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uhf iluttoml Daily (31ok.
rri.Miw. uitoiikr H. isra.
V'tlVll, A bKIMHtl'IlL" Of 'tll.ll.fi.
milXS AlllilVK AT KCTLANP.
rain Bi . 1'nlls, tsw to.) n. in., S.S0
. .'i p. in.
mirliii.r ii 1J.4) "11 jSj a m., l'iiW.c ft:n
" roit ll u:, "IliM n. in
l)ennm.;i'in, tlsnil p. m U.vo "9:fJp
" SarntoM, "11:15 n. in., 9.00 p. in.
" Salem, iiw & ts:30 u. in., ta:io .1 itnn p. m.
tiui.is lkavt. ncTf-iMn.
it tlellows l'all", 1J:C0 t4:3'j a, in., '18:10 18:00
iiurltnzton, U43A iSMOn. in., "i.-eo A f!:ii5p.
l'ori H im.tsvvp, in.
i iinlngton, i:::0i & "J:!0 n. In., K tr.ss p. in.
'ii.iiti.un, 6:0) n. in., '&!, p. in.
Salein, Hit): tamo n. in., "l:0uC 15.00 p. In.
M .11 Train f Mixed.
Hurl ni int. nsion way, r.03 a. in., and imi p. in.
ftast Til wm, it. 40 n. m
Tr.ij wny, 14.40 p. in.
'Iroy, vi in p. m., 3.8D p. tn., nnrt o.so p. in.
Mlvm , 12.10 p. in., a.) p. in., nnil .& p. in
notion, 11.40 n. in., nuil u..r p. m.
O.ltl.ldas, 1.15 p. m.
N ortlurn way, 2.00 p. hi. .
II vrllngton, 2.1H) p. in. niul iO) p. in.
Ha -atom wn, 3.30 p. III.
xb v York, 3.i)0 p. 111. ami o.so p. m.
C01 hcctl"ut ltlcr way, 9.30 p. in.
iv nadstock wnv, (stage) l.no p. 111,
Chittenden, (Tuesdays and Nntuidnysi 3.rp. in.
Mnckbrldgc c-i.igi , l.W p. in.
Ilarlcm Kitcnsion way, ?.5s p. m.
Kastern was , 2.20 p. m.
'l'mi Ufiv. n. in.
O'i'ov , 1,40 .1. m., 11.15 11. 111. unit 4.55 p. tn
Tnfjuy, 11.45 n. in., 1.55 una 9.10 p. m.
iiost'Jl, M0 0. ani1 P' m-
1 anad.is, 12.40 n. in.
Nuriue. v, 11.32 a.m.
Darlington, 12.40 and 11.32 n. in.
Saratoga way, 11.45 n. m.
Now York, 11.45 n. m. nnd 4.55 p. 111.
Connecticut Itlvor wny, 8.45 p. in.
Woodstock way, (stage) ll.K n. 111.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays nnd Saturday a U'.sn a.m.
stockunugo (stagei, iskwi p. in,
"Malls will 1)0 promptly closed nt I he spccl-
flcedhour': all letter) ifcpoMlod in the street
ii'.vne t-ni 1m collected nt 8.15 and 11.110 a. tn
12.10. I.jJ, 3.05 nnd last collection for nil ntgnt
mails, at WW p. in. All letter) deposited In 1I10
Letter not at tlm Depot will bo collected liy
Houto Agents uvo niiiiiiie, ihciious iu nn'uc
pai'tum of each mail train
IIASMKS HKItK AM) THEItE.
The sun tcts to-night at fi:22 ; rises to
morrow morning at 0:12.
The marriage of a certain town olllcial Is
One after another the most of embalms
ing symptoms of the panic aic hnpplly pass
How to make homo attractive Itead I(.
G. Kingslcy's ailvcrti'cmcnts.
Prepare for winter, and In doing to read
W. E. Hoss' advertisement of great lcdttc
lion In prices of boots and shoes at Xo. fi
The work on tbo new fi eight depot Is
going on rapidly.
The Rutland merchant:) aro leeching
their fall good.) and business is lively.
Watklns & Cady aro to sell at miction
O.. 1 . . 1 .1. ..!... ,.f -1...1.
oil o.uiuuay i"uniiig!i uiui muuk hi i imii-
In,, nnil f il.-nkliltTr irnniU. A rnre rliannn
is offered un il the 1st of Jnnuary for buy
ers. Tlic valuable Iioru known lis "Sleepy
John" owned hyRUey Deming. ofliraiulon
died of hcait disease on Sunday last.
The demand for money orders at tho
various postolllcca has largely Increased
within the past few week'.
Au Irish child was urn over at the corner
of Merchants Row nnd Ccnler street yes
terday afternoon by : horse and light
earralge that n gentleman was driving
along. As the child displayed considerable,
living power after the accident, serious
consequences nrc not uiitHpaU'd.
A man lecently bet that he could draw n
crowd of 103 together nt the corner of
Wales and Center street Inside of live
minutes, and did it by n dog light.
There seems to be no end to tho deter
mination nor the icsources of our Rutland
merchants lu making their customers com
fortable, contented and happy through tho
present fall and coming winter. If you
don't IHicvc it lake n look among our
The Bennington Manner says : One of
our manufacturers calling upon Ron. T.
W. Park, President of Xoilu IScnnington
Ranlc, a few days since to enquire "what
nrc wo agoing to do for currency to pay
our help, since all tbo banks arc withhold
ing It?" Mr. Park icplled, "I cannot bay
what other banks may do, or how other
towns may suffer, but I ih know that in
this as In other monetaiy panics the Xoith
Renulngton bank will bo supplied with the
currency to cnablo Its manufacturing cus
tomers to pay their operatives." Which
comforting assurance is well worth making
a note of.
An exchange says i Tho piazza mound
th8 fall stylo of gentlemen's boots Is a little
broader than thobo built in the summer.
They me fiist rate snow shoveli.
Ira X. Havwood, who has so long been
wnployed nt the Yt. Asylum for the Insane
as head farmer, has relinquished his pnn
lion thcic. nnd removes to Ludlow.
Xcw Ilampshlio pcoplo wMi that some
of the neighboring churches in crniont
would hold two services each Sabbath, in
stead of one. bo tho gray equlncl could
enjoy one day's rest in tho week.
The common council of Pouglikcepsle,
In view of tho defeat of tho appropriation
nsked for, have dismissed l ho police lorce.
shut off the street lights, stopped all labor
on tho public works nnd fenced in all dan-
gero is streets and bridges. A foolish city
to refuse proper protection to Its citizens.
Rutland has been through tho operation,
and by this time is probably satisfied of
tho danger, nnd ill wisdom of not voting
sufficient appropriations to protect lis peo.
Tho Estcy organ company f Ilrattle.
bwo have a largo variety of instruments at
the Cincinnati exposition, now in prog.
The Windsor county .Mutual liiu In
suranco company have adopted a new and
Important ruin In tbo matter of building
risks, policies on which will lie issued on
prepayment nt the rate of Sin month on
each 81,000 Insured.
