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VOL. 1 NO. 153.
RUTLAND. VT., MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27, 1873.
PRICE TJIMH CUNTS.
pUHTAIN COHNICF.S OF 11U0K
V Walnut, or all out, made to order. Cur
tain Hlngs, Tassels ana Curds. HEAHIKlHN'S
QIIOW CASKS. COHNl'lt, CLOCK
KJ uml Mantle Shelves made to nnler, with
l'lnln or .Moulded edges. llltACKin s sawed In
different Miles at DEAIIIIOHN'S
xri:w moii.dings foh pictuhu
-Ll l'rnmlng, Chromos, Lithographs, uml
Engravings at DEAIIIIOHN'S
PKHVliCT V1TTIXC1 FimiTK
I'ATTKIINS CUT TO MEAM-Ili:.
lii X. MKHHIAM'S I'HKFHCT vw
JTJ. TINU till I UTS. Till' most cotnmrtnble,
durable and economical. Jci'dly
D i:c ici; it duos. uxhiyam.f.d ti
AM) l'OIlTI'.H, pronounced tin' lltiest In
1 1n world. Warranted tor wren yenrs.
II. M o II I! II o I
Opposite C . nt ml House
1HTL NI, Vr.
Ill TI.AN1) MANri'ACTIIKINOCOMI'ANV.
Manufacturers anil wholesale dealers In
WOOD AND CHAIN HEAT (,'IIAIHS, HEI
STEAIH AND CIIAlIt .STOCK.
Corner of West mill I'm est Ms,
L. Anvoon, Agt. o. c. Ilfoin.ts, Treas.
J W. K INC,
.Mahuracturer and wholesale and retail dealer 111
SASH, DOOIIS, IlLINRs,
MOU.WNl.S, 11HACKETS, AND nurse run
ni- fcvnuv iiK-cmniox.
l-'UKXACK STtihKT, I1UTI.INP, Vr.
Order bv mall or otherwise promptly attend
ed to. mjldtt
Til OS. HOSS.
Lincoln ikon woiiKs.
Marble Mill and Hoisting Machinery or the
most Improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings and general nm
lilnework. steel and Iron Wire Hope at Manufacturer's
Itutland. Vt., Ma) 1, 19;a. mayldtf
A. II. HAWLF.Y,
'0.Tl!ACron AXIJ PRACTICAL Sl.A'lT.U,
He Is prepared to do all work promptly mid
well. Orders ran be left at .1. H. (Ilynn's store
on Merchants Row, or at the ll.irdvvell House.
llefere mvs ltoefcivood Ital rett. itutland : I.. M.
Mason, President of first National Dank, De
troit, Michigan; lion. .1. Jl. .Marvin, Saratoga
7. r 1, T OX M A 11 k n t,
DINTON tc UAYWAIID
All kinds nt Meatn, Fish, Vegetables and
r'riUta in their season.
Klngsley it Spraguc's l'.lock, Merchants' now.
novr.u & kakf.k's imi'kovi:d
SIUTTLK AND ELASTIC STITCH,
,s:VX(! .UAVlUXJiP, ,(., A-e.
At i:. N. MEItlilAM'S.
mo i'itiXTi:its and iuislisiii:i:s.
Tho OLOHi: Taper Co., having duplicates or
he following articles oITcr lliein for sale at low
steam Engine, suitable for running presses,
Hoe Card J'less,
smith Hand I'ress,
OnuEulc Mltcilng Machlnos,
ir.d nucnerous other articles ttsod In a Printing
ujtiiixn watki! wiii:i:i.s.
J'HKJS MM' OK THE WET.MOHE TlilllllNU.
KIglity per cenl. Useful erfect guaranteed
at a recent test of a thlrty-slx-luch Wetmore
wheel, by Mr. i:inerson,at llol.vokc, Mass., tin
average ot ten trials was ovr.it iniiurv-rwo
I'ltici: list oi'" Tin: woj.cott tuhisine.
$7-100 I 12 Inch
HIH1.U0 (ill "
75.00 7i "
A thoroughly built, economical, durable
wheel, and sold at a small peicentage over
Mill work of nil descriptions, to order.
sru.ivAN maciiixi: co
Claiemont, X. II.
Oct. 10. dlino
UC'KAP 1KOX AXI) STF.F.L, OLD
ij Marble Saws and Currency taken In ex
change, tor Nails at the
mayldSm JUTLAND NAIL WOltKS.
West of Lincoln Iron Works
P'UXTIXO. Sclf-Inking l'eail I'ress.
I. New and valuable Invention. Every liusl
nuss man hhuuld have one. Tresses and outllts
from flu upward'. Sendstamn for Catalogue of
Trusses, Type, cuts, etc. (lOU)IN(l .C CO., II
KUby street, Huston. aug'JCaiw am.
NO. lSMIJItOHANTS' HOW,
lion and I.eud Tlpe, Tortablonnd Stationary Kn
glues ; Kotary Steam, Toice and Cistern Tunips :
Leather and Hubber lleltlngj itubber llosu ami
Tacking; Jtubber overcoats, (Jloves and Mil
tens; Meam and Water (laugos ; Water, steam
anil (las Fittings, und Fixtures, all kinds; Flax
and Suapstuuo Tacking; Cotton Waste, i'lumb
STI.'.VM, WATHIl AND OAS l'MTINCl
Done at short notice, and at prices adapted to
Itutland, May 1, 1S73 myldOm
yvi:yi stoxk ovvmi comi-axy,
Solo proprietors nnd manufacture ra of the
STONi: CHANNU.illfl OK t'UAIIUVINO MA-
For cutting stono Into various Mzqh and. ill
menslous ' 1
'.IN AM. KINDS 01' (JUAT.llinS.
