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RUTLAND, VT., TLTESDAV MOUtflNCJ. SEPTEMBER 10. 18715.
KI(JK TJOiElO CENTS.
fl. T. C i O S s,
Manufacturer nt and U mIt lu
MN1SH1N0 LUMBER, SHINGLES, I.VTIi.
I LAI-BOARDS, AND.SPIII ck lumber,
1KJH,S..SASH, II 1.1 MIS, MOULD-
IMH brackets, win
dow FRAMES A
scroll "awIiijc Of ntt kinds. Pinning, Muiehlng
iirnl Glazing done loonier, i .ml ami Mill Cor
ner of Lnlim nmJ Furnace Strr.'ts. near IT-clght
Depot, Rutland, V t. Mil) lil.lwSin.
it U'RTAIX CORNICES 0FIl7yCK
V Walnut, or nil Gilt, made to ruder, cur
tain Itlniri, Tassels and Cords. DEAIIHOH.Y!? '
I jf and Mantle Shelves made to outer, with
lintu or Moulded edges. BRACKETS suweil In i
different styles at DEARHORN'S
.:v mouldings fok picture
Framing, Chrotnos, Lithographs, iimI I
j "nT mkrmamas
vimvncT yirnxu smuts.
PATTERNS CUT TO MEASURE.
X. MERHIAM'S PERFECT FIT
. TING SHIRTS. Tins moil cointortiiblo,
durublo and economical. jcSTiliy j
D ECKEIt IlllOS. UNRIYALlTIdTm-
ANO FORTES, pronounced the llncst lu ,
tuo world. Warranted for anun ) curs, i
heciration of churches, halls ami
flood Ilmt-clafM work nt reasonable prices.
Many cars experience In the business. Come
,ind s.'e my work ,
No. I, Wales C'or. West street.
J.Midlni lititlniKl VI. ,
o, II. M II It lTTl O U Si; " '
Opposite i vnl nit House - - RUTLAND, Vr.
RUTLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY, "
Manufacturers and wholesale dealers lu
WOOD AND CHAIN SEAT
STEADS ANU CIIAII!
cornerof West anil l'wistsis,
I, Uwooti, Agt.. ' (I. C. ltce.rn.Ks, Tre.ts,
j w. IcTxcTT""
Maiiuf.ielurer and hok'saliiandretjll dealer In
sash, noons, iii.inds,
Mori.niNfiM, iii!Acki:t.s, and iiocm: rfit.
OP XVKKV DKSCBII'TIOV.
l'CIINACK STKEKT, ItlTIJlMl, VT.
Orders by mall or otherwise promptly attend,
en to. injlillf
.T. J. (IUIXDOX,
II I. A C K S .M I T II .
Particular attention paid to Hoiseshoclup. All ,
work warranted. Shop on
WKST ST., NKVU OI.IVKR Mtl'.III.K WOKKS,
ma)1d3m ItUTI.AMI, VT. t
eixcolx ikox avohics.
Mai bio Mill and Holstlnjf Machinery of Ilie.
most, Improved construction. Iienlcks and
pumplne machinery, castings and general ina
i hlnu work. "
steel and Iron Wire iwt-. t Manufacturer's
Rutland, Vt May 1, 1873. mnjlrni f
Ann u a j4k v ,
rOSMACTOll A.l niACTlCAI. SI.ATKIt,
He Is prepared to do all work promptly and
well. Orders can be left at J. II. (Iljnn'.s store I
on -Merchants' Itow, or at thu Dardwcll House. !
l;rtrcncea Hockwood llarrett, Hutland; L. M, I
Mason, President of Klrst National Hank, lie- '
Irolt, Michigan; Hon. J. M. Marvin, Saratoga i
Q.HOVEK it liAKEKS I.MI'IiOVED
SHUTTLE AND ELASTIC STITCH,
SKWrXU .VAClirXKS, Ac, itv.
At K. N. MEltlllAM'S.
OCHAP IHOX AXD STEEL, OI,l)
O Marblo Saws und Currency taken In us
chango tor Nails nt tho
mayliWm ItUTL.ND NAIL WOIIKS.
West of Lincoln Iron Works
P" uiXTfXGbclf.Inking Pearl l'ress.
New nnrt valuable Invention. Evdiy busi
ness man should havo one. Presses and outfits
irom $10 upwards, henilstamp for Catalogue of
tussch. Tvnc. Cuts. etc.
lllll.llllM A I.W., II
Kllby htreet, lloston.
NO. 15 MERCHANTS' I'.IIW,
Iron and Leadl'lpe, l'ortabliiaudsiatlonarj En
glness notary Steam, l'orco and cistern Pumps:
LeaUicr anil ltubbcr Belting; llubber Hoso and
Packing; llubber Overcoats, oioea and Jllt
tens; Steam and Water riauges; Water, Steam
aud Oas Fittings, and Fixtures, all kinds; Flax
and Hoapstonc. Packing; Cotton Waste, Plumb
STEAM, WATER AND OAS FITTINO
Done nt short notice, and nt prices adapted to
tho times i,
Rutland, May 1. 1873 myldnm
DLVMIUXO AXD OAS riTTIXO.
COPPER ASH SHEET IKON WORK.
Having leased rooms No. in, Merchants' Row,
ln8torowitUH.lt. Dyer, I am prepared lo do
nil work In my lino In n workmanlike manner
at reasonable rateb.
PI.rMRINtl AND OAS VITTINO HOODS
supplloi r.t the lowest rates.
S A T I S r A C T I O N O U A It A N T E E D
XV Orders by moll promptly attended to.
S. D. .lENNEss,
Rutland, May 29. 1 13m
rilO PHIXTEHS AXD TlMlUSIIEItS.
