Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Rutland daily globe. (Rutland, Vt.) 1873-1877, August 06, 1873, Image 3',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Vermont
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 0, 1873.
She Jutland gaily (Btobc.
AVKDNKSDAY, AUGUST 0, 18711.
AllltlVAl, AM) IIKPAItTI'ltl: OK TIUINS.
TKAINH AllltlVK AT HITI.ANP.
Krohi Hollows Fulls liW t9:20 a. in., '2:20 K
tSi3 p. in.
" llurllngtou 12:lo Arll:32 n. in., l2:M&t7:00
" l'ort Henry, "11:3 n, in
" llennlngtun, tl2:0i p. in., tS:2u .V "t:J p.
" Saratoga, Ml!45 n. in., 9:00 p. In.
" Salem, l!4n s ts-.M n. in., t8:40 4- M:.w p. in.
TRAINS LEAVE llt'Tl.tNU.
I'or bellows Falls, it-M k H:30u. In., "12:10 & f 15:00
" llurlliigton, 1:43 A-tnuon. lit., 2:3) A 6:0s p.
" l'orl Henry, ls:nn p. in.
" llcnnlngtou, 10:00 A; ':ao a. m., ts:!!s p. in.
" Saratoga, fcoo n. m A; :) p. in.
" Salem, 2:10 A t;oo n. in., 1:00 A- tfcoo p. m.
Mull Train tMlxeil.
Harlem Extension way, 9.m a. in., and a.oo p. m.
Kasternwnj, 11.40 a.m.
Troy way, 12.40 p. in.
Troy, 18.40 p. m., 3.30 p. in., and 9.30 p. in.
Albany, 12.40 p. in., 3.30 p. in., and 9.30 p. in.
Uoston, 11.40 a. in., and 9.30 p. in.
Canadas, 1.15 p. in.
orthern way, 2.00 p. m.
Darlington, i.oo p. in. and 9.30 p. in.
Sa-ntoga way, 3.30 p. in.
Ne v York-, 3.30 p. in. and 9.30 p. in.
1'or.nectlcut lllver way, 9.30 p. ni.
Woodstock way, (Stage) l.oo p. in.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays nnd .Saturdays) li.oo p. m,
Stockbrldge (stage), 1:00 p. m.
Harlem Extension way, .S5 p. 111.
Eastern way, 2.20 p. m. "
Troy way, 4.w p. m.
Troy, 1.40 a. in., 11.4,'. n. m. and 4.vs p. in
Albany, 11.43 a. in., 4..v and 9.10 p. in.
Uoston, 1.40 a. in. and 2.20 p. in.
Canadas, 12.40 a. in.
Northern way, lt.32 a. m.
Hurllngton, 12.40 and 11.32 a. m.
Saratoga way, 11.4.1 a. in.
New York, 11.45 a. m. and 4.M p. in.
Connecticut lttver way, 8.45 p. in.
Woodstock way, (stage) 11.55 a. in.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays and Saturdays) 10.30 a. in.
Stockbrldge (stage), 12:30 p. in.
Sf-.Mallswlll be promptly closed at the specl
flced hour; all letters ueiwslted In the street
boxes win be collected at 8.45 and 11.00 a. m.t
12.10, 1.30, a.05 and last collection for all night
malls, at 9.00 p. 111. All letters deposited In tho
letter llox nt the Depot will be collected by
ltoute Agents live minutes previous to the de
part lire or each mall train
to. dawn ur.om:.
First l'nge. Fishing Notes ; General
Notes ; Vermont News ; AA'ntering Place
Notes ; A Lelpsig Tragedy.
Second Page. Editorials ; Personal ;
Miscellany ; Probable. Suicide ; Ilcmark
alile Burial , Tough Hoy nnd a 'Wild Oat.
Third Page. Dashes Here aud There ;
Soldiers' Itcunlon and Notes ; lical Estate
Fourth Page. Sporting ; The Central
Pacific Placer ; The Yaluo of Yesterday j
Itolling 51111 Accident.
DASHES II EKE AXI) THERE.
The sun sets to-night nt 7.15; rises to
morrow morning nt 4.57.
Rutland Lodge of I. O. O. T. meets this
evening nt 7:30 nt Odd Fellows Hall, Gi.oiik
Jinny cases of cholera morbus are report,
ed in town, several as seriously ill. This
is just the weather for it. Tiie mornings
open cloudy and dull and when the sun
shines about mid-day the mercury goes up
to the nineties. Too much attention can
not bo paid to drains and cesspools about
the promises. Care should also be given
to clothing and diet during these weather
It will afford a tolerable Idea of the
amount of summer temperance drinks con
sumed in this village greater this year
than ever before to note that in June and
July A. AV. Hlggins, the druggist, took n
$1,000 for soda and mineral waters alone,
nt five cents per glass, nn average sale
of 330 glasses per day. This is the record
of tho largest fountain in town, but
the whole amount of these refreshing bev
erages can well be indicated from these
data. Iliggins has the new and novel gen
uine "Reunion" soda.
According to the town clerk's record six
couples embarked on the matrimonial sea,
in Rutland, In July.
The eighth birth-day of Master Guy, son
of Harley C. Tuttle, was made the occasion
yesterday of a gathering of about seventy
of his young friends, at the residence of
his father on the corner of Washington
and Court street. The young lads and
misses diverted themselves during the af
ternoon in various games nud sports. At
seven o'clock rich nnd varied refreshments
were served, which seemed to be greatly
enjoyed by the young people. In the even
ing tho grounds about Mr. Tuttle's residence
were brilliantly Illuminated with Chinese
lanterns, and the enjoyment of the party
went on more merrily until the seasonable
hour of nine o'clock, when they separated
with the universal remark of having had a
"good time." Tho occasion was ono of
rare Interest and will be long remembered
by Master Guy's young friends.
We hope our citizens, generally, will
prepare to Illuminate their residences on
the occasion of the torchlight procession,
to-morrow evening, as tho procession will
lie a grand affair and should 1)0 attended
with a brilliant display on tho part of the
village residents, Let every building shine
out resplendent and eclipse, if necessary,
the dazzling glitter of tho torches.
Geu. II. II. Baxter appeared last even
ing at the reunion camp, driving four-in-hand.
Rutland, Massachusetts, is valued at
$525,048, and her tax rate is $10 on a
thousand. Thero aro ten men paying over
$100 taxes, tho highest pays $208.
