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THE RUTLAND WEEKLY HERALD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1872.
5 THE RUTLAND HERALD. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1872. TUe Herald Is tbe only paper In the County of Rutland, or this sec tion of Vermont that takes Tele graphic news. The Herald receiTes the Associated Press Reports regu larly. Arrival and departure of Trains. TRAINS ARRIVBAT RUTLAND. From Bellows rails, 1.40 A too a. nu, 2.20 A t8.45 p.m. " Burlington, 12.40 A 11.32 a. m.. I'i50 A t.0 p. in. Port Henry, 1L82 a. m. A t7.00 p. ni. Bennington, U2.10 p. m.,t7J & 10.00 p. m. Saratoga, U.43 a. m., t4.30, 9.t0 A tlO.OO lem, 1.40 A8J0a.m.,t3.40A4.Mp.m. TRAINS LEAVE RUTLAND, ror Hollows Falls, 12.50 A t4-30 a. m.. i2.10 A tfctio p. in. . . iiuiilnton, 1.43 A t35 a. in., i.3d A 5.06 p. :n. rort Henrv. t5.36 a. m., a, o.n p. m. llrtniiiitoii ilinon,t3.00 A ".o a. ni., 12.20 p. Snilitoxn, t4.40, 5.20 A 110.15 a. in., A 3.00 v.i.in, 1.40 A 19.00 a. m., 1.00 A 5.Wp. m. HhII TTRin. tMlxed. Iff in or Items. One cause of thanksgiving that we and our readers have, to-day, is that the proceedings of the legislature will be concluded iQ our next. The railroad taxatiou bill, which passed the house by a large majority, was defeated In the Senate. Per contra of Anna Dickinson's lecture, the English Lord Chamberlain says, "No more barmaid's shows." Charles Reade's new story for tbe London C7iriatmaa Graphic, is founded on the Tichbone case. The bill to "relieve" Chittenden, Franklin and Grand Isle counties from the last quinquennial valuation of the grand list as equalized by the Legislature of 1870, was defeated in the House. Enterprising boys hereabouts, drive a thriving business, by stealing old iron and selling it back to the owners. Tbe mania for collecting stamps has broken out ajrnin with renewed viru lence, in young ladydom. Of the formidable Seminole trile, whlh so loivr held the United Stati-s force tit bay in the everglades of Flori da, on'y three families survive, of about 20 persons each. Horace (1. Clark, formerly senior partner of Clark, Brothers & Marshall, of Rutland, is now with the jewelry house of Giles Bro. & Co. of Chicago. Tlie Young Men's Christian Associ ations of various cities propose to do an excellent thing this year by getting up Thanksgiving dinners for the numerous class of young men and boys who have no happy homes to go to. This is prac tical Christianity, worth more than many tracts and a thousand moral lectures. It is a good thing for all christian and charitable organizations to do. It will give to many hearts the eladness that if- good for the soul. Rutland railroad scrip sold iu Bos ton, Tuesday, for inety-tlve cents. The Connecticut River railroad co.n:any have declared a senii-annurd diviili inl of five per cent., payable .Jan uary 1.-1. Our marriage notices disclose the fact that the soldiers and sailors conven tion, at Piitsburtih, in September lat. not only contributed to the election of General Grant, but was the means of furnishing a wife to an old subscriber of Tiik IIkkai.i), )a Vermont rr and a Ver mont soldier at that. This is a legal holiday for banks. Duvid C. Billings, of this place, re cently killed a hog, less than a year old. which weighed four hundred and sixty uiue pounds. --The State Constabulary or Police hill, which passed the House by a decis ive majority, came up in the Senate, Tu "siby afternoon, and was defeated by a vote of 10 yeas to 19 naj's. Discus sion on it was cut-off by the near ap proach of the time of adjournment and it was rejected w ithout debate or delib eration. The board of civil authority meet at the selectmen's office, town hall build ing, Tuesday afternoon, December SM, tor th: iibat nicnt of illegal taxes. Rev. Amos Foster will conclude bis labors in Putney the first of December, and spend the summer with his son-in-law, Rev. II. M. Grout, formerly pastor of the Congregational church at West Rutland, but now of Concord, Mass. Mr. Foster is now in hts seventy-seventh year, and has been forty-eight years in the ministry ; twenty-eight of which have been spent in Putney. Fatal Accident. As three men were engaged in shingling a barn at Ver gennes, Wednesday, the staging fell, precipitating the men to the ground be low. Two of the men escaped without injury, but the third, a young man, the son of Daniel Winslow, was instantly killed, his head striking on a rock. It is stated, by those who witnessed the ac cident, that young Winslow fell head foremost, dashing out his brains. Commissioner of the Insane. The Legislature, in Joint Assembly, Tues day, as will be seen by our legislative reports, elected Dr. Henry Boynton, of Woodstock, as commissioner of the in sane. Dr. Campbell, of Rockingham, was handsomely nominated and ably seconded for the position, and his chance9 for election looked well, until the friends of his opponents brought out the fact that he had been a warm Gree ley man in the last campaign, which de stroyed his chances, ami the Legislature elected Dr. Boynton by a large majority over Campbell. Woman Suffrage. The Montpelier correspondent of the Burlington Free Press, in speaking of the "woman suf frage" bill iu the Senate says: The question came up on Senator Sprague's bill to allow female tax payers to vote, and be ellgiblo to office in school meet ings. It had been referred to a select committee, consisting of Senators Sprague, Carpenter and Estey, who unanimously reported in favor of the bill. Senator Sprague mads a rousing speech in advocacy of the measure. Senator Hinckley spoke earnestly in op position to it, while Senator Powers made a most effective argument for its passage. The bill failed to go to its third reading, by only one majority. .It Is but just to say, that several of those who voted for the bill, do not embrace in toto the principle of woman suffrage ; but they see no good reason why the woman