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TUB RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1873.
SThc itittluml gaily OMotu
Till IISDAY MOltNlN'Cl, MAY 2!), 1BT11.
AIIIIIVAI, AMI llhl'tltll'lli: HI' tiiains.
11SAIXS AlllltVR AT UL'TI.ANII.
From Hi How i Vnll!?, Illi X ii;oo it, m., '2:22 A
i:4 p. in.
" lluillnglon t2:lii.V "ll:3in. m., lJ:M&t":1B
Port Henry, MIsM n. in. K 17M5 )i. in.
" Hciiiiington, tpJMop, m., U:N .v. Muaiop.
" Saratoga, Minna, in., 14:30, saw) X tlo:oo
" tuloin, 1:40 .t 8:30 n. m 1B:lo M'.M p. m.
TIIAINS I.KAVB IU.TI.AN1.
1 or Hollows Vails 12:Ni X 1 1:30 n. tn 12:10 X tr.:oo
" Hurllnglon, 1:60 X IMH) a. in., '2:32 X r.:0.i p.
" rori iiemy, ir.:uu n. in. r.:im p. in.
'iiiiliigliin, 13:oo x 'u.nri n. in., X 12:20 p. in.
il-iitojju, 14:20, Win X tlO:lf il. in., .V '3:60 p.
Salem, 1:10 X I0:oo a. in., "1:1m X Mm p. in.
Harlem i:lonsion way, 8. IS n. in., nint '.'.iki p. in.
KtiMlrrn wny, ll.4fln. in.
TroJ WnJ, 12.40 p. I". , . .
Troj, 12.40 p. in., 2.40 p. m and in.ul p. in.
Allunv, 12.40 p. in., 2.40 ji. in., mill li'.mi p. in.
Hoston, 11.40 ii. in., niul 10.1W p. in.
anndas, 1,13 p. in.
Northern wny, 2.nop. in.
Ilitillugton, 2.iki p. in. mill 10.oo p. in.
Marnlogn ny, Mi I'- in-
Now oik, 2.ni p. in. ami lo.oo p. in.
Connecticut lllvcr way, Hum p. in.
Woodstock way, (Slngo) l.ou p. in.
Clilttcnilon, O ui'silajM nnil Saturdays! S.no p. in.
llarli'iii i:leustuii way, lo.oo p. in.
Hasl cni wn., 2.20 p. in.
Trie, way, 4.63 p. in.
Troy, l.m a. in., 11.4.1 a. in. ami 4..M p. in.
Albino, 11.1.1 n. in., I.M anil '.MO p. in.
Huston, 1.40 u. in. ami 2.2i p. in.
Canada, 12.40 a. in.
Northern w.i, 11.32 a. m.
nuillngton, 12.10 nnil 11.32 a. in.
H.irat'i.fa was, 11.45 n. in.
New York, 11.45 a. in. nml 4.M p. in.
connei'tleiit Hlver mi.v, s...i p. in.
Woodstock wny, (stage) II.Mn. in.
rhlt louden, iTuosdajs oud Saturdays) I0.30 a.m.
: "Mails will bo promptly closed nl tlic specl
llceil hour: nil letters ilepostteil In the blreel
boxes will bo eolleeteil nt s.su uhd ll.nO n. m
12.10, 1.30 ami last collection fur all idgnt malls,
at turn p. m. All letters deposited In llio better
llo at the )e)ot will be eolleeleil by Iloute
Airents lhn inluules previous In the tlep.irl lire
oteaeh mall train.
UI'TIjAXII AND VICINITY.
The din sets to-nl;ht nt 7.2$ ; linos to
morrow morning at -1.27.
The inoetlnjjnr thu l.ndics Temperance
Association which was Id have been held
lliis afternoon Is postponed one week
Company A Hist Itcxiuicut of Vcrnio'nt
A olunteor MHilla will ilrill in their uiinory
in the Town Hall. tliW (Thursday) evening
S. 1). ,Ieiii!i's tlic coppersmith nml brass
Xotinder has opened a shop at Xo. 1.1 Mer
chants' Itnu. Sen his advoilisoinenl.
To-day is the anniversary of tin' death of
(ion. AVIlifield Hooll In 1811(1.
Wink was commenced yc.itorday in the
removal of dclnis from the site of tlio old
AW publish this morning an "In Momo
riam l'ociu," on the death of Cyrus 31.
and Mary (ltlploy) Fisher. It Is a gem,
and anion!; the best and sweetest of Mrs.
Doir's poetical writings.
The diioelor.s of the Delaware nnd Hud
pon Canal Company were at Whitehall yes
terday, on their way tip the lake on a tour
of Inspection. On their return trip they
will stop for n few hours in ltutland.
(lyles Men ill superintendent of the Cen
tral railroad, has arranged for excursion
trains for lianuun's shows at ltitllnnd on
Saturday, June 1-lth, carrying persons at
tending for half-fare, including all stations
hetween Cavendish and liuiTnigloii on the
liiilland Division. The same arrangements
have also Keen made from Cavendish to
Ogdenslmrg, Including Xorlhlleld, Well
ford and St. John's.
Henry AV. Fales, formeily a conductor
m the ltutland and Washington railroad,
was an important witness in the AVaterford
hank robbery case last week.
The rain which has been threatening for
some days came yesterday afternoon in a
refreshing shower, reviving the parched
earth, and gave relief from the oppressive
heat which has prevailed for several days.
Tlio annual parade and drill of Company
A, of the First Kcglmont of Vermont Jllli
ll.i, will take place at ltutland, Tuesday,
The bathing season was inaugurated in
Hast Cieck on Tuesday.
Suii-irokeshave already commenced in
pome sections of the country.
Crowds of people were examining liar
nums posters at the corner of Wales and
Center streets last evening.
Mr. Charles Sheldon Is about to havu n
new set of marble steps In limit of his sub
stantial residence on Center sheet and also
relaying the sidewalk of same matciial In
The dry-goods, fancy goods and jewelry
Ftores closed last evening at six o'clock
throughout our village, for the first lime
4luring the season, and will continue this
rule through the summer.
