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VOL. V-NO. 1307.
RUTLAND, YTM FKIDAY MORNING, JULY 20, J877.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
f atclies anft Jewelry
F. H. WHEELER,
(Succcsser to Bcn IC. Chase,) at tho old
23 liERCUANTS' KOW,
koeps constnntly on hand a largo assortmcnt
whlch ho wlll ncll at the lowest prlces. Tlio
large stock ot watchcs lncludca
G-old and Silver
KEY AND 6TEM WIND1NO,
LADIES' AND QENT'S SIZES.
ltavlng been ln tho cmploy ot Mr. Chase most
)( tbe tlmo for the nast fourteen years, I Bhall
plcascd to sco all ot tho old customers and
aa manv new ones aa may favor mo wltli a call,
ltcmember tho plac, Btgn ot lleo lllvo, 25
Merchants' Kow, Rutland.
F. H. Wheeler,
Flno watch repalrlng a speclalty. mylMtf
THAN EVER BEFORE.
SII.K AND WORSTED FRINOES,
The Best Kid Glove,
FOlt THE MONEY, IN TOWN.
Ladlca plcaao examlno tho goods and prlces.
J. D. MITCHELL,
21 MEHCnANTS' ItOW.
TO 1)E OPENED
I10SD1T, JUNB 18, 1877.
A Bplendld Llne ot Laco 1'olnts, trcsh from
tho recent THADE SALE ln New York, whlch
can aoa wui uu boiu ai.
Lcss Tlmn Half Valuc
We guarantoo theso goods to bo cvery nbre
SII.K AND LlAMA WOOL, and at lesa than halt
tho prlce Buch goods aro usually sold.
1. 8. Tleaso remcmber that wo aro tho only
partles ln town who havo thla llne ot goods and
we can get no moro at theso prlces.
O. R ROSS,
NO. 3 MERCHANTS' ItOW
d&w RUTLAND, VERMONT.
Mansfield & Stimson,
FOUNDEY and MACHINE WOEKS
MAHBLE AND SLATE MILLS,
Btono Quarrylng and Mlntng Machlncs, Dor
rlcks, Holstlng l'owers, l'umps and lMpc,
Eaglnes, uouera ana Tanxs, nnmuuK,
rulleyB, uearlng, o CarWUecls,
and RaUroad Caatlngs, Trlp.
llammora and Fork Ma-
chlnery, Clrcular Saw-Mllls. Watcr Whecls,
uorn uracKerB, &c. aiboi ageais lur u uu
Hon's Uovernor, and dealera ln Iron,
Bteel, Fllca, l'lpo, Flttlngs,
Ueltlng, l'aclclng, Cottoa
Waato, &c&c, &o.
fllt IttlTIiAND, TEUnoNT,
Tlie Vcscclins Amlicr Olntmcnt
Isavery popular preparatlon tor tho Bpeedy
cure ot Fclons, Old Soros. Outs, Urulsea, Bcrof
niu snrnn. ifnviT Horea. Dicora. Canccrs. llurna.
eto. it ln a vcry nlco conslstency tor sproadlng
wua a Knuu on paper uruum , m ia ku u
nhvBiciiins nnil the neonlo: ono Ijox wll
uonvluce any one It Bhould bo kcpt ln overy
nouso ann every BUiro.
Var ftnln tiv A. w iKrrclnH. Itutlalid. all urutr
KlBta lu Burlington, bt. Albans, Winooski ; alao
by Dr, W, .1. VencelluB, and Wells, lllchardBOU
Hl l'.o., wholtsalo agents, Burlington. Vt, l'rlco
33 ccnts, post pald.
FOR THE MIILION.
W. U. MUBBEY & BON
To The Public !
Wc, tho underBlgnod, havlng formcd a co
partnershlp, nndcr tho Urm namo of
PAGAN & FLYNN,
tor tho purposo ot carrylng on tho
Mcrclmnt Tailorlng Buslncss,
would say to tho publio that wo wlll opcn
THURSDAY, MAY 17TH, 1877,
wlth a new stock ot goods, comprlsln ; overy
CussiinercF, Worstcils, &c.
whlch we wlll makc up ln
TIIE I.ATKST STYM1S,
and at prlces to Bult tho tlmes. (livo us a call
CRAMTON'S ULOCK, MERCHANTS' BOW.
l'ETSR FAGAN, B, J. FLYNN.
B. J. Flynn wlll do tho cutttng, myisdtt
M tlie Glotliier!
HY IS ITV
KoftnnRnlitflpnnil.inrn shown wllh nleasuro
and customei s aro always t reatcd ln a courloous
ana gentlcraanllkt) manner, whethcr they wlsh
to purcnase or noi, nuu nu iinccs
BEAT THEM ALL.
FLACK THE CLOTHIER,
J. F. BABBITT, Salcsman.
II AS BEE.V
Also anothcr lot ot thoso
FINE CIGARS ! !
10 for 25 cents.
13 DOINU Tlllt DUS1NES!?.
W o scll Cleara at a rerv small nroflt. and
plo nre convlnced that we nell tno best Uigar
tor tno leaut monoy oi any oue m iuvu.
