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THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1873.
flic lm gnity &Mt.
FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1873.
Altlltr.ll, AND UKPAHTlllK OF TRAINS.
TRAINS AIIBIVE AT IICTLAND.
From Hollows Falls, 1:40 & t:20 a. in., 2:!0 &
Tsiao p. in.
1 Ilurllngton 12:40 & '11:32 a. m., 12:W c tiiOO
I'ort Henry. '11:31 n. m
Bennington, tl!:0S p. in., 18:20 & 9:25p.
Saratoga, '11:49 n. tn., 9:04 p. m.
Salem, 1:40 K 18:30 a. m., 13:40 & " 1:55 p. in.
TRAINS LEAVE RUTLAND,
For Uellows Falls, 12:60 t4:30 a. m., ':! tfcOO
Burlington, 1:41 t5:40 a. in., '8:30 4 5:05 p.
Tort Henry, 5:05 p.m.
Benulngton, 13:00 9:30 n. in., & t:25 p. in.
Saratoga, c:0o a. m., '3:50 p. m.
Salem, 2:10 Ic t9:0fl a. m '1:00 s t5:00 p. n.
'.Malt Train tMlxeif.
Harlem Extension way, 9.05 n. m., anil 2.00 p. in.
Eastern way, 11.40 n. m.
Troy way, i!.40 p. m.
Troy, 12.40 p. m., 8.80 p. m., and 9.80 p. m.
Albany, 12.40 p. m., 3.S0 p. m., and 9.80 p. m.
Boston, 11.40 a. m., and 9.30 p. rn.
Canada, 1.15 p. m.
Northern way, 2.00 p. m.
B.vllngton, 8.00 p. m. and 9.30 p. in.
sa-atoga way, s.su p. m.
Ne v York, 3.80 p. m. and 9.30 p. m.
Coi.noctlcut ltlver way, 9.30 p. m.
Woodstock way, (Stage) 1.00 p. m.
Chlttenacn, ( rucsaays anu oaiuruaysi j.wf p. ui.
Stockbrldgo (stage), 1:00 p. m.
Harlem Kxtonslon way, 9.85 p. m.
Kastcrn way, 2.20 p. m.
Troy way, 4.55 p. in.
Troy, 1.40 a. in., 11.45 a. m. and 4.55 p. ru
Albany, 11.45 n. ra 4.55 and 9.10 p. rn.
lioston, 1,40 a. m. and 2.20 p. m.
Canadas, 12.40 a. m.
Northern way, 11.82 a. m.
Ilurllngton, 12.40 and 11.32 a. m.
Saratoga way, 11.45 a. in.
New York, 11.45 a. m. and 4.55 p. m.
Connecticut ltlver way, 8.45 p. in.
Woodstock way, (stage) 11.65 a. m.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays and Saturdays) 10.30 a.m.
Srnckhrlrtim fstacrc). 12:30 II. m.
nr-Mails will be Dromotlr closed at the srjecl-
flced hour: all letters deposited In the street
uoxeswm uu tunutivu u, o.tti uuu u.wtuui.i
13.10, 1.30, J.on and last collection for all nlgnt
malls, at 9.00 p. m. All letters deposited In the
Letter Box at the Depot will be collected by
llouto Agents nvo minutes previous to tho de
parture ot each mall train
Pint Vage The Soldiers Itcuiilon ;
Factory Point ; West Rutland.
Second Page. Editorials ; Terrible Sun
set Scene on the Prairies ; Revenue Frauds;
Notorious Counterfeiters Arrested ; Racing
Notes j County News; Interesting Mis
cellaneous and Local Ncwsj Weekly
Third Page. Locals ; Reunion Notes ;
Fireman's Muster at Bennington ; How
They do It In Urandon ; Marriages and
Deaths ; Latest Telegraphic News.
Fourth Page. A Mountain Memory by
Rev. Robert Collycr An Interesting and
RUTLAND AND VICINITY.
The sun sets to-night at 7:27 ; rises at
Tho monthly meeting of Killington
Steamer Company, No. 3, will be held this
(Friday) evening, at 7:30.
Hon. Horace Fairbanks of St. Johns
bury, was at the Bates House yesterday.
The BulTum Block, on Merchant's Row,
Is receiving a new tin roof.
Ex-Governor Geo. W. Hcndee of Mor
risvlllc, member of Congress from tho
Third District, was in town yesterday,
looking as usual, hale and hearty.
Jcnncss Richardson, son of Mark Rich
ardson, about sixteen years of age, re
ceived an ugly wound in the left hand, on
yesterday morning, while using a plane at
the carpenter's bench, his knlfo being
placed with tho point up directly behind
tho plane, and as ho brought tho plane
back he received tho point in the ball of
his hand, piercing it to the bone. The
young man fainted dead away, but was
soon brought to his senses and his wound
Tho horse of Mr. Joseph H. Guy, who
resides on Washington street, was missing
yesterday morning from his usual place be
hind the bars. It was plain that he could
not have got out alone, and was seen there
at eleven o'clock tho night before. After
Bcourlng the country around the horse was
found In tho grove behind Gov. Page's resi
dence, where he had been put about 4
o'clock by somo one who had used him for
their own benefit.
It Is rumored, but not officially an
nounced, that the prizes at the Bo nnlngton
muster will be as follows : First prize,
$300; second prize, $200; third prize,
$100. Wo trust our Rutland firemen will
bo on tho alert to win tho first prize.
The irrepresslblo Dave Oncy was over to
Castlcton on Wednesday, and contrived to
be on one of his periodical drunks. While
In that cxhillaratlng condition he put in an
appearance at Lako Bomosecn, whero a
party were enjoying themselves as de
scribed In another column, and made him
self so obnoxious that Sheriff Smith took
charge of him. Ho was brought before the
tribunal of justice at Castleton, and fined a
certain sum for intoxication. Being short
of the amount ot the fine to tho amount of
$1.60, he made out a note for the same,
payable to himself, and came home. On
yesterday the "minions of tho law" realiz
ing the wording of tho noto, came for the
signer and acknowledged they wcro "taken
in and dono for." Wo bclicvo the matter
was settled finally, but tho sell was a good
A party of expert fishermen, from Mer
chants Row, went over to Cold River yes
terday, for a days vacation at their favor
ite amusement. They carried with them all
the "lndispensablcs" generally expected
necessary on such a voyage, especially a
largo lot of baskets in which to bring back
their weight of fish. They arrived last
evening, but tho water fowls were scarce,
whllo everything they carried away had
disappeared. Tho fish oro undoubtedly few
In number in that stream, or tho experts
would havo secured them.
