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VOL. IY-NO. 10G3.
Diagram showing the location of tho
Vermont headquarters' building, on tho
Centennial grounds, Philadelphia.
TITAHBLE SAWS AND SCRAP IKON
jltjl taken at tuo
may4dcodwly RUTLAND NAIL WORKS,
USE THE RUTLAND NAILS, they
arothobes'. Nails Milled or not milled,
H uuatuuicia liiuier. niliyaueuuwwiy
P. REDFIELD KENDALL,
ATTORNET-AT-LAW AND SOLICITOR IN
has nmoved to room No. 11, Putnam A-Saw
yers diock, iiutiana, vt. BcptlSdJw
RUTLAND BOILER SHOP,
1INEU STRONG'S AVENCK AND MADISON STREET,
01' ALL KINDS
MADE TO ORDER
QUARRY BOXES, TANKS, SMOKESTACKS,
AND SHEET IRON WORK.
8TXJ.it AND WATER PI r ISO,
WROUGHT IRON FENCES
Of all deicripttons, &c., te., c, tfce.
J. w. & j. n. holmes,
LINCOLN IRON WORKS.
Marble Mill and Hoisting Machinery ot the
most Improved constriction. Dorrfcks and
numplng machinery, castings and general mn-
" a'&el n'a'iron Wlro Rope at Manufacturer's
Rutland, Vt., May 1, 13T3. mayldtf
IV. WEEKS &. HON,
01 all grades trom 6c to 8.00 per roll.
LARGE LINE 01'
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN
Housekeepers aro Invited to call' In andlex
amine our Btylos,
We Show our Goods with Pleasure.
Also can show you a full lino ol
NO. 10 MERCHANTS' ROW.
OATABHU OF 33 VKAItH STAND-
With Dropping" 111 Throat Alnlmt
t Choking, nonallelic, i'iiiiinn
SUouldora, Iluck mid Kidney
and Untlro llronulng Down
of tho Nyitom by
Constitutional Catarrh Remedy,
resldedat Ilenntker, and am a native ot yoare,
this state. 1 Havo had Catarrh twenty-nve
years, ever since I was nineteen years old : nao.
It all the time. It run all that period, and
Bights It would nil up and drop down In my
tooar., causiug aieuiiDgoi cuoKiut,', umn
vonld spring up In bed to save myself from
trantrulatlon. It affected mv head so that 1
Hit eontusod, and was troubled with sovcre
mtftaacnos at- lutcrvuis, tor awecK at a iiinu. i
m.ma kaA Dllns In Shoulders, bank nnil kldncvs.
from which I surterod Immensely, So bad wero
tutr, that a year ago last summer I was obliged
(a lit In bed most of the tlmo tor three months.
f k.vA tried All kinds nt Bnuff and f!nt.nrrh
medtea with no particular bencnt. and con
sulted pnysici&us. i utiiw iaj iuku iuu l;osti
mnvlt. niTlUHIT IlKUKDV last AU?UHt.. 1
ktgan to grow better before finishing the first
kolcu. I am low on tho third bottle. My Ca
t.rrh i. ,Miriri mv health Is restored. 1 have
tf Bains, aches or cough. My whole i system Is
.X.n..r .w. i think it Is this medicine that
has rescued mo from Intense Buffering and
almost the ravo. I am now able to do the
hardest work and bear the greatest oipasure,
aid feel that I cannot Bay too much In favor ol
US CONSTITUTIONAL UATAUBH JW""I;
MRS. B. J. FLANDERS,
Manchester, N. II., Feb. 1811.
PRICE ! PER BOTTLE. Sold by all Drug
l ifpL1 '
Wliy Is It?
That steam 's used ns a rropolllng power, car
rying one quickly firm ono place to another,
Instead ot tno old-fashioned stago coach7
Why Is It?
That electricity Is tisod to moro quickly trans-
mil, measures irom point to pom , tcaaoi
tho slower main
Why Is It?
THAT THE IMPROVED
SINGER SEWING MACHINE
builds far in advance of nil othors in
LIGHT RUNNING. EASE OF OPER
ATI ON, DURABILITY, RANGE
OF WORK and AM'T of SALES.
Fortho last wo answer, beennso nf Its Nim.
PI.ICITV. because nf Its tmvlni? eaeli nnrt
every bcirlni? mmln nf hivrflnnnrt fitpel. nnrl
perfectly adjustable, so that all wear and lost
iuuuuu can casuy oo mKen up. in rango or
work (as wo are prepared to demonstrate, even
to our competitors) the "SINGER" stands un.
rivaled, lu number ot sales FAR AHBAD (as
vuvj uat ui emus siiuwj, jiccausu or its
TRUE MERITS NLY,
People havo confidence In a machine that liaB
stood the many testa that havo been gl en to
iuu --airtuiiH" in ycaiB past.
ITS POPULARITY in tho HOUSE
HOLD is UNQUESTIONED.
Ladles! Do not bo "Apent led" Intnhnvlncr
hard running machines, Mid machines you do
not want, uui in all caaes try tuo liuut
RUNNING "SINGER" before purchasing,
Needles, oil andattaenments ken t constantly
on hand, omco No. 21 Merchants' Row, Hut
THE SINGER IvIANF'G GO.
O. W. HICKOK, Aobot. d&w
gTEAM STONE CUTTER COMPANY.
Solo proprietors and manufacturers of tho
STONE CHANNELING OR QUARRYING MA
For cuttlnrr Btono Into varlons slioa and dl.
