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THE JUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. FIUDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21. 1873.
'vCiiropcnii Scone mill SocleljV
tr.cTUnE nv kkv. i:. mills.
On Wednesday evening tho Hoy. Edvrar.1
Mills, pastor of the Uaptlst Church In this
village, commenced a scries of lectures to
bo given by him on "European scenes nml
society," as seen by himself during his re
cent visit to that country. The lectures
arc secured under the auspices of tho ladles
of the Uaptlst church, admission free to all,
with n contribution at tho close of each,
which goes toward defraying tho expenses
of purchasing carpets for their new church.
Tho first lecturo of tho series delivered
in tho church vestry, was highly interesting
and listened to by a goodly number of peo
ple. Judging from tlds lecture tho people
of Rutland will be well entertained during
the winter by them and should avail them
selves of tho opportunity offered them to
hear nore about tho old world, from tho lips
of an observer well nblo to tell an interest
ing story concerning his travels.
The reverend gentleman pref.ieed his re
marks.by s.iylng that ill arranging a regular
course of lectures lie should select from his
travels those portions the most interesting
and that lie should endeavor to address him
self familiarly to tlio people and endeavi.r
to anticipate their interest by occasionally
lingeilng by tho way not giving a concise
and detailed account of his journey huttako
that which would be mattters of Interest to
Travel had been a source of great inter
est to him ever since his childhood, and he
had always endeavored to read much of the
writings of others and so became
familiar somewhat with other nations
and people, until he had determined
to see for himself. Travel, he
thought was apt to correct the impressions
made upon us by others. We may sup
pose we have the corrected idea of foreign
lands by gathering the views of authors hut
we are almost sure tu get a different view
by personal contact. lie considered, there
fore, that to complete a liberal education,
man mint travel. The very first thing to
be thought of in taking a sea voyage is
how best to get away, for between us and
Europe lies the broad and dangerous ocean,
anil this to one unaccustomed to travel, is
the great drawback. They find an insup
erable obstacle in this. They would like to
see other countries but will never venture
to cross tho ocean. lie did not wonder at
this timidity for it was a great undertaking,
but not so much an one now as it was twenty-five
years ago. The first time the speak
er crossed tho ocean was about twinty-threo
years ago and on this last voyage lie could
not but note the great change that had tak
en place for tho better in the conveniences
of the voyage. The first time it took forty
seven days to cross. lie came in tho cabin
of a largo packet ship of the regular line,
which however, was far from comfortable.
The storm beat over an 1 into the ship; the
water was several feet deep in tho cabin
and passengers were subjected to the wind,
the cold and the water. Now it was differ
ent, l'assage could be secured for tho trip
right here in our own town ; wo enter tho
vessel and find a sumptuous home the
rooms net as high, perhaps, as our parlors
hut elegantly furnished; tho stateroom may
be narrow but clean. Then there is a great
change in the treatment by the oflleers.
Formerly they were rough, uneducated and
cruel, an absolute monarch of tho ship
and all it contained. Now the Captains
arc all educated, courteous gentlemen. Tho
spirit of competition which always works
for the good of the public, begets all these
advantages. They try to study your com
fort. Tho table is supplied with four
meals n day and with all the delicacies of
the season during the entire voyage. The
passenger cannot but ho well provided for
until sea-sickness comes on. Then lie lias
no desire to sec the table, much less taste
anything. If well you not only find every
thing pleasant but decidedly luxurious,
and tho only drawback h the sea-sick ncss.
Although all arc awaio that no one ever
died of this disease, yet it is the most ter-
riblc of any, nnd you arc inclined to fear
that you will nut die. After one gets over
It tho beauties of tho voyage amply repays
him for the short period f sickness. The
speaker said that although a great lover of
land scenery yet iio felt strongly impressed
with sea scenery. There was something
about it that lifts the soul nearer to
Odd nnd we realize nioic than ever the
tin1 power of tho Creator and how small is
man compared to His mighty will. The
passenger nan take delight In watchin:
-onie distant vessel as it recedes across the
horizon, or wateli tho sea when pleasant,
its glassy appearance, and then when a
storm m ises to sou tills glassy surface loll
itself Into madness ; the vessel so strong is
tossed llku a cork upon Its bosom. The
vessel which the speaker sailed in from
Liverpool to New York was n very stroii;
one, 437 feet in length ; yet in that storm,
which dealt out so much destruction on
the Nova Scotinn coast, drove it about at
lis mercy, swept against us nnd completely
ever us ; the smoke stack was left pcifcct
ly while witli the sea water. A voyage at
km, said Urn speaker, U at best a mo-
iiotimmis life as icg.irds human icl.itloii.
Passengers icsoit to every possible means
ti puss away the time; tho piano in
tho saloon is practiced upon, and those
who can make a noise at singing nie sine to
attempt It. .Many pass the time in card
playing ; then when a vessel appears in
sight, it is surprising to see what specula
linns me made upon It by tho passengers,
who are curious to know concerning it ami
indiilgu in speculations, at ouco ab.
nuih, woio they oxpiessed unyvvlieio else.
Heading is Indulged in to a gicat extent,
while evening concerts are extemporized.
A vessel is great placo to study liumati
diameter. There is ample opportunity to
see tho wisdom and the folly of tho men
dearly shown, All this monotony is le
lleved as the vossel approaches the Irish
coast, of which approach flic captain keeps
tho passengers well lufoinied, while many
cairy charts themselves, which enables
them to tell, at any time, nearly their posi
tion upon the deep. As tho vessel neais
land the speaker said ho became lcstless
and exceedingly anxious, and never did lie
expeiicnce sucli a tin 111 of joy us when the
masthead ciied out "land ahead."
