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RUTLAND, VT., THUKSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER v. -29, 1873.
VOL. 1 NO. 15G.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
CURTAIN CORNICES OF BLACK
Walnut, or all Gilt, made to order. Cur
tain Itlnics, Tassels and Cords. DRARISOHN'S
SHOW CASES. CORNER, CLOCK
and Mantle Shelves made to order, with
Plain or Moulded edges. DRACHMS sawed In
different styles at DUAIIIIOIIN'S
drove 11 loci:.
"YTHW MOULDINGS FOll PICTURE
Framing, ehromos, LltlinCTiitihs, nod
Kngrnvlnirs at DI'AHP.OliN'S
JfJ N. MEHRIAM'.S
PERFECT F1TT1XU SIltllTS.
pattf.hn.s cut to mi:asi:iik.
"J7. NTMERRlAat'S PERt'EOT KIT
lit. TINO SHIM'S. The most comrortable,
durable uud cconomlc.il. Juj'dly
DECKER HROS. UNRIVALLED l'l
ANO FOUTLS, pronounced tho Illicit In
the world. Warranted tor bnven 5 ears.
0. II. M O It i: II O V S K,
Opposite Central llouso - - RUTLAND, Vt.
HUTLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
WOOl) AND CHAIN SCAT CHAIUS, HL'R
STrABS AND C1IAIK STOCK.
Corner of West and Forest sis,
I.. Atwoop, Ajft. 0. C. Hi-gules', Trcns.
J W. K I N (i ,
Manufacturer and wholesale and retail dealer In
SASH, DOORS, HL1NDS,
MOULDINGS, HHACKRTS, AND HOUSE FUIt
OP KVEKY DE.SCI'.IrTlO'.
Kiunacb Street, Huti. inn, Vt.
Orders by mall or otherwise promptly attend
ed to. myldtf
LINCOLN IRON WORKS.
Marblo Mill and Hoisting Machinery of the
most improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings and general ma
Steel and Iron Wire Hopo at Manufacturer's
ltulland, Vt May 1, 1ST3. m.iyldlt
A. II. II'AWLKY,
CO, V T 11. 1 C roil AXt I'll ACTIO Ah SLATHIS,
He H prepared to do all work promptly and
well. Orders cm be lett at J. IL (Hynu's sloro
on .Merchants' liow, or at tho Hardwell House.
lleftrenctn Hockwood llarrelt, ltuthiiid; L. M.
Mason, President of First National Hank, De
troit, Michigan; lion. J. M. .Marvin, Saratoga
U L T O M A R K K T,
DUNTON & HAYWAHll
All kinds of .Meats, 1'lsh, Vegetables and
Fruits m their season.
Klngsleyi Spraguc's mock, Merchants' How.
Q.ROVER & RAKER'S IMPROVED
SHUTTLK AND ELASTIC STITCH,
SliWrXO MACHINES, .fr., d'e
. x. Mmtr.iAM's.
V) PRINTERS AND PU11LISH1.RS.
The (H.OUE Paper Co., having duplicates of
tLo following articles oiler them for sale at low
Steam Engine, suitable lor running presses,
Hoc Cu d Pi ess,
Smith Hand Press,
Ono liulo Mlterlng M n lilne.s,
Ami i.iimernns other articles used in a I'llnlln" I
And numerous othu aniens usi u in a 1 mum, ,
U'RIHNE WATER WHEELS.
PRICE LIST OF THE WETMORE TURBINE.
Eighty per cent, useful elfect guaranteed
at a recent test of a thlrty-sW-liicli Welmuio
wheel, by Mr. Emerson, at Dulyoke, Mass., the
average, ol ten trials was ovku uoui'y-t'vo
PRICE LIST OF THE WOLCOTT TURBINE.
J 75.00 I -12
thoroughly built, economical
ana suia ai
a small percentage over
Mill work of all descriptions, to order.
SULLIVAN MACHINE CO.,
Clarcmont, N. H.
Oct. 10. dlmo
pi'INTINO. PulMiikliiL' Pearl Pres.
X Now and valuablo Invention. Evjrybusl.
ness man should hivo one. Presses and oulllts
from J10 upwards. Hendstamn for Catalogue ot
Presses, Type, Cuts, etc. 00LDI.NO Co., 11
Kllby street, Boston. augWit.cwum,
NO. 15 MERCHANTS' ROW,
Iron and Lead Pipe, I'ortablo and Stationary En
glues ! Kotary steam, Forco and Cistern Pumps
Leather ami Rubber lleltlng; Rubber llosoam
Packing: Rubber Overcoats, illoves and Mil.
tens; Steam anil Water Oauge.s ; Water, Steam
anutias rulings, ami i-ixtures, an Kiuus; 1 ia
anusoapstono packing j Cotton Wasle, PI1111
STEAM, WATER AND (IAS FITTIKO
Done at short notice, and at prices adapted to
Rutland, May 1, 1973 myldcm
TEAM STONE CUTTER COMPANY,
Solo proprietors and manufacturers of the
STONE C'HANNLl.i::n Oil (iUAHUYINO MA
bt'jno Into vnilous sl.ci and ill.
IN ALL KINDS or Ql'AI'.IIIIX
OFKICB ANI1 SIIOI'S,
JOHN W. OHAMTON, l'ro-'(.
(IKOIirii: E. ItOYCE, Treas.
ciiahi.es clakk, sec'y.
(IEO. J. WAHDWELL, Supt.
R. CARLE'S WATER PROOF
HARNESSES, CARItlAOI' TOPS,
hoots, shoes, inc.
Fits harnassos perfectly and prevents crack
Ins. Does not fry out or gum tho surface.
