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VOL. 1 NO. 177.
VlllOE THREE CENTS.
RUTLAND, VT., MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1873.
-lURTAIN CORNICES OF BLACK
V ' Walnut, or nil nut, made to order, cur
inln llliiirs, Tassels and Cord. DKAllIionx'S
cmow casls. corner, clock '
ij uikI Mantle- Shelves made to order, wltn '
Plain or .Moulded oilsros.
iwiAi'Kura sawcu in 1
drove I Mock.
different stylos at
XTKW MOULDINGS FOR PICTURE
a.1 Framing, I'lironuM, Lllhogrruphs, utid
Khgravlngs al liUAHIlOItN'S
I'twiwr rirrrxv suwrs.
l'ATTIT.NS CLT TO MEAMI'IiE.
1? n7 merriam's PEitnicr' f7t-
lll . TIM) SHIHTS. Tho mo-t cotnrortnbl. ,
durablo and economical. i-j;ui
ECKEIt DUOS. UNRIVALLED PI
ANO rollTKS. nroiiuuncoil tlio IIihmi In
( In- world. Wiirrnntud forseven cars.
It U T L A X 1) I. A f X 0 Hi .
omui iiik i i.'.hivi. hiiisk,
MCKCH ANTS' HOW,,
IttTI M, V i.
AM. KINDS Oh
u'vw;i' iron.', nrrrusu, run..'. . .
Executed with neatness and dispatch.
An experienced Laundress for all 1:1ml oi
novMjtt Monwr . o'ii!mi:n.
A It 1)
TI1F. IlAlilAVLXI, HOI'Si: K11AVINO AND
11AII1 DltnSblNd k UATIIINO SAI.OOON.
Mr. ltenrv Wllll.ims. from New YnrI: liim
purchased tho aliovo halr-drcsslng room and '
has lilted It up In llrst-class style and does tlio
best work, In the most artistic nmnniT. lie
also does lialr work In as lino stjlo nsiluiii' In
llilscounlry. lie makes wigs, switches, curls
chains and anything that Is desired Initio line
ofhalrwork. He would bo pleased tosiu the
ladles of llutlaml and vicinity and irlyo tin in an
..mnln if Mi iilUlftloi tn tlmt line. 111m htm
n call and you win Hud oiorjthltig to suit the I
oct30dtr WILLIAMS & WILV.Y.
Dix'or.ATioN or cIllJucIII:?, halls and
.Many yenrs experience oood first class work
at reasonable prices. Come and sec my work
In the Hatter National Hank.
iiov3d3tn' Hutland, VI.
lil'TLAND MANUFACTUP.IS'O COMI'ANV,
Manufacturers and wholesale doalora In
'O(H) AND CHAIN SUAT CHAWS
STHAILS AND CHAIIt STOCK.
Corner of West and Forest Ms
twooii, Agl. CI. ('. lii'iiui.Ki),
j w. ic i x a ,
Manufacturer and wholesale and letull dealer In
SASH, DOOItS, HI.INDS,
MOFLDINdS, IlltACKF.TS, AND IIOFSE FFH
OF KVEKV IIESClltl'TIOX.
I CllNVt'E SrilEET, llOTLANO, Vr.
iinl'i'-. by mall or olherwlso prornplly attend
ed t i. myldtf
LIXCOLX IltOX WOltKS.
Marble Mill and Hoisting Machinery of the
must Itaptuved construction. Derricks and
pumplns machinery, castings mid general ma
steel and Iron Wlro Itopo r.t Manufacturer s
liutland. Vt., May 1, 15T3. mayldtf
a. ii. havlj:v,
civvi cron Axu i'is.icticm, si.ati:::,
He is prenared to do all work promptly and
well. Orders can be left at J. E. (ilnn's store
on .Merchants' lluw, or at the llardvvell House.
iltftrtnett Ilockwood llarrett, liutland; 1.. M.
Mason, President of First National Hank, De
troit, Michigan; Hon, .1. M. Marvin, Saratoga
-y.Dot.5 ami Allocs.
E.VVEItr.EXS ! llEAVEItl'-ENS 1
THE ONLY COLD ,t WATCH l'KOOF
(' L O T II
1! () () T
IN THE MAI1KET.
All thosi troubled with corns and cold feet
can get relieved by buying a pair at
NO. 0 MERCHANTS' ROW.
XEXS' 1SLWAI.U LINED HOOTS
J.YJL tor Railroad Men, at No. o Merchants'
LD LADIES IlEAVEIt ami I'ICLT
SHOES; also, Congress Arctic Overshoes,
O, W. CUIilllEll'S,
No. fi Merchants' How.
UV THE AIOCCAHIX HOOT FOIl
WOOD CHOI'I'EH.S, at
O. W. CVHHIEIt'S.
OOTS AXI) .SHOES.
W. E. 110SS
Has now In btoro a full stock ot
BOOTS, SHOES AXD HUHHEItS,
which he la soiling at extremely low prices.
1 have Just received tho agency fur Munsou's
unexcelled New York shoos, ami shall endeavor
lit all times to have a full line ot all widths and
. E. ltOSH,
No. n, Merchants' How, liutland, Vt.
Oct 20 illy
HAXTElt XATIOXAL HANK,
II. HENIIV 11AXTEII,
II, F. LOTIIItni',
.1. N. 11AXTKK,
T. W. l'AIIK,
(1E0. E. IIOYl'E,
(IEOIUIK It. ll'ini'U,
.1. W. CilAMTON-,'
N. T. sriiAiirr, .in.
W, V, DUN10,
W. ('. I.IM'IIN.
COLL EOT 1 O.N S
Made ami remitted for at Lowest IUIhs.
INTKIIE3T ALIOWEll ON TIMI! bKI'OllfS.
A general Hanking and Exchange business
II, Heniiv IIAXTER, ITest. J. N. Haxtkr, V. ITest.
(IKOKOK R. HoTTt'M, Cashier.
111! IS I1VUII,
11 It O K h Ji
II UllOAP STItHUT, ,W,"II' idlth
Stocks, (lovcrntneiit nadOoldl uth uud id
niK xi:v voitic times.
duly, skmi-wlkkly ash weekly.
THE NEW Yoniv DAILY TIMHS
OXLY REPUBLICAN JOURNAL
IN THE CITY OF NEW YOHK.
Tho high character which Dm Dally Times
has borne In the past Isn suniclcnt guarantee
for Its conduct In the future. It will contlnuo to
; iidvocato the cause of the public, without rotcr-
1 eiicn to tlio interests if Individuals. No ex.
