIA VlNi:UAIl UITTEI19
au- n purely vegetable preparation, made
elilelly Horn the native herbs round on the low
er ranges otthu Sierra Nevada niouiitalns or
Calltornta, tlrelinedlclnnl properties of w lilcli are
extracted Iheicliom without the use of Alcohol.
The. intention Is almost dally asked, "What Is
the nuusuuf the unparalleled success of ink
uiuliirrKiisr'rour answer Is that they remove
the rase of il"sease. und the patient recovers
his health. 'Ilieyaie the Brent blood purlller
and n life-giving principle, u pel felt Renovator
mid luvlgurator of the system. Never beforo
In tlio history ot the world has a medic no been
compounded possessing the remarkable niiall
tlesot Vinkuah IllTTEKSln healing the sick of
any disease man is 1 oino. iney uru niur
I'uriatlvn as well as Tonic, luilevlng Conifcu
inn iir fHilaminatlon of the I.lver and licer.it
Oia-lins 6r IlllllOUS Diseases. i
WAi.ui:it's California vixnn.Mt
nr.t. nn nil i iiese c.ises lii a singular manner.
llvpiiillylnglholiluod they rvinuvu tlio cause,
ninf iiv tnsnii'in nwiiv the etTectsof the liillam-
inutloh (Hit) tubercular deposits) tlm ntlcctcil
jiarts receive health, and u penuatient enrols
II' MIJN W1I.1, KN.T0Y (1001) lir.AI.TH,
lei Ihemuse Vinhiau l'.tTTi.ns as ainedlcltie,
ii iit avoid the u.-.e of alcoholic stimulants Hi
i" en form.
iii'ui I. tin Msmvii !liTri:i:s the most wonderful
ltiv lnni.ini thalevefMiitnlneil the sinking sys-
NO l'l:l(sox ( AN TAKIITHIM! Ui'iTHI!"
iiivordlli'.r to illiectium mid i eiiiiilii Iohl-on-
well, provided t licit- bones are not destroied by
mineral poKou orotherniemis,mnlvltnl organs
liasieu oeyonii repair.
whit h ale so piivaleiil In the valleys of our
vrreal rliers throuir houl the I idled States.
esp.clnllj those of the .Mississippi, Ohio, Mis
souri, Illinois, Teiitiessee.cunibeilaiid, Arkan
sas, Ited Colorado, Itraos, IMo Orande, Pearl,
Aianani.i, .viniuie. .avmiumi. iio.inoKc, .inines.
and uiaii.v otliers, vMth tlielr vast tiilmtailes,
ihrimglioiit oui' entile country during the
Summer mat Amman, anil lemarkably so dur
ing seasons of unuiii.il heat mid dryness, are
luvatlalily accompanied by extensive deriinge-
iiieiusoi uie siomacu nun liver.noii oincrao
domlii.il viscera. Ill their treatment, u purga
tive, exciting u pimeriul Inllueiicc Uion these
vatiiius organs, Is e.isentlaliynccessar.v. There
Is no cathartic tor the ouinose cnit.il to Dr. .1.
Wai.ki.u'm Vim:hak IIiitiuk, as they will speed
ily leinove I lie d.irk-rolored viscid matter Willi
vv lilcli the bmv els are I jaded, at the same time
.Minimal ill'' ua' secretions 01 the liver, ami iren-
erally testoriug the lieallhy funi'tlons of the di
I'OliTirYTIli: I10DV AO A INST DISIJASIl
by purir.iliis'idl the llttlds vvlih vinlovk it
ii:ns. Nn epldemle can take hold 01 the sj stem
DVSI'IIPSIA Oil INDIOKSTIO.N,
hi ad-aehe. iialn in the shouldeis. couirhs. tlirht-
iiess of the chest. dl7iness. sore eruclatlons of
the slomarh, li.nl taste In the mouth, bilious at-
lacus, paiiiuiuon 01 inn ue.in, iiiiiaiiimaiioiioi
uie lungs, pain in uie legiiiu 01 uie Kuineys,
mid a liumlreil other p.itntul s.viiiloms are oil -HUiiiifs
ot dvstienla. One bottle will prove a
belter gu.irmiiee of Its merits than u length
SCIiOl'TI.A, 01! KINO'S I1VIL,
while swellings, ulcers, Lnslpilas, swilled
neek. entire, sei-oriltiiltl llill.immatloli. laercil-
rl.il alfectlons, old sines, eruptions of the skin.
sore eves. etc. la I nese. as 111 a II other I'onsu-
lllllnnal diseases, WAl.kKll's Viskoaii IIITTI in
have khoivn their gleat curative iwivers In lln
muii oostitiatc milt ltur.iciaoie cases.
