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THE RUTLAND WEEKLY HERALD, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1876.
THE RUTLAND HERALD. THURSDAY, SEPT. 23, 1876 ! ADVERT1SKRU will bear in mind ryu t circuiiuon or Uie Dj,ilif Herald is largely in excess of any other Daily in Ver mont, and that Us circulation in Rutland and its immediate vicinity is doubt i that of any other Daily.- The Weekly Herald has a ftryer list of bona fide paying subscribers than any other Weekly paper in Western Arrival and Departure of Trains. TRAINS AKBIVB AT RUTLAND. x rom Bellows Tails, t9:00 a. m 2:l0 49:15 p. m. " Burlington, 11:00 a. m., 6:30 A 9:55 p. m. Ticonderoga, 11:00 a. m., via O. V. B. R., 11:50p.m. and 9:30 p.m., via K. AS. It It. " Bennington, 1:15 a. m., 11:00, 4:30 A i&iu p, m. " Saratoga 1160 a. m.. A 9 S0p. m. Salem, 11 0j a. m. A 9:00 p. m. T BAINS LEAVt RUTLAND. For Bellows Falls, U.10 & H:43 a. m., A t3:8J p. m. " Burlintrton, 1:20 A tG:00 a.m., 2:05 p.m. A 4:33 p. m. " Ticond.uoga, 4.33 p. m., via O. V. B. II. : 9.30 a. m. and 3:25 p. m. via Ji. A S. It. K. " Bennington, 5:3J a. id., 11:05 a. m., V:V A 10:00 p. ffi. " 8arHt-e. 9:3o a.m. A 3:25 p.m. 9 ii k . 5:3) ft. m., 3:15 p. n. SHa lTrair. t Mixed. Post Office. Udvertued Letters at the Rutland Post Of ice, Rutland County, Vt., or the Week ending Mept. 23d, 1876. LADIES' LIST. Bennett., Mrs Rhoda Caller, Bridget Carpenter, MrsCath erino Campbell, Mrs Eliz abeth (lain, Mls Mary Chirk, Mrs W llokleii, Miss Julia GKNTS Baker, George Bcnnitt, Harvey Booley, Peter Cli Huller, O K Cur' is, Charley C'oUon, V J Cail.uian, V A Cislihin, I'cttT Dodpe, Li V Danver, John Ksie-t, Chillies G'rhani, A T Uralnm.J 1! Haskell, Wm W John-ton, Dr J U When application is made for an. adver Used letter, the applicant must give date of advertisement. If not called for within one moiit h, they will be uent to the Dead Letter OfSce. A. II. TUTTLE, P. M Laclare, Miss Hatta Lavery.MissMary A Mack, Miss Susan Norton, Miss wary Porter, Mrs Clara Puller, Mt-s Eliza Traver, Miss Bell Vincent, Miss Lillie Wood, Miss Carrie K LIST. James, S M Kensington, M L Lamson, J Lains, Wm Lewi , WrnO Marshall. J P Merri j l.lloa IProsp er Nicholson, A P Powers, Charles I'oolin, Chailes I'iehetie, P Hoby, Waltpr Willson, K K Woodward, Peter RUTLAND COUNTY COURT- September Term. I87G. Hon. Hoyt H. Wiikkleb, Chief Judge. Hon C. b. Rcmsey, Assistant Hon. Jacob Kdgeuton, $ Judges. Henky 11. Smith. Clerk. Martin O Evehts, state's Attiriiey. . Wm. M. Field, Sherijf Thomas U. Kobbins, Deputy Clerk. Hpkxcek C. Rodgeks, Court Reporter. Thursday, Sept. 21. lu re Patrick Kelley ; habeas corpus; petition, for release from jail. Judgment that the relator be discharged. George A. Lee, apt., vs. Patrick Dyer. Verdict fcr appellant. Damages $196 and costs. Kendall for appellant, Law rence for defence. Town of Fair Haven vs. Nancy Fisk. This is the la.st civil suit for the jury and will probably be ended this morn ing. J. B. Phelps and Dunton fc Vea zey for plaintiff, R. C. Abell and Prout, Simons & Walker for the defence. Friday, Stpt. 22. Town of Fair Ha-' vmi vs. Nancy Fish ; given to jury at :5.15 p.m. When the court adjourned th.-y had not agreed. The g,rand jury came in with twenty two true bill?, and were discharged. Saturday September 2.3. Town of Fair haven v.-. Nancy Fisb, verdict for the plaintiff, damages $33.14. The criminal docket was called and the following cases disposed of : Alexander Murdoch, spt. ret tiling; not. pros. M. C. Haye?, Arson,- nol pros. L'tuiea Manning, Adultery,' continue.'. W. 1). Lee, Adultery, continued. G. W. rt. Porter, Adultery, nol. pros, Patrick Sullivan, Larceny, nol. pros. II. Fee & John McVeigh, Burglary, Bonds forfeited and paid. ta!e vs. Thomas Ladue, apt. Hta'dir-, continued. tstate vs. Frank Fifch, apt. rctailinf, contiuued. State vs. Mary Mtldcn, apt. keeping, etc., Titl proa. s-'ti-t: .. Mary Mtldorj, spt. retailing, continm d State vv. Alson WJjite, apt. retailing, continued. irtato V3. Cephas Btone, apt." retailing, conlinued. State vs. Edward Hay ward, Assault, plea guilty. Fine one cent and costf, assessed at &15.C0 State vs. Frank Sanders, nol. proa. Slate vs. John 0Neal, apt. two case?, kcep.nff fcc, continued. Monday' 'P1 25. Tb Urst buBinos before the cc111"' was lue afaignment of the following persons, who were indicted by the grand jur'- acd werc also con tioed in jail : John "top, arraigned, for murder, plea not guilt- . Geo- E- Law" rencea-nd Danton & yaey.-were as fcigned by the court as co 'lEBel fo r the respondent. Mr. Lawrence iL.ormetl lDe court that counsel would file -.. sfliJaj'ts for continuance, at the earli-est i"'?86. moment. Wm Kinney and John liarman,'. ' raigned for assault, plea guilty. Jacob Cartridge, arraigned for larce ny, plea not guilty. P. R. Kendall as signed for counsel. O.-car Mercer, larceney, plea ; not tcuilty. W. II. Smith assigned as coun sel. . . Wm. liix, assault, plea not guilty. P. R. Kendall, assigned as counsel. . . , : Daniel Hayden, assault, plea guilty. :v Heniy Fee, assault with . intent ,to Blay, plea not guilty. J. E. Manley and. D. E. Nicholson assigned as counsel. The trial of fcjs case was commenced and all ike testimony heard. ' Opened to the jury ty W. II. fcfmith for: the State, followed by D. E. Nicholson for the re spondent. J. E. Manley will follow this morning for the respondent, and M- Q. Everts will close for the State. - Tuesday, Sept. 26 -State of Vermont vs. Hcnrv Fee, Assault with intent to kill, verdict guilty. Motion in arrest filed.; State of Vermont V3. Jacob Cartridge, larceny, verdict guilty. Elate of Vermont vs. John PatoD, con tinued to Best term. ' " ' State of Vermont vs. Wm. Uix, as sault, is the first case to bo called this morning. Wednesday, Sept. 27. State v. Wrm. Rix, arraigned laBt Saturday for an as Bault, plea not guilty, and whose trial was set for this morning, came icto court and withdrew bis plea jf not guilty and plead guilty. State vs. Henry L. Ballard, arraigned for larceny, plea .not guilty ; on tripl. M O. Eve'r s .iiiJ C ts. k EJtiy lor the State, Geo. M. : Fuller aud N. P. Si mons for the respondent. Local Notesi Gold. 109 7-8. Remember the meeting called for this evening at the Village Hall. The