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TUESDAY MORNING, MAY la, 187H.
AltlllVAL AM) IIKl'AllTTlll: OK TRAIN'S,
THAIN3 AH11IVK AT HUTI.ANII.
From llellowa Falls, l!42 it 19:00 n. in., '2:22
" llurlliigton 14:40 Ml:32 rt. in., 12:50 17:15
" Port Henry. '11:32 r. m. Hits n. m.
" llennlngtun, 112:10 n. m., t7:50 .V Mo:oop.
" Saratoga, "11U5 a. m., t4:30, 0:00 110:00
" Salem, 1:40 & 8:30 n. in., 13:40 '4:55 p. in,
TI1A1S3 1.KAVR Hl'TLAND.
For Hollows Falls, 12:50 4: t4:30 a. in., 12:lo & 16:00
" liuriington, 1:50 15:00 n. m., '2:32 & 6:05 p.
" I'ort Henry. 16:00 n. m. 5:05 n. in.
" Pennington. t3:o i:0 a. m.. t2:20 n. m
" Saratoga, 14:10, 6:20 tio:l5 n. in., '3:oo p.
" Salem, 1:40 10:00 a. m '1:00 6:00 p. m.
'Mali Train tMlxed.
Harlem Extension way, 8.45 a. m., and 2.00 p. in,
J-.uill-lll I'liJ, 1I.4U 11, III,
Troy way, 12.40 p. m,
Troy, 12.40 ji. tn 2.40 p. in, and lo.oo p. m.
Albany, 12.40 p. m., 2.40 p. in., and 10.00 p. in.
Iloston, 11.40 a. m., and lo.oo p. in.
Canndns, 1.15 p. m.
Northern way, 2.00 p. m.
Uurllngton, 2.00 p. m, and 10.00 p. in.
Saratoga way, 2.40 p. in.
New York, 2.40 p. in. and 10.00 p. m.
Connecticut 1th er way, 10.00 p. in.
Woodstock way, .(Stage) 1.00 p. 111.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays and Saturdays) 3.01) p. in,
Harlem Extension way, 10.00 p. m.
Eastern way, 2.20 p. in.
Troy way, 4.65 p. m.
Troy, 1.40 a. 111., 11.45 a. m. and 4.55 p. m.
Albany, 11.45 0. m., 4.65 and 9.10 p. in.
Uoston, 1.40 n. in. and 2.20 p. in.
Canndas, 12.40 a. in.
Northern way, 11.32 a. m.
Burlington, 12.40 and 11.32 n. m.
Saratoga way, 11.45 a. in.
New York, 11.45 a. 111. nnd 4.55 p. 111.
Connecticut ltlver way, 8.45 p. m.
Woodstock way. (since) 11.55 a. 111.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays and Saturdays) 10.30 a.m.
rfMails will ho promptly closed at the specl
flccdhourj alt letters deposited In tho street
luxes win 110 couccieu nt s.ao and 11.00 n. m
12.10. 1.30 and last collection for nil nlirnt mulls.
ntt.oop. m. All letters deposited In tho Letter
iu at urn iii-iul iu uo cuiieciou uy icoulc
Agents nvo minutes previous to tho departure
V. UUlll llltlll L1U11I.
RUTLAND AM) VICINITY.
John M. Hall, Ksq., hns sold his farm to
M. G. Harhcr, of Ilubbanlton, taking In
exchange two farms In Ilubbanlton, valued
at $12,000, and $7,000 lu money. Mr.
Hall Is to remove to Chicago at an early
Hon. A. T. Lyman, Register, will hold
bankrupt courts at Brattleboro nud Chester
After Monday, May 10th, tho stage be
tween Rutland and Stockbridge will run
John Huntoon is placing a pet of mag
nctic conductors on the Maxtor National
The Rutland railroad scrip sold in Uoston
on Saturday for 03 j preferred stock, fiG;
Vermont and Canada, 07.
Pineapples aro in market, averaging in
weight upward of four pounds.
A patent has been granted to Henry C.
Cole, of Wnllmgford, on a snow shovel.
Gen. W. W. Henry, of Rurllngton, and
other Vermont soldiers, go to Now Haven
to-day to attend the grand gathering of tho
veterans now in progress.
Madame Do Iliiythcr arrived last night.
Gen. Haxtcr left for New York yester
day. Property for exhibition at tho State fair
brought over tho Kcnnselaer and Sara,
toga railroad will bo charged regular rates,
pre-paid, to Rutland. If it is returned to
point of shipment it will bo will bo sent
back free and the pre-paid charges refunded.
Water was let into tho Champlain canal
Dr. Athcrton Hall, of Whitehall, and
Chester Spencer, Esq., of Castleton, aro
the oldest express agents in tho country,
both in years and service.
Prof. Carl Zerrahn, director of the festi
val, arrived yesterday, nnd is stopping at
tho Bnrdwell House.
Henry H. Smith, Esq., county clerk,
was attacked with a violent hemorrhage
yesterday. We sincerely trust the attack
may not prove dangerous.
Monday was an unusually dull day In
the police court, no one having transgressed
The chorus singers aro arriving, delega
tions from several towns being in attend
ance at the rehearsal last night.
'J'liu Mimical Festival.
The rehearsal Monday night developed
the benefits of tho training our singers have
had from Mr. Mletzko, nnd led us as we
listened to the twenty.fi vc or more pleasant
voices to feel regret that an economy not
very commendable, has induced the re
linquishment of the teaching of music In
our public schools, thus causing the loss of
a kind of Instruction possessing a refining
Influence, and capable of affording pleasure
The leader, Monday night, Mr. Carl Zer
rahn, has a world-wide celebrity. His
management of tho chorus was perfect,
and his own voice a treat to hear. Tho
drilling was severe, and tho effect rapidly
manifest. Our citizens have a very enjoy
ablo week lieforo them.
