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THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBIO, THURSDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 4, 1873.
Centennial .Social Ten I'nrty.
Anions the centennial nmiWcrsniics,
uya the Boston Athtrlhtr, wliloli
occur within tho next ten years, theie Is
scarcely one of so gieat local Interest ns
that which will commemorate the ilestute.
tlonofthotca In Roston Harbor, Decent
her 10, 173. The Importance of the event,
as showing the firm resolve of the men of
that day to yield no pait of the ground
on which they had planted themselves,
and the mystery which has shrouded tho
names of the nctors, nllko give to It n pe
culiar Interest. With the changes of the
last few years most of the localities con
nected with it have ht the aspect which
they then presented. The Old Slate Ilottc
and the Old South Church, both associated
with the discussions which preceded the
tlnal act, arc sadly changed, and since the
meat (Ire at Liverpool wharf, where the
ships lay, has alinot censed to cist ns n
distinct and e.ily-rccognized locality.
I!ut however great these changes may be,
the event can never lose Its inteicst to this
community. The punch-bowl fiom which
ilie Indians drank, in ptcp.iration for their
winter evening's woik, Is still ptocrved in
the cabinet of the Massachusetts lllsloiical
Society i ud samples of the tea may lie
found in many private collection.
It was a happy thought of the ladies
si Haled willi the c.ecilllvc committee of
i he national lentenuial to select tills trans.
action fur special commemoration : and it
was loitunale that they could secure the
use of Faticttll Hall, scaiccly less Identified
with the lea-party than the Old South or
Liverpool whaif, for their proposed ccle-
lirallonon the afternoon of December Hi.
It Is their purpu;o to make It a purely '-o.
lal tea-party," and the men of Uiniim on
that occasion are to be in mindful of tin
injunction against "lo.ig orations" ns ot
that against ".strong potation." Whatever
I speech-making there may be will be
ii'iordinale to tlie social character of Hie
celebration, and all the speeches will lie
short. The arramiciiicnU could not be in
the hands of ladies betlei qualified fi r such
an undcitakhii than tho-c who have it in
IVulf Wlillltlllli's tEi'fcri'iit-t's
The following gossip about the "good
(,'r.iy bard" will prove interesting; I think
one reason of his fondness for "the boys,"
drivers and conductors and that like, U that
they do not protend to be mure than they
are, and indulge In nn pcrtcne oraflcctn'
lion For of all things he hates manner
ism and slum and foppery, lie postively
hatys it. It makes him "mad," as the fel
lows say, to see if. In literature e.-peei-ally,
he despises everything finical and af
fected. Much as he likes Emerson, always
impiiring about him, as lie does of those who
know him, he yet criticises him as loo "natty'
in his style, as "too dainty," and over-civilized
for these democratic times." Good
uatured and tolerant as he is, yet he some
times cuts off tho long discourses which
liicmti are wont to entertain hint w ith, on
style or on the literary questions ofthed.iy.
Sonic years ago, Theodore Tilton was in
Washington and overtaking Wait upon the
avenue one day, he introduced himself, and
sauntered by his side, possibly desiring to
honor Walt by being seen as his acquaint
ance, as it is reported tint be once sought
toIo to Frederick Douglass. "I am not
afraid to bo seen with you," said he to Fred.
"Perhaps I don't care to be seen with you,"
was the proud Douglass's reply. During
tills walk with Walt, Tilton took occasion
to ventilate bis views of literary style.
Walt endured what to him was a supreme
infliction for a while, but very soon lie took
tit, nnmirtttniH' tlmt iinn i.-n.nti,rJ I .. 1 ... I...
mm oil, rinding himself in front of a beer
saloon, W alt, Interrupting tho handsome
dilettanti, took him by the arm and said,
"Tilton, come down hero and have a glass
of lager." A moment later the gentlemanly
editor of tho Independent might have been
seen hurrying down tho avenue alone, while
the author of "Leaves ot Grass" was quietly
partaking of his beer. In regard to certain
passages in his "Leaves of Grass," v hich
have given the critics the most oll.ncc, be
ing, as they deemed vulgar and immoral,
Walt does not entertain the shadow of a
doubt but that posterity will justify him.
L'rgcd again and again to allow them to be
expurgated, he has invariably lofuscd. Oi.e
Unii in New York oll'ercd to publish an ed
ition of his works, to use all their extensive
appliances in bringing it before tho public,
and to guarantee him live thousand dollars
as his share of tho proceeds of tho sale, if
he would allow them to omit six lines, lie
assured them that he would like to have
five thousand dollars very much, indeed,
but that the six lines must go in, "Why,"
said ho to me afterwards, "I wrote tho
whole book to get in those six lines. To
leave them out would he like leaving the
hones out of a man."
At a recent fair in Scotland, a showman
exhibited "Myron's hat, cloak and cane."
The building ot the Opera Coiniqiic, at
Vienna, is approaching completion. It
will contain 1700 teats.
There are ns many operatic scholars as
masters in Milan. The latter are making
fortunes out of would-be l'attis.
The Liberals of ISath claim a net gain of
it on ma recent revision ot the list ot par
liamentary electors for that city.
Tliu chronic difficulty of finding recruits
for the lirltish army is just now tho topic
of discussion in our English exchanges.
The Varmout'i herring fishery has been
exceptionally prosperous of late. Last
week tho catch was estimated at over Hi),
Rnard will be cheaper at Nice next win
ter than lor several years past. Tho lead
ing hotels oiler "handsome 1 eductions to
families of means."
A serious fire broke out on Tuesday
morning at Xante, In tho candle factory of
M. Audigrand, '1 he loss is estimated at
One hundred historical documents rela
tive to the St. Ilaitholomew massaeio have
li.'CU catalogued In the library of the castle
A couple of Americans were expelled
from a theatre in Ilerliu, They matlcatcd
the programmes and "shied" them at the
leads of the actors,
Sir William Jackson, Hart, to whoso
philanthropy llirkcnlicad owes its industrial
schools, lias announced his intention to
protein two additional plots of land to the
Institution, and to carry out other Improve
ments which will make the establishment
one of tho most perfect in the kingdom.
Tliu Liverpool Mercury says that during
tho past week, Mr, Inniau and ono of the
managers of tho company of which ho Is
the head, wero in Galway, on a visit of in
spection ns to the accommodation which
that port Is likely to afford in tho event of
their making it n point for their steamers to
touch at on transatlantic voyages.