Legislature meets at Montpel isr next Wednesday. The Fair season has "sot in," and bo has the rainy. An Irishman explains a man's pos thumous works as the books he writes after he is dead. This a regular old Centennial eqri noctial. We understand that Gen. W. Y. W. Ripley promises to rebuild the Opera House if the Brandon Scale Works are brought here. Quite a number of Rutland ladies are attending the Women's State Tem perance Convention now in session at Bennington. Comments on these sudden and un certain changes of weather require more dashes than this office affords. Piecing up Centennial bedquilts is just now the fashionable folly among frugal housewives. It takes 999 pieces to make one, and when done they are miracles of ugliness. Sportsmen are especially invited to read the advertisement of Marshall & Cady which appears this morning. They have just received and have on sale at their store, corner Merchants' Row and West street, everything that a "shoot- ist" can desire. The advertisement gives full particulars. We are glad to note the iar.t that the old reliable liouso ot Quuckeiibush fc Co.,' of Troy, N. Yi, have resumed bus iness, They opened : their store again last Monday. We call attention to their half column advertisment this morning. ; ' Anew swindle known as the tele, graph dodge has been quite successful in eome' country towns. A stranger comes to the victim with a bogus mes sage signed ."An old friend," that he wants 1.50 for delivering the message, and which commonly contains a state rnent that the signer will arrive at the nearest depot on the next train and re quests the recipient to pay all charges. The messages are made out on stolen blanks of the regular telegraph compa nies. Mr. E. II. Smith, the agent for the pale of Jamieson, Fausett & Brown's Commentary of the Bib!e, is now in town, and all who desire to purchase a good commentary of the whole Bible, one which is not too voluminous nor ex pensive, but adapted to the wants of the general reader, and at the same time critical enough for the test of scholars, ; would do well to purchase this book. It is highly recommended by the most learned clergymen and scholars of every denomination, nd )3 a favorite with all who have tined it. A few days ago Rev. Mr. Johnson, in a letter in the Hekald, answered the question, What is a good commentary ? a question which clergy. men are often asked, by calling attention to this one and giving n a hearty recommendation. FA1RS- The Brandon Town Fair closes. to-3ay- The Otter Creek Valley Fair conaraen. ces tc-dsy at East WalliDgford. The closing clay of the Addi.on Coun ty Fair is to-day at Middiebury. Last Evening's Concert. The musical ire at Baxter Mnsic Hall last eyenix.g wt;.- very pleasant and entertaining, and our readers will . be glad to hear that others of a. similar character are soo:. to follow. Oae as often as every mouth would form an at- tractive addition to Rutland's entertain ments. Mr. Mietake is very successful in arranging for thee concerts, and un der his leadership a, renewal of life in Rutland musical circles may be expect ed. L'ist. evening's, entertainment was given almost entirely by home talent, Miss Libbift AI. Clark -being the only ex ception. The' 'good' impressions which ebe had al readj' created by her 'singing were strtegthentd last night Wc Lave a'ready. spoken of her sweet voice and artless manner, and in the solo "Quesn of . the Night," her fine vocal qualities xvere fully exhibited. The encores she received wore merited. Miss Eva Horner, with, her rich contralto, was adso a favorite with the audience, and sang -'finely.. The male quartets,' the duets aud a tf'nor solo, all by well known singers, 'need to comment. "Et Iocar natus est," from Mr. Mietzke's Mass w&a well rendered by Mrs. Miet z'le, Miss Horner and Col. Walker, and as f ar ts one' can judge of a work from a single selection, the impression created was most favorable.' ' The quar tet " Charity" was omitted, a bid cold presenting Miss Eastman from taking part. Among Rutland concert goers the Vocal rather than the instrumental pat ta of au entertainment are most , popular. Consequently a Bkillful and careful ren dering of difficult passages in an instru mental piece are received with tarns ap plause. The piano duos by Misses Rip ley and Prout - with Mr; Miet2ki cont'd- futed greatly- to the concert. Misses Klburn : and Wood house" are younger and more timid : players, but their per formances were certainly cot lacking ia merit. The unpleasant weather and the rnt r iiat anotner enter tiiinmenc whb iu4v - given tb 0 e&roe eveatug made the attend Ance enia 1L but the soirees as they are given will increase jo popularity. Passing ntention of the salf-constituted " clapper" w ho -occupied a front eeat, ia not otit of place. A regard for Ite audience aid his own .hands sbouid have made him lesa'denio'nstrative. ' : " ; : .. The programme of the evening is given -:''';'': ',',.'; :.''ivkaGBAMMBi .- ('' . '- --.);; :-; llano iUQMii-Summer yishi's Jjream, . -aienalssohn Miss Jiessle': EJplev find.'Mr. ,Oeore At . - : .Mie'zke - v -' : ;;' ' "Qiiartet'-"erena of the fibine,'? : -Smart Messrs. II. Baxter, H. M. B-ilvr, f M.X- ... . .' vtsana Col. Walker;.'- ' . -Boprano Solo "Queen pf,.theie&t,' ' I 'jUtWLibVto'if. '6ia.ic.ia -.';-.'-.. Piano SolOMelodie,?'. . . Kubistein .... . Miss Louie Kruuru- ' ' ; ' Tenor Solo 'Break, Break,'' - .Marston Mr H. M. Bailey - ' T)Uet-"Conae with Me." Carappna . . . . 1 . . : court. Iltrs M-leizBe iu .miss uun.iw.au , .titralto Solo 'Children's Kingdom." , , , ..;.