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THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1, 1879.
&hc Jutland Daily Globe.
TIU'KSDAY, HKPTF.MHF.il -I. 187!!.
tlllllVAl, AMI IIKPAIIITIII: of' TiniNi.
THIV AnttlVK AT M'TLAM.
I'loiu Heltons Kails, I ski I9:?n n. m '2:20
1S:3B p. til.
" rnirtlugton ls:io ,l"ll:'!-!i , it-nlA
" Port Henry, 'll'Si a. in
" lionnlngion, turns p. in., is;2'i A 'wip,
' Surntoffn, '11:4.. n. m., P:0n p.m.
" "nlm, imo K ts:?,u n. in., tano A- 4:'. p. r.i.
ikviss i.kvvk iinnsti.
Pi llellnws l'nIls,l!;fto14:30n,ni.,"t2:IO.Vti'.:00
' Iwrllturton, li A' 15:irt n. in., "twin f; W p.
" Port Henry, 6:oh p. in.
" llentilhKton, 18:00 A' t:30 n. in., ,v. 12:20 p. lu.
" Saratoga, n:00 n. in., A 3:W p. m.
' alein, 2:i0 X 19:00 n. m lum A' ttwio p. in.
Iluilein Intension Way, ii.nri a. in., nmt S.im p. in,
Knstcrn wat, 11,10 n. in.
Troy way, 14.40 p. in.
'I roy, U.40 p. m., s.no p. ni nml it.Sii p. in,
Ul.miiy, u.40 p. in., 3,30 p, in., itml 'i.:m p, m,
Boston, 11.40 a. la., nnd f.30 p. In.
Canadas, 1.10 p. in,
Northern way, s.uo p. ni.
II irlhigton, 2.no p. in. and C30 p. in.
sa -ntogn wny, s.so p. m.
Ne v York, s.so p. in. mid 9,30 p. m.
I'm nccticut Ittver way, o.ao p. in.
Woidstock wav, (Stage) l.oo p. in.
Chittenden, (Tuesda.vs nnd Satnrdnvs :i.im p. in,
Stockbrldge (stagei, l:oo p. m.
MAI 14 AHIHV'K,
llnrlein Kitenslon was, Ai p. tn
Knstern vv ay, S.so p. in,
Troy way, 4.K p. in.
Troy, 1.40 a. m., 11.45 a. m. and 4.K. p. in
Albany, 11.4.1 a. in., 4.t'i and Mi) p. in.
lloston, 1.40 ft. in, and i.tn p. in.
Canada, 12.40 a. in.
Northern way, 11,82 a. in.
llurltngton, 12.40 and 11.31 n. in.
Saratoga way, 11.45 n. in.
New York, 11.45 a. in. and 4.ftft p. in.
Connecticut Hlver way, 8.4.'. p. ui,
Woodstock way, (stage) ll.es a. m.
Chittenden, (Tucsda.VHnndHaturdn,isV in.'ui n.in.
stockbrldge (stage), 18:30 p. in.
Mr-Malls will lie promptly closed at the sped
Heed houri all letters deposited lu the street
botes will be collected at 8.1.1 and 11.00 a. In.,
li.lo, l.ao, 3.05 nnd last collection for all hlgnt
malls, at o.nn p. in. All letters deposited In the
Letter llox at the Depot will lie eolleeted liv
Itoute Agents mo minutes previous to Ihe de.
pnrliire of each mnll train
VAit Dr.pAHTMtixT, Orrtci: ok iiik )
1). C, Sept. !), 1S7.! S I'. M. )
For Xew England on Thursday, winds
backing to southwest and southeast and in.
creasing cloudiness and probable with ram
during the afternoon or evening. For tho
Middle Slates and lower lake region fresh
and brisk southeast and southwest winds,
cloudy weather and rain.
DASHES IIEIIE AMI TIIEltE.
The sun sets to-night nt fi;;!0 rises to
morrow morning nt fi:21).
The regular communication of Center
Lodge, No. .14, P. & A. M., will be held at
Masonic Hall, this (Thursday) evening, at
7.30 o'clock. Mnstcr Masons, in regular
standing, are cordially Invited.
Five car loads filled with excursionists
for Saratoga, left nt five o'clock this morn
ing under the direction of C. H. Staples.
The excursion party letnrns nt 0 p. m. this
The Chipmaii monument is in the hands
ot the workmen at the Oliver maililo and
granite works, and 'will be finished by the
middle of the month, when the dedication
will take place nt Tinmoiith.
Hatlcdgo is still busy witli his mtistlc
brush, nnd has lately painted some line
signB, among which, in addition to those
already mentioned, are one for Ilearboni,
the picture franicr, and has also painted
signs over tlic doors of the rooms In the
Town Hall building, occupied by the En
glne and Hook and Ladder companies.
Mr. Martin P. Flack, tho former well
known nnd efficient book keeper nt tho
Ilaxtcr National Hauk, resigned the above
position on tho 1st of the month, nnd is
now connected with the clothing house of
Mason & Jcrkow ski, of this village. We
wish him much success in his new capacity.
Ex-Governor Hiland Hall was In town
Much merriment was created a day or
two since, in Mlddlctown, nt the expense
of n certain stage driver. It seems ho wus
trying to drive tho "bung" into a barrel
tilled with molasses, and ns it went rather
hard he got on to the barrel and attempted
to drive it In with his boot. The result
was tho head of tho barrel came out and
let Mr. Stage Driver Into the molasses,
tilling his boots full of the precious article,
and making him cut quito n sorry and
"sticky" appearance. A sign was hung
next day on his premises stating him lo be
a "Molasses Tvcfincr."
The Vienna correspondent of the New
York Trilntnl states that Fairbanks Sc Co.
have received, at the Exposition, the
"Medal of Progress" for their scales, which
is one of tho highest awards that can be
A new central billiard hall has been
opened at Burlington.
The Father Mathcw temperance societies
of the country are mnklng preparations for
the celebration of the biith of the great
apostle of temperance, on the 10th of Oc
tober. It Is estimated that fifteen hundred per
sons left Saratoga on Monday last. One
train took three cars full of baggage, and
was then compelled to leave some behind.
And yet the arrivals almost make good the
loss. Saratoga Is by no means deserted.
Tho Delawaro and Hudson canal com
pany, which, beside running half a d07.cn
railroads and two canals, owns latgo niiii
lug tracts In the coal regions, bus mined
1,833,431 tons ot coal this year.
Prof. II. M. Seely, of Mlddlebury Col
lege, has accepted an Invitation to address
the Vermont Pharmaceutical society, nt
their convention at Burlington, on the 2.ith
Inst., on the subject of establishing a sihi ol
Tho article on the Iron Interests of
Northern Now York is one that should ic.
eclvo the careful reading of our citizens, as
Hutland is the center of tho Iron district,
and a point from which Its distribution to
all sections will eventually take place. The
article Is timely In view of impoilnnt
measures already on foot, which will
directly identify Hutland with tho Iron In
terests. Wo nro Indebted to tho Plaits,
burgh Jtepublinm for the article given this
One-half of thu interest In the Vermont
Phoenix nt Hrattlcboro, Vt , hns been pur
chased by Olln L. French of ICcene, N. II.,
eceutly principal ot tho Keeno Sentinel.
