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THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 21, .1870.
TIWHSDA.Y, SKl'TKSIUKK 21, 1870.
Adcerlltert toIf ji'fi mini fn (Aft'r mailer at an
tarty an hour in the afternoon at convenient, lly
to doing they wilt girt it more time to arrange and
projterln iHiplny them, than if taken alalalehour.
Tho circulation of tho "Dully Olobo" Is equal
to, If not in cxcois of, any othor dally newspa
per in Vormont. Tho circulation of tho
"Woekly Olobo" is a half larger than that of
any othor wetokly nowspapor in Western Ver
mont ; and moro than tho comblnod circulation
of all tho othor wooklios in Rutland county.
til RBrAHTMKNT, 1
CH1KI' SIONAI. OITiCEi;,-
un, Sept. si, 1 a. in. J
Ut-FICK OF TI1K i n
For tho middle states, northeast to south
east winds, rising barometer, cooler, paltry
cloudy weather, nnd at tho southerly sta
tions possibly light rains.
This U the best llictimatlfin neither of
the year so far.
Ths Salem and Sir.Uoga trains wcro be
lated last evening.
' Peter Ncary, who was pardoned out of
states prison a few days ago, will return to
Ilutland till 3 inoinhii;.
Wo were misinformed as to the lialcts
corpus case of l'atrlck Kelloy. The case
has been heard, but no decision ha3 been
J. A. Gould lias a new advcitisement
this mornlne in which ho advises dry
goods purchasers to look out for new goods
he is to receive.
There will ba a grand temperance union
prayer meeting at tho Methodist church
this evening. No meeting will bo held In
any of tho other churches.
C. A. I'arkhurst & Co. aro offering n
large lot of embroideries at reduced rates,
and, nlso, In prints, hare special bargains.
Head, advertisement In another column.
Tho conductor of the I'lattsbttrg Elated
last evening that bo knew nothing of Til
ton's being found sitting on Mrs. Wood's
berth talking with her when tho car
reached Rutland, as reported.
Ijost, on Wednesday, cither In tho pas
senger depot or in tho 6lrcct between the
depot and FishcrM ristauraut, n roll of
money of six or seven dollars. Tho finder
will bo liberally rewarded by leaving samo
at Fisher's rcslaurant.
Counterfeit S10 bills on the Lafayette
National bank of Lafayette, Ind., arc in
circulation. They aro well executed, and
only an expert can delect them. Their
dato 13 December C, 187-1, the bank number
being 1,490, and tho United States treasury
Tho Woman's Temperance Union will
meet in tho parlors of tho Congregational
chapel this afternoon nt three o'clock. It
is necessary that every interested member
should bo present, as delegates will be
chosen lor tho annual meeting of tho state
union, to be held at Bennington tho 27lb
and 28th Inst.
We have received a poem in eight verses
"On Death." The following verso is a
sample, and if our readers hanker for more
wo will publish the effusion entire :
If Death was that which wealth cou'd buy
Tho rich would live tho poor would dlo
Somo would live extremclr ell
In proportion te their gold.
Hutland camo near having a caso of kid
naping yesterday. Guy, the four year
old eon of C. A. I'arkhurst was playing a
short distance from his father's, when
an old woman who has been begglne
around tho village for Eome days, cami
along and enticed tho boy to follow her
Some one who saw notified Mrs. Parkhurst
who followed nnd recovered her child.
Parents cannot bo too careful in looking
after their children.
A largo nudlenco assembled at the town
hall last evening to hear T. N. Doutnoy's
second temperance lecture. The houses
have increased every night thus far, show
ing that Mr. Doutney is an attractive
speaker, and also that n considerable inter
es is being awakened in lids subject. The
mooting was presided over by Geo. W.
Woodhouse. The Introductory prayer was
made by Itev. J. W. Eiton. Mr. Doutney
related bis experience as a liquor seller and
his conversion. At tho close of tho regu
lar lecture ho rcpaitcd, by request, tho
capital characterizations of tho evening
previous, together with his representation
of delirium tremens. Mrs. Doutney sang.
Tho Rutland correspondent of tho Bos
ton Journal is an "enterprising cuss." The
first intimation wo have of him is in ihe
following item : "Governor Pcckhas par.
doned Peter Neary, who was convicted of
arson In 1839. Probably the governor be
Haves in mercy m well as justice, nnd
thinks that thirty-seven years' Imprison
ment ought to havo taught Peter the error
of his ways." And then, for fear this was
not punishment enough, follows it up with
the following: "Gov. Peck has pardoned
Peter Nenry, who wa3 convicted of arson
at Ilutland in 1539." If Tilden bad been
governor of Vermont, tho delay would not
liavo been vciy remarkable, but Gov. Peck
moves a little faster.
An entertainment will bo glveu at the
town ball Friday evening for tho benefit of
tho reformed men's club. The entertain
ment will consist oi readings by Mr. T. N.
Doutney, with songs by Mrs. Doutney nnd
quartettes, duett, etc., by Hutland talent ;
the whole to conclude with tho farco,
"A quiet family," by tho members of tho
club. Among tbo eelcclions to bo read by
Mr. Doutney aro: "Tho Gridiron," "Josh
Billings on Gongs,"' "linns dot va3 in a
vlx," "A Frenchman on Macbeth," "A
Fourth of July Oration," "Signs and
Omens," "Gspo Seed," "Chicken on the
Drain," "Tho Stuttering Lass," "Au At
tornf y's Addrcra to Judge and Jury." The
admission is twenty-fivo cents, to go lo the
club, for tho benefit of thoso trying lo lo
form nnd needing pecuniary aid. Tho
houso should bo crowded.
Tho II. II. Baxter hoso company have
just the ncatoH, handsomo four wheel hoso
cait imaginable. It was received T uesday
night from tbo manufacturers, Isliam
Nichols & Co., of I'laltsburg. Ono of tho
most noticeable things about tho cait is
tho reel with its patent soiling and crank
At each end of the icel Is a cirelo with n
mirror in tho cooler, surroundid with a
neatly painted wreath, nnd tho motto
" Young but Willing." On tho front uto
two lamps; tho axe, plekaxo nud crowmr
are all marked, and lu front is tho name
II. II. Baxter. Tho weight of tho whole
is 900 pounds nnd cost G00. Tho compa-
nv'a 'house will bo In arrnnuiiu s mock
Grove ttrcct. Tho olllccrs of Ihe company
aro W. C. London, president! W. F. Paige
vice president: G. W. Dtmton, foreman
William Howe, first assistant j William
Monty, Bceouil nssistantj 0. W. Staley,
clerk; 0. II. Orccn, treasurer; Henry
Oncy, steward. Tho company nnmbots
tnonty-flvo mcmbere. Messrs. Dnnton
nnd llowo liavo been untiring ,ln their ct
foils for tbo organization, ami deserve
much credit for lis success.
