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TIIE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, MONDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 8, 1873.
Woodstock l'nrmcn Club.
The Woodstock farmers club met nt the
ehaol house near the Fair ground. A let
ler from Eetihen Daniels on wintering
hccp was read. lie said his remarks nt the
hut meeting need a little explanation. HI
Iambi are taken from the ewes the first of
Uitrust. and by foddering time his sheep
uip nil fat. His hay Is enrly cut and bright.
Holeeilsall they will eat and If there arc
horts gives them to colts and young cattle.
He feeds no grain, except when he wishes
to give sulphur, till the first of March, then
,...io Qi.nru Ml 1m thinks xvlll do anv L'ood.
f.-imh Win to ilron the llrst of Alull. Ho
imvcs pomace at the rate of two bushels to
inn shorn all winter. The sheep have no
tlm I'nmiul Is bare, lie
l.i'eps a cross between French Merino anil
( ntswolits, with a few pine Cotsw'olils.
I'liey average him In wool and lambs uDolit
I! ...... I..r ,.no.U-
:o MCI iiwuii -., , ,
The committee to obtain Information 1
rc'ard to "The Patrons of Husbandry
,J!..,.i... ii.ni- upm able to iret. and
'f.iinu-m1 snnio general talk on the
. tine. The evening was almost gone when
.t ,n.. fm- illanission was announced,
shall we raio to obtain the
must nrollt .'
1 c MclCcn? e miui tlieie can lie no
..-..I!,.,, lull irrnss Is the crol) for Vermont
erst and the next (lUestlon Is what kind
., tul how can It be grown most successfully:'
I ri-showed twenty kinds of gra gnthcml
one meadow ot his, but he did not know
in- nanie of one-halt ol tliem. in tun col
lection was a specimen of Ahlko cloer.
Mr M. sowed one pound oT seed on an
i-iL'hth of an acic In the spring: of 187i. and
il onn.linlf Inn ilf I'Vl-ellellt IflV
ivhioh is meedily eaten by all stock would
i tve it when dry, and Iced around It when
Mi-, Hrlilgc said his CMU-lii'ltie sliovvoi
ih.it a mixed luishaniliy was best: that
a hilc grass Is and miM be our main crop,
iVc mn.it nlow some, and he docs not con
-hIit it good pollcv to buy too iiiucli grain
thilii-' lo the liltili iukts ol labor ho was
iihll-rnl to stop raising turnip, mid as
-ul.-litiilc cut grass catly. lie spoke of the
value of nnnles ns lied, but they ale not
reliable as n ci on. lie had iniidc I luce
i mi llis ol his beef and polk I loin apples ;
i miiileied two bushels, of sweet apples
i iiml In lluir of sour, or the same of inr
'itn, and six bushels iipt.il to one of corn,
sumo apples are belter conked. Mr. li's
i-x.H-riciicc with oichaiil grass for some
taetitv veals Is cMictlv oppo.-ile that of
I'lii- next meeting will be in one week
Deo H al the sanie pl.ice, nt (11 o'clock.
. in., when the (Mill) will ilisciKs'llic grow-
T til' crops. II. ('. I.oekwood will pi e
iil a paper on growing clover, ntul ('. 1".
Lincoln on orchard grass.
The following names wcie added to the
i bib: II (' LocUwood. Kbene.er liridge, .1
N liichiiiond, George 11 M'hotnpsoii, Cliatlcs
M ('me. 1 1 'wtUtocIc Hiimlitrtl.
Tiik liioins nrTi!AVKi.i.i:i:. ll wm not
until a leccnt dale that travclleis upon
i-ailin.iili were supposed lo have any tights,
in the view of the conductors. I'assengeis
who lust their tickets might be put oil' a
train at the mint Inconvenient point. Those
win) rode upon free tickets might line their
luggage and lie mangled in their persons
by collisions and broken rails Willi impuni
ty. Men could be made to stand lu
e'rowded ( ars when there wcie plenty of
empty seats hi cars of the same class' that
were locked against thcni. The American
people aie amiable, and have long borne
the.-o nnd many other Ills as the supposed
ucccsiUics of modern Improvements.
Latelv. however, there seems to have
been a general awakening against the petty
tyrannies of the courts in all parts of the
rounUy have given numerous decisions
against them. These have been so unani
mous mid so unqualified that several points
are now pretty wen established, it is
gratifying to know, for example, that mil
mails arc icsponsihle lor injury or loss to
passengers, whether ruling lice or not
that railroads are responsible for injury or
hs lo passengers, whether riding ficu ta
unt, and it is assuring to know that a pur
son is entitled to a seat wherever he cm
turn it in the cars of the class he natron
i.es. The latest decision we have noticed
is that against an Ohio railroad. A man
purchased a ticket anil a berth in a sleep
ing ear : nc iook possession ot ins bci 111.
but when the conductor camo along his
ticket could not be found. Notwithstand
ing the attendant and the lussenscrs bad
seen the ticket in ids possession, the con
doctor ejected him from the train. The
court gave him B 1.000 damages.
MMiere aie many railroad olllcials who do
not need these reminders to leach them
their duty towards the public, but thcie aie
many also who are respectful and decent
only as they are forced to be, and this class
will soon begin to find that to nromoto the
wclfaie and comfort of their passengers Is
a uuty in in which nicy aie largely inter
cited. Nfic York J'ost.
Hui.i'.s is Ino.Nixo. ft quite depends
on tne way ironing is uono whether it
agreeable or not. The ironing-board must
have a slip-cover, to ho washed each fort
night, and besides there should bo a large
piece of thin cotton to lay over starched
things to take the first pressure of the iron.
fids piece must bo fine, fur coarse cloth
will leave the impress ofits threads on nice
fabrics. A breadth of an old jaconet skirt
is the best. A howl of clear water, with a
clean sponge or salt brush, or worn white
rag, must be ready for dampening spots
that have dried since folding, or have not
ironed smoothly, The table ought to lie
solid without leaves, and a high chair should
bo provided, so that ona may sit close to
the board, touching it with tho waist. It is
just as convenient to iron sitting as stand
mg, if one gets used to it, nnd most of tho
1 itigue of ironing conies from standing
long nl a tune. A housekeeper who know-
how to Im good to herself as every woman
ought to be will have a table for ironing
-.villi one side hollowed out, like Ihecuttin
boaids which scaimtrosi cs use in their lap.