Tho OLOUE Paper Co., havlug iliipllenles ot
tho following articles offer them for .sale nt low
steam Engine, sultablo for running pi'cso,
Hoe card Press,
smith Hand Press,
Iron Kramo Paper cutter,
Two Itulo Mllfilng Machine,
Two Pairs News Chases,
Two Hi'tsCulunin Ruler,
Aud numerous other articles used Inn Prln'Iiig
TEAM HTOXE OUTTEU COMPAXY,
Sole proprietors and muuufiicturcrs of t tic
STflNE CHANNELING OR fJUAllRYINfl MA
CHINE, For cutting stone Into various slos nnd'ill
nienslons IN ALL KINDS OF. QUARRIES.
nmcis Asu mini-,;
JOHN W. CRAMTON, IWt;
UEOROE E. ItOYCK. Treaa.i
CHAKLBS CUHK, Hoo-y.
tnyl'ly EO. J. WARDWELU Supt.
rANTEI). Wholcsnlo Purchasing
Agents for the Ilartram Sowing Machine
tnmir nt iinnburv. Conn. Tlio latest and best
The stillest, fasten auil easiest lockstitch, self
setting, straight needle inaclilnoln the market.
Heltcr terms than any company Address,
A. DODGE, General Agent, Daubury, Ct.
W ANTED. All mul wishing to make
r r money to send for a pamphlet contain.
Ins InstructloHM, c , which everybody, should
know. J. , tilton, rimncno, Pa,
T A X 'I' K I)
Two active and energetic
MfK INSURANCE AGEXT.S
I tnsotlcll for one nt the oldes: and best Life
! IN l Ills COUNTRY.
Commission or Salary will lx paid as can bo
iiik iir.si ri:i:i:iroi:r is hik si-aik
can be secured to responsible men.
I Address, with reference,
I I'.O.V 10.1, Rutland, VI.
Atij. 13. I7.1. dlw
E E K S & II A It B E n
AT NO, 1, OPERA HOUSE BLOCK,
Keep a rull assortment of tho following
iiorsr. kviixihiiixo noons.
Fltr.NTll CHINA WAltK,
T.MII.K OISS WA111!,
sII.VKIt J'UVTEll WA11K.
I'AINTKII Tnll.lIT sl.TS, ,
TAhsr.i.s and conns.
LA.MI's A Nil r.ANTEIiS.
Wholesali' and llelall.
LAMP CHIMNEYS and 1IURKKIIR,
WHiolesale and ltetnll.
MATTltASSP.S and 1.0UNOES, and
Ilia ldlf DONE TO OltDKIt.
TrEUMOXT CEXTHAIj AXI1
'III llllll llllll ..lUllll.lJ .llllltl A.l-i,, ll.llll
villi run lis lollows, (Sundays excepted) :
I.OISli POflll ASH KIST.
U'aMi ltullnnd at 15:Mnnd 1:30 a. in., aud 12:10
nml r.:no p. in.
MAIL. Leave Ogilcnsburg at C:to p. m., St.
Albans at i!:'2i) a. in., Uurllngton at s:10 a. in.,
Port Henry nt 7:1.1 a. m Ruthiud at 12:10 p. in.,
Ilellow s Falls nt too p. m nrrlMng nt New ln
ilon at. 9:) p. in., connecting with steamer for
NEW YORK EXPRESS. Leaves St Albans at
!:iii a. m llurllnglon lu:20 a. in., arriving In
Rutland at l'J:.vi p. m.
NKIHT EXPRESS. Leaves Ogdensburg at 12:
S.", p.m., Plattsburg 3:30 p.m., Montreal 3:30 p.m.,
St. .lohus4:M p. m., St. Albans 7:20 p. m., Iiur
llngton U:1U p.m., Ilutland 12:50 a. in., Ilellow s
Falls, S:25n.m.,arrlUngnt New London at 11:15
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Uurllngton at 2:00 p.
m., arriving In Rutland at 7:40 p.m. Leaves
Rutland at 4:30 n. in.,-Pel 'ows Falls 7:4.-5 turn.,
(accommodation train), a rrl lng at New London
M IXEII TRAIN. Leaves Rutland nt 5:00 n. m.
nrrHIng In Iiellows Fulls at 10:00 p. m.
LeaM-s Rutland at 1:43 aud 6:ID a. in., and !:S0
anil 5:05 p. m.
MAIL. Leaves New Iindon at 6:00 a. m.,
Sprlngllehl S:00 a. in., lloston 7:30 a. m. Uellows
Falls 11:15., Rutland 2:30 p. m arrlMng at Port
Henry ut H:00 p. m., Uurllngton 8:00 p. m.. St.
Albans 0:40 p. in., Montreal 9:45 p. m., Ogdens
hiiig 1:4 a. m., making connections Willi trains
tor I ho West.
EXPRE-S-Lcnves Rutland at 5:05 ti. in.. St.
Albans at :55 p. m.
NKJHT EXPRESS. Leaves New Loudon nt
2:15 p. m Sprlnglleld nt f:M p. m connecting
w lih train leaving Now York ut 3:00 p. m., Uel
lows Falls 11:20 p. m., connecting with train
leaMng liostnii nt 5:3u p. in., Rutlund 1:43 a. in.,
Uurllngton 4:40 n. in., st, Albans 0:10, arriving
In .Montreal at 9:45 n. in., plattsburg at 12:00 in.,
nml Ogdensburg at 12:35 p. m., connecting with
trains lor thu West.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Rutland at 6:40 a. in.
Leaie llurllnglon at 9:uo a. in., St. Albans 12:00
in., an lilng In Ogdensburg nt 8:50 p. ni. and St.
Johns al 8:50 p. in.
MIXED Til AIN. Leaves Bellows Falls at 4:30
a. in.. nrrlMng In Rutland at 9:20 a. in.