Ex-Governor John Gregory Smith and
Hon. T. W. Turk, wero at tho Grand Union
Hotel, Saratoga, yesterday.
Hon. F. E. Woodbrldgc is at tho Fifth
Avenue Hotel, New York.
Nino years ago to-day gold In New York
Prof. E. II. Hlgley of Middlebury Col
lego, Is spending his vacation out of town
City boarders are rapidly gathering at
James Smalley, an old man of infirm
bcalth, of Sheldon, whllo working In the
hay field Monday last dropped to tho ground
dead. He was mowing, when suddenly ho
stopped, placed his hand on his breast and
said "My heart," and Immediately fell to
Two children of a Mr. Brown of Berlin,
opposite Montpcllcr, dlod .suddenly the past
week. They caught cold from playing In
the water, and the dlpthcrla attacked them.
One died on Friday and tho other on Sun.
Tho company who are organizing In
Danby for the soldiers reunion, has already
leached the number of thirty and many
more will be added to tho list.
At Ilurllngton comrado F. S. Francis of
Post Stannard has tho roll In chargo for re
cruiting tho veterans of that city for tho
reunion and a goodly number havo already
enlisted. An additional rollis loft with O.
1$. Ferguson at tho Van Ness House.
The Central Vermont havo agreed to car
ry nil tho bandsjtliat attend the reunion over
their road free of charge and It is probablo
that the other corporations will do tho same.
Somo ten or n dozen brass bands will bo
hero at that time Including all tho best or
ganizations of that kind In tho state, which
will make music in nbundanco and of tho
rousing, warlike kind.
All tho old soldiers should lead tho nr
ticlo on the reunion which we copy this
morning from the Montpcllcr Frerman, to
bo found on the first page.
Hoy Killed. On yesterday (Thursday)
morning a boy named James IQuigley was
killed at the Evergreen Slate quarry In
Hydcvllle. Tho hamo strap on the derrick
broke, which threw the Bvvccp around,
striking the boy three times on the head
and breast, killing him almost Instantly.
Tho boy was 15 years old ; his parents
reside at Eagle quarry. His brother, .1. W.
Qulglcv, is a marblo worker at Fnlrliavcn.
How Tiikt Do It in Brandos. A cor
respondent says, ns ho was going down
town tho other afternoon, ho saw a poor
fellow endeavoring to walk straight, but in
vain ; he made very crooked paths for his
feet. Tho next ho saw of him two men
were pulling him out of the back window
of an eating saloon on Center street. He
was drawn onto two boards and there left
to the tender mercies of the Hies that had
gathered where slops from the sink hole In
sido was thrown out, where lie lay for
hours In a helpless stato of intoxication.
The cruelties of tho rum fiend and his co
laborers are past finding out.
Singular Cause. Messrs. Watcrhousc
& Dcnch at Manchester, have had to sus
pend their factory business on account of
the loss of their mill-dam, which was un
dermined by mud-turtle, who were ob
served to ho working at it n short time be
fore it gave way
TiieBkaiiTiiappkks. The Durritt broth
ers of Manchester caught another bear on
Friday last. Tills makes the forty-ninth
which they have captured nnd all nearly in
tho samo place. On Friday of each of tho
last three weeks, they have been able to
take a bear. This, too, is done without
bait of any kind, which makes their suc
cess in bear catching all the more remark
able. It appears that the bears in ramb
ling about the woods have certain stopping
places, where each one leaves his mark by
scratching or gnawing the tree. Several of
these stations have become known to the
Burritts, so they place n policeman on the
watch, and when once tho culprits are ar
rested no bribe can secure their release or
stay their punishment.
Tlio Fireman'N .Hutlcr nt llclllllllg
tou. Tho people of Bennington are on the
alert In reference to the fireman's muster
on the 16th of August. They have in mind
a good timo and a crowd of people. At
the recent meeting they appointed efficient
committees as will be seen from the fol
On Nominations. J. Halscy Cushman,
Frank C. White, Thomas White, Olney
Fuller, C. A. Phillips, G. II. Harwood.
Soliciting Committee. 3. V. Carney, A.
P. Childs,Oincy Fullcr.Tliomas J. Tiffany,
Lewis Gates, William Kelso, Charles Sears,
G. S. Chandler, Edmund C. Houghton, J.
Executive Committee. J. V. Carney,
Charles Benton, A. B. Volentine, Ralph
Goldsmith, E. C. Houghton, T. J. Tiffany,
Frank C. White.
Tho following arc some of the officers of
tho day nominated by the committee.
Hon. Trcnor W. Park.
VICE PRESIDENTS :
Hon. Luther R. Graves,
Hon. Charles E. Houghton.
L. F. Abbott.
Auditing Committee. Thomas A. Hutch-
Ins, John T. Shurtllff. Joseph C. Norton.
Young meu' Chrlktinn Aovoclulioit
The following resolutions were adopted
tho regular meeting of tho Rutland
Young Men's Christian Association, Mon
day evening, July 21, 1873 :
Resolved, That tho members ot Rutland Young
Men's Christian Association tender to tho Itev,
J.a.Johnson.thelrslncero thanks for the very in
structive anniversary sermon preached at Ills
church Sunday evening, July 20th, expressing
so much ot christian sympathy and encourage
ment to our members, and disclaiming every
thing llko rivalry between Its work nnd the
Rtiohed, That wo ask tor a copy ot the sermon
Retolved, That wo tender tho hearty thanks of
this association to Mr. Franx Rommertz, who
so kindly assisted us by singing on tho occa
sion ot our anniversary exercises at the Con
gregational church, on Sabbath evening last.