The final preparations for tho festival
were mado yesterday, and tho hall presents
a very attractive appearance. Time nnd
exertion have not been spared, and our la
dles may well feci gratified by tho elegant
oppcaranco of tho hall. Nouo who have
seen it fall to speak of It in the highest
terms. Tho decorations aro all arranged
with skill and care, and evince culture and
:tastc. Hanging baskets of tlowcrs are sus
pended from tho festoons, and at either cud
of tho orchestra aro placed elegant pyra
anlds of plants and flowers, whllo in tho
tenter aro largo urns of cut flowers that by
their fragrance and beauty add very much
to tho effect. Tho flowers and plants are
from tho green houses of Gen. II. H. Bax.
tcr and Mr. Chaa. Sheldon, and furnish a
worthy example of the liberality of theso
gentlemen. Through circumstances over
which wo had no control, tho namo of tho
great composer "Bach" turned up as Bcrgli
In yesterday's Issue Now wo were think
ing of Bach when we wroto tbe article,
and supposed his namo would appear all
right, but it Bcems It didn't. People as a
general thing liko to bo called by their own
names j In fact, most men havo a weakness
that way. Smith may be a good name, but
Jones had rather bo called Jones than
Smith, oven If Smith bo directly descended
from John Smith of Pocahontas fame, so
peculiar are men. Again, Bcrgli may bo
a musical composer, but if ho Is, It has not
been noised about much ; and we think wo
may safely say ho's not onoof tho "world's
masters." As president of tho society for
tho prevention of cruelty to animals lie is a
success, nnd tho only compositions ho Is
guilty of, to our knowledge, are couched
In tho severest proso and directed to horso
car drivers nnd omnibus men. They are ns
devoid of music as a grindstone. Ho look
ed rather out of place, we must confess, at
a musical festival, ami we do not wonder
the chorus felt alarmed.
The following we trust is tho correct
list of the named of the composers, whoso
names adorn tho windows:
Weber, Schumann, Mozart, Handel,
Schubert, Meycibeer, Mendelssohn, llach,
At the annual Convocation of Davenport
Chapter, No. 17, licit! last evening, tho fol
lowing olllcers were elected and appointed
for tho ensuing Masonic year :
M. E. John II. Mclntyre, High Pi lest.
" George J. Wardwell, King.
" Amasa Pooler, Scribe.
Comp. David Ii. Morgan. Sec.
" Levi O. Kingsloy, Trcas.
" A. Bj Williams, C. II.
" Moses H. Smith, P. S.
" Alvin Whllmoic, It. A. C.
" Chns. E. Campbell, G. M. 3d V.
" Win. McNoah, G. 31. 2d V.
" Samuel Terrill, G. M. 1st V.
" Rev. Win. J. Harris, D.D., Chap.
" James 11. Chandler, Tyler.
We notice by an article in the New Or.
leans Jlrpubliatn that V. D. Mussey, flic
ablo special correspondent of Cincinnati
7'imet and Chronicle, is in New Orleans for
tho purpose of making Inquiries Into the
state of political affairs in Louisiana, Since
Mr. Mussey has been engaged upon thai
paper, which is edited by Joseph H. Bar
rett, formeily editor of the Middlchury
llegiater, we have noticed many articles
from his iicn which does credit to his abili
ty as a writer. That paper is one of tho
ablest and widely circulated radical He-
publican papers In the great west.
W. S. Aldcn & Co. aro making an iinu
sual display of goods, such as books, sta
tionary nnd fancy articles In tho Kcgistcr
The Middlebury Choral Society gave a
concert on Friday evening last at Acade
my hall. Tltcro was a good attendance of
the music loving people, nnd the perform
ances gave universal satisfaction. Part
first was a sacred cautatn, "The, Woman
of Samaria," by Win. Sterndalo Bennett.
In setting the narallvo of the journey of
our Lord into bamana to music, tho com.
poser seems to have attempted no dramatic
form, but has contented himself with giv
ing tho story as it stands in the bible. Tho
second part was made iqi of piano forto
trios, songs, ducts, male quartettes, etc., of
the 1110-t dilllcnlt kinds of music to per
form, yet it was executed with artistic
skill and elicited great praise from the au
dience. Rev. A. V. Bailey who lias labored faith
fully with the Methodist society for the
1st three years, left hero for tho scene of
his labors in Congress stieet Church, Troy,
We think tho society are fortunate in get
ting Mr. Bailey as their pastor, nnd they
may be assured that they will receive from
him things new and old, which will make
them wise unto salvation. There nre very
few men that make better use of their pre
ceptive faculties than Mr. Bailey. There
are very few who can Impart to others the
practical knowledge gained by gathering up
the incidents strewn all along the roadside
of every day life. May Heaven's blessing
)0 upon mm !
llev. Mr. Sleeker who was recently ap
pointed by the Conference to tho Middle
bury charge in tho Methodist Church
preached his first sermon on Sunday. Ho
seems to bo an earnest, ablo preacher, and
the congregation seemed to appreciate his
efforts. In tho evening ho preached again
upon tho "Itinerancy," and gave. Ids views
of what tho pcoplo should say to the
preacher, and what they should not say to
him. Tiiis discourse shows that the preach
er is endowed with good practical common
Tho dry weather which has prevailed for
the few weeks past, has given a first-rate
chance to tho fanners to get in their oats,
and the copious warm rain on Sunday, wet
the ground, so as to start the crop along
without delay. The grass shoots up as by
magic, and all nature rejoices.
There has been no excitement In Middle
bury the past week. Tho roads leading
into town havo been bad, but necessity
brings in people to trade which makes
business move along. Tho merchants
throughout the town have bought largo
stocks of goods, and aro displaying them
in tho most attractive manner to bo seen
iy passers on the streets.
It Is said that the rooms in Bread Loaf
Inn havo from early spring been engaged.
Mr. Battcll has been compelled to make
large additions to his house, and is finishing
off the rooms In hope of supplying tho in
creasing demand. No moro wild and pic
turesque spot can bo found In Vermont.