IN ALL KINDS OF QUARRIES,
orricB and snors,
JOHN W. CRAMTON, Pres't.
GEORGE E. ROYCE. Treos.
CHARLES CLARK, Seo'y.
mayldtf GEO. J. W UtDWELL. Supt.
ANSFIELD & STIM80N
MARBLE AND SLATE MILLS,
Stone Quarrying and Mining Machines. Dcr-
ricKB. Hoisting rowers, rumps ana ripe,
Engines, Hollers and Tanks, bhaft
lng, l'ulleys, Gearing, &c, Car
wheels and Railroad Cost
ings, Trlp-Hammers and
Fork Machinery, circular Saw-Mills, Water
wneeis, orn i;racKers, c. Also, Agents
for Judson's Governor, and dealers
In Iron, steel, Flics, 1'lpe, Fit
tings. Belting Packing, ,
Cotton Waste, 4c.
UE'f T II U BEST,
10.000 Words and Mcanlnira not In other Dic
tionaries, s.ooo Engravings; 1340 Pages Quarto,
Webster now Is glorious it leaves nothing to
bo desired. Pres. Raymond, Vassor Col
Evory scholar knows tho valuo of tho work,
W. U. Prescott, tho Historian.
Believe It to bo the most perfect dictionary ol
the language. Dr. J. G. Holland.
Superior In most respects to any other known
to mo. George P. Marsh.
The standard authority for printing In this
onico. A. U. Clapp, Qov.'t Printer.
Excels an otners in giving ana aenning scien
tific terms. President Hitchcock.
Remarkable compendium ot human knowlodge
W. 8, Clark, Pres.'t Ag. College.
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To the sooo Illustrations heretofore In Web-
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tour pages ui
engraved expressly tor the work, at largo ex
National Pictorial Dictionary.
1010 Pages Octavo, too Engravings. Price
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tiib sales of Webster's Dictionaries UiroUrh
out tho country in 1873 wero 20 times as large at
the sales ot any other Dictionaries. In proof ol
this we win send to any person, on application,
the statements ot more than loo Booksellers,
trora every section of the coustry.
l UOUBUGU uyu.au. auwilllAm, oprinKueiu
milE RUTLAND DAILY AND
JL WEEKLY GLOBE, contains all tho latest
news, Including tho telegrams ot tno associated
RreBS, local correspondence, biuio nuwn. ox,
o expense spared In the editorial department.
Advertising rates low, especially for short ad.
vcrtlseraeiitfl. The papers are largor and con
tain more reading matter than any other In the
BLANK BOOKS MADE TO ORDER,
To anv special pattern, with and without print
KLOHB PAl-ait CO.
rjlUE MEN WHO ADVERTISE
DAILY AND WEEKLY GLOBE
Or any other Good Newspaper)
Has Just been nowly painted from top to bot
tom, remodeled and refurnished, and now has
accommodations unsurpassed by any hotol In
Tho houso Is located opposite tho depot, and
has long been favorably known by tho travel
will bo supplied with tho best tho markot
affords, and with all tho luxuurlcs ot tho Ben
son. Tho proprietor Is determined that tho Bard
well shall be tho best kept houso lu tho Btate,
and hopes to greet all his old friends, a3 well as
many new ones, promising ovcry attention that
will add to their comfort and mako them feel
J. V. OKAia't'O.'V, I'roprlolor,
Rutland, July 31, 1676. d&w
BAXTER NATIONAL BANK,
II. niNnr Haxteu,
H. V. Lorniior,
J. N. Baxter,
T. W. l'AHX,
GEO. E. Rovch,
GXOROX R. BOTTCM,
.1. W. CRAMTON,
N. T. SntAucn, Ju.
W. O. DUNTON,
W. C. Laiidon.
Mado and remitted for at Lowest Rates.
INTEREST ALLOWED OH TIMK PErOSITS.
A general Banking and Exchange business
H. nENBT BAXTXB, TrCSt. J. N. BAXT3R, V. Prost.
GXOIMIB It. Borrry. Caahlor.
To Suit the Times.
$1.50 Per 100 Gquaro Foet.
S3 Cents Por 100 Squ3.ro Foot.
has. P. Harris & o.
GEORGE E. CLARK, Superintendent.
Manufacturers and Dealers In Building Ma
FURNACE STREET, Rutland, Vt.
JUTLAND MONUMENTAL WORKS.
GEO. v. white, proprietor.
Manufacturer, wholesale and retail dealer In '
and all kinds ot
wrought from tho choicest grades of Vermont
and Italian marble, Vermont, Maine, New
Hampshire, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and
Scotch Granite. I havo for ealo over
300 Monuments and Tablets
completed and erected in my yard and ware
room?, ilnlshed expressly for my retail trade.
It Is the largest and most complete stock to be
found anywhere lu New England.
Being desirous ot reducing Btock prepara
tory to repairing and enlarging my works, I
propose to sell a part or the wholo of my entire
stock, for the
NEXT SIXTY DAYS, AT WHOLESALE PRICES
and complete ana erect the same in tho follow
ing spring, which Is the most favorable soasen
to erect work.
Partlos wlKhlnir to purchase first class ccrao-
tery work will find It for their Interest to lslt
us at an early day, and avail themselves ot this
We will cheerfully show you the work, and at
prices that doty competition.