Rimlvid, That wo recognize tho nsslstanco
rendered by Prof. o. A. Mltzcke, and tho mem
bers of tho Congregational choir In tho excel
lent music furnished for our anniversary ex
ercises, and tender them our grateful acknowl
edgements. Runaway Accident. On Sunday last,
as Mr. Haskcl Martin and wife, of Spring
field, Mass., and a little son of Julius
Knowlton, wcro riding in Brandon, near
tho residence of S. L. Goodell, the thills
dropped, letting tho wagon on to the horse,
which ran down tlio hill and overturned
tho buggy. Mrs. Martin was thrown into
n duck pond and suffered a severe sprain
of the foot. Tho others escaped unhurt.
Among the arrivals at the Bardwell
House, July 24th, aro tho following!
Joseph Brcnan and wlfo and daughter, A
Benur, E W Cadwcll and wife, J Smith,
New York; L O Obcr, J Tcnan, S Caugh
lan, T Caughlan, B Clark, T E Whiting,
E T Hornblower, E F Chllds, Geo R Has
ting, Boston; J W Butts, Providence, R Ij
A II Keith, S S Beaman, M Blanchard, E
Ryan, St Albans j W E Doty, London,
Canada: Thos Livingston, Hartford, Conn.i
Wm ChaBO, I W Vclsc, Troy, NYj S Laf-
kin, Wakefield, Mass.j Joseph Chllds,
New Lebanon i F A Wilder and wife, Ben
nlngtonj OW Smith, S Collins, Colches.
tcr, Vt. M Pease, OPcoso, Mlchleani S
P Simonds, Albany! Geo II Goygo, Chica
go D W Paul, St Louis y S II Fuller, Al-
banyj Wlllard Snell, Brooklyn) A G
Clark, Factory Point j William Cronan,
Plttsford i Rey O B Hurllicrt, Bennington
F A Nash, Brattlcboro ; J E Rolph, Now
burgh, N Y Geo E Hail, Cleveland ; R
Bitton, Newark, Ohio; O F Rowell,
Kc'cnc, N II ; Wm Watson, Wilmington,
Del Miss Raynor, Wlllmlugton, Del ; L
Williams, Geo L Kolnlck, Plttsficld, Mass.
Allen & Drew, 27 Merchants' Row, are
agents for the Elm City Shirt. Shirts cut
nnd mado to order, Clothing, Hats, Caps,
Trunks and Bags.
DKNNISOITS PATENT shirPtNO TAGS.
Over 900 millions tiara been used within tho
Sast ten years, without complaint of loss by tag
ecomlng detached. AU Express Companies
uso them. Sold by Printers and stationers
GLOBE rArKIt CO. RUTLAND,
Junc23dwfttt Wholesale Agents.
For Loss of Appetite, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
,va mado bv
New York, and sold b
iv all drueelsts. is tho best
tonic. As a stimulant tonic for patients recov.
crlng from fever or other sickness. It has no
equal. If taken during tho season it prevents
fotcrnndnguo nnd other Intermittent fevers.
Agents for tlio Cllobo.
II. L. Stllson. Ilennlngton.
11. 1". Morgan, Walllngford.
Herbert Smith, Factory Point.
II. S. Hard, Arlington.
M. li. Kcllcy, south Walllngford.
c. c. Pierce. East clarendon.
E. J. Carpenter, llrattloboro.
ulbbs Ac Co., Urandon.
Dennlson Hrothers, Plttsford.
W. M. Day, Mlddlohury.
ltutus Holt, Plttsnold.
J. 1). Culver, Hydcvllle.
T. K. Ilorton, Clarendon.
1). P. Peabody, Fltuford.
Allien CO., .Middlebury.
II. E. Spencer, Hutlicrland Palls.
J. N. Haskell, Falrhnven.
A. I.. Kellogg, Castleton.
C. .1. flllmore, West Rutland.
I Johnson, West Pawlet.
W.S. llassett, Mlddletown.
James nice, Pawlet.
II K. Parmonter, Mochanlcsvlllo.
1). ilorton. Mount Holly.
W. W. Illbbard, Poultticy.
P. Holton, Danby 4 Corners.
William Pierce. Danby
H. A. Carter, Benson.
W. II. Hull, Wells.
O. F. Woods, llellows Falls.
P. II. llobblns, Chester.
K. It. Allen, East Walllngford.
Sherman Hrothers. Ludlow.
In Castleton, July 24, by Rov. L II. Stone,
Carlos 8. Sherman, Esq., and Clara M., daughter
of tho ofllclottng clergyman.
In llenson. July It, M. Fadden, aged 72 years.
In Hlncsburgb, July 13, John Patch, aged n
years, 9 monthH and in days.
In Urandon, July 2f, of apoplexy, M. Memo,
aged ; years.
in ituuanu,4uiy xi. rreuenct u., auu ui il
11am Eayres, aged 7 years.
In Clarendon, Clinics P. Otis, aged 27 years.
In llvileUlle. .lulv 21
aged 23 years and 0 months. Montpeller papers
In Rutland, July 13, Julia A. wlfo of Truman
ralge, aged 23 years.
In Rutland, July 10, Frederick Ouy, sonot
Samuel T. and Mary J. Hubbard, aged 7 years
and 2 months.
iiiumaH .ii. ituuiwL'ii,
(groceries awl grovisrttm.
CLOSING OUT SALE
Of a stock of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
DOMESTIC DRY 0001)8,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
CROCKERY, (H.AS3WARE, &C, 4C,
U A H C -O M M K N ! E D .
Will avail themselves of tho opportunity which
It rrords to replenish their stock of household
IV Every article Is sold at eost or less.
PI.EASK OA I.I. ASI) I.EAltN PRICES.
G. W. CHAPLIN, Jr.,
No. 9, MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND.
& T. CADEN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealors In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED FRUITS, PICKLES, &0.,
AND FANCY GOODS.
Also, Donlors In
DRY (iOODS, SHAWLS, DRESS OOODS,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, c, tc.
An assortment ot
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Constantly on hand.
