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THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1876.
Concluded from First Page.
christian heart good ! It would liftvo re
newed your strength and courage further
to prosecute your disinterested nmlbonovo
lent work of insulin? the lives of husbands
for the benefit of their wives, In such n
manner ns to conllnuo to command Iho con
fidence nnd the auppo.t of tlio company.
I complain ol you for slandering nnd cal
umniating my dead husband, by Imputing
to him the grossest fraud and deception,
nnd by nllepjlng a "congenital malforma
tion or defect" on his part, of such n na
lure that Kb Investigation Involves a public
exposure of Iho most dellcnto and private
clrcumstnticrs appertaining to married life,
and which allegation you liaTo sought to
custaln solely hy tulmisuoM mado to you
by him, after ho Is In his grave and cannot
contradict you, in lespect to thoso pre
tended admissions. I complain of you for
compelling mo to abandon the pleasant and
coinlortnblo littlo home in this city, eo
long enjoyed by us, In order that 1 might
receive the rout or income from it where
with to procure bread for myself and chil
dren. And, finally, I still further complain of
you and your liberal and honorable compa
ny, for executing the threat under which
you diovo my enfeebled nnd distracted
husband into relinquishing the policy and
employing your great wealth and power to
compel me to use up In litigation the small
icmnant of property lett to me, when I
make the nttempt to cblnin redress for the
wrong and Injustice which yo.u have prac
ticed upon me. Mauy h. Stu.nuu..
Yonkeiis, June 23, 1870.
I would state that as the administrator ol
Mr. Stllwcll, and on behalf of Jlra. Stil
well, I called upon Mr. Fnyctto 1'. Urown
a day or two after Iho publication of his
statement in The Yonlcrs Statennan, and
aked him if he would innko nn ailldwit to
tho truth of the matters "Contained in it,
ana mat he rcluscu to do so.
VoHUT.ns, June 29, 1870.
mi:, iioyt's aitidavit.
t'itu of Yonkers. Count of 11'estrlte.iter,
Anson li. Iloyt, being duly sworn, dolh
denoso and av that deoonent was well
and Intimately acquainted with tho late
John M. Stilwell, ot Yonkers, almost from
his infancy until his death; that deponent
on tho 23ih day of October, 18C0, insured
tho said Stllwcll in tho North America
company, of which Ueponqnt was then an
agent, in the sum of ton thousand dollais,
for the benefit of tho wife of tho said Stll
wcll ; that tho said Stilwell was, at tho
lime of the issulnrr of the said policy, In
good health and physical condition, and
contiuued In such condition down until tho
first day ot .luuc, 1875, tho time of the
commencement of his last Illness ; that de
ponent never know or suspected that tho
said Stilwell was laboring under the In.
llrmity now imputed to hlinj on tbu con
trary, deponent of his own knowledge
knows that said imputation is entirely false
and destituto of tho least foundation in
truth or In fact. Deponent further says
that be knew of tho transaction of the sur
render of the said policy and tho issuing of
tlio now one by tlie mutual insurance com
panv at the time it took place, and that de
ponent strongly advised the Slid Stllwcll
and remonstrntrd against tho act, assuiins
tho said Stllwcll that his former policy
was entirely safe under all circumstances.
but that Fayette P. Brown would listen to
no objection or refusal, but continued his
importunities until tliojsaid Stllwcll yield
ed his consent j that tho said Brown caufed
Dr. J. Foster Jenkins, the medical exam-
iner of tho Mutual, to go to the storo of
tlio sam btuweii to mane ills examination,
and that the said Drown himself eanied
tlio policy, when it was issued, to Slilwell's
store, and there tlelivered it to htm.
Anson U. Hoyt,
Sworn to before me this third day of
July, 18'C. KnwAi'.n 1. liAir.n,
Uity Judge ot lookers.
