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(The Jutland gnity &Mc.
TUESDAY, Jl'NE 17, 1873.
AltlllYAL AMI IlKI'.UITt'llE OF TIIAISS.
1 RAINS AKrllVK AT nCTLAND.
rrora Uollons Fall, 1:42 k 19:00 a. in., '8:22 &
" llurlVngtori 12:40 & '11:33 n. m., 12:50 tills
" 1-nrt Honrv. M1:3J a. In. tTtlO D. in.
' Ilennlngton, 112:10 p. m., tl:30 9:35 p.
" (Saratoga, '11:43 a. m., t4:30, 9:04 & 110:00
" Salem, 1:40 A 8:30 a. in., 13:40 & '4:05 p. m.
TRAINS IKKXE RUTLAND.
Tor Ilellows rnlH,l!:M&t4:30a.ni.,,l!:104rt5:00
" llurllngton, 1:60 it 15:00 n. m '2:32 SfcMp.
' Port Henry, tfcoo a. ra. B:05 p. m.
" Ilennlngton, t3:00 A "9:30 a. in., t8:23 p. m.
" Saratoga, t4:20, 6:00 4: tl0:10 a. in., St '3:60 p.
" Salem, 1:40 & t9:00 o. m., l:00 A 0:00 p. id.
.Mall Train t.Mlxed.
Harlem Extension way, 8.43 n. ni., and 8.00 p. m.
Hastem way, 11.40 a. in.
Troy way, 12.40 p. m.
Troy, 12.40 p. m 2.40 p. in., and 10.00 p. m.
Albany, 12.40 p. in., S.40 p. in., anil 10.00 p. lu.
lloston, 11.40 a. m., and 10.00 p. m.
Cnnadas, l.lBp. m.
Northern way, 2.00 p. m. .
Uurllngton, 2.00 p. m. and 10.00 p. m.
Saratoga way, 2.40 p. m.
New York-, 2.40 p. m. and 10.00 p. in.
Connecticut Itlver way, 10.00 p. in.
Woodstock way, (Stage) 1.00 p. in.
Clilttenden, (Tuesdaj s uud Saturdays) 5.00 p. tu.
Harlem Extension way, 10.00 p. m.
Eastern way, 2.20 p. in.
Troy way, 4jp. m.
Troy, M a. in., 11.43 a. in. and 4.63 p. m.
Albany, 11.43 0. in., 4.55 and 9.10 p. 111.
lloston, 1.40 a. in. and 2.20 p. in.
'anadas, 12.40 a. in.
Northern way, 11.82 a. m.
llurllngton, 12.40 and 11.32 a. in.
Saratoga way, 11.43 n. 111.
New York, 11.43 n. in. and 4.55 p. 111.
Connecticut Illvcr way, 8.4s p. ni.
Woodstock way, (stage) 11.63 n. m.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays and Saturdays) 10.30 a.m.
Ciyjlalls will bo promptly closed at the specl
flcodhour; 11 letters deposited In the street
boxes will n collected nt 8.30 and 11.00 n. m
12.10, 1..10 and last collection for all night malls,
nt 9.00 p. m. All letters deposited In tho Letter
l oxat Hie Depot will tie collected by Houto
Agents live minutes previous to the departure
PI each malt train.
lll"IT..t.I POST oi'iici:.
Advertised Letlsfs for the week ending .tune
lloutln, .Mrs i:il.i
carpenter, Jessie A
Callaghan, Jllss Jlaiy
Doyle, Miss liosa
llussey, Mrs Mary
Lesser, Mrs Henry I
McDonnell, Miss Mai y
Porter, Mrs Clara
l'age, Mrs M F
Hooney, Miss Moggy
Williams, Mrs J I)
Waters, Miss Nellie
Wetmore, Mrs II
Woodbury, Mrs II a
Warner, Mrs II
Williams Mrs Lucy J
Harrows, ooorge Lnpolnte, I. 2
Monger, John A
Osborn, (1 1'
Smith, J II
Tnlfourd, II J
uaKcr, 11 u
Daly, (leo (I
Davis, It II
Kstabrook, II F
Flsk, Chai ley
Foss, II A
(lorham, A II
lluntoon, II J
Hart, H C
Knight, O F
Jones, Lanipson A C3
cephles, Appleby Co Langdon llaker
HELD FOlt PO.STAOE.
McDouough, Dal by
:Shaw, W M P.
McKcllcr, Smith .lor
den Trumblo, Mrs Mary J
t.ncre, jura 1
When application Is mado for un advertised
letter, tho applicant must give date of advertise
ment. If not called for within one month they
will be sent to the Dead Letter Orllce.
.T. It. KILllUKN, I'. M.
HUTLAND A1 VICINITY.
Tho sun sets to-night nt 7:30 ; and rises
to-morrow morning at 4,22:
Company A, 1st ltcgiment of Vermont
Militia, Capt. 1-:. T. Whltcomb, will meet
at their armory this (Tuesday) evening, at
7:30 o'clock for drill.
Messrs. Cramton and Salsbury have dis
solved co-partnership, and the management
of the Ilardwell House will lie conducted
by John W. Cramton.
Hon. A. P. Lyman Itegister holds a
Court of llankruptey at the Ilardwell
Trenor W. Park, of Ilennlngton, was
in town yesterday.
The Vermont Central hearing on tho
Several new locomotives for 'Western
railroads passed through town yesterday.
Hand organs were heard on our streets
Mrs. H. Howes, of North Ilennlngton,
had her pocket picked, on Saturday last,
while attending Hie circus, of her purse
containing $10 in cash.
Ilcv. John G. Hale, of Chester, was In
town, yesterday, on his way to attend tho
Congregational Convention nt Middlehury.
Locomotives appear in Itutland marked
New York, lloston & Montreal Kallroad,
lielonging to tho new organization from
hero to. New York.
In a late funeral discourse it was pa
thetically remarked, that the deceased had
' gone to his rest, where the cares of this
world could not follow him, nnd where he
would'nt ravo and curso about taxes any
Fighting dogs arc not very creditable to
any place. How much less so arc the un
refined specimens of humanity who civ
courago these canluo encounters f
Mr. Tow Icy, of Hutland, bad $7.fi0 taken
from his pocket on tho up train on the
lt-cnsselacr and Saratoga Kallroad, on
Friday night. Tho thieves boarded the
train Foit Edward. A Whitehall lady had
her pocket picked of $100 on the same
Justice ran rampant on Monday morn
lug at tlio stono building on Main street
and refreshed Itself j it was under assnolt
and was vindicated j Its light was for u
time obscured but now shines triumphantly
The ceremonies attending 11 circus, u fourth
of July, and, of late, a New Year's, are of
a jolly and exhilarating character. Men
there aro In this wicked world of ours
who nre apt on such occasions to Imbibe of
tho flowing bowl, and just so sure as Hie
day comes round will drink until they are
drunk, provided liquor Is to bu bad for
money. When they get in that condition
they aro generally, If so happen they nro
in Itutland, found by the Irresistible police
and put into tho jug. Were there less
liquor sellers in this good town of ours.
less liquor would bo drank and fewer would
thcro bo to fed tho strong arm of tho law
in tho lock-up and tho penalties arising
when onco they wako sober. Hut it takes
all classes of men to mako up a village
even as .small and peaceable as ours, and so
things aro as they frequently turn out to bo'
On yesterday morning iilno persons of
tlio mascullno gender were arraigned beforo
Justice II. W. Marshall at tho jail, where
they had been given quarters over Sunday,
and timo for quiet meditatIon,oii tho chargo
of Intoxication, Their guilt was In each
ensa ko innhllVst Hint but little time wis
taken In arguing Hint .question, mid they
were fined each one tn the amount of $13.
