Newspaper Page Text
KUTLAND, VT., THTHSDA V MOUNJNG, AUGUST M, 1878.
l. I ..NO. 1H).
PRICE TIIHEE CENTS.
.IT i 1 IHAI. AMI HIT.
i ml i i"
I HMD l w i. m i vii:t.
in f y i. . Jut.' sii, UiJ, trains'
. I 41. 1 1. - .'Ms-pled' !
s - II I 1ST
. ,n - 4. m i. in., iiuil IJiltf
V i. I. i .hill' il (I.IU . hi., SI.
t . ' i . lliirlliMl.in .il h:I'I u. III.,
I i ,i . . i I! I' I mil nl 11:10 i, in.,
Iw i I it i i . i ilvlnif'il New lio'l-
(i i . .'.ii, iMi steamer for
. ' h
v vltKIXPUHsw leaves St Albans nt
r I... IN(rl"t.jii to.tdi ft. in., nrrtvlng In
I ' I I icmii in
.' u i I.VPIU- -iiiYesiigdciisburgntlS:-.
iiMtslmiii j run., -Montreal :i:3u p.m.,
.i - s.i p. iu si. Allium ;:ju p. in., liur
:, n i i. m.. Ilullmiil ll:.vi n. in., Hollows
s ' in., smilng ul New Iiiiilon nt Uil-i
V Xli Til US.-I.envo Partington at s0 p.
i nit in llutlanil nl Tito p.m. I.ui
i . I . am ik. in., Hollows Palls n. III.,
i i4ii.Hi truliit, arriving ul Now London
1. ' p in
Mix F i 1 II IN. -leaves Itutlniid ill km p. m.
1 II lluwm Putin al ln:'i p. In.
' . llullaiHl nt l:M ami Ml" 11. in., ami i!:3il
" ip m.
lli !. New Ijimlon nl Mm 11. 111.,
tepr r.,U' hi a. 111.. Hoslon Ii.hi j. 111., Hollows
.i . llutlaml : Ji. in., nrrtvlng nl Port
II r. 1 'i i. 111.. lliirlliiKlim B:m p. in., SI.
itnus mi . 111., Monlrenl y:4.t p. in., oilt'iis-
-rx 4 11. 1.1., maHlngisinnocUniis with trains
I.XPltKSS Leave llllll.lllil nt .'oil p. 111., SI.
sihmis nt s:Mtp. 11).
MiillT KXI'IIKss.-Ij'.hi'h Now hindnn nt
1 4 p. m. sprtinnlplil nt Mln p. m connecting
wl'tl train liming New Yolk nt IWjii p. 111., l!p.
jvr I-mil ti:i p. m., conncclliig mtli train
lining Hostonal n&ip. in., Ilutlniul 1:43 a.m.,
Iiurlinwioii 4:inii, in., si. Albans 1;: 1 11, 11 rru 1 ntr
,a Mimin'nl nl Kisn, in., Plultsburg nl ukh m.,
undOgitcnshurgnt IS;:!?, p. m., connecting with
r.iln fur llif Wi-l.
.tlXPtTlt.IN.-l.onvcs II11II.1111I nt t.:4.) 11.111.
Leave itirlliigton nl li::)n. 111., St. Allwiis I2:ii
111., arriving In tigdonsbingnl s:.'.up. in. anil St.
Julius nt 3. mil in.
.MIXKI) TIIAIN. Leaves Hollows Palls at 4:i
a. in., nrrh lilt In Kill land at 9:20 n. 111.
AIVOMMOHATION. Loaves Now London nt
s-lon. m.. Hollows Palls fcim p. 111., arriving In
lliitlniiil nt 8:1 p. in.
Trains Ionic llurllnglon going oast, fur Mont,
(cllcr. Ac, nt f.:Vi n. 111., I4::m p. in. and ":.Vi p. in.
Trains leave Potions Palls going nnrlli, lor
While Itlvor .Innctloii, Ac, at sau n. 111. ami
II 1.1 A.m., ntiil trM nml 1 lr.'n p. 111.
Cosnkctions. At Kullniiil Willi Hcnsselaor .1
Saratoga ntiil llailom i:tenslnn ltallro.uli; at
Hollows Falls Willi Cheshire Hallroad: nt smiili
Vernon with connect lent Itlvor ltjllroail.
fSlccnlnjfcara are attached to nlitlit trains
Iwtwcen SI. AIIuih and Trov, anil llinllnstnii
ami lloiton. IIYI.l:s .MKllllII.l.,
St. Albans. Vt June 3d. 1ST."..
A1M.K.M P.XTKNSIOX ItAlMlOAl).
CHAXOR OV TI.MK.
SfJIMUlt AliltANflll.MKKTS. IsT.I.
(In mid nfter M0tnl.1v, .lime auli, 17'.', Iialns
will rim as follows:
MIXKIt. Loaves ltutland nt 3:IM n. 111., con
neeilnirnt Slate Mnn with trnln fcrTioy.
MAII U'liM'n I tin lam I ui n. m nnd inak
Inir close connections at Clintliain 4 Cornels
Willi trains tor New Vnrlc, Albany, Hudson, nnd
IhiIIi east nnd west on II. .V A. It. It.
.MIX'lII). Lene ltutland at 2.Sfip. In., to llen
litn'rton nnd Trov.
srXllAY -MILK TltAIX (with passenger ear
alliu'lieil). Leaves ltiillnnd nt ".am. 111.
v a n r, .
Ilull.iiid to Now Yolk .... ir, u
" 10 Albany, .... a im
" to lltulsoii, .... a on
: vSo lay over checks gU ell.
AltlilVl! AT lil'TLANII.
Mall, u.3.1 p. in.; MKisl, te.os p. 111.; mixed,
T.I'.U p. in.
v. c. wiiiti:. sunt.
ltutland, .lune II. 1872.
I.nilK l'Al'KI! CIDH'.VXY.
i'i'iii.isiii:its I'ltiN'Tints, stationi:i:
;, 1 xk ntini;zMA.xin'ACTiriini:s;
Ihnlni; pureliased the Wholesale Paper nnd
stationery business of II. A. Sawyer, nnd the
Printing business of .las. K. Mc Lean, with the
addition of n complete llook-lilndery, they have
consolldaleil the whole Into 0110 business, mid
moicd the same Into the new and commodious
"OIolio llulldlntr," erected especially for the.
use. of the Company.