Captain 3 utclct f tho French mall ser
vice, was entertained at dinner, at Dover,
on Tuesday, and presented with tho clasp
of tho Itoyal Humano Society, lor rescuing
one of a party of excursionists from drown
ing, whilst on nn excursion from Dover to
Calais Captain Jutelet had already re
ceived the medal and parchment for pre
vious acts of gallantry.
Tho Prussian Government has just pur
chased, for tho Museum of llerlln, tho
treasure of the town of Luncboitrg, con
sisting of several pieces of Bllvcr plate,
most of them tho work of tho chaser, Al
bert Socst (inCB), and tho goldsmith, Jean
do Lasscrt (1IH), Amongst them is a sil
ver lion a yard In length. The wholo has
boon bought for 250,000 thaleri, about 900,
An enormous quantity of snow has fallen
within the last few days In the Halites-
Alpes, chiefly on the side of Brlatieon,
"Wo learn," says the Impartial Dauphluols,
"that tho public carriage which performs
the mall service between that town and
Grenoble has been blocked up since last
Saturday on the mountain, at a certain dis
tance from La Grave j the conductor had to
abandon the vehicle In taking away his
Xaturc announces that Professor Sylves
ter has recently made a discovery which is
likely to create some interest, not only
amongst mathematicians, but also amongst
mechanicians and instrument makers, lly
means of a sort of lazy tongs he has suc
ceeded In converting spherical motion Into
plane motion. This discovery will form the
subject of a communication which Mr. Syl
vester Is announced to lay before the Lon
don Mathematical Society at Its next an
nual general meeting.
At the seance of October '.'0th. an explo
sive compound was brought to the notice of
llic Academic des Sciences, under lliename
of "pyrollthe hunianitare," Intended to re
place gunpowder in blasting In mines. It
Is said that this composition may be trans
ported with safety and will not explode in
the open air, but must be compressed In a
close cavity. It contains nitre and sulphur
ns ordinary gunpowder docs, but the char
coal is replaced by sawdust.
The llilstol Times and Mirror says that
the boiing for tho Seven Tunnel Is watched
with great Interest by geologists and per
sons in search of coal. On two or three
occasions they have already touched coal
measures, and, as it is believed that vast
quantities of coal lie in the moors along the
Ilritlsh Channel, It is thought that the viorks
under the bed of the Severn will in all
probability place the matter bevond doubt.
Under a part of Nallsea extensive bciU of
coal have illicitly been found.
Dresden's Common Council have thanked
the Lmpeior William for Ids letter to the
Mine. Itcncdek, the wife of Marshal lien
eilekofthe Austrian arniv, lately drew a
prizogoi iMl',000 in thejltoniiicllan Railway
lotteiy. Small onsolatlou for Sndovva.
Mr. (i. II. Lowes' new book will bo
published by Messrs. Trubntr The object
of this work, it is understood, will bo to
establish a philosophv founded on the
kuowable, to the exclusion of what he con
siders the unknowable.
Colonel J. M. Hinds, United States con
sul a. liio de Janeiro, was married In that
city on the fith of October, to Miss Yrilla
daughter of a wealthy citizen of Iluenos
Ayres. The wedding took place first at
the liritish Consulate and attetwards at the
A number of the sermons of the late Dr.
Candlish. lint heretofore published, are to
he got together into a volume. Dr. Cand
Ibh's son, Professor James Candlish, will
he the editor. 1 he sermons are to be pre
ceded by a shoit biography.
Xazar-Agha, the 1'vrsl.in ambassador, an
noiiiiced on Tuesday to one of his friends
that he intended giving several letcs this
winter, in acknowledgment ot the hospital!
ty which his sovereign received In Paris.
The c.ar invariably enters the opera In
the middle of the llrst act. There Is no
demonstration when lie arrives, but at the
close o ftiie act the entire audience arise
ami make a simultaneous bow, which the
czarieturns quite formally. This is the
slyle in which it is done in liussia.
A mariiagc has been celebrated at Xaga
saki, between a Chinaman, a native of
Singapore, and a liritish subject, and
young Jnpaiie.se girl. This Is said to be
the first iiihcd marriage ceremony tier
formed in Japan, and has received the ex
press sanetiou ot the Japanese Govern
M. de la liuuilicrii'. minister of ngricul
lure anil commerce, has received irom the
V lf-1 fi ,, 1 1. .............. i it.. ii...t ..i--
ot the Order of the lion v. rown, lor the ser
vice- lendeied liy him in the organization
of the ienn.i L.shibitlon. This decor
ation confers the title of union in the em
pire of Austria.
Mr. Charles Halle lias announced six ccn-
certs in Liverpool; the first on the 18th
in't., at St. Georgu's Hall. A London ex
change says. "We distinctly remember the
year ISIS, when he gave his flrstconcert at
the Assembly Hooins, with Herr Ernst, to
an audience of seven. This was the en
couragement Liverpool then gave to what
is termed cla-ical concerts. ivow Jlr.
Halle insures a crowded hall of 2000 peo
The will of the late king of Saxony is
n.iten js.h. ins majesty lias lett Ins two
favorite country seats, winch were his pri
vate propel ty, the one, Jalmisliauscu, to
the queen dowager, the other, Castlo Wes-
enstein, to his second son Prince George.
The Into king's Memoirs, edited by Herr
von Vt nzlebcn, a long tune Ills aido-de-camp,
will shcrtly be pnblished. They
promise to bo of unusual interest.
JsMoi'CiS anrt Sin Ware.
UXX k CllAMTOX,
.Miiiuu.ieliirers ot nil Muds or
TIX WA It 12 .
and dealers In
PLANISHED, HHI'i'ANNI.v, JAPAN, (1I.ASS
and wooden w.iti:s
or cery ileeilillo!i.
IIIIOOMS, HIIUSIIKS ANH I1ASKETS,
and a general msoi imcnt or
HOUSE FlJItXISIIIXG GOODS,
Spei lul fin mile. lur Jul.Utiif nil kinds id
TIN ANDOI.ASS WAIli:.
"""All kinds or mill kii lakcn in exchange fur
No. II MERCHANTS' HOW.
