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The tlcspatch announcing tlio death of
John Cable Hccnnn nt Great llivcr, Utali,
lias slnco been confirmed by n, telegram to
Now York from Jatncsl Ciiiick, who for a
week past lias been nursing tlio great pugil
ist. Although Ileenan's health had been
very precarious for months past, his decease
was not expected hy his Inllmato associates
ltiNew York.Wlien the fit it dangerous sy nip
tons appeared about three months ago, l)rs.
C.irnochan and Wlllard l'arkcr were sum
inoncd, and after carefully sounding his
lungs, they gave the opinion that there was
no consldoraldo development of consumptive
tendency. They rather Inclined to believe
that his lung hemorrhages were the sequoia)
of an attack of pneumonia. Encouraged to
hope for a life which he himself had little
hope of prolonging, ho sought the dry, pure
air of Colorado. While he was en route for
Lower Calllornia, seeking a still drier cli
mate, n severe hemorrhage put an end to
John C. lleenan ua burn May 1, 1831,
n West Trov, N. V. Ills father emigrated
troin Ireland, ami during the latter years of
In-. ll(e was master mechanic at the Water
vilct Arsenal. John when only twelve years
old went to llenicii, California, where his
uuc lc lived. At fifteen years of ago he was
apprenticed to a blacksmith. Handling the
sii'ilgc hammer, developed hlin to such phy
sical perfection that at Iwenty-ono ho was
regarded as the "best" man on the Pacific
i i.m. Iliii muscle hitherto hail only been
tried iii casual encounters, but no one that
ver got one of Ids tremendous left-hand
blow s coveted a repetition if it could bo
A (It VN1.
Ho stood .six fect one in his flocking, and
with admirably proportioned shoulders, hips,
and limbs, he was a very Hercules, lie
wiis not quarrelsome, but on the contrary
was di-tinguished rather for his good natured
jollity, which was changed into anger often-
er on account of his friends than in broils of
hi own socking. The veteran pugilist,
James Otisick, while making n protessloual
t mr of the r.icific Jcnast, saw the young
guilt, and ll.ittering him to hope for tlio first
lienors of the ring, persuaded him to come
V. it and go into training. He arrived in
:til city in lb."i7. At that time tlio lion.
John Morrissey had not become politically
ambition?, but was contented witli his re
nown as chief shoulder-hitter of the city.
I'ii. Benicia Hoy was the only nun who hail
t i temerity to dispute this supremacy mid
ell ris to match tliein for a ring light were
made at once. An encounter was arranged
to be linight in n barn in the suburbs, but
tin police interfered before a blow was
truel. Moriisacy's clicpio ehaigcd that
lleenan's friends had procured the police
interruption, and the taunt soon brought on
..iiotiier match fur $2,300 aside to be fought
1 1 Canada. While the men were training
4 p.utisandiip ran so high that the police were
k pt buy quelling the fights and small
in its that grew out of it. The mill was
fought Oct. 11, lSoS, at Lsng Point, Cana
.a. Heenau was so 111 that Ills backers this
time actually procured his arrest, but lie
broke away from his captors and reached
the appointed place for tlio fight. His in
ferior condition was seen in a large ulcer on
his leg which made it necessary to have his
shoe unlaced. After fourteen' rounds hard
lighting, ot which the first lnilf were wholly
in Ileenan's favor, his seconds acknowl
edged defeat. Many charges were made
against Morrissey's clique, such as owning
the referee aim allowing him too much time
between rounds and similar technicalities.
At all events the result was so unsatisfac
tory that Ileenan's backers strenuously en
match Tin: j:i;n
again, but no taunt or imprccaution could
induce Morrissey to put himself again with
in reach of that terrific left hand. While
those efibrts were pending, Hecnan, with
John Cliambcrlln and John McCoriiiatk,
opened a "chili house." It was also du
ring this period of inaction that the little
episode occurred connecting his name with
tl:at of Adah Isaacs Menken.
About the time of bis divorce from tlio
Menken lleenan had been matched to fight
Tom Saycrs for the "championship of the
world." Chris O'Connor and Neil Bryant
were his backers. No event of the prue
ring ever created greater general interest.
Newspapers vied witli each other in pub
lishing the details of its progress until it
achieved the dignity it claimed an "inter
national prize fight." Itjwas fought in May
18fi0, in Devonshire. lleenan foronceand
the only time appeared in the ring in good
physical condition. After forty-four rounds
had been tought, lasting two hours and a
half, in which Saycrs received twenty
knock-down blows, tlio mob broke into the
ring and stopped the fight. No amount of
international squabbling sufficed to alter the
referee's decision that the fight was a draw.
It resulted in such a reduction of Ileenan's
resources that for the next four years he
starred with circus troupes, illustrating the
manly art of self-defence. In tlio intervals
he opened several club houses witli disas
trous results. His final ring contest was
with Tom King, in December, 1801, for
810,000 a side. lleenan had trained with
great care, and tlio day before the contest
was in tlio best possible condition. That
day he sent his brother James, who super
intended his training, to London to arrange
some outside bets. It is believed that some
was given him in James Ileenan's absence.
At all events while on the waj to the bat
tle ground he was seized with violent vom
iting and when In the ring Ills redoubtable
left hand, although it frequently reached
King's face, scarcely made a mark. Ik
was beaten in a little more than half an
This digusted him witli prio fighting, a
distaste that was so Intensified in inter
years that ho could scarcely be persuaded
to talk of the prize ring. Even his inti
mate friends wero forbidden to mention It.
Ilo returned to this city and in tho ne.t
five years won and lost a many fortunes.
In 1800 ho married Miss Sarah Stevens, a
favorite actress in the city theatres. Her
influence was most happy in confirming Ids
Hurts to lead n more reputable llfo. It
could never bo said of him that ho did a
dishonorable act according to the code of
those with whom his lines wero laid. Still
many acts that were permissible according
ti their code ho refused to do. Several
lartneiships of profit were dissolved by
bun on this account Among his associates
he was very popular. Their verdict is, a
moro generous, honorable man, never lived.
Said Chris. O'Connors "lie wore Ids heart
outsiduliisoicrco.it. AVIiy, ho never was
any more than a twelve year old boy.
Anybody could impose on him by an an
peal to his feelings." ' 1
Said Harry Hills "He was a good 'mi
mid a good squaro fellow."
(Jv.mnasis im: inn Oui.-It has been
ni.rineil that gymnastic i.weiolM; Is cxclu
ivelv profitable to the young. It is not
o i It is of ndvnntase, of gica'. advantage,
likewise to tho old. Young persona need
ittlc exhortation to exorcise, since, by na
tine, motion Is their t hief desire ; but they
stand in need of advlco nnd moderation,
since, as they do everything moderately, m
they arc accustomed to take too much
exercise, nnd of an improper character, a
course of proceeding not without danger.
