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THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1873.
JlAlIMXU HIS VAHDON.
Hold Attempt to Iciipt from tlm
Early on Monday morning, trunk .Smith
AdJrasscil a noto to the ofllccrs of tlio Pen
itentiary at Nashville, Tcnn., In which ho
ttnted that there was n concocted, scheme
on the part of tho convicts whereby llfly
were to effect their escape, and that ho
would under no circumstances reveal tho
secret unless he could bo assured of n par
don. They might punish him as much and
as severely as they choose, but this was
the only coHdltlon'of Us dirulgoneo by him.
He further promised that If what he would
tell was not found to bo strictly true, ho
would yield up tho pardon and undergo any
punishment they might seo tit to Indict for
having misled them. Aftor somo consulta
tion, and after vainly endeavoring to locate
leaders of tho plot in the minds of the of
ficers, tho matter was presented to Gover
nor Brown. As Frank Smith had already
served thrco years out of four, the term to
which ho had been sentenced, It was agreed
that he should be pardoned. Tho pardon
w.as taken to Smith and read to them. INot
being entirely satisfied, he asked that he
might read It for himself, and after having
perused It, he said that 11111 Smith and ham
White had concocted the plot, ami had In
tended to carry it Into execution within
twenty-four hours; that a lamo convict had
almost imwcd in two the bars connected
with one of tho windows on tho western sldo
of the prison, and that they intended to
make egress through It. Should they fill
in till', they were to kill the guard in thu
hospital and escape through It. The ward
in which Hill Smith and White were locat
ed contained fifty convicts, all of whom
were to follow them at it given signal.
Tho officers found, upon investigation,
ft ery thing ns Frank Smith had told t'lem,
and thus" tho plans of the convicts were
thwarted, This lame prisoner had
nude application to bo placed in the ward
In which ho had done tho mischief, on ac
count of his foot which had been very se
riously burned, and Hill Smith did not
scruple to tako advantago of the Idea of a
possiblo escape through him. Tho lamo
convict was to saw tho bars In two, and
while at work, sentries were so placed as
to defy detection by the ofllccrs. Warden
llrown came In upon them from an unex
pected quarter ten days previous, when see
ing a squad huddled together, lie demanded
to know what they were about. The lame
convict responded that he had only been
washing his hands, and was then wiping
them with the towel. It lias now been as
certalucd that he accomplished a trick of
legerdemain which even the experienced
ce of the Warden had failed to detect.
On the approach of the Warden, he placed
lils saws, which had been made nut of carving-knives
and so held them, under the
towel, so ns to lead to no suspicion that he
had been doing anything wrong. The cir
cumstance had hardly been mentioned be
fore the hole scenu was brought up tlv
Idly to the mind of the Warden, who had
been fully satisfied that all had been right.
Several of the bars of the window already
indicated were found to have been severed.
Hill Smith had even g.me so t.ir us to eug
gest to the other convicts the propriety of
surreptitiously obtaining pistol, and of us
ing them should It become necessary to en
sure their escape.
On receiving his pardon yesterday morn
ing from the hands of the ofllccrs of the
prison, Frank Smith thanked them all for
it, and, moreover, congratulated himself at
having been able to do them some service,
and at the sumo time to have thus accom
plished his own release. Nathritte Man
i.Aitui: i'iiickd (jatti,1.:.
'I'lielr Pedl(rriN Fiftven t'ovvs llrlui?
At tho large sale of improved cattle near
Utica, N. V., on the 10th inst. the follow
ing named cows brought the highest
KIOHT IIL'CIIKSS OF KN'M'A,
red anil whito; calved July 28, 18(10; got
by third Lord Oxford; dam first Duchess of
ucneva by second urand Uuke, seventy
first Duchess by Duke of Mloster, sixty
sixth Duchess by fourth Duke of Northum
berland, thirty-eighth Duchess by Norfolk,
tiurty-tlilrd uuclicss hy JJelvcdere, nine
teenth Duchess by second Hubback, twelfth
Duchess by the Earl, fourth Duchess by
second Kctton, first Duchess by Comet,
Duchess by Favorite, by Daisy Hull, by
ravoruc, Dy iiuudrck, ny j. iirowns lied
nun j soiu at &iu,uuu.
TKNTH DUCltKSS OF (iEXKVA,
roanj calved May 15, 1807; got by second
Duke of Genevn, dam fifth Duchess of
Geneva, by Grand Duko of Oxford; told at
TF.NTII DUCIIUSS OF OXKIIU,
red and white; calved April 7, 1773; got by
second Duke of Oneida; dam eighth Duch
ess of Geneva, by third Lord Oxford; sold
THIRD DUCIIGSS OF ONKIDV,
roan; calved March 19, 1871; got by
fourth Duko of Geneva; dam eighth Duch
ess of Thorndalc, by third Duke of Airdrle;
sold at 815, COO.
TIllRTr.ENEIt UL'CIIRSS OF THOllSUAI.i:,
red; calved February 25, 1808. got by tenth
Duke of rhorndale; dam tenth Duchess of
Thorndale, by second Grand Duko , sold for
KIOHIll DUCHF.SS OF ONKIIIA,
roan; calved November 18, 1872; got by
fourth Duke of Geneva; dam tentii Duchess
of Genevn, by second Duko of Geneva;
sold for 810,000.
NINTH DUCHESS OF ONEIDA,
roan I calved March 2, 1873; got by second
Duke of Oneida; dam twenty Duchess of
Tliorndatc, ny sixth Uuke of Thorndalc;
price obtaimd 810,000.
SEVENTH lirCHESS OF ONEIDA,
red nnd white; calved, August 3, 1872; got
by second Duke of Oneida ; dam first Duch
ess of Oneida by tenth Duke of Thorndale;
TWELFTH MAI!) OF OXFORD,
rich roan; calved October 18, 1872; got by
fourth Duko of Geneva: dam second Mal'd
of Oxford by Grand Duko of Oxford i price
TWELFTH LAOV OXFORD,
ted and white; calved December 15, 18G9;
got by tenth Duke of Thorndalc, dam sev
enth Lady of Oxford by sixth Duko of
Thorndale; prico 87,000.