Holland, Vt May I, B73. myldtf
g T O V i: S .
chluiikater farmers- anii mechanics
(! f) O Iv 8 T O V K S ,
with i:i,i:va'i mi ovens,
are now being made at tliu
P IT T H P O It 1) V V It N A (' K .
Also tour sires of
' i.i'T !; i) n o x ,5 r n v ; s .
Theso Moves, belnjf inado ot tlio I'lttstord
Cliarcoul Iron, will out last any other Stoves
made, unci will be sold as low as stoves made
ot haul coal Iron, Apply to.
'WHY will you sufTcr with that cold
i,a ..when you liavo n remedy lulir. Ken
lairs Pectoral lialsam that will euro sou. Try
it, only m cents for largo bottles.
P. FENN A: CO.. PHnpiuifTnioi.
No. 13, Center St llutlanu. Vt,
(firomks ami vuvisionji.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
OHOCEHIKS AXD I'ltOVlijIOXS.
CANNED FHUirt), PICKUP, Ac,
O LASS, KAltTII KX WA 1 1 11
ANII 1'ANOY fldfillS.
Also, Heuleis 111
nitv noons NiiAWi.i, Dinsst ihku,s
HONlliltY, m.nvns, Ac, ,tc
All iissuitiiipnl or
HUNTS' FL'HNISHING GOODS
Constantly on haml,
AOKNTM FOlt MAtr, vniAMIJIIS TO AMI
fJrilltAKTS FOll ANY AMOI NT ON I III:
HANKS OF ENflbANII, HtlXANI), HI fil l, AM)
LOIt.NF.lt FIIF.iriHT ANII IJVDl.YN NTS.
i n r. k ii t i; it x 1: 1:
SL'GAli ItEKlXIXG COMPANY,
TO WAU. STHKKT, NKW YOllI?.
OtTer tor sale all the various grades ot Helloed
Sugar or hUieilor(piallly ill the Lowest .Market
Price, A supetlor quality ur While Miifar tor
ContectloiieiK Use. A ho,
STANDARD CiiUSIlEI), 1
STANDAHD POWDi:i!i:i). '
STANDAKD GKAXl'LATKD, I
W II ITH COITIX. A
COFFEE EXTHA C,
And th? lower grades ot
Y E I, L O W S U G A 1! .
Borders to be addressed In our office III New
lork, 70 WkII hlreel, Cor. Peail.
Parties ordeilng ID barrels can liac Ihem ai
sorted. TiaiMs Thirty days, or Cash In;" d.ns, lesu
1: a iia.-ti:i:,
Y O V
s r. i: x
c II k s t i: it ' s
I' It O G It A M M P. .
"jl IS ST It A X G if
ti!tta'tn0 80 ,U" ln,orm"'' ns .u'"' not know
47 .MKHCHAXTS' I tow,
jou could buy
(.'HOICK JIlUTFIt ror3e,
APPUN, ii ro
NKW I.AYKIt JtAISINS, 1.V.
THAT C'HOIf'h' JAPAN Ti:.,s.v,
niidevcr)tldii','ou wlslitoeat cillJAI'or
T - HUH IS A It I) ,
i; MiiitoiiAvrs, now,
Ami every kind or Canned floods and Pickle-,
conrectlonary, Nuts, rigs, Ac.
JOSEPH H. GUY.
S. HAYWAIll) & CO.,
(ihoci:iiii:h, phovisionk, hay and wood
Wismsuiox St., Hcilanu, Vt.
BA'PrY'S N A HO 11 PICICLUS.
... Cross d: lUackwell's Pickles, lliiirord's
HorcesterHlitni Nuuee, Nnboh Hiiuce, In rncl
nearly ull kinds ot J-'nulLsh Pleklesviui be o id
II. W. .MAICjIIAU.'.s.
MUSCAT (1 HAP US
"t II. w MAKSIUUVH,
pitUNKLLAS, PltUNKS, OHUltltlUS,
X Peaches, Uluckberrles. Jtasnherries. Plums
lluckleberrles. Also, all kmusof rrullH In cuns,
tor sale at it ur m a nun , , .u -
11. W. M A ItKII A I.I.'M.
Oroiettrect, Hiitlaml, vt.
ritlCAS, from 50 rents to $1.75 j nlso ircsb
X (IrounU cori'KE, lit
,,,. , ,. H.W. MAHHIIAI.I.'H
maj idtwly Corner or (Irovo and West (its.
I?hK HOHN ifc MAGNOLIA IT.OUlt
. J . .v.cry eliolee, ror snla at
moyldiwly ji, w.MAltSHAU.'S,
yjALAGA GHAPE9 at
U It T tc H H n 11 M A N
5 0 . (I 0 0 . 0 I)
D 1! Y G O O D H ,
Silks, 8lveln, t.'ashineics, Poplins, Flannels,
Hklrts, Underwear, Hosiery mid Oloves, ra
ces, mil tons, t.l liens. Piano covers, oullts,
Paisley bliawls, Cloaklmrs,
1 1 1 to. DC LOT 1 1 S, C A SSI M E 1 1 ES,
a terproof. Corduroy,
l.'idluM' cloth, Plush,
Velveteens, l'liiuo, IllankctH,
I! I. A !' K G O () 1) S .
Tlir. e limes Hi - nrlety ot anvhoit'e In Ver
mont. C f) li S II T ,S .
, Tliomlwon'sflloe ruling, 11.75, ludueeil: lie
fene, fl.ui, vediiend trom 11.25; Hip (lore, ESc.,
rediiecd; good corset", 4.V.; thehesi dullar cor
set in America.
SlIIItTS AXD DItAWEltS.
Tin- liest doll ir esl and drawers In Vermont.
A. 'I', siewart A- co.'s make, $l.7. 2.00, 2.ss, .io,
11.1m the cheapest goods in the world, tonus.
PIIIN'lS, JSe., s yanls. Iiest prints, loc. Cot
lon l'laliiiel, 12e. 1'ieiich pilnls, 8oe; reducQil
Hum toe, I' rem h prints, see; reduced rroin 4Sc,
Velveteen r.sc, tor irlnnnliig. i;x. VcHeleeii,
tlM tor saeiiuesi. Mil; do $5,;r., ror acque.s.
Silk llOflJ.HI, Willi" tl.fi.
