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THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4. 1873.
said lie, this great (irand-soii may do much I
m the iut.ln-. for "Wood will tell." 1
alls were then made for Col. Joyce, !
who. however, had lelurued home, and i
r. J. niivisnF.K, rut.
of Uraudon, wa called upon, who briefly
responded, saying, that although he was
not here to speak, ho wai unwllllnir, after
being called upon, to remain silent, but
wished to add n word In lespect to the fit
ness of this monument lit indeed that Vor
should at this lata day rcvcicnce the mem
ory of this man. It Is a lecognltlon, said
lie, of the fact that Vermont remembers
him because he was gicat nud Rood.
7'iif Is why the state hi her liberality
-oes fit to render appropriate honor to his
name. Nef because Judge Chlpman was n
man of wealth but because he Is woithy of
beta? honored who formed our jurispru
dence with such greatness.
The speaker then desired to express Ills
appreciation of the liberal hospitality
shown the guests by the people of Tin
mouth nnd for the samo heartily thanked
them ns n citizen of the county.
of Rutland, after repeated culls, briefly 10
spouded, saying lie was not the person to
speak on the occasion ; that it belonged to
older and abler men j those who were bet
ter acquainted with the subject and with
Judge Chlpman. Ho rcmcmheied when
he was 10 years of ago of going with his
grandfather and visiting the Judge at his
homo In Tlnmouth. Young as he mils he
well remembered the form of Chlpman
and the Impression of his greatness thru
loft upon his mind was never effaced, nnd
that nftcr he became older lie made the
history of that man's life a oaicfiil
Joel C. Raker, Esq.. then ro.td letters
from A. If. Waldo, Esq., of l'oit Henry,
X. Y., and Henry Ballard, Eq., of Uur
llngton.dccllnlnlng the Invitations extended
to them to bo present on this occasion,
owing to pressure of business matters.
The president then announced that the
exercises of tlio day were closed. Tho
Tho procession wa3 then reformed and re
turned to the church, when tho assem
blage dispersed, each with satisfactory as
surance at heart that the day had been fit
tingly spent In rendering honor to Tin
mouth's greatest citizen and Vermont's
faithful benefactor nnd statesman.
At the adjourned meeting of the citi
zens of Wallingfnrd, held Wednesday
evening, Oct: 1st., to take further action
in regard to tho Centennial celebration, a
large number assembled at the town ball.
The comnilttco on finances reported that
the prospect for funds were very natter
ing, and the committee to decide upon the
agricultural fair reported that In their
opinion it was advisable to hold a fair.
It was voted to hold a fair in connection
with tho Centennial celebration Wednes
day and Thursday, October 15 and 10.
President of the Fair Aaron Aid
rich. VICE PRESIDENTS.
I). H. Rogers, Edwin Congdon, Judali
Rounds, Judson Pucker, Joseph Randall,
Georgo II. Harris, Joseph White.
M AIES I! AM..
Nathan P. Rounds.
0F.NEI1AI. SLTEItlNTIiNDKNTOFTIIK (HUU'ND.
flKSEKAl. COMMITTEE OF AlilJANGKMKNT.
II R Strong, I. H Warner, George H
Harris, Benj B Crapo, Isaac R Fuller.
COMMITTEE OF IIUI.IOS.
Harvey Shaw, Jacob Fuller, John K
Hitt, Mrs L L Warner, Mrs Charles (.'big
horn, Miss Cornelia Hulett, Mrs Oscar
Eddy, ;Charlcs O Stafford, Mrs E R Al
len. It was unanimously voted to invite the
people of the adjoining towns to .bring in
relics for the Centennial as well ns articles
for the fair.
The president of the f.dr announced
that the ofllccrs of the fair would meet
the committee of nrrangement and finance
committee Friday evening at tho town hall
In Wallingfnrd, to complete tho pro
gramme. It was voted to publish these proceed
ings in tho Daily Gi.mii: nnd Herald.
Gkouqe II. Haiiuis, Secretary.
District of Fnlrliiiven.
Hon. J. II. Bkomlky, Judge.
Henry L Clark, Register.
A summary of tho business transacted in
the Probate court for tho district of Fair
haven, In the month of September :
Augustus Graves' estate, Falrhaven ; up
praisal returned nnd approved.
William Hughes' estate, Falrhaven ; list
of claims returned and approved,
Hcman W. French's estate, Poultney ;
license granted J. H. Gaines, administrator
to tell real cstatu.
A. Champlln's estate, Poultney ; petition
of adniln'utrator for extension of time,
4llcd and referred to Sept. 22.
Samuel Coburn, minor ; citation to guar
Wilson Proctor's estate, Castlcton ; will
proved ; Patmella Proctor executrix ; bond
$500 j F. A. Barrows nnd J. N. Proctor
Theresa M. and Elizabeth E. Merllng,
minors, Poultney j Georgo O. Newman,
guardian ; bond 8500.
Perro G. Ludd's estate, Benson ; will fil
ed and referred to October 20.
R II Smith's estate Fawlcts appraisal
returned and approcd.
Merllng Minors, Poultney; petition for
llcenso to tell real estate, filed and leferred
to October 13.
O P Beckwlth's estate, Castleton j assign,
mcnt of personal property to widow.
A Champlln's estate, Poultney; exten
slon of time granted administrator.
Samuel Coburn, minor ; account of M II
Phelps, guardian, settled.
Alanson Carter's estate, Benson; .list of
David Andrews estate, Pawlet; will
filed and rcfened to October 20.
A Champlln's estate, Poultney ; list of
Pkusonal. Dr. Hayward ot llouton, at tho
jlenvlck House, for ono week. Chronic dlsenso
eradicated by his powerful vital magnetic treat
ment. Consultation free, octSdSd
IIENNISO.V8 PATENT HHII'I'I.NO TAOS,
Over 200 millions Uavo been usod within tho
past ten years, without complaint ot loss by tag
becoming detached. All Express Companies
use them. Hold by Prlntors and Btatloners
a lobe rArnrt co. kutland,
juncssdfiwtf Wtiolesalo Agents.
(Tlif Hr.ltthtlttl jllltltt (fttOUC.
U,,U 0UUUUUI cL,imi5 vm,
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1873.
AIIUIVAL AM) DEPARTURE OF TRAINS.
TRAINS AIIUIVK AT EfTLVND.
From ik'llcms Fulls, 1:10 ti 19:20 a. m., 1:M&
Burlington 15:40 "11:33 a. m., H:W & t:40
" I'oi t Henry, 11:32 a. m
' Bennington, tl2:M p. m., t8:20 A
" Saratoga, 11:45 a. ra., 9:00 p. m.
