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THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1873.
5hc Mum! guihi 6lok.
FKIO.VY, JULY It, 1871).
AltlllVAl, AND llLPAIlTflti: III-' TltAIX.
T1UINJ AltHlVK AT KCTLAXD.
rrom Hollows falls, 1:40 X t9:20 a. in., '2:20 S
18:35 p. in. . ..
" Burlington 12:10 411:32 a. in., 12:50 1 1":00
" l'oit Henry, '11:32 n, in. X 17:00 p. m.
" Uciinlnglon, tl2:03 p. in., t7:30 '9:35 p.
" Saratoga, "11:15 a. in., 9:00 p. in.
" lalcm, 1:40 & tS:SD n. in., t3:40 X '4:55 p. la.
THA1NS LEAVE HCTI.ANU.
Tor Bellows Kalis, 12:60 ft t4:30 a. tn., 'la:10 4" t:00
" Burlington, 1:43 JC 15:10 n. in., '2:30 & 6:05 p.
" l'ort Henry, 15:10 a. in. r:05 p. in.
" llohliliigton, 13:00 X '11:30 n. in., & t2:25 p. in.
" Saratoga, 5:00 a. in., x '3:50 p. m.
." salem, 1:40 it to:oo a. m., M:0o X 15:00 i. ui.
Mall Train t.Mlxed.
Harlem i:tenslon way, 0.05 a. In., mid 2.00 p. tn.
eastern way, 11.10 n. in.
Troy way, 12.40 p. 111.
Troy, 12.40 p. m., 8.30 p. in., anil 9.30 p. in.
Mbnll, 12.40 p. in., 3.30 p. 111., 1111(111.31) p. in.
Hoiton, U.lo a. in., ami 9.30 p. 111.
ennadas, 1.15 p. 111.
Northern way, 2.00 p. m.
liarllngton, 2.00 p. in. nnil 9.30 p. m.
Saitnga way, 3.30 p. in.
Nu v York, 3.30 p. 111. nnd 9.30 p. in,
coi licctlcut Klver way, 9.30 p. 111.
Wo.nlslnck way, (stage) 1.00 p. 111.
Chittenden, (Tuesdn) s anil Saturdays) 3.11.) p. in.
Stockbildge (stage), 1:IH) p. m.
Harlem Kxtenslnii way, 9.35 p. in.
llnstern way, 2.20 p. in.
Troy wny, 4.55 p. m.
Troy, 1.40 a. in., 11.4s a. m. anil 4.55 p. m
Albany, 11.45 a. in., 4.55 anil 9.10 p. 111.
Hoston, 1.40 a. 111. nnd 2.20 p. 111.
Canadas, 12.40 a. 111.
Northern way, 11.32 a. in.
Burlington, 12.40 and 11.32 a. 111.
Saratoga way, 11.4.1 a. ni.
New York, 11.45 a. in. nnd 4.55 p. in.
Connecticut Klver way, 8.45 p. in.
Woodstock wny, (stage) 11.55 a. in.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays nnd Saturdays) 10.30 a.m.
stockbrldgo (stage), 12:30 p. 111.
ETyJIMNwlll bo promptly closed nt tho spccl
ileedhoiir; all letters deposited In tho street
botes will bo collected at 8.15 and 11.00 a. tn..
12.10, 1.30, 3.05 and last collection tor all nlgiit
malls, at 9.110 p. 111. All letters deposited In tho
Letter Box at the liepot will b collected by
lloute Agents tuo minutes prcMous to tho de
parture or each mall train
UL'TIiAXI) AX VICINITY.
Sun sets to night nt7:!)7; rises to-morrow
To-day is the anniversary of the repulse
at Fort Wagner in 1801!.
Ht. ltcv. liishop ftetioesbriand of the
Catholic chureli was in town yesterday.
A large number of young men In town
nre having their heads Modoced.
Tho Hates House is safe If a two-tons
safe will make it mi. One of the " Ireland''
make was put Into the hotel yesterday,
weighing 4,180 pounds nnd presenting a
handsome as well as invulnerable appear
ance. The name of the hotel firm in scroll
work Is soon to surmount the safe which
will help the effect.
Mr. H. S. Powers, proprietor of the
Grand Central Hotel, New York, with his
wife, was in town yesterday and tarried at
the Ilardwell House, on the way to Sara
toga. Mr. P. is a native of Ludlow, Ver
mont, and had just returned from n trip to
his early home.
A heayily loaded buggy came to grief on
Center street yesterday afternoon. One of
the wheels gave way, and :is the buggy
wouldn't draw well on three wheels, the
occupants walked home.
We 1 egret to learn from the Montpeller
Freeman of tho serious illness of Col. Fran
cis V. llamlal 1 of Montpeller. He is a
brother of .1. .1. It. Itandall and Mrs. Col.
O. II. Joyce of Hulland, and ltcv. K. II.
Itandall of Poultney.
One Myron' Jennie, a youth of twenty,
from Fairhavcn, was lodged in the county
jnil here on Wednesday night on charge of
robbing a store In Fairhavcn last winter of
somo s50 or .$C0 in money and decamping
with the plunder. He has already been in
Windsor serving a term of one year but has
since robbed parties nt Factory Point and
Ilurllngton. Tho Fairhavcn robbery, how
ever, took precedence and 011 returning
there he was put under $500 bonds by Jus
tice Allen nnd In default was jailed in llut
land as above.
Doubtless, drains aio necessary evils, but
when, ns in Nickwackett street, they have
their outlets Into the street, the evil becomes
considerably bigger than tho necessity, and
it won't bo healthy n great -while.
The water commissioners of largo towns
and cities are Issuing orders forbidding tho
use of aqueduct water for gardens, lawns,
carriage washing, etc., 011 account of
The brigado commanders for tho Anny
Reunion hero in August nro to bo Gen,
Stephen Thomas of Montpeller, Col John
W. Newton of St. Albans, Gen. W. Y. W.
Itipley of Rutland, Gen. AY. AY. Henry of
Burlington, nnd Gen. Thomas O. Seaver of
Ono of tho hardest rain-storms of the
season visited Brandon yesterday afternoon
about fivo o'clock, tho rain polirlng down
with fearful effect and driving all before
Deputy Marshal Thomas Farley seized
ten horses nt Montpeller on Sunday hist,
alleged to havo been smuggled from Cana
da, nnd at a hearing 011 Thursday, six
horses wero iclcased and four forfeited to
tho government. Thero is u prospect of
lively times in revenue matters at Mont.
Earle, editor of tho Morrlsvlllo (Vt.,)
Citizen is greatly exultant over his verdict
of $200 against Gen. AV. AY. Grout of liar-
ton nnd Dr. G. 11. Uullard of St. Johnsbury,
in the Caledonia county Court.