FIRST Dl'CIIESS OF ONEIDA,
red and white; calved January 21, 1870;
got by tentii Duke of Thorndale; dam
eighhth Duchess of Geneva by third Lord
Oxford; price 830,000.
FOL'RTII DUCHESS OF ONEIDA,
red; calved January 17, 182; got by fourth
Duko of Geneva; dam thirteenth Duchess
of Thorndalc by tenth Duko of Thorndale;
THIRD COUNTESS OF OXFOIID,
red ; calved July 3, 1871 ; got by Baron of
Oxford; dam soiond Countess of Oxford by
second Duke of Geneva; price $9,100.
SECOND MAID OF OXFORD,
ron; calved October 22, 1802; got by
Grand Duke of Oxford; dam Oxford twen
tieth by Marquis of Carrabas; prico 8(1,000,
roan; calved July 28, 1871; got by second
Duke of Trcguntcr; dam Lady Knlghtley
second by third Duke of Geneva; prico
Tho Utica Obitrvtr of tho 12th inst. con
tains tho following reference to tho above
The silo of Hon. Samuel Campbell's un
equalled herd of thoroughbred short-horn
cattle, which. took place at New York Mills,
two miles from Utica, yesterday afternoon,
will attract, attention and provoko discus
sion throughout the world. It was tho most
important'saU of tho kind ever held. It
drew hither a number of, English stock
breeders arid numerous representatives
from Kentucky, Pennsylvania and othor
States, nnd also from tho Dominion of Can
ada. The prices realized woro exception
ally high. Tho sum of 040,000 was paid
for ono cow tho eighth Duchess of Geneva
by Mr. 1. Davis, of Gloucestershire, Eng-'
land. Tho callof this cow -was told to Mr.
Alexander, of Kentucky, for $27,000.
These figures seem fabulous, but they
were paid by men who counted tho cost be
foro they mado tho bids. In England His
impossible to sccuro any thoroughbred short
horns s not becauso there are none of the
puro blood Duchess breed in tlio kingdom
as a foolish contemporary suggests but
becauso tho owners wilt not part with them
for lovo or money. Thcro has not been n
public salo of short horns In England for
twenty years j thcro is not likely to bo such
n salo for n hundreds years to come. Tim
London Field, tho representative journal of
tho stock raisers In (Ircnt Itrltlan, attemp
ted to dissuade tho English purchasers from
attending the Campbell sale, arguing that
cattle of equal excellence could be seen In
England Hut it is ono thing to see them
and another to own tlicm, and several en
terprising Englishmen, who appreciated the
difference, wcro here yesterday to mako
Among the various breeds of men none
other equals the Scotch American In the
persistency with which he sets about the
accomplishment of a given object. It Is
many years now since Mr. Campbell a
type of that breed conceived tlio idea of
collecting a herd of pure blood shorthorns.
Ho went nbout it systematically. It was
not tho business of his life, but rather n re
laxation from business. AVhllo ho was en
gaged in It lie was making himself famous
ns n manufacturer of cottons. Ho bought
his herd at prices which seemed enormous-
I.tlhigli to Ids neighbors anu menus, out
which nppear low when compared to the
munificent sums realized yesterday. We
believe 1L',UU0 In gold was tlio iiigncsi
price which Mr. Campbell paid for any sin
gle cow in his herd. He expended altogeth
c r somewhere in tlio neighborhood of 8200,
000. 'J he aggregate receipts of yesterday's
sale were in excess of $;l."0,000. It will be
seen that tho profit constitutes a handsome
MIK UNIVERSAL SELF-LIGHTING
I, a m r .
This new household convenience Is now of
fered for sale tor the llrst time In Rutland Coun
ty, or the stato of Vermont.
livery ono who has seen It pronounces It to bo
a simple, convenient and economical Inven
tion. It works perfectly nl all seasons, nnd In any
IT IS SIM I'LK I
Always i eady for use,
and cannot get out of rep.ilr. The lump can be
quickly lighted by thn smallest child, without
rviuot lug chimney or globe, thereby
SAVINtl A (lit RAT LOSS,
lu tho break-ago of Ihoso articles.
For Sale on tho FA IK (lltol'NDS,
Hcti.ino, Vt. aepll
WntrHcjs ami cwiiry.
II A I li E Y ic I A It M E X T E-H S
S I h V E It SMITHS.
Wohavollio largest and best assoitmenl of
Watches ever offered In this market.
(it) 1 1) CHAINS.
In lunre sunnlv. einhraelnir every variety o
style desirable lor Ladles' or Oentlemens' wear.
J E W E I, It Y ,
In i ti ll ubundance, and more coming.
tUI.VEH 1LATK1I AND STEEL, FOK TABLE CSE.
our stuck Is large, nnd we sell nt low prices.
S I U V E 11 MOODS.
SILVEK SPOONS OF OUH OWN MANUFACTURE,
nOOKHS' BROTHERS PLATKD FORKS
Tea Sets, Castors, Ac, nil the best.
SI'KC T A c 1. 1: s
To lit those who cannot see well,
A new thing without frames. Very desirable.
Call and see for yourselves at
HAILKY AND PAltMF.NTKItR',
II Merchants' row,
W A L
L 1 X O F O It D
WHAT MAKES THAT BOOM SO CHEERFUL
AND ATTRACTIVE ?
Why, lean tell you; It Is hung with pictures
NEW PICTl'lli: (lALLKRV (HI
A. HILL A HON
last month. It Is up st..ui just back of tho
Millinery Department, i' they have got a
beautiful assortment, ut tery reasonable prices,
and will sell oven tho most attractive You can
get FRAMES, also, of evei , size and variety;
m, mrrj jour picuiri s 10 meal ana nave mem
framMtobeautliy your linms. call and seo
their roc. Rustic Frames. This mom also con
tains an elegant display of
PAPER IIAN01NOS, BORDERS, ETC., ETC.
All new and attractive Patterns. We have re
moved our Oil Cloths to tills room nnd added u
few pieces of woolen carpeting ut tery low
prices; oIro, Hemp Carpel, stair Carpeting,
Hassocks' Mats, ire, 4c.