RUTLAND COUNTY COURT.
HoYT 11. tVnwarm, Presiding .ludge.
CiiAttxcisv S. Hu.mskv, Assistant
Jacoii KnawiTon, ) Judges.
llitNiiv II. Smith, Clerk.
Thomas C. Hoiiiuns, Deputy Clerk.
Wm. M. Fibmi, Sheriff.
Maiitin G. Evmits, States Attorney.
llAiiNns FnisiiiE, Court Auditor.
SfENCBR C. ltociEns, Court Itepoitcr.
September -0. Tho?. lloss vs. Troy and
Huston railroad company. Damago to ma
chmciy in transportation. Verdict of
guilty. Damages ij81.88.
Town of Falrhavcn V3. Mrs. Harrison
Fish is first In order this morning.
Vermont Baptist Convention.
The Vermont Baptist stato convention
will most nt Chester October 4th nnd Oth.
Preachers, D. Spencer, . M. Luther. Ilc
Uitn checks will bo given to those who pay
full fair over tho Central Vermont rallrcnl
and its leased lines m tho slate.
Itcv. Henry Wnul Beechcr delivered nn
addrc3 at tho Caledonia county fair Tues
day. Ho ppoko mainly on Ihe financial nnd
social condition of tho country, the causes
of the hard times, tho lesson taught by
them and tho remedy for them. Ho spoke
strongly lu favor of the earliest pcsslblo
return to specie payment as tbo main con.
dilion of ter.ewcd business activity. In
spite of n soaking rain, which has continued
twenty-four hours, about two thousand
people assembled to hcarhlm.
The Derby Lino Murderer in Court.
Edwin 0. Haydeo, who shot and killed
his wife r.t Derby Line, was arraigned
Tuesday before tho Orleans county couit,
now in session nt Iiasburg. Haydcn is in
a terrible shaky condition, and when asked
by tho couit if ho desired counsel, could
hardly reply, and finally faltered out that
he did, and tho court assigned him Hon.
John L. Edwards, ot Newport, and Gen.
W. W. Grout, of Barton, two of tho lead
ing practitioners of the Orleans county
bar. Hnydcn will not lo tried this term,
It is thought his counsel will try to get his
6entenco lightened from death to imprison
ment for life. Haydcn does not look llko
tho eamo man ; his checks aro sunken and
he is pale and haggard. For all ho has
claimed that ho wanted to bo hanged, "tho
sooner tho better," to-day's transactions
show he will make an effort to save his
The Connecticut Valley Narrow
Engineer John Sprngue, of Conway,
gives to tho Springfield Jlepulllcan these
particulars of his grand Connecticut valley
uarrow gaugo railroad scheme : Tho dis
tanco by our survey from Holyoko via
North Iladley to Turners Falls is 31 miles;
from Amherst it is 32 miles, and tho total
distance from Turners Falls to New Ilavcn
is 100 miles. Threo dlfllrent routes ptc-
sent themselves for a continuation of ihe
line north from Holyoko: First, uniting
wilh Ihe Massachuectta Central In Iladley,
and crossing on their bridge and read-bed
to Northampton, then from Northampton
via Couway to Shclburno Falls, then unit
ing with tho Green mountain survey
through Wilmington, Vt., north to Mont
real. Second, via Greenfield, thence up
the Green river through tho corners of
Halifax, Guilford and Marlboro to Wil
mington, Vt. Third, from Turners Falls
via Bcrnardfton, and up Fall river through
Guilford to Brattleboro, thenco up the
West river, intersecting with tho Green
mountain survey near tho south lino of the
town of Londonderry. Maps of tho sur
vey from Turners Falls to Now Haven,
with profile of tho amount of work, aro to
1)3 made to present to capitalists to raise
money on, and, if tho citizens of any one
or all of thes3 threo proposed routes will
use a very small exertion, they can have
their routes surveyed and mapped in con
nection with tho main line, thus showing
It all n3 one completo line, nnd nlso ascer
taining very nearly what will be tho cost of
building tho same.
The long looked for nnd much needed
rain has at last come. Sunday, the 17th,
was the first rainy day of tho ccnion.
Nearly all tho rain wo havo had Blnco May
lias lallcn In tho night time. A lucky
thing tor hired men.
Mrs. Timofhy Hastings, while descend
ing n (light of stairs in nn outbuilding on
.Monday last, made a misstep nnd fell to tho
ground, sustaining severe injuries, tho most
serious of which was n bad dislocation of
tho elbow. A physician was called, the
dislocation reduced, tho patient otherwise
properly cared lor, and sho is considered to
bo doing well. Mr. Hastings is absent at
Miss Ella D. Howard of Illinois, is visit
ing her friends In this vicinity. Sho is a
grand daughter of JessoBawyer, esq.
Itcv. lt.T. Sawyer, rastorof tho Univer
salis church in Gardner, Masi., is in town
and will deliver n lecture nt tho North
church this (Wednesday) eveninc. Sub
ject, modern spiiituallsm.
Potatco3 nro in good demand, with prices
tending upward, and buyers pleuty. Tho
crop here is said to bo nbovo tho average,
both in quantity and quality.
Orton T. Barnum, our repiescntativo
elect, anil Dr. Thomas, nro ut tiio cenlen
nlal. Mis. Ladd and her son John Btuit
Monday fcr tho samo destlnillon.
l!ev. Geo. S. Gold and wlfo have gono to
Iowa to visit a i-on living there. They
wcro accompanied by Mis. Julia Gago ns
let as Illinois. Aire, usee, wo understand,
W going to spend the wiuter there with her
brother, Limits cjolliiis.
Itev. Ira P. ICellogg, of tho Baptist
rhurch, mid Ills daughter L'zzio have gono
lor a snort visit to Demy.
Dr. I'. 0. Ballon has n son Irom Illinois
hero vltltlng. When to returns tho doctor
thinks of accompanying him as far as Phil
llev. Ilenrv Dav nrcached on tho Bidiro
last Sabbath, (in the abscuco of Mr. Gold,)
a very nblo sermon.
John lienor, aged 12 years, son of
Piter Bceor. fell from a butter
nut tree, ono week ago last Sunday,
and wa3 very badly bruised about tho fnoo
and shoulder, lie liao got nuout ngam,
Hopo ho may bo moio careful lu tho fu
Wm. hweelland of Colorado territory.
Imi been on a visit among his friends la this
vicinity mo past week.
Fall 6chool taught by Miss Belle Wilcox,
wo learn is progtesslng finely. Bomotwen
ty-fivo scholars aro in attendance.
Mr. J. II. Pingrcy nnd wlfo have left
iiosion ior ineir iiomo in llio west.
Mrs. Silas Thompson Is spending a few
weeits wuii menus in jjoston anil vicinity,
FAIR AT LUDLOW.
