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A 111 1 lo elbow leans upon your knee,
Your tired kntc, that has so much to bear ;
A child's dear cj es arc looking lov Ingly
1'roin underneath a mas of tangled hair.
I'ci haps you do not heed t he vclv ct touch
Of warm, moist llngcrs,;foldlngj'ourso tight,
You do not prlzo this blessing over-much,
You feet almost to tired to pray to-night.
Hut It Is blessedness 1 Years ago
1 did not seo 11 as I do to-day
We nro so dull and thankless i and too slow
To catch the sunshlno till It slips nvv ay,
Ami now It seems so strnngo to me,
That while 1 boro tho badge of motherhood,
1 did not kiss more ott nnd tenderly,
Tho darling ones that brought mo only good.
And If, some night vv hen you sit dow n to rest,
You miss thoso loved ones from your tired
Those restless, cutllng heads from off your
Thoso prattling tongues that chatter con
Ii from your own the dimpled hands have
And nu'er to nestlo in jour palm again ;
Ir tho whllo feet Into their graves have tipped,
t could not blame you for jour heait-ncho
1 uoiulcrso that mothers ever fret
At little children clinging to theirgown ;
(ii that tho footprints, when tho daj-s nre wet,
Are ever black enough lo make them frown.
Ii I could llnd n little muddy boot,
or dress, or Jacket, on my chamber lloor ;
Ii 1 could kiss a rosy, restless fool,
And hear Its patter lit mj homo once more.
Ii I could mend u broken doll lo-d.iy,
To-morrow make a kite to reach tho sky
i'lime Is no woman In Cod's world could say
'she was more blissfully content than I.
inn ah! the dainty pillow next my own
Is never rumpled by a shining head ;
M. Tour loved blrdllngs from their nest have
The little ones I used to klvt nre dead I
Shrewsbury, Aug. 11.191.1.
eriiiout Hair) mini's Association.
I'uizns rtm d.viuv itonucr.
.Messrs. I'ortcr lllanchard's Hons, of
Concord, N. It,, oiler one of tlicir celebra
ted lllaneliuril Churns as n premium for the
e-t pounds of butter exhibited nt tho
v Inter ineeling, in January 1871. Persons
competing for the prize must be members
nf tin? Association, and the butter must be
nf their own production. They will bo re
turned to furnish nn entry paper stating
tli.it such is the ease, that the butter is en
tered in competition for the lllanelianl prue,
that it was made at n stated time from the
milk of a staled number of cows, naming
tliu breed, the manner of keeping and feed
ing tlieni, the manner in which the milk
was set and the time curing which tho
(ream was rising, the condition, tempera
ture anil age of thocicam when put into the
churn, the coloring matter used, if any, tho
churn used, tho time required to bring tho
butter, the manner ofworking, packing &c,
the amount and kind of salt used, and anv
oilier facts bearing upon tho case that may
lie necessary for another person to know in
order to produce a like article under same
Mr. John T. Ellsworth of lljrrc, Mass.
oilers one of Milliard's Patent Oscillating
churns, tho retail price of which is 35,
for the best 23 pounds of winter butter
ter on the same conditions ns tho nbove,
with the additional proviso that tho butter
which wins the prize shall bo his when the
prize is paid. Entries must state that the
"butter is olfcred in competition for the Ella.
wortli-Ilullnrd prize, and be accompanied
by a full statement as in tho case of the
lllanelianl prize, anil the committeo will be
instructed not to award a prize unless the
conditions are compiled with.
C. Horace Hubbard of Springfield offers
a prize of ten doliais for the best factory,
cheese of not less than forty pounds to bo
made by a member of the Association and
presented at the winter meeting, accom
panied by ii statemont in writing that the
cheese is entered for the Hubbard prize, the
number, breed, feed and manigemcnt of
the cows, the kind of apparatus used, the
setting, treatment, temperature, and man
agement of tho milk and curds, whether or
not tho night's milk was skimmed, tho col
oring matter used, if any, tho process of
wiring, the quantity of milk required for a
pound of cheese and any other details that
may be necessary to an understanding of
the whole process uf manufacture. The
cheese that wins tho prize In becomo tho
properly of .Mr. Hubbard when the prize is
Vermont flililu Soviet-.
Tho Vermont llible Society held its sixty
first annual meeting at Wutcrbury, October
lllli, 1873, .1. 0. Stinison, Esq , of Nor
wio.h, in the chair, liev. W. ), Maleom
led in prayer.
Voted to accept the act of incorporation,
Itevs. Messrs. Wild, Malconi nnd llazen
were appointed a committee to nominate
ulllcers for the coming jour.
They reported (lie following, who wero
1'resident Hon. Frederick Hillings,
Corresponding Secictary ltev. E. I Car
penter, White Itiver Junction.
iieeording Secretary Itcv. Austin Ha.
Treasurer Hon. J. A. I'.ige, Montpclier.
Auditor den. YV. Seott, Montpclier.
Vico Presidents Kev. II. I). Kltehell,
I). 1)., Itcv. I. Jennings, liev. I. McAnn,
Prof. McKeudrec Polity, II. A. Cutting,
Hon. J. 0. Smith, liev. O. 0. Wheeler,
Hon. J. II. Page, Ezra Walker, Emery
Cook, ltev. J. Copelaml, Itcv. Alfred Ste
vens, ltev. Win. Sew-ill.
Directors ltev. W. 11. Lord, I) 1)., Iter.
J. A. Sherburn, ltev. 1'. .Merrill, J. 0.
Stlmson, l-:-.q,, ltev. W. It. Kidder, Henry
Nult, Esq., ltev. Austin Hazen, ltev. Wil
liam S. llazen, ltev. W. 1), Malcolm, ltev.
E. P. Wild, ltev. L. Tenney, ltev. S. L.
in the evening a public meeting was
held in tho .Methodist church. The Scrip
tures wore read by ltev. Mr. Spencer, ltev.
E. P. Wild led tho assembly in prayer.
Tho reports of tho Treasurer and Direc
tors wero presented, adopted nnd ordered
to bo printed.
A sermon was preached by Jtov, I. 0,
Hlddwoll, nf Worcester, Mass., from Pi.
138, il, last clause. After n vote of thanks
to the preaehorfor his instructive discourse,
tho society adjourned.
Dahi.no HtJiHii.Aitv at CiiAMfi.Aix. Ear
ly on Wednesday morning last, Gouldlng'g
jewelry establishment at Clminplnln, was
most thoroughly cleaned out by the gang
from Now York now operating In tho towns
along tho lino of tho lake.
Tho burglars forced tho bolt of tho front
door, nnd with tools obtained nt a black,
smith chop, nnd steel wedges of their own,
broke open tho wife. Wntrhcs, jewelry,
silver ware, belonging to Mr. Gouldlng.and
also of bis customers, wero taken entirely
away, a hunch of gold rings left on tho
woi king bench tho night before being nil
that was left by tho robbers.
The funeral of Pliny W. Wright eldest
son of). L. Wright Esq., was largely at
tended at Wcybridgo last week, n touching
funeral discourse being delivered by Itcv.