OITICK AND PI101-H,
JOHN W. C1IAMTON, Trcs't,
(1ICOIU1K I). ItOVCIl, TlOufc.
CHAHI.i:s CI.AI1K. See'v.
(li:o. J. WAKDWiai., Supt.
It. CAIlI-irS WATKIl I'ltOOI
O I 1. II A A V K I A' (I ,
HAKN11SS1M, CAHItlAOK TOTS, .. .
HOOTS, siions, i;tc
Fits harnoBsns perfectly and prevents crack,
lng. Hoes not fry out or gum the sut face.
Softens nnd preserves tho leather. L'xcluilof)
tho water, i:cellent for boots, shoes, so
ttroivcs universal satisfaction, llanurac-
ISyiMSwtr H, C. MAllCU, Jliaaiebiuy,
ritnn rno.M alcohol.
Da. .1. Walker's Camfoiini Visr.a in IHttkrs
aro a purely vegetable preparation, made
chlelly from the native irrbs found on the low
it ranges of tho Sierra Nevada mountains of
Callfurula, I hejmedlclnal properties of which are
extracted thereirom without the use of Alcohol.
The ipti-stlon Is almost dally asked, " What Is
the cause of the unparalleled success of Vink
i lit lliTTEKS 7";our answer Is tliatthey removo
the ease ot disease, and lhep7TTTe7it recovers
his health. They are the great blood purltler
and a Ute-glvlng principle, a perfeit llcnovator
and lhMgorator ot the system. Never before
In the history of the world has a medicine been
I'omp'iunded possessing the lemarkable quali
ties of Visum! llirrEKSln healing the sick of
unvdlseuse man Is l.elr to. They urn n gentle
Tiirtfullve as well as Tonic, relieving Conges
tion or Inll.iminutlou of the Liver and Visceral
Organs or Millions Diseases.
Dlt. WAMCMfH CAMFOHNIA
net on nil these cases In a singular manner,
lly iiiult.Mng Iho Hlood they remove tho cause,
and by return lug away tlmeirectsof the liillam
matlon (tho tubercular deposits) the nlfected
parts recuU 1 health, and a peimuneut cure Is
IF MKN WILL HXJOV OOOII IIHALTH,
let them uso Visfiiau 11itti:ks ns a medicine,
and mold the use ut alcoholic stimulants In
u cry form.
tuoelalm VisEnin Hiitkks the most wonderful
luvlgorant t hat el er sustained the sinking sys
tem. no tusson can taki:thi:si: iiittliis
according lo directions and remain long un
well, proi tiled their bones are not destru' ed by
mineral poison or other means, and vital organs
wasted beyond repair.
which are so prevalent In the valleys of our
great rivers throughout tho United Mutes,
esp.clallv those ot the Mississippi, Ohio, .MIs
souti, Illinois, Teunes-.ee, Cumbeiland, Arkan
sas, lied Colorado, llrazos, Itlo Orauile, Tearl,
Alabama, .Mobile. Saiahnah, ltoanoke, James,
and many others, with their vast tributaries,
thioughiiut our entire country during the
Summer and Autumn, and remarkably so dur
ing seasons or unusual heal and dryness, are
tuiailably accompanied by extensile derange
ments ot Hie stomach anil liter, ami other ah
ilomlnal viscera. In their treatment, n purga
tive, exerting a iHjwcitul liuluenco upon these
lurluus organs, is esseutlail.vneces-.arv. There
Is no cathartic fur the lurpuso eipi d 'to Dr. .1.
Wai.kfii's Vi.si.ii 111 Hmnns, as they will speed
ily lenime the dark-colored viscid matter Willi
which the bowels aro loaded, at tho same time
stimulating t lie secret inns er thotivcr. and "un
erally lestorlng ttHpFiuiictlous or tho dl
gestli e orga ns. "
ro 1 it I FY Tin; uouv aoainst dishask
by purlfjlngalllho llulds with Vi.si.n.ut tr
11:111. No epidemic can tuke holdot tho sj stem
KVSTJiTSIA Olt INDItlUSTKI.V,
heail-nehe, pain In tho shoulders, coughs, tight
ness of the flu st, dl.liioss, ';c. ttr-'tlnll'jin of
the stomach, bad taste In the mouth, bilious at
tacks, palpitation ot thehenn, Inflammation of
tho lungs, pain In tho region ot tho kldneis,
and a hundred otiier painful symptoms are off.
springs of dyspepita one buttle will prove a
better guarantee or Its mciltsthan a lengthy
SCIIOFTLA, Olt KINO'S F.VIL,
white swellings, ulcers, Uryslpelas, swelled
neck, goitre, sciofuluus liiilaminatlous, inercu
lial alfecllons, old sores, eruptions of 1 fie skin,
sore 0 es, etc. In these, as In all other consti
tutional diseases, w.u.Kkii's Vinkoik Hitti.iw
haie shown their great curative powers In the
most olMnate and Intractalde cases.
Foil INI'LAMMATOHV AND CHIiONIC ItHLU
MATISJI, goul, bilious, 1 emit lent and Intel mlttenl leiers,
diseases or tho blood, llier, kidneys and blad
der, these bittern have no equal, hucli diseases
aro caused by Itlaled blood.
l'cfbons enrn'-'ed In n.ilnts nnd mtnemtn Kin-n
us plumbers, tjpe-setlers, gold-beaters and
miners, as tliey advance In lite, aro subject to
i.u.ii.ni-ui uiu ooweis -iijguarii against 1 111-.,
lake a dose of Wai kkii's Visihau itn-riii neivi.
