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RUTLAND, VT., WEDNESDAY MOltNING, SEPTEMBER 6, J 87(5.
VOL. IV NO. 1039.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
MAHIlliE SAWS AND SOKA1' IKON
taken at tho
may4dcodwly ltUTLAND NAIL WOItKS.
USE TIIK RUTLAND NAILS, they
aro flio bes'. Kails Milled or not milled,
as customers prefer.
l'LAIN AND OHNAMENTAL SI.ATU KOOFEIt,
nnd wholesalo dealer In
All Kind ami Colors of Hoofing SMt.
Orders sollcltod and promptly executed.
mJIdsm Address WHITKIIALL, N. .
RUTLAND BOILEK SHOP,
II Mill BTIIONO'S ATKKCS AND U1DI80H STRKKT.
OP ALL KIND3
MADE TO OHDEU
mSLfn E P A I K V. D
'-Vf- SHORT XOTICK.
QUAKKY BOXES, TANKS, SMOKE STACKS,
AND SHEET IllON WOItK.
STB AM J.XD WATXll riPIXQ,
WROUGHT IRON FENCES
Of all descriptions, ifcc., &., etc., tte.
J. W, J. n. HOLMES,
LINCOLN IRON WORKS.
.Marblo Mill and Hoisting Machinery of the
most Improved constriction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings and general ma
stool and Iron Wlro Hope at Manufacturer's
Rutland, Vt May 1, 1SI3. mayldtf
IVciv Family Singer,
essentially THE niachlno for tho household as
IT OH8 KASIKII.
IT RUNS MORE SMOOTHLY,
IT RUNS Mb RE QUIETLY,
IT RUNS MORE RAPIDLY,
TnAN ANY OTHER FIHT-CLASS MACHINE,
BESIDES WHICH, IT IS EASIER TO LEARN,
EASIER TO KEEP IN ORDElt,
AND WILL LAbT LONGER TnAN ANY
It you want to buy a machine,
1IUY THE SINGER.
If you want to try a machine.
TRY THE SINGER.
If you want to trade your machine,
TRADE FOR A SINOER.
We will allow you all your machine Is worth,
tf Wo want two more agents j apply Imme
THE SIUGER MANF'G GO.
NO. 21 MERCHANTS ROW,
0. YV. UICKOK, Agent.
dtw Needle. Oil, i:ic.
TEAM STONE CUTTER COMPANY.
Sola proprietors and manufacturers of tho
STONE CHANNELING OR QUARRYING MA
CHINE, For cutting stono Into various Blzes and dl
IN ALL KINDS OK QUARRIES,
omen and snore,
JOnN W. CRAMTON, rres't,
GEORGE E. ROYCE, TrCOS.
CHARLES CLARK, SeCy.
mayldtf GEO. J. WARDWELL. Supt,
ANSFIELI) & BTIMSON
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS.
MARBLE AND 8LATE MILLS,
Btono Quarrying and Mining Machines. Der
ricks. Hoisting Powers, rumps and I'lpe,
Engines, Hollers and Tanks, Shaft
ing, Fullcys, Gearing, c Car
wheels and Railroad Cast
ings, Trlp-Hammcrs and
Fork Machinery, Circular Faw-Mllls, Water
Wheels, Corn Crackers, &o. Also, Agents
for Judson'a (lovernor, and dealers
la Iron, Stool. Files, I'lpe, Fit
tings, llelting Packing,!
Cotton Waste, &c.
At W. 0. LANDON'S.
BLANK BOOKS MADE TO ORDER,
T allV snoclal pattorn, with and without print
GLOUR FAI'KR CO.
rjllIE MEN WHO ADVERTISE
DAILY AND WEEKLY GLOBE
Or any othor Good Nawspapor
will ssctrai tub
LARGEST T II AD KJ
BAXTER NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITAL, - - - i 1300,000.
II. IIKNUT Baxtib,
II. F. Lontuor,
J. N. Baxter,
T. W. l'AHK,
Gxo. E. Itovcif,
GEO BOB It. IlOTTUU,
J. W. CXAUTOM,
N. T. BrRAQCX, JR.
w. c. DnxroM,
W. C. LAHDOK.
Mado and romltted for at Lowest Rates.
INTEKKBT AIJXJWID OH TIMK PirOSirS,
A general Banking and Exchango business
H. IIKNRT BAXTBB, ITCSt. J. N. BAXTXR, V. TTOSt.
Gbobos It. Bottuv, Cashier.
Q. E T THE
VJiX HO Nl.
FAYS FOB THB
ONE Y B A K .
