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THE RUTLAND DAILY
GLQJ3E, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1873.
(The ilutUuul JhuUt Ttobc.
Vtl UN j-sin . y-KHTMItLIt :i. ISIM.
tmiiVii vi 111 rimiui: in ru. I -;.
K II'KIVK If ffJTHM'.
1 i til) Million Villi", l!M '5:J0 i. il ..
si.v, p, m.
" Cliirllm;ton 12:4) 1 'llw , i, . ". "
1'oit llenr.t, -ll:.11 n. in
uennlnittnii, H:'il p. in,, y.V) a w.'-ip.
irat ? 'I IMS ii. in., con p.m.
"alo'ii, 1:1.) A S-M ii, tn., JU'i V Ni p. in.
1KIIMH I MVK KL'tl.tSII.
i ir Ili-llow rail-., I2.M1A NiSn.i.ni.. lliln.i- 'MOO
nui-iitujio-i, "is . n !. in.,
" I'olt llenl, M3 p. I.l.
" Bennington, :h A -:3-l ii, ,v : p. m.
Saratoga, moo n. rn., ,t S:n p. lit.
-alein, '2:10 .t w n. tn., -l:im .V 'moo J, m.
Moll TlHlfi I.MKo'I.
ILuleui KxtftiHon wn,
;i.O'. n. ni nnd -.'."-i i
liusteiu Kin. 11,40 n, in.
'i i iiv wuv. 12.40 ti. ni.
I my, 12.40 p. in., r..3D p. in., ami .:iu p. m.
Vlhany, 12. to P. ni.i s.ai p. in., and 9:m p. in.
Boston, 11.40 a. in., nnd w.5' p. in.
'aiinrtas, 1.19 p. in.
Northern way, t.w p. ui.
lurllugton, P- m-and 9M 1'- "
Sa-atoga way, 3.8(1 p. in.
Ne v York, 8.30 p. in. anil 9.30 p. in.
I'm niTtlciit lllwr way, two p. rn.
Wnxlstock way, (Static) un p. in.
Chittenden, (Tih'siUj s nnd SnUinliiJ.Hi S.fto p. tn,
Stock-bridge (stage), l:iu p. ni.
Harlem Extension way, v.m p. tn.
Kusteru wav, 2.SO p. m.
'I'roy way, 4.wi p. m.
Trov, 1.40 n. in., 11.4.1 u. m. nml 4.N". p. in
Albany, 11.43 a. in., 4.r,s nml n.io p. in.
Hostnn, 1.40 a. in. unU 2.2u p. rn.
Canada, u.40 a. in.
.Northern way, 11.31 n. tn.
llurllnglon, 12.40 nml 11.31 n. m.
Saratoga way, 11.4.1 n. m.
New lurk, 11.4.1 a. tn. and tj& p. in.
Connecticut ltlrer way, 8.45 p. in.
Woodstock way, (stage) ll.fuv a. m.
Chtttenilen, Tuesdas and Saturdays) Iii.bo i-.tn.
Stockbrldgo (staget, 12:30 p. in.
WMalls will be promptly closed lit the sped
.Iced hour: all letters deposited In Iho street
boxes will be collected nt 8.45 and 11.00 a. in.,
ll.lo, 1.30, 3.05 nnd last collection for all litgnt
malls, at O.wi p. in. All letters deposited In tho
Letter llox nt the Depot will lie collected by
ltoute Agents llvo minutes previous to tho de
port lire of each mall train
Waii DEi-AniMKNT, Orricr. or iiik
riiiKrSiosAi.OrricKii, YV asiuxoton,
1). a, Sept. s. i87n a r. m
For New England nml Middle Slates mid
lower lake region durinsr Wednesday, light
to fresh westerly and southerly winds nnd
generally clear weather will prevail.
DASHES 1IKKK AND THI'.ItK.
The sun sets to-night nt f:!'2 ; rises to
morrow morning nt (5:38.
Ilcgular communication of Itutland
Lodge No. 70, this AVednosdny evening nt
Itutland Lodge of Good Templars meets
this Wednesday evening at 7.110. tit Odd
Fellows linll, Gloiik block.
The funeral of JIIss It. Mower, was
largely attended from the residence of
Ocorgc J. Wnrdwell, yesterday afternoon,
The religious services were conducted by
Itev. Edward Mills, pastor of the Uaptlst
Church, assisted by Itev. .1. O. Johnson of
the Congregational church.
The Eighth Vermont Hegiinent had a re
union at White Hlvcr Junction last even
ing. dipt. George X. Carpenter of Chica
go, read a poem especially prepared for the
Tho riattsburgh llepuhliam says "Old
Dave Oney, of itutland, delivered the
only set speech we heard on tho occasion
of the Whitehall muster." The llepv.blican
gives n wood cut of "Date," while deliver
ing his speech.
Hon. II. G. Hoot and daughter, Hon. A.
V. Lyman of Ilennlngton, and C. J. Glea
son, Esq., of Montpelier, weic at the Hard
well House, yesterday.
Tho High fcliool is crowded with schol
ars this term, and several other of the
schools are more than full. Should schol
ars continue to come it will be necessary to
employ more teachers.
A Japanese student will present himsclt
to ourGraded Schools this week, for ad
Hon. F. E. WoodUridgc was in town yes
terday. Wc are pleased to learn that Mrs.
Woodbridge's health is Improved by recent
Wm. D. Colt, Esq., of New iork, was
In town yesterday on his way to Hyde's
Hotel, Sudbury, where he has spent his
vacation for many years.
Two grand concerts will bo given at the
Opera House on Thursday and Friday of
next week, at which the follow ing artists
will appear, viz : Miss Franklc Hurt, Mad.
Jule do Hyther, M'lle Bertha 15ioiu.il, the
eminent Bohemian Violinist, Mr. ,T. 1
Hoyt, jr., Mr. E. P. Phillips. Mr. Geo. A.
By reference to tho advertisement of
Black's Stercopticon, It will bo seen thnt
the scholars of tho graded schools may at
tend the exhibition ol the Stercopticon nt
reduced rates. This reduction applies only
to the exhibition for Monday.
A new man hired on a Springfield railroad
thought he would couplo a few cars, just
to get his hand In. His next want was to
get his hand out, and now inllioad life is
less seducing than It was.
An uneasy boy, whose mother Ii led to
quiet him on a Boston and Maine train, the
other day, by telling him tiic conductor
sometimes swallowed naughty boys, as
tonished her a few moments alter as the
portly lorm of tho conductor appeared at
the door by creeping behind her and ex
claming in a whisper, "Ma, I guess he lias
swallowed one ulieady."