Tho reverend speaker left Now York on
tho 21th of April, with no sign of Bluing
discernablo here, hut on arriving at Qiicons-
town, mo uth of May, ho found tho Irish
coast spread out a bcatucous green, tho
leaves mul foliage far advanced and every,
thing betokened tho return of spring. Ho
did not travel in Ireland but went on to
Liverpool, distant from Quecnsiown 240
miles, Tho voyage between theso two
places was passed light merrily. Tho table
ot the vessel was spread most grandly In
lactlio never saw one mora nietpnii,nn,w
unm was m is i iroiiL' inut in mmm
Ten or twelve .courses were served,
wlille most of the Individuals tools
wlno or cbntiipnguc, and some
realized real pain afterwards. Tho decks
were covered with happy people as they
uearcd Liverpool. The English people
who attended on tho shipping were more
accommodating than those In New York,
and for a very small fee would render
great service. There was not much of
Interest to tho speaker to sec in Liverpool,
although It was the entrepot of the coun
try. It was, ns ho remcmbeied it, a black
and busy town a great commercial centre,
lie wondcicd ns ho cnteicd it, late in the
afternoon, it tlieio had been any improve
ment in tho last tivcntytliiec years. Ho
was driven to n hotel ulicie he lind letters
of Introduction, nnd wlieio ho was very
kindly ticatcd. lie foim.l Liverpool just
ns ho expected. The blackness which
pervades the city was owing to tho fact
that its people used bituminous coal, altoge
ther ; they know nothing of our Anthracite
coal, and the bituminous although making
n pleasant lire gives out a dense, black
smoke that discolors the whole city, which
is propci ly designated "black, ditty, clean
Liverpool," for its streets aie kept scrupul
ously clean, ns every other English city.
Tlie sanitaiy system of the OldWoild he
consiiieied far ahead of our country. A
taxation is nude upon tho people which
holds good for all time, nnd it was surpris
ing to note the contrast In New York city,
whole more money Is expended for tho pur.
pose than in any English city, yet itsstieets
are verydiity compared to those of any
European city. There was nothing in Liv
erpool that invited the speaker's stay.
Theio were evident maiks of intoxication
among Its people, to n great extent. What
ever may have been said concerning her,
he thought tho people hero could form no
conception of what she ically was one of
tho worst drinking places in the world
one meets so many drunken women on its
stiects that lie is at once impressed with
this fact. He consldcied theic were So" per
cent, more of this seen in Liverpool than in
London. This featuic of Liverpool struck
tho stranger with soirow, and lie is vciy
suie not to stav tlieie
In passing thiough the country from
Liverpool, south to London, or south to
Manchester, he found the country, then
only the 8th of June, clothed in delightful
green one continual garden. There was
nothing hold or mountainous in the scenery,
nor lakes and rivers, but a gently undulat
ing country. This was the peculiar feature
of English scenery. Visiting the manufac
lines of Lancashire, he found a great
change in the last twenty-tlnee years. Ho
wished to speak truthfully concerning his
native land, although it had been charged
upon lit in that be had no love for his
mother country, because ho had spoken so
stiongly concerning tho English working
class, lint twcnty-tlirco years ago tlicy
were far behind any country In that le
spect. The working classes lacked accom
modations and sanitary measures ; tlicy
were unhealthy, and us a consequence tho
mortality was great. The education of the
children wn3 inferior; they itceivcd but
little education after they were eight years
old ; but, then, if their teetli weic all grown
they were put lo work on half time, and
compelled to go to school the other half.
Trade was then very ii regular, with long
stoppages. Ho was, tbercfoie, unprepared
to see any improvement or marks of in.
creased prosperity, and greatly surprised to
find them even like our own country ; com
merco extended, manufacturing intciests
fifty percent, better, while the homes of
tho working class were not to bo compared
to those of twenty-thrce years ago. Thero
was no break in his journey, no open conn
try, but swarming with towns and people.
As business improved, so had the habits
and appearance of tho people. They wcic
better diessed, and in an audience there
was no perceptible difference to him fioin
an audience licic. Their educational ad
vantages had increased, and to-day they
boast of these approximating our own not
so f ice, but fast arriving to our standard.
The great trouble was they weie cursed
vviin a suuo cnurcn. lie did not mean they
were cursed with an Episcopal church
but one supported by the state. The peo
ple are continually struggling against
this inlluence, and when they adopt
ed our common school system they
fought step by step to gain it. Tlie stato
church seemed determined to introduce io
ligious training into the schools, which
should be nothing inoie than the tenets of
the established church; but tlie speaker
conideied there was a time coining w lien
this would be done away and an education
nl system be established equal to ours. In
mauufactuilng distiiets there was an Im
provement in taste. Tlie houses were fin
ished well and the people weic more lefined
and cultivated, owing to Improved privl
leges. They don't work as long or as hard
as the people do here. Every mill is closed
at two o clock Saturday afternoon ; the lo
comotive u waiting and thousands
leave for t lie country to spend the
afternoon nnd twilight avvav from
the bustle and bad air of the city,
Another advantage named was the
co-operation existing among Iho people
This is ciuncd toj.i point utleily beyond
American conception. They band together
and supply themselves with the necessaries
of life at a ildiculously low figure. The
piollts have gone to build educational insti
unions, nnd they had libraries coutainin
2o,000 volumes. In this way tlie peopli
were lilting themselves up, and there was
hope tor Englend in years to come
Leaving England, the speaker journeyed
to I'aiN, and m so doing chose the nearest
route by way of New Haven. He heio
lemarked upon tlie stylo and notions of
uicss carried inioeueci uy many tinvciei'B
and said that he who studied his ow n com
ion vvouiutaKO mo least possiblo basrgagc,
on his journey to Pails lie stopped at
at the old Normandy town of Rouen. He
tlieie viewed with emotion the monument
raised to the memory of Joan D'Aic that
m-iuiu woman who was nuiiieii to death by
the jealousy of her countrymen. He nlso
visited a eathedtal Imilt MO veins ffn,-
Christ and said lie never saw such splendid
nicliilcctuie, such lino chiseling, grand
tracery and graceful lines as weio to bo
seen in tins cathedral. 1 1 was asludy well
worth a lifetime to witness. It was then
ascension uay, nnd although lie could not
enjoy me service ho could not but admli
the devotion ot llio neon e.
