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will uiwuvs bemcnsu
'the honesty noil the lovefi'f liberty of those
to lion. Ch-iriss W. Wll.
hM of Mont pf Hit
I take prlilo In tho assembling together
of the u ami daughters tu comrneuiorate
Ihe event of the post ntiil lie deeds of the
fathers. You also commemorate the pros
perity that hat attended the nation and the
progress of clvlllitalloij which hui extended
Westward to the f'acllle shores. Th Con
res. of the times you commemorate was
the Continental Congress, whom Ethan
Alleu DBoclaUd Itvvlth the great Jehovah,
but no one would think of associating the
present Congress with such u personago.
The spirit of the Indian who committed
the deed hero l.s the same spirit Which mur
dered Gen. Canby. A gentleman applied
to Congress for permission to organize a
company to protect the frontier against
the Indians. A Massachusetts member ad
vocated the peaco policy. A German re
plied that wo who Maud on tho frontiers
aro now only meeting tho retreating wave
of the old King Phillip war. Wo of the
Tcv.a.1 frontier stand vvhero Massachusetts
stood one hundred years ago,
The pcoplo in reference to the Modocs
aic prepaied to erect nnothcr Fort Yen
gcanoe. A word as to Congress they are
notlho sovereigns the people, arc sover
eigns, and can place if they please limita
tions on their representatives. Horeferrad
to the salary grab, against which he voled
eight times. When it was passed there
were not a dozen members who did not ex
pect to take It ns a matter of course. The
press made a clamor, but It was the senti
ment of the people to which they yielded
lu returning tho money to the treasury.
The people have it lu their own hands.
Clamor would not remedy the evils of
which exist, an nppoal must lc made to tho
The evil of our times is the greed of gold
and display. It is the poison of the body
politic. Thcro Is a trial that awaits us
which h more serious than any that has
gono before. Tho giced for wealth is in
creasing. Money honestly if we can, but
money at any rate, is tho watchword. It
is a happy augur to see the people come
out as you have to-day to celebrate an
event in the honest formative period of the
Our space forbids further report of tho
remarks of the gentlemen who responded
to toasts, reserving them for tho next issuo.
We give the sentiments and the names of
the gentlemen who responded.
3. The founders and defenders of stato.
Responded to by J.8. Cilley of Brandon.
4. I'ittsford In the days of the Royolu
Hon Sho served tho country best by pro
tectlng herself in later days ;" her best work
for tho world has been supporting her own
Response by Rev. George N. Iloardman,
I). IX, of Chicago.
5. War Memories Costly sacred Cher
ish them tenderly and peipctuate them by
Response by Col. Aldace F. Walker of
(1. Brandon Forts Mott and Ycngeancc
Her refuge during her days of troublo j
to-day wo honor the memory of her pro
tectors. Response by Hon. Ezra Juno of Bran
don. 7. American Independence.
"Tlcsponso by Hon. N. T. Sprague, jr., of
The late hour prevented tho presentation
of the remaining sentiments. We give
them, and tho names of tho gentlemen to
whom the responses had been assigned.
Tho intelligence of tho people indispensi
ble to the perpetuity of those Institutions
bequeathed us by our fathers.
Rev. Aldee Walker, I). I)., of Walling,
The Press The chronicle of
events is the repository of history.
Henry Clark, Rutland.
10. Tho women of Pittsford. From
Elizabeth Osborn, tho young wile of tho
first settler, ever sinco tho sharers of all
burdens and the inspiring of every man's
Rev. W. W. Foster, of Pittsford.
5. Subject, Reverends Elish Rich and
Elcazcr liar wood. Their work and its re
sults. Rev. Simeon Parmaleo, I). I).
8. Our law makers and registrators,
with a love of liberty bom of our Green
Mountain air. They have given us the per
fection of freedom in the perfection of re
straint. Col. W. O. Yeazey, Rntland.
URT & SHERMAN
2wm YARDS AMERICAN AND COCHKCO
JOJc. 101c. lOJc. lOJc.
UM YARDS, 4-4 STKIPKD AND POLKA DOT
is cents, reduced from M cents.
1100 LINEN SUITS, WHITB SUITS,
In Muslin ana Victoria Lawn, $3 W to 110 CO.
uuitr a; sirmt3fAAr
Offer the most elegant variety ot chotcu
In New England, at extremely low prices.
Ot all kinds, reduced to-day.
PARASOLS, LAMBS' AND CUIDRKN'S,
Opened now to-day, very handsome and cheap.
HURT'S NEW YORK SHOES.
This shoo is worn very extensively In Now
York City, and Is tno best, cheapest and hand
somest suon lu America.
BURT H BHWlMAN
Offer the largest and test variety of Dry (loods,
and have tho best lighted and largost
Sales-room In Vermont.
HURT &. SHERMAN.
Rutland, July 18, 18T3. . myldly
.rpAQS. Wo have now in stock an assort
JL ment ot Dennlson's Patent Direction
Labels and Merchandise Tags, which we will
sell at raanulacturer's prices.
We have also a good stock ot Phillip's Se
curity Hook-Tags," a very convenient nnd ser
viceable article tor merchants. Among Its ad
vantages are: Ooods can be more roadlly mark
ed than by any other means; tho tag is so se
curely locked that It cannot become detached
lrom tho goods; no chance of tho tag becoming
attached from tho hook; no points projecting
to tear other goods or your fingers. They are-
uf. Btroe and cheap. Call and examine
tUwi, tuoBx Firsn co.
" FRIDAY, AUGUST 33, 1873.
illltlVAL ASI) UEl'AHTLHE 01 TltU.S.
TBALSi innlTC AT RCTMND.
Krjm Bellows Falls, 1:40 t:S o. m., 2;.n
mirltujton 18:40 .S 11:3. a. m., 1S:80 tT:00
on Henry. ll:3a a. in
Bonnlngton, tU:03 p. in
, 18:20 & M:
' Saratoga, 11:45 n. tn., 0:00 p. m.
BalemWo t8:30 a. m tS:40 '4:55 p. m.
nUIX3 LKAVB ItCTLAMD.
for Hollows Foils, 14:SOt4:30o.m.,n:10tS:00
" &uTltngtOD,l:4 16:40 a.m., 2:3') A 5:05 p.
Port Henry, 8:05 p. t
Uennlngton, ts:00 "9:30 a. m., s p. w.
Saratoga, 0:00 a. m., s '3:50 p. m.
talemMo t:00 a. m., '1:00 -16:00 p. in.
Mail Train t.Mlxoil.
Ilurlem Kxtenslon way, P.os a. In., ond l.m p. in.
Kostern way, tl.40 a. in.
Troy way, H.40 p. in. ,
Troy, H.40 P. tn., s.sii p. m., and .30 p. m.
Mbiuiy, u.40 p. m., s.ia p. in., and o.so p. ni.
Huston. 11.40 a. in., and .ao p. in.
ennsjas, lib p. m.