A party of twenty-six from Mlddlebury,
guests of the Addison House, headed by
Mr. Darwin Hlder, took a trip on tho Cur
lew to Port Henry, on Monday of last
The city of Builingtnn have discharged
the day police.
Manchester, Vermont, was mimed after
the city of the same iiamo in Now Hump,
shire, which was named by King Edward.
Tl,n Klinlllcatlnn of the name is "City of
The Cheerful Givers Mlssiouiuy Society
of Wi ffennes. held an lee en-am sociable In
that city last Friday.
The villago schools of Mlddlebury com
menced on Monday with full looms.
Messrs. Hammond and Severance tnke
live hundred sheep to California.
The fall term of Mlddlebury Collego
commences on Thursday next. The new
class will lie respectable hi numbers and
merit. The professors have all returned
from their vacation trips.
On first page, Hcccnt accident at Potts.
.lam Junctioui A Littlo tunsct talk: A
Vermont party In Iowa. On fourth page.
Book notices) The Walworth family) A
challenge to Fox Hunters. Tho latter or.
tide Is especially commended tn Judge
The homo and lot ndicitlsod under the
hid of 'Xi'W Advetllsemcnts' It situated In
a desirable location and Is worthy the nt-t-utlon
of patties wishing In purchase a
li imesti-ad in Holland.
Addition N called tn the advertisement
and special circular of tho Vermont Life
Iii'itrnnce Company, The circular, in n
com Isc ami practical manner, directs con
slderatloiis to U,o support of homo Institu
tions. Tho nigument urged Is a sensible
one, and Is woithy of thought. Tills com
p.my Is fnt gaining public favor, under the
din-ction of Its cfllclcnt picsldrnt, Lieute
nant Governor t. S. Taft, supported by
an able and well known board of directors.
Mi. Wnlivotth, tho widow of Mansfield
T. Walworth, opens n select school ntSara.
toga Sept. 18.
Sheep arc again selling In Addl'on coun
ty for 81,000 n piece.
A Brattlcboro paper says i " Theie was
quite a bustle in the Unitarian church nt
Ilrattleboro last Sunday, or, nt least,
Charles K. Field thought so when he
caught his loot In one as lie was coming out
of that place of worship. Several ladies in
his Immediate vicinity seemed much cm.
b.irrasH'd, each probably thinking herself
The rally closing movement on Wednes
day evening has been a success.
The Singer Sewing machine received the
first )n lo nt the Vienna exhibition.
The fall term of Williams College, which
begins on Thursday, will be the largest for
many years, making the total of new stu
The Massachusetts pi imnty meetings so
far ns heard from, have elected 137 dele
gales fur Butler and 8(1 for Washburn.
"The licv. C'clla Burleigh" has been
pleaching for a rnltarlati Church In Con
necticut for two years, nnd now that sho Is
taking her vacation some of the young la
dies hac been conducting the services.
Whereupon one of the old ladies remarked:
"Well, first we had a woman's nieetln' ;
now we've got a gal's meetin'; but I'd like
to see a man's meetin' again."
In the great race at Beacon Park, Hart
ford, Connecticut, the horse Judge Fuller
ton, signalized himself again by making his
best time on record, 2.19i.
The Troy Conference camp meeting
commenced yesterday at Hound Lake.
A social hop took place at the Lake
Dimmnro House on Friday cu-ulng last,
under the direction of the boarders.
The tenth annual exhibition of the Xew
England agricultural society, opened nt
Mystic Park, yesterday, with large evi
dences of a successful exhibition.
A counterfeit SflOO United States Treas
ury note has been detected at the Sub
Tieasury In New York nnd It Is so close an
imitation as to puzzle the experts at Wash-
A machine poet says of Hie iliflcrent
summer resorts ;
Lone; Branch tor pleasure,
Cape May ror tun ;
Saratoga for limine,
Coney Island for n "buiii."
A new steamer for tho Wiiltchtll Trans.
portalinn Company lias arrived at White
hall. She is to be commanded by Cap-
tain Grant Rockwell, and will tow be
tween St. John's and Whitehall.
Five teachers are wanted for the public
school of St. Albans, which commences
Hey. -Mr. Aycrol Castleton occupied tin:
pulpit of the Congregational church in
Mlddlebury last Sabbath, In the morning
preaching upon "The uses of afflictive pro
vidences upon sanctified souls." In the
evening from the text '-Tin- common peo
ple beard him gladly."
Fairbanks' scales are Mid to be the most
Milking featiuenf the American exposi
tion at Vienna. The collection is said to
be complete and attracted much attention.
Ilcv. Itlchard Grogan addresses the peo
ple of Mlddlebury this evening on temper
ance. The fall term of Beemau Academy at
New Haven, opened with n goodly number
of students. The Principal, Capt. A. E
Leavenworth, with cfllclcnt assistants, is
meeting with very great success in estate
Uhhlug a training school, both for teachers
and students preparing for college.
class of some bix students have commenced
Greek this term.
The Mlddlebury ler!ter bays : " One
evening last week two citizens of Middle
bury bad a little misunderstanding In front
of a cqllln shop. No. 1 gently told No. 2
he was his debter to tho amount of ono fifty
cent shlnphister ; No. 2 got his back up
and Ming out "you are a liar 1" No. 1 shook
a hunch of bones In No. 2's face, where
upon No. 2 frantically tore oft a soiled pa
per collar, and with tho war cry "I am
your huckleberry," went for No. 1, who
concluded bo didu't want the money nml
marched for home."
Slate E'uir JVoles.
The woil: at the Fair grounds are pro
grossing rapidly and will bo fully com
pleted by Saturday night.
Darwin C. Pierco has been uppoluted
Chief Clerk in place of Albert Chapman,
who lias gone to California. George II.
Owen has been appointed assistant Clerk.
The entries for exhibition already made,
foot up 57 horses ; 07 cattle ; 41 sheep,
and the exhibition of agricultural imple
ments and mechanical machinery and In
ventions, now bids fair to bo the largest
ever seen nt n Fair in Vermont. Tlio en-
tries will be closed on Tuesday evening
The Burlington and Missouri railroad
company will exhibit nt tlio State Fair next
week n largo collection ot samples of agri
cultural products raised on tho lino ot their
railroad. Thu collection will require filty
feet of table room In ono of tho halls.
Frank Hale of Hutland will exhibit at
thu State Fair ono thousand trout. Iho
tanks are now being prepared for their it
ceptlon. Parties debiting to rent grounds for tho
State Fair should apply to Franklin Bil
lings before Saturday next.