ACCOMMODATION. Leaves New London nl
s:iun. m., Bellows Falls i!:oo p. m., arriving In
Ilutland nt 8:35 p. in.
Trains lr.uu llurllnglon going east, for Mont
peiler, Ac, at 0:55 a. in., 12:30 p. in. mid 7:55 p. in.
Trains leave Bellows Falls going north, for
While River .luucllon, &.C., nt 8:30 a.m. and
11:45 a.m., and 5:55 and 11:'.'U p. in.
l ovxi tTios!!. At Rutland with Rensselaer &
Saratoga and Harlem Extension Railroads; at
1i.-II.jwm Palls with CliCblilro Railroad; at south
Vernon wlih Connecticut River Railroad.
ilisleepliig ears am attached to night trains
I iictwceii si. Ain.iiis nun imy, nnu uurllngton
anil lUi-luu. flYI.L'H MERRILL,
si. .Mimns. I., .iiinu an. ibid.
AltI.E.M EXTEXSIOX KAII.UOA1).
CM AXQE OK TIME
, on and atlcr Monday, June 20th, 1872, trains
w in run ns louows l
MIXED. lionV'S Rutland nt 5:00 a. in., con.
nei'tlni. ut Sluto Linn w Uh train for Trov.
I MAIL Lcaics- Rutland 9.30 a. in., and mak
ing closo connections nt Chatham 4 Corners
1 HUH Indus lor Now Y'ork, Albany, Hudson, nnd
man east nnu west on u. x ,. u. it.
.MIXED. Onto Rutland nt 2.25 p. in., to Ben.
Mlnglon and Troy,
SUNDAY MILK TRAIN (wlih passenger car
i iiiiuriuu:. U'uves Ilutland at ,.30 n. m.
i Rutland to Now Y'ork 15 M
" lo Albany, .... sou
" lo Hudson 3 on
SSo lay over checks given,
ARRIVE AT RUTLAND.
i -Mall, 9.:i5p. in.; Mixed, 12.0s n, m.; mixed
i T.WI p. 111.
F. C. WHITE, fiupt.
I Rutland, Juno II, 1672, mnyldiwtt
ritACiS. AVo lmvo now In stock fin assort.
JL nient of Dciinison's Patent Direction
, Ijibels unit Merehnnillso Togs, which we will
sell at manufacturer s prices.
I Wo havo also a good stock ot " runup's so.
; curliy liooK-rags," n very convenient and scr.
' vlccubloartlclotormercUants, Among Us ad
vantages uro: ooods can be more readily m&rk
' 61111101111 any other means; tlio tag Is so so
curcly lockoil that It cunnot becomo detached
i from tho goods; no chance of the tag becoming
dctachoil from the, liooki no points projecting
to tour other guwl.s or your Ilngere. They arc,
I Bafo, strong ami cheap. Call and oxamlno
tucm. OLODE rAruit CO,
BOOK niXDINO. We ate now ready
lo rocelTd orders for all kinds of work.
I ULU1IK J-AI'lill LU,
tovcu nnrt Sin Ware.
UXX it CUAMTOX,
.Manufacturers of all kinds of
TIXWA It E,
and dealers In
PLANISHED, BRITANNIA. JAPAN.
AND WOODEN WARES
of every dcscilptlon.
BROOMS, IinUSIIES AND BASKETS.
ami a general assortment of
HOUSE EtlllNISIIIXO HOODS.
Special faelllllen for lobbing all kllidsnf
W HODEN WAItE,
TIN AND lll..ss ARE.
3WA1I kinds of a in ii.n taken In evehange for
NO. II MERCHANTS' ROW,
Rutlund, Vt., Ma.i 1, 1S7:
E ,I (I V A I.
S. G. Slnlej.of the lale tlrni of Slalej A- I.li-
rlncolt,linsiernoeii his business fiom No. 37
enlei-St., to No. 12 Men-hauls' Row, where be
has formed a coiiarlnershln wlih Messis. Dunn
k Cramlon, tinder the Una name of s. G. slaley s
SCO. lie will be pieaseu in sen an in iiisniu
customers, and ns ni(in new ones as will rami
him with it call
s 'i' a I. r. v v c o ,
No. 12, MlMClllsi.' Row.
STOVr.S AXD HOT All! lVltXACES.
Tho Slewarl und New American Cooking
Stoves, for iHith wood anil eo.il, eonslanlly on
hand. Manufactuivrsnf and dealer-. I u
SHOPPER, TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE.
P I, U M 11 I X
linn, '1'iniM, i hut i-nweis:
I'lpltlK, JMI.U ' I'll I llllfM f
TIN ROOFING AND .lollllING
Of all kinds promptly attended to. None
fcklllful and rellnbln workmen employed.
a i.i. woiik :hii:a.ti:ii
llOOKS SOUTH OlMHKOI'KIU UOfSK
g T O V E S .
CELEBRATED FARMERS' AND MECHANICS'
COOK S T O V E S ,
WITH ELEVRAT ED OVENS,
are now being madu nl the
P ITTSVO R II V i; It N ACE.
. Also fojr sizes or
l v t : i) ii o x s t o v ): n .
These Stoves, belli!.' mailn of tlio I'lttsford
Charcoal Iron, will out last any other stoves
inndc, nnd will be sold us low ns stoics made
of hardcoa Iron. Apply to.
iiug-JJilSm PiTTSioun, Vr.
UM I-'OH SALE.
The subscrlbei-s offer for salu their farm. sit.
uated about two miles from tho Milage of Bui
loiw Falls, on tlio Chester road, well known
JOHN CLARK FARM,
Containing about three hundred nnd fifty acres
otland; tw u dwelling houses, tin eo barns and
iwo ii-iium nouses, near ino rauroaii trues.
