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VOL. V-NO. 1320.
RUTLAND, VT., MONDAY MORNING, ATJGUST 6, 1877.
PRIOE TWO CENTS.
TO BE OPENED
MONDAY, JUNB 18, 1877.
A Splendld Llne o( Laco Points, frcsh from
the recent TRADE SALK In New York, whlch
can and wlll bo Bold at
Lcss Tlian Half Valuc !
We guaranteo theso goods to bo cvery flbre
SILK AND LLAM A WOOL, and at lesa tban half
the prlce such goods aro usuaily sold.
P. S, Ploaso romcmber that wo aro the only
partlea ln town who have thls llno ot goods and
we oan get no moro at tboso prlces.
C. E. ROSS,
NO. 3 MEROHANTS' ROW
dftw RUTLAND, VERMONT.
TILYN EVER BEFORE.
BASH. R1BBONS, .
SILK AND WORSTED FRINGES,
The Best Kid Glove,
FOR TIIE MONEY, IN TOWN.
Ladlos ploaso cxamlne tbe goods and prlces.
J. D. MITCHBLL,
21 MERCnANTS' ROW.
WatciiBs and Jewelry
F. H. WHEELER,
(Suecesaor to Bon K. Chase,) at tbe old
B E E II I V E &TA1VD,
29 M.EBCHAHT8' BOW,
fceops oonatantly on handa Iarge assortment
whlch ho wlll Bell at tbe lowest prlces. Tbo
Iarge stock of watches lncludes
G-old and Silver
KEY AND 8TKM WINDINQ,
LADIES' AND OENT'S SIZES.
ot the timo for tho past fourteen years, I Bhall
as many new ones aa may favor mo wlth a call.
Rememoer the plac, aign ot Bee Hlvo, 23
F. H. Wheeler,
Fme watcb repalrlng a apoclalty. myirsdtl
Flack tbe GlotMer!
WHY IS ITV
Beeause hls goods are sbown wlth pleaaure
and customei s are always treated ln a courteous
and gentlemanllko manner, wbetber tbey wlah
u purciius or not, ana nis pnces
BEA.T THEM ALL.
FLACK TII L0T 1IIER,
J. F. BABBITT, Salcsman.
LAKE HURON AND OHIO.
?or B&le 1)7 Wi 0. LANDON, dtw
10 0 M E N
With a caih canltalof from S'JS.OO to S 15.00
to buy tboso
YE ARE 0L03ING OUT AT
V. J. FLYNN.
A Fresh Stock
Steai Dye fforks,
5 WALE3 STREET,
W. Siiuysou & Co,
Tbe subacrlbcra bor to lnlorm the cltlzcns ot
Rutland and vlclnlty tbat tbey bave ODened
Bteam dyelng and scourlng works ln Rutland,
unaer iub Twraonai Hunemsion 01 Air. Mmraan.
a sklllod and tborougbly practlcal dyer of over
twenty years ezperlence ln tbe soutb or scot
land. All klnds ot Ladlcs' and Qcntlcmcn'a
Wearlng Apparel Cleaned, Dyed and Flnlsbed
equai ia new, TTiinou& snnnKage or crocitmg,
at moaeraie cnanre.
Partlcs llTlng out of town can send tbclr
gooas Dy express, ana uave inem returuea v.
Vt. bUll'BON & UO.
Rutland, Vt,, Jan. 13, 1877. dlt
STEAM STONE CUTTERCO,
Solo proprletors and manutacturcrs of tbo
Stone Chaniielingr or Q,uar-
For cuttlng stone lnto rarlous ilzos andldl'
IN AII KINDS OF QUAEEIES.
orncs and saors.
JOHN W. CRAMTON, Prost.
QEOKQB E. ROYCE, Treas,
J. J. R. RANDALL, SeCy.
GEO. J. WARDWELL, Bupt.
Mansfield & Stimson,
FOUNDRY and MAOHINE WORKS
MARIILE AND SLATE MILLS,
Btone Quarrytng and Mlnlng Macblnes, Dcr
rlcka, Ilolstlng l'owera, Fumps and l'lpe,
EDKlncs, Bollers and Tanks, Bhattlng,
Pulleys, oearlng, io., CarWbeels,
and Rallroad Castlngs, Trlp
Uammcrs and Fork Ma-
chlnory, Clrcular Saw.MUls, Water Wboels,
voia iTacKurs, aiu, BKeuia lur uuu
son's Uovernor, and dealers ln Iron,
Steel, Fllea, ripe, Flttlngs,
Beltlng, l'acklag, Ootton
Waste, ic.ic, ic.