Parties selecting their work from sketches
and designs aro often disappointed when the
work Is crectod, It docs not meet their expecta
tions. To obviate any possibility of being misled or
deceived. 1 Invito you to come and select trom
mv Immense Block all completo for your Inspec
SCOTCH GRANITE, STATUARY AND RUSTIC
MONUMENTAL WORK, A SPECIALTY.
Btono cutters' supplies In small or large quan
tities, at low prices for cash.
All goods guaranteed as represented.
All orders by mall or otherwise, will receive
Address GEO. F. WHITE,
6 and 83 Webt St., Rutland, Vt.
" at SPAULDING 6 CO'S.,
No, 1 Merchants' Row, corner West St.
RUTLAND, VT., AVEDNESDAY MOliNING, OCTOBER 1, 187G.
" WYTCH HAZEL" by author of Wide, Wldo
"ACHSAH," a new England life study, by
Rev. Peter Peunot.
"ROADSIDE l'OEMH, " for summer travelers,
edited by Lucy I.tircom.
KEATS "EVE OF ST. AGNK?," No. IS, Oigood'3
vt-Bt pocket series.
"THE FALL OF THE STEWARTS," by Rov.
E. Hale, M. A. Epochs of History Series.
" GLAD TIDINGS, " sermons by D. L. Moody.
" MEMORIAL by Charles Stoddard.
In addition to above, wo havo a largo stock ol
Miscellaneous, Juvcnlio and Toy Books.
SPAULWIIVW & CO.,
NO. 1 MERCHANTS' ROW.
NEW AND NOVEL.
lvr riCTtnn cour, also
WIRE AND WORSTED CORDS,
Shades, tassels In White, etc., etc,
SPAULDING & CO.,
No, 1 Merchants' Row.
JUBBER RINGS for FRUIT JARS,
PICTURE FRAMING of nil kinds
Call and seo our new pnttcrrs. All work
aono In tho best manner, by
No.l Merchants' Row.
AUTHORIZED VISITORS' GUIDE
to the Centennial Exhibition and Phila
delphia j tho only ono Bold on tho exhibition
grounds ; 25 and 79 cents. Philadelphia aid Its
environs Illustrated, lloston Illustrated, 4c,
SPAULDING & CO'S,
No. l Merchants' Row.
MUItl'JIY A XI) LISCOJIH,
Succesors to Wm, Tllllnghast,
SPERM, WHALE, ELEPHANT AND LARD
.MACHINERY AND SIGNAL OILS,
ARGAND OIL, 130 FIRE TEST.
Spermaceti and Snerm Candles,
OFFICE No. 13 HUDSON AVE.,
elisaii w. Mor.niT,
ORLANDO r. LISCOW11
AI.IIANY, y, Y,
ALEXANDER GREER'S SONS,
Manufacturers of and Jobbers In
TOBACCO, SSiUFF AND CIGARS,
No. 822 BROADWAY
All. -r .
BACON, STIOKNEY8 & CO;4,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In
CREAM TARTAR, MUSTARD, &e.
I & S3 Dean & 1 Exchange Strcot,
ALBANY, N. Y.
QTATE NORMAL SCHOOL,
Walter E. Howard, Principal. Fall term com
mences August 31; Siiilng term Februarys.
Freo scholarships. Address tho Principal.
gURR & BURTON BEM1NARY,
Tho Fall Term begins
WEDNESDAY, AUOUST 3D, 1S10.
There are three courses of Btudy with large
classes In tho Classics and also In English. The
best advantages for muslo offered by any
school in tho state. Muslo course twenty-six
lessons. Pianos all now. sixty dollars a year
aid to young men nttlng for tho ministry. For
oataloguo send to the Principal.
H. H. SHAW.
Manchester, Vt.. Feb. 187. Jy'.4dtftwew
TROY CONFERENCE ACADEMY,
First class commercial course. Good advant
ages In muslo and painting. Thorough In
college preparatory studies. A fine Bchool for
both girls and boys. Eall term begins August
soth, isre. For catalegues or information, ad
dress the Principal.
REV. MARTIN E. DADY.
Julyl!dw3m Toultney, Vt,
YER'S 8 A R SAP A R ILL A,
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD.
This compound ot
tho vegetable altera
Dock, Stllllnglii and
Mandrake with tho
Iodides of Potassium
nnrl Trnn makes a
most oftcctual euro of
a series of complaints
wiiich aro very nreva-
purines tno dioou,
purges out tho lurk
ing humors in the sjstera, that undermine
health and Bettlo into troublesome disorders.
Eruptions of the skin aro tho appearance on the
Burfaco ot humors that should be oxpollod from
tho blood. Internal derangements are tho de
termination ot theso sarao humors to Bomo In
ternal organ, or organs, whose action they do
range, and whoso Bubstnnco they disease and
destroy. Ayer'a SarsaparlUa expels theso hu
mors from tho bload. When they aro gone, tho
disorders they produco disappear, such as Ul
cerations ot tho Liver, Stomach, Kldncys.Lungs,
Eruptions and Eruptive Diseases ot the Skin,
fit, Anthony'B Fire, Roso or Erys!polas,PJmples,
Pustules, Blotches, Bolls, Tumors, Tetter and
Bait Rheum, Scald Head, Ringworm, Ulcers and
Sores, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Tain in tho
Bones, Side and Read, Fcraalo w oakness, Ster
ility, Lcucorrhosa arising from Internal ulcera
tion and uterlno disease, Dropsy, Dyspepsia,
Emaciation and General Debility. With their
departuro health returns.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
Sold by all druggists and dealers in modlclno.
