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She Jutland gaily (Slobc.
MONDAY 310HNING, MAY 20, 1873.
A1MSIVAI. A.M IILI-AIITVIIIL' OF TIIUNN.
TltAlNS AlllltVK AT 11UTI.AND.
From Heltons Vails, 1:49 lt;00 a.m., "l:H&
ts:4" p. in.
" lmrlliigtun 12:40 .t'llsBin. in., 12:50 X tTslB
" Port Henry, M1:M n. in. A: 11:18 p. m.
" llcnnlngtuii, t!2;10 p. In., U:M ec M0:00 p.
" HaraloffH, '11:15 n, in., 14:30, 9:00 k 110:00
" s.ilcm, 1:10 X 8:30 n. in., 13:10 X "4:65 p. m.
TItllNS IKAVK IIC1I.ANII.
Tor bellows Falls 12:SO.t 14:30 a.m., '18:10 &1S:0O
" Jlurllngton, 1:60 ,t 15:00 a. m., '2:32 A-6:0.1 p.
" Port Henry, 1B;00 n. in. X 6:05 p. m.
" licnnliigtoit, 18:mi K -il.tw a. in., fc 12:20 p. in.
" Saratoga, 1 1:20, r.:oo X 11o:ir. a. in., X '3:ti p.
" Salem, 1:40 ft 19:00 n. in., '1:00 X fi-M p. m.
'.Mull Train tMlxed.
Harlem Intension way, 8. 4.1 n. in., ami 2.on p. in.
i:nMern way, ll.m a. m.
Troy w ay, 12.40 p. in.
Troy, 12.40 p. in., .w p. m., niul lo.oj p. in.
.Albany, 12.10 ii. in., 2.IH it. in., ami lo.no p. in.
Huston, 11.40 a. in., and io.wi p. in.
Catinilas, 1.1.1 p. in.
Northern way, 2.00 p. in,
llurlliigton, 2.00 p. in. niul 10.00 p. in.
S-irntoga way, 2. 10 p. lit.
New York, 2.10 p. 111. uml lfi.uo p. 111.
Connecticut lllvcr way, 10.no p. in.
Woodstock way, (Stage) 1.00 p. m.
Chltteiulcn, (Tuesdays anil Sjlurdajs) 3.110 p. in.
Harlem Intension way, 10.00 p. in.
Eastern way, 2.20 p. m. 1
Troy way, 1.55 p. in.
Troy, 1.40a. 111., Il.l.ia. in, iiiii14..Vj p. in.
Albany, 11.4.1 a, in,, 4.M ami l'.lo p. in.
Huston, 1.40 a. 111. uml 2.20 p. in,
Caiindas, 12.40 a. 111.
Northern wuy, 11.82 n. m.
Iltirllngton, 12.40 niul 11,32 a, 111.
Saratoga way, 11.15 11. in.
New York, 11. is a. in. niul l.r. p. in.
Connecticut Hirer way, 8.45 p. in.
Woodstock way, (stage) 11. Mm. in.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays and Saturdays) lii.su a.m.
Car-Mallswlll lie promptly closed at the spccl
llced lioiir; all letters deposited In the slreet
Loves will be collected at n.30 and 11.00 a. in.,
12.10, l.sn and Inst collecllnn lor all nlifnt mails
at 0.O1) p. in. All letters deposited in tho Letter
Hot at tho Hepot will ho collected tiy itontn
Agents me minutes previous to the departure
ot each mall train.
C'limiiro of 'I'lnir.
A now time tnlilc goes Into effect to-day
nil llic Kcnssclncr and Saratoga, and lint
land and Washington. The changes are
ns follows :
For Troy, via Whitehall, nt 5:00 a.m.,
and 3:50 p. m. Fi eight trains, 4:20 A. m, ,
and tr.40 P. M.
For Troy, via Salem, at 1:40 A. M., niul
1;00 p. v. Freight trains at 0:00 a, Jt. and
5:00 p. m.
From Alliany and Troy vl.i Whitehall,
11:15 a. ji. and 0:00 p. M. Freight trains,
1:00 A. M, and.-l:!!0 1'. M.
From Troy via Salem at 1:40 a.m. and
4:55 p. m. Freight trains, 8:!10 a. m. and
3:40 P. M.
RUTLAND AND VICINITY.
The .sun pets to-night at 7;05 ; rises to
morrow morning at 4:29.
Sunday was the warmest day of the soa
son. It was A, Xo. 1 weather.
The Young Men's Christian Association
will meet this evening nt their rooms, l!uf
finn's block, for devotional exercises at
7:1.) . 111. The exercises will lie led by
lien 1C. Chase. At the close of the devo
tional exercises there will be a meeting for
business. The members of the board of
directors and woiking committee are re
quested to be present.
Killington Lodge, I. O. of O. F., meets
this Monday evening at 7:30 11. 111.
The board of directors of tho Central
Vermont railroad will meet at thelhirdwell
House this evening. The Xew York direc
tors will arrive here by special train over
the Harlem extension railroad.
Hon. Chas. X. Davenport, of Ilrattlc
boro, was in town Saturday afternoon.
A suit was brought in a certain town re"
ccntly, to cover amount of a bill, the items
of which were as follows : To oneo 11 week,
All tho year round nnd a Monthly Punch.
The question is, was tho plaintiff to tho
suit n bar-tender or 11 news vender ?
A strawberry festival will bo held by the
ladies of one of the churches soon.
Decker lb-others, of piano fame, for
whom E. X. Mcnlam is agent in llutland,
have issued tho finest descriptive rataloguo
of their instruments yet out. It contains
several pieces of fine original music and is
a gem of the printer's art.
Miles Grant of Uoston, will preach in tho
Advent chapel Saturday evening next and
at the usual hours on Sunday.
Hon. David E. Nicholson has accepted
an Invitation to deliver the address on Dec
oration day at Pittsfield. A rally worthy
of the occasion can bo depended upon there.
llev, E. Jf. Haynes, Chaplain of the
10th Vermont lleghncnt, and late pastor of
tho Baptist church at I.ewiston, Maine, is
spending a few days In town.