BRANDON CORNBT BAND,
J. B. KELLEY, Leader,
Prot. K, E, MAYO, Dlrector,
Well unlformed andequlppod. Mualo turnlsbed
at reasonable rates for all occaslons wbore a
urass uana is reiuirea. Aaaress
O. E. Palgc,
No, 1 MurcbanU' Row, oorner West Ul
THIS MORMTOr'S NEWS,
Tho Vory Latest Dispatchcs By
Poor Houto and Eevontoon Inmatos Bnmod.
Bimooe, Ont., Aug. C.
11 poor bouio on tho Industrial fatm of
the county of Norfolk, a mlto from town,
wns dlscovcred ln flamca at 11 last nlght.
Thc bulldlng was of wood and quickly re
duccd to nshes notwlthstanding tho excr
tlons of a fow pcoplo who rcaohcd tho
burning bulldlng. Kcvenlccn hnman belngs
wcro burned to dcath, and fonr mcn wcro
badly burned. Tbo followlng aro tho
namca of tho dcad : Jano JIcBrldc, Sarah
Green, Barab Slnclatr, Wm. Honck, Jamea
Carbctt, Chas. Corner, Jobn Brand, J. P.
Noult, Qco. Hunt, Clancy Parker, Onrnand
Despreau, Ellzabcth Bralslcy, Benj. South
wiclc, Ellcn Chaltingloa; all from nclgh-
boring towne. Tbo causo of the firo is un-
known. Tho Inquest to-day adjourncd to
Wcdncsday. Hundreds of people vUltcd
tte rulns to-day.
1NOENDIABIBM IX T1IEOIUO MI.NE3.
New YOBK, AUfe, 4.
Tho Trlbuno's spcclal saya tho coal bop-
pers at New Straltsvlllc, Ohlo, wcro burned
on Wcdnesday nlght. It 1s feared that Is
the bcgtnning of lawlcssnesa ln the Hock
TEnslHLE TALE OF SUFFEHlXd.
Tho Tlmes' Scranton lettcr tclls a pltlful
story about tbo mlnen' sufferings. Mcn,
womcn and chlldrcn aro actually in want of
tho neccssltles ot lifo. Meat Is an unknown
luxury. Largo familics aro livlng on 18
or $20 per month, and children are dylng
for want of food. Thc mlners aro dcter-
mlned to hold out for better wngcs.
T1IS B1TCATI0N IN PBSN8TI.VANIA THE
LAWLESSNESS TET OKCUEOKED IK THE
New Yorc, Aug. 4.
Tho Horald's spccial says the Lshlgh
Valloy rallroad ofllclals at Pitteton dcclaro
they wlll dlscharge all strlkera from the
company's employ. If protectlon ls not
guaranteed the road wlll bo closed. Gov.
Hartranf t is 111 at Pittston, but rofuEes to
lcaro bls car, Despito the powcrlul mili.
tary protectlon at Scranton, but few mln.
crs havo returned to work. Tho fow Btrag-
glcrs who scek cmploymcnt have becn
warncd to dcslst by tbc strlkcrs. At Pitts
burgb tho regulars contlnuo tc arrlve. Wm,
II. Boulds of Jersey City, a promincnt
strlker, was arrcsted ycitorday. Thc cltl
zcns commlttce Is appralslng the losics by
prirato citizens durlng thc rlota at llarrls
barg. Ten Pcnnaylranla rallroad mcn
charged wlth Ylolenco wero beld for trlal
ycstcrday, maklng 85 In all. Thlrty
etriklng cmployes wero alao dlecharged
yesterdiy at Reading, and 37 rloters were
jailcd at Mauch Chunk. Mattcra aro qulct
but unsettlcd 1b tbo Lehlgh and Schuylklll
reglon. The miners and laborcrs aro ap-
pareatly dctcrmlned to re-sstabllsh tho
workingmen'fl benerolent asscclation, or
mlnera' trade unlon. Aa toon as this Is or
ganized, a gcneral striko ls anticlpated. In
the Uppcr Luzcrno reeion bldious coffln
notlces aro eent to "blacklcg minors" or
persons obnoxioiu to the Molly Msgulrea.
The etrlko ln tho Summlt Vallcy dlstrlot of
tho mlddle coal flelds nowgeneral. Lawless
mlners from tho Wyomlngdlstrlct wrecked
a coal train on the Mahandy dlvision of
the Lehlgh Valloy rallroad Thuriday nlght.
A brakeman was kllled. A mliplaccd
swltch on tho CatawlBsa branch of tho
Philadelphia and Reading railroad near
Quaker Junctlon was dlicovered just in
timo to prorent tho wrecking of an exprcts
A STMrATniZlKQ SEQ1MENT.