Indications foretell it gieat crowd of peo
ple hen-next week lo attend tho Stato Fair.
The Bates and Bardwell Houses have al
ready lei it good share of their rooms to
Aonks Wai.i.ack Titouj-K. Wu take
great pleasure in announcing to tho public
tho return nf tho sprightly Agnes Wallace,
supported by tho prince of comedians
Sam B. Villa. It Is tho largest company
traveling. Their band comprises ten lend
Ing musicians, all bright and newly
uniformed. They give a matinee Saturday
afternoon for tho little ones, when tho
prices aro reduced to 25cUtoidl parts of
tho house, and Mr, Villa will bo seen in his
great character of "Clnrlnda," a part in
which he has no rival,
llittlninl Count j-.
Services have been held every Sabbath
for the past lour weeks In the Unlvcrsnllst
church. A prayer meeting Is held on
Thursday evening of each week. Sabbath
School at 3 o'clock Sabbath afternoon.
Wc think the sewing machine business
must bo quite lively In our village, as
agents lor the Singer, Grovcr and Baker,
nnd Howe, have been pleading tho superior
merits of their machine to the Inhabitant
for the past week.
Some of the men who went to tho Poit
Heniy mines with gieat expectations hac
returned disappointed, not succeeding In
finding employment there.
Wc hope the newspaper reporters and
prospectors for gold will visit tills section
on their next exploring flip, as specimens
arc found in nearly all our stream', and n
California miner worked three or four
months In the town south of this mining a
few yenis ago, getting pretty good pay.
WAI l.lNOl Olill.
The Com t committer have been engaged
during the day hearing the testimony of
witnesses in reference to tho proposed
ionics between (lie village and Tinmouth.
Tlio ndvoeatcs presented the respective
claims of the dlffcient routes last evening,
i A large number of citizens me iu nttend
1 mice. An Impartial report would be too
long for your columns.
I The musical entertainment is in progicss
I and offeis a ricli treat. Our village Is
j among the fawned. The new road affair
necessarily detains many from attending,
i nnd tho concert will bo repented to-mor-i
row (Wednesday) evening.
'I'roltllii; lit llrllllllllrloil.
At the Valley Corni-tu Trotting Pal I: In
Bennington the following was the result of
the racing, on Saturday last .
No 1 purse of 50 ; three minute lure.
S25 to first, .li"i to second, W to third.
Fred Smith of Cambridge, N. Y., entered
g m Empress.
Geo. Finch of Cambridge, N. V., entered
bk m Lady Hush.
G. H. Heir, Ilennlngton, enlered b s
A fter slv heats Knipre-s won tin- race.
Time 3:01 , 3:01, 3:00.
No. 2 Ittmnlng race, dash half mile.
J. M. Haswell enlered b in Nellie.
Perry Eldridge entered c in Topsy,
II. llussell entered b g Old John.
Hace was won by Nellie. Time one
No. 3 for Iioims owned in Bennington.
DatonColvin entered g g Grey D.iu,
Adln Colviu entcicd b g Derby.
Geo. Donaldson entered b in Sensation.
Hace was won by Oicv D.iu. Time 3:04,
There was nlso n foot race, distance 100
ds iu which there was six entries. Unco
was won by Fred llussell in ! inluuli- aad
Tho races were all quite closely contest
ed and wittics-rd by a large concourse of
.uidu uruitvim- nriviiifr l'uri.
On Monday, tho 15th hist., three ri" '
are to come off at the above pn-J-i under
the management of II. O. Pcabody. The
premiums offered amount to fc22.i, ami are
rlassed as follows :
No. 1. Purse, of .-25, for three year old
colls - mile heats; best two in three tn har
ness. 12 lo first. !H to second, M to
No. 2. Purse of 1100. Open to all hor
ses that nave never ucaicn a.ini; nine
heats i best three in five to harnes. 850
to first, .!!0 to second, nnd i?20 to third.
No. '.). Purse of 8100. Open to nil
horses. Mile heats, best three In llvo lo
harness j -1 to enter ; 3 to start. 50
to first, 30 to bccoiul, i?20 to third.
National rules to govern. Entrance fee,
10 per cent. Entries to clo-e on Saturday
the 13th hist. Colt race at 10 o'clock ; Ihe
others at 2 o'clock.
Statu Convention. Tho State conven
tion of Universalis at Brattlcboro was so
largely attended Thursday, that an adjourn
ment to the Congregational church, which
was kindly offered them, was necessary.
A sermon by Hey. George II Dyer of New
Orleans, La., in tho afternoon, nnd a gene
ral business meeting and sermons in the
evening, closed tho session.
SuniiKX Dkath. Mr. William Hill, tho
sexton of the White street Congregational
church nt Bmlington, dropped dead at his
residence In that city on Monday evening.
He had just arrived at his home, nnd was
about partaklug of his supper, when he re
marked to his wife, "Mother, I'm dying,"
sat down in a chair and expired. It was
pronounced a caso of heait disease. The
deceased was a Scotchman, aged about
fifty, and was employed nt Ballard's Pot
tery. He leaves n wile und two children.
Who Hoi.ii it to Him." Ilcv. P. N.
Granger Is a leading tempeinnce man In
tho state, and liquor commissioner for
Caledonia country. Tlio other day ho fell
on the sidewalk at Lyndon, and tho irre
verent local paper says : "If wc can find
out who sold it to him, wc shall favor the
A Goon Si.khi'EK. "The fat hoy" of
Pickwick Papers has a rival In Mont-
poller, in the person of a clerk In his usual
good health who retired at night and did
not get up till 8 o'clock tho next evening,
sleeping through tho whole day. it Is said
ho sometimes takes naps of lnity-eight
hours, or more.
A H.um Case. Alpha Messer of Ho.
Chester, Windsor county, lost n steer n
short time since, nnd ono day last week
found hlni tn the pasture with his neck fast
between two trees. It Is supposed that ho
had been In that position, without food or
drink, ut least fourteen days.
TlUT. SNAKK ST01IV.-TI10 FCCtlO.l
hands on tho Connecticut nnd l'ussuinpstc
railroad, ot Fairlcc, came in contact with
a striped snnko recently, which they killed,
It measured 3 feet, mid was found to con
tain seventy-six small snakes measuring
from three to six Inches, all alive nnd In
good running order, Although a snalto
story, it is ii fact.
