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THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1876.
Western Union Telegraph Olllce,
Otlco In south ond or passenger depot, on
Merchants' How. Open on Sunday from o.oo to
10.00 a. m.i nnd e.oo to coo p. m., and from o.oo
p. m opon night and day throughout tho
Arrival and Doparturo of Tralm,
TnllHS AHB1VB AT KUTI.JlHD.
From Bollowa.Fnlls, t9:oo a. in.. 2.oo oiltp. m.
" Burlington '11:00 a.m., 0.30 p.m., js
" 'rico'ndorofra, '1l:oa n. m via C. V. n. 11.
" Ui-nnlncton, 1:15 '11:00 a. in.,l:304; 18:40
Saratoga, a. in., O.oo r. in.
' saleta, 11:00 s 'noo p. ni.
, rort Henry, 1J:45 and 7,11 p. in.
TRAINS LRAVB KCT1.AHD.
For Bellows Falls, 14:10 and '11:41) a.m., ft 13:30
" Burlington, IHO K 10.0:) a.m.. 2:(S ft 4-83 p.m
i' Tli'ondoroga, 3:20 p. m.,vla 0. V. It. It.
" Bennington, '6:30 11:05 a. in., t2:10 & 10:W
" Saratoga. 0.30 a. m.. ft "3.55 p. m.
" s.ticm, 6.3 , a. m "3:15 p. tn.
Fort Henry, 1.43 a. m., nnu .vu p. m.
Harlem Extension way, 9.30 r. m.
Eastern way, 11.40 a. m.
T.oy way, 2.00 p. in.
"TO'. 10.13 a. m 2.01 3.46 and 0.30 p. m.
MbVny, 10.45 a. rn., 2.00 and 9.80 p. m.
Boston, 11.40 a. m and D.r.o p. m.
C .nadts, 2.19 and 9.30 p. in.
Norlhernway, 2.10 1). in.
Darlington, 2.10 and 0.30 p. in.
Saratoga way, 3.45 and 9.30 p. m.
No v York, 10.45 a. m., 2.45, and 9.30 p. m.
Connecticut River way, 9.30 p. m.
Woodstock way, (Stage) l.so p. in.
Chittenden, l.i 0. 111.
Htockbrldge (stage), 1:30 p. m.
linnnlngton, I'.SO and 10.00 p. in.
Weatliutland, 2.00, 3.45and9.30 p.;m.
Harlem Extension way, 11.55 a. m.
Sastern way, 2.25 p. in.
Troy way, I2.l0nnde.l5p. 111.
Troy, 12.00 in., 10.15 p. in., and 1.30 a. m.
Albany, 12.CO in. and 9.00 p. in.
Boston, ll.oo a. m 12.( 0 m., and 2.25 p. m.
Oanadas, 10.00 p m.
Northern way, 11.09 a. m.
Burlington, 10.00 p. in. and ll.oo a. m.
Saratoga way, 12.00 m.
Now York, l.so and 11.M a. in., 12.50 m,
10.15 p. m.
Jonnoct lout ltlver way, s.co p. m.
llennlngton, 11.C5 a. 111. and 9.30 p. m.
Woodstock way, (stage) 12.00 m.
Chittenden, 12.0 1 in.
Stockbrldgo (stage), 12:00 m.
West Rutland, 12.00 m , o.co and 10 15 p. ro.
twMalls will be promptly closed nt tho speci
ned hour: all intern deposited In tlio street
ics will bo collected at 9.16 nnd 11.10 a. m.t
.33,2.15,4.00 and last collection (or all nlgh
malls, at 9.00 m. All letters deposited In tho
Lotto r Box nt tlio Depot, will bo collected by
Itouto Agents flvo minutes previous to tho do,
parturo off irh mail train
From tho livening To3t
Tlio Battle of Harlem Plains A
Brief History of tho Struggle-Extract
from John Jay's Address 011
Saturday How Mrs. Murray De
tained the British.