From Jtoucn bo journeyed to Paris on
Iho 20lli of Alay, and found tho farmers
were gathering the r hav nio tho bams
Concerning Paris we read so much before
wo go tlieio mat wo lcelriu o we acoim n.
ted. Ah we enter tho city, however, this
nciiuaiiiianco nines away, anil we UCIiom
city which none could imagine, who had
not read "1 ho Arabian Nights." Evoiv
thing claimed for Paris, by tho most ro
inatitic writer, the speaker consldcied was
true, ft was impossible lo describe, to an
other the impression made upon hint by tho
beauties of Paris. The observation is at
once arrcstcil by tho lino stylo of arc h tec
turc, the statues, and tho floral decorations
that surround tho sight. All now and
surprising. Nothing meets tho cvo
to displease. Everything is icninrkably
dean. Of all cities in Europe Paris excels
In tho cleanliness of its streets, They aro
paveu wun jjcigiau pavement ami bcauti-
fullv macadamized, nnd vorvlirnnd. Tbpv
are decorated by men and women who sit
on iron chairs, out of doora, drinking their
ngni wines, this wine-iirinKing, saia tno
speaker, was not offensive to the eye ns It
is here. Ho never could see a person drink
wlno hero without feeling fear, ns lie be-
ucvcu wine to ue n mocker, but not so in
Erauce. There it docs not lend to drunk
enness, as he had investigated the matter.
The French and tho Italians me never
seen drunk theic. If there was no moio
fear of drinking wlno hero than theie Is
there he should not advocato total abstln.
encc. Tho English, the American, nnd tho
German, nil drink strong wines, while the
Fiench and the Itnllnn drink their own
The men in 1'aiis begin business about 0
o'clock in the morning, and clone about
hnlf.pnst four or live in the cloning, when
they seem to lay aside business and Its
cares nnd goto the Champs Elysecs or to
some oilier public garden, and enjoy the
evening. All Is then light and gaiety.
The rpeaker did not see a drunken person
nil tho time lie was in 1'mis, except some
American trnvelleis w Iio would get tipsy.
The Parisians, too. nic a social people, und
very Kinii io strangers. The speaker
then gave an inlciestlnir ilesciinlion
of the Champs Klysces the grand
est public rcsoit in Paris, which
laid out into most cxiiuislte
flower beds In all Iho richness nnd
variety conceivable. These nio iclievcd by
fountains of water, w Idle there is also the
open concert hall, wheie tho singing is ex-
rciient, open irom nio selling ot me sun
till midnight, and visited by thousands of
people, showing that Paris is given up to
gaiety. It was the same at the Tullleiies
mil at J.u.semuoiirg nil wcio crowded.
The iiiiiuesslnii upon the speaker was such
that lie could not but enquire, was ever
war In this city? Have Its people ever ex
perienced sulfcrliig? And ho could hut an
swer, no. Tlieie were no traces rf n i evo
lution. Everybody dicsses well and feels
The sneaker then announced that lie
should continue these lectures two weeks
from that evening, when he should sneak
upon Paris, her institutions, and the crcat
(irnwuacK lo ncr prosperity.
:.vi:s ciki.1i a ji:i,(i;isi'n
I'lio Atfe ol
The vast deposit of staluaiv maible for
which Veiniont is so famous enters the
State at Pownalnnd passes thence noiihly
and slightly to the cast through Helming-
ton, Manchester, Dorset, Dauby, Cluieii-
don, Itiill.uid, Pitlsford, lirandon, Lei.
coster, Middlcburv and New Haven, when
it dis ippeais. lieappcaiing again in Slid
burne It is traced for the last time in Mil
ton. Tliis fonnalion, called the "Eollan
Limestone" In tlie Stale Geological Survey,
consists of a compact siliceous limestone
intcislratilied willi slates and shale, Mag
nesian limestone ; and the marble proper In
all its shades of white, clouded, variegated
and black. It lies between the Quartz
rod: range on the cast and the Talcord
schists, Hudson Hiver slates, Chnzy and
Trenton limestones on the west. The
division of pme marble is usually found
undci lying soft Magncsian limestones that
disintegrate very rapidly nnd a variety of
siliceous limestone coaisely granular and
compact. The average dip in tlie northern
region is about C0 cast with a stiiko
from noi tli 15s west long., north 10 cast
The ago of this formation is usually
classed as lower Siluiian Trenton limestone
It has been supposed to lie only Ticnlon
limestone metamorphosed nnd crystallized
the fossils of which were obliterated by
metaniorphisin at the time of tlie great Ap
palachian Revolution that so changed the
character of eastern North Amoiica at Iho
dose of tho Paleozoic Age.
Now on tlie cast side of tills mai lite for
mation as befoie stated is found a belt of
Quartz rock with siliceous limestone suc
ceeded by Potsdam sandstone of the Pots
damage, whose identity cannot be doubted
Then on the west side of the maible range
wo find in the town of Leicester u daik
blue fossilifcrous limestone containing fos
sils of the genus ortliis, distinctly of Pots
dam age, also thus proving that themaible
deposit is included between rocks of the
Potsdam age. Then ns theio are evidences
of faults or intrusions tho conclusion i3 in
evitable that the iudiuled rock is of tlie
same age as its boundaries. Thcrefoie wo
find that Instead of being u metamorphosed
Trenton Limestone it is an iinfossiliferous
except in instances rock of the Potsdam
age and tho calcilerous division. It is
thus a much older rock, and was mainly
deposited before tlie introduction of mil
mat life. These rocks aru now in an in
verted position ; ns for instance, Ihequaitz
rock lies above, and conformably on the
Marble although an older rock. So also
the Mngnesiain limestone, while tlie rocli
next below tlie Marble is the fossilifcrous
limestone which maiks the transition from
the Azoic ,lo the Zoic epochs of geological
At the time, then, that tlie Maible was
being deposited Yciinont lay deeply be
neath Iho Piimoidinl seas. Its lifeless
waters were highly charged with carbonic
add, and its ciyslal depositions weic des
tined to piovc in tho far distant future, one
of man's greatest behests one of the great
benevolent designs of an Infinite Creator
for man cication's lord. And to-day as
we rellect upon lis numbeilcss uses and In
exhaustible quantity, we nro led Instinct!
vely back to that early morn ot cicatiou
when tho earth was yet "without foim and
void, anil daikncss was upon tlie face of
the deep!" J. H. N.