01, making In nil Hie snug little sum of
$185.89. But the case did not end licic.
Tlic disclosures wblcli these Individuals
made served to further the ends of Justice,
nnd bring to the bar of the law nnothcr
botch of victims to the number of thirteen.
These presented tho picture ench one of the
rum-scllcr that man so fearfully depicted
by J. n. Gough nnd 1'. T. IJarnum.ln their
lecture?, nnd In many 11 group of wax.
work nnd oil colors. Some of these nre
citizens of good stnndlng, while others nro
known In the same connection nt other pre
vious nrrcsts. These Individuals worn fined
to the total amount of $328.30, being 25..
20 for each delinquent, and for the wholo
liquor sellers and their victims, n total
amount of $423.74 of fines and costs.
Pat Golden, who was arrested for an
nssnult upon his wife on Sunday last wns
nlso arraigned before .Tustlce Marshall on
that charge. On account of the low state In
which his wife now lies It was thought best
to adjourn his case over until Monday lifl.tt,
and he was placed under $(i00 bonds nnd
committed to jail to nwnlt said trial.
TIip boy Tucker, of Post district notoriety
was brought up before Judge Everts and
sentenced to the Heform School dining the
remainder of bis minority. Ashe Is now
fifteen it Is hoped he. will take the six years
nltottoJ to him to Improve his character
and become at 21 more of 11 man than bo
has proved himself n boy.
On Saturday evening Mr. Cole, book
keeper in the insurance olllco of M. J.
Francisco, In this village, met with a quite
n severe fall from which lie is Mill suffer
ing. Jt seems that he was in company
with Messrs. Chas. O. Kstey of jhg vil
lage, Present t of Hratllcboro, and one or
two other gentlemen, at the Hales House,
nm! that on coming down tin steps leading
to the entrance on the street, Mr. Colo
turned on his heel to speak to one of the
party. Ills foot tinned suddenly on the
iron stairway and be lost his balance. In
striving to catch hold of the railing bis foot
turned completely over and be was thrown
headlong against the wall and from there
to tlio bottom of the. stairs below. The
length of tlic full and the haul eub.stanco
which lie came In contact with were of a
nature to make the fall one of great dan-
ger, nnd It is fortunate the gentleman es
caped without a broken neck. As it Is lie
is badly bruised in .several places, nnd on
Sunday and Monday Miffciod considerably
from his wounds. One side of his faro and
the eye is badly cut and swollen, one of
his wrists sprained, to say nothing of a
finger, while both legs are inn bruised con
dition. Mr. Cole U able, however, to at
tend to business.
A Jnll Hruulior llm-uptiiri.-il.
Harrctt, one of the Heiuilngton jail
breakers was recaptured in Grafton, last
week, by sheriff Crofctt and is now lodged
in jail at Manchester. As the county
court is now in session at Manchester, the
probability is that lie will soon have 11
chance to make a trip to Windsor. No
tidings have yet been received from Lucas
or Covey who escaped at the tame time.
Terrlblii Droivillni; AfTulr.
A gentlemen who arrived In town Mon
day noon from Mnntpclicr gives us an ac
count of a disastrous drowning calamity,
which occurred in the town of Calais,
Borne ten or twelve miles from Montpelier,
on Sunday last, the particulars of which
bo far as heard from, are of a fearfully ca
lamitous nature, and if reports are true
the accident is one of the most fatal that
has occurred in the State for a long time.
It appears that a new and expensive boat
bad just been built nnd completed by par
ties residing in the villaga of Calais, and
arrangements were made for n iirand
launching of the same upon the pond near I
by, In which a large number of the citiwjns
entrusted themselves. They took their
wives and children, to tho number of fifteen
persons in all, and having filled the boat to
Its capacity, they proceeded to take a row
on the waters. Among the party were
some ten childicn, too young to assist in
the management of Hie craft, or do little
but enjoy the pleasures of the trip. Our
Informant states that Hie report was circu
lated nnd generally credited, from reliable
authority, that in some manner during Hie
row, Hie boat was capsl.cd and tho entire
party thrown Into the water ; that five of
the number, most of whom were young
children, sank to rise no more. Wo are
led to believe that the number may be ex
aggerated, although confirmed by parties
in Montpelier who have leceived news di
rect from the sccno of the disaster. The
depth of the pond, we believe, Is several
fathoms, and yet it seems that tho men of
tho party could have succeeded hi saving
the children from drowning. Wo hope
to bo able to give more particulars of the
affair soon, and that tho case may not be
of so terrible a nature as at first reported.
We find an account of the above affair
in tlio Troy Time of last evening, which
proves the truth of the report, and from
that we gleam the following particulars :
The names of those drowned aie Lafayette
Tcchoitt and wife, aged fifty years, and a
daughter aged five years; the widow of
Amasa McKnlght, aged about twenty-
eight, and Lydia, a daughter of W. E.
Tobey, aged fifteen. As many more were,
taken from the water In an unconscious
state, but were restored. All the bodies
except of Mr. Tcchoitt wcro recovered last
l'rlzc for flutter.
The Vermont Dairymen's Association,
through tho liberality of tho Prize Churn
Company, of Springfield, Art., who havo
for that purpose presented ono of their
celebrated Prlzo chums, of the capacity of
twenty-Hvo pounds, offer a Prize churn as
a premium for tho best lot of twenty-flvo
pounds of prints to bo made by a member
of said association, between Juno 1st and
Septemlicr 10th, and exhibited at tho Arcr
mont State Fair, at Hutland In September
next, tho prize to bo awarded by a commit'
tco of three, appointed -by President Hoot
each exhibitor to mako a statement lu de
tail, In writing, of tho breed, feed nnd
management of cows and process of maun
Too Much of a Fuse. Samuel Drew
of Nowark Caledonia county, set flro to a
thirty acre lot a week ago Sunday, and
the flro ran into the woods nnd over a vast
tract of timber lands owned by the Lyn
don Lumber Company, doing damago
which Mr, Drow Is neither able or willing
to pay for,
THE" RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE
Population of lltilland County.
