TIIR RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1873.
Letter from Vliiclamt,
Editor Rutland Glolt : It 1ms passed the
rcmembranco of some, that Franklin ltlch
anlson, of Vcrslilre Vt., was fully deprived
of his sight, at the age of seven months,
and before ho arrived at manhood was laid
out In a coffin, packed in ice, and "dead,"
awaiting four days In that condition, for tlio
arrival of relatives from Massachusetts be
fore tho burial scrvlco and Interment should
tako place, llutsuspiclonsof llfowcro per
ceived by tho molsturo collected on tho In
ner coffin glass the body was taken out
from its Icy bed, and manipulated until It
was resurrected into life again and to this
.I.. nlnl.nnlinn beilM lllO COUIlOIllCIl of
"Tho Ullnd Spirit Medium," who sees now
by tho Inner, or Clairvoyant sight, and Is
under control of sonio unseen power, ...
most continually. This blind prodigy, was
here, at VlnclanJ, recently, delivering
practical lectures, on various topics, that
would do credit to older heads In science,
mil elocution, or better educated scholars,
Sometimes, when under spirit control, or
Intranced, ho is seemingly holding a blblo
In bis left hand, and turning its leaves with
his right, reading chapters correctly, or
with littlo variations, correcting parts In
tliu translation thereof.
Wo havo another blind medium here,
at present, who was born in Huck County
Pennsylvania, which has astonished tho
literary, religious and scientific world, by
powers manifested through him from day
to day, and time to time, for many years
bevond the uifts of the normal man. Horn
of Quaker parents, and educated a Quaker,
blind, totally, from infancy. Last evening
among a circle of friends, thero was a dis
agreement about tho time o' night, lie,
Samuel Paist says, "Oh. I can tell you
tho time; it wants only seven minutes
eight." I then looked nt my watch, ami
found be was correct: but I had known him
repeatedly before to tell the time to a min
ute. After tho lauith was over, this Mini'
subject says, to A. H. Jones, Esq., win
was reading the Jtulland Wkhki.y (Iloiik
nf the 7tb. "I wish you would read to us
what Is said about dogs in that paper,
which be soon found on another page, nm
read to the amusement of us all. Mr. P.iist
has been a Clairvoyant many years, and I'
well known in Philadelphia and elsewhere
lie relates the following: "Some years
ago, in tho city of Philadelphia, two was
called to deliver a funeral discourse to th
relatives of an cstimablo elderly lady, then
deceased, by the naino of "Gaily." (It ap
pears that before Ibis service nt the house,
n search had been made for her spectacles.
without success.) "As I was entranccdam
addressing the mourners, with tho deepest
solemnity' in the room where the corps
was confined in its coffin, of a sudden tho
spirit of Mrs. Gaily appeared before nie,
This scene partly brought mo out of my
trance condition. I at once stopped speak.
ing, when she approached and whispered in
my ear and says, "tell my friends that they
will find my spectacles in the vaso on top
of tho shelf in tlio parlor cupboard." I re
pcated tho words, which, at that juncture o
this mourntul occasion, appeared so ridicu
lous, the audience laughed. Hut as soon
as tho service was concluded, tho spectacles
were found as represented by the spirit."
And, now, while I am writing, a citizen
of this village enters into tlio presence o
tho blind medium, complaining that he bad
bad a writ and notice served to attend a
concert in an adjoining town ; it was of con
siderable importance. This blind medium
immediately entered into bis sphere of
troubles, and gavo good legal advice to bis
brother, who was so well satisfied of bis
ability, that ho made nn agreement, and
engaged him, as his only council, to go and
plead, and manage the suit on tho part of
the defendant. It is useless to longer deny
this unseen force, acting upon us in so many
ways and forms at present every where,
more anon. s. w. .1.
Vineland, N. J. Nov. 12, 1873.
From tho St. Jolinsbury Caledonian.
A Prisoner G'miglit A I.ollL' and l'.x
A month ago we noticed the escape of
Hichard Wilson from Railroad street, nud
the exciting chase after him up Mooso
river and through the Works' Woods. On
the early train last Sunday morning, Wil
son was placed In jail at tills place, having
been arrested in Iirooklyn, N. Y. The his
tory of his travels since that notable day
when he forded the swollen river and took
to the woods, is quite interesting. After
nightfall Wilson returned from Ids cover
in thu woods to St. Jolinsbury, and obtain
ing a coat nt bis sister-in-law's, (ha lost his
In crossing tho river), and rcconnoitcring
the jail in tho hope of seeing and commu
nicating with bis wife, ho started for Is.
land I'ond being helped off, as ho says,
by parties in this place. From tho I'ond
he went into Canada, and eventually to
to Montreal. Very goon after Ills escape
.Mr. Johnson took measures to have him
spotted if be should go to Canada, by em
ploying a detective there. This officer soon
tracked him to Inverness and Montreal,
and ascertained that ho had left that city
fur New York, and so reported to Mr.
Johnson. Meanwhile Johnson learned
that Wilson had a brother in Hiooklyn.anil
had employed n detective of that city to
watch for lilm. On Tuesday of last week.
.Mr Johnson received n dispatch that his
man was discovered 111 jirooKiyu, .lolm-
j'.'i took the llrst train, but on i-enclihiir
that city found that Wilson had left, be
having received a telegram from some one
in Vermont, informing lilm that they weio
on ids track. Tho detective with .Mr.John-
mm followed lilm to Patterson, N J., and
then back to Iirooklyn, without once get
ting eight of their man.
Thus things went on until last Friday
evening, tho dctcctlvo with Mr. Johnson
watching all the saloons and places ot ie
suit among tho lower classes in tho city
They visited two or thrco saloons on this
evening. On tho pretext of wishing to sc.
cure lodclmrs. tho dctcctlvo ascci tallied
from a man who was carrying a pitcher of
beer into tlio upper rooms, that a party of
men wero overhead drinking, and that one
01 uiciii nicy caucii jjick. Tho oillccr ill
once Inferred that this Dick was the man
he was looking for j and procuring two
pouco omccrs, no gavo mem nnd Mr. John
son instructions, ami tauing thu latter by
tho arm they groped their wny In tho daik
up two flights of stairs, followed closely
by tho polico. Putting Mr. Johnson abend
to recognize tho game If there, they
knocked and opened the door immediately
after, when behold, Dick Wilson was the
first man to ho seen. Mr. Johnson stepped
lorwaru at onco and seized ins nana, ex
prcBslmr much nlcasuro ut mectlmr lilin
lioforo Wilson or his comrades had timo to
think what was up, the officers had tlio
irons on lilm. Mr. Johnson then removed
his disguise, and Wilson for tho first time
recognized mm, exclaimed. " Uy
Johnson, you've caught mo r
As noon aa they comprehended what was
up, some of tho dozen or more In tho party,
began to show fight, and demanded to see
tho officer's papers. Wilson assured them
it waa all right and ho was hurried out of
tho rough crowd and off to the station, aud
from thero ho was taken to jail In this
place. Tho oillccr Informed lilm that ho
need not go with Johnson without a requi
sition upon IUO uovernor uuiess no unusu
to : but Wilson avowed himself willing to
CO, mill UCCiarCU 10 itir. .luiwouu null no
camoiicar giving himself up tho night ho
came back licro after n coat. He said ho
lad become tired of dodging the olllcers ot
nstlrn. and worse than that ho did not
Ike to think of his wife In jail.