Tlio tlori! of Messrs. M. k II. (). Fdson
nil West street was opened during Tuesday
night by some marauder evidently. The
frontdoor was found wide open by Olllcer
Williams about three o'clock that morning.
He Informed Mr. M. F.dson immediately
and on examination it was found that the
door had been sprung open by heavy pres
sure far enough to turn the bolt and effect
an entrance. There were maiks upon the
lloor favoiing tho Idea that a bag of meal
had been drawn across It. Mr. II. O. Fd
son had securely locked tlio store at a late
hour the evening before. Nothing was
missing ns far as the proprietors could as
certain although meal might have been
stolen nnd not necessarily be apparent to
The residenco of Mr. JI, KiKon on the
comer of AVest nnd Fdson streets, has
lately received desirable Improvements of
paint on both Inside and out, also fresco
woik in several of Its rooms. AH of which
adds much to Us appearance.
Mr. II. O. Fdson has also painted his
residence on Kdn street hi a thorough
Decoration day, May !!0th, has been by
an act of the legislature of Xew York made
n legal holiday.
An account of tho hurilc.nie In the West
on the llrst page.
New Itallroad Arrangements, Touching
Incident, Tribune bulldlu;H, on tho fourth
Tho (Seneral Convention of tho Congre
gational Church of Vermont, will bo held
nt Mlddlebury, Juno 17th.
Tho annual meeting of the Addison
County Conference of Churches of tho
Congregational Churcli,will bo held at Ver
gennea during tho first week In June.
linn. Paul Dillingham has been appoint-
cd by Gov. Converse a trustee of tho Ver
mont Itefonn School, In place of lion,
Clmrleu I teed, deceased.
Henry Itltchle, a stone mason, jailed at
Saratoga for Intoxication, hung himself on
Sunday night, to the door of his cell by his
The funeral of Hon. Albeit Ii. linker,
brother of I. X. linker, Fsip, occiiricd
on Sallirdnv. The services were conducted
by Itev. A'.' It. Hotchklss, I). 1)., formeily
of Foultney. The funeral was attended by
members of the bar, trustees of the Savings
bank, lelatlves and others.
Adln Thayer nf Iloosic Fulls, N. Y has
been elected treasurer of the New York
State Agilcultural Society, vice Luther II.
The Oxford, Maine, Iteghter says the
Union College nt Sehucetady, N. A'., Is the
only non-seclnrlaii college In the country.
They haven rare Instance of youthful
precocity at lloosle Falls that Is quite
amusing to contemplate. A youthful
couple have been joined In wedlock, have
ensconced themselves nt Chat He's father's
nnd are happy. The Initio's friends call
Upon her with their dolls and hac nice
times playing with them. ,
John (Irani a blacksmith at lloosle Falls
wassevciely Injured on Friday morning
last A greenhorn had been sent to him as
n helper ami on neaily the llrst job he
struck a foul blow on the piece of Iron nt
which both weie winking, a piece of
the Iron Hew off hitting Orant on the arm
nnd severely cutllng an nitcry.
Gen. Devens, the new commander of the
(Irand Army of the llepubllc has appoint
ed Col. Cornelius G. Atwood of Hoston,
Adjutant-General In place of Itoswell Mil
ler, who Is relieved nt his own request.
Arrangements have been perfected for
holding the fair of the Connecticut ltiver
Valley Agiictiltural society at Cl.neinont,
X. II., on the lllli, 10th and lllh of Sept.
Fitchburg, Mass., hopes to dedicate its
soldiers' monument July -llh. Woik on
Its foundation Is already begun.
The oldest man In Mlddlebury Is Judge
Samuel Swift !I2 years of age and still
hale nnd hearty.
Charles Hump of Salisbury, lias quite n
cuiloslly in the shape of a doll 20(1 jears
Mr, M. C. Mai tin of Chat lotto, who
passed u satisfactory exnininnlion for u
cadclship at the United Stales Military
Academy at AVcst I'oint, has passed the
medical examination and been accepted.
.Mrs, Pot toe of Iteadsboro lias been lined
on twenty charges for selling Intoxicating
liquor and the State has ijUOl) "more loady
A memorial service of Cyrus M. and
Mary (Itipley) Fisher, will be held at Un
church In Center ltutland this (Thursday)
aftcrnoi'iiat 2 o'clock. The friends of the
families are lcspcctfully invited to attend.
The observance of " Decoration Day "
on Friday next should be made an Impor
tant and interesting affair throughout the
United States. In order to make It a gen
eral commemoration of fallen comrades
and a day of universal observance by the
brave brotherhood, every man who fought
our battles on land or on tea dining the
late wicked lebellion, should join in these
decoration services. The Grand Army nt
the Itcpublic, Post Itoberts, of this village,
extends n cordial invitation to their former
comrades in arms, whether belonging to
such organization or not, to meet with
them at their Hall in the Globe building in
tho afternoon of Friday next, and join in
the procession to be formed at that time.
Every ex-soldier and sailor in this commun
ity should accept this invitation and thus
help to swell the ranks of those who do
honor to their own virtues in tho field nnd
In times of peace, as they do honor to the
memories of those who loll at the front by
their sides. Let lliero be as large an as
semblage of those veterans ns can be called
together in ltutland. The Grand Army
boys will greet all with a brother's wel
come. SoliliiTN ;raei.
AVe publish herewith a list of the soldiers
burled in ltutland, so far as they have been
reported, or the committee have been able
to ascertain them.
Any person knowing of oilier soldiers
buried in town, will confer a favor
by reporting them to Jns. II. Dyer, John
Haley, H. O. Fdson, ltutland;, J. II.
Ha.eUon, AA'cst ltutland, by Thursday eve
ning. WEST BIKKKT CT.Ml:Ti:i!V.
Geo. T. Itoberts.