The following Is the population of Rut.
land County by towns 1
3,540 .( 1,418;
80J P 1 720
8.m , 1,334
. COO C30
. 419 DS3
Mendou ....I. .'.n ou j-40
Mlddletown..;.!! 111 'lift
Mt. Holly.,.,...., 1.B82 1,404'
Mi. Tabor ,.. 5 801, tJ
I'nwlet..i,i,.,,,, 1,503. IBM
l'lttsncld., .499 4TS
I'lttsford),., 4.1SI MM
Sliorhurno .....w l4CS
Shrewsbury.,.;.. l,l t.ooi
nimuuijr ...,. 111 -v
Tlnmoutu.rMi... ra N
WUIlngrord,..,.. 2.0S3 1.8JI
Wells 1... 713 I4
West Haven 493 431
89,123 83,327 0,900 40,470 182
"I.urRC llecolpts of Cut tic.
Over 800 head of cattlo were unloaded
at the Cold IHvcr cattlo yards opposite
Hejlgws Falls on Saturday and Sunday.
One train was Texas cattle, alt In the best
of order, the balanco worp from Chicago.
They were shipped to Boston on Monday.
Iliiprovfitl Slock Itcllli,
C. Horace Hubbard of Springfield, Vt.,
has iccently snbl fpj-thc Improvement of
dairy stock, to N, I. Sttsrnii, Lebanon, Jf.
II., short-horn bull caf Eurnka Lad, and
to Vt, N. Way, ltocklngham, yt o sort--horn
bull calf, at $75 each,
Dennis Smith, a native and Ufo-long
resident of Hutland, died' nt the residence
of his son, Grove L. Smith. In West Itul-
land, on Monday morning, after a severe
illness of several months, of dropsy, In the
81lli year of his age.
.Mr, RUIltll was a ucsccHiiaiu 01 one 01
tlio oldest famlios of )P town. His
grandfather, Capt. John Smlll, fino to
Itutland at an early day, and settled mar
what Is now known as Smlthtown, in Hie
West Parish, purchasing MOO acre.s of
land running to the Ira line, nnd east to
a point near Centre Itutland. He died nt
an advanced age, leaving tills large landed
estate, now so valuable, to his childicn.
He was one of the compeers of Lilian
Allen !i) H.'P fitly struggles of Vermont
for an independent oMstonoo, iR nan
live pons, Silas, Daniel, Joel, John and
Elijah, and a daughter, Sarah, who mar-
lied Dan Giddlngs.
Dennis was the oldest son of Elijah
Smith, wiio lived and died near the old
homestead. Elijah Smith left eight chil
dren, Charlotte, Dennis, Silas, Elijah,
Phabe, Chun, Mohala and Marin.
The subject of this notice had lived on
the farm where he spent his last days for
river sixty years. Here lie bad known the
joys and coin forts of a farmer's life, sur
rounded by nrfectlnii&to and dutiful chil
dren. Mr. Smith was a man of intelli
gence and a good farmer. He was known
to a large iminlvrof tho people of Itutland,
and was widely esteemed. Ho was among
the oldest subscribers of the Itutland
M'ieUi Herald, having been a reader of It
for more than half a century. Mr. Smith
had four children, Charlotte, tlie wife of
Amos Cruppeiii Hellcn, the wife of AV. II.
II. Scribncr of Castleton; Augusta, the
first wife of J). G. Chattcrton; and Grove
L. Smith, Esq. Only his son and .Airs.
Croppen survive him. Jl wlfs died seve
ral years ago. He lived lu Hie family of
his son Grove L., on the old homestead,
receiving dutiful attention from them, and
at ids dea'h was surrounded by those who
had so kindly eared for him these many
years. He has been a vigorous man until
his last distressing illncse and after eighty
,-cars of age done service In the field and
about the farm, which few younger men
Wluilhor Co ii illy Court rrocccilIiig.
Hie AVootUtork 1'oU thus describes a
attse tiled lu tho AVlndsor County court.
It says Hie case of "Hosea D. Oilson of
Chester vs. Ostium Ellison and 11, McCar.
was tried. Tills was an action for ns.
sault. It seems that one morning In Feb
ruary, 1872, McCarty and Gilson had some
words about an unimportant matter at Gas
Rets' station in Chester, which ended by
MtCarty's getting on tho war path and
reaching" for Gilson, who was riding on
a load of wood, whereupon Gilson fibbed
on McCarty's nob and sent him to grass.
Then McCarty meditated, and In tlio af
ternoon of Hie same day got Ellison as a
reinforcement and again moved upon Gil-
son's works ho being then aboard another
load of wood and between them gained a
In reporting another case in which the
purchase of a vicious horse resulted in in
jury to the plnt'ft for which ho sued the
plaintiff. The Post says he tumbled In be
tween the horse Tind wagon, upon which
was a load of corn, when the horse ran
away, bruising him somewhat, which
bruises resulted, as he claimed, lu the par
alyzing of n small patch of his person in the
legion of Hie ribs. In relation to the par
alysis several learned medical men were
called upon to testify and disagreed fright
fully, some saying that the paralysis, was
there and others declaring tltat In the nn-
turo of things It couldn t be there and in
fact was not there and Intimating strong
symptoms of humbug.
Among the arrivals at tho Ilardwell
House, Juno 10th, were the following:
HonT AV Park, North Ilennlngton ; Hon
AP Lvman, Hennlngton ; AV H Klngsley,
Elizabeth, N J ; AValtcr Taylor and wife,
Hellows Falls ; Mrs. Corscn, Miss Chester,
Miss Cook, Mr Cook, Middletown; AVm T
Haven, New York ; A Dcmmlng, Hochcs-
tcr, NY; II Howes nnd wife, Ilennlngton:
E C Wheeler, lloston ; Miss Soluce, llrld-
port ; C Iticliardsou, lloston ; I AV Ennis,
Albany; E II Putnam, Ilennlngton j SM
Vrcdcnberg, New York ; John II Langdon
Castleton ; P A Miller, Ogdensburg ; J Y
O Ilruse, Troy, NY; (ill Fuller, Albany;
II AV Maghcn, Illnghamton ; A Pease,
Alox S Andrus, Thrco Itlvcrs ! () Graham
C Zast, St Paul ; O F Thompson, Hev N
Mlghlll, Hrattleboro ; Hev L Grout, AVest
Hrattleporo ; Levi Price, Kocklngliain
AV II Day nnd wife. Boston; G A Hall
N II Ames, AVhltehall.
ui uuuuuu, iiuiiu io, uy u. it. juurBiniii, r.nij.,
Itobcrt M. Jones to Miss Jano ltobcrls, both of
WIUUVIIIU. i )
In West Itutland, Juno loth, Dennis Hnilth,
jvil., in ins emu year
Funeral at tho Congregational Church, In
West llutland, to-day (Tuesday) at two o'clock
In Middletown, Juno nth, Angellne, wife of
A, W. Uray, aged 69 yearn,
Tho Co-partnership of Cramton a- saisbubv
Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All
mils duo the firm will bo collected by .lohn W.