Foil SKIN DLSIIAsUS,
eruptions, tetter, salt lheum, blotches, spots,
liiiitj.?, Mi-iiue-, i,uin,llll oullcies,l lUhr-wolllls,
scald heads, iore ces,, erysipelas. Itch, scurrs,
dlsCOlorutloilS Of the sk- 11. hllmrint mill Mlse.icni
or tho skin or whatever name or nature, aro
ucumj uusiiiiiiniiu.irnuii out 01 mo s.isieill
In a short time by tho uso of theso llltteis.
TIN, TAlIi: ANDOTIILIt WOHMS,
lurking in the sj stem of so many thousands, aro
eirectually destrojod and remuved. No system
or medicine, no M-rmiruges, no autlielinlnltlcs
Mill rree the kikti.i.i r.-..i.. ..... i im
"" iuvo Hu
ron FUMALU COJITLA1NTS,
In young or old, mat rlcd or single, at the dawn
ir womanhood, or tho turn ot lire, thesu Tonic
It Mel., ill -id iv .ri .l.ii.i.l .i ....
I""J mnii.i.til.1. III! .I1IIUL-III,U 111UL illl-
proiement is. soon perceptible.
m: vnsl thi: vitiatld iilood
whenever ou llnd its Impurities bursting
through thu skin In plmplos, eruptions or sores,
cleanse it when you Und It obstructed and slug
gish In thoieiua; cleans-) It when 11 Is foul;
lour reelings will tell you when. Keep thu
blood pure, und tho health of tho system will
II. MtHVSM.U .0 '.CO.,
Drill'Ulsttt and fleneral Airents. San Francisco.
Caliiornla, and corner of Washington and
Charleston Mieets, X V.
nii.n ny am. ina'iniiHT.s' xUn iiealch's.
Oct. 2. diw com ly.
JUTLAXI) AIAIIIU.K CO.Ml'AXY,
WIIUf.KkAI.li IlKAI.EltS W
IlliOCIC it HAWK J) MAlini'K.
J N'. llAXTUIl, Supt. vi:st ItUTUVND, Vt
All tho grades ot Itutland Marble, In the
hhapoof slabs or vailous thicknesses reinilred
for Furiillute, .Mantel, and Decorative Wo k. as
well as Cemetery uses; also cublo stock for
Monumental and Ilulldlng purposes, including
Haseu, strips, nnd Tusix,' may bo found on our
i.iil ni nil IIiiii.w
our c.xtenMvo arrangements for tho produc
tion of Murblc, In thu way or Ouarrjlng Ma
chinery, nml Mills coinpilslng thirty-two irumn
or saws, ilacu m In position to supply tho
wains 01 ine 'iraue, ivnmesaiu ana Itctall
Dealers, llullders. Furniture-Men. and e
erul .Munuracturcis will 11111I It to their lutoiest
to lavor us wnn incir orders.
1 KUTLANI) .MAltULK CO.
pKSCII.S.-rDIxi)n'B lVnrllfl, niiiilo lu
4, ' tho United States, nro much superior to
fiS1" nua aru l,ola t l0"tr prices. Try
GLOBE I'AVHt CO,
Wniolosalo dealer In
CAMI'OIiNIA WINr.S AND BltANDV
lUrOHTKll ANIl WMOl.KSlLn PKAI.KK
CHINA AND JATAN TEAS.
Tho attention of Town Agents,. Thyslclans
and Urugglsts Is especially called to our wines,
us they arc unsurpassed fur medical puriwsos,
coming from one of thu oldest vlncynrils In
California. All goods guaranteed pure and sat
isfactory, or lo be returned nt my e.iens.
o r r 1 c k ,
COltNUH FltliKlHT AND F.VLLYN, STS.,
(Landon A Iluutoon's Illock,)
itutland, Vt. myltf
We are lueparcdto llltnl In new mill npproprl
ate Mjleanyot the popular
HOOKS. JIAOAZINKS AXI) XHWS
I'Al'KliS O V T II i: I) A Y ,
.17' Tin: r.v.T i.owr.sr maths.
American Law Itevle'.-,
American oddfellows Magazine,
Arthur's Homo Magazine,
Iludget ot Fun,
Cabinet Makers Album,
cultivator Country ticntlem'n,
Druggists circular and '.'heinlcal flazette,
l.ului II llolll.s.
(iudcVH fai'dlii'H Hook.
oleason .s l.Iterarj Companion,
Heart and Hand,
Hall's Journal oi lleallh,
ll.ihncmauulau Mont id) ,
Journal of llort Icul tine,
Journal or Pharmacy,
Imdon Illustrated News,
La Sallu .Monthly,
landon lie lew,
Leslie's Illustrated News,
Leslie's Lady's .Magazine,
Lltteirs l.lilng Age,
Lad) 'h lteposltory,
.Medical and surgical licnortcr,
Medical and Surgical Journal,
Norlh American Hoi lew,
sew i.ugiand Farmer,
Old and New,
our Young Folks,
Oliver optic's Magazine,
our Hoys und (tills.
Science or Iteiillli.
student and Schoolmate,
oiiuiiiiiK i lines.
Sunday school Times,
Van Noslrund's Krlcctlc L11-)
...... ... (glneerlng .Mng.ulno,
Wilkes spirit of tho Times,
Wood's Household Magazine,
Sanmlesof Hlndlnc can nlwavs bo fminii lu
our Couiitihg-ruoip, or wo will send prices by
Missing numbers of any Jlngalno or Newspa
per furnished it deslied.
Tarllcular attention given to
llINDINfl SHLF.T MUSIC A 1) OLD WORK
Liberal discounts to Town or city Libraries.
OLOI1K I' A IT. It CO.Ml'AXY,
ranters and Hook-binder,
IlAXTr.lt NATIONAL HANK,
HUT LAND, VT.