Tho largest stuck anil lightest and best More
All pemms In debt to 11. II. Mill t, or lluit i
stii-rinaii, are requested to pav the same at
III ItT .V MIKHMAN.
Nov. 1, ls;ii.
11NSMAX ,v ltOSS
Wl.sh to say to their FHIKNIIS and the puljllc
Ifenerally, (iiotwlthslaiidliig one or our brother
inorehaliu a wo keep no 11 rot class goods,)
Hull we have iccelved, Ilie luesent ejk all
Ini'liiJlngn mil Ihe- nr
YOI.'K 11 id oriPl'Hi: I.ACIN,
(1I.MP.S and FItlNOF.S,
liuiiglit i heap and llrsl quality.
IHMIMIY ANII Kill fll.flVIIs,
and a mil line or
ami a woi id or
1) I! K S S GO O I) S
et I went-mo cents a yard and upward.
We want money, mid will make It ror the In
lerest or any one want lug goods In our Hue to
Kite us a eati.
: it t r 1: 11 1 r k ' .v .1 r r t: 1: .v ,v .
Bin;Ar.s and scis-ni:s,
Oltllll.NAl. 0x1: piiici: STOItH.
AO, .., ..o , 1 tiiii3 l,u,.,
idly Hl'TLAND, VHItSIONT.
lritNIIAM A- TEMPLE'S
I X S V 1! A X C E A G li X C Y ,
ETXA IXSUHAXCE COMPANY,
iio.Mi: lN-sritANci: company,
llAHTFOIIli 1'IIIU INsUltANUi: CO.,
' Assets, $3,000,000.0(1
imi-i:i!I.i. vim: insi'hanci: co.,
HOYAI. INn!ANCl: CO.MPANV,
Assets, t lo.ooo.WO.oo
pii:;nix inm-iianci: co., n. y.,
I'HANKLIN INM'HANCK COMPANY-,
iNst'itANCi: co, f-r no. amkhica,
m-lllNfll'IHI.D INbl'HANCI! CO.,
PIKHNIX INS. CO., HAItTFOHD,
Assets, t .',000,000.00
xA'iioNAi, rim: inm-hanui: co.,
phnnsyi.vania ixsi'hanc'i: co.
The ulsjve si rung list or Companies repre
sented by 1
HUItXHAM & TEMPLE.
Opera, House, 1IFTI.ANI), VKHMONT.
fT 11 U Y E It M O X T
1 X S I' It A X C K C O M P A K Y
OF IIUIUNUTON, VHltMONT.
orrwv, n:cK iwu.htxa, cou.vay: sr.,
Incorporated October Ssth, isos.
Assets January 1st, 187,'i, - SH8'J,203.:W.
enWS!;ffiiffl,ca,t81' aswts 10
i:cry iteslrablo loim or policy Issued nt even
rates with any icllabio company, or lower,
KNDOWMHNTS AT UFK HATCH A SPK
File Iiiipoitniit prlt lieges becured In this
foi 111 or pulley.
1st. The term may bo reduced at any time by
larger payments. ' '
21 . Non.rorrelilni,'on tho paid-up imllcr nlau.
Oil. Non.toirelllnif on tho "temiiorary In
huranee " plan tor tho mil amount or tho policy,
Ml;. The accrued value or tho isilley may lie
ceclvcd at anj time niter llo payments have
Mil. Tho'dererred accumulations will bodlvl
led anions,' tlio hurMvlnif jiollcy holders nt ma-
Aid. POl.R'llia AltHNON-roitFKITINO UPON
livery policy holder will liavo tho benellts ot
Ills own ImeMineiitH secured to him.
Henil for rlrculars or rates nod Mans, or call
In at the olllco and oxniaino for youraclves.
PATHONI.E HOME INSTITUTIONS I
Ill'ssni, 8. TAFT, President.
WUIIIFN (1IIIIIS, Seeietari. '""l,,mul1'
' I I F E
GSlomiurj anrt (Gculsi
L L E N AXD DUE W
J7 MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND,
A-ie now opcrilus the best line of cloths for line
Cl'STO M CLOTHING E V E R 81IO W N 1 X H V T I, A X D ,
liuylnj, as we do, direct from tlio
11KST HOl'SEU IN NEW YORK AND UOSTON.
We are enabled to offer rare Inducements to those In want ot rlrst-class made clnthliii;.
.1 c it r v t: 11 w 11 0 r .1 .v .v n r 1: k i: i: .1 r .
LADIES' AXD GEXTS' FINE FURS, SLEIGH ROUES, AC., AC.
The best line ot theso k'oods In Vermont. All selected by Mr. Allen, or lliirllnglon, win. Ims
find over JO years exporleuco In this lino
Jlotnomber wo nro now opening a new lot or FUltS. (iooJs shown with pleasur. All kl ids or
Fur work neatly and proudly done, (the us a call.
1! U A D Y M A D V. C 1. O T II I X (1 .
HATS, CAPS AND rtlltXISIIIXd OOODS, TRUNKS AND HAOS.
llJMti;,' Just sold $ia,(j-)n of our stock, we can now show thellnest and best sloe'; or
It E A 1) Y M A D E O L O T H I X G I X V E It M () X T .
AM. NEW AND IIOUdHT SINCE TIIK PANIC.
We will sell soods low. Heiueinljer vm liavo an entire new .stock, one pilee tor all at
liovlMAwlw WJli:ilCHANlh' HOW.
UKST SLEKlIt HHOi: STEEL.
All sizes, Cheap,
At L. (1. KtXOM.EY'S.
and nil other kinds or
At 1.. (1. KINOSLEY'S.
PROOF CAHI.i: CHAIN,
All sizes, Cheap,
At I.. (1. KINOSLEY'S.
Wairanted Rest (piallty.
At I.. 0. KINOSLEY'S.
CARVERS, and FORKS
11 EST MEAT CCTTf.IlS.
At I.. O. KINC.SI.KY'S.
A GENERAL STOCK
ot eu'rythlii!,' us.lally kept In a
FIRST-CLASS HARDWARE STORU,
At .. (i. KIXOSLEY'S.
J? U R X I T U R 1: .
Parlor Furniture, Center Tables, Mirrors, V.x
tension Tables, lledsteads. Mattresses.
Spring lleds, Uureaus and Chair?
Manufacturer or lllark Walnut, Chestnut and
Painted CJiamijcr sets.