An effort Is now being made to secure
tho services of Rev. J F Stone, formerly
of Danby, as acting pastor of tho Congic
gational church lu Illghgato for another
Tlio worst feature of the panic Is tho ills
charge of men In manufacturing establish.
mcnts, on the approach of whiter and run
nlng upon half time. This will, it Is
feared, Involve much suffering.
Rev, D P Hiilburd of Willlsloii, preached
on Sunday evening last nt trinity (Mctli.
odlst) church, Sprlngllcld, Mass., of which
his son Rev. -Merrltt Hulhiird Is I lie talent-
ed nnd popular pastor.
It Is estimated that 2,000,000 werespent
lu cut flowers and house-plants at retail In
New York city, last yenr.
nrii.wn cot ntt cot fit, HRpTcuutn teusi,
Hon lloyt II. Wheeler, Clitef Judge.
Hon, IsancC. Whcaton,) Awlstant
Hon. Hid Ilolllstcr, Judge?.
Hcnrv II. Smith, Cleric
William M. Field, Shcrill.
Mosdat, Oct. 13,
Xo 101 Gcorgo W Warren vs Brandon
Manufnctuilng Company. Verdict for tlio
plaintiff, 310,551. Exceptions by both
parties. Cans.; removed to tho Supreme
Court. Front, Simons nnd Walker for
plaintiff j Ormsbcc and Brlsss, E J Fhclpi
Xo 170 W II Congdon va John Daily,
Judgment on report for plaintiff. Excep
tions by defendant. C II Joyce for plain
tiff, Walker nnd Goddaid for defendant.
Xo 100-Clark Smith s A J, Kellogg &
Co. .ludirineut for plaintiff, dumagcs $10.
C II Joyce for plaintiff, Dromlcy it Clark
Xo 207 Case and Clicucy vs John .M
Dyer. Judgment for plalntlfTs, damages
8124.90. Exccptieno by defendant. .1 Q
Hawkins for plaintiff, Fiout, .Simons and
Walker for defendant.
Xo HOI E I) Kcycs A Co a John M
Dyer. Judgment for plaintiffs, damages
S033.03. I'.xcepllons by tho defendant.
Edgeiton AXicholson for plaintiff, Front,
Simons nnd Walker for defendant.
Statu vs Herbert Downs, larceny. Ilomls
Slate vs John Collins, lewdness. Defen-
dant did not nnpe.tr nnd bis bonds were
called. 1'iank J Hale and Henry I, Olea
son, Frederick llKstman, It It Thrall.
Amount of bonds .30.
Xo 2S3-A M Grlnin vs W I Gilsoii.
Xonsnit erased on terms ihat plalntifT pay
rots of nonsuit, and cao continued.
Xo 303-1'oiter Howe va I. F Goodrich.
Tresspass. On tilal. Warren II Smith for
plaintiff, Dunton and Vcacy for defend
ant. The rourt will probably romplelo lis
business for the term to-day.
The docket was called on Saturday, nnd
the following decisions nntl orders" weic
Xo 1 I) P R'irtlett s U A finl:, nrm.
iNo2 Elijnli Smith vs administrator of
I. Read; discontinued by order of court.
Xo 3 Morris II Cook vs Darw In ll.illnnl
judgment to account, J. 11. Hromley ap
pointed auditor: report next term, or non
suit. Xo -1 Daniel Raillett vs estate of Deliv.
erancc Rogers; discontinued.
Xo 8-F W. Hopkins vs Thrall A Siullh;
JsoD John Jackson ... Lucius I'nrl.
Xo 10 Alexander li.uton vs. Abraham
Adams; discontinued by order of court.
Xo 1:1 J Sit K A Abbot vs Addison
ISur k: defaulted.
Xo IS John A Orr vs Lewis Lincoln:
report next tcim or non-sult.
Xo 23 Jacob Tuft vs John O Xeuell; dis
continued by order of court.
P.o20 II R Grecno et id vs Town of
Rutland, petition for a road; report next
term or petition dismissed.
Xo Ul John liroderiek. bv next friend.
vs Alonzo Pratt; discontinued.
X'o 40 F Claim & Son vs Win II lioiidr
discontinued without cost.
Xo 10 JasK Ren am n vs R P. Walker.
replevin; discontinued by agreement.
No 151 Thrall it Vaugban vs Executor
of Jnmes Porter; di.-coniinued; cost tode.
leniiant ny agreement.
im (.) ) Jv tjiaves vs .1 u Hughes, ac
Xo nil John Xcwnian et id vs A
Xo 02 Georcc Urine vs John I) Hanra-
lian, book account; discontinued.
Xo ().'! Wm. Dver vs Town of Claren
don ; discontinued.
Xo 7! Chester MoWlthcv vh Alonzo
Xew, trespass; non-suit.
Xo. 72 McKisson it Roberts vs Hanr.v
han s; Co, hook account; discontinued.
io iij town otKittlaiulv.sScneca.il.
Dorr et al; discontinued.
Xo 7(1 Shepherd, Davis i: Co. vs. Dud
ley it Xorlli, note; judgment for plain-
No 8.) Brandon Manufactitrlmr Co vs
A A Fiazer & Co: iudsrmeut for nlaln-
tlff, exceptions by defendant.
Xo 90-Tlios b. Gilson vs L II Willard;
judgment for plaintiff; damages 06 by
Xo 02-E D Humnhicvi5 Co vs R G
Williams & Co; discontinued.
Xo 03 Melendv. Dexter & Co vs Mar.
cus M Albee, ussumpsit; discontinued.
ao vit riieno n bcoit et al vs ttarvey
Howe, replevin; judgment for plalntilt
one cent damage, nnd one cent damages
for defendant; cost proportioned between
xo lUf xattonai mm; ot i'oiutney vs
Hydo Wcstovcr, assumpsit ; judgment
on lepoit for defendant.
Xo 105-Xatlonal Rank of Poultncy v.s
Fcrrand Parker, assumpsit ; judgment on
report for plaintiff.
No 109 National Rank of Sprlngllcld
vs George W. Rallou, assumpsit ; non
suit. Xo 113 Men ill Clark vs Willard
Parker and Cl.uk, assumpsit ; judgment
on leport against Parker, and judgments
for defendants Willard nnd Clark.
Xo 110-Maitln Hyde vs E L Pendle
ton, assumpsit ; discontinued.
No 121-P R Callahan vs W W Kelley,
assumpsit ; discontinued.
Xo 122 S II Langdon vs Admlnistra
tor of Henry Langdon ; judgment tin le
port of Tannnt Sibley, auditor for plain
tiff ; to be certified to tlio probate comt
for Fairhavcn district.
No 129 National Slato Company v.s
Williams mil Tuttle j judgment for plain
tiff. No 133 E A Provou vs itcubcn Puf
fer ; continued.
No 77 Administrator of George W
Stiong vs E Foster Cook, ejectment ;
No 133 D R Stafford VH Thomas Staf
ford, petition for protection ; dicontlnueil.
No 1311 S A Thompson vs M Rurton ;
No2l8-F A Shattacli vs Thomas S
Gibson ; jiidstnent for plalntilt : damages
Nol88-IIydo Wcstovcr vs 11D West
over ; judgment for plaintiff ; trustee dis.