A. W. HIGGINS.
HURPIIY AXD LISCOMB,
SucccsBOrs to Wm, Tllllnghast,
8PEBM, WHALE, ELEPHAHT AND 1ARD
HACUINEUY AND BIGNAL OILS,
ARQAND 01L, I50 F1HE TE3T,
Spcrmacetl and Sncrm Cnndlcs,
OFFICE No. 13 UUDSON AVE,
EUB1II W. WCIirilT,
AI.HANV, N. V,
oklamdo r. LincoMu
ALEXANDEK QUEEH'S BONS,
jlinufacturera ot and Jobbera ln
TOBACCO, SXUIT AND CIGARS,
No. 822 BHOADWAy
Albany, IV. 1
HACON, HTIOKNEYB & CO
Manutacturora and wholosalo dealcrs ln
OltEAM TAKTAH, MUBTAKD. &o
si K 3 Dean 1 Excnango Btroet,
ALBANY, N. Y.
a virv itPHimtiifl lilnfk on F.velvn atreLt. forty
by BUty reet, two slorlss, wlt'a rallroad on one
biuo anu aireei ou iuu uuit-r.
Also, two Einall
tcncmcnta, No. U Maln
O, r. HUNTOON.
nim'UHB I'ltAJIEB. WINDOW COIt-
I. Jl(lR , ii-. ln irreat varlotv. All work
J'uu&ranteot io nu aU3tuctory, and dono ut
urtecstosullllio lltuon. 1'leaeo call ana exam-
. 1 IU9 Our uuui n.
I Hl'AIII.DINtl CO..
No, I Morcbants' row, corner West street,
THIS MORMG'S NEWS,
Tho Vory latest Dlspatchcs By
THE INDIAN CAUFAION.
Josoph's Camp Deitroyod H Froposes Peace,
New Yohk, July 19.
Tho Ilcrald's Kamleh (Idaho tcrritory)
apccials eay that Ocn. llowar J, nf ter bard
mnrchlng and Eovero Bklrmlshlng, lmi do
Btroyed Chlcf JoscpU's camp. Judgirg
from hls auppllcs, tho latter cvldently in
tcndcd a long campalgn. Tlie cavalry
daalicd aftcr tho Indlane, wbo crosecd tho
rivcr and rcturncd thelr flrc. Ono artlllcry-
man was wounucd. Capt. Whlpple'a ct
alry company was ombusaidod, but witb
drcw unhurt. Tho Iodians liavc gonc to
Lalo paB6, leadlog lato tho buffalo country.
Joscpus uanu islcu by Taaooulooskuto, a
Blato crcck chlof wlth a vcry bad rccord,
IIo 1s dow at bay, wlthout tho mcana of
cooklng food. If ho koldi Iho pass for a
fcw honrs ho will bo cntrappcd, aa 80 Ida
ho Yoluntccrs aro comlng down tho moun
taln to joln ln tho pureult.
A special rcports that Joscph has gono
over tho mouctalns and scnt word to Gen.
Ileward Ihat ho wants peacc. Ilis advlsers
opposcd, but ho inslstcd on lendlng mcs-
BCDgers. Ocn. lloward rcpllcd that "Jo
scph nilnbt makc a complcto eurrcnder to-
morrow (July 161h) mornlng. Tho troops
wlll mcct thcm at the ferry. Ho and hls
peoplo wlll bo treatcd wltli juBtice, and
thelr condnct Invpstlgated by a court com.
poscd of nino of my army, named by mc."
Operations aro goiDg on for crotslng tho
rlvcr to-morrovr, as little falth la placcd ln
Joseph. lied llesrt and flre othcrs havo
EACEFDL INDIAN3 AND 1KUIAN3 WIIO Al'.E
DISSATiariCD FDRTHER ACOOUNT OF HOW.
Poutlakd, Orcgon, July 19.
Tho bimco lndians aro rcportcd peace-
ably inclltcd. Agcnt Connoycr at the
Umalilla rciorvatlon wrltcs tbat 200 rcnc
gadcs camc into tho acttlemcnt, in addltlon
to the G29 prcvlouely on tho reserTation.
Nonc arc allowed to lcave tho rescrvation
wlthout a pcrmit. Tho 'Walla Wallas and
Umatillas aro deitltuto and uncasy. The
agcnt wlll gWe thcm bccf at hls own rlsk
of ropaymen t by the government. Thomaa
and 13 Indlans on Snako rlvcr wantcd to
como on tho rescrvation, but Bomcbody sald
thcy could not. They wlll probably joln
tho hostilcs. A Umatllla mercbant rcports
that Agcnt Connoycr has cxcltcd the Col
umbla rlrcr Indlans by tendlng word that
if thcy did not como on tho rcicrvatlon tbe
Boldlera would htndcuff them. Tbe In
dlans tald thcy bated Connoyer and the In
dlans on hls rescrvnllon, but would go and
Hvc on thelr own grounds acrosi thc Col
umbla. They would behavo lf left alone.
Umatllla merchants spcak wcll of tho
Columbh Indlans. and urce that
thcy bo unmolcstcd untll the In
dlan war cnds. lloward tclcgrapha
from Kamalb, Idaho, July lt, tbat ho
undertook in pursult of tho Indlans to cross
the Clcarwater 20 mllcs below Kamaih wlth
cavalry and cut tho Lola traln, whllo Capt.