Many Vermonlcrs nro visiting tho cele
brated St. Leon Springs, Canada, for their
Money orders nro now used to 1111 extra.
ordinary extent in making remittances
Tho insecurity ot tho malls for money let
ters is doubtless tho cause of this resort to
n moro costly mode of remitting. Tho re
glstercd letter should bo about as safe as
the money, (it is In Canada) and registry
Bhould not cost inoro hero than there, name
ly, two cents.
A perusal of tho Boston Lyceum Assoc!.
atlon Pamphlet Informs us that seventeen
now femalo lecturers will bo turned loose
to desolate tho country next winter. AVo
had thought we had sullleient punishment
for our many short comings during tho war,
Tho postal clerks nnd route agents nro In
a terrible fix. In tho first place they aro
not allowed to read tho communication!) on
tho postal cards, under a penalty of dismis
sal. Next, they must seo that they contain
110 Improper writing, for If bo tho cards
must bo destroyed. Now how aro tho poor
fellows to manage ? Did our friend Mr,
Ireland have anything to do with this or
A slight frost occurred at AYpodford, In
Bennlngtou county, on Monday morning
Tlic steamboat service from Troy to New
York Is much more profitable, tlmn It was
at this time last year.
The latest fashionable "kink" la con
nectioii with postnl-cnuls Is sympathetic
Potato shipments from Troy to New
Yoik have entire- raised.
I, O. O. F. At the meeting of the Ot.
tcr Creek Kiicnmpment No. 7, I. O. O. P.,
held on Thursday evening, the following
olllccrs were Installed i
h. 11. Adams. O. V.
Charles AW .Safford, II. 1'.
I!. K. Morrill, S. AV.
Newman Weeks, Scribe.
II. H, Dyer, Trcasmer.
.1. S. Uravcs, J. W.
C. I'nrmcntcr, Sen.
Chailcs Wooilhoiise, Guide.
T. I). Mauley, 1st W.
K. I'lalsted, 2d W.
V. II. oblnon, !!d W.
Isaac Gibson, -1th W.
N. (J. Harris, T. I). Mauley, Charles
this soi, mines' iti:u.to..
Itcrriillinir OllUi ri. lor lliilliiml
Count J' .
Tho following named gentlemen have
been appointed recruiting olllccrs for Rut
land county t
Edwin liuxton, Middlctown nnd Poult
ney. John C. AVIlllnms, Danbvnnd Tlnmouth.
D.111 K. Hull, Pittsford," Chittenden nnd
Morris II. Cook, Cuslletou and Benson.
Orlando Bushee, Pnwlet nnd Wells.
K. II. Phelps, Falrhaven mid West
Georire . 1-osfcr, Shiewsburv nnd MI.
Hunter, ntisiiciu nnu Micriiuinc.
O. AV. ('air, Brandon nnd Sitdbtiiy.
Henry AVebb. Clarendon.
William B. Shaw, Wnlllngfnrd.
It Is hoped and expected that each re
cruiting olhYcr will promptly perfoi in his
duty and make an effort to bring every
Rutland county soldier to the encampment.
Jons- A. Salsuuiiv,
Seniors Illness op Rev. Dn. Toon.
The disease with which Rev. John Todd, 1).
D., of Plttsfield, Is ill, has assumed 11 more
serious type. He was so much woivc on
AVednesday his son and oilier members of
ils family were summoned. Ills physl-
ians are constantly besieged by anxious in
quirers on the street, nnd his sudden dan
ger cast a gloom over his friends at his
home ns well its in Rutland, his native
IIIIIMil.AICV AT I1ICAMIO.V
Je welry Slum nobbed in lite Amount
On Thursday morning, nt about half-
past two o'clock, the jewelry store of Mr.
Charles M. AVhitaker, at Brandon, was en
tered by burglars and everything of value
In the. stoic was taken, the whole amount
ing lu worth to SOOO. The burglars en
tercd by unlocking tho front door by means
of fid-e keys and proceeded to a general
clearing out of the establishment. They
blew open the safe with powder and
secured all it contained, including watches,
jewelry and other valuables. The report
of the explosion of the safe was heard by
tho watchman at the Howe Scale AYorks,
who went to the door and looked about,
but seeing nnd hearing nothing, he con
cluded It was a pistol shot and went back
to his olllce. The robbers borrowed n mal
let and some tools from a marble shop
across the river, which wero found in tho
store. Among the customers watches
taken was a very valuable one that was
formerly owned by Mr. John Siinonds, and
by him presented to his son who resides at
Six men were sleeping lu tho building at
the time it was entered but heard no noise,
and the robbery was not discovered till
morning. No clue is had of the burglars,
who played their pait worthy of the ex
perts they undoubtedly are, but every
effort is being made for their detection and
Deacon Robert Forbes, father of Mr. C.
II. Forbes of Rutland, nnd whoso store is
in tho same building, lost $30 or $10 in
money, -which was taken from Ids drawer.
The loss falls particularly heavy upon
AVhitaker, who had but recently com-
menced business, nnd his many ft lends in
Rutland will sympathize with him, nnd nro
anxious to hear of the arrest ot the villains
and the restoration of their plunder. Mr.
AV. was formerly In the employ of Messrs.
Clark Bros., in this village, whero ho
learned his trade, nnd where ho is very
well nnd favorably known.
.llriu Killed In AVilltmskl.
On yesterday morning ns tho train 011 the
Central Vermont, which leaves here at
5:40 a. in., approached AVlnooskl, a French.
man named .Masse, who resided near tho
depot In that village, was driving across tho
track in n buggy, with a boy vt ith him,
tho ciil'Iiio "Bethel," which was going at a
good rato of speed, struck the buggy
throwing tho man across the track, cutting
his head entirely from Ids body, killing
him instantly. Tho boy was thrown Into
the air, landing outside the track compara
lively uninjured. Tho horso was unhurt,
The deceased was about fifty years of nge
and leaves a family, two of his sons bavin;;
formerly worked In this village lu tho cm.
ploy of the Vermont Central,
A Lauouaiii.e Aitaii:. A laughable
affair happened nt tho rullroad station at
Factory Point lcsently, tho particulars of
which wo learn from tho Manchester
Journal: "A mm to tako charge of Dell
wood Cemetery was expected on tho train
and Copt. Clark, who has charge of tho lu
stltutiou, had a man hi waiting for him.
A stranger from Troy arrived on the sumo
train and Pat, supposing him to bo tho man
ho was looking for, touched his hat rim
nnd asked If ho would go to tho cemetery,
Taken back by tho suddenness and novelty
of tho question, the man lcplled that ho
was neither dead nor bick and tho conn
tery was tho lust placn ho wanted to go to,
and turning to tho station ngent ho asked
what tlmo tho next train would leave, re
marking that this was tho first town ho
ever visited where they had 11 runner for
HoiuiiuLE. A runaway horso at Sara
toga, Monday, jumped upon an iron picket
fenco and, lu his frantic efforts to rclcaso
himself from Impalement, toro himself nl
most to pieces before deiilh ensued.