Tho tenant hoiws nru new. 1 ho lanrc farm
house lias been thoroughly repaired and paint
ed, with new plaita in iront and end, new front
leuce, nil in tuo most, suosianuni anil lastciui
munner, making It a duslrablo residence.
Nearly three-tourths of a mllo of now water pipe
from n iiuter-falllng fountain supplies nil tlio
OVER TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
has been expended within tho past two years
on buildings nnd lenees, bosldes the tenant
nouses, i nn inmi is nii.ipii ii to ino raising nt
all kinds of crops, somn Ilfty acres uro well
adapted for tobacco. Tho land Is now under n
good statu ot culllintlon, by hating been fed
out a largo uinount of hay and grain tho past
two years, which has been brought on tho
place, besides that which thn farm has pro-
uuccu. ino eastern lino is mo Connecticut
river and tho furm laying westeily, dltlded Into
pasture and tillage land, with a sufficient sup
ply ui woou ior ino premises, nuiiaieit so near
the village or Bellows Falls a tillage growing
inoro rapidly than any place within tho state,
and with its unlimited water power, which Is
fast being Improved, must continue in Increaso
In a still 1
er proiiortlon in the future makes
eslrable farm In Ihesu oaris. Pos
It tho most ileslrabk' farm In these parts.
session given Immediately, except tho mill
yard, and that In one year. Iiuiulre of thn sub
scribers on tho premises; or Joseph Wilson,
nnn oi ii, w nson a t o., near ino urjiui j nr it h
der A Hopkins, nt West Rupert, VI,
WILDER A HOPKINS.
Bellows Falls, May 1, 1S73.
OEOROE C. XEWMAX,
R E A I, EST A T E II R O IC E R ,
Office ; Derby's Ulock, 2d Floor Front.
First clnss Milage and farm property for snlo
and to lei. Money to loan ou notes, mortgages,
Ufa policies and other approved securities.
PASTURE EAXI) IN P1TTSEOHD
For salu or rent, onn hundred and twenty
fjvo acres of nno PASTURE land located one and
one-holl miles from Plllsford Village, Address
or call on E. I". HITCHCOCK, under National
Hank ot Rutland, Holland. Vt. Mayltf
J)H. CAIHiES WATER PROOF
OIL II LACK IX a,
HAnNl'.SSF.S, CARRIAGE TOPS,
HOOTS, SHOES, ETC,
Kits harnesses perfectly and provents crack
ing. Docs not fry out or gum tlio burtacc.
Softens and preserves tho leather. Excludes
the water, Excellent for boots, shoes, io
waives "Universal satisfaction. Manufae.
myiodtwtf N, fi, MARCH, Mlddlebury,
(DvowifS ami rot'i.sions.
A T. C A I) E X ,
Wholesale and Retail lLsileri In
UnoCERIES AXD PltOVISIONS,
CANNED FRUITS. PICKLES, Ac,
AND FANCY flOODS.
Also, lli'ulers In
DltY HOODS, SHAWLS, DRESS HOODS,
HOSIERY, OI.OVKS, iti'., ,te.
An assortment or
DENTS' EintXISHIXO OOOIW
Cnnil.mtly on hand.
MAIL STEAMERS HI AND
:i?-DKAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT ON THE
BANKS OF ENGLAND, IREI. NII. SCOTLAND
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN MS.
) E T E I! II i; X T r. It ' S ,
M A I X S T It E E T .
Is the place to bui
SUGARS, TEA", COFFEES, BUTTER, CHEESE,
,1'lsll, of all kinds, ORANGES, LEMONS,
FIGS, CANNED FRUITS,
at lower prices than any oilier place In town.
Try It and be eonilncd.
.MAIS STREET, (E.lsl side,)
i s r. 7 .
o i, n it E D s T i it r. .
nuocKuih's axi I'uonmxft, ,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
nia.Mtr MKHI'IUSTS' Row.
IT I. T O X M A It K i: T.
All kinds of Meats,
Fruits lu their season.
Klngsley k Sprague's Block,
Merchants' Row. 1
i: r, it r r it x r. it
SIWAU UEFIXrXn lOMI'AXr.
M WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Offer for sale all the vai Ions guides of lteilned
Sugar ot Superior Qualliy at tho Low est .Market i
Prices. A superior ipiallly of White sugar rur1
Confectioners use. Also,
STANDARD POWDERED, t
WHITE CO EE EE A,
l.'OI-'EEE EXTRA C,
And the lower grades of
) k i. i. n ir
.s- r a a u
Orders lo be addressed to our office In New
York, 70 Wall Street, Cor. Penrl.
Parlies ordering 10 barrels can hate them as.
Tehvis Tldity davs, or Cash In 7 days, less
yt per cent, discount. I
V.. G. HAXTER, j
WHAT I KNOW A110UT THEM! j
CHESTER KIXOSI.EY. i
The crop Is slim t und you will have lo hiniy j
up or loose them,
I am receiving them In large lots daily,
COMEtJUlCKI AT NOON! I
I'care, Tomatoes, Cabbages,
ic, fresu dally, uttlie
OIiD RED ST OR E.
Mercliants' Row, Rutland, Vt,
QLOSIXO OUT SAI-E
NO. 23, MERCHANTS' ROW,
I am not going to Colorado.
1 MEAN BUSINESS.
I His. of fnlr tea, for 1.00.
!1 His. of Oolong tea, 00 cents.
!1 lbs. of Hyson tea, 00 cents.
!i lbs. of Young Hyson ten, si. 00.
Other teas, 05, -10, ftO, 00. 70, 80, 1.00,
1.10, 1,20, per lb.
Any ono buying live pounds, for cusli, of tho
teas sold tor one dollar and upward, will re
celvo Ufty cents deduction. Alt other goods In
... J. E. OLYNN.