Northern way, s.oo p. in.
Ii.irllngton, s.uo p. in. and 9.30 p. in.
Sa-ntoga way, 3.80 p. in.
No t York, s.so p. m. anil 9.30 p. in.
Coi nocticut River way, 9.so p. m.
Woodstock way, (Stage) l.nu p. in.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays and Saturdays) C.'xi p. in.
Slockbrldgo (stage), l:wi p. m.
Harlem Kxtenslon way, 9.S.. i. lu.
Knstcrn way, .so p. in.
Troy wn", 4.53 p. in.
Troy, 1.40 a. in., 11.45 n. m. and 4.55 p. m
Albany, 11.43 n. in., 4.65 and 0.10 p. m.
lloston, 1.40 a. tn. and 9.20 p. lu.
canadas, 18.40 a. in.
Northern way, 11.33 n. in.
Burlington, 1M0 anil 11.83 a. in.
Saratoga way, 11.43 a. m.
Now York, 11.45 a. m. and 4.53 p. in.
Connecticut River way, 8.45 p. in.
Woodstock way, (stage) 11.55 a. in.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays and Saturdays) 10.30 a.m.
Stockbrldgo (stage), l!:30 p. m.
t-if-Malls will bo promptly closed at the sped
.Iced hour; all letters deposited In the street
boxes will bo collected at 8.45 ninl ll.oo a.m.,
19.10, 1.30, 3.03 and last collection for nil nlgnt
malls at 9.00 p. m. All letters deposited In Urn
Letter llox ot the Depot will tin collected b,v
Itouto Agents live minutes previous to the de
parture ot each mall train
DASHES HERE AXI) THERE.
The funeral of Myron Stewart will bo
attended from the residence of Ids father,
Thomas Stewait, at East Clarendon, nt out
Nathaniel Paine, an officer of the Na
tional City Bank of Worcester, Massachu
setts, and treasurer of tho American Anti
quarian society, lias been In town for a day
or two, but will return home this morning.
He is well known as one of tho most in
dcfatigablo historical students of the coun
try, nnd some of Ills contributions to tho
proceedings nnd collections of tho Amer
ican Antiquarian society stand almost un
rivalled as historical monographs.
The concert nt llnillngton on Wednesday
ovcnlng wns n line success. Mrs. Oliver
completely charmed tho audience by her
rendition of the brilliant air from "Linda,"
and in response to an encore, sang the
sweet ballad, '-Take Back the Ring." Tho
Free Pres-i says "her singing wns delight
ful, and transformed the audience all into
Olivers asking for more." Sho also saug
the "Cuckoo song," from Abt. nnd in n
splendid trio from Ycrdi, with Mr. Lcggatt
and Mr. Hopkins. The former gentleman
won high encomiums of praise from nil, and
will be heard with delight whenever he
visits Vermont again. Mr. Barrett, the
basso, was unfortunately ill, making u di
minution in the strength of that part in the
quartette. Mrs. Oliver left for New York
yesterday to continue her musical career
with renewed vigor after n vacation.
Our office was enlivened last evening by
the genial presence of Mr. A. G. Hill, of
the Boston Journal, who, with ills wife, Is
staying for a day or two nt the llavdwell
The Fair Grounds aio being put in order
for the coming State Fair in a very com
mendable style. Tho inner fence, around
the track, has received a new coat of white
wash, now bheds have been built on the
west end of the grounds, all the old ones
neatly repaired, and new ones are to lie put
up near the entrance.
Danforth was at Lake Duiimore yester
day in attendance upon the races, mid had
with him several fast trotters, among whom
wcro Storm King, Shelburn Maid, Kitty
Thorn nnd Lydia Thompson. V'u shall
expect to be able to report some good trot
ting from these horses.
C. H. Blodgett, Esq., of Burlington, of
the well-known lumber firm of C. Blodgett
& Son, was nt the Bardwcll House yester
Col. CharlcB Dillingham, of New Orleans,
son of cx-Gov. Dillingham, and a brave sol
dier during the war, is visiting his nntlvo
State, accompaulcd by his wife.
A gentleman in Middlcbury is the proud
possessor of a giant sunflower, which is
covered with 175 blossoms.
The Gi.ouk, as announced by tho Presi
dent from tho stand yesterday, will bo
found nt Dcnnlson & Brothers' store, Pitts
ford, containing the dedication ceremonies.
Those who passed conditionally, nnd
those who desire to pass but wcro not pre
sent nt the examinations nt the close of tho
spring term, are requested to meet in tho
Grammar school room on Saturday next,
Aug. 30th, nt 9 o'clock, a. m.
Peter Hunter and wife were brought up
before Justice Marshall yesterday morning
on a charge of intoxication, nnd wcro fined
11.04 each, which tlicy paid. They dis
closed on .1. II. Guy ns having sold them
some beer. Ho was brought up nnd look
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Washburn enjoyed
their silver wedding Friday, August lfitli.
Tiio anniversary day was by them well re
memliercd, but the party composed of
thirty or forty of their neighbors, nnd
friends from nbroad was n completo sur
prise. Tho hou90 wns soon nlive with
pleasant mirth and activity, and the tablo
Hprcad was rich nnd various. Tho gifts
consulted of four pieces of sliver waro for
tea service, massivo in size and of elaborato
stylo and finish, and weio presented In be
half of the donoi-B,.wIth brief remarks by
Rev, Mr. Guernsey. After tho surprise
was over, nnd Ihe supper enjoyed, tho
brido and groom bore themselves with be
coming grace nnd dignity, and the evening
was spent In great social enjoyment. ',
Railway Collision at Arlinchon,
Tho mall train duo nt Arlington at 12.40
yesterday afternoon, met with nn accident
at the depot, coming in collision with an
extra train which was ten minutes nliead
of time. Both engines were smashed, and
several cars also, hut no one was seriously
hurt, tho engineers saving themselves by
jumping. A few passengers were slightly
Injured, and Supt. White, being at lien
nlngton, mado up a train nt that placo nnd
started for tho scene.
Jninc Jan li (lllberl.
James Jnrvls Gilbert, a well known resi
dent of Fttlrliaven, died In that village on
Tuesday evening, August 20th. He was n
son of Major Tllley Gilbert, one of the pio
neers of the western part of Rutland coun
ty, nnd for many years a leading citizen of'
Fnlrlinven, nnd afterwards ot West Haven.
James Jurvls was cborn March 18, 1800.
He married for his first wife, Mary Rug
gles, of Castleton, daughter of John Rug
files His second wife was Sarah C.
Beach, whom he marrlod In 1827, by whom
lie had eight children.
In 1810, lie entered Middlcbury College,
but after two years, bo went with bis
brother, Benjamin F., to Virginia, ns a
teacher, returning nfter one year, nnd
studying theology with Rev. Amos Drury,
then of West Rutland. He was licensed
to preach ns n Congregational minister by
n council of ministers held In Fnlrhavcn. I
lie preached for a time In Hartford, N. Y,,
nfterwnids lu Chesterfield, N. Y., nnd was
settled nbout ten years In Bruivantown, N.