1. a it FT: t ,-s .
Velvet, lirussels, Tapestry, Three Ply awl In
k'ruln Carpets, oil Cloths. Ac., at.
COFFINS AND CASKETS.
AND METALLIC HURIAI. CASKS.
At L. (I. KINOSLEY'S,
Rutland, Nov. '.'I. ls;3.
"J' A XI) ON .t HUXTOOX,
Wholesale und Retail Dealers In
OA I.. PLASTER,
IROX, STEEL, NAILS, in., Ami., Ac.
k'cneral Assortment ot
H.IS E I. T I N 0, I, AC I NO, 4c,
TIMOTHY, CLOVER, AND ALL
NOVA SCOTIA PLASTER,
1.011! MANUFAOTURINO CO.'S POl'DHKTTE
A FIIU. LINK (IK
O II E A P F O R OAS H
11 A R RETT'S
3 T O R E
goohs, stationery, &t.
EXCEIMOI! is Till.' DIARY TO lll'Y.
See them at
S PAUL DING'S.
-v-v New xew
I1RACKKTS. RRACKETS. RltACKl.TS.
Corner Merchants' Row and West street.
QMIE EXCELSIOR DIARY FOI! 187-1
(il.OHR PM'KH COMI'AXY,
(lenenil Wholesale Atfents ror
VERMONT AND. NEW HAMI'SlllltE,
WASHINGTON, WARREN, ESSEX, AND
CLINTON COUNTIES, N. Y.
Why the Trade t'he to tho Excelsior Duty the
1st. It Is printed on fine rn 1 It,
ltd. The same quality ot paper is used through
fri.kiic oue, Kitiinr iusl ns ennn nnn,., i
chrap book- as In a hlj-h priced one.
no. it is tne best nnlshed Diary in the
4th. We give you 2.l5ilirreretit styles to select
tth. Quito a number or the best.sellliisp.it
terns are made bv no oilier imnsn
6th. The pocket-book stj les are all ai ranged
lunun. me uusincss man.
"th. Retailers want a Diary that H neat, at-
imniiM uiiu nuit'aoie.
sth. You will llnd fewer of thuiu iimoiiir the
old stock ot dealers, as they sell better than
any other Diary.
Uth. The sale ot the Excelsior h,i i,,f, t...i
moru than tm per cent. In the last rourj ears,
which tact shows that the retailer appreciates
loth. We Khe attractlveshowcaidsand post
ers, and plenty or them.
lllli. They cost no more, ami no less, than
other Diaries all lists and dlseoiiin ii,,
mill- The Excelsior Is tliu best ictullliu;
Diary oflered to tho trade.
Wo Intend to visit all dealers In Dial les earlv
lii the season. If thcrunroany, however, that
we do not reach, we bliall bo pleased to send
iiiem, on application, a line ot to ex
amino In comparison with other
Early orders are always filled complete, while
late orders aro apt to llnd tho assortiaert
broken, aim fieipipntly the best selling styles
useu uii. 11 is a Koonpian 10 put 111 orders eni li
as pay-day comes no sooner .than with Into nr.
ders. We cun deliver sooiH any lime-nrtcrlst
send In jour orders tor tho Excelsior c.uly to
THE GLOHE PAPER CO.,
OUR STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
comprises a mil lino or Maple mods.
...u.-v ...... a, iu gin nun uai, ruieu 111111
plat 1, all wehrhts and sizes. Emelopes 0r nil
emil.H4 mill Pnlnru .Ir,,.. ...... ....... ...... . ....
clal anil ilocumeut, nil tlrst-clms cooils and
prices low, order a samplo lot.
(1I.0I1E PAPER CO.
BLANK HOOKS Are a specialty with
P.? e.0V, .' Ule bi'st lf no no best) nppolntcd
lllauk- Hook inanuractorlps 111 the kioir."rv,.C
think' ts new aud In good shape, and wn Have a
man In charge of It who understands the bus
ucss in all Its details. Wo liavo 11 stock ot nut.
class IciU-er papers, and Unite banks, inanufac.
turlnif coinpaiiles, 4c tocxamlno our lock mid
Prices. liiK ''APEH CO,
PU?JS?(l'.A,1',L'lnfi from n cnl 1
a Hook, neatly and promptly executed.
WoUavo asirood racllltlcsas any other cstdb
Hshment In tlio state. It you need anytlilnir In
toils line, five us a trial. 'sKtlon guariiS
eJ. OLOHE 1-Al-Elt To
AGENT'S WANTED. Sam-
tiles sent iree bv mall, with term.
toclearrroiii3 0'Jtoni.i)') per diy. Address,
N. II. WHITE, Newm N. .1. 4w
QOMU THING WORTH KNOWING.
ID A lnrtre book. I ill of irood things, valuable
secrets, und luiinnurit Infonnotloii, mailed tot
two stamps. AUihess, LEE 1c Co., 521, SUlli
nve. Now for!:. novJMw
t (IP.VI'S WAV'I'I'I) V nn.fllnl.ln find
1 V. and respectable business tor men or if omen
who liavo 01 an innko leisure time mid wish
loconveit intomoiie). Fur circulars address
STAR LAMINA WARF.so ll-ckinoli stieut N.
1 . IIUV23W4
I IlltlNO') YOU FREE 11 Y MAIL THE
'i very best
E L A S T
I C T Ill'SS.
W loot once to POMKIiOY K (.(., 741 llioiid-
.. V V ..........
..,. Illlf 1SUiVIS,V
01! T O F 11 i; S I N E S S-!
Hilt not out of Couraire or Et.eruvl AH
mucIi should write us at once tor n irofsli hnnec
to mnko largo wages this Winter. Send tor our
'irciimrs aim torms 10
OL ERNSEY. Pub.,
Concord, X. II.