Bovonth Annual Fair of tho Farmsrs and Me
chanics' Union at Black Elver Driving
Tho seventh nnmial fair of tho Farmers
and Mechanics' union, was held, ns hereto
fore advertised, nt tho Black lllvcr Driving
park, midway between Ludlow and Proc-
tnrsvllle, on Tuesday nnd Wednesday of
tho present week. On account of tho rain
which prevailed throughout the cntiro first
day, nothing was attempted other than tho
making of n few entries.
Tho Indications on Tuesday morning
wcro nono of tho best for fair weather, but
inasmuch as it did not actually ram, tho
fair was got under way. Tho attendance
was somewhat limited, when compared
with somo former occasions. Of course,
tho inclemency of tho weather, actual nnd
prospective, had very much lo do In shap
ing tho size of tho crowd. Then tho fact
that trottiog formed no part of tho pro
gramme this year, tended undoubtedly to
make tho attendance much less than It
otherwise would havo been. The bIiow.
however, wai very creditable In many re
The cumber ol cattle upon tho grounds
was n marked feature. Of working oxen
thero were nearly an hundred yoke.
Among those who had quite a number
of different kinds of cattle, may Lo named
Gen. Geo. V. Duvle, of Cavendish, who
exhibited no less than thirteen head T
thoroughbred Jefscys nud seven of graded
Jerseys. Tho general's entries of this
particular breed of cattla have always been
number one. Stoughton A. Fletcher, from
Indiana, who italics this place his summer
residence, nnd who takes n lively interest
in every worthy enterprise, bad on exhibi
tion sixteen head of handsomo Dcvons.
Samuel Abbot, of Chester, baj n fine lot
of graded Durham, twenty head In all.
C. W. Stearns, of Cavendish, had a splen
did Devon bull on tho ground, perhaps
somewhat bard to beat in the entire county.
Ho also hud ono or mote Devcn cows, and
several younger creatures, nil first class.
Tho show of fruit, especially apples, was
better, wo think, than wo havo ever teen
at any previous fair on these grounds. One
man from Cavendish, Mr. Oils J. Hemen
wny, had no less than forty-six different
varieties of apples, the product of his own
Very fino specimens of corn were con
tributed by different person). Vegetables,
enough to make u fair showing, were ex
hibited by farmers residing in this and ad
Floral hall presi nted its usual appearance,
wherein woman's handicraft was very well
represented. For tho purposes of this re
port we do not care to particulates here
after wo shall hope to again refer to this
Tho show of agricultural implements
wn3 very meagre indeed ; scarcely worthy
of being mentioned.
The Hon. Byland Fletcher, president of
tho association, made a few rcmarkB by
way of Introducing the Hon. John Gregory
of Northfield, who delivered tho annual
address. Tho address was entirely practi
cal aud wholly given to tho objects of the
association. Tho Hon. and llev. gentle.
man "stuck to his te.t" admirably, which
is more than can bo truthfully said of all
who occupy like positions. Thanks to cur
speaker, who understands his business, nnd
comprehends tho occasion he represents.
It should havo been nnmid in its proper
connection that the exhibit of musical in
struments, In tho bhnpo of organs, was
"good enough," the Estey organ company,
of Brattleboro, having line specimens on
tho ground, in care of C. W. Stewart, tho
gentlemanly agent of the company ho rep
resents. A. A. Maguiic, of Springfield,
was also present, with a very fine toned
instrument, for which ho is the agent of
tho manufacturers for this section ot the
6tnte. Mr. M. being n proficient in the art
of music, is cncblcd to plscs his specialty
before the public in the best possible light.
Mr. M. played his instrument very finely.
Tho Allimout cornet band, of this place,
furnished the music for the occasion, doing
themselves great ciedit by their efforts.
It is proper to remark, perhaps, in tho
closing of this hurried report of tho fair at
this place, that tho feeling on tho ground
wa3 unmistakablo that tho management
has not been in all respects what tho in
terests of the institution required. A
livo men needs to be at tho helm of affairs.
Many of tho ofilcers arc quito efficient, and
nothing disparaging should be tnld of
them. Make all of this descriptive and
add some new features to the fair, and It
will not go a begging another year, as it
evidently has this.
Mr. Chas. W. Farr, for a long lime sta
tion agent at Brooksville, died quite sud
denly Monday morning. He La3 b:en af
flicted witli consumption for several years,
but has been feeling as well ns usual and
attended to his duties until tho day befoio
his death. IIu leaves n widow and four
children, two of whom, a boy und girl, are
awny irom liomc. r unerai woanceuay,
tho 20th lust.
Tho Derby Line Forgery Case.
John llccco of Itock Island, P. Q , who
was arrested at Derby Lino, in July last,
and committed to Irasburgh jail in default
of 3500 bull for uttering forged paper at
tho Derby Lino national bank, has, through
his counsel, got his case continued until
tho next term ot court, in February,
Itccco is n young man, who has heretofore
given gicat proiniso ns nn inventor, being
tho orlglnat'jr of tbo only practical circular
smutio scwiug machine in existence.
Thcio mo a largo number of carriages
and sleighs stored in my barns, nt tho fair
grounds, which I should bo pleased to havo
tho owneis claim and f uy storage for.
Any parties that wisli etonijo for vehi
cles, or thoso tLnt havo them already stored
with me, and wish them to icmain, I shall
ho pieasou to mako arrangements Willi.
Also in or 20 tons of good liny for salo.
ecpt20di;wlw W. 0. Biiaistki),
Coin ITlukom Wuutocl.
Five good coat makers wanted.
but good workmen need apply.
Novak Ss Muitniv
Visit Mrs. G. T. Loop's hair store, Cen
tcrSt., over Townsend's furnlturo rooms,
Hutland. Vt. dtf
J. Estey & Co. havo made nnd sold near.
ly 40,000 Cottage Organs In tho last four
years. Another maker boasts of having
mado 80,000 In tho last thirty years,
Which shows tho grotlcst present popular
ity ? Estey Organs for tho centennial year
are all now styles, and new prices, and the
best of terms. Address
Gkohub Q. Day,
nov23dydly Hutland, Vt
Over 8(1.000 Organs.
We did not mean to boast when wo said
that Mason and Hamlin had mado nnd sold
over 80,000 organs, wo simply said it that
pcopio mignt know wnat organ leans ino
world i talk Is cheat,, but facta nro worth
something. It is a fact that tho Mason &
Hamlin organ is the best mado organ In ex
istence: it is a iact that the M.ifc II. organ
has tho best musical qualities of any organ
made; it Is a fact that tho M. & If. organ
is the best organ mado, all of which havo
been Droved, tlmo nfttr time, bv their re-
cclvlng tbo highest rewards of merit and
gold medals over nil other organs. You
cu buy them and pay !3, $4, $5 or SO
per month, or rent thcin till tho rent pays
E. II. Wood.
d&w General Agent, Hutland, Vt.