Y. About the year 1811 he preached in
West Haven, nnd wns afterwards settled in
West Dorset, and did missionary labor in
Sunderland and Arlington. After his
father's decease, which occurred In 1850,
ho returned to West Haven to live, aban
donlng Ids ministerial profession.
For Ihe past few years he lias lived in
Full-haven nnd here he died on Tuesday
evening nfter an illness of but a few days.
Ho was n man of considerable natural
ability, possessing nn unfailing fund of wit
nnd humor. He has written much both in
prose nnd poetry, some of which has been
published in the newspapers of this sec
tion. Unfortunately he was almost en
tirely devoid of business tact, and tho little
fortune which was left him by his father's
will, hns been so managed that for the past
few months he lias been n burden upon the
Tho cninm!sf.toners appointed to lay out
n road lrom the town ot Shrewsbury, at n
point near Lawson Gibson's to Mount Hoi
ly, near Warien Ilnrton's mill, met for a
hearing Friday, Aug. 22d, nt North Mount
Holly, nnd adjourned to a day to be agreed
by the parties. .ludah Rounds, of Tin
mouth, Jesso L. Hillings and Hon. W. C.
Dunlon, of Rutland, nic the rommMtinrix.
The counsel for the petitioners are W. II.
Smith of Rutland. E. FMier for Sinews
bury, nnd f'has. II. Joyce for .Mount Hol
ly. This is the second tinio the commis
sioners have met.
Otis S. Johnson, prinriptt of the graded
hchool at Walllngford, lectured In Meclian
icsville, Friday evening, Aug. 22d, on the
Mibject of "Popular Education." 'Ihe
lecture was listened to by a , cry attentive
audience. It wns well received, and more
of the same kind might fcrvc to awaken n
deeper Interest In the community on this
Spencer Lodge, I. O. G. T., No. 17(1,-
will have a .social festival on Friday, Aug.
39lh. Ice cienm and oilier luxuries will
Mr. W. Otis and wife, left on Saturday,
on n visit to Rhode Island.
Maui- of our people attended the funeral
of A. .1. Marunvlllc, at Tinmotith, on Sun
day. He was well known In this vicinity.
liev. It. T. Sawyer, n Cnivcrsalist min
ister, occupied the pulpit of the Methodist
church last Sunday. Ills difecouife wns
an excellent one, and his illustrations of
the prodigal son, and tho rich man nnd
L-uarUH, as n representation of our condi
tion in the future- life, were highly Interest
ing. Mr. Sawyer is n young man, just
graduated nt Tuft's college, nnd a plain,
Ciisuiillles In ICiitlanil l??:ilS7:i.
t81!J, November 0th. Mills Purdy,
"while suffering from great mental depres
sion, and miserable health, he went to visit
bis friends in Plattsburg, N. Y., und there
shot himself, November 0th, 1813." lie
was born at West Rutland, September 10th,
1788. Graduated at liddiebury College
1807. His remains wcie rcinlencd in tho
Congregational burial ground, at West Hut
land, February Cth, 1814.
1818, February 22d. John Finton, aged
03. years, "burnt in ids house." This (ire,
(the dwelling liouso of Finton) which oc
curred Sunday morning, before light, wns
caused by ashes which were kept lu n
1818, Juno 8tli. Bryan Ransom, of
Poultney, was Instantly killed about one
mile west of tho West Rutland church, by
being thrown from bis wagon, his horses
taking fright from tho bursting of a beer
barrel, which ho bad in bis wagon. A
monument was erected to his memory, at
the bide of the road near where the accident
1820, May 10th, Tuesday. Captain Na
thanlel Wlnclicil, aged 45 years, supposed
to have been Insane, was found, nbout
noon, in his barn, suspended by a rope,
from a rafter above.
1831, April 13. Samuel W. Parsons, a
young man in tho employ of I!. R. Thrall,
was suddenly killed. He started from this
villago in' the afternoon with u load of
boards, drawn by two yokes of oxen, and
when between Center nnd West Rutland,
was thrown from tho load, ono oi thu
wheels passing directly over bis body,
crushing it in tho most shocking manner.
Ho was immediately tnken to tho nearest
dwelling aud a physician called ; but all
exertion to save him was unavailing. Ho
liugcicd till about 12 o'clock and expired.
1832, May 12th Eliza Ann Pennock,
drowned nt (Sutherland Falls. She was
bom 2d January 1817.
183(1, October 81th Mchittihlo Johnson
aged 101 years, wbh burned to death her
clothes accidentally taking lire.
1833. October 4th Sophia Damon, was
murdered in tho night-time by her husband,
Henry Damon. Ho was a laborer, living
on tho "turnpike" lending cast, near Men-
don. The murder was committed in his
own house, by cutting her throat. Tho
Grand Jury, at tho September Term 1839,
of the Rutland Comity Court, presented "n
true bill" nguliibt Damon for tho murder,
nnd ho was tried at tho snmo term.
Hon. Chailcs K. "WilllauiB, Chief Justice
of tho Supremo Court, presiding; Hon,
Solomon Foot, States Attorney, nnd E. N.
Brlggs, for tho Btntoj Hon. Andrew Tra
cey and Edward F. Hodges, for Damon,
The trial occupied n day aud a half, and
resulted In n verdict of guilty. Damon
was sentenced to bo hung Friday, February
21st, 1810. His sentence, however, was
commuted, by the legislature, to Imprison
THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST
ment, nt hard labor, for life, In Ihe States
Prison nt Windsor.
1811, July Tth Hiram Smith, death
caused by hanging.
1812, June 20th Rodney E. Ormsbe'e,
nged 8 years, son of Thomas J. nud HJIncr.
va Ormsbec, drowned by falling Into n cis
tern which was attached to the house aud
accidentally left uncovered.
1811, January 27th Mark Qullty, n son
of John and Catherine Qullty, fell Into n
tub of boiling water, and was so fcvcrcly
scalded that ho died within n dnyortwo
1811, March Oth-Hlram Hale, aged 40
years, died nt this date from the effects of
n wound received, sometime pioviou", from
the discharge of n gun.
1811, June 10th Daniel Smith, aged 4!)
years. In endeavoring to yoke some oxen
to n cart, be was stnick by the w heel and
thrown hack on some rock. Ilesurvhcd
only about 8 hours,
1810, October 18th -Henry Downs 2d.
1848, February 10th. An Irish laborer
(name unknown; at work in n pit near
Sutherland Falls, obtaining oaith for the
Rutland & Burlington railroad, then In pro
cess of construction, wns so sevciely Injur
ed "by the caving in of a bank of the pit,"
that he died the next evening, (Sunday,
Feb. 20th, 1818).