On tho contrary, with older men, the in
creasing weight of tho body nnd tho loss of
thi so-called "animal spirits," induces tho
doMio of icpose, nnd they need an increase
of exercise lioyond tiiat which Inclination
enjoins on ihcni. Thus they mo brought
within the province of tho gymnastic rode.
It has been said that nature Is nn nll-sulll.
cleutguido In this respect. This Is trueof our
I'l'M'tr rallonnl nature, hut not of mere In
dividual Inclinatlon.to which Iho npothegin
a moro frequently nnplled Children who
by reason of tho tenderness of their ngo.ure
ncapablo of reason, live Inderal according
to nature, but rather to that of brutes than
of men. 'I his clement of superiority which
wo possess oyer tho rest of the inanlmato
creation tell,, or was Intended to tell, men
to It, that exercise la necessary to their In
creased ago, since tho natural' heat of tho
body then becomes weaker, and it a less
ublo onurgo itself of those super lultles
which, l;y gathering and resting1 thcre hi
ou.se, at first, considerable Inconvenience',
Churl cv stiiimtvV Uosslp,
I met a famous woman many years ngo,
on n steamer, said Charles Humncr to a
newspaper correspondent. Wo were going
from Marseilles to Genoa. Among the
passengers this woman In particular at'
traded my attention becauso she held by
the hand n very beautiful child. 1 have
never observed such hair on a child's head.
It wni the real gold In color, and fell
to his knees, not In curls, but in waves.
Tho lady wore the Spanish costume.
I now recall her Spanish man
tilla. Sha was short, wo might call her
thick set, not handsome, yet holding her
child by tho hand, I had a curiosity to find
out her name. She was accompanied by
n lull, slender gentleman. They kept
aloof fiom thu other passcngcis, and
sccinrd to find society enough In each
other. Upon Inquiry I found her to be the
celebrated George Sand. At that lltnc she
was tho topic ol conversation everywhere.
Sho mado a very distinct Inipicsslon on my
mind. She was conipaiittlvely n young
1 met Mr. Disraeli and his wife at Mu
nich, when they wcio on their wedding
lour. At the principal hotel we met at tho
breakfast tabic. Mr. Disraeli hat by the
side of his neivly-iniide wife. lie might
have been, or nt least looked, about thirty
years old. His Intensely black hair was
smoothed to perfection. At that time ho
had become famous as nn author. Evcry
thing seemed noticeable about him.
Mm. Disraeli appeared like u kind
hcaitcd, middle-aged English woman, mid
Disraeli seemed "the one to carry tho
idea thai ho had drawn the prize. Time
has shown how devoted they were to each
other. In Iho last few months wo hear of
Ids walking liy her side and suppoiting her
tenderly. She must have been nearly, If
not quite, 80. In my opinion, Disraeli is
one of the most lemaiknblu men of this
age, w hen wo remember the obstacles ho
had to overcome to icach the position ho
occupies In Kngland. The prejudice which
exists thciu against his Jewish faith alone
Isciiough to chill the most ambitious.
In beauty confined to one period of our
oxl-toncc 'i Infancy and chlldnood nie
only promises ; the summer is something
moic; but give me the golden reality (if
October, or the bracing chill of a Decern
her landscape, if the intellectual powers
aie not on the wane. I have known beauty
to go witli years, but this, I fear, is the ex
ception, not the rule. One of the hand
soinest women I ever knew was the mother
of Lord Brougham. At the time I met her
shc'niUBt have been over 80'yeuis of age, 1
was then quite ii boy, and abroad for the
I'u si time, and met witli the kindness to be
invited to tho castle ol this nobleman.
The manners nnd tlguio of Mrs.
Brougham betrayed none of the dc
cicpitude of her age. 1 shall never
forget her cxticme kindness and cf
foits to entcitain n young American. I ie
member that, amongst other things, she
biought tho bag which her son vvoic at tho
time ho was lord high chancellor. The
bag Is worn around the neck of this exalted
officer of the British government. It is nn
elaborate affair, made of silk, gold lace and
embroidery. When the lord chancellor
goes into the official presence of his sover
eign, this lug rests on Ids breast, and It
contains the petitions which the loyal sub
jects desiio to be laid bcfoie the throne.
Every now chancellor must have a now
lug, and these are always ictaincd as the
precious licir-looms of "the family. The
great seal ol Kngland is always kept in the
bottom of the bag.
(Clothing & tirnisUinfl ffioortis.
J"KW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
HATES' HOUSE COKNEK STOKE,
For l'alt ami Winter near,
MENS' HOYS' and CHILDREN'S' SUITS,
All stjles and prices,
lll.vr, BLACK BROWN
SILVER AND CASTOR
All slies and slj lej.
11 A T S A X I) C A P S
Ot every description.
GENTS' KUKNISHINO GOODS,
LAWKS' AND GENTS' TRAVELING MAGS.
:i?"S.ivo money by buying goods at the
Hales' House Corner store, 41 Meicliants' Itow,
corner Center stieet.
tliw .VASON k JKRKOWSKI.
0 L O T II I N G
GENTS' FUKNIS1IING GOODS.
O V K It 0 () A T S ,
All grades fur Mens' nud Boys' wear.
Fine Blue and Olive
II K A V E It SUITS.
DIAUONAI, SUITS ALL STYLES.
FANCY OAbSIMKiti: SUITS
floods shown Willi pleasure and told at prices
tluil defy eompetltlou.
A. O. CUNNINGHAM,
No. 5 Ckntkk St., Opposllotun DepoL
gHKKl von SALE.
A Hock or S0 puie Spanish Sheep, of the "Don
retlro"uiid "Iinproed 1'uulur" breeds, belonir.
Iiiif lo Iho estate ot tholuto Joseph Sheldon of
lulruuM-n. AlsoDOIluo lambs, la yeurlluirs, In
lino condition for shlppluif ; loo nno bruedine
ewes and 8 stock bucks. Will bo sold altogether
or In loin to suit customers. For further partic
ulars, call upon, or address
S. YV. 1IAII.KY. AOM'tt.
S A I. K !
Th MltiUJr1iinr Imu
prising a complete oulllt for manufacturing
thu original cost. Also, ono heavy Truck Wa
flTr'nesws0 I! "llo"0lu"' Double Work
GKO. W. CHAPLIN, Jn
,,,, , Merchant' How,
ltutland. May v. mysodtf.
O K SALE.
Jty house on the corner of Main nnd Washing,
ton street with or without tho two housosad-
o(Also a deslrsble garden lot on tho south end
containing nbout fifty choice fruit trcots.
MHS. K. W, HUNTOON,
Enqulro of C. I', Huntoon, at
,,. LANDON IIUNTOON'H,
-TO USE AND LOT 011 HALE.