Ta all who aro suffering from tho errors and
Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness,
early decay, loss ot manhood, etc., I will send
a recelpo that will euro you, KltEB ot CIIAUC1E.
This great remedy was discovered by a mis
sionary In South Amorlca. Send a self-aa-dressed
cnvclopo to the Itov. Joseph T. Inman,
Station I), lllble House, New York City.
John Cain, nirent of tbo Vermont mu
tual and other companies. Qfilcc under
tho town hall. d&w
nillBHT RYES, rciular features and a trraco-
ful Mauro fall ta nroduco their due effect II tho
complexion la defaced with pimples or blotches,
or tho skin Is rough or harsh. To remedy theso
defects nso olknn's feuLrnuit fc'oAr, Hale's
HAtit hvk restores me lingo ot j ouin to Bray
IIII.L-In Mount Hotly, HeH. 1st. Lucy, wlfo ot
Aorauam urn, agca is years, moiuun ana u
LOItt) In No. Shrewsbury, AugU3t29lli, Lowell
Kibcrt, son or I.. K. ana ucicstia Lora, aged z
years, 3 months and 15 days.
Ono or two experienced men on sash nnd door
machtnerj-. C. I'. FOUE3 M'F'O 00.
sepnid3ti:wi frown roinr,, n. v.
Edges and Inscrtiiigs,
at lower prices than ever offered In Hutland
county. Wu liavo In stock '.',oco yards bank
rupt block of tho nbovo jroods, which wu shall
offer for u row days at auch low prlC03 as will
bo sure to mako biiIo of oery yard.
New Dress Goods
in hEAL UltOWtT, NAVY BLUB, DAHIC QREKN
and H lack CAbUMUItlM, at a great bargain.
Again wo havo tho largest (0,000 yards), and
as usual tho handsomest involco of
In town. Every lady should soo them, or send
for sample. Seal lirown, Navy UI110, Ac., In
Wo continue to send old garments to bo
dyed or cleansed as now. Send in your old
duds, and they will appear as new,
C. A. Parkliurst & Co.
Clydo Disaster Six
WII.MI kotos, Kept. 20.
Tho following nro tho details of the
Clydo disaster. The steamship Hclecca
Clydo sailed henco Saturday morning with
n cargo of naval stores and cotton. She
becamo disabled off Ocracoko Inlet, twenty
miles south of Ilntleras, Sunday morning
about 7 o'clock, from the falling of deck
lead, breaking the steering gear nnd loos
ening of tho deck lead becoming cntsn.
gled In tho propeller. Tho wind was
blowing a perfect hurricans from the
south-east. In tho effort to heave tho deck
lead overboard Mr. Whlttaker ol Charles
ton, E. Elyo first mate, Fred Williams
steward, and two seamen wcro washed
overboard and instantly drowned, lly tho
heroic efforts- of tho captains, chlof engi
neer, second mate and cook, tho spanker
was raised and nlmost Immediately thrown
clear from tho mast.
They next inlsed tho mainsall,but It was
soon blown lo ribbons. They wcro unable
to clear the foresail haliards but succeed
ed In gelling the jib two-thirds up. Engi
necr Jones ami the second mate, llerricks,
then tried to clear tho propeller, but
wero washed overboard, and immediately
disappeared. Tho Etirvlvors clung to tho
ship with tho sea washing over her fore and
aft. About ono o'clock, tho shore ap
peared in sight, tho wind havinj blown the
ship bsforo it on tho tcich. Tho rnptnin
nnd cook then managed to clear the port
boat, but It got away with only ono man
in it nnd ono clinging to the stern. The
breakers soon swamped tho boat, but tho
two men, Sol. Whltely, an oiler, nnd a
colored fireman, managed to reach tho
shore. The lest clung to tho hull of tho
ship until It wa3 washed to pieces, and
then struck out for tho slioie.
The Yellow Fever.
THAT IIALTIMOIU: EI'IUEMIO.
Wasiunoton, Sept. 20.
Tho diseatc In lSrltimore, which tho lo
cal press call typo-malarial fever, and
which others call yellow fever, is on the
AID FOIt SAVANNAH.
Nr.w Vonu, Sept. 20.
Mayor Wickhatn has Issued an appeal
for aid for tho sufferers at Savannah, llrig
John II. Kennedy, Hickman, from Savan
nah, which arrived yesterday, hod three
cases of yellow fever on board. They
were transferred to the hospital.
Savannah, Sept. 20.
Tho yellow fever interments to-day were
thirty-sis. The epidemic is Increasing in
violence nnd fatality.
The Negro Riot.
Acqusta, Ga., Sept. 20.
X portion of tho federal troops from
Aiken aro at Home's Bridge and a portion
at Ellentown. Negroes burned tho grain
houto and other buildings on tho plantation
of Joseph Ashley, four miles from Hobbins,
Tuesdaj night. Tho whites attacked the
negroes and a fight ensued. Several per
sons wcro seriously wounded oa both sides
and some are reported killed. The negroes
bushwacked Deputy Sheriff Patterson of
Hernwell county, nnd he Is seriously
wounded. Threo hundred ntmed whites
arrived at Steel Creek to-day, and tho riot
it is expected will soon end. It is known
that Johu Williams nnd Hobert Williams
of the whites were killed by negroes. Ke-
ports ns 10 the number of negroes killed in
the various battles d liter.
Another Guilty "Molly Maguire."
l'orsvai.K, Sept. 20.
Tho caso of Thomas Duffy, another of
tho "Molly Maguiro" conspirators, who is
accused of being an accessory beioro the
fact to tho murder of Policeman Yost at
Tamaqu.i was given to the juiy late last
night, and this mornlug n verdict of guilty
of murder In the first decree was returned,
This Is tho ninth conviction for murder of
members of this organizitioa, five being
nlroady under sentence of death in this
county, and three in Carbon county.
The Syracuse Homicide.
Syracuse, N. Y., Sept. 20.
The man who threw the itoriu fiom tho
effects of which young Sweeney died in this
city Monday, was am sled on a canal boat
about eight miles east of this city yester
day. His namo is Hichard Tattcu. Ho
does not deny tho net, and had not heard of
his victim's death until arretted. Tattcn
e aye ho throw tho stono in self defense,
Swtcacy having first hit him with 6omo
missile. Tho prisoner Is a canal driver,
and has no filends.
Odd Fellows Celebration
Piirr.ADELi'iiiA, Sept. 20.
Tho parade nnd attendant ceremonies of
tho independent order of Odd Fellows of
America, which look, place to-day, wcro
tho most brilliant and imposing ever mado
by this order, tho number of men in line
being vmiously estimated from 15,000 to
20,000. Tho session of tho grand lodge this
morning was occupied by transaction of
routino business nud reception of parts of
committees: an early adjournment Icing
mado to (ako part In tho procession.
Five Negroes Injured.