Parties can sally out and in ten or fifteen
minutes will find themselves walking in
the old, dark, primeval forests, in the fast
nesses of tho Green Mountains. Now nnd
then you will be startled by tho sudden
flutter of a partridge from near your leet,
or tho impudent chatter of a red squirrel
sitting upon a limb, as much as to say,
what are you hero for to disturb my quiet?
or you will hear in tho distance 11 brook
dodging around among tho trees, prattling
to Itself as It goes dashing along towards
tho region of civilization. If you havo your
fishing tackle along, you will bo tempted
to throw in your hook, and tho unsuspect
ing hungry little trout grabs at It as a pol
itician docs an ofllec, regardless of tho
drawbacks, and If you are an expert, you
will soon have a speckled trout dangling In
the air. Who would not go to Bread Loaf?
Golden WEumxa, Hensselaer nnd BoU
scy (Adams) Wright, of East Whitehall,
celebrated their golden wedding on Thurs
day, May Blli. They were married at
Whitehall, then known as Skcensborough,
by Rev. Mr. Hllibard, on tho 8th day of
May, 1823. This fiftieth anniversary of
their marriage was a very Interesting occa
sion, being largely attended by the nged
neighbors nnd friends of tho couple as well
as by their numerous relatives nnd descen
dants. Ono pleasing Incident of tho uvea,
lng was the piesentatlon of a gold finger
ring to tho brldo by her brother, Joseph
Adams, of Falrhavcn, Vt., tho first ring
sho had ever possessed. A. N. Adams, a
nephew, read a pleascnt paper 011 "golden
Faihhaviw. A bell has just been put
Into tho spire of tho Baptist church In this
place, and last Sunday, for tho first time,
It called tho peoplu to worship. It Is from
tho foundry of Jones is Co., of Troy, and
weighs but little less than 2,000 pounds.
HvDKViu.K. On Friday evening last n
very pleasant party assembled at tho resi
dence or James T. Freeman, of Hydevllle
It being tho occasion of a benefit for the
Rev. W. T. Ross nnd lady, of Casllcton
Air. nnd Mrs. Boss were tho recipients 0
some valuable presents from (heir numerous
friends, among which wns an elegant gold
watch from the gentlemen for Mr. Ros
and a massive sliver lec-pltchcr and salver
a pair of goblets, set of tea-spoons, &c.
from tho ladles, for Mrs. Boss. For the
past three years Mr. Boss lias been tho
pastor of tho Liberal Christian church in
Casllcton, nnd has won for himself hosts o
friends, not only those of his own society
but of all denominations. His connection
Willi tho church at Castleton now tcrniin
ntes, nlthough ho will eontlnuo his resl
denco there for tho present, preaching one
half the time in Shorchaiu nnd ono SahbatI
cacli month In Wells.
Fun? at Cr.Ai'.KMoxT. Tho Sugar River
Paper Mill, situated nt Claremont lower
village, was partially destroyed by fire Sat
urday evening between 8 and 9 o'elocl;
The lira originated from tho upsetting of a
kerosene lamp. Loss estimated at $30,-
000. Insured In the Manufacturers' Mutual.
It wns n splendid mill nnd nearly new.
John Tyler, a son-in-law of tho lato
Benjamin Smith, is President of the Com
AVc take great pleasure lu introducing to
our leaders an " American Pencil." Ac
customed ns we nio to the use of tho time-
honored "Fauer " the Introduction or nn
American nilicio will be looked upon with
interest. American pencils wo must con
fess have heretofore been swindles and we
have thought Americans were not 11 sue
cess as pencil makers, but hero is a pencil
made of American material by American
machinery, equal to any, if not superior,
10 nny loreign mnnuiuclurc. When wo
can get ns good an nrtlclo at home as abroad
It is our duty as Americans to patronize
homo manufactures. They nre manufac
tured by tho Jos. Dixon Crucible Co., of
Jersey City, nnd aro highly recommended
by stenographers, draughtsmen, and ac
countants throughout the country. The
Gi.oiik Paper Company is tho wholesale
agent In this section.
Among tho arrivals nt the Bardwell
House, May 11th, aro tho following : Hon.
A P Lyman, Bennington j S P Slater, New
York; F C White, H A Morrison, Ben
nington ; Harrington Lodge, Jr. Albany ;
II A (irocr, Brandon ; Chas T Citrrev,
Utica, N Y ; J S Hubbell, I'oit Edward ;
Geo O Manchester, Providence ; L S Wal
do, Danliy, Vt ; Miss Bell Thompson,
Burlington ; C. .1. Tabor and sister, Vcr
gennes ; J J Deavitt, St Albans ; Geo. A.
Cobb nnd sister, Chicngo ; Carl Zerrahn,
Boston j W A Diuilap, Wells Hiver ; I)
W (! Slight, Troy, N Y : T 1) Clark New-
York ; Geo II Walker, Now York ; Geo
Harlow, Windsor, Vt : J Seymour, Keene,
Ill Mtd,1li.lni..n ln.M in Tl. ll'llll v.
Thompson, of Clnrendon.'toMksAi'ulllal.'. l'o'v!
VISITING CARDS I Send your namo
and 60 cents to Me Lean Aiken, Uulland,
Vt and recclwi by mall, postpaid, a p.iek or 61)
llnely printed visiting cards. iiiuyindltl'
E E U T U H N E It
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TO WALL STItr.KT, NEW YOItK,
Oder for salo nil the various irrmlcs of lleflned
Kuiraror Superior (mallty nttlin UiwestMarket
Prices. A superior quality ot Whlto Su;,-ar for
Confectioners use. Also,
WHITE COFFEE A,
COFFKK EXTRA O,
And the lower grades of
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Orders to ho addressed to our 'oflleo In New
fork, to Wall Street, Cor. l'earl.
E. G. BAXTER,
I O I P A L BONDS.
Tho subscriber Is prepared to furnish tho fol
lowlnc Municipal Ilonds to parties at rales that
mako thein a vuluablo Investment, nnd tho In
terest Is from 7 to 10 per cent. I will furnish a
eertlllcato from tho Secretary of state, to all
parlies purchasing theso bonds, that they aro
perfectly secured and ttood for I ho amount rep.
resented. Illinois bonds as follows:
fio.ooo Perry county.