C. P. Rising,
Henry A. Smith,
h. G. Kellogg,
Isaac I). Kelley,
Samuel P Ualley,
John 1 lance.
II. AV. I.ludsey,
Lyman A. McClure,
AY. II. Squires,
10. A. ISailey,
OLD CKMETEUY AT CKX1EI: KITTI.ANIl.
John T. Sennott,
Chas. II. Mead,
Goon Time. Tho special train which
carried the Central Vermont directors from
ltutland to Ilurllngton, on Tuesday, made
remarkably quick time from Ver
gennes. Tho distance was twenty-one
miles and was run In twenty-threo minutes.
Tlo train consisted of a Pullman nnd n
baggago-ear, drawn by tho engine "N. L.
Davis," with T, J.Cuitls as engineer, who
is tlio oldest engineer on tlio ltutland divi
sion and proves his good qualities as a
"tlmelst" In many Instances.
CYlll'S M. ANI1 MA11V llll'I.EV FISIIEII, LOST ON
STKAMSlllr ATLANTIC, A mil. 1ST, 1S73.
VlL'ht years ago I smiB, with trembling brcnth,
A sons of one w ho when t ho spring w ns young.
Her polo Hps sealed with tho seal of ileafh,
t'nino homo to sleep dear kindred uraves
(Ii pen was tlio crass wo raised to (jive her room i
Clear were tho raindrop, tinkling us they fell:
.s,w eci was mo paio nruiuus- icnucr oiooin
last couch ot her who loved It
Vet, In our blindness, how wo wept that day,
when llio earth fell upon licr conin-lld I
O, yo beloved whom I sing thtt day,
Could wo but know whero your dear forms Ho
Could wo but lay you down by her dear side,
Wrapped In tlio garments of eternal rest,
W'licro tho still hours In slow succession glide,
And not a dream may stir tho pulseless
Whero all day long tho shndon s como and go.
And soft winds murmur and sn oot song buds
Where all night long tho starlight's tender glow
l'alls whero tho llowers ou loved nro blos-
Then should tlio tempest of our grief grow
E,Thcn moaning gales should vox our souls no
And llio clear swelling of our thankful psalms
Should drown tlio beatof surges on the shore.
llut tlio deep sea will not give up lis dead.
(), yo who know wherojour beloved sleep,
Hid heart's easo bloom on each lo e-guaritod
And bless your Ood for graves whereon to
Thurf.day, Mny sMh. J. e. k. n.
E'!ovri for Nolrilurv (mi-uk.
All citizens haing llowers to donnto for
the purpose of decorating graves and we
trust all our citizens will be very liberal on
this occasion will confer a favor on the
Post by preserving them until Filday morn
ing when they should be sent to the Village
Hall where a committee of ladles will be
in leadlucss to lecclvc and arrange them.
Offerings mranged in the form of wreaths
are the most convenient to place on the
Moral carriage and lo decorate the graves.
Special offerings should be plainly marked
lo insure their beiiif placed on graves for
which they were Intended.
Committee to procure llowers John A.
Sheldon.AVni.Y.W. Itipley, L. O. Kingsly,
I). M. Fdgeiion. Committee to arrange
llor.il oaniage S. II. Kelley, K. A. Morse,
Daniel Chittenden, Charles J. Itandall.
Fir.dANr IlLil.m.NO. Gen. II. Henry
llavter Is at present having erected upon
his spacious grounds In our ullage, an ex
pensive now building which is lo bo used
as a private bowling alley. The frame is
already up and Is situated at the icar of the
General's handsome oonservatoiios. Tho
building is to be 1)1! feet long and 20 feet
wide, witli nil arched ceiling Inside and
built in in clicd style like the conservatories.
There arc to lie two rolling alloys running
seenty-llve feet and nlso a loom in front
that Is to be finished In a highly ornamen
tal maimer. The design of the building is
strikingly beautiful, especially tho front,
which Is lo bo built with a spire on each
side of the entrance with ornamental dor
mor windows and elegant turret projections
of aitistle style. Mr. Lyman Mllo is the
contractor engaged in its election, and has
a force of workmen upon tho building with
the Intention of finishing it sometime in
The building when completed will be a
handsome acquisition to the many attrac
tions of that attractive villa, and no ex
pense will be spared In making it a perfect
demleratum for tlio purpose for which It is
Tut: Si'Annimi Conceist. Tho people
of ltutland are to bo congratulated on the
fact that a musical entertainment of a high
order is soon to be given them. The Star
bird Concert Company which perform at
the Opera House in tills village, on Thurs
day evening, June (5th, have a high reputa
tion as musicians, and have a corps of artists
rarely 6cen outside of tlio city. Of the so
prano prima donna the Portland Ailterther
says: "Miss Staibird has been engaged
almost constantly in Italy for a year or
more past as a vocalist, nnd lias received
the highest honors from the largest and best
cultivated audiences in Florence and else
whero, both In the opera nnd In concerts.
No American, indeed, lias ever won more
distinguished consideration from the Italian
G'ouU'iiipliitcil ICuilrimil Change.
The Troy l'rcm gives currency to the
statement that under the new consolidation
of tlio Harlem Extension Railroad, it is
proposed to build a connecting link of rail
way from the State line at Pennington
down the AValloomsic A'alley to lloosle
Falls, and raise the Troy and Hoston track
from there to Pctersburgh Junction, and
abandon the winding track to Pennington.
Tho road from Pennington to Nortli Ben
nington will then be leased to the Glaston
Fp.o.m Faiiiei: io Son. The corruption
which exists lo an unparclleled extent In
all departments of llio world's business is
fast leaving Its impress upon the minds of
tho young who learn quickly tho lessons
shown them in (lie experience of older
heads. Even babes and sucklings may In
the end suffer from the contagion. These
thoughts nro suggested by an occurrence
that came under our notice the other day.
Says llio St. Albans Messenger: Two boys
had formed a copartnership in the business
of cleaning spittoons for olllccs and 6tores.