Ili-uiN lor Wuiiiun,
Mrs. Jane Sylvester, of Lbeolnville,
Me , is now knitting with a set of needles
on which sho Unit stockings for tho soldiers
in tlie war of IS1L', and also In tho lato war.
It appears that tho English Government
not only shows a derided disposition for
employing female clerks in the public de
partments, but no fewer than sixty-nix young
women are performing clerical duties in a
largo London iiimranco olllco on Ludgato
They say that kissing a lady with an Eli
zabeth riilllo on, is about as much fun ns
embracing a circular saw in full motion.
An Albany lady swallowed a lnouso re
cently, and dism used tho family doctor for
recommending a cut as an nntlJotu.
Twenty thousand working gills have been
thrown out ot eniplyniciit in tho different
manufacturing establishments in New York
city. Tlio Troy WW saysi "A lady stepped
into a King street dry goods store tlio other
day nnd enquired if they bad nny "subdued
mouse-color gloves." Tlicy had nono but
tho clerk thought tlicro were n few pairs of
"Infuriated rat-color" left.
Tho demand for school-mistresses lias
greatly increased in England since tlio pas
sage of tho elementary education act in
1870. Tlie mistress gets from il't to 80
a year for five days or fivo or bIx hours
each In a week, with six weeks' vacation du
ring tlio year.
PENCILS.-rDlxon's Pencils, made in
, - V10 United States, aro much superior to
theni "r0 B0lJ M lowx'r frivm' Try
uLOIlIS 1'AI'Ult CO.
U H T
S II E 11 M A N
5 0 0,000.00
D It Y
Silks, Velvets, Cnjhmcres, Poplins, flannels,
sKiris, unuerwear, Hosiery unu moves, La
ces, llultons, Linens, l'lano covers, Oullts,
Pnlsloy Shawls, Cloaktngs,
Ladles' Cloth, f'lusli,
Velveteens, Pique, blankets,
Counterpanes, Sheet tng.
n l a
O K (1 O O D K .
variety of any homo In Ver
mont. Three limes the
COIIS E T S .
Thomnsnn's nlnvn Flttlticr. tl.Tr.. iofliipr.,1. lie.
Icne, Jl.oo, reduced rrom li.vsj Hip (lore, esc.,
reduced; good corsets, 4M.j tho host dollar cor
set In America.
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
Tho best dollar vest and drawers In Vermont.
A. T. Stewart A Co.'s make. tl.Tr.. i.m. a.ss. 2.r,o.
3.00 the cheapest goods In tho world, too I lis.
ruiis i?s 4.-c., a yarus, nosi prims, me. col
ton Flannel. is,e. French prints, 80c; reduced
from "Oe. French prints, SOe; reduced from 4SC.
Velveteen fsc, tor trhmidm;. Ilx. Velveteen,
$I.W) for saeques. Silk do J5,7r, for sacquos,
silk do J12.S0, value $10 oi.
i ue oirjesi slock aim iiffiucsi unu uesi sioro
Ml Persons n debt lo 11. II. Hurl, or Hurt
Sherman, aro requested to puj Iho same at
NOV. I, 1S73.
INSMAN Az HOSS
Wish to say to th"lr FltlUXDS and llio iiiihllo
generally, (notwithstanding one of our brother
lucrcnaius says we Keep no nrsi eiass goods,)
that we have received, llio present week mi-
liuiiidl!i a full Ibi" of
V01IK and (lUHTlii: LAti:s,
(II.MPS and KHINOKS,
bought cheap and llrst quality.
IIOSIIIItY AND Kill OI.OVIIS,
and a full Ihioot
aud n woii J of
D 1! E S S
(! O O D S
at twenty-live cents a yard and upwind.
Wo want money, and will mako It for tho In
terest of any one wanting goods In our lino tu
give us a cull.
u r r v. i: i o i; n .i r r i: i: x s ,
Sllll.MIS AMI SCISSOUS,
OlilOlNAL oni: Piiiui: stoiii:.
No. 8, Merchants' Row,
Idly RUTLAND, VKR.MONT.
JUUNHAM & TEMPLE'S
I N S U H A N O E A O E N
C Y ,
-ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY,
HARTFORD IiRR INSURANCI: CO.,
1MPLRIAL firi: insuranci: CO.,
ROYAL INSURANCi: COMPANY,
P1IKNIX INsl'RANCF. CO., N. Y.,
FRANKLIN INSURANCE COMPANY,
INSURANCI! CO. l.f NO. AMERICA,
SPRINOFIELD INSURANCE CO.,
PIUENIX INS. CO.,
Assets, f i.owyjoi.oo
NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
PENNSYLVANIA INSURANCE CO.
Assets, fi,sno,ooo oo
The above strong list of Companies repre
HURNIIAM & TEMPLE.
Opera House, RUTLAND, VERMONT.
I N S U R A N C E
C O M P A N Y,
aiTJCK, vixk nviunxa, caii.r.ai,
Incorporated October 85th, ism.
Assets January 1st. 187!!. - 8130 'JOS.aS,
Surplus Including; capital, M 41 In assets lo
each it uo in liabilities.
surplus exclusive of capital, 11.21 In assets to
each Jl.oo In llabllllles.
Every desirable form of policy Issued nl even
I uies un any reuauiu company, or lower.
ENDOWMENTS AT LIFE RATES A SPE
Five Imnorlant niivilcires secured In this
form ot pulley.
1st. Tno term may bo reduced at any tlnio by
vd. Non-forfeiting on tho paid-up policy plan.