Cramton, and he will pay all bills duo from
.1. W. CI1AMTON.
J. A. SALSUL'ltV.
Itutland, Juno lctli, 1S73.
X 3 cent9 per bottle, nnd every Bottlk
makes tin oalloxS of splendid Deer.
k. it.nn k co.
"XSfATEK NOTICE. Hy the net of the
it Legislator of Vermont, no one has any
right to use any water from Itutland ndqucduct
after the soth of June, of each nnd ccry wet,
unless they havn a permit from tho water commissioners-
Wo shall meet for lhat purpose, at
tho store of 8. o. Stalky k Co., from 7 o'clock
r. St., on tho 20th and 2lst Inst. All thoso want
ing waters will tako duo notice and govern
JAM KB llAltAETT,
Itutland, Juno 14, 1873. JlOld"
p T . 11 A It N U M ,
OIIKAT KXCITKMIINT-OVKlt H.OOtil'IIKSKNT
dry and dusty, nnd If we had not visited rciin's
NO. 1!), CENTIlE STIJEET,
llcrnldlluildlng. where (he best and coolest
gun.. inui nnuju, mj niiuuiu iiu.c Hiiiii'ri'll-
res, his ROda.H relreshlng nnd ho recommends
It. Thr lent in ti,i;i. Tiy It, Jtcmcmber the
place, No. 13 Centre Mrief, Rutland, y f
T. FKXN CO.
I'or ffB of Appetite, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Depression of spirits and General nobility, In
tlielr various forms, I'erro-riiosphorated laixlr
ofCallsaya mado by Caswki.u Hazard & t'o.,
Bipw yon.-, anil sow uy ail druggists, Is tho best
tonic, As,ihlniiilanl tnnlo for natlonts reeov.
erliijr from fever or ohcr slckpeso, It has no
equal. If tnkoii during the censon tl prevents
icier and ague nnd oilier Inleimlttent rovers.
7 (C Agents' profits per week.
I VJVy Wlllinmo It i,r rnrr.-li t?ji
New nrtleles Just patented. Samples sent free
to all. Address W1. II. ClllDKSTKll, 207 llroad-
way, .fow 1 ork, Juiicn dw4w
-OMvIN0 OLASSr Malonr female,
Ti JfiOO a week lruar.mleed. llesnprinidi,
employment at home, day or cloning; no capi
tal required; full Instructions and wditablo
packaguot goods sent nop by mall. Address,
with six cent return stamp, .V, yiil'xu & vu
173 Greenwich street, N. V, Juiiel7dwlw
on THOUSAND IX PltESS.
'I'uo Thousand mnrn l.iu,
Agents wanted for "Our Livingstone 2S venrs
In Afilcn."otcr ono pages, only f'.wi. Incom
plete nnd Inferior works nro ollered; lookout
lor them, send for circulars nnd sii unwir nf
in" uiinuuai ii,i-i;l j lll"Ku;isi.m, I'lH'M'l uom
linos., ViiblMiMs, lloston, .Mass,
liiuiuii maul ti, iiutliei! 1IUO.
IHKB TO HOOK AGENTS. An ele
J. gaully bound Canvassing llook for tho
best nnd cheapest Family lllblo eer published,
will bo sent free ot any charge to any book
agent. It contains out Coutlne Scilpturo Illus
trations, and agents nro meeting with unprece
dented success. Address, stating experience,
etc., nnd wu will show yon w hat our ngcnls are
doing. NATIONAL 1T1ILIS1IINO CO., l'hlla-
di'ip iin, i a. juneii uv4w
"YTEVEIt NEGLECT A COUGH. Nntli--Ls
Ing is moro certain to lay the foundation
for futuiu eU consequences.
AVELI.S' CAHHOLIC TA11LETS
re a sure euro for nil diseases of thu A'csnlrn.
lory Organs, Sore Throat, Colds, Croup, Dlpli-
llll.rlil Awtlitnn I'ntnrrl, ItiuiKu.o.w. I
if tip) Thjoar, windpipe, or' llronehfal Tubes,
ui tin unviii's in liiu i.i,ngs.
In nil cases of sudden r.olil. lwmnu.t' tnt-iMi.
tlicsu Tablets should bo promptly nnd freely
used. Tlmy equalize thu circulation of the
blood, mitigate tho severity of the attack, and
will, In n Miy short time, restore healthy action
to tho affected organs.
WollV Carbolic Tablets nio put up only In
bluobows. Take nosubstltutes. Itlheyeuu't
bo found at your druggist's, send at onco to the
igum in ;c'w ion., wno win ronvard tnein ny
i t urn mall.
non i do deceived by imitations.
Sold by druggists, price 2S cents a box
JOHN (J. KUI. I.diKi, is I'latt St., New York.
Send for Circular, solo Aeent for the United
PEH CENT. NET. The Iowa
lian ond Trust Comnanv will Invest
money on llrst-class Ileal l'.suuu nt 10 per cent.
nueii-M, nei, pujuuie sciui-uuuuauy in .New
Voik, nnd will guarantee the collection of all
loans mado through Its agency. All charges
paid by thu borrower, l'lenso write, before In-
esiing, lor .ew iorKnn(i.ew Kngiana reier
nccs. and full particulars. Samcei. mkiumm..
(Into Governor of Iowa,) President. Address
.i,jii-,t i. iiKAiii i j-,1.1., .-ecreinry, urawer 10,
lies Moines, Iowa, Junelf dwiw
g M. 1IIXHY fc CO.'S
TWO GRMS FOH HOUSEHOLD USE.
III.VBV'S FKKSCII I.AUSI1IIV I1I.VK.
IHXUV'S llEST SllOK IlLACKIKfl.
Junel7 dw4v NKW YOIIK.
rjlHK GltJJAT SOUTH AMEIUCAN
JUKUUEHA ULOOI) PUItlFJElt.
Is thu most powerful cleanser, strenc-theiici'
and remover of Glandular Obstructions known
to Materia Medloa.
Tl lu knr.pl ii llv niMnlr.il In nmit.t It n M.niu il tt-.n-ti
down " and debilitated by tho vv.irni weather of
rtpringnnu Miinmer, when mo niooii is noi in
active circulation, consequently gathering Im
purities from sluggishness nnd Imperfect action
of tho seerctlvo organs, and Is manifested by
Tumors, Kruptton.s, litotclies, Ilolls, pustules,
Kerotula, sc., Ac.