Wllann liml nn examination nt the I nil on
Monday, and was put under ono thousand
dollar bonds for bis appearance at the De
cember term or court.
Prom tho Columbus (Oa.) Enquirer, Oct. 25.
A lloy'N Milclilo.
A YOl'XO Ilt'NAWAY KILLS HIMSELF HATllKI
THAN nCTt'l'.N' TO 1US KBLATIS'ES.
On Tuesday afternoon last, at about three
o'clock, after tho close of the public
schools. C harlos Terrv. need sixteen years
son of Dr. Carlisle Terry, and Kddlo
Avcritt, about the same age, son ot Mr.
David Avcritt, merchant, left tho city afoot
with tlio Intention of taking the night train
at Salem, Ala., nnd making their way to
Texas. It was n sliango adventure aim n
long and fatiguing wall; for boys of their
.car : but they reached haicm in iimo to
ml tho n Urlit accommodation train on
Western railroad, which passed there about
Kin. m. After their natcnts hail discov
ered that tlio boys bad absconded they saw
the various railroad conductors, notified
them of the aualr and gavo directions to
have the boys arrested and brought back.
Acting in accordance ivuu mosu instruc
tions George Hughes, conductor on the
Western railroad, when lie had reached
Salem, allowed the boys to get aboard nnd
a.iM nnlhliiL' about bis Instructions until
reach in: Opellka. Tlicro the conductor
Birnimil fmm the train, notified a nollcc-
mm nt i insiri.pf 1 i ti I iso nun ruiiiiusiL-ii
lilm to arrest the boys nnd return them to
their parents. After tho policeman bad
made the arrest and put the bovs on the
return train, "Eddie, said Charlie, "they
have rail" it us." I linrlic answered, "les,
they have caught 113 out this time, but this
Is not the only chance we will have to get
nw.iv." lie also Intimated that he would
not return alive, which threat, It seems, be
had prcvioiKlv made while 011 the trump
to Salem. A little lifter 13 o clock, while
the train was yet standing on the track at
Opellka, a young man who had to go out
lor cause, handed 111s pi-101 to tnc ponce-
.:,, n,nnnr.f l.n 1.,,,'., I,1 l'lilln&tf'l1
ii..,u in t-imiki. v.. 11. . ..1... .-..,...,.. ...
1111 to keen t until he icturnc.l. 'the old
ncr alter ho d 1 r It awhile aid 11 down on
the seat, which Charlie noticing, asked, "Is
that a good pistol !" Tho nlllc'er replied he
thought it was. Charlie then said, "Let
me see If voti are not afraid. 1 bo oillccr.
telling him be was not afraid, handed the
wennon to tho bos'. In almost 1111 instant.
after getting the pistol in Ids hand, Charlie
put the muzzle to ids light temple, and
with his thumb pulled the trigger nnd sent
the contents through his brain, the ball
lodging against the skull, from which death
ensued In less than ten minutes, tho boy
breathing his last about twenty minutes
past twelve o'clock. His body was brought
back, and reached hero nlioui lour n. 111.
Wc shall not attempt to paint the agony
ot tho loud parents on receiving the com.
dead form ot their bright, promising boy
It was a scene too awful fur description
and one of those crusliinz. ovcrwhelmm:
blows which ever and anon turn bright
hanpv life into the il.iik night nt hopeless
Uoth boys were members of the public
schools Eddie being a member of the
highest class in the boy's school, and
Cliatlio at the high school at the female
academy. He was a bright, prouusln
youth, a close student, and an cariiest,con
stant reader. Unfortunately for him, il
wo ate correctly Informed, ids general lead
bur hut ,uit lmmi nf llint. plinriipter pnlelll.l,
teiito sticngthcn ids intellect or balance
bis judgment, it being of tho class of liter,
ature destructive to me minus ami inoran
of the rising generation. His mind had lie
come so lull ot "love romance and thrill
Inu adveiiluio that ho longed to make
hero of himself, and hence his attempt at
adventure and the tragic fate In which it
It Is but mat to the luients of these boyi
to say that thero was nothing in their homo
surroundings which should have inclined
them to run away. Each bad loving imi
tender parents, and attractive and pleasant
homes. 1 heir conduct seems mono to nav
been promoted by the boyish desire for ex
tltemcnt and adventure. The melancholy
denouement of tho affair is one of those
mysterious tilings which will sometimes
happen, but cannot be easily understood
"ANTED Hands to work on fine
A good opportunity to secure steady employ.
incut anu goon withes uy applying 111 uneu 10
noiCdtf SS W. McCAI.L.
AHltK ACADEMY. The Winto
Term will becln on Thursday. Dec. IIU.
For board, rooms, or catalogues, address
.1. S. M'AULliINO,
novl3dcodiw3w liarre, Vermont
A V E V 0 U S K E is
V II : S T K J!
V It O 0 K A M M E
Ai AND WINTEIl TliADK, 187:1.