J5,000 N. w. ans Co., Cook county.
$23,000 Moultrlct county.
ms.onoof Ileglstered bonds of various coun
ties In Knnsns.
1103,000 bonds Issued by several counties In
1142,000 Houston city bonds.
Wl.ooo bonds of tho city of Vlncennes, Indiana.
$5,ooo bonds ot the city of Duluth, lllnnesotn.
$213,000 Missouri county bonds.
$115,000 city ot VIckshurff bonds.
$35,000 county bonds of Dakota territory.
Also a largo lot of School District bonds.
Cash paid for nny btuudnril Municipal bonds
Issyud lu this Stutu.
l'or terms, Ac., call 011
M. J. FItANCISCO.
A. H. HAWLEY,
COXTl.lCTOIl AXl) 1'IIACTJCAIj HLATl'.H,
Ho Is prepared to do nil work promptly and
well. Orders can bo left nt J. I!. (Ilynn's store
011 Merchants now, or at tho llardwcll House.
HrtrcMti Hockwood llarrett, Itutland; U M.
Mason, President ot l'lrsl National Hank, De
troit, Michigan! Hon. J, M. stun in, Saratoga
TriSSINGEN WATER on
XV 1'. WINN
M" ENS' OA'i.F BOOTS, 43.C0 to $11.00
nt thocheupcaslistore.Nu. e, Merchants'
THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE,
(!im:r .lusTici: ciiasu'S iijm:iiai,.
THE AKCTIO EXPEDITION,
1j II I H I ,1 N A
A ' V A IKS,
THE KAHBAO II O It R O It
iti iuttc:ies a At) niii!iii:s.
INTERESTING GENERAL NEWS.
Chief .Iiisliec's Funeral In Washington.
Wasiiinotox, May 12.
Rev. Dr. Tiffany delivered a discourse
in which ho icad an extract f 10111 n letter
written by Mr. Ciiaso on the subject of the
Presidency, In which ho said he did not
desire tho Presidency or nomination, nor
ilid lie know witli his views whether he was
a suitable candidate, nnd yet tho minister
remarked that nn impression prevailed that
Mr. Chase was n disappointed politician.
It was undeniable that no man saw In his
nets any indications of qucrclousncs nnd
bitterness, but the opposite lie was kind to
nil, n pure, pilient nnd upright judge and a
christian gentleman. It would be founi
that Ids blameless private llftr was rciulerci;
more conspicuous by ids official position.
No acts of ids life need concealment, as
his character was without blemish.
Seandulous attacks have been made on
public men ami perhaps many of them
were innocent but none havo attempted to
tarnish the reputation of the deceased, and
his name goes down to posterity without
reproach to a courteous bearing he su
peradded a christian conversation. He
was great among men but is a child before
his father In heaven. Lincoln tho mar
tyred president, was followed by Stanton,
the Iron Sccretaiy of War, and Seward the
PolMiod Secretary of State followed not
long ago and now another leaves us. His
death hastened by Ids arduous labors ns tho
Secretary of tho treasury, remember,
ing his life and his sudden de
cease, may we not say that
My father, the chariot of Israel and the
horsemen thereof, nnd devoutly pray that
his falling mantlo may rest on ono chosen
of God. The minister then concluded with
11 prayer, when it was announced thct fur
ther fcrvicos would bo performed at the
cemelary. Under the direction of the
Marshal the procession was rc-fonncd and
moved to O.ik Hill ccinetary, where tho
remains will be temporarily interred.
There weie about eighty carriages in the
proce.s..ion, mostly private, tho President
and Cabinet and foreign ministers occu
pying their own. Thousands of persons
weid on the streets as spectators.
I lie bar of the Court ot Claims picld a
meeting to-day, Chief Justice Drake in the
chair and pascd resolutions of respect to
tho Into Chief Justice. ,
Aiinlhcr Insane Murderer.
Sax Fiiaxcisco, May 12.
Frank Flynn, brother of Chailes Flyim,
who is convicted of the murder of Cliaries
Mortimer, visited him in his cell nt tho Jail
n Sacramento yesterday. Charles did not
recognize him, and lemained kneeling by n
bundle which he pretends to think is tho
body of his brother William, who was shot
in the jail yard 11 few weeks ago while at
tempting to release Charles. Dr. Shurt
lelf nnd Gov. Bootli tried to examine into
the prisoner's mental condition without
my satisfactory results.
From 'cw York.
Nr.w YoiiK, May 12.
Smith & Noyes, tea dealers, failed Satur-
A general row took place at tho christen
ing of a child in Main Street, Brooklyn,
,-esterday, during which Mary Coskev was
stabbed and others injured.
Tho case of 111. 31. Tweed was called
and Wednesday assigned for him to plead
to the fifteen new indictments recently
found against him. Two weeks from next
Wednesday was fixed ,for the commence
ment of his trial on tho former Indictment,
the previous trial of which resulted in a
disagiceiuent of the jury.
From St. Louis.
Sr. Louis, Mo., May 12.
John (J. Dalton, charged with having
shot and killed Thomas Wallace, at Hilda's
Fulls, Law icnce Co., Ky., in July, 1871,
has been arrested heie.
Tho mare Black Bess, with which Miss
Leo Hudson has been playing Mazeppa, in
in dllfcrcnt parts of tho country, fell from
the staging of tho Grand Opera Houso hero
on Saturday night, descending about four
teen feet, nnd wns fatally injured. Miss
Hudson was also badly Injured.
Supplying Postal Cards.
Si'iiixanui.i), Mass., May 12.
Special agent Tyncr of tho Postolllco de.
purtmcnt mado tho first shipments of postal
cards to Postmasters to-day, sending nn
jrcgalo of three millions to ilio principal
postolllces of tho country. An addition of
two millions will bo sent to-moirow, and
henceforth nil requisitions will bo prompt
Tho (Urcat (ieorgo Francis.