About $5,000 worth of tickets haye been
sold at Springfield, Mass., for tho excur
sion to Montreal and Quebec. It would
seem from this that such an excursion from
Rutland and Intermediate points toMontreal,
etc., would well repay Vermont railroads,
and give plcasuro to the people.
Wednesday of this week is the anniver
sary of tho transfiguration of our Lord.
Less than ono month of summer re
mains. Hon. T. W. Park and family arrived In
town last evening, anil are the guests of
Tho next three will lie good days for
A fishing party from Hartford, N. Y.,
aro camping out nt Lnko Bomoscen, Cas
tleton, and aro passing a pleasant week at
this famous fishing resort!
Hon. Luko P. Poland arrlvod last even
ing, and is stopping at the Hard well.
If you llko to laugh go and see Hern
tlon's Opera House company to-night at tho
Rutland Opera House,
Tho Washington, Continentals, Compauy
JJ, of Albany, 10 regiment National Guard
of the State of New York, will make an
excursion trip to Burlington on tho 20th of
August. They will go from Albany on the
Rensselear and Saratoga railroad, and
through Lake Champlaln.
The contract for grading the New York
and Canada railroad from the little Attsa
blc river south to Poll Henry have been
let, the work to be completed by the first
of October next year.
Sunday next Is the festlvnl of St. Law
renco the martyr, The day will be duly
observed in many Catholic churches.
Frederick Bacon, Esq., the managing
editor of the Hoslon Advertiser nnd his
wife, will bo the guests of Mrs. Edgar L.
Ormslice during the reunion.
Col, Albert Clarke, of the St. Albans
Mesnengcr, arrived In town yesterday noon
to attend the Reunion and is the guest of
Mr. Geo. II. Palmer.
There will bo four more Fridays, Satur
days and Sundays in this month.
A Brandon party, among whom were
C. I). Pitts, Esq., Col. E. A. Hamilton,
Dr. Dyer, and their wives enjoyed the
beautiful scenery nnd delightful air of Fort
Cassln nnd the lake, ns well ns n trip down
the river nnd back upon the Curlew, last
Early planted potatoes, prematurely lip-
ened by the drougth, arc In some cases
sprouting preparatory lo the production of
a second crop.
The Western Union Telegraph company
sent from Rutland olllce during July Hlfi
dispatches, while the lecclpts amount to
about $000. They received 1,085 dispatch
es, or an average of 35 per day. Mr. L.G.
llagley, the efficient manager, Informs us
that hereafter the olllce will be open at nil
hours of tho day nnd night during week
days, and on Sundays from 0 to 10 n. in. ;
nlso from 5 tot! p. 111., und nfler 10 p 111.
Hon. Charles P. Marsh nnd Hon. Pros
per Merrill nre reglsteied at the B.trdwcll
mi: soi,iii:its iti:ir.io..
riic siiiiHtioii Tint camp :ronmi"
The preparations on yesterday nt the
Fair grounds, for the reception of the old
soldiers who assemble here to-day for a
grand reunion, were carried forward with
commendable alacrity and with encourag
ing success. More tents have been pitched
in addition to those put up 011 Monday, and
more nro to be raised this morning. The
grounds now present the appearance of a
well-tented Held. The tents are scattered
over the broad domain in every section of
the ground and make n handsome show.
The rows are well planned and laid out
with a due legard to the llnccffcct produc
ed and to the comfort nnd convenience of
the brave boys who nic to occupy them.
The gallery of seats will be ready for tho
multitude who are sure to be in attendance
a" large portion of the three days to wit
ness the dress parade and the different re
views and assemblages of the soldiers as
they meet In camp.
The different bands that aie to be here,
numbering some twelve organizations of
tills kind, will make such melody combin
ed, and present such u brilliant appearance
as was never heard or seen In Vermont be
fore. This fact alone is sufficient to call
out a host of people.
Our citizens, one and nil, are 011 the ijui-
the to make the occasion one of meat
interest and importance, and nre filled
brimful with enthusiasm for a grand, good
time, and with hospitality, in the best sense
ot the term, toward tho visitors who honor
our town with their presence. They arc
eager to do their utmost toward making
the gathering one of enjoyment to all, and
a matter of pride and congratulation to tho
Our public houses and hotels will meet
the demand made upon them with the re
sponse that lias gave them the excellent
reputation that they have always enjoyed
in the future, while the village, ns a
whole, will strive its best to make the ex
ercises pass with perfect order In every de
tail. T11K IilOOKA.MUE.
The following order will be substantially
observed by the reunion forces during tho
three days campaign.
Companies nnd battalions will bo re
ceived on their arrival hero by the Rutland
companies and the Sherman brass band.
DltESS PARADES 11Y I1HIOAIIES AT SUNSET.
Open air concerts by brass bands In the
Grand review by Ills Excellency Gov.
Converse and visiting Generals, al' ten
o'clock, a, m.
ADDIIESSKS 11Y OEX. J. IS. HAW1.EV, I'OXXIX
TICtTT, (1EN. CHAS. DEVENS,
of Massachusetts, and others at two o'clock,
with vocal and Instrumental inusie.
Dress parade nt sunset.
Toncm.ioiiT rnocEsstox in the kvf.mnci.
In the forenoon, meetings of relgimentnl
and other soldier organizations.
Afternoon Breaking camp, muster out and
The above programme will be inter,
spersed with a variety of entertaining cxer
clscs pertaining to lifo in camp, and villi bo
modified as circumstances may require, op.
portunlty being afforded for a revival of
tho old camp sports, and n general renewal
of the old tent life when the boys "wore
the bluo," and rallied round the flag.
The exercises to-day will naturally be
given up to organizing the forces, getting
preparations fulfilled for tho grand display
that will bo made in tho evening nt dress
parade, nnd for tho exercises of to-morrow
which will bo the chief in interest during
tho three days. A largo number of speech
es will bo made in addition to those already
aunotinccd, and this special occasion will
be full of enthusiasm and entertainment
UlIllNDON'ri Oi'KllA Hol'SK Co. This well
known theatrical organization commence, a
three nights engagement at tho Ojiera
Houso this evening. They ojicn with Bou
cicault's play of "Kathleen Mavoumccn,"
In which Mrs. Hcrndon takes tho title role
and the other characters by Mr. Hcrndon
and the remaining members of the troupe,
Hcrndon Is a host In himself upon the stage,
whero he has won an enviable reputation
as an actor of no ordlnnry reputation,
while Mrs. H. Is nn accomplished actress
and u pleasing laxly. Tho troupe Is made
up of first-class artists, wo understand, and
wlllglvo our citizens and tlio visitors hero
during tho reunion, a raro treat in the way
of theatrical amusement. As Rutland has
had a dearth of amusements of this kind of
late, we shall expect to seo a largo attend
anco and all, wo are satisfied, will bo
The following general order of 1st bat
talion, 3d brigade, gives the olllccrs of Col.