Softens and preserves tho leather. Excludes
the water. Excellent for boots, shoes, He
tiraivcs universal satisfaction. Manufac
my?od.twtf N. O. MARC1L Mlddlebory,
Merchants using printed wrapping will do
well to consult us beloro ordering, as wo make
as low tlgures as New York or Boston Rouses,
and give better accommodations In assorting
M11 10 u erc" savApS?a-jo?u
Wholesale dealer la
OALlt'ortNtA WISES AND BRANDY
lllrORTKU ANP WUOI.ESAI.E DEALER
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
Tho attention of Town Agents, Physicians
and Druggists Is especially called to our wines,
as they are unsurpassed Tor medical purposes,
coming from one of tho oldest vineyards In
California. All goods guaranteed pure and sat
isfactory, or to lie 1 (.'turned nt my expense.
n r r 1 c k ,
COItNEIl FHl'iriHT AND KVELYN, STS
(I.andon Huntoon's lllock,)
Hutland. Vt. myltf
JUTLAND MARISLl. COMPANY,
wiioi.ksai.i: dkai.kuh in
11 LOCK & SAWED MA HULK.
ijl'AHlMKS AND MILLS,
.1 N. I1AXTE1I, Hupt.
WEST HUTLAND, Vt
All tho grades of Hutland Maible, In the
shape ot slabs of various thicknesses lequlred
fur Furniture, .Mantel, and Decorative Work, as
well us Cemetery u.es; also cubic Stock fur
Monumental and Ilulldlng purposes, Including
liases, strlin, and Putts, may be found on our
yard at all times.
our extensive arrangements ror tho produc
ttoiiof Muible, In thu way of tjuarrylng Ma
chinery, ami Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
of saws, place us In position to supply the
wants of the Trade. Wholesale and liotull
Dealers, Iluilders, Furniture-Men, and gen
eral Manufacturers will llnd It to their Intel est
to faur us with their orders.
HUTLAND .MAKI1LF, CO
"PROSPECTUS FOR 187-1-
T II E A L D I N E.
An lllustiated Monthly Journal, universally
admitted to be tho Handsomest Period
ic 11 In the World. A Rcprcscnta-
tlve and Champion of Am
NOT FOH SALE IN 'JOOIC OU NEWS STORES,
The AMiite, while Issued with nil the regular
ity, has hone of thu temporary or timely inter
est characteristic uf ordinary pi'iloillcals. It Is
an elegant miscellany or pure, Uejit and grace
t ill literature ; and a collection of plctuics, the
rarest specimens of mtlstle skill, In black ami
white. Although each succeeding number ut-lord-,
u liesh pleasure to Its li'lends, the real
value and beauty of The A hhne will be most ap
preciated after It has been bound up at the
close of the j ear. While other publications may
claim superior cheapness, as compared with
llvals of 11 similar class, The Ahliiie Is a unique
and urlulnul conception alone and unappruach
cd alisolutelv vv II hout competition In price or
character. The possessor 01 a complete volume
cannot duplicate I he ipunlltyof line paper and
engravings In any oilier shape or number of
volumes lor ten limes its cost ; tun! Ilien, there
are I lie ehromos, bcsl Jes !
AKT DEPARTMENT, 1571.
The Illustrations of The Alilinr have won
vvotiiMvido reputallun, and III the art centres
,Jf i;mp0 it i.s,'au aUmlttr-.l fact that Its wood
eiitsine examples of the highest perfection
over attained, 'I'he common pi ejudlce in favor
of "steel plates," Is rapidly 5 leldliig to a mole
educated anil dlsciimlu.itlng taste which recog
nizes me auvaiun,res or superior arustic quali
ty with greater laelllly ot production. Tho
wood cuts or 'Ihe Aldine possoss all tho delicacy
and elaborate llnlsh of the most costly steel
piait, niiu iiiey auuru a ueucr reiiucnug ui
the artist's original.
'lolully rcaliio the wonderful work which
The Atdmc Isdolm: fur the cause of art culture
In Aiucilcn, It Is only necessary to consider tho
cost to the people 01 uny other decent represen
tations o the productions of great painters.
In addition to deslrns bv tho members of tho
National Academy, and other noted American
umsis, ihe .wain, win repruuucu examples or
the be-it foreign masters, selected with 11 view
to the highest artistic success and greatest gen
eral Interest. Thus tho subscriber to The Aldme
will, at a trilling cost, enjoy in his own home
I he pleasures and retinitis luiluences ot true
Tho quarterly tinted plates for 1371 will bo by
Thos. Moral) and J. D. Woodward.
The Christinas issue fur 1974 will contain
special designs appropriate, to tho season, by
our bust artists, and wld surpass in attractions
any of Its predecessors.
PREMIUM FOR 1374.
Every subscriber to Thr Aldiiu ror tho year
1S74 will 1 ecelvo a pair or ehromos. Tho origin
ill pictures were painted In oil for the publish
its of J'k .1 Miif, by 'Ihomas Mornn. whose
great Colorado picturo was purchased by Con
gress ror ten thousand dollars. Tho subjects
were chosen to icpresent "The E 1st" and "Tho
West." Olio Ha view In tho White Mountains,
New Hampshire : the oth .r gives Tho Clio's ot
(il'eeu Itlver, Wyoming Teliltory. Tho dlHer
ence Hi the nature of tho scenes themselves Is
a pleasing contrast, and affords a good display
ot tho 111 list's si ope uud coloring. Tho ehromos
are each wo ked from thirty distinct plates.and
are In sue (IS! x 10) and appearance exact fac
similes of tho originals, Tho tin b 'nt.itlon ot a
worthy example or America's greatest land
scape nalnterlo tho subscribers of The Aldinc
was a bold but peculiarly happy Idea, and Its
successful realization is attested by tho follow
lug testimonial, over the slgnaturo ot Mr. Mo
ran lilmselt ;
Ni:vvaiik, N. J., Sept. 20th, 1S73.
