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VOL. I NO. 107.
RUTLAND, VT.f WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1878.
PJUOE THREE CENTS.
nPKTAlN CORNICES OV HLACK
V Walnut, or nil Gilt, made to order. Cur
t alii Rings, Tnssels anil Cords. DEAEUORN'H
CUIOW CASKS, CORNER, CLOCK
O and Mantle Mielves mndo to order, with
nam or .Moulded edges, ukaumiis nnwou in
different styles at dkarhorn'h
-vtkw mocldings for picture
XI I ranting, Chromos, Lithographs, mid
r.nirravings nc iMj.iiiiwit.vrt
P N. MERHIAM'S
I'CllFFCT FITTXU SimiTK
PATTERNS CUT TO MEASCR!:.
T? N MERRIAM'S PERFECT FIT-
JLJ. TINO SHIRTS. The won eomtortnblc
durable and economical. Jci'dl)
DECKER 1JROS. UNRIVALLED PI
A NO I'ORTES, pronounced the linear In
l lie worm. tt ui rumen ior seven yi ars.
decoration or CHURCHES, IIA1.I.S AM)
Munyjenrsoxpcrleheo. doml tlrst clnssvnik
nt reasonable prices. Come anil see my work
In I lie Maxtor National ll.uik.
nowdam HuilanU, Vi,
ii ii. 51 o it r. li o r s i:,
opimsite ( enlrnl IIouiO - - Rl'TLANl), Vt.
III TI.AND MANITACTUEINO co.mp.yny,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
tVOOP AND CHAIN- SEAT CHAIRS, 1IEI
STEADS AND C1IA1I! STOCK.
corner ot West nml I'orost M,
RI TI.ANP, VT.
1 Vtwoju, Agt. (1. ('. Ili'unix'i, TrpflH.
I W K 1 X O ,
M.inutai tup-rand wholesale uhil retail dcler In
SASH, DOOHH, lil.INDs,
miii i.dixi.h, mtri;r.Ts. and iku mi: ith-
or nvnisv iiEsrmiTtox.
rUKNACi: STIIECT, lll.TI.ANII, Vr.
orders b mall or otherwise promptly atlcnd
ed to. inyldtt
LINCOLN IRON WORKS.
Marble Mill and Hoisting Machlnerv of tho
most Improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings and general ma
steel and Iron Wire Jtope at Manufacturer's
Itutland. Vt May 1, 1S73. mayldtf
A. H. II AW LEY,
co.xrtucron axi piiactwai, slatvu,
111 TLAND VERMONT.
He Is prepared to do nil work promptly and
well. Orders can ho left nt J. E. Olynn'.s storu
on .Merchants' How, or at tho Ii.irdwell House.
Itrcreiuei Eoekwood llarreti, Itutland: I.. M.
Mason, President of First National Hani;, He
troll, .Mlcnigau; Hon. J. M. Marvin, Saratoga
jttoots and ..Shoes.
Tin; o.si.v cold & VA'ii:it proop
( I. O T II 1! O () T S
IS Till: MVl.'KCT.
All 111" .e troubled with ooriu. and old feet
can get r Ie ea by buying a pair nt
NO. 0 MERCHANTS' 1,'OW.
AXENS' IUTFALO UxED ROOTS
.-M. for Railroad -Men, at. No. 0. Merchants'
L'Y THE WOHST HOOT.-A new
kind, only i'l.V), at
O. W. (THRIEirs.
El) LAWKS JJEAVE1! ami FEET
Mioi.s- i iso, congress Arctic overshoes,
o. w. curp.ieips,
No. o .Mtrclmtits' It vx.
jOOTS AXD SHOES.
V. u. now
11a , now In btoro a mil stock of
isoots, kiioes and m:niii;i:s,
which he ! , selllnir ui evlremcly low prices.
Ihawju t ricelvoclllie ncj for Munson'a
unexcelled N'ew Yoi k shoe-., and shall endeaior
ut all llmrs to have a full lino ot nil wldllisnliil
w. i:. noss,
No. li, Merchants' It jv, Itutland, Vt.
O. '.'0 lllj
rjUIE NEAV YOltK TIM 12 S.
iiaiia, emi-ki:ki.v ASII WKI.Kl.V.
Till. Nl:U YOltK DAILY TIMES
ONLY ItEITIil.ICAM JOL'IJNAE
in Tin: city or ni:v yohk.
The liMi cli.ir.ieler which tho Dally Tlmoii
liaslunii Iniliepwt isu Huniclenl giurante."
for Irs conduct m m future. It will continue lo
inUoc ate the cm of the public, without rc:er
enco to the tnicicstH or Indlvldu lis. No e.
pens will lie -.pared In Ibo nialnteiiuneo of lu
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It Is the Im 1 dally liimlly newspu r In the
countrv. D has Ihe lutest news, iho Iji-Kt ror
clgh coiresponilenee, and the largoM siulT ot
home corn spoiidcnts. All objectionable news
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the simda-. edition 10
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tup si;mi-wi:i:ki.y times.
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fill epitome or our lorclgn nud home eonch
pondenee s an lull reeling heloetlon or einient
literature fr Millie best foreign und doinestlc
luaga.lnes; a choice variety of iigiieullurnl
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of goln, to pr . TeniH in per annum, club
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year, t s, and one evtra copy fiee. Now names
mav be added toclulnt ut any time during the
year, at club rates,
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all who live in localities which nru kci ved only
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most important events, both homo and foreign,
ure reviewed nt length, nml a largo iiuaiitity of
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THE KEW YOHlt TIMES.