, ponso will be spared In tlio inulntenniico of Its
position as the foremost of American Journals.
1 It l! the best dully lnmlly newspaper In the
(uuntrv. It has the latest news, the host tur
i'Wh correspondence, uud tlio l.il'KCSt start of
huni" correspondents. All objectionable news
unit advertisements lire ilgldl excluded.
TBKVfS Til MAIL Rl'MCI'.lBFItR.
TP Hilly 'I Imr , per annum, lneludlnsf the
sinniuv' edition 4 1'J
'lh.' D.illv Times, per annum, exclusive or
the Sunday edition 10
Th" Sunday edition, wr ntiuum a
THE SEMI-WEUKLY TIMES.
'I lie SeinMvo'kly Times contains nvcij caro
lul epltninu of our foreign and homo corres
pondence s an Interesting selection or current,
literature rrom the best foreign and domestic
magazines; n cholei) vailety or agricultural
matter, and the very latest hews tip to the hour
id going lo press. Terms 13 per milium. Club
t ates Two copies, ono ear, (.1 : Ten copies, one
,v e.ir, ti. and one extra copy free. New mimes
iua lie added Id clubs at any time during; tho
: i. .r, at club rates.
TllH WEEKLY 'TIMES.
The Weekly Times Is undoubtedly (ho best
paper for the rnrtnir, for liio mechanic, ami fur
all who live In localities which are served only
by weekly mails. It contains, In addition lo
edllorlul lumiuohls on current topics, an excel
lent condensation of the news or the v. eel;; the
nio'.t Important events, both home and rorelgn,
.ire reviewed at length, and n largo nmintlly nr
inntter Is given especially Interesting to the
fanner and mechanic. Its market reports are
the lullest mid most net urate In the country.
Trims fit p-r niinmn.
Clu'i rates nr the Weekly all to one postofftce
ud. tress rive coplts, tier annum, sreu; Ten
copies p ! annum, iliW; Twenty copies, per
annum, I'hlrl.v copies, per atitium, and
one extra eopv to each club. For every club or
llfly, one copy of th" Send-Weekly Times to tho
(fetter-up on lie club.
When i he names of subsei ibeis are required
to be Mi'litcn ujion ejch paper ortho clubat
one poslolllee address, ten tents for eaen copy
additional to the nbo;o roles.
The Semi-Weekly and Weekly mailed ono
year to clergymen at the lowest rates.
These prices are. (available. Kcmll Indrnlts
on Now York or Post O.llco Money Oiders, l(
liosslble, and whero neither of these can be
procured, send tho money In a registered let
ter. Terms, cash In advance.
THE NEW YOlilv TIMES,
New York City
.S KOU 1S71
T Hi: A L I) I X E.
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, universally
admitted to bo the Handsomest I'eilod
Icnl In the WollJ, A Representa
tive and Champion of Am
i lican Taste.
NOT I'OK HALE IV 'IOOK OI! NEWS SIOHES.
ne AUlnr, hllo Issued wllh all the regulat
Ity, has none of the temporary or timely Inter
est characteristic nr ordinary pei lodlcals. It Is
an elegant miscellany or pure, light and grace
till literature ; and a collection or plenties, the
rarest specimens ot in llstle skill, In black and
white, Alihouirh eacliMieeceding number at
lords n fiesh pleasure to Its filends, the real
value and b.'.uuy of Thr AUmc will be most ap
preciated alter It has been bound up at the
close or t he year. While other publications may
claim superior cheapness, as compared with
rivals or a similar class TlioAlilinf Is a iinlipie
uud original conception alone and unapproach
ed absolutely without competition In price or
character. The possessor oi a complete volume
ennnot duplicate the quantity of line paper and
i ngrax lugs In any other shape or number or
Mjlumi ten limes Itseosl ; and then, there
are the chiumos, besides I
AliT DEPARTMENT, 1ST I,
The lllu-lrallun.s or The Aldine liao won a
world-wide leptilntlon, and In the alt centres
or Europe It Is an admitted fact that Its wood
cuts are examples ot the highest perfection
ever attained. The common piejudlce In lavor
of "steel plates," Is rapidly , Melding to a more
educated and discriminating taste which recog
nizes the advantages or superior at tlstle quali
ty wllh greater facility ot production. Tho
wood cuts of Tltc A lilluc possess all tho delicacy
and elaborate llnlsh of the most costly steel
plate, while they alford a better rendering of
the artist's original.
Totally roallzo the wondeiful wotk which
7Vir AUmc lsdolug tor the causo of al l cultuio
In America, It Is only necessary to consider t he
cost to the people ot any other decent represen
tations ot tlie productions or great painters.
In addition to designs by tho members or the
National Academy, and other noted American
art Ists, The AtUina will reproduce examples or
the best foreign masters, belccted with u view
to thu highest artistic succlss and greatest gen
eral interest. Thus tho subscriber to The AUlne
will, at a trilling cost, enjoy In his own home
tho pleasures and refining lnlliiences of true
Tho quarterly tinted plates for is; I will be by
Thos. Moran and J. D. Woodward,
Tho Christmas Issue for 1STI will contain
special designs appropriate to tho season, by
our best arilsts, and wld surpass In attractions
any or lis predecessors.
I'REMIL'M l'Olt lsTI.
Every subscriber tn Tin AUlne for the year
is; 1 w in receive a pair or enromos. tub origin
al pictures were painted In oil ror tho publish
ers or The Ahhne, by Thomas Mornu. whoso
great Colorado picture, was purchased by con
gress for ten thousand dollars. Tho subjects
were chosen to lepresent "Tho East" and "The
West." One Is a view In the White Mountains,
New Hampshire ; thooth r gives The Clllfs ot
(irccn lllur, Wyoming Teriltory. Tho differ
ence In the natui'o ot the scenes themselves is
a pleasing contrast, and affords a good display
or the arllsl's seopo and coloring. The chromos
nie each wo Led lrom thirty distinct plates.nnd
nre In sue (12 x 10) and appearanco exact tac
similes or the originals, The presentation ot a
worthy oxauiplo of Ameilca's greatest land
scape painter to tho subscribers or The AUlne
was a bold but pacullarly happy Idea, and Its
suceessrul realu itlon Is attested by tho lollow
Ing testimonial, over the signature of Mr. Mo
inn himself :
Nlwakk, N. J., sept. 50th, ls;a.