Daniel Kimball, Esq., of Clarendon, has
recently made a largo (.ale from his valua
ble herd of cattle to the Glen Flora Stock
Breeding Company, located nt Waukegan,
Illinois. This association i3 among the
foremost in tho country. This purchase
dhows n valued Appreciation of Mr. Kim
Ono of our citizens expressively says
'lie knew a fool would turn up wine
where, who would put his postal card In a
stamped envelope, putting a three cent
stamp theicon nnd mall it." Sucha case
lias occurred and he thinks It a great eon
vlenencc. A clerk In a fancy goods store, who had
been requested by a lady customer to send
home a spool of thread which (4io had pur
chased, hired an express wagon, in which
he placed tho spool and fco drove to the
lady's residence where ho deposited the
-.spool in the hall, endwise like u barrel.
Messrs. Flints, Johnson it Co., are fur
nlslilng tho beautiful nimble tile, from the
Eureka quarry, for Chailcs Town's new
hotel nt Bellows Falls. This Arm is doing
a largo and remunerative business at their
mills nnd quarries, located about midway
' between ltiillaud and Siithciland Falls.
Two young boys became so excited on
Saturday, that It ended In 1111 amateur prize
light. After stripping oil' their surplus
garments and lighting six wicked rounds a
citizen Interrupted tho sport.
Tho martins have anlved in town and
have probably taken up their abodo for tlie
Welsh slate bells in Boston from eight to
nine dollars per square.
An exchange says, "Vermont papers are
calling for rain and It seems to bo on the
Ten tons of beautiful marblo has been
shipped from Wild's quarry at Leo, Mass.,
recently to Bishop Hoseneraiis of Coluni
bus, Ohio, for tho nltar of a cathedral
there, n present from Archbishop Ma
Closkyof Now Yolk,
Excursions are being formed In various
parts of the country to New Yoik by
steamer and by rail, allowing the excdr
slonlsts to stop a 'day In the city. In one
Instance a train of ten cars Is engaged and
tho railroads that transput t them make a
good thing nf It although they get but fare
Decoration Day will be observed nt
Thcaitlvals nt the Homo&ccn House,
Castleton, tho past week were ninety-two.
The State Baptist Sabbath School con
ventlon convenes at Fairfax June 4th.
Mr. Daniel Morton, son-in-law of Mr.
W. C, Walker of this village, and who
with hls.wlfe will be remembered by many
of our leaders n.s a former resident here,
was burned out In the laic lire In Fitch
burg. The block in which they lived was
nearly destroyed niul much of their house
hold goods were burned, although they
succeeded in saving mostof their furniture.
Their loss we understand Is about $100.
Dr. Ituppauncr, the re-Instated Vienna
Commissioner, liianicd a daughter of Mr.
Cornelius Moore, of Cuttingsvlllc, in tills
We publish this morning 11 poem from
the pen of .Mrs. Julia O. 11. Dorr, which
appeals in the (.taUuy for .June.
licv. J. A. Pierce and Itcv. A. T. Dunn,
of the graduating class of tho Theological
Seminary at Hamilton, will lie ordained in
July, and settled over the two Baptist
churches at Poultncy, -Mr. Pierce at West
l'oultney and air. Dunn at East Poultncy.
A man named Smith, of Paw let, was
fevcrely injured on Thursday, w hile at w 01 k
at a pinning machine nt the steam mill In
l'oultney. In adjusting his work, Ids arm
was caught nnd horilbly mangled by Hie re
volving knives, a largo portion of the arm
above and about the elbow being cut away,
lie was attended by Dr. C. S. Perry and
Dr. L. I). Boss.
A column of Winiont news on the Hist
The l'oultney llulktin says: "Frederick
Thompson has secured a situation In n jew
elry establishment at Hutland. Fred Is
one of tho boys who mean business."
" Prohibition and Polities " on the fourth
page. A report of an inleniow with a
prominent temperance man, in Massa
chusetts, which is not without Interest In
Hon. To. I). Hatch, of Burlington, w'as in
town on Saturday.
Our llshcnncn are in luck. AY, F. Paige
of the Bates House camo In on Saturday
with 20 pounds of trout. A few days
since J. J. Myers brought in eight pounds,
and Wallace Clement caught a trout in
Castleton river weighing two pounds and
two ounces, beside a largo quantity of
smaller size on Saturday.
On the second pago will be found the
"Echoes from several of our pulpits," yes
terday, including the Memorial Sermon of
Itev. Mr. Field. .
People have got off their great coats and
mittens while making their gardens novv-a-days.
Evergreen Cemetery is putting on Its gaib
ot beauty ; largo numbers visited it on Sun
A 3Icniorl.il Service of Cyrus 31. and
Mary Hipley Fisher, will be held at the
church in Centre Hutland, on Thursday
next at 2 o'clock 11. 111.
A change of time on the Benselear and
Saratoga Bailroad to-day.
Mr. Loren Atwood, who met with the
severe accident on Friday afternoon, is far
from being out of danger, although on yes
terday lie was more conscious than tho day
before. He is, however, delirious at times
and wandering in his mind. No operation
has as yet licen performed upon his head.
Mrs. Seaver, on Main street, Is having n
nice stairway of marble steps put down in
her front yard which adds much to tho ap
pearance of the place.
The Vermont fti.vM published last week
Itev. Isaac Jennings' memorial discourse at
the close of his twenty years pastorate of
the Congregational church at Center Ben
nington. Henry Day, tho Bristol recluse, whoso
death we have already announced, made a
will somo eight years ago giving all his
personal estate to the United States, nnd
Ills real estate to the United States sub
ject to n life estate to his sister. The will
has been presented tor probate, and the es
tate amounts to some $20,000. Mr. Day
was a bachelor.
The May term of tho Windsor county
court commences at AVoodstock next Tues
day. On the civic docket there are 292
cases, 10 divorce and 8 state cases.
Tho St. Allians Messenger says : Many
people are complaining that our school
laws are In a sadly confused condition.
Theso laws were revised and consolidated
some years ago, but each succeeding legis
lature lias added to, taken from, and alter
ed and amended them until they havo
Bratleboro is to hae a horso race on the
grounds of the AVlndham county park,
Thursday, Juno 12th, $1,300 being offered
Hon. E. P. AValtonof Montpelicr, who
was the first clerk of tho old A'crmont Cen
tral corporation, was at St. Albans on Wcd
nesday last to see the corpse, as ho ex
pressed it, decently Interred.