Situated on tlio corner of Pino and fourth
streets, Kalrhavon. vt., formerly owned by c,
L. llabcock, for terms, So., apply to
1USUDKN T. ELLL9.
rairimeo, vt. oct ai stratr
g A II D W E T, I, II 0 U S E .
.. H'. OUAMTOX, 1'roprUlor.
Hie UAHDWKI.L IIOUSU Is located opposite
the Depot, and has lonif been favorably known
to tho travellnj public. It has beeniocentlv
Unproved, now atTordlnff the best and most
o tuple accommodation to guests.
, The TAIil.K will be supplied with all the
luxuries of the Season, and etery attention will
be paid to tho comroit of Its patrons.
In the future, as In thepast,th! Proprietor In
tends to make It allrst-class House nlToiilIng
all tlio comforts or a home to the I reveler, Tho
public patronntrn Isxollclleil.
A 100D LIVKIiV In connection with the
Attcnltte POItTHHS will bo found at the De
polou tho mrlviil of all trains,
JAICE DUNMOKE HOUSE,
E. P. HITCHCOC'IC, Pnociuumi:.
.1. roiiTUit. Maniokc.
This well known uinl popular Hotel, situated
onthoshoies ot Ijike Duiitnore. has been re
cently put In thorough lepalr. Several now
Cottages haM) been built and newly liirnWietl,
nntl will be opened .Iiino 1st, fur the i crept Ion or
boarders and tourists. imij2J(lif
,T h O 1! 1 D A
l'ltnn Noiemlier to Mu, Florida Is tho favor
tto resort for norlhi'rn people, but Its limited
hotel rapacity proems many from making It
their winter home, who would otherwise do so.
It Is proposed lo build n largo hotel at homo
point In the slate to meet thu icipilrrmonts ot
those who desire stipeilnr accommodations.
.M v experience at theM. .lames Hotel, Jackson
ville, Inst w Intel', enables mo lo speak confi
dently as to tho success of this enterprise.
For Information an to plans, .tc, address
F. II. OlIVIS
Fqulnoi House, Manchester. Vt.
. .1 i) I k s .1 .v i) a i: x r l v. n ;: s
.1. W. riSHEll,
((uliin's Illoek,) Oi-rosm: no: iiki-ot,
lWarm Meals nt nil hours. Polite and
attentlte waiters In attendance.
Fresh Oysters recelusl dally, nnd sold by the
gallon, quart or pint.
y K E K S & B A It It E K
AT NO. 1, Ol'l.ltA IIOUSU HLOCK,
Keep a full assortment of tho following
HOUSE FUKNISIIING GOODS
FKKNCIl CHINA WAIlt:,
TAiii-i: (jlass WAiti:,
MI.VKK PLTKD WAItU,
i'aintkii toillt sins,
TAISKI.S AND COItDS,
LAMPS AND LANTKUS
Wholesale aud ltctatt,
LAMP CIIIMNLYS and llUIINKItS,
Wholesale and Ketall.
MATTltASSLS and I.oUNr.KS, and
mayldtt DoNi: TO OUIlKlt.
JPAK.M FOK SALE.
...HUUJIiiulh,uih:i tui Miuiiinr Hum, sit
uated about two miles from tho Mllauu or Del
lows Falls, on tho Chester road, well known
as I he
JOHN CLAltlv FAUM,
Contalulng about threo hundred and tlfly steris
otland; two dwelling houses, tin eo bains anil
two tenant houses, near thu railroad track.
Iho tenant Iioushs uro new. Tho largo Turin
house has been thoroughly lcpalred and paint
ed, with now nlaa In front anil end, new inmt
fence, all In the most substantial awl tasteful
manner, making it u desirable resilience.
Nearly three-fourths of u mlloot new water nine
from a neier-fulUng rountaln supplies all the
OVKIt TWO THOUSAND DOLLAKS
has been fxnenilcd within tho past two jcars
on buildings and fences, besides tho tenant
houses. Tho land Is adapted lo tho raising ol
all kinds of crops. .Some tlfly acres niowell
adapted for tobacco. The land Is now under a
goodstnto ot cultivation, by liaMng been fed
out a largo amount uf hay and grain tho past
two jears, which has been bi ought on tho
placu, besides that which tho farm has pro
duced. Tho eastern lino Is tho Connecticut
rUer and tho farm lajlng westerly, divided Into
pasture and tillage land, with a Hiilllclent sup
ply of wood for tho premises, situated so near
the Ullage of llellows Fitlls-a vlllago growing
moro rapidly than any place wllhlu Iho state,
and with Its unlimited water power, which Is
fast being Improved, must eontlnuo u liicreaso
In a still larger proportion In thu future makes
It thu most desirable rami In theso pjrls. Pus.
session given Immediately, except tho mill
yard, and that In one )ear. Iiiuiilru of thu sub
scrlbcrs on tho premises; or Joseph Wilson,
firm of J. Wilson c Co., near tho tteiiot j or Wil
der & Hopkins, at West Itupert, VI.
WILDKIt i HOPKINS,
llellows Falls, May I, J873. myl-dtf
PASTUKE LAND IN 1'ITTSFOKD
For salo or rent. Ono hundred and tw enty
Ilvo acres of lino 1'ASTUltK laml located ono and
one-halt miles from lMltafoi d Village. Address
or call on K. V. Hitchcock, under National
Dank of ltutlaud. ltutland. Vt. Maj Hf
't't... Ultt ILfl I. .1.1 ntft.u ........
"lETEKINAKY. Dr. F. C. Wilkinson's
t Oreat hutfllsh Cough Powders, fur Horses
"PlX A sure curu for Coughs, Colds, swelling
of tho "lands Hpro Throat, F.pldemle, Calurrh,
Horso All, and all discuses o( tho Throat anil
These powders aro safo at all limes, being
free from poisonous Drugs. Prepared by F. c.
WILKINSON, Veterinary Hurgeon, Clareinont,
JJ. II. For salo by c, V, wiNtf, agent ror Hull
land and vicinity. octswdiw
CELEItY PLANTS From Peter Ilcnder
?,?,?r. ?ra.,'ra; cabbago plants for lato crop by
tho hundred or thousand; also, (ireen Teas
ffh?.l .a.b.,ut July ,st- Flowl;r among
or iSf,i",i 1B,C,, lerBlea AmarantLas Salslfollus
m,:.1untaln.! lant constantly on hand, liou
quets, wreaths c., inado to order.
mM 8. CLKMONS,
DAILY GLOBE, THURSDAY
$tov($ mu Sin Wnw.