Messrs. James Sutton a Co.
Oentlemcn, I am delighted with tho proofs In
color ot jour chromos. They aru wonderfully
successful representations by mechanical pro
cess of tho oiiglnal paintings:
(Signed,) T110S. MORAN.
Theso chromos aro In every sense American.
Theynrob,' an original American process, with
material ot American manufacture, lrom de
slirus or American seenerv bv an American
painter, and presented to subscribers to the
llrst successful American Art Journal, It uu
better because of all this, they will certainly
iiossessauluterest.no foreign production can
Inspire, and neither ure they any tho worse if
by reason of peculiar facilities ot production
thov cost tho publishers only n trllle. while
equal In every respect to other chromos that
aro sold singly lor doublo tho subscription
pi Ice or The Alilme. Persons or ta9tu will prize
those pictures for themselves not for the price
I lie dldordld not cost, ami will appreciate the
enterprise lliat renders their distribution pos
sible. It f.ny subscrlbcrshould lndlcatoapreference
for a injure subject, the publishers will send
"Thoughls ot Home " n new and bcjutllul
chrouio llxio Inches, representing u little
llnllan exile whoso speaking eyes betray thu
longings of his heart.
fi wr mmvm, in mlmncr,vUh Oil ('hromox
For I'lHy Cents Extra, tho chromos will be
cnt, mourned, varnished, and prepaid by
The AUlne will, herenrier, bo obtalnablo only
by subscription. Theruwlllbo no reduced or
club rain ; cash for subscriptions must bo sent
to the publishers dliect, or handed to the local
canvasser, wllhout responsibility to tho pub.
Ushers, except in cases where tho ccrtlilcato Is
glum, beailng the fac-simllo tlgnature or
James button .v. Co.
Any person wishing lo net permanently as n
local canvasser will recelie Jutland piompt In
JAMES SUTTON & CO., Publishers,
otl'zsdtr. W Maiden Lane, New York,
FIFTY-TWO YEARS OLD.
NEW ENGLAND FAIt.MLIt,
'Hie olilr-j Aiilcullurnl and l'amllv News
11 up r In New l.ngland, Largo si zo Practical
Inrormation interesting Literary Selections
i hoii " .uric i, I'oetrj, Ac Ml tho News of tho
Da- i neout lied t altlo and crop Murket lle
liorts Onlv 9 'air year. Send letter stamp for
spe tmen It EATON & CO..
il' V i n l i
Fit EE FItOM ALCOHOL.
Dn. J. Walk En's CALttoiixiA Vineom: Himns
aru a purely vegetable preparation, made
chleliy lrom the nallvo herbs round on Ihe low
er ranges or tho Sierra Novuda mountains of
California, tho medicinal properties of which
aro extracted thercrrom wllhout the use or Al
cohol. The question Is almost dally asked,
"What Is the causo of the unparalleled success
ot ViNMun IHTTEiia?" Ournnswer Is that they
remove the e.mse ol dlsense, and Ihe patient re.
covers his health. They are the great blood
purltler and a llle-glvlng principle, a perfect
IteniAator and InMgorntor or the system Nev.
er befoie In the history ot the world has a hied
l"lne been compounded possessing the remark
able qualities of Vixno tit Hittehsiii healing the
sick or any disease man Is heir lo. They are a
gentle 1'urgatlwi as well us Tonic, lellevlng
Congestion or lnllommutloii or the l.lvernnd
Iseeral organs or UilUotiu Diseases.
DR. WALKER'S CAM ORNIA VINEOAR
act on all those eases Hi a Lingular maimer.
Hy purlrlng the Hlood they remove thu cause,
and by rcsolUng nwaythe erfeelsof tho lu
ll immallou (the luliereularilepuslts) the aileei.
i-d palls reeeiMi health, and a peiiuanent cine
IF MEN WILL ENJOY OOOD 1IKAI.I II,
lei them use Vini oak HnTKits us a medicine,
and avoid the use or alcoholic sllmulauls In
o cry lorm.
(IRATE1T L TIIOI SANDS
proclaim vincii vu hiiti.hs ihe mo.i woiideirul
InMgorant that ever sustained Ihe slitl.Un;
NO PERSON CAN TAKE THESE BITTERS
according lo directions and unioln long un
well, provided their bones lire not ilestioyed by
mineral poison or other meai.s, and vital or
gans wasted be0iid repair.
which are so liievalcnt In the valleys ot our
great livers throughout the United States,
esp. daily those ot tho Mississippi, Ohio, Mis
souri, Illinois, Tennessee, Cuiubel land, Arkan
sas, Red Colorado, Hrazos, Rio orande, Pearl,
Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Roanoke, James,
and many others, with their vast tributaries,
throughout our entire country during the
Summer and Autumn, and remarkably so dur
ing seasons of unusual heat and dryness, ure
Invariably accompanied b.v extensive derange
ments or Ihe stomach ami liver, and other ub
domliinl viscera. In their treatment, a nunra-
tlve, exerting a powerful lulluence upon Ihese
various organs, Is essentially necessarj. There I
Is no cathartic for the ourpose equ il to Dr. J.
Walleh's VtsiaiAii Hitti:ii, as they will speed- ;
11 V lemove the dark-colored viscid matter with
which the bowels are loaded, at the same lime
stimulating the secretions ot the liver, and gen- ,
(rally restoring the healthy runellutis or th" di-
gestlve organs. (
roHTIFV THE HODY AIIAINsT DISEASE
by purirjlngnll the llulds wllh Vinijiak ir
ti:ks. No eplilemle can take hold oi the stem
DYSPEPSIA OR INDHIESTION,
head-aehe, pain In the shoulders, coughs, light
ness or the chest, dizziness, sore eructallons of
the stomach, bad taste la the mouth, bilious at
tacks, palpitation or tho heart, Intlammallouof
ihe lungs, pain In the region ot the kidneys,
and a hundred other painful symptoms are olf
sprlngs of dyspepsia Ono bottle will prove a
better guarantee of Its merits than it lenillo
SCIIOITLA, 01! KINO'S E II.,
white swellings, ulcers. Erysipelas, sv.UIol
neck, goitre, semrulous Inilammatlous, mereu
ilalallectlons, old sores, eruptions ot the skin,
sore eyes, etc. In these, as In all other consti
tutional diseases, Walker's Vineovu Hutuus
have ihovvn their great ruratlvo povveis In the
most obstinate and Intractable casus.
