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THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY (), 1873.
She jRutliuut gJnUtj 5tobc.
SA'ITKDAY MOKNINU, MAY 10, 1873.
AHIIIVAt, AMI) IIKI'AIITMIK OK Tlt.ll.NN.
TltAIN'S AIIIIIVK AT KL'TI.tNll.
From Hollows Falls, 1:43 19:00 n. in.. '2:22 &
" lturlliigtoii 15:40 "11:38 n. in., 1:M & 10:40
" Port Henrv. 'Il!31 n. m. Ic t7:lB n. in.
" Pennington, 112:10 p. in., t7:.v) k 'loioop.
" Saratoga, Milts a. la., 14:30, 9:00 lc 110:00
" Hnkiii, 1:10 Ic 8:30 n. m., 13:40 & '4:K p. in.
TRAINS I.KIYK KCTLANn.
Vor Hollows Falls, 12:1,0 t4:30a. m., '2:10 Ic tr,:oo
Mrllngton, 1:60 4; '8:00 n. m., '2:32 ;ts:05p.
l'ott Henrv. 1B:00 n. in. k tens n. in.
lleiinlhgtoii, 1B:00 K 'ti:w a. in., K 12:20 i. in.
panuugu, n:w, d:zu k. tiuiid u. in., a j:im p.
Salem, 1:40 & 19.00 a. in.. M:0 A- r.:oo p. in,
.Mali Trnln tMlxed.
Harlem Extension way, 8.4.1 a. in., and 2.00 p. m
Kuslern way, 11.40 a. in.
Troy way, 12.40 p. m.
Troy, 12.40 p. m., 2.40 p. m and lli.no p. in.
Albany, 12.40 p. in., 2.40 p. in., and lo.on p. in.
lloston, 11.40 a. m and 10. (hi p. in.
Cnnndas, 1.15 p. m.
Northern way, 2.00 p. in.
llurltngton, 2.00 p. in. and 10.00 p. in.
Saratoga way, 2.40 p. m.
New York, 2.40 p. m. and lo.oo p. in.
Connecticut Hlvcr way, lo.no p. in.
Woodstock way, (Stage) 1.(ki p. in.
Chittenden, (Tuesdaj s and Saturdays) 3.00 p. m
Harlem Extension way, lo.oo p. in.
Kastern way, 2.20 p. in.
Troy way, 4.6s p. in.
Troy, 1.40 a. in., 11.4.1 a. in. and 4.M p. in.
Albany, 11.4.1 n. m., 4.M mid o.K) p. in.
lloston, 1.40 a. m. niul 2.:o p. in.
Camillas, 12.40 a. m.
Northern way, 11.32 n. m.
Ilurlington, 12.40 mid 11.32 a. m.
Saratoga way, 11.4.1 a. in.
New York, 11.45 a. in. and 4.M p. m.
Connecticut Utter way, 8.45 p. m.
Woodstock way, (stage) ll.iw n. in.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays niul Saturdays) 10.30 u.in.
CVMnlls will lin nromnliv closed at tho sued.
Heed houri nil letters deposited In tho street
ooxcsttiu lie conecicu in s.iw nnu ii.no a.m.,
12.10, 1.30 and last collection for all nlgnt malls,
nt 9.00)1. in. All letters deposited In tliu Letter
llox at thu Depot will bo collected by ltouto
Agents live minutes previous to tho departure
of each mail train.
11A1TIST. Itev. 13. Mills, Pastor; .Services nt
10.4.1 a. in. nud 7.00 p. in. .valibath school at 12 in.
Catholic ltev. Charles lloylan, Pastor: Ser
vices nt 8.00 nnd 10.20 u. in., and 7.00 p. in.
Fhknch Catuouc ltev. II. cardinal, Pastors
Sen Ices nt ll.no a. in. and 4-00 p. in.
Cosukeoatioxai.. Hcv. J.o. Johnson, Pastor:
Services at 10.45 a. m. and 7.00 p. m. Prayer
meetings Thursday nnd Saturday evenings nt
" UriscorAi ltev. W. J. 1 Inrrls, Hector i Morn
Ing l'raycr with Sermon at 10.80 a. in. Sunday
School Immediately nrter morning service.
Kveulng Prayer with sermon nt too p. m.
Methodist. Iter. II. l- Kustln, Pastor; Scr
vices nt lo.so a. m. and nt 7.00 p. m. Sabbath
School nt 12 m. Prayer Meetings Tues lav and
Thursday evenings at 7.30, In tho Chopel, West
West Itutland Methodist Preaching In Cen
tral Hall nt 2.00 and 7.03 p. in.
Young- .Hi-n's Christina Association.
Meets at their Hall, IiumimWlllock, Monday
evenings for devotional serv ices at 7.30 o'clock.
All nro Invited.
Heading Itoom freely open to all, from 8.00 n.
in. to 10 p. in.
KUTXANl) ASD VICINITY.
A special meeting of Centre Lodge will
bo held tliis (Saturday) evening at 7
The adjourned pale of building lots nt
auction by Gershom Cheeuy will take
place to-day (Saturday) nt 1 o'clock p. m.
The lots are located on Jackson Avenue in
the south cast part of the village. See ad
vcrtisenicnt in another columu.
Elder J. K. Cook, of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
will preach in the Advent Chapel to-morrow,
at 10. 45 a. m. and 1.30 p. m. He
will remain through the week nnd the fol
Rev. E. R. Atwill, of St. Paul's church,
Burlington, preaches in Trinity Church to
morrow. Rev. M. II. Kuckham, President of the
University of Vermont, preaches at the
Congregational Church to-morrow.
Rev. S. W. Field, of Providence, R. I.,
wiil preach at the Baptist church to-mor-'
row morning, and nt the Chapel in North
Clarendon, nt 4 u'cpick p. m.
Tho chorus met for rehearsal last night,
Mr. Meitzke conducting. The next re
hearsal will he at the town hall next -Monday
evening nt which time Carl Zerralin is
And now the trustees are laying n new
walk before Chester Klnglcy's store on
Merchants' Row. Tho work lias begun.
The clothing stores on tho comers make
a line display of goods. Our citizens ought
surely to dress in style.
Governor Converse is absent from the
Tho Vermont Central Railroad will
carry persons attending the State Fair in
Rutland, the second week in September,
for faro one way ; on stock nnd articles for
exhibition tho freight must be paid, and on
tho return of the animals or articles from
-which they were shipped, the money paid
will bo refunded.