Mlllcr was crosslng at Kamalb and prcssing
tho Indlans on tbe dircct routc. lloward
was on tbo way wbcn a mcEScngcr arrived
statingthat Joseph wishcd lo surrcndcr.
lloward baltcd and bad somc ncgotlatlons,
whcu ho notlccd by rislng duit tbat the In'
dlans wcrc movlng toward the same polnt
bo had hopcd to rcacb. lloward tben
changcd hls plan. IIo adds that Joseph
promiscd to brcak away from Whlteblrd
and glvo blmself up to-morrow, tbe lQtb,
Thcy havo little ammunitlon or food, bav
ing lost ncarly evcrytblng in tbclr hurrled
cro6sing of tho river. Thnre are cvidcnces
of hls band brcaklng up, and lloward will
contlnuo a vlgorous pureult. A lettcr from
Walla Walla, July 17, rcports great
excltement over Joieph's supposcd turrcn
dcr. Ilot headcd onea ccnsuro lloward for
llBtcning to tho talk from Joseph, but tho
moro scnsiblo thlnk lloward fully under
stands himsclf. Thcro 1s a rumor that
Capt. Bancroft, who was dangcrously
woundcd in tbe rccent battle, has dlcd.
Anotber rcport Baya tho ecttlcra on Falaba
pralrie have bccn notifled by friendly rodi
that thelr livcs would Boon bo In danger,
Whcn Joseph ecnt tho scout to Gen. How
ard offcrlng blmBclf and tbat porlion of tho
hostllo band over whlch bo has control, bo
sald ho was dlsposcd to be friendly from
tho flrst, but was forcod into tho war by
Whlteblrd and othcr chlefj now with blm,
IIo wantcd to talk pcaco and go to tho res
ervation; but othcr chlefs wantcd to go to
Montcna to bunt buffalo. Wbilo Joscpn's
messengcr and Uen. lloward wero talking,
Joscph wlth bls cntlro forco movcd away,
Joscph clalmcd that ho was ohllgcd to
lcavo, but would relurn to-morrow and
Ban Fhakcisco, July 10,
Gen. McDowell has rccclved a dcspatch
from Capt. Kellor etatlng tbat tbo charges
of incfllclcncy mado agalnjt Gen. lloward
and Capt. l'erry are falie. Ho lays tbe
campalgn has becn cucccnful. The hos
liles havo opcrated eklllfully and fought
dcipcratcly, but they havo been dcfcatcd
and drlvcn from thls sccllon wlth groat loss
ot uumbers and suppllce. Tbe numbcr of
kllled and woundod on both ildei in tbo ac
tlon of the 11th and 12th turns out largsr
than at flrit belleved.
WAIt DlrlRTUINT, 1
Urricx or inii cnur BiUictL omcR,l
Wasuinotom July !0-l a. m. J
For New England, rlilng baromoler,
south and west winds, ilatlonary or lower
tompcraturc,partly cloudy or clccr weather,
THE OREAT RAILKOAD BTRIKE.
Oovcrnmont Troops at Knrtlnsburg Exclto-
Martissiiuko, W. Va., July 10.
Tho troopi' traln arrived thla morning
and barracked in the round house. At
8:U0 o'clock, a. m., all ?ai pcrfcctly qulet.
Most of tho (trikcra arc outside tho west
crn llmlta of tho corporstton. No movc
ment wlll bo mado beforo noon, at whlch
bour tho presldent's proclamatton ordcrlng
the atrlkers to dlspcrsc will bo lesued. lic
slstanco ls not antlcipated.
TITE EXCITEMENT TESTERDAT.
Baltiuore, July 19.
A spcclal from Kcyses, W. Vlrginla,
hst night, aays railroad men have control
of mattcra, Ihere ls no dlsturbanco. Tho
citlzcns eympatbizo wlth tho Btrlkcrs. Thc
mlners of I'icdmont and Wcatcrn Fort of-
fered thc atrlkers asslatanco. Tbe work-
men of tho tblrd dlvlslon adoptcd a rcaolu-
tiwn resolving to uphold the otbcr divieion,
dcclarlng tbat thcy lmve been opprcsscd by
tbclr employcrs bcyond cndurancc, and
cannot livo on thelr prcscnt wages. Thc
Hardy guards, 45 stroog, cncampcd four
mllcs from Kcyacr awaltlng ordcrs. Thls
crcatcd intcnsc excltement. Squads of c.v
cited men are paradlng the Btrects through
thc dark and raln. Specialo from Martlns-
burg eay Intcnse excltement provtlled all
day yeatcrday. Thcro is no furthcr out
brcak. The fecllog of tho atrlkers waa
grcatly intensiflcd by tbe arrival of tho
Matthcw llght guards from Whccllog,
Tho company at Martl&sbarg numben 38,
accompanlcd by Col. Dclaplalno of tbo
govcrnor's staff, deputlzcd to reprcscnt thc
governor. When the mllltla arrived
200 or 300 strikers congregatcd,
fronting thc cars. A confllct was
momcntarily cxpcctcd. ' Tho strikers
are all armcd with pietoli and concealed
wcapons. Thcy left thclrguns at the ren.