Tlio American l'coplc
No people in the world suiter so much
with Dyspepsia ns Ameiicans. Although
years of experience in medicine bad failed
to acecompltsh a certnin nnd sure remedy
for this disease and its effects, such as
Sour Stomach, Heart-burn. Wntcr-braeb,
Sick Headache, Costiveness, palpitation of
the Heart, Liver Uomplalnts, coining up ol
tlio food, low spirits, general debility, etc.,
yet since the introduction of Urcen's Ad
oust Flowki: we believe there is no case of
Dyspepsia that cannot be immediately re
Ueved. 30,000 dozen sold last year without
one case of fniluro reported. Go to your
drugaist, Albert W. Hlgginsj alsolllco &
uo., uastleton, ami Ij. Kellosc, l'lurunvcn.
and get a sample bottle for 10 cents nnd
try it, Two doses will relieve you. Ilcg
nlar size 75 cents. tUfcw
Diagram showing tho location of the
Vermont headquarters' building, ou tho
Centennial grounds, Philadelphia.
To avoid tlio danger ot Infection, tho linen ot
persons tunrin;r trom fckln diseases ot a con
iaglous nature should bo washed with Glenn's
sulphur soap, which is not only a remedy but a
Hill's Instantaneous Hair l)yo contains no
metallic poison, iw
John Cain, agent of tho Vermont mu
ttial and otlier companies. Gfllco under
tho town hall. dibw
(Si 1 O
A DAY AT HOME. AgenU
P X wanted, outnt and terms frre. THUS
t;u.. Autumn, jnainu. maritiKwiy
HUIlHAliD only sells CHOICE All
TICLlJSln ever lino.
TF YOU WISH ANYTHING NICE'
X 10 TO
TO 20 PEH DAY AT HOME.
JitolllDlra worth f 1 frpfl. RTINKDN . I!fl .
Portland. Maine. mnv3rt4wlv
A very desirable Dwelling llouso, barn nnd
estate, .0. s1) drove street, vtilago ot Rutland,
t.,on Saturday, July audi. i8?o, ut two o'clock
p. m,,onthopr;mlsc3, will positlvoiy bo Hold
to thu Highest b dder. This c.tate, consisting
of lot, dwelling hou-o, shed and bam, located
lu an excellent neighborhood ana on one- or the
plensantest Urcets In tho village Tho build
ings nr nit thoroughly constructed and In cood
repair. Tno houso ti furnished with furnace
open graro, for wood or coal, gas, water, bath
room, marblo mantles, door and window
screens, doublo windows, c., and possesses all
tho Improvements portalnlngto an elegant nnd
Tho barn, suxio, giving ample carrbgo room,
has been recently built, has cellar under It
Is furnished with gas and water, nnd la In nil
lOJBoetH convenient and doslrable. All tho
building aro covered with Blatu roo'a. The
drains nnd dralnago la and about tho premises
nroperrect. In fact, this Is a raro opportunity
to purcliaso ono ot the most desirable places In
The gas fixtures, carpels nnd other articles
of turnituro will bo sold Immediately after Hit
sale of thu premises,
Terrns-fsoo down at tlrno ot sale, nnd the
balance, cash or approved paper on delivery of
For further particulars loqulro ot Hon, John
1'rout, or ot tho undersigned!
., , , t'lIAHI.ES F. ADAMS,
ltutland, t., July c, jmo. Administrator,
4tf ! i rain m ;
31 i sr
PHO IIOIVO PUBffilCO.
Tho sworn returns of Sowing Machines manu
factured during 1875, bavo Just been banded to
us. and below wo subjoin them for the Infor
mation of tbo public.
SEWING MACHINE SALES
The Slider Munf'ar Co. sold !M,85!i
Wheeler & Wilson Manf'g Co. " 103,740
ItcmliiKtonSewlnif Machine Co. " 25,110
nowo jwacmne- uo, icsiimnicai xo.wiu
Weed Sewing Machlno Co., " 21,993
Domestic xowlhffllnchlno Co.. " 21.452
Oroor Baker b. M. Co. (cst'd) " 15 000
Amerlcanli.il. Ac, s.M. Co " 14,40a
(iold Medal sowing Machlno t'o, " H,s2
Wilson Sowing Muehlno Co, " .tos
Victor Sewing Mnrhlno Co. " 0,103
riorenco Sowing Machlno Co. " 4,502
J. Jl. Ilraunsdorff jcco., (.Kina) " 1,417
SccorSunlng Machlno Co., " 1,307
NCKay s. Ji. Association. i&i
THE SINGER MANF'G CO.