James A. Sliedd of Burlington, has sold
si valuable pair of horses to Hon. David
Ooodell of Brattleboro.
L. C. Orvis of Manchester, leaves on
Monday to take up his residence in Chi
cago. Hon. Frank II. Orvis of Manchester,
has returned from Florida, nnd will open
the Equinox House Juno 1st.
Tho amount of insurance written by E.
O. Mason for tho Equitable Life Assur
mice, for which ho received tho pilzc, was
two hundred thousand dollars.
Three columns of reading matter on the
The first number of tho Weekly Oloiik
was issued yesterday.
West Ruilanii. Services of tlio Epis
copal Church in the School House at West
Rutland to-morrow nt 3.30 p. m.
A man in Port Henry commenced n
houso on Monday nnd on Saturday was
living in it.
Tcrrenco Sullvan lias been Deputy Col.
lector of this district.
A Methodist Church is to lie erected In
this village this summer, the foundation of
which is already completed. It Is to ho
built of brick, and tho audienco room is to
11)0 furnished to scat 300. Tho brick for
itlio entire structure was donated by our
liberal and public spirited citizen, J. G.
Withcrbcc. Five thousand dollars towards
tho building has been subscribed. Rev.
J, W. Shank has been assigned to tills
I. V. Baker, president of tho Vermont
and Canada railroad, and other railroad
officials liavo been In town the last week,
looking over railroad matters.
A new ferry boat Is to Ikj put on tho
route between Port Henry and Chimney
There wos shipped from Cedar Point
station, on the Addison Railroad, from
April 31st to tho 20th, 180 car loads of iron
nnd ore. Nearly 3.C00 tons liavo been sent
Tlio summer term of our public schools
have coninieiH'i'd. Tho legislature has pro
vlded such means ns In llielr best judg
ment, by enacting laws to provide against
tho district being Imposed upon by liicom
potent teachers. All this is ery well, nud
is ns it should be, but is there not n duty to
bo performed by the bead of families in
each district? First nil should lake nil in
terest and see that every child ot proper
ago Is attending school. There may bo
those who nro poor nnd have large families
of children, nnd unable to piovldn such
suitable clothing as in their opinion will
make their children appear respectable.
Tho women of tho district should carefull
look after and do all they can to assist such
ones. Others neglect to provide suitable
books others arc careless nnd indifferent
about their children attending school. All
these things should be looked nftcr. Our
districts lire small nud the burden Is light if
all take an interest in the matter, while the
good resulting from the effort will far out
weigh the cost and trouble.
There is jet another duly, one which is
sadly neglected, nnd must teachers feel It ;
it is neglecting to visit tho school, Many
terms pass and not a parent steps Into the
school-room. Teachers see the want of in
terest, nnd some become discouraged nnd
think if parents do not feci an Interest, that
they are performing a fruitless labor. Chll
dren get the impression that they nro sent
to school to lie out of the way, or pass
away the time to make a show, because it
is the fashion to go to school there is
nothing else that parents neglect so much
as their expressed interest In the schools.
Let every one renew their pledge, nnd
keep it, to visit the school, and show their
interest liy frequently visiting tho school
room, without ceremony during (lie scs
sion, both teacher and scholars will expect
visitors, nnd lie stimulated thereby.
On Fiiday mi nccount was given in the
Gi.oiik of gambling operations In Kecne,
and, report says, it Is still continued. The
three blacklegs that cleaned out the young
man in Kceno depot, on Wednesday after
noon, continued their work last evening, in
a saloon in town. They played a game of
poker, and very soon relieved a young man
of $75 in money nud a watch nnd chain
valued at about iJ12.". The young man
should be more cautious in future nnd not
pick up strangers who enter his saloon.
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Episeopal Church, has accepted n call to
Tho several National banks are full of
UIU l.llltlJIIVIIL fit tllll.-. .11111, 11 IIIUll.l-l
dealers at the aggressions of the Custom
House informer Kevins.
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I I. Aim mill lis tiisliu ss.
FoitT Ann N. Y. May 9ui, 1ST;).
Our town is mainly agricultural, and yet
richly endowed with mineral resources, nnd
with n goodly show of the mechanical in
dustries. First, there nro two Iron Ore mines now
being successfully worked by Mr. Robinson
of Pennsylvania the lessee, producing a
quality of ore claimed to be superior to any
other for furnace purposes. Tlieso mines
liavo never been managed properly until
since Mr. Robinson lias tiken them in
charge they arc now capable of yielding
1B0 tons per day. A constant shipment of
the ore is going on by mil to the South and
West, while several thousand tons are lying
upon tho bank of tho canal awaiting its
At Kancs Falls one mile west of the vil
lage is situated tho celebrated Silex Works
for crushing and pulverizing quartz rock
which is found hero in great abundance.
This article has lately become utilized In
tho manufacture of delft ware. At Kancs
Falls also is a very lino Woolen Mill un
fortunately now lying idle, owing to finan
cial difficulties nnd a cliango of ownership.
In our village is situated the extension
steam door factories' of Evans & Gaylord,
and O, G. Howe, both located upou tho
canal bank on the ono side, and near tho
railroad track upon tho ether. The doors
made hero aro all sent to tho New York
market, passing directly from the buildings
into the cars.
Ship yards of Mr. Sheldon and Mr.
Cossey will ho found numbers of tho new
'largo class canal boats. Tho mercantile In
terest is well represented, also the various
smaller mechanical industries.
Mine host of tho Battle Hill Hotel lias made
his house n success. He is well patronized
by tho traveling public, and his house will
he filled with summer boarders from tho
city tho present summer. No moro roman
tic, country exists for recreation and rest,
Our old friend Corning has grown grey in
tho management of tho old stone store on
the corner. Standing thcro through tho
storms of half a century, a relic of "ye old
en time." Across tho way wo find another
relic in the old hrick store of Mr. Isaac
Clements who has occupied it nearly forty
years, and like Mr. Corning ho lias also
fallen into tho sere and yellow leaf. Both
liavo laid up in storo a goodly number of
shekels of gold nnd silver,
Wo take great pleasure In introducing to
our readers an " American Fencil." Ac
customed as wo are to the use of tho time-
honored "Faber " tho introduction of an
American articlo will bo looked upon with
Interest. American pencils we must con
fess liavo heretofore been swindles and wo
have thought Americans were not a sue
cess as pencil makers, but here is a pencil
mado of American material by Aiiiciilh
machinery, equal to any, if not superior,
to any foreign manufacture. When vvo
can get as good an article lit homo as abroad
It is our duty as Americans to patronize
homo manufactures. They aro manufac
tured by tho Jos. Dixon Crucible Co., of
Jersey City, and nro highly recommended
by stenographers, draughtsmen, and nc
countnauts throughout tho company, Tho
Gloiik Paper Company are tho wholcsaio
agents in this section.