Ir. Prouty is tho retiring member of the
rm of Prouty & Stcdman, who hnvo
ned tho Phn-nlx. Mr French will now
lumo, with Mr. Stedan, tho Joint ed.
lal management ot that paper.
en. W. W. Henry, of Burlington,
lis a paper at tho "Camp Firo" of tho
(Ind Army of tho Itepublle, nt Ulnes
bVh, on Friday evening
The gentleman who was fined for keep
ing n saloon open after eleven o clock nt
night, has petitioned the Hoard of Aider
mou fur Its remission on account of
It Is iiimoied that Lansing Mlllls, the
agent of the Vermont Central lino lu Hos
ton, Is to succeed Supcrlntcrdcnt Hohait
lu the position of general freight ngent.
It tost IJuillngton over five hundred dol
lars per nullum to support Its Insane poor
nt the Vermont nsyluin at Brattleboro.
Henry Hunter, sou of the Into Henry
Hunter, I). )., of Clarendon, nnd after
wards for several years a settled pastor, In
Xcw York city, has been preaching during
his vacation from the Theological Seminary
Three chaps from Xcw Haven, Conn,, by
the name of II, S. Ilarber, Samuel Smith
nndWnrrcn Dill, nre "footing It ". to Wil
llanistovvu, lu this state, nnd home again,
300 miles, for the fun of It, and propose to
do It In 20 or 2,i days.
Stiitc fi'ntr IYoti
The Fair grounds now present a lively
appearance. Sheds and box-stalls for the
horses have been built all along the north
side of the ground and alio on the greater
paitof the west end, and n line of sheds
have been built on tlioent and near the en
trance, making a good set of substantial
acroninioilatlon.s for the keeplngof horses
during the Pall-, which ate also almost on-
tlrely new. j
An additional attraction is also made in j
the rcHorlngnf the seats. This Is being
done In n very satisfactory and workman
like manner. The coveting is built over
nnd entirely Independent of the seats them
selves, covering every seat when com
plcted nml giving an oppoitunlly for an tin
obstructed view of the race course from all
pails of the gallery. This makes the best
row of scats 011 any ground.in the Stnte, the
seats being cntiiely new and the cowling
also making a fine show and of great inipot
tanre to visitors.
The St. Albans Mtmwnger says: "lie
member the state fair at Hutland next
week. It is a pleasant ride through the
vallics of Lake Champlaln nnd Otter
Creek nnd a tern nlen'iint village where the
fair is to be held, and as wo have no doubt j
the latter will be of much interest ewn lo 1
Franklin county farmers, we would ailvi-e ,
them to attend."
All the horses of the Vermont Horse
Stock Company 111 e to be exhibited at the i
Stale Fair. These horses w 111 not compete
for premiums. The display of horses in
cluding these w ill be greater than ever seen
in tin state before.
An I'lilurliiiiulc Visit.
Mrs. L. A.Pratt, a sister of the wife
of our townsman, Benjamin Bil
lings, has found that Hutland Is a better
place to isit than Burlington. Hnving
been here, for several days, with her sister,
she left. Friday afternoon, for Burlington,
proposing to pa-s a few days or weeks
with her friends there. She arrived at the
house of her friends in excellent health
and spirits, but had barely time to remove
the dust of travel before she met with an
unfortunate accident. Starting for the
stairway lo come to the rooms below, talk
ing pleasantly, in the meanwhile, with an
acquaintance, she stepped down, but In
stead of touching a step, she fell into
space, and precipitated headlong to the
floor of the dining room below. She was
taken up insensible, with her face nnd neck
severely contused and the left shoulder
fractured. She wns, of course, promptly
caied for, the fracture 1 educed, and is now
recovering rapidly. Burlington's recep
tion, however, wns too severe for her, nnd
she returned here, yesterday, bearing the
fatigues of her journey remarkably well.
AiI'IInou Count' Shvoii.
Messrs. Hammond and Severance have
been busily engaged for the last few days
preparing cars for tho reception of the vast
flock of sheep which they have purchased in
this county. This makes the second herd
that they have shipped to the golden state.
Five ears were loaded with about ono hun
dred and twenty-five each, and what seemed
better about it was, that each one was sop"
arated from the other, so they would ride
comfortable. Their room was a good deal
liko "Old Pluiubey's" religion, they each
have enough for their own use, but not a
bit to spare. If these sharp businessmen
can't pull tho wool over tho Californians
eyes and make n good thing out of the largo
risk we don't know who can.
Black's Striskoiticon will bo exhibited
in Uulland on Monday and Tuesday even
ings of next week. Tho programme for
Monday is entitled "Palestine. Egypt nnd
the Arctic Itegloiis." This collection of
views were taken from nature, and nvcrngo
18 feet square, as they arc thrown upon tho
screen. These views enable 11s to see ob
jects of interest, ns they appear In thoso
distant regions, and thus Impart lu an hour
more information nnd in a clearer and 111010
effective style than can bo acquired from
books or oral descriptions. The exhibition
begins at Alexandria, shown Pompcy's Pil
lar nnd Cleopatra's needle ; ascends tho
Nile to the first cataract, passing the ruius
of the ancient cities nnd temples ; gives
pictures: of the Pyramids, Memnon statues,
nnd the Sphinx ; descends to Cairo cross
ing the desert to Mount Sinai, and then
turning northward, visits all tho pilnelpal
towns and noted sites of Palestine.
Part second exhibits the marvellous seen
ciy of tho Polar Beglons, by views taken
by Mr, Black's representative, who accom
panied Dr. Isaac I. Hayes and William
llratirord's expeditions to the far north.
A L.m:iik Family. Recently the
dien of Ilev. Lewis .Jenkins of Burke,
a family meeting nt tho old home,
.lenkins is tho father of twenty-one
dien, twelve daughters and nine sons.
Tun 'ViV Vi'enH says 1 Happening in nt
tho oilier of the Vermont life insurance
company, on Saturday last, wowere shown
an application for a policy on tho life of u
young man aged S3, having thirteen
jounger brothers and sisters, all in good
health, having lost ono brother lu Infancy.
A great grandmother of tho family is still
living, aged 08 years. It Is needless to say
that tho nppllcnnt is tho enterprising gicat
northern berryman, Mr. Joseph Chauvln,
Hops. Hop picking has begun rather
earlier thnn usual, owing to tho recent
frosts nnd heavy winds breaking tho vines.
Tho average number of poles to tho aero
Is 1,000. Ono aero will produce BOO pounds
of dried hops. Tills year Is considered a
poor ono for hops. Tho present market
price Is 23 cents per pound.
: it wit fit
AS ENMOVAnLK (lATIIEKINU.
The icccpsloii given by the members of
the Hnptlst society last evening, to their
pastor, Itev. IMward Mills, on his return
from Europe, was quite n rechciche nffnlr.
The ladles of the society had arranged the
spacious vestry room for tho occasion In n
most appropriate and bountiful manner.
