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S lie Jutland gaily tobc.
MONDAY. SEI'TEMDEIt 20, 187U.
utitivu. ini HKi'vim ia: ok tiiuns.
1 Kills AUKtVK AT Hl'TMNP.
'roil) lli'lioni Falls, l:4i i tibso o, In., :8
i:3ft p. in.
llttrllnrioti Huo.v'tliiwn.ni., HiWi.v tT:on
Port Henry, "11:32 n. Hi
ncmilngtoti, tl!:0S p. in., M:W .V 'Md p.
" Saiatoga, '11145 n. m., 9:00 p. m.
"ulcni, 1140 A' tsjsu n. in., t3:40 x Mi.'iS p. in,
TH4ISS I.KAVE Hl'Tl.tNll,
1 in- Helton Fall", HMX U:Dna.m.,"l2:li)A'1Mo
lturllnifton, 1:43 .l:4t n. in., '2:30 ft 6:05 p.
1'orl lli-nry, foot) p. m.
llenidlik'ton, f3:(xi X V:80 a. in., t:!.1 p. In.
Saratoga, r.ioo n. in., X 3:M) p. in.
tiilcni, 2:10 ,v :O0 u. m., 'I:oo X ifcoo p. m.
Mall Train tMlxed.
Il.irli'iii Intension waj, . n. in., uml .ii p. in.
Kastern "ii j, J l.4 ft. in.
Troy way, 12.40 p. m.
'I no, 12.40 p. in., a.30 p. in., ami s.na p. in.
Uluni, 12.40 p. in., a.tn p. m., ami ww p. m.
lio-.ton, 11.40 a. in., anil .wi p. in.
ann.l.is, i.w p. m.
Northern way, 2.110 p. in.
11 irllmtlou, a.oii p. in. ami K.so p. m.
SilHtntflt wiiy, B.sop. in.
Ne v York, 3.30 p. m. and s.M p. in.
on iicrtfut Itlvcr way, .30 p. m.
Wnjdslock way, (Stairc) l.ou p. in.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays and SMurdavs) p. lit.
stockbrldifc (htnf), 1:00 p. m.
llaili'in KxU-tislon way, .sa p. in.
Kastern way, S.S0 p. in.
Troy w ay, 4.K) p. in.
Troi , 1.40 a. in., 11.45 u. in. and 4.r.i p. lu
Allany, 11.15 n. m 4.55 and v.io p. in.
lioston, 1.40 a. m. and 2.20 p. in.
Canada, 12.40 a. in.
Noithern way, 11.32 a. m.
liurllngtoii, 12.40 nnd 11.34 a. m.
Saratoga way, 11.45 a. in.
New Vol k, 11.45 a. m. and 4.55 p. in.
Connecticut lllver way, 8.45 p. in.
Woodstock was, (stage) 11.55a. in.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays andSatunlas) lo.rji a.m.
Stoekbrldge (stage), 12:3" p. in.
:rMults will 1)0 promplly closed at tin' spccl
fleeil hour: nil lelters ileposlled In the street
luxes will I'e collected at H.45 and 1l.no n. in.,
12 1", 1.30, .m nnd Inst collection Tor all nlirnt
inalli ntH.iKip. m. All lelters deposited In tlie
Letterbox at the Depot will bo collected by
Koiite Airents the inlniileH previous to the dc.
.ii I lire of each mall train
Wah Dki'Aivtmknt, Offick of hik
1). O., Sep.. 28, 1 871! H 1'. M.
On Monday for Now England Un
sure will diminish with gentle anil
southeast to southwest wliuK
f I csh
DASHES HERE AND THEHE.
The sun sets to-night at fit 10 j rises to
morrow morning at fisfid.
Killlngton Lodge, Xo. 211, I. (. O. F.
meets this (Monday) evening at 7 :.10 o'clock
at Oddfellows Hall, (Ii.oiik lllock.
The ltutland Young Mens Christian As
sociation meets this Monday evening at 7:45
o'clock, nt their rooms lluffum's lllock, Mer
Saturday and Sunday wcie red-hot sum
mer days. Make the best use of this
splendid weather while it lasts.
Quite n lively mill occurred on Saturday
evening on the corner of Merchants' Itow
and West St., one of the contestants bad a
linger badly chewed up and the other was
considerably battered about the face. Xo
police around and therefore no arrest.
ltcv. X. Mighill, pastor of the Centre
Church, llrattlcbnro, occupied the pulpit
of the Congregational church yesterday,
preaching well prepared and excellent ser
mons, ltcv. Mr. Johnson preached at
('apt. ,Mnoii li. Carpenter of SI. Albans,
secretary of the Vermont Senate leaves
thin week to take lift his residence In Chi
cago, where be has formed an eligible law
partnership. Mr. Carpenter will bear the
best wishes of his friends for ids success
in bis chosen profession In bis new field of
(!en. II. Henry l!ater arrived home on
Saturday after a week's absence in Xew
Hon. Daniel Kobeits has been invited to
deliver the address at the unveiling of the
Cliipni.m monument at Tinniouth, on Fri
day next. Mr. Kobcrts probably knows
mnreof Jiidire Cbipnian than any man now
at the bar.
ItussellH. Dorr, of Burlington, Iowa, is
in town on a visit to bis parents and friends
here. He Is always cordially welcomed by
ids many friends in this community.
The Catholics contemplate giving a fair
in November, to continue two or three
Careful householders will do well to look
to their locks o' nights, for there Is at least
one of the light-fingered gentry in this vi
cinity, nnd lie evidently understands his
The ltutland Opera House book is rap
idlv tilling up, and performances of oue
kind and another arc set down as far ahead
as January. Many of Iho performances
will be good, and the theatrical season
in ltutland promises to lie more than usu
The. nnnual reunion of Vermont ollleers
Is to 1k held nt Drattleboro, next month.
Much interest Is felt in the dedication of
the ISaptist church on Tuesday, especially
to hear the two distinguished preachers
ltcv. Dr. Sheldon and Hcv. Dr. Magoon.
We find thu following advertisement in
newspapers in different sections of the
V. 1'. Slocuni, magnetic healer, clairvoy
ant nnd psychomltlst will diagnose disease
by a lock of hair, dellnlatc character by
writing nnd prescribe for and heal disease.