J)UNN & CRAMTON,
Manufactuiers of all kinds o(
and dealers In
I'LANISIIKI), HltlTANNIA. JAPAN. GLASS
AND WOODEN WAItK'J
of every description,
IlltOOMS, lllttrsllLS AND IIASKETS.
and a general assortment of
HOUSE FUKNISIIINQ GOODS.
upocl.ll facilities for Jobbing nil Muds of
W OOliLN WAlti:,
TIN AND (1LASS WAP.li.
Sf'All kinds of dihteii taken In exchango for
NO. II MHItCIIANTS' liOW.
Itllllalld, Vt May 1, 1373.
P. Jt O V A L
S. ti. staley, of the lato tlrm of Staley x Up
plucott, has removed his business from No. 31
Center St., to No. 19 Merchants' Itow, where he
has formed a copartnership with Messrs. Dunn
tc cramlon, under the tlrm namo of s. (1. Staley
A Co. Ilo w ill be pleased to see all of his old
customeis, uinl us many new ones as will favor
htm wllh a call
g G. STAhin X- (JO.
No. til, Mruciusrs' How,
STOVES AND HOT Allt FU11NAOES.
Tho stewait and New American Cooking
.-in,,--, iui i,uiii muuii aim eoai, eunstanl ou
hand. Maniiracturersof and dealers In
COPI'KIt. TIN AND SHP.r.T IIION WAlti:.
P I. U M 11 I N (.
In all Its branches luth Tubs, Water Closets
(UsandWalei l'lplug. and Fittings of
TIN ltfJOFINO AND JHI1I1INO
Of all kinds piotnptly attended to. Nono bit
:,Kiiniu una leuatiie win Kiiien employed.
MA. UOIlli WMUIASTKD'
KBMEHIIKll, 11 DOOKS NOhTH 01- TIIKOPKHA I10CSK
V E S .
CLI.KllKATKD PA KM Kits' AND MKCIIANICS'
C O O K S T O V E S ,
with i:i.i;vi:.'i i:d oviins,
am now being nude at tho
I' I T T S F O li D V V It N ACL.
ANo fojrsles ol
y. it r k n u o x ,s- t o v u ,s .
Thesu SIom-s, being made or tho Plttsfoid
Charcoal Iron, will out last any olhersioes
made, and will be sold as low as stoies mad"
of hard coal Iron. Apply to.
. Pnrsioiiu, Vt.
-Sootis ami hocs.
JEW UNE OF FALL GOOLVs"
LADIKs' AND OKNTS'
FINE BOOTS AND SHOES.
CALL AND SICK TIIKM.
O. W. CUItltlKIi,
NO. ti. MhllCIUNTS' ItOW, HUTLINO.
ATENS' KIP BOOTS. Whole Stock
-IT I. Hand made, $3.w), at No. o Merchants'
1 tm- O. W. CUltltlKK.
TENS' ItUllBEIt BOOTS, Bought be-
..,.s iiiu IHlUliar, JO.UUjUV
O. W. CUItlilKIfS,
No, B MerchauUj' Itow.
1?VI:KYB0DY Should vWt tlio Boot
-Li and shoe Kniporlum of
O. W. CUItlilKIt,
No. 6. Merchants' Itow, ltutlaud.
JOOTS AND SHOES.
W. F.. ItOSS
Has now In More a full stock of
BOOTS, SHOES AND KUBBEKS,
which ho is selling at extremely low prices.
I havo Justiecelved tho agency for Mun9on's
unexcelled New Y'ork shoes, and shall endeaor
at ull times to have a full Hue of all widths anil
w. i:. itoss,
No. n, Merchants' How, ltutland, Vt,
Oct SO illy
WOBD TO THE WISE, ETC.
Mn. l.imoa. A stranger camo to ltutland a
fewilajs since with a largo memorandum of
mods wanted In tho IIousu Furnishing line,
He called nt our store, mado a few purchases
and then visited soveral other stores. Shortly
after be called again aud said "wherever I ha a
been lo Inquire for (loods tho answer was they
aro kept by '
WEEK'S & BAKBEK,
bo I lmvo returned to buy w hat I w ant. Wo
w ould advlso all who aro looking for
HOUSE FUHNIHIIINO 0001)8,
nnd would savo time and shoe leather, to finish
their memorandum before leaUngthobtoroor
OCtlldtf WEKKS HAItllKIt.
rUIE FALL TEKSI OF THE 11UK
X -INOTON, VT HCIIOOb
for young ladles, will open on
WEDNESDAY, BKITKMHKU 10th.
A limited number of boarders taken Into the
Principal's family for the year.
I'or terms apply to tho Principal.
Itelcronces President Angell, Ann Arbor,
Mlch.i Prof. M. Petty, Burlington, Vt. ; ltev. J.
II. Worcester, D. I)., Uurllugtou, Vt.; Chief
Justice rierpoint, Vlrgounes, vt, ; Hon, IL A.
Burt, Swunton, Vt.
JEVI . KINGST.EY,
BUILDERS' AND CAUINCT
Weymouth Fine Finishing end Empire: fit
Nails, Iron, steel, chains, tc.
Steel, Iron, Picks, Ames' Shovels, BlsiUng Pow
tier (government proof), Fuse, Large
.Drill Files, Steel striking Hani.
mers. Handles, sc.
MANILLA HOPE AND C0HDAOE.
SAW-MILL, CIRCULAR AND WOOD HAWS,
AND BOYNTON'S LIOIITNLVfl
P A 1 N T S ,
Oils, Varnishes, Olue, Sand Paper, liruihej, ie,
OLASS AND PUTTY.
A splendldl lne of Tabli and Pocket Cutlery.
Sheain and scissors.
F U K N I T U 1! E .
Pallor Furniture, Center Tables, .Mirrors, Ex
tension Tables, Bodstcads, Mattrasses,
Spring Beds, Bureaus and Chairs.
Manufacturer of black Walnut, Chestnut and
Painted Chamber Sets.
C A K P E T S .
Velvet, Brussels, Tapestry, Threo Ply and In
grain Carpets. Oil Cloths, Ac, fie.
C01TINS AND CASKETS,
AND METALLIC BURIAL CASES.
At L. O. KINOSLEY'S.
Rutland. Juno 17.1S73
A N DON & IIUNTOO N,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
IKON, STEEL-, NAILS, i,,., Ac, Ao.
gcr.eial Assortment of
II E L T I N u, UCINII, c
TIMOTHY, CLOVEK, AND ALL
NOVA SCOTIA PLASTEK,
LODI MANUFACTURING CO.'S POUDRETTE
A 1'DLL LINK OK
0 II E A P FOll OAS II
BARKETT'3 OLD STOKE
goolist', stationery, fit.
OOKS, STATIONEKY &0.
SPAULDING & CO.
Davs a large stock of Books consisting ot
Of different sizes and styles,
Pocket Bibles and Testaments, large nnd small.