.Messrs. James Sutton i Co.
I!enlltmen,l am delighted with the proofs In
colorof jour cluomos. They uru wonderfully
successful representations by mechanical pro
cess of the oilglniilpalutlugs:
(Signed,) TI10S. MOHAN.
Thoto ehromos are In every sense American.
They aro by an original American process, with
material of American manufacture, from de
signs of American scenery by an American
painter, and presented to subscribers to tho
iirbt successful American Ait Journal. If no
better because or alltlils, they will certainly
possess an Interest no foreign production can
Inspire, ui.il neither aro they any tho worso if
byieusonor peculiar facilities or production
thoy cost tho publishers only a trllle. while
eipial in every lespect to other ehromos that
uio bold hlngly tor double, tho subscilptlon
irlcoof The AMIne. Persons of tasto will prlo
those pictures for themselves not for tho price
I hey dldordld not tost, nnd will appreciate I lie
onierpi ise that renders their distribution pos-
If env sulncrlher should Indlcateanrcferenco
fur a llguro subject, the publishers will send
"Thoughts of Homo" n new und beautiful
ehromo Hxso Inches, representing n little
Italian exile whoso speaking eyes betray the
longings oihls heart.
ij."! per iiunum, in wUnnte,with OU Vhromo
For Fitly finis Extra, tho ehromos will bo
tent, mounted, varnished, anil prepaid by
The AUine will, hereafter, lio obtainable nim
by subscription. There will bo no reduced or
club rato j eush for subscriptions must bo sent
10 1110 puoiisners uireci, or nuiuiettlo tho local
canvasser, without responsibility to tin, nuii.
Ushers, except In cases where the certlllcnto Is
given, lieaiing the rac slmllo signature ot
James rsuuou a cu,
Anv nerson wishing to act permanently as
local canvasser will receive full uud prompt In.
lorinatioii uy applying 10
JAMES SUTTON CO., Publishers,
oclJSdtf, 63 .Maiden Lane, New Yurk,
BRICK. I liavo five hundred thousand
irn.nl hard burned merchantable brick on
hand and fur sale on reasonable terms. Please
call and examine. Warrauted to give jatlsfaC'
lion. WM. 41. FIELD,
Rutlsud, August J, 1873, Ufiatf
FREE FROM ALCOHOL
Dr. J. Walker's Califorxu visr.o in Bitters
aro a purely legetublu preparation, made
chlelly Irom tho native h rbs found on the low.
er ranges ot tho Sierra Nevada mountains ot
California, thelmcdlclual properties or which are
extracted theretrom without the use of Alcohol.
The question Is almost dally asked, Whal Is
the cause or the unparalleled succeis of INK
oar BiTTt.us J";our utiswcr Is that they icinovo
tho cuse or iirsease, and the patient iccovers
his health. Theynro tho great blxid purlller
and a lire-giving principle, a pelflrt Renovator
and invlgurutor ot the sj stem. Never before
In the history of the world has a medicine been
compounded possessing the remarkable quail
tiesot Vinloak 1SIT1EK3IU honllug the sick of
nny disease man Is l.clr to. They aro a gentle
Purgative as well as Tonic, relieving Conges
tion or Inflammation or the Liver nnd Visceral
Organs or Bullous Diseases.
DR. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA VINEOAR
act on alt these cases In a singular manner.
By puilljlng tho Blood they reinuvo the cause,
and by lesoiving away tho cUcctsof tho inflam
mation (tho tubercular deposits) the aflected
parts receive health, and a pcimanent enrols
IF MEN WILL ENJOY HOOD HEALTH,
let them u.'o Visioar lliTrmis as a medicine,
and avoid the use of alcoholic stimulants In
(1 HATEFUL THOUSANDS
proclaim Vinku in Bittkrs tho most wonderful
tnvlgorant tliateversustalned Iho sinking ys
teui. NO PERSON CAN TAKE THESE HITTERS
according to directions and remain long un
well, provided their bones are not deslrojed by
mineral poison or other means, and vital organs
wasted beyond repair.
which aro so picvalcnt In tho vallejH of our
great livers throughout tho I'nlleil statos,
esp.clallv thoso ot the Mississippi, Ohio, .Mis
souri, Illinois, Tennessee, Cumbei laud, Arkan
sas, Ited Colorado, Brazos, Hlo (Irande, Pearl,
Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Roanoke, James,
and many others, wlih their vast tributaries,
throughout our entire country during tho
Summer and Autumn, and remarkably so dur
ing seasons of unusual heat and dryness, are
Invariably accompanied by extensive derange
ments or the stomach and liver, and other ab
dominal viscera. In their treatment, a purga
tive, exerting a powerrul Influence upon these
various organs, Is essentially necessary. There
is 110 cauiariic ior tuu purpose equ. 11 to nr. .j.
Walker's Viklhiak Bitti:rs, us they w ill speed
ily remove the dark-colored viscid matter with
which the bowels are loaded, at tho same tlmo
stimulating the secretions of the liver, and gen
erally restoring tho healthy functions of the di
FOHTU'YTliE BODY Ad.UNST DISEASE
by purifying all tho fluids with ViNcoiu ir-
ti:wj. No epidemic can take hold or I he ay ft cm
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION,
head-ache, pain In tlie shoulders, cough?, tight
liessui me einsi, ui..iuess, suru emeianuiis ui
the stomach, bad laslo lu the mouth, bilious ut
tacks, palpitation of the heart, tuflammntlounr
the Iuiil's. nutti In Iho realun 01 tho kidneys.
and a hundred other p.ilnlul s.vmplouis are ull
spi lugs of dyspepsia, one buttle will prove a
ueiier eiiaiuinee 01 us nieiiis uiitii 11 leimuiy
SCROITLA, OR KING'S EVIL,
.lilte swellings, ulcers. Eryslnelas. Rvvelled
neck, troll it, scrofulous Inflammations, moron-
lint alfeetlons, old Miles, eruptions or the si. In,
sore eyes, etc. lu these, as 111 all other 1 (insti
tutional diseases, W.Vl.kEK'S VlSEOVR IlllTKIIS
have shown their great curative lowers lu the
most obstinate and Intractable cases.