A. S. Tracy, battalion commander 1
IlKADQAHTENS, 1ST IlATTAUOM, DlRIOAI)i:,l
IUkunion i'orcks. f
(Icneral Order .Vo. 1
la, Wlm foltn.dnr. ntmnlnlmniila nrn ImMthV
made ns stall omcers ot this battallon,and will
ucodcjcu nnu rcspccicu nccoruiiigiy 1
Adlutnnt. J. H. Ilalbert ! Quartermaster,
Clias. E. Parker s Surgeon, K. P. ltussel ! Chap
lain, A. w. jsastmnu i Hcrecani-.iiajor, w. 11.
Hnrlburt 1 Q. M. Sergeant, P. s. Severance.
8d n. C. Huntington Is nppolnted Color Ser
trcant nnd ulll takonosltlonassuch on arrival
of battalion nt ltutlnnd.
3d. company commnndcra with incir com
mands will tnko transportation on tho mall
train movlngsoiith Wednesday morning, Aug.
A. H. TRACT.
The Mlddlcbiuy veterans nro officered ns
follows! Capt. Wm. II. Cobb j 1st Lieut.,
II. I). Mnynard ; 2d Lieut., J. J. Manneyj
1st Scrgt., D. Martin : 2d Sergt., W. E.
Dewey j Q. M. Scrgt., W. S. Aldcn.
The Brandon company organized ou Sat
urday evening last by the election of the
following officers: Capt., C. W. Carr;
1st Lieut., J. IC. Campbell ; 2d Lieut., A.
i, Ilosslter j 1st Sergt., C. A. Williams ;
2d Scrgt., E. G, Carr ; Com. Scrgt., John
The Essex reunion forces have made
holoe of the following olllccrs : Captain,
Byron A. Stevens; 1st Lieut., Geo. II.
Brown; 2d Lieut., Geo. B. Diury; 1st
Sergeant, (). B. Skinner.
We have heard of only ono town in tho
slale that has failed to do its duty In send
ing its old soldiers to Rutland this week,
and that town is St. Albans. The blaino
should not rest upon the fair fame of tho
town cither, but belaid to the proper party
viho, nloneis responsible for tho failure
the battalion commander for Fanklin
oinity. The rivalry existing between the
two military companies in St. Albans, per
haps, may be named ns the starting-point
of the difficulty, This commander is cap
tain of one of these organizations and was
appointed to the position of battalion com
mander nt the suggestion of the captain of
the other militia company. The com
mander thus appointed, lias done nothing
to raise the required forces, and, although
out ot the state a portion of the time, lie
has rather thrown what weight he pos
sesses, against the project of the reunion,
when in the state, and still thinks It will
not be a success.
Ily the exertions of other parlies of St.
Albans a small company has been raised,
amounting to some twenty men who will
be here lo-dav with Fred. A. Lewis ns rip.
All the members of the Ira and West
Rutland Company are hereby warned to
appear at the Town Hall, East Rutland, at
10 o'clock this Wednesday morning.
The second company of sixty old sol
diers, for the Reunion Forces, was organ
ized la't evening nt the village hall, and the
following officers elected :
Captain Georce A. Lee.
1st Lieut. J. E. Post.
2d Lieut. Edward Bowman.
1st Sergeant George Brown.
2d Sergeant Wesley Laiupheri.
3rd Sergeant A. J. Duntnn.
4th Sergeant John Lambert.
1st Corporal Joseph Guertln.
2d Corporal George Granger.
;iiii v orporai .lames iuurpiiy.
4th Corporal Edward Shields.
All the members of this company arc
hereby warned to nppear nt the Village
Hall, this Wednesday morning at 10
Col, C. H. Joyce, Col. Theo. S. Peck
and Col. Albeit Clarke, have been appoint
ed as a special detail to receive nnd attend
upon visiting officers and other invited
guestsat the Reunion.
llKAUQUAKTHlIS ItEUNIOS l'OKCES.t
KUTI.ANII, Vt., AUg. Mil, 1S73.
The commltteo of arrangements having per
formed all tho duties assigned them In prepa
ration for the llrst grand reunion of Vermont
soldiers ever held In the state, hereby atinounco
In completion or their duties tho appointment
of W. O, Veaey, of itntland, ns Oeucral com
manding. He will bo obeyed and respected accordingly.
Ily order of tho committee,
Ass't. AilJ't. (lenernl.
Capt. nnd A. 1). C.
HKAD0.DAKTKKS, ItKCNION I'OKCKS, I
ltutlanil, vt August cth, ists.jT
Icneral Onkr .Vu. 1.
I. In accordance with (leneral Orders No. c,
Headquarters Reunion Forces, August Mil, 18,3,
tlio undersigned hereby nssumes command of
II, Tho following ofllcers nro hereby nn.
bounced upon tho staff of the General com
llrlg-Oen J H doubling, Adjutant General,
Hrlg-Gen h O Klngsley, (J M General,
Hi lg-Oen i: A Morse, Com General,
Major H II Langdon, Musical Director,
Captain Fred K Smith, Inspector General,
Major Oil Forbes, Ass't AdJ't General,
Captain Unci J Derby, Ass't (J M General,
Captain V a Landon, Ass't Com General,
captain 11 II Start, Chief ot Artillery,
col ! II Joyce, )
Col T 8 I'cck.
Col Albert Clarke
Capt H K Taylor,
Aids do Camp.
lain i u i run, i
Capt It. I Cotrey,
Capt U M Kdgerton, J
They will bo obeyed nnd respected accord
ingly. Ily order of
W (t Vkazky,
Commanding Itcunlon Forces.
.1 II (JOULMNO,
i: M UIMIEUTON,
Captain a; a 1) C.
IIEADQUAKTEKS ItHUNION FORCES, )
liutland, Vt. August cth, l3T3,f
lltntral Order .Vo. 2.
Tho nnmo ot the Camp ot tho Itcunlon Forces
Is hereby announced ns "Camp Doubleday."
Ily order of
W o Vkazkv
Commanding Iteunlon Forces.
.1 II (iOL'I.MKII,
Cnplaln A D C.
llKAliqUAUTEUS HKUNI0N fOIU'ES,
UAM r JIOUUI.KDAY,
KUTt.AND, Aug., Ctll,
Oenrnil Unltr .V, 3.