FOR INFLAMMATORY AND CHRONIC RHEU
MATISM, gout, bilious, remittent and intermittent fevers,
diseases or t no blood, liver, kidneys and blad
der, these bltlers havo no equal, such diseases
aro caused by mated blond.
Persons engaged In paints anil minerals, such
us plumbers, typo-setters, gold-beaters and
miners, as tney ndvance In Hie, aro subject to
paralysis or ihe bowels Toguard agalnstthls,
take a dose ot Walker's Vim-oak Hirtuas occa
sionally. FOR SKIN DISEASES,
eruptions, tetter, salt rheum, blotches, spots,
pimples, pustules, bol s,cail)Unclcs,i lug-worms,
scald heads, sot u eyes, erysipelas lien, scuns,
decelerations or the skin, humors and diseases
or the skin ot whatever nanio or nature, aro
literally dug up and carried outof tits sj stem
Hi a short tlinj by tho use of these Hitlers.
PIN,; TARE AND OTHER WORMS,
lurking In the system of so many thousands, are
effectually destroyed and removed. No system
or medicine, no vermifuges, no niithelmliiltles
will rree tho system rrom worms llko these Hit
ters, FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS,
In young or old, married or single, at the dawn
of womanhood, or tho turn or lire, these Tonlo
Hitters display so decided an Inlluence that Im
provement Is soon perceptible.
CLEANSE THE VITIATED HLOOD
whenever you tlnd Its Impuillles bursting
through tho skin In pimples, eruptions or soies,
cleanse It when you llnu Itobslrueted and slug
gish In thu veins ; cleanse It when It Is foul;
Jour feelings will tell jou when. Keep the
blood pure, and the health oi the system will
11. 11. MCDONALD A CO.,
Druggists undflencral Agenls, Han Francisco,
Calirornla, and corner or Washlngloii mill
Chuileston streets, N, Y.
SOI.U 11V ALL DlllUUISTH AND DEALERS.
Oct. 2. d.lvv row ly
TTETEItlNAHV. Dr. C. V. Wilkinson's
(Heal English Cough Powders, for Horses
oiuy. a sure curu tor coughs, roius, swelling
itk lliu .illlinj-,, nuio , ill uui, l.lllill-llllL, llllll 1 11,
Horse All, and itll diseases or the Throat and
Theso powders nrn sale at all llmos, belus
tree irom poisoiious iirugs. i reparcu ny i .u.
it.ivt,sni'is, tcieiiiuuy niirueoii, t laruiiiuui,
N 11. Forsalo by ('. I'. WINO, agent lor Hup
laud and vicinity. ectiolnv
EAST WAI.LINaroRD, VT.
THURSDAY F.VENINO, Nov. 2Tlh,
(lentlemen wllh Ladles aro resiiectrullj
ClUS HlEWAUT, A. W. DlCKKRMAN, ClUltl ES
Mmloby IIOLDE.N'S Fl LI. HAND. Not aids
Tickets fl.'io. Nol'MUiw
Orasl ctiU'r 1"
y leis for sale nt
in k ini
rplIE FALL TEItat OF THE HE It
X I.1NOTON, VT SCHOOL
for young ladles, will open un
WEDNESDAY, SEFTEMHER 10th.
A limited number of boarders taken Into the
rnncipars tamuy ror tho year.
For terms apply to tho Principal.
References President Anell. Ann Arbor.
Mich ; Prof. M. Potty, Hurllngton, Vt.; ltev.J.
II. Worcester. I). 1)., Hurllngton, Vt.; Chief
lusiivu i leipuiui, vergennes, i.; lion. u. a
Hurt, Swalltoll, Vt.
BAHltE ACADEMV. The Winter
Term will beglu on Thursday, Dec,lh.
For board, rooms, or catalogues addrosi
J. S SI'AULDINO,
novlJdeodi'vvjw Dane, Vermont
IMl'LOV.MENT AT HOME.
In every City and Town In Vermont, for r.n arti
No subscription. Exclusive territory given.
Host inducements oiTere.l.
I., A. COI1H, .
novsJivvlm Hiiliand, Vt.
v T A NTE I ). Two Tnllnrcsses lo woik
v 7 with journey men Inllorson lino coals;
also one pant maker, to luako by hand, and a
llrsi-rlass vest maker, (lond wages and Heady
work the year round, only evperloace.l hands
need applv .
F. M. SMI I II,
Nov. 1, lsTJ. nldlw 3T Center SI.
WANTED. Tvvn llrsl-el.tss .Mllliner.s.
1 y Apply at once to
Mrs. J. W.STEARNS,
HOVRI3J Rutland, Vt.
We are proiiared to Hind In new und iipproprll
ate slylo any of thu jiopul.tr
HOOKS. MAUAZIXEK AXI) NEWS
PAPEItS O r T II E D A Y ,
at Tin: rj.T i.mrKXT i:ati:s.
American Law Review,
American o.ldrelluvvs Magazine,
Apph ton's Journal,
Ari bur's Rome Magazine,
Hi lllsh guarterlj Review,
lludget ot Fun,
cablnut Makers Album. -Catholic
t onchmakci 's Journal,
cultivator x (' iiinlry (Jcntlein'ii,
Druggists Clreular and Uiemleal (iazelte,
Freemason's Monthly Magazine,
Oodej's Ladle's Hook,
Coo. I Words,
(ilcason's Llteran Companliui,
Hall's Journal of Health.
Journal of lloitlculiure,
Journal of Pharmacy,
1mdon Illustrated News,
La Salle Monthly,
Lesllo's Illustrated News,
I.csnc'. Lady's .Magazine,
Llttcll's Living Age,
1, iiidou Lancet,
.M.inuraciuivr end liullder,
Medical and Surgical Retiorter,
Medical mid suiglcal Jotiiual,
M itss.iclntserl s Teacher,
North American Review,
NMvv England Fanner,
Old and New,
our doling Folks,
Oliver Optic's Magazine,
our Hoys and (llrls.
orei land Monthly,
Popular .Science Monthly,
.Science ot Health.
Student and Schoolmate,
spoiTii'jr j lines,
Sund.iy School Times,
The Nut scry,
Van Nostrand's Erlecllc En-)
Wilkes Spirit ot tho Times,
Wll and Wisdom,
Wood's Household Mugazine,
Fumplus of Rinding can always bo round In
our Couiitlng-ionir, or wo will send prices by
mall on application.
Missing nuinhcrsnr any Magazlno or Newspa
per furnished It dcslied.