I'OH INFLAMMATORY AND CHRONIC RllEU-
.MA 1 ISM,
gout, bilious, remlllentnnd Inleimlttent tevcrs,
diseases of the blood, liver, kidneys and blad
dei , these bitters hav 0 no equal, such diseases
are caused by vitiated blood.
Persons engaged In paints ami minerals, Mich
us plumbers, tyiie-setteis, gold-beaters mid
miners, as they advance In Hie, are subject to
paraijsisoiino ijovvth loguam againstiuis,
take a dose ot Walker's Vinkiar Bn-ri.iis occa
roil SKIN DISEASE'-,
eruptions, tetter, salt rheum, blotches, fpols
pimples, pustules, bol s,caibiiiiiles,iingHoruis,
scald heads, sol 0 eyes, erysipelas, ltcn, scuns,
discoloration of the .skin, humors and diseases
or the skin of whatever name or nature, lire
uieruuy uug up una cairied out or in system
lu a short time by the uso ot these Hitlers.
PIS",, TARE AND OTHER WORMS,
lurking In tho system or so many thousands, aio
effectually destroyed und removed. No bybtem
or medicine, no vermifuges, no anthelmmltlcs
will free tho system from worms like these Hit
ters. TOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS,
in young or old, married or tingle, at the dawn
or womanhood, or the turn or life, these T011IO
Bitters display so decided an Influence that Im
provement Is soon puccptlbie.
CLEANSE THE VITIATED BLOOD
whenever you llnd Its Impurities bursting
through tho skin 111 nlmnles. eruntluns or sores.
cleanse it when you llnd llubslructcdaud slug,
glsli In tho veins : cleanse It when It Is loul i
lour reelings will tell you when. Keep the
bluod pure, and the heallli ol the syslem will
;, . Mciio.xAUi .! ;co.,
Druggists and General Agents, San Francisco.
California, and comer ot Washington and
Cluu leston stieets, N. Y.
sold nv all micuaisTS Ann dealers,
Oct. 5. dsw cow ly.
RANTER NATIONAL HANK,
II. Henry Baxter,
II, F. Lotiikoi',
). N, lux I hit,
T. W. PARK,
()KO. E. KOVCK,
Geo K111: II. BorruM,
J. W, ClIASITON,'
N. T. Sl'RAiHT, Jit,
W, C. Dt'NION,
W, C. l.ANUON.;
Made and remitted for at Lowest Rates.
1NTKRKST ALLOWED ON TIME Dr.l'0311'S.
A general Banking and Exchange business
H. IIknrt Baxtsr Prcst. J, N, Baiter, V. Prest,.
Otoaos R. BOTTtra, cashier.
(Bvorcvicis and gvovisions.
t 7 .
WITHOUT REGARD TO COST,
TO MAKE ROOM.
THE STOCK WILL BK SOLI) AT
As I am bound to
a 1, n a : it out
PREVIOUS TO OCTOBER 1STU
T . C II U 1! H A R I) ,
1 7 .
J A T. 0 A I) E N ,
Wholes iln and Retail Dealers In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED FRUITS, PICKLES, Ac,
AND FANCY GOODS.
Also, Dealers In
DltV GOODS, SHAWLS, DRESS GOODS,
" HOSIERY, GLOVES, iC, AC.
An assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Constantly on hand.
AGENTS FOR MAIL STEAMERS TO AND
.2RRAFTS FOU ANY AMOUNT ON THE
BANKS OF ENGLAND, IHELAND. SCOTLAND
CORNER FP.EIGIIT AND EVELYN STS.
Q. II E K II TURNER
sua a 11 iiEFixixa company,
70 WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
offer for sale nil the various irrades ot Rclltied
Sugar or superior (Juallty at the Lowest Market
j'lices. A superior quaiu ui iiiuh; ouai. w.
i.uiiiecuoucrs use. i.isu,
WHITE COFFEE A,
COFFEE EXTRA O,
And the lower grades ot
)' u i, I, o ir s u a a 11 .
Orders to bo nddicssed to our orllco In New
York, 70 wan street, cor. pearl.
Parties ordering 10 bairels can have them as-
Terms Thlity days, or Cash In 7 days, less
X per eein,ui.seuuui,
E. (1. RANTER,
1 a n 7 . 18 7:.
O I. D R E D S T O R E .
ailOOEHIES AXI P110Y1HI0NH
CHEAP FOR CASH.
mayltf Mkiiciiants' Row.
T?LK HORN & MAGNOLIA FLOUR
JJJ v cry choice, for salo nt
inuyldivvly II. W. MARSHALL
OATTY'S N ARO 11 PICKLES
.IV t' rosso A; 1) lack well's llckK3. llalford'u
Worcosterslilvo Hauce. Nabob Hauce, In fact
nearly all MnU-i of Kugltsh Hckles can bo found
rpEAS, from BO rents to $1.75; also fresh
L. urounu 1 uiruu, at
II. W. MARSHALL'S
mayliLVvvly Corner ot Urove and West Bta
TU S C A T G R A P E S
at II. V. AU31IA..T1.
TRUNELlJS. PRUNES. CHERRIES,
X Peaches, Blackberries, Haspberrles,Plums
Huckleberries. Also, all Unas ol milts In cans,
lornaieat 11. w. amiiaii-Aj.,
inaytCUrwly Qrovo street, J.uUoa. vt.