W. W. M.CAIJ,
Would say to Ids numerous old customers, and
tho public generally, that ho Is now opening
very fine slock of WOOI.I'NS, and other piece
goods adapted to tlio season, of tho best dual
Ity, which lie will make up to order In tlio most
stjllsli, desirable and fashionable manner, at
prices which will correspond iillh tlio times,
Customers leasing their orders with lilm need
havo no scruples In regard to getting their
clothes cut to lit nicely. Ills long experlenco
svarrants that. Alterations, 0110 after another.
are perplexing to a customer, and never suit
when done. Customers can avoid all such In
conveniences by calling at the old stand, op
posite tlio Depot, and got their garments cut
aim inaue as they should bo; ulso, cuttlm
uoiio for others to make up.
octS'Jillf V. SV. MiX'ALL,
TrETEWNAKY.-Dr. F. C. Wilkinson'
? (lre.lt KllL'll&l. Cnilldl Pmvilltrs. for llnrwr.
only. A suro euro for Coughs, Colds, swelling
of tho (Hands, Soro Throat, ICpldemle, Catarrh,
iioisu Ail, and all diseases or tho Throat 11111
These powders aro safe ut all times, being
u'ii r.Vi.L1 t. '" .'roJis. 1 rt'ii.ireu ny r . u,
li !' .. ciern.aryMirL'eon, uiaremont,
Ni, 1 ' "r salo by c. I'. SviNlV, agent for Hut
...... ,,winj. UCWUU1W
WOItD TO THE WISE, ETC
?.!",, !,'"'T?K v stramter camo to Itutland
fow days s neu w III, 1, .,,1,.,,,
iiot!?.n,v',,".tt'u '". Ihu ,lo,lso l'urnlsliliig lino,
Ho called at our store, matin a few nurcTiasus
aim 1 lien visiieu several oilier stores. Shortly
....... .... uKtwu uiiuni.m "wuerover 1 naio
been to Inquire fur Hoods tho answer was lliey
nro Kent lv '
WEEK'S &, llAltlll'lt,
n i 1.1 11 7 to. buy what I want, S',
..wu.u u4,l?u Ml, I, Iiu UIU IUUK1I1- lor
1IOU8K FU11NIS1UNO O O O 1) H ,
and would savo time and shoe leather, 10 Ilnlsh
...v.. u.v..,v.u,.uu... uuuiu ,1-uiriumuuHlOrO .
OCtlldtf WEEKH & llAltllKIt.
Merchants USint? nrlntml wrnrml ni- .1l, .in
well to consult us before ordering, as we make
m low figures as Now York or lioston Houses,
and glvo better accommodations In assortliiK
Iota, while a great saving can bo mado on
"Bisui, wi-uuis ivuusit w,
fc S II E HMAK
8 R 0,000. 00
D It Y U O O I) s
Silks, Velvets, Cashmeres, Poplins, Flannels,
Skirts, Underwear, Hosiery and (botes, I.a-1
ccs, notions, i.incns. rianucovers, .funis,
Paisley Shawls, Cloaklngs,
Ladles' Cloth, Plush,
Velveteens. Vlnue. blankets.
11 h A C IC GOODS.
hree times the variety of any house In Ver
C () It S K T S .
Thompson's (lloio liltlmr. it.TS. reduced: He-
lene, $1.00, reduced from 11.25; Hip (lore, C5c,
reduced; good corsets, 4."iC.i 1 lie best dollar cor
set in America.
SlllUTS AND DKAWKHS.
Tlin best, dollar vest and drawers In Vermont.
. T. Stewart Co's make. l.7.s. S.00. !l.25. 2.W.
1,00 1110 cneapesi goons 111 innworiu. twios.
MMN'l'M. ,ir.e.. s vnnN. llcst, Drllitn. toe. Col
on Flannel, like. French prints, soe: reduced
Irom "(ie. I' lencn prims, iwe; rcmiceu irom ,
selveleen f.sc., ror 1 minium,'. 1.1. eneieen,
fl.wi ror Bacques. sine no f.'.,is, lor sacques.
1 1 k nil r.:u. v lie si.'i.iri.
The larce.st slock and lightest and best storo
All persons In debt to II. II. Hurt, or Hurt
Sherman, are requested to pay the same at
Ill HI .V SlIini.MAA.
Nov. 4, is;::.
IN'SMAN iS: KOSS
SVIsli Innnv tntlielr l'llllINHS and tho nubile
generally, (notwithstanding 0110 of our brother
mereii.nus says wu Keep 110 nrsv emss kwu"i
inaiwonao lecenen, me iresei.L ees. an'
MAM .MOTH STOCK,
Including a lull line of
VOHK and (lUHi'ItE LACES,
(ll.MI'.S and FHlNflEs;
bought cheap and llrst finality.
HOSIEliV AND KID (ll.OVES,
and n full llneot
and a world of
1) H E S S
(1 O O 1) S
at twenty-llve cents a yard and upward.
SS'n want, monev. and will make It for the In
terest of any one wanting coous In our lino to
give us a can.
: r r 1: in o 1: s .1 r r i: it x s .
siii:ai:s and scissons,
OKIOINAL ONE litlCII STOKE.
No. 3, Merchants' Itow,
JUKNIIAM & TEMPLE'S
ISSU It A N C E A G E N C Y ,
.ETNA INSURANCE COMI'ANY,-
11AKTFOIII1 liltl: INSUHANCE CO.,
l'KENIX INSUHANCE CO., N, Y
IitANKI.IN INSUHANCE COMPANY,
INSUHANCE CO. nf NO. AMEKICA,
PIKKNIX INS. CO., II.SHTFOHD,
NATIONAL nili: INSUHANCE CO.,
PENNSYLS'ANIA INSUK.S'CE CO.
Assets, tl,MO,ooo 00
Tho ubovo stroll); list of Companies repre-
Dl Hill. Ul
HURN'ILUl is TE.MI'LE.
Opera House, Kl'TLAND, VEHMONT.
II E V E It M O N T L I F K
1 N S i; R A X C E C 0 M V A N Y,
OF I1UHL1NOTON, VEHMONT.
oi'i'ici:, 1'ixk nuiiMxa, cou.mn nr.,
Incorporated October stli, iscs.
Assets January 1st. 187!). . Sll!!l.208.!t8.
Surplus including capital, M 41 In assets to
lUVll fl.w ,. illtUIIILIOS.
Surplus exclusive ot capital, $1.21 In assets to
each h.ooin liabilities.
Eiery deslrablo form of jiollcy Issued at even
ia.es H un uiiy . U..I.O.U eoiii pany, or lower.
ENDOWMENTS' AT LIFE HATES A SPE
Five Important privileges secured In this
form of nollcy,
1st. Tho term may bo reduced at any timo by
2d. Non-forfeiting on tlio paid-up policy plan.
3d. Non-forfcltltig on tho "tomuorary In
surance" nlan for tho full amount of the nollcy.
It ti. Tlio accrued val no of thu iKilleymaybo
received at any timo alter lls'e payments havo
Mh. Tho deferred neeumulntlnns will bo dlvi.
dod among tho surviving policy holders nt in-
ALL POLICIES AltH NON-FOHFEITINQ UPON
Every policy holder will havo tho benefits ot
..is own investments secured to nun.
Send for circulars ot rates and plans, or call
iu ui inu uiueu anu cxamino tor yourgcitus.
PATRONIZE HOME INSTITUTIONS!
nuasKI, D. TAFT, President,
WAltltEN OI1IUS. Seerotarv.
(ovfj5 ami Sin Waw.