Wo trust our customers will not go elsewhere
to buy Summer Goods "at cost," as we shall sell
for tho next thirty days our entire stock of
consist lug of
PRINTS, DRESS (IOODS, HHAW1.S, SHOES,
CLOTHINCi, FANCY (iOODS, ETC.,
at greatly reduced prices. As low as thoy can
bo bought In tho county.
Call and examine our elegant SUITS for tho
boys, who will attend the Grand Reunion.
Como nnd "dress up in Btyle." our stock of
aitOCERIES, FLOUIt. ETC.,
was never more complete. Wo can, as ever,
give you bottom prices on sugars and Teas
Having received 11 now invoice of our fa nous
70. Tea, wo can give a better bargain than ever
for that money. Remember wo iiavo tea for a
lower figure, but this Is OO0D TEA. The only
ma"Py 1 "?WtorS'MnT'kt'ePer 'S' "latlt lmS
Wo havo a few HATS and BONNETS, which
we will sell at cast (or less) to close.
?.urHMILku.NE,tv business has been so en
n0Una?1hliB;,,,l.,,tWB.?n.al, " mue the depart
SlenLth,rou,;n.nort ,a" and winter, so the ladles
Bon opens. We shall Improvo our assortmtnt'
as wo seo tho trade demands It doing all wo
can to accommodate our trade,
A. mil ti HON, WALLINQFOItP.
ffilothitifl uvnijshlnfl Goods.
ATES', HOUSE COHXEH.
I- O T H I X 0,
GENTS' FURNISHING MOODS,'
,11 ATS AND CAPS
Foil Till: NEXT 1.1 DAYS
In tnnke room foi
r a 1. 1. (i o oils,
MASON A" JEllKOWSKI
O L O T 11 I N' M
HUNTS' FURNISHING MOODS.
O V K It 0 O A T S ,
All grades for Menu' and Hoys' wear.
Fine lllne nnd Olive
H K A V F. It
S U I T S .
M.'W C-LL SIYf.KS.
FANCY CASM.MKltK l I IS
Of eery ili-fci Ijilluii.
ixA shot ii nllh pleasure and m,M ut pilees
that dffy competition.
A. O (.'I'NNINMIIA.M,
No. s Ckstku St., Oppusliothe Depot.
K A T
It E D V V T I O X
The great excitement now- prevailing In Rut
land Is, where can a Man, Woman or child get
tho best HOOT Oil SIIOK for the smallest
amount of money.
Now, Citizens of RutlandnndMclulty, I claim,
and do also state, that I can sell you anything
usually kept in a tlrst-elass Hoot and Shoe Store
as cheap, or even cheaper, than can bo found
this side of Iloston or New Y'ork markets.
II". 8. I'leaso call beroro purchasing else
where, and I think that you will bo convinced
(before lenvlng) thut tlm nbne statement Is
correct. Yours respectfully,
V. E. ROSS.
No. n, Merchants Row, Rutland, Vt.
Storc;rormorly occupied by French a; narrows.
JTEW LINE OF FALL GOODS,
I.ADIF.V AM) (1KNT.V
FINE HOOTS AND SHOKS.
CALL AND SKK THEM.
O. W. CURRIEII.
No. . Mkkchasts' Row, Itfn-ANii.
"A TENS' Kir
HOOTS. Whole Stock
-i.T.1. Hand made, t3M, at No, 0 Merchants'
(). W, CURI'.IEIt.
"VP"N'S' HUHHEK HOOTS, Hought be
XTJ fore the late rise, t3.M, at
O. W. CUHHIEK'S,
No. 0 Merchants' How.
visit the Hoot
and Shoo Emporium of
O. W. CURRIER.
No. 0, Merchants" Row, Rutland.
Tho next Term will commence on tlm Jth nf
TF.I.F.llltArilY STILL TAFOIIT.
This old and well known Institution Is still
In successful operation, with a full corps of
teachers, for preparing young men for college,
or for business, nnd offering unusual facilities
in Music, French, Drawing and Painting, and
other accomplishments to young ladles.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
reo Tuition la orrored to ull who graduate,
and a thorough course In branches required by
the state, together with theory and practice of
teaching. Rev. It. O. WILLIAMS,
A MILITARY COLLEGE,
ESTABLISHED IN 1334.
Has a Preparatory Department, thorough clas
sical, scientific and military instruction, good
discipline. No students under 14 years of nge,
admitted. Send for circular. Address,
PROF. CHARLES DOLE,
Next term begins Aug. ssth.
nefercnces-llon. S. M. Dorr, Charlos Clement,
Gen. E II. Ripley, Rutland. Jylsdiin
riMIE FALL TERM OF THE HUR.
L .INOTON, VT., SCHOOL
for young ladies, will open on
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th.
A limited number of boarders taken Into the
Principal's family for tho year.
For terms apply to the Principal.
References-President Angell, Ann Arbor,
Mich.; Prof. M. Petty, Burlington, Vt. ; Rev. J.
II. Worcester, I). 1)., Burlington, Vt.; Chief
Justice I'lerpolnt, Vlrgennes, Vt, ; Hon. II. A.
Burt, Hwantiin, Vt.
BARHE ACADEMY, BAHIIE, VEIt
mont. J. 8. Spacldino, LL. I)., Principal,
A. II. KoiBAi.i., A. B., Assistant Principal.
It Is the design of the Instructors to lurnlsh
young men and ladles tho most ample and
thorough culture In preparation for collegoor
business. Tho philosophical and chemical ap
paratus Is extensive una freely used. Board,
Including room, washing and Ironing, from 13.00
to J4.00 per week. Fall term begins Aug, lllst,
I8T3. For catalogue &c, apply to Prlnclr al.
jgl'RR AND HURTON SEMINARY
Fall Term begins August 30th. Excellent
opportunities for young men preparing for
College. Superior Instruction In Music and tbe
ornamentals. Terms reasonable,
Send for a
Catalogue and circular.
II II. SHAW Principal.