who pays taxes, should not have a voice in the school meeting. Tote of Vermont Official Canvas The following is the result for the State as officially declared. It will be no ticed that by these final figures the re publican majorities, both on the Na tional ticket and on the Congressmen, are a little larger than before stated: FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. GBAKT ASD WILSOW TICKET. Harmon Canfleld, 41,479 ElishaP. Jewett, 41,466 Alanson Allen, 41,480 Abtshat Stoddard, 41,475 Komeo H. Start, 41,421 GREELET AND BROWN TICKET. W. T. Horrobln, 10,923 Jasper Rand 10,923 Jed P. Ladd, 10,921 Thomas E. Powers, - i ) t ' 10,926 Saul Bishop, 10,926 O'CONOR ANI AIAM9 TICKET. John R. Gates, C. N. Davenport, Amos Aldrioh, L. . Patridge, Giles Harrington Scattering votes, 551 553 54 553 553 24 Taking the highest vote on each tick et, the results are aa follows : Grant's plurality over Greeley, 30,554 Grant's majority over Greeley and O'Conor, 30,001 Grant's majority over all, 89,980 FOB CONGRESSMEN. FIRST DISTRICT. Charles W. Willard, Homer W. Heaton, Scattering, Majority for Willard, SECOND DISTRICT. Luke P. Poland, Benjamin II. Steele, J. w. Pierce, Scattering, Majority for Poland, THIRD DISRICT. George W. Hendee Henry C. Adams, Scattering, Major! 1 3' for Hendee, 14,061 3.615 . 6 3,621 10,440 11,071 2,929 2,554 389 5,872 5,199 11,473 2,182 90 -3,272 8,201 Abduction.. On Friday evening, No vember 8lh, an attempt was made to ab duct Miss Julia Foster, a young lady of about twenty-two years of age, residing at South Royalton. At about half-past six, as she stepped to the back door of their dwelling, she was seized by a man who prevented any outcry by covering her face and mouth with the shawl she wore. In this position she was borne some distance across a field, as 6he thinks, to where an accomplice was waiting w ith a team. She was placed in a carriage, and all three started, whither she knew not. In the mean time her strange disappearance became known, and tbe citizens soon rallied to search tbe locality and river bank. While tbe search was carried on, news came that she liad escaped from the dastardly villains. The intention of her abductors, had they succeeded in carrying out their base design, must for the present, at least, remain a mystery. re:ttli of Cbasncff Ilinman. We rind iu tbe Battle Creek (Mich.) Daily Journal the following notice of the death of tbe venerable Chauncey Iliuman, a native and former resident of Vermont. He was a brother of the late Truman II. Hinman, of Castleton, and the hist surviving member of his fath er's family : The venerable Chauncey Hinman, with whose form and presence our readers have so long been familiar, departed this life on Friday, September 6th, at ten o'clock, a. m., in tbe 84th year of his age. Ho was uncle to the brothers Hin man in this city, and was born in Orwell, Vermont, January 10th, 1788. He re sid"d on the farm upon which he was born over 70 years, and came to Battle Creek in 18C4 where lie has since resid ed, lie was an upright and scrupulous ly honest man, was "blessed with a re markably vigorous constitution, which, united with habits of strictest temper ance, contributed to alife of exceptional longevity. He died, literally, of old aire, after a confinement of ten months. Funeral services were had at his late residence, on Saturday, at three o'clock, p. m., Rev. D. D. Oillett officiating. His remains were temorarily deposited at Oak Hill Cemetery, but will ultimate ly be taken to bis native home for per manent burial. I.ate Ouiry ITIarkfi. CHEESE. The market at Utiea, on Monday, was as dull and gloomy as the weather. The offerings reached fully six thousand box es, of which not over two thousand were sold. The prices ranged from 13i13Lc. Several factorymen held for 14c, and will send on commission if they do not get it. Considerable cheese has already gone forward on commission, and more will most likely be sent. We look upon the season as having not much, if any over another week's duration. Before next Monday most of our dairymen will have sold, sent on commission or stored for winter. Very few factories are now running, and nearly all will be closed on the first of December. The number run ning after that time will not be worth counting. The market in private dairies, at Little Falls, the same day, was very active, al though prices were considerably off. The offering was nearly as large as has been at ny time before this season. There were about fifteen hundred boxes sold, twelve hundred of which were shipped by rail from New York. The ruling figures were 1313J. There were about eight thousand box of factory offered, a falling off from last week's offerings. About four thou eand boxes were sold at 14c as an ex treme figure, with one exception, and 13J13c as the ruling figures. One choice lot, the Keyea factory, sold at 154 cents. The receipts of cheese at Boston for the week were 1;834 boxes and If tons. The market has not changed materially since last week. The demand was mod erate at 14(S14ic for choice New York and Vermont factory, and several extra lots at 15c per pound. For dairy cheese the sales were principally at 1314c, though there were a few marks that went as high as factory. In Western factory the sales ranged from 12a14Jc per pound. At the close there were in dications of a little firmer feeling. The receipts at New York, for the week ending Saturday last, were 29,340 boxes, and the exports were 11,147 boxes. The cable was 65s. Gold closed at 113, and the highest quotation for cheese was 14fc. For the coiresponding week, last vear, the receipts were 36,171 boxes, and the exports 19,874 boxes. The cable was 65s. Gold closed at 110J, and the highest quotation for cheese was Uc. BUTTER. At Utica the market was firm, but with no change in quotations. The lower grades were too abundant, but the supply of the finer was not equal to the demand. Little was