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THE HUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 15,
f he &lulliuul OMobe,
ut'inisday. octoiieh 1.-., 1973.
tnitn At, and iit'i'iitmiF of traps,
THUS' UllllVF. AT RCTUHtl.
t m ivilovss F.iiR 1:10 tc n.w .in., nnffl
:M p, ,,
nmllW'in U:M J.-"ll:3ia.m., us
" Ivn !! ni;, "ll;Sl n, m
' nciiiiln-tuu, 'Ili:as p. m., n.M "IMS p.
Saratoga, "11M.1 ,i. m P:Oi) I', m.
Snlem, 1:10 K H.30 0. m., 13:4U ft CG.-, p. r.1,
TIIAINS 1 KVVK nCTl.tllD.
t ir Ilcllous rails, lS:roA-tl:sna.m.,'12:10,UC:oiJ
liiullnstr.in, l:J3tiwnn.m M:5o itiwwp.
i- II hp, r.:n.- n, 1.1.
It 'iinlnmon, t3:oo 'Pi
:20 n. in.. A turns p. in.
li:fi n. in., K '3:m p. in.
Salem, 1:40 .V t!:0" n. in., l:e K tli:() p. t:i
Hut lorn Intension war, s."5 n. r,i an-l .e) P w
hastern tvay, IMO a. lu
I'rov wa , 1 2.10 p. in.
1 1 (iv, 12.4U p. in., 8.S0 p. m., ana SUM ; p. in.
Ulvii, 12.io p. in., 3.S p. in., ami '.US') p. m
nostoti, 11.40 a. in., ninl IM" P. m.
. nnn.Ias, Lisp. m.
Noittii-tn way, a.oo p. m.
It "-llnvon, 1'-an" '3'- l1, "'
si -ato-a way, a.so p. in.
Pv York, sJui p. m. ami !UH p. in.
ii ncctl"ut litter way, .bo p. m.
VtujdslocUwny, (stage) l.uo p. ni.
i 'iiittcndcn, 'Tuesdays ami Saturdays: rum p. m
sto kbrldgo "it ittri, l:w p. m.
Harlem I tension way, A.!--, p. in.
Eastern waj.s.so p. in.
'noywa, 4.wp. in.
'i'rov, 1.40 a. in., 11.45 a. in. ami i.ra p. n.
Albany, 11.45 a. in., 4,r nnd 9.10 p. m.
ineiAti. 1.4U n. in. unu -i.rj u. uu
cafHUlas, lS.io a. m.
niirllns'ntl 12-4I) nml
.sirntoga way, 11.45 a. in.
New York, 11.45 a. in. ami 4.r p. in.
Connecticut ltlvcr way, 8.45 p. in.
Wiwtslocl; way, (stage) ll.r,r. a.m.
hlttcndcn, (Tuesday nnUfjaturctny" 1. a.m.
Sluckhilu :e (singe, vaw p. u
Malls will Im promptly rloso,! at tin- speel.
lour: all letters deposited In Dm street
...ni'i.n r..iinptoil nt fi.isniid ll.uO a. in..
U.io, i.s.i. a.m nml last rotlectlon for ( nil nlfnt 1Tport of conim'.ssioner.s adopted: C.istle
i.nils at P.no p. in. All letters deposited In tlie 1 .... , . ....
i etteflio-i at tin Depot will im collected liy ton to build onc.fourlh of the road, l alr-
lioute MronH live inlniiles previous to tlie de.
iinrt'iii' ot each man tram
IMSI1KS IIKUK AM) TI1KHK.
The Mill f-cts to-night nt fi: 10 ; rise to.
mm row morning nt 0:1".
Why is it that the street gas lights nrc
lit only in Merchants' row in the evenings?
A wedding and a funeral at the TiaptR
church on Tuesday afternoon
The meeting of the flood Templars this
evening is open to the public.
John Ilradley, of Poultney, has been en
gaged by the selectmen of Pittsford, to
coyer some of the bridires of the town
The Methodist I'.plseopal ( biirch in Per
lisburgb, is near completion an I when
finished will be an honor to the society and
Mr. Williams has retired fiom the police
our citizens upon the fact that Mr. fleorge
W. Crawford has been engaged as night
pollecmar. and commenced his duties lat
A Mrs. (! 4 'ii 0 1 Port Kent, aged i sixty
years, while i i--ing from Port Kent to
Burlington on the steamer ermont, Mon
day evenim:. wa
iddenly seized with a
fit and fell dead. It was ascertained on
arriving at Uurlinirton that she had broken
a blood vessel.
Owen C mindly of Schenectady, while
walklns near that city on Friday evening
last, wa run over by an engine and instant-
v.x-c WnndsMiviisl, fnetnivat Lansimr-
mirrh. N. Y.. was destroyed by file on
Satuulay night last. Loss Pir,,ri0fl ; In-
suicd for $3,400.
Glens Falls Is said to be Infested with
Rev. James J Gilbert of Iowa.is spendhi;
a few davs with his father, Hiv. Simeon
Gilbert of Pittsford.
The St. Albans Misscnncr announces that
John G Holland is to open their lecture
course on the evening of the 31st Inst.
while the Middlebury ItcgUtcr states that
tho same gentleman is to open the course
in Middlebury the same evening. Tl.o two
papers can fix it up themselves.
Artemus Abell of Highgalc, committed
suicide on Monday morning by hanging
himself to a beam in ids barn.
Ti,n stmp nf W W Hnliilii at St. Alban,
nnriiniu- dpstioved bv fire Moiidav
mnrnW nbout 2 o'clock. Involving a los
of 82,003, partly Insured, tho upper apart-
mcnts being occupied by Alficd Looinls.
,..i. trv..,-f Qnmiwlmt. The lmlldlnir w as
owned bv E A Powles. whose loss amounts
m tain Tho ili-e is tboimlit to be. incen-
illnrv.us it broke out in two different plnec3
The hou-e ot Mr. J. Jaryls, in Mont
gomery, was cLtcred on Monday night nf
last week, during the absence of the fami
ly, ntidS217 stolen. The burglars effect'
cd an entrance by unlocking tho door with
false keys, taking the money tiom a draw-
!. and leav nir everything unaisiuiueu.
The Docket booli
which contained the
money was found empty, lying In the road,
the next day.
Messrs. Buit k Patterson, of BrMol
.rrnef.rs. bnihiL' become convinced that
some one was in the habit of entering their
storo nt night, decided to watcli tho prenv
Ises. So on Sunday night Mr. Patterson
took Ids position behind the counter, near
the door, nud about 10 o'clock ho heard
some one unlocking the door. When he
thought his man was Inside he sprang for
llio door, but the, wouid-lie thief was too
iiulck for him, and escaped.
On Friday last, Fied J. Dunwiek, fore-
,9n nf the Foil Edward Oantle, had bis
hand r,au"ht In the giippers of tho piess,
n,l bis little fluster nearly sevei j 1,
Hon. W. T. Horribln, of Bj.mington,
w expected from Europeon the Cilia, next
Mr. W. O. Perkins holds mur-lcul eon-
, nit,,1 in l'laitsbiireh the 21st, mid Sa
lem the 28th Inst., four days.