Nr.w YoiiK, May 12.
In the Oyer and Terminer court to-day,
Ieorgo Francis Train delivered nn haranguo
complaining tit not yet being sentenced
though ho thrco times pleaded guilty ot
tho Indictments charging him with obsccno
libel. His counsel moved his discharge on
tlio grounds of the doctors eertlllcato that
ho was Insane, also on account of the In
dictment, Decision resei;ved.
j Piili.AimmiiA, May 12.
Tho United Slates Centennial Commis
sion to-day gavo liistiuctlone to tho several
committees relative to their duties and ex
ecullvo conimlttco wcro empowered to bo
ciiro tho representation of China, Japan
nnd other oriental countries nt the Expo,
eltlon. Tho commission tbenjulfourned.
Death of a Prominent Man.
Ni:w Yoiik, May 12.
S, L. Mitchell, a prominent business
man In this city nnd nt ono time proprietor
of a southern lino of steamers, died at Rye,
Westchester county, this morning, aged 71
TUESDAY MORNING, MAY VS, 18713.
St. Johns, N. F., .May 12.
inlcm-o excitement prevails heie. owing
10 ine landing of tho Tyson parly, lliii af
ternoon. Tyson and Meyers lcmahiod 'on
board until they were supplied with cloth
ing by the American consul. All look
well, nnd nro in good health and spillts.
Capt. Hall died fifteen days nfler leluln
ing from tho first expedition. Ho was
paralyzed three days before his death and
gradually said;, dying nt 8:2." a. in. Meyers
says lie never gave up hope of being rescued
out 110 never wnnts to get Into a tight cor
ner again. The party never could havo
reached hero but for the Esquimaux.
Aieycrs makes tho following statement
tliatCnpt. Hall returned from tho sledge
expedition October 2 lth nnd wns taken ill
on the same night.
Murder nnd Suicide.
Piiii.Am-.t.riiiA, May 12.
Tho coroners Inqueft on (he IkhIIcs Man-
Jane Bracken nnd Jeremiah Whllo showed
that tho gill had boon Inliced by white
Into his room, nnd failing in his object cut
her throat set fire to the bed nnd then cut
his own throat.
Mnssnchusells Liquor Troubles.
Bosto.v, May 12.
At a meeting of the prohibitionists to
day, they adopted an address to tho bust-
ness men urging their co-operation In en
forcing tho liquor laws. Ono of Pads
wagons laden with kegs of lager was
selml on the street to-day, by stieet con
stables nnd the driver was put under SliOO
ball to appear for trial.
A Hotel Clerk's Mistake.
Rocnr.sTni!, May 12.
Joseph Ornishy of tho firm of Ormsby
& Co., niaiiufactuiingjcwcicrs, No. 2 John
street, New Yoik city, was robbed tills
morning ot his carpet bag, containing 15,
000 worth of ring nnd pin jewelry, din
mondt, etc., nt the Osburn House. Tho
bag was in tho custody of the proprietors
of tho hotel, and was delivered to tho thief
by the clerk through mistake. It was
somo time before tho mistake was dis
covered. Sulcldo of a Lawyer.
Mmnr.ETowN', May 12.
John C. Dinmiiek, a prominent lawyer
of New York city, formsrly of tho firm of
Dimmlck & Perry, suicided by shooting
through tho head, at his country residence
In Bloomingbiirg, Sullivan county, Satur
day, His Iwdy was discovered Sunday,
with n nolo containing directions for liis
burial. The act was probably caused by
great mental depression resulting from dy
spepsia in nn aggravated form.
Pakis, May 12.
Ailhur Rune, a radical was yesterday
elected by an overwhelming majority to
me assembly Irom Lyons.
Wasiiinkkin', May 12.
Secretory of the Treasury Richardson,
is making arrangements for stationing sev
eral Deputy Collectors of Customs In dlf
fcrent parts of the city of New York to ad-
minster to importers tho oaths required
upon invoices, in order to save them the
trouble of going to going to tho Custom
House for that sole purpose.
Nr.w Yoi!ic, May 12.
A Washington dispatch says Secretary
Robeson, not having authority to accept
volunteers to light the Modocs, he has been
obliged to decline tho offer of tho Sixty
ninth veterans and other offers. Tho gov
ernment will try regulars first, and if vol
unteers are needed they can bo had on tho
Pacific coast much sooner than from this
side of tho Rocky Mountains.
New Yoiik, May 12.
Tho grand billiard tournament will bo
postponed till September next for want of
time to make necessary arrangements for
nn earlier date.
New Yoiik, May 12.
Several freight ears were wrecked, but
110 lives lost, on the Erie road near Patter
son, N. J., yesterday, by being thrown
from the track, the coupling of two cars
breaking nnd letting two heavy logs down
uiion tho track.
Washington-, I), C, May 12.
For Canada nnd New England, clear and
partly cloudy, und colder weather, and
New Yoiik, Mny 12.
Nixon's counsel to-day made application
to Judge Fnnclier for 11 writ of error to put
tho case in formal shapo to appeal to tho
general term for stay, as no notlco of tho
motion bus been given to the district nttor
ncy. Tho judge refused tho application,
which will bo reviewed to-morrow in a
BiN'oiiAMrTON', N. Y May 12.
Charles Wade, of Walton, N. Y visit
ing nt tho inebriate- asylum here, was found
dead, Saturday forenoon. Death wan
caused by nn overdoso of hydrate of chloral.
Another Unfortunnto Drummer.
Bostoo, Mass., May 12.
Two traveling bags 0110 containing
clothing and the otner Jewelry to tho valuo
of $2,000 wcro stolen from Saulsbury,
agent for Smith Brothers it llabcock of
Providence, at tho Boston and Provldenco
depot, yesterday afternoon. Ho left tho
property in tho gentleman's loom for n
Tho Khiva Taken.
London, Mny 12.
riio Khiva Is takep. Troops from Tash.
kend and Foit No. 1, after concentration
in tho Bowkan Hills, marched directly
across Reemu descit to Lower Oxus, There
they communicated with supply steamers
from Fort No. 1, thus practically estab
lishing n new base within striking distanco
of the Khiva, thus making tho success of
tho operation a certainty.