(Clothing & urnlsUing (Ooods.
Wo have employed a tlrst-claiSs CUTTErt
from New York City, and can now assure our
customer, that wo can give them perfect
A large lino of CLOTHS to select from prices
to incot Hie times.
READY MADE CLOTHING,
HATS, 0 A P S ,
Having sold all of our old stock we can show
the largest Hue of
N K W GOODS
lu Rutland at prices that all must appreciate.
LADIES' AND GENTS' FURS.
A LAROE JLINE OF FINE GOOD?,
TUUXKS AXV 11AU3.
GENTS' FURNISHING OOODS, Etc.
ALLEN & DREW'S,
27 Merchants' Row, .... Hutlaml.
2INS.MAN & ROSS
Wish to sv to their FftlENDI nnd tho mibllc
generally, (notwithstanding one or our brother
merchants says we keep no first class goods,)
that wo have received, tho present weeK an
other MAMMOTH STOCK,
Including a full line Ct
YORK sad GUIPURE LACES,
OIMP3 and FRINGES,
bought cheap and first quality.
H09IEUY AND KID C1LOVE9,
and a full Itne of
at twenty-live cents a yard and upward.
W e want money, and will mafcu It for tho In.
terestot any one wanting gooas In our line to
glvo us a call.
11 IT T T V II 1 C K ' S ! A T T K 11 .V S
SHEA Its AND sCISSOlts,
ORIGINAL ONE PHICE STOHE.
No. .1, Merchants' Row,
Idly RUTLAND, VERMONT.
ALL REST PRINTS, lOjc.
Pound Prints, -15c ., (3 yards.) French Prints,
iwj., reuueeu irom r.ec. iuues .leiiuu
vests, tl. Red HOse, Wtu37. Eng
lish Socks, CD, 7.1, S7,
Thn finest Stock ct English and French
R L A C K GOO D S
U N 1) E R W E A R .
The finest and cheapest goods In New England,
LADIES' VESTS, tl.W.
HOSt Mil' AXII GLOVES, Kill,
2,001) YARDS DRESS GOODS
In remnants, nt from HJic 10 50c: value sse.jo
jtf.uo a yarn.
$1.S5, tl.W), tl.il, $1.91), J'J.2.1, Htm, 13.00.
Vetctls, Vtlcttetm. Tut(uo!s, Satins
ami Silk for Trimmings,
EMBROIDERED SAXONY FLANNELS lied SIC
'I he largest stock or flannels lu Vermont.
SO) DIAI'EH, 10 yards.
Anv lady wanting FURS In Mink, Seal or
Fitch, can savu inm J5 to 15 by giving us
their order, on approbation.
BUHT 4 SHERMAN.
Oct. SS, 1973
.0 R A N D O P E N I N O
C. A. PARKIIURST A CO.'S.
We have In store the largest assortment, the
greatest variety 01 00111
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
D R Y GOODS,
FANCY GOODS. NOTIONS and NOVELTIES
ot any dry guods house lu thestate. and ask the
special aiienuoi! 01 persuns 111 pursuit ui kuuus
in our line lu our siock.
We have selected goods ror the early Fall
every uepariinent worthy me iiueniioii or per
suns irom iar aiiu near, uiu
Is giving unequaled satisfaction. Our assort.
In WATE1IPI100F CLOTHS wo have every.
thing desli able, at prices from fl 00 to 12.00 per
BLACK SILKS from $1 jo to U.oo.
SHAWLS 111 endless variety.
KID GLOVES, Ai. tl.'O, I .MS, l.M, 1,75 per
C. A. PARKIIURST, &. CO.
33 MEIICIIANTS' ROW,
OPEUA HOUSE BLOCK,
WAT KINS &, CADY
will commeuco closing out their
IMMENSE STOCK OF CI.OT1IINO,
ruRNisiiiNii noons, soots ash shoes, trunks
lUOJ ASI VALI3KS,
At Cost and loss, as said stock must nllboclos
rd out beforn January 1st, 1874.
KVEIIV SITUI'.PAV KVKNtNO,
F. W. W ATKINS. WM. P. CADY.
Rutland. Oct, 14, 1673. slndsir.
rpWENTY DOLLARS REWARD
Will bo paid for tho
DETECTION, ARREST AND CONVICTION
or the nerson or persons who. wantonly nnd
maliciously, mutilated the stone erected to the
memory of my cuud lu the Cathollg Cemetery
in mis pince.
ftUgVWU DANIEL CnONAtt
She gutlnnrt gaity (Dtobc.
WEDNESDAY, OOTOI1ER 2!). 187a.
TI10 season brings Into notice American
silks, particularly tliofe turned nut of the
looms nt tlie Cheney llrotlier'. In texture
anil finNIi these sll'.ts are fbtini! quite equal to
those of France, tho main dilTeroncu lieing
In the lustre, which is comp initlvily dull,
because, it Is "ui ', of some climatic hind
rance, iliminMiIni the nalur.il gliniines uf
the matcrlil These silks are tft and ,.il
nhle in their nature, wilh a firm, sulMm
tlal body, and. draping gr.t.ifully, are fine
ly ad ipted to 111 ikln up In tlu preaent tyle?
of dress. They nreni.ule in nil the f.ihion
able colou nnd shades In the warm
browns, dark eriuisorn, vblets, nnd blues
are of velvety softness, nnl In the fashion
able neutrals they have the luitrileis .It-
ness of fine French fushincics. Fur darn
bility they rc parlicullrly noteworthy, 11
dress of Cheney' American llk being ald
to outwear two ot French or IK-lgi.in m in-
ufacttire a mint decided deidenituni with
the ti udent economist Cheney's bl.ick
llks are cxceeilingly popular, and selling
nt the moderate price of $!! per y rd It is
doubtful whether any fabric now before t e
public, of no greater cost, will make up so
richly or in the end more satisfactorily.