Tho baltlo oC Harlem Plains va3, nt the
best, a mere skirmish. Washington had
nrnctknllv abandoned Hie Uercusc ol Ainu-
hsittau Island when hn retreated from Ilia
cronc-sllo bank of the Ea3t river, lie had
removed most of hia Iroop3 and stores from
New "Vork city to Harlem Higbta three
Java baforo the British 1-kik nobfCBSlon ol
the city, and had leit 1'utran in command
i-r.l... T1,l tv...
Ol IUU lUWfjr pan, Ul liiu jpuiuii. inu-uiu,
ton's rtosition of this time was a pnlufnl
una. He was undoubtedly linage to de
ckle what courte to puisuc. ro letnin a
footliold upon Manhatlnu Island was clear.
ly impossible ; to abandon Ills po;itioa too
noon would lie lo yield an important advnn-
tigo to tho enemy i to linger too long wonm
make n surrender inevitable. His only
hops was to learn IIowo's plans, and to act
accordingly ; but lie nan not me slightest
clue to the proposed movements of (he ene
niv. Tlio services of 11 my were needed.
So, rcceivinc; his Instiuelious from the coni-niandcr-in-chicE
in the house of llnbjtt
Murray. 011 Murray Hill, vounc Nathan
Halo crossed over to Long Uland, and pen
etrated the enemy a line?. 'Hires uaa ni
ter war J ho was hung upon a tree, in the or
chard of tho Ucekniau Inuse, imd Ids bo ly
was thrown into a nameles3 crave. Tear-
compelling romance makers, both English
and American, who have lamented for near
ly a century the fate of John Andre, have
been straneely tilent about poor Nathan
Ilnle, who, with the rope around his neck,
rcgrclted that lie had but ono life to lobe
lor his couutrv.
Aft.'r Lord Howo and his army landed in
New York Washington removed 1110 neau
tiuarteia to Motts tavern, at wlir.t is now
the corner of Eighth avenue and Ono Hun
dred nnd Forty-lhlrd stiest. In spite of
the boiling blood of tho colonial army, os
exhibited in "Fairbattlo's" Idler to Lord
Howe, tun' general landed at Kip's l!ay the
guard stationed there lo prevent Ids lauding
lied without striltlnc: a blow, lolioweu ny
the two Connecticut brigades under t lie
command of Generals Parsons acd Fel
lows, which had been pent to their sup.
port. Thochroniclers say that Washington
rodo to tho scene of notion, which ho
reachod just in time to catch a gllmpso of
tho vanishing brigades, nnd that, in his an
ger, he dashed 'lis hat upon tlio ground ex
claiming "Arc these tho men wilh whom I
am to defend America ?" He was hurried
from his perilous position by his aids, and
be retired with his forces to ICingsbridee.
sending orders to Putnam to evacuate the
city. Ho 011 1110 10111 oi Dcpiemoer, mi)
at ten minutes after 3 o'clock in tho after
noon. General Hobeitsontook possession (it
New York city, and tho cross of St. George
waved over the town. Howe, Clintou and
Tvron rascd tho night In Apthnrpo house,
far out of town Tho outer lino of the
British army extended from Hoorno's
Hook to Hloomingdnlc. The colonial
troops occupied the high lands between
Jlanbattanvlllenud ICingtbridcc. Between
tho two armies 1 ly Harlem Plains.
"Early on tho morning of the 10th of
September two parties, under the command
of Colonel Knowlton and Major Leitcli,
wero detached by Wasbiogton, with crdeis
to gain the rear or a body of Britit-h troops
stationed on Vandowatet's Hights, on the
sito of the Uloomiucualo asylum, wlille otu
cr ditachments would attack tho fame forco
in tho front. Hut tho front attack was
mado too sooa, and the IlritUh mada good
their retreit. A uetacumeut 01 nowoi
armv then pushed forward through Me.