3d. Noii-forfcltlug on llio "Kunporary In
surance" plan for tlio full amount of tho policy,
4th. Tho accrued value of tlio policy may ho
received at any tlnio after llvo payments havo
Mh. Tho deterred accumulations will bo divi
ded among tho surviving jiollcy holders nt ma
turity. ALL POLICIES ARE NON-FOIIFEITINO UPON
Every policy holder will liavoiho bcnelllsof
Ids own investments secured to htm.
Send tor circulars or rates und plans, or call
In at tho onico anil examine for yourselves.
PATRONIZE HOME INSTITUTIONS I
RUSSUL 8. TAl'T, President,
WARREN aillBS, Secretary.
rjrt II E V H R M O N T L I F E
Clothing ana (Gtntis
L L E N AND D 11
Are now opening the best
CUSTOM CLOTHING E V E It
Buj tug, as wo do,
BUST IIOUSKS IN NKW
W'o lire enabled to offer rare Inducements lo those in want of hrst-class mado clothing.
.( c ir r r n n ir o c a x x o t n n n i: ,i r .
LADIES' AND OENTS' EINE FUNS, SLEIGH H011ES, itC, iC.
Tho best lino of theso goods In Vermont
had over 20 years cxpcrlenco In this lino
Ilemeinhcr we aro now opening a new lot of FUltS.
I ur work neatly nnd proudly done, (llvo us a call.
It E A I) Y M A I) E
HATS, CAPS AND FlJUNLSllINO
Having Just sold 13,ooo of our stock, we can now show this llnost and host stock of
J Jit E A D Y M A I) E O L O T II I N (1 I N V E It M O N T
ALL NF.W AND BOUOIIT SINCfi TUB PANIC.
We will sell goods low. Remember we havo an entire new stock. One price fur oil at
ALLEN k DKEW'S,
novlaJiwiw- 2; MERCHANTS' ROW.
ftavtlwarc. Sooujs, stationery, tfr.
JEVI G. KINGSLEY. 1871 DIARIES. 1871
BUILDERS' AND CABINET 1,74 DIARIES. is;j
HARDWARE, D'ARlEs. hm
Weymouth line Finishing and Empire, cut ,,-. iitii,,,.
Nails, Iron, Steel, Chains, .te. "'4 RIARII.o. ls.4
1ST! DIARIES. 1174
BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS, iU DIARIES. 1-74
BLACKSMITH'S STOCK, Kroln
Steel, Iron, licks, Ames' Shovels, Blasting Pow-
der (government proof), Fuse, Largo t.Mii Wuy
.1)1111 Files, Steel Striking Ham
mers. Handles, ,Ve.
MANILLA ROPE AND CORDAOE. 32i
SAW-MILL, CIRCULAR AND WOOD SAWS, Different Styles.
AND BOYNTON'S LK111TNIM1
CROSS-CUT SAWS. Tho
P A I N T S ,
Oils, Varnishes, (Hue, Sand Paper, Brushes, ire.
GLASS AND PUTTY.
A snlendldl lne of Table and Pocket Cutlery.
Shears and Scissors.
F U R N I T U R E .
Parlor Furniture, Center Tables, Mirrors, Ex
tension Tables, Bedsteads, Mattrussus,
Spring Beds, Bureaus and Chairs.
Manufacturer of Black Walnut, chestnut and
Painted Chamber Sets.
C A R P UTS.
Velvet, Brussels, Tapestry, Three liy and In
grain Carpets, oil Cloths, Ac, Ac.
COFFINS AND CASKETS,
AND METALLIC BURIAL CASES.
Rutland. Juno 17.1S73
L. O. KINOSLEY'S.
A N I) O N & II U N T O O N,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
NAILS, Ao., Ao., &o.
general Assoi ttnent of
II E L T I N O, L A C I N (!,J ACQ
TIMOTHY, CLOVER, AND ALL
NOVA SCOTIA PLASTER,
LODI MANUFACTURING CO.'S roUDRETTU
A FULL LINK Of
ROAD SURA PEES,
O II E A P F OR CASH
B A R R K T T
S OLD STOIt E
line of cloths for fine
SHOWN IN RUTLAND,
direct from tho
YOllK AND BOSTON.
selected by Mr. Allen, of Burlington, who has
Goods shown with pleasure. All kinds of
C L O T II I N
(lOOD.S, TRUNKS AND BAOS.
EXCELSIOR IS THE DIARY TO BUY.
See them nt
S PAUL DING'S.
New Styles of
Comer Merchants' Row and West Street.
IDE EXCELSIOR DIARY FOR 1874
GLOME PAVER COMVAXY,
General Wholesale Agents for
VERMONT ANI:.N'EW HAMPSHIRE,
WASHINGTON, WARREN, ESSEX', AND
CLINTON COUNTIES, N. Y.
S TWELVE REASONS
Why the Trade give to the Excelsior DUrytho
preference over all others.
1st, It Is printed on lino rose tint paper.
2d. The samo quality ot paper is used through
the entire line, giving Just as good paper In a
cluap book as In a high priced one.
3d. it Is the beat finished Diary In the
4th. We give you 235illfferent styles to select
Mh. Quite a number of the best selling pat
terns ure made by no other house.
cth. The pocket-book styles are all arranged
to suit tho business man.
"Hi. Retailers want n Diary that Is neat, at
tractive and saleable.
6th. You will llnd fewer ot thorn among the
old stock ol dealers, as they sell hotter than
nny other Diary.
nth. The sale of tho Excelsior has Inci eased
more than 500 per cent. In tho last four ears,
which fact shows that the retailer appreciates
loth. We give attractlvcshoweardsandpost-
ers, and plenty of them.
11th. They cost no more, and no less, than
other Diaries nil lists and discounts being
121h. Tho Excelsior Is tho best retallln!
Diary offered to tlio trade.
Wo Intend to v Islt nit dealers In Diaries early
In the season. It there are any, however, that
wo do not reach, we shall bo pleased to send
them, on application, a line of samples to ex
amine lu comparison with other goods.