SHTON'S AND ONONDAGA
At W. 0. LAN DON'S,
7ERMONT LIFE INSURANCE COM.
V IA NV. nf llllllMNfl'eilW VKUMONT.
This prudently managed Home company, Is
a favorl'.s with Business Men ot Vermont.
James R. Hosmer, President; W, I. Gilbert,
Vlce-tTBBiuciibi warren ijioob, Dtcrevrj
LAKE HURON AND OHIO,
Tht-t In a conat.ant. anpem. nnre7f. nnppze. un
til your head seems ready to fly oil, until your
no'jo ana ctos aiscnarg excessive quanuues
of mucus, thin, acrid and polsonou', untll.unflt
for business or pleasure, you number yourself
among the most onllctedol mortals, destined
to stirrer periodically tho greatest distress
W1U1UUL renoi or C0ll3Uinuuil. jvvorjr urauKUl,
evcrr breath of nlrsecmsnnunemvlndlsculso.
This Is properly failed Acute Catarrh, and
commonly cold.ln tho nend, Its constant ro
currenco Is duo to constitutionally weak or
niscasca rnsu organs, and cniccuica action or
Iho perspiratory glands. In tho permanent
euro of this distressing malady, Sanborn's Rad
ical euro for Catarrh Is a never falling sreclrlc.
Instant relict follos tho flrstdosc. Its uso
destroys tho morbid scnslllvi-ncFS to atmos
pheric changes which predispose people to this
dlscaso, ami is euro to prevent an attack of
Chronic or Ulcerative Catarrh,
Symptoms Obstructed breathing, partial
closure ef ono or both nostills, a slopped up,
"sturtod up" feeling In tho head, constaut
ulo ingot thonosi-, discharges from tho noso
ot a watery or thick yellow or greenish mucus,
frequently streaked with blood. Sometimes
tho matter becomes encrusted In tho n.nal pas
Rages and Is removed only by prolonged effort.
In tho morning on rising tho ymptoaisarotho
worst. Violent blowing, hacking urn spitting
until tho crusts nro removed, at least partially,
and tho thrrmt la freed from tho mattortht
has accumi3tcd during the night. Finally,
tho rolsonous secretions attack the throat,
bronchial tubes, lungs, terminating In pul
monary consumption, accompanied by a most
orrenslvo breath and impaired eyesight and
Thlslsthodestructlvoand terrlblo stago of
tho Disease. Tno whole nasal passages In
cluding tho eyes and cars, tno tonsils, throat,
bronchial tubes and lunes become, ono alter
another, affected. Inn .mod, ulcerated, and suc
cumb rapidly to this frliihtml monster. Are
cullaracldls generated and set at liberty by
thl3 disease, which, permeating the blood,
weakens and destroys Its renovat'ng power,
and nlliws tho system no opportunity to
throw eff tho malady un' II this poison Is neu
tralized and cxpellfd, It Is hero that consti
tutional treatment becomes of tho most vital
constquence, "because unless arrested nt this
stago tho disease will mako rapid progress to
wards pulmonary consumption. irVircn'i
liouiehold rhuniciaiv Mcanwulle. a Roothlnir.
Leallng, and stringent medlclno must be np-
uiiuu lii-ecuy ifj mu jiiuim passages, inn lorrn
In; tho most nerfect treatment of thn illqp;n
tanford'a Hadlcol euro lor Catarrh Is a safe,
certuln and permanent euro for Catarrh of
every form, and Is the most perfect r. inedy
everdcvlsrd. It Is purely a vegetable dl tlllu
tlon, and Is nppllo-1 locally by Insuffltllot, and
constitutionally by internal administration.
Loyally applied relief Is Ins nntaneous. It
soothes, heals nnd Cleanses tbonnsal I ns'nges
ot ovfry feeling ot heaviness, obstruction,
dullncs or dizziness. Constitutionally nrmln
lstert d It renovates the blood, purines It ot tho
acid poison with which It Is tlnaya charged In
Catairh, stimulates tho stomach, liver and
kidnejs. renecc '!gosilon, makes now Moo J,
and permits formation of ssund. h'althy
tissue, and nnally obtains completo control
over tho disease. Tho remarkaDle curative
powers, when all other remedies utterly fall,
of Sanford's Radical euro, aro attested by
thousands who grotef ully recommend It to fel
low sufferers, iso statement Is inad regard
ing It lhat cannot bo substantiated by the
mostresp ctablj and reliable references. It Is
n great and good medicine, and worthy all con
fidence. Each package contains a Treilbenn
fa'nrrhand Dr. spr'jre is tom "j nil wholo-
Tube ,;a-n!vIggls.t3 throughout tho united
JJWH.' Price It.
l.uine ami ITlllllul linclc. Twelve
I)tt)'N in tlonpltal.
Messrs. Wfeks and Potter; Gentlemen I
havo Just recovered from a Umo and painful
back through tho use ot your Collins Voltaic
1'iasiers. juy fuck wus pu mine uni iuuhui
that I could not stoop, walk, or do duty of any
kind, and was placed In tho hospital lor twelve
days without cure. I then nsked permission
or tuo surueon to try tuo uoiuuv uuwu i-ma-tcrs,
and In a few houis after putting ono on
was entirely rdlevdof rain and able to bend
niyback; am now thoroughly well. I consider
them Blmply wonderful. Respectfully j ours,
Co. I, lft Artillery, Port Warren.