The loom was decorated lavishly with
flow ers, cvcrgrcciis nnd wreaths, the walls
were hung with their emblems of beauty
by nrtlstlo fingers, the flowers were
wrought In many handsome devices and
tho room throughout was fragrant with
their sweet perfume. In the centro stood
a table upon which was arranged n most
exquisite wreath of flowers, while perhaps
tho most noticeable, point In tho decora
tions wns the word "Welcome," whoso
letters were wrought of evergreen, which
wns placed upon the wall above tho desk
and betokened In brilliant style the mean
ing of the gathci lug nnd tho grrrting thnt
wns so cordially extended.
The seats were arranged about tho room
for thoc who wished to sit, while ample
spare was had for the tunny who enlivened
the early pait ot the evening with the
promenade around the brilliant circle that
The occasion brought together not only
the greater portion of the church-goers of
the Haptlst societv, but also a large mini
j her of ladles and gentlemen from all
tho different church societies of the Ul
lage. The room, ns regards the people
that filled It. presented a gay and happy
spectacle. All seemed duly to enjoy the
hour thev were together, and make every
one else enter Into the spirit of Hit- occa
sion. After some time spent in social Inter
course, tho people were nkcd to lislen lo a
few rcmaiks concerning the object of the
gathering, which were opened by
lll'.A. K. W. IIOUNKIi,
who, In a few well chosen words of wel
come, expressed the minds of those pre
sent, substantially, that he had been called
upon to extend a greeting to tho pastor
upon his safe return lo his chinch and
parish 14110 more ; to give him the assurance
that lie had been greatly mlsed during Ills
absence; In the pulpit and nnioug the
parish: at Ids home and by the wayside;
nt the bedside of the sick nnd the couch of
the dying. The people are glad nt his re
turn, for the feats and apprehensions fell
by them for his safety weie now allayed.
We all know of the many that have been
swallowed up by the ocean on their
journeying, and on that account the people
were doubly glad that he was with them
once again. All have missed you, said the
speaker, the sick and the well alike ; those
on beds of sickness have longed to sec your
face again j those on the bed of death have
waited for your return, lingered and
lingered, seemingly for no other reason
than to see their dear pator once more be
fore they died.
In ourontiTpiNoiisnchureh, in the build
ing of this church the pastor has been
greatly needed and mi-sed ; the parhli lias
longed for your return for many rersons;
some have wished to be married but could
not because the pastor was away; others
have had babies to be christened, but have
waited for the minister to perform the
woik. But now we assemble to bid you a
hearty x clcomc ; from our hearts and by
our hands; by these beautiful (loners and
through these eergro"ns hung In honor of
your presence Vermonts' artmr vitne, that
lias been brought here to befit the wel
come given by these warm hearts and
smiling faces, and the tea that the ladles
have procured all show our gladness and
bids you welcome with our united hearts.
liKsi-oxsi: or imv. mi:, mii.ih.
l!cv, Mr. Mills in response said that
while he w as abroad ho had talked fre
quently and boldly nsYnnkees nre apt to
tnlk of the superior beauties of his native
land and the many excellencies of her peo
ple, in the land ot the free and the homo of
the. brave. Therefore the audience must
judge of Ids surprise when upon his return
ho wns subjected to nn Instance of petty
tyranny, and that even bis ow 11 wife w'ns
one of the leading conspirators against
hhn. Tho people knew well how much be
loved them nnd the church, and when the
evening before on assembling for usual
prayer meeting, this room, usually dcoted
for that occasion, was shut and he wns
positively forbidden to enter it. But
now the conspiracy is made know n and
aside from Ids objection mentioned he
he heartily appreciated its objects. Un
worthy as he thought himself ho could not
but feel grateful for this kind welcome and
gathering. The beautiful preparations
made were particularly enjoyable on such
an occasion and he knew that the throng
enjoyed them as well ns himself.
In his absence he had missed the familiar
faces now seen again. Ho had traveled
alone for the purpose of benefitting him
self by knowledge of other nations and
other people, hut many times he had felt
the need of a familiar homo face ; his
church and congregation had been often in
Ids mind and In fancy beforo him. Especi
ally was this so upon tho Sabbath, as his
loneliness then was quite painful. The
letters ho had received from home had been
gratefully received and eagerly read, but
on many occasions, had Professor Wise's
pioject been consummated he would have
been first to patronize it in a trip across the
ocean to his home.
The voyage was rapid but stormy, and
the speaker felt more than ever tho Infinite
power of God in holding the winds and
waves in his band. Although some eight
bundled Vntls were with him on the pas
sage, not a death occurred on hoard ; tho
ship rodo safely home, although ono hun
dred and twenty-fivc vessels were lost by
the recent storm,
The speaker then referred to thr recent
death of Mr. Pooler, ono of his parish,
w horn ho visited but a few minutes before,
ho breathed his last, and also of attend
ing the funeral of MIsb Mower, and ex
pressed his mournful satisfaction in being
able to attend these, the first deaths hi his
parish since his departure for Europe. Ho
then announced that ho Intended to have 11
6oclnl hour like the present set apart onco
In two weeks for tho purpose of giving tho
people his expcrlenco while on his journey
In Europe, and concluded his icniaiks by
saying that tho tea provided wns waiting,
and ho would detain them no longer.
Bev. H. F. Austin wns then called upon,
and happily responded, saying ho wns very
glad to bo hero at so pleasant a gathering
as tho present ; to beo tho enjoyment en
tcrcd Into so heartily by all present, and tho
devotion manifested by the people for their
pastor. Ho would, however, tako exception
to somo of tho remarks niadc.and would beg
leave to sny that although Mr. Mills wns
trrrpllmi lo Itnv.
away, there were other ministers nenr who
could nttend to those Who were nnxloui to
bo married as well ns lit, nnd nlso lu regard
to tho christening, nltho' he believed that
cnino under tho management of tho Kpiiru
pal church. He would protest against
further speaking on account of the extreme
hunger expressed by their pastor, whose
English stomach was greatly In need of re
freshmen t, nnd, therefore ho would say no
A song, appropriately entitled "Welcome
Home," wns rendered with pleasing effect
by the church choir, assisted by others
from the audience, which greatly enhanced
tho pleasure of the evening,
Ilefreshmcnts In great variety weio then
served by the fair onqs ot thr society, of
whom theio seemed to bo n large number,
which were duly discussed by the assem
bled company and nn Informal and highly
cnjoynblo hour or two wns spent to the
hearty satisfaction of all present.
Kli-Kllix or .11 odors XYitiilrd,
Where are the Ku-Kltiv? A band of
them, or a second edition of the gentle
Modocs, are wanted at White Hlver .(unc
tion to massacre or lift the hair ol ceitaln
express nnd mall employers. Since the
opening of tho South Eastern road to New.
port, several of our business men have or
dereil express matter from Boston an 1 other
places over that road, in order that It might
be received a few hours sooner. But the
express invariably comes over the Central
and Mlsslssquol roads, although plainly
marked via the Passuinpslr nnd Soulli
Eastern. The postmaster here a short
time ago, wrote to the Boston postmaster
and requested a bag should be made up
for Hlchford, East Hlehfoiil, North Troy,
Newport Center, etc., and sent up on tfie
nlglit train via the Passumpslc, so that we
could get our mail eaily in the morning
instead of just beforo noon, as It now
comes In tlic Mlsslssquol road. The bag
has been sent ns requested, but il comes
over the Central and Ilssissnuoi every time.