Tho Cuban Wor.
New Yoiik, May 12.
It Is reported from Manzanillo that Ces-
pedes has assembled 11 fresh Insurgent-Cuban
forco to tho number ot it.OOO.
Forcible Measures lu Louisiana.
Nuw Ycin;, .May 12.
The Tribune' Washington dlp:ilh nay
n.i soon as a requisition Is made, the Prcsl
ilcnt will issue 11 proclamation lu (lie most
positive language, admonishing the cltlrcns
of Loulsaun to peace, dispersing tho Me
Enery government, and announcing tho In
lenlioii of the Exccuthe to sustain Kcllo;
wiin 1110 wiioio military tone or the conn
try. If necessary, this proclamation Is
bo accompanied with nn order to send nil
available troops to rcpoit to Gen. Emory
nt Iscw Orleans. Tho action proposed, It
Is said, meets tho lieaity approval of At
Tlio Louisiana Trouble.
Wasiiinoion, .May 12,
The president has received no teleirram
from Gov. Kellogg since last Friday, when
tho condition of affairs was represented ns
somewhat improved, while there Is no
doubt that tho president would Intervene- to
prevent the stato from domestic vlolcnco
should tho governor mako application to
mm for that purpose, nnd provided the
facts should warrant such proceedings.
is nevertheless the hope of the president, us
lie expressed himself to n -friend to-night
that all disturbances would soon cease, and
Hint no such contingency as that contem
plated by Iho constitution would occur
but If It unfortunately should, ho wouh
take care to net clearly within tho limit of
the constitution, and that heretofore he had
merely waited the decision of the courts.
The lion cm Libel Cd.se.
New Yoiik, May 12,
Judge McCue of Brooklyn Citv Court.
to-iiay granted a motion to vacate tlio order
01 arrest obtained by Thomas W. Field
against Henry C. Bowcn, editor of tho
Brooklyn Unfon, In tho libel suit for
McDowell the Forger.
New Yokk, May 12.
Prosecution closed to-day in the cxaml
nation of McDowell, tho Bank of England
forger, nnd the prisoner's counsel presented
a pica lor tlio acquittal of McDowell on
the ground that on the 21th of Aprlll Mc
Dowell was legally discharged. Tho takin
of this plea was objected to nud the motion
sustained. The motion to strike out tlio
evidence of prcrogatory witnesses on tlio
ground that their flepositlons were mcro
ex parte narrative statements wns nlso over
tiled. Adjourned till Saturday.
Trouble in Paris.
Pauls, May 12.
A serious disagreement lias arisen in tho
Cabinet over tho Electoral bill which is now
icing prepared for submission to tho As-
sembly. Jules Simon and Count de Rem
usat arc against any change in tho present
Electoral system. Lconsay is in favor of
anew bill. Tho charge of bribery was
mado in connect 1011 with the election yes
leniay 111, uocneiie, aim 1110 sent 01 tho
Member elect will lie contested.
Washington, May 12.
Gen. B. F. Butler nnd Hinkle nnd Ar
rick to-day entered a suit for Bcnj. F.
Camp against Whitelaw Reid for a libelous
article in the New York Tribune within
the head of frauds and free passes, In which
Camp's namo is mentioned, is foundation
The Boss's Case.
New Yoiik, -May 12.
Win. M. Tweed's case was called up for
trial to-day. Ho did not appear nnd is not
in this city. It is rumored that he has re
cently through ngents been selling his real
estate In this city, nnd lias been ndvi.-ed,
ns his conviction is ulmest certain, that he
had belter not return to New York.
Strike of the Coopers.
Boston, Mny 12.
The strike of tho coopers to-dny does not
promise success. The sugar refiners and
others say they can obtain nil barrels re
quired without their nid.
New Yoiik, May 12.
It is icpoitcd Hint tho aldermen ore dis
satisfied with the mayor's keeping back im
portant nominations and sending in minor
nominations for them to confirm, and said
they will forco nn adjournment till Mon
day next und oblige tlio mayor to send in
all nominations at one time.
New YoiiK, May 12.
Tho New York Exchange to-day elected
II. G. Chapman president, W. A. Wheel
ock chairman, James Mitchell vice-prcsl
dent, B. O. Whlto secretary, D. O. Hays
treasurer, and a governing committee,
Tho receiver of tlio Atlantic National
Bank has already collected $200,000' in
Apoolntincnt of Minister to Russia.
Washington, May 12.
Tho appointment of minister to Russia
has been tendered to Judgo Pierrcpont of
Now York, In place of Mr. Orr, deceased.
Acccptanco has not yet been signified.
It is uncertain when the successor to Do
Long ns minister to Japan will bo indicated.
Vienna, May 12.
Arrangements for tho visit of tlio Em
peror of Russia to Vienna has been com.
pleted. It Is announced ho will arrive tho
1st of June, nnd tho next day will mako a
tour of tho exposition. Ho will remain
hero six days, during which a scries of
magnificent fetes will bo completed. Tho
King ot Belgium will reach this city three
days before tho U&ir, and will stay
throughout tho festivities.
A Philadelphia Tragedy.
Pmi.AiiEi.i'iiiA, May 12.
Thu glil killed Saturday night by Jerry
White, as previously telegraphed, has been
recognized as Mary Bracken, aged seven
teen years, resident of thu vicinity of tlio
houso where tho murder was committed.
Whllo is forty years old, a native of Ire
land, nud n boiler maker by trade. It Is
supposed J10 has a wlfu in England, nnd
six children. It is thought ho hnd Intlmatu
relations with this girl, lint tho motive of
tho murder is unknown.
New Yoiik, May 12.
