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THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2. 1878.
uhc gtuthuul gaily Globe.
Tt'KSDAY, SKlTi:.Mi:H 1873.
UlttlVM. AN(1 IIKI'lllTI'lii: OF H!U.
muss t n ri v k u kcusd.
I'uiu Bellows t'nlH, l;4'i a P:it a. in., '4:50
ts:8a p. m.
" liurlins'ton ling fll-i! a.m., Vi:d X
port Henry, "11:32 n, in
" UanDln-itnn, tlssn? p. m ' v.u A 'trta p.
" Jaralo?a, '11:4b n. m., moo p. m.
" Uleui, ii4e 4 t:3j a. m., mini i :! p. in.
Tilt INI LKIVK IICN.IMi.
I'm- Bellows Kails, ltow t4:Mn,m.,'li:injt 'l:oo
' liuilliKjlon, 1:4.1 Jl '.'.una. in., "2:3.i .t '.idop.
" Port Henry, r.:nr, p, in.
lletiulhgtoii, n-.mx ':30 n. in., A HM p. iu.
' Saratoga, 6:"0 n. in., A 'r:M p. in.
" i.Ui'in, 2:10 4- !:'' ii. in.. Mum tft-oo p. in.
Harlem i:len-luli wa), f.W J. In., mid J.iw p. in.
t'asteru wny, 11.4U a. m.
Troy uaj, 12.40 p. m.
1 ruv, 12.40 p. m., 3.51) p. in., an.1 9.3') p. in.
lltuny, 12.40 p. in., 3.ao p. in., and Mi p. hi.
Boston, 11.40 a. In., nii.J 9.3') p. In,
'nnndas, 1.15 p. in.
Northern wn, 2.00 p. in.
U irllngton, 2.oo p. in. anil s.lw p. m.
sa atoga way, 3.30 p. m.
u v Yo'l:, B.30 p. m. and u.so p. in.
Coi nectlcut ltlver way, 9.30 p. in.
Wuidslock way, (Stage) l.oo p. m.
rnlltciidcii, (Tuesdays and Hjtiinla.i-t '..' p. in.
stockbrldge (stage), :n p. in.
Harlem Kxteuslon way, 9.S5 p. in.
Kasteru way, i.'M p. m.
Troy w ay, 4.55 p. m.
Tro), 1.40 a. in., 11.45 a. in. and 4.U p. in
Albany, 11.4.'. n. in., 4.K. nuM D.in p. in,
Boston, 1.40 a. m. and l.w p. ni.
i ananas, ix.40 a. ni.
Northern wny, 11.3: a. in.
Burlington, 12.40 iuhI 11.32 a. 111.
Saratoga wny, 11.40 a. in.
New York, 11.45 n. in. and 4.5fl p. 111.
Connecticut ltlver way, 8.45 p. 111.
Woodstock way, stage) I1.5f 11. m.
Chittenden, (Tuesda)s and Saturdays! 1o.no a.m.
Stockbrldge (stage), 12:30 11. 111.
iw.valli will bo promptly closed at the sped
.Iced hour; all letters deposited In the Mreot
boxes will be collected at 8.45 and U.uOa. in.,
12.10, 1.30, 3.05 nua last collection lor nil nlgnt
malls at 9.00 p. in. All letters, deposited In tho
Letter llox at tlio llepot will be collected by
Itoute Agents lltu inlnutes previous In the de
parture of oacli 11111II train
O.YSHKS 11KUK AM) TIIKItK.
Tho sun sets to-night at fi:3:t : rises to.
morrow morning at fi:27.
Chas. H. Attvood, Esq., of Boston, and
I.eon Delrtic of 1'aris, France, were at the
Bates House yesterday, on their way to
Hon. Geo. W. Harinati and I fon. Tar
rant Sibley of Bennington were at the Hard
well House, yesterday.
The Gi.oiik Is under obligation to Henry
Edgerton, Esq., for a copy of his speerli
before the tax-payers meeting at Sacia
mento j also for the address of Gov. Xew
ton Booth on "the railroad problem In
J. P. Woodbury, of Atbol, nsi.,tant sup.
erintendent of the Springfield, Atbol and
and Northeastern railroad, lias icsigned to
accept a similar position on a road from
Sandusky to Cincinnati, of which, Mr.
Benedict, formerly of the New London
Northern lias just been elected superlnteu.
The Congregational chapel building is
rapidly going up. The luiek woik is
finished iiIkivo the second story and the
rafters are being laid.
We understand there, is to be a first-class
concert given here during fair week, in
which several musicians of good repute
are to take part.
Mr. Geo. W. Bcckwilli, of lluiliiigton,
received honorable mention from the com
mittee of award at the Vienna Exposition,
for Ills exhibition of the Gieen Mountain
The marble sidewalk in front of the new
Baxter National Bank is to be decidedly
superb, judging from the massive blocks
that arc already laid.
Dan Hlcc the circus man is coming this
Clergymen would do well to notify the
papers when strangers arc to occupy their
pulpits. It is a matter of interest to their
parishoners ns well as the public.
Camillo Urso, tho famous violinist, hav
ing returned from Europe is soon to visit
Oysters may be eaten now the Major
will fix 'cm up for you.
The Springfield litpubUectii says that the
Connecticut river railroad ran 11 special
train from Springfield at 2 o'clock Sunday
morning, to convey a New York man to
the funeral of bis father at Westminster,
VcrmontJ He arrived on llio Owl train
from New York, and put the road under
bonds to return him in timu for tho mid
night train soutli Sunday night. In Old
Testament times, they used to return when
the days of mourning were past. The days
of mourning are fetter in the nineteenth
We have received a sample of the mater
ial of which the balloon, "The Dally Gra
phic," Is constructed. This is tho balloon
In which Prof. Wise proposes to cross the
Atlantic ocean. In this connection it may
be relevant to say In response to the invita
tion to bo present on the occasion, that ac
cording to the opinion expressed by 0110 of
the daily papers of our State, published
outfldo of Hutland, It will add considerably
to the Professor's Mock of ijhh If he
should tako tho leporter of the Ifrrall
along with him.
The American deputation of Good Tem
plars arrived homo on Friday, The Ver
mont delegation nrrited on Saturday even-
Tuts Ilutland County Court commences
Its September term on Tuesday nest, Hon.
H. H. Wheeler presiding.
There aru nt present three hundred
boarders at the Equinox House, at Man
chester. Tho hotel nt Camels Hump, is not open
tills season, vet the place Is visited by
The next is Fair week.
The clouds of yesterday were deceptive.
A. E. Kankin, Esq., has b.en appointed
commissioner of tho United Stales circuit
court for tho district of Vermont, In the
placo of Judgo Hoss, resigned.