1850, May 3rd Loyal E. Gibson, n con
ductor of tho freight train on the Rutland
& Burlington railroad "As tho train was
passing tho bridge, which crosses Otter
Creek, between Centie Rutland nnd Sutb
ciland Falls', under rapid motion, be was
standing on tho top of tho cars, when he
was struck by tin1 limbers merhend and
knocked off upon the track, tho cars pass
ing over him, nfter which ids bod-.fell into
the sttenm. It was iceoveicd In the even
ing nbout twenty rods Iiclow-.'.' .
18.)!. August A man, name unknown,
18il, September 7th Sunday An Irish
man, (name unknown,) drowned in Otter
Creek, near Center Rutland, while bath
ing. 1851, September Slut. An infant was
found in a drain iu the village of Rutland.
A coroners inquest was held and physicians
testified that the child was born alive. The
mother, (whoso name U suppressed for oS.
vlous reasons) admitted that the ihlhlwus
hers that it was a bastard, mid that no one
was present at. or knew of itsbiith, and
that she "wr.ippcd It up in nn old piece of
cloth and put it into the drain."
18.11, November 22d. Of Holland, an
Irishman, (name unknown) wns instantly
killed by n plalfonn car falling on Ids
head. The cars on the Rutland and Wash
ington railroad, between Centre- Rutland
and the depot, at Rutland, inn off tho
track by ronson of the displacement of a
switch on tho Rutland and Burlington rail
road, (which they were then using) near
the gravel pit, and in the break up which
took place, n car was thrown on his head.
1852, July 23th. Mrs. .Mary McD.mlcls,
wife of Gen. Isaac McDaniel.s, of Rutland,
was drowned nbout 3 o'clock p. m , near
Forrest Point, below Yonkeis, onlliellu.l
son liver, whilst endeavoring to escape
from the limning steamer "Hciiiy Clay.'
Fifty-six pel sons perished by tho flames,
wcro drowned in attempting to escape, or
died afterwards lrom the Injuries then re
ceived. 1853, January .Id. Cornelius Chambers,
of 'Rutland, was instantly killed In
Schaghlicokc, N. Y. The wheel of one of
the cars on the Albany ai d Rutland t all
road broke, and Chambers was crushed be
tween the cars nnd piccipitntcd through the
bridge on to the Ice below. His remains
weio brought lo Rutland.
1853, July IDth. Lucius J. Warner, of
Rutland, conductor of freight on the Rut
land and Builiugton railroad, while iu (lis.
charge of his duties, near 1'errislmrgh, fell
between the cars, which, passing over him,
caused Instant death. Ills remains vveic
brought to Rutland for Interment, and a
handsome stone erected lo bis memory by
the employes of the road.
1853, Oct. 23d. Edgar J. Smith, .son of
Grove L. Smith, was to pevcrcly K-aldcd
by sitting down in a mop tub tilled with
boiling water as to caiife Ids death.
1851, January Dili. John Henick (well-
known as Dr. Herrick) was lotind dead in
his bed, in the house occupied by him,
nlonc, (being the llrsl liouso south of
Moon's brook, on the cast side of thu road)
Tho coroner's jury found that his death
was caused by oxpoi-uio to cold while in a
stato of intoxication.
1851, -May 12th. Charles II. Brown,
aged 11 years, Konnf John and Lois Brown
of Rutland, fell before n locomotive at the
railroad station, in this place, and bis leg
from the kuco downward, wjis shockingly
mangled. Ho died on Tuesday, lOtli May.
1851, September 19th. Patrick Muloy,
said to have been Intoxicated, was run over
by tho cars on tho Rutland nnd Burlington
railroad, between Center Rutland and
Sutliciland Falls, iu tho evening, and was
instantly killed, having u leg, tin nun nud
the top of his head cut off, Jeffrey Pete
grass, of Sudbury, was with lilm, and lost
an arm. The evening was very dark, nud
the accident wns not discovered till day
light the next morning.
1855, Juno 30th, A German, at 11
o'clock a. in., when bathlngln tier Creek,
wns taken with cramps nnd was drow ned.
body was recovered tho same day.
1850, March 8th. -Aloiuo Foster, of
Rutland, u young man, was instautly killed
under tho following circumstances) The
locomotive attached to tho evening train
on tho Rutland and Butllngton railroad,
when near Whiting Station, in consequence
of tho breakage of tho crank shafts to tho
euginc, run oil tho track, Foster, being tho
llieman, attempted to savo himself by
jumping, and was Instantly killed.
Allen & Drew, 27 Meichants' Row, 1110
Belling goods ul cost for 30 days, to close
out slock : Hats, Caps, Furnishing Goods
und Ready Made Clothing. Good Ooods
at veiy low prices.
An Act or Chceltv. Chopped hands and
faces nro thu most serious anno) anco that farm
ers, and people who lnbor much out ot doors,
experlcnco from exposure. Exposed persons,
specially children, repeatedly suiter Intensely
lrom great cracks upon their hands that often
bleed. It Is cruel lo allow one's self or others
to suiter in this way, when Iho means of posi
tive prevention an hoensy to Iw had, and so
cheaply, as to pay ton rents for a cuke ot Hand
Bapoltu. Hand hapollo Is not only better than
the costliest soap for removing dirt, but It pre
vents i-happlng, und renders thu Bkln soft und
pliable. Sold everywhere. ituglM&wlvr,
PunaiTiVK J'll.is havo becomo 11 settled no.
cesslty vvllh the American ieople. Indeed,
cathartics nlwayH havo been anil nlwojsinusl
bo used, In some form, by ull mankind. In this
country Iho ptlular form of administration has
been grovvlug In favor blncu pills werullrnt
mado ot Aloes and Khubnrb, rolled Into n bull.
Their high position In the publlo eunllilenco has
llonlly boon secured and fastened lino perma
nency by Ayer's Cnlharllo l'llls, thu most skill
fill combination ot medicine for tho diseases
they aro intended to cure, that sclonco can do
vlboorart produce. Thoso wantlag pills, no
longer hesitate what pills to tnkv but use
Itiillnud iicirtll llnrlteis.
rniDif, Autrust 51
Huttcr lump Vfc S5S0 NO Syrup h
I.nrd V It,
Cheeso V !(
11M Honey v Hi
2! I grueu 3ii.jl.si
suars crushed 19
Standard A 1.40
burnt ''ll 95(nf40
(linger it, 303 I Allspice V "
Pepper 30340 (.'loves
(.'Innninnn 653 Nutmegs
tioeu, anAitf and teko,
Wlicat Dour 7.50
Double extra seo
St. Lours 11.50
cracked wheat Vlt, 10
flrnham Hour 0
Indian meal bolted 9,sf
llyo Hour 0
Itvo feed Wet I.MI.M
oats V bush
l'rov ender V cwt
Ship stuff vewt
Shorts V cwt
Tomatoes y lt
Potatoes V peek so
Turnlns W neck
J'ICKlCS if KUI VI
Cucumbers each 9
(irecn peas y bush l.oo
lienns quart 1119
lieets m bunch S
MEATS ANIl rOCtTKV
Heel roast w ii, 12g95
Slrtoln stenk V Hi 95
l'ork fresh l
Turkeys V It,
Chickens V II,
fore nuoite.is 10
fine " 15
Cod fresh V
Lobsters V H 12
l'lCkledlniddick VKi s
nicir and ncts.
