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SATUHDAY, OCTOHEH 25, 18T:i.
TERMS IN ADVANCE.
daily ivr montu
Weekly Three lnonthi
Address GLOBE PAt'KU CO.,
IsroitMATiox Wasted. A boy named
Charlie Drown, twelve years olil, left his
home in Kalamazoo, Mich., on the Slid of
September, In company with nnotlier lad
i.Hirlccii years of ape, named Hubert
llaleh, and has not since been heard fiom.
Chaillc Is small of his age, light complex
urn, nnd wore a fine striped mil of brown
mid white mixed goods and a brown cap
with rolled brim, lie is a son of Judge
Chailcs It. Drown of the ninth judicial
circuit of -Michigan, mid liny Information
leg.mllng the lost one pent to Hon. t I!.
I'.iown, JCiilamazoo,Mlch., will be liberally
re winded, Papers tin oilghout the country
ill greatly relievo n disticssod family by
i lcmlhig the notice.
The Pennsylvania constitutional conven.
tion h.ne woikedout the (jrand problem
, cheap tr.inspoitutlon, and settled
ilie ralhoad question foiever. Tlioy
...ivc gravely Inserted a provision In the
.n.ipnsed I'onstltutloii, to t''c elfeet that
my indhidital, who may no desire, may
'oiisiinct and opeiate n rallioad on his own
in ink. (lloiloiH privilege; The fanners
"i Pennsylvania must be gie.itly lejolccd,
- t lie so convenient, so cheap ami bo
i.m to take advantage of this luesllinnble
.bi'ity. If we had such u proision in
Vermont, what a pretty plaything we could
.ir have by building railroads of our own,
when and where we ple.i-ed. Fice passes
Aoitldii't amount to anything. Let n rail-
n.id in magor ilaie lefuse n p.i.ssloauy one,
. I him many different opposition lines
i i lilrouls would spring up. Oh ! it
W 'lilJ be uch fun to snub these men tint
wouldn't gie a pass.
Tiie i iinstitiition.il commission of New
-li'i.-iy i- following In the wake of that of
New Voi k, in Hits eudo.ivor to prevent spe
cial ItyU ilion. The amended constitution
iruvi leu Hint the legislature shall not pass
.ir.v.tte ur speelil laws in reference to the
i.i.Mng, opening, altering, and working of
mads or highways j vacating roads, town
'il.ns, streets, or public grounds ; to regu
late the internal affairs of towns and conn
tics ; appointing local olllcers or commis
sioners to legulale municipal affairs ; se
lecting jurors j legulatlng the interest on
money ; creating or Incicasing the allow
ance to public olllcers during their leim of
illire ; changing the law of descent ;
granting to any cmporation, association or
iiKlividu.il, any exclusive privilege, Immu
nity, or franchise whatever ; but that In nil
these cases, general laws shall be passed of
Heie is a chance for the ladies : " Pio-ic.-sor
Unit G. Wider " has written a long
k'ltir to tho Now York Tribune in opposi
tion to secret societies He lias live differ
ent methods by which he proposes to ac
complish this end i four of them, however,
applying only to colleges. The thiid, we
take it, can have no particular application
to these Institutions of learning, and must
lUmr...-, i. ;..iu...u,i i,, ti.u
K'"l ,,r,il,ll,i ,.r Low l. rl.l ,,.. sv.,t,l
uicse iiangcrous institutions. We doubt
not it would prove ellleaclous, and it only
it-mains ior the i.ulie.s to enter upon the
work. Ills proposition is somew hat In the
t inn of an order, and reads tliusly : "Let
no woman many until her suitor takes u
solemn pledge never to remain in or join a
si'ciet organization of any kind, except for
u.u iuoiecuon oi me, Health, or propel ty,
iiuiing war or other exceptional clrciuu-
siances. 1,-ulies to the front. It is very
i.tivy uiiii you nave bilcli an oppoitunity
as " Professor Hurt (1. Wilder " pre
scuts. A Dakota grand jury have placed an in
oiracable taln upon the administration of
ciiminal justice in this country, by refus
lo find anything but an Indictment lor man
slaughter against the murderer of Jencr.il
McCook. It Is openly charged Hi.it money
was used to produce the result. A ills
patch from Yankton states, in substance,
ih.it the course of the jury has been tho
ource of general scandal, and their action
and the probable result of the investigation
weie freely repoi ted in the stieots before
the conclusion of their Inquiries." JAs a re
nit of this, Judge Haines ccnsuied the
jury when the indictment was picscntcd in
'he severest terms, anil, in closing, told
Hum they might retire, but without the
thanks of Die couit. It Is repoited that
eveial of the jury stood out sticnuously
ior an Indictment for murder until they
found that they mu-t take manslaughter or
nothim,, the vote standing evenly divided.
It. uiideistood tli.it the next move of the
lefeiiM' will be for h,,H mi t,ell fr ,c.
l. Tuis miy be found, says the ills
pith. tu unwNc course to persist in, as
'lie reeling j, vciy strong, and many lcg.ml
Ih-i ui-c of the Grand Jury as a conCcs.
't in or a fear to submit a question or inur
In lo a petit juiy, and when an inipics-
ion shall pievall tliat ju.tlec is to be de.
i'.iIc.I by tliu ue of money or otherwise,
eiious H'siilts may follow,"
Who ever, except in the most rare in
stances, heard of a person prosecuted, pun
Mil' 1 and convicted for "compounding a
felony?" Yd tho compounding of a fel.
ony which simply means nu agreement
not to pinscciito is as much or a crime as
the felony itself. Felonies are compound,
ed almost daily and no attention Is paid to
it- A robbery Is committed, tho ciiminal
Is known, Is arrested and found to lie (,r
that class whose imprisonment Is necessary
lor the surety or society. Is punched y
h ! no i It Is moro for the ndvantago of
the person robbed to recover his propeity,
even If ho has to commit airline in order
to do so, tli.ui It is fr hlni to bring the of.
lender to Justice (or the safety of society.