NO. 21 MERCHANTS K0W,
JOHN L. BHADY', Aobnt.
Pianos 8c Organs
WE desire to call 6n . ial attention to
these Celebrated Instruments, unsur
passed by any manufactured In tho world. The
w'eber l'lano, with Its full sweet tone, delicate
action, and beautifully ilnlshcd case, la as It
The Favorite Amour Musicians.
Any one In nurchaslnir a llrat-cUsa nlano.
should not fall to sco tho Weber. Kor youhnve
but to see It an 1 hear It, to be convinced that
It Is tho best l'lano In tho market. Come to our
storo and seo our splendid assortment of
George Woods' Organs.
Orirans with beautiful solo &tons. small nrcrnna.
and orcans of irreat nower: nrtrn.iiswith ihn
brilliant piano stop, somethlngnew In this part
ui uuuuuy ; unmans 01 an prices come ana
see them como and buy them, for they will
innke sweet music In your homes.
Wo wish to call tho attention ot the public to
tho fact, that wo now have on hand a larger
stock ol Instruments than Is often seen outsfdo
of cities. Besldo tho Instruments already
uiuiiuuuuu, vu imu u lare uuinuer 01 pianos,
ultima mm meiuueuus, wnicn wo can recom
mend In the blchcst oeeree. Send fnr rnt.a.
logues, terms, or uny Information which wo
can give, and you find us ever ready to serve
MeCLSJKE & HALL,
Dealers In Pianos and Organs,
MUTUAL EXCHANGE DLOCK, S WKST ST.
SKA A SECOND HAND
Lf J . Melodcon, two full sets of Heeds
riano style or caso cheap a uirt. Terms to
At the lowest prices and easiest terms of pay
ment of any organ In tho market, 3, u and 15
per month and upward.
at very low prices and easy terms. Old Instru
ments taken. Kvcry Instrument warranted,
and every customer guaranteed satisfaction.
GEOUOK Q. DAY,
'AN8EIELD & STIMBON
FOUNDUY AND MACHINE WOKES.
MA'HBLE AND SLATE MILLS,
Stono Quarrying and Mining Machine. Del
ij ricks. Hoisting Powers, Pumps and Mpe,
Engines. Hollers and Tanks, Shaft
ing, Pulleys, Gearing, c Car
Wheels and ltallroadCast
Ings, Trlp-IIammers and
Fork Machinery, circular Haw.MUlSy trattr
i iiccio, bum rituKere, o. Also, jLgasui
for Judson'a Governor, and detiltrs
In Iron, steel, Kilos, Pipe, PIV
tings, lleltmg I'ackfng.
Cotton Waste, &c.
3TEA1I STONE CUTTER COMPANY.
Bole proprlotora iaJ maaufactureni of tho
STONE CHANNELING OH QUAHKYINU MA.
ror cutting stone Into various sttei ana dt.
IN ALL KINDS OF CiUAKRlRS.
ornox iho snorc
JOHN W. CKAMTON, ITOS't.
(1KOIK1K E. ItOYCK, Treas.
CHAltLES CLAHK, Hoe'y.
GEO. J. WAHDW1SLL, Supt,
P HINTING. Anything trom a Card to
a Hook, noatly and promptly executed.
Wo have as good facilities as any other estate
Pihment tn tho state, it you need anything In
this i line, glvo us a trial. Satisfaction trunran
nUlllB PAPKR (X)
rpENEMENTS TO LET.
Will bo rontod low to good tenants. In-
d" N. ALLEN & BON.
JADIES1, MISSES and OHlLDREKTffl
WIIITU KID SI.IITIUIM.
At O. W. CUBRIEIfR.
No. S7 Merchants" Etrw,
iidy ssrarai? XX
ropcrty by calling at "l iir Sibk olo Drov
log same, ana paylnfor thl"ad?ertK0PnU
HUSKJHnY.t"e 0II0I0E8T CON-
Sitm nna Kin Wnn.