Pennulsiiiw vbush 3.00 j Almonds V ft
citron VRi 55
Flits v lb inasu
ILilslusV li 12n20
V box 3.0(),.3.60
V case 13.no
Lemons V box t!215
Dates V Hi
Cocoa nuts each
oranges V do
Kerosene V1 irnl 2S Turrenllne
Candles 14 I llentlne
Lard I l'ure white I -ad
Linseed V ifal l.co i MS I kes
liiinilM;- iluld 50 i tins.
1IAV ASH ST1IAW.
old liny V t"ii $20S25 llyo straw f Inn
No.v 20crf25 llye baled
linked new J32sB5 1
tt IIOI.ESAI.B MEAT M.VIIKKT.
hind " "13
.Mess V hid lf2o
l'ork w hole hoj: w lb s
Lamb rl lh 1
veal, carcass v uy
Co vi.. Market linn and In Rood demand
.ro.M for Antlirnclto per ton per cargo.
itt:ujiB t-i. r.iT'i-1.1: .'iaickii-,
for Hie iv-rrli ellillllr Weclllrsdn J ,
At market for tho current week Cuttle 3440:
sheep and lambs 12022; sivlno 1(1,534; number of
Western cuttle 31IS; Eastern cattle 17; work
ing oxen nnd Northern eattln 975.
l'rlees of beef cattle y lno lbs, live weight.
I'Atr.v quality 7 12J. 7 25; Ilrst quality $50is
7 00; second fluidity t5 7.v 11 37; ; third quality
4 75if5 ill), ; poorest grade of coarse oxen. !;:;iis,
tec, $3 50c 4 95.
llrlf;!-.:n-iil ii",3o e V lb. llrli'litou tallow
0C tt lb.
Country hides Sji5 V lb. Country tallow (v?
owe V lb.
Calf skins l&glsc yn. sheep skins, r,0e.
Lamb skins Mo each.
MIES OV CATTLE.
A N Monroe 14
Win. my nans... v
l'arrel tc i:amcs.24
, .do cs
While k , Stetson is
Hiotradn this, week has been uctlio for good
eattln nnd prhes for that class of beeves Imve
been a lltllo llrmer than those of one neck ago.
I'pon Iho iioorer grades, of which there wns a
Lirge supply, prices were not much different,
the poorest ones selling at our lowest quota
tions, llxtrn beeves sold quick at 7H7,Ue per
Hi. 'I hoi 0 were 11 few cattle In thnianiket from
Maine, ihe first fur several months.
Wohkimi oxen. Xol a large supply In mar
ket, but enou.'h for III" demand. A few pairs
We quote Mies of 1 pr, glh7ft4 In (915; I pr, 7
ft, Jliw; ipr, 11 ft., (Its; 1 pr. Oft a In, (Uo;
ich week is nil tiieinurkci lequucsnt present.
t or, a it 6 In, turn ; 1 pr, 11 it 0 In, $125 ; I pr 11
loin.tl si; lpr,7ii,j.
Stoke Cvtti.k Not much doing In the store
eattln trado.vel. most of the small cattle being
bought up for beef.
Mimi cows Most of tho cows In market aro
of a cummon grade, l'rlees do not vary much
from week tn week. Wo quote extra nt f'sVo'SW ;
ordinary (25wffl-ti bend.
siiEi-.i1 ANiil.vMiis Western Slieepand Lambs
were not so good us lliose of 0110 week ago.
There wcie morn bioiight Into market, all
owned by butchers costing fron JM v.cj) lb fur
Khi.po- KfrfSKc, v lb for Lam
Si ink store pigs; wholesale
I'at hogs 10,40) iu market ; prices y
DIINNISON'H I'ATLNT SHI1T1NO TAO".
over 9iw millions havo been used within the
past ten J cars, without complaint of loss by tag
becoming detached. All Express Companies
usu iheiii. Sold by Printers and Stationers
Kv eryw here.
(II.Olli: PAl'Ell CO. ItUTLANI),
lunc23dwAtf Wholesalo Agent'-.
A HINT TO HOUSEWIVES. HOW TO KEEl"
KITCHEN" WAHK CLEAN ANIl IlKIOHT.
Every housewlfo of neat and tidy habits takes
especial delight In keeping nil tho tin, copper
and Iron waro ot her kitchen ns clean and
bright as painstaking laborcanmnko them. A
prldo lu tills direction Is commendable, nnd nl
wujs iiieels tho smiling approval ot Iho "tyrant
man" who naystho household bills. Kemember
that SAI'OI.H) Is ihe only thing on earth that
will make an old tarnished tin pan or a rusty
kettle shine ns bright ns new. aiiu oy tne use
of Soiiollo It Is tho quickest and easiest thing In
Iho world to keep every utensil In a high stale
of polish, Aug. Ill, d.s-.v Iw;
.tgt'UtH (or tlio Jlo!
II. I., sillson. Iiennlnglnn.
11. 1'. Morgan, Walllngford,
Herbert Suitth, Factory Point.
II, s. Hard, Arlington.
M. 11. Kelley, south Wulllngfoid.
I'. I', l'lcrce. East Clarendon.
K. .1. carpenter, llrattleboro.
Mbtis fc Co., Ilraudou.
Iieiiutson lirothers, l'ltl(oril.
W. 51. Hay, Mlddlefiury,
Hums Holt, 1'ltLsileld.
.1. 1). culver, H.vdovllle.
T. K. Ilorton, Clarendon.
I). 1'. I'enbody, Pittsford.
Alden k Co., Middlcbury.
II. E. Spencer, Sutherland Talis.
.I.N. Haskell, Kolrliaven.
A. U Kellogg, castleton.
I!.. I. (illmore, West. Itulliind.
L. .lohnson. West l'avvlet,
W,S. llassctt. Mlddlelown.
.lames nice, l'avvlet.
II 1'. I'armenter, Mechanlcsvllle.
11. Ilorton, Mount Holly.
V. W. milliard, I'nultney.
p. Holton, Uanby4 Corners.
William 1'leice, Danby
II. A. curler, lie nson.
W. II. Hull, Wells.
o. V, Woods, llelluws rails.
1". II. Kobblns, Chester.
I". It Allen, East Walllngford.
Miennan Hroihers, Ludlow.
llrown A- Clark, Chittenden,
.1, I). Purdv. ManchcBtrr.
S M Southard, Vergenncs.