A ioi Hon of the stolen properly , lecover
fed, an agreement made not to prosecute
although the proof is unqiicMlouablo-niid
the criminal Is suffcicd to again go at largo
to commit further depredations upon socl.
cty, and neither crime is punished. This
Is not tho worst of It. It Is bad enough, to
bo sure, that men should commit a crimo In
order to obtain a portion of tho property
criminally taken from them, but its infill,
cuce Is working far greater harm. Think
you the bank cashier and teller, when ho is
stealing the funds of tho Institution, docs
not think ho can make a partial restitution
If delected, and thereby escape punish-
ment ? The history of bank and trust com.
pany defalcation have shown that the dl.
rectors nnu siocKuoiuera havo oeon more
anxious to recover a portion of the ab
Btrnctcd funds than to set an example to
others In like positions, by a prompt and
oxcmplary punishment of the offender.
The case of Jay Gould and the "reformed
trie railroad direction is another case In
point, and o rcmaikablc one, too. Here
the proofs were strong, and by the judlcl
ous expenditure of money, in proper litl
gallon, the alleged abstracted securities
might have been recovered, and the alleged
"abstractor" cilmlnally punished, but
was settled with. Again, In the tecent de
falcation In the Now York state treasurer
ofllce, notwithstanding the first show
great virtue, the hearing has been pot
poiicil so that Phelps may icstoio a poillon
of the stolen funds, nnd thereby compound
his felony. As long as public sentiment
will wink at such proceedings, ho long will
Uclalcatlons and embezzlements continue.
i.ct two or three of the defaulters be sent
to prison, and half a dozen of these respec
table bank presidents and dhectors p.vy the
full penalty of the law for compounding
felony, and defalcations will not be
MX'itrr sim.'ii: rii:s.
1 he death of young Lcggctl, a son of
tho commissioner of patents, while belli
initiated into a secret society at Cornell
University, has brought the whole subject
of tills class of institutions Into n peculiar
prominence, and elicited a discussion there
on, In the public pi ess, rarely aeenrded to
such matters, .lien s minds nnd opinion?
differ nnd, probably, always will differ In
rcfficncc to the expediency, or pi opricty
of such societies, but the fact lemalns that
they still exist. Experience, too, has shown
that they cannot be rooted out by cociclve
or oppressive measures. It Is an admitted
fact, too, that in some p.uts of the world
they in e an absolute necessity for the pro
tectum or the rights of the people. The
Independence of the United .States would
never have been achieved but for the exist
ence ol these secret organizations, whose
members made themselves known by means
of Slips" anil "signs." Hut the argu
ment is that those days are passed and that
no necessity longer exists for seciesy ; that
these oigniiizations aie antagonistic to
tice guvcrnmcnt ; serve to foster class dis
tinctions ; unduly elevate one individual at
the expense of another; obsti net the course
ot justice ; Interfere with elections ; and
numerous oilier similar chaiges. It I
....111..!..... - . .
ouiHiiuiu iinsner io most oi these claims to
point to the list of members of dlfrciont
seciet societies, which have cxisled in this
country dining the last thiee quaitcrs ot a
century, and ask whether these men would
anill.ito themselves with organizations hav
ing any such tendency. A further, and
more penect, answer is found in tho his-
tory ol the icccnt lebcllion. Tho whole
country, noi th, south, cast and west, was
rambled with secret societies. Lodges of
free .Masons, Odd Fellows. Good Temn
bus, Sons of Temperance, etc., were found
everywhere, but their members did not lies-
t,ot.i ....Tl, . I.. .1... . - ..
urn. ii tunsi in uiL- armies ol the cause
which they espoused, and thus demonstra
ted that their secret principles did not pre-
vent them liom fighting valiently for what
they deemed the rijht, even if their "lire.
tlncn' were arraved In nuns n-n1nst iium
11 tun oxtipileneu ot tliu r.inoti-i.nlli mutiny
... - j - . .inn , ' 1 1 V .-. 1 him I ,
intelligent people have nothing to fear
from secret societies. Tyrants and den
pousins no leartlicm and, fearing, tremble,
ine cnort lnaiie some loity yeais ago, In
this country, to root out secret societies,
and ostracise their members, only icsiiltcd
in planting them deeper and stronger in
me country, and increasing their member
ship beyond all expectations.
Jicii are prone to secrecy. The human
mind is so constituted that any association
winch is surrounded with mystery posses
ses n peculiar charm, and men seek to as
sociate themselves thciewith. What aie
diplomatic negotiations, but temporary
secret associations, on a small scale, and
for the accomplishment of a paitienlar
object r The woild would, peihaps, be
better off ir the "human heait was not de
ceitful aboe all things and desperately
wicucii, anil so it would be if evcrythlnc
,..,i.i i. i , . . "
"""" " iiiiiisiHii'ii ojieniy mm above
board, and the whole inner lire and
thoughts of each Individual weie known
anil icail ot . all men. Such an I.'tnnin
wouiii no a blessed world to live in, but It
can bo no more attained than the charm of
secret association)! can lie eradicated from
the human mind. Taking the world as it
N, what is the best couise to pursue in ref-
eience to secret societies ? Is anything
gained by n systematic course of opprcs
sion and persecution 'i This course has
been attempted to be followed in the most
despotic governments of Kurone. for the
pin po.se of icpressing the iijplrallom of the
people after freedom. To accomplish
their end, their weie compelled to icsort to
secrecy, and with what le-ult ? ''Tho
blood of t J io nun ty is was the seed of the.
church," and so the persecutions of mem.
hers, ami the attempted siippiesslou of or
ganiatlous, (aused them to spilng up ,,
bundled fold. Injustice can never icsult
in justice. Yu do not pionose to consider
the question whether secret societies are ex.
pcdlent or inexpedient, because it matters
not solong as they me hainiless. We
know moieovcr, of our own knowledge,
that they have been prnductle nf much
good. We know or many Instances wheic
by their cxei lions, and solely tluougli
their cxei lions, the sick hae been healed,
ciinilnals brought to jiiolicc, ignorance en.
lightened, suffering lelicved.vicc reclaimed.
and character impioved. While this Is the
case with most ol the prominent seciet so.
clcties, theie may bo others, peihaps,
whoso aims and tendencies aie Immoral, If
not ciiminal ; if so, their very membership
would determine It, and the force of public
opinion woiiiu boon scatter them, if not
fritted nway hi senseless and causeless at
tacks on all organizations,
If men, whoso minds are iimtiued, who
represent us m tho Congress of the United
States and In our several legislates, men
who aie prominent in all professions, trades
and industries, thus associate themselves
together, Is It a matter of surprise that
young men In college should form similar
associations 1 Here, as In tho outside world
experience has shown that It h impossible
topicvcnt tho organization of secret so.
clcties in colleges, or to suppress them after
onco organized. What then shall be done
with them ? What course, In tho light 0f
reason and experience, ought trustees and
faculties lo pursue In tho premises ? We
nre willing to concede that It would be far
better If they did not exist in connection
with college! but they do, and tho que.
lion is how to get alone with oxlstlmr fact!