When weary and languid from overwork, and
dullness, drowsiness and Inertia tako tho place
ot energy and vigor, tho system needs n tonic
to build It un nnd he n tho Vital Forces to re
gain their cupcratlvo power.
in urn iieui oi nummer, irequeiuiy. ino i.iver
nnd Spleen do not properly perform (heir func
tions; tho Utcrltio and Urinary Organs nro In
active, producing weakness of ihe stomach and
Intestines nnd u predisposition to blltous de
rangement. Dlt. WELLS'
EXTRACT OF JUItUHEllA
Is prepared directly from tho South American
Want, and Is peculiarly suited to nil theso dim
cullies: It will clcnnso tho Vitiated lllood
strengthen tho I.ire-Glvlng Powers, nnd remove
an Obstructions irom
lUI'AIKEII AMI F.Nl KKlll.Kll OKUANS,
It should bo freelv taken, as Jurubeba Is iim-
nounecd by medical writers tho most clllclent
l'urlllcr, Tonic and Deobstrucnt known In the
whole rango nt medicinal tilnnts.
.luuis i. ii-.i.i.uuu, is riiuiBireei, isew vorK.
Hold by Druggists. Hole Agent for the United
males. Price ono Dollar per llottle. Send for
circular. luiiolf uw4vv
fllffO HHILLIANT HOOKS FOlt Can
X vassers and Salesmen I Ilrvnnls ' Llbrarv
ot Poetry and Song," and .Miss lleecher's " New
uouseKceiKT's iuauuui," noin honing lasi una
far. Inclusive Territory: liberal terms. J. II.
FOKI) X CO., New York, lloston, Chicago und
stloot.d nml Choc's.
II O O T S A N I)
SHO E S
All new, for Summer vv cur. To bo sold In
alliens ot llutland County,
YOU CAN SAArE FIVE DOLLAltS 1
In shoeing your wholo family at the lloot and
Biioc i-aniHiriuiii, i '
NO. 0, lNDON'S 1II.OCK,
Merchants' How, ono of tho best lloot and Shoj
stores in iiuiiniiu.
OA 1.1. AND SEK roll VOlHisUI.VKS,
maiMdtvvlf O, W, CUIIIIlKIt
nillLDHENS' CAHUIAGES, HOYS'
J Dump Carts, waggons and w heelbarrowi
F. FI5NN & CO'8,
OICTURE FRAMING -DONE AVITH
X. Neatness and taste,, and ut reasonable
prices, rsuino iivvt Biiuueauiuui myjesjusire,
K. N. MEIlttlAM'S
' .'. ill a i , - ' t:: -t
Special to the flLonit,
A Furious Storm.
Kkf.sk, N. H., Juno HI,
A fearful shower of hall and rain passed
over Kecne this afternoon at four oclock,
Pain came In perfect torrents for twenty
minutes, the wind blowing- frightfully,
causing some considerable damage. Large
elms, over 100 years old, wcro taken up by
Hie roots and chimneys blown down. In
some parts of the village hall could be
taken up by handsful. Dust Hew In per.
feet clouds, so It was Impossible for people
to be on the streets. p.
THF SMUTTY NOSE MU I! 1)1) US,
Ttii: nt i a i, of vai;m:ii.
Airmen, Me., June 10
The examination of Wagner, on trial for
minder, is concluded. The cross-examl-
nation failed to shake his statement or ills
compass him in the least. The trial con
tinues to excite great Interest and attract a
largo hiimbpr of fjppcjiitopi.
Terrible Murders m Xcw York.
Nkw Yoitk-, June 10.
Two terilble murders, ono a mortal stab,
Ing caso, and. )iumunug otlie.r Clmc,s, Weic
rcpoitcd Sunday. Francis Glllen, aged
twenty-three, stabbed his wife, Ellen, aged
nineteen, four times In tho breast, killing
her Instantly, nt lh(ilr IjOtujp n (Jfosby
street last nisbt, AVlnm mrusted ho said,
" I stabbed hor bueauso sho wouldn't live
witli me." Dining n drunken brawl In
Pntilek Hilgho's East Houston street sa
loon, last night, Ed. Klrtland, a runian
plunged to the hilt a long knife in the
breast of James Dtiffcy n laborer, aged
twenty-three, Dtiffey throw tip hi npns
and uxclaimi.d 'i 1 nmdone for,1' and fell
dead, Tlio murderer escaped. James Cur
tain, while drunk, abused his younc wife
at No, yl Oak street, when her brother
John, aged sixteen and supposed to be an
idiot, brained him with an axe. He will
die. Mrs. Ciirrcn of Newark. N. J.. woke
up yesterday to And herself sleeping with
a corpse, her companion Catherine, wife of
a jail bird, haying died dining tho night.
Tht'i'i'Jw ero three children In bed with them.
Pins Denslnger, a stone-cutter, of Newark,
cut his wife's throat from car to car last
night. She leaves six children. Michael
Thomas, a German aged forty-two, a book-
s-eller, No. OS Avenue C, put a bullet
through his head yesterday. Cause do.
pression of spirits.
Fearful Accident nt Glen's Falls.
Gi.ks's F.U.I.S, June 10.
Two men named Hucklcy, father nnd
son, were frightfully scalded while at work
In the paper mill Saturday evening. They
were engaged lu packing straw into ono ot
tho boilers, when Hip flrpman Jet Hip steam
on lu answer to a call from tlio engineer,
and the steam pipe leading to the boiler
not being closed, the two men were nearly
ousted alive. The father is dead and
caves a large family. Tho son may live
nit can never fully recover from the ef
fects of the accident.
Funeral of Minister Orr.
Coi.pmiiia, S. C, June 10.
The remains of Minister Orr, arrived here
at 3 o'clock on Sunday afternoon, nnd nt
the depot were met by the committee ap
pointed by the government. At the Mason
1c fraternity of tills city, the United States
olllcers stationed at the post and a large
concourse of citizens. The remains were
escorted tn the State House, which was
draped, and placed hi the Hall of Itepte.
sentatlves, where the body now lies upon
a magnificent eatafalgttc. Immense throngs
of people have viewed the body.
Ottawa, Out., June 10.
J. N. Gibbs has been sworn in as a mem
ber of the Privy Council and Postmaster
General. Hon, Alex. Cambcll, cx-post.
master General, has been appointed to tho
niieiiu of Minister of the Interor. It is
definitely ascertained that Mr. Mason of
I'd i choline will be Minister of Militia.
tiik l'oi.Aitis itKi'oirr.
Navv Yuiik, June 10.
A Washington dispatch says Hie olllcial
statement if tho commission that exam
ined tho lescucd ciow of the Polaris will
take the form of a report to tho President.
It is expected ii will bo ready for publica
tion AVcdneslmy morning.
THE MEXICAN llOUDKI!.
flic Mexican border investigating; com
mittee have returned to that city to pre
pare their report, They have been en
gaged constantly tinco January 10th, and
have heard evidence in four hundred cases,
and have received In addition 13,000 ex
parte allldavlts. Several women and chil
dren who had escaped from the Indians ap
peared beforo-tho commission and told the
story of their terrible sufferings, Tlio
Cainanchcs aro said to be mainly engaged
lu the business of stealing tho children and
women of white settlers, while tho Klckn
poos and LIpans, and Mexicans difguiucd
as such, chiefly conllno themselves to cat
tle stealing. The raids of these people aro
so frequent that stock joining within two
hundred miles of the Rio Grande has been
OAI.I.ED UPON Ml!. FISH,
Messrs. Robb and Savage, commissioners
appointed to enquire Into the depredations
In Rio Graudo had an Interview with tho
Secretary of Stato this morning, und re
luted to him the result of their mission.