" Salom, 1:40 4: 19:30 a. m., t3:40 fi 4:6 p. in.
TRAINS tKlVE RCTLAND.
Tor nellovrs rails, 12:50.1-t4:30 a. in., '18:10 f 0:00
lurllngton, 1:43 & tft:40 a. In., '4:30 K S:05 p.
" Tort Henry, 6:05 p. in.
" Bennington, ls:0 4- 8:30 n. In., k t!:25 p. in.
" Saratoga, B:00 a. m & '3:50 p. m.
" Salem, 1:40 i: t:00 a. in., '1:00 X t5:00 p. m.
Mall Train tMlxcd.
Harlem Extension way, 9.05 a. m and !.00 p. m.
Eastern way, 11.40 a. in.
Tioy way, V2.40p. in.
1 roy, 12.40 p. in., 3.30 p. in., and 9.30 p. tn.
Mlvny, 12.40 p. m., 3.so p. in., una o.so p. m.
linslon, 11.40 a. m., anil 0.30 p. m.
Canada, 1.15 ). in.
Northern way, 2.ou p. in.
H.'rllii'f ( on, 2.M p. in, anil 9.30 p. in,
Sa 'atoga way, 3.S0 p. in.
.No v York, 3.30 p. in. and 9.30 p. in.
Coi noctlcut liher way, 9.30 p. m.
Woodstock way, (Singe) l.ou p. in.
Clilttcndcn, (Tuesdays nnd Salurdajs) s.oo p. in.
Htockbrtdgo (stage), l:oo p. in.
ttuilein Extension way, 9.M p. hi.
Eastern way, 2.20 p. in.
Troy way, 4.K p. in.
Troy. 1.40 n. m., 11.45 u. m. nnd l.ftO p. la
Albany, 11.45 n. in., 4.55 mid 9.10 p. m.
Iioston, 1.40 n. tn. and 2.20 p. in.
canadas, 12.40 n. m.
.Northern way, 11.33 n. in.
Burlington, 12.40 nnd 11.32 n. in.
Saratoga way, 11.45 n. m.
Now York, 11.45 a. m. ami 4.55 p. in.
Connecticut lllvcr way, 8.45 p. in.
Woodstock way, (stage) 11.55 a. in.
Chittenden, (i'uosda.vs nndsaturdajs) to.ru a.m.
Stockbrldge (stogo), 12:30 p. m.
SfMnlls will 1m promptly closed nt tne sped
Heed hour; nil letters deposited In tho street
Imeswlll ho collected at s.4.- and ll.oo :i. in.,
12.10, l.3i, n.05 and last collection for all hlgnt
mails, nl O.oo p. in. All letters deposited In the
Letter Hot nt tlio Depot will lie collected bv
Kouto Agents live minutes previous tn the do
pnrturc ot caeli mall train
DASIIKS HERE AM) THERE.
The sun sets to-night nt fi:39 ; rise to
morrow morning nt (1:01.
Rev. Mr. Pike of New York, is expected
to preach in tlio Advent church on Sunday
at 10.18 n. m., and 1.110 and 7 p. m.
Hon. I). A. Snialley, Hon. C. W. Wil.
lard, Hon. E. P. Walton, Hon. II. F. Fi
field, Hon. Daniel Roberts nnd Gen. Wil
Ham Wells wcront (lie Rardncll last even
ing. Row E. Mills will pre ic'.i In t!iu school
house, West Rutland, to-morrow (Sabbath)
afternoon nt 4 o'clock.
The covencnt meeting of tho Riptit
church will ho held tills (Saturday) nftcr
noon at 2.30 o'clock.
Rev. .1. C. Tdson, of Ilingliam, will
prcacli in the Baptlit church to-morrow
(Sabbath) evening , service nt seven
Regular convention of Vermont Lodge
No. 1 Knights of Pythias, this (Saturday)
evening at 7 o'clock. In the Oddfellows'
hall, Globe block.
The slips of tlio Riptlst church will he
printed Monday evening next. Choice of
scats will be sold to highest bidder ; salo to
commence at 7 o'clock.
The editor of The Gi.oiie desires to ex
press his heratfelt thanks to Mrs. Daniel
Clark for a mammoth ornamented cake
presented hlni from flic bountiful tables at
Tinmouth on yesterday. Also to Misses
Valentine for similar acceptable favors, all
of which nro duly appreciated.
Spaulding & Co., have for salo a valua
ble little 121 mo. volume, published by Leo
& Slicpard of Boston, being a "pronounc
ing handbook of words often mispronounc
ed nnd of words as to which a choice of
pienunciatlon is allowed," prepaied by
Richard Soulo and I.oomls J. Campbell.
With tho awkward constiuctlonof our lan
guage, the varied accepted pronounciallon
of words ending with the same Ielters, and
tho great liability to err therein, this guide
to tho correct speaking of some three thou
sand words must prove a very railc mrcum
to every one who desires to use the English
nni.ANn cot'NTY coi:i:t, sr.rrEMnKn tekm,
Ron. Hoyt H. Wheeler, Chief Judge.
Hon. Isaac C. Wlieaton.l Assistant
Hon. Hlel Hollister, )" Judges.
Henry II. Smith, Clerk.
William M. Field, Sheriff.
Friday, Oct. 3. Tho court camo In nt 8J
o'clock. The jury in tlio case of State vs.
II. E. Adams, brought In a verdict of not
Tho court will reasemb! nt 0 o'clock
Ulllltvil) Ciilll-luii, friiln).
As tho excursion train from Blnlngton,
consisting of seven heavy loaded passenger
cars, was approaching Eaglo bridge, on
tlio Troy and Boston railroad, while, it
was passing round a curve, tho engineer
discovered a heavy freight backing up tow
urds him. He Immediately whistled down
brakes, and lc versed his engine, ns dh
also the engineer of the freight train-
but not in time to avoid a collision, as
tho trains camo together with quite a
crash, tearing two platform cars, loaded
with slate, from their trveks, and tinning,
ing thu front part of tho boiler and cow
catcher of tho passenger engine but not
totally disabling It. Thanks to a kind
Providence, who was watching over, not
ono person on either train was hurt, al
tlioitch nianv wero badly f lightened, but
Superintendent white, Who had charge o
tho train, did much toward calming thu
entire paify. Tlio cars wero cleared away
as soon as possible, and we proceeded to
Eaglo bridge, and procuring another en
glue, went on tho way thankful that It was
Elijah Blackmail, in tlio employ of Plyn
Ilolton, was badly 6tung about tho face.
whllo Inspecting somo bee hives on Mon
It Is not generally known that Thomas
Chittenden, flret Governor of Vermont, was
oneo n resident of this town. Ho resided
in tlio south part of tlio town, near tho pic,
bent residence of A. O. Rlsdon. On nc
count of tho exposed condition of tho fron
tier during tlio retreat of tho American
army from Canada, in tlio spring of 1770,
ho left Wllliston with his family, and camo
on foot by marked trees through Middle
hurv to Castleton, and from thenco to
Danby, and procured u farm near tho foot
of the mountain. Ho remained hero until
the evacuation of "Tl," In 1777. lie re
presented Dauby In tho convention which
met at Windsor In July, 1777, which
framed our first constitution, nnd was n
member of the committee of safety for tho
town. He was a gicat frlcud of Captain
Mlcah Vail, ono of the first settlers of Dau
by, and nftcu visited at his house.