Manchester, Vt., July it, 1SI3. julyiWew
DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Tho co
partnership of Parker, (lUson & Dewey,
Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The
business will be continued under th nrm name
of Gllson Dewey, they assuming all the In
debtedness of tbe lato firm, and to whom nil
dues must bo paid.
K. P. OILBON.
West Rutland, ISept, 1, 1878. Bldlwtw3t
LIFE ASH t'HA NC E
No. 120 I(i:o.uwav, New York,
Has become tlio limit popular life Insurance
Coinpiny in tlio world.
AssSTS Otcr. .$20,000'000
New business during tin year 11.2 of tbe Com
panies! leproscntod In llutlniid.
Mutual life 04,937,-71;
PhuillX Mutual 2I,73I,7M
Charter Dak 12,24(l,r,9l
Massachusetts Mutual.. r,,417,7M)
North America 4,im,4Ttj
LOOAf. APVisOHV 110 Mil, OF IIUt.HESCK t
John X. Baxter,
Ncr. 1'. Simons,
John A. Mead, .M.I).
Cot. W.O. Veii7o,
Joel M. Haven,
(leo. II. llottum,
John V. cramtnn
John A. Shc'don,
Nlcholus I. Davis.
MASON Ic VAUGHN,
A II F. V E It M O X T I, I F E
I X S I It A X C E O 0 M V A X Y,
01 IICRLINOTON, VEitMONT.
omivf, vr.cK nviunsa, coi.i.mt: st..
Incoriraled October xslli, isos.
Assets January 1st. 187H. - S13!).20H.iW.
Surplus Including capital, ft 41 In assets to
eaeu si.uu in iiauu lies.
surplus exclusive of capital, tl.st In assets fo
ruuii si.ui, in iiuuiiiues.
livery desirable form of i olloy Issued at een
ruies mi uny rename company, or low er,
ENDOWMENTS AT LIFE RATES A SPE
FUe linportanl privileges seemed In till
form of oollcy.
1st. Tho term may be reduced at any lime by
id. Non-forfeiting t
l- on the natil-un nollev nlan.
hi. iuii-iuneiiinir un i no -leiniKirarv in-
suraneo" plan for the full nmmmt of the iiollcy.
4in. i no ncci ueu vauin or mo incy maj ue
received at any time after live pajments have
Mil. The deferred accumulations will be dll
ded among the sunlvlng imlley holders ut ma
ALL POLICIES ARENON-I'OIIFEITlNtl UPON
Mery policy holder will have the beneillsuf
nis own investments sccurod to mm.
Send forclreulaisof rates and plans, or call
in ni me omce nnu examine for yourscn es.
HOME INSTITUTIONS !
Itrssi'.L S. TAFT,
WARREN minis, secretary.
HUHNIIA.M & Ti:.MI'Li:.
Wo me Agents for tho follow Ingjilrst class
Fire Insurance companies.
Aetna Assets, "sa.OOO.OOO
Imperial. " 8,000,000
Home, N. Y " 4,500,000
Royal " lo,ooo,tHX)
Hartford " a,sso,ooo
Insurance of No. America, l'hlla. " 8,xA0,fl(M
Franklin " 3,400,000
Phenlx, N. Y ' 2,000,000
I'hcenlx, Hartford, 1,600,000
Springfield, " 1,000,000
Notional, ltarl ford, " soo.ooo
These are tho best known of nil tho companies
represented In Rutland, nnd since we have
represented them they l,aee paid mure vioney to
the citizens of Rutland and tlclnlty than nil
other comjHinled combined.
Tills record protes their stability and their
w llllngness to pay all proper claims.
We confidently expect a continuance of tho
liberal patronage which these companies have
Wo also represent the Travelers Ufa and Ac
cident Insurance Company. We glto abetter
and cheaper iiollcy than any other Life com
pany. Call and see,
BUIINHAM & TEMPLE.
Olllce, opera House, Rutland, Vt.
mHE RUI1SCHIRER having nchleved
X something of a reputation as a
lu theso United StU of North America, re
turns thanks for thu
by the w hole people.
Making First-class work, my speciality I
would lutlte, as many or you tvuhlug that kind
of work, to " bare a hand " and help us boost the
The Room Is uowly le-flttod nnd ro-furnlslieU,
and you will tlnd It nulto pleasant to while away
a fow fleeting moments us wo go tratellngon.
You will find my
PORCELAINS AND IMITATION roilCKLAlNH
mado up to pleaso all and at less rates than
ever. No expense or pains spared In Tools
Chemicals or nni thing going to make up
A MOOD LIKENESS
as It Is my motto to please, If I do not make a
WITH THE EXfRltlKXCK OF EIGHTEEN YEARS,
and most of that time In Rutland, I Hatter my
self that 1 am what I am,
a livinm mra asionmst you.
It O O M H 1 N
O L A RK'9 II L (I O It ,
(Conier Merchnnts' Row nml W'vei Stivets,)
JAS. O, M Kit R ELL,
. . Proprietor,
CBAfl. A. Wiluaus.
(Ute of Philadelphia)
tnnalt dwthn Assistant.
JEVI M, KINGSLEY.
BUILDERS' AND CAB IN El'
Weymouth Fine Finishing and Umpire; Cut
Nails, Iron, Steel, Chains, tfc.
BLACKSMITH'S COAl BrsT,
steel, Iron, licks, Ames' Shovels, Masting pow
dcr (got ernnichl'proof), Fuse, lJirge
IDrill Files, steel striking Hani-
mers. Handles. Ac.
MANILLA HOPE AND CORDAGE.
SAW-.MILL, CIRCULAR AND WOOD SAWS,
AND ROYNTON'S LIGHTNING
P A I X T H ,
, VainLslics, Oluc, N.md Paper, Ilrushes, Sc.
(ILAS's AND PUTTY.
Asolendldllneof Table And Pnekpt ruttrrr.
Shears nnd Scissors.
F U It X I T U It K .
Parlor Furniture, Center Tallies, Mlrrurn, Kx.
irusiuu iiwiies, imusicaas, juaiirasscs.
Spring lleils, Bureaus and Chairs.
Manufacturer of Illaek Walnut, Chestnut aurt
i-ainiea ciuimoer seis,
C A It I' K T S .