No KS9-Maryi: Wood vs W W Kelley;
No HI Reuben Puffer v.s E A Priest ;
No lt'J-Gates R Rarnard vs Michael
Kelley, assumpsit ; discontinued.
No 1(52 Chuiles.Clcment et nls vatown of
Rutland; petition for a road i petition
dismissed with costs.
No 1f,3 Jnmes Connelly vs G W
Swctt & Co; judgment for plaintiff.
No 151 J Fltzpatrlck vs George W
Swctt & Co; discontinued with cotts.
No 100 Kphrium G ilulett vs Daniel
A Edgcrtoii, assumpsit , discontinued.
. No 103-Hlchard E Lloyd vs Helen
Cook trover j non-sult.
No 101 Administrator of John L Marsh
vs John K Marsh, assumpsit , dlscontln
tied. No 102 Kiernan Mooncy vs G W Swctt
ifc Co j discontinued with costs.
No 101 Fcrrand Parker vs National
Rank of Foultney, assumpsit i judgment
on leport for plaintiff. Allowed to ko off
set, against judgment of bank of Foultney,
lu No. 108. Execution for icinalndcr.
No 10fl-Isaac II Balch vfl Eddy b Ran
No 177 ZachuryClatk vn Fred A Bhat
tuck, aswmpilt; discontinued.
Xo 18.jJohn 1J Spalding vs I. W Spnld-
Ing. jr. 1 discontinued
E W Wilson .t Co vn A C nia's.
del t Iiulemcnt. on rcnort. for n a nt nf,
No 190 Adnins Mauufnctuilug Co., vs
A Manchester j assumpsit. Non suit for
want of ball.
No 101 Martin V Rackus vs Admlnls-
trator of Gurdon liackus i rcnort accented
Homestead set out In accordance with re
port, nnd to bo certified to tho Probate
Court for the district of Rutiaud.
No 103-Wlillam F Barbe.- vs Knlcker
bockcr Manufacturing Co. i judgment for
No 200 Delaware nnd Hudson canal
company vs T McXflinara; judgment ot
plalntlft for possession, one cent damage
No 202- Dc.awaio and Hudson canal
company v.s Hydcvlllccompany j judgment
for plaintiff for possession ; ono cent
Xo 202 Delaware nnd Hudson canal
company vs Alexander Sweeney; eject
ment j possession, with one cent damage
No 207 Spincrr Harvey vs R M Cope
land, et al ; ussumpsit, judgment for plain
No 210-Rcnlaniln F Huff, et al. vs I) h
Sawyer, assumpsit; discontinued.
xo yiy u it t.awrenco vs llhtir 1
I'agc, assumpsit j discontlntteil.
No 213 John K Loonaid v.s R II Thrall
Xo 217 Pratt & Ucntwovlh vs Slenhen
G Slaley, botk nccottut; judgment for
plaintiff according to stipulation
Xo 225-Sophla 11 Grilllih vs William
Fierce, ejectment j discontinued.
No 229 W S & II II Eihli-va dim
ming Raker & Co.t judgment for plain-
No 230 Nathan Fiancls v.s Hiram
Francis, ussumpsit, judgment for plain
llff i damages $1,700 73 ; execution stayed
j unfi niiur me nsiiuj m me court.
No 231-Cyiel W Gieen va William
cwpon, ucspass inseoniiniieii,
No 237 R Goodileb vs Albert Poller,
Slm.rV 1mVi"lUs AW ""'H -
Xo 2.i!) Howe machine company vs R
F Field judgment for plaintiff; no wllnes)
fj li,.,i '
s? n.n Vi
Xo 212 Alanson Allen, et id. p Town
of Caslleton, petition fur a road. A L
Miner IIpM Unllisler I'll liml.ni ,.
...li 1 ' iioiiisiei, 1. liiinon, com-
Repoit filed, cxceptlois to icport. The
leport ie.eon.mil.ed to commlss ers to
repoit If the load is ns beneficial to Foult
ney ns if laid on the town Hue.
X'o 213 Aimslrong Rrothcrs v.s A W
Darker, ussumpsit ; defaulted trustee
charged nccordii g 1 1 dti los. r .
X'o 211 Castletoii national hank vs A W
Dai kcr, assumpsit ; defaulted.
X'o 215 Caslleton national bank s A W
Darker, assumpsit ; defaulted.
Xo 2.'!0 Admlnistralorof Lew Is Relknap
v.s E II Gilswold, et al.; discontinued.
Xo 232 .1 D Diomley vs Horace G
Wood, tiuslee illschaiif'il without cosi nnd
Xo 2j3 llliam O Riown v Douglass .1!
Sattcilee, Assumpsit; iiidirmcnt for plain
tiff. xo 230 C.irbirry Carroll vs Jcs.-cL lill
No 237 Silas L (.'air ? K II Grl-wohl;
Xo 239-Ciiaffeo it Ilarger vs 'I' C
llranch: judgment on repoit for plaintiff;
Xo 203 C M Co.xvsTownof Fairhavcn;
judgment for plaintllV.
Xo 201 Orln T Cross n Albert Raird,
book account: discontinued.
Xo 205 X II Churchill -.s Cyiel W I
Green; discontinued. ,
X'o 272 Peter Dolau ,-, Vcimont Sla'.e
and Alum Co. Assumpsit; discontinued.
No 273-Henry R Dyer vs Hugh G
Hughes, Assumpsit ; juilirment for plain-!
tiff; damage i?33.02. ' I
No271-AXDuikec vs Thnnns S Gil-I
son. Trover; discontinued. '
Xo 273 O Edmunds vs Administrator
of Ira Edmunds; nilniiiiisrators:iccountal
lowcd necording to report; decico of Pro
bate Com l nlllrmed ns to advancements.
X'o 270 K W Emerson vs Jeny J Lis
ban; judgment for plaintiff; clerk to nswc5.11
X'o 277 John Engrcm v.s Village of Rut
land; deinuner sustained; judgment for de
fendant; exceptions by plaintiff.
Xo 279 Jonas II Fiench vs Hawaiian it
Xo 231-C II Garrison vs V, F Perkins;
judgment for plaintiff.
No23 A M Grlllln v.s W J Gilson; non
No 231 Nathan J Green vsE A Hillings;
No 283-W C Guernsey vs A W Raiker;
No 233 Samuel I lay ward vs Solomon
W Jcivett; judgment tor plaintiff.
No 293 Samuel Hay ward vs Thomas S
No 291 .Tcsso Hinds vs Theadore Cary;
Tiespass; discontinued by appointment of
No 293 Hopkins Hortou vs Town ot
No 291-Rilcy Hull vs James L ICetch;
judgment for plalnlilf.
Xo 293 W S Ilumphicys v.s ndminlslrn
tor of R V Marsh; discontinued.
No 309-W II Lord vs Mt Holly and
Shrewsbury, petition for a road, W C Dun
ton, Judah 11 Rounds, and JcssisL Hillings,
commissioners: leport of c miniiFsiouers
and road established.
