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THE, RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1873.
IHu4 tutlmul gaily (ftlok.
tiksday. Ai'oraT'is. isw.
iitiiivvi, ami HKivuirriii: or tihins.
TKUN9 AtlUIVE T IIUTI.VNP.
From Mellon s Pall", 1:4') A tt:S0 n. In., 'Ota X
Mi.tfi p. in.
lluillngion 12.40 X 'll:8Jn. in.. I2:M X tT:no
" ivit iii'iny, mum n. in
" llflnnlilgtou, tia.tn p. m., )) 'l':25p.
" Saratoga, Mini n. in., 9:0ii p. in,
" Nnirtii, ln t8:ao n. in., tsuo .v. 'lifts . m.
TRAINS LEAVE IIUII.VXII.
For llellow.s l'nlls, 12:60 & t4:30n. m M2:li two
" mirllngtoii, t!43 ,v Iftitoa. m., i:si .v r.:"ir. p.
" I'orf Henry, fi:0 ji. m.
" llonidngton, 13:00 ,v :90 n. In., X t2:2ft i. In.
" Saratoga, 6:00 a. in., X "3:60 p. in.
" Sulem, a:10 X. tmuo n, m., 1:ih) .v tr,:(xi 11. in.
Mall Train tMtxod.
Harlem Extension way, fl.nft a. in,, ami 2.111 p. m.
Kastern wnv, 11.40 a. in.
Troy way, 12.40 p. in.
Troy, 12.40 p. in., n.no p. m., ami win p. m.
Albany, 12.40 p. in., iuc p. in., ami p. 111.
Uoston, 11.40 a. in., uml v.3,1 p. ni.
Canadas, 1.15 p. 111.
Northern way, s.oo p. 111.
H.vrllngton, 2.U0 p. in. anil 9.80 p. in.
Sa-atoga way, 3.ao p. in.
No v York, s.so p. m. and 9.30 p. ni. 1
C01 nectlcut Itlvcr way, D.50 p. in. ,
Woodstock way, (Stnge) 1.00 p. in.
Chittenden, (Tuesdnjs nnd Saturday) n.nn p. in,
Stockbrldge (stage), 1:00 p. m.
Harlem Extension way, 9.5B p. in.
Kastern way, 2.20 p. 111.
Troy way, 4.65 p. m.
Troy, 1.40 a. in., 11.4a 11. m. and 4.65 p. In
Albany, 11.45 n. m 4.65 and 11.10 p. in.
lioston, 1.40 a, in. nnd 2.20 p. in.
Canada, 12.40 n. in.
Northern way, 11.32 a. in.
ilurllnclon. 12.40 nnd 11.32 a. m.
Saratoga way, 11,4.1 n. 111.
New York, 11.45 n, in, and 4.65 p. in.
Connecticut Hlver way, e.4ft p. in.
Woodstock was', (stage) ll.ftft n. in.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays and Saturdays) 10.30 a.m.
stockbrldge (stage), 12:30 p. m.
Stf-Mollswlll bo promptly closed at the sped
need hour; all letters ioosltcd In tlm street
boxes will be collected at 8.4.1 nnd ll.oo n. in..
12.10, 1.80, 8.05 nnd last collection for all ntgiit
mails, at 9.00 p.m. All letters deposited In t ho
letter Dot at tho Depot will be collected by
lloute Agents llvo minutes previous to the de
parture of eueh mall train
DASHES HERE AND THERE.
The sun seta to-night at 7:07 s rises t6
morrow morning nt -1:01.
A special meeting of Nlckwnckctt engine
company tills Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock
for practice. All members of the company
going to the Hennington muster to help
work the engine are requested to lie pres
ent. Sharp time.
A liberal price will lie paid for Sli copies
of Monday's Glome, as the edition was ex
hausted at an early hour in the morning,
so great was the demand.
The subscriptions to the O1.011K are rap
idly increasing, nnd it is gratifying to know
that the efforts put fortli to make a live
paper are duly appreciated.
Several communications and a large
amount of local matter is crowded out
this morning by the great press of special
John Griflln was arraigned before Justice
II. AY. Marshall on Monday and was fined
$100, for beating his wife with a broom
stick. He was also put under S100 to keep
Our people should not give credence to
the report so freely in circulation that
"Tom Scott,"' of Pennsylvania, has secured
control of the Now York, lioston and
Montreal railroad, also the Central Ver
mont and its branches. The general im
pression is that this gentleman has about
as much as he can veil handle south of
The Troy J'rexs of Friday last says : Col.
Egolf returned from Hutland this morning,
where lie has been attending the reunion of
Vermont veterans. Ho says the niTnir was
" Immense." About 2,000 veterans parti,
cipatcd in the review yesterday, nnd Col.
Egolf thinks 10,000 spectators were pre
sent. Parties in the hnbit of shooting cats
within densely populated parts of the village
are reminded that there is a village ordi
dnancc against tho tio of fire arms which
will cover their case.
Rev. Mr. Shiim of Troy, X. Y.,o(llcIated
at St. John's Episcopal chinch, Manches
ter, on Sunday last.
Farragut at Mobile, August 12, 1S04.
John S. Williams of New York, of
steamboat notoriety, lias been spending a
few days at Middle Granville, looking after
Ids interests in the Pcnrhyn Slate Comp
pany. Ills investments there aro said to be
$300,000. He desires to increase the bus!
ncss by putting on more men.
At tho tournament on the 20th at 'White
hall, PlattBburgh will be represented by
by one engine and a hose company ; Glens
Falls and Sandy Hill by two each ; Fort
Edward by one; Lynn, Mass., by one.
Others are expected.
An exchange, under tho head of Ver
mont, says : " Tho conjectured population
of Worcester is now G0,000." We did not
know before that the building of a railroad
from the State Capital north through the
little town of Worcester, Washington coun
ty, have such enthusiastic effect. If building
railroads from tho Capital has such a ten
dency let us have the Montpelicr and Hut
land railroad at once.
Great preparations aro ill progress for the
firemen's muster in Whitehall on tho 20th.
Your postal card wont go if you write
anytLIng but the address on tho face of it.