GLOBE PAPER CO,
Or, loaro your money with the Post Master
or any of ouragonte,
Agent for tho illobo '
II. P. Morgan, Walllngfora.
Herbert Smith, Factory rolnti
II. S. Hard, Arlington.
Geo. Smith, P. M., South Walllngford)
C. O. Plerco. Bast Clarendon.
C. O. Dyer. C. C. Slason, Brando
Dennlson Brothers, I'lttafordJ
Rufu. Holt, Flttsfleld.
K. W. Hyde, Hydo7lllo.
T. K. Horton, Clarendon.
1). P. Poabody, Plttstord.
Wm. S. Aldsn.Mlddlobury.
H. K. spencor. Sutherland Falls.
F. 11. Curpenter, Falrhavea.
Rico k Co., Castloton.
C. .1. GUraoro, Wost Rutland.
L, Johnson, West Pawlot.
0. LclUngwcll. Middle town,
James Rice, Pawlot.
B. F. Parmenter, Mech&nlcivlllol
D. Horton, Mount Holly.
W. W. Ulbbard, roultney.:
P. Ilolton, Danby 4 Corson.
William Pierce, l)anby
B. A. Carter, Benson.
It. W. Goodrich, Wells.
P. II. Robblns, Chester.
A. S. Mahon, Bast Walllngford!
Sherman Brothers, Ludlow.
J, D, Purdy, Manohcitflr.
j. r. jonnson. liuboarton.
lioubcn Whltcomb, Htockbrldge.
W. F. Morso, P. M., Shrewsbury.
8. Sails, Forcstdalo,
R. II. Button, P. it., Carendlsh.
J. c. Sponcei.I'ostmtistor, Bast Clarendon
C. A. Itann, itast Toultney.
M. A. Pond, P. M., Whiting, Tl.
Hiram Shattuck Bristol Tt,
C. F. Meacham. 8orln?nold.
c. c. Nichols. P. M.. Shorehan
o, W. Ross. P. M. Plttstord Quarry.
K. ;. Robinson. P. M PerlclnsTllle.
J. C. Williams, Danby Four Corners.
M G. Brown, Chittenden.
J. W. Marsh, East Dorset.
A. A. Smith, Weston.
J. 11. SpafTord. r. M. Ludlow.
L. w. Ilolden, South Londoaderry.
F. E. Smith, Jamaica.
S. L. spraguo. Woybrldgo.
W. C. LANDON,
(SUCCESSOR TO LANDON 4 HUNTOON.i:
Wholesale and rota!! dealer In
FLOUR, GRAIN, SEEDS,
iartltt'tu'c, Lime, Cement,
PAINTS. OILS, GLASS, IRON,
STEEL, NAILS, &C
LEATHER & RUBBER BELTING
Conner of Freight and Evelyn streets.
The Hest Citler TJneear,
FOR SALE BY
IJAVIS AND OIJIC'riM.
LAKE HURON AND OniO,
For sale by W. C. LANDON. dtw
JOHN W. MASURY & SON'S
Ready-Hade Railroad Colors,
For Uonse Palatine,
d&w " W. C. LANDON
IV ew Goods !
MOnUAX'8 BnOK 8T011K,
to bo sold for cash at
It O T T HI I It I O K 8 i
If you wish anything In tho shoo lino, dont
fall to call nnu cxainiuo guuiur
on now and superior lasta at loweal llvlig
may8dltawfiwly 15 CENTER STREET,
At XV. V. LANDON'S. dW
ALL THE FRUITS OP THB 8EA
ARGE LINE OP
NEW SPRING STYLES.
Coll and examine my stock before pur.
J. W. STEARNS.
MERCHANTS EXCHANGE BLOCK,
Merchants' Row, RUTLAND, VT.
Has Just boen nowly painted from top to bot
tom, remodeled and refurnished, and now has
accommodations unsurpassed by any hotel In
Tho houso Is located opposlto tho depot, and
has long been favorably known by tho travel
will bs supplied with the best tho market
anords, and with all tho luzuurles of the sea
son. The proprietor Is determined that tho Bard
well shall ba the best kept house In tho state,
and hopes to greet all his old friends, as well as
many now ones, promising overy attention that
will add to their comfort and inako thorn fool
J. IV. JItA.HTor, I'roprlotor.
Rutland, July . isn. dw
ON THB EUEOTBAN TLAH.
Coriwr Ining Place and Wh StrtetXeu York. Ont
Bloekrom Union Stuart atul Sroadvaif,'
The most central, and yet qutotost location
In tho city. Convenient to tuo great stores,
theatres and churches. Blovator and all
modern Improvements. Easy access to all
parts of the city by street cars and Btages.
C. B. FERHIN, Prop.
2JUTLAND MONUMENTAL WORKS.
GEO. F. wniTE, Proprietor.