Now York City,
Wholesale dealer In
CALIFOItNIA WINES AND llltANDY
fVirnUTKK ANP WnOI.E3H.K IlEAI.Ktt
CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS.
The attention of Town Audits, Physicians
and Druggists Is especially called to our wines,
as they are unsurpassed for medical purposes.
coining from ono of the oldest vineyards In
California. All goods guaranteed puro and sat'
Isfactory, or to bo returned at my expense.
o v r 1 0 k ,
COItNElt l'ltEIdllT AN1) EVELYN, ST.'I.,
(Lnndon ,t Iluntoon'.s Ulock,)
Ilutland, Vt. myitf
JUTEAXI) MA1U1EI2 CO.MPAXY,
witoi.t:-Ai.p. iir.Ai.i:i:s in
15 LOCK SAAVI21) MAIiliEE.
ifAi:i:ii:n and vn.m,
J N. IIAX'I Eli, Supt. WEST ltl'l'LAND, Vt
All the crmll'S of I!lttl:im1 Mni'ble. In II, i'
Shane of slabs of urliins llilel:ness,s rpmiltvil
for l'lirnlture, Mantel, und Decorative Work, as
ciius enieiery iises;uiso cuoic MOCK lor
Monumental mid llulldlng purposes, including
Eases, strips, and I'ots. mav be rnimd on our
yard at all times.
our extensive arrangements ror tho produc
tion of Marble. In the wnv t,r Onrm-vlntr Mn.
chlnery, and -Mills comprMng thirty-two gangs
ot saws, place us in position to supply the
wants ut tho Trade. Wholesale and Itetnll
Dealers, llullilers, Furiiltiire-Men, and gen
eral Maniilartitrers will Und it to their Interest
to fa or us with their orders.
1IUTLANI) MAItHLE CO.
piiOSPECTL'S FOI! 1874-SEYENTH
T 11 E A E 1) I X E.
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, universally
auiiiiiieu to do tno Handsomest Period
ical in the World. A liepresenta
tho and Champion of Am
NOT I'OH SALE IN 'JOOK OHNEWS STOP.ES.
The Ahllm; while Issued with all tho regular.
Ity. has lioliu of the teliniiirnri' ,.r llmi'tv I ,.t ,
est cliuraeterlsllcMr ordinary periodical's, it Is
an elegant miscellany or pure, light and grace
lilt llteraturo ; and ti collection of pictures, the
rarest specimens ot urIMIc skill, In black mid
white. Although each succeeding number nr
fordi a fi-i sh pli a-.ui'e lo lis mentis, the real
value and beauty of Tht AUinc will be inot ap
preciated alter 11 has been bound up at the
close ot Iho l ear. Idle oilier publications may
claim superior cheapness, ns compared with
rivals or n similar class, iht.Udtm Is a unique
anil original conception alone and tinapproach.
oil absolutely without competition In price or
character. The possessor oi a complete volume
cannot duplicate the quantity of lino paper and
Migrating In any other sliapo or number of
volumes lor ten times Its cost ; and then, there
are ihe elii'omos, besides I
A 1ST DEPAItT.MENT, 1S74.
The Illustrations ot The .Mine havo won a
world-wide reoutnllon. and In the mr. centre
of Europe It lsnnuilmlttcd fact that Its wood
cuts nru examples or tho highest perfection
ever attained. The common prejudice In favor
of "steel plates," is rapidly yielding to u more
educated and discriminating taste which recog-
1H.1", me autuuiagcs oi superior artistic quali
ty with greater fnelllly of production. Tho
wood cuts or J'Ac .iwme posses all tho delicacy
mid elaborate UnWi of the most costly steel
plate, while they ulford a better rendering of
Ihnni list's original.
To fully realize the wonderful work which
The .Mine lsdolng ror the cause of ni t culture
In America, It Is only necesi.ir.v to consider the
cost to tho people ot any other decent reprcsen
tattonsortheiiroductlons ot great painters.
In uddltlon to designs by the members ot the
National Academy, and other noted American
at list, Tht . I Mine will reproduce examples ot
the best lorclgn masters, selected with a tiew
to the highest arlistlc success and greatest gen
eral interest. Thus tho subscriber to Tht AMine
will, nt a trilling cosl, enjoy in Ills own homo
the pleasure and rciliilng Influences of truo
Tho quarterly tinted plates for ls"4 will bo by
Tims. Hlornn and .1. D. Woodward.
Tho Christinas Issue for ls'4 will contain
spoclal designs approprlalo to Iho season, by
our best artists, and will surpass In attractions
any or Its predecessors.
PI1EMIU.M POlt 171.
Every subscriber to The AMine for tho venr
Is, I will rccelt e n pair of chromos. The ortglu
al pictures were painted in oil for tho publish
ers or The Ahline, by Thomas Moran. whoso
great Colorado plclure was purchased by Con
gress for ten thousand dollars. The subjects
wero chosen lo represent "The Eist" and "Tho
ttesl." One 1. it lew In tho White Mountains,
New llnnpshlre j the oth.r gives Tlie Clllf ot
tlrecn inter, Wjomlhg Teirltory. The dlller
ence In the nature of tho scenes themselves Is
a pleasing contrast, und affords a good display
ol the artist's scope and coloring. Tho chromos
are each wo Led from thirty dlsiinct plates,and
are In sue (12 x lib and uppearanco exact r.ie
slmllcsof theoilginaH, Tho presentation ot a
woithy example ot Aineilca's greatest land
scape painter lo tho subscribers of The AMine
was n bold but peculiarly happy Idea, and Its
suceessrul reallallou Is attested by the lollow
liigtesllnionl.il, over Hie signature of Mr. .Mo
ran himself :
Ni.wakk, N. J., S. pt. '.'Oth, IsTa.