Dunn & Cramton
J0BBBR9 AND DKA1.IKS IN
HOT Allt EUltNAOES,
TIN, GLASS & WOODEN WARE,
PATENT U11AN1TK UWX WAltK,
Dover Verticul Ifiroilcr,
HOUSE FIJRMSIIIVf; GOODS,
HIIID AND StiUIUHEL CAGES,
ICE CHISELS, PICKS AND TONOS,
Wflter Coolers, FAv..
ALSO, THE NEW
BefSure untH.SccIitflieforcyou Iluy
Emphatically the best and most boautltul
Lawn Mower la tho World.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Tho pecallt T construction ot this Trap is
suclias teeutlco tbe Fly to Us euro prison,
and licUd K there. It is perfectly made.
Next, tidy tad durable Don't fall to pro
12 aUfdlH XERCHANTS'IROW.
g.nifljs una IftUfliciufs.
BEYOND A DOUBT,
That our friends WILL cross" tho street, to
trado with m It wo AUK on tho wrong sldo.
They llnd us supplied with tho samo doslrablo
stock of goods we used to show ou tbo
HcmI Side ol' the Street.
lvoplo will trado whero they can find
THE BEST GOODS AND J'UICES.
Keep your eyes open for
XEW Alliums OF N0VKLTIES,
In all our departments.
And. by tho way. thu lUshlnc seasnn la nn.
pruauuiug, bo (five us a can and examine our
IMMENSE STOCK OP
E'r SUING TACKLE.
ALBERT W. HIGGINS,
mo. us nn:ituiiANx.v now,
N. 11. Tho nbovo advertisement In rnnv.
righted, and persona Infringing on tho samo
will bo dealt with according to law.
Utf A. W. HIGGINS.
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That tho country may realize tho possibilities
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as In times past, advocato tho principles and
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ana weekly circulation exceed that of any other
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clrculatlonot thiidillyls equal to that of any
other dally In Vermont ; tho circulation of Tuk
Wekklv UI.OUR Is much larger Hum the combined
circulation 0 all the other xaeklu ncmpapcr in
ltutland county and Is inoro than one-halt
larger than that ot any other weekly Journal In
western Vermont. Advertisers make a note of
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Opinions of tho Press.
From the many complimentary noticca
that the press ot tho stnto hnvo Recorded
us, we select a few from those that wo have
been lavored with :
From Uie ncllomi Fall Times.
Tho ItuUund Globe 13 an enterprising newspa
per, thoroughly allvo to tho times, lively ecll-
It Is a good Vermont paper, and as wo aro to
this j ear, It will bo 11 good time to have It.
Tbo Globe Is a first-class New England dally,
u. ii.(.uiji.im mini, umi Hutmuu nnu mo statu
may well bo proud of it. it has moro matter
that Interests Vermont? rs than any other New
dally paper they will rind It In tho Rutland
From the fit. Johnnburv CnleilaninnA
Tho Uhle Is a large, handsome and newsy
fi-Vorl the Vermont. VitAnr.
Tho Globe has nchle ed an cnvlablo reputa
tion In tho stato us an outspoken. Independent
republican Journal, nnd ono which shows moro
entcrprlso in Its nows department than any
other Vermont dally,
From the Woodrtoek Standards
Tho Rutland Daily lllobels ono of tho most
vuiurpnaiug uauies outBiaooi tno cities.
I From the Cambridge (.V. 1.) Tost.
Tho ltutland Globe l.f nun nr Dm frtt. ot.
chances received at this onice. it is a won
edited and newsy sheet, creditable to Rutland
UUU IL3 UUUU13.
fl-'rom the Ttmninnton Gaiene.i
Tho Globe, taken all In all, is ono of the best
dallies which comes to our sanctum. As a dally
From the Arnut anit Pntrtnt
Tho Rutland Globe gives moro reading matter
Foom the Ludloie GarelteA
Now Is tho tlrno to subscribe for tho Rutland
vim ul-bv i'iiult mu wustBiaooi tno moun
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have ono ot tho best (If not tho best) annnlntnd
Plank Hook manufactories In tbo state. Kvcry.
tuinK is huit uuu iu t;uuu uiiuuo, uuu wo uavo 1
man lu charm of It who understands the busi
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SHTON'S AND ONONDAGA
At W. V, LANDON'H.