A few years ago, the laws of the University
or juicuigau prohibited a student from be
coming a member of a secret foclcty under
me pains ot expulsion, and the faculty con
gratulatcd themselves that they had sue
cceded In getting rid of the nlleircd evil
Soon nflcr this tlmo or, peihaps, heroic
tho custom grew up of publishing cata
logues of the members of these several
societies. As these catalogues were pub
llshcd, time after time, It appeared that
these secret societies did exist In that nar
tlcular college, nnd that four-flfths of the
students wcic connected therewith. Wo
have an Indistinct lccollection that an accl
dent, which, foitunatcly, did not result
fatally, led to the abiogatlon of the prohl
bltlou of secret societies in Ihnl Institution
l iom what wo know or these societies-
and wo have some knowldegc theieor-theie
Is nothing In Hit Ir ceremonies which cannot
bo conducted In a private room without
any danger to tho initiate, llerause they
were compelled to icsoit to the woods
to "Initiate ' young I.eggelt, lie met n fear
iuiiieaiii. vt ulcli is of the most worth
tills one human life or tho success of the
attempt to suppress seciet societies In that
Louee- mi aucmpi which will pune
futile, and n stnfe after a result Impossible
of attainment ? It may be tine, for all we
know, that some of these Middies aie
formed for the pmpose or gambling and
drinking , but ir so, It will soon show
itseir, and the icmcdy is at hand. Admit
ting that tliese societies in colleges aie In
expedient and, to n ci'itaiu extent, an evil
when Hie fad is established that they can
noi ne suppiesseii, is it not the better course
to countenance them, allow them to asem
hie in a room without resorting to places
w here accident meal ways liable to happen?
Let our college authorities devote them
selves to educating the young men to such
a standard that they will only seek these
n'soeialious for mutual Improvement, in
stead of arousing an opposition which must
inevitably result in serious, if not ratal, ac
culents. And let them, above all thing'-
icmeiuber that the students, placed tempo
rainy under their charge, are young men
,-iin:r urn (-onilii inii, nsu .;niii
From vailous fads and Indication? ic
ccived lately by Dr. I.lmleiiii.in. diicclor
of the lloreanof the mint, thai gentleman
is conllrmeil in his opinion exprcsred about
a lortiiight ago, that silver will be quite
generally used in connection with, and at
tho same rate as fractional currency by the
1st of November. All the mints in the
country aie under oi ders to win k to their
full capacity, and ahe.idy the I'hiladi lphi
mint is in icccipt of Hitlers foi silver com
from vailous parts or tiie couutiy. Tin:
superintendent lepoils that he has lcceiml
from Chicago flO.OUO ounces of silver bul
lion witli directions to stiike it in half dol
law, quarters and dimes, to be used in that
city as cuireney. The Millie of the bill
non is Mi.'.gimj, and the mint will set about
rorwoiknt once. Some or the business
places In isew Yoik arc alicadyadveilisiii
that they will pay specie In change.
Iiiiniuiriiifr Humors Alioul .lay
(Mould's financial MiiiiiIIiil'.
Singular minors were in circulation in
Null sticeton Thursday In icjraid to Jav
uouiu. 'lliey seem to have ctn.m.iteil
largely from John F. Cole, freight agent
of tin. Hi I,, mil, .in.l lll,.l.,i- ll.iuhl. .ut,,, I., in
tHltlOH. 'rim point or the minors are that
n.,..M 1... . 1 . r , . . .. ....
i",n.i, iiiMtnu oi oeing woiin minions, ns
generally supposed, I", as tho street phrase
goes, "burst. Mv. Cole makes the follow
ing curious statement: U'licn he (Colej
was freight agent of the F.iio railroad and
Gould was piesldent, he made a ncrsonal
loan to (iould of 910,000, Could- plea be
ing inai no wamcu the money with which
to pay Ei ie employes. Tills was about the
lime when strikes were so frequent on the
J.ne load owing to the inability or Fisli
and (jould to pay the men. Cole declares
he has never been able lo get Gould to nav
me loan. lie says further that when
(Jould was president of Kile the State
Prison was in such Immediate bersiiec
tie that he (Could) displayed a won
derful penchant for purchasing diamonds
and precious stones, propeity which was
it once valuable and not table. As it Is
well known, the Utile piesldent of Die was
very unostentatious. Fish's person Hashed
with diamonds, while Could made no ills
play ol' them whatever, but was actually
the possessor oi an extremely valuable col.
lection. At one time the finances of the
Erie mad tmdei Gould's iiriiiaacmeiit weie
so straightened that .Mr. Cole says Gould
hyphotlieeatcd his valuable diamond col.
lection in order to raise money to pay the
employes of the Uiie company. Gould has
commenced a suit In Philadelphia to attach
some ot the propel ly of tho Xew Jeisey
Southern lailroad, from which he lias re
cenlly been misled. He says he wants
years of icst and is fixing up Ms accounts
for the purpose of making a solmirn in
Europe. lie has a mlsundeistandlmr with
his late brokers, Osboin & Clmpln. O.s
bom, It is said on Hie street, played ;i sharp
game nu Gould. Kldildge of F.'lmlra, for
meily a dhector of Kile, is in town seeking
n seiuement ot loans made by Mm
A l.cssmi In I(i-silliiillllll.