The Cambridge Vot says i In some of
the cars of the Delaware and Hudson canal
company, running upon this branch of
their road, book racks have been placed, in
which are deposited for tho convenience of
such passengers ns may wish it, a copy of
the Iliblc, bearing the following inscrip
tion - This Dlble is placed in tills car by
tho Young People's Christian Union of the
Second Presbyterian church, Troy, N. Y,
The Argus says Montpelicr lias several
persons who were evidently made for bal
last In balloon voyages, being just as good
to throw over to "lighten ship" as "any
Hiram Atkins of the Montpelicr Argus,
with his family and other friends, me In
"Camp Watson," on Grand Isle.
There Is to be a seventh day Advent
camp meeting in AVolcott, commencing
Ilishopllisselland Rev. A. Hull, I). I).,
Rector of Christ church, Montpelicr, are
upending tho month of August among the
Tho Methodist Sunday school of Poult
jicy will make an exclusion to Saratoga
Springs 011 Wednesday, August 27th. A
train will run from Salem, N. Y., arriving
at Castleton In season for the train for
Saratoga at C:25 a. m., returning to Castle
ton at 8:33, giving tho whole day nt Sara.
toga. Parties desiring to join tho excur
sion at any station between Salem nnd.Cas-
tleton, can do so. Faro 0110 way will be
Fresh grapes from North Carolina are
a new thing 1ft thh market.
Reuben Ilartlctt, formerly of the tlTlh
Massachusetts volunteers, now ngent of the
Massachusetts Total Abstinence society,
will speak 011 the subject of temperance at
Hcnnhigton on Wednesday evening next.
Hon. A. L. Miner, Hon. E. II. Ihirlon,
of Manchester, Hon. HIcl Hollister, nf
Pawlet, meet nt Falrliavcn to-day as n
commission to lay n new road from Hie
slain quarries in Ponltncy to Falrliavcn.
Thirty-two lodges will lake pait In the
parade of the Knights of Pythias hi Bos
ton to-day. t
Peaches nro getting plenty, but not of
the best quality.
Jennie Carroll Is to appear in Rutlaud
in Hie sensational play of "The Now
Vluilcjil Trent in lroiect,
Mr. Geo. A, Melt7.kc announces a grand
concert on Friday evening, the 22d Instant,
at tho Opera House, on which occasion
Mrs, W. X. Oliver, Hie eminent Soprano
nt Grace church, New York, will appear.
Mrs. Oliver is a gicat favorite hcio as well
as everywhere slio is heard, and Rutland
will give her 11 cordial reception, Mr,
Mcilzko lias engaged other superior talent
for the occasion, nnd promises n concert ns
successful In every 1 espect as ho lias alwuvs
given us in times past.
Due notice of the arrangements and pro
gramme will lie given at mi rally date.
Tho lluiiington Vrtt 1'rcsi of Monday
thus mentions the Rutland hotels:
The Rutland hotels did admirably by the
hosts of guests who congregated In them
last week. Tho elegant Hates House could
not have a better steward than Wilbur
Page, or more obliging conductor than
Daw Tolhurst, w'-ile Mr. Pierce, the
clerk, courteously looks nfler tho olllce.
The Rardwcll House was headquarters for
all, and John Crampton entertained ills
numerous guests In his old and popular
style. The gallant Col. Snlsbury reopened
the Central House on the European plan.
It was kept busy during the reunion, and
promises 10 be a favorite hostelry for stran
gers In Rutland.
Tin: Nix'rr.KXTii OFAtrm'ST.
t ho l'lrrnimi' Cluster lit Helming
Ion. Everything goes to show that the (he
man's muster, which is to bo held nt IJcn
nington this week, Saturday, will tie a suc
cess, and from present appearances, it is
safe to say that everyone; that sees fit to
attend on that day will go home perfectly
satisfied. If they do not, it will not bo
the fault of the committee, who nic doing
everything in their power to make all
tilings pleasant and everybody as conifor
table ns possible. Already eight engine
compnnics havo been heard from, and there
are two or three more that will lie present,
if they can make suitable arrangements
with railroads. In addition to the lire
companies, the North Adams Light Infaii
try (or "hoys in blue") will lie present and
join in H11 parade. This company is com
posed of lads from fifteen to eighteen
years of age, are finely uniformed and
equipped, and they announce t lint they
will appear with sixty in their ranks. They
will bo commanded by Capt. Fleming, l
S. A., nnd escorted by the Noitli Adams
comet band. Their proficiency In the
manual of arms and other military evolu
tions are spoken of in terms of highest
praise by those who have seen them. The
Wilson Hose Company of the sanio place
will be present, and the Union Hook and
Ladder Company of Rutland have been
invited, and we all hope they will appear
on that day. The citizens of Rennington
nro anticipating much pleasure in listening
to the music of the Sherman hand nf Wi
nooski, who, we.secbyHio papeis, are to
accompany Nickwackrtt to Reniihigton to
Probably the most laughable feature of
the day's doings will lie Hie parade of the
R. A. J. of ISennlngton. They will mus
ter two hundred strong, and will march
through the principal street to the music
of their own fine band of tw enty pieces.
Their parade will take placo before tho
fireman's, and they announce that their
present display will excel all former pa
radcsintlie magnificence of their trappings,
their streaming banners, brilliant uniforms
and their of horses and carriagesr all gaily
trifllmcd and decorated expressly for the
Twenty car loads of freight and 162 lots
of freight were sent from Easi Walllngford
Station during the month of July and it
was not much ot a month for freight ns
most of folks wero haying.
The East Walllngford cornet band went
to South Walllngford to the pic-nic tho
ninth. Once all had a good lime who
went from this vicinity.
One hundred and fifty-four excursion
tickets wero sold for the soldiers reunion at
Rutland last week.
Butter advanced to 27 cents per pound
Monday last, that being the price paid per
pound for It if of good finality.
TnE'Gr.oiiB has a good list of subscribers
hero ami more nio being added slowly, but
surely.' Who would lie surprised If Tnr.
Gi.oitr. had more than the Jlerald soon.
Xfltloiiul Uiiurcl nt Vermont,
IlEAl) QUAIITEHS, 1ST ItEGIMENT, )
III'W.IMITON, Vt AUg. 5, 1873.
Gentral Outer Xo. S.
I. Tills Ileglinent will gu Into Camp, on tho
Fair (iounds, nt Kssex Junction, Vt , on tho
morning ot Auguit aotli and remain until tho
evening of August Via, 1S73. Cimp will bo
known as "Camp Converse."
