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THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 31, 1873.
AHUtr.Hi AND IlKPAllTUllH OK TIlllNH.
TIIAINS ARRIVE AT HCTLAKP,
From Bellows Falls, 1:40 tc t:20 a.m., '2:20
" Burlington 12:40 A ll:M a. m., 12:60 A tT:00
" 1'ort Henry, "11:32 a. in and 7:00 p. m.
" Uennlngton, 112:03 p. m., 18:!0 '10:05 p.
" Saratoga, '11:45 a. in., 0:00 p. in.
" Salem, 1: 10 tS:30 a. in., 13:40 A '4:65 p. In.
TRAINS LEAVE RUTLAND,
For Ilellows Falls, 12:50 .V 3:!0 a. in., '12:10 A 1 3: 10
" liurllngton, l;Wfi 18:40 n, in., '2:30 4: 5:05 p.
" l'ort Henry, 5:10 a. in. nnd 6:05 p. in.
" llennlngton, mOQAVfcno a. in., 12:25 p. in.
Saratoga, 5:00 n. m., A "3:00 p. m.
Salem, 1:40 A 19:00 a. in., '1:00 16:00 n. m.
Mall Train IMtxcd
Harlem Extension way, 8.43 a. in., and 2.00 p. in.
Eastern way, 11.40 a. in
Troy way, 12.40 p. in.
Troy, 12.40 p. in., 2.40 p. m., and 0.30 p. m.
Alb.iny, 12.40 p. m., 2.40 p. m., and 0.30 p. m
Ho Hon, 11.40 a. 111., and I'M p. in.
Oanadas, 1.15 p. in.
on hern way, s. p. in.
ll.vrllnglon, 2.00 p. in. and o.so p. 111.
Saratoga way, 2.40 p. 111.
No v York-, 2.40 p. in. and 9.30 p. m.
i' mnectlcut River way, 9.30 p. m.
Wojdstock way, (Magi-) l.no p. in.
Chittenden, (Tuosilajsnnd Saturdays) J.oop. in.
MtoJkbrldgo (stage), 1:00 p. 111.
Harlem Extension way, 10.05 p. in.
Eastern way, 2.20 p. m.
Troy was, St p. m.
Troy, 1.40 a. 111., 11.43 a. in. ami 4.55 p. m
Albany, H.4.") a. m., 4.55 and 9.10 p. in.
Boston, 1. 10 a. 111. and 2.20 p. in.
ranad.is, 12.40 n. in.
Northern way, 11.32 n. in.
liurllngton, 12.40 and 11.32 a. In.
S iratoga way, 11.45 a. 111.
New York', 11.45 a. 111. mid 4.65 p. in.
Connecticut liu cr way, 8.45 p. in.
Woodstock way, (stage) 11.6? a. in.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays und Sa'urdays) 10.80 a.m.
StflCkbrldge (stage), 12:30 p. m.
seoiallswtll be promptly clos.'d at the speci
Heed hour j all letters deposited In tho street
botes will bo collected nt 8.45 and 11. 00 a. m.,
12.10, 1.30, 2.20 and last collection tor all nlgnt
malls, nt 0.00 p. ni. All letters deposited In 1I10
Letter Hot at llu Depot will be collected by
lloulo Agents live minutes previous to the de
parture of each mall train
'Mm rrUlaro of l'vnrlv,
11 1 met her In the g.irdcn,
A bright mid beauteous maid,
W.10, grown at onco a wouiau,
Was not ot Invo alrald :
Silt' loved, and could not help It,
Her heart went out to hts ;
And as ho stopped to kiss her,
Clio lose to meet his kiss.
11 Mssed her In tho garden,
And was It what he said,
Oi tin' shadow ot tho roses
T.iat made her cheeks so led ?
IIr bosom Using, falling.
With new and strango delight
Tli string or pearls upon It
as not so white, so white.
II diew her down the garden,
lie would not hear her "No : '
She must go lr she loved him
Who loved her, lov ed her so,
They must go pluck the roses
And listen to the dove :
Tli") duvc was wooing, wooing,
As he was her ror love.
Ho led her down the gulden,
Ami while her arms were round
Hi1! neck she, paittng, clung to,
M10 saw upon the ground
The string that held her necklace,
llli not a poarl thereon :
'I ho slender slrlmr was broken,
And all the pearls were gone.
Tnen up and down the gaiden
She wandered with dismav.
And wondered where her pearls were,
Ami how limy sllpt away ;
They nestled In her bosom
tine little hour ago,
lieforo they plucked the roses ;
And her li ars began to How.
So round and round the gaiden
She went with peering eyes:
Oh, is not that tho necklace.
That shining yonder lies ?
'TIs but a string or dew-drops
Tho wind has broken them,
(ir, tho t.'nrs that sho Is shedding
That makes her look more ralr.
Still round and round the gaiden
Sho hunted high and low
Ill tho red hearts 01 the roses,
Tho lily's breast or .snow :
Tho thorns ihcy pricked her ringers :
Iter lingers bled and bled,
llut her heart was bleeding raster
t)h, why was sho not dead 7
Tor sho must leave the. garden
And meet her mother's ej'es,
Who will pcrcclvo sho sorrows,
And ask the reason why ;
And M10 must meet her rather,
,..w.'10' sh0 bangs her head
vv 111 miss the priceless necklace.
And rlso and .strike her dead.
'11. II. Stoddard in Llpplncott's ror January.
A Trojnii fined lor Krriilii,- a xow
Vorlc Gambling; Iii-ii.
Tho Now York .Sim of Wednesday gives
the following. McCormack and Levi
Smith formerly resided in Troy:
John McCormack, tho partner of John
Morrlsscy, Levi Smith, and others in the
faro game at 818 llroadwny, was arraigned
for trial In the Special Sessions yesterday.