- . - . Blumnthal fie Kva Horner Piano D6 l 'awsC , Gounod Mis. Mamie Prout nd Mr. Mieizke Duet "Dews of the umKier Nigh V' Buck j Mi3s Klia oloisteftd and Mr; Ji Baxtet; . Ballad. . : ' mips L. M. CUrko : : ' -C;uartet-"nharity,'r TvjeSiii Mrs. Mletzke, Miss Olms'ea'l. Miss iMte m-'t ami "i .ui?fc'le-. iano Solo 'Biuuieulie.1, ' J.a:ige ; Alins niamie Woodhous1 Trio-Bt Incarnatus est," from Mass in G, Mietske Mrs. Mletzke, Miss Horner and Col. Walker Cont Quartet "Evening Song," Kuntze Messrs. Baxter, Badey, Davis and Walker Reform Club Dramatic Enter tainment The dramatic entertainment given at the Town Hall, last evening, by the Rutland Reform Club, was well attend ed, the Hall being about two-thirds full. The play presented was "St. Patrick's Eve, or the Order of the Day," with the following s CAST OF CHAKACTKES: Frederick the Second Mr. Geo Flbbs General Count Gotha Mr Henry Patch Major O'Dogaerty Mr W D Boynton Capt Gustavus Schonfeldt....Mr J W Page Capt Brandt Mr Albert Angier Sergeant Kraut Mr Geo Eaton Joden Mr M Wilcox Biitz Mr J Copplns Doctor Mov. chet Mr WCeppins Francis Baron Trenck.Mr Herbert Atwood Pierre Mr L Miner Catharine Miss Anna Bouthwick Madame Schonfeldt.Miia Surah Anderson Mechi Miss Anna Patch' Mrs BUtz Miss Eliza J Fielders The parts were all fairly sustained, but Messrs. Fibbs and Boynton and Mies Anna Southwick especially excelled in their acting and did credit to themselves. The evening's entertainment closed with an Ethiopian drama, which created a large fund of amusement. The music was furnished by Rielle's orchestra. The Club will seon present another ot these entertainments, we understand, and we trust it will be well patronized, as they are deserving of success. Manufacturing Enterprises In Rutland-Important Meeting To-night. All citizens vbo view with fvor the establishment of Urges ' manufacturing enterprises in our town, are requested to meet at the Village Hall, at half-past seven o'clock this evening, to consult as to the proper means to bring about the desired result. J. W. Chamton, Wm . W. t iv ley, W. (J L.V.N00N, L. G. Kixc.si.ey, J. M. Ft.-TNAM. E. C. Lewis, A. F. Davis, A. S. MAItSHAI.L, A. C. Bates & SoN C. O. Kinsman, A. W. II 1 or. ins, W. B. Mussky, II. A. Sawykk, B. M. Bailky, D. C. Billings, Ben K. Chase, J. J. R. Randall, Wm. P. Cady, John N. Baxter, Hknky Clakk. E. D. Keyes & Co.. Geo. A. Tcttlk, S. B. Pkttejill State News- debt of Burlington ex- in the Cnle- The bondul ceeus $400,000. There are fix prisoners donia county jail. There are '21 prisoners in the Chitten den county jail. The Congregational chnrch at South Hero has just gone into occupation of a new vtftjy. The tt!?er wedding of Mr. and Mrs. II. H. I.vlge of Horthfleld was cele brated Monday evening. The "question box" is made an inter estina: feature of the tem ters' institntts now being held in Vermont. Major Brigham, who was shot by Hayden at Derby Line, has so. far re covered from bis wouuds as to go out. L'wis Mclntyre, a coal dealer and iaundrymaD, of Northampton, :Mass.. pays bis creditors 54 per cent, and mOvts to Bcunuington. The Vermont Novelty Company 'a ma chine shop at Spri airfield wis daraasred $ 100 by fire Monday. Mrs. N B. Sevens, the alleged ".Brad ford incendiary, was c nnmitted to jail at Chelsea, Tuesday. Stephen Whipple of Shaftsbury fin ished his irttb year, a day or two $go, when a C(mpany of attached friends called to congratulate him. The dwelling house and most of the household goods and clothing of Henry Fir well of Bunet were burned Monday e veiiiug ; partly insured. J-i an jjddrcse on "Modern Scientific Tnei 'rifes,:';'' Professor Perkins of the IJn-tversit- of "'rnynf argues that evolu tion : h not . inc-uiFtent with the doc trines of OUrt8tiHoiy. ' ' "" : ' While in a fit u'f josanity, Chlcdler Cobb,-' a Wilcnogton young' -man, en route fcr Minne-ota, fatally shot him self through tbja jitaij a few da.ys since, at Detroit, Mu:q Eugine-er Merrill, who was ii'.Jured Iti the railway collision ; near Montpelier, and had his leg amputated Monday even ing, is more comf of table, and in a fair to recover. . ' ' - .The funeral of .the late Charles W. Bailey, . killed . on Sat a rd ay at . Essex Junction, was largely attended from his late residence at. Mont pelier, Tuesday noon. liev. W. li. Lord, . u.D , 01 Bethany Church, . efrlciated. All the place of burincis were closed during the tanerah- ' ' . . Mabel daughter Of N. 11. Brown Of NoTthfield, on her way to BehOol,. felt and drove a 6late pencil,-' which was in ner pocKet. into her thieti two ana a half inches; hen it broke off. It has beea removed, . but r leaves an . ugly Two citia'ana. of Bello'ws Falls Inter viewed each other in the public .square. on MoiidayV and from words Came to a clinch, resulting in a few brin?, torn Clothes and an expense to. one of tb parties, of f 10 50 paid at the justice's ornce. - ; . , ; . , Michael Mulqueen, of Barlington, died Tuesday, of .dropsy. He was a native of Ireland, for 23 years a resident of Bur lington, and for. some time an active politician,- He; was a member of the present Board of City Assessors. The court at- Montpfelier has adjourned on account of the fair, and the grand jury will hot make their report until Thursday. . The", trint of the jury civil eases were cotnplEteJ yesterday, and the triai of criqiiflal cases will all be taken up On Thursday. .': - Jn the Benniogtoo bond suit with T. W. Park, the seiiCtmen,' who, for some weeks past have been gathering testimo ny,; are satipfi-d ' that. the. aseent to the bonds was not iffhed" by a majority of the tax 8yer;;7-v.V'V:Vr,:ff:-;:'';,. ' The grand jury' for frankliBSieonjity have reported twenty-seven true": -biila of J indictment iaut . of ' thirty-three cases which came before them. Among ; the Bumber of. true.: bills found was one against Tatro, the : Bighgate murderer, the Italian iDcendiary and others. t:.a t Canjp; ah'vojjd, Q. reepepted cWlW of Alontfgiw.T aia formerly sex-' geant-at arms, was runaway witUloa Tuesday morning, and thrown on a pil? of rocks on Middlesex street, receiving injuries on the head from which he will probably die. He was run away with last week and severely injured, by the same horse, which he purchased of gyp sy horse traders. Various fragments of pottery have been found from time to time ia Ver mont. Prof. Perkins of the University of Vermont pronounces them the relics of a race that inhabited the State prior to the Indians. The Republicans of Newbury -will raise a Hayes and Wheeler flag Sept. 30, at 2 o'clock, p. m. Hon. D. C. Denison of Royalton and Orin Gambell, Ecq., of Bradford, will address the meeting. Music by Newbury Cornet Band. The new dam of the woolen mills at Winooski, the best ever built ia Ver mont, is now finished, and at a little past noon, Saturday, the passages at the bot tom of the dam were closed, and half an hour later the Winooski river was pouring over the verge of the new struc