II. F. Leavltt of Mhldlebury.
An Early Eoso potato has been raised In
Lincoln weighing 2 lbs. 0 oz. Also a Jack
son White weighing S lbs. 7 oz.
Mrs. Williams, n widow of tho late
Amnsa Williams of llrldport, died in that
town, last Tuesday aged 01 years.
Tho Adclphl Society of Mlddlcbury High
School will hold a reunion of Its honorary
nnd active members, on Wednesday evening
Nov. 12. J b
Quito a curiosity In tho form of a double
headed calf skin ha9 been sold at tho Vcr
gennes tannery. It was left by Mr. J. M.
Hall of No. 1'errisburgli, When born tho
calf had two perfect heads. Cow and calf
Tho individual Deposits, In tho llnttcn
kill National Hank Manchester nmounts to
Tho woolen mill at Pownal, belonging to
L. Wright, an insolvent debtor, was sold at
auction on Tudseay to Pliny Wright for
8801'5 nbove the mortgage.
ltev. N. It. Nichols of Aeworth, N. H.
Is to become pastor of the Cougregational
Church at Unmet.
ltev. John Service pastor of the Presby
terian Church at liamct lias received a call
from a large Presbyterian Church nt Phila
delphia. Two men in Uarnet recently threshed
twenty-two bushels of oats In 111 minutes.
About 2,000,000 feet of lumber has been
sawed at Darling's mill nt South Itycgate,
during tho y;nrs 1872 nnd 1873.
ltev. Louis N. Ileaudry of Slielburn de
livered, a lecture before tho Grand Army
of the liepublient Hinsburgii entitled "Life
and Death, in Libby Prison."
Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Allen of Westford cele
brated their silver wedding Oct. loth. a
pleasant affair gifts rich and costly ban
quet fine serenade splcnded.
Eion M. Naraniore of Underbill, has re
ceived a patent for a mon holder.
TDr. Horace Hatch.who died at tho resid
ence of Ids son-in-law Hon. L. E. Chitten
den in New York, Oct. 28 was born in Tun
bridge in 1788. Ho was a graduate of Dart
mouth Collego and must bavo been at his
death among the oldest living graduates,
lie practiced medicine at Norwich nnd llur
lington. Ho was the father of Dr. Horace
Hatch of Washington! Mr, A. S. Hatch of
the banking house of Fisk and Hatch; W.
II. Hatch of the firm of Fairbanks & Co.,
New York. He was a brother of Hon. Jo.
1). Hatch of liurlington and .Mr. A. G.
Hatch, postmaster at Windsor.
I'ltANKM.f COUNT 1.
The grocery nnd jewelry store of C. W.
Campbell nt Montgomery Centre, was en
tered on the night of the 18th Inst., by
some unknown persons, and about 840 in
money, a gold watcli valued at $30, and
some other jewelry stolen.
C. II. Famswortli has purchased of A.
Prindle, of St. Albans, seven half blood
Jersey heifer calves. Ho considers Jersey
tho stock for dairy business.
Tho farmers' festival, held nt West Enos
burg, October 11th, was an occasion of no
small pleasure to all who participated.
There was a good turn out of farmers nnd
their wives; also a show of vegetables and
The hotel of Daniel Isham at Enosburgli
Falls is one of tho pleasant hotels of North
ern Vermont, where you are always suro
to get a cordial greeting and an excellent
table spread with all tho substantials and
delicacies of the season.
J. Eobargo of St. Albans, bad bis left
band badly crushed while coupling cars
Wednesday evening, in the railroad yard
in that village.
GUAM) ism: countv.
Grand Isle County is finally to have a
newspaper. It will bo published in North
Hero, nnd called the Grand IsU County
lleconhv. A. N. Merchant is tho propri
etor, and J. Af. TfiMcrienn tlm mltln. 1. t-
to be independent in politics, and the first
nnntl,,,,. ...ill l. 1..A.1 Xn.. oo.l
IOIl SALE. CO Spanish .Merino Ewes ;
. 40 lambs, very heavy shearers ; one extra
Durham heller, about to comu In ; utso a few
Narragansett turkeys; young gobblers that
will weigh !M It,s., at lis cts. V Ii alius
, C. C. PIF.HCE.
Last Clarendon, Vt., Nov. 4, Is73. aw
BOWLING ALLEY. The subscribers
hailng purchased tho Howling Alley in
Perkins' IJiock, Wales street, ho will lit It up In
good order, for ladles nnd gentlemen. Ordor
and decorum will bo preserved at all times.
c. 1:. stone ,t CO.
ltutlaml, Oct. 7, 1S73. octsdlm
JNOCH MORGAN'S SONS'
S A P 0 L I O
IsasubstltutoforSoap for all Household pur
poses, except washing clothes.
S A P O L I O
for Cleaning your Ilouso will save tho labor of
one cleaner. tJlvo It a trial
S A P O L I O
for Windows Is better than Whiting or Water.
No removing curtains and carpets.
S A P OLIO
cleans l'ulnt and Wood, In fact tho entire house
better than Soap. No slopping. Saves labor.
J 011 can't afford lo bo without It.
S A P O L I O
for Scouring Knives is better und cleaner than
Hath in lefc. Will not scratch.
8 A P 6 L I 0
Is better than Soap and Sand for polishing Tin
ware. Brightens without scratching.
S A P 0 L I O
Polishes Ilrass and Copiicr utensils better than
Acid or Oil and Kotteu stone.
S A P O L I O
for Washing Dishes and Olnsswnro Is Invalu
able. Cheaper than Soap.
S A P O I. I O
removes stains from Marble Mantles. Tables
and statuary, from HardiliilMied Walls, und
S A P O L I 0
leinovos Stains and Urease from Carpets and
other woven fabrics.
There Is no 0110 nrtlclo known that will do so
i?ill'o Ti'i'v Ft WOlK'' ""a U" U W''"'
HAND S A P () L I O
a now und wonderfully crrectlvo
'1 ollet Soap, hnvlugiio equal In this
country or abroad.
HAND 7TT P O L 70
nsanartlclofortho Hath, "reaches
thu foundation " of all dirt, opens
tiv.uo uim Kiti-n u neauiiy ac
tion and brilliant lint to tho skin,
HAND S A P O L I 0
(,'lennses and lleautllles tho Skin,
Instantly removing any htttU ur
blemish from both hands and face
HAND S A P 0 L I 0
Is without a rival in tho world for
curing or pioventlng roughness
and chapping of either hands or
HANI) SAP OLIO "
removes Tar, Pitch. Iron or Ink
Mains and urease i for workcre In
Mnchlno Shops, .Mines, 40, is In
valuable, For inuklug tho Hkln
)Wilto and Soft, and giving to it a
aTi.v0' .be';,uty." It Is unsur-
, v KJ u j vuaiuunu KUUWIli
HAND 8 A P 0 h 1 0
costs 10 to 15 cents tier cuke nnd
wmtt. b"UlU & vS
DONT FAIL TO THY TlIKSl: tlOODS.