A IIkavv Postmastkk. St. George in
Chittenden county, has a postmaster that
weighs four hundred pounds, and is Bald
to be one nf the fattest and Jolllest of men,
A Visit Home.-Six sisters, daughters of
Luther Pike, one of the first settlors of
Walcrford, in Caledonia county, iccently
made n visit nt their old home, enjoying a
social time and a ricli icp:it, In the room
where they were all born, and on the samo
old cross-legged table on which they took
their first meals. Tho oldest of the s!ters
Is 70 and the youngest 53. They are all
farmer's wives, In tho enjoyment of good
health, and aro the proud mothers of foity
clilldicii. Four brothers In Ihe same
family arc still living.
Sadawoa I'oxii. Sadawg.i Pond Iu
Whltlnghntn, Windham county, Is a inllo
nnd a half long by n mile broad, but the
cm tons thing about It Is that theie nic one
hundred and fifty ncies of land floating on
tho surface of the water. It Is rou-ied
with cranberries, nml their air trees twelve
or fifteen feet high. Thero Is a dam at the
outlet, and when the water Is raided or
lowered, this land and trees rises and falls
with it. It affords lino shelter for fl'h,
which arc quite plenty, pickerel being quite
plenty and tin- most valuable. Horn pouts
and eels me also caught in great nimitierH.
It is n common tiling with Ihe "n.itlu-s"
to go ashore or lather embark upon the
"swimming land," and afler milking n
small hole down through, fiih as they
would through Ico on the ponds.
Indian Hklic Last week Mr. H. Board
man ploughed up on his fill in, In East
Mlddlebury, n stone hatchet head. It Is ;i
well preserved specimen and tells us in a
silent way that "Lo, the poor Indian,"
once frolicked hereabouts.
A Goon Davs Spout. One day recent
ly Thud Chapman of Mlddlchmy, went
hunting and bagged eleven partridges, and
twenty-tliire English snipes.
Infi.cknci: of Haii.hoads. Large shi
ments continue to be made from Morrli
ville depot of butter and potatoes, rattle
and sheep. It is understood that mote
produce has been shipped from this dciot
than from any other point on the Portluid
and Ogilcnsburgh railroad.
Among the arrivals at the B.udwdl
House Sept. 2nd, were tlio following:
Hon II G Hoot and Daughter, Hon AP
Lyman, Bennington ; S IC Warren, Hod
ester, N V; J A Chaplain, Montreal; Hin
F E Woodbiidge; Vcrgennes; W I Gilbert.
G F Pope, Burlington Mis J M Mown.
Miss .Maxwell, Dr J A West Held, H Dick
New York ; F A Wyman, J B Berry an(
Wife, Hostnn; H.I Hyde. Salisbury ; FM
Davis, Windsor; Geo B Harrison, Hnttlo
E Wills, Lakeillle, Ct; John A Cunning,
ham, III; II Chambcrlin, Norfolk, Va ; S
Vestry and Wife, Miss Bogle, Master Ves
try, Kecstillo, N Y; T il Bell, Clayton,
NY; E J Hillock, Johnstown; John
Ellsworth, ,T Wilder, Hupeit ; Thomas Nc
Garr, Sehenctcdy ; H F Sanet atul W.i'e,
Benson ; Joseph Childs, New Lebanon! .1
A Hood, Syracuse ; C Spencer, Castlctdi ;
FC White, Bennington; F II Blacktmn,
Whitehall, N Y; Joslali Kidder, Enrs
burgh, Vt; .Miss Sibly. Bennington ; C J
Glcasou, Montpelier;" II 11 Bradford mid
Daughter, Providence ; Miss E .1 Pierre,
New burgh, N Y ; J M Foss, St Albans; II
Clark, Albany ; K H Griswold, Brandn;
C W Burton,' Burlington.
.ul " i- inew, 27 .Merchants- H-, are
selling goods at cost lor 30 days, to elo-(
out stork : lints. Caps, Furnishing Goods
illlll lieaoy .mine ii-iiiiiii.
nt eiy low jit ices.
In 1-n mouth. Mich cm. Aintust 1:1, l itev II
C llcnKdiirrett (iordon.ot Heed city, Allflilsnti,
nml cni rln r. It chardsoii. ot .Nenliitry, t.
lock, assisted ny itev .Mr Kimball, ot Kan rnx.
Itil lctener, .uifiisi ny ev r.uniii iii t
In Shrewslinrv. AUirilsL 1,. ny lit-v .1 KJ r liu-iu, i
Thumbs 'P Hnnhnni nml Frilllk-L HUlnmer.
In Kast .Mianienury. aukusv zw, n,, nu, n
l.'tr,n tit K-ltlOlltrV.
lliawcil, AIHIiew llllll'll ill iiciitiii, nun .-.i-ivi.
In ltlpton, August 2fl. by liev S W indwell
Million L Caswell and JCIIabeth Clintneld.boll
In Rutland. AiiK't-l W, William McOInncv
acred 24 ears.
in Middletown. Aim. 27. 1'iertdy o., son a
James N and Annette II. Strong;, inert 8 jean
nun ill iiiiini lis.
Ill Ailliiirton, An. 't Mm l.i IL, claiiRlitern
the Lite William 1 llrown, of Wntcrtonn,
Y.. where her remains were taken for inter
Ill llfhhlllguin, Ol conxesiioii in nn- iiiiiks
Laura May,, 11 younu' and only child nf thu l!e
William 11. walker. Hector ot Trinity i liurcli
Sicliushtlcokc, N. Y. The lmrlal occurred a
.Manchester, on Iho eenlns; ol Wnliit-sd,i)
AU'.'. 2"th, attended liy the Itev. .1, I-.li.im nil-
-JJWF.LLIXG HOUSE AND LOT
b' IS ."i.l h Ii . I
The subscriber orrers Ids House and Uil, sit'
nted on 1'rosiH-ct street, for sale. The lion
was creeled within a few years, mid lms elif
rooms. Water In the first and second storli
nnd n pnrdPii under irood hint a ot cultlvutlc
Hie pit-minei "ill sum i-ucuii.
scptscim v. k. vouxa
T r N T E D. T WO G O O I)
T T l'llINTIJItSi
II II I", V E It M O N T L I Fi'
v. 1NSUHANCE COMPANP
OF Ul'ltLINOTON, VUit.MONN.
tlt'flCH, I'KCK HUlUllSa, COl.l.KQH 7
Incorporated October tstli, 1883. J
Assets January 1st, 1873, - 189,20Sl'l
Huriilus Including ennltal, to 44 in assctO.
each tl.oo In liabilities.
out 1'iu.i lAnu ii v ui vti i'ii ft iii tmti
each li.ooin liabilities. J
Kvery iiesunuie form ot policy Issued at i"
rnu-3 nun niiy rename company, or lower, m
KNPOWMKNTSJ AT Lin: 1IATT.H A A
ll..,U.,n.., ..I.'llu.r..u L.... 1.. JS
., II..IUHUII, i.i ttv ,in n'ltitm ui' l
form of lKillcy, 3
lHt. Tho term inav he reduced nt unv tin
'oif-f or K-U 1 .(r 0 th pta-.ip IKJlICi
m, 4iwii-mii.iniiH mi I nil iilHBiUI) - ,
Humncu" plan for tho full amount or th ih.