The Hoosie Valley Xeics says of Hcv. II.
C Farrar, tho former pastor of tho Meth
odist churches at Castleton and Poultncy :
"Our new Methodist minister has occupied
his pulpit in tills village (North Adams)
two Sabbaths, and his ministry among us
bids fair to bo productive of much good.
Ho Is 11 talented and pleasant speaker nnd
an exemplary christian.
Logs. The result of thow Inters work in
tho upper regions of the Connecticut and
Us tributaries, nre passing down tliatilver
In large quantities, on their way to Hoi
yoke and places below.
AceiiiKNT. One of the switchman at tho
depot, named Ed. Lnvvlor, who live in
Green street, caught ids foot in the frog of
tho rail ns the half.past two train camo
into tho depot, Saturday afternoon, tearing
his foot badly. No bones nre broken how
ever, as tho train did not run directly over
his foot, and on yesterday wiib getting on
well with fair hopes of saving the foot.
Finn at MiDDMcnuHV. Mr, Edward
Austin, on Court Street Avenue, Middle-
bun', chanced his two new dwelling
houses partly completed for ono In Hut.
land, owned by T. S. Gllson. On Wcdnes
day of last week one was set on fiicjbut for
tunately went out without material damage,
On Thursday morning lust about 0110 o'clock
the alarm of flro was given, hut the efforts
of tho firemen were fruitless, for In 80 min
utes It was consumed. It was Insured for
1'isr. county ami i:i,si:viii:ui:.
lico Lodge No. 30 F. null A. M. of Cas
tleton, Installed tho following olllcers,
AVcdncsday evening, May 21.
E. AV. Llddell, AV. M., 11. F. Graves, S
AV., J. A, Harrington, J. W. A. T. Gor
hain, Sec, F. Harney, Trcna., Milton Her
ring. S. I).. AViilterMccalf, J. D., A. II.
Smith E. Colburn. Stewards, II. O. Brown
Chap., X. S. Cobb, Tyler, P. AY. Hyde,
The death of Frank Boiincy, who was
killed by the cars In llutland, last Monday,
while in a slate of intoxication, should be a
warning to those who Indulge lu the use of
liquor. His wife died some two years
since. Ho was in tho employ of J. S.
I'ciry, ns a shoemaker, and leaves n family
of several children, who nro thrown upon
tho charities of a cold-hearted world.
Hon. 31. II. Cook was In town on AVed
desday the 21st, making a " flying visit " to
Tho highway tax bills havo been made
out, nnd put Into the hands of tho surveyors.
The roads arc in a bad condition In many
The subject of fencing the Heed burying
ground is being ngaln agitated. Wo hope
it will bo successful this time, and not end
in talk. It Is a sliaino to sec so little Interest
manifested in such matters. Tills yard has
had no fence of any account for several
years, and already some of the headstones
have been broken by the cattle running In
the yard, and others are liable to be broken.
If Individuals who have nn Interest there
wjjl not do anything about It, the town
should take the matter in hand.
D.inby lias lino scenery and dilves,
making it a desirable summer resort.
31 r. Lyman Batchelier and John AVarr,
Troy, X. A'., left Tuesday noon for a tlneo
weeks fishing nnd hunting among the Adl
rondacks. Wallliigford cheese factory nre making
thirteen cheese a day.
The Congregational church is being Im
proved by a new coat of paint.
On in Hays was brought licfore Justice
Sli.iw, Tuesday, and lined ten dollars and
cost for kicking ids stepmother. His father
was lined last week for a similar offence.
Friday wo were visited by tho road cotn
niissiohcrs that were appointed to lay n
now roud to Timnouth. It will bo remem
bered that the last county court appointed
two set of commissioners, with Hon. X,
P. Shnondd as chairman of each. Both
set weioout and walked over ono route
and then adjourned two weeks.
Last Sunday morning, a family named
Chandler, living some two or three ;nlles
from our village, cleansed a couple of milk
cans and set them against the house outside
to dry, soon after the family left for church
while absent tho suns rays were so power
fully reflected from tho cans as to set Are
to the house, but for tho wickedness of a
boy w ho was Ashing near liy, and discov
ered the lire, the building would undoubt
edly have been destroyed. To make cer
tain that the lire had its origin from such
a source, the experiment was tried the fol
lowing day with like result,
A dcspatcli was received here last 3Jon
day announcing tho death of Prescott
Heald, Esq., which occurred Sunday nt
the residence of his sou, at Canton, Ills.,
a year ago last 3farch. 3Ir. Heald remov
ed to Illinois, carrying with lihn nn obsti
nate and dangerous disorder, tho change of
climate and water acted upon him unfavor
ably and, doubtless hastened his end. 3lr.
Heald was for n great many years our ef
ficient Town Clerk nnd for quite a long pe
riod, deacon of the Congregational Church.
He was a most useful and industrious cit
izen; a model of business integrity and uni
versally beloved and respected.
KKENE, N. H.
The Chauney Hall School Battallion of
Boston are to lie in Kcene, on Tuesday.
Tho son ot Dr. Geo. B. Twitchell who is
attending school there lias been elected.
3Iajor of the Battallion nnd in acknowl
edgement of tho same lie is to give them a
Ball and supper at Cheshire Hall in the
evening. On Saturday they are to have
their drill at the head of 3Ialn Street. AYe
nro glad to know that one of our Kecno
boys has thus been honored. Ho Is n very
talented and active young man nnd is no
doubt deserving of the position given him.
Dr. Twitchell w ill no doubt do his utmost
to make tho affair a pleasant one.
A heavy rain has been falling since Wed-
nesday. It Is now clearing away but still
is cold and vegetation is looking finely.
Pout flsiilng is carried on to quite nn ex
tent in Keene. They nre catching many
of very largo size, Some weighing ono and
three fourth pounds.