The Jhllimme American tells how the
banks lesumed specie payments after the
great financial panic of 1857. He.suinptlon
was then effected by u coup tfetat on the
paitof the New York banks, and nil the
fine-spun llieorlesof flnanclalists fell to the
ground. The banks or the country, ns.
semhlcd hi convention in New York. dis.
cussed the question or icsumptiou for leu
days, and finally icsolved to icsunie on the
1st of July, some six months dlstnnt. Tim
Xew York banks ' bolted," and, meeting
separately, voted to icsiinio at onco. That
inayhavo been wlieic Hot ace 0 rede v irot
his Idea that " the way to resume Is to re
sumc." The next inoinlngspcclo was paid
out ficcly over all their counters. The pen
phi for u few days ran arter the coin, but
they wcic soon willing to idurn It lo the
hanks, and a week after icsuniptlou
tho bank vaults had actually in
c: cased their specie, those who had hoard
ed gold no longer wishing to hoard It, be.
cause It was worth no moio than paper,
"In a few days," says tho American, "tho
banks or lloston, Philadelphia and Haiti,
moio also followed the example of the
New Yoik banks, nnd In leu days all but a
few of the "wildcat" bauks wcio paying
specie for their notes. The predictions of
tho croakers nt that thno proved fallacious,
and tho speculators In gold who had so
long deluded tho peoplo with their false
thcoiioB and jircillctlons, rctlied totally ills
comfltted and lefutcd." Wo are not uuro
but that tho same policy would bo equally
successful to-day. At any rate, uow is n 1
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4 RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, SATURDAY M0KN1NG-. nnTOTiRR 9f. irtm
favorable tlmo to try the Oxneilmcnt. the
balance of foreign trade being In our lnvor
for the first time since the war, nnd a great
slitlnknjc of prices having been caused by
IVIIlii: OHM'S MAftltlAUi:.
IVIint wa Xal .Seen hy Ilie i:neclnnl
Throng- Hint AVnltcil In si. Ilitr-tliolonitm-N
Thursday A r.mtiih
nil over .Hurray Hill.
"He nt tho church lo-monow nt two
o'clock shaip If j-oii want to ce mo mar
lied," said Judge Old or San Francisco to
his Mend, as they met in the Fifth Avenue
Hotel, New York, Wednesday afternoon.
A number of his Intimate acquaintance
and hale fellows iced veil a similar veibal
Imitation, and wcic on lime Tlunsday nt
the place designated.
The sexton found on Thiusday morning
at 7J o'clock fifty persons walling at Hie
inn lids of St. Harlholoinew'M Church, .Mail
ison au'iniuand Forty-fomth street. They
expected to sec Sirs, dicer mariled to
Judge Ord at t ight o'clock-, and were ex-
hllaratcd and patient twithstandhig
the chill mid dampness liefoie the sun, lis
lug nbovc the brick houses, dries the
stieets. When liifninicd hy tiie sexton
that he was told that the mairlage ceic
lnony would bo pei-romied nt II o'clock,
they wcro disappointed, but walled on.
Five hundred persons by I) o'clock were In
St. Hartholoinew's Church momently hush
ing down their lively low-toned chat, and
turning their heads toward the door, ex
peeling to see tho hale and happy Judge
Old and .Mis. Greer, the long-ago belle,
and since thai time mother and widow,
walk, up the middle aisle nnd go out of the
c.hiircu iirine nnd gmom.
hen the would be witnesses weie dis
peisetl by Hie announcement that the lec
tor, the Key. Sir. Cooke, had pronounced
me nupiial teiiiiiony nt 8 o'clock at the
lesnlenceorthebiidc, !.'T:i Fifth avenue
mill that the hridi mid groom weie at that
time eating their wedding breakfast, the
excitement was general, and especially
tho.se who had waited since half past seven
were overcome with vexation nt bavin"
loiced thcmsclws liom their pillows at
uneouifoitably c.uly hour.
-v a quaitcr lielore two Thursday aftei
.....Mi in,- jj.uneniig oegan again, anil a sur
prised group of ladies sui voting the empty
church saw a handsome man walk down
the aisle, who said: "Ladies, I am soirv
that you have to be disappointed. .Airs
dicer as inaiiied lids morning at
o'clock, and Is on her way to California.
i ne lames looked nt each other and went
out to talk il over; while moio twos.
thices, and sixes came up, and a .Madison
avenue car unloaded at the door. Gentle.
men from the Fifth Avenue Hotel con
fronted each with a mutual "sell" on their
laces, l-.veiy ono lingcied for a sidewalk
dlscussion of tho joke and to look at the
.1 lingo urn lives about half tliu time in
San 1 rancisco, and half the time in Xew
loik, at the Fifth Avenue Hotel .Mrs
Greer was an old lcsident ol the illy
whcieshehas a large circle of iclatives
Thebridegiooiiiisngcd BS, the luide fi3
and both nre wealthy. Mrs. Ord was mar
neil in a dark travelling suit, with her boil
net on, and with the ceiemony of the llii".
mil she was not given away.
ys i..r . j.ivl.tl lii.-nU r,.nl. .,,,,., u.t.l ll.a,
urn Dade a cheerful good-hy lo numcioiis
wedding guests, and stalled for Cilifornl;
They will trip it to Fmopo in Hie spilng.
V Ca nip Miriirlsi'd anil Moi-lc ICi-i an.
v-qn. ,i ames i-.agau, commanding the
camp near Foil Laramie, Wyoming Ten!
toiy, reports that on the Khh (,r September
no proceeded to Foil Fi ttermau with one
ontcer and seventy-two men, and on his ie
turn to Fort I.aramic on the 17th. found i
iiesn Indian tiail on tiie load known as
Fettcrman, cut off to Clioyonns, Follow.
ing me trail, lie came upon a p.nivof t.
mans liiimoenng ten or liflcen at noon the
next day, nnd suriiri-ed the parlv In cum.
t,u u.u isorui i.uraniie, about twenty miles
.... i... -... i -
above its mouth, and lecoteinl rUbino,,
head or hoises, mules mid Monies, nine sail
tiles, iwo rules, ammunition, and their
blankets and war outfit. Had he known
me Indians weie hostile, ho could have
Killed the last one, but under eM!n nr.
tiers lie could not attack until lie wlls as
sured that they were not a friendly hunting
pauy, suen panics having a perfect rl"ht
to hunt south of the Platte. The stock
stolen by the Indians was letiimed In ihc
t 'hi el
The lepoit ol Gen.
I he Army,
Slates Aimy. to.
engineer or the United
geteer with the ropoits or subordinates, i
elaborate. As lieietofoie. an mm,,,,,,-!..
Hon of 400,000 is icenminnml,.,! r,.