.Messrs. Jamks St'lTON A, Co.
i!enihnieii, am delight i with the proors In
culororjour chromos. Thoy uro wonderfully
suecesslul representations by mechanical pro
cess of the oilglual paintings:
(Signed,) TIIOS, MOItAN.
These chromos uro In etery sense Ainctlcan.
They are lit mi original American process, with
material of American inaiiuruclure, from de
signs or American scenery by mi American
painter, nnd presented to subscribers to tho
ilrst sui-cessful Ainerlciin Art Journal. If no
better because ot all this, they will certulnly
possess mi Interest no foreign production can
I lisplre, and neither are they any the worse If
by reason of peculiar facilities or production
the,t cost the publishers only n trllle. while
eiiiul In eter.t respect lo oilier chromos that
me sold singly ior double tho subscription
in Ice or The aHhu. Persous or tasle will prUo
hose pictures for themselves-not tor tho prlco
they dlilordld not cost, and will appreciate tho
enlerprl,!) that nindjis their dlslilliutlon pos
sible. It oiiy Kubscrlbcrbhoulil Indicate a prorercnen
for n llgure subject, tho publishers will send
' lliouglils of Jjomo" a 'new and beautiful
ciroiiiu llxifu Inches, representing u little
Itall'inexllo whose speaking eyes betray the
longings ol his lie.u t.
in pir nunum, in a(lcanec,wllh Oil Vhromot
Por Fifty Cents Eitra. tho chromos will bo
twul, mounted, vurnlshed, and prepaid by
The Altllnt will, hereafter, bo obtalnablo only
by subscription, There will bo no reduced or
club ruto j cash for subscriptions must bo sent
to tho publishers direct, or handed lo tho local
canvasser, without iesiislblllty to tho pul
Ushers, except In cases tvliero the certlllcato Is
given, bearing tho fac-slmllo signature ot
Juiueu Sutton & CO.
Any person wishing to act permanently as a
local canvasser will iccelvo full and prompt In
formation by applying to
JAMES SfTTON' A CO., Publishers,
octirWtf, M Maiden Lane, Now York.
BHICK.-I lmvo ilvo hundred thomnnd
good hard burned merchantable brick on
hand and for sale on reasonablo terms. Please
call aud examine. Warranted to glvo satisfaction-.,
, , Wil.lll. FIELD,
Ilutlaud, August 1, 73, augldtf
KUEE l'HOM ALCOHOL,
1)11. J. WAt.KEK'3 CAI.tl'OUNIA VlNKOAIt 11ITTU1I9
are n purely vegetnblo preparation, mndo
chlelly from tho tiatlto horbs found on tho low
er ranges of tho sierra Nevada mountains of
California, thelmedlclnal properties of w hlch ni o
extracted thciefiom without the use of Alcohol.
Tho question Is almost dally asked. " What Is
the cause of the unparalleled success ot Vine
iiah HiTTEiis ?'"Our answer Is that they remove
the caso ot disease, and tho patient recovers
his health. 'Iheynro the great blood purlller
and n llle-glving principle, n pcrfert Iteiiovntor
and Invlgurntor of tho system. Never before
In tho history of the world lias n medicine been
compounded possessing tho remarkable quali
ties of ViNi-.aAii IHTTKiis In healing the sick of
onydlscnso man is l.clr to. Thoy are n gentle
Purgative ns welt ns Tonic, relieving Conges
tion or Inflammation ot the Liter mid Visceral
Organs or HUllous Diseases.
Dlt. WALKER'S CAI.H'OItNIA VINEOAIt
net on nil these cases In n singular manner,
lly purlljlng tho lllood they remove the cause,
and by lesoivlng away tho eilcctsof tho luilain
matlon (tho tubercular deposits) the ailccted
parts receive health, und a permanent euro Is
IP MEN WILL ENJOY HOOD HEALTH,
let them tiso Vineoiu Uirrmis as nmodlclne,
undiivold tho use of alcoholic stimulants In
proclaim Visnu tu iiittuus tho most, wonderful
Intlgorant tliateversuslaliieil tho sinking sys
tem. NOPEIIMINCAN TAICETIlliSi: HITTER
according to directions und remain long un
well, proililod their bones are not ilestioycd by
mineral poison or oilier means, and vital organs
wasted beyond repair.
. iieimxM.it & ;co
Druggists and tleneral Xgents. San l'rnnclsco,
Calliiirnla, mill corner or Washington und
Charleston slrci Is, N. Y".
SOI.ll IIY ALL DlirilOlM'S AND IICILIUIS,
Oct. 1. d.V.w eow ly
tftotflc; ana ijiniiu glooms.
A 1! 1) V 12 L i II O U S E .
. IP. CllA.UTOX, I'ropMor.
Iho HARDWELL HOVSEIs located opposite
ho Depot, and has long been favorably known
otho traveling public. It has been recently
Improved, now nirorillng the best and most
ample accommodation to guest.
, Tho TA1ILE will bo supplied with all the
uxurles of tho Season, nml etery attention will
be paid to tho comfort or lis patrons.
In tho future, as In the lust, the Proprietor In
tends to make It nllrst-clasa Huuso atlordlng
all tho comforts of a home to tho tratcler. Tho
public patronage Is solicited.