II. Companies will provide their own rations,
they will also fond a detail ot ono (1) Sergeant
and six (0) mer, who will report to Lieut. Wit
llain riinlth, (Iteglmental Quarter Master) on tho
Fair (Hounds, August 10, H73, at 10 a. m.. to
III. All Company Commanders will arrange
their transportation, sons toarrrtoln Camp, In
heavy marching order by 11 n. in., August 20,
IV. Companies must lio ready to perform any
of tho company nnd battalion movements,
also, skirmish drill, they must.provlde them
Belves with targets for tniget practice.
V, All men must lmvo whlto gloves; knap
sacks musi ue uaxcu anu eaciibouiier prepared
10 pass a most rigid inspection.
VI. Tlio Commanding omcer expects every
ofllcer and man to do his duty ami maintain tho
splendid reputation already given thin regiment
during the tlmo ot Its encampment, .1 my 4th,
lly order of
COL T. S. 1T.CK.
JAMKS V. IlATCHKLDKlt,
First Lieut, nnd Adjutant.
Liqiion Fixe. Job W. Clement, of
Bradford, was fined Tuesday of last week
$100 and costs for selling Intoxicating
Cnitgri-KntlonnlUm In Vermont.
The Congregational churches of Vermont,
with over eighteen thousand members and
more than two hundred trained ministers,
made, last year, a net loss of nlncty-nlno
communicants. Tho Vermont Chronicle
asks, "What nro we to conclude In Uew of
these facts? What would be said of an
army of eighteen thousand workers for any
worthy object that did not so much as hold
Its own numbers, but mado n net loss of a
hundred? Would It bo regarded ns thor
oughly eillclcnt and faithful ? At this rate
what will become of tho Vermont churches
rind what of tho great fields of our country
nnd of tho world? Sometimes believers
spook of tho nearness of tho final triumphs
of tho Gosool tho long expected millennium
how near can that event be, If Vermont
churches go on in tills way?" Tho Watch
man and Reflector comes to the rescue
with well considered words of generous
consolation. It says 1 "In tlio first place,
emigration Is steadily draining away the
boot blood of Vermont. X'robably the na
tive population has diminished more tiia"
haio Congregational communicants. In
tlio second place, this very fact weakens
the hands of tlio ministry, weakens strong
churches and mokes weak ones weaker;
takes away the more enterprising olomcnt,
and dispirits all round. Mucli depends on
how wo put tilings. Suppose, in this case,
wo sny that the Vermont churches have all
but held their own, notwithstanding their
steady depletion by death nnd emigration ;
while at Hie same time, a largo portion of
those who go West becomo tlio seed of
whole churches nnd of Puritan institutions
generally, What Is true of our Congrega
tional brethren is true in Hie main of Bap
tists. "Wherefore lift up the hands which
llu.WKi.Y Rescckd. As the evening
train over Hie Portland nnd Rochester
railroad was approaching Portland, n small
child was hceii on Hie track. The engineer
reversed his engine and whistled down
brakes. A boy nine years of age rushed
011 to tlio track, seized Hie child at the
risk of his own life, nnd both made their
MciniEiiors Attem it. Saturday night
of week before last Hiram Wliitrow, of
Sandgalo heard a noise about his premises,
and proceeded to investigate. In getting
over n fence near ins house, he slipped and
partly fell, and at the same time a gun was
discharged by pome concealed person, the
charge passing through Ids hat and graz
ing the top ot his Jiead.
Into the Riven. Mrs. George Bur
roughs, of Hartford, with a child, was
riding beside the liver in that place week
before last, w lien-the horse became mi-
jiianagcblc and hacked the carriage Into
the river. Mrs. Burroughs clung to iter
child and succeeded In getting hold of tho
wagon, and the horse drew them out of
Rami (Yt. Amos Knights, of East
Arlington, cut his hand severely, while
chopping on the mountain, one day last
Destiu'itive Storm is Bai.timoiii:. A
heavy ruin storm, accompanied by vivid
lightning nnd unusually loud and sharp
peals of thunder, occurred in Baltimore,
bctwcxMi two and three o'clock Sunday
morning. The sloop Lucy, Capt. Christy,
of Brtmdywlne, Del., while lying at Light
street wharf, was sti uck by lightning and
her tojmiast and lower mnst shivered.
Cliatswortli and Sehroedcr runs, in tho
northwestern section of the city, over
flowed, and the foundations of several
houses In course of erection wero washed
nwnv. Tlio cellars ot a largo number ill
buildings were flooded. The stable of Geo.
Sheets was struck by lightning and n val
uable 111.110 killed. The aggregate loss w ill
icacli several thousand dollars.
Tlio schooner Lconldas, Capt. David
Howard, was also struck by lightning dur
ing Hie storm, mid had her mainmast shat
tered. The box factory of L. Grube it Co.,
corner of West Fulls avenue and Lombard
street, was struck by lightning, entailing a
loss of ir2,000.
'I'hu Slaughter or the I'niviici'n.
Further particulars from the late Indian
light say that tlio Sioux when they gained
possession of the Pawnees, attacked and
killed a number of squaws and children,
dashing tho pappooses' brains out against
Hie ground. The Pawnees lost the most of
about 000 buffaloes which they had killed.
The Sioux numbered 7S0 warriors, under
the command of Snowflake, the successor
of Whistler. Their loss was thirty war
riors. Troops from Fort McPhcrsou have
forced them back to their reservation.
Service Itefurni IJxeent I ve
Tho following executive order lias been
WASiusaros, Aug. 5.
The civil service commission at Its ses
slon at Washington which terminated June
4th, 1873, recommended certain further
ruleB to bo prescribed uy 111c rrcsiucnt lor
tho government o the civil service of tho
United States. Thcso rules ns published,
are approved, and their provisions will be
enforced ns rapidly as proper arrange
mcnts can bo made. U, S. Quant.
By tho President.