McCormack was arrested in ono of the re
cent raids by the police. Tho hell in which
lie was arrested was known as "The Com
liinatltin," because it was backed by a num.
ber of gamblers who kept smaller games
on their own account. It was generally ic
garded as "square game," and had next to
the largest patronage of any gambling place
in the city. McCormack was released aflcr
bis arrest on $.7,000 ball, Frederick A.
Abel becoming his surely. When the caso
was called yesterday a handsomely dressed
man stepped behind the prisoner's fence,
no had not been sitting on tho hard
benches among the ordinary 11101 tals who
bad business with the court, but had been
given a comfortable chair among the law
yen. His counsel was willing to plead
guilty to the charge, "under the peculiar
"What aie the peculiar circumstances?"
usked Judge Hlxby.
"Well," Replied the counsel, after think
lug about it, "there aie no circumstances
at all. Wu aio willing to savo lime by en
teriiig n plea of guilty." McCormack was
lined $250, which he paid.
Ilt'iiiiliiKtmi Conn I)- C'niirl,
The dials by tho Couit at the December
term were as follows:
William It. Wright of Noith Donuliictoii
vs The Harlem Intension a Itllroad-In
this cause tho plaintiff claimed for railroad
ucs. his proor was lull as to quantity and
price. Judgment for plaintiff $073,00
damages, and costs
Oliver Atlind nf .... r... !..,.
ley, et a. Ejectment. Lot No. 55, In the
btli Division in l'ownal was claimed by
both parties. A fler thU cause had been on
trial some hours, It wnsconlinuid by plain
till s paying (lie defendant's fix able- costs
of the leim,
( : E. .Morse vs II. N. Elwell, et al.
I lie pintles ie-lde in Hcnnlngton, Petition
for a new lilal. The plaintiff claimed that
by accident on his pint, nnd the bad faith
ol the defendants mid their counsel, nnd
llie ignorance of tho Justice before whom
aid cause was pending, he was deprived of
Ids day In coiut. Altera full hearing of
the pioofs, the judgment by default of the
.liistlco below was Bet nsldc, nnd a new
tilal granted tho plaintiff, with costs.
Oliver Ames of lioston vs Major W.
Poller of Pownal. On application of tlio
plulntllf, sufficient cause having been
fhown, this case was icmovcdtotlio United
Stales Circuit Court.
It. U Shields of Troy,N. Y., vs tho
Ueniiinglon and Glastonbury UallroadCom.
puny. A heat Ing on tho report of tho com
missioners on land damages, Judgment on
llm report for tho appellant Shields, for
is 1 0 nnd his costs.
Aichlbald Ollu vs Daniel Spencer of
Shaftsbury. Action scire faeiw. Judg
ment for plaintiff of ono cent damages and
w,ceJ. Sewing Machine Company ts
Charles II, Cole of Hcunington. Action
' replevin for a sewing machine. Tho de
nwLauJ clalmc'l that tho plaintiff did not
0110 li ""ichine, but that it belonged to
with 1 "'"Smciit ior 1110 planum,
"V." .,Kn hal dainntrcs. nml rslo
Vlcl on nr flnV?' 1 "" WaS 1110 01"V cmi"
vie on or lluoir the tcrm lor any offctlci.
" vw j hearings ny j udgo Wheel,
cr wero as follows
i'Jim!0jr"n i1 VS Wt,t Huiwl Ualry Asso
te?m in 1 ' V;as 1,0 ou' ca3 f the
evident V l'lCU 1 !CrV ''MlUS 1 '
to Z hi. 1 m '? lh0, ci,'Ccllor. The era
tor, by his bill in chaucciy, sought to re-
,.,nla,0. MarvPettec nnt.-I.lr
strain by injunction tbc defendants from
occupying a certain hog pen and yard for
keeping bogs. The evidence showed that
tbc hog pen was ISO feet in length; that
it was within ten rods ot the orator's dwel
ling house 1 and that the defendants kept
from forty to eighty hogs to consume the
whey of their ciiseso factory j and that
tho odor and noise from the hogs were of
fensive, and the scent unwholesome. Holli
parties were ltilly heard, and the case
thoroughly tried. Chancellor Wheeler
granted a decree for the orator, restraining
by Injunction the defendant from occupy
ing the hog lien nnd yards for keeping
hogs. John W. llccbe for orator, and T.
Sibley for defendant.
The divorces granted were Gcorgo Mnt
tison from Mary Jano Matllson, for deser
tion ; Sarah Jane Itlanchard from Oliver
Illancliard, fcr Intolerable sovctlty; Emma
Hlsscll from Edwin M lilascll, for adultery;
Licinda A Davis from James E Davis, for
nilultcry ; Eva Stratlon from M 11 Slrat
ton, for intolerable serciily; Anua II
Wlltslo from Daniel C. Wlltsle, forinlolcr
able severity, and Mary Smith and John
Smith, for desertion.
Tills ended the biuiness of the term, and
the court adjourned on Saturday, the 20th,
at 3 p. m.
South Dorset can boast of the largest wo'
man in tho State, Mrs Joseph Ritchie.
She weislu 419 pounds. Is live feet two In
clics in height, measures seventy Inches
around the waist, and twenty-two Inches
nrouno ine arm.
II C Cleveland, of Coventry, recently
slaughtered ono of his Shorthorn cows
mat wcitrncci alive 1,02.1 pounds, and
A Mr. Day, of Glover, had a raisin box
icit at 111s uoor 1 nursiiuy uiglit ny a man,
who departed In haste. The Vermont Far
mer says It contained only 0110 (female)
raisin, which Airs. u. adopted.
Tho Ilarton people are trying to get the
uaiiK away irom irasiiurgii.
The Newport pcoplo watit to get the
county seal nway irom llarlon.