done rr shippers. At Little Falls there were 150 pack ages of butter sold at 80c for fair, 32c for choice, and 88 for prime. The market at St Albans was dulL Common to fair,' 20 25c ; medium to good, 2530c; choice, 30982c; selec tions, 83c r, The receipts at Boston for the week were 10,173 packages, against 14,263 packages for the ' corresponding week last year.; The market was quiet, with a light demand for common and medium grades. Choice butter found ready sales at full prices. The sales include lots of New York and Vermont fall made, at 3234c, and a very few fine at 85c per pound, but , 34c was the highest quota tions for round lots. Summer dairies sold at from 2030c, the outside for the best straight IotsT" A few invoices of Canada were received during the week, with sales of 'choice" at" at 2832c, in cluding the fine fall at the outside price. The best Western sold at 2730, but the poorer grades were slow of sale. ; RICHMOND MARKET. The market at Richmond" (Vt.,) Mon day, was quite active for both butter and cheese : 400 boxes of cheese sold at 6f 8c f or skim ; 1012c for farm dair ies; Sage and factory,' 1315c. 200 tubs of butter sold at 2025c for fair ; 2730 for good ; 3233c for choice. There were also 4,000 lbs. of poultry sold at 1012c, fair chickens; choice, 1516c ; turkies 1520c. Local Bntlneti Notices. Wanted. Young men to learn to set hoops on new lime barrels. Can earn from twelve to fifteen dollars per week, after a few weeks practice. Indoor work steady imployment. A few steady men for common labor and team sters also wanted. Apply to A. R. Nor ris & Co., at the Ft. Ann" Lime Works, near Comstock's Station on the R. & S. R. R. 32wtf Loss of Appetite, Heartburn, Pal pitation of the Heart, Dizziness, Sleep lessness, Constipation, Wind, Mental and Physical Debility, and Melancholy are caused by a disarrangement of the digestive organs. To thoroughly mas ter these symptoms, "White's Specialty for Dyspepsia" is the only prompt, effi cient and safe remedy. II. G. White, Proprietor, 107 Washington street, Bos ton. Price $1 per bottle. 40wl3w FROST HAYWAUD In Springfield, Mass , Nov. 14th, by Rev. Dr. Buckingham. George A. Frost, formerly of Kutland, and Lvdia A. Hayward. EATOX LONG At tbe M. E. parson age, Rutland. Nov. 26th, by Rev. II. F. Aus tiu, Samuel Katon of Stockbridge, and Ag nes M. Long of Pittsford. PARKER SHERMAN By the sarae, at the same place. Nov. Aith, Samuel H. Par ker of Rutland, and Julia M. Sherman of Clarendon. ROVOE WILLIS On the 25th inst., at the residence of the bride's parents, Wash ington, D. C, by Rev. Dr. Parker, James B. Royce, formerly of "nttlngsvllle, and Miss Sophie A. Willis of Washington. 1). V. DARE AC K I KB El" At the M. E. par sonnge, Leicester, Nov. 23d, by Rev. A. W. Eaatmnn, Mr. Napoleon Dareau and Miss Kate Klrbev. both of Ripton. ESTV JAY At the M. E. parsonage, Leicester, Nov. 20. by Rev. A. W Kaslmin. Mr. Millard F. Ksty of Leicester, and Mi-s Lizzie Jay of Orwell. McVIAHON In Rutland, Nov. KUh. Mrs, Margaret McMahon, aged 54 vears. ti INK LEY In Rochester, Nov. 27th, Stallham Hinkle3-, aged 77 years, formerly of Rutland. POWELL In Woodbnrn, 111 Jonathan Powell. atredM vciir-. DITNKLEK-In Pittsford". Nov Oct. 2d. Kith, Silo Ounklee, aged ti8 years. M r. Dunk lee has' been a resident of Pitts ford for over 30 years, and his los will be deepljr felt, lie was a man very much re spected. JOHNSON In Sprina-neld. Nov. 21st. Lev! K. Johnson, formerly of Salem, N. Y. N. E. papers, please conv. KITTREOGK In Lowell Mass., Nov. 15, Abbie. wife of H. G. Kittredge. and eldest, d 'i tighter of D. M. Maxtleld. Ks.j.. of Clus ter, aued 22 vetirs and it months. Pap'-rs in N K. please copy. L'CKE In Harlem, N. Y.. Nov. l-i, ('hir lotte, wife of John Locke, formerly of Chester, Vt. rtreHiseittfnts. ALiAGA GRAPES JUST ItE ceived at B. W. MARSHALL'S. IBERATION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that 1 have this day relinquished to my son, Charles M. Morgan, his full time tor the remainder of his minority. He is at liberty to transact business lor himself. I shall claim none of his services nor be responsible for any contracts made by him after this date. JAMES P. MORGAN. Witness M. C Rice. Hubbardton, Nov. 14,1872. 47w3 THE CHEROKEE BALSAM CURES CATARRH, RHEUMATISM, ASTHMA, NEURALGIA, DEAFNESS, GENE RAL DEBILITY, &c. Wonderful cures are performed every day. Correspondence with persons suf fering from inflammatory diseases solici ted. Traveling and local agents are meet ing with great success in the sale ot this valuable medicine. Prof. R. E. MARANVILLE, Manufacturer and Sole Proprietor, 48:wtf Castleton, Vt. THE CHRISTIAN ERA, A LARGE Eight Page Weekly Taper, PUBLISHED BY AMOS WEBSTER. 3.00 per Year. 50 Cent Discount when paid in Advance. office: NO 50 SCHOOL ST., BOSTON. M ASS. A FIUST-CLA8S $6.00 CIIIiOMO, The Best offered by any Paper, -Given to every new subscriber paying a year's subscription in advance. AGENTS WANTED. 4S:w-2w VETERINARY. C. WILKINSON'S GREAT ENGLISH COUGH POWDERS. For Horses only. A sure cure for Coughs, Colds, Swelling of the Glands Sore Throat, Epidemic, Catarrh, Horse Ail, and all dis eases of the throat and lungs. These powders are safe at all times, lie-in"-free from poisonous drugs. Prepared by" F. C. Wilkinson, Veterinary Surgeon, CLAREMONT, N. II. Sent by mail for 50 cents per Box. For saW by all Druggists. Geo. O. Good win. Wholesale Agent, Boston, Mass. nov23dlww4w WANTED AGENTS, $200 per month to sell the Improved American Family Knit tin Machine The simplest and best in "he world. Address American Knitting Machine Co., USX Washington street, Boston, Mas. nov28w4 LOOK ! FREE TO ALL ! d CA per week to Agents, male or fe 2hiU male. To all who will write for an Sency we win send a copy of that "Won SS?ot7Wonders," the Illustrated Horn of Plenty It contains over fifty beautifulil uiatrations. and will be sent free to all wtio mlytrit Address I. G8Ivf8aw4r90n' J. J 777 AGENTS WANTED For the most Important book ever pub lished, "Every Hone Owner's Cyclopedia." New horse disease and all others of which the horse Is subject fully explained with JSooessful treatment, every horse owner should buy it. Also. N.MaP,,0!,8- f nd World, N. E. Towmship, and Charts, Weala i and Piotures, largest assortment for wnU la New nglan(f. Apply at once Jot terms to J. L. Ou.bm.ky, bUsher, Concord. X. H. noriawt OTICE. The resident and non-resident nronrie- tora of the town of Chittenden, In the County of Rutland and State of Vermont, are hereby notified 4hat the taxes assessed by said town within the three years next preceding this date, remain either in whole or in part unpaid on the following described lands in said town, to wit : 27 acres near I. P. Shaws In Mendon, tax S3 cents. Set in the list of 1870 to Wal ter Drown. 