Boston, May 3,1870,
"ARE DOINGWONDEES. "
Mnqsrs u'ppkn IVit.tpr i nehtlempn Collins'
Voltaic Plasters are doing wonders. They work
like magic, and those sou sent last nro all sold
aud morn wanted. Send mo threo dozen as
soon as you get this. Money enclosed here
with. I want them to morrow night. If possi
ble. In haste. Yours,
T. . rAi.iiuit, i'. ax.
No. Fayette, Me,, May l, 1876.
Knid liv all drutrolsts. Sent by mall on re
ceipt o(!S cents for one, tl.ss for six, or f 2.!5
for twelve, carefully wrapped, and warranted,
hy WEEKS & POTTER, Proprietors, Boston,
Mass. . septlldJcwlm
JUST RECEIVED AT
99 Cent Store,
LADIE'B HATS ! LADIE'S HATS I
u-n iinvn tnst received, direct from tho manu
facturer, a choice lot ot Ladle's Hats, Fall and
Winter Styles, trimmed In the lateBt fashion,
handssmc, and which cannot be bought olso.
whero for IctB than two dollars. Wo sell them
LADIE'S HOSE, a no variety, threo and
,,,r n.tr rrr oi rents, all wool ail' striped: also
Fleeco Lined. 0 pair tordDconti. flont'a tinder-
Bhlrts, warranted all wool, tn cents oaeni alto
Undershirts aid Drawers. e. for tho two. A
m.o. ..wimnntnl Towels and Table Snreads
of anew anl elegant pattern. A new lot, of
Hair switches, all bhades, for only9o Folt
Skirts, a largo variety, nhdot handsome pat
am. Elegant Toilet Sets, Smoker's Sets; also
other Fancy Goods In a great variety,
just RECEIVED, a how lot ot Gent's Hats
and Caps ot tno latest si ; its,
tarRemembcr tho place, opposite tho depot,
jtutiauo, v i. "
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1870.
A Queer Case.
bt. Albans Lni n compliciteil cta of
tiuarrcl lor the possession of ti chiltl. Soma
years ao Mrs. Retlmoud, n poor widow of
Hiltlinfiton, gavo n cliild which (ho was
uuablo tj itipport, to the Cathsllo orplmn
nfyltim of that city. They placed tho child
In the family of Lewis Bourgeois of St.
Aliens, whero she remalcoJ till a year ngo
last winter when the mother obtained pot
e8tlon ot the child hy a writ o( Meat or
pin. Tho child icmalncd vtlth her mother
till lfl6t July when (ho visited tho Bour
geois nnd remained with them until a week
ngo Monday, when Mrs. Redmond who
had In the mclntlmo becomo Mra. eomc-hody-elio
appsarcd nnd chimed her tlauih-
tcr. Mrs. Boutrcoh took tho child nnd
etnrtetl her for Canada, via Richford. In
chargo of her mother, Mra. Faddon. A
policeman followed to Abercorn P. Q , tho
homo of Mrs. Fadden, touched tho houso
hut could not find tho child although he
lunaa tuo ucd situ warm in which tho hnrl
slept. 'I he Canadian authorities nrecon
tinulng tho scorch. Tho llltlo girl is about
seven years old, very beautiful, and, bo the
uoureots claim, ptefers to nvo with tuem.
As on additional complication tho child's
moiucr has sued tho liourgcois for dam
Auburn lcttur to tbo Syracuse Courier.
Stokes in Auburn Prison.
Stokes occupies tho stme-nttmbered cell
(OS) that lie did nt Sinsj Sing "up one
lllKht." Tho principal articles of furniture
perceptible to tho eyo of a reporter who
nan just umo to peep tn wcto n lootli brush,
on cninty torche box. n hnsnltnl tin cum.
half of a. wooden shavliit; cup and hi little
iron a'jjusiaoie buu. The cell is clean,
nnd, unlike others, is well perfumed.
Stokfs is vet an obiect of Interest to all vli.
Itors nt tbo prison j yet the only chanco ono
has of geitlog Bight of him is at meal limes
then, if you aro smart enough 13 einglu
mm out ot iuuu or l-iuu ns thoy pass by
you aro lucky. There ere very fevv per
sons whom ho will sec. Warden Durtton
is very fair to him, but ho grant! him no
lavors that ho would not grant other priso
ners. The warden does not allow him to
1)3 pointed out ( it bcins ytokts' wish ), or
nny visitors to call on him except tli"se
win m ho chooses ti tel. As his tlmo i
rapitlly oxpirini; (Otuber btiug his la t
moi.tli,) lit; Is letting his beard grow, aud
when ho c jmcs out ho Is liable tn bo as good
looking ns ever, with the exception of the
silver threads lu his hair. At ilrBt ho thought
Warden Durston hard on him In putiiog
him lu n hliop wilh oilier criminals thinking
lhat ho (Durtton) wanted to "mako tomo
reputation" out of him, but now believes
.Mr. Durston to be right in Iii3 trcUuiciit,
that officer's idea brin? only t j treat all
criminals nliko. Stokes slill has au eyo t
keeping himself In order. IIo wears a 6uit
gotten up for himself of a little better qual
ily than the olher-prifiuwrjM, tft.d msoaii
Is mado big enough to draw down over his
eves in caso thcro is an opportunity of his
being singled out on any occasion.