I. Headquarters will be established In the
Depot Park until after tho arrival of tho 2.30 p.
m. train from tho cast. Hrlgado and Hattalton
commanders will roiwrt thero for Instructions
upon arrival at liutland,
II. Tho Chief of Artillery will cause a nation
al saluto to bo nrcd at Camp Doubleday at 12
in, and again at sunset.
III. brigades will bo paraded at I) p. m. for
such exercises as bhall bo hereafter prescribed.
IV. Then) will bo an open air brass Hand
Concert at Camp Doubleday commencing nt
tji p. in.
Ily order of
' W. (1. Vjeazkt.
Commanding Hennlon Forces.
J, It. Gocluino,
1, Tho badges to bo worn by this command
will bo as follows i
1st llrlendu lied
2d Ilrlgado Whllo "
3d ilrlgado Uiuo "
Ith Ilrlgado Green "
Thoso worn by tlio commander and staff nnd
by brigade commanders and staffs will bo two
Inches In width by six Inches In length.
Those worn by battalion commanders, one
and one-half Inches In width, with the number
of tho battalion thereon.
Those worn by tho men of the several bat
talions to bo of tho color of their respective bri
gades, ono Inch in width, four Inches In length
nnd with a number thereon Indicative ot (ho
number ot the battalion In tho brigade, to which
2. Headauartcrs will be deslgnnled by a
United States ling. Headquarters of each brl
gido by a flag of the same color ns Its badge,
Ily order of V, O . Vkazev,
Commanding Itcunlon Forces.
J. H. (loci blNd, Adj. OenT.
The following parties were arraigned be
foro Justice B. W. Marshall, yesterday and
disposed of as follows 1
John Cooney, breach of the peace.
Fino and costs $0.00. Committed to jail.
Bernard McDonald was arrested on tho
complaint of his father, Paddy the Pitcher,
for bouncing him. When the old gentle
man was called upon for his testimony ho
said there waf no trouble and that he "was
a daccnt a boy as ever lived." On lids
statement Bernard was discharged.
Norman Henry was fined, including cost
$13.04, for Intoxication.
John Cooney wns fined for violation of
the Sabbath, $2 and costs, amounting to
The proprietor of the Berwick House
was fined $27.50 for selling liquor.
to Tin: i'oi.ici: roiioi:.
As there will be many strangers In town
during tho next three days, It will lie neces
sary to take some additional precautions
for keeping order and preserving the peace.
I desire, tliercfoic, that the whole police
force should be on the alert and see lo It
that order is maintained In the public streets
at all times. All olllccrs must be 011 duty
GeoP.OK W. CliAWTOKI),
Chief of Police.
Tlio Ilviiiiliigtoii .lliiMcr.
Arrangements have been made with the
railroads running into Bennington whereby
the lire companies will be carried to the
muster on the Kith Inst,, for faro one way,
and their engines free.
Ileal Ilttnte TrniiNferN fur July
The following is a transcript of changes
of real estate In Rutland for the month of
Thos S Gilson to L II Wlllard, one-quar
ter acre on north sine ot .Mineral street,
and one-half aero on Pine 11111; $1,00 nnd
other valuable considerations.
John Landon to Elmer D Keyes, one
half Interest in Iveves & Co., brick store,
Edward S Southwick and wife to Helen
M Southard, lot on north side of High
Daniel Wing to Astro J. Fisk, three acres
011 north side of road leading from North
Mills to Mendon, $350.
Robert Moultlirop to A AV AVhiting, Jr.,
one-half acre on Plain street, $450.
John Fitzgerald and wife to James Fitz
gerald, one acre on the quarter line road,
Stephen AV Proctor lo Mary R Smith,
lot of land In AVest Rutland. $400.
"Win R Parrls and wife to Mlncr;Hllliard,
two acres on the Deacon Smith road. $500.
Mary L Bowers to M J Francisco, resi
dence on AA'ashlncton sticct. $5000.
Theodore Southard and wife to Lucy R
Southwick, lot on north side of Terrlll
Jlr Kyau to K 1) Keyes a t o, lot on
Baxter street. $300.
I George AY Crawford to Isaac Gibson, lot
on IJaxter street, ;jou.
Sullivan Hudson and wife to Horace II
Dyer, lot on Pearl street, $800.
Hon. IHyron AV. V. AVrlulil.
His many friends will legret to learn of
the ileatli of Hon. Myron AY. V. A right,
of Sliorehain, which took place at his resi
dence at Rlchvlllc, on Friday, August 1st
Some two years since lie wns stricken will
partial paralysis, mid his mental and phy
slcal strength have been gradually failing,
and his death was not unexpected. Judge
AVright has been for many years one of the
prominent and foremost men of his town
and county, and was well known in the
The Mlddlebury llrgMer says of him, as
Naturally a man of strong intellectual
nowcr. with keen perceptive faculties and
sparkling hiunor which gave him rare so.
cial qualities, ho attached to himself num
erous warm friends in tills section and
throtmhout the State. He was a member
of tho legislature from Shoreham in 184
'50 and '00, being regarded as ono of the
stronn men of that body. In '57 and '58 he
was chosen assistant Judcc of tho county
court, filling that position with marked
ability. His name adds another to the list
of thoso prominent nnd useful citizens, who
have fallen by ilcatu, whom the coimnuni
ty can illy allord to spare.
Till: COUNTY AND I'.I.SIiWIIHJH:
The Methodist Sabbath school scholars
and teachers arc going on a plcasuro excur
sion to Arcrgenncs, on AVcdnesday, August
The following is n list ot tho officers in
stalled over tlio Lodgo of Good Templars,
Wednesday July 30 :
AV. C. T. A. McLaughlin.
AV. R. H. S. Jcnnio Hoag.
AV. L. II. 8. Adclla Goodnow.
AV. S. AV. C Carr.
AV. A. S. Mrs. E. G. Carr.
W. F. S. C. B. McCollum.
AV. T. Geo. Kinsman.
W. X. T. Jenett Cahcc.
AV. M. F, AV. Bacon.
AV. D. M. Sarah E. AVood.
T. 8. G. Belle Buchanan.
O. S. G. James Brown.
AV. C. L. E. O. Carr.
P. AV. C. T. L. F. Nichols.
Lodge Deputy C. A. AVilliams.
Mr. Mcrcurc, AV. H. Sanderson and six
others, left Monday evening for a week's
fishing nnd hunting on tlio shores of Lake
George. They took their tent and camp
equipments, Intending to rough It In ical
back wood style.