Hm i'ALo, Sept. 20.
Fivo colored men, while at work on tho
trestle-work of tho Central car shop at East
Buffalo last night, wero proclpltntcd to
tho ground by tho breaking away of tho
trestle, and badly injured, two fatally.
Leo Found Guilty of Murder.
Salt Lake, Sept. 20.
In the Leo trial to-day, aftor Judge llorc
man's charge, tho jury retired at 10:45 a,
m., and at 4:30 p. 111. returned a verdict of
guilty of murder in tho flret degree
Lowell, Mass., Sept. 20.
John II. Tarbox was unaulmously re.
nominated to congress by tho Eovcnth tils-
trict democratic congressional convention
Death from Scalding.
St. Thomas, Out., Sept. 20.
The engineer, Wm. Hunt, who was so
severely rcalded nt tho accident on the Can
ada southern 1 all road last nlglit, died to
PoitTSMouTir, N. II., Sept. 20.
Hear Admiral Pcmccck died hero sud
denly this afternoon of apoplexy, aged
New Yoiti;, Sept. 20.
At Fleetwood park yesterday tho first
race, mllo heats, for iJCOO, 2:(i0horees, win
won by Pat McOanu in threo etralght heats;
2 3i, 2.3J,2 20i lino Matted. Tho sec
oud race, sor 2 .'11 liotscs, len starters, flvo
heats wcio trotted. Tho firtt was taken by
Fanny Haymond, the second by Fred. Ty.
lcr, the third nnd fourth by Canlo N,, snd
tho fifth by Harry Gilbert. Theso four
will finish tho match to-day,
LOUISVILLE .IOOKEV CLU11.
Louisville, Kept. 20.
Tl.o fall meeting of tho Louisvlllo jockey
club opened lo-day. Tho Hist race, mllo
and a quarter dash, was won by the favor
ite, ltcd Man, Plullis second, Ivilburn
third. Tlmo 2.101. Tho second race, St.
Legcr sttkes, two miles, six started, was
won by Crcedmoor, Herctng second, Bom
bay third. Time, 3 31. Tho third race,
mllo heals was won by Emma O. follow
ing Is tho
E tii ma C
Time, 1.45, 1.45,
Elmiua, Sept. 20.
In the tccond day's races the 2.25 clats
was won by Eva, Clifton Boy taking tho
first two heats, lie was declared distanced
by tho judges In tho third heat for running
into Bluo More. Ill) pulky win brokin
and driver thrown to tho ground. Tho
purse was for $1,000. Following is tho
Lady Mack 4 5 3 2 2
Ella Madden 2 2 4 2 4
Eva 0 4 111
Bluo .More 2 3 fi 4 3
Tom Keller 5 0 2 5 5
Clifton Boy 1 1 (list.
Time, 2.23, 2.40.
No lime is announced in the 2 29 class.
In the 2.40 class, five heats, tho rncs was
won by W. II. Arnold. Tho pur5e was
$000. Following is tho
W. II. Arnold 12 2 11
Star 5 5 3 3dis
Maggie Mitchell 2 3 12 2
David 3 14 4 4
Sorrel 4 5 5 5 3
Time, 2.41, 2.33, 2.40, 2.33.
In the second heat Maggie Milc'jcll and
Arnold were set back tor runmug, tho heat
being given to David nnd no. timo an
nounced. DUTCHESS COUNTY FAII!
PcuariKEKrsiE, Sept. 20.
Two thousand persons were present nt tbo
Dutchess county fair. In the race for
horses under six years old, owned or bred
in tho county, C. Mnuforl'a Kisard won in
three straight bents, best time 2 GO; Tho
race for 2.40 clasi was won by Nyo and
Jones' J. D., taking first, tecond and fifth
heats, Hornbeck Booster taking third and
fourth heats; time 2.40, 241, 2.12, 2.42,
From New York.
New Yoke, Sept. 20.
The nuswer to the suit by tho mayor vs.
Wm. M. Tweed, for twelvo million dollars
was served to-day. It is substantially that
the people get judgment in tbo plaintiff's
namo against the defendant for nearly seven
million, and ngainst the estate of James
Watsou, deceased, which plaintiffs alleged
to be jointly liable, for nearly $7,000,000,
which should bo deducted from the claim,
und that the people compromised with
Watson' executrix and abandoned all
claims against ids estate which bore com
Daniel nnnw's estate ii.NnKi: the ham-
To-morrow, flvo farms announced be-
longing to the estate of Daniel Drew, aie
to be (old under court oiders in foreclos
James Dedwill, an old man who has
been on tt ial for two days for tho murder
of his wife, pleaded guilty to-day to inur.
der in tho secend degree, and ho was sen
tenced to stale prison for life.
AUCTION SALE OF COAL.
The Pennsylvania ceal company sold to.
day 100,000 tons of Pittston coal. Tho f ol.
lowing prices wero obtained : Grate, $2 90
3.02j steamer, ij2.003 02 ; lump,
:?2.003.02 ; egg, 3.12 ; stove, $3 00
3.75; chestnut, $3. HiSti 30. The Debt
ware and Hudson canal company will sell
100,000 tons of coal on tho 28th.
THU HUSH TO THE CENTENNIAL.
Tho agents of railroad routes to Phila
delphia report the travel through Jersey
Cily unprecedented. Two hundred and
fifty cats wero run yesterday by the Penu
sylvanla Central railroad alone. Tho rush
continues utabated to-day.
STAI1UED WITH A FAIR OFSCISSOl'J.
This morning a negro waiter, named
David II. Peterson quarreled with bis mis
tress, named Josephino Kelly, and drove
ono blade of a pair ot shears luto her tern.
pie, killing her instantly. Peterson was
New York Day at the Centennial,
Philadelphia, Ecpt. 20.
Th.o New York state building on tho cen.
tennlal grounds was thronged with visitors
from tho Empire state to-day. Tho rccep.
Hon by Gov. Tildca to-morrow will con.
tlnuo from ono to threo o'clock, Gov.
Tilden arrived here this after.
noon. A meeting of tho New York
stata board of centennial managers
was held yesterday. The manugers ox
pect that after paying all expenses aud re
ceiving tho proceeds of tho sslo ot their
building they will have n surplus or 5,000
from tho $25,000 appropriated by tho btato
for her representation at tho centennial.
An Absconding Forger.
Hociiestei:, N. Y., Sept. 20.
It has transpired that Hen'y G, llamll
ton, who lelt hero a week ago and who6e
present whereabouts aro unknown, is tho
forger of a check to tbo amount of i7,200.
which has been cashed by Messrs, Husfo
cfc Erwin, manufacturers, of New York.
Ho is a man of prominent business iand 60-
clal relations, nnd of a reputation ior the
strictest Integrity In every respect. Tho act
will causo general surprise.