- - aoo,ooo.
II. IltNUV IIAXTEIl,
II, F, Lorintoi-,
J. N. llAXimi,
T. W. Taiiit,
Obo. H. Hovck,
OEOIlIlK It. HOITUM,
J. W. CiiAsnox,
N. T. HI'IUUVK, J 11,
W. C, DUNION',
W. C. LlNllOX.;
Matin and remitted for at Lowest Itatos.
INTUKKHT Al.llWtD ON TIHK UKI-OSITD,
A general Hanking nnd exchange business
H. ItENiiY lUiTEii, Trest. .V, N, HiXTmi, V. Trcst.
0llw iSorrcM, cashier.
vofcrics anrt provisions.
4 7 .
hoots axi) shoes
1 7 .
WITHOUT HF.GAH1") TO COST,
4 7 .
TO MAKE HOOM.
4 7 .
tiii: stock will hi: sold at
As I am bound to
C 1. 0 f? K IT 0 V T
PIIKVIOUS TO OCT01IF.lt 1STII
4 7 .
T .0 II U IJ H A It D .
4 7 .
jyalidtf .MKItCHANTS' HOW.
j '""a:1'..v dun,
Wholesale and Itctall Dealers In
OHOCHltlKS AXD PHOVISIOXS,
CANNED FItUITS, TICKLr.S, Ac,
AND FANCY flOODS.
Also, Dealers In
DIIV COODS, SHAWLS, DltLSS (.OOIW,
IIOSIUUY, (II.OVLS, c, AC.
All assortment ot
CENTS' yO.'iXISIUXU COOOS
I u-istii-iify on hand.
AOIINTS FOIt MAIL fcTJEA.MKUS TO AND
WDILMTS FOIt ANY AMOUNT ON Till!
HANKS OF f.nolani,iiu:land..sooi,ani'
COllNKIi l'HUItUIT AND LVKLYN STS.
HUT LAND, VT.
t. 1! E E It T U It N E It
Slid All HHFJXrXU COMPANY,
7fi WALL STHKLT, NLW YOIIK,
orrcr ror sale nil tho vat lous gtvilcs of lteuned
Sugar or Supet lor (utility at thu Lowest Murlx-t
Trices. A superior ipiallty of White Sugar for
Conreclloners use. Also,
STAND A HI) G 1 1 AXU LATE I ),
WHITE COFFEE A,
COFFEE HXTItA C,
And the lower grades or
v : ii ii 0 ir u a a it .
Orders to bo addressed to our ofllco lu New
Yorl;, TO Wall street, cor. Tearl.
Parties ordering 10 barrels cau huo them as
sorted. Tkiihs Thirty days, or Cash In 7 days, less
H per cent, discount.
E. G. HAXTEIt,
l n 7 . 1 8 7 a .
O L I) It E I) S T O It Ii.
aiinoiwiHs axj i'hovisionx,
CHHAP FOIt CASH,
CHEST Hit K'INGSLEY.
mayllf MKitcitAS-rs' How.
I7LK IlOItN i5 -MAGNOLIA FJ.OUIt
It wry choice, for Bale at
inajliLtwly II. W. MAHSIIALL
BATTY'H X A HO 11 PICKLES,
Crossu A; lllackwell's Pickles, llaltorifs
Worcestershlro Sauce, Natwh Sauce, In fact
nearly all kinds ot Ungllsh pickles can bo round
at- 11 W MAUSIIALL'S
rnEAS, from fiO cents to $1,715; also tali
X (IrouudtOFFlii:, at
, . , H. W. MAHSHALL'H
iniiyldtwly Corner of (Irovo and West His
DUO A T
G It A. P E H
II. W. MAHSHALL'H.
pitUNELLAS, PHUXES, CHEHHIE3,
.1. Poaches, UlockbeiTleu, Haspberrle,Plums
Huckleberries. Alio, all kinds of fruits lu cans,
for sale at U. W. MAHSIIALL.
uiyWtwljr ororn itrit. RutUnd. vt.
(Clothing & uniijsHinfl oortji.
JEW GOODS I XEW COODSll
HATES' HOUSE COItNEIt STOItE,
For Fall and Winter wear.
MKNS' HOYS' nnd ClIILDHLN-S' SUITS,
Allsljles and prices.
DLUE, HLACK &. I1HOWN
SILVF.lt AND CASTOIt
All sizes and st'lcs.
II A T S A X I) CAPS
Of every description.
GENTS' FUHXISIIIXG GOODS,
LADIES' AND OKNIS' TIIAVLMNO I1AOS.
-t'Save money bv buying goods at the
Hates' House Comer Store, II Merchants' How,
corner Center street,
dtw .VA&ON A: JLHKOWHKL
. 0 L O T II I X G
GENTS' FUHXISIIIXO GOODS,
O Y E It C O A T S ,
All gr.nles for Jlpna' aud HojV wear.
Fine Hluo nml Olivo
H E A Y E It SUITS.
, DIAOONAI. SUITS ALL STYLLS.
FANCY CASSI.MLIti: SUITS
0( every description.
Uoo-ls show 11 with pleasure i.ud sold tit pi Ices
that di(fy eympi tltlon.
A. O. Cl'XNIXGHAM,
No. r. CI'ntkk Sr., Opposltotho Depot,
jjfioti'lis and JHnimj glooms.
i; y a n ) v 1: l 1.
II O U S K .
J. II. OJIA.UTOX, I'roprutur.
Tl.o HAHDWni.L IIOFSi; Is located opposllo
the De)ot, and has long been favorably known
tythe traveling public. It has been recently
Imiiroved, now nirordlng the best and most
ample K?commodatloii to guesls.