Tho Cheshire Railroad have just started
their new Engines (tho 3Iurdock and Per
ry) for summer travel. They nre looking
bright nnd clean and are in good condition
to do tho work required of them. The
Cheshire road havo the finest motive power
in Xew England and 03 good and comfort
able cars as are often found. Passengers
have no reason to complain of tho accom
modations of Cheshire read.
luxurious 1 vi'i:i,i,ia:.ci:.
llev. A. AV. Eastman, a Methodist cler
gyman, has recently been immersed nnd Is
now pastor of the Baptist church in AVest
llev. Jabez Ferris, of Providence, It. I.,
has accepted 11 call to the Baptist chinch
A revival has recently been enjoyed nt
Tho Baptist church at Factory Point
have remodeled their houso of worship. It
was re-dedleatcd 3Iay 13th.
Itev. .A B. Earle, tho Evangelist, com!
nienccs n scries ot meetings nt -Mechanics'
ville, In 3Iouut Holly, Juno Gth.
Ono hundred thousand persons were bap
tlzed by Immersion last year.
Tho First Baptist church In Portland,
.Me., imvo adopted tno ireo seal system,
Itev. J. AV. Houch. formerly of A'er-
inont, who 1ms supplied the church of Santa
Barbara, uni., is caiieit to 110 ineir pastor.
11...- t tt r u..l....n,.l.l tr.
llev, JJ. Jl, Vyouu, til omiuguem, f t.,
having declined a cail to tho pastorate of
tho Uongreuatlonal uiurcii 111 t'uiruauit,
Minn., tho church havo cucaired llev. X.
O. Chapln to supply their pulpit, for tho
Itev. Daniel AVlld, acting pastor of tho
..1 1. ... ,i.n mi. i..n
CUllll'U 1U J'UIUIUIU, uu-u uu lliu limb..
In tho 72d year of his age, nnd 4!Jd year of
ii ministry, t lio iteccaseu was long nnu
widely known In the ministerial circles of
tho State. Ho was a native of AVest Fair-
lco, his father being ono of the first settlers
of Eastern Vermont. Ho graduated at the
University of Vermont In 18U2. and during
Ids college courso supported himself by
teaching day school and singing lu Bur
lington, Shelbuni, Colchester, Jlllton, and
other towns, oiten laboring so incessantly
THE RUTLAND DAILY G LOUIS,
as to endanger his licalth. Ho was paslor
of the church nt Brooklleld from 182!) to
1807. Ho leaves two sons, both sett cd In
the ministry In this State, viz. 1 Itcv. A.
AV. AVlld, of Greensboro, and Itcv. E. P.
win, ot uraitsuury.
The Franklin nnd Grand Isle Conference
will bo held at Swan ton, June 4th,
Three ladies of the Plymouth church, 3Iln
ncnpolis, have been elected deaconesses. The
term of olllco Is three years, nnd the duties
nre "to look after tho spiritual Interests of
the girls, young ladies and tcmalo members
of tlio congregation.', 3Ir. I. P. Gage, of
Barton, lias received nn appointment ns
agent of the American Sunday School
Union, and will soon enter upon Ins mines
lu some part of the west.
llecent confirmations lu Vermont 1 Ar-
llngton, live ; Bennington, eight j Poultncy
slxj Trinity churcli, Potiltncy, ten ; Hyde-
vine, seven j Ktiuanu, iwcivc.
The corner stone of tho convent of St.
Joseph nnd the chancl which is to be the
pro-cathedral of the Catholics of tho tlio
ceso of Hartford, was laid by Bishop 31c
Fnrland, Sunday afternoon. The various
Catholic societies of the city marched in
procession to the grounds, with banners
and music, and about 10,000 persons wit
nessed the ceremonies.
A temperance orcanlzatlon has been
formed nt Brnttleboro, under the name of
St. 31lehnel's Temperance nnd Benevolent
Society. It lias 07 members.
lucre is taut ot expelling tlie Jesuits
A church for tlie exclusive use of coloicd
people was dedicated nt St. Louis on Sun
llev. Father A'illcnctuo. for some years
director of the College of .Alontreal, and
afterwards second in charge of tlio Sill
pltlan Seminar, died suddenly a few
weeks since, nt an advanced age. 31r.
A'lllenuve was a man of line abilities, great
amiability of character, and was much be
loved by 'his students, many of whom were
1'rotesliims anil now reside in tlie united
flic increase of chticrh lncmbcis in 3Iad
agascar In 1871, was 17,1)81, making 1111
aggregate of 38,032. whllo the adherents to
Christianity amounted to 315,231. Two
thousand native Evangelists arc busy In
telling tho story of the Cross. The number
of children in schools is 30,000.
liny from 3Iancliestcr. N. II.. only 10
years old, has been preaching for several
weeks at 11111, 111 unit suae.
Among the nrrivals at the Hard well
House. 3lav24th. were the followimr: Geo
V Han Is, New York ; ET Xoble, Saratoga
Siirimrs :,1YC Brusc. Troy. X Y : T W
3forrell, Troy, NY; S B AVoodard, White
nail; .loe t'ageau, west uuilatul: h
Eddy. New York : Hichard Hand, AVliite-
hall; Henry Clark, Albany; OF Gilchrist,
Fort Edward; G .1 Austin, Bellows Falls;
C'hasN Davenpoit, Brattlcboro. SFA'llas,
Platlsbiirgh, X Y; 31 1) Lawrence, Bos
ton , J L Btirdett, Xew York.
Allen & Drew, 27 3Ierchants' How, are
agents for the Elm City Sliiit. Shirls cut
nnd made to order. Clothing, Hats, Caps,
Trunks and Bags.
'l'lio lMni'lilv Mutual I. lie.
While many life insurance companies
show a very decided falling off in tlie busi
ness of 1872 from that of 1871, the Phienlx
3Itttual Life shows a very decideil Increase.
The annual statement of the company
given in another cohim presents sonic wry
attractive figures for everyone Intel ested In
life insurances, as well as for every policy
holder of the company, showing ns they do
the continued prosperity and great stability
of the company. Its net assets now
amount to over eight millions, while its
surplus over nnd above all liabilities Is
11,200,000. During lho past year the
company has paid dividends to no'llcv liol-
ders and death claims amounting to about
two millions, and has over thirty
three thousand policies in force, Insuring
over seventy-one millions. Tho excel
lent management of President Fessenden
and Secretary Bums, Is shown by tlie very
small ratio of expenses to receipts, and tlie
careful nnd exceedingly safe investment of
the company s iuiuis. tlie growth ot the
company during the past few years has
been somcthlnc wonderful and is exceeded
only by few other companies in tlie world.