White, for tlio Iliimnii 1'nuillr.
Yellow, for Ilamoa nnd Anhnalx.
Thcso Liniments aro simply tho wonde
ot tho world. Their effects nro littlo
less than marvellous, yet there aro somo things
which they will not do. They will not euro
cancer or mend broken bones, but they will
always allay pain. They bavo straightened
lingers, cured chronto rheumatism of many
years standing, and taken tho pain from terri
ble burns and scalds, which has never bcon
done hy any other article
Tlio AVliI to I.lnliiicnt Isfortho human
family. It will drlvo Ithcumatlsm, Sciatica
and Neuralgia from tho system j cure Lumbago
Chilblains, Palsy, Itch, and most Cutaneous
Eruptions; It extracts frost from :rozcn bands
and feet, and tho poison ot bites and stings of
venomous reptiles ; It subdues swellings, and
alleviates pain of every kind.
For sprains or bruises It Is tho most potent
remedy ever discovered. Tho Centaur Lini
ment Is used with grcNt efficacy for Soro
Throat, Toothache, Caked Ilrcastj,Earacho and
Weak Back. Tho following Is but a samplo of
numerous testimonials : .
Indiana Home. Jeff. Co.. Ind.. May 21. 18T3.
I think Itmy duty to Inform you that 1 have
suffered mucn with swollen feet and chords. I
have not been ireo from thcso swellings In
clcrht Years. Now I am nerfoctlv well, thnnka
to tho Centaur Liniment. Tho Liniment ought
lu uu upiuieu wurui. uknjamin dhown.
Tho proof Is In the trial. It Is reliable, it Is
bandy, It is cheap, and ovcry family Bhould
To tho sick and bed-ridden, tho halt and
lame, to tho wounded and sore, wo say "Como
nnd be healed."
To tho poor and distressed who havo Bpcnt
their money for worthless medicines, a bottlo
ot centaur Liniment will bo given without
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
Is adapted to tho tough muscles, cords nnd
flesh, ot horses and animals. It has performed
moro wonderful cures ot Spavin, Strain, Wind
galls. Scratches, Sweeny, and general Lame
ness, than all other remedies In existence.
Head what the great Expressmen say of It :
New Yoke. January 1S74.
Kvfrv owner of horses fhould irlvo tho Cen
taur Liniment a trial. Wc consider It tho best
article) ever used in our stauics
II. MAHSII, Supt. Adam3 Ex. Stables, N. Y.
K. I'lTII Z. Sunt. U. 8. Kx. btables. N. Y.
ALUKHT S. OL1N, Supt. Nat Kx. Stables.N.Y.
Montgomery. Ala.. Auc. 17. 1874.
Gentlemen I havo used over ono gross of
Centaur Liniment, yellow wrapper, on ;tho
mules of my plantation, besides dozens ot the
family Liniment for my negroes. I want to
nuichise It at tho wholesale nrlce. and will
thank you to ship mo by Savannah steamer
ono gross ot each kind. Messrs. A.T. Stewart
Co., will pay your mil ou presentation.
Kcspecttully, James Dakbow.
Tho best patrons ot this Liniment aro Farri
ers and Veterinary Surgeons. It heals Galls,
Wounds ana l'oll-evll, removes Swellings, and
Is worth mliltons ot dollars to Farmers, Livery
men, Stock-growers. Sheep-ratsers, and thoso
having boises or cattlo. What a Farrier can
not do for $20 tho Centaur Liniment will do at
a trilling cost.
These Liniments aro warranted by tho pro
prlctors and a bottlo will bo given to any Far
rier or Physician who desires to test them.
Laboratory of J. B. Hose & Co.,
40 Det St., New York.
Is a pleasant and perfect substitute, In all
cases, for Castor Oil. Castorla Is the result ot
an old Physician's effort to produce.for his own
practice, an cffectlvo cathartic, pleasant to the
tnste and free from griping.
Dr. Samuel Pitcher, of Hyannls, Mass., suc
ceeded In combining, without tho use ot alco
hol, a purgatlvo agent as pleasnnt to take as
honoy, nnd which possesses all the deslrablo
properties of Castor Oil.