The ta'.'I.i: will be supplied with all the
luxuries of :t." Season, and eiery attention will
I oe pant to me ov'urori 01 us pairons.
; In the ruturr, U..fn the past, the Troprletorlii-
tends to mnko II e-'iu. t-class House alfordlng
all tho comrorts of a 1,1,10" to the traveler. Thu
public patronage Is tioilCHvl.
A (1001) MVF.KY In cgvcctlon with the
Attentive TOT.TF.HS will be;uu'nt the He
jvut on the urrHal of ell trains. "' '
Q E X T It A I. II O USE,
ON Till: LUHOTKAN PLAN,
,'IO.A It!) by tho Day, Week or Month.
NKWI.Y FOHNItIII-;p IIC'OMS
L 0 "SV It A T E H .
served in eve.-j stjle nnd for Mile lnjlurg" or
J; A. SALSHUHY,
Sept. S3, 1HT3. sep'.Mdiwlm
E DUX.YIOHE HOUSE,
E. P. HITCHCOCK. PitoTitiKTOit.
J. W. TOHTWL I Ianaokh;
This well known und popular Hold, situated
on the shores ot Luke- Dunmore, has oft1-'1' rf
cently put In thorough u'pnlr. Several "ow
Cottages lmvr, been bunt and newly furnlshcrt.
and will bo upened Jnnu 1st, for the reception of
hoarders u mi tourists. niayisdtf
Li O It I I) A .
Frora November to May", Florida in ho favor
,l'?ion '"X northern people, but Its limited
iiVif cni'-'c'ly prevenlH iniiny from making It
tun.r winter hoine, who would (it ht rwlso Uo so.
It. is proposed to build 11 Tugu hotel at somo
p.iiiit In tho state to meet thu leiiulrcmenta ot
tliosH who desire superior accommodations.
M v exncrlcncunt. tho hi. James Hotel, JackBon
Mlle. last winter, enables me to speak conil
denlly as to tho miccess ot this enterprise.
For Information as to plans, Ac, address
F. II. OUVIS,
Lnulnox House, Manchester, Vt.
JEW DINING HALL,
.1 Ii I H ,S' A X It (I 1: A' T h I! St II X
by ' ",
.1. W. FISIlElt,
(.(Julnn's mock,) Oriusiruerui; Durov,
HUT LAND, VKIIMONT.
tir Warm 'Meals at nil hours. Polit a ami'
ntteutlvo waiters In attendance.
Fresh Oysters received dally, and sjld by the
tulloa, quart or pint.
Wish to say to their FIIIKNDS nnd the public
generally, (notwithstanding one of our brother
merchants says we keep no first class goods,)
that we have tecelvcd, thu present week an
other .MAMMOTH STOCK,
Including a full line of
YOIIK and OUITUHi: LACES,
GIMPS and FRINGES,
bought cheap and first quality.
IIOSII'.IIY AND KID GLOVES,
and a full line of
HO 1. 1, I'OTLINS,
and a w 01 Id of
D It E S S
at twenty-til 0 cents a yard and upward.
We want money, and will mako It tor the In
terest or any onu wanting goods In our Hue to
give us a.call.
u r r 1: 11 1 c 1:
p a r r P. r s s .
SHEAItS AND SCISsOlts,
OHIOINAL ONI! TKICi: STOItK.
No. 3, Merchants' How,
Idly HUTLAND, VKIIMONT.
UItT it SIIEHMAN
ALL HEST PItlXTS, lOJc.
Pound Prints, 4M (s yards.) French Prints,
SO.., reduced Iron Wc. Ladles Merino
Vests, SI. Hed llose.a.'.to37. Eng
lish SOCkS, 60, 75, 37.
The llnest slock ot English and French
1! L A C IC
O O O 1) S
U X J) E It W E A It .
The llnest and cheapest goods In New England.
LADIES' VESTS, 11.00.
os.7.T .i.vf ai.ovns, kid,
onnn YVJIIVi. DltESS GOODS
In remnants, ul tii.m li.vc to eoc.t value ssc. 10
$l., tl.'A il.M, tl-Vi), li.'A f-fWj W
VtUtU, VtUttnm, TuiyiwU, Satin
and .S't'M for Trimmingt,
EMimoiDEHED SAXONY FLANNKI-S. Jted2sc
The largest stock ot tlannels In Vernvnt.
sco DIATEIt, Sl.'.S, 10 nlds.
Am 1-i'lv wanting FFIts In Mink, Seal or
Filch, can save Irinn fs to $15 by glilngus
their utiler, on uppiub.it Ion.
IIUIIT &. SlIEltMAX.
187!! SEPTEMIlEIt. 1S7it.
(1HAND O TEN I NO
0. A. PAItlvIIUItST & CO.'S.
We have In store the largest iissoitmenl, lh
gicatest variety of both
FOUEION AND DOMESTIC
II1IY (10 (IDS,
l-.vi-v i.iirn.tw :vl'ION'S and NOVELTIES,
ot any dry goods houns In thestate, and usk the
sivcliil atleutlou ol xvtwi In pursuit ot goods
In our line to our stock.
We have selected gooiU lor '10 carl) tail
tradu with great care, uml h-me Jjargalns In
every iiepaitmeni woriny me niicMifiVu " i''
sons from tar and neur. Our
J a c ( v v :. i n 1: o o it s.i: ;r
Is giving uuequalert KUltfactlou. our assoit-
in WATEIITHOOF CLOTHS wo have every
thing desirable, ut prices from Siootafi.oorer
HLACK SILKS from Sl.f-o to $-1.00.
SHAWLS In endless variety.