ture. Charles Seymour was brought before United States Commissioner Rand, at St. Albans, and put under bonds to the amount of $300, to await the action of the grand jury at the October term of the United States Supreme Court, to be held at Rutland, for breaking seal3 from a car in bond from Canada. In the Chittenden County Court at Burlington, the case of Thomas J. Coon vs. Francis LeClair was given to the jury Friday evening, and after being out all night they failed to aifree, staDd-, ingnineto three in fivor of the plaintiff.' The action w as brought on a promissory; note, and tha defense was that E. C. LHClair,' son of . the defendant, forged his father's signature. Asa Magoon, the alleged murderer of Streeter, seemed considerably disturbed at the presence of the grand jury in the Montpelier jail last week. He walked the room to and fro, and repeated : "I came in i-ere an innocent, praying man, and I shall go from here an innocent, praying man." His case has already been heard by the jury, who havo found a true bill, it is said, which will be re ported tomorrow. The third annual fair of the Orleans Fair Ground Company opened at Barton Tuesday. The number of people in at tendance was hardly tip to tbe average, of years past for the first day, because of the rain, while the number of en triessix hundred exceeds last year by two hundred. There was a large aud fine fhow of horses, colts and cattle, a lair show of theep, a small exhibit of swine, of fruit, butter, cheese, etc. A Middlebury family has a servant girl who is blessed with a large and va ried assortment of cousins. A short time ago the family planned to go away for a few days, leaving the faithful girl in charge. But when the day came they found themselves unable to start and postponed their visit. On tbe afternoon of that day the "cousins" began to be frtquent, all armed with bags, baskets, paijsand other miscellaneous receptacles. They seemed much disconcerted at find ing the family at home, and after a short consultation over the door yard fence they departed with receptacles as empty as they came. The affairs of the Springriald Indus trial Works Company are getting to be decidedly mixed. Their accounts aud the proceeds of the sale on the 22J inst. are in the hands of the assignee for the benefit of the creditors, while the un earned premiums of their insurance are held by the imtni, u oder a Irunt.-e. Buit by one of the creditors.and certain others of the creditors have attached and re moved certain furniture and oMier house hold goods which wre c'aiund by the company under ths homesU-aJ exjui. t ion law.-- These and other things in eoD'K-c ion with ' the settlement vt Hi estate cause considerable excitement, ami it 18 a question whether the concern will bo able. to tilt ct a fiua! eettleuicut with out taking advantage of the bmkrupt law. The 34 :u anuiul t-.ir of the Windsor C urity Agricultural Society -opjaed at Woodstock Tuesday . and at -; an pr- dtice earn ? ia AYith a rush -.The -mriv!., wtjK'h Lumber ab.au 1,390.. form' tbe krgst xtiibSiion pjvtn' tlx-re lor years. In v.n tie the ' eutrie number" over 250, and ih show -,- working oxen is fine The tejWfcs of JVnifrct and JbrtUud each's'how' a tou ttt-atii 21) ; yykeu for a premium, of 5r0. Over yoO fdieep of ll grades are entered. A fine herd of South Downs' is exhibited by IToh. F. Billing!! of Woodstock, attracting special atten tion. Of horses, including those entered Tor the purses, tbe number exct eos ;;;)0, The show of swine and poultry is equally guoo, -especially me latter. (ite jtfe ?lr ilfttiti.,? xaylot k Said, ' So, when tie Kentucky '. C'ish Distri -Iwtioi C-'mo-iny .ws njan-''z-d, the City Oouiie'U bl Frankfort., Ivy ; fatd, give us yiHir bond for hif a million 'dollars to bci 'er prott ct the ovji-ers ot'.. the jirizc tickets, when ilrH)HJ - w rhnde. Ih-e As-jot-Htkm promptly compiii'd with the dem tiKi aud t x.i coteu an.approveo bond. See their adverti-eemi'-nt iu another col umn It informs you how to secure hands' wn? .'sum of money by an outlwy of only SI 3 I he enterprise is endorsed by Koqie of Kentucky's high ellinials of public trust, which is a guaranty of the reliability or the euterpriZ'S. lx-Uov. Thos. P.. Porter is the General Manager, ,OCAf,'.JBtJi ma ArO Ti VMS . It is quite a mistake to imagine that Briaht's Disease, Kidney, Bladder and Glandular Affections, Gravel, Dropsy, Diabetes,' Urinary Complaints and Fe male Irregularities, cannot, be thorough ly cured. ; II rs Remedy cures these Diseases. ; JcsTS Remedy possesses curative properties not found in any other medicine. Tbe Reliable Hair Store. : .. Headquarters for real hair switches, puff j, curls, frfczes, ladies' bands, wigs, invisible crloip,. Largest stock and lowi-'&t prict-e. Hair combings made into switches for 50 cents per ounce. Faded switches colored to look as good aa new. Remember this is the only place this side of the cities where you can get first class work and first quality goods. All work warranted to stand the severest test. All orders sent by mail will re ceive prompt attention. Mks. G. T. Loop, Center Street, Rutland, (up stairs) over Townsend's Furniture Store. Important to Pemoui Visiting New York or tlie Centennial. ' The Grand Union Hotel, New York, opposite the Grand Central Depot, has over 350 elegantly furnished roomf. Elevator, steam and all improvements. European plan. Carriage hire is saved, as baggage is taken to and from the de pot free. The restaurants supplied with the best. Guests can live better with less money at the Grand Union than at any other first class hotel. Stages and cars pass the hotel constantly to all parts of the city, and to Philadelphia Depot. 