Some folks want to got the county fair
away from ISartou.
William R Elklns, of Tioy. had bis hand
badly bitten on Saturday last by a dog.
Teams are getting Into lake Mcmphrcina.
gog quite frequently, but so skillful aie the
Memphreuiagoggers In getting them out
that serious results seldom occur. Free
man Make and Aaron Magoon were the
last succc'ssiui experimenters in this line.
The latter lost his load of lime.
Mr T C Itutlcr, an old and wldel y-knnw 11
citizen of Derby Line, died on Friday, De.
cember 12, alter an Illness of several
months. He was an unobtrusive and quiet
man, ic'iuariaiiic lor ins industry and al
tcntion to business to the last.
E C Merrill, of West Chai lesion, mauu-
iaciuicroi me patent composition emery
wheels and saw iriimmcrs. went into bank.
ruptry on Monday. Ills liabilities are set
at 87;,000. Several of the best men In
Chaileston are on his paper, and must, of
course, suncr, as also many others in Or
leans county, and Stanstcad, l.Q.,of whom
11c nireii money.
1. 1 Mill 1. IK 10.
Andrew Fiencli, near JNoith ilvdtpaik,
died vciy suddenly 011 WeducsdaV ot last
week. He went to the bam in usual health
In the morning to rare for bis cattle. When
his wife got bicakfast leady she sent the
dog to call him. The dog went to the barn,
then ran immediately back. Mrs French
knew something was the matter, went to
the barn and found her husband sitting
leaning against the bain. He rolled up his
eyes but could not speak ; he lived an hour
or two. His ago was about GO.
A centennial lioston tea paity was cele
brated 1V n ten fpRtlviil. wlilflt nnffr..T 4'
for tepafring the vestry of Hie church at
A dance at a hold in Norwich iccent
ly, was interrupted by an old-fashioned
fight between two pugilists.
On the 17th Instant a lad named Alvaio
Lewis, 12 years of age, f-on of Mis Myra
Lewis, and another boy about tho same age
named Hairy Taylor, were skating 011 the
canal above Unicorn's factory, in l'roctor.s
villc, when the ice broke and let the Lewis
boy into a cool bath wheic the water was
about four feet deep. Struggling upon
broken and breaking pieces of ice, by the
assistance of his companion ho was able to
keep from drowning till Mr Joel Peck,
hearing the boy's cries, tan to his assist
ance, ami inus saved his lile.
Tho net proceeds of the ladies festival of
me umvcrsalist church in Fclciiville netted
North llartland has a v riling school.
Some scoundrel ontcrcd the mill of Hen
ry Lull, nt llartland, one night last week,
and broke a nice mill taw he had used but
Two young men of llartland have taken
a contract to cut Into logs the pine timber
ior a nun nt ru cents per thousand feet.
They expect to cut 400,000 feet.
J L Fisher, of Chester, has butchered a
beef which was twenty months and twenty
days old which netted 810 pounds beef, 48
tallow, hide 118, making a total weight of
Warner Earle, of Chester, has a hen tur
key that produced young birds enough the
past season to bring htm $31 S3, besides
leaving him ono for Christmas.
A S Martin, of llartland, lias the contract
of supplying shoo boxes for the State
The great fog tcached llartland on
Wednesday of last week. It came on dur
ing the night, and remained until 11 o'clock
a 111, when it disappeared, leaving every
tice, bush and shrub a beautiful Sheen.
A S Shcdd has a very large and Interest
ing singing school at Haitland.
A patent has been granted to Gcoi D
lteed, of Springfield, for a guitar
!-S nu iii ii.n.u II tUDI.Mi liV ilo.s.s
Thked'h Dauoiitkii. Tho story of the
marriage of Hoss Tweed's daughter at New
York, two years ago last June, sounds
quccrly now that the old man is disgraced
and In prison. The ceremony took place
In Tiinlty chapel, and crowds assembled to
gaze upon the magnificence, of the affair.
At Tweed's residence, the halls, stairways,
parlors and chambers were crowded with
most ingenious arrangements of Hie most
expensive exotics. Among t lie guests were
Sheriff Iireniian, Controller Connolly,
Superintendent Kelso, Congiessman Cox,
City Cliauibeillii Peter 11. Sweeny, Judges
Daly, Itosworth and Ilariurd, Thomas J,
Creamer, James II. Ingersoll, Chauncey
Dcpew, Andiew J. (Survey, and many
others, a few of whom, It will be noticed,
are neither lu exile nor In state pi lson to
day. The nrcsenls filled an cntlro mom
and were described as follows ; There were
40 silver sets, any ono of which would havo
nttracted n crowd If placed in a jeweler's
window, and ono single one contained 240
pieces. James Fisk, Jr., sent n frosted
silver contrivance representing an Iceberg,
evidently intended to hold Ice-cream or
some equally frigid substance. The associ
ation was licautlfully sustained by the pres
ence of arctic bears reposing on the Icicle
handles of tho bowl and climbing up tho
spoons. Singulaily enough, Mr. Fisk
displayed tho snmo tasto as Superintendent
Kelso, and their offerings weie exact du
plicates. Thcro wcro 40 pieces of jewelry,
of which 10 wcro diamond sets. A singlo
ono of the latter Is known to have cost
$45,000. It contained diamonds ns largo as
filberts. A cross of 11 diamonds, pea-size,
bore tho uamo of Mr and Mrs II W Genet
ns honors. A pin of 00 diamonds, repre
senting n slcklo nnd sheaves of wheat, was
the gift pfj H Ingersoll. Peter 11 Swee
ny s card appeared 011 diamond bracelets of
fabulout magnificence. Cornelius Corson
gave a ring with a tiny watch as tho seal,
llronzes, thread-lace, cashmere shawls, raro
pictures, everything that could bo concolv.
cd ot which Is rich nnd costly, filled the
room with splendor. Tho trousseau of tho
bride Included 14 dresses varying In price
from 4)300 to $3200 each, though her wed
ding dress of whltogros-gralu cost $10000 to
which S4000 worth of point lace was add
ed. A black-silk walklDg-sult was decor
ated with 882 bows, and others were elabor-
ateu correspondingly, it wasa grand wed
ding, even among the grand weddings of
tho great city.