The same remark will apply equally ns well
to the colored ilks. 'I hey are In grenl fa
vor for tlie skirts uf enstiinies, with the over-
Iress of some heavier material, and are sold
at only ;!l.'25 per yard.
From tho San Francisco Chronicle, cer. 19.
A t'rlglil till llitlliinti 'oj:'u''
sincoai.iNO 101: i.iit. in iim: i-Acirto ocean
Timer, miiim 111011 and tin: f. ist
i:iii.v t'L'i!i!i:xi' 1 Niiisiovr.iiun.
A balloon nsrension from the C'ilv Gar
dens by "Professor Duiel" was ailvi'l tiscil
lo Inliu iil.icc yetcid.iy. Eaily In the
lnornlin; tlie inll.ilion of the mammoth bal
loon "New Vvoild, belonging lo Pmli'sor
Lav, was connnonml. Tho main belong
ing, to the San FraiicKco tins Company
lnnnine; into the Gaidens is but small and
the balloon therefore lllled slowly. When
Hie hour nuveiti-el lor the ascension ao-
proached it was a-certained that thu adver
tised balloonist, vvIkm' name is not "Duiet"
but C. II. Hull, was not -johnf, up. Among
the )as.-,engcis billed lor tho excursion,
however, was a Chronicle reporter, W. W.
Austin, who nan made two balloon ascen
sions. When the reporter came upon the
ground and found that the affair was likely
to prove .1 fiasco, be vohmteied lo take
charge of the ascension himself, nnd under
his guidance the ascension was made. At
tin ep o'cltck there was not sufficient gas
lu the balloon, nnd 11 delay of one hour was
found to be necessary. The balloon really
required 4.1,000 feet of gas in it. Tills was
considered sulllcient to cairy two passen-
geiH, anil Ihe Llironicle repoiler nnd l-ilwm
ll.Clougb stepped into the li.Mtet. I he bal
loon shot upvvaid with lightnint; velocity.
In two minutes ban l iuncisco, with its citi
zens and houses, looked lite a panorama in
the distance. Market street was clearly
defined, and the other slieets fiom tlie im
mense height, secmeil to intersect it at
almost light angles. The people bil ivv
looked like pigmies, nnd Ihe liou.-es weie
as toy-shops for childien. Par uvviiy to
the light spieail the bay. It wits, to the
balloonist', a mere Micet of burnished sil
ver, lieyoud weie the inouiilains, grand
in llieir Milemnitv. but seenilng 'like so
mnny molehills to ihe voy.igeis in the air.
l o 111c leu was, niiiiaicuuv , a tiu u mist.
Tlie compass at this time t.ild the ibiection
ot the mist. It w.ls (inertly west, nnd the
comminder of the balloon suimlsed al
once Hint this was Hie Pacific Ocean. K01
Hie Hist two minutes Mic diitted nipiilly lo
vviiiil this mist. Tlie icpoiter's hand was
ou the valve rope, icaoy lo pun it anv mo
ment Hut suddenly, lis ihe balloon rose,
the wind of the upper ulr ( lunged, and the
all-ship was driven inpidly toward the
east, uvcr the busy city, in vvliuli thou
sands weie gazing upon Hie puny-lo KIu
monster, the balloon i-wopl .iu i r.UH imu
bay seemed to be approaching thu airship.
tUcatruz was lust beneath the nasuct, 11110
the couise was still eastward. The coin
mandcr begin to II itter himself that he h id
found "the cistern cm rent, and ii.didgcn
In visional hopes of iiuchlng New Yolk
by tlie next morning. Up. up, went the
balloon, and eastward, eastwaid was Hie
couise. The bay now gl.s encd in Iho de
clining sun, iinil loiikiiigoovvn thu lepurlei
saw that he was nb'iie Ihe middle ot it.
TluiM minutes moie with a f,i or.ible vvinn
would have ciuriid liim beymd the broad
expanse of waters over to Hie 111 1st innge.
Once aiming the foot-hills tlie dcsienl
would have been e is ly and s ilily 111 com
plishcd. Again the ci iniii nuiei i.nd bU
companinn llatlercd Hie nx-lvesth it nil was
wen, nun as n sort 01 umrr nuiapTy s.icu-
llrc Ihe comp inion drank a b .tile ot m l
six of which I1.1 1 lueti filing ied by .Mi.
Stevens, the puiprietor f Hie if.irden. ii
was now twenty-live minutes pist 1. 111
oclocu 111st live iiilnutes ulicr lliegninn
a-cei)sion. The Inn meter sliowe I tlnil in
voyagers weie 111s, oe nile.milah.il
above sea level. The lir-ciirieut siill went
steadily lo lh"e.i-t, and the great 'lie ly of
nn ciistein cuirent seemed nboiit lobe es
tablished. The air-Mnp, icli'.ise 1 fi'.un the
fctteis ot eaitb.se med to o,ir al.dt w
joy und gladness. 1 p, it 1 it went, nnu
at nnil-pa-i lour tne n.iion eter nmrw.. ,111
attitude of two mile.-., ijlill g,iinge.i"!vvH
acioss the b iv, the basket of Hie bdln 11
was sninnlng roiliul like 11 top, and ll wa
rt (lilllcuit matter lo deteimine which wey
the balloon was le.illv going. The com
pass nppeiied to point In all (llieclbms.