Tho Kun'a tpccial eayB Col. Lyle's lecond
Pcnnaylranla rcglmcnt at Scranton from
Philadelphia, mainly veterans, havlng
learncd tho condltlon of tho strlkera, will
demand to bo eent back on tho ground tbat
tbo law only empowers the governor to
call them out . for 10 days, whilo they
have bcen on duty for 14. Theysym.
pathlze wlth tho cbaitly mlscry they ob
THE LEIIian VALLSY ItOiD OI'EN.
PniLiDELrnu, Aug. 4.
Tho Lshlgh Valloy road is now open for
all trains ezceptlng No. 8 and 1C.
)UIET IH TIIR LEIIiaH YALLEY.
WlLKBSBARRE, Aug. 4,
All trains except the nlght trains aro ar
rlvlng on the Lshlgh Vallcy rallroad.
Frclght trains come and go regularly,
Gen. Iluldekoper'a dlrlslon la etretcbcd
along tbe road for twenty mlle, guardlng
it from blockade and destruction. Affalrs
tbroughout tbe valley are quleting down
Tbo Lehlgh and BuEqucbanna compaoy
wlll not attcmpt to open the road for ecv-
New YpiiK, Aut?, 5,
A Plttsburg dlspatcli notes the dcparture
of soYcral companlcs of rcgulars lor
Wilkcsbarre. Tbe itrlkers on tbo Pltta
burg branch of the Baltimore and Ohlo aro
tendlng tbreatenlng lcttera and shootlng at
men on traini. Tom Bcott wanted the
: county commlisloners of Pittsburgto sottlo
clalms for loss by flro, etc.,11 but 'thoy re-
fueed, bolding tbo county not llablc.
A Wilkcsbarre dlspatch lays, of 78
rlotora arrestod ovldcncc has bcen tocured
agalnst only tbreo ; tbe others wcro dla-
charged. Five bundred maikcd men aro
bolding secret mcotlngi nlgbtly acron tbe
Butquehanna, at Nantlcoko.
WlLEESBARRE, AUg. C.
All qulct to-day. Twelro companlcs of
r!i;uliri, numbcrlng 400, bavo arrlyed.
The governor lcft to-day for Pittiburgb.
Tho mlners aro dctermlned to stand for an
incrcaso of S5 per cent.j no prospect that
they wlll glro In lor a long tlmc to come.
IlABBunuB.o, Aug. G.
Gov. Uartranft and itaff arrived from
Klngston thls aftcrnoon. Thoyvlsited tho
state arecnal and Inspeotcd thotroopsthcre.
They lcavo for Pittsburgh to-nlght. BIx
cars of rcgulars pasaed Altona about 11 to-
nlght. Thclr deittnatton li tupposcd to bo
BETnLEiizu, Pa Aug. 6.
All ttalns on tbe Lshlgh Valley road
wlll start to-morrow. ThsCcntral rallroad,
New Jcrecy, has ltsucd a circular to cm
ployes statlng tbat all passenger and frclght
trains will be staited out to-morrow and
run both ways orer tho entlro road, and
tbat coal trains wlll be started ai soon as
coal ls iurniBhcd for transportation. Tho
Ucthlehem Iron company's works, wblch
havo been idlo slnce tho commencement of
thc recent troubles, wlll rciume work Tucs.
ATTI1E BCFFiLO 3.25 BAOE.
BCFFALO, AUg. 4.
Thc ecvonth and flnlahing hcat of the
2.25 class of ycstcrday proved an eaay vic
tory for Richard, wlnnlng ln 2.20 wlth
Little Gypsy Becond, Lew Bcott tbird,
Capt. Jack fourtb, Alley flfth, Bluo Maro
slxth, Banquo diatanccd. The posltions of
the slxth heat not gtven laat nlght wcro
Capt. Jack fourtb, Alley flfth, Bluo Mare
slxth Moncy golng to : Richard firet, Alley
second, Little Gypay thlrd, Lew Bcott
fourth. In this .hcat Banquo camo ln in-
sido of tho 150 yard flag and outslde of the
100 yard flag and was dcclared diatanccd
under tho rule. The owncr cntercd a
Ba&atoqa, Aug. 4.
First race, ono mll(Ti irginius wlnncr.
Bombaet eccond, Rnadkmanthns thlrd;
tlmc, 1.422. Rhadamantbus stood firat at
SSOO In tho pools, and Vlrginius last at 58.
Second racc, flro f nrlongs : Fiquo wlnner,
tlme 1.04, Wither's fllly Eecond, McDan
icl's War Dance thlrd.