Naiuiow Escape. On Thursday, April
34th, while 11 party of boys were visiting n
cave which opens in tho ledges beside Cold
River, near Drowsvlllo, N. H., says tho
Bellows Falls Times, ono of tho party,
named George Wlghtman, slipped from
tho rock Into tho rapid and swollen stream,
and was carried down the current, much of
the thno under water, nbout six rods, when
ho caught hold of a rock in tho middle of
tho Btream, and 0110 of bis companions,
named Bertki Abbott, who is hut twelve
years old, with much presence of mind,
reached to him tho end of a polo nnd drew
him to tho shore and saved his life.
Orlillgi! Con 11 1)-.
A grave laborer tilling a grave nt last.
Mr. James McDuffee, of Bradford, whoso
death took place last Saturday, nt the ago
of seventy-three, bad from "time Inimemo.
lial" the village sexton, nnd had dug 1,(500
grave while holding tho position.
Mrs. Agnes R. Pitkin, wife of Albert E.
Pitkin, of New York, fortncily of Tun-
bildge, Vt., leaves with n party of friends
for hut-ope, Juno 1st.
Potatoes have recently been taken from
the ground nt St. Albans that arc sound and
In good condition for tho tabic.
Mr. H. A. Soule, of Fairfield, tanned
1, -100 trees, and made a largo amount of
sugar tills sin-ing.
Tho towns of Lowell, Eden nnd West
field, have raised seven hundred dollars for
n pro) miliary survey of the Midland rail
road. The spring session of tho State Normal
School nt Johnson opens May 14.
C. J. Toinllnson lias been elected W. C.
T. of Camel Hump Lodge of Good Temp
lars nr Huntington.
A barrel of beer was seized by Deputy
SheillT Ferguson in May's grocery nt Rich
mond, the 3d inst., nnd udjudged forfeited
by Justice Ilnll, nnd placed in the hands of
the town liquor agent.
The pay roll of the Passumpsic railroad
last month numbered about fiOO men. The
nmoiint paid for help through the year,
averages about ij'2.",000 a mouth, or $300,
000 11 year. But the number of employes
Is usually much larger than at pro.-ont, oc
casionally as high ns 1,500 men. Henry
P. Alden, and several other men who had
resigned their positions on the Piissuinpsic
road, are to remain.
John Sealmry has been elected W. C. T.
of Home lodge of Good Templars at Water
bury. .T.uncs l'lilllbrick and Merrill L. Coffrln,
both enterprising young men, left Montpe
Her last week for Detroit, Minnesota, where
they go to cstabll.-h homes near the North
ern Piieilic ralho.-id.
The teachers' Institute for Washington
county was held at Middlcbury this week.
William C'oolcy Is building 11 cheese fac-
tory near Watcrbuiy Center. The milk of
live hundred cows is to be fiirni.-hed this
A gentleman going from Wnitslleld to
Walcibury 011 Sunday last, Mav 3d, en
countered n snow drift, which by actual
measurement was found to be seven feet
Frank X. Smith lias been appointed post
master at Watcilmry Center, vice John D.
The Vermont reform school chair fac
tory is now turning out about live hundred
chair scats per day. About half of these
me canal by the boys, and the rest in about
forty dilTeront families, to -whom somo
twenty dollars per day will bo paid.
There was taken out of the irnnlen of
Col. Jacob Davis, of Montpelier, on the 1st
of Apiil last, 11 parsnip, well proportioned,
which measured exact v six feet, six Indies
and two-thirds of un inch in length.
, yi.fc, iiyii, ,,!,, .Hlfy ip, IOUI.
James Fisk's monument at Brattleboro
will piob.ibly bo erected before the close of
Maple sugar Is plenty nt Brattleboro, at
pi ices 'ranging from thirteen to clghtcccn
O. R. Fowler, a Brattleboro blacksmith,
was seriously injured, Tuesday, while at
tempting to shoe a vicious horse.
William II. Jones, ex-assistant judge of
the Windham county couit, nnd a man
well known and respected throughout the
State for his official fidelity, died at his
home, in West Dover, Monday. He was
buried with Mosonlc honors 011 Wednesday.
Medioai. and Sckoicai. Histojsy. Mem
bers of congress, are entitled to seven 6Ct,
of seven volumes each, of the Medical and
Surgical History of the Rebellion. Two
volumes arc out, and nro especially valua
ble to tho medical profession. Hon. Luke
P. Poland, of the third district, lias decid
ed to place ono set of his quota in each of
the most prominent public libraries in his
A New Exhine. Tho Mesxengev gives
a description of a new engine, of unusual
lower, designed for hauling heavy express
passenger trains, which has just been com
pleted at tho Vermont Central shops at St.
Albans. It bears the name of ". C.
Smith. Tho oldest engineer in the service
of tho road, Lowell Lyman, will run it.
Havimr been out of town since Monday,
and observing by the report that I was ap
pointed street commissioner tor the village
of Ruthin, I desire to return my thanks to
tho trustees for the honor they wished to
bestow me by tho appointment to that of
I wish also to tender my most sincere
thanks to the trustees, especially the presi
dent of the hoard, for Ills prompt official
action in revoking the commission, nnd
consider it a favor as I did not solicit or
desire the appointment to the office.
A. F. Davis.
Rutland, May 0.
In Shrewsbury, May 0, nt thn rcsldenco of the
nrmc's miner, ny itev. j. 1;, i-iuuiu, jur. ju;ruu
13. Marshall, ot Clarendon, and Miss Mary M.
Morse, daughter ot Win. Morse, Esq.
ituTi.AMi ro.NT ort'iui:.
Advertised Utters for tho week ending May
Iioshly, Miss Mary McDonnell, Mary
lliett, Miss Thcrcssa A Moody. Allen A
llurs'ess, sirs l.jdla W, onion, Miss Maud
.'Irouks, Mrs Klfa J Parker, Mrs. Julia M
liuckus, Mrs O o Porter, Mrs Nelllo
Connors, Mary Itusscll, Miss Kllen
Carroll, Mrs Tlmolhy Mmart, Miss Mluulo
Culler, Mrs. Mary 1. Segar, Mrs. I". A.