Tho New York and Niagara sleeping,
cars, between those points and Saratoga,
made their last trip of tin season on Mini,
The drawing 100111 cars running between
New York and Manchester, Vt via the
Harlem and Harlem Extrusion railroads,
are a great convenience to the New York
families, who make Manchester their sum
The tlcketH for the excursion to Saratoga
on Thursday next, are selling rapidly nt
Meeker's music store.
On the First pago will be found nn ac
count of the funeral af Rev. Dr. Todd nnd
Ilerndon'n Opera Hoiim) Company uro
playing at 8t. Albans.
OntUfiFqurlb'fage, Nattoua) Itovonu
and Expenditures, and Interesting rtellg
Ocn. Abner Doublcdny and wife left
Manchester for Xcw York ou Saturday
List, They take rooms for tbe winter at
llio Gllsey House The General has been
much benefited by Ills sojourn at the Equi
nox Home, breathing the pure air of tbe
On Sunday an excursion train ran from
Lancaster, X. II,, to the Twin Mountain
ltoii'c, taking a party of some three bun
dled to hear Rev Henry Ward Bccchcr
pi cacti. The spacious parlor which will
accommodate nn audience of 800, was
crowded and many were unable to obtain
As Gla'lonbury has achieved quite a ie
piitntlon as a pleasant place for picnic pin
tles and excursions, it may be Interesting to
note that Mr. W. Grain, the Superlnteu
trndent of the Bennington and Glastonbury
Itnllroad, has arranged his lime table so
that on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
the train will leave Bennington at one
o'clock in the afternoon, 011 the anlval of
the Hailem l'tonion train from Ilutland
tin- Glastonbury, and returning will con.
ncct tilth the liain for Ilutland Initio even
lii!.'. This will site an opportunity to visit
Ghstenbiiry duiiucthcnttcrnoou. A good
hotel Is located there with good nceommo.
datlons lor pleasure parties.
The Mlddlobury races under the man
agement of Mr. Dm lor ltlder have been
postponed, 11s the purses are not all tilled.
A coloicd man named Silas William
tins ancsted yesterday afternoon for ills-
turblng the peare and was brought before
,Iiitice .Marshall and lined ;l.00 and costs
which he paid.
Two boys named Thro. Vincent and
James Traverse were arrested nnd brought
before Justice Porter, yesterday afternoon,
charged Willi bieaklng the windows in the
School sti cct school house. The former
caso was continued on account of Insuf
ficiency of ! evidence. James Traverse w as
lined $2.00nnd costs tthich ho paid.
1. O. . '.
Grand .Master II. H. Dyer, has made the
following appointments of District Deputy
District No. 1, Geo. T. Morse, Burling
ton. Green Mountain Lodge No. 1, Bur
lington j C. A. Miles Lodge No. 31, St. Al
bans ; Northfield Lodge No. II, North
field ; Vermont Lodge, No. S, Montpe
lier. District No. Divlght Smith, Brattle
boro. Wnntasliquet Lodge No. G. Brattle.
DistiietNo. !!, L. G. Stiles, St .lohns-
bury. Caledonia Lodge No. ft, St. Johns
bury j Crystal Lake Lodge No. 114. '
District No. -l.C. E. Pinney, Middle, j
bury. Vergcrne.s Lodge No. 8. Ver- 1
gennes ; Lake Diinmore Lodge No. II,
District No. 5, J. G. Burton, Hupert.
Indian Hi ver Lodge No. 12, Hupert. !
District No. li, N. (!. Hyde, PouUnotv - i
Nctls Lodge No. 2.1;, Poultney. j
District No. 7, J. It. Burton, Beniiiug. '
ton. Stark Lodge No. f), Bennington.
District No. 8, E. B. Hollister, .Man-
chosler. Factory Point Lodge No. 85, Fac- I
District No. II, VY II. Heche, Eat Dor-
set. Pliivnlx Lodge No. 28, East Dorset.
District No. 10, Loring Attvood, Hut
land. Klllliigton Lodge No. ail, Ilutland ;
Center Lodge No. !!0, Chester; Pico Lodge
No. :12, Ciittingsvllle.
Itcal i;suiiu 'IriuisiiTH
The following is a list of the transfers of
Ileal Estate in Hutland, for the month end
ing August GO :
E M Edgerton and wife to Win II Dun
ton, hoiiscand lot on east side Grove street,
John W Cramton to Thomas Fleming
house and lot on south side West street,
Rensselaer Longlcy and wife to Geo. W.
Chaplin, house and lot on road from JIM
Village to Mention, ij200,
Lorenzo Sheldon to .Michael Huckctt,
H acres of land in West Rutland, $7n0.
Fredeilck Chaffee to Daniel Mahoney,
one acre land on "Deacon Smith road."
Loren.o Sheldon to Barney Conley, one
acre of land in West Rutland, 275.
Henry J.- Lessor and wife to Breeno
Miner, house nnd lot on south side High
Melissa Ostigce to Lucy S Millard, house
and lot on Willow street, WOO.
Albert Port to Albert Port, Jr., two
acres land on "qunrter-linc road," $200.
Gershom Cheney and others to G H it II
W Cheney, two lots laud on south sido of
Jackson avenue, ij-100.
Geo L Mussey to Horace G Haytvard, lot
on north side North street In Perklnsville,
George M Davis and wife to Samuel P
Curtis, house and lot on Park street,
Rev. W. W. Winchester, pastor of tho
Congregational church, who has liccn
absent two weeks camping out uniong tho
Adlrondacks mid beguiling tho speckled
trout from the clear lakes of that region,
has returned homo iu Improved health and
I). Edgar Hill, Esq., who has been for
many years a prominent breeder of flno
horses, has been seriously 111 for two
months with ncuto rheumatism and dys
pepsin of tlie worst style.
The cheese factory near the depot is
doing a large business this season, and is
turning out cheesn of nn unusually finu
Mrs. ,1, II, Squler, of Washington,
D. (!., wlio has been spending two months
with friends in the vicinity, returned to
Washington last week.
Col. 'II. F. "Dean contemplates golugto
California this fall with fine Spanish
merino sheep, of which ho is a successful
Hon. 11. J. Jones, C. I). Lane, Cher
blno A- Williamson, and William II. De
Long have recently mado sales of lino
sheep ut high figures for tho California
Painful Accidp.nt. A lad named Cun
nlngliam had one leg nearly severed from
his body, and was otherwise seriously In.
jured nt tho Central depot nt Burlington,
on Friday afternoon, by being run over by
tho construction locomotive. Tho little
fpllotv ivas dragged nearly two hundred
feet by the locomotive bpfore 1m was res-
It ill limit County,
An excursion to Saratoga and Albany,
under the nusplccs of the Methodist (So
ciety of this place, is announced for Wed
nesday. September 3d.
The walls of tho Catholic church aie
completed, and the roof Is to be put on Im
mediately. It -will be the largest Catholic
church In Rutland county outside of Rut
land. Simeon Allen, Esq., has completed the
foundation walls of his new icsldence, on
the west stdo of tbe paik.