Dr. Glbbs lelt town last Saturday for
New Haven, Ct., for a week or ten days
Many of the farmers have finished hay
ing and tho crop will bo on tho wholo a full
average of tho past few years.
P. E. Chase commenced running his
shop witli steam Aug. 4th, with a full com
plcmcnt ot men, It being the first time ho
has started his engine, this season.
Two men from AVcstou on Friday of last
week visited the pond in Mcchanlcsvlllo
and succeeded In capturing and carrying
homo with them soino forty to fifty pounds
of pickerel, tho biggest catch of tho reason.
SEitiotm Accident. Mrs. George Bur
roughs of Hartford, while rldliig In a car
rlago with her child along the bank of tho
river, the horse became unmanageable and
commenced backing. Before it could bo
Btoppcd tho occupants of tho carriage wero
in tho river, Mrs. B. managed to draw
herself and the child out of the water by
keeping hold of tho wagon nnd speaking to
tho horeo with perfect coolness and pres
ence of mind,
Among the arrivals at the Bardwcll
House, August 5th, aro the following t
L H Clark, John AVnrd, AV H Marsh, J
G II AVooitworth, M S Frost, Miss ICntc
Earl, J II Mulligan, New A'ork ; O P
Merrllt, MrsChas Vinton, Miss Vinton, C
Vinton, C Toppnu, Boston j John L Strelt
E O Lucas and wife, St Albans ; Henry
Lucas, Charlcstown ; Geo FAVooiKfc wife,
Jacksonville, N X ; F Oaylord A- wife, AV
W Hunt is wife, Amherst ; D S Wilson.
Factory Point ; J Smith, AVaslilngton, J
Parker, A'crmont ; AVm Somcrvlllc,Patter
son, N J ; Isaac Lewis, Hudson, NY; E
AV Cram, Schenectady ; Mrs It B Post and
two sons, New Orleans ; Mrs O II Dcnnl-
son, children and servant, New York ; Miss
A M Bcachcr, Hartford ; B J Derby, Bur
lington ; S II Fuller, Albany ; Pitt W
Hyde, AVlUIo Hyde, Hydevlllo ; Lewis Ba
con, Springfield ; A P Lyman, Benning
ton ; AV S Gilbert, Burlington ; E II Put
nam, Bennington ; N Allen and wife, Bur
lington ; D Harvey, Falrhaven ; S II Tur
rill, wife and son, Chicago ; A S Ketchnm
and lady, Falrhaven ; C II Shipley, Bel
lows Falls ; A AVcntworth, Boston ; E
Hanks, Springfield ; Chas Allen, Burling
ton ; I) H Kellyer, Petersburgh.
Mien fc Drew, 27 .Merchants' Row, nre
agents for the Elm City Shirt. Shirts cut
nnd made to order. Clothing, lints. Caps,
Trunks and Bags.
A (1HKAT HOItltOH DONK AWAY WITH.
House cleaning Is a irrent horror to nine men
out of every ten. When that time comes, the
men ioiks,- as n ruie, give tuc uomesuc
hearthn "nldo berth." Oceans of suds tho
product ot tonsot soan fairly Hood every nart
of tho house. The women, trom tlio mistress
down, labor as nicy never worked heron., nnu
n hat with the discomfort, tho smell of suds a id
tho dampness, nnd not unfrcquently sickness,
tho product of colds nnd overwork, matters ure
generally disagreeable. Tho simple use of Sa
iwllo Instead of soap does away with all this
discomfort. It lightens the labor a hundred
per cent ., because it removes dirt, grease, stains
nud spots, with hardly any labor, with but lit
tle water, and In one-tenth the usual time.
For Iiss ot Appetite, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
DnnmBuInn nf m.lrllu nml rinnnrnl llptillllw In
their various forms, Ferro-l'hosphorated Elixir,
ot Callsaya tnado by Caswkli. Hazakd A; Co.,
New York, nnd sold by all druggists, Is the best
tonic. As a stimulant tonic lor uatlcnts recov
ering from fever or other sickness, it has no
equal. If taken during the season It prevents
fever nnd ague nnd other Intermittent revel's.
Jl I 4W
DIINWISON'S PATENT HIIIPl'INO TAGS.
Over 200 millions havobcen used within the
past ten j ears, without complaint of loss by tag
becoming detached. All Express companies
use them. Sold by Printers and stationers
GI.OIll'. l'AI'Elt CO. HUTI.ANI),
June23dwAtt Wholesale Agents.
E. N. MERRIAM'S
PERFECT FITTING SHIRTS
are more durable, and
CHEAl'Elt THAN HEADY MADE.
So customers say. Send trial order.
E. N. MEKKIAM,
Je2Idly Merchants' How, Itntland, Vt.
IJAItKHUItST i CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
FOIt KI (IN AND DOMr.STIC
FANCY GOODS NOTIONS AC.,
:i:t Merchants ltow, Itntland, Vermont.
We Inilto especial attention ot all persons
visiting liutland, or persons In pursuit of the
best place to buv goods In our line to our stock,
which embraces t lie principal staples of the
IT IS (It'll AIM
To keep constantly In stock, specialties In
every department worthy or tho attention of all
persons In pursuit of Dry Goods,
our stock Is selected with ureal care and
marked at prices to fully correspond with the
We have now on hand specialties lu
DOMESTIC DltY GOODS,
GLOVES, HOSIERY, CORSI.TS,
And In fact we liae bargains In eveiy depart
Kill GLOVES, .7.1. 1.C0, 1.2.1, 1.M, l.TS.
C. A. PARKIIUIIST, & CO.
Rutland, August 0, 1913.
P E It A
II O V S E
First appearance In two years of
ERA HOUSE COMPANY
1IRASS HANI) AND ORCHESTRA,
'JO FIRST CLASS ARTISTS,
FROM NEW YORK CITY
Comprising tho following well-known nnd tal
emeu i-nuica uuu ucuuuul-ii.
MRS. T, J. HERNDON,
Mil. T. .1. I1EUNDON,
Mrs. .1. R. Healey,
Miss Kato Karle,
" ?lara F.lweil,
" Mary Rossln,
Mr. J. It. Halo,
" J II Mulligan,
" Johny Ward,
" K. ('. Melt llle,
" Isaac Lewis,
" Matt Elder,
" A. !!. (lajlord,
" W. 1". Sinend.
Mr.. I. II. Livingston,
Mr. Hekt, Gaskin-, Agent.