AGENTS FOR MAIi STEAMERS TO AND
t-DRAKT8 FOR ANY AMOUNT ON THE
RANKS OF ENGLAND, IRELAND. SCOTLAND
CORNER FREIGHT AND EVELYN STS.
1 8 5 7;.
OLD RED STORE.
anocKiuKs and piiovisions,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
mayltt Mkkciunts' Row,
T ON MARK E T,
All kinds of Meats,
Fruits la their seaum;
Fish, Vegutables nnd
Klngsley Bpraguo's Block,
mayldsm I '
T NO. 23 MERCHANTS ROW,
AM, KINDS Or GOODS
D O W N 1 1
3 lbs. HYSON TEA for 90 cents.
3 lbs. OOLONa TEA tor W conts.
8 lbs. YOUNO 1IY60N TEA for $1.00.
Valencia Raisins, 10 cents per lb.
layer Raisins, 13 cents per lb.
uuuana ana wcymouuiNai
Nallii- niiMerv. VIour.
deal and Grain, nnd a thousand things too nu
merous to mention, as long windy advertise
ments cost, which customers, Indirectly, have to
,. , JAMES E. GLYNN.
Rutland, Vt, Juno 1. unel d&wlm
Tho Saratoga Races.
Saratoga, July 24.
Largo crowds wcro present to witness
the races hero to-day. Tho weather was
beautiful and great excitement prevailed.
A large amount of money changed hands.
Five thousand pcoplo wcro on the grounds.
The first race for the Travis stakes of
one and three quarter miles for three year
olds, was tho irrcat and most Interesting
feature of the day, and lntcnso excitement
was manifested throughout the entire rare.
There wero scvcnty.nlne entries, of which
tho following started !
Mcrodac, Count D'Orsay, Sprlnghaok,
Tom Bowling, Yellow Craft, McCormick,
Wnvcrlcy nlul Freelance.
After much scoring and difficulty, a
start was made. Count D'Orsay did not
get away when the llajr fell, nnd was out
of the race from tho start. Tho race was
won by Tom Bowling. Time, !)i0.
Springback. a favorite, fell coming Into the
This was a sweepstakes for all ages, one
mile and a quarter. Four horses contested
the field. Strancho, tho second choice of
the crowd, won the race in 2:11, beating
the horse Joe Daniels a length.
Tlio third race was for Hush stakes, for
two year olds. A half mile. Eleven
horses were driven to start. The race was
won by Regardless, a field horse, in fifty
and ono half seconds.
At the off races to-morrow (Friday) af
ternoon, races which come off at Glen
Mitchell Pleasure and Driving Park, the
trotting will be mile heats, best three in
five to harness, for a purse of one bundled
dollars, for horses that have never beaten
2:42. Sixty-five dollars to the first, twenty-five
dollars to the second, and fifteen
dollars to the third. For this race tho fol
lowing entries havo been made:
John Murphy's b. g. Dave, 1). Jenkins'
b. m. Abbey, 1). Clunis' li. g. Sleepy Dick.
E. Willson's blk. s. Woodstock Prince,
Jus. McK's blk. g. Frank Page, Geo. In
galls' li. s. War llulett, and ('. Van Wag
ner's s. g. Silver Tail.
Prosecution of Kii-KIiix.
Washington, July 21.
A delegation of prominent South Caro
linians, headed by Hon. W.JD. Porter, Gen.
J. B. Kershaw and J. M. Sims, had an in
terview with Attorncy-Gcneral Williams
this forenoon, and urged that the further
prosecution of tlio ku-klux offenders in the
South bo discontinued, ns that organiza
tion was broken up and the cessation of
prosecutions would have a conciliatory
effect upon all classes In that section.
They also urged that those convicted nnd
now serving out terms of sentence lie par
doned. The attorney-general In reply bald
that instructions had already been issued to
stop prosecutions against ku-klux offend
ers, except in very aggravated cases, nnd
some of those convicted had already been
pardoned. It was tho policy of tho presi
dent to pardon them all, keeping the most
aggravated cases however until last.
A Spanish View.
Nr.w York, July 24.
Commandant C. Mannzcanos of the Span
ish frigate Arrapllcs now in tills port, stat
ed in an interview last night that tluee of
the vessels reported seized by the Carllsts
at Carthacena were not surpassed by any
ships alloat. They had undoubtedly been
surrendered through treachery, ho added.
The naval officers knew no factions, but
recognized the Hag of Spain nnd took their
orders from tho party in power, no matter
which it might be.
New York, July 24.
Advices from Africa say the English
burned the town of Elinlna on tho 14th of
June, on nccount of the inhabitants furnish
ing tho Ashantccs with arms and ammuni
tiou. The town of Cape Coast Is full of
refugee Fantees to tlio number of thirty
thousand, they bavin? been driven In by
tho Ashantecs, who now command the in
terior to within a mile of tho const.
Dysentery is quite prevalent among tlio
Britisli forces on nccount of the scarcity of
Washington, July 24.
MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION.
Tho ratification of tlio treaty extending
the duration of tho Mexican joint claims
commission havo been .exchanged, and tho
business of the commission will soon bo re.
Tho money duo tho officers ami men of
the United States schooner Beauregard for
tho capture of the schooner Lucy, and tho
cargo condemned in August, 1802, is about
to be distributed.
Senator Windom, chairman of tho Sen-
uto committee on transportation, just re
turned from a tour through New York
Albany, Troy, Boston, Montreal, Oswego,
Buffalo, Chicago and Milwaukee, for tlio
purposo of obtaining information in regard
to various transportation rates and other
Tlio Uddcrzook Murder.
Philadelphia, July 24
It appears from ovldeuce thus far ob.
tallied that Uddcrzook lett Baltimore with
$1,600, and was to meet Goss or Wilson in
Philadelphia, and give him tho money, and
see him on board of a steamer for Europe,
but rather than part with tho funds In
hand, ho took him to tho country and mur
dered him, pocketed tho money and re.
turned to Baltimore.
Washington, July 21.
For the Mlddlo and Eastern States, west
erly winds, Increased cloudiness and some
what higher temperature.