Tho one solicited jobs while Ilia other did
tho dirty work. Tho first acted as cashier
for the concern and It became apparent to
his partner that ho was gobbling all tho
funds. A dissolution of partnership was
Immediately had and tho working boy is
now doing business on his own account.
How can we expect to reform tlio young
rascals when tho greater ones nro conlin.
ually nourishing unchecked and unfurn
ished. Fai.se Ai.ah.i. Two children of Daniel
Claik at Richmond were supposed to bo
lost In tho woods on Sunday night. Tiven-ty-tive
men with lanterns started on tho
search, continuing till nearly midnight. In
the meantime tlio children wcro found
sleeping nt homo safe and sound. They
had been sent to a neighbor for the night,
but had ictiirneil unbeknown lo their jia
rents. Duowsui). A boat containing five men
was capsized on tlio Connecticut river ut
Guildhall, Kssex County, on Tuesday nf.
ternoon, nnd Joseph Chase, a prominent
citizen, nnd Frank Poolo were drowned.
Chnso was unmarried nnd about thirty-five
years of age. Poolo was twenty-seven nnd
Amputation. Mr. (1. G. Robinson, of
Ferrlsburgli, who was badly frozen last
winter, has had nil his fingers on both
hands amputated to the second joint, nnd
It Is feared that an amputation of tho wholo
light hand will become necessary. Mr,
Robinson was formerly Town Cleik of
Ferrlsburgli, n very flno penman nnd a
good musician as well.
I'rograiiuuo ror Deeoralloll Day.
Roberls Post, No. II, (1. A. It., will
meet at their hall hi Gloiie block, at one
o'clock p. m.
Tho lino will be formed on Merchant's
Row nt li!!0 promptly. Invited organiza
tions attending will report to the Marshal
for assignment to positions In the line,
which will march to the Town hall, whero
the following exercises will take place,
commencing nt 2 o'clock p. m.
The public generally nro Invited to at
tend these exercises which will be of an
Music by Cambria Hand.
Hymn by quartette.
Oration by Comrade Albert Clarke, of St.
Music by llio Hand.
Hymn "America," by Quartette, In which
tho audience nro requested to join.
The procession will then lo-form hi the
Itoberts Post, No. 14, Dept. of Vt.,
G. A. It.
With Floral Can Inge.
. (In carriages.)
.Members of llio Press.
Citizens on Foot.
Citizens in Caniagcs.
The line of march will be tin oiigh .Mer
chants' Row and AVcst street to AVcst street
Cemetery where the column will halt and
the graves be decorated by the Post.
Any organization not choosing to accom
pany Hie procession farther can here " fall
out," The lino of march to Kvorgreeti
Cemetery will bo lusunwd decorating en
route to 1,lio graves in Roman Catholic
On arriving at Kvcrgreon Cemetery the
ritualistic service of tlio Grand Army will
bo rendered, and a short address will be do
limed by Rev, K. M, Ilaynos, formeily
Chaplain 10th Vermont Volunteers. After
which tho gracs will bo' decorated by thu
Post (details being sent to other cemeteries
lo decorate the grates Iheicin). At the
sound of llio "Assembly" the column will bo
re.fotmed and return to Merchants' Row
whcie the parade will be dismissed.
As a proper observance of the day, the
business men are requested to close their
stores from 1 till 0 p. m nnd citizens gen
t rally sue urged lo display tie national
eolois dining tlio day.
,1, II. GoniiiNn,
John A. Salsiicuv,
Jr.s'i: TiiAixixo. The orders for parade
and diill, for the companies of the 1st
Regiment AVrmimt .Militia, me issued ns
Co. A., at Rutland, JuucuJ.
Co. 1!., at St. Albans, June nth.
Co. C, at Hmlington, Juno 4th.
Co. )., nt St. Ajbans, June nth.
Co. F., at Winooskl, Juno 4th.
Co. F., at Nortlitlold, Juno mil.
Co. G., at llradford, June 11th.
Co. II., at Springfield, Juno 10th.
Co. I., at Hrattleboro. June 10th.
Co. K., at Wostford, June rtth.
Co. Ii., nt Hrandon, June ild.
Co. M., at .Mlddlebury, June 4th.
Fim:. A barn belonging to C. A. Rood,
on the Colchester side of the liver near
liurlington, was destroyed by firo Squday
afternoon, lienlde the building, somo twelve
tons of hay, two mowing machines and
other farm Implements were consumed.
Loss fully covered by insurance. The lire
was set by boys who went into the bam to
Small Pox. A child of Fd. Paige of
Port Henry, was declared on Sunday last
to have the small-pox. Authorities were
notified, signals posted and every effort to
pi event n spread of the disease was made,
and It is thought successfully so.
Sevekhi.y Afflioieu. Mr. Z. K. Town
send, of Crown Point, Picsident of the
Crow n Point and liridport Fair lias been
severely ntlllcted during the past few
months. Last fall lie was thrown down by
a young horse while entering its stable nnd
received severe injuries, the bone of one leg
being fractured. Soon after his convales
cence he was attacked by cerebro-spinal
meningitis and again barely escaped with
Tin; GurjAT Wiiestlino Match I1k
TwiiEN HoML-n Lane anii Joiix McMaiion
roii $3,000. At Apollo Hall next Friday
tho pending wrestling match between Ho
mer Lane of Nc York and John McMahon
of Rutland, Vt., is to'tako place. These men
on llio lllh ultimo signed articles of agree
ment to wrestlo according to tho rules of
tlio Detroit Tournament, collar and elbow-,
best two in three r.ilr back falls, for l,G0O
a side. McMahnn's friends in tho Fast are
sanguine, but Lane's victories over Lang
Dolan of llrigltfon and Low Ainsworth of
New Haven last month have gained him n
host of friends In this city and Hoston, who
nro wagering ono hundred to sixty that ':o
will win tho coming match. From present
Indications the struggle will bo ono of tho
most exciting wrestling bouts over witnessed
in tills country. McMahon has a good
record. Ho stands five feet eleven inches
in height and weighs ono bundled and sixty
pounds. Tho match will be witnessed by
sporting men from St. Albans, Rutland,
Rochester, ISiirTalo, Cleveland, Hoston,
Philadelphia and this city. McMahon has
already arrived with his old trainer at Utlca,
and will leave on Wednesday for Troy.