Terms 2; 112 Dast Tenth street. New
A collection was taken up tit the Congre
gational church on Sunday week, for the
benefit of weak and destitute rhurchcfc,
which amounted to li07, of which (lov.
l'ago contributed fcfiOO. The amount as.
sessed the church was only iJiJOO.
David Mcllrlde has sold the Stevens
House, Vergennes, to llrlstol Oalnes.
Jenkins, the humorist, is coining with
Ids dog and mule cait.
Slnco A. S. Dlveli it Co. have taken the
control of the work on the New York and
Canada railroad everything has gone for
ward witi redoubled energy. They prom
ise to complete the work by the lirst of
Norman Hurdlek, n gentleman well
known In this county, obtained ii 1,250
damages at Portland, Maine, on Thursday,
from the Orand Trunk road, for abuslvo
treatment received from one of the com
.Mr. Sailers, father of James Sailers,
lately killed on the Hensselaer and Sarato
ga railroad, by the overturning of a loco
mot lie, Is about to commence proceedings
to recover damages for the killing of his
.Morris Copcland formerly of West Gas.
tleton, now a landscape gardener of llos-'
ton, Is laying out a new rural ccmctcy at
Merlden, Conn., by direction of the town
Thu Union Fair Association of Granville,
X. Y., closed lis second annual fair nt
Middle Oranvillc, X. Y. on Friday.
The Vermont iMiral Journal, a bi
monthly, containing original articles from
lending physician and surgeons of the
state, Is to be stalled at Hurllngton by John
M. Currier, In October.
ltcv. Franklin Tttxbury lias resigned the
pastorate of the Congregational church In
Dr. Hcuiy Hoynton of Woodstock, lias
accepted the Invitation to deliver the ad
dress at the Itutlaud County Fair, on
Thursday next. Dr. Hoyntou Is among the
finest speakers In Vermont, and Is n gentle
man of culture and learning. He Is n prac
tical farmer and will richly entertain those
who have the good fortune to hear him.
The New York State Fair was attended
by over 20,000 people on Saturday.
The Troy banks are but slightly nffecled
by the financial disturbance lnXcwYnrk.At
precent they do not accommodate holders
of checks on other local banks by paying
them. A check on any local bank must bo
presented for payment at the bank on
which It Is drawn.
Hcv. Mr. ltalley of the .Methodist church
at Fort Edward, X. Y., has resigned bis
pastorate to take orders In the Episcopal
.MSI I'll I UN.
nr iiANii nit's rv conn',
Hon. Hoyt II. Wheeler, Chief Judge.
Hon. Isaac C. Wheatoii.t Assistant
Hon. Ulel llolllstcr, Judges.
Henry H. Smith, Clerk.
William M. Field, Sherllf.
Suliiiiliii, Sept. 27.- -State s. Jerry Ids
lion, retailing tiled by jury. Veidict
guilty of two offences. This Is a convic
tion for the third offence. Joel C. Maker
for state attorney! 11.11. Thrall for do
fendant. Scott vs. Scott divorce ; tried by the
court ; nianiage and residence proved.
Hill granted for Intolerable severity. Peti
tioner has leave to resume her maiden
name. Harnes Frisbie for petitioner.
1 Ian let A. Clillds vs. Frank Childs
divorce; marriage and lcsidence proied,
and n blllgranted for wilful desertion. Peti
tioner to have charge of child; with
leave to lesiune her ninlden niiinc. D. H.
Nicholson for petitioner.
Itutlimil 4'ouiil) E-'alr.
The twenty-eighth annual evhibition of
the ltutland County Agricultural Society
commences on the grounds owned by Hie
society on Wednesday of this week. The
farmers of ltutland county and the citizens
of ltutland should make an extraordinary
effort to make the fair one of the most suc
cessful the society has ever held, ltutland
county is lich in its cattle, horses, sheep,
cereal products, mineral rcsouices and
mechanical invention. The State Fair has
been held and the people know just what
has been on exhibition, and with this
knowledge the fanners, if they will tiling
out their products, animals and articles,
can make a larger exhibition in every
department. Let them bestir themselves
for the next two days, and rest as
sured they will make an exhibition of
surpassing excellence and deserving merit.
If the four hundred members of the society
will each one bring what they can to Un
fair this week, Holland county will never
have seen such an exhibition as will he pre
sented for the examination of the visitors.
Let each one try. Let all put their shoul
der to the wheel andjddtlie officers In mak
ing nn exhibition of which the county and
Hutlnnd will be proud. Let the citizens of
ltutland make an cffoit to contribute some
thing. Let the ladies till the lloral hall to
leplction with specimens o( their handi
work, bring pictures to ndoin its walls, and
flowers for the tallies, liiing everything
and let everybody go to the fair this week.
1 he follow ing is the list of ollleers of the
society, with the exception of the Hoard of
Trustees, which is composed of one from
each town :
OKKICKIW OF IMF. SOC'IKTY.
President Henry F. Lathrop, Pittsford.
Vice Presidents J. S. Benedict, Castle,
ton i Horace H. Dyer, ltutland.
Secretary Miner Hilllard, ltutland.
Treasurer Jesse L. Billings, ltutland.
Auditors X. T. Sprague, Jr., Hrandon :
Linsev Hound, Clarendon; Henry C. (Jlea-
Trustees Franklin Billings, Hutland ;
Porter Benson, Clarendon ; John W.
Clerks John J. Garrett, Hutland ; C. B.
General Superintendent Franklin Hil
Marshal--Mai. H. Hazelton, W. Hut.
Life members will lcceivc tickets nil
milling during the Fair, which admit the
bolder hhiu, not his family, carriage or
Exhibition tickets, ipl ; single tickets,
25 cents ; children under 10 years, 10 cents ;
uouuie ami single carriages, va cenis.
Haces will take place both days.
The annual address will bo delivered at
the grounds at 2 o'clock on Thursday after
Agricultural discussion and addresses
will bo given at the Town Hall on Wedncs
SI.'I'KIIISIKNIIK.VIR OF DKI'AUTMRNTri.
Floral Hall. James M. Kctchum, Slid.
Sheen. Willis Benson. Brandon.
Fruits and Vegetables. E. I'. Holden
Mechanics' Hall. -Mai k S. HlcliariWm
Hoi fcs. Leonard Fish, Ira.
Cuttle. Orrln Thomas. Hutland.
Swine and Poultry. Henry Hayvvard
'l am n'.slilinler M ills.