Gowan's pus to attack tho American
linc-B. Thev were met by Knowlton at the
foot of a rocky gorge between Eighth and
Winlh avenues, near tno imo 01 unu nun
dred and Twentv-fourtli street. Tho llrit
ish were driven first to n field two hundred
yards distance, afterward to a buckwheat
'field four hundred rods further back, and
finally to a high bill nearer their lines,
where Ihcv wero reinforced by Hessians,
Tho colonial troops (ought with great spirit
until Washington, seeing that iho miln
body of tho Uritlsh army was advancing to
the attack, nrudcntlv withdrew his troops.
Sixteeu men, including Colonel Knowlton
and Mnior I.o ten, wero lost by ino Amen
cans. Tho Ilritlsh loss waa fourteen killed
nnd ecventv-cisiht wounded, vashlncton
remained on Manhattan Island until lb
2.1Hi of November, when ho finally relrcat
f.l nr-rnai llin Hudson river."
Tim hiiitln of Hnrlcm Plains was celebra
ted Saturday with n great deal of cnthusl
asm. tho oration belnir dellveied by Mr,
John Jay. Mr. Jay gave a graphic account
of tho early struggles of our republic ; how,
after tho ictrcat at Loon Island and tho
lnndlnir nf thn Hrltlih at Kin's bav. when
tlio caues seemed to bo lost, this victory of
Harlem Plains throw now lifo Into tho dls
hcattonod army, and may 011 that account
if on 110 other, ho cillcd or,o ot the great
est victories of tho revolutionary war, Ho
melted tlio nromlncct ovents ot the mem
orablo 10th of September, ono hundred
years ago, tlio incldont of Mrs. Murray a
heroism Doing ucscrinou as iouowb:
On "tho commanding bight of Inclcn-
liert?." now known moro modestly us Mur
rnv Hill, rosided Hobert Murrny, whoso
wilo Mary Llndlcy Murray all honor to
her memory in mo noEencu 01 uer nus'
imnil. Invited Sir William and Ids officers,
as they approached her residence to stop
for lunch. A halt wn ordered and tho in.
vltatlon accepted. Tho unaccustomed heat
nnd thola morning's work seemtohavo pre
pared the comraander-in-cmei nnu 111s 0111.
i,Anrn nrnomnanlod bv Ills OXCol
l.r.n'o rir.vnrnnr Trvon. tO CnlOV tllO prof-
fercd rest and rcpaBt, In cheerful mood
ful 1111(11110-. nnd refreaho.1
with the generous wlno, they bantered their
hostess with llrlllsii oiunincss ou uer icuc;
sympathies, and Mrs. Murray responded
with such graceful tact and pleasant liu
mor, that two hours or moro wero wblled
During that precious time, Putnam and bis
command, In their straggling and disorder,
ly retreat along tho llloomlngdalo road, had
passed In safety within a mllo of tho com
foitablo parlors whero the Illustrious gen
erals who wero to conquer America quailed
with appreciation tho old Mn lcrin, jested
complacently nt tlio dlscomflluro of tho ro
bele, and unconsciously measured tho mili
tary prudonco of tlio royal staff with tho
patroltlc wit of an American woman. Odo
mllo's march during that plcasint lunch
would bnvo cut off Putnam's ndvanco or
cut it In two, urn! a little lalcr, when ho bad
passed, Iho Foity-tccond iiiguianucra
moved toward llloomlngdalo "to intercept
the retreating Americans."
Putnam's command, nf .tra wiiry inarch,
joined the nrmy in tho evening on Harlem
Hlghte, whero Washington had mado his
hondquaileis nt tho houso of Colonel Hogcr
Morris, nt that tlmo an adherent of tho roy
al cause, formerly bh companion in Hrad
dock's campaign, and his successful compe
titor for thu hand of Mary Phlllpsc. The
house, overlooking tho Harlem river, and
commanding nn cxtsnslvo and varied view,
is now known as the Jumcl place; and hero
in later years resided for a tlmo Colonel
Aaron Hurr, alter his marriago with Mad
ame, Iho Widow Jumcl. About a mllo lo
the north was tho bights of Mount Wash,
incton crowned with nn earth work mount
ing thirty cannon. On tho bights at this
nerlod. commenced tlio intercourse of
Washington with Alexander Hamilton, n
young cnptnln of artillery, whoso skill In
the construction of somo of tho defenses had
attracted the attention ot the commander-
in-chief, nnd whotc splendid abilities, ni
exhibited in tho woric ot uib national con
tlltiitlon and the restoration of tho national
credit, were soon toconimond the attention
ol tlio world.