F.at lilvcr, New York, Including it coiitln
uaneo of the wmlcnf removing obstructions
it Hell Gate. There are utiw.nd nf :mn
dill'crcnt ilenis covered by the rcpml. lie-
ommendatlons are made for all the works
already commenced Tho estimates will
not exceed those of last year, but Congicss
has lieietofoie cut down the estimates of
the bureau, and made appropriniions with
in such limit ns appeared desirable, consul
eiing tho condition nf the ticasury. He
commendations nieinado for the fuither
extension of ilver and harbor 1m
Very much progicss has been imuln In
nu me w oiks tuning tho past year. Tho
impoitnnco of appropiiatlons for the foiti
fictitious of tho Delaware is picscntcd, ow.
big to tho shlp-buildlng interests on the
liver. The apprnpilations asked for the
Western lakes mo very large, in fact, the
subject of fortifications and ilvcr ami bar.
lior linpiovfinents generally is earnestly
urged upon Congicss, and only such winks
recommended ns seem to bo required by the
general interests of tho ctnmtiy. Itecom
inendation Is made for the continued Im
provement of the liarbois of Washington
and Georgetown, At least $.10,000 uro
asked for tho year ending wilh June, 187,1,
in addition to tho sum already on baud, and
If the project of tho Ho.utl of Survey bo
begun, the nppiopriallon should not be less
(looii Pi.Avisa At Haverhill, Mass.,
tho playing by tho firemen, onAVedncsday,
was the best ever made, there. I land en
glue Ij. V. Spaulding threw a horizontal
stream Sao feet and Jl inches ; tho Frank,
lln, of llradford, "01 feet, 8 Inchest the
Protector, ol Fast Haverhill, 310 red, 7j
itches j tho steamers Gen. Grant, 801 red,
4 inches j Kssex, S13 feet, 0 Inches i Cltv
lof IInyorhHl, 2J3 rcot 0 ucbC8,
.iit;itDi:ii in wi:i:n,uvKr,x.
A llllsbanil Ileal- III Wife lodcntli
Peter itldgcway, a laborer at the Cove,
Wcchawken, went on a spree on Tuesday
morning last. Ho did not go home In the
evening, and Ms wife, Ann, started to
search for him. She became drunk before
she round Mm In a low goggery thiee
rouithsof a mile from her house. They
caroused for several houis, and at 10
o'clock that night started homeward. They
quarrelled on tho way. When a quarter of
n mile on their way a Mrs. Marshall saw
Itldgcway knock his wife down and kick
her. The woman did not rise, and soon
became unconscious. Itldgcway, overcome
by think tumbled down beside her, and
they both lay hi the roadway until day
light on Wednesday morning.
Itldgcway then attempted to rouso his
wire to tako her home. He went to his
house, leaving her ill the road, returned
with a wheelbarrow, thiew her across It,
and v heeled her to his house, which Is n
dirty Jitllo cabin on the northern extremi
ty or the Klysinn Fields. There Is scarcely
any fiirnltnio hi the hut, and no bedsteads.
Itidgowny threw Ms wife on a blackened
mattress, mid going tip stairs tumbled down
on another, and went Into a drunken
I'aliick Kennedy, a boarder, heard the
woman groaning in the, foicnoon. Itldgc
way told him that she had fallen oft n
plank walk and hint herself. Some time
aftcrwaid Kennedy found her unconscious.
Dr. Klder found her daylng. Her face,
iirms.nnd legs were bruised black and blue.
At (! p. in. slie died. Itidgeway was lock
ed up hi the Wcchawken police station to
await Hie result of Coroner Parslow's In
quest. Itidgeway's stoiy that Ids wife fell
oir the plank walk and injiiicdjicrsclf is
absurd, as the walk Is tiowheie higher than
live inches. County physician Hack, Fri
day, mule a post mortem examination or
the body, and found It In n bad condition.
Itldgcway is about thlity yens old, had no
regular occupation, mid bears a very bad
reputation. His wire was about twenty
seven, and was a widow when she mairied
Itidgeway. She has a daughter of thiitcen
years hy her first husband.
A I. ltd At t'liIiMll.'lll)' llniig,..
George Dickinson, nine years old, son or
the blind couple that whs inn over and
killed nt Hath, N. Y., recently, had been
living for n year and a half with Nelson
I ifTts family, about a milo south or Hoag's
Cornel's, N. Y. Tuesday morning lie went
out to drive Hie cattle to pastuie and, hear
Ing the horse loose In tho stable and rear
ing that ir he opened the door the animal
might run oul, lie climbed into a window
to tie the animal and reed him. After do
ing tins lie attempted to climb out of the
window, which is meiclya heavy slide, nu
glaed, and in doing so knocked out Hie
stick that held it up. The window fell in.
st.mlly with a thud upon the poor lny's
neciv nnu, as ins feet did not leacli the lloor,
ne was thus held until strangled. Mri
i ""i w ondering at Ins long absence, made
a search and n couple of hours after dis
.Villi ni.' Irish liiiiiilgratltMi:
11 !.... . .
iiiu - uuiiiiiniiec on immigration, up.
pointed ny the Irish Catholic Ilcnevolcnt
i;..S.,.i l , ,,.,.! , ; M. I.,i!.. l...v.
adopted a general plan of operations, which
is, in siibtance, as fo ows : Secrctm-v
dleiman shall correspond with all local and
state societies belonging to the Iii-li Catho
lic IJencwilent Union, requesting them to
appoint Immigration committees. In all
cities w here there are a number of societies,
the committees appointed by them shall
elect sub-hoards, which shall haye supcr
Wsion or immigration in their respective
localities. The National Hoard will ap
point an ngeit nt each seaport, nt which
Immigrants usually arrive in this country,
whoshall, under the supervision of the
sub-board of Hie city, attend to all the
wauls and comfoitsof Immhrrants ns they
arrive, and afford thcni all the juotectlon
and information they may need. It Is fur
ther pioposcd to comniunicate witli all, or
as many ns possible, of tho parisli piicsts
in Ireland, informing them or the object of
the Iiish Catholic Henovolent Union, and
urging them to' inllucnco those seeklne-
homes In this country to place themselves
under its protection, it is not the inten
Hon of Ilie National Hoard, however, to
solicit or encourage immigration, but bm.
ply to protect nnd aid nil those who deter-
mine of their own accord to leave their
Taiii.ks TcnxKii, Not many
mouths ago Hie operatives of Hie Fall Itlver
uid many Jthodo Island cotton mills were
agitating for shorter hours. They nre like
ly to get shorter hours now, whether thev
want them or not. At n meeting of twen.
ly-five Fall Hjver corporations, owning
about thhly mills, tho depicssed condition
or the print cloth maikct and the railing
on in mo demand lor goods were fully ill
rn.-seti, nnu It seemed to lie the general
opinion that the mills would have to shut
dow n to somo extent. Already several rac
toiica in Fall itlver and Woonsockct art
limning less than regular time.
i no uueairo '( culls tim p.i ,i
t. imniooni nu nu penetrable Id ot."