AVed.n'esiiav EVKNIXd, Auoi'sr Otii
will bo presented the chnrmlug and thrilling
irisu urama oi
KATHLEEN MAA'OURNEKN ;
ST. PATRICK'S EVE.
Concluding with tho sidesplitting Furco of
A OIIOST AND NOT A GHOST.
ADMISSION U) CENTS. CHILDREN HALF I'KICE.
Seats may bo secured without extra chnrgo
Meeker's Music Store.
Doors open at TM begins at s. augi
BRICK. I havo five hundred thousand
good hard burned merchantable brick on
hand and tor sale on reasonablo terms. Please
call and examine, w arranted to give satlsfac.
lion. WM. M. rite Li).
Rutland, August 1, 1873. augiati
TDRUNELLAB. PRUNES. CHERRIES,
.1. Peaches, lllockberrles, l!asiiberrle3,I'lums
iiucmeucrries. Also, an kinns or iruus in cuun.
iui Btueui if. tv. jkiAitmiAi,!,,
inayidA'ivly Grove, street, liutland, Vt.
From Sew Vorfc.
New Yoiik, Aug. f.
The limn beaten In death in Greene St.,
last night still l cumins unidentified, notli.
ng being found on him but n pair of Ma
A I.IFK 101! A I.OAK.
Henry Dohr, n baker of llronklyn,
kicked Daniel Datielicity, a boy, fatally,
yesterday for stealing a loaf of bread.
II1VEI! 1'lltATES SE.S'TEXCEII.
Stephen Dillon, a river pirate, caught to-
day stealing from a vessel, was sentenced
In less than three hours lo five yenis In
CONVICT ASHAti.LS A WAllllES.
A convict in thoMassachusetts state pris
on nssaulted AVnrden Chainbcilaln wltli a
shovel, cutting his face severely. The con-
let attempted lo rciieat the assault tt hen
the warden shot him nud oilier convicts
seized nmd confined him.
THE VICi:-l'l!ESIl)EXT I.MIilOVINl).
A'ice-Presldent AVIIson wns in Boston to
day nnd reports his health Improving fast.
i HE MASSAliU'SKTTs llEI'lill.lOAXS.
The Massachusetts republican state com
mittee meet In Boston, Aug. 12th, to fix
the date and locality of the state conven
HIE A.MEIHCAN lillsT.
The members of G. A. It. lu Hobukcn,
compelled n saloon keeper to take down
the German flag which wns (lying over nn
American flag and reverse their insitlon.
AI.I.E(IEI) MlilDEItEl! I'AVOHT.
Daisy Brcc.c, tlio alleged murderer of
his brother in Williams county, Illinois,
was captured to-day nttcr a stubborn re
sistance to the sheriff who stiot llrecze in
the shoulder to reduce him to submission.
CITY LAIIOUEliS DEMAND HIEIK 1MOIIIS.
Five hundred laborers in the city service
struck to-day and marched to tho City Hall,
where they waited upon the Commissioner
of Public AVorks for their pay for the last
three months. He promised to lay the
case before the Comptroller, and the men
returned to their work.
ONE OK THE NIIEIilEIMl's I'LOOK",
The case of Annie Rosenberg, alleged to
be detained lu the house of the good shej).
herd Illegally, came before Judge Pratt, to.
day. She is slated to be married nnd u
writ of ccrtornri wns issued at tho request
f her husband. Her uncle asset ts ho is her
guardian ; that she is but fifteen years old;
that she ran away and admitted she had
liecn leading n bad life ; that her alleged
husband Is n had character, and Intending
to send Annie and several other girls to
Boston to establish a bagnio. She was re
manded and the judge reserved his decision.
XAI.B OF PRUNED GOODS.
Collector Arthur announces that all nier-
rnaniuse in me nurncil stores in
Greenwich street, which wns so much dam-
iged as to make Identification Impossible,
will be sold at public auction. Goods arc
now being removed for that purpose.
HIE HCNTEliS l'OINT KH!E.
The fire nt Hunter's Point is on the same
ground as the great fire there just one year
ago, but the present one is more disastrous,
tlio damage reaching about half a million
HKSTKNI'K COM MC'IEI).
Governor Dlx has commuted the sentence
of David Murphy, convicted for the
murder of Daniel Barry, who was sen
tenced to be hanged on V inlay next, to inv
prlsoninent for life.
NO 1lti:fll.AI!Y Al-IKI! ALU
It is now stated that tlio burglary In the
department of public works was no bur
glary after nil, but that one of the clerks
forgot lo shut the safe door, and his com
pnnlnns concluded that robbery had been
i HE ttKATIinii.
The weather to-day has been gentle, cool
'IHK WAl.ttOirril C'AnK.
The court of Oyer and Terminer held
a special session to-day to receive a bill of
exceptions from the counsel for AVnlworth
but the bill not being finished no nction
wns taken. The hill will comprise every
exception made during the late trial.
HIE KAti: Itl'MOIl.
A rumor that one of tho sound steamers
had been wreck wns occasioned by one o
them being delayed in fog off Nantueki
shoals, delaying hernrriyal a day.
Charles Coburn, fireman on the tug boat
Charles Allen, wns arrested to-day charged
with complicity in tlio murder of nn un
known mun nt Green Spring, last night,
He acknowledged being in tho saloon nud
says ho separated the deceased and the bar
tender who were fighting. Coburn is accus
ed of using brass knuckles on the deceased,
Aid for Portland.
San FiiANfisco, Aug. 5.
Tlio Mayor of Portland has appointed
a relief commltteo to ralso funds lu aid of
tho sulTcrers by tho late fire. Ho desires
the committee to seek relief at homo and
without calling upon other committees I
tho East unless absolutely necessary.
The Races nt Saratoga.
Sakatoua, Aug. 5.
Tlio second meeting of Saratoga Racing
Association commenced to-day. Thero
was a largo attendance, the weather fine
and the track In good condition.