Il will lie easy to kit up to such a tabic, and
lu ii snivel chair that can bo raised or low
eieilat will, the gas, stove or furnace on
iiue hand, the clothes-tramu on the other
in my a poor, tired woman would find her
dreaded ironing-day ono of the easiest of
thu week. Truth to say, theso conveniences
are named not more to recommend house
wifely exercise to idle people whoso nerves
tie pining for it, than in hope that some
ovei burdened worklng-beo may be able to
t. -t the comfort of these helps Those
who have the most work to do generally
have tn do it in the hardest way, A good
nil-Hem will see that her servants haw all
tl i conveniences, if they can lie taught
In use llieiu. I confess that the pleasure
of wearing fresh white, muslin and crisp
i iillled skirts Is much alloyed by the thought
how some gasping girl has lulled over them
in a heated liundry or burning attic on
duly day Harper's Jlazai:
An Ausiiui.iAN TitKi:, known as thu
eucalyptus globulus, possesses an extra
ordinary power of destroying mlsasniatic In
lliiencu In fever-stricken districts. It has
1 1 io singular properly of absorbing ten times
its weight of water from the soil, and of
emitting antiseptic cainpliorous effluvia.
When sown in marshy ground it will dry it
up in a very short time. Thu English were
thu llrst to try it nt the Cape, and within
two or tlireu years they completely changed
the climatic condition of tho unhealthy
pails of tho colony. A few years later its
planting was undertaken on a largo scalo
in various parts ot Algeria, At t'ondook
JO miles from Algiers, a farm, situated on
tho banks of tho Ilainyc, was noted for its
xtrcmely pestilential air. In the spring
ot IH57 about j;i,i)iju eucalyptus wero plant
ed there; in July of tho saino year, tho
limn when the fever season used to set in
not n single caso occurred : yet the trees
wero not moro than nine feet high. .Since
tbon. complete immunity from fever lias
in-en maintained. In thu neighborhood of
Constantia tliu farm of lien Machyilin was
in equally und rcputo; it was covered with
marshes both in winter aim summer! in uvo
years tho whole ground was dried up hy
1 1.000 of theso trees, and farmers children
enjoy excellent health. At tho factory of
tho uuo do Constantino, in three years,
plantation of eucalyptus has transformed
twelve acres ot marshy sou into a niagnin
cent park whence fever has completely
illsnnneareil. In the Island of Cuba this
all other paludcnn diseases are fast ills
appearing lrom an tno uniieaimy untricu
where this tree na been introuuceii.
The Action or I.tonr on Milk. Di
rect sunlight very soon spoils milk or cream
by premature souring and decomposition.
The effect of Indirect or reflected light has
been but little observed. It novrthelcss
exerts an active influence, not only upon
milk mul cream, but noon butter aim cneese
while curing. The general effect of light
upon milk and cream is to hasten the ac
tion of the lactic yeast, and then the for
mation ot alcohol, ami alter that to nurry
up putrcfactlan, and these changes are oc-
casioneu ny tne muuenco ot renccieu ngni
the same as direct sunlight, onlv In a fee
bler degree. The first effect, however, of
n small quantity of reflected light a quan
tity that would fust enablu one with good
eves to rend ordinary print is to hlghtsn
the color of cream during an exposure of
t nrtv-six to iorlv-clclit Hours, as soon
ii the iinnlititv of lMit nllnwcd to fall UP
on milk i ncrcased beyond the small
amount named, Us Influence Is soon man
ifested unnii the cream ! causing it become
sour and stale, lose color and flavor, and if
the light i strong us suri.ice is soon cov
ered with mold and pimples, where the
same milk standing In a moro shaded po
sition will Pi all light. The conclusion is
that too much light i doubtless often the
cause of faulty butter ; and even alter it is
niuniif.ictuied. butler, like cream, will soon
fade if esposi d to the light, even though it
innv ho covered with brine. l.nitu uome.
Tin: i'.coxouir.s or Tin: Maxuhk-iikai'
are very little understood among farmers
generally. They are all aware of tne ini
liortanee of having nlentifiil stores of fertil
izing niatcri.il but few now how to make
the most of the cardial the possess. A
New York fanner, after nuzzling over the
nroblcm fur a number of years, declares
that the following method of procedure has
doubled his mammal resources, select an
elevated nosilloii in some field where the
manure is lo be used, and, with the aid of
the plow and shovel, make a long, shallow
trench, say (, or i inches deep and L' or o
feet wide; throw the dirt out on the upper
ule ol the trench, this trench may be
ade at any time, but one such must nl-
avs he prepared just belore winter, say in
tho carlv part ol .November. -M-xt, In
leaning the (tables always shovel Inline-
lialelv into the cart or wagon and haul at
once the trench, wheru It may be dropped
m a manner most convenient tor covcrlni
I'lien cover the manure a soon as possible
ilh eatth tuken lrom either side ol tho
trench, until the manure is covered witli
twice its bulk of earth. The drier the eartli
and the more pulverized, the better. Let
the earth cover all the manure as cllectu-
Uy as possible, to arrest all the gazes aris
ing from decompoiiug manure. The main
principle of this process is the well-known
pialily widen earth possesses ol "llxln!
or holding and retaining gases, a property
now applied beneficially in earth closets,
etc. The earth retains these gases, which
ire thu vital fertilizing properties, until the
plant root comes in contract with it. This
fertilized eartli Is very durable, as "notion
is lost" indeed, its effects have been plain
lyisibleon the spot w here it had been
syread, '.'9 years before.
ScciiniNc Aci'i.r.s run inn Oi r Yt.ui.
One of the most successful agriculturists in
the country is Kobert Pell, who lias a IL'00-
acre farm in Ulster county, New York, all
In the highest state ot cultivation, Unctea-
turc is an oi chard ot H00 acres, planted ex-
lusively with the ..Newtown pippin, and the
product ot this orchard Is lamous in I'.ng-
land and l.urope as well as at home, lo
attain his present perfection in fruit culture,
Air. fell studied the art ot pomology and
learned how to assist nature in Iter efforts
to support mankind. Commonly speaking,
the apple tree bears every alternate year.