Jluy It of your merchant if ho has it ,r win
procure. It for you. If not, tl ea wrl 0 for oui
tnaueu'ir'ee. A" Hllu"."" wfllZ
ENOCH JIOltOAN'S SONS,
augMi-wsm so Park l'laoo, Now York
JT.W GOODS I NEW GOODS!!
HATES HOUSE COKNEIt STOItE,
l'or Fall and Winter wear.
.MENS" HOYS' and CHtl.llltllNS' SUITS,
Altstjles nnd prices.
III.UK, lll.AOK ItltOWN
Sll.VUli AND UASTOlt
All sles and stjles.
II A T S AND 0 A 1' S
Of every description.
GENTS' FUltNISIIING GOODS,
I.A1)II:S AND (HINTS' TitAVUI.INd HAtlS.
ttr s.ivo money by buying goods at the
Hates' Ilouso Comer Store, 4t Merchants' Itow,
corner Center street,
d.tw YANOX X. .WIIKOWSKI.
O L ( T II I N
GENTS' FUltNISIIING GOUDx
) V E It 0 O A T S ,
All grades for .Mens' and Hoys' wear.
Fine Him- nnd.Ollvo
JI i: A V E It S U 1 T S .
IHAfJONAI. SUITS AM. KTYI.KS.
l'ANCV CASSIMIMti: SUITS
Of every description.
floods shown with pleasure and sold al prices
that defy competition.
A. (). CUNNINGHAM.
No. Cestkh St., Opposite the Depot.
JJUKNHAM & TEMPLE'S
I N S U It A N 0 E A G E N 0 Y ,
-rKTNA INSURANCE COMPANY,
IIOMK INSUltANCi: COMPANY,
HAin'i'oitD nun insuhanci: co.,
iMPi:iti.i, fihi: insuhanci: co.,
ltOYAI, insuhanci; company,
I'llIJNIX INSUltANCi! CO., N. Y.,
FHANKL1N INSUltANCi: COMPANY,
insuhanci: co. r no. amkhica,
si'itiNoni.'i.D insuhanci: co.,
l'IKHNIX INS. CO., llAliTI'OIID,
NATIONAL Fllti: INSUltANCi: CO.,
PENNSYLVANIA INSUltANCi: CO.
Tho above strong list of Companies repre.
IIUItNHAM & TE.MPLE.
Opera House, HUTI.AND, VIIKMONT.
rp II E V E It M O NT LI F E
I N S U It A N C E C 0 M V A N Y,
OF Iil'ltl.INOTON, VElt.MONT.
OFFICE, I'FCK VUILDIXG, COUM1I! ST.,
Incorporated October Ssth, lsos.
Assets January 1st, 187!), - Siia!),S08.'J8.
ear.,,:'fflv.Wes':,,,uuui 41 m a"c,s ,o
eaW.';s.if,1ab!l,.?sn'l'ml, ,wi 1,1 nss,,ts ,o
ENDOW.Mi:.NTS AT I.IFi: HATES A SP1!
Flvo linimtaiit privileges bccured In this
form of pollcj-.
1st. The term may bo ledueed lit liny time by
vd. Non-forfeltlngon tho paid-up policy plan.
ad. Non-forfelllng on the "temporary In
sunnier" plan for tho run amount of tim potley.
4th. The accrued vnluu of the liollcy may be
received nt any tlino aller live payments hnui
Mh. Tho deferred accumulations will bo dll.
ded among the surHvlng policy holders at ma
turity. ALL POLICIES AHENON-FOIiFIUTlNO UPON
Every policy holder will havo tho bcnellts of
his own lmestmentH secured to him.
Sendforrlrculnrsof rales and plans, or call
In at thoonicouudeinmlno for j ourselves.
I'ATItONIZE HOME INSTITUTIONS I
Itl'SSEI, 8. TAFT, President.
AltltKN (IIIIUS, Secretary.
OF ALL KINDS,
0 LODE PAl'EK COMPANY.
"VXTANTED A gltl to do washing, iron
TT Ingandcliatriberwork, ApplyatNo.til
Main Street, Itutland, Vt,
DAILY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER G, 1873.
cStovw ana Sin Wnvr.
J)UNN & UHAMTON,
.Manufacturers of all kinds of
und dealers In
PLANISH HI), HIllTANNIA. JAPAN. (1I.ASS
AND WOODIIN WAKES
of every descrlpl Ion.
llltOOMM, HltUSIIi:H AND IIAHKKTS,
and a general assortment of
HOUSE FUltNISIIING GOODS.
Special facilities for Jobbing all kinds of
H 001 1 EN WA11H,
TIN AND OI.ASS WAHK.
EAll kinds of n 1 111 kh taken In exchango for
NO. 11 Mi:i!CIIANTS' l!OW.
Itutland, Vt., May 1, 1S73. myldtf
K M O V A L .
S. (I. Slnlej-, of tho late linn of StaleyA: I.lp
plneott, has iemoed Ids business from No. 37
Center St., lo No. 12 Men-hauls' How, where ho
has tunned a Copartnership with .Messrs. Dunn
.vcrainloii, uniler the ilrm name of s. (1. siah-v
AM'o. lie will bo pleased to see all or his old
eiiilomers, and as many new ones as lll ravor
him with a call
g G . S T A L i: Y & CO.,
No. 12, Mkuciiasts' l!ow,
STOVES AND HOT All! FUltNACES.
Tho Stewart and New Amcilcan Cooking
stous, for both wood and coal, eonslanlly on
hand. Maiiuraclurersiif and dealers In
COPPEIt. TIN AND SHEET IltON WAKE.
I' L U M 1! 1 N (.
In all Its blanches Hath Tubs, Water Closets
(las and Walei Piping, and Fittings or
TIN ltOOFINO AND JUIlIHN'f
Of nil kinds promptly attended to. Nono but
skillful mid reliable wuikmen eiuplojed.
mj, woui; ir.i:.M.vv7.7;
IIKMnMUKIt, 'I IIOOIIS NOUT1I OK TUK OI'hKA 110CSK
'1' ) V E S
CEI.EIIIiATED FAH.MEI1S' AND MECHANICS'
C O O IC S T 0 V E S ,
WITH ELEVltAI ED OVENS,
nro now being mado at tho
I' I T T S F O It D F It It X A O E .
Also foar sizes of
'' - If T It It 0 X ti T 0 V I.' 8 .
'Iheso stoves, being made or tho Plttsford
Charcoal Iron, will out last any utherstows
made, and will be sold as low as slows mado
ui iiiirii eoa1 iron. AppiJ lo.
aug-.DiUin Pittskokii, Vr.
T"EItMONT CENTlt.VL AND ItUT
SL'.MM EH AHHANOEM ENT.
On and nfter Mondaj-, Juno 2d,lS73, trains
i in i itu .in luiwn n, nituouj s exceiUCU) t
UOINO SOUTH ASH KAST.
Leave ltutlaml at 12:50 and -tao a, m and 12:10
MAIL.-Leave Ogdensburg at C:lo p. m., St.