I'Olt INI'LAMMATOItY AND CllltONIC ItllLr-
J.UHI, untune, I linn iriii-iuiii int. i iiniit i.i h- ki.t,
diseases of the blood, liter, kidneys ami blad
der, these bllteis liavenoenu.il. such diseases
are caused by v Itlated blood
Persons engaged In paints and minerals, such
us plui.ibei's, typo-betters, gold-beaters und
miners, as they advance In Hie, are subject to
p.iralyslsof the bowels. To guard against this,
laivu u nose 01 vv Ai.iiiars v inkoau uittkiis occa
sionally. roil SKIN DISUASL'S,
t-iupllons, tetter, salt rheum, blotches, spots,
pun uei. uisiuies. iJoi'S.cm'biiucies.ring-ivorms,
scald heads, i-oio ')e, erysipelas, Itch, scurfs,
dlMioloiatlons of the skill, humors mid diseases
of the hkln of whatever name or nature, aro
literally dug up and carried oiitot t no system
111 u snori i line o,v uie use oi most; oiiieis.
PINTAIIi: ANDOTIILlt WOItMS,
lurking In the system of so many thousands, are
effectually destroyed mid removed. No system
of medicine, no vermifuges, no anthclmlalllcs
will free the sjstem from worms like these Hit
l'Olt l'KMAIX COMPLAINTS,
In oung or old, married or single, nt tlio dawn
oi vvoiiiamioou, or me turn uf lite, these ionic
imt"rsiu.pia so iieciiieu an iiiuuenco nun nil
proveineui issoon percepiioie.
c,l.,Nsr.'llli: VITIATKD Ill.OOI)
vihenever you lind Its Impuillles bursting
i nioiiHii uiu SKiu in puupies, eruptions or sores,
M.....II lil.l.o v.tll thiilll i.l.wlp..i l..ilnt.il kllin.
glsh In the veins ; demise it when It Is louT;
jour feelings will tell you when. Keep the
blood pure, and the health of the system will
.'. itiiXAM .! ;cu.,
ITiiayiSlB UIIU leil'-l ill yiKcmn, nan riuuvuvu.
I'alltonil.i, und comer of Washington und
CIi.ii iPstou si I eels, N, .
80l.ll II V Al l. I'llt'lllilSrS AND IIKAI.EUS,
oct, i. d.tvv com ly.
LTLAND .AIAHIiLE CO.MPANV,
VVIMll.l'.sAI.H IIUAI.KItS IN
II LOCK it SAWED .M A It It L E.
(J II A HUH jl AND Mll.IJi,
.1 N. 1IAXTEI1, Supt. WEST ItUTLAND, Vt
All the gruilim of Hutlimtl Marble, In the
hhano of slabs of Various thicknesses remilred
for I'liinliuie, Mantel, and Decoratlvu Work, as
well as Cemetery usoss ulso Cubic Slock for
Monumental ami iiuiiiiiug purposes, Including
liases, ni rips, iiuu i osii, iiiuj ou louuu on our
yarn ui au nines.
Ourcflenslve nrrniigcmcnts for
lion or .viurmc, in iiio way oi
i iiinery, nnu nuns ct
of saws, place us
1 compilslng tlilrty-lno gangs
is In jioslllon to supply tliu
mile. Wliolesnln und Ketall
ivanls uf tlio Trade.
Dealers, lluili ers. Purnllure-Mcn. und ecu.
eral Manufiicturers will llnd It lo their Inteiest
lo favor us Willi their oruers.
1IUTUN1) MAIIIILP. CO.
"lir.NCILS.-rDlxoii'n Pencils', inailo In
.1. tho United Stales, aro much bupcrlor to
k'.,l.r,u ...1.1 nl lnuri.1 tirlfMM 'VtV
- wu. P, uuu 1MU OV.1 w v win. 1" -
olode PArcn co.
Wholesale dealer In
CAUroilNIA WINES AND I1HANDY
IMrmiTEK AM) WIIOt.BSHt.K DElLKn
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
The attention ot Town Aifcnts, Physicians
and Druggists is especially called to our wines,
us they are unsurpassed for medical purposes,
coming from one of tlio oldest vineyards In
.,., , ....
- umo.l.,a. goou, Buu a,,,, ,m,t arm a,-
Isfaetory, or to be relumed nt my expense.
o f r 1 0 1: ,
coiiNint riinidiiT and r.viu.vx, stm.,
(I.nnilon i. Iluntoon'8 lilack,)
llutland. VI. rayltf
We are ptepaied lo Hind In new mid nppropil
uie sivieunyoi tue popular
HOOKS, MAOA.INIS AM) NEWS.
O !' T II 11 D A Y ,
at 77;: p.v.t i.nwnsr hath.
.vnicrlean Law llevlew,
American o Idfellows Maga.lne,
AiMiur's Home .Magazine,
Ililllsh (;u.irlerly lievicv,-,
iiii'iSi'l. ui 1 nil,
Cabinet Makers Album.
Children's Pi lend,
Coachniakei's Join nal.