UNN & CHAMTON,
Manufacturers of all kinds ot
and dealers In
PLANISHED. HltlTANNIA. .lAl'Af.
AND WOODEN WAItKB
of every description.
HUOOMS, llltUHHES AND HASKETS.
nnd a general assortment of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Special facilities for lobbing all kinds of
TIN AND (1LAS3 SVAItK.
8S-AI1 kinds of biutbii taken In exchango for
NO. 14 MEKCHANTS' HOW.
Itutland, Vt., May 1, 1S73. myldlf
Il M O A L
S. (I. Stalev. of the late firm of stales' A: Lin-
titiieott. has rcniosed his business from No. s;
Center St., to No. 12 Merchants' How, where ho
has formed a Copartnership with Messrs. Dunn
.v. Cranitou, under tho Arm name ot s. (I. staley
.ten. Ho will be nleased to see all ot his old
customers, and as many new ones as will favor
nun wiui a can.
O . S T A L E Y & CO.
NO. 12, MKIICIIANTS' How,
STOVES AND HOT AIH FURNACES,
Tho Stewart and Now American Cooklnc
Stoves, for both wood and coal, constantly 011
nana. .Manufacturers 01 aim ueaiers 111
COPI'KIt. TIN AND SHEET IKON WAKE.
I L U M 11 I N (t
In all Its branches; Hath Tubs, svater Closets
uas anu waiei riping, anil r ulings ur
TIN HOOFINd AND .HDEHINll
Of all kinds promptly attended to. None
skillful and reliable workmen employed.
all worn: :titn.ixTni;.
HKUKMBKlt, 2 DOORS NORTH OF T1IK OI'KIIA I10CS1:
T O V E S .
CELElHtATED FAKMEKS' AND MECHANICS'
COOK S T O V E S ,
SVITII ELEVHAI El) OVENS,
aro now being mado at tho
V 1 T T S F O It D F V It N A C E .
Also four sizes of
FhUT K J) II O X S T OVK S
Theso Stoves, belnir made of llin IMtlsffinl
Charcoal Iron, will out last any other stoves
made, and will be sold as low as stoves made
or nam eoa' iron. Apply 10.
auiwdsm liTTsroiiu. S't.
(Clotliiiuj K furnishing ffioort!
NEW GOODS I
HATES' HOUSE CORNER STORI
For Fall and Winter wear.
MENS' HOYS' and CHILDKHNS' SUITS,
All styles and prices.
BLUE, 1ILACK & I1HOWN
SII.VEIt AND CASTOH
All sizes and st les.
H A T S A N I) O A 1'
Of every description.
GENTS' FURNISHING OOODS,
LADIES' AND OENTS' TKAVHI.INd 1IAOS,
Sif Sas'o inonev bv buvbiL' iroods nt thn
.mies- ..uusu uorner piore, si .Mercuaius' uow
.VASON i: JEKKOWSKI.
C L () T II I N (1
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
O V E R 0 O A T S ,
All graded for .Mens' nud Hoys' svear.
Flno llluu nnd.OHvo
11 E A V E It SHI T 8 .
DIAOONAL SUITS ALL STYLLS.
FANCY CA8S1MEHE SUITS
ot every description.
floods shown with pleasure nnd'sold atrprlcca
tht dofy competition.
A. O. CUNNINGHAM,
No. b CiNitR St., Opposite the Depot,
JANDON & II U N T O O N,
Wholesale and Itetall Dealers In
1HON, STEEL, NAILS, &o., &o., &a.
general Assortment ot
11 r. L t imi, l a a 1 n ,
TIMOTHY, CLOVER, ANI) ALL
NOVA SCOTIA PLASTER.
LODI MANUFACTtmiNO CO.'S I'OUDHETTE
A FULL LINK OF
C II E A P F O R 0 A S II
11 A R R UT
T'S () L I) S T O R E
:Vl G. KINGS LEY.
I'lI.DEKS' AND CAHINKT
SVeymoull. lino Finishing and Empire; Cut
.:uis, iron, aieui, enains, ac.
ni..i. ivn.v. il n n HJAl.-liE.ST,
Sleel, Iron, licks, Ames' Shovels, masting Pow,
der (goiernment proof), Fuse, Lnrgu
;l)riU Files, Steel Striking Hum-
mers. Handles, A-e.
MANILLA HOPE AND COKDACJC.
CIKCULAK AND SVOOD SASVS,
PAIN T S ,
oils, S'ainlshes, (Hue, Sand Paper, llrtlsues, ie.
OLASS AND riJTTV.
A splendldl Ino of Tablo and 1'ocket Cutlery,
r..e.iis mil, nLissuis.
F U R N I T U R E .
Parlor Furniture, Center Tables, Mirrors,
tension Tables, bedsteads, Mattresses,
Spring Hods, llureaus and Chairs.
Manufacturer of lllack Walnut, Chestnut nnd
Fainted Chamber Sets.
C A R P E T S .
S'elvet, llrussels. Tapestry, Threo Ply nnd In,
grain Carpets, Oil Cloths, Ac, Sc.
COFFINS AND CASKETS.
AND METALLIC 11VH1AL CASES.
At L. (1. KINOSt.KY'S.
Itutland, Juno 17.1S73
I1AXTER NATIONAL HANK,
11. llKKIlV llAXTKII,
II. F. Loriinoi',
.1. N. 1IAXTE11,
T. S'. I'AKK,
OEO. e. Hovce,
(D.01IIIK H. IIOTTCU,
,T, SV, CltAMTON',
N, T. Sl'KAUCE, .III.
SV, V. DlINTON,
sv, c, i.ANuoN .;
Mado and remitted for at Lowest Hates.
INTKllKST A1.LOWEO ON TIUK UEl'OSITS.
A general Hanking and Exchango business
II. IIENHV 11AXTEU, ITCSt, J, N. 11AXTEK, S". l'TCSt.
(Ikoboe li. Hottum, Cashier.
11 R O K E It ,
II DUO Alt nrith'KT, XHW YOlllC.
Stocks, (lovernmeiits and (lold bought and sold
isr" Interest allowed on deposits, maylidtf
"SELERY l'LANTS From l'etcr Mender
son ready on and after Juno silh. Send In
your orders. Cabbage plants for latocronby
tho hundred or thousand; also, Ureen Peas
ready about July 1st. Flower plants, among
which Is tho celebrated Amarantha.s Salslfollus
or f ountain nam, constantly on hand, llou
queis, wreaius sc., mauo to order.
mayndly ur Fair Urounds
risAUH. sve sell Dcnnlson's Tags to
.-...t"".1''. ?na stationers at Douulson's
iwnvgv ivuuiesaie prices.