The flrst cxtra day, Monday, Auguat 0,
tho following horaes will start: First
racc, three-quarter8 mile, for two year
olds : JJllfton, Jct, Tclophone, Pique,
Brldgct, Enquirer, Leisuro fllly, Albert,
Lcxlngton. Bacond race, bandlcap, hcats
of ono ,m!lo and flvo furlongs : Ambusb,
St. Jamea, Fraud, llenry Owens. Thlrd
race, handlcap, for tbree year olds, ono
mile: Dr. Livingstone, W. I. Higgins,
Prlncees of Thule, Blll Boss, Vermont.
Fourth raco, eclling racc, 1 milcs ; Fugl
tivo, Glen, Athol, Salllo Watson, Partner
ablp, First Chanco.
Wasiiinqtos, Aug. 5.
No action has yct becn takcn by tho
war dcpartmcnt towards rcturning tho fed
eral troops recently ordcrcd to different
points in Pennsylvania, Illinois, Missourl,
Maryland cUcwhere, to tbe posts occupled
by them bcfore tho labor troubles, and It ls
not probablo that troops wlll bo kemored
from thcsc localltles for some timo to
OABINET ON THE BTB1EE.
A good portlon of tbo prcaident's mes-
sago upon the rcaasembling of congrcss
wlll be devoted to tho consideration of tho
labor queation. At numerous cablnct
mectings wlthla tho paat two weeks this
subjcct has been in sevcral instances dis-
cussed to tho cxcluBion of all other matter.
Sevcral mcmtcrs of tho cablnet are known
to favor tbo paasage of a law providing for
tho organlzatlon of a commlsslon whlch
ahall have duo regard for the Intcrett of all
conccrned, produccrs, mcrchants, cm.
ployes and capltallats, so that on any quea
tion a fair compromleo may bo ellectcd.
A meraber of tbo cablnct ln a recent con-
vcrsatlon Bpokc of thls plan and arcued
tbat coogresa has tbo rlght to paaa such a
law under the clause ot the constitutlon
authorlzing that body to regulato com-
mcrce wlth forcign nations and among tho
evcral atates, and with the Indlan tribca.
Such a commlesion mlght bo vested wlth
power to cxamlne lnto tho decirabillty of
charterlng new rallroada, ao as to cstabllsh
a reasonable certalnty that tbo projectcd
road would be remunerative, and tbat the
company would bave meana to pay for iti
constructlon and thus aroid disastrous f all-
Btrike in Quebeo.
Quebio, Aug. 6.
All tho stonccutters on tho new Parlla-
ment bulldlngs have atruck. Tbe con.
tractors declded to pay 20 cents per foot,
inslcad of $1,60 per day, The mcn de
mand 40 cents, wblch thoy clalm Is about
cqual to preeent wagcs.
Worcester, Mass., Aug.
A flro in a bulldlng owned by tbo New
York stcam engino company, Saturday
ovonlng, deitroycd $17,600 worth of teasels
belonging to Bumner, Pratt & Co.
Win UiriRTuiNi, i
Ornoi of thk cniir siaiui, ornoin.V
WisniNOTOK Aug g-i a. m. i
For New Englaxd itatcs, elatlonary or
falllng barometcr, soutbwcst wlndi, warm
cr, partly cloudy weatber and lecal ralni.
Tho Eastern War.
TIIE TDBES AOTIVE.
COICSTANTINOFLE, Aug. 4,
Relnforccmcnts aro dally arrlvlng and'
belng dispatchcd to Adrlanople.
TIIE B1TBATION OF THE RBSSIASS.
London, Aug. 4,
Thc Tlmca' Bucharest corrcapondcnt
thlnks tho panlc ln Roumanla is ground
lcss. Tho Plevna dcfcat wlll certainly bo
retricved. Dlscueslng tho Ruasiana'chanccs
of bolding positlons ln tho Balkans if
obllgcd to rctlro to them, a corrcspondent
who roccntly paascd througb the Schlpka
p&ss tclcgrapbs that It is Btrongly occupled
and fortlflcd, and has provlsions nnd for
ago for'a fortnight on full rations.
TBEKlSn AVAL orERATIONS.
A dlspatch from Sukum Kaloh says tbe
Turkisb frlgato Manmandlcb bombarded
tbo Rusaian battcrles at Tcbanltchlra, July
30, ellcnclng evcry liusslan guo. ThoMan
mandich was conslderably damagcd and
several of hcr crow wero kllled. Near
Tchanltchlra there were 6,000 Turks in a
crltical positloB, owing to tho advancc of
tbo Russians. Hobart Pasha ombarkcd the
cntlre forco safely under cover of the guns
of tbo fleet. This complctes tho withdrawal
of the Turkisb mllltary expcdition to tho
Caucaaus. Hobart Pasha has comtnand of
tbo entire Black Sea forces, comprlslng 20
men-of-war and transports.