The Eso Not Yet. Carlton, convicted
of manslaughter at the recent term ot the
Orange county court nt Chelsea, has, by
the advice of hU counsel, taken exceptions
to the ruling of Judge Redflcld, and tho
case goes to the Supreme Court on a mo
tion to set aside tho verdict and for a new
A S.n'ake Stout. A cat was seon to
carry a live snake Into tho house occupied
by Patrick McGtilro lately, at Stony Creek,
N. Y., nnd up stairs to where she had a
litter of little "kits." Thero being no man
about the house a posso of women was
summoned. After a noisy nnd severe bat
tle of half an hour, they emerged with 11
A Skance. Harvey IIowo.s, formerly n
well known citizen ot AVcst Haven, nnd
now of North Bennington, has been at
tending ascanco of tho Eddy family of
Chittenden and beheld such a variety of
spiritual manifestations that he has writ
ten a long letter about tho wonders. Mr.
Howes w ill bo remembered ns tho one mem
ber ot the Constitutional Convention of
1870, who favored the woman suffrage
I.ono Time Casualties. The following
Is the number of casualties in tho town of
Cambridge, Lamoille county, for the long
term of clghty-seven years :
Killed by lightning, a
Instant deaths, 8
Killed by wind falling tices, 'J
Result of amputation 2
Taking arsenic by mistake, t
Accidental discharge of a gun, 1
Acciiir.Nis. A boy named Shouts, at
Duxbury, while playing witli 11 revolver on
the !Sil Inst, was shot through the finger,
breaking the bone, nnd on the same day a
younger brother was badly binned on the
wrist while discharging Ids gun. AVillnrd
Burnett, 11 son of Geo. T. Burnett of Sim
deiland, had ono eye severely injured by
the ruleless use of a firecracker. He will
probably iccovcr the use of the eye but the
accident was of a very painful nature. AVar
ren II. Gibson of Londonderry, accidentally
shot himself In the leg with a pistol, on the
4th, the ball entering a little above tho knee
joint. A boy named Leonard AVard, nt
same place, had his face considerably
burned by the careless use of gunpowder,
while James Tobln was found early in the
morning of the ith hint, prostrate lu the
road, one lino by which his horse was held,
wound tightly around his wrist, the most
of his harness cut lu pieces by some sharp
Instrument, his vehicle deposited in the
mill pond, which proves the event to be
sonicthlrg more than an accident.
Mien vt Drew, 27 Merchants' Row, aro
agents for the Elm City Shirt. Shirts cut
uid made to order. Clothing, Hats, Caps,
Trunks nnd Bags.
DI'.XNISON'S l'ATUNT SHIPPING TAOS.
(Her 200 millions have been used within the
1.1st, ten years, without complaint of loss by tas
jccomtnir detached. All Express Companies
use llieni, Sold by Printers and stationers
m.oiir, PAPiin co. uutlanii,
JiuieWdwAtf Wholesale AcenLs.
l.Vir T lit Amn.Mfn 1Hrw.tWilfi T,iillf.ot, Inn .
Depression or spirits and (leneral Debility, lu
their various forms, rcrro-l'liosiihorated Kll.xlr.
or Callsaya made by Caswki.u IIazakd X Co.,
New 01 k, nnd sold by all drunclsts, Is the bust
tonic. As a stimulant tonic for patients recov-
liinr from fever or other sickness, it has no
equal. If taken during the season It preents
tever nun asuo aim oiner inuTraiuciiwciiTH.
J 1 4 4V
n Iiennlmrton. July Sth. by llev. Dr. Haw ley.
A. 1. child, to Sarah V.. vounirest daughter ot
tholato Lewis Cady, nil or llcniilntrtoii,
10 RKNT. A pleasant tenement at No.
s, (Iraut Avenue. Jyiodlw
"IL'RNITURE FOR SALE. Tho sub
L serlber orfers for sale a lot ot household
Koods nearly all new consisting of furniture,
beddliiif nnd crockery ! also, children's clothing.
jienitf iiuouL 10 reniovu ironi iuwii, uiuiroous
will 1,0 sold on reasonablo terms. Apply on
FOUKTII STOKV, Morse's Block. Jyiodlw'
QTORI-: FOR SALE OR TO RENT.
O The best stand In Vermont for a dry goods
Irade, or lor 11 trade 111 general merchandise.
Alllllv to ,1. .IOSLIN. (or to .1. JAY .IOSLIN.
from Aug, 15tli to 20th,) l'oultney, Vt. jj vd&wlm
"AJfTANTKI), At Pittsford Furnace, mill
H ers to woik In Oro lied. Wood Choppers
nnd Colliers on Coal Jobs. Hood wages and
steady employment. Apply to
JeSMlm J. ritlCIIAUD, Pittsford. Vt.
gootfi ami Hof$i.
hoots and siions, at no. 47,
Having mndo such arrangements with New
taigianii aim ;ncw iorK munutuciurcrs as en
ables us to offer to tho lieonlo of Rutland county.
a stock of goods which cannot fall to meet the
wants or nil. w 0 ron a v invito an exanuna.
Hon, and respectfully beg u sliaro or patronage.
Also Having mnue arrangements wun ju. M.
Alboo to tako charge of this branch of our busi
ness, and oversee tho Custom Work, wo shall
aln avs be lirenared to tako measures, and nian-
uiueiiiru 111 urucr 1111 kiiius ui ik-kkcu ulm seweu
work, for eltherdentlemcn, Ladles or Children's
wear, our terms will always bo ensh, and shall
therefore bo able to sell as low as any parties lu
(UtOCnitlKS AND 1'ltOVISIONS.
This denartment of our trade wo shall still
lonunue; inmeriuiij huuiuk iu our biuuk uuiiiik
tin, next rew davs. It Is our Intention to keen
tho ery best goods that can bo found, and shall
always strive to boablo to sell as low as any
l'l.ouit. Wo nro agents for I'enlleld, I.yon
A: co.'s l-'iour. which Is acknowledged by all lo
bo equal If not superior to any brand sold In this
market, and aro able to sell at tho cry lowest
TKAH. AVo call especial attention to our teas
and think wo nro nblo to supply them at low
prices anil or excellent, quauiy.
CANNKI) CiOODS Of all kinds, from tho very
uesi nickers 111 1110 country.
Everything belonging to Fancy (Iroeorles con-
bltinuy Kepi ill nuji;,
MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND, VT,
May 1, 1S13. dlf
)ON'T BE DECEIVED.
Hut call at ltoss',
NO. 0 MERCHANT'S ROW,
If you want a pair of Hoots or Shoes, nnd get tho
best pair for tho money that you ever Had.