.Mr. fell determined to have an annual
harvest, and to give ids orchard a handsome
start he sacriliced the crop ot a bearing
vcar. All tho apples were picked while
green. Ho hail discovered that the germ of
the next year s fruit was in existence at the
time of the apple harvest, but that the tree
would bo so exhausted thai this germ would
ail of development, and a year of rest
would follow before another crop could he
produced. Having stopped his trees lrom
fruiting in the manner I have mentioned.
be was sure of a crop on what was gener
ally the oll'vear. and be determined to fol
low this up hy a treatment which should
abolish the oil-year system, lie learned
that trees require a variety of food, the chief
ot which istound in potash, lime and soda.
and his orchard has been thus fed with all
the success that could have been anticipa
ted. Thu potash is found in wood ashes,
lime is obtained lrom oyster shells nt low
cost, (stone lime being undesirable,) while
soiia is supplied ny common salt, in or
chards thus fed and judlc'ously pruned can
not fail of success, and although this season
s generally short ot apples, Air. fell s crop
is ot usual anuniiance.
The Nashville library grows apace.
Omaha High School i to have a monthly
Fortv "-lar" w.ilch 'Frisco's nightly
Tom Thumb is holding lllilputian levees
The Indianapolis Coroner has had fifty-
live jobs this year.
The Virginia State Prison had 7j2 guests
on -November I.
Marriages In high life Those which oc
cur In hltkn, Alaska.
Forty-one frco and enlightened citizens
oi Denver want to be postmaster.
Thirty-eight is tho number of those in
San Francisco who during 177-have had
nn untimely taking nil by their own hands.
St. Louis street cars are developing hom
icidal instincts They crushed the life out
ot a little child recently. "Nohodv to
An appropriate notice to post on churches
that do not keep their sidewalks free of
ice "Let him that slandeth take heed lest
l adover tells us Airs, l adover says now
Mr. Ilatblu is out of tho French Cabinet
business they ought to engage him for some
ol the base-ball clubs next season,
Pittsburg man fell through a hatchway
utiy icet, w itu latai results tn tno packing-
bines wheru he happened to pause. Ho
himself w as alive at the latest accounts.
There are election frauds in Mendocino.
Ca'.I-'rom which It is evident that they have
Men-do-cl uo leason why they should not
vole early anil olten as well as oilier peo
A San Francisco doctor bus received a
legacy of 1,000,000 francs from a French
tesiator. whom ho rcl oved lrom an ano-
pletle attack In a rail car n year or two ago.
Old Grimes is not dead, but lias recently
in ine roie oi piainiiu to recover
bis sharo of spoils in tho political imbro
glio in tho otherwise placid town of Albion.
Another English dairy fanner lias been
fined 13 for sending ndultcratcd milk to
inaricet. J.et Urango County and Mor-
rislana bo thankful that they do not live mi
ner an eiieuieti monarchy.
Tho man who blew out his gas at a Tl-
tusvillo hotel and was insensible two hours
therefrom is now sensllilu of tho fact that
ho has learned how to "put out tho light,
nnu ibcu put out tne iigui.
Smokers will not bo sorry to hear that
tho Connecticut Yalley tobacco-growers
have so llttlo prospect of obtaining a mar
ket for their crop that many of them think
oi nuanuoning tuo culture in tnu weed,
Tho Montana papers are terribly scan.
dallzcd becauso an American saw fit to
inarryaChlnesowoin.nl. If ho had killed
her Instead drinks all around for the judgu
ami jury would have made it all right.
Tho Chicago Times says that "thu pos
sible elevation of Don Alfonso to tho Span.
Isli throne gives us great hopes that It will
nwaken Mr. Grant to activity It will be
elevating to honor Mr. Grant's life-long
enemy nnoot the lamlly of old ilourbon.
Wholesale and itetall Dealers la
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED FHUir.S, PICKLES, Ac.,
AND FANCY GOODS.
Also, Dealers In
DltY GOOD, SHAWLS, DRESS hoods,
HOSIKHY, GLOVES, AC., AO.
An ossoitmeiit of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
i-'uiulaiilly on hand.
AIIENTS FOR MAIL
STEAMEIts TO AND
ISr-DltAFTS FOIt ANY AMOl'NT ON TIIE
HANKS OF ENOI.AND, HtKI.ANI), SCOTLAND
COIINElt FHEK1HT AND EVELYN ST.s.
E E H T U It N E It
SL'GAIt UEFINING COMPANY,
7(1 WALL STHEF.T, NEW Y01IK.
Offer for sale all the various irrailes of lletlneil
Sugar of Siipei lor Quality ut the Lowest Maiket
i-rier. a nupcnor ipiaiuy or wime sugar fur
L'onrectioiiers use. Also,
STAN DA HI) POWDHliED,
WHITE COFFEE A
COFFEE EXTRA C,
And llu lower grades of
Y E L L O W S 11 G A R
Orders to be addressed to our otllee In New
York, ,t) w mi .street, Cor. fearl.
Parties ordeilnir 10 barrels can have them us-
ThKMS Thirty days, or Cash ln!7 dais, less M
w-l uriii, uiilUUlll.
E. G. RANTER,
A Y E Y O U S E E N
C II E S T E H ' S
R O G H A M M E
IS ST R A N G E
That one so well Informed as jou, did not know
11, Ul ill
47 MERCHANTS' ROW,
you could buy
CHOICE HIITTKR for3Se,
CHEESE, 15 to ISO,
REST FLOUR, 111 60,
NEW LAYER RAISINS, 15c.
CRANIIEHRIF.S. lie, per quail.
THAT CHOICE JAPAN TEA, Me,
and ever) thing jou vvlih to eat CIIEAI'of
T . C . II U II II A R D
4J MERCHANT'S ROW,
And every kind of Cuiined floods and Pickles,
i onieciioiiary, miis, i-igs, c.
JOSEPH II. GUY.
H. IIAYWAKI) 4-CO.,
(IROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HAY AND WOOD
WmniNaroN sr., IU'h.anii, Vt.
JATTY'H N A II OH PICKLES
t Cross lllackwell'8 Pickles. Ilalford's
Worcestershire Sauce. Nabob sauce. In fact
nearly all kinds of English Pickles can bo found
Ul Jl. W . .llAlinilAl.l.n.