1 lie tag marked "ificlilortl, via the l'n.
sumpsic and Newport," is taken out and
another label 'Hlchford.' Inserted hi its
place,. Of course the Hlchford people are
put In a gicat Inconvenience by these nr
rangemenls It Is only a matter of u few
hours but we would leally like lo know
whether o-not we have a' right to order
mall or express sent over the South East
ern rmt. IliWifonl Sentinel.
A Wi:iixo Puksciuitios.- The St. John
bury Cattihnfon says that one Byron Berry
of the Centre, lias sued ('apt. H. C. Vaiis
hau, druggist, of llallroad street, and for
meily Adjutant of the 12th Vermont ltegi
menl, for putting up a wrong prescription,
laying his damages at So.OOO. The story
as told is thus ;
Berry procured a prescription of a doc
tor not a resident, and took II to Vaughan,
whognw dim the medicine. Berry took
the medicine and was made violently ill,
mid on the prompt efforts ot one of our
physicians saved his life. This is Berry's
story, and Ids Inference is Unit Vaughan
made a mistake in compounding the pre
scription. Vaughan says that w'hen Berry
brought him the preseilptlon he told him it
was poison, and that he had better show it
to his physician before he took It. Further,
that Berry's Illness was only temporary
nau.-ca, and that be was as we'll as ever ni
A (iiioi) Day's Woi-.k. Mr. Allium Sat
terlynf Fcrrisbiirgh, recently mowed two
mid a half acres of oats in seven hours, and
afterwards, the same day, raked nnd cocked
them, and Is only 71 years of nge.
Ciiii'cir.u. On Saturday Deacon Joseph
Joslin of East .Tafl'rey, fell while gelling
out of his wagon, in consequence of his
horse starting suddenly, and broke his
thigh. Being seventy-five years old. he Is
probably permanently crippled.
TitK MoNTi-Ki.iKi: ViciiM. Miss Carrie
Deinnion, the young lady who was shot by
Daniels at Montpeller, on Friday la-t, is
doing xeiy well, and is in a fair way of ie
covery. The ball was extracted on Sun.
day last, coming out lH-tween the fointh
anil fifth riii.
CiiKCKRits. John McGregor of Essex
Junctnn has had another great triumph at
checkers. A few days since lie visited St.
Albans and took in hand Dr. Oilman and
other first class players, vanquishing them
all. Out of toily-lhree games, he won
forty-tiro, the other being a draw.
O.M.v SiXTY-smr.s Mismmi.- In the ad
jutant and Inspector-general's report for
the year ending Octoticr 1, 18011, there
were seventy-five soldiers fiom this Stale
reported ns remaining unaccounted lor on
the records of that office. This number
has been reduced lo sixty-seven.
FiiKXrii Lkwk, B. S. Thompson, who
has been in the tinsmith business In Wood
stock for many years, took "French leac"
for the West one day Inst week, whither
his family went some months ago. He
left debts behind lilm amounting in tho ag
gregate to some !j!l,000 with no assets.
Hay. About six hundred tons of hay
have already been sold in the vicinity of
Alburgh for shipment to the cities. The
high price of ..20 was realled for most of
Tmiornii tin: Wixkoh. A school
teacher in Starksboro found upon her arri
val nt the school house, one morning ie.
cently, that she had left the key to the
house at her boarding place, a mile distant.
Instead of sending for it she and her pupils
went In nnd out of the windows through
MiNlniKiw. Hubert Collyer has written
a letter to tho Chicago Tribune, contend
ing that ministers should have the pitvl
lege of paying full fine on tho railroads
like other men. Hobeit don't belico in
ministers skulking along- through the woild
at half price, anyway. It is not conducive
to manliness, and a Christian without man
liness Is like a suit of clothes stuffed with
bran or sawdust, or n bill of fare, where
there Is no dinner to match it. It is thu
business of thu parishes to pay their preach
ers so that they will not lie obliged to go
creeping and whimpering through tho
world, like mendicants, by favor; and
railroads have 110 buslucss to put a pre
mium on parochial stinginess by carrying
clergymen a cent less than sinners In gene
ral. J.ocoMonvK Women. The Manchester,
N. H., locomotive works aio building fifty
first-class locomotives for tho Grand Trunk
Hallway, which Is to bo changed from
Montreal xvest to a narrow gauge by tho
close of tho first week of October, Sixteen
of these locomotives have already been de.
livcred and the rest are to bo by the tenth
of November. This largo establishment,
which now employs six bundled and eighty
men, Is turning out, on an average, a loco,
motive every two days, has built thirteen
already this month and Intends to build
sixteen next month,
llullnnd Illslrli l
Hon. W.U'iKi! C. Pcnton, Judge
T. C. HonniNs, Heglsterof Probate.
The following business was transacted
hi the Probate Court for tho District of -Hutland
on Tuesday,. Sept, 2. 1
Peter Ward's estate, Mention ; Liwcie II.
Wllklns, Hutland, appointed administra
tor, Jacob, Edgerton, Moses Haywu.td,
Hutland, commissioners and appraisers.
Otis O. .Tones' estate, Shrewsbury! will
approved by Ebcnczer Fisher, witness, 1
Fanny Jones and Fanny N. Jones appoint-
ed executors. ,
Charles P. Otis' estate, Clarendon; will 1
proved by John O. Colvln, witness, Linus I
F. Colvln appointed executor, John C. (.'ol- j
vln, Noah Patten, commissions and ap
praisers, Lura Williams' estate, Brandon 1 will
proved by E. T. Ormsbee, witness, E. T. j
Ormsbce appointed executor with will an- I
Ashley Chirks' estate, Middle-town; the '
account of Moses E Vnll, administrator
rondcied and allowed, and decree of lesl-1
Herman Boiler's estate, Walllllgforil ;
Zero Hoder of Cambridge, N. Y,, nppolnt. 1
eil administrator. Jacob Edgcrtoti nnd .
Henry II. Smith, commissioners.
Deinas Chaffee's estale, Pittsford ; li- ,
cense granted, D. P, Peabody adnilnlstra-
lor, lo sell certain real estate on Long Hill.
Ami-Si.avkiiv Mux. Only four mem
bers of the original Anti-Slavery Society
arc now living William Lloyd tlarrison,
of Boston ; Benjamin C. Bacon, of Bever
ly, N. J. ; Itev. Moses Timelier, of New
York, and Oliver Johnson, editor of the
dhrintian ('num. who Is now vt'ttlm; Ver
mont, his native state.
Among the anlvals at tho Bardwell
House Sept. fid, were the following:
C Damon, J E Bass, John II Watson, C.