Rev. K. C. Anderson, of the Congre
gational church preached bis faiewcll scr
mon on Sunday last. He goes to Andover,.
Mass., to further pursue his theological
Fred V, Wilder, for several years the
popular nnd clllcleiit teller of the First
National Hank, leaves this week to engage
in business clsett here. The best wishes of
scores of friends go tt Itli him.
The park walks arc being slated and
gieatly Improved. A Utile caic In making
the edges of the walks more regular, would
add much to the beauty of the p.irk.
Win. S. .Miller, son of William Miller,
the father of Mllleiism, who lives just over
the line In Low Hampton, N. Y., fell
from n load of hay recently, breaking Ids
shoulder In a shocking manner. As he Is
an old man, 1:1s full recovery Is terv doubt
ful. Sid. B. Wnlkins, formerly foreman of
the Falrliaven Journal ofllce, was in
town hist week getting subscilbiTs tor the
Whitehall Time, with which he is now
connected. "Hiram Green" is making the
Time a racy sheet, though some of Ills'
stoiics are a trille too flliy for honct and
Another dentist has hung out Ids shingle,
making Iu all tluee dental olllces and four
dentists In our village. The latest arrival
in tills pinfesslon, lives out of town, but
(hives In every morning, leaving his "pale
w bite," shadowy horse hitched to a tree in
tlie highway, dining business hours, with,
out food or drink. A good subject for the
attention of Mr. Bergh." ' p.
KAST H.tl.l IXllFllIMl.
All of the lumber linns in tliisjvicinlty ate
sending off their lumber as fast as possl
bio and no one of them has enough to fill
their orders. The snow being so deep last
winter ns to be a serious hindrance to their
getting in as much :u they otherwise would
There are no picp.initioiis being made as
yet to cut and draw any wood to the rail
road. Produce lemains the sime us List week
Willi no advance iu the prices paid then.
The Baptist Sabbath school had a ple.i
sant gathering Fridat afternoon. They
did not visit lake or mountain, but accept
ed the imitation of Mr. Eliaklin Ballon to
enjoy Hie grot e and piny ground iu front
of Ids residence. Tlie young people amused
themselves with the swing, croquet, and
English quoits. A well arranged and
bouutiful table giiieed the grounds, and
furnished choice viands for all (J'rn ) gratis.
Tlie school will remember this happy oc
casion as a delightful part of Sabbat h
Rev. Joshua Fletcher, D. I)., arrived
from Saratoga Friday afternoon, and was
expected to be present at the picnic.
The patty was disappointed in not wel
coming their former pasior and enjoying
There will be a conceit comprising both
Instrumental and vocal music, at the Con
gregational church, Tuesday evenini; Sept.
2d. Mr. Raiiuey of New York, will assist
our home talent. Little Ella Earle, Mir.s
.Mary Walker, .Mrs. Earle, Mr. Hllliard,
and the Mi.sses Hilliard, Mr. Seward Ainu,
worth and othcis will take part in tho ex
ercises. The funds will be applied to de
fray the expenses of an excursion for the
Congregational Sabbath school. The ex
ercises will be ol a unique and interesting
character, and worthy of patronano.
Tlii! visitors are gradually leaving for
their homes after a pleasant and agreeable
season. A large number left on Monday
John P. Merriain has been appointed
postmaster at Clarendon Springs.
'I UK VEI'.VONT COTTON MILL.
Among the many manufactories already
established in North Bennington, tho Ver
mont cotton mills stand nt the bead. This
is a stock company with 11 capital of .!150,
000, nil of which Is owned by P, L. Rob
Inson, Picsidcnt ; J. S. Lyman, Secretary
and Treasurer, and S. W. Wotthington,
Superintendent. The main building is 135
feet In length, 35 feet in breadth, four
stories high and unlit of wood. In addition
they have n picker nnd tapper room, which
isfiro proof; also icpalr shop, boiler and
draper rooms, all of which arc separate
from the main building; nlso thirteen ten
ement houses. The buildings nro all w ell
provided in case of lire, each building
being furnished with fire escapes, while
under the mill Is 1111 eight inch iron pipe
through which water Is forced Into a
hydrant house (fire proof) which Is supplied
with two large hydrants, and hero enough
is kept 011 hand to icacli any part of tho
mills or tenements iu case of tire. The
company run 7,000 spindles, 102 looms,
21) self operating carding machines, employ
100 hands, nnd their pay roll is 2,100 per
month. Their annual productions average
2,000,000 yards of cotton cloth, known iu
market ns (11x01 piiut cloths, which weigh
7 yards to n pound, tho present market
value of which Is $13,000 per 'month, all of
which has been taken for tho past six
months by the celebrated Paciflo mills
print wmks. Tho motive power is prin
cipally water, Although they are provided
with a (10 horse power engine which is
used ns a helper, and tho buildings nro nil
heated by steam. Within tho past thrco
years tho machinery has all been
put hi new, nnd Is of American make,
and slnco last February they have put In
shafting in tho weaving room, made by tho
Wood and Light Macblnii Co., with patent
couplings and boxes which are guaranteed
to run six months without oiling. They
hnvo also added two fifty horsepower
hollers from Pitkin Bros., Hartford, Conn.,
and one of Snow's patent water wheel
govorncrs, and good judges havo pro.
nounced their mill to be tho best supplied
of any In this section of tho country. In
deed, tho whole establishment presents un
appearance of thrift nnd Industry seldom
found tn this section which Is mainly owing
j iu iuc cnirrpnxu aim energy displayed oy
Messrs. Lyman & Worthlngton who aie
both young men nnd who are determined
not to be outdonu in any particular, and
they are rapidly reaplug the benefits thereof
as their goods meet with a rapid sale and
rank among tlie best In the maiket.
Taft C'oinmandcrv No. y have Just been
presented by Hon. Russell S. Taft, Lieut..
Governor of this stale, with a new set of
jewels. They aie made of silver with black
velvet attachments, and aie from the cele
brated manufactory of Pollard A Leightou
and bear the following Itiscilptloti i "Pie
sentcd to TaftCoiiimandcrvNo. 8, from 11.
S. Tuft, P. G. C, 1873." ' B.
IHllMiKli tire i:xllitL'lllvliil' ul liiw
Mule Co I r.
A practical test of the Babcock Extin
guisher will be made on the Fair Grounds
while the Fair Is In progicss. A building
will be constructed nnd filled with tar,
pitch, icslu and kerosene oil barrels, shav
ings and other combustible matter, nnd
when lcudy the wholo will bo thoroughly
saturated with benine audthen set on flic,
anil after burning long enough to enable
the public to appreciate the magnitude of
tile the It will be extinguished with a Bab
cock Extinguisher. The Intention Is to
make the test a set ere one, git lug eiery
one a chance to Judge for themselves of the
wonderful power of this machine.
lion. W.tiir.i: C. Dc.vio.v, Judge
T. C. Ibmnixs, Register of Probate.
Tlie following is the transcript of the
buslncs done in tlie Probate Ofllce for tlie
month ending August ,'i0, lH7!i.