120 acres, the Thomas & Gorham lot. Set In the list of 1869 to A. G. Dana's estate. Tax $1.87. 26 acres mountain land deeded to James Eayers, Jr., by Elisha Nichols and wife on the 8th day of October. 1867, tax $L92. Set in the list of 1869,1870 and 1871, to James Eayres, Jr. 100 acres 1st Division of John H. Johnson. Tax S6.56. Set in the list of 1869, 1870 and 1871, to M. E. Knight. 100 acres 1st Division of John Clark and 85 acres 1st Division of James Carpenter. Tax $12.05. Set in the list of 1870 and 1871, to A. H. Knapp. 50 acres, situated between Charles Hew ett's land and land belonging to John F. Clark's estate. Tax $2.58. Set in the list of 1870, to S. S. Longley, deed on record of said land to M. L. Dow. 25 acres, bounded west by Pittsford, east line, south by the highway leading from Slab City (so called) to Pittsford. Tax $8.28. Set in the list ot 1869, 1870 and 1871 to A. S. Ager. 100 acres, original right of Silas Page. 2d Division. Tax $2.69. Set in the list of 1870 and 1871 to Silas Page. 180 acres, 2d Division of Abner Darwin. Tax $4.28. Set in the list of 1869. 1870 and 1871 to Daniel Sagar, 100 acres, original right of John Strong, No. 72, 2d Division. Tax $3.13. Set in the list of 1870 and 1871, to John Strong. 50 acres, 2d Division of Benjamin Ever ist. Tax $1.50. Set in the list of 1870 and 1871 to Benjamin Everist. 227 acres of the 2d, 4th and 5th Divisions of Daniel Collins, No. 30. Tax $8.61. Set in the list of 1869, 1870 and 1871 to Alexas Wells. 64 acres, 4th Division of Thomas Rowley, Jr. Tax $10.50. Set in the list of 1870 and 1871 to V. M. Wright. 98 acres, a part of the 4th Division, David Hubbel. Tax $12.55. Set in the list of 1870 and 1871 to Wright & Bassett. 20 acres, being the same land set off by a decree or court from C. V. Bairdto Jonn Proctor's estate on the first Tuesday in May, AD. 1871. Tax $11 35. Set in the list of 1869, 1870 and 1871 to C. V. Baird. 8 acres, being the same land set off by a decree of court from Z. M. Yaw to Sewell Whitcomb on the first day of June A. D. 1868. Tax $1.37. Set injthe list of 1869 and 1870 to S. S. Whitcomb. 230 acres, 2d Division of Nathaniel fntter, No. 41. Tax $1.70. Set in the list of 1870 to Joseph Halligan. 230 acres, 2d Division of Nathaniel Cutter, No. 41. Tax $1.95. Set in the list of 1871 to Benjamin Ward. 100 acres, 2d Division of Thomas Chitten den, No. 66. Tax $1.53. Set in the list of 1871 to Joseph Crissell. 1,000 acres, called the Hall Pitch. Tax $7.64. Set in the list of 1871 to Hall A Smith. House and lot called the Holbrook House. Tax $3.42. Set in the list of 1871 to Edwin Horton. 1U0 acres, beingthe north half of the Bar ney and Hoard man land. Tax $3.07. Set in the list of 1871 to Lincoln & Bucklin. 100 acres, 2d Division of Samuel Lillev. Tax $1.52, Set in the list of 1871 to George Pond. 100 acres. 2d Division of the original right of Silas Whitney. Tax $4.5. Set in the list of 1871 to Daniel N. Coolidge. 116 acres, bounded south by Mendon, north line, and east by lot No. 58, 2d Divi sion. Tax 83.36. Set in the list of 1871 to H. G. & N. Clark. And so much of said lands will be sold at public auction at Spawn's Store, now occu pied by Clark & Brown, in said Chittenden, on the 26th day of December next at ten o'clock a. m.. as shall be requisite to dis charge said taxes with costs, unless pre viouslv paid. Dated at Chittenden this 16th day of November, A. I). 1872. LEWIS 1. WINSLOW, 48wHw First Constable and Collector. JET GOODS ! Largest Stock, IJest Assortment, Latest Styles, Lowest Prices, In Boston, Wholesale and Retail. A LARGE linh of Millinery and Haiti Ornaments AT WATERMAN & CO.'S, 15 WINTER STREET, ;Cor. Music Hall entrance.) SEND FOR PRICE LIST. Oitk Stork was" &W "Not. Injured by the Great Fire." nov2Sw4 DO AGENTS want absolutely the 'est selling books? Send for circu lar of Vent's L'nnbrida-ed lllus. family Bi ble. Over 1100 pages 10 by 12 in. 2(H) pages BilUo Aids. Ac. Arabesque $6.25. Gilt edge, 1 clasp, $m.25. Full liilt, 2 clasps, 11.00. "Bel den : the White Chief," for winter even ings. wth 1000 ready. "The American Kiirmer's llrn Book. ' the standi". 1000 readv, Eni.ootic Treatments, fto. C. F. Vent, N. V. A Cincinnati. Vent & Goodrich, Chicago. nov28w4 AGENTS WANTED. Address for the most liberal terms ever offered. 