Tho railroad tunnel nt Whitehall is now
Tho Whitehall lecture couise Is to bo
opened by '1 nomas iasi on in.' ...ii. ni""
. ,.. nnik !...
At the auction salu of tickets for tho
lectures at uiaiu. .....", !.
obtained for choice of scats than last yeav.
About 230 seats wero sold, and the highest
prlco paid was wlO.GO.
Quinces nio coming Intoiiiaiket, but they
will be neither plenty orencap tins year.
At the recent meeting ot the Stato Med-
leal Society. Dr. Goldsmith repented
casoot tumor, near tho angle 01 tuo jaw,
which had been growing for thirty years.
Tho wife ot Hon. A. 11, Gardner,
in,,ni mi. with nscr ou3 acciucnv
. , .len,wlt,w.
on Tiiesuay, nun "ui c""'"6 ...-
stalra from an upper room, when she trip-
ucd and fell, breaking one linger nun
noto. nnd etuM'Wls uniuinsr nor uuuj.
Mr. J. Q. Hoyt. jr., and Mile. Bertha
Uroull, the celebrated violinist nrc nt the
Iljtihicll House on their way to Chester,
whore they appear In concert Thursday
evening. Mr. Hoyt is engaged In giving a
Tiles of musical readings through the
country nud Is meeting with much success.
He gives a delineation of the lite and char
acter nt such musical masters as Mendels
sohn, Haydn, Moznitnnd others, which Is
u now thing entirely and very Interesting
to all who have a taito for these authors'
Wjiiks. He nny' possibly visit Rutland
dining the picicnt season In company with
Mile. Brousil, who made so favorable nil
Impression here during the State Fair.
MSI 1' It U.S.
lit" LAND COtS'TY OOfl'.T, SKPrEMIIKI! TKliM,
Hon Hoyt II. Wheeler, Chief Judge.
Hon. Isaac C. Whenton, Assistant
Hon. Hiel Holllster, Judges.
IIcnrvH. Smith, Clerk.
William M. Field, Sheriff.
Tutday, Octo'ier Uti. - The ruse on
No 303I'oiter Hoito vs Goodrich was
completed. Submitted without argument.
Judgment for the plaintiff ; damages
10.5.". Exceptions by defendant, and ex
ceptlons ordered to lie
No 22311 O Tubbs vs Franklin Post.
Motion by defendant for new trial granted.
Assessment of damages erased fioni tho
docket j cae continued for irassc9mcnt of
dannire bv jurv j evreptlou by plaintiff to
No 212 Alanson Allen et nK vh Town
of C'.itleton et ul. road case. Amended
haven one-half, and Poultney one-fourth
bind damages to be paid In slvly days;
woik commenced in sl month'", and open
for trni el In one year, Kxception by J II
lScninan for the town of Poultney.
NofWl William E Williams vs Frank
lin Harney. Judgement for plaintiff ;
clerk to assess damages; trustee charged
aceoiding to disclosure.
The entiles weie called and the county
eomt adjourned nine ilk, nt 3,33 p. m
Chancellor Wheeler held a shoit sessl jii
of tho ch.mcciy couit, and adjourned to
the call of the Chancellor.
A joyous, sunshiny afternoon ami a huge
concourse of friends attended the marriage
ceremonies held at the Baptist church In
this villaec, on Tuesday nlternoon. Tho
contracting parties weie Mr. Egbert C.
Tuttlcnnd Miss Hachel E. Mann. The
ceremony was performed by Itev. Edward
Mills, pastor ot the Baptist church, and the
circumstances surrounding the occasion
were highly auspicious and decidedly bril
liant. The handsome church was filled to
its utmost seating capacity, and those in
attendance were eared for by the courteous
ushers, Messrs. Frank M Pierce, Charles S
Mason and Martin P Flack.who performed
1 1 ivjI i- parts willi noticeable politeness and
The church was elegantly and tastefully
decorated and tiimmcd, in honor of the oc-
casinn, and presented a handsome picture.
About the pulpit and altar were arranged
numberless hoqucts, wreaths and festoons
'f frag' Howcrs-tho whole, making
'pine n nui: aim uuik.ii ""i11".''
At two o'clock the Initial paity an i veil
at tho church and wero escorted to the
altar in line style. First came two
little sons ot Ilarley C, and A II Tuttle,
then Mr. Charles Havward and Miss Haltie
Edcon ns first groomsman and bridesmaid,
followed by .Muster Fred Tuttle and Miss
Ida Mann, a brother and sister of the
happy pair, who made way for the expec
tant groom and bride :it the altar. The
latter were followed by two little daugh
ters of Ilarley C. and A. II. Tuttle, exquis
U,lv arlayc,i m wj,ite and presenting a
beautiful, fairy-like appearance. As the
party inarched up the broad aisle to the
altar, the nppropilatii "Wedding March"
from tho "Huguenots" pcnled forth in r.ip
turous strains, like a harbinger of joy,
under the manipulations of Mrs. Chatter.
ton, upon the organ. After the beautiful
marriage service had been performed, and
as tho patty returned down the aisle, the
two liltle fairies strewed llowcrsin the path
of tho wedded pair, emblematic of the
pathway down which the three graces
Love. Faith and IIopo are ever sure to
Tho wedding p.nty repaired to theiesl
dence of the groom's father, Geoige A.
Tnltlc, on Washington street, where they
held a pleasant reception, after which they
look the afternoon train for New l ork for
a tour of seNcrnl days.
Good Tkmpi.aiw. Our citizens sliould
bear in mind the public meeting which
takes place this Wednesday evening at Odd
Fellows ball, Glow: block. An address
will be delivered by Hev. Edward Mills, on
Temperance and Good Tcmplarism in
England.'' Col. John 11. Mead of
Icaudolnh. Grand Wen thy Chief
rcmplar, has been invited to bo pres.
cut. Horace uampucii en rouuney,
II O Bronsou and T P Smith of Castlcton
of tho county committee, will be present
mo pnime are iiiom .eu.i.n.y un ...... ... ;
A Pi r.vsAKr Sriu-msi: Tho employed
of Mr. E. F. Saddler of the nutlaud Boot
and Shoe Company, to the number of some
sl or eight, gavo their esteemed employer
a pleasant snrpripu on Monday evening
They walled upon him at Ids residence,
.... i.i . r.....tl. t..
where, unknown to lilm, ills tamliy nan
prepaied an oyster supper for tho occasion
of which the company wero Invited to pal
take. Just beforo sitting down, Mr.btylcs
one of tlie turpi lse party, steppoj forward
and, addiesslng Mr. Saddler, presented hi;
In behalf ot tho assembled company with
. . tif ,.. ,,, . . ,.,.i,uo. ihn eift
" ' I -- o n
wni, fow appropriate remarks. Mr
Saddler, so entirely taken by surpilse, feel
in)ymiltlo kuoWnlils thanks for tho gener
mlSL, r. nfier which tho supper was serv
and un enjoyable evening was passed.