LL OUT OF
I". M P I. O Y M E N T
eiiu oiiiuiu iigni, 1 esj, .1. , a 1 u u iiiiu Jiioiiiauiu oe i
cupatlon by nrltlnir to P. o. llox, tsw, uoston, I
PSYCHOMANCY, or SOUL CHARM
J. INO. Row either se may fascinate mid
tfnln the love and arfeetlonsor any iier?,on they
choose Instantly. Thlsslmplo mental aciittre
ment all eali possesn, rree by luiitl, ror 2K., lo
Ketber with u Marrlaifu Oulde, Egyptian Oracle,
Dreams, lllnis to Ladles, Wi-ddliiir Night Shirt,
AC. A illeer hook. Add: ess T WILLI A. M A' Co.,
Pubs., Philadelphia. no0wl
TJ EM ARK A RLE SUCCESS One agent
kj luade $112 In 4 davs, and another S46s In S
d:is, s.llltu; OCEAN'S hlollY. A perrert
Lllnary or Adventures upon, olid tho Wonders
beneath the ereat Oceans. .More agents wunteil
ror this and the history ot LIVINGSTONE
YEARS IN AFRICA. Also our splendid now
Wide, lust ready. Address lirilltARD I1ROS.,
Piiblishei-s, ki Wn-hliinton street, Hasten.
NEW THING UNDER tho SUN."
SIXTEEN fill. PAl.NTINflS IN A HOOK 1
Never before was such on Idea attempted lor
book Illustration ; every one who has seen It
prolioiineeH It Superb. Mrs. Harriet Reedier
WOMAN IN SACRED HISTORY,
Is a series of nairallve sketches, drawn Irom
Seilptiual. hi.-lorleal, and legendary sources.
Illustrated with sixteen Choice oilchromos,
after paintings b the most celebrated artists
of the world, priMiij, a rich and magnincant va
riety or oriental (ostumo nnd beauty. Mrs.
stowe. In her chunnlinr style, lias written a
book lull ot lutei est, and without a dull paxe In
II, which even, If mil llliiitniteil, would sell
rapidly; but the
R1IILI.IANT OIL COLOR PICTURES
make It oneor the most unlipie, original, and
remarkable liooks ever offered The pictures,
ir published separately, would readily sell ror
tl each or $'., while the entlro book, with the
sixteen pictures, together with sumptuous
hlndliiKS or the volume, can be had tor one-tltth
that amount. The book ts publlsned in Enk'llsh
ami In fl.'rinaii. and Is making a tremendous
SENSATION AMONO AOENTS
and salesmen, ber.niie tt l.s absolutely new and
"has money In II." ToKet pleasant work and
irood pay, send for terms, circulars. Arc, to J. II.
FORD A CO., New York, Hoston, Chicago, San
Francisco, or ( liielnnatl. novl2dj.w4vv
TjlllE MAGIC ('OMR.
sent b.v mull to any olio for Jl. Will
chauico any colored hair lo a permanent black
nr blown and contains no poison. Trade sup
plied nt low rates. AiW'-ess, MAOIU COMH
co , sprlmnleld, Mass. novl2dw4vv
"I?OR COUGHS, COLDS. HOARSE
J. Nl'.'-Sand all THROAT DISEASES, Use
WELLS' C'ARHOLIC TAHLETS
Put up onlj In llLl'E boxes. A tried and .sure
remedy. Sold by lliugjfl.-ts. nov25dAw4'v
Y. SAFETY STI'.AM POWER Co ,
110 CORTI.ANHT ST., NEW YMtK.
Superior steam engines and boller.s, bv sin-clal
machinery and duplication of parts. 'Ihey are
safe, economical, easily innnaKed and not liable
lo deranjreineiit. Their combined ciik'lno and
boiler Is peculiarly adapted to nil purposes re
iuiiiiiK Mnull power, Jlore than 4(si engines,
Irom 2 to I'm norse-iiower, In use, hend fur Il
lustrated circular,, octCdAwl2w
1AMPHORINE." The stent iliscov-
W irj I
fur the Immediate relict and cuie
or Rheuniatliin. Neund'-la. Sprains, llrulses,
Pains, strains, stlir Joints, svvclllnps, lntlama
tloiis lluiilons, catarrh, Ac, Ac. It will not
k'reiiHO or stain, and for the toilet Is a luxury In
every lamlly. Thousands will and now testltv
to Its great merits. Try It. Pi Ice per bottle 25
cents. HHl'HEN 1IOYT, Piup'r, 203 oreenvvlch
street, N. i. iiovird.tw4vv
rniii: highest .medical author-
1L 1TIES of Europe say the strongest Tonic,
l'urlller and Deobstruent known to the medical
J U R V H E 11 A.
It arrei t decay ot vital forces, exhaustion of
the nervous .system, restores Mitor to tho debll-
iiuieo oiiHiti, removes vesicle oostructlons ana
acts directly on the Liver nnd spleen. Price II
a bottle. JOHN (J. KEI.LOOO, is Piatt street,
.S. 1. 1UV l2U,&W-iV
CiO A SAYED! To meet the tirgcut
J demand of the limes tho
n.lllM'.XCi: MhVINO MACHINE COMPANY
have delcrmlned to
it 1: d v c 1: i' it i c 1: s ,
and will hereafter sell their ita Machine for
Ts;., ami oiucr siyies 111 projiortlon.
T II E F L O R E X C E
1 4 1 lie ntile Sou In Xlneliltm lint rnrwla f !. ..-rtrl-
backward and forward, or to rlnht and lett, as
inu iiuiciiaser may (ireier. 11 lias oecn Brcaiiy
Improved and simplified, and Is far better than
an) ouier maciiiuo in 1110 marKci.
IT S NOW THE CHEAPEST.
Mass., Nov. 1, '73. novldAvv4vv
FACTS SWORN TO.
Dr. J. P. Filler, helntr sworn, says : "I gradu
ated at the University of Pennsylvania In 1S33
and alter ;iu years' experience, perreeted Dr
Filler's Vegetable Rheumatlo Svrim 1 irnnmn.
tee It an Inr.illlable cure for Nerve, Kidney and
sworn tothls'.'ii'thilav of April, l7i.
I'. A. OSlioi RN, Notary Public,
lMlllnrIi.lt, hi .1
We 1 lerg.v men were cured by It, and win sat-
isi, nn, one Hiiinig us uev. inonias .Mtirpny,
D 1)., Frankrort, Phlla ; Rev C H Evvlug, Media
Pa; Rev .1 S lliu'hanan, Clarence, Iowa; Revo
,. niiiiiii, i iusioiii, ,n 1 uev Joseph lleggs,
Falls Church, Phlla ; etc.