If you don't bellevo It, cafl and wo will con
Wo Bhall bo pleased to see you If you do not
uuy, no nisi mop in uuu exailllliu uur mwi. up
loru pin ciiusing csiuwuerc.
N. B.-OUR STOCK OF GOODB
AHK ENTlllELV NEW,
W, K. IIOSS.
j Juno IB, d ly.
(Special to the Olobe.)
Opcutnliiff of n cw Railroad Route.
NnwroliT, A"t., July 10.
Tho South-Eastern Railway which forms
new and direct route from here to Mont
real by way of tho Mlsslsqtioi and Clyde
River Railroads and Its connecting lines,
was opened to-day for public travel. Two
trains dally will leave Montreal nt 7.80
111. and 3.18 p. 111., for Newport, the
AVhlto Mountains and Boston with Pullman
cars attached. Yesterday the directors
camo hero on an excursion oyer the road.
Tho party was a large one and included the
Mayor and City Councllmen of Montreal,
bank officers, leading merchants and editors
f that city. Sir Frnncls Hindis, Sir A.
T. Gait nnd oilier Canadian dignitaries.
The paity dined hero and returned to Mont-
trcal in tho evening. A. II. Chafee, Esq.,
formerly of Burlington, Is General Man-
'cr. ' J. T. A.
.Special to the olc.be.)
Installation of n Pastor.
Kur-XK, N. II., July 10.
The religious exercises connected with
the Installation of Rev. Cyius Richardson
ns pastor of the First Congregational church
ml society in this town, took place to-day
before a large audience. Tho sermon wns
preached by ltcv. . .1. 'lucKcrot Mim-
licslcr, N. II. The charge to the pastor
wns given by Rev. Prof. Henry K. Parker
of Dartmouth College. The charge to Un
people was delivered by Rev. AVni. S.
Karr of Ciimbildgcpott, Mass., a former
pastor of the church. P.
AVasiiixotos, July 10.
On Friday, in the western Gulf States,
northcily winds, partly cloudy and clear
weather. For Now England, easterly
winds threatening and rainy weather.
Statement of .1 Passenger of the City of
Ni:w Yokic, July 01.
A five column statement of a City of
AViisliington passenger charges that the loss
of the steamer was due to the criminal
caiclessncss of the olllccrs nnd ci ew, and
hat they just barely escaped being engulf
ed. An ocean captain, a passenger, fre
quently warned the chief olllcer that he
was running loo far northward, and advis-
1 running a hundred miles fmtlier south,
but the advice was disregarded, though the
secoud olllcer coincided in it. No sight
was taken for seven days, notwithstanding
the vessel was going through a heavy fog
the rate of between twelve or thir
teen knots an hour. Had she struck at
night she would have gone down, or had
she gone to tho right or left two hundred
yards she would have struck either Green
Island or the icefs, and a fearful loss of
life must have ensued, The saloon passen-
gers were mostly chatting or playing cards
when, nt 1 J o'clock p. 111., Satuulay, the
ship went at full speed 011 Gull Rock shoal.
She gave two slight humps, and a tremen
dous tremor ran through her. No 0110 had
the smallest idea whcie the ship was. Af
ter a lapse of half an hour a terrible con
fusion, tho cannon firing, fog horns blow-
and women and chilihen shrieking, a
sailor ciled: "I hear a human voice." A
death-like silenco followed, and soon two
nave men, Cornelius Swanburg and AVm.
Ferguson, who had put out from shore
a small boat, climbed up the
side of the ship. Tho latter had
risen from a sick bed. The work of ills-
nibarking wns Immediately commenced
under their guidances, with tin co of the
ship's boats, the second olllcer standing at
the gangway of tho ladder with a hatchet
in his hand, tliicatcning to cut down any
man who tried to get into boats before tho
women. Meanwhile the humping and
scraping of the stern post nnd rudder con
tinned, arousing fears lcsttho ship would
break in two. Tho steerage passengers.
however, remained reinaikably quiet, and
no attempt to rush was made. Some of tho
women displayed great presence of mind
nnd heroism, sitting quietly till called upon
to disembark. A young Irish gnl camo
and asked the narator whether she "should
ever seo Castlo Garden at all." On receiv
ing an alllrinatlve reply sho wrapped an Ul
ster coat around her, gave him a kiss, nnd
descended to the small boat. Once all on
shore, the Germans and Fins gathered In
ono firouti ami the Irish emigrants in ano
ther. All tho neighboring barns and out
houses wero soon occupied. The adjoin
ing fences wero soon stripped of mils, llrcs
wero built, biscuit distributed, colfeo
served and all were happy under tho sense
of a great danger escaped. Tho cabin in
dies were received into the houses of nMrs.
Harding and Lewis, who with their daugli-
ters cared for them like ministering angels,
Soon many of tho poor emigrants wero fast
asleep lying nbout in the barns on the beach
under the banks and big rocks. Col. Par
nell, United States army, was very promi
nent In affording assistance to tho latter
and conducting tlicni to places of shelter.
The ship doctor was also very efficient In
erecting tents, distributing cordials, Ac.
Tho cabin passengers raised a subscription
of ij2G0 for tho hcrocB, AVainburg and Fer
guson, and morclwill probably bo forthcom
ing. Stoics, blankets, beef and biscuit
wnu landed all day Sunday and Monday
from tho ship. On Monday the ship was
found to Ho in fifteen feet of water, appar
ently as solid as the rock sho rested on.
Had sho backed off on first striking sho
would havo sunk In, flvo minutes. Ten
minutes after striking sho began to fill and
011 Monday had fifteen feet of water In her
hold. AVhen tho narrator left tho tho
neighboring peoplu wero showering every
attention upon tho rescued passengers, and
thero were plenty of provisions for all for
days to come. Ho closes his narration by
comparing tho navigation of tuo City of
AVaslilngton to a man galloping at break
neck speed, regardless or Indifferent whelh
cr there nro gates ahead or not, Foitu
nately for us wo got through ono gate, tho
Utile Hopo Rock, but Gull Rock shoal gain
was unfortunately closed.
Madiiid, July 10.
Tho resignation of General Norcviles as
commander-in-chief of tho army of tho
north has been accepted. It Is said that
General Cordova will be appointed his buc.
From 'ctv York.
New YoiiK, July 10.
While some young men were returning
fiom the Emerald Association, InAVllllama
burg last evening, one of them threw u
stone at an Ice-cream vender, missing him
but hitting a lad named Kelly, causing his
death soon afterwards. No arrests wcie
off ron si.s'O si.Nd.
HU mother, who with abaskctof flowers
was on the same train, met young Wal
worth nt Sing Slug yesterday nnd took a
final leave of him. The latter kept up Ids
spirits, and freely conversed with the look
ers on. Upon receiving his striped suit ho
jokingly remarked, " I look as If I had got
a base ball suit on." Ho was usslgned to
cell 67 on tho second tier, and will enter
the shoe shop to-day to learn sufllcicnt lo
become chief clerk In thestockdeparfmcnt.