A You.no Hunawav. Chailes Lovcland,
a young lad of sixteen, of MonlsUdo,
ran away from homo on Thursday last,
Ho borrowed fi.25 at Gilbert's storo on
n u, father's account, hired a team at tho
Morrlsvlllo House, nnd drove to water
i,un. i company with another boy, when
of ho got on to the train Just leaving lor
nur nciou. ami nan 1101 itohimh,
ll.n dn 111 ..nrn.ila think H llCSt tO lCt tllO
.... ...o, -
young man try tko realities of Ufo a while.
iicr luinaiug, iikoiuo prouigai 01 um, ...
pw Uu.v -us- ju.u
Dlpthcrla ot a most virulent type has ap
peared in several localities. Of seven cases
occurring in three families in West Castle
ton, five proved fatal, some within n very
short time after seizure. In Hydevlllc also
tho disease assumes a very malignant form.
Our town is gorgeously beautiful In its
autumnal dicss. In some places, among
which as most prominent, may be men.
tloncd the Glen near the residence of Mrs.
Charles I.augdon, tho leaves arc marvels of
Prof. Church spent several days of last
week sketching at the Bjwl and other
An old folk's concert for the benefit of
'the Congicgatlonal church fund, is in
course of picpaiatlon,
The Liberal church was filled to oicr
flowing last Sunday with the, ciowd of
fi tends who thronged to pay the last tri
bute of respect to the memory of Colonel
Philip Pond. lie was born In the town of
Poultney, Oct. 12, 1700. and was buried
on what would have been tho scvciity
seventh anniversary of his birth. He be
longed to a family lcmaikable for tenacity
of life, and is survived by five brothers nml
sisters. He was marilcd;iiil823toJuliaI5aii
som, daughter of the laic O.l.Jhhn Ibitisom
or Poultney. Since her death, which oc
curred in 1870, he has been watching and
waiting cngeily for bis own summons to
join her In a better world. Among Ids pa
pers was found a copy of the following
lines by the bile Albeit Barnes :
'So pilde tnj life away, and so ut lat
My sinire ot duties decentl. itilil.lad,
May some dlse.ise not tardy to perioral
Its ikMinod oniee, yet with centle stroke,
Dismiss me, weary, to a safn retreat
lieiientli the ttirr I halo so often trod."
To this wa added In Mr. Pond' nun
hand, "The above aie my slnceie wishes
as respects myself. My player Is that my
(Jod will unlove me from e.utli to Heaven
ns quietly and conifoitably as my dear
wile. I am now ready to obey the sum
mons Pintle Poxii.''
Col. Pond's family comprised seien chil
dren, four of whom arc now living, ills
scarcely possible In place too high an esti
mate upon his woilh who has just gone,
lie was a man of Miigular tiulhfulness,
noted among his fellows for integrity and
upiIghtneH, possessing a keen nml clear In
tellect and a judgment strictly lellnble.
Mncc bis icsidence In Hie i illage and witli-
i elrawal from neliie business life, he has
been much about Main sliced, when- his
i (Iwellins was located, and there arc few
muting us who will fail to mi-n the kindly
greeting and pleasant smile lie had for all.
Een during the last two ycais, while suf-
fering from a discas-e which enfeebled both
nlnd and body, his geniality has been re-
arkable. He was one of the charter
mcmberx of Lee Lodge of Masons, and in
his death the order loses one of its most
vealous adherents. The Masonic sen ices
t the funeral, under the special eon. Inet of
Hon. P. W. Hvde. Marshal, and E. .
iddell, Master, weie very impiesslve. The
ligious exerc ises by Ilev. . 1. ltos,
1'ormeilv pastor of the church ol which the
leceased was a member, weie peculiarly
ppropi iato to the occasion. W.
Ovivcll Toivit K'nir.
Hie eleyenlh annual fair of the Orwell
armors club was held on niesiiay, :i
laving been postponed from last week be
;uise of inclement wca'her. Tho gathei-
iug was a largo one, composed of mostly
if the citizens of Orwell, Brandon. 'Vt iilt
ng and Leiceslei The exhibition was first
lass, In all repects. The cattle weie
supeiior, especially the twenty-nine yoke
f woiking oxen, all owned and woiked in
io town. The horses weie excellent ; and
loral hall indicated the fine taste and
ood judgment of the ladies of that com
munity and excelled any that has come
under our observation the present year.
The people were addressed by the Rev. M.
L. Severance, of Orwell, and Henry Claik,
f Rutland. Good order was piescrvcd
throughout, and most excellent music
discoursed by the Tieondciog.i cornet
and. The citizens of Orwell have great
eason to be proud ot the productions
presented at the exhibition, and of the em-
nent success of their town fair. It is
well worthy of an extended notice, tint the
lato hour at which our lcporlcr returned
forbids it tlds moraine, and a full account,
with the picmlums nwnrded, will be given
The G1.0111: returns thanks lo the citizens
of Orwell for the cordial greeting (liven
their representative, especially to Hon.J.
W. Boynton, Hon. William It. Sanford,
l C. Branch, and I . C. Kimball, for
:nui tcIes extended by them.
MoNfMEST to Unv, Cii.m:ii;s Wai.kui:,
I). 1). Stephen A. "Walker, Ei., of New
Vork city, has erected an appropilatc 111011
umcnt lu the beautiful cemetery at Pitts
ford over tho grave of his father, licv.,
Chailes Walker, 1). 1),, so long the levered
pastor of the Congregational church. It Is
a chasto and tasteful memoiial, costing nine
The house owned and occupied by John
Kldrldgc, at Colchester, the pilot of tho)
steamer United States, was totally ele.
stroyed by llio on Saturday. All tlie house.
hold goods, furniture, Arc., weie destroyed.
The, building was insured.
It seems, says tlie Burlington free Press,
that the lire at Chief Engineer While's
was not of an Incendiary character. An
old man named Gawey, temporarily em
ployed by Mr. White, went Into tho barn
smoking a pipe. Hence tho eonllngintlon,
Allen A- Drew, 27 Merchants' How, are
selling goods nt cost for !i0 ilays, In e lose
out slock : Hats, Caps, FuiTiistilni! Goods
and Heady Made Clothing. Good Goods
at vi'iv low prices,
l'ROsirr I'avmcnt or a lira Iksukam'i:
Ci.AiM.-IIainptou, K. V October Dili, 1613.
Tills is to certify inai my 11110 iiuaoann, iieorea
c. M11 1 tin, has Insured In the riitentx Mutual
Life Insurance Company ot Hartford, Conn.,
n,'iniir ir.th. iscr,. riir f.njo 011 llio Ufa man.