EIOIIT OH TEN BOAIIDEUS CAN
Unit good accommodations at No. 10 1'lno
T o v 1: 8
CELEllll.YTED FAIIMEIIS' AND MECHANICS'
O O 0 1C STOVES,
WITH ELEVI1A1 ED OVENS,
aro now being mado at Iho
Alto four slics of
' 1, v r k j) 11 ox htov .s .
These Stoves, being mado ot tho I'lllstord
Charcoal Iron, will out last any other Stoves
made, and will be sold us low as stoves, iiiudo
of hard coa Iron. Apply to,
aiiLMJaui I'mnroan, Vr.
hIC HORN & MAGNOLIA FhOUIt
very choice, foi salo at
inyldtrwly u. W, MAIISUALLHU,
Drugs ana rtttUdncji.
IHLUg, .MI-DICIM--S, ClICMICALS I
I' A T i: X T M i: D 1 (' 1 N i: H
laiioi: utook ,ti;sr iiKPinvcu
Ci:xii:ii MiitERr, IlfTL.VN'l), VKIt.MO.VT
FRANCIS FF.NN A- CO.
QARATOOA WATKRS. All kinds, by
j the Dottle or Case, and Star Spilnif Yvnlcr
on draught :il
I'RANX'IS VKXM CD'S.
TSocickt ('ri-uTitY nT
-1. I I'K.S'N A CO'S.
Dli. AI.I.KN'S DY8KNTKRY SYRUI'
Will cure you. Trvll.
F. l'LNX & CO.
17001', BASK, HKaUl7vTT0N'" AND
JL Kuliber Balls and Clubs nl
F, IT.NN A- CO.
BOYS' TOYS, of nil descriptions, nl
y. l'KNN' A- CO'S.
F. 1T.XX A COH.
fPHUSSKS nnd SHOKf.DKR BRACKS
1; rtiXN A- co's.
DOI.I, CARRIAGES. HOYS' CARTS
and Wheelbarrows, al
J)2IJJ:vir F. Fi:XN ,v CO'S.
IVF.RY DAY RHINOS
S O M I". T II I N (I
N i: W
All lliose who sh can now have
DLLIVKIIKI) AT TIIKI1! HOMES,
SODA AND SARATOGA WATIlltS,
Cr.I.r.llltATKll SIPHON" DOTTI.KS
As spat kllng nnd ns pure as drawn from the
I'OFXTAIX AT MY COltNTF.H,
Call and examine nt
II MERCHANTS' ROW
AUtr.RT W. IKOOINS,
ft m o v a r, .
Dli. S. W. SMYTH,
Iluvliu,' established himself permanently In
IlutLind, nnd for the better convenience of his
ll.intL l.i, li,w n.mnv,l liU r.ftli... (Mm tVtn
.,,.,.',', , , , ,,,
' Ilardvvell House to the
IIAXTKIt N'A'IIONAI. HANK IILDCII,
w heic he may lie rousulted dally (except Frl.
days) free ot charge,
onice bonis n n. m, to 4 p. in. , ami a In 7 p. m,
To those who maybe unacquainted with tho
particulars of my practice, n brief explanation
might not liu unwelcome. During tho whole of
my professional career, my time and attention
h.is been evcluslvely di'voled to the study and
Investigation fit diseases of the KYK, Llt, NA
SAL CAVITY, TIIISOAT, LUNOS and CIIKST,
and derangements of Ihe NLUVOL'S SYSTEM.
My special! embuceslhe eradication of Oui-MVnij-tiot),
Valttrrl', Throat liWiiwc, oriecltoiis of
Hie Wnl (hgitii, Attltia, and all Litrywjical,
lUoncliUtt nod yvjiif'iito-.v t'itmpli,t; Ihe re
moval of tainr, DiMhaige from tho JAir, and
Ihn treatment of all diseases lending to (lentral
IteliUiii, or the loss or Impairment of AVrron nnd
Myofilco Is prov Ided with every practical Im
provement and advantage founded by tho ad
vanned state of medical science for tho relief ot
human Mirroring. Patients coming under my
euro fur treatment may expect to receive every
benellt guaranteed by N-lence, skill nnd n com
To in K 1'riiLic, I have to say that I do not
eonslilei It necessary nt this time lo present to
your notice further testimonials of tho success
ot the new method of treatment I advocate.
Having, during tho past six months, given ou
statements unit reports from tho most reliable
people In this village nnd vicinity, should cor
Intnly give thosu who aro still sintering con
fidence enough to employ one who Is so univer
:ir consultation Iree nnd terms within the
reach of all.
S. V. SMYTH, M. 1).
rpWKNTY DOI.LAHS ItftWAItl)
Will be paid for the
DETECTION, AliliEST AND CONVICTION
, of tho person or persons who, wantonly nnd
maliciously, mutilated the stnno erected to tho
memory of my child In Iho Catholic Cemetery
In this plnce.
augS7dlf DANIEL C1IONAN.
I JjVXCL'KSlOX TO SARATOGA !
ON Till liSH.VV, Ijl.l'l, 4, ISM.
An Excursion trnlu will leave Ilutland on
i Thursday- septeuiber Hh, at 5 o'clock, u, in.,
giving Excursionists all tho day at Saratoga,
I and returning In the evening leaving nt
' o'clock This will bo Iho only opportunity of
' visiting the grand waterlug plac ot America,
j at reduced rates of fare.
1 TICKETS FOlt THE HOUND T1IIP, (I.S5.
j Seouro jour tickets early as thero will bo a
Tickets for salo at J. II. Meeker's Muslo Stole,
Merchants' How, 10 Saratoga unit return for
TQH. CABLE'S WATEIt PROOF
HArtNEKSES, CAIIHIAOE TOPS,
BOOTS, SHOES, KTC.
Fits harnesses perfectly und provents crack
ing. Does not fry out or gum tho surface.
Softens and preserves tho leather. Excludes
the water. Excellent for boots, shoes, Ao
liroives universal satisfaction. Manufac-
mylSVcwtf N. O. MAIICII. Middlcbury,
fP0 l)RY.(SOOI)HMEN. GROCERY
L MEN, IlI'TCllUlts AC.-Wo offer the larg
est Unit of wrapping Papers, Paper Hags, Flour
Sucks and Twines, lo bit found In tho State,
ltest quality manllla. best quality bogus man
Ilia, flcsl quality straw pupor, ull sf?es and
weights. Host quality paper bags und Hour
sacks warranted full size and full weights. No
Wo hnndlo these goods In largo
(iuantltles, and our prices are ns low as others.
selling saino quaiuy 01 goods, sonn
QLOUE PArEK CO.
Special totlie Oiabe.
Bedlcnllou of (he (.'ongregnlloiial
No. Bkmnixoton, Aug. 2?.