dezvous. Wllliam Keyfcr, sccond vico
prcsldcnt of tbo railroad company, accom
panicd tbc militia ln a spcclal car from
Grafton. Tho ofllcers of the company hcld
a confercnco with thc railroad ofllcials and
authoritics ot Martinsburg immcdlatcly af
tcr the arrival, and deterraincd for tho
tlmo bclng not to rcmove the mllitary from
tho cars for fear of an attack beforo tho
plans werc arrangcd. Tho men rcmaincd
cooped durlng thc day ln tbe cars, standine;
ln front of the platform under a Ecorchlng
aun. ln the aftcrnoon tho company
marchcd to the court house. Thcy carry
BprlngQcld brcach loading ilfles and 20
rounds of ammunitlon. Six thouaand ad
dltlonal tounda and a fuhor stock of rlfles
wero takcn to Harper'e Ferry to bo sent
back again. Ilaving bccn stowcd away in
a baggace car, it was tbought best not to
removo them. Ilalf a dozen riog leadcrs in
tho strlkc callcd on Capt. Miller aoon after
arrivlng and aaked what hc proposcd to do.
Thcy referred to thelr almost starving con-
dltlon. Thc captain rcpllcd that he camc
to carry out tho erdcrs cven if bis cntlrc
company waa used up in tha attempt. Col.
Dclaplalno telegraphcd tho governor for in.
strucilons for whlch heia waltlng. The town
councll rcijucited all ealoons to close. Many
of the etrikers havo becn drinking, but
genorally kccp qulet. Strikcrafrom otbcr
divislons aro cnnatantly arrivlng. A num
ber remaln at tho dcpot and largo bodles at
the awltches. Tbcy thrcatcn to burn tho
depot botel, of whlch thomayor is proprit'
tor. Tho Wctt Vlrginla guards of Mar
tiniburg ot 80 or 10 railroad men and tbcir
lriends cepoused tho cause of tho strikers,
At Grafton the Btrikers havo full posscs-
slon. The mayor'a proclamation ordering
thcm to dcslst was met by rcsolutions of
tbo strikers to hold out to tho bittcr end,
Gov. Mattbcws was Etoned at tbo Grafton
houae Tueiday, a heavy etone falllng into
thc room, but miBslng hlm. Tho latest
tpccial eaya it ia impossible, from present
appcarancea, to get men to run traina out,
Tho strlkcra dccldcd to dcmand 92 pcr day
for firemcn and brakemen, and no rcduc-
tlon for englneers and conductors. They
appolntcd a commlttco to co-operato with
a aimilar commlttco on nll other scctlona,
Tbe commltteo has gono to tho third and
fonrth dlviiions to ineist on a gencral
Btrlke. The Baltimore commlttco was hero
to-day. Tbo strikcra eay to-night If over-
powcrcd at Mattlnaburg they wlll blcck,
adc at other pointa. Any men who darc
to go on traina wlll bo buahwhackcd along
THE ritESlDE.NT'a l'liOCtAMATION,
JlAKTi.NBiiui:a, July 19.
Tho presldent's proclamation is belng dls
trlbutcd and placardcd.
V'asiiinqton, July 19,
Gov. Malthews has oskcd the presldent
for a hundred moro soldicrs and two plccca
THE KESULT OF lNTIMIDATION.
Martinsbui!0, July 1011 a. m.
No cngino man has been obtalncd to tako
traln No. 4 east. Tbo strikera eay there
wlll bo no demonstratlon agalnst pcrsona
or property. A rcquest from the governor
atklng tho mcn to dlsperao was rcad,
I'lenty ot men aro wllllng to work, but aro
THE I'HESIDEXTS ORDEK TO 1IK EMFOliOED,
WAsniNOTON, July 10.
Col. Frcncb, commandlni; troops at
MartlnBburg, tclcgrapha that aftcr noon be
will rnforco tho preeidcnt'a proclamation
and dlsperso tho strikcra. IIo thlnks noth
Ing moro than a dcmooBtratlon wlll bo rc
qulrcd, and wlll only act aftcr consultatlon
with Col. Delaplilno. Gov. Slatthowa tele-
grapbs Secretary McCrary tbat the lcglila
turo of 187S probibitcd tho enrollmont of
tho Btato mllltla. Thcro U but ono volun
teer eompany avallablo. Withln ten daya
tbe governor thlnka ho could cnroll a auf-
ficlcnt iorce, but meanwhile property and
livca would bo eacrlflccd. Col, Dclaplalno
tolcgraphs that addltlonal troops aro not
wantcd at Martinsburg.
TWO THAINS MOVE AT I.AST.
JlAnTiNsnuna, July 10 J:50 p. m.
Acoal train east left at 3:14. As it
movcd off Ecvcral etrikers occupled the hill
alongslde tho track whlch wascorcrcd wlth
rocks. The mllitary prcEcntcd arms nnd
thcro was no demonstratlon. An cngino
wlth a traln of house cars is juit movlng
out and all is qulet. Kich traln toek a dc
tachmcnt of 10 men. It Is tbought the du
parturo of theso traina wlll brcak tho back
of tho strlkc. Warrants have bccn issucd
for thc arrest of tcn of tho rlnglcadcrs.
A PLTJCKY riliEMAN.