3. c. w.
l(.ITi:i STATES CIRCUIT COUKT.
Hon, I). A. SmiUIr, Jiulfro.
n. v. smalley, cixm;,
OEOHOE P. r09TEU, MAnSltAL.
FntDAY, Oct. U.
The United States circuit assembled nt
the United Stales court room, at 2 ocloclc
p. tn., and was opened In due form.
The following is a list of the
op.and jlt.oiis :
Cas.lcton Allen Palmer, I. W Preston,
Poultney Tims D Dswey, Calif Mon
roe, Joseph Joslln.
Plttsford-Kober R :Drnke, II F I.a
tluop. Brandon F Fairlngton, X H Eddy, S
Rulland-F Billings, O Cheney, E C
Lewis, Poller Howe, J h Billings, J W
Claiendon Peter Benson, L F Colyln.
W W Walker.
Tho following is a list of petit jurors :
Castleton D S Lincoln, II II Scrlbncr,
A II Gilswild, Henry Bishop.
Poultney Joshua A Benedict, R R
Thrill, Asa J Rogers, Wm L Krn.im.
Faliiiaven E I) Ilumphcry, V, O Fish,
J 1) Wood.
I'lttsfonl-I.uke Osgood, Thos I) Hall. R
Brandon A II lfnnpp. T I) Snillli, I) Is
Berk, A S Cook.
Rutland O Bl.inchard, II WoodnilTN S
Slearns, Charles G.Imorc.
Claiendon Xoah Fisk, John Will
math, Henry Webb, Xoel Potter.
After the usual charge to the grand jury,
the court adjourned until lo-morrow morn
ing. Allen A-Dicw, 27 Meichnnts' Row, are
selling goods at cost for 30 days, to close
out Mock : Hats, Caps, rurnMilm; Goods
and Ready Made Clothing. Good Goods
nt vny low price-.
'Oct, T)ini:ii RroTt" Tim energetic excla
mation ot Macbeth Is mentally ejaculated by
every Jiuu-culro when confronted oy thu m.mf
roldvailety nt stains and spots that dlsllsruro
articles ot iiouchoM ornament and use. Hut
thu "spots" nro not so easy to remove by ordi
nary means. A Ilttlo Sapollo brought Into
timely use causes them all to Ul-uppear as II ny
magic, nnd hrlii't peace nnd satlsr ictlon to tho
housewife mind. As cheap as cimmon soap
and a hundred times more effective.
Aiffiit liir flir Glob'.
II. L. Wilson. Pennington.
II. 1'. -Morgan, Walllngford.
Herbert Smith, 1'iictory Point.
II. s. Hard, Arlington.
M. II. Kelley, South Wnlllngrtird.
'. I', fierce, Ilast clarendon.
H. .1. Carpenter, llrattleboro.
i.lbbs K Co., Hrulidou.
Dennlson Hiollieis, l'lttsford.
V. 51. Day, Mlddlcimry.
llulus Holt, l'lttslleld.
.1. 1). Cuuer, llydevllle.
T. K. Ilorlon. Clarendon.
Ii. 1". l'cabody, l'lttsronl
Allien K Co., .Mlddlebiiry.
II. 1',. Spencer, Siitlierland I'.ilK
.1. N. Haskell, l'utrhaven.
A. L. Ki'llninr, f 'nittotoii.
C. .1. (Illmore, West ltutland.
I. , .lohlison, West Pawlet.
W.S. ll.issttt, .Mlddletown.
.lames ltlce, Pawlet.
II F. Parmenter, Jlechanlesvllle.
1). Hortnn, Mount Holly.
W. W. lllbbaid, Poultney.
P Holloa, Danby 1 Corners.
William Pierce, Danby
II. A. carter, llenson.
W. II. Hull, Wells.
0. 1'. Woods, Hollows Palls.
V. II. Ilobblns, Chester.
J". It Allen. East Walllngford
Sherman Hroihers, Ludlow.
lhown fc Clark. Chittenden
J. I). Pnrilv, Manchester.
S M southard. Vciirenncs.
n llrandon. Sentembt r 30. nt liramlon House.
bv ltuv. 1) i: ltoberts, Mr J T llemlugton mid
Miss Kate A Kelsey, both ot Salisbury.
BE A GREAT
CltOCKEliY, STONEWAltE, ETC., ETC.,
AT 9 MEI1CIIANTS' nOW,
THIS E v jixixn.
(Saturday Oct. 4.)
OHO. W. CHAPLIN, .In.
I. Dawlkv, Auctioneer. oct4dlt
r K M P L K O F FASHION
At tho recent State Fair for tho most
stylish nnd handsomest nssoitmcnt
of Millinery, Fancy and La
dles' Furnishing Goods.
BARGAINS ! BARGAIN'S !
In opening of tho sen son.
full lino of Millinery
PATTERN HATS, PLOWEHS, PLUMES, TIPS
T1IIM.MEI) AND UNTWMMEP HATS.
millions. Notts. Laces, Frames, Ac, nt prices
cheaper than out.
NOVELTIES IN ABUNDANCE.
TIBS! T IKS!
Long hlllc Windsor Ties In all shades ut lis cents
Fringed at Wo,, Polka dot T lo at 4c, and a full
and complete Iluo ot all tho latest stylos and
Hiuiiiei ai ooiiom in ices.
U N D K R G A R M K K T S .
Wn ulll wllvouu seven tucked skirt nUI.
etnliriilrlernil fMictnlsO lit 3!. tUCkCll an I Cln-
bioldeieu drawers at ti, long nigni ruoen, uuiiu
tlfully made, tt.coj children's Mips at fine., nil
worm nouoio nio money.