The Search for the Polaris.
AVabiunuton, Juno 10,
Commodore Green has been ordered to
command the vessel to be despatched In
search of tho Polaris, with Llcut.-comm
ding while ns executive- officer. Tho com-
manifery Is engaged In making selections of
vessels suitablb for Artlo navigation and
efforts are being mado to start the expedi
tion early In July. Tho Junlta Is taklug
out her guns nnd provisioning for her
voyago of Inquiry and may leave the last
'of this week,
Foiitiiess Mcniioe, July 18tlll
The Norwegian bark Asto, tiom Ha
vana for Havre, arrived In tho roads to.
day with yellow fever on lioard. One man
filed on the passage, Tho captain and three
meri havo the fever, but aro convalescing.
From New A'ork.
Nr.w Yorik, June 10.
Hon. Joseph liri'ak for many years the
president of the Massachusetts Horticultu
ral Society, died at llrlghton, Mass., on
Saturday, aged 7P. Hon, Mocs Hates an
ex-Editor and a prominent Democratic
politician died nt East Hridgevvnter, Mass.,
Chns, Hogart, a member of tlii-'StockEv-
change, U dead.
It is supposed the tie was placed on the
Norwich and AVorccster Railroad on Sun
day by parties whose object was to plun
der the wrecks. In addition tothevewnrd
of $1,000 offered by citizens of Norwich,
the superintendent of tlio road oilers ifi00
for conviction of tho criminal,
COI.OItF.D ODD TKLLOWH.
The colored Odd Fellows of Haltlmoic
celebrated their sixteenth anniversary to
day with a grand parade making a very
ANorlIKU MTUETIA UOIKIIA.
A dispatch from Decatour, III., gives the
confession ot another female and whole
sale poisoner whose crimes extended
through a number of years ending by her
accidentally svvalowlng a poisonous
draught piepared for her son. The
poisoner Is named Mrs. Hook, and her vic
tims, nine In number, were her husband,
daughter and seven other persons all tela'
Hves or connection by lbarrlngc.
inixnv ciiNiicii r.onnKt).
The vestry of Trinity church was robled
by burglars ast night of fovcral books.
Thu poor boxes wcro cnlpticd and some
clerlc.il lobes carried off.
oil.i.r.s, un; win: Mfiinntni:.
Two of the stabs Inflicted hy Glllen
upon his wife went completely through
hcrhcait, and another through her liver.
Glllen wan sent to the tombs by the Coro
ner. IIK.VIH.V ASSAULT,
During n broil In lirooklyn last night
Edward Kernau was knocked down and
kicked lu n most brutal and fatal manner.
The assailants escaped. Subsequently,
however, one of them, Edward II. Palmer,
was arrested. The keeper of the saloon
was arrested on charge of lol.Ulng the ex
TlK KlIAilKKV TIUAl. IIIH NKW .11 liV I. AW
Two Jurors w ero obtained In tlio Sharkey
trial up to half past twelve--Newman, a
merchant, and Coleman, a carpenter. Slnco
tlio Court of Appeals decisive decision on
Hie constitutionality of the now jury law
providing for Intelligent jurors, delivered
by Judge Grover.lhc criminal lawyers have
abandoned all further efforts to break It
down or override it.
IIIC Rll.Vlik'F.Y CASK.
The first panel In Hie the Sharkey case was
exhausted at the tho tenth juror, this after
noon. A new panel was ordered, and tho
Two valuable horses were burned in a
stable at Fleetwood Park, Sunday, one in
training, belonging toCliailcs Robinson, of
Dutchess county. Fire incendiary.
Dion Iloucicault lias begun a suit against
the proprietor of AVood's Museum, for
J10,000 damages for infringement of the
copyright of "The Octoroon."
Tlio dlstrirt conforpnep of tlio Methodist
church formally opened to-day at St.
Luke's church, Hishop Janes presiding.
Tills is the flint district conference ever
held. Permission to bold local confer
ences was first granted last session of the
New A'ork East conference.
,V row boat containing seven men was
run down by steamer Harlem in East river
last night. All saved except George Hen
rey, aged 2:).
Joseph Mai tin is sentenced to stato pris
on one year on ilea of guilty of manslaugh
ter In third degree in killing Hernard Mill.
the old steamer "Kell- an-lviilr ex
ploded her boiler this morning when loaded
wilii passengers from Elizabethport and
other landings on the kills. The entire
boat was tilled with steamand gie.U alarm
was manifested, but the passengess were
all taken off uninjured by the ferry boat.
Thomas Hunt A'caul but little damaged,
THE EAST lltVEtl llltlllOE.
Tlio Comptroller of lirooklyn, to-day,
notified Hie Hoard of Aldermen that he
complies with their lato resolution not to
Issue any more city bonds for the East
River Hridge, until nil the other sub.scrip-
Hons mo paid up, that the directors of the
btidgu company will bo unable to get
further Installments from private stock
holders, and w ork w ill be obliged to stop.
A largo meeting of representatives of
various religious denominations was held
lu Elizabeth, N. J., to initiate steps to
have the law prohibiting Sunday travel
replaced on the statuto books.
Another illicit distillery was seized in tho
iffth ward, lirooklyn, to-day, without any
The National Division, Sons of Temper
ance, will hold their tvvcnty-nlnth annual
session hero on AVedncsday, Juno 18th,
Representatives will lio present from all
tho States, and Canada.
Nasiivii.i.e, Tcnn., June 10,
Thirty-two Interments from cholera re
ported since Saturday. A largo per
ccntage of thoso attacked hayo recovered
The deaths wcro nearly nil colored people
Memphis. Tcnn., Juno 10.
The weather Is very unavoidable for
tho health of tho city, as during the night
the mercury fell twelve degrees and to
day was rainy and hot. Nineteen Inter-
mcnts to-day of which llfteen died o
cholera and cholera infantum. The City
Council this afternoon passed nn ordinance
establishing a Hoard of Health,
Xcwh Censorship nt Havana.
Kev vVebt, Juno 10
Despatches received by steamer from
Havana stato that censorship,, over now
telegrams la maintained with unremitting
Despatches from New York to Havana
press wcro suppressed last week and there
Is great rotnplalnt. Leading republicans
have sent a telegram to the government ut
Madrid, icmonstratliig agatust the conduct
of lorn I nuthorltlcs and demanding speedy
modification If not abolition of the niles of
censorships, the rigid enforcement of which
they deem to be unnecessary nnd Intoler
able. A favorable leply Is expected from
the home government.