Prayer Books, Hymn Books, Devotional
Books, and ail the popular books
ot U19 day receded as soon
JUVENILE BOOKS AND TOY BOOKS,
Games, Backijatnmon Boards, Chess and Checker
FRENCH ENOLISH nnd
.of tho latest stj les, plain and tinted.
LNTTIit. STAMri.S'0 DONE TO OnDf.R.
Inks In Ulack, Violet, Bluo and Carmine.
B,!i lvrr,b?' J5ra. '"fnOLs, Slates, Pocket Rooks
and w allots, Ladles' Porto-monualcs, Brack
ets, Hall 1'ockew, Towel Hacks, Sllptier
Cases, Blacking Coses, Ea.sle'.s Boot
Slides and Shelves, Jewel Stands
and Hoxe, in caned Wood,
Match Safes, Writing
Disks and Work
Materials for WaxFlowcrs,(l!is.i Shades. Vaics.
Parian staluary, Ilronzo Oioupi
and Mw.stcreoseopcs and viijwH,PhotoKranhs
Lithographs, steel Engraving-,
In Volvct, Holly Wood, tc. All kinds ot Plcturo
t ramlng dono to order and In tho best stile.
NEWS D r. P 0 T .
Dally anil Weekly Papers supplied.
Wo tinlto all wtshlnj goods In our lino to call
and examine our stock beforo pun hosing.
SPAULDING , CO.,
No. 1. Maitciuiirs' How, RITLND, VT.
JUKNIIAM ,t TEMPLE'S
I N S U It A N c E A 0 E N C Y ,
ATNA IN3UKANCE COMPANY,
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
Assets, f i.wm.ouo.eu
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE CO ,
IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
HOYAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
PHENIX INSURANCE CO., N. Y,
FKANKL1N INSURANCE COMPANY,
INSURANCE CO. r,r NO. AMERICA,
SPRINOFIKI.l) INsURANf.K CO.,
Pl.'tENIX INS. CO.. HARTFORD,
NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
PENNSYLVANIA INSURANCE CO.
The abovo strong list of Companies repre
stilted by '
BUKN1IAJI & TE.MPLE.
Opera House, RUTLAND, VERMONT.
rjl II E V E K 31 O N T L I F V.
1 N S U K A N C E CO .M P A N Y,
OF BURLINUTON, VERMONT.
omen, puck nvtLDisa, collkok .sr.,
Incorporated October 2sth, lS6j.
Assets January 1st, 1873, - rjlSO.SOS.ys.
eaWiln ?.'aUb!i.'!.0es.CapltaI' 41 51 ,n aSt3 '
I ales with any rellablo compan.y, or lower.
ENDOWMENTS AT LIFE HATES A SPE
Five important prlvllrgvs hecund In this
form of policy.
1st. Tho term may bo reiluccrt at nnv ttmo by
larger payments. J
M. Non-rorfoltlngon tho paid-up policy plan.
id. Non-forfcltlng on tho "temporary in
".r.RJlciC ,,la" 'rho 'ull itmnuntor the policy.
4th. Tin accrued value ot Iho policy may bu
recoucd at any tlmo alter mo pijinenis lijiti
tlh. Tie deferrod accutnulatlons will bo tllvl
tarltj0t!f Sn" tvlnff I'lW boltleis at ma-
ALL TOLICIES ARE NON. FORFEITING UPON
Every policy holder Mil havo tho benefits of
his own lnestmcnu secured to him.
i..sJ',n,(lf.!;mrculttPor ratca nn" Mars, or call
in at tho onico and oxamluo for yourselves.
PATKONIZE HOME INSTITUTIONS !
,,,,... ,,."'iss':I' s.- TArr, President.
WARREN GIEBS, Secretary,
P1KENIX 3IUTUAL LIFE INS. CO.,
H A Ii V 1' O It I) , CO N N KCTIOUT,
144 Iiroadway, Albany, N. Y,
U A U T ION.
All persons uro hereby cautioned against
pajlng any money to, or doing any business
whatever with, c. L. Uabcock, ot Rutland, vt
on account ot tho Phconlx Mutual Llfolnsiir'
anco companj-, of Hartford, conn., as tho said
Uabcock Is no longer In thu empl y or said com
pany, and Is largely Indebted to tills onice tor
premiums collected. All parties will bo duly
uotllted to whom to make their pajinents.
0C17dwAW4w M. V. B. HULL, .Manager.
O T I C E
Tho ronartnerchln iinrntr,f,.p.. n.t.nnn 1...
tween L. 11. Cook 4; L. o. Norton under tho
namo of Cook i Co., is this day dissolved bv
mutual consent. '1 he namo of tho ilrm-Cook k
co., will bo used In future only In selling iho
goods and settling tho oltalra ot tho comnaiiy.
L. B. Cook vrlll continue Iho business in lu
ture. L. II. COOK,
Benson, Oct. lsth. 1S73. Oct'wSvitdl't ' N '
BOWUNO ALLEY. Tlio subscribers
.. , having purchased tho Howling Alley In
Perkins' Block, Wules street, ho will lit It up
good order, for adles ant! 'gentlemen. Order
una decorum will be prcservfd at all times'
nuuand,0ct.7, 18,3. ' "Hn0,0-
BOOK IHNDING.-Wearo now ready
lo recelvn orders for all kinds of work.
ULOUE PAPER CO,
TAS?'rWo seU Ucnnlson'n Tags to
GLOBE PAPER CO.
A WATCH FKEE woith S20, given
gratis to every live man who will net as
our agent. Business light and honoi able. t3tt
made In 0 days. Saliable as Hour. Kvcrbudy
buys It. Cun't do without It. Jlust havo It. No
gift enterprise, no humbug. KENNEDY Co.,
Pittsburg, Pa, octclswiw
BUSINESS Agents nnd Canvassers
Wanted. "Lectures and Seimons"of Rev.
W. M. Punshon, LL. D. Best and cheapest fam
ily Bibles, .Maps, charts, Pictures. Golden Pens,
Sewing stik nnd Linen 'I bread. Apply for
terms to D. L. Guernsey, Pub., Coupon, N. 11,
"PSYCIIOMANCY, or Soul Cliaiiiilng"
X Dow either ser may fascinate und gain
the love nnd ulfectlons of any person they
choose Instantly. This simple menial acquire
ment all cau twsscss, free, by mall, lor 2r. tt
getherwllh n marriage guide Kgyiitlan Oracle,
Dreams, Hints lo Ijdios, Wi ilaiug-Nighl hlilrl,
A.C. A tiuecr book. Atldross T. W II.I.IAM S CO
PuUs. pnilatlelphla. i,i it!dtw4w
C1AN VASSlNtT BOOKS Nmt Fns'TTir
Prof. FOWLER'S GREAT WORK
On Manhood, Womanhood and then Mutual
Interrelations : Imi; its Laws, Pov.er, ete.