Albert it. Mealoy, a Wall street stock
broker, was arrested to-day, charged by
Win. S. Roberts with having defrauded
him out of 2l),000 by purchasing worth
less stock. Mealoy was held in default of
I'ai:.!on, Kansas, May 12,
Reports from the scene or the Bender
murders s.iys three nunc grates were ills
covered yesterday. Oicr !),000 people
w cio on tho giound. Tho excitement nil
over the country is Intense Nearly all
the bodies were indecently mutilated. It
now considered certain that Iho lllllo girl
was lliiown alive into thu grave with her
father, ns no maiks of violence were found
011 her body,
Tho Richmond Duel.
New YoiiK, May 12.
Mordccal, icpoitcd shot In tho Rich
mond, Vn., duel, Is now hi n more favora
ble condition, and may recover.
Tho Modocs Repulsed.
San Fiiancisco, May 12.
A courier arrived at Yrcka nt 0 o'clock
this morning, with tho news of n battle be.
tween Hnsbroutk'B command and the Mo
does. The Indians were repulsed. No
further paitlcularsyet received.
Tno Brooklii Iiue.stigntlon.
New Youk, May 12.
A special committee ot the Brooklyn nl.
dcrnicn to-day submitted majority nnd ml
norlty reports of the Investigation into the
affairs of the East river bridge. The for-
mcr, nfter making a lengthy synopsis of
tho evidence taken, says that nil materials
used In the construction were of tho best
quality, furnished nt favorable prices j that
tlio desirable requirements in tho quality of
tlio construction, nnd cost of such on the
enterprise, has been fully met; that there
appears no evidence of n fraud, and that
ail tho evidence points cleaily to the
economical management of the funds of
me company, unless tlio lS-LOOO nald Win.
C. Kingsloy for salary as general superin
tendent, should be regarded as an excep-
"in, nun upon tins tno committee say they
nro not called to pass judgement. The
majority conclude by recommendins a
argcr representation of the two cities In
the board of directors. The minority report
suggests necessity of legislative committee,
which shall go to the bottom of what upon
its face appears a gigantic speculation, nnd
it is a public disgrace that an appeal for a
legislative committee Investigation was de
feated by Henry C. .Murphy, president of
the bridge company and the gentlemen who
represent it in Iho state legislature, and
says tlio committee lias not once visited tho
olllce of the company to examine Its nc-
oitnts. It lias made no statement of ser
vices rendered by nny employees. It has
not measured or compared tho price of the
material. It lias employed no exnerts tn
vanillic quality nnd quantity of the woiks.
It lias not subpoened persons from whom
ths company lias purchased two million
lollurs woilhof supplies to relate their
transactions with the company. It has
not examined Ilio value of land taken, it
nis not examined tho law under which it
las been cleaily shown that it was
Kissible for tho bridge company to pay
one dollar or hundred dollais for stone
The minority report expresses tho belief
that in the hands ol the present ring twen
millions is tho probable cost of the bridge,
lor which the onguial estimate was six
millions, and concludes with resolutions
overinga request to tho legislature tn
amend tho bridge charter so 110 member of
the company bo interested directly or indi-
cctly lu the furnishing of supplies.
All tlic meetings of tho company will bo
public, and that all supplies amounting to
over ijtf.OOO to be purchased upon bids nd-
crtised lor ten days in tho four principal
New Yoik and three Brooklyn papers, and
to appoint a committee with full power to
nvestigate nil affairs of tho company until
which time or until tho management of
tho compriiy has passed into other hands,
the city of Brooklyn should assume no fur
ther liabilities on account of tho bridge
Keene, N. IL, .May 12.
About four o'clock this afternoon a sc.
vere hall storm nnd high winds prevailed
Plot to Assassinate Republicans in
Washington', May 12.
Advices from Louisaua report De Blan
ches forco as having dispeised, and Kcl-
; determined to put down all insurrec
tionists without regard to costs.
A general assassimtion plot against prom-
ne Republicans has been discovered and
tlio conspirators will bo arrested.
Thu militia have received orders to firo
upon nil rioters In New Orleans Immedi
ately upon their refusal to dispeise.
JYuiv York Muck ami ;iIone)-.llarltcl.
Nuw Voiik, May 18.
I'ho Kuropean financial situation continues to
bo actlu'ly discussed. Improvement is report
ed nt Vienna to prevent another panic, but
money Is worth from 1012 per cent. In open
market on new securities, which havo been
manufactured extensively of late. Tho Hank
of IlnmburK lias raised tho rato ot Interest to
W per cent., who was followed by rumors of
panics on bourse thero In Frankfort. In Am
sterdain there Is less apprehension of trouble,
though tho feeling Is unsettled. Tlio London
markets Is quiet at a shado easier rales for con.
sols and American securities, and a decline In
Lrlo to 4Tj,', with an eventual recovery to 4S,
and somo Improvement In consols at tho closo.
Hero money was easy during tlio morning, at
637, but llrmer in tho afternoon, tho closing
rato being 7 per cent for gold.
Stei ling quiet and slcndy at 8 ,i S.V for CO days
and 9J.wl0 for sight.
Gold active, declining under cousldcralilo
sales ot long gold from is'; to nj,-, closing at
Loans r33 1-3J per cent.
Clearances f lO.ttnyKN).
Treasury disbursements iJI,700,
Custom receipts, flto.iHto.
(loveruments quid but Ilrin,
Stato bonds dull nnd steady.
Stocks opened strong, nnd, except Krle, yil
per cent above Saturday's closing rates. A fur
ther udvanco wns mndo lu early dealings, but
before Iho ilrst board Iho lono of speculation
clinnged, nnd n downward movement was re.
corded. After Ilio' rail lliero was a paitial re
covery, succeeded by a second decline A
Bteadler feeling followed, but nfter tho ono
o'clock call prices commenced unco morodrop
alng nnd fell to Iho km est point of Iho day,
Alter llireo o'clock Iho decline was checked,
and though Iho market was foieiish, Iho whoo
list closed considerably abovo Iho lowest llg.
uresi Tlio chief lluclual Ions wcro 1 Hrle, M.i,
M.Vi MM ruclllo Mull, ta, M, W'j, Mif, H!