Hamilton Fish, Secretary of State
Among tho arrlvnls at tho Bardwell
House, Aug. Hth, arc tho following:
John White, F Trowbridge, E W Tracy
nnd wife, Theardon R Rucks, Mrs F
Calrne.s, New Yorks Walter E Harvey, J
E Staples and lady, M Collins, Boston ; R
B Whitney, Seranton, NY; R H Bough
ton, Titusvllle, Pa s E II Hawks, Spring,
field i J Wilder, Rupert j O W Huntly,
Bridport ; Ranson Burdltt, Pittsford i M
S Benedict, East Hampton ; Chas Bradly,
II L Shields, Dcnnhigton s C V Prlco and
lady, J II Brown, Troy; Walter Evno
and wife, Washington; A Wakefield, Lud
low; J W Kelly, Brighton, Vt; L Kelley,
Rlpton, Vt s N A Elmore, Burlington; II
E JCeeler, St Albans 1 EE Smith, Mt Olive;
II O Ronu, Geo W Davis, Edward Lups.
com, T A Curtis, Miss NM Sage, O Hun
tor, jr, Raleigh, NO; E B Brown, J
Brown, Vermont ; Geo F Wood and wife,
Jacksonville, NY; Oil Oiibloun, Wind
fcor, N C ; Wm O Branch, Windsor, N O ;
James Baffortl, Farman T Ntitt, Brooklyn;
G II Grlswold, Brandon; M Tabor, Chi
Allan & Drew, 27 Merchants' Row, nro
selling good' at cost for !!0 days, to closo
nut stock 1 Huts, Caps, Furnishing Goods
and Ready, Mado Clothing. 1 lood Ooods
nt very low prices,
DKNNISON'S PATENT BIIiri'IKfl TAOS,
over soo millions liavobecn used within the
Cast ten j cars, without comnlaintof loss by tag
ecomlng detached. All Express Companies
use them. Sold by Printers nnd Stationers
oLonn 1'APr.ii co. iii-ti,ani),
JuneJMwitt Wholesale Agenls.
A OlIKAT HOItUOIt IJONI! AWAY WITH.
Hotiso cleaning Is a great horror to nine men
out of every ten. When that tlmo comes, the
"men folks," ns a rule, glvo tho domestic
hearth a "wide berth." Oceons of suds tho
product of tons of soop-falrly Hood every part
of the house, Tho women, from the mistress
down, labor ns they never worked before, and
what with tho discomfort, the smell of suds a id
tlio dampness, nnd not unfrequently sickness,
tho product of colds nnd overwork, matters are
generally disagreeable. Tlio simple use of Ha
pollo Instead of soap docs away with nil tills
discomfort. It lightens the labor n hundred
per cent., because It removes dirt, grease, stains
nnd spots, with hardly any labor, with but lit
tle water, nnd In one-tenth the usual time,
Agent for the (Jliilic.
II. L. Rlllson. Bennington.
II. 1. Morgnn, Wnlllngforil.
Herbert Hmltli, Factory Point.
II. S. Hard, Arlington.
M. 11. Kelley, south Walllngford.
('. C. Pierce. East Clarendon,
i:. .1. Carpenter, Ilrattleboro.
(ilbbs X Co., Brandon.
licnnlson lirothers, Pittsford.
W. JI. Day, Mlddlebury.
J. 1). Culver, Ilydevllle.
T. K. Ilorton. Clnrcndon,
1). P. Penbody, Pittsford.
Alden X Co., .Mlddlebury.
II. K. Bpenccr, Sutherland Fall.
J. N. Ilnskcll, Falrliavcn.
A. L. Kellogg, Castleton.
O.J. (illmoro. West Rutland.
I, . Johnson, West Pawlet.
W. 8. llnssett, Mlddlclown.
James nice, Pawlet.
II F. Parmenter, Meclianlcsvllle.
I), llnrton, Mount Holly.
W. W. Illbbnrd, Poultney.
P. llolton, Danby 4 Coiners.
William Pierce, Danby
II. A. Carter, llenson.
W. II. Hull, Wells.
o. F. Woods, Bellows Falls.
P. II. Itobblns, Chester.
K. H Allen, Kast Wnlllngforil.
Shcrmnn Brothers, Ludlow.
Brown & Clark, Chittenden.
J. I). Pimly, Manchester.
LOST OR STRAYED The under
signed lost Tuesday evening last, two
horses one 11 bay mare with one whlto hind
foot, tho other, black horse, with one white
foro toot, anil white hind foot. Tho black horso
has a small bore on one leg. Both a little
whlto In tho face. Any person gU lng Informa
tion or returning them will be rewarded.
Hutland, Aug. S, 1S73. nugsdlw
QPERA HOUSE, RUTLAND,
TWO NIOIITS ONLY.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
Al'nrsT IS and Id, is:i.
The charming and accomplished
.1 F. N X I i: ( A It It o I. I. .
Assisted by the Popular Young actor ,
Mil. MAHK 'I.VTF.1 AND SKI. HOT COMPANY
Of eminent dramntle talent with
' COMPI.iri'l: OUdllKSTltA.
FltlllAY r.VHNINO. Al'OPMT 15111, 1373.
dramatlrntloii nf Chariot to Bronte's
.1 A N i: E Y R E "
SATUIMIAY I.VKNINd, AI'OIIST Will.
The ureal modern moral lesson Hum Wllklc
Collins' celebrated nmel
rn: xe ir ma uva .;.v.
ForeaH of characters and Incidents iwn pio.
General Admission, M cents. Itesened seats
H.ilo nf seals will commence at J. B. Meeker's
Music More, 011 Wednesday, August 13th, at 10
o'clock n. 111.
TIIOS-W. BUOWS'. Agent.
J. WAThON Iioni.i:, Press Agent.
riMIE SUBSCRIBER having achieved
1 something of n reputation as a
In these rutted States nf North America, re
turns thnnks for the
by tho whole people.
.Making First-Class work, my speciality I
would Invite, as many of you wishing that Kind
of work, to ' tare a hand" and help us boost tlio
Tho itoom Is newly re-fltted nnd re-fumlshed,
and you Willi! ml it quite pleasant to while away
a few Heeling moments us we go tr.n cling on.
You will llnd my
l'onurXAINS ANU IMITATION I'OIlCKI.AIXS
mado up to pleaso nil and at less rates than
ever. No oxpense or pains spared In Tools,
Chemicals or anything going to make up
A GOOD LIKENESS
as It Is my motto t9 please, If I do not make u
WITH TUB KXl'KKIKNCC OF EIOIITEKX VKAIlS,
and most ot that time In Kutlalid, 1 flatter my
self that I am what I am,
A LIVING HUG AMONGST YOU.
li O O M S 1 N
C L A R K ' S B L O O K ,
(Corner Merchants' Row nnd West Streets,)
JAM. O. ML'lOtELI,
Cms. A. Williams.