OL011K rAVKIt CO.
gool'S, tationcrij, (a.
1874 DIARIES. 1874
1S7J DIAHIES, 1974
ISM D'AItlES. 1974
1S74 IHAHIE4. I9T4
1374 DIAHIES. 1974
1974 DIAHIES. 1974
I Each SVay
F.X'CELSIOK IS THE DtAKV TO HI'S.
See them nt
New stjles of
Corner Merchants' ltowand West Street,
IE EXCELSIOR DIARY FOR 1874
lll.OHK l'M'Nli COMfAXY,
(leneral SVbolesalo Agents for
VEHMONT AN!:NKSV II.SMPSIIlIti:,
SS'ASIIINHTON, SVAHHEN," ESSEX, AND
CLINTON COUNTIES, N. X.
SVhy the Trade glvo to the Excelsior Diary the
preference ovor nil otherd.
1st. It Is printed on line roso tint paper.
2d. The same Quality of paper Is used through
the entire line, gls lng Just as good paper In a
cheap book as In a high priced one.
3d. It Is tho best llnlslied Diary In the
4th. SVo give you sssdHTerent stj les to select
5th. liuitoa number of tho best .selling pat.
terns are made by no other house.
Cth. Tho pocket-book styles aro all arranged
to sun ino business man.
"th. Hctnllers want n Diary that Is neat, at
tractive and saleable.
Stb. You will nnd fewer ot them among the
old stock of dealers, as they sell better than
any other Diary.
9th. The salo ot iho Excelsior has Increased
more than 600 per cent. In tho last four years,
which fact shows that the retailer appreciates
loth. SVe glvo nttracllveshowcardsahiliHjst-
crs. nnd plenty of them.
11th. They cost no more, and no less, than
other Diaries all lists and discounts being
12th. The Excelsior Is the best retailing
Diary offered to thn trade.
Wo Intend to visit all dealers In Diaries early
In the season. If thero are any, however, that
we do not reach, wo shall bo pleased to send
them, on application, a lino of samples to ex
amine lu comparison with other goods.
Early orders aro alwajs iltled complete, while
late orders nro apt to Unit the nssortmcit
broken, and frequently the best, selling styles
used up. It Is a good plan to put In orders early
as pay-day comes no sooner ,t ban with late or
ders. SS'e can deliver goods any timo after 1st
Send In your orders for the Excelsior early to
THE GL011E PAPER CO.,
MMIE RUTLAND DAILY AND
JL svkkklv CH.OHE, contains all tho latest
news, lp;ludlng tho telegrams of the associated
press, local correspondence, state news, xc.
No expense snared lu the edltorhil denartment.
Advertising rates low, especially for short ad
vertisements. Tho papers aro largur and con
tatn more reading matter than nnv other In tho
state. ui-oitK I'.si'EK co
BLANK HOOKS Are a specialty with
us. s'u have everything lu this Hue. SS'o
have ono ot the best (If not tho best) appointed
blank Hook manufactories lu tho state. Every
thing Is new and In good shape, and wo have a
man In rharcc of It who understands tho busi
ness In all Us details. SS'o have it stock of llrst
class ledger papers, and Invito banks, manufac
turing companies, Ac, to examine our sioek and
prices. iiLOHK l'Ai'ini CO.
- .. -'
13ENClLS.-rDlxoirs Pencils, made In
JL the United states, aro much superior to
Faber's, and nro bold at lower prices. Try
GLOUE l'APEIt CO.
OUR STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
IWNIlduH n full ,1,... n, Cnt.ln ,,1.
nrst-class papers, rolded and Hat, ruled ami
plain, all weights and blzes. Envelopes of all
grades nnd colors, drug, pay, note, letter, olll
clal and document, all llrst-cluss goods and
prices low. uruer a sampio 101.
OI.OHE l'APEIt CO.
riSO DRY-GOODS.MEN, GROCERY-
JL MEN. HUTCIIEltS AC SS'o oner thn inn..
est line of SVrappIng liipers. Paper Hags, Flour
Sacks and Twines, to bo found In tho Stale,
best fluidity in a li 1 1 la, best quality bogi.suian
llla. best quality straw paper, all sizes and
weights, best quality paper bags and Hour
sacks warranted full size and full welghls. Nu
scnnipim:. wo uaiiuio tnese goou.s in largo
quantities, nnd our prices arv ns low as others,
selling saino quality of goods. Send us an
C1LOHH l'APEIt CO.
rPAGS.- Wo offer Dcnnison's Mcrchnn-
X dlso and Shipping Tugs to Stationers and
Printers at Dennlson's lowest prices.
ei. u.ui-r u.iii suns. j ju'i.senes.
OI.01IE l'APEIt CO.
rpAGS. Wo havo nosv in stock nn assort-
JL ment of Dennlson's Patent Direction
Labels and Mcrchandtso Tags, which wo will
sell at manufacturer's prices.
SS'o havo also a good Block ot " Phillip's Se
curity Hook-Tags," a scry convenient nnd ber
slceablo article for merchants. Among lis ad
vantages are: Hoods can bo more readily mark
ed than by any other means; tho tag Is so se
curely locked that It cannot become detached
from the goods; no chance ot tho tag becomlug
detached from tlio hook; no points projecting
to tear other goods or your lingers. They nro
safe, strong and chtup. Call and exainlno
tlicm. OLOIlE l'APEIt CO,
PENCILS. Dixon's Round Gilt Pencils
X aro ns good as Faber's Hound Clllt, boiiio
say better, if no better, tlieydeseno favor from
belnir an American Pencil at lower nrtees.
They are mado by tho Joseph Dixon Crucible
Co., Jersey city, N. j and wo oner them to tho
trado at their net prices. Try them.
OLOHE l'APEIt CO,
"PRINTING. Anything; from n Card to
X a boot, neatly and promptly executed.
SVo havo as good facilities us any ether estab
lishment In tho state. If you need anything In
mis nue, give us u inui. ntiusinci.ui. iuaruu-
teeu. ui.uun i-ai-hk lo
fjf HIIINOS YOU I'll KK lis MAIL THE
ljp) very best
' Il LA S T I C T It U S S.'
way N v.
In I n UlllOY
: CO., til HruHd
U T O .' II U S I N ESS!
Hut not 0111 of Couracp or Eniwv All
such should write us at mieo for u gomf chanee
10 moKO larifi' Klines 1111s iiiier, nem. loruur
circulars nnd lenim to
Concord, N. II.