Rutland, Sept. tth, 1873. dim
S (' A T
Q R A PES .
II. W. MARSHALL'S.
jfiwtfirs & grouisions
' rinocEME; & pnos'isioxs.
(.Iiiilrn llilggi-il Iliiins, ...... IT trills nl
I Gallons best Keiiisi'ne..,.ll en
l!i lbs. Boneless Salmon I 0.1
in lbs. Lard i no
13 bars Bubblt's Soap 1 oo
The best of Butter Ui cents
Gibs', best Raisins tl W
s III". Choice Rulslns 1 0)
Hie best Japan Tea sscentx
A Sri endld Jap Tea 75 "
tiralinin Flour s "
O.it Meal o "
Suporlor Cheese 14 "
FRUITS HKCKIVF.il DAILY AT 47,
T. C. lll.'IIIIAItli,
No. 47, Mhitnn.sTs' Row.
rPEAS, from fill cents to l1.7fi; also frc-li
1 Ground ( OFFEE, al
II. W. MARSHALL'S
miOM.su: Corner of Grme anil West sts
ATTY'S X A I! O II P I C IC I, E S,
Crosse ,v Blackwell's Pickles. HuRord'n
Wnrcclershlie s.iuee. Nabob Sauce, In fact
heart all kinds of English pickles can be found
at II W MARSHALL'S
pitL'XEU.AS, I'HCXES, CIIEISUIES,
- Jl Penehes, Illockberrles, Rnspberrles,Plums
lluckleberrii".. A No, all kinds of fnilts In cans,
fur sale ut II. W, MARSHAL!,
iiiiijlil.v.i 1 liiove stris'l, Rutland, M.
, "IIM.IC IIOUX A- JIAUXOI.IA El.OPIt
I Jli very choice, for sale at
I mayliUwIj ll. W. MARSHALL
XD MAltlll.E COMPAXY,
WIIIIIKSVIV. UKVIVRS IN
III, OCK ,: SAWED MAltlll.E.
iJI'AIMilKs Ml ..s,
.1. N BAXTER, supt. WEST RUTLAND, VI
AH the griiiles of Rutland Marble,
ii ill red
TWmpP tit Kluti ,.f nrlotlN tllk'kneHHi'n
i'ii r in nil ui v
Miililel. mill lleoi intt 1 1 ,. U'nil. iiw
I well nn ceinelery om'm: uIhu culilo Htoek lor
Monuuiental anil Building purtnisHH, Including
liases, SI rips und Posls, may be found on our
3 urn ai an nine'..
our extensile amingeiuenls fur tho produc
tion of .Marble, In the way of ouunjlng Ma
chinery, and Mills comprising tlilrl-twii gungs
of saws, place us In position lo suppli tbe
wants of Hie Trade. Wholesale und Retail
Dealers, Builders, ruridture-Mcii, and gen
rrul .Miiuurai-ttirers will Und II to their Inli-iest
to favor us Willi I heir orders.
RUTLAND MARBLE CO
HAXTER XATIOXA1, HANK.
II. Hl'.MlV BVXTKII,
II. F. lJiritKor,
.1. N. BtXTKR,
T. W. I'AKK.
IIKO. E. ItOVCK,
Gsokok II. Borri'M,
J. W. Ckamios,
N. T. SniAai.-K, .lit.
Madu and remitted for at lowest Halt-., i
INTHIIKKT ALiaWKU OS' TIMli DKniSITS. '
A general Hanking and Exchange business j
11. IlKs-KvllAXTmi, Brest. J.N. Baxtkk, V. Piest, i
Gkokok R. Hotti'm, Cashier.
R O IC E R .
iiiio.ii) srr.HKr, saw vohk.
stocks, Governments and Gold bought and sold
Interest allowed on deposits. nial2dlf
Wholesale dealer In
CAI.IUORNIA WINES AND BRANDY
IMrOIITKK ANU WH0I.KSAI.K DXAI.KK
CHINA AND JAPAN TEs.
Tho altentlou of Town Agents, riiyslcUus
and Druggists Is especially called to our wine,
as ihey aro unsurpassed for medical purposes,
j coming from one of the oldest vlnejards lu
California, All goods guaranteed pure unit sat
isfactory, or lo be returned ut my expense,
CORNER ITIEtGIlT AND EVELYN, STS.,
tljindon A lluntoonS Block,)
Rutlund. Vt, null!
"jyj" I S S E -M M
AltTIST IN fill.
No. too Wi.sr .Tin
A A. I. E E,
sr., Nr.w Yoiiii,
Miss U'o Is uiiendlng Ihe summer In Vermont,
and will receive orders, correspond, or consult
with those deslilnir rhototrranhs. Porcelain, and
I Ivorytyisn, pulnteit In oil. fostomc address.
- uastlotou. uugidAnvw
U R A N U OPS N I N O
C. A. PAItKIIEItST .t CO.'S.
We h.ie In store the largest nssortment, the
greati-st lurlety of Ixith
F O It K I II N AND II O M K S T I C
U P. Y GOODS.
FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS und NOVELTIES,
of any dry goods home in thentate, und ask the
special altentlou ol'persons In pursuit ot goods
In nur linn to our stock.
We hate, selected goods for the early Fall
trade with great care, und have bargains In
ever' department worthy the attention of r
sons from far and near. Our
J A C Q U E 1. 1 S F. CORSET
is glilng uui"pialeil satisfaction. Our :iorl-
In WATERPROOF CLOTHS we have even
thing desliable, nt in lees from It 00 to 2.01 per
BLACK SILKS from l.tO to M.C.
Sll AWIJS in endless vnrlety.