,..limlnl iilil-lltiwinfhix tlen t t-U
lircn made. "f
Ml. Tho deferrpil iiccmnulatlimH will w
fletl umonif thu surilUncr t Mil lev hnlilni-H n"
Ml. I'AT !fli.'J lllWVnv.winuriTH'n iN
livery policy holder mil have tho Ik-hiv"
Ids own Investments secured to him. "!?
riend for circulars of rates and plans, i"i
in ui ino onice nnu cxamino lur j oursel
PATllONIZK HOME 1N8TITUT
ItUSSEL f, TATT, V;ei0
W'AHHEK OII11W, Setritft-y.
Special to the ai-onr.
The w England Fair.
Bos to.s', Sep'.. 4,
Tiie New IJnglniid Agileullmnl Soriely
comiucnccd Its ten'h annual exhibition at
Mystic Park, to-day. The grounds lire
finely located and the display Is admirable.
There are two hundred and sixty-seven en
tries of horseJ. Amougtheso nic Tuggart's
Abdullah, also the horses of Itev. W. H.
II. Murray, which are among the finest in
New England. Four hundred nnd twenty
five head of cattle arc present. The cxlil
billon of neat cattle U quiet remarkable.
The Devons, Ayrshire-), Hereford", Dur
hams, Holstcrns and Aldernoy bloods, nlso
grades, nic represented.
The Merino, Citswold, Leicester and
Southdown are on the grounds. It Is greatly
regretted by visitors that Verinoul Is not
better represented in this' department.
The leading ollleers of Ihe society lire
aetUe and busy In iirrnnging annliniils and
articles in tho places unsigned them.
At U o'clock Dr. George li. Luring,
President of the society, delivered one of
his excellent addresses of congratulation.
Tlie racing bids fair to be hotly contest
ed. It is now expected that the celebrated
horses, Goldsmith Maid, American Girl
and Lury will Ik- on the track on Friday,
The Erie ltallroad.
Nkw Yoiik, Sept. 2.
lllVint'.NI.s IllX'LAIlKIl STATF.MKN1 Of
The Erie railrord directors met to-day
and declared n dividend of one per cent, on
common and three and a half on preferred
The supplementary statement of president
Watson includes the period from Sept. 30,
1872, to June .10, 1873. and shows the fol
lowing earnings to June 1873 ns compared
with the concsponding period of the pre-
The total Increase on general earnings,
31,0.'8,573.rl. Increase on general freights
11.53 per cent. Decrease on coal trans
ported is 38!) per cent. Increase on pas
senger traffic 803 per cent. On mail and
express, inciensr of 14.47. Miscellaneous
sources, increase of 27.87. In arriving at
the gross earnings no account has been
taken of the transportation of men or mate
rial for the company, all such transport!!
lion having been charged to the expense
During the above period the increased
tonnage iu paying freights is 250,419 tons.
There has been a large saving to tho com-
pany through the abrogation of what was
known as the Archer contracts, which nb-
rogration allows the company to attend to
the distribution of its own freight. The
working expenses of the company show an
inciease of $271,000.00, while the gross
earnings liave increased $1,085,573.51, the
net comparative Increase has been 814,-
5C3.85. The working expenses of the road
have been (17.07 per centage of the revenue
The road and its equipments lime been
...... .umiit-ti in good order nnu cnargru ,,
expense account. There has been obtained
from various parties during the year prop
erty and money ij8,312,3S0.02 worth to-day
more than the estimates and no unit of
fvhich has been carried to the profit and
Joss account ; other suits are pending from
to be re.
VACATION KOI! l-IIKslllKM WAIiOS.
Mr. Watson, on motion of Mr. Burlow,
received permission to visit Europe, partly
'lor ins ncaiiii nnu partly on nimness anuii-
ed to hi his n-port.
I-.OIltNsON KI.Kf'TKIl VICT. PIIKSIIIKNT.
j Mr. Lueiu
ler, wits elei
s Itoblnson, formerly control-
ctcd Vice Pre-ldent of the
hooks to hi: closko.
The books of the company me to be
closed on the 1.1th of September and will
remain closed until October 2i.
: (iiiirrcl Between School Boards.
Nkw Yoi.-k, Sept. 2.
A Scrimton dispatch says the state su
perintendent of schools will assume charge
of the schools In that city on account of a
fight between two rival school boards, etch
contending for the right to appoint the
principal and teachers.
Utica, Sept, 2.
Hon. I)cni.is Hubbard died at his rcsi-
denco in Hmyrnln, Chenango Co., N. Y.,
jto-day, aged (18 years. He was elected to
tjongress in iui, anil h.ul served previous.
ly two years in the btato Assembly.
City Kinuston, Sept. 2.
Tlio paper mill of Sturdevaut & Co., of
Mount Pleasant, and the saw mill of Isaac
Long3-car, were burned last night. Loss
nooiu gs-'i.uuu. insurance iinunown.
Spaniards Helping Don Curios.
Bayonnk, Sept. 2.
Curllsts claim that the Snnnlards of the
Island of Cuba are contributing liberally
for the support of the rause. of Don Car.
Bayonnk, Sept. 2.
It is it-ported here that C000 Carlists are
jnarcnlug ngainst the town of Temel the
apltal of tlie province of Ternel In Ars.
Tlie (Ireal .Northern Storm.
Halifax, Sept, 2.
The schooner Good Intent was towed in-
In Port Hood. (1. 11.. Vrtilnv. full nf wilier.
frivo bodies were taken from tho hold.
Tin) schooner Sassarus of Provlncctown,
plass., was lost at -Capo Negro, Sunday
inlplit illlrlnp Ihe storm Piirt nf tlw, orow
(was lost. The schooner Carrie Itlch was
wrecked on North Cape reef, All hands,
1 1 ' !.,! O
jtun-mccii iii nuiiiiier, perisiii-u, oeverui
Jother vessels were wrecked Hear North
A.upe. i-.ight oodles nave tx-en picked up
'on tho east sklcof tho Cape.
A Missing Woman Found.
Elizabeth, Sept, 2.
Miss Mary Lees of Madison, misting
blnco Saturday, was. found In this city
this morning. She walked ncrosu the
country, and was mueh fatigued,
From Xew York.