Still it was possible to make nn esllmateby
the ani .maiks, nun up 10 this time the
air-ship had undoubtedly gone e.ist. Within
two minuieii, nowever, tne naiioon peg-in
to verge tow ards Hie we.stw aid. The 'ini.-t '
In tho distance became inoie nppnient. At
lids time the nit ship must have been trav
eling at a gi eat spied. Tlie mist tlie com.
inunder took to be Hie km, ami lieatonie
attempted 11 descent. They vvciu hovefiug
just over the Golden Gate. It wus evident
to Iho Chronicle man Unit Iho only course
left was to ascend. Accordingly ballast
was thrown out, and the air-ship once
moie rose among the clouds. Up for
thiee miles tho billoon ascended. Tuen a
cuirent of wind, blowing diiectly towards
the northwest, shuck It. Suddenly nnd
without nny warning tho car began 'to de
scetid. It was nt lids time about tin ee
miles high, nnd It came down wltli u ra
pidity which would have been startling to
any one but nn experienced balloonist, line
after bag of sand was east into the sea, but
still tho balloon was sinking. Next went
tho lunch which had been piepaiod for the
binding. Oyeicnuts follow ed, nnd with a
sigh and almost n tear, the soda water was
sacrificed. Still tho nir-slilp came rapidly
down, and the anchor, as a last result, was
cist Into thn yawning sea. A dash, 11
splurge, and tho basket touched vv liter, Tlie
balloon enrccned over, nnd saved Hie lives
of its Inmates bv keening the basket allo.it.
Through the raging waves of the ocean the
basket ploughed its wny, dragged along by
the huge globe ot gas. L'lough was on the
top clinging the ropes. The ChronkU man,
unfortunately, was at tho bottom of the
basket, nnd us It rolled arouud, ivaitng Its
way tin o igh the waves, he wan battered
nnd beaten, and curried Uneatli the wa
ters emerging lu the condltliu of a ducked
duck. Said tils ceiupantou 1"
"Cllliir, mi, old boy i tlieie's a boat c un
Int.' to us."
Two sturdy men bent tli-ir mucles to
tho lit most, and mhiii tho boat was along
side 1 1 10 dismantled balloon. "Giali tin:
b.Tit." (Tied one of Hie men Climgli
ltialiiicd mill vvn. soon on Imard the boat.
I'he GhronifAe man tried to grab, loo, but
he was lurlbiT off un I the bunt veered oil
Relieved of the weiijlit of one man I lit l d
loon nt uncn arose, n.tiiyliijf Iho Ghronirh
man with It. t'p. up. the I11II0011 vvc,i,
liglitened nnd buoyant. The ii'poiTiT saw
that it ;s if iln.; out to fel. HNotily liojiC
was lo pu'l Hie valve rope, bring It ilimn
it? tin and trust to the but. "liihi her
d iwn," hhoiileil one of Ihu boatmen ; "111
f How you.' S'icc line down vvl li it w n
geiiU'C, und wllh it catiiu II e lepor er.
once nur tin be was immeited In tho wa.eia
of Ihu P.ifille.
"Get out of the InsUel." t.iiu:e 1 the
bDittneii j "Jel 011 the otit'ldc we'll li 1.0
Volt nil rlijiit ve'." Tlie li'.uiliT n ed t,
obey insin.c 101.8, know , full veM Hut
all liopu ot sivinii Ihe li llnon was ir.u.i'.
He was so I'Xluus.ed, however 'hit it vv s
ut'cily linpiisili!e for hint lot''. 1 -i c u 1
M'lf from the liitricale nie-hes of llieliis
A piir of hmds irri'p' l tier") ri.s
be id, another p tit- lo.m lib r 1 1 11 11 m 1
still inotbcr b.s left aim. lie ss I 1 'v
dr.yiclfri.n the ball ion. Tin- m n. '1
his wuiibl vv is Mken l'l Lie li-.. 111 1
fpruif .il ift, Mm ..inj ivvv 11 1 il t p.
pealed 11 ineie du In t ic i--! lire
General Wall ic began 1 ie p 1 .
in LSI'J. It took him over tu . y
llni-li wh'it a ei ilie e mid in li . ' n nr. -
"Milium. 1." .aid a I it l- ui I 1 .
d iv ' wh it HI I e ill nn kei! ' 1 1
l-'lo'ii, 111 v dear." Oh, n 1, 1 ni.i 1, 1 -boy
km y "
When n woman 1 nt-. t' mar .1 i 1
soak over laht in ' , 1 - -
arc eiglP melie. hin'i. and . w Hi
on a stairw iy, wlu- n 1 .ie.
mi-ion and si ould un' I m
Agassi, s tys li.' i- -m ip'
and has bemfor Hie 1 i-t lit'
We ut-peet that fir a p irti"
be means lo b- utuf . I
ljeii niii'.teriii'j Hit viri.u- 1
Nineteen ut ev i rv t .1
write a fatnilv t tier, it! 1 c ,
- nt !'
- n u
it h I
illjuhetion to "write i.mim - :i-.
can,'' lilt back .111 I div-.nlv '.r!,n
"Thank lleav en, that y li diun 1) 1
"Doctor," -aid a tbiek-ln 1
1 y out 1 t
lih is t',e
Aga-iz, "you once said tl.'it
pi oner f 101I for men to eat wli
wave In a.
work to perform. How much
ought I to
eat to tone me up properly:"
'About tw 1
whalcv was the reply.
A high school girl, jut graduated, said
in her essay "Let us avoid tho frivoliti' ,
of life, and ptirsuo tho noble-t ends only "
And next she was moved to tear in an ag
onized attempt to decide the proper shadi
of blue for her comploN'on.
At the recent banquet of tho army of the
Cumberland, one ot the speakers' quoted
tlie words of Gen. Sherman at one of the
severest battles of the Southwest "He
firm, boys, you will oon have support."