Cultivator K. Country Oonllriii'ii,
Clint lei box,
Druggists Ciretilar and liemlenl (iaette,
Kv cry Saturday,
CuJe.v'H Ladle's Hook.
(loud Wonls, - -5
Oleasbii's I.tierary criinpaniou,
Hin pels Weekly,
Harpers 11a .aar,
Heai-t and Hand,
Hall's Journal of Health,
Journal ot lloittculture,
Journal of Phnrmacy,
Uiinlon Illiistrateil News,
La S.illo Monthly,
London Sut lcty,
Leslie's IllustraKsl Nows,
Leslie's Laity's Magazine,
i.nteirs Living Age.
Manufacturer and lliillder.
Medical and surgical Hcporler,
Medical and Surgical Juiirmil,
Norlh Aineilcan llevlew,
new i.ngianu l armer,
Old anil New,
our Young l'olks,
Oliver Optic's .Mngalnc,
our Hoys ami (ilrls.
Orel land Monthly,
Pet 'i-soiis Magazine,
Popular Science Monthly,
Science of Health.
Student and SclKoPnale,
poriiug i lines,
Sunday school Times,
Van Noitrauti's L'rleetlo Kn.)
Wilkes spuit of tho Times,
Wav erly Magivzlne,
Wit mid Wisdom,
World's Household Magazine,
Samples ot lllialln'' can always bo found In
oiirComitliig-rooic, or wo will send prices by
11)1111 un lipiMiL-uunii,
Missing iiumbersof any Magazine or Newspa
per furnished If desired.
1 .IIIICUIUI illiriliiuil till en Ml
HiNDiNfi simirr music a d old woiik
Liberal dlscounls lo Town orClly I.lbrmles.
(I LOIiE PAPEIt OO.MI'AXY,
Pilulers mid Hook.blinlers,
IIAXTP.H NATIONAL HANK,
J. W, ciiaviios,
N. T. Nl'KAHVK, .III.
W. C. Hi'Niuxr,
W. (!. I.ANIitlN.;
'I'. W. PAKK,
OBO. Ii. ItOVCK,
OeniiiiK It, Hoituu,
0 0 I, L HOT I ON H
Mado and remitted for nt lowest Hales,
INTKIIKST AI.1X)1VEB OK TIME PEl'OSITf.
A general Hanking mid Exchange business
II. Heniiv iuxTEit, Prest. J, k. liAXTKU, V, PreH
Usouoe It. BQTTIT.V1, Cashier.
1 may i
Ckoccvicji ami roviisicins
WITHOUT IlKOAltD TO COST,
TO MAKE ItOOM.
Till! STOCK WILL UK SOLD AT
(Jit EAT 11AIIOAINS,
As 1 inn bound to
1. O S K
0 If T
PIIKVIOILS To OOTOIIIIU ir.ni
II i: li 1! A I! I)
OA iFen" "
Wholesale and llelali Dealers In
C.ItOOEItlES AND PltOVISIONS,
CANNHI) PI1CITS, PICKI.KS, Ac,
( 1 SS, 1!A 1 (T 1 1 UN W A II K
AND FANCY GOODS.
Alio, Dealers In
DliY (100DS, SHAWLS, DltKss (1001),
HOMLIiY, (JI.OVLS, AC, AO,
An assort tnent of
OENTS' KUltNISHINO (iOODS
Constantly on hand.
AOUNTS 1011 MAIL STHAMHHS TO AND
r-DI!Al'TS 1'Oli ANY AMOUNT ON Till!
HANKS OP I'.NGIiAND, 1HLI.AND. SCOTLAND
COKNKIt FHUirillT AND LVULYN STS.
ItF'l LAND, VT.
l I! E E It T U It N E It
Til WALL STIinCT, NEW Y0I1K,
nflpv mi- sale nil I lie various crades ot ltetllied
Sugar of Supei lor Quality nt the Lowest Market
i-riees. A supenoi ipinuiy oi nunc mxui ioi
Confectioners use. Also,
STAKDA HI) 01 1 ANULATE I ),
WHITE COFFEE A,
OPPEE EX.THA 0,
And the lower grades of
y i: h l, o ip ti u o a n
Orders to be addressed to our ofllce In New
VOiK, it; wall street, l or. I'eari.
Parties ordering 10 ban els can have them as.
or Cash In T days, less
X ier cent. discount,
1 8 711
O L 1) It E D S T O H E,
aiiooiuuus axo i'iiovisioxh,
CHEAP l'Olt CASH.