He said to n reporter that he thought ho
had a good jury, but they would have
disagiced had it not been tho 4th of July,
not caring lo ho locked up over that day.
A Herald reporter says Mrs. AVnlworth ex
pressed satisfaction with the verdict to
Foit Garry, Manitoba, dispatches report
considerable excitement over tho alleged
attempted kidnapping of Lord Gordon of
Erio notoriety. Two Minneapolis detec
tives who attempted tho aricst have in turn
been attested by Gordon's friends and
lodged lu Jail. Mayor Brackett, who ar
rived in Court Tuesday, was arrested on
Gordon's evidence as being the Instigator
of the proceeding against him. Other ar
rests nie expected, and an examination of
Gordon is going or.
Daniel Dalton, aged 22, was Instantly
killed at Pacific Mills, Lawrence, Mass.,
by the falling of an elevator and some por
tion of flic machinery which gave way.
NEW IIAMI'SIIIUE STATE FAIIt.
The New Hampshire Agricultural So
ciety havo decided to hold the state fair nt
Manchester, commencing September JJOth
nnd lasting four days.
A HENI) A1I1IES1KD.
diaries 11. Fuller, a merchant of Rock
land, Me., was uncsted last night, charged
with rape upon a step-daughter, aged 13.
Chattel Davis, a cigar dealer at Cam-
bridgeport, Mass., suicided by shooting
this forenoon. He leaves a wife and four
children. Cause financial trouble'
Mr. Bellow s has resigned the A'lcc-Presl-ilency
of the Pacific Steamship Co.
mi: nisiE maxaoemknt.
It Is well understood that President
AValson of the Erie Road will bo re-elected
and that for the present the A'ice-Presiden-cy
will be left vacant. J. L. Dcvercuv of
A. & G. AV. ifc C. C. C. & I. whoso name
is mentioned in connection with the Vice-
Presidency cannot bo spared from those
AlIlilisT or THIEVES,
Wolf Jacobs, commission agent to .Julius
I). Rosenberg, inipoiter of India rubber
combs, was committed in default of $10,
000 ball, charged witli stealing $800 worth
of i-onibs from his employer. Geo. AVhite
a inoiehant on Grand street was committed
on charge of receiving said goods, knowing
them to bo stolen.
Jeienilnh P. Robinson was to-day elect
ed president of the Brooklyn Bridge Com
pany. lol scorr ox A MIssIOX.
Col. 'Thomas A. Scott sailed from Phila
delphia to-day In the new steamship Penn
sylvania. He goes to Europe to place
bonds of Texas Pacific railroad, with the
purpose of settling the Fiench claims
against Klpaso Co., nnd at tho same time
vindicate Gen. Ficmout, the former oltlcial
representative of that company. Scott
will return about the 10th of October.
Till: AI.l.LIUID EMllE..I.Ei:.
The case in which AVllliam J. Henley,
paymaster in the United States Navy, was
charged some months ago befoie commis
sioner Davenport with having embezzled
about thirty-eight thousand government
money, has been withdrawn from the com
niissloncr, it having been found Impossible
to obtain evidence to corroborate Little, a
supposed accomplice of Hculcy, w ho turn
ed states evidence against him. Instead of
the cilmliial proceedings, the government
will institute a civil suit against Henley's
Desti iuthc Storm In Iowa.
Iowa City, July 10.
A wind and rain storm occurred here at
three o'clock p. 111., yesterday, accom
panied by hail, which destroyed trees, or
chards and crops over a limited urea as uf-
fectuallv as flic would have done. But
four farms, those of Messrs. Iliuman,
Hedges, Crawford and Houghton, were bo
visited. Tho storm was remarkable for
the completeness of Its destructive effect
nnd narrowness of its range.
Appointment of Italian Cabinet.
Florence, July 10.
Tho crisis in tho Italian Ministry has
terminated. Signer Mlnghclta, who was
summoned to this city by tho King, bus
formed a Cabinet constituted as follows
President of the Council and Minister of
of Finance, Slsuor Minghelta ; Minister of
Foreign Affairs, Signer Cantello ; Minister
of Justice nnd Ecclesiastical Affairs, big
nor A'lgllonl ; Minister of AVar, Lieutenant-
General Rlcottl MiiKiianl : Minister ot
Marine, Slgnor Salntbon ; Minister of Pub
lie AVoiks, Slgnor Spavauta.
Estimated Customs Receipts.
AVasiuxotox, July 10,
Estimates of customs receipts for the
year ending SiOth Juno last wero $100,000,
000. Tho receipts wero below estimates
about one and n half millions which It Is
explained at tho Treasury Department was
owing to high 'and lluctuatlng prices of
gold In May and June, inducing merchants
to defer taking their goods from tho ware
houses until a moro favorable money mar
Sr. Lopis, July 10,
J. AV. Coau, travelling agent for Bern
bergcr &r Co., Philadelphia, attempted
Biilcldo to-day by shooting himself. Tho
ball struck near tho forehead and followed
nroutid to tho right ear, making an ugly
wound, Financial troubles and whiskey
are reported as tho causo.
By the Cable.
Madrid, July 10.
Senor Sunor, minister to the colonics,
will Introduce a measuic in the Corlcs to
day applying pinvislons of Federal consti
tution, wlfli certain Instructions to the Isl
and of Porto Rico.
SEIZfllE 11V CAIlt.ISTS.
The Carllsts hnic seized Ut residents of
Morsa, and hold seven of them ns hostages
for the safe leturn of the Insurgents now In
the bauds of the Republicans. Tho re
maining twenty-seven are held for ransom.
mayor and cocncilloi: assassinated.
The Deputy Mayor and Councillor of
Malaga have been assassinated.
Vienna, July 10.
Tho Emperor has conferred the Grand
Cross Order of Frnncls Joseph on Baron
Scliwnrz, director General of the Interna
CnxsTAXTixopi.E, July 10.
CALLED TO AXSWEI!.
Mahomed Pacha has been summoned to
Constantinople to bo tried for acts commit
ted when he was A'lier.
The Philadelphia Mint.
Philadelphia, July 10.
The mint Is now encaged lu rcmelting a
vast quality of light gold" coins. Since
January 1st $25,000,000 worth have been
melted, nnd $10,000,000 111010 will be re
ceived this week. Orders for new trade
dollars will bo filled In the early unit of
next week-. Out n million dollars in gold
wero received from New Y'ork to-day for
Esquimaux Sun Ivors.
Portsmouth, II. II., July 10.
The United States steamer Tallapoosa
left here last evening for Now York with
the Esquimaux survivors from the Polaris
onboard. Secretary of tho Navy Robeson
I.oxdox, July 10.
Frederick AVinteihaller, the celebrated
portrait painter, died to-day of typhus
Boston, July 10.