Velset, liruvsels. Tapestry. Three Ply anil In-
wrotn rnnmt. fill ,(,nl.c
COFFINS AND CASKKTH,
Au .WKTAI.Ul! HUItlAL C.VSKS.
Rutland. June 17,lst3.
U (1. KINGSLKY'S.
tn I Q
X D O X & IIUNTOON,
Wholesale nnd Retail Dealers In
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, Ac, &c, &c,
general AssorLment of
11 K I. T I N O, LACING.
TIMOTHY, CLOVER, AND
NOVA SCOTIA PLASTER,
WU MANUFACTURING: CO.'S POUDRKTTK,
A FULL LINK OV
CHEAP FOR CASH
D ARREST ! 8 OLD HT O It K
JgOOKS, STATIOXEItY &C,
SPAULDIXO & CO.
Uvn a large stock of Hooks consisting of
Of dlffcrcnt'slzcs undstjles,
Pocket Bibles and Testaments, large and small,
l'rayer Hooks, Hymn Hooks, Devotional
books, and all tho popular books
of the day received ns Boon
JUVENILE HOOKS AND TOY HOOKS,
(Jomos, Backgammon Hoards, Chesiaml Checker
FRENCH KNOLIfllt and
AM I It IC AN STATION EI t Y.
Of the latest stjles, plain and tinted.
INITIAL STAMrlNO HOME 10 OlltikK.
WHITINO I'LL IDs.
Inks In Black, Violet, Blue and Cm ml
Pens, Pen-holders, Pencils, Slates, Pocket Hooks
and W allets, IjiiIlcs'I'orte-monnales, Brack-
ets; Hall I'ockets, Towel Racks, slipper
Cases, Blacking Cases,
'V.. . "u-?,ns -ses, j.asie-s jirsiK
Slides and Shelves, Jewel stands
and Boxes lu Carted Wood,
.'Hiu-il n;iifs, t ruing
Desks and Work
""" iur n ax nowers, mass kliades, Vitse",
1 urmii mutuary, iironzn Oroups
and t ttses-Slereoscoposand Vlows.I'hotograiili
Lithographs, steel Engravings
ia Velvet, H611y Wood. Ac. All kinds of Picture
Trramlngdone to order and In theliest sttic.
N K W S I) K P O T .
Dully and Weekly Pucrs supplied,
Wn lntlto ull wishing goods In our lino In -: 1 1
nnd examine our stock berore purchasing.
SPAULDIXO & CO.,
No. 1. Merchants Row,
qtllE EXCELSIOR DIARY FOR 1S74
U Willi I'APKIl COMI'AXr,
General Wholesale Agents fur
VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE,
WASHINGTON, WARREN, I.SSEX, AND
CLINTON COUNTIES, N. V.
Why the Trade git e to Hie EvccWnr Dlaiylho
preference over all others.
1st. It Ls printed on tine rose lint paper.
ad. Tho same quality of paper Is used through
tho entire line, giving Just xs good paper in a
cheap book as In a high priced one.
3d. It Ls the best finished Diary lu the
4th. We give j ou xSSdltrerent st les to select
Mb. Quito a number of the best selling pat
terns are made by no other house.
Cth. Tho pocket-book styles nni nil arranged
to suit tho business man.
"tli. Retailers want n Diary that Is neat, at
tractive nnd saleable.
Sth. You will rind fewer of them among the
old stock of dealers, as they sell better than
any other Diary.
sth. The sale of the Excelsior has increased
more than cooper cent, in tho last four ears,
which fact shows that the retailer appreciates
10th. We give attractli'o.sIiowc.ittlsaiidpost
era, and plenty of them.
11th. They cost no more, nnd no less, than
other Diaries all lists and discounts belli
llth. Thu Excelsior Is the bent retailing
Diary offered to tho trade.
We Intend to v Islt all dealers in Diaries early
In tho season. If thcro are any, how ever, that
we do not reach, wo shall bo pleased to send
them, on application, n lino of samples to e.
amine In comparison vt 1th other goods.
Early orders are always tilled complete, tv Idle
late ordors aro apt to llnd tho assoitmert
broken, and frequently tho best selling st les
used up. It ls a good plan to put In orders early
as pay-day comes no sooner .than with lato or
ders. We can deliver goods any time nftertst
Send tu your orders for the Excelsior early to
THE GLOHE PAPER CO.,
BLANK HOOKS Am 11 specialty with
us. Wo have everything lu this line. Wo
have one of the best (If not the best) appointed
Blank Book manufactories In the stnte. F.verv.
thing Is new and In good shape, and we havo a
uuuiuiuaiKUUi I. liu Ulllicrsilllius 1110 misl'
ness in all Its details. Wo hnvn n stock of first,
class ledEer papers, and Invito banks, manufac
turing cumpanfes, Arc, to examine our stock nnd
prices. lll.uiu. fAl'Elt CO.
PRIXTING.-AnythlnR from a Cnnl to
a Book, neatly and promptly executed,
Vt 0 havo as good facilities ns any other estab
lishment In the slate. If you need anything In
Luis hu, fiiv us u trim, nuiisiuciion guaran.
iceu. iii.uni-. i-Arui CO
PENCILS. Dixon's Hound Gilt Pencils
are as good as FaberVi Round Gilt, some
say better. If no better, they desorvo favor from
being an American Pencil at lower prices.
They aro made by tho Joseph Dixon Crucible
Co., Jersey city, N, J., and w e offer them to the
iraue at inair net prices. Try xnem.
GLOBE PAI'ER CO.
WAGS. Wo offer Dcnnlson's Merchau.
X disc and Shipping Tags to Stationers and
Printers at Dcnnlson's low est prices, s "nil us
an uruer unusatisiy yourseites.
GLOBE PAPER CO,
"IUR STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
1 9 fnmrtrAatta n r,,1l linn nf ot.ntn .mn.ld
nrst-class papers, folded and flat, ruled and
plain, all weights and slies. Envelopes of all
grades and colors, drug, pay, noto, letter, cru
cial and document, all nrst-class goods and
jillirn ,un. wim i u nuuipiu 1UI.