With one ot the mo.it completo Printing De
partments ot any establishment In the State,
under tho supervision of onoot thobe&l practical
printers In the country, they are prepared to Uo
all kinds of plain and ornamental work In tho
most approved manner and on,shorl notice.
our Jobbing Depaitment will comprise full
lines of Writing Tapers both folded nnd Hat,
Envelopes, (Note, Letter und OMclal,) Illank
Hooks ot every description, School Hooka,
Slates, Pens, Pencils, Inks, Law Illanl.s, Cut.
lory, Wrapping Papers of all kinds, Paper Hags,
Flour Sacks, Twines and Cordage, Wooden
Ware, Matches, Brushes, lll.icklng, Muring,
He, A'C This Department will be found well
stocked and worthy the attention ot closo buy
ers. The Bindery will bo under tho chargo of 0110
of the most thorough workmen to be found in
tho State, and all work will bo executed In I ho
best style and with dispatch.
Willi men of long expcrlenco In charge, und
with extensive facilities for conducting tlie-Sr
business In Its several department, they pre
sent one of tho most complete establishments
of the kind to bo found outsldo the cities, nnd
solicit, the patronage ot the Public, feeling con.
lldent that they can Insure the wants of nil
upon I he most favorable terms.
OI.OIIK PAPLIl CO.
rilAOS. have now hi stool; nn assort.
X ment ot Dennlson'.s Patent Direction
Labels and Merchandise Tags, which we will
sell at manufacturer's prices.
We havo also a good stock ot " Phillip's Se
curity Hook-Tags," a very convenient nnd ser
viceable artlclo for merchants. Among Its nd
vantages are: Hoods can bu more readily inaik-
ed than by any other means; tho tag Is bo se
curely locked that It cannot become iietacneu
from tho goods; no chanco of tho tag becoming
detached from tho hook; no points projecting
to toar other goods or jour lingers. They nro
safe, strong nml cheap. Call and examine
them. OLOIIU PAPUlt CO.
Merchants uslnz nrlntetl wrunnliiir will do
well to consult us beforn ordering an wo make
und irlvu better nccomtnodatlons In ussortlmr
lots, whllo a t'reut h.i vln rim Iju inado on
.rreiifuu uiuiu4 jai m-h nr.
OOK BINDING. Wo nro now ready
lu rccciiu imiers iur nil sinus 01 wors,
OLOIIU PAPKK CO.
X Printers nml Stnttoners at Dennlson's
lowest wnoiosaio prices.
lILOIIi: PAPKll CO.
P HINTING. Anything from n Card to
a Book, neatly and promptly executed.
Wohave as good facilities us any other ostab.
Ilshment In the stale. If you need anything in
this line, give us a uiui. nu isiuuiio 1 kuuiuii'
teed, GLOiiu PAPMt to,
O. T. C II I) s s,
Manufacturer of mid Healer I11
KINISIIINO I.tr.MIIKll, SlllNOI.lN, LATH,
' CLAPIIOAIIDS, ANDSPltrCl! U'MllKIt,
HOOKS, .SASH, I1LIN11S, MOI'I.D
INI1S, 1IIIACKKTS. WIN
DOW l'llAMHS A
Scroll Sawing of nil kinds, Planing, Matching
unit Dinting done In order. Yard nnd Mill cor
ner ot rnlon and Vurnace streets, near Freight
li.'pot, ltullanil, Vt, Maytdiwain.
i: N. MKUHIAM'S
1'KltFKCT PITTING S III UTS
nro 11101 e durable, nnd
ciii:api:ii than huady madi:.
so customers sny. Send trial order.
K. N. MLltltlAM,
Joildly Merchanls Itow, Ituthind, Vt.
rU'IlTAIN COKNUMW OF HI.ACIC
KJ Walnut, or nil dill, made to order. Cur
tnln lllngs, Tassels and Cords. DHAltlloltN'S
SHOW CASKS. COItXEH, CLOCK
and Mantle ShoUes mnde to order, with
Plain or Moulded edges. IIIIACKin s sawoil lu
dllTerent MMesnt DHAllllOliN-S
Xp-W -Mon.OlNGS l'Olt I'ICTl'Hi:
1.1 Framing, Chromos, Ulhographs, umt
i.nifraMiigs ai iihAiiin
di:c iiiATioxopciu itciir.s, halls and
Oonil tlrst-cl.iss wotk al leasun.ible piiee.s.
Many .M'nrs o.pei lence In Ihe luMnes. Cfinie
nnd see m wink
No. 1, Wales, Cur, West si reel.
J.il'.MHn Itulhilul M.
l. II. M O It 1: II O C S 1:,
opiHisltofenlr.il House - ltPTLAND, Vt.
lil'TLANII .MANrPAC'ITIIINO COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers in
Wool) AND CHAIN S1IAT CIIAllts, Mill).
STI.'ADS AND CIIAIH STOCK.
Corner of West and Purest Sts,
L. Aiwonn, Agl. O. C. ltfcoi us, Treas.
J W. K I X G ,
Mauutael 11 rorand wholesale and retail dealer In
SASH, D0011S, BLINDS
Mori.DINOS, BHACKL'TS, AND HOPSi: Pt'll
OV IlVMtV IIRSCIIHTION.
1'i'nxii'K Stki:kt, Iti'ii.si, Vr.
Orders bv mall or olherwlso promptly attend,
.1. .1. (snxnox.
IS I, A C K S M I T II .
P.11 lleul.ir attention paid to Hoise.boi'lng. Alt
woik wai ranted. Slinpou
NRUl 011VF.lt MIKIll.K WOISKS,
HPT LAND, T.
i.ixcoi.x iiiox womcs.
Marble Mill and Hoisting Machinery of the
most lniprowd construction. Donleks and
pumping machinery, e.isiings uiulgenerjil ma
Sleelnnd Iron Wire Hope at Manufacturer's
llullanil, VI., May 1, 1673. ma.Mdlf
A. II. II A V I. K Y ,
co.xriiAcroi: .i.vw i'hacticai. smtkh,
Ho Is prepared to do all work promptly and
well. Orders can be left at .1. v.. (ilynn's sloro
on Merchants' itow, or al the Bardwcll House.
lUftrtnoH Itockwood Barrett, ltutland: L. SI.
Mason, President of First National Bank', De
troit, Michigan : Hon. J. M. Manln. Saratoga
h I V K H Y
If you wish a nice Tt'ItN OPT, go lo
c. f . men a ni) son's.