Troy, July 24.
Tlio Ex-Officers Association ltad a colla
tion at the Troy House. Toasts were
drank and speeches made. Gon. .1.
Owens of Philadelphia, having failed to ar
rive on Wednesday evening to deliver the
address, tho meeting was adjourned nnd
the ticket money returned.
At the meeting of tho Grand Encamp
ment to-day, Gen. Owens and Lieut. Gov
ernor J. C. Robinson, delivered spirited
addresses. To-morrow nn excursion wilt
bo made to Saratoga.
a daring leap.
Yesterday morning while nn excursion
boat from Troy was passing through the
raw of tlio upper bridge, at Troy, two
mug men leaped from the draw upon ono
f tho barges, a distance of twenty feet
and landed safely.
The fireman William E. Wilkes, who
was killed on Tuesday, took placo this af
ternoon from the residence of his mother.
Tho funeral was ono of the largest that has
taken place In this city for a long time.
Nearly tho entire firo department partici
pated. The procession marched to tho
music of an Albany band. The hearse was
rawn by the Road steamer team.
From 'ovr York.
New York, July 24.
Tho Mexican Federal District court of
Matamoras, has decided that the govern
ment has no right under the new tariff
aws to collect any duties upon goods im
ported Into tlio Zona Libre.
FIHR AT RONOOLT.
The Rondout paper mill of Schoonmakcr
& Lufcvor In Napanock, Wester county,
was destroyed by firo to-day. Loss, $20,.
000 ; Insurance, $13,000. The straw in
tho blench room took fire.
No cholera nt Cincinnati to-dny. Tlio
disease seems to havo disappeared from tho
interior of Kentucky. No deaths reported
from that section for six days.
The wood-work factory of A. M. Chase,
nt Old Field, Conn., was burned to-day
with all Its contents. Loss, $10,000, nnd
fully Insured? Wntson & Bishop's mnclilne
shop In the Rflmo building was also de
stroyed. Loss, $5.000 ; no insurance.
I'lie firo was accidental.
Extensive forest fires are raging on the
line of the Long Island railroad nnd near
Yapliauk and Lake Land Three acres of
woodland were burned over nnd a large
amount of valuable timber destroyed.
Fears are entertained that the fires will
spread to some of the farm-houses In the
GORED TO IlKATM.
Scotchman named Wm. Hill, gcd
seventy, was gored to deatli by n bull at
Scranton, Pa., to-day, Tho animal's horns
penetrated his side, tearing out his lungs.
Robert Ethrldge, chief clerk and acting
Dcputv Naval officer of tills port, died at
Frankfort, N. Y., on Tuesday, aged fifty
By tho Cable.
London, July 24.
Baron Wolvcrston died tills morning.
Greet damage was done to crops through
the western part of England yesterday by a
bcvcro thunder storm.
St. Petf.rsiidro, July 24.
DECREE OF THE KUAN.
Tho decree issued by the Khan totally
abolishing slavery throughout his domin
ions, provides that all persons held in bon
dage shall be made citizens and returned to
their native countries.
Madrid. July 24.
A collision between the inhabitants of
Valencia and the Republican troops in that
city is apprehended. Desertions from tho
government forces In Valencia continue.
Dtiilin, July 24.
The Orangemen of Armagh made a de
monstration yesterday In honor of the visit
of a number of delegates from Canadian
lodges. Fully five thousand persons parti
cipated. There was no disturbance.
Bayonne, July 24.
THE OARI.IST FACTION.
dvlces received hero from Carllst
sources states that tho minority in the Cor
tes intend to leavo Madrid and go to Car.
thagena, whero they purposo establishing a
separate government. They are endeavor
ing to Induce Scnor PI Margall to ac.
THE INSURGENTS INCREASE!!.
Advices from the same source state that
tho Insurgents at Carthagciia have enlisted
ten thousand men of different nationalities
in their eauso and Increased their forced
contribution upon tho inhabitants to $80,
000. Colonel Noza has left Madrid for the
purposo of fomenting an Insurrection In tho
Province of Jacn. His arrest has been or.
dcred by the government.
Nkw Yoiik, July 2-1.
Tho course of Commander Reed of tho
United States steamer Kansas lu conveying
tlio Virglnius out of Asplnwall meets with
general official approbation. They say the
fact that tho Virglnius landed man and
arms lu the Island of Cuba to aid the case
of tho Insurgents, docs not subject her to
being molested In a neutral port by a Span
ish gun boat.
Aluany, July 24.
James Burke was found dead lu his lied
nt his iMinrding liouso, to-day.
Tho stranger who was sclwd with sud
den Illness, on tho day boat, on Tuesday,
died at tlio City Hospital, of cerrebral apo
plexy. Tho St. Louis Bridge.
Sr. Louis, July 24.
Tho steamboat Interest of this city has
forwarded to tho proper authorities at
Washington a rcmonstranco against further
construction of tlio Illinois and St. Louis
bridse now building across tlio Mississippi
river. According to the original plan It
will lie a great obstruction tn navigation.
Duel In I'cim?)lvfliiln.
Scranton, July 21.
A Frenchman named Aublu of Wilkes.
barre, and a fellow-countryman from New
York, fought n duel with rapiers lu Donos
woods, near Wllksbarrc, on Tuesday morn
ing. Botli displayed great skill nnd fought
for over nn hour, when Atibln was wound
ed In tho side. Tlio cause of the fight was
n French lady. The affair Is not finished,
nnd will bo renewed as soon ns Aublu re
covers from his wound. Atibln has gono
to New York to an hospital. The affair
was quietly managed, very few knowing
anything nboqt it.
Tho Gordon Kidnapping Case.
Minnrai'olis, July 21.
A dispatch from Fort Garry dnted the
22d, says : The examination in the Gordon
kidnapping caso is concluded. Tlio rciult
Is tlio committal of all the prisoners. Flctch.
Merrlum, Bcntley, Hoy nnd Kcngan.