A (1001) LIVERY lu connection with tho
Attentive POUTERS will bo found at the Da
pot on the arrival of all trains.
1 E j T 1! A J.
ii o i; s i:
AMERICAN AND lXEOI'EAN PLANS.
Complete with 1011ns
E X SCI T 12 A I I) fl I X V, I. 12 .
being In tho very center or fashion and brilliant
Rutland lire. In lirobnltv III nlnri. nr mimw.
ment, nnd opjioslio (leorgo 11, Palmer's, Hun X
Sherman, C. A. l'arkhurst and lieorgo W, nil
Hard's dry goods palaces.;
O Y S T E 1! S
for sale lu large or small quantities, and served
lu every st)lu.
J. A. SALSIlUltY, l'ltoc'ii.
Rutland, Nov, r., dim.
jTAICK DUXMOIfE MOUSE,
E. P. IIITClICOOIv, Piioi'iliuiiil!.
J. W. PORTER. M.tSAilEll.
Tilts well known and popular Motel, situated
un the shores of Lake Dunmoie, lta3bcen ro
cently put In thorough repair. Several now
Cottages have been bunt and newly furnished,
nnd will be opened Juno 1st, for tho reception of
boarders and tourists. inaj'.'Sdtf
JP L O It IDA.
i'rom November to May, 1'lorlda Is the fati.r
Ito resort for northern people, but Its limited
hotel capacity pretents tunny from making li
their winter home, who would otherwise do so.
It Is projiosod to build n lirge hotel ut some
point In the state to meet the requirements ot
those who desire superior iiccommoilatlons.
My oxneilencont the St. James lloli'l, Jackson
ville, last winter, enables me lo Hpeak conll
dcntly as to the success or this enterprise.
I'or information as lo plans, sc., address
1 II. OltVIS,
Equinox House, Manchester. VI.
JyTKW DIN.IKO HALL,
, .i ) ; a a x it a k x t 1. 1: u i: .
L W. PISIIElt,
(tiutnh's Hlock,) oi'i'oflm: the Decot,
Sf-Warm Meals nt all hours. Polllo nnd
nttentlte wnllers In altendanco.
l'rosh Oyslem received dally, and sold by tho
gallon, quart or pint,
j.J H A X I) O X HOUS E .
It. DEMINO, Piioi'iiiKToit.
SBTreo Carrlngo to and from tho Depot.
A good I.lverv and llllllnrd Room In connec
tion with tho ilouso. notcdlf
fPIIE PALL TEItM OP TIII2 "i'lUIt'I
X JNGTON, VT., SCHOOL
for young ladlos, will open on
WEDNESDAY, SEITE.MIlEIt loth,
A limited number of boarders taken lntotlio
Principal's family for Iho year.
Por terms apply to tho Principal,
iiii,l.?,re.rV.,!.cV8M1',';c'?!l,enA Angoll, Ann Arbor,
H!cworSti Tk, WCoh,v W
omit$ nml groitisions.
'1- 7 ,
1100T3 AXI1 9IIOES
I v ,
WITHOUT ltEOAHI) TO COST,
I 7 .
TO MAKE ROOM.
1 7 .
THE STOCK WILL HE SOLD AT
As I urn bound to
a I. 0 S !: I T 0 I) 3
l'RKVIOt'S TO OCTOIIl'.lt l.'.Tll
I 7 .
II U 1! I! A It 1) ,
1 7 .
T . C
T. OA I) EX,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers lu
OliOCKItlES AXD PItOVlSIOXS,
CANNED l'liUITS, PICKLES, 4c,
flLASS, EARTH EN WA RE
AND l'ANOY GOODS.
Also, Dealers In
DRY (IOODS, SHAWLS, DRESS OOODS,
HOSIERY, (1I.OVES, AC, AC
An assortment ot
GENTS' PUItXISIIIXG GOODS
constantly on hand.
A (HINTS roll MAIL STEAMERS TO AND
CfDRAl'TIi POlt ANY AMOUNT ON THE
HANKS OP ENfiLANP, IRELAND. SCOTLAND
CORNER PRElnllT AND EVELYN STS.
Q. It E 12 It T U It X 1-2 It
sugaj: nRFTxrxu c)Mi'.xr,
Til WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Orter for sale nil Iho vni loin grades ot Helloed
Sugar of Superior Quality at the Iajw est. Market
Prices. A superior quality ut Whlto Sugar for
Confectioners use. Also,
WIIITI-2 C'OPKEi: A,
COPFKi: EXTltA U,
An I tho lower grades of
)' W X , II' II C A 11 .
Orders to bo Addressed to our oflleo lu New
York, 70 Wall Street, Cor. Pearl.
Parlies ordering 10 barrels can havo them as
TiniMS Tlilrly days, or Cash lu "days, less
Jj per cent. discount.
12. G. ll.VXTElt,
18 5 7. 187.T.
O U D It 12 D S T O It 12 ,
ailOORIUKH AMI) pjtovisroM,
CHEAP POR CASH,
mayltf Mehciiants' Row.