The local horse faml iarly known as
Turn O'Shantcr, owned by E. Foster Cook
won the race at the Windsor county fair
on Thursday last. The purse was one
open to all stallions who never beat 2.10,
Tarn was dilven by Mr. A. II. Danforth
and won the race in thico btralght heats,
and "jogging home" at that. W. II. II
Walkcr'8 horse, thu "Vennont," nt tlrst
promised to crowd for the place, but
broke so badly as to defeat nny possible
hope of the kind, The Woodstock J'ort
Mys)the winning horse trotted squarely nnd
honestly. Tho following Is a summary t
A. II. Danfortu en. nrown Htauion,
11. A. w oon, en. h. b
W. II. II. Walker eu bl. . "Hermit,"
A. T.Kurnian en b.s. "Itolieri Homier,"
Time, 8.37JJ, .40, S.43.
Blows Up. Patsey flhechan and Zeh.
Miller wcro injured by tho premature ex
plosion of a blast at Wlllard Ledge, near
Burlinirton. Thursday morning of last
week, Sheehan had both hands, one leg,
and his faco severely burned, while Mil
lcr's Injuries wcro confined to the burning
of one baud and one side of Ids face.
MMMfraaajajaaaMMJMWBaatgauiiiniiiiri lit aMisiaiaaasiiiii iimsiw haaMiia44a
T1IE RUTLAND PAILY GLOBE MONDAY MORNING,
There Is much complaint of fruit thiev
ing nt Hrandon.
Dr. Chafes Backus of Forcstdalc, has
beeiilstrlckcn down with paralysis nnd lies
In a very cilticnl condition.
Mr. Harback has sold his photogragh es
tablishment nnd removed to Worcester,
ChatlesC. Dunn caught it party of fel
lows stealing bis melons nnd made them
pay dearly for it.
Hcv. Mr. Ingalls of the Methodist church
exchanged pulpits with Hcv. Franklin
Tiubury of the Congregational church,
Sunday w eek.
Street loafing in the evening Is mentioned
as among the bad habits of Brandon.
A union temperance service was held at
the Congregational church on Sunday
evening, nt which Hev. Hlchard Grogait
preached an effective sermon.
A grand mas temperance meeting will
bo held this Monday evening at the town
hall nt which ltcv. Hlchard Grogan will
Messrs. How, Pitts fc Co. have one of
the finest stores and largest stocks of goods
in Western Vermont. Their sales have
been largely incicned Ibis fall, nnd they
deserve the patronage of the public for
their enterprise. Their slocks have been
divided into six departments, which mnkes
its appointments among the bct lu the
Hev. A. T. Dunn, pastor of the Ilaptlst
church, at East Poultney. pleached at Ira
on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 2lt.
The attention of the fanners of Pavvlet
Is diiccted inoie and inoie each year lu the
manufaeliire of cheese. Four rhcesn fac
toilcs arc in successful operation In the
Trinity church is being inntcilolly im
proved in Its outward appearance.
Hev. J. Hyland Kendrick, I). ., of New
Yoik, pleached an excellent scimon at the
ltapti-t chuich Sunday moniingwcck. Dr.
Kendrick lias accepted a call to the paMor.
ate of a Baptist church in I'ougbkcepsic. j
The stoic of .1. .1. Josltti has the appear-1
ance of business again, a flesh slock of I
goods having icccnlly aiiivcd. giving hull- !
cations of lively time-. !
The hell of the ltipley college I lug- I
again, much to the ileliglit ot Hie people.
On Sunday week the ordinance of bap-
tl.-tn was administeicd to live, tvvcnty-sK
were lccclvcd to full membership, and the
sacrament of the Lord's supper was j
administered to about one hundred commit-1
nlcants at the MethodNt chinch last Sun
day w cek.
The college opened on Monday la-l with
St. John Pai Uh school. Hev. E. II. Han-
dull, Hector, opened on Wednesday last
with lifly scholars.
Hev. James A. Pierce, the new pa-tor of
the Baptist church, is slowly iccovering
from his recent illness.
Mr. John M. Williams has sold his bar
ber shop to Mr. A. Mandigo.
The Baptist society purpose finishing the
vestry.iooin of their church at an early
The follow lug liuprovenicn'.saud changes
have recently taken place :
The residence of .Mr. II. T. Hall Is near
Daniel Culver and F. W. Wliiteloek aie
laving slate walks about their residences.
Charles Uhilcv. Jr., has removed to lil-
Hev. H. I). Pieice of Poultney Is sup
plying the pulpit of the Baptist church at
The Baptl-t church has been enlarged,
and renovated, though not yet opened for
Several new dwellings aie lu process of
rcction in AVcst Pavvlet, and a general air
of thrift pervades the place.
Several slate veins have been recently
pened and a demand has aiisen for dwell-
ings to accommodate the workmen.
IliiANOoN Hi'rrr.i! Maiikkt. Huttcr sold
nt Hrandon on Friday from 2.1 to 111 cents
per pound. Amount sold last week, 2,000.
Sevkhki.v HrisxKii. William Hucks, a
"hooker" at the St. Albans rolling mill,
xvas severely burned In thu back and one
arm Monday night of last week, by necl
dentally coming In contact witli a red hot
A Wk.VI.TIIV Ll'MllKIIMAN IN HANKIIl'lT-
cv. 1 lit! Ilroadway Hank or Iscvv lork
clly havo filed a petition in bankiuptcy
against Orson Klchards, of Sandy Hill, X,
Y. Amount of claim, ijXOOO.
Wild Cat is IIvdk Paisk. A wild cat
found its way into the town of Hyde Park
a few days ago and was treed by mime hun
ters', who, however, dared not shoot II, and
so It departed lu peace.
Minino in Caledonia Cot'Ni v. In" the
part of Harnct known as Copenhagen, ,1, S.
Mllllken having discovered a copper mine
has commenced, to wotk it. Indications
are that tho mine Is extensive, and contains
also considerable sliver.
(Yiiioi'rt Giiovv iii. Somo forty or fifty
years ago, Hev. Alvali Babin of Georgia
cut n stick from a poplar tree, and utter
using it in w hip In going to and fronj tho
gtist mill, stuck It in the ground on the hill
west of Georgia Centre. The stick giuvv
and llouilslicd. until now it is a lice 1f0
Unpleasant Lohoinos. John Lang, of
Harnct, n man over eighty yearn old, laid
out of doors through the rain and cold of
Saturday night of week before last. As he
is In the habit of wandering nway without
saying anything to bis friends, uo search
was made for him. Ho reached homo in
rather a (lamp nnd stllfcncd condition.