Xnted Counterfeiter Arrested.
Ciiicaoo, June 10.
Special 1 1 luxury agent Ilalley nriestcd,
at Spilngfleld, ill., last night, one of the
most troublesome of the counterfeiting nnd
forging fraternity, one Men 111, alias
Moore, atins Morris, nnd probably other
aliases. On his person were found blank
drafts on the First National Hank of Mem
phis, National Hank of Grand Rapids,
Michigan, nnd two or three National Hanks
ii Vermont, Ho nlso had n letter of crcd
t, doubtless forged, from a banking house
pi Utlca, K Y.
Nr.w Yoiik, June 10.
A Philadelphia dispatch says Caleb Had
dock and Frank Yost, two lads weic
drowned Saturday while bathing In the
A Family Murdered.
IlEi.FASr, Mo., June la
Almou Gordon and his wile and child
were fount" r.u:deied In their bedsatTborn
kike, eighteen miles from here this morn
ing. Maine .Politics.
New Yoisk, June 10.
Col. James M. Stono will probably be
the Republican candidate for Governor of
New Yoiik, June 1(1.
Tlio initiatory exercises of tho Ehnlra
Female Col lego began l.ut night with an
address before tho Christian Association by
llAiiiromi, June 10,
Timothy Ilulburt, long a pvondiient iron
manufacturer In Winidcil, cut his throat
with a ra?,or oil Saturday night, and died
Sunday inorning. Depression of mind,and
In consequence of III health, wns the
The Thorndike Murder.
Hei.e.vst, Me., June 10.
Tho following additional particulars of
the Thorndiko murder has tiecn received :
John Gordon, a man of 70 j cars of age,
had recently conveyed to his son
Almou M., his farm taking a moitgage
for life for the support of himself und
wife. The other son John T., was ills
satisfied with the arrangement nnd prob.
ably thought that by tho death of his
brother nnd family tho properly would
fall to him,
This is tho only motive thus far assigned.
t the time of Hie murder the old people
were absent on a visit. The inmates of the
house weru tlio murdered man. Alnion M.,
aged 2."! ; Emma, bis wife, aged 22, their
children, Ira 11., aged 0, a little girl aged 17
months, Anna aged 0, and John T, tho
brother and a Idled man. About !1 a. ni.,
the latter was wakened bv shrieks of tho
little boy and be immediately discovered
tho house was on flic, lie Informed the
neighbors and tho flames were extinguished
without much damage.
The bodies of the father mother and
nfant, who occupied the same, room weic
soon found mangled, and so scorched as to
bo hardly recognizable. Tlio little boy
who slept in a crib in the samo room, was
severely wounded but may survive.
The bloody deed was evidently committed
with an ax winch was found on the pre
mises, Tho brother, John T., was son ar
rested. He is 23 years of age, a farm la
borer, nnd unmarried. Ho maintained a
sullen indifference, refusing to answer any
questions, but saying tli.it nt the proper
time ho will defend himself.
JVfW Vorli Sliiilt mill ill ii 111'- .Tlurltut.
New Voi;k, Juno 10.
tlold oiieneil nt now, fell to no, rallied lo
110X. fell to 1134", rud closed at ILViolLVi.
Tho decline ias caused by rumors from Wash
ington of a further currency contraction.
Iians were mado from 1 to 4 per cent fur enr
ylntr. Clearings at tho gold eMhanse bunk lo-d.iy,
Treasury disbursements $3.r.9,coo, of which
$50,000 was Interest on 1 ho balance redemption
The Customs receipts were $313,0X1.
Oovernment bonds dull and steady.
Htato bonds arc very quiet.
Money was easy at SQOpercent., closing at 3
Sterling exchange at "MVh; bhoit at 10,3
Stocks opened at about Saturday's latest and
remained steady pretty much all day, and
closed very dull.
The following nro tlio quotations :
u. s. cs'slicg US',
u. s. cs 'bl coupon. 122
l'. s. 5-20S '02 reg..no
II. S. 5-20S '02coup.no,,
U. S 5-20S 'lUcoup.lIO',
II. S. 5-203 '0.1 0ld..llIJ
U. S.B-20S'05 HOW. 119,',
It. S. 6-20S '07 121
II. S, 5-20S 'OS 120
l'. s. 5s new lit
U.S. 10-403 reg...,112,',
U. 8. 10-40SCOUpoU.113i5
Currency ts 114',
do. preferred. 84
biu .t Cln S7
N.J. Central., ,. oo'i
Itock Island lw
Mil. ti St. Paul 52
do. preferred... 72
T. W. ti W 07,
do. prtferied.. so
Foit Wayne tax
Alton and Terro
jiciawaro ana iiuu-
hon Canal US
Consolidated Coal M
l'acltto Malt 4il
Adams Express... wk
Wells, cargo co. b2
United States Ex
New York Central
11.11. It 101!,
do preferred.'.,. 72
do. preferred. .133
Michigan Central.. 89
Union l'acino it).
Lake Shore A Mich
do. nreferrcd. .. 40
Chicago S Alton.. lotl,
110. nreierrcu. ..him
Ohio .t Mississippi. 38
IleL.Uck. & Wt'bt.lOftjtf
lloston, Hartford i:
C. C. & Indiana
C. II. .V o 105
Hannibal & St. Jo
Union IMcir.c 61
Missouri 03 5
St. Joseph Mjf
La. as new 40
lveu cs 40
Ala. 63 su
(la.Os , 78
Norm Carolina cs. 20'
do. now. 151..
South Carolina cs.. to'
no. now, id
Exchange, long... 101?:
Ilio, bhort nu
JS'utv York Proiluco .Murkci.
New Yoiik, Juno 16.
Cotton Is ac higher with very moderate do
m and nnd moro doing for speculation. Sales
017 bales, at 20 vo for Midland Unlands.
Vunm, llecelpts 14,003 bbls. The market is
dull and bent y and 50S1U lower. Sales 15,300
bbls., ut $5,i5rj5.ci) for superllno Western nnd
statu; jo.20.-io.ci for common to good Extra
Western and stato s $o.c.VrS7.40 for good to cholco
do : $7.40 m 9.40 for common to choice white
wheat western extra; $4.5039.40 for common to
good extra Ohio, $o,sOirjll.O) for common 10
cholco extra St. Imls, Including sales fl.ooo
bbls extra western to arrive at JCto. Sales of
7,000 bbls extra Stato ut $0,056,75 delivered, thu
market closing dull.