Manufacturer, wholesale and retail dealer In
and all klsds of
wrought from tho choicest grades of Vermont
and Italian marblo, Vermont, Malno, New
Hampshire, Rhodo Island, Massachusetts and
Scotch Granite. I havo for salo over
300 Monuments and Tablets
completed and erected In my yard and ware
rooms, finished expressly for my retail trade.
It Is the largest and most completo stock to bo
fouid anywhere In Now England.
Being desirous of reducing stock prepara
tory to repairing and enlarging my works. I
propose to sell apart or tho wholo of my entire
stock, tor the
NEXT SIXTY DAYS, AT WHOLESALE PRICES
and complete and erect the same in tho follow.
Ing spring, which Is the most favorable scasen
to erect work.
Parties wishing to purchaso first class ceme
tery work will find It for their Interest to visit
ns at an early day, and avail themselves of this
We wilt cheerfully show you the work, and at
prices that defy competition.
Parties Bolcctlng their work from sketches
and designs are often disappointed when tho
work is erected, It does not meet thulr expecta
tions. To obviate any posilblllty of being misled or
docelved, I Invito you to come and select trom
mv Immense Btock all comploto foryour Inspec
tion. SCOTCH GRANITE, STATUARY AND RUSTIC
MONUMENTAL WORK, A SPECIALTY.
Btone cutters' supplies In small or large quan
tities, at low prices tor cash,
All goods guaranteed as represented.
All orders by mall or otherwise, will rocclva
Addross GEO. F, WHITE,
6S and ss West St., Rutland, Vt.
VERMONT LIKE INSURANCE COM
TANY, of BURLINGTON, VERMONT.
This prudently managed Homo Company, la
a f avorl '.9 with lluslncm Men of Vermont.
James R. Uosmer, President! W.I, Gilbert.
Vice-President j Warren Ulbbs. Secretary,
Periodicals, Pamphlets, Rallroadduldcs, Ao.
SPAULDINO H CO'S.,
No, 1 Merchants' row, corner West St.
HORSE It A Iv i; ,
W, a LANDON,
" WYTCH HAZEL" by author of Wide, Wldo
" AC1ISAH, " a new England life study, by
Rov, Peter Pennot.
"ROADSIDE POEMS," for summer travelers,
edited by Lucy Lsrcom.
KEATS " EVE OF ST. AGNES," No. IS, Osgood's
vest pocket scries.
"THE FALL OF THE STEWARTS," by llOV.
K. Ilnlc, M. A. Epochs of History Series.
" GLAD TIDINGS, " sermons by O. L. Moody.
" MEMORIAL" by Charles Stoddard.
In addition to above, wo havo a lnrgo stock of
Miscellaneous, Juvenile and Toy Books.
SPA.ULWBIVG & CO.,
NO. 1 MERCHANTS' ROW.
NEW AND NOVEL.
ivy ncTUiu: coni, also
WIRE AND WORSTED CORDS,
Shades, tassels In White, otc, etc,
SPAULDING & CO.,
No. 1 Merchants' Row.
EUIIBER RINGS for FRUIT JARS,
SPAULDISG & CO'S.
PICTURE FRAMING of all kinds
Cull and boo our new patterns. All work
dono In tho best manner, by
,1)1 NO & CO.
No. l Merchants' Row.
A UTHOR1ZED VISITORS' GUIDE
x. to the Centenntal Exhibition and Phila
delphia! iho only ono sold on tho exhibition
grounds ; 23 and 73 cents. Philadelphia and Its
environs Illustrated. Hosion Illustrated, tc,
Sl'AULDING it CO'S,
No 1 Merchants' Row.
gUbatttt ami Ercy.
MUHl'IIY AM) LISCOMB,
Successors to Wm, Tllllnghast,
SPERM, WHALE, ELEPHANT AND LA ED
MACHINERY AND SIGNAL OILS,
ARGAND OIL, ISO" FIRE TEST,
Spermaceti and Sperm Candles,
OFFICE No. 13 HUDSON AVE.,
KL19A1I W. MUlinlT.l
OBI.ANHO 1'. LISC0MS j
ALBANY, IV. V,
ALEXANDER GREER'S SONS,
Manufacturers of and Jobbers In
TOBACCO, SXUFF AND CIGARS,
No. 822 BROADWAY
Albany, IV. X.
BACON, STICKNEYB & CO.,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
CREAM TARTAR, MUSTARD, &c.
37 & 39 Dean & 1 Exchange Stroct,
ALBANY, N. Y.
Tho Fall Term will begin on Wednesday,
August 23d, 1S76.
J. S. SPAULDINO.
Barro, August 1, 1ST0. 3dw3w
jyIDDLEBURY GRADED SCHOOL.
Fall term will commenco Monday, Aug. ssth.