(Late 1). Whllcomb's,)
CKSTKU STI1KKT, ItUTI.AMl, VlUDlOST.
('.ireful drivers and the llnest ot Carriages.
Stables open at nil huur.s. Horses baited.
nJtf . P. ItlCHAIiDSOV, PuoriiiiiTou.
JjUUM FOI! SAU:.
Tho subscribers offer for sale their farm. sit.
tinted nbout two miles from the Milage ot Bel
lows Palls, on tho Chester road, well known
JOHN CLA1IK l'AHM,
Containing about throo hundred and llfty acres
otland; two dwelling houses, three barns and
two tenant houses, near the railroad track.
Tho tenant houses are new. The largo farm
houso has been thoroughly repaired and paint
ed, with now plaza In front and end, new Ironl
lenee, nil in tho most substantial nnd tasteful
manner, making it n doslrablo residence.
Nearly three-fourths of a mtlo of new water pliw
from a neor-falllng fountain supplies all tlin
OVllIt TWO THOUSAND DOLLAHS
has been expended wllhlii the past two jears
on buildings and fences, besides tho tenant
houses. The land Is adapted lo tho raising of
ull kinds ot crops. Soino llfty acres nro well
ndapled for tobacco. The land Is now tinder a
goodslalo ot cultliatlon, by having been red
out a largo amount of hay und grain Ihe past
two jears, which has been brought on Ihe
place, besides that which tho farm has pro.
ducod. Tho eastern lino Is tho Connecticut
river nnd tho farm laying westerly, divided Into
pasture and tillage land, with a sufllclent sui
iily of wood for tho promises, situated so near
I ho Ullage ot Bellows Palls a Milage growing
moro rapidly than nuyptaco within the State,
and with Its unlimited water power, which Is
fast being improved, must ooniluuo lo Increoso
In 11 still larger proitortlon lu the future makes
It tho most desirable faun In these parts. Pos.
session given Immediately, except the mill
yard, nnd that In one ear. Inipilre of Ihe sub
scribers on the premises; or Joseph Wilson,
linn of J. Wilson .V Co., nenr the depot ; or Wil
der A Hopkins nt West Jtupert, Vt.
WILDPIl A HOPKINS.
Bellows Palls, May 1, 1878.
GKOHGK C. NIv W.MAN,
It K AIi K ST AT 12 II H O K I! It ,
onice : Dolby's lllock, ad Floor Front.
First class village nnd farm property for sale
and to lei. Money to loan un notes, moilgages,
life policies nnd other upprotcil seeuillles.
The subscilbet'oHeis for sale the
IIOl'HP. AND LOT, HI COTTAOH HTHLLT,
Curncr William Slreol.
Houso Is In good repair, contains 12 rooms, gas
and walor nbovo und below. Locution desirable.
Cellar always dry und well ventilated. Barn lias
necominodnilons for two horses, or hoise and
cow. Hood barn cellar,
Aiwrtlon ot tho furniture will bn sold with
tho houso Itdcssrcd.
Possession given nt any lino,
U. II. FOUIIL'S.
ltutland, Juno d 1873,
"OASTUHK I,AND IN VlTTSFOltD
X For salo or rent. One hundred and twenty:
llvo acres of tine PASTU1IK land located 0110 nnd
ono-half miles from Plttsford Village. Address
or call on 11. P. HITCHCOCK, under National
Bank of ltutland, ltutland, Vt, Mayltf
Y K 1 N O
Faded Oarments and Cm rlago linings Cleaned
and colored by a new chemical process so that
you can hardly dlsdlstlngtilsh them fioin new.
Scouring and pressing light suits neatly exe
cuted. Persons having any such Jobs I hey w Ish
to havo done, will please cull nt my Dy House,
Washington street, opposite Town Hall.
All goods sent by Express promptly done and
returned. All win I; guaranteed.
It J. KILBHIW,
ttugwim Washington Street,
Watches and Mfwetvy.
II A I 1. 1". Y A- V A It M K X T V. It S
S I I, V K It S M I T II S .
WehaM'the largest nnd best tissoilliient of
Watches e or ottered In this Inntkel.
In large supply, embracing every ailoty o
stjlo desltuble tor Ladles' or (lenllemens' wear.
.1 K W K Ii It Y ,
In Hch abundance, nnd more ruining.
SlI.VHl 1I.1TKII AND BTKEI., 1011 TAHI E I'SK.
Our,htaek Is large, and we sell nt lowprlci-s.
s.i I, v 1: it g o o 0 s.
SII.VKI! SI'OllXs or lU'IloWN MANt'PAPTriMI.
IIOOKIIS' 1I1IOTIIUIIS PI.ATKD P011KS
Tea sets, Castors, Ac., all the best,
S P 11 (' T A C L II S
To III llme whoeannol see well.
A new Ihlng wllhout frames. Vorj ileslruhle.
Call nml see for , ourselves ul
II.MLKY AND PAHMP.NTLlls',
I, M Kuril ints' nnr,
k : k s a- li a n 11 1: i:
AT NO. 1, OPKltA HOPSi: BLOCK,
Keep a full nssoitnient ot the fullonlng
IIOCSK Fl'ItXISlIING GOODS.
Plti:NCII CHINA WAKi;
TA1II.K OLASS WAIIi:,
MLVKIt PI.VTIID WAHK,
PAIN' I'IM) TOII.PT SHT.S,
TASSKLS AND COIIDs,
LAMPS AND I.ANTP.HS,
Wholesale and Itelail,
LAMP CHIMNP.YS and IIPIINIMIS,
Wholesale and lletnll.
MATTHASSPS and I.Ol'NOPS, and
majldtf DONi: TO OKDKll.
Q .1. l.OOI',
Wholesale dealer lu
CALIPOHNIA WINKS AND 1IHANDY
IMI'OHtKIt AN1I WHOI.r.HIK 11KU.KU
CHINA AND JAPAN 'I HAS.
The ill leu I lull of Town Agents, Physicians
and Druggists Is especially called lo our wines,
as they are unsurpassed for medical purposes,
coming from one of Hie oldest Mnoyards In
California. All goods guaranteed pure und sal
Isfaelory, or to be returned nt my expense.