A Sad and Fatal Cakcaltv, A man
named John W. Hrennan, of Altona, N,
Y,, a brakeman In the employ of the Ceiv
tral Vermont Hnllroad for a short time
past, xvas run over by a freight train nt
East Alburgh, on Friday morning, xvhllo
uncoupling the engine from the train when
lu motion, Wo understand that nineteen
earn passed over one of his legs and side,
but ho survived his terrible injuries about
two hours. He leaves n young wife to
mourn his untimely departure.
Fmsr Cahoo.-s-TIio new barge built
for the Delaware nnd Hudson Canal Com
pany nt New Bnltlmoic, and named the
Lnckwantia, Tuesday had her first cargo of
coal on board, consisting of five bundled
ton, bctng one hundred tons less than her
carrying capacity, but as It was her first
catgo tliey did not want to load her to
her gunwale. The barge is destined for
freighting purposes on the Sound.
A II.vil.Kss.Tt.'liY, Tbo Frtc 7'msays:
Some of the jury In the case of the Win
ooskl Lumber A Water Power Company
vs. 0. A. Hood, had amusing experience
Friday evening. The cac was given to
tho jury about 2 p. in. and they went out, a
number of them leaving their hats and
overcoats In the court-room. When they
agreed on a verdict, which was about ten
o'clock, they found that the janitor itad
locked up the court-loom and left for
home, leaving n liutnlicr of jurymen hat
lcs. Gen. Henry, who happened to be
one of the panel, marshaled his bare-headed
siuintl, and nt once inarched them to the
hotels, where their cratilunis secured ex
tempore covering until morning. The ver
dict of the jury in the case was mil- rent
damages for the plaintiff.
Allen it Drew, 27 -Merchants' How, are
selling goods at cost for HO days, to close
out stock i Hats, Caps. Furnishing Goods
nnd Heady Mnde Clothing. Good Goods
at veiy low pi ice.-.
MlNSl.KON'S l'ATKNT SHII'PINd TAl.s.
Over 200 millions liaviibeen Used within the
past ten .venrs, without complaint of loss by lac
lieeoinlnir detached. All l.xpress Companies
use them, Sold l Printers nmt St nl loners
K pry where.
(ILOI1K PAI'Klt CO. UL'TLAXII,
Juni'23(Hwtf Wholesale Agenls.
HOW TO LKIIITLN WOMAN'S LAIlOlt.
IT "time Is inonev," then pvcrj thing that
tends to facilitate labor Is a positive pecunlu'-y
lienetlC to mankind. The best sevvlnif machine
or churn Is not a "jfood stioiigwomati," nsex
perlence proves, so Knpnllo, lu euahlli'!; one
woman to easily do as much cleaning of every
kind In one day as two women can do In two
days with Hie scrubbing bnish and soap, Is a
positive blessing to the hiituiiii race. No wo
man who has mice used II will ever u-e any
thing else as a substitute. Sold by all dealers.
Hie cheapest us well as bi-it cleansing sub
stance lu the world.
Ilfelils lor Mil' ;iiilie.
II. L. Stllsoli. llelililngton.
II. I'. .Morgan, Wiilllngtnril.
Herbert smith, l'actory l'olui.
II. s. Ilnril, Arlington.
VI, II. Kelley, Soulli Wnlllugloiil.
c. c. Pierce. Hasi clarendon,
H. .t. Carpenter, Ilraltleboio.
i.IIiIih x Co., Hrandon.
Deiinlsou brothers, l'lltsiord.
W. M. I).iv, .Mlildlebur.v.
Itutus Holt, I'ltlslleld.
.1. 1), culver, H.vdevllle.
T. K. Ilortou, Clarendon,
I). 1'. l'eabody, l'lttstold.
Allien X Co., .Mlddlebury.
II. K. Spencer, Sutherland falls.
.1. N. Haskell, V nlrhnveii.
A. L. Kellogg, Cnstleton.
C..I. (Illmoie, West ltutland.
I. . Johnson, West Pavvlet.
W'.S. llasaett, Mlddletowii.
James nice, I'aw let.
II F. l'annenter, Meclianlcsvllle.
I). Ilortou, Mount Holly.
W. W. Hlbbnrd, Poultney.
I'. Holton, Dauby 4 Corner-.
William Pierce. Danbj
II. A. Carter, llcnsou.
W. II. Hull, Wells.
o. f. Woods, llellovvs fall-.
P. II. Itobblns, Chester.
K. It. Allen, K.ist Wiillingfoid
Sherman brothers, Ludlow.
llrnvvn X Clark, Cliltteiideu
.1. 1). furdv. Manchester.
s M Soul hard. Vergennes.
In llvdevllle, September 21, Anna 1'., widow
orthelale Oliver f. Ileckvvlth, aged 22 ,v ears
anil 7 mouths.
rjMIE HASKINS MACHINE CO..
Kllrhbiirg, .Mass., Maliut'sot
VLIiTICAI.A HOItlZONTAI. STLAM KXniXCS
Our Combined Knglnes anil Hollers are made
In iti!Uittt!f.s and to standard gauges, so that
all pans are Interchangeaiile. Cau be run with
greater safety mid less expense than any other
engine manufactured. Sle from 1 to 211 horse
power. Warn booms, Nn. 41 Cortlandt Street,
. Y. Send for circular.
VETEJHNAHY.-F. ('' Wilkinson's
(Ireat Kngllsh Cough Powders, tor Horses
only. A sure case for Coughs, colds, Swelling
of the (Hand-, Sore Throat, Kpldemh, Catarrh,
Horso All, and all dl-ensps. of the Throar and
Thesu nowdeis are sate at all times, being
free frein IKilsonous Drugs. Prepared bj K.C.I
WILKINSON, Vertlnnry Surgeon, Claieinonl,
N. li, f or sale y c, i i.nii, agenis lor itui
land and vlclnltj. sepsthUvv
UHT A SIIEHMAX
s r o.ooo. o o
CHOICEST I) It Y GOODS
I'llls Mill: Of NKW YOUK
P It I N T S
11c. He. Uc.
(llughalus, 12;; lollc. Pound Piliits,4.v., Sjds.