August 1 Oliver Allen, it Jacob
Fuller, appointed guardian. Estate of
Samuel Spearlmttk, of l'lttsllelcl, ll-t of
claims i (-turned.
2 Ashley Clark's estate, Mlddlctowii ;
order of publication for M-tllenient
of administrator's account, September 2,
1873; John Biislln, itnln, guardians in
ventnry returned and approved ; Dennis
Chaffee, Pittsfoid, petition for license to
sell teal estate, hearing, Sept. 2, 1873;
Frank Quln's estate, Brandon, wavier of
4 Leland Dawson, Sliiewsburv , John
S. Dawson of Salem, N. Y., appointed nil
mlnistrator; JI. II. Dickerma and Ed
ward Chilson, East Wnlllugford, commls.
sloners and nppriscrs.
5 Otis G. Jones, Sliiewsburv, will
tiled, hearing Sept. 2;vSaniuel Spaiiiawk's
estate, Pittstleld, license granted to sell
7 Emery Johnson, Wnlllugford, will
filed, hearing Sept. 2 ; Charles P. Otis,
Clarendon, will filed, hearing, Sept. 2.
1C- Estate ofJAbijali Hudson, Rutland,
settlement of administrator's in count and
dccice of lesldue.
15 Estate of R. O. Monroe, settlement
of administrator's account, decice of ic
sidue tinder the will; I.iua Williams, Bran
don, will filed, liearlna, Sept. 23.
Ill Obadlah Smith, Cl.ucnilon, settle
incut of administrator's account, decree of
Ill Oren W Phillips, Pitlsford, inveii
tory of estate returned and approved.
.lames McIConncy, Brandon, intentory
returned and appiovcd; assignment of all
the estate to the widow.
Estate of John I, Eddy, Rutland : Geo
W Chaplin, administrator; .Martin G
Everts and Horace II J)yer,comi:ilssioners;
Horace II Dyer and Moses Haytvard, ap
praisers. 22-Jonn A Ciowley, Ml. Holly ; John
Crowley, appointed guardian.
Anthony Haley, D.inliy, insane; guar
(bans inventory retur.icd" and approt'ed.
Charles Allen, Mount Holly ; Junta Sar
gent of Pitlsford, appointed guardian.
25 Estate of Julia Plaisted, Rutland ;
F W Shcdd and Ben lv Chase, appointed
27,-Estato of Alpha II Post, Rutland:
intentory and list of claims lelurned. and
npprot ci I.
Ill, Ell.abetli McKYnnoy of Biandou :
211. Lucy Wilson, Pittstleld ; petition
lor guardian ; citation Issued. Hearing
2!)-Asa Noiirse, Pittstleld; llstol claims
Austin Bruce, W.illlngford ; list of claims
30. Elizabeth McKcnnoy, Brandon ; in
sane ; Samuel W Harrison, appointed
Alice Marsh, Mt Holly; Darius Hoiton
Dlslrlcl of t-'iiirlioi i n.
Hon. J. II. IIkomlkv, .lud;,'e.
IIkmiv Ll'i.tiiK, licKlster.
A summary of business transacted in the
Probate Court for tlie District of Falrliaven
in (lie. month of August :
August 8th .Mary E Goodell and Chas
G Goodell. miners, Wcsthavcn; annual ac
count of F II Goodell, guardian, filed and
11th Ellis Gray, minor, Indiana ; 11
censo granted guardian to sell leal estate.
llcnian W French's estate, Poultney;
petition of J 11 Gaines administrator i'or
license to sell rent estate, tiled ami icfenetl
to September 1st. Assignment of personal
property made to widow,
12lh Solomon Mlneberg's estate, Poult,
ney i appraisal returned and accepted.
Wilson Proctor's estate, Castleton : will
filed and reform! to Sept. 8.
18th John nnd Corn Dyer, mlnois,
Hampton, N. Y,, license granted guardian
to sell real estate.
lllthGriflltli Morris" estate, Falrliaven ;
Richard E Llovd appointed administrator.
23d Fitch Clark's estate, Pawlet ; Fa
yette A Bromley appointed administrator
25th Thomas N BoutwcH's estate, Cas
tlcton ; will proved ; Angelina F Houttvell
appointed executiix and C C Nichols and
James Wistvell appraisers nnd commis
sioners. Joseph Sheldon's estate, Falihaven ; II.
censo granted ndniliistrntors to sell lot In
11 W Fiench's estate, Poultney ; re
ports of commissioner selling out home
stead and dower returned and accepted.
Pliilo Hosford, Insane. Poultney ; Oltcct
Sherman appointed guardian.
20th -Morris Benjamin, insane, White,
hall ; annual and final account if Samuel
Among the arrivals nt tho Bnrdwell
House Sept. 1st, were tho following:
T M Sever lx.- wife, Jns McDonald, V R
.Griswold, New York; E Baldwin, T O
Nnsce, Boston 1 G 11 Jordan, Troy; PW
Harney, W L Stone, Burlington; Thos
Stewnrd, ir, Albany; S Blacklnton, North
Adams, Mass; O A Archer, Blacklnton,
Mass 1 GW Hannan, T Sibley, Bennlng.
ton; Thos Camody, II Prlchard, James
.MeCue, West Rutland : M W Pottcr.Potv.
nal ; J M Curtis. Manchester ; 8 H Ord.
way, Bellows Falls ; 11 O Pcabody, M
Grant llio: Orlando Gates, Mlddlctowii;
N Fish, Miss M Fisli West Haven ; 1) II
Judd, Ilethlcheini W 8 Eddy ,fc wife,
Whitehall; I. Collins, Port Henry; JasIC
Thompson, Essex, N YS O PLlscombc,
Albany; FTcbo& wife, Crown Point;
E A Brown, Saratoga; Miss Olds, Whlto
Ill the cars, All?, 30. on the Kit chbursr railroad,
ot disease ut tho heart, Joseph Ilurrasoor Pitts.
ford, formerly ot Arlington, Moss , sited to years
and 9 inonlhs.
Funeral fiom the resldenc; ot his brother,
"rjeoruo 1', Jlurrage, North Leominster, to-day,
(Tuesday,) at 10 a. m.
In Hutlnnd, August 31, Itosamond Mower,
aged 45 ) ears.
Funeral from tho residence ot George J,
Wardwoli, Wsles streot, to-day, (Tuesday,) at
9 o'clock p. m.
Special to the ULons.
Heavy Storm at Kecne, X. II.