X'o 312 Mclvhson t Robbins v Han
rahan it Lj'slon, liook nccouut; judgment
for plaintiff according to stipulations;
damages S575.l l
No 810 Andicw J Mend v.s Horace G
Clark ct id, assumpsit; discontinued.
No 319 E J Ormsbco vs A J Ketcbum
et nl; judgment for the phiiniill': damages
X'o 320 Jno R Rcaman vs Albert A.
Clark; judgment for the plaintiff.
No. 322 National Rank of Foultney vs
Albert A Cl.uk, ussumpsit; judgment for
No 323 National Rank of l'oultucv
vs. Wesley Carpeutcr; discontinued.
Xo 321 National Rank of Poultncy vs
Chas 11 Slason, assumpsit; judgment for
Xo 32S C S Pioctor vs Alonzo W
li.ii leer: defaulted.
No 330 Reman D Prcfcton vs Dai win
Dow, tiespass; discontinued.
Xo 31U Sillimon it Co vs Adams it
Pepper; discontinued ns to Pepper.
No 315 T II Taylor vs Drandon C'hccso
and 1 Sutter Co; discontinued.
Xo 318 Joseph N Wolcott ys Farmers'
Mutual Fire Insurance Company; discon
tinued. No 333 Daniel Wing, overseer, vs
Amos Williams; appeal dismissed without
cost, to be certified to Probate Com t.
No 330-Moses E Vnil vs E M Crosby,
No 357- Isaac J Villi vs N II Churchill,
No 300 Rosa Vincent v.s Di inn McKcan;
No 372 Warren Rico ve John Orr;
judgment ior planum ny agreement.
No 373-D It Smith vs J W Har
No 371 David Welhcibco vs J M Wcth
cjbec; judgment on icport $17.23.
No :I77 Riihoir it Livingston vs D
No 379-Rotheliild it Stern vs D Freed
man; judgment on report for plaintllf.
No 387 ED Reyes & Co vs Mansfield it
No 338-D M Chase vh D A 111 J Rich
No 390-U Ncaring vs George X Rriggs;
No 391 Nathan Francis vs Hiram Fran
395-Albert O Pottervslllrtun W Lewis;
No l!90-Albcrt M Adams vs Aldcn R
No 397 Albert N Lake vs T P McQualn;
judgment for plaintiff, county clerk to as
sess on notice; trustee chargeable accord
ing to disclosure.
No. 398-Lcv! G Klngstey vs Geo W
No 430 In luHmcline A Hardy i dlcnn.
No 401 Adams it Allen against Elijah
Carter, judgmcU for plnlntilfi damaflS
$.700 by iigiL'cmeut, execution to Issue, 'ru
MlLY GL033E, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER U, 1878.
Sr.'.'Enn Accident Peter Terrier, n
teamster, living 011 the old turnpike, while
at-worl: for JtrV Charles Clement, at Ccn
tor Rutland, yesterday, unloading timber
from his wagon, a large, slab fell upon his
leg, breaking It below tbo knee. Ho was
at once conveyed to his home, nnd proper
medical assistance rendeicd.
Everybody and everything Is getting
icady for tho Centennial celebration and
The hotel keeper, Vantje, Is preparing to
feed the crowd.
The Raptlst Society aic going to set a
table on tlio grounds each da, the pro
ceeds to go to discharge n church debt.
Various other side shows on the tapis.
Thochaliman of the finance committee,
Mr. Charles E. Hill, has been putting foith
extra exertions to raise the "needful." He
icporls excellent success. He has been
ably seconded by his amiable wife, and to
gether they have raised quite a "pile. '
Mrs. Hill icporls that an entire new article
will bo forthcoming, something that was
never seen In Walllngford befoie. A sen
Almcron Hart Is grinding eight bar
rels of elder dally.
Allen it Drew, 27 Merchants' Row, are
selling noods at cost for 30 days, to closo
out stock : llat., Caps, Furnishing Goods
. mid Ready Made Clotlilii:
nt very low prices,
; IMosirr Pavmi'.st or "a lam Inscranci:
C'lAiM.-lloinpIoir. N. Y., October nth, 1873.
I Tins Is to ceriify Hut my laio liustanii, iiuowe
I c. M.'"iii. Iiasbisured in the. riia-iilx Mutual
i Life liisuiaitco I'niiip.iiij or llortfuril, Conn.,
oclolier lcth, isr.5, lor $2,0,10 on tho llto plan.
'1 he premium was jrjl.ca, which was paid halt
"asliiimt li.iirnote. limlled.luiiDSth, lsw, nuil
1 have Mils day receUeil li'um V. C. Meyerholler,
lfv,.ml aKeM vt sllll ,.inlny, ,irurnn fuii
, MPiilement or tald policy, arm imtduuds to the
: nimmnt of tsss. e.uiceiiini; the lour notes gvn
nnd satisfactorily to mu by tlielr aecnt at
land, nnd without any cxnenso whatever.
(Kt 13, il.'.tdjwlt. HAIIAII It. MAliTIN'
now to iinMovi: stains and stots
rr.oM MAiiiu.i: rntxm'un, Etc.
'the onlvstalnvvlilclifca polio will not remove Is
n "stain upon tho character." Hut from uiarbln
inaniles, tnljlcs, clilnu, talile ware, carpets, rur
iilture of every ilescilptlon, or liny article of
iioiiselioiil ornament or use, tlio deepest djeil
Milucan lie Instiintly wmiied out forever by
the use of Sapollu. It Is ns cheap ns ordinary
biirsoap, nnd vvIIIhIiviijs bn exactly what Is
1 l.ilincil lor II. If Ihe simple illreellnns uro fol
low ed. octltdlAwiw
The purest nhd sweeltst Cod-I.lver Oil is Har
nrd tc I'lisweirsinadi) on tho sen shore, Irom
trusli, selected livers, b Cmvvcll. Huzurd k Co.,
(.r.N'ew Yoik. It Is absolutely pure and street.
Patients who have once token It prefer It to nil
others. Physicians linve decided It superior to
any of Hie other oils in market. ocifiUwSw
Pi:i:-on.vi.. Wo aic soiry to learn of the
protracted Illness ot Mr. E. G. Mason, the
General Agent of tbo Equitable Life As
surance Society. We arc. lcquested to say
to the policy holders In that company that
they will find their renewal icceipts witli
George R. Rottntn, Cashier of the Haxtcr
National Rmk, to whom payments are to
be made until Mr. Masons health Im
In I'lltsrord. o.'t.e, by Hcv. V. VV. Faster, Jr..
llliam fliniiiller, of I'oullney, to IKs Anna
rami niter, of Pittstord.
In Now London, Con 11 , Oct. 11, Sarah A. wife
otl'iurles I', t-pauldluc, and 'Jauifliterof Dr. II.
11. and I.inlly M. llaviit-s, ot lluiland, ased 57
jears, 11 uiontlis 11 lid 15 da.vs.
I'liiiend from the Dnpttst church Hits (Tues.
da) iitteriioon nt hull-lust 3 o'cloek. IVlends
UTLAND TROTTING FARIC.