Albans at 0:20 a. in., lluillngion lit b:10 a. in.,
Port Henry ni 7:15 a. m., ltutlaml at 12:10 p. m.
HellOHS l u snt 2:3011. in., nrrlvlni. nt voi l.ttl
don nt 9:30 p. m connecting vwth steamer for
' NEW YOIIIC EXPHESS.I.eaves St Albans at
?;?. ,"' 1 urllnglon lo.-2o a. m.,nrilvlng In
Holland at 12:M p. m.
NH111T EXPHI.sS. Leaves Ogdensburg at 12:
ft; p.m., l'lallsburg :3u p.m., Montreal 3:3ii p.m.,
si. Johns -i:.M p. in., m. Albans 7:20 n. m liur.
' ugiou u:io p. in., Itiill.uid 12:MI n. in., Heltons
lulls, 3:2.", a.m. al riving at New London at litis
' MIXED Tlt.VIN. I.eiiM.miiiill,.inn ,.t.
m., arrlUng lu Itutland at 7:40 p.m. Leaves
.luii.um ulii.hj ii. in., i.cuows rails 7:4., a.m.
(accommodation traln),a rrlvlng ut New Loiidun
ut 5:10 n. m.
.MIXED THAIN. Leaves Holland at 8:00 p. m,:
arrlvlnir in Del iiwh l-niu ni m rui ,., ' '
Leaves Itutland at 1:43 and MO a. in., and 2:30
and liiiitsii. m.
MAir.ll.Mit'a. V-n... r..., .
........ -.n...... ...... 1A7IIIIIJII ill ICIIV 11. JI!.,
Spr ng tlc-lil s:il a. in., Huston 7:30 u. m., Hello s
ailsn:45., Itutland 2:30 ii. m., arriving at l'oit
... J 1'- 1'itioiiKioil I.HPU II, in., M.
Albans o:lu p. m., Montreal U:i5 p. m Ogiiens.
burgl:ir,n. m making connections with trains
for tho West.
EXI'HESS-Leaves Itutland at f.:05 p. m., St.
Albans at b:m p. m.
NI01IT EXI'ltEss.-U-aves Now Imdoii at
2:15 p. m., Siirlngilehl nt s;lo p. m., connecting
vvllh train leaving New York ut 3:oo p. m., IleL
lows Falls 11:20 p. in., eonneelliigwllh train
leaving Hoston ntr,:3ii p. m itutland 1:43 a. in.,
1 in ington 4:40 a. in., st. Albans 0:10, arriving
lu Montreal at 9:43 a. in., Plattsburg at 12:oo in
tlr:alns"for'lmVes,4:;';i 1'' '"" co'"ll'ct" w"
MIXED THAI N. 'fiOa v es Itutland at 5:40a.m.
Leave Hurlliigtoiint 9:3ii a. m st. Albans 12:ihi
in., arr v ng In Ogdensburg al S:5o p. m. and hi.
Johns nl 3:.wp. in. 1
MIXED TltAIN.-Leaves Hellows Falls at 4:30
a, m., arriving In Ituthuul at 9:20 n. in.
ACCO.IMODAT10N.I,enves New London nl
8:10 a. in., Hellows FallsO:oo p. in., air " In
Itutland at 8:35 p. m. "
Jio!l,l",'!lc'ft1i1.'rU",'',on k'"ng east, for Mont
polier, AC, nt C:.w a. In., 12:30 p. m. nnd 7:55 p. in.
1ii""?k'ave, u'''l,"8 Falls gotng nortl , tin
lilto Hlver Junction, Ac., at" b:3 a. m. and
11:45 a.m., nnd6:Mniid li:2op. m.
CoNNECTioss.-At Itutland with Heiisselner It
Rnratogn iuiil Harlem Extension Hallroads; at
l S '1.wu" c',,!"h,ro "'"iroad; ut Sou h
e.T2! w".1' Connecticut itiver Itullroad.
twsiceiilng ears nro attached to night trains
balvveen St. Albans and Troy, and lli rH igion
and Hoston. OYLLs MHIIK1I.L7
St. Albans, Vt.. Juno 3d. 1S73. l"'U'1 h"1,t'
JJAKLEM EXTENSION ItAlI.HOAD.
CHANG EOF TIME
1873. FALL AltltANaEMENTS. 1S73.
On and after Wednesday, Oct, 89, 1873, trains
will run as follows i
MIXED. Leaves itutland at 3:00 a.m., eon.
neetlng nt Htnto Lino with train for Troy.
..,s.1A,,,r''u'avl'al.'.""aI"u,-lx,;n- m., and mat
Ing closp connections at Chatham 4 Comers
with trains for New York, Albany, Hudson, and
both east and west on 11. k A. It. It.
nhi 'ton"'-I,eaVe Itulla"(, ut 'lM !' ln-i to "f
SUNDAY MILK THAIN (with nassenirer ear
attucheiO.-Leaves HiiilanU 1 at "!ooTm.
AltltlVi: AT KUTLANU.
mixed' bioism"1'1 accom,no(laUon. !' M
Itutland. October its, isi: ' 'liaWf
JKVI G. KINGSIiEY.
HUII.DKHS' AND CABINET
Weymouth Fine Finishing and Empire; Cut
Nails, iron, steel, Chains, &c.
Steel, Iron, Picks, Ames' Shovels, Masting l'ow
der (government pnsif), Fuse, Ijirgo
IDriil Flies, steel striking Ham
mers, Handles, Ac.
MANILLA HOPE AND COItDAOE.
SAW-MII.L, CIltCULAlt AND WOOD SAWS,
AND llOYNTON'H LIUHTNINO
1 A I N T S ,
Oils, Varnishes, (Hue, Sand Paper, Brushes, Ac.
I1I.ASS AND PUTTY.
A splendldl Inc of Tablo and Pocket Cut lexy,
Shears and Scissors.
F U It N I T U It E .
Parlor Furniture, Cenler Tables, Mirrors, Et
tension Tables, Ilodsteads, Matlrasses,
Spring Beds, Bureaus and chairs.
Manufacturer of Black Walnut, chestnut and
Painted Chamber Sets.
C A it Tli T S .
Velvet, Brussels, Tapes! rj-. Three Ply and In
grain Carpets, oil Cloths, Ac, Ac.
COFFINS AND CASKETS,
AND .METALLIC HUItlAL CASES.
At L. (I. KINOSI.EY'S.
Itutland. Juno 17,1973
AN I) ON & II UNTO ON,
Wholesale and ltetnll Dealers In
OA L. PI.ASTEIt,
IltON. HTEEE, NAILS, Ao., &o., &o.
general Assortment or
II i: I. T I N (1, L A O I N (1, AC,
TIMOTHY, CI.OVEH, AND ALL
NOVA SCOTIA PI.ASTEIt.
LODI MANIIFAOT1III1NO CO.'S l'OUDHKTTE
A ItU.I, I .INK OK
0 II E A 1' F O U OAS II
HAJUtETT'8 OI,I 8 TO UK
Sooltsi, taUonctu, fa.
gOOKS, STATIONERY &C.
SPAULUING & CO.