Every believer hi life insurance will bo
glad to notice that the olllcers of the com
pany, wlille laboring to increase its business
always keep lu view the all important mat
ter of tlie stability of the company and
tho security of tlie policy holders, never re
sorting to nny catch penny dodge to attract
custom. Altogether, the snowing Is one
that reflects great credit upon tlio managers
of tho company, and one in which every
citizen of Hartford can take connnendabfo
At MraL'hor'H Island, near lliillrnv. in thn
wreck or tlio steiunshlp Atlantic, April 1st, lT;i,
Cyrus Martin and Mary ltlpley Fisher. Neither
ynneral services will bo held at tho church In
Center llutland, on Thursday, tho 20th lust., at
a o'clock p. m. Tlio friends of tho families arc
respectfully Invited to attend.
riAIIE CLOSING OUT SALE
Of a stock of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
DOMESTIC UltY OOOI1S,
HOOTS AND NUOUSJ,
CKOCKKKV, (ILASSWAlti:, AC, AC,
MAS O O 31 3t E N O E I) .
Will avail themselves nf tho opportunity which
It affords to replenish, their stock ot household
rf Every artlelo Is sold at cost or lcs.1.
Pl.KASH OAI.t. ANII I.KA1IS 1'IIICES.
O. AV. CHAPLIN, Ji!.,
No. tl, MEItCHANTb' ltOW, RUTLAND.
OOD CHOPPERS AVANTEl) TO
cut. cm cords of hard wood In Mendon.
Aunlv to Oeo. W ciiai'IJH, Jit.. Merchants
S A L E i
Tho subscriber lias a Candy annaratus com-
nrisliu a comnlcto outht for lnanufacturlin
candy, which ho will sell for less than oiio-half
tho original cost. Also, 0110 heavy Truck W
eon, voiy cheup; and 0110 pulr of Double Work
OEO. W. CHAPLIN, Jit.,
11 .Merchants' now,
Hutland, May !H. mjKOdtf.
Tho (Juartetto Club ot Mlddlebury t'ollego
mil kiu viiv ui uiLii
At Kngell's Hull, Tuesday evening, May 8III1.
Tlio affair promises to bo very Intcrcstlni.'
Tho programme will consist chlellyof coliec-
lions Hum utu vuumim L.um'Kt'llBltl,"
Tickets for salo nt Kelley's, nnd Cllbbs & Co.
MONDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1873.
INDIAN TitOTJIlLT..'' IN NEVADA.
PRESIDENT 'i"HIElt3 HE3IC1NS.
niMtuiDAi, nie.!iAno i:i,i:i'j'i:i.
GREAT EXCITEMENT IN PARIS
IN MAX OLTltvdES IX -tlOMTAM.
LAND SLIDE AT I'lTTSIlUHM
hi 1: .v 1 oa ,v t) 1: i it 1: 11 a 'i' i o.s
THE LUMBER PAILURE3.
Indian Outrages in Molilalia.
A'innisiA Citv, 3Iay 21.
A telegram from tho Deputy Shcilff of
Elko County, sent to investigate (lie troubles
with the Indians at Spruce -Mountain, con
llrms tho previous lepoits. A large num
ber of Luokes, Goshort.s nnd Slioshones are
holding council on Deep Creek, in tlie
vicinity of Spruce -Mountain. The Rod
Skins have all disappeared from around the
settlements In tills section. Tlio herders in
charge of Gov. llnidloy's cattlo near the
scene of trouble have been notified by the
Indians to leave the country Immediately
under penalty of being killed.
The fcttlcrs of Spruce 3Ioiintain arc te
em ing all the arms and ammunition possi
ble and arc preparing to resist tlie Indian
Heavy Land Slide.
Pirrsiuino, 3Iay 21.
A serious land slide has occurred on lho
Pittsburg ami Coiincls villcltailroad, in a
deep cut near Southampton. The llrst fall
of c.irlh ami rocks took place Saturday
last. Another slide took place Tuesday,
and the earth has been falling at Intervals
ever since. The track is now covered to a
depth of fifty feet anil for a distance of ten
or eleven hundred feet. A large force of
'men are nt work day and night building a
temporary track around the cut, and it was
completed la-t evening.
La.-! evening, while two little gills, one a
daughter of 3Ir. AV. 3Iorgan, and the other
of 3Ir. AViefring, residing at Shady Side,
were at play one of them applied a
lighted match to tho mouth of n can filled
with eaibon oil. An explosion followed,
and instantly tho clothing of tlie children
was saturated with tlie oil. They were en
velopcd in flames and burned to a crisp.
Indians on the AVar Path.
San Piiaxcisco, 3rav 21.
I'he settlers of Surprise A'lilley are
alarmed at the fact of old Chief AViiinc-
niucea having gone north on the war path
with sixty warriors. He was followed by
cavalry anil asked where he was going.
He told the olllcers to mind their ownlmsl-ne.-s,
and if they wanted to light he was
ready. He was warned to behave himself
and allowed to pass on.
Heavy Damage by AVinil Storm.
-Miimimiis, 3Iny 24.
A gale accompanied by a heavy fall of
rain passed over tills city tills evening
doing considerable damage. Tho tow-boat
Little Alps was capsized and sunk in an
hundred feet of water. Jlargis and hands
were saved. The front wall of Gage and
Fisher's cotton warehouse was blown
do'n, and a boy named Collie Pierce was
severely injured. The rear walls of Coo
per and Christians cotton warehouse was
also blown down.
cold-blooded murder occurred to-night
at the corner of A'ine nnd Fifty-seventh
sfleets, in AVest Philadelphia. A colored
woman named Lucinda Erisbeo CulT, thot
and instantly killed Thomas Price, also
colored, nged 20 years, and for no provoca
tion. Tho murderess was nrrested.
The PrcsJiyterinns on Titles.
Hai.timuiik, 3Iny 24,
In the Presbyterian assembly to-night
tlio report 011 theological -seminaries was
adopted. Debate arose on the proposition
to omit nil titles such n.s D, I)., LL. I)
etc., In official rolls of church and tho sub
ject was referred to a committee to report
to the present assembly.
The Situation in France.
I'Aitis, .May 21.