It is adapted to all ages, but Is especially re
commended to mothers as a reliable remedy
for all disorders ot tho stomach anil bowels of
children. It Is certain, agreeable, absolutely
harmless, and cheap. It should bo used for
wind colic, sour stomach, worms, costiveness,
croup, etc., then children can havo sleep and
mothers may rest.
J. II. Rose & Co., of 48 Dey Street, New York,
aro the solo preparers of Castorla, alter Dr.
Pitcher's recipe. ,
ot all kinds done In a
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tho Constitutional Oatahku Rkiikot.
MRS, k. J, flanui;ks.
Manchester, N. n., Feb. 1871.
ll,uw 1 r!?l! INVrTI.t" HoM nil nnli-.
gists.- sold In Rutland by Francis i'onn-
BOOTS & SHOES
HOOTS AND SHOES.
At No, 8, Ncrcnants' Row Rutland, Vermont.
W. E. I10SS. 'f
UE MEN WHO ADVEHTIBK
DAILY AND VKEKLY GLOBE
Or any other Good Newspaper)
will Bictrai Tin
A full sunnlv of BRICK conatantlvnn lurnl
at John Mclntyre's Brick yard, (food mer
chantable brick delivered on the cars or. In
Rutland village, at 17.00 per thousand,
1ENT11AL VEHJIONT ItAILHOAll
HU5IMIIK AKItAHOEf'l- ST
On and after Monday, July i'4h. ''(d.tralil
win run as ionown, launuayscx' pi
ooiiia sourn akd ka 't.
Leava Rutland forllellnws Yuh a' ' iti a 11I
iv:io and j:30 p. m. For Bciiiiii-"1 r . no I
1:015 a, in.. 2:10 and 9:W p. rn.
MAIL--I.oavea ltutland at 6:4 fnr M ti
Bennington nnd Now lork, viu '1 uri a
non Springs and Chatham.
raaatwiBB tkaio i.envi nn- n " i
m. lor 1 e owh Ka 1. IMun. . w i-ondml
spnnirnciii and New York.
M.Mij.--i;aTo St. Aiiiats nr 7 n r t 1 r 11
ington at b:'m a. la., Tlcondi roua
urriTioir at ituuana nr 11:10 11. n 1 11 im
land 12:10 p. m., for Boston, Hrlnj," idNiwl
EAl'HthS Leavoltu Innl 11 (j. n m Inr nrl
ioik via norm iienningtuu and ir
i-Aa3i.nui.u iiiAiw u'ae nur n-T n ooi
i. m coniiocuntr w in trains tr nn 5 . . i. .
and St. Albans, arriving In Htnhir.d u' c c n
MiAsu lUAiw i,nao nut land 2,10 . 11 tor
Bennington and Intermediate Ft itt.tn ,
MIXED TRAIN. Leutea Ktltli.nn r.r r .1,1 n . I
for Bellows Falli and Brattl -be-n.
Plltllll l- Arith-HS lavettiffif-- m r at 11 11,
n.m. Montreal 11:1 0p.m.,st. All 1, u. ..Iiur. i
ltngton 7:20 p. m., Rutland 11-ui 1 f , n w
York via North vennlrigton 1 adit
Loaves Rutland at 1:20 and c.01 a.,. ..
and 4:33 p.m.
EXPRKSS MAII-I'aV(fSe.-. t md- in r,.(M
.. m., wrrlngfluld S:00 n. tn., !!'- t 7 a m
Bellows Fallsll'S0a.m,Tro 1 - , ,
Ilennlncton 8:40 n. m.. ltutl li.'I 2 -..i . r
Tlconderoa, Burlington, St. All M 1 1 ,,i
isxi'KKSS Leaves new mi- '
North Bennington 2 11 p.m., M r
p.m., ituiiauu -i'fiu p m,, xur aunu . u t
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves . V -i ' 1
f. m.,la Troy nnd North Hi 1 u
and l:!o tor Burlington, St. Alb.i , )u
Ogdensburg nnd tho west.
juiXKU TiiAiN Leaves lit nn a a c-ioai
MIXED TRAIN. Leaven Heiiowava . i '0
a. m., arriving In Rutland at 9:i a. t d
commodatton Train at fcfio p. 1.1. , a 1 up i
Ru land at 0.15 p. m.