(I.nto of Philadelphia)
Juneia dw3m Assistant.
S A L E
A tlrst-class Bare flro and bunrlar nroof com.
blued one of "Herring's Patent Champion," In
perfect working order. Will bo sold for less
than its real value. Apply at the Baxter Na
JylWtf 0. It. BOTTUM.
S A L E
The Subscriber has a Candy umiaratiis com
prising a complete outfit lor manufacturing
candy, which ho will soil for less than one-halt
tho original cost, Also, 0110 heavy Truck Wa
gon, very cheap; and one pair ot Double Work
(UK). W. CHAPLIN, Jk.,
v .iiercnanis' jtow.
ltutlnnd. May 20.
S A L E .
My house on tho corner of Main and Washing
ton street with or without 1 he two houses ad
joining. Also a desirable garden lot 011 tho south end
MAIN H T It K li T ,
containing nbout fifty choice fruit treels.
M UN. li. W. HUNTOON,
KlKpiIre of ('. F, llunloon, nt
LANDON X IIUNTOON'H.
alEAB, from 50 cents to 1,75; also fresh
. (iround ( OFFISH, nt
II. W. MARSHALL'S
niayldtwj y corner of flrove and Wost Hts
Distressing and Fntnl Accldenl.
Br.Titf.r.iiKM, N. II.. Aug. 11.
Six horses nttnclied to the morning stage
between Crawford nnd Profile houses, ran
ran nwny to-day, upsetting the coach on
Whltcomb's Hill, in this town, instantly
killing S. R. Donncllkicrl of.Balltlmoic,
nnd Injuiliig A. S. lltillcrj 11 banker from
Allegan, Mich., who has since died. The
following were also injured s Mr. and Miss
Reeves of Pheonlxvlllc, Pa., probably fn
tally ; Chancy S. Harrington, Worcester,
Mnss., seriously! Austin S. Fox nnd
Mrs. Fox, of New York, seriously;
S. S. Fox, slightly; Miss Emma Kenny of
Indianapolis, slightly ; Mn Culbcrts, son
and daughter, Ironton, Ohio, slightly'; Mrs.
Lncrolx, Ironton, Ohio, arm broken and
slightly injured on Hie head. Two or
three others were slightly Injured. It is
believed that nil of Hie injured persons
with the exception possibly of Mr. nnd
Miss Rccncs will recover. The accident
was caused by Hie breaking of a pole strap.
The Wavtnssctt Disaster.
T1IK HIOISV 01' (INK OK THIS HA VKD It.MlliOW.
Wasiiisoios, Aug. 11.
A Star correspondent writing from Chat
tron's Landing, the scene of tlio Wnwns
tctt disaster, says: Boatmen living 011 Hie
line of the river say tho screams of the
Women and children could be heard for
miles. All boats available were at once
brought Into service, and every effort made
to extend relief. Gentlemen In charge of
Hie Interment ot the corpses, the larger
number of whom were negroes, found dif
ficulty in getting colored men lounging
about the scene of the wreck, to assist at
Hie burial of their own color, owing to the
superstitious belief that ill luck would at
tend them if they touched Hie corpses.
The statement of Miss Kate McPherson,
one of Hie saved and n very Intelligent lady,
is given. She was In company with Miss
Maibury of the Treasury Department, and
kept with her during Hie first part of the
excitement until Hie smoke drove them
down Hie gangway; then she missed hei oil
Hie main deck and Hie rush of colored peo
ple was so great towards the life boat that
she could not turn to find her. She
was huddled overboard after the lifeboat
was stove in with many others by the rush
of the colored people towards the gangway.
That she Immediately sunk nnd rose twice,
nnd knew nothing more until she found
herself in a boat and being cairied nshorc.
She described tho scene on Hie burning
boat as most terrible to witness. Flames
burst out all round nnd swept aft driving
women nnd children over into the water.
She saw four little children hanging vi'Hy
their hands to the burning steamer, and
one after tlio other drop into Hie water
the flames driving them off. The colored
people were perfectly wild, and 110 remon
strance on the part of Hie .olllccrs was
heeded.' They jumped into the boat piling
it full, nnd declared that it was Hie colored
people's boat, refusing all whites admission,
when it went down and nil were dumped
into Hie water together, and many others
followed, being pushed oveiboard.
The flames burst into Hie main deck set
ting lire to clothing of women ami chil
dren, who were hoping for sonic relief,
hut none could paw the gangway for
the flames and screams of women and clill
drcn were deafening.
Hiram Smith, a colored man, stales that
he was present and witnessed the loss of
the lifeboat As she was lowered to the
main deck the colored men took possession
of her by force nnd no threats or persua
sions of office! s could prevent them. The
boat was heaped full of baggage and men
and ho saw u yellow man cut the bow rope,
when (he fell down with Mich foice ns to
tear out the stern because of Hie davit hold,
ing at that end and all in her sunk.
Desecration of Evergreen Cemetery.
Nkw Yoisk, Aug. 11.
A motion was made before Judge Nell
son of Brooklyn, to-day, to enjoin Hie trus
tees of Evergreen cemetery from exercising
any further control over the grounds, and
that a receiver lie appointed to take custo
dy of the property. Lot owners make af
fidavits that the grounds have been dese
crated by cutting down of shade trees 011
private burial plots, and that cows, hones
and cattle have been allowed to roam at
large over the premises. The damage al
leged to have been done is estimated at
$250,000. The trustees deny the whole
charge. Judge Neilson reserved his deci
sion. From Washington.
New Youk, Aug. 11.
A Washington dispateli says the Morn
ing Chronicle condemns the present sys
tem of competitive examinations for civil
service in the strongest terms, declaring
that they are unequal, unjust and a failure.
It says that the execution of the rules will
result In lowering Hie standard of oillclal
ability and excellence. Examinations in
many lustnnccs are conducted without uny
refereuco to the object to be attained and
in direct opposition to ordinary rules that
govern and control business men In the sc.
lection ot their assistants. There may be
some good In tlio system, but ns yet no
evidences of it havo been shown, cither in
Its execution or in selections mado under
its rules, other than that which might havo
resulted had Hiere been no civil servire ex
Fire In Minneapolis.