JU, 1-lT OF
K M 1' I, O Y .SI E N T
can obtain light, respectable nnd prolltnble oc.
ciipallou by willing In V. o. box, ;,s.w, limtun,
.sii.ss no Id lAwiw
.1 ii made (112 In 4 days, and niiuilier IM In s
UUJS, selling OCEAN'S SI'OIIY. A perfect
i.inriiryui ,iii'iiiuie iipim una uie Miiiiiers
betienlh the great Oeealis. Moie ngenlH wimied
for this nnd the hlmorj of LIVINOSTOM: iw
YI.Alts IN .si llies. Also our splendid new
lllble, lust ready. Address lltilllAIID HKos.,
ruuilsnep, ri usiiiiiiriui. iireei, niniiiii.
N IVVV"!! I INGrNDEl t the SUN."
SIXTEEN OIL P.SINTINd.H IN A HOOK I
Neser before was such nn Idea ntlciniitod fur
book Illustration : even one who has seen It
pronounces II Superb. Mrs. Harriet lleeeher
m ow e s uuesr. w on.,
WOMAN IN SACKED IllsTOHS',
Is a scries of narrative sketches, drawn from
scriptural, historical, nnd legendary source!!.
Illustrated w lib Sixteen Choice oil Chioiuos,
after paintings by the most celebrated ill lists
of the world, git Ing a rich and magnllleant va
riety of oriental costume and beamy. Mrs.
Slowe, In her charming stile, has written n
uuok inn u. .merest, t.iii. w iiuoi.l ll nun page ill
It, which eien, If not Illustrated, would sell
rapidly; but thu
1IHILL1ANT OIL PlCiTKKS
make It one ot the most unique, original, ..ml
remarkable books eer otTered The pictures,
If published separately, would readily sell lor
12 each ur 132, while the entire book, with the
sixieen picture, together Willi suinptiinus
bindings ot Iho volume, can be had forone-llfth
that amount. The book Is making a Ireinend
ous SENSATION A MONO AOENTS
and Ktilexineii, bei'iiine It U absolutely new and
"has money In It " To get pleusant woik and
good pay, send fur terms, circular, Ac to .1. H.
i in.., .v i-u., .ew- iorK, i.osion, cmcitgo, sail
Francisco, or tiiiclmiidl. novi2d.vw nv
SHE MAGIC CO.M1I.
change any colored hair lo a permanent black
or brown and contains no poison. Trade sup
plied nt low rates. Addeess, MACHO COSII1
CO., springueld, Mass. nuvl2ilw4w
MMTE for Largo
GREAT WESTERN OLX WORKS,
No. 17'.i Sinlthlleld Street,
Hreeeh-lo.iillni; Shot dims SJti lo 3tK). Double
Shut duns, s Id 1W. .single duns, .i to 2ti.
li lies, js lu tin. i;eioiver.. ?n tn f2.',. risioK
Jl to i. Clun Material, Fishing Tackle. Ijirce
discount to Heaters or clubs. Ann chiiis, Ke-
solvers, Ac, Liniirhi or traded for. Hoods sent
by expiess C. (). D. lo be exuinliied befure paid
11IXI1Y A: CO.'S
TWO OEMS FOR HOUSEHOLD I'SI-
IllXlll'S FllKNCIl I.lL'MHir Ill.l'E.
Ilixnv's EestSiiok Hl.ACKtNn.
iciUMniw NEW YOKK.
"ANTED. Agents for the fastest
T ? selllm; article out. S'nbiable samples
nee. .i. iiiiiui:, Toy nroauwiy, . 02'.i-iw
4 .IS DAftl,' Hind t-.iti,t rvitnlnirm. ,,('
XV. Money Making Hooks sent un receipt of
stamp; tueluilliig the Lilrst and best books tor
ageius. k. li. thi;.t, liiuiisiier, snr. iirnati-
way, N.s. nctinKtiw
ir L'AINT. KL'EER AND
JV Is thu snluahlf book we give In all.
of fads, llirures and fun. iVI pajres. Ui plcl tires,
-waueu lor two stamps. Auurcss u lil.Ai km
.V Lu., ,in iiru-uiway, i, oci."juxw4u
CJTAR PLATFORM. Silver Lustie
ij Highly Ornatnental. A perfect protector
hi pui. miner sioes. ask jour ueaieriur ir.
w.rcui irs seni rree. .Miuiess
ST Alt PLATFOHM,
OCtiOd.tW IW so llenkliiau Ml. U.I'
GENTS WAXTEI) FOR THE
ci:sn:. xi.t i. n. xurrr.i:n
Of the United Mates, shotting the glganllc re
suits of tho
FIl'sT 110 YEAKS ot the HEPUH1.1C,
A book ever body wants, send for circular
Addresi.XlKtii.Kit .t JleCiiiiiv. 271 Main street
spiiiigueiu, Mass. octiini.twrw
l?OU COUGHS, COLDS, HOAItSI
.1 NESS, mid all THHOAT DISEASES, Use
lilt up onl) In HLl'IAboxes.
A tried and sure
remedy. Sold by Druggists.
SAFETY STEAM POWER Co ,
ST., NF.SV YCHIC.
Superior steam engines and boilers, by special
machinery and duplication of parts. They are
safe, economical, easily uianntrcd and not liable
to derangement. Their combined engine and
boiler Is peculiarly adapted to till purposes re
quiring small ocr. Mom than 4ii engines,
irom 10 mo norso-iiower, in use, rciin .or ..
lustratetl circulais. octi',dAwl2w
"TO.MESTIC" PAPER FASHIONS.
A Ci r. N T s
SV A N T E D.
SEND 1011 C.lTAt.00l'E.
SESVINC1 MACHINE CO.,
"p.VMPHORINE." The great discos'-
cry for the Immediate relief and cure
of Hlieuniatlsm, Neuralgia, Sprains, bruises,
Pains, stratus, stln Joints, swellings, Ii.tlama
Hons bunions, Catarrh, vc, A'c. It will not
grease or stain, and for the toilet Is a luxury In
eiery r.uiill). Thousands will and now testify
to lis great merits. Try It. Price per bottlo 23
cents. HElilEN IIOYT, l'rop'r, '.to Hreenwich
slreet, N. '. novr.'dw4w
rpHE HIGHEST MEDICAL Al'TIIOR
L li'IES of Europe say the strongest Tonic,
Iiu liter and Deobslrucnt known to the medical
:t r it u ii e ii .s.