KID GLOVES, .75. 1.10, 1.25, l,n, 1.75 -r
C. A. I'AllICIUIItST, i. CO.
:J! MERCHANTS' ROW,
ItT A- SIIEItMAN
i YARDS AMERICAN AND COCHECO
P It 1 X T H .
0t: I0W-. 10.W. 101c.
UM YARDS, i.i yriHPED AND POLKA DOT
C A M It R 1 C S.
15 cent", reilueed fnun IN cents.
HW LINEN SUITS, WHITE SUITS,
lu Muslin nml Victoria I.iwn, t-iMtoOnne.
iirirr .1- SHKK.VAX
Offer the most elegant vnrlety of clinic
II I. A C K G O O II S
In New Engt.iinl, at cvtitiuely low prices.
Of all kind-,, reduced tiMtu.
PAl! .MM.S, I.A1MI-.S' AND (JIIIIIUKN'S,
0vned lieu ,i-.liiv, tery lllinilsomi' ruiI elietip.
HURT'S NEW YORK SHOES.
This shoe is worn very extensively In Now
York City, and Is the best, cheapest ami bund
some.! she, in Anieiieu.
HURT K SHERMAN
Offer the largest .in.l best variety ot Dry Goods,
ami hate the best llgh'eilund largest
Sales-room lu Vermont.
HURT A SHERMAX.
Rutlund. July is, I
RIXO OOODS. SPRIXC. OOODS
KINSMAN a ROSS
! Wish to sav to the puliM that they tnivc now
0Kn for Inspection the best line of Spring
Goods they ev er offiTeil,
i lillP.ss iioillis.
HOSIERY-, OI.OVKS, Ac)
An elegant Hue nt
SILK AND WOOL POPLINS.
HUTTKRICK'S CKLEHRATEII PATTERNS'
Cil slid exiiiiilne our new line of goods.
Yours respect mil)
m) Idl) No. 3 Merchaiiln' Row, Rutland
The undersigned would most rrspectlully In
form the public that he will open on or about
September 1st, In Slaley's building,
117 C'ENTEIt HTIIEET,
it tlrst-cliiss Merchant Tailoring EstHbllnhuu-ut.
Having been connected with some oi the lend
ing houses of New York und lloston, where
nouo but tlrbt-class help am employed, I claim
to have hud such experience as cnubles mo lo
compete wiih any one In my line of business.
Foreign uud Domestic Jlolhs utwajsouhiiud,
Latest New Y'ork stjles ot Brcokfast Jockcts
and Morning Gowns uiadu loonier. Satisfac
tion guarunlccd In m cry case, ,.,
F, M, SMITH.
Hutlanit, Vt., Aug. so, dlf
C1ELERY rLANTS From Peter Hinder-
son ready on and after Juno Ui b. send In
your orders. Cabbage plants for latocronby
(he hundred or thousand f also, Oreen Peas
ready about July 1st. Flower plants, umong
which Is the, celebrated Amarantbas Hulslfcllus
or Fountain Ilant, constantly on band. Hou
nucte, wreaths tc mndo to order,
liwjMlv Near Fair Grounds
ENOIL8.--Dixon' I'cuclle,; madg .In
. the United Mates. WO much raiwrior to
.ber'sy n " h0,tl ' ower P"0'' ' Try
OI.OHE J'AWKIt CO.
Jbtfls nnrt Sininn glooms.
A n i) w k i, i, n o t; s k ,
J. H', CIlA.VrO.V, i'roprlttor.
I The HARDWELL HOUSE Is located opiwlle
inr uejKji, unu lias long ueen luioruiuy known
lo tho traveling public. It has been recentlv
improved, now affording the best ond most
ample accommodation to guests.
The TAIILE will be supplied with all the
luxuries of the Season, anil every attention will
be paid to tho comfort of Its patrons.
In the future, ns In the past, the Proprietor In
tends to make it a tlrst-clnss House affording
all the comforts of a homu to the traveler. The
public patronage Is solicited.
A OOOD LIVKllY in connection Willi Hie
Attentive PORTERS will be found ut the He.
pot on the arrival of all trains.
Junes lit Awtf
E X T R A J. ROUS E
LADIES AXD CENTS'
DINING ROOMS AXD RESTAURANT.
Good looms with new furniture.
Board by tho day, week or mouth, nt reason
It will lie conducted on the "Euroiieaii Plan,"
nnd every effort made to secure the mm furl und
patronage of the public.
HOCIW FOP. MKAI.s.
Ilreukfiist from !) to 10 o'clock.
Dinner " Uj to !( "
Supper " .5 to 8 "
Froin s to 10V n. ni., anil '.i to 0 p. in.
J.A, SALSBURV, Proprietor.
Hutlaud. vt., Aug. is, i?;:j. dim
CE DUX MO RE HOUSE,
E. P. HITCHCOCK. Pi-.oi-i'.ikhu:.
J. W. PORTER. VI ts inn:.
Hils well known and impulur Hotel, slluated
on Ibe shores of Lake Dunmoiv. baslnsui re
cently put lu thorough repair, several new
Cottages have bevu built nnd newly furnished,
and will be opened Juno 1st, lor I he reception of
boarders and tourists. ma)2Sdlf
ritHE EQUINOX HOUSE, M.v.sciir.sTKit.
JL Vkkmost. Drawlngrnonicars run tlimnuli
wiibotit change, from New Yolklo Manehe-ler,
by 10:40 it til, Train, via n. i.a lliirleiiirnllt'i'u.l.
PassetglTS by Hudson liver si eanters. leaving
New Yoik ut a p. in., eonniel al Trov with s a.
m. train, Hrrlvlngtit Mamiieslei al 101, a. in.
A train leaves Troy at r, p. in. nrrlv lug ut Man
chester at IV p. m.
Trains leave Rutland for Manchester tit 3 a.
ni., 9:30 a. in. and 2:25 p. in. on sundii)s at 7:30
a. m. Address
JylSd 1'. II. ORVI-.