The altllcted should write Ur. Filler, Phlla.,
for explanatory lumphlbt and e11.1r.mie,. .-rati
rev aid for an Incurable case. No cure uo
cii.uk' . 11 reain.v. xiui le aiuiruggl.sls,
JJR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY
Cures by lis mild, healing properties, to which
the disease lelds when the system has been
put In peitcct order with
which should be taken earnestly to correct
blood and sv stem, which are alvvajs at fault,
also to act speiillcall.v, upon tho deceased
glands nr (he nose and Its chambers, Catarrh
Remedy should bo applied with
Dn. PIERCE'S NASAL DOUCHE,
Willi which medicine can be carried high up
nud perfectlj applied 10 all parts of passages
and ehambeis In which sores and ulcers exist,
mill irom which discharge proceeds. So suc
cessrul has Hits course ot treatment proven,
that the proprietor oilers fMo reward for a case
or "Cold In Head" or Catarrh which ho cannot
cure. The two medicines with Instruments, ror
ti. bj all druggists. nov20dAweovv4w
rRITE for large Illustrated Price
T List. Address
(IHEAT WESTERN (IUN WORKS,
No. 17'.), Smlthileld Street., Plttsfleld, Pa.
Hreech-loaillng shot, eons, tin in .iivii ivnu.
Iile shot guns, Jj In jir. Mnglo guns, f3 to20.
Hllles, (sin j7A. Revolvers, fa to 2. Pistols,
tllllSLS. Ull,, tliat.l. I..I Mol.lnr. ,..t,.. ,
.i ...... ....n , ,.u, ii-iiiii tuvnie. i..ii,;u
discount lo dealers und clubs. Army guns, 10
volvei"H, Ac, bought or traded tor, floods sent
by express c. o. D, to be examined before paid
1 PENCILS,-Dixiin'B Round Gilt Pencil's
ore us cnnil ns Caber's ltollnil (lilt Runin
say better. Tr no better, they deserve favor from
tieing nu American I'eneil at lower prices.
They are niado by I he Joseirti Dixon Crucible
Co., ,leii,ev city, N. J., nnd we olTer thorn to tho
trade at tlivlr net prices. Try them.
(ILOIli: PAPER CO.
DOCKUT KX1VES! POCKET
I KNIVES I largest stock In town and
every knife warranted at
i' , 4 a v.u.
GAMi:S AND PUZZLES nnd every
f Milne for lilt Little Folks, to make homo
r. r r..-,-s & io,
VERMONT CENTRAL AND RUT
-Si1..!'"1 a.ft,1r Mon(1'i dune sl.Hia, trains
will run as rollows, (bundays excepted, 1
ooisa socnt and kist.
'-??!S ""Hand nt 1J.W and 4:30 a. m., and :lo
and 6:00 p. ni, '
iW&bT.l0 Ojdenuurir at C:10 p. m.,St.
A,i'ia?,' i .0;?'). ? '"- furllnifton ot S:lo a, in.,
Port Henry at tins a. m Rutrnnd at two p. in.
Hellows 1 Foils at saw p. in., arrhlng at New Lon
NewBYork P' conne:t"1K with steamer ror
' .NEW YORK EXPHi:sS.-Leavc3 St Albans at
!iSi!ift,'ST 1,:i0 "-mnf
,!l"J,n,'K?.,',Uhss L"avc' OifdcnsburgatH:
M p.in., Plattsburif 8:3o p.m., Montreal 3:5b p.m.,
St. Johns4:Wp. in., St. Albans T:!0 p. in., ilur
I Uj(ton :lo p. in., Rutland U:So a. In., Hollows
Falls, 8:25 a. in. orrhlny nt New London at 11
MIXED TRAIN. Leases Ilurllnuton at !:O0 p.
m., arrtvlnit In Rutland, at 5:40 p. m. Leaves
Rutland at 4:30 a. in., Hellows Falls 7:45 a.m.
(accommodation train),, rrlvlne at New London
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Rutland at6:0fl p. in,
I OOIKO NOIITH,
1 Leaves Rutland at 1:43 and r.:40 0. m und 2:i.
I and 6:03 p. in,
: u M. 1 '"T " New London nt B:00 n. in.,
1 MWl1 9,:0" m- noston 7:30 n. in., Hellow.i
r,"1''!1:;'-. Rutland 1:30 p.m., arrlvlnif ot Port
I ll,nryatt):Oo p. 111., IiurfliiKton 6:00 p. in., SI.
1 Albans 6:40 p. m., Montreal s:45 p. m., cvdens-
, , 1 jiymifui ,:,a ,. 111., uiiutiiv
"urK1:f,a. ni., inaklnif connections with trains
EXPRESS r.pnv,. Tl,ill,.M,l , r..nr. . .
Albans nt R:.vs 11. in. ' "
NlflllT EXl'ltESS.-Leaes Now London at
!:" P; in., Sprlnifncld at S:ls p. m., connecting
with train leatiHgNew York at B:oo p.m., lief
tows (alls 11:20 p. t conneetltof with train
Ipiivlng Hoston at 6:30 p. in., Rutland 1: n. in.,
Ilur Itntton 4:40 a.m., St. Albans C:lo, orrlvltiif
In Montreal at :15 a. m., Plattsbun? at 12:00 In.,
anil Oxdcirstjurir at 12:35 p. in., connectlnif Willi
trains tor the West.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Rutland at r.iio a. in
Leae Rurlliiifton nt9:30a. in., si. Albans 12:iw
in., arrhinif In Ogdensburir at s:60p. in. mid M
Johns nt 3:M p. In.
MIXED TRAIN.-LenvesIletlowsFnt! ot 4
a. m., nrrlvlnir In Rutland at 0:20 a.m.
At'COMMoriATION. leaves New London u
S:lon. m., Hellows FjI1sC:(jo p. m arrhliiL
Rutland nts:3r. p. m.
Trains leave llurllnr-tnn rnlncr ensf . for Men'
poller, Ac, at fi:ss a. m., 12:30 p. in. mid xa p. m
Trains leave Hollows Falls k'Olm,' north, u
white Rher Junction, Ac, at s:3o a.m. and
ll:i." a.m., and 6:M and 11:20 p. m.
Connkctions. At Rutland with Rensselaer X
Saratoiraanil Harlem Extension Railroads; ni
Hollows Foils with Cheshire Railroad: at south
ernon with Connecticut Rher Railroad.