Early orders are always filled complete, whllo
lute orders uro apt to llnd tho assortmeit
broken, and frequcutly tho best belling stjles
used up. It Is a good plan to put In orders eai ly
as pay-day comes no sooner , than with lato or
ders. Wo can deliver goods any thno ufler 1st
Semi In j our orders for tho Excohlor early to
THE GLOI1E PAPER CO.,
OUR STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
comprises a full lino of staplo goods,
llrst-class papers, folded and Hat, ruled ami
plain, all weights and sties. Envelopes of nil
grades and colors, drag, pay, nolo, letter, olll
chil and document, all llrst-class goods and
prices low. Order a sample- lot.
OL0111-: PAPER CO.
BLANK ROOKS Aro a specialty villi
us. Wo havo everything In this line. Wo
have ono of the best (if not tho best) appointed
Blank Book manufactories lu tho state. Every
thing Is new and In good shape, and wo havo a
man lu chargo of 11 who understands tho busi
ness In all Its details. Wo havo a stock of tlrst
class ledger papers, and Invito banks, manufac
turing companies, c, to examlno our stock aud
prices. GLOBE PAPER CO.
PENCILS. Dixon's Round Gilt Pencils
aro as pood as Fuber's Round Gilt, somo
say better. 1 f no better, Uiey desen o favor from
being an American Pencil at lower prices.
They aro mado by Iho Joseph Dixon Crucible
Co., Jersey city, N. J and w e offer them lo tho
trade at tholr uet prices, Try them,
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io mako largp wages uus vvuiicr, senu icrour
circulars and terms to
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LL OUT OF
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Y M E N 'I'
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lays, selling ocean's sioiiy. a inrhs t
Library ot Adventures noon, una ihe w.m.l.T,
beneath the great (Icon lis. More agents u mil ml
for this und the history or Livingstone
YEARS IN AFRICA. Also our splendid new
Bible, lust rra ly. Address lll'BIIAIII) MM ,
Publishers, ra Washington Street, Boston.
" A NEW THING UNDER the SI N."
SIXTEEN OIL PAINTINGS IN A BOOK !
Never before wns such an Idea attempted for
book Illustration; every one who has seen II
pronounces It Superb. Mrs. Harriet Beeeher
stowe's latest vv ork,
WOMAN IN SACRED HISTORY,
lsn series of narrative sketches, drawn riom
Seilpturul, hlsiorleal, anil legendary sources.
Illustrated with Sixteen Choice Oil chroino,
alter paintings b tho most celebrated nrtMs
ot the world, giving a rich and lniiglillli nut va
riety of oriental costume and beauty. Mi-..
Stowe. In her eli.irmtlig stvle, has written n
book lu 1 of Interest, and wliliout a dull page III
It, which even, If not Illustrated, would sell i
rupiuiy; out inn
BRILLIANT OIL PICTURES
Inuke It one of 11, o most unique, original, and
M-ui.iiiMiiHt' uuciM, ever oiieiuo i lie piciures.
If published separately, would rendilv sell tor
12 each or (3 whllo tno entire book, with the
sixteen pictures, together with sumptuous
bindings of the volume, can bo had for one-llftli
inni amount, i ue iwok is making a trcmeiid-
SENSATION AMONG AGENTS
nnd salesmen, hecausn It Is absolutely new and
"has money lu u, " To get pleasant work nml
good pay, send for terms, ehculats, Ac., to J. 11.
i-uiiii v iw., ftrw lors, i.osion, cuicago, sail
Francisco, or Cincinnati. iiovl2ili,w iw
MIU MAGIC COM 11.
sent bv mall to nnv olle for fl. Will
change any colored hair to n permanent black
or brown and contains no poNon. 'I'rado sup
plied nt low rates. Addeuss, MAGIC COM 11
CO., Sprlngllcld, Mass. novl2dvlw
TRITE for Large
lllustr.itcd Pi ice
t List. Address
VT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
No 1T3 Slnlthlleld Stieet,
Ilrceeh-loadlng shot Gunsilu lo SCO. Double
Shot Guns, is lu 10. single Gun, $3 to ti.
Rllles, is to Tfi. Revolvers, 1 to $25. Pistols,
$ltofi. (Inn Material, FMilng Tackle. Lurgii
discount lo Dealers or Clubs. Aimy Guns, Re
volvers, ,Vc, Lought or traded fur. Goods sent
by expiess C (1. 1). lo be examined burme paid
C O . ' S
TWO GEMS FOR HOUSEHOLD USE.
BIXUV'S lilESCIl Lacsdky Bi.uk.
Uixnv's Best Siiok Blackish.
Agents for tlie fastest
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4 IS PAGE Illustrated catalogue of
IX. Money Making Books sent on receipt of
stamp; Including the latest and best books lor
agents. E. B. TREAT, Publisher, sus Broad
way, N. Y. oetSiil.tlvv
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X NESS, and all THROAT DISEASES, use
WELLS' CARIIOLIC TAliLETS
Put up only In BLUE boxes. A tried and sure
remedy. Sold by Druggists. oct2Sd.tw4w
Y. SAFETY STEAM POWER Co ,
SO CORTI.ANDT ST., NEW YORK.
Superior steam engines and boilers, by special
machinery and duplication of parts. T hey un
safe, economical, easily managed and notllablo
to derangement. Their combined engine and
boiler Is peculiarly adapted to all purjiosi s re.
quiring small povur. More than 400 engines,
irom 2 to 100 horse-power, In use. Send lur Il
lustrated clrculais. uctfidAvv Wvv-
OMESTIO " PAPER FASHIONS.
A G E N T S W A N T
E D .
SEMI 1'Olt CATAUHlt'E.
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,
0Ct2adlVV4W New YOKK.
ii( UMPH0E1NH."-The great discov
cry for tho Immediate lellet and cure
of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises,
Pains, strains, stilt Joints, swellings, inilama
Hons Bunions, Catarrh, Ac, Kc. it will not
greaso or stain, and for tli? toilet Is a luxury In
every family. Thousands will nml now lestll.v
lo Us great merits. Try It. Price per bottlo 25
cents. REUBEN HOYT, liop'r, laia Greenwich
street, N. novlViIsw4w
mm: highest medical author-
X liiKSot Europe say llio strongest Tonic,
purlllcr and Deobsu ueni known lo tho medical
;j U R U 11 E II A.