Agents are selling irom 1C lo Wj copies or Ibis
T'orK a day, and w send a cshtUMiiig Imok
frcutonuj bookogent. Address, dialing epe.
Hence, tie., NAilONAI. Pflll.IHIIINfl la,
Phllauelphlu, Pa. oct0'l,vw4w
OLD .MAIDS. Teachers, Students,
Clergymen, Postmaster", mid wideawake
Young Men, ami Met. edd Women of nil
You can easily earn n Hrsl-t liss sowing ma
chine; or books suuiclenl to stock a library ; or
somo vuluablo pictures to beautify jour homes;
or u nice stcreoscopo ; or a good time-keeper
(clock or wutch) ; or n music box; or n gold pen
ur a pliotogtuphlo album; or a staud kerosene
lamp ror Jour parlor; or ti hue nccordeon; or
Webster's Illustrated quarto Dictionary ; or
Rogers world tcnowncd statuary gioups ; or a
lino lolln; or a Rcmmlngton rule cane; urn
Hcmlngtuu double barrel breech-loadlug shot
gun: or a cabinet organ won h 1140; by simply
working up jourunoccupletl tlmo In a way ex
plained In tho circulars ot the M. II. P. Co. Per
fectly legitimate and resp"Ctable ; many would
i.iy philanthropic Address M. II. P. Co., 12a
EastlSth street. Now York. oeldlAwIw
WATEKS CONCEKTO PA11I.OK
T OitGAMS aro the mot beaiitirul In stjle
ni.d pcract In lone evt r made. Hie Concerto
Stop Is the botl evi r plar i d In any organ. It Is
produced by un extra set of reeds, peculiarly
voiced, thu eirect of which Is most charming
and soul stirring while its Imitation of the bu
man olco is stipeili Teirns liberal.
A GREAT Ol'Fr.It! ! !
Horace WateiB Son, 481 Broadway, N. Y.,
wttl dlsiwsu of too Pianos und organs or ilrst
il.us,siiuk(.rt, lncludllig Waters', ut extremely
;ow prices for cash, or par cosh, und balance
m small monthly pnyments. New ?-octtno
Ur&t-Udss Pianos, all motlein linpiovcmcnts.for
fi70Cusli. organs, 5-octine, t7o. Double-reetl
organs, l stops, silo ; s stops, tvx. Illustrated
catalogues mallfl. A li.rge discount to Mtuls
lerf, cnurehe", Sunday schools, Temperance
I7"OI( COUGHS, COLDS, HOAKSE
I. NE'-S, und all THROAT DISEASES use
WELLS' CAKBOI.IC TABLETS
l'ul up onlj In Bl.ri: boxes. A tried and sure
metly. Sold by Drilgglslc oeis-d.vwlw
Y. SAFETY STEAM POWEK Co.,
SO CORTLANDT ST., NEW YORK.
Superior steam engines nntl boilers, b special
machinery and duplication of pans. They nre
safe, economical, easily managed and not liable
to derangement. Their combined engine nntl
boiler Is peculiarly ndapteil to all purpose's re
quiring small power. More than 4uo engines,
irom ! to loo hurse-iowcr, In use. Send lor Il
lustrated circulars. octr,dAwl2w
( ' ENUINE WALTHAM WATCHES
VX sent C. O. D. The best and cheapest In
the world, and the most accurate, Illustrated
price list nnd lowest rates sent free. Address
ITLLKK A. CO,, is llontl slice, New Vol k.
"rOKKING CLASS. Male or female.
11 !C0 n week gunranteed. Respeciable
cmplojment at home, day or owning; no capi
tal required; full Instructions and aluable
package or goods sent free by mall. Atldicss,
with six cent leiurn slump. -M. Yol'NGX CO.,
17a Greenwich street. N. Y. octudwlw
"TO.MESTIC" PAPIIK FASHIONS,
A G E N T S W A N T E D .
SKMI 1011 CATALOOL'E,
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,
f1AMPHOKINE."-Thc gieat discov-
erv for the Immeillnle leller ntiil eitre
oi luicumausm, .M'timigia, Sprains, llrulses,
Pains, strains, still Joints, swelling, Inilama
ttons Bunions, C.Uarih, Ac, Ac it will not
Kte.tse or Main, aim lor nn- lotiei is a luxury in
every family. Thousands mil and now testlry
to its great merits. Try It. Price per bottle as
cents HEIBEN IIGYT, Pnip'r, '.'03 (irecnwleh
street, N. Y. Octl4diw4w
cpiIE HIGHEST .MEDICAL AUTIIOK
X ITIES of Europe saj the strongest Tonic,
Puililer and Dcobslriient known to the medical
J U II U II E I) A.
It nrreei ikciy of vital forces, exhaustion of
tlio nervous s.vsiem, restores vigor lo Iho debil
itated blood, icmoves vesicle obstructions and
acts directly on tho Liver and Spleen. I'rlco Jl
u bottle. JOHN t;. KELLOGG, 15 , Piatt street,
October 14. dw-iw
cPO BOOK" AGENTS. Prospectuses
X nio now reatly for tho thiee new books, viz:
THE GILDED AGE,
By Mask Twain and Ciiaki i s d. Waknek, lllus
irated bj Afucsirs Hoi-ii.s;
By Josu Pauses, Illustrated by Thomas N.ist,
and Joaiji'in .Miliikh's great work,
LIFE AMONG THE MODOCS.
Nothing need b.' saltl about these books.
Everybody Knows nicy oiittcll all others, und
wise agents will act nccordlnglv nntl apply for
terrll'.ry at onco to AMERICAN PUBLISHING
CO., IhitUord, Conn,
Oct II ,tu4w
,TIIITE GLYCEKINE GIVES A
pernianeiitiy beautiful complexion.
PEARL'S WHITE GLYCERINE
penetrates tho skin without Injury, eradicates
nil SHJis, Freckles, Tan, Moth-Patches, lllack
norms, Impurities nntl Decolorations, either
wllhlu or upon the skin, leaving it smooth, sort
und pliable ; lor chapped hands, rough or chafed
skin, III, tins b,t thing in the world. Ask
yotu Drugirlst for ir. Tin: no oriiuit.