Lnno has been taking exercise nnd living
abstemiously in New Yo.k, under tlio caro
of nn experienced trainer. Troy iVfn of
J uemlaii ncning.
Allen & Drew, 27 Merchants' Row, are
agents for tho Klin City Shirt. Shirts cut
and made lo order. Clothing, Hats, Caps,
Trunks nnd liags.
Among tho arrivals at tho Hardwell
House May 28th, wcro the following : AV
N Ilollcster, Granville j AV Monroe, AVor
cestcr, Mass; Young Osborno Spencer,
Now York ; John JIcLaugldln, Hoston ; N
Lapham, Rensselaer, N Yj J II Chase,
Rochester, N Y ; P MtGlono, Larguin; T
McGlonc, doj Hon AVill Lincoln, Hoston j
Jas Hums, Hoston; C Clogsvuil, Phlla
ndelphlaj K Crosby, Hrattleboro; James
McMulIcu, Castleton ; K Hatch, N Y ; .Ino
Christmas, Philadelphia ; Merritt II Dick
erson, K AVallingford ; O J Cuslunan it Son,
Bristol) O Richardson, New York; AV II
AVolcott, AVestport, NY; O A Coats;
Albany; T J Odder, Troy ; BM Cook and
wife, Providence; 11 Moultlu and wlfo,
Michigan ; K Kdgcrton, New York : O A
Clark, AVIlsboro, NY; P llolton, Dauby;
rt ; F Banford and wife, Castleton ; Geo
O Kendall, Arlington; AD Smith, Fair
haven; T AV AVllder, do; J AVIlder, llu
pert ; K James Bliss, Albany ; F AVoscott,
Syracuso ; H Stllwell, do.
Al lliu J uwi lull, ill j.unvuu. uu ..mj 1'Uf, lotu,
by 11. V. (lordlier, Justlco of llio Peace, Soloman
W. Jowctt. of Uallfornln formerly of Wcy-
bridge 10 Mtiry jaickwouu aucii, ui jiusiuu.
PIANO TO RENT. Excellent tone.
X Inqulro nt this qnice, mjssiWw
p LUMPING AND OAS FITTING,
(;oppt:it and hhi:i:t ikon work.
liming leased rooms No. 1. Merchants' How,
In Htoro with II. II. Dyer, I am prepared to do
all work In my line In a woikmntillko manner
nt reasonable rates.
I'l.ll.MHINd AND (IAS FITTINO GOODS
supplied nl tho lowest rates.
SATISFACTION (1 V A It A N T K K D.
tv Orders by mall promptly attended to.
H. D. JHNNl'.SS,
nutlnnd, Slay 20, 18T3.
A K H 1) U N M O R i : HOUS F ,
11. P. IUTCHCOOK, Pnoi'iiiKTOii.
.1. W. I'OllTKIt. Manaiikm.
This well known and popular Hotel, situated
on the shores of Lake Duiunore, lias been re
cently put In thorough repair. Several new
Cottages have been built and newly furnished,
and will be opened .Tune 1st, for the reception of
boarders and tourists. inayssdt t
K R A II O U S F.
ANNA .STAHHIItll CONCKltT COMPANY
(INK (IHAND CONCnilT
vf;(,vj.i r i:-n.i.sn ,rusn f,.
The Company bolng composed of tho follow
ing eminent art Ms ;
MISS ANNA .STAHIIIHH,
l'l Ima Donna Soprano.
-MISS ALICE I'AIIiMAN,
Of London, ling., Contralto,
JI1SS THUtKHi: LIEIIK,
The Eminent Vlollnlste.
Jill. NM.SON VA1IIXV,
The celebrated English Tenor
MH, W, , hi:cii;tt,
MH. .1. A. 1IOWAHD,
Pianist mid Conductor.
In order thai all may bavo an opportunity of
hearing lliu aboo arttstR the prices have been
1 educed us follows : llescrveil seats "Sc.; Ad
mission wllhout coupon forseat.&oc. Tho sale
of Heseru'd seats will commence on Monday,
Junii 2il, at tho Music Store of J II. .Meeker.
Admission tickets can only bo procured nt tho
ojiera House on tho evening ot the Concert. To
commence at s o'clock.
CENTRAL HOUSE CORNER
.) - The I'laco to Huy
for our Cl'STO.M DKI'AKTMHNT we lmo
Just received a full line of
Which we shall make up to measure, u
Call 'early and inako selections.
II. W. KINOSLEV,
Central House Comer, - - - IICTLAND, VT.
A h l'
L L E N ii I) R K W
Aro lust homo from New York ond Hoston
with llio largest and best selected stock ot
HEADY MADE CLOTIIINO,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Ever show n In ltutland.
Prices will bo as low as (tho low est. Those,
goods aro bought for CASIIj;and will bo sold
O U S T () M CLOTHING
A largo lino of CLOTHS lo select from. A
CUTTEIl that cannot bo beat In Vermont
TRUNKS AND BAGS.
ALLEN & DREW,
l'AINK, I10WSIAN Ii CO.'S OI41 STAND,
27 Merchants' ltow.
jyAKl!LK CUTTERS AVANTKI) BY
Jr. WO 0 1) 8,
majUdtw' (Ircenllebl, Mass.
"PICTURE FRAMING DONE AV1TII
X Neatness and taste, and at reasonable
prices, somo now and beautiful styles Just re
Ii. N, MEHllIAM'S.
rnilK BEST SHAVING MACHINE IN
X llio world, Wo have tried them. Can bo
mwill K. N. MKltttlAM'W.