Tlio Indignation among tho friends of the
prisoners Is very great. Tho court con
vened to-day to hoar tlio decision of Judge
Bctouvncy. Mr. McKcnzto fur tho defenco
denied in toto the charge that he demanded
from the prisoners an additional fee of $2,000
before continuing tho case. He called up
on tho' prisoners to clear him from the
charges of extortion nnd blackmail. Tlio
arrangement, he said, by which ho had
been retained as counsel had been made
with counsel Taylor, and ho had acted
honestly. Judgo Bclourncy then com
mitted nil tho prisoners for trial nt the next
term of tlio Court of Queen's Bench in Oc
tober. The prisoners nsked Hint the follow
ing day bo set ns tlio time when application
to bo admitted to ball be made, which was
granted. During tho session Judge Bcl
ourncy stated that counsel Taylor had
made a satisfactorily explanation, and that
he was convinced no contempt of court was
Intended by the recent publication of his
card. Tlio court adjourned until to-morrow.
Arrangements have been mado by which
Mr. Bracket!, counsel for tho American
prisoners, has free access to his clients.
Tho military nt Fort Garry nre busy at
work on a stockade being built arond the
Now York Ntocli mm money market.
New York, July 24
Gold opened at HB'4', sold at 115f, closing at
115?;, and was quiet during tho afternoon.
Loans wero mado at : to 3 per cent.
Tho clearings at tho Ootd Exchange to-day
The Treasury disbursements to-day amount
ed to 1S4,000.
(lovernmcnt bonds were very steady all day
nt nominal prices.
State bonds wero very unlet with llttlu or no
change In prices.
Money opened easy nt 3,5.1 per cent., mostly.
Sterling dull at 9i.9',, for sixty dujs; sight
Stocks opened slightly abovo lust nights pri
ces but stronger on ilrst and second calls. The
market closed strong at highest prices of tho
day. Western Union advanced 1 per cent, and
Pacific Matl 3 per cent, on Improved prospects
of raising funds to meet accruing Indebtedness.
Erie advanced 1 per cent, but has ceased to be
the prominent feature.
Tho following are tho closing quotations :
U. S. cs '81 reg HSVi
U. S. os SI counon.lU-'
Chicago & North
U. S. 5-20s'i reg.,117
U. S. B-203 '61 COUp.117
U. S B-20s'04COUp.llTK
U. S. 6-20S '! old. .119',
U. S.8-20s'03 new.in;
U. S. B-20S ' 11S,'
U. 8. G-20VCS llSJi
bus Cln ss
N. .1. Central.... loi
I lock Island 110;
Mtl. & St. Paul 52
clo. nrererreu... 73 u
u. h. ris now 11BX
U. S. 10-403 KB.. ..MX
V. S. liMoscoupon.us.H
Currency 6s 114X
Delaware and Hud
son Canal ll-l,'.'
Consolidated Coal 64
T. W. & W 71,'J
do. preferred., so
Fort Wayne 3f
Alton and Terro
do. preferred... 34
Chicago Alton. .lOOJf
do. preferred... liox
Ohio & Mississippi. 39.V
uci.,l.acK. west. lw
C. C. & Indiana
do. preferred. 47
Paclllo Mall . BX
C 11. .CO 99
Hannibal A: St. Jo-
Adams Express... 94
Wells, Fargo A Co. 71
Central Paclllc.. ..loox
Union Pacinc 81K
United States Ex.
Tennessee ca so,v
uo. new. .
New York Central
tc ii. it. i: io4
Erie oi v
do preferred.... 71
do. preferred. .lso
Michigan Central.. 94
La. cs new
Union Paclllc 2S.-
do. S'S 47
uiko snoro s .men
Illinois Central.. ..1M
Cleveland s Pitts
do. 7's no
North Carolina cs. 27
do. new. 15
South Carolina 6s.. 2S
do. now. 14
Now York 1'roilnco Mnrkct.
New Yokk, July SI.
Cotton. lu better request. Therolssome
demand forspeculatlon. Sales chlelly ot low
grades at previous prices.
Klock. Receipts 7,743, bbls. Tho market
Is 5 to 10 cents lower on shipping grades.
Holders aro more disposed torealuo a fair trade
and thero Is n better demand at previous prices.
Sales ot 15.20J bbls. at tn 15S.5 40 for superllno
Western and State; ts.9530 30 for comiuon to
good Extra western and btatn j tc Sid I 20 for
good to choice, do; $7158 so for commonito
rhnlen white wheat western extra : SO 20tS 50
for.common to good extra Ohio ; f 0 65lo 75 for
common to chotce extra St.; Louis ; included
in sales nre d,uou oois mm nour ; mo market
Rye I'louk The market Is quiet nnd ea
sier. Sales of 40O bbls. at 14 JWI5 25.
Corn Mrai, Tho market Is In fair request
Whiskkt. Tho mniketlsn llnner and fair
ly active at 95tf9SWc.
Wheat. Receipts S2,ci4 bush. Tho market
owned a shade Ilrmer nnd closed dull with the
advance lost. Holders aro moro disposed to Ire
allie. Tho scarcity of freight room materi
ally checks export demand. Sales ot 131,000
bush ntll 003lt 29 for rejected spring; $1.31
tl 32 for No. s spring ; l 350(1 M for lown
Spring ; tl 45(tl 40 for No. 2 Milwaukee : 1 43X
for soft do ; tl C53tl 60 for whlto Western.
Ute Market quiet nnd llrm; buyers of Wes
tern at 780 ; sellers 80c.
Uaiilev. Tho market for barley and barley
tnnitiH nulet without decided clianire.
Corn. Receipts 29,870 bushels. Market
Is a shade Ilrmer with good export and
homo trade demand. Sales of 123,000
bush, at 62s55tf o (or steamer Western mixed ;
closing B8(369c for soli; 70t372o for whlto
Western ; tac59 for yellow Western ; 49g53 for
kiln dried ; 48(851 for heated.
Oats Receipts 29,960 bush. Market Is heavy
Sales ot 30,000 bushels at 42 (342XC for new
mixed western, market closing at Inside price.
40($.wc- xor new jur iviiiio we&ieru; -mtgtzuiur
Eaus. Market Arm at 21v2'ljo for Canada;
21(4230 for line western ; 23240 for Stato and
Hay The market Is quiet at (25(333 for prlmo
per ton ; 122021 tor good.