Kvk Flock Market dull. Sales SCO bbls,
Cohn Mmi Oulet. Riles of 70S bbls. nt $3.30
8.S5 for Jersey s $3.30 for Calorlos tj.cns.os
wiusKKr. MarKCi i3Bieauy, isau-a auu uun ui-
lUAT.-ttecelpts 801,375 bush, Tlio Market
Was steadier Without decided change In price,
with fair demand. Offerings aro scarcely so
large, sales lso.ooo bush, at fi.sc for rejected
springs tl.471.49 for Northwestern springs
$1421 43 for No. sands spring mixed s tl 4u
1 43 ror Mllwauea spring: i,4 jor No s Chicago r
i,G,2l.M for No. I Mllv.nukces ll.e3 for vfln
ter red Western ; tl.eo for Canada clubln bond s
I1,JS(S1,S3 for white westerns 1 for No. 1
MMUWU )Ulet '0f "talC ttnJ WeStPr.n'
. Corn. Tteccipts S59.3C0 bushels omned
dun and lW. Sales tw
07 for new mixed Western, chiefly mSS
for lair to oooo steamer do 6S13W ror choice do
05 now yellow western. u
Iiarlet. Dull nnd unchanged In price bar
ley malt moro dull, sales 6,900 bush or sir
round stato private tierces. '
Oats. llecelpts 134,130 bush. Market Is heavr
Sales 62,000 bushels, 'at 40542 tot nc"m!Jcd
"fterns 447 for white western j T 4A342
for black western : - M for white stale :
- ot "e mixed (State I - fcr cholco vvnlto
luv null and heavy nt toqa. for prima
ping. ' tm2 ,or Kooa " ! for s P-gjf-'inlet
and steady. 1972 quoted at 30
Rn!'rIiiInmI,;7-Vrkct ""J1 nna lowcr- "hemlock
dii i ' s Ayrcs' ?nu 1110 Grande, light, mld
do ?-.'c,?Vr "'elffhts nt SHKrjSO California
uo.. s.msj Orinoco do. t;2S.
VV OOI- Mnt-Vr., (omil-H.i . .
fn?.Ki,?01110' "AM for stato and Ohlos
i,i.Vr..u?l"c,t!! -s- for mixed llcece: - for
TriVirV M.V.wi ""ornla clip soc.
hairs to'iTiSIkf1 9n'et and steady. Sales 0,000
oags. 1110 Is quoted at 17191.',
goo'iTiinlng.r,:'t "nttt'-WWforfalr to
MOLASSk'fl. Afnrbt. 1 n . .
J:?isSK for Cfli?S!nr, S3 ."
0,V(57. Kim iiniiguon
n't ifJ??.c?,"rT1"!, mrket Is dull and lower
nt 8!(59v ,01. crud0 anu ,9 f renned.
nt T7K(t,nrk(!,L nrmer' Sales joo ' bbls
at ju.oora for new mess: tl3.78 for extra
prime: lS.7iVril7 60 for prime mess.
nKir.-(julet. Hales 70 bbls at j(ail.2S for
plain messJ12,00.-r18 for extra do ! beet haiSS
very nulet nt 1201332; Western and Texas
tlerrafiTOf nominal at tlfl2l s cut meats quiet
at ll,V(?t3: hams 7.V-(ri8c: Minuiiinr mirt.nr.
request nnd a steadier.
on state 2.VS.21) ; fair to prlmo new grass yellow
stato tarmac; western dull nnd fully lower.
CMUKse. ljuiet at H (i is for fair to fancy
new .state factory.
I)- the C'nlilc,
1'Aiii.s, June Id, it a, M.-Tientostcf.toe.
1'kanki'oiit, .lttno 10, u a. m.-Uonds 84 for la
sue of '02
roxnas, June 10, u a m Consols, money 92:.
account 92,'i, liouds ess old, 112 : 07s. 2. :
UMtts, SS i new Bs, so 1, ; Erie 60 V.
I.iv F.nro.ot, June 10. 11 a m Cotton opened
steady. Hpland-iH'ridv!. Orleans S.V(V. Sales
12,000 bales, of which 700.) were American.
Ilreadstutl.s heavy. California vvhent, nvcrago
lis lid : corn, two mixed, 20s ml ; sales of cotton
shipped from j-avannah or Charleston, dcllver
balo In June, s"4 j Pork cas.
n A. 1'AltKIIUHST & CO.,
Uxtonslve Dealers. In
l'OIIKir.X "AND DOMESTIC! DliV flOOD.S,
.Mid a complete assortment of
NOTIONS AND SMALL WAKES,
S3 MCltCIIANTS' HOW, HUTLAND, VT
Vvctakw pleasure In Informing tho tradtasr
Public that It Is our aim to keep the best select
ed stock of tiouds tn our lino to bo fouud In the
muie. no uru cou.siaiuiy repieulslUUL' our
Sh'-'lves with tho principal Stople Novelties of
thu Season, nuking our Establishment ths
11K.S1- ior jour lnierest 1
t Irom which to purchase
your iiitv tiuons,
Wo have the Ilest Ilargaliis In
D I! K S S OOO D S,
II E A U T I F IT L SILK S.
An extensive assortment of
For Men and Hoys' wear.
KIDS at ll.oo, ii.2. ujo, $1.75 Per Pair.
Call for Ihe JACQUELINE COItSET Iiest fitting
Ourpilces are sure to give satisfaction.
C. A. PAllKIIUItsT li CO.,
ItING GOODS. SPHING GOODS.
Wlah to say to the nubile that thev luv, nnv
oiien for liis)t'etlon the best Hue of Hprlng
noons i ney ev er onereu. 1
HOSIEItY, ni.ovi, if.,
An elegant lino oi
SILK AND WOOL POl'I.lNS,
IIUTTElllCK'S CELEllltATED PATTEItNS
Cul and examine our new line of goods.
Yours respect fully,
KINSMAN & ItOSS,
mj ld3m No. 3 Merchants' ltow, itutland.
N'T 11 K DKOIVKD.
Hut call at ItOSS',
NO. fl MERCHANTS HOW,
If you want n pair of Hoots or Shoes, and get tho
best pair for tho money that you ever had.
if j on don't believe It, cafl and tve will con-
e shall bo pleased to see you If you do not
buy. So lust blop In and examine our stock be
foie purchasing eslevvhere,
N. H.-OU11 STOCK OF GOODS
AUK UNTIMELY NKW,
W. K. ItOSS.
June 13, d ly.
A SI'I.KNDID LOT OF NEW HltAID
1 INO DESIIINS, wiul ALPHAIIETS, pjst re-
K. N. MKItWAM'S.
CATALOGUE OF PAl'EH
kJ PATEItNS for ladles' and Chlldrcns1
ments, Just received ut
K. N. JIKIllt'AMU
qiHE HESTBHIHT8 1 KVEU HAD.'
X This Is what they say of
E. N, MERltlAM'S PEItFECT KITTINC1 BII1HTH
' ' i-iij long clear at sue:
nnd ino boxes short clear at 8c.
I.Aiin.-ljird weak. Sales M0 tierces at s.
for western steam : .c for kettlo rendered,
nlso sales 1,000 tierces July, 9 3-10; j.500 August.
U'irn 1-10: MM .Sebtember. u u.in