John McKcnna the boy who was acci
dentally shot by a comrade In Lancaster
street yesterday, died to-day.
Mrs. Lincoln, tliowifcof Charles B. Lin
coln, who was shot nnd wounded on Sun
day night last, was arraigned before Justice
Ely at Dcdliani, to-day, for complicity In
the affair. The examination was postponed
for ten days.
Tho Missouri Pacific R. R. AVnsh-oiit.
St. Loris, July 10.
A dispatch from Chicago yesterday
stating that half a mile of the Missouri
Pacific Railroad was washed Into the Mis
souri river near Klekapoo, Tuesday night,
was greatly exaggerated only .100 feet of
track being washed awav. Communication
was restored In ten hours by cutting into
the bluff and building a now track.
Railroad OlllclaN Arrested.
New York-, July 10.
Onlliennlval of Hie AVaslilngton train
on the Pennsylvania railroad nl Jersey City
yesterday tw'o officials were an estcd, sup
posed to bo In the combination of conduc
tors nnd gate-keepers to rob the company
by falling to cancel nnd by re-sell Ing pas
The Chejpnne Indians,
Sr. Loris, July 10.
Mr. J. Golden who has been engaged
with 11 paity under General Barrett in sur
veying Cheyenne and Aragohoe, Indian
escrvatlons, has nrnu-d bote from Chey
enne ngency one hundred miles north of
Fort Sill, Indian Territory. He says that
the work is about two-lblrds completed.
lie also reports that Cheyenne Indians'
lifter celebrating their medicine festivities,
to do which, they left their reservation and
started for Anlilage Hills. It Is not known
where they will turn up next but their
ngent does not apprehend any trouble.
There were 780 lodges of tliem. One band
of Clievennes, under Llttlo Robe, refused
to follow tho main band and remained nt
tho agency. The Arapohoes, under Little
Rover, Powder Face, Yellow Bear and Big
Mouth, numbering 4.ri0 lodges, me 011 their
icservatlon and are peaceful. It is said
that they will defend whites against Chcy
ennes should the latter make an attack.
Xcw Lake Route.
Ci.kvki.ani, July 10.
A schooner ariived at Ashtabula Harbor
from Lake Superior with a cargo of iron
oro consigned to Pittsburg via Ashtabula,
Youngstown and Pittsburg Railroad new-
route. Although a heavy sea was running
tho schooner experienced no difficulty in
entering tho harbor. This is tho first nr
rival In this new haibor.
The Shah's Delight.
London, July 10,
'The Shah told President MeMahon that
Paris looked like a bride in her wedding
dress. He is greatly pleased witli the bril
liancy of his entertainment, but lias no
conception of tho serious sldo of anything
he has Been. Ho Is llko a child at a fair
Arrested for Forgery.
llAiiRisiiuiui. Pa.. Julv
A man named J. G. Fourth alias Harry
Hudson, of Hudson, Son tfc Co., bankers
of 53 AVall street, New York; was arrested
hero to-day on a telegram from Pittsburg,
charged with forgery. It is alleged that ho
has obtained $28,000 from tho German
banks of Now York, fraudulently, lie
has been committed to await tho anival of
An Ocean Itnro.
Havana, July 10.
Tho steamship A'lrglntus has arrived at
Kingston, Jamaica, from Asplnwall, Sho
was followed out of the latter port by tho
U. S. steamer Kansas and Spanish frigate
Bazen, but In consequence of her superior
speed she soon outran tliem and tliey wero
not Been afterwards.
New Yoiik, July 10.
Tho liody of Louis Jaquette, W ho was
drowned while endeavoring to Kayo Ida wife
when capslml from n salt Imat Sunday
was found In the lower bay to-day.
John McMnhon nl Troy.
Troy, July 10.
John McMahou, the champion wrestler,
wa? In this city to-day making arrange
ments for the International Wrestling
Match with Thomas Copelnnd of Canada,
to take place In this city between the 18th
and 25th of July. Copeland will only
wrestle on the turf, and an effort Is being
made to secure Rensselaer Park If the
'ark can bo secured the match will tako
place in Troy If it docs not it will piob-
ably tako place 011 the fair grounds In
New Yore, July 10.
S Francis, son of Gov. Francis, of tho
'assaniaquoddy tribe of Indians, shot him
self through tho head at Pleasant Point,
Me., to-day, whllcdrnwing hlsgun towards
him by tho niuzlo
The Wrecked City or AVaslilngton.
Halifax, July 10.
A dispatch just received from Port I.c
Bear states that tho wreck of the steamship
City ot AVaslilngton broke in two at 7
o'clock this morning. The Captain nnd
officers were 011 board nt tho time, but suc
ceeded In escaping from the wreck and
The Pardon of Tucker.
Baltimore, July 10.
In tho Supreme Court nt Baltimore city
yesterday, in an appeal in the case of Chas.
O. Tucker, alias Haslhi, who was convict
ed In the criminal couit of having violated
the conditions of Ids pardon from the Pen
itentiary, which was that ho should leave
tho Btato and not return, decided unani
mously that tho Governor's conditional
pardon w as legal and valid, and a violation
of its conditions subjects the offender to
c-arrcst and punishment.
Y. M. 0. A. Convention.
PouomcEEi'siE, N. Y. July 10.
About 250 delegates were in attendance
at the International Young Men's Christian
Association Convention to-day. The time
of tho convention was occupied mostly In
discussions upon topics set down iu the
order of business. That upon how to meet
tho effects of pernicious literature was full
Various methods were suggested for the
Hash newspapers from railway trains, aud
resolutions bearing upon the subject were
sent to the committee on resolutions, to bo
reported upon hereafter.
To-night a large meeting was again held
at the Opera House, and three open nlr
meetings were held in the street.
Sr. Lotus, July 10.
C; Davids, of Brooklyn, N. Y., was
found to-day, in a field near East St. Louis,
with his throat cut from car to ear. Ho
was not dead when found but there are no
hopes of his tecovery.
The Polaris Search.
New York, July 10.
A St. Sohns, X. F., special says the
Juniata, which sailed for the Arctic re
gions amid much enthusiasm and excite
ment, yesterday, w 111 touch ut Disco, on
the coast of Giecnland, unit then proceed
to Upernavlk. She will call at some of
the intermediate settlements to procure
dogs, sleds, elc. She has been encased In
a eoat of mail from stem to stem. Com
mander Brainolo and crew wi le in execi-
Evacuation of (.'ermnn Troops.
Paris, July 10.