0 r P I c K ,
COItNKIt PltUIOHT AND P.vr.LYN, STS.,
(Lnndon & Huuloon's Block,)
ltutland. Vt. mjllf
IIAXTF.U NATIONAL HANK,
II. llRNHY 1UXTRII,
II. P, I.0TU110I',
J. N. 11AXTKII.
J, W, ClUllTOV,
N. T. Heiuui'K, Jit,
W, C. DUNTOS',
W, C, UNIMIS.
T. W. PAHK,
tISO. I,. ItOYCK,
Oboikik k. Boiii'M,
COL L HOT IONS
Made and remitted for at Lowest Hates.
INTKIIEST AU-OWIill ON TIMK lini'OSITH,
A general Hanking nnd P.xchange business
II, IIknhv Baxtkk, Prest. J. N. Baxtkk, V, Pi est,
Okokuk It. Hottum, Cashier.
II 11 O K K It ,
11 nnoAii sriiNKr, .xi:r mhk.
Slocks, Ooveruments nnd Oold bought and sold
if Interest allowed on deposits'. maylSdi f
AlIiY 8TAGK JIKTWKKN UUT.
LAND AND WTOCKUItlDtlF,
Arrive at ltutland 1Jm.,leavolutlandl:0Op.m
starting from the liardwoll House.
11 Connections at Stockbrldgo ulthsUiW
or Itochosier and Bethel.
R. II. TUPPKlt, I lOf'r,
riMIM SUIiSCltinUK havltijr nrliloicd
ju i-oiui'iiiiug 01 u repuiuuou ns a
In Ihose Pulled States of Nonh Ameilon, le
turns thanks for the
ASSISTANT!'. IHlNIIKIIKtl ;
by the whole people, 1
Making First-Class woik. inv sneclnlllv I '
would Hit He, ns many ot s oil wishing that kind
of work, to tinivn hand "nml help us boost the
Tho 1100111 1? newly re-flttcd and refurnished,
and you will find It qulto pleasant to nhllonwnv
u few Hooting moments 11s we go Iratellngou.
You will und my
POIK'KI.AIN'S AND IMITATION POI'C't'l.UNS
made up to please nil nnd at less rales than
ever. No expense or pains spared In Tools, 1
1 iiruiuais ui nu,i iiiing Koiug lu inase up
A GOOD UKKXKSS
as It Is my motto In please, If I d.i iml make a4
Willi Til)'. I'.XIM'.IMKNfi: OP KKIIirCliN' YKAI1S,
and most of that time In llnllaii.l, 1 llaller mt
self that I am what I am,
,a i.in'IXG mra amongst voir.
ISO II MS
0 1. A It IC ' S I! I, O C K ,
(Corner Meielianls' Hmy nnd West Slrects.)
JAS. O. MP.IIllUI.L,
Cms. A. W'ltntM?,
(Late of Philadelphia)
Jiinelii dwaiu Assistant.
M. It I XII Y A- CO.'S
TWO GF.MS FOIt IIOl'SKIIOI,!) VSK.
IlixnvV Pur.Nni Lti'Niiitvllii K.
IIIXIIV'S IlKSTSllOK III. ICKIKO.
atlgtl dwlw NK'.V YOIIK.
fJMIi: Glti:AT-S()l'TII AJUCUICAN
'.lUltl'UKIJA 1U.00I) PritlFIKIt.
Is Ihe most, isiworrtd cleanser, slrongtheiuT
und l'emotorol lilandul.ir Obstruct Ions known
lo Materia -Medici.
Ills specially ndapled tn constitutions " worn
down " and ilehllllnled lij the waiin wonlher of
spring and summer, when Ihe blood Is not lu
acllte circulation, coiiseiiuenllj gathering Im
purities rrom sluggishness und Imperfect neltou
of Ihe seeiollw organs, nnd Is manifested by
Tiunois, Uruptluns, lllolches, Hulls, Pustules,
Scrotula, AC, Ae.
When wearv find lanirtiid friunoerwolk. and
dutlnoKs, drowsiness and Inertia take the placoJ
01 oiioi:j,v una iigor, uie s.isieui neeus a ionic
to build It up und help the Vital I'oi cos to re
gain their cuporallte power.
In the heal 01 summer, fieipiently, tho Liver
nml Spleen do not properly perform their func
tions; the l'lerlno nnd crlnary Organs me in
active, producing woaknessof the stomach and
Intestines and u predisposition to bilious de
rangemenl. Dit. wi:m.s'
i: XT I! A OT O F .1 L It I 1! i: I! A
Is prepared direct 1) from the South American
Plant, nnd Is pecullaily stilled to all Iheso illlll
cullies; It will cleanse the Vitiated Blood,
strongmen tho Llfo-(!IMng Potters, and remote
all obstructions from
IMI'.UHKIl ANII KNI KIllll.KI) OKIlAS.S.
II should bo freely tnken, as Jiiruboba Is pro
nounced by medical writers the bust elllctent
Purliler, Tonic nnd Deobstruent known In the
whole range of medicinal plants.
JOHN (J. KELLOdU, IS Piatt street, Now York.
Sold by Druggists. Solo Agent for the United
Slates. Price one Dollar per Bottle. Send for
rOKKINU CLASS. Male or female,
H fi'iiiu a week guaranteed. Ilespectablo
employment nt home, day or evening; no capi
tal ieititred; lull Instructions and valuable
package of goods sent free by mail. Address,
with six cent return stamp. M. YOl'Nll At CO.,
173 tlreenwlch slroet. N. Y. aug!4dw4w
TTKVKIt NKGLECT A COL'OII. Noth
Xi lug is more certain to lay the foundation
for future evil consequences.
WKLLS' CAItHOLIC TA 11 LETS
are a sure cure for all diseases of the inspira
tory Organs, Sore Thmat, Colds, Croup, Dlph
llierla. Asthma, Catarrh, Hoarseness, Dryness
orthoTl110.1t, Windpipe, or Bronchial Tubes,
and all diseases ot the Ltings.
In all cuses of sudden cold, howerer taken,
these Tablets should bo piomptly nnd lively
used. They euiuillo Ihe circulation ot the
blood, mitigate the severity ot the attack, anil
will, In 11 very short time, restore healthy action
to tho nlTected organs.
Wells' Carbolic Tablets mo put up only In
blue boxes. Take nosubstllulos. If they can't
be found nt j our druggist's, send nt once to the
agent in New York, who will forward thi'in by
Don't bo deceit ed by Imitations.
Sold by druggists. Price 2.1 cents a box
JOHN J. KKI.I.Olin, is Plait St., New York.