Jiixuu TKA1N l-eavcn P.' r.n ar' ' p.
m., .Manchester t:l.'i p, in., - 1 t, p.
tn . arriving In Rutland 8:40 v. 1. .
TrMns leavo Burlington going f
pcllcr, fie, at ":3o a. in., 12:10 p. 1 ,,
-iruinu leave isi uows r ails r '
Wblto River Junction, Ac, at .11-20 s
ii:oi a.m., anu c.dj nna ii:'iy p. m.
IlfSlecnlny earn n.rn at.tfiehi rt , 11
between bt. Albans and New V r,ni.
litawing room cars on uav cpre-1 ,' .ins be
tween St. Albans and New York.
j. w. uoisAi.i', aep'i mjpt.
Bt. Albana. Vt July 8, isto.
Embraces under ono manaion:'1!)'
trunk railway lines of the W 1 ai.a
and, with ti numerous branehe 1
Hons, forms the shortest and qulc t.
tween Chicago and all points In It
consln, Northern Mlchlgnn, Minr
Nebraska, calltornla and the u
r iBf .
r ute l -i,-,V.
I V a,
iTI T em-
Onialm and Cnlllomla I.I 110
Is tho shortest and best routi ur u'l coin tn
northern Illinois, Iowa, Dakota. bia k,Vr
omlng, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, I an iriuj, Or
egon, China, Japan, and AuMr.ilh.. l's
Ohlcngo, ?Inulf.ii nna St. I'atil I.U10
Is the short lino for northern Wisconsin and
Minnesota, and for Madison, r - tin -apolls,Uuluth
and all points 1 tne ar u.t n irtn-
tVllionll nnd M. I'ctcr I.lnc
Is tho only routo for Winona, R01 h owa
tonna. Mankato, St. I'ctcr, Nn. I im, "OaJ
points In southern nnd ctutr.il Minn "a. is
(jrceii Slay mid Mnrrjuctlc I.tnn
Is tho only lino for Janesvllle, Wntort uvt ti 1 ond
Du Lac, osbkosb, Appletnn, Grc d L '1 an
nba, Ncgaunec, Murquelt', HuMgnic . nan
cock, and tho Lako Superior couniij, I
Frceiiort mid Jutiiftiio S.I110
Is tho only routo for Elgin, R01 1 ford, Fre port,
and all points via Freeport. P
C'lilcntro and .Till vii!::c 1 11, c
Is the old Lako Shore route, ana Is the onl v o, 0
passing through Evanston, Lulv F -.t 1 iJi
land Park, Waukegan, Racli. iivr ha '0 Mil
waukee. Pullman I'alncc : ara
are run on all through trains or t ,.
This Is tho only lino running w . ru be
tween Chicago and St raul, Cnn . u ima Mil
waukee, or Chicago and Winona.
At Omaha our Sleepers connc ' v Mil the
Overland sleepers on iho I ' m P- ic r 11
road for all points west 01 the V i-iun river.
On tho arrival of tho train it' ia the East or
South, tho tratns of tho CM n--o tid North
western railway Leavo Chicago ' Mih w :
t or council uiuih, omuh.i in u .ii ' nia
Two through trains dally, with V- ..nun 1
Drawlncr ltonm and Hleenintr
rs -ar 1
For St. Paul nnd MlnneanolH, T
trains dally.wltu Pullman Pal. c
on both trains
For Green Bay and lake Sup' r. -r.
dally, with Pullman Palace 1 i.r- ai
running through to Marquef 1'-.
For Milwaukee, Four ihroiu'h t
rullmon cars on night train i,pi '
on day trains.
For Snarta and Winona and DC'ri
sota, One through train dalij, wr.h luuaun
sleepers iu ivinuna.
For Dubuque, via Freeport, mo tbrr"?u
trains dally, with Ptillmaneur8 on nn,h tro'ns.