Tho premium wastisil.co, which was paid half
cash and half note. Ho died J 11110 SI h, 1813, nnd
I havo this day received from V, U, Meyerhoirer.
general agent of said company, draft, lu full
settlement of said pulley, and dividends to the
amount of tSSS, cniiecllliur tho lour notes Klvon
fnr bait nt Urn in i inlinn. nud not deducted from
tho policy. Tim claim was BettloU promptly
anu naiisiacioiuy to mu uy meir ugt'ia ut jtui'
land, and without, any expense whatever.
Oct 18, dstiwlt. HAltAH R. MARTIN.
HOW TO ItKMOVi; STAINS AND bl'OTS
l'ROM MARBLK FURNITURE, Etc.
Tho only stain which Sanollo will not removo Is
a "stain upon tho character." Hut from mnrblo
inaiules, tables, china, table ware, carpets, fur
niture of every descilpilon, or any urtitloof
household ornament or use, tho deepest dyed
stain can be lnstantlv waslieil nut rnroverliv
the usoof Hapollo. It Is us cheap ns ordinary
bar soap, and will always bo exactly what Is
ciBiiuvu iur 11, 11 euu viiiipio uireciious nroioe
Tho purest alid sweetest Cod-Llvcr Oil Is Itai
nrd Caswell's made on the sea shore, lrom
rrosli, selected livers, by Caswell, Ila2ard & e:o.,
t r Now York. It 13 absolutely pure and sweet.
I'atlents who have once taken ft preler It to all
Otucrs. l'nysicians nave ueciueuu supenur iu
nny ot ino otner oils in raarsei.
PEH30XAI.. Wc nrc sorry to learn of the
protracted Illness ot Mr. E. O. Mason, the
Oeneral Agent of the Equitable Life As
surance Society. Weaio retiuested to say
to the policy holders In that company that
they will find their renewal receipts witli
George It. Bottom, Cashier of the Baxter
National B.mk, to whom payments nrc to
be made until Mr. Mason's-health Im
At the Baptist church, nutland, Oct. 14th, by
Itcv. r. Mills, air. Hubert O TUttlo and Miss
ltachol l: .Maim, both of nutland.
In Poultney. Oct. !, Itcv. John Ooadby, V 1).,
rapt. Win, ongo or Worcester. Mass., and Mary
.1 liosworth, daineliter of the late Ilea. W Ullnm
M lloswortn and step daughter or tbeonlclotlng
In I'randonScpt.fO, by Ilev. Ilanlel C Itob
erts, JT liemlnijluti ot Salisbury (formerly ot
Wulllnitford) and Kato A Kelsey of Mallsbury.
In Itutlnnd Sept. 30, by Itcv Charles Wood
house, n A Edeerton una Eva p KJjerton both
lit Woodstock, Oct. Sill, I.ucla A Itcllet ot the
lat j Albert Klnsr, nul r.lj ears.
In West Windsor, Sept. 2.'., rapt .tonas I.arap
son. aged c;j ears.
JUTLAND TROTTING PARIC.
81,075.00 IN PREMIUMS.
Tlif following rr.KMicM.s will be trotted for on
IICTLAND TltevrTINt) PAItK,
WEDXF.SIUY, THURSDAY' AND
CHTciUKll ssd, 5S.I, ami '.'iti!, I'M,
W IIUMMIAV, KII!T HAL
1'in'se No. 1, $1W. for Horses Hint uue ii'-ti-r
bn.ilen s.f . l'lrst ni ; 2 1 T f o. and r.d, $10.
raise Xo. 2, fS.ti, lor horsns that hae never
be-iten 2:li'. I'hsl, 10o ; '.M, fro; sd. Me, mid
Tlll liSIUY, hKCO.SIl DAL
Kiiiiiiliicrltiiec, pui?e 115, and 10 o'clock a.m.,
open to nil liervs. l-'list, f .".'. ; Second, f2.'.,
.. ..I 'i hit'ii fir..
l'ui'.so No. ;:, HQ for all IIoi'.ses that have
i,m-(.i.iii-.iKn?-4i;..l'ir,l. f : a.t. tso : Bil. .
l'nr'e No. 'i. tai, for all Horses tlini Imje
nper beaten 2.157. 1 lrst, ?1C) : 2d, Mi : .".d, m, I
and lib, .'(.
HilDAV, TIllliH HAY.
Purse No. fi, ilfo, for all Kour jeur olds,
I'lr-i, M ; heeond, io, and 5i.
pt iisr. or ifin.o.,
dpi 11 lo all horse
l'lrst, jlr-o ; Seennil, iiw,
anil iniru, tw,
Tlie nbole. riiees will be mile heal ., three 111
IHel.i liarnes, oxcepl liiindnff race, and fo
emecl by the national lilies.
All horses eligible that have not beaten the
cilme lime prclnui to October 1st, lsia.
lloi-sesdlstnnelnr; the lli'ld will leceUe only
ai-sl money. ...
Horses will be called at 2 o'clock, sharp, each
day, except for innnhiK race. ,,.
All entries 10 bo addressed to .1. W.COOh,
Ilcrtvlck Hotel, Itutlnnd, Vt., on or beforo Mon
din, October soili, nt u r.M. Kntrles will pos
ltlU'ty close at that hour. Knlrnnco 10 per cent,
ot purse. Knur In enter, three to Html.
DMIssitriN .... mi cents.
CAitniAims 1 HKi:.
JOHN W. COOK, See. and Treas.
Kiitland, vt., Oct. 51, is;s. diw
Ol'IlltA HOl'SK lll.oiIK,
WA TIC INS OA D Y'
will comnieiiei. eloslng out their
immi'.ssi: viock or ci.otiiino,
rensismsn cje.on-., room and sunns, tkvnks
kch Mill VALINES,
Al I'usl and as said slock inust ail be clos
ed nut before Jnnuniy 1st, is7.
AVC l'ION SAI.U
kvrr.v sKiraniv i:knisc.
P. W, WATKINS. WM. P. CADY .
llutland, Oct. 11, 1ST3. 3lud3n.
MIE AUCTION" SALi:
Tu nceniiiniod'ite Ladles and ixn.ple from out of
tho Ullage, will be csnllnued
V.VKItY AFTEltSllON AND KVEN'ISd,
al 1 lie store, i .Merchants' Row,
This opportunity should not bo allowed to
pass unimproved. Iliese rykhIs will enst more
when this Minis dune. All kinds ot coods at
Trices cieally iviliiceil diiilm; the werlcal pri
e)EO. W. CHAIM.IN, .In.
L. limnv, Auctioneer.
Rutland, net. s. un. nctsuid.
TEW LINE. OF FALL GOODS,
LAIHI'.S' AMI (1EST-'
FINE HOOTS AND SHOES,
CAM. ANH SEE THEM.
O. W. ITRRIEK.
NO. II. MKIIt'UANTS' ROW, lU'TLASO.
MENS' KIP HOOTS. Whole Stock
. Hand made, M.N1. ot 'o, II Merchants'
; fl. w , Uliieillllli.
MENS' ItUHIiEIl HOOTS, Hought be.
fore tin- lute rise, $3.00, at
O. W. CURRIER'S.
No. c Meiclianls' Row.