111.1) lir Mkiiciiants' ItlllV,
ITiLK IIOHN is MAONOLIA
JiU v cry choice, for sale at
II. W. MAHSIIAI.L
N A II Oil PICKLES,
vvnreeiterslilio Sauce. Nabob Sauce. In fact
neai ly nil kinds of English Pickles can bo found
... it vv i lrs.il a i ,u
PEAS, from ISO centH to fl.Ti'Sj nlso ficsli
iiiuiinii v ur r i.i., UL
II. W. MAItSIIALI.'S
maylil.Vvvly Corner of (Iruvo iintl Wcststs
S 0 A
(I It A P E S
11. W, MARSHALL'S.
OHUNHLLAH. PHUNES. CIIEHIHES
.1. Peaches, lllockberrles, ltasnberrles,ITutna
Huckleberries. Also, ull kinds ot fruits In cans,
for sale ai. u. vv. jiiAitaiiAi-u
mayldivviy (Jroro stmet, ltutind. vt.
(Clothing & uinishiufl oortjs.
goods i m:w ooodsii
HATES' HOUSE COHNEIt ST0HE,
For Fall and Winter wear.
MLNS' HOYS' and CIIILDItKNS' SUITS,
All Styles niul prices,
HI.Ui:, I1I.ACK I1II0W.V
SILVLIt AND CASTOIl
All hires niul stIe.
II A T
S A N D 0
Of every description.
A P S
LA DIL.S' AND OENTS' THAVLT.INO
tir Savo money bv buying goods
Hates' House corner Store. 41 Mei chants' How.
corner Center street.
UW .VASON S JEHKOWSKI.
(! L O T II I N (J
OENTS' FUIINISHINO (IOODS.
O V E 1! C O A T S ,
All grntles fur .Mens' nntl linys' wear.
Pino Hint! niul Olive
1! E A V E It S U ITS.
FANCY CASSlMLIll! SUITS
of every description.
(loods shown with pleasure and sold at pi Ices
that defy compel It Ion.
A. O. Cl'NNINOIIA.M,
No. .', Cr.NThu sr., Oppo-Jletlio Depot.
totol5 and JHii1 itoomsi.
A li I) V E L L II O U S P. ,
II'. UllAMTOX, Vroprutnr.
The IIAIIDWEI.L HOI SI! Is loe.tled oppolle
the Depot, mid has long been favorably known
to the traveling public. II has been lecenlly
Impioveil, now iilforillng the best and mint
ample aeeoiiiliio.l.itlou to guests.
'lite TAIII.i: will be sunnlleil with all the
luxuries ut the season, and every attention will
oe pain to i lie loinioi i oi us pan oils.
In the fut me, in In the past, the Pi opi!etnr In
tends to make It a tlrst-el.is.i House atTonlluir
all the commits of a home to the traveler. The
public patronage is solicited.
a tump i.ivivm in connection vviiu mo
Attentive POHTEItS will be found nt the De
pot on the an Ival or all trains.
X T It A L HOUS E ,
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
HOARD by the Day, Week or Month.
NEWLY FURNISHED RCOMS
L O W
It A T K
seiied In every stloiihd for sale In; huge or
Sept. 23, ls71
A ICE DUNMOHH DOUSE
E. P, 1IIT0I1COCK, PliOI'lilK Hill.
J. W. PORTER. Manaoeu,
This well know n ami popular Hold, situated
on the shores of Lake Dimmoie, has been re
cently put In thorough repair. Several new
Cottages have been built and newly furnished,
mid will bo opened Juno 1st, lorthe reception of
linarilers and tourists, ma)2idtf
L O H I D A
From November to May. Ploild.i is tho favor-
He resott for noithein people, but lis llmlteil
holel capacity prevents many from making It
Ihelrvvliitcr home, who would otherwise do so.
it is proposed to build a huro hotel nt some
point In the state to meet tho reiiuliements ot
lltosr ii un tii-sni' puiieiiui uii'oillllioil.llious,
My expel lenco at the St. James llolel, Jackson,
vllle, last winter, enables me to speak com!,
dently as to the success of this enteriirlse.
For Information as lo plans, Ac, address
F. II. ORVIS,
Equinox House, Manchester, Vt.
JEW DINING HALL,
u a i) i k s a .v i) (i i: .v r ii i: m i: a
.1. W. F1S1IEH,
((Julnn's lilock,) Orrosirn the Dusit,
fViiim Meals nt all hours, Polite and
attentive vvalteis In attendance,
fresh Oysters received dally, uud sold by the
Kui.vu, sumiui niul.
UltT A SHEHMAN
ALL I1EST PHINTS. lojc.
Puiiiitl Prints, 45c, (s yards.) French Prints,
t.Ol.. reduced from cue. Ladles Merino
Vests, l. Red Hose, astoBT. Eng
lish Socks, w, If., 87.
The illicit stock ot English and French
II L A 0 K
0 O O D S
U N I) E It W E A II .
The finest and cheapest goods In New England.
LADIES' VESTS, 11,00.
noxiiuiv a si) o.or.w, Kin,
2,000 YAH OS DHESS GOODS
In remnants, at from la;c. lo Mc.i value a.'ic. to
tW u .yard.