7wly .Trust ran t e2rd.a Hardens addiaviaof ates the 'gums, ouri- fies and perfumes the; -breathV' cleanses, beautifies and : preserves i the teeth from youth to old age. - Sold by all druggists. Dr.. Von Moschzisker, the celebrated specialibt, has betm'.iuuoced to iviaee-hjl remedies hponjthe' public 'ni'ar'k'etT..'1 Tri.u cii Penii hag a lull line othelMoctor'a i ycmdd4C; J Over 86,000 Organs. We did not mean to boast when we said that Mason & Hamlin had made anp sold over 86,000 Organs. We sim ply said it that people might know what Organ leads the world. Talk is cheap, but facts are worth something. It is a fact that the M. & H. Organ is the best made Organ in existence ; it is a fact that the M. & H. Organ has the best musical qualities of any Organ made ; it is a fact that the M. & H. Organ is the best Organ made all of which have been proved time after time by the best judges in this and the old countries, awarding them the highest medals of honor over all competitors. You can buy these Organs for $3, $ 4, $5 and $ 6 per month, or rent them till the rent pays for them. E. H. Wood, Gen. Agent, Rutland, Vt. Tbe machine Warn Worn Out. Why ? Not because it was not well built, but it was wrongly run. Thou sands of men who have run down long before their threescore and ten years are accomplished, might have been re newed into sprightliness and vim if they had tried the well known Peruvian Syrup, which contains among its com pounds the protoxide of iron, so com bined that it assimilates with the blood and invigorates the whole system. This syrup has proved efficacious in thoc sands of cases, and will do everybody good who uses it. All druggists keep it. J. Estey & Co. have made and sold nearly 40,000 Cottage Organs in the last four years. Another maker boasta of having made 86,000 in the last thirty years. Which ehows the greatest pres ent popularity ? Estey Organs for the centennial year are all new styles and new prices, and tho best of terms. Address, Geo. Q. Day, Rutland, Vt. He came home one night with a torn ooat, which she kindly undertook to mend, but when the turned It upside down eo that a letter and a " Domestic Fashion" of a new overskirt, which she had given him to mail to her mother some two weeks before, tumbled out of one of the pockets, it waa so lively there for the next ten minutes that his first move in the morning was in tho direction ot a wig store, to the proprietor of Inch he gravtly cxpataol tbat floae applica tion tha Btndy of the Foreign Policy ot tbe Khedive Of Egypt had done it. We have given Adamson's Balsam a thorough trial, and have no hesitation in recommending it to our readers as a safe and efficacious remedy for coughs aud colds. Price 8 cts. Bd. Kendall's Mills Chronicle. Fire lukiirupce. John Cain, Agent of theJVermont Mu tual and other Companies. Adamson'- Botanic Bt-?am contains no opium, calomel or mineral substance whatever. Warranted ta cure. 35 and 75 cents per bottle. RUSSELL In Rutland. Sept. f.3A, & son to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. KusseU. a l'INNEY-LlNE-In Hartford, Vt.,Aug. 2Jd, by Itw. U. Ingeisoll MrUnt.Mr Wal lace W. P.nney of Hartford, and Ml-S tlU M. Lane of Racine, Wis. TUBBi-CAl'KON-In Wallingford, t till Congregation nl pafsonagc, by Itev. Aidace Walker, fcept '!(, Mr. Isaac D.Tubhs of Tinmou'h an Mrs Ai.iauda, D. Capron, of Granville, N. Y. NICHOLS -In Hockport. Mass., at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Charles OKrs, on tlm 1-ith Inst.. Daniel Nichols, aseil to year, 1 iiiom. and V'S clays. hV Mil'S In Salisbury, feept. U. Sarah Franc", wile of A. M Evtits, aged 42 yeais. 5 mos. and l." days TlTCS-ln Clirletown. Mass.. Sept. 10. Alden VV. Titu, formerly of Vermont, t-ged 5 years. si EVKK-In Middletown, Au. CO, in f.mt son of Jsiacaud Emily i. Stivers, i i 5 iuw. and 4 day. IVlI.t AKD In Middletown Sept 31, at ttiw leitdtnct! of her si-ier, Mrs Kniilv U Meev. .Vrs iMnrlon J. Wiliard. wite of C. I. Wizard, end da.ugliter of Darius &.i.d Delanu ll. Lnldell, at'et -U years. oANDLI-il lu KutUn 1. hept. 11, Caa Helt, (tHUhtei' at Mr. Alpheus K. Citnd lisii, nged i yc.i m, ; mrnms and 5 days. I'UOY CONFERKNCE ACAD- t'IY. POULTS EY, VT. ev. i A tit h K - O VDY. A. M-, Plinci p'O. I.uc" J tiider, lady Piinclpal. Fall 'Per u gin vtiar it. 3i. riicr ugh Ooimiierei U. Ui.is-l3.-it and Academic t m- chi ulO'uc or .information, addresb :hi Prltjoi.HtJ as Atiove. Jyl-'dAwim ;TATS NORMAL SCHOOL, C STI.KTO v", VT, W-at.iij . . UrtWiKD, -Principal.-Fall T r n c,')initiii064 .vug &l. Spi tng term, Feb. S. 1 1 1 1 tt r I -H'l V K r U K ffi SO :H)L USHl P!. Address tht Principtl. jylSil.wtf gTATB ' NUKMAL SCHOOL, RAVlM.PH. .VKIiMMNT. Aittii, K I.MVLSWOKH. I'mieipal, as-d.-r'd it)-v iimr espeiitm; i teachr-r, who ire !?i-av j.tk-s from tk; Noi iaai ,;hools of - Uiv-f--. The mod., school t a new 'Hi.iiii- -'all tena opens fo-mil Tuesday '.-h..'- !tihjr lrm, swcoiKt Tr.-day i - '"; . . jy IM v !.v jRENCH AND IN Alt V FOR YOUNG ENGLISH SEM- LADIES. at Bertb-ier, wlil reoieu on Wednesday, oep-t ti'n, 137 S i es-ions in French atone to advanced pupils, if desired. Terms Board and Tuition, $100 Uotd) per annum, tor circulars please apply to Madura. P. A. UUKMENTd, Berthier (en haul), P. Q. - Keierenees-Principat Dawson. LL. I)., Montreal ; li. G lienor, Toronto ; Hoy. . B. Pettengill, Ka-Uand, Vt. j Hon. Ohas. Bar rel t, Ui-ajtton, Vt. sep7didaw&wim A. POND, M. D. . (Graduate of Medical Department Harvard University, Member of Society tor the Advancement or cience.l Booms in Bafter'a Blocit, No. 9 Center street (no stairs) Ofllee hours : 8 to 9 II to 12 noon. 2 to 3 7 to 8 p. m. N. B.-H messages after 9 o'clock p. m. must b lelt at residence. No. 114 Main street. my24daw JJAIJAVVAY & WOOD, Manufacturers of ftH kinds of '. YV1XDOW cosicKs; windov StliKBS? AKD PICTURE - PBAMES. - Dealers in Oil PaintiiiErs. Chromo- and other Pictuies. Picture Cord ajid Kiobs or an Kinds. mo. ou Ue mer St., opp. Pafffe lloiike. KUTLAND, VT. LATEST NEWS. BY TELEGRAPH. a Weather Report. Signal Station, V ABHIN8T0N, i3ept. 28 1 1 U PKOBABILITlBo. For New England, rising barometer and westerly winds, cooler and partly cloudy weather. From New York. New York, Sept. 27. THE HELL GATE EXPLOSION RESULT OF AN EXAMINATION BY DIVERS. Home divers, who went down in the water at Hell Gate this forenoon, ascer tained that the blast accomplished near ly all that was desired. Small portions of Hallet's reef era left standing, but the explosion may be regarded as a great success. Gen. Newton said to-day that the removal of Flood rock, which covered seven acres, could be accom plished within two years' time. One hundred thousand pounds of explosives will be required to destroy Flood rock. VOTE OF THANKS TO GEN. NEWTON. The pilot ; commissioners, yesterday, voted thanks to General