Uavo n largo stock of Books consisting of
Of different sizes nnd styles,
Pocket Bibles and Testaments, largo and small,
1'raj er Hooks, Hymn Hooks, Devotional
Books, and all tho popular books
of the day received as soon
JUVENILE BOOKS AND TOY BOOKS,
(lames, Backgammon Hoards, Chess and checker
.Of tho latest stjles, plain and tinted.
INITIAL RTASiriNII DOSE TO OllllKB.
Inks In Black, Violet, Hluo and Carmine,
Fens, Fen-holders, Pencils, Slates, Pocket Books
ami Vvullew, Ladles' I'orle-moniiales, lliack
ets. Hall Pockets, Towel Hacks, Slipper
Oases, Blacking Cuscs. Easio'H Hook
Slides and Shelves, Jewel stands
and Boxes In Carved Wood,
Match Safes, Writing
Desks nnd Work
Materials for Wax Flowers, Olassihados, Vases.
.Parian Statuary, llnnin (lioims
and Mises.stereoseopesaiid Vlcvs,Pholographs
Lithographs, steel Engravings
In Velvet, Holly Wood, Ac. All klndsof I'ldutc
1'iuiiiiiiu iiuiii- iu unierunu in me nest stjle.
N E V S D E P o T .
Dally and Weekly Papers supplied.
Wo Invltu nil wishing goods In our line to call
mm cAuuiiur uursiocK oeioro purenasiiig.
SPAULDING .V CO.,
No, 1, Merchants' How, HUTI.AND, VT.
MIE EXCELSlOIt DIARY FOIl 1871
(! Willi l'M'KIl VOMI'AXY,
(,'eneral Wholesale Agents for
VEItMONT AND;NKW hampsiiihe,
WAS1I1NOTON, WAHUEN, ESSEX, AND
CLINTON COUNTIES, N. V.
Why I ho Trade gtvo to the Excelsior Diary the
prefei enco over all others.
1st. It Is printed on lino rose tint paper.
2d. Thosame quality of paper is used through
the entire line, giving Just as good paper In a
cheap hook as in a high priced one.
3d. It Is the best Mulshed Diary In the
4th. We give you 235 dllTorent styles lo select
5th. Quito a number of tho best selling pat
terns are mado by no other house.
cth. The pocket-book styles are all arranged
10 sun mo business man.
7th. Hetallers want a Diary that Is neat, at
tractive and saleable.
sth. You will nnd fewer of them among the
old Mock of dealers, as they sell better than
any other Diarj".
9th. The sale of tho Excelsior has Increased
more than 500 per cent. Hi tho last four years,
which fact shows that the retailer appreciates
1 oth. Wo give attractive show cards and post
ers. and plenty of thcin.
lltli. They cost no more, and no less, than
other Diaries all lists and discounts being
121h. Tho Lxcelalor Is tho best retailing
inary onereu to tho trade.
Wo Intend to visit all dealers In Diaries early
In llio season. If there nro nuy, however, that
wo do not reach, wo shall bo pleased to send
them, on application, a lino of samples to ex-
amine lu comparison vv Ith other goods.
Early orders are alwajs tilled complete, while
lato orders aro npt to Hud tho nssortmcpt
broken, and frequently thu best selling btjlcs
used up. It Is a good plan to put In orders early
as paj -d.iy conies no sooner than with late or
dors. Wo can deliver goods any time nfter 1st
Send In your orders for tho Excelsior cnily to
THE GI.OI1K PAPER CO.,
a HIE RUTLAND DAILY AND
WEEKLY OI.OBE. enntjihm nil ei liina
nows, le;luillng tho telegrams of tho associated
muss, lot-ui curresiMjiiuence, siaio news, A'c.
No expense SDared in the editor!. il ilen.i, iment
Advertising rates low, especially for short ad
vertisements. Tho papers aro larger and con
lain moro reading matter than anv other In tho
siaie. UU1UK FA FEU CO
PRINTING. Anything from n Card to
a Hook, neatiy and promptly executed.
N u havo ns good facilities ns any other eslab.
llshment In tho state. If jou need anything In
this line, glvu us a trial, satisfaction guar.tn.
ui.uiu. r.vi'tii co
BLANK HOOKS Aro a specialty vv Ith
us. Wo have everything In this line. Wo
have ono of tho best (If not tho best) api)lnted
Blank Hook manufactories lu the state. Hverv-
tlilng Is new and In good shape, and wo have t
man In charge of it who understands I lie bust
ne.ss in all Its details. Wo have a stock of llrst
t.n.ss icuHii ,iii-r, null mwiu uaiiKs, luaiiuiae
turlng companies, .Vc, toexamlno our stock und
Prices. iil.oiu: I'ApEit co.
1iENCII.S.-,Di.X(m'n Pencils, mado
. the United States, aro much superior
OI.011E l'AI'KU CO.
OUR STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
Ifimiirluw n full lltu, nt olo.il.i .......1
tlrst-class pain-ra, foldeil nnd tlat, ruled mill
liluln. all weights and sles. Envelnne or nil
grades nnd eolors, drug, pay, note, letter, olll
clal and document, nil iirsi-class goods and
prices low. uruer a sample lot.
OI.OBE PAPEH CO,
rpo DRY-GOODSMEN, GROCERY.
X MEN. DUTCHKKS A:C Wo oirer Hie larg
est Huu of wrapping Papers, Paper Bags. Fiour
Sacks and Twines, to bo round In tho State.
Best quality Manilla, best quality bogusmun
Ilia. Best quality straw paper, nil sires and
weights. Best quality paiier bags and Hour
hacks warranted full slo unit full weights. No
scrimping. We handle these goods In largo
quantities, and our prices nra as low as others,
selling same quallly of goods. Send us an
(1LOBE FAI'EH CO.
rPAGS. Wo offer Dennlson's Meiihan.
X dlsu and Shipping Tags to stationers and
Printers at Dennlson's lowest prices. Send us
mi order nnd satisfy joursolves.
(1LOHH PAPUIl CO.
rpAGS. Wo havo now in stock nil assort
X ment of Dennlson's Patent Direction
Libels and Merchandise Tags, vv hlch we will
sell nt manufacturer's prices.
Wo havo also a good stock of " Phillip's So
curlty Hook-Tags," a very convenient and ser
viceable nrtlclo for merchants. Among Its nd
vantages arc: Uoods can bo more readily mark
ed than by any other means; tho tag Is so tc
curely locked that It cannot becomo detached
from tho goods; no chanco of tho tag becoming
detached from tho hook; no iwlnts projecting
to tear othor goods or your lingers. Thoy nro
safe, strong and cluap. Call and cxamluo
them. (1L011E FAI'EH CO.
PENCILS. Dixon's Round Gilt Pencils
aro as good ns ruber's Hound (lilt, some
say better. If no better, they deserve favor from
being an American Pencil nt lower prices.
Ihej- aro mado by tho Joseiiti Dlxon Crucible
fc!i",J')l??r Vll' N. J., and wo offer them to tho
trade at their net prices. Try them.