Prof. Huxley and the Bible.
To many minds, Prof. Huxley's tone in
regard to tho biblical account ot the crea
tion, and his arguments against it, in his
ncent lectures, Imve seemed subversive of
religious ialth. Wo believe, on tho other
hand, to Bouud biblical scholars, evm when
thoroughly imbued with modern science,
this narrative offets no difficulties, and, on
the contrary, strengthens faith. A cos
mogony camiot In tlio naturo of things be
wlmt Mr. Huxley called "testimonial ev
idence." Moses or whoever wns tho au
thor of tho firtt two chapters of Genesis,
was not present at tho occurrence of tho
events he describes. IIo merely gives broad
pictures or visions ot certain great cnanges
in tho present order of thiDg3.
If our rcailsrs will compare any oiner
cosmogony ot tho bemiuc iriDea, or win
take up thole of tho Aryan, the Hindoo, or
the Persian racp, or thoso believed in by
tho hnlt-clvlllzed nations of this continent,
thev will see tho immeasurable superiority
of (he Jewish account. Opposed to the
notion of accident or chance among
tbc Greeks, or that of tho eternity
nf matter so common in tho Orient, or the
superstitions of many gods and struggling
spirits, iau ncurew hmruuvu n-a u,
sublimo trutli of tbo whole present ortler
of things haviug sprung from au intelligent
and supremo will. Tho dato of tho llrst
creation it lenves behind in an Immeasu
rable paBt. It only finds in tho beginning
chaos, and the first germ of tho organic or
inorganic world called forth by a Supreme
force. This cettalnly U in harmony with
tho very latest rctcarches of science, nnd
Is at tho basi3 of whatover may bo called
religion In tho world. So long ns man be
lieves in an order of things which did not
como by chance or accident, but which dc
rived its forces from the original nnd in
tolllucnt force, he Is no loncer a material-
1st, but is bound by unseen lies to tho world
Invisible. This grand truin too neurow
record tcachoj abovo all others, and with a
slmoliclly and dignity unsurpassed in the
religious traditions ot nny ether race. The
philosopher believing tills I113 an anchor
against ali;ildcs of skepticism. If tho Bi
ble had transmitted no other truth but this
to mankind, it would deservo eternal rev
Tho remaining visions or pictures lu the
narratlvo of Motes aro obviously not In
tended to be translated literally. They aro
extremely dramatic and pottle in torm,
thouir 1 of sevcro s rnn cuv. Dir. tiuxiey
sneers nt tho various Interpretations, and
especially 01 the word "day. nut 11 is in
i iii rmiuro or sucii rioeiic iiarrniivcn or vie-
tons that IbOV Buouiu 00 Buscenuuiu 01
. ... .it.,- r
hrnad differences of rendering. JNo ecuot
ar need to told that tho word "ilsy" changes
in all languages according to tho context.
Certainly tho Interpretations of even such
vacuo terms as pott.o expressions arc not
halt 60 vailed ns of what nro suppoicd to
bo the deilulte facia in fcilogy. Exegesis
has quite as firm a foundation as reasouing
from loKillleroui stiati. Tho "teitlmiiuy
nf thn rocks" chaniics under each Interim to.
ovui more than tho testimony of Scrip
Thero Is nothing In any reasonable inter.
pretbtion of tho HrBt chapters ot GtnesU tj
prevent acropung 1110 uocmiiu ui uvuiuuuii,
tor the Divine Creator cm as easily work
through links ot iuherimuco ami va
rlstion as bv direct and special nclB of cie
lion. Creation, If it t.rlginatcd "Ihrco or
four klmdoms of lifc,"ni Darwin expressed
It, would bu as truly cteatlon as it every
perm lu each Individual wero specially
mado, Tho language of a poetic cosmog
ony mutt of necessity bo the langtugo of
appearance. Human vocsbulary bai no
terms or oven powers of comprehension for
tho pvolfiug of things from nothing for
As to the irquencc of crrntlon or appear.
anco ot dlfforert orders of living things, it
Is doubtful if Mr. Htixloy himself Is thus
far In condition to affirm or deny, and cer
tainly tho Interpretation of the Hebrew
resort! Is equally doubtful with tho conclu
sions of geology. What Mr. Huxley rail
eil "proal whales" mav mean manv Other
monsters of sea or land, and as ho himself
has fallen back on "tho Imperfection ef
tho geological record to explain obvious
l'ans in tho evidence, tho biblical scholar
may do tho same. When Mr. Huxley has
explained tbo existence of tho Eozoon in
tho Lsurentian, or of trllobllcs In ancient
formations, or of other forma of life quite
uui 01 tno lango wnero unucr evolution,
they thould have appeared, tho biblical
scholar may explain tho Mosnle older of
crculon. Tho sequence, In bread, seems
riarmomous wuu modern theories! First,
mottcr without order: thtii lfoht. thrn nr.
gregatlen into systems, then the lowest veg-
cudiu una annnat 111c, men Higher orders
of life, ami fltnlly man. Still, the devout
and consistent believer lu the Scriptures
will not look for or expect exact scientific
accuracy 111 a narrative whoso obvious pur
pose is to establish divine creal Ion as op
posed tj chance, or to tho idea of opposing
spirits, or to the belief in tho ctcrnlly of
Tho "Mtltonlc interpretation" of the rec
ord waa that of an ago which knew little
or nothing of modern science. Just aa tho
viovvB 01 scholars in regard to the ohronol
ogy of tho world have chaneed. nr In rn.
gard to the antiquity of tho rocks, or Iho
astronomy of H15 universe, and In liko man
ner tho inlcrprelntlrmof tbo Bible, yet with
out affecting its spiritual authority, so tho
belief In tho lnodo and senuenca of crrn.
non may cnangc, ana yet m lilbio tntm
nvo uo loueil consistent and Its great re.