LATEST FROM Til II MODOCS.
II O It It 1 II I, II I'ATAI.ITV AT
II It K N.N I! I, N,
BOSTON .EIGHT HOUIt LEAGUE.
Special to the lliitland (llobe.)
ARREST OF AX IXCF.XIHAUY.
Mnmt.mirisY, A't., Mny 28.
On last AVednesday night a dwelling
house In the eastern part of this village was
destroyed by tire. As tho house was un
occupied nt the time the general Impression
was that the building was set on (Ire nnd
the proper authorities commenced tracing
It homo to the party guilty of the act.
This was accomplished and on Tuesday
last Mr. Tilpp, sherlir of Addison County,
came to Rutland and arrested Edward Os
tegee, ns the Incendiary, and lodged him In
Mlddlebury jail. His hearing was appoint
ed for this evening at this village. While
confined In jail ho made n confession and
admitted that lie burned the building, giv
ing as his reason that he was hired to do
It by tho owner.
llut ns tho examination has not been com
pleted it is not best to place too much con
fidence hi his statement In relation to being
paid for the job, as Ida previous recoid is
Hilt very creditable, and It appears that
he made sovoral faKe statements regarding
the property to parties here.
AVhen tho easo was called -Air. Ostegce
waived an examination and being unable to
obtain the bail of iJ.'iOO demanded by the
couit, was returned to jail to nwait his
trial at the next term of tho Addison coun
ty court,couitncncing June ad.
The hearing In relation to the truth of
his htatuniiiiitB that tho owner hired him to
burn tW- propel ty, will commence on Sat
urday at this place, and It Is believed by
those who know nil the circumstances re
garding the case, that it Is a "put up" job
on the part of Ostegce to shield himself
from the consequences of Ids act.
It is stated that Mr. Gilson will be fully
prepared to prove the utter falsity of the
charge ngalntt him, t
Nkw Yong, May 2!j.
Mexico city advices report that the peo
ple nie dying oil' like sheep with small
pox in the state of Hidalgo, one hundred
and ninety deaths having occurred in the
small village of Guala alone,
The Indian chieftain Loada at last ac
counts was being hotly pursued by General
Carbo. Many of the former's chief olllccrs,
with their commands, are coming down
from the mountains and surrondoihig to the
government. It is related that a subterra
nean apartment lias been discovered near
Tepio, in which Lo.ada confined nnd tor
Hired his prisoners. Among those recently
discovered and released was one man who
had been imprisoned In the vault for four
Boston Eight Hour League.
Uosio.v, Mass., May 28.
The Boston eight hour league, at its
meeting at Meridan to-day, discussed the
following pi lutipal resolutions: Tho labor
movement deals with the poverty of labor-
crs as a class. The great question Is, How
can wnges bo so increased as to add to
their purchasers power? High wages will
euevitably result hi better opportunities and
Institutions for the masses. Labor saving
machinery Is largely the product of high
wnges. Expensive machinery will not pay
its cost of construction and management
when low wages picvnll. Rapid nnd
cheap production Is the result of labor sav
ing machinery. The result of a day's labor
in Ameilca buys more than the icsiilt of
thu snmu amount of labor In any other
High wages resulting from less bom's
reduces the cost of production. The llrst
step towards co-operation is to render
cheap labor dearer. The conditions which
will make co-operation universal will lift
the standard of general Intelligence and
comforts so far above their present level
that fraud, oppression, intemperance,
proststutlon nnd war will be Impossible.
The most important fact In social science
Is that eight hours means higher wages or
The lesolutlons anticipated tho voting
pow er of tho masses will be openly and
conveitly assailed in the next constitutional
convention with propositions to qualify the
suffrage, increased taxes, and reduce tho
number of olllccrs elected by the peoplo ;
nnd that an aristocracy of wealthy repub
licans uud democrats w 111 Matt in these
high handed usurpations. The only hope
of purer elections Is from incorruptible
legislation, less violence, crime nnd mis.
rule and in tho reduction of tho hours of
labor wherever public opinion and legisla
tion can properly interfere.
Camden, Me., May 28.
The coroner's Inquest In tho AVnrren
murder case closed with a verdict that Dr.
Baker camo to his death by moans of a pis
tol In the oands of Lucy Ann Mink. Tho
time for her examination Is not yet fixed.
Cincinnati, May 28.
A lire at Carlisle, Ky., this morning, de
stroyed a frame building, tho depot build
ing, express and telegraph olllces, a gro
eery, dry goods store, a boot store, a milli
nery nnd tailor shop, and two dwellings.
Nkw Oiu.kaks, May 28.
Tho non-arrival of tho steamer Georgo
Cromwell from New York May l(i, for
Now Orleans, causas uneasiness. She was
duo hero Sunday last.
From Now York.
New Yoiik, Mny 28.
Thiee river thieves boarded the schooner
Donnlce Hastings, olT Jersey City yester
day morning, held Captain Tllton In terror
by revolvers, and then ransacked the cabin
and robbed It of all Its valuables.
Prices of Scrantoii coal to-day ate slight
The residence of Colonel Potter, In Lin.
don, N. A'., was burned yesterday morning,
the family barely escaping with their lives,
Shoitly after n fuse was discovered burning
lending to a hay rack In n barn which was
stamped out. Investigation discovered a
ean of fifteen pounds of gun powder under
the barn, with which the fuse was con
neclcd. U1IANI1 SAIIIIATH SCHOOL Tt'IiN-Ot'T.
The Sabbath School anniversary parade
and other exercise, In Brooklyn, to-day,
was attended by tho largest turn out of
young people ever known. They paraded
In five directions in different parts of the
city, aggregating somo fifty thousand,
all dressed In gay colors, with Hags, ban.
ners and bands of music. After parade
they adjourned to various churches whero
refreshments and mementoes of the occa
sion were dlstrjbutcd profusely.
A private residence on Third street,
Brooklyn, was cooly ransacked and robbed
of considerable valucable jewelry, nnd In
broad day light yesterday while the ladles
of the houe wore shopping.