New Yoiik, Sept, 2.
Steamship Columbia from Havana and
Ariel Iiom VenzneU.
Total cMporls fi r the week ending this
The Kile rnllioad directors at a meeting
j to-day declared n dividend of one per cent,
i on common and three and one.half on pre-
, Til KINO HI SII .SK.NSVrlO.V.
Ills leporled that a new witness has
tinned up In the case of Chailcs O. ICelsey
and that his testimony will protc n most
i horrible nnd brutal murder to have been
; committed. The statement that Hoyal
, Samtnis, one of the parties accused of
complicity In the affair, bns absconded Is
' KIIIK MAONATK-i IN Tr.orill.K.
ItisrhofTihclm it Co., Erie bankers In
London, and their agents here, E II Bled
crman fc Co., having failed by themselves
or through friends to settle accounts, the
courts hayo been Invoked lo declare n set
tlement. Thopropeity of Illpchoffsheini
Ii.is been attached.
HiiK.w n ok i-iioMisi: srir,
The breach of promise suit of .Mrs,
.Mary Francis Wttde against Martin Kalb
llelsch, ex-mayor of Brooklyn, for .100,-
000, was discontinued upon the
death of ICalblleiscli Yesterday .Mrs.
Wade thiough counsel moved that the suit
be re-opened and action Instituted against
the estate. Kalbfieisch's sons aro exec
utors of the estate, and will Ik- defenders.
The order was granted.
NKW UAII.IIOAU IIKLAYKI).
Work on tlio new railway tunnel In New
Jersey to-day suspended, one of the owners
of land refusing to allow workmen on his
A match game of base ball was played
to-day between the Milttials and Washing
tons, which resulted hi the following
score j Mntuals, 8 j Washlngtons, 0.
THK ALLEGED FOKOKI!.
At the coliclusion of tho examination to
day of II W Brown, charged with negoti
ating forged checks on the New York Cen
tral company, his counsel moved an ad
journment till to-morrow, in order to pro
duce testimony ns to the good character of
Brown, whereupon Judge Bowling replied
that he didn't think a testimony of that
kind would have much weight with him,
ns ho knew the prisoner very well, he hav
ing figured before in several cases which
he had tried in years gone by. The case
however, was adjourned till to-morrow.
NO MOISK WOOUKX iirii.mNfts.
Work on the new freight depot of tin
Erie company In Jersey City, has been
stopped by the fi-e engineers, as (he laws
forbid the erection of any more wooden
llrodeiick, Sehitli- and f 'a-cs w err all
arraigned to-day on charges of murder,
pleaded not guilty, and were roiiuuitled
INI'OIIMATIOS THAT Slllll'l.ll UK OHTAINKn.
The rllrni.in of tin- iwl ,..i,i.,!i
tee of the Mock Exchange, believes that
Blow n, the alleged forger, can be made to
tell who are the real parties Interested In
the great forgeries of the past few days.
Till: OASli OK JOHNSTON.
J. W. Johnston under arrest for passing
forged bonds of tin- Buffalo A- Erie Hail
mad, still Insists he does not know from
whom he reeehed the bogus bonds. John
stun was formerly a leporler on the Police
Hasklus ic Undue who dellvcied some
sV-10,000 to tlie swindlers on forced bonds
ItllllM VN THK IIKFM'I.I Kit.
Uo.lni.in is still ill jail.
A sKtOMl COrXTKItl'KlT !flfMI No 1 B.
Another counterfeit ij.100 greenback was
received at the siib-trea--ury here to-day.
An expert here sajs Ihe paper of the conn
terfeitsis lighter than the genuine. The face
cannot be distinguished from the genuine,
but the letters on the back are tinged with
green, where they should be perfectly
white, and the blue tint peculiar to the
not perci-pllblr in the counter- 1 tlie p.irtle.s now In custody. The proposi
, tion to release the American piUonersou
iti-Moits or ni.M iis on run city or nkwakk ,
There I, a rumor In Newuik, N. J that '
all is not l ight at tlie City Hall. A num.
. , ... , , , , .
her of accusations havn been made against
prominent official, and an examination lu ;
regard to alleged Irregularities has licen de-
manded. It Is thought astounding frauds i
will be brought to light If nil expert be al
lowed to examine the book.
TUB NKW IlKlillKN Tt'NNhl.
Work on the new Bergen Hill tunnel for
the Delaware, Lackawanna und Western
railroad has begun. It will lie finished in
twenty-ono months. Its length will bo
4,250 feet and its width twenty-one feet,
leaving space for a double track. Tlio
contractor agrees not to use glycerine or
THK I1KI.AY IN SIUITINO UKLAWAIIK
The hist regular shipment of peaches
over tho Delaware road prior to the break
iu tlie Chesapeake canal, was IJO.SOO bas
kets. Tho first regular shipment nfter the
Interruption was 80,000 baskets. It is es
timated that tho shipments would have nv
craged at least 85,000 baskets per day had
tlie break In the canal not occurred. The
interruption continued eight days, and not
more than one half the amount of fruit
was sent to market that would have lieen
had no interruption occurred. The trains
resumed regular trips Friday.
London, Sept. 2,
Socialistic troubles of n serious nature
have broken nut In Andalusia, In the
neighborhood o( tho town of JImena.
Farm lalxirfrs have banded together for
the purpose of demanding and endenvorlng
to enforco n division of property. They
have burned forty farm houses of those
who opposed them, and committed oilier
excesses, Snnio of the rioters have been
No Massacre nt Fort SHI.
Wachita, Kansas, Sept. 2.
Tho stage leaving Fort Sill, August 28lh,
brings a report that the story of an Indian
massacre is a hoax. Thero is no trouble
with the Indians at Fort Pill or nn the
Tlio Counterfeit 8500 Nolr-Mcniii of
WA9MNOTON, Sept. 2,
Tho following isn descrlptldn of the dif
ferences between the genuine and counter
feit s500 legal tender note of Issue of 180fl:
The upright thnt holds the bnlauce of
scales held In tho hand of the female figure
i shows n white lino In the counterfeit on the
lower part of tho palm of the hand to the
second finger. In tlio genuine note the up
right Is quite black and lost in the shadow.