President Thiers expects fourteen major
ity to-day. If defeated he is prepared to
resign. Expecting disturbances tlio 3Iinia.
ter of AVar ordered Gens. Chanzy tnd Dur
cot to rejoin their commands at Tours nnd
Nevers last night.
New YoitK, 3Iay 25.
Tho Brooklyn gasmen's strike has ended,
the now hands being discharged and the
strikers re-engaged at .;i.50 per day.
New YoitK, 3Iay 25.
In case of Osgood Ss Co. vs Albert L.
Lugster and others, before tho United
States Circuit Court, yesterday, Judge
Dlatchford granted an Injunction restrain
Ing the defendants from selling copies of
Ureto Harte's books published in London,
and ordered them to account for nil sales
An $18,000 Fire.-
Nkw Yoiik, May 25.
Patrick -Alclntyro's stable on Vaudcihllt
avenue, Brooklyn, burned last night with
seventeen horses and eight carriages. Losb,
618,000 ( fully insured.
AVasiiincito.v, 1). 0., May 34.
Rev. Father Early, President of George
town College, was Btrlckcn with paralysis
Thursday, nnd lingered until yesterday
afternoon, when ho died. He was a gentle
man of very great ability, and had many
f 1 lends throughout the entire country.
Indian Troubles In Nevada.
A'maiNiA Citv, Nov. 3iay 24.
Parties nrilvcdnt Elko yesterday from
fjpmcc .Mountain report Hint 011 the night
of the 21st lust, some Indians were discov
ered stealing lead from smelt works, nnd
were traced to their camp, where n council
was progressing evidently meaning mis
ehiel. Tlie speakers were violent, brand
isliing weapons freely. Participating lu
tho council wcro fifty Goshoot warriors
from Utah and a number of Slioshones, nil
well nrmcd. Tho citizens are alarmed at
the appearance of strange Goshoots and
Snakes from Idaho. It has been discover
ed that all the powder In the town was
purchased by the Indians several days pre
vious, leaving thefcettlcrs nlninst defence
less. A messenger was despatched to
Camp Hallcck for arms and ammunition,
but the commander of that post refused to
supply them. Tho jurors residing in tlie
threatened section petitioned to lie released
from uttendance at Court, ns their presence
was needed to protect their families.
Should nn Indian attack occur many set
tlers would be sacrificed, as government
assistance could not reach them In time to
prevent loss of life. It is said there arc
liut seven soldiers nt Camp Hallcck avail
able for defense, the regular gariison being
lu the 3lodoc country.
The Lumber Failures.
Ai.iianv, 3Iay 21.
Douglas L. White & Co., state that in the
statement sent to-day by telegraph from
Troy concerning a great crash in tlio lum
ber trade that the amount of the liabilities
nre greatly exaggerated. The firm alluded
to arc all perfectly solvent, and an Investi
gation of their affairs In New York by the
leading bank managers has proved that
they nro abundantly able to meet their lia
bilities, if a little time is given. Tlio prin
cipal creditors have decided to give the ex
tension asked for.
llnowxsvii.i.i:, Texas, 3Iay 21.
To-day's Sentinel in mentioning various
cattle robberies committed this month by
armed 3Iexicaiis, places the number stolen
and crossed into 3Ie.ico within a radius of
sixty miles of this city, at not less than one
thousand head, while higher up the river a
proportionate number have been driven
into 3Iexico. Tho reported raid of Col.
3IcKenzlo Into Kiekapoo Camp in .Mexico,
and punishment of Indlpns lias caused very
general satisfaction hero and will tend to
lessen the depredations if AIcKcnzic's poli
cy is carried out.
An Olllcer Killed.
Caiiio, 3Iay 21.
About 8 o'clock last evening, George
AVelilon attempted to arrest Alexander
Thompson, a negro, who resistctl and
struck tlio olllcer In tlio throat with a knife
nnd then ran away. The olllcer pursued
and shot the negro twice,' killing him.
AA'eldon walked a short distance, sat down
and then died.
Yellow Fever in Jlontcvldco.
London', 3Iay 25.
Advices from 3Ionlevidco of April 23tl,
say that the yellow fever prevails there to
such an extent that the people are flying
from tlie city and business is suspended.
needier Right Side Up.
New York, 3Iay 25.
Henry Ward lteechcr was thrown from
his carriage, yesterday, by n collision with
n heavy truck. A'eiiicle badly broken but
the reverend gentleman was unhurt.
Ai.iianv, 3Iay 25.
C. I!. Nichols of this city, named on the
dispatch dated Troy, as being connected
with lumber combination and having failed,
denies any Mich connection, and says the
statement that he lias failed is without the
shadow of foundation in truth.
IIai.iimoiik, 3Iay 25.
Columbus O'Donniil, one of our wealthi
est citizens, died to-night.
Ex-lfov. Jewell's Acceptance.
HAUrroini, 3lay 25.
Kx-Gov. Jewell reached home from the
west late Saturday night and found the olll-
clal tender of the appointment as 31lnlster
to Russia, awaiting him. He is consider
ing the matter and will probably accept.
Corned beef, supposed to have made peo
ple sick In New York, proves to have not
the slightest trace of poison.
.Confederate) Decoration Day.
Louisville, 3Iay 21.
The graves of Confederate soldiers at
Grave Hill cemetery were decorated witli
flowers to-day by the ladles of tho monu
mental association. Extensive prepara
tions are being made to decorate tho graves
of Union soldiers in the same cemetery on
the UOth Inst.
Supposed Murderer Arrested.
Richmond, A'il, 3Iay 21.
Horace A'enable, a negro, was nrrested
lust night on suspicion of murdering a
negro woman named 3lary Holmes, whoso
body was found In the canal. He confess
ed that ho had an altercation with tho
woman. Ho knocked her Into tho canal,
nnd becoming frightened ran oil and left
her to drown. Tho murderer will have a
preliminary hearing on Thursday.
Polities in Virginia.
New Yoiik, 3Iay 24.
A AVorld Richmond, A'a., letter says a
rupture lias taken place in the Republican
party in Virginia. It Is believed that e.
Gov, AVise Is still planning to attain tho
.More Bodies from tlio Atlantic.
New Yoiik, 3Iay 24.