Dojle, MlssJulla Sitronif, Miss lrn!n
l-'ltzpatrlck, Miss Kallo Tnrhle, Mrs. Charles
Henry. Ksllier Wynn, Mrs. Catharluo
Huso, Mrs. Morris WllHams, Mrs llcorgo
l.add, .Mrs. Mary Welch, Miss Mary
llrown, 13 M
Caswell, ld It
Cheney, .1 A
Donelan, T. V'l
lloodale, 1-3 A
(loodell, J W
drover, 7. V1
Johnson, Edward U
Kenncy. L I)
McKeofh, Win M
Powers, Noel 13
St iJiureut, Hector
Sawyer. 8 V
Trucnorthy, J 11
Tullor, O (I
Wlnchel, foster J-ll
When application Is mado tor an advertised
letter, thu applicant must clvo date ol ndver
mcnt. If not called lor w llnln ono month they
will bo sent to thu Dead Letter unico.
J. 11. KIUIUIIN, P. M.
LIC HORN & MAQNOLIA FLOUR
very choice, for sale nt
mayldiwly H. W. MAItSIIAlIH'B.
THE LOUISIANA DIFFICULTIES
tiii: ciiasi: oiini:iiiii:n.
THE KANSAS TK AGED Y
ll.UMIOAl) Al'CIDKNT IN COMMICTK'IT.
The Louisiana Struggle.
Nkw Yoiik, May t).
Now Orleans dispatches report that
tlircats to assassinate Gov. Kellog are free
ly mado on tho streets, and extra prceau
Hons aro taken to guard him from violence.
It is believed nn attempt will be mado to
day to stop tho advance of tho policemen
who left for St. Martinsville, yesterday.
Only two metropolitans havo so far been
wounded at St. Martinsville, officers Bruat
nnd Babylon, nnd nono killed. One citizen
was wounded. Col. LoBlanclie, In nn offi
cial report to Gov. McEncry of the fight,
Thursday, saysi Tho attack upon him
was simply a demonstration to ascertain his
numbers. Tho metropolitans fired but few
shots, and then returned to town. The
name of tho young lady wounded was Miss
Almcc. Col. LcBlancho's headquarters on
Friday were on Cypress Island, three miles
north of St. Martinsville. The Island Is
surrounded by Bayou Fortio and Fortio
Marsh, both Impassable to man or horse,
and can lie approached only by three nar
row bridges, which n handful of men can
defend. The women nnd children in the
vicinity of Martinsville havo not generally
left their residences. Col. Badger thinks
himself perfectly capable of making n safe
retreat, should it becomo necessary to do
so. Nino desertions aro reported from his
command. Tho stores In Martinsville are
all closed, nnd most of the civilians have
left. Most of LcBlanchc's forces ore well
mounted. Badger's aro all on foot. Lc--Blanche
thinks he could easily cut off
Badger's retreat if disposed to do so.
Another dispatcli from New Orleans says
Col. LeBlanchc has surrendered to the'
United States forces, but the Kellogg mili
tia declare that they will never surrender.
The federal troops In the city nro held in
readiness to move at n moment's notice.
Gov. Kellogg, Gen. Longstrect and Col.
Badger have been Indicted by tho McEncry
grand jury for Instigating tho movement of
the metropolitans. Chas. P. Raney, ar
rested on tho charge of firing the pistol at
Gov. Kellogg, lias been released on five
thousand dollars bail. It Is reported that
no less than twelve Richmond citizens have
licen marked for assassination.
WAItlSANTS FOR THE A1UIEST OF TUB LEAD
Wasiiinotox, May 9.
The attorney general has received the
following dispatcli from Marshal Packard:
New Ont.EAXB, Muy 8.
Hon. Geo. H. Williams, attorney general :
I received warrants for the arrest of Dc
Blanche and ten other leaders of tho insur
rectionary organization at St. Martinsville.
Tho accused licing in nrms and with strong
lorcc, 1 deem It best to at once execute tho
process to prevent further effusion ot
blood, nnd therefore mado n requisition up.
on Gen. Emory for n military posse of
forty men nnd two officers, which were
promptly furnished. Chief Deputy Mar-
shall Do Klyne left with tho posse, arriv
ing at Brashear City yesterday noon by rail.
The regular line of boats of the Prince Hill
Tuppcr company, carrying the mails to
St. Martinsville, were withdrawn licforo
tho arrival of Deputy Marshal Do irw-t
and laid up at Frankly, ut tho proprie
tors refused him the use of tho boat.
There is no other water transportation
available there, but it may lie supplied in a
short timo through Gen. Emory. Gen.
Badger, commanding the State militia, has
licen in St. Martins five days, whither ho
repaired to Install tho local officers. This
parisli was returned Republican by both
The Lynch and Wharton board. Skirm
ishing has been going Jon, and sonic
wounded 011 both sides. Tho latest news
is that Badcger is holding the town and
protecting the court In session. Ho does
not intend to go out and attack DeBlanche's
force, which Is encamped two miles out,
and is two hundred strong ; and they in
turn, it is believed, aro not strong enough
to safely attack Badger in tho town. The
arrival of a deputy marshal witli his posse
will end the contest.
S. B. Packaiui, U. S. Marshal.
TUB NEW OlU.EANS PICAYUNE AND THE
New Oiu.eans, May 9.
Tho Picayune to-day contains tho follow
ing : The dispatch wo printed to-day as
coming from Gen. Sherman to W. P. Kel
logg was received by us from a sourco con
sidered trustworthy and responsible. It
was impossible for us to verify it as of our
own knowledge, but as nuthcntlc to the
best of our knowledgo and lielief wo pub
lished it. Its authenticity wo find is de
nied, and Its terms is contradicted. AVo
therefore hasten to give the public tho lien
cfit of the fact and stato our position In re.
lation to tho dispatch.
War in Cuba.
Havana, May 7.
Tho insurgents attacked the town of
Lcncayhama, but licing repulsed by the
Spanish troops, were unable to destroy tho
town. Tho Spanish troops attacked the
entrenched camp of the Insurgents nt Nn
jaro Grande, and, aided by artillery, dis
lodged tho insurgents. Tho Spanish com
mander rciwts a loss of four killed and
sixteen wounded, and says tho insurgents
lost sixteen killed and many wounded, who
were carried to tho woods. A Spanish
steamer has arrived hero with four hundred
Carllst prisoners, who havo como to rein
force the Spanish army In tho field.
Madimd, May 9.