90c. ONLY 90c.
W A L L I N G F O K D ,
A. HILL & SON
Havo Just received their slock or
II O L I 1) A Y U O O I) S
And will sell all fancy goods at 'I UN l'KK CUNT
insiuu.vr uuiu iunuer nonce.
LOOK AT SO.MK OF THKIlt I'ltlOKS.
Ilesl Prints, vc.
host While Sugar, lie.
llest Jap Tea, voe,
Our orl'ilnol 67c. tea reduced to toe,
We have added to our slock In every depart
ment, goods bought at l'AN'IU I'ltlOKS, and
can offer extra Inducements to customers
seeking family supplies or Holiday I'resonts.
The children rejoice to llnd Santa Claus has
openeu a supply 01
CHOICE NKW CAHPKTS and OILCLOTHS,
at roduced nrlcos: also. Wall l'atier and Win
dow Shades. Wo will allow tho ten per cent,
discount, lor cash, on goods In our Millinery
an 1 C'IoI'i'mr IiL'purtments.
Nuw i,v Invito thoso desiring goods to call
and examine our stock; It wus never more
complete anu tno
arc very Inviting.
A. HILL & SON,
Wholesale dealer In
CALIFORNIA WINES AND UliANUV.
IVirOlirKK AND WnOI.EStLE DEALS
CHINA AND JAPAN TKAh.
The attention or Town Agents, Physicians
and Druggists Is especially called to our wlnen,
as they aro unsurpassed ror medical purposes,
comlnif from ono or tho oldest vineyards In
California. All goods guaranteed puro and sat
isfactory, or to be returned at my expense.
0 k k 1 c k ,
COIINLI! FliKIOHT AND UVKI.YN. .VIS.,
(Laudou & Hunloon's Mock,)
Kullaud. Vt. my 1 1 r
J It O A I) W A Y S T Y L E S .
N E W O O O 1) S .
Tho best slock ot
F I N E W O O L E N S
In the State to soled Irom nt
W. W. McCALL'S.
Muilo up In tho latest, most rashlouabla and
nobbiest manner, and will bo sold at prices to
suit customers. Garments or every description
cut nnd made al this establishment in the best
(lentlemen can save time and trouble by leav.
Ing their orders.
If Nu alterations.
Call at tho old stand opposite tho depot.
ocfiMtt W. W. McCALL.
pj" W . KINGS L E Y ,
T .1 1. O it ,
OK NT It A I. 1IO USB CU U.N tilt
SlUK'lI.Y I INK
IllSJtl MKIICIIANT TA1L011INO.
O V A I. I. KINDS,
GLOIit; l'APEU COMPANY.
JUTLAND MAItULE COMPANY,
HUOLKSiLS VE1LKKS IS
BLOCK & SAWED MAItULE.
QUiKKIhS AND MILLS,
J, N. HAXTEIt, Supt. WEST I1UTLAND, Vt.
All tho grades of liutluiid Marble, In tho
spapoorslnbsor vailous Ihlcknesses required
ror Furniture, Mantel, and Decorative Wort, as
well as Cemetery m; also Cubic Stock ror
Monumental and Building puriHises, Including
liases, strips, and 1'usis, may be round on our
yard at all times.
Our extensive arrangements ror the produc
tion ot Marble, In the way or iUarr)lug Ma
chinery, anil Mills comprising Dili ly-lwo gangs
ot saws, place us In xisll!ou lo supply the
"nuts or the Trade. holesalo and Itetall
Dealers, llullders, Furiilturi'-ineii, and gen
eral .Manufacturers will llnd 11 to their Interest
to lavor us with tholr orders.
mayld&wtr 1IUTLAN1) MAltllI.E CK;,
riMIE FALL TEUM OF THE HUH.
A. I.INOTON, VT., SCHOOL
for young ladles, will open on
WEDNESDAY', SKITEMIIEIt 10th.
A limited number of boarders taken Into the
Principal's ramlly ror Iho jear.
For terms apply to the Pi Incipal.
Itefcreiices-I'rcshlent Angell, Aim Arbor,
Mich.; I'ror.M. Petty, Hurllngton, Vt.; Jtov.J.
II, Worcester, D. D., llurjlngton, VI.; chief
Justice I'lcrpolnt, Vergennos, Vt.; Hon, II. A.
Hurt, Hwanton, Vt.
NOTICE. The anuual meeting of tho
Stockholders or the Evergreen slate Com
pany will bo held al their onice, In Castlelou,
on Tuesday, January Cth, :sn, at ono o'clock
I', in. c E. CIJillK.
decldld Secretary and Treasurer.
LwrribN noYiceT '
'llie annual meeting of tho Stockholders ot
tho llaxtcr National Hank ot Itutlnnd, Vermont,
will bu held at tho Hanking House of said bank,
on Tuesday, January is, lsT4, at l o'clock, m,
for the purposo of electing a board or Directors
for tho tear ensuing, and inspectors of the next
election. 0. h, UOTTUM. Cashier.
Kutlanv, Decs 18, 1S73, (leoWdtd
3KST SLKII1II SHOE STEEL,
All sles, Cheap,
At L. . KINOSLEY'S.
and all other Minis or
At L. (. KINOSLEY'S.
I'HOOF CAI1LE CHAIN,
All sizes, Cheap,
At I. O. KINOSLEY'S.