New Yoek, Aug. 4,
The Ilerald's cablo speclals stato that at
Plcvna Princo Schackosky'a dlrlslon ad-
vanced more rapldly tban Baron kruuen-
er'B. Tho formcr, instead of waiting for
the latter, rapldly advanced. Ho captujed
a Turkiuh poaition, and it bo bad thcn
waited for Krudcncr ho mlgbt Btlll bavo
trlumpbed, but be pushed on Impctuously,
and tho Turks overwhclmed bls broken
THE RBBSIAN ARMY.
VlESNA, AUg. C.
Stratcglcally, tbc most lmportant news
fronj the acat of war is the occupatlon of
BelvL Thls exposes Tirnova and tho pasaea
Gcn. Gourko's forces aro said to bs ibort
of provlilons and ammunition. Rustchuk
ia no longer investcd from tbo land tiue,
and commuaication with Shumla opened
ycstcrday. Gen. Gunko bas semt word to
Tirnova that bls forcca aro too scattcred to
protcct chrlstians agalnst tho certalnty of
Tho portobas mado publ'o thi following:
Tbo Rnssians havo br .u con'pletely dc-
fcatcd at Yenl Sagbra witb ':onsiderable
loas, lncludlcg two guns, a iarge quantity
of baggago and equlpments. Tbey flcd In
dlsorder to Kalnbogbay pasa whtch ls oc
cuplcd by Suliemo Pasha, who pursuod
RAOUSA, Allg. 5,
The inaurgents hold the road betwcen
Trebluje and Ragusa.
Beluloio, Aug. 5.
An Imperial decree has bcen Issned re
ducing tho Balarlea of all government offl-
cials flfty per cent until tho cnd of tbo
Tbo Ituasian man-of-war ConBtantlno ap
pcared Friday nlght off Kilia and dcpattcd
agaln after fitlng flftecn shots.
Redlf Pasha has bcen Bcnt to Prlnccs Is-
land sea ot Marmora.
Tbe Turkisb mlntater at New York pub-
liahshcs an offlclal dlapatcbfrom Constantl
noplo dcnylng tbat tho Russian wounded
wero kllled on the battle field of Flevna,
It ia announced that Suleiman Paaha
occupied Kazanllk Sunday and thereby has
access to Shlpka and Trlavna paasea.
The Times correspondent who left tbo
Russlan advance guard Is wlthin aix mlles
of Plevna. Tho maln body occupies a
strong posltion nino mlles furtber east
The Russians havo sutTcred a disastrous
cbeck but that ls all.
Tbe Times' corrcapondcnt boforo PJeva
writea tbat It is hardly expectcd there will
be any rcnewal of tho attack before tbe
next ten days, as tbe Rueslans necd timo to
brlng up relnforccmcnts.
A Borlln dlspatch announccs tbat Col,
Green, Unltcd Statei mllltary attacho, has
arrived at tho Russlan headquarters.
Crimes and Casualties.
VIQILANT3 IN MISSODRI.
Keokue, Iowa, Aug. 5.
Tbo coroner's Inquest on the murder of
Spencerand bls four chlldrcn in Clark
county, Mo., leads to tho susplclon of Spen
cor'fl brother-In-law, namcd Jamcs, and a
man named Brady. Jamea was called tp
teatify at tbe InqucBt and durlng bis exaral
natlon blood was found on bis clothing,
Vigllants bavo taken bim with the auspect
cd man Brady lnto the woods to try them,
If found gullty tbey wlll be bung immedl
Plymobtu, Eng., Ang. 6.
Kobler, tbo wife murdcrer awaltlng cx
tradltion to New Jersoy, banged. himaeif
to-day In prlaon.
Joe Go8s, tbe pugilist, whb was relcascd
a few days slnce from a Kentucky j all on
ball, waa arrestcd at Clnclnnatl as a f ugltlvo
from Justice, bia bondsmcn having surrcn
dcred bim bocause they could not obtalq
the entlro proceeds of tho beneQt Elven
Goss last nlgbt, wblch was more tban
double tho amount of tbeir securlty.
Dwlght Wlllard, proprietor of tbe great
forgo at Uordentown, N. J., was drawned
white bathlng Saturday,
Charlcs Balley and Charlcs R. Ross wcro
arrected ln Boston yestcrday for passlng
countcrfcit 25 and 0 cent plcccs. A quan
tity of zlnc and other motol and dlcs, platcs
and casts were Bccnrcd.
The body of Henry Maag, the ilxth vlc-
tlm of tho Clnclnnatl flre, waa found ln the
nt'ANCIAL AND COMMEECIAL.
T!aw York Stock and Konav Karkat.
hw Yoat, Aug. 4.