COIISETS AND BUSTLES,
Holts, lufants'wear, Hosler-,Laco Collnrs, ituDl
Alexandre's Kids nt tl i two buttons,
All styles nnd prices, from 25c. upwards.
Wnmiil ennilnuo to soil thosii loner, heavy
first, class pinlr switches ot ts.Trund W Linen
urnius ono yaru louu, ai suj.
JEWELRY I JEWELRY I
In abundance. Tho latest nnd handsomest
novelties In tins nan at prices lower taan over,
mndn nf linndsomo nnd best nrlllts. cut l'olon,
also, at I1.T5, nnd lots of useful, slyllsliand
chenp novellles ut . .
ASIISttty.l TB3WLV 01' rASIIWS
C II N T K It ST It BUT,
Special to the OLODE.
Tlio Collision on tho Troy nnd Huston
Besnixuton, Oct. 3.
The collision on tho Troy and Boston
rnHrond to-day (rcfened to In another
column) was caused by sheer carelessness
on the part of tho conductor nud engineer
of the freight train, who had received
orders to wait at Eaglo Bridge until flic
special train passed. Immediately upon
arriving at Troy Superintendent While
called upon Daniel Robinson, Vlce-Picsl-dent
of tho Troy and Boston railroad, nnd
acquainted them with the particulars of
accident, and he with ids usual promptness
Immediately Issued oi tiers for the discharge
of tlio conductor and engineer of tlio
freight train. B.
Waii l)r.i,AitT.Mi:.vr, Omen or Tin: 1
CuturStoNALOi newt, Wasiiixotov,
1). C, Oct. 3, 1873 S P. M. )
For tho Middle Stales, for Saturday,
southeasterly winds, higher temperature
and Increasing cloudiness. For New Eng
land northerly winds, veering to northeast
with root nnd p.nlly cloudy we.ilbei-.
Wi:siciii:stku, l'a , Oct. 3.
Daniel Jones, who murdered Xelson, In
Highland township about n month ago, has
been captured and lodged In jail last night.
Tho accused is a colored mm and 111-, vic
tim also colored.
Tho Modoc, Seafrold.
Xkw York, Oct. 3.
A Fort Leavenworth dispatch i-.iys flic
preparations for hanging flic Modocs were
finished Wednesday under tho management
of Mr. Fields, the post carpenter, nnd nil
employe of the government for the pa-l
twenty-flvo years. The election of gillowp
to hang 0 nt n time is rather an iindci tak
ing. The uprights stand about seventeen
feet bljh, surinounled by a cross-beam
thirty feet hi length. Tho pl.ilfirin is set
on pino piles, and U eight feet below the
beam, with hinged front on which tho
criminals will he-placed standing. The cut
ling of a tingle rope will upet the I luce
sitrports of the platform nnd give thu
murderers a six feet drop. Lieut. Col.
Hogg will olliclate as provost in uIial and
superintend the adjust! .-g of Hie whim-?.,
assisted by sergeaiitsiiiidiion-coniiiiis-loned
Tho execution will be public, and it Is
expected Hint nearly 100;) Indians will lie
Capture of Horse Thieves.
Xnw Yotur, Oct. '!.
A Bingliniiitoii, Me., dispatch says that
two horse thieves weie captured Tuesday
night, just over tlio Canadalinc, by a parly
of men, who have been pursuing them for
several days. The thieves showed light,
wounding several of their pursuers, and l.v
fused to surrender until both wcie d!-a-bled.
They had been depicdatlng the fron.
tier counties of Maine for some lime, and
created considerable alarm.
From Xcw York.
N'r.w York, Oct. L'.
THE nVAXOEUCAl. AIl.IANCE.
Ron William II Dodge of New York,
Rev Dr Schcnck and otbeis wcio appoint
ed honorary sccielaries. The picsulent,
Woolsey, then took the chair amidst ap
plause, and delivered an addiess. He said
hu meet here to-day because we believo in
tho communion of the saints. (Appl.ui'e.)
We believe that man in his nature ha- as
pirations, has a sense of want, has need of
redemption in One, (applause,) and that
I God is One, that in all the various unfold
Ingsol Christian character nnd Christian
life, tlicie is ono Christian character, tho
spirit ot lovo for God, and lovo of man
cstlngln Jesus Christ, our love in Ihuhope
ot lcdemption through him. (Applause.)
In conclusion as picsidcnt ho welcomed nil.
Wo wclconio the Lutheran, thechlldien of
free, heroic Swltzciland, the lepiesenta.
tlves of Franco j wo welcome thoi-o from
nit other paits of Rurope, and those who
came like tho first fruits fiom Rastcru
lands; those from Riigland, Scotland nnd
Iieland those of every name nnd race who
am here. The Dean of Canterimrv read n
letter from tho Archbishop of Cnntcibury
iraying God's blessing on tho alliance.
Rev Mr Prochct of Italy spoko of the con
dition of tlio church In Italy, and said tho
I.vnngcllenls me making yast progress
there, Tho confeienco adjourned nflern
benediction liy Bishop Bedell (ill afternoon
THE MISSINO MEN FUOMTIH: UYOMINO.
The statement Hint the ofllccrs and men
who left the steamship Wyoming in a boat
liayo been heard from, Is imfoi innately un
A Wn-hlnglon epeclnl says It is pretty
well understood that thu picsidcnt has Is
sued a pardon for two of tlio Modoc In
dians who were sentenced to ho hanged to
day. Their naniCB in c Stolid, ami B.iill-
cho. Tlio pardon Is granted on the ground
that these two wero mercenary Instrument!)
of dipt Jack In the peato commission us
sassluatlou, uiid ns tlio trials weio under
military luw, it has been deemed right to
licnt them ns private soldiers, not respond
bio for tho acts which they committed tin.
dcr orders from superior olllcers. They
nro young men who obeyed Captain Jack's
orders, but had no voice In planning tho
niurderof the commissioners.
Tho steamship India from Glasgow.
MUTI.NEE11S TO III! I'DNISIIED.
Oov. Dix expresses Ids determination to
have the mutineer members of the Eleventh
militia icglmeiit punished to tho full extent
of lhc law.
THE SriKlC EXCHANGE.
It was olllclally announced nt thu open
hi); of tho stock exchange this 11101 11I111;
tlist tho governing committee had expelled
Messrs. Grtnncll nnd Williams from tho
stock exchange for non-coinpllaiico with
Tho icpubllenn btate conmilttco met at
the Fifth Avenue Hotel yesterday after
noon and organized for thu fall campaign.
By (he Cable.
TO VISIT tCDA.