Opportunities aro given for Instruction in tho
Normal. Classical, High School, Grammar
School nnd Musical departments. For partlcu
lars, apply to the rrlnclpal,
nuglidSwSw C. D. MEAD,
jgURR & BURTON SEMINARY,
The Fall Term begins
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3D, 1S70.
There aro threo courses of study with largo
classes In tho Classics and also In English. The
best advantages for music offered by any
school In tho state. Music course twenty-six
lossons. Pianos all new. Sixty dollars a year
aid to young men nttlng for tho ministry. For
catalogue sond to tho Principal.
II. H. SHAW.
Manchoator, Vt.. Feb. 187. Jy'.4dtf4;ww
fTMlOY CONFERENCE ACADEMY',
JL POULTNEY, Vt.
First class commercial course. Good advant.
ases In muMo and painting. Thorough In
college preparatory studies. A Ann school for
both girls and boys. Bull term begins August
30th, isro. For catalogues or information, ad
dress tho Principal,
REV. MARTIN E. CADY.
Julyudw3ra Poultney, Vt,
RANDON GRADED SCHOOL.
Tho fall term of this school will commence
on Monday, tho 4th of September, under tho
charge of J, H. Cllly, principal, atslsted by
competent and experienced teachers. Ample
facilities for Instruction will bo afforded In all
tho departments of study, and special atten
tion will be given those preparing to teach.
Ktudrnls from abroad aro cordially invited
to attend Good opportunities for board and
rooms. Per order of committee.
Brandon, Aug. 21, 1910. auj23dl2dw2w
YER'S CATHARTIC PILLS,
FOR ALL TUE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY
Dysentery, Foul Slom
ach and Breath, Ery
Headache. Plies, Erup
tions and Skin Dis
eases, Liver Complaint,
Tetter. Tumors nnd
Salt Rheum. Worms,
(lout, Neuralgia, as a Dinner rill, and Purify
ing tho blood, are the most congenial purga
tlvo yet perfected. Their effects abundantly
show how much thoy excel all other pills. They
arosafo and ploasant to tako, powerful to euro.
They purgo out tho foul humors of thi blood j
stlmulato tho sluggish or disordered organ Into
action i and they Impart health and tone to
tho wholo bel ng. Thoy euro not only the every
day complaints of everybody, but formidable
and dangerous diseases. Most skillful physi
cians, most eminent clergymen, nnd our best
citizens, send certificates of cures performed
and of groat boncflts they havo derlvod from
these pills. Thoy nro tho safest and best
physio for children, because mild as well as ef
fectual. Being sugar coated, they aro easy to"
take j and being purely vegotable, thoy are en
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
Sold by all druggists and doalers in medicine.
UW W. 0, LANDON.
FKOM A GENTLEMAN KNOWN AND HON
ORED FROM THE ATLANTIC TO
Mcs3ra.WEKKS & Pottkb, Wholesale Drug
gist Boston, most i Gentlemen I havo lor
months felt It a duty that I owed to suffering
Immunity to wrlto you, tatlng tho great bene
fit 1 havo derived from tho uso of Sanfokd'h
Radical Cuiie tun CATtmm, For morotlinn
20 years I havo been mulcted with this very
troublesome complaint. I havo tried all the
remedies that I could find, but without mate
rial or permanent benellt. Last fall tho ills
easo had arrived at thatstato that I must havo
relief or die. Tho entire nicmbranoui system
hadbecomoso Inflamed, and Iho stomncli so
disordered, that It was n doubtful matter
whether I could go to tho Paclllo coast, or If I
did go whether I should live to coma back or
not. I saw an advertisement of this medicine,
am although being very incredulous about
specifics or nostrums of nny kind, yet In sheer
desperation 1 tried this, and at onco was bene
fitted by It. Tho changes of climate, a chronic
dlsea:o of tho liver, and my age over TO may
prevent my entlro restoration, but tho benellt I
derlvo from its dally uso Is to mo invaluable,
and I am hoping to bo completely cured, and
at last arrlvo at a respectable old uge.
If this statement of my caso can baofnny
servlco to thoso aflllcted as 1 havo been, and
enable you to bring this remedy Into moro gi n
ernl use, especially on tho 1'aclllc const (whero
It Is much needed), ray object In writing thl
note will bo attained. Very truly yours.
HENRY WEI.I.S. of Wells. Fargo Co.
Aurora, N, Y June, 1970.