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Offlce, No. 5 Morse's Block, opposite Depot RUTLAND, VT. Special attention given to proceedings In Bankruptcy and the trial of causes In the State and Federal Courts. mchMAwtf PETER C. JONES & SON? Dealers in all kinds of Paper. Also, Agents for Smith & Peters' Printers' Card Stock, No. 102 Devonshire street, Boston. aug8d&wly. DR. GEO. H. FOX. Residence, No. 2 Cottage Street. Office in Dr. Lewis' Drug Store, Rutland, Vt. 1an6dtf B. N. LAMPMAN Applies Warren's FELT AND COMPOSITION ROOFING. Materials manufactured by New England Felt Roofing Co., Boston. Also, Lampman's Concrete Pavement. Patent Sand and Coal Sifter. Bights for State or territory for sale. Railroad Bridges whitewashed. Orders by mail will receive Immediate at tention. Residence, No. S Elm street, Rutland, Tt. mayl0dwly N 1 5L& LATEST NBWO. BY TELEGRAPH. From New York. , Niw York, Nov. 27. Emil Andre was, to-day, sentenced to four years In prison for the murder of his wife. The Supreme Court, to-day, issued an order that S. L. M. Barlow be examined relative to the Erie suit against Gould. There were eighteen bids for govern ment gold, to-day, amounting to $2,200, 000, at from 112 to 112.85. One million was sold at 112.66 to 112.85. ' ' Judge "Woodruff, to-day, opened the default, and granted furthertime for the sureties of the defaulter Bailey to pre pare arguments on demurer against their being held to pay for his defalcations. The amount involved is $700,000. The reported flight of Mr. Coleman, and the alleged sale of all his property in this city, is untrue. He left for Eu rope early in October, without any dis guise, and has not held any real estate in connection with ex-Judge Barnard. George H. Leavis, not Lewis, as pre viously published, who was reported as missing, is said, on the authority of Ford & Co., publishers, to be an embez zler and forger to a considerable amount. He is supposed to have gone to Europe. Judge Fancher to-day granted a stay of proceedings in the court of Oyer and Terminer against Gould. It comes in the shape of a motion to show cause why the order of the referee, to take the testimony of "W. A. Travis, should not be passed as improperly granted, and is made returnable Friday next. Augus tus Schell made an affidavit in the same suit to-day, which corresponds in detail with that of Horace F. Clark. The board of trustees of the Atlantic and Great "Western railroad held a meet ing to-day at the office of Mr. Barlow, for the purpose of arriving at a settle ment of the outstanding claim of the for mer claim against the Erie. The claim amounts to upwards of $ 11,000,000, in curred by the former management of Erie. A lease was ordered to be drawn, pending the foreclosure, and a commit tee was appointed to amicably adjust the matter and withdraw it from tbe Ohio courts, where the proceedings have been pending. In case that the differ ence is amicably settled, the foreclosure will not take effect. The general term of the Supreme Court to-day affirmed the judgment in the case of Charles Moore, the emigrant swindler, indicted by the Court of Gen eral Sessions and sentenced to five years imprisonment. J. II. Pierce, of the firm of Kidd, Pierce & Co., says that the defalcation of their cashier, Major Bush, will not amount to a tenth of the sum reported, which was 75,000. The defaulter left the employ of Mr. Pierce nearly a month ago, and his whereabouts is unknown. Police commissioner Henry Smith re signed, to-day, as president of the board on account of ill health, and commis sioner Maniere was chosen in his place. Mr. Stanley has recovered from his illness and is attending a reception of the Geographical Society to-night. The suit in the United States Court, brought by the Wisconsin Fire and Marine Insurance Company, to recover from David Daws and others, advances made by the company on twenty-six thousand bushela of wheat, the advanre having been transferred to A. Smith & Co., who transferred the wheat to the defendants and failed to pay the ad vances upon it made by the plaintiffs, was settled to-day, tbe jury awarding 33,278 to the plaintiffs. The plaintiffs contended that the advances were in the nature of a lien on the wheat, following it until the advances were paid. The defendents claimed that they were liable and contended that a repayment of the advances, made to the second party, could not be enforced by the third party purchasing of the second party in good faith. Senator Sumner met Senator Wilson at the Tribune office, and the two had a friendly chat, Mr.- Sumner entertaining the Vice-President elect with an account of his foreign travels, and impressions received abroad. The meeting is said to have been very cordial. Jay Gould said, to-day, that in 18G6, Vanderbilt held $10,000,000 of Erie stock. I offered to take 50,000 shares from him, if he would hold the balance for 60 days and give me a call. He agreed to do so, but broke his promise. He went on selling the stock from clay to day, and when he had sold, he deliv ered all in one day, hoping to create a panic, under the impression that I M ould not be able to carry my stock". He failed in his purpose and feels sorry about it. It is a pity to sec the Commodore, falling into dotage. George Purser, clerk of the street opening bureau, has resigned, and im portant revelations are forthcoming. Comptroller Green and the superinten dent of the Central Park police are at loggerheads, and the latter has been asked to resign. Another silk factory, in Patterson, failed yesterday, that of E. Walther & Co., manufacturers of ribbons. Liabili ties not known, but said to be very heavy. It is now pretty well established, that George Peoy, the missing Kentuckian, has absconded, probably to South Amer ica, with a considerable sum of money intrusted to him at Louisville to settle New York obligations. Disasters. Halifax, Nov. 27. The schooner Rescue, which was ashore at Port Caledonia, has been got off. The steamship Merlin at North Syd ney from St. Johns, N. F., was nearly wrecked in the gale on the 19th. She lost her sails and some of her crew were injured. The schooner Eliza Jane broke away from the wharf and had her bulwarks stove and jib-boom carried away. The Cunard steamer Delta coming into the harbor ran into the schooner Salina off Trump Cape, smashing her boat, carrying away her main boom and doing other damage. The chief engineer of the Cunard steamship Malta was severely injured by falling into the hold of that vessel. New York, Nov. 27. The brig Isiola, of Castine, from "Wil mington, North Carolina, with naval stores to Boston, put into thii port the night of the 26th and went ashore en the point Sandy Hook. She