Send for Circular. Sole Agent for thu Pulled
1 f PKU CENT NET. Tiieimvn
XV7 Ixian nnd Trust company will Invest
money on llrst-clnss Heal Kslalo ul 10 per cent.
Interest, net, payublu semi-annually lu New
York, and will guarantee tho collection or nil
loans mado through Its agency. All charges
paid by the borrower. Please w rite, befoi o In
vesllng, for New Vnrlc nnd New Knglnnd refer
ences, nnd full particulars. Samuki. .Mkiuiii.i,
(late (lovcrnor ot Iowa,) President. Address
JAM KS 11. IIKAHTWKI.L, Secretary, Drawer 1157
Des. Moines Iowa augHdw4w
"AMPIIOItlNK" cures evciy 11.1I11,
J AO. Try it. Sold by all druggists.
ItKFIIKN HOYT, Frop'r, New York.
CHI "I OA In four weeks rai
l)pT7X d .OVy sing was one agent's
tit. on llrvilllt's .l.jvii'M of I'ttrtrit nil, .S'fi.i.f
tilon Bo tint's ltihrtri 0 J'utlrir wr.sv,ii ; $70
111 ono week oil Tin AVic JltntHAcrjier' Mitmiel,
by Miss Ilecchor nnd Mrs. Ktowc. Anv ncllvo
man or women canhnvean agency. J, II. FOIID
A- CO., Now Voik, Boston, Chicago nnd San
Francisco. July 21 d&w4tv.
O K 'IT I THOUSAND IN PItF.SS. SALE
ri'J Increasing. i,im more Live Agents
Wanted for our
I.IVlNOSTONi: 2S YHAHS IN APHICA,
Ov or coo pages, only $2X0. Lookout for Interior
woiks. Send for circular and proof ottho great
est successor the. sousnii. ltepnrt Just lu, 1st
subs, lu six dajs. HI'IIUAHD IlltOS., Pub's, M
Washington St., Boston. July2ldAw4v.
.4 wohk of iXtj:nsk intkuest
iv tiiul Intrinsic value.
0 C E AX'S S T O It Y .
By tho gifted son of tho famous "Peter Parley."
Tiio result ot great historical research : An
Authentic History ot Niivlgatlou und Its Mani
fold Discoveries since tho Flood. Abounds with
stnrtllng Incidents, fearful disasters, lawless
piracies, bloody battles and glorious achieve
ments; nlso describes diving, telegraphing,
ocean fisheries, etc. Over 201) spirited cuts.
Subject new. Price low. Agents wanted,
Ill'IlBAHD IlltOS., Pubs, M Washington street,
TDK CIIKAPKST AND 11KST,
f 'tinm and prevents all diseases Incident tn the
J P S T P P B 1, 1 S II I! D 1
" lt.VTIONAL IIOltSE-SIlOEING,"
Willi plates, Illustrating how lo perform opera
tions and euro foot troubles, sent by mall on
receipt or ono dollar.
Send stamp for circular to
sVlley Ht''Neiv York,
(Ovorevles and vovisions.
1 m It K CLOSING OUT SAI,i:
of a stock of
GltOCKUIKS AND I'ltOVISIOXS,
DOMKSTIC DltY HOODS,
BOOTS AND S1I0KS,
CHOCKKIIY, OLASSWAIIK, AC, AC.,
HAS 0 O M t K N C K D .
Will aull theinseltes of the opportunity which
tt ffords to replenish their stock of household
C f Ki ery ill I tele Is sold nl cost or less.
IMKtsi: CMI. AMI I K PUIOKS.
(1. W. CHAPLIN, .In.,
No. 9, MKItC'HANTS' HOW, 1IUTI.AND.
J A- T. CADEN,
Wholesale and Itetnll Dealers In
GltOCKUIES AND PltOVlSIOXS,
CA.NNIID PIII'll'S. PICKI.I'.S, AC.,
AND FANCY HOODS.
Also, Dealers In
DHY OOOIls, SHAWLS, DItF.sS HOODS,
IinslKUY-, OLOVKS, Ac, Ae.
An assoiiment of
GIFTS' FL'ltXISIIIXG GOODS
Coiistnntl.v on hand.
AdUNTS Foil MAIL STKXMKIIS TO AND
' SE-DHAFTS POlt ANV AMOUNT ON Till:
HANKS OF I'.NflLAND, IIIKI.AND. SCOTLAND
M OIINT.lt FltKIOHT AND KVI'.I.VN STS.
1 S .-1 7 . 1 H T !1 .
O L D It E D S T O It E.
annauiiTKH axj I'Jtovsioxs,
OIIF.AP FOIt CASH,
Iliajltf MhllCIIANTS' How.
jplf L Tr,I A H K KT,
IIPNTON A- HAYWA1ID
All kinds ot Meats, Fish, Vegelabtes and
Fruits lu their season.
Klngsley A-Sprague's Mock, Merchants' Itow.
q. n e 1: it 'i' i: it x e it
siruAn KKhvxixn co.vi'Axr,
70 WALL STHKKT, NKW YOHK,
Offer for sale all Ihe various grades of Itetlned
Sugar of Superior (Jualltv at the Lowest Market
Prices. A supeilor ipiallt) ot White sugar for
ConfeeHoners use. Also, 1 1 u -
STANDAItl) Cltl SIIED.
STANDAlt D Git A X I) LATKI ),
WIIITK COFFEE A,
COFFEE EXTKA C,
And Ihe lower grades ot
Y K L I. 0 H' .S' U (l .1 . .
Ordeislobe nddres.sed 10 our ofllce In New
York, 70 Wall Slreet, cor. Pearl.
Parties ordering 10 barrels can have them as
Teusis Tidily d.is, or Cash lu 7 dats, levs
JJ per cent, dlseuunl.
i:. G. IIAXTKH,
BATTV'S N A 11 Oil PICKLES,
Crosse ,t lllnekwell's Pickles, Haltord's
Worcestershire sauce, Nabob sauce, In fact
nearly all kinds of Kngllsh Pickles can be found
at 11 W MAHSHALL'S
17U.K HOHN ti MAGNOLIA FLOUR
ll very choice, for salo nt
mayldA-vvly II. W. MAHSIIALI.'8'S.