IT Is with tho greatest plcasuro that wo pro
sont to tho public this hearty endorsement
of HANioan's Radical Clt.k i oi: Catakuii, by
Henry Wells, esq., of Wells, Fargo A Co.'s ex
press. The position this gentleman has for so
many years occupied In our business world,
and ospeclally In connection with tho develop
men tot that golden country, tho Pacific coast,
has mado his narno known nnd respected
throughout tho land. His earnest desire that
thoso who know him, and aro sufferers from
this disease, may bo Induced to uso It, wo trust
may he gratliled. 'I hoso who do not snow him
(and they nre fow) must now bo convinced of
tho great valuo of this remedy. It Is beyond
all question tho most successful ever com
pounded for tho treatment of Catarrh. It Is
prescribed by our best physicians. It is rccoin
'mended by our leading apothecaries, and testi
monials from nil parts of tho United States
attest liio esteem in which It Is hold by tho
thousands who havo been enabled by Its uso to
escape the frightful consequences that follow a
total neglect of t his prevalent disease.
SANFORD'S RADICAL-CURE FORCATAKRII
Is a safe, certain nnd permanent euro for
Catarrh of every form, and Is tho most perfect
remedy ever devised. It Is purely a vegetable
distillation nnd Is applied locally by Insuffla
tion, nnd constitutionally by Internal adminis
tration. Locally applied relief Is Instantane
ous. It soothes, heals nnd cleanses the nasal
passages of every feeling of heaviness, ob
struction, dullness or dlzr.ints3. Constitution
ally administered It renovates tho blood, purl
lies it of tho acid poison wl tli which It Is al was s
charged in Catarrh, Btlmulatos tho Btomach.
liver and blood, and permits tho formallon of
Bound, healthy tissues, and llnally obtains
completo control over tho disease. Thorcnark
able curatlvo powers, when all other remedies
utterly fall, of Santord's Radical cure, aro at
tested by thousands who gratefully recom
mend It to fellow-sufferers. No statement Is
made regarding Itthatcannotbo substantiated
by tho most respectable and rellablo refer
ences. Each pack-ago contains Dr. Sanford's Im
proved Inhaling Tube, nnd lull directions for
Its uo In all cases Price l oo. For salo by all
wholcsalo ana retnll druggists throughout tho
United States. WEEKS s. POTTER, general
agents and wholesale druggists, Boston, Mass.
AN Electro-Galvanic Battery, combined with
tho celebrated Medicated Porous Plaster,
forming tho giundest curatlvo agent In tho
world of medicine, and utterly surpassing all
other Plasters herctororo In use. They accom
plish moro In ono week than the old Piasters In
a whole year. Tncy do not palliate, they cure.
For Local Pains, Lameness, Soreness, Weak
ness Numbness and lutlamatlon of tho Lungs,
Liver, Kidneys, Spleen, Bowels, Bladder, Heart
and Muscles, aro equal to un army of doctors
and acres of plants nud shrub.
Price 25ccnts. SoldbynlldrurgUts. Mailed
on receipt of price. 25 cents ror one. $1.25 for
six, or.!. 25 fortweUo, cnretully wrapped and
warrahted, by WEEKS & POTTER, proprietors,
Boston, Mass. augldwtm
WntrUcs ana wflry.
MARSHALL & CADY
(havo their usual largo stock of
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
SILVER AND PLATED WAIVE,
and wo;cr.n sell It
VERY CAE A I1 FOR CASH.
lirCaU and seo us.
NO. 1 MERCHANTS' ROW,;
mw guttnmt grtity Mt
WEDNESDAY, SEl'i'E.MHKR 0, 187(3.
Wettorn Union Toloeraph Offlca.
Office In south end of passenger depot, on
Merchant s' Row. Open on Sunday from 9.00 to
to.oon, ra and 0.00 to 0.00 p. m and from 9.00
p. ra open night and day throughout tho
Arrival and Departure of Tralni.
TKAI.SS ARIUVS AT HUTLAItn.
From neliowiiU'allH, 9.oo a. in.. '2 01 fiOiltp.m.
" Burlington '11:00 a.m., 0 30 p.m., c 9 as
" Tlcondoroga, "ll:00 a. m., via C, V. R. II.
" Bonnlngton, 1:15 & 'lliOJa. m.,4:3oe tsuo
" Saratoga, '12 15 p, m 4; T:41 p. tn.
' Sali'in, 11:00 (t 'a-00 v. tn.
,' Tort Henry, 12:45 and 7,45 p. in.
TIU1N4 LRAVft I1UT1.AND,
Ifor Belloss Falls, t4:10 and '11:40 a.m., A 13:30
11 Bmllngton, 1:20 tc.03 a.m.. '2:C5 4 4 S3 ;,m
" Tlconduroga, 2:20 p. m., via C. V. I!. II.
" llennlngion, 'twio c ll:cs a. ui 12:lu A 10:CO
" Saratoga, 9:1.1 a. m., "3.oo p. ta.
" S uiu.i, b:4D, a. in., '3:15 p. ni.