Iigious valuo undiminished. A'tw York
Boston Corbott, tho Han who Shot
Boston Corbelt, who shot Wilkes Booth,
lives in a little old forlorn-looking house at
Camden, N. J., whero ho has been visited
by a correspondent of tho Philadelphia Sun
day World, This writer describes Corbett
as short In stature, with .1 rcsoiuto and
rather stern face. IIo is nbout forty years
uui, mm 13 very piaiu in urcss, anu his prin
cipal boast appears to bo in his devotion ns
a Methodist. Ho bmily plies his trade as
11 natter, no lives mono in his little bouse,
doing his own rooklm: nnd hnnsoknenW.
and seeing nobo.ly but tho llttlo fiock of
Methodists which meet nightly at his house
and o which ho is the head. Heaped to-
bunti in ono corier or nis Kttcucn arc half
a dozen rough liencliei for tho uso nf his
congregation. He preaches nod exhorts
hlmtelt, nnd uses a Windsor chair lor n
puipit. vvnen nsKttl it thotame "Botton1
was not n nickname ho became rather nr..
cry, his cyeo Hashed, nnd holding on hleh
a Testament with the name " Boston Cor
bott' printetl cn it In black Ink be said,
pointing his finger at tho name : "Young
man, there is my name : the onlv onn f
shall ever own. In Botou I was convert
ed ; there I met my Redeemer, and Boston
Is the only name I wish to bo called by "
.o lie accompanied un visitor to tno gate
he said : ' On shut eventtul morning of my
life, as I shot ti e assassin crodched liko a
savage bvast In tho recuses of tbo biro, 1
lelt that I. was doing my duty to my Gjd
nnd my country. To this day I feel jus
tified lu my courfc. Wero the ghosts of
'wenty assassins to niise apiinst rer. thev
could not distutb a cslm christian spirit."
Political Weather Report.
Political weather report (Zteh Chandler,
observer,) in jho Baltimore Oaztlte: "Tfcc
stoim-cinter has moved Irom Vermont and
Maine to Ohio and Indl tna, the area of low-
KhUTOAvy'tiiins',' wilh cloudy and threaten
ing weather all over tbo weet. Danger sig
nals have been ordered for Ohio, as the
storm thero may bo no less violent than in
Ncnrclty of Itjoiic)'.
There Is uo doubt but the present situa
tion of all kinds of business and industry
Is fearfully depressed, nnd it behooves
every family to look carefully to their ex
pcnics. Winter is coming on when child
ren are liable to uroup, wnooplng uougu,
etc. Coughs acd Cold will prevail every
where, and Consumption with other Throat
and Lung diseases will carry off many.
Theso diseases should not bo neglected.
Dcctor bills are expensive, and wo would
ndviso our people to uso Boschee's Gek-
man bYitcp. It never has lulled, uno bot
tle at 75 cents will keep your wholo family
well during tho winter. Two doses will
relievo nny case. Sold in all towns in the
United Slates, and by your druggist,
Albert W. lligglns; also Rico &Co.,Cas-
tleton, and L. Kellogg, Fairhaven, and get
a sample bottlo for 10 cents nnd try it,
m t. ,,, --it t, 1
i wo uoscs will rencYU you. iicguutr size
75 cents. d&w
lirtlQIIT EYES, rcsular features and a grace
ful figure fall to nroduco their due effect It tho
comp'cxlou lsdctaced with pimples or blotches,
or tho bklu lsrotuh or harsh. To remedy theso
defects uso Ulenn's ifmiuit tovp, Half's
iiaik uyE restores tno unsro or youth to eray
DENNISON'S PATENT SHIPPING TAGS.
Over 200 millions havo been used within the
past ten years, without complaint of loss by tac
becoming dctachod. All Express Companies
uso them. Sold by Printers and btntlonera
GLOBE TAPER CO., RUTLAND,
llio imnj- tilobe.
la kont tor salo at the following places i
East Wallinufokd A.S.Mabon. dealer In dry
Ludlow Sherman Bros., drugs, books, sta-
iiRATTLEDOKO r.. j. uarpcntor, uooKs,siauon
ry, periodicals, fancy goods.
UiiAsnox C o. Dyer and O. C, Slason, books,
Jiuionery, perioaicais. sic.
jiipdlkuukt W. boymour Alden, books, sta
tionery, periodicals, ic.
PirrsFonu Ucnnlson tiros., dry goods.
HmsTon lllram bhattuck, papei und station
ery, blank books, dru gs, &c.
Faiiuiaven F. 11. Carpenter.
Castlkton Rice & Co.
West Rutland 0. J. GUmore, general mer
chandise. Poultkev W. W.nibbard.books.statloncry'
periodicals, fancy goods, ie
North iiksmnuton Henry Morso.newBboy,
WALUKiitoiiD II. P. Morgan, station agent,
Manciiesteu Herbert Smith, xowsboy.
Aui.tKnrnM tt.H. Hard.