JS1 ,);-,.()() IX PREMIUMS.
The folloivlng I'jisjiii'Ms will bo trotted tor on
1IUTI.ANI1 TltOTTINli l'AUK,
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND
uc"io!ii:i: siit, '.sd, and aun, isvs.
WKD.NKSDAY, FIHST DAY.
I'uiao Xo. 1,$H0. for Horses that have never
bo.iten s.50. first f 50 ; 'J J, fan, and 3d, $S9,
furso No. 2, $io), for horses that have never
bi:aten2:m. rust, skoj ad, $ro; 3d, j3, and
TIIfllhDAY, SKCOND DAY.
ldmnlnsltace, puiii) ill
and 10 o'clock a.m..
i'jn'ii iu un noises.
rust. 335 : Hecond. 125.
furso No. 3, flO), for nil Horses Ihat havo
never beaten 2. it. ,1'lrst, iw, 2J, jau ; r.j, no.
furso No. !, $jue, for nil llorsos Unit huvu
nover beaten 2.37. first, fiouisd, fso; 3d, 130,
and 4lh, no.
KltlDAY, TI1IUD DAY .
fursn No. 5, $loo, for nil four year old",
rirst, f50 ; Hjcond, no, nnd t.'O.;
NO. c, l'flli: Of 20).oj,
Opon to all horses.
first, $150 ; Hecond,
uim '111101, no.
The nbovi. races vflll bo mile heats, three In
flvolo harnes, except running race, and got
erned by tho national rules.
All horses elliflljlu that havo not beaten tlio
above tlino previous to October 1st, 1ST3.
Horses Ulsiiiiicliiif (ho Held will receive only
Horses will bo cnlU'd at 2 o'clock, sharp, eacli
day, except for running race.
All entiles to bo addressed lo J, W, COOK,
llerwlck Hotel, ltutlaud, Vt., on or before Mon
day, O-'tobev 20:11, ut ur.M. fntrles will pos
itively close nl that hour. Kntrnuce 10 per cent,
of purse, four to enter, three to iurl.
ADMISSION .... jo Cents.
JOHN W. COOK, flee, nnrt Tress,
Ilutland, vt Oct. 21, 1373. dlw
WATICIXS it GARY
will commenco closing out their
IMMHNSK HTOCK Of CLOTHINO,
1 rnNisuixa hoods, hoots and shoes, tkcnks
runs and valisfs,
At Cost and less, nssahl stock must nil be clo.
iil.out lefoni .lanuaiy 1st, 1874.
1'vr.llY HlTCIlllW KVKNIMI.
I', VV, WATKINS, Wit. I CADY.
Ilutland, Oct. 14, 1573. stniMiv.
TX THH DISTRICT COURT OF
a. united Mates for tho District
111 mu matter 01 1
.Milton Nohtos, 1.
To the creditors of said bankrupt, and all oth
ers whom It may concern! Tho underslKtied
nssljtneo of iho estato ot iald llankiupl hereby
Hives notice that It lias been ordered by tho Uls
1 net Court of said District, lliut the second nud
third Kcuerulmeetliiff of tlio creditors ot said
Hankiupt, bo held ut tlio Uardiveii House, in
Kutluud, In bald District, on the 29th day of
October, A.I). 18T3, at 10 o'clock a.in.,beforo a- 1".
Lyman, lleclstcr In llankritptcy, for tho iiuiiio
rcs nuhied In tho Kiih and Ssth sections of the
lianki upt Act, of March tho sd, lstvr, 11ml this
lsulsotoglvo notice mat 1 havo tiled my nnal
account, nsnsslBiieo of said llankrupt, and that
at said time nnu place, I shall upply to said
Court for tlio hettleincnt ot said account, and
tor a discharge from all liability as usslKiieo ot
said ustute, In accordance with tlm provision)
Dated at Hullanil, In said District, this 10th
day of October, 1873,
oct!8J?d J, KIKinilTON, Assignee,
- - -
special to ih? olodk.
Suleldoofn Woman nl Manchester.
HENNiuntoN, Oct. 13.
Betsey Matchctof Manchester, aged fifty
years, unmarried, drowned herself In
Equinox Fond last Sunday morning. Sho
went to the pond yery early, hung her
shawl on a stake, and from appearances
must have struck on her face when sho fell
In, as It was badly bruised. When the
body was discovered It was floating on the
sui face of the water; she had attempted
suicide befoie. II.
From Xew York.
New Yonic, Oct. 13.
Tlio weather Is cold and clear.
THE SI OK El Jt'IIV.
Up to 12 o'clock no additional jurors had
beeiifccuicd in the Stokes case.
Owing to domestic troubles Louis Cacth,
nged forty-four cut bis thiont with a razor
In Allen street, yestciday,
WltVT THE TliinfNK THINKS.
flic Tribune thinks It is now certain that
there w ill lo a ui'iou of nil the Dcniociatlc
organlzalloiis In the city In the coming
OOU.KCTIONS roi: si. Joseph's SF.MiN'Anv.
Collections were taken In the yaiious
Roman Catholic churches of the city yes
tcrday at all the masses for the benefit of
the diocesan seminary of Xew York es
talilishcd at Troy, and called St. Joseph's.
HEATH OF JAMES HOYI.E, THE PAlNTKIt.
The national academy executive com
mlttce met to-day to take action on the
death In Hrooklyu Saturday of James
Royle, the eminent painter. Among his
other works vvcie portraltsof Gen. Dixand
Henry J. Raymond.
AS OFFICE1! HEATEN HV KL'FFIAKri.
While nrrcstlug n rufllan In Tenth street
last evening, officer Reagan was assailed
with beer glasses and other missiles, and
stabbed in tho back. He held on, neverthe
less, to his man, nnd other officers coming
to the rescue, clubbed back the would-be
HLT.nLAl!-S .VltUESTEU. ,
Two of the desperate gang of burglar,
who have recently been committing deprc
dations in the vicinity of Jamaica, Long Is
land, named David Van Micklln alias Chip
ping Bird and Win. Scl.urics, hlssoii-ln-lavvs
have been nabbed. The rest of the gang,
numbering five lu all, nrc known to the au
thorities, and will, no doubt, soon be se
cured. r.VI.I. OF A IICII.HIN'O.
The side walls of the four story building
Xo. A'.l Tiffany place, Rrooklyn, occupied
by Ruchanan & Lyle, tobacconists, nnd
Moses it Taylor, soda impoiters, fell with
a tremendous crash yesterday afternoon,
carrying everything befoie them. The walls
vvcri! twelve Inches thick, and the structure
was erected only four years since. Had
the accident occurred on n week day many
lives would have been lost.
The steamer Nevada from Llvi'ipoo,
TAMMANY AND APOLLO.
The confeienif committees- of Apollo
and Tammany Halls met this morning.
Tlie committee of Apollo objected to treat
ing with the commUtc appointed only by
tho judicial convention of Tammany, and
desired to licat with tlio Tiimniany conven
tion on county olllces. The conference
then adjourned to meet after the county
convention of Tammany hall, this after
noon. INJUNCTION CA.sK.