Tho Carllsts claim a victory for their
chief, Dorregaruy, in Navarre, and assert
that they took three commissioned officers,
including a colonel, prisoners, and cap-
captured a piece of artillery. But tlieso
pretensions aro discredited by tho official
dispatch of yesterday announcing a defeat
nnd rout of Dorregoray, which is of later
dato Hum tho Carllst dispatches. General
Nouvllos has gono to Navarre. Iu tho
meantime Flgueros will act as minister of
Tho United States steamer Shenandoah
arrived nt Port Mahou Wednesday. Her
commander has asked permission of tho
military authorities to land and drill part
of his crew at tho arsenal.
Tho C'hnso Funeral President (Irnni's
Nr.w Yoiik, May I).
The following is a complete list of gen
tleinen who havo been Invited mid have
consented to act ns pall bcaicrs at the fune
nil of Chief Justice Chase 1 Hamilton Fish
Gideon Welles, W. T. Sherman, William
Cullen Bryant, Whllelaw Held, Win. M
Evarts, Cliailes O'Connor, Irwin McDow
ell, Gerritt Smith, Hiram Barney, Win. !
Havemeycr, JohnJ. Cisco. The following
telegram was received from President
Grant at Valparaiso, Ind.i Your dispatcli,
announcing the death of Hon. Chief Jus-
lice Chase, is received. Ills family nnd tho
nation have my condolence In inournlnj
tho loss of a distinguished nnd faithful pub
lie officer Admiral Polo, Spanish Minis.
ter, also telegraphed his most sincere con.
dolcnco to the family of his valued friend
Salt Lake City, May II,
Major Malloy lias Instituted n libel suit
against the Tribune newspaper of this city
for 4-80,000 damages.
Brlghain Young stated Thursday tlint In
I8I1 be settled in this country with one
hundred nnd foity souls, and for thousands
of miles the region was Infested with hos
tile Indians, that ho gained their fi lend
ship, nnd by noting honorably with them,
never stooping to deception, lie was ena
bled to maintain his foothold. Tho hosti
lity of the Indians had been augmented by
robbeiies committed by unscrupulous
agents, ami they had lost nil faith in the
lienor and integrity of tho government of
ficials. The Modocs did to the Commis
sioners jllst what what they thought was
being attempted to be done to them, nnd
peace should be made nt nny cost or the
entire West w ould be embodied in a gen
cral Indian warfare. On being asked If he
endorsed President Grant's policy, Young
replied, I endorse the policy so far ns it
corrects abuses and tends to 11 lasting peace
and to the civilization of the Indians. An
Indian war would, he added, destroy the
commerce, capital and Immigration he
tween Missouri and the Pacific coast, and
retard the settlement of the country for
twenty years, viliich would in Itself hen
City or Mexico, May 0.
The police havo been ordered to prohibit
the Jesuits living in societies in Adgaca.
Several Jesuits preached disobedience to
the laws and the constitution, and their ar
rest was ordered, but being advised of the
movement ngainst them, lied.
Bank of England Forger.
Havana, May 8.
Bidweli left for England, in charge of
the English detective. It is reported that
Bidweli will turn state's evidence on his nr.
rival in England.
Madkid, May !).
iVdmlral Topctc litis been arrested. It is
thought lie will lie released soon. Gen.
Velarde In a telegraph dispatch to the gov
ernment, says many Carllsts are surrender
ing. He nlso states that he Is making prep
arations to order n levy en masse to raise
forces to assist his troops in crushing the
insurrection. The band of- Carllsts com
manded ly Cnmpo nnd Gomez have been
totally deleated by the national forces j
many of the insurgents, including their
leaders were killed. The misunderstand
ing between Gen. Velarde and the Minister
of War Nomilas has been amicably adjust
ed. Siiihlen Dealli;
H,.,,v "..., -May !).
Mnrirni-' .Miller, nbout twenty yeais
of age, died suddenly In a saloon here on
Tuesday. It was supposed at first that she
died from dissipation, but subsequently
suspicion of foul piny attached to Charles
D. Hurley, her reputed husband, who is
under arrest awaiting the result of the Cor
Ciiic.viio, May U.
The Northwestern Associated Piess List
evening concluded a contract with the
Western Associated Press and Western
Union Telegraph Co. for the continued use
and transmission of dispatches.
A Murderer Stan Ing Himself.
TiiENioN, N. J., Muy 9.
Luslgnnnl, tho murderer, refuses to take
food, and is trying to starve himself to
death before Thursday next.
' Methodist Unlu'i-sity.
Knoxvii.i.e, Tenn., May !).
Hie locating committee of tho Methodist
Episcopal church South, appointed fiom
four States to choose a site for the Central
Methodist university, with half a million
endowment, liavo located It nt Knoxvllle.
Fifty thousand dollars nnd situ were sub
scribed by tho citizens.
Trouble nt Vienna.
London, May 9.
,Y special dispatch to the Standard from
Vienna states that a serious difference has
arisen lietwccn tho Archduke Cliailes
Louis; the patron, and Baron Schwartz, the
superintendent of tho universal exhibition.
In conscqucnco of a backwardness of thu
arrangements. Tho emperor siding with,
tho baron, Archduke- Cliailes has taken
umbrage and left Vienna.
New Yoiik, May 9.
At the national temperance meeting, res-
olutlons were adopted appealing to Gov.
Dix to sign the local option liili passed by
tho Legislature. Among tho vice-presi
dents elected were Vice-President Wilson,
Schuyler Colfax and Henry Waal Bcecher
Haietfoud, May 9.
Two cars of 11 freight train on tho Hart.
ford, Providence and Flshklll railroad were
thrown from the track at Tollis Station,
near Wnterbury, tills nftcrnoon, and Con
ductor George F. Bradley, of this city, and
Roadmaster A. M. Butts, of Wnterbury,
received Injuries from which they died
shortly after tho accident. P. White, ns-
Distant roadmaster, was also badly hurt
Butts leaves n wife nnd two children.
Neutrality to ho Ropoclcd.
Bayonne, May 9,
It is said that traffic will soon bo resumed
on tho southern railway in Spain, there
being a tacit agreement between the gov-
eminent and tho Carllst to respect tho nciu
trallties of railways und ncniilt tho running
of trains so long as they do not Ix-nr troops
or niatcilals of war.
U. S. Court.
Savannah, Go., May 9.
Hon. Joseph P. Bradley, associate ins.
lite of the Supreme court, nitlvcd here to.
night, nnd openn the United States Circuit
court .Monday, the lllli.