Iniugine his feelings when the paper, gave
it next d iy, "15 linn, boys, you will soon
Lave .upper "
The .nperintenili nt of one of our Sun
day schools nl a concert one evening was
telling the children how wonderful it was
that Josiali began to reign as kinu wlun
onlv eight years old. "We know a youth
only eight months old," said a young cou
ple In tlie audienei, "who has already be
gun to reign "
'India my liny," said an Iii-b nffieer to
n friend 011 his an ival in Cdcutta, "i- Hi
finest climate under the -11111 but a lot of
young fellows come out here, and they
drink and they eat, and they drink and t.e
ibe, and itter that Ibey w rite home to llieir
parents a pack of lies, and say it is tlie e 1
niale Hint ha. 1; lb d hem."
The New Yuik J.cdter t us p.iternilly
consoles an ansinu-, bridesmaid : ''Weill 11k
your dress will look very well, llnd, - .ind
bridesmaid a'ways look well. At i a-t
the 111 irri.ige guest, tell tbeiu so. There is
no Mich thing 11. too long a tr.nn f it
docs not reach round the win Id mine than
once. If you cannot lie your Mh. prob
ably o"" of the srnum.men will tie it for
you It will not bj so still' after it has
been tied once We are not exact j in the
millinery and dros.-'iuiking line, but never
theless wo fee! under oldgition to 1 11 1 a
helping band on occasion of a wedding.
Ciceuo on Old Aoe. Nolhlng ran be
in ie void of IouikI ilion Hi 111 to ilmt, Hi t
old litre uece.-sarily di-ipi ibtics a 111,111 fiom
cng.i.'ing in the gie.it alfaiis of the wnild.
A well might ll' be alllrmed lli.il Ibe p.l.d
is totally ii'.eliss and lining, god 111 He
bii.Ine.-s'of Hie ship. I ecinise vvlii c ihe list
.if ihe crew ale m. ie nrtively cni'd vc !,
then respective i.cpanment!. I e is ipdi .ly
it the helm and d.iec s i s mo i n.- li ..
iliegle.it Hienes ii bils'.ne-s an ill i.i n
i-.tniiot perform a uil vvh.i'h inpii.e. lb.
foice nnd ciergy of vi'-'cinii'' vi". i.c 1
let, liowevcr, 111 a n il lei a..1 ill m1 1.1
poltiuit chiirae.er. li ly ee. m s
d' I'Di'liuril length .nnl .a .v lu it l' e
lloiiie.iloii'. ilfi.i-.l -,.re 0' 1 11 .
i i by ci'ol 1 elila in i P. I ; pi n 1.
sl'l, .iiel by Hut .ill 111 I. .1 . I- I..I 1 e
V llil'll I'll.. .'' l"l .'HI II 1.. I ' 11 . ! . 1
ll 11 ioi. v hi, ii , ie is i!v - 1 I 1 '
and 111 pr veil I v ini 1 1 a 1 I ' i
id Ii .s. ll alul I. - f t -I
noi tlie pt'"iil ill' .tiii -wj-e
am es.nis wiail.l ii . - .1 ,11.
tiuguished Hie mi, 11 ine 1 ii. , ii 1 1 - 1
iiy the lipped iti 11 t.l im .st -i e
eedicnioniaus. L 1 the-uuen - ,
tlie llisl migi'r He.- 'ii 1I111M' 1 in . wi 1!
tlie lllle ot Eli.ei- ; 1111 I ill I . Mi y
.ihvas ill 'sei, mil ui ih 1 1 1 1
OlHllVACY AMI l' .V .
produces a uvicb in - I b
Altli the snmlie-t mitteis
- w i h
thegieiitcst impoi tunic A 1
s innte dispnsiilun ti i- - a.
ll ivlng bis own c i 11 il 1
allairs, 11s in tin we o! 1 ' e
olienco to all eonceiued I
vv i-e nnd noble 0 tue. vb 1 v . 11-1 It
when Iheoei.ini 11 1 ... -. 1 ' mint in
demand it ; but obsiin 1 v in.ihi - 1 o dnlu
oicnee in the thing- tie i.'-r.' - mil tin -e
who me nffcclcd willi tli -. 111n1ilvw.ll.
for ulinosi iiothii'j '.i. il" t lb" '"" -1
palnlul and ,1 niiu'i. v h 1 - 1 "
fiiendsliip, the happ.ni 11 li"l - of
families, they will d - t ' -i 1. .
rather thnn fonc t. m-' 1 ' r. ' I
submit , let il be a- v.m p 1 1 1 e m it
ter nt issue is souieliims - ill vial, ll ,',
I oking upon it 011 all sine- we m nn ' l
to find a iwniii for tho M'o ! . . . t n - w Ii
width the kind "1 people ot 'i an we ire
speaking mllieie lo their side ol die .id jet t
in dl-jiute ; and we me fori ed buoiu In. ' u
there is 110 other reason, than n blind and
and insuperable icluclancu lo follow an)
will but their own. They aie i-l ivcs to
whatever their own minds happen to sug
gest ns piopcr to be done. It ch.uins them
lir.e u serpent, and liny nu utteily iin
potent to uvlst the malignant spell it
thiows upon them. And it i the direct
fruit of this weak and abject bondage
under which lliey lie to their own wishes,
that they attempt mi intolerable tyranny
over tho' minds I all others who come in
contact with them. They scan to Hunk
that to have their own will on all occasions
Is happiness itself ; and that to fail in this
poiat Is to Miller one of tho gieatest evls
of which the present life admits. They
are Ignorant that Ibeie mo a thousand
things which rue swcelcr tliiin lo
U ivo one's vv ill j ami that kindly lo yield
to another's pleasuie Is a souue of iuliuite
ly puier s.itisruclluii, limn can iuuU ft.u
the fullest Biirress In hiving tblvigs accord,
lug to duo's iuIjmI. S. Utrrcn,