Warranted llest quality.
At L. (1. KINOSLEY'S.
CAHVKIiS, and FOItKS.
I1KST MEAT CUTTEHS.
At L. O. KINOSLEY'S.
ot ever) thing usually kept In a
F1I1ST-CLASS HAIIDWAKE STOHK,
AtL. O. KINOSLEY'S.
U It N I T U It E .
Parlor Furniture, Center Tables, Mirrors, Ex
tnnsloa Tables, Ilodsteads, Mattresses.
Spring Ileds, llurcaus and Chair?.
Manufacturer or black: Walnut, Chestnut and
Painted Chamber Sut.s.
O A It P E T s .
Velvet, lirusscls, Tapestry, Three Ply and In
grain Carpxus, OH Cloths, .tc. sc.
COFFINS AND CASKETS,
AND METALLIC UUltlAL CASUS.
At U O. KINOSLEY'S.
Hiltlaud. Nor. iJ, 1S13.
AND O N A HUN T O O N,
Wholesale and Uetall DealeiH In
F LOU It.
OA L. 1'IhTEIi,
IKON, STEEL, NAILS, Jeo., Ao &v.
general Assortment ot
UtLTINU, L A U I N O,.. tc
TIMOTHY, CLOVKK, AND ALL
NOVA SCOTIA PLASTER.
I.OIH MANUFACTUHINO CO.'S POUIIUETTE
a rui.L link or
CHEAP FOR CASH
HAH RETT'S OLD STORE
(Bxottxits ana provisions.
J & T. CADEN.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
GltOCERIES AND PUOVISIONS,
CANNED FflUITS, PICKLES, &C,
OLA S3, KARTHENWAHE
AND FANCY OOODS.
Also, Dealers In
DKY OOODS, SHAWLS, DI1KSS OOODS,
HOSIEItY, OLOVES, AC, LC.
An assortment of
OKNTS' FUUNISII1NO GOODS
Cunttantly on hand.
AdKNTS FOR MAIL STL'AMKltS TO AND
lirDllAFTS FOlt ANY AMOUNT ON THE
UANKS OF KNOLAND, IIIKLAND.SSCOTLAND
COKNHH FltUIOIIT AND EVKLY'N STS.
H E E H T U It N E It
SUOAK HKFININO COMPANY,
TO WALL STI1EET, NEW YOKE.
Offer ror sale all the various grades or Iteilned
Sugar or superior Quality at the Lowest Market
Price. A superior quality ut White Sugar ror
Conroctlouers ue. Also,
WHITE COFFEK A
COFFEE EXT HA C,
And th3 lower grades or
Y E L L () W S U G A It .
orders to bo addressed toourolllco In New
York, 70 Wall SHeet, Cor. Pearl.
Parties ordering 10 barrels can have tlu'in as
TMtsis Thirty days, or Cash in" dajs, less a
E. G. HAXTEIt,
J1J A V E Y O U S E E N
Knurr y miu.iox Dor.i.Mis
C H E S T.E 11 'S
jUUNHAM a TEMPLE'S
II.ONO YELLOW 1 N S U It A N C E A (1 E X C Y ,
P H O G It A M M E .
,r- . s c T ti v v v AVVSX l'SUKANCE COM PAN Y,
7 X xN " h ' Assets, .i0,000,000.00.
That ono so well Informed as you, did not know
47 MERCHANTS' HOW,
you could buy
choice liUTTElt rorssc,
I1EST FLOUlt, 11 CO,
APPLES, U SO
NEW LA YE It HAISINS, 15c.
CHANliEmtlES. I5c. per ouarl.
THAT CHOICE JAPAN TEA, ssc,
and everything you wish to cat CHEAP of
T . O . II U 11 15 A It 1) ,
47 MEltCIIANT'S HOW,
And every kind or Canned Hoods and Pickles,
Conlecllonary, Nuts, Figs, Ac.
JOSEPH II. GUV.
H. HAYWAHD A-CO.,
(lltOCEHIUS, PUOVISIONS, HAY AND WOOD
Washington sr., Huti.and, Vr.
BATTV8 N A II Oil PICKLES,
Cross lllackwell's ITckles, llaltord's
Worcestershire Sauce, Nabob sauce. In fact
nearly all kinds of English l'lcklcs can bo round
at H. W. MARSHALL'S,
U 8 O A T G R A P E S
nt II. W MARSHALL'S.
p RUNELLAS, PRUNES, CHERRIES,
X Peaches, Illackberrles, Itaspberrles, Plums
Huckleberries. Also, all klndsor fruits la cans,
for halo at 11. W. MAltSH ALL'S,
mayldAwly Orovo street, Kutland, Vt.
fpEAS, from 60 cents to $1,75; also tresh
X "round COFFEE, at
II. W. MAHSHALL'S
mayld wly Corner ot Orovo aud West His.
J?LK HORN & MAGNOLIA FLOUR
U very choice, for sala at
mayldiwly 11, W, MAHSHALL'S,
ALAGX GRAPES at
AUIiDIKO & CO.
FINE N E W GOODS!
FINE I'ISEir.NTATlON HOOKS,
BEAUTIFUL EDITIONS 01' THE POETS,
IHULCS, I'ltAYKIt HOOKS, Ac, Ac.
O II H O M OS, E N O K A V I N OS ,
SI'EltEOSCOPES AND VIEWS,
PAHIAN MAItULE OOODS,
PAPIEll MACIIK OOODS,
II. W. IlltACKETS,
AC., Ac., Ac.
" I T W I L L P A Y "
to examine our stocl: of
SPAULDINO k CO.,
declitf No. 1 Merchants How.