Maiihiu, Oct. 3.
Senor Salor, minister to tlio colonies,
will leave the 30th to visit Poito IUi;o nnd
FALL OF A CHIMNEY.
London, Oct. y.
A chimney 220 feet high, In Nortliflcet,
fell to-day, Instantly killing live persons
and maiming u do7.en others.
E.xctTiso unions in hianck.
Pahis, Oct. 1),
Tho city Is full of conflicting rumors In
regard to tlio political situation. The re
port which gained most rairieney anil
cau-ed tho greatest excitement was one
stating that the permanent committee of
the assembly would order that body to
meet the l"th. and the government olllcl
ids, now absent from Versailles, ordeied fo
proceed thrio Immediately, '"it n dispatch
from olllclal sourres. Versailles pronounces
it mill lie,
I'm m Chicago.
M'HINCHH IMiOSI'KCTA IN CIIKIAIII).
Cilli'Ado, Oct. !!.
l'lnnni'lnl and commeiclnl in liters hero
continue to impiove, and evciylhlng up.
poms to be rapidly sett ling hick Into u nor
mal nnd he.dlhy condition. The Kinks nro
dally ineieaslng in strength, and Die de
mand for grain Is active and prices higher.
iirxiki: PAliK HACKS.
Al Dcxlcr park yesterday, in the race for
homos Unit have never beaten 2.27, for n
purse of iJliOO, live stinted. Brother
Jonathan won in three straight' heats, Bad
ger 2J, Thomas I . Young !)d. Time 2.2,"i,
.e- ViirK Mix'ii ami itiniii'j-.Uiirlu'l.
New Vouk, Oct. a
Money at 1-ir nud Interest, clo-lng quick nl
(lold opened nt HOSj, then went down to lro.V
nail closed at 110).'.
State bonds moro active.
SU illug exchange steady nt 7(?,s '4 .
hto ks closed more nctlvo and llrnier.
Affairs In llnnnclal circle's continue to tin
prove. The closing diy of the tin ee days grace
accorded brokers In making up their prliafo
settlements, and brings with II new disasters,
beyond I he suspension of I he small broker
house "Albeit Cole." which has exercised no
liillueiiee nn the mirket, OnI one thousand
shares of various slocks be'ii-x sold out under
the ml" for il"llnqueut pa rite. There wero
(onslJ'T.inlo purchase-, lo-rlav fur n dividend
paying securities on the Euiupcm ncciniut
savliijs b.ink-,an 1 investors w ere free to buyers
Government bonds niul mcrcantll? oiillua
Hons arc being met wllh promptness.
M iney 1, ,iaed nt T per cent currency, nud T
per cent gold mi gmernment bonds, nnd MC
)i p;r diem 0:1 other good collaterals.
Greenbacks nold at ly, ier cent ircmliim
early lu the il.iv, but later Iherowils ndeeilni!
ofPir e.'iit, and at tin quit.itlons
were made at ,v&l per cent.
In anticipation ot Hi? deimn-.l for to-morrow
by manufacturers fo pay on 'heir hands the
tho loan committee to-day ca icelled over one
million bank certltlcates.
Sterling heavy and lawer. clotlnsr with actual
titistiioai at ytfiit'H for sixty days andM"V
Tho I'lisinms receipts to-day amounted to
Gold dull and heavy, dinning frum 110),' to
Vi9i and closlint ai 110.
I).ins were iniUe rnm 3 to T ivr cent, gold for
carrjlng and Il.it for boiTowlny.
Tho cle.irluis al ti.o Gold Evchaiia-n to-il.iy
Twisury disbars wrnts l)-liy nm i'inledlo
Governnienl liondsA,,-i 1.. Motiva.ieiti ind and
litKlicr. Thoj are heeomliig ns srnrce ns before
stocks were strung during a irrcaler portion
of the day and -harp .advance in prices look
ll.ice, the Ijiproveni, nl laaiflnft from 1 to Slier
rent. The largest dtulliiirs weru In Lake Shore,
Western Union and Now YorK ru11lr.1l, but ail
active business win done In some of Hie othnr
shares. lathe investment list n general ro
j covery tool; place and a larger business was
daiia than usual. At tho close mere was a
slight reaction In exceptional enses and llm
general market leaving olT strong nt the htsh
est point of the day. Wustern Union advanced
:i' ; Lake shore, ; Ntw Veil: Ccnliai, Cfi
Harlem, C , Delaware, Iu'kawanna nnd West
ern, a and Hoel; Island, 3. L'tprcss shares
wero liluhur and Moderate dealings.
The following ari'Ithe closing quplntluiis :
I). S. Cs 'St re-j li2)HiCleveland. colum-
V. H. Cs 'a- coupon. 115 1 bus ,t Clu 1.1
l'. si. iwjih 'C2 ies..io)'i,N. .1. Central.... w
t'. S. 6-sns 'ivj coup. los,ij Hock Island '.i.'Sj
r.s r-aos'iUcoiip.loi'ii.Mll.A;M. Paul sa;4
l'. s. Mm V,.i 0I1I..110 ' do, preferix'd. . . Mij
l'. H mos Vi iiew.l 1.1 'T. W. W W
ll.s- r,-Kis'c; lit do. pi-elerrcd..
I'. K Mils 'i.s 11:1 I Kurt Wu.wie SC.
II. S ts new lusja Alton ami Teno
II, S. ID-ins ies....lii-s Haute to
I' y. itMiH coupon. liis.'s ' do. prcierreil... '-'7
cm renev c.s mi', L'ldriiguK Alton., si
Helawiiie uiidlluil- 1 do. preferred... Wi
sou Canal ItUSi Ohio ti Mississippi, so
Mailposa 'l)i l.,I.uik. K West, inf
ill juef Huston, Hartford A
CanK n M lirlo l'
Coiisi lidiiied roul 4I, C. c. k ludlnna
CiunLerlalid .0 1 Central S3,';
Western I nlon 'C. II. A ij sa
Telegraph Mi, Hannibal .v Ht. .lo-
Quicksilver is I seph 2.1
do. lurlerrcd. 25 Central I'acllic... U.Jf
raeinc :i.ui z'i i iuuu i-uciui;
Adams Kxpress... S3
Wells, l-'m ri . CO. r-s,','
Unlled Mules Kx-
New Voik Central
,V II. Ii. II..
HI'.. Ln. as
W", I.a. lis new,
lu.'.j l.uu-0 Us..
1H I do.