Ill a iKiiiiin. uesi rcniucr i iciv, i.aoics
Vests 11.111), JT.12.lf. $1 2. t.t.0, J2.IK).
The best of goods. All sles.
;,ikhi YAKHS NKW DIILss coolls
ami an elegant stock
II I, A C IC GOODS.
(Irrmitn llhifk llroiiilcloth uml )omiin.
In short, everything usually found In a tlrst
class Dry tioous Kstubllshment.
llL'ltf & SIIEHMAX.
Sept. 2T, lsI3.
CELEHY PLANTS From Peter Hender
son ready on nnd atter June 21th. Send In
Cabbage plants for Into crop by
tho hundred or thousand; also, Green reus
rntiriv nltoiit. Jnlv 1st. Vlniuir DlmilH. iitnnmr
which Is tho celebrated Amaranthas Sulsltollus
or Fountain Plant, constantly on hand, bou
quets, w reaths Kc, made to order.
majMlv Near Fair (Hounds
Tho undersigned would most liespect Hilly In
foini the publlu that ho win open on or about
September 1st, In SI nicy's building,
31 CKNTL'll NTltlxr,
a ilrsl-elass Mci chant Talloiliifr RstablMiment,
Having been connected witli some of tlin lend
ing houses of Now Yurk nnd lloslon, whero
iiono but Orst-claiM help aru employed, I claim
to have had such expcilenco as enables ine lo
compete with nny ono In mv lino of business.
Foreign and Domestic) "iollis always on hand.
Latest Sew York stjles of lireiikrast Jackets
and Morning Clowns made to order. Satisfac
tion guaranteed lu every oase.
v. M. HJirrii.
Itui land, Vt Aug. SO, 1873. ill (
rilAGS. Wo sell Dcutilson's Tags to
X Printers and stationers al Dennlson's
lowest wholesale prices.
C1LOHK PAI'Klt CO,
THE (1HEAT FINANCIAL PANIC.
Nkw Youk, Sept. 27.
10:!i.- a. in. Gold opened at 114 and
hastidyaiKcd amid, sonic excitement to
11 1, an advance of !1 per sent, from yes
terday's lowest quotations.
1HK lOflSVlLI.K HANKS.
11:30 n. in. A special from Louisville
says It Is lepoiied that all the German banks
have refused to pay currency for checks
11:15 a. in. Affairs ate very quiet this
morning In Wall street outside of gold
speculation, which Is rather excited. The
price advanced to liri, and Is now US. In
stocks there Is nothing of any account do
Ing. Sticet quotations aie as follows :
Central, 80 asked; Ohio and Mississippi, 2.1
f.i28; Pacinc. Mall, 28(S 211: Lake Shoie.ftt
tafiS: Wcslcrn Union Telegiaph, MffisVit
Wabash. 0(S 11: Hock Hand, 8.'!iS81.
A !ll!OKKI!s' I'KIIIIOV,
11 :oll a. in. - A petition has been opened
at Musgrave A Co.'s ofllce by brokeis, re
questing the government committee to open
the stock exchange .Monday,
I p. in. The clearing house committee,
at n meeting to-day, icsolved to Issue loan
certificates to an unlimited amount, The
resolution was pas-ed In leply to the pro
position of the stock exchange leqiiestlng
The hank statement will not he ready
In the petition to the governing commit
tceof thestock exchange the petitioners also
ask that they will order the suspension of
the rule applying to the closing of con
tracts under the rule lor a period ol three
days, ordeilng all panics who have out
standing accounts with members of the
board to margin said atocks on Monday to
the market pi Ice cither by money or satis
factory securities deposited with the piuty
to whom the difference shall be due.
1:10 p. in. --Cold Exchange hank Is all
straight : evcrv statement has been re.
1:10 p. in. There Is a better feeling than
al this time yesterday. Oold'is now lilj.
HIK -SKVV lOliK HANKS CONVIDKM'.
The ollleers of the various batiks con
tlnue to express great confidence in the
strength of their present situation and
ability to come through safely.
Vt-FVIIts IX litis I ON.
The Times' lloslon special snystheie was
more gloom and depression there at
the clo-c of business yesterday than upon
any previous day. Still the banks showed
no sign of weakness.
IIIK sfsl'F.NIlKIl linoKKIis.
The Times also says the friends of Clews
and Howes ic Macy are well satisfied witli
their arrangements for resumption, and the
latter lepoit they received considerable
new deposits yesterday afternoon.
There will Ik- a very perceptible diminu
tion in the export's by to-day's steamers,
and neatly all the competing Liverpool
steamship companies have lowered their
V DK.VII M.VV.s KsT.VIK.
The will of Hcv. A. P. Coinings, opened
at White Plains jesterday, shows he pos
sessed a considerable amount of worthless
stocks and hud .S2T.OO0 In the Union Trust
ST. I.nfls HA VINOs HANKS.
A St. Louis dispatch says most of the
savings hanks promptly met all demands
yesterday, and their deposits exceeded the
amount paid out. Many depositors who
withdrew their accounts deposited again
during the day, and confidence was largely
restored. The volume of business at the
regular hanks has decreased somewhat, but
no one has sitffcied for want of money.
Deposits in these banks have also been in
excess of amount paid out. Altogether
the day closed with an improved feeling
and brighter hopes for the future.
'I UK PANIC IN II.WAN.V.
It was repot led yesterday that the coin
mission hnu.-cs of Zeoldo & Co. and Drain
it Co. in Havana had suspended. Tele
graphic Inquiries to Havana have not yet
SlIK WVSIllXOTON CITY hAVINOs HANK.
Washington, Sept. 27.
The Washington City savings bank is
now in the bunds of a receiver. There are
about two thousand depositors, whose
joint deposits will icach tipwaids of $700,.
000. The assets are supposed to be suffi
cient to cover the entire responsibility of
The secietary of the treasury U no longer
troubled with telegrams of Inquiry from
financial sources. Xo excitement what
ever exists in that department, and the ex
ecutive department is equally ficc from it.
Since the olllclal announcement that the
president and secretary could do nothing
more loicllcve the pecuniary embarrass
ment, no suggestions have been lccclvcd
from any quarter. The treasury is dis
charging all Its business as usual, with no
Interruptions lu any blanch of it, aud all
olllcials are as calm as If there had liccn no
financial storm. An arrangement has lieen
made by which the London house of Jay
Cooke, McCullock A- Co , will honor all
government draft on the Loudon house of
Clews, Hablcth A- Co, Hcyond this there
lias been no change in the agency.