OLOUE PAPER CO.
milE RUTLAND DAILY AND
X WEEKLY GLOBE, contnlns nil tho latest
news, Including tho telegrams of I lie associated
press, locui corresponuence, sinio news, &c,
Ko expense snared In tho editorial dennrtment.
Advertising rates low, especially for short ad,
vertlsements. The papers aro lurccr and eon
tain more rending matter than any other in tho
stale. uiAJiiu i-.sci-.K CO
Merchants uslnc printed wraimlnc will do
well to consult us before ordering, as wo make
n Inw fl(ritreu nu Vmv Vnrl- np liiiotnn iimtu.ia
and git e better accommodations In assorting
iuus vi"ia Rival, naiimr can 00 maao on
n-einni. uluhk 1'Al'ER CO,
TO DR -GOODSMEN, GROCERY'
. ,. MJt "UTCHKB8 Sf.-Wo offer tho larg
est line of Wrapping Papers, Paper Bags, Flour
Sacks and Twlnos, to be found In the State.
Best quality manllla, best quality bocusman
Illo. Best Quality straw nnner .in
weights. Best quality paper bags nnd flour
sacks warranted lull slro and full weights. No
Krlmplng. We handle these goods in largo
Qiwntltles, and our prices ara as low as others!
Mlpg some quaUty of goods. Bend us an
C1LOBE PAPER CO,
HIXHY & CO.'S
TWO MEMS FOlt llOUSKHOI.D I.'SE.
Illxnv'A French Lavnbiiv IIlcf.
BlXBV'S IlCSrSllOE IILICKI.NO,
flMIE Ml tEAT
juituiiKHA nr.ooD purifier.
Is thn most towertul cleanser, strengthener
and remoter of Olnndulor Obsiniellons known
to Materia Jfedlca.
It Is specially adapted toconstltutlons " worn
down " and dcbllltalod by tho warm weather of
Spring nnd Summer, when I he blood Is not In
active circulation, consequently gathering im
purities from sluggishness nnd linis-rfect action
of the secretive orgutis, and is manifested by
Tumors, Eruptions, Blotches, Bolls, l'ustules,
Scrofula, Ac, Ac.
When weary mid languid from overwork, and
dullness, drowsiness and Inertia tako tho place
of energy and t Igor, thu system needs a tonic
lobulltlitup and help Urn Vital Forces to re
gain their cupernllvo power.
In tho hent of summer, frequently, tho Liver
nnd spleen do not prnierly ix.-rform their tunc-
lions; the uterine and urinary organs nro in
active, piodiiclng wenknessnf tho stomach and
Intestines and a prcills'iosltlon fo bilious de
rangement. 1)1!. WELLS'
E X T 1! A C T O F .1 U It V 11 V. 11 A
Is ptcpnrM directly from the South American
Plant, and Is peculiarly suited to all theso dint,
cutties; It will cleanse tho Vitiated Blood,
strengthen mo i.ire-oiting rowers, anu reinovi
all obstructions Iroin
IMTAIRS.D ANI ESfKKnt.kl) ORU iS".
It should be fi-eelv liiken, ns Jurubeba Is liro
iiounceil by medical tvrttcrs tlio tn.isl ertlcleut
l'urlilir, Tonic ami Deobstruent known In the
whole range nt medicinal plants.
JOHN i). KEI.LOOO, IS Piatt street, New York.
Sold by Druggists, solo Agent for tlm United
Slates. Price one Dollnr per Boltle. Send for
TrORICINM CLASS. M11I0 or female,
M tm 11 week guaranteed. Respectable
emploj nient. at home, day or evening; no capi
tal requlied; full Instructions and valuable
package of goods sent treo by mall. Address,
with six cent return stamp. M, YOUNG a: Co.,
1T3 (Ireenw lch street. N. Y. septltdwtw
"VTEVER NEGLECT A COUGH. Xoth
It lug Is mnrecertnln to lay the foundation
ror rutin e et II consequences.
WELLS' CARHOLIC TAR LISTS
aie a sure cure for all diseases of the cplra
lory Organs, Sore Throat, Colds, Croup, Diph
theria, Asthma, Catarrh, Hoarseness, Driness
of tho Throat, Windpipe, or Bronchial Tubes,
and all diseases of the lungs.
In all eases or sudden cold, however lakeu.
tlieso Tabids should bo promptly and freely
used. They fqunllre the clicul.itlon of the
blood, mltlgiile the s( verity of the attack, and
will, In n very short lime, restore healthy action
to the affected organs.
Wells' Catholic Tablets uio nut up 01111 in
bluoboves. Take nosubstllutes. If they can't
be found at your druggist's, send nt once to tlio
agent In New Y'ork, who will font aril them by
Don't lio deceived ny iniiiniions.
sold by druggists. Price ss cents 11 box
JOHN (J. KELLOGG, is Piatt St., New Y'ork.
Send for Circular, sole Agent for tho United
1 H I'M' CENT. XET. Tho Iowa
i J Loan and Trust Comnanv will Invest
money on first-class Iteal Estate nt 10 per cent.
Interest, net, payable semi-annually In New
York, and will guarantee the collection of all
loans mado through Its agency. All charges
paid by the borrower. I'leaso write, before in-
esiing, lor itew lorKaiuiew r.iiviiiiiu icier
nces. and full mirtlculars. StviCKt. Merrill,
(lato Goternor of Iowa,) President. Address
JAMES B. 11EARTWELI, Secretary, Drawer 107
Des Moines Iowa septl4dw4W
mHE II EST PAPER! TRY IT! I
X The Scientific American Is tho cheapest
nnd best Illustrated weekly paper published
Every number contains from 10 to 10 original
engravings of new machinery, novel Inventions,
bridges, engineering works, architecture, im
proved farm Implements, nnd etery new dis
covery In chemistry. A year's number con
tain kit pages and several hundred engravings.
Thousands of volumes arc preserved for binding
and reference. Tho practical receipts are wen
w orth ten times the subscription price. Terms
f3 n year by mall, bpccluicns sent free. May
no nnu or an new siicuiurs.