HU I Ala. ns,
Michigan Cciiti al.. 7.1 do. D's
Panama 1)7 ,Ga.os
Union IMcltle so', do. 7'n
Lake bhore .V Mich Snei lullnx
Sj 7.v,iNurth Cuollna as. J2
nilnolsCciilr.il.... I'S i do. new.
Cleveland: I'll to- .South Carolina Cs..
biirir 0 do. now,
Chicago a North- Itocliaiige, long.. .107
wesien i,l)o. Muit W(
do. nrrferivd. oi4
son Yorli iroiliuo .tlnrlci'l.
New Yokk, Oct. 3.
corTOs Market Is 111 111 with u fair export
demand, closing quid and easy at HV lor
1'i.oi'ii. Heeeipts, lt;,Col bbls. Tho market Is
scarcely so active, hulppliu grades aru very
scat co wid lending ud good anil cholco brnnus
aru very dull and lius.iwnble. Sales v,7lo libls
5.7IK6 R.1 for biiperUne Western anil Mato;
ikuieiaia ror coinuiouto good Hxtra vvesterii
and slate ; fos.v$7 29 for good to choice do;
7 2.1 us on lor common to cholco whllo wheat
wesleru extia; fGb.Mu sou for common 10
good extra Ohio i Jii 7a tl" u for common to
cholco cxiiu M. Louis, The market closing
Hvu l'l-Ofii. Thu mailiet Is In moderate re
quest nnd without decided change, at ft 7Sji
CoiiM Meal. The market for corn menl Is
less uctlvii nud without decided changn at (3
20.oo for Western : J3 inAi4 00 for Brand),
Whiskey. Tlio maiket Is tenrco and de
cidedly ilrmerui il.io.
Wheat. Itcctipts0.2,iis bush. Tho market
Is 2j3o lower. Thero Is a vpry heavy dllllculty
lu selling foreign exchange materially for
checks. Tho e.xpo.t demand ot millers only
buying to a very moderate extent. Sales of
13i,oki Lush tl K3..U 41 for No, 2 Chicago ; $ 137
(4 141 forlovvu spring; ti.44iorcl.oko norlh
western spring ;i 40 lor lair do; JI40K lor
No 1 Minnesota ilfllti-' 01 fir winter rot west
ern;lcifor amber Michigan ; luifijl 45for
N.o 8 Mllwaiikeuifl lllol'Vflilto spilag;(121
for rejected sprlug. Market generrll closing
"hve'-TIio market Is quiet. Sales ot 0.000 btibU
at no 95u for western.
11AUI.KY. Th inarkit Is tlrin. Sales S,M0
bushels western ut about f 1 42J,'.
Haiu.kv Malt, .viuiket Is in fair request.
Sales :0,00a bushels Cannda ut14K,l 4b.
Conn. lticiiplsC9,70i bushels, i ho market
dull und lower, bales of 73.00J bushels ut C20
nio lur Meaner Western mixed . mi to r,vf
far sail do, or0) for high iilxed and Yel
low vv;suin;os for irhiio western t 6.VC for
d imaged tn si ore,
OAis-lticelpis tj,3 0 bush, Tho markotls
firmer und uctlve. H les of S9.OJ0 bushels at
Blrtbso fur now and wesiern uvUed ; CIO for
olddolu storo; msm wlittn western 1 t8'3M
(JMijC tor black western.
Hons Tho market Is weak at St to ssc for
state nnd prime i -7c a ss for Canada and West
ern ! -7c s II7K tor Southern.
Hni-s Tho market U quiet and steady.
Coifke Mnrket is dull nud uucnanseil.
ltlo nt sui&iuc, Stock ot do on hana;ss,lfs
HcoAn. Market Is dull and unsettled nt'tii
(IS for 1 cflnlnt. Stock on band, 81,059 hhus ;
CI.001 botes ; 317,000 bags.
Monssi-s. '1 lie market Is dull and In buyers
favor. Cuba clajed at S9'iS3j muscovado re
llnlntratusSC. lues Market Is quiet, small sales ot Carolina
1'KTnoi.t.L'M. Tho market dull and quiet nt
B5'4ty ti r crude j 17 for refined.
l'oiiK. The innikut Is steady! new mess at
$17 to U.1SK.
HEtF. Market Is quiet nttSBOiSlo for plain
mess: tio owjn 03 for extra do.
1 1 K 1; r Hams. Market Is quiet at tls3.300 for
common to prime lots.
TiuncK llEKi Market inrm!H100i-J19 00for
prlmo mess ! tis wui to 00 for India mess.
Cut JIkats Market w ithout material change
middles steady! long clear iitHWrW..
Hun. Market Is quiet i old western steam
on spot quoted ut s.7-10j kottlo rendered ut
lluTTKn. Market Is fair rouqost and steady
nttoascfor rulr to prlmo western; and so
(35 for fair to prlmu Mate.
ciikkse. Market Is stead) ut laifQlSfor
fair to prlmo sisto factory.
tv.vrr.itTon'M u.mo.-v i.ivi: stock
Cor tlio vv.-olc muling; Sepli HO, IS?:I.
AMOCST OK MVK STOCK AT MAKKKT.
Cattle. Sheep It Lambs Sw Inc.
This week 1039 8379 sa
Lust week r.13 12211 m
(i.injcarngo na 6,2sa Hi!
Nt'MBKItrnOM TIlESKVEnAL STATES.
Cattle, SiiecpALambs, Hoi-ses, Calves.
Canada .... 71
And 211 shi lie.
Number of enrs over tho dlirerent roads Iios
ton anil Lowell ci!, Kltchburg M, i:,islern2i
Prices of in.irket llcef A few choice !9 7MJ.10 !
extra $9 W w I) M)j Ilrst quality $7 NV, S.W; sec
ond quality tfxiiiw. liilru quality HcSen.
Prices 01 sioro cattle Working own V pair,
from JUKI, HM, 17rH;t225.
Mlleli cows and calves from30c0i exlrai'-s
isa. Farrow Cows fl.v,jao.
Yearlings $lo,l8i two years old 20iS2sj three
ears old f.HM4S.
swine N01 iliern dressed hogs, r,,ic V lb.
Prices ot sheep and lambs lu tots, wool sheep
2 2.1, 13, .i ss, $J M each i extra fl ft V head,
iu irom 4'6o v lb.
Spring lambs 4)v'g6o V lb.
V eal calves H(316.
Prices of hides, tallow nnd skins Iirlcfhton
hides no VI lb: country hides 8$e V H.
Brighton tallow r-assjcVU'l tsiuntry tallow
Pells it 7,1(52 .10 each.
Lamb sklus wj 7W each: calf skins lfw-'isc
ct-AssiriCATios or caitle vp suEEr.