Till'. CIUVIN T ItADK,
Ciiic.voo, Sept, 27 Midnight.
The action of the board of trade In
slopping option sales for the present unci
the conservative action of the inemliers
for thu past few days for voluntarily ab
staining from trading in options, have put
tho grain trade In condition to meet the
worst. There is considerable currency
coining in from the country for invest
ment in grain, which vv 111 aid to lessen tho
stringency. There Is, however, anxious
feeling for Hie future, and intense Interest
felt lu developments of to-morrow. Dis.
patches tromJDubuquc, Iowa, saythoMcr
chants' National bank of that city closes
Its doors tills morning, giving as a reason
the impossibility of procuring currency
from Chicago. Tho Commercial National
bank of the same place continued to pay
out as usual, and though tliem was some
thing of a run during the day their do.
posits nearly equaled wlthdiuwais.
MKVsl'liKS OK HUSTON HANKKHS,
Huston, Sept. 27.
At a meeting of thu liank preiidcuU ol
lids clly, tlds morning, It was decided to
adopt the Xew York plan, that Is to make
only small currency payments and to
Issue ten million dollars of loan certifl
THE MILWAtJKKS BANKS.
Mll.WACKKE, Sept 97.
The rcpoit that the balik9 here "have
suspended payment of sums larger than
two hundred dollars is a mistake. N'o
such action has been taken. The batiks
are doing business as usual, except that
they have stopped advances oh Hie pioditce
until the eastern banks shall be ready lo re
spond, THE C'LKVKI..VSt) HANKS,
Ci.evki.vnii, Sept. 27,
Theie is but little excitement among
business men In financial circles In this city
over the monetary troubles. A feeling ol
confidence ptevalls, and theie Is scarcely a
doubt but what the Cleveland hanks will
get through all light. The savings banks
have adopted the sixty days' notice plan,
meiely as a precautionary measuie.
Dktiioit, Sept. 27.
David Preston & Co, bankers of this city,
resumed business to-day after a suspension
of two days.
TDK llll KIHl HVNKs.
Tot.Ki)"), Sept. 27.
'I he banks of this city passed over yester
day lu good condition. Several of them
aie stronger tlinu at any time since the be
ginning of the run. The single falbiieof
a banking home, Kraus & Smith, has had
les effect than was appichended.
f'liit.vnKi.Piii.v, Sept. 27.
Mntteis aie quiet on Third sheet, the
senility of currency being the only trouble
experienced from the panic. Many large
tnanufactiiiing concerns have, with gtcat
exertions, raised a sufficient amount of cur
rency to pay full wages lo their employes,
while other firms huye been able to pay
only fifty percent, of the wages due,
CIKVIHNO HOfsK ot'Ki:.VIH..
Clticvoo, Sept. 27.
Al a meeting of the clearing hoii.se nsso
elation a committee was appointed to draft
a plan for the Issue of loan c ertificates lo
be used lu the clearing bouse lu settlement
HIK STOCK KVUIVMIK To 11K lll'KNKII TI Ks-
Nkw Yohk, Sept. 27, 2. IS p. m.
The stock exchange will open for busi
ness nt the Usual hour on Tuesday morning.
This announcement Indicates Improved
feeling on the sticet this afternoon, which
lias been biought about by a generally lie
llcvcd lepoit that Com. Ynndcrbilt's bro
kers have to-day effected a general .settle
ment in their heavy stock transactions.
Veiy few transactions this afternoon. The
following ate the latest sticet cash quota
tions : Xew York Central SO; Lake Shore
64; Western Union fi; Pacific Mail 2!);
Hock Island !; C. (.'. and I. C. 20; Union
Pacific 18; Wabash 11. The details of
business for opening the stock exchange
will be arranged nt the meeting of the gov
crning committee Monday morning
HANK COMMIITKK IIKI'OHT.
At a meeting of the bank committee to
day a report was received from the com
mittee to whom was referred the proposi
tion of the committee of the stock ex
change. The first suggestion of the latter
had been anticipated by the action of the
banks and the suggestion that the associate
bank should guarantee payment of cei tilled
checks to the extent of their associated
capital appears lo the bank committee Im
practicable. In answer to another sugges
tion of the stock exchange committee the
banking committee say the proposed modes
of lelief seem to look exclusively to the
convenience and safely of the stock cx
cha ge, w Ithout comprehending danger nnd
inconvenience involved to the bank.
The dealing house committee have de
cided hcicaftcr not lo make public the
amount of loan ceitllicates issued.
A special tiom Louisville says the Ger
man Insurance, .Masonic savings, German
Central savings, and Western banks have
temporarily suspended. There is no inn
on oilier banks. I be Louisville banking
comp.iny bus nlso suspended.
VKK.vilis in I'lllr.viio.
A Chicago special says the Third Xn-
tlonal bank is repotted dosed and nothing
doing on change.
Washington, Sept. 27.
The rejHirt of Hie receiver of the first na
tloual bank shows that one hundred thou
sand dollars the atnuunt of surplus -will
cover Its losses from milking on its loans
and discounts. If the Indebtedness of Jay
Cooke A Co. is paid In full Its capital -lock
will be unimpaired.
MOIIK II vi:d I'Vsll.
London, ."sept. 27
The steamship Java, which sailed from
this poit for X'ew York to-day, look iTiOO,
000 In bullion.
M viiiui), Sept 27
General Cohatt and Minister Mal.ouavo
were enthusiastically received bv' the
The efforts of the foreign consuls to pre
vent tho bombardment of the cily by the
insurgent men-of-war. Admiral Yclvcilon
declined to go bcyoud thu instructions re
ceived from London, which were to main
tain an Independent position. All the mer
chant shipping left the port and outside
the Hiitlsli licet was moored in the liailior
on thu right and thu French on the left and
eleven other lorclgn men-of-war occupied
the centre Inside these lines the rebel
Iron dads took up position and prepared to
bombard tho place.
The bomburdmcut commenced i"i o'clock
this (Saturday) morning, and live hundred
projectiles, some tilled with petroleum
were thrown Into the city and meat dam.
age done, and several edifices air In mills.
Viffluousa's file was returned from tho
forls and batteries on the shore with effect
for at tho end of several bom's tho rebel
Iron dads slipped cable and withdrew in u
damaged condition. Minister MaUouuvc
telegraphed at noon to-day that the Imiiiv
bardment had ended, and declared that It
wasu wanton outrage, which should lo
held up to tho reprobation of Europe.