Hops The market Is quiet without decided
change In price.
CorrEE Market strong. Rto nt 18,VQ20e.
Total stock July 21th, 42,907 bags.
Sooaii. Market Is nrm. Sales or 3ST hhds.
si;. Stock lo.soo hhds, 48,985 boxes, 637,6CJ bags
Molasses. Market Is quiet and firm. Stock
23(9 hhds, and 600 bbls.
Rice Market Is steady at s9c. Sales ot
soo bags rangoorrat O'.'SO,','. Stock 24,300 bags.
PETROLEUM. 111U iuumi'1, lit uuu uv 1(917.
for crude ; IT for renned.
pobe. Market nnncr ; now mess $ll 259
117 37X ; clear tl8 50.
11EEK. Market dull.
IIeek Hams. Market quiet at 25(31c.
Tiukck J1EIP Inactive and nomlnslly un
changed. ' '
cot Meats. Market quiet; long cut
hams averaging 19 pounds, at lx; middles
steady ; long clear 90 ; Bhort clear ike.
Lard. Market steadier. Western Bteam on
spotand Julvnt 8,ic. -
Hotter. Market actlvo and firm at 84(4
800 for fair to prime stato i 10O23 for Western.
Cueesk. Market llrm with good Inquiry nt
18an,'o for fair to choice State factory.
ELKUY PLANTS From I'ctcr Hender
son ready on and after Juno S4th. Send In
your orders, cauiiugu omuis iur iui vrvii uj
tho hundred or thousand; also, Urccn Peas
ranAv ntinilf. JUlV lSt.
whlcn Is tho celebrated Amaranthas Salslfollus
IluniT lJiuuia, duiuuh
or Fountain riani, cou&uuiuy uu iiuuu.
QUetS, WrCUllia &v, 111UUU HI UIUCI,
rnaysdly Near Fair Grounds.
T"ATTY'H N A 11 0 It I'lOKLKB.
13 Crossa 6 Illackwell's Pickles, llalford's
Worcestershire Sauce, Nabob Sauce, In fact
nearly all kinds ot English Pickles can bo found
II W M A IIHfl A T.T.'M
jfiolflji mid Sintorj SJoorafi.
A It I) W ELL II O V S E .
J. II'. UHAMTON, Proprietor.
..The BAUD WELL HOUSE Is located Ol
me Dcrjot. ana has loner been favorably lcnown
to the traveling public. It lias been recently
Improved, now affording tlio best and most
ample accommodation to guests.
AUU 1AII1.IV Will UQ HUpptlCU W1U1 ail 1110
luxuries ot tho Season, and every attention will
be nald to tho comfort of lui rmtrnnq.
In tho future, as In the past, tho Proprietor In
tends to make It allrst-class House affording
all tho comforts ot a homo to tho traveler. The
public patronago is solicited.
A fiooi i.iv
on LlVEItY in connection with tho
Attentive l'OHTEHS will bo found at the De
pot on tho arrival of all trains.
JAKK DUNMOllK HOUSE,
E. I. HITCHCOCK, Puopiuetoh.
J. W. POUTER. Manager.
ThLs well known and popular Hotel, situated
on tho shores of Lake Dunmore, has been re
cently put In thorough repair. Several now
Cottagos have been built and newly furnished,
and will bo opened Juno 1st, for the reception of
boarders and tourists. may23dtf
qtHE EQUINOX HOUSE, Manchester,
X Vkkuont. Drawing room cars run through
without change, from New York to Manchester,
by 10:40 a m, train, via N. Y. Harlem railroad.
Passengers by Hudson river steamers, leaving
New York at p. m., connect at Troy with 8 a.
m. train, arriving at Manchester at 10,' a. m.
A train leaves Troy at o p. m. arriving at Man
chester nt 7W p. m.
Trains leavo Rutland for Manchester at 3 a.
m 9:30 a. m. nnd 2:25 p. in. On Sundays at 7:30
a. tn. Address
JylCd P. II. ORVIS.
F A Ii M E R S ' HOTEL,
FimouT Btrkt, - - RUTLAND, VT.
A FIRST CLASS
HEAT M A It K E T
IN 1IOTKI. llUILDINO.
J. E. JOHNSON. PnorMETOK.
j. w. pi s h Kirs;
NEW DINING ROOMS,
Central House Illock, Merchants' Row,
Warm Mealb served at all hours of tho day
and evening. mayldsm
NEW DINING HALL,
In rooms formerly occupied by J. W. Klsher
KINGSLEY SPRAOUE'S BLOCK,
RUTLAND, ----- VERMONT.
WARM MEALS SKKVKII AT ALL nODKS.
A L L I N G F O R D
A. HILL tc SON
W1U open on Monday, May 5th, the new
ill LUXURY ROOSI.1
Over their store, where will bo displayed an
elegant stock of Pattern Hats, Ribbons, Flow
era, Frames, Hats, Ac. New York Ooods at
Walllngford prices. Also .Mens' and Boys' Hats
Having enlarged nnd Improved our
We shall .open Jon tho same day, oar Spring
HENS'. SOYS' AMD CniLDHEMS' SUITS.
Can give a good business suit for 110, and we
have a good line of finer good. Elogant Coats
and Vests and Nobby Pants.sWe have rcmod
And can now offer a full stock of Ladles'.Mlsses
and Children's Shoes, Rubbers and Slip
pers; also. Men's and Hoys'
Hoots and Shoes.
We have anew lot of
C R O C K K R Y
To open ; also In stock, niasswaro. Hardware.
Gross Seed and Flour. Wo can give the best
GROCERIES AND FAMILY SUPPLIES.
como and get 8 lbs. ot tho best whlteSugar for
tl, and good Japan Tea for I cents. (N. B. We
have some not as good for 60 cents.) But wo
cannot give you a list of our goods or prices, so
you must can on us anu see ior yourselves.
A. HILL SON.
W A L L I N Q V O R I)
CJTEAM STONE CUTTER COMPANY,
Sole proprietors and manufacturers of tho
STONE CHANNELING OR QUARRYINO MA.