Particular attention given lo
1HND1NO SHEET MUSIC A D OLD WORK
Liberal discounts to Town or City I.lbrailes.
(1L01IE PAP E It COM PAX V
Pi Inters anil Hook-binders,
O F A I. I. K I N D S ,
SOLD 11 V
til.ODE PM'Elt COMPANY.
BltK'K I liavo Ave hundred thoinand
good huid luirni d inerchantable brick on
It ml and fui ule on reasonable lei ins. Please
ml aud ex.iniine Wurrnnted to give ntlsfac
t i WM V FIELD.
tNEEP FOIt SALE.
A flock of 2.VI puro Spanish Sheep, or the "Don
Pedro" nnd "lnnirnveil l'.iul ir " breeils. lielniitf.
Ing to the estate ot the Into Joseph Sheldon of
. tin uu, en. Also tn line luiuos, at eai lings, in
lino condition for shinning: ltio lino breedlnir
ewes nnd s slock bucks. Will be sold altogether
or in iois to sun customers, r or iurinor par
tlculars, call upon, or nddtess
S. W. HAILKY, Advi'k.,
scplDJtf Falrhaven. Vermont.
1) A L E
.My house on thu curlier or Miln and Washing
ton streeli, with or without the two houses ad
Also a desirable gardon lot on the south end
M A I N DTK II K T ,
cjiitalnlng about tllty choice fruit lives.
Mrs- E. W. 1IUN IOON.
Enquire ore. F. lluntoon.ut
IANDON l: IIIWTOO.VU.
."J OL'SK AXD LOT FOIt SALE.
situated on the comer ot Pine and Fourth
streets, Falihaveii, Vt., formerly owned by C.
i miuuutii. t'oi ICI111S,,C
vc , apply tn
REUHllN T. ELLIS.
tk't. 2Z 3vvdtf
hotels ami Sininij glooms.
A It I) W H L L II O 1 H H .
.1. W. CItAMTOX, Proprietor.
The HAKDWELI. HOUSE Is located opposite
the Denot. and has long been favorably known
to thu traveling public. It has been recently
improveu, now iiuoruing tne oesi nun most am
ple accommodation lo guests.
The TAI1LE will be sunnllod with all the lux-
urles or the Season, und every attention vv 111 be
paid to the control t or Its patrons.
In the future, as In the past, the Proprietor
Intends lu make It atlist-class House allord.
Ing all tho comforts or a home to tho traveler.
1 no puoiie patronage is solicited.
A liOUD LIVERY In connection with the
Attentive PORTERS will be found at the De
pot un the arrival of all trains.
1 EXT It A L II O USE.
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN 1'LANS.
Complete with rooms
E X SHI T E A X I) S I X (i L E .
being the very center or r.tshlon and brilliant
Rutland lite. In proxliuliy In places or amuse
ment, and, opposite tieorge II. Palmer's, Hin t A
Sherman, C. A. l'arkhuist nnd (leorge W. Mil
liard's dry goods palaces.
O Y S T E R S
tor tale In large or suuiM quantities, and served
In every style.
a. .v. s.i.siu Ki, rnoi-a.
Rutland, Nov. S, dim
a k i: I) v x m o hi: no cs i:,
E. P. HITCHCOCK, Proprietor.
J. W. PORI'UR, MANAiimi,
TllH well Known a id popular Hotel, Minuted
on the shores or Lake Duiiiiiure, luu been re
cently put in thorough repair. Several lunv
Cotlitjes have b.'cn built and newly furnished,
and will bo opene 1 Jane 1 it, ror Ihe reception
or bra.'ders aid tourist-. maJiHltr
f L O It IDA.
'rout November to Mu v. Florida Is the lavor-
ltu resort ror northern people, but Its limited
hotel capacity prevents many front making It
tiieir wimer noiue. vvuo vvouiil otuei tise no no.
It Is proposed to build it large hotel at some
loint in tlie state to meet me requirements ot
huso who desire sunerlor accommodations.
Myexneilcnco at the St. James Hotel, Jack
sonville, List winter, enables hie to speak eon.
Ildently as to the success or this enterprise.
ror iniuunaiioii ns to plans, a' , iiuuress
F. II. ORVIS
Equinox House, Manchester, Vt,
TEW DIXINC. HALL,
LADIES AND ii E N T L EM E N ,
J. W. FISHElt,
(Qulnn's Illock,) OrrostTE tub DEror,
Jjrwarm Meals at all hours. Polite and at
tentive wallersln attendance.
Fiesh Oysters received dally, and sold by Ihe
gallon, quart or pint.
It A XI) OX HOUSE.
It. DEMINO, Piiiii'iiiKiiin.
C2"l'ree Carriage to and from the Depot
A good Livery nud lllllhird Room In connec
lion with tho House, novndtt
UTLANO MAItllLi: COMPANY,
VVIIOI.V.SkLK DKALERS IN
II L O (J K & S A W E D M A It II L E.
gOAiiuits and miilf,
.1, N. HAXTEH, Supt. WEST RUTLAND, VI.
All the grades of liutland Mnible, In the
spape of slabs or vailous thicknesses required
tor Furniture. Mantel, and Decorative Wolk, as
well as Cemetery tisnjiilsu cable stock tor
Monumental and liulldlng purposes, Including
liases Strips, and Posts, may bo found on our
yard nt all times,
our extensive arrangements for the produc
tion ot Marble, in tlio wuy oi quarrying
ehlnery, und Mills comprising thlrty-twu gaiip
wants ot the Trade. Wholesale uud detail
iteuieru. itnitders. I nrnlture.inen. and gen.
i ialMunufai iur ii will tlnd It to their Interest
lo favor us with tin ir n n rs
majIdJtwIJ IIIT1 ND M.MIIII.K CO,
OFA'CILS. Dlious Pencils, made in
I tne tutted bint s, ure much superior 10
ruber's, and are sold at lower pru -s. Try
1 '( VK l'APKIt ''O
S'hc uilaml gaily (Globe.
aionday, xovejiTieh 2i, lira?