G R A 1 E 8
II. V MARSHALL'S
13 KUNELLAS. PRUNES. CHERRIES.
X. Peaches, JUackberrles, Raspberries. Plums
Huckleberries. Also, un kinusor iruus 111 cans,
lUrHlllUHV 11. VT. lUAJl.lllAl.l.n.
inuyldiwly (irove street, Rutland, Vt,
flAEAS, from fiO cents to $1.70; also lrcsh
a. uruuuu cur rn.11, ui.
II. W. MARSHALL'S
innyldtwly Corner of Orovo and West Hts.
T?LK HORN & MAGNOLIA PLOUK
-UJ verv ehnlce. fnr Hnlfi At
11. VY, MA11.11IAI.I.",
jyjALAOA GRAPES at
u n t
3 II K H M A N
I) i! Y. o o o n s
Silk, Velvets, Cashmeres, Poplins, flannels,
Skirls, Underwear, Hosiery and Gloves, La
ces, imiions, i.inens. riano covers, wuuis,
I'alsley siliawls, Cloaklnscs,
Ladles' clot li, 1'lusli,
Velveteens I'lquc, lllatikets,
I! I, A U 1C (1 () O 1) S .
'I'liree times the arlely of any house In Ver
(! O K S K T H .
Tliomnson's (llovo FlttltiL'. tl.tli. reduced! He.
lene, ii.oo, reduoeil from Hip (lore, C5e
reduced; good corsets 4 v.; the beit dollar cor
set lu America.
SIIIItM'S AND DltAWEIlS.
The best dollar vest and drawers lu Vermont.
A. T. Ktewnit Co.'.s make, 11,75, i!.oi). a.20. v.to,
a.oo the cheapest giiods In the world, cue lbs.
i iliii ir., 4.e., i jarus. lien prims, luc. i oi
ton Flannel, Viy,c. 1'iench pi lilts, aoc; reduced
from toe. Fiench pilots, hoc; reduced from 45c.
Velveteen r.Se for trlmmliiir. Ex. Velieteen,
11.50 for sacques. Mlk do $5,"s, for sacques.
Mlk do $12.50, alue iia.oo.
-1 lie largest sioek anil USfiuesi aim best store
All persons n debt to II. 11. Unit, or lluit
Sin-1 ln;i li, nie requested to pay the same ut
Ill II I A S E MAX,
NOV. 4, llTS.
1NSMAN A; 110SS
W'lshtos.ivtolhelr FIIIENDS and the nubile
generally, (uotwlthstniiilliig one of our brother
merchants say we keep no lint class goods,)
that we have received, Hie nieseiit week all
tui'luilliig a full line of
YOltK und (It'Il'I'HE !..U!E
(UMI'S and FltlNOEs,
boughl cheap ami llrst quality.
HOilEIIY AND KID (ll.OVEs,
and a full llneof
anil a woildot
I) H E S S
G O O I) S
ut twenty-live cents a .ud and upward.
We want money, und will make It for the In-
teieit of any one wanting goods III our line to
give us u cull. .
vol. NTS KOIt
I! I! T T i: II I C K ' ,S ' .1 T T H It X S .
SIIKAliS AND M'lssOlIS,
OHIIIINAL ONI! I'KICE STOUE.
No. 3, Merchants' How,'
I N S V R A N O E A G E N O Y
Ilf TI.AND, VEIIMONT,
-ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY,
IIAUTFOIID FIltK INSUHANCE CO.,
l.MI'EIHAL Fllti: INSURANCE CO.,
PIIENIX INSURANCE CO., N. Y.,
FRANKLIN INSURANCE COMPANY,
INSURANCE CO. of NO, AMERICA,
SI'IHNOFIELD INSl'HANCE CO.,
PIKENIX INS. CO., HARTFORD,
NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
PENNSYLVANIA INSURANCE CO.
The above struini list of Companies renre.
IIURNIIAM & TEMPLE.
Opera House. RUTLAND, VERMONT.
v II E V E II M O N T L I F E
I N S U R A X V V. V 0 M P A N Y
OF lll'HLINGTON, VERMONT.
oyricK, j-kck iiun.Msa, coi.lkuk nr.,
lncoriwratod October SSIh, ISM.
Assets January Ut, 187!), - ijl!ia,208.:i8.
Surplus Including capital, W 41 lu assets to
each icon In lUbllliles.
Surplus uxcluslvo of capital, 11.21 lu assets to
Kv erv des rab 0 form of pol Icy Issued at even
rates with any tellable cuuipaiiy, or lower.
ENDOWMENTS AT LIFE RATES A SPE
Five Important nrlvllCLres secured In thin
form of liollcy,
1st. The term may bo reduced nt any tlmo by
.lH K'.,.,n.r..llliii.nn Mia ..nl.l..,., u.lln.. .....
Bd! Noa.forfeltlug ou tho "temporary In
surance" plan for tho full amount ot the iwlley.
4111. 1 ue ucurueu vuiun ui ine iwiiey may oe
received at any tlmo after live ouv mentu huv-u
Mh. Thu deferred accumulations will bo divi
ded among the surviving policy holdeis ut int.
ALL POLICIES ARE NON-FORFEITINO UPON
Every iwllcy holder will have tho benellts of
his own Investincnts secured to I1I111.
Send for circulars ot rates and plans, or call
In at tho oftlco and examine for yourselves.
PATRONIZE HOME INSTITUTIONS!
IIUSSEL H. TAFT, President.
WARRKN OIBHS, Secretary
(Slothing ami (Ofnts
L L EN AND D II E
Are now opening tlie best
CUSTOM 0 I. O Till NO E V E It
Haying, os we do,
WEST HOUSES IN NEW'
We are enabled lo offer rare Inducements to
c V r T K II li' r .t
LADIES' AND GENTS' FINE FUHS, SLEIGH IIOIIES, AC, AC
The best line of these (foods lu Vermont. All selected by.Mr. Allen, of llutitiiilon, who has
had oxeriW cars experience In this Hue
Itcmeinber we are now opening u new lot of Ff Its. (looJi shown with pleasui-. All kin I, of
Fur work neatly and promtly done, illu' us a call.
It E A I) Y M A D E
HATS, CAPS AND FUUNISIIINII (looI)S, Tltt'NKS AND 1IAIIS.
Having Just sold ItJ.ouoof our stork, we can now show Hie Illicit and best stock of
It E A D Y M A D E (' L O T II I N G I N V E 1! M N T
ALL NEW AND IIOIH1IIT SI.NCK TIIK PANIC.