I1.S7, l.i)(), 'J.iS,
II. ss, tl. Ml,
U w, t3.r.
rilcrln, VilertecHK, Turquoii, MiHh
nnil SiUnj'or Trimmings,
EMIlKOIDEltl'.D SAXONY FLANNELS, Itedaio
The largest slock ot llannels In Vermont.
SCO DIAPKIt, JI.'.Ti, 10 yards.
Any lady wanting FPUS In Mink, Seal or
Fitch, can save rroin r to fits bv giving us
their order, on approbation,
HUItT & SlIEItMAN.
Oct. 23. 1173.
JEW OOODS. NEW GOODS.
ilNSMAN k ItOSS
have now In store a largo and line stock of
NEW FALL GOODS.
Especial attention Is culled lo our stock of
IILACK Al.PACCAS, MOIIAIHS,
OAS 1! ME HE 8 AND SILKS,
which we are selling at very low prices.
In fact, to make a long story short, we think
any person wishing lo purchase Dry floods, w ill
llnd It for thelrlnleiest In look at our stock be
foro pill chasing.
;;(; timick's ;m m:i:..-
OIHOINAI. ONE PHICE STOKi:.
No. 8, Meichanls' ltow,
rj n it a N D o p E N I N
C. A. PAHKIIUHST A- CO.'S.
Wn have III store the largest nssoillueiit, the
greatest vntlety of both
F O R E I (1 N A N I) 1) O M K S T I C
FANCY (,()l)I)s. No I'll INS and NOVELTIES.
of an til goods house In thustale, and ask the
special attention oi persons in pursuu ot goons
lu our lino to our slock.
Wo have selected uooils lor tho call Fall
trade with gte.it rate, and have bargalmlu
every department worthy the ultenllon of per
sons from tin and tie.tr our
J A c ; F E L I N 1. CO R SET
la giving tiuetpi.iled satisfaction, our assott-
In WATERPROOF CLOTHS wo hale ever),
thing desirable, nt prices from 1 1 no to tiM Per
iiivi.'u nn.ii.s irom to H.eo.
SHAWLS lii endless variety.
KID (ILOVES, .7. il.io, 1.2.1, .W, l.Tt. per
lull', wan anted.
C. A. PAItKlIUltST, .1 CO.
33 MERCHANTS' ROW,
OPERA HOUSE III.OCK,
WAT KINS A CADY
will coiiimcnee closing oiil'llii'lr
IMMENSE STOCK OP CI.OTIIINd,
1 UIISISIIINII I100IW, BOOTS ASH SHOES, HUSKS
1H11S ANIl VAUsl-.S,
At Cost and less, us said stock must ull be clos
rd outbefuio January 1st, ls"4,
EVKKV KATflltllV I'VKNINU.
F. W. WATKINS.
WM, P. CADV.
TWENTY DOLLAltS HEWAHD
Will be paid for the
DETECTION, ARREST AND CONVICTION
of tho person or persons who, wantonly and
maliciously, mutilated the stone erected to the
memory of my child In the Catholic Cemetery
in mis p ace.
augni-uit D.VNTEL CltONAN,
She $utlnml gaily Clobc.
PHI DAY, OCTOHEH 24, lSTil.
I''! Ilcrll 'I'lllllhltitg.
I've been thinking, I've been thinking
What, u glorious worltl were tills,
Did folks mind their own business mote
And mind their neighbors less.
Pur Instance, sou and I my fi lend,
Are sadly prone to talk
Of matters that concern ui not.
And others' follies mock.
I've been thinking, if we'd begin
To inenil our own ull a Ira,
That possibly our neighbors might
Contrive to manage theirs.
We've faults enough at home to mend,
It may bo so with others :
It would seem strange If It were not,
Since all mankind uie;brothers.
Oh I would that we had chaill,
For every man and woman,
Forglvetiessls the mark of those
iio know to "err Is human."
Then let us bnnlih Jealouiy
Let's lift our fallen brother,
And as vva Journey down life's load
"Do good to ono another."
LKJIIT AM) SHADE.
.Hatter Univo niul f.tiy
vi.uv Tiitin t.ovi..
Detroit 1 'ico Picsi.l
Among a party of Swedish Immigrants
arriving licru Tuesilay moriiitig was n
comely young fellow about twenty years
old, nnil a plump little lnsie perhaps two
years younger. Anybody could see that
the young man was in love with the gill,
and nlo discover that tdio was u great co
quette. Tiny walked up Third street urni-iit-arm,
up Lartuil, over on to Woodbriilge,
and ho almost loaded her down witli candy,
flgi. n plei, mid Hie like. Her mother, u
well-to-do widow, gave both a tall old lile.i
ing as they got back to the depot; and ns
the young in. in ii in poor circumstances it
is pro' able that she told him he could nev
er call her liii motlier-in-law mid he get oil
abusive hiti and tough joke about her. At
least it wa something to make him feel
very badly, for lie went oil' down below the
Hour sltcili ittnl look nll'liis coat, boots, and
vest nnil leaped into the river. lie was
observed by half a dozen men, who 'Snak
ed" him out in a litiiry, and lie was led back
to his friend", who were all greatly excited
over his conduct. The girl wept, the
mother got her voice tip to Wncbtel's high
est and then told him what she thought of
such business, and some of the men threat
ened to liuld her head under the pump.