Men-of-war Victoria and Alunmiiza, re
cently released by tho Hrltlsh, will be ills,
patched to the relief of Allclnte.
Xkw Yohk, Sept. 27.
John Moian, brakeman on the Hudson
Itlver railroad, fell under t'jo train yester
day, and his bend was severed from the
'V --- "' J' --1 "
I Latest Financial.
LocisviLLt, Sept. 27.
The following bank? suspended payment
temporarily to-day : German Hank, Ma
ionic savings bank, Western bank. German
Insurance bonk, Louisville Hanking Co.,
German savings bank, nnd Central salngs
bank. The rim on these bank" has been
teadlly Increasing for thico days, All
have abundant icsourccs. Other bunks
have heavily drawn on the suspended banks
All the savings Institutions nre owned
chiefly bv Germans.
I.ini.K Hock, Sept. 27.
Tin; money panic continued to-day.
Xever In the history of the city has money
been so stlingcnt. It is Impossible to get
any money witli any soil of collate tals.
Cltto.voo, Sept. 2..
People generally are taking matters veiy I
'quietly and there seems to be considerable
confidence among bankers that with put.
dent management nnd no further trouble
E.ist they will be able to pull through.
Cincinnati, Ohio, Sept. 27.
The day has passed quietly In financial
and commercial circles. There vv as post, j
tlvely an improved feeling among all j
classes. Prices on change stiffened ma
terially, and some articles brought higher
figures than since the panic. A number
ol banks have announced that they would
pay all currency checks against new
cnnciicy deposits, nnd ceitlfy checks
against deposits lu checks, A fair amount
of ciinencyhas been paid to mechanics
and manufactmeis for wages, and no
gicat dissatisfaction was expicsscil by any
one, A much healthier tone has prevail
ed, and gicatly Increased hopefulness has
been manifested on all sides.
IT DI'lll iJI K.
Dl'iirijPK, I., Sept. 27.
The Commercial Xatioual ii.uik is the
only national bank In this clly that is meet
ing all demands in full in currency. The
Merchants' National ISauk has suspended.
The First Xatioual Hank is paving in bills
receivable and small amounts ol currency.
The run on the Get man Sayings Hank and
the Peoples' Savings' Hank has subsided,
VI I'lllt VbKI pin v.
I'lill ADKt Pill v. Sept. 27.
A committee of Hie stock board had a
conference this altcrnoou with the bank
presidents, al whic h the latter stated that it
was not the Intentions ol banks to foicc
any securities upon the niaiket and they
would not do anything that would tend to
cause a decline of securities of the slock
Citit'Atio, Sept. 27.
The clearing house association heldau ad
journed meeting last night. The committer
appointed on Friday night to consider and
report a plan, submitted two reports
which were essentially the same, the only
difference being that one recommended the
adoption of the X'ew York plan In all its
details; w bile the otlict recommended the
adoption of something similar to it. After
a prolonged discussion both reports were
tabled by a majority vote. The .situation
here is therefore essentially unchanged.
Considerable currency arrived yesterday, a
large portion of which went into the banks
and tlicie has Iwn no m-iioii- drain upon
either national or savings institution1'.
Some suspended banks prnnil.so early re-
sumption, and only one, the .Manufac
turers' Xatioual admits it will go into
liquidation and this will pay dollai for dol
From New York.
Xkw Yohk, Sept. 2i.
t'lie steamship Maine from Hi emeu.
The specie shipment to Europe to-day
amounts to ?lri:i,7iil.l t, of winch .toO.OOO
is in gold coin mid the rest silver bars.
The total Imports for the week is silO,-
002,480, of which 17,404,702 was tncrclian
ilbe, and ;l,437,7(i(l dry good. The am-
outil of dry goods maikclisl w.i SlI.ROfi,.
l III I.Li: V on A sIKAMKH.
Francis J. Woiih, tor neatly two years
receiver of the Market Saying bank, die 1.
us reported, of cholera on the Ville
Havre. The steamer reached bete .ve-ler-
day, and was iUiirantiliisl by the health
olllcials preparatory lo overhauling. Mr.
Worth had been traveling In Europe
his health, and wmtc to Ids father here
from I'aiis sonic slv mouths since, com.
plaining of n severe attack of cholera,
ci rv vi.i'VIIon.
All investigation proves that the tax
books of this city have been tampered with
since first made up. Many houses on pro
mlucnt avenues lielng tacd by the new fig
ures at only i8,000 while the valuation of
theClrandOpcralIou.se, which, sold for
over iv million dollars, has been reduced lo
IIIHCVN KM'LOHIM) KM'KHI I ION.
A Idler from Allien llu-liliell, dated
(taboon, Africa, Aug. llli, lo president
Daly of the American geographical society
stales that the Herman exploring expedi
tion left for the Interior with the Intention
of crossing and establishing eoiiitHUidea
tlim between the eastern and we-teni oast
of Africa. The English Llylngton relief
expedition was as St. Salvador arrived at
the capital of Angolo The French ex
pedition is at Inengii on tho Oaovl river.
Thu amount of money which will be
brought into. the mat ket . by the uction of
secretary of the treasury In paying lutcresj
on coupon and registered IriihIs is estimated
at ten millions on coupons, but ns most of
these bunds aieluidin Europe the relief
from them will not tie felt for some time.
Tho amount which will result from pay
ment of Interest on registered bonds will be
almul four million dollars. The registered
Isinds are nearly all held lu lids country,
The president of tho First Xatioual bunk
here says that the immedlata resumption of
spedo payment on (ho ground that such ac
tiou will immediately add alghty million
dollars of positive 'relic; to the currency of
Arrived, Hatavla, from Liverpool.
Immigrant arrivals for tho past were
At a meeting of tbo reform association
lat night It was stated that 24,000 voter,
of tills city wcro members,
Resolutions were adopted denounclsy
the manner which the office of 'the nhtilfi
Ii run fees which amount to more tbiuu
the new 91ary of the president, and de
nmnd that competeint and honest mm
shall Ik; In each assembly district appointed
to confer with the bar association, aud
other iioii-purtlau organizations upon
Xew Yohk, Sept. 27,
It is believed that John Creep, now ,'n
State prison at Chailcstnwn, Mass., who
confessed beiug accessory to the murder
of John Graham, In Long Island, was
also one of the party who shot and robbed
Mr. Nash, editor of the South Xorwalk
Ffiitlnrt lat March at West Port, Conn.