BATTY'S X A 11 0 11 PIOIMiES,
Crosso tc lllackwell's Pickles, flnltord's
Worcestershlru Sauce, Nabob Sauce,, In fact
nearly all kinds of English Pickles can bo found
ut 11 V .MARS HALL'S
U S C A T
(1 It A P E 8
U. W. MARS n ALL'S.
1 JHUXELLAH, PltUXES, Oil EKKIES,
X Poaches, lllockbcrrles, Raspbei Tles.l'liiiiis
Huckleberries. Also, all kinds of tn iltji in cans,
forsulont 11. W. MAR I1IAI.L.
inayld.Vwly (Irovu street. Itu tlunil, Vt.
rPEAB, lroiii r0 cents to 1.75 nlso fresh
.1 (lioiindlOPl'liE, nt
H. W. MAP .BHALL'H
tnnyld.ttt ly Corner ot drove un d West Hts
T7L1C IIOItN tfc MAGNOLI A FLOUH
very choice, for saio at
majlilAwly II, W. MA IISIIALI,
ALAGA Git APES at
A Hock of ko puro Spanish Sheep, of the "Don
Pedro" nnd "trnproved Puular" breeds, belong.
Ingtothocstntoof tho Into Joseph Sheldon or
Pulrliaven. Also w line lambs, -a yearlings, Hi
lltic condition tor shipping; loo fine breeding
ewes and 8 stock bucks. Will bo sold altogether
or In lots to suit customers. Por further partic
ulars, call upon, i address
. ,., S. W. IIAILEY, Adm'ii.
scpiodtf Patrhaven, Vermont.
S A L E
The sub tlbtrluu n Camlv
prising a rcmpletn ouiqt for Inaiiuracturlng
candy, w ii, h ho will sell for less than one-linir
tho oi l ill 1 cost. Also, one heavy Truck Wu
iron, v.! y cheap; and one pair ut Double Work
OEO. W. CHAPLIN, .lu.,
u Merchants' Row.
It i land. May go. mjaiiiitr,
f, on saleT "
My house on the corner of Main and Washing
ton street with or without the two 'houses ad
joining. Also a desirable garden lot on tho south end
.M A I N S T It E E T ,
containing about fitly choice fruit trcets.
.MRS. E. W. llt'NTOON
Enquire of C. P. Iluntoon, ut
LANDON X. IIUNTOON'S.
OUSE AXD LOT POlt SALE.
Situated on the corner nr l'lnn nml r.ui.Mi
streets, I'alrliaten. Vt., roinicily owned by C.
U llabcock. Por terms, ,vc, npplv to
REl HEN T. ELLIS.
l'alrhaten, Vt. Oct si awdtr
y E E It S I! A It U E It
at no. i, oi'EitA i torsi: HLOCK,
Keep a mil assortment or tho following
HOUSE PUItXISIIIXG GOODS
TRENCH CHINA WARE,
TAIILE GLASS WARE,
SILVER PLATED WARE,
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
TASSELS AND CORDS,
LAMPS AND LANTERS,
Wbolusalo mid Itet.ill,
LAMP CHIMNEYS and Hl'RNERS,
Wliolesalo and lift all.
MATTRASSES and I.OPNdES, and
mayldtf DONE TO ORDER.
QJiOVEl! k ItAlCEItS IMPKOYED
SlllITTI.i: AND ELASTIC STITCH,
snwA'u .UAcurxus, .it-., .iv.
At E. N. MERRIAM'S.
pitlNTING. ScIf-IiiUins Peail Press.
X New and valuable Intention. Ktvry busi
ness man should Iiavo one. Presses and out Ills
rrum 110 upwards. Send stamp lor Catalogue of
rresses, lypo, i iu, eie, (iOi.DiNii .c CO., II
Kllby street, lloslon, uug'JSd.VttCm.
rM) PltlXTEItS AXD PUIiLISHEItS.
The (I1.0I1E Paper Co., having duplicates oi
the billowing articles offer them for sale ut low
steam Engine, suitable for running presses,
lloo Card Press,
Smith Hand Press,
Ono Rulo Mllerlng .Machines,
Mid numerous other articles used In a Pilntlng
mUltmXE WATElt WHEELS.
PJtlCH LIST OP THE WETMORE TURIIINE.
Eighty per cent, useful effect guaranteed
at u recent testot u thlrty-slx-lncli Wetmoro
wheel, by Mr. Emerson, at Holjoke, Mass., the
average ot ten trials was oveii i:iiiiiTV-Ttto
PR1CP. LIST OP THE WOI.COTT Tl'HHINE.
f 7n.ou 1 41
itu m is
ais.oo I u
A tlioroiiirhlv built, economical, durable
wheel, ami sold ut ttCsinnll percentage oter
Mill work of all descriptions, to order,
SULLIVAN MACHINE CO.,
Clareniont, N, II.
Oct. 10. dlmo
jT It. DYEIt,
NO. 15 MERCHANTS' ROW,
ion nnd Lead Pipe, Porlnblonndhtntlonary En
gines; Rotary steam, Puree nnd cistern Pumps:
Leather and Rubber Helling; Rubber Hose and
Packing; Rubber Overcoats, (limes and .Mit
tens : btenm and Water il.iuges; Water, Steam
and (las Fittings, and Fixtures, all kinds : Flax
nnd Sonpstone Packing; Cotton Waste, plumb
STEAM, WATER AND OAS PlTTlNd
Dono at short notice, and at prices adapted to
Rutland, May 1, ls73 myliWui
TEAM STONE CUTTElt COMPANY,
Solo proprietors and manufacturers of tho
STONP. CIIANNKl.l'.IO Oil (JUAHRYINtl MA
CHINE, For cutting stono Inlo various sles and ill
;IN ALL KINDS OP tiUAERIES,
OITICK AN11 SIIOI'S,
JOHN W, CRAMTON, Pres'l.
(lEOKOE K. ROVCU, Treas.
CIIA1I1.PS CLARK. Soe'y.
myl ly OEO. J. WAHDWKLL, supt.