F Hiirils, New York ; E Ouss AYhecler, C
i: Hall, J E Brown, A E Bridge & wlfe.W
W Hussell, Miss Emlson, Boston ; J S
Hayes, Glens Falls; C II Boss, Keene ; L
Bates, Lowell ; H I! Allison, Hockford ; N
Frost, Fort Edward ; 1) Hurlburt and son,
Bradford ; J II Williams. A W Hyde. E J
Hyde, Hydevllle ; A Wheadon, Pawlet ;
(f Maynard, Lowell; Barnes Frisbie,Poult
ney ; E H Putnam, J H Woodman, Ben
ninglon ; Mrs AValdo, Wnllingford ; J H
Frost, Albany ; Mrs Pratt and friend,
Michigan ; Daniel Huberts, Burlington ; II
O Peabody, Middle Oranvllle; II Noble,
Tinmoiith; Mrs W J Gilbert, Burlington ;
W Dean. South Glastenbuiy. Cl. ; James
Allen A,- Drew, 27 Merchants' How, are
selling goods at cot for !!(! days, to close
out stock : Hats, Cap, Furnishing Goods
and Heady Made Clothing. GikhI Goods
at veiy low prices,
A W'OKI) loW'OllKISIl I'EOPl.KOe HO 1 1( .SKX KH.
Mechanics, artisans, factory hands, tint! peo
ple who labor tor u 1U hit,', llinl 11 very dtnicult
if not Impossible to keep the hands free, rroin
stain. Hand Supollo will not only remove every
particle o stain, anil what Is culled "(Trained lu
iltrl," but v 111 also keep tho skin soft and pli
able, rcnilertiu,' the muscular action as quick
and easy as Is the rase with thoso who do not
perforin hand labor, It Is only 10 and in cents
a cake, aecoultnjr to size. Kvery mechanic
should use II constantly lu place of all other
Anoiiikk Aktici.h 0 Common Iloismioui
isn Nitkhseiikii. Associated with the earlier
recollections ot a great many men and women
Is the Memory of the Path brick nnd emery
stone wherewith the knives and forks, and
pans aud ketltes, nnd other kitchen nrlleles
Mere ni siineu nines "scourcn up. 1 uiu prun- ,
Idvo mode pievalles lo-day In thousands or
families who have never used frajiollo. Hut
once let Ki polio 1" used for this purpose anil ,
that, hoiisen Ife nev er w ants Hath brick or emei v
stone nny more. Snpolto not only scours off
all rust and tarnish. It brightens, bestows a 1
a polish as brilliant as new, and docs It In one- 1
tenth thu time required by any other substance.
Sold everywhere. Housekeepers, try tt. j
ho (ies'EKVi. has the public conttdence be
come In l)r AVer's medicines, anil so great the
demand for them, that unprlnclpalled vlllluns
are attempting lo deceive the unwary by Im
posing upon them their vvorthlessnostriims un
der a similarity of name. Cherry Pectoral Loz
enges, l)r A.ver's Troches. Ajei's l'astlles ror
coughs, Cheiry Pectoral cough drois, AVer's
Fever and Ague cure, l)r A.ver's Indian Pills,
Ac, Ac, (none of which nre of l)r Ayre's maun
lacturoor composition) aic specimens of this
vlllaiiy nnd deceit. They not only defraud the
sick ot their money, but of their health, or the
recovery of their health, which Is far more Im
portant than money, From actual counterfeits
ihe people nre protected by law which the Doc
tor promptly enforces, but theso ev astons some
times elude, the law, and purchasers must pro.
tect themselves by refusing to be deceived by
them. Dover (X II) llee.
Pchoativf. Pills have become u settled he.
irstiij Will, hk jtuieiiiuii u-ujii,- iitMi-i-u, I
ealhurtlcs nlwavs have been and always must
be used, lu some form, by all mankind. In this
country the pllular form of administration hus
been growing In rnvor since pills werellrst
made ot Aloes and Khubarb, rolled Into a ball.
Their htgh position In the public conndence has
dually been secured and fastened Into (lemui
nencyby Acr's Cathartic Pills, Ihe most skill
ful combination of medicine for the diseases
they are Intended to cure, that science can de.
vise or art produce. Those wanting pills, no
longer hesitate what pills In lake but use
Ayer's Pill. augHt
The llryant and Stratton Troy Iluslness Cul
lege desires to obtain the names ot young men
who made attend school Ihe coining season.
Persona who will send It tho names uf twenty
young men will receive, post-paid, handsome
specimens of plain and ornamental penman
DKNNISON'H PATIENT SIUPI'INO TAOS,
Over !00 millions havo been used within Ihe
past ten years, without complaint of loss by tag
becoming detached. All Express companies
use lliein, Sold b Printers and Stationers
(7I.01IK PAPWt CO. 111'TI.ANl),
June2.idA.nlf Wholesale Agents.
AffuutN lor Hie faloke.
II, I.. Stllson. Ilennlngton.
II. V. .Morgan, Walllngford,
Herbert Smith, Factory Point.
II. s. Hard, Arlington.
M. It, Kelley, South Wnlllngfonl,
C. I!. Pierce. East Clarendon.
K. .1. Carpenter, Iiruttleboru.
l.lbbs A Co.. llrandon.
Kennlsnn lirothcrs, l'lttsford.
W. M. Day, Mlddlebury.
Hums Holt, Plttstleld.
.1. 1). culver, Hi dev lite.
T. K. Ilorton, Clarendon.
I). I'. Peabody, l'lttsford.
Alden A: Co., Mlddlebury.
H. i:. Hpcncer, Sutherland Falls.
J..N', Haskell, Kalrhnven,
A. I.. Kellogg, castleton.
C, .1. million. West Hiitlanil,
I, . Johnson, West Pawlet,
W.H. llasselt, Mlddletown,
.lames nice, Pawlet.
II 1. J'armeiitcr, Mechanlcsvllle.
I). Ilorton, Mount Hollv.
W. W. Hlhbard, Poultney.
P. Ilollon, Panby 4 Corners,
William l'lerce, Danby
11. A. Carter, Ilcnson.
W. 11. Hull, Wells.
(I. P. Woods, llellows Falls.
P. II, Itobblns, Chester.
K. It. Allen, East Walllngford.
Sherman llrolhers. Ludlow.
llrown ic Clark, Chittenden
.1, 1). I'urdr, Manclieatcr,
h M Houtliurd, Vergenncs.
In St Paul's church, Norfolk, Virginia, Augr.il,
by licv N A Okerson, Albiit W Edson'of Great
llrldge, Virginia, and Can lo (" Vaughan, of Hut
In New York, on Sunday, August 81, after a
short Illness, William A Hopson, eldest son of
Kev Oliver and Carollno Hopson, formerly of
l'oullney, aged 2s j ears.
Ills remains wero taken to his home In Ma
con, Georgia, for Interment.
In Hydevllle. August ss, onto II, youngest
child of WlllnrU and Sarah j Ward, aged about
In lirMidon, Mary Ann Hurt, wire of 11 11
JKiuglass, of sprlngHcld, .Mass.
In Essex, August 2ft, MelanCvhon II Webb,
formerly of Pittsburgh, N Y, aged 78years. Ho
was u soldier of tho war ot isi, and took part la
tho baltlo of Pittsburgh.
In Jtock Island, lliinulu, August , Mrs Amy
(WheclocV) Wilson, formerly of Now Haven,
Vermont, aged via years.
In Castleton, August 4, Wilson Proctor, ajwJ
03 years uud 7 months,
National HHlo Association.