The lower part of the right lapel of tho
coat lu the portrait of Adams in the coun
terfeit forms nn angle, lu the genuine It Is
a distinct rtlrvcd line. Also, the buttons In
the counterfeit are liregular iu shape while
In the genuine they are decidedly round and
dark In color. Paitlcular attention is call
cd to the buttons on tho left sido of the
coat lu the counterfeit. In the word
"Washington" lu tho counterfeit note the
black shade forming the first stroke of the j
letter W forms an nnglc nt tho bottom, hi ,
tho genuine note it forms n nine. In the
ruled shading under the right hand stroke,
of tho letter W and over tlio letters A nnd
S there are four ruled lines in counterfeit ;
there are but three in the genuine note
under tho letters A mid S In the word
Washington ; in tlio counterfeit there arc
five ruled lines, in the gcnulno there nre
but four ; also under the letter II In samo
word there nre four ruled lines In the
counterfeit, iu tho genulno there nre but
thiec. At tho bottom of the letter F in the
denomination title llicro are five ruled lines
in tlio counterfeit, In the genuine thero arc
Thu localized fibre on the left of the por
trait is blue in genuine, but without color
In tho counterfeit bill. The red seal hi gen
uine is printed In a delicate carmine color,
while In the counterfeit bill it is more ot
brick color and has a heavy appearance,
more especially tho rays, which form out
side of tho seal. Attention Is called to the
blurred and scratchy appearance of the
lathe work and the lettering on the back
of the counterfeit, which, upon compari
son with tho genuine will readily be per
ceived Tho banks in tho city to-day refused to
receive any bills of that denomination un
til vcrifiod as genuine by experts. Three
have been so far received herc,all ol which
arc believed to have como from the west.
The Captured Cnrllst Vessels.
London, Sept. 2.
Tlio Times this morning has additional
details concerning tlie affair between Vice
Admiral Yelvcrton and the Cartagena In
surgents In iclatlon to the removal of the
iron clads Almanza and Victoria. After
tlio Admirals notification that at the expi
ration of forty hours lie would take tlie
vessels out of the harbor, tlie insurgent
junta proposed that he should pledge his
faith for Ids government, that they would
bo held at Gibraltar and not turned over to
the Madrid Government.
This proposition was rejected, and tlie
Hritlsh commander informed Junta that bo
would take the vessels to Gibraltar, and
then recommend to his government that
they be not surrendered until the affair of
C.H'agena was settled, but thnt be declined
to give Ids personal guarantee on the sub
ject. At this the Insurgent leaders weic
very much exasperated, and Junta Issued
orders to the commanders of the rebel ves
sels to go down the bay and be prepared to
resist by force the removal of the iron
The English Consul prepared to leave
Cartagena, and tho conflict seemed un
avoidable. This was the condition of nf
fairs when the correspondent sent the dis
patches this morning, probably to the 31st
of August. To-day a brief telegram from
Madrid announces that YIce-Admlral Ycl
verton had taken the vessels, and that there
was no conflict. Whether the insurgent
leaders abandoned their extreme position,
or in w hat manner the trouble was avoided,
is not vet known.
The Manitoba Question.
Nkw Yoiik, Sept. 2.
A Washington dispatch states Hint the
.Manitoba question will be brought before
tlie judicial tribunal there in a few days
The court holding n special session, and no
other causes will be tried. Minister Thnrn
tsn says the British government is linn in
its conviction that tho action of its officials
was strictly in accordance witli the law,
and Thornton expresses his conviction that
the decision of the court will be adverse to
Im'1 1s rejected, and the court will be held
1,1 K"rt G,,rr-V "r Winnipeg.
.. . ",7','V i- i n i
Swindled by rorged Bonds,
E,V "K", Sept. 2.
The funds of Kendrick it Co., the al-
leged swindlers of Saunders and Harden-
burgh by means of forged bonds, have
been Httaehed. It appears Saunders und
llui denburgb's check to J. F. Franklin for
i25,000 In payment for forged bonds, was
collected by tho Union trust company of
tho Fourth National bank and put to the
credit of Kendrick & Co., which firm on
Saturday early drew two checks on the
trust company for eleven and eight thou
sand dollars, but tho man attempting to
collect was informed of tho irregularity ex
lstiug and that tho checks could not then
be paid, since when nn ono has sought to
Republican Club Arrested.
Havana, Sept, 2.
Yesterday evening wlille a paity of re
publicans were holding a meeting In their
club room the chief of police arrived and
arrested about forty and placed them lu
jail. It is said that they had been notified
previously that it was contrary to the law
for them to hold meetings.
A Missing Steamer.
Halifax, Sept, 2,
The brig T W A lingers, which left
Liverpool, N. S., on the 12th of February
for Barbadoes, bos not lieen heard of
PlIII.ADKI.I-IIU, Sept, 2.
Tim new Masonic temple was thrown
open last evening to the ollleers of the
Knights Templar and Grand Lodge. The
various rooms wet- brilliantly Illuminated,
and tlio spectators were charmed with the
St. Locis, Sept. 2.
The hoard of pollco commissioners lost
night suspended Chief of Police Jme Mc
Donough for thirty days for oppression In
ThcGciman nml other foreign consult
have asked the Boston city government to
take some immediate mcasuies to protect
foreign seamen from the clutches of board
ing house keepers, who arc represented ns
doing great damage to tho commercial In
terests of Boston.
Arthur D. Taylor, aged twcnty-fiie, was
killed by lightning In Mclrnso last evening
while at work paper hanging. S. P. So
gross, a fellow woikman, was knocked In
sensible by tho samo bolt. A little boy
was also klllod In Peabody by lightning,
and buildings were struck In Salem, Lynn,
Peabody and other places.
Washington, Sept. 1.
Advices lront Utah represent tho Mot
mom as Intensely disloyal to tho general
government. Their suspicion of foreigners
is so great that every movement is watched,
and they eecm to have access to the malls,
Thrco letters received here in succession
from the southern portion of that territory
have been opened.
Ukui.in, Sept. .
Yeslei-il.iy at an Htiiiicraiy of the Ger
man lclory nt Sedan u monument com
mcinoiativc of that event was unveiled lu
Konlgs Platz, iitnldst the enthusiastic ac
clamations of thousands of cltlcns. The
city was gaily decorated and tlie day wn
given over to fcslhltv.
Itcciipture of Coin ids.
PorotiK-itKP.slK, N. Y., Sept. 2.
The two young men belonging lo Farm
inglon, Fred Vurney nnd George Hender
son, who broke jail at Newport, X. H.,
lost week, wore recaptured nt Fnrmlngton,
yesterday, by tho father of our of llu ni
nnd returned to jail.
By tho Cable.
QtrenNSTOWN, Sept. 2
The steamships City of New York Mini
Abyssinia from New York.
.-- Vork Morn nun jrlonej-.tlurK, l.
New Yoiik, Sept.
I.ITI ST MOVKTAUY.