OOLD ls now uuoted at at 105V.
ooveknments are flrm.
MONEY at 3.
UTtiCKS are unsettlcd.
Tbo tollowlnz aro tne quotatlons i
D. B.es 'si reg uiy
U. B. C-SOS'67 100
U.S. 6-203 '39 ni'i
U. 8. 63 now 110
U. B. 10-409 COUp.-.llQ
Curroncy Ca 124?:
ao pror. ..lir
Ulcblgan Central. s;;
Unlon Paclno s
llllnols central.... tt
CblcAgo N. W...
do rref 6J
Clereland,U.at 0.. ts
Del. lludson.... 40,
Hock Island. Wi
do pref,, eox
Fort Wayne...... st
Cblcago tt Alton. . . s
uumueuHnu.Mi .. -
W. U. Tulcgrapb.. 73.';
do pref... S4M
Del., Lack.ft west, it
c. B. & q 93
nannlbal sc Jo. 10V
Auaiua i&xpross... vo
Wells. Fargo a co. 81
Amorlcan M. U. Ex 45
u. a, express 40
N.Y.C.iH.R. U.. 93
Central Pacino... tei
umon Pacino usk
Bxcbange long. . , ,4ES)f
UU VtVI....... .. 15
HT York Frodnea Kaikat.
Niw Yoai, AUg. 4,
Cottoji Market ls dull: mlddllse unlanda
flocr Market ls uncbasged. Itecelpta 13,000
bbla. salcs e,ooo bbls.
Kte Floub. Market ls uncbanicd. Saies
of soo bbls at.6s5.iofor Bupomne.
WnnAT Market la quotcd as dull. Recelpta
Rte Market Bteady.
ConN Market ls nuntd n AliftAA nrmfr.
Recelpta of csi.ooo buab. sales of 63,000 busb,
at 6060)40 for western mlxed.
UARLET MarKec nominal.
Oats. Market aulet. Recelnti of it.ooo biuh.
Balcs ot 12,000 bueb. at 2Tsoc for mlxed west
ern and state, and 3S-.'68o for wblte do.
i uks warjsei. is quiet. baies or 10O OOIS at
Lakd. quotcd as qulot and flrm. Sales of
tlcrccs at jo ao9 37V.
BcTTER.Market ls quotcfl at I3u for
stato and I'ennsylranla new ; 5 to Ko for com-
Uiuu W IJllUiU.
Wni8KT Quoted atllltaiis per gallon,
Eaos. Market quoted hearyat l3Hcfor
I'etrolxdu. Quoted at lo for crude:
rcrined at 13 vo for septembcr.
coal Uncbangoatd sissas ss per cargo,
LEATnsn Qulet. Buenos Ayrea and Rlo
Grando llgbt to heary wclgbts 2ias5c.
uui juarKm ia quoiea as neavy. uomestie
flecco at 3IK3SSC : unwasbed at loanc nulled
Rntlaua Jlmlc Ntore,
Wc wlah to call theattentlon of the nub.
lic o our Iarge and exceedlngly flne aasort-
mcm oi YCDer A'lanos ana ucorge wooas
Organs. Theso Inatrumcnta apeak for
thcmsclves, and our prices aro sueh this
summer that evcry ono can afford to buy.
Wo havo a larga assortment of mualc
wblch we invito you to call and sec. All
orders for muslc will bo premptly filled.
We wish to call Bpccial attention to a lot
of now goods which we havo just rccclved.
vo uave severai new vioilns, wblch lor
tonc, flnlah and price, cannot bo bcat; alao,
violin flxings, of all sorts, whlch we aak
violln playcra to rcmember, as they need
them. We havo several new aecordeons
and banios, which, If vou sce and nrice.
you will buy. Don't fail to call, and don't
lall to brlng a little money.
MoUlbre & HlLL,
dtf 25 Mercbants' Row, Rutland, Vt
For bargalns ln flne goods, such as halr
bruabes, combs, portmonnaies, knivei, ra-
zors, Chamois sklna, sponges, flne per
fumcry and druggists goods generally, call
at Morso Brothcrs drug store. We have
a largo stock that wlll be sold at rock
bottom prlces. Wo alao have the flnest
line of clgars in Rutland, and we don't
glvo in on prlces to any ono. If you will
try our brands (many of which we control)
you will be satisfied that wo are right.
Glvo us a call at tho corner drug store.
d&w Opposlte Depot.
Tbe several flre insurancecompanles rep
rcBentcd by Mcssrs. Burnham &Temple
iiare uecomo nouscnom woras in tnis com-
munlty, and bave earncd an enviable na-
tlonal reputatlon lor stablllty, experlence
promptness ana iair-acanng.
l'oliclca wlll always be iasucd at rates ai
low as are fainy conalBtcnt wlth tne baz.
ards, Auurcss, Dy man or ln person,
Bdrnham & Tksiple,
Mcrchants' Row, Rutland, Vermont,
rjviiuUou'a l'aieut MblpplUB Taff.