(1L011E PAPEU CO.
aUGS. Wo Bell Dennlson's Tags to
w..yr."lters ?hd stationers at Denulsou'a
lowest wholosalo prices.
(1L011B l'AI'Klt CO.
A WATCH FREE vvmlli .SD, given
gratis loever.v live mull who Hill act us
our agent. Business II- in nnd hnnonibte, itoo
inauu in t, oujs. naii'ii'.ie as uo'ir. Kverjuuiiy
buyslt. t'on'l do wit ..jut It. .Must have It. No
gltl enterprise, no In nbug, KENNEDY a- Co.,
Pittsburg, Pa, octBdAwlvv
BUSINESS Agents nnd Canvassers
Wanted. "Lectures ninl sTinons"i,r Ittiv.
W. M. Punshon, LI,. D. Best and clieuiiflsi tuiii
lly Bibles, Mni, ( linns, Pictures, (loblen Fens,
Sowing sbk iiinl Linen Tin rail. Apply for
terms to D. I.. (Iiicrnsev, Pub., Coneold, N. II,
""I1S1V' llflMAVI'V U,.i,l CI..,...,,
.1 I ,.v ellliel Hfiv Innv fiiveltinl,. noil triiTti
the luvi and nrrcctluns or any peison they
choose instantly. This simple iin-ninl uiiillre
luenl nil can imsscsK, nee, bv mall, for 25c, to
gethei Willi a inairlage guide, i:g.vpllaii Oiaele,
1)1 ei .us, lllnls to Lailles, Wedillug..li;bl Shut,
Ae. A ipiecr book. Address T. v I I.I.IAM It I o
runs, i-niiaiu-ipiiin. n, ir.d.vu ivv
CANVASSING HOOKS Sent 1'iee for
J Frot. FOWI.EIfs (1HEAT oltK
On MnlihiHid, Woiniiiihood nnd theh' .viiiiual
Hiter.relntlons ; Love, lis Laws, I'ov.i r, ele.
Agents nl e si lllng from if, to2.', euples of Mil
wink a ihi.v, and He send n euiivusslng In ml:
freetouny book ngeiit, Addiess, stiillnvr I'vne.
rlenco, etc, NATIONAL PFBLlsillMi ,
Plillndclphtu, l'u. M-tCil.vM4
OLD MAIDS, Teachers, Students,
Clergjineii, Postmasters, and wideawake
Young Men, and Men add Women of all
You can easily enin n tlrst-class sewing ma
chine; or books sunielenl to stock a library ; or
Miino vnluablo pictures to benutlfr jour homes;
or n nlco stereoscope ; or a good lime-keeper
(clock or watch) ; or a music box; or a gold pen
or a photographic allium; or a stuud kerosene
lamp for jour parlor; or a tine necordeon; or
Webster's Illustrated quarto Dictionary; or
Hoger's world renowned statuary gioups; or a
llneMolln; orn lti'ininliigton lille enne ; or n
licuilligtoii double barrel breecli-loiidliig shot
gun; oraeablnet organ worth two; b.v simply
working up jour unoccupied time In u way ex
plained lu Ihe circulars ur the M. II. I'. Co. Per
feetly legitimate and respectable ; many vvuilld
say philanthropic. Addiess.M. II. F. Co.. 129
E.isl2sth sireel. New York. ocir.it.Vw iw
5 TATEItS' CONCEItTO PARLOR
OIKIAMS nre the must bountiful In sljle
nnd ts-rreel In loi vermaile. 'I lie Coneerlo
Slop Is the best ever placed lu any oigan. It Is
produced by nu extra set or I ceils, peculiarly
voiced, the eneel of which is most i harming
nnd soul sllirlng while Hh linllntioii or the hu
man voice Is superb. Teims liberal.
A GRKAT OFFER! ! !
ltoraco Waters & Son, 4sl Broadwaj-, N. Y.,
will dispose of win Pianos and organs or ilrst
class makers, Including Wutcrs', at extremely
mi.W ,irl(fu r,,,' fntli or (ikI nnLli ...nl Imlni.....
Tu small monthly pajments. New 7-Octavo
llrst-class Pianos, all inodein Improveinciitsjor
275cash. Organs, 6-octave, $1o. Doiible-ieed
Organs. 4 stops, file; s slops, 12.1. Illustruted
catalogues mailed. A large discount to Minis
ters, Chinches, Sunday school", Temperance
liOR COUGHS, COLDS. IIOARSE
X NESS, nnd nil THIiOAT DISEASES, use
WELLS' C'ARIiOLIC TABLETS
Put uponlj 111 BLUE boxes. A II led and sure
remedj'. Sold by Druggists. ocl2Sd.Vwpv
JyJ" Y. SAFETY STEAM POWER Co ,
CO COIiTLANDT ST., NEW YMtK.
superior steam engines and bollci's, bv spccl.il
liiachlnery and iliipllcatlon of parts, 't hey are
sale, economienl, easily managed mid not liable
to derangement. Their combined engine und
holler is peculiarly adapted to all purposes re
quiring small power. More than 41m engines,
Iroin 2 to loo hurse-power, In use. send for II
lustrnted circulars. octcd.v.wl2w
G'ENUINE WALTIIAM WATCHES
I sent C. 0. 1). The best and cheapest In
the world, and the most accurate. Illustrated
price list and lowest rates sent free. Addiess
FULLER CO., 2s Bond stree, New York.
TOIiKINO CLASS. Male or female,
1 T foo a week guaranteed. Hespeetable
emplojment nl home, day or evening; no capi
tal required; full instructions and valuable
package of goods sent Iree b.v mall. Addiess,
with fix cent return stamp. M. Yol'MU CO.,
173 Oreenwlcli stieet, N. Y. octl4dw4w
"TvOMESTIC" PAPER FASHIONS.
A (I E N T S W A N T E 1) .
SKMI tOll 1'lTAI.OOfK.
DOMESTIC SEWINO MACHINE CO.,
oct2SdAw4w ki:w York.
"pA.MPHOltlNE." The great discov
J ery for tho linmedlalo relief nnd cuio
of ltheuiiiatlsiii. Neiinilglu, Sprains, llrules,
Fains, strains, sun Joints, swellings, lull. una
lions Bunions, catarrh, Ac, Ac il wilt not
grease or slain, and for Hit- toilet Is a luxury In
every family. Thousand will and now testily
lo lis great merit. Try II. I'rlco per bottle 25
cents ItEl'liE.N IIOYT, ITopY, 203 (Ireciiwlcll
stieet, N. Y. OctltdAW iw
flMIE HIGHEST MEDICAL AUTHOR
X 1TIES of Europo say tho strongest Tonic,
I'm lller and Dcobstiuenl known lo the medical
J F It U II E B A.
Itlt arreet decay of vital forces, exluusilon of
tin) nervous sjslem, reatores vigor lo the debil
itated blood, removes vesicle obstructions and
aclsilliecllyon the Liver and Spleen. Price fl
n bottle. JOHN o. KELI.Ollll, is Piatt street,
October II, dw4w
rp() HOOK AGENTS. Prospectuses
J. aro now ready ror the thrco new books, viz;
THE (1ILDED AOE,
By Maiik Twits' and Cii.viti.i:s I), Waiiner, lllus
trated by Aiui-sifs Hoitin ;
By Join Hni.iMis, Illustrated by TiioiivsNat,
and Jovijcin .Mii.iiku's great work,
LIFE AMONO THE MODOC'S.