In conclusion. Mr. Jay reviewed and
eulogized tho character of Washington,
and closed with a exhortation for purity in
public affairs nnd freedom from corruption.
Mr. Jay's oration was marked by no harsh
cfercncc to any event In our struggle wilh
Great Hritaln, It was applauded very fre
quently, nnd listened to with the greatctt
ciirvlt)' ol JHoncy.
There is no doubt but tho present situa
tion of all kinds of business and industry
is lcarfully depressed, and it behooves
'.very lamlly to look carefully to their ex-
pontes. Winter is coming on when child
ren nronao:cio uroup, wnoopmg i;ougn,
etc. Coughs and Colds will prevail every
where, nnd Consumption wilh other Throat
and Lung diseases will carry off many.
These diseases should not bo neglected.
Hector bills aro expensive, nnd wc would
ndvi?o our people to use Dosciieb's Geu-
.man svr.ui'. it never lia3 laileu. unouot
lle at ","1 cents will keep your wholo family
well during the wintrr. Two doses will
elievo any case, sold in nil towns in tuo
United Htatrs, nnd by your druggist,
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samnlc borne lor iu cents and try it.
i'wo doses will relieve you. Hegular size
i cento. UiBw
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Cough and Lung
'X SftIVs ami Sure Remedy.
TUK COUGH AND LUNG 8YIIU1'
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5 ears, lias won Tor lilt. l'L AGO nn extended
leniuaiion as a ai'tuiALi&T lor xiihuat nnu
iUSU uibeases. Alter ro many years trial it
can bo trutnrully said that It tos NEVEK
FAII.KI), even in tlio w orst. uasea. It is purely
vegetable, and Its effect upon tlio system is at
oncu Booming anu touic.
It Will Cure 11 Common Cold
In a few hours, not by drylnu It un, but by ro-
inovliie It Irom tbo svstein. THY IT.
It will euro a Chronic Cough, by soothing tho
iiTiiaica juris, ana nircnifiucnini; ino sysiem,
IT WILL OUIIK CONSUMPTION,
even alter all other remedies havo (ailed. In
tlio carlter stages ot this disease It win cDect a
speedy and certain euro ; and In many cases ot
advanced uonsumpuon, us eueci. nas seemed
almost miraculous, restoring to full strength
and perfect hcaltb thoso wbom physicians liad
jiven up as incuraoio. j nr 11 .
IT WILL CUEE CATARRH
moro effectually than any othpr remedy, by
bwipiy icmuving ino cause, -j ui u.
j 1. uui euro jtronciiiii-i. oy auuying an irrita
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it will euro Asthma, anordln? Immediate re
lict and a perfect cure, i MY IT.
IT Wlli CUHK UI1OEKA.TED SOKE
TlIHOiVT. TItY IT.
It will euro Loss ot Voice. Nleht Sweats.
Hectic I'ever, and all symptoms ot Consump
tion. THY IT.
l'or ovcry nrfcctl(n of tho Throat and Lungs
It only needs a trial to convlnco tlio most skept
ical Ul lis nuiiuurim wuiuiivu inuiiciiiea.
Ilcuiciiibor Unit it
I)u. Wa. SI. Labd.o leading druggist of Claro-
inoni, ceruues as iouows
Kor. many sears I havo known Dr. A. J,
Fljgg, na a successful practicing physician
nnd can assuro the public that his representa
tions relative to tlio Cough nnd Lung Syrup can
bi strictly relied upon. It has been used In his
extendod practtco with marvellous success, and
1 huuw 11. 10 uu uu iuui un claim- lur 11,
WM. M. LAD1), M. P.
CLAr.EMO'cr. N. II.. Sent. is:s.