The public dedication of tho Congicga
tlonal cliuich, lately complctd In this vil
lage, occurred to-day and was attended by
u large concourse of people. The cxer
cises were commenced nt two o'clock lu
the nfternoou. The Invocation was
made by ltey. B. Hawlcy, D. D
nnd aliening prayer by Rev. J,
D. Wickham, D. D of Manchester. Tho
dedicatory scimon was preached by Rev.
Fied O. Claik, I). I)., of New York, from
the text, Psalms 87 1 "All my springs are
in Thee " The discourse was one of the
best nnd most appropriate for the occasion,
nnd was listened to vvllh marked ntteu
tion by the large audience. The church
was tastefully decorated with flowers and
presented a beautiful appearance. The
building Is n very lino one, built of brick with
miihle facings, of tin; Victoria Gothic
styleof architecture from designs furnished
by S. S. Woodcock of Boston. The present
pa'toris Rev. II. C. Weston who was or
dained In 18(1!) The total cost of the church is
415,000, of which amount !f!,000 was do.
nalcdbyllon. T. W. Patk.
The Society is inn Nourishing condition
nnd can lie congratulated upon its new
building, which Is alike an honor to I ho
society nnd an ornament to the town.
Iowa Train Robbers.
St. Loris, August 2S.
A dispatch from Lexington, Mo., says
there is not the least doubt that four or
five of the Iowa train robbers have made
their rendezvous lu Lafavcttaeminly. Two
of thee: wcro nl Dover, just below I.exing-
' ton, the day before yesterday, mounted on
j splendid horses. It Is believed others were
near by, as they do not tills! themselves
far away from each other. Three days
ago three of the gang rode through I.exing.
Ion publicly und made some purchases, und
went nway. Citizens aro awed by them.
From 'ew York.
Xew Yor.K, Aug. 23.
I1KOOKI.YN TtntASl'ltr 1SVOI.VBI).
It is now known that the Brooklyn City
Treasury is involved in common catas
trophy with the Brooklyn Trust Company.
Late last night It was ascertained that the
City Treasury had been robbed of 11 large
amount, and that Hodman, late assistant
city ticasurer and secretary of tho Trust
Company, was 11 guilty party. Hodman
acting in ids double capacity, was enabled
to cover up the deficiency by making false
.statements concerning the amount of city
money on deposit in tho Trust Company.
CONSOLIDATION" OF KKUIMEKTS.
The general order providing for tho dis
bandmcnt of the first regiment of infantry
has been rescinded. Tho lcginient is re
duced tn 11 battalion of six companies.
Companies D and K aro consolidated and
will be known hereafter as company H ;
company F will lie consolidated with com
pany B, and known as company B.
OE.s". Washington's old liEArjQi'Airmu.
XEwiicnoii, Aug. 28.
A committee of citizens have undertaken
to improve tho appearance of Washing
ton's headquarters In this city, now in a
very dilapidated condition. The expenses
will be defrayed by private subscription.
Tlio War Department at Washington prom
ises co-operation. .Secretary Belknap has
ordered thirty cannon, ten ppanis, ten
Mexican and ten pieces taken from rebels,
to bo sent here to be placed 011 headquar
Washington, Aug. 2S.
KEi'ourEO .mass.vi'iu: msci:f.iitei.
The olllclals of the war dep.iitiiient and
Indian bureau discredit the leported mas.
sacie at Fort Sill. Two companies of the
Tenth cavalry and several companies of in
fantry are there, and it Is eoiisldeicdceituln
that should n massacre have occurred, in
formation would have promptly readied
here by a nearer route than via Waco,
Texas. General Sheridan commanding
that department has no bitch information,
anil discredits the report.
1T.EE IIF.I.lVEl:V SVS1 KM.
The Postmaster General lias ordeicd the
establishment of 11 free delivery system nt
Oswego, X. V. Slv fdirlcrs are allowed,
IHE LOsS OF THE "IIEI.I.E VKIIKO.W"
The latest advices troin' Cincinnati says
that the sunken steamer "Hello Vernon''
places the number of lives lost at four.
The engineer and firemen from Cincinnati
ami two deck passengers w bo came aboard
nt fshavvncclown, Ills., wcie saved.
W.vu Dni'.vnTMKNT, On-ici: of the )
Chief Signal OriiCKii, W.vsiiinctos,
D. ('., August 23, IS;:'. 3 1". M. )
For Friday in Now England and thence
westward over tho lako region the pressure
will diminish slightly with light easterly to
southerly winds, with partly cloudy and
New York Sloeic nun .Honey .Mnrkt-I.
Nbw York, August 5.
Gold closed at 113 V.
Stato bonds dull
Money after tho close ot tho day was abun
dant w Ith offerings at S34 per, cent. gold.
Carrying rates st 838 per cent.
The clearings nt Iho Oold Exchange, to-day
Treasury disbursements to-day amounted to
Tho Customs receipts to-day amounted to
Blocks wcro moderately active with Iho ex
ceptloalot l'aclflo Mall, which df dined ;;c,
There w as ji general advanco at!( to vvllh
tho highest quotations at the close. It Is stated
that tho Krto Directors appointed Messrs. Hob
Inson, Isalln, and Hchuchardt a committee to
audit accounts and re port Tuesday, In reference
to n dividend, it Is announced that the ratine
Mull Company have appointed I'resldcnt Brad
bury, Ilussel Sage nnd Henry o. Stebbtrn to
arrange for accepting a loan of half a mlllluii
from the Panama company.
The following are the closing quotation.!
V, s. fis ' te'j HTs;CIevelaiiil, Colum-
u. s. cs 'si coupon. HVKj ous & tin. .
U. s. trVn '03 reg. .1 1 N. J. Central. . .
U. s. 5-zos (J'jeoup.liov.ilioi.-k Island
U. S mos V.i comi.tl JJi'.MII. K St. Paul.. .
U. 8. n-20s '05 out. llSsj do. preferred,
U. S M0S '03 new. lit IT. W. A W
V, 6-80SW lis;i do. preferred
u.H 84 new U4j,
U.S. 10-4US leg.... 113,.
l. , . . IHiCU? u?.. 1 Ull lltl.llU.
Alton mid Terro
do. preferred.. SO
Chicago A- Alton. 101
u. nt 10-403 coupon. 1111;,
currency cs USX
00. preierrcu. 107
....US Ohio & Mississippi, ssv.
ijci.,ljick. west. 100 yt
lloston, Hartford &
C. C. A- Indiana
Cnnti n 03
Const lldated Coal W
, 11. K V
do. prerened. 45
I'acltlc Moll - 44Jj
lloston W a t r
Adams Express... 03
, iis, -ui(i ,v la
I'nlled Slates Ex
press New York Central
La. fis new
II. II. II tM';
do preferred 'i
Michigan Central., ddj.
Lake Shore A Midi Snecl.il Tax .
. so t3'4 North Carolina in. Sli
Illinois Central 105',i do. now.
Cleveland A Pitts. South Carolina cs.. .12'
burg 6.v do. new.