This race was for tho Kentucky stakes
for two year olds, $100 entrance, 50 for-
felt, $1,000 added by tho Association j ono
Eight entries weie made. The raco was
won by tho favorite Battle Ax In 1.45 j
Grlmstcad colt second, King Pin, third,
Tills was tlio Summer Handicap for nil
ages! $100 entrance, $20, if declared i
Tlio horses entered wero Eolus, Mary
Constant, Straehlno, Meteor and Arizona,
Tho raco was won by the favorite Strachl
no, Arizona second, Pennock colt third,
was n Stceplo Chaso Handicap for all ages,
three miles $100 to tho winner, $200 to
the second, nnd S100 to tho third. Tho
horses entered wero Duffy, Trado AVInd
Blind Tom, Gcorgo AVest, May Clark
Valley, and Victor, It was a fino race and
was won by tho favorite Duffy in 5.48
Blind Tom secoud,
Among tho celebrities present nt to-day
races wero Senator Fenton, Hon, S, S,
'ox, Kx.Gov. YVnniioulh of Louisiana,
ho was Investing freely In French pools j
Gen, N. P. Banks nnd n large number of
ew A'ork city nnd state politicians. Tho
days racing was considered ns n tolerable
success, the time of the steeple chase In
particular being the fastest ever made on
nillninenl Prorogued. The Queen's
London, Ahg. C,
The Parliament was proiogued to-day
y the Queen's speech which wns read by
lie Royal commission, is as follows i
"My Lnisn.i and Gentlemen I am now
released from (lie necessity of calling upon
ou for further prosecution of your arduous
occupations. In bidding you farewell for
recess, I make It my first dutv to thank
i'ou for loyal promptitude with which you
have made further provision for my son
Duke of Edinburgh, on occasion of his ap
proaching marriage. This marriage, will,
trust, form a new tie of amity be
tween two empires, The best relations
continue to subsist between myself and
foreign powers. I urn able to announce a
successful termination of mission to
the Zanzibar treaties Hint have been
concluded with the Sultan of Muscat
and other native powers which will pro
wide means for the more effectual repres
sion of the slave trade on the east coast of
Africa. I have been enabled to bring to a
satisfactory Issue commercial negotiations
Ith France, lu which my government has
been for some time engaged under the pro
visions of tho instrument signed on the
23d of July, and the awaiting ratification
treaties Jof 1800 weie again put in foice
with comprchensit c engagement and con
tractcd between the two countries fur mu
tual treatment on a footing of the most
favored nation and differential tax on ship-
ng under tho British Hag Is removed, and
there aro separate provisions in the trcr.ty
for the adjustment of questions of duties
on mineral, oils and for the general relief
and extension of trade.
I have likewise concluded treaties of ex
tradition with Italy, Denmark, Sweden nud
Brazil. The ratification of the ticaties
with the two last named powers have not
ct been exchanged, Imt J anticipate no
difficulty hi tills final step. 1 am engaged
in negotiations for agreements of a similar
character with other states both in Europe
and beyond, I am still occupied in giving
ffect to those provisions in the treaty of
AVaslilngton which lclatc to RrltMi clalnw
against the United States, nnd to the Inter
est of my possessions in North America.
Gentlemen of the House of Commons
nm very niisiblo of tho liberality with
which you bate provided for various
chnngcsof state, and likewise enabled nic
promptly to meet the obligations Imposed
upon me by tho award of tho arbitrators nt
Geneva during the past year.
My Lords and Qcnttcmen: I have, ob
served with satisfaction the progress you
have been enabled to make in the remission
of public burdens, by reducing both sugar
duties and income tax to points lower than
any other nt which they pievlouIy stood.
The establishment of the supremo court
of judication by which the record of your
proceedings has been distinguished, will be
found, as I hope to confer corresponding
benefits on the country in moie cheap, cer
tain, expeditious and effectual administra
tion of justice. Acts for amendment
of the education net of 1870 nnd of
endowed schools net of 18C0 will.as I trust,
tend to accelerate the attainment of solid
national advantages through the extension
of education in the middle und most nu
merous classes of the community. The act
relating to the regulation of railways and
canals promises to conduce to more har
monious working of the railway system of
the country. I have ith pleasure assent
ed to the act relating to merchant shipping
from which and from the labor of the
commission recently appointed I hope for
a diminultlon of the risks to w hich the sea
faring population are exposed. The reve
nue lias up to this time fully answered my
expectations, and although the activity
tradcto some of tlio branches may have
been bomewliatlrestralncd by a variety of
causes, the general condition of the people
continues to exhibit evidences of tlio im
provement. These nnd nil tho mercies of
a Divine Providence will. I trust, find
suitable acknowledgement alike lu our
works and hearts.
The Sons of Vnleau.
Tnov, Aug. 5.
The National Forge of the Sons of A'ul
can commenced their annual session m tins
city to-day. Delegates are present from
Pennsylvania, Ohio, A est A irginia, Ken.
tucky, Indiana, Illinois, New York, New
Jersey, Missouri, AVisconsln, .Michigan,
Maryland. The President, Hugh Me-
Laughlin of Chicago, presented his annual
report. The report was of great length,
principally reporting tho strikes in differ
ent places conducted by different forges of
the union. These strikes have met with
varied fortunes from partial success to
complcto deleat. Most of them were sup
ported by the union nt an expense of $11,
785.07, which was contributed to sustain
tho different forges In their action, lie
noticed tho question of a more cloo rcl.i-
tlon with similar organization in Europe.
Ho read communications from various
sources showing a wide-spread desire for
such a result. Tho most excellent plan of
settling all difllcultics between employer
and employed by arbitration was strongly
The total amount raised by tho society
in various ways amounts lo $22,307.81.
$11,005.70 of this has already been ex.
Tlio strike ot Burden's Puddlcrs ut Troy
will bo tho most Important subject con
6ldcrid during tlio session. A grand ban-
quct will bo given to tho delegates at the
American Houso on A eunesday evening,
The session is expected to last four days.
Memphis, Tenn., Aug 5,
Twenty negroes charged with lynching
W. II. AVyatt lu Madlsou county, were nr.
rested by citizens nnd carried to Jackson.
All wero admitted to bail in $5,000 each,
except three who wero committed without
ball. Tho lynching of Mr, AVyatt was tho
most brutal affair, and the story of his
having outraged an old negro woman is In
dignantly denied by tho woman herself.
New Yoiik, Aug, 5,
Paraguay advices report almost hopeless
anarchy prevailing In that republic. The
revolutionists under Caballero arc dally
growing more formidable, and It Is report'
ed that tho allied forces will assunio the
defense of the capital,
Tenll.lo Oil Explosion.
New A'ork, Aug. 5.
LOil III' I It E OltKAT DESTnt'CTION OP
Two tank boats filled with oil, inooietl
to the dock nt Hunter's Point, Long Island,
vplodeil this afternoon and set fire to bar
rels nnd tanks of oil In the yaid. The fire
spread almost Instantly, nnd enveloped
some three squares occupied by the oil
works of various parties. There was very
light wind. A volume of smoke ascended
to an Immense height and of sitcli n den
sity ns never before was seen here, cover
ing Brooklyn completely from the sunlight
and extending for miles over the bay and
out to sen. '1 he firemen who were prompt
ly on hand wero unable to approach the
ards or docks, owing to the intense heat
and suffocating smoke.