IT" R E S II O Y S T E R S
II HCKl YKf It A II. V AT .,
N K W D I N I N C.
(Julun's block, and sold b Hie
.tllou, quail or
XOCH MORCAN'S SONis'
S A P O L I O
Is substitute for Soap for all lliuwliolit pill
iniscs, except washing clolhes,
S A 1 O I, I O
for Cleaning your Houso will save the lalsir of
one rlcuuer. Give It u trial
S A P O L 1 O
r Windows Is better than Whiting or Water.
No removing curtains and currwts.
S A P O L I O
cleaus Paint und Wissl, In tact the entile laiise
bclU-rtUun hoap. No slopping, saves lalior.
You can't ufforit lo be without It.
S A V O I, I O
forHcourlng Knives Is better and tit hilt than
Hath Brick. Will not scratch.
S A P O I. I O
Is better than Soap and Sand for poHshli.g Tin
ware, Brightens without scratching.
S A P O I. I O
Polishes Brass und copi-r utensils la tter lli.iu
Acid or Oil and Rotten stone.
S A P O I. I O
for Washing Dishes and Gtasswaie Is Invulu
able. Cheaper than Snap.
S A P O L I O
removes stains from Marble Manlles, Tables
and statuary, from llaninnl-heil w.iiN, anil
from China nnd Porcelain.
S A P O
I. I O
removes stains and Grease
other vvovcu fabric-.
Hum cni--ts .mil
There ks no one article known that will do so
manyktndsof woik, and do H us well, us s.i-
polio. Try Ir.
HAND S A P OLIO
n now nnd wonilerlull) elli-cUve
IOIICI SOUP. UtlVlllglllltspiill III III)
country or uiim.ul.
S A P O L I O
.tsanartlclefor Hie I'liilii.'icacbes
the foundation " of all dlrl, iih iis
tho pores ami gives a ucaiiuy no.
Hon and brilliant tint to iliesktn.
HAND S A P O L I O
Cleanses and Beautllles thcsklu,
instantly removing anv stain or
blemish from Iwlli hands and faee,
S A P O L I O
Is without a rival lu the world tor
curing or preveulliig roughness
nnd chupplng or either hands or
S A P O L I O
removes Tar. l'ltcb. Iron or Ink
stains and Oreaso j mr workers lu
Macbluo Shniis, Mines, Ac.. Is In
valuable, For lnuklug Ihe situ
Whllo and hull, uud giving to It a
"bloom ot beauty," It Is uusiir-
passed by any Cosmetic know u
HANH S A P O I. I O
costs lo to IS cents per cake, and
everynoar suouiii nave u.
will like It.
DONT FAIL TO TRY THESE GOODS.
Buy It of your merchant U ho has It or w UI
procure It for you. If not, then write for our
PwnrlN "All about Uapolto," and II will be
r' lisOCH MOROAN'M HONK
augidtwSin 80 Talk riace, New Y'ork.
(the Jutland gaily (tok.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMI1ER 10, 187,
Tltn XVi'slon 'I ragi-il)- C'ollowcd by it
Tlio Albany Kxprtu of tlilt morning
AuMitloiial Interest lins, been created in
tlio West Albany murder enso by tlio de
velopment yent'i-nlay of n little romance
which lms grow n out of Unit terrllilo ndiilr.
It will lie lemeniberuil that on the discovery
that Lnvvcnilein was tlio murderer of Wes
ton nt Won Albany, Mrs. Uowcnstein nnd
n ;.oting woman named Cochrane, who wns
living Willi tlic family, were brought to this
city nnd detained ns'wltncssc.s In the cae.
They were taken to Onllitp'a Hotel on
Washington iivi-mic, nnd ofllccr Amos R,
Walker of tlio second precinct was du
lulled to see tliat no reporters or others
communicated wlih them lu regard to the
tragedy, und to ctisuii' their being on hand
when wanted, Tho ofllccr performed his
duty faithfully, and coneiUent!y passed it
great part of the tlnin in thu ladies' society.
Thu result wns that last Saturday evening
ofllccr Walker who was n widower, and
Mary Cochrane, the principal witness in
tlio murder case, u -companicd by Mrs.
I.owcmteitt, procecde 1 to the residence of
Rev. W. 11. Rowsinii, pastor of Trinity
MclhoilM Epicopal church, No. '.'07 Lau
casler street, ni.il wcro I here united in the
bonds of holy matrimony. The witnesses
w ere Rev Henry Kelly n'f Moore's Clinton
country, n s"ct of Mr Ron font's nnd Mrs.
Lowcnstein, the wile of the murderer. 1'u
ring tin1 ceremony Mr. Lowcnstein fainted
away, and on being restored to conscious
nes" stated that the sceno reminded her of
her iiw ii marriage only four months ago,
anil of Hie terrible crime with which her
hub,iiiil is now charged. The ceremony
over, tlio newly married couple returned to
the hotel, anil the nllair was kept secret
until v csterd.iv .
Loweti.leiii, tin- inuriler. is expected next
Tile I'l'litile'-Slolie t'uri'.
'I'heri an- few pinplo vtho are credulous
in the mutter of new remedies, and hasten
at the tlrft opportunity to justify their con
llilence. Mr. l'ilaler, a resident of Nel
son street, i sueli n man. lie recently
read a statement in his agricultural paper
that n pebble-stone held in hi. month would
very much modify the cravings of thirst,
ami, a he was afraid In drink large quan
tities of Ice-water, be was glad he heard of
the plan, and determined to give it n trial.