will be got Off tomorrow. Woman's Suffrage Association. Tkrbs Haute, Wis., Nor. 27. A large meeting of leading citizens of all parties was held last evening for the purpose of organizing a Woman's Suf frage Association. A permanent or ganization was effected with O. J. Smith, President, Judge Scott, Mrs. H. D. Scott, wife of Senator Scott, Mrs. B. Booth, mother of the Governor of Cali fornia, "Vice-Presidents. The movement is very strong here, and includes many of the best and most influential citizens. Destructive Fire in Ohio. Mansfield, Nov. 27. A fire at Londonville, Ohio, last night, destroyed Pell's block and ' the frame drug store adjoining. The principal losers were "Whitney & Games, hard ware ; Lease & Pell, "W. C. Stone, jew ellers ; A. Robinson, druggist ; and the Free Masons and Sons of Temperance lodges. The total loss was $35,000 ; in surance $20,000. ' . North Carolina Senatorial Elec tion. . Raleigh, Nov. 27. The second ballot for United States Senator, to-day, resulted as follows: Vance, 78; Merrimon, 17; Pool, 78. They will vote again to-morrow. Alabama. Montgomery, Nov. 27. The official vote of Grant, in Alabama, is 90,272; Greeley 70,441; O'Conor none. Burglary. Columbus, O., Nov. 27. The dry goods house of Brown & Dunn was entered by burglars last night, and laces and silks to the value of $5000 were carried off. From Scranton. Scbastox, Nv. 27. A strike is in progress among the roll ing mill hands. The horse disease has disappeared, and the mines throughout the coal re gions, after two week's suspension, are again at work. Between five and six o'clock this morning a fire broke out in the attic of the Lackawana Valley House, one of the principal houses in the city. The entire roof was shortly afterwards in flames, the fire extending to the lower 6tories. . The building was destroyed. It originally cos $75,000, and was owned by Jacob Robinson, of Forty-fifth street, letween First and Second avenues, New York. John Galdwin, the lessee, loses heavily in stock and fixtures, but was in sured. Murderous Affray. Portland, Nov. 27. In Cornish, Me., on Saturdaylast, two young men named Daniel French and William Day, had a quarrel with a Rugs ley family, during which Levi Rugsley, the old man, aged seventy-three years, had his skull broken with a crow bar, and he will probably die. His daughter was knocked down, and French was se riously injured by Rugsley's son with a manure fork. French and Day were Itound over in the sura of $1,500. Hanged. Ebexsbcrg, Pa., Nov. 27 Michael Moore was executed to-day in the prison yard for the murder of his wife. She had been separated from him on account of brutal treatment, but was enticed into the woods, where he killed her and made a Don nre over her remains. He persisted in declaring his innocence and made no confession. from Halifax. Halifax, N. S., Nov. 27. Several horses have died here from the distemper, and the street cars have stopped runniDg. The steamer Hector of the Temperly line, from London, thirty days out, bound for Montreal, M-ith a general car go, has arrived here in distress, having experienced a hurricane off New Found land; which swept her decks. She lost foremast and sails and had her bulwarks stove. She will be repaired here lefore proceeding. Fatal Kailroad Collision. Cosnocrox, O., Nov. 27. The express passenger train on the Panhandle railroad, which left Cincin nati last night, ran into the rear of a freight train, near this place, demolish ing the engine and express car of the pas senger train, killing the engineer, Jacob H. Grates, and seriously injuring the fireman. From California. San Feancisco, Nov. 27. The complete official return of the election in this State gives Grant 13,000 majority. Paymaster George L. Meade, of the United States Army, died at the Mare Island navy yard yesterday. The work on the San Diego and San Bernardino railroad is progressing rap idly. The surveyors of the direct line railroad between San Diego and Color ado river reports the route practicable but costly. From Hoston. Boston, Nov. 27. The contributions to the Harvard Col lege fund "now amount to $103,000. Nine bodies have been recovered from the ruins of the fire, and five of them identified. Nineteen bodies, supposed to be buiied in the ruins, are still missing. The furniture manufactory of John Clark, in North Cambridge, was des troyed by fire, this evening. Loss $30, 000. The relief fund, for the benefit of suf ferers by the fire, amounts to $192,535. Xbe Indiana Senatorship. Indianapolis, Nov. 27. In the Indiana Legislature this mor ning an informal vote was had in each House for United States Senator. In the Senate the vote was for O. P. Mor ton, republican, 27 ; for J. D. Williams, democrat, 21 ; and in the nouse for Morton 54 ; for Williams 41. On joint ballot Morton will have a majority of eleven. Sale of a Railroad. New Bedford, Me., Nov. 27. At a meeting of the stockholders of )he New Bedford and Taunton railroad, to-day, it was unanimously voted to sell the road to the Boston, Clinton & Fitch burg Railroad Company, for one million dollars, according to the terms agreed upon by a committee of the board of di rectors of each road. About two-thirds of the stock was represented at the meet lag. From Washington. Was BTF&TO it, Nor. 27. Inspired by Hodge's pardon, friends have been trying to secure the pardon ot three government clerks Mardon, Johnson and Kenbig sentenced for mis appropriating government funds, and now confined in the city jail. At the second meeting of the Mechan ics and Workingmen's National Council, held here last night, all trades and labor interests were represented. - The Coun cil effected a permanent organization, and elected N. E. Redstone president, George Lovelace and R. IL Merrill vice presidents for the ensuing year, and O. C. Boteler secretary. . The .Council will convene every two weeks. Delegates from all mechanical and labor associa tions throughout