" Ton Uonry, ".45 a. in., and 3.C0 p. m.
Mall Train tMlxeJ
Harlem Extension way, 9.30 p. in.
Eastern way, 11.411 n. m,
Troy way, 2.00 p. m.
Troy, 10.15 a. m., 2.00 3. 15 and 9.S0 p. tn.
Albany, 10.45 a. m., 2.01) and 9.30 p. m,
l(o:) ton, U.io a. in., and 9.30 p. u.
Canada, 2.10 and 9.30 p. ni,
Northern way, 2.10 p. in.
Burlington, 2.10 ami 9.30 p. m.
Saratoga way, 3. 15 and 9.30 p. in.
Nov York, 10.45 a. m.,2.tr.,and.30 p. m.
Connecticut River way, 9.30 p. tn.
Woodstock way, (Stage) 1.3U p. m.
Chittenden, l.so p. at.
Stockbrlilgo(stago), 1:30 p. rn.
Bonnlngton, 9.30 nnd lo.co n. m.
West Rutland, 2.00, 3.45 and 9.3J p. in.
Harlem Extension wny, 11.55 a. n.
Eastern way, 2.25 p. in.
Troy way, 14.10 ntul 9.15 p. in.
Troy, 12.00 in., 10.15 11. in., and 1.30 a. m.
Albany, 12.00 m. nnd 9.00 p. m.
Boston, 11.00 a. in., 12.11O m., and 2.25 p. tn.
Canadas, lo.co p. tn.
Northern way, 11.00 n. m.
Burlington, 10.00 p. m. and 11.00 a. m.
Saratoga way, I2.u0 m.
Now York, l.so and 11,55 a, m., 12.50 m and
10.15 p. m.
Jonnoctlcut River way, 8.50 p. m.
Bonnlngton, 11.55 a. hi. nndo.3u p. tn.
Woodstock way, (stage) 12.00 ta.
Stockbrldgo (stage), 12:00 m.
West Rutland, 12.00 in , 9.00 and 10 15 p. m.
IVMallswlll be promptly cloiort at tho snecl-
fled hour; all letters deposited In tho street
xcswlll be collected at 9.15 and 11.10 a. m.t
.30,2.15,4.00 and last collection for all nigh
malls, at 9.00 p. m. All letters deposited In the
Letter Box at tho Depot will bo collected by
Routo Agents flvo mlnutos previous to tho do,
Political Facts for tho People.
l'V.uow- Citizens : Tho golden oppor
lunily of tho American pcoplo is now rap
Idly approaching, r.nd it vtill soon have
passed away. Every freeman will be called
upon to choose and tlctermlno whom ho is
willing to havo to reprefect, to govern nnd
direct for himself nnd nil others, the pub
lic affairs of his country. It is of vital
importance for tho futuro welfare and des
tiny of our counlry that men of sound
principles, acknowledged ability, und,
nbovo all, of unlmpeachablo integrity and
patriotism, bo selected to fill every olllco of
trust or profit, throughout our land. Seo
to it, Ycrmouters, that tho idllucncc as well
as tho votes of Vermont are fully given to
aid and eupport tho election of the beat
mon. Good able, honest men, aro what
our country wants and tands much in
cccd of at all times, for puVlic robbery and
corruption staulk nbroad through the land,
while tho lienor and character of many gov
ernment olllciala are being swept away,
and they Etind before tho public mind as
nothing choit ol criminals. Indeed, it is
questionable whether many public ofilcers
in tho United Slates have ever possessed
such a raio jewel as honor or character!
The wliolesalo robbery of many of our
government ofilcers is on ever visible blot
nnd Btiin upon tho honor and high stand
ing of our country iu the eyes of all 'civ
ilized nations. It h a shame to the Amer
ican peoplo that such dirty work is allowed
to go on at all times ! No matter who was
president at the time, nor what party were
in power, wo find that always, ever sluro
the government is In operation, official dis
honesty and corruption have also been
prominent In public affairs. Such evils aro
tho moft dangerous and repugnant that
havo ever infected the alfairs of tho gov
ernment. They must be dono away with,
or tlso the republican form of government
will crutnblo to tho dust and ruin will be
It must be admitted that a great number
of offices nnd stations aro Oiled at every
election by men of tho worst kind men
whose actions and motives nro for picking
poor Uncle Sam's pocket. Hut vte flint
that Uncle Sam is opening, his eyes a liltle
wider, that he begins to find out that thobo
whom ho had always supposed to bo his
best and most trustworthy friends, are In
reality nothing more nor less than the mean
est set of pickpockets and thieves, who
have robbed him in broad daylight right
before his cyea !