N"r.w Yoiik. Sept, n,
vxtai, MArni. ncioiiKP 8111.
The dhectois of the National rifle aso.
elation met to-dai ami made airangenicnts
for the first annual ln.ltrh of the nsocl
ntlonnt Creedmoic. October Hlh. Orange
of the Agriculturalist, offeted sewn bun
dled nnd fifty dollars ns n prize to mem
beis of the press. Other p1l7.es are offcied
by those not members of the association to
the amount of 40,200 dollars. The mem
hers offer $1,400 In cash, and In badges,
i61,400. Fifty-nine of the badges nre gold,
thirteen sliver, and twenty-eight bronze.
Adjutant General Hathbone, from Al
bany, yesterday Inspected targets nt Creed
moor for the state, and offered S300 in
prizes throughout the state, .iilOO tocich
division. He personally offers $100 as a
prize. Colonel Scoble of the Ontario
Hide Association, Toronto, will attend
with fifty Canadian sharpshooters.
The Vilnius Four on Hie Cuiinii.
Kixosiox, Jamaica, Aug 27.
Thu steamer Virglnlus Is still here, but
is evidently preparing for another trip to
Cuba, The Atlas, from New York, has,
It Is said, brought her a new captain.
The U. S. steamer Candalgua still lies
here with cases of charges of fever, not
yellow fever, on board. A number of
cases are diminishing dally. As soon as
recruited she will return to Aspiuwull.
.lames West Discharged.
Bosiox, Sept, II.
In the supreme judicial court, .before a
full bench, this morning, the casrof James
West a petitioner for a writ of habeas cor
pus, came up for argument at the close of
which Judge Gr.iygavendeclsion discharg
ing the prisoner. West was sentenced hi
1803 to four and a half years in Slate pris.
on but was pardoned at the expiration of
two years on condition that If again eon
victod be should serve the remalng part of
his sentence. A second com ictlon soon
occurred but the supreme court decides
that the man is entitled to be discharged.
Nkw Yoisk, Sept. 3.
Peruvian advices confirm the previously
1 eported Immense land slide which dammed
up the river Itlniac. Nine lives weie lost.
Fears of Its breaking away and Inundating
the city of Lima and its surroundings have
been partially dissipated, the water having
risen to the top of the dam and flowing
steadily over It.
Kniily Faithful in London.
London', Sept. 3.
Mi-s Emily I'nilhlul contemplates estab
lishing an industrial bureau in this city to
provide employment for women, in con
nection with institutions of it similar char
acter In New Ynil; and Chicago.
Large Pleiile of Odd Fellows.
MtsXKiji A Si'UtMis, Pa., Sept. 11.
The Odd Fellows of northern Peimsyl
vnuia and southern New Yoik united in a
grand picnic here to-day. There were
over eight thousand persons present. Ad
dresses weie made by eminent speakers
trom New York and Philadelphia.
The Allen-McCoolo Prize Fight.
St. I.ouis, Sept. 'J.
The lost deposit ol five hundred dollars
In the Allen-McCoole pri.e light, wns made
last night at MeCoole's saloon. The fight is
to take place on the 21 inst., but veiy lit
tle belting 1.11 the result although the
friends of both parlies are sanguine.
W.vsinsmoN, Sept. :'.
I'resideiit (Irani was to-day visited by
Secretary ltiehardsou nnd Lieutenant-Ctov.
Pinchbeck of Louisiana. The latter held a
long conference with the President relative
lo affairs in Louisiana, and says the Presl
dent now fairly understands the status of
the political situation there.
Massachusetts Democratic Stale Con
vention. Woiicksikk, Sept. 3.
The democratic state convention met
here this niouilng, John K. Tarbov of
Lawrence, presiding. William Gaston of
lioston, received itOU yotes. Leveret t Sal
tonville of New ton 100, and Kdvvard
Avery of Ilralntiee lit, uud 14 scattering.
Mr, (iiiston wns then nominated by accla
mation. The convention was quiet nnd
The democratic convention hus com
plcted its State ticket ns follows: For
Lieut.-Oovernor, Win. L. Smith of Spring,
field s Secretary of State, llrnjainlu F.
Mills of Wllllanistovvn ; Treasurer, Xathan
Clark, of Lynn ; Auditor, Waldo Coburn
of Pcdham ; Attorney General, O, Osgood
Morse of Northampton.
The Nashua Fire.
Tiie following Is nn account of the
losses of the fire, an account of which Is
to be found on the second age. Kn.J
Nasiii'.v, X. IL, Sept. 3.
Tin loss by firo here this morning Is
about 3.'J,0()0, The principal sufferers
are (J O Iloutell, proprietor of tho Merrl
niao House, which Is damaged to the
amount of 10,000 ; insurance, .i7,000 ;
Qulncy Woodward, who loses -;,000, is
insured for $2,(100 j John Harris, painter,
i; A Hanger, wheelwright, nnd George A
Meryin, painter, are losers In smaller
Xr.vv Yoiik, Sept. il.
John Kvans, a uegio highwagmau, was
to-day sentenced to ten years In State
Hobcrt Held and John Weld, negroes,
who robbed aud neatly murdered a farmer
Fourth of July last, near Flatbush, were
sentenced to twenty and ten years In State
Win. U. Smith, a notorious forger, was
held in iJlO.000 ball for trial
Convicted of Embezzlement.
Il.u.TiMoitE, Sept. 3.
In the United States district court yes.
tcriUy, John H Milner, formerly deputy
collector of Internal revenuo of tho fifth
district of Maryland, was couvlctcd of em
bezzling money from the United States,
and aenteucwl to pay a flue of $3-18 and
costs, aud Imprisonment for six months In
the Jlaltlmore Jail.
From N'otv York.
New Yontt, Sept, 'J.
SKVV TOC.K DEMOCRATIC CONVtSTIOX.
A meeting of the democratic State Gen
end Committee wns held to-night, nt which
1 nineteen delegates were present. A call by
1 n unanimous vote w ns Issued for holding n
convention at Vtlcn on October 1st.
ritf. I ATP. FOIIOKIIIKS.
The effect of the recent forgeries has
! been to lend to such close scrutiny of bonds
of railroads as to almost stay negotiations
j for such paper. Ono of the stock exchange
j to-day stated that the other two parties rti
j mored to be engaged in the forgeries are
j expected to be nrrcstcd by to-morrow. He
j nlso stated that these bonds had Wn In
circulation since July.
Hcv. Newman Hull, Prof, I.eathcj,
Baron Hocken, Hon. Wm. M. Fleiss, Lord
Skelmersdnle, Hevs. .1. O. Harrison and
H. C. Hall, arrived to-day from Europe,
and Sir John Grant, Governor of Jamaica,
from Kingston, arrived here to-day.
Fanny Hyde, the nlleged murderess of
Geo Watson, wns again released on bnll to.
KKSl'l.T Of INVKsriOA'lloS.