the United States will be admitted to seats, and entitled to hold them until succeeded by other delegates. Weather Report. ' ! ' Signal Station, ) Washington, Nov. 27. -8 v. v. f ' PBOB ABILITIES. In the Northwest and thence to Illinois the barometer will fall, to-morrow, with southerly winds, warmer and partly clearing weather. Over the entire lake region and thence to the AUeghanies and Tennessee, clear cold weather, and southwesterly to northwesterly winds. In the Gulf and South Atlantic States, high barometer, northerly winds, and generally clear weather. In the Middle and Eastern States, clear, cold weather and southwesterly to . northwesterly wind Chapter of Fatal Accidents. New Yobs, Nov. 27. Three laborers named Ward Foley, Nixon Ralphs and Patrick Conway were instantly killed by tLe premature dis charge of a blast, in 1 17th street, near 7th avenue. Police officer, John Ai strong, and a laborer named 3Iicha' Buckley, were seriously wounded. Springfield, Mass., Nov. 27. Michael Foley, a brakeman, fell xm. a train of dumping cars at West Sp: field, to day, and was killed. An unknown passenger, gejr, or umsaaie itmi, ai iimsaajg tm of a train in motion, at fist pV under the wheels and JftH head being completely crsjdu BosTee"". 27. A slater, named Williacq xwn be longing in Portland, Ma J. from a roof in Baldwin Place, afternoon, and fractured his skulL lie died in a few minutes. Providence, R. L, Nov. 27. Mathew Boyle, a laborer, was fatally hnrt by a railroad train near the depot, this evening. He leaves a wife and five children. Injured by the Cars. Tbot, Nov. 27. Elmer Redfield, a lad ten years of age, was knocked down by the cars in the freight yard of the Troy and Boston railroad company yesterday afternoon. His left arm was badly bruised and D Burton amputated it. The lad will re cover. Collision. ' Norfolk, Va., Nov. 27. The schooner S. S. Bichmore and the steamer Louisiana, hence for Baltimore, collided in Hampton Roads last evening. The schooner lost her bowsprit and nearly all her head gear and the steamer was considerably damaged above the water line. They made temporary re- pans uJ t"ovlw1 morning. From Cincinnati. Cincinnati, Nov. 27. The fourth triennial synod of the Ger man Reformed church in tbe United States assembled, to-night, 200 delegates being present. From JVew Orleans. New Orleans, Nov. 27. The Kellogg-Warmoth case is pro gressing in the court. The Eighth district court to-day dis missed the injunction suit restraining Auditor Stokes from paying interest on the bonds issued to the North Louisiana railroad. Attorney-General Ogden ap peared for the State, the affairs of the office having been turned over to him by his predecessor, Gen. Barton. Tlichlgan. Detroit, Nov. 27. Official returns from this State give Grant 1&5.244 votes ; Greeley, 76,776; O'Conor, 8,652 ; Black, 1,255. From France. . Faris, Nov. 27. A meeting of the Cabinet will be held to-day, for deliberation upon the report of the majority of the committee on the address and the resolution of the minor ity. M. Thiers will attend the sc? sion of the Assembly, to-morrow, when the re port of the majority will come up for consideration. The vote, yesterday, postponing immediate consideration of the report, has served to greatly allay the excitement of the past few days, and many believe the crisis has passed. Paris is quiet, this morning, and dis patches from the Provinces report a cor responding degree of tranquility. The resolution adopted by the minori ty of the committee on address, in reply to M. Thiers' message proposing to the Assembly the nomination of the com mittee to present a bill establishing min isterial responsibility, and embodying necessary constitutional reforms, fixes the number of members of the said committee at thirty, not thirty -live, as stated yesterday. n. V. Ktock and Money market. New York. Kov. 27. The Produce Exchange will be closed to morrow. Wall street was qnlet to-day, the holiday to-morrow deterring many operators from entering into engagements to any large extent. Money, after loaning as big as 1-32 per day, became easy at fe7 per oent with exceptions as low as Sst4 per eent. Sterling exchange dull at 1082108X for long and 108 X 110 for short sight. Gold was dull all day at 112112, clos ing at 112. Loans at 1-64 to flat for use andlj.6 per cent tor carrying. Clearings 962,008,000. Treasury disbursements $194,000. Exports 8131,431 In sliver bonds. Governments Arm at X per cent, higher. State bonds doll and steady. Stocks quiet opened steady, but de clined VV per cent, during the forenoon, but In the afternoon became firm and ad vanced X2X per cent., closing steady at a slight reaction from the highest rates. Pacific Mall was an exception to the rest of the market, tailing during the day from 89 to 73. Tbe chief features of the rise were Wabash and Lake Shore with indica tions that Daniel Drew was giving some body a twist on tbe former. Smith Is re ported to be arranging his differences with Gould directly. Tbe 8 took and (Sold Xxobangea will be closed to-morrow. The folio wutg are the quotations. U. B.Sa81eonp ............lit H- 5,??9.',OOUP UN JJ. LHO'M eons, .., w V. 8. 5-20 coup old. Jlf do new J do 1UH7 J do ldKK New V. R. rire do 10-10 rt g djlo-Uco .p J Currency sixes U5X DeL A Ilud. Canal Canton Consolidated Coal Company JJ Cumberland TjJ Western Union Telegraph TIK Quicksilver. d preferred S Paclfle Mall tj Boston Water Power Adams Express MX WeUs, Far?o A Co lf American M. U. Express 70 X. S. Express ' ST. Y. Cent, and Hudson River 4X Erie MH Erie preferred Harlem H Harlem preferred ....1J Michiiran Central ' Panama --I Union Paclfle Stock Jt Lake Shore A Michigan Southern MJt Illinois Central 1 Cleveland A Pittsburg "X Chicago A Northwestern 834f do preferred........ 