In accordance with the treaty signed in
Berlin last March, under w hich the depart
ments of A ages, Ardennes, Mouse anil
Mcurtlie, St. Mossellc, as well ns the Fort
ress and arrondiseinent of Belfort, nre to
bo evacuated on the payment of the second
instalment of the last lmllard of tlio war
Indemnity. The German troops com
menced to tetiro on the 3d inst. The with
drawn! will continue by detachments until
The Suncook AV rockers. Arrest of
Manchester, Jldy 10,
Man' Catleton tho woman who preten
ded to have been beaten and robbed by
ruillans on tho railroad track near Suncook
is believed to be a fiaud, She wasarrested
by SheillT Ratten and brought to this city
to-day but this afternoon managed to es
capo from the olllccrs. She told several
stories which upon Inquiry proved to be
false. It is thought that she was the
principal or accessory in obstructing the
A Persian Minister lu Trouble.
London, July 10.
Sandre Zen, the Persian foreign minister
is in disgrace and will probably be dismiss
ed and executed on his return to Persia,
Thero are seiicus dllllcultlcs with regard to
the Router concession. Renter is a million
and a half out of pocket. Ho deposited
$250,000 as guarantee on contract and
expended an equal sum In bribes 'to secure
tho contract. Ho also loaned the bhah, at
5 per cent., $1,000,000. The money will
never bo repaid.
Now there Is numerous intrigues around,
the Shah was brought out by Reutcr to
help blast his schemes, but other London
business men appeared and have t ld tho
Shah's suite that concession was worth
more than Renter was paying.
Mlerfa Hassan All Mian, minister of
public works is ngalnst him. Renter would
like to sell the concession. In tho face of
such dllllcultles it is doubtful if it has nny
Nkw Yoiik, July 10.
Only ono enso of cholera lu .Memphis to.
Now York l'roiliice. .llui'lti-t.
New York, July 10.
i-niinii Mnrki t dull and Irregular and tioml-
naliy unchanged. Sales M7 bales at 80'., for
!.-,, Ifiw.lntu J 9v4 MiIiIm. The llinr.
ketls 10HI50 belter and active. Medium grades
largely In demand and command extreme ad
vance, fair Inquiry for delliery. Hales of U.soo
bbls. at is iwn 50 for superilnu western unu
em fchiti, lil.S.'w.a T 15 for L'Ood to CltOlCO do
7 ir8lia fur common lo cliolco while wheat
Western entm n fy.i.s us fur common to good
extra Ohio; ft immioni for common to cholco
extra m, iaiuis, uiu market ciusiuk nu. . , ,
IIyk l-'Locii-JIarkot steady. Hales loo bbls,
III J 9!VA K 9S
corns Mbal Firmer. Hales of oiw bbls. ut
3.75 W3,su for lirandywliioi 3 30 of 3 3a for
Whiskkv.-TIio market Is llrmer. Sales -too
WinuT.-ltocelptH 152.U7S bush market u
without decided change lu in loo i In .tjulrjr
moderate, Holders arcnot dispose 1 1 to reii le.
Market closing less Ilrm. Sales W.000 bush at
No. 1 ghebojgan ; 1 kmjI.M for winter red Ohio;
l.To for Whltu Michigan i for lown spring
for unsound winter western.
, Kve .Market Is dull and very limited export
Inquiry. Sales 4,oou bushels western ntwe.
Hahlev. Dull and unchanged m prlco 1 bar
ley malt rnoro dull, sales ii,ooi bush of six
loundstnto private tierces. Canada West ut
Cokm. Iteeelpts 61,190 bushels. The market
In light Bupply wltlr moderato exiwrt nnd homo
trade demand Jlarket 1 cent higher, sales 72,
000 bush, at KWjsoc for steamer mixed Western:
latter for very cholco , 67acoio for rail do.:
C&36SC high mixed nnd jellow vostorn -for
common to prime old western mixed
W(SS2 for heated j to for old and new
0. 1td Itecelpts 40,575 bush. Tho market
li somewhat llrmer and fairly more active,
Hales 83,01)1). bushels, at4-lMi.io for now mixed
western: tst2 Tor whllo w eslcrn : 43 ri 44
for black western j OS ror whllo ttate ;
43 for new mixed Stnte : for choice: white
co4i.. Jlarket nrm with a fair enquiry at
t5.25ij 0.25 for Anthracite per ton per cargo.
Kous. Jlarket Is linn at c for western;
22Si23o for stnlo and Pennsylvania ; lsi 1
le for Jersey, isffllu for Canada.
II tv .scarce and firm at 2cm33 for prime
per ton; 22,25 for good do; 1 for good .ihiij
plnir. Itecelpts for past n eel; bales.
lloi's The market Is dull; ls7!i quoted at
25,3500 j California ilXMMX,
Wool Market lsquletand steady nnd quoted
nt efor new Ohio; for stair; nnd Ohio;
15 for domestic ) for mixed llecce; 3 for
medium i for low California clip sue.
1. KATiiKii. .Market dull and lower, llhemlocl;
sole, lluenos Ayres, nnd IMo (irunde, light, mid
dle and heavy weights nt 2'jai: California
do., 27W2S; Orinoco Uo. 27r2s.
Cohkk Jlarket quiet and steady. Pales
of bags of lllo at liisiSMc.
Scoaii. Jlarket Is firm. Sates 1300 hogsheads
rclinlng7'c.i lusiilids l'orlo llico ; s,nw hhds
.Molasses. .Market Is quiet and unchanged.
Stock Cuba. Hales hhds Porto lileo : 2S
IticE Market Is quiet; 325 bags llangoon nt
cv ; 20 tierces ot Carolina nl "".wsve.
1'etiioi.ecm. Tho market is dull nt tn for
crude. Hales ot buls rellned nt I7;,e.
1'ohk. .Market unsettled, sales 850 buls at
17,3T 17 50 cash for now moss ; tuw for extra
11 EE F. Steady. Sales bbls nt tmn for
plain mess (11,212.50 tor extra do j beet hains
nrm for prlmu stock, common sjock dill at
1S(21 for common and fair ; Texas cliolcodoat
2500ei27 0': cholco Western at 23uv31 ; tlerco
beef dull nnd heavj nt J1721 ; prime mess
til 51x423110; cut meals quiet and unchang
ed ; middlings quiet ; 50 boxes long clear, tit
L.11111. unsettled.. Sales un tierces nt 9 1-ir.
cash forwestern steam : for kettle rendered,
also 0,000 tierces for .lull at ; oxm for Aug.
IlCTTEii. Is linn wllh fair request ut 21X4300
for fair to prime new state: I5m21c for
Cheese. Jlarket Is dull and heavy at 13",
112140 for fair to prime ami new Slale factory.
.c-v Vnrli Mock mm i'louey .Hurui-t.
New Yoiik, July in.
Oold was steadj all day at 115'.' to 11 clos
ing at 115'.,".
Loans were made at 2 lo 1 per cent for carry
ing. The clearings nt the flold Kvchango to-d.iy
Tho receipts at tho t'nlted Slates cuitom
House to-day were 1 130,0110,
The Treasury disbursements to-day amount
ed to 402,0011.