Haling nt Prospect Park.
Xkw Yohk, Sept. 27.
At Prospect park course yesterday two
races wrre trotted. In the first race, lor
!1,000, mile heats, were eleven stntlers.
The first heat was won by Everett Hoy ;
second heat by MUs .Miller, when a pro
test was entered by the gentlemen connect
ed with the course against the apparent
Jockeying of the driver and owner of the
iinrsc Hopeful. The dllvcrof the latter
horse was then changed by the judges, and
Hopeful won tho race lu the three last
heats, Time, 2.20, 2.27, 2.2.1.
The time of the tltst two heats by other
horses wn'S.SO, 2.1)2. The horse Hopeful,
his owner and dtlver wcie ruled Cafter the
race) off all tracks recognized by the Na
tional Association forever.
The second race, mile heats, for !J,(i0ti,
was won by Cnninrs, beating Sensation
wlio won the tlrst two heats in 2.20J and
2.24, Huntress, W. II. Allan and Garelle,
the two latter distanced. Time, '.2:l,
nil o 01:1
The Midland Railroad Accident.
Xkw Yohk, Sept. 27.
Later intelligence shows that the Injuries)
received by some of the employes on the
Midland road In yesterday's accident wcie
more serious than llr-t pronounced by tho
exaining physician. John Kelley, engi
neer of the passenger train, Albert Meniner,
cniplovcd as fireman of the freight
engine, Patrick Corroll, head brakeman of
the passenger train, and John McKeil, the
Erie station agent, who was on the train,
wcie repented dving from their injuries
during the night. Gilbert, the freight train
conductor, whose watch wes behind time,
and who persisledlngolng forvvatd, though
vv urned not to do .so, has disappeared since
the accident. He had been in the employ
of the company since the opening of the
road. Thieves endeavored to rob tne
wrecked trains. The loss in rolling stock
to the company is estimated nt eighteen
thousand dollars. Trains nre running as
Payment of Coupons.
Washinoton. Sept. W.
The United States coupons, maturing
Xov. 1st, will Ik- paid on nnd after Mon
day, Sept. 211, upon a rebate of Interest at
a rale of li per cent, tier rntium.
vm York I'roouee .TlnrKi-i.
Nkw Yokk, Sept. 2,.
Cotton Market l quoted. nt K'.c. for ne
Flock Market tscpioted lower. ItecelplsC,uoo
bids, sales 4,0i)0 bbls. superfine state and Wes
tern nt (ft.20iaa.SQ; common to choice extra
state (O.S.VT.no; common to choice extra Wes
tern M.2KaT.10; common to choice 1,'. ft. Ci.
ItvB FI.OCH. Market Is qiilct. sales ssl
ClitAiN. Market dull and drooplmr. Receipts
151,000 bit. Sales ftl,ooo bu. at l.-to for No. 2 Chi
essro ; I.4IW 1.4a tuv lovvo spring. Contracts for
TS.ooo bu No. 2 Milwaukee, Oct., at 1.45 were
Itvi: The niaiket Is quoted as very iiulel,
ltecelpts (i,oo ) bush. Sales no bush, W'esl.
Cons Market Is linn. Receipts of s9,(ti
bushels. Sales oC.,hi bushels, sales SS.Ouo bu
at l(.ift3c tor steamer mixed Western; C4a
ro for sail mixed Western; C'aC0 for light
Mixed and vllniv.
ilvKLKV. The market Is at talr rexuesl.
ltecelpts o.ooo bushels. Sales lo.oou bu. 4-rovved
state Lake Shore to arrive Oct. l.MUnt 1.45.
Oats. Market quoted dull, ltecelpts 15,0uo
bushels. Sales 24,0oo bush, nt 4s.sr.2e for new
Western mixed; 52'aMe for white Western;
Csia.Me. for new black Western.
I IPkovisioss. Pork Is quoted as Jqulet. Sub",
no bbls. ut ltT.25ffll7.Mi) tor new mess; forolil
mess, lleef quoted quiet. The market for cui
meats Is quoted quiet.
1. vltn. Market Is quoted us dull. Sales no
tierces S"4c for old steam; B',c tor kettle lend
dered. Ill'TTKU. The market Is quoted at S0g5.v, for
lair to prime halMtrklus.
ciieksk. Cheese Is quoted at 12,(a1So. ror
fair to prime state factory.
Wiiiskky. Tim market Is quoted at Ob. Use
ist trillion free.
Hons. The market Is quid and quoted at !t
i.,:uv ror fresh.
I'KTKOI.KCH. Is quoted Ht A4laS'.C. fOrCflHlJ
Ibwone for retlned.
covu Domestic Is quolCtl ai VWSa O..VI
im'I Ion ner cap'o.
1 lil.KvriifR.Malket qubt andjstcady. Huenos
' T. IMA ll....t.. 1lr.l.t ,.T liufllC ,Mlt,l
ip'ioled at 2T.',(.!aiii'. California do nt ftCkauoo.
imiuj uncluiiiired. Texas wa;r. Colorado
i It E E It T V It X E It
tii WALL STI'F.KT, NKW VOKK,
oner for sale all the various irrad'-s of Kedued
stiirurof Superior Oiiallt) at the Low est Market
Prices. A siqwrlor quality of White suifar f..r
Confectioners use. Also,
I STANIUItl) rltl'Slll.l),
STAN DA III) OH.VNn.ATEI,
WHITE f'OFFEE A,
l.OFFEE EXTHA C
I ;aii.1 the lorr ttiade-of
r : . i. o ii' s v o a n
Order lo lie. uddressed b, our unrui Hi Nrx
Vork, Tii Wall Street, Cor, rem I.
Parties orderlnir lo barrels can have Ibc-ui us.
Tidtsts Tldrty dav, or Cash lu ; d o, Irs-,
tf per cent, discount,
E. O. HAXTElt,
L T Oh AI A U K E T,
UUNTON i HAYWAltll
All kinds of Meats,
Fish, VeuHuble auil
ri uuh in iu?ir hrnson,
Klngsley & Sprairue's Hlock, MercUanU'. now,
mm Idem '
0 It A 1 E 8
U. W. MAltHIIALL'8.