He did so, that afternoon, selecting n nice,
smooth stone, nml rubbing it clean on the
leg of bis biicehes. Pretty toon after In
got luck In tbe hou-e, and was holding ihe
pebble in liis mouth, nnd thinking, wilh
teats of gratitude in his eyes, of lite man
vviio made the discovery, the pastor of Pil
aster's Church, together with tuo deacons
nnd n prominent female member of the
Kliidgbliiy Mission Society, made :t call,
Mr. Pilu'stcr showed them into the parlor,
where Pilaster, wilh the pebble in his
mouth, joined them. After a few suitable
nnd Impressive remarks upon the weather,
in which each ono contributed something,
and heartily concurred with what had al
ready bec'u advanced, the subject ot the
Khiiighluy Mission was brought up, and the
conversation soon became quite, animated
on the pirt of tho clorgyniean and two dea
cons and the female Khidglialuy, while Ml.
and Mrs Pil.i-ternttentively listened. -Mr.
Pilaster was sitting on a inolialr-cuslilonetl
L-lmlr. siuinuc on llio v cry edge, so its not to
injure It, and was staring lit n ntllil itiul tor
giving manner at Ihe lady, when lic'suddeii
ly experienced a tickling sensation within
Ids nostril, and, wrinkling his noe to pre
vent it, he broke out in u gurgling noise,
and the next instant his eyes prutitided, he
bounded from the chair, und threw Ids arm
in the nlr, nnd dropped down on tho lloor
nnd immediately went rolling nnd kicking
under the centre table, upsetting that ar
ticle and strewing tho lloor witli bound
books, visiting cards and wax- flowers
Then bo rolled over and reared up, and
pounded bis hecl. and turned black in the
face, and worked ids liamN, and threw his
arms. Tho people were terribly frightened.
Mrs. Pilaster and tbe member of the Khid
sliltiy Mission screamed nnd wrung their
hands, and tried to get out ol the Uoar.
Ono ot' tbe deacons got behind the stove,
nnu the minister, who Had no doubt it was a
ease of hydrophobia, shrieked above the
din, "Don't be frightened, ladies: Heaven
will protect u. ami immediately erawicd
under the sofa. The other deacon was the
onlv one to retain his pretence of mind.
He thought it was n lit, nnd catching the
untorluuate Pilaster by the slack ot the
nether garment, as he cvoluted about he
held him down, and rubbed the back nl his
head with an album. Then be called Ihe
other deacon to help Mm, and both of them
tell to riibbmg tho mt.-crubjo man, and
sounding Ids breast, and shaking Ids head,
and in the meantime Mrs. Pilaster got a
pall of water, and poured it on Ids head and
down my back. And lu the midst of
tbee ex'triinrdinaiy exertions the pebble
tame up, and rolled on Ihe carpet, without
iu-HiL' perceived, mil Air. i-iia-icr wa too
weak lo till them.
Then Ibe two deacons picked him up, and
carried him to Ids bed, and took oirhls
clolhes, anil ihe clergymen started after all
the doctors he knew Ibe names of. Mrs.
I'll.t'tir heated wider, and the female
Khidgbliivi r spread mustard plasters and
piepand onion draughts nnd ten minutes
later the vv niched patient was steaming in
a bl.inktt and smarting under the combined
t fleets of Ihe mustard and onions. Then
the doctors commeiici d to arrive, nnd pret
ty soon there were seven of them in the
room, and what they did'nt kn w- about the
else would have bci it n wicked vta'lenf
lime hunting up. The llr-t doctor said il
w as something wilh a name nil Inch nnd a
half long nnd nine joints. Then the next
nun fetched up nimething with a name still
ionger.and lie w,i fallowed by a doctor vilc
had to sit down In prom mice bis. At tld
Mrs. l'ilaster fainted dead nway, and when
she eiillie lo the s 'leu doctor vveiu calling
each other names uf twelve syllables, and
the poor lady went off again, liy this taut
Mr. Pilaster had so far iccovercd as to re
gain his consciousness and some of his
strength, and bounding out of bed with no
clothing lo speak of, other than threo mus
tard plasters and a couple of union draught',
he at once put nil entirely different apccl
on the condition ufallaii s. And hen Mrs.
Pilaster rccovclcd, and wlnn the female
member of the Kliidghluu r reeoveied,
which both of tl.em did vi In n tin y discovered
there was no one to help them, they tound
thu room eniptud. and saw- Mr. Pilaster
scraping iniulard from his leg and how ling
the most dltinul langurg,' lUseribablo He
is better to-day, we unJerstai d so th t lie
can git around on tlio sheet :t Utile. Hut
in. says tiincty-llve tons vt rocks cannot
quench his thirst for ihe blond of the nun
who llrst suggested lh.it pebble sliuit.
ITHOiTlVT lilts have become it stilled in
cessll) wlih tho Amiiiian people. Itiitetil,
calhurtlcs iilwujs have been uud ulwu.vsniusi
bo used, In some lorm, li nil iiiunLluil. lu this
counti) Ihe pllulur fonn uf adifiln'.slr-.itloit Has
been growing lu favor since pills vveiellr.st
made ot Aloes and lllininiih, lulled Into a ball.
Their high position In the piiblle eonllileme bus
finally Is eu secured ami fastened Into perms.
uencvby .Dor's caihaiili' Pills, tlio most skll..
lu) eonioluiilioii of luedlelUM for Ihe disease
they are Intended tu cure, that science can tie
Msoornrt pnsluee. 'Ihosii wanting pills, no
longer liesflnle wnat pills tu take but use
A)fr's Pill. angll I
DE.NNRSON'S PATENT SIlll'l't.NO TAGS,
OvervnomUIlons haveheeu used within thi
past ten ) ears, without couiplalutot loss by tug
becoming detached. All Expiess companies,
use them, sold by Printers nud Stutloners
GLOBE PAPER Co Hi TI ANV,
JtintMd.tvrtt Wholctule Agniu.