It nrreet decay ot vital forces, exhaustion of
the nenous system, restores lgor to the debil
itated blood, removes eslcle obstriictloiis and
acls dliectly on Iho Liver nnd Spleen. Price ft
a bottle. JOHN ij. KEI.Lollll, is liatt street,
N. Y. noW2d.tw4w
ON SIGHT. Last and best
oinblnatlon ror canvassers. Aireuls and
Salesmen ! lIKNtiv SVauu HKixnr.H's family
new spa per starts Its Fall campaign, glv lng sub
scribers a pair of the largest and tlnest Olei
graphs two most attraotlve subjects that
"takes" on sight printed by Mrs. Anderson, as
contrasts and companions ,for ttliuj "Wide
AwnLe" and "Fast Asleep. AgentH havo Im
mense success j call It the "best business ever
olTercd canvassers, "SVe fiiiulsh the lightest
nnd handsomest nut tit and pay very liti.ii com
missions. Each subscriber, old or new, lecelu-s
without delay two beautiful pictures. Full
supply roady lor Immediate delivery. The pa
per llsell stands peeiless among family Journ
als, being to popular that ot Its class It has
Iho largest clrciiUllon lu the world I Employs
tho best llternr talent. Edward Egglelon's
great serial story Is Just beginning I back chap
ters supplied to each bubscrlber. Mrs. stowe's
long expected scquals to "My SVlfe and I" lie
gins In tho new )oar. Any one wishing a good
salary or tin Independent business should send
for circulars and terms to J. ll. l'ord A- Co., New
S'ork, boston, Chicago, Cincinnati and San
& GREAT EASTERN
R A I L
W AY CO M I' A N Y.
SEVEN PER CENT. GOLD 110NDS,
coupons payable February and August lu Hold,
In New York or llallhuore. For sale nt on er
cent, and accrued Interest In currency; secured
by First Mortgage ; executed lo Fnrnters' loan
and Trust Company of New York.cov erlng com
pany's Line, Its Franchises, Equipments. Heal
and Personal Estate, at tho ralo of (Ivkw tier
mllo on tho Koad, extending from Cincinnati to
catlcltsb.irg, tho terminus of Chcsapeako nnd
Ohio Koad, 140 miles.
llovcrninents, state, city, Kallroad or any
other marketablo securities taken in exchange,
nt highest market rates, without commission,
and K. A- II.K.K. Hoiuls forwat .led free of charge
lo purchaser. Pamphlets, Maps and full Infor
mation will bo furnished on application to
SVM. liSHEIt Jt SONS,
si south St., Haltlmore,
Hankers, Stock and Noto brokers, and Fiscal
Agents of tho company; dealers In (lovern
meiits and Hallway securities In all the mar
kets ot thu U. S.
Or to Hanks and ltankera throughout tho
MIT. II WKIV: M St , ,K ( ,)
Ill qllullll'li - ml 1
nil pints in., iiiiei, 11 1
gri'iiler s.iii'i .u. ii 1,
engine iniihui.K r 111
twiner. Wir, lin'idi.
S". Y. Send l"l 1 11, 11
MM I'M l..r Liiji I '
lilll.AT S l.si 1,1' v. i I
;. . 171, Hiiillhllelil M,
llreeeMnadlliif sbi.l i n,
ble shut guil, s I,, l;,u '
Kllles,s to jin. II. i ib i i . $,,
I til (S. llUII In Hi I I. Il i
discount to ili'uli I-. ,n,ii mi
rollers, A'c, bon.dii ur tt.t,'
I iv express i'. o. li. 1 . 1,,
' ' l .In
i , I
ui 1 1 'il .
P I 1. II ( 1
(in! DEN MLIiK l. Ill i'. , ,;s
'li lllllli,,! , til,
, I lll'.t. Il 1,1
.1 w.m ,'it
i. liini'ii ),ii i
t lillitlhl. S
It I I 111 ' s, j f
11 skin .mil 111
, llll tv .
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:b li, i
l-nii i',.ei I in., i,
reei'iil ut it
,fe, lui mil
i !' II, i in
ts . il i s Dl e-.i
Mil. GREAT I 1 I. I I'Pl.l' I'
v, i- tli,
1JAXTER STEAM I Ni.lM
from a to to Inn -'--iiu, . i. ii
h I ,
til s, ,
,', I- tlr
'i 11 llll
Co., li; Kpeclld t'liil-. mil lu i I
partse.in be i'.u-tl-. ih ! 1
m-r sioaie now in u.iii i. , .
Is Increasing, l'ersi n "turd,
eon set them up and in. e u
most f-eonoinli nl etuim-ex
common scuttle ui i, il v 'li
I. Id '
lower per day ut in hum
"tin r fin 1 In pi ipor
1' 'I I In 11' ll ' I!
.Ion. I'tdlv iruni.tiitc' il.
price list anil n Milium! m-
SS U.I I ll. -l -
Ofllee of I lie 11 ili I
'alk Place, New Snrk.
OOn SAVED !- Tu
K),J demand i 'f He
meet tin it
i, i He
n.oiiKXf i: 8t:svisc. mvciuni: '
havo d' ' n.. i'. .tu
n e D r c r l' n i i i. - .
and will hereiiller s M .' f..'. st
lis, and other st.v les In , 'Mi n.
T 11 E F L O It 11M I
Is the f.i.lv Sewing Maehb, 'i.itr. I
backward and rniw aril, ur i rlj;lit ' 'I
the pui'chaser inn.v preler. uli,ii
impriived and simplified, and Is i.i' i f
an.v other nnichlito In Hie liutrki t
IT s NOSV THE I Ill'Sii -Agenli
riorence Mass., Nov. 1. ';;i. i
ARM FOR SAI.F
The subscribers on i i i
ualed about two lull'
lows Falls, on tit I .n -i
' Hi, Ir 1 1
lie Ml!.' .
ad. w .
JOHN I i l;'v I SliSI.
Cunialnlii); about llir I,1
of I.uiil ; two dwellii . Ii..u
two tenant house-., ie r
Thettnaiit houses .ii' ie
house has been thni irl.l
d ami ' ;' - 't
MlV' ' I i. I 'I I
I I.' ,1 Tl I' k.
Hie l.ir f nn
.wired und mi
id end, n-t Irom
tlnl .mil t nl"lU
rabli' i-' nidi in-e.
ed, wbli now plnAi In 1. n' u
fence, all In tlio mi -
man tier, making It
Neurit three-fouitl ut
from a never-rulllti,- !
t i I'
-f i,,-t u i
,'i hi; ,l:.