Over 200 mllllons bare been usod wltbln tbe
East ten years, wltbout complalnt otloss by lta
ccoralng dotacbed. All expreaa companlcs
uso tbem. sold by Frlnters and Btatlonery
OLOBE PAPSR CO., RUTLAND
dfcw Wbolesale Aionta.
A irood domoatlo Sulcbur batb can ba ln
atantlv nreDared br taklniracaka of Olkmk's
SnLriiUK Soap lato tbe batb tub. Bucli an x-
f edlenc wlll, to uso a alang pbrase, "knock
bespota off" any vlctlm ot outaneous blem-
linua. (3uiu uy ati uruKffisis o cenia.
Ilall's Halr and Wblaker Dve. black orbrown,
to cents. augdw4w
Cltde, N. Y,
Vt. N. Ouvin DtarSir; The monument you
recently crectcd for myself and otbers ln Ma-
plo Groro cemeterr, ls a better Job tban I ex
pectcd, and I belltre tt tbe best work ln tbe
cemctcry. I sball take pleasuro tn reconv
mondlng tbose ln want of sucb work to you.
Respocttully, A. SNEDAKEIt.
Kx.Sherltf Wayno co., N. Y,
Wlll bo sold at No. M West Btreet, corner ot
ueaaow, ror tnree cents per quart, dou morn,
A NOTHER FALL. WOOD CHEAP,
XV. Tbrea ft. bard wood, aawed, $5. Foarft.
waod,t, Blaba,fi. Leare orders t Keyests
' ' onAS P HARUIS at 00,
V rxtrv. ot HUHUNQTON. VERMONT.
Tbls prudentlr managed Homa Company, li
a farome wltb liuiineaa Men ot Vermont.
Jamea R. Uosmer, Preiiaanti B. 8. Tttt,
Editor Rutland Olobe: Tho caso re-
ported from Charlotte of a rcgUtcred lctter
not belng accountcd for suggcsta tbc pro-
priety oi a word belng eaid to tbe public on
tho matter of rcsponslbillty ln such cascs.
Wblle the Poatofllcc departmcnt does not
hold ltsclf bound to rcfund lost moncy sent
througb the mails ln reglstcrcd lcttcrs or
othcrwlte, yct ln cerlaln cascs poatmastera
and tbcir bondsmen aro holden for mlsslng
letters. Poatmastcrs glve no rccclpts for
money ln a lettcr ; indccd they havo noth-
ing to do wlth tbe contcnts of a reglstered
lettcr. But they do glve a rccelpt for tho
lettcr itaelf, and aro responeiblo for that
lettor tintll it passcs out of thclr hands in a
lawful manncr. If a poatmaater has ecnt
a reglstered packago out of bls ofllce, It ls
bis prlvilege, to say the lcast, to take a re
ceipt tbercfor, and this recclpt mutt be
primafacie evldence that the reglstered lct
ter was aent. Tho last postmaster who
handles thls package ls rcsponsiblo for what
a coniaina unm it do uellvcreil to tbe per
son to whom it was dircctcd, or otherwlae
dlsposed of accordlng to law. Whcn a
reglstered package leavca tho poetofflce, tbo
poalmaster may take a receipt, and that rc
celpt will Bhow tbat bis work is done ac
cordlng to law, and bis responeibillty bo far
Is at an end. It appears thcn tbat individ
uala ln tho scrvlco of the government aro
beld rcBponaible for reglstered letters, x.
An Old Snit.
Tho suit of Tienor W. Pnrk agalnst tho
Troy and Boeton rallroad will be trled be
fore Judgc Plcrpoint at the Bpccial tcrm of
the Bennington county court, Cctober 10.
This sult, otherwiio known as Cbandlcr
versus the Troy and Boston railroad, has
been ln litlgation about 10 ycan. It was
commenccd by Park, who allcgcd in bls
complaint that the dcfcndanta leised the
Vermont Central railroad for a period of
years, on condition that they were to pay
?iu,uw a year tor me uae ot tbo Bame,
keep the road in repalr, and lcave it in as
good condition when the lease expired as it
was when leascd. Tho latter etipulatlon
Mr. Park clalms was violated, beoce tbe
suit. It haa been up for trial Bevcral tlmca
ln tho Vermont courts and once on an or
der It was sent to tbe Unlted Btatcs court,
but tho jndgo qulckly dlsposed of it there,
claimlnt; tbat court had no jurisdlctlon.