Keene, Sept. 20
Chllson A. Woodbury, a brakeman ou
tho Cheshire rnllroad, was killed this morn
Ins by being knocked from his train at Old
The Now Loan.
London, Brpt. 20.
Tho now 4 percent. United States fund
eil loan is quotedjat from one-hall to three
Tho Indian War,
St. Paul, Sept. 20.
A Pioneer Press epeclal from Bismarck,
says Gen Terry nnd staff arrived thero to
day en rottto for c't, Paul. A dash by
tho seventh cavalry and a batlalieii of tho
sixth Infantry upon Wolf Parish agency to
Intercept Ihi Uncnpnpas' attempting to
crots at that point, was iv failure. Tho
troops failed to overtake the Indians, who
succeeded in fording tho river, nnd escaping
to British territory. Tho employes at the
agency, who biw them cross, represent tho
number at several hundred. Tho Indians
confessed they wero In a destitute
condition nnd had thrown away
lodges to facilitate the flight s they offered
extravagant prices In ponies for nnimunl
tlon. Tho troops left in cantonment nt
Tonguo river nie making gocd progress In
building huts, mi l tho other battalions nle
cn route for their icspectlvo posts.
Washinoton, Sept. 20.
Tho trial of Gen. Babcock and Thos. P.
Homervllle, charged with conspiracy in
connection with the safe burglary case, was
resumed this morning. Col. II. C. Whit
ney, chief of tho secret service divi'ion,
was examined but nothtng new was elic
ited. Whitney, who lias been Indicted
with the defendants, testified under a nolle
prosequi, granted in consideration of his
evidence, nnd stated that tho assistant dis
trict attorney, Harrington, and Gen. Bab
cock wcro cognizant of tho burglary, and
promltel their co-operation in protecting
the rurticipanta therein from punishment.
HooiiKo-iEit, N. Y Sept. 20.
Judgo Samuel B. Shcldun, for many
years judge of tho supremo ciur.ty court
and nf tenvards of the court of appeals ol
this state, died suddenly this evening of
dltcase of tho heart, njc 1 70 years.
O largo Silver Shipment.
London, Soft. 20.
Tho Times in it3 financial article, sajs
we understand the German government has
sent C300.000 In (liver to England for
transmission to India by Thursday's
Syracuse, Sept. 20.
The champion Chicago White Stockings
wcro whitewashed here to-day by a score
of 2 to 0. This is tho first lime the Chi
cngos wero ever beaten by n non-league
Tho Abyssinian War.
London, Sept. 20.
A dispatch to tha Dally News from
Alexandria says it i3 again currently le-
ported that tho Abyssininns have captuied
Massowah and two Egyptian steamers.
FINANCIAL AND COMM.EUCIAI,.
New Tori: Stock and ilono7 Markot.
Hbw Yohi. Kept. 20.
Money closed easy at y, percent.
I'llino mercantile paper 4M per cnt.
Rinrllmr exchange nulct ni 4ts3 and 4'lkf.
(lolil oncneil at l'O, udv.inetil tu Ws. nnd
closed ui iiu.
Clearing at mo utnu jsxeuange tiy,wi,wo,
custom receipts, faiu.eoj.
Treasury dlsuuisemuits, fss.eco.
Hra'ononils quiet mil nomtnit,
ltallroa 1 bonus st'oni: nnu naive.
Stocks at tho niienluir where c mnired worn
(i'i per cent, lilgner except New Yui-k Centr.11
wmco w as , luner. -mere. v. . 11 u lunuer mi'
vanco or '.l1.. uterlntht New York Centra
shares. The market t hen reacted '.(4 In
tho general llst ami I1, 011 New YorkCciirr.l,
hut about noon iheio as an ndv mce nf '
tliti tatter New York Central anil .Mtchlimii Cen
tral. In later deutlutrs tlieru was a further rise
of 't,, tlio inner -Mlcuigan ueair.11, wnieii
was maintnincii 10 ine rime.
Tlin transactions In stocks to-ilav aiirreaat
ed 17,10 shares. Tho pnnelp.il iiealluh-s vter
as rouows :
New YorK central arm liuason itiver, 11, a ;
Lnko Shore, 28,'J-o hock Is and, vaa i W. at
em Union, 1 i.'-s 0 ; Delaware, Lackiw.ionB
and Western, lis SHU : Sow Jersey CiiiTal. 13.-
0J0 j Mlchlff in Cen'ra , 0.SC0.
woiu c oseu ai. iwwwvft.
Money ottered at la.
(loverninent bonds tlull nnu loner.
btato bonds nominal.
Stocks closed active and strong.
Tho following aro UK-sunlit.,' .inoutloua :
U. a. 6s '91 ret; IT1, tlanem 1M
U. H. Cs 'St COUP...II8J4I ilo pref 133
O. H. 5-ios "Ci coup. I Mlcliiijan central iy.
U. B.J-30S'lB Old 112',, P.iilttlim 12s
U. y. r20s i5now..iU' Union tMcltle.. ti
U. t. N203 -C7 110, Ldkohtiore & Mlcli-
u H. o-U'js us usi,; Iran nuinern.. si
II. h. cs new Hi
Illinois Central.. . Ms
rj. s. 10-403 reg....lll!."
Currency tls 120.V
Delaware and Hud
sou Canal ft
lonsoltaatcd coal so
Western Union T01-
cieveiana & ruts-
Chtu.tk'o & Koith-
uo orer. .. ui
bus X Cln 3".H
N,. 1. central av,
KocU Isliud. ... 01
egruph C9V.MII. & M. I'uuL.
do pref... 17
Puclllo Mall.... . 2JV
Adnnn Express. .. ion
Wells, Fargo & Co. S3,v
uncrican M, u. Ex-
United States Ex
Suw York Central
and II. It. It IK
do pref 15
do nrt'l ttik
Port Wayne ion,
Chicago & Alton., vi
do met.. 117V
Del., Lack, k West. 571,
u, 11. a n 1 iu
Hannibal a Si. Jo
central r.tcinc... 1111
Union lMclUc K6K
Exchange Ion?. . . ,ay,
How York Jfrortnca Market.