OVEH TSS'O '
, 1) llld.l. M.s
. r..ist ; ,. ai
i nli iiu t' l.ani
has been expended witiun r
on bullibnits and ti tu -, 1
houses. The land I . .ul . ; r .
all kinds ot crops. S..111
i.ilillitcd fur inbnei i I I . 1
good stale ot cull.t. t "ti I
utit a large amount i !' i
two jeors, which h i u
place, besides that w 'il. li
1 lo the ratlli 01
i i;f ti' n s ur w "li
d I . iiiiv under a
hat Un; in ' u f' u
i d u'ait. the y sr
n br"t,ni iti toe
ae r.iim n. pr
dticed. the eastern bie K the c inn uf
river und the hum I. it in.-1. ' i it, nit nied m
pasture and tillage laud, t uli.i -...li' i nt -,up
pl.t uf wood fur Uie preuii-i. miu.it i - ni ar
the Milage of bellows FalK -a Mil.',' 1 in
more raplill.t lhan anyplaei wltliin ti s-'e,
and tvlift Us unlimited water putt, i, wn.i li is
last biiin; hnpruted, must continue i j in n
In a still larger proportion in the Hit ur n ik i
It the most de.slr.ibfe farm In tilt s, p.iri l'i t
session ylven Immediately, exeep' tn, imu
yard, nnd thai In one j ear. Inquire of the ,ub-scrlbei-H
fin the premises; or Juv ph Stllsnti,
linn of J. SVHson .c Co., near the di pot ; or SS II
der a Hopkins, at SVest import, Vr.
WILDEK , HOPKINS,
bellows Falls, Maj 1, ls"J. n. l-ul
13ASTlRE LAND IN PITTSFORD
X For sale or rent. Ono hundred und ttv 'nt
lit e acres of lino PAsTI'liE land located and
one-halt miles trom littsford Village. Addr'
or call on K. P. HITCHCOCK, under .inni 1
IlaukotHutland.ltulhinil, S't. Mu nt
" VERMONT CENTRAL
on and nfler Monday. June ad, is; .
will run ns follows, (Sundays except i .1
flOINQ SOITII AND EAST.
Leave Itutland nt 12:10 anil 4:30 a. in., und '.'-lu
and .':' p. m.
-S1AIL. Leave Osdensburg at C:in p. m., si
Albans at C:-.i.i a. m., Hiirllngtun ur s;io u ui
Port Henry at "us a. m., Hutland at l:to p. in.,
Hellows Falls nt S:30 p. in., arriving ut N if I n
don at. 9:30 p. m connecting wl"i stumer fur
NESV YOHK EXPHE.sS.-I.eav.ist SH aiis .t
9:(ki n, m., Hurllngton ie:2o a. m., urrttim, m
Hutland at 12:.vi p. m.
NlllHT EXl'HKsS. Leaves Ogil. nsburgatts;.
35 ii.m., lialtsburg !:30 p.m., Mont n .il .KM p.m.,
St. Johns 4:M1 p. n. St. Albans T:2o p. m Hur
llngton V:lo p. ill., 1 tut In in I 12..V1 n. in., bellows
Fall", 8:25 a. ui. in rlt lng at New London at 1 1-10
MIXED TKAIN. Leaves liurllns'i' n uf 2-eii n
m., arriving In Itutland nt ":tu p.m. Levis
Itutland at 4:3oii. in., bellow's Falls 145 ti. ni.
(accominod.it lou tralnl.arrlvini,' a' N, w I. mien
ai r,:ti) it. in.
MIXED TKAIN. Leaves Itutland at '
arrlt Ing In bellows Falls at loam p. t .,
Leaves Kullaiid at 1:13 and 5:40 a. r, imi.
ami 5:ii5 p. in.
MAIL. Leaves New Iindon at dsn a. in.,
Sprlnglleld s:uo a. in., boston T:3n a. in , Hi II, ,v
Falls 11:15., Hutland 2:30 p. in., nrrltlnn at Pui.
Henry at liaio p, in., Hurllngton 5:00 p. ni., si
Albans f.:4i) p. m., Montreal u:45 p, m Ogdens
buri; 1:45 a. in., mnktng connections with trains
fur Iho SVest,
EXPHEss-Leaves Itutland at 5:05p. n.., si
Albans ats:.vp. m.
NHII1T EXl'HEss.-Leavos New Lnndun id
2:45 p. in., Sprlnglleld nt s:lt) p. m., c mm ctnu
with train leasing New Yoik at H:uu p. m bii
lows Falls 11:20 p. m eoiinertlug with Irani
loavlng boston at 5:30 p. m., Itutland im.i a. m.,
Hurilnglon 4:40 a.m., St. Albans ii:lo, nrnitiii;
In Montreal at 9:15 n. m., I'lalthbuiv i.t "M in.,
and Ogdensburg ni 12:35 p. in., rntiiieetlnv Willi
trains for tho SS est.
MIXED TKAIN. leaves Itutland at 5:40 o. m.
Leave Hurilnglon nl:3ii a. ni.. sr. sib.ins isniw
m., arrlt Ins; In Ogdensburg at s:wp, iu. and st.
Johns at 3:.m p. m.
MIXED TKAIN. leaves Hellows Fiu.s ut 4 30
a. in., tirrlrlntr In Hutland at V:2i) a. lu.
ACCOMMODATION. Leaves New Ixmdon ai
siioa.ni., Hollows Fallsc.-oop. in., arriving in
Hutland ut S:35 p. m.
Trains lcaie Hurllngton colng cast, for Mont
poller. Ac, nt 0:55 a. in., 12:8.1 p. m. and 1:65 p, m,
Trains leave bellows Fulls going north, foi
SSiilto Hlter Junction, .Co., nt b:3u a.m. and
11:15 a.m., and 5:55 and 11:20 p. in.
Conskctioss. At Hutland with Kensselaer
Saratoga and Harlem Extension llallroads; nt
Hellows Fulls with Cheshire Hallroad; at South
S'ernon wlih Connecticut Hlter Hallroad.
:i"slcoplug ears nro attached to nluht trains
between St. Albans and Troy, nnd Hurllngton
andlloston, IIYI.KS MKltltll.I,
St. Albans, 't Juno 3d, 1S73.
RLE.M EXTENSION RAILROAD.
C II A N G E OF T I M E
on nnd after SVednesday, Oct. 2'J, 1s;j, tralna
will run ns follows:
MIXED. leaves Hutland nt 8:00 n. m., con
nectlnff at Stato Lino w Itli train for Troj .
MAIL Leaves Hutland K.oo; n. in., ami mak
ing closo connections nt Chatham 4 corners
with trains lor New S'ork, Albany, Hudson, nnd
bolh east and west on 11. & A. It. It.
mixed, Leave Hutland at 2,25 p. m., lo Ucn
iiliiRton. SUNDAY MILK THAIN (with passenger car
attached. Leases Hutland at 8.00 a. m.
AltlllS'E AT HUTLAND,
Mall, lo.os p. m.j accommodation, 12.08 p. m.
mixed s.su p. m. '
P. C, WHITE, Supt.
Itutland, October s, mi. inayldswtf
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