I7Vi:HYI!ODY Should vl-it tho IVkiI
li and shem Emporium of
o. w. cntitiEit,
No. C, Merchants' Row, Rutland
niSTIUCT COURT OK TIIK
J l'nlled Ktates fnrlho District
In tho matter ot 1
mimon noktun, 'r in liaukriiplcy,
To the creditors of said liankriipt, unit all oth
cm whom It mav ronceru! The undcisltriicd
asslirueo of llio eslnto of said liankriipt heieliy
Klies notice that It haslieen ordered h the Jils.
trlctfouitofsaldlilstrlcl, that the second and
third general ineclln(?ot tho creditors of said
IMIlMlipi, UU Ilt'lU Ul lllll D.irUMl'U llUllie, 111
Itutlaiiil, In said District, on the vath day of
eicloher, A,l. lsta, at lei o'clock ii.ui.,heforo ,. !'
Lyman, lleclsler lu llankriiptcy, for the pui ro
ses named In the mm and 8th seel Ions of the
llanktupt Act, of March the lid, 1SS7, and this
Is also to Klo notice that 1 hae tiled my llnol
lieeouut, asasslKiieu of said liankriipt, nud that
at hald time and place, I shall apply to said
Court tor llio settlement of said account, and
for a dlscharffo from nil liability as assignee of
said estate, In accordance with the prinlslons
Dated nt Kull.ind, la said District, this 10th
day of eicioher, ltd!!.
octlSdid J. EPOUltTON, Assignee,
Il K A T It K 1) U C T I O X
The tfre.it excitement now prevailing In mil.
land Is, whern can n Man, Woman or Child et
1110 oesi, liuui niiui. iur luu nuiuiieo
HOOT oil Hliui: for the smallest
amount, of money,
Now. aureus ut Rutland and vicinity. I claim.
and do also state, that I can sell ou anything
usually kept In a Ilrst-clasa lloot nml Shoe Stole
ns cheap, or oven cheaper, than can be found
this side of iioston or New Vork maikeU.
II'. sj.-riea90 call hctorn puixhaslnir else
where, and 1 think that you will be convinced
(hefoio leaving) that tho nboo statement Is
correct. Yours respectfully,
W, I!. ROSS.
NOifi, Merchants' Row, Itutlamt, Vt
Storetformorly occupied by French narrowu. ,
From Kcw York.
New Y'okk Oot. 14
Steamships Cleveland from Mnhwn and
Vanguard from Labi tutor.
W. M. Wlilttemoi'n & Co., brokers, sus
FAII-fnE OF A TKA Fli!t.
Thcfiiiluio of Gillespie, Groiobrldge St
Co., tea dealers, is announced,
The Long Island Savings bank In Brook
lyn was robbed of n box coiitalng bonds
valued nt between fifty and seventy-five
thousand dollars, while the secietary and
cleik were nttcadlng to duties In another
pci lion of tnc bank. The loss falls on J,
II. Sceback the eleposllor. Th" thief was
TAMMANV AXI) AI'OI.IO,
After a lively discussion, the Apollo Hall
confeience committee this morning finally
deleinilned to claim the .supreme! court
judge and county clerkship, which was
made known to the Tammany committee.
A Joint confeience of half an hour took
place, when Apollo Hall was offeiedtho
nomination oftho justiceship of the su
preme and marine courts and one coroner.
After some consideration tho offer was de
clined. The German demoeiatic lcform,
association next walled on Tammany, and
asked lor the nomination of county cleik
and one coroner. Tills Tammany declined.
The Germans rellied for consideration, and
on reappeaiing said Ihey would be satisfied
with the nomination for the county ehik
slilp. This proposition Is under considera
tion, but up lo noon nothing decisive has
The weather is clear, wind soulhwesi,
The steamship Mass from Bremen.
HtK STOKKS mtAI..
In the Stokes trial the tenth jnior was
cibtaineil this moiiilng.
IMMIGRATION .STAT in If.-.
The Immigration to all paits ot the
United States during the pat year was
lOfi.at", nvalnst l(i.'l,0fi(! the previous
si-Ken; rnoM ht lairK.
Kilty Ihousaiid pounds In foielgu specie
was received nt tlie assay office tills morn.
Ing. This makes 11 total leeched to date
IlKII1 Fill! .MKMI'IIIS.
The tiro dcpailinent of this city forward
ed $500 yesterday by the Adams expiess to
the Memphis flrn 1 cliff association, and
will send more In a few days.
Patrick Brannigan, the notoi Ions gam
bler, who accumulated n f.nluue during
the war by bounty brokerage, shot himself
through the head yesterday mid afterward
Till: TAMMANV AND AI'OII.O HAI I. FIllllT.
The Sun says tlie Tammany leaders are
not inclined to tieat with Apollo Hall on
the terms which they offer. It ispiobablc
that they will icject the offer to-d.iy and
put a complete tic ket of ' their own In the
The suspension of the sugar firm of Liv
ingstone, Hiiilbiirt A' Co., is announced.
They expect toiesume shoitly. The 111 m
say under tlie present Mate f affairs they
could go on no longer. Xo one will lose a
dollar. The lepoiled li ibilltie--. of the llim
are H-finn.OOO ; assets, 1 1 ,000,000.
Washington, Oct. 1 1.
CUT. HAI.I.'H IlEAlll.
Second male Morton of the Polaris party,
In conversation with a friend, said be
should testify to nothing concerning Hie
causes of dipt. Hall's death, except what
Hall himself said. Whether Hall made
other statements In Men ton than be made
to others who have nlreuly testified, was
Then' has been much talk of presenting
a western man for tho position of sergeant-at-armsof
Ibe house of representatives, lmt
il lias not taken shape until recently, when
tlie name of Col. A. A. Mnrkland, super
intendent of mails for the notthwest, was
prominently brought forward, with ap
parent concert of notion by western mem
' I'osionin: iiKi'Ai:r.Mi;NT.
I A dispaleh snys tlie icport of the post.
master general will in tho main embody
tt 11 recommendation of Ids last rcpoit. lie
w ill renew his suggestions concerning the
postal telegraph, and wlll.picsent some ad
ditional statistics lelallvo to the working
of the system in Euiope. Hon. E 11 Wash,
bum, minister to France, lias notified llio
postolllco department that letters from this
country, although wholly prepaid, 'fire
charged with thirty cents additional post
age In France in case the woids"paldlo
destination" aie not stamped upon 'the
letters, and that, trjo, notwithstanding
letters me delivcied lo Franco by England
fully paid. Tho French authorities seize
upon the technical pietexlof the nbsende
of stamp lo disiegnrd the fact of full pay-me-nt.
The l'omeroy Shooliiig.
Wahiuniitox, Oct, 11.
Martin 1''. Conway, who attempted to
kill ex-Scnator l'omeroy last Saturday,
was arraigned bef.uo the police com t to
day, but waived an examination, when ho
was held to ball to answer beforo tho crimi
nal court for nsiult and battery, with In
tent to hill.