Kerne, N. II., Sept. 1.
The luideit thunder aud hall storm of
the season visited Kecne this afternoon nt
three o'clock. The rain nnd hall cimc In
torrents for half nn hour, causing some
considerable damage. The shower was
much needed, although Its effects were loo
disastrous for good nature. i
Another Mine on Fire.
POTTSVILLK, Pa., Sept. 1.
Richardson's old slope nt Carbon, woiked
by tho Oakdale mining company, has been
on fli c since yesterday. It Is supposed that
no miners were In the slope ns none aie
inlslng, Tlie mules wcic got out in safety
and miners living In Hie vicinity I emoted
their families to a place of safety. Pint
of the roof caved in late last night nnd
water lias been pouring into tlie mine nil
night, but it will require a complete flood
ing befoie the fire em be extinguished.
Woik has been suspended, throwing a
large number of workmen out of employ
ment. The los amounts to several hun
dred thousand dollars. Sot end explosions
of llio damp have taken place.
Pursuit or the Ohio Train Robbers.
Si. Lot'ls, Sept. I.
A special dispatch to the Kansas City
Times from Clinton, Mo., says that on
Thursday night last n skirmish took place
near Moniiegan Springs, St. Clair county,
between an IowasheillT'sposseaiid tho train
robbers who recently attacked a train near
Des Moines, iu tthich one of the sheriff's
patty and one of the gang were wound
cd. The sheriff's party were iu hot pur
suit at last accounts. The adjutant-gcneral
has Issued an order to the military authori
ties of tills city to ascertain nt onco how
strong a force of militia can be mustered
hero for service if necessary. It is under
stood Gov. Woodson apprehends trouble
will grow out of the Calloway county
lynching affair, nnd search Is now in pro.
Kress for the Town train robbers, mid tlie
Governor wishes to be picpnrcd for any
emergency that may arise.
Granger Meeting Iu Boston.
Boston, Sept. 1.
A public meeting was held nt one o'clock
under tho auspices of the Hoston grange
at the Boston Commercial E.chauge and
drew a full attendance. The meeting was
called to order by John B. Bart
lctl, master of Boston grange, who stated
briefly tho objects of the meeting. The
principal question was that of cheap trans
portatlon of products from west to cast,
and a reform in railroad management
which wus not only necessary but Indis
pcnslble. He then introduced J. C. Abbott, Gen
eral Deputy of tlie National Grange, who
spoke of tho great revolution that was go
ingou in the country and urged the Im
portance of putting down this monopoly of
railroads. He gave statistics ot the earn
ings of the different railroads, necessaiily
icducing tbe profit of the farmer to almost
nothing. He contended that the cost of
freight and travel could be i educed to
quarter of tho present rales, and consldeied
it downright robliery us now managed.
There should be, lie claimed, n supe
rior power to combine and consolidate a
grange as only an organization that has
with any degree of success met this lnon
opoly. lie was followed by Hon. Amasa Walker,
who bad considered the great question of
railroad leforuis, and felt it ids duly to
come foiwnrd and do what lie could to ic
fonn this monopoly and piesented rates of
freight on dlffeicnt roads. He said that it
should be the business of Congiis to inter
fere and protect the buslnc.-s inteicsts of
the country. Ho spoke of three ways in
which a great object could lie obtained:
first, by n general law fixing rate of tratel
and freight on all roads in the countiy ;
second, to create new lines between the
principal depots of transpoitatlon, and
third, by purchasing all roads aud placing
them under government management to be
leased, which would open all roads to the
public at the cheapest rate.
He reviewed different plans and thought
tho last would be most feasible, lie con
sidered tlie question of railroad reform a
national question which would become a
political one, nnd ran only he achieved by
MonmsTowx, N. J., Sept. 1.
.Miss 51. Lee, aged forty-four, resident of
Madison, of good standing and family mys
teriously disappeared on Saturday night
last. She piepaied for her departure by
placing n thousand dollar bond bank book,
and sonio money where they could be seen
and left the house attired in her oldest
clothing and without a bat. She had been
wandeilng in her mind for tome time past
on tho subject of religion principally. The
peoplo of tho neighborhood uro searching
for her, but it is feared sbo has committed
suicide. A liberal reward will bo paid for
Information concerning her whereabouts.
A Counterfeit $500 Xotc.
Wasiiimqtos, Sept. 1.
The treasury received to-day from the
assistant treasury ut New York, n danger
ous counterfeit flvo hundred dollar legal
tender noto of last Issue 180!), so well exe
cuted as to deceivu men and sonio experts.
Particulars of the differences between gen
nine and counterfeit note, will bo furnished
for publication to-inoatow. Treasury ex.
perts nro now engaged in carefully examin
ing tho counterfeit. Tlie assistant Treasur
er of Now York suspected the gcnulness of
this nolo and sent It here for examination.
Drunken Woman Killed.
New Yoiik, Sept. 1.
In Granville, R. I,, Saturday, an Eng
lish woman, In it fit of drunken fury armed
herselt with n knife and nxe, and burst
open the door of tho house of a neighbor
with whom she had previously had difllcul
ty, was shot nnd killed by a boy of 18, son
of the master of tho house.
The Missouri Lynching Affair.
St. Louis, Sept, 1.
A special dispatch from Fulton says that
another victim of the Calloway county
lynching affair died tills morning. Tho
grand jury has adjourned after indicting
some six or eight persons for participating
in the lynching. It Is said tho county nu
thoiltlcs are determined to bring the guilty
patties to speedy justlcr,
Washington, Sept. 1.
The followln:; Is n recapitulation of the public
debt statement for tlie month of August :
nor HBtntvi) ixKttCir is coin.
Principal tl,:s4,42iyo on
interest 32,031,3m CO
UKor cKihisu Htrnnvr ix i.iwici. money.
UKIir Ott WIIIO! ISTSIUiSr ins cb.isfd stscu u i
1VBITV. Principal $lS,9.i'i,30 50
Interest soo.sai :u
DKOr BKiittxo no ivmnKST.
Hilnclnal tli:,:02,MS 03
Total 2,272,1 SH,S02 S4
CASH IX TIIK TltKlSlKV.
Coin tsr,Uo,S4il 05 !
Curreno 12,ol3,C90 H6 j
Special deiwsll held lor the re-
deinptlon of certificates of de- i
posits as provided liy law 32,210,000 oo
Total IDI.494,..3T 01
Debt less cash In tho treasury
September 1, 1973 2,140,C,W.S4 S3
Allgllll 1, 1373 12,147,44S,1II4 02
Peel ease of debt during the past
Decrease ot debt since March 1.
1S73 1,0Si,335 20
Decrease from March 1, 169,
to March 1, 1S73 30S,es2,,!i 4S
Ilonds ot 6 per cent l,2i!n,S6S,0.Mi w
Bonds ot rpcr cent 464,M2,80 oo
Cei-tlncales of Indebtedness al 4
Navy pension fuudot Spercenl.