THIEVES I.KAV1NO CITY.
It is stated that many professional thieves
hat cleft for the oast and west since. the
passage of the net authorizing their arrest
ns suspicious characters.
MKMoiiiAL si:i:vici:s at niruuosn.
A largo number of piomlnent Baptists
from New England and this State left for
Richmond, A'a., to-day, lo participate In
memorial first services there.
OlllTt'AliY CIIANOK IN POLICE.
Colonel Tlnclli, late United States Consul
at Oporto, was buried nt Brooklyn yester
day. Three captains and twenty-one police
sergeants are to be removed und captains
who w ere In the service twenty-live years
ago will bo put on the force.
The Carpenter's Strike.
New Yoiik, May 23.
Several carpenters who quit ten hour
shops on Monday found no one nt the so
ciety's headquarters and ascertained that
the reported action of the society was not
fully endorsed by that organization. They
have endeavored to obtain work in eight
hour shops but found them nil full nnd
they will probably have to return to their
old shops nt ton hours labor. It is stated
that a man representing hinistif as a socie
ty carpenter has visited several shops to
day, threatening those who nro working
ten hours. It is not believed now that any
general strike will occur unless bosses of
eight hour shops decide to change to ten.
The recent proposition of builders lo the
carpenters society to make nine hours the
compromise nt present rate of wages, to
last live years, was rejected.
AViiiteiiai.l, N. A'., May 28.
Tho directors of the Delaware and Hud
son Canal company were here to-day
looking at the tunnel which is in a bad
condition from settling and is considered
unsafe. They left for Crown Point on tlio
steamer AV. B. Eddy this afternoon, to
look after the progress of the New York
and Canada railroad.
Indianapolis, Ind., May 28.
The National Agricultural Congress con
vened In the House of Representatives this
morning. A committee on credentials was
appointed. No business beyond tho ap
pointment of this committee was transacted
at the morning session.
The New Jersey Episcopal Comcntlon.
Newaiik, N. J., May 28.
The New Jersey annual Episcopal con
volition was held at Burlington, this morn
ing. A report of the committee favoring
a division of the diocese was discussed with
great niilmatlon and adopted by almost a
Rocnr.sTKi:, N. A., May 28.
The corner stono of tlio new City Hall
was laid this afternoon with imposing Ma
sonic Sercnionles. M. AV. Christopher G.
Fox, Grand Master of tho State, officiated,
assisted by all the grand olllccrs. The
opening remarks were made by Hon. A.
Carter AVllder, Mayor.
Murderers Granted n Respite.
Rai.eioh, N. C, May 28.
Tho two negroes, Mordran and Griffith,
sentenced to be hanged on the SOth for tho
attempted murder of a white man named
Hicks, somo time since, has been respited
by the Governor till the fith of June, nnd
in the meantime the Governor will consider
a petition for the commutation of their sen
tence to imprisonment for life.
Surrender of More Modocs.
San Fkancisco, May 28.
Troop F, of tho first cavalry, under Col.
Perry, will start from Falrehlld's to-day
for tho Pitt River country, to intercept
Capt. Jack nnd his band if possible, and
also to ascertain tho temper of tho Pitt
River Indians. Twenty AViirm Spring In
dians go with Perry. Ono Modoc warrior
with his squaw and four children came In
and surrendered May 27th.
Mar laud Races.
llAi.TiMoiiK, Moy 28.
At tho Maryland Jockey Club races tho
purse for $100, ono and a half jnlles was
won by j,Eolus, tlmo , 2:13. Chespoako
stakes for fillies three years old, ono mllo
and a quarter, purso $800 was won by
Fadladeon, Uhno 1:48, 1:451, P.47L
Purso ijOOO, two nnd a half miles, was
won by Village Blacksmith. timo4:fil,
AVasiiinoton, May 20.
For Now England nnd Canada, south
westerly to northwesterly winds ; rising
barometer, occasional, rains. Partly
and clearing weather.
Br. Louis, May 28.
J. B. Lcrvcus, while changing curs at
Duquoln, HI., early this morning, won
knocked down and robbed of $7,000.
THE ECSSIAN MISSION.
AVasiiinoton, May 28.
Kv-Governor Jewell is In Washington
awaiting the return of tlio President, to
give him a definite nnswer regarding the
Balances In Treasury to-day were, cur
rency, U,82 1,000; special deposits of legal
tenders for redemption nnd certificate lo
poslt 2!),!J00,000 j coin $74,810,6711, In
eluding S20,fiC2,700 coin certificates : out
standing legal tenders $:i.)G,000,000.
New Yoiik, May 28.
A Newfoundland dispatch says the New
foundland government have notified the
Now Yoi'k. Newfoundland and London
Telegraph Company that they will nban-
Hon uieir pre-emptive riglit,ll the company
will abandon their monopoly of landing en
blcsln Newfoundland. If not, they will
exercise their pre-emptive right.
HnrssKLs, May 28.
A terrible boiler explosion occurred In n
crow ded workshop here, to-day. Fourteen
persons were killed and many Injured.
Constantinople, May 28.
Thhty hou'os have been destrovod by a
conflagration In Stamboul.
The C'uiiard "(lives Hovui."
New A'ouk, May 28.
Henry Hums recovered ten thousand
dollars from Cimaid Company to-day, for
lour li nes oi goods delivered by their agent
to wrong party.
Hew York Nloclc nun .Uoiioy Alarkrt,
New Yoiik, May lis.
Cold opened at 11S',(,11SW, but fell In US'.,,
business mostly ntU3l4&tlS',',
Loans ImS percent, tor carrjln?.
Government bonds nro dull nnd steady all
day nt nominal prices, closing linn.
.state bonds qulvl. with prices not so tlrm.
Money ranged rrom As.
Sterling eu'liango quiet al 9,'; for oa das and
Vi for slim I slglil.