Western Union, SO, R0 ssi 60r;St. l'aull
MJ,', rsj, MX; Lake Shore, Ol",', 00, WK s
A-ock Island, 103i, nw;,-, 1031,, ius; j Union I'a
cllle, 81, 81V, 81'. i c. o, 1. v, 33,';,3iy, 81;
W'nbasli, m)i, on if j ,S't. Joseph, 89,v, 88. Thero
wcro large sales la Hrlo during tlio day. Tho
extremo fall In stocks during tho day was
Vi per cent., with partial rccoicry before tho
Tho following nro the quotations 1
IT. 8. 6s St reg lis.'.'
ti, S.os-si eouiwn Ul'i
It, H. n-aos -oj ieg ,. W'i
u. n. imius -03 ujiipnn 110
ii. n d-vui'oi coumjii- -
. . HSi
. cs ;
Ainerlcnn.M. U. Kxpress
United states Kxpress
New York Ccntrul & II. It. it., . ,
do. preferred ,
.Michigan Central ,
Lake Shore Mich. So
Clct eland & Pittsburg
CIcavcland, Colum'ms & CIn...,
Mil. i St. Paul
do. preferred ,
Alton Terre Hauto
V.111UUKU t iuon
Del., Lack. 4: W est
Iloston, Hartford & Krlo
C. c. Indiana Central
c. 11. o.
Hannibal fist. Joseph.. .
Central l'aclilc ., '
Tennessee M ,' "
do. new '
La. 0s.. .!.!!;.""
La. 6s new
North Carolina 6s
South Carolina 6s
tMf!$ and Sin War.
JUNN & CRAMTON,
Manufacturers of all kinds of
nnd dealers In
I'LA.NISHKD, IlllITANNIA, JAPAN, GLASS
AND WOODEN WARES
of every description.
IUiOOMS, HHUSHES AND HASKETS,
and a general assortment of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Speclnl facilities for Jobbing all kinds of
TIN AND OI.ASS W'AltU.
C2-A11 kinds of baiiter taken In exchange for
NO. 14 MEItCIIANTS' HOW.
Itutland, VU, May 1, 1873. lnyldtf
E M O V A L
S. o. staley, of tho late llrm of Staley .t LIp
plucott, has removed his business from No. S7
Center sr.. in No. 19 xtpmimtitui i,m n-i...-,.
has formed a Copartnership with Messrs. Dunn
X cramton, under tho llrm namo of s. o. staley
Co. Ho will bo pleased to seo all of his old
customers, and as many new ones as will favor
him with a call.
G. STALEY & CO,
No. 12, Mkkchants' How,
STOVES AND HOT AIR FURNACES.
Tho Stewart and New American Cooking
stoves, for both wood and coal, constantly on
hand. Manufacturers of nnd dealers In
COPrEII, TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE.
1' L U M HI N G
In all Its branches. Hath Tubs, Water Closets,
(las and Water Piping, and Httlngsof
TIN ROOFI.ro AND JOnniNO
Of nil kinds promptly atu-nded to. Nono but
skillful nud reliable workmen employed.
ALL WOllK WAltllAXTHD.
RBMBMQEK, 2 DOOIIS NOllTU OK TUS Ol'KHA llOl'SK,
BY 8. O. STALKY CO.
DIAMOND AND RUHV FURNACES.
JaiMi A, Lauton, JWmUi.
For Heating Churches, School-Houses. Public
Buildings, nnd Private Residences.
FULLER, WARREN CO.,
Manufacturers, Tkov, N. Y.
branch Houses-New York, Cleavelaud and
c''lcaK- . B. O. STALKY Co., Agents.
tlrtt Prtmtum AtH. lit'. 1871.
Double Elevated Oven, Warming Closet.
Ilroil ng Door, Feuder Ouard, Dumping and
Shaking (irate, Direct Draft,
FULLER, WARREN CO.,
Manufacturers, Tuov, N.Y.
Ilranch Houses New York, Cloveland. und
Chicago. S. (1. STALKY CO,, Agents.
Use Kcnne'K l'liln-KIlllue; Magic OUT
' It work like a Charm,"
S.ifo to use nnd delicious to euro Colds.
Safo to use and delicious to euro crumps.
Sato to use and delicious to euro Cuinrrli.
Sato to use und delicious to cure Contusions.
Safe to uso and delicious to cure Colic.
Safo to uso and delicious to euro Croup.
Safo to uso and delicious to euro Cough.
For Soro Throat, mix Ilenne's Maglo Oil Willi
water, and uso for gnrgllug the throat, and In
Beveto cases a athu tho throat at bed tlmo wit h
three or four thicknesses of tlnnuelwet with
tho Maglo Oil. This prevents bronchial dim
culty, and cures Canker lu tho Throat and
Stomach, and promotes digestion.
Henna's lhiln-KIIIIng Magic oil Neuralgia.
Koine's l'nln-KIIlIng Magic oil Rheumatism,
Heinle's I'aln-Kllllng Magic 1)11 Hcliitk-u.
Ilenne's I'aln-Kllllng Maglo oil Chilblains,
lleimo's Pain-Killing Maglo oil Sprains.
1 ecu no's l'aln.KIIIIng Maglo oil Headache,
ltenno's l'aln.KIIIIng Maglo Oil Tuotlinche.
Bo sure nud get tlio genuine. Sold by nil lion,
est nnd prosperous druggists, merchants and
tT? .SI?".!1'!1?'!'."1 ouly by WM- HUNNE
SONS, l'ittsileld, Mass.
CCRAl' IRON AND STEEIi, OLD
kJ Marblo saws and Currency taken In ox.
cliango lor Nulls ut tho
RUTLAND NAIL W011KS.
West of Lincoln Iron Works.
If. H. M01 'C5 old
I'. H. B-iios 'cs new
II. H, MVS '07
V. H, MO! 'OS
r. 8. f.s new
1'. S. lo-ios reg
U. s. lo-iojcoiipon .'.
Delaware and Hudson Canal...
Western Union Tel
Tactile Mull "
Iloston Water Power.