Newton for his successful engineering at Hell Gate. A complimentary reception will be tendered the general at Gilmore's next Monday night. THE OOAL BALE LOWEtt PBiOES. The Delaware, Lackawanna and Western railroad company sold 100,000 tons of Scrantcn coal to-day. The at tendance was large, and tho prices were below those of Wednesday last. The lots sold with the prices they brought were as follows : 8,000 tons steamboat, f 2.87a2 92i ; 25,000 tons grate, $2.97J; 15,000 tons egg, f3.15$3.00; 40,000 tons stove, f 3.90$4 ; 12,000 tonsjehest nut, f,3.20$3 32. This coal is deliv erable at Hoboken during the present month. ANOTHER 6UAKY BANK Saturday depositors in the New Am sterdam savirjgs bauk at the corner of Bowery and Rivincton street, were in formed orally that 60 days' notice would thereafter be required when they want ed their deposits. No public notice to tha effect was issued, but tbe depositors were severally informed by word of mouth If they approached the bank. The bank expects to meet all claims, but the furnus are not presently availa ble, wherefore the bank fell back on the 60 day piivilege. Proctor Knott Renominated. Locisville, Sept. 27. The Democrats of the Fourth Ken tucky District to day unanimously re nominated Proctor Knott for Congress . A New Story of the Custer Fight. Coetenne, Sept. 27. The Standing Itock Indians have sur rjndered six mules and a number of American horses in addition to those surrendered by Kill Eagle. Kill Eagle says a son of Ink Paduty killed Custer. He rushed upon him, threw Custer's gun up and stabbed him in the breast aujj pastel n and returning shot him throusih the head. Lieut. Harrington with 20 rueu escaped e me six miles, but were finally chased into an alkali bed and 6hot down. None were captured. One man, a soldier who spoke Sioux, surrendered and passed the Indians his gui and revolvtr, but they 6hot him with hn own gua. Sitting Bull re proved them severely for this. The Indian Campaign. Cheyenne, Sept. 27. Col. Sunton and Major Randall have arrived lu re. The litter is to join the movement from Ft. Fetterman, in com mand of 100 Pawnees. Stanton will pay off the Foldiers in this department. Gn. Crook is at Fort Laranr.e organiz ing a new campaign agiiust the Indians and wilt t-ot leave for the field until the work is thrroughty orgwzxl. A sup ply depot his bem established at old Fort Heuo. New clothing and equip raents are being furnish! the late expe dition at Custer City. CROOK S fAI.L CAMPAIGN AOAIS3T TOE INDIANS. Gcu. Crook remains at Fort Liramie organizing a new campaign again9t the Indians. He will not leave the field until the work h done. Fre-h troops consisting of the fourth ravilry under Gen. Mackerzie and infantry under Cspt Pollock .'will be pat in the field at once. A depot of supply will be established at old Fort Reno. The troops of the recent expedition are now at Custer City under tbe com mand of Gen. Merrut and will wait for new supplies of clothing and equipmen'a there. Lieut. Von Len taitz of the third cav;!Fy and one or two others, who were bally wounded were left at Crook City in the Black Hills, with medical aid and will come ou as soon as thev can bear removal. The cavalry horses are much worn, and many of them were eaten. At least 500 fresh horses will b i re qii red. J E. MANLEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Notary. I'ublic, and Iife aud. Fire Insurance Agent. Office in Central Hall Building, WEST RUTLAND, VT. New England Farmer. LEADING AGRICULTURAL NEWS PAPER. It EDUCTION We will OF 11 ATI 8 X $3.15 send tho FAEMEK. ens. year, postage paid, for , ( Trial subscription for on'o qda'rteM'three months, for 5 Cents. Money must accompany all orders, at above rates. Send stamp for specimen. SfPtWweoVttV-;)'' ' i i V-;r.B-as,iOM, ALasS. .'.V Stiitii-mY&-f,Jii- .'.' -;''' ' 1 ''''-'' 100 FOR CiDIR KARiiJSLS SALE, At FRANCIS FENH'S. The Silver Commission. . ' ' : New York, Sept. 87. Senator Jones' silver commission have advanced another step In their labors. The three experts authorized by the act creatine tbe commission have been the bone of contention. ' These gentlemen will have the same voice in framing the report of the commission as the respec tive members , appointed by congress. Much outside pressure was brought to bear in the selection of these gentlemen. The commission recognized the right of the sea ports to be represented, and also that of the valley of the Mississippi With thi3 view they have selected Mr. Nourso of BoetOQ for the east Ca gold man,) Gen. Dix ot New York for the Middle Stales (a fcilver mo, and Mr. Groesbcck for the west and ' south (also a silver man.) By the Cable. gold coin RKitusrso. . Londo.n, Sept. 37. The Financier says TJO.OOO worth of American eagles were purchased yes terday from the bank of England, at 73 shillings 5 pence ptr croaoe; for trans portation to Nev York.; Further re mittances are expected because ship ments of wheat and cotton from Amer ica are large;-and ; the absorption of the nsw united; Btates funded loan in ho rvpe.isr steadily increasing. ... tjiPEROR WILLIAM SPEAKS DOPEFCLLT. . . Berlin, Sept. 27. . The Emperor William in addressing a deputation on the eastern question at Stu'tgart today, 6aid a basis now ap pear to have been found for the policy of the great powers which we may faia hope will lead to a very satisfactory result. 