MUGS. Wo M'U Peiiiilsnn'n Tugs to
X Printers and Stationers at jieuiiisuiro
lowest wholcsalu prices,
OL01IE PAPER CO.
Don't you seo what It means 1
THE 1S0ST0X CENT STOltE,
OREATr.ST ATTRACTION IN
It, Is WONDERFUL, you will nil say when
J oil seo It. Hut It need only a word or explan
ation and ou will seo why It appears so. This
Is only a branch of the lloslon houses and many
others In several cities of tho United states,
which havo been established for years, and
nlTord tho greatest facilities for Importing and
buying goodsdliectly rrom the niaiiuracliirers,
which are olfered at n very small commission
above tho cost. This need not bo said lo thoso
who examine tho stock, as It shows for Itself.
There Is but one prlco for all, so you need not
ask the price. The goods are warranted lo bo
exactly us represented.
The proprietors wish to say to the people of
Rutland that they uro the unly parlies that
oter Imported this class of goods directly nnd
offered them for sale In this town. It Is the
largest stock, tho tincst goods, nnd latest styles
ever shown In Rutland. Como and see, jou
will netcrbo nsked to call again If younrc not
surprised nt tho quality of tho good for tho
Tills store has been established with the In
tention of making It a permanent business und
ltlslHjp.nl that the people of Itutland and
tlelnlly ttllloMiinlno our stock before they buy
their houso ornamental goods.
Remember It Is located
OPPOSITE THE DEPOT.
THE I10STOX CENT STOltE.
Woaro prepared to Html In new and npproprl.
ate stylo any of the popular
HOOKS, MAGAZIXES AND NEWS
PAPERS o p
1) A Y
AT Till'. VJUIY l.OWKST JIATHS.
American Law Review,
American Oddfellows Magazine,
Applet on' Journal,
lhlllsh Quarterly Review,
lludgci ot l'uu,
Cabinet Makers Album,
cultivator s country Ontlem'n,
Druggists Circular and ;liemlcal Oarette,
Freemason's Monliily Magalne,
nodej's Ladle's Hook,
(llensoii's Literary Companion,
Heart and Hand,
Hall's Journal ot lleallb,
.loui'iiui oi iioi'iicilliure.
Journal ot Pharmacy,
Lotelon Illustrated NettF,
lnndon Ret tew,
esliu's Illustrated News,
Leslie's Lady's Magazine,
l.lilell'.s I.ltlng Age,
Manufacturer mid Uullder,
Medical and Surgical Reporter,
Medical anil surgical Journal,
M as.ielutserl s Teacher,
North American Review,
isew i.ngiauii rainier,
old and New,
our Y'ouug Polk,
Oliver optic's .Magalne,
Our Hoys and (Hrls.
Popular science Monthly,
Science of Health.
Student und Schoolmate,
Sunday School Times,
Van Nustrand's Erlectlc En-)
vt lines spirn or tno lines,
Wit and Wisdom,
Wood's Household Magazine,
Siiinnles of lltndliiLr can alwavs bo found In
our Countlng-rooip, or we will send prices by
man on application.
Missing numbers of any Magazine or Newspa
per furnished If desired.
rariicuilll uui-iimm lu
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Printers and llook.blnders,
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mWENTY DOLLARS REWARD
Will bo paid for tho
DETECTION, ARREST AND CONVICTION
ot Iho person or persons who, wantonly nnd
maliciously, mutilated tho stonn erected to tho
memory ot iny mini nt uiu miuuuu lomctcry
Hi this place.
She guttumt gnily (Slobc.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMI1I2R 12, 1873.
illlllimlN In :iilcngo.
A match game of billiards for .1,000
was played at Kingsbury Hall, Chicago, on
Salmd.iy ulght. Ttvo thotuantl spectators
were present. The contestants were Mau
rice Daly, of" New York, and George
Slosson, of Chicago. The game, was the
French carom, Daly git ltij; Slosson odds
of 100 in COO. The game commenced slow,
both playing brilliantly nt times, and again
missing tho simplest shots. Totvnrds the
close Daly, tilthoiigh liehlnd, played ttilh
great nerve, nml when on the point of win
nlng the gamo n "kiss" defuated him.
Slosson, with odds r,oo
Tho largest runs undo wero i Daly, 4t ;
Slosson, 38. Tho winner's average was
5 03-100; the loser's I! 8-11. Tho game
closed at a quarter to one Sunday morn
Inc. A .11 oil el City.
Vlnekitid Is situated in Cumberland
county, on Iho Southern New Jersey Rail
way, between New York and Philadelphia,
only 31 miles from tho latter city.
Wo might say, that this flourishing town
no covers lands that nine yeirrs since,
comparatively, was a wildcrncts of oaks
and pines, of the lesser growth, and not
only the hunter, but tho citizens of larger
settlements will ho surprised when they
come nnd behold this fine flourishing set
tlement of industrious and intelligent in
habitants of to-day, comprised, mostly of
tho middle classes of middle ago In life,
the beautiful roads, streets, avenues, walks
gardens, orchards, and fields, ns they arc
artificially laid out and worked at present.
No .Macadamized road in Europe or
America, that I have ever passed over ex
cel the roads of Vineland.
This is not only the model hut "pro
inium City" of tho tjorld, in the order of
its arrangements, and the manner and force
of its by-laws, as they are laid and carried
out by.its people.