.street rales Mr money after the rltsoCft?
Carrying rales at 2(3 per cent.
The clearings at the flolil Kxchante lo-dai
Treasury disbursements to-day amounted to
Tho Customs receipts to-day amounted In
stocks weak with a ilecllncjof ,',.,' until th
afternoon, when they became firm nnd nilvanc
ed ,,. Vandeibllt stocks worn especlallj
strong. Krlo closed at a decline of from the
highest price of I ho day. The remainder closed
at highest ngitre of tho day. Seven hundred
shares of Wabash weretiought In under rule to
day. Cold tllictualed between Ur.;(3llG);, closed
Oovemrnent b.,nds are dull with wry little
Mate bonds quiet and nominal.
Jloney ranged nl mo per ceni, i'IihUu: at
Htocks were generally uulel with bin mile
The following aro the closing ipietatlons:
IT. s. cs 'Sl rei 117 Cleveland, f oliini-
ll. s. cs 'si coiiiwn.iliir; bus i-in sji
U. St. n-2rs -C2 reg..llil'4 N.J. central.... He"
U. H. Mils 'liicoup.UI lllocK Island 10m,
u. s fs.ns -ui coup.in'Mil. A St, rail I to;
V. 8. .VMs -UA old 118 do. preferred... ;o.
II. S Mis Mi m-w.lll T. W. A- W C9'.
u. MO-20S T.7 no un. preferred .. so
1 M Mo.s'Cs ti
U. H rH new IH'.
U.S. lo-iiis rtff....H3V
U, S. 10-40SCOIipOII.U3V
Currency Cs U3.S,
AHon and Teire
do. pief erred... B.
Chicago: Alton. .103
113v01ilo A .Mississippi, 3S?,
oei..i.acK. k wesi.jeoH
pref illoston, Hartford
C.uiK n ,
ys;ii , i-ne. .
Consolidated Coal M
C. C. .V Indiana
do. preferred. 17
Pacific Mall 4SV
lioston V u t e r
c. I). KQ Vi
HannlUaf .tM. Jo
Adams Express,.. OJ
Wells, Fargo x Co. T3
u iiueii mines r..-
New- Vork ceutral Jt. Joseph.,
II. It, II I04 La, ....
Uric ,-ssj La. os new
do preferred.... 12 Levee s
Harlem ion I do. s's
do. prclcrit-il. 133 Ala. Ss
.Michigan Central., to - do. ft's
Panama 11 lla.es
Union Piieinc viiL, do. ;-s
Luke Shore JC Mich Isncclal Ta-c
So U2V Noith Carolina lis.
IlllniilsCtfiiti'iil....10A i do. new.
Clcwltind A I'llts- South Carolina lis.. 32
burg sC,, do. nen.
Chicago a: .Norih- Kschange, long. ,.107.
western 64 'Do. shot! insi
do. 'neferrcil. sl
New Yoke, sept.
Coirox ilooldtuiumt for spinning, and ,' in
adiunco sales of 1,77 balea at si)a(c for up
lands. FiAii-n. ltecelpls, 7,142 bbls. The mnikct Is
,v?,loe better on shipping grades with good e-.-pott
Inquiry. Transactions were materially re
strict by a limited supply offering. Sales of 17,
7uo barrels ut foaj . 6 70 tor superfine
Western mid statu; fo.iu 6 73 for common
to good Eitia western und state ; JO.SOij
7 6oj for good to choice do ; f 7 co>s 73 lor
common to choice white wheat western oxtra;
H ta ( s 75 for common to good extra Ohio ;
ti so 01(1 70 for common to cliolco extra St.
Louis. Tho market closing wry firm for ship
coks MB.ii Tin- market for corn meal Is
rather more active and without decided change
In price, at 3l6a3 40 fur Western, Iho latter
for fjucy brands j 13 73.J.3 vu tor Uraiiily w lue,
Hvb Kmiit. T ho market Is stead-at 4 60ii
Wuiskev, The market Is sienrt with Mir
wheat. Hecelpts 60,420 bush. The market
l2c better for parcels on spot, with u fair ex.
port demand for forw ard delli ery. There Is a
fair II qtilry for prices w liliuut- decided i hauge.
Sales ot 105,(00 bushels ut $1 47 for Interloi
No s spring; fi cu for Inferior to prime
No 2 Milwaukee f i n for No's " and 3 Chicago
mixed -, 11 M tor No 2 Chicago ; tl to for North
western ; II OS Vi 1 6 '"I- winter red Toledo ;
tl 71l 7a for while western In store aim
iitloui: (1 isi lof new white Michigan ; tl C2 tor
No 2 liuluth spring
Hvk 'tho market Is scarce ami linn ill W fm
lliiiLKV, The market Is quia auJ nominal
Haiilkv Malt. Market Is Iu fair lequesl ;
western tl SOiSi '.'firuwed state.
Coks. liece'lpts 391,314 bushels. The niaiket
fully Icbettir with falreKrt and good home
trailo demnud. sales 270,noo bush, nt i&iCW for
steamer Western mixed; iiliC2 for sail do !
62K($6.Vfor high mixed nnd Yellow western ;
latter price for tminil ptueels of choice j 6&Ji72o
for white western ; Wen! lor heated ; mxi
for kiln dried. .
Oats ltecrlpts 33,173 bush, Market Is llnnci
for mixed western I 4010 for whltu western !
42.3410 for black western,
Kuos The market Is dull and liriivy at
23 forweslernnnd ttio for Slate.
1UY. Market Is steady at ! V9 for prime pet
ton. Iiom Qulei and siea ly. . ,
count! Market Is quiet und nnu. lllu
at 2il.VH22KC. ., ,
Ki-ntH. Market Is quiet and firm t rfllulngal
"Vom'sks. Tlio market Is rtrm ; Miiseowidn
men-Market Is arm nt sj,(39we.
Pktiioi.kum. The market Is quiet nl oif foe
crude nnd 17 for lellned.
I'okw. The inaiketls tinner. New mess ill
"IlKiV-. Market Is unlet i plain mess t("
10 Nl; extra do til 231! W. .
liKir IUms. Market Is dull at 83 i 2s,
TU.HCB llmr Market Is quiet firm at 1SJ
prlmo messj 22i(24 for India mess. '
ITT Meats. Marketls quiet mid unchanged;
middles quiet nnddrm; long clear at c.
Linn. Market It Hrmj old western btcam at
jii-TrR. Market is quiet and steady
at 1042M for tntr lo prima westenu S6S82
CHKK.sK.-M&rkrt In steady at IMliVO
flr iu pilm Slate factory,