J? It A N V I S C O
I N H U I! A X C I! A G i: N (' Y
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
HAinrouD fire insurance co
IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
P1IEN1X INSURANCE CO., N. v.,
FI1ANKI.1N INSURANCE COMPANY,
INSURANCE CO. of NO. AMERICA,
SPRINOriELD INSURANCE CO.,
Assets, , 000,000.00
pitoiNix ins, co., iiAinroiti),
NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
PENNSYLVANIA INSURANCE CO.
Tlieuovo strong list of Companies repre-
I1URNHAM & TE.MPLE.
opera House, HUTLAND, VERMONT.
m II E V E R M O N T L I F E
1 N S V It A X O E f () M P A N Y
OF IIUHLINOTON, VEHMONT.
OirtCK, I'liCK ItVlUllXU, COhhKdK NT.,
Incorporated October 5sih, ism.
Assets January 1st, 18711, . $i:),208.!18.
surplus including capital, fl 4t In assets lo
each 11.00 lullablllUes.
Surplus excluslvo or capital, $1.11 In assets to
each tl.ooiu liabilities.
Every deslrablo form of policy Issued at oven
rates w Ith any rellablo company, or lower,
ENDOWMENTS AT LIFE HATES A HPE
Flvo Imiwrlaut privileges socured In this
1st. Tho term may bo reduced at any time by
Sd. Non-forfeltliignn the paid-up policy plan.
3d. Nnn-rorfelllng 1111 Iho "temwrary In
suraiico" plan ror tho lull amount ot the policy,
4lh. Tho accrued value or tho policy may bo
received at any tlino atler live payments havo
6H1. Thodererred accumulations will bo divi
ded among tho surviving iwllcy holders atina
turlty. ALL POLICIES AHKNON.FOHl'EITINU UPON
Every policy holder will havo tuo benefits of
Ills own Inv fbtments secured to htm.
send for circulars or rates and plans, or call
lu at the ofllco and examine for ) oursclv es.
PATRONIZE HOME INSTITUTIONS I
miSSEL S, TAFT, Tresldent,
WARREN OHIUS; Hmtary. '
Q.KOVEH & BAKEK'S 1MPHOVED
SHUTTLE AND ELASTIC STtTCtf,
SEWING MACHINES, tc., 4c.
At E. N. MEKIHaM'S.
PmNTINO.-SelMnkliig Peail Piess.
new and valuable Invention. Every busl.
ness man should haveone. Presses and Outllts
from tio upwards. Send stamp ror Catalogue or
Presses, Type, Cuts, etc. OOLDINO a: CO., u
Kllby street, lioston. aug!3dAwcm
fj)0 PHINTEItS AND PUBLISHKIIS.
The OLOlin Pap-.T Co., having duplicates ol
the following articles, offer them lor sle at low
St 'uin Engine, suitable for running presses,
Doe Card Press,
Smith Hand Press,
Ono Hule Mlterlh? .Machine,
And numerous otlrr articles used In a Printing
H. ,!- ,)YCB-
NO. 15 MEHCHANTS' TOW,
Iron and Lead Pipe, l'ortablo and Stationary En
glnes ; ltotary Meam, Forco and cistern Pumps;
Leather and llubber Ilolllng ; Kubber Hose una
Packing; Kubber Overcoats, Oloves and Mil
tens ; Steam nnd Water (lauges ; Water, Mealn
and (las rulings, and Fixtures, nil kinds; Flax
and Soapstone Packing j Cotton Waste, Plumb
STEAM, WATEIl AND OAS Fin IXO
Done at short notlc", and at liilros adapted P
Kutland, May 1, 183. myldr.m
gTEAM STONE CUTTEK COMPANY.
Sole proprietors and manufacturer of the
STONE CHANNELINO OH CCAHHYINO MA
CHINE, For cutting stono into various sizes and dl
IN ALL KINDS OF (JUAHP.IES.
on let and suors,
JOHN W. OI1AMTON, Prcs't.
llhollOK 11. KOYCE, Treas.
CHAHLhS CLAHK, !sec'v.
myl ly OIX). J. WAliDWEI.L, hupt.
Stores and a in Wave.
INN A CItAMTON.
Maliufaeluicrsof all klndsor
T I N W A It E .
and dealers In
PLANISHED, IIRITANN1A, JAPAN, OI.ASS
AND WOODEN WARES
of every description.
IlltOOMS, HRUSIIES AND UASKKTS,
and a general assortment or
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Special facilities for Jobbing all kinds ot
TIN ANDOI.ASS WARE.
nr .mi kinds of bartkk taken In exchange for
No. II MERCHANTS' HOW.
Rutland, Vt., May, H73.
Q (! . S T A L E Y & CO.,
SO. Vt MUtCUANTS UOW,
STOVKS AND HOT Alii FUUNACES.
Tho Stewart nnd N'nw Aincrtonn rv.nl:! nf
Stfives, for botlMvood una coal, constantly on
luitwi V nnf intiiMPuV d.L.H, J..
uiimuv,mii,i,itiji u in uua I n 111
COPPEH.jTIN AND SHEET IRON WARE.
P L U M 11 I N (
III all Its brandies. Hath Tubs, Water Closets
OasandWatei Piping, and Fittings of
TIN HOOFINd AND JOllUINO
Of all kinds prountly attended to. Nona but
skillful and reliable workmen employed.
ALL WOllK WMIIIAXTKU:
I'.tMKiltiK, V IIOOllS NOIiTU OK TlIK OPI.KA nOl'SE
J E M O V A 1,
s. o. Staley, of the Lite ill 111 of staley A- Up.
pli'.nti, has removed Ids business from No. U7
Ctsta St., to No. 13 Uerchanls' Row, where he
has Wined a Copartnership with Messis Dunn
.1 1 ra nlon, under tho Ilrui name or s. (1. Staley
A Cu. He will be pleased to see all or his old
customers, and us many new ones as will lavor
him will) a lull.