NEW Yoke, Sept. 20,
Knocn. Receipts 14,300 barrels. Tho market
is quJtcu asunwng airuirt uuwuiceu oteeon
low rrades nnd MluncMjtas : other kinds with.
out decided change ; tho demand is active,
sales of 25,300 barrels No. 2 a: 13 Wai 01;
sunernno western ana stun' at iixasibii
common to good extra western ana mate at
f.i oo,.ir, 10 : L'ood to choice do. at is lra55:
common to cnolco whtto wheat western extra
f5 55.aoi0; nuey white wheat western extra
at fO war 75 i common to goo! extra Ohio nt
is 00311 75 1 common to cnolco extra St, Loul.i
at (5 IMS so; Cliolco Mlnm'sou extra good 10
prliuuat (1 004SOO ; cholcd to double extra at
5 0.'(saco. Market closing Hun
Wheat Receipts 4s,ou bushels. Market
Is quoted ns quiet ; shippers ami millers tiro In.
cltned to hold OH. Sales of C3.0IK) bushels at
1 00(1 12 lor ungraded Boring : $1 12 for
old No. s Chicago: 11Ji1 15 for idd winter
red western ; 11 vu ror new wm-er r'i, uiuo;
fl2T for new amber Tcimcueu ; tl ! for new
amber Delaware ; I Si for extr.i new white
uve Tho market for ryo 13 dull. Snles of
BO.OO) busUf 13 western im. isxtt'i ic ; Jurtej
Pennsylvania und state N nominal nt 8M-Se.
luui.Kv Tho market 13 steady and nalet
Sales or o.'OO bushels o-rowetl stato to nrrivo at
11.MU.KY Malt Tho markot Is quoted as bo
Ing quiet nnd steady.
cokn. Receipts wi.M) bushels. Tho marko
13 tuny jtfusio ueuer , uni-u uciiiauu. nuciYju,
000 bush, at 630 til storo ror dam iced mixed
M'jo lor hot mixed s SSisaj 'or graded and
ungraded steamer mixed: 61), or graded
mixed ; r.S:.Glo ror ungraded western mixed ;
Dtfotuio tor nanjas uiieu , w;t?ui,; lur b.m
mixed t 020 for wutto western ; r,JO ror yenow
southern on dock
Oats. Ilecetpts I0,7to bushels. Tho markit
is 0 noted for old at 2ritio higher: 1:10.1 demand .
new rules heavy, sales ot i74,oo btiihett ut
WStv for mixed wet tern and state : ts.W
5lo ror whlto do., Including New York No 2
nt 3J ; do. No. 2 whltu at 40,3410 ; No. 2 Chi
cago ut 40i51".o j now mixed wo-tern nt 37
Alto; new whlto do, at Si42J$o j now mixed
statu at 40.313c ; now while do, ut 40,451c.
Hat. Tuo market la quoted Una; 00 for
llurs. Markot Is quoted us steady. Sales
at 101S200 for yearlings t 2515J for new crop
Vew York state ;ir.,.il3crot iiotnlual California ;
i5S3.vj for new ciop.
'Joffek. Tno market for Illo Is quotod qutct
and also tlrtn nt 15,'3is'o cold lor ungues;
iSHtSlMio gold for Jub lout.
8uan. Tiih Btigjr mrket quoted dull aim
unchanged. Sales nt ftvasvo. I r rolr rctlnlug;
(VV'.e ior good do ; U'.tjuuu '01 prdno.
Molasses. Tut maim" tor grocery grades la
qttlot ut 3h,3Ui for 1'oito Itlco.
tticic. Tho market n. quoted as bcln
atiudy aud lu moderate Inquiry
I'M KOI.KUU. Tuo market is quoted as dull 1
unchanged. Sales of critdoal I4)c; rellueu
at too ; cases ut 3333lo ; city naptha ut 14c,
Tallow Tho market Is quutea its being
steady. Sales ot l,3is lbs at R'($o for goj ,
liaas. Tho market Is quotod linn at 2 1,321X0
for atato and l'cunsylvaula ; s.'ji'.'Jj tor west
ern. Pork Tho market quoted as having closed
llrmer ; no mess fl7 otUlT 23.
Reef, The marktil is quoted as being dull,
LiHit The maritet Is quoted us ui cuing
nrmer and closed ho vv. H .lesol prlmo ileum
at t0 75 closing utf OCA5I0 cs.
U utter Th market is quoted as being
llrm ut 10380 for Western ; Sl$m for state.
ifiiifEsn '1'lin market l.i nuotcd as bclns
Irrrirutar at. Vic. tor eotntnon to prime.
Whisky Tlio markot la auoled as bclnc
quiet nnd II im nt 1 1 11.
WATERTOWN LIVE STOCK MARKET.
For Woek Ending Tuesday, Sept. 10, 1870,
IMOCNT Or LtVK STOCK AT MARKRT.
Cattle. Sheen & Lambs. Swine
Tills wet'X no CM 8311
List wee : mi tws ton
Ono year ai,o sin 0,67 01
MUMnP.ll FROM TIIKPF.VRKAI. STATES
Ciittln. HheenALnmbn. Calves, tiwlnc.
N. II IV, xi-i
Vermont.. 173 21' 1 ....
Mass .... ....
New York. 71 1150
Weateru.. 007 . ...
Cinatln VM ....
Total.... 1310 fl52 St 8311
No of cars lloaton und Lowell, M.
I'rlcesnr market Heel A fnwchntcu at trr.oa
f 7 75 ! extrn tr coi? 2.', ; nrst nnnlltv Jd 2f,,i
to ,nj second quality swqoooj third quality
rricosorstoio cattle woruintf oxenv pair,
from floo, tl&'i, tlttcwo.
Milch cows and Calves from 3050: extra
(.'-Vs.', ; f.trrow cowsfWcsro.
ie.iriiiist.siu(j2ii two years oiuribujaa; mrce
years old inms-lo.
Western fnl. swine. I Ivo 7c ner lb: Northern
dressed hos 8c per lb.
Prices ot sheet! nun lambs In lots, at $1 S",
12 0.), J2M(3 on each j extra (3 8
each, or Irom ajsvc V ft. Sprint' lamuj 4'.m
veal cntro.s .i to,, m
l'rlces of hides, tallow and skins Crichton
hides 0;cv ft; country hides tXGi) y it.;
urlrrliton tallow oj y it; country tallow
6C V lt.
l'tiistwc t-acn j can skins, 103110 y it,.
CLASSiriCATIOH OF CATTLE AND BUEET.
N. II. licet C'holco erodes Includes nolhtnc
but htall-tcd ll(K) lo 14110 lbs bullocks. L'xtro
ana tirst quality includes tho besr. larirc fat
oxen. Second and third quality Includes oxen
ana two and tin eu year old steers.
Sheep Kxtrn Includes cossets, aud when thoso
of Interior quality arc thrown out.