KID (1I.OVKS, .75. Il.ro, 1.25, LI", 1.75 per
C. A. PAUKIIUHST, & CO.
33 MERCHANTS' HOW,
Ol'EKA HOUSE ULOCK,
WAT KINS A CADY
will fommenco closing out'thelr
;mmknsi: tiTocic of ci.otiii.no,
FiiiiNisn-'''" "O"". h'MU ANn Tla'''':
At c,t d as said stock must all be clos
- ed out L'J'uro January .1st, lsit.
Al'CT.'N KA' '
liVKUV SATl'.'V KVKNIWI.
W.M. 1. l!AiY.
F. W. W ATKINS.
Itutland, Oct. H, 1S73.
rjUVENTY 1)01.1, AltS HEWAltD
Will bo paid for
UliTECTION, AHHEST AND CONVICTION
of tho person or iiersons who, ?S!.J1,f,7S'iS
wallelously, mut'.luted tho stouu 1 i.iJii'fS
memory of ray child In tho catno t"cry
lu 11113 jiiaco.
(She gutlmul gaily (Ololjc.
-MONDAY, OCTOHEIt 27, 1870.
'rimes mill Vu
The Columlili Georgia San saysi All
tho towns nro ns Ii.inl up as Coliiuiluu.
None of the Iiig wholesale liottses In Macon
are doing anything. A proprietor of one
of the largest wholesale establishments in
the State tolil u frieml of ours it was hard
ly worth while to open his doors as the sales
did not pay the salaries of his clerk". The
same condition exists in GriUln. Mer
chants nro taking cotton for tho payment of
dents. In Atlanta the situation Is as had
ns nnywlicrj else, If not worse. A yenurnl
crash U (.feared. Everywhere you meet
blue and lengtiiciud faei . In Macon,
Jlacon and Hrunswiek iiallroad money 1
used. Going to Atlanta you find Forytli
money; then H.irnesvlllo money ; then Grif
fin money ; and further up local certificates.
Greenbacks nro never shown you, except
as a curio'ity. Along the railroads you
see the fields white with cotton, and not a
leaf upon the stalk. In some fields not :i
hand Is picking. Should a heavy, heating
rain come, largo quantities of cotton would
vi:i.i.ov l'i:vi:ie ni'incmcs,
Interrsltiig liiliiriiinliiiii Com ernliig
Coneciiiiiig that fearful scourge, )cll(iv
fever, now lavaging the southwest, ninny
popular fallacies exist, und in thu nclions
liable to be vl-ited by it niniiii is diyidcil
as to its oriejln and the methods of prevent
lng It. The inercnntllc coiiiinnnllies (,f tiie
South have 1111 lalth in iii,ii:iutlnc ; nml
the ncwspr.pcrs, ""icpic-c-iilliij In this
case rather tho Imsincss niiui than tiie peo
ple, cry out agalust tliein ns n iiositive evil.
Yet we find the lieoiile of inleiior towns
enforcing quarantine during the prevalence
of nn epidemic, as at Hie prci-cnt time, Iiy
stntiomng nrmcii guards ut tut railway de
pots ; and tho piepomlcioncc of evidence
goes to show that yellow fever is imported
into, nml does not originate, in the South
It Is frequently asserted that Gen. Ititt
lcr kept New Orleans lice from yellow
fever during his command thcie, by tho
enforcement of sanitary icgiilatiiuis ; but
it Is the opinion of (hose wcll-infoiincd on
the subject that to the blockading squadron
Is due nil the cicdit of keeping Yellow .lack
nt bay. Filthy sttccts, stagnant wnter, and
like nuliticcs may accelerate the spread of
yellow fever nnd kindred din-aes, but
tlieie is no proof to show that Ihey origin
ate the lirst named scoiirage. Tiie writer
lias had sonic e.xneiienco in vellow fever
epidemics, and is fortunate enough to have
survived them, and to be aide to-day to de
scribe Tin: UTiiic.Mic or 1S07,
not In it medical or scientific way, but to
pi esent simply certain farts und incidents
which may prove of int' icst ut the present
lime. It may bo said nt the outset that
there Is proi1 "ily 110 dl-.e:ie concerning
which tiie doctors (filler so widely as yel
low fever, und none in which actual expe
rience is so essential to cu-ure biicce.sslul
treatment. Indeed, u crcolo niir.-e will
pull 11 patient through when nine medical
men out of ten. dependant 011 bonk learn-
lng alone, would fall. Thu gicat danger
lies ill the disca-c not being taken 111 hand
ill time. On the first symptoms appearing,
such us headache nnd pains in the back and
limbs, the patient Is given 11 doe of castor
oil, and the feet are Immersed in a hot imis
t:ud bath, us much of the hod tu possible
being bathed nt the same time. Alter hav
ing Ixvn rubbed perfectly dry the patient
is put to bed, well coveted up, and given
hot tea to di Ink, made from leavca of Ihc
orange tier. Flesh nil- may, indeed should
be, admitted to tin' room, but care imi-t lu
taken to ptcvent the slightest draft npon
the patient. If prrr-piration can be kept
up the fever Is soon broken, and then per
fect quiet is essential to tecovciy. The
slumming of 11 door or any sudden and vio
lent noise will often bring on aielapse. and
been known localise ubuost liislaiil death.
The New Oi leant 7'iWot Sept tii, li07,
mentions u case lu point :
We were yesterday lellably Informed of
11 case whicli cniiotislv Illustrates the ner
vous sil-ccptibillly of patients of yellow
fever cases, even after they have passed
what is supposed to be the ciisis of the di-
c.t'c. On Saturday night lal .Mr. F
was considered by his physiau ns out of ail
dsm'er, and was told that he could h ive his
clotlies Lliangcd 011 Sundry moiiilng. At
a late hour In the night 11 gulf steamer nu
liounccd her auival us u-n;it by filing a gun
nnd the icport gave tho pilient a neivoiis
shock which caused him to expite in the
course of the minutes. That." said he.