'etroleiun Y. Nasbv Insea sin nun i,
ono or the recent failures In New York.
MKs Massio Anderson of Knllnn. if.
aged eight years, can read any music at
J. Joshua Jenkins has been obliged to
postpone somo of Ms lecture engagements
on account ofsevcie family nlllidions.
Shcrwiu, the broker of Chailcs II.
Phelps, tho defaulting ca.,hcr or tho State
I reasury, Is still in custody, unable to glvo
tho required ball, sj;jo,00(J. "
ti'V' ll,!SOnl! Vi,n,!l."!,in? I'Htorof
the New oik )orltl, has been disabled hy
overwork, mid ids placo Is now filled by
Montgomery Schuyler, a well-known cdi
totial writer on that paper.
Says the Cuuritv-Journul : Tho subject
of Anna Dickinson's last leduio is "For
Your Sako.,' It slio means our sake, she Is
dcuccdly mistaken, Wo want her nu.
tlnclly understand that, so far iih sho and
other young Ftroiig-iuiiidcdfemalesaio con.
ccriied, wo have no sake.
Senator Hoscoo Conkllng has sold his re
sldcnco on Fourteenth btrcct, Washlncton.
for ijS7,000, or ,ilO,000 inoro than ho paid
for It about ten years ago. Tho purchaser
of tho propeity Is Mr. Samuel Hooper, of
Massachusetts, who will add It to "Worm
ley s Homo."
Allen iV; Drew, U7 .Merchants' How, nre
selling goods nt cost for 110 days, to close
out slock i Hats, Caps, Furnishing Goods
nnd Heady Made Clothing, Good Goods
at very low prices.
IlurlliiRioii IMslrict Ministerial Av
The Burlington district ministerial nsso.
elation will meet at the M E Church, Ycr
gennes, on Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct.
23lh and 29th, 1873, commencing nt 10
o'clock a. m,, on Tuesday.
op.der of Excr.cisns.
rrcaclitnjf, Tuesday evening it oruhnm.
, Alternate, T t; Potter.
Prcachlnr, Vednesday evening', W 11 Meeker.
Aiternutc, V 1 llulburd.
stato ot the soul aricruuutn.
inutvlauallsm o Grew. J W Bennett.
Hotels of America. W 3 Picket..
., . , A V Marshal), c C Gilbert.
Preparation tor the pulpit,
1) 1" llurlljurd. A J Ingalls.
I)lscusslon-Is It possible lor a .MethotllU
preochcr to keop tho discipline 7
Dispctants L'MI bond,
DISPUTANTS . I w w j.u,lert
Conllnuous mental development lis Import
ance to tho ministry,
U It Dunton, It .1 Davles.
Scopo of the pulpit,
, .. , . ,., , I.Nlleauitry, WI.Hmlili.
Is the day of .Miracles p:ist7
.1 Chase,.! J Austin, M I.iiihniim.
Preparation of young mi'n for the ministry.
. . -I Sewmmi, il I'A'ustln.
Ilxegesls. 1 Cor. I l,
, I. H Walker, C .1 Molt.
Hketcli, t Tim. C 23.
... . . WW Foster, Jr., IK'ot.
Tliu salvation of children,
J JJfoc, OA Slevcns.
All llxritllig Cliltse.
For some months N. M. Johnson, lncr
chant nt St. Johnsbury, has had abstracted
from his store at various times, property
amounting to between $300 and ij 100. A
part or the goods wcic traced lo the house
of one Hlchard II. Wilson. On the 10th
lust, a warrant was obtained, which com
ing to the knowledge of Wilson, he Imme
diately lied, closely followed by ShciilT
Weeks nnd some half-dozen other p.ut!e.
Wilson, who was walking on the track,
saw Ids pursuers nnd forded the ilvcr, now
swollen and very rapid by reason of the
rains, dlsappercd In the woods on the other
side. The pursuing party then numbered
thltty men and boys ; but although WlUnn
was caught slghtof at different times tlur
ing the afternoon, lie eluded his puisuers,
and night setting in, further pursuit was
abandoned. The officers then telegraphed
to vailous paitsof tliu stntei offering a re
ward for Wilson's capture, but up lo the
present time he 13 still nt large.
Jaii. Cscai'K.-Saturday night, October
11th, the prisoner Fisher, confined In
Irasbugb jail on n charge of burglary,
made his escape. Ho managed to get hold
of a small Iron bar, and witli this and u
small piece or a skillet handle nnd a small
bolt, he was able to pry out the bolls bed
ded into the granite and holding the lock,
and thus opening tho outside door of the
upper pan of the jail. He then went
through a window to the top of a low shed,
and easily reached tho ground. The last
heard of Mm, he was in the Queen's Do
minions. Sgnmir.i. Hi'sr. Squirrel hunts, in
which sides sue chosen and u day or two
devoted to the slaughter nf small animals,
seem to llourish in Vermont. Theie was
recently a two days' hunt nt Saxton's
Itiver, near Hollows Falls. There were
Hill ly-tv.o men on a side, and the count
was 11 ;i00 on one side and O.O.w on tho
other. Among the animals killed on both
sides wcic 'J hawks, 19 rats. l woodchucks,
IS gray sirairrets, 11-1 red squiii-els, Olfi
chipping smilrrels, 5 crows, 1 coon, 10
skunks. 10 blue jays, 17 wood-peckers,
!M,r,li'i;.,r!T,n"', 1 .fov.- J" n'1 l.HH animals
were Killed, most ol them harmless alive
and useless dead. This wanton destine
Hon of life for no purpose except to gratify
the most brutal Instincts of men and boys
tines not speak well for, nor can it have a
good effect upon a community.
Kxcitino Coon Chase. Tuesday even
ing a lively Ilrunswickian (N. Y.; hunter.
who was with his dog out after conn-,
started in that paitof the town just beyond
-Miuviiie, and about ten miles from Troy,
a monster "varmint" or the species racoon.