Cattle Wo fliruro 1310 head of cnttln nt this
lautllui; for tho woek t HUT camu from tho wear
via Grand Trunk railroad. A fulr uttendani e
ot buers, but when dealers camo to ask ad
vuni'o prices tuey dliln't tell ; what wcro sold
went at last ween s prices, in coesequence ot
the lateness of tha we'ti-rn train tho northern
dealers ha I a clianco to dispose of their f w
lots, mat wcro tieMranie, at run prices. -loun
Rutherford told z fit cows at f32 to e.ieli. to
dres cooilis eaeh : n buPs at $; each, todn -,
!f.O ttiS each. lU'luwuy & sw lit sold 1 enr li ad
otwc3'crn calllu to Cornell Ilro1'., ut fsioiue
welcnt. M. 1 . Shacketl sold 11 steers tot',
entworth, to dress 725 t'is each, ntoon'.,
D. W. j 10 steers ro Hampaon Holds, to rtre-s
i)0 l!.s each, at te f It,, I). W. ; 8 steers to dress
bso i3 ca'jh, atcc v ft, I). V. : 11 head, Id
dress from 4".o to too its each, at c iC;fc V It,, I).
n. 11. j,j,v a jtouiioit sotu jo tii'eu ytaroias
at 3,'4'c, average live loco His. J. W. Taylor sold
1 oxen, to ureas ,00 n3 encn, at o;c.
hhei n and Lnmb3 sunnlleslesi. and anulck-
er trndo noticed. stl" Indicate prices tin
chniiKcd. rmiotie-tnird of receipts weto from
Canada nnd ot srood quality. We think thero
would havo boon n llttlo rlso In rates If tho
weainer imu tern mvoramo ror the meat trade.
M. T. Shackett sold 15 sheep, averago 70 lbs, nt
jj. ii i' recuitin hoi(t its 1 am ns. average .v,
lbs. nt 4c V lb. 1). L. Truci sold 4U sneee: aver-
ago 0) odd lb.', at 4c. t Mcl'reedy snd 10.1
lambs, nwrago Silbs, nt r,Hic. t)ow .tMoutton
sold 160 sheep, average 0! Ib3, at r.c.
ouirry The run is heavy und thooutslan
rate on chickens this week HlsctUbjfor
mixed iot3 or pounr,, u; v
A Ctuullit .Statement.
It is but justicn to aeknoweledga facts
and reward merit when duo lit it iall upon
.vlinm it may. Very many ate prejudice 1
against using a print medicine, because
there nro so msnj worthless, dsily adver
tised; hut there aie exceptions anil Shiloh'a
Consumption Ctuo is one of thcBe. No
Mediclue could for a moment stmd tinder
ihetebt clvcn this unless it had superior
merit. Never betote has a Cough Hcmedy
icciuired so larte a sale in si shoil a time,
ind Riven such universal tutisfactlon. You
einnot nlturd to reluse to try it for Throat
r I.uni; trouble. Your prejudice will
certainly yield after using iij otherwise con
demn it. Samplu bottle 10 cents, regular
oize GO cents and 4(1.00 A. V. Higgins,
I'.ilgu & CtooUj, Jtutland, P. A. Morse,
West ltutland, Itica & (Jo., Cnstleton, W.
dweet, Kairhavcn, J. AI, Campbell, l'oult
ticy; sold elsewlicro by dealers.
"Haokmbtaok" a new and delightful
perfume sold by tho above dealers, elee
hcro by dealers generally. d&wly
f!te lie. lly (IKilie.
ta kect tor salo at tno iouowiug places:
Kast iVALLiMciroun A.S.Mahon, dealer In drj
00 Is, C.
Ludlow ouuruiau ino.1,., drugs, bookh, sta
J tnery, -erlodtcais, J.C
iRATTI.Ktioito 1. J, Carpenter, tiooks,3tatto:i.
ry, periodicals, fancy good.?.
Imindon c o. Dyer and C. C. Mason, books,
t,i loners, periodicals. &c.
diimr-KnURV V. feymourAlden, books, iu
t merj, periodicals, ic.
-"irrsFOitu Dennlson lirca., dry goods.
misTon lllnuu .-nuttuci, paper ui'aetntton
ir , blank books, dru gs, &c.
f airuavkk P. II. Carpenter.
lUSTLETON HIC'C & CO.
WestHutlano C J. Qtlmore, general mer
hiudlse. PouLTMit W. Vf . iltbbard.bookd.stattoucry
enodlcals, luncj goods, c.
North IIunniniiton Henry .Morse, uewsboj .
Valunuioh" II. I". Morgan, sratlon egect
1 ilANCinssTER Herbert hrullb, xowsboy.
vsi.isiitov II. S. Hard.
dusMsaTON 1 .1 Tliranj . perlodtcnis, pup-1
tUTi.Asn spuuiuitig Co., newspapers p
lodtcals books, stationery, ftc; A. ft. Ilowar..,
lepo' restauran : tji-opR counting-rooms.
UinnoAni On al1 1'iorntni: tmtnr- leaving
HOL'Si: THIMMIN(5S, BIcACKKTS.
Cornices, Mouldings, Doors, sasli and
tit CHAS. P. HARRIS tc CO.
Tim Teafheri.' Institute In ItHtland count:',
'or 1S70, win be hoid-n at llrnndon, septembtr
22d nnd 23 1, tho morning senalous beginnbg
att) o'clock each day, nnd with a tesaloa each
ov. nil g
The superintendent nf education wilt ho aid
ed bvenmpet nt Instruct.. rs.
Schoo otlPc rj. irlends of education nnd all
citizens arc liivite.l to nfend.
1 own suoerlntendents clergy rt cn aud ethers
ire requested to help extend tho notice of tho
Institute nnd to rrou.010 a general attendance,
Superintendent of hdu'atlon.
Randolph, Vt 17(1. sopldlaw.vwiw
Yini'S CHKIUIY PKCTOII.VL,
for Disi:.sns 01c tiii: throat and lvnos,
such as coroits, colw, wiioopino
COUUII, llliONCIIlTIS, ASTHMA
Tho few composi
tions, which have won
the contldeneo of man
kind and have become
household words, in
not only ono but many
nations must have ex
l'crlups no ono ever
secured so lile a n ic
titation, or maintained
It ,-0 long IIS AVER'S
t HEiinv l'muitar.. Ir
has been known to tho
public about fortj
years, by a long continued scries or mar
velous enrcs, that havo won for It a confidence
In Its v li ltu ?, in ver equalled by auj other med
icine. It still makes tha most effectual cuios of
Coughs, Cold-, Consumption, that can be made
by 111edle.il suiil. Indeed tho Chcuy Pectoral
has really robbed theso itaugeroua dlseasoa ot
their terrors, lo a groat extent, and given a
feeling of Immunity from their fatal etlccts,
that Is well foundtd, If tho remedy be taken In
season. Rvcry family should havo It In their
closet for tho ready nnd prompt relief ot Its
members, sickness, suffering, und oven Uto Is
saved by this timely protection. Tho prudent
should not neglect It, und tho wise will not.
Keep It by yu for tho protection It affords by
its timely uso In sudden attacks.
Dit. J. C. AYKlt & CO., Lowell, Muss.
l'ructteal and Analytical Chemists,
Sold by all druggists and dealers In medicine.
L.V1C15 11UKON AND OHIO,
for bale by v, 0. LANDON. d.tw
Huniuun has tho jHoiai:$T con-t-'KCTIUNKUY.
mii:. 1 mrtu I'.viq.n
dtw W, C. IANDON,