Minneapolis, Aug. 11.
A flro lu tho lumber yard of W. F. Judd
in tills city, yesterday, destroyed about 200,.
000 feet of lumber nnd several framo build
ings. Total loss from G0,000 to $.70,000.
Lumber wna Insured for nbout $20,000.
Bodies or Portland Flro Victims Found.
PoiiTLANn, Me., Aug. 11,
Tho body of Percy O'Neill, fireman on
the Dlrigo, who belonged In Brooklyn, has
been recovered, He wus not known to
have been drowned until his body was found.
The body of the stevedore, named Win.
Mattlson was also recovered.
Spiritualists' ('amp Meeting.
Boston, Aug. U.
Tho Spiritualists' camp meeting com.
menced yesterday nt Silver Lake Grove, at
Plympton, It !s estimated from 8,000 to
10,000 persona wero present.
Tlio Manitoba Prisoners.
New Yoiik, Aug. 11.
Gov. Austin and Mayor Bracket! of Min
neapolis, have had two Interviews nt Long
Branch with the president regarding Mani
toba affairs, and explained Hie whole mat
ter from beginning to end, dwelling espe
cially on the cruelly with which the pits
oners nic treated by the Manitoba authori
ties. They also sought to Impress upon
the president tin; necessity for speedy nc
Hon, as they feared Hie people in Minneso
ta, unless something wns done nt once,
would take tlio settlement of the case Into
their own hands. The president, accord
lug to a dispatch, gave Hie governor and
mayor to understand that unless the matter
was disposed within n reasonable time a de
mand in unmistakable terms would be made
on tlio British government, and would be
followed by further action. Tho president
then asked the governor nnd mayor to re
duce their statements to writing, which
they did, and the paper was forwarded to
Secretary Fish, who will be visited to-day
by Its authors.
The Kentucky Legislature.
Louisvil.i.K, Aug. 11.
The recently elected general assembly of
Kentucky will be conferred as follows !
Senate, !!2 democrats and six republicans ;
House of Rcprescntathes, 81 democrats
and 11) republicans. Republican gain, two
In the Senate and democrats ono In tlio
Knights Templar Encampment.
Auiifiix, N, Y., Aug. 11.
The grand encampment of Knights
Templar will commence In tills city to-morrow
and continue Hueo days. It is antici
pated that 1,000 members will be present.
Toiiosto, Out., Aug. 11.
The Toronto postofllce was entered liy
robbers, yesterday, and 01 registered letters
stolen from the safe. The matter is being
thoroughly Investigated by the authorities.
St. Louis, Aug. 11.
A fire lids morning destroyed a portion
of Hie block corner of AVashinglon avenue
and Sixtli streets, burning out a number of
small tradesmen and manufacturers, nnd
one storehouse containing n large quantity
of furniture. Loss $20,000 to $30,000;
Insurance not ascertained.
EuiiiA, Ont., Aug. 11.
1). M. Potter's dwelling house, Mim
dillo'a cabinet factory nnd dwelling and
the storehouse of the Elora agricultural
machine company were destroyed by lire
Saturday night. Loss about $115,000.
Lord (.'onion Slopes.
Fokt Gaiiiiv, Aug. 11.
Lord Gordon lias suddenly disappeared.
It is said lie has gone to Hie Rocky Moun
tains or British Columbia. A party Just
arrived report having met him witli a large
escort about 100 miles west of hero.
From New York.
Nr.w Yoiik, Aug. 11.
Twenty-sewn car loads of peaches ar
rived fioni Delewnie over one road op Sat
urday. ATTKMITKII MrilllEI! AND Hl'lCIDE.
William Anderson, instigated by whisky
nnd jealousy, stabbed Ann K. Cunningham
four or iHe times in the back with 11 com
111011 Jacknlfe, and then stnhbed himself
three times in the left side. Neither arc
Saturday night Michael Savage fell from
Hie stoop of his house, ill Brooklyn, and
owing to his great nge, recovciy from Ids
injuries are doubtful. His wife was so
shocked by the occurrence that she died in
a few hours nftcrwauls.
an 01 11 law nr.vivr.i).
Collector Aithur has notified deputy col
Icctois that an old law requires impoiters
to appear at Hiu custom house, personally,
nnd uiakeo.itlias toownei ship of goods. The
ncmsity for this reminder has grown out
of the practice of importers delegating the
duty tj clerks and brokers, whereby great
ablins have occurred.
NEWS KIM1M A MltslSO STEAM KII.
The agents of tlio Baltic Lloyd line of
steamships have received a cable dispacli
stating that on the '2M of July their over
due steamer Arndt was signalled hi latitude
40 dcg. 10 min., longitude 40 deg. U iniu.,
by Hie ship King Oscar with her propeller
broken, under canvass, Meeting north, with
a btronu .soutli-eastcily wind. She did not
request assistance. Again 011 Hie 2tlli shu
was seen by the White Star line steamer
Oceanic, steering in tlio same course, and
In latitude 4(1 deg. 10 mlu , longitude 43
deg. 37 min. The agents expect a full list
of cabin passengers by the first Havre
Boston, Aug. 11.
THE cou CllUmTOJH,
Thu creditors of James A. Coo at 11
second meeting' to-day made a choice of
Messrs. Frank Shaw, Joseph Dorr and
James Despcn for assignees. Tlio claims
proved and allowed amount to $287,127
including one of Mrs. Lucy D. Fisk, wife
of the lato James Fisk, for $2.'i0 for rent of
a btahlo 011 Worcester street.
THE VICE 1'IIESIDENT IMI'ltOVlNO.
Vice-President Wilson was in Boston to
day. His Improved appearance indicated
bteady progress toward restored health,
whicli has been brought about by his ces
sation from all active labor.
Investigation orthoWinvassett Disaster.
Wasiiinoton, Aug. 11.
Tlio supervising inspector of steamboats
for this district has arrived here, and will,
by order of the secretary of tho treasury,
commence on Wednesday n full Invcstlgn
Hon Into the recent steamboat disaster on
A thorough count of the number nt dead
bodies already recovered pu(s, the list at
sixty-scven. The names of nearly nil who
have been Identified havo already been pub.