Five ol Ids neighbors joined in the chase
with him and lively sport was experienced.
Cooney took to n big maple and made
Tor the end of a largo branch, where he
couched and glowered down on his pur-
Hirers. Two of the hunters shinned up
the tree and blazed at a nair of rclnwimr
eyes (all that was vWble of his coonshiii,)
out without success in hitting him. Cooney
however, deemed bis Immediate location
too hot. and he dronned so smldenlv
among the hunters at the foot of tho tieo
mat, ero tney could recover from their sur
prise, ho was oil. The doirs. luramw.
stuck to him and, after a circuit of a mile
or two, lie was treed in a scrub oak near
Hie first tiee. A lucky shot brought him
down and tho successful hunters carried
home their trophy. Tiie coon weighed
Faiimkim' MriUAi. Fun: Ixsuiianck Co.
At the twenty-fourth annual meeting of
this company, held nt its office, in .Mont
peller ou Wednesday last, the following
Directors and ofllcers wcro elected for the
ensuing year to wit :
Directors Addison milll. I CJ ttat n vita V
Cook. New Haven: lii nil 111 trt nil ntinf '
tllas 11 llurton, .Manchester, and Tarrant
Sibley, Henniugton Centre; Caledonia
county, George S Shaw, St Johnsbuiv;
Chittcnrcn county, Torrcy K Wales, Ilur
ingloiii Kssex county, William II Harts,
horn, Guildhall; Franklin county, Wil.
Ham Ii Sowies, Swnnton ; Grand Islo
county. David S Sweet, Alhurgh Springs;
Lamoille county. M O Heath, Johnson;
Orange county, John C Steams, llradford ;
Oilcans county, Joseph Hates, 2d, Deibv ;
Ituthuid county, M J Francisco, Itutlanil ;
i asninjiioii county, .loscpn roiand, Mm.
uel Wells, Carlos Ilaucroft. Tlierim O
Hailey, A C Brown nnd I' I' I'itkiu, .Mont
lieher; Windham county, K H Campbell,
Hrattleboro ; Windsor county, Georgo S
Hobblns, Chester. '
Onicers-l'resident, 1'eriey 1' Pitkin ;
Vice-President, Torrcy 10 Wales ; Secre
tarv, Joseph Poland ; Treasurer, Samuel
llrlllinir -boiu tho Mini',
T.''c,'u ,!t 11 ,lr' Hunstcr living m Upper
runs m l no town of at heist c .1 ,. i.
wits oorn August vj, 1778, nnd is conse-
lucutiy nearly mi years of age.
Another nf the old KRiiiem
.Mr. Hufus Williams, died nt Ills l-nslileiwii
recently. Uncle Iturus, in ho was famill.
nily known, was 78 years of age.
Hev. C. C. Torrcy, of Cliailotlc, ex.
changed pulpits last Sabbath with Itcv. W.
P. Alkcu of tho Congregational church.
Mr. B. II. Stearns and wlfo or this city,
left Vermont on Tuesday last, for Hlawa'
tha, Ivansiis, lo spend the winter.
Thirteen bushels of corn In ono day,
husked by a woman 7a years of age, is do.
ing pretty well. That is what .Mrs. Pludo
of Vcrgcnncs, did ono day Inst week.
On Monday GO head of cattlo nnd 00
Hon"1' WC1 ml Uom Vergeniii's sta.
Mr. I). Mcllrldo has sold his farm In
Pautou to Mr. Chas. A. Smith.
The Individual deposits in tho National
Bank of Yerg.ar.C3 amount to 817,700,15.
ism. i.ncTuiti-; couhse. is74
YOl'.VO MK.VS C-imiSTIAN ASSOCIATION-.
Till: LCCTl'HC COM.MITl KB
beffto announce the followinir attradiv en-
Rnf ?.',c,l,'t?.f;J,r "A? e',i"!f S';ason, und respect
iully solicit the liberal paironujfn of tin? 1, lure
Thomas Vast, October ss.
Mrs. Makv A. I.ivermoiii:, N'ovembcr It.
Hon-. 1V1I.HAM Pakson, November 39.
Jons n. Oocou, Dceinber .
Wu.UAM .. Aniikkws, Junuiryo.
Tho sixth nppol!itm"nt to Ijp nileJ.
The season tli kuts, Ineluillnit secured sent,
nr,'r.,,.la'-;,;a ,lt 0B' Prt v'ti.m t-ueli, u ml it
will be Ihu endeavor or the eoimnltti-u to so m
rjiiiici) the selection i)I tents s In do equal jus
lice to every suuwilljnr. 11
the FiitsT i.r.cTciti-;
ot the course will b dIlvereil
OlM'.ItA IIOUSF., ItUi'fiAND,
TirnsDA r i:vi:., nor. 9f,, istii.
srii.nXT : CAIIICATL'KINCI !"
Illiislrali'dwllh hlnck bomd caricatures of pro
minent characters drawn In the presence of Ihu
.Mr. ISnM, thoiii;li new tolliu lecture pint foi In,
slMiiilsunrivalleJ In Ilie urt which has mndo his
nnini) ruinous, itml has already met with crnll.
Ij lint success In this new Held.
The cominltteo make the conlldent predict Inn
Ihathls lecture will lie one t.f th" most ittliai'
tlte entertainments of Ihu coui se.
.Season Tlekels, (Including seal) ii it
Single lectures, ro
Hesi'rved seats, extra, un cts.
Tickets for sale nt the music store of ,J. II.
Meeker, mid nt tho floor, and may also hi: se
euri'il liy appllcnllon tn tliu leclure eoiniiiltli:e,
.1. M. Iluv, ii, II N. .Merrlam, or Henry I'. Field.
Doors open ni ti o'clock ; lecture lo corn
menee ut b o'tlock.
Iliilland, Oct. S3, dif
,Jl!'i "eri'tofore existing lie-
tnecn I.. II. t.'ook x. L. C. Norton under the
inline of Cook A. Co., Is this day illssolwd hv
mutual coiisent. 'I he Hume of the llrin-tjook ,v
to.,-wm i,e tiwain rtitnre only In selling the
go ids anil sen iig the a Hairs or the company.