It arreet decay ot vital forces, exhaustion of
the nervous system, restores vigor lo the debil
itated blood, removes vesicle obstructions and
nets directly on tho Liver and spleen. Price i
a bottle. JOHN i(, KELLOGG, IS Piatt street,
N, Y. novl2d.twlw
AKES ON SIGHT. Last and best
cnmblmithin tor Canvassers, Agents and
Salesmen I hemiv waiiii ueixiii.u.s lamuy
newspaper starts its Fall campaign, giving sub
scribers a pair ot iho largest and Iluest OK'O
graplistwu most ntlraotlvo subjects that
lakes" on bight pi luted by Mrs. Anderson, us
contrasts and companions tor , tlio "Wide
Awake" and "Fast Asleep. Agents have Im
mense success ; call It the "best business ever
offered canvassers. "Wo furnish the lightest
and handsomest uuttlt and pay very high coin,
missions. Each subscriber, old or new, receives
without delay two beautiful pictures. Full
supply ra.uly lor Immediate delivery. Tho pa
per itself stands peerless among family Joiirn
ids, being so popular that of Its class It has
the largest circulation In the world 1 Employs
tho best literary talent. Edward Egglelon's
great serial story Is Just beginning ; back chai
ters supplied to each subscriber. Mrs. stowe's
long expected sequals to ".My Wlfo and I" bo
gins In the new ear. Any ono vv ishlng a good
salary or an Independent business should send
for circulars and terms to .1. B. Ford a Co., New
York, Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati und San
JENTUCKY & GREAT EASTERN
SEVEN PER CENT. GOLD 110NDS,
Coupons payable February and August In Gold,
In Now oil: or Baltimore. For salo at Hi) per
cent, and acciued Interest In curiencyi seemed
by First Mortgage i executed to Farmers' Uian
and Trust company of Now York.coverlug com
pany's Line, Its Franchises, Equipments, Real
und Personal Estate, at llio ralo of ltn,ooo per
mile on tho Road, extending from linelnnatl to
Cntlettsburg, the terminus ot Chesapeake and
Ohio Road, 140 miles.
Governments, state, city. Railroad or any
other mnrketablo securities taken In exchange,
nt highest market rates, without commission,
and K. & G.E.R. Bonds torwai ded f reo of charge
to purchaser. Pamphlets, Maps and full Infor
mation will bo furnished on application to
WM, FISHER SONS,
Si south St., Baltimore,
Bankers, Stock and Noto Brokers, and Fiscal
Agents of tho Company i dealers In Govern
ments and Railway securities In all tho mar
kets ot tho U. .
Or to Banks and Bankers throughout tho
MMIE II v .,-
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l i ii,
VERTICAL s n.;l.lo..
'. HU' Ot
' 1 TEAM Eol -t.
.'.0 Bulli'l iih lh id(l
i I i '1 ni ' il'Ut
iL!-. ( an ie i un ulih
M" i. s than v ' iii-i
ii- Troni 1 tu to hi,r,e
i. 40 Loltlalilll '-'n'Ct,
si I... -
lllusti itnl Price
, i,i! i ;
nil ports are Int. n li.oiv
greaier saiei.v una e , -engine
ponir. W are Rooms, :.
N. V. Send for i Ircudir
RITE for lure
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11 A XT EH STEAM EXMM
rrmii 2 to 10 hor-e-pow r, ,i,
t by speel.d tools inni in. i
p,nl eiui he ex.u ll Omni,
ovr sioure now In il.iih il
ls lm reasliig. Pi rsoii ol m
i .in set them up and i un ('i
uw-t eionolnl, al i li-lin s .
( oininon seuiiie or 1 1 1 1 w
puwi r per iinv r nu lioui1-; ,
lion. I'ullv guiimiiti't a
prli e lht and testlmonl.''-.,
, .ind th
illluiv .nl' I1-- ti
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n.onrM i: -i vis,, v
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and will her. . II i - 11 i
$45, mul olle s ii - in pi,
I ,M. (
' I'll II.
T II E I" i. o li
Is the on! - ' !,,
ii.'i i '
backward and ioi . ii '., i ' p,-','
the puriius. r ma;, in, i, ,. Il li. i
improved und sluiplill- (I, mul I i
unv other machine hi tlie mai ia I .
IT S SOW THE CULM ,
Agents Wnnti '.
Florence Mnss., Nov. 1, 'Tj. i
ERMONT CENTRAL AND HIT
On and ufler M,m,l.n, .7'. ne 2,1, i-: ., ti tn
will run ns mllow-, 1siii.,,.i se.xeepi I :
OOIMI -I'U AN O CAST.
Leave Rutland a! 12:'." ,n : i:.!n a. m., u
and reo p. m.
MAIL. Leave 0,1, li-l ,,' ; '. c. .1. s
Albans at tii'ii a. in., 1, or 1 .1 n .o - , ,. i, ,
l'orl Henry nt T:l.', a. i .. 1. , n. i . . , ,
Bellows Falls in p. ii,.. "IMi il V , ,
don at '.i:.iu j,. in !, , '"i u li ' , i ,
N, vt Yolk.
M.W YORK I'M'l.l -s..!,,,t, M
O.'in l. In.. II, li llnc l,,a 1 a. i,,.,.,i . .
I!'!' i u. d al l'.':.',u p. lu.
NIGHT EXPRESS. 1. (I'd, i 1 i
v.'t p in., I'lalisijuig :
St. .loluis 4:.',,i p. m., si.
1 In l.: on !i:Ki p. in., K'iil.,1.,1
rails, :2r, a. in. nirluii',- .,i 'tv Ln: il,
MIXED TRAIN. L, ve P. lilln. ',
m arnvlng In Ruilaii.t a' 7:4ii i.i,
Ruliand at 4.:. a. in.. Ill n r , 1
lac, ommodaiit ii ii am a,r .-. u. ,.i
at f,:ln p. in.