Die IYaoo lly Deur Blr i Your Cough and
Lung Byrup has proved a great bcnetlt to mo,
giving relief from sovcro Cougns and Horencsa
ot tlio Lungs, when nil otuer remedies and
Ibyklclans had failed. I havo never taken a
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Eausiaciory 111 iu results.
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From the Lellom Valln Timet.
Tho Rutland Globe la an enterprising newspa
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It Is a good Vermont paper, and us we are to
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from the Woodstock A tje.)
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Laboratory of J. 15. Hose Si Co.,
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QENTItAIi VEKMONT ItAILROAD
On and artor Mondav. hent. 4th. 18?t. trains
win run oa follows, (Sundays oxecptod) 1
noiNo souTn and kast,
Lavn llutland fnrllellnuH Vnlln. nt 410 and
11:10 a.m. and :30 p. m. For Bennington, 6:30
unu u;uo a. rn., v:io nna io:eu p. ra.
MAI L leaves Hutland at 6:30 f or Mnnchcsl er,
Bennington and Now 'Vork, via Troy or Leba
non springs and Chatham,
l'ASSEMiElt THAIN-Lcavcs llutland at 4,10
a. m, for Uollown Falls, Boston, Now London,
bprlnztleld and New York,
MAlL.Leaio bl. Albans at 7.00 a.m., Burl
ington at8:vo a. m., Tlcondcroga at 7:K) a. m.,
nnlvlng at Hutland at 11:10 a. ra. Lcavo Hut.
land 11:40 n. m., for Boston, sprlngilold Now
London and Now York.
EXl'HKSH-Leavo itutland 11:05 a. m. lor New
York via North Bennington nndTioy.
l'ASSE.NGEIt TltAIN-Lcavo Burlington 3:00
p.m., connecting with trains trom Montreal,
St. Albans, and White Mountains, arriving In
Itutland at C:-w p m.
MIXED tuain Loavo itutland s:to p. m.,tor
Iicnnlniton and intermediate stations.
MIXED TItAIN. Leaves Hutland at 3:30 p. m.,
for Bellows Falls and Brattleboro,
NIGHT EXI'ltESSLeavesOgdensburg at 10:40
a,m. Montreal3:to p.m.,bl. Albansc:('6 p.m., Bur
lington 7ffi0 p. m., Itutland 10:00 p.m. for New
York via North Bennington and Troy.
Leaves llutland at 1:20 and C:00 a.m., and 3:CG
and 4:33 p.m.
EXPRESS MA IL leaves Now London at 6:00
a. m., Springfield 6:00 a. m., Boston 7:30 n. m.,
Bellows Falls II -M a.m, Troy 0:W a. m North
Bennington R:I0 a. m., llutland SKJ4 p. ra., for
Burlington, St. Albans, Montreal and Ogdenc
burg. EXI'itESS Leaves Now York at 8:00 a. ra.
North Bennington l.W p. m.. Manchester S:
p.m., Itutland 4-33 p in., ror Tlcondcroga, Bur
llngtnn and St. Allans.
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves New York at 4:oo
p.m., via Troy and North Bennington; Hut-
lanu I'.iv a.m., tor liunington, du aioiuib, juuu
trea', ogdenaburg and tho west.
MIXED TRAIN Leaves llutland at 6:00 a.m.
for Burlington, connecting with trains for bt,
Albans, Itlchford and Nonport, Vt., also for
White Mountains via M01 tpelier.
MIXED TRAIN. Lo lives Bellows Falls at 4:10
a. m., arriving In Itutland at 9: o a. m. and Ac
commodation Tia'n at 6.50 p. m., arriving tn
MIXED TRAIN -Leaves Bennington nt s:50 p.
m., Manchester . :I5 p. tn., Walllngford 7:S4, p.
in , arriving In itutland 8:40 p, m.
Trr.ins leave r urnngton going east, ror Mont
poller, &c, at;.:' 1. m 12:10 p.m. anaCitop.m.
A raina leavt ueuows 1 aus going nortn, tor
Wittto ltlver Junction, &c., at.suo a. m. ani
ll:so a.m., and .5? and 11:20 p. m.
iwsiccping cars aro attached to night trains
between St. Albans and New York.