IIAXTER NATIONAL HANK,
II. Hknkv Uaxteii,
II. 1'. IxiTUiior,
.1. W. Ckauton,'
N, T. briiAuus, J it.
W, C. HONTON,
V. I'. Lanikvn,
J, N. lliXTCK,
T. W. PAKI,
(Ir.o. E. Roves,
OKOiuiK R, Hnrri'if,
Made and remitted ror at Lowest Hatos.
IN'TKHKST ALIXI1TKD OS II UK PBI'OSITS,
A general Hanking and Exchango business
11. Hsnkv HAXTkii, Prest, J. N, IIaxtsk, V. l'rest.
UioaoE It. IIOTTUM. Cashier,
II R O K E R ,
If ItnOAD STJIKKT, SKW YOttK.
Stocks, (lovcrnmeiits aud Oold bought aud sold
v Interest allowed on deposits. uiaylSJtt
A OENTS WANTED. -A profitable and
J nhil rosnrtal.lo l.tialnua f.,-..-. . .
who have or cat make leisure time and wish
uTiu J m , v i 2' t r,Vr circulars addres j
ST AH LAMINA AflE, SO JJeckuian street N,
CJ HKINOS YOU FREE UY MAIL THE
p J very best
'ELASTIC TRUSS '
Write at once to POMEROY it CO., I Broad.
f U T OF H U S I N E S S 1
-. ''it not out ot Courage or Energy 1 All
such should vvrllo us at oncu ror a good chance
to make large wages this Winter, send ror our
circulars and terms to . u v,"
D. L. OUERNSF.Y. Pub.,
Concord, N, If,
V7 ENT WORTH 'S Key-iinjrnnd Cbeck
. t T Combined. Oer. Silver sample 15c. circu
lars free. Stafford M'rg.Co., CO Fulton St., New
PIANOS and ORGANS. New
and second.linliil. nf timtli,, tnnV.
ers, w II be sold at lower prices fur cash, or on
Installments. In city or county, during this
llnanclal crisis and tho holldajs, by Horace
V alors a Son, No. 4SI Hroadway, than ever be
ore offered In New York. Agents Wanted roi
tho sale or Waters' Celebrated Pianos, Concert.
?Il.n01'5?tnl! 0ra'". Illustrated catalogue
mailed Oreat Iniiiiccinents to the trade A
largo discount to ministers, churches, Sunday
schools, etc. dectodtw4w
fJMIH MAOIC COMlT
Sent by mall to any onu for $1. Will
(Tungeany colored hair to n permanent black
or brown anil contains no poison. Trade sup
piled at low rates. Addeess, .MAOIC coxfll
LO., sprlngtleld, .Mass. dec5dw4w
POR COUGHS, COLDS. HOARSE-
JL NESS, and all THROAT DISEASES, Uo
WELLS' CARHOLIC TAI1LETS
Put up only In DLL'E boxus. A tiled and sur
remedy. Sold by Druggists. dec2ld&w4i?
JT Y. SAFETY STEAM POWER O ,
30 CORTLA.N'DT ST., NEW YORK.
Superior steam engines and bollcs, by special
machinery and duplication of parts. Thev aru
safe, economical, easily managed and nolllablu
to derangement. Their combined engine und
boiler Is peculiarly adapted to all purposes le
qulrlng small power. .More than 400 engines,
irom ! to ion horse-power, In use. send ror Il
lustrated circulars. octrid.lw lsw
"pAMPHOltlNi:." Tbc great dlscov
KJ cry ror the Immedlato relief and cure
ot lUieumatlsm, Neuralgia. Sprains, lirulses.
Pains, Strains, stiff Joints, swrlllngs, Humilia
tions Ilunlons, l atarrli, Kc Ac. It will not
groase or stain, and for tin- toilet Is a luxury lu
every family. Thousands win and now lestlrv
to Its greal merits. Try It. Pi i, ,. jt bolllo 5
cents HEI'IIEN IIOYT, l'rop'r, va (.reenwleh
MUIK HIGHEST MEDICAL ALTHOlt
X 1TTES of Europe say tho stromn -.t T jiili ,
I'urlller nnd Heobstruent known t.r th. m.'dieal
I V It U II E 11 A
II arreet decay of vital forcos, exhaustion of
the nervous syhteni, restores vigor to tlio doblL
Itated blood, lemoves vesicle obstrui tlons and
acts directly on the Liver and Spleen. I'llcell
a bottle. .fOHN (J. KEI.I.OOO, n Piatt street,
N. Y. dei5dAw4W
FACTS SWORN TO.
Dr. J. P. Filler, being sworn, saj 1 : ' I gradu
ated atlhu University ot Pcniisjlvanla lu 1H.1S
and atler 30 ears' expeilenee, perreeted Dr
l'ltler's Vegetable Rheumatic sjiup. I gujr.m
lee 11 an luralllable emu tor Nerve, Kldnej and
Swoiii to thls2Cth ilav or April, 1871.
1'. A. osnoUHN. Noury Public,
Vt e clergymen were cured bv It, and will sat
Isry any one writing us Hov, Thomas Murphv
II I)., 1 rankfort, Phlla ; Rev C 11 Ewlug, Media.
Pa; Rev .1 S ltuclianaii, Clarence, Iowa; Rov (1
II smith, l'ittsroid, NY; Rev Joseph Hoggs,
Falls Chinch, Phlla ; cle.
The mulcted should vvrltn Dr. l'RIor, Phlla.,
for explanatory pamphlbt and guarantee, gratis.
$50 reward for an Incurable case. No cuto 110
charge, a reality, sold by all druggists.