Beforo tho castcrn lnuud traln rcachcd
tho clty llmlts thc flrcman dcbcrlcd and tho
train rcmaincd stallonary until 4:42, whcx
lt moved off with Gco. Zcpp na flrcman,
Ho walkcd up tho track wlth a navy rcvol
ver in hls hand, f ollowcd by bis mothcr who
tried to dlsauadc hlm from colng. Somc of
tho friends ot the Etrikers ran towards hlm
to prevent hlm from going when ho waved
tbe pUtol over bis hcad and marchcd lioldly
to the cnglnc nnd took hls placc. The
traln thcn moved off. No othcr traina will
bo atartcd to-day. Illchnrd Zcpp, chief of
tho etrikers, was arrested nnd jailed.
THE l'.ESISTENCi: ENBED.
The west bound traln passcd Bt. John's
run all rlght, and no f urther trouble ls an
tlcipated. There are now here 73 locomo-
tltce. nearlv all of whlch havo tbcir flres
banked ready to slart after a fcw miuutcs
notlce. The Etreets are ncarly deicrtcd and
most of 'tbo mllitary bave gono to tbclr
quartera. No troublo is cxpcctcd to-night,
It Is probable that by noon to-morrow will
bo found plenty of mcn to movc all trains.
Tho arrest of tho ringlcadcr and tho ttart-
lng of two trains has precluded thc proba
blllty of fuither trouble.
a courr.OMHE rnoriAm.i:.
MAitTiNSUCRa, July 10.
Zcpb, tho ringleadcr of thc strikers, has
becn rolcascd on bail. At Grafton thc
Etrikers beld two rncctings. A rcsolutlon
was adoptcd dcclarint; their dctcrmination
to etand togethcr and promlslng a plan for
compromiso. A comrclttco was appolntcd
ln conjunctlon with thoso of the rncctings
on tbe llne to mcet tbo ofllcers of thc road,
A number of Btrikers to-nlght lnformed
tho ofllccra of tho road that they aro wlll
ing to go to work. Tho whole was origl-
nated by the Bccond-clasa flrcmen who
havo bccn encouragcd by eomo of tho cltl
zens to whom tbcy aro Indebtcd.
THE BTRIKE OEXERAL.
Wiieeliso, W. Ya., July 10.
The Baltimore and Ohlo railroad Etriko
has now becomo gencral, cxtcnding from
filartlnsburg to Farkcrsburg, Benwood,
Columbus, Newark and Chlcago, and
strengthens as lt cxtcnds. At Newark and
Columbus, Ohlo, frelght trains aro ttoppcd
by tho etrikers, but passcngcr trains aro un
molcstcd. The railroad ofllcials have callcd
on tho governor of Ohlo for troops. Telc
iraph wires wero cut west ot Jlartinaburg
by the strikers to-day.
Tho Fennsylvania Railroad Striko.
l'lrrsnuRa, July 19,
A placatd posttd about tbc depot eisncd
by the prcsldcnt of tho train men 6 unlon,
call a mectlog this cvcnlng. It 1b supposcd
tho meetlng is callcd for tbc purpoaoof
takinc acllon on tho strike. 3Icn on tho
Conncllsville brancb, Baltimore and Ohlo,
aro stlll at work, trains running aa usual.
Tho traln and yard men nt East Llbcrty
stock yardshavo joincd the Btrikers. Trains
wero run upon eldinga and left there. The
etrlkcra then took posscsslon of tbo maln
track and atoppcd all frelght trains east or
west. Thoio coming in from the east wero
allowed to procccd after thc sltuatlon
had becn cxplalned lu ordcr not
to blockadc the maiu track. It
was necessary that some of tho Btock
trains Bhould bo pullod up to eidings to bo
unloadcd, and tbla work was dono by Pan
Handle cngincs. Nonc of thoio bclonging
to tho Pcnnaylvanla rallroad wcra allowed
to bo used. Tbo maln track at this polnt
is wholiy in tho hanfs of the strikers. Tho
west bound frelght was stoppcd at Brcn
ton'a by a party of strikers, who had gono
thero for that purpo30. Tho traln was al
lowed to procccd, the mcn intimatlng that
thcy would Joln tho strikcra oa eoon na
they reached tho city. The cxcitcmont
along tho road Is intcnec. It is fcared tbo
Fort Wayno nnd Pan Handle mcn will
join tbo movcmcnt. The atrlkers thcatcn
to releaso McCall, arrcstcd for
stnklng Buperintendcnt Watt, by forcc.
No dctentlon Is oiTercd passengcr
trains. Elghtccn traina aro in tho yards
ready to go out but wlthout crcws to run
them. Englnccra aro in rcadlncss but the
company aro unablo to get man to tako tho
strikers' placca. It is sald tho strike la not
prearrangcd, but was inauguratcd by Con
ductor Ityan's crew, who sent word to tho
dlapatchcr that they would not tako out tho
traln. Tho dispatchcr oskcd two yard
crcws to tako it out. They rclutcd and
wero dlschargcd. Bubacqucntly Conductor
Gordon orderod two mcn to tako outan cn
glne, but tho strikcra cut lt looco from tho
train. Gordon thcn mado anothcr attc.upt
but tbe men on tha train wero Etoncd away
and cotnpcllcd to descrt the traln.
Ciiioaqo, July 10.
Cblcsgoa 3, Byracuso Btara 2.
Louisviue, July 19.
Loulsvillea 10, Uartforda 7,
BiNaiiAiu-TON, July 19.
Crickets B, Wllkcsbarrca t.