Treating Willi Indians,
Vinoi.NiA City, May 9.
Advices from Camp Win 1 en to May 2d
says that Gen. Wlieaton lias Instructed his
conmilpsaiy to provide partial subsistence
for the band of Snake Piutcs under Ochco.
who has promised to remove his people
from the vlclnily of the lava beds to camp
Wnncn. Ochco bus been one of the most
formidable enemies of tho w lilies In foinier
wars, but as evidence that he does not in
tend to aid Captain Jack he offers to send
some of Ids warriors to light the Modocs.
Lonsviu.13, Ky., May 9.
As No. 7 passenger train for Cincinnati,
over the short line road, was passing Wood
Lawn station, seven miles from this city,
last night, it was tluown from the track by
n switch which had been moved by some
malicious person. The engineer und fire
men were slightly injured. No otner per
son was hurt, though the engine, baggage
car, two passenger nnd one sleeping coach
wcie thrown from the track.
A Kansas Tragedy Identifying the
Kansas City, May 9.
A special to the Times from Cherryvale,
Kansas, tho scene of the murder of Win.
York and others, gives the following as
names of the bodies found under Benuer's
house, nnd thus far discovered nnd Identi
fied : 11. F. McKenzie, Identified by his
brother-in-law j H. Lonchor and child 18
months old, idcntlucd by his father-in-law;
W. F. McCarthy, 123d Illinois infantry ;
D. Brown, Idcntiflc,d by A. Hownid, a
countryman ; John Geary, of Howard
county, identified by his wife ; and W. A.
York, identified by ids brother, Col. A. M.
York. All were killed by a blow on the
back of the head w ith a hammer, nnd had
their throats cut, except the little girl.
The ground will ho ploughed to-day for
New Yoiik, May 9,
A body of a man was found in the Hud
son river to-day, It is supposed, to bo that
of Henry WolIT, n clothier, who has been
missing since May 2d.
Havanna, May 9.
News from S.intlasro dc Cuba to-davsavs
O'Kclley arrived their yesterday and was
placed in Morro Fort, the trial will be con
Assault on nil Officer.
Annapolis, May 9.
During the trial of Hallabon and Nichol
son here to-day, for the murder of Mrs.
Laniplcy in Baltimore, the prisoners rush
ed upon Deputy Murshul Frey and severely
assaulted him. Two detectives came to
ills rescue ard the prisoners were secured
nnd prevented from doing further mischief.
The case proceeded and was given to the
jury who returned a verdict of murder in
the first degree.
Washington, May 9.
The President 'returned this evening.
Soon after his nn ivnl lie was visited by
seyei-al gentlemen including Gen. Sherman,
Jt""""''soii. Mlornov fin.."--'
Williams, Post Master General l.'rcsswell,
Secictaiy Fish, and pntnry Robinson.
The object of the visits was simply to pay
their icspects and welcome the President
home. The President will resume the
routine of official business to-morrow, und
tlicre lire vm ions opinions expressed con
cerning tho nppointiucnts to bo mado by
tho President to the American diplomatic
missions to Japan nnd Russia. Many be
lieve that both appointments will bo made
before the President leaves the city on his
til)) to Connecticut. The President will
attend the f uncial services of the into
Chief Justice Chute, in tills city, Monday
i'liule oil the. Bourse
Vienna, May 9.
There was a wild panic on the bouitc. It
was caused by the failure of a leading firm
which threw a large amount of stock 011
the market. So great was the excitement
that business became impossible. Specu
lators have petitioned tho government to
order tho suspension of transactions for
several days, and adopt measures of relief.
During tlioiieiglit of the panic Rothschild
and Schey were publicly Insulted on the
Binoiiamikix, May 0.
Patrick Halpino, n fanner living near
this city, dropped dead while plowing,
yesterday, of disease of the heart.
II. R. Stratum, a carpenter, died 111 n fit
here this morning ; rum tho cause.
Sentenced to Death.
Wiif.ei.ino, W. Va., May 9.
Taylor Shoiulcr, colored, who killed his
wife about a year ago, to-day was found
guilty of murder in the first degree, nnd
sentenced to death.
Thrown from n Wagon.
MoiiiiisTowN, N. J., May 9.
Tunis R. Colih of Pareippany, nn aged
farmer, was thrown from his wagon by a
runaway team in Boonton yesterday nnd
Fell In a Fit.
Washington, May 9.
Rear Admiral John A, Winclcw, United
States Navy, of Kcarsago fame, while
about leaving tho Ebbett House nftcr din
tier to-day, to tako tho train for the north
fell in a fit of apoplexy, which for some
time promised to 1h! very serious, but after
vigorous medical treatment ho is now
somewhat better, luing conscious, and
hopes nro entertained of ids recovery. Ad
miral Wlnslow had 11 similar attack while
in California about a year ago,
New Yoiik, May 9.
H Is now said tho Judge of tho Supremo
court of tho general term, who have denied
tho Stokes motion of tho former trial, will
not 10-sentenco him, pending a decision by
the court of appeals, to which tho case
must next lie taken.
I.jlng In State.
WAsntxo-ioN, Mav 9.
The body of the late Chief Justice Chase
will bo lirought here Saturday nluht. nnd
will llo Instate In the Supremo Court
Uiamlicr until Sunday, where thu public
Will have tho opportunity to view tho ic.
mains Ix-tween the hours of ten nnd five.
HKSI'EI'T 11) HIS IlKMAINS.
Tho body will be placed on tho same
catafalque upon which were laid the re
mains of Lincoln. Several officers of tho
Supremo court left here In company with
other officiates to attend tho funeral e.ver
ci.'cs lit New York to-morrow. Tho fol
lowing executive order bus been Issued.
The President announces with deep regret
the death of Hon. Solinon P. Chase, Chief
Justice of the United States, who closed a
life or long public service in the city or
New Yoik on the 7th Inst., having filled
the offices of Senator of the U. S., Gov
ernor of Ohio, Secretory of the Treasury,
and crowing and long career In the exalted
position of Chief Justice of tho United
States. The President directs id! piddle
offices in Washington to be closed on Sat
urday the 10th Ins!., the day or his funeral,
and that they lie draped in mourning for a
peilod of thirty days, and that all Hags be
displayed nt half mast on tho public build-
ngs and forts, nnd on the national vessels
on the day of Ids funeral, in honor of the
memory of the illustrious dead.
By order of the President,
nusoi.fnoN.s or hespixt.