For cutting stone Into various sizes ndH
menslons IN ALL KINDS OF O.UAP.RIES.
oincE and suors,
JOHN W. CRAMTON, Prcs't,
GEORGE K. ROYCE, TreB.
CHARLES CLARK, KOC'y.
GEO. J. WARDWKLL, Supt.
pLUJiniNQ AND GAS FITTING,
COPPER AND SHEET ttON WORK.
Having leased rooms No. is, Merchants' Row,
In store with Hi 11. Dyer, I am prepared ta do
all work In my lino In a workmanlike manner
at reasonable rates.
PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING GOODS
supplied at tho lowest rates.
tr orders by mall promptly attended to.
S. D. JENNESS,
Rutland, May 29, 187.
Q. R O V K R & MAKER'S
NKW IMPROVED LOCK-STITCH
Makes the stitch alike on both sides. Light
running. Complete In attachments. For sale by
K. Ii, jH&IUUAJl,
J) R . FLINT'S '
A ORE AT MEDICAL DISCOVERY
I 3.' . ' .
Extract of Hoots nnd Herbs which nlniost in.
variably cure the following complaints.
Dyspepsia, Heart Burn, Liver Complaints and
Loss of apiietlto cured by tnklngn few bottles.
Lassitude, Low Spirits nnd Sinking Sensation
cured at once.
Eruptions, Pimples; Blotches and nil Impuri
ties o( tho blood, bursting through Iho skin or
otherwise, cured readily by following Iho direc
tions on the bottlo.
For Kidney, Bladder nnd Urinary derange
ments It has no equal j ono bottle wilt convince
tho most sceptical.
Worms expelled from the system without the
least dinicufly ; n few bottles are sufficient for
the most obstinate cases.
Plies, one bottlo has cured the most dlmcult
ease when all other remedies failed.
Nervous Difficulties, Neuralgia. Headache,
Ac, eased Immediately,
Rheumatism, Swelled Joints and nil Scrofula
Afflictions rcmorcd, or greatly relieved by this
Bronchitis, Cntarrh, Convulsions, and Hyster
ics cured or relieved. "JOK-I
DllTlcult Breathing, Pains In the lungs, Sldo
nnd Chest, almost Invariably cured by taking a
few bottlcs ol (juaker Bitters.
Femnlo Dinicullles so prevalent among Amer
ican ladles,) leld readily to this Invaluable med
icine, the Quaker Bitters.
Bullous, Remittent nnd Intermittent Fevers,
so prevalent In many parts ot our country, com
pletely eradicated by the use of tho Quaker Bit-
Tho Aged find In the (Juaker Bitters Just the
article they stand In need of In their declining
years, It quickens tho blood and cheers the
mind, and pave tho passage down the plan lu.
No ono can long remain unwell (unless afflict
ed with nn Incurable disease) inter taking a few
bottles of Quaker Bitters.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers In Medicine
Ttr Sold nt Wholesale and Retail by O. P.
WINO, Druggist, Rutland.
DR. H. S. FLINT & CO.,
At their Great Medical Depot, 195 and 197 Broad
Street, Providence, It. I. mchll Cm
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NEURALGIA. Sometimes, Instead of
attacking suddenly, It commences with a
slight heat or sense of Itching, or numbness,
which augments In severity more or less rapid
ly. Tho pain Increases from tlmo to time, until
your nerves seem to snap and crack, Jerk and
jump, and play all sorts ot pranks, from tho
top of your head to the tips of jour toes, the
demon shooting forth llko lightning along ono
unfortunato nerve, and now trying, to tlu an
other Into a thousand knots, then attempting to
make a bowstring of another, sometimes in the
region ot the heart, again in tho face, head,
neck, etc. Uso Dr. J. Briggs' Allevantor, and In
ft trice your neuralgia, with all his demons, will
be gone, nnd onco again 3011 may be happy.
Briggs' Remedies sold by F. Fenn .V. Co. und
others, and druggists generally.
BRONCHITIS Is n dry Inflammation
of tho membrane of the Bronchia, which
causes a constant Ueslro to expectorate, but
with all the efforts In scraping, coughing or
sneezing there Is no mucus to bo raised, and
tho difficulty Increasing until It becomes chron
lo; years of suffering nnd death may result
from thii neglect. Use Briggs' Throat and
Lung Healer. Briggs' Remedies sold by c.
Lewis and others.
CORNS Aro us useless to the commu
nity as mischief-making old maids, corner
loafers In large cities or ONhonest politicians;
no moro of a luxury than epsom salts or castor
oil. Briggs' corn and Bunion Remedies, Alle
viator and Curathe, eradicates corns, bunions,
and cures Ingrowing nails, Ac, Briggs' Reme
dies Bold by Paige A; Crooks, Geo. K. mates ami
PILES Aro n comiuon affection, then
being but. few persons who are not troubled
with them at some period of their life. The dis
ease exists in small tumors In the rectum or
about the arms, which aro divided Into Ilrst,
those which are owing to n distended stato of
tho clus of tho part. Nothing equals Briggs'
Pile Remedies for their cure, 111 Iggs' Remedies
sold by F. A. Morse, West Rutland, A. I. Kel.
logg, Castleton, unit dealers generally.
CORNS, Runlons, Had Nails, Ac, skill
fully treated by Dr. J. Briggs Co., at tho
great central Healing Institute, No. 087 Broad,
way, New York. , myiwsow
JJ R. DYER,
NO. 15 MERCHANTS' ROW,
Iron and Lend Pipe, Portablo and Stationary En.
glnes ; Rotary steam, Force and Cistern Pumps ;
Leather and Rubber Belting ; Rubber I lose and
Packing; Rubber Overcoats, Gloves and Mit
tens! steam and ater Gauges ; Water, steam
and Gas Fittings, and Fixtures, all kinds; Flax
nnd Houpstonc Packing; Cotton Waste, Plumb
STEAM, .WATER AND GAS FITTING,
Done at short notice, and at prices adapted lo
Rutland, May 1, 1373j myldtwit