Nothtmr need tie said atiniit iheso liru-.k-o
Everjbody Knows I hey outsell all others, and
wise agents will act accordingly nnd upptv for
I, 'I rllm'i nl n,i,.. t.t VI I.M, Ii V iii'in VLniVii
CO., Hartford, t'onu.
Oct 11 uiv4w-
rnrn: glycerine gives a
pernianeniiy ueaitlltui complexion.
PEAHL'S WHITE (ILYCEHINE
penetrates the skin without Injury, eradicates
.... ..Jim.., iitmi, inn, .vioin-raunes, iiuick
VVouiis, Impurities and Dlseoloratlons, either
ltlilii or iiiHiu Hie skin, leaving It smooth, soil
nnd pliable ; for chapiied hands, rough or chared
skin, it is tin- best thing In thu world. Ask
your luugglst tor It. taki: so otui:ii.
flUKES ON SIGHT. Last and best
X combination ror canvassers, Agents nnd
Salesmen! tlKsnv Waku HtixiiKii-s family
new Siaper still Is Its Fall campaign, glv Ing sub
scribers a pair of tho largest and tinest oleo
graphs two most nttruoilvo subjects that
"takes" on sight printed by Mrs. Anderson, ns
contrasts and companions uor Uhej "Wide
Avvako" and "Fast Asleep. Agents have Im
mense success; call It the "best business ev er
ottered canvassers. "We furnish tho lightest
and handsomest outllt nnd pay very high com
missions. Each subscriber, old or new, i eeetv es
without delaj two beautiful pictures. Full
supply raady lor luimedlato delivery. Tho pa
per Itself stands peerless among family journ
als, being so populur that of Its class It lias
the largest circulation lu the world I Kniploj s
I lie best literary talent. Edward Egglelon's
Bleat serial story Is just beginning ; back chap
ters supplied to each subseilber. Mrs. StowVs
long expected sequais to ".My Wife and I" bo
gins In the new j ear. Any 0110 wishing a good
salary or an Independent business should send
for circulars and lei ins lu J. H. Ford .C Co., New
York, Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati nnd San
2ENTUCKY & GREAT EASTERN
SEVEN PER CENT. GOLD 110NDS,
Coutvonspnyablo February and August In (Sold,
In New 01k or Baltimore. For salo nt 00 per
rent, nnd ureriied Interest In currency; secured
by Hist Mortgage ; executed to Fanners' Iamii
nnd '1 rust Company of New York.coverlng Com.
pany's Line, Itu Franchises, Equipments, Heal
and FersnnalLstate, at tho ralo of ft5,ooo per
mlln on tho Hond, extending from Cincinnati to
cntlettsburg, tho terminus of Chesapeake and
OiiloHoad, no miles.
ilovernments, state, citj-, Hallroad or any
other marketable securities taken lu exchange,
at highest market rates, without commission,
nnd K. A (I.E.lt. Bonds forvvai ded free of charge
to purchaser. Pamphlets, Miqis and full Infor
mation will bo furnished on application to
WM. FISIIEIt & SONS,
82 south St., Baltimore,
Bunkers, Stock and Noto Brokers, and l'lscnl
Agents of tho company : dealers in (loveni
ineiits and Hallway securities In all tho mar.
ketsof tho U.S.
-or to Banks nnd Hankers throughout tho
fJMIi: .MAGIC COMli
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pin d .1 1 1
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GREVT I.-s If, It N (il -, vni(
N'i 1 .'J Mi Hhlli.M
, , I'll I -111 I.I.I', 1 V
Breeeh-lo illlnt; Mini (,.ns 4H I , s ill. I 1,1,1
Minn Mini. s i,, $i:,i,. s , , ,, tnt
KIIII'S, s III ,.',. ;. ffl i, , . ,
tllots. i.iin ; Mui, 'Hui, I'IbIiIii" 'i si. I r
iiiseniiiii io i.'i'nh is or i iniis. 'mh I . In
vulvi i'h, ,vi ., I oii'tlil nr iiudi'd ii c, ii ni
oj I'Min is i . o. n. io ii" exjiinii ii i i i ,i
for. ,,1 ... ,
IliVnllil-i or 'I i. in i j u ill in.,. .
location, I. ii i.i in , i i i
eoils ulli'ini mui 1 1 , , ,i i . , 1 1 , i
imeriMui' 1 1..11 s.- rt.11,11 l.v. I.--IVI' .1
Jaeksonviiii , 1 1.1. , , ,
fJMIE IIA-slvINs M CIIIM. ti.
1 ll' llbi. I, . Ma ... M ivii I
VEHTIl Al .. IIHEI, n- VI M ! ' -' ,
Olll' Colnbllli il 1:11 'nn nml I1. .11. ,
111 qll.tlllllli s .ilut In sl.Llidiiril -Mu 1
all pulls.iir hit, 11 h.,ii"i.able. 1 mi. . ,1 1
greuli'i" 1,1 l imin. s, i-xpelisi-Hi n it M11
elliflni' iiiiiiiniiii 1 nr. I. se Iroin 1 1 1 1 u
povvi-r. VViir. Il, 1 .11, i. 40 (nrti.ndr sir
N. H . s. mi r..r 1 In m ir. n-1 1
m . itixin .v co.
TWO (U.MS FOR HOI - ' IL i ') ' l
Bixiiv-i !'u v 1 11 1 vi snnv ::i i
,:i.I.V 1,1 'IT MIL! 1.1 .
OCI20.11V4W x! , i !
VANTEI). Agents 1,7, , , ,
t T sellinu 111 1 'i Ii .nil. x .
1'iee. J. Bltlill:, 7(,J Ilroadw ii. N V i r.
A TfTliTuiE Illitslr.itiil c ' ' hi
V Money Making Books s, i,i r
slnmp; liieliidlng the luti.i .uiu I, i i
agents, i:. B. TItEAT, Pui.ii ie , I
wuy, N. Y.
K I' A INT, KUEER AND Kt Riot's
Is the vnluablo book we. .'I., t i. 1 u .
of farts, figures and fun. ft! pn'-'c-i. r.o i n i .
.Mailed for two stamps. Addre s (t III ( Mi
.V. CO., 740 Broadwaj', N. Y. orl.jii
PLATFORM". Silvr Luelrr.
lllfihlv Ornamental. A i-n . i oi i in
to put under stoves. Ask onr n. ,, i i n
Circulars sent free. Addre-s
ST A It PI A i F(..M,
sil Bi ,u in. n 1
GENTS WANTED FOR 1 III
ci:.ri:..i.u. : i n i
Of the I'nltcd Stales, show in o
suits of Hie
FIltST 100 YE VBS ol Hi lil.I It il
A book everjboth .vniit. s i .1 i u
Address, ZiKiu.kn ,v JUCi i.nv, - 4 M
sjiiiiiglleld, .Mas-. i
r7iITE i.ir L,ige II!" t pj-n
1 List. Addn s,
(IHEAT WESTEtIN (.IN W i .1!