Ubkninqton T, J. Tiffany, periodicals, paper
Rutland snauldlnc ft Co.. newspapers, pe
riodicals, books, stationery, c.; A. It. Howard,
.innnt restaurant: Globe countlnr-rooms.
Railroads on all morning trains leaving
PRACTICAL UPHOI.S1EHEU IN ALT, IT3
BRANCHES IN THE LATEST AND MOST
Rfpalrlng ncat'y none, Carpets lild, Cur
tains hung, Lambrequins mado to order.
All work dono with neatness and dispatch,
at reasonable rates. r-iio. at u u. Huigwyv.
orders lelt either In tho ttoro cr at my rest
denco, No fi him Btreer, will reetlvelinmdl
ate attention. sepl3J4v
X O T I 0 E
iinslnc- loented In tho town of Ludlow. I
wnuliaunounco lint lam proparcd tor both
otil.o ana general I'raciiix-.
' BR. GEO. HUHTEGT,
Office, Hammond's block, sep'SSltt
NICHOLSON & BAKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUN'SEI.I.OItS-AT-LAW,
AND bOLlClTORl IN CHANCERY.
Particular attention given to proceedings In
Bankruptcy; coiieciiuiisiiuiiiit'j luauc, tun,
veyanclnulnall Its forms t eiuclency guaran
teed. omce-Mutual Exchange mock, Rut
land, Vermont. JolWOm
Anson A. Nicholson. Joxl 0. Baker,
C! 1 O A DAY AT HOME. Agents
IB XiSwantod. outllt nnd terms freo. TRUE
;o Ausustn. Maluo. mar3dtwly
II O IC s It A K 1-4
W. 0. LANDON,
PItlCE TIIliEE CENTS.
C'ON.MJ.MI'TlOiV.OA'V IIII C'UliKII.
ScliencRN I'llllimiilc .syruji,
cliciicli'N&on Weed Xniilc.
iiclioiicR'K .Tlllliilrillio I'llli,
iS Conunn,,yptl1oCn.,Clt,C3 ,lu,t W,U curo 1,u,mon-
ri' w.!!JJJi1,"y "'edlclncs that will slop a cough
?M' ,OLeas!on the do th ot a patient ! they lock
1 ?iio?ri fi?,p lh0 e'rculallon ot tho filood,
"orrllKo'olloR,auain fact theycloirthu
2oUBh.' " mo VCry org"ns tit eauscdtho
orL iTwn.?hi?,Vial?i.t V?'1 Drepsla are tho causes
Sti?'ll"ra3 01 H'o eases of Uonnumpton.
Many persons complain nr a dull pain in tho
I i.M P2"0."' ;?" tongue, Vol" in tlio
MunVr.. i . 'i V "ss?1 orowsinessand .est
1SSSSV 'Z10. 100,1 '"K heavily on tho stomach,
accomn.mtoit w 1 11 n.Mnu , ,.,.,.....7:.. "J
Wind. uj uvmuuii "l 01
7inZA unauuj uuKiuaiu rrom auis-
nver "'"""'en tho stomach or a torpid
i-if.?00? .E0 nfHlctrtl. It they tako one or two
heavy colds, aud It the couch In theso eases tin
llverr1!!,1',"1' ?ttl t"cSach and
US iWl 'emalhlng torpid nnd Inactive,
and almost beforo thev aro awaro tho lungs
of which "is death. U"JU""CU. " fesun
wider! f .iSvilmonl. 1!3'",n 13 an expectorant
SiEuHt Prt?n.t-'S,lta,u eplu,n or am thing
slSSiSSw cllC,ek a cnurh suddenly.
;" "i",; " " :u 101110 oissi, ves 1110 fod,
SdVdiSiMnr'Knttflrw .),,lcC3 0! tl'Oftomach
m,n?Ih" B.n,a ereates a ravenuus npLetlte.
SchencA Mandrake Pills aFe T rcaulred y'
TllCEO fined flnna nro ,n..j ';!...:.
S. II. SUI1ENCK i bON,
,i : Area pis , I'niia,
And aro for sale by a l druggists and dealers.
IF YOU WANT
THE BEST PAPER PATTERN,
be sure and buy
CHARLES E. ROSS'.
Send for a Catalogue.
Edges and Inscrtings,
at lower prices than ever offered In Rutland
county, wo h-ivo In stock 2,0fo yards bank
rupt stock or tuo aoovo gonas, wiucn wesnau
oner ftr a few days nt such low prices as will
bo sure to mako salo ot every yard.
New Dress Goods
In SFAL BROWN, NAVY BLUE, DARK GREEN
and BLACK CASHMERES, at a great bargain.
Again wo havo the largest (S.ooo yards), and
as usual tho handsomestlnvolco ot
In town. Every lady should seo them, or send
for sample. Seal Brown, Navy Blue, ic. In
Wo contlnuo to send old garments to bo
dyed or cleansed as new. Send In your old
duds, and Ihey will appear as new.
(J. A. lMItKHUKST & CO.
We havo now on hand tho largest stock
ever brought Into Rutland. These goods
wero bought beforo the recent
LARGE mm IS PRICE
We shall sell them at tho old piioes,
although silks aro 25 per cent higher.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
Wo are Belling mora tilki tbn cverbo
foio. GEORGE H. PALMER.
Rutland, Atgust S9tl), 1S7.
At W. 0. LANBON'S.
KMlia, JD01U 1U KUliauu uj x .nuvil jwuu-,
For Mle by W, 0, LANDON. dW