"Slecplns ears are attached to nlirlit train
bstween St. Albans and Troy, and lliirlliigton
andlloston. (1YI.ES MERItII.1.7
u. . ... . ucirisunt
St. Albans. Vt June 3d. H73.
TARLE.M EXTENSION RAILRO I)
(' H A N 0 E OF T I M I.
FALL AR RANG EM ENTS.
On and alter Wednesday, Oct. 20, 1s7:i, tra'os
will run ns follows:
MIXED. Leaves Rutland nt S:0o a.m., c
nectlne; at stnto Line with troln rorTroj.
MAIL. Leaves Rutland 9.00; a. m., and mat
In? close connections at Chatham 4 f ornei
with trains ror New York, Albany, Hudson, and
both east and west on H. A- A. 11. R.
MIXED. Leave Rutland at 2.25 p. m., 1 o Hen
SUNDAY MILK TRAIN (With passcte.-'T r r
attached). Leaves Rutland at s.oo a. in.
ARRIVE AT RUTLAND.
Mall, 10.05 p. m.; accommodation, 12.0s p m
inlxoa s.20 p. ni.
F. c. WHITE, supt
Rutland, October 2S. 1S72. inayld&uir
g H E R I F F'S
S A I. E.
Know .111. Mkn. that I have this dav levied
two executions, In my hands, lur collection,
and directed tome, to wit:
one in tavor or tho National Hank or Po.iltnc
nnd the other In tevor of Mcrrltt Clark or s.mi
Poultney, both against Farrond Parker or 1 as
tleton, lu tho county ot Rutland, and Issued
from Rutland County court, September Teim,
A. 1). 1373. Un all the undivided rlshr, tlile,
and interest or thesald dehior Parker, In and
to the personal estate pertaining to the marble
iptarry and works, known as the Parker, f.dson
Dewey marble imarry and works, situate In
West Rutland, In the town and tounty ur Hut
land, Including Derricks und Holsilng appara
tus und fixtures; two stone cutting r t han
nellng Machines ; Drills and all ipiam tool
and machinery connected with the (juairy, and
Mills, nnd Shops except wlinl belongs to flic
real estate, on said piendses.
Also, all the marble uuarrled and In bh ks 11
and about said premises ; also, all the maible
sawed, and manufactured, or In process or 111. n
uracture, Including as aforesaid, all the s.iht
debtor Farrand Parker's Iniciest and title 111
and to all the personal property upon .1' I
And the same I shall sell at pill .1 nu u
upon the said quarry premises 111 said W 1
Rutland, lu said town or Rutland, or. too t 11
day of December, A, D. ls;3, at two o'clock In
the afternoon, to tho highest bidder then for 1
satisfy said executions and the officers 1
fees and charges thereon agreeably to law,
Dated nt said Rutland this rath it.n nr N v in
ber, A I). 1S73.
WM. M. FIELD,
Sheriff of the County of RuiI.uhj,
PASTURE LAND IN PITTSFORD
For salo or rent. Ono hundred and twenty
nv e acres or lino PASTURE land located one and
one-halt miles rrom Plttsrord Village. Address
or call on E. P. HITCHCOCK, under National
Dank or Rutland. Rutland. Vt. Mayltr
Q.ROYER & RAKER'S IMPROM1D
SHUTTLE AND ELASTIC STITC II,
SEWING MACHINES, &c. . c
At E. N. .MERRIvM'S.
PRINTING.-Self-Inklnr; Pearl Press,
new and valuable Invention. Every busi
ness man should haveone. Presses and Outllts
trom tlo upwards. Send stamp ror 1 atalogue or
Presses, Type, cuts, etc. OOI.DINO A' CO., 11
KUby street, Hoston. aug23dtw cm
mo PRINTERS AND PURLlSlIEliv
TlieOLOHE Paper Co., having duplicates or
the following articles, offer them tor sale ar low
steam Engine, suitable tor running pi
Hoe Card Press,
smith Hand Press,
ono Rule Mlterlng Mai blue,
And numerous other articles used lu a Prim Ins
NO. 15 MERCHANTS' TOW .
Iron and Lead Pipe, Portable and stationary En
gines j notary steam, Forco and Cistern Pumps
Leather and Rubber Heltlng ; Rubber Rose and
Packing; Rubber Overcoats, Cloves and Mil
tens ; steam and Water Gauges ; Water, steam
and Oas Fittings, and Fixtures, all kinds; Flax
and Sonpstone Packing ; Cotton Waste, Plumb
STEAM, WATER AND OAS FITTING
Dono at short notice, and at prices ud.iptod 1
3110 at short notice,
Rutland, Slay 1, 1S73.
gTEAM STONE CUTTER COMPANY
Sole proprietors and manufacturers of the
STONE CHANNELING OR QUARRYING SI
For eiilllnfr stnio, Inln v.i,innu Li..., ...
mensloris; '- '
IN ALL KINDS OF QUARRIES.
JOHN W. CRASITON, Pies't.
v.n,viiL,r,is , i..mu, isec y.
(1EO.J. WARDWELL, supt.
lrJj'KI1,'.0 J)AHA- AND
.7T.. V. ' v."""r'' vomauis nu ino laiest
novvs, lt;uding tho telegrams or tho associated
press, local correspondence, state news, Ac,
, , ,, , 1 uiu euuoi 1111 ucpariuieni.
Advertising rates low, especially for short aib
jertlsements. The papers aro larger and con
tain more reading matter lhanauy other In the
"ate. OLOHE Paper co
rr0 DRY-GOODSMEN, GROCERY.
X SIKN, HIITCHEHS AC.-Wo offer tlio larg
est lino oMVrapplng Papers, Paiwr Hags, Flour
ciicKEt 111111 i nines, iy uo lOUnil 111 1110 btalC.
Rest oualttr manllln. liest nnniitv iinmia,,,,,,,.
111a. flest quality straw paper, all sires and
weights. Rest quality paper bags and Hour
aacks warranted full Blie nnd full weights. No
scrimping. We handle these goods In largo
quantities, and our prices ar as low ns others,
selling samo quality or goods, send us an
GLOUK PAPER CO.
CANVASSERS WANTED. Canvassers
wanted to canvass In Addlson.llonnlnrrton,
Rutland and Windsor counties. For particulars
address Postomce Uoi nru, itutlaud, Vt. vlivivv