riUKES ON SIGHT.-Last and best
X combination lor Canvassers, Agents and
salesmen! Husiiv Waiui hkkciikk's family
newspaper st.tris Its Full campaign, giving sub
scrlbcraapalror the largest ami ilnesl oleo
granhs two most attraotlvo subjects that
"takes" on sight printed by Mrs. Anilersoii, ns
contrasts and coinpanlons ,for tthej "Wide
Avvuko' and "Fust Asleep. Agents have Im
mense success ; call It 1 he "best business ever
offered canvassers. "Wo furnish tint lightest
and handsomest oulllt and pay very high com
missions. Each subscriber, uld or new, recelv es
without delay two beautiful pictures. Full
supply roady lor Inimedlato delivery. The pa
per 111 It stands peerless among family Journ
uli, being to popular that or lis class It has
tnu largest circulation In tho world Employs
Iho best literary talent. Edward Eggletou's
great serial story Is Just begliiiilnii ; back chai
leis btipplled toenh subscriber. Mrs. stowe's
long expected sequals to "Mj Wife and I" be
gins 111 the new j car. Any one w Ishlng a good
salary or an Independent business should semi
fur circulars and terms to J. II. Ford Co., New
Y'ork, Huston, Chicago, Cincinnati and San
ENTUCKY A; GKEAT EASTEKN
KAIL WAY COMP.ANY,
SEVEN PICK CENT. GOLD BONDS,
Coupons 1 payable 1 February nnd August In Gold,
In Nevv Y ork or Baltlinore. For sulu at fo iter
cent, nnd accrued interest In currency; secured
by Hrsl Mortgage ; executed to Farmers' Ijoun
anil '1 rust Company of New York.covcrlng com-panj-'s
Line, lis Franchises, Equipments, Heal
und Personal Estate, at tho ratu ot 115,1100 per
!''!? I'm Road, extending from Cincinnati to
Catlcttsburg, tho terminus ot Chesapeake aud
Ohio Road, 140 miles.
Governments, state, city, Railroad or any
oilier marketable securities taken Hi exchange,
at highest market rates, without commission,
and K. & G.K.H. Bonds forwai ded freo or charge
to purchaser. Pamphlets, Maps and full infor
illation will bo furnished on application 10
WM. FISHER Jt SONS,
84 South St., Baltimore,
Hankers, Stock and Noto Brokers, and Fiscal
Agents of the company 1 dealers in Govern
ments and Hallway securities in all tho mar
kets ot the U.S.
or to Banks and Bankors throughout the
fjMIE MAGIC COMB.
Sent by moll to nn ono for ti. Will
change any colored bull to a permanent blurk
or brown una conuins no poltuni. Trude sun.
P1.l,ai?.lij2!T t1","''- Ale..ss, .MAGIC COMU
CO., "plintrlleM, Mass. ocii4dw4w
ntlTE for Large Illustrated Price
V List. Address
OH EAT WESTEKN GUN WOKKs.
No 17 StnllhfleM street,
, , . PITTSIlUltOH, PA.
Drecch-loadlng Shot Ouns Mo to IJoo. Double
Hllles, M to 175. Revolvers, to to M. Pistols,
tl lo $s. Gun Material, Fishing Tackle. Large
discount to Dealers or Clubs. Army Guns. He
yolvirs, Ac, touifhiortruded for. Goods s-nl
byevprts'-c. O. It. lobe examined before paid
,.U.,3W, ..iiitiiuii r en ar.t
location, large rooms, first-' l.i tiblccouit
eous atlemianee ami n usuuiibie inui ai tho
Riverslda House, iddn t a. I . M i.l, Pron..
Jacksonville, Fl.i. . ii4dtw!
tJMlETlASKIN.'-. M.Vf iil.SL I.U.
K" iiburg, Ms- . '.I., hi .1
VKIt'lHAI. IIOKIZONJ '-Ji " EM INUI
(Miff ,ii, Mm.xI t'nrrli,,.. i.,i !,.!, . n. .i
i ti 1 1 ii. i nt ii , it.iii t,r k ,,i .. ,i ..... .,..
nil purl i i mi-rt Iiiiiil'i ,iM i .in"!) i'iuii nn
gieiters.u 'yatelli 'pen-, t h m onj otlur
englni. run' ufactiireij. inun i tu ii) hurn-
IHlWer. W.ne Ho'ini-, N ,. 1. I ,'i,j,dl Strt.l,
.l. Sett, I T(,. eln nt i ,..,i,luwid
TWO GEM:. I'OI! Hill . KliuL!) I i-h
Uixn' Fasven Lvc.li'.v li, rr
HlXOV'.S I1F.JT 1101. nUVCKISO.
octWdwtw M.',V YOLK.
rANTED. Agents fr the fastest
T V sclllntp article nut. Vnln .lili, b.itnt.
Flee. J. BRIDE, 7K Broudwij. N. o'i'j-4w
4 .11 incr tiii,f,.t,.,i .,int, .,.. ,.r
Money Muking Books sent on receipt or
stamns Including thu latest und best burA. iit
agents. E. 11. '1REAT, Publisher, Sur, Hp , id-
way, v. octas.uviw
KUAINT, ICUEEK AND KUK101S,
. Is the valuable book we trlve to all. 1- uil
of raclK.llguresatid fun. C4 pages, txipltlures.
.itniieu i.iriwo stampj. Auuruss i jji.acivil.
.t CO., 710 Broadway, N. Y. oet2Jiiw4,v
QTAK PLATl'OKM. Silver I.uslic,
VJ lllxhly ornamental. A perfect protector
to put under stoves. Ask your dealer f.r ir.
Circulars sent free. Address
bi) Heakinun St. VY.
UENTS WANTED FOK THE
ri:.ri:xxrM. n.si 1 1 1 1:11
Of the United Stales, 3ho.
suits of till)
FIRST 110 YEARS of 1:1 Pi I1L1( ,
A book everybody w.mi. s ml 1 r tint:! r.
Address, Zikolkh & Mi Ci iidv , '.'"4 M.il 11 -.1 1 . 1 .
sprlnglleld, Mass. ,, md&wjw
A'KITEfo7lt!-'e IlltiMMil Pr
GREAT WEs'll.lIN t.l N WORLs,
No. 170, SmllhH' li r. , '., I'll I eld, P t.
Breech-loading Me t ',if. . -:u -..in I 'i
ble shot guns, Js 1 1 ll.'i 1. sin. I, ,11 .,:!.$..,
RlllOS, S to -fi. l!ev,jl,!-, -0 t , j.-,. 1'i.t 1
llojs. dun material, iisimi, , 1 e. I n
illscounl to dealers inui ' Int.-. vtii k1" t
volveis, A'c, bouiil or lr.nl, il 1 ir. i-noiK , hi
by express c. o. D. to be 1 tun, , hi-ron r, ,! 1
ror. i'M. ivv
i' 1 1. u t 1:
ALT, tXl 01
GOLDEN MEDICAL UW OYEKY
cures all liumoin, fitim the mi -t s, r0ftil 1 Ma
cuminon IlLitch or Plinpl'1. Fr, in tvvu to six
bottles aro wairanted in 1 ore s ill Rheum or
Tetter, Pimples on Fa e, H , Us l.n -Ipel.is and
Liver Complaint. Slxtotvwlv. I utiles war
ranted to cure scrnlulmis Sw, llu, and Sun
ami all Skin and Blood JMsi ''.. Ilv itswun-
tlerful Pectoral prupertlt s It will e the be -'
sevcio recent or lingering dii.li In halt tin
time required by atij cither nn .11' Hi" and Is pi r
fpctly safe, loosening i,u'h, -m thing In U
lion, ami relieving tvrcic M ' ull lint -gists
ii. V. Pint! E. M I'.,
Weil I's Dlspei'snrv, Ilitrr.iiu, N. Y.