No. 179, Sm.llllield ill'. . '., I',
Hreeeh-londiii .' ' i;iiii. - i. ' n.
ble shot guns, fs t if ir i, s-. , : . , ?
Itllles, fs to 75 l; . aver, -i, i . i n
fl lofs. dun iii.it. ii .1, ii-.iit, i 1
discount to deal, i uii 1 1 lull-, v
volvers, .ve, bi.ulii -.I-lt.nl .1 (
bj expiess ('. O. D. 1 . i e i .ilnr I i i
It. SAGE'S CATARRH LI Ml )
Caros l.v Uh mild, h' u.njr i-i u;i i n
tlio lUseusu .Multls vvu tltc i
put in poifcti onlcr u-tih
dk. pii:iicr:'h(ioi,i)i;N .mi.k m.mm i i,
blood nnd h .stein, wlitfh ( ,ilu,t ' t. n
also to net spofiiicnliy, uikhi t if .iseii
Ulands orthc liw nnd lis t'l..m i ( ,f uii
ltemudy Miouid bo tinuk-u lili
Di:. rinucirs nasal inn an
ultlnvlilcli medlctii' ran in- i ir i m u up
jiiiu I't'iu't ii.) itjipui u in nil ;rr n i(is j
ami hnialtoin lu whb li vor" an t nt ( i
and from which dNi harf pr ' ah.
I'csstul has this r.u)c nf in iti n i, n,
that tin pl'ttiult'tor utT. rs $.',tnj r v r i ( n t i
ot "t'uM Hi lli-ad" or ( iIhitIi v t i it n n
cure. Tin1 1 v iiH'dii iii' s u ,i h i ii
by all dnitf. iis. . . -
GREAT NEED SI l pi 11 )
A Simple, S.l.. , in i .lie ,i
lor of smnll si v. . ' . n.
IiAXTER STEAM 1 Ni INi
from a to 10 liorsi -p" . t, in.ii' i i
Co., bj' sjii-eial tools and liui. tun a
p.lllseaube eaetu dliplli .it, l, is u h
over sioaie now In d.iil.v us. , ml ' i, (iimiiDii
is Increasing. Persons nf oui n. t u
can set them iii and rim liii'in. in a In
most eronoinleal en lnesi,,i i. im t. (ni
eoiumon scuttle of ion! v, ill i e n
power licr day of in hours; nun i iu. I ,n i
lion, fully guuranleed. ..r . i
price list and testimonials .idilr.
WILLI V! l. lit ssi i
oniro of the Baxter Mi.un l'u n i ,
Park 1'laee, New York. . , i, vv
C OH SAVED: To meet , ,
i),J demand ot Hie tiim --ii
n.(ii!t:Nri: sKvvixn m.viihm: i m
have deterintin d I
li E 1) V C E 1' It I ( I s ,
and will hereafter sell tin ir ff.:. JI
ft, and other stjles in prupm ; u-n,
T II E F I, O R i; N ( 1
Is tho only Sewing Machine Hi i fe i. Hi '
backward und forward, or tu rnjhi nuu i ,
the purchaser may prefer. It In li u r .
Impioved and sliiiplliied, mid Is tar In u n
alij otlier machUie In the ni.iik. '
IT S NOW THE tlll'AI'l s
Agents Wani d,
Florence .Mass., Nov. 1, '7... i
jAR.M FOR SALE.
The subscribers otTer tor s.r i, !
uated ulioilt two miles fiom i 'i- , e
lows Falls, on the Chester r. ad, vi i
JOHN CLAHIv 1 MiV,
Containing ulioilt tluee huiiilii .1 , d c
of land; two dwelling lions, s, nn- i iui i
two tenant hou.ses, near tu.- r.iUi- i i.
The tenant houses are new. 'in i im
house lias been tliorouglit.v rep.ui . .1 . i ,
ed, with new pta.a lu trout and etui, n i
rence, all In tlie most subslanii .1 u. 1 I nl
manner, making It a di.sir.O 1. r m
Nearly three-foui ths of a mile mm v on
from a never-railing rountntu sunimi u i
OVElt TWO TBOl'SANl) im! I Mis
has been expended within the v -i i r
on buildings und fences, lu -id, i n t. n . i
houses. Tlie land Is ad.ipu d ' He r in i
nil kinds of crops, some ufi - . r r w -i
adapted for tobacco. The land is u, w em r
good stale ot cultivation, In n,,v n- n n r J
out a largo amount ot hay und it ih On j '
two Jem's, which has bet n br.ui in n Ihe
place, besides that whhh Hi. t nu lui pro
duced, Tho eastern line Is th, c nn ''nut
river und the farm liijlng vvesti rl-, uuuinl mlo
pasture nnd tlllago land, Willi n sunn i. nt sii.
Plj of wood for tlie premises, siiu.ind su m ur
tho village of Bellows Falls a vlllae ruvuni
more rapidly than any place w mini tin siaie.
mid with Its unlimited wuier isiw r, win. n '
fast being Improved, must coniliuii to lucre. i
In a still larger pruimrtlon In the mum innki
It the inosl desirable fuiiii lu tin st pal ,. I'n
session given liiiinedlatel;, , ei in tin; mil)
janl, and that In one year. Inipilii ot ilu sub.
scrlbcm on tho premises; or Jisipli v i.mi,
Hi-.,, ..t .1 VCIUnii A Co until. ,),,. ,,...i ., . ii
Ilmillnu ,,, VV.,k, l,........t 1, '
WILDEl! ,v HOPKINS.
Bellows Falls, May 1, W3, mj i-dtf
TDASTURE LAND IN PITTSFORI)
J. tor sale or rent. One hundred and twentv
live acres of tlno l'ASTl'ltEland located one nnd
or call on E. F. HITCIIC'OI K. under Nailou'al
,,auh ul iiuiiiinii, jvui lauu, vi, .viajiu
VJ''Tl;llIrA"V.-Dr. F C Wilkinson's
Client English Cough Powders, for Horses
of tho (Bands. Soro Throat, Epldeiiin', t alarrb.
nuimwiii, unit tin iiisi'aaes oi uii iinnai' aim
These powders nre safe nt nil Kim ..belli,
free from nolsonous Druirs. Prepared b 1 I
WILKINSON. Veterlnniv Smveon. I laieinont.
js. ii. ror sale ny c. F. winu. lutein tor kui
taint and vicinity. octaiidtw
nELERV PLANTS From Peter Hctider-
v son ready on and after June S4i h. Send In
your orders. Cabbage plants for late crop bj
the hundred or thousand; also, oreen Peas
teady about July 1st. Flower plants, ninonc
which Is tho celebrated Ainnrnnthas Sulslfnllus
ur Fountain Plant, consianiu on iiuuu. nuu.
ijuets, w reaths Ac., made to order.
maj'Wly ur Fair (Hounds