Fight ulthnSnbrc. ;
Nkw Yoiik, Oct. 1-1.
George ItooUe, pugilist and saloon Keep
er nt Newark, N, J., fatally wounded
Hichard llradshaw on tho head with n sn.
hie, lu a quarrel this morning, Hooko yas,
l'lllLADKU'llH, Ol't. 11. i
Ily the collision on the Pennsylvania
railroad, yesterday, near I'nlmyia, a Hie
man was killed and an engineer seriously
Injiircd, No passengers were hurt.
AVasiiinotox, Oct, 14.
The President ha tlgned the commission
of E. O. Graves as chief examiner of civil
War Df.partiiknt, Orncr. op tiis
Chi up Siokal Orncr.n, Wasiiin'oton,
D. C. Oct. 14, 183 H I?. M.
For c.lnesduy for the Middle and Fast
rtu stHle.s notthwest winds, breaking to
southwest and possibly southeast with
hlsher temperature and partly cloudy
Evangelical Alliance Visit the Piesldont.
Wajwinoio.n', Oct. 14.
Members of the Kvangellcal.Alllauce ar
lived here this afternoon nt 3 o'clock, and
weie welcomed by Governor Shepherd.
They proceeded lo the executive mansion,
whole they wero piescntetl to (he President
and members of the cabinet by Dr. Tif.
The Situation In Memphis,
.YlF.MI'HH, Oct. 11.
There was another frost lids morning,
slight, but still sulllclent to warrant the
hope of an e.uly abatement of the scourge.
Diligent Inquiry failed lo find a single new
case this morning,
Mrs, Dr. Coleman and child are reported
dead tills forenoon.
Everybody Is advised not to icturn to the
city too hastily, nt least not until after a
more marked abatement U manifest. It
cannot be considered sjfe until frost comes.
This Is the advice of physicians. Tho
Masonic relief board leport fifty-Blx cases
on their hands, the Odd Fellows about
foity, and ICnlghts of Pythias nine or ten.
The latter society havo exhausted their
treasury, and individual members aro fur
uishlng means and supplies.
Tlie foremen lepoit seven members .sick,
which, with members of their families,
makes sixteen or seventeen In all.
Contrilmlions from all sources aie ic
ported heaiier jesterday than nny pieiious
day dining tlie pieynlcnce of tlie epi
demlc, Orphans Uncared For.
Mb.mi'iiis, Oct. 14.
Fifty recently made orphans have been
sent to the Church Home near Ituutvti
station. Shelby county, In charge of the
Sisters of St. Mary ; but that institution re
polls ils inability to supply them with sub
sistence. An appeal Is made to the. eiti"
7cus ol Memphis to furnish cooked pro
lslons for their dinner to-day. The
Catholic Orphan Asylum lepoits that they
bine rooms for a number of orphans, but
nrc unable to feed and clothe them.
Boston, Oct 1 1.
The ear house: of the Eastern railroad
company hero was burned this morning.
Fourteen passenger cars were destroyed
and many more damaged.
Manciiestf.1i, X. II. Oct 14.
A new dwelling house and extensive
stables owned by David M. Taggait of
Goffstown, weie totally destroyed by fire
last night. It is supposed to lie the work
of an Incendiary. Loss on buildings
810,000; lusnicd. Seienteen blooded
hor.ses weie also burned, among them Keel
Hastings, an Abdallah stallion, valued at
yl'J.OOO. Taggait had refused to sell
cither of his Abdallah stock at any price.
The celebrated old stallion Abdallah was
the only horse .saved from the flamr. No
insurance on the stock.
President Grant ami the Finances.
N'nw Yoi:k, Oct. 1 1.
A letter fiom 1'ie.sident Grant to N. A.
Cowdeiy, of the Continental bank, is pub
lished to-night, in which lie says: "As to
the implied tlueat to the national banks
contained in the leller to Clallln it An
thony, niilhing was further from my mind
limn Unit. My whole object was
toiestoie confidence to the public mind,
and gho assurances thai tlie gocrnment
would ghe nil tlie aid in Its power, keep
Ing in view nt the same time the solvency
of tl(! national treasury." The lemalnder
of the letter conveys the same opinions re
l.ilUf of the effect of the late panic, to the
cuiii ney question, anil to specie payments
eon eyed in repoils and interviews with
the associated press agents recently.
For Memphis and Shicvepnrt.
Lot'isvii f.E, Oct. 14.
Sixteen thou-and dollars is the total
amount inNed heie lor the Slueveport and
llosiox, Ocl. .
ICslimate.s mailt' by the otllceis of the
Kaslern II, 11. place the lews liy (o-day's Hie
Ily llio Cable.
London, Oct. 14.
Tim bank rate was advanced to-day lu
conscinteiice of heavy orders for gold for
tlie United States, amounting In the agere
gale to :i,000,OfKI.
a vikw en: i-NfiKiTsTAii:'..
Jlr. William V. Haxtcr. )U in u pub
lie speech at Dundee last night, urged In
cirnsed intercourse with the United States.
Kvoy public man, he said, should ii"lttbl
1IIK I'.Mil.lST IIATTl.K.
Tlio Cai lists nssert that lu the battle of
the 0th lust. Ocn. Morioncs lost 000 men,
while their own loss was only .100.
VlKNNA, Oct. 1 t.
UIIKISH MINlnl Kll'h ltKI'OUl'.
Tho Turkish mlnistef of foreign affairs
receullyseut abroad u circular memoran
dum, giving a one-sldei account of an Au
triati consul's conduct In Uosnla, complain
ing of the leccptioti of Prince Milan of
Sal via In Vienna, Tlie Austrian govern-,
ment has taken offence (it this and a note
from tho V'orte, expressing regret at the
Issuo of tho memorandum Is lookeel for
with soini) anxiety, f ,
Itepenl of Slilpplngr Acl Asked.
Two pytltloiuj mo lieln eiirriilated fyr
Slguatuies, asking Congress to repeal thui
shipping act. One purpoits to be on be.
half of tho owners, mcrclinnts and masters
of American vessels, and prayers for the
repeal on the ground that their rights to
make private contracts should not by In
terfered with by the government.
Tho pthcr purports prpcccd.from mari
ners port, Now York. Both stato the gen
end objections to the bill which' have
alrendvbeennnbllshedr Until opponent
of the act, strong personal opposition Is.
manifested to Captain fouuean, who Is al.
leged to have Introduced and conducted the
j system wliu uu ejv m uu fiituiu ii"""'.'
The Election In Cincinnati.
CxNcrxrtATi, Oct. 14.
The vote Is icportcd light In the election
to-day, The day bil been fair and the
order good. Three tickets were la the
field with 19 candidates la oil, and out of
these arc made many composition tickets.
The Indications ore that there has been
There are CO wards and precincts la the
city ami county, and the countbig will be
difficult nnd the returns slow. Tho city
has been rcdlstrlcted Into wards since the
last gubcrnatoilal election which will make
a comparison by the wards, except on a
basis of tho vote for secrcrary of state last
N'rtir Yoiik, Oct. 14.