A meeting of citizens of this distilct was
held, this nftcrnoon, to testify In respect
ror the memory of the late Chief Justice,
Gov. Cook, president. After speeches by
Hon. -. It. Shepherd, Dr. C. C. Cox, O.
A. Darrett and other nnd thu adoption of
appropriate resolutions, the meeting ad
A meeting of citizens, natives of Ohio,
held a meeting to-night to tako appropriate
action In regard to the death or the lato
Oiler Justice. S. S. Cox, presided, Res
olutions eulogistic of tho lato Chief Justice
were adopted, concluding with the expres
sion of the intention to attend tho funeral
in a body. Addresses were mado by W.
If. Ladd, H. L. Burnett, R. E. Parsons,
Gen. McCook, Henry Wntterson and
From 'cw York.
New Yoiik, May 9.
Ariivcd The steamship Airagon from
Preparations me being made for the ex
ecution of Nixon a week from to-day.
1 lie hoiseshocrs, to the number of tlf.
teen hundred, propose to parade and stilko
next week if the bosses do not yield to
At Mayor Havemcyer's request flags will
be displayed in the city and on theshipping
to-monow nt half mast ns a mark of res
pect to Judge Chose.
The gambling saloons of all classes wero
closed last night by the proprietors, In an
ticipation of that duty being done by the
Bleakley, the condemed murderer, will
be taken to Sing Sing to-morrow-. Con
siderable comment on the verdict as one
for murder in the first degree was expec
ted. Among the remaining probable nomina
tions by tho Mayor mentioned are Hugh
Gardiner for Police Commissioner, ox-Assemblyman
Cliailes A. Flaninier for Com
missioner of Jurors, Gen. Slialer for one of
the Fire Commissioners, .any,-,;,,,
Mr. Scilgmau. f- 1
3ohn Murphy is said to he the name of
tho burglar shot dead in Newton, L. I., a
few weeks since. Four months ago Mur
phy tied to tills city from Chicago to es
cape arrest. One of his hand was shot
while committing a robbery, giving tho
names of the entire gang. Murphy tiddly
operated in the West and South.
At 11 special meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce on Friday, nftcr some remarks
from tho chairman, W. E. Dodge, resolu
tions were adopted giving expression to
giving expression to the grief of thu
Chamber at tho death of Chief Justice
Chase. George Ojidyku then paid a touch
ing tribute to the departed Chief Justice.
At a meeting of thu Executive Commit-
tee of the Union League of America, held
in New York on Friday, ex-Gov. William
A. Newell in the chair. Only routine
business was transacted.
A postal convention between the United
States and Belgium was signed on Fiiday
liv the Postmaster General and the Bel-
giuni Minister. It will tako effect July
Hist, reducing single rate letter postage in
dosed mails via England, from ten to
eight cents, and establishing six cent rate
for letters sent by direct steamers.
New Yoi:k, May 9.
At the annual meeting of tho national
temperance society held to-day, William E.
Dodge was elected president and J. N.
Stearns, corresponding and recording sec
retary. The receipts for thu past year Is
s-na.OSa. Expenses S3,8 IS. Resolution's
w ere adopted appealing to Congress to ap
point 11 commissioner to Inquire into thu
liquor traffic throughout the country, and
to )iass a general law prohibiting the nianu.
fact lire and sale of intoxicating liquors.
Death of John Stuart Mill.
London, May 9.
John Stuart Mill Is dead. Intelligence of
his death at Avignon, France, reached here
nt 2 o'clock this afternoon.
New Yoiik, -May 9.
A Herald secial from London says John
Stuart Mill died or phlegmonous erysipelas.
it terminated fatally tho third day after it
appearance, closing tho passages of the
throat. Mill left an autobiography ready
for tho press, and several other complete
Respect to Ills Memory.
Bai.timohe, May t).
At 11 meeting of the liencli and bar of
this city to-day, tho Hon. Revcrdy John
son pronounced an eloquent eulogy on tho
Into Chief Justice Chase, and appropriate
resolutions were adopted.
Washington, May 9.
Tho treasury department and office of
tho Attorney General, were draped in
mourning In respect to tho memory of the
lato Chief Justice Chase.
Cincinnati, .May 9.
Tho Chamber of Commerce, to-day,
adopted a memorial on tho death of Chief
Ollldni Weather Report.
Wasiunoion, 1). C, May 9.
For Canada nnd New England fulling
barometer, cnstcily and southerly wind,
cloudy and raining weather.
Vienna, May 9.
The number of people attending the ex
hibition hns been from 12,000 to 10,000
'' Vorlt Slock and Jlloiiey Market.
New Yoiik, May 0.
riniinclat mnlters oulet. Mnm.t i,i,n,,,,i ,.
GST per cent., nnd closing Willi free oircrlmjs nt
tna I'ei turn.
Sterling dull niul licavv nt siasi- for ivi .I,,--
ami ogo'. for sight.
(Jolil jesteiday ll',17?;j most business nt
I'-Vfel".1., tho closing rate.
Iians 8(4? per cent.
Treasury disbursements t2M),0,Hi.
Custum receipts, $432,001).
(lovernmcnts dull; rlnslnrr Urm 11 la
nounccd that halt a million nrnnlrenilv rmi,.r.in-
ed nt tlio treasury, under call ot March llrst.
Stato bonds dull nnd heavy. Pacific railroad
slock, V. S, Mall niul Delaware, Lackawana and
Western wero features ot tho stock market to
day, each maklns a sharp ailvnnco j otherwise
the market was Intensely dull, and elianeci on
ly 'i$X percent.
Paclllc rose from r,i. to ml einsinn- t r.i
Delawnro A: I-irl-nwnmi!, t-iis.. ftvMn mi
closing nt 101. Whole market closed stjon. '
1 iiu imiuH ins aro uio quotations :
IT. K. r.s sl I-,.,.
u. s. r.s Si coupon..! '.'.!"'.'.""'.'." iai'
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r. s. mos. 'ci new
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r. H. 10-401 reg
t. S. lo-ios coupon
Delaware and Hudson Canal
Western L'nl'o'ii'i'eV. '. '. '. '. '.'.!! '. '. '.
lloston Water Power...'.'.!!!..'.'.'.!!'.
wells, l-'arifo A- tv
AtlHTll.!,,, l I' IVnn.
I'nlteil states I3.xpn.-ss'.. '.'.'.'.'.!'.'.'.'.!!
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Lake snore Mich. So
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Clenveland, Coliunlms .v. Cln 011
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.1111. & St. Paul
uo. prererred 731.