TWEED TO THE PUBLIO.
Ho Oives C. 0. B, Brvant a Character Hs
Saya Ho Is tho Btgg oat Llar on tha FooUtool
and all Ilia Convoraationa Aro Romancea.
New Yohk, July 19.
The followlng la furnlshed by Twecd In
vlew of rccent publicallona! To tho pub
lio My attcntlon hae bccn called to a sc
rlcs of lottera tlgncd by Carolan O'Bryan
Bryant, a n.an who for years past no edl
tor would bclievo nnd whoso whole llfo has
becn ono of cavcsdroplng and decelt, whoso
word would not bo belleved under oath.if
mallce or grccd could be moro fully gratl-
ficd by falBehood. I beg lcave, tbcrcforc,
ln answcr, to eay that all tbcfc lcttera are
romaccca, and tbat tbo convcraatlona ho
rcports as havlng had wlth mc aro lalicly
atatcd, and tho conclusions be pur,
ports to havo arrived at are wbolly
unwarrantcd by fncts. Tbo wholo
of tho privato mattors aro (aa all
thc city ncwspapcrs know) only a repctltion
of tcandalous ttorica whlch bave been float-
Ing around their ofllcca for years past.
Tho rcasons for corablnlng and now clrcu-
lating thcm, are from thc fact that I dls-
covercd and cxposcd hlm to a gcntlcman
whom ho was swlndling and obtalnlng
tnoncys from by falsc pretcnsca, togethcr
with tho hope of crushing out my yery ex-
lstcncc, and thus ald hls friends in eccur-
Ing and malntainlng poiltlons whlch my
cxposure of them would dcelroy. I ncver
trustcd Bryant, ncver putconfldcnccin hlm
cxccpt to advlee wlth hlm on plans for my
rclcasc, which he told mo wero suggeotcd
by Charlca O'Conor nnd whlch I was lcd to
bclleve true, from the fact that O'Conor
apparcntly had full con&dcncc In hlm, and
ho was always preeent when any of
my fiicnds or adviicra callcd on
O'Conor. Hls wholo rcport of hls
cxaminatlon of my papera and convcrsa.
tious with hira arc baso and malicious lalsc
hoods, and worthy only of thc sncak and
8py ho has proven himself to be. I am
ready now, as I always have been sinco my
appcal to O'Conor, and so offcrcd ln my
Btatcmcct to tbc attorncy gencral, to sub
mlt to any examlnatlon thcy may desirc to
makc in rclation to tho dlspositlon of my
property and tu the Burrenderof all to them
in any way belonging to me. His rcmarka
as to John Kelly, wlth whom I have had
no communlcation, and whom I havo not
scen far many years, wlll, I presume, bo
attended to by that geutlcmau. Tbo Bamo
rcmarks apply to Gen. Slckles. From my
knowlcdge of thcmlsreprcscntationa ho baa
made in rcfercnce to my counsel, Town,
Ecnd, who 13 temporarily abaent from tho
clty, I am convlnced hc can rcply ln such
a inunncr as wlll vindlcato hlm from M
loul aspcrslons and Inucndocs of this mal.
I would further say to Bryant and par
tles whom hc lauds in hls attack that pcr
sonalilics as to family or social rclationa
had bcttcr be avoldcd in the luturc, and for
thcm to rcmembcr tho old adago about
"Livlng in glass houses." As Bryant has
ncither 6cen nor been told what he assumes
to bo my confcasion (unleas in violation ot
accrccy and from tho prosecutlon) hc could
not explaln anythlng about lt unless as be
has often sald to mc, "a lio 1b bctter than
truth and can bo mouldcd to suit,-' was hia
rule in commentlng upon it, as appeara to
havo becn bls rulo in all these lettcrs. The
only papers contalning any etatcment he
baa sccn was ono handcd him by mo to
ehow O'Conor and the attorney gencral
dated Jlarch 29, nnd ono preparcd by
Towntcnd and bandcd l'cckham March 20,
aftcr convcrsation with me, and whlch
papcr I ncver law until I was making tho
ttatcmcnt datcd the 17th of April, whlch
was handcd tho attorney gencral that day.
Tbo papcr of tho 20lh of February bad
luaceuracics whlch I polnted out to Town
Ecnd as eoon as I eaw it and whlch was ful
ly cxplalned in tbat of the 17th of April
Had 1 becn falsifying with that papcr bc-
foic me would I not havo mado tbo latter
ogrce with it? and not as I did corrcct and
explaln corrcctione, thus calling attcntlon
to them. The papcra of the 17th of April
I did personally reviso and declaro truo,
and do assumo all reaponslblllty for any
etatcment thcrcin made. Thla is my flrst
attempt to etlgmatizo the many elandera
and falschoods about me, circulatcil anony-
mously (and theso lettcrs arc eo ncarly
anonymous that thcy como under that
headlng, Bryant not bclng a rcsponslble or
rcnutable man) and I should not have an.
swercd this, but my duty to my counsel ln
hls cnforceu aosenco aione nas causcu mo
to notico lt. blgncd
WILLIAM M. TWEED,
PiiiLADELrniA, July 10
The tkrca upper storica of tho bullding
occupled by Bwlft & Courtncy and Beech
er & Co., aa a match and shoe blocklng
factory, burncd to-nlght ; loss $40,000.