Ooverninent bonds very quiet all day and
Ilrm nt the close with little change In the
Stale bonds are very quiet,
sterling Is strong and higher ntuva1, for
long andin',(iio, for sight.
Money opened easyatniji per cent, closing
Stocks opened li regular and advanced slight
ly during the day, but closed a llttlo below last
night's prices, widest lluctuatlon In Harlem
from 123 to 127.
Tho following are the quotations :
U. H.Cs'Slreg Its
Chicago X North-
U, IS. OS si couiKju.ir.tv
U. S. 5-20S '02 leg..HC,,
U. S. 5-20S 'C!COlip.117'i
IT. H B-20s'C4COUp.ll7,
U. H. 5-20S '05 Old.. US',
tlo. preferred, so
bus ci n SS-j
N'.J. Central.... 101
liock Island mo
Jill. & ht. Paul 52 ',
do. Dreferrcd. 72
U. S. 5-20S TO lieW.117',
U. S. 5-20S '07 US.sJ
If. H. 5-20S 'OS US','
V. H. 5s new 115'.
U. S. 10-tlM ret- 114k
IT. H. 10-40scoupou.HI'.
Currency os Ill1,1
Alton and Terre
do. nreferred. .
son Canal nil
ilu pref I
Canton &; i
Ohio A. .Mississippi. 39"
Consolidated Coal 54
iliel.,l.ack. X West, in ,
so illusion, liai-tioruA:
SO'.U'. c. j: Indiana
37 i Central 'li',
do. nreferred. I
P. II. .s: i) nu
Paclllo Mall 3
Huston w ater
2S Central Paclllc.
91", I'lilou Paclllo....
, 75 (irants
United states i:.-
do. new. .
New York t'enlral
x li. l . it 10.V.
uo nrererreu ,i
Iji! 0s new'..'.!'
Michigan Central.. 91
union Pacmc 274'
;ike Shore X .Mich
so 91 .
, North Carolina cs.
Illinois Centr.it.... iojj South Carolina os.. 20
cieveianu x l-uis- 110. new. 1
burg S7li r.xcnange, long. .
WATllltTOWX I i.N ION I.1VI
for tin- svuelc ciiiliup; July S,
AMOUNT OK LIVE STOCK AT MAHKET.
Cattle. Sheep X Lambs, swine.
This week 1012
Last week M2
one yearngo ics
Nl'JIIlEll KIIOM TUB SKVEIUL STATES.
Cattle, Shecp.tT.ambi, Horses, Calves.
N. II. 4 435 .... 120
Vermont... si 1434 .... cm
Jlass ... ...
Now Yoik. 72 125 .... 10
W estem . . h35 .... ....
Total.... $42 2231 20 7s",
Number of cars over the different roads Hon-
ton and Lowell II, i ntehbun; 75 total S9.
rrn-es ot maria-i ncei a iow ciioiceji'iiNtiu.
10 25: extra to uoii'j 75: llrst quality .-s.. s.02: set-
oiul quality C(Ti,7 5ii; third qu.illtj CnSn,
1 I la's ui niuiu tauir nuifcu. tii, p- I'an.
from JUKI, (175, 20Va 275.
Jiitcu cows anil caies ironij.(.t.ii; exir.iwi
i arrow cows 41w.nu.
Yearlings HOmlS: two yearn old 20m 2s: three
years old taoia 45.
prices of sheep and lambs In lots, wool sheep
3, 3 50, 3 75 4 each ; extra 1 .vv.,7 ml V head, or
ironi c ti n. earuiigs .-' (.lie w "
Spring hiiiibs Oi.illv V !t: sheared sheep 4'
ls5lvC V li'.
e,u t.uii"i jii iu.
Prices of hides, tallow and skins Brighton
hides 90 V ; country hides S',c y ;.
lirlchton tallow 6v.64c V I"! country tallow
5l5l,C V II'.
reus 41 no eacu.
Sheared sheep skins Mie each; l.ilnli hklns
Nie each: calf skins loigtsc f is; dairy skins J:
CI.ASSIHCATION OK CATTLE AMI SHEET.
N. 11. lleef Choice trades Includes nothliiu
but stall-fed lino lo 140 lbs bullocks. L'xtra
and first quality Includes tho best, large fat
oxen. Second and third quality Includes oen
ana two nun iiiree -i ear out steers.
.sHecp Kxtrn Includes cossets, and when tliosn
of lufeilor quality are thrown out.
Cattle lleef cattle this week wero confined
mostly to western, the generality of which were
ot good grade. Tho hcur-say report Is that the
stock cost higher at Chlcaga ; this Is conjeetcre
but It they dlil cost higher It does not always
follow that cattle will bo higher hero uponnr
rltul. Wo Judge that ther.' wus u llttlo better
feeling on choice cuttle, and prices firm. The
market closed out hard last week on Wednesday
nt Brighton, but tho trade for beef was fair lu
the eliy on saturd.vj, which helped tho sale of
cattlo lo-day. Only n few loads of grass-fed
cattle In market, o 11 Taylor sold 14 two and
threo year old steers aud heifers from ToiscH
y. 1)V estimated lu dress 500 ti.s. Houghton
X Wilcox sold heifers at sc. 40 shrink ; 4 steers
nt 9c, 80 shrink ; 4 cows at so y is, 1 W cstl
mated to dress two lts each . V 1-' llrady sold s
two-) ear old steers and hellers at Sm lie y is. 1
V estimated to tlress M) to cm ii.s. l t shack,
ett sold 0 heifers nnd cows nt 50 llo, nu-rago
925 lbs. N V Wooilbrlilge sold21 sleers toJ haw.
yerat7',clle. 1! H lllmliall had '.Ml steers nt
7o average id.ni its. J W Ta lor iHiughl 41 head
ut74C. J sawjer bought 47 at 7 e ; Jlr. Uatou
41 head at 7c.
Sheep and Iambs Tho onlj plausible reason
that laved the sheep market this week from
being n total failure, us far as keeping prices
anywhere near what they cost, was Uiu light,
ness of I ho supplj.llieru being considerable less
than one-half the number from Hie noi Ih. These
wero taken by butchers, old sheep weroM-rj
near ho higher, and lambs that were not pit
Mously coiuracieil for wero ilrm nt lasl week's
llgure, Veal calves aro not quite ns plenty ul
maiket. Tho supply will probably be light
through this month, as farmers are busy ha
Ing, o i: Taylor sold s-J yesrllngs, a erago coii-s
aUsje. A LlMugslnno sold 14.1 old sheep, av
erage -siis nt ne. 11 V Wood sold 97 old sheep at
4','e. o Klinball sold lus lambs nt lo'4c, uer
1'oullry Prices on live poultry hai e not t nrled
essentially rrom last week, The call Is light,
and an aihuuct" III prices Is not nt nil probable;
supply light. Uesi grades ot fun 1 no i int-dlum
lots 10c ; ordinary 15c.
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