We will sell goods low, Keinember we have an entire new stnek. One pilee for all at
iiimlumvc. gooHs, .Stationery, fit.
LARGE STOCK' 1S7-I DIARIES. 1H7-1
Q EST SLEIOH SHOE STEEL, li'l HIAHIES
All sizes, cheap,
At L. (1. KINOSI.KY'S. HM D'Alill-N.
imiTNiNG uu 11Aim:
and all other kinds of 13:4 DlAIIIEs. 1,74
At L. (I. KIN(ISLKY'S. HT4 DIAUIIX Hit
I'ltOOF CAIILE CHAIN", '.I'Jcent.
All sles, cheap,
At L. (I. KINdSI.EY'S.
Win ranted Ilest quality.
At L. fl. KINOSI.EY'S.
CARVERS, and FORKS,
At I.. 0. KINdSI.EY'S.
ot ever thing Usually kept In a
FIRST-CLASS HARllWARi: STORE,
At !.. (i,
U R N I T U It E
Parlor Fundi ure. Center Tables, Mirrors, Ex
tension Tables, lieusieaus, xiaiireises.
Spiliij; Ileds, Huream and Chair?
Manufacturer of litack Walnut, Chestnut and
C A R P E T S .
Velvet, Brussels, Tapestry, Three Ply und In-
Krtllil i arpeii, iu i luilis. e.. i .
COFFINS AND CASKETS,
AND Ml. l AI.I.Il' 111 III.M. I'ASI-.-s.
L. (I. KINOSI.EY'S.
AND ON A: H UNTO OX,
Wholesale mid Itelull Dealer In
IKON, STEEL, NAILS, .to., eve, c.
f A 1.80,
M: K L T I N (1, I, A C I N II, Af.
TIMOTHY, CLOVER, ANO ALL
NOVA SCOTIA PLASTER,
1.01)1 MANUFACTllRINIi:co.'S l'OUDHHTTE
A Fill.! LINK Of
0 H E A P V O K (' A S H
li A It RETT'S
O L 1) S T O R E
line of ci.otih for line
SHOWN IN HUT I, AND,
dhect from tlm
YOltlC AND 110STON.
those In want of first-class made clolhlti'f.
X X o r
n i: ii i: a r .
(! L O T 11 I N (1
ALLEN A: DREW'S,
ar .MHHUIIANT.S' HOW.
EXCELSIOR IS THE DIARY TO Ilf Y.
See them at
S I' A U L D I N G'S.
Corner Jleiehants' Row and West street.
MIE EXCELSIOR DIARY I'OR 1S7I
OI.011K I'M' Kit COMl'AX);
General Wholesale) Agents foil
VERMONT ANRJJNKW HAMPSHIRE,
WASHINGTON, WARREN, ESSLX, AND
CLINTON COUNTIES, N. Y.
Why thu Trade give to the Excelsior Diary the
preference over all others.
1st. It Is printed on line rosu tlnl paiH-r.
2d. Thesiimoqualltyof pupcrlsusedtliiough
the entire line, giving Just us good paper In a
cheap book as Hi a high priced one.
3d. It Is llie best ilidshed Diary lu the
4th. Wegtveyou235ilin'erent st.v lei to select
6th. (Julteu 11u111berotthebestselllngp.it
tems are made by no other house.
lilll. The pocket-book st J les.are all arranged
to suit the business man.
ilh. Retailers wunt a Diary that Is neat, at
tract Ive and saleable.
sih. You will Und fewer of them uiiiong the
old stock of dealers, as they sell bet ler than
uiiy other Diary.
Dili. The sale of tho Excelsior has Inci eased
more I linn 500 per cent, lu the last four, v ears,
which fact shows that the retailer appreciates
101 h. We gl v e at t ruct I v e show cards and wit
ers, and plenty of them.
Utli. They cost 110 more, and no leu, than
olher Diaries all Hits and discounts being
Kill. Tho Excelsior Is llie best lelullliig
Diary ottered to the Hade.
Wu Intend to visit all deulers In DIailes curly
In llie season. If there ure uny, however, that
we do not reach, wo .shall be pleased to send
them, on application, a lino ot es loe.
uuilne lu comparison with other
Early orders uro alwajs tilled complete, while
lato orders ale upt to Und the ussui Unci t
bioken, and freiiuently thu best selling stjlcs
used up. It Is UBoodpluntoputlnorderxcarly
as pay-day comes no sooner, than with luto or
ders. Wo can deliver goods any time after 1st
send In jour orders for the Excelsior eaily to
THE GL011E PAPER CO.,
BLANK HOOKS Are n specialty with
us. Wo have everything In this Rue. Wu
have una ot tho best (If not tho best) nnixilnted
blank Hook manufactories tu the state. Every
thing Is new and lu good shaiie, and wo have a
iiiuu in euurgu oi n vvuo understands 1110 bust
uess In all Us details. Wo have a stock ot llrst
class ledger naiwrs. and Invito banks, mnnufue.
luring companies, 4c, loexamlno our stock and
I'm. ViLUIIIli I'vM'l.ll en,
MM) DKY-GOODSMEN. GROCERY.
X ,, . C.-We orrer tho larg-
est lino ot ranplug Papers, Pawr Hags, Flour
Sacks and Twines, to bo found lu tho stale.
m-sv ouniiij luuuuiu, uesi quality nogumnan
Ilia. Ilest duality straw paper, allsUes and
weights. Ilest quality Wi.T lia(s , oll
sacks vvarrauted full sfzo und full weights. No
Bcrlinplng. We handle theso goods In largo
quantities, and our prices urn ns low as lothcra
selling same quality ot gooils, send u un
UI.OIIE I'APKIt CO,
nnn agents wanted.
0JJJ pies sent flee by mail, with
lo clear from f.1.00 to tin.uo ner dav. Address
X. II. WHITE, Newnrl , N. J. 4W
QOME THINGS WOKTH KNOWING.
I J A large book, to. I of nood tlilhKS, volunble
secrets, nnd Imiwi .oil Information, mailed for
two stamps. Ailoiess, i,KE & Co., C24, SUih
ac. New Wl:. iiomimw
i GENTS WANTED. A profitable and
j Valid ruspcctnble business for men or women
who have or run make leisure time nnd wish
toeonvertlt Into money. For circulars address
STA1I I.AMI .A WAISK, so lli-ckmun stieet N.