WASIIIXO.TON, Allg. 11.
For Tuesday, for thu Weitern and Mid
dle States falling barometer, northerly and
southeasterly winds, Increasing cloudiness
and rising temperature with occasional rain
in New York nnd New England.
Government Interference Asked.
Wasiiixoton, Aug. 11.
Gov. Austin and the mayor of Min
neapolis, on their return from Long Branch
to-day, had another Interview with Sccro
tnry Fish relative to tlio Manitoba difficul
ties. All the President said to them was
the subject should receive the prompt at
tention of the government, and that lie
would sco the lights of Amcilcnii citizens
should be protected, It was too early at
tills stage to give a more definite assurance.
The Secretary of State was charged with
the conduct of such affairs, and would
doubtless place him hi possession of nil
facts to govern ids action In Hie premises
at tho earliest moment. Gov. Austin, 011
being Interrogated by private parties, was
reluctant to talk on the subject. The mat
ter lias not assumed a diplomatic aspect,
nlthotigh Sir Edward Thornton and Secre
tary Fisli havo had sewral Informal inter
views concerning It.
New Youk, Aug. 11.
At 8 o'clock this morning, H10 people hi
Hie vicinity of fi8 Vcscy street, were start
led by healing a pistol shot. A number
rushed Into Hie store of Stelnliardt, Bros.
& Schonlakc. Samuel Schonlakc was found
In the store, dying from a pistol shot
wound 111 Hie head. Ho had been shot by
Ephralin Stelnliardt. Stelnliardt, after
shooting Schonlakc, attempted to commit
suicide by shooting himself in Hie breast.
Both men nrc mortally wounded. The only
witness to the tragic event was the porter
of the firm. Ho has disappeared and the
police arc searching for htm. The quarrel
is supposed to have been about a girl whom
Stclnheardt was about to marry.
Schonlakc is in a fair way ot recovery,
but Stelnliardt still continues very low.
There is 110 apparent reason in Hie relations
of the two men for cither minder or sui
cide. One cannot and the oilier will not
tell anything about it beyond Hie bare state
ment that there arc family matters.
By the Cable.
London, Aug. 11.
The office of master of Hie rolls has been
offered Sir John, Duke of Coleridge, but
he refuses to accept it.
THE STEAMSHIP AI.An.VMA S.vrE.
The State line steamship Alabama was
spoken on Tuesday last n considerable dls
tance west of Hie locality where Hie
wrecked matter supposed In have been
from her was discovered.
riv York NtocU film iftnuuy IHurlcrl.
New Youk, August 11.
Cold ranged at ltn'tU5,.
Money ranged nt a.fSL closing nl 1.
novernmcnts slightly higher with more do
ing. state bonds dull and nominal, l'acllle Mall
opened at 30.';, lluclunted between that and 41,
closing at 417,(S42. Very little doing In I he gen
Customs receipts UJ2,oijo.
The clearings at the Hold K.ehange to-djy
Treasury disbursements to-J.iy nmuiinted to
Tlio following are the closing quotations :
I'. S. Cs 'SI reg IIS Cleveland, Colum-
U. H. OS'S! CO 11 pon. 1 20, bus X fill 84
U. S. 8-20s'!'J reel IT'
U. S. Mos 'Cieoup.ll'x
U. S B-SOs 'tU coup.llT
II. S. S-2US 'CS Old..ll!l,
If. 8. B-20S 'CS 11ew.ll"',
U. S. .V20S '07 Ul'.
r,. j. i;enirni. ... iu.i
lluek Island 110',
MILS. St. I'.ud r,2'4
do. preferred... "3,v
do. preferred., so
II. N. Mils 'us lisvl'ort Wayne V3
If. H. 10-40S ii-ir its
11. rs now ii4M.iion ami n
If. X. lo-iuseotipon.nr.'.
Currency us tis.v
son canal 113H
Consolidated C0.1l M
do. preferred. ..
Chicago.: Alton.. lull
do. preferred. ..no
Ohio. Mississippi. 401,-DeL.Lack-.
X West. 101!,
C. C. X Indiana
C. II. o io.i
Telegraph 02'.dIaiinlbatiSt. Jo-
Quicksilver ss 1 senli
do. preferred. 47 ICentral l'acllle..
raclllc Mall 4l'(1Unlon l'acllle.
Adams Kxpress... 04',
Wells, Fargo X Co. ,4
United states Kx
New York Central
KII.lt. It I05i
do. new, . . .
do. new. . . .
La. cs new..
do preferred 72, Levee 6s....
do. preferred.. 133
Michigan Central., 94,';
Union Taenia 2S',
uikc &uoro x .''iien
so 04J; 'North Carolina cs. 27K
Illinois Central. ...107,V. do. new. 111
Clevoland x Tilts- South Carolina 6s.. 32,1$
burg 83 do. new. if,
Chicago X North 'Exchange, long... 109
western 67?; Do. short KiO';
do. preferred. S3 ,
Nuw York l'rmtucu .llurki'l.
New Yoiik, August 11,
Cotton Market Is dull and nominally un
changed. Klock. Itccelpts 10,763 bbls. Tlio market
Is rather moro ucttvo and prices for ship
ping grades 10 to 20 cents belter Sales of is.too
bbls. nt U 7M.T5 2U for superllno Western and
Stale; f o.fiO...! 11 20 tor common to good Kxtra
western and state ; $o.e5WT 01 for good to
choice do 1 JT 00 8 211 for common to choice
White wheat western extra; J6iagt6 40 for
common to good extra Ohio; jctolo 75 for
common to choice extra St. Louis. Included
la tho sales wero 3,000 bbls extra btato at $11 to,
and 2,000 bbls mill Hour ut prices within the
range, tho market closlugsteady.
Hyk Flock. Is steady and fair Inquiry at 4 30
C011N Meal. The market Is steady with
fair request at 3 103 to for Western ; $3 sogs no
Whiskey. Tho market Is steady at 04, clos
ing with sellers nt thcso flgures.
Wheat. Itccelpts 83,930 bush. Tho market
Is lM,2o better and In fair demund for oxporl;
also a moderiilo Inquiry for mall dollvery. Tho
supply offering Is light nnd holders aro gener
ally disposed to Insist on a full lu prices, sales
of 163,10 bush, at tl 1&31 27 for rejected
spring; 11 34(1 36 for No. 3 spring, latter for
carlots; si 86 for very Inferior No. 2 Chicago ;
$14('si4S for No. 2 Milwaukee; f 1.4331.44 for
Northwest spring ; $1 02 for new winter red
Ohio ; 61.43 for No. 2 Duluth.