Stocks opened ru'licr heavy, but during the
day gradually gained strength. Market lias
been very dull and closing llnu at about the
best prices of I he ilaj .
The follow In;; are the quotations:
IT. S. fisM reg 1ls,
1'. s. cs'si coupon ll'jy,
L'. si. MOs 'Hi reg ll(i,v,
l'. si. Mm 'Hi coupon nc
U.N n-sus'iu coupon nil1.
1'. S. Mis 'a.-, old lis
V. S. Mils V. new US'.
1'. S. MOs'OT Hl
U. S. Mils 'Cs ; UU'.
IT, 8. EH now US
IT. S. HMOs reg 112,
V. S. lO-tOHCOtlpOU 1U'.
currency Us tic
Helawaro and Hudson Canal tin
Consolidated Coal M
W estern union Tel
Hoston Water Power
.Miieriean .m. i . express
United Mates Expiess
New Yoik Central X II. It. 1!..
I.ako Shore X Mich. So
Cleveland X Pittsburg
Chicago X Northwestern
Cleaveland, Columbus x Cln..
Mil. & hi. Paul
T. W. XV
Alton X Torre Haute
Chicago X Alton
Ohio .t Mississippi
1)J1.. Lack. X West
Hoston, Hartford I'.rle
c. c. Indiana Central
c. Ii. & j
Uannlbal.v. St. Joseph
La. Cs new
Lev ee Cs
North Carolina cs
South Carolina cs
Xuw Vnrli I'roiliiru .Murlii't.
New Yoiik, Mayas.
Coiton-Iu very HmllM request for export
and home use without change llu price. He
celpls I3sl bales at l!"i uplands.
Ki.ocii.-l(eeelpts lo,TM bbis. Maiket rliw
lower, ven llmlled evport home trade demand,
scarcity of irclffht room cheeks export inquiry.
0,100 bbls., at S5.),.i 0.20 for Supernne Western
and state: jc.civ. ;.i3 for common to good
Extra Wealei n and btate; J7.no vt s.2.' for
good to cholee iki; is.Siv,io.4u fur common
to choice white wheat western extra : $7.2.1
( 12.60 for common to choice extra srf.ouls,
ftl.b3irtlo.23 for common lo good extra Ohio,
Tho market closed heavy. Thu llrst sample ot
new Hour from crop of lsi3 sold 011 Vliange to
day. ltvn Flock. Hull. Sales ISO bbls. at 4.7.V
0.00 for Interior to very choleo Superrtne;
for fancy bupeiilue.
Coiin Mku market steady. Sales 3im bbls.
at f for Caloric; t3.cvs.C3 for llrandyulnr.
SW'uisKKV. Hull and lower, .scales 4.10 bbls,
Wheat. Itecelpts S7.7S3 bush. Wheat heavj
wllhout decided change with inoderntu cvpoil
demand and limited home trade demand for
forward delivery sales 10,1,000 bush, f 1,33 tor
rejected spring; 1,501,30 for No. 3 spring; l.c.i
No i North Western ; l,C3sl,cj tor No 2 MUnies.
sola ; I.cim 1,04 for Nu 2 .Milwaukee ; i,3sii,oii
for No 2 Chicago; 1,03 for choice Ion a spring;
l,i)7i4 for white Wisconsin ; 2,ih for choleo win
ter red western ; t,m for White .Michigan.
ItvK Moderato request. Sales wu bushels
at 00 for western,
H jhikv. Hull and unchanged In price ; sales
sou bush Canada Western at 1.12,. Ilarley malt
COKN.-Hecelpts C3.4SI bushels. Market Is
a shade Ilimer with n ralr exiwrt demand, .sales
JMoo bushels nt C3rt03 for Inferior new mixed
estern ; iunii.1 for good 10 choice do ; cikiadl
fureilow Western; M.y for old western mix
ed In store and ntlo.it.
OATS.-llecelpts 20,134. Market Is steady
Sales 2S,iki bushels, nt ttwi for new mixed
western; 67s,(f.ii for whlto western; J'Jh.iu'
for black western; is for for old do. in
Hans. Market steady at tTeHty for western;
18o for stato ; for Jersey and 1'ennsi U aula;
lUv l'lrm prime, dull common lots.
Hoes null and nominal, 1S72 quuted nt 3.v
W: California MW65.
l.KATiikK. Market quiet and steady; hemlock
sole, Iluenos Ayrcs, nnd Illo (Iranile, light, mid
illo and heavy weights at !SKi3l; California
do., otmuTOW Morocco do. .
Wool, Market quiet and quoted ntSOiUSO for
mixed lleeee; rxwta for medium ; 47 for low.
Coi-'kkk. Market quiet and llrmcr. Illo Is
quoted ut 17,MllVe. .
Scuaii. Actlu'. Sales 1201 hmis 1.131 lioxe?,
nnd 1 umored sales of cooo boxes; fair lo good re
llntng quoted nt u.-issc,
Molassks. Market is dull nn.l unchanged;
New Orleans quoted nt 13 ; Porio men
Hick steady at Tfl.s for Carolina. Sales
21 bags! KnngoonOMnI.
PKTitoLiiiiM. Tho markot Is quite and verv
Una nt y. for erudo and Siinisoij rellned
Point. Market is rather rasler. Sales 4(H)
bbls; moss Juno 10,02
Hkkk. stoadyntfMU.Mfor plain mesa $12i
13 for extra do! beef hnms dull und nominal
ntf .'MR; tierce beef without change tux, 22.ro;
nrlmo mess 2i,6024 India do.; cut meats quiet!
hams' 1111 lbs. c: shoulder middles dull;
city long clear nt 8V;bhort clear Is quoted
Laiiii. lard lower. Sales sou tierces at gi.M
3-io ; western btenm nl .VW',c. for kellln
HuTTkii.-tJulet nnd weal; at 2355290 for
fair to prime new gross of 5 ellow Mate ; H)iS24o
Cueksk. Firm and steady at isalsvi for
fair to prime new .vtato factory.