Bouantos, July 19,
The flro whlch broko out Tuc6day la
Hoamybrook colllory Is now under control
and wlll soon bo cxtlngulebcd.
OwEMsnono, Ky., July 19,
Almost tbo entlro buslncis part of tbe
clty burncd last night; Ioes $30,000 to
West MARLUOiiocoit, Maea., July 10.
Coolldge'a shoo manufactory and dwelllng
wcroburned laat nlgbt. Loas 8100,000.
Two hundred hacdi arc thrown out ot cm
Buffalo, N..x., July 1,
Wallaco Cook's bouso and barn at East
Hamburgh burncd wlth threo valuablo
horscs and 80 tona of hay, last night ; loas,
$10,000; Bupposcd Incendlary. An Ital
lan tiamp, who callcd at tho houeo last
ovculng and was glvcn a mcal, but rcfuscd
accomodatlona for tho nlgbt, waa scen
comlnc from tho barn when on nre. IIo
FINAHCIAL AND COMMERCIAL,
new York Stock and Monov Harkat.
New Yobi, July Itf.
(10I.D nuotcd at 105V.
MONEY quotcd at lxcil.
PU1MK Mercanillo l'aper at 3VS4V:.
CUSTOM HEOEIl'TS, t3M,0O0.
TUEASUltY rtlsbllrBOIIienU $185,000.
uaii,iuaii iiuns moacraieiy aciive.
BTOCKS tit onenlnL- derllnprt wlnl. lmt nnii.
sequently recovered. At sccond call thero was
a reaciion or h io a rrom tlio hlghest polnt.
Tho tollowins aro tno qnotatlona :
D.B.as '81 rog 1Io;y
O.B. os '81 coup...iii;j
do prcr 137
u. H. o-sos 'cs now.
U. 8. S-20a'67
U. 8. B-203'3 111
U. B. B3 now WJ:
U.8. 10-403 reg.... 112)4
Currency es 12J";
Del. Uudson.... 8i,',-
Onlon I'aclllc 04
LakoSboro X. M.B.. CO','
Cleveland l'h'g.. 82
Chlcago AN. W... 22
do orcf B0J1
Cleveland, t'.A; C. 24
lloclc Island 91!.
MU. fc Bt. 1'aul 22
Fort Wayno va
Chlcago &Alton... 83
Del., Lack.J; West. J3;,
c. b. & i aa
Ilannlbalfi Bt. Jo. 121.
Central I'acino... W,
Unlon Facinc l(C
W. U. Telegraph.. Olx
do prcf... 22V
raciuo Mau 20
Adams Bxnrosa... os
Wclla, Fargo Co. 81
Amcrican M. u. Ex 45
O. B. Bxprcss 4I
n. i. v. & u. 11. u,. 'Jl
do prcf 13
N-v Tork Froduco Market.
Nxw Yobi, July 13.
FLOCR ItOCOlntfl Qf 0.2CR lmsllplq. Vnrblr
dull, and 52sc lower. Balcs of 8.030
bushels. No. 2 at (3 0034 73 ; Bupenlne western
ana stato ut ti Wi35 S3 ; common lo
good extra wcstcni and Btato at 15 ao
c 25; good to cholco extra western
and stato at ts 403G do; common to cholco
whlto whcat western extra at6 (isaiB 7s:
fanoy whlto wheat western extra at 10 so
ts 15; common to good extra ohlo at $0 W
(38 25 ; common to cholco extra Bt. I-ouls at
H ooaio 25; patcnt Mlnnesota extra good to
primuaii i2W($iuuu; cnoice 10 aouoie extra
at 11006310 75. Marketcloslng dull.
Whkai Hecelpts 20,200. Markct 13 dull
ahd hcavy and 192c lower. Balts of 71UX.11
bushels. New rcd amber and whlto southern
at $1359175; ungraded sprtngatll 10(3130.
Kvk Market Bteady at 75Q7SC for western
93393c for statc.
iiARLKv- .uarKct quiet nna unciiangeu.
Coan. ltecclDts or i;2.uS2 busiiem. Mnrl-pt
about 11 lower. Salcs of 4G8,ooo bushels.
Warm western mlxcd at Miatsc; ungraded
western mlxed at 57(a01Xc ; Bteamer mlxcd at
0O8O.vc! New Yerk No. 2 at cojsgsic ; hlgh
mlxed at tlHc; oli western mlxcd crop at cie;
atloat at 01c.
UATS. KCCeipiB 01 35,3111 DUSUC13. .MOTKCl
In burera' favor. Balca of 4I.7CO buaneli.
Mlxed western and atato at 2Uls57e; white
weatern ana stato nt 4CC3c : latter fancv re.
Jected at 2ao ; New York No. 3 at 333lc; whlto
uo ul 30c ; v.uicuo nu. z at- 11c; mixca wcsiern
at S241c; whlto western at423Mc; mlxcd
stato at 67c ; whlto stato at CCkaCGc.
11AT. Bteady and unchangea.
Ilors Heavv. Irrecular and unehantred.