Hyk Market Is more active and firmer. Sales
of 15,600 bush prTnu Western In store at 623s5,
and fi,600 bush state at 83 In store.
I1AKLEY. Tho market for hurley nnd barley
malt Is dull and unchanged.
Corn. Kecclpts 178,450 bushels. Market
heavy, and closed steady with moderat demand.
Sales ot 130,000 bush, at &l(.j65e for Inferior
to verycholco steamer Western mixed ; 5668
forrafrdo;.ws6oc for high mixed and yellow
western j 4763j for kiln dried ; 47sat for
Boats Kecclpts M,40" bush. .Market Is dull
and Heavy and a shado lower, sales of c,tmo
bushels at 42MM43C for new mixed western;
4S50c for whlto western; 4t(A42c for black
Kaas. Market Is steady ut 1Sfi20e for Stato
Hay Quiet nnd steady.
Mors Market' Is quiet nnd firm.
CorrKt Market Is quiet unci ilrm, ltlo nl
1M20V ; stock on hand 30.771) bugs;
ScaAii. Market Is in tlrtu ; ronulifg nt Mse.
Mousses. Tho market Is quiet and un
changed. Hick Market is firm nt 8,Qii(c.
Tktkolkum. Tho murket is dullnt6,';o for
crude and W'.'c for rellidng.
The following is the amount Of grain In store
Wheat , 327,252
Hurley Malt 238,751
Tobk. Market Is n shade low er with fair busl
Hess at HT.lHksis 00 for new moss.
IiKsr. Market Is steady at to ooaio M for
plain mess; til 25(4 12 50 for extra mess.
Ukse lUiis. Market Is dull and heavy;
new Western t-sats.
Tikbck Hkkk Market Is quiet nt I'lSSlo
fur prlmo mess; 2223 for India mess.
Cut Meats. Market is quiet at 12 vaisv for
hums ; Bvisssf for shoulders ; Middles quiet ;
light long clear, 8',',
LAKH, Market steady ; old western steam on
tun spot at swrtS 9 16c ; new sviaS MCc.
KllUTTEii. Market Is Arm for prime lots, at 10
Q24 for prlmo western; 25nW for Ntnte.
CHEESE,-Market is firm for good stock, at
1-,'(813 for fair to prime state factory,
JJCI.T & SHEHMAX
. WILL OPEN
HMO YAIIHS AMnitlOAN AND COCIIKCO
10c. 10c. 10Jc. lOjc.
W0 YAltllS, 4-1 STItlPKD ANH I'OLKA DOT
0 A M II It I O S.
15 cents, reduced from 20 cents.
100 LINKS' 8UIT8, WIIITK SUITS,
III Muslin and Victoria Lawn, 3 m to 110 00.
llUllT t' SHKU.UAA'
Offer the most elegant variety of eholc
II I, A C K OOODS
III New England, at extremely low prices.
Of nil kinds, reduced to-duy.
TAItASOLS, I.ADIKS' AND CHIDHKN'S,
Opened new to-day, very handsome, nnd cheap.
iiuitrs nkw yoitic shoks.
Vnrrk rov0L1?i2v.ir",,cr' palciulvrty In New
Ill'HT X SIIKItMAN
Orttnif,V0,teCi,f,!!!.i,(!SiLv,a.rl,.,' i oods,
Sales-room In Vermont.
HUItT & SIIKItMAN.
Itutlaiul, July is, 1873. myldly
gPUINC, OOODS. SPIUNO OOODS
KINSMAN X HOSS
WKli !n t.fir tn tlm ,m,iia ,
open for Inspection the best line or Spring
(ioods fhev ever offered.
HOSIKltV, OI.OVES, ioj
An elegant line of
silk and wool poplins,
nttTTKKK'K'M f KI.EHHATKD l'ATT KBNS
f.il uml exuinliie our new line of goods.
Yours respeci fully
KINSMAN ,t boss
niMdly No. 3 Merchants' How. Hulland.
Q A. I'AHKIIUHST A- CO..
i:lenslo Dealers In
FOIIKK1N .VXD DOMESTIC DIIY OOODS,
And n complete assoilmenl of.
NOTIONS AND SMALL WAKES,
33 MHIU-H.VNTS' HOW, , HUTIJVND. VT
We taku pleasure In Informing the trading
Public that II is our aim to keep the best soleci
I'd Slock of Ooods In our line to be found In the
state. Wh are constantly replenishing our
shelves with the principal Staple Novelties of
the Season, making our Establishment the
best for jour Interest from which 10 purchase
jour DKV (IOODS.
Wo have tho llest Hurgnlns In
D It i: S s O O O D S,
11 K A U T I V V I. SI I. K S.
An extensive assortment of
For; Men and Hoys' ; wear.
KIDS ut tl.oo, $l.2J, tl.r, $1.75 Ter Talr.
Call for the JACQUELINE COltSET best flttlns
our prices nr sure to give satisfaction.
C. A. TAHKHUHSl X CO.,
pAltKHUIiST & CO.,
Wholesale and lielnll Deuleis In
V OH HI ON AND DOMESTIC
FANCY ROOD, NOTIONS AC,
:ia Meiclmnts' How, HiiiLind, Vermont.
Wo luvllo 0specl.1l utti-iilluu of nil iiersous
visiting Hutland, or persons lu pursuit of the
best place to buy goods In our line to our stock,
which embraces (he prlueliml staples of tlm
IT IS OlfK AIM
To keep eonsiuutlv lu stock, sK'Clultlcs lu
every department worthy uf ihentientloii of nil
persons fn pursuit of Drv (loods.
Our stock Is selected with gic.il care mul
marked nt prices to fully correspond with tho
We have now on haid specialties In
DOMESTIC DRY OOODS,
OI.OVES, HOSIERY, CORSETS,
And In fact we have b.iigalns n eteiy denajtl
KID OI.OVES, ,75. UO, 1,2ft, I.N), 1,75.
O. A. I'AHKIlUItST, & QO.
Hutland, August 6, MS. mayldtf