A dispatch from Denver, Col,, denies
that John O Heenan Is dead, lit he Is very
St. Joseph, Mo., Oct. 1L
Thc Jews here sent $500 to the Memphis
Deaths nt Memphis yesterday.
MEvtrms, Oct. 14.
From noon yesterday until noon to-day
there were 47 deaths la thLs city, of which
40 wero from yellow fever.
The Pennsylvania Election.
1 iiil&dkli-iiia, wci, i'i.
Tho greatest apathy prevails rcgareilng
Mm ntnlLn ...1.11. Ia tnl.. .,AMnl I
... i.ivi.uu, ,wiii.u in .viicu; iHugit-iiuug.
inenouuy returns ironi ino ptxw suow,
however, that the Itenubllcan ticket will
have about the usual maioritv. thotieb
there will lie a great falling off from the
vote of list year. Ju.hge Ludlow, the I)e
mncrntlc candidate for the supreme court,
runs ahead of his ticket, and yet nt 10
o'clock Judge Gordon, his Ilepubllcan op
ponent, bad a majoilty In the city wards of
4,102. The city reform ticket Is not doing
so well ns was expected, and will not alter
the usual result,
New Yor.k, Oct. 14.
Pennsylvania election leturns come in
slowly and much detached. Columbia
county gives a complete democratic major
ity 1400; Monroe county estimated 1200
democratic majority; Chester county re-
,i1dl,. l,t- o rol,lx1 mnlnrtlv. Aeldnnrl
' V ' J J
and Schuyler counties republican majority
and lepubllcnu gain. Three wards in
Beading give a democratic gain of 259. In
Forrest county the republican majority will
Small towns in Lebanon county leport
that the republicans gain four wnrels la
. ' . . . .. . .
Lancaster city. 1 lie rcDunucans gain aoo
:.,.. i ,i, . :.... 1.
.. ... .... n,.,,. uu....-
In Cumbcrlaud county the lepublican
,.;..:,-enn d m, i h,,v1a.l-I
are meagre ana unsatisiactory, cuieny 01
small towns or wards large of cities.
A 50,000 Libel Knit.
New Yoiik, Oct. 14.
.Indue McCuc of Urooklyn to-day brought
suit for $30,000 damages against Demns
Barnes, proprietor of the Brooklyn Argus,
for the publication of libellous statements
,1.'., i.uim. ,i ui, I
ILaiUlll IfM.IMlI.L 111 u.llll.VIIUII ......
the late defaulting city olllcials and Brook
lvn trust company. Barnes will be re
quired to furnish 20,000 bail to-morrow,
I.lTTii: Hock, Oct. 14.
Tlie grand chapter Hoyal Arch Masons
Si. ,,nui.l W Willimns
naniuei i . t imams
was elected u'rand IiIrIi priest. In the ses
sion of the grand council ot royal and sc
lect masters, Saturday, J. A. Stlnson was
elected grand master.
Bishop Tozt r in More Trouble.
New Yokk, Oct. 14.
ni.l..... T.. ...... ..-Itiu. tl.nl l.lu 1ltni 1, ..rrt
","'e ""' """ "'""wn ...
not Intended for publication, and he is nt a
. i i ....i... .. !... i... in.
loss to learn how they got into print. His-
bop C.mmings replies to these letters In a
pliarp t'nmmunlcation, fiaylug: "I deuy
most enipliaticrtlly that tho Dean of Canter-
burv or mvsi'lf hat violated the t'cclesiasti.
cal order of the church ot England or of
.t. l.noa.,f Pnl.mnnl rliurfli In tills
14H ' iJiiniik u .
country, ot nave omi guuiy u an nviin
San Kkascnco, f)ct. 14.
The San Francisco cadets arrived at
Saerami'iilo to-nishl fiom their eastern
ritK OKMION CONCIIIKssM vs.
Tlie dispatches from various sectlous of
Oregon to-night leport that the election for
routtrcssman passed (off quietly. A dls.
patch from Portland says Nesmith, Urn,
U inohahly elected by a small majority.
A HAD INDIAN.
Deictic, a notoriously bad Apache, has
left tlie Veide reservation, Aiionn, witli
one thousand followers. Oen. Crook has
cone to the reservation. He needs moro
troops, or all the Apachea may get back on
the war path.
A Foolish Scheme.
St. Lot-is, Oct. 14r
A gentleman whohaslivod in Chihuahua,
one of the northern states of Mexico,
many years, recently passed around here
on business, nud has communicated a grand
scheme for the conquest of noitlierii Met
Ico, embiaclng Chihuahua, Cahuhuala,
Newlon and Souora, and siibheemcnt an
nexation to the United States A number
of capitalists of this country and many
prominent nnd wealthy citizens of Mexico
are said to be connected wllu the scheme,
Trouble Among tlio Oranges.
NewYokk, Oct. 14.
A liostongiaiige, composed of grain and
commission im-rchauU, having lieenorilcicd
to disband by the grand master of the na
tional grange, on the ground that it was
not of farmers, tho grange havo. refused,
and propose to carry tho matter liefore the
national grange. The Boston grange re.
titles Its books and Initiates members,
using tliu passwords and grips of the order.
Washington, Oct. 14
The president tewlay Issued a proclama.
tion appointing November 27tb, for thanks,
glvlnu and prayer.
Tammany Judiciary Xominnlfbir?
New Tons, U.
The Tammany judiciary col. ention
made the following nominations to-night,
negotiation with the Apollo Hall .organ
lidtlon having fallen through : Two su
preme court Judgeships, Charles Donahue,
and R Lawrence. Two supeiior court
judgeships, Gilbert M Spear and II n An
dersein. Two marine court Judgeibips,
D McAdams and Henry Acker.
Saw York Mtorit nun Monet- junrlirl.
New Voiut, Oct, U
ThPrehas been moro or less excitement lu
Wall strict to-day, attended with a xrcat de
pression 011 the Stock Exchange, brought about
by, tho advance in the Bank of England rates.
and the additional banklrjf stock and mercan
tile failures, nnd she dlnlculty In procuring
money In largo .amounts on stock oollatcr..h.
Banks areeitcndlDgllttloorno assistance to
brokers, while foreign bankers are calling In
loans on stocks, and are nfuslnjto make nay
new loans. Thus, brokers generally havo to re
sort to sales to procure money In lnriro amounts
nnd It was these forced sales, which dragged
down tho market to-day. Bankers were bnyem
of exchange .and gold. Itumor says : lu obe-
dience to tin: orders from tho other sldr.. money
closed tlnally at l-lftss-ic.
urrcnuackfti,, ojfd premium,
Tho Customs receipts to-day luiwunted to
Treasury dlsbui-sornnts to-U nra.ou.itod to
Oold carrying rate3 at I-Jl
Clearings 3l$31 V millions ; 6s,or sterlloy.