Drawing room cars on day express trains be
tween St. Albans and New York.
J. w. HOBART, Gen'l Bupt.
St. Albann. vt.. Sept. 4, is7o.
Tlio Glilcnco nnd Nortlivventcrll
Embraces under ono management tho great
trunk railway lines of the West and Northwest
nnd, with Its numerous branches and connec
tions, forms thu shortest and quickest route be
tween Chicago and all points In Illinois, Wis
consin, Northern Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa,
Nebraska, California and tho western Terri
Oniitliu unit California I.lno
Is tho shortest nnd best routofor all points In
northern Illinois, Iowa, Dakota. Nebraska, Wy
oming, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, California, Or
egon, i;uina, japau, anu Australia, its
Chicago, Ulnulboii mid St. l'uul I.lnc
Is tho short lino tor northern Wisconsin and
Minnesota, and for Madison, St. Paul, Mlnne
apolls.Duluth and all points In the great north
Winona and M. l'ctcr r.lno
13 tho only routo for Winona, Rochester, Owa
tonna. Mankato, St. Peter, New Ulm, and all
points Iu southern and central Minnesota. Its
Crccn liuy and itlurqiictto Line
la tho only lino tor Janesvllle, Wntcrtown.Fond
Du Lac, Oshkoah, Appleton, Green Bay, Escan
aba, Negaunce, Marquette, Houghton, Han
cock, anu the Lako Superior country. Its
I rceport nnd lliiunqiic I. Ino
13 the only routo for ElglD, Rockford, Frccport,
and all points via Frceport. Its
Chicago and Milwaukee I.lno
Is the old Lako Shoro route, and is the only 01 0
passing through Evanston, Lako Forest High
land Park, Waukegan, ltaclne, Kenosha to Mil
waukee. P iillmun I'alnco Can
are run on all through trains ot this road.
This Is tho only line running these cars be
tween Chicago and St Paul, Chicago and Mil
waukee, or Chicago nnd Winona.
At Omaha our Sleepers connect with tho
Oierland sleepers ou the Union Pacific rail
road for all points west of tho Missouri river.
On tho arrival of the trains from the East or
South, the trains of the Chicago and North
western railway Lenvo Chicago a follows :
For Council Bluffs, Omaha nnd California,
Two through t rains dally, with Pullman l'alaco
Drawing Room nnd sleeping cars through to
For St. Paul and Minneapolis. Two through
trains dally. with Pullman l'alaco cars attached
on both trains
For Green Bay and Lake Superior, Two trains
dally, with Pullman Palace car3 attached, and
running through to Marquette.
ror .uiiwauKcc, tour turougn trains uany,
Pullman cars on night trains, parlor chair cars
on day trains.
For Sparta and Winona and points In Minne
sota, One through Irala dally, with Pullman
sleepers to Winona.
For Dubuque, Ma Frceport, Two through
trains dally, with Pullman cars on night trains.
For Dubuque and La Crosse, via Clinton, Two
through trains dally, with Pullman cars on
night train to McGregor, Iowa.
tor Sioux City and Yankton, Two trains
dally. Pullman cars to Missouri Valley June
For Lake Geneva, Four trains dally.
For Rockford, Sterling, Kenosha, Janesvllle,
and other points, you can have from two to ten
New York ofllce, No, 415 Broadway : Boston
onice, No. 5 state street; Omaha office, 2i3
Farnbarn street s San Francisco ofllce, 121
Montgomery street ; Chicago ticket offices : &i
Clark street, under Sherman house : corner
Canal andMadtson streets; Klnzlo Btreet de
pot, corner W. Klnzlo and Canal streets ; Wells
street depot, corner Wells and Klnzlo streets.
Tor rates or Information not attainable from
your homo ticket agents, apply to
Gen. sup't., Chicago.
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J, It. Spafford. 1" M. Ludlow,
L. W. Holden, South Londonderry.
F. E. smith, Jamaica.
B. L. sprague, Woybrldgo.
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