Four hundred nnd twcntv-cl'dit bodies
havo been recovered from tho wrecked At-
lantie, leaving one hundred and eighteen
passengers unaccounted for. Nearly a
dozen bodies of lost cabin passengers are
still missing, nnd, although all the state
rooms havo not liecn examined by divers,
it Is not thought any bodies w ill bo found
In them ns the passengers nro believed to
have escaped to tlio deck when Informed of
the pending dunger after tlio vessel struck
Arrival of 'Steamer.
San Fiiancisco, 3Iay 21.
Tho British steamer Lord of tho IbIcs
from Hong Kong arrived this evening. 8I10
brought nlmut nino hundred Chinese pas.
President Thiers Resigns Great Ex
citement. I'aiih, 3Iay 21. Evening.
The resignation of President Thiers and
tho election of 3Inrshal 3Ic3Iahon to suc
ceed him causes Immense excitement here.
Tlie streets have been crowded all tho
evening with people discussing the events
of tlie day Imt no disturbance is lepoitcd.
Paws, Sunday eve., .May 25.
president mo.maiion's acceitance.
The change In the presidency has been
accomplished without tlie slightest distur
bance, and perfect order prevails through
out France. Tlio troops have been confined
to their barracks since yesterday moining.
But all is quiet In Paris nnd there tire 110
signs of disorder In the departments Tlie
radical journals to-day, are calm lu tone.
Tlio recommend prudence nnd wisdom on
tlio part of tlio republicans nnd urge peace
nnd a strict adherence to law. 31. Oam
bctta lias Issued a manifesto calling on re
publicans to respect the law.
3Iarsliall 3Iac3Iahon lias sent a commu
nication to 31. Duffel, President of tlio As-
seinbly, acknowledging the receipt of the
ofilclal notification of his election to the
Presidency and ncccptlng the ofllce In tho
following terms: I will obey the will of
the Assembly, the depository of national
soverlgnty. It Is n heavy responsibility,
but with God's power nntl the devotion of
the nrniy, I will continue the work of lib-
crating tlio tenltory and restoiing order and
will maintain tranquility nnd the principles
on which society rests. To this I pledge
my word ns an honest man nnd a soldier.
Tho president has Issued a circular to the
prefects of departments promising that no
attack shnll be made on tlie laws and Insti
tutions of the country,
Tho formation of the new Government
has not yet been completed It is said that
the Duke Do Broghco will have the minis
try of the interior and 31. Pierre 3Iogno
that of finance, and that the Baron Do
Larey and 31. 31. Ernoul and Botbie will
nlso enter the cabinet.
A portfolio was tendered to 31. Goulard,
late minister of finances, immediately after
President Theirs' deposition, but he de
clined it. A large number of public func
tionaries have resigned.
AVasiiineton, 31ay 25.
It has been ascertained from those hav
ing the liest means of Information, that tlio
action of civil service advisory board, at
tleir present session, will encourage the
growth and thus render more efficient the
contemplated reform. They believe, after
their consultation with tlie President and
members of the Cabinet on Saturday, that
tlie Administration is determined to give
the support which is needed, nnd It was
generally agreed some modifications nre de
manded as the results of experience, but
wlille changes in detail will be slight, the
main features and scope of the system will
not only remain unimpaired, but bo
invigorated. The board will In a
few days complete tlie work of revis
ion when changes will be made. Public
assurance is given that they will contain
nothing from which truefiiends of reform
will dissent, while it is believed the great
est need is a lietter Instructed and more
discriminating public opinion upon tlie
1'OaTAOE AND POSTAL LAWS.
The ofilclal po.-tage stamps and stumped
envelopes are not to be used before the
first of July next, when the net abolishing
tlie franking privilege goes into effect.
Those stamps and envelopes are furnMicd
for postal business only and consequently
they must not be sold or used on private
correspondence or business or applied to
any private purposes whatever and under
no circumstances must they be sold, loaned
or given to any olllcer, agent or clerk of
uny other department of the government.
A vlolatininif any of these prohibitions
will bo held to constitute good ground
for removal. Until further notice stamped
envelopes will be furnished to first-class
TIIIP OF THE PRESIDENT
The President contemplates a trip to
Norfolk, Petersburg and Richmond, in
June, to lie absent three days.
From New York.
New Yokk 3Iay 24.
Tlio Judges of the various couits wcro
entertained last night by Congressman
lll'OE INFI.PS OP EM 10 RANTS.
Forty thousand emigrants have arrived
at Castle Garden this week. 8,388 came
3Ionday, tlio largest arrival ever known In
Tho excitement over tlie marth land
drainage operations continues on Staten
Island, and it Is feared a conflict may en
suo between the land owners and the drain
CIVIL SERVICE 1IEFORVI THE ADV1SORV
New York, 3lay21.
A AViishltigton dispatch says it lis leaked
out.that the majority of the Advisory Board
on Civil Servic, which has been In session
slneo Wednesday, are in favor of the most
rigid rules for tlio government of the civil
service, going farther than any of its mp
portcrs In Congress. Tlio Board will prob
ably not contlniio In session beyond a week
The Lumber Combination nnd their
New York, 3lny 25.
Russell AV. Adams, ono of the members
of the lumber combination, tells tho Times
that all firms In tlie combination are sol
vent. Their combined means Is double or
three times the amount of liabilities and
they possess largo quantities lu Canada,
and In 31111s In Michigan and In New A'oik
state. Tho linns in this city are most
heavily Involved. Excepting AVhlto &
Co,, of Albany, Pago it Co,, of Oswego,
all firms are well established anil doing
business of about one hundred thousand
dollars a year each,
Tlio creditors nre mostly men who have
lKiught their paper or discounted It. AVIl
Ham E, Dodge is ono of tho heaviest credi
tors. Henry AV. Page holds about $40,000
worth of paper which has gone, to protest.
The AVorld says, the terms upon which the
leadlug creditors all In New York havo
agreed and which they recommend smaller
creditors to accept, are as follows 1 Abso.
lute extension for six months and then new
paper for a hundred cents, and the Intercut
upon which ten cents Is to bo paid every
thirty or sixty days till all Is paid. The
AVoildoddst It Is to lie ieaied that many
persons will lie ruined by the reclamations
made upon them for drafts drawn on tho
suspended firms against consignments of
lumber from many places.