The young matt Is going to hav e hit little
lassie or else he's going to a world whore
there is no marrying ur giving in marriage;
and lie sat crying on a bench, with the river
water trickling dow n bis back from bis wet
hair, be didn't seem to care n cent which
horn of the dilemma he took.
istaunton (Va.) Vindicator.)
Waking up 132 girls nt once can bo
done nowhere but in .Staunton. An omni
bus drove up lo u female seminary here the
other day ut three o'clock, anil tlid it with
out a Haw. They nil nt stock upright in
bed, clutching at each other in the dark,
and screaming, "It limit be a mm !" Some
how, nothing ,'vcr happens that u girl doesn't
swear it is "a man." Of the whole num
ber l-'S cried, ''O, where h my pa':" The
old man is never wanted except when trou
ble comes along. A girl may have 100
new dre?es to show, mid it's "0, ma I"
but tlie minute she stumps her too it's
'Where-'" my pa?" One hundred and eight
said, "The bouse is on lire!" ami started
down stairs, carrying six cologne buttle,
eight copies of Hymn, ono Shorter Catech
ism, three braids, and three hustles At
bteakf.tst next morning tliey compared ita
tistiei .luli i ll!ogilfii made the bottom
step of the lowest Might, carrying her trunk
the washstainl, the bed-tend, und tw o window-shutters,
in two minutes and twelve
seconds. .luliu is a truthful scholar. Mnrv
I.obsby put up her back-hair, lKcd her
banged front-hair, and i-inncd on a ruff in
one minute nnil three seconds, and Ellen
l'itchfeldcr put on both shod, three pair of
earrings, ami a polonaise in live seconds
Hut the prize scliolur excited the hatred
and envy of all by proving by t e cook that
sbu fainted "stone dead" twice.
A mo 11M1W.
New Orleans Herald.
Last evening, while the chief engineer
of a lungtester vvas expatiating upon
tiie benelits to be derived from the free uso
uf Ids instrument, a cadeverous individual
stepped out of the rowtl and remarket! to
"JIUtor, do you think it would help me
any to blow into that can.'
"Yes, sir; ceitainly; it would expand
your chest, give elasticity to your lungs,
ami lengthen vuttr life. Why, you'd soon
be able to blow .100 pounds mid win the .
"Why, noes a lenovv get o wncn lie
blows that many pounds?"
l C3, sir; vvouliln t jou liku to miiKo a
trial?" with n knowing wink lo the crowd.
"I don't care il I do, mid (iicens, walk'
itig around mid planking down a dime ol
the urease sliinpl.istcr suit.
Then taking the mouth-piece lu Ins hand,
be made ready. He opened hp, motitlt tin
til the hole ill his face looked like a dry
dock for ocean steanien., niul began to tak
in wind. The inllatiun vvas like that of the
( ra ih ic ballouu, but not m disastrous.
'Unit fellow's chest began to grow an I dis
tend until lie resembled a pouter pigeon
more than a man, ut which point be put
the mouth-Piece to his lips mid blew Willi
such force that his eyes came out ami stood
iironnd on his cheek-bones to see what was
the matter but that can-top went up like
a Hash, and the needle ot the Indicator spun
around ll'e the bittlim on it country school
bouse door, until it stood still at MO pound
The crowd cheered, and the keeper of the
can nald over Ihe So in stamps, with it unit
ter of astonishment. Hut Greens pocketed
them colly, and turning to tliuicctatori
"Look here, gents, lit.it am t nothing to
do ut nil fur a in in who has been a bugler
in a deaf and dumb asylum for seven years,
AN INI-ANT IM'LMilVllV.
lau Francl-co llulletln.J
Henry Wolf, a lad eight years uld, was
arretted Tuesday afternoon on u charge
of arson. On cdnesday evening n lire
was diecovered ill the Philadelphia IIoue
mid in tlio saloon No. 1117 Hush street. In
bulb of these places the tire was extinguished
with slight loss, without the aid of the De
pirttnent The matter vvns referred to .Mr,
Durkce. who arrested the guilty party nm!