The coroners jury in Investigating the
cause of the fall of a building In West
Eleventh street a shoit time ago by which
seven men were killed or fatally injured,
to-day rendered a verdict of gross negli.
gencc on the part of the contractors John
W. Crawford, Jessie Newman and Michael
j P. Fortner In not properly bracing the
westerly wall when removing timber from
said building during its construction, nml
recommend that the building Inspectois of
the department of buildings should be in
creased so that one could lie assigned to
each ward in the city. John W. Crawford
and Jesse Newman were each bailed in
,'i,000. and P. Fortner was held In itW.OOO
the nKF.vrn Kit isonw.vN.
Hodman is still In jail at Brooklyn. He
says he is siirpiised that certain friends
have not vet balled him out. His bonds
men and those of the city treasurer Sprague j
gave their individual notes to tbecomptrol-1
lerof Brooklyn to-day,payahle January 1s
to secure city against loss.
SI'I'.VOfK'n CASK. I
Mayor Powell of Brooklyn, Is reported
to have said this morning that unless Treas.
urer Sprague resigns he vv 111 cause him to
be suspended and Indicted ns a defaulter
within forty-eight hours.
CIIANUR IS N. V. rcslOV! llot -K.
Another report is current that radical
changes are to be made in the force at the
1 custom house. It is stated that Collector
, Arthur submitted a plan for a complete or
1 ganlz.ation of the force which will materi
ally advance the promptness and ellleicncy
ot the system and be of great benefit to the
nieieantilc public. The plan is believed to
meet the sanction of the Secretary of the
Maine Woods on Fire.
Bvmioi:, Mc, Sept. 3.
A toiriblclire, is raging in the western
part of East Surry In a piece of woodland.
A large force of men arc lighting the
flames, but if liigli winds continue a great
number of dwelling houses will be burned,
as the wells arc all dry aud hardly any
water is to be had.
The Late Ylenna'.Kxpositlon.
VtKNN'A, Sept. II.
nlUliM. V-HUKS DKPAUlfllK OK MslTOtts--CITV
FKKi: rilOM CIIOI.EUA.
It Is reported that special irises nre lo
be given to several exhibitors who were
accidently oviilookcd in tlic recent distri
bution. Xearly all the visitois who conic to at
tend the Exposition have taken their de.
parture from the city.
Vienna is now free from cholera.
Washington, Sept. !l.
FI1KK DK1IVUHV AT KI.MIIIA.
The post office department omen that
F.lmlra, X. Y., be made a free delivery of.
lice and authorizes four carriers at a salary
of im each.
TIIK t'HOVV TISBATY.
The so culled lirenot Crow treaty to
which name the Western papers take so
much objection to, Is simply an agreement
entered into by the commissioners appoint
ed under a special act of Congress to ob
tain for public, use a portion of the lands
which has been hut a short time liefore
guaranteed to the Crows by the I'nited
States. This agreement which Is of the
same nature as is usually made w ith Indi
viduals or companies in cases of sales to
the government It requires ratification by
both Senate and House of Itepicsen lal Ives
liefore il becomes binding.
LocKi-oiir, X. Y., Sept .'!.
The slale convention of Unlversalisls as
sembled in this city yesterday. The con
vcntlon Is well attended, and miusuil In
terest Is manifested. At the opening of
the session at the church of the Kedccmer
yesterday morning, the following officers
were elected : President, Hev, K. W.
Crow ell of Brooklyn. X. Y. ; Vice Presl.
dent, Hev. L. W, Fletcher of liuffalo;
Secretary, Hev. C. Fluhreri Session Clerk,
Hcv. James Vincent.
Hehgious services w ere held last evening
and this morning. To-night a closing and
general congratulatory meeting will be
held at the Hodge Opera House.
The Unhersnllst State Convention.
Lo;kioi:t, Sept. 3,
The interesting session of the Unlver
snlists State Convention was continued to
day. At the morning session Hev. J. M.
Atward of Xcw York delivered a sermon.
This afternoon Mrs. C. A. Saul of the
Woman's Ccntuary Association made an
Alleged Fraudulent Proceedings.
ItAI.TIMOlIK, Sept. 8.
T. C. Millwood who wns arrested In this
city yesterday on the charge of fraudulent
ly obtaining two thousand dollars from
the Gould manufacturing Co. of Scncea
Falls, X. V., some months since, bad a
hearing liefore Justice Caffray this morn
ing. The secretary of the companj was
Pfcsunt and made, a statement of fads. The
prisoner waived further investigation and
was committed to await a requisition from
the Governor of Xeiv York.
,pw Vork sjiorK 111111 .Honey .Hnrki l.
Nsw Yop.i, Sept. S.
Money before the cloo of bank.lioun bireutui:
Loans were made nt 4,?fpcr cent, the ad
vance was caused by the Increased completion
from tho told room.
Oold carrying rates at 1RT per cent.
The clearings nt the riold Kxchango to-il.i,
were 1 100,000,000.
The Customs receipts lo-day amounted 1,1
Treasury disbursements lo-d,iy amounted Ij
Stocks litejulnr with few of the piouilnent
shares active but the majority quiet v, Ith slight
changes, closlnpf with firm feeling In New Y01I.
flolit closed nt 110-3 1 111 .
OoYcriitnent bonds nrn dull with dovviivvarJ
Slalo bonds am dull with little doing,
Money loaned at &3T per cent, rurniaj
to 7 per cent gold, closing at 7 per cent curren
cy to 7 per cent gold.
.Stocks with but Utile iloluir and the chaugn
Tho follow ing are Ihe closing ipielullons:
I'. H, Gs 'st rr-r 11; .Cleveland, colum-
U. s.Cs 'si coupon. lts bus A- ('In so;
I .h.mosv,2 reiciHlVs'..!. Central. .. 1W
j . H. Mo, -oi coup. lie, Itock Island 1os;
V. s twins v.i coup. in 'Mil. : St. Paul t0-
t.H.MOs'i;.', old..l!s. do. preferred... 50?
tJ. S miis ivs new. no;, T. W. AW mii
.Hmos '11; iisji do. preferred., so
tr.S Miis 'US Iilfc Fort ttVvne soj,
'.MM new 114. Alton nnd Tcrre
U.S. 10-tns reg....U3 I Haute 10
U. H. lo-toscoupoii.113 do. ptererrcd.. 31
Currency cs... ... . .113.' Chicago K Alton.. loa
Delaware am! Him- do. preferred., lot
son Canal 113.VOhlo A: .Mississippi. 3Sv
Mariposa -i Iel.,l.ack, a West. loo
di prrf.. .. 1 lloston, Hartford s
Canti 11 .. ps I Krle s,t.
Cumterlnnd ;r, . cei.tral. .
Western t'nlon Ic. 11. 4: o
Telegrnph 91 Hannibal A St. Jo-
uicksiivit an soli
do. preferred 17 Cen.ral l'acltl'
Pacllle Mall.. . 44', I'nUn Pacinc.
Boston Whip r lomnts
Power 3n .Income
Adams Kxpress. . Hi Tennessee 6s..
Wells, Pargo A Co. 74 do. new
American M.l'.Kx- Virginia Os....
press oi 1, du. new. Mi
United stales Kx- Missouri 0s VI
press ns Miss
New York Central .St. Joseph.... s
A- II. II. I! 104 , La. as
Krle raw 1 Iji.cs lien.. 4..
do preferred 7a .ij'Vee fis
in".1, 1 ilu. ss
133 'Ala. ss
, 901,' ,i0. ,vs
lie '(la. lis cj
1.1 , .In ?u
I.!Ui. Slime A- Mli'Yi linplni T.