11250,500. The 6teamship Algeria brings 250, 000 from Liverpool. ARRIVED. The steamship London from Havre. Yellow Fever. Savannah, Sept. 27. Yellow fever intermeats to-day twer-ty-two. THE FEVER AT CHARLESTON. ' New Yore, Sept. 27. Private dispatches from Charleston, S. C, thow that city to be in a dread ful condition. One just received says the disease is everywhere epreading around us. At Sullivan Island and Mount Pleasarit deaths are constant The nephew of a wealthy merchant, Geo. W. Williams died Monday. The wife and one child of TJ. S. District At torney Corbin ia dead. The passengers for New York are are quarentined for twenty days. From Washington. Washington, Sept. 26. THE SAFE BURGLARY CASE, The testimony for Babcock beiDg closed District Attorney Wells, for the prosecution, made a speech occupying three hours. To morrow the final argu guments for the defence and prosecution will be made. Tweed En Route for Home Spanish Indignation. New York, Sept. 27. A dispatch from Vigo, Spain, an nounces that Tweed was last night marched through the most unfrequented streets of the town to the pier and taken on board the Franklin. The citizens of Vigo are indignant at the Spanish au thorities for surrendering him. 13 IT TWEED AFTER ALL? A dispatch from Vigo, Spain, say3 : Tweed offered very little objection to hi9 removal, probably because he thought it would be useless. He was treated with every consideration, and tbe quarters of Rear Admiral Case were assigned to him. Tweed's companion, who gave his name as William Hunt, and who has been a prisoner with him, was taken on board the Franklin, bet was almost immediately set at liberty in dress and appearance he looks like a mechanic. He was very reticent, re fusing to give the history of their wan derings, and still maintains that his friend Secor is not Wlliiani M. Tweed. The Union League Washington, Sept, 27. A rueetiug of the National Executive Committee of the Union league of America will be held at the Astor House,' New York, Tuesday, October 3. N. Y. Stock and Money Market. New York, Sept, 27. Money c.cted easy at X2 per cent. Prime mercantile paper at 4t Sterling qaiet at isifet&lH. r-oi ' iJi Gold opened at HO.advaneed to 110X,ana declined at the close to lf'J3. Clearings 8l5.i'.2,M. ('ustoin receipt 1375,000. . Treasury ci-liurseiuents t23,0CO. Govei imieiiti. t-teudy. !tate ! ii nominal. Bailroitd b"iut irregular Mocks opened to higher, and after a furtber advance, of 5i in sew York Cen tral and Lake chore the market Jell oil a to 3 percent, the latter Northwester- common. During tbe last hour the mar ket was strong an l puces advanced J f. -oiu cio.eu at Ji'i. Money ottered at 233 percent. Governments dull ana lower, fctate bonds nominal. Stocks active, unsettled and some ' bet ter. Koilnvv in- are the quotations: v. . i, 'si reg C S. : VI .up. ............. .. U. -. :'-itty 6 i old ,!. w lsue... ............. lo l.7 do. i-S U. S. II W .. l't-i: ..;g , ItM' j ji- i , ex.... ........... Carn' .. Deluw .1 :! Hudson...... "HllUlli (Jtiioli'i-o Coal irnberl" n Wester' Vn'ov- Telegraph........ Quicksilver -Paeihc N1nu Adam 'ixpru-. ..... Well. Fir, jt Co Amer-i-an M. C. Kprc-i.. .. U. s. hipres, New York -ent.al . Jlud. Kiv-i trie do. preferred Harlem do. prcleire-i Michtg-iu Central l'iin:im:i.. Uioi PuciiW: stock ex-div Luke Shore Mich, fontnern.... Illinois Went rai... (Ueveland PiUshurg Ch'-eago A North western do. Irefeii-.1 ., Cl.vemiid Col. ;incinnati New jersey OiiiihI UliiCHtro A liock Island Mil. & St. P;inl do. preferred ex-div Fort Wayne , Ctt'cagoA Alton do. preferred. Ohio k, Mi-is;sippi Ilnlawaiv, Lack. Jt Western..... Chicago. Burlington A Quincy. Central I'acirJc bonds , Union i'aeifU bonds tCxf-ty-in- 'ong.. ................ lo. sho t ................... 117 "e-.V 113 ......U.i, lli ......115 t 114'. I1H H5i I.''-1, ey H 31 :ir ...... C9X li ,'--? 15 "'-Hi MV ex.. in l.) 131X 1 to 11$ 61 5.'; K bl 3J.V 53 'h H3 2 r.sJi j(ii ......... iilH Ks n?i .. 74 .114 ..U ..llV ..4c3 New York Produce Market. Nkw Yoke. Sepu 7. rtouK Dull and 5 cts. lower. Receipts were 17.8J6 bois. Sales were 12 SOo bbls at for No. 1 at S3OJ4.0J; 14.2034.80 for superhne western aud State: I5.uo35.l0 ioi common to goon extra western ana Mate : ts.ia&i.ao tor tcooa to choice ex tra vvestern ana State; t5.K(g-i.5(J tor common tocnoice wnite wlieat Western extra; 86.55 3 7 75 for fanevdo.: 85.05ffl. for common to good extra Ohio; S5.ioS.50 lor common to cnou-e extra at. Louis patent Minnesota extra good to prime at. iwwMa.u": cuoice w aoume extra at 88.06(39.50. Market closing dull and In buyers favor. ft vis Fmok Firm at $4.803.30 for super- ii ne. Corh Meal Steady and unchanged Western, Jersey and Pennsylvania at eranaywine at .2j.rf3.sjo. W h bat Heavy, rather easier and mod erate Inquiry. lteeeip'8 45,376 bush, bales 5o,ohi busn. ati ior interior new spring; l.07forold winter red western in store ; :.;uiur ur. wmuj siaue j ior extra new amber inuiaoa; 1 1.2s ror new white Michigan; for small lots new No. 1 Milwaukee. Kvic Dull and heavy: western at 70a 7c: Jersey, Pennsylvania and btat at bO itic; l.ooo Dusn. western at 7oc. Baklkt Dull and unchanged at 62a Sttl for 4 and 6-rowed State ; l,ooo buh. 4-row-ed etaie at 82c. HAKl.tr MALT Quiet and unchlne-ed ; sales '2,000 bu-ih. of 2-rowed btate at s.c to arrive. U)k-lullya xo lower and moderatu trad?. Receipts 12,714 i,ush. Sales I52.0t0 bush. at57Xcforgradd and ungraded steamer mixed ; 6!c for gradt-d No. 1 : bl(at 6io for ungraded western mixed; &7v4t 6o for sail mixed ; C9G0c for yellow Western ; ior uo souiueiB. -it-tower for mainlv common &nd inferior parcels. Keoeipts 5.;,j50 bash, faies t;AO buan. at 32i0c for mixed Western and Mate; 3tifeUc for white do; including New York No. i 3ig;i; Xo. S do white utiS.ic4o; mixed western at 3.")llc; white weawra 3eg54o ; white Michlran. on track, 52c ; mixed fetie, on track, at &a 4 Jo; white do, on track, at doc hay uncnangea at c ior shipping-. Hoes Quitt and unchanged at. iuTwi. for yearliuxs ; 25ft;jc for new Ka.i- 25!83j tor uew crop New York lUto. - ' ooFKKB-liio very firm at 15(gl9Vc. gold, for cargoes; 155iM2oc gold, tor job lots. - 8ooab Stead v and 9o for fair to good refining ; ijc for prime. Molasmcb mal unchanged at Ui5.')c for pato ; 4o4oc lor English Island; 45-56c fur Kick l irni and fair demand. PETROLKOM Uulet 133,000 lbs at tc for faTr u pT uae. too 8 nn hi n;a 7 . rlvaaia; 332Xo ror western. POK Mor steadv? ml.. .. CUT la,Al'H-VA.fn .!.. ... ' Arm ; city lonjr cle"r Tt ' ,nl,m,,haae flrmer5 Prime steam at Cheese Steadier at 6312c for common to prime. a Ml i-.is Linseed quiet. Wuisar Steady at L11. BOVrO.K LIVE STOCK l-IAUKIM' For Week ending Tuesday, Sept. 2tf,l,t. Reported by Telegraph for the Rutland Herald. m AMOUNT OF STOCK AT EKIOHTON AMD WATKKTOWX MAJt&JCT. - CaUleHheevShoalrtHnit Vtt This week 4,44 J sJi2 H,lu9 Last week.... 4,MJi 7,4J YC, s.ill si One year ago 4W lo,tl 2xi s.ooj 75 raicss. Beef, per 100 lbs on total weight ol hide tallow and meat, extra. $7.x'S7to first quality, fti.25G.7i ; second qual ity, 1 5.5oac.oo ; third quality, 15 0 55 2-j, a few choice single pairs, at 7.73; 