"is my death shock. J If startling utter
ance, proved prophetic, lie turned ovef
aud died foithwllh.
Stimulants nnd cooling diinks mc ficely
ndnilnlsleri'd during convalescence, for the
vellow fever is terribly )iristrnting, and
iccovcry from it very tedious and painful.
ouxci:ii.TX(i 1111: iNnrr.xcu op fuost
I on the disease, a writer In the Picayune
1 clu'jng the epidemic of 18(17 said be had
! hail.eMriencfl in nearly all the epidemics
ot -the l.uat lotiv years, aim w 1111 one e.
ceplloii no tni'v;- haa stooil the test 01 ob
servation. That tiioipt ion was staled by
nn eminent pltyslciaii 'ot New Orleans lu
1817. The epidemic of that yn.tr having
come ut ti ciy caily m ihnl. lj.v..c was
much despondency, growing out of tin, be
Iltf Jhat it must continue tmlil trust. Hie
physician in question then declined Hint
epidemic last but twelve weeks under any
cJic.uuistaucA'i'. During the llrst four weeks
they me on tin iijcieasc, dining the next
four they mo at a stund-stlll, wilh slight
Iliictuatlou, and dining the last four they
nro in 11 decline, when they die out trust or
Dr. Charles Dclcry of New Orl(.,ins, In a
paniphlofpitbllslied in 1S(W, al-o duclncs
it an cnoueous opinion that no coiicliwions
can be drawn trom meteurnloglcal phe.
noniona. lie dUnruvestlie ltitrodttctloii u
fever from abioad, as do most of the medi
cal men of Now Orleans, their theories in
this Instance running counter to the facts.
It Ins boon generally supposed that the
filthy condition of New Oilcans lias nut
on v generated yillow Icier, but t- ndid to
Increase its vlrltilcnee. Dr. Win rcu Slime,
in a lecture on vellow lever delivered in
New York in 187, said that yell w fever
was n disease, peculiar to warm climates
nnd was tho remit of something unruly at
inospherlc, and which totally djllered fioin
till other causes 01 inicase. inw nun i
cities uml unhealthy surrounding, though
of course they would riider the discum
niori) ileadlly ny lowering tuo viiaiuy hiui
lessenltiK the powers ot remsung u, 110 lie
dared could never generate yellow fever,
lie believed yellow fever to originate in
Bimic peculiar condition of tho atmophere,
iitnl to bo spread, not by permnal infection,
i...t I..- thn IraniiuUsloii tliroiiL'h the ntuins-
plieru of t!0 poison which constitutes this
ieculiar and dangerous disenne. He was
;Xiccir.lly nnx otu it should ho clearly im
,i.!.....,..i iiistilui fever was not personally
-oont-wlous, because of Its Lcuxlng on tin
quarantlno ijucHlon, heretofore referred
Xotivltlistanding the weight of this author
ity, added to the statements of the N'i w Or
leans pres and tho views of old ri-ldi nts
the facts concerning the epidemic of lsii"
would scein to indicate not only that yell iw
fever can bo introduced from ubn ad, but
that a strict quarantine, inatiuuruted in - i
son, may prevent the spread ofthe diL,i-e.
AN AlllllVAt. 1 nou .Mn.xiro.
The yellow fever lii.ulu Its Hrt nppear
nnees in the Gulf Slates In 18'!", in the
town of Indianola, Tc.x, in Matagorda
Hay. The f!rt reports (.lur.c anil in .Inly
were contradictory, the local papers admit
ting only that "tever.il deaths" had occur
red, "occasioned by a bad type of billions
fever." The truth could not long be con
cealed, however. The fever prcad, and
piior to tiie lsitli of July n terrible epidemic
was raging, people were warned again-t
visiting the place, and the Interior town-,
had established quarantine. The details
of the sufferings ofthe people of IndiaU'da
at the time are truly heartrending, but it h
not my purpose to reproduce them intr
The following iieount cfthe origin ol Hi
diseae, which appeared in the Iniluii'i' i
ll'iUetin of .IulvL'."i, 18117, Is clear and eii -eiimstaf.tl.il.
That paper says the fen rw.i
"brought there by a schooner from V. ra
Cruz. Among her pa-"cngers were a ger
tlemen and family. A drayman, Ilunti ;-,
hauled Hum up to the Magnolia llmi-. .
wliere the baggage was aired. Hunter, tli
drayman, took sick with the fever and died.
A small lad in the employ of Clem, ut .v
lturhanks, opposite the north tide of Hi
Magnolia House, alo too't sick nod dh d.
A Mexican, who came passenger in th
schooner and put up nt Mr. Wagner'" ii k
ened and died, and suli'cquently two otli rs
died in the same house. The blankets and
some parts of the baggage of the-e piop'e
were sold, and thus became dilribut-1
around; nnd there is not a shadow of ibud-
hut that the ilicac that is now prevaile 4
liere originated as above. Two y ut ig 111 1.
one a on of Judge Duke, whl'i- on ai-it
to Indianola, examined the blankets .nul
b.lggige above memioneil liefore they w. re
sohl, and immediately after returning luniii
to llines Hay they were atl.1ci.11l by yell .v
feier and died, and tiie infecti m tlnis - ir
ried occasioned several other casus ui tli it
1111: srui.Ati in tiii: uhcisl
to Corpus Christ), I.avacca, and the int. ri -r
towns, can bo traced beyond dispute to ie
fugees fruni Indianola. Galveston early 1
tablished 11 quarantine, hut tint it was not
altogether elieetual is shown by the follow
ing extract from a letter dated Galveston,
July": "We have bad one death from
black vomit a refugee from Indianola
and two or three cases now in hand are re
garded a looking much like yellow fever."