11. N. .Mt.lint.VM's MUSIC anh skvvinu ia
Flflccn yean ago tliele wa slarteil in
a small way n business In muilcal goods
ami sevvitii macliines which has ilevelnpetl
since that tin-e into quite a large ami prof
purotit business. The man who thus com
inenceil a initeli-iteedeil hunlnesj In the
town of Hutlanil was Mr. E. N, Merrlmi,
now tlio oldest niusie iloaler in Western
Vermont. He opened in 1858 In the see
ond story of lluH'iini's lilock', in the rooms
now occupied Ivy Mr. C. M. Huteliings,
with a stock ot pianos, uielodeons uud sheet
music llunrihnan, Gray & Co't. ami Chick
ci i nir pianos anil lio, Morse & Co't, inel
oileuns. Ho soon uiidetl to lua bpsincs
tlie agency for the Orover & linker new Ing
machine anil in 1SIJ1 coiunienceil the man
tifacluro of what is now so popularly known
ns N. .Mernanrs l'eriect-1' ittlng nhlits.
These three distinct brunches of business
are now successfully carried on by the pro
prietor, Mr. Mcrriani, at No. l'J, .Merchants
How, where lie has u stock of pianos, mu
sical merchandise, sheet-music, sewing
macliines, picture frames, fancy goods, utc.
In 1SC4, Mr Mrrri.uu secured tlie agency
for Wesleru Vermont for tlie sale ot tho
DECKER imOTHEIIs' l'l.VNO,
and has since introduced them to n. largo
extent throughout tills section of tho State.
The piano-forte, as wo all know, is no longer
considered as an article of luxury designed
exclusively for tlie rich, or simply a parlor
ornament, to be kept sacredly locked ex
cept on some important family occasion.
It has Instead become a household neces
sity and tlio music dealer fills as important
niche in tlie commercial make-up of a
country village, as thu dry-goods or gro
cery dealer. Its importance lo society is so
universally recognized that tho pi.tr.o has
become an essential adjunct, superior in im
portance to the library. The music dealer in
it comparatively small town is at once looked
up to by the refined and cultivated, lor mu
sic slaiids in the front rank of fine arts and
he who has tho power of music under his
control or touch Is deemed a lit teacher for
tlie most (esthete anil f.islidious.
1 he Dcik.-r ilros. Piano is, coin;); r.d to
the Chickering,.Sleiiiway nnd others, u new
instrument, having been first introduced In
tlio year 18(12. 'I hey have become already
Itervedly popular w itli tlie inusieal public
tnd add another to the very few first class
pianos hi this country. Tlie Decker is man
ufactured in threo diirerent varieties, the
grand, the boudoir or upright, and tlio
rquare. Tlie concert grands have achieved
great pnpul.tiity with prominent musicians
vv'io use tlietu lu concerts and publieentr
taliiments and deem them unsurpassed in
power and beauty of tone, nnd faultless in
acllnii. The parlor grands, beside being
pel I'eetly constructed as regards tone and
action, are very symmetrical m form, ele
gantly finthe.l uud cimlimto a must at
tractive addition to the tastefully furnished
draw ing-rooiii. The upright pianos have
elicited tlu most gratifying endorrcmcnts
from the musical profession geli-'rally.
The lone of the Decker is peculiar to
this make and is distinguished by its purity,
warmth, delicacy and expanding power They
are claimed to possess tho power of standing
in tune longer than any oilier piano made,
while many consider the tones wonderfully
similar to llio-e of the violin a result which
is always the ambition of intelligent manu
facturers to attain.
Mr. .Mcriiam is tlie oldest tuner of pianos,
church organs and iced instruments in the
slate. lie vv. is previously engaged, belore
coming to llutlaml, in voicing Instruments at
Ihe factory and has alwajs attended much
to that brunch of tlie business since coming
here. Ill Judgment L contidereil very uc
curale in musical matters and he lakes k real
care in sch cling nothing but the best goods
tor his customers. He has a gooiWloek ot
musical merchandise, such as violins,
accordeous, guitirs, etc., with the
best quality of siring. Ilrass in-
Mruiiienls of tiny kind can be secured
through Mr. Mcriiam at short notice.
till! UIHlVUK and u.vkli: SEWING MACHINE
is uu important branch in tho business of
Mr. .Mcriiam ami one hi which he takes
great jitido in intrxliicing to the public,
conscientiously believing that he has the
beat machine fur the customer's use. The
CIiout it liaker elastic stitch Is u splendid
and inipoitant linpiovcment upon the shut
tle, as is attested In samples of work done
by it in cmbioiileiy, in its largo rango of
work und in tlio manufactured shirls. Mr,
Mcrrhun has some six or eight ot these ma.
chines in stock, and lias thoroughly Intro
ilurctl them in tills section.
In tho iniiiiufiiL'tiiro of shiils, .Mr. Mer
liam lias becomo n benefactor of his fel
low men, and Is fast leaping tlio rovvinduf
his Ingenuity nnd skill in that direction.
Tho gentlemen should not hesitate to try
Ills "pcrfcct-IHtlng shiits," pecuring their
pattern and thus saving much money and
lots of (rouble, Tho slilits mo mado of
tho linen nintoiiul, will outwear any ready
undo goods and mo worn foi ever by those
vvlin havo once Hied them,
Tlio depository of tlio- Vermont lllblc
Society is also nt Mr. Mcriiam s store.
Hu lias In addition to tho stock already
classified un elegant assortment of fancy
goods, stereoscopic: views, oiniiincntiil
brackets, etc. He has the latest sheet mu
sic from the establishments of Ditson Sc
Co., nnd Pctcis, nnd ran supply all orders
in that lino promptly.
Floiuda. Adjutant-General Yurnuni of
Floiida was in New York two weeks ago
und succeeded in ncgotliUlng tho side of
tlie Agricultural College land scrip, and the
Investment of the funds hi tha new Florida
six per ecu's. Comptroller Cuvvglll of tlio
sumo State wains tlio public in tela
tiou to certain coupons nf the Statu
..r 1.110 1 iLinii r
litmus ill iouq mill icon, Millie III
which ure illegally lu tho hands of hull
viduuls not entitled to them. He also
wains not to purchase bonds from 3 to 21
! Inclusive, nnd IBSoflSOS, and 107 to 108
Snow 10 Indies deep.
"The oldest Inhabitant" lias been Inter
viewed nnd expresses tho opinion that we
will have a severe winter. Never before lu
his recollection lias so severe a snow storm
visited this section nt this season of the
The pupils of the select school in this
village are arranging for an exhibition.
Don't go out with your culler unless you
put your bells on. As n matter of safely
the law should compel this.
What a shame Veimoiit hain't a law for
tlie "pieventlon of cruelly to nnlni.ils." It
is needed in tills town.