Ol l'-".'llWl utlll
flMlE CHEAT NEED MI'Pl.llD
A Simple safe, Dm- ii ,mI I
tor of small si.e w.i-, ti ' n . 1. ,
BAXTEK STEAM I.V.INI.
from 2 to 10 hnr-e-povv. 1, 1 1 (nits Un
Co., lo' special lools and 11.. e nit ' -, mi Uir' -ill
parts can be exaetlv dupliuti 1. the -uppl,
over seonre now In dnll.v us. , ,n,.l fit ilemuiitt
Is Increasing. Penonsnf urdiu u intelligeie
can set them up and run thetn ih .v hiv tin
most eeoiiomlcal englnisiv.i ni-ntii!. Cuti
eoinmon Hcutlle of eu.,1 ,',il 1 'am.' I,-:
power per tlay of It) hours; 1 t'e r ni"l In pi'"!" -lion,
rullj guaiauteed. Fi.i i,i,uUu. i'ii
price lisl and testimonials addrt
WILLIAM I). IllssLLI,
Ofllect of the Baxter sieam Engine t . ., '
Park l'la"e, New Y'ork. oct2UiU4w
TT'KMONT CENTKAL AND
iu 1 -
T U.Mt JIAlLllUAlt-..
On and after Mondaj', Junu 5 1, 1ST.:, 11. in -will
run as lullows, isundays excepted; :
OOINO S0CIU ANO EAST.
Leave ltutland nt 18:50 and 4:30 a. m., ,.nd u.10
and !.:( p. 111.
MAIL. Leave Ogdcnsburg at 0:10 p. iu Si.
Albans at 0:20 a. in., Burlington ut s:iu a. in.,
Port Henry at 7:15 a. m., Rutland nt 12:111 p. 111.,
llellows Falls at 2:30 p. 111., urrlvlngitt Nevv Lou
don nt le.no p. in., connecting with blciiie r en
NEW YORK KXPRESS.-LeavcsSt Allur.- t
9:00 a. ra., Hurllngtoii lu:;t) a. in., arrl in,' 1..
Rutland at 12:N) p. in.
NIGHT EXPHlSs. Leaves Ogdensbtirir ut
M p.m., Pl.ittsburg 3:30 p.m., Montreal a . " p.n .,
St. Johns 4-M p. in., St. Albans 7:20 p. in., 1H'
llngionuMo p. m., Rutland 12:M) u. m Hi ll.,w
Falls, 8:2S a. 111. urrlvlng at New London .it 1' is
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Burlington af 2 00 i
m., arriving In Rutland tit 7:40 p.m. L ivi .
Rutland ut 4:30 a. m., Pel lows Falls 7: l.- a.m.
(accomiiiod.illon tralni.arilvingut New I ieJ m
at ,s:li)p. in.
MIXED 'I RAIN. Leaves Rutland nl S:ii j . ro.
ai rli In; In Billows Falls at lo:0op. tu.
Leaves Rutland at 1:43 and C:40 a m., ami v
uinl r.:t '.- p. in,
.MAIL. leaves New London at t:rio u. n ,
Sprlnglleld S:oo n. m., Huston 7:30 u. m., II' '1 .
Falls nun., Rutland 2:30 p. m., arriving m p.ht
Henry at ww p. in., Iiurllngion R:ou p. m., sr.
Albans 6:4i) p. in., Montreal l':45 p. 111., Ob-.i. 1, -burg!:4.sa.
111., making connections with ti h.s
for lite West.
EXPRESS Leaves Rutland at 6:05 p. m., st
Albans at S:M p. m.
NIGHT EXPRESS. Leaves New Londi 11
2:4s p. m., sprlngHeld at b:lo p. m conn. 1 111
wllh train leaving New Y'ork at S:uo p. 111., Bel.
ovvs Falls ll:2i) p. ra., connecting wim train
leaving Boston at 6:30 p. in., Rutland !:4J u. 111.,
Hurllngton4:i0a. m St. Albans :in, arm in
In .Montreal at 'J-.m a. in., Plattsburg at waw in.,
and Ogdcnsburg at 18:30 p. in., counectln, v. i li
trains ror tho West.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Rutland at .1:411 a. m.
Leavo HurHligton nlU:30n. 111., St. Albans I no
in., arriving In Ogdcnsburg at s:60 p. 111. und st
Johns ai 8:.ki p. 111.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Bellows Falls .11 4
a. in., arriving in Rutland nt 8:20 a. m.
ACCO.MMODATIOV.-Lcaves Nevv London a
S:lon. m., Bellows Falls OsH) p. 111., aii'lvln. In
Rutland at s:35p. m.
Trains leave llurlliigton going east, Mr Mmit
poller, Ac, nt 11:6.1 11. m., 12:30 p. m. and 7:M p. in
Trains leave Bellows Falls going nuitli, tm
White River Junction, tc, nt s.Sti a. m, .nil
lt:4.i a.m., and 5:.w and 11:20 p. m.
CONMCTioss. At Rutland with Rensselaer A'
Saratoga and Harlem Evtcnslou Railroads; at
llellows Falls with Cheshire Railroad; nt Si utU
Vernon wllh Connecticut River Railroad.
Sleeping cars are attached to night trains
between St. Albans and Troy, and lltirllngl, 11
and Boston. GYLES MERRILL
St. Albans. Vt.. Juno 3d, 1S78.
AKLEM EXTENSION 11A1LKOAD.
CHANGE OV TIME
On and after Wcdiicsdaj-, Oct. 20, 1,-;.:, 1 1 n,s
will run as follows:
MIXED. leaves Rutland at 8:00 a. 111., 1 "
neeting nt stato Lino w ith train for Trov .
MAIL Leaves Rutland D.00: n. 111., aiidiual,
Ing closo connections nt Chatham 4 lime
wllh trains for New Y'ork, Albany, HuJsuu, uml
both cast and west on B. X A. It. R.
MIXED. Lcaro Rutland at 2.2.1 p. m to Ben
nington. SUNDAY" MILK THAIS Cultli llnsceliL-., ur
attached', Leaves Rutland nt s.00 u, 111.
ARRIVE AT RUTLAND.
Mall. 10.05 n. m accommodation. 12.OS n. m.
mixed 8.20 p.m.
r, v. vv luii., aupi.
liutland, October w, isiv. mldwtf