Old demand mid legal tender
Certificates of Deposit
niisns lASt'kUTOTHK ruincKiii.no ti eowriNiK-s
(Interest payable In lawful inonej )
Principal outstanding tM,fl2:i,.M2 00
Interest accrued nnd not tct paid.. 40,23s 01
Interest paid bytheUnltedMotes.. o,4t,iiso 58
Interest repaid by transportation of
malls, fte 1,222,111 on
llnliiiiee of Interest paid bj Hi"
rnlledstntes l,oir.,s:i on
hik w.ttvAssKn VKmiicr.
The olllcial repot t of the Wawas-ett in
vestigation was made public to-day. The
inspectors recite briefly the history of the
Watva-ssett. and state she was considered
seaworthy iu all icspects, and allotted to
carry thirty cabin and twenty deck passen
gers. They do not believe the statement of
the olllccrs, that they did all they could
possibly do under tho circumstances to save
the lives of passengers. This opinion is
freely and clearly borne out lit evidence
taken in the case. Referring to tho testi
mony of Capt. Woods, they say tho sating
of tlie boat seemed to be uppermost in bis
mind, to the exclusion, at that time, of tlie
preservation of (lie lives of his passengers,
most of whom weio helpless women nnd
children. Accordingly, he says, he ordcied
the pilot to bend the vessel for shore, then
very near. Instead, howctor, of nssuining
command and directing the passengers to a
position iu the boat where they might provide
themselves ti lth life preservers, or ordering
tho crew to prepare the life-boat for use,
took some of tlie fire-bnekcts with which
to throw w ater on the tilicr-ropes, leat lug
the passengers to crowd together so as to
cut off all chances of escape, .lust at Hint
time the engine ceased to work, and the
boat stopped. The supremo moment
passed and Willi it tlie possibility of saving
life through the appliances on board.
Robeit North, engineer, testified that he
was at his post, and thcieln he Is support
ed by the testimony of the other olllccrs.
Indeed, tlie etidence of the olllccrs and
cietv coincide in nil particulars. They as
sort that there wus no time to do more than
was done. Tlicio was no opportunity to
save life ; that every man was employed
in the licst uiiinuer ttheretcr be happened
to be ; that boats, planks, etc.. were
thrown ovei board, nnd Hint hose was laid,
but water could not be applied, etc.
Tl e testimony ot some passengers of
more intelligence, peihaps, and cooler oh.
servntlon, sciiously contradict llio state
ment of the officers. After a caieful re
view of the wholo testimony produced be
fore us, we i egret to have to acknowledge
that the cause of the fire still remains a
mystery, but we me of opinion that It ori
ginalcd iu Hie fiieman's room, under the
font aid deck adjoining the forecastle, and
near the bulk connection of the boiler, and
wo recommend that inspecting icqiiiie nil
bulk heads, boiler hatches and other wood
work near and around boilers of nil steam
vessels to be covered with metal, leaving
sullloient space for ail to circulate between
such metal covering nnd woodwork ns n
pretentlte against tiituie disasters to
steamers by file; they fuilher find John R.
Woods, master, was acting without
license, that he had no organiza
tion or discipline whatever in the
fire department on board of bis vessel, ex
peeling, as he said, each ntliecr nnd cietv
to assist and do the best they could in case
of file and other emergencies. If hose had
been attached to either of the pinups', and
one or both of them promptly ii;-cil iu con
nection with the tlie ottingulslicr and
smother pipe, the latter of which was un
der ent'ne charge ot the engineer, we film
it believe the tire on the Watt assett must
have been put out and a dreadful calamity
avoided. Tbe negligence and misconduct
of the chief engineer of the steamer Wa-
wassctt prior to the burning of the steam
er, as well ns ids unolllceiiikc conduct nf
tcr the lire occui red, are nil, in our opinion,
deserving of the severest condemnation iiud
highest penalty provided by tho law. Wc
have, therefore, no alternative than to re
t oko tho licenso of R. Nast as engineer on
steam vessels mitigating waters within tho
jurisdiction of tho U. S., nnd it is so ordered.
J. J. Low ery,inspcctor of hulls, testified pos
itively tn picpaiing tho original certificate
of tho steamer, so as to admit of tlie cur.
liago of but tllty passengers and fifteen
olllccrs nnd crew, making a total of sixty,
five, The evidence was fully confirmed by
tho subsequent production of the original
certificate from files of the Georgetown
custom house. Wc, therefore, declare that
tlie Potomac Ferry company was running
tlio steamer Wawassett in open violation of
tho law and earnestly recommend that steps
bo promptly taken by tho proper olllccrs of
tho government to linposo upon said com
pany extreme penally ot tbe law for such
violation, us also upon John R. Wood,
master, and Robert W. Gravatt, mate of
tho Watvnssett, for plying their lespectivo
vocations without United States licenses In
defiance of the law. The report has been
referred to the solicitor general for such
action ns he may take in tho premises.
Ily tlio Cable.
QlIEKSSTOtVK, Sept. I.
Airived-Stcnmships Scotia nnd Samar
ia, from New York,
roitTBMODTIt, N, 11., Sept. 1.
Thomas Kelly, an Irlshmau living on
Washington street, in this city, Is missing
this morning, nnd is supposed to liave ltd'
len overboard and drowned,
Negotlntlons concerning tlio Ironclads.
Lo.ndo.v, Sept. 1.
The Times Hits morning publishes fur
ther particulars of the negotiations between
the British Vlce-Admlral Telvcrton and
tho Cartagena Insurgents lu regard
to the removal of the Spanish Iron
clads Almnnza and Victoria,
Upon notice from the admiral of his Inten
tion to take tho vessels of the insurgents,
answered that the forts would open fire
upon tho British squadron If the attempt
was made. This was on the 28lti. Ram
Natnaneler was brought to audio.- at the
entrance of Escambrera Bay, within range
of Lord Worden's British Itag ship, and
the two vessels lav with their broadsides
toward each other.
Tlie Lord Warden carries eighteen guns
and Is an lion plated screw steamer of
4,080 tons, Nutnunela Is nn Iron clad
steamer, and carries forty CS pounders.
On the 29th, Vice Admiral Telvcrton ic
plied that ho would allow foity hours for
reconsideration, at the expiration of which
time lie would take vessels. On the 30th
Senor Aguilus communicated to Vice Ad
miral Telvcrton, nt Hope of Junta, that the
nflalr might be amicably arranged.
No later Intelligence has been received
from Cartagena but It is believed that In
surgent Junta Intended to pieposc com
promises by which they should consent to
tlie removal of the Almanzn and Victoria,
on the condition that they be held at Gib
raltar, under guarantee from the British
commander not to surrender them to the
Spanish authorities until) differences be
tween the Madiid government and the
Junta of Cartagena are settled.