Thu "Abraham" slock Is the favorite In
horse llesh hero Cakios,
Snow fell to the depth of fifteen iuches
lu many places hereabouts and it is eaid to
ho two feet deep on tlie mountains where
the lumbermen me to work.
It cost the town of Mount Holly to bicaU
tlie road last year the slim of eleven hun
dred dollars Ihiough the winter months,
(iucry. At the present look ol thinirs
what will it cost tills winter?
Hay is wortli ten dollars per 'on. The
(lU.intlly of hay in town Is sufficient for
tho stock on hand till the first of Mnyticxt.
H. V. P.
WnnsTHNO Match. A w resiling match
was nrranged in New Voik Thursday night
between James 8. Powers and Thomas
Williams, a eoloied wi ostler. They
posted 6100 each and signed articles to
wrestle best two in three, h.ick falls, for
i?200 a side. The contest is to takcplace In
Now York on tlio 22d.
CJi'icKsiLVEit. The liso In the price of
quicksilver during the past year has stimu
lated work on the California mines of that
metal. The Hattlesnake is supposed to bo
the richest quicksilver mine In the world.
Free mercury permeates the soil, and
globules of the metal appear upon break
Ing up the containing rock. California will
probably soon exceed Austria in tlie pro
duction of quicksilver.
Poisoxbi). A man named Meichnnt,
died suddenly at I Irad ford ono day last
week. He was engaged wllh another man
In bringing furniture and things out of a
house at auction, when they discovered a
bottle of what they pronounced to bo
w liisky. They drank fi eely of it, and Mer
chant died. It is thought the other man
will iccovcr. Tlie liquor was a liniment
made for rheumatism.
Salt Hivkii. To go up Salt river will
lose Its meaning, if Salt liver valley, Ari
zona, continues to be a happy and prospe
rous settlement. This yeai the valley pro
duced ,U00,000 pounds of wheal, 000,000
pounds of bailey, 200,000 of beans, and
sweet potatoes and vegetables in great
abundance. Them is a prompt market for
everything raised, and the valley has eight
dry goods and general lncrchadise Mores,
thiee blacksmith and wagon shops, two
bakeries, a school house, a Untiring mill,
only four .saloons, and no lawyers.
MnNii'Ei.iEit and White Hiveu Hail.
lto.ui At the annual meeting ot uic .uoiu
pelier and White Hiver It.illroad Company
at Harre, on the 13lh inst., the following
were elected directors: Josiali Wood, E.
E. French and N. W. liraley of Ilarrie,
John Lynde and Milton Martin of Wll-
lianistowH, Marcus Peck of Hrooklield,
George O. Davenport of Randolph. The
dlrectHls electetl lion, Josiali Wood of
Harre ns Piesiclent, and L. F. Altlilch of
Rarie as Clerk and Treasurer.
A Sad Case. A woman with an appir-
ently dying child in her arms applied 1 1 ihe
Overseer of the Poor at Albany for relief
rhurd.iy last. She as'u'd for a pass to re
turn lo Tarrvtown, her heme. Jho Hus
band is away looking for work and the child
had actually almost starved lo death. It
was a bright, l andsome child oi ten months
and the sight was enough to melt a heait
of stone. On being asked If medical help
should not he sent for, tlie mother sadly re
plied : "It is too late ; my baby is past help."
She was asked why she had lut applied lor
aid before, and said she did not know where
Names or New Yoiik Chi'iuiies.
There Is a good deal of adroitness shown in
the popular names annexed to chinches.
Dr. Bellows built his chinch with alteinale
stripes of white and red it was immediate
ly chilslcucd the Church ot tlio IIolv
Zebra. The new church of Tyug Is built
of fanciful colored brick, and already It Is
known as tho Church of the Holy Oil
Cloth, which thu pattern very much re.
seinblcs. Ilepworth's church is known as
tlie Hippodrome, Dr. Stoir's church, ow.
Ing lo the peculiar shape of Ihe steeple, is
known as the Corn Cob. The Second
Unllniian Church is the Chinch of ihe
Holy Tut tie. One of Ihe chiirchis where
they mako baptisms a specially, and have
them every Sunday night, is called the
Wash Tub. An ultra Cnhinlstic church is
known as the Old Fill nace, while mi ultra
Liberal church Is called Ihe Insurance
Tne new iron foundry of Osgoode and
Bai kcr at Bellows Falls Is completed and
.Mrs. Mlttv Nuvvton died 011 tin' Dili Inst.,
aged 03 ycais, 2 months and 2 days. Sim
was a native of Brooklleld, .Mass., mariicd
nnd lived some years nt Washington lu that
State, where her husband died, nnd was
ntllcli rosnee led. haviiiL' ictallicd her men.
tal faculties and physical slrciigth up to a
ICIIslia I). Sncll was very badly lnluie.l
while- chopping In the woihIb on Monday of
bid week 1 iv a tiee fallliitf upon him, but
' was ic leased from his perilous position un
der 11, nee iv Ills soii-in-iaw, miiiv
I'm "v 'v :v --' . Hmn tn
. ' "j1 J u7, "'' vciy lu.'iy biulscd
." .' !? I .....I tl,.il.lein Hut IS ilnlm
1 IlllOtlt 1110 licnu (inn ' o
I The conespoudent of tho llrattleboro
1'CMX says that William Watcrhouso of
V liiilnm has been footless for thirty years
Ho was born at Marlboro, Mass., In"l707
When but a youth ho was apprenticed to a
wheelvviight, und learned his tunic
thoroughly. It was in the yeir ls3 that
ho met wilh the terrible misfortune that
deprived him of his leet. lie, In company
with n fellow laborer, stinted ono terribly
cold morning in tho winter of '-ill. In search
of oak timber for spokes. Before he had
arrived nt the mountain he had frozen botli
Ids feet, but Mill kept on, looked out his
timber, and then went home, pulled off his
boots and found that his feet were both
froen solid. A surgeon was called nnd it
was found necessary to nmputale his legs
lilllltll slv Inelina li.il...,. ,1... .,.,.., T .......
. ... .ivii... uiu i.nua 11 ,un,
of cniuse, a long time boforo ho could get
..K'uini, i, 111 iniw. niter a lanseni .10 vears.
We find him nt terol.- nt l.l , l 1.. !.: .
" lib ..IT ,11 Mill
town, where hu earns Ills dollar per day. Ho
is of cheerful temperament, freclv ntiswer
ing questions about himself and explaining
the manner in which he travels.