PATENTS obtained on the best terms. Mod
els of new Inventions and sketches examined,
nnd advice free. Aitpntents nro putuisneu in
nip Mt-if-iii 1111: .Aincriciiii 11111 itiM-ik Liit't issul-.
Send for mmplilet, 110 pages, containing laws I
mid full directions for obtaining patents. I
Address for tlio Paper, or concerning patents,
MUNN A CO., 37 Park Row, N. X , Branch onice,
cor. F and 7th sts., Washington, I). C. aul4-4vv
' U L V K It
A C O.
A N 11 II K A I. r. U s I N
S T O C K S A X I) H O X D S
P. o. Box 4,323. No. 20 Nassau street.
THE MIDLAND RAILWAY Ls an enterprise
of National Importance, and the Slock and
uonas soon to oe piaceu upon iu jumii'm
stock Exchanges, will bo ns ireely dealt In ns
tlinso of tlio New York Central. Erie, and Penn
sylvania central Railroad Companies. Flvo
iiunnreu anu eiguiy-cik'iii nines ui us rauruau
are now- completedand in oisratlon. Continu
ous trains are running from New Y'ork to Os
wego, and on tho Western Extension, towards
Buffalo, tho company ls running trains so miles;
tnu reuiaiuuer 01 mu uisiiuite, ixu luiien, 111 iui
falo, ls tn course of rapid construction, nnd it
will be completed within ono year. Tho New
Y'ork and Oswego Midland Hallway will bo ono
of tho most profitable Trunk Lines running nut
of New York.
Woeonlldentlt-bellevo that titty millions nf
dollars w 111 bp mado by the stock and bond
holders In this road within it few years by the
rise 111 1110 vaiuo 01 ino property.
Tho selling value of tho stock and
uontnoi ine eiv tors central
and Hudson River Railroad Is
Tho selling talue of the slock nnd
oonus or 1110 .siitnuuii iiuiiwu;
companies. Including suftlclent
10 complete siugiu irucu 10 pin
falo, and double track east of
Mtddletown. ls Ml.OnO.ieo
Length of New Y'ork Central and
uuuson utter raiiroau irom .eit
York Centrnl Depot to Hurralo. tr.s miles.
Length of tho Midland railway.
jersey cuy 10 iiuiuiio, tin .tioni-
clalr 3i miles.
Sating oter thn Central route.... "Omlles.
sating over tnu r.nu rouiet ki mucs.
This difference of distance lu favor of tho
Midland route must always cnablo It to com
pete wttli the other lines advantageously as to
ireiglli, anu oukui lu Kit e 11 a larger snare 01
tho passcmrers than any other line. Tho early
completion of tho Western Extension, from
sclplo Centro to Buffalo, ls ensured by tho stib
scriptlonsof capitalists to a syndicate formed
10 pincuasu i,T,wti,wv ui iHjiius iroui ine coui
piiny. Thosyndlcato has guaranteed to ad
vance further means. It wanted, to complete
this road. Wo oiler torn short time. New Y'ork
s: Oswego Midland Railway Co's First Mortgage
Seven Per cent. Gold Bonds, Western Exten
sion, nt SI i-'i nnd accrued Interest in currency.
Wo aro sole agents for selling Jersey city .t
Albany Railroad company's 1 per cent, gold
bonds nt w and Interest In currency. This road
Is now In operation from Jersey city to Tappan
town,n distance of 21 mllis. Nine miles fur
ther are graded, on which Iron ls being laid.
The road will bo completed to Haverstraw with
In a year. These bonds are only Issued on com
A specially will bo made of the stock nnd
bonds of tho following companies : Now Y'ork A
Oswego Midland railway comriany, New Jersey
Midland railway company, Montclalr railway
company, and Jersey city X Albany railroad
company. Wo hat 0 now on hand n limited sup
ply of theso bonds.
All bonds and stocks Known In this market
will bo bought and sold, for cash, on orders ror
lnucstors or dealers. Wo solicit permanent cor
rosiiondcnce and agents for tho salo of these
bonds. D. 1:. CCLVEH co,
ti Nassau st,
, New- York,
In four weeks cntivns
slnir was ono aircnt'a nro-
nt on Bryant's Lilmiw 0 t'oetry ana Song ; t70
in ono weeKou ine .trip iioutieeter 9 Manual,
by Miss needier and Mrs. htuwe. Any nctlvo
man or woman eanhato an agency. J, II. FORI)
Chicago and San
Aug ti uarw4w.
LOOK OUT for the nflcun '.Inj; offer to
bo made as a Premium to . curly subscrib
ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY MAGAZINE,
To bo tinnounced next month.
Everybody will bo astonished
OOTH THOUSAND IN PRESS. SALE
eJtj increasing. ?,ooo more Live Agents
W anted for our
LIVINGSTONE its YEARS IN AFRICA,
Over 000 pages, only UA Look out for Inferior
works. Send for circular and proof of the great
est bucccss of tho season. Report Just In, 1B4
subs. In six days. IIUHIIARD BROS., Pub's, (13
CAMPIIORINE." Tho great dlscoy.
cry for thn Immediate relief nnd cure
of llheumatlsin. Neuralgia, sprains, Urulses,
1'alns, Strains, Stiff Joints, Swellings, Inflama
Hons. Bunions, catarrh. e Arc. It will not
grease or stain, and Iur ,n0 "" a luxury in
Thousands will and now testify
to its great merits, fry ft. Prtco per bottle ta
cenw, REUBEN lloYT, PropT, sol Greenwich
"TJLSINLSS A(ienls nnd Cniivasfcis
JD wanted "Lenures and Sermons,!' of
Iter. W. M. Funshon, I.I.. D. Best urn idieuiie ,'
Family Bibles, Yaps, Charts, Pictures, OUaei,
Feus, Sewing Silk and Linen 'iinead. Aiipl
for terms to 1), L, (liiernsey. l'ub. f 11111:01 dA.li
mHE HASICIXS MACHINE CO.,
X Fltchburg, Mass., Mniiuractnrcis 01
VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL
Our Combined Engines nnd Boilers nro made
In qualities and to standard guages, so that nil
parts are Interchangeable, can be run with
greater safety and lessexpenso than nnv oilier
engine manufactured. Hires Irani 1 to ii'l horse
power. WAHEROO.MS, No, IS Corllandt street,
, Y. Send for clrculur.