Y, not MW4
nTi niNirs vor fiiei: hv mail "the
E I. A S T I C T II U S S . "
Wrli - at once lo l'OMEI!o
.V CO., "41 llro-jd-noviaiiAv,4w
U '1' O !' II L' S I N E S S !
nut nut out of Courage or Kneigv ! All
neh shrtuld wilto us at once for a good chance
lo make largo wages this Winter, send torour
elr.'Ulars and terms to
I). L, (ICEIINSEY. Pub.,
novisdiwlw Concord, N. II.
LL OUT OF
E M P I, O Y M E N T
can obtain light, respectable and prolltable oc
cupation by wi lling lo 1". o. llox, 5150, Boston,
nSYCHOMANCY, or SOUL CHARM
.1. INfl. How either sex may fascinate and
gain the love and infections of any person they
ehooso Instantly. TldsBlmplu menial aequlre
Ineiit nil ean posiess, free by mull, for .'., to
gether with u MurrlugeOulde, Egptlali Oracle,
Dreams, Hints lo Ladles, Wedding Night shirt,
Ac. AiUeerbook. Address T N ll.LIAM .V Co.,
Pubs., Philadelphia. liuvKiit
RKMARKAI1LE SUCCESS-Onc agent
. made III! In 4 davs, and another IM In s
davs, selling oi'LAN'S Sl'ORY. A perfect
Library of Ailvenlnies uh)ii, and the Wonders
beneuihtlie great oceans. More agents wuiited
rur tills unit the hlstorj ot LIVINOSTONE si
YEARS IN AFRICA. Also our splendid new
lilble, lust ready. Address IIUllllAItl) 1IIIOS.,
PiiWIilieis, r.a Washington street, lloiton.
A NEW THING UNDER tho SUN."
SIXTLEN OIL PA1NTINC1S IN A HOOK!
Never before was such an Idea attempted for
book 1 1 1 u 1 1 1 a 1 1 u 1 1 ; every one who has seen It
pronounces It superb. Mis. Harriet needier
WOMAN IN SACKED HISTORY,
Is a scries of narrallvp sketches drawn from
scriptural, historical, and legendary sources.
Illustrated with SKteen fholce oil Chromos,
lifter paintings bv the most celebrated artists
of the world, giving a lleh and magnlllcant va
riety oi urieniai eosiiiine aim oeamy. .Mrs.
stowe, lu her charming stsle, has written a
book full of Intel est, and without a dull page In
II, which even. If not Illustrated, would sell
lapldly; bid the
IIRILLIANT OIL COLOR PUTTEEs
make II one of the moil unique, original, ami
i-emarkiible books ever offeieiL The pictures.
tf publlilied separatel.v, would readily .sell lor
fieach or:i-', while the entire book, with the
sixteen pictures, together with sumptuous
bindings of the volume, can beluid for oiie-nilh
that amount. The book Is publlilied lu Engllih
and lu Ofimaii. and Is making a tremendous
SLNSATION AMONG AGENTS
and salesmen, because II Is absolutely new and
"has money In II." To get pleasant work and
good pay, send for terms, circulars, Ac., to J. II.
FORI) & CO., New York, lloston, Chicago, San
Francisco, or Cincinnati. novl2diw4w
MIE MAGIC CO.MII.
.sent bv innll to any olio for I. Will
change any colored hair to a permanent black
or blow n and contains no poison. Trade sup
plied at low rates. Addcess, .MAGIC COMI!
CO., Spilngllcld, Mass. novl2dvv4w
170I: COUGHS, COLDS. IIOARSE
J: NES, ond.all THROAT DISEASES, Use
WELLS' CARHOLIC TAHLETS
Put up onl.v In IILUE boxes. A tried und sure
remedy. Sold by Druggists. nov.'iid.twl'V
Y. SAFETY STEAM POWER Co.,
an CORTLANDT ST., NEW YOltK.
superior steam engines and bollcin, by special
machinery nnd duplication ot parts. They are
safe, economical, easily managed and not liable
to derangement. Their combined engine and
holler Is peculiar!) adapted to nil purposes le
qulrliig small power. More than 4i) engines,
lrom 2 to 100 horsepower. In Use. Send for Il
lustrated circulars. octcdAwl2w
' ' "tAMPHORINE." The great iliscov
J cry for the Immediate relief und euro
of Rheumatism. Neuralgia, Sprains, llrulses,
Pains, si rains, stllf Joints, swellings, inttama
tlons minions, catarrh, Ac., Ac. It will not
greaso or stain, nnd for the toilet Is a luxury In
every family. Thousands will and now testify
to Us great merits. Try It. Price per boltle 25
cents. KIT HEN 1IOVT, Prop'r, u Greenwich
stieet, N. Y. novlVdXW4vv
MMIE HIGHEST MEDICAL AUTHOR
1. 1TIES of Eurow say the strongest Tonic.
piirltleriindDeobitriieiii known to the medical
u 01 Id Is
.1 f Ii V II E II A.
It arreet decay of vllnl forces, exhaustion of
the nervous system, restores vigor to the debil
itated blood, removes vesicle obstructions and
ucts dlrecllv on tho Liver und Spleen. Price II
a bottle. JOHN (.KELLOGG, IS Piatt street,
, V. IlOV 12U.VW4W
CJOn SAVED! To meet the
demand of the times the
n.niiKXiT: sewing machine company
have determined to
1! E 1) U C E P II I li E S ,
and will hcieafter sell their C5 Machine for
fir,, and other Mylcs In proiwrtlon.
T 11 I'. V L O R E N C E
Is the only Sewing Machine that feeds the work
backward and forward, or to right and left, ns
the purchaser may prefer. It has been greatly
Improved and slninlltlcd. and Is far better than
any oilier machine In the market.
IT S NOW THE CHEAPEST.
Florence Mass., Nov. 1, 'T3. iiovldAvvtw
FACTS SWORN TO.
Dr. .f. P. l'ltler, being sworn, says ; "I gradu
ated ut the f Diversity ot Pennsylvania In ls33
and alter so years' experience, perfected Dr
Filler's Vegetable Rheumatic Svrun. I guaran
tee It an lufalllable cure for Nerve, Kidney und
Sworn to l his 20th day of April, Istl.