Mrs. Ithoda P.ttkcr, widow of Ihe late
F.lilah Paikcr formerly of 1! ik.'istield died
at Lockpoit, N. Y.. Nov. Oth. at the nee nf
It Is said the owners of the Sheldon
Springs have been making un exchange
among themselves. Dr. Pitch lakes
.Messrs. Simmons and He.iis' interest In
both houses, and the latter gentlemen take
thu Doctor's Inleiest in tlie Spring Messts
Simmons and Heals of Huston, und S. S. F
Lai lisle of Sheldon, arc imw silo owners "f
Tlicic is t ilk by O. S. Hlxlord of High
gate, and others, of capital, to orm a joint
stock edge tool company, in Bedford, In
cluding links, hoes nnd shovels, consisting
of 8 10,000,
Willie Illiss, 1111 K.tst Georgh school boy
of seventeen, in attempting lo jump from
a wagon, slipped and fell, causing a bad
fiactuie nn arm.
An Intel esting temperance meeting was
leceiilly held nt Notlli Dtlxbury. Among
the speakers were Prof. W. N. 'Phelps and
Stales' Attorney W. P. Dillingham, of
Wnterbury. Mr. Dillingham gave an :Io.
qttcntnnd thrilling nccotmt of some of the
incidents that occurred during his weeks'
crusade against tlie rutnscllcis of Washing
The lecent Roman Catholic Church Fair
at Hollows Falls was a derided success.
Their total icceipts were 51.2S0.02, netting
them a profit of a little over 1,100.
Anna Dickinson wllllectiiio at Bellows
Falls. Dec. 11th, and Rev. L. II. Chapln,
A few weeks since Mr. Alonn Weld
found n swmm of Italian bees in Guilford,
in i tree, from which he took some 00 or
70 lbs. of excellent honey.
Alonzo Stevens of Londonderry, lias
trapped and secured IS foxes this fall, and
lias had several stolen from his traps.
.lo-eph Miller, well known as a printer in
Vergennes some seveeleen veals ago, nnd
as the pioprielor of a job printing olllce at
Springfield. Mass., for the past fifteen
years, shot himself nt tlie Allis Hou-e, in
that place, on the 10th inst.. and died in
stantly. C VLEIXIN1A Cfll'NTY.
A HoMon detective recognizes in Ihe tie
scriptiou of the man who committed tlie re
cent inuglary at the bakciy nf Cross Brad
ley, of St. Johnshtiry, as a" somewhat noted
thief and cracksman. He lias not yet
Hon. C. W. Willatd. lectured at
Hast Ilardwick, Oct. Hist. Subject, "IM11
catlon: the uiatioii of preparation to
achievement." It gave universal satisfac
tion. WINDSOR COfNIY.
H. S. Jackson of WeathcrMKid was ic
cently awakened by a gieat di.-lm bancc
among tlie poultry.' He drove 11IT a fox
.tnd 11 skunk and order was restored.
It)' .Hull nnd 'rclcgrupli.
West Virginia proposes to replenish the
State treasury by a tax on dog.
A Chicazo paper lias made the discovery
that the schooner Minrise is ' tlie fastest
vessel on the lakes for one of her speed."
It is reported that England proposes to
take tlu- peninsula of Yucatan from Mex
ico as an equivalent for the debt due by
.Mexico to Great Britain.
At Jnp.i, in Southern C.i"fornia the mi
ners pack dirt to water on their shoulders
for a mile and a half, w ash ou. the t,old, and
make fair pn ills.
Two colored men, John Fo'co a id l:corgu
Williams, aru 10 be barged for mu dcr at
D11 Quoin, l'eiry county, Illinois, on W d
Iiepoils f.om tlie Aiclic regions of tlie
Pacific states lint Hie weather Ii.h been
unusually mild, l.ut that the wha m,; ves
sels have not been veiy successful.
llipple-Mileholl is revisiting on his way
to Washington the i-eenes of his more in
nocent yeais. The Uratcr County Pnu
savs that no trifles will keep him tn the
background. It eenn so,
Hx-Gov. James of Nebraska has hern ar
rcleil 011 the imlic'mciit found against linn
hy ihe Grand Jury for embezzling moneys
eellccted by him lrom the United States in
payment ot military claims.
l'ho interesting controversy between Al
exander Campbell, the founder of Camp
bellisin, and Dr. II. L Itice, as to whether
the Greek word bapie can ho strained into
"sprinkle," is aga.u up In tno N est.
Recent European journals state that at
Munich, where several cases of cholera
have occurred, the rooks and crows w hich
(lew about tlio steeple and through the
trees of tho public promena les bar.- nearly
all emigrated, and that tho same th ntr hap
pens during the cholera seasons of lS3(!and
Gov. Osborne of Kansas says that he will
appoint a United Stales Senator to serve
in place of Caldwell until Ihe Legislature
meets. Several tienllenieii are mentioned,
including Henry King of the Topcka Com
momeenUh, llmniet ot the Humboldt Vnxo
Judge Kingman of Ihe Supremo Court,
and Webb Wilder, tho Slate Auditor.
On Ihe Tide river reservation, California,
there aro said to be cv idences of ancient
Indian habitations, such ns mortars cut in
solid rock and hieroglyphic on Ihe face of
stone walls, On ihe smooth canopy of a
large helving rock aro paintings of ani
mals, human tigurer, and other device not
understood by Ihe roaming tribes who now
inhabit that region.
Tlio Philadelphia Vrta coinpl.il.is that
the New York journals utterly Ignore tho
Aimiican Slcnmseip line sailing between
Philadelphia ami Liverpool. As the Cen
tennial and the said Meamship lino nre al
most the enly topics that llic Philadelphia
papers have discussed for many months
pnst, botli subject are probably considered
by New York journalists ns sulllclenlly ad
vertised, MV) DItY-GOODSMHN, GROCF.UY
I Mils', lll'TiillvHS ,v"l Wo offer the larg
est line nr r ippliu' Papers, Paper Hags, Klour
sacks anil Twines, to bo fouiiil In Iho Mate.
Hest qu.vllly 111 oil la, best quality bogus man
llhi. Hi st nuatliv s'rnw paper, nil sizes antt
weights, Hest quality paper bags and Hour
sucks w iirnuiteil lull site ami lull weights. No
scrimping. Wo hantllo these goods tn largo
cpianutl.'s, anil our prices nru ns low as others,
MMllnis same quality of goods, Seiid us an
0I.O1IK PAPKU CO.