I.. II. t ook will continue- tho huslin-ss In Iii
tup', I.. II. COOK,
.... I.. U. NOIflON
lli'lisoil, Ocl. lsth, 1573. Oct Ii2 W3tdlt
PIKENIX MLTL'AI. I.IPE INS. CO.,
It A It Tl' O It 11. CO N N j; OTIC u t ,
44s llroadnay, Albany, N. V,
C A U T I O N .
AH persons are hereby cautioned against
paying any money to, or doing any business
whatever with, ('. I., llabeock, ot Itutlanil, Vt
onaccoiiut of the I'ho'nlx .Mutual Lire insur
ance company, of lluitford. Conn., as the said
llabeock Is no longer In the employ of said com
pany, und Is largely Indebted to lids onice for
premiums collected. All parlies will be duly
notlllcd to whom lo make their payments.
ocl7d2wiw4iv M. V. II. HUM., Manager.
ftlUUnmi ami jgnnry ffioods
T F. .Al P Ii i: O F F A S II I O N
At the recent State Fair for the most
stylish and handsomest assortment
of Millinery, Fancy and La
dies' Furnishing Goods.
HAHGAINS ! ItAltGAINS !
la opening of Ihu season,
Full line u(. Millinery
I'ATTKItX DATs-, n.OW'KltS PLl'MliS, TIPS
TKIMMKI) AND l'NTl!IM.Mi:D HATS.
Itlbbons, Netts, Laces, Frames c nt pi Ices
cheaper than eter.
NOVi:i.TII IN AliCNDANCi:.
t ids! t 1 1: S
Ing Mlk Windsor Ties In all shades at as cenrs
I ringed at sue., l'ulku dot Tie ut 40e., and a full
and complete, line of all the latest si vies ami
shades ul bottom pi lees.
U N D K it (i A It m i: N T s .
Wo win selljottn seven tucked skirt ntfl,
t iubroldered Chemise nt tl, tucked und em
broidered drawers at I!, long night robes, beau
tifully made, tl.co; children's Mlpsnt SOe., all
w orth double the money.
COIISIXS AND llUSTLUS
llelts, Infaiits'wear.lloslerv.rcnt'nih.ry Hum
1 1,1. ntl.l fiitltrnlu '
Alexandre's Kills nt tl ;
All stylos nnd prices, from 'JW. upwards.
Wo still continue to sell thoso long, heavy
nrst class hair switches at tJ.TSsnd t.i; Linen
unuin one jura long, in sue.
III abundance. Tho latest nn.i h-,n,i.
iiun.nn,-, in iiiiiuiiu ui prices lotver than eer,
luadont handsome und best nrlnts. rut p,nnn
nlse. ut tl.T.s. and lots nr iisriti civiici. n,i
l-hfltl ,,l..lll..u l v.-, ... ..j.. nun
ASUilVS'S TVSiri.K OP FA8UI0S
EW STOltE! NEW GOODS !
Mns. IL I). STEVF.NS,
(siiccossortoMIss It. Mower.)
Would respectfully imlte jour attention to
coMPLin'i: stock or noons.
which she Is selllns at tho very lowest tirlces
mci:s, laci: vi:n.s, laci: uahiis,
WOIISTIMI VOItSTi;i) PATTEItNS
IIAMlll'lIU .t NL'l.'DLi: VOI!K,
HEAL 1IAIH SWITCHES ,t CUHI.S,
A full lino ot
CIIILDUKN AND INFANT'S CLOTHING.
JUl'hnt, F(,Mih, Flown and JTatt,
wduiany other thhi,-s usually kept Inn First
FANCY OOODS STOltE.
Please call nnd L'xnmlna before nitrMiabinr.
?ro&' ami Ufrticinrs.
J)HCOS, MEDICINES, f Ilf.MH AI.!
I'ATCN'T MnniCIKES, PCIiri MCI!!
I'ovkkt cVTj.t:i:v, toys
F A N C V t, n O D
t.Mi'ii: vruri; nu ip rjt
CALL AM) EE is
Nil 1 - f EM Ml NTIIF.KT,
FUANC Is FLNN A C O
I J just reeelVHil from the llaar.l 1
npoiung cowuer and I)u. 1. Mio lnt
FKANCls) 1-T.NN i CO,
flMIAT HACKING, HACKINO COUGH
,.i.wl.".Wl wear you oul. To Kendall's
Pectoral llalsjin before Us too lut' It. will
l'. fi:nn ,v co., piioriiitron.i.
ItuiL.ud, X t
'yilY will you suffer witli tliat ct.ld
,' when you havu a reinudj In Dr. Ken.
uuu s t-eciorai ii.tisam inacwui cure ,
it, oniv.wcenis ror large bottles.
I'. Fi:nn k Co., Piioritir roii
No. 13, Center St., Itutlanil,
JVEItV DAY HHINGS
S O M Y. T II I N O N L
All thoe who wish
Dnl.IVFIsni) AT TIICII! IIOMr. -
SODA AND SA HA TOGA W VTLKs
ct:li:iii!ati:d siphon r.o'nui
As sparkllnj and a--pur. jsihawnfr n the
i-'OFNTAIN AT MY Cot NTKII.
Cull and examine ni
11 MHltCII ANTS' HOV
ALliEItT W. HJGGIXS.
g W. S.MYTII, M. I).,
PHYSICIAN AND M'Hlll.ON
tor nil diseases of the
Catarrh, Aslhma, Consumption, and all kin
dred diseases of the Mucus Membrane -u .
Dr. S. may bo consulted free of charge at Ids
Haxteu National Uaxk lli nmxa
Ofllce hours, Inn. m. I04 p. in., antic lo
S P E C I A Ii N O T I C i:
Owing to pressing business engagement -
in Canada, Dr. Smyth will be nbsent fn.m
Hutland from Tiiursday, October SOtli. un
til Tuesday, November lltli.
E E K S A- 11 A H II E It
AT NO. 1, OPHIA IIOVSI; IILOCK,
Keep a full assortment of the following
HOUSE FUHNISIIING GOODS
FHENCH CHINA WAIIL,
TAULE OLASS WAKE.
SlLVLlt PlnVTED VAItE,
PAINTED TOILET bETS,
TASSELS AND COItDS,
UMrs AND LANTEUS,
WUolesalo and Retail,
LAMP CHIMNEYS and liritNEHS.
Wholesale and lietall.
MATTKA8SES and LOUNGES, and
mylutt DONE TO OltDElt.