obtained from lilui n full confession of this
an J other crimes. v oil states that on July
u he set lire loan iiuoccuplt.il limiso on ll.tr-
Liu place, mid two nights ntierwanls set
on lire again. No material damage was
caused, as tho llro vvas discovered lu time
to prevent an cxtensivu conflagration, six
weeks ago ho set fire to his parent' resi
uence; nut tlio names were cMingiiisue
without loss. A week later he set lire to
tailor's iliop by igniting a pile ot p iper
which he hail placed in one coiner ot the
store. Tho paper did not blaze up to bis
satisfaction, so he proceeded to a neighbor
ing house and nrocurid several fl ca of news
papers which bo lit and threw Into the store
tllsjust two attempts navo necu iciiann.
wild aneenii und Hill Volltll is llllicll I'llU'll
with tho result. Atliall'-pat seven o'clock
,m Yvv.b, ni Lolnir hu went to tlio base
ment of the. Fhlladcli'ldi Il'iimo where ho
put a ointiitlty ot rags tiirougu a nu ticn
low and then set them on tire. lie pelt
went to the saloon nt No. -U17 Hush streel
where, by the W of towels una pit'
per, be produced n fire which was vxUn
gnlsetl with difficulty. Wolf appeared in
the Police Court docket next morning and
vvalclietl the proceedings with much inter
est. Ho viewed the situation In the court
room with a critical eye, and evidently f. It
honored vvilii tlio nttentlou bestowed upon
him. Judge Lottdcrluck continued tln ca-e
lu order that a petition fur Wolfs admission
into the industrial school might be prep in il.
Wolf is a bright hoy, nnil bis only fault i
bis desire lo become a hero. Hu ntt tnL
the Cosmopolitan school, und Is very anxi
ous to see Ids school-teacher, for whom le
professes much tiffectioii.
(iucer things happen in newspaper offi
ces. Iteeently n brother journalist in a su
burban town, with a nourishing weekly on
his hand", was obliged to send a young nntl
Inexperienced reporter to a gathering where
there vvns some wine, many pretty wonn n
and a song or two. The reporter "had some
hour or two In which to write up Ids ac
count, ami bo nkeil our editorial fiieiid
what ho would say about tho musis. "Oh.'
was tho reply, "say Miss II. sang with ten
derness, Miss C. played witli brilliancy, Mr.
X sang with fire and something ol that
son, nnu mane n tew compart'on. vuu
know." That reporter was discharged tin
very next morning. A portion of his note .
read as follows ; "Miss li. Bang very tender
ly, ns tender ns young spring lamb with
mint sauce," etc. "Miss 0. played a. bril
liant ns n bunch of lire-crackers on u ilu'
night, or ns brilliant as a meteoric w-i i .
etc. "Mr. X. sang witli so much fire th u
burned up three sbeeli of music and ' th,-
pirjor curtains all nblaze."
Detection nnil Arivstot un OI1 .fltile
Procurer in Itniolilyn.
l'or some time i.at Ihe Iirnoklvn police
have been suspicious of mi old man nam. d
Dim i (j. Hunt, proprietor ol a small si ne
at 100 Myrtle avenue. Their atteiilioii m
attr.ictedj by the l.iriie number of y.itin
girls who were in the habit of vi-!ting hi o.
either singly or in pairs, and remaining in
mi private apartments mi hour or mo.e at a
time. Th" constant presence on Hie pretii-
1 of one girl of il'iiibtful repot. iti m c ,u.' I
Cnpt. Crafts to Ret n watch upon the plae .
but nothing win discovered which vmuil
arrant interference until Thiind.iv list.
lion Mrs. Doyle called nttlie station Inn. -
and saiii that her daughter Many. Unite, n
ears obi, had been uui-iug from home sipet
'uosd.iy. She gave n description of tin
irl, and the detective recognized in her one
of Hunt's visitors. Conjecturing that Hunt
;nl been carrying ou tho Im-incs of pro
curer for New York bagnloi, the olie. r
scoured tills city, and on Mondaj night loun I
Alary in a house ot that ile-eripti in ui
llletcker street. .Monday the pour child
made an allldavit before Justice llilcv, up
01 which a warrant was granted for Hunt's
arrest When the oilier introduced him
self and evplained his biiines.s til" culprit
paled and trembled, but recovering sum. -
h.tt, he said, " I hu ii a put-up job to pi r
secute tile. I am a good man. Ibchc-vciu
the Ilible and live up to it precepts. Tin v
are bail girls; I wanted to keep tliein nua.v.
ind have otten told them it they iinld I tb '.i
motln n would kill them.', TI.e deb i tin -
searched Hunt's trunk ami found evnli-ne,
f bis character. There .wits n pard m f "tn
Gov. Ponton, which proved that in lsi.j
the prisoner vvas sentenced to Sing Sm
prison lor live years lor having pvodue. I
ail abortion. Other paj or -liowi I
that he was a fugitive Irom X w
lersey justice, having jumped his lull. I'm
which the bondsman was siilb ring im ai-
. ration. There was nlso a letter from bis
awyer advising him to keep out of that
State as "The women wanted :!00 i.n 'i t"
settle their cases." Iltint is ubuut -ity
ars old. His f.iee is bronzed and wrin
kled, eyes darkish, grev hair, natc an l
moustache black, probahlv ,
upper lip is shaven half an
Mill lilli "I 11
beneath the nose. There i
ii it'iin,' pi . -
. ! Ii - .