Prntts oil works, the Long Island Cltv oil
works, Lowcnstcin's varnish factory and
other oil works were consumed, and seve
ral buildings In the vicinity. Capt. Meyers
of one of the tank boats Is reported killed
by the explosion, nnd n large namber of
boatmen jumped Into the water to escape
roasting alive. The lire burned from three
o'clock all the afternoon, nnd Is still burli
ng. To-night various Illinois of large loss
of life arc current.
The location of tho Hie was in the First
ward of Long Island City, adjacent to the
ship canal, and in vicinity of the Long
ni.uuiou woiks. Captain Mover, of nn
empty oil tank boat, Ignited a match for
the purpose, It is supposed, of lighting a
cigar, and threw It carelessly upon deck.
An explosion followed, nnd the llnmei
communicated to oil sheds on the wharf.
At first it was feaied that the works of
the Long Island.()il Company would bo in
vol veil In tho ciinllngration. but, owing to
efforts of the firemen, the fire wns confined
to the shedi of the Standard Oil Company
lletween seven ami eight thousand bar-
rels of oil, belonging to the latter company
weie consumed ; loss $100,000. L, ss on
properly and sheds, is estimated nt $25.
000. Properly insured in the Liver
pool, London nnd Globe I'or $15,000 j
Noilh Iliitlsh $10,000 j Phienix $10,000:
Etna, $3,500 ; Lamar, $2.",000 ; Si.
Joseph, -AIo., $25,000 ; German American,
$5,000 lind some $.'1,000 additional in small
amounts to various companies.
After the llames had somewhat suli-ided
the charred remains f Capt. Meyer were
found in the ruins. Two dock hands,
named AVilliams and Ilendeison ni eniisimr
The Fire Record.
A'oi:n:sTi:i!, Ma.-s., A lit' (!.
The town hall building in AVebsler, vnl
ued ut $10,000, burned last nicht par
ilnoiiKi.vN, Aug. 5.
A live ut 2 o'clock this morning in the
bakery of J. Horny, 180 Sumpter slteet.
destroyed tho building. The llames spread
to 193 and 195, owned and occupied by the
Turner Hall association, which were com
pletely destroyed". The dwelling of AVm.
Ross, 185, was also destioyed. Total lois
$24,000; partially Insured. Origin n.
Nanh'cki-.t, Mn-s., Aug. 5.
The boot and shoe factory burned here
yesterday belonging to Mitchell and Hav-
den instcac of AVm. C. Hail. Xeaily two
thousand dollars woilh of machinery was
destroyed with four thousand pairs of
manufactured shoes, one bundled and fifty
sides of sole leather, and one hundred and
fifty bundles of upper leather. The build
ing and machinery were insured in New
A'ork nnd London offices for $7,000.
New Yoi:k, Aug. 5,
Judge Lurremore In the court of com
mon pleas denied the motion for peremp
tory mandamus directing the board of ap
portionment to audit the ncroiints of the
the bureau elections for 1872.
AVasiunoton, Aug. 5.
For AA'ednesdny for the New England
and Middle States, higher temperature,
generally clear weather and southcasteily
Baltimoue, Aug. 5.
Albert I). Berry, a printer and treasurer
of the Mutual Beneficial association is
missing j foul play is feared.
Ken- Vorli sioiii nnu mono)- niurki'i.
New Yoiik, August ft 1S:ls m
Gold dosed at 115 .
Money dosed easy at i to 3 per cent.
Government bonds dull nnd steady.
Stocks very dull und llttlo doing.
The clearings at the Gold Exchange to-day
Loans were mado nt 5 per cent, to tlat for
Treasury disbursements $1 IS .wm.
Customs receipts tcuwo.
Sterling dull -Long 8,i39',', short sight
Stocks opened llrm but closed dull at a decline
of ,&, on general list and ?;l,V on St. Paul
and Isoi'tnwest. Common nrlo tinner j advanced
h per cent. ; produce exports ;for week c,os)C,
W7 ; total exports since January to date 107,90?,
120. Tho following are tho closing quotations :
V. S. 0s 1 reir lis
V. S. 0s 'si coupon.lll)J4
U. s, 6-2os '63 reg. .110'j
U. s. twios 'Oiicoup.lll',
It. S 6-iOS'li4COlip.llI
V. S. &-'.'0s 'gt old. r.s
11. S.5-20s'CI 113'4
bus A; Lin. .. 64 -
N. J. central... ia
liock Island 110 ,
MIL A,-st. Paul.... r,2,
do. preferred. "',!
T. W.A.-W Ml,
do. liref erred, so
II. F. D-2'13 1S,, .
WVKort wnyno... l)3.
u, s. s now...
iwv.miou ami ieno
I. S. 10-ios reer ...112
I'. S. 10-iOs couiion.lia
Currency os Ill'i
do. pieferred. IK
Chicago & Alton 109
do. preferred. . Ill
j'uiuwni o ami uuu-
...lHVOhlo Mississippi. Slit
l)el.,Laek. X West-toi",
Canton loou Krle
Consolidated coalMMC, c. A Indiana
Cumberland "5 Central 31
Western L'nton ic. li. o ioa
Telegraph lianmuai & sr. ,io-
do. preferred, 41
Paclllo Mall 8S
Uoston W atcr
Adams Kxpress... on
Wells, Fargo A- Co. 73
union I'aciue.. .
nress . . .
United States ll.v
A; II. H. It loss
La. s 4
La. os new 4.
Loteo s 47
Ala. 8s so
do. b'a jij
do preferred.... 72'
Michigan Central.. 94
Ga.Os , 7o
Union l'acltle 2S",
no. is no
North Carolina Cs. S7
do. new. 15U
Lane nore&' Mien
liuuois ceuirui., . iiu
Cleveland s lilts
South Carolina as., 32
uo. new. 14
Exchange, long ,K9
Do. short 1C9'.
do. preferred, S3
BATTY'8 N A 11 Oil PIOKLKS,
Crosso i lllaekwell's IMckles, Holford's
Worcestershire Sauce, Nabob suuee, lu fact
nearly all kinds of English ricklra fan be found
at II W MAilSHALl.-S
riAEAS, from 50 cents. to $1,7(5; nlso fresh
X Ground COKl'KH, nt
- - U. W. MARSHALL'S
mijidiwiy coiner or Oroyf and west sts.