2??3L tne Poorest bulls, etc at 14.50; working Oxen, flS0S2'P; Handy bteers, tt7(g!l25, or much according to their value for beef. Cows and young calves, fair quality, from J30 to 150: extra, fjso; larrow and dry cows, from 20to f Stores, thia young cattle for farmer", yearlings, $10322; two year olds, fliQ $32; threeyearolds,$2o3ti0. Sheep per lb. live wt., at 834c; extra 4X05XC. Sheep and lambs per head, m lots at$1.5Kt.2",. Lambs, 4kc per lb. at hfcgs per lb, at 7 Wc. live weight. Shoteti, wnole-ale, at c31oc, Veai cslves, $5.037.5J. Hides.tallowandskins Brighton hides, 6c per lb: country lots, 5atj; calf skins, 10311c; tallow, Brighton, to per lb; country lots, 5c per iu.; pelts, 5oc each. KEXABKS. The supplv runs very evenly the patt two weeks, it being about what Is req air ed. The prices are kept t-teady except ou lower gradesjfor which there is not an ex tra call. Tho demand in and around the city for meats is increasing, which call a generous trade for good cattle. Hatha way A Swift sold 9 steel f to it. Ho.' met and b30 lbs. at 6a. Blive sol i 7 steers toAlr. swift, 9,110 lbs. at 4Xc; another lot of nine bead at same price dead weght, i7 steers to lilrd it Co. 25,800 lbs. at 5 5-6, steer to C. D. Kimball A Co. 52J.910 lbs, at 5.51, M. J, Shacktttt acid IS steers to Samp-on 4 Hollis, to aress from Suo to &at c, 1. W. Smaller cattle to dress fiom 550 to ' lbs. at 5ff.6c, dressed weight, L. M. linker sold 4 etags to dress J0 lus. each for JUKI a pair, 1 fat cow to dres too at 5c John Guiman sold 5 yearling bulls at $11 50 each, 3 two year olds at SS5 each. Prices ou sheep and lambs aie substantially the same as at last market, the. market lull ir as active wtth fair qua'.ity on gal. The market felt tbeloss ofC. W. Uailey, who has for many years been in the business. D. P-IFulier soid.125 lambs av cs lbs at ix: . D. Moore sold 127 iambi av (Ji lbs. at 5 5.sc. A. W illiamson sold 80 sheep 5,.V;o lbs, at 4c Wm. W'ellsfeold 128 limbs av 71 lbs. at 5',e. C. 8. Wallace sold 15-J limbs av 05 lbs. ut 5c. Poultry at unchanged rates, 15c for chickens, aud 13 cts. for mixed lot.r cl'fow 1 ana lurkeys onjy. A few pairs oi working oxen required. Boston Produce Market Reported expressly for Thk II krild ly C. C. CHAM be kl. isr & Co.Coui rr.ision Merchants, 7a i.nd 81 Paneuil Hall Market, lioaton Tcksdat. Sept. 1", lt7i. liCTTEIi New York and Vermont Pine Pall, per lb, rt?2"4c Choice, per lb...... ica-'iic Pair to Good 2."w2bc Common 21321c Western Choice dairy packed C032S3 Pair to good 2 02fc Common...... .Jt31-c CL ELSE. Vermont Choice factory per lb 12 Pair to good S 311.- Western- Choice factory... 11312 3io Northern Western P. E. Island... .. Pair to Kood S Common 7 KGGS. Eastern per doz :i 2t 3 -) , LKANS. Pea.ChoiceNorth'rn handpitk'd.l.7"31.7 OMUNS. Native, per bbl .'.02I 2: POTATOES. Early Koe C5 (g73 Gil Cull 620 (11 F OR SALE OR TO LEASE. WHEELWRIGHT AVO PAINT SHOP IN POKT UtNUV, N. . A flnfl opening for 1 good mc-eh'.nic, as it is tbe only place -f the kind in town. Por price, Ac, addr - OliAS. II. POOTE, fM pftHwAwlw 1'ort Henry, N. Y. ESTS Wonie for the Omcnnial G aze tt e er unite ot"t ate showing tbe grand r oults f our t'. rt I OO yers. fe. very body buys it, anr ateiii-t matte from $100 10 s2 w a month. Alti K-r 1 ii new hlatorical work. Our Western Border ,:v,ecand- prartbic history of A nerican pio iec-rlne IOO YEARS ACO-its ihnli.ng con flicts of redandwhi'e foe", exci'oig ad venturen, captiviti, forays, scouts pio neer women and boys Inuiau war paths, cimp lie and pon. tnoimo is .ale.u. P-xtra terms. Illu-tiHted circuinn free. 3Sw8 J. C. McCckdv ti ' o.. Philadelphia. Pa. Music Books ! Music Bo )ks ! FOR THE ENCORE. 15 L. . Em- EINGING SCH.'i H,. Contains an excel! nt Siii2in? fr-hofii Course Contain a fine collection ol Psal ui Tunes and ad beina. liemdes the above t'lere are ncsr!v 1:1 paire j rilled with Du n, easy Pa-t sous anu jie8 ior practice ana recreav. in. as win oe seen, there are abundant ma teria Is of the best ch tractcr, lor making tin gi ng Classes inter .sting, wide awake and 1 topul&r. id ; tuconE is i lso an excellent 1 10k to ue ..n Convention. Academies. Colieee Choirs, tkc. Price 75 cts. ; $7.60 par dozen. By THE SALUTATION. CIirjItCH MUSIC BO )K, for l;7c-7;. L.O. t-VKHSOX. Contains a gool llection of Heoular Mnie. Contains a thorough Singing be hoot Course, with abundant ex-rci-.es. lint the greater pai t of this new a id im portant musical woi is taken 1 j with new Metrical Tunes, Anthems. Ssi M-t ces, Chant-", Ac., Ac. The whola const lutes a book quite equal to i!ion alreaoy iub lished, which have -used the n.itne of Mr. Emerson to be i iely known as one of the most succ?ss. -J of tnoderi crrn posersof bacrxd .Mum.;, Pilce tl.3 4. Per doz. 812.0D. Specimen copies nailed, po-t-f;ee for retaU puce. OLIVER DI'JSON CO., BOS1 JN. C. II. I)IT0! A Co. I J. E. Ditsoj A Co., 711 Broadway, 8i.ccesois to L.- A New York I Walker.PhlJad.-Jphia . AMERICAN & FOREIGN FAT-ENTa. R. IT. EDDY, SOLICITOR OK PATT?VT For Inventions, Trade Marks, or IDesiifr. ay. to etate bt., opposite Kiiby .-t., j Boston. After an exfnnlvA T,rflf 1VA f nnn ....... - . tulrtv vears. continue,, tn au.r i ........ .. l1 feAate!-- "o. reat Lritaln, France, and other foreign rntrif.. eat, Specifications, Assignments, "and all papers for Patents, executed on rea-nabio r-!Cr4ne tb? Vliilty and utility cf Put-'' enta at Inventions, and legal and it her ad-f- e"lefed i matters touch : n j t he Mine. Cooiea r,f t ha fanitshedWreTnitTingrnedokrn! aients recorded in W aihingtonT - AO Agency in th i;niti superior facihtles for obtaining Vairr xl lr AU necessity of a journey to Wa Mngtor! to- procure a patent, and the nsui 1 great delay Uiere, are here saved laveato . TESTIMONIALS. I regard Mr. Eiiii r . 1 . ChIrlkWkmv0,?6'4' Intercourse. " 1 MA'. Commia'r of Pat.nts. tr)ti bt no hesitation la assurintr inven tors that they cannot emipoy a man more competent and trnatwortl V 3 more capable of putting th?!r Tv 1 Tationl In a form to secure for tb-n .. JjnVvJwt Patenu. hLiih Oominisr or Hmll Jr.0 Proof ! great talent aid i'LP?' to recommend 4n V. 9 . J "aj Ut7 BUrf OI IlliT i!i?;e.mo8t tt& attention bestowed BwiTKK-FIrm at 16230c for WA.tA'ra . I case "d t very reasonable Q