mi , Tit -! v.
i h I .tit ami a
possessing in his appear in
litest are a tnvstery In i
ho wore a suit of Id ick In
ry dirtv sliiit. A tie '.-i. u-a' mi
to I'em.in.l him to give th p on tii.u t.
pracure more witnesses, a r. p tablv .li
ed lady cnUrd with her diujluer, a pi.
possessing young woman of sevi nU -n. an I
nsLeil that she be sent to some pl.te. 1 1
refuge, as she was beyond her emu ol.
The justice, noticing a glance of recogni
tion passed between Hunt and the girl, t i ik
hertaside ami lorcetl her to confess that she
as another of the hoary headed seoim-
dref's victims. Mary Doyle tells a horrible
story, most of which cannot bo published
Sin! was introduced to Hunt by n decoy
known ns Lizzie Montroscf alias '"'the Straw
Girl." After Iter ruin was effected she was
turned ov er to Lizzie, vi ho conducted her
to the New ork den. Her narrative it
her' treatment at this place is unpar .IL l. d
in tlio annals of atrocity. Hunt's otliei
kniiwn victims exceed a score. All b. buia
to families of the highest reiiei.l.ib.li..i
Hejeniployed two fenrtle decoys, tin- . -
ond being a girl known a I rani;. .Mar
Doyle's allldavit charges tint improper . i-
tinilicv exists between the boi s id gir
scliuol wh'uh she atteutb ! on Wifh '
ton.uvc'Uic, near Greene Un .
SVssl.i Cox ov nil luivli 1 l.iv.
been attacked aim because I votid and
spojic, every time tliu salary i i . an s cu'ie
up,1 against it; and becaii'i I r. place 1 it in
the treasury I nm rcganbd l v uc Huilei..
Hid Carpenters ns a douia .
ami i "i
' t for pun
I! e i -
i I a . ' u
aril. Well, I eml'ess to a ri -p
lie sentiment. I covet vmir -that
of my former eon-litiii m
I would cultivate such gr ns -
ard? Must a man be a In l
bank manager in order in -a
a . . '.i- ph.
lit pill! -, In
111 ' 'l flilllt ' 11'
t I r, '! i'
in or'ier t K
1.1 I lit! i i-i .
Is it necessary to l"-p 'i
widow mid the orphan, to
public till the earnings .
there by patriotic devoti m
hernr 1 hold that public i.i
Let the people press I'm ward
in I cltiiiw mu
.1 -'lginv "HI
of place the tuereenaru wli
social order and despoil "in
II. I'lsll 1
. ' .Iti 11
am hatuiv to receive yuiti i.
your nomination. On tin
rat I .
1 believe lilst, that In.
that back-pay; seconl, I n i
mid never earned it. I' i '"
eclved while n nnmbi-i- diuinirtw 'UeViars
service wa plenty. Ii 11 n; .!,. .
raised lo trfUOU. ilhM'iiti. v-ill t, i..
said one, "unless wi t in. s , n
That was the speech of a in fiber w mm 1
placed on the Credit Mibili.r eonennt. .
1 was ashamed of that .ippmiiimcnt win i
I heard llie remark, Hut 1 p.i Inn him. i
he vviistlieprincipalndioi.il .t iner.a- '.
tho president's salary.
HENNISON'S PATENT S11IPPINO TVl. ..
Over Si) millions have been Used within tin
past ten years, without coniiiniiiiiui hiss o un.
becoming detached. All uxpioas coinpj
use them. Sold
'ilnters and slat loners
II 1.011 K PAPEIt CO. RUTLAND,
Junesid.vwtf Wholesale Agents.
HOW TO LIVE ECONOMICALLY.
The problem of how tu eeonomle in llvln, n
one that engages tho seilous aMcutloii "in
great iniuy people. "Mali) a Mile mains
mlcklo" was one of lleiij.ituln Piaukltir
lllrluird" truisms that stuiuimrl." i tlie in 1
) stem uf popular eMravagauci . II .nm
losavu money, economize In lltt' on well s
Lirgu Items of e.)endltui'e. For ull the imit '
liohl tiurpusos lor which pullsuuig jiumiIii
Hath brick und noap mousitulb ussf, ev pi
lug the one thing of vvuslilug del 'los, sapnl
by iiniiiy times the cheapest nrti I" thai t.ui i
einployeil. To say tioihliivr ubour Us ki..h mi
periority to ull oilier substaiiei -, It Is, i.iii.n
sisirr ol nione) alone by fur Hit himiim sI. l;e
luctubei this lacl mid savo inauy dollars even