For Dubuqun and Lacrosse. Mat ante n, n o
'through trains daily, with Puliman cai 3 on
night train to McGregor, lown.
r'or Sioux City and Yankton, Two truln3
dally. Pullman cars to Mis-.ourl Vu ' y Junc
tion. For Lake Geneva, Four trains dally.
For Rockford, Sterling, KenosL Janevn,c,
and other points, you can have from 1 . u tt, ' en
New Y'ork office, No, 415 Bron-lway ; B :,ton
onice, No. 5 !-tato etnet: Oni.iha ofilcc, 25o
Farnham street; San Fi-unrt 0 on , l-il
Montgomery street! Chicago ticket ofi'i : i
Clark street, under bherunn h' "s : c i-ner
Canal and Madison strecib; Kin. a i.iuiai
pot, corner W. Klnzlo and C'annl s'r ts ; ells
street depot, coiner Wells and Klnzlo str.'ets.
For rates or Information not attainable from
your homo ticket agents, apply to
MARVIN HI t.IHTT,
Cien. sup fhli ago.
W. H. STENNETT,
Gen. Pass, As't., Chicago. J1! 2
DEL. & HUDSON UARAL GO.
On and after Monday, Man h srtn, trains will
run as follows (Sundays excepted.':
GOING SOUTH FROM RCTLANI) VIA
10.00 a.m. EXPRKSS, arrivi at P lit" aac
' l.top. in., Troy -K-n. n ., any
2.20 p. m. ,
U, 13 p. in, MAIL, for all st "In ' c'r
nects at Ti'- .ib'1 a tu y v .1
sleeping cai t nun tor N k.
SOUTH, VIA RUTLAND A!ln. ,1'cN
5,00 n. ill. EXPltl'.S.s. airlv 1 ui Trox 0
Albany 10.S0 u. in., V . . ku,:.s
J.aOii.tiii.MAlLstops at nil sf..n. r rfl,
S W. DUlston, nrriv. s at i'r c
P. m Albany c.4i p. in.
FOR PORT HENRY, PI-VTTMll 1H-H, R' 't SFS
POINT ANU M0NTR1L, MA. YvUUt.
td.OO a.m. MAIL, stops at 11P statu
Chainplalu DivKU-n, x ur
TI., a'rlvo at Piatt.vi" 1 1 1
m.. Rouses Point 4.. , t , u a
Montreal ".00 p. iu
11.15 p. 111. For Port lfenr .iri' 1 t
stations. Arrtte . at l 1 li. 11 4
7.30 p. m.
In addition to tno obovo tho fell v in , '1 .mi
LEAVB Wlim ilAI I
T.00 u. 111. F.XPKUSS, arrives at Si In ' .0
D.S5 a, in., Troy uv 0 u, hi., A uy
10.10 a. in.
10, 'JO p.m. NEW YORK EXPftKSS. ' m '
car train.) Arrives nt Tn . 5ii
m., Albany 1 CO a. in., aud lv w
FROM ALBANY". VIA SUSU.IEUANNA
For tho west and southwest.
1 a 3
a. m. r. . r. k.
9 15 3.00 C.CO
Nos. 1 and 3 havo Drawing Room Cars attach
ed for Btnghamton. No. 6 accommodation to
Through tickets may bo procured ar tbo
Company's Ticket onice, Union l)cpot,Rutlaud,
and at all prlnclpalatatlons.
C. F. YOI NG,
8. E. Mato. Gen'l Ticket Agent, dtt
GUT X II K 15 K S 'i' .
10,000 Words nnd Meanings not In other Dic
tionaries. ,000 Kngra vmcs; 1S40 Pages Quarto,
Webster now u glorious it leaves notbttigto
he desired. Pres. Raymond, Vassar Col
leso Every scholar knows tho value ot tho work.
W. II. Prcscott, th Iil'itorian.
Believe It to bo the most, perfect dictionary ot
the language, Dr. J, G. Holland,
C upertor In most respects to any othor knnw n
hoBtnndard authority for printing In this
I offlce. A. 11. Clapp, oov.'t Printer,
Excels all others tn giving anu defining eclon
tltlo terms. president Hitchcock.
Remarkable compendium of human know ledgo
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