.W.&v .. 70
iln. ni-iro,-i-nil . .
Alton & Terre Haute ir,
do. prererred 411
ClilcaKO Alton un
uu. preierrcu ip
Ohio A Mississippi j7
Del., Lack. .v. West ! ,J
lloston, Hartford .V 13rp " j-'.
C. c. fc Indiana Central '. r.'.
1 in ,1 1. iiifl r !t' ' , 't3.V..V.,. " - ' I
l?enlr;il I'nplilA ...I:.''
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Tennessee Cs lm"
do. new ' '' s,i'
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(la. 6s ;!
North Carolina (is .j;
do. new "' 10
South Carolina Cs 3,)
uo. new 1,-,
Kvw York l'l-odiui- .lliirliel.
inw-i i- ,1, '"lurcs, 14,100 lj.Ues.as ful
si.'iJ, a,J: June, lSMtwisfcc.! .uu,
1S'.(41S,C.) August, rS3.1CCslS,;' XuK
Fl.OL-1! Iteeplnlu r.o, 1.1,,.. ...
S". "'A ."' demand chle'llv ior shlnni,,,?
linn. Mra uino, market closing
1!VK l-'iJicu. l-'.dr dcm.int,. .. ,
at $4.1i)(.?f,.75 for interior to vX1)?3, o bids.,
erllne; (am for fancy superfine. "'"Olce Sim-cons-
.Mkai.. Hi good demand. Sale,
WiusKitr. Shade tinner nt 2v,c.
Wheat. Receipts 37,2731iuh. Market ahout
lc. higher, with scarcely nny wanted and other
grniles steady with moderato export nnd limit
ed milling demand. Sales 7.(iil bushels, nt
$l.52wl.!o for rejected spring; il.GMi.cs for
car lots; No. 2 Chicago fl.C7il.(W ; for No. '-
Milwaukee storo I.C7wl.C9; do nlloat 11.72V,
No 1. Milwaukee spring; 12.0-1 for umber west
ern; $2.20 for white California.
ItvK iulet Ilrm.
ll.im.Kv. Quiet; sales 5,.wi bushels: West
ern 11t.1t tl.ls. Malt neglected.
cuivEit Sm:i).-Mnrket steady, at 8k(.iSc.
for western ; 8'4(.T9e. for state.
Timotiiv. l-'li in nt $4.co
cons-. ltccelpls 4,4S4 bushels. Maiketltrm
and In moderate demand. Sales S3,uh bushels
at tilwcs,!, for new mixed Western chlctly ; 07
(.o, for old Western Mixed In ltorc!; for
old do. allo.it ; (is,v fine, for Yellow Western.
O its. Receipts M.S77. Market In good de
mand and rattier tinner. Whlto scarce and
wanted. Sales m,(kki bushels, nt MX.ir.2 for
new mixed western,; .Mimc. for whlto western,
chlellynt tavardj, ; 4ViMUio, for black west
ern ; fxic. for old do. in store,
li.os. In f.ilr request at 14JS1.V. for west,
ern, l.Vi,uV,' for state, Jersey nnd l'eiuisvl
vanla 14(a14'vc. for Southern,
Day. Oulet without decided change.
Hoes (Julet and steady.
coffee. Market nrmer ; Same's Is1, ; Kip
quoted at 17i,(.(19',c,
Snuit. rinii ; fair to good demand quoted at
S,V clayed quoted nt 771,-s 7S'
.Moi.issks. Market Is quite and unchanged;
New Orleans quoted at C7n so; Porto Itlco dull
Kick .steady nt 7'4issxc.
1'ktkoi.kum. Market easier at oviaioe. for
erudu nud su rellneil; 20),20'. for luturo de
livery. Pokk. Dull and heavy nt I1S.2.VJ1S.W for
new mess, $15 for extra prime; ll-.tols.M ior
new prlino mess.
Iiicks-. steady ut $9..i 11.7.1 for plain mess; 112
MIS extra mess; beef hums unlet nt $30.43; tierce.
beef dull ; 2Uix'22 inline mess Mi.i'.'.-s India do,;
cut meats without decided lining ; shoulders
at 77; middles dull and In bujer's rauir; lonu
clear quoted ntu'. ; short do.
Laud. Dull nud lower nt vc. for western
steam ; Ulic. for kettle rendered.
HCTTut. Quito weak ; of!H fur fair lo prime
bow Mate ; KMine for western.
CHKKSK. Firm at 12i.iioi falrto very fancy.
Cir Among the arrivals nt the llardwell
House May 8, are the following) Chas.
h Ilaekus, Colchester, Conn.; Iiren.o 1)
Itlce, Xew York ; T. M. llillhigton, Koch,
ester, N Y; O A Silliinan, AVcstlicld ; ltod
ncy I.imd, lloston j ,1 A Kinsman, Chicago,
111; A Williams, Troy, X Y; 1) A Wing,
Xew York ; Charles A Sawyer, Albany ;
C D Kin hour, Albany; O 1' Liscomb, Al
bany ; Joseph Chllds, West Lebanon ; C (1
Hawks, Sandy Hill; W I Hawks, Sandy
Hllll William V Ijiwlior, Xew Yoik;
Joseph Poland, Montpelier; 0 .1 Lovejoy
and wife, New York ; Samuel Hutchinson,
Norw icli; Henry Prentiss, lloston; Pied
O Kogcrs, Troy ; I.eo Tracy, Shelbtirn ; .1
C Cromack, Troy ; J A Sbcdd, Kurllngton;
A K Ballard, Kiiilington.
NOTIOK.-.I. .M. Hall retires this day
from tho Ilrm of 11. 1. Verder co. Tho
business bo continued as hcietotoro under Hut
same Ilrm naino by II. 1- Verder and Thomas J,
11. i- vi3imr.it.
THUS. J. I.Yll.N,
J. M. HAM..
Itutland, May 9, 1S73. iiinjludlw
"IDKUNKIJiAS, PKUNKS, CHKKKIKS,
X Peaches, lllockberrles, llaspbcrrlesl'lunis
Huckleberries. Also, all kinds 01 fruits In runs,
lor sale at II. w. MAHSIIAI.U
muyldiwly Orovo street, Itutland, VI.
BATTY'S N A 11 OK PICKLES,
Crosso iilackwell's Pickles, llalford's
Worcestershire Sauce, Naliob Sauce, Hi fact
nearly all kinds of Kngllsli Pickles can bo round
at II. W. MAltSHAl.l.-si
KN8' CALF HOOTS, 3.60 to $0.00
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