Chicago A North iL'vehange, long.. .104
western e4Jlto. Miort ion.
do. preferred. sy,
Svw Yurie l'riulnco .tlnrkci.
New Yoiik, August i..
cotton Transaction lu cotton for export
wero chiefly of low grades. The better grades
were In demand ror spinning, with prices 1 cent
higher, sales of r.n bales utsoc iorutddllni
K1.0CU. Hccclpts, 1T,52s bbls. The market
Is scarcely so acilve i without leclded change
Sales ot lis.ow barrels nt jsooiovsco roi
superfine Western nnd Slate; JC.S0 ct, G 55 foi
comnioii lo gofid Uxtra western nnd state ;
tCfiowT 40 for good to choice do: t So.i.cM w
ror common 10 cnoim tvnue wheat western ,t
Ira! $113.1 is s wi for common to good extra
Ohio: ( To Mlo T5 tor common to choice c-
trn St. Louis. I lie market closing quiet.
Hvk rioi-i!. Th" market Is quiet and stead' .
nt 4C0P5 to.
Coiin .Meal. The market for corn men I U
In fair request nnd steady n t a 1.VS3 40 for Wes
lern, the latter for fancy brands : f.1 Tews M
WmsKKV. Tho market Is nellve and docid.
ndly higher at l 10.
w heat. neceinis ico.oto uiisii.Tiio market
Is ! -t cents betier with less uctlvo supply :
orfeiiiigHnrn light, and holdcis nro generullj
disposed to Insist on full prices, sales 9C,doo
bushels; $1 so?i 3.1 for rejected Spring: 1 45,5
1 4T forsoft NuS spilngs il Sifl 4 for No.
a nnd a spring mixed ; l rnai at for Chicago;
1 oa lor n -j .iiiiw-atuei-; i 54 ror t
Duluth; -I f.s for No 1 do : Jl T5forvntto Michi
ltVE Tho inail:c: i" In good export demand
nn'lpr!,-.-t-n.t up, -wiles sa,ow bush western
luitLKV. 1 ne uinruei is ouunn nominal.
lUiiLKV .Mai.t. Market is nulet without 1I1
Cons. iti'ct'lplb KiT,195 bu&liels. Common t
Inferior grades nr - In good supply ami
heavy. Prime lu frlr request nt lull prlcos.
Sales imlismIi'isIi. nt m,s;k lursleamur West
ern mixed; tn-ta for sail do; wiiifij for high
nixeci una KMioiv vvvsium co4ij lor wnim
western ; tsuit for heated ; 530 tor kiln dried.
ovts llecelnls 39.S0O bush. lancet Is llrm-
er for mixed, heavy and lower tor whtto. Sales
3S.000 bush nt 43 c? 450 for mixed western,
46 a 4SJ for white weslern ; 43.4 1 ta for black
western : 44c for mixed stale.
Kaon 1 no imirKet s quiei anu siua-iy ai -.f-
23 for western and 24c fur state.
Hay. Market is steady at .1(3.5 ror prime per
Iloi-s Market Is In fujr request at 2TS29.
Prime hops dull and In bupers favor, 1512 qotcd
nt 30(343 and 1 allrornli at 48,410.
Coi fke Market is quiet and strong, lllo
nt injt32ic Stock lllo on hand, 10,525 nn js.
Scoak. Market Isqulct and very mm : reifn
Inir at s". fJS".'. Stock 011 hand SJ.0.0 hhds :49.-
000 boxes. SN.noo bags.
.vioi.vsses. 1110 market, is quiet anil urm. r-or-lo
ltico nt so, go. Slock on baud, 3,ooo hhdi, 250
Hick Market Is llrm at S,Vfi!9.vc. Stock on
hand, 2S.O0O bags
I'etkolkl'm. The market 1j dull nt 1. foi
crude and lcxcf.iat, for refined.
1'oitK. Mniket Is weak. New mess cash at
HT T51S 03.
HREF. Market Is quiet; plain mc3 tu (
10 511; extra do It 25312 5a.
IlEEr Hams. Market Is steady nl IS 2S.
for common to prime.
Tikiick IlEEF Market quiet llrm ntl5S22c for
prlmo mess; 22fS24 ror India mess.
Cct Mkvts. .Market Is dull and unchanged :
r.'.H3 for hams, , fcr Shoulders ; iiilddlcs quiet
and weak ; long clear at 8,k,c.
Lvun. Market Is uctlvo und a shade caster;
old western steam on spot nt S 7.16c.
IiL-nf.it. Market n without decided change,
at lfi25e for fair to prlmo western; 21H432
Cheese. Market Is quiet and steady at 12
(3.12VC for fair to prime stato factory.
J)AltKllUI!ST & CO..
Wholesale nnd Detail Dealers In
r o 11 r. ion and no m i: s t i r
l'ANCY OOODS, NOTIONS AC,
Merchants' How, Ilutland, Vermant.
We Invito especial attention of all person'
visiting Ifiitlaud, or persons In pursuit of tin
best plnce to buy goods In our lino to our slock,
which embraces ihe principal staples of the
II' li OUI! AIM
To keep coustaidlj In slock, bpeclaltlen iu
every department worlhyot the attention or all
persons In pursuit of Dry Ooods,
Our stock Is selected with groat care anil
marked nt prices lo fully correspond with tin
We have now on hand .pecl'illles In
HOMITll Hl! iiCHlII-.,
oi.ovo, nosiKin, ronsCTs,
And lu fact wo havo bargains ti cverydepnn
KID OLOVHS, ,T5. l.rd, 1.25, :,ts, 1,T5.
O. A. r.WiKIUJIiST, .1 CO.
Ilutland. August c, 1-TK. mavldtf
s a h i -:
A llrst-class safe lire and burglar proot com.
blued one of "Herring's Patent Champion," In
perfect working order. Will lie sold for less
ihnn Its real value. Apply at the Hauler Na
Jvisdtf t.. II. DOTTUM.
S A I, E
Thesuliscrlbirhns u candy apparatus com
prising a complete oullll for luanuiacturlng
candy, which he will soli tor less than oue-hnit
the original cost. Also, one heavy Truck Wa
gon, very cheap; and one pair of Double Woik
(ICO. W". CitAri.IN, Jr.,
9 Meixhunts' How.
Ilutland, May Si). niy20dtr.
O R S A 1. 1'. ,
-My house on tho corner of Main nnd Washing
ton street with or without tho two housesad
Also a desirable garden lot on tho south end
MAIN s T II ll n T ,
containing about rltty choice fruit treets.
MItS. V. W. HUNTOON.
Ehqulro of C, V. Huntoon, nt
. 1 ,... UtSDON HUNTOON'S.
Merchants uslnu- nrlnir-.t wrnnnlnr- will rirt
well to consult us beforo ordering, as wo make
as low ilgures ns Now York or Boston Houses,
and give i better accommodations In assorting
lots, while a gieat saving can bo mdo 011
freight. oColll. PATElt CO.