Embracing several denominations und
sects of the Christian Religion, who preach
and claim to follow the teachings of the
Nazarene, not less than nine churches have
been built and occupied wlicro "tho word
of God" is claimed to bo preached on the
Sabbath, schools nnd other appendages su
perior to many of the older towns, Vine
land is a rjuiet place, where ono can find
spiritual rest and spir'tual food. Alcoholic
drinks arc not, nor cannot be dealt out
here, according to the usages and by-laws
of the place, from its organization. You
find none hero reeling in tho streets, as
though their hats, which they carry, wore
top heavy. The climate Is puro and mag
netic, and the pcopb, who havu settled
here, have been quietly moved to come,
more by electrical force and attractions than
they have by ncees.-ity. Tho inacliino shops
or anything that needs a TurifT to protect
them, or Rank to build them up.
The Central avenue U 100 feet in width,
and no house can stand within twenty feet
of the outside lino of any avenue or street
The latter nru laid out 75 feet aside. Lindis
avenue is ten miles in length, dotted witli
villas nnd dwellings the whole length, in one
direct straight shoot. The same engineer
ing over the whole town. There is nlrea ly
numbered 3000 inhabitants of the American
stock. A settlement of the better class of
Italians one now coming on every train,
daily from N. Y., who have selected farm
lands In tho south westerly pan of this town
ship, often miles square.
Purchasers of a portion of these lands
must build and settle them. In some points,
about one-fourth ncru covered the lot, In
other localities, ten acres comprises ono
farm, where fruits and vegetables arc easily
grown. Vineyards of grapes are quito com
mon ; tho vines arc quite vigorous and
healthy, as well as tho larger fruits grown.
Cranberries are also grown here, as well as
elsewhere In the state, with profit to tho
cultivation, exceeding many other kinds of
crops. Thu growth of tobacco, and twin
brother of whiskey is not encouraged, and
but few of its inhabitant" are U'ing'.tho weed,
In my next, I will speak of its socialsystcm
4c, briefly. I have given you some gen
eral details of the town that has come up,
like magi , In the wilderness of New Jer
sey. Thine as ever,
s. tv. j.
't'lio llvilllgelieal Anmoclalloil.
At the pesshm ol tho Evangelical asso
ciation In Philadelphia, a tew days since,
Ilishop Cummins defined the three cardinal
errors of the illualKtle party to he, the
false doctrines of the leal presence, the
sacerdotal characler of Ihe Lord's supper,
and sacerdotal characler nf tho priesthood
and personal confession und absolution.
Hb said that on cnlering a chinch in Prov
idence, R. I,, erected to the memory ol
Iilshop llensliatv, he was horrified to liud
a regular altar, not n communion tabic,
adorned tt ilh flowers and candles. Thete
Is, he continued, now in exislcnco n secret
society In the Episcopal church, which is
called the Confraternity of tl.o Hlesscd
Sacrament numbering three hundred nnd
seventy-seven associates, of which si.My
llvo are inlnlslcis. At one of the meetings
of the confraternity the cilllclatliig clergy
man sang Aninit Chrirtl, which tvns com
posed by Ignatius Lyola.the founder of Jesu
itism. The bishop lamented the piogess that
ritualism was study and steadily making,
and could seo no remedy for II except n revi
sion of tho prnycf book. Judge Chambers,
ho remarked, oucu said ho would like to
add to tho litany in tho singlo prayer i
"Prom all futuro changes hi the prayer
book, good Lord ilclitcr us," lie, how
ever, would only change a singlo ttord, anil
that word was "pi lest." lis eradication
would reform and revise the tt hole prayer
hook, but he had no hope that such reform
would ever bo accomplished,
A Smart Hoy, Tho piclty playfulness
with tthlch Utile children charm away the
cares of their patents Is illusliali'd by
touching occtirrenco In Indiana. A hoy
of six years, after watching tho laundry
proceedings, and especially the way in
which the wrinkles In tho linen disappeared
before the flat-iron ictlred to meditate in
tho room wlicro his father was taking his
nttciMlinncriiap. There gazing upon tho
furrows which years of struggle had made
upon tho marbiu brow of his patent, ho was
seized by n beautiful Idea. In less than a
minute- that devoted little boy was smooth
ing out thoso marks of tlmo and sorrow
with a very hot flat-iron Life docsnt
seem so happy to his young heart uow n
it used to.
Willlston has a lecture course. The first
lecture was delivered by Rev. J. Edward
Wright of Jlontpeller. 'I he next lecture
will l,o delivered by Rev. II. A. Greene of
ItorthfleldXev. 12. Subject! -'Tho open
Rev. John J. Lewis, formerly pastor of
the Unitersnlist church, hut for six years
past iiilni.terofthe llroadway church, S -uth
llo'ton, has been making a brief visit to his
old friends and parishioners In Willistou
James Johns, of Statksboro, formerly of
Huntington, nnd tho eccentric and veteran
oditoroftlie Auto ytaph and Jltmarker, has
become inanc on account of his religious
belief. Ho lias professed to believe that
there Is ho God, nnd thinks ho has ruined
many young men by preaching his pernicious
Thomas Hill of West Charlotte had sonic
twenty sheep killed nnd wounded by dogs,
last Wednesday, ' b '
Hon. ,1. ,1. Deavilt or St. Albans, pur
chased, on the ISlli tnt., of Judge J. Ii.
Hubbard, three hundred nnd ono acres of
land in Franklin, including the Vaughn
farm, together with all the hay In tho barns
on tho premises, for tho sum of 15,340,
liutter sells lit Fairfax nt 30 to 33 cents
The funeral services of Mrs. Ann Eliza
Proiulily nnd her three children, who died
of yellow fever at Memphis, were held at
Alburgh on Sunday last Nov. 0.