Salcs ot new castern at sl3c; western at 8
CorrxE. Rlo rpioted qulet and unchanged.
cargoes at axtoxe gold; Job lots at uji&we
duuar. uuu ananominai; aa.'.'c ror rair
to good reilnlng; s;tc for prline; retlncd qulet
at llKOW.c for Biandard A; U'.alljje for
granulated; llf.c for powdercd; II7.0 tor
MOLABSKS Dull at 45rst52 lor Porto ItlCO! 45
S560 tor New Orleans.
Kice Market steady. Salcs Tit evaec for
Loulslana ; o7o for Uarollnas.
rETROLEOM HlKherandllrm. Salesof crudo
at 7Xc; reflDed at 14c.
TiLLOw-Markct ls stcady. SalC3 ot 25,coo
pounds at 8,',-c.
Eoos Unsettlcd. Sales ot stato and Pcnn
Bylvnnla atisaiac; 17C41S0 ror wpatprn.
1'orx. Flrmer nud uutct. Salcs ot new mess
ll tll 40C414 50.
LARD Flrmer. SaIps nf npw nrlmn stmm at
t 25(33 37: old prlmo stcam at $a 37.
Bctteb Market ls llrm nnd uuchanced,
Salcs at 10(32CC for western; 1321o for state.
cdekse Market llrm. Sjies at 59io,vc for
common to prlmo.
1.1XSEKD uuu, aaies at w 02X2 05 gold.
WnisiT Dull. closlnir nt l 11 Mrl. i llvf
BBrORTED EXrBKSSLT TOR TBE RUTLAND OLOBE
RicnMOSD, July 10.
BcrrEn Falrtocood.lliaioc: cholce. l&iiae:
fancy20c; chcese, sagc, aOs, ; tlno dalry at
BT. Albaks, July 17.
Butter Ouotattons ot common at ioii:e:
good to choico 15180'; selcctlona soc.
Tho markct on Tuesday was qulet wlth
prlces unchangcd. Occaslonally a cholco lot
sold at somcthlng highcr. Butter ROld at Fair
fax at Is ccnts.
New jjaven, July 17.
Butter lsaiso : sclcctcd ismi: Ecirs 15c:
Cheese 12c; .maple sugar loc ; Oata 50c pcr
Vekoeknes, July 10.
Bctter Butter 15ai9c V 11: seledted :ae :
Eggs 15 cents per dozen -, Checso 14c. hay and
straw, per ton, $10.00 to f 11.00.
MinnLEBUET, July lc.
Butter 14 to 16c: sclected 10c: ecra 12c per
dozee; Chceso 12c.
Eoaton Frodnce Market.
Thursday, July 19.
Butter Wo quoto : Flno New York stato fac
tory. 2223c: tlno and fancy trrocera setectlona.
20a23c: Tnvoices, Vermont 20(32ic; lnvolcos, Now
vork, ivq$2uc; fair 10 gooa, i,((4iac; common 1013
15315; western crcamerles, llne, 223230;
weitcrn dalry packed, ls-iao; Involces or
stralght lota ll jio; commoj, old and. now.
Trado on Thursday In Bo3ton was dull and
overy thtngdrags; tho market lacks llfo and
acttvlty. Thero 13 no lnqulry for lots and tbo
markct ls hcavlly utockcd and la an unhcalthy
condltlon ; tho poorer grades aro very dull and
everybody ls wcll atockod up.
Chekse We nuoto : Flno Now York factory.
9KO10C; flno Vermont factory, (Mjcaioo ; wcst
ern factory, 6X3io ; fair to good, sdc ; com
mon anuuruiuary, uoc.
Trade ln Boston 13 good and tho market on
Thursday had a much flrmer fecllng. Tho for
clgn demand 13 good and tho bomo wants are
vcry good for tho Beason; nno factorlos eell
trom 9i to 10c, and fair to good factorlcs aro
wantcd at tho quotatlons. Western chceso
sold very well on Thursday.
Dr. Nlilloli'K Mykiem VltallKor,
Wo are luthorizcd to guarantco thla
remcdy for tho curo of Dyspepsla, Inac
tivo Llyer, Bour Btomacb, Constipatlon,
Losa of Appctltc, Comlng up of tho Food,
Yeliow Bkln. nnd Gencral Debillty. You
must ackuowlcdgo thls would bo ruinous
unless wo had posltivo evidcnce it wlll cure.
You who aro auffcrlng from these com-
plalnta, tbtse words aro addrcsscil wlll
you contlnuo to suiTcr wben you can bc
cured on such tcrma as thcec? It is for you
to dctcrmlno. Samplo bottloa 10 ccnts,
regular slzo, 75 cents. Bold by F. Fenn
and Paigo and Crooks, Rutland ; F. A.
Worao, wcbi iiunana.
R0.000 ilie annualln bv ncclcctlnL' a
cough, cold or croup, ottcn loading to con
sumption and the grave. Wby wlll you
negicct so lmportant a matter whcn you
can gct at u.r etoro Biulou's Consuuitiom
Uuiie, with tbo nasuranco ot a apccdy re-
covcry, ror soro cbcst or lungs, larac
oack or siue, uso bhilou s rouous i-lab-
teii. Bold by l'algo & Crooks and t rancla
Fenn, Itutland, F. A. Jlorso West Hut
land and Hico A Co., Castleton.
" IIaokuitaoe," a popular and fragrant
perfume. Bold by the above dealcrs, clsc-
wbero by ucaicrs gcncrany. uoswiy