The Assay ofllco to-day received to-day, total
u date, eaT,eg lbs. sterllug.
stocks arc very unsettled, liaMng a rressuro
1 .', a. iiiuui uuiuil, ,uc um, inuilldjl IU til"
decline of lao per cent. At the closo tlioro was
,,,ut a slight recovery 'from the extreme dppres-
nltfllt "'I" 1,1', IUHI M , it , I li lteillU Hill .III-
a,iart... .,. ori-Up,, .IpHInf 1V.IS In I ho
erh Union, which broke lrom V,y, tools;, and
rattled tool, dropped to w and closiJ al is
The following are the closluif .metatlons
t. H. 6s 'SI re'C 113
U.S. ds 'CJ coupon. 1US,-
t'. H. 6-ius 'nt it'it. io.
VI S. s-SOs 'Ci eoup.UHiS)
ls o-aos 'M coup. itsi;,
U. s.o-sos'os oiu..io;,
ti;n s-ius'fia nnw.ioi.
u.s o-2os'c; ttn.1;
U.S B-SOS'OS tllif
in s c cin
K.J. Central.. .
du. pruri'm-d. .
I'. W. A: w
u. tv uevv l'
U.S. 10-40S reg. . .104
U. H. 10-403 coupon. luo.Sj
currency 6s lea
DWanare and Huil- I
Alton and IVrii
Chicago v Alt.m.
son canal 10.1
OI1I0.V MIsiIssIddI. il
dc nref liUJa
uoi.,l.ick. & w est. m
Uoiuii, Hartford ,v
enstiiuaten toui 3.1
('. C. A' Indiana
C. li. A- If
ilnuulbiu K St. .lo-
Central I'aclilc. .. sr
I'nlon l'aullle To
til do. prorerred. i
Uostou W n t e r
WtllS, faOfO A C.O. 03
United Stiite Hx
New York Central
11. 11. I! saw
La. 01 new
ao preierreu.... w
North Carolina us. '-'O
South Carolina cs.. i
Do. snort ioj
Uuiou J"auinc 10
Lake snore K Jlhh
Illinois Central.... a:
Cleeland tc l'ltts-
. lirnff n Hll. Ill U
Xviv Yorlc I'riMlucu AInrKi'l.
Nkw Yokk, Oct K.
Cotton' Market Is mole nctlie, Vc lower.
closing Irregular. .Vdes '-'li: at in, for up
lands. ... . .
Flock. Receipi-s, 4,6T5uoi9. uie marKei is
heavy and n to soc lower. Holders arn gener
ally UlsposeU to realize moderate Inquiry, sales
111,610 ut a.su'no.yu lur suju'r isu'iii uuu .tlhil- ;
16.10 (C4S lur common 10 good KKtra western
u 00 W. so for commun to enolcu white wheal
ana stale ; t4afl.i 10 iur kuou to cnoiee un;
western extra; u Soto isu fur evmmou to
good extra onto; 6 40 ijlo ;o lor commun lo
choice evtru M. l.mils, tlie inarki't clolug
dun. . . ....
rvk r loch, 1 no marKei is .ini.-e an 1 uuu
at f I "Ota 3 so.
Coun .M EAu i nc marKei lor corn meai is
quiel at $3 10i 3 00 for estnin ; fa so
t4 to for Brundj wlne,
Wtiiskkv. Tlie imiiKci is iieuvj- aou Ufs.
Cldedly loner at 93c.
w 11KAT. neeeiiiis vui,vsi uu.11, ine iiiaih-i
In -l., In ..'Irl, II, TI,. Ol IllllMlfl- f,,t
export, hales of !iU4,w.o uuaiieH ut Jl sj?,i 32 tur
' sTllcasu ; l.iaj l ui -.suzuu., . ojjii v.
... . nr...,. s. rl. b,,ri,1L,. , , tQ
for 50 'i .Miuvaunes; i 4i iur .so. 1 uo-;
1.15 to t Co lor white western ;1MS to I 0,
for winter reu western ; i so 10 1 m iur uwu.
Rvb The market Is dull and nominal at 67M
OAKLKV. i uo marKei is unu wmi uur re
luest, closing, howcier, with hcureely so much
IisDosTtlon to operate. Males o,o.'0 bushels ut
s-rowed statu nt 1.30.
BAKLKV Malt. Tno market is quiet ana
sit aly. Sales of 3.ow hujUels ot western at
I ft 03.
coRN.-Recelpt.s 515,029 bushels. The market
Is heavy and ic lonei. hales ol ico.ooiDujlielsat
oswtDi; for steamer Western mlted ; 09 i.co
torMa,i ao.raxt for high nixed and Yeliuw
iuS" marUet U
heavy, amt lower. Wiles or 45,0 o biunels nt
4 (45o fur new wen tern mlM In siure:Mk.
for new do atlo.it ; 64 for olit ailout; W(a5U fur
'i-fij Ttn innrVnt Is (nnrlv nf 9? In fni1
f western ami CkhhI.x; S'c !. stt una
irtii LVI. fa,iiiai.l and Hrm nl flinlnpr ln.l
r ton for amppintr.
Sales of 1S,"3S nl 40r.5 ; Callfurnla's His ut M
Lkatusr. Tue market ia very uuu uuu un
settled Hemluck utile, Uuenos .yres, una llio
Urande, ntgii middles, and heavy weights at
ilvjwso; California do., 2a Si; Orinoco eU. at
kxh. u . . ,.
W OOU -Market 11 null uuu nuuyui wumn
change In price at 41; oalu It nuoied ntM1-,
Callfurnln sprinc al'ji ; the linlde price
uohkk JiarNei iiumi ami utiuiiii'mj iu.i,
Ulo at l.vclc. Stock ot Itlo tii.iej Oiifs
I A I I, E Y X P A IS M I'. N T F. It S
S I I. V K K S M I T II S .
We have tun largest and heal assortment ot
Watches ever offered In this mnrknt.
el e I, l) chains.
In large supply, embracing every tarlct o
style desirable for Ladles' or eientit-mens' near.
.1 K W K Ii It V ,
In rich ubimdaticc, and more comlug.
SILVKIl I'LATSD AND 8TSEI, 1011 TAULK CSB.
OurstncW Is large, and no sell nt low prices.
s 1 1, v i: it o o o d ,s .
SH.VKIl BI'OONS OK OUIt OWN MANCFAOIVnK.
ROOKItS' I1ROT1IEIW 1'L.VTED FORKS
Tea Sets, Castors, Sc., nit the 11,
8 1' OTACLUH
To nt those who cannot see well,
Anewthlnit without trarass. Vory duiDnthii.
Call and see for yourselTf a at
I1AII.EV AND PARMESTKRS',
It JlBBCnANTS' K0W, '
mEAS, from 60 cents to $l.7fi; nUo tresh
X Ground c of fee, ut
V 11. W. MARSHALL'S
mayld&wly corner of Grat a and Weal sts
OOK I1INUINQ. Wu an ready
to reeelye orders tor all vimls e,l V i rk.
OLOUE PAJ'fill CO,