Thu Galveston Civilian ol Aug. 1'ii.iys:
"The ) cllow fever was duublless introduei ti
into Galveston from Iniliunul.i."
An exodns of tin-citizens of Galve-ton t
the interior of Texas began in July, but tiny
took the seeds of death vith Hum. and hard
ly a town in thu State escaped the scourge.
The diseae proied much more latal in the
interior than in the seaboard cities, from
want ot ice, medicines, medical atti ndanc. ,
nnd experienced nnres. On Aug. 1 yellow
fever was declared epidemic- in C .he-Ion.
New Orleans meanwhile con.inu .1
healthy. One case of yellow lever the
llr-t repotted oi-cuirid in July, an aruiv
olllcer from Iiidianola, who died, I l ib. 1",
at the St. Charles Hotel. Oilu-re ise-w. n
reporteil later at tiie stock I. iniiing, w!h c
tliu Indianola steamers landed. They.-liow
fever hrst became epidemic in I.uiu-ian 1
ut New Iberia. The llrt ease her.- w.i- a
man ju-t ariived from the plaguc-stm-kim
section of Texas. K"eling unwell he wi-'it
to a drug ttore nnd took some im du hu
ll ml then lay down on a bed in a room oil'
the i-torc. Here he died of the lever, and
tho disease thus introduced tapiilly spread,
until on Hie 18th of August there "were 150
cases under treatment.
New Orleans mean hile had one or two
cases, imported from Havana in the bark
Florence 1'eters, and the disease was st ad
II V on the ill rease. Fur Hie week ending
Aug. 18 there were IS deaths ropoiu.l fiuin
yellow fever. The di-ease reaelu d 1 -
height in .optenibor, ami then steadily de
clined, though not wholly disappearing un
til January, IsGj. The 'Hoard ol lle.dili.
however, declared Hie epi lemie at 111 11. 1
on the otb of November. The Turn ..('
Nov. 12, in expressing its thankfulness ,1
the lifting of the sable curtain, a) -"The
di-case lias this year hem ex
ceedingly exacting. Thuugh its victiu
were scarcely a fourth of the number 01
those who fell in IS.':'., yet the number '
tho-e attacked is fully three tir es as gre it
as it was lu that deadly season "
statistics or 1$U".
The New Orleans Journal of JAiA-ii.
fiirAp.il, 1SCS, gives the following tacts
nnd liguics concerning the ravages of tin
yellow fever in that city dining tiie pn
ceiling year :
IM". Uallu. hi' . It , .
In June 8 I In 0. 1 .1) ! i,- i
.luly 11 I N v uiMe.- 1
August 251 ! II 'Ml. .-1-.
September. ... 1,0JT
I I ' .1 i -T
Among the milit.ny there were 21:1 deaths
out of 1,0D0 to 1.10(1 eae- The deaths
trom oilier fevers during tins p u.xl a.-gn -
I he number ol cases treated bv the II. -
ard Association was 1,11)1 died, :5(i: 1 -cuvered,
H,S,",-J. Iteliet was gr..nu .1 t.
C1U0 other per.ons. 'the morta n ..'
Hiesc cases was eight per cent, less tli in .. :
Charity Ilo.-pital aud among ilie l int .1
States troops, but perhaps larger lh..e ,
private practice. The .lourntil, from tlu
statistics given, lighted up an approxima
tion of II ."00 cases, or about tweoij-liie
percent, of the actual population .f tli
city. It is believed, however, that tiki,
we're neatly (50,000 cases during the sea on.
1 lie mortality ot vellow lev. r cases wa-
eight percent, in ISliT, again-t tw. nt) t 1
ier cent, in lS.'S. The deerea-ed inutil
ity m Isi.i is attributable to a inililer toi ui
ot the uieac, mure ration u treatui-nt.
carefv! nursing, and less nu dn uiim
IX CONCl.t -MX.
It has been kbovvit frmii
j ' id medical
autliority tli.it llllh iloes 1
'filiate y. I
lot put an
! ted ll it tin
low fever, and tli.i" lrost .(
end to thu fever- It may l
first frosts lucrcni the liioriuhiv, wh..ti .
may be their utter cllects upon tin- henitl
ot the coinmunity. It lia nis i been -hnvvii,
medical autliority to Hie contr. rv, Ili.i v.l
low lever Is spread y personal iiunu n
and that a rigid quarantine is a p oteel in.
against the disease. Tho facts cnneerinnu
Iho pre-cnt epidetnle when collatid will 1
mil convinced, hear out llu-so cniu lii-l .ns
A word or two of warning to tli ie wli 1
contemplate visiting cities i lien the m-ihu-a
has prevailed oris now prevailing. Ii is
the opinion of nn experienced and -knlful
physician of New Orleans that even atn r
the atmosphere lias been purified tin- g. nil
ofthe Jiieasu lingers in liou-es when it
lias prevailed, and unacelimated pel sen
aro liable to lake it, and thus he the cans.
perhaps of again impregnating the -i-inn,
Allen A; Drew, U7 .Merchants' How, are
selling goods at cost for 30 days, lu close
out stock 1 Hats, Caps, Ftnnishlinr Goods
and Heady .Made Clothing, Good Goods
at M iy low prices.
HENNLSON'S 1'ATKNT SIIUTINO TA(.S.
Over tuo millions have been used within the
past ten ) ears, without complaint of loss bv 1 1 ,
becoming detached, All Express I'ompniu. s
uso litem. Sold by Pi Inters, and Sutton, ra
oloiii: l'Arnit co. hutland,
JuneMOAwtt Wholsilo Agonu.