Theio Is little doubt but that the insur
gents will attack tlio British licet if they
attempt to remote Spanish vessels without
coming to sonic agreement on the subject.
W.n: Dmmkt.mk.nt, Oinci: or rnu
D. C Sept. 1. 18738 P. M. )
The storm pi evading over New England
and St. Louis valley will moye eastward,
followed Tuesday by fresh noithwesterly
to southwesterly winds and clear weather
over those sections.
From Xctv York.
New Yor.K, Sept, 1.
Charles W. Keep, a Wall street banker,
was robbed of over $20,000 on Saturday by
acleik named Edward Patterson. Just
before closing hour, Mr. Keep gate Pat
terson talfi.OOO in gold certificates. SH),
000 in United States bonds, nnd about $300
in cash to deposit in bank. Patterson did
not return, nud Mr. Keep, on inquiry of
tlio bank officials, found Hint Patterson
had not deposited cither the certificates,
bonds or cash. As the sectuitles stolen are
easily disposed of, being of what is called
'an nvnilablo" character, it is conjectured
that Patterson has fled to some other city,
where he will endeavor to dispose of his
plunder. Patterson is twenty years of
age, well built, with regular features, light
complexion, nnd sandy curly hair. The
chiefs of police of the principal cities of
the states and Camillas have been notified
to lie on the lookout for him.
Three deaths fiom cholera are repoitcd
at Wheeling, West Virginia since Satin,
The steamer Ironsides, belonging to the
Potomac steamship company, went ashore
on Hog Island Shoals Friday night, and
was totally wrecked. No lives lost.
Arritcd the steamship Nevada from Lit,
lltSK HA I I..
A match game of base ball was played
between the Atlantlcs and Athletics which
resulted in the following score : Atlantlcs
.1; Athletics 3.
The Rodman Defalcation.
New Yoiik, Sept. 1.
DEFICIENCIES Ol Sl'lttOI'E.
The assets of city treasurer Sprague of
Brooklyn, now in the hands nf the comp
troller, amount to two hundred thousand
dollars, and his seven bondsmen promise
to make good any deficiency. Sprasue's
defaulting assistant remains in jail,
coi.i.r.PToi: mi:i!oiniis cask.
Collector Burroughs denies in emphatic
laiuritagc tlie charge of Warren, the expert
accountant, that the moneys collected in
ids department hate been tilth held for
months from the treasurer, and thinks In
view of tin defalcations the city iieasury
would hate Uru better off if such had
been tlie case.
From Spain. -
Madiuh, tu'jit. 1.
a itues r or ixsui-uenti,.
The, uwmlxTS of tlio Insurgent .ItiuU at
Cartagena are already reported to havu
been arrested by Oalvez, one of their col
leagues. (Jen. Coutreras, President of tlie
Junta was quickly released and tho cause
of bis arrest is not kuown. Hanvallc is
charged by Gaiter, with treachery to the
Junta and with having altcicd and falsified
tho communications of Vice Admiral Tel.
verton to the Junta. Kwtmsthat in tbe
beginning of tlio uffalr with tlio British
commander Sanvllle was named by tlie
Junta to cany on tho negotiations on their
The Indian Attack Xot ConOruscil.
St. Louis, Sept 1.
Tim r.onvciitiorlli Times of yesterday
stales that a letter was received there on
Saturday from Fort Sill dated August 24th,
tt hlch makes no mention of Indian tumbles
or of apprehended attacks.
Killed by u Train.
I'OCKSUKKEI'BIK, N. Y., Sept. 1.
Joliu Demoad of Staatsburgh was struck
by u train on the Hudson ltiver railroad
last night and killed.
Big ltnllroad Business.
Concord, X. II., Sept. 1.
SUty-llvc cars, bearing nearly 3,000 pas
sengers and 1,271 pieces ot baggage, passed
southward over the Concord railroad, last
Saturday, which Is the largest number of
cars, passengers and pieces of baggage that
ever passed over the road lu one day of
Homo Thieves Arrested.
Nkw YonK, Sept. 1.
Two more horso thieves were hanged by
a mob In Benton county, Missouri, and
another of tho same gang has been arrf td
and l now lu Jail at Seilallr,
jVntv YorK Mock una money Murlci'l,
N'rw Yokk, Sept 1
The high rates for money were not maintain
tallied j business at final closownsat 435 per
Gold, speculation nettle.
Carrying rates nt 1 per cent.
Tho clearings at tho Oold Kxcliange to-day
Treasury disbursements 1o-djy amounted to
The Customs receipts to-day amounted to
Stocks active ulth wldo changes; opened
weak and declined a fraction ; reaction carried
everything up $t4i became again dull till
late In the afternoon when active buying again
began, ivltli a stiongfeetlnt'nt tho close. The
leading features tvero New York Central, Lake
Shore, Western Union, l'aelno Malt, lnton Pu
clue mid Wabash, the latter opened at 6Si, toIJ
up to 70,f, closed at C9t;,
Hold closed at lis'.'.
State bonds tery dull.
Stocks nctlte on Pacific Mall, OIilos, Western
fnlon, Lake Shore, Xew Yolk Central, Cnton
Pacific and Wabash, others Inactive.
The following are the closing quotations .
L. s. Os 'SI re'f ll iCIeveland, Culiini-
I . H. Rs St rviiinnti .1 I'll , lulu ,!.
V. S. B-20S 'C2 reg..1l0.vl.S.,l. Central....
I . S. f.-2is V.2 coup. 117 lioek island
I'. S 6-201 lIC01ip.ll7t!.MU. & Nt. Paul..
L. S. 5-20S TO old..1Is- do. prefened.
v . n d-us or, new . ii, t. w , tt
L. H r-20s'C7 119'j do. preferred
L.8 tvwtss US ,tnri ttayuc
IT. H M new 1144 All on and Terre
C. S. lo-40s reg. . . .lis,,. 1 Haute
L, H. l(M0scoiiiion.ll3k,: do. Dreieneil.
Currency os... 113.',, 'Chicago 4: Alton 103),
Delaw are and Hud- i Ho. preferred. 105
son Canal mvoiilo .V Mississippi. OS.-,
Mariposa l)t'l.,Lack. Ic We.st.100s,
,, u prof Hoston, Hartford A
Constituted Coal M.q
s-.iim ii vs i-.ne
C. c. & Indiana
Western I'll Ion
C. II. to .
.lllannlbal St. .to-
do. preferred. 4
; Union Patliic.
Pucllte Mall 43,1-j
ucision w nt e r
Wells, Fariro A: Co.
United utates i;.
lei 'Tennessee Cs.. ,
. 73 do. hew .
61V do. new-.
.I1ISSOUU (,s . ...