Tho village of Morrisvllle still continues
to grow. I'ivu nice houses are in process
of construction. The Congregational
Church is undergoing very general repairs
and will be when it is completed, tho
best church in l.amolllu County.
1 he People's Academy at MorrUvillo,
which has prmpcrod tinder the manage
ment of the late lamented P. C. Hathaway,
has now a full new board of instruction.
Geo A. Gates, A. 11., of St. Johnsbury, is
An iron safe CMorse pattern) was blown
up by burglars, Wednesday night, in the
office of the mills of Etey, Frost & Co., at
Ilrattleboro As nothing was kept in the
safe but books and pipers, the propctrators
secured no money for their trouble.
W. II. Walker of Ilrattleboro who fortwo
years has been raising sheep near Denver,
Col., is meeting witli good success He
has now throe herds, and this spring, out
of one herd of 900 ewes, including yearlings,
oOO brought forth twins, and oven ids year
lings yielded from flvo to nine pounds mt
wool per head. His rams were from Vermont.
Tun A.Mr.itiatN Iloini. at Huiu.isgto.v.
Occasionally tto have calls to Riirline
ton, and have had brief seasons of sojourn
in its hotels for many years At first wo
vacillated In choosing our hotel, and alter
nately n-cillntrd between the American,
thu old Hint ard Hotel (now thu Van Ness
Hotel), the now defunct City Hotel and
tho ancient Stanton House. V have en
joyed many of their excellencies and en
dured several of lliclr discomforts. Rut
wo don't do so any more. Wc have found
r.n abiding place when called to continue,
no matter how briefly,in the Queen Cityan
lio.-tehy from which no ono moves oil niter
enjoying ils bountiful faie, choice delica
cies und rourtcoiisnllcntlono. without ttl-h-ing
he could take tho hotel, its landlord and
chief clerk along with him, on Ins journey
in search of a better land for a better
landlord, nr a more com tonus chief clerk
than ate .Messrs, Crane and Vickcry of tho
American Hotel, Rurlington, one never
expects to meet with in his terrestrial
travels. When tto go up higher wo mnv
And them excelled but then the bill o'f
fnic one will crave up there will doubtless
be different; tte will essay no comparison.
Thu Gku.vt Clock or Sn:Asii-i:an. A
correspondent of the Salem, N. Y., 1'mt
thus describes the stiiking of tho great
clock at Strasburgh :
The next day tve went to see the clock
strike the hour of twelve. We got thcie
about ten minutes bel'mo twelve nud found
a great many people already in the room,
and mora coming every moment. Wo look
position in front nf the clock, which occu
pied one side of tho room, und which is
separated from that part of tho cathedral
tt here Iho services are held only by large
curtains. Three minutes before twelve the
room was crowded. Precisely at noon a
figure leprescnting Youth sttlkcs with a
small hammer ou a bell betore him four
times, then death takes it up and strikes
Ilic rem lining eight. Above Death stands
Christ with his hand raised, and his twelve
apostles past before hlni, und at each his
hand falls ns if in the act of blessing them.
And at the siiiie time a roo.-tcr appears at
the light hand of Christ and his apostles,
claps his wings and crows three limes, his
voice sounding vciy natural the whole
thing occupying less than thicc minutes,
llclotv nil nils that Is in the lower portion
of the clock are the E nth and the .Moon,
both of which mote just ns they should.
It nlso shown the day of the mo'nth and
year, and every fourth year gives February
Prom the Limerick County Chronicle of Oct., '73.
IlllereMIng lllscuver) in Itio VnulU
of 111 n ISllllk ot i:nglllilil.
It Is not generally known, says a Lon
don rono.-pondent, that uudcr the provi
sions of Us ancient ohuitcr, the Governor
and coipnratiiin the Rink of England
aie obliged lint only to purchase ut their
fair value any precious metals tcudeicd to
Ihem, but are also obliged to take charge
of any gold or silver, iii Inputs or plute,
that may he brought lo them tor safe keep
ing. Prom time to time plate chests have
been deposited with this view in the vaults
othe hank, and many of them have been
there so long that they me rotting away.
Ou a recent occasion the servants of tho
bank discovered a chest which, on being
moved, literally fell to iiicces. On exam
iug the contents a quantity of missive plate
tt as discovered of Ihe pet lod ol C'h irlcs II.
Tluscirciim-tituco might not in Itself be In.
tcresliug.but Ihcte tt astound with tho (pinto
n parcel which piovcd lo boa bun lie of
old love letters caietully arranged nccord.
ing lo their date. An inspection of them
tetealed a coi'iesiioiidencu of tender and
romantic desciiiition, cm rled on during the
pel lod of the Restoration Tho name of
Ihe wilier wcie found tube Rerncrs, and
after considerable search among tho ar
chives of the tho institution, it was found
that a family of that name had been con.
necled with tho bank about Iho tune in
question. The (III colors being a'.istled
that a gentleman of the same name now
living, is tho lineal representative ot Ihe
owner of tho owner ot tho plate nnd love
lettets, both haio been handed to him,
Tho pdalo lias been sent to Me.-sis. Lam
bert, the celebrated silversmiths in tho
llayniatUet, to be cleanod, Jnnd tho newly
discotcrcd owner has permitted it to bo
shown to any one Interested In plato of the
period. The lovo letters nro not, however,
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over oo millions havo been used within the
past ten j ears, without complaint ot loss by tag
becoming detached, All Enpicss Companies
Use them, hold by Printers and Stationers
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