Nor i3 public robbery confined solely to
the depattmentsot the United Stales gov
ernment. But we think it can safely said,
that many ot tho ofilces in school districts,
villlagcp, towns, counties, cities and states
iu all part3 of tho union, nro occupied very
oficu by mon whoso principles work and
aim , nro to abuso the trusts reposed
in them, and to fill their own pockets with
tho public monoy,if they can in any way get
a grab at it ("salary gratr'or anything else.)
What difTeronco docs it make, whether a
man rolB nnd defrauds tho town or statu
or (whether) ho docs tho tamo becauo bo
is nccrctary of war ? Tho princlpio is the
same in both instances, but tbo clauso or
opportunity is not likely to be as good for
a "jiooil haul" or grab in tho first m it u
in tho last instance. Hut ono h just as
corrupt as tho other, only tho secretary of
war hai a better opportunity, and you nro
ceitalnly nwaio that "opportunity often
makes tho thief."
Such a thing as robbery of tho public
money, it is said, la quito common ever
among tho green hills of Vermont, nnd if
the saying is not true, then why do wo bear
so much complaining, and reports of rob
bery nnd fraud in public offices at all times?
Tliero must ba some ground for tho com
plants nnd very often much tiulh.
It can not bo doubted but that many of.
flees nre filled by good, honest, intelligent
men who know their duty and endeavor to
perform thu samens far as they understand
It. Thoy aro an honor their country and
reflect heat credit upon those who havo
supported their election by their votes or
otherwlso. Yet why can wo not place
moro such men In olllco ? I.ct every man
every voter resolvo to do so this fall, for
upon that very point tho futuro prosperity
and duration of our beloved couutty great,
In tho presidential campaign, this fall it
seems to bo qulto evident that tho demo
cratic presses aro Intending to make great
uso of the fact that corruption nnd robbery,
losses tn tho government, havo been going
on under Grain's administration, They
never forget to wall over Uelknap'a llab
cock's and all other olllclal defraudcra of
thu government, nnd rarely fall In attribut
ing every fraudulent transaction ever com
mitted by such to tho republican party.
There is nothing no much tnlkod and writ
ten about at tho present time In nil parts of
tho country, particularly by tho dcruocratla
party, aa tuo frauds and corruptions attend
ing Grant's administrations. Wero nny
person to liclievu nil tho thrash, lies that
havo been heaped upon tho present admin
lstralloii. ho could never retain 11 particle
ot faith In the government, but would nat
urally enough suppose that bankruptcy and
ruin woald have been Iho inevitable conse
quenccfl of such a corrupt administration,
long before this I And now tho democratic
cry from nil quarters Is "reform ! reform 1"
1'hey say "let us havo a change tor the bet
ter by e'ectlng Tllden and Hendricks, nn a
"reform platlorm. They tell us that "any
thing for a chaago promises thu country
moro prosperity than (Irnnt'n administra
tion ; for, they pay, "it can bo no wone "
Can Lc 110 worse t Yea it can nnd will be
worso If the tleuiocrala nro successful in
electing their candidates this fall, worso
than it ever yet lias been since tho govern
front was in existence.
It Tllden bo elected his "reform" will be
brought nbout in this manner. All tho
honest Rail capable men now running the
government inach'iicry will bo "kicked out"
of office, nnd in their places Jlr. Tildcn
will bring In tho compound clement of
which his "great reform" ia composed.
Tho democrats never fail in attributing the
panic nnd depressions in business circles,
as proceeding directly from frauds and cor
ruptions in the administration of public af
fairs; from the (Hoots of republican prin
ciples being carried out in thoafTalrs of the
.Many of them never stop to think of the
injur!ou results following in the train of
ono of the most terrible civil wars upon
record, It teems that they have never cal
culated nor Imagined the vast amount of
money for which the government is to sink
into debt for, in order to defray the ex
pensej nnd carry on to a successful isue,
such n war, by maintaining anil providing
for millions of soldiers, organizing one of
the most powerful navies in tho world. A
mighty army was kept in the field for about
fonr years ; to say nothing of tho confeder
ate armies which were like tho union ar
mies, mostly supplied by Ihe productions
of tills country. We should also add to the
nbove the lerriblo destruction of properly
of nil kinds throughout tho southern slates.
For about four years tho men who had
heretofore planted and harvested our fields
who used to supply tho greatest part of
our productions of all kinds were put un
der nrms and must ba provided for by the
government. The greater put of tho men
who supplied tho nation Willi bread were
cent south to fight tho battles of their conn
try. Agricultural pursuits, which had oc
cupied the m!nd3 of thoso millions of sol-
dicrs, were tct aside, r.nd war, civil war
lalten up in their place !