I". A. OS1IOURN. Notary Public,
We clergymen were cured by it, ami will sat
isfy any one w riling us Rev. Thomas Murphy,
D D I rankron, Plilla ; Rev c II Hiving, -Media,
Pa; Rev.l S Hiiclianaii, Chuence, Iowa; Rev ll
(i smith, Plttsford, NY; Rev Joseph lleggs,
falls Church, Phlla ; etc.
The mulcted should write Hr. Fltlor, Phlla.,
for cxnliinatory nainnldbt and iruarautee. era! Is.
reward for 1111 Incurable case, No cure no
thnrge, a reality . sold by all druggists.
SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY
Cures by Its inllil, healing luopeiiles, to which
tho disease yields when the system has been
put lu 1 K l feci older w llli
Dll. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY
which should be taken earnestly to correct
blood nnd sy stem, which are always at fault,
also to net speilllcally. upon the deceased
gtundsot the nose and Its chambers. Caturih
llemi-uy should be applied with
Hi:. PIERCE'S NASAL DOUCHE,
wilh which medicine can bo carried high up
und perfectly applied to nil parts of piis.sages
und chambers In which sores nnd ulcers exist,
mid from which discharge proceed. So suc
cessful has this course ot treatment proven,
that the proprietor otrers t'M lewiird for a case
of "Cold lu Ili-ad" or Catarrh w-hteli he etmnot
cure. The two meillclneswiih Instruments, for
, uy 1111 iiruggisis. 11OV20U.IW eovv 4w
for large Illustrated Price
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
No. Ill), smllhtlcld Street., PlttsUeld, Pa.
Hreech-loadlng shot guns. 140 to 1300. Don
bio shot guns, s to 1150. single guns, f 3 to J2o.
Rllles, js to j;s, Revolvers, ja lu t25. Pistols,
II tot. Gun material, tlsliing tackle. Iairgo
discount to dealers nnd clubs. Army Buns, re
volvers. Ac. boueht or traded for. Goods sent
by express C. o, !, to be examined before jmld
DIxou'b Round Gilt Pencils
.1. are a irood a
aber's Round Gill, some
say bet ter. If no better, they deserv e favor rrom
being an Ameilcan Pencil at lower prices.
They are inudo by tho Joseph Dixon Crucible
Co., Jersey city, N. .1., and wo offer them to tho
iraue ui iiu-ir nei pnce. iry uieiu,
(II.OI1K PAPER CO.
OUR STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
eomiirlsea a full lino of stunlo iroods
flrst-clns paiwrs, folded nnd flat, ruled and
plain, all weights and sizes. Envelopes of all
grades nnd colors, drug, pay, note, letter, oil!
clnl and document, all Ilrst-class goods and
OI.OUE PAPER CO,
VERMONT CENTRAL AND
V LAND RAILROADS.
on and after Monday, Dec, sth, ls;c, imiiis
will I mi us follows, (Sunda) s excepted- -.
OOISO S0VTU AMU EAT.
Leave Rutland ot U:50 and ft:o a. in., and vj li
on d 5:40 p. to.
MAIL. Leave Ogdensburg nt Tito p, in., St.
Albans at t:iO a. in., Uurllngton at Silo a. n,.,
Port Henry ntsnon. in., Rutland at lailDp. in.,
Bellows Fails at 9:30 p. in., arriving at New In
don at f:3i) p. in., connecting with steamer foi
NEW YORK EXI'RESS.-I.euves St Albans ut
8:30 u. in., Iiiirllngton 10:05 a. m., arilvlng in
Rut land ut li:w p. in.
NHllITEXPREss.-IavestUdensburg ot u
in., Montreal 8:3i) p.m., St. Albans T:'W p.m., llui
llngton !):P) p. m Rutland l!:50 a. m., ln-llow-Falls,
3:25o. in. arriving at New London ut 11 '
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Uurllngton al :nu i,
m., arriving In Rutland at M p.m. Leave
Rutland al 3:20 a. in., Mellows) Foils C:S5 a. m
(occominodatlon train), rrivlng ot New Loinlm.
Ut 5:11) p. IB.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Rutland at 5 " ' i i.
for Ilellows Falls and liraltleboro.
Leaves Rutland at 1:43 and 5:40 a. in., and
and 5:05 p. in.
.viAii.. Leaves .left' j.onuon nl 5:u') a. in
Sprliiglleld 8:00 a. in., lloston J:3o o. in., Ileiiovv
l-ulls 11:45., Ituthuid V:30 p. m., for Port Henri ,
Uurllngton, St. Albans, .Montreal und iigjen
EX PRESS Leave Rutland at S:as p, in.,
arriving at Port Henry nt soi p.m., Albans m
11:25 p. in.
NKHIT EXPRESS.-I.eave New Lond n .
'.1:45 p. m., sprlngneld nt :ls p. in., conie-i i .n ,
wilh train leuvliig New Vork ul 3:ou p. in., be
low Falls 11:20 p. in., coimeetliig wilh ii-.u.
leaving lloston ut 6:3o p. m., Rutland l:4.i, l i
lluiilngtoii, St. Albans, Mont teal Ogdcmiiur
and the west.
MIXED TRAIN.-I.eave Rutland al 5: in a. m
, for Iiiirllngton, St. Albans, st. .lulms end u .
I lone. N. Y.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves 1'elloW Falls at 1
, ii. in., arriving In Rutland at i':'jn a. m.
i ACCOMMODATION. Leaves New l.ondni.
. iiliiii.iii,, Ilellows Falls (Mo ii. in., uni.ni i
Iliill.iiiil ut 11:00 p. in.
i nuns leave inirnngion going eusi, rm- .M"
'ller, Ac, ul c.-.v. ii. in., 12:20 p. in. uiel T.'f -
Trains leave Ilellows Falls going in n i.
White River .Inaction, Ac, at s:5n .i. m. .
11:50 n.m., and 5:30 and ll:2i) p. in.
Co.nm.ctions. At Rutland with Reiisn-l.e-i
Saratoga and Harlem Extension Railroads :
Ilellows Falls wilh Cheshire Railroad: al Son.
Vernon with Connecticut River Railroad.
8 fsleeplng cars are attached to night train
botweeii St. Albans nnd Trov, and Durliii ,: i
and lloston. .1. W. lloii.Ml i.