So 0'J!Norlh Carolina lis. v,
Illinois Central. . . lur, do. new.
Cleveland A' Pills- 'South Carolina lis.. 3i
In r mi .I,.
Chli ago U North- .Exchange, long
western 0.1 'Do. shoil
do. nrefened. si
Vi'Vi Vrk riMlnre Harlui.
Nkw Yoiik, Sept,
Conos'-siroiiK with a biSk spinning de
mand. Miles of 4,'.'7i bales al tti'V for up.
Flock. lieeelpis, s,T4.s bbls. The market .
lac betler with guml demand. The limited sup
PI) offering i est nets transactions. Sales ot 14,
Hm barrels at w.Ti i. a 7ft for supertlnc
Western and Male; fil.ftu csr for common
to good Ktrn western and state : ta.vo,n.
7 70 for good to iholie do ; it 7C!irffcsso for
common to eholcewhlle wheat western eUra.
$G Cft ?, 8 7ft for common lo good eUra Ohio ,
$G 90 ((.Hi 7ft for common lo choice euia St
Louis. The maiket closing very nnu and ad
vancing. ItVK Flock. 'I he market Is stead) at 4 6n.n
Cons' Mkvl. The mnrj.et for corn meal 1
actlve and tliiu at 3lwa40 for Western, tin
latter lor fane) brnnds ; a 7.wa 90 ror llrandi
vvlne. W'msKKV. The market Is dull; bu.vers l or,
sellers 1 0s.
Wiikat. llecelpts 715,21ft bush. The market
SOSubettertor paicelson spot anil poic better
lor lotsto airlve. The exjmrt demand Is ma
terially restricted b) the (tght supply olTerlr-g.
sales ot 144,(t) bushels ut II w for lureilor
No 3 spi lug ; Il fts,Ji 49 Mr .So land 3 spring
mixed; Il oo for Interior No a Milwaukee;
II M(M 152 for Iowa spring; II On fur prlmo No
'Milwaukee Chicago; II OftcM MS for No 2 lu
luth; 11 B7M1 i.'J for winter red western; 11 Su
tor rejected spring ; II fwi 1 74 for white wes
tern. llvx The market Is quiet nml Urm at W!'(.
IIiklbv. The market Is quiet and mimlu.il
Baiilkv Mali, Markit Is In fair rvqueii
at full prices.
Cons'. Receipts lsl,4.M5 bushel'.. The market
Is In good demand torexport and home use Mi
cts advance. Sales 117.000 bush, at Mn.61e lor
steamer Western mixed; C2(r,i tor sail do;
tkMiSS.', for high -nixed and Yellow western;
fArffts for heated; t!7(.f7uc for white western
ovts Kecelpts 46,900 bush. .Market Is more
active at 2C lu advance. Sales 7ft,fHio bushels al
liovlii fur mixed western ; Inside price lu stoie;
47(aMic lor while western; 44ia4iic for black
Eons The market Is dull and luav) at !.
23 for western and 23c for.hlate.
Hay. Market Is In fair request and steady ai
27W29 for prime and 4342i5 for good.
Hors oulet and unchanged at 1S7; quoted .it
30(545 anil California's 4ft(5tii,
I.EAU1LK. Market Is mm with tatr Inqulr)
steady Hemlock sole, Iluenos A) re-, mid lllo
Grande, light middles, and heavy weights al
27J.,-(i30 ; California do., SAuS?'.; Orinoco do. at
Coal. Tho maiket quiet and steady ui tftoi
(3a oo for Anthrlclto ier ton per cargo.
Wool. Market In good request and very firm:
pulled at 39Mic. ; Texas at 24P32C; medium do
ut 34; spring clip California al 2ftc; XX Ohio
Com:!: Market Is quiet and firm. P.lo
Sciiak. Market Is firm with good demand;
Molassks. The markel Is llun; Muscovado
Mice Market Is quiet and steady; Carolina
Pktkolkum. T he maiket Is quiet easier nt
(iVf ror crude and ICS, for refined.
Pork. The market Is steady. New mess al
117 7ft; prime mess $10 oi.
WHEEI'. Market Is quiet and steady ; plain
mess 19 lo Mi; extra do 111 2.'.si2ft0.
IIeei' 11 wis. Market Is In moderate request
and steady at 2ftin2se.
Tikrck Iii.ei' Maiket s quiet (Inn at ls,S2.v
prime mess; 22fi24 ror India mess.
Cut Meats. Market Is dull and unchanged ;
middles quiet nnd firm ; long clear nt s.vase.
LiKit. Market Is ilrmcr; rl'l western steam
at 8)4C.; new do at S'.as),.
UcrrKK. Market is quiet and steadi
at 16J2.V for fair In prime western; J;
Cheese. Marki I Is quiet and unchanged
nt 12('12o for fair lo piltue -tn1e factory.
The next Term will loiiiiiii'iiee on Ihe -tt U ni
TKI Kill! vein sill i. r VI mii.
This old and well known Institution Is ni III
In successful operation, with a full corps oi
teachers, for preparing .voting men for college,
or for business, nnd oifeiing unusual facllltle
In Music, French, Drawing and Painting, and
other accomplishment to )oung ladles.
leeTulllon Is nnered to all who gi.uluair,
and a thoiough course lu branches required b
the state, together with theory and practice or
leaching. IIkv.H. (I. WILLIAMS,
A MII.ITAIIY COIXKili:,
i:STAHI.lsli:ii IN s34,
lias a Pieparalory Department, thorough clas
sical, sclenlltlc and mllliai'V instruction, good
discipline, No students muter 14 .veins or age,
admitted. Send for circular. Addiess,
Next term begins Aug. 2sth.
Ileferences Hon. S. M. Dnir.Chailes Clement,
Cen. I; II, Illplc), ltiillnml. J) lidvni
rpili: FALL TF.H.M OF THF, 111 It-
1 .INOTON, VT., SCHOOL
for joiing ladles, will opcu on
WhDNKM'AY, SKPTKMIIKII lolli.
A limited number of boarders taken Into the
Principal's family for tho j ear.
For terms apply to tho Principal.
Hcfi ivnces ITesldcut Angell, Ann Arbor,
Mich.; Prof. M. Petty, llurllngton, Vt. j Itev. ,1.
II. Worcester, D. 1., nurlliigtoii, VI. j Chief
Justice Plcrpolut, virgennes, Vi, ; Hon, 11. A,
Hurl, bwautoii, VI,
WAXTEP. TWO 0 001) .1011
U PHINTCIIS nre wanted tmmedlatelv
at THIS ori'ici:.'
D1SSOLUTIOX XOTICK. The en.
partnership ot Parker, Ollson ileum.
Is this flay dissolved by mutual consent. The
business will bo continued under thu nrm name
of (lllsou .V Duwcy, they nssumlng all tho In
debtedness ot tho latu Urm, and to whom a l
dues must lie. paid,
K. 1. (I1LNON.
West Hutland, Sept, l, 1873,