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iV. and Intrinsic value,
O C E A X ' S ST O It Y .
By the gifted son of the famous "Peter Paries ."
The tcsultot great historical research) An
Authentic History of Navigation and Its Mani
fold Discoveries since tho Flood. Abounds with
startllsg Incidents, fearful disasters, lawless
piracies, bloody battles and glorious nchleve
incuts; also describes diving, telegraphliik,
ocean nsherles, etc. Over sue spirited cuts.
Subject new. Prico low. Agents wanted.
HL'illiARD BROS., Pubs, 3 Washington street,
A GREAT SENSATION I Agents
XV. wanted. Cosh salary, or commission al
lowed. Strictly honorable. Address F. A.ELLN
i; Co., Charlotte, Mich. septMA;w4w
""JOMESTIC" PAPER FASIII XS
A (1 K N T S W ANTED.
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DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,
ffiHE NATIONAL ENCYCLOPEDIA
JL Completed. Speclmo t pages free. "Con
tains 11 we
Ith of Informailon" Prov. l'ress.
-ttatcliman .V Iteneitor. "We
urge nil voung people to secure lldiwork."-
Iloston Commonvvenllh. "t eful facts neeessl
bio eLsewiicre only in costly and cumbcrous
works." Boston Journal. It Is an enllie
library at small cost. Agents wanted etert
where. Address Natiosai. ENCVCI.oi'Kit 1 Pen,
Co., Tompsonvllle, Conn. sep2dA'w4w
rItlTi: for Lnrgo
GREAT WESTERN MUX WORKS.
No. 179 Sinlthtleld Street,
Breech.loadlng Shot (inns J 10 to f3M. Doilbli
Shot Guns, fs to f tot. single (Htn, n to f.
Itllles, is to nr.. Revolvers, 0 to t'i pistols.
It to f.s. nun Material, Fishing Tackle, large
discount to I'enlers or Cluhs. Armv (urns, Re
volvers, Ac, 1 ought or traded for. Goods sen"
b) express .i. D.tobe exnmliieil before p.mi
lAXVASSINO HOOKS tent fi. e for the
I NDl'.Vr.I.OPED M EST
FIVE YEARS IN THE TEltltlTOHir.s
The only complete history nf Hie tast region
between the Mlsslsslopl and the Parlfle ; It
Resources, Climate. Inhabitants, Natural 1 uri
ositles, etc. It contains S40 line engravings nr
the Scenery, Lands. People nnd curloslles 01
the Great W est. Agents are .selling from It, 1 ,
2J copies a day, nnd we send n canvassing bum,
free to.nny book agent. Address, slatltnr n
Perlence, Arc, NATIONAL PUBLISHING Co.,
Philadelphia, Pa. scpfjdAw It
MIE FIRST DIVISION OF Till.
oitki: ith: svi.k
1,3 0 0,0 011
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PRICKS IIANOK I Hot!
$ -1 T O t .1 P E R A f i: i:
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T O W X L O T S
At Moderate Prices, In Towns at li. It. i.iI1,t
Still to be had, under Homestead L.m, dun
all Lines of thlscoiiipaii.t.
ON THE MAIN LINE,
between Benson and Brcckenrldge, we also
WHOLE SECTIONS AT $0 PER Al III:
On 3,1; Y'enrs' Time, Free of Interest,
on condition that the purchaser breaks He
whole section within nj ear irom purchase and
plants forty acres In tlmber.for which the com
pany will furnish young trees or seed, For p.ir
Ijidd Commissioner, St. Paul, .Vllnni -ni,i.
Q.OODENOCOII HORSE SIIOK,
THE CHEAPEST AND II U s r
Cures and prevents all ills, ases Incident
tho horse's foot.
JUST PUBLISHED !
" RATIONAL HOHSK-SHOEINu.
with plates. Illustrating how tu peifotm mi
atlons and cure foot troubles, bent by mall 011
receipt of one dollar. Send stamp tor circular
GOODENOUCH HORSE SHOP,
sep!itA.vv:w 41 Dey street, N. ,
Q.LOHE PAPER COM PA XV
PUBLISHERS PRINTERS, .M'ATKlNl.il
HLJ.VA' HOOK MA.wr.icri'uh-ir
Hating purchased the Wholcsalo Panr mi, I
Stationery business of H. A. Sawyer, nnd the
Printing business of Jas. K. Mc Lean, w ith tin
addition of a complete Hook-lllndery, they have
consolidated the whole Into one business, and
moved tho same Into the new and commodious
"Globo Building," erected especially for tie
use of the company.
With one of tho most complete Printlnn Be
partmcnts of any establishment in the state,
under the supervision of ono of the best pract lea'
printers tn the country, they are prepared to do
all kinds of plain and ornamental work In Mu
most approved manner and on short notice
Our Jobbing Department will comprise tub
lines of Writing Tapers both folded nndllai.
Envelopes, (Note, Utter nnd Official,) Blank
Books of every description, School Books,
Slates, Pens, Pencils, Inks, Law Blanks, Cut
lery, Wrapping Papers of all kinds, Paper Bags,
Flour Sacks, Twines and Cordage, Wooden
Ware, Matches, Brushes, niicklng, Blueing,
ic, Ac. Tills Department will bo found well
stocked and worthy the attention of close but
Tho Bindery will bo under tho charge of one
of the most thorough workmen lo bo found In
tho State, and all work will be executed In tin
best style and with dispatch.
With men of long experience In charge, and
with extenslvo facilities for conducting their
business In Its several departments, they pie
sent one of tho most complete establishments
of tho kind to bo found outsldo tho cities, and
solicit tho patronage of tho Public, feeling ron
ndent that they can Insure tho wnuts of all
upon tho most favorablo terms.
GLOBE rArun CO,
TAGS. Wo nell Dennison's Tags to
Printers and Stationers at DcuuUon'a
lowest wholesale prices.
GLOBE PAPER CO.
street, N. Y.