U S 0 A T
G K A P E S
B. W. MAHSHALL'S.
PKUNELLAS, PRUNES, CIIEHIHES,
Peaches, Illoekberrles, Raspberries, Plums
Huckleberries, Also, nil kinds ot fruits in cans,
tor snlo nt II. W. MARSHALL,
niayldl'vviy Orove street, ltutland, Vt,
rilEAS, frtmi RO cents to l,7.'i; nlso fresh
X Oround ( OFFKK, at
II. W. MARSHALL'S
mayldA-vvly Corner ot Orove and West sts
CELEltY PLANTS From Peter1 Honder
son ready on and after Juno S4th. Boud In
jour orders. Cabbage plants for late crop by
Ihe hundred or thousand 1 also, Oreen Peas
ready nbout July 1st. Flower plants, among
which Is the celebrated Amoranllias Salslfollus
or Fountain Plant, constantly on hand. Bou
quets, wreaths Ae., made to order,
mnysdly Near Fair Orouuds.
TTtOOIi CII0PPEH8 WANTED TO
T T ' cut (too cords nt hard wood In Mendon.
Apply lo tlto, W, Ciui'itM, Jb., Merchants'
hotels and giniiui llooms.
A it D W P. LI. II O IJ S K .
H'. rllAMTOX. I'rnprietor.
The BAltDWKI.L HOPSI: Is located opiKislle
the Deisil, and has long been fnvorablv knoivn
to the linvelliu; pulille. II has been recently
Improved, now nirordliig the best and Inosl
nmple nccOminiidatlon lo guests,
The TAIILi: will be supplied with nil the
luxuries of tho Season, and every attention will
bo paid to tho comfort ot Its patrons.
In tho future, as In the past, the Propilclor In
tends to make it a llrst-class House nrfordlng
nil the comforts or n home to the tuivcler. The
public patronage Is solicited.
A 000D LfYnitv tn connecllon with the
Attentive POHTP-IIS will be found at the He
pot on the arrival of all trains.
AKE DFXMOIti: IlOl'SE,
E. P. HITCHCOCK, Piioi-iMF.ro!!,
J, W, POItTElt, MtNAOKH.
'Ihls well known and iHipular Hotel, slluiled
on the shores of Lakf Duninore, has been re
cently put In thorough icp.ilr.Scvcral new
Cottages have been built and newly furnished,
and will be opened Juno 1st, for Ihe reception of
boarders and tourists. mayssdtf
riMIE EQUIXOX HOUSE, Manciii:sti:ii.
X Vkiimont. Drawing room cars run through
wllhout change, from New York to Manchester,
by lu:40 n in, train, via X. V. A Harlem railroad.
Passengers bj Hudson rltersteamers, leaving
New Yoik at 0 p. 111., connect nt Troy with S a.
m. train, urrlvlugnt Manchester at lotj a. 111.
A trnln leaves Troy at 5 p. m. arriving nt Man
chester at ",' p. 111.
Trains lento ltutland for Manchester ut.ta.
111., 0:20 n. 111. and thai p. 111. On Sundays at 7:30
n. 111. "Addiess
JJ lOd F. II. OI1VIS.
JgNOCH MORGAN'S SONS'
S A P OLIO
Isa substitute for Soap for all Household pur
poses, except washing clonics.
S A P O I. I O
for Cleaning jour House will save the labor of
ono cleaner. Olve It 11 trial
S A P O L I O
tor Windows Is belter than Whiting or Water.
No removing cm tains and carpels.
S A P O L I O
cleans Paint and Wood, In fact the entire house
bettor than oap. No slopping. Saves labor.
You can't alfoid 10 be without tl.
S A P O I. I O
for Scouring Knives is boiler und cleaner than
Bath Brick. Will not scratch.
S A P O L I O
Is better than Soap nnd Sand for pollshli.g Tin
ware. Brightens without scratching.
S A P () L I O
Polishes Brass and Copper utensils better than
Acid or OH and liuttch Stone.
S A P O L I O
for Washing Dishes and (llassware is Invalu
able, cheaper than Soap.
S A P OLIO
icmoves stains from Marble Mantles. Tables
and Staluary, from Hardllrd-hed Walls, and
from China nml Poicelaln,
S- P O L I O
leinoves Stains and Urease from Carpets und
other wpven fabric.-.
There Is 110 one article known that will do so
many kinds of work, and do it as well, as Sa
pollo. Tnv It.
S A P O L I 0
a new and wonderlully effective
Toilet soap, hit v tug no equal lu this
country or abroad.
S A P O 1. I 0
ns an a li lele for the Jt.it h, "reaches
I lie foundation " of ull dirt, opens
Ihe pores and gives u lii'.illliy ac
tion ntid brilliant Hut lo thcsklu.
S A P O L I O
cleanses and Ileautllles Ihe Skin,
instantly removing any stain ur
blemish Horn both hands and face.
HAND S A 1' 0 L I O
Is without u ilvul lit the world for
curing or preventing roughness
nnd 1 happing of either hands or
HANI) S A P O L I O
removes Tar, Pitch, Iron or Ink
stains and Urease; for workers In
.Machine shorn, Mines, Ae., Is In
valuable, lor making the Skin
While nnd Sort, nnd giving lo It n
"bloom ot beauty," It Is unsur
passed by any Cosmetic known.
" HAND S A P 0 L I O
costs 10 lo lfi cents tier cake, and
everybody should nave II You
will like It.
DONT PAIL TO THY THKSK OOODS.
Buy It or your mei chant If he has 11 or will
procure It for von. It not, then willetor our
Pamphlet, "All about Sapollo," and II will be
KNOtil MOlitlAN'S SONS,
augttd&vvsin 20 Park Place, New Yoik,
JUTLAND MAItllLE COMPANY,
vviioir.sAti: iikaikus in
15 LOCK & SAWED MAItllLE.
(JPAIMtlKS AND MILLS,
J. N IIAXTKH, Supt. WKST HPTLAND, Vt.
All tho grades of Rutland Marble, in tun
shape of slabs ot various thicknesses required
for Furniture, Mantel, and Decorative Work, as
well as cemetery uses; nlso Cubic Slock for
Monumental nnd Building purposes, Including
Bases, Strips, and Posts, may be found on our
yard at all times.
Our extensive arrangements for tliu produc
tion ot Marble, In the way of Ouarrjlug Ma
chinery, and Mills comprising thirty-two gangs
ot saws, place us In position to supply the
wants of tho Trade. Wholesale und Helall
Dealers, Builders, Furniture-Men, nnd gen
eral Manufacturers will nnd II to their Interest
IU Illoi in uiui i"" - '
RUTLAND MAHBLi: CO.