, 07 V
Xi-tr Yoik Central
A II, li. 1! 1044
La. lis now
no iircierreu V
do. preferred.. 133
Michigan Central.. m
Panama 116 V;
; (la. 0s
Union Pacllle soj. I do,
Lake Shore a Mich ISpeclal Tax
So K'; 'North Carolina (Is. M;h
Illlmls Central lo I do. new.
den-land & Pitts- South Carolina as.. 3
burg sot, i do. new.
Chicago North- .iKvchange, long...l07,
western 64', Do. slioit lost;
do. preferred, si
Aetv York Produce JMnrUoi.
New Yonir, Sept, I.
Cotton Moienctlto demand chlenv for snln.
nin?, prices without decided change, sales of
s,37 bales at 20 vc for uplands.
1"i.ocr. Itecelpts, S3,lll bbls. Tho market
modcrato request, pi Ices generally without dc.
elded change ; shipping grades nro scarco and
bring full prices. Sales of 12,
6C0 barrels nt $5 10 w 8 cs for superilhe
esiern iinu ntttiu, tu.w uy lur cuinmon
to good Kxtra western and state ; lO.TOt
7 M for good to choice do : S7 NvartJS CO for
common to choice white wheat western extra;
to 45 c 8 ci) for common to good extra Ohio ;
$6 75 (310 75 for common to choice extra St.
I.OUIS. l no ninrnei closing sieauy.
UvkFlocr. The market is acute and linnet
at 4C0(.i 70 fur common to choice.
corn .meal. Tlie market lor corn meai is
tn fair renuest and steady at 3 15T33 40 for Wes.
tern, tho latter for fancj brands ; t-s 7ra3 so
Whiskkt. The market Is steady with fair
Wheat. Iiecctpts 109,49s bush. The market
Is fully lc higher, with :i good export inquiry
both for forward and present de
livery Sales of 130,000 bushels ut $14.1 loi
very Inferior N'n 3 spring ; $1 52 for new No's !."
and 3 Spring mixed, on spot and to arrive soon ;
tl fa" for new No. 1 nn.l !! Chicago mixed;
$1 5S for new No i .Milwaukee and new No. v
Chicago ; 1 1 fcii c; ror new anu oiu winter rcu
western; $1 "y, for old white western.
ltVE The market Is nglfio nndllrni. Satea
ot 78,000 bush at 9.'.c for inferior western In
IiARLEt. The market is dull an nominal.
IHM-ky Malt. Maiket Is quiet, steady.
Corn. Receipts 4f.0 37C bushels. The market
Is shade llrmer, brisk home trade and fair e
port demand. Sales 35s,ooo bush, nt f.7ft5SMc for
steamer Western mixed; rwaci for, sail do:
civsoa for high 'ulxed nnd Yellow western cc
(3M0 for while weslern ; M for heated ; 54X0
for kiln dried.
oats Itecelpts 29,150 bush. Market Is quiet
Sales of 53,000 bush at 43.il3,s,c fur mixed west
ern, latter price ror new ; MytG 4Sc for white
western : 42(3430 for black western.
Hons The market Is quiet and stcadj at Shi
23 for weslern and 23c for State.
Hay. Market Is steady al '-'7 23 fur prime )Sr
Coffee Market Is quiet and strong. Illo
Scoah. Market Is quiet nnd t cry firm ; renu
lng nt8i rsB
Molasses. The market Is quiet and firm.
ItiCE Maiket Is .Inn at si,c0c.
Petroleum, The market Is quiet at &H Tor
crude and 17 li for refined.
Total stock nf grain In narelioiise Ausust 31,
Kye , SC.247
Ilarley , 5,f.sl
llarlej Malt 2S1.0S1
Pork. Market Is quiet. New mess cash al
(IT AOtil" "A, latter I'rlee for Job lots. Total
stock September 1st is 53,.'.SC, of Mlileli 32,5!0nrc
11 kef. Market Is steady; plain mess $9i.i
10 50; extra do 111 25&12 50. Total slock Sep
tember 1st Is 123,820, of which l5,7or nro old.
BKW Hams. Market Is quiet at 25 Ci 2s,
for common to prime lots of Western and
Tikrck IIkkk Maiket quiet dull nt ISiSS'iefur
prime mess; 22M24 fur India mess.
Ccr Mkits, Market Is dull and unchanged ;
I-jalUfur hains.si, fer 31ioulders ; middles quiet
and llrm : long clear al k.rvc.
LtRD. Market Is stead). Sales of new u
sc; s 5-loc for old weslerii mid Ucain,
IlcTTER. Maiket is quiet and steady
at 1025c for lair to prlmo western : 2S".1J
Ciieesi:. Maiki t Is quiet and stead) at 12
Kll',c fur fair In inline Slate factor).
r. BAXKltUI'TCY.-niSTlUCT or
L VIMi.MONT, SS.
At Itutland, the 1st day ot SepteniberA.il.
The undersigned hereby gives notice ot nis
mnointtnent us iisslciiou of John C. Page, of
Ifntlfimt in Hi, rniliilvnf lOltlnnrt. nmi Mnie
of Vermont, within said district, who has been
auiugisi a iinnKr!!i)i. iijkiu ins ciruiiui a jhtuikju
by the OlslJ let court of said district.
TX BAXICltUl'TCy.-DISTHKT Ol'
X VKIt.MO.NT, SS.
At Itutland, tho Mth day of August, A. f
m 1, ...!., r.1. uu ,,Al nr I, .
1 1IU UIIUl 131SUC'. I" IV. ',1 ,,V- "UlllUV, III,
appointment as assignee of John Cain, ot Itut
land, In tbe county ot Itutland, and slateot
Vermont, within said district, who has been
adjudged a bankrupt upon his creditor's peti
tion by the District court of said distilet.
,i.( nn l.uui.iiiu.N, Assignee,
DISSOIATIOX XOTK'K. -The co
partnership of Parker, nilson fcliewe).
Is this day dlssolted by mutual consent. The
business will bo continued under the Iinu name
ot Ollson 4: Dewey, they assuming nil the In
debtedness of the Into llrm, and lu whom ,i I
dues must be paid.
IC. P. UILSON
WYU Itutland, sept, 1, 173. sldlw.vt-.il
1 K X T H A I, II O I' S K.
inii:s AND AUNTS
1)1 NINO BOOMS AND ItKSTAi'UA.Vr
flood rooms with iietv furniture, .
Hoard by the day, weeUormoni'ti, at reason,
II will be conducted on the "lluropcan Plan,e
and every effort made lo secure the comfort and
patronage nt the public.
mums foii mkam.
Breakfast from 0J to 10 o'clock.
Dinner " 11 to .1 "
Supper " S to 8
From 8 lo tOj a. m., and 8.to,t).pj-,i t
j, a. salsbLhv, vroprlowrV'
Huiland, Vt Aur, is, ma, dim '