P.. PAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY
Cures by Its mild, healing propel lies, In which
the disease yields when llie sjslem has been
put In perfect order w 1th
Dn. PIERCE'S OOLDEN MEDICAL DM OV I. HY
which should bo taken oarncstly 10 correct
blood and si stem, which aio nlwavs nt lault,
also to act speclllcally, uiion Iho deceitsod
glands of the nose and Its cliambers. ' atari h
Remedy should be applied with
Dr.. PIERCE'S NASAL DOUCHE,
with which medicine can be carried high up
and perfectly applied 10 all pal ts or passages
ami ( hambers lu which sores and uleeis cxlsl,
und rrom which discharge pruceeds. so sue
ressrul has this course or treatment proven,
that the proprietor oilers 1500 reward ror a case
or "Cold In lead" or Catarrh which ho cannot
cure. Tho two medicines with Instruments, ror
$.'. by all druggists. novvodAweow4w
"V7"ERMONT CENTRAL AND RUT-
On and after Monday, Dec, sth, 1ST!!, tialn
vv 111 run as follows, (Sundays excepted; :
O0INO SOUTH AND EAST,
Leave Rutland at 1J:S0 and 3:20 a. 111., and :to
and 3:40 p. m.
MAIL. Leavo St. Albans at C:20 a. 111., Uuil
lngton at 8:10 a. m., l'ort llinry at S:20 a. m.,
ltutland at 12:lu p. m., Ilellows Falls at 2:30 p.
111., arriving at New London at 5:J0 p. 111., con.
necttng with steamer for New York.
NEW YORK EX I'HESS. Leaves St Albans at
S:30 a. m liurllngton 10:05 a. m arming in
Rutland at 12:50 p. m.
NIOHTEXI'luSs. leaves Ogdensburg at 12
m., Montreal 3:30 p.m., St. Albans 7:20 p.m., Hur
llugton U:10 p. in., Rutland 12:50 a. m., Hollows
Falls, 3:25 a. m. arriving at New London at 11:15
MIXED TRAIN, Leaves liurllngton at 2:00 p.
m arriving In Rutland al 7:co p.m. Leaves
Rutland at 3:20 a. in., Ilellows Fails 0:35 a.m.
(accommodation train), rrlvlng at New Loudon
at 5:10 ji. m.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Rutland at 3:40 p. m.
for ilellows Falls and Hrattkboro.
Leaves Rutland at 1:43 and 6:40 a. 111., und 2:sa
and 5:05 p. m.
MAI!- Leaves New London at 6:00 a. m.,
Sprlngtleld S:oo a. m., lioston T:30 a. in., Ilellows
Falls 11:45., ltutland 2:30 p. m., ror Port Henry,
liurllngton, St. Albans, Montreal and Ogdcns
burg. EXPRESS Leaves Rutland at 6:05 p. m
arriving at Port Henry nt s 00 p. m , Albans at
9:25 p. in.
NIOllT EXPHESS.-Leavcs New London at
S:45 p. m., Sprlngneld at 8:19 p. m., connecting
with train leaving New York at 8:00 p. m.. Hoi
lows Falls 11:20 p. is., connecting with train
leaving IJUslonui 5iJ p. III., HUliaild H43, 101'
HurllngtoD, St. Albans, Montreal ogdemburg,
and the west.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Rutland at 5:40a. m.t
for liurllngton, St. Albans, St. Johns and Ma
lone, N. Y.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Ilellows Falls at 4:Su
a. in., arriving In Holland nt 9:20 a. in.
ACCOMMODATION. Leaves Now London al
:loa. m.. Hollows Falls 0:30 p. 111., arriving in
Rutland at ll:oo p. in.
Trains leavo liurllngton going cast, for Mont
peller, Ac, nt C:55 a. in., 12:20 p. m. and 7:50 p. m.
Trains leave Ilellows Falls going north, rui
While River Junction, Ac, at S:.vi a. in. und
11:50 a.m., anil 5:30 and 11:20 p. m.
Connections. At ltutland Willi Rensselaer A
Saratoga and Hnrlem Extension Railroads; kt
Ilellows Falls with Cheshire Railroad; at South
Vernon with Connecticut River Railroad.
sleeping cars aro attached to night trains
between St. Albans and Trov, and liurllngton
and lioston. J. v. IIOIIART,
St. Albans. Vt.. Dec 4, 1S73.
RLEM EXTENSION RAILROAD.
O It A X G E OF TIME
On and after Wednesday, Oct. 29, 1973, trains
will run as follows 1
MIXED. Leaves Rutland at s:oo a.m., con
necting at stnto Line with train for Troy.
MAIL. Leaves Rutland 9.00; a. 111., andmnk
Ini? closo connections at Chatham 4 enrnnm
with trains for New York, Albany, Hudson, nnd
both east and west on 11. X A. It. 11.
MIXED. Leavo Rutland ut 2.25 p. in., to lien
nlngton. NUNDAY MILK TRAIN (with niw.n., n,,r
attacked), Leaves Rutland at 8,00 a. m.
ARRIVE AT RUTLAND,
Mall. 10.O5 11. m.l accommndatlnn. 1Q as n m
mixed B.20 p, m.
. , r. v. white, supt.
Rutland, October 23, isiz, inayldlvvtr
PRINTING. Anything from a Card to
VVAhnvA na nnn.1 r.nllKi.H .j n......
ltshment In Tho state. It vou need anything in
Ibis line, give us a trial. Satisfaction guaran
teed. OLOllH PAPER coi
rpiIE RUTLAND DAILY AND
J WEEKLY (1LOHE. contains all th Inlest
news, injludlug tho telegrams ot tho associated
press, local correspondence, state news, Ac,
No expense spared fn tho editorial department,
Adveillalug rates low, especially for short ad'
vvruscuieuia. inu paiiers aru larger anu con
talu more rvudlug matter than any oilier lu ilia
state. OLOUK PAPER CO