MIXED 'I RAIN. I.' i' si' tlaiai.
arriving In II, :i,,v,s i,.iis .,, . . p. i .
Leaves Ruf land ..; 1 ,
and r,:n.'i p. m.
MAIL. Livve, V, i I
Sprlujilleld s:n i t. n , ' i
Falls 11:4.',., Run iinl .' i
Henry al l:ii'i p. in., But ,
Albans (l;lo p. in., M,,i,t:
burg 1:1.-, a. i.i., inakii , ,
lor Ihe Wi -I.
Albans nl s:.',r p. ei.
2: 1.', p. m spiingii, 1,1 ai
Willi I rain leaving N vv i,
lows Fall.) 11:20 p. m c
leaving Huston at .':.'," p. n
i , n r 1
. " p. lo . ,
l1 lit . "I I
., Rail. I d 1.
iiiiiiiugiou 4140 a. in,
ln Montreal at l':45 a. m,
and ogdensburg at is,..:
, I'l .ItsliuiL nt l.'-i
1 1 .11 us nil I lie unt.
MIXED TRAIN. Leave- Rutland a! . : ,. m
Leave Uuiilngloii at ?:30 a. m., S'. All , n,- i.'
m., arriving in ogdensbur'. at s;m p. . i i
Johns id 3:.M) p. m.
MIXED TRAIN.-I.eavi - Bellows r, . ,,4
a. in., arriving In Rutland ut U:2'i a. m.
ACCOMMODATION. L, ave N. v. I.f n ,
"lion, in., llellovrs FallsC:ou p. in., hit; 'i. , i,
Hull. mil at sins p. in.
Trains leave Burlington gr-ln" r. -t, f ,r xi
peller, .te., at C:.-,r, a. m., 12:-,i p. i. . ,o o ;:.-, p. i
Trains leave Bellows 1 ,.lls gnu,, n i ',, r,i
White River Junction, , ., al S:" a. m. n 1
11:15 a.m., nnd sue and li-.' p. m.
CoxxiXTIONS. At Run ind with lb -- ' r ,v
Saratoga and Harlem Et, nsloii R.oM, i - , t
Bellows Falls with CheMiIre Railroad : ut s i
Vernon with Connect!' ut River R ,Ur ei.
svslceplng ears on- a'taehi d to ni-'at tr i
bstween St. Albans and Trov, and la "lo .
and Boston. f.YLEs Mri:l n I
O 'i'l s ,
St. Albans, Vt., June a l. lsTS,
PfAHLEM 'EXTENSION RAH RuA'1
CHANGE or TIME
ls73. FALL AR'IAM.CMEMs
Oil and after Wedne-da;., Oct. :, ,
will run as follows i
MIXED. Leaves Rutland nt :U',' a in., , '
neetlng at State Line vv iih train l,,i- Tiov .
MAIL. Loaves Rutland a.nO n. no, i il
lug closo connections at Chatham 4 l 'ii r
Willi trains Inr New York, Albun.v, lluds n. aid
both east and west on 11. .v A. 11. R.
MIXED. Leave Rutland at 2.25 n. ui., t
sC'NDAY MILK TRAIN (Willi ras-i l,g
attached). Leaves Rutland ut s.uu a, m.
ARRIVE AT RUTLAND.
Mall, HUi5 p. m.; accomiuodail,,!!, l.a s ,. n
mixed S.20 p. m,
V. C. WHITE. Sunt
Rutland, October VS. IST2. tuuj ida.iv tr
ARM FOR SALE.
The subscribers oiler for sale 1 1 'r ' i ,
uated about two miles from the v, n ,i hi i.
lows Falls, on thu Chester road, w .1 I." 1)
JOHN CLARK FARM,
Containing about three hundred .n.d m i
ot land: two dwelling li 'u e.s, Ho i i ,i
(wo tenant hoiiaes, m jr the run , nl Ira, h
Tho tenant houses ure u, vv. 'lie 1,,. i ri.
house has been thonaOlv npaln il .I'ldp ill
ed, with new phuza in tr, nt and i no, n vt ir ,i
fence, all In tlio most .ulisiaiitlal in d i stud
manner, making IV a d.sliahli i,-ul, in ,'
Neailylliree-fourlhsoi a indent new v, , r )
from a iiover-falllng loumnln supple s .alltie
OVL11 TWO THOl SAND DOI.I s
has been expended v iih' n the pi.i i v ,
oil blllldlllgvs mid Inn i , lieskli-i ;' t
houses. The hind Is ml ip 1 lo il i i
nil kinds of crops, s nm ilfij ,,i, . ,r, vv i
adapted for tobaceo, 'lii I md Is ti,,a uuii i ,
good state ot cultivation, by hav or n 'en tu
out a largo amount of hav and niaia tli i
iwo jears, which has been bmii,,i t
place, besides that which the laim h, - i
(lucid. The eastern line Is ih- la, n
liver and the farm laying wesieiiv, divui, a in
pasture and Ullage laud, vv li h a sun, ut -ai
ply of wood for the premises. Sim ,i, d - - n
iho vUlageof Bellows Falls a villa a no
more rapidly than any place vvlilni, , s-
and with Its unlimited water P"W, ', v un n
last being lmpiuved, must cnniln'ii n ,
In n stllllarccr projiortlon Inlhi' uiiui, uiaki s
It the most desirable farm In these p jh, 1'
session given Immediately , exupt v n
jnrd, and that In one year, Iiiqulr, "t tlie
scilliers on tho premises! or Jos, pli we ,
linn ot J, Wilson .V Co., near the di poi ; ur M
der i Hopkins, at West Rupert, Vt.
Bellows Falls, May 1, ISTJ. mvl-dlf
13ASTURE LAND IN PITTSl'OlfD
X For salo or rent. One hundri dand twent v
llvo acres of line PASTl RE lam loeat"il one anil
one-half miles from Plttsford Milage M li w
or call on E. P. HITCHCOCK, unJcr National
Raul; ot ltutlamt. Rutland, t. Mioltt