TtT I S S E M 51 A A. L i: K,
' ARTIST IN OH. COLOHIWI, ,
No, 100 Wkst .j!Io st., Nkvv Yokk,
Miss Lee Is Bpcnrtlng the summer In Vermont,
and will receive orders, correspond, or consult
wltnthose doslrlng Photographs. Porcclnlu.and
Ivorvtvpes, painted In oil.' Poslortlco address,
hc Jutland SUjj (Slok.
THURSDAY, AUGUST II IST.'I.
A Hock Inrlilu lleposll.
Some two; year? ngo says the Whitehall
Xeicf, there was discoveied on the slimes
ot Lake Champla'm, Yciinont, hy Mr, Hnn
son nf Philadelphia, a rich and valuable'
deposit of beautiful variegated marble. It'
varies fiom n deep icd to a palo chocolate
color, rich maiblcd and grained. It Is
very hard, and well adapted for making
columns nnd oinlmcntal work, such ns
pier or center tables, paneling, fancy
wnlnscotlitg, nml cabinet purposes gener
ally. When polished It Is not easily de
faced. The deposit was found hi beds or
strata, varying in thickness from one to
six foet. In tho report of the geological
survey of tho State of Vermont It Is paid
that ''the marble is found to be principally
composed of fragments of slratafled rock
varying in sbe from n barleycorn to blocks!
11 foot or more in diameter, which appear
to have been promiscuously piled together,
nfter which they arc cemented with a
substance having 111010 lime In Its compo
sition than the fragments themselves.
This cement has n lighter color than the
other portions of the mass which give It
Ihe beautiful starry and variegated appear
ance observable in the mosaic marble, mak
ing It ctpial In beauty to the aitlllcial
mosaic woik of lleiciilnnenni nnd Pom.
In tho new Diesel building corner nf
Wnll and llroad streets, Xew York oily,
these maiblcs are used in paneling and
wainscoting of the Interior, with aijniira
bio effect. The contrasls hi colors arc
very beautiful bill the Lake Cliamplnin
marble at once commands attention where
ever it Is encountered.
Tliu lliiitiiiry nioimiiieiit,
Tho committee who have in charge, the
construction of the monument which is to
mark the resting place at Cambridge in
Washington county Xew Yoik on the
lino of the Rutland and Washington rail
road, of Phillip Embury, tho founder of
Methodism in America, having let the
contract to Mr. Samuel Kimball, of M011U
pclier, Yt. It is to be of Rarro granite,
about !J1 feet high, divided as follows:
liasc, 2 feet ; die, fl feet I inch ; upper
die, 2 feet 10 inches; shaft, SO feet. The
base will be fl feet 4 Inches square ; die, !!
feet 8 inches ; ti)ipor die, 2 feet 10 Inches ;
shaft, 2 feet 3 Indies nt bottom, and 1 foot
1 indies at top. On the base will be the
words "Philip Embury," in large mised
letters. The other Inscription has not yet
been decided upon, but will ho put on
when the monument reaches Cambridge.
The monument tvlll cost ijcj,4.';0, and is to
be completed and on the ground by the
lfith of October. The Xational Local
Pieachcr's convention of the .Methodist
church will convene there on the 18th of
October, and oil -Monday, the 201b, the
monument will be dedicated. liishop
Simpson will deliver tho address, and lllslt
ops Janes, Wiley, and IJovvnian and several
other celebrities of the Methodist church
will be present and take part in the cere
monies of unveiling and dedicating the
The Addison County Good Templars'
Union will meet at the Good Templars'
Hall, Ilrbtol, August lfith, 1871!.
Order of Exercises
10 A. M.
OeiiMMi ExKntisus. Address of Wel
come by It. H. Marnier, Jlrhtol. Ite.-ponse
by Hon. E. 1). Warren, of Xcw York.
Reports and special Uuslnos meeting.
All members nf the order In good stand
ing are invited to be present, nt the secret
meeting In the morning.
12 1-2 P. M.
Afternoon 2 o'clock
Essay by Mls Jtuby, Teacher. Hri-tnl.
Essay "Our Singing" by E. 11. Slewait.
Short addresses by Col. John lllllcrul of
Randolph., Rev. William W. Atwater ISur
Evening 7 1-2 o'clock,
Recitation by Mbs Hannah Seahorougli,
Addresses by Rev. J, W. C, C'oxe Prin
oltml of Vermont Female College, Mont
poller. IBurso IVolct.
Reuben Kendall of Westmorland X. IL,
drives a pair of black horses which weighed
in the scale of justice, requires a three
thousand dollar bill tn balance tlicui.
John McGnvcrn of Richmond had a val
uable six-year old horse .strangled, one day
last week, by the animal getting his hind
foot over the halter, which was tied around
bis neck. He was nearly dead when found
in thu morning.
P. T. Ilarnum has n giant horse that he
is keeping nt his lesidenee in Ilridport,
preparatory to adding hhn to his menagerie.
The animal , lands twenty hands in its
stockings, and lias completed hut two-thirds
of its grow tli.
A disease resembling epizootic has made
its appearance among lite horses In Xew
Hritaln and vicinity.
Moskto.nv. Last week closed in tho
cities with a decided though not great
change in money, Rates have advanced
1-1 per cent on the best paper, and on that
class esteemed about as good, but now up
to first Jehus 1-2 per cent, Good names
were C 1-2 to 7. Strong 7 to 7 1-1 and 7 1-2
to S for the next grade. Hanks are vail
ously affected, according to the opening of
business In which their customers are en
guged ; 601110 nro pressed vvlde others do not
porceivo any Increased demand. The vvpol
interest continues to absorb capital, Tho
The market is unusually active.
Tho Xew York Hank statement looVs un
favorable to much longer continued case.
As wo suggested hist week, the turning
notnts to tho further increase ot legal.tend
er has arrivpd, and wo now, find, a tonijeicr
ablo decreaso lu this Item, ,;The ,s ljphi o,
reserve nbovo tho 23;lr'(,"tT,lKiiLEt'.1!,,I.re
nient U now 312,73'i,(l50. ,.i .' .
E'reiiks ur A'nturc,
A squash vlnJ in llic garden of Moses
Clement of Franklin N", H., is reported lo
have traveled thirteen and a half In'.hes In
forty-eight hours, but Valiglian of the La
conia Demottvt laughs nt this statement
mid says that he had a vine which went,
squashes and all, from his garden to bis
plg-ien, a distance of ten rods, in just two
minutes. He admits, however, that hi.