N. P. Beef Cholco grades Includes nothing
but stall-led 1100 to HOD lbs bullocks. Kxtra
and first quality Includes tho best, largo fat
oxen. Second and third quality Includes oxen
and two and three year old steers.
Mieejv Kxtra Includes cossets, and when those
of Inferior quality aro thrown out.
Cattle Cattle il -ures nro lo::o head Hits week
all from the North, There Is not manifest
ly any life 10 tho trade. Kvery butcher was
calculating to buy at lower rales, holding on to
their money. They aro buying cattle jc lower
Mils week. Camo selling at market for less
than they can bo bought for lu tho country.
This Mate cf affairs cannot last. Plenty of hay
In the coutury, und farmers will not send lu
stock nt present prices to any extent. Hough
ton & Wilcox sold 14 steers, lo dress 700 lbs each
at 8c V lb 1) W ; 2 heifers, to dress tMt lbs each,
nt" lie, M T Mi.ickett sold 13 steers to C Went
worth, to dress 710 lbs, ,it s'c ; also 1 1 steers to
S uovrnnl at samo price ; 3 ut 7c, to dress from
mitoteoibs each, o K Taylor so.d 9 siu.illiiit
lie, tu dress 460 lbs each, at 7c V lb I) v. I) Mc
Carthy sold two and three year old cows from 7
Sneep and Lambs. Tho dullest market on
Lambs we have noticed for 11 year 0110 butcher
says "that the money market Is tight; that
banks don't liko tu let out their moucy at ordi
nary rates, and must know their man thorough
ly beloio they part with It." Lambs luivo been
sold to-day us low as4,VeVlb. Wo heard of
only ono lot selling at 0c. Trade for meats V ery
dull lu tho city. Houghton A' Wilcox so d co
cl I sheep at 4jc V lb, average 77 lbs. II Dow
sold no .ambs at sc, average 04 lbs. 11 balder
son sul 1 ii34 lambs, average 74 lbs at ,1c. s 1)
Allen sold 11.1 sheepand lambs nt 12 7.1 V head.
I'ouliry 1) 'atcrs are getting only Ibc lb for
best old turkevsj mlxtd lots of fowl ihnnges
hands at I2),i13c. A fair supply In market.
Very lew expected next week In consequence ot
heavy supply of dressed slock.
E M O V A L
Hllnv lug made arrangements with Mr. I'. N.
Men lain at No. 19 Merchants' itow, to occupy
the s.itne store with him, notlco Is hereby given
that 1 have removed my stockef
F.s'lLY COTTAOK OliOANS, r.TC,
to that place, where may be found, at all times,
a large stock nt prices and terms to suit,
.yCnll andexniulne iliein.
GK0110K (J. HAY".
Ilutland, Ool. 1, 1'73. oet2dlw
JEW STORE: NEW GOODS!
Mils. II. D. STEVENS,
iJMircessur to. Miss It. Mower.l
Wniild rcspi-clfullv Invite your attention to
COMPLETE STOCK OF GOOIIS.
which she Is selling ut the very lowest prlcei,
LACES, LACK VEILS, LACE HAItll",
WOIISTEH A- WORSTED l'ATTEIINS
IIAMlll'HCi A NEEDLE WOKK,
REAL HAIR SWITCHES A- CURLS.
A full line, of
OHILIIUHN AND INFANT'S CLOTHINO.
niibon, Fiathet-K, Flonr ami lint.
And mnny other things usually kept In a First
FANCY OOOUS STUHE.
Please call and examine befuro piireliaslng
P E It A ROUS E
.io.vfl.i r 1: VExi x 0,
" What I Knoie About )""
J. JOSHUA JENKINS. ,
ADMISSION, S&C. RESERVED SEATS, ftac.
PRUNELLAS. PRUNES. CHERRIES,
Peaches, Blockberrtes, llasiiberrles,liums
Huckleberries. Also, all kinds ot fruit In cans,
fortalnnt U. W. MARSHALL,
moyldvviy Orovo tret, Rutland, Vt,
Dn. S. W. SMYTH,
Having established himself permanently In
ltutland, and ror the better convenience of his
patients, ho has removed hU offlco from tho
Bardwell Houso to tho '
I1AXTEH NATIONAL DANK BLOCK,
wheru ho may bo consulted daily (except Fri
days) freo of chargo.
Offlco hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. , nnd 0 to 7 p. tn,
To those who may bo unacquainted with tho
particulars of my practice, a brief explanation
might not bu unwelcome. During tuo vvholo of
my professional career, my tlmo and attention
has boon oxcluslvcly dovoted to. tho study and
Investigation of diseases ot the IrJfe 11H, NA
SAL CAVITY, THIIOAT, LUNa.iphd CHLST.
and derangements or tho NEHVOL'S SYSTTOr.
My specialty embraces tho eradication of CWi.
Mtimpthn, Catarrh, Throat Mum, affections 01
tlio Vixut Organ; Atthmw, and all Larinjtcal,
LroncUtat and i'ufmonary Comjitaint ; tho re
moval of btafnttt, Wtchargtt from tho Kar, and
tho truatmcnt of all diseases leading to linurat
MUitu, or tho loss or Impairment of -Wroiu an
Myolllco Is provided with evory practical Im
provement and advantage foundod by tlio ad
vanced stato of medical sclcnco for tho relief ot
human suffering. Patients coming under mj
caro for treatment may oxpoct to receive every
benefit guaranteed by science, skill and a com
To the I'cblic, 1 havo to say that I do not
consider It necessary at this tlmo to present to
your notion further testimonials of tho nuocess
of tho now method of treatment I advocate.
Having, durlnglho past six months, given you
statement! and reports from the most rellablt
peopla In this vlllago nnd vicinity, should cer
tainly glvo thosn who nro still suffering con
fidence enough to employ ono who Is no univer
lir Consultation free and terms within tbi
reach of nil.
9. W. SMYTH, M, D.
Jintois ami ttdt(inr.
J)RUOS, MEDICINES, CIIKMICALS
PATH N T MEDICINES,
I.AHOK STOCK .IL'ST HECKIVKP
No. 1 a ,
CiiNim: Stkkkt, RirTLANH, VKHMONT
KRANCIS FENN & CO.
Q ARATOCt A WATERS. All kinds, by
I J tho Bottle or Case, and star Spring Watei
nn draught nt
niANcis flnn a co-s.
POCKET CL'TLERV at
J. V. KENN A CO-S.
DR. ALLEN'S DYSENTERY SYRUP
WUI cure you. Trv It.