Now, such things must havo helped very
much In bringing the late panic ta our
doors ; while public and private extrava
gance In dress, iu living, and fashions,
styles, high notions, etc., together with the
enormous amount of foreign manufactures
nnd productions of nil kinds necessary to
sustain this false pride and high living of
fashionable society must have done its share
anil a lull slnre too, in paralizlng tho busi
ness resources of our country. The great
amount of money paid every year to for
eign countries for such stuffs and things,
which we can easily afford to do without,
must bo making us poorer and poorer all
along while encircling other countries.
What wonder is it therefore under such
circumstances, that business becomes life
less and deprisead? What else could rea
sonably be expected to follow in tho tear
of such a train, Irat panic nnd hard times !
The war of Itself was enough to cause a
panic to follow when peace was restored ;
for such aro the fruits of war in all ages.
We had a panic after tho war of 181U.
Read tho history of any nation and you
will find that hard times and business de
pression are the inevitable results of all
wais, for they most (.hvaya follow iu their
train. In war times men are worso than
idling away their time, for they destroy
cities, villages, and often everything which
comes in their wny. I'robably tl.cy aro
justified in so doing, but if propel ty bo
destroyed wo must sulTer sonio in Its de
struction, for.propcrty has much to do with
tho business and properties of n nation.
Now we find that the war brought ou the
panic, but other extravagance and specu
lations helped to prolong its existence.
Tho Democrats accuse Grunt and the Re
publicans of bringing about tbo hard times,
but wo find that it was tho war and other
causes that brought tho wolf to our doors.
War brought us the panic. Who brought
tho war nbout? Who too, but the Demo
cratic party? They began tho war by firing
upon old Sumpter at Itast it was their
spirit their principles and hobbies carried
to nil tho perfection they nre capable of
It follows that the state rights policy and
secession spirit of tho democratic party
were the cause of tho war and the wnr in
time brought the panic and hard time about.
And now tho democrats accuse the repub.
licaus nnd tho pieeeni admihlstiation of
bringing the business dcpiessions nbont by
public corruptions nnd policies I They havo
tho impudence and audacity to tell tho
American peoplo that they must linvo a
"chance," anything for a change no
matter if Its Jeff Divis, even ho would bo
heller than Grant I
They tell us that we must throw tho re
publican party 0crb0.1nl and tako I lie dem
ocratic in Its placo to run the government
affaire, in order to keep tho union float.
They tell us wo must not longer dare to
trust tho United Suites government In the
hands of the lepublicans ; a l aity that has
saved thu country from (ailing Into the
hands of the oppnsers of human liberty and
equal rights to all nun bstoro tho law a
party that has struck tho shackles from
four millions of slaves and set them free,
by a desperate stiuggle against an armed
Shall wo allow this party, that has done
so much for us, to le put out nf power and
succeeded by tho demucrntic party a par
ty that has dono Its best to ruin the wholo
country? No, never! lays every loyal
American heart in tho union.
Thu democratic press is doing the repub.
licans and Grant's admlnlstrution a gross
injustice in reporting that tho present gov
eminent officials nro tho most dishonest, in
capable, and corrupt that have ever held of
fices. And, indeed, eoinu republicans will
say tho samo ; but a few facts which we
noticed in a weekly paper tho other day,
will prove to bo every intelligent man that
such nsiertiona havo net a patticlo ot truth
in them. 'I ho facts just retencd to aro Iho
following: Thu authorities of tho treasury
department at Washington havo just print
ed some tablets, at the request of the Sen.
ate, which show tho losses which tho gov
ernment has suffered from fraud, robbtrlea
nnd failings of iinfnllliful oflleiuls, during
tho last forty years. Tim tablets arc made
up in two parts. Tho first is thu losses
which havo occurred from ollleial unfaith
fulness and called net loss ; tho second part
contains Iho losses that have taken place
through tho transactions (?) transactions
of finance, tho great borrowings, etc.,
which our governratnt la obliged to carry
on, and which aro called gross loss.
Tho following tablet is according to this
plan of computing ;
.Jminitratin. Sttl.cn Groin .on
m (1000 ciijlix-o
Jackson, (last term) II. '.s ls.r,-
Vati Buren (Florida war).... V6 19 21,15
Harrison and Tyler H.4U 10.37
l'olk , 10 35 8.34
Taylor and I'lllmore H 8J 7.1H
I'lerce (Mexican war) n.Q 5.si
Buchanan S.7I ct t)3
Lincoln (rebellion) V.i'7 1,41
and Johnson I. K! 4s
Grant 1st term 1X9 40
id term 1.01 21
Now whero Is tho honest democtnt In
Vermont, that will read tho nbovo facts
tho olllclal icport ot tho treasury depart
ment, and still say that the present n jmln.
ist ration is tho most corrupt, dishonest and
incanablo that l as ever been exercised lu
tho United States. Surely, no intelligent
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