St. Albans. Vt Dee. 4, is:c.
JJARLEM V.XTENSION RAILROAD
CHANG E OI' T I M E
On and after Wednesday, Oct. m, w, , i
will run as follows:
MIXED. Leave Rutland at 8:oo a. in., i
liectlngnt Mute Lino with train for Tmv.
MAIL. Leaves Rutland 9.0o;n. in., and r.
lng close connections nt Chatham 4 (. i.
with trains for New York, Albany, Hudson,
both east and west on II. & A. It. 1!.
MIXED. Leave Rutland at '.'.25 p. m., In I
SUNDAY MILK TRAIN (wilh passeli ,, :
attached!. Leaves Rutland at S.nn n. in.
ARRIVE AT RUTLAND.
Mall, 10.05 p. 1
mixed S.20 p. in
accommodation, l-v -1
Rutland, October 2s. 1ST2.
WHITE, s. 1
niui td vu
E R Il'F'S S A L P.
Know am. Mls, that I have this da b 1
two executions, In my hands, for mil' ii
and dliected tome, to wit:
One la favor ot the National Hank of p.. 111
and the other In favor of Men lit II. ilk i
I'ouiiney, both ogainit t'arrnnu Parker or 1 -tlelon,
In the county of Rutland, nnd issued
from Rutland county com t, septunber 'lei 11 .
A. D. ls"3. upon all the undivided right, file,
and Inteiest of the said debtor Parker, In mil
to the personal estate pet lalnlng to tin initi i
quarry and works, known as the Park, 1. (ol i
Dewey marble quarry and work", sitnit, 1
West Rutland, In the town and sountv ..1 I 1 '
land, including Derricks nnd Hoisting .q.p.n
tu und fixtures; two stone Cutting m ( h
nellng Mnchlnes ; Drills nnd all quail in,
and machinery connected with the (11.11 n . jinl
Mills, nnd shops except what belon.s 1.
real estate, on said piemlies.
Also, all the marble quarried and In 1 ,- I
and about said premises ; also, nil tie in.iM
sawed, and maiiufactureil.or lu proci -s of 11 n
tifucture, Ini-niillng lis aforesaid, all tin
debtor Furrand Parker's Uitirest and 1 it
and to all the personal propeitj iij'ti . .
And the same I shall sell ut pul-ll- - 1 -upon
the said quarry pn raises 111 s.uu .
ituiiani, in sum town 01 iiiiiiiiuo, o:. ,u
day of December, A. I). l;a, ut two ,i iii
the afternoon, to the highest bidder then n 1
satisfy said executions and the oilmis !
fee und charge theieon agreeably t-i l.ivv .
Dated at. said nulla nil nils 211111 11.1 v .,1
ber, A D. lsT3.
vv .vi. .m. i-jr.i.u,
Sherlll of the Couiit.i of Inn! 1
iVSTURE LAND IN PITTS KORD
'or sale or rent. One hundred and tvveni
live acres of line PASTl'RElaiid loeuted one and
one-hulf miles trom l'lttsfoid Village. Addi---orcallon
E. P. HITCHCOCK, under National
Hank of Rutland, Rutland, vt. .mii.i hi
ROVER it RAKER'S 1MPROM D
SHUTTLE AND ELASTIC STI'l'l 11.
S E W I N G M AC1I1 N E S , & c . . a .
All.'. N. M LRlll vMs.
TJltlNTING. Self-Inkln Pcail Pin
X. new and valuable Invention. Everv biis
ness man should haveone. I'l esses anil Oullli -from
tlo upward. Send stump for catalogue- i,r
Presses, Type, Cuts, etc. HOLDING A ( 0., M
Kllby street, lloston.
W PRINTERS AND PUItl.ISHEIts
TlicGLOHE Paper Co., having duple.it
the following articles, ntfer them for -nl, ,'
steam Engine, suitable for running pn'
Rue Curd Press,
smith Hand Press,
One Rule MllerliisMin lilie
And numerous other articles tued In .1 Pi mi
NO. 15 MERCHANTS' TOW .
Iron ami Lead Pipe, PorlablenndStat 11 -n.il I
glues ; Roturv .steam, Force and Ctilei n Pump
Leather nnd ltuhber Helling; Rubber llov 11 1
Packing ; Rubber overcoats, Glovei und M
tens; steam and Water Gauges; Water, st- .
mid Gus Flttlnpi, and Fixtures all kinds. 1 l.,
nnd Soapstone Packing ; Cotton Waste, Plum'
.STEAM, WATER AND OAs F1TTIN'
Done at short notice, and nt prices .ul.ipt, ,1
Rutland, May 1, ls;s. im ult .
JTEAM STONE CU'lTER COMPAN
Sole proprietors and nianufactuiei-. .a 1 1
STONE CHANNELING Olt QUARRY1N'- M
For cutting stone Into various sl.es and dl
IN ALL KINDS Of (UAIIRIEs'.
OIIICE AND SHOTS,
JOHN W. CRAMTYIN, Pre .
GEORGE E. ROYCE, Tri as
CHARLES CLARK, Set v
myl ly geo.j, wardwell, supi
MMIE RUTLAND DAILY AND
J. WEKKl.Y OL01IE, contains nil the lab's!
news, lr:lurttng tho telegrams of tho assoclu' d
press, local correspondence, stnlo news, a
No expense spared In tho editorial department
Advertising rates low, especially for shoit ad
vertlsements. The papers tiro larger nnd con
tain more reading mutter than any other In He
state. GLOME I'Al'ER CO
PRINTING. Anything, from 11 Card t.
a Hook, neatly und promptly execut-'d
Wo havo as good facilities ns nny other est.ib
llshmeiit In the stute. It you need nny Ihlng In
this line, give us a trial. Satisfaction guarati
teed. 0LO1IK PAPER CO
1ANYASSERS WANTED. - Canvasser
j wanted lo canvass ta Addlson.lieiiiiingloii
Rutland and Windsor counties. For paitli-idiii
address Postonico Hox Mo, llutlaiul, 1. s,i
"Ti"HY will you suffer with that cold
when you hao a remedy In Hr Ken
dall's Pectoral Ilalsam that will cure you, 'r,
It, only w cents for largo bottles.
F FENN & CO., Proprietor,
d.twtf No, is, center st . Rutland, '