The Western Lumber Failures.
Chicago, III,, May 25.
R. A. Loveland, a lumber merchant of
this city, who l.s mentioned in yesterday's
dispatches from Troy, as one of n combina
tion (it lumber dealers who recently failed,
In nn interview last evening, made substan
tially the same statement ns that of Dodge
& Co. of New York, and adds that no firm
but his in tlie West Is nffected by the
troubles of the firms In the combination re
ferred to which hail no intention whatever
of attempting to control AVcstern trade as
that would bo Impossible.
St. Lonis, 3Iay 21.
Ai ticlcs of agreement were signed last
night for n prize fight between 3Ilko 31c
Coole and Tom Allen, and the first deposit
of one hundred dollars a side was put up.
The fight Is to take place September 23d,
within two hundred miles of St. Louis.
BrndlnugJi Banqueted. Mutiny.
A banquet was given last night in honor
of .Alr.Bradlaugli, tlio bearer of the English
resolutions, congratulating the Republic.
A mutiny is reported among the military
at Uerg.i ; a regiment revolted and tried to
kill tlie colonel ; but troops arriving in
time from tlie neighborhood, the Colonel's
life was saved, nnd discipline and older
Sandi-skv, O., 3Iav 21.
A file yesterday afternoon destroyed tlie
buildings of the Lake Erie ice company,
ami an unoccupied building belonging to
G. Camp. Loss 815,000 j insurance, iJ19,
000. Weather Report.
AVashinoton, 3Iay 25.
For New England nntl Canada south
westerly nnd southcostcily winds, rising
barolncter, with dear nnd partly cloudy
New York, 3Iay 24.
Albany advices report that a large num
ber of jobsnre waiting with hopes of being
crowded thiough the Legislature during
the closing hours A'igorotts efforts will be
made to head them off.
St. Louis, 3Iay 25.
A band of desperadoes numbering thirty
or more, took forcible possession of Caddo
in tlie Indian Territory, a station on the
3Iissouri, Kansas and Texas railroad, on
Saturday and defied tlie authorities. The
United Stales marshal was overpowered
and lie telegraphed to Fort Gibson for help
and troops were sent to quell the disturb
ance. .t-v York SI ot ic :ilii jTlouei' lUurkcl.
Xkw York, May 24.
Stocks uro dull nntl heavy,
(iota Is tinner at nsxsilS',.
Government bonds are dull nnd steady.
Atnte bonds nro dull and steady.
Money Is tlnu at cs" per cent.
Tho following are the quotations :
IT. S. lis '81 rcf
U. s. os 'si coupon
II. s. ts-jos 'ft! teg
l H. r-20s 'iii couiKin
U. H Mos'c-i coupon
r. s. 5-20s 'iB new
V. ti. 5-20S 'tij
U. H. 6s now
V. H. HMOs ICC
V. w. Iimus coupon
Delaware and Hudson Canal
Western Union Tel
Huston Witter Power
Wells, Furtio & Co
American M. I'. Kxpress
United iStates Kxpress...
New York Central S II. It. It
do. preferred ,
I.nko Shore A-Mich, so
Cleveland X Plttsburir
Chicago c Northwestern
Cloaveland, Columbus cm
Mil. X St. Paul
T, W. X V
Alton X Terro Haute
Chleitsro A: Alton
Ohio 4: Mississippi
Del., Lack. X W est
Uoston, ltaitford X L'rle
U. C. K Indiana Central
c. 11. x ij
llaiintbaf & St. Joseph
I.a. ss new
North Carolina 6s
South Carolina 6s
r'v York I'rmlucu .HurKi't.
New Yoiik, May 24,
Cotton Murkct Is quoted at 19J.C. for mid
Flock. Market Is dull and declining.
Receipts 6,000 bbls. Sales 8,000 bbls. buncrllno
slato unit western nt f5.95w6.40; common to
choice e.tra statu $7,oOis.60; common tocholeo
extra Western f6,9tKS.oo: common to choice K.
11. U. 17.0010.50.
ivu Flock. Market Is linn, good demand.
.Sales 201) bbls.nt M.75so.oo.
(litAiN. Mnrket Is quiet and Una. L'eeelpts
0,000 bu. .SMles es.WHint Jl,6.vi,66 for Milwaukee
and Sl.ono hush -si.6o for No. 2 Chicago ;
M for Winter red Western! (.j for
amber Western i s for luferlor to choleo
v hltu Western and state latter for fancy, liyu
market Is quoted as quiet, ltecelpts none.
coitN mtirkei is quoieu ns nrm and scarce
-wcelpts co,oou bushels, .s'ales 39,ii bu. at C3S,
weic. for new mixed Western; for old
Western mixed alloat; m-c. for old tlo.
storo : m e. for yellow Western.
llAUt.Kv. The market is quoted ns dull.
flecelpU uo.oou bushels. Wales 0,000 bu. Canada
Westut ;t delivered.
Oats. Market Is quoted without decided
change. Accclpts 110,000 bushels. .Vales 2S,.
o k) bu. nt 6K.52sc, for new Western mixed;
is c, for old Western mixed storo; 49MiMc,
for black Western ; c. for now mixed state;
Misuse, for new Whtto Western.
1'itovisioNs. l'ork mcrket Is dull. .S'ales 110
bbls. ntll6,75si.s7,v for now mess; ; tor
oltl mess, beef quoted quiet, Tlio innrket for
cut meats Is quoted dull,
LARD. market Is unchanged, .sales 200
tierces at V M6t3i,'e. tor strain ; V(i c. for
llcrrmt. Ilutter Is quoted at 8S.5 31c. for fair to
CiiEKSE. Cheeso Is quoted at ISiSlse. for
new and old.
WuitikKv. Tho market Is quoted at 93,c.
per gallon free.
Kuiw. The market Is quiet nud quoted at 18
ti c. for fresh.
1'ktkoi.kv'm, iodise, for crude; (Sl.'c.
LEAiur.it. Fair request mid unchanged.
lluenos Ayres and lo (Irundo light to heavy
weights uro quoted at 2S;(a31e.
Woou Tho market Is quoted ns without de
elded change Duincstlo iioeee nt 41(.i4sc, ami