"rooter" is nn unusually fast traveller.
A singular freak of nature lias taken
place upon nn apple tree in lite yard nfD.i
rius Uennclt in Rlackstone, Mass. Two
good sized apples, touching each other,
have grown directly from the trunk of the
tree a few feet above the giottnd, and so
close to tho hark that It is difficult to dis
tinguish any stem. The original hud and
blossom was also In close contact with the
bark, nnd it is nn occurrence so uncommon
that many havo paid It a visit.
A Vkiimont R.viiv Snow.- It Is (imposed
to have n "baby show" nt the next annual
fair of the Lamoille county Agricultural
society. The nationality, color and dress
of llieb.ibloa lo be entirely disregarded, and
tho elements nie lo be the weight, health
and general formation of body, nnd the
contour of the face and head. Ten babies
nt least must be cnlercd, and the premiums
are i" to 1st, S to 2nd, and 3 to 3d. Dr
E. J. Hall, Rev It Herriek, .1 T linker.
Mrs. W II Ilingham, Mrs. J W Codding,
Mrs. II HMudgclt. are proposed as u list
A Svi C.vt..v Mil v A sad cnlamily 00
curicd upon Cacnov ia lake, X. V., last
Saturday afternoon. Joseph Thomas and
Chailes Roche, students at tho scniluaiy,
and three young ladles named 1'loicnce
Malloon. Miss Shelley nnd Mi-s Hull, were
011I in 11 sail boat and were capsized
in n squall. Mr. Heche succeeded in as
sisting Miss Shelley and Miss Hall to the
overt 11 1 ncd boat, wbcio they could keep
their heads nbovo water, and then discov
ered Mr. Thomas striving to aid Miss Mat
toon. lie went lo their assistance, and
tho young lady feicd him in such a man
ner ns to render him helpless, and both con
sequently sank to the bottom. The lluce
survivors were rescued about nn hour nfter
the accident by a steamboat which -was
sent to their aid.
'I'lie lor!!mifl fi-'lru Incidents.
Parties have been busily grappling for
drowned persons. Gangs of men have
been at work clearing nwoy the debris.
The smoke of the tiro was seen from
Mount Washington nnd Old Orchard Reach.
The Portland Steam Packet Company lost
hut few papers.
A large portion of Gait's wharf is solid
nnd saved, nnd a lot of the piling of both
the Atlantic and Halifax steamer wharf is
serviceable. About one hundred and fifty
men connected with the steamers are thrown
out of employment, but they will find em
The employes of the Portland Company
and the Grand Trunk worked like beavers
to save tho freight and to stop tho fire.
They procured a lot of hose, brought it
down to the Liverpool steamer's wharf,
and succeeded in wetting down the great
sheds on those wharves so that the progress
of the flames was stopped in that direction.
The Bost.'n and Maine Railroad, though
Superintendent J. T. Furber, telegraphed
to the Grand Trunk road offering to render
all possible aid. The losses of tho mer
chants whose goods were on the steamers,
on tho wharves, or in the sheds and ware
houses, range from small amounts to be
twi en 1000 and 35C0. The question 01
liability is yet to bo settled.
The e'ev.itor was on Gait's wharf, owned
by the Portland Grain Warehouse Co., of
which Hon. A. T. Gait of Canada is the
controlling owner. Mr. Gait proliably- had
nn insurance on it in foreign companies.
Tho Grand Trunk Company leased Gait's
wharf and building from .Mr. Gait, and they
underlet it to the .Maine Steamship'. Com
pany. The Grand Trunk owned, Atlantic
wharf mid btiihTingj and leased them.lo the
Portland Sleani Packet Company. The
elevator itself was valued by the' 'city as
sessors at $10,000. It cost SIM.OOO, but
the pilings and lower portion are intact,
which is at least one-third of its value.
Tho number of lives known to ho lost is
six, and all are by drowning from ofi' the
Dlrigo Mrs. Elizabeth Miller of New York
nbout -10 years of age, stewardess on Xew
York steamer Dlrigo, her daughter Mary
Louise, aged 12 years, Xettio McCarthy ot
this city, aged 17 years, Win. Matteson, a
a stevedore at work on the Dirigo, 'Frank
Taylor, Assistant Engineer on tho Dlrigo,
and Percivial O'Neil of Brooklyn, If. '.,
fireman on tho Dlrigo. A watchman on
Dirigo is missing. Several narrow- escapes
occuricd, thrilling in their recital. Some
few other nro missing, All the bodies of
thu above named have been recovered, ex
cept tho little girl Miller.
The Dirigo was 000 tons liuiden, built in
18C", and then valued at .fHflj.'OOO. She
was bought by the Maine Steamship Com
pony for $7:i,00Q, repaired nnd refitted, nnd
valued at .$100,000. The Montreal was
built in 1S."i7, Her tonnage was 1197, Mon
treal new measurement. The Charlotta was
of COO Ions, built in England, and was first
used for a mall steamer across the English
channel. During the war she was a block
ade runner, and was taken by our navy
and sold lo Xcw York panics, from whom
tho present owners bought her and had her
lilted up tor the Halifax route. The-bouse
on the corner of Atlantic vv lint f and Commer
cial street will be occupied by the Port
land Steam Packet Company as an office
for tho present. Their boal will leave
und come to Franklin wharf. The Forest
City will be ready for uso Tuesday night
H'lvu Iliinilreil Allies on IEiri'lm'K.
dipt. Hiram L. "Washburn, jr.. and
IlcnrvC. Littlotield have lelt Albany lor
Xew York, tnithig a snddle.lioise each. 011
which they propose 11 trip along II111 Xew
England sea-coast, stopping nt Xevvpoit,
Hampton, Rye Reach, and springing up nt
Wells Reich, Me., and returning to Albany
through Massachusetts. The journey vrill
cover some 800 miles, of which over MIO
will be on horseback.
0 n S A L E .
My house on tho comer of Main and WushliiL
ton street with ur without, the two houses ad
Alsu a desirable gulden lot bii the south end
MAIN ST II K'H 'I' ,
1 . '"
containing about llfty cholceJrulUrcels.
" MHS. K. Wl llUNTc'lO'i.
' Enquire ot 0, P; llun(oon','atu " n' ,M
- - i . 1 ul.ANnoxi'.JIUXTOnNU,
JUlJS3dtt , , 1