80 Cleveland, Columbus A Cincinnati S New Jersey Central l'Sitf Bock Island lf9X Milwaukee A St. Paul M do preferred 73 K Toledo. Wabash A Western 08 X do preferred 7s Fort Wayne V Alton A Terre Haute 15 do preferred 85 Cbfcaaro A Alton 109 do preferred ...................119 Ohio A Mississippi 47 Del. Lack. A West 96 V Boston, Hartford A Erie 8 Columbus, Chicago Ind. Central XStf Chicago, Burlington A Quincy 190 Hannibal A St. Joseph.... itt)( Central Pacific bonds 100 Union Pacific bonds. p71f Land Grants 75 V Incomes : tfi Tennessee's. ',6 Tenn. 0s new Virginia's. 48 Va.Hn new 03 Louisiana 64 Louisiana 6's new 60 Ala. 8s SO do 5's 67 Georgia 6s 70 do new 7's 68 North Carolina 3)f North Carolina 6s new 91 Son th Carolina CO South Carolina 6s new aw Mo. 6s MX New York ITIarkete. v New York. Xot. 97. t'otto." siarKet c lower. &aies 2,427 tie", flimmn crunnus ic. Fiajur The market Is quoted more aa e and shade firmer. Sales 12.650 bhls. ate 85.9(K8i7 SO, Round TToon Ohio. 7.oo 9.Z". Western, S5.90&SS.G5, bout hem 57.13 212.00. Whbat The market opened a shade firmer and closed quiet, with buver retak ing to pay the advance- Saie 221 ono bush. No. 1 Sprinar Sl.tiW3l.6L Xo do S 147S1.63, Winter Bed Wetern 8L633SLC8, White Michigan ?l.7632.05. Const The market Is qnotd In mod. erate request, Sales M.Oumihe's. Steam mer mixed Western, 62 3c, sail do. 631(3 63XC. Oats Market Is qnlet and firm. ales 31.000 bush. New white 52S3c, old West ern mixed 51r5-5Xc Beef Qnlet at $10.003 !3.V. Pork Maraet quiet and firm. New mess i 16.00. Laru Market is lower. 6 team rendered at 7X33. Bcttek Market 'is quiet. Etate, 94 28c. Whiskt The market Is heavy and low er at 93. Rice Market i firm at 7HfrtJ3)f c. Si'oar Tbe Market ldn'L Muscova do 9Xai0e. Peflninr jine. Coffee Market 1st firm Zln MGllfljf. Mola8SE DulL NtoW Oraoi fn 64. Pptrits TukviXtie MuvLct Is du.1 at 62SS2c. Koxiv Market f teaiy. Sales ai 51.CO. PETKfM.EiiM Dull, crude at 14c. He flned27Je. Tmmv Mvkcti weak t Si9. fo Liverpool qu et firm grain per steam. 9i BCSTO.V L.I Vli STOCK 2IARKET, For Week Ending Tuesday, Nov. 26,1872. Reported for the Rutland Herald, IMOt'XT OF STOCK AT WAIEBTOWJT HXEUtT Cattle Sheep Shctr yit FtJTona Ta is week S.ist 6,234 100 9' 16.719 Last week 4.118 12.190 171 80 17 X One year ago 9,772 8,4 J7 100 40 7,31i PRICES, Beef per 100 lbs on total weight of hide, ta'.'ov and dressed meat, extra, 211.26(3 13.00; first quality, f9.75S10.00: second j:iality. SS.O0&SH.50; third quality, S6.003 Sw:.75. A few choice sinarle pairs, kc. lower, oiV.-r pra les c. per lb., $11 50. Western e ittle.live welif lit, choice steer, best, fli'J'f'c; jfood, 7)iac: fair to good. Working oxen. STSSSifW. Handy steers, f 75l0o, or nueh according to their val ue aa beef. Milch cows and calves, from $40 to $78; extra, from -so to 1100; farrow and dry cows, from $1? to S.r0. Yearlings. $73:518: two year olds, $12 $28; three year ids, 825a?45. Fat hos, ftV5Xc . live weight. Shoata, wholesale, 6V'J. Ketail 8c. Shotes retail 53&3c asked. Sheep, Ho- lower; per lb., live welg&t. Sheep and lambs. In lots, S3-&03S3 50 per bead, or .37kc per lb. Fat Hos perlb..5tf5Xc,live wt. Shotea. wholesale. 7c. Ketail J 735c. l'clt SLitfaSLft') each. Veal calve;, S8Sil. Hide, tallow and skins Brighton hides, 9Xc per lb; country hides. '.! ; Brighton ta'!ow.(30'ic; country tallow, 6Ca5Xc. feiieareu 8ueep skins, 20&.?0c each ; lamb skins, $1.00332.50; calf skins, ltfc per lb. Dairy calf skins, 75cc5.il. Lamb fckini, $1 each aliorn, 5oc Pelts, SL25a$l,50eaob. Poultry extra. ICe per lb; prime 153 15Xc ; good. loOtlbXc ; medium, 14 314c j poor to medium. 14c. Prices same as last week. remarks: Something unusual for TbankSKlvlnr week is the arrival of a large supply of northern cattle. One year ajro to-day there was scarcely anything but poultry. On the stock trains tills week there were 1,705 head. Snow In the country und pas ture leed cut IT, poor bav crops, etc., are home of the prime cauen for the lull cup ply. Prices have depreciated kc on choice stock and from ic. on ordinary slim cattle. L. Fowler sold 14 cows at 6c. drcsxed weight ; 40 8k. O. E. Taylor pold 12 oxen to dress, l.utm lb, each, at 10c dressed weight: 2at9c. lre-el weisbt. J. Hull Hold liijht cows, hei'ers and bnils at 6c. dressed weight. J. S. Frye sold 4 jxen to G. Smith at lie. dressed. 1.000 lbs. wclu M. T. bhackett told 35 3-year old hteers at 9Xc. ; 35 sk. and 1,075 lbs. live, go heifers and cows and steers at 6c dress ed weight. The call is quite limited for beep. with 3.1S4 on the marrt, Nearly all the tbeep drovers are hanii mg dressed poultry this week, and tbe irritation is rawn in that channel. Prices on frheep have fallen off nearly Hoc. per lb. Working oxen very dull at 10c per yoke ofl. Live pou try, for best lots 16 2-3c. per lb. M. T. Shacket gold 97 sheep, average 77 lb. at 5Xc. per lb. A.. I. Wood worth sold 6 sheep, average 9 lbs. at $5 per head. Iloston Produce SlarkeU Reported expressly for Thf. Herald by C. C. CHiMBEKU.v A Co, Commission " Merchants, 7a and 61 Faneuil Hall Market, Boston. Tcesdat, Nov. S8, IEtx BUTTER. New York and Vermont Choice snramtr darles 973t80a Fair to good va nA Common 15 80a Western, choice ..97.vJ Do common to good 15320a Bakers 10O15 CHEESE New Tork and Vermont Choice factory, 14Sl&o Medium... I4ai5, Choice dairy I'iCjtlio Ohio factory, good to choice ISSUJfo EGGS Northern and Eastern per doz 84289o BEANS Pea. Choice Eastern band pick'd. 3731,67 fmanrial. HOW TO SPECULATE SUCCESSFULLY RANDAL n. FOOTE & CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS, 70 BROAbWAT, K. T. Members of Stock Exchange and Cold Board, References. Jav Cooke A rv. v. t- . Merhanicn linn Lin it Uuul,it4n. old Banking House or Commercial Agency In New York. . N. B. Pamphlet rrn "WAIT. ,TPrrt AND ITS OrtiiA'ilONS f.ea nr.H. cation. lwlv -EAVEliS MAIMED. At the Mor.a lnock Mi!l, Claremont, S. 11.. Wtili rM .nn..nr a.-. ....... . 1 , found and good wejes paid. A few glii will alio r.nd an opportunity to learn to weave, by appiylug )mril siiy oeiAOJtwisa 9. w. JOHy&W Aaat.