The rain fell hcre durlnr tho nlrtht of
July 20th to tho denth of one inch and
New potatoca are laree and cound. and
promlse a bcautiful crop.
Grasshopocrs bare bcen vcrv numerous.
and have kept tbe graaa fromgainlng much
by meana of the abundant raln falls.
Some of the farmers are about finlshinc
up their hayinc Oats aro now rcady to
be harvestcd, and as the arca sowed is
Iarge, it will requiro considcrable labor to
take care of thls largo and profitablo crop.
One farmer down north ,in Addison county
iom mo mai no caa lorty acres ot oats, but
be didn't know what ho abould do wlth
A. S. Burbank, tbe ponular and efllcicnt
agent for many years paat, is retalncd ln
hia former posltion by Mr. Taft, the pres
ent owner of the factory ; and all tbe for
mcr cmployes, at tbe tlme tbe factory was
Btopped, who wish now havo the prefer
ence for work. And for tbe flrBt timo for
about fifteen montbs tho factory bell on
oaiuruay morning last cailcu tbem to tbelr
Henry H. Clark, who was sun-struck
about two wccks sincc, ia yet conflnod to
About one hundred balcs of wool havo
arrived for tbo factory during the paat
week, and A. F. Hill, who for many years
past bas worked in the wool room, can
now bo found at bls former posltion.
XV, F, I'algo, 1'roprlctor.
Havine leascd the above woll-known ho-
tel, and taken posaeeslon et Bame, I ahall
ira pieaeeu iu aee an my irienas, ana tne
travellng public generally. I shall cn
deavor to malntaln the reputatlon of tbe
houBe for belng flrst-class ln ercry respoct.
JlOdtf W. F. Paioe.
THE OLD BTORY.
"Blllloua, weak, nervouB, stomach dla
ordered could not reat nlghte, ctc." Well,
let us Beo bow ho got out of lt. Ho didn't
make hlmselt dlsagreeablo and spend all
his tlme telllDg people bow bad be waa,
and that he bad no taith ln medlclnes.
Oh no I bo meant buslncas. He went to
the atore and got a "bottle or two" and
and bore is what be aald :
Laona, N. Y., July 28, 1371.
Durlng tbe past eprlnc I became bllllous,
nerrous. wak, stomacb dlsordered, could not
rest nlgbta and felt constantly oppressed by a
sense ot lmaglnary danger, I was lncapaci
tated for buslneas and trled several bottles ot
rarlous patent medlclnes sald to rellero bucU
Bjmptoms, but all to no purpoao. I rinally pro
cured a bottle ot Dr. Fenner'a Biood and Llrer
Itemody and Nerro Tonle. I tbougbt 1 not only
needed blood cleanalng and llrer mcdlclne, but
lknewmynerreswere unstrung and needed
tonlng up, Tbls powerful medlcTne stlrred ma
up, and by tbe tlme It was balt tono I tbougbt
I felt. worse. But 1 perserered and by tbo tlme
lt was all gone, I was decldedly better, An
other bottle completcd tbo cure, and I bare
been well and alrong Blnce, I was to bad tbat
I could not feel better tlll the work ot clsansiDg
and restorlng bad gono on some days. Tbls
remedy was ao actlro tiat I felt poorly thenret
few oaya wblle tbe work ot oleanBlng was go
lng on, tlll tho most ol lt was aceomplltbed,
then my lmprorement was rapld and perman
ent. It I had Btopped after tbe nrst balt bot
tlo of tho remedy and sald It dld mo nogood.
because I felt stlrred up oy lt, lt would nara
been a great calamlty to me and an Injustlco
to what I oonalder tne best remedy ever put
beforo tho people. I don't kuow what would
bare become ot me wltbout lt.
After reading tbit truthful rccltal wlll
any perrersely irrcconcllablo Invalld Btlll
retuse to befievo and insist on keepinc
For sale by dealers ln mcdlclne j in Rut
land by Faige & Crooks. Get a clrcular
describicR all of Dr. Fcnncr'i Remedies.
Nevor FalU to cure,
neadaohe Who can avold looklne haggard
and old, when the braln Is crazed wltb palnr
Wbo can deny the fact that dlsoase. accompan
ied by paln, la a greater rarager ot beauty than
tlme T J. lirlff a' Alleranter wlll cure bcad
acbe and neuralgla In a trlce, and all sutrerei a
wm hall wlth dellgbt thls nerer-talllng reme
dy. Hold by drugglats.
STATE NORMAL BOHOOL, OA8TLK.
TOH.VT. The fall term wlll commenoe
Aug, so. ror furtber Informatlon, addraas
Jrlfiaow ViAUtBB, S, HOWad, ninolpal,