V. KENN JC CO.
7?OOT. RASE, REGULATION
jl iiuiiDer 11.111s anu Clubs nt
K, FETNN CO.
of nil descriptions, at
F. FENN & CO'S
rpOILET ART1CL?:S ut
A. F. FENN & CO'S.
TRUSSES and SHOULDER BRACES
X at F. FENN s COK.
TYOLL CARRIAGES. HOYS' CARTS
XJ and vv heelbnrrnvvs. nt
F. FENN A- CO'S.
RY DAY BRINGS
S O M E T RING
N E W
All ttiose who wish can now hav
DELIVERED AT THEIlt HOMES,
SODA AND SARATOGA WATERS,
CELEBRATED SIPHON BOTTLES,
As.sparkllng nnd ns pure as drawn from the
FOFNTAIN AT MY COl'NTEII.
Tall and examine at
11 MERCHANTS' ROW,
AI.I1ERT W. HIGGIN8,
HEEP FOR SALE.
A nock of 2W nuro Spanish Sheep, of the "Don
Pedro" and "Iinprovid l'.iular" bleeds, belong
ing to tho estate of the Into Joseph Sheldon of
Falrhaven. Also bonne lambs, 2ft yearlings. In
line condition for shipping; 100 lino breeding
cvrcs nnd 8 slock bucks. Will I w sold altogether
or lu lols to suit cu-nuner. For further partic
ulars, call iqioii, or address
S. U BAILEY, Ahm'b.
sep!9illf Falrhaven, Vermont.
S A I. E
A ilrst-class sate llro and burglar Proof com-
blued 0110 of "Herring's Patent Champion," In
perfect working order. Will be sold for less
ihan lis real value. Apply at tho Baxter Na
piftdtt O. H. POTTC.M.
P O R S
Tho subscilber has
A L E !
Candy apparatus com.
nrlslng 11 comiiletu outut for manufacturing
candy, which ho will sell for less Ihan ono-halt
tho original cost. Also, ono heavy Truck Wa.
gon, very cheap i und one pair of Double Work
HEO. W. CHAPLIN, Jn.,
i) .Merciunts' now.
Rutland. May !.
My house on the corner of Main and Washing
ton street with or without tho tvvu housesad
Joining. Also a desirable garden lot on the south end
M A I N H T It K E T ,
containing about mty cholco fruit trcets.
MH8. E. W. HUNTOON
Khqulre of C. F. Iluntoon, at
LANDON i HUNTOON'S.
JEWELLING HOU--E AND LOT
F O 11 8 A LK.
Tho subscriber offers bis House and Lot, situ
ated ou rrospoct timet, lor sale. The houso
was erected within ufoiv years, und has eight
rooms, water in iuo nmt anu occonn svoncs,
nnd a garden tinder good statu o( cultivation,
The prcmlacs will bo sold cheap.
a . YoyNO,
DRT & SHERMAN
CHOICEST DRY GOODS
THIS SIDE Of NEW YOKK
11c. lie. 11c. He.
Ginghams, Hi; to 14c. Pound Print", 5C., 8yds.
lu a pound. Best Feather i Ick, 25c. Ltuiles
Vests tl.OM.tl.Ux.fl 25, $1.10 MM.
i hu Lustbf SMI. All Sllet.
2,000 Y'AUDS NEW DIIESS OOOD?
' TOR THE
TWENTY-FIVE CENT. COUNTER
nnd an elegant stock of
German lUaek Broadcloth and Doetlin:
la short, everything usually found ln a Qrtt
class Dry Goods Establishment.
HUKT'S SHOES. '
HURT 4. SHERMAN.
Sept. 27, H73.
jTTEW GOODS. NEW GOODS.
KINSMAN A" BOSS
have now ln storo a largo nd flne. stjck of
NEW FALL GOODS.
Kipclal attention Is called lo ourntock of
BLACK ALl'ACCAS, MOHAIHS,
CASHMERES AND SILKS.
w Men wo are nolllng at v ery low price-).
Intact, to make a long story short, we think
any person w lshtng to purchase Dry Goods, will
tlnd It for their Interest to look at our slock be
KL'Trmtrcirfi ia ttehss.
OH1C1NAL ONE l'HICE STOKE.
No. 3, Merchants' How,
Idly RUTLAND, VERMONT.
O It A N D O P E N I N O
C. A. PARKIIURST & CO."S.
We have In store the lnreest assortment, tho
greatest variety ot both
F O U E I O N AND DOMESTIC
D It Y 0001)8,
FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS and NOVELTIES,
of any dry goods house lu the state, and ask the
special attention of persous In pursuit of goods
In our line to our stock.
We have selected goods for tho early Fall
trade with great care, and have bargains In
every department worthy tho attention of per
sons from lor and near. Our
Is (riving unequaled satisfaction. Our assort
In WATERPROOF CLOTHS wo have eve ry
thing desirable, at prices Irom fl no to I2.0J per
BLACK SILKS from VM to H.00.
SHAWIA In endless variety.
KID OLOVEM, ,7ft. 1, 0, l.!ft, l.W, 1,75 P"r
C. A. PARKIIURST, & CO.
33 MERCHANTS' ROW,
ootsi and wocji.
jT.W LINE OF FALL GOODS,
INDIES' AND flENTs
FINE ROOTS AND SHOES.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
O. W. rt'llllIER.
No. . Mekcuasts' Row, HCTHSn.
,f ENS' KIP ROOTS. Whole Stuck
ltj. Hand made, 3.N), at No. 6 .vierehaiit.s'
O. W, ITHKIEH.
MENS' Hl'lillKIt ROOTS, Rouu'ht be
lore the lain rise, 3.fto, at
O. W. CURRIER'S,
No. t Merchants' Row.
I EVERYBODY Should visit the Root
ll and Shoo Kmporluai of
O. W. CUHII1ER,
No. s, Merchants' How, Rutland.
Q. II E A T REDUCTION
SThe great excitement now proTalllng In Rut
ud Is, where can a Man, W uiiiun or Child get
the best BOOT OK SHOE lor tho smallest
amount of money.
Now, citizens of Rutland and vicinity, I claim,
and do also state, that I can sell you anything
usually kept In a Hrst-claks Hoot Hnd Shoe store,
as cheap, or even cheaper, than can be found
this side of Boston or New York markets.
il'. H. Please call before purchasing else
where, and I think that you will bo convinced
(before leaving) that thi above statement Is
correct. Vows respectfully,
No. ft. Merchants' How; Rutland, vt,
Ktorcjformerly occupied by French ,c Barrows.
BO K BINDING. We aru now, ready
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