Judge Rlatchford, to-day lu the United
1 State circuit court, gave a decision on the
. application of Rlake Rrothcis to have an
Injunction restraining George Rlrd Grin
ncll & Co , from disposing of or transferr
ing any of their property. He modified
the injunction so ns to allow Griuuell t
Co to pay Rlake Rrothcrs the amount of
their pledged securities. A similar appli
cation from other firms will be made on
FAUEVVELI. TO THE EVANOEI.IOALh.
Dr. .1. Hall writes a letter briefly review.
Ing the alliance, and closing as follows :
,'The utmost good will has been manifest
on all bands. Ministers and people, the
city, the public institutions, tliu railway
and steamship companies, and. Indeed, all
in any way capable of doing unytlibig, up
to the president, havo been appreciated
cordially and thanked warmly for their
kindness. The French and Germans have
locked bands In Christian magnanimity,
nnd our people of both nations may well
bo led to think as they notice the esteem In
which tho Christian men of their father
lands are held in America for the truth's
sake that dwellcth In them. There has
been enthusiasm In the public meetings,
and we doubt not many warm friendships
have been begun in the homes that extend
The Stokes Case.
Xew Youk, Oct. 13.
Rut nine jurors were obtulned In the
Stokes case up to the time of adjournment.
The Kntbuiy Monument.
Xew Youk. Oct. 13.
The monument to I'hlllp Embury, the
founder of Methodism In America, will lie
unveiled at Cambridge, X. Y,, on Monday,
Oct. 20th. Rlshop Simpson will deliver
Nbvthpimih, Oct. 13.
Tho democrats of Orango and Sullivan
district to-day nominated Dr. F. Abbott of
1'ort Jarvls, to tho statu senate.
I'ormiKKErsiE, Oct. 15.
Tho liberal-democratic of the second dis
trict nf Dutchess county to-day nominated
Renj. Rroas for member of assembly.
l'ot'UUKERI'SIE, Oct. 13.
The wife of Walter Wblto of Fisbkill,
committed sulcldo yesterday by cutting her
arm half olT nnd severing the main artery j
sho bled to death. The cause was tempor
Xrw York, Oct. 13.
Mutualsl8 Atlantic 7.
1 Engagement between Hpi'nlsli and
London. Oct. 18.
' A 9)(.(.Ia j,,,,,,,.,, trom c'artngi-nn to
j the Times gives tho following paitlculars of
I tho cnogcuient between the Spanish Gov
ernment sqnadion under Admiral Loboand
the fleet of Intransigents vessels. Upon
the appearance off the harbor of the nati
onal squadron, the Intransigents Junta
held a consultation and deckle 1 to fight, al
though they had no hope of arl.levlng vic
tory, Somcof the gaulson weicliifavor of sur:
rendering the city, but the majority of the
men, especially the deaeitcrs fiinu the gov
eminent army, were determined upon re
slstlng tn tlm last.
General Cortenas and several members of
the Junta went on board the Xumaiicla.
All the morning was consumed by the In
surgent vrsc!s In taking in coal and pro
The fight lasted 2 hours, when the Intransl
gentc licet was defeated nnd driven back to
Cartagena, their vessels being badly daniag.
cd. The insurgents showed great spirit,
hut handled their ships badly, the Numan
cia nt fltst having to bear the brunt of the
battle alone. Firing generally was at too
long a range, but at tlicclnscof the engage
ment whllo Vittori.t was endcavoiing to In
tercept tho retreat of the Insurrectionists
to tbo frigate Tiln.Hi, broadsides were
closely exchanged between tboso two ves
sels. At noon 011 Saturday, everything being
ii readiness, four vessels vveiglied auchor
nud sailed out of harbor, amid loud cheers,
from the populace nnd Insurgent troops
after proceeding a short distance, Admiral
Cobos' licet .consisting of Victoria, Ainu
riiic, Villade, Madrid, Cormnn nnd two
paddle vv heel steamers were met nnd nn
engagement Instantly began.
Memphis, Oct. 13.
X'ear Riyardsvlllc, Wukcley county,
Tcnn., last week, eight or ten armed men
went to n citizen's house, took 11 negro girl
out into the woods, and each In turn out
raged her person.
W.Vlt DF.rAUTMENT, OFFICII OF THK )
CmuF S10NAi.OFncr.it, Washinotos,
D. C, Oct. 13, 18738 I". M. )
FortheGulf states, southwesteily winds,
somewhat higher tcmperatuicand lncicased
cloudiness, pinbably with rain 011 the west
ern gulf coasi. For the South Atlantic,
southeast and southwest winds, wilh gen
erally clear weather. For the Middle and
Eastern states, falling barometer, .south
westerly winds, nnd cloudy or partly
X. Y. Knights Templars.
Xew York, Oct. 13.
The regular annual conclave of the
grand conimiiiulary of Knights Templars
of the State of Xew York will commerce
In this city nt the Masonic Hall to-moirow
nnd will continue until Thursday or Thnrs
Tho reception and banquet will take
place nt the Opera House, nnd on Wednes
day a sticet parade and review by tbo
Grand Commands ry at Washington's Head
quarters. Visiting Knights representing
cnmmaudciles In nil parts of the Slats vvll'
be present. Conmiandery Xo ?, of Al
bany will mike an excursion tn this city In
n body and take put in the parade. Dis.
tlnguislied members of the Order are eon.
II) His Cable.
QlT.KNVlnvVN, Oil. 13.
steamship Algeria, from Xew
FVIIt RKs N IIKIMIN.
London, Oct. 13.
A dispatch from Rerllu announces that
several failures occurred In that city.
A man who anived heie a few days uao.
claiming to be Aithur Orton, lias disap.
I.oul Tenlerdeii will succeed Right Hon.
Edmund Hammond, under secretary of
slate, for the foreign department,
Maduiii. Oct. 13.
a naval riniir,
The Intransigents tleet has been defeated
by tlie national squadron.
Tlie fight took place Saturday afternoon,
near Caithagena, nnd lasted nearly two
Tlie Insurgent vessels were considerably
injuied, nnd compelled to return to Car
Tho government squadron consisted of
the Almansa, Victoria, Cormcn, nnd two
smaller vessels. Admiral Lobos was lu
The Intransigents licet nuinbeied four
There Is a rumor that tho Teture has
been captured, but tho government has re
ceived no such Intelligence, and It Is
thought to be untrue.
There Is great rejoicing heie over the
lll'I.I.ION KOI! AMERICA.
London, Oct. 13, 1 p. m.
Tho amount, of bullion withdrawn from
the Rank of England nn balance, on Satur
day was 19,000, .instead of ,C41,000, all of
which was for shipment to America.
London, Oct. 13.
Five hundred nud fifty-seven thousand
dollars lu s'vecle wcro shipped from I'ly
mouth for Xew York on Saturday In the
ship Westphalia. Tlio Frederick Wllhehn
from Southampton on the same day tor
Xew York took 250,000.
Plymouth, Oct. 13.
Steamer Clmbrla, from Xew Yoik,
Southampton, Oct, 13.
The Ilansa from Xew York.
Qoeenstowx, Oct. 13.
The Rclela, llofton, Idaho and City nf
Chester from Xew Yoik.
THE F.MrKROlt AND C.VI!
Vienna, Oct. 13.
The Empeior of Austila will meet Czar
nl St. Petersburg during tlio holidays of
the Russian Christmas.
I'ERK HYACINTHS MADE A M'lIK.
Geneva, Oct, 13.
Pore Hynclntho has been fleeted 0110 of
of three cures In Goncva, by old Catholics.
Terrible Domestic Tragedy.
3r. Locis, Oct. 13r
A special dispatch from Cnrrolton. Mo.,
gluei an account of a terrible tragedy en
netcd near there. Robert Austen, a young
farmer residing-about, eight miles from
Carrolton, suspected I1I.1 wife of Infidelity,
and on Friday last left home, saying
no was going to the St. Louis fair
and would be absent for several days.
He went to the depot, but returned home
after daik, and secicted himself In the
cloot In his wife's bed-room, armed with a
doublo barrel shot guu, Ills wife soon re
tired, nnd shortly nftcr Elijah Holly en.
Icred the room nnd undressed himself, As
he wa4 getting Into bed Austin sprang out
nnd fired but missed Holly ; the shot en
tcicdhls wife's abdomen Austin filed again
nt noliy and killed him Instantly. Mis.
Austin tiled on Siturday evening. Austin
surrendered to the authorities. All the par
lie? am highly connected.
Colored Mcn'.s Rights.
Xew Youk, Oct. 13.
In the case of the coloied men against
Wnltack, for non-admlsslon to the orchestra
circle of Ids theatre, Judge Rarrctt to-day
allowed the defendant to put lu nn unveri
fied answer, which is considered adverse to
Madrid, Oct, 13.
It Is said that Don Alphonzo and wife
have reached tlm frontier Into France.
Another Rnlliontl Collision.
Richmond, Va , Oct 13.
.V collision occurred yesterday on the
Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad near Trevll-
Han station 15 miles south of OordunsyHlc,
between an express nnd freight tinln, both
engines being badly w recked. Numbers of
coal cars vvcie piled upini each other nnd
some damage done to the passenger coaches.
X'o personal Injury was sustained. The
collision Is attributed to the carelessness of
tho engineer of tho coal train. The dam
age will amount to over 815,000.
Tax lu New York City.
Xf.vv York, Oct. 13.
The State tax levied upon this city Is
The Piano Trade.
Xew York, Oct. 13.
The leading Iioum's in tlie piano trade to
day deny that there is any Intention of ie
diiclng the wages; a few of tlie smaller
houses have censed operations for 11 short
time, owing to tlie ability nt picent nf
Xew York, Oct. 13.
The delegates to the Worklngmen's Cen
tral Union met in this city to-day ami un
animously endorsed the nominees of the
Republican convention at L'lica with the ex
ception of tlie State Treasurer. Amotion
to substitute the name ot Thomas F Raines,
Democratic nominee, for State Tieasnter,
in place of David G. Fott, Republican
nominee, was carried bv n vote of 150 to
Congratulations to Thleis.
Paris, Oct. 13.
The republican deputies to lbs assembly
waited on ex-Presldent Thiers to-day and
tendeied their congratulations on the vic
tory in tlie piovinccs yesterday. Thiers
expressed Ids gratification al tlie icsiilt of
Ihe election-, because it would strengthen
the hands ol tlie opponents of nioiiarcliial
Paris, Oct. 13.
The deputies .sent a telegram to Rim1Is.1t,
expressing their joy nt his success.
Xf.vv York, Cel. 13.
The Fiee Religionists commence their
convention here to-morrow evening, two
demurrers having been overruled.
DAMAOK II V THE AVOfT STORM.
Washinoton, Ocl, 13.
The report prepired by the signal ofllce
ofdanuge by thcstoini of August 21th
nnd S5th, shows grand total of 1,122 vessels
destroyed and 223 lives definitely Known to
be lost, while moderate estimate, cases
where crews are repotted lost ; and lot-s 011
land by same storm, foots up 000 lives ; of
vessels lost IS.'i were sin ill llshlng vessels ;
about 003 buildiuits were dama;eil or
Senate Coinmitlee on Elections.
Xkvv York, Oct. 13.
Tlie United Slates senitorial loaimittce
on elections met at Third avenue to-day,
but transacted 110 business of public im
IUsTON, Oct. 1?.
A the last night in Wntertown destioycd
Samuel Halliard's barn with the contents,
including three horses and two cows, also
damaging his gieen house.
A Temperance Ticket.
Xew York, Oct 13.
The temperance men of Suffolk county
have decided to run a sep.natu county tic
ket. To Resume To-Raj.
Cincinnati. Oct. 13. The action of the
clearing house association Salurdiy, waf
to the effect that all Ciuclnniill hanks
would resume currency payments "onlay.
XEWiifRoii, X. Y., Oct, 13.
Augustus Dcnnlstoii was to-day nominal
ted for the Assembly by the Republicans o
Iho first district of Orange counly.
,". Vtirk Mock una .floury .Sliirllt l.
New Yokk, Oct, 13
Hulk money nt l-Hk';.
Urecubncks, ytgjj premium.
notwithstanding tho express companies re
port, thorn were morn llhinil receipts than for
sonic limn post.
At a meeting ot Iho clearing house associ
ation, n resolution was passed to tlio encct
that the time tor tho redemption ot loanccr
tincute.s was oilglually llccil lor November 1st,
but It shall rcianlu opeu. A report was also
received ami nloptcd la tho matter ot tho bonk
Of tho commonwealth, which rei 0.1 confirmed
I tho exhibit Ot affairs ot ttfobJEk M )nUhy
, tao recelrcr to tho I ian cotntnltwe.
ThO Customs tecclutl InjlM- 1., .. .
JlrA0w$UO lIKbU"!,n',,il'' '"',a ""ousted to
Th Assay onico to-Jay received 17D.0M si of
Thustcrlln? stock flucfxitloni wcro wide In
many cases ond the volume ip uasinon law.
Tr ! iri Q nA 9 liftiihiHA.i "
lagt (akon ajalnst DanW Drsvf, and tuodo
clsion of Judffoniauhrad mcdlrj n,t; nn unucc
Hon In tin Criur.cll caso so fur n3 D'akc
Hrothen Co., ra concerned. This inoJlil
cation was not clearly understood, on the strcot
although It 11 supposed to permit thanrin ti
sell such securities as wore plodded br.toro the
Tho principal do illngs woro In Vandciblltv,
Ht, Paul, North Western, Wabith and Taclllo
Mall. The general markvf closed nt tho lowest
quotations of tho day, .1 p. m.
oold closed at lusj.'Qlosx.
Oovornmcnts dull and Irregular.
Money loaned at ; and Interest
Stock were weak and feverish.
Tho folloivlh; nre the closing' quotations !
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fair ruquuKt ut ia'joaisni fir .- i ts s0
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cldediy loiver a: M ,i.',)4. elasi'u ' ' ii i's at
VVhkat. HecelptsaM,iM buh. Th l.i.irkei
lsabout 10 law jr, wan ilttlo b 'Iter in pi.iy t jr
export. Sales ot ss,tu)uiiiiulH ui fl :u.".l s2 t .r
No. a Chicago ; iWJal an fjr N.m no.; : an n 3i
for low a sin-in,'; i tin 37 Mr " .n unu in
sprint? ; latter mi extreme ; fi :o :. ,. i c.il
e.is'ii; JI OlSlta for winter im .'i ,r.-i,i ; H . o
M su; for .v a ?UHvaui.ii' j a 1 i.' t ! . . i u0
1 Co for ambi-r MUIiUiiii ; il ci . i ..hit
Itvi: Tin' narkft In vulel :M t:., .
Haki.kv. The market i-ilinnnli I ,ir !'
finest, clodn, ho'.vovi-r, wli i'.:ui 1., s t iieicl.
ilisposllloii lo operaie. Sal. - 1',mu ijus-i, -s ui
Canada western nt 17...
ls.iiti.KV Malt. Tno mai":t .-. i.ulci and
stmlp. Sales of 2.0 D busiieK r ,u m
COUS'. Hecelpts 117,479 bllShi I . 1' lu.lUi'1
Is heavy and lc lowei. Sales nl M.irn iiiusiu lsui
B94(i(ilc for steamer Western ini.i : in .jcr
frsnll do ,cijnu for hlsli iili .ma V .mIuk
western; imc fur unsound nilvil in In
Oais Hccctpts:c,IC0 bush. 'I h ; i,,:,r..ot Is
heavy, and lower. S' les or s,o .! lua Is ,it
H),M',r for new western mlxm in slur : 61 '
for new do alio a : w for old uil'.i'if.! .... , lur
Kons The market I , steadi . ' ' . . c fr
western and I'.iLala ; '.'l'..'.",- i. ,n ,u, i
II iv i- nil- reipiobl uiil uitii .,' jmi p r H"
its for Miippintr.
Hoes 'ine mark"! Is dill -.n 1 i . ..iln.ii.
Ralesnf ls,7.i .it ,o.u ; I'.illforn.a i Is. a .it r.i
I.katiieii. The mniket U vei.i il . 1 ti.i.I mi.
settled llemloi'k sole, Iluenos Am ., and Hin
Orande, hlfrh middles, nud heavy weuhts al
57kj(iWi; Cillfovnla do., '.'O it iv, ornim .i do. nt
Wool. Market Is dull and wltti iut di'Clde.l
change lu prleo nt II: Oalo Is iiue . a ,r i.ji, ;
Calllornln tprlni; nt -I (i.JS;j ; llio lu-a 1 pne
Con kf. Market Is dull nnd nomli. iih iow. r.
Hlo at Dxin-'H c. Stock of Ico 61,10 1 bu,'S ; t i
tal stock inner man Uio cm Oj's, and tc.Mi
mats ol Java In tlrst luinils.
sccivK. Market Mipiiet nt Tr(g , i.irrenn
lnfr. Moi.as.-vs. The market is dull nndiiniliaiii
ed. Stock 3,777 mills and 40O bbls.
Hick Tlm market is quiet withour decided
change. Carolina, svdiOj.
I'etkulM'M. Tno uiaiki't In nominal at B'.
(20 for cru.l ; it for iviinnj.
Total sloek of Rialn Ci warehouse 0,1, lilh.
Parley Mull 1 J.r.'o
Peas ... Si.s'ai
1'oiiK. Tu market Is du.l ,ut l uusi"iu.a ;
new mess on spot at fiojo; puim- ; . sn M:
IlkKK. M.uket Is In model u ,; pi --a nnd
xteady nt js.-iiit.io lor plain ia : i u m
lor extra do.
IIkkf IIa'is. Markel Isii'ii, in u,. , invni
nt Jls.iiS iw for common t pi.'.i i ' , iut i
pr.eo fur new .w-ittiii.
TllIKCB HBBK Mal'kel i, i! ri ill lb IS'
fo- prlnm m.'M ; jisouigiaiui ui iim. . i m
-LT .lllJATrt .M irKHI IMpili'l U 1 vi' I II III O
Gill tor city hams: 7'.(.mfor
.iiiisdii'l ; lung clear ssit nt s t ,s-.r ;
I.aki). Market Is stea I. ; i 1 iu .rein
IierrEi:. Market i-lu fiin . i ,i 1
lit 31 .ifcv for fair 1 1 pilm, .!.." .i ...
il In V7e fur fair to p.'fui.' iv . . . i .
fllKU-K. .VI.ll'M I ls(pl' " !l i I 1 .
for fall parcels ; Il.'.e f ir i i .'n i .
li tul3ie I ir htrl.'iiy i u jle i ( ... si.it
to ISsi fjr i;o.m! ij prime w . . i.i i.i i
; ! '
Tho undersigned cllers i, ii -,) n
property IiAdujiIuj lo t i i
John I.. Hilly, lo will 'Un, s i
ono Slab .Vl..elilne, one ba ;,' n n
ber WnoiUsliigle) una one u,, ,
CuW, all or whleli ullli.eil, .)
m:o. w. cii.vpi in. v
Itullaml. oci. 1.1, H,3
WORD TO Tiii: M
Mr. llniron. A Nir.iii,"i i. .
few days Mncu H UH a i.u i
il io Is wanted la the u . i i
llueall.-d at o ir More, ini.ie .u
an t tuen vlsii.il sevtfis' oi.n r ,
alt irlm called uguln nu Isii I i
been to In pdro fur liuods la. a i
1 1 I III
s i .rm
. s ta.i
.ii u ie'i v)
WERKS i"c RARR :.t.
so I have retun.cl in tuivwiui l i w..
Mould mil le nil ii'uo are looking 1
ii 0 v si: r i' it n i s it i n o i.ooinj,
and would save llmu and shoo lanlher, t , tliiish
ihelrmenioran.luni bcien leaving Ihom .boi
octlldtf WIEUS i 11 VI. 11 tit.
CHOCKKHV, HLASSWAHt", UTC, ITC.
To accommodate Ladles and peop'.o fioni out nf
tlie Ullage, il ill lie CJilllllui-u un
SATIHIDAV AVTKI1NOON AND EVESINf),
Oct. II, nt tho Store, 9 Merchants' How.
Ibis I'PiwtuiUty hhould not. lu allowed to
pass unimproved. Theso goods will cost moro
when this sal Is don . An kliTilV if g 'JdTJt
ffioafe.1'"' y rt'J"CB "'fKut prt-
r .... ... 0I:o W, CHIAfLI.V, Ju.
I. 1 awiev, Auctloneor.
Ilutland. Oct. 8. it.p. nclsJtd.
fJIEAS, from 00 cents to tfl.TOj also ficsh
II. W. MAItSHAIX-S
mayidjrwiy comer ot Orovo and West Sts
r,